Salt Lake Tribune, July 4, 1890 : Front Page

Publication: Salt Lake Tribune July 4, 1890

Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah i CIRCULATION EXCEEDING I THAT V IN THE CITY COMBINED JL I THE MOST EXTENSIVE AND VOL 2J37 SALT LAKE CITY TTTAH EEIBA JULY 4 1SOO PRICE VIVE CKN nnnflr Jlllfl4Trn PrftSflTHRO lliiCommltteeon Elections and that thu Ru SOME AN fflAlED SENA I DBS Vwu i winter There arc a croat many reasons which are clear to Iho public why the Senators do I not Uusire onUiupon the discussion of A i hii subject lit this Tho session is so IP Yd UlC fur idvanned that if the should carry out their announced purpose to resort to all dilatory motions to defeat bill It would not be possiblefor the ttu to this bill through the Sen ntc In tlmo to have it oporatlvo upon tho tUrctions fall That could only be Jrnn by tiie adoption ol some rule similar to licit proposed by Mr Chand ler and in the naturoof a prevlousquestlon 5lit tinmore tbs plan Is llscussed In tho Senate tin innio dfiiibtful loos it appear the Republicans should bo united In favnr of Mticli a plan Somo of the load ers like Mr InaullM havo already an Miulr opposition to such u purpose Mr Muralls Indeed lias bcn announced lu tiio Democratic press as about to lead a rovohiilnnary movement to enforce the adoption of Niich a rule but as a matter or fact he Is to sueli a rule and says i so Tlioro arta number of other ilepubli j can Senators who am opposed to tho Eloc tlun bill on principle iMilJlUttl YESTS SOUTH AMERICAN LIBEL Iltiwloy CJVH His Corrowponflont n IJar a HlmjkKuaril Sonur Pointed JleinarlcH CoiKierninj MIC Union PacJIIc and Itn fclio WABiffXfJTON July tho Sonato miw HagCHfrom tho on the postal aud corniiiunlcalicn lhn aiillrd j States and Mm LatinAmerican States I HIM celobrulIon of tho Mirth CKII ovcry of Amerloa wero A IJroatlvviiy Kiot NKW Yoiuc July hundred Btrlk corning of lh presented and referred Allison moved that tho adjournment to day bo till Moiiday Agreed to I Plumb offered a resolution agreed to I calling on tbo Seeielnry of War for infnrma5 tlon as to wiiether articles nro being niaiiuj faeturcd at any of Hi National military i homos In competition with private j worsted and if HO thu reason and au thority therefor a resolution direct Switiiry of HH Interior to inform UK to whutliii1 lini n kiiowliilgii of u uii or nropoNil hy tlu Union Im leers gathered on Uroudway bo i tween Leaner and White streets morn j lug wlien the hands In tho Meyer i Cloak Companys shops were going to work Tho si rikorssurrounded I nnd threatened ihom Somo took to their i heels and escaped but others were i an hustled away by force Doxons of fights i and Uroadway forblocks was a of confusion There wero many broken and the working cloakmakora wore nnin o road of or of liny oil r liosi of i Kiivlgulion anil thi Park lullnmd Union liiw puidout orUrtMirpliis or oMiurwlHO ilm of itnHion of hin IUIUlb or purl or oUinr nnd if on wlinlhur iuch gtiunuily iiiiymiMit or hoth nru in with tho IHW wlH III oblUiitlonsof Ihu Union 1ueilU to tho miKKMtd Ihn words And hut of ihi lnUtrlor n muulciiit all In on llm thu nniitndtnoiit c tluit tin Sucri tnry of Inurinr tilso ruport If hu Inul iiuy ICiimvUdK why SonuUi ddotnol pnniiiinl to coiiNldonition of the tl mUiwoii thii Iuolllo Uiiilrond iLo supposed u hud on iniuicr Tills lld to n tilt bniwcHsn nud which wimiiiiud somci time siild fix far us Im wns eonvurnnd Im would glml to hiivo Iho imriice u cull U know whothor thu lnttirlor is MI oC nn in fonuiu Ion ut hsust oiiiof iliu Oovurn MUMUnldod riillrimils Inis not ulnco tinpuss nKii of Tlumimn net delUinvutcly Us In nsfint to liiHrniiNlnK oliliuii tlons utid making THE DAY AT THE CAPITAL I fit bo triin tlniilti of thi law with hiijioHid then hus not bison forcn unoiigh in thti cHhor uiidnr Dmimoralic orltfpublluiin HiispluDS to oo m no I cuinniuilos to ohny tinliuv lin did not know thiU inoru would Im iiuy uso lit imsHliiKiisoUluiiinutblll ai nil Tim resolution wns llntvllv ugrctid to Tho Htibjnct of tho hill passed yostordny as to land iiulints iindnllvured mill ftiolllliis ntVordud 11 llrnioC to tuko 11 list of thorn aro brought up hy I terry who hud n luttor rond by thu tluvso to tho of Coliimbln county to supply patonts in thnt winity of whloh fun Mm clerk wiw to reluin Sl A T fronri Artslstunt Jommlssloiiar Slono then thig commissioner ot Mils linn suoh ilUltfs to llioin nnd ono rrom Wic rotury to thcj olnirnotor or thu nub roiul wove of these undelivered patents and this llrm would at tho low mcniloiuul In Its letter wrench frmu tinoltiwus uii JiiHtly and without authoiUy Hiulorwtoiid that ono nioinliir of Thonuw U Meluo was an tilUccrof tho IloiiMiot Itenrnsoiitallvos Tho mailer wan discussed at Mimo lungtli by Qlpklor Iftddonk and CuokroU ruddock staled Hint under the present admin iHtrntion tho nuinbtir of piUeuts had boon ridueod bv soino Tho Sinnte hill to establish a United States Land Jouft wim Hum dUeusiid until S p m when the and Ship Subsidy bills onmri up Vest continued his nrguiueut the bills He wns us anxious us Mr Itlalue 10 bring timik tho MMicntnacy of tlio United States on aho ocean and toonon Iho portsoC Soutli America to Amol priuliioU tho was as to the means to bring thnt end The Senator from Maine Kroy wnnted to ho op posed ttwmin Tl Vest went onto speak or tlio livto I Odii aud sent to tlui ckrkn dosk and hnd rend a dipping from the New York lltrald cf IHionos soiTuspondtnt to show what Souor Ilorral who Um Amimdnu delegates to Washington Hioiiglit of tln con foronoo of Ithiimi and tlio United States dislo gatttD As soon as tlie olork llnlslnd roadlng this vory caustic criticism llnwlcv lie know who wrote thiil whotlier It wai quiie fair decorous to liuve iriiltiHl suoh u nuiss oC sponsUtlo bliuilguvnlisni Yost replied Tlio gentlemans nniue was clven In the what 1 siihl Hint a man floes of an honorable pntlo rian and who says of American collrws Hint do enii bo obtained for WO sajs tlmt wliioh Is false Ho Is tiocivtnrv of a society in Huonos Avros tlio from ilui Argeiitlno Kerubllo to this IanAmoHonii Con TlawlovAnd you add to that doscripHon Vostsnld Tho nrtielo Is a criticism of a pitblio ttssomhlv nntl I it road to show tlio Impression itmdV upon a promlmnt man who nt that Confvronoo In rosroot to tho ior aotuiPl ol tho ConlVronoo and its objcts It wns in ordT to show Hint no wining nud dining iio public exhibition nothing but self interest would nlVoef our relations with the people THIS FLAG FLOATS KKOHI THE DOMJ5 TODAY Wyoming Noarly Secured Rtatoliood Yeu and Aiuorleun Troops Muy Chnso Inilluiis AorosH tlie JUordor Tuly President hai approved tho Joint resolution extending tho uncxpundnd balance for letter carriers for extra compensation under tho eight hour law 18DO TKOOIS MAY OUOHS TUB nouNDAin An agreement lias bocn enturod Into by nialno and Itomcro tho Mexican Minis tor providing for a roolprocal crossing of the in leinational boundary lino by troops of tho United Status and Mexico whan In close pursuit of hostile Indians Tho agreement provides that no Indian scout of the United shall crass tho boundary unless they go as guides ami trailers unarmed and not oxcecdlntf in any case two scouts for each company in orich separate uommaricl Tho reciprocal crossings ngruodupon shall only occur on or desert parts of said boundary Hue For tbe purpose of this agreement unpopulated or desert parts aro dellnod to be all points at least ton ters from any encampment or town of olthur oountry TlAIllitSON OOE9TO 0AM MAY Tho Iresldont loft this having beon Informed that fiogislativo Approprlsitlon bill would not bb ready for his nctlon until next week this House having adjourned before Hi Intel boon ongrossJHl Ho expects to return Tuesday Klalne left this siffernoon for Bar Harbor OOK9 OVKll The Senate amend mont to theWyornlng ad mission bill would have concurred In today bv the House bad a iinorum boon present The point of no quorum wasmado and Uannon appealed tho IToUvSO to permit ilio adoption of oonCoronoo re port on the District of Columbia appropri ation bill and cuncurronce In tlio amend ment to the Wyoming bill without tho point of no being raised saying that ho would move tu adjourn limned lately there after Tho however iuUournud without action Tbo Wyoming bill was ou rollod and ready for signature IDAHOS STAR ADIIKD Tho reason for tho Presidents action in signing the Idaho bill today was an In one The President it aoomSi found that the law ordains that n now star should IHI placed upon tho American las for each new Stale on the Fourth of July siiLceodlng Its admission to tho Onion Tho President loft It to Dubois tho delegate from Idaho to decide whether bill signed at onco and got tho stsir or leave ihe star over until July 4 ISO Dubois ohoso the siar now and as a result the bill wns signed and fortythroe stars aro due upon tho Hag toniorrnw Delegate Carey said this evening that tho amendment concerning Yellowstone Turk hnd already delayed the admission of Wyoming several Clays but the park WHS the wundorlaiMl of thu world and would no wortli many ninny worlds fairs to tho State In the inxt century and uiidor tho j circumstances tho people of Wyoming l would patiently wait a few days morefor a realizat ion of their great ambition ON TIII CAIITOL Tho and stripes will Jloafc over tho Capitol tomorrow it Is u singular fact that never before has a Hug lloated on the exterior of the building when Don was actually in session Tho now A DOHL WORLDS FAIR SITE The Sideshow Feature of Chicagos Great Exposition THE COMMISSIONERS ENDORSE IT The Fair to Bo Hold in Different Parts of tho Area Now Mineral The Coin miss loners Adjourn iiit i show tluU the nitMi who tMiuo hero from souih nniont tinkciiifst slirowucst inn most fnrsuoiiiK uiorohants of Hm world nud Unit whouwojy bviinyothor spiotaoHlar o th nubile SorgeantatAnns of tho rfeiiate having bo come aware of this state of things called on Senator Ingnlls to altend to the matter A conference resulted In Senator Ingalls who is President v cm of the Senate directing that theNatinnal colors be Hung to the tomorrow the Fourth of July To run a regulallmi Mag upon a regulation flag Man is imjKssihle on account of tho rules of the Senate and House so there havo boon put In place at tho foot of tho dome four jv north oast and west f s lopend tt twouty tl Souutor MoriIll will ask Monday to have est wont on to nay thnt if n subsidy systom i bill taken up Instead of tho Ixlvor Cut bill Uo raisers should bo i emasculate and enervate the toneii thorn to dopond on tho llovo Wilson nddyossoil tlon to tho bills which wvnt ovor Theoonsofonw ropert on Uo ntrrloulturnl np Dtopvlation bills was iwSiutrd aud agreed to y till Monday wanted to ho would iu opposi Adjournod TH33 SPEED wlthout trftiisnotini any journed till Julv brlof session and tho House ad seems to THK KLECTJtON BILLS FATE The Scnnto Will It Up Until Next Winter July fTuiutTXE A Nnvjil Cmocr Thinks tho Test Wiis u liittlo Crooked NKW Voiuc July Dispatch Iraneiseo bo somedissatisfaction over tho speed tent of tho of of the otllcors of tho which Jay alonj the course has soat a letter to a friend in this city In which ho says When tho trial was nmclo wo wero no where near the position assigned us and tho sumo mar be said of tho other ves Francisco Clmmicle InI sels which were Intended to lay out the j rut j 1 n Kin mi iterGccans Washington correspondent ro ferrlnR to the paswye of tho Eleotlou bill by the House today says Tlio will nrlstrtis to tho probable action ot tho Senate with respect to this measure A prominont HopubUctin Senator tho author Jty for this statement I ilo not at present for manifost bo quutotl but loan state to you for publication in your paper that there will bo no Federal Election law passed at tho ilrst session of tho Fiftieth Tho position of this gentleman Is suohas to entitle his stattunents to the greatest possible weight He Is not it rush man and Le would havo declaration of that sort nor in thf wsiy So which ho except ho spoke by authority Tlicro huvo been a Rood many Itulieatlons for t no lust few there is an undnrstttnaint in tlio Senate the Kopubllwins and for thatmutter to somo BflpubHean and Dumocnits that tho Fed eral Election bill when It shall reach tho Senate from the House shall be referred to site trnnsportatSon annouiicpd as lows Commissioners Grniuir JfiwiiiR Untt viu Knsnuh Ullliams Furry Hundley Jlnamrd and Rviin The Judiciary Mussnj Umlsiiv Tfwcll St Clnir Snnilieyand Coninntiop of oisht or Forestry nud Luniucs WHS also orjianiKCil how much o tho fuir will be located on tho hike front is apparently still nn Only a rormiildclluition of the boundaries of thnt part of tlio situ wns contsiinod iu tlio com niiinicitJons from thr director saying that it was tho intention to make s Inrpc i usb tis of the room now nxistini or that imiy MiHiiiud hereafter on the front and IIMJ liicksnii Purk so fur us nniy noeessarv to pro vidi mluquatu room mid for tho expo sition A IjlArEliY INDIAN SCKAP ing was an inexousaWo blunder otitho pan of those In oharpo for there Js nooarthlv reason why we should not have started out in time to assume our portions We saw the Philadelphia coming over the course and supposed sho wns simply making a preliminary trial You may Imagine our surprise when a little later is wo were at tempt luce to got into position tho information eanio that tho trial was over At lirsr there was only surprise but when we bCRan to study all peculiar circum stances attend UK tho trial when wo began to put together as It wero our sur prise jrikvo way to wellgrounded suspicion that livery far from being straight on deek In connection with tho trial Mv personal impression is that tho whole tliliifcVas aoooked up job not bollovo4 tho made 20 knots an The Cramps and newspaper cotrospoudonts are responsible for the 20 hots and there is no reason why tho not lo compelled to mako a t trial question could be ratsoci as to the speed she may CntCAOO July TRIUUNE Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Tho Na tional Commission yesterday accepted tho double site of Front and Jackson Park olTcred by tbe local board with proposed connections etc The cool which arrived dnrins the nljjlit reduced tho temperature so that it stood this forenoon ut US degrees and the city lias more begun business as a sum mer resort Tho members of the National Columbian Exposition Commission looked like a new body of men Flannel shirts which had been very numerous had all beon dis carded and every body felt hotter After the minutes had boon disposed of a long communication rrom a committee of the dairy Intorests asking special consider ation of their industry was read and re ferred nnd by iiiiiinliiHius consent Mr Duoro in troduced u resolution culling for tho appoint iiHint ol1 a upnmiittiu on tho dairy interests was also refurred A oom m 11 n icii i ion from the woinon of Chicago who wanted the title ot tho Womans Hoard chiiiiRod to the Hoard of Lady Miunigors was rend ami referred Judtftf MnvUndaliJolVorHd a rosolution nooopt ing tint idlooliered by tho local board of directors Mr doYoung then sprung a mino in tho slinpo of tlila substitiito resolution Itftolvnl Thnt tho Coiiinnsslon rnjnot tho sito olTerod bv the directors ot thu Coluinhlnn Isx po sition Thnt wo ruquost Ilium to submit u situ to this Jomiiilssioa wlitiro the cnn btt held in one without any slclis shows or dlsninbunneiitof This resolution was received with loud np nhuiHo It wns a sfillevldent tnet from the diMii oust rations Unit Mr du Yoiing had the majority of tim Commission him Price of Kansas jumped up and moved thnt Mr Do Youngs resolution be laid ou the table 1m tbo meollng wns in an uproar nnd loud cries of were heard from nil over the room Mr do wns surrounded by u crowd of deiegnles nud Chicago men nil talu hig at once When the chairman suouofidod in or der Mr do Young stepped fonvurd and snul Hint it wns not his dcsirn debute be ott on tlils important His object in ollermg the resolution to rejool the sites wns lo forou the Chlengo directors to olTer one and ono only nud make their proposition delliiito Ratlior limn be nn obstniotioiiist hu would withdraw for tho present the resoluUon This wns received with loud cries of Iso no no lets hnvft n Mr de Yoiiug still askcd thnt tho rasolu lion bo withdrawn but a Inrge number insiMied wtherwiso untU Uo ohnir rapped tlicni t6 order nnd said Mr de Young hns cut the Gordinn knot nnd withdrawn resolution introduced a resolution declar g thnt It wns the sense of the Commission Unit n divided site would not he conducive to tho best interests ni tho exposition Judac Marti mhilo mudo tho point of order that his resolution of yestfirdny nucepting the silo wns the order and that nil other resolu tions were out of order Tho clniir sustained tho 1KMrtSt Clulr of West Vlrgliiin then introdiuiod asii substHute for resolution one declaring thnt in the judgment of tho torn mission the proposed site of Inke front and Fnplc son Park was defect vo for Severn 1 ronsons which hu set tlie olialr ruled out of at this point nttemptod to secure nn adiournnient until 2 oolocsk Ihe local hoard of dlnicturs to be invited to appear at that hour to answer any thnj might be iiskod nnd to make nuy slntements they might wish So nuiiili of tho motion ns related to a ro was benten but tho remainder amended to Invite the locnl directors to an immediate confer enee wns ndontod VicivPresident Bryan of tho ioonl tllrootory then took the lloor lie stild the directors reoog perieetlv the indelliiHeness of tho proposal submitted yesterday Since thnt time however they had hmui nble to put tho nmttnr in ft more delbrlto form He asked the secretary to rend tho resolution pnssed by the South Park Commis sioners jiUflnc that ROOueyes in Inekson Park would be avMihible for the fmr Mr Uryan theii aid that 1 Irving Pearco hnd tendered ously 100 acres adjoining The bnke Kront ho snUi uow con tains acres of term trmn whicli be used atonoo Ilo could otllmnlly siiv thnt kvo acres at Jncksmi inrk wero iiVJiilnbio ilftv iicrea on tlm hike front JnroKiira to the to the dual site liryiin siiid many of desire at least part of tho fair lo cated iivwr the cent portion of the jMonmmld of California spenkmg of the lenal dinieiiKviu way of the Inke front innt trr nskcd you chnnga thatproposition so it will read oiler you Jackson Park nnd as of the lake front us may bo available Mi1 Thnt is simply the converse of Iho pro posit ion 1 speak only for myself but 1 Hunk that wouhVbe uo dilUoiilty Mr MeDoiwkl said thai ho had no objection to the oaclion of one or two mngtiilicent permanent buildings on tue hike trout lie thought thnt Clnoago waseiilUlnd to Unit much ir thiin ojnmi forward nud said thnt the directors wauled a gateway U the grunt exposi tion a place whore evening entertainments could be sucoessfullylicld In reply to questions bv Pntlnnt Palmer he setforh in duunls the nillwav cable car nud stniunboat menus of com miiuichtlon hetwecii the two sites Moro people could be carried Peck slicl Ihnn would want to go We believe that nn to to the lake Iron twill on title the holders of tickets to free transportation to Jackson Park AVe en nt gunr untco that but we nan guarniitoo that the trniisportation oosta anything it will bo a veiv small After a lengthy discussion during many motions nud amoiidmeuts were nnd knoeked out on points of Mr Partner Mr being called to the chair moved an nmoiuluioiit to tho rusohifaon offered hy tindnlo yesterday It follows Rfiiolvetl That tho site proposed by MSB Presi dent and tho Directors ofthc Chicago Columbian Exposition for the holding of tho Worlds Colum bian Kxposltiou be aud that sanuvis formally ac cepted by thisCommission nnd Hint all questions as to the title of the silo nnd tho facilities lor transportation be roforretl to n committee of ton members tho same to report at the nnxtniieetuig of the Commission Mr St Chilr of arose and mado a most vigorous protest ngninst the lake front which he claimed could not bo legally obtained oven were there no other objections Widtuiororrennsvlvnniasaid the Centennial Exposition was in Fnirmoimt Park by au thority of tho Park Commissioners and assorted that the authority of tho Park Commissioners hero would covertho ground Tho debute con tinued fast and furious until when a vote WINS taken resulting in the acceptance of tho dufilsite by a vote or 7S to 12 The throo Cali fornia Commissioners Voted in favor of the site Just beforp tho voto was taken do lirosonnd said Krom the statements mime by the local board and individual from tho directors I have thnt tho host wo can do is to nccopt the joint sito with Mrs Iron Moccasin Killed by Bad Aijn PIERRE S July Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Series came to this city sucha nature as to cause apprehensions Uhat there will bo srrious trouble among tho Indians Had Arm n Cheyenne Indian to Ft Pierre to arrest an Indhin named Troiv Moccasin upon a charge as yet Wuen ho attempted to Hike tho latter a fight ensued which was by Iron Moccasins qiraw sho belaboring Had Ana with a stick while her buck held him Finally Uie policeman freed himself turning on the squaw pounded her over the head his big navy revolver until sho dropped in a dying condition Oilier In dians and whites arrived and prevented a gohornl between the sympathizers and friends it tho belligerents bub the lat ter aJmosl ready to go on the warpath against each other The troops at Ft Pierre will be asked to preveivr trouble be twoon Uio Indians if any arises as is thought v THE RECORD OFSPORT IkWing was magnificent neither making an error 1 0 9 0 0 1 0 01 Sew 000000000 t Now York and Docker Woich and Clarke mid Hoover AN OLD MAIDS ROMANCE IDAHOS STAB IS SHifiiSB She Acts Like a Silly Girl antl IJQSCS Her Fortune SCRAJTTOX July TUIUHSB San Francisco ChronicJf Miss Caro ollno Clyde a spinster of 07 years with a fortune of twenty thousand has just boon deceived and deserted by a handsome young Englishman named Arthur who only came last summer He protended to e very pious attended the same church that Miss Clyde did formed her aoquain anco In a short time and soon besui to love to her lie was only and the maiden was greatly nattered by s declarations of love She told spine neighboring women that she had never before that a man could possibly tjiiiik as much of a woman us Parrinxton thought of her and they told her not to bc Uevn all tho fellow Miss Clyde did bollevo him and dur iuK the holiday season last winter she was Quietly married to heryouiiR SKBIOCS KKSULTS OF A CHICAGO SLUGGING A rnrso TTunp Vp for Godfrey and Sniltli The iKiicos ftt Vostorduys Bull Games NEW YORK July Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Series A purse of 82000 has been offered bythe inanage nicnt of tho Puritan Athletic Olub for George Godfrey of Boston and Ed Smith of Denver to contest for Muldoon has ac cepted tho olVor on behalf of Smith andIt is tliat Godfrey will bo hoavd from in a fow days This contest will no doubt provo a bitter one The man aio evenly matched as regards weight A snuooisit BALILV INTOIIBD CiucAao July Associated Jack Ashton was to have met Frank Glover ut the Battery tdnighfc In a hard glove contest and 2000 pcoplo assembled to wit ness the oncon liter The police prcvontod the men liowevor to the thiit in one of lights Brcnnan of Boston was so seriously ho will probably Bronnan Was contesting with Frank QQI riird of OhloiiRO nominally tor points but It Is assorted tho sports present tho iltrhtto bo for blool Brenndn is the man who Tommy of Ohiongo In a ions drawn out buttle Tho match between Bronnan and Gorrard was a farce After tho second round Uron imnhafl clooicletlly tho wocstof it In tho third and fourth ho was repeatedly lnuckccl and in tho I Cth after rising two dr three tlmos both ineri being very groggy Gerrard pushocl apaiust men went to tho uiulcrnnatli His Jioud struck the hard boards with a re sounding crack and wl ion Gerrard aroso Bronniui was found to bo unconscious P wore summoned but up to a lafco hour tonight consciousness hadnoc re turned Tho doctors ho will die liTiving undoubtedly suffered contusion of tho brain The Knees BcraTTi July races todny proved a good drawing card They wore Intoroiting Tho class trot was tho feature of tho racing but tho poolroccivcd small patron age All of the favorites iwou and the suckers that made things lively for sUlors wore conspicuous in tfooli1 absence ut tlie poolbox Twoyear olds flvoeighths of a mile S200 Acknappon jirst Neaclmore second Sara third Six furlonss Governor Aaams nrst Susie Glen n Time Jlilo dash Ollki lienjamino first Joe Hogan second Time trotting Gloster nst Marquis second Louis S Time thu site bo adopted andthat the roll be called by n THE LAST HAYS SES5IOK Tho Qrst session of thu Commission ended to day recess hpitijitnkenuntil At thu morning was read from Colonel the numnsr m tonssts of Colorado askuig the appointmont of a committee to confer with board jccard IIIE tho proposed ninoral exhibit The exhibit is to be undor walls of the corridoriv halls bolng formed of various minerals and cros arranged as found inthe Referred to tho Coviniitioe on Hcsolntlous oxpressinK the of the Couimissipn with iho UiiaiieiiU report local adopted After considerablediscusssion tho question6 mana cersVas referred iiew committee as the CoiiimitteB on Machinery and consisting ofoteht The Facilities to which will uo Teferred about tho WASlflNGTON PARIv X IAIUC July Assoclatod Twoyearolds mile and a slx Ohimes won Mayor Thornton soo oml Brutus Tlrmi Threeyearolds Racine won Onip mau second Charlotte Ouslur an third Time Milo and an won John Sury second others drawn Time Mlle and twentylive Hccksey won Ohilhowio MaTiiio Fonso third Time Miss HiiAvlcins won Salute second Jim Nane third Time The Players Brotherhood 11 ustod pitched for thu Phllndnlphia Brother hood tonm this afternoon and through biswiid IIPSS the visitors lost the game Attendance 1000 Chicaco I 12 0 3 0 0 S 1hlhulolplUn 00 10 16 11 Pluladelphia 2 Biiklwiir nud Iivrrell Iluptud and Cross Urn The home cam were easily beaten by Brook today Attendance 200 V ooiio 3 0 0 0 8 3 UivlTato S Brooklyn 15 Buffalo 4 Brooklyn 3 Battencskecfe and Muck Sowdcrs and Kinslow Mat thnws and Ewin was a the Cleveland Brother hood club today and a shutout was the result Attendance COO 0 b 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 M i Now York Errors Cleveland 3 0 lind Suteliffo Jcnuings and Knight and Joaas The National League lover honiviiioon was passed in tho old Clyde ifimiestcad anl then Arthur PurrlnRton Bjado a trip to New York alone Ho stayed iihere for nearly a week when he returned his bride and remained a fortnight TJiirlng the noxt two montlis ho made a number of journeys to the metropolis and tio villagers wondered what he was up to an inquisitive neighbor Mrs Piirrinston JInfiilod the fact that lier husband had Icon altfof her seenrities and polnr to tlieiu in value before the end of the nr iind that whim they had y intended to sell the old home and move i larger town in May Mr ParrinRton sold tho liMise and lot and got the cash for it and with his wifes consent ho started to look for a now home somewhere on tho Thidson He to be back inside of a week but bis has not seen him from that day to this Five wooks after his departure Mrs received a letter from her rascally young husband It was postmarked nndin it he thanked her for giv inthitn a start in the world hoped that she would not cry about it that somo onl would take good euro of her and said thft he should never cross tho ocean again deceived woman had less than 50 wlipn Parringtou left her and she has gono to live with some relatives in Central New York i Alleged BEnre Island Frauds SAN PiuNCisco July Examintr today devoted thirteen columns to an al leged exposure of fraudulent methods of furnishing Government supplies to JMaro Island navy yards The principal fraud alleged is in connection with tiie cba1 contract which is almost in variably given to James McCuddon oxmember of tbo Legislature Tbe found several short ages In coal delivered O mmadovo Bean liahi hiislnid the matter before the depart ment at Washington and Trncy has oVdcrorl the payment of fraudulent hills stopped pending an Investigation Americans Welcomed ut Berlin inly The American riflemen arrived today and received a grand wel marched byway of Untor den Linden to the town hall the famous avenue hoiiiK handsomely decorated anil orowdel wHhpcople The Chief Burgomaster made a warm speech of welcome The Spanish Cabinet llcsifftts J uly 3 ThcQuoen has ac cepted the resignations of tho members of the Cabinet The setting of the Cortes has been suspended pending tho formation of Ministry 5amoas Chief Justice July accordance with tho request of America Germany and England King Oscar has nominated Conrad Qeherkraub for the post of Chief Justice of Samoa Tho appointee is now an assist ant judge in this city STARVATION AND RIOT THE DESPERATE CLOAKMAKEKS BK SOKT TO The CincinnatiVLeagiio the third straight giuiiti from the Urooklynsthls afternoon in JKOO pcoijln B 1 0 0 0 2 9 0 0 iill Brooklyn Cinuinnati 3 Brooklyn 4 and Ivounun Lovcll and ers Tho local Leagues club won the panic today by the thciroppo v 0 lOSrg Philadelphia ODuy uric IJmpiro The rif hy Miulo frantic by tUo Sufferings of Their Tlioy Mob Various Ksinblish and Attack the Scabs Nisw YORK July feared for somo time that starvation would force tbo striking cloakraakcrs to acts of violence These fears were realised today It has been a matter of common notoriety for sev eral days past that these unfortunate peo ple have actually been in awful straits and nota few have been confronted with tho necessity of leaving their homes for lack of money to pay rent Last night several families were out on the streets all night and tho men this morning were driven to tho point of desperation and about two hundred of them wont over to their old workshops They massed in Meyer Tonason Companys place and the Mer cantile Cloth Company two of the largest establishments in the city Joseph Lerebiivser a buyer in the employ of Meyer down the when the strikers saw him They nnule a rush at him and was badly beaten before he uian agud to cscHipe from the mob The success of the attack upon the first victim scorned to turn the usually puuwable men into ran dowuAo Jonasons 1 lit frontdoors being open a lew bolder ones en tered the oilice boy Charlie anil iu i second he wns receiving the same kind or blows which fell upon Lercburyer William Joseph KoedeJ heimer a pucker and Bookkeeper Simswere tho next to receive similar treatment as nc other two Two Italians were then attacked but they drew weapons and tin strikers lied The mob next gathered around a cloak maker namedKuuxo He did netgetaway easily as the other men When the wlio liftdbeeu notified came running down the strikers scattered but they left on the sidewalk bleedins from half cuts in liis bead They must have kicked him injuries were serious V All this time another detachment of strikers were busy two away They wereraen who had been in the employ of the Mercantile Clpa surrounded two raen struck them badly half a dozen timfii and then phased them up mobwas tUen scattered by the police While all this was going on an angry mob o striking clojikmakers cpllected at the cornero Blvinnon and Kldredge streets determined tc obtain woikor preventthe bosses froinemploy n Pole hnd about a score of cloaks for him He did Uotlike the looks of the strikers and accordindvhelocked nnd barred his door About when the crowd was largest Vihe and his employieswere startled Tin strikers had broken open the door and amob o Pandemonium1 and the streelsinjtha 1 vicinityrwere lilled with of people Villut1 becoming after receivinf an licly stab rlht a kuifcvh whipped V ler cuiight tilts club IA ohhisMiead collapsed aiidth li Sew State Represented on the To jisvlum u univorsUy at for City peniiontiary and other StuKi oharstabie t 0 tVERYBODY CONGRATULATES DOBOiS Double Celebration Throughout Icliiho of the Admission Donations of Public Will Bo a Senator court otlloers 10 bo apiuitvju The Const i tin ion which S act contains a pmvision prohibit in J and doelariiii that no person Mian be Entitled to voti hold olHoo BEY FLEEGED THE FARMER Colorado Buncos Discover a Fine Sub jcet to Operate On KEMMLER SENTENCED ONCE MORE 01 plural SALT LAKISTRIBUNB rl7 Street WAR1I1NC3TOX D July Ti 1SOO Tlic Idaho bill was signed by President larrison at 10 oclock this niorninjr romptly at that hour Dokgaie Dubois valkerl totho White House and was ad iiituul u the onicb Attorney general Wilier was present and reported hatho had carefully examined tho bill nd found It ready for tho Presidents ipiaturo As telegraphed hist night resident Harrison had indicated a wish to iftix his signature to the bill today rather ban on thu ith of July Delegate Dubois this morning when ho entered the room informed the rresidont hat ho was in accord with liis suggestions ind was ready for tho immediate admission f Idaho As the President drew the parchment oward him Secretary Blaine entered the oom Delegate Dubois leaned expectantly icioss the table and watched the President is he took a now placed it in an equally lew plain cedar holder dipped it in ink and vrote carefully the signature which tho nsttuu it was completed gave to the Union he fortythird State the President blotted tho paper he irose and extending the pen and holder to Dnbols now no longer a Delegate said Yon may perhaps like to receive tho pen vith which I have performed a very pleas It has completed tbo Inal act of admission of your Territory and s on that account probably not without in terest to the people of Mr Dubois thanked tlie President and ac cepted which hu will presenMn per on to the now State of Idaho for prescrva iou nt the State Secretary Blaine then congratulated Mr Dubois upon the admission of tho State and promised to forward a certilicd copy of the Dill at onco to Governor Uy the terms ol the bill Idaho is now within tho Sisterhood of States and as sho no longer n Territory Delegate Dubois ceases from being an otlioiu1 representative here He will however bo recognized as the Washington spokesman of tin people of his successor is tilected As chairman of the KupubH can Central Committee Delegate Dubois has cUled si mooting lofthc commitloe at Hoise ity on the 15th day ot July at which hu will ho present and the committee ut this neotlng will for the calling ot a State convention iuid for all the other pre liminary work necessary for the election of State oilieers Congressmen and members of the Legislature Under the provisions of the admission bill Governor Shoup is required to issue a proclamation calling an election within ninety days It Is not likely that the date of election will bo sot earlier than the last of September The county committees in list hecalled together State conventions must meet ami It will tuko five or six weeks to get the candidates properly before tiie people leaving only live or six weeks for the campaign Nearly ono hundred telegrams have poured in upon Mr Dubois congratulating hiua on tbe happy result of liis labors Manyaf ihe Senators and Representatives have looked upon him as one of theSenaUns from the State Senator Paddock said If the State of Idaho does not send Fred Dubois to the United States Senate on the first opportunity tliat presents it out to bo turned out Of the Union and in saying this I voice tho sentiments of every Senator and Representative who knows his magnificent A SJ10WEK Otf OONGllATULATTONS Among the many telegrams received hy Mr Dubois lust evening and today were the Ijorsu GmvTnly of our best citi zens join mo in most hoarvy coiigraUihitioiis Cannons are booming bells ringing flags living from every house The city is being pa in led red G L SHOUP OsJionxB Idaho July leail pro Icctud You have done your whole duty and the neoDle made no 1 B WILLIS SWEET Idaho July is good 3Iur run for Idaho Ml us about it 31 T 33AKEU Sccy Hoard of Trade BAKEII CITY Orogon July heard the news What a glorious victory I congratulate vou nml Idaho Cixv July heartiest con is alromly celnhratiug lha KcpubliwMis of Die fully appreciate your successful efforts 1 J WOOD Utah July shake old boy Well done them gocd and faithful servant JHKD J KIKSEL Ssx FiiANCisco July from Idiihos llrst JJnnk with Sinupore JJurnih A Iilnho July 3 Tiie citizens of Kelchum send you oougrutulatioiis ami regardless of politics IDAHOS DOUBLE CBLBWRATJOX Boisu CITV July to people of this city and vicinity are making great preparations to celebrate to morrow There is general rejoicing over 1vhc State bit account of admission jJelc gute Dubois this morning telegraphed Gov ernor Shoup that President Harrison had just sisrned tho Admission Idano the in the same mes sage Mr Dubois requested Governor Shoup tapresent hilt compliments to the people or 4he State of Last evening the Boise City Board of Trade unanimously passed a resolution thanking Delegate Duhois for his untiring for and oontrratulating him upon Also thanking Sena tors Otillom and Platt for their presentation of Idahoselaimsia the Senate Congratulatory telegrams have been pour upon Governor Shoup from all parts ofthe country manyOf them from promi nent citizens of TJtan The celebration to morrow willbo a double one and people are coming from all tlie southern city beautifully decorated than ever beforeand to be successful held in Idaho Ho Will Receive His Shoclc DurJn tho First AVcclc In ColdrRIoodccl Dcctl of an Kl Paso Crimes July to TMB of the boldest bunco games over played in Colorado ooeurrod near this placO a day or two ago The first of last week v Kcuticman giving Ills name as Mr Lea from Omaha called at the farm of J T Wallace juror who is a bigamist or who or encourag riagos or is a member of any organisation which teaches such uoo Tlu State has a Mormon test oath which isroquirod of voTors and it was not until the Supreme Coim upheld Us constitution ality that the bill was considered by the Senate Territorial Commit toe In ibo House thn Democrats rcfvained from voting ami asserted an of making a on this bill of Speakers right to count a quorum Denvers Masonic Temple DRXVEK July Tho uow Masonic Temple at the omiW of tho property entered imo negotiations for It purchase A oouplo of days after another strangor at tho farm and mi folded a lottery scheme to Wallaoo and Lee whereby they could secure by investing latter appeared to become very angry presumption of tho statctl ho was opposed to any sucli methods socurlns money Leos protestations wcr in vain Wallace was determined to uid came to Boulder ar SSOO liis farm a lino cxie boing Sn hi wifes name he could not negotiate so he went to his brother tho licv Georga told him ho had a scheme ard se curod tho monoy promising to money back that very night Welton and Pixieenth stroeis ono handsomest lu the city was dedicated Joday by the Grand Lodge A V and A M of Colorado several hun dred delegates from tho various lodges throughout tho State took part In tho core monies APPROAGHiKG AH AGREEMENT T1I2 GK A Each Side Yielils a llulton rurchasc Must Ho by Value ami Mot by Ounces SALT LAKE Titinuxi HUKEAU Si reel July XlilJllVj ifcLJlV True 10 his promise AYalaco returned tr his bnVvhors house that evening and tol tho following story He returned to i farm from Koulder aeeonipanSed by The Conference Committee on tho Silver j purchaser of his but ad whon they by the lottery in tho bill held a meeting jonrned without an agree day a confereiKo of the Republican nem borsof the committee was held In Senator Morrills room Those present Sena tors Tones and Sherninu and tives Conser anrt Walkei Tliree hours were speiyt ii an attempt to formulate a bill and much progress was intulo tho meeting ndjourned tn informnl discus sion which took plnce bnmgh out ic fact that in agreement1 will be easy on all propositions involved except thnt for the purchase of a fixed imount ol ounces of silver instead of a detinlto valno in Senntor Sherman Mr allcei nnd Mr Conger stuck tixcdly to thoinoposi tion that worth of silver only should be bought eich month whllo tho oMier members were as decided thai the amount should be tliat number of ounces Tbo Siimie conferees informally agteeU to yield five and unlimited coinnge and the cliiusc giving i full legal teiulor quaHty to nil already Issued Ihe House conferees on the other hand yielded the bullion feature Another meeting will be on Monday at which it is hoped that an agreement will The Western and members are solidly in favor of silver bullion by ounces and not by value in dollars Itis understood that a party of llepubJIcau Sen ators havtf stoned a letter to the hen a te conferees thnt the value in ounces provision inusii go in tliebill TUI3 COMMITTKH MI3KTISO IN July The two buggies wore drawn up stao side nnd Lee handed over SSOO for ho received a containing These bills were deliberately by Mr Leo who thcnrcmafkeil I suppose you will bo as good as ami let Mr Wallace havo the uenunj of this scheme v The lottery man assented and eagerly reached for his currency aud to count it Ollt Oh let mo count it tor Lon I am used to With this ie grasped tho pile stepped tlio other buggy and loft poor WallaceJ Tf on twitted as they rapid drove away Neither of yet been heard officersarc theiitrack A NKW YORK VOUGER AKUBSTED DRXVBK July M J fruitless conference over the sll verbil wns held this morning One members that the time was spent in a general discussion of the financial and thnt no proposition was presentci and iressed with any particular force vn ndiournment was taken ab noon until Saturday morning It is said that previous to that probably this afternoon or evening the Republican members of the conference will hold a meeting with a view to agreeing by hig on receipt of a telcgriun spnctor Uyrnes New York City Thompson Is wanted In Now York fop cry to tho tho amount of Ho salU under several ditrorent nimes it Is among them Walter Thompson and P Bennett Ho is 134 years has tf lianllooklnB face Some sensational opmcntp aro expected in tho case as soon correspondence tho Neiv York of One of tlio upon isome Dasis OL action upon which the conferees arc di vided is said to be whether only the cMcstobe issued in accordance with the liiil be made legal tender or nllcer tiiicates outstanding previous to the ap piovalof the bill as well Walker one of House conferees is credited with having sugFested a bill to re quire customs duties to be paid in gold ulow but that was ruled out en tbe ground Hint its consideration would open a siou upon matter not properly included within the scope of the bills before the con niaiid ot the House conferees is quoted as saying that tlic only serious between the House and Senate conferees relates tothe bullion rtxlcinption clause THE PRICE OF A BRIBE TUB AMERICAN CROOK ABIIOAII U July TuiuxiNK San Francisco Chronicle When th4 Duchess of Edinburgh jewels wore last May when that daughter of tho Czar in the Scotch capital with her J opening tho exhibition itwas confidently predicted that the thief would prove to ii American The theft was peculiar tl ins and entirely and entirely successful qualities supposed especially to mark American crook Tho prophecy has proved today tobe justified Stephen SmltW was arrested on the strongest suspiciou the slealer of the voyal jewels Ho m an American balling from land Ho is of slim build and small cfiess and appear of a gentleman When Sergeant White of tho Yard first lieard of therobbery he nectcd Smith whose niatbods be vjell had him shadowed bub wont abroad and returned only the other day Ho his innocence when arrested but when lorsings searched superb jimmy nnd a saw used only expert t for opening wardrobes and tlie like ound In his Howas wearing found In his owas earng quantity of costly jewelry itizen Snci studs and thes weroHbcraJly THE ADMSSrOX TVAsriiNGTON bill declares of Idaho aState Constitution July and tnefpllpwjng new 6tate Is tive hv Congress until usual Kraut of sectionslO of public in each the land of public sales Ar Up Ixis Citizen An Ainirit solitaires His clothes were liberally ship iiud plied with money Ho served a term LONPONJuly i pvisonincnt in Germany for fraud a yea Francisco Chronicle Series E Tcssup of i two ago and was idcntiHed by vate chapel of ClamSs Castle Forfarshire Scotland to Lady Mildred Lyon second daughter of the Earl of Stratlnriore Only tiie Intimate friends of the bride and bride groom were present at the ceremony The bridesmaids were Lady Constance and Lady MaudLyon sisters of the bride and her nieces Violet and Muriel Lypn Tlie honey moon sot There one of BJoomfieldMoores connections by and a of Mrs BloomfieiaMoore lie 5s a son of the late Alfred Tessup paper manufacturer lie lias a handsome fortune in his own right and haslous been a favorite in English so ciety AN ORIGINAL Two Kansas City Affchtt Find They Are Not Wanted cm July Francisco Chronicle TWO Kansas City original package agents of death was went to Ottawsi to open a Tiemmler the liauor store When they arrived the cliurch case has Jiquorbv ong fight in left for tonight accompanied award Er PASO Texas July D Brown an export and railroad clerk was wa mnrdcred in The Gem saloon yes morning by Wra G Colxvcll an the steam pumping station He lng and gambling all night oclock In the morning 1 irritable mood having met wit tlio faro table standing outside the door and jee asked CoJwell bowmuchhe Colwell says lie replied that it his After more idside an andhands on the Walking to placedone foot between his and bending two lets In his They entered and killed him on down The crowd another and reach ed the depot and reshipped to Kansas Tne agents is understood they will secure and endeavor they bioodsned is suro to followl InsuoU an event Wreck j to could J i byWrvnil i Costly1 J llJl6ciitii idrfsevferal ;

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Publication: Salt Lake Tribune

Location: Salt Lake City, Utah

Issue Date: July 4, 1890

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