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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah lISIHElJWORilIELAflBi Harrison Signs the Silier Bill and One EYEr MR WINDOM JS 6RATIF1EO Now that fio Always a Blmettllist Silver of l Notes LAKE BUJIZAU 617 Street 4 D July14 1830 TheSilvor bill lias a la5t staRparot tho progress tovards thoend wire rapid and satisfactory vThe hour of Congress thlw afternoon wltnonsefl of tho of Speaker President o iM momentslater Chalr on his way Jo White House lth tho hill itself At 3oclock While your uorrosponderit iws talking to Son a torStow art the whispered anuourioo WienV was made that tho had boon wJthJas nrucli practical wisdom v lOuiffproflKti marlcet for broadstufPsgrcws uM3OWcr Groat i ja exerting every to secure her bread supply from India ami the rapidexpansion of the wheat area Bosnia powerful competition in ninrkets of Europe becomes orei ore to wsp every opportunity forf ex tiyilona of our markets on Ameirfcriri e linerit nearly i tugar pur market every ycarT should prove ourselves the iod legislators If we dp aIarjcb I for and provisions The inorican republics proved existence common up whore the i Miatlbmilconference left Out field trrnhi6rcial development and progress TiriS NEW SILVER NpriCS V and Windpm hi ivtsapproved the new Treasury the litly prepared Engrav frlritlngln anticipation of the puss qf the bill Thosti foUows One loll a iv two dollars dollars one thousand dollars engineering in palitornia havb ttQd the t 1 ng fch e river ami h arboir ini pro yeni en ts In piiifStato year and complete GoodTV exclaimed StewaW half Jrpm hlschnin and Good jvill bo thovor djfttof the country j I want tu repuaV sale Senator Stewart tho bill itself will bo more satisfao torylu Its than mrtur of its artvo It wiJi inn Ice Opngrcss nitri a freo coinage man iofbro it has flnislietl Its ittlsslonary work It oautj bo porvetled Of twiscucl into oi silver ns a club an hn frioncliy Srimotary of tho Trortury pan tlif progrosH of the movement towards fwft coinage whioh Is sure to como Vce has boon aooompUBhod iiiroaciy byjo natq discussion and 1 most Influontlaland la TUB pioneer in missionary work can scntpo Congress with a comb today andcat find an avowod radical when tho effects olHtip lawmake themselves maulfost i jrcsldcat Harrison fools greatly relieyocl I hnppen to know thathad silver legislation failed he intended to d 1 Sccrbtticy of tlin Tibasury to Increase tno chaseof sllvpr to tho mjwdmura TIls for this passage of abill which nlibulcJ i an end grounds could piqcipltatea alarm Tri Easternmonetary cirolos i OOo Napa year and plojo OaklHiid or thb year SfiOflOQO aiid to 000 oH San Fjanois6bV San and Sill tor ran RIoi rairj OOOd in of arui San Joacjuin cnto ancLtbo6tnplple 100 San Stockton and iiion slougli for line year Dtitd anci Woatiher jlyevs lor the year 00 PutahuYuvcrbek for tlieybar liumbolt the year Complete Te JPresidont this issued a oidor of the of aiid the flag displayed at on all H buildings of after the twebn and Evati bur 1 iiha 1 Aotoiu W111 IViakG Ho li a Lewies powers in thab yoars theBattcry agaUistJ tho again latter Quld Actpii tho little sihor trnin tofaporod cxpresslou of by cxobutlvo W iritibm prof OS309 Wmsolf fleU with the very Tho skeleton which remains Is not bOiiutlfiC to look upon butli Jp Inrsomo sinftll seiirte his There will bo tHIontos but with coin tbntlor Sliver party cheers for ttic How Its Senators and togothor fought agnlnsrstuUVorn Vosistanob and moniod party dissensions and attomniod caudus manipulations They have nmclo tticlr power and that of their section felt foi ftll They will bo sought for futiuo not Invited at tho last momont to givo tiiolr to plans already acioptod have made It forever JmpbsHiblo iforjifny party to cllmlnato them la fiir a of factors essential to snoops AiulWtion Idaho and heard Iroiri Wostoru votes will bo to the illustrious roll v ON July Prcni Fryo today received a loiter fjioto Blalno in which tho latter to tho proscdptlvo clutlosiuipOibd Spain upon American flour enteritis Cuba Those make the cost In the Cijaan at least SUM per bancl shippins pdeo in York at Of Amorloan grqwh nVo iikowtsc taxed to pjolilbltion i I TKls pupsldod says Mwlll seriously whioh are still in Amovioan Inrgoly 1C not wQuld cur taiuly a very policy an of our Government tinb to open ovii market uithdttti of duty to thoenormous crojis ralsocl two Spanisji JiUuads ofCuba aiid Costa Rica biz ish iiift tin i tod States with oafly dr sosav wo Car largcrcbusumors thaii Spanish at inotuoni whon Spain is oxpJwl the product of the market would bo unprer us it bb uuwiso they AnuMican India ibeent in a niost unsatisfactory bliib and Selena Drving raltisot Inat the of the flfthyraoo Naro ceoond 1 Briindbiotto socond Longlight Twoyearolds A Gonoral Guld wfU third Time v Ttirooyearoltis a Mpuita Hardy thl Id rv All vii lie and won Longstaot secqud Muvchmuv The PlaycrsV Brotherhood Tho CMougo Brotlierhootl nirio to 0 0 ii 5 7 34 Tho Now York Brotiiarhobd tciuns put up ft spUitlcsSgnmo Attend 0 0 1 0 0 CKivolnnd 5 Vow Yofk U Grubcr aiid debatecK forithrec our shitll be in oi Senator to move that thereof uufier the bo 1 if shouldcease at the Vend pf ter Jt ia pne present was in of the method of v to ebiivmitteel Aripther Seniitor uyas liraetically adop tt al is diiei to a dispo sitionon v thp postr po no D litti ng i t In to o peratioii th o necessity its ihten tion Qf the hb to consider the atchissession If neces3ary the wilihe applied tb the reach it SHORT HOims AND s6BRIEiY John Btirns Says v Does in Not Ijead to DissipatiOTi Francisco OTironteZe the recent horo chajlenged men t th at wbrktbpn iriteniperato by the con trovery that p ancollor Gciscbori had said areducitioniin the hpiirs of labor of ing babifc Gompors and sot a donialbJ retter inroply in The Oh an pX Expheqii er say the of hours of of ythevdock London en ness iiind ciease inthd the doolc laborers askcd those whpi to knpw higher uni was i workers of who have betteivwagesyare than thoy abstainer self uation betting a i ri o n g t h e r n cl u e i n u p ilinVeas u re th e9 fact that tlioir Man Tijlctt have in bettins eiunity isa we ask uotlon of thp uien to in coinforts has Incrbased ibrpughtbe grbwtihof i JpCJiiu In elsbiVere the ilfour increased the1 Workers i VICTIMIZED KIDS i days Sattird flf SIXTYEIGHT DEAD BliBIES RECOVERED Thrillin F urious S of ijist xjf prills vessel a rid the greatjloss ol life un so kept out of sight didsee him imperfect statements from he did not consider tho danger very great1 and thought a break iu a clearing away the storm I nGtweirtiakeii people In Ttbis sky was blaickwith most kind of clouds and that it was clearly evident that a1 very heavy storm was break His btiier such thesemay be atthe manager of the excursion whose profits wjould bo cub down by any iCthe departure of boat wits so IiiJ his upon captaip yielded andrtook the boatout to her destruction ANOTHER ACCOUNT by bcautiiulClUTs Peplhs uaniffled surf iee little gglel with aiid ot the lake thatVagcd off night Wilih scarcely a note of warning there burst this V the knowii in its lire greater tliat recoyered wli en th fci uued excursionists from WTiiB to cainp ID f the me i i tlie oomi ng a Oaptailri y among hbjpbst would Wt thoVliikc in u n drbdf passpri gers wh ichisWli passyAirbund seized hold ibf 3th e stnrggl ing into yy7 and istsihad drifte v rwli I rtnt have bbbri wbr iyflOO fipt soatlv of the f on rstviick cbu utry val up of the the boys a Gbibradbnianto of pxirbh aser Jfi for iri iroegqld later assays per lias beeri bfTorts Claims shoulcl ThojirobklVn IJrothprhopd club won today by n lucky buncldug of hiti iu tho ilrst iiniiug At lucky aspogato balance of tito LatlnAjperican nations is hoaAjij single wjll picked ui The Fury of the Storm and tho Work De tails of steamer disaster on this moaning as follows opposite the boat the tho Vkept on their The gale in bbatibpntinuod up the flfteen1 niinuteswas ait its bight 1 near ttie about two steamer at ho thb waves wliiclv were wash cut steamer fidrlfir in number ofthose on the the water arid swam fr floated again in deeb water those on asit was carriedhelpless out lakei arid being tossed aboitt on the raging Thcy a to see the steamer capsize carrying cargo people Those on the bdrgb remained there were drifted near the shore and ashore flfty peopleon the barge the remainder the steanipr steanier af terit separated1 fro in the bargo are iriost clearly related1 by ithosewho were rescued As tlio stprrri progress of the Captain instructions to run terrible of uunutes and yesterday morniug ing behind when One strolled II a h ailstpnes came nion t h h eads of tihe orithe deck d deiily a h ugpw ave str iick th e craft at i same moment th afc i iifib v of Thetefrible f brce the tlieicraf tsetyedVtbvbbflbiiting upon begun body cif breatli of lifej rn i assanltlto rob and assaultto v1V yed no Wi been riije toteli battlp Wilfih just li er body jand rOjCoyery is v the sou of an of an pver Hii j ust 3n itim allVinmdiffpre Uiirt pf ip tti ictOTy v Jj publiuatipri day npon in Mi oil no I C u inmi riss irig oY cpuunuh i jatio romiMJf i arlcjw aSrpart ii W s VV V i Prompt nHcJ tlmclyhitting Cincinnati York today OWT o Iu gala or has expended this rase ot Europe Youcan tho result would tiVrlu fov thp freo udiuisdion purinarkots wo would aOmission of oortain In tho Brazilian as laro from the tlclesof aiothe bodies neaps of boards will e B staples Boards und ironipu tweji tyfi yfeitQiatiof ijiro was i torn residence twisted and deposited fifty yards the edge of the water Is ered withturf lifted ironi a Strewn all about are pieces tf fniture boojrsand stoves wells and cellars filled to the top with building and in SchuriiHMers cellar lie the remains of i horsorThe grpaiids about these houses have the appearance from a hay ing been gone over with it plow l r At Lake Gervaise the dead and missing Peter Moiseni Copra Miller Dr Sbaefovof Texas Mrs H Tlio sights about Lake Wrp iiwf ul The sites tho Good1 and cottagcis1 were marked only by their the ground for iii acrfi or in ore is strewn with debris of all cellarof Schurnioiers house1is a driyo with Uventy feet of castiron pipe which while on the shores of the fully 100 feet1 isn whiclvfornierly stood iii tho parlor pf the obttage AHuge trees sonic of th em three tbbt ijidiarneter had beenlirokon off close to tli b grbu ud and i scattered about in all direction withoiit grpundand firti clesiof wearhig treesaudbush1esiharf i S In lako sh a ana boards sticking like1 aifielcl of AH along toyadnals ho uses have been n ore ess Vd an pit the others ai the building battled in a coruor nieiv and theother Suddenly While one covered desk see wJi at waswan ted Open the safe Illkill said Si seized a club arid pulled trigKor JSlt uiu clerk tbd v officers arnis and was knockef captured the prJs years1 Chicago Ho was
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