Salt Lake Tribune, July 6, 1890

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July 06, 1890

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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah First Part VOL 238 Pages 1 to ft SALT LAKE CITY UTAH STOT3A FOOLISH MAJOR POWELL He florid Spend Fifty Years In r rigation Surveys A SILVER STORM BREWING IN THE WEST for Knnornlnation j and Sherniiiri HenrH of i VcfltordftyH Conferj cnce a Decided Stand A breaker carried him over one and IRA0 rl isoo f favored him however Thy current swun him partially nmmI and ho pushed away from with his hand Then another law lireatiioruisuil somur sunilti him for a short time and then keeping him ntatlonary in eddy Tho HpecLuUjjH thought ho was gone but ha soon out near tho Whirlpool inpldii Incline railway was washed into an eddy iicaithe shore With the assistance of several KpcctiitorH ho scrambled out on UK roKkrt In a greatly exhausted condition lie a cut on tho left foot and a tcrrlple giihli In i hi loft above the kiioo which disabled Jilm KO ho could not walk TlicxrInjuries ho received when dashed jivciiltisl a rock Ho said however that he vnuld his trip through tho whirl pool If munaxor consented but tho latter refused fi In fnrtitmito for Soulos that ho was washed Hshoro for hud ho gone through tho whirlpool in his condition ho would surely havo heirn killed HOW TO DO IT FOURTH OF JULY Denvcr Lays the Corner Stone of the Capitol Building AMMANY RAISES A DISTURBANCE Oratorical Pyrotechnics Over the Election Warns the Pliclps on Amer icas Confederates Street i July Tho Western litcht on Major IuwellH j perpetual Irrigation In tin Wast Kathcrs strength The aMon of Iliwotl In deliberately blocking sctMumont over a j tMrd of tho United by Kcrcxailou Is j lllcoly to precipitate an Investigation of tho j ontlro geological survey Hcheniu Senators j Paddock and Btewart havo led tho attack on tho enormous appropriation of which Powell iiMkcd to boglu hb survey ut the arid and It will certainly ho ro ducod to If It IH not wiped out altogether H has developed tho hearings hofftrft tho Appropriations Committee that tho schomo of Irrigation mapped out by Powell meant lltty years of exploring and Muiveying Moantlmo no land except under tho homestead entrlow madesince Octobor 1888 coutrtho declared Invalid Tho entire West Is up In arms and tho law will olthor repealed or restricted closely to njsryvnlr slds aottuiHy HOloctod and to looiuUons for ditches and canals Aoonforonco on silver was held by tho full committee today Anothor mooting of tho Ropnblloan wivs hold which yrnn principally to an attempt to movo Senator Jonoa from his Induxlblo ad vooacy of tho proposUMou to a llxcd number ot ounccH of bullion Instead of a flxod valuo in doIlarH Bonator Tones bluntly told his associates thata failure to agroo with him on proposition means aoortaln rfjfusalon tho part of tho Sonato to agrtio to a conforonco roport arid tho consequent failure of sllvor It may bo well to romiirk that In that position Senator Jones has tho support of a largo majority of the Senators who are bringing a strong pressure upon Senator Shornian to compel him to filing Into lino with Senator Jones Tho magnificent speech of Senator Jonos and his admitted leadership In tho light for iillvor makes hlrntho most Important aud by far tlo most Influontlftl momtior of tho con foronoo comnilttoo Ho Isi quioMy oonlldont of thoroMitlfc I look for an early aproo ho satd to THK TKTHOSB oorrospond ent and a fnlrly satisfactory blil all Batlafaotory compromises take tlnio and oaro fnl consideration and wo oan hotter atVord to wait than to lose any important ConRor rooolvod tho disagreeable nows to dny that ho had boon defeated for ronoml natlon In Congress Senator Sherman la said to bo tearing emphatic of dlssatls faotlon from Ohio Sllvor s In tho air all over tho country and tho utmosphoso of Oonjrross Is being materially alTeoUul by the coin wave from tho West The end of the coming week ought to seo tho sllvor bill pasaod and signed by tho TUB OONKKUTCNCK Tho Pacific Coast Will Spread Itself ufc the Worlds Fair OmoAao July Mark S MoDon ald mfjmljcratlargo from California of the Worlds Columbian Commission left for homo this afternoon by way of Minneapolis Si Paul Tiuioma and Portland Colonel McDonald was accompanied by his altor iiutptttlarxo Judge Thomas Burke of Seattle Colonel McDonald said that both himself and Hiirkc wore returning homo with the intention of seeing that tlio entire Pnelfly should at onco begin upon a grand for exhibits at the Worlds Pair and thoy should per mit nothing to amiss to carry out such Intentions Telegrams were received from prominent peoplo of Minneapolis St Paul ISlHHark Spokane Tacoma and Iurtland by Colonel McDonald request him to Ktop on route and address tho people of those cities Hoforo leaving ho challenged Comniissionor Joseph Hirst Of Floridaas to a competitive exhibit of soinl troploal fruit at Mie Worlds Fair stlonor Hirst readily accepted tliu challongo The Vveokly Bank SMitomcat Nicw YOIIK Iuly weekly bank statement shows n rcsolvo decrease of npodo Incroaso The hiinkH now hold In excess ot tho KALAKUAS CABINET BY THKV AllIS FOUCKO TO OF TUB OPrOSlTIOX WAStitNOTON July rpnei Republican murnbors of the Conforence Committee on tho Silver bill met today U tho Intention to hold a regular cunfur onoo but Hland of HOIHO iotiforoes and TInrrls of the Sonato oonforces woro absent Tho principal toplo dlseiiHsod It Is under stood waa In regard to the amount of to bo nmnthly wlioMior it shall bo ounces or worth The proposition to strike out tho bullion redemption ieatnre wtw also thosubjoot of some discussion No llnal conclusion was arrived at Oil 1NBSB 1NSTHUCTIONS Acting Secretary of tho Treasury Batch oiler Issued the following Instructions In regard to tho free entry Snlo the United States of Chinese atler n visit to China pirstChinese who aro laborers are under tho Exclusion act of October 1 ISSft absolutely dooarrod from taiulliig In the United States unless It be fov transit across the United States territory under tho De partment regulations ot July September and December 18S9 not laborers and who may havo heretofore resided In the United Stctos are uot prevented by tho existing laws and treaties from rotumlng to tho United States after vising China or olse Vhero No certificates or other papers however are Issued either by the Depart ment or any Its subordinate onioors to abow that thoy are entitled to land In the States but It in suggested tliatsuOh persons should before leaving tho United States provide themselves with such pnxfs of Identity as may bo cicomed proper show ing that thoy have been residents of tho United States find that thoy are not lab orers so tliit they can present the same to anil be idontllleil by tho collector of customs at thi port where they may return persons nut laborers who jt mfty come to tho UnlUu States for the ilrsr time avo only entitled to land upon com seution of the act of July 1 1884 which prescribes that such person obtain permission of and bo Identified as so entitled by the Chinese Government or such other foreign government of which nt the time svioh persons shall be sub jects in sueli wiso to bo evidenced by cer tificate issued by such government The certificate shall bo In iho English language and shall show such permission with tho of the person with hla or her proper SAVING TUB XffTKKKST Statements issued by tho Treasury nartmeit shows that In four and four and a half bonds havo been purchased since August It ifiS7 at a total cost of This was u saving over tholr cost at maturity of THROUGH RAPIDS A Darinff Swimmers Thrilling Ex perience nt Nlnjjiirn NIAOABA July Soulos o MnsUegon yesterday attempted to swim tho Whirlpool rapid Samuel Smith of Lowlston N was to have gone through vith him In a rowboat but ttunkcd away HundTecls of people woro on and bank Soules enforod tho water at m nar ihe cantilever brlrtgo on tho Canadhin clad in a wool shirt and r nk aiui a cork vest At ho came tho abutments of the bridge and tossed like a cork in tho volume of wiitor which thoro forced Its way 7 through tbo gorge When he escaped this Inrront ho had a comparatively easy jdrvo 4o tho railway suspension bridge at which V current caught and under the brldgo Hash this bridge there aro Tho Klnpr Appoints a New The Old Oahtmt CliarKod Vltli ConHplv Aivliint Unler SAN FiiANnrsco fnly Advices Cron Hawaii hy steamer Marlposa today slate niomher of thy opposition proposed a vote ot lack of oonlldonco In Ministry Juno Kith In tho This grow out of the rofusarof Korelgn Minister Austin to lay bo torn tho House documents ro garcllng tlti proposed treaty the United Htatos There was usplrlled debate On the matter juid vote nwulted In a to yL The Cabinet protiiplly resigned and the King has appointed a now ono as fol lows John Adams Oumniings Minister of Itoroign Affairs Cioclfroy Brown finance Charles Interior ArUuir fotorson AttorneyOonoiiil Tho dinerenees In the old Cabinet had heeii a matter of comment or some time During the session uC the Loglshiture on Juno IHli Minister Ash ford answered ohnrges iniido against him of connivance with the Insiinectlon last April He as serted that the Instmeotlon was only a con tinuance of the scheme of tho Ministers t depose King ICnlakua and piano on tlu throne his sister Prlnctss Ijllirunkala frequent rumoiH of Im trouble there was not sulllolenl aiumunltlon for even use and if It had not been possible to ob tain pounds from the United Stales steamer tho Insurrection woulc have been sueoessful Ho claimed that when it was voied to put through the pro posed treaty with United States the King was not to know all the facts A chitirfo re lating to Iho landing of foreign troops wa annexed u Die of the treaty am when the draft was loft with thn King thu annexed clause was by oversight led will It l ho King rejected It Asbfortl other meiubtMs of tho Cabinet will oonsplmoy and Minister entered ji general denial of the Lli next day ReDiTsenlatlvo Wllcox leader o the Iiisurveotlon made a statement about It Hoclalmod that a society was organ with the mutto Hawaii for llawall whose objeet was by peaceful meth ods to seeure to the natives a right to rep riKont the Government In oOlclal positions Thu party wanted King to alullcato as discontent prevailed among the people owing to tho opiunl scandal nud other oo ouvrences Wiltox contended that prior to Mils tho Ministry hid boon conspiring against the King and in favor of a Republic ESOAPJ3 A Stotuuev Crashes Into u Ijontl oiv Hmnunity AsTKitcxA inly Tho coasting steamer while bound oastwarc through Hell Gate this evening eollldec with the one of twt hiusus1 lathed together upon which wore between 1TOO and 5000 men women am In tow of the tugboat H Is almost a miracle that a terrible dlsas ter and great Uis of llfo did not follow Kortituately however no ono was killed though several were Injured Eight of those injured most seriously were taken to tho hospital Captain 0 W Norton of tho bargo Wal ter says that while passing through tho Hell Gate the Eloanora was seen steaming tojthe east The tug signaled her by whistling twice to keep to the port sldo and the steamer j apparently obeyed the signal until about opposite the barges Her bow then suddenly turned aud in a mo ment crashed iigninst the sldo tho bargo amidships almost throwing the latter on its beam emls though U was lashed to thoothcr barge In a second tho rear half of the guard rail and bulwark of tho upper deck weroeut clean away Along tho rail on ihe bench seats running around tho up per deck wero seated many men women and ehUdien upon whom the broken sup ports ami splinters of tho timbers foil About twenty persons In till woro Injured by thoso lly Ing pieces Had t he steamer struck the barge there Is no tolling what the result would havo been At the timo of the collision the excursion ists wero danelng and the moment tho crash WHS heard ascono of most Intense excite rooMt began Men ran hither and thither searching for tholr wives children and sweethearts and shouting for lifepre while the women screamed and fainted and tho children joined in with a chorus of cries Tho oRioors of bargo succeeded however In restoring order The K oi P Conclave July General Corna han commander of the Uniform Bank order reached Mil waukee today and with directly into camp Representatives of numerous State and regimental organizations have ar rived ivro preparing tho way lor their delegations Tho conclave will begin Mon dayy Bostoii Gain BOSTON J uly Supervisor Watlln of Census Bureau gives us tho official estimate ofliostons population Tho figures Of 1S80 woro DENVER July to TIUBi celebration of the National hol tlay began yesterday tho programme being the dedication of the magnificent new Ma lonlo temple several hundred representa tive of tho order throughout tho State par ticipating In tho event Today the morning sun dawned auspic iously upou the Nations natal clay and saw marshaled In Donvorthis display for which weeks of careful preparation havo boon pent Thousandsof people thronged the from an early hour vantage points for a view of the grand pro cession Tho paradestarted at 0 oclock passing through the principal streets of the elty It was tho handsomest and longest ever witnessed in tho Centennial State Tho columns arrived on the capltol grounds a little after 11 oclock where al ready there had assembled people to witness the laying of the corner slonp oC tho new Capital building which Is to which was conducted by the Grand Lodge of V arid A M of Colorado The kiugo block of granite weighed twenty tons before dressed and not over a ton was taken from It by the workmen Tho cap ijtono weighs about five tons anil was raised abovotho main block of granite which was to receive tho copper box by one of the largo traveling derricks The box placed under tho cap Is made of copper inches long eleven and a half inches broad and cloven Inches loop Among the articles placed in it wore a ilJlblo an American lag the Constitutions of Colorado and tho ITn I tod States a copy of lion J 11 Belfords oration a cano made from a oi thekeel oC tho old ship an address by oxGovernor Adams copies of the Denver papers and gold coins of various denominations and various other articles After Iho stono had boon scaled and prayer offered addresses woromade by ox Governor Adams and Governor Cooper After n brief luteiinisslon oxOongrossman iueifortl delivered a most brilllKut address Ion behalf oC tho State which was pronounced to be a maslorpleoo of oratory and eloquence At tiho conclusion oC Lsands of people took the oars for Lincoln i Park where thoy woro treated to a grand TAMMANYS auwcniiATroN NEW YOUK J uly Ball had a big oelcbmtlou today and u largo auclieneo attended the exorcises TheHrstspoiikorof diiy was Congrcss inan of Indiana whose chiefglory that ho received tho censure OL the Ko publlcau Speaker of the House of aatives The founders of the nation said rMr Bynum did not believe a majority however largo had a right to deprive tho i minority however small of its natural rights It had a right only with to rights of the minority In tho life of the nation lias such a deadly thrust at Its liberty boon made as in ilho passage of tbo Federal Election billV iThls law was not intonUed for tho South alone It was Intended for New York and ilmliana Not satisfied with unseating i honestly members of tlie House the Republicans dqvisou llils sohcme to enable thorn to count out the Democrats before they i could lake their seats With voice pun and with sword tho people should rise I in tholr might und provGuUhoomioimenD of I such a law Congressman Crisp of Georgia said the Republicans sought by exciting prejudice against the South by assailing It with slnu ders to secure this bill but having made it a law they would soon turn It against Now York being ready to do uny thing to ruUiln power Letters of regret wero road from exPrcs 1 Itlent OlevoliLiul Oovovnor Hill and a num 1 bor cif other Uomocratio Governors Senators i and Tho letters from Messrs iUlovelund and 11 IU wore followed by loud applause and throe cheors for each Then came a number short talks by prominent gcuttotuen Governor Hoggs of reforlngto the election bill said ho believed In letting the colored man have his rights but not tho white mans rights too This is a white manVsovermnont and he bulieveil Iu supporting his own race Congressman Springer said the election bill was an assault ur tho liberties of the people and the day wasnucfar distant when tho people may be called make a new Leclaratlou of Independence Congressmen Meiuillen Allen Kerr Yodor Ohio and Mnusur also spoke A resolution wns unanimously adopted dcolarlng that mass lacotihgs should bo called throughout the country to douounce the Federal Election bill and to protest against Its passage by tho Senate Exlrcsldont In bis letter said In part Tho onporturiities and temptations presented to partisanship us to tho tiiwo when mirtv control is far too arrogant and whim public lihicos the true intereits of tho people are too conyiilureil In this wTio lovo thuir country nniy wnll ranenibcr wuh ioinfort jinU satisfiiotlononlmlcpuiidejicoDiiy that tho disposition of the Anioricun people to revolt nniliuhniuistratlou still rornains to tAicm and Is iho bsidgo of their Jrcuilom and well their security for con Untied and huppinoss Thoy will uot revolt plan of Goyununont for us molcotiou and prosurviUioh supply every insninirion of truo Amoricauisin but bociuisu thcv nro free uiul Aincrican tVicv will as long as their love and veneration for theirGovernment against the doininntion of partywhich en trusted with power sordidly seeks con tinuance andwhich faithlessly violating its plain and simple duty to tho people insults them with professions of disinterested solicitude while it oats out thoirsubstauce With all this we should not iu blind security deny tho existence of danger The musses of nna therefore uenerous Thoy uro there fore conildcuti and theyare houestnnd therefore unsuspecting Our peril lies in the ease with which they maybedeluded uud cnjoledby those would tratllo o occa sion is more opportunethan tho celebration of tho IHth ttiuiivorsary of American ludcptndence to wnrn thu American present ne oessitv on their part of vigilant watchfulness of their fights and jealous eduction of ah honest nna unseliisii performance orpublicdiity fest nation on the From biij lofty sta tion he saw more clearly than any one else the full sweep of this incroasablc Ho was neither dazzled nor shaken ho kept his pose rugged and firm as shunning the tempting paths of popularity keeping the Turitan simplicity of our fathers daysarid having no other aspira tion than his surroundings Character was greater than success Referring to the estimate that was spent traveling in Europe ho saia Although the Custom House cau show was a return reward yet there was a certain reward In the ampler knowledge and experience gained which Americans learn to use Alluding to American homo life as the sweetest and purest on earth the speaker said he thought however travelers would incl that thoGcrmans made their homo Uto fuller taking their families Into tholr pleasures and amusements and many taking them into their business Chief Burgomaster Sorckciibcck rnacie a speech during which ho bestowed en conlnms on Mr Bancroft the historian THE KOlALTY OT anE SOUTH CHATTANOOGA July Con fcclerato veteran reunion had a monstor parade today and in the afternoon several thousand people wero addressed by Governor Gordon of Georgia iu a patriotic speech Among other tilings ho said The Sou 111 wus a loyal conn try but wp wero wrong on the question and there is not a son or daughter of the Soulii today who would havo slavery restored While for lour years tho North and South wero dcmdly oncmios wo arc lor Bvnmioro brothers and und to Smithorners would todny llKhLiis loyally lor t u ling of our country as any man who fought win Grant and Sherman Tonighttho whole city Is illuminated LookoutMountain and Missionary Ridge are ablaze with lights and on the Tennessee river and Cameron Kill are teenlc displays Tin Aiisir oi POHTLAND July The Fourth of July celebration given in honor of tho Army of the Potomac was a great A b g parade of city and State military and civic organizations was reviewed by General Sherman and other officers A clam bake was later discussed and llroworks filled ths evening WAS SP13ECJ1LESS The Great Orator PI nuked by a Band NEW YORK July Dis San Francisco Chronicle Just before tho captain of tho steamer Normannia gave tho order to cast off at 0 oclock yesterday morning Ohaunooy M Depow was fast asleep in his stateroom Two moments later ho was out of his berth and wlclo awako and was staring with astonishment out of the cabin window ilia dock was lined with cowboys and Indians of Korepaugh and West shows and every man In tho party was firing his Winchester rlllo as fast as bo could pull tlio trigger while squaws and youngsters wore yollinR to split their throatn When the racket subsidedthe Siouxin terpreter bestowed on Depew the namo of Pawnee Killer and then roari a letter 0 Lack Bull Boar of the Wood Mountain Sioux GiiBAT WHITE brethren red and aro to havo comn liuru to wish yon sti fulfill your tniveJs over the Kiuutblue waters Wu olien heard of your aiulwlion wo behind your hprsg oMron over your Ulill of rrom HulfalOto AJIwny wu tlKiiiuht must you beliliihin counsel oC tho grent uhito father at anil when you TO turn to theso sliortsH and meet ngiuntne great fathor will you not intercede with him fur those Indians who for taking part in auonfllct with the Glister wore1 to British The Indians have huun spokenfalse allulonw in Glisterwas them but the ponr Indians do but lightwhen attacked by Uio yellowhaired Chiiify We have never sought or desired siiip but wo Imlians1 ieul Unit wowould give anytliing to he ableto CHS t our votesfor you should you dbslro to be our wnto father Chief and tlie Indians votv best wishes gowith For once In his life was unablo to make up a speech in replyand he had to with bowing bis thanks as Mio steamer moved off Among tho forty braves wore Kicking Horse chief of the Malodans and Lomr Tooth of tho Asslrinboinbs anil nino sqiuiws including Mrs Hailstonesin Her Stomaoh Mrs Thunderstorm A WOOL PROTEST BERLIN Jiily The American Riflemen si brilliant banquet at tho Kaizerliof Among tho guests Avorovpnlted States Minister Tholps 1 wife oxComptroller JphiiT Jay lead ing Ainer loan number of speaking t iflont HarrisonvtsaidAbiorlciisvdaviKer arose i IdeubHiffisbh ruled and The Senates TarilT Amcmlmcnts AVouId Kuin the IndusSry ST Louis July The officers of the Wool Growers1 National Associationhave issued anoUior address totho wool growers ug forth tlio dangers of the proposed Senate amendment thu lucKinley bill so far as wool is concerned Senator Halos amendment if adopted address says will admit wool free of duty from all na Mons on this hemisphere Clevelands iroo wool recommendation was no worse South American wools would supplant domestic wools and your industry would perish The Republican platform would bo violated vho of protection as well and tho pro duction of tho wool nbccssnryTor clothing in the United States bo transferred to for eign nations The address further protests vigorously atainst theproposed Senate amendments to strike out the clause prohibiting the sorting of wools and to strike out thu words in cluding and AVe have yielded all that can yielded In jusMco to our Industry tosecure general protective the amendments referred to arc a he Halo amendment would work absolute ruin Either of tho other amendments will perpet uate the fraudulent prat ices in importations of carpet wool etc Wo call for your imme diate action as individuals and as associa tions Give notice to those representing you in tin halls of legislation that you ox pectthu Republican party to its pledges and fulfill its promises by speedily passing the MoKlnley bill CHEUDREN BLOWN TIP A Kcp ol and Kills Four V SCOTT July A Con taining fifty pounds of powder August Smiths grocery store at Industry this ovoninsj lujuring seven children fatally The store vvas dren and attbe tiimo6f the number wero presen t powder exploded with terrific the twostory struc ture f rdmits foundationsand com pletoly August Smi th Jr aged was burned toa crisp John Brannor aged 10 ler aged wero fatally others wcro but will recover Several kegs of ppwder wero stored1in the cellar ancVa more horrible j calamity i was averted by tlie prompt work ol neighbors in End vDispatch Francisco Chronicle the inost pathetic istoricsVinxtiio li oicd aud to take tho life of her Innocent baby The womans body had been at the morgue only a short time when it was Identi fied as that of Mrs Wendhiudt wife of Franz fc Letters received by John E Ereud pastor Gorman Evangelical Lutheran by Henry Kaiser in j j the Weudlanclts lived showed conclusively that thehusband and wife had inutuallv agreed to end their that of theirbaby All because the woman to wliom they awed S70 and who held a chattel mortage ou their furniture had in stituted foreclosure proceedings The firr niturc was to bavo been sold yesterday Both Wendlandt and bis wife who had seen better days would not bear what they considered the disgrace oC seeing their fur niture sold for debt and they evidently decided upon suicide as a refugo from their troubles They left the house in the even Ing and were afterwards seen In Hudson Square fronts on tho river They leaped into tho water together from the ilver walk and the bodies of woman and child floated down with the tide to tho siioamship pier No trace of body lias Wendlandt was anauthor and musician He was about thirty years old and his wife about twenty seven They were a handsome couple and unaccustomed to tholr poor surromndiugs COEDUCATION DISCUSSED Prominent Educators Express Inter esting Views oa the Subject ST PAUtvJuly todays session ot tho National Council of Education tbo re port of tho Committee on Education of Girls was taken up Chairman John Hancock of Ohio gave a report ou the subject CoEdu strong believer in cooQucation aivd ha ad vanced iiany reasons srfor maintaining his 4 Tboroport was followed by a lively ana interesting discusion in which some dllTcr enceOf opinion was expressed E E of Ohio was fearful that often rosult in sarioas impropiUetles on the part of the students Tho most pronnneut featuro ofthe discussion was the reply by Miss Conway of Memphis Tennessee who has a private school Sho argued that exclusive education was best as In such colleges it was easier to pre serve and foster that essence which wo call Mr Hancock in his closing remarks said rules which govern society will govern boys and girls iu schools Oberlm Collage was cited At tlieaftornoon session a report on tno Professional Function of Polytechnic was made by Laugdon S Thomp son FOUR FAIK INTIMIDATORS Thoy Threaten Another Girl With Instant Death NEW YORK July Dis Francisco Chronicle TlVdhifrhtoncd circle of Long Island society aro alj aroused over the arrest of four of its brightest bolles on a charge of intimidation and tnVeats tomurder preferred by Miss MaryiQiiyVhetoro Jiistlco IVost of yesterdayiS n anextraorclinary story told by Tuesday ovonlng sho 1st Church to practice witli whilo there tho four yoiinff arc also members ofthe attacked her and1 forced her rnado pain of inistant death that she would coaso to receive attentions from man mimed James wlio is said to be lovc with her Thwy wore with a revolver and a razor To sobbecl Miss Gay that I should havo to kneel on the dusty floor of the organ loft to take such an oath or else probably bo Tho ytnme women who aro under arrest think they have clone nothing wrong In relinquish her cliiimB to the allcctlons of Mr Townscnd Ho had jilted another girl for Miss Gay and they were not to stand by aud see it SPARKS FROM THE WIRES John Snooks a Denver biilclicr threatened Hio house foroinan with a Wincheslor rillc disarmed Snooks and killed him a butohur knifo John ainl wife at Now York abouttheir child Lutz shot his wlfo and killed Tho Ainorican Art Studdnts Association at Paris was presentRd with a ilaglon the Ifourtn the of president Harrison Terrific gulesswept over Lake ichigan Thurs day nijiht Several excursion steam ers and had narrow escapes A Lowell couple were married in a bal oon on the Fourth spectators being pros ent Tho NiUionnl Council of Education isholding a session at St Paul lilast Saginaw hotel was set on flra by lirecrackers and two Kuesta were burned to i Professor Ulnck an aeronaut Braidstown Illsfttlcinpted to dcseend rrotnii balloon parachute The parachute collapsed ana tin iiurouanlfell 400 feel and was letter curriers have formed iNationa and aro holding iv session at York IN THE FIELD OF SPORT toams A Porert oped yesterday Ji The wbni an b ad aPbeai ii tif i a cntlr arms v sbo wellfdressedind apparently and her poTertcr drove her tusband HANLAN WINS A THREE MILE RAGE The Chicago Slngffcr Last Days Races at Basp Ball of tho Clubs N Sroux CITT Iowa July 5 Edward ITan nn defoatncl George Hosmor by half a lenKth n a threomtlesholl raco for a purso of SSOO BRENNAX DIMS OHiCAGO July Brennan the lightwolght pugilist who wiis injurea in tho sparring match Thursday night with Prank Garrard died at 4 oclock yesterday inorn ng TflK lilATCH LONDON July arrangements to match loo McAuliflo and Slaviu for the Ormond Olub stakes wero completed to day Lord Lonsdiilehosadvlsea Madden tiilccepii theaerms offered as ho considered them Madden took Lonsdales advice and tho articles will be signed early next week Matktcn said ho never hau any ob jection to theOrmond Club but that ho pre ferred LordLpnsdales management BEATBN NKW ybiuc July worlds record in putting a sixteenpound shot was broken today at tho games tho National Ath letic Club of Brooklyn George K Gray of the Now York Athletic Olub put tho shot fortyfive feet and one inch being ono Inch over any previous record Tlie Races July to Tftin July racing meeting of the West Side Association closed today with tho best races of the week Tho attendance was fail but the weather unfavorable as a high wind prevailed Tho freeforall trot was the feature of tho clay Big money found way into tho pool box on this race Iho fa vorites were Manning sell ng first and Carl second choice The following is tlie summary First race running halfnnloPtrst heat won Tho Jew second Green Pre witt distanced Time Sunday took the sooond heat and race in lOJ4 Saddle horses 600 yards won Sorrol Dan second Bird third Time Frooforall trot pnrso 14 JIT TVAS1JINGTON 1AUK WiSniNOTON PAKK July illlles won Lindsay second Tickup third 1line Twovcnrolds threefourths of a Jjalgouri Chimes third Time Boulevard stakes all ages 0 won second Rival third lime Threeyearoldand upward mile and a won Arandcl second Whitcroso third Time SrOOM Threeyearolds mile beats won Longevity second Laura Davidson third Time Second heat Wary won Krandoletto second John lolu third Time AT SIOJJMOTTTII TAHK JlONWODTii PARIC July of a won Worth second Blno Eoek third Time Threefourths of won Peter second Klldeer third Time One and onehalf miles Momnouth stakes flllloaHor nigbness won Gloaming Ban third Time LOUBranch handicap mile and a fourth won Prince Royal second Cas 5 Blackburn won Fidussc sec ond Chemise third Time and Kaleidoscope ran a dcau heat tor first Keinpland third Times Kaleidoscope won the run Sovcnelffhths of a miloAVorth won Brougham Fad third Tho Players Brotherhood came was finally deci5ed ihiely Attendance 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 j I HitsChicago S Boston 10 ErrorsChicaco j 2Uoston 3 lUtlorfesHutcbmson anl I redsc JCiohol and BenneU and Tho American Association i rUILAUBLVUlA 5 1 ST LOUIS St BROOKLYN PBICE FIVE WILLIAM RAISING A STORM 3 3 The Kaisers Balkan Policy plates Momentous Changes A NEWPRINGE FOUND FOR BULGARIA The Western Association Des Minneapolis Sioux CITY j Kansas ST 01 St DKSVUIK 16 j KussU Does Xot Endorse tho Pro Trjuii5SiDeriim Rail way to Be Pro hibits tho Importation of Corn Standing of the Clubs Following is tho standing of the clubs in July by York Associated aro grow in j rUlllMVlUb in LIIU ill T tho three leading organizations at xlio cioso i SjKns0f an impending storm in tho Balkans of Fridays games j Tho situation is so grave that tho holiday vacations of ILAVEKSnKOTHEKHOOnjj XATIOXAt New 610 8 the leading ofiioials of tho Foreign Ofliee Lave been stopped A mo mentous change appears to havo occurred in Germanys policy in tho Kalkaws In stead of pursuing rho semineutral 110 ASSOCIATION Athletic Louisville Rochester St Louis Coliun bus Toledo 5S 50 m 59 01 1 x 31 509 wo ro3 Nrnnkl vn THE BEGOBO OF CRIME WAStllXGTON HOUSK T1TII5VJBS MAKE A lion Ucvorly Tucker on the evening of ilio i nt tlieNew York Pnstcur In slitutc is abriilo C a month a beautiful yoant woman from roiussor Robert H Bishop for many years eonnected with thoMiami University died at from paralysis Tho family of the lato President Mencn doz of Salvador telegraphs that tho reports of poisoning and shooting aro false and that be died of apoplexy TilERE BEFORE How the FourthAVas Celebrated n Trenton TRENTON July Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle feat ures of tbe celebratiori here were the let ting off at ono tluic of firercrackers by Chincso lanndrymon tho Masonic Temple and at tbe Inter state ITair grounds in ihe presence of 0000 peopled The bride at the public wedding was Harris and thebride sroom Oharlca G Duliield is On the sunny side of 40 When sho heard it that would give a S500 suit any couple who would ftF she made up that shewould capture the prize She and husband were whirled away in a coach tho band playing both boeriv there a and the choering chorus Shes iiiyAnriie Im her The local Urbthcrhood club by timely balling iiuleubv the visitors unlucky errors won tlut Eiainu Attendiince ulOO IMttshui 1 3 1 l 3 o o o i o o oo 0 Brooklyn 8 Pltwliurir 6 Brooltlyn 6 ButtorlesMsiu and Gnrroll Sowdcrs anU Dully UuipircsGaffney Sheridan v today wns well played outside of the pitching department A of Maine Desporuiloen ITold a Carnival uiul OcpotISyraud In Great Iain SPOKAKIS July have made a grand roundnp in eastern Washington and northern Idaho during tho past lew days Tho methods of their opera tionsindicates that they hayo a regularly organized band with leaders Snturdny and Sunday rendezvoused near r i plomaoy of Trinco Bismarck the Emperor 1377 hns directed Ilerr Jiadowltr to tako tlio In itlatlvo in advising tho Porto how to moot tbe conflicting claims of Bulgaria and Russia Instructed through Chancellor Caprlvi Rtidowjtz has promised tho Porto 27l j early solution of tho Bulgarian Uoublo in accordance with ctho Berlin treaty and also that an ondeavoi will bo made to meet tho Ilnssian war Indemnity Tho Emperors scheme of settlement ao covdlng to tlio accepted report In diplomatic circles involves tho dispiaciii of Princa Ferdinand and the substitution of Prince Karl of Sweden as ruier of Bulgaria in bis stead and also an arrangement of Russian indemnity ly capitalizing tlio1 amount through tho International Council of Administrationwhich now controls Turkish loaus Tho scheme seoms to havo received an impetus from Emperor Williams conference with Prince Oscar afc Though tho financial proposals havo uot been formally communicated to llussia Is already reported that Do Gicrs Russian Prime Minister has received an intimation of their nature with the expression thatt they were not satisfactory to Russia he stating that Russladid not want to bo con cerned In rearranging tho Turkish debt and preferred to hold tbo Porto directly to its engagements Ills response aieans thatt Russia will not lot go her grip on neck given by the war debt A general explosion in tho Balkans may occur before tho powers havo time to con sider Emperor Williams proposals Greccai and Scrviahavo added to tbo general im broglio by each to tha Porto to tho effect that any concession to Bulgaria would require shniiai concessions to tho Groece and SeiviaJnatiowalitiGS Tho Servian now also declares that tho absonca ol law and order in Macedonia exposes Servians to continuous and BIG DEAL A Foreign Syndicate Piirchases Over July San Antonio In1ormat tion was received hero today of the con 8umniationof pie in tuo Miistory of the The parties1 to thecontract were John Hancock of Austin and of tonioiacilihgfor owners and representa itivesbf syndicate The land fcherStato of Tamaiilipas Mexico andcom prises between i acres and also 25 000 etf s si itbo are i wersatali mariuf 13uffalo 10 ErrorsBoston 0 BntlericsGnmbcrt and Knlly Murphyi Keofo mid Mack UmpiresMatthews Tho Cleveland Brotherhood Clubwonthe gnmo to dny on Cleans timely bit and Shmdlcs error Attomlnnpe o intsClnvchunl 8 Philadelphia S Cl vrland 6 JhJJndolphla 3 BiiltcnesGruhcr and and Ross Jouos CHICAGO The B roth nrliood team lost the game through their inability to bat Attendance 4100 0 1 0 0 i0 0 000 Kcw 4M Errors York 5 nnd The National The and Pittsburg Leagueclubs laveditwo in the presence of over ffi wfiple In thenrst pirne Baker did not effect The second game was of great ehihth ijij 1J Psirreif Crniie anc paid S1200 A largo ninnbeVor ranchers j bavo organized for pursuit ofthe but with little hope of success as thoy bavo a good start A battle is sure to occur if tho pursuers overtake tho tholves HV15AU1 1N IAIN Puis July Is to a pitiable He suffers intense pain from an Internal disease with which he was attacked while in jail sit Havana and which was ag gravated by his voyage A DESPERADOS BLOODY Nuw ALIIAKV July reached bero today of a horrible double murder in Perry county George Zals n desperado who was driven out of the country by white caps beat bis wife to death on tho next day Sheriff Gardiier camo to Ho was mortally wounded by the murderer and has since died Zuls will bo yiichey A jrAIXB lUOT BASOOK Tuly Tho ordinarily peace ful towp of Orono eight miles abovo this city continued yesterdays celebration to drybv Having a regular Western flgnt and throwins the whole town Into an uproar A wt occurred at the Maine depot which eompany had been tryingto free itself from the presence of a crowd of tough loaf ers who had beenaccustomed to niako tho place their rendezvous Today six or seven roughs more or loss under the influence of entered tho station and breaking in door the NeiU who was bis dosk Tbo sudden and furious onslaught took fllm from his feet and they commenced kicking him and draiorins him toward the Ho rc ained Ills footing caught up n short piece ofgaspipo lying iu tbo waitingroom and went at his assailants He Judlaid two of them om before holp came Inthe person of the baggage master diaries who rushed into the walt iivroom with a revolver in one hand and a heavy club in the other Just as lie arrived three or four more roughs cnmc In oy another door Thotwd railroad men went at tbe crowd ami a wicked fight followed The superior numbers of the roughs told however at puce BuzzcU then opened firs with his revolver but aimed high hopingthat tho smell of Gunpowder would disperse them At his first shot however three or four revolvers were drawn ou the other side and Buzxell received probably fatal wounds At the bight of tho light a train rolled Into the station and the men on board joined hands against the desperadoes There was a fusllade of pistol shots Several wero wounded but the roughs were finally ar rested AKB nOBJSKD TO 0 0 2 J 0 8 Brooklyn 10 SAHATOGa N YM Shepherd of New York was found dcaa at Kouud Lake yesterday The body was naked if was supposed that he was drowned while in topsy showed noho of tbe ordimtry evidences of outwounds safflccnt to cause death were found upon the head and it was then discovered that hisclothing was rifled of a watclr and some money Tho renounclnff of Prinoo Bismarcka visit to England is due to the altered of foreign alTairs his at bchoanhauson and thence to Gastein where Count Kalnoky Prlmo Minister will also recruit his health Tho Hamburger Bays Bismarck will not outer tho HeScbstag If ho is drlvea to oppose the Government be would to represent a National Liberal constituency be now being more in sympathy with that party than with tho Conservatives Despite the opposition iu tho English Parv limucnt tho AnsloGcrman agreement rela tive to African territory is considered as absolutely safe The German ambassador at London has the assurance of Lord SailsJ bury that tho Government is causing supporters to know that It will stand or fallij by the compact and a normal majority Tho French reports of a clause in tho trsaty committing England toi nuval Intervention In tbo North Sea and tho Baltic in favor of Germany in the event of war are Incorrect although an entente exists amounting to a concerted agatust France and Russia Tho Rciclixanzigcr announces tbo reinoval of tho prohibition against the Importation of Darish podc and bacon Tho removal of o these restrictions will afford grounds for 5 renewal of Minister Phelps v concerning American trade It Is reported that tbo inability of Major Wissmann to return to Africa is dno to a morphino habit that ho contracted his service In tho dark continent suffered from inwomnla to suchan that ho was obliged to resort to nUSSIAS S1BJ3TIIAN rtANS Sis PETERSBURG Government to counteract tho plans ot China to make Manchuria an against Russia by building fortresses in that territory and colonization scheme has decided to hasten the construction of the Siberian railway to strengthen the garrisons In Amur TfsnrJ provinces The Government alSK j establish colonies throughoutthese prorr S inces and no Chinese will bo permitted to settle in tho territory STUDYING NIHILIST CnEMTSXKT PATHS July trial of tbo Ntbillsti arrested some time ago opened today prisoners maintain that they iwcro ensaKcd In tho study of chemistry and weft j the victims of an agent has disappeared 1 The trial of tbo Nihilists1 conviction of Keinstein hintzenn Ravrcnius Lcvaff and each ol whom was sentenced iainrisonment and lined 200 the vifeof Beinsteln and a female named Froniberg were COIUT PROHIBITED The Senate has shown its hand regard to Araerican A debate it voted a duty of threo cornmcal It was distinctly the duty on corn wnstp Uo considered only a continuation of the policy toward can pork The committee pcrtation of American another mbdoot importing AnicrJcan 811 IS Bowman Heckcr Umpirohtfcrter this af tcruoon Philadelphia an i1 2 0 Smith and GlumenU HILLS BABY The Bftclielor Receives a Great Shock V1 July iSan Franclscb Chrpntclc Governor David Hill Va surpriso Thursdaylevening to his room in the Hotel KormiuAdio He had the rooni when he heardi small voice Doming from the bod I wantp mammJtV 1 the duty J f vrt called i American pork is of alleged unhcalthf this merely a pretext An article published iu tho toreflect tho views of gests that there under which it might be draw the prohibition against t fllct between Turks and t S Wkwvx I i doll ilphoiibgraphic doll Just iaS f ;

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