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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT OF ALL THE OTHER 1W THE CJTY COMBINED Cr THE MOST EXTENSIVE AfcD BEST MEDIUM TO TJIE MOUNTAIN RECfOKS VOL 235 SALT JO AXE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY JULY 2 1S90 PRICE FIVE CB2TTS A FOUBTH OF MY STATE Idaho May Join the Sisterhood wi Independence Day rejoicing Is as universal as It Is deep and profound TAMMANY DICTATOR THE ADMISSION BILL IS PASSED py ninl Cullom are Hap and Delegate Ovoi Wtth TJio Tribune V Appreciated jficat Wyoming WASHINGTON July 1 Tho Iduhr at Oclock thIK afteniofiii ft wis taknti up Jmmoclialfily aftor but mi account of Mio nunicrous IniiTriipt iunssniall Urno wus given to its it had that Sfnator Cray of Delaware would clolUnt an trch against tho lilll but expectation was not KxScrretnry WJiitricy Proposes to liun rvZachinc July 1 Francisco Chronicle Tho ri a livecolumn review of Tam ruany plaiirf for next falls campaign pro rilets thitt KxSfcrctary of the Navy Will lam C Whitney will noon ho the power be the ihfonc in Miat It says tlini if tho future shapes as Mr Whit ney It will Uilllurfi 0 Whitney will IJH tho niixt Mayor of New York In tho por Jf Of oourse Mr Whitney will not Inturfuro or hlm svcif 1 minor diiiails of tho In fall htit in MIOKP grwur wherein the doings of Tammany are o import unco ro tlu party throughout tho ciMiiitiy it IHI found that his hand Is Irmly in lurlm li lils most humble relations to wrltor did Mfiyor fitnt givi Kuch htiud to Ttlohard CrokerH ht dons now to those of William Whirifty If Mr Whitney with Tarn iiiiiny rombinos agulnstthe Governor ho an undivided delegation from to tho next ProHldentlal conven tion If Mr Whitney with Tammany rnukos a fnr Cleveland ho can obtain a siilllHiiit ruimljor of dolegatosto overcome i lie objection that IK heard that Cleveland la not potent in his own Htatft William 0 Uhilmy U to bo tho actual dictator of Dorn ouratlr polltioft In Dubolrt waa oarly In tho Senate In consultation with Senator Platt who had tho bill In ohargu With Judg ment which has Senator IMatts handling of both Territorial ad mission bill ho declined to proposition and loft tho Democratic side of the Senate full Hold for opposition without obstruction Senator Vanco of North Carolina made the only oxlundod speech In opposition lo tho measuro Ho opposed It us u partisan under tho cloak of philan thropy The Mormons hu said are Demo crats nearly every am of Lhom and thoro foro tho republicans disfranchise tholr enemies In the God Senator Vance did not refer to tho Supremo Court decision upholding tlio Idaho test oath and at resinned Vils seat In tho meantime Senator Cullorn had been oalled to tho chair Thoro was a rnaineiittt pauso every otio oxpuctirig fur thor dobato In au Instant Sonalor Cul lorns voice rang out Aro there any amendments to be offered If not tho bill will bo roponod to tlio Sen ato und read for tho Milrtl timo Is tho rwuly for tho question In anothor second tho bill was put upon ifcn final passage by a viva voco voio aixl declared passed without division Dolegato jumped from bis seat Hhook hands cordially with severalSonators and rushed oxoltoilly for tho telegraph olllco to wlro tlio aniiouiicamout to frloiuiii In Tlio Senate rusuniod Its monotonous drono as Senator VlaM out and cordially with tho Idaho If I had replied to said Senator LMatt the dekifo mijrhfc have latrod all I people of Idaho would appre ciate prompt action hotter than sot And you are quite said Thibuls and you will have tho thanks of the poopio of Idaho for your ublo nituiugometst of their Admission Senator Cullom mot THIS TUUIUNK pondont In tho hall Ho had a broad grin diffusing Itsolf his face und laughed Koodnnturodly us he said How do you like mo as a prosUHns olllcor ou a Territory Admission bill It ooitUl not avo boon dono hotter Son replied your correspondent Tho rapid way in which tho bill dually rail roaded through shows the wisdom of tho Senate in appointing you Chairman of tho Interstate Commerce I said tho Senator that Frod Ihibols Is happy and bo has reason to bo T havo laiown him from boyhood and a more honorable upright onwgotlo and capable youngrnnti has novor llnoia Tho of Idaho Is vory lurtftily a personal suoouss to him Ho has worked faithfully and untiringly for the ad mission of his Territory has mado friends everywhere both In tho Uouso and Senate and has fought auoli an opou and above board fight that bo huscompoUod admiration ovou from thoso who woro politically op posed to him It is a matter of personal gratification to rno that I havo been ublo to do something In hastening tho dual result not duly on account of tho loyal citizens of Idaho but also on account uf a friend whom I havo known Croro childhood and who Is one of tho cleanestcut and ablest lieprti gentivtives I ovor saw from tho Delegate Dubols was tho center ot con gratulations this afternoon Many mem bers of the House and Senate flookeil around him to express tholr KrfttMention To THE TIUIUTSB correspondent ho said It cameso quickly at tho closo that I hardly know tho child was born Of course I am gratified beyond expression It Is the end of a long strujwlo and a hard fight anil on thnb account there is a fooling of rollof which I can hardly express Thoro will bo bonfires and iu Idaho tonight but will be no ouo who will be so bappy and so gratified as ruysolf I shall tlu President and ask him on behjdf of tho poopio of Idaho to sign tho hill on tho 4th of July tho anniversary of American Independence and a dato which if IIP to my wlshoy will bo doubly cele for years to como lu the Territory noon to become a State which I feel hon orod in I shall leave for tho West as MJOII bill becomes a law and when homo shall be to convey In person to the neoplo of Idaho roy vory warm recognition on their account of tho Senators and Congressmen who havo assisted mo In securing this re sult I especially wish to convey through you to THE LAKE Tunurxs that groat admirable and unsurpassed exponent of loyal American Ism iu tho West aud tho uti gworvlag friend of Idaho in all its Interests for many years my thanks for Its ottom ou bftuftlt ot my Territory and to say that tho people of Idaho are not ungrateful and do not easily forgot their Ho conference has yot boon appointed by on the Wyoming bill and the probabilities aro that Idaho will be admit ted several days before Wyoming AT KOISE CITY July glad news of the admission of Idaho reached its capital town a little after 2 In half an hour tho town was oov WORLDS FAIR MATTERS TJIJ3 1JY TllK VJS Tho Lnlco Jrront Sito Tendered to the Forry CiltlolHos tho Looal OonimlsrtlotierH ut tho Kacos with bunting and all tho bolls were jjnglng their merriest peals while patriotic captain Coates was firing fortyfour guns ft salute from the parade grounds of the ami evening have given up entirely to glorification The CHICAGO July 1 TurunrfE Dispatch Kan Clirnnlde Series Tho Chl Assoolutlon of California Pioneers expressed a dosiro to pay their to tlioCitllforQia dologatlon a party ol twentyllvo each with badges rtwwlng tho duto of fho woarors arrival In California cull ml at tho Auditorium Hotel afluruoon at 50 The largo room on thu second floor had been Hocunnl and VIoolivskiontM LI do Young Comrnlsslonurti Foisytuj Latiuun of Salt Lako McUonald Duane and tho Illinois Cornmlssikmoi1 Mi1 DooiO roceivod tho party J Wurcl Ellis President of tho sixiinty said In his tlutttho plonoers dislrod to pay Miulr respects tho Cali fornia they having shown by notion HO fai1 Chat Lhoy were energetic men fiom tho Golden State aiul tho Oliloago 1lonoors wiiro proud to havo tho honor to iinHt Much and worthy roproseiita tlvus Tnoy wutii also vory glad to renew their okltiiuo relations wllli California by mooting and talking with won so rueonUy from tholr furnuir lovuly iiomo Otuor uddrusses in tho sumo strain woro made Mr do Younj mado a speech In reply tho pioneers for tho honor thoy tiiil eoiifurrud upon tlio dologatlon uolonol tojaytlio and Coinnilaulojmr Launau also spoko Mr Do Young thon Invited tho pioneers to Join In a drink and champagne was Indulged In Tho reception closod with oheors for tho Oalifunila cloiogiillon Wiilsh president of tho Chicago National lank atul Jamos W Scott of tho Heratit gnvo lust cvcmlng an elaborate at tlo Union League Club to Presi dent 1almurancl Vleolrosidontdu Young Tim diniior was glvon In thu main private banqueting room of thu club und was a very olaborulo atlnlr The tables woro tastefully liHoraiod with furtis and rosos In mUlillcui to Messrs Ialjnov and do Young Ilio list of includes tho following prominent people Governor Waller of CouiifOtlout Charles Baldwin of Chicago E st Jolin general manager of tho Uock Island road Victor P Lawson of till dally JYoics J JlcEnory and others TllK STTK SKUECTEIX OtitOAOO July Associated The local Board of Directors of tho Worlds Fair by unantnioun vote dooidocl subject to the approval of tho National Commission to hulrt fair on tbe lake front and at laekson 1nrk A Deputy Sho Iff served upon Chairman Gago a notice of an Injunction Issued at a suit of curtain abutting propertyowners on tlio lalco front restraining the board from proceeding to occupy thai ground for Worlds Ktilr purposes TUB COMMISSION rUQCHEUrNCiS Tho National Commission mot iga In this morning Ou motion oC Oominlsslonof Maa suy a resolution was passed for tho appoinlmuiit oC a spoolal oommlfeo of six to rtport upon tlio riglits duties and powers of this Commlsslou under tho act ot Congress A resolution by Strong that the compensation of mom burs of tlio Womans Auxiliary Hoard bo lixod atSfi por clay tho sumo as UomnUssIonors was referred to tlio committee On motion of Commissioner Llnsday Vrosldoiit IlSlnicr was mado a member and Qillcta chairman of tho cxocutivo coia UllLtCO Furry Utah and Ryau Dakota prossort rather earnestly on the subject of tho deUiy on tho part of tho local directors In selootlng a slto After a roouss the commltteo appointed to look Into tho tluancos of tho local organiza tion roiwtud that It had found tho funds ali right AI this juncture a committoo appointed by ft ho local board of and made a formal tondor of joint sites of Lako From aud Jackson PaVk us explained Cilse in theso dispatches Director Gage made an argument in favor of accept ii noo by the commission and after some dulatt It was made tho special order for tomorrow morning The commissioners spent the afternoon at Washington Park races and this evening Barmnus circus Against a TarifT VoriK July 2 fTniuuNE Dispatch Francisco Tho which arrived from Autvorp SunUay brought tho unusual quantity of 4750 bales of Sumatra tobacco valued at ovor This is tho largest singlecoastgnmont pounds ovor re iiuiveVl at Now York and It may have boon hurried forward in anticipation of a possible Increase In duty In fact for this reason somu cigar mauulaoiurorshavo already laid in a years IHEHT The Wricks Statue tailed Witt Imposing Ceremonies DISTINGUISHED VISITORS ATTEND Pour Governors Present James WhitcoinU Rileys oi Regret From Sher man and Memorable Event July day for tho unvolllng of tho Rondrioks monument dawned clour and hot but with a good breeze blowing and tho earliest trains began to pour crowds Into the city was early apparent that tho crowd would bo the largest over ussornbHxl in Governor Campbell of Ohio and party and Governor Hill and party of Now York ar rived yesterday and among tho earliest arrivals today are Governor Francis of Missouri About every civil und military organization in Indiana and many from Ohio Illinois Kentucky and Missouri are represented The movement which culminated today In the unveiling by Mrs Hendrleks of tho monument to her dead husbandwas anon partisan cmo which had Its inception De cember in a mooting oi ieprosenta citizens of Indianapolis of allptirtlos Tho monument stands on tho southwest corner of the Oapitol grounds Tho paraclc was formed at T oclock com posed of tho civic and military organiza tions the Governors of Ohio Indiana Now York and Missouri their stalTs and many notable public men Tho procession was a milo und half long 2 oclock Governor Hovoy called the assemblage around the monument to order and tho final exorcises of unveiling began Ac tho monument au ample theater had been erected for the disttngulshucl guests and a chorus of 1000 school children The exercises wuro opened by a patriotic song by this chorus Governor llovey then made a brief speech of welcome Judge Rand president of the Hendrlckfl Monument Association briefly reviewed this history of the monument and Rev Doan Jen ides of St Pauls Episcopal church Invoked a divine hlossinp General Syeles of Now York was then lod forward and oti behalf of Tammany Hall presented to Mrs Hondrlcks a handsome memorial wreath accompanying the pre sentation with a brief speech eulogistic of tho dead statesman Mrs Ilencjrtcks who wnsattirccl in cloop bluok with a lotifi mourning veil stepped forward midwith n doop bow and a few words which were drowned in the noise of tho crowd endeavoring to i glimpse of tho honored woman accyptocl the memorial Judge Ivuud then tookMrs ITondrloks arm und escorted her to tho base of the monument where she drew tho veil of na I colors from tho bronze figure of hor husband ainkl tho shouts of the vast throng and tho booming of tho cannon An odo by James1 Whitcomb road as follows 1TENDRTCKS JAMES WIIITCOMII dutios would prevent his uttendanco From General Sherman who said his previous en gagements for July would preclude his at tendance and from oxPresident Cleveland who said iu part It is useless I hope to assure you of the satisfaction it would affore mo to testify my respects ind affection fo your fellowtownsman joining those who will gather to his mern ou the occasion you contemplate Ill eminent public service and his faithful charge uf many and Importantofficial dutie render the commemoration of his public private virtues most fitting and proper sincerely regret that engagomen for the day appointed makes It inVpbsslbl for me to accept your in WANTED HIS OAVNCHILJX Father Curries Oif His Little Daughter but is Captured HAIfRISON N July Francisco Chronicle Stop him stop him i wont some one save little Mamie Two women bareheaded dashed through the streets of this place about noon shrieking at the top of thel voices They followed a powerful working man who wus speeding away with a child in LIs urns The man was Michael Connolly and he was abductbig his own child Tho pur suers wore the childs mother and grand IndlanaooHs i mother Within five minutes over 300 men hoys and women had joined in tho pursuit The brute will kill he swore ho would do it I know he gasped the frantic almost breathless mother assho speed along with tho fastest runner Intho crowd Ollieer Oallaghan heard tho uproar am dlu from a side street The flootfooted Oallaghan divested ofcoat and with re volver drawn fairly devouredspace in his eagerness to overtakci Connelly who heading towards the passing With a spring tho officer after firing several shots over tho fugitives1 head landed on Connellys back Thi tliftrush carried them to the river and in thoywent They were rescued child and all and llftec to the bank Connelly was locked up at tho police station He is a handsome youni fellow tin claims that the child but denies having designs on the little life Ho sawan opportunity to steal his child andcouldnt resist Mrs Connolly declares that she knew husband would drown himself and the child rather than have the little cue remain wit its mother STOPPING The Pnblio Lands of the Arid Shonlrt he Throwu Open to A gontloman in this city souw time ago wroto to Senator Toller regardlug the act of Conprcss of October 13SS sottiup aside public hinds for reservoir vied irrigating canal purposes awl of tho Attorney Generals opinion that withdrew all hiritus lu tho arid region market Yes torday tho genttunuiu ioceived nil answer to hia in which Senator Toller shows deepinterest iu having this tbius righted and expresses tho hopo that dxiring this ses sloa It will be doue Tho way it now standsi1 it Is the wheels of progress in set tling up the arid Isuitls cne syndi cate after having tiled on lands made a survey Zov a caiial to obvor some fifty sand acres of latid and jpcoplo it with a Prldt of tin find tioved of Nation Lcudiir invincHrlo most wisu oviirud nor Ilushud by Ihothrongs ucclainution Stciulfastly poisufl us n slur in thu skiosl Viitlis thnt nitrlit to us Thou cliJst muko bright U rightunliiK still till tho transcendent shine SwinTv withdrawn from us jfow tlion urt ponolioiii us Jlnloos thy douds with i glory divino Vorsod us thou wort In the lore of thonges Voiced ns u niiisior in lofty debates ThlQU was oloquunoe Historys psigos Kustlitiyly wlilsmu1 Iu vain to JiHuu there ino wondwrfiil Pnthos or tluindLTful joorgl Silonl and dutiful Scorn and tho buautlful Tribute of tremulous sobbing and tears Thine thon the meed of a peoples Loru above factional Hrunglo and frnv Still wnnnly hoinud in hourts rocoltecllon Kuurht of thy virtiies shall vanish away StHI In socurlty Kest in tho iiirity Flxud us thy towring Av undaiitwcuirini it All timo declaring Bronxo shall outbnivo not tho logftnds of level Senator Tnrplo thon dollvorodtho oration of tho day Tho speaker gavo a running review of Hondriokss lifojand concern Ing bis position during tho civil war referred to tbe letter LUuidricks wrote to sohie oi1 hisi constituents In the eighth month of the war in which be said In part 1lu regarded 5t tho duty of the citizens of Indiana to rospacO maintain tho authority of tho and to give honest and earnest support to tho prosecution of tho wiir In the piovl doncu of God it may lio brought to an honorable conclusionand theblessings of poubo be restored to the country postpon ing until that timo all controversy relating to causes and responsibilities Of the same added Turpie wore his numerous addresses to tho people In the political 1803 which was immediately preceding his election to the Senate During his term as Senator ho constantly acted and voted in aid of tho Government in every measure looking to tho suppression of armed insurrection al wuys reserving tho rightto discuss tho civil policy of tho Speaking of the reconstruction period Turpio said that Mr Hendrioks took his iu the words I desire this to bOa Uuloii In form under theConstitution and In fact by harmonyof the people of tho North atulSouth that at the close of the war there were nc State Govern ments In the Southern States The Consti tution of a State once admitted becomes part of tho compact Pdeny that the people State havo a right to de stroy its and thusceass to bo within tho Union I douy that p conven tion Legislature or any other assembly whatever can voluntarily termiuatci the existenceof their State Government and thus cut off their comlectlons with the Fed A PUIiPIT SCANDAL A Handsome Young Dusliing Sisters Etc MINNEAIOLJS July Francisco Chronicle There Istrouble in the Strangers Church in West St Paul Tho pastor tho Rev Dr Roberts has resigned and his resignation has been accepted bub the church has M fused to give him letters of recommendation Itailcnmo about throughtwo women tors aud both members of his The two aro very dashing One has already flgurefl in socJal clraniia Tlio other is married but Is frec anfl oasy In hor especially toward young Dr Eobfirts Tho partiality of the sisters for tho handsome soou became an object ot oommeijtinthb chiuch wasnt very longbefbrethoro was trouble Things oamo to a crisis last a council rncriibors was hold The1 ses sion was a stormy one In lUiidst of the deliberations there came a with out a shrill feminine my into tho came the admoni tory shriek Greatly startled the elders stared at the window whence cam o the sound There was tho faco of thooklor of tho two sisters the married DUO She looked scornfullyover the assemblage and then The pastorsdefenders were In a decided min ority It was decided to Dr Robertas spiritual guidance and hisresig nation was aocopted in a twinkle Then some one moved that a recommen dation be given Dr Roberts Tho remarks which followed wore racy In tho extreme but Dr Roberts did not got his letter Tho doctor declines to talk The Strangers Ohuroh is Congregational THE TOPEBS MOURN oral from tho said Turpie very day aud hoar of its utterance wus rejected with every epithet of reproach It was beaten sub merged by large majorities both H6usos of Congress decried as surrender to the enemy Hendrickslived to see this principle ouoo so much denounced universally approved to see this policy of lidopted these tenots and bo the thelpudby ifs highest tribunal the Supremo the Webster be styled the expounder of the Constitution the old Constitution with its half truths and comprornises upon all subjects those named therein H6ndrleks may bo called the expounder of tbo kuownas the the other will be the reconstructionlst of the age true an interpreter ofthe Constitution as amended nature tcr of lished amid the and of the lemhafctled host had died rAt thecouolusion of l u remarks were v by class of citizens has jailed a halt to await andafterrene an assurance that they will bo permitted to j assemblyad t tltleto tho Andi the jinany cases similarly Letters of regret u perfect thin Is 1 Presideiit Hjurrisoni1 The Mother Fount of Mountain Dew Hns Dried LONDOV July Dispatch San Francisco Oironicle Edmund Tatos cables the York Tiibunc There Is a wailing among toddynmkcrs from Ba dcnah oven unto the coast of Moray and the Firth yea the whisky drinkers who are connoisseurs of a tipple from Lands End to John exceedingly sad and re fuse to bo for alas the mother fount of real mountain dew has dried tip Natisihb is left but theashes of the distillery of vat the oldest of all distilleries of Highland whisky and the only a history A century ago the Highlands swarmed with illicit stria whose produce the smuggling makers sold Into thoWuthCOim try So strong wore they that the gaugirs not enter the glens everi de tachments of soldiers were roughly tmudled The king of whisky smugglers was Big George Smith of Glenlivat a man as stal wart as ho wasfoarleos All sudden Siuith abandoned out a warrant for a licensed distillery secured a sito from the Duke of Gordon and betook himself to honest add lawful As valiantly as he had faced thegaiigors and soldiers he confronted his old smuggling allies now bitter enemies Once spite pf Smiths pistols they burned ises but nothing diiun ted Smith reljiiilt them From the earliest days untilonow Glenlivat whisky always topped and a descendant ol Blg George has been in possession AN Mexican SoldiersiAttaclcea by Ban dits from the American Slide SAN ANTONIO July Francisco There is tonight oveHR bloody attack Mexican soldiery number of Mexican fliti usterers who started from this side of the Kio Adispatcli from San Juan Sabinas Colonel NlcavoValdez says that the colonel had been notified that a company of iiandlts were makirigfor the interior pf Mexico He put his regiment of cavalry motion and started tci meet them The filibustered had ambusli ed atPolaf ox and before the troops Svero presence they had ppened their Seven cavalrjmen killed by the chiiTgeiand rtwenty wounded soldiers were panic strlckeni and bandits turnedaboutj and v escaped lij1 It is tearedthat serious plications may arise a of ihebat although tneaiuthpritles nothing whatever of New Ypricsfeoveirnor TaUcBPqlltici i noiNeer portant OTer held in believe the law abiding people of thisVq try would submit to to further o tho kind being perpetrated by tho Kepuhll can Congress Governor Hill stated thnt the Eeppublicans were preparing now to sprieg a fraudulent census on the country It was especially the intention of tho Re publicans to discriminate against the South ern States Jii order to further iheir ends Discussing ou tho tariff question tho speajier said the Democrats Vworo not free traders They simply favored an equitablo the present excessive tariff on the necessaries of life Tho Democratic partysstaud on tho tariffcould not but commend Itself to the people of tho Repub lic Bloody shirt campaigns were re ferred to as contemptuous The distinguished visitor closed with the declaration that Democratic success was assured throughout the country if tho ad herents to time party would keep Indiana in the coluam where she belonged Tho Storm Kings Itong Voyage LONDON July Kano formerly lu command of tho British manofwar has been appointed captain of tho A telegram Is received announcing that the life boat Storm which sailed from here to Capetown and from tho latter place to Albany West Australia has com pleted her long voyage in safety She ar rived ut Albany today IK THE FIELD OF SPORT THE PACIFIC COAST MIDDLEWEIGHT DECIDED OConnor Admits That He Was FitS of Valuable terdiiys Itaces und Games SEATTLE July Bogan and H S Mullln of San Francisco fought with last night before the Seattle Athletic Club for the middleweight championship of the Pacific Coast Bogan was knocked out In the thirteenth round OCONNOR GIVES UP STONKY July the oarsman admits that he was fairly beaten by Stans bury yesterday Ho declines to make fur ther matches in Australia Tho Races CHICAGO July Park of a wonr Miss Hawkins Virgin third Time Mileand a Stone won Du Nave second two starters Time Eriglewood stakes threeyearold fillies F won English Ladysecond Flyaway third Time and an won Busi ness second Mora third Time Threefourths of a mile heat Lakoview won Abilene second JScstacy third Time view won Abilene second Susie S Third Time Throefourths First won Churchill Clark tiecond Bettina third time won Churchill Marobma third time Third won Marchma second time SHBEISHBAD BAY SmiispsriJSAD July Futurity oourso about tjbrecfourtha of a Plicouix wou second dead heat between BonOlophe and Druidess for third place 35 M lie an voritura colt Watterson third Tiiiio Milo and an Gray won Sor rento Barrister third TIuio Milo and won Wil fred third Time Futurity Barry olinescoond Matugorda filly third Timo Mile and a fourth on won Little Jim seconfi Barrister third Time 1TOUU HIGHriUOET HORSES LBXINOTON July Dispatch Sau Francisco ChronldA A Ragsdalo of Chirksvllle has bought of A J Alexander Spring Station the following joung trotters Keelection raycolt by Electioneer dam Lady Bus soil by Pilot EUgo bay filly yearling by Pistachio brother to dam Elect by Electioneer by Kysdyks Hamblctoniah Russell ahostmit filly three by Lord brother to Maucl dam Elect by Messenger Du Eoc second dam Green Maid by SayresHarry Clay Tuberose bay seven by Nutwood dam Mossrose by Woodford Mambrino second dam Primrose by Alex anders Addallah While Mr Eagsdalo wishes the price kept It is known ho paid about for tho four Tho Western Association KANSAS CITY j Kansas City Minneapolis Sious DCS St The CHICAGO The local lirotherhuod club easily defeated Philadelphia this afternoon Both pitchers wore iitted hard 1100 02 1 0 61 00 0 0 02 5 Batteries Furrt11 HulJingtoii aud Cross Tho Plttsburg loci1 BroUwrhood team acain defeated the Bostous by hard batting aided by he visitors wretched tieldiug Attendance J300 003 21 Boston 0 5 0 fl PlttVburg 19 Boston 0 Pitts burg 4 H BaUerJcs Tcner niidCar roll Eadboiirneand Jturphy CalTucy aud Gumburt J CLEVELAND v Leagiio and Brotherhood games postponed to day Rnin BUTFALO The Bisons a bard batting game from Brooklyn today Attendance 300 I 00 013 0 5 10 Buffalo 16 13 Errors Buffalo 1 Brooklyn 5 Kiele aud Dlark Vnn Hiilirfcrt aud Jatthews and The National League The local League butted hard today and badly New rork in tho fleld was very discreditable Attend nce 2 1 4 1 21 2 316 0 2 12 NewlYprk miin audDecker for Pi Jurkett Buckley and Clatkefor 2sTew York game this afternoon wassharply inability tobat Rhiiics ost tuam the game Attendance i 0 0 0 0 iO 0 0 1 Rhinesand CHIC AGO ShePhiladeiphia League teism game wilducss At 0 0 HOWIE Terrified By the Prospect of Honest Elections THE BLACK MAN FULLY DISCUSSED Tho Idaho Admission Bill Passed By the Morgan Introduces a Bill to Prevent Mor mons From Acquiring Public Lund N July The Houseresumed consideration of tbe Federal Election bill the pending amendment being that offered by Lehlbach providing that tbe Chief Su pervisor of Election for each judicial dis trict of tho United States shall tufce such action as is requisite to secure snch super vision 3n every Congressional district HS is provided tho laws of tho United States Consldejablo discussion followed Hitt sarcastically twitted the Demo crats for denouncing tho bill and then rush ing pellmull in support of a proposition which nmdo the provisions of the measure instead ot voluntary Stouo made argument against the bill The men who thirty years ago wjth rifles in baud fought to destoy tho autonomy of the Nation were no niore guilty of high treason than men assembled under tbe nmrMo arches and dome of this Capitol who were seeking und plotting to destroy the autonomy of the States Finally on a rising vote Lehlbnchs amendment was rejected Tellers were de manded and tho amendment lost 138 to 132 Ileinphill S offered an amendment eliminating from the bill the provision for United States boards of canvassers and providing that from tho returns of tho Supervisors tho Chief Supervisor shall tabu late and forward to the Speaker of the to be submitted by him to the House the results na they appear therefrom in each Congressional DisUict under his juris diction lu which this uctbas been in force Mills pointed out the dangers which would arise from the application of tho law Suppose tho House was Demo cratic by twentylive majority and was so showed by the certificates of the various Governors suppose the Supervisor certllicd twentyfive majority tbe other way and tho Clerk of tho House acted upon this cer tificate what would be the result The gentleman not to forget that this was an AnsloSnton race That race had always been jealous of Its rights and bold to assist them and never counted the cost of doing so Oaruth asked what hau party done for tho negroes At tho closcof the war they were shelterless and it gave them no shelter they were hungry and it fed them not they were naked and id clothed Uiotii not When they attempted to save for a rainy day tho Repub lican with the organized Prccdrmius Bonk stole the first fruits of their labor Dolllvcr believed tho time luid oome when tho Uepublinjinparty must discharge notonly its but its duty to tho American people and ho trusted that tho liepiiblicau party would stand as one man for the sanctity of American citizenship Mason said the Republican party had given the feet to walk with and no board orplank to walk on The South counted tbi nopro when the census was The South counted him as a voter and tho Republicans proposed to do him justice nov aud let him vote Wilson W said that there never had been and never could bo any bill which would strike a more dangerous blow at the very elements mid foundations of gov ernment The gentlemen dared not strike at tho freedom of tho press but they did attempt to strike down the freedom of rep resentation iu the House Buttervrortb presented tho conferencere port ou the legislative appropriation bill and the House voted to adhere to its non concurrence in the Senate amendments re garding Senators clerks etc Dodge offered anamendment to the Elec tion bill providing that as soon as the cer tificates of the board were made public any person who was a candidate for election may by a motion before the United States court having jurisdiction In the district con tho correctness of the certificates made by the board aud demand au examina tion and compilation of the retains there turning officersshall produce before the circuit court all tho icports tick ets and all evidence on yhich it acted in advance in the the circuit shay thereupon determine and Certify the person showed o be entitled to tae certificate aison amendment provid ing that if there be an appeal 1iom the de cision of the States Board of Can vassers to tho circuit court the Clerk of tho House shall place on the rol as Kepresnt utiveelect tho name of certified by said court as entitled to the seat i amendments were agreed to HeinphiJls amendment was then lost y ers137 uays lii LeMback N and i Cbendle Republicans voting with the Democrats moved to strike out section iS which changes the last section so as to place selection olj jurors in the hniids of the coons Adopted yeas 1JO FtJinV voted wih 13 mo car 1i the Tiicicol ofivtkl an tiiut when HII for the is i he CiiUif Supervisor lay 1lie Circuit The courtHhalifix a day coUidoration set forthin giving teu days on v tbe heuria the iWof the n ion tha t a lair and not be held that there la the court shall1 the application In passing upon application of ihe Circuit Court phall Associate with liim the of tbb Distrior Court nd unless concur In the appli cation it shall be dismisva and no further Pending a vote the Y to recede from its amendmonfa by a vote o 24 to 10 result of was that unless the Senate or House bucks down tho lative Appropriation bill falls a now bill will have to bo reported the mill A motion to rcoousidor tlio of tho SOGUW however wis made by jus cock and entered Roagau addressed the Sonuto in of the bill introducedby him to prevent tho transportation of merchandise m opna through ports ami territory of the UuitcU States into Mexico aud to restore that ilege whenever tho free 20110 between tno two countries is abolished At tho close of his soooch tho Senate wont into executive session and soon adjourned Rhody tTFour Hundred Shookcd PKOVIDESCE R July TRIBUNE Dls Sun Francisco Chnmiclf Sorlos NVolls a gilded youth of 30 has eloped with losso Arnold asod 14 gono off to Now York to get married Thoro is a hubbub among little Khody s four hundred over what they term a uiosal Ten days apco a prtimonndo piven by Brown Uuivorsity youuc nifl5 Miss Jesse and thivuro strnlphtway fe desperately in love Wells proposed tho sinu ovenius and was accepted The youih fulnos of thocouplo prevented their sot tiuR united legally in this State heuoo their lUsht to New York Papa Wells is in hot pursuit An Irish Family Poisoned July 1 wife and four young NO im FOR POLY6AMISTS children of James OConnor member of editorial staff of thu Vnfted rflaiui have been fatally poisoned Point a watering plaoo in the county of Dublin by fiating plcklod child and servant who also ate of the mussiMs wcro prostrated but arc now ottfol1 danger HLtED A THE DEED IN TWE HOKSE CWESK CODNTBV White Caps jVurdor Man for Courting a Chiougo Bunker Ar Tramps CnEYiyxB Inly to a cowpnuchor was killed on tho Lower Horse crock yester day afternoon by a ranchman John Knapp Tho sccno of viic killing is 100 miles from this place aud half of that distance from a telegraph oliice of tho alYair cannot bo learned Knupp Hod to tho west and Sheriff Martin has a dozen mmi after him A Bill Prohibiting Homestead and Other Entries in Wyoming EDMONDSS UTAH BILL CALLED OP Important Irrigation Amendments Publio Dobt Stato Wanted for Ijiiioof Battle mMicxican Claims THK RAWLINS July to who shot and killed MeKarlund a hoariug tqdny and was bound over to wait the of the grand jury formurder in the degree MoFur laud is the lirst colored person to be buried hero A AVJ1IT15 CAl MUKDHR hily Dis Francisco Chroriiflc The dead body of Minschaw was found lying lu tho middle of therowl this morning near the balls wcro found one having pierced tiiohwnrt and the other his body The murderer set firo the victims clothing foot prjnrs showedtltmiseveral men were im pl Ion tod Some ti m o 11 goH i a White Cup better ouiipaying to acertalnglil and it was while retuniiujr from a visit to his sweetheart that ho was murdered A VKD TO THE VIENNA Tnly Owners of a traveling show which included in Its animals a number of hours airested at Tienscliin Hungary on a charge of murdering i tramp and throwing his body tlie bears TOOK A BUNDLE AKD LKjrC July Benson bookkeeper of the Scimdia Bank has been missing since Wcdndny On tho ovening Df his disappearance he entered1 tba safe and took SifiOO and has not been seen since Ho was much The oauso of tho deed isunknown Ho left a wife and two children in a comfortable home A CHICAGO BAMCER ARRESTED CHICAGO July P Packer ex president of the National was arrested yesterday ou complaint of tho United States District Attorney some irregularities discovered by tho bank examiner Sn the matter of certifying to checks for which there were no lands in the bank Ho was arraigned today uud held in S5UOO bonds to the United States grand jury Packer has resigned tbo presidency ss as the cashier TJHCEY WAST A XtOAD WASHINGTON Jiily JifTbe Senate bill to authorize of school in tbe oriicoryof of btfyiiDlicschbolsi was passed a which vas re f cruerti io the Pub ic providing thnt perdon any of lauds iofthe United in or Bother laws a bijja mist or People of American Torlc and Alpine Want Easier to tho City DITOK You have already no ticed tbe efforts ol thccltlzcAsot Alpine and American Fork to open a highway to run directly north to Salt Lako City To one and growing section of our Territory desewes morotlian a passing By crossing the hill and Intersecting the main fare beyoud a distance of about eight miles 5s It is a of Importance to this city and substantial encouragement should be promptly gi ven to push the work to speedy conipletion One of the great ad vantages SaltLake City has over many other places is the rich which siiriomids itand it Is but ordinary sagacity on of our business men to put forth every necessary to make it tributary Nothing advertises tho Intelli gence and prosperity of a community more than its highways and from the time when it was saJUOf the City all roads lead to o true policy of every metropolis bus been tf make it the center towards which Mroads and to do Itssbare iu making them easily traveled American Iork Is the of an country of gtKstr fertility extending north five milesto Alpine its products to some extent brought to this notwithstanding the present dis advantages and a shorter routei would facilitate and increase trafliC withthifj populous and can not be gainsaicl It would bring the rich aud iuractive Ainoricaii Fork caon and the beautiful Utah lake tho fresh waier west oftho Kockies within an eay drive from is cl a nd in aJone Would bo a paying Wblle thousands of being and advertise ou it riot a wise policy to join Jrands with our neighborsand help inppenlng this new trade and travel SALT LAKE TniBcnn 517 Fourteenth Street WASHINOTON n July 1 Senator Morgan introduced a bill to prevent Mormons from acquiring publw lands in Wyoming Ho tbo chV franchlseniout of tho Mormons in IHiih antl Idaho would undoubtedly TO soil their property in Torritotios uul flood Wyoming with families whoso mom male and woo Id be cju powered to vote EDMUNPSS TJTAW KTUO Senator Edmunds called up hia bill for and rcapportioning Territoryof Utah and making varUms Ter ritorial oflioers appointive by tho Governor by and with tho consent of the I tuli Com mission Tho section empowers tho Commission at its discretion to cause a now registration of voters Tho bill was formally laid aside but will be pressed to an oi ly vot e 3K1UGATION The Senate Committee on PublicLands has Senator Paddock to offer an amendment sundry civil bill cutting dfuvn appropriation for irrigation sur veys iu tho to Tho amendment jilso coustruoa tho acts of iSSS providing fonthe arid lands and their withdrawal from anything but entry by providing that tho tba shall only apply to reservoir and sites and shall not lucludo entire of country ublo utulor tbo surveys contemplated ATintOVEO Bt T1I13 IltGSIDHKT WASHINHTON July Tho Presiciout approved tho Naval Ap1 propriation bliithe Invalid Pensfou Appro priiition bill the PoRtolHco bill and tbo jointroKOhition providing tern pornrily fur tho esiiendlUires of theGov crnmont HARftlSON OS MBXrCAS Tho President toOoBr t between purouent ofState and thoStosicitn men concerning OM citizens loWivo thefr blaiiits for lands AriKonn aud New Mexico coded to thof United aud firm t0 her citizens those valid grants werojiccuiwii by trojilyyand tho Jong which has Httciuled the discharKO pf this duly has given just cause for complaint Tho cuUrw community where these hirgra claims exist and indeed all our people arc Interested in the early and final buttle iucut of them No groator incubus can upon tho of i poopio or tho develop metit of a new country than that resulting from unsettled Tbe necessity for legislation is so evident urgent venture to express a hope that rclJef will be given at tho pro out session of A meeting of tho the Silver bill is called for tomm row Tho Navy Department a clrcu lar inviting proposals for the building ot tnrco 8500ton coast ships to excluaivo of not nsoro tho term besides guns and amnninition all armor of turrets shields tubes directly tho yrotectlou of guns all parrs of tbo vessels to mCEttc maybci H under two classes forthe construction of tho wnole vessel accordlug to tho Depart juent pana and spociHcatlons and for construction of or oiachin ery or both according to plans and cations to bo submitted by the bidder TrlH OWO SAIi PACKAOB JtlNOniTTTc EopreaoatatSvo txxiaj sub vV roittcdltho minority report dissenting from the VJ3WS of thomajority of the Commltteo r on TudlJary upoa the bill intended as substitute for Original ago bill JTo surrender Iho exercise of the J power of Congress to regulate commerceto the legislatures of theriovftral States report urguod ia to defeat the niafu of its creation This is a vice Scnaxct bill It is a OH the Itseclis to undo the inost iruportatit that the Union was Congress can define tho original package In which Intoxicatlns liquors can Into a Such a legislative i would at once render impossible llshment of socalled voriginal saloons the only serious evil which can possibly arise out of the recent decision of tho Supremo Court AN EDTJCATIOSAI Kejjresentatlvo ODonnell man of the HOUSP Cbmraitteo on today reported tho Educational Aid similar in its provisions to the Blair Committee portedthat unable to asree1 j in unce s j speecniyrtne adhere j S The penver ball players arrived last a trifle tbed but pleased with theuusurpassevi sceneryja3obg tbe Western the p Square wbcn thev two as follows tlie Border batting order v v PositSonsi public debt statement fa ending June 30th 1 Debt on which interest has ceased since principaland tercsfc Debt bearing no interest Total debt less available cash Net cash in Treasury Debt loss cash in Treasury July so of debt during Decrease of debt eincc June Toial cash in Treasury Treasurers general accos at Has Francisco official 11 Ayl o i i vGoW n K   

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