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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                m CIRCULATION EXCEEDING WAT OF In the City ComWnod THE MOST EXTENSIVE In fhc Xffountain Betfions 179 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY MOK2msTG JULYS 1890 PRICE FIVE CENTS THE LAST CAPmiUfflflH The Goldites Yield to the Pressure of Silvers Friends A CONFERENCE AGREEMENT REACHED Four and a Half Million Ounces to Bo PurchaHcd the Certificates to Bo Full Tender Redeem able la Coin LAKE Triruirxu 517 Fourteenth Hlroofi July 7 1890 Tho orul of tint long fight over the silver question is almost at hand The silver Sen ators oricf mor demonstrated their powor in tho Senate today and Chore was nuthlng left for tho KiinUMii gold men to do but to us gracefully as possible The silvor men showed their power on tdo vote to Mike their Taritt bill this ques tion thu Democrats all voted In the nega tive and tho Henators from the Stales united thn Democrats and ck tho motion Tho Republican silvor men who voted with Uio woro Teller of Colorado and Plumb of Kansas Stowart of Nevada Mitehull of Ore gon Allen and Hcjiilro of Washington and Cjisoy of youth Dakota Senator Infills w in tho chair and did not vote of Novadii Wiis al work In tho a no 3 Gom iriittio room Senator Wolcott of Colorado was not The iirst motion wan foatod by sovori votiH but an no quorum voted the WJLS repuatod and cm the socond volo the republicans nnistwed four rnoro votes hut wero still beaten by thruo Tho Democrats woro greatly pleased at tho of tho vote and their faces wero wreathed in smiles Senators Fuller and looked grim arid detormlnod while Sonators Sherman Allison and Moirlll ap poirud to have lost tholr last friend nonator Toiler was soon by your corres pondent soon nftor tho voto Wo arc go Ing to said he they have offered to compromise on a basis oC tho purchase ol four and a quarter million ounces por month to accept It Thoy will como to our homm and wo shallpetfour aud ti half million ounces per Will yon hold up tho Tariff bill until you silver legislation you desire was askocl ropllod tho Soiuilor I dont like if say not long after this voto that tho Jieruibllcaii momborM of tho silver confoi1 onco committee go togothor again in Somt tor Hhornums committee room In tho buso mont oC tho Capitol Senator Shotmau told Ills colleagues that liu was ready to glvo up Thdt settled It in loss Unin halC an hour the maUor was reported to the Senate and the Suaators shook hands over the chasm The silver men are vory much gratified ut tho Thoy consider Mils as tho nrt of tho fight Thoy say the Sonato and tho House will agroo to tho report and the IVortldont will sign tho bill Tho Democrats are very much dlsap oolnted at Mio 111 sueooss of tho conference riioy hoped Cot a disagreement and to pass a bill at this session Senator Tones who among tho mombors of the Committee has stood out find alone Cor tho purchase of 000 ounces of silvor monthly and who liuilly brought Senator Shoiuuui around to his position said Tho bill Is entirely satis factory to me and will bo to the men who lnivo conscientiously and unselfishly worked to restore stiver It Is a Uopublluan inoaa ure Do not sight of Mi at fact It was agreed to In conference by Republicans and secure I bollovo a practically unani mous support h both Houses The proviso for tho coinage of of silver a month for a your will bo ample With tho full legal tender quality given to the catos wo shall probably not need for re demption purposes a million dollars u year The coitilloiuos will bo as good as tho coin Kiit In addition tho Secretary of the Treas ury Is given discretion to coin what Is needed for redemption purposes and can ooln tho whole amount of bullion if it Is necessary Tho bill Is a good bill It moots tho demands of tho silver mon of tho coun try and been tlnaliy aohlovud by pallunfc Senator Stewart said It laa good bill and a long stop toward free coinage I bo Hove that it Is practically tho end of tho light Tho good results from It will bo such as to popularize silvor and to relievo the country from stagnation and embarrass ment Nothing makes friends for a cause liko success Silvor has achieved u groat snooess Its friends will Early lust week Senator Mandorson of Nebraska fear Ins deadlock on tho bill prepared a paper which he circulated among the Senators with tho object of bringing sufficient pressure to boar upon the confer ence committee to Induoo them to yield to the demand of for tho purchase ot ounces a month Senator Mandorsou said afternoon is true that I prepared arid circulated a paper of tho character motioned Early iu tho week I hud a talk with Sena tor Sherman Much to my sur priseI found him heartily in favor of Diving a full legal tender quality to the issued upon nnnlmsod bullion out oi tho bill Wo thought and tho results prove that wo wore correct that thefinal coniileb would bo on tbo ounces versus dol lars proposition with Senator Sherman standing out against it When f left hero on Thursday night I had already secured thirty names of Uepubltcan Senators to tho paper It then handed to Senator Teller who added to It every Jicpnbllcan Senator with throe exceptions us 1 am informed You will readily sec that this declara tion of liepubllciin SentitorK went beyond that circulated by Senator Spooncr Both wero In tho nature of a compromise but the one which I was Instrumental in drawing up materially Increased the amount of silvor to bojnirclKisod fii other respects It was piaotically tho same as Senator Spooners and was intended to accomplish the same results H happened to be a little more tlruoly of the strong position taken by tho Senate In favor of free coinage Those who wore opposed were ready to yield I had no question that Senator when OJKJO apprised of tho feeling of the Senate in this respect would vory cheerfully yield his pOrsfmal vlows to that ot tho majority of colleagues The bill Is a satisfactory ono to tho silver Mr lUancl of Missouri who received con siderable fame the author of the Daddy Dollar law Is especially disgruntled and has put groat daubs ofrud paint on his face and doehuod war against tho Republican con forces Mr Bland was appointed one of tho con forces on tho Silver bill but he not hud tlio fortune or misfortune to bo present at many of tho meetings Mr Bliiiid is a rabid Inflationist being moro lib eral than tho free coinage advocates arid iznulllhig jicecpt any of the propositions of tho moiiotneuilllsts In the House to day ho arose a number of times to a ques tion of privilege and attempted to address the House for tho purpose of protesting agnlnfct what he terms having boon frozen out of tho silver conference and Speaker Kood declared him out of order each time Mr Bland is very mad Ho says that ho has never heon consul tod and has never had tho opportunity of presenting a minority report on tho Silver bill Tho Republicans say that there is An necessity to take Mi1 lilnnd into consultation further than on general princlplos because they know that hlH Ideas are so far at variance with all tho otho of the Conference Commit tee that his counsel was simply to delay final action and result in no good whatever It Is likely that Mr Bland will make some trouble on tho lloor of the House when tho conference report of the bill is submitted as he Intends to appeal to the freo coinage advocates as a protest against theaction of tho conferees THK CONJiMSUENCE VKOCIKDTNGS WAsmNfliON July agreement upon the silvor question was practically reached It will provide for tho purchase of ounces of sil ver a mouth tho bullion redemption cortl llcntos it to bo redeem able In coin and a full A mooting of tho full conler oiuto committee to consider this agreement 1ms boon called and It will no doubt bo ratified After tho first Ineffectual conLeronco last Thursday the Republican members decided that an agreement could bo morespeedII y and satisfactorily reached by party consult ation than a conference open to both politi cal parties Accordingly Senators Shormun and Jones and Representatives Congor and Walker entered upon tho task of drafting a compromise measure Thoy progressed so rapidly in this thutMio cotiferoncosubsHtuto was oomplotod In all essential parts save ono and sent to tho printer yesterday Tho one point left open related to tho unioimt of silver bullion to be purchased Sherman Walker utut Conger ounces monthly a fair compromise but Jones dc claiod for ounces jjuciiwRs tho state of ullulrs seemingly Whoti overtures were again made to Jones to accept ounces The Western Senators woro In receipt of tolognuns Ing thorn to hold out for the full amount of ounces and insist upon a spoody disposition of the bill so tho overtures were rejected and when the proposition wits made to tho Tariff bill in tho Sonata this afternoon the silver mon manifested tholr power to chock tho flow of party legislation unless tholr doimuuls woro met Soon after tho Republican members of the conference wore again called together Tho words tlvo hundred thousand wore added to thu four million ounces contained in tho printed conference substitute and tho agroomcMifc completed Senator Sherman spoilt a fow minutes in drafting the formal report to tho Sonalo and then notified theDemocratic mombors Senator Harris and Royrosoutativo Bland that the agreement formaUy tho Demo cratic members rofuso to sign the report Tho substitute provides that tho Secre tary of tho Treasury shallpurchase from time to timo silver bullion tho aggregate amount of or so much thereof as may bo offered in each month at tho market pihie thereof not exceeding ono dollar for pure silvor tho Treasury notes is sued in payment to bo redeemable In oolri and logal tender in payment of all debts public and private except where otherwise expressly stipulated in contract and bo re celvable for customs and all publicdues j Upon demand of tho holder of Treasury notes tho Secretary shall under i such regulations us he may prescribe redeem such notes in sold or silver coin at his discretion it being tho established policy of tho United States to maintain tho two metals on a par with each other upon tho present legnl ratio or such ratio as may bo provlciod by law The Secretary of the Treasury ahull each month coin two million ounces of tho silver bullion purchased into standard silver dollars until tho first day of July 1801 and after that time shall coin out of all of the silvor bullion purchased as much us may bo necessary to provide for thu redemption of Treasury notes Tho present law Is repealed The last section providesfor covering Into the Treasury money held for the redemption of National Bank circulation THE COTTAGE ANJ THK BABY Mrs Harrison Thinks Joiirualism Takes Too Wide aRange OAPJEMAY POINT N July UJMUI OATJ3 MAT IOINT i but I found him on tho other hand in favor j Francisco Chronicle of bullion redemption and very strongly op has boon about to any Increase In tho purchase ofsil ver bullion over worth per month Senator Jones Senator Sherman and myself with others as you know the committee of thirteen Senators who had tho subject of silver legislation under discussion some weeks ago I had hud frequent talks with Senator Sherman and thought I under stood his position It was foltthatif Senator Sherman could bo shown that a largo majority the Republican Senators were in favor of the proposition to substitute ounces j for dollars the Sonato Itself having already committed itself in favor of freo coinage ho would yield his opposition After some con sultation with Jonos I wrote out on Wed nesday tho document to which I have ro leirod and which I have quietly Circulated among the representatives Tho paper stated that the members of the Senate who hereunto signed their iiamofl were favor a compromise on the ly which ounces of silvor be puroliused inonthly 5 Wo nothing of tho bullion redemption clauses certain wquldgo of a cottage hero and tho orit icisms growing out of tho gift After describ ing tho uusuitablenoss of tho White House for family life in the summer that there had boon suggestions made to tho President from various sources about pur chasing a summer homo in tho suburbs of Washington which at tho end of his official term might be sold at a considerable ad vance Tho President objected to this on tho ground that It would bo an improper speculation While they wore considering various invitations from friends who had homes in healthful localities near the capi talv it Mrs Harrison was sur prised by tho gift of the She continued i4Itsacceptance seemed to mo to bo tho best thing which could bo None of tho gentlemen could lhavo any object other than the cour tesy making its comfortable their known none of thorn seek does notinvolve the iu ianyinioneymalclng vothers Touy not con ceni Ifipur presence May Poiiit a to any persons Voidwinip to it lit is tlrbd and ploasitot and Tae a benefit in health to those who are near am dear to As to JJaby Mrs Harrison said Oh we have never wished publicity give our grandchildren Therefore if aiy one i sotting dissatisfied it should bo remembered that we did not obtrude them upon the pub lie When it is said by inconsiderate per sous that we force our privacy upon tin public it can be truthfully said that withou desiring to be offensive the public havi forced themselves us It seems to uu that American journalism takes entirely tot wide a range of freedom with the privati matters of families It Is a wonder that tin proprietors or editors do not put a checl upon this class of journalism It certainly docs not rifcretiKthon tlio of tin papers in places whore they would other wise be felt and respected T amisorryfo persons who take pleasure iu making m Mrs Harrison is delighted with the cot tage She will remain here during the sum mer visit tho picturesque region of Eastori Pennsylvania rotiirning to closothc season when tho whole faaiily will pass a shor timo in tho mountains at Oresson A HEROJNJS IN DISTRESS The ol Tjieuteiiiint Cushin Upon Charity BOSTON July DJspatch San Francisco Chronicle The venerable mother of Lieutenant William B Ctishlns who on with a crow ol thirteen mon wont up tho river to Plymouth N and blow up tho rebel ram Is now an object of charity and nas called upon the Masonic Lodge the city of Belfast for assistance She is poor and owes for her board slnco No vember last All of her elovon children are dead During tho warshesorved four years as a nurse siiicl vius wounded twice while caring foe injured soldiers on tho field battle Qncc she was1 siruckton the head by a spent ball and also wounded on tho arm She claims to own jropbrty ii Monterey county California and also lands In Florida through her last husband William Lloyd Garrison Sho has nevei boon in pocsesslon of the property She says that owing to some trouble which she does not understand she has not reccivec rout for her property for one year whiol is the cause of hoc present financial dis tress When she came Eust she had plenty of money her but it has long been ex hausted When asked why she had never applied to the tfovormnont for a pension she said because she never before needed THE DAY IN CONGRESS THIS S1LVKK CONFERENCE BEPORT TO SJflNATlfi Tho IvJUul Grant Porfeituro BUI Arouses Congressman Stone Who Aocusoe tlxe Speaker of Various Improprieties WASHINGTON July the Senate the conference report on tlio diplomatic and consular appropriation bill was agreed to Morrill moved to take up the tariff bill saying that It could be then laid aside In formally until the shipping bills were dis posed of Tho Senate 20 2I5 The Senate bill to provide for a United States land court and to provide ior a settle ment of claims in New Mexico Wyoming Arizona Nevada and Colorado discussed until 2 when it was laid aside without action and the shipping bills resumed i Regan spokeagainst the bills At tho close of his remarks the election bill was received from tho House and was ou motion of Frye ordered to lie on tlio table until tho return to Washington ofthe chairman ofthe Com mittee on Privileges and Elections Morgan opposed tlio shipping bills and Fryo made some additional remarks in their support Sherman reported the conference report on the silver After it was read he gave notice that ho would call it up lor action to morrow morning After executive session tho Senate ad journed House WASHINGTON July the House to day Bland rising to a question of privilege had road a dispatch stating ho was absent from tho silver conference meeting Satur day Ho also read a note from Chairman Conger suiting thatthuro would be no meet ing Saturday had no desire to bo ad vertised as not attending to duty when ho was notified that his presence was not re quired After the transaction of some other busi ness tho House wont into Committee of the Whole for consideration of the Senate forfeit certain lands heretofore granted for purpose of aiding the construction of wUii the Bouse Payson bill In its general provisions it proposes to forfeit and restore to tho public domain all public lauds wliure ever si mated which have not been completed at tho time Therp are by acts of Con gress which have not boon acted upon Nine had boon fully completed sixteen roads uncompleted and thoHouso sub stitute1 recommended the forfeiture of all lands lying opposite such such portions of tho roads as aro not now constructed It was his opinion thar no bill of broader character than this could ever pass tho Sen ato and hocoinq a law A careful estimate was effect that this bill would rostoru acres to tho public demaIn 1 Stone took tho position that a for1 foituro should be made oJ all lands which had not boon earned by the roads in the timo fixed in the granting acts fortho com pletion of tho roads The Northern Pacific road ho said was the most estcd in tho measure He quoted from speeches omado by Payson in the Twentyeighth and Twentyninth Con grosses upholding the right of gress to forfeit at the time fixed by tho granting act and attacked that gentleman for what he declared was a change of front The pending legislation tho railroad companies especially the Northern Pacific demanded of Congress Tho Speaker in the Fortyseventh Congress when Chairman tlio Judiciary Committee reported no power to forfeit of clfic grant Sincethen Thomas B Eced had been a zealous champion of that groat ar rogant and corrupt corporation ou tho floor of the House This corporation knew its friends and stood by himmost loyally It wasan open secret that no iuiluence had bean moro potential in the reorganization of tho House than that exerted by the Northern Pacific railway ipussag of the bill under consideration was of iirst to this TOie bill would Bosses must insist upon it could hot do otherwise aud the rest of the poor fol lows the other sideof tho aisle hands their lips silent except tho parliamentary boss one th at their applause to the other that j they might chant a chbrous to the tones his majestic solos J niiust they weroled But autocrat was a great people Unitod to that be lad th is majority stood v committee rose and the MILFORDS DEPOT IN PiOiS Thousands of Dollars Worth of Freight A DESTRUCTIVE DAKOTA CYCLONE Seven Children nnd Two Tramps Killed Many Buildings Demol K of P Train Derailed and One Knight Killed I found Kennedy with the girl in her room On consenting to leave Washington promised to keep tho matter quiet H to keep the promise Since then have heard that he has threatened to kil me Out morning we had not met The attack on mo was unprovoked and cowardly and I acted purely in self defense THE NAVAL A WASHINGTON SCANJDAXi Sensational Revelations Follow a Barber Shop Fight ATLANTIC OiTir Francisco Chronicle L Washington scandal was revealed today iy an excitingfight In a barber shop here between two wellknown men of the National iapifcal They were J N Manning and Kavanaugli G Kennedy man of wealth and Kennedy holds a clerkship m ihe Postoffice Department and is well con lectea His Is agranddaughter of if John Koweii of Kentucky three times a lonator from u laughter of tho Keed if the United States Navy who lson the re trodlist Kennedy from denco of Justice ody chumsto Manningwent to rnpruingand af ter being jixhd in his pocket pay arber did the face that aced his assailant Seventeen Vessels Expected to Take Part in tho Maneuvers NETV YORK July Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Series that the squadron of evolution is en route home there is no longer any reason to doubt that tho much talked of autumn maneuvers bo tween that squadron and tho vessels of tho Home station will take place but they will necessarily be on a limited scale If tho naval review to take place in New York harbor iu ISOii as provided for in the Worlds Fair bill is to bo a success it is not too soor to commence preparations for that event The details of the proposed joint maneuver will not bo arranged until acting Admiral Walker arrived and the Depart ment has au opportunity to get his views on the subject By the time HearAdmiral Walker return it is presumed that he will have sulllcient experience with the fleet drill book which was gotten up by the Department just be fore departure for Europe to show its adaptability to thepresent organization and to Department to add many new features to the proposed exercises These maneuvers with doubtless taue placein tho vicinity of Newport The vessels participat ing will be the York Oush Yantic and if completed in season the PhiladcJ the the and with the crews of the Jamestown and the sev enteen vessels in all Who will command the joint forces during this atTair is one of tho questions now interesting the navy gossips RearAdmiral Ghcrardi by virtue of his rank would bo entitled to command but there arc many who expect to see AetingltcarAdrairal Walker come to tho front in anticipa tion of tli at assignment to see Bear Admiral Gflerardi detached from command of the North Atlantic squadron before tho maneu vers take place A GREAT YEAR FOB RECORDS TWO MOKE AT TON YJS Will Uavo Aiiotfiev Go ait Dixon and Is Delighted With the Pros Bull MILFORD July to About today the town was shaken bya sudden explosion in the freight depot A quantity of ginnt and other powder was stored there which suddenly and without any causo that can be ascertained exploded The shock was terrific and the building almost blown fcp pieces In an instant the building was enveloped in aiid all efforts to pave it woro fruitless The loss of goods in storage is very heavy amounting to many thousands of dollars Tho wind was blowing hard from the south west and it was only by prolonged and vigorous efforts round house arid a j long line of cars wero saved There were several narrow escapes and except for the fact that tho clerks and moir had just started to dinner several lives would un doubtedly have been lost Men sitting on the platform woro thrown In all directions and It seems a miracle that no ono was in jured The railroad company lost all their books and records and had It not bepn for tho heroic efforts of W Sacline chief cleric and Fred Savage warehouseman tho money and tickets would have gone also Ii making a second effort to save the records Mr Sacline was blown from the office window by alseoond blast and was slightly bruised A FURIOUS CVCLONR ST PAUL July W ah peton N correspondent of the Pioneer Press telegraphs as follows A straight wind from tho northwest struck Fargo at m Great darnftge was done the city Electric light towers wore blown down and unroofed Yerxass Wigwam MoGill warehouse tho opera house Republican office Keeuey block Bank of North Dakota Ghapiu block Exchange Hotel Conranontal block and the Manitoba freight house roofed and the Milwaukee depot blown down Dozens ofsmall houses muo rozed and almost every plateglass window on Front street and Broadway broken Jay CookeSHoteland theGraLdPacific at Moorehoad were unroofed The the late Captain Mc Carthy was struck by the storm and children killedand Carthyis not expected to live Two unknown car were killed No 1 passenger the Northern Pacific going had just pulled out of the yards and stopped at the Milwau kee crossing train made up of three baggage cars and nine and A party of Chicago Northwest ernofficials wore in a private car and Super intendent McCabescar All of the coaches were blown from the track but no lives wore lost and no one lights had boon put so there fire nor steam Superintendent McOabe and the nonductor brakenuin and porters acted very cooly and calmed the frightened pas sengers who sent backto the city in special coaches The injured passengers and trainmon so far as learned arc George A Manning Post Falls Idaho knee hurt aiid shaken up J T Eouutroo Pingree Ford badly bruised and log hart Miss McCabo sister ofSuper intendent McCabo ankle bruised R Helm Ellensburg knee hurt and bruised Mrs Nordstrom en routo fronj Finland to Seattle to join badly cut in several places and tendons severed and wrist cut John Itichierbag gageman cut in head Albert Lee express messenger bruised Addisoiii Anguv Pa louse City faco cutMrs 0 11 Griffith Miles City badly bruised Warren VicePrcsident of the Rock Island road accompanied by Colonel K S Thompson and wife were in Pnrdys private car but none woro seriously in jured Colonel Thompson and wife wore slightly hurt and Fred Purdy was slightly cut the others were unhurt A K Off P Til MS DERAILED 12NO July trainof four teen cars bearing the Knights of Pythias from Southern Illinois for Milwaukee was derailed forward a misplaced switch this morning The rear portion of the train ran upon a siding ex opt the chair by the East St Louis which its ildo and the occupants i umber ing fifty were hurled with great violence against the iide of the car The sudden stopping prevented along list ofcasualties J Cowder of Texas was killed and dozen none excursionists transferred to train and sentto thoirdestination NEW YORK July Dispatch San Francisco Chroniclo Series Gal McCarthy tho undefeated 114 pound pugilist was one of the happiest ybung men in Jersey City yesterday when he learned that tho Pelican Club of London had offered a purse of 55000 fora fightbetween himself and George Dixou tho colored tistic hero whoso recent victory over Nunc Wallace Englands Is still being talked about Will youfight him asked some one last night you can with safety bet a hundred to one that I will I shall cable the Pelicans tomorrow and as soon they send along the 3500 guaranteed me for expenses why Ill sail away on the first jollyboat that will take mo over My left hand which I almost ruined I fought in Boston is avound all right again and I have been taking good exorcise everyday for a nionth I have always believed my self capable of whipping Dixon and will not make somany mistakes this time as I did before I do wish continued McCarthy that they could have skinglove there for I muchprof or thorn to pillows in a finish fight However if fourounce inits suit George why I suppose theyll suit McCarthy added that he would go to England prepared to wager as a side bet with Oliourkc Dixons backer The Races CHICAGO July Park races Twoyearolds threequarters of Chemis won Kingmau second Dickerson third Time won Chap man second Druavc third Time Mile and three won in breaking the record of Triboulat at San Francisco in 1SS8 and that of Richraont at Shcepshead in the sameyear by three quartcrs of a second Hypocritesecond Outbound third Mile and a sixteenth all Shot Dicer second Eturia third Time Mile and a sixteenth all Tenacity second Bonafcata third Time and upward mile and Craft won Lottie second Kaloolah third Time The Players Brotherhood IMIILADELPHIA In games this afternoon the errors of the lociil players were made in tho same innings in which tho visitors got their hits At tendance twelve hundred 3 0 1 10 0 4 0 4 02 1 9 Pittsburgh 13 Philadelphia Pittsburg 4 Batteries Lander and Jililligan Morris uiul Carroll Kmght and Jones The New York K roth urli cod torim easily de feated OutYulo tlus afternoon 1000 Xcw 1 1 7 0 260 2 00 002 10 Buffalo 0 Buffalo and ODay Slack andJJuddook Umpires aud Sherrdan The Brooklyn Brotherhood clnb outplayed Chioag at every point this Attend ance 4 2 0 0 0 0P 00 Chicago G aud biildwin Ferguson and Holhert The ClcvelaTicl TSrotiirrhood club yon todays i by buiibhiiig their errors j Cleveland 1 7 00 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 00 12 Boston 7 liind 4 Boston 1 Murphy Umpires and andBoaliu Daly and Caristhers Dennott The Boston Leajiw club bat Pittsburg this afternoon iu a fairly iuterestiug Attea finco 1200020 0000001 14 7 ton 3 nnd Bennett Hooker and Border quade SLAVERY IX ARKANSAS Negro Laborers Kept in Bondage and Treated With Ovuclty CINCINNATI Ohio July Dis San Francisco Chronicle Henry Althouse an iuVellisontcolored man has arrived in the from Arkansas and fully comlnns tho stories so often told of the hardships borne by colored work men in that State Althousc was ono of the many hundred blacks vho out of the Carolinas and Georgia fall and win ter for Arkansas aud points further west to work on railroads and levees tit big wapes Tho party which Althouso identi fied were landed near Arkansas City On arrival the whole of the men were hid for by rival contractors tho emigrant usent acting as though lie owned them After being thus auctioned off to i coniTMcuns firm known as Morgan the inen were put to work grading The work lasted from daylight to dark and they were continually driven to their utmost endeavor by the crudest of bosses In the meantime tho families of the men had been placed in shanties of the worst de scription some even in icnts All food was sold from a store to the iirm for whom they worked Pay day was put off as long as possible and when at last it did como the men were shocked to iearn that their wases but 50 cents per day and that many of them had overdrawn their accounts at the store Tho men protested in vain and whenthey all quit were given to that it was work or starve with hints of i worse fate After several of the unmarried men had run away from the camp armed guards were placed abont the works and it was Understood that any attempt to leave would be stopped by thorn Many of the weaker men died of overwork and many women and childreiyuiecumbed to tho vigors of the situation the outside world be cognizant of their desperate condition and the blacks wero allowed to get away sa best they could FOREIGN NEWS The English Military nibalism in the Soudan LONDON July Dispatch San Francisco CJironicle War Oflicehas ordered an inquiry into the blun ders committed during tho summer man euvers at Aldershct last Friday It seenis that a disgraceful collision took placo tweeu the laucora and hussars on Fox Hills A troop of the Eleventh Hussars tried to cover a battery of artillery which was be ing charged by a regimentof lancers Forty men and horses were flung together in a struggling heap to tho ground and many of them severely wounded General Wood publicly censured the commander of tho hussars for putting a mere handful of men against a whole regiment of lancers at full gallop CANNTJBAMSI IN TUB SOUDAN Advices have reached Cairo that tho famine which has for some time past pre vailed in Soudan is increasing rapidly Thousands of without food of any kind and the reported number of deaths from starvation is appalling With the reports of this dreadful state of affairs stories ofcannibalism which is on tho increase It was reported not long ago that the dead were being eaten by the famished survivors but the pres ent advices represent matters as still worse It is now asserted that large numbers of men women and children are deliberately put to death that they may serve as food for their frenzied companions Relief has been extended to these unhappy people as far as possible but not sufficiently to allay the terrible suffering in tho interior settlements which are beyond reach THECOMSTOCK EGL1PSEQ COLORADO CLAIMS THE RICHEST MINK IX THE WOIiLD A SixFoot Vein at Tin Cup Averages a Thousand Dollars a suid Flakas of Yellow TIN Oup JiiTy to Oup is in a quiver of excite ment over a rich discovery that has been nado here and which was fully substau iated early this morning what to all ippcaranccs looks to be a mountain of old Tho calculated to um the county upside down and were of he wildest nature Tho fact how iver remains that tlio richest rold vein ever opened In the world ics just six and if the dip holds out it will cause an excitement hat will put the palrny days of California andPikes Peak to shame ivithout a doubt Messrs McCormick Lewis the owners have so far the richest thing on the surface of the earth and if it holds out threemonths will overshadow the famous Comstock lode of Virginia City Nevada It is stated by old and truthful minors b atthere is moro gold in the streak dis covered on Cross Mountain provided the on its dip to the usual jxtent of contact veins than in all the pay mines There Is disclosed lying etween tho veins eet feet ibo lit todraw a ing closed r erin burided Tbo bystandeiis rref rained f rpm iutci seized spot market i ur d erer as end to tlio havebad his besides being ine h Keriuedy rr ested j ps j r a1 more ballahilre Gleason ubput victory At1 0 0 0 i 0 Q ihiludelphia 3 spiiaiK Olcments Tr v Jiiternoon 1 bburichiiig their hits I1 Chicago vein mass ten thickness the lower six being iron manganese and the upper four feet of quartz The quartz being light in color porous and free gold can be scon in the form of crossing the spaces in tho rock and ii akes of gold J or in g to tb c surfaces This same lias been thrown over tiiediinip times as worthless v pbtasned has becu twentytwo ounces to the ton and specimens verizlng in acoinmbn 7nortar and Trash ing at least tothe Two men are taking outright now worth of metal each day and they ther hill puly fifteen feetfrom the Erom the the fourfeet goldScreak Is worthSiOfipa H the streak the lcnstn of one ciaiinj and pnei yard only each cubic yard weighs one be dip goes down1 is iworth abbuti the quartz perjtOTi in4 the iniirciiHA K 10 PSifPFR uU sMui Lsli The Famous Lottery Bill Vetoed Erohasis THE STATES HONOR IS AT STAKE The Renewal of the Charter Would Inaugurate an Kra of Unparalleled SSxtravajjance and General Assembly lectured BATON ROUGE July Nichols this afternoon returned to tho House without approval tho famous lottery bill In his veto message which is of grout length ho refers to his message at tho opening 01 tho session anticipating this legislation and urging its instant rejec tion for various reasons then sot forth In his present message ho says that his views heretofore expressed not only ro main unchanged Dot his convictions have deepened and strengthened Tho persist ent efforts which have been made to repre sent Louisiana as a pauper unable by and through her own Icgitinuite resources to sus tain and carry out the duties of her state hood are utterly without foundation The State and the different parishes of this Stato nover since the late war in bettejc con dition than they are today They arc marching forward to an era of assured pros perity Suddeniy tho dark shadow of a deep disgrace is thrown across way and the honorof Louisiana maintained in tho past on field and in council by the patriotism and valor and sacrifices of her sons living and dead is to be tarnished forever her position among her sister States to be tested not by what she has been but in the dust as tho degenerate partner in a gambling corporation designed organized and to be carried out not for her good or her advancement but as I huvo before for personal and sellish interests of inen many of them connected with tho darkest days of the reconstruction period I repoat it is for them and to them that we aro sell ing out our birthright for a mess of pottage Who are tho six unnamed who are to join with a seventh and known one to constitute a new lottery company How comes it that wo are not informed as to their identity and enabled to know their antecedents and fix their records There is a world of meaning in that silence In the most trifling affairs of life men seek to know with whom they deal comes it that in a matter of this importance the general assembly1 has been willing up to now to close its eyes and move blindly in tho dark I say to this General all earnestness that should this measure be passed wo will enter upon a period of strife such as has never been seen before in Lou isiana upon an era of corruption and deg ratioi besides which the era of reconstruc tion willappear as one of honor and happi ness And let mo say to you that should this measure be adopted and carried out in iny opinion no good will come of tho money which wo will ieceivo as the prico of our honor and our liberty extravagance profligacy and corsuption will as night follows day I believe at the end of twentyfive years wo will not only find constitutional bonds standing tothc utmost limit of the funding law but I believe that there will an addi tional immense interestbearing debt which by that time will be aekeowledged and approved as to interes but not as to capital and that in those twedtyflvo years a vast amount of interest will have been paid out unnecessary improperly and il legally In whoso hands these interest bearing bonds will bo found timo will de cide In twentyfive years there will bo some claim of the poverty of Louisiana and some claim on its behalf for tho continued existence of the Governor Mitchols concluded with a most urgent protest against this assumed condi tion of poverty in this State and says thi3 measure will continue to meet his most de termined opposition The bill was made the special order for tomorrow afternoon TWO BRUTAL MURDERS The Texans Career in West Vir Female Counterfeiter BAKGOR July Dispatch Francisco Chronicle lias just reached here of a murder which was committed the latter of last week at Saint Leonard A man named John Desrosiors about 55 years old was found dead on the road near his own house at an early hour in the morning His head crushed almost to a pulp tho murderer having struck his victim with a large sharp the cheekbone which was crushed ic the eyes protruding The next with a largo Hat stone from forty to fifty pounds crushed in the back part of tho mans A MtJRDBREH Sjnims July a dance the night of the Fourth at Goshens Grove a few 311 lies from here James West a young Texan who recently came hero became involved In a quarrel with William Tritapoe From words they came to blows and when they closed West drew a revolver from his boot and pressing it against Tritupoes left side fired The ball went straight through tho body and came out of the right side West immediately ficd with a posso m pursuit After a he was dis covered today hiding in the woods near his house When he found that Ms capture was certain he lay at full weighton the ground and placing the banel of his rifle against his left temple blew his brains Tritapoewhom but will probably die Sm3 SITOVJ3O THE PAKKERSBtJRG W Jiily tbO Federal Court yesterday an indictment was returned against Mrs Kusseli of Lawrence for The case is noteworthy Four months ago a largo number of counterfeit 22G gold pieces had been put in circulation intrton The counterfeits were tiiiced to Mrs Russell who is some and a member of one of lies of Ohio She was arrested ordered to be held at the dencc against her is The makers coins unknown and Mrs Eusscll refuses to make any disclosures Born iii a July Francisco have diedin a hysteric vault was found atfd tlieatartlmf the supposed dead wcpjan to course v appearunce   

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