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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE WIOST EXTENSIVE CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT OP In the City Combined VOL 187 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY JUTiY IS 1890 PRICE FIVE TS A6AIHST HIM The Power of the Ctiiirdi Will Be Wielded lo Beat Dubois THE TITHING SACK WILL BE OPENED Asylum Loctrry Company have not aban doned their scheme yot They declare that Uio United States Government has nn right 1 InterfeiO and tluit they intend to proceed to hold a drawing arid tlicir rights A incoting was licld it Antlers Sunday tlio procfsftdlngs of which have not been mudn j jmbllc but it is understood that it was de cided to huvi i drawing at an early day As thy act of Congress approved May JSOO posltlvoly f orbids lotteries In tho Indian Territory it is interesting to know how far they will permitted to And of Mormon Dollars Will j into Dool Site and Hrotlier Cain Notes SALT TAKK TKIBUNK Konrtcftnth Stroot WASHlNfJTON July 17 1800 Ff Idaho propose to luakti a for tho Senatorial election in Uio Ktatc his oirurts brouglit intf ixisUncc ho must count upon tho pcrslsten of the Mormon hierarchy I loarn that very nuilcrinl assistance will bo ten dered from Salt Laku to encompass Duboisft dcfoat find tho aro already laid to make tho road to his nomination u dlillcul one DuboLs is rccognlxcd as tlio most oflipiont foe to on tho floor of Jo has assisted to block every plan of tho church In tho Benato and House Committees and court and has won tho thorough hatred of the leaders of jMonnondom Several of tho paid rrtaiuoM of the church are alroacly insnj that ho scrved his last term in Congress and thatovcsn tho enforce ment of tho cannot prevent his difoaft ffori thu 1licrc will be tfoodslzud barrel rolled from Salt Lako Idahowards sliortly wltli painted in larRU rod letters on slilf It will IK tapped to oloct Ropubit cjiusor Oomocrats who uro for any candi date DubolH Tho Idaho fight will bo watched closely from headquarters In Salt Lake arid rif etloifc llkoly bo loft un done which can mako dltljuultor harrassltig tho auccesH of Oubolss campaign In thf Sonato is a hope ox prosHitd that tho first Senators fromtdaho shall bo Dtibols and Shoun Till1 SITU SKLECTKO Tho Dooly silo wins Tho roport of In spector Hoybolt endorses Jti the Htrongost langiiaKu tho previous report of Inspector Pattorson aiul urges tho acceptance of Mr Doolyw proposition as tho most advantageous to theOovcrniiiont 1ho PosfcnuifttorGen oral promptly decided to close the case on tho reports ulroady in and Dologato Caino anxiously tho yoport and Vlolded up tlio fight only when hope was gone Tho PostofHce Dopartaionb is much ro liovod by tlio outcome Tho linporturiity of lologato Caino a member of tho Houso rnrmnUUfo on Pnstofilyes was alono roHpon wlblo Jor tiio second Investigation I was informed that the Department was thor oughly sutlsflfid with conclusions of the first report Tho only effect of Brother opposition has boon todolay tho set tlement of Uio question A IANAMKIUOAN QtTKSTTON WASitiNCJTON July TUIHUNK Dispatch Chronicle The war In Contra A morion offers j opportuulty for the tost of Mr Blalnos plan uf arbitration as adopted at tho late intoniatlotial American Conference Tho povornments of Salvador and of Guatemala nsjion td to tho iilan and signed tho treaty last May and declared in solemn resolutions that war on tho Continent should bo no more but so far as Known neither nation has sign I Mud Its deslro or oven its willing ness to submit the rtlflorenccs to arbitra tion Tn fact thoro Is no actual difference to arbltrat Tlio allalr Is a revolution rather than a war Tho la to President of Salvador was a firm bollover In and advocate of tho union of tho Oontrul American ropubllos and signed tho treaty of coalition which was also signed by Guatemala and Honduras In fact tho Congress which decided upon tho union met lit Salvador and tho treaty celebrated thero but Ilui iintiuniou In tho little republic broko out n robolllon assassin a tod tho Prusldont and took possession of tho government The action of is in aid of the union party and to assist In the restoration Of tho legitimate govorinnont to power Tho only question o arbitrate therefore whether a faction In mo republic has tho to call upon foreign aid against an Other fad Ion Tho States Minister Mr has htum instructed to use his good eflioos to proservo tho poaco uud settle thcdllticulty fNDtANS STAHVTNO 1 WASH Inly 17 Associated Press j The Secretary of the Interior has trans mlttod to Cimgross a letter from William MoKusick Indian agent attho Slssoton South Dakota stating that tho Sls setOn and Wahpcton Indians of tho Lake Travorso reservation aro In an almost dos the drouth of last your almost totally destroyed their crops and asking that bo appropriated for tlui purchase of provisions to kwp tho lu dinns from starving AN ITALIAN SPEAKS KOU TI1K TtAOOS Tho House Committee on Immigration touay hoard a statement by Hr Verdi Of this city himself a rrntivo of tlio subject of the padrone system His state ment was meroly in vofutatlon of those nuido by witnesses respecting the oxistiKHO of a system of Italian slave labor in this country Ht said that he lived forty years in tho fnitod States and never yet found an Italian laborer who worked under a padrone Tlio Italians wore not fools and wero not to be gulled so easily Into surren dering tlsomselws voluntarily into Tho Italian Governmentappointed a com to examine tho emigration system juul as a result a law was pitssod which while recognising personal rights guarded ngflinst unrostrioUd emigration assisted by unworthy persons for personal gain Pro hibition was placed upon tho emigration of any class of persons whoso emigration was forbidden by tho laws of the country to which they sought to Italy needed all her and was doing all sho could to keep thorn As a regard to sobriety Intelligence and skill Uio Italians In New York aro tativos Gates who had been a member of tho Ford Comfuittoo of tho last Congress said that he had little doubt but the Italian re striction law cited by Verdi which had not been Jn operation before this year would be of great benefit In preventing tho of undesirable elements VIlESirKNTIAT NOMINATtONS The sent the following nomina tions to tho Senate today Gonoral Apprais ers of J Lewis Staokpole Massachusetts Henderson W Somorvllle Alnbjimn Ferdinand N Oregon Oliver JG Spauldlng of Michigan Assistant Secretary of tho vlco George 0 Vlichenojv roslgripd Justice Edward P Iowa Associate Justice of the Court oHho Territory of NewMoXloo A FAIJl IROPOSITION An Offer that Should JSml the Rock Strike ROCK July to company have issuod the following circular During tJio remainder of July tho coal will bo weighed and bulle tins made out tho sarno as In tho past The lumps nut awl slack will also be weighed and bulletins made out for the same Prices will then bo agreed upon by tho company and tho delegates already elected or such us may be elected for tho purpose Iu case of failure to agree a sot of prices will then bo fixed by a boarj of arbitration consisting of tho prices to bo such as shall make no reduction or increase In former Such terms can hardly be refused by tho niinoi3 and if thoy dont resume work they ought to lose the sympathy of tho com POWELL AND IRRIGATION AN EXKINGS VABABIES Milan feagincs He Is Emperor of Europe CRiSPi DEMANDS AN EXPLANATION have been going ovor the ground this side of the Pacific and nothing o interfere with tinconstruction 1 tell you it not Lie twenty years until you enn go to St Petersburg by RTY n 1 1 1 THIS WYOMING 31INI2S An African Programme With Italj Jjeffc liritisl NavyThe Prison Congress a Fail Behring Sea Inquiry SENATOR MOODY CALIFS ATTENTION TO TIIJ3 MAJORS IGNORANCE Tho House Passes tho Land Grant For ioltuvo Cannon and Hcmlc Itovlwod tho Kecord WASHINGTON July Senate re riismed consideration of tho Sundry Civil Appropriation bill ponding question bo Ing onUio Jiinmfciirtnierit to iidd to tho ap propriation of for topographic sur veys a provision that half of that sum be expended west of tho 101st mcredian and that tho act of October 1888 reserving ir rlgahlu lands bis repealed Gall continued his argument of yostoiday against tho amendment Ho argued in favor of the continuance of Irrigation surveys and Haid that all Irrigation schemes on a large soalo that had boon successful had boon established by the Government Tho repeal of tho Irrigation law would Callsaid open that vast area of arid lands of Hquare mjlos to the operations of foreign syndicates who would secure much of It under land and timber land laws and tho pooplo would bo deprived of Its usb and occupation Moody argnort in favor of tho amendment and spoke of Its transcendent importanceto the people of South Dakota tho pretensions of Major Powell and spoke of him as a tycoon of many who know as much about tho arid lands of the West as ho did about the mountains of tho moon and not one whit moro Tho region In which ho Moody lived and for hundreds of miles weafc of it which Major Powell des ignated as arid land was as flno agricultural country as the sun over shone upon and there was not an acre of desert land iri it was as well watered as any part England or tho State of Now York Ho those lands were withdrawn under the oon given the irrigation If they lad been tlui pooplo of South Dakota would have made themselves hoard by1 Congress Ileagari spoke in opposition to tho amend ment and In favor of continuing tho Irriga tion survey Without finishing his remarks Reagan yielded tho for a motion to adjourn 10 progress having boon made with tho bill Allison offered a resolution making it In order afc any timo move that debate on any amendment or on all amendments to ipproprlafclon bills bo limited to five mhi itoa for each Senator tho question on such notion to bo determined without debate to remarked that such a resolution had boon frequently adopted by tho Senate After executive session tho Senate ad ournod House WASHINGTON July after ho reading of tho journal tho House wout ntoCommittee of tho Whole on the Laud Jrunfc Forfeiture bill Hoi man an amendment for oitlng ail land not tho time i ml ted by tho granting act MoTCao offered an amendment di recting tho AttorneyGeneral to bring suit against persons holding land opposite to constructed portions of roads which were not constructed within tho time specified in tho act Tho amendment was debated and tho bill reported to tho House Holman moved to recommit it with in structions to tho Committee on Public Lands to report It buck with a proviso for feiting all lands not earned within tho time limited in tho granting act Lost Tho bill was then passed Tho bill which Is a Senate with a House substitute therofor forfeits all lands granted to aid in tho construction of railroads opposite to and cotorinlnons with tho portion of any such railroad not now completed In the course of debate on tho bill Bynum referred to the coloquy between Cannon and Hottk tho other day in which they re ferred to eachother as nuisances Tho ref erence was omitted from tho record and By num called atteationio a speech by Cannon duringthe Fiftieth Congress deprecating any mutilattni of tho rooord Cannon said that ho and Houk said things in the hout debate which they agreed should bo loft out of tho record This had been done in personal matters from time im memorial Cannon scored Bynum sharply and expressed tho opinion that he was the only Kopresontatlvo in tho Houso who had tho heart on one hand or tho malignancy on tho other to obtrude himself where under the parliamentary usage of tho House ho did not belong As to his speech in tho Fiftieth Congress that had been a eontro between Bynum and himself Bymirn como to him and agreed to strike had boon said but struck it out withoutconsideration Adjourned PATHS July Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Series Siccl asserts that exKing Milan of Scrvia is i crank and instances which it adduces o his peculiar behavior indicate that ho i Lc Sicdcsiiys that lie speaks of h i ni sei f as tho Emperor of Europe and scornsto have u most extraordinary idea of hit power and wealth Physicians are in con stant attendance upon him and keep uloso on his hallucinations and thepructica otlccts of thorn hi to bo prepared for any sudden development of his lunacy Milans conduct in Paris was of so flighty and eccentricanabuvothat it was decided by many peoplcv that his actions could be attributed onJyto unsoundness of mind and the same impression was made upon every one in Vienna during his last visit to tho Austrian capital The Austrian court simply refused to carryon further financial transactions1 with him or to receive him personally any longer on the ground that ho was uirresponsible in monetary matten and that tho peculiarities of his behavior and particularly Idsopendefiance of all the conventional duties of society andfamily shut him out from with the im perial Tho general how over at that timci was that tho exKings intellect was so unsettled by excesses that ho was Insane ITALYS AlfJflCAN UIGHTS TiOHi July Crisp lias no idea of permitting England and France to really dispose ofItaHatrintorosts The French Government in return for its accep tance of a British protectorate over Zanibar to tho virtual exclusionof French treaty rights in that island demands beside pre dominant control of tho Niger country tho rightto terminate tho treaty in 130i and to end the operations of tho Italian treaty which would deprive Italy of all right of interference iri that country which sho now enjoys by agreement not withstandingthe French protectorate es tablished by the treaty of 3884 by which the government of Boy Sidi Ali is virtually controlled by the French PresidentGeneral Signor has asked M Kibofr for an explanation of the Frond representations to pointing annexation of Tunis to France TllE HEliKKWS LAND OF PROiUSE LONDON July Jewish American Baron Hlrsch opposes the emigration of liusslan and to Palestine He said America was the modernland of prom ise and lie was prepared to support any well defined scheme for aiding Jewish emigrants tosettle in tho United Stagesor partofAmerica 1 THJ2 pllITISH NAVV RLorcl George1 Lord of the Admiralty Urnsan nou need that itis the pur poso of the Government tohavethe British Navy by 1804 equal to any of tho navies in the world and says is progressing rapidly iu wlththat programme THIS rilTSON CONGRESS A Tho delegated who have returned to Eng land from the International Prison Con gress at St that tho whole allalr was utterly de clare that it is utterly impracticable that a moro exchange of weiir1 will doany thing to ameliorate tho lot of Bussia A UUNDireD AND CRANXS Tho Salvation Army celebrated its twenty fifth anniversary at the Crystal Palace yos torday There wasan Immense assemblage present estimatedthat it contained one hundred and twenty thousand persons A KI5AV THEOSOPIUTM PillSSlDENT Colonel Olcott hAsrosIghecl thepresidency of tho Tbcosophic society Mrne Blayatsky will succeed him iiithat Olcott wll continue to theIndian section of tho society A BBHRINO SKA INQUIRY LONDON July In tho Commons tonight GOUT ley Liberal asked whether truth in the cable dispatch stating that President Har reply to Lord j Salisbury had do dared tho intention of tho United States to deal summarily with the British sealers Sir John Gorst replied that the Govern ment had not received zlny such statement A 1UOT A TUCmSSUAU BUDA PESTJI July it con tained tragic elements tho town is laughing todayat a singular riot the re sult of a free exhibition of the trousseau o of TluraTaxis Sixhiindrec women demanded admittance in body Mul when ro fusod tho ohtiie forco of females attacked the placo audushors A force OJ mountedpolice were called and their clat tering down terror to the women who madoaribther rush for tho door trampling todeatbin thoirhasto and fright two woman andseven children A Rich Silver the Iron 3Imes CHEYENNE July to find of silver ar a dQpth of 110 feet is reported from the Michigan cop per mine in the Hartvillu dred miles north The extent of the lead amatter of conjecture as it was struck while prospecting with a diamond drill and a vein of talc prevented perfect coring Too Stein an old and wellknown minor of canon has struck pay dirt in Ger many A wealthy relative has loft him a fortune Ho owns some of the most prom ising claims in camp having a fair lead of galena He will undoubtedly develop his claims as soon as he returns from tho East The work of developing1 the Iron claims is being pushed as fast as the means of the owners allow The Sugar Loaf Company is finishing their tunnel with a double shift The Natural Bridge Sold GLASGOW July Natural Brlclgn property has been sold to a Massa chusetts syndicate for It was pur chased H C Parsons and a son of James G Blaine Ignatius Donnelly Threatens Dismp O i lion in tlie Interest of Harmony HOW HE DOWNED HIS OPPONENT An Editor Nominated for Governor Murphy Will Become Leader and Grant Will Seek Ten nessee Democrats should bo permitted to bo sold on the grounds Mr Cochnm yes but he did nor think there oujrht lo bo any bar the of liijuor belni confined to the cafes us iu the Centennial Exposition where Mr Coeh ran and Mr Wideunr declared they did not iemiiiuboi ever seeinp in intoxicated person The committee will not do much more until next week although some informal hearings may bo held THE RECORD OF CRIME lALVATORS REIGN IS OER Banquet Is Sow tho King of the Turf CYCLONES AP FLOODS THE MAST DEVASTATED BY ANOTHER SEKJffiS OF STOKIJIS A Yacht Run Down and Fiye Persons Family Uurnt to Another Lake Popin QUEBEC July 17 At 2 oclockthis morn a fire broke out in the barroom owned by De Lanmnge Quletto After tho fire was extinguished it was discovered that a family of live consisting of Pierre Meranda wife and three burned to death in aii upper room THE JIINNMSOTA STORM ST PAUL July Another heavy storm visited several parts of the State yesterday evening At Reading and Lake City the heavy rain is thought to havo done damage to crops Marl nova little town near Stilhvator as well as Stillwater itself was reported wiped put bat the latest advices contradict that The worst eilect of the tornado was in North St a suburb of this city where it played havoc with property fora few min utes but fortunately no loss of life resulted Tlio storm struck there at oclock and for a few moments the southern limits at the irburb wrapped iu cloud mist clriying before a gale with cyclonic conditions A large orb wd of peo plo had been on the lookout1 aucl there was the wildest storm veered oil to the east and ipassed1 on A twostory briclc btvllding gether like aneggshell ably Teach 810000 July arid rail storm struck Monrooyjllev this sounty tonight doing kill at thei THROUGH CARS TO RUSSIA r The Defiant Chootaw Lottery July 17 fTKinuXE DJspainjh Francisco Chronicle It that the proprietors of the Chootaw Orphan The German Question Decided INDIANAPOLIS July is popu larly known as the German question was doolded by Judge Howland the suit of Theodore Sander against tho Board Of School Commissioners or tho city of which tlio Court was asked a mandoio requiring tho board to havo Germatv taught iu graded public schools Judge Howland holds that German bo taught that the School Comruis slonors have no discretionarypowers iiVitho premises and cannot abolish the teaching Of languages in any of tho lower grades of thopublic schools The Kansas Crop Failure KANSAS Cm July dispatch to an evening paper from Kansas City says The condition of cprn grows worse and worse Hot winds blow yesterday and today caiwing groat damage in those sec tions the StateL which havo had ho given up hopes of harvesting liny crop at all At best there is nomoro than half otthe m State that In many the are marketing their hogflr fearing that they haveno cornto feed them New York and May Be Cotrnected by Kail NKW YORK July San Francisco Chronicle They can talk about asa1visionary arid impractical crank and a mild lunaticall they please come it isjiot so either recognized as a thoroughly sensible though bold engi neer So saidWill Pueblo at tho Hoffman House yesterday afternoon been for two yearspast with his nuclei exGovernor of Colo rado In atour on the Northern William Gilpiu serious dbstnaio in the way of building a railroad which shall join the UnitedStates andRussia by way of Siberia Eehring Strait Alaska and British America You that my uncle wont with General on his through tlio and fwas the first to a the coriti nent was hot only praoticablo but inevitable It is qu ito easy b uild th at shall unite tho present systems of the Pacific railroad to Alaska irabnt has alrcaciy run through Siberiatb The dif ficulty is in libs an toYhold New York Jbe1 and piersOti erect July Dispatch Series jrAnother iri v ANOTHERBOBY RECOVERED July body was found his morning that of a little girl named This makes 101 iecovered is believed that all are out of vater A BARGE CUT IN 1WO evening at as tlie steamer City of Detroit1 withan excursionparty aboard was aiearing her steamsteering apparatus gaveipu n some unaccountable manner andishi iheored about and ran steam bargi cutting bur completely in twi imidships Captain Flck and p ovetitocn wore rescued by and aohtsthat the vicinity of the aeoi entat tlie time Judge Nichols of Batavia excur City of was se erely injured by tho breaking of soino hrouds and three or four other passen ers were slightly hurt Tho City of Do damaged to the extent Tho was valued at is a totalloss PENNSYLVANIA STORMS PHILADELPHIA July severe wind storm accompaniedby heavy and lightning passed ovor city thii evening The windblew a hurricane and considerablodamage was done toproperty AtLandedale aterrific thunder and hail storm flooded the streets Im passable John Glemmers barn by lightning and entirely con sumed Several in At men were killed by lightning Dispatches from Morristown and Lockhaveh report aheavy storm with damage to property j A FATAL DECATmi July a two Indianapolis De road today and an unknown man killed and Robert V seriously were in charge of the trotting horses liealty owned by D Larabie of Deer Lodged wcroon their way w Ebalty ruare will never trot again Tiro was unhurt A YACHT OAJtDEN Avas very severe in this yacht containing vfive and boys was overtarnod in the river Oneriruan drowned and the others rescued difficulty cptta works at Boa Shore worestruck by lightning rand badly SOUTH cyclone swept over Hellertdwn this even Hotels were unroofed and church steeples blown dowii The Heller Agricultural Works wore molished sustained severe bruises instantly killed passengertrains pn the Lehigh aiid both narrowlyescaped Thotrains had to fool their queritly stoppingto allow poles and j trees to be tracku PEOPLE UTIOA N collided with the near Albxandria Of the of five PeinberCbnjV Bfis D the ho to bfbss1 lisiwr rerices of the aybid tlie coliisibnv NEW YonK July Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Series cnr renfc niimbur of the fol lowing The fact that Richard Crokcrhas boon in consultation with Chairman Murphy of the Democratic State Committee a significant aspect to the politicians and the friends of the two gentleman They have it that Mr Murphy is to be the partys candidate for Governor and will shortly take up hisresidence in Ncvr York so as to take Grand Sachem Crokcrs place at the head of the Tammany Association while ho is abroad in search of health As for Mayor Grant being t candidate for reelection Che knowing ones believe that it is a fixed and Mr Murphy approves tho programme Those who know the inti mate relations between Chairman Murphy and Mayor Grant expect a more compact bond to be nuido in the fall This will be nothing moro or less than the marriage of Mr Murphys daughter to the handsome young Mayor of New York No one seems able to tell the day of this event but there are signs that the preparations for it are being made on a quiet but elaborate scale THK MINNESOTA AGGREGATION ST PAUL July At tlie Farmers Alliance and United Labor convention this iirst business was the report of the Committee on Resolu tions which was adopted It demands that tlie war tariff bo radically revised esjjecially denouncing theMcKmluy bill as tlie crowning infamy of protection de mands Government control of railroads ravors an increase in the volume of money ami demands tho free coinage of silver The first ballot for candidate for Governor re sulted Ignatius Donnelly 172E J Hall 17U Knit to Nelson fiG Daniel Buck 37 General J Baker n Pinkham and Gamble 3 each Owen RahlJly Herringto and Armstrong 1 each Tho afternoon session was exciting in which there was some expressson of bitter ness on the part of a faction of the convention bu the ticket finally nominated was said to bi fully acceptable to there are those whodoubtit Thefirst ballot of th afternoon resulted Hall 232 Donnelly Busch 6 Barley 5 Dal ryraplc 7 Upon the announcement ofthe took the iloor in the Interest of harmony He believed the nomination of Hall woulcl be inadvisable and would re sult irijiiriously to the Alliance Hall had publicly by ordering him to keep awaj district convention and His would not for get it Ho advis able and proposed as a compromise candi date P P Hallreleased his friends from supporting him and favored a compromise candidate Auy result would be wholly satisfactory to him Finally aftfcr much confusion the roll call was resumed Few votes wore cast for either Ball or Donnelly and the current in the direction of S M Owens edi tor of Stock and Home published in Minneapolis When it was apparent that a majority ha boon cast for him Gencs Baker moved that the nomination be made and tho convention so ordered Donnelly made a speech vrarmly com character and standing of the candidate Without further1 trouble tho ticket was completed as follows Lieuten antGovernor 8 G Browns Val ley State M W Esenbcrg of Duluth State Auditor P H Eapilly Wabasha county State Cashier EriQiMatterspn LacquiParlo Attorney J M Burlingame After providing for the election of an ex ecutive tho first political con vention of the Farmers Alliance and Labor Organization of Minnesota adjourned EKE TENNESSEE NAStrvnvLE July the Democratic State Convention this morning five ballots for Governor were taken with no material change Patterson gained slightly at the expense of Baxter and Taylor SUNDAY AT THE AVORLDS FAIR A Double Murder A jMothcrinIiaivs Tale PKACH July Sorlos YcsLerdny intelligenoo was roceivod hero of a double nmrder which took about i niuo miles west of here on July 1Uh O T J Slums shot and killed V Timms md a woman that wont by tho name of Sturns accused tho woman of opening his trunk and blows passed between thorn Tho woman told Timms of tho trouble and they started to tho house to punish Sturns The latter made very littlo resistance and the trouble would have ended hero had Timms not attempted to chastise Sturnss younger brother and aged motner When Timms struck Sturnss mother it aroused tho n tiger of young Sturns beyond control and seizing a Winchester rifio ho shot Timtus through tho baso of tho nock Timms wrenched tho rifle from Sturns iml shot at him twire but was too weak to aim true Sturns ran into the house and seeing a snotgun grabbed it and started to run again and in dodging around the house ho came upon tho woman and it is supposed shot her ns a gun shot was When other parties rushed to tho scene of the troirblc the woman was found to be dead having boon shot in the side Timms was found a few foot from the woman drenched in blood Sturns has been arrested is now being held at Paragould to answer to the charge of murder A STORY CAJUDEK N July of a sensation was created here today during a hearing of Joseph Dunn by his wife with illtreating her Mrs Anna Dunns in a sworn statement chargesher daughters husband with being concerned In the murder of Annie Lcconcy who was round at her homo uoar Merchantvlllo some months ago with hen throat cut Mrs Durham sweurs that Dunn THE CAUFGRNIANS RECORD BEATEN Mile and a Quarter Made in Thousand Dollars Of rered on Sunol Against Belle Haiu Downfall PARK July to the gentlemen who hold tho watches on the Momnoulh Park rneo trsick tho record of nmde by Sulvator for a mile and a quarter was broken a second and n quarter by Kan tho winner of tho Stockton stakes today Doubt as to tho correctness of this expressed by many who wit nessed the race it being argued that tho timers dd not catch tho start before thfi horses had run a sixteenth The raco was on a straight course and tho horses when T hoy stood ut tho post eould not bo scon with tJic naked eye By the aid of the glass they eould just bo distinguished but the dust of tho traok interrupted even a view with glasses No fractional time was taken Threefourths of i won Lady Eel second Kino Ivook third Time stakes 2yoarold fillies throe of a won Fancy second Sallio McClelland third Time 1 ill Stockton stakes mile and Banquet won Twinemcntsoeond Sir John third Time This is tho fastest time ever made in this country for a mile onefourth the best previous time bo ing Snlvjitors made Shoepshoad Bay in the match with Tonny Banquetis Tavisten second TheCommitte on Organization Think the Gates Should be Open PHILADELPHIA July TRIBUNE Dis Francisco Tho SubCommittee on organization of the Worlds Fair Commission got down to work iri a thoroughly busioess manner this morn lug Messrs and Harrison were both oh hand promptly and the work ot the cotuniittee began with a statement by Mr he yesterdaymet Director General Goshorri in New York had as to his willingness to accept the position of of the present enterprise Wideuer said he conld be induced to accept especially as the Commission is umiiumously Thomas Cochran who was chairman of the finance committeeof the CejiteaniarExposi tiorii was then asked a number of questions regarding tlie manager of that He said he thought the DirectorGeneral like thejcbnjniander otati aimy ought to be givenalmpst autocratic management ofthe fair and he thought General Goshorn would be just the place as he was not only a good but a great harmonizer Atthe inaiiagemeri of Cochran thoughtthere should je abeafl to each Mr Widener occasionally joined iu the discussion which general discussiciiTather ihdn Vti examination Tho opinion seemed ibpreyail that if the supreme power practicallir vested iivthc execu t4Ve sbmmittoo the r e i s no uoc ess Ity for so rn an y fommittiecs as have aheady been provided The Sunday was brought up Gochraiii romarkiug thattlie liavo been a greater finan ial success if it had npfbeeu for the six bay gelding 3 years old by Raynor dOr was formerly employed on tho Loconoy farm j dam Ella and is owned by Congressman and was discharged When ho camehomo j W L Scott ho was growlingabout tho money he re ceived He said there was plenty of money at the farm and that ho Intended to have some of it This was a weak boforo tho mur der of Annie Lccoiiey Two weeks after murder she says Dunn who had been away dressed iu dilVerent clothes He told hy that ho had some of the money andthat tho rest of it had been paid to to keep them silent The woman charges Dunn with being an inveterate thief and says ho has according to his own admissions been mixed up in more than one anirder Chalkley Lcconoy uncle of the murdered girl whose sensational trial lasting several the murderof his niece is well wasseen at the farm today He said he has of over hav ing employed Dunn and places but little laith motherinlaws story 3Irs Dunn was alsointerviewed She says her husband is a drunkard and has abusedher but she does not believe him connected with tho murder of Annie Leconey A DBNVJ5B MAN SHOUT July Frank Kellerman secretary of the German Building tion is short in bis accounts about lie has turned over to hisassociates about worth of property and resigned He hasnot yetbeen arrested Railway Capitalization The liabilities of tho railroad systemsof this country are They paid out last year They carry annually onehalf a billion of passengers with a very small percentage oil accidents They have increased their facili ties at a ratio onethird greater than the increase of population More than ono tcuth of tho entire population of the coun try live directly by railroads yet in spite of these facts which cannot bo contravened there is ever to be found rampant antag onism to railway interests In New Orleans the antagonism amounts to folly One does not require to beapolitical economist to arriveat the conclusion that tho benefits this city receivesdirectly or indirectly from the several lines road vanning into it are indeed very The idea has boon deep sown and taken good root tliat railroad companies are le gitimate prey of any one who can make thorn disgorge When an untoward ucci dent occurs that is detrimental to a railroad companys intoresty instead of awakening public regret seems to be prevalent that no evil could be too great that would lessen the The companies are only the publics fully recognize that fact and are willing to servants work Both servants and slaves havo surely one of those rights is Otlcans Evening News Belinda third Mile and oneeighth Sam Wood won Time Ponzanco second Brusels third Time Threefourths of ji mile won Fox ford second Boughrswn third Time 115 A Gil EAT SWEEPSTAKE HACK NKW YORK July pfB great sweepstake race to ftiko place at Monmoutb Park were arranged tonight jindthe public may souivcount oh seeing Siilvator Tonny and Kingston to decide the title ofKing of the The matter of distance is not yot settled It Is believed owner will and tho Association add Improved Service in Germany table of tho German rail roads and especially that of Prussia shows 4X vast improvement in express train service The stagnation which appeared to havo set led upon the country ever since jjrjvate was abolished has como to an end Tbq time tables of two or three years ago differedonly in the slightest details from those of 1878 today there is a vast improvement llf is a little hard to toll just the Outside criti cism probably hadsomething to do with it TLe initiative oaiiio from tho ministry of public railroad man thought that we go aster said weve ot to go lo and behold wedid o Theease with which the change las beencarried contrasting withthe attendant upon clVorts at astertirne Sb or America shows had beeji taking in fact the nat iral tendency 1 al monopoly whether in bvernmeut in corpora ions It to cer ain abuses but 3t same time reinoves t ifnottbe only guarantee of efficieHcy D EJldreace Branch Severalmiles of havObeen laid on he Florence branchbl the Denver Rio have a total length of It is being Florence near Canon City o nil Much bf the bridge been and thet will be ready for week Tor1 Abranch about two will proba ly apoint on the present line tocoal soon neVlinp to Silver CUnY along Oak Creek and also from a point riftarCaiibn creek Thepres bht washed away a number of vlt dani has Jhot since Mr thought Otherwise nd said that the closing niorethan any thing else and yirtually people From Wide tiithe a who 1cbuld i eighborli obd vsH o sai dh e was i nj j favor of niakingVSunday jir3S tho rs oi although GeorgbJI nvtfioi W rorfj OliginO t In r tllVAV i i iexpensesv lislil ngi The CloakrdAkcrs WASHINGTON PATIK WASHINGTON July feat ure of the day was tho Hyde Park stakes worth abont tho richest event of the West outside the American Derby The track was fast All agfcs mile and Aruudel third Time All ages mile Anne Elizabeth won Wary second Prophecy third Time Paric stakes Klngnaan Roy third won Prince third Time All mile and a won Bally Hoo second Time SOUTllKUN MAD Much dissatisfaction has been expressed by horsemen from the South and elsewhere with the way in which things go ing on at Washington Park during tbVpres ent mooting This dissatisfactionischiefly directed toward the running of a Chicago stable owned by George Hankius the well known gamblinghouso keeper His horses hsive been running in and out in the most remarkable manner and tho papers of tho city beginning with the expressions oi wild astonishment have come tooutrigJit denun elation throats made that uji less Hankins is expelled none of the South ern States will be represented hero hoxt season MORE MONEY INLOTS NEW YORK July H Scbultz the millionaire backer and horse owner Avho owns the Piukville farm on tho Connecticut announces that he will shortly sell all ills trotting horses and have his ex tensive farm and trotting track cut up into building lots A CHALLENGE NEW YOHK July Dispatch Francisco Mronfolc refer encc to the dispatch from Buffalo arienfi the proposed match between Sunol and Belle Hanilin the Turf FLcM and Farm oftoday will say The owner of Sunol Kobert Bonner is not a botthig ruan He made a wager in his life Senator Stanford who controls her this season is also opposed to matchmaking Mr Marvin the driver and manager of Sunol has objected 1X trot ting the groat fouryearold against aged horses Mr but be is persistent We now make prop7 ositiou he can cither or carry with him to the woods AlthoughthVtele graph reports that his handsome mare has just trotted a furlong in 14 is bettor than a twominute authorized to match Sunol against Belle Uamlin for a side onerhalf forfeit the winner to tnke the entire and entire gate money the track to bemutually agreed upon Hickolc will findthe money for Sunol The record of the is 13 seconds slower than the record of Maud 3 This proposition Jsopen for acceptance until Wednesday July A JOCKKYS ST Loots July caused thc downfall of one of the most promising jockeys who ever sported the silks furnished a sad story Iiv thePolice Court Throe years ago the name of Patsy7 Duffy wasknoiynJUi racinj the world over Today lie was charged with being an idler iirst made himself known in California where bis dash and generalship attracted the attention of Mr The boyVas and made tlie 1 summers racing as the leadingjockey in the Haggin stable He rode and won of the most of the On S Ben Ali he loft SeldJn both the St Louisand Kentucky He was a good judge of pace and and his daring finishes only by such shining lights sis I and Snapper making an enormous addltlbn to having the privilege riding stables hid no Even when at the pinnacle of his fame frequently in One day he appeared on St Louis grounds in an Population cVf Wyoming TovBtns report by S u pervisor Merrillfgiy esjthese iBgures for the one o f his horses entireSt esf roniv W6n OUM   

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