Salt Lake Tribune, July 9, 1890

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July 09, 1890

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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT OS1 In the City Combinea THE MOST EXTENSIVE In fho Mountain Kegloni VOL 170 SALT LAKE CITY TJTAII3 WEDNESDAY JULY 9 1890 PRICE CENTS THE SENATORS MUST TALK And the Silver Conference Report tes Over Another tioii for calling up the Original Inokage find Hiinkruiitcy bills but Iuysoii interposed the Grunt Korfciturt hill aifd the House re fiisfd to the resolution Adjourned THE UKUGUAY CRISIS HMER COHVULS The DEMOCRATS OPPOSE THE SUBSTITUTE of the Pooplo Toiler Dont Think Ittiicb Jiotftto and Tho Must Sowl Kcp lh5 Report WASA July conference ro pyrton the Hilvor bill was take up Vest stated the why ho should vote against thu A largo majority of tho he said for tho froo coln ao of silver but the conference report ab did away all idea of free coin ago and was intended to rjnntliuio tho system under whkli silver had been to sco ibsolute between tiio two metals as money metals llo would 11 Ice to sou timo when sixteen ounces of silver would punhaw an ounce of gold and when in ouneo of would coiiUniid as at fiiTsent to purchase sixteen ounces ul1 sil ver llu read tho closing clause Of tho sec ond Mention of tin eoiifernneo bill It be ing Mm policy T Uie United to maintain Uio two mctuls on a parity will each other upon the present ratio or such ratio sis may bo provided by uid why that speech had iKen into the stomach n hill H had heen pu In IK said for the purpose of saying to the Treasury Depart ment that until silver to a parity with gold it should out uOil and Mm public business sliijiil bo on a gold lie ID would never vote to Mialntain and that pnictlco Tie had i silver man for the pur pose of booming slJvT ci Its price lie wns against that and all other Conns of subsidy The ennterenee bill give an increased innikef for silver but tlic principle or which the Senate voted that Mm two metals should ho in a parity had been trlven away by that bill absolutely and completely oxpreyed eoneiirionco In tho con clusions reached by Vest lie could not Mm eunlorence bill The eonfereeii had not represented Mu bill of Mm Seiuite which hiul declared for tlio free and iinlluiitcd coinage of silver On Mm contrary Mmy had assumed to the bill provided definitely for a cessation of of sdivor There was no on the HuenUary of tlm Treiitiiiry to coin silver after the litst oil July isttl Silver coinage was then loft to of the and such WIIH equal stopping Mio coinage silver That was a well known and admitted on debate II was to bringing a single ounco of silver be coined llu wns opposed the United States going into thu warohouHO business for silver or any otlmr prodimt If silver wiro not to be coined why should It bo purchased 1 f the otijeot of tho bill was to advance the money power oC sllvot why Its coinage ho stopped when coinage alone eonleiied upon it thu poworof inoaoy Twothirds of the poodle of the United Sir I os wiiO In favor of tho free and un limited eolmigo of silver and Mm admitted majority In tho Senate were ohocUod at every turn by tho Executive and Secretary of Uio Treasury lie proposed to vote Mm nmfuronco bill buuauso bo pre ferred Mm law as it now defended and explained tho con ference ropurU The hiul in the Confurenoo CoimnUtfi he said whether tho Housun could bo nn tiirrvruHMit on two bills piiHStul hv llMm In the I Irs I of tho copfrenci bill tho of Urn llrst section of HoiiMo hill bwn retained whnt but tho imiount of silver to ho piirchnsod hud hiMMi liHUousiHi Much m his regret it hiul btvn lixtihii1 a larjiir iiiiiount thiui on tiro product of silver It had been niiulo on tlsn Secretary of tho TreiiMiry to Iniv four and a half million oim of siilvuiMjaoh inonrh which at tho of MI nuiKO r slxtooii to oiu woulu amount to i vtUil issiio of about siufiilv lu trcas urviiMs Ihc legal tomSor clause ir tho lloiiso bill and Sonato bill hiul been soiiuiwhiu UilVortMit ami soiuewhatulikf also and tiio Coniu ui u v rigl Government Suspends Specie Payment for Six Months MONTKVIDKO July is an abate ment in the financial panic In order to stop the run on the banks the Government Itisued a decree making yesterday a National holiday One million five hundred thou sand dollars in gold is on Its way there from Buenos It is hoped upon Its arrival tlie financial distress will be relieved prints a dis patch dated Buenos Ayros with reference to the financial crisis in Uruguay It states tho huttuayan leglslaCure met in special wjseion Sunday to consider what course to pursim view of tlm suspension of specie by the National Bank A bill was passed which will bo promulgated at once sanctioning the suspension of specie payments for six months This action has tlm merchants and a deputation waited upon the Finance Minister Tho Minister assured the merchants that tho Ciovornnmnt had no intention of resorting to a forced currency The Government fours the people will not accept paper currency but duslriS to save thu National JJank if possible by the present intermediate meas ure Jf thu ollort to assistthe bank fails it be finved to liquidate A Day of Rain Hail Wind Thun der and lightning ELSEWHERE THE MERCURY BOILED Various Brands of Weather that Utah Is Not Familiar ple Killed Mouses Demolished and Crops Destroyed PROTECTION FOB POACHERS ATIJNKD OONTJLrCT OVEH THK SKA QUESTION Warslilps Sent to Protect tho KnjjHsh British Minister JJo ahss Mevoittl Kuuiors July A sensational ar ticle was printed today to the elleob that the JMlnLstor Sir Julian PauncOfoto hud broken oil llio Behrlnsea noKOtiations Mi iUuino ind him that if thn rovonuo cutters seized any sealers en crying tho English flag the British sliips rfuitkl recuvui1 them by force if rioe luivo nnpoarod frmpionUy iiiicl tins particular story iimy deniiid by Sir Julian Siiriits of Hi is kind clurUiu Uio yisur hls Dllic lie suid liiiv iiociHiiiniimcaUon of the kind to Mr lihiinc Iluiin is no douht tluU our vessels in Xdith Ijiwiflo niO tlnsro to protect the llfilish flarf sonhrs hut 1 have noC Inckuit ilV uiiil tliLcc is no reason to a of tlic friendly relations ox istiiiK hnUvifn twotfovoriiiiuMilfi Mr Hliiino lisis for Uiirbor ior thu bandit ol his liiilli nnd f nbont yo to Miincliostorhy and shall UKJIV continiio HiirliiUau not awnruof wliaL instructions hiul Ijiitin iviii tlii llool but thought it vtsry unlikely Unit during IrnMiilly trofihli on urn lil ci UK othor was likely lo proinnto any Thu rotit he lidded is that liiivn not boon hroknn olV anil that tlusti wsports which really do niucli liiirni uiv not It in iiiuhHsrood tlial the histccirnmunicalionon tlii Ndiihirs iiKWlion sen IlDin lhn Dopart inont was uuo in iiliLiim wont into a 1roc arKUimiiitof Gnmi Urilaln is alining at solMiiiK tho whole dif llcnllv bv Tliilruiiro two principal questions at issue The first is wlnit would ho to SKCiiro a cldscd SOUHOII Tho two urn that tho seal spidos should bo pro scrvwl dllTur as to wtnU nuans iiociissary to that ond It in botlovutl that a satisfactory HCttiumonl of tho ntnttui will bo ruachucl Thu next question is as to tho Icjtal riLhl ot Uio Unltinl Slates to thn wHiro possession and control of thu sioiil in sia to tiio oxclu nion aiul clopdvation of Grunt lUihiiu and other counties Uronl Uritain rnujirds that as a ques tion of law and hopes it will be luft to a soUlu iniviit by arbitrnLlon HIPTOUV Of TIIK KKOOTIATtONS YonK July World this morning has a doubloleiided story purporting to pivo Uie history and present status of the between the United States and Great Britain rolativo lo thu liehrinp Sea sealery Tho article HtaUsd Unit lilaluo heyjnn by IryiuK to iniiintiin that Uio ISiihriiiK soa WIIS ll closed soa but forced lo almndmi that position Jle then con tended that tho United Slates had certain rights lu Uio Hearing sea which Groat Hriuiiu did mit possess but after a lout debate dually con ceded that tho was ouo to bo settled by it won hi bo agreement When Ulaliio raised tho question of the right olthis United States to prevent tho capture oC snnls lu ochrliig sea by vessels Iaunceloto pointed out that wlieMi Russia sot up tho same contention in I8M tins Government was ilio llrst to resist ll After much nrgumont un this point Hhvinu made tho proposition that no persons except tho Isorih Ameiicatt Commer cial Company undor contract with tho United suites Treasury Uoparlnxjut should be allowed Lo capture seuls in Uehriug sea Finding i of tho bnitecl States ol Mie Sir Julian Iaiineefolo wuiild nol consent to ght to contract for payments in gold orunylhiijK nn Arrangement ho was to listen to ti proposition advanced by thu llritish Minister which was to prevent the destruction of seals in brood in seasons and keep the Hritish and Cana liun vessels outside of the until the matUi1 could bo given lo a joint commission appointed by bnih Govonimeiits In caso of fallurn lo nrrive at a satisfactory agreement tho muUer would be referred to one of the crownod heads of Kurope to act iiis arbitrator whoso de cision in the matter should be llnal This preposition is said to have bccu entirely siuNlaolorv to Ulaini but by no means pleasing to the resident who rejected it Thu World jilntos that It I quite likely that thoro may bo a brunch of information minting to the subject which would if miulo public cause it to appear In less serious light If tho matter were more grave as has been indicated it is not nt all likely that Ulaino would bo resting quietly at Bar Har bor THK VICTORIA else It had therefore beon agreed unanimously thai the Uvasurv notes lo be Issued for silver like the silver dollar un which they wore should be legal tender for all debts public and private unless where otherwise sllpulaUd In contract That same clause was to bo found in the Senator from Ohio think there is an v dauber of tho Secretary of the Troas ury failingto bnv four and a half million of ounces of silver per month If he can got it at loss than par as provided in the act Uie slighter Tho Sonato can nol legislate on i he idea that an olllecr of tho Government will not execute the law A gesiiim has been made about tho President nnd Secretary of the Troasiirv haunting tho Capitolm vognrcl to the bill 1 havo not soon either of them and I do not think a sluirlo conforoe has sen of UKMH during the The of he Cnited States will do what ihiiiks IShis Uoiimlen duly todo under his obli gation as o his seeking to inlHience ruo or i niv soiikiog to him thai is rather be yond tho bounds of reason Voorbeos said the trouble about the emueronoo bill was not whether tht Secretary of tho Treas urv would obev the law but that every single ViivrouiA U July statements in papers dated Victoria that schooners j are arriving here and nt Maple liny for the pur pose of resistance to the American revenue cut silver Kverv sihulo of the bil oontorrod and was intended to confer discretion on the Seerctarv of ihi ruarury by which ho could destrov dishonor and degrade silver ns money Ho rellert upon the present Secretary of thu Treasurv The Departmenthud boon packed against silver ever since he Too heesl had been a member of Senate nor rnorelv under the Kepubltean party but under his own part v until it Teller much as he disliked the adoption ofi half was compelled to support thii conference bill as the only measuro which could bring relief to the people of the Uuilod StUci for the next few months Congross would assemble in December next ami if the hill did not work well it could be umeAidcd at the next ses sion He was restrained by courtesy due to an other bolv tho House of Representatives from expressing hlsopimonwith regard itsoouso The body which had boon considered thu representa tive body of the American people absolutely Haunted in tho face of the AiiKnciHi peoplo tho demand nvule upon it by Wall street disregard ing iniblic Tinre had been no lobby ii either house and yot there had nuver been such messnre brought upon Cotigross as was upon it at this to defeat the free of silver He believed it UnpossiMo to free coinage at iho present session be caustthii voice of tho majority in tho Housn AVIS sillied could not be heard and it vould never be heard until tho peopk of the United Stalls sent lo tin House and Senate imm willing to represent ihem in spite of exterior inlluouoo ass mm U would he it would give great reliuf lors in Uehrnig sea are wholly without founda tion The sealers generally art of tho opinion that no seizures will be umdii this year and litivo gonointo Uehrlngsea in large numbers There I a rumor that the Knglish war cruisers lately nrrlvcul in port will go into Uehring sen for tho protection of British soiilors but this 1ms not been con tinned TO ENCOURAGE Tho Sell Illinois Central 6lTcrs to Stock to Its ISmployocs July tho pub liahod nnnuv that tho ollicors ol1 the Illinois Eulhvjiy Coiapany aro socking to induce thoir employees to invest thoiv suvr ings in securities of thut corporation Presi dent Ftsh said today that tho company has no stock for sulo but propose to assist any oC its officers or employees to buy one share uf a time at a fair market prico tho pur to of not loss than On those sums interest to bo ercditod aucJ shuro is paid for ho caiV if ho wlsiios begin tho purchase of another It Is hoped to enlist every frugal person in riny way connected with tho railroad as a partner oh a basis oftlio utmost libenility to the small proprietor it is not proposed to form a savhigs banker a bunevolont as souiatlon tlie oxperienco of the company being that tho men preCor to liandlo these ruutters Tho purchasor may at any time have his ooutract cancelled und July trftmenflous wind storm from tho northwest struck the city this evening and did great damage to prop erty Freight cars were overturned on tho railways and tho great hoisting machines at the oro docks eoniplotely destroyed Many houses were badly damaged and tho losses will aggregate Tho 5iino storm did much damage at Canton but no one was injured July tonight a very severe sfconn sot in accompanied by i ulriiost incessant tlumfler and Llightninjr to gether with rain Manyhouses were more otless damaged The belfry of tho Meth odist church was blown oil and fell upon Chester Shaws house which collapsed un der tho weight oil the belfry Mrs Shaw was fatally injured aud the other members 01 tho family had a narrow escape No other fatalities are reported but several wore badly ST VAUL July Jamestown N special to tho Pioneer says that yes terday niorniug a hurricane did great dam age in Jiimes 1iivci valley John Jfosborg a farmar near Jamestown was killed and his wife and baby fatally injured In the southern part of tho county in a strip ton miles long and font1 miles wide the crops were annihilated Tiio hail was ttrrilTio andlive thousand acres of grata was de ytroyod A NEW YORK HURRICANE Taor N July were re ceived at the railroad station late tonight that the BluIV Point Hotel on the shore of Lake Champlnln owned by tho Delaware Hudson Hallway Company was blown into the lake this afternoon and several lives lost It is known that a severe storm amounting almost to a cyclone ragediu thai vicinity today and the wires aro all down and no particulars obtainable It is reported from Saratoga that near Eluir Point a number of persons out in row boats were lost Sixteen or more aro said to missing General Passenger Agent Burdick of tho Delaware Hudsonloft hero after midnight for BluiV Point He said the latest information was that while the hotel was considerably damaged only one life was lost Thu storm was of extreme severity A G13XERAT SARATOGA July passengers on tho tniin whichreached hero at 3 a m from Montreal say thostorm wns general from Konsos to Whitehall Many houses at Rouses towns along the lake wore destroyed Tho Blnfl Point Hotel they state was damaged but no o no was Ono unknown who was out in a rowboat was drowned OIlT2Aa DAMAGE DONE PtTTsmmo July storm fn Western Pennsylvania and Eastern Ohio tohigh t did great damage Trees were blown downin all directions roafls blocked everywhere and wire communication interrupted At Erie William SniiMi was lulled and his sister stunned by lightning PATALITIUS AT NEW July PhUtsburg N special was interrupted by tho breaking of wlros by the storm above described and here is what came through A terrific wind storm passed over tho city this afternoon Sev eral lives wore lost and an immense amount of damage done Hugo trees wore snatched off and uprooted houses unroofed and shat tered and tho wildest excitement ensued Thoro was no time to seek shelter Debris covered the streets and several persons were stricken down and killed whilo others woro drowned was THJ2 BROILS NEW YOUK Jiily was the hottest day Now York has experienced in a munbpr of years A iiumbei1 of cases of prostra tion are reported but no deaths At 3 oclock the thermometer marked 100 CHICAGO July The day opened a little warmer than yesterday tuo lowest point touched by the mercury being 7G degrees At 10 oclock it was Sa degrees PiTTSmma July was the hottest day In five shade Many mills are closed There was number of prostrations but sb far no THE HOT CHICAGO Jtily spell was broken in this city by a delight ful cool breeze which swept down from tho north Tho signal service officer says this tho olleot of the big storm in the North west yostiMclay andtliatthd excessive hot spell is ended for thepresent iieports fromall1 points in Iowa Illinois Missouri Eastern Kansas Ohio Michigan and Kentucky report excessiveheat today and many prostrations The fatalities for tunately The maxi mum temperature for tho season was reported from Kansas City Louisville Cin cinnati and other points in Ohio andPennsyl vania Thisevening thoro wore severe local wind and electric storms which did much damage at various points The sanio is re ported from Now York New Eng land States as elsewhere in those dispatches Boston Syracuse Albany and other points report thctempcrature over OS degrees It is thought tho cool wave will spread over tlie whole territory east ofthe Mississippi river af 1orclins much needed relief York City had a scorching as toJd in tho dispatch above A score of prostrations and one death from excessive heat were reported tonight Richmond Virginia reports the hottest day of tho year with mercury at 101 in the shade HOST OF TJSACHEHS Hagan Massachusetts H S Tnrboll Rhode A Island E W Coy Ohio Ella C ft gon D To fill exj pired tciins W H Bartholomew Kentucky j J E Bradley Minnesota J I Jones Indij ana E O everal inter esting State exhibits are to be seen indiffer ent parts of the city The colored exhibit has carefully tabulated statistics of the Coloradopublicscboolbuildingsand pictures and designs of special interest from that State Florida exhibits a choice collection of the products of that State He Sets Mad and Shoots Two Wealthy Citizens Dead REGOI A DAYS SPORT TEN THOUSAND KNIGHTS The 1C of P Parade Carnahan Nails a Lie me EE July features of the morning in Pythian Conclave circles were a j grand reception at the Exposition building and tho openingdeliberations of the Su preme Lodge The the Exposi tion building were opened by tho Mayor who made a speech of welcome The Gov ernor followed witha welcome on behalf of the people of Wisconsin Following tho reception tho members of the Supreme Lodge were escorted to the west side Turner Hall whichwas reserved for their use dur ingthe Supreme Lodge session and the first meeting of that body was opened Ili isapproximatedthai men re sponded to reveille at Camp Carnahan this morning but for is positively known at General Oarnuhans headquarters there might been a million men under toiKs last night There is a deplorable lack oF system about tho managementof the camp and the responsibility does not scorn to rest ou tho shoulders of any particular Up to noon only two brigades had submitted to Adjutant GeneralMcKoo their report of tho number of men under jurisdiction Several cases of prostration from heat oc curred yesterday and today but none wore serious The Red CrossSociety has estab lished a hospital on the ground and is car ing for some of the cases of sickness Tho parade in spite of the almost unbear able heat was a great success Ten thou sand men were in line The Fifth brigade was composed of 150 Callfornians and tho Knights from tho other Western1 States under command of General George H ScalT nnr Commander Oarnahan strenuously de nounced ho story to the effectthat he had refused the California delegation admit tance to quarters because they wanted to bring wine and liquors into camp It is a vicious lie and seems to have been printed with malicious tho general said There is no California division hero and I have not met a single man from that State No application for quarters was made and quite naturally they equId not have been BAILEYS FEMALE TERROR ARRESTED Sent Obscene Letters Through the rand Blames Coquet tish Gabriclle for Portland Attorney Murdered EACH HOLD 1 The Elks of New York Repudiate the JSllcs of Cleveland July grand lodge Benevolent Protective Order of Elks met thismorning All the grand officerswere present Exalted GraudUVuJer tho opening address daring which ho re ferrcd to the New He said that if any one present pro ceedings ho would be pormiSttedltowitlidraw All the delegates from Now plauded A Brooklyn Elk said We are hero and Allwo want is protection in pur Ho thatwould be done The roll call showed 100 members present Every lodge but of New York City is represented The parade this aiterjioon although the heat was almost unbearable a success A banquet at tho armory to night was largely attended No intoxicat ing beverages were served NEW YORK SESSION NEW GrandLodge B P 0 of Elks in1 conformity with the order of Judge Lawrence met today and elected Grand Lodge ollieers Resolutions were adopted declaring that the meet ing in session present in Cleveland represent nor is it a part of the order and any and all of its acts purporting to relate to tho order in any way are repudiated and said assembly de clared clandestine A declaration of prin ciples was also adopted sotting forth that the primary object of tho Elks was the es tablishment of a feud for tho relief of members of tho theatrical minstrel variety circus and literary professions and as many subordinate lodges have been ignoring this principle tho Laws is directed to formulate such amend raents as will compel tho observance by sub ordinate lodges of this principal landmark of the Officers were1 thenelected This body is opposed to the Olevelaiidmeet ing and is composed of members who hold the Grand Lodge meetin New York The Governor be Dashed BATON KOUGE Juno Lottery bill passed the House over tho Governors veto yeas OS nays 31 j THE MORMON VOTE coiiudVni it would bo un object lesson i money returned to him with Interest Thus tno ooiapuiiy assumes tho entire risk of a falling in tho prico of shares and tho ex pense of doing President Fisks belief is that this plan properly presented will induce greater thrift among thu men and through their ex ample Spread among the people the habit of saving and investing In the a would loJrw After culoyhrson the Into Representative Cox ihit Senate tuljouniecl House WASHTXOTOX July stiwto amendment wn concurred h to thr Ilonso bill for the nuniis clou of the of Wyoming On motion of Curtv Uie Senate uineiidmonts wcro con curwkl in to this House bill for the disposal of ftbrszulonod military Tho Srwjikcr Juld before tin Swim to bill for prevontinccolisicma at son Tho bill boon that tliiv nirpow ol tho bill tuo of tho conference wore of situate provided in thu bill wnuhi prove more of feTtivtithanany other that could be devised Tnc previousquosLioti ordered and committee reported rosolu The NationalEducational Convention Now in ST day ushered in the National Eiiuuatioual Asso ciation Convention Tho largest crowd ever known intlio history of the association uro present men were in the city noon yostbrday Thotrains last night and this morning were all crowcipd School teachers uio met everywhere Four or 11 vo thousand arc jbeiug entertained by friends in St Paul and MinhcapoliSvand more than that number have assigned to quarters The sossion Of the cationnlCoauciL was the hallof the House of A coupleof reports iead and addresses delivercd ih memory of j E Higbee 0 D L L coased In session the council railroad which their doors The to ivppoiub to motii ultimato object is to produce u comaiunlty of Intorost between the citizens rail A WyomingMan Who Knows It Con trolled From Here In todays paper you gave us a little political news fron Uinta and Sweetwater cqunteis Our can be Repub licans according to This may be news to some of the late comers who would have the veterans believe wrong when they say that the Mormons are Mormons first last and all thetime and that only in so far are they Democratsor Republicans as it tits their ultimate object of having the priesthood reign supreme That the Wyomingfllormous are directed how to vote from this city there is no doubt do not state this from hearsay or vague belief but from experience Theday of our last National eleotionT was two good Moriubu that had sent to them from John T Cai tic to Vote Carey Republican Delegate to Cpri gress and how well they obeyed instructions the election Uintu comity the Democrats captured all the of fices by large inajoritios there was one soli tary exception and that was the over whelming majority of J M Carey over his Democratic That at other times the emissaries olvtbe clmrch appeared in Wyoming just prior to election and counselled the people how to vote is a niatter ofiact and record Indeed our peculiar peopV and zealous of good church How does tliis strike some good kindhearted old time Democratic brother like to admit pur people to fellpviship Will ho not feel when ho seesthat in1 a noighborlng send to Congress Only would they yoto fora Republican pet schoincj out wouldas soon vote for they were told the Church am glad that no Democr a t tra i n s th o p arty on el Tower has crejatiediSuch men SAX ANTONIO July to messenger lias jnst reached this city bringing the news of a terrible tragedy enacted at Columbus last night in which Captain R E Stafford senior part ner in the widelyknown banking iirm of K E Stafford and his brother John a wealthy Scotchman were both killed by A B Pope City Marshal of Columbus Jim Stafford a son of John Stafford went to Columbus yesterday and becoming noisy from drink he was arrested and placed in jail The drunken boy sent word to his father that ho was in Jail and last night John arrived in town very much enraged at tlie fancied illtreatment of his son He proceeded tohunt up his brother E E Stafford and the two visited the Marshal with a view the release of the j young man The Marshal refused to grant the request onhis own responsibility Hot words ensued which resulted in Pope draw ing his pistol and shooting both men in rapid succession killing both instantly The tragedy has caused intense excite ment in San Antonio whore tlie StalTords are all well known John is a millionaire and one of the greatest cattle and land barons in Texas Pope has escaped Trn HAILEY TERHOK AKRESTED Idado July to TRTB Anna Johns a resident of this city was arrested todayby Deputy United States Marshal Campbell upon information sworn to before United States Commissioner A S Sentor at Shoshouo this morning by Postoflico Inspector G 11 Bennett of San Francisco and charging Mrs Johns with writing and mailing defam ing the character of Charles Angel a former resident of Tho letters charge Angel with the grossest immoralities with young Johns had been known Jiore as the EYKAUD BLAMES GAimiELLH PABIS Francisco now speaks freely of his connection xvlth tho murder ofGoulle When he was informed that Gabrielle Bomparcl his mistress axid accomplice had told everything although some of her details of the crime were at variance with his statement Eyraud ex claimed Well I am lost I am every thing but I am not a villain Love of my family did it I had tho power to provide was against me that woman wasin my path Sno was a coquette She constantly complained of not having money enoughand threatened to abaudon me I loved her madly To supply her I committed At the close of thisdeclaration Eyraud said I am resigned to my fate May tho good God be PARXS July raud and Gabriello Bompard confronted each other today at the scene of the mur der of Gouffc They adhered to their pre vious statements A GERMAN July German Jack the Ripper has turned up in Dusseldorf A work girl aged twelve has been found in a field near the town with her throat cut and mutilated after tho fashion of the White Chapel victims AN ATTOUNESSHOT PORTLAND H Hewitt a wellknown attorney was shot and killed today by a saloonkeeper Charles Bel grade Belgrade then retired to his own room and suicided by cutting his throat Belgrades wife is suing for a divorce aud Hewitt washer attorney Both men were up drinking last nighb A quarrel this morning resulted In the tragedy AMERICAN DOCTORS ABROAD The Belfast Spider Makes Short Work of Connor SEVERAL NOTABLE TURF EVENTS Torso Wins a Knco Worth ami Bella 15 Lunvors a Santiago Wins the Drexel The Kail Games how all this will terminate I cant tell understand that largo shipments of amniuj nition have been during the lust two or three wesMcs from tfanlrancisoo If this he irue a bitter warfare is sure to be waged resulting in much bloodshed Such n calamity would prove disastrous to any plan of union because as soon is sol diers of one begin to leave the cities the civil political factions will suroly fighting among themselves 1 shall he away from tiisi country for soiue rime until the troubles havo down somewhat any j j PKEPATUNG FOR WAIT WASHINGTON Inly Associated i if rumored that within the past week j the Sptineer Winchester and j arms companies received large orders for j small arms from Honduras and Guatemala and Salvador has been buying a consider able quuiUty of powder from the Vul can Powder Company of San Francisco Saivador only a short time before Monen death received suimJ of English rifles General is distributing i those arms among people of Salvador and has ordered from the Connecticut CarBrrrvro V TnV S flsrht Manufacturing Company two million I Lao prizctlgnc rounds of ammunition botween 1 co Ueir he and Jamos Both Americans and Europeans are exConnor tho instructor of the Buffalo Ath perieneing a sense of insecurity the lotie Club took place tonight The men settled state of affairs and a like feclins f hj wllll ski ln round both in Guatemala and honduras The British German French Spanish nnd j Retried the hhung aud pot Jn blows Italian Ministers have all notified their re on Connor although tho hitter scored ou speclivo goveviiments nnd it will not bo Weirs left eye In the second Connor made A furious reach Woir but failed In the third he tried it again with tho same result and before ho could recover Woir him out on the Jloor with a right i hander on tho jaw lie gathered himself up i but was 100 weak to continue and tho j Spider soon him back again with a I smoh in rho mouth knocking him out THE ISOTTAKKNNHDl MATCH July the American amateur champion competed withKennedy in the lirst heat for the diamond sculls at the Henley regatta today Kennedy won surprising to see menofwar make visits at LU early date to Central American waters FROM ACBOSS THE SEA EMPEROR WILLIAM PROPOSES 2f AFIUOX STATE TO liismnrck American London 1olico marcks Visit to England LONDON July Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle is now stated tliat Vrinco Bismarck has simply postponed his visit to England and has not j Kenwood third Time Tho the heat by four lengths as Eiffel Towor if tbcylKid anyiCfOr of I am a Rbpublieiin but nofc afraidto have DembCnit Judge Baskin A Plan to Exclude Diseased and Undesirable Immigrants NEW YORK July Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle last a plan which has been repeatedly urged to undesirable immigration aud to protect this country more thoroughly agOriust tho invasion of contagious disease is to be adopted Dr Hamilton United States Surgeon sail forEurope onthe 10th inst for the purpose of establishing physicians at every port in Europe from which immigrants to this country in connection with the United States Marine Hospital Service Tho physicians will in every case work under the supervision of the United States Consulate and where they are stationed it the duty of these doctors to examine emigrantsand to prevent the embarkation the great army of and blind people Svhofor1 years have been pouring into this to fill up thecountry and State pauper institutions Particular attention will be given to rejecting people sufferingfrom contagious diseases and all complaints of a scrofulous nature The plan proposed has been successfully carried outin connection with the Marine Hos South prote elusion remarkable by members of the service is raging at Rio thereis very of its getting nto New York even in sum jrJBrseason In connection European Consuls arc expected to also rmako exaniuiations particularly with regard to criminal cases given up coming here at all As the ment now stands ho will come to this country after Kaiser WJIhelm has returned to Berlin lie also meditates making an extensive tour of Scotland while ho is on this sido of tho channel THIS MONITJIIJNT IO FKlIDKRlCK The people of Germany have for some time past been collecting money for the pur pose of erecting monumentto Emperor Frederick on the of Worth in memory of tho greatest victory gained by the then Crown Prince The collection at present amounts to about of which onehalf has been contributed by the army It is now suggested that as Kmperor liam has refused permission to Mio town of Berlin to erect a monument to his father some of the money originally designed for that purpose should be handed over to the Worth Committee STATE Emperor William Is considering a for creating an African State after the manner of tho Congo State with himself as sovereign and an executive consisting en tirely of German officials The reported III health of Colonel Wissman is not generally credited and he is likely to hold high rank in the coming organisation as well as in tho Colonial Council also in process of forma tion THK POLICE LONDON July Associated Tho policemen who were arrested for assaulting superior officers yesterday have been sen tenced to fourteen days Imprisonment The men are weakening They have no organi zation arid it Is not likely that they will attempt to enforce their demands by a gen eral strike It is probable however that further isolated disturbances may occur The constable who was dismissed for connec tion with the troubles is petitioning tho authorities for reinstatement Another disorderly mob gathered In Bow street tonJght and mounted police pre served order At 10 oclock all tho taverns about Bow sticet were cleared and several persons arrested The mob made a furious attempt to rescue them and a battle en sued in which several constables were badly injured After midnight the excitement ail subsided TUB 1OHTE GROWING FIDGETY The Turkish Government has sent a new note to tho BritishGovernment demanding a fixed date upon which Egypt will be evacuated by tho British troops without tho right again of occupying thatcountiy A5ER1UCANS VISIT BISMAHCK BERTAN July Independent New York Shooting Corps in full uniform paid a visit to Bismarck to day William Webber expressed the thanks of the party for the privilege given them of visiting the great man to whom Germany owed h or greatness Bismarck expressed pleasure at tho visit and said he had always striven to maintain good relations with America In his opinion it would have been foolish to quarrel for such a small question as that of Samoa and he had therefore worked energetically to effect anamicable settlement At the luncheon that followed the ex Chancellor was In a cheery mood and related many interesting anecdotes of his life A SPANISH TARIFF REVISION JlADrtro July S Tho new Cabinet has Issued a circular its policy It announces an intention to give a decided sincere protection to natural produo tions by a revisionof the tariffs Tho Raoos PAIMC July hot nttornlanco track fast Seven fur B won Jam us second best over previous record was 25 made Sheopshead track by Hrittanic Hopeful three quarter won Pickwtcko sec ond Bolero third Time Lorlllard stakes threeyearolds at each with added Protection Tournament Burling ton Devotee Torso Banquet Tournament led from the start and kept It until near the finish when Torso came to tho front and won by a leujrMi Tournament second Banquet third Time Tho Lorll lard iitaces were worth to tho win ner Wile and a won Di ablo second Stockton third Timo Twoyearolds threequarters of a Bermuda won Correction second Eclipse third Time Threeyearolds and upwards fivolur G Vardeo second Ray mond third Time AT AVASrilNCTOX PARK WASHINGTON PAUK July Drejrol stake was tho event of the day at races It was captured by the fornia horse Santiago A fatal nuirred tho sport In this race one ofthe jockeys being killed by falling off his horse Threefourths of a mllo maiden two won Miraboau Glcnrush third Time Mile sixteenth threeyearolds and won Flyaway see ond Etruria third Timo Drexel stake 1or threoyearolds one first Blarnoystone second English Lady third Time Noretta fell entering tho stretch and rolled over Abbiss her rider breaking his neck Mile and seventy won Pro phesy second Lizzie B Time Threefourths of a mile heats Pirst heat won Delmar second Pat S needy third Time won Pat Slieedy second Delmar third Time The Western Association Kansas City Milwaukee U7IS Sioux City 5 j DCS Moiiics ST Denver 10 I St Paul JUNNKAPOMS Omaha 8 j Minneapolis 8 7 13 6 The American Association COLUM35OS Columbus Louisville A Geyser WASHINGTON June Secretary Noble received late this afternoon the following dispatch from Superintendent Boutelle at Hot Springs Wyo This digpfttoh just received from Norns Busi n At p ra there severe shock or rarih quake followed terrible ixir and tro gcvnr called the New Crater had an li is throwing columns ofstcam about 200 foot in higbt of about 125 whohs basiu around that this 5 j LOUISVILLE I BT St TOTEDO Brooklyn game postponed wet weather The Players 1 Tho local Brotherhood team won noon by heavy batting 1 8 0 02 11000 9 PittsburR 10 Philadelphia Pitlsburg 8 and liuiliiiftton and Cross Stnlcy and Quinn Knight BOSTON The Cleveland Hrotherhbod clnb won todays panic by their batting of Rudbourne Attend nice 1 1 40 0 0 2 0 0 53 Clcvclfuid Cleveland 0 nnd Grubor Sutcliffe and Matthews About five hundred spectators saw the Chicago Brotherhood Jirooklyn this aftcr nocn 0 00300 Chioagb 0140 0 8 BUKMKGTON storm this afternoon was the known for BLOOD FLOW of tlieyare of Statics Trouble Brewing m All the Central V Acierican States Francisco Oroniclei A of and a stpppcd short time at the jrand Pacific is rep ubl i sai d he V an d ods of to bo Itall A v as beon received tho wellknown rocohtly of yellow fever at tain Clarke his son and engineer name unknown on So far as learned no lost la thisimmediate vicinity but there wsis to property Iloibert XJiW JTcw York Brotherhood the game todav with ridiculous At 0 3 2 1 3 5 Chris Buckleys Millions YORK fTimjcsfBDIs Francisco Clirfinicle One paper here referring to the boom for Hill which has rccpntly been organized through fchV cputJtiry Chris Buckley willput up rapney for Hills canipaiffn out of his This is doubtless liased pn the cominon idea in New Tprkiall Pour Tiiowsarid len Out PrriSBtraG National at KcKeespprt ref used to sign The National League Tlic ocil Longuc i earn scoriid an victory over this afternoon 2000 0 0 1 0 3 3 0 aiualff but ar virilli n g to psiyunioni decline to accept Asa result plant is idle Vickerj The IJroohlyi League ClubMvon anotner victory today defeating ClcyeLands r 0 0 000 0 Avorth The Chicago League Uiroujrh ;

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