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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING DAILIES In the City Combined THE MOST EXTENSIVE YQJj 132 JULY 12 isoo TELLER AND THE ASPHALT the Senator Digs Bp an Alleged UintaSi Petition IT LOOKS DEGJDEOLY MOHMONY Tribune and Bait Ijakc AH phalt Oxvnerft PoMOizricefl Silver Kcpirt Will Kc Adopted Soy bolts lie General MeCook Promoted SAir LAKK Tnrntrjfp1 BurtKAtr J r1T FfuirLccnth Street WAHffixmoN D July 11 1800 Fiftyfour roMdiinls of fj In tali county Utah signod thoir names to a nicely drawm ap petition which Senator Tojlor pro fieritccl tnflay unking for Liio opening of that of Iho Uncufripahgrts rosorva tion which flartison ro ftisod l throw into lianda o the as plialtum ring Tin poMMon THK TitrriirNlo ami doriounctis tho slalornont that tho Indians do not doHlre tliu erosion of lliolr arid says that Salt LaUo asphalturn ownors havo spread tiioso ru moiH to roluln I heir own monopoly The signature tothis peMUon arc evidently not those of leading ciLixons arid havo a clodded Mormon whang to their hantlwrit lag Silver bobbed unexpectedly nut Kovercly today in Uio Mouso A count of Mils moruiiiK showed tlio olteyts of Mio cool in bringing absentees back the oily Tlnuo woro enough Ito votoH and to spare and iMoolc a very short consultation botwoen tho Speaker and Chairman Confer to map out tlio pro Late In fclio afternoon Mr catight oyo noatly and fairly and aHkfd for tlio previous on agreeing to tho crmrorotico roporb Bland naturally protostod agalnKt tho pmspect of IntliiK shut with only twenty rninulos debate and Blount OL Georgia Joined in tho protest Ho proposed an agroemorit for two hours dobato on each alflo for tomorrow which wao accepted by thi Republicans Accordingly Mie vote will bo takoq tomorrow afternoon at 4 oclock Tho cioirforonco report bo uproot to by k vote which la HUoly to follow afcrlcUy party linos Mr Barttnoof Nevada tluulcs jiho majority for tho bill will bn ton or a So does Oartor of Montana No one iloubts Its paiwutfo Spculal AKontSuybolt has mailed his re port on tho Suit Lake tpostolTloo sto and it ja to arrlvo hero on Tuosclay or Wednesday Inspootor KnUibono says that will bo based purely on tho povoriunuub iutoriists as by tho 1 papers OKNKflATj MflOOK President sent tho Soimto tho fallowing McDuwoll Infantry to ho llrlKiullorGononil Major G Robinson Quurtornuistor to bo Deputy yuartorntiisUMGouorul with rank Of LiouloiuuitColonol TIIF HANK OF Tho flftuso Oomrnlttoo on Military Affairs dlrectcd n fuvorablo report on tho bill to revive tho rank ofLlontonantGonoral of thr armv Kavovablnroportfl wcro also ordered on bills authorizing the Suoretury of War to employ acthiK chHulalnA In tho army and jjiantlris MJU KloGrando Railway Company a ritftl of vvuy nernss tho liort Lewis Colo ornilo military PAMAMKUICAN UKIOUTS Ilio Trosldonl transmitted to CruiKioss oornmiinlcations from tho Siurutury of Htiitc oiiclcsinj report of tbe intonilillimal Arnorlcan ooriforonco con protection of patents tnulumarks In oommorcio tho AnuTlcaM republics and action for tho bettor of tho public health against cou ilisoasosi TO SHUT OW SlINATB HKUATK3 Currying nut tho instructions ol1 tho Tto publloln caucus Chairman nuiiids his uppolnlod Sotuitors Hoar Spcionor Vvyti and Moody together with Senators AUlrlch Sherman and InjjJills of tho Kulis Commlttoo to report as n oaucuiH nonuulMoo upon tho quontlon of changing therulosof tho Senato so as to provide for u closure of dobato at tho will oC the ma jmd to nscortalu and report whether tJuitrosultoan attained if doomed nooos sary to business UTAHS SUGAll FACTORY It WiH CJoKt Half n Million aud Wants a Tjoeation Pitovo Utah July to Tain Chambor of Oommovco hold a special mooting to consider the ostablishiriont in Utah county of a proposed factory for the manufacture of sugar from Arthur Staynor of tho Utah Sugar Company mooting and stated that tho establishment of a factory was now assured Tho subscription list was roady and they woro now seeking a loca tion Tho immediate oxpotulitairo would bo half a million for a plant but of this would havo to bo for machinery It s proposed to raise a quarter of a milHon ancl then bond tho works for tho rest Tho company would want at loast 2000 acres of land and a supply of tons of boots during tho season Tho works will havo a capacity of six million pounds of sugar per season and farmers would bo able to make not profits of twentyflvo to thIHyflvo dollars por ton No definite location had boon decided upon but It must bo whore two million gallons of pure water can bo had daily and transpor tation facilities are good Ho hoped for tho sympathy and earncstsupportof tho business men of Provo In making it mooting adjourned subject whon Stay nor Morris and Armstrong of Suit Lake vill be present The establishmentof waterworks horo seems to favor a location near Provo The barns sheds and Imy of Richard JJriorton and John Strong wero night with some live stool Damage 20QO A FAMOUS BANK CLOSED John Movrissys Noted Gambling House Goes NEW YORK July Dispatch Francisco Chronicle having kept open houso for ovor thirty years No SIS Broadway tlio ous gambling house In the countryyyestor daylinaily olbsecl itSdoors Tho police had no hand in the act of eon ItlucteVpthe game SJnce Its establishment liaSjOnjoyed a Joo Hall New moved J18 in 1850 John JVIorrissy after winningCon gressional honors and becoming a power in local politics was offered ancl accepted a partnership In the coneurn Tio result was ono of tho jcost gigantic gambling monopo lies Unit could bo imagined For a long period In tlio severities no gambling houses to exist inthis city who did not pel their virtual license from him by paying to him certain monthly sums which tho payers believed ho turned over to the authorities John McCormack who was Morrissys partner tliun gave tlio largest limit to faro betters that was ever dealt for this town If a patron wanted limit removed Mc Oormack not only aceum moclaled him but after hhulTJing the cards turned the faro box over and let tho better draw the cards out himself so as tu Insure perfect fairness The story s often told that a certain sporting editor of tho city more than once loHt his paper hotting against that same In fact that ho tho largest hot that over wan decided hy tho turn of a single The lasliowners Lncons Appleby and Uus Abel Tho houso wont down through lack of patronage T11K C17TTKRS LOOKOUT The Knights ol JDabor Preparing for a Dispatch San Francisco Chrnnldc whole Rjilo clothing trade Is in a state of excite rncnt over tho contemplated lookout by eighty mcniboiS of tho Clothing Manufac turors Association which will take place Monday Tho Association moans to fight thn ICtiights of Labor for boycotting ono of their members Allied Benjamin and tliolvnlglits that a big struggle Is at hand and tiioy will mako a hot fight also The total number of operatives Incluclin tho tailors hi this city interested in tho move Isabout nonoof whom can work with out the cutters Unless tho manufacturers rescind their order all organised workmen In tho clothing trado In the United State will he called out Tho manufacturers as Bwbiiwt they havo boon boycotted by tho Knights for refusing to employ union tnun only Society Scandalized YOKK July Dispatch Francisco Chronicle able bay horse society is scandalized Mrs Hasbwnick wlfo of W H llasbrouck a wallknown and eminently reputable busi ness man of Now has olopcd with young Edward Garrington recently grad uated from Yalo THE OAY IN CONGRESS CODES PLAN FOB BUILDING DP THE MERCHANT MAKING A Resolution for an Tntornatlonal Ulmo talHo Silver Oonforcncb Koport to JBo Conaldorod ToDay July In tho Senate Tol ler Introduced a joint resolution declaring It tho policy of tho United Stiitos to use both gold and silver as a full logal tonclbr money Instructing tho Presi dent to invite tSic Goyornmonto of tho Latin Union countries and 5 noli other na tions as ho may deom advisable to join tho States in a conference to adopt a ooinmon ratio botwoen gold and silver fo1 tho purposeof establishing in the nsb of blrnotalllc money and securing a fixity of rolatlvo value be tween those rnotals tlio to bo hold at stuoh place may bo mutually UKKOOtl upon by theoxocutlvosof tho Gov ornmontH lolninc In t And when in tho ludTiiont of tho President of tho Unltocl States asuniclontnumbor of nations shall havo entered Into such International ar rangomont he shall declare the ratio so Oxod to bo tho existing ratio in tho Unitod StJitoR Tho Pvosklont is to appoint not loss than thioo nor moro than five ootnmls to such conforonco on tho Unltocl States and who arc to rocolvo and oxponsos Tho joint resolution forrod to tho Flnmico Committee AVllson Towa olVcrod a resolution will oh was roforrod to tlio Commlttoo on Foreign Kolntlons oalllng on tho Secretary of Stato forInformation on tho subject of an American eltlxon Thomas T Collins boitig doprivod of his rights llborby and property ah Manilla in tho Ihillippino Islands and us to what action had boon taken In re gard to tho matter The Senate proceeded to tho considera tion of tho Senate to ostrabllsha United States land court and to provide for tho sotMement of private land claims in Now Moxkto Wyoming Utah Nevada find Colorado such claims being by virtue of Spanish or Mexican rights Tho bill was dlsoiiHSod until oclock when the Shipping bills woro In order as unfinished business Tho Shipping bills woro taken up and Gib son addressed tho Senate Ho argued against tho proposed subsidies for ships but in favor of modurato postal subsidies Ho spoko of tho Importance of establishing a I lino of steamships to trado with tho Congo country tho building of a Gov ernment drydock at New Orleans and reforming tho tariff by admitting commodities from South American States at IOWQP rates of duties Ho appealed to tho chairman of tho Committoo on Commorco Fryc to relax tho rigidity of his policy allow ships to be purchased abroad and sailed American flag to tako oiT tho tavilT duties from materials supplies and out fits that go intotho construction and sailing of ships and to accept us a com promlsoa pot Icy of giving postal subsidies to American built vessels Coke said that if ho had to frame a bill to pi co tho American merchant marine on an equality with that of othor nations ho would not commence with taxing tho pcoplo for tho payment of subsidies but would tako hold of the ship ping laws of tho Unitod States aud ropoal them It wus simply impossible under tho existing tariff aud navigation laws to build up thcv foreign carrylngtrado of tho United Vest offered as a substitute for tho bill as to the ArnerlcHii merchant marine a provision for free ships to bo used only in 1ho forolirn carrying trado of tho United States and not in tho coastwise or lako trnclo Tho bills wont over without action after an effort by Fryo tbhavo an agrqcmcut to votu upon them tomorrow After executive acljourned House WASHINOTOK July tho ij House rerkius prosonted tho opnferiiaco TO port on tluv bill granting a right of way across tho Mtllo Lacs Indian reservation to tho Little Falls IMillo Lacs Lako Superior Euloc raised the question of con sJdevatiou iu tho interest of tho prlvjato cal endar i Perkins moved that furthor proceedings under thocall bo dispensed with yeas 130 nays 55 Tho confereinco re port was then adoprcd Conger presentod the re port on tho Silver bill it was read tho question of consideration raised by and the question Will tho Houso proceed to tho consider itioui of report and it isulted nays44 x Speaker botng uuablo to record a quorum a call of tho Houso was lihenor respond eel to their on suggestion of lybuitt that be bh the report at tho erid of tho pro vlbusiciuostlpn will y Tho House then took a tto oyeio Insrsessibn1 to f or uuiSi Atthbbycijingsesslonv bill baUbdVup A TerrificSteamerExplosion in Ike icago River NINE DEAD BODIES RECOVERED Several Hundred People Precipitated Into the AViiter at Scone ol Terror and Four Bodies Itecovercd to land the work of grappling for the drowned was commended Within two hours four bodies were lipto mid night no other vicfiitis hadI5ccn found It is bcliovtd that at least or four others wore lost but tiib exact number cannot be told at present r Intense excitement prevailed in Dart niouth and Halifux whcti thp news of the spread and thousands Hocked to scene where they until a late hour watching those working in the water Owing to tho confusion it Is impossible to tell who arc missing but tho number can not be laige FACES6ABRIELLE Eyraiul Was Scrvy but Mademoiselle same Exeil CHICAGO July frightful explosion occurred tbb steamer ono of tho largest vessels on the Great Lakes Thirtyeight pcoplo were aboard the stcamor at tho time Wnon tho work of rescuing tho survivors which commenced almost Instantly was well under way only two persons could bo found who escaped unhurt To rnako the matter worse lire broke out on the wrecked vessel and huge volumes of flame ancl smoke Impeded tho searchers for dead and dying Thebursthig of tho steamers boilers was tho cause of tho catastrophe It was in the Chicago rivor at tho foot of Washington street that tho explosion occurred This locality is in tho heart of the business sec tion of Chicago ancl the explosion brought pooplo running in terror bat of tall build ings blocks away Tho most of the victims wore Ohicagoans stevedores who woro unloading tho vessel Only three of the woro re ported on the list proved a stub born one and mado It the to verify tho report that the boilers had ploclod Tho statementwas current tho explosion was duo to another cause the accidental lighting of in tho narrow confines of the Tiogas deep hold In tho hold near tho steamers stern was where tho fire hold sway Through the bursts of firo could bo soon a groat jagged cloft In the TJogas cabin and aloft on tho tall smokestacks dangled a huge framework of fantastically swaying backward and forward telling of tho terrific force of tho explosion which sent it from thirty feet bolow While tho firo was still progress an Associated Press reporter mot tho captain of tho illfated steamer on tho forward dock Tho officer consented to stop long enough in his tasic of straightening out the confusion prevailing to give a what ho know of Said ho Myname Is Captain A A I arrived hero last evening from Buffalo in command of tho and wowore un loading at this dock whop tho explosioii took place this evening I wasiri tho freight shed on tho IhoarcV a terrific noise and running north quarter of thevessel enveloped In steani All of the crew ol twentyfive men were either aboard at the timeor were on the dock or in tho freight house 1 after a careful search that all but tlmce wore accounted for Those throe all from Buffalo were tho second the lookout 0 and a dock hand William Gtithbert Besides the throbmi s slng who tho cvaw theremust havp boon from twelve other men killed and probably half a dozen additional wounded Those wore laborers in tho hold who wore unloading Eight col ored mon arc positively stated to havo boon bolow and six orvsevon others wore at tho hatches aidingtheir fellowstevedores lower down Tho explosion occurred in the not in themachinery orboilers as near as I could ancl it was probably in some combustible Tho captain was at thismoment called away to thewrecked portion of the which Hoemod gradually settling in tho rivor Occasionally a woundedman was being hauled out of tho debris As the flames permitted the police and firemen closed in towardthe literal black in which tho bodies of the unfortunate stove still of pooplo gathered on tho neighboring bridges docks andvps sols and watched the tragic scones being enacted on tho Tho immense Iron hull painted a forbidding black stretched throe hundred feot or nioro along tho pier and a swarm of firemen and re porters woro clambering over her on all sides DEyo witnessesof tho explosion telling newcomerstlio gory particulars It appeared that tho explosion occurred just after aportor named William Palmer had gone bolow with lighted lamps Ho had scarcely reached tho docks again when tho shock came It that200 barrels of oil were among tho cargo and that these had become Others Insisted that tlio explosion must havo beendue to a lack of wator in tho second en gineer who was known to be missing was tho man whoso duty it would bo to start the pony pumps In such an emergency This It was declared produced just such an only ono com partment Up to lliaO dead bodies had boon or wounded worocoivvoyed to the hospitals ThovTioga1 then settledto tho bottom of tho so deep but the docks are still above tho surface It is estimated that will cover tho damage to the This amount is believed to bo fully Stoamflttcr Burns caunotslivo through tho night A clearer idea of the cause of tho oxplo sion was obtained when the boilers and cargocouldbo The boilers seemed The cargo waskero soiue gasoline andcotton Thorinferoucc is drawn that urated thecotton generated gases which Ignited whoiia lantern was taken into thohold A July occurred at Bartmquth by which of people were but the exactnumber of victims will till disaster byt reason of a ferryboat slipping out ofplace and allowing the front oi tho tpVslrik1 the csowcl six or seven and The people wore new ferry steamer v justafrlved fromNew York to steamer got withintwo of audat thai moment the The outer pnd of the bridge the harbor pilingon ItbpjHof an u sc r ambl ingf f sbnio moments1 bt July A iiro iirtho bus in ess portion of tlic city worth of property A RECOUNT FOR The City Council Decides to Party Nominees OQDEN July Special to 0he City Council at S oclock with all tho present Tho Citizens1 Elec tric Light Company submitted a proposi light tho streets Referred to Com mittee on Streets presented a petition to bo allowed to keep open all night Re ferred to License Committee Rules governing the Fire Department were adopted A list of tbe holders1 of keys to fireboxes was presented The Census Committee reported favorably on taking the census appointing a chief enumerator and enumerators Adopted Ttia Sewerage Committee reported that they had accepted bids oil designed tho B ThoOity Marshal reported 133 arrests for June and convictions J W Hill Small and others asked a franchise for an electric street car lino from tho depot to tho university grounds Referred to the Committee on Strppts Council to defray the oxpensp of building the Thirtieth street bridge over the Weber The Peoples party primaries resulted as follows IHrst ward Second ward L B tho EibRral nominee was endorsed Thir d war Thorn as D Doe Fourth ward GoclcliiTd Fifth ward John Watson TWO WOMEN STABBED TO DEATH A Preacher Mnrflcrs His Father Cremates His StillBorn Horrible Story of Crime FromIreland A DEMOCRATIC STKUGGLE McKinley s Harrison on the f Tariff Ooriusmus There was a siip position that when Democratic Con gressipnal coa veil tlou for tlio Sixteenth Dis trict in session n 1 gh fc i u at ters wo n 1 d be ii armomzeaan da nomination madeidurlng balloting this morn ing This was and tho conyention vhal difficulty pon a ihau to Klnley The first ballot stood Warwick 34 Lewis 7 forty spyontli Warwick itpolc the 57 votes but the attempted to him failed to carryand thevbtelell back motion to adjourn until September 3rd failed to secure a second ahcl called forth cries of showing a determination to hang tpsethernhtii the contest was ended Monot and Warwick were on the fiftyfourth fprmer still holding his and the latter having pulled up r John G Warwick was the seventyfourth Warwick is a native of Ireland is a director in several railroad owner of hundred acres ot mini ng and agricultural Ho was elected LieutenantGovernor with Hoadloyin ON THIS CirxCAGo July The Journa I this even ing publishes a telegram under lisle giving tho text of a letter written by President Harrison in response to an vltation to attend Uie National Grangers Exhibition In it ho says in tariff question is tho most important ol the day and people should bo oughly educated on it As thereis no doubt that the farming element is tho backbone This Government It necessary they should unclerstiirid this question so that they can choose between free1 trade and The free trade questiohis daugorous and If In 1892 it would cause great distress throughout the land ex perionced by tho American A TEXAS BA TTLK Sanguinary Conflict for the Posses sion pi a Town DENVER July i telegram just re ceived by the froai says A pitched battle is In progress hero between two local factions of which claim control of the town They held an election in April and each claimed the elcction their 33oth Mayors and Councils were and tho has had monts One party led by an iri telligcnt Mexican was called flic Peoples other by a Jew named was called the Republican Several fights have i thas ex pected that the trouble would culminate in a bloody fight wiiich took place special The has ceased but both sides hold their ground is impossible out to discover number of wounded The telegraph wires thatihe can bodies froni his office THE WORLDS FAIR SECRETABY i andtho the greatmajority bsb who vf oil in bewig oTe ppopTe i f e pr esery eys j ured mbnts d s f ellv iff i Wheii iv V July Butter worth of Ohio bythe directors Howas Assistant ballotsAwere to Twentythree over ot proseciitc S dieted afy tlieyt started cam p of the PARTS July Francisco Chronicle scene is described as most dramatic when Michel Eyraud and Gabrielle Bompard were brought face to face in tho Hue Tronson Du Condroy where poor GouiTe was murdered Eyraud calmly eyedhis former companion ancl described the strangling to the notary relating to the minutest detail the part each played in the tragedy Ho was remarkably cool and composed Gabrielle who protended at first toAlook with curiosity upon her companion in soon gave way to the horrible fascination ho still exorcised upon her Steugglingagainst this feeling she finally to a pitch of defiance became greatly excited contradicted at various points his state monts and declared his story of the murder to be full offalsehoocls In the main features of the murder both confess their mutual guilt They differ at those points where thoy seek to throw tho burden of blame upon each other Eyraud while pretending to excuse the woman ac cused her most foully while she retorted with bitterassbttions of his criminality In initiating tho crime ami tempting aud finally forcing her to assist him HUBDEUKD BY A PKEACIJER AvQsnuAJiW July Samuel Walker was returning from church late lastj night with Susan Williams ho was waylaid by Rev Dr Maitin and his head split open Jealousy tho cause of the deed Mar shal Fitzgerald in attempting to arrest the murderer wus fired upon and wounded Martin mado his escape TWO WOMEN MURDERED ACCOMAO July a young man ol this place who recently de serted his family for a woman of ill repute fatally wounded his mistress last night as well as another woman who came to her res cue Several women came here recently and located in the woods some distance from town Among them was Belle Archer a pretty whom Wlllett fell in He lived with her peaceably until an other man attracted her attention Last quarreled with her about her paramour on the public road and became so infuriated that hoplunged a knife Into her breast As she turned ho stabbedher againiind again until she sank bleeding to Mahaly WatsouV another of the inmates went to lift onherein d He kept knifing the they lay on the ran down the road with knife inhis handandgavo liim sdlf up The women cannot July detective from police herindnartors was waiting at the station of the Delaware Lackawamia fc the evening express from OsAyogo to come On its ar rival a Fred V Curtis was taken out of tho cab and to the city charged with a most unusual crime His accuser Frank Granish a fellow fireman with whom the prisoner went over the road to Curtis has boon a brakoman on tlio roadfor nine bnt has just been put on aii engine to stokounder tho instructions of Granish This came into the cab with a bundle which ho tossed crrrelessly In the coal in the Ho said nothing about its contents until the train passed Pleasant Bridge a lakeside resort near hero when ho picked it up and remarked that it containedall thatwas left of his1 Fourth of July Curtis 16ft the bundle undisturbed until thbtrain Wasagain in full speed Then ho picked it up unwinding paper wrapper opened it In Granish It held tho body of v wee baby Curtis saldv to his astonished companion that it own and that he was going to have quite a Without further ado ho opened the firebox anddeliberately threw the body Iniontop of tho blazing coals He said he had frequently done the Granish was appalled at ttfc coolness of thoman but Curtis only laughed When the train returned to this city at noon Granish gave informatInnTof tho crime to thepolice whomade thearrest Curtis denies story but as his doliveredofa1 stillborn child on Tuesday Is the police The woman haStwo chndrcnvUvIng July 11 Intclllgeiico has reached here ofa horrible aiTair at Ballyncale JohnHart murdered his mother and chopped the body to pieces When discovered Hart was f pun d lying be side tho remains eating them v BrriMrxcmAM July 1j after noon Alfred Cbopet colored was hanged for murder of Jeff con fessed his guilt neck wns July William John on colored paramour bctavla alias Mary Banks April as hanged neck was not broker and hcjdied of strangulation STOriiiirR OM HIS man stoye Gage wliiclvho collected liis mother be the cause ofhis downfall WITBC A VAVcQUViiinf Edward for the rnurd or He died r this children a girl of She th3housey and percentage eighth prize 100 Cross Division No 4 St Louis percentage1 A special prize to the best division com mander valued at went to A D Nick em Hastinss Mich The First BataUioir prize S4000 Illinois Batallion No 10 First regiment A special prize of to the division traveling the longest distance from home by the shortest railroad route Abbott Divi sion No 12 Fall River Lincoln Division No 15 of Illinois was awarded the for exemplification of ritualistic work before the Supreme Lodge S100 The weeks exercisesclosed tonight with a grand bttnd concert IMPORTANT NEWS FROM ROME The of American Bishops on the Propaganda ST Louis July cablegram to the TFotcm Watchman brings the news from Koine that the Propaganda has di rected the appointment of Bishop Bourdo as Bishop of the combined dioceses of Omaha and Cheyenne The importance of the news arises from the fact that it is an evidence that the Propaganda will not sanction a Roman appointment as against the recom mendation of a congress of American Bish ops On Bishop OConnors death the Bishops of the province were called together and sent three names to Rome from which to choose t a successor It was generally believed that Vicar General Phillip Bradley of St Louis would receive the appointment The bishops will again recommend Braclloy As it is the action shows an unprecedented regard for American bishops recommendations and it is thought indicates that the time for arbia trary government of theAmerican church promotions by the Italian Propaganda is passed The Superintendent Responsible DUNBAK June Coroners jury investigating the recent Hill Farm mine disaster returned a finding Superin tendent Robert Long criminally responsible in causing the deaths of the men The directors alsoadopted an amendment offered by Hon Joseph Mod III of the Chi cago Tribune providing that the citys sub scription to the fair may bo paid in part or whole after the exposition by a transfer to the municipality ofselected such as the hall of iine arts to be permanently preserved THE EDUCATIONAL CONVENTION TOPICS DISCUSSED BY THE VAKIOUS DEPARTMENTS Talks tlio Race and Advocates an Educational Qualification fov Voters ST PAUL July tho afternoon the various departments of the educational convention met for the last lime this year The kindergarten department elected as president for the year Mrs Eudpra HaJlmau of La Porte Ind IT L Jones Pennsylvai nia was elected presidentoi the department on elementary schools The general topic of the high school as a finishing school was considered by the sec bmiaiy education Lee Sellers of Texas and James H Bakerof Col orado read papers on the general topic and others followed on special divisions Thocollege departmentconsidered the question of college administration in the matter of raising the standard of colleges iu general Committee reports were read by the de partment of industrial education and man Lewis S was1 elected Hou Aaron Gove of Denver react a paper before the music department advocating music asa regular part of school workand the placing of it on the sameground witharithmetic and all other branches Judge Gumby of the Louisiana Supremo Court delivered an interesting address to night on the race problem which ho said concerns not only the but the whole It will cot settle itself It must not be let alone It demands grave thought and determined action if wo would solve it by bloodless revolution All the trouble in tho South arises from the political jealousy oC the negro and from the fear of the whites that iiegrb rule will be restored and utterly de stroy the newborn progress of the South The true the race problem on a just basis lies iu a restriction of suffrage and the only just restriction isjn educa tional If the negro were enabled exercise the right of all danger and apprehension of race trouble would cease This apprehension should adopted by the general Govern ment and shouldgive thenegroes means of education to qualify them for tiie burdens and responsibilities of citizenship which the Government placed on them its own Public edu cation is grandest distinc tion ol the American nation and ought to theNational Constitution The press shouldcease to be partisan in the presence ofthis grave1 issue statesmen asldejall temporaryexpedients andadjust the on basis just and fair and safe lib 1 At the last session tonight Professor Baker of Colorado presented the report of the Committee on They favor moral training in public recommend an investigation ofthe White Cross League literature endorse the American Humane Society advocate the teaching of the ethics of education to a limited extent n i ted Commissioner Morgansplans fov schools endorse land grants for colleges and demand a repeal oCvall import duties on booksResolutions regarding spelling re form were a special committee next A Murder the but Is Interrupted at EdwarcrHolt brutally assaulted Bis He next draggedhls from the Ted to his head to aFjelly battle ensued before Twoof the badly in JHad help it was the intension1 fol Holtt6murderJiis mother PEICE FIVE CENTS RACERS ANO RINGSTERS Muldoon Answers Sullivan With a Very Saucy Letter KILRAIM CAN LICK THE CHAMPION A MiddleWeight Knocked Out by a and Salviitor to Meet Again Ball Games YORK July Dispatch Francisco Chronicle McCarthy of Australia arrived in this city from California yesterday Ho will sail on Saturday McCarthy was seen night He said The principal object of my visit to England is to see my old homo and friends While I am there I shall endeavor to got on a match with TolT Wall Ted Prltchard or any other middleweight The fatality which attended the Larne McBirdio fight has iu put an ef fectual stop on lighting in California I think the officials of tho Golden Gate Ath letic Club should have prevented tho fight The men were both under the inflyoncoof liquor and were inexperienced I think that Mitchell ami La Blanche wJIl yet moot If Slavin ever lands on loo McAulitlo with his right the big Californian will havemy A VKTEHAN SMJGQEU DEA1 Nicholas Lanpdon an oldtime ward pfllitican and pri7efighter died yesterday in Bellevue Hospital a complication ot diseases He was 50 years bf ago During his career he had engaged in 141 scraps twelve of which wore prizoflghis and ho was only defeated ontfe Langdon was proud of his prowess Uo helped to train John Morrissey for his fight with Yankee Sullivan at Boston Corners and during tho palmy days of the Tweed ring it was his proud boast thathe had voted more than einht times in one day He made a tour of the with the famous Flora Temple SAUCE FOR Muldoou has written a answering Sullivan in which he call Sullivan a liar and a braggart says Sullivan never paid himfor training him audaco uses him of being an ingrate From tho time thab Cleary and myself wero arrested last Jan uary in this city up to tho time when tho trial was over this great blackguard Sulli van never ollercd one single dollar towards defraying tho expenses of Mr Cleary and myself and it willbe remembered that we wore arrested on ui indictment found against us for being his seconds in the He closes by saying If ho will fight will go on tho other side I will put JSlrain In the ring weighing 205 pounds and I will bet loss time than it win the from him wheivKiJralu went iiitd the ringweighing onlyi78 There would bo plenty of mouoy in such a fight as Ivilrain can get backers for aud Luke Short of Fort a big purse and will tho without interference SbouldVKilrain fail to win and in less time than Sullivan won then I will publicly announcev that I believe I was no assistance to Sullivan in this last one As badly as Sullivan has acted through this whole matter I dont care to see him whipped by a negro and I hopethat he will have the good sense to lot Jackson BY A Glllt SOUTH Sturgesa of this city has knocked out a middleweight pugilist named Tony Cook who claims to be champion of the State Hiss Sturgess It a tall slender prettylooking miss about eighteen years of age and her feat Is tho talk of the town For some days past CooJi has been working for farmer Sturgess Claras father haying The farmer allows his men to drink all the hard ciderthey can stow away and as a result Tony became intoxicated in the afternoon and went to sleep on the farmers front doorstep Mrs Sturgess undertook to drive the slugger His blood was up In minute aud he struck her She screamed and her cries for help were heard by who quickly rushed to her mothers assist ance Sheplclced up a chair and belabored the prizefighter over The chair was broken in a few moments and Cook turned his attentions to the girl and started to thrash her The girls father arrived on the scene and added further to theprize fighters humiliation by giving him a shak ing up Cook was thrown into a wagon and then taken to jail He won several battles fn the ring lately the last not less a week ago wlien he defeated Jim Reynolds of Now Haven A HEAVYWJHGHT KNOCK N July prizefight took place roorning heavyweights Dwyerofthis city and William Dunn of Bayonnc Dwyer was ill not in really good The fight wasa fierce one Dwyer was game be was knocked out the third round OUT BY J NEW ORLEANS July Wilson the English Kid knocked out in eight rouiidsitonight before the Olympic Ciub for a When thecbrbnertarrlvedjtbe sickrbom the premises tuef TTbor almost unrecogr had 3iast to one before July Scotch cutter has beatfcnt for the timtin these v a signal victory for Burgess to d6fcavclttst V years cliampibin and he also wins Sea X It wus aperfect yacatinj the start was away from the badlyhandicapped After rounding showed leadingAvinclward to the The S J In Allin leadiji the hoiu voWng al waysbut i v gap the easy San i
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