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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING tho City Combined THE MOST EXTENSIVE In tfco Mountain Beriona SAM JUKE 25 1890 PRICE riVJE CENTS SILVER AGAIN THE TOPIC A Fair and Square Vote on Free Coinage ToDay THE HOUSE DECIDES TO DO SOMETHING The Coinage Committee Kccom inendM NonConcurrence With the Senate Vic ioiifi Attack on the Makes a Good Speech JTl SALT LAKE THIBUNK 117 Fourteenth Struct WASHINGTON D furiO 24 tSOO Silver Is up aulri Tim question could not bo Hmothorod in committoo or postponed by political ehSciinnry At S oclocic to morrow afternoon tlio Houso will bo Klvou an opportunity to take a falrand square voto on fro coinage and to judge whether It fa vors u n limited cofnaso or a compromise My dispatch lant night outlined tho prorummo adopted today People this mornltiK wore roadlnff the Asso clatod Press dispatches statinf that no ro port would bo rniulo by tho Coinage Commit tee unMl latrj In tho woulc at Uio very timo when the committee wore In session Tho mado by Hood and Mwlvinloy joined to the protests of tho froo Kopubll cans forced Contfor tocall lotfolhor his committee at 11 oclock Ten rnornbew worn present The question carno up first on a motion to concur in tho fieo ooinutfo amend ment It was flufojitcfl yoas Bland Wll llarns Hartlno and Carter nays Conger Wlekham Comstock Knapp Taylor and Wllcox Truey of Wow York who Is a ram part KOldbUK withhold his voto question was then put on noncon cuiTitiK In M0 Senate amendments Tho volo originally stood Confer Wlek Oornstoctc Knapp Taylor and Wllcox Bartino Cuifcor Klund Traoy arid Williams Then Knapp desiring to keep io 6ill In tho cornmlttOG and prevent a re ort changed his vote to the negative Tn dasiro to retain tho bill In committee Tracy was evidently In accord with Knapp Observing thac It would never do to iiavo tho hill burled fn oornmlttoo Hartlrio mado a proformal change of his voto from tho negative to the affirmative and tho amend ments nonconcurred In atd tho chair man was directed to make a report to that ofiect and for a conference The result was at oneo sent to Speaker Rood who called tlio Committee on Rules together and adopted a special order for tho immediate consideration of the Silver bill Under tho niicui nquuro vote will bo taken on OQUCurronce or nonootiourronco In tho Sonato amendments to tho ITouso bill Tho plan mob with the cordial approval of the froo coinage mou and tho rule was adopted without division In tho debute which followed Oortgor made a vicious attack on the Western free cohuigo advocates which was answered by TJartlnu Ih a spoeeh commended as ono ol tho strongest thus far delivered In Uto House Although ho spoke oiYhund ho met urnl successfully refuted almost ovory sturotypod goldbtig argument Ho do uouncod Congers charge of sordidnoss leveled against tho West and defended tho minors against tho charge of Wall street Tho vote tomorrow will bo full of i n tor OS t Tho advocates of conservative action aro confident that House will refuse to concur In tho Senate amendments They claim that not more than ten or fifteen Ko publicans will vote In favor of Croo coinage and twenty or twentyfive Democrats will voto against It The if roe coinage rnon aro not confident but desire to go on record and aro pleased that an opportunity will bo oilored Telegrams arc being sent to all absent members to bo present and there will bo a large voto oast and there Is some uncertainty as to tho notual result THE HOUSK D Coinage Cominitteo Koports niicl tfjo Debate llcopouod Juno tho Hottso Springer called attention to tho fact that the journal showed that tho Legisla tive Appropriation bill amended by the Senate had been referred to tho Appropri ations Committee without reference to tho House Tlosald that if anything was do cidoil in tho easo of tho Silver bill It was reference should bo mado In open and that the bill should have gone to the Commltteo of the Whole Tho Speaker said tho usual custom had boon followed that the record duly In forncil tho Houseof the reference aiul thorolorc tho journal approved A con fortnee was ordered on tho bill to tho customs collection dlstriotof IuiotSinnid McKliUoy Ilom tho Committee on Eulos oportod aresohitlon tluut House proceed to consider Silver bill with tho Senate aiuoniiJuents at 2 oclock tomorrow ihcnrovious niostloii tobeoonsidorod as or dered He demanded tho previous question adoption of the resolution which was vrfeelorod Twouty miuutes debate was allowed on either side Tho Democrats this action as an of the said thepu poaeo tho resolution wasto somiro defiuiu speedy notion upon tho subject of silver Ho sur nrisoO by oposltion from the other sldo that the Republicans would smother the Silver bill to pyovont Jogisla tioir today had jjlvou directrofutauon of that statement Tho Kopublieaus tuul brought the bill back almost at once Ihoy Jnvltwd the House to concur or uoueoucur in tho Senate amendments Tho order gave an opportunity o the free oolnapo men to voto for proposition It WHS the result tbut Die Kopubllcan side was after and poliUus that tho Democratic aide was Sprlnjsor tittlfl the KopubUoans had finally obliged to over to the Domooratle special rule was adopted without division Coinage Committee presented Its ro uort It roeominencled that tho House uonVonour fn each und all of the Senate aruoncUiients to the Silver bill Bland iMissourl moved that the House concuriii On these propositions tho debate V Conkeidefended tho aetlon of mttteo sayiiiR it had u wlso and conservative If the bitllion rp deuiption Ccaturo wove stricken the Governmentwas plaeeflin a positionof iiif j6lciantl Silver bullion and paying forit cohi for that was the purpose Learit iiproflt of a year to tho donutry It meant to the world Bring us i Woiir Silver will give you 30 per cent tof it thau you can get anywhere else Conger held that under tho terms of the bill sllvur and gold would be equally reach of all while if the Sonatobill tho country would be driven to a stiver basis Under tho terms of tho House bill sHver would appreciate Under tho terms of the Senate bill he believed Ibwomd not Mo asked if his colleagues could under stand the pressure that had been brought to boar by men Interested in silver speculation To secure silver legislation not only have paid lobbyists been plying their avocation here but various other means have been resorted toby the silver spoculstiorsto pro curu legislation Pool after pool been in this country by speculators Hundreds and hundreds of thousands were ready to purchase bullion as soon as this legislation should puss Those people were opposed to tlio Houso bill simply because if that bill passed they would have to trust to the market value of their product li the Free Coinage bill passed tlio Congress or tho United States would fix the value at 30 per cent above what silver was worth He hud been Invited time and again to join tho silver pools butas long as ho had a seat hero his voice should be raised in behalr or people of this country fur the laboring man for tho savings bank depositors for the old and starved soldiers of tho country In conclusion Conger said that if there was no sliver legislation tho responsibility would rust upon the advocates of froo coinage bor cause the delay up to this timo rostod largely upon their shoulders JUarul knew nothing about any lobby we had not seen it and had never heard of it If speculative pools had been organized they nilsht have boon founded upon a be lief In the passage of tho House bill because It opened tho door to tho widest specula tion One day there might bo ten millions In tho Treasury and the noxt not a million lie criticised tho Mouse bill in other re spects Ho was for Tree coinage but if he could not got It he would voto for tho bill if ho could got two provldr bu that tho notes outstanding should not to the cost price of bullion and another that tho notes should bo redeemed in coin This latter was Important in order that coinage should btv kopb up and tho bullion norstored In the Treasury simply as a commodity Townsoiifl of Colorado said free coinage was tho only way to secure a stable financial system but 1C ho could noc got fruo coinage ho wouUl voto for this bill as ollcritig a con siderable Improvement on tho present con dition n Tho question was further debated by Kerr 11111 Kelly Strublo Wheeler and llarliiio the latter stating that hefelt it his duty to voto for any measure that pointed in the direction of froo silver Adjourned Senate WASiihvflTOtf Juno conference report on tho Naval Appropriation hill was proseM ted uncl agreed to Tlio Senate proceeded to consideration of thu IostonicoAppropriatlon bill In to tho first amendmentof tho committee Increasing iiho item for mall depredations postollloo aim oxjorries from to Gorman spoko lii condemnation of tho GonorjilH plan for having additional detec tives to Inquire into such small mutters as whether the patrons of poslollloos are satis lied that the business of tho officeIs well performed whether tho postmaster em ploys members of his own family whether intoxicating liquors arc sold In tho post office building and other matters Ho ob to the proposition of tho Postmastor benoral to establish asystem such as ho suggested iu his statement before tho Houso Committee dividing the country into twentysix districts with achief detective for each district and with a corps of detec tives to bo used posting localities and getting in touch with the Ho Gorman did not want any PostmasterGeneral to have atoroo under him whoso avowed duty it might bo to circulate around among the nooplo ami got in touch with Senator Plumb also spoke against the amendment but it was agreed to as wore tho other committee amendments and tno TlKotmto then proceeded to consider the Diplomatic and Consular Appropriation bill The principal amendment rocommondcd by thoeommlttoo has already been given in those dispatches Senator Sherman from tho Oommlttoo on Foreign Eolations approved the increase in compensation for tho Minister to Turkey from to Agreed to Senator Edmunds moved to amendthe amondriiont relating to tho work on the international canal by inserting tho words Information In respect so as to make It read for tho payment of tho share of thrt United States of tlio preliminary survey for information In respect of tho intcrcon tlnoutal railway and said that ho made the motion so as to guard against any moral or Implied engagement to go on with this intoroontiiicntar railwayAgreed to All amendments having boon agreed to tho bill passed The Senate bills toadopt regulations for nruvontliig and in relation to collisions at sea woropassed These bills embody tho rules agreed to by tho International Marl timo Conference The conference report on tho Pensions Appropriation bill was presented and tho Senate roooclod from the only amendment notarranged In for tho of two additional pension tho Pension Appropriation bill now goes to the President The Senate then adjourned A BIG STRIKE Traffic Entirely Suspended on the Illinois Central CHICAGO Juno thousand freight conductors brakomon and the Illinois Central struck last night followed by throo hundred passenger trainmen tills morning Not a wheel isturning on tho road hero Everything is quiet The strike Is for tho discharge of an obnoxious super intendent Kussell and tho reinstatement of two minor officials Tho strikers this afternoon ordered all bctimhos of tlio road in Illinois Wisconsin and Iowa tied up It is said that not a wheelIs moving north of tho Ohio river Tho men insist ou tho dismissal of Super intendent Kussoll whoso jurisdiction ex tends overtheHnos in Illinois Iowa and Wisconsin They have many grievances Trainmasters wore discharged by him as mentionedin those dispatches lust night did not wish to be bold responsi ble for interfering with the United States mails or express matter and consequently attaehca a mall and express lino of tboNow Orleans mail train today The genoriilsnperiutendent however refused to starttho tialu until passenger coaches were attached and the strikers that ho at the companys risk General Manager Beck and General Superintendent Sullivan a conference with tho strikers this men determination noti return to woYlountil SuperintendentBussoll was dls iiiissed The only conclusion arrived was tho company would resist the mens demands Tho tieup will cause serious not only throughout a largo seotlou pf country both West and Soutlh suburban traffic of the llhltbdStates Trains run in arid put of the city few in thewarning until and are crowded All these whom live beyond cable car limits are now thrown upon their ownresources for but H is not this that will troubiothoicdm mercinl world To stop the freight tfaiRc of Central thousands v 4u Southern jMississippi rpni Kelley EMPOniv Republicans of tho Fourth Congressional District renomicated Harrison Vv I EVENTSINFUREIGrUHDS Sarah IJernhardt Falls JPlatonidly in Love With Sta THE JWDOW AYER AND HER PRINCE The Speaker of the House of Com mons Creates Duchess of Fife Was Dowries for French Girls LONDON Juno Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Edmund Yates cables the New York Tribune Mas sachusetts Is it seems to have it have its princess as well as Krisco Some years ago ono of tho bestkaowti and most eccentric inhabitants of Lowell was J C who realized a vast fortune by the a favorite specific Aydr died and two or three seasons ago his widow under the care of Mrs Bigolow dazzled all the worldwith the variation of her costumes and the brilliancy of the jewels she woro nt afternoon parties During tho present season the of her musical with a constella tion of great operatic stars engaged occasion has been tho talk of Paris now it seems Mrs Ayor has captured tho brother of the late Emperor1 of Russias wife and is to become tho Princess Bolgerouki before autumn is oypr A DUCHESS SUIIWHSED So entirely unlocked for was the recent illness of the Duchess of Fife that none of preparations for so Interesting an occasion had matured nor was the precise nature of her royal IJifjhnosss Illness comprehended by tho Tho jioighoors of tho Duke and Duchess at Sheen aro Mr and Mrs Frodorlck Wigfin of Oiiue Lawn and tho presence oC Mrs Wigan who by tho way is a sister of Mr Arthur Cecil was urgently requested at tho upper1 Sheen house whore her maternal experiences stood hi good stead Slip1 instantly sent a message for her own medical man Mr Marshall and any chanco of clanger was most happily UEUNHAllDaSILATONrC PASSION Sarah IJornhardf has fallen platonlcally in love with Henry M Stanley Being ques tioned as to hoc Infatuation she at once confessed to the feeling To her own words I fool a purely though in tenso for tho hero of Africa him tho greatest of adore him and have every photograph of him that has been published in every possible attitude I would jump at a chance to accompany him to tho heart ofAfrica iuul if ho would only ask me I would gladly go through all he has sullorod If ho goes I go Juno prefect of the9eino iuinouucos tiiat a sum oi money amounting to been bequeathed to the City of Paris by oiio PascalVavale thein terest of to bo used anniirffly to to young women from tho ages of 10 to 25 who must be of goodDepute and natives of Tho claims must be submitted to tho Mayor each yearboforo October 1st JiELlNnAIlKT TAKES AN OTHRDOSB LONDON Juno On going to her hotel from the theater last night Sarah unable to sloop decided to By mistake she took 120 grains were mouod and found her apparently dying After four hours of hard work she was pro nounced out pfdanger A SENSATION IN COMMONS In the Commons tonight Hoaly asked tho Speaker to rule whether there was any precedent for an earmark licensingfund Tho Speakers reply created a sensation He made along speech giv ing an opinion that there was no precedent for such a To allow an oarmarking license fundto accumulate as tho Goycrn meut proposed ho thought was a grave innovation which tho Bon so itself ought to decide upon The ruling was opposition ohoors j After further debate tho Ministers re i tired to discuss the Speakers I Lords Hartington ad vised the Cabinet to drop tho clauses No dolinito conclusion was arrived at but it is understoodthat Bitchio and Gosohcu recognised tho impossibility of retaining tho clauses arid will allow them to be dropped while retaining their On rotnrning to Houso Smith asked that further consideration of tho licensing bill bo postponed to give tho Government timeto consider the Speakersruling He promised a decision next A GERMAN ABMY BILJJ f BERLIN Juno a spirited debate in tho Beiohstac today over the Array bill Chancellor VonOaprivl declared the Federal Government wouldneither drop the bill nor accept an Fed Gov ernment could not curtail tho ser vice but ho was say that a much larger number of men would be placed on tho retired list HjJDINOIS They Nominate u Ticket and Adopt a Platform SrniNGFiHLD May The Republi can State Convention today nominated the following ticket Treasurer borgrChioago Superintendent of Public In struotion Dr Richard A Edwards the pre sent of the State University were also nominated j Tho platform renews declaration for a froo and honest ballot and count ommonds the ballot system by the next GcnerarAssernbly also tho bill now before Congress National and in regard to tr usts and combines whereby the price of is un justly combinations of men carriers therexpeuses car rying products of tho farm arc placed at such extortionate fiigures as tOsainount to a conuscatiqny6f both v Tho platform maintains that corppra or company should bopermitted to get moro than a reasonable per actual capitalinvested and sonablo to its and dividendsfon1 watered i stock aro V Tho Repxiblican platform of avprs theuse of gold and ayored the imiiortarico of theitemper qucstionis reeoghized v and and is cor d hilly as ioi thoHouso and LUJUoUIi V i of a ample of ac u nientary oQucatiou U as yywill for intelligent duties they Breach the the age ol but weare same time opposed with the right ofparents or guardians to educate their children matter where located and we favor an amendment of the existing compulsory edu cation law so as to the declara tion herein set forth also the repeal of sorauuh of as provides for public supervision over private j A WAR AT SPOKANE Warrants for tlie Arrest of City Council and Police ST PATTL June Spokane Falls special to says Aserious collision occurred today between the au thorities of Spokane the city of Spokane Falls growing out of the contest of two rival street railways for tracks on certain streets The City Council ordered the track of ono road torn up but it secured an injunction from the Supreme Court Nevertheless the city authorities went ahead and wore all arrested by a Sheriffs They gave bonds and returning found a largo force re hiyirig the track They would not desist The city authorities then arrestedthe Sheriff and all of his State warrants were then issued for the arrest of allthe members of the City Coun cil and police force and 250 DeputyShenlls were then sworn in Tomorrow is awaited with much anxiety as it is feared trouble may develop THE DAYS SPORT OCONNEB THE OAKSMASy CliAIMS A Cornell and Yalo Achieve livan Let Down and Ball Games PURVIS Juno John Sullivan pleaded guilty to prizefighting and was fined v OCONNOR CLAIMS TJCT STAKES STDNEV June oarsman who was beateiv by Stansbnry has protested against payment of the stakes to the lattor OConnor claims tlio race ou the ground that Stausbury took his water a quarter of a mile from tho start and afoul ensued The umpires deny that there was aC oul CORNKIiTj TTllKSHMEN VICTORIOUS NEW LONDON Yale ObrnellColumbia freshmans on this evening was won by Cornell Time Yale second time Columbia third timo YALE WINS A G AMI NEW HAVEN Juno Five thousand people witnessed the YaleHarvard cham pionship game today Yale wonby a score to 1 The SnEEpsnisAD BAY course threefourths of a won Harry second JPriscilla Timo Mermaid stakes threeyearold mile and ah Her Highness won Gloaming second Flora third Time and Folsom won Padisliah second Eon Coney Islandstakes mllo and Fircnxi won Princes Royal second Senorita third Time 1 Twoyearolds a mile Bolero Vagabond second Russell third Time Mile and a Brian Born Ran cocas second Yengonr third Time i5 AT WASHINGTON Juno Washington Park races Twoyearolds half Silver Charm won Woodford Pennyroyal third Maiden threeyearolds Longevity won Rock second Time 1 Lakeside stakes r five Esperanza Mary 0 third Time and upwards and a Robespierre won Business second Arundol third Time Tiiroofourths of a mile boats First TTnity won Vkletto second Reserve third Tinio Katie Unity second Bertha Time Katie S won Unity second Time The WesternAssociation S Kansas City SIOUX OITY 4 Sioux I Milwaukee 9 The Players Brotherhood The PittsburgBrotherhood toam won todays goodbatting the first inning At tcndance 2400 piUshitr 00 0 0 0 0 0 Pittsbnrg 7 6 Pittsburg 1 Philadelphia a and Carroll Builintou aud Cross Holbcit and Ferguson 1 The Brooklyns Brotherhood team played a miserable game tliis and were easily defeated 1000 3 i0 222 Chicago Brooklyn Chi cago 3 Brooklyn Baldwin Par sons Van andbaily Giiflneyaud Barries Lively the game for the iBoston Brotherhood club toVday Attendance 500 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 9 Boston 9 Cleve land 4 Boston none OBrien and Matthews and Leach The Bisons had game well in hand up tothe seventh through HitsBuffalo 12 Koy 4 New York aV Batter iesHaddock and Maolc Craue dnd Jones wonthe gamelthis af toraoon by heavy batting 3 rjL WYOMINGS Bill REACHED DtahsTwo Bciglifiors Will Both Gain Admission WORE IRRIGATION INVESTIGATES Appropriations for Arid Land Pur Substitute for theOriginal Package Bill Money for Public Notes WASHINGTON Juno Special to TRIB Consideration of the Territorial bills will probably begin tomorrOAV when tho Wyoming bill is expected to be taken up Governor Warren is here working earnestly for the measure which will pass Idaho will be the next in order and will secure her right without THE COINAGE COMMITTEE MEETS WASHINGTON June Associated Houso Committee on Coinage held a meeting today and took up tho Senate amendment to the Silver bill The commit tee decided by a vote of six to five to report nonconcurreneo in tho Senate amendments and toask tho House to order a conference Walker and Mitch ler wore absent from tho mooting c Tho House Committee on Rules has ar ranged to have a final voto taken in tho Houso at 2 oclock tomorrow upon the re port of tho Coinage Committee recommend ing nonconcurrence in the Senate amend ments to the Silver bill and requesting a conference AN OBIGINAIi PACKAGE SUBSTITUTE Tho ITouso Committee on Judioiury has prepared a substitute for tho original pack age bill broadening it so as to apply to all commodities us well as liquor It makes commodities taken from ono State to an other subject to tho laws of tho State in which taken but prohibits discrimination between articles brought iu and raised or manufactured in any State MONEY FOR IiAND SU11VEVTS Senator Alien from the Committee on Public Lands reported an amendment to bo proposed to the SundryCivil bill increasing to the appropriation for making sur veysof public lands in the States of Wash ington Montana arid North aud South Da kota IRRIGATION INVESTIGATIONS Senator Moodyreported today from the select Committee on Irrigation and Reclam ation of Arid Lands an amendment to the Sundry Civil bill makingan appropriation of to investigate the arid region of TJnitodStates for the purpose of discov ering to wbatextont they can bo redeemed by Also an amendment making au appropriation of to enable the Secretary of Agriculture to causesurveys and field examinations to be made to ascer tain the value of underflow waters for irri gation purposes region lying on the oasteriv slope of the Eocky Mountains Senator Paddock today reported a bill for tho protection of trees and undergrowth on public lands froxo destruction by firo THE SUGAR TRUST ILLEGAL volts in that State are baseless canards SAJT ANTONIO June Softer Gon zales t wealthy Tampico Mex ico arrived hero today and says the al Icsred revolution is nothing moreorlfiss than a bold attempt to organize a band ol bandits to commit robberyLast Friday they attacked a train near Monterey It carried a valuable load of bullion and was guarded by soldiers and in tho battle which ensued several bandius were killed Notwithstandinp Gonzalos s belief prevails hero that revo lutionary movements ire on foot UIC IIIU Boss Buckleys NEW YORK Juno flags and shields decorated the largo dining room at Delroonicos tonight where the many friends of Christopher A Buckley of San Francisco gathered in honor of the bridegroom Judge OBrien presided Mayor Grant SherilT Sickles ex Senator Thomas H Grudy Comptroller Myers and several California gentlemen were present Senator Hearst came from Washington to attend but was taken ill it his hotel Speech making was continued until a late hour Brooklyns Population NEW YOKK Juno Census Super visor estimates the population of Brooklyn at THE CASUALTY RECORD EXTENSIVE FOREST FIKES EAGIXGr IX COIOIIAOO Asiatic Cholera at Explosion on a Car ries Off a Captain and Mate A New York Court Deals tbe Mon opoly a Heavy Blow AxBAsry Juno decision of the Court of Appeals in the case of tho People vs the North Biver Sugar Refinery Com by Judge Finch was handed down today It says A judgment is sought against defendant to dissolve the corporation The State which created asks us to destroy and the penalty invoked represents the extreme vigor of tho law Two questions are open before us First has tho defendant corporation exceeded or abused its powers and second does that excess or abuse threaten or harmtho pub lic welfare We it has become an integral part of an element of combination which possesses it absolute control and dictates tho extent and manner arid terms of its entire business activity The has lost the power tomake a dividend and is compelled to pay over its net earnings to tlio master whose servant it has become Under the order of that master it to refine sugar and by as muchhas lessened the supplyupon It cannot stir unless its master approves and yet it is en titled to receive from the earnings of other refineries amassed as profits iu the treasury of the board its proportionate division among its ers who now own substitutecertificates In for advantage it has be come liable to be mortgaged not for its in corporate benefit alone but to supply with funds thecontrolling board when1 that board reaches out for other coveted refineries All ot this is admittedby the The decision further considering of the trust says defendant absorbed by re fusing to register or recognize th e illegal transferof They should have ap peailedto the law thus shatter ingthe trust at the outset Tho question to be deter minedis whether tbo conduct of defendant in actiiig to forjn a trustwas Illegal In all points been reviewed it is found that the corporation was doing the injury the State which compeisv a reservation rights Droved unfaithful to its present puts upon the inarlcet its capitalstock proudly actual values and capa It is one thing for the State to respect ship and to ties corporations combine and mass their forces with little capital already miwithout open to combinations of The State I poncliiding the cor pbrate a ter d i im pprtan t to j uiti f y j u dgnientof disolu W vthcreS can istahti al svf 1 nu NEW YORK June Dispatch Francisco Chronicle German barKvJ C which arrived at this port 127 days out from Maccazar to day came in undcrcommaiid of tho second mate Herman Sprcca a young German 27 years of ago Both tho captain and tho first mate had died and been buried at sea and SprCfia was the only man among a crew of sixteen who was up in navigation and since ho has not slept at all The bark was originally commanded by Captain J C Warns He died of known beriberi common to sailors in coffee ships on 20th and was buried the Soon after the first ofiicer Henry Holtmanns was stricken with tho same disease make matters worse it was found medicine chest was empty Passing vessels were signaled and medicine asked for but none had any to spare and on Juno 10th death ended the suf ferings of the stricken man EXPLOSION ON A YACHT June pipe in the boiler of J Addiolcs steam yacht Now Then burst today while tbo boat was steaming off The flame from tho furnace was forced out the fireroom severely burning the chief ongineev John Andrews the assistant engineer and Srank Johnson the fireman TN NAPM3S Kojna June cholera is rapidly becoming an epidemic in Naples The that twothirds of tho city will be nulled down and the en tire sewerage system revolutionized to pre vent a constant return of the scourge FOREST JTIKISS IN COLORADO BOULDER Frank a commercial traveler left this place for Ward a big mining camp ninety miles dis tant yesterday but returned on the advice of teamsters driving down from that camp Several of them with hairbreadth escapes in passing through the flames of burning woods thorn even ex hibited his badlyburned blankets as testi mony to theclose shave ho had undergone For two or three days tho woods have been on fire and on Sunday a great deal of difficulty was experienced in fighting the flames away from tho immense shaft houses of the Miwotmining company of which ex Senator Tabdrispresident and it was that the of Ward with of residences business houses and shaft houses would bo swept away The story of the three teamsters is con firmatory of a suspicion that the firo would take a course down toward the lelt hand where a costly Boston mill is being built and other enterprises stand The griv est apprehensions exist at tho present mo ment There are great mining enterprises at Ward six concentratingmills expensive mining plants several residences and tho little hamlet is now an active scene of mining lif3 Seven hundred cords of lire wood was burned yesterday and it is feared that much other has been destroyed in that neighborhood The total loss cannot be estimated at present as the owing to the warm and dry it is impossible even to predict how the names will travel before they are BTJlirUD JfTNERS DUNHAM If June report that the rescuers had broken into the Hill Farm mine this morning was1 false The report arose from the fact that party had broken through a heavy gap into a small opening made by a woman under whose land the coal of this mine was named The rescuers areworking hard will probably get into during the early morning AlHiopesoffinding the men alive are abandoned THttEE CHILDRES DROWNED children of John Kujawa living at Bedford seven miles north of were drownedin the Straight rivOT Six Hundred Of the Boys1 Meet at to About Statein at Odd Fel lows Hall of attending the ProtectverAsspcia tb order at 10 oclock andMayor itoridbner addressed the Avelcpmiiifr Colorado ana v President Trbun replied in Ivnights y conciusibri of thispart of the progranime th eVp resldea announced cb nVmitteesi after little busl ni in morn The Terrible Fate of an Omaba Traveling Man A COWBOY FRACAS IN WYOMING A Murderer Draws the Color Line at His Wouldnt Be Hung With Negroes Another Kewiinlcr Decision OMAHA July David Moore an Omaha traveling man well known all over tho West was foully mur dered last nightat Ottawa 111 It seems that a gang of very tough people there Charles Ford and his wife Kit Ford a woman named Wenderling Andrew Worsen and John OBrien deliberately planned to kill and rob tho man His body was found in Allen Park with the head ppuncied into a shapeless mass Tho Instrument used was a car coupling pin Moore represented the T B Scott Lum ber Company of Met rill and has lived hero about ono Hif wife and son of 20 are prostrated over the news A COWBOY CHEYENNE Juno to Tuni Von Borken a cowboy was found on the Horse Creek range this after noon by a roundup party unconscious and with his head badly battered The wounds were produced by a stone A horseherder soon appeared and said that while riding together ho and Ton Bcrken had quarreled and fought He unhorsed tho German who landed bendfirst on a cowboys threatened tho victorious scrapper with vio lence and he fled but officers areon his trail Von Berkeu Is in tho hospitalhere and can SARATOGA Court of Appeals this morning affirmed tho decision courts below that the warden of Auburn prison was the proper person toexecute Kemmler THE COLOR LINE AT A June Harris E4 Carr Harry Ballard colored Brenish white were hanged this morning tho colored murderers together and the white man alone as Brenish objected to be ing hanged with tlio negroes Tho blacks exhibited no signs of fear All confessed and said they had made their peace with The necks of all three were broken Brenish supported by a walked andJialf staggered drop He was stupefied with whisky and exhibited no concern Hisneck broken Brenish Harris and Carr theirwives Ballard killed a streetcar conductor The first two attempted suicide by cutting theiir throats LYNCHED THE BRUTE rape a twelveyearold was tonight taken fromjail and hanged SliOTLED THE FAMILY KANSAS CITY Juno Tinws special from Gates Centre Kansas says family feud ended today in a bloody tragedy For several years A E Coe and his two brothers inlaw Nathanieland Adrian Angling who had farms adjoining his kept upa family feud the origin of which is unknown This morning Coo went into a field where Nathaniel was working and shot him dead He then opened firo Adrian and shattered his arm leaving him for dead He returned home and shot his wife dead Then he sent a bullet throuch his own head dying instantly The Coroner is investigating THE NATIONS SUN1AY Twelve Delegates a Convention at Pittsburjj June International Sunday School Annual Convention morning 1200 delegates being present from all the States and Territories and Prpviacer of Canada including all eyangeiicaldehbm iuations At the afternoon session Reynolds spoke at length of the work in the fjcld New instead of being tho fold from which tho great West draws its missionary supplies is a missionary field itself The vast number of fug iu has created a demand that never ex isted before for missionaries right in the heart of New England In the South both white and colored people are interested and great work is being done Inthe West and Northwest so far asSun day schools are concerned noStates in tho Union arc better supplied Although the organisations aro weak they are improving and the outlook in the West is glorious Summing tip snid all this great country the Sunday school work is in a more prosperous condition than pie are droppixig denominational prejudices more and more that if country is over to be saved tlie Sunday schools must be the and not only Christian but thinking men of all classes aro to tliis institution astlie main staff of our nation Major of Alabama was then elected president and other officers The NEii YORK June Francisco Long Island Sound is on scene of aV remarkable cruiser test in the hope as do her made twenty liooti in been Ji rllClfiOS tO ever seen on and 7 has v   

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