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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEED I Pi C THE MOST EXTENSIVE In tlie Mountain VOL ISO SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY JULY 10 1890 PRICE FIVE E1SJTS FEWMORE BRIEF REMARK TIic Democratic Senators Consume Another Entire Session THEY WANT FREE COINAGE OB NOTHING tion declining to yield to McMillan who was desirous of eontiriuinjfthu Samoan con troversy Thereupon McMillan raised the point no quorum pending which Kogers moved that the House adjourn yens 75 nays OH The previous question way jort 14 The Speaker counted a quorum Mc Millan moved a reconsideration Tho vote on tabling the motion to reconsider resulted 104 nays speaker counting i quorum and tlie motion carried jlreckonridge challenged Die cor rccfucss of count instancing that the names stall in that they had not been present i Subsequently he withdrew his challenge to I the names of Grain and FIthian but vercd as far sis Knloe and Herbert wore con corned l The Speaker while admitting tho nccos illy for absolute correctness in the record oC uresent and voting that oven elluilnatinfc the names of Knloe and Herbert there was a quorum present He therefore declared the motion to table car j rlcd and pnt thequest ion on agreeing tothe conference report The vote resulted yeas July the Senate tho j ill and the Speakec was unable Conference Tlcport Doesnt Snit Cockrell at the ilooHO Mc Millan Male OH Much Ado About a Side JSHUC but is to count a so the conference report iis agreed to for the present Adjourned presiding oillccr Jngalls announced his to Mto bill for tho admission of Wyoming The bill now to tho Presi dent for his signature On motion of HI air tho Senate proceeded j The doors wore re Ari Session mill u Boisterous NEW YORK KLKS opened at I Tlie Sundry Civil Appropriationbill was repented Allison stated that lie would ask consideration tomorrow Consideration of the conference report on the Silver bill resumed and Oookrell continued his the report Crock roll rrltlerd the clause uf July Grand Lodge of liikM wore in contlnous session today from 0 until 0 wlmri a reeoss was taken until S oclock When the doors were opened Arthur C Morohand a negro comed Ian ancl grand secretary and Now York second section of the bill and Lodge No 1 had botm expelled from the Kaid the hiiiKuiW therein Indicated aprof i urdiy The cnMre day was devoted to the New York matter ami tho discussion at times was personal and boisterous Judge Leroy of Now York talked a great deal for MOW York LodgeNo I Me wanted tlie Grand Iodcce a recOas and meet In BulTaloon TJliursilay for tho purpose of electing grand was crowded by the nbrmal department and their friends Art education was under consideration in the high school Several papers were road The Departments of Elementary Schools arid Industrial Education and Manual TraiuiriK held a joint meeting at Miuket Hall under the topic Provisions For and Course of Training In Manual Training Divisions of primary classes and elementary schools were generally considered by the various speakers Their argument for such training were taken from tbeir own ex The evening session was wholly In charge of the ladies Some interesting papers were read Tho Committee on Nominations of the association will report tomorrow morutnp For president William K Garrett Nash ville present secretary of the Asso ciation for secretary E H Cook New Jirunswick N for treasurer J M ireen wood Kansas City Mo Miss Frances Willard of Evanston road the closing paper of the evening on White Cross Movement in She believed that there Jiro four great movements whichwill raise this idea to its rightful place in the lives of young people Thoy are coeducation financial independ ence of women reform in dress and equal suHrage All these reforms should bo taught In thepublic schools and wrought into the thinking of ybutifj people MI1S REVENGE rrenco for single standard Ttm Hucjetiiry of tho Treasury would so inter pretifc until a pnity between tho eslahlJshed and gojd bo glvon preference and legal Louder notes bo redeemed In gold r Teller eonlruverUid this assertion Jones reatl m extrudTroiii un oflieors Thiswas case of New tlcle In New Yurie York and Moreliind was then taken up a pilfer opposed hu siild sltvor after n long and heated discussion tion in all its forms the otleet the j jloreliiiid nnd lodge No 1 were expelled by uhutiSmouH vote A I the overling session Pamucl Quirilan of Cliicasjo was elected exaltod grand NOW AN EXDELEGATE DUBO1S T1IK CA1VITAT KJSTUKN A S13XATOK Votoos Another Unimportant Tho Wyoming 1J1U Kolorrort to by the Senate confercncu report eontainod some features not embraced In either tho House bill or Soiiiiln bill and tending to niukoit a batter inoasuro either It also stated that tho j Qtiior oflieerrf were also elected purpose of stiver was what have said Thai arlicdf from si very itblo of the good Interest iinfl it Is n warning to tho Senator from Nevada Jones that ho has abandoned the cause of of silver with gold Undor this conforonco report tho Secretary Of the Treasury can drivo the country to part with every dollar of gold and canlook up in tho vaults of tho Treasury every sil ver dollar is tho most clangorous powor given a Secnitary of tho Troasirry e tho foundation of tho Government the Son a tor moan to nay that ho would noli give tho Secrwtary of the Trousury ns to which colu Jio would pay InV certainly would give him that discretion I would say rculeomablo In Is all that there Is to Hay That Is true but tiiero Is with ita declaration wliloli is a fatal thing and Hi at Is tho gold standard still exists aud must he maintained Taking up tho third section of tho con feronco bill Cock roll entered a most earnest juid soleinn protest against It as muaolng a of silver colnago after I BfTRBAU Street V ily 1800 J Jones Is all wo want other words tho Senator from Nuvmla willing to abandon the dou ble standard to make silver a mere com modity to slop Its coinageand to bell the people of country that he has done something for them In tho restoration of tho douhln standard The eonferenoe bill Is a total aliuidnoment of all pretensions to u double standard Mitchell In course oC some nvolving Cock rolls consistency remarked hat while ho was In favor ot tho free ancl unlimited coinage of silver ho would sup port the conference bill because It was all that the friends of silver could got f believe that If the Senate will reject this report the House will in thj end agree U the Senate bill We have made no t to support tho Senate bill We show no backbone We show no l jiltion to stand by what wo have solemnly done and wo give truthfulness to the asser tion of thu mononiotalUsts of the Enst that the bill was only a project to furnish a market for silver bullion iMmlol addressed tho Senate In opposition to the bill Tho silver question lie said was n groat deal bigger than Urn 1iosident of tho United suites whether the 1resl foiits nuiuo wore Benjamin Harrison or Grove iCleveland Daniel argued that un der the conference bill worth of silver bullion could be piled up In the tretui urv every year for nil the yours that tho silver would be lowing and riot a doIn i1 of it could bo coined to pay the bondedobligations of the United States which wore payable In coin and such an enormous discrimination against silver as that never existed in legislation except when silver was completely demonetised lie admitted thatIt would bo better thnt tbo conference bill should become a law tlvin that no bill on the subject should bo it was a more makeshift Sooner or later Daniel said Congress and the Executive had got to come intoccolllalon j on the silver question Why not lot tho collision come now H the friends of silver stood up to tho light they could win it and if they ran away they would loso It Tf they believed In the free coinage of silver us ho did tliey should stand by tho btmale bill and of the United States take care of himself Morgan took tho floor but saw ho could not finish his remarks today An informal umlorstamUng was had that a vote would ho taken tomorrow and the Sonato adjourned LAKK TIUKCIJTB BfrnraAir 517 Fourteentli Street WAsniNOTON July ExDologato Dubois loft for cho West to night Ho devoted most of tho day to bid ding his friends In both Houses goodby and in receiving tho hearty good wishes of his old His bill to ratify tho Oo3ur dAluuo troaty would have been brought up yesterday House had not Cannon ob jected Judge Ierklns made an earnest ap peal for its consideration but the Illinois stooror was obdurate Then a number of other Kopubllcans proceeded to put on Ice by refusing to agree to the order of business asmappod out by tho Oominltteo on Rules Tho Ocour d1 bill is all right and will pass at an onrly day Several of Duboisj friends havo It In charge and will soothatitis pushed through Jlr DuboU will spend a day In Chicago Ho expects to reach Pocatollo on Monday noon and Boise tho same night On Tuesday ho will bo on hand at tho mooting of tho State Central Committee ANOTIIEM VKTO MBSSAOE t fjho resident todiy returned to the without approval the bill extending the purchasers of land of tho ofJndlana In Nebraska Tho i In his veto says is 7io objection that I know of either on tho part of the United States or tho Indians to an extension of unpaid Installmoats due from purehiisers This relief is probably duo to the The President however objects to tho provision thai all lands payment Cor which Isextended shall be subject to taxa tion bv tho State of Nebraska as if fully paid for and patents Tho Presi dent is of the opinion that the title of the United States and the Interest of tho In dians in the lands should not be subjected to sale for tho delinquency of purchasers in paying Lax assessments TJVK WYOMINO KILL KWEnnflD The President has referred the bill for tho admission of Wyoming to tho Attorney General to ascertain if there is any legal objection to approval COXFIKMATIONS H N Allen Ohio Secretary of Legation to Coreii A 0 Moore West Minister to Shun Koglsters of land offices J L Shoits Sun Dance E F Cheney Lander T E Evans Douglass A J Crousky fttXkllng B W Hitter Durango K C Kodgors California THI3 NATIONS EDUCATORS An Aristocratic Subtub Afflicted by a Negro School ST Louis July Francisco Cltrnniclfr Annie Snojcd Cairns has got even with the people of Kirkwood an ultrafashionable suburb in a manner that will and every citizen of that town to think lie lias been made the victim spite While Mrs Cairns is well known as a temperance lecturer she is slso rioted as an and for years she lias been tit tlie head of a fashionable seminary for young ladies in Kirkwood About a year ago she had a quarrel with the town authorities over a sewer pipe ancl wasarrested a nominal tine being A suit resulted which involved a very small amount of money Mrs Cairns threatened to leave tho town But the authorities laughed at to believe that she would sacrHice her large school propertyhere to gratify her revenge When however she bought a largo tract of land near Forest Park Boulevard in tho eity and began tolniild on It they became alarmed at tho thought of losing tho school and a syndicate was formed ho buy her Kirkwood property She refused to negoti ate saying laconically I am going to sell to Tho people of Kirkwood will learn to morrow that Mrs Cairns has made hoc word good and has sold her property to a syndi date of wealthy negroes oxUnited States Minister to Siberia J Multon Turner at the head and negro manual train ing school is to bo establishediiv the most exclusive quarter of ultraoxcluslve Kirk wood K1OTOUS STJfcllOSBS Kxcitin Scenes on tlie Streets of a Wisconsin Town WEST SmuHuoit W July was ex pected that the strike street la borers would bo ended today by the men accepting Avages a despondency of the men was but the lull be fore tho About 300 strikers appeared in tho main streets this morning and pro ceeded to Twelfth street where about forty men were em ploy eel The strikers rushed upon them ancl a Contractor Button cut one man on the arms with a shovel The strikers chased Button to his house thrco blocks beating him with clubs in tho day a mob arrived at the American Steel Barge Works where they were kepfc at a distance with revolvers Af ter dinner another attempt was madeto force the works Contractor Anderson shot one man in tho bead the bitllef glancing and hitting a man named Sohn Foster in tho arm Tho strikers then but An derson held ills ground with a drawn revol ver The mob threw bricks and clubs and anything thoy could lay hands upon When tlio Mayor and a force of special police ar rivod on tho ground the mob for Andersons life Tho Mayor quieted the crowd by appointing a committee of strikers and a crowd of policemen to see Anderson to the City Hall Tonight twenty citizens were sworn in as special policemen THE NEW House llltt fills from the Committee on Foreign AIfairs reported back tho resolution re ostin tho President to furnish the House the correspondence between the govern ments of tho United States and Great touching tho subject in dispute iu Behring Soa slnco March 4 1S89 Aftov somo debate tho resolution was presented the eon foronco report on theDiplomatic and Consular Appropriation in the course of tho discussion refer ence having boon nmdo to the appropriation HcfbV the last bill for a protection of tho 1 led Sides rights in Samoa McMillan declared that it that the nMro result of thojSamoan nogot atlons hucl been to enthrone a king who hud been i throned bv his people Our ruprosenta Cl s lnt aim ad for tho of settling matters had actually gone to tho r overriding tho will of the people and sotting up us King a scupo had been dethroned and this American administration o tSSTmeVloun people ancl to tho Aclminis it on rwpoiwlble for the fKy who was obalrjoan of the Forolffii Committee of the last Con tJ I UIIA l t L 4 i nu he believed we had done the best thalcoi Id and McMillan was put If he was not satlstled i os i to vrrv out his views or ho could with foreign Cations as not a word about Samoa in the gentleman ha admitted thotak a deposedKing and placing LU f another Great BrlUUtvi The gentleman statesit Saznoan Question noting with this w 8 Many Topics Connected with Edu ciitionnl Interests Discussed July Tho National Educa tional Association reassembled this morn ing The first paper of tho day was the report of the special commit tee on psycholog ical and pedagogical observation pre sented by George P Brown of chair man Dr W T Harris United States Commis sioner of Education read another paper on tho same subject Professor Charles Degaruio from Illinois road a report ou thospeoial inquiry In relation of instruction to will training Superintendent W H Maxwell of Brooklyn N presented a papor on examinations as tests for pro Department work by tho various sections was taken up this afternoon Pti ring the nfturnoon there wore seven meetings ot educational departments iu various parts ot the city Tho department of music education at the Peoples Church being presided over by Herbert Greggs of Donver whoso opening address was a comparison between the old and new methods of teaching music in which he strongly urged the neocl of making a musical atmosphere in tho suhool room and having all things harmonious and in that way faster advancing the pupils Other papers were read Kindergarten work was considered at tho First M E Church Professor Irwin Shop Minnesota thought tliat every pri mary teacher should bo taught In kinder garten Secondary education was the topic at the Plymouth Congregational church A paper ontho high school as a iitting read by A F Bechdolt of Mluuesota wlio though u the high school too super Fifty colleges were represented the meeting of the higher education department at the First Baptist church and three pa pers were discussed President Bianchard of Wheaton College Illinois took up the What Have tlie the CpUoKO and concluded that they could ask that college nieirbe mprpieadorsih affairs overi than they President Stetson pf College consid eredthe question off College Courses to W oet th o Bern and and his position as well those followed oritho1samp was strongly against The Hull of the House ot Representatives It Forces Up to a of 175 Feet ST PAUL Tuly Passenger Agent Fee of the Northern Pacific Ballroad today received a message from Manager Waters ot tho Yellowstone National Park regarding the bursting out of a new crater geyser yesterday It quleteddowti some what during last night this morn ing there was a solid column of steam forced up constantly to a from 150 to 173 about seventyfive feet in diameter The roaring has subsided con siderably The location is exactly identi cal with the new The old hole is enlarged to of about eight feet and a new hole is visible footfrom tlie old one which is about eight by twelve feet Very however is coining out of it All the pine trees in the neighborhood are athick sediment Tho present appearances seem to indicate that the geyser will go down considerably soon A WELCOME BREEZE New York Afforded Some Relief iVom the Oppressive Heat NEW YORK July Great relief was ex perienced today from the heat of yester day by a thio steadily from the northwest Although the thermometer was not much lower than yesterday the heat was not so noticeable the moisture of the atmosphere had decreased Six deaths from prostration so far have been reported by the police Over in Brook lyn the warm weather has about paralyzed business Tho heat has exceedingly severe for those having putdoor work The employ ces of tho big sugar refineries in Williams biirg are among the principal sufferers Twenty persons the heat yesterday and last night There were three cases reported to have succumbed this morning THE PYTHIAN ARM Y The Reviewed by General Drills Ooniinence v July A the Pythian Army by G cueral Carnahan thlSr afternoon at Springs Park was the eventof the day Thousands gathoiOd to review Carnaban surrovinded Iby his staff took h is positloii i t of the gparid stab d The large Wisconsin brigacleicame f dlf 1 o wed i n iapid su ccesis ipri by tb J roiii the other States I drill com moiiced today and will day until In i of officers morrow Ea chosen to be f CHIOAG ov Asspc f ns rii 1 I I ill AN ELECTION LAW ADDRESS EcpuHie Editors MastBring the m A FALSE SENTIMENT MANUFASTUncD The House Fearlessly Did Its Duty and tho Senate Must Carry Out the Republicans Ask for Protection the fact that chance tho young man at the rostrum of the exchange dictates the prices There are alot of cards iu a box on which are written sueh remarks us ad vance Maksawbe threeeights or lower Alpcna The lly young man draws out one by one at the rate of about I two a minute As he reads the they are transferred tothe blackboard They become the duly authorized quotations on Alpena or Maksawbe until the faro box knocks them out by making a new figure Ill buy or sell Alpciiaat snug out the youth Yorkc goes up Buy or sell Maksawbe at Such was the burden of his lay TUB EXCHANGE AKRKSTED NEW YORK July George W Rumble and James Waldron who were doing a flourishing business in mining stocks under the name of Pacific Mining were arrested today on the charge that they were selling stocks in mythical Western mines They were held in ball each at the Tombs bers WASHINGTON July Representative Bcldon Chairman of the Republican Con gressional Committee has issued an address to the Republican editors of the1 country on the subject of the National Election law The Republican ho says pledged tho country in its platform that it would see to the execution of that provision of the Constitution which guarantees to every lawful voter in Federal elections the right to deposit his ballot and have It counted for the candidate of his choice No question ot negro no usur pation of Federal power is involved in the bill AVhich recently passed tlie House It deals only with National elections The States are properlyleft to work ouii their own destinies through their own agencies Why should the bill not become a law The House faithful and active in the fulfillment oE pledges and uo daunted by the diabolical throats and the assaults of the Democratic performed its duty by the passage of the bill Now it only remains for the Republi can majority oil the Senate to emulate the House and permit the President sig nature to ratify and register the will of the Nation Will the Senate prorqptly perform this imperative obligation This Committee is in possession of infor mation showing a on the part of the Democratic party Ho change the public thought by poisoning the minds of the people to the one that a senti jncnt may be manufactured tliat would de ter Congress from passing the National election law at this session it is believed that a favorable expression of opinion at this juncture from tho Republican press all along the line would beas forcible as timely and would exert wholesome influence and inspire the Legislature to a carrying out of the partys pledges Witt you not do your duty in urging that the Senate Sh allrespond by the passage of a measure House deems absolutely essential to tho purity of elections of its own mem Til 13 ARKANSAS Rooic July The State Convention met here to place a Republican and formally endorsed the Union headed by Fixer f pr Governor The platform cordially indorses thead m iLUstration en t Harrison aiid bails1 with idelight that the rights of all American citkens must be as fullyprotected iu all parts oC tin Uiiion as in foreign lairds congratulates House of Representatives and Speaker Reed od tho overthrow of filibustering its action in un seating members representing a fraudulent ballotbox and particularly on its intelli gence and courage in passing a bill contain ing piopei1 provisions for tho pro tectionof voters in National elections and the hope is expressed that this measure will receive favorable action from the Republican Senate and Republican President aud become a law of the laud at an early day With the Republicans of Arkansas the of tririlV and all other questions are subordinate to that of a free ballot and a fair count With a solution of this question the solution of all others will be readily found in conformity with the will of a free people VIRGINIAS DEMOCRATIC WASHINGTON July Tho Virginia Re publloan State Committee today passed a declaring that they will not ticipate and advising selfrespecting Repub licans to forbear from participation in any election in the State so long as the same shall be conducted under tlie foul election law of the Democratic party as nowfraud nlontly BUTT13 PRINTERS STRIKE Tliey Bemaiul the Discharge of Three Objectionable Men BUCTJE July Special to The printers on the Miner left their this evening and in a sought Manager Paigh and demanded the discharge of Hair and telegraph editors audIvlowne proof reader men who objectionable to them On being re fused they went out on a strike The strikers held a meeting which was attendedby nearly every union man in the city The of the Miner office tried to throw oil on the troubled waters and induce the the strikers were in the majority and they carried things hand They sus pended the unions Constitution andBy and virtually vested in themselves povrer to act in the matter regardless of the union code three objectionables are union men The niatter has been by wire to Arbitrator Plank of Indianapo lis The action of the does not meet with public approval The Miner will not issue in the morning and obliged to suspend publication two ortliree MINING STOCKS AND CARDS THE BEHKXNGSEA AVAR It Is Carried on Solely by News paper Correspondents CHICAGO July San Francisco Chronicle Intcr Occans Washington Tho rumors as to Boh ring sea which are so persistently cir culated in some quarters arc only explain able by the fact that of the sen sation desire to vindicate themselves from the charge of having given currency to an unfounded sensation of a very grave char acter It is to bo noticed that those who originated this report arctho only publish ers who have not found room for the very positive denials of the whole matter sent out on the authority of tho British Minister himself Sir Julian Pauncefote and of Mr Adee Assistant Secretary of State It is knowntliat tho British Minister has re quested that the denial of the reported dis agreement be given the widest possible cir culation It lias been ascertained today from ofllcials of the State Department that there never has been a better prospect of coming to an agreement as to the policy of Bchring sea than now Tho whole subject has been remitted to the slow course of diplomacy The United States State Department and tho President of tlie United States havo not the power to declivrewar that Is an act which can only be performed by Congress but the Administration is not controlled by lunatics and the President and Secretary of State have not sent to Bchring sea two small revenue cutters carrying one or two guns each to enter into a contest with some of warships of the British navy as to the possession of that sea The romancers who have declaredwar for the two conn cries havo not taken Into consideration the fact that tho officials of the United States in charge of this subject are men of largo experience and discretion THE RECORD OF CRIME his mother It is thought that both hus and wife will die Kittamcl has beeu slightly demented for some lime OuOAKMAKERS EVICTED The Unfortunate Strikers Turned Into the Conspiracy NEWYORK July Dispatch Francisco Chmniclc Ionsexpected evictions of many of tho poor families of eloakmukers began last night It was little that the unfortunate people had to move out of their rooms when the in structions of tho landlords were carried out Everything of any value had longasro found its way to the pawnshop Tlie families late last niirht received temporary shelter It was assorted today that many other fami lies have received notices and are momen tarily expecting eviction What is creating more than a little at tho head quarters of the cloakcuttors is the report that the manufacturers may be indicted by tho grand jury for conspiracy It was given out from an authoritative source that there was little doubt that the grand jury would bring indictments against the members of the Manufacturers Association tomorrow MORE CENSUS RETURNS CHILLY OAY FOR HEARST Snapper Garrison and Torso Brought the Senator to Gritf TOURNAMENT A REGULAR HDODOO Ike Weir the Proceeds to Resent an Chal lenges Ban fjnetted ly Ball Games A Wall Street Exctiance Presents aNovel Coinbinatipru San ik Dispatch Francisco Chronicle a faro bank ancl bucket tbtew open its doorsto thesmall Wall Street speculators yesterday under the title of the Pacific1 Mining Exchange Trio plant the consists ot a goodsized j a big containing the names of 1 eged fpriiia stocks arid cubby a fly y ou ug man who spoliesman f or the faro game1 and soiuo istpor who ippse as Ilraetrfbers of These are there1 isa tionsj a cashier hidden in the apparently the wlio explains the The Barnes of stocks exchange are tlieMaple Zeniay Maksavf compose the of A Political Quarrel OGeadfg to Serious A Detectives Chase July TKIBUNB Sari Francisco Chronicle News has reached hero of an altray at Lewisville in the adjoining Lafayette county It seems that Dr Chism a promi Kepublican politician and Clint Lomay a tin ion Labornuiii aridthe tho got into a dispute eorcerning poli tics in the course of which Oh ism drew a revolver and shot one of the sberitVs fingers qir The latter retreated and went to his homo two distant in the country where be has since remained The tiouble occuiTed Saturday Jiight and yesterday it is reported two brothers of Chism from a neighboring1 town went to Lewisville and took virtual possession Both of the latter are heavily armed each carrying a Win Chester aud six shooters Lomay is popular aud has many strong adherants aud it is foared there will be serious trouble when the men meet Dr Chism has fre quently ligured in shooting scrapes and was once driven from Lewisvilleby its indignant but returned after tho excitement died out aud has since made the place his He man of talent but quick tempered and given to drink while Lernay is a sober man and game to the core A iDETECTlVBS TONG CHASE NEwYoiuc July Associated Edward M Doyle a contractor charged with forgery and obtaining money on false pretenses in Oregon was brought bauds and legs into police headquarters today by Detective Day of Portland He bad chased him many thousand miles Day is en route for Oregon with his prisoner A WITH JirURDEKER HUNG FOHT SMITH July John Stals burgwashangcd today for killing his wife last near Eaufala Creek Nation SOUTH AMERICAN FINANCES Millions of Bank Notes to he Issued in Argentine 1 BuBNOS AYRES July The preminm qn gold has advanced to per cent The Xresident of the Argentine Republic has authorized theissueof bank notes to the amount Of 000 for the purpose of icelieying the financial situation The re of the has teausedgreatexcitembnt on the Bourse MONTEYIDEO July 9 The run banks continues URUGUAyS ISSUE OF July TheALondou agent of tlie National Bank of Uruguay has received cables from stating that a law suspending the ooiiversSbn info specie of the notes of the for a maximum jperiodof six mouths has been decreed The Government guarantees payment Of the notes of the bank and government debts all of which are payable in gold The emission of bank notes Is to be limited 1 jand to be guaranteed by the proper officials Thisemission will be received where the same as gold The dispatch furtherstates that absolute confidence pre vails inmorietary circles MONTEVIDEO July There is only one private business in gold dollars D RAAVaTHJE LINE AT B ASEB AJDL Cardinal Gihbotis Believes in Certaiix Sunday Recreations BAiTiiroitE July f TimJtrXE Dispatch Francisco s opposed fib baseball on the desecration of the sports lieihasthisto say that be a and second itol innocent and the only m asses of the people1 h avev ti me to seek re Weldiv pastor Christs Church1 in closing ot absolutely to the public at a certai n pbrtioUpOf the day is setvapattii f brS religibus Chicago St ancl Baltimore Fig at San Francisco WASIUNGTOX July rough official count of the population of St Louis by tho census oflice was completed today It shows the citys population to bo This is an excess of about over tho estimate The estimate of the local supervisor of Baltimore is something over The Chicago supervisor sent his returns to Washington today He says the popu lation is nof less than Tbe Superintendent of Census received a telegram from Census Supervisor Davis of San Francisco saying that he finds that there was but one district in the city in which there was any padding In this dis district 477 names were added by the enum erator Uo has beeu arrested and a recount is now in progress Three Hundred Brairemen Strike LOUISVILLE July hundred Louisville Nashville bjakomcn are on a strike tonight Tho yards are guarded by special THE EASTERN STORMS TIIE WIND AND JIAIX DO IMMENSE DAMAGE Ninv YORK July Dis Francisco Chronicle following cable was received at the Pol fee Gtizctlc otlice yesterday from London Jack Unrko the Irish lad recently arrived from Australia called at tho Sportimj Lift office today and issued a challenge to tight lack Dompscy the middleweight champion of for a side Tho Pelican Club will ifivo a purse if Dempsey will acreo to meet Burke Richard K Fox Joo Me AulitVe and William Madden wore banquet ted by Lord Lonsdalo THIS SinnKR WAS BUFFALO K July A f tor the WeirConnor light last the club otileors were settling up in the Hotel Iroquois when Tommy Warren requested that they koep out what Weir owed him adding that he knew Weir would cheiif him This incensed tho who sprang at Tommy A fierce battle fol lowed The men were quickly separated however and told to bahavo under pain of expulsion They subsided MHKX AWj COMBRS NKIV YORK July Police Gazette has a dispatch saying that La Blanche has decided to sail for England to meoc all corners for the middleweight championship of the world A HUNNlXn TOCCORD BOSTON July quarter mile run ning record was lowered at Beacon Park today by W E Downs a Harvard man and an ametour runner The track was in bad condition out Downs made the distance in 4S seconds The former record was Five Men Killed by a Japs Town Wiped Ont by Fire July windstorm which swept the city last evening was the most severe ever experienced The advance of the storm seemed to be a number of sharp quick gusts that wrecked chimneys down trees aud sent everything movable through tbe air Its coming was shown by a cloud of dust a hundred feet high which obscured the sun aud made the streets as dark as midnight Not a single object a distance of fifty feet Fine dust filled the eyes tho clothing and breathing to those on the streets was impossible without a handker chief pressed to the Tben came in rushing swirling sheets that beat down mauy plants and caused an exceed ingly heavy loss to crops In every part of the large trees were uprooted Tho damage on the ore docks along the old river bed will amount to at least MEN KILLED BIRMINGHAM July of orders caused a collision between a freight and passenger train on the Louisville Nashville Railroad forty miles south of this city this morning Five people were in stantly killed and a sixth fatally injured John Green and John Webb Firemen Jim and Bob Wilson and a white pumpman named Parr Ben Swope extra was fatally injured None of the passengers were killed aud as far as can be learned none were The passenger train bad orders to take the siding at Clear Creek station for the extra freight The order was not obeyed and beyond the station the trains came together in a deep cut Both engines wore broken to pieces FIFTYNTNJ3 JAPS n7lOVTJT5D SAN FUANCTSCO July steamer Gaelic brings Japanese news At Osaka fiftynine people were drowned on June inth during the launching of a new sailing vessel Tbe occasion excited considerable interest and a hundred and fifty people crowded on board the boat The owner became appre hensive and ordered a hundred of them ashore When the launch commenced twas ebb tde and as the 1opes used in securing the vessel were too short the vessel keeJed over The people on board immediately rushed to the other side which had the effect of turning the vessel completely over on board were iprecipitated into the water A terrible scene ensued Those rendered every assistance possible but their efforts weregenerally unavailing Fiftyfive bodies have been recovered and four are still missing Twenty were more or less injured 1 IN 3IAIXK LEWISTON from Somerset Franklin and Waldo counties indicate that last evenings storm one of the most disastrous thit ever visited Maine was great to property but fortunate v few casuaities FOUR NEGROES Afternoon r Sib ley ArkM four miles west of Memphis the outgoing Memphis and Little Hock passen ger train was crashed intoby a freight iwiin of theKansas City Railway Fouf persons were were men and one woman were injured some of them so seriously that they vwill probably die ATOWN WIPED O1JT ELMIKA Y little town of across in Tioga county was yesterday Twentythree buildings in all were burned DBIVBN OUT BY WOMEN Several NewYork rV Commissioners ni oral benefit andxien joyment bf i q uiet jclecapu m arid tra uq ullity that sho u 1 rizethebsefaiQcfe e i The Races NEW YORK July 110x13 Dispatch Francisco Chronicle aire Scott gave millionaire Hearst a knock down blow atMonmouth Park yesterday It all oame about in ibe race for the rich Loril lard stakes Millionaire Hearst thought ho bad a sure winner in his colt Tournament i who recently made a ridiculous exhibition of good feeling in the contest for tho valu able Idealization stakes at Slieepsliead Bay Indeed Senator wis so confident of success that be emptied his wallet into tho ring and jaiade the bookmakers bink bo supported his reprascutative But Colonel tho bookies from total destruction His colt to the crowd overlooked him entirely and his stable cared so little for his chance that there tickets to be paid on Torso when the race was over There were six othersin the stakes Belniont Trainer Bob Campbell the Dwyer Brothers tho Hough Brothers and Young Kelly of the Madison stable all having a wistful eye on the rich stake Tournament on of his last performance was at all times a favorite and closed at 7 to 10 Torso was never at a shorter price than IS to 1 and against any of tlie others 20 to land upward could be obtained The race is easy of description BurlJng had slightly the best of a good start but gave way almost Instantly to Tournament who set a stout race down the back stretch with Burling and Torso trail ing in the rear Sweeping around the long turn Tournament opened the gap in front and bade fair to repeat Ids runaway victory intothe Idealization Into the Lome stretch Tournament had a full three lengths tho i best of the situation but the horse that had i all others the outsot had now begun to make bis run and whilu the crowd f iu the grand stand cried Theres nothing 3u it but Snapper Garrison guided Torso so skillfully up from the rear that a quarter of a mile from home he was within striking distance of the lylng Tour nament The race from now on was between Torso and Tournament and a desperate raceit I was Garrison was riding s stoutest finish on Torso Torso appreciated it too and exerting himself to his utmost gained steadily on Tournament on whom Hay ward was sit ting still with the greatest confidence Even after the last furlong had been reached half a furlong from home Torso was halfa length behind and Bay ward suddenly awoke to the Hanger A stout whip wielded by a mightlv arm made deep in Tournaments flank but the colt j unequal to tbe final effort him in the last and won awiemor able race bya length Tournament was second two lengths advance of Banquet a stable companion of the All in all the Lori Hard stakes strikingly points out tbe deplorably mediocre metal of the tbreeyoarolds AT wASiiiNGJPOx PARK WASHINGTON July 2yoarolds five i HuH5ena won itbird Time Maiden five won Major Thornton second King1 Solomon j third Time f V Threeyearolds won second Happiness Time i Great Western ages mile i and a won Los Angeles sec ond Time Three yearolds andupwards mile arid a i f Farrow won Cecil Bf second I Byrnes third Time i and upwards mileJieats Quotation Brandolette third Tiine i Brandolette won i Third onLobgshot second Time Dispatch a few days tbeitbree reading men in the Board ofEducatibu that but the statedby the Commissioners had m ad e soi in u eh trouble1 in th e board th at luehibers who had been1 on the board tWen Thef whole Grants social irito H ill at wan women on the bo ieted Mayor they go pointirierilsagairisttlie wish f STHTJCK GRAND itq days racesDirect a California stallion trotted a 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