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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE MOST EXTENSIVE In tho Kooky mountain CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT In tlio City Combined VOL 185 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY MOKINXSTG JULY 17 1890 PRICE FIVE CENTS THE DAY AT THE CAPITA WTJTI x t ji rs IL fi Why Blaine Withholds the Bchrsng I o a report and decision on original litigation Frank McGuiro of rfonlvcd a wooden box con taining lifty bnukv of whisky each bottle In a pasteboard box and sold a number of theso bottles and Judga Kostor holds fhfitln onoTiintf ihu wooden box he broke Sea Correspondence AN IMPORTANT KOTE TO SALISBURY Fryes Keply to tho Important Land PostmaNtorfl Appointed Per Day Cannon Figures Out a Surplus ibr A SUGAH TKUST THE BUCKEYE REPUBLICANS July San Im portant statement was in ado last nifjhl on excellent authority In explanation of the delay uUoncllntf tho tninsmlsslon of the Jtohrhifj Sea correspondence to Congress In accordance with tho resolution recently fuloprod by tho HOIIHO of Keprosonfcatlvos ft now understood that Mr Blalno has caused tho delay In order that an Import ant dlspateh which he has prepared in reply to Lord SiilisfoiiryH representations should appear the documents when they inucto public This dispatch written by Mr Mliiino several days aso forwarded to Minister Lincoln for delivery to tbo English Secretary of State for Foreign AITalrs Jt Is understood that a copy of this dispatch is already In tho hands of tho Stuto Department ollielalH courtesy between the two nations forbids tho publication of my purl of it in advance of its receipt by Lord Salisbury NOMINATIONS WAStirNfiTON July 10 1ress sent the fol to the Bonato A H Nottloton of Minnesota Assistant Sooro liry of the Treasury James Uussoil Beoley of Mississippi Assistant Secretary of tho Navy Receivers of Public Monies Jacob K Wcltie at Olymplu Washington John B iiUliii at Mlfisfula Montana George W Cook jit LmvLsron Montana of Land Offices John Anderson at Mlswoula Montana Charlea A Burs at Lowlston Montana THE CUSTOMS Tho flonato went into executive session to day for thn purpose of considering the norn inatlons of live appraisers of nierelianfllso recently mado by the President under the Customs Administrative hill Tho five appraisers whose nominations are od are Charles If Ham Illinois A Jewell Now York George 11 Now York Gfiorfto 0 TIchenor District of Columbia Joseph B Wilkinson Louisiana HMlYKa HKlLY TO ItnAtNK Senator Fryo In reply to Secrotary Blainos written him saying In part I nssmro you that your views aio contained In what Is known as tho Clitil amendment which specifies what tho Latin republics shall receive from us frqo frorr duty In compensation for free snpar 1au Hiirno that the urnendmont was tho result o a thorough InvfiMtltfatlcm llfllculto alxMlt it Is this Tho amount of sugar to be received from those states would be com paratively small and the consumer of s would receive no benefit from it Your let ter to rue extends this Idea of reciprocity tc Cuba and iorto KIcn 1 admit that If sugar is received free from those Islands as wol fis from tho Latin republics the peopk would be benefited and sugar would bo practically froo But will Spain admit into thoso Islands froo from duty tho list of articles named in that amendment Of course we could not ouatit a law moro favor able to Hfiwin than to other republics Do you know what Spain would exchange foi froo sugary Can you Rive a list of the articles she would receive A hotter way probably would be to inako tho Hat she would receive the controlling ono for all those TIMJ SlOKANtS OASI3 pJSCinKD Tho Secretary of tho Interior today ron cloved iidecision In tho oaso of R E Splcor aud others vs tho Nor thorn Pacific Railroad Company James N Glover and others in tovvonors The ease Involves tho status of a tract of land In an odd numbered section within tho primary limits of tho companys jyrnsit upon which portion tho city of Spo kane Falls WHS located and which tract Is now valued at moro than eight million dol lars ft WHH claimed by Sploor that tho land was oxeoptod irom tho companys grant liy reason of occupancy and tho claim of n Spokane Indian named Enoch and on April 1800 the Secretary directed a hearing Upon new evi dence submitted by tho intervonora tlio HooiiJtary tho ardor aiid dismissed application of Spleerfttul others for the reason that upon tho whole record now be fore him It conclusively appears that said Indian never severed his tribal relations and ihoro Is no snOlolont showing for order ing a hearing before the local oflloors This tloelslon elVeot confirms tho railroad title as against tho parties claiming an acl vurye Interest AIHUOtMUATTOXS AND REVENUES Mr Cannon chairman of the Houso Ap propriation Committee emphatically denies that Jho appropriations of this session for Mio currant fiscal year will tho rovej nnes He estimates tho appropriations at and says The ordinary rovo nuo of the Government for tlio tlsoal year ended Juno UO reported by tho treasury at Under tho exist ing laws there la no reason to anticipate n less sum from tho ordinary rovonuos dur The postal revenues for ISOt are estimated by tlio PostmasterGeneral at Rumor that the State Officers Will Not Prosecute NKW Yonrc July World says tho sugar trust people and tho legal authorities of this have burned the nutehet Such wns fcho itory circulated through Wall street Into yesterday afternoon and Investigation proves that it had somoo foundation In fact J D Hcarlos trciisuror and goneral mana ger of tho trust admitted that tho lawyers and Attorney General of tho State had had several conforoiices Mr Soarlos however said that no details wertf acroed upon but did not Mony that Iho roorganizaticn would bo nwJo uruJor this State instead of under t Connecticut or a Now Jersey charter If truo means that hereafter tho okl or now corporation will not bo bothered with lawsuits and will pay taxos into tho treasury of Now York Their Position on Political Issues Clearly Defined EX60Y FOBAKER CREATES ENTHUSIASM Tho Minnesota Grangers Will Put a Ticket in the Defends Hiinsolf and Says the Re publicans Stole the BallotBoxes treating almost altogether of tho Icsral aspect of tho case Ho argued in brief that as tho evidence showed that ballots really cast were not preserved it competent to go behind and take proof of tho vote JJALOOTING AT NASHVILLE NASHVILLE July Demo cratic convention today took several iaef fectual ballots for Governor and adjourned until tomorrow A CHEMISTS IDEA He and AN IRRIGATION DISCUSSION SPOONKJft WOULDNT SPJGND A FOR IKIIIGATION He tho Segregated Lunds Restored to Houso Walts All Day for a Juorain July tho Senate Pasco offered a resolution referred to tho Committee on Foreign Relations calling on tho Secretary of State for Information as to tho arrest by tlio Spanish authorities In Havana of A J Jin American citizen and minister of the tiospol Power olVorert a resolution ngroocl to call Ing on tho Secretary ot Interior for Informa tion as to the personnal of geological survey Its duties compensation etc The resolution offered yesterday by Cul lom to transportation of goods lu bond between the Atlantic and Pacific ports of the United States over tho Canadian Pacific was taken up Wushburn offered an amendment extend ing the scope of the inquiry to thoGrand Trunk Ho hitirnatod a suspicion that tho object of tho resolution was to make war upon tho Canadian Pacific Cullom disclaimed any such Intention Ho acooptudWashburifs amendment Tho resolution as amended Avas agreed to Toller introduced a bill giving a pension SSfiOO H year to Mrs Jcsslo Fremont lief or reel to Committee on Pensions Sawyer Introduced a bill to establish a limited postal and telegraph service Re ferred to tho Committee Tho Senate proceeded to executive busi ness When the doors were iooponed tho Sonato resumed tlio Sundry Civil Appropri ation bill and adopted the pending amend ment Increasing tho appropriation for sur i voyirig public Iruid from to Tho next amendment that provoked dis cussion was tho ODOincreasing tho Item for topographic surveys from and add ing words One half of which sum shall be expended wost of the 101st me ridian and so much of the act of October 1888 entitled an acti making appropriations for sundry civil expenses of tho government for tho fiscal year ending June 30 as AS provides for the selection and location o reservoirs and canals upon public lands and tho reservation of irrigable lands Is hereby repealed provided that reservoir andcana sites snail remain segregated nfnd reserved from entry or settlement until otherwise provided by Spoonor announcodjjhis Intention to rote for tho amendment reported by tho Committee on Appropriations Tho cost of irrigation surveys hac boon placed ho said at seven dollars His own opinion was that If It was to go on tlio cost would bo nearer seventy mill Ions Under tho construction given to tho act of 1888 by tho Interior Do partmont and which construction ho in dorses as correct lands hud boon withdrawn from settlement covering twoilfths of tho area of tho United States comprising miles or acres For what and for how long woro land1 withdrawn in order that tSio Government might have reservoir sites and canal sites marked out for Irrigation purposes Tho Lord only knew how long it would take to out that plan Ho thought that Con gress mado a groat mistake when it appro priated a single dollar for an Irrigation sur vey and tho sooner it retracted tho stop tho hotter ic would be for tho people Dawos ffom the Committee on Appropri reported tho Indian appropriation bill currying an appropriation of Tho discussion was resumed and Platt In support of the amendment and In general defense of tho desert land law tho swamp hind law aud other Land laws of tlio United States Ho favored tho repeal of ho irrigation law and said its retention mfsnnt that not a single aero of public lands it would ever bo entered by any settlors and charged that was the object contemplated by tho shrewd man who drew up that provision in tho con eronco committee The discussion until G Vclook when the Sonato adjourned without lotion on tho ponding amendment Toduot tho uggrogato appropriations aud there will bo a surplus of which Is 7U010 than ample to moot the require mo nts of tho now pension Jaw and tho reduction in taxation from the on actmont of Jlclviuloys bill estimated at rOSTOFFICB APPOINTMENTS A statement of tho operations of tho oftlcc of tho First1 Assistant PostmasterGeneral for the fiscal year ended Juno iO 1890 shows the total mi m bo i of transactions in tho ap pointment division wero an average of nearly per month or SO per day Of this number there wero 4iC2 pastofltoes os tnbilshcd discontinued aud in nutno and site fourth class postoftlees there woro 905G appoint ments on account of resignations 5D9D bri account of removals and GOS On nocoiint o death of postmasters In tho Presidential offices there woro appointments onac count of resignations 570 on account of ex liraloiia of commissions on acediiht of removals 3 on account of tho death ofpost masters and account of tho oftloes becoming Presidential Of tho removals in all classes about 1000 woro mudo Onfiho ro port of Inspectors Tho whole number of postofltuoii in opera tion July 14 ISOO was 1880 In I88S in 1887 and in 3S80 The Increase during the last year was the largest in tho history of the country A tlKDUCTION IX Tho Interstate Commerce Commission has declrloci to issuo an order making a roduo tiori in grain rates from Iowa Nebraska Kansas and Missouri to St Lonls and the to Chicago Tho food product rates cast of tho Mississippi Ami not la other suits before the Oommis are not found to bo oxcessivo Origitial Package Decision Jirly Foster in tbo United States District Couit Houso July In July the House after some preliminary skirmishing over the approval of tho journal and the omission from the record of yesterdays tilt between Camum and Iouk tho Houso went into Committee of tho Whole on the Land Grant Forfeiture bill After a briefdiscussion tho committee rose Swenoy presented tho conference ro making a total of port on tho bill authorising tho construction of a bridge across tho Iowa river at Wapelld Towa On agreeing to the report Kogcrs raised tho point of no quorum and a tho House was ordered Only 142 mcxmbeiS loss tluin a quorum responded On motion of MoKintoy a ndoptAd directing tho SergeantatArms to the bar of tho such mombors absent without leave After wait ing an a half for a quorum to ap Bieokinrldgo moved that all leavesof bo revoked Peters offered amendment excepting thoso members absent on account of illness Lost Pondiiiga vote on Breolclnrldgos imtlon Bliss moved an adjournment and tho Houso ad journed CLEVELAND July Republican State convention met this morning Ex Governor Foraker tho temporary chairman came upon thostage with Colonel Brins mado chairman of tho State Committee His appearance was tho signal for prolonged arid enthusiastic cheering On tho conclu sion of a short speech by Brfnsmade tho ex Govornor was introduced and delivered an address A recess was then taken When tho Convention reassembled tho Committee on Permanent Organization named Governor Foraker for Permanent Chairman Ho declined however aud jpou grossman Thomas was selected The nom inations woro then quickly nilule as foltoivs Secretary Daniel J Ryan Supreme Judge Thaddous A ISIarshall to be a mem ber of the Board of PublicWorks Frank J McCailoch Tho platform was then reported It Is In substance as follows It reaffirms the National platform of 1888 endorses Prosklcnl Harrisons administra tion endorses the aptiou or tho Republican members of both Houses of Congress in ful filling the pledges of tlio party Tbo thanks of tho the Republican Com mittee and Speaker ileocl for tholr action in amending tho 7ulos oC thoMousfi The Democratic claim that members may bo ab sent in a parlijuAontary sense forthe pur pose of defeating a at tho saino tirno pliysfcally present to further obstruct publics business is denouncedas revolutionary r Tho platform ondorscs the ad ministration pf Governor Foraker and denounces tho Demomatic Logislatuyo for corruption extravagance and partisanship Instancing oxtravagjyit appropriations tho gcrrymanderiiig of Congressional districts violating the rights of local mcnt by legislation roorgunixatiol of num erous towns and cities for solely partisan purposes It violated the sacred rights of tho majority when under tlio mask of pro tended contest If robbed the people of a Lieutenant Governor and a citizen of an oillco to ho had been legally elected Pretending to bo the party and representa tive of the poor it elected to tho United States Senate a New York speculator and railroad magnate whoso only entitlement to tho ollloo was liberality in contributing money to corrupt politics and whoso resi dence in Ohio was for office only Tlio platform further warmly commands the McICinloy bill and denounces the at tempt of tho nations of tho Old World and the Democratic party to destroy our manu facturing supremacy and degrade ourlabor as an unholy alliance wlilcjh should be re sisted by everycitizen who loveshis country Tho Disability Pensions passed Is heartily endorsed anda declaration mado in favor of a just and pension It reaffirms tho duty to faith fully and fully carry out the declaration of tho National Convention of iSSS of tho Be piibllcati party by providing a lairand Im partial election law for a free and honost popular ballot in everyCongressional dis trict in the United States so to secure to every richor native or foreign born whiteor black the right to cast one free ballot and have it duly counted Protection is demanded for the woolIndus try equal to favored manufacturers of that In duo time the American wool growois will supply all tho wool of every kind required for con sumption In tho United States Legislation by Congress and tho States IB favored to onoburago practical manner tho interosts of agriculture in all Its departments Protection of labor and tho rights of the laborers are among tho first obligatlonsof Sorrow Is the deathof General Fro mont The platfornnvas adopted amid prolonged applause and tho A OEANG12H LABORMC1CKT ST PAUL July special raootlng of the Farmers Alliance of Minnesota was hold hero today President Hall inhis address said tho farmersotMInnosota had assembledfor of doaiding upon taking some independeut action and tho convention upontho urgent demandof the subAlliances throughout tho State You said President Hall have a groat work ahead you This means tho beginningof political Will Use Water forFuel Accomplish Wonders CHICAGO July Times Superior special A prominent chemist of San Francisco now in Superior is preparing to make public a discovery which will work wonderful changes in tlio economy of steam ship transportation His scheme is to dispense with the uso of fuel of all kinds He has devised an apparatus by means of which can be utilized as fuel By means of his chemical machine water is to bo resolved into Its ele ments inc hydrogen These gases arc to bo burned by means of an oxyhydro gen machine producing intense heat THF RFRflRH OF IjlL liLuURu Ul Denver Man and His Partners Wife Are Drowned A WYOMING STOCKMAN DROWNED TwentyPour Disfigured Corpses at Red Were Killed L by the Powder Story of an ByeWitness A WOMANS WOFOL TALE A STORY OF CKIMB ABUSE AND DE SERTION She Attempts to 32nd Her Misery with a Dose of V Cracked Pastors Crimes Protestants Become Catholics LONDON July Francisco Chronicle is a curious condition of affairs at Sklbboreen where a large number cif the con of tho Kov Mr Hopetyi aljrotes tant elorgjnmn have renounced their faith andjoined tho Roman Catholic to been to the change by the fact tliat Father Crowlev was reoently convicted of intimidation on the testimony of Mr ITopety who is unfavor able tothe Irish National cause Killed His Father and CHICAGO July Timcss Anna specialsays William Sullivan shoe and probably fatally wounded his father and mother lust night He lias boon jailed Tho looy appears perfectly liavdoned and said wished folks out oi tho way thatho of their property One of tho Burrows Gang BCRMUJGHAV Ala B low alfasGhaflio Davios nrrosted tit Colum bus Miss today h is been identified as Eubo chief lieutenant in tho capades party and I hopeyou will return to your liomes with tho your work is Ignatius Donnellyjmacje i brief iddross Ho sahlthe itowspapevs had charged that he was sou o in lug against tho Alliance etc This was false the evening session a motion to de cide whether the convontlon should place a State ticket fiold brought on a hot discussion on of independent political action to which vtherowas con A riiotionto talce in dopondent political actiohvhowever was lually vote Tho convention then took a recess ntored Into convention the abor dolegatiohsto place a joint ticket in ho OTho officers of were oflicors of the Joint Convention One bal lot was taken which resulted Knuto Nelson 104 98 Daniel Buck Newman 42 H Baker 320 A largo numberwore scattering It is lleved thatDonriolly Or Baker will be nom inated tonior July IB to TRIB night a woman in a hack drew up to a drug storp and purchased cents worth of morphine She then zeon tcrcfl tho hack after giving tho driver or ders to drivo about tho city for acouple of hours before returning to the hotel An hour and a half later tbo drove up to tho Fargo Hotel when It was found that the woman was In an unconscious con dition from the effectsof tho morphine which she had evidently upon reentering tho hack at the drug store A physician was at oncesummoned and everything dono that was possible to restore tbo woman to This morning sho was sufficiently recovered to giveher story which was obtained by a reporter as follows My name is Mrs Black and two years ago I lived with my husband at Leavon wortb Kansas I thero hocame acquainted with ft man who was at that time Marshal of Leavenwortb My husband became jealous of Goodells attentions to me and one night ho Avont to the laUers room when a quarrel ensued In which Goodell shot and killed hirn tie was tried hi the quitted on the ground of After the trial Good oil induced me by threats and promises to him to Washington Territory tirayoled allover the West all of his secured by issuing a forged oame hero a few weeks ho took from mo tho I had on earth with which he star toda saloon He promised to return the money but failed to do so and whenasked him y ester clayfor money with which to pay our he put me out of tho house threatened me anc infovmed me that he ing more to do with mo hadhlm arrested on a charge of larceny and attempt to mur He secured his release and being cer tain that ho would carry into execution I thought suicide better than death by his I feel hotter today I haveemployecl counsel and will prosecute the extent of my A CROOKEP FORT Wonin July Francisco Chronicle Is prolific of sensations Dr N W Mitchell pastor of the Broadway Fresbyterian was locked up today forforgery His pastoratq overa faslaionablo congregation and ho has long been a great favorite It is claimedthat about and nearly every bank in tho city has been vie timixed To all tho notes it is alleged ho signed tho namo of ono of his bestfiiends Martin Casey businessman Yesterday when one of tho notes Caseyat onco pronounced the signature a forgery as tho news became pub is said Minister Mitchell boughta ticket for but ho was captured bo fore leaving the city A THH BATIK DEFENDS July Breckinridgo had an argument in his own tho House Elections long brief oxrAttornoyGoneral Garland i attacked committee which visited Arkansasfor uro to byBfbckin ridge as for in of the j bkliotr boxes where th o count was i hvpngn ed Itsot forth further that failed elected but hand it that he was 7 Cl ay ton s m n rcler was fcetly clear have been doneto fiiid had been inrldgo procoedcd a long twenty yearsv liutibeen neighbors aticl friends gethor dembnstratcdtHat thoio wis nothing hi the clmge1 raado by Judge McCluie of tho toiriblo persecution of Republicans in his diitzict Claytons doith had been a foatful surprise to liim ts it wis a surprise lo all decent people of He believed tho PlummeivilJo ballot box stolen by Jie pubhoans The apuarent w xs to hinge upon the stealingacoutcst m cuso tho House of Keprosontathes E Perry and Jell Smith colored Gate a suburb six1 9 orclock They had a quarrel about and agreed to putjiuthe darkness off ten paces ahdshooting at each other until one fell third through the body and died in a few Smith escaiped jrCTUDERED HIS 1 CouNOiti July residence of Hand dis solute old was the scene this njornlng of an a win 1 HalLcamo drunk last night beat his wifo and threiw lior out of doors in her night clothes This morning at daylight tho terocl tho lionsoto get her clothing setupon her boat the floor rei volvof and then fireda bullet into Several neighbors heardthe shot and ran in attempted1 todisarm murdorcr but fled oh receiving a bulletin hjs hand and Hull pinptidd his revolver at the oth ors wi tho u t tb e n wen fc t Jri to DENVER July to John J Tluddart J S Tacobson archi tects is the name of a prominent firm of this city Mr HudiJart is at present in Salt Lake City Last evening Mr Jacobson and Mrs Huddart visited Berkeley lake asimill summer resort fivo miles from tho city They took a boat and rowed out upon tho water The baud was playing In tho pavil ion on tho lake when iu tho interval be tween selections a Gorman rushed excitedly among tho crowd on the wharf crying A boat overboard A boat overboard Tho police boat put out from tho wharf at tho ihst alarm and was pulled rapidly to tho place of tho catastrophe but though at full spoed and not taking three minutes to reach the spot no traco of tho victims could bo They had sunk into tho depths and their lives were beyond all mor tal aid Floating upon the water was found a wo mans hat and a very rich jacket in tlio pocket of which was found a card bearing her own name and upon tho back of which was written in a feminine hand Somebodys birthday is on the 22nd of December and that somebody has a side room in heart which nobody else can To whom this refers is not positively known Jaoobson is something of an athlete it seems almost impos sible that ho up and drown in such a short time Men have been dragging tho lake ever since the accident but without any result This evening at six oclock a ooupleof sticks of giant powder wore lighted and dropped into tho lake near whore tho couple were last seen struggling in tho water A few seconds later tho powder exploded with ter rific force throwing water in geyser shaped columns for hundreds of feet in every dir ection The water had hardly resumed its former pcacefulness when the bloated Jacobson came to tho surface followed second latter by that of Mrs Huddart The bodies are omv ljring at the coroners A YPTOMINO STOCKMAN ROCK SPRINGS July to Law came in today with the body of a wellknown stock miiQ of BrownsPark Law when seen oy a representative of THE TRIBUNE saidthat Carb was swimming stock acrossGreen river which is unusually high at this time of year when his horse got into quicksand him into the turbulent stream Caro was in good circumstances having just disposed of stock to tho value of He wus one of the oldest members of the Odd Fellow fraternity of this place A MONTANAEXPLOSION BUTTB to TRIB Marysville special tothe Miner An explosion of giant powder in a missed hole in a shaft in tho Drum Lummon mine at this afternoon caused the death of andtke serious injury of J B Gilbert miners Tho latter re cover but he has lost both eyes his arm Is broken and a finger He is unmarried Wallace a wifo here CINCINNATI July is a list of persons killed at tho explosion yesterday at Kings Mrs James Deacon Henry Reynolds Samuel Stephens Mrs James Moss and child Mrs FredMiller and Child William IFraney Ralph Williams Baby Elstine Nick and an unknown man A dozen persons were injured some whom will die STORYOFAN BYEWITNESS Joseph Proctor a wellknown resident of Columbus was an eyewitnessto the terri bloeirair and gave a very vivid account of the explosion The gentleman is still suf tho effects of his terrible cxpor ience and trembled Visiblywhen talking VI hardly can describe the aw I am still dazed from the effects of tho shock I was visiting a United States lufamry and Lottie Ppur gcon daughter of W H Spurgeon chairman of the County Hoard of Supervisors were drowned yesterdayut New Tort Beach A number of persons were boaing and when beyond their depth tho boat capsized Don aldson rescued nvo persons aud swam to Miss Spnrgoons assistaijce but went down with hor being exhausted MORE BOPIBS RED WING July doleful tolling of ohnrch was still to be hoard in this city loday Lhe list of recovered dead from the disaster having been greatly increased since yesterday Eight bodies were brought up this morning and in the afternoon sixteen more were brought up and one sent over vo Lake City and to nitrht another boatload arrived The scenu at the lake shore where tho occurred was one When tho first bodies were recovered on Sunday night aud Monday morning tho faces were calm and peaceful and showed little or no sign of having come to suddon death Not so with found last night and today Allot these were bloated and blackened beyond recognition so that clothing jewelry and papers were tho only way for friends to claim their dead Tbo warm weather nncj tlieshallowness of tho together with the fact that several big steamers sent up heavy swells today as they passed up the river brought the borlletv to surface very quick Tho patrolling rowboats towed the bodies ashore where they identi fied ns soon as possible boxod and shipped to this city Engineer Sparks of tho Sea to night entered an emphatic denial of tbo report that he the captain or any of tlio crew had been drinking Friends of Sparks and Captain Wetheron are also indignant at the charge of drunkenness The reported arrest of Captain Wetheren is correct A man who caiuo tonight from Diamond Bluffs where the Captains homo is situated says the Sheriff took Wothereu to Si Paul this afternoon having arrested him at the instance of United States officials sonrr TO 01 nn AGREE TO SLUG Slavin aud MalifTe Mnster Up Cour age to Sign Articles IKE IMTERNATIOHAL CRICKET JCATCH Canadians Beaten By an American Race Proposed Between Sunol and Bello days Baseball Games THK MISSING BOniKS MIXNKAPOLIS July searchers found the threo miisSng bodies of the vic tims of the Lake Gervais cyclone this morn one They were close together in a marshy portion of tho lake 200 feet from tho shore The bodies of Charles Schurmoir and Rev M P facile wore considerably mutilatofi but that of Mrs J H Schurmeir was not disfigured FIVE CnrCAOOANS DnOWRBD CHICAGO July Captain of tho propeller Puritan reports this evening the wrecks of two yachts In midlako From other information obtained it is believed to bo certain that live persons from Chicago wore losi with those vessels in the big storm acoupleof days ago MO UK MINNESOTA STORMS MINNEAPOLIS July were very severe storms throughout tho southern por tion of which prostrated wires and cut oil communication with many points Since Sundays experience every body hero has been uneasy over stormsj and sensational current that tho city of Stillwater had beer devastated by a Areporter was sent to Stillwater and found very little damage douo there Then came the report that Marine Anoka and other points there had been great darnago At a late hour tonight however advices from all points reported in trouble show that while the storm was very severe and groat damage was done to farm prop erty and light buildings generally there were no casualties OLD WORLD EVENTS ENGLAND AND RUSSIA KEGOTIATil WITH THE VATICAN RussiaBiuIcUng Swift Gor geous Belgian Now Capo Tpwn FroncK Rout thehouse and cut his died may ALBANY July Govern or Hill to imprison tiienfr forllfo tencie JosepliChapleau sentenced to be the 21 V N SI July dispatch nearKings Mills and during the afternoon sauntered1 lip to fac tory VYhcn tho freight train oamo along I started toward my friendshouse and on of the hill I just as the freight train was making a ruu switch to the I saw a brake man on one of tho cars and ho was waving bis hand one on the I looked I saw two dotachcd cars bunip against what I supposed to empty car 6nltho sidetrack An instant later there a rumblingnoise and then the very me seemed to open I saw a putT of followeda second later by another and tha cars disappeared The sliJgtion and powderhouse aaiddwellings seemedto fellowvand tho work1of destruc tion had only just com monced I1 stood rooted the ground T hadan of butT not realize it lives were goini Biimwsll liave of of ive to doubtbut v there would ser rastrouble VfitKearse had arrived Somp vi lG9 hoan Breolanridgq in the course of Ms an iiipihipriiph theprigiual package ot the Fedoril Suprene Couit Fnergetic speeches were made and lesolutlons condemning tne decision and demanding of Congress tho pass ige of i bill to place the enforcement of piohibitory the and bfyoud the interference v l A Quick Passage stenlmer Teutonic The Whlte Start arrived biit I was powerless to lend as dense volumes of came pouring front the doors and windows of the cartridge factory and women and eh i Id ren tearing at each i other in TfR ANTIC ENDEAVORS TO expjpsion and fire at the cartridge housp seemed to bo simultaneous The buildingidid riot catch on lire in air ordinary way flanio seethed to penetrate the windows from allsides J saw number of women ciime but some cer perished A house below the i use blown then dashed ground a mother lost their lives SiHow1 long stood vth ere It dout bu t I niana ged to rii ake niy i way to the others July Francisco ChronicU Series tho Qujrnal congratulates Itself upon the latest victory won by the Italians in Abyssinia over the rebellious but still unconquored chief Illma the Vatican rejoices to see Bussia andEngland negotiating with it on behalf of tlioir Catholic1 subjects In Poland and the British colonies An English confi dential agent has arrived here with instruc tions to negotiate with the Holy See in or der to arrauge to extend to other British possessions tho religious Modus Vivendi established by General Simmons for the Malta It3s not probabje that tbo Vatican will promptly grant the request for it has been disappointed in its hope that the British Cabinet the satisfactory arrangements regarding Malta renew at least relations with tho Vatican The Russian Government is acting with greater Ic has sent back Mis volski as a representative ofthe Czar The Russian diplcmatMias held a long confer ence with Cardinal Rampolla Foreign Min ister of evidently in structed to press of tho ques tions covering Qliurch SWIFT BJJSSJAN VESSELS ST completion1 of a now fast jntended Ivusslau lleet in tho Black SeaVis She is a dispatch boat 145 feetin length and wiih feet beam abdisuamed the Adler On her trip she madetwentysix knots an hour Three gunboats of equal swiftness are now being built A GOKGEOUS PAGEANT LONDON July irThe ten days fete at Brussels In honor of the sixtieth anniversary of Belgian Independence and ther fifth year of ontho 20tb instant unveilihg by the burgdmaater of several statues Avhich complete the decorations of Sabion palace of Arenbergs and still older Sabionchurch Tile pageant on that occasion is some and represents the glories of cen been designed by Quslave Den Dnyts the painter whose of rGhcat procession excited so much attention lif teen Hois assisted by M Julian Dillins and John Baes Five allegorical cars are to besurrounded by 1000 costume The whole of the JBelgiajrroyal LONDON July Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle The announcement that Frank P tha champion of Australia and Joo McAuliffe were to moot at tho Ormonde Olub yester day to ratify tho international match at tracted a tremendous crowd From 10 a ra tho street in which tho club Is situated waa blocked and numerous distinguished per sons of sporting proclivities fluttered in and outof the famous sporting resort Tho delegation to arrive was composed of McAuliffo and Billy Madden his manager George Moore Lord Lonsdale and Richard K Fox The Americans were cheered to echo Later Charles Crichton Temple of tho Ormonde Club arrived with Charley White Alf Mitchell the middleweight champion Eugeno Charley Mitchell T W Brown George Hesse Donnelly Jack 11 arpor Jack Baldock and others In fiict nearly every sporting man of prominence was on hand As all tbo urelimlnaries and conditionsof tho match had been previously agreed upon there was little delay Tho agreement was drawn up by Kohort Watson otherwise known as Paul or Sporting Life The document was witnessed by Richard K Fox for Me An I i lie while Georgo Plesso Slayins backer was witness for tho Australian CANADIAN CRIC1U2TERS July l5fAssooiated the International cricket match of Canada vs tho United States the latter won by ono inning and 31 runs Tho Races N July Dis Francisco ChronicU Negotiations are pending for a race against timo between Bello Haralin and tho groat Sunol at the Grand Circuit races in this remarked C J Hamlin today Mr Marvin declined to trot Sunol against Bello in a race but rather favored tho idea of going against timo My idea Is to have Sunol go ono warming up heat with Bello Hamlin and then to send each ono of them separately accompanied by a running horso if desired arid tho mare making the fastest timo to be entitled to first money I preferred to make a match race but that being out of the question I think thoabove proposition is perfectly Sunol is very fast andwith agood day an afternoon rightly faaf will bo AT WASHINGTON BAHK PARK July twoyearolds five won Laughter second Wainut Time ThreoyearoJds and upward ona Joo Courtney won Nevada second Pickup third Dearborn handicap sweepstakes for three yearolds mile and a Fonso won Dr Nave second Jed third Timo Throeyearolds ana upward mile row won Almont second Teu ton third Time Threeyearolds and upward milo and seventy a won Khaftori second Pat Shoedy third Timo Players Brotherhood 308TOK Boston Brotherhood team played A fielding game today and shut out tho Buffslot Attendance 1100 Bostoii 75 0020 3 2 Buffalo 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 Bofyton 20 Buffalo 7 2 Buffalo 8 Gumboil Kilroy and Jfurphy Cotter and Haligan Gaffhoy andSheridan The Chicngo Brotherhood club won the afternoon by good bitting and fielding Attendance 1010 2 37 2005 1 KRW Ewings men pulled day and managed to winthe final present scries with Cleveland Atteidanco 900 New 0201 0 0 00 1 00 3 York US Cleveland 7 Ncw Cleveland 6 and Bwing Gruber Sutcliffe Knight and Jones BBOOKLYN Thn Brooklyn Brotherhood club easily Plttsburg today Attendance 300 v 0 0 20 0 0 0 0 3 315 3 The National League BOSTON The Cleveland League teamplayed two today one being postponed from May ance aOOO First game 0 3 0 0 02 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 Boston 9 Cleveland 10 Boston 4 Cleveland 3 Ziramer Clawson and Beanctt Umpire ers Second game Boston bles the 19th and niany royal visitors anV expected in the palace CAPECOLOXyS July cabinet has been formed as rtdllowsirj Prime Mjnisier without Kbodes AttorneyGrec Xnnis jvlerrinn CoTOinis of Public Native Affairs 1 scene i was tot most ever track atlbnis calnier Manytradersaccepi bank r gagement occurred between natives to the arid h paper and an muc hvti got1 work sObn as was i bruised They seeined to tbo oblivious of ffcheu Mirrouudings as 1 dont think they realized rhat occurred Some were burned Jind others cut 01 bruised by the force ot explosion To add to the tenible scene was the constant snappmg of cutrjdges and rescuers were m danger of bemgjkilled at any time 1 dont know hqwi miiny were Tdlled but I am of the opTnionuthitten persooi at least lost their wounded will be double ftKe French js feared th at line of Itlip Freticiirt silver THE CHttl AN LONPON from Chill state that tho strikers In the nitrate distract number 7000 A conflict occurred between stiikersind tioops in wbich forty strikers were killed and Lieutenant C arif G Twentyfourth Chicago Ahead K July to nifrht reoeived a message from the Census that bis count am 0 0 000 IS Cleveland ton 2 1 0 0 S 3 0 4 f and Hardie Lincoln and The again defeated Pittsbnrg tliis afternoon by bard bittinK Attendance hia 2 0 4 4 00 0 0715 0 0 0 0 0 3 Philadelphia 13 Pittsburghs Philadfelphia 1 Pittsburg 4 Su rid ay and Decker Smith cuts JCRW The New York League team game of the present series with game was marked ancc 700 New 22 0 4 rO 1 0 2 2 Arcrk 12 New York Cincinpati CJark and day bya fortunate buuchihjj of hits 0 BrookiyD Jirooklyn BaittenesrHufchiiBBi Tiittredge Juovett khd populatfbn icago ahead of 4 The American   

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