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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 1, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                L CIRCULATION EXCEEDING i THAT Of IN THE CJTY COW133NED IT THE MOST EXTENSIVE AND ix NIOUNTASN REGIONS VOL 23 SAM LAKE CITY TUESDAY MOEXIXG JULY 1 1890 PRICE FIVE CESTTS THE EMPIRE OF THE WEST Senator Cullom Calls Attention to Its Grandeur and Importance of tho Intunflunt of Valparaiso und after wnckliii It attempted to murder its und was only prevented hy tho arrival ojt troops which smjcuuudod in dls tho mob it nil making a fow arrests but on account of sympathy hotweon tho fiuldliMi and HIJUTS thy iIntfluudorrf escaped In the country towns and especially In the mining whoro largo numbers of an irmpioyod disturbances in which miveral woro killed This condition of affairs teems to bo due In great part tho Immigration to Chlllolf of Ignorant foreigners STATEHOOD FOR THE TERRITORY flomruH of tiio country When their desti nation wa reached they found tho labor fiiarkot glutted and wages ut tho bottom notch Utah HainrUcnppod by tho Blight ol ZJrojulGaujjo Speech by the JllinoiH Tho Public Jobt Reduction LAKE TnrnusE Btr 517 Fourteenth Struo him M Senator Platt oxpcutn a votu on tho Idaho Admission bill Homo tomorrow It would have boon takon toflay If the con tinued consideration ot iad not consumed of tho aftirimon Senator Gullom sucootidud lit securing limo to nuiktt a brilliant speech In favor of Idaho which was concluded with an eulogy of the West arid pralwoof the wlsflfim of Con gress in admitting Iho various TerrltnrluH to Statehood Kpetiklng of Utah lu said I might refer to Utah an po resources with nothing to hinder lift dovol opment and early Statehood twt that blighting Institution polygamous Moriuon iflru which t trust find bollovo IH In tho coursoof ultimate extinctIon Mr Irosl Jdeit I have tnkon occasion to briefly rofor to Mio groat aoollon of our coriimon country lying west of tho Missouri rlvor Its ro Hourees development and because I havo sometliiKJH foil that thu pooplo ot tho old States east aul south do not fully real ize tiic extent the growth and tho granduur ot that part of tho Union Its agricultural land Its plains fuid valloya will soon ho sol tied and cultlvalod Its mountains will bo explored and its mines bo dovolopod Let not Congress hlridor tho march of progress uy to any portion of tho pooplo of that groat section rlghta to which thoy show themselves to ho on titled an American Tho prosperity of Mio whole country is what we and for which wo should all as representatives of tho people Delegate Outiols expects to lnavo Wash ington a wook Flo tun boon holding down a chair Iu tlioScnato with groat pm Blstonoy hlnoo doluitw of tho Territorial bills bcigurt roady to furnish matorlal for arguments on any point alToeUng Idaho Ho said this overling that ho was perfectly that bill would booomo a law within a wook but proposed to seo It Hlgnod by tho President boforo ho left for homo Martin Curtis 1ms boon commissioned as Postmaster at liorron Utah AKKEO soorotiiry of Interior to tho lioiuW an ostimnto of ad ditional of to carry our tho provisions of tho Usability by the Proslftont Friday fodft and ftviclurkhlro 1MW Captain Krban president of tho board ap polntod to try tho orulsor roports tlio vossol mado an avonigo spend ot knots pur hour ovoru Ho submits a written report tomorrow His report Insures tho aouoptauoti ol tlio and the con structors a premium of HKJMICTION It Is estimated at tlio Treasury Depart that thcro wns a tjucroaso ot About SIO on tho public dcbtslricc luno Tho total decree fur tho Msonl was RS7 800 000 us IIH mu previous llHoal THKiit MAJKSTIBS AIPIIOAOH of tho Ilex Party tor Cheyenne Kecoption VEIL luno Special Tim royitl Kox party tho this mornlns returning to thu city about 10 Aftor a lunch tho bifl their visitors farewell and with many on their Journey thoy loft for Oxdin and Salt Lako on tho noon train Juno Special to The Hex party was given quite a i rocoptlon hero on thoir arrival train Acting Governor Moldrum drllvonrd an addross of wolcorno and tho iaciflc Kuid Korentulocl tho travelers THE DAY IN CONGRESS TJIK NATIONAL IUKTHKK J KOU KUICSSON ol1 tho Inventor to Bo Taken to Swctlcn NBAV Youic Juno Dlspatoh IVamilcfo ChronLcle With inuiliod diiimM and carbines rovcrsod a do witohmont ot Unltort States Marines will act as jfnjird of honor to tho remains ot lolm Ericsson when the body of tlio dls tlnMilsliod iiuontur is placed aboard tlio wiiv ship Tho oC tho Knvy has issuud ordors assign ins tho to the duty of convoying tho body of tholato Captain to Sweden in oomnilaiifa with cxprossitl wlshus of t ivoUlsl Covorument Tho Inventor hid attained a com mission In iho army too coming to New York IM and so rniuv of his countrymen desired to l burled in his native land that tlio IvItiK v s loci u nsU ITcsWout Harrison as a special favor that tho remains bo convoyed will proocert to Stockholm with out loiay and body will be taken by SwodLsl RUthorttlos MiiiK Minshy tin wbcro Krlosson was tutu July ilst ilr It K oxpeotod that tlio funeral norUffiMVlIl PWioh tho vlllajjo on tho anni VCNvv of tho birth of tho grout onRlnoor In tncio tho Swodlsh people wilt pay to tho momory ot ihelr famous Society of EnRlnoors will probably ask the of to n low a small from this socle v and the Mnsonh hroUierluKnl to omalns to Swcilcn on tho uf honor Tho United UtiVtos ftlllslmw srofctosl rospoot to tho cf adopted son whoso valuable ontloMS tuulsatlou me wonderful Monitor was ono of tho Sost ftsoiiclos in brlnjflns tho civil war to a close KKVOLUTIOX is notion With Kovolt Dispatch Franclsoo Chrtmiclo Series Word corner from CIUH Unt political In Sjviitlftso tho capital and paraiso tho commercial center of tho Re public Is running vory high and has ul rcidy led to acts of violence on tho part of tho populace aro throo Arties lighting for Supvomacy lil Chilltho Bepublioans Domocrau and Socials rorular occtlon of President awlother of tftkcs Place next autumn and from tho SilnS stato Krottt aro on onu Mfcd thut tho present sniouUlorlnK Us fSlon will burst Into a of rovo 1 I o bcforo tho end of tho accda is now C an SlthouBh thoro Is an HiiVdc br his party to havo c W SH I Ittlo if cdmnco oC ir undorlJs administration tho prosperity country has and csehungo Jt Opposed a Louisiana it Would roud to Trouble itnd iJlootl Idaho Bill WASHINGTON Tuno tho House Plckinson successor to Ourllsio wus sworn In on tho Ftxloral TCloctlonbill was roHiimwl Herbert bnlriR accorded tho floor Ho dwelt on thu history oC tho recon struction period und said at that tlmo tho noKio hud been taught to distrust tho SouMiorn whlto mou Tlio negro was MOW learning that It was not to his intonmt to array himself solidly against tlio whlto man and tho whltu man was doing everything In j his tlio tiogrotw tills lasson if tho South woro allowed to work out this problem for ItsolC tho tlmo would como wluMi tho nogro buing odiioatocl us tho whlto man was would bo able to tako oaroot him self both us u and as a llouk said that his advocacy of a National oluctloif law did not grow out of any supposed or necessity not withstanding Uitiro worn a variety oC rea sons Miat tho power of tho Government shoiiUl ho nssortod listening to tin dohtito might bollovo tlio object of tlio mousnru to arrest the whole Democratic What harm would result from an hotiost elootionV Had tho Democrats from tho South practiced dishonest elections so long that It would break thoir hourts to have lo slop thorn It was said the bill would ralso raco prcjudiuo It was nut race preju dleo the Democrats wero combatting It was political projudko Tho was not that colored man was black but that ho volod tho Republican tlokot tJolnmnn aunoutidod hlmsolt a Ko pnbllcan both from conviction ami princi ple a Soutlioru man by birth education and association Ho opposed tho enactment ot a iiedcnil election law at this tlmo Ho would hourtlly support u National election luw If ho thought its oniiotmont would soauro an honest ballot but thosupposltlou that tho passage oC such a measure at this tlmo would havo olloot was bnaod on false Impressions ami an ignorance of tho truo stuto of n Hairs in some portions of the South Ho did not wish to proLipJttito any trouble and ho was us certain that trouble and bloodshed would follow tho enactment of this legislation and that tho law would fail lit purposo us ho was suro that ho would vote ugulmt it In thla liouso Ho wauled to sui tlio solidity ot tno South broken und thoro woro signs of disintegra tion In tho Domoiratlo party of tho South Pass u Fodoral uloutliinlawaiul tho mou ROW now ready to sopurato from Mio yJomocratlc party would go buck into wliat thoy wore tcikfwuH tlio white mans party ruthor than risk nogro uupromacy Tho dobato was further continued by Burrows and Chlpmun uftor which some formal amondments woro agreed to Tlio dobato was intorruptocl and tho joint resolution extending tho provisions of tho present appropriation acts until tho poud hij bills become laws was passed Tho KUualon bill was resumed and Lohl baok N oiVorod au arnondmont provid ing that tlwclilef supervisor of election for every judicial distrlotshull takosuch action as renulslto to socuro such supervision hi each Congressional District us is provided by tholaws of tho United States If It was dlsUniblo to control Congressional oloctlous by tho National Govornmont lot It bo ap plied to ovory district In this country alike Choadlo favored tlie amendment with ono or two exceptIUUM if ho voted for tho mousuro ho wanted it applicable to tho district which ho roprownted Mills spoko briolly against tho bill nnd the House took n rocess At tlui evening session several addresses wero mado for and against tho bill and au adjournment takon until tomorrow Senate luno tho Senate services In commemoration of tho lato S S Cox went postponed till Tuesday of next woek on account of ilieubsoncoot Voorhcos who desired to take part Tho liouso bill in rulatkm to oaths in pon sloii uml oilier vaos was pusstd The House bill fuv the admission of Idaho us u Stato was taken up Murrill gave notice that ho would at tho oarlloitpossible rnoincht movo to take up the TariiV bill Tlatt said could not consent to any miisvstkn that with tlio Idaho j bilir As much as he bollovurt in tlio Turin bill ami us anxious as ho was to soe It i passed ho would not ciVusont to its coming up until tho Idaho bill was disposed of Gorman said thero had boon nnclor us to tho ordor of business and ho thought business would bo very much li tho Senator from Vermont would lix u time when tho TarllY bill could ho Miiisidcrcd tho latter part of this weok or the beglnulmr ot next Jlurrlll said it was not his purpose to hi torferoffiUi tic Appropriation bills or with tlweouCerouoo roports Teller remarked that tho Turin bill ooulil not possibly bo taken up this wook The Senate would probably adjourn from Thursday till Monday and probably tho jduho bill would not bo concluded this wook We ousht to got through with tho Idahobill tdmorrow Tlio report having boon road tho bill was temporarily laid aside Thu Agricultural Appropriation bill was taken up After aiiiyndniftits of minor im poftuiuo tho bill wus passed Thu Jdalio bill wns resumed und Cullotn jiuide a brief speech hi favor ot it Tho hill was laid aside and House Joint resolution continuing tho uutuutl tip propriiitions thirty days after ot tho fiscal your if tho Appropriation bill slsiill not thon bccoruri a law was passed Adjourned oat Domooratlo r wblch revolutionary tho pooplo Maolcin CniCAcio 1uua 0 Maokln ro appiared this morning IIoStill assorts that i TOE Vhb wiioh a mob proceoded to tho house i bear his name aid seal TORRENTS OF 8URN1HG OIL Workmen at a Refinery Engulfed in Ruins of Fire THE POOR VICTIMS ROASTED AILYE Five Acres of Buildings Burned at Wall of Fire Tlireo Hundaecl Minneapolis Firo Juno Dis Francisco Chronicle Five acres of ire was tho awhil sight wit nessed at tho standard oil roilnery at Fifth and C streets this morning Tlio immense structure vms bliixlnjr every point and tho boat wasso inlonso tlisil ovon two hundred yards away persons woro overcome Tho following is tho list ot casultles Andrew McDonald aged 12 body buruod will ro covor John McDonald aged roasted allvo cannot live Don ONtill aged to a crisp will die John ivllao agod 22 frightfully cannot recover Zlvcron Wcnow agod 45 terribly biirnsd will rocovor J A Pettigo aged badly thougli not fatally burned Arthur Yonkors ugul M Kllghtly burned It was llrt reported that lost their llvus and later that Uim woro killed and thirtylive wounded but it is now believed that the above will cover tho casualties Tito Iro broke out at and was thoro siilt of liot weather Saturday a tank of cnido oil camo In to bo reflinod Some of tho tlioughl tho tank too hot to bo LMiptlcd and it was postponed Tills morn ing It bocamo necessary to run tlio oil Into another tank Inspector Wonow took John Vuttlgo andanother workman monntod the masthead and unscrewed tho cap In an in stant thcro was a dull pult aa tho vapor osfliipod Tho gas was heavier tliaii ilio air and sank to tho ground spruudlnK out all ovor tho locality and moving with tho wind Almost in a fiwlnkllnff itreached ono of tho sheds under which thcro was a lire Thoro was a Hash as tho inflammable vapor Ignited and immediately after there wns a ircmonduoiis explosion Tho tank was blown to iind hundreds of gallons of burning oil sJUttorucl all ovor the great work A wall of Itro MO foot high and nearly 001 foot long moved rapidity to tho buildings Atonoo ihoeaunlnghouso Illkul Avltli thousands of galloins of canned oil tho coopershop carpentershop pump and houso IllliuK and lubricatlnK liouso storaffa houses piilnthouso and 900 fuufc of platform woro all Iho ornployoos on tho gramulK and porsons In tho nolRliborhopd ran for thoir lives All escaped except those montloned Ac 11 oclock tho ilro promises not to spread Loss A JIINNMAPOLIS TlUT MiNNiurnfjis Tuno Luso typo foundors aurt George Huhn drugs oaoh by liro this morning LlOnTNlNO AT WHHTSLTNa Juno terrific oleotrlo storm visltod tlio city tills afternoon A tremendous rainfall Hooded tho streets and many cellars in tho lower part of tho olty Tho lightning played havoc all through tho city but no lives uro reported lost Tho telephone exchange was burned out and a groat deal of damage dono In other parts of tho city JCItitiTSD BY TJTGnTXINCt CoTjUMiurs Ohio Juno torrlfio storm with lightning ana heavy ruin occurred this evening Two men were killed and soverui people shocked by light ning Two pooplo arc reported to havo boon killed while riding along a road in tho coun try THE iAWM HILti KBSCCnS PIINBAK Juno 11 oclock to night a drill was struck Into tlio entry and tho air was found to bo pure Ib will tnko until 3 oclock to dig tho coal so that tho rescuing party can enter tho Farm mine to search for tho Imprisoned men The fato of tho men will nob be known till morn lug ARGENTINE Tho National Bank Suspends Divi dends and Creates a Scare NEW YortK Juno Buenos Ayros correspondent of tho Times telegraphs that tlio National Bank of Buonos Ayros sns ipondecl paymentSaturday and shares foil IBS to 100 and closed at US A panic was croatedOn tho Bourse and a general fooling ot distrust Gold now commands a pionilum of ifS Later dispatches show that tho Times x advices concerning tho National Bank of Buenos Ayres wero Inaccurate It appears that tho bank only suspended payment of quartoily dividends which was approved at tho last annual meeting Tho president of tho National Bank sour a dispatch to tho Argentine minister here In which lie says tho directors of the hank decidedto suspend tho quartor dividend until the shareholders at tho end of tho your tho payment of a definite dividend Ho adds that the bank wishes by this means to consolidate itself aucl convert ins shares into a safe investment so as to a respectable reserve fund v i Tlio Banco Naoloiml Is the principal bank of Buenos Ayros Tho capital amounts to about The amount of deposits is it being tho depository of tho National Government I1 Ono ot tho loading menchants doing busi ness with tho Argentine Republic states that tho tin uncial condition of late has been unsatisfactory VrosUlant Column deter mined on a policy of reform by making all necessary reductions in tho of the country and instituting a changein tho management of thoNational Bank This necessitated tho resignation cer tain directors of that institution Tho Minister of Finance rather demand such resignations retired iu favor of Garcln In carrying out tho pro jected reforms and insisting upon tho resig nation of curtain directors itiSSuppbsed tho suspension Of has boon caused but tho merchants having the most interests with Argentine look uponthe movement as ono which although It may bo temporarily prejudicial to many merchants in Buenos Ayres will ultimately result in advantago to thatcountry by putting as sound a basis as the Jagriculturcs It is said bcenrnoro prosperous than at tho present tlmo BRAINS Some Interesting Experiments by a New York Surgeon Dispatch glvu Francisco the most famous surgeons oftliis W CfilmaiiThompson professor of physiol1 osy In tho Now Yorlci sons latest experiment tho grafting ot tho fpnty aniiAaV upon of an other His questionvof the posslbllfty of grafting of the brains of hurnun beings It oociirrod tomo study ing nmls that iVwould graft a pieceof brain fsidqpf the dogs brainto rntb taliiyl Ol coiirso T had np ot being able to restore an abolished functioa by the operation but the juesuon of vital ity of the brain tissue tho course of degeneration are subjoots of very wide In terest Tho first experiments were made in order to ascertain tbo transplanted brain yrould bo Iminedijitefy absorbeil or would slough away I cut open tho skulls of two Jarge dogs and inter pieces of brain tissue of each On the thlwlday both dogs wero killed and the of tissue normal and In each case they were so tirmfy pitted togothor that it was Impossible to pvdl them apart with fprocps without laceration Tho next experiment was with a cat and a dog Three days the cat wjuJ killed Tho transplanted dogs brain was found whcro it had boon placed firmly adberunt to tho oats brain Being satisfied in regard to this matter I proceeded to another I pro cured mongrel clog opened his skull over tho left lobe oE thu brain and through the opoiuing removed a small portion of tho brain tissue A cat was simultaneously operated on in fchu same manner Iho brain tissue of tho cat and tho dog wore In terchanged tho openings wore closed 11 ml treated The ciog is reoovoriiig from the operation although ho wns very feeble for a a few days and had to bo fed artlBcially Subsequently ho appeared normal iu ovory way except tho lossof vision Uo was killed at the end of seven weeks whim tno piece of transplanted cats brain was found iirmiy adhorod to tho dogs brain TJ1E SUGAR Til The Present Management Will Ke tain NEW Yoiuc June a meeting of tho StiKiir Eellnorlos Company today Theodore A Havoinioyer Charles 0 Fostor and 7 E Scartos wero empowered to oloct William F rIavomcyer William Dick and Charles O Foster as trustees It was un npuncod Chat praxles for certificates hadbeen received which Insures extet inp management retaining control Astatemont prepared by tho trustees was read stallnfi that with counsel had under consideration a plan for reorganiza tionof the company to moot all tho require ments of tho Stato law Tho statement called attention to the fact that tho Court of Appeals decision was technical It opposed monopolies it dirt not attack tho principle of pooling business of kindred in 0 Roifo asked for a financial strtumeist of tho companys affairs and demanded IK a minority certificate holder to inspect tlio booKs Ho was roforrecl to tho treasurer who tho chairman said would furnish such information as was thought proper to mako public TlioofJore Havpmoyor said informally that buyersof certificates should havo informod thomsolvos that tlio corporation was not conducted like a railway It was not to bo oxpocted tliat the oarningri would bo mado public though thoy wero accessible to all coitllicato holders THE AT AVORK Womens Department sit tho Worlds Site Questiom CniCAao June meeting of theNational Worlds Fair Commission ffis brief A committee was appointed Chicago subscription lists comrhltteo on pormaneuti organization re ported tho following ji board of lady managors consisting of ono dologate and from each Stato to bo recommended by the State Commissioner and appointed by tbo Presi dent to boknown as tho Womans popart meat of the Worlds Columbian Exhibition An offer was received from George M Pullman of a section of land near Pullman but tlie Commission decided to receive propositions only from tho local committee Tho question of appointing a directorgen eral and a commissionergeneral was dis cussed afsomo length and it was finally de cided to have a single head director Gurflcld Park was proposed as tho West Side site f Late this afternoon a number of owners of property on Michigan avcmio filed a bill In chancery in tho Circuit Court to restrain tlio Worlds Columbian Exposition from orcotltlg any buildings on TO FOURTH OP JCJLY AH Requested to Say a Word for the Testimonial to Franco DETROIT Dis Francisco Chronicle Fourth July orators throughout tho country by Dr William Soward Webb and Mr Chamicey M Dopew of New York City Governor S B Buckncr of Kentucky Judge Lucius P Doming of Now Haven Bov Charles Tincknoy of Charleston S Hon Clifford Sims of Philadelphia and tho others of tho French Testimonial Committee to follow tho cx amplo of California whore through tho patriotic and energetic M H do Young of tho San Francisco Chronicle tho orations of tho day throughout that State will contain strougohclorsomonts and advocacy of the effort BOW being nvido by tho Society of tho Sons of tho American Revolution to raise an adequate fund with which toprocura and sendrom America to Franco a suitable testimonial of gratitude Tho committee therefore earnestly request all Fourth of July oratorsthroughout the country to give this subject a generous place Iu thoir speeches y YESTERDAYS TROSTRATIONS A Number of Fatnl Sunstrokea In Eastern Cities registers of vital statistics today registering death certKicates andshould the present rate keep up tho mortality list willbe larger for this than last weok The deaths reported today Svero duoairefitiyor Indirectly to heat Tho death horses is also growing very Several additional deaths were reported during tho evening About midnight drenching rainstorm of au hours duration cooled tho atmosphere materially TVO DEATHS LOtJIS ST Lotus Juno prostrations from fatal TATAT STROTCES oiNCncNATi cases of sunstrokehere wero fatal i i Jj WATEKWOriKS FOR Witchcr Jones Enters Con 1 With tlie TovrnJv oC San Salvador are opposed to the interfer ence and appeal to Mexico for help This isunderstoou to bo a plain of President Uar rillos of Guatanm to enlarge his powor A Central American special states that Honduras will makt common cauoo with San Salvador and tho latter is seeking allfanco with Nicaragua and Costa Klca Mexico remains neutrnl for the presont Guatemala has declared a consorahip over all tcloprams Everything io to bo feared from Burrillas tho tyrunui ciii president WEICKLY REVIEW Trade Threatened by Industrial Hesitation and Money Trouble NEW YoitK June G Dun weekly review of trade will say that tho prolonged uncertainties regard Ins legisla tion aud the continuanco of jrold exports have had an unfavorable effect upon busi ness While tho volume of trade as indi cated by special reports by bank exchanges at tlio interior cities and by railroad earn ings continues larger than in tho samo month oC any previous year tho prospect for tho future is rendered less satisfactory by industrial hesitation and by doubt in regard to the monetary outlook Tho movement of to Germany Is undorstood to bo connected with operations ol bankers heavy South American loans but could hardly occur even under tho special circumstances if there woro not on the part ofiorolpi capitalists some or less investment than usual in American securities Industrial hesitation results from the do lay oC legislation and Increased uncertainty reRardjnjj the outcome WTool Is distinctly weaker in tho interior and at Eastern mar kets and adispositlon is shown to meet the needs of manufacturers But tho latter buy sparingly and many kult goods and ihinnol works are shutting down ciisslmerc wbrkH arebadly supplied with orders and whllo makers of dress goods and worsteds are in bettor position thoir outlook is not entirely satisfactory It is felt that tho greater part of a year will now bo required to clear tho markets of supplies of foreign Roods under present duties even if tho pro posed tarJIF should be adopted Thisnncor tairity also atfects estimates of tho future demand for iron and the continued addi tion of now furnaces weakens that market LarRQ transactions in structural iron and rails havo been closed but without strengthening prices In tho boot and shoo business while higher prices tire asked and obtained corJidonco as to the future seems less strong aud tho cotton manufacturer linds tho material too high fov goods at present prices Tlie level of prices Is lower iu part bocauso of reaction from tho many speculations which thty prospect of unlimited silver coinage engendered Tlio defeat of that measure in tho liouso loaves HOrno doubt agreement between the two Houses will be found prac ticable and this has a chilling Influence on many speculations but at tlie samo time lossonRitho anxiety felt at some monetary OOlltClS Business at other cities is woll main tained for and tho exceedingly conlldonb tone hitherto prevailing does not at all abate If there aro possibilities of dis appointment they tipnot soom to be real MS yet In all the reports whether from or South thero is a noto absence of complaint about collec tions aiid money markets aro fully supplied Gold exports havo caused no chaagoJn call rates hero bat tho banks have but a smallreserve for midsummer Tho Treasury has talcon in only more than it has taken out and the mer hero aro larger showing for tha month thus far au Increase ofS per cent over last year Nevertheless tho ex cess of Imports over exports for the month will bo heavy probably fur oxcoedlng that of May which was over continued depression in stocks und the fail ure thus far to sottlo railroad wars tend to discourage foreign investors upon whom the uncertainty about silver has some Failures during tho last seven days for tho United States for Canada 24 total 202 compared with 199 last week For the corresponding weok of the figures wero 184 in the United States1 and31 in Canada Corruption in Massachusetts BOSTON Juno report of tho Sen ate Investigating Committee exonerates Senator FnsscU from wrong doing Report adopted Tho House committee finds that the West End Company did maintain a larje lobby Dinners wore carriages fur nished hotel bills paid by tho West End Company tor members of tho Leg islature Tho committee condemns the company for lavish expenditures of money and says it has aggravated tho lobby evils Thoy cfo not flnd that money was spent for corrupt influence or to bribe any member With their roporfi the committee presents a bill requiring petitioners for legislation to glvo a list of names of all persons thoy em Ploy Jones corporation filed in tho The nanio of tho Provo shares at a THEFIELD OF SPQRT Stansbury Defeats the Canadian by Eiglit Lengths Shot on the June French inhabi tants of Oobrook near woro ilrcd upon coday by a German sentry They wero gathering firewood in a forest on tho frontier arid crossed into German terri tory Tho sentry challenged them and or dered thorn to withdraw As they made no reply ho fired wounding ono of them A Faith Healer Dying PITTSBITRG Father Mol linger the faith healer whose reputation extends throughout the whole United States is on St Anthonys Day but tho strain was too much and ho broke down He is said to be worth nearly Millions of Fire Crackers NEW YORK Juno ship Great Admiral is unloading a cargoof bunches offire crackers She was 104 days on tho voyage fromHongkong and her ar rival caused a prompt fall in the fire cracker market Previous to her coming thero was a decided Caprivis Colonial Policy Juno Caprivi has given permission to a friend to statethat the Chancellor is no colonial en tlmsiast lie accepted the office fully con vinced that Germany now that she has cm in must ad Another Year ol Peace PiTTSBtiBG spalc confer enco of tho iron manufacturers iind mittee from Association of Iron and SteelWorkers satJs evening for year without interruption at all the mills in the Coliunbia in v the will of Lawyer Charles Collego V Europe m Jin corporators ar jtho above D J f tlie ing TJiab 1 A SHPiRT ANO LIVELY PRIZEFIGHT Matters Equalized ly a Referee nnd KU Threat Given Kilrain tllie Knees and the Bull Giunes on on YORK Juno TIUUTINB Dispatch Francisco ChronicU Mike Donovan telographos from Purvis today that Cloary and Muidoon espccted that Sullivan would arrivo in IMohburs yes terday to mako good his intention expressed In a message scut from New Orleans to Mr Kicli to prove Muldoon a liar and Kllraina Tho matter grow out of a slander uttered by Muldoon and published Thurs day Tlio crowd was frightened at this prospect and took Kilrain half a inilo up iho railroad to a spring and gave him a suit bath to harden his hide for a good lickingBefore the dispatch was received Kilruin was as gay as a ilowor in May Hut after muling it ho silent as an oyster and said Well IwlH but ho looked as it ho was to swallow his Adams apple Ai Mils stage of the game every ono was 111 led with the exportation of witnws ing a light on Sullivjuis arrival Mr Rich tiicu received a dispatch saying that Sulli van had gone to Hnyou St Louis und was advised by his friends not to roturn to Itichburg Donavan says Jt was tho wisest move as thoro would havo been serious trouble had he oomo back PEIUTAVS OCONNOR QUIT SYDNRV Juno Associated Tlic second raco between OConnor tho Canadian oarsman and Stausbury of New South Wales whiuh wus vowed owing to a claim by OConnor that he was fouled by Stunbury in the drst race of hist Monday took place today and by Stans bury who thus wins livti thousand dollars and tho championship of the world The water but tho tide was adverse OConnotled for throequarters of n mile At tho und of the first mile Siansbury was a length and a half ahead Ho won by eight lengths Time 22 minutes 2i seconds A IitVEIA PllIXBFiailT PITTSBDRO Juno A prlKOfight with bard gloves took place near Houston between Elmer Grant of Boavcr Palls and Fred Wise of New Brighten One round fought during which Grant knocked Wiso down soveiv fcimos the last time knock Ing him insensible A young brother ot Wiso jumped into tho ring and with tho back of an dealt Grant a terrible blow on tho back The blow was evidently aimed at his hoad Young Wise then with a revolver in hand ran away Grant was not seriously hurt Tlic referee decided tho light a draw much to tho dissatisfaction of Grants adherents and there was n oarly a riot The Races SHEBPSFIEAD BAY Juno Futurity Devotee won Diablo second Work third Time a5 futurity won Yold sec ond LintriquantthiAd Timo Thistle stakes threeyearolds milo and Reclare won Admiral second Time iifi Mile and Cassi us won Xophy rus second St Carlo third Time Mile and a half on Taragon won St Lukosecond Falcon third Time Mile and an eighth on Tattler won Cast Steel socondv Larchmont third Timo AT WASHiWOTON PARK CHICAGO Maiden threeyear Inex won Pickup second Rock third Timo Maiden twoyearolds five furlongs Hindoo Loss won Vutio I second Glivot third Time Extra Maiden twoyearolds flvo fur Odroy won Chimes second Valiera third Tlueeyearolcla and upwards milo and Hypocrit won Ormlo sec ond John Daly third Time All ages RJmini won Mill Dale second Tonso third Timo All ages Workmate won Eight to Seven second Kolliti Hawley third Time Milo and a Hamlet won Heron second Duke third Time Players Brotherhood The poor fielding of the combined with tlio timely hitting of frave the home teaia victory toany Attendance rjoo Now York 10 riTTSBUUO In tho Brotherhood game the terrific batting of the homo team earned them an easy victory AUcmdiincc Pittsburg 19 i Boston 7 CHICAGO in the Brotherhood game this afternoon Chi cago took second place by defftating Philadelphia in a lOtO Chicago I BUFFALO The Brooklyn Brotherhood club defeated the Buiialos in 1111 uninteresting game this afternoon Attendance secured a lawyer and the two bore dow the latiev wor gaged in a conoral lovoftsast Kthei horsoir had bcooiuo infatuated with the army and warned to stay my bonnet has she aoolnrw and Im going U march Pa can kick if ho wants k Tho iirst thing the angry rather didwas to Eiliol by the arm tear ort her army bonnet and pull her from the arms of Hal lohijuh Eroma Thou the war begun God gavo Kthol to us and you cant tako bor There aro no tUes ou our and we will bold our was tho wir cry of tho Salvaiionisw Tho fivther kept a tirm hold on his daughter with ono Imnd as ho strug gled through tho army and into tio street Bystanders nfliriuiHl that with tho other hand ho slayiiud Vtallolujah on just as sho uttering a wnoop This was tho second time CJardnor hud ros cuod lUs On the tirst occasion ho caught the girl on the Union Donot platform and took hor homo just as she abouito start with the army for a parade at Chlppo wu Falls A CathredriU Consccrntecl Tuno Kowiau Catholic Cathedral of St Pet or aud St tho corner stone of which was law September ISM consecrntoii lodiiy with mostinipostns ooremony iu tho of Cardinal Gibbons arch bishops and priests from all pnrts of tho country Tho wus prcailicd by Gi THE SiLVER CONFERENCE XO TWO aiEMUKKS KNTKKTA15T THE SAME VIKWSJ Tlic Great Obstacle Is tlm TvCjjul Tciulor Foaturo for Old CoJi jjors Views HEHOiNE AND HEB SUN LAKK TnintJNi 1 517 lioiirtconth S reel WASHINGTON P Turn 30 ISOO No two members of tho Conference Com mittee on tho Silver bill exactly samo notions as to what kind of a meas ure in detail should bo agreed said Chairman ConffOP of the House Committee on Coinage Weights and Measures this afternoon We intend to have a meeting on next Wednesday continued Major Conger nnd hope to roach im agree ment at thefirst meeting But wo have men on tho Conference Committee enter taining notions from tho single standard ol gold Senator Sherman to wildest free coinage crtuilc Representative IMsnul of Mis and I presume thero will bo every sort of proposition made in conference It Is my impression however that tho only thing we willhave serious contention ovor will bo the proposition of the Senate to ox tend the full legal tender Talae to tho silver certificates already issued The Mouse so far T know has no objection to making tho certificateswhich uro to bo issued for tho purchase of bullion a full legal tender for public and private debts but I think it Js ouough to deal with Iho prascnt without going back to tho past and up the hundreds of millions of certificates already irfcexistenco and giving them further legal tender value The certificates in circula tion are alogal tender for public debts and interchangeable for legal tendernotes and gold certificates or coin and that we think is sufllcJent Barring and un reasonable individual demands I think tho conference will agree at tho first meeting and that the Silver bill will be rdopted without serious A NORTHERN PACIFIC WRECK An Idaho Lady Killed and a Doien Injured HEOWA Mont June report reached here la to tonight of an accidenton the Northern Pacific in which several lives wero lost and a number of other people severely hurt Communication with tho scene of tho wreck is not yot established and It is not possible to obtain particulars Advices received at a lato hour state those thatit was the Pacific fast train which was wrecked near Drumniond Two sleepers wero dernJlcd aud thrown down an Miss May Carson of Fort Sherman Idaho died In a short time A dozen others were in lured more or less scriooslo Including Otto tho Northern Pacific express auditor Annie Benson WatcrvMlo James Stocum and wife Heppner S K Sissley Port Townsoud Elijah Smith Now York All the injured wero re moved to the Missoula hospital and tho physicians say all will recover A Lottery Com promise NEW Tune compromise was reached today In the lottery fight Tho House bill will he passed by the Senate in the form of a constitutional amendment to be voted on at the next State election In 1892 but a primary election wll beheld before at which only whites shall vote on tho Question of accepting or rejecting tho lottery proposition If the vote is against the lottery company will withdraw the offer and leave tihe Stato when the charter ex pires OX Comparative Vicw of Some of the Systems Macadam from whom the road so called Auenujuice nuu takes Its that the foun of the road should not bo of largo nt nil nor should it of necessity be of The National Tho iocal League club today made many and were unable to hit the ball at this proper time Attendance 1700 0 8 4 v1 CLEVELAND i The Boston team won the game this Afternoon by heavy butting Attendance 5CO 9 riTTSBUKO i Tlie New York licdguo today by good t a good time Atteiidancc ISO CJIICAOO ofro Leayucclub won today by fielding and hard batting Attendance 400 I Philadelphia 4 y The Ameri can Association Six innings rain 0 I 4 Syracuse A Salvfttioir female JWhoops Up a TTranclscb Qlironide fathers the girl 1 female I ay nigh captain lor rea or not The ii enraged father stouo at all nor should it ot necessity of an unyielding nature and he mado the comparative cost of maintaining aroad with a roadbed of solid rock ind ono having a soft soli or as 7 to 5 ilacadani maintained suonuousJy that a stone over oiic Inch Uitmctcr was de structive in a road asii had a tendency to tip when a wheel came on it aud moved the adjacent Ho after wardsubstituted weight for ami made six ounces the maximum stoiie that was to be used He has a considerable following among the French and English cnginccrs but iu this country the Tclford foundatlca iiSKencrally The specifications for Telford as flvcn by Parnells treatise London 1S3s the following directions Prepare roadbed of the required and on these set stones by hand to form a clone pavement Sec the stones carefully on their broadest edge lengthwise across road the upper faces not to bo aiore than lour inches in all irregularities with a hammer and fill all Interstices with stone chips well rammed in between larger make a compact Ontblsplucealayer of stone s nearly cubical in form pract5cabltiand about two arid a halt inches In depth ot four ami then twr inches more to bo added sejepnd iilnallythc be covered vnibjono and a halt inches of gravel free from clay or Paniell says that presencobf biadlns material on new roail dctri it getting be tween sfcon3 Macadam nor Tel f Sod v Ztt The Eglit of TerrorSpont a Phidy Operator FOUR CONNECTICUT 8IHLS ABDUCTED A letter Written In Blood to a Rescue and StnrtliivR Kevehi Arrives in A Ntgro Killed For NNK Jwno Special to At llavlins this niornmg Thomas Mxirvay a hobo brakeman shot John ilc Farland a bluok song and danco raan Tho wounded man died at 2 oclock Murray who shot at tho darkey for is n iai3 A POCCKV VOUXG yEMAtK EIUH Junu TRinuxs Francisco Chronicle Series Ida Wakoly niijht operator nt Swan rillrt station on thoNioklo riato is tho hcrionu of a terribly thrilling encoiin tor At mklnisht at an hour when thoro were only a few trains tho young woman heard sonic one at tho door and a second later a villainous appeared au tho window Tho follow demanded admittance and was refused whoronpon ho throw a lump of coat through the window and a dash for the oponhig Just thonfMlss Wakcly ilashod hoc revolver and ordered tho in trudor to roircat IIo stopped to parley say ins You wouldnt Tho bravo young woman took deliberate aim but tho tramp drew a kulfo Whilo Miss Wakcly held ao bay desperado with her revolver In ouo hand shto used tlio ovhor bund to call tho noxt station where a train was side tracked and to her joy she caught tho operator whom she informed of dilemma was detached and with tbo crow aboard ran to tho handsome younj womans rescue Whilo the crew were com Inp to tho young womans rcitof tho burglar triod to inducu her to hand over tho con tents of the safe and inntio blood curdling throats but when tho onpino with tho crow turned a sharp curve ho ran away in tiruo to escape lyndilupf Tho nlgla of terror was too much for Miss WaUfciy and when relieved slio falutcd VOUNO GlUta ABDUCTED Nnw YOHK Juno Tho of tho Dctcctivo Bureau Into sucoocdod in rescuing four giris recently sent to this olty from tnoir Connecticut homos for unl awful purposes A few days ago tho following letter written in blood was received toy tho father of a girl who was decoyed from Merldcn bcamnff a strong re semblance to tho once notorious Douglas Dear im locked In a room at wljito house survoundcd hy trees in Tlic is on road from Wtst Hobolccn or nour tho palisades of New Jersey Oh in nnnio como or send for ms oj i shaUJrUJt myself bylorc sinnding any longer tho torribie I am being subjected to by tho peopJo hero who nrc all in a plot apainst mo You can reach me by thu lIoboKonlerry is I have learned 1 wns brought here that way in acarriiigo 1 will bo looking for you from a window at tue ol liouso on the toptffloor whcro no caa irm 1 nin bold a prisoner and only by tho kind ness of a sympathizing sotvunt woman waa this letter pot io you for me Como own dying daughters sake Tho envelope bore tho postmark of Gut tcnburg Kcw Yorlc and SuperintondentJ irullcr after a long search succeeded tnj finding tho young girl in a about way botwoon 0uttonburg Wost lloboltcn When tho detectives tljo house thoy found that the unfortunata gii1 was loclccd iu an upper room Tho girt was returned her parents homo but before her remarkable experience She booamo acquainted with a rather woman In Medldep some time ago said she who induced her conic to Kow York Tho usual story ol drugged wiiio and ruin followed and tho girl found bersolf a prisoner and subjected to various finally she discovered an old envelope and a scrap of fioilod paper She had no writing materials by ting her gums until tho blood flowed succeeded with the aid of a pointed in laboriously writing in letters of crimson iho letter to her lather disclosing of confinement After mucb succeeded in Judiicing an woniim ivbo acted as servant at the house to mail letter Tlio father of girl called for fate daughter and took her at once to his home but not until ho had made arrangements to follow up the vile woman had decoyed her away Tlio detectives think they nil 1 be able to find the other girls and briag tho fomalo fiend to justice GAVE HER A KXTnilMTNAteOU GAULISH Tuno John Kampfor an omployco of thor Potomac who redded in iuinsylvariia tQwujhip with his wife and lost night with the bis Vilti On Thursday cr complained of feelljg band gavo her a dosbof laudanum and a cortn ing thatsbo would bo better In a short time the worn ou was sebod vio lent convulsions and two hours after taking the siodicino she dead The funeral took place yesterday and after t3ie serviciJ her brother A McCojof this city made information against the husband for tho murder i District j irovst and tno Corones went to tha scene i of tbo alleged njujdcr today and gathered tho ssv eral nclghtcrs to the effect that Kampfer treated bacly and that be bad nmdo threats ho would put her out of the way ToiioiTow bavo disinterred and hold an inquest arid liost mortem examination EVKAUEl AB RIVES AT PARIS PAEIS Associated Eyraud tbo nmrdferer of Jouffe recently arrested in Havana arrived this bioniiiig and wasplaeed in prison Tho convicts samp sixtcin miles south Sphere is saultcd and tbo guard tben visUed otiitit camps and liberated three squads A largo force of officers arov in pursuit and blOidshed willfbllow i3 convicts secured fircafnis from f attu ST Louis Juns of a promineni business grown daughters were arrested at a dry goods stxro this sliopllf The articles f Her Notion tias y got orie leg hasnt lie o WW rS   

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