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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah THE MOST EXTENSIVE In tho Itocky Mountain UTAHS WEDNESDAY iss iuc to capture a French fired a shot IL hor Th CIRCULATION THAT OP In tiic City tiiriiiMiiiKMBno AT THE RATIONAL CAPITAL A Bill For a Right of Way Across Fort Douglas Reservation POLITICAL CRIMES IN ARKANSAS McCluio the Doino cratB Wirti MxplniciM Conduct at Notes und under orders to European iiuadron She Is a slow garner hut ono of best of the old ysselsiit the navy Ll her assignment to 3uty was juado by Commodore Kamsoy thu thief 01 tho Burca of Navigation consulting n i v mliitcd her as a mat without Intention of depreciating he honor in iwndud to be paid tho of tuc groat Inventor THE CHARGES AGAINST RAOM COOlER REPEATS HIS ALLEGATIONS OF ITitAUD Ho Ts Ready to Prove That tho Commis Klonor IH of Improper oniclal Senate 1rycoodliigs cii i 1J7 M CCneS On tile K8a Wllll Dlir TrIF WnMFN fit M July to Trim Tnllcr foliy Introduced a jill granting rlgiit I to the Iooportori t Vorl Uonplas liapid Transit Com pany iifroHH the Kurt military res ervation rv Props The n Klections today heard by John of Arkansas upon tlio Brfcklnridge rase ludirci Clnro hegiin his urgnmcnl liy ittaeklng riruckinrklKO In reply to statements made by In the record I1 eliargod that had sough i to hi jiri to treat him they had treated Clayton tie ellort wjilrli hf been made to make the people of Arkansas responsible for n scries of crimes sought to wort part of a it caiTled out by politleians who 1 with the purpose to reverse Mie will of the peopio at the polls IMLKNAIKXTNAINS Belkiutp commanding tho naval foreeM on tie Asiatic station has ill formed the Navy Department Mint there Is nn truth in the report that he look posses sion of the Kings palaw at Seoul during Mie recent trouble In and that allhe did on tbo In was lo station troops In the United States logsitlon build ing for the protection of American subjects and property They were withdrawn JIH affairs their usual A IUNSION KM MKS IUKMONT In the House today Vandever In troduced it bill gristing a pension of a year to the widow of lho lateOtmeral John TWIN CITY nt on orders from the Attorney CJoneral to Invostijraio allnsiwl IriTguliirt Mcs In tho census roturns from those eltles AM AUMV PHOtOSlTiriN The President and Sueretary Proetor ary serioufrly n proposlfinn hy smfral promincht army olllcdnft ftft tho of the prtwcnt system of dlyis ion ocirnmaiuls and to have military ftlfalis iidmhilsteroi through In aso the ehaiiKo is made a ii will bo plnoid In command of of the two Important the Atlantic and Pacillc and the Interior Iftpjirliniints will iw iKtHsmanded by Mriga dlerGiMiiriils all of whom report to Seboheid commanding tlm army MKXtCAN WfJITK CAPS Tho of tho Interior received from a conMvman now in Now an oC outrages In that Ter ritory the last few months hy White Cups In the persons of sovera I hundred Mexicans who armod masked and mounted almost nijlhtlv parado tlo country for arontul Las crops houncs and bridges and shooting and Govornor Prltnjo has rjnen ordered to report and troops will probably bo seit to tho afllleted CMANOHS AT SAN VttANCISCO Captain John 0 Watson Is detailed from duty us of thff Hoard of Inspection nnd Hurvoy at San Kriineisco and made Oaptaln of Uio Mvvvo Island Navy Yard vo liovlns Ocinmandor Louis KeinpIV placed on wultliur oidois Commodore John Irwln Is ordered on duty ns senior member of the Hoard of Inspection at Mure Island AN EXHKBKIVS RAGE Vilwr Virginia GentlcinnnTIiiulcs of Iho Ijouisiana Guntlomtin RitKPtwicKSBurin July Han Francisco Chronicle Tho linieulty ponding botweon Major 1 lloraeo Luccy of Wlidoruoss fame and General Juhnl Karly at prosont seems as If it will result In a personal dlllleuUy botweon those two dlstlnsuislxed oxCon federate of fiivjrs Tho trouble mado those two pontlomon oncmios rimins tho yubornatorlul oanvjiss in which Oon eral Miilumo was tho Uopublloan nomlneo t10 canvass Jlabono pnbllsliocl a statement sljjsicf by Laooy to tho olYect that ti a disincr parly Kivon bj Goneral Lee at whiVi Lnoey present General Leo had nald to Lacty that during tho in oaso ioC his death or disability ho would liavo named Gonoral Manono to succeed him In command of tho Uonfortorato forces Tho jlsc stiiloil that General Wade Hamp ton was present tho oc curred but when it was shown General Miimpton ho promptly denied It Liuov has a letter in roply to Kirlv in he Inheriting llttlo tp honorable tiamo 1 can proudly say Iliat formore than throe score years it WHS never lurnislud by tho breath of detraction or even suspicion until tho foul false oharuo of and unnocessary falseliixtd to ouhanco the reputation of a bitter political enemy was mado by this drunken am hoary now waxod Insolent and wanton upon tho bounty of this Louisiana lottery Gifted with a tino uioni ory and abilities Early presents sad of ono who has only the passions until lilce tho vipers they constantly hiss from bis lips Who can look without t shudder of soirow id pixy with contempt and scorn upon that ijretl and bowed form clothed with cursms a garment poxirinjc upon nil ditlor with lilmso ami slander from a heart and mind full of maiioo and all cept whon fuller of ad whisky 1 IMIV told in the ubyssmal depths of his present degradation Karly is as indltToront totlvo of his liquor as the character ofhis asocial os Tho words of General Lee as written down by moon tho day upon which tbiy were uttered wero Among the youns men in tho army of North Vlr clniti 1 think William Miihono dovoloped the est qualities for and com July moved j lhat the House go into Committee of the j the bill appropriating for additional clerical force to curry out tho provisions of the Dependent Pension act Pending thiMmotion lie moved that general debate be limited to two hours Agreed to 114 nays liO Hie previous question was then agreed toyeas nays tho House went lato Committee of tho Whole Dockery criticised the majority of the Committee on Appropriations for nobro portlnjj a bill making appropriations to pay pensions which would granted under tho Dependent Pension bin and intimated that the fdlluro was attrlbntiihle to political reasons Tlie appropriation would nob bo before the November cleeuions Cannon said tho money would bo appro pi hucd and paid just us rapidly as tho pon sion wore Issued i Hockorv charged that the majority was by the startling appropriations nntdo atthe present session for pensions it was Mie intention of tho major ity to bring In an enormous Deficiency bill election SayWs Texas predicted that tho next session of Conjjress would he called upon to appropriate not less than to sup plv deficiencies in tho appropriations for pensions iMiloe thought that before any increase of force wero ftiinlcfl tlio Pension Bureau it should be ascertained whether the charges brought ajjainst the present Commissioner In the rosnlistion offered by Cooper wore true Cooper said that he was ready to prove before a competent committee that tho Commissioner of Pensions outrageously sold out a ruling on helm If of a firm of pen sion attorneys in Washington If the Corn misslonor of Pensions wmild devote his time to the discharge of the duties of tho Bureau Instead of becoming president and chief manager of a Institution based possibly on no founda tion thcta would be no necessity for a con slderiibfe number of dorks Cannon said lie did not know until last Friday that Cooper had introdueed an in vrjslilgatlon resolution IT intioduced such a resolution and a hearing was In progress he would wait until the homing wns ertrnpluted fiooper replied that Iho Committoo on afler luiarjiig his statement ad journccl to moot last Monday but It did not taecd to inquiry because tho gen from Illinois Otinnoti and other absented thomsnlvtw said ho had been absorb Monday for tho first time In eighteen years Tho fSaKeiuoss would soom to show ananxlnty In tho rnlgnt he that tho administration of tho was oorrupt If it be cor rupt lot It Lie shown Krom an acquaint anee of twenty yonrs with Green irnm his honorable career in responsible positions held by him for years in tho Treas ury Department and bis uniform jjoad char all those thhiKs ho would say that if it should bo truo that in theselast days he had fallen under temptation It was a rare CIIHO and for one he would nob con demn him until proof was shown MoKinlcy nald owinw to serious illness 1n his family ho had not been prosont jibtho meeting oftho Committee on linlos to which Cooper alluded So far as tho lioii was concerned if any gcntlcrnanwonld rise and chiirgo iriTgnlaritiiM or norruption or dlshonestyor unfair on tho part of the Commissioner that would bO siitllolonb reason for himto glvo his vote for an Invos tl gabion Cannon said ho did not go so far ao tho gentleman from Ohio A chiifgo on part of a member of Congross wlio fre quently did not weigh his words of malad ministration against an ofllco was noi sultlOiont to the Houso to ordor an invostigatlon It a specific charge for which tho Representative in ado He must state such facts and circumstances as would satisfy tho Houso lluit ought to be mado j Honk offered anunienclniont pro vkllng uluit personsomployod under this bill apportioned among the Congressional tho several Statesancl Torrltor les not now having their quota of employees under tho existing law Kuled out on point of ordor During a colloquy between Cannon and llouk conuoinlng tho Civil yprviob law i considerable xvartnth of oxpios 1 lOinally tho committee passed the bill and the House Senate IHJWASiitNOTON July Sherman reported a substitute for introduced by him on thcrfHh of May to re j of United Statesbonds to bo required of banks und to restore to trio ehannols of trade sive accumulation of lawful money In tho Treasury It provides that tlucompulsory requirement deposit of United States bonds with thoTroasurer of the Uuited States by National limited in amount to of bonds for each bank provides that the voluntary withdrawal of bonds for the i retirement of National bonk notes shall not i three millions in any month and also provided that tho act shall not apply to deposits of bonds to secure deposits of pub lic money providing that National i hanks shall be entitled to receive ciroulat notes not exceeding the wholesamount of value of bonds deposited no timp Ihototal amount of such exceed the amount of capital stock Pjiid Tho resumed Sundry Appropriation fur lands tlni committee recominending crbaso Without disposing amendment the Senate Conduct of tho Vicj tims Might Have Saved Themselves Hundred Kegs of Powj dor Million Dollar Fire Casualties XV An AlViCan Railway ERICSSONS A SecondClass Vessel Not Good IJlnough for the Inventor WASHINGTON July THUIUNE Dispatch Francisco Clnonicte Series friends of iho iufco fti nious declared their dlasat vtsf action at of United ptates steamer Essex co carry bis body to Sweden the Secretary of tbc Navy v 311 order one of the new and large cruisers to W nsfid for the purpose Siin Chronicle Scries niander 11 lias written nnv iiVtiole which appear on Wednesday fxexV advocating tlio construction oila rail way from Sierra Leono the west coast of Africa tn the NMle lie argues would cost money than was roqHived to completetho Ooiilral VacHie in Amerlcn nbr would1 its eonstnictioh involve difHcnlty oy the tcrlsMcsoftheVbountry dortakfng would bo of slight comparison uefoiuplishpcTr and pvojoctcd engineering world of opbiixiion tho road woiiUUiirove of iitxiaUuhtbio value in opening to clvtllxatjon a vast productive area of AfricaVitvpresont Dies j ln last n LAKE July lake shore was made to reverberate this morning with tho thunder of dynamite which was brought into requisition in hopes that Jb would be of help in bringing some of the covered bodies to the Tlio cpuntry people who drove In from all directions yesterday were again on hand and residents wore also there at an early hour watehjng the workers A military guard was kept up all night at the beach arid they kept back tlie spectators to day as they had doneyesterday The smiling sky in no way reminded one of the groat horror that bad come upon this whole section ofthe State de veloped along the lake shore no more bodies having boon recovered up to noon It is probable that no more bodies will bo found for two or three days and the hope at Lake 01 ty is that there arc upt over a dozen more in tho lake but at liedWing tho number is placed at two or that number Captain AVotheion who has not been seen here since yesterday noon told the citizens of ied Wing that the number on board at the tirny of the disasterwould not exceed 170 A Hod Wing mail denied the Captains figures as over thirty below tho truth and accused both the Captain and the crew of being drunk and unfit to have charge of the boat at such a time There is no proof n state oC affairs There woro thosoou tho barge among the passengers who had been drinking and whose actions drove women and children do tho cabin This fautmiay be tho ground for tho rumor Another rumor that caused great indig nation accused ordering the cabin cloorlockedandkeeping the people Inside would bo natural for the Captain to do as it was in tensely dark the rain and made it extremely rlisagrooablo to re main on the barge the other hand the engineer says tho Captain thought the barge safer steamer and sent an order down cabin for andchild ren to go on the barge Insteadof carrying tho order the trnaii told them to stay irr the cabin lock the which they did Previous to that the most of women left the barge forthe steamer tell ing the engineer thata party oC menon the bargeware drunk and bad been acting In an objectionable manuei1 and Id not stay there Whether these bo the facts or not it Is certain that the doors woroshiif if not when tho rescuers steamer andcycjrythiiig indicatedthat they had been closed throughout tjie THE CAVTAINS CONDUCT Judge Bayrell otArgyle who Ayas on boat gives positive evidence against the dmrgoof drunkenness Ho says tho taiivwas not only sober but was fully con scious of the presence ofthe storm although not fully appreciating its gravity The captain walked through cabin calm tlie cixoiVed1 passengers toil tljomlio did not thing tliere was nny dun gor but ifany wishedto do so they could put on life preservers and prepare for the worst possibility Afew minutes1 later he once morn made the same suggestion Tho charge against the crew1 probably originated in tho some of the drunken passengers on thebarsre Seeing tho sovorifcyof thestorm the cap tain wished those who wero on tho the mercy oL the wind rain and to seek refuge in the cabin tint later be con sidered tho barge place anil ordered the women and children to remain there His order at seems to tbo case MIGHT HAVE KSOAPflD Lawyer GreriroC Lake City Velieyed that if tho people had of the lake rmmy could have escaped and cites the Harry Young Maboy was onboard the Sea when sho dtiftcd axoiind below tho she grounded for a short time on Knowing the water thoro was shallow he jumped overboard aud reached the land easily that bar tho steamer drifted along the fortyor fifty yards out All bottom slopesvery gradually so probably have oseapedto the shore known this fact This evening aCoroners jury assembled and wore about to begin artInqusfc when County Attorney Wilson saidthat utes1 provide that the Corpner in quest only where there aremarks of violence on thebody As there in the present ease no inquest could be heTd He that taking into consideration tlio frame of mind thdcom mu liity is advisablehot to an inquest avqii cpujd assured tlie jurymenas that ths before the grand at once and a rigid investigation bo bad The juryacted on Cor them This evening one found that of Kitta aged 18 A Cartridge Works have buildings on both sides along railroad winre the explosion occurred On the south side the ditstimc tioiL was enormous There arc a number of occupied by workmen of the pow der company ancf situated nlose to the track These were shuttered bythe ex plosion and their inmates injured Twelve or fifteen girlsat workflri the cartridge fac crippled by the explosion A railway freight house belonging to the Lit tle Miami Railroad together with all the adjacent buildings were set on fire and totally consumed ties of the railroad arc torn up and a great hole ploughed in the ground The Peters curt rid w factory turned to the ground and nothing but a mass of blackened smolder ing to mark the spot where the building stood As soon us the news reached this city a relief train was dispatched to the scene of the disaster with Superintendent Peters mrda largo party of surgeons on board and relief was afforded the sufferers as soon as possible The work of searching for the missing and caring for the wounded is now progressing The tufcQ of the explosion demolished all the ivJres in the vicinity and it was Impossi ble togot any news from there until mid night w lien a delayed Pun fTrrnrilo train arrived Even then tho not say much as everything iL Mills was in too a i when they left to irvru about actual stai1 They describe the scene in tin of the explosion as awful and buildings for bunclrods of foci directions from the explosion fishing schooner Frenchman pot PRICE FIVE CJEKTS COLORADO SEISATION Idaho and Wyoming Preparing for State Governments is could i Kings IDAHOS REPUBLICAN GONYEHTI MTmi Diiliois is Not n Candli ciittti State Klcctioii Tennessee Democrats Knclorse Olevertuul autl Denounce the liepublicans away however but there is tremendous ex enemonl Tho British warships have sud donly left Halifax onph vicinity s tifes in all wrecked The cartridge factory was literally demol ished by the explosion and a fire from its combustible contents completed the work of destruction About girlsare thousht to have been afrwork factory at the time of the and most of thorn are thought to bebadly passengers who arrived oa the tivain saythat ten por sons Averc killed and that it is possible that more bodies are iir the debris J of the Adams Ex press Company has insf arrived from tho scene Mo says that when ho passed Kinds Mill station at it was asbiisht as day all Evqrythin combustible was burning and tlie people every wherefor a great distance around fighting the fire the Little Mi anil road had informationthat there were three families Ina 11 title cottage near tho placo of explosion and that six hoursdiligent search had failed to find anytrace of that all w as confusion thereitncl such a thine as ascertaining names was nextto impossible The Goratse ST PAuu people today visited at Lake Tlie search for the bodies of missin victims yet resulted All id ay today searchiSiSwere scour ing fclio woods and swarnps and dredging no trace can be fou rid the with two or three are doing well1 and are the best of medical that residerl in the path of lho storm were left destitute and appeal pubUo for aid Million Fire seven story Warehouse bonipaiiy on nnoy owned 15y entirely destroyed by Qre togotherVifch tha con loss neavly i posed to have btien1 caused by spontaneous WW one of the an were rcsr cued means of ladders from tho fourth were almost focated by the smoke Threo stories of a stone building on the north sideof tlie ware house woro occnpied as a by a number of Jewish families It was crushed flat by the falling No one was injured A Ciiineae Bible Glass July Francisco the Mongolians of 1liiscify have been devout members of the First BaptistOhiirch for some They have been tho a whole Sunday school class bC laundry men have been under the charge of Miss Hattio Morris Miss had grown a little suspicious of her flock horfltilet way did a libtlp dotective work and the result was th at last nighti she put the police ohto her bible class playing a quiet game of fantan and smoking opium incourt this monving the bible class was heavily fined while Miss Morris stood by andjiaided New Yorks Nexv Aquednct YORK Dispatch Franjeisco tiveiminion of on its way to Central Park reservoir from Crobon net Gliiof Engi n started the There was 110 fuss about the opening of what isnow the uiaiikiibleexamples oi engineering the T h ej aq u is someiwh a b over thirtythree nnles Inround fig ures it comlploted havo beeiii usedi in its construcbioni of tlio new aqueduct is gallons a all is ageCapacity Tvilibe about gallons It hits takon liyeyearsito com pi ete the Harlem river takes a Atjthis point itiis 307 feet below Aluniiniujii Sixtysix Victims Interred at Red bodies in tiiis Jplacebf claim1 their andlook for the abseut vVil day gpsb hear baches i storeroom b u t on 6 of t h e f am ily the cdOnos t j ing carried to 4QOdS and earth as sir ikes mourners their grief ternune the tensileand the of thev begun at testis were private1 Th8 4ri excess 6f any thihg 6600 su 1 e 1 ls tpf BOISE Crrr Idaho July to Republican State Commit too met in this city today ExDelegate PnboLs chairman arrived from Washing ton last evening and iret with tho commit tee About 100 leading Republicans from all sections were in attendance Tlio most prominent among tho members present were Judge Willis Sweet W H Savidgo B Heyburn Governor Shonp exChiefJustice Morgan C M Hays and Judge Milton Kelly Ait inform ill meeting was held this morn ing Mr Dubois stated that ho was not a candidate for any position thathobadhecn paid fully in advance for his services to the State but Attorney Savidgc expressed Ihc sentiments of ail the Republicans present wheli ho declared that Dubois was the choice of the people for tho highest office in the gift the State and that the State would bo extremelyunfortunate if it failed to honor him with such an election ASbate convention consisting of 110 dele gates will be heId at this place August20th All State and district officers will be nomi nated at the same time Most favorablo reports amreectved from all sections of the Slato and Republican success seems fully assured WYOMINGS STATE ELECTION CHEYENNE July to Warren has called the first State election for September 11 th TITO TENNESSEE TOSMOCUATS July Democratic Statcvconveution for the nomination of Governor met bore today Hon W VV Baptist was ciiosen tempornry chairman and Hon J B lii chard son mem ber of Congress from district to be permanent chairman The usual com mittees wore appointed and arecess taken At the afternoon session a platform was adopted Itendorses the administration of Orover Cleveland denouncesthe McKinloy bill demands the free coinageof silver de nounces tho importation of pauper labor condemns the Republican party discrimina tion airainsi the agricultural interests for revolutionary methods in legislation to perpetuate Its poNver for a reckless squandering of public money for party purpose for corrupting the American fran for efforts to foment sectional strife to pass aFederal Election bill designed to conflict between the races uvtlie South for disregard of the will in duly elected Democrats One ballot was taken for Governor and a recesshad THE BLOW YESTERDAY A Wall of tlie OperaHouse Tipped Over Wrecked A few minutes past five last evening strong windbleAV for a few niinntes over the city Striking the tall walljustback o the stage in the Grand Opera House ruins if forced it to fall north ward In to the where the storageroom was formerly lo eated This up was solid but altorward a large archwas cu t center extending from the stage upward about twenty feet Thisof course weak wall and standing there asit was after the props braces or side supports ittookbut little to throw itdown Itsfalling leavestheside a danger ous be looked after at once The falling of a portion of the wall on the east side came near killing Uncle Robert Walker reside in the located within a few feet of the Opera House walls Mr and had lustpassed out of their kitchen into the other part of thehouse when several tons of brick crushedupon thekitchen roof carrying it iclown and making a complete wreck of tbo kitchen in and were too much excited when seen by the reporter to give any idea of their not great and yet were very thankful athaving escaped that would certainly have come them if they hadremained in tlie kitchen i a minute SHOW Yesterday about 5 oclock the northern part of the city was envelopediua cloud of dust caused by the sudden appear of a smallsixeu cyclone from the southwest All sorts air and fled from the streets with lasted but a moment the dust had settled Dearth if was many articles had about In the of the ofDetroi tf Mi chJgan w as the tent just been raised busi The lifted i t into the air and it scattered aboutqver cages con taining the There were1 in the teht at the straugo none Syore one of the s Elder 9 oclock coirnty nd dele gationsif Everybgdy in order the n South i w w con fteditiorj OTl M inA li f a jpouple of7 tnen Hvho the Xip ru an tliGl h alting THE SPOUTING RECORD Butte Defeated By Salt Knees MONMOLTTII pAltK July j of a won second Tipj third Time 1 Threefourths of a mile Atlantic Stnkos twoyea rold SaMio Iilcrleliaiid won Fairy svcoml Time Maisdicap won Blackburn third Tinio Mile and tin won Kne sicond Montague third Time 1 won Guy Gray second Flitter third ttrown won litzjames second Grimaldi third Time AT WASIilNttTOX PA1JK WAsiUNfiTONPAIUC July won Kingliko sec ond Timo Threeyearolds and upwards mile nnd a in y re won second Bonnie King third Timo Qmckstcp stakes half Liiula won Foivrunner second Annie Elizabeth third Timo Threeyoaroids and upwards mile nnd won Martin liussel second Kli third Time All ages won Santaleno second Ballishoo third Time Mysterious Bcalh of a Wealthy Fort Collins merchant j HIS WIFEHAD A HANDSOME LOYEft Tltc and Hr New Husband ArrosUMl for Wyoming Woman sx Rec ord of Crime Twelve to Five at Butte BTJTTIJ July Special to here today Salt Lake BnUp f Jeono and Lloyd Burns and Khby The Players Brotherhood Tho lociil Brotherhood tonm easily defeated Chicago this ifttrnoon A ttemhince 3100 0 r 0 3 0 0 0 08 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 Philiulclphiu 12 Chicago P Errors IhihiHnmhia 0 Chicngo Siuidors and MilliRiur King Farrell Lm iliitthews and Loiich KJIOOKUYX Tho Brooklyn Brotherhood club warned Pitts bur todiiy from good Attundnnce JOO Brooklyn i 0 0 2 11 2 07 PiUsbiirp 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 12 Brooklvn 11 5 Errors Brooklyn PiUsburK loriesNan HaltriMi and Daily Slanloy and Carroll Um Ferguson and llolbevi YORK loutil Brotherhood club was nsain boaten by its Cleveland brothers Attomiine NoAvYork 0 0 1 1 0 25 Cleveland 4001001 0 imsXow York 8 Cleveland 10 Krrow Now York 3 Cleveland 4 KaUcwsO and Kwing SutchuV Knight and Jones BOSTON Buffalos Brotherhood Club were presenfed with the in the lirst inning on bulls and rooky fielding did the business Attendance Boston 0 tt 0 30 20 0 1200000 012 HitsBoston 5 Buffalo 13 Krrors1 Joston 5 BunRlo Guinbert and Buckley and Mnok and Sheridan to bnt Attoud The National THILADEUIIHA The PiUsburg clubs innbilit Dny lost ihcm the game this afternoon mice 2100 n 3500 0 00 08 y 0 0 Q 0 Q T4 13 Pittsbiirg R Phihulilnhia 2 Pittsburg Colemui and Ucckcr McOormott NKW YORK Tho League game today between New York nun Cincinnati resulted in in asy victory for ihc home 1000 New York 0320021 07 0 0 0 Q 0 0 1 8 Krrors New York 1 Cincinnati S BatteriesWelch and Buckley Ehines and Harrington McQuaid BOSTOX Toclnys League game wns ft shiggiug inatch Boston won through Wndswonhs wildncss Attendance 1600 t Oo 0 2 0 1 5M 15 Cleveland U Errors Boston 4 Cleveland 2 BatteriesGctxein and Bennett Wads worth and Zimmor Umpire Powers BROOKLYN TheLcftEiie chibs had gninc tliis after noon Chicago winning Attendance 1500 Ghiciieo 3 04 0 0 212 0 0 0 02 1 36 Brooklyn 10 Chionpo 5 Brooklyn 3 BatterieslTntelHiison nlid Kittrcdgc Cnrnthers Terry nnd Clarke The American Association CpLUMHUS St Toledo Syracuse ST LOUIS 0 The Western Association St Paul f Denver 10 XT XiA n nf Jt wtJ i n Aifi vi n Geese Thut Cost One of Senator Mitchells first bc cainefamqus in qregon as the A poor German owned four geese which were a wealthy but nnscrupulous citizen Tho retniaed Mitpbcll and tlie wealthy man employed Laundelet The claimed 820 the rich man by perjuring hiinsolf verdict in his fwvor The German1 was in despair but Sciuitor Mitchell of the rich defendant advised his client u take a back seat in the leading saloon of the place that nMili to see if the mnivwouUl not nokiiowl hadshot in the and if he did to note their v he thought The rich man made aniRht of it and victory by treatinghis friends Me told them that he had shot the but Fawyerof a Mitchell coniajrt prove this Mitchell a new trial and won the case The rich man carried it to the Mitchell again won that the mm had to pay Kccse of S4S fo the costs The geese thuscost S1U5 apiece DKSVKU July Ppooial to FrnnU Wellinjjton E A very woro mnrrion just ono month yestor day when their hoiioymooiv was suddenly brought to a termination hy a Coroners quost which resulted in being sworn thorn with murder Three years ago W K A very and Wel lington wovo in piirtnorsliip it Fort ollins Wellington was a handsome young fellow and A very being of a iory disposi tion they soon had words over Wel lingtons attentions to his wife and a disso lution of partnership wis the resultGossip iiad already unfavorably connected Wei lington and Mrs A very s name tosrethor and a consoquonco Mrs loft her husband and to Denver whore sbe received frequent calls from Wellington Avory and liis wife howover soon parched up tlie matter and she to live with him at Fort Collins About tho lirst of May Avory was taken ill and after lingering throo wpflks Juno 2nd leaving i very hnndnome of 000 A few days after the funeral Mrs Avery came to Denver ostensibly to transact some business oonuoctcd with the estate Here siie met Wellington and two immediately loft here for Hastings Nebraska where they wero miirried on Juno 14th just twelve days after A death She returned to Fort Collins soon after this but kept her nmrriace secret for some time As soon as it was made public suspicions became aroused that Avorys doatb was tho result of arsenical poisioning and F C Avery a brother of tho deceased came on from Syracuse New York had tho body of his brother taken up and the stomach ex amined by a chemist who failed to discover any traces of poison Tlie matter was then dropped until yes tcrdny when the brother thinking that he had discovered sutliciont evidence ordered a Coroners which wus held afc Collins A number of witnesses wero amincd on both sides among which wero several physicians part of whom testified that th o aoh h ad every ind Icatipn of having contained arsenic and that tho manner in which he died would also lead death was fromfclvrsy Otherstestified lx tlie and late in the ovonlng tbe jury returned sealed verdict Warrants wore then sworn out for thear rest of F W Mrs Wellington and Dollie Wellington a sister of charging tham with the murder of Avery Pearl Avery the daughter of Mrs Well ingtou was detained as a witness Thoy emphatically denied that Mri Avery died from poisoning and that there was any con spiracy connected with his death They wero all taken to Fort Collins tonight and their examination will bo held tomor row Wellingtons father was one of the leading ministers of Colorado and because of the high position all tho parties held affair has created the greatest excitement A PBEPKR WINCED t CHKYUNNE July 15 Special to At Casper last evening Mrs Coallsr the younsr and hansomo w5fo ftf merchant took a shot ata peeping Tom She turned loose on the follow withher has bands sixshooter and it is he was winged NEOKOKS SHOT night twentyfive colored laborers left llottners plantarion near Oak Ridge to make their way into Thejy pursued by a party gathered by Heffnerand found tliis morning in the woods After a parley they agreed to return but when the posse went forward some shots were fired Tlio posse returned the fire and live negroes were killed Much indication prevails among the plantejs on account of the jjing away of colored help whom tbey brought here from North Carolina1 at much expense A POUTH CnjinrJiSTON S July 15 riot isu ported near JJarnwell Threo hundred negroes are said to One negro was Jtiiled usgoue from neighboring towns NORTH CAROLINA N of Robinson county hunting for a fiend of Jack the Ripper nature named Wnrrl He wnnj enamored of Mary a handsome of ing her with Lier fiance nanied Craw ford ho ordered letter to himself As Crawford Vs armed he went but stopped i A clamp of bushes Mary walk to church wish Ward and he raxor cut her throat and then beheaded her Crawford darediiot as fiOpri as Ward disappear edi hiustened to Unvn and gayeabe alarm Ward has not been caught yet A A Man Toni to P iecps by a BaH of Vinalhayen to tiaxe stone brought to re of te if 3c the largestand sJinglb piece of solid that eyer stood soiar afi any rftooird siderably exceeds any of the Egyptian obe vhlili brought to AlexandTia by to 105 fs ti af js 115 alforat the lltJsAinderstopd v that iju arri ed S th Isl 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