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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah i 1 THE MOST EXTENSIVE CIRCULATION EXCEEDING In the Mountain PRICE FIVE CENTS 230 BY ONLY SEVENTEEN VOTES Free Coinage Defeated by a Very Slim Majority GORMANS CUTE GAME IS SPOILED on tho Floor of the HouseA Conference Requested ami liberal Silver Legislation As The Prewideat Is Elated SALT LAKK TRmxrxE 517 Fourteenth Street WASHINGTON 0 June 25 1800 Frco and unlimited coinage has for tho second timo failed In tho Houao of Repre sentatives Tho majority against it this afternoon was aovontooa The proposition carno up in tho form of a motion to non concur In tho amend men is to tho Wlndorn bill tho principle of which was frco coinage A few minutes before a voto was taken Ib was foarodby many who conscientiously bollovod that It would bo Injurious to the bent in terests of tho country to have froo and un limited coinage that tho motion to non concur would as tho Democrats worO cxcttlng thonwolvoa with groat vehemence to got all of their members in line and voto solidly against tho committees proposition It was argued by Mr other Democrats that thhs would bo a good oppor tunity for tho Domocrata to make a political point that tho Irealdeno would voto a froo coinage bill and knowing this tho mono rnotallists from tho East would bo justified in voting for frco coinage against tho wishes of their constituents because they ran no of making it possible for tho proposition to become a law Tho limited coinage Democrats would not be Kiddwl and drawn into such a sohorno and so they voted for nonconcur rence In tho Sonato amendment About an equal nnrnboi of Kopubliciius voted against nonoonourrouco flo as far as tlio parties wero concerned tho break of tho antlfroo oolnaso DomocratH was but a standoff to tho Kopublleans who voted for froo coinage Thoro was tho largest vote cast upon this proposition that has boon developed for some 287 out of tho mombora being ro corlod as voting Thoro was a very porcoptlvo agitation on both sides of tho rfouHoan the roll was being called upon the first ago A number of Sonfttora from both sides of tho Chamber woro on tho floor of tho House urging their to stand to their convictions Thoro was but one aye and nay voto taken upon tho quoallon of concurrence in tho Sonato amomlmonlfor froo coinage Tho ofchor votes woro vlctt as It became ap parcnbthafcthoanMfroo oolnago men had a firm majority of sovonboon Tho froo oolnago men in both Rouses have flvon up tho oontoat ItIs oonoodod that thoOonforonco Oommlttuo will agroa to a bill provided for tho coinage of or 4 oimooH of silver bullion which will bo made a full logal tender lor public and private debts This In acooptod by nearly all tho frco coinage men as satisfactory and Itlsbolloved that it will nobonly satisfy tho silver producing States bub glvo the most gonoral satisfaction to liberal silvor rnon In every section of the country Now that the light Is over tho Democrats are frankly admitting that tho party could novor have polled as many votes as li did tor unlimited oolnago unlosH there had boon an assurance of a rroaidentlal veto facing such a tuoas uro Tho stand of tho Democrats In tho Sonato and Houso was through Sen ator Gormans Inflnouco Senator Gorman is stolidly opposed to free coinage but ho gathered his associates together and out lined his plan foe putting tho Republicans In a hoio IE froo coinage passes Oou aftld Senator It will bo vetoed and the Administration must stand tho op probrium In tho West If it fall against a united Democracy tho Republican party must shoulder tho responsibility Wo cun goboforo our Eastern frlonds and show clearly that our voto was simply a political in which wo took no chances whatever in the West wo can show a Democratic record for froo It was a political game of heads I win tails you In tho faoo of all tho four years inaction of tho Democratic party on tho silver question when it was in powor its platform silence on the issue and tho known opposition of Cleveland to any silver legis lation tho porformiinoo of tho Democrats during tho struggle has boon nothing but a roaring farce Kvory Republican west of tho Missouri river McKonna and Vando ver of California and Wilson of Washing ton oxcoptod voted for absolute froo coin ago Tho Kansas aud Nebraska voted solidly for tho Senate amendments Townsoud Eartino and Carter Do Tlavoi and Morrow and Hermann put themselves on record A score of Republicans farther east headed by Iayson voted for a more conservative bill because they desired Ub oral allvor legislation which could bo promptly ormoted Into a law Thoro is a general feeling of relief mani fested tonight President Harrison wll1 sign any bill agreed upon In conference It just to him to say that ho has stead ily urgofl silver legislation and that ho cheerfully conceded tho bullion redemption Mature when tho silver mou explained to him its bearing Ho has had repeated con ferences with Speaker Roccl Major MoKin loy of Illinois In which ho in sisted that there must and Jibora action at tho curliest poss iblo moment anf that ho would not permit Congress tjo ad lonrn until a fair voto had been granted 01 tho bill Is greatly grablflcd tonight at tho certainty of tho near re habilitation of silver THE the The Silver Bill Sent Back to Senate WAsntNOTOX Juno tho House Boutcllo presented tbo conference report ou the Naval Appropriation bill and Insisted on its notwithstanding thB objection of island that ho was thereby con suming the short timo remaining or debate on the Silver Bciitollo maclpa short the the ugreemenfc confer on co and called for tho previous question which was yeas nays and the conference report was adopted i un motion of Conger the Silver bill was extended till 3 i Morae took the floor in support pi tho House bill and in opposition to the Sen ate bill Tho debate was continued by Taylor Outcheon Dunnoll Williams and others iUcKiiuey in closing the dobato said tnat he wanted the uso of both metals to con tinue and to stand side by side equal in purchasing power and logal tender quality Tho who favored the Senate irnendrnents wanted silver to do all of the vork Whatever we had for money in this ountry must bo equal in purchasing power ind legal tender quality whether gold lapcr or silver dollars each redeemable In ho otliur and each exchangeable for the Other and each of equal value Tho hour of 3 having arrived Conger novcd voting begin Klrtiid moved that the Ifouse concur in tlio ariiondinCiilS that separate votes bo itd onoaoh section voto Jakon was on tho proposl Um to concur In in the first section of tho Senate bill providing free colnago of silver ho coins to be full legal tender in place of Iu first section of tlio House bill providing or the coinage of worth of silver or month Blands motion was ido HTbVioUow1ng Republicans voted with tho cmocrats In favor of the frco co nago Barthic Carter Uonuoil Do iavon Kunston Olnord lloi nann Kolloy Laws Morrow Vwklns Post Smith Townsond iuruor Williams Vowy Anderson Owon Wade Mor Th7 following Democrats voted with the tapuoilcans to nonconeur Aiidrows Juokaicw Campbell Clancy Coyort Dunphy Dargan Flower Golssenhairier McAdoo Mutchlcr ONeill Qulrtn Splnola Tracy Turner N Vaux Wiley Wilcox Rusk Tho pairs wero Atkinson W and Pholans McOormick arid Morgan Nuto and McCarthy Brown and Outhwa to Plckler uid Htaljlnuokor Walker and Wike Jiandall and Clunlo Osborneatid Wheeler and Burrows Dal andMartin Roy and Hooker J f Tyler and Price Thompson and bonoy Rockwell and Rogers Clark Walker Cooper Ohio and D bblo Buchanan N and Lawlor Wickham ahd Goisonhainer and lodor Spdiigor withdrew his request for a sep arate voto on each section and tho by a rising voto nonconcurred In all the remaining Sonato amendments Tho bill now goes hack to tho Synato with a request that it appoint a contoronco comniIttoe WESTERN SLATESMASHERS FOUR MORE STATE TICKETS Pennsylvania Republicans Nominate Delamater for Governor THEY DEMAND SILVER LEGISLATION OF FAR W13ST FAIR COBIMISSlONlfiBS They Bocognltlon in tlio Dtvl Hiun of Kovadii Mtm Makes a Good Spoocli OUICAOO Juno a general moot ing of tho various Worlds Fair Commis sioners this evening a conference was called for the Western and Pacific Coast delegates Tho mooting was called to order by Patrick Salt Lake who nominated M IP DoYoungofSHU for chairman Mr and Mark McDonald of San Francisco was unanimously elected to tho otHco F J V Skill of Colorado was elected secretary A number of speeches woro made the gen eral tonor of which wero that tho extreme Wust desired representation among the otllccrs to be also upon the oxooiitlvo committee Tho general 1m nrosslon was that somo slate had boon pre pared and If such was tho case tho desire was to combine together to break It A very able speech was made by J W ITamcs of Nevada who said that ho had reason to bollovo that there was not any slato aud no necessity existed for anv comblno ITalnos said ho thought alfwerohoroln tho Intorosf of tho whole country and did not think tlio Chicago pco pio desired or would have tho principal olll cors oC tho Commission He thought the Chicago people having secured the location for tho fair would consider that as and honor enough If tho presidency was given tho oxtromo TCast by tho election of Donow then tlui Pacilks Coast should have tho vlooproskluiioy and tho South tho soo retaryshlp llalnes saicl ho folt oonllclont that there would bo equal representation given to all sections oftho country on the committee A resolution was thenoffered that this conference bo confined to delegates west of tho Missouri river which was adopted unan imously A resolution was then offered by Skill that a committee bo appointed to have full charge other delegates into tho conCoronfe and such Invitation rest with that committee This resolution was adopted Mr DoYoung was elected chairman ot that committee ThoChair then appointed two additional members Hon T B hullene of Missouri aud Governor D B To LIU of i Tho mooting then THE CASUALTY 111HOORD Collapse or a Foot Colo ratio Fires Tiuio footbridge leadinp from tho steamer to tho landing stage at St Joan collapsed this morning Hundreds woro thrown Into tho sea Seven bodies have been recovered Many persons are still missing THB COTjOKADO VIRTSS DOVISH telegraphic receiptsToooived hero it would seem that a croat portion of tho Sangre do Crlsto Range In Colorado and Now In flames A special from Espanola Now Mexico says Tho valley is frood by smoke from tho burn ing mountains oast of Espauola The fire extends over twenty mllos up and down the and makes a beautiful and weird ap poarancu Tho iires have been burning foi several days now aud no attempt has beoi made to extinguish it Tho loss will bo Juno forest flro hloh has boon burning in Crook Creek district tho pust few days is still o roiich It took a southwest course up wha1 is known as Grass canon It is burning a a furious rato and has at present destroyed acres of young timber Charles 1 Williams proprietor of the Palmer Lako Park received a tologram from Govornoi Cooper last evening stating that lie had or dorod tho forces of the Commissionerto give tho flro fmmoaiato attention but has so far done nothing As in these dispatches last most serious fire is near Boulder No additional news is rocolved from there today This Makes Galifprnians Smile NEW YORK Juno Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Series Boss Buckleys banquet lust reply to a brief eulogy prpnouuced on said that ho was no tough plain busi ness nian and in politics actodin a business way In fact he preferred to bo deemed man of than Congrossiuan Wlunio Ispoke tno home of his manhood and Vas proud of theillustrious tho groat Empire State Cassldy and other great men of California claimed New State as a The speaker said ork Democracy brtter toy the of Buckl6y Itof Buckleys Some Republicans Nominate a Ticket and Favor the Coinage oiAll Amer icanSilver Conven tions iu Minnesota and Maine HAnniSBtrnq June Immense jrowd gathered at the opening of the lie publican State Convention this morning It ook tho entire police the outsiders from breaking down the doors to lotlnto tho hall They were mostly ad nirents of and Hastings who with Montleth are theleading candidates for nomination for Governor George b Graham was made temporary chairman Oonimlttces were appointed and a recess On reassembling Walter of Alle was made permanent chairman and liftersome recess was luLlCd The convention reassembled u t 2 p m and the on Platform reported The report was adopted Tho platforjn adopted expresses gratitude to Ohalrrnau Quay of the National Commit tee for services in the last Presidential It indorses the Mc Kinley Tariff bill requests a strict onforce mcutoftho laws forbidding entrance into the country of foreign paupers and corn tract laborers It continues hostile to monoiuotalllsm whothor or silver and earnestly favors the use of both as coin mutals Tho Kcpublican party of Pennsyl vania by tho Cori gress now in session of such legislation as will while securing the fullest use of silver money most certainly secure and maintain a parity between motuls The platform heartilyendorses Harrison s administration commends the course of Speaker Koed and congratulates him Tho following gentlemen wero nominated for Governor G W Delamater r General General Osborno Major Moutieth Gliarles W Stone and Henry Chiy McCor mick Delamater secured a largo on tho soeond ballot nomination was made unanimous E M Watics of Laclcawanna was nom inated for LioutcuiantGovernor and Thomas J SLowart venominated by acclamation for Secretary of State GonofalMastlnga was elected Chairman ofthoStato lie clocllnlng the position William II Andrews was selected and the convention adjourned THE IOWA CONVENTION State OoTivontibn mot formed a temporary organization appointed committees aud took a recess Tho was nominated Secretary of Auditor J A Lyons son Supreme Judge J H llothrpok tornoyGenoral Tohn W Stone Railroad nominated rcaflirms devotion to the principles of the Republican heartily endorses tion evidorscs the protection principle favors such expansionof currency as will moot the growing demands of the In crease in population and trade and offset tho contraction resulting from the continual withdrawal of National bank notes To this end itfavors such legislation as will as money tho entire silvor product of our mines and such laws as will aid in the ulti mate unrestricted use ol both the precious rnotals as money Tlio favors liberal pensions demands a free ballot au and suppression of trusts aud like combines On tho temperance qnostion It declares against a compromise with the saloon and stands by tho people of the State in their hostility to Its spread and power calling upon Congress to protect tho powers of the States A PROHIBITION ST PAUL June Prohibition State convention today nominated tho ticket Governor Pinkham Minneapo lis J O Barrett Secretary of State Hllladow Kandi B Frost Ramsey Au ditor 6 L county Attor neyGeneral Robert Taylor Dodge county Clerk of the W E Dean Lincoln county MAINES PROHIBITION CANDIDATB PbracDAND Juno Prohibition State Convcnttonatpdaynomiuated Aaron Clark of Buxton for THE RAILWAY STKIKE It Extends to Up Traftic CHICAGO Juno in tho situation on the Illinois Central Every thing is tied up arrived this morning to demand the dzs of the superintendent of division The chiefoil of Trainmen declines strike Much There is clangor thatthostriko will spread to other The Big Four road which has atrackage arrangement with nois Central finding to get freight into the arrangements with tho Chicago Eastprn pecting that the doing the thoEustprn Illinois men re fused to handte oars Th s has caused anotherblock on the Illinois Central tracks quantities of fruits anclborrics are sidetracked at various points and are fast The officials of theroad have issued sell these goods out as possible A committeeof trainmen roads Ohicago Milwaukee St Paul and Chicaso Sti Paul Kansas strike general troublejis settled Superintondeut was formerly these roads and they say he obnoxious that ho was forcedoil1 of those lines ST hundred arid fifty men struckat Bast for an perishaolo froigh is tiedup A hisif beautiful arrivaVhere he stind dollars m Thciliiexfcinbrnr the bVb nearly n Ait that he could not live with her any onger and that this must part them for ver Instructions were given for her to sell he furniture and buyra ticket for New York After returning to that city she vouId find at the bouse of a mutual friend i ticket to France left for Yorktoday Her husbands interest nthe cafS isiworth SnOOO and the cause ol iis disappearance Is a mystery INGEBSOLL ON KEVISION The Christians Are Being Beformed by the Intldels EOCHESTER June Dis Francisco Chronicle Jolonol Robert G Ingorsoll yrholis Iu town ias been interviewed by a reporter In xnswer to tho question What do you hink of the revision of the Westminister rood5 Ingersoil said think tbat tho intelligence ana norality of the age demandrevision Ihe Vestminlster creed Is infamous It makes 3od an inlinito monster and most ulsbrablc of beings That creed has maue Millions insane It has furrowed countless cheeks with tears Under its influence the sentiments and sympathies of the heart lave It was produced by those vho were sulieririg with petrificatloaof thy heart and putroUcation of the braia The clvllkud tresbytcriaus do not The intolligeut clorgy neii will notpreach it arid all good men who understand it hold it in abhorrence It ives me groat joy to know that the liurohes are getting bettor that they are growing more and more humane that they do net really hate allforms of joy Tho nfldels are reforming the Christians teach ng them to be generous intelloccual lospitable and After ail happiness is the only good and ihetime to behappy is now and the place o be happy is here The Christians owe a debt of gratitude to Huxley Voltaire Diderot Hume Hum bold t anviii aridmany ubiicrs These great men helped to destroy the awful fears of the ghosts and devils of orthodox religion Yes the creeds must be revised or tlio churches will bo A Freight Ageut Fined CHICAGO Juno States Judge Blodgett a decision iu the case against certain executive officers of the Michigan Central for violation of the Inter state Commerce law AH were discharged except oxAssistant General Kreighl Agent Street who was lined S3000 and given sixty days to pay it THEIEXIGAN TROUBLE THE MISCHIEF CAUSED BY A Olf CONGKES8 Dont Care to Made President for lUassingr Troops on the frontier CITY Ofi1 MEXICO Dis Francisco Qhromclt There seems to be no that the Mexican Government fearsome au uprising1and there are tional ailoat in coJinectiun none of them canbe traced to a source sufliclohtly authentic to warrant refutatibul What gives cojor to the belief that the appreheuds danger isthe fact that troops are being massed on the frontier It will be remem bered thatit was on this frontier that the resolution had its birth Diaz president The Diaz Govern me is however strong enough to nip in tho bud any revolution Charges have been made against some three or more men under the United States neutrality laws and their arrest are how in thehands of the United Spates onicials It is mostreasonable to suppose that there aretobe some very sen sational days that will assume an international character and the DJan Government whileit has nothing to fear is only acting to preserve P Theenemiesof Diazsay the law recently passed by the Mexican Congress making it possible atthe to elect Diaz president for Hfo will result in his assassinationand a revolution They say that some of the Governors ofthe States o the Mexican boldly that if Congress can pass alawmaking it possible to bo president for their ought also to make their tenure of office for life There isr no doubt that the law has occasioned considerable unrest in Mexico The originators of the outbreak are said to make their headquarters agents of the Mexican Government have been there for Several the men Warrants issued for Luis Sordonal and about fifty others The fugitives are saidto bo sta tioned about fifty miles above Laredo Officers left Fort Mclntoshat 11 oclock to night for a poluii thescouts indicate as tho rendezvous of the revolutionists with a sufficient force of United States soldiers to Id 11 or capture them At the same time a force of Mexican soldiers left the fort in Now Laredo to intercept the revolutionists should tihey attempt to escape acrossthe Rip Grande TWO SORTIES SAN ANTONIO Ju Press latest advices from the allegec Mexican revolution are to that two parties made a one below was chased from American troops and Iwas worsted in a Mexican troops overth river one being killed andseveral wounded Others have since been the other bu wore and others information j DBNVER June daugh ter of exPolice Commissioner o Kansas and diedthisvinorniiig month risky Barnett thei JETaymarket a1 local becoming disgusted means of provides for of the peopleof amendment to Con charter 5 af 29 ainend unr bi 11 by the lit eriouglijfi g ureshaye 2 I THE WYOMING STR006LE TheAdmission Bill Taken Up in the Senate Yesterday EST LEADS THE DEMOCRATIC ATTACK He Misrepresents Wyomings Popn and Raises Sundry Objec Advocates Wyomings Utah Bill to Be Reported ToDay SALT LAKB TRIBUNE BUREAU 517 Fourteenth Street WASHINGTON D June 25 1890 The Wyoming bill was taken up today and was still under discussion when the Sen ate adjourned Senator Yost led the Demo cratic which will also bo directed igainst tho Idaho bill when it comes up The Democratic party proposes to oppose both measures Senator Platt will report tomorrow the Utah Voting bill which substitutes the IdaDO test oath for the more extended oath of tho Cullom act VESTS OBJECTIONS He Lies About Wyomings Popula tion Opposes Female Suffrage WASHINGTON June the Senate the Senate bill to prevent the transportation in jondof merchandise between the United States and Mexico and to restore that right whenevertho zona libra is abolished was reported adversely The Senate then went into executive session When the doors wero reopened the Semite took up tho House bill for the admission of Wyoming as a State The bill was temporarily laid aside and offered a resolution instructing the Committee on Delegates and Elections to inquire into the record today personal explanations by Call and to report they wero in accordance with the rules etc This led to a short in the course of which Ingalls charged Call with having de liberately falsified the He was called to order and modified this making it the The resolution went over without action nnd the Senate pro ceeded with the Wyoming Atimissson bill The report of the Committee tories was read Vest opposed the bill He knew that in the past States had been admitted with small population because of some sectional or pany exigencies But existed now Wyoming he said had a population of not over scattered over an im mense area of square miles Vest wouJd Hot vote for the admission of Wyo ming with itspresent Constitution permit ting womans suffrage Woman was antagonistic to the spirit of the Institu tions of the American people He deplored theextension of suffrage to colored men in the South andsaid that rip intelligent man today would give it to them would no more give them tbo right of sut than he would deadly weapon to a child lie would not give the colored wero far more impulsive and thoughtless than the men Another ob jcction Vest made to the Constitution of Wyoming was that it gave the right of hold ing property to Platt said Wyoming had as good a right to admission as any Territory ever admit ted He was surprised that a gentleman so devoted to home rule should not bo will ingto allow a Territory to decide womans suffrage for Itself He believed the popula tion of Wyoming was nearer than In conclusion Platt spoke of tho creat resources of Wyoming and said with irrigation It could support of peo At the close of Platts remarks he made an effort to have a vote taken on the bill but Vest objected and moved an amend ment and the Senate adjourned AVaut to be Let Alone minority re port in oppositionto the Federal Election bill denounces Federal interference m State elections and says that one election under tho provisions of the bill will if fully applied cost the taxpayers of the country The report also makesa strong objection to the provisions of the bill con stituting the final returns of elections made by the District Board of Commissioners to the Clerk of the House prima of It says tho bill is plainly unconstitutional A Montana Appointment WASHINGTON June Tally of Montana nominated Indian agent at the Tongue Kiver agency Montana SUNDAY SCHOOL STATISTICS Proceedings of Yesterdays Conven Worlds Pair Building June Sunday School this The repofVof the statistical sec rotary shows Sunday Schools in the United and teach scholars uext worlds convention will be held iiaAmerica in 1893 recom held at Chicago theWorlds Fair and erecta building Fair andwork up a large at tendance After a JBigler presented his i the receipts were the V v Warren secretary of the Com report committees work He work on a i tliird seriesof lessons years ib wbuldy by ropehad difficulty themselves to the lessons The Americanmethods are opposed to the proposed union of all the Central American States in a federal gov ernment which Meneridez favored a party in ii decided minority it is true but for that1 very reason the more desperate Jn addition to these are to bo reckoned tho many private enemies whom MeiioiKlez mule by his rough and overbearing rue These facts taken in connection r hs state of government in those countries tho characteristics of tho people and tho politi cal traditions which influence thorn ami there is no difficulty in arriving at the very plausible conjecture that MenenUez was THK TURNER SOCIETIES They Will Build a Turn terdays Proceedings NEW YORK Juno North Ameri can Turn Bund today decided to build a Turner Hall at Milwaukee on ground presented by two Milwaukee ladies The convention decided to publish in Eng lish a book of reference for Turner teachers in the public schools also to publish in the same language a pamphlet sotting forta tlio objects of the society By unanimous voto tho convention endorsed the platform of the PersonalKishts League ana ro solved that the Turners of tho United States shall join its ranks and actively par ticipate in its policy of political and general reform Hereafter boxing wrestling swinging and massage treatment will bo in cluded in the curriculum of the society and doctors will be engaged to givo lessons to pupils Iu bandaging and drossingjwounds A MYSTERIOUS TRAGEDY An Unexplained Sxiictdc and Murder Murderers Sentenced GnovEHTOJf June excite ment was caused here last night by the sui cide of beautfnl young Annie Turner daughter of Judge John S Turner The ex citement was Intensified when tho father took tho pistol from the hands of tho dyinc daughter and killed Professor Davis Noth ing1 is known as to the cause of the tragedy AMERICANSSENTENCED IX MEXICO EL PASO Juno R Walters was sentenced by the courts of Pnso del Norte today to be shot and J X OLaugh lin sentenced to ten years imprisonment for killing a lewd woman in Paso del Nortc in May 1880 The condemned men are both citizens of the United States andhave ap pealed to this Government for protection A LIVELY ROW PREDICTED SALVATOR IS INVINCIBLE The HeelFooted Californian Again Humbles Eastern Pride SNAPPER GARRISONS SUPERB RIDING THE T P A CONVENTION DIVIDED INTO THREE FACTIONS The Outcome Will Be a An Editor Hakes Things Lively In tordays Jacks Eeceptiou Several resolutions then which were ref erred special comraittees One jrequested thei cbnimitteedn to vgiven in isstibols Another requestedat tb faction In America etter v observance tyt SB to The Traveling Hens Convention got down to business this morning in earnest Im mediately after being called to order Presi dent Koot delivered bis annual address This was followed by the report of the com mittee on credentials reports from tho presidents of the various State organizations and reports from the chairman national legislative committee the na tional railway committee tho board of di rectors and the general manager The two first reports discussedmainly the question of transportation They advo cated an amendment to tho interstate com merce Jaw so as to permit railroad com panies to issue a five thousand mile univer sal ticket good over all roads in America The committee having this matter in charge ace Jlattered at tho success they have at and believe that they will event ually secure what they wish During the discussion of the report of D K Clink of Chicago who is chairman of the railway committee some reference was made to the National Commercial Traveler of Louisville to which Mr Koopman its editor took exceptions Tho debatebecame so boated that for a moment it appeared as ifthe only means of settling the question would bo a knockdown At this point John F Henry of New York secured the floor and in a quiet sensible talk succeeded in get ing tho boys to settle their trouble in a friendly manner All of tho reports were adopted Dawson Meyer of Omaha was granted permission to address tho convention and while doing so proposed that the association take up aud agitate the question of erecting a home children of deceased travel ing plan is to have the merchants throughout the country who employ travel ing men subscribe the funds for its comple tion and the traveling men subscribe to its support The matter will probably be taken up tomorrow Indianahas already offered the land upon which the home shall be tho scheme ever There considerable dissatisfactior among the delegates Many openly that the associationhas been of little prac ticaluse to the members the national officers made use oftheir position to private by means of insurance projects so that the divided into thrco parties one favoring the present sysicm one wlio belieVe in wv of di organizations and those de manding a radical change and who wish to doaway with the present organisation aud substitutefor new plan of based upon principles When these questions come up there will prob ably be time which to a reorganization this inwhich par ticipated given ates tonight atVtiie club of Horseshoe Jack ofthe Drummond Tobacco Works It Was 1 Close and Exciting Finish Humility Before a Mississippi Promises Not to Do It teiv YORK Juno great ovcnt ot today at tlio Shcopshcad track was the JalvatorTcuny match race for each with added by tho club to carry 123 pounds distance a milo and a quarter This great event has been the topio in racing circles for days and It drew thousands of people 10 tho course today The weather was perfect and tho crowd was immousc Before the race the bookmakers posted three to five against Ravator aud six to five on Tenny But tho betting men hold off Finally one book man offered seven to ten against Salvator and this being all tho siffin party wanted they fell on the bookies in great haste The bookies held out for a while longer and then out the price to sixtyfive to 100 Tennys price was lengthened to thirteen to one the bugle sounded for tho post however seven to five could bo had against him as opposed to three to five against Salvator Garrison rode Tenny and Murpny was mounted on Salvator There was no delay the post and they wero scat away at once Salvator took tbo lead and made tha nice a very fast one Passing tho stand Salvntor was half a length in front of lYnny and this lead ho Increased to 14 length and ahalf on tho upper turn As thoV reached the far turn Salvator drew away and was leading by nearly three lengths Then Garrison commenced to ride ana whip aud Tenny closed up tho gap inch by inch At tho last sixteenth Tenny was gam ing fast but Salvator managed to keep his head in front to the wire winning by tbo shortest short heads Had the race been twenty yards further Garrisons magnificent riding would have landed Tenny a winner A wild shout went up as the time was put up The record of was beaten one and a half seconds and the judges hoisted up as the time The fractional times wero as follows First quarter 25 halt mile five furlongs three fourths seven eighths mile milo and au eighth AT WASHINGTON PARK CHICAGO Juno Park races Threeyearolds and upwards mile won Blarneystono second Etru ria third Time Twoyearolds five won Burr Cooper second Bay Threeyearolds and and a won Hypocrite second Out bound third Time Threeyearolds and upwards milo and a second Boaz third Threeyearolds milo and a won Crawfish third Time A PENITENT BRUISER Sullivan Says Be Is Sorry and Didnt Mean to Do It Puiivrs June Dls Francisco Chronicle The farcical trial of J L Sullivan mill with Kilrain at llichburg closed yesterday tho curtaindropping upon his paying a fine of S500 on a pica of guilty to the indictment of After ho was liberatedah Impromptu re ception was held tho quondam seekers of satisfaction to the broken the friends of the pugilist in their worship at his shrine in addressing tho Court Sullivan said In entering this plea of I with a humbleness of heart the leniency of the Court I the f act have done wrong and violated the laws of Mississippi but I your Honor it was It will nevcjr occur again ginninof this trouble I sulTered punishment which has told upon me severely and I beseech the Court to be as ligntaa possible in this The rand jurytoday returned Indict ments against Muldoon and Cleary cfiarg them with complicity in Thev liave been ordered to morrow It is said they will adopt the plan of Sullivan and ask for the clemency of the Court Sullivan was effusivein his oomr oliweuts to arid District At toruey Ncvilie and told everybody ho met that he had the highest oiiJcersoftho and that they did no morethan their have neycrtippear inside the ropes THE inisTOB1 CRVIS June cases against and Donovan were called i nthe Court wheti pioas each clemency prtlio Muldoon was ttnsd Dorovan each Tlie tines were paid June 25vThe nbinted theWholesale Liquor Dealers to the Whisky Trust reported to rescind A motion was adopted that for that day ex sesa s1 given anibst The Tvas gvn decree of conferred j KHrain was present stated tbat he had either with bare knuclcles London prixc ring rules the fight off ir Fort Worth for purse ottered by thc FortWortlVAthletlc L A TIJIRTYSIX Juno Louis Bezinahi ovmn a Cincinnati six roond prizefight with glcvea IJsiytbn Ohio J early U n tif ntil ot Bozinali worked hard Comer ecamere the knockedcompletely round overMondays defeatediliy thejS The 18 a j v
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