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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING OK OTHER l IN THE CITY COMBINED I ILL i THE MOST EXTENSIVE AND BEST MEDIUM I IN THK MOUNTAIN REGIONS VOL 23 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MOSNI2sG JULY 3 1890 HIMIHI i i m TUC CWI PiiQQ nC ifUSlf strongly urjjc inb LhWSo uAoo Ul lOAnu ntww ABANDONED TO THE FLUMES and favorable iuj consideration and Dcicgaic Ifolniis Finds iiiwsplf Bunked Great adequate appropriations to riit into tUfcct in attention to what Is aiil m tin subject in his annual iiiesMigu J THii SITU ACCEPTED Tho IjnJco Front ami JacJtHOn UK WoiMn Ktir July Worlds Fair Na WHAT HE DID FOR HIS TERRITORY tional Commission formally iiircipicfl joint silo consisting or the i Lake Kroiit iLiui Iark as tho loea i Mini of Uif Columbian ICx position by a vote of Ttbii IftrcjoJffl Out to f if toil Tills conclusion was not reached HcrJjborH Idaho u i witlimn MKHII In fact when UK1 cmiif up thu of loiiion is ollircd by local Board of Mifmixl to number about as the advMiitc of it Various rcsolnlloi Hm nvitod inntetl Thf the LAKK TiitnaNr JUrrtKAr WArilllNtiTON Illly IHOO I Idaho Ill wu odii the SpiTjikcr and Irctkltjnt of unl Milit it oner to tho UdiiM Mils Har rison Mnt fur ami itikid him whether he havo any to the bill a lnw tfjmoiTiiw The new arc I mUlcfl Ui iltiK un the llrnt Fourth succollig Mm of the to tin admission hill If you waif iinll Inly Hh for my you refiHy wait ont yiiufor Idulms to fimlc but I inn willing yinii1 Ddlegiito HulKils at onco wired Governor Phiiiffioii luil hurl not received his juiHWer it li lain liOtir overIrvg Is a srrong that the bill will beeomo a law Idaho will then bo a Stale arid Oubols from that moinfriit a Tonights iVritln a new organ do voted n column to Mr rucurd which was alOfie for provtuitinj tlio din Itlahri and In tho largest jios Hllile dpgroti for Itft admission as a Stato ft ulds At tho tlmo or ttio election I not even tho moxf siuigiiiiin porsDri flmumul that iho ciuosilon or tiiiMlisrrnsmUirlnic of Tdalm Htitl tins ainiixuliori of the parts to Nevada and WaMhlngtou wfniid bo dead No It was hoped Unit the Mormon prcililom so far as Jduiio ioiicminid would bo solved and the Mormons Im unclor con trol That united Itlaho would lie Ifito Jiiion of Siutos so soun OH IStlO wns not ovun ihougut ofor wtiggtnUKl That nil MitngA havo xmo to Kissi In purl ilio alnllly tho discretion and the iinllrlng tmwgy uf Air Hubolh The Mur inons of fdfilio iitimoroiis and stiiingly to tho dopfmiisor thulr religion tht niOiO ospuoliilly polygarny They wore ro IhiMo as In it monaofi to good Kovoriimcirit nntl thoir suproinivcy would biivo luien an ollculual bar Wr Dubols lod light ugalnst thu pollM eiiUldo of thlH Institution which ininglort polities and religion In oiiual In Idaho and In Cougress tils position has ooen porslstcnt oonsistout and ludefuLlgablo Thu rusull luiH boon tho oblitnnitlon of this olwtacle wlneo tho Supremo Court of tho UulHid has alllrrmxl thu tlonallty of Iho Iri daho Consti tution whloh llsfriinelilHOs tho When tho present Mr ruhols look priimiit steps looking toward tho admission of Idaho Perhaps tho highest tribute to Ills linM and skill us u Icglnlator llus In Mio simple fael that Sena tor from iui nrlvodiite of tho dlvl hiou Of Idaho and tho annexation of a part of It to Ills own Stato luwmiu ouo of roost earnest frJomls of the admission of uis dlvldod Idaho as a State Added to this Is tbo further fad Mmt tho people of Northoru Idaho onit praetleally a unit In fuvor of aunexivtlon to Wusiihigtou and for whlob they hud labored for have boon dur ing this Coiigruss UU most xealous sup port In the ucil aidtious glo for slNduiiooc Mr ln bnls is i young mau being only In his your He Is u Vale and a man of Indusirlnus iuid nf great of oliarnetor U lias fiUluii to tho lot of but few TerritiMlal Delegates to rtiutier such to tiielr Ter ritory and tlio a as Mr Dubols luis I Idaho am people fu this respurt lu hears a rosem blxnee to Lewis Iass who boon me with MUliigan when It was bu I iv sparsely populated Territory tuil who remained her Chief public nprrseututivo from that time untll the day uf his tlouMi hall nooutury A WOMANS RIGHTS KKQUKST WAstitNoroN hily National Ameriean Uouiaus Assiieiiitiosi through lane II Mie treasurer the National Union i Ahuu Uilliii bomler superintendent of ami potl lions called upon IresiUent tn day and asked him lie bill provid ing for lie ot Wynmiug mi the 4tii of lulv The bill provides for nolltieal equality without of and oxprosslvo of the of tin JiiitivMual coiiMiiiriSlonors otferid but after tho commission hul Untuned to a detailed explanation by thf u wtm taken on the prop fif iiceupt thu site as tendered wltb thr above given thn miiUeioaniO up a communlca was received from tho National Dairy iiNkltiif that such Hpeoial con bo Klvcn to that Interest as Its financial magnitude warrants A resolution that n frominlttco on Interest bo ap pointed was referred to tho Committee on DIVERGENCE OF VIEWS TlfE iKK NOTHING Shcrjnnii rind OlHfcriirtlon Intn Hint IfCfiWUrc VVUl 1IroujfM Uliilco ThtMU Too tho Murk TltJlMJMK BurilSAU 1 T FourtCHiiilh Si rout r D July 1800 Cniilerenro Coniriiittee on the Silver hill held u iiieoMiiK of an hours letlKth this cnoriihii and udjimriiod on aeeount of tho the momboiv of tho Mouse who dosifod to be tho final contest oventhe Fedcnil ISluotloii bill Nothing was juieomplishinl cxcepr to bring out a wldo opinion anoiiB conferens Sfiuitdr Harris wus firm for true coinage and Slimman for tho Wlndoni hill On tho House side Ultiml and Walker of setts occuiiled relatively tho sarno positions Soualor loiios auil Roiiresonliitlvo Conger showed a disposition u oiuices compromise No vote tiiken mid Mm conforcnco iidjuiniod until liinioriow SoiuiMnShorman and Walker aio to ho the obstruc tion lsts iitid a stmiij is now In prog ress in Iheiii to too tho mark KnouKh llopuhllan Sonatois will probably a roiiuest to Shorman to voice tlio wishes of tho to compel him to lay ufildo personal andMr Wulkor niiiflo to uiifitirsliiiul thtit he waft put on tho to riilhef than to obstruct legislation If OoiigresK iKljoiirns ovor until Monday It is Impiwsllile that an agreement will bo reached utid reported until noxt weolc AN OlSlJlSSlON WASttiNfrrON July Tho odiifenns on tho Silver bill met this wornltitf ami spent tin hour discussing the diVeriicos slio two houses Thoy Mipimitod at noon havlnp eorno uo con clusion It Hitid Mioro were three proposl Linns presented for ooiisldoration The eonfuiios adjoiirnod to rndefc tomor uicufuw The House conferees to the a oojiy of hill as It passed that body and this formed the basis ot whatever discussion look placo A throat piMtlonof tho tlmo wus spent In a Konoral talk upon the No definite proposi tion was before themTho conference was sal Isfactory lit Ms tone am tendoncy to tho silver members FOIUCIGX NEAVS Kill Of July In honor of on the Republic In iowivtlon with events for ihi day U nlveuily Tt is tinintention to havo tinUyoiniui and Idaho bills otit t Muy Ioiiu ihe IriMUnt will puss tho Fourth Hud roqnost him U their tluro McKinloy Kill African Atfrcftmeiul Denounced LONDON July Sim lansro ChnwMc yet noinovomont has boon made among the London oxpirtors an agitation Is aliout tc ooiumeniid In the provinces naalnst the TarltV under the duty on nuintifactureH will be inrreasod HUo ill pincent Sheffield Is the Uiid iu tho movement Its exports of iiithry to llio United States bolng u1 The Mayor o I Sliitllold Is to ho ro prosido over n town meothnj to omUwui tbe provisions ol i ihibill South Wales nml are to ullow suit M Is a divided sonsa tion hriv ovir tlu statemont of Sonior Kob Irdo that Mn live Liberal liavoluun In power reals of public monoy were stolen by A VKSDKTTA ATHENS Inly It is ropurud horo that a binid of thirty refugees havirouirmcl to I lundiil on tho Inland armed with rillis and to rany out a vcndotta i tinMohamiiUMlan oppressorsof thii mi Thoy have already four Musii hi tins In pursiiit of thoir rovoiijre uiu tboir work is only that a and bloody i vondoita will bo wicotl avaitist tho Turks I i S Inly i At vtsionlays bancjuet Herr i said IrlnvelUMiiarvk declared that ho wnnlu luvor have siurh a troaty as KOK LOGAN was ninii Ituh A POSTMIiTUKS nfttod a poMinistross fov iutis INVITKO Tho Soc rotary of the Navy l Dday Issued a oiriuhir 1or tho oon striiction of a pivtvtml oruiser of tons displacomeiit ut a cost of arma nitn of not loortthan AN AKMY CLAIMS liCLINO The Second Comptroller f tho mudo a rullns loduy adverse to the claims of several thousand army otliiir till AllZloOlTlllilll Tin1 ivjwl uo iui of the air unauiiuiMU llaCologne Thirtytwo Bodies Left in the Barn ing Ccal Mine A SAD DAY AT THE HILL FARM The Heroic Keecuers ro Abandon the ScnrcliThe Collins Sent Widows riiKl Seventyseven Orphans in DrrxtsAH Dispatch Fruncisco ChrnnirJc diiyw utid a half have olapscd n of gas set to tho Hill 1nrrn inino Hopu find ivork uUdndonod lust cvcnlns at G oclock and the ashes of thirtytwo im prisoned moti may rest beneath Dunbar hill tlil tho last day shall come Tonight tho caskets which wore so carefully and secretly carried m to tho rniuo wero as quietly brought bfiok So wero the Ktrotchors and bUnkcts and motliniuos brought to the Krouml by physicians l The oxploiiuj party started Into tho mine at 3 oclock and when they came out tho HUH was Kolui down Throe of thorn wont to within a Iow huiHIroil yards of tho sub terrauouii liro and IDUIH the dinner buuk dts of two men and thoir They wero nouvly overcomq by heat and blue It damp atKiit was only by the most extraor dinary olVorts thai they got out alive Wlnm party in wore placed till the entry In tho inoniinp tho rcsonorsi hud boon diivon baclc from tlio Farm Hill mine by tho dense smoUo which met thorn 11 was from tlie break thoy had iniulo tlicnili ever since that tlmo u fan at the month of tlie pit hftd boen jiolnii at tho rate of eighty rovolutlons per niintito Tho pressure tlrovo bade black clouds and the advance party was able to enter the entry in comparative sufoty They wore provided with linos and as they thi hoading their instructions wero to not lot go tho cud of rope Through tho heading tolled Inspeitor Kelghlay Socrotary Wiitchom and Mining Boss HiiRh Doian The first obstacle met was a heavy fall of slate which reached nearly 10 tlie roof and over this tho throe men olimbod on their hands and knows HO me times itnd at others orawliiiRon their stomaoiis Tlioy cruwlfid and worked their way 700 feet from tho where remainder of tlio exploring party woro must anxiously awaiting thoir rotnin QTlio llro roiired In tho distance ahead of them fed by ihe air which Avaa giving litu U tho tliiou iniMi who stiiKjrored and stum bled on Added to thoir trouble was the stench of burnlns flesh But they gained most absolute and overwhelming knowledge Ujat all tho iiienwero rtojicland that fnr thor search WUH useless Thoy visited niuo phicosWhore the men worn known to have boon at work Two tin dinner pails woro founfl with tbo dinnersuntouched and but of tho tea uiul coats wore with him and a demonlike struggle took place Dunn still holding the potof load in his hand A portion of lead thrown on Isaacss clothes and a few drops reached his nock burning ono or two holes in ItAr thia juncture a had been notitled of tho state of affairs by ono of those who had tled from the building arrived at the scene His appearance sotimed to make Dunn even mono violent if possible Tbe maniac dashed up stairs turned and let fly of the lead n tlic officer The latter dodged it how drew his pistol Dunn at ouee rjiiinted down and was takcn huo custody and banclculled LONDON FranciSLo Chnnidc The conflict between the stHkinc gas workers and tho police at Lucdi yestenliiy was characterised by tho givatestdesperation on thf part of the mob Thongh the pollee were upivards of hundred they back several times by tho crowd and merci lessly polled with sticks stones bottles ami every jnnceivablo missile of the police were injured In the evening the situation beeamo so bad that troops wero summoned from York When the soldiers appeared they wero immediately attacked by tho crowd and showered with stones The order was given to charge andtbo mob foil back under the rush of troops The number of injured is large and pretty evenly divided between soldiers policemen and rioters Gnilicr unA ODuy and Urown KuighMiiid loiis CHICAGO riie local BTO berboo club took tlio tjjird coa pMMHivii iom tocUy Kiugs tbe iiiuuro lOW Clilcnuo 0 0 0 y 2 0 010 Philadeljjhia 0 0 0 J I 000 S Chi cago Philslelphiu 5 King miu Fnrrell Sanders aad Millipau Fer guson and H albert The National ON TURF AND ON DIAMOND B BREAKS A KBOORD AT WASHINGTON A Great Raco ut Shoepslioacl McAuUiVo Gamctt NMW YORK July San Francisco Chronicle Series Puri tan Athletic Club have its Inaugural giovo contest under direction of tho now manageuicHt Tho trial of skill will twoen Jack WuAuliffo the llghtweishr champion and Andy of New Orleans tho vanquisher of Billy Myur theStrenter Tho men will uontcst for purse v picked up tiurL picks avid shovels wore all lying Just as a man would drop them as ho started otton a run for bis life Ono mule WHS found doad Otshorwlso no the mencould bo found Whin i tho throe explorers stepped Into tho the lamps of members of the party they all gathered at the lower stupe to consider what should bo Away down in the darkness with only tho llanui of safety soo by tho three explorers told what thoy had met and seen Eiiih of them was of tho opinion that fur ther attempt to find tho iomiilns of the mon would bo foolhardy A sad slliiieo followed the mine Inspectors who had the nowo to push forward tho work of rescue under tho most clangorous condi tions faltered and choked as oach of thorn tried move that the work of recovery be abandoned At lust the motion was made Peter Wise tho labor loader and was tho only one who voted iigalnst tho mo tion Ho acknowledged that tho attempt was useless bub ho wanted totry onco more Secretary Watchom said it Is hard to havo to tclvo up at this point but I see for it I want to plucis myself on record by say Injr that this work of the most mag iilticotit thing I havo over The sad party then 10loci its way out of tho mine As Secretary Wjitchom and In poetor Koluiilay came Into the open air jarryliiKtholIn buckets and blouses thoro was a rush of minorsto the spot In it second a dozen mon had recognized tUo buckets and coats Meantime Snporin lendesitliill had joined the crowd Tho iipmntoiulont tiiod spoak but his voice shokod and tears stood in Spoak loudof Alt said one of tho qulot you cricfl an old leotchman etviilt jrou soo tbo lad Isover I mean boys If 1 can say said tho Is that I thank yon one and all for the support you us Thursday wfiMvill hat we promised what you earned We never pay you what you have Tho supcrinrondontbaclo his men uoodby Then camo the poodby and tho greatest aUompt at rescue in Western was ended TltK WIDOWS AND OHPI1AXS PuxiSAK Press work of smothering tho five in the Hill Iunn initio comjnencod The mine bo flooded An inquest over the bodies of the two men brought out of the slope was begun Monday What is most needed now is roilof for the widows and sevontysovon orphans of the victims There ismuch ClllLOllKK ROASTED AMVE Tuly t t H d u k iroit TitK July The stair of tlie Central Tokiiniph olliee at Londun numbering 4000 persons reiuscil to eheer fur tlio Queou ou iuvUutioii oil tho otlifijiis in honor of thy GREESSBUKO Tuly night Mrs Adain Stcinenicr store loav iiu her sick husband in becl and two chil dren ami i playing ijboufc the rooju Aftor siio loft tho lawp exploded without wavniug tinowing burning all over the onins tlio children Stelnemer jumped from the bed to tho i osaye tho children buthewas so weak ho fell upon the lloor and could not move When Mrs rotimied slio found the children literally roasted aud her hus liatul bndly burmjd Noighbovs extiu gulshcd tho flames much difficulty Tho children arc doacl Swintimor is dying and thowito ts In vcritical concHtiou ut ini nearly for longevity pay fof postal jubilee InsroiiU of ebeoriugr tho sorvico oitber at the ullifuiy icadeniy or RS enlist oil mon on tbo dooWon uf groaned for l ho tjiuon They also groaned for Ruikos as a protes j againsthis treatment nf their dnmauds for an amollofat ion of heir oouilit Inu THE KECOTTiV OF tho Supromc Court in tho ease INTKHSATiONAt STKAMKU President Harrison today sont to Con fjrcss niossuKitransmitting n letter from Secretary Bhimo upon reports adopted by riiDAmerioan contorouco respottluc j Eyvantl Confesses A Fight With postal and ctibU conaectioni United States and ports of Contra and South America In his letter tho Secrotavy says in part The roprosontativos of tho various countries commend cooperation ot the various countries for the establishment of One or more steamship Hnosof the firstclass between irun Krnnclsqo alid Ken Moonshiners July has jnndo a full to iiolico KtOHT WITH iLLs July Ky Coufl lot ing A Ho Clears of Molteil Mcttil j DIspawh Francisco big building on Howard street wiis the scene of intense excitement this bj tho antics or a The plumbing in tho structure 5s uudorgoing and among those employed Jotsome days at the hloody oacounter between revenue of a trio iis omployorj miuo mon anil f and follow Avorkmon somo iinnpyance aud j The Kaccs Inly to TRIB opening day of the July meeting of tho West Side Raco Association attracted a fair attendance The weather waspcr foet and track In excel lent condition First raco onequarter mllo dash for SlOO entries Nettie Country Girl Roanoke S won Tloanoko second Time 2i Second race ono quarter clash 3300 on tries Hay Grey Onarlio won Time Third nice seven furlongs gy00starters Lord Gladstone Joe suitod in Older named Time Fourth raco trotting purse WIS he event of the day took tlio first heat M inonti tho second third and Tpnrliirheats Julictto second Sorroi Jim Time A special raco of onequarter dash be twoon Bay Gharlio Noktie was taken by tbo former AT sninnrsiiEAD BAV Y RnrBKisnuAfi LAY July l i vc was the closing day of tbo spring mooting oftho Coney 1sland Jockey club A heavy rain this morning made the track quite heavy The the day was the Realization svnkes for 3year olds all starters to S250 all of whichwas4o go to second and third horses Ooney Island Jockey club to pay second to rc coJvo S20QO of added money and onethird of the starUngs Colts to carry22pounds Illlles and poundsdistance a mile and live furlongs Tho starters wore Torso Padisha Banquet Her Highness Pallsadp ftancocas Xing Thomas Tournament TaJa Jersey Pat of which hud gioat hopes this morning developed sympr torus of and had to he with drawn He svlll probably dlo t was the favorite wjth Palisade second choice and Torso and Ban quet next Tho was a poor onofrom the start Tournament took tho lead and inciLiasod It constantly Ho gallopedeasily by the post a winner by thirty lengths The only Interest in the ruco was tho struggle for second money The light was between Banquet and Her thoj latter won it by a short head Uanrjuot third aiul Kigg Thomas liaucocas and Jersey Pat following TJmo won GriinHc MiJrd Time ih 1007fourths of a Russell Strathrueath third Time Sevenoigliths of a Vonguir second Dalsyrlau thhd Time Realisation stakes und Her Highness socond Banquet third Tirno Stirrup Cup milo and a halfzGassins won Prathor Eon Time Threefourths of a Bvangelino second Tourist Two miles on the Little Jim socond Taragon AT AVASurirGTON WASHINGTON PARK Fiveeighths of a Bush won second Boh March third Time Milo and a Gym nast second Jaja third Time Half won second King Solomon third QSnieand rjB won White Nose second Time Two won Hypocrite third In the fouith winner in breaking seconds cho by Catalpa on this track Juno 27 The Western Sioux Bcs 1 Denver KANSAS Kaasas The Players Brbthcrhobct The Boston Brothuriiood noons same by the errors pi tha home icsim Attendance 0 0 2 Boston 4 Pitts burs 4 Galyin andQuimi Giiiiibert and Murphy The BulTnlo BrotlHirhdbd aiibtlier umcLfrom Brooklyn y airy slower llu lietweeu I7niVtd States j his aceompllco who robued Ltlitor Brazil to stop at minor i of woro today senteuced to eight raz The President Iu his ways that yeors in tho pouitoutiory at hard labor 9 Urooklyu and lliuklock floor the uikdmans Thc local Lcogue won the today by buni liiniug Phtsburs 1 i 1 1 0 3 2 0 Now rork 0 2 0 Piltsbiire 16 Xw York 10 0 York 5 Gum boil mid Hurkott and Murphy Um Crauo CINCINNATI Thn Cincioiiftti lull Jil nor rxpori OIILO much trotibd1 in dtivaiiug Urooklyu this afturuoon Aitonduncf Cincinnati 2 0 1 2 0 0 l 0 3 Urooklyu 1 Cincinnati 8 Urooklyn 6 Cin cinnati 1 Brooklyn 1 Foreman find Jirry and Daly 1 nuicAco The Philndclnhla Lwipuo warn won todays pause by good r00 1 PUibJdphia 3 0 l 2 0 0 1 0 07 Chicaso r Philadiilphia 10 Chiciiso 2 Philndnlphiii 2 Vicktvy and Lynch 1 Tlio Cltivolnnd ind lioston tftnms played two for one uhmssion aml it jleviii to decide oach Tiunly hitting by Iriostou won both games ancft yoj Boston 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 r Cleveland 1 Boston 11 Cleve land 1 Boston 1 iiiul and Benuett Fes sonclen Suuoud same ClcveUmd 0 1 020000 1 Boston 10 0001 00 1 0 ii tl Boston 12 Cleveland 2 Boston 3 Lincoln mid Xiiiimur CKirksoji uid BcnJioU Striuii Tho American Association COLUMIiUS Columbus 2 Syracuse 7 ISTERMOONTAIS dHamled Murderer Liberated by a Judge A RESULT OF LEGISLATIVE STUPIDITY Louisville S Brooklyn 3 ST LOUIS St Louis S 6 TOLEPO The Athlftticskiolwd tho umpires ie uision tuid forfeiiftd rhe efime mno to notliing tho score Toledo 3 Athletics ri CONVENTIONS The Perinsylvanians Denounce Quayisrn and Nominate Pattison SCHANTON July Democratic State convention Cor tlia nomination of State officers mot this morning Ecbloy R Cox was made temporary chairman Aftera recess cxPostraasterHaiTifiy was permanent chairman uiKos the necessity of tariQ reform fcbo way of lessenjnff taxation to the administration with the present administration acceptsthe issue of Qnay late Republican In vention of M J Quay under the chargesmade against him through the rlicpress can only bo interpreted confes sion of guilt tils retention of liis seatin the United States Senate while refusing to demand legal is a National v Ik itrralgus the Republican party for usurpation of power iu the Federal admin istration for placiacr a dictator in tlio chair of the House of for disre gard of the civil service law for fallnro to fnllill promises madeto the soldiers for odortsito promote isectionaJism or reckless expenditures for fosteringtrusts in its Ituy bill for to enforce tho contract labor law for an attempt excite a nice war by the passage of a Federal election law and for corruption In elections and cringing before tiie party The platform was ijmmiihously and nominations made Tho nominees for Governor were Robert Wallace Robert L Wright William W Hlnsel and Ohauncey F Blaok Before roll call was In the first ballot it was apparent that Pattisou who was a great favorite was nominated As soon as the result was announced the nomination was made unanimous The nominations for LleutenantGov ornor resulted in the presentation of the names of Chauncy F Black Kobert Wright and Hannibal K Blackreceived a majority first ballot and the nomi nation was made unanimous Win Barclay was chosen for Secretary of Internal Affairs by THE MAINE DEMOCRATS Tuly Democratic State Convention today discussed the in sertion into tho platform of a resolution submitting to tho people again the question of license or prohibition Theresolution was adopted after a stormy to 90 i Following this Mr Thompson of Belfast was nominated for Governor by acclama POISON IN IOE CKEAM Seventy Victimsof a Malicious Em ployee at New York NEW YORK July Dis Francisco ClirontcJc Nearly seventy persons are at present suf feVinRfrom acute poisoninp due to a mod crate consumption ou Monday night of ice cream made at a confectionery on Third Aveuue Three of these unfortunates two of them so seriously affected that they may Tho exact nature matter in the ice cream isnot A sample of the cream has been sentto the Board of Health There is howeyer so strong a suspicion that was wilfully mixed with the cream by a malicious em ployeov employee Henry Meyer a tall whitehaJred Hanoverian lad only eighteen years old and Innocent looking js a prisoner in the police station lie is sus pected of having tampered with the cream for the purpose of getting square withhJs Craidlej San Francisco Chronicle Series has already a constitutiouaj form of govern ment1 audshe is Asiatic of of the house of reprcsetitatSves ever held in the Empire of Japan was held yesterday July A Parkhursc at home itfthis city is said thatIarkliurst was the that played in the National on the night of the assassination of President lincolD Boston and Boston f and Montana Cohsolidated Gopper Murderers Handled Tender Xo ibr Cattle Springs Coal Miners Supply DENVER July to The people have another example of Colo rado justice in the release by ludfjo todiy of Midkiy and Savage tlie cold blooded murderers who several monthsnso were found guilty sentenced and the scaffold for whose execution was erected at the penitentiary at Canon City but who wero at TJio last moment reprieved on directed to be set at liberty by the SupremeCourt of the United States They were rcarrested and Indicted a second time hut wero today given their full liberty Tho case is almost unprecedented Mcd Jcy while drunk brutally murdered his aged wife because she refused to give him money with which to purchase more liquor Savage is a nopro and for yfiars hold illicit relations with thowife of another colored man Tho two mot upon the street one day when Savage without a word killed tho husband Tho men owo their heads to a technicality for which the stupid Seventh General As sembly are responsible Tho body repealed tho old murder law and enacted another but failed to pass an emergency consequently during the time between the passage of tho bill and the time it wont into force Colorado was without a murder law and it wus during this time that these murders wero committed are now in Arapabo county at a doxen unpunished murderers It seems almost impossible here to execute a man for taking tbe life of another but lei him steal a calf and his days are numbered TOOK AN OUNCE OF LAUDANUM CITEVENJTE July to 15 Koepwrisht an un married laborer ayed in died this after noon twentylive hours after drinking nn ounce of laudanum with suicidal intent He bus not been right in the head for four years having been anectod by typhoid fever NAMPA KXraCTS A BOOM NAMPA Idaho July to Tiun reached horo yesterday uftcrnooii from the Boiso river through the large canal owned by the Idaho and Irrigation who have used several hundredthousand dollars and overtwo years work In completing it to Nampa An immediate boom Is expected rU 1 M1NKRS ROCK SPIUNGS July trouble hrewing between tho Union the minershero cnl minatedtolay 1n closing tho mines clown Jhe company say the mines will not resume work till the system of weighing tho coul aftoiit is screened is adopted Tho men say go to work till tho old sys tem of weighing on top and deducting onc fourth for slack is resumed Tho mon are strongly opposed the screen Ing system and tho company is equally determined to adopt it as they claim too much slack is made Over twelve hundred men are out of work and is no tolling when work will start up The companyhave n largo amount of coal onhand and claim to bo well prepared fora strike of any length The men are already leaving Iu large numbers COINING DOUAUS Two soldiersof Cnmp Pilot Butte named and Thomas ONeill were ar rested for counterfeit silver dollars today bound over for trial Seventeen of the spuiious coins have been found and it ib believed the moulds are hidden in the bills Tho coins were clumsy lead Imita tions A YOUNG HERO Ho Loses His Own Trying to Save His Brother Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle yearold Johnny Sullivan made a Jbcroic effort to save his fouryearold brother Peter iri the Passaicriver at Paterson yes terday iut both sank to their death tho presence of sisters Johnnie goodlooking lad why tooka lively interestin his little brother and sisters afternoon he took theinouti on the river in a row Ho was at the oars and the llttle girls and their brother Peter werein the sternof the little craft Johnny was hard at work at the oars and was middle of the river wrhenhis sisters screamed as Peter fell intothe water Lilce a flash Tphnny dropped theoa75 threw off his bat and leaped overboard whererhis little brother had gone down The boy dived and in a few moments came to the surfaco with Peter With onehand heheld hisbrother and with the other he kept Help help the boy oriedvwhile the frenziedsisters added to the cries of theirstruggling ooys but Johnny came up again still clutching his a brave effortlibreach theboat The screams of the girls wcrcheard on the shore and two strucb piit for the middle of Tlio moil spot wwheu the strength of the heroic lad aud he brotlier their death As the men in the boat came along little girls pointed spotwhere had Orjel infiii jumped iuto water going down four times the bufc they dead Johnnys lcft arm was still clasped Maties a Francisco ZCJironicle liisCAprUano thiiti any t or tli eifajieetpf p the trust ami tltfl antitrust over u adoption of school to m t w Virginia public lunnj tho next fom vearsOn a incof board WHS held n whlol fventho secretary was His ro pomsl that H of t prosont at this A was accepted which oonslstod out publications with ouo nn cxcoptJou The Bannocks Arrive OODES July Tho Bannock niul Shoshouo soldiers 100 bravos arrived in Opdon this ovinin ovoV tho Utah North ern in cbarKK of AKont FislicC of Foit Hall Idaho They oamo to present thcsnselvcs at tho court of His Majesty ttox aud thoir to potoutato All tho paitit rod blwnkors and ftay trinkets in Southern Idaho appear to havo boon xiulled into rouuisltion to oomploto wardrobe Detroits Musical Invent DETKOIT Julv At tbo music teachers convention tho programme of today WHS m iiitojvstingono louight tho lirst or the orchestral chornl omuorts WHS given utuUrllio of Tliousas Mino Uoscwalrt of Francitseo who was down for a doulilo vocal number on 1ridsiy s programnio with a violin obligato by Mr RosoMahl was called hotno with her husband ami programme was Siven at this inorninss luoy wero warmly applauded THE CENTRAL AMERICAN TEMPEST KFFORTS OV I TO KAX KACH FEICE FIVE CENTS A FBEE AND FAIR BALLOT More Mississippi Plans or Ar kansas BallotBoxes THE FEDERAL ELECTION BILL PASSED pritisex ami Eiootion Frauds Sim ultaneously XSxeit ing Merchzxitt atariuo Discussed iu tho Op poses Subsidies OTUKR UP A History of the Guate mala ant riOhldont Wzts NEW VoKk July Francisco Climniclt partloulars a insight into tbo refent dislu rip noes In Salvador Central America have just been brought to lijhs from siMiiioflioinl soiiivos Tho death Gonera President of Salvador the assumption of powor by oral Carlos Ezeta awl o inala in the present crisis all havea hoar iiiK each other and tond to show tbo possible of tbe Thoro is n feellns which porvadea all Amoi ica now of the funtral American Union which was agreed upon by tho delegates of the five Republics of Guatemala Honduras Salvador muaKua and Costa Kiou In San Salvador in Doio last will not he completed on the September next The present unsettled stale of affairs hi Salvador liud its origin with the hurnlnji of the National Palace in San Salvador in No vember of last year and to this day tho cause of the has novor been When the palace was burned the archives of tho Govern ment of Salvador consisting of treaties and other valuable documents as well as tho accounts of tbo treasury were completely destroyed It was onrnmtly tho time that the tiro was tho work of incou diury wiit over to Salvador by Guatemala Besides It was also that there existed or treaties with Guatemala in which tho pledged herself to cemhvdblisuiion tb shii did1 hot wish to Ueep Those secret cannot now bo found oither in Salvador or in Guatemala although they aro known to have existed up to witliii a few months past Thoso secret treaties originated in the war of the Central American Union in 1SS5 when General Barrias was killed and the Guatemalan nrrny was completely routed after thu deathof thoir loader Salvador then had tho whip hand over Cuutcmala und tho latter country throatencd by an InteniJil struggle was compelled to mako peace On any terms and theieforo acceded many treaty stipulations which wero de Krsidins to her Salvador continued these treaties as a sort of check for uiy undue Influence which Guatemala try to exorcise over her but now that tbo Sal vador palace and its contents had been destroyed and Guatemala being eole posses sor of the only copies extant she was not so foolish as to display thorn to her own dis advantage and ergo quietly suppressed them Then began the real trouble Guatemala made proposals to General Mcuendea to eonlrol the coming Salvador conjrress in tho next presidential election which should take place next February and to then advocate for General Campllo Alvarez the highest military chief in Guatemala after the Secretary of War General Alvarez is a native of Salvador by oueutly eligible to the presidency of Salva dor at tho same time is hand and glove with President Havi lias ot Guatenmla and is consequently not liked by natives of his native country Presidfiat1 Mcnendez would not agree to this measure proposed by Guatemala and referred treaties of iSSfi Guatemala boldly denied the existence of the treaties President Menendcz then became thoroughly terrorized and promised Guatemala to do herbiddinffThe latter having gained her point thought to push matters still fuirthftr and to that end she compelled Mencnclez to cuter into a tripartite treaty with Honduras and tn effect thatif Costa Rica and Nicaragua did not ratify the union of tho five states in September next ilio three former wero to compel the latter two by warlike These two ovoviiires got wind among the people of Salvador who did not ac all relish tho proposals of Presidents Barrilos and the hiticrfi Cabinet at once resigned and Bloneudez to vacate tbe chair This lift de to do to reconsider his The people not coatcnt and he was poisoned at a banquet given to the Cabinet which he iiad just formed The selection General Carlos Ezeta as tern porary President lileased the people Of Salvador has been commander of the troops atthe port of played the princi pal part in saving Salvador from t bloody revolution in August and September 18S7 and moreover a thorough hater ofGuatemala The latter Government is not at sbe is doing tilt in her power the co operation of Honduras towards an absorp tion of Salvadorby the coun tries conjointly SAlAAJXfltS CITS OF MEXICO July front Salvador state that theProvisional Governments preparing to Guatemalan forces iScfior Gnatemalau Minister here iuformed Press corre spond eias th at ho h as recci ram from liis President Moriendez of Salvador assassinated and did uot Tlie a1 jnatural peojle In of r San Salvador arc rprotesting asurpation of power of General 1 A 1 dispatch jt says that of WASiTtNGTOX July TUo ro snmed consideration of the Federal Election bill tho boins on ihi jimcnOKioni oiiovod by Tuoitor of Vjrsinia requiring tho ludRO of tho Circuit Cour with District to ujxjn applications for supervisors of elec tion amendment was KowoH offered mak ing it tho duty of tho Circuit 7iulso in oach wlthiu ouo month atUr tho passugo open a special of tho Circuii Court in their respective awl saii ludfiis shall appoint for oach iudi rial dJsuiot thrco discreet persons of good and siandinff who Khali bo as tlniiod Siatos Comnilssiotiow It shall bo tbo duty of such commissioners to orsanlre as a board and from timo to tlino to mako from tho qualified voters lists of persons tvho under tho laws of tho United Snitos and ot tho shall ho eligible lor jury duty without rosuect to raco or nil nanels for jurors shall bo drawn by board in tho presence of a ClrouitorJlfetrSor Jndgo Snrinper opposoa amomimont doclar thsit was pack tho j of tho oouuUy Kopublican partisans 1 1 wis ouimJnation of tho outrage cou templavod by tbo bill KowollH amondnioait was agreed A sood deal of confusion followed tho an amid whioii several 5omandfil tho yoas and nays bur in so low a ume l had they wove not hoavd by SpiaKer who reoogniaod Strublo ta oner Then the of tho Speaker tci tbo fact that tho and nays woro and upon SneakorexprossinB an opinion that tho iujind camotoo late Outhwalto himself ro huostod that all favor toK tho demand riso Tho entire Democratic sJdo rose tho Speaker entirely ignored it and did Y count those rising Ho that if thoro was no objection tho and nays mitiht bo oidorcu Thcro bfelni no Speaker pected tho Clork to callow Icy of protests from tho Democrats at granted as a favor what thoy amendment was IkinphJll ofterea an 32 of tho bill tho words aVUUlVU sors uso army and navy at tho and tho purpose of his amendment was t4 eliminate that provision Lodge denied thut tho bill liad effect as stated Blount said the bill provided tW appointment of superylsorss rt surroundod those supervisors with United States soldiers at tlxolr bock and caU to ij mako tho voters fool that they woro tho terrors of military authority McKtnJey said the amendment take from tho President all tho power ho had to euforco judicial processes Tho would bo destroyed if tho Government wero deprived of the xight to use thoF ederal power to execute judicial processes j tho proposed measure Hemphills amoudmentwas TMt nays J55 McKinlcy said that no honest jaan coulft object to tho 1C was said lbafc the bill would bo cost millions They assumed that the districts of tho country would invoke tho operation of tho law and there was not u man who did know that not a hundred districts would voko its operation They would diini the cost of the administration oL thola tho ratio in which they diminished lent voting false counting ballotb flng Jind tho suppression ofvotes Heart It would cost there was no supervision Thia qnostion would not rest until justice done 31 was tho supremo duty of the tb tion to enforce tbo Constitution and laws of j tho United States Let the gentlemen on the other thorn as the obeyed them for the people of tho would not permit two tho South count at much as five votes In tho McMillan said tho might man grasp the pillars thc Constitution aud pull the but Hko Samson they would perish la wrcck 3 f he could register awish la ho would ask an extension bound s or a multiplication of for flowing rivers and tcrtilofleJds tho man who laid violent hands Constitution might drop dead as gacrlligious Tew who laid impious upon tho Ark of the aperii5ns and LaFollctte eloquent pleas in favor ot tho bill hour of 2 oclock having arrived t ejakor the previous question6 dered on tho b31I and pending ameEd Lost in order to move a reconsiderasion upon m6tion ofBowelli was 153 The voto then recurred on amendment relative to the polls and it was v nays Springer having ativo for tbe purpose movedHto Springer moved to on tablestating that his formermotioniur J ta bio the bill and pending The Speaker ruled tho and on 158j Springer havingyotedin this was adilatory was sustained by iclined to accept tho Springer tiriie in the bfsfory a motion to reiiqnslder was bill was orderedengrossed s   

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