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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE EXTENSIVE Jn the CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT OF In tlia City VOL iss SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY M JULY 19 1890 TRICE FIVE CZARS Aon Won and Paris in the of Russia PARNELl HELPS IKE MINISTRY OUT who asked tc bo appointed to a position on tho police force Inferred to iuvyln a tn to dfray tho i of street oust from Wfishlugirin avenue read Tho I ft to be levied on real estate In the vicinity aflcouid to tho amount of On motion th orciinanco wan adopted ucian POWELLS PUN REJECTEI Tta IToIiriOfis Takes a Irfvo anfl A3 Koine Talhfl About ftalian X March TrtrnuxK Kjvn Vnnclsco of the leading agencies of this city and iaris have been retained by tho liusslan Oovernuiont as a result of Mio belief that tlnMlilufs of Nihilistrt have made tiiolr in those cities and Hroarrarig IIIK new plots against the Cxar and his It Is said mcont Icvelop rricnts made It certain that the head of the located Jn London that ho atoule furtfls at tils and that he IK In continuous correspondence by cipher with MJO Nihilist groups in lloniti Vienna Merlin New York and Chicjitfo an well as through out ft is also known that at least two oonfHroncis rf Nihilist delogaten have takfn pliMTi in since April for tho purpose of nioanurort calculated sryread terrorism tliroiighuut tho Cxars IAKNKtiJj IIMMS TliK MiNlSTJlY Tn the Carl ton and other Mvc the report Is fully credited thai the Intends to modify Halfours Irish Land 1iircliaio hill In accordance with IarnellYsuggestions and will embody dhtsjc fu a new draft of ho which will bo presented at thn meeting of 1arllauuuit h November The Ministers also Intend tn produoe ul fall session along with tho Liind bill a Local Government bill for ire land which thry hope will metit with the approval if Iarnull and his Colleagues Ptif nclls action has constantly lightonod mat for the Chamberlains letter declaring that the dissenters aru a very happy family hidood and In uocord with tins Conserva tives Is another boost tho almost ministry of Lord Sallrfbufy A KAVOHITK VltlNCK The Radicals arf going to raise a question in tho MOUSD of Commons with regard tho right of Hulutof Ildinburgli to imlargo this Admlrulty llousu at Uevonport without obtaining the prior sanction of Parliament The occasion will be by thorn as a ehaiieo to discuss what tluiy term tho HCJUI dalous jol of 1hls prhiros to eoiniiiand of Ihe Diwouport harbor and dock yard grabbing as the put it hocanso of its umoliiments and being put hi It ovor the heaflti eight adnilrals any one of whom had a better claim than tho Queens secondson to this Important and cJoHirabhi appointment Ills IIOMNJSHH TAKES A DIUVIl July hoi liscusslon tho Htateiimnts and tho oon lUiivatlons and denials which are now tilling tho air of Uomo with regard to the Iopefi1 drive on Tuesday are absurd In tlic hixhtst decree it Is quite true that Leo XI11 wunt outdf the of the Vati can on Tuesday and drove through the public but the greatly oxax the Importance of tho Incident Thoy Insist upon considering thu Iopols drive In the of a pollcul ovoitt which It Is not in any way Loo dosirinK to soo for himself in Its pres ent stale of developments tho statuo of Thomas Axuiuas which Is destined to lalorn the Vatican library quietly wont to tho studio of tho sculptor Aureli who is on tho work and satisfied hlnuiolf by looking at It Ho drove lit tho grout carriage and was preceded by two horse guards TH studio of Slgnor Aurell Is very near tlihuulaoes of tho Vatican so that the way vvns made easily and brletly without ris riiucli attention Tho rotilo pur or proving too hot for tho s o rid ura nco he ordered that tho bo nuido by passing tliroujrh tiio stroot In doing thlri ho happened jinss near a body of Itaiinn jruanls as a maltor of course the sol diers pityonted arms us tho Italian law pro they do as a mark of rospcvt to tho Iopo as a siyn that tho KJnj nnd Italian fJovernmont rofjjirti him and treat him personally with the Kioatyat cou Uesido this some persons knelt by tho way as tho Iupo passed as devout Koman Catholics naturally would do and tho Vofa blessod Mieiu Tilt ITALIAN KXODUS The Immigration statistics for tho year issued by tho ftalian show an increase in tho number of dojuut froiii larsye as to eauso much unuaslness in rtgard to tho avail able material ioimilitary augmentation in tho event of an n to the ariuy TiiO returns show that during the period mentioned nearly Italian lohoiors sought homos in oilier conn trios Of theso emigrated to the Arxentlno Kepiiblic and to the United Stiitosj the roinaindor going chiefly to Eng land AN MrSTKOTirXGAHlAN July Archduke Fordiiiaal nephew of the Kmperor and holr lo tho AustriaHungarian throne by adop tion hince the death of Prince Kudolph is goinsi to be marrlod in January to 1rlnfoss of Bavaria who is u of A J uly V leiuia ctjrrospottft ont of tiio Dailu Xvict says accord I nc to advices from liustohum rising is oruintiur in Bulgaria and bands led by Russians endoavor to enter the country iiumDob tudscha On motlon the Dcscrot ToIcKraph Com jiany were permitted to place a line of poles mi street and along TwentySixth to avenue The Stiporvlsof of Streets reported an outlay of expended OM tlic streets during tho past two wocks A rosoliitirjn asking that thesnrn of he appropriated for building a liospltal en glsio house and city jail ami asking that bo Issued Jhat amount was olTcrod by Councilman Casey Referred to on with In structions to report the samo at tho next regular mooting of the Council An ordinance was road regulating public grounds It contains a provision for the of public parks Tho ordinance was adopted on tho first reading A of Colorado Place addition was next presented and A position was received from the Ogdcn Natural Gas and OH Company nsking au thority to lay pi pus and mains tri all streets and alleys insido tho corporation Kcforrcd toCommlttoo on Public1 Grounds The City Attorney was ordered to tako tho nocossary steps to open Thirtieth street between avenue and tho Weber river bridge The Council tlion adjourned Senate Votes to Restore Segregated Arid Lands ffie REAM AND STEWART GO AT IT The Gcrrtlctnan From Texas Avoids Original Pack age Discussion in the House Democrat Denounces Such a at State Rights duty to remedy the The people of tho country appealed to Congress for action Pending further debate the House look a recess Nothing was done at the evening session Enioe raising the point of no quorum GUATEMALAS ATTITUDE THE DAY AT WASHINGTON TWO COXTJGSTKD ELECTION C ASICS DJJCIOJCD Tlio yorteml Bill ConKuIorod JScclprocity Armmdment to tlie San JOHO SltOM O To rod A ON Tuly Tho TTouRO Com Klcctions decided two moro oon tostod elections In favor of the Beiiuhiican Florida oaso of Goodrich Htillock docislon in favor of Goodrich and tho Wdst Virginia oaso of McGinnis vs Aldorwon In favor of MoGlniiis Tarn OH Knssel Soley of Massachunotts As sistant Secretary of tho Navy A B Nottlo ton and Olivet1 L Mpaultllnj IVlIohlgan iisslslantsociolarlosof thoTroas uiy M Hoinorvllllo Alabanni Low Is and Ferdin and M Spurt I IT Oregon ponural appraisers of niorohandise Christian W resis tor of UID land off loo at liulcpondonco Cai SAN IOSK LAN VOll WALK Thlrtoon proposals for thosaloof property for tho sito of tho public InnhllnK Toso California Imvo boon received at tho Treasury Thu prices raiiRO all tho way from A spo ol I of Bopartinont will bo sent to tho dllloront lots illurod Soofutury Noblo today rendered a de cision rejecting tho application of George Hcnintfto outer tindcrtho act of Juno 3 IS7S a of land in the VI fjtijla California land district which Issuid to ho covered hy Senator IMorco today proposed an aniond tnont to tho TariH1 povidinpfthat after one year from tho passage of tho bill tho rtfwldont In discretion may direct that tho flutloN oh Hiigur Imported tho laws now In forco bo tol in posed against any tuition or country falling to enter into ado qutvlo roclprooal relations with tho United States rogardliig the agricultural products of this tht Prosirlont isdiroctod to pursue such ncjiotlatlons as may ho doornod iiooossary to secure by treaty or othorwlso tin restricted entry Into any such country of tho agricultural products of tho Utiltod States THE K A inootlup of tho Republican monitors of tho Souato Oommlttoo on Prlvllogos and Eloctlons was hold todav to consider tho Federal Elootlou bill Tho cornmittoo ro fuso to say anything roproaontlnff the pro ooodlriKs Senators not members of tlie xi n dors tan il that tho committee will niuko very cousadorable changes in tho Lodgo bill und rocluco its length nuitori ully Ar ANACONDA TIKUP THE OQDKN A Full Attendance ftml able Business Transacted ittiUi July Special to Tho Council mot in regular sos siou last evening Present His Honor Mayor Kloiscl Aldermen rroshav Shilling and Whalen and Councilrhou Chup man Corey llurlbttrt Douglas Xoimor Turnor Huttk and Andeiv son MoNntt u full roster with tho of Alderman The minutes of tho previous mooting wpro rend nnd approved Recorder MoNutt thon sworn Inthonewly ejected school trustees By request of the thoy will moot this evening tc organ ic iho school board A petition was presented by one hundred or asking tho Oouucll to ap point niaikotIHHKSU at somo convenient point in the city fiofurrtjti to Committee on Laws A petition WAS rccolvod from Tonkins 10 bo appointed tp a posi tion on police force signed by H A ani BQVOU otliors Kotored Police Commission A petition wasresolved all Uiolabov organ UuiUcns iii the city asking of Lttstiir Parkuncl pavilion on Labor duy they bopermitted to run refreshment standa pu to Committee on S Grounds A i atiUon jecolved Tho Railroad Company Kef uses to Deliver Oro at tho Snioltoiv BITTTR July to Montana Union Kail road tonight discontinued tho clollvory of oro from Its yards at Anaconda to tho Anaconda srnoltor Trouble has boon browing bo tho Anaconda Company and tho Montimu Union a question charges for In tho smelter yards The Union claims to be for tho An aconclu at an actual loss and that it can not bo continued unless tho actual expenses of switching aro paid On tho other hand tho mining company contends that if the la losing money it is through thoir pro rata with tho Northern Paoitlo Tho matter culminated yesterday when a bill for some of tho switching charges was presented for payment It was promptly refused and the railroad company served uottcB thai thoy would stopv deliveries at C oclock tonight The smelters still running ou tho surplus oro lu tho bins but Mils supply will soon bo exhausted Unless tho UlNculty is adjusted both mines and sjwoUors will bo cdmpoiled to close down and 4000 mon will bo thrown out of employ JDUBOIS WASHINGTON July tho Senate after unimportant business consideration of tho Sundry Civil Appropriation bill was resumed the pending question being on the amendment repealing Uij irrigation provis ion in a like bill of October 1SS8 providing that reservoir and canal sites heretofore located and selected shall remain segregated and reserved from entry or Koagan continued hisargument begun yesterday against the amendment and in favor of the irrigation scheme initiated by tho act of 1SS8 Ifwas because ho could not bo used by speculators in public lands that war hud boon made upon him Docs Senator from Texas ascribe that motive to mo said aword about the Senator from Nevada nor have I had him on my mind I was referring to tho general subject and to tho fact that during the early part of this VDS of syndicates and corporations wore here urging a repoalof this law and threatening to bring tlieir power to boar ou members of Congress tho Senator name some agent of sonic syndicate have no doubt the Senator from Novacla knowsasmany of thorn as T do I have no disposition to engage in per sonalities either with agents or claimants or Senators representative of any syndi cate or of any portion of the landhas men tioned tho subject to mo at this session Tho only thing that has influenced mo has boon my own obsemitlon and protests that have cornc from having public land withdrawn market land sharks may have thought mo weak less sure loss devoted to tho public intovests than thn Senator Novadn and may therefore have ap proached nifMVhen they dldnot doomthey d n reel to approach hiiii i When we talk ol public scntlmuut wo nightto have sen timent of thocultivators of tho soil and not of tho land spocuUrtorsrAYho combine their infTueiico activity and wealth to mako mem bers of Congress beilovo their own Interest anil their own foolliigsaro those oftho peo ple AJlon said that within tho country desig nated arid region thoro was apopulation of between twoand throe nilllions groat communities had the guarantees of laws which had existed upto this time but suddenly and without a noto of warning twoHfths of tho area of thetin I tod States had boon reserved settlement In order to lines aud Tdrritorlul Imps would have to bo ob literated rights absolutely ig nored Ho earnestly protested against such legislation Allison said ho closlrod to put himself on record against any appropriation being made in tho direction of continuing tho Irriga tion survey Ho was firmly convinced that an immedlatO stop bo to that survey Tho result of its continuance will bo to involve tlio1 Government in oriormotis expenditures ancl ontanglOnYOht After further Cock rolS Tolltjr and was agreed to An item of tHo irrigating snr forengiavjng maps and for ofllco rent in Washington was Blricluin out and tho bill Allison giving notice that he would ask the Senate to re main in session tomorrow until it was com pleted A conforonco was ordorocl on tho lancMor foitiiro Adjourned v He Predicts n Hot Campaign and Counsels CITV Idaho July Special to The Governors Guard band a soronadc to Hon Fred T front of tho Overland Hgtel this evening O to tho lateness of the hour only a few of our eUizons attond anoo Tljo dcsigti of tho scrouado was to express in pait the kindly fcnlings of our toward Mr Dnhois for I is heroic tight in Congress for Statehood for Idaho Mayor A Plnney from tho balcony Of tho introduced Mr Dubois who responded most Iiaputly in a short speech fow years ago ho had como to Idaho wlth a dollar and not knowing a in it To him had belm bntvustod tho work of inuklng a fight for Statehood lie had done flouse i July The House Oom mlttco on Rules ropoHod a resolution pro viding that tho House slvall immediately proceed to tho oonsidetfitionof the Original Package bill Tho previous question to bo conisldorocl ordoicd Monday after tho read ing of tho journal that tho House shall consider the Bankruptcy bill the previous quesLioii to bo cohaidured Wodnes day altor tho roactln of the ilournal Beokinridge tho ques tion of consideration TboHouso yous 115 nays to consider therosoliitlon huudrod ancl twentyfourmombors wore announced as The rosokttibu Ayas modified so as to pro vide that approved appropriation bills shall not icousideratioii of tho two biJls Tho Original Package bill was tlieri taken up E Taylorsaid hadsu oh a blow been given State as tho ascer tainment under ther Oonstltutioh citi xens of 11 foreign State might thko into an other Stateany property that was a subject of conuiiorce and thoro soil it without lia bility of taxatiou preferred the House substitute hofOurod that its adoption would endanger tho loglslation consequently he advocated tho Senate CulbivKson said that if Iowi could prohibit the jmportatiou p iutoxicating liquor it tobacco and it could go fuVther tiuin guurantaeihg tho health and morals of citixens It could protect its corn production ugainst those of other States It won Id toamend the Constitution than it by make shifiS Adains flirt notbeliove a remocly for original salbou could in either proposutl easiuos Ho argued in favorofthp suUstifcuto dofiii ing an original of intoxicating liquors as a casocontuihliig not loss than a President Solicitude for Salvadors Welfare Ctiy OF MEXICO July Dis an Francisco Clinmiclc vjidor still continues in a state of excite ment General Ezcta lias within thepast week raised a forced loan among the people of Salvador creating as was discontent and addingmaterially to his un popularity which tho opposition are using to thoiiadvantage Exeta has a large force massed on the border of it is believed that it is intentionto invade that country The last named republic has men under arius on the Salvador frontier ready w repel any at tempted invasion It is said ihU Che are now not far diKtant from eaeli other sind a conflict may be expected at any moment IroskiCMt Uarrlilas in his proclamation issued on die 29th explains the position of Guatemala In speaking of the refusal of Guatemala to the Government BiuTillas says Not without reason the executive power with tho aid of public opinion and in accord with the unanimoiiH sentiment of the people of Honduras at whose head tiguros General Brpgan has not recognized the order of tilings established in Salvador because it is the product of an odius coup do main lit for tho dark To tho fate of Salvador we cannot be indifferent It is a sister repub lic It is leagued tous by the solemn stipu lations of union Its people are of tho most honorable and industrious of Central Amer ica J destinies ure thesrtme that are spective for all the Central American Isthmus being a boundary whoso events prosperous or otherwise are always reflected in Guatemala my government should be watchful for peace should be vig ilant for its own interest and should take measures as far as is put dowi anarchy and confusion in the iieighborint State which form a danger for the generous people of Salvador and a menace to all Cen tral America It is for that reason that my government lias placed a corps of observations on the frontier It is Cor thatrtason that acting wellbeing of all and especially on behalf of the prople of Salvador whose real rights and interests we shsill respect that this same government is ready to act as the circumstances may THE GRIMES OF A A Sneak Thief Carries Off the Tice Presidents Jewelry NNE TEXANS SENTENCED TO DEATH The Story of Mule Trade a FingerNail and n Men Killed Over a A Negro lynched AFRAID OF THE WITCHES Her Okl Woman Imprisons ibr Six Years N Dis Francisco Chronicle Elixa Streckor iO years old was ariostocl today oil complaint of thelocal Society for of Cruelty to philtlron which charged her with Anna thcTpiist six years tri Vher home Anna is nine years old and an only daugh ter and the motherdeclared had locked her upas from Mrs Streaker ago lost who was tho head with a stono by some Of his com panions while Ills way to school Soon afterwards her another portion of an accident Her troubles turned tho hoafl and shefinally imagined her daughter and under malign In fluenees To save theMittlo one from the fatal power she conceived the idea of keep ing shut np within doors Sho the back yard but rigidly kept from speaking to aiiotherchild A NJEJ1V POINT DECIDED A Sausage Employee1Allowed to Engage iu CHICAGO July decision wasren dered by Judge Tuley av case in volving a question said never to have beoii passedonbefore by a suit of Oppenholmer Co manufacturers of sausage casings Chicago and New York to prevent by injuction George Sayre a former employee from going business in Illinois and eighteen other States within ithree years fromvtho dabd he ceased to bo in their The consideration named in the contract was one dollar Judge Tuley decided that result of modern methods of it made no difference whether tho contract was as to one ov more States but as thecomplainant was only employed from week to week lie was made to agreo that for one one weok he giigchls liberty of action and practically hlsmeans oflivelihood for threoyearsi The injunction was dissolved A Sugar Trust Decision July general term Sup feme Court has a tho suit of Henry Receiver of the North lUvor Sugar Refining Company lor a dissolution ofthat andall othercompanies com posing thoSugar Trukt an injunction restraining all tho defendants from in any mariner dispos ingol cbmlnginto tlieir bands un der theTrusfr agreement The general term by tlie North Sugar Refining Com any State holding that has thority for acting in the case of other panics The Oil Company Responsible July thii questi matter of the explosion on the steamer Tioga today oil inspec that ad soy era times found on vessels shipped by the 3ufriilo and had notiiied of the fact butluui reply Agomt the Union Company said company deceivedby the Gcniiesseo CoJiipiuiy naphtha haying shipped as oil Tho Coroner ahrtounfcod that iho liigent hero of Company PAKIS July Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Series linger nail on one of tho window sills oC Kammols perfumery works led to tlie discovery that the establishment had been robbed Jules Labrum a young man employed there It was learned that tho nail o ono of his lingers was torn off Tho polic heard that he was hiding in his mother house to which they went to arrest him As they entered tho house Labrurn opene a window on tho sixth lioor and lumped iut the street killing himself Instantly THIS GOLD July A new itidiqtment was found by tho grant jury today against John oxdrive for the United States Express Company charged with tho theft of a Si gold biu Indictments wore returned against thro other persons and one of Ehrct brother arrested this THIii VICEPHKSlDENTi llOBtJEO SARATOGA N July noon sneak thiovos Bliss cottage here and got away with ton thousand dollars worth of diamond jewelry Tho cottage i occupied Morton VieePresidenti of tv Uiiitfid States and his partner anc their wives A reward of one thousand dollars is offered for the recovery of tho jewelry A NEGRO TAXCMED FortT WHITE Florida July negro named Green Jackson was lynched yester day by tho neighbors of Mrs Kober Tritchard a white woman whom he hat outraged NINE T15XANR SENTENCED PATHS July in the Federal Court today sentenced to Charles colored for the rape of his stepdaughter and J F Lawrence J B Chamberlain 0 j Cook Silas F Freease John Jackson 0 E Cook C Ball and K E Uouk for complicity in the Cross murder SHOT HIS ORANDSON PRINCETON N July aged farmer named Georgu Dullield living noai liarlingen today shot dangerously wounded his grandson Oscar Bodine and tiseii suicided with a razor POUK SHOOTBRS MONTGOMERY July Advertiser special from Tuscumbia says John A Steele John Goodwin and W P Challcn engaged in a shooting affray today was killed John Goodwin seri ously injured Tom Steelo slightly wounded and a bystander Traeoy Abcrnctliy had an arm broken by a stray Sliotgun and pistols were There was much ox citGmerit but all is quiet to TBAGJSBy OVER A MUTYE SAVANNAH July Guybon to day 11 G Norton son of a physician of this city shot killed two brothers named Willie and John Bird Yesterday young Norton and Willie Bird traded mules Today Willie Bird accompanied by his brother John went to Nortons place to got him to trade back1 Norton refused and John Bird drawing a pistol told Willlo to break open tho and recover the mulb At Norton shot the Birds has fled ROBBERS CAUSE A COLLISION VAN WERT Ohio July bold at tempt at train robbing was made lato to night on the Cincinnati Dayton Michigan Railroad Three men boarded the engine of the northbound passenger train at En terprise Ohio and attacked Engineer Van deender and tho fireman with hammers knocking both senseless They did not succeed in stopping tho train however probably owing to the pluckyfightmade by trainmen and jumped oil before reaching Van Wert Tho engineer and fireman were both lying sonse lessin the cab of the and the train which should have stopped at Van Wurt station rushed through the yard at a rate of twentylive miles an hour Here it collided with a switch engine and Engin eer Vandcvchder was found dead in tho wreck Tho fireman is still unconscious and learned whether the engin eer the train robbers or met death None of the passen injured CAPITAL rose mod the attack and called Therewas nearly i bloody fight between rho friends of ihc i wo men and a duel is eomidenrly looked for A A British FOR DIPLOM LSI in rogaru to tini warships 10 j UeJirinsr Soa Tho i AdumaPs Views on Soiirinji1 Sen Troubles YiCToniA l July British gunboat ihigship of the North Pacific squadron with RijarAunural Lath am aboard arrived hero yesterday The Admiral was intervitMVoJ iu regard to tho suggestive movementof Canadian vessels in tho Admiral nut yot had an opportunity to complete a of tho mass of corres pondence that awaited him hero but siaud emphatically that he had us yet received no to scud any of iho fleet to the North to pvoteet vessels from seiz ure by American cutters or to retake any that might be seixed in Behrlng Sea He considered the matter principally from what he of it in the press purely one Ar diplomatic negothiMons lie yet to lonrn what new phase itself that would suggest the possibility of war ships bying required to take a in the adjustment of the A THBILLUG EXPERIEHCE Seven Persons Rescued from Death by Heroic Firemen A WESTERN UNION BUILDING BURNED The Xevr York Headquarters of tho Associated Press Destroyed and Valuable Archives Loss Will licuch a Quarter of a Stillioa ho could and tlio results wore bofore people As touching tho coming cam r Dubois said it would hotly contested oiuv and counsoletl harmony of Pcrsoiinlisics should bo suulc iu the good of tho party At tho oldso the cnoers with Million Acres Opened IClsroviSHEti T TM July tol urrJvort at bolwocn Indians andtlio Ghcrpkeo This lands in soverjilty inili lions in cash millionto bo lofjb with J6uiiv Vf tho Gbvftr fi vo cent In iIt ten thoIiidians thotreaty opous four million acres of Kocd judgo was ovorrviled by of the Supremo Court spoke in favor of the proposed legis If was to be given tho people from the wrong and evil to society growing out of tho of the Supromc Court 3c lay Iii tlio dircction jjointed out by tho ponding delegated no power to tlio State They a power Idologated to Cdngroris to regulate commerce amongst th o SliU Os Henderson docision reiir dorcd by that court had decided tlifb soul was a proper artioleof liioroiiiindfee Jiud so excited the people of the original package decision would j fail to ofthe court but ho sitdown with folded until tho promo lihb It of P Liouor Questibri JiiLy the sixieeiitli biennial session talkedrof liqupr ypuoktion was that the decided tlu Di renters th isviy on i us ti x ed the liilee t that they cduldnpty accept it waapYtssod such cTianges ithbuglit theordiiianccac eeptablel kiid i be siiibmjtted to Ivhe Council iitiCstirst naee still oiie thp tionot remedy uiui the Court goutlemQiv tihi iS uprcme rt I lievotuiato bolioveit your A incrican Capitalists Form a Stockyards Company BOSTON July official announce ment will be made tomorrow of the incor poration tinder tho lawsof New Jersey of heChicago JunctJoii Railway andUnion tockyards the following directors Oh arm coy M 3on rJohn Quincy Adams Boston ex UnitedStatesMinister Edward Turlington Vermbnt William J Sewell 3aaiden John Hoey Holly worth N president of the Adams Express Ctrai Frederick il Winston Chicago Hon Hugh O E Childers London lave Chan cellor of the Exchequer Francis Baroti of Blake Coisserain London Bernard T BoKanquott Director of the yloyds Bank London Adolph Yon Andve of Mendols Co ikeis London The trustee for the register of transfer isthe cutral Trust Conipaiiyqf New York capital stock is This stock will be fully paid In pasu and will be non iisscssabieand the stockholders will have personal liability whatever Tlie Hulrison Carriage JRnm Into CArsWAy Nv July Hdrrlson and IJcKce esdaped serious last night ou A boyr divyhigadog cart control of whichdashed niadly thestreet TJVe cart swerved narrowlymissed overturning Harrison carriage The into au iron awningpole and plate pavefiient bleeding profpsely and the sightof blood Mrs McKee Sho hoTvever their i Scheme y Xa ly if threeliundrbd tlvo n sariil es of r 5 land i u tii is to collocting th ewaters f rom the ns ohdttwtcd itjiencie ijipithe land WORK BEFORE SONGL SHK MAY AS TJIli BUFFALO SIAK5S obort Bonnor Is Jubilant Over tho Pros Suit Boys Career of Conquest iu July Vrancisco Chraiitelc Bonncr Is jubilant over tho of a match between Sunol and liollo Hamiin lii conversation with a reporter last night ho said We have is yet received no reply to our challenge from there is every probability that a match will tako place Tt is all but certain that Sunol can play with Belle llamlin an old inaro with a record of In fact I air confident that Sunol can lower tho best records ovor niario anywhere excepting Man A 2 About her abilityto bent Maud S I am doubtful Is somethingplso I onirht lo tell said Bonner with a twinkle in his oyo It is exceedingly probable that Sunol will try conclusions with Axtoll before wo are many months older Axtoll as you are aware Is owned by a syndicate Negotia tions with this in view have been for some time in progress and there is every prospect that they will bo brought to i satisfactory termination with tho result that wo shall havo probably tho greatest match of recent times I cannot say as yet what will bo tho value of the stake or where tho match will take place The mare can go on tho track at any ypu an Idea of how good she is will show you a let ter just Mr Bonncr their read Mr Marvins letter In it Mr Marvin said that Snnol had im proved amiforty pounds that on Saturday sho did an oasy ploixsing him and that she was in fine Ax tollsrecord added Mr IanVas certain of Sunols ability to boat as am of owning lior In fact she has possible superior in the AVAJSIUNCITON PARK NKW Youic July Western TTnion Telegraph building caught firo at 7 oclock this morning The distributing room ou tho fifth lioor tho operating on tho floor above tho Associated Press rooms and tho restaurant OR tho ninth lioor wore completely dostoyed Seven lives were miraculously saved A few minutes before 7 oclock tho operators began to arrive u go to work Soon as tho imoko was noticed Night Man agor Tobin criod and iu a moment all tho men in tho room jumped for the hand which Jinujr about tho walls These thoy began to throw down the hole whero the llamos wore The contents splashed out when tho glass broke the liquid sput tered alittlo as it met tho fire That waa all the visible Hand grenades could not light a tire like this Tobln called a messenger boy to go down nnd send hi in alarm As soon th boy started down the operators un rolled a hose wheel which is kept at tho south side of the floor always for no emergency of this kind They unrolJed tho hose nnd then turned thn water on It was apretty rood stream and It looked at first as if it would boat tho waves of lames out of oxistoneo but it did not Tho only effect it seemed to have was to make the flro spout up hisher and it was noticed that tho smoke came rolling one of tho big hole In greater volumes than before s The operators worked tho hose until tho smoke beoamo so thick that thoy could not soe where the tire was Tlie ladies of the day forcowho had arrived kept cool and tho operators worked like beavers They soon found however that their efforts were use less The elevator man had brought the elevator up u tho fifth jloor and women went in tho car with the men Thoy begun to realize by this tinio that the tiro was going to be a more serious affair than at first thought When tho last few mun crowded into tho last car they ware just a little bit frightened As thoypassed the Moor below the holo a wave rolledover them which made their throats dry and parched and as the oar proceeded down lirebrands foil upon them and burned their clothing When tho car reached tho bottom they were all enough to ffct out Not until then did thcso men that escape bad almost been cut oft1 and it is not on record where men worked so hard under such fearful circumstances and against such odds as did those thirty men By this time the llamos had reached the the ttistributJnR room and were s thclr why through to the WASHINGTON KK July and upward i wherethe instruments that were con Laura Davidson won Louis Eli N third Time mile and a wow Lena second Nina Archer handicap of JESS throoquarters of a won Bramblebusli second Yosemlte third All mileandaquarterLongshot won Al Farrow second Nave third Time Helena Js Conquered HELENA Monk July to THE today Salt Lake 10 Helena 0 and Lloyd Keas and Grotty The Pinyors 15rotherhood Tho Philadelphia brotherhood won oasy victory from Buflalo this afwjruoon Attendance 800 Pliiladwlphia 022052 0 000101002 Philadelphia Buffalo 10 Philndolpliiii 3 IJtnTalo 5 uid Millisnn Mack Gall uey and Sheridan NEW YOIIK The local Brotherhood team outplayed Pitts rg at every point this afternoon Attendance uo New York 0 0 1 0 7 0 10 Pittsburp 0 0 1 1 0 0 02 New H Pittsbnrp 5 Krrors4 Kcw York 1 Tittsburp Crane and Vaughn Carroll lergusou uud Holhert The Brooklyn Brotherhood Club easily defeated leveland Aticnlancu rooklyn 0013121 0 0 00 Brooklyn 0 Cleveland II Brooklvn 1 Cleyeliuicl 2 Sowtlers Weyhiiig and Breuiiau Matthew Lynch BOSTON The Boston Brotherhood defeated Chicago n a sharply contested game this afternoon At tendance 4000 Joston 0 300002 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 Hits 14 Chicago II lion ton 4 Chicago 7 Gumboil tnd Murphy Jartson Farroir and Boyle Knight nd Jones The NationaJf The local League club had everything own vay with Chicago todny 3000 104002007 0 000 1 02 Philadelphia 9 Chicngo 5 Chicago 5 Vinkerv and Clements and Kitt jdge TUe Brooklyn Lengue by their heavy batting incl almost a AUendance SCO 0 0 1 0 13 11 07 0 5 0 2 0 Y IS ittrburg 1 Cojeman Osbortle Lovett Daly aud Bushong Lynch NEW YORK The Clevfjlaud Leiigue club playedtwo games one Attendance at both p 3 0 19 0 1 1 0 020 York Cleveland 10 Cleveland t5 Bealin aud Zimincr Quade Second 0 Rusic Lincoln and Zminicr 0 2 0 JfcwYoTk 13 S 7 ew York 3 Cleveland Chirkc i et today 3iwtoh 3 4 0 0 0 1 09 iincinbati Q 2 0 v 1 if 0 0 J 03 Boston II Cincinnati 3 Cincinnati t 1 2i the wires that distribute tho MOWS throughout the country wore lodated In less time than it takes totell it this entire floor was ablaze and the ex tending to the floor above on which tho Western Union Companys restaurant is located Here were four men and three women cooks aud waiters in the restaurant who had been forgotten in the excitement XII means by this time had been cut off whereby those persons could escape They were not aware of their peril until smoko rushed up tho stairway leading from the operatingroom in volumes Ono of the men finding no possible meansof escape downword rushed for the scuttle hole in the roof The was pushed oil and the prisoners climbed to the roof Flumes were shooting outof the front windows and volumes of smoko puffed heavenward When the great crowds on the streets saw the men and women rush out on the roof a cry of horror wont up forIt did not seem possible that they could be re covered The women pcreamed and wrung their jiands and the men yelled For Gods sake do something to save A long ladder was placed against the rear of tho burning building It did not reach within fifty feet of the roof Undaunted how ever scaled the ladder rad threw a rope up It was caught and ttedby ono of the bravo girls The firemen pulled themselves up hand over hand until they reached the top and amid cheers from tho thousands below they Jot tne seven down to places of safety It wasaccomplished just In time for the flames jmniedlately burst up through cornice and soon enveloped the roof Tho tower of the building was caught up by the flames The entire upper part of the building was gutted and every instrument and wire ren dorod useless How the lire originated no one seems to know but sur mised that two electric light wires became crossed first flooring on fire Had the fire broken out an hour later the loss of life might have been enormous Fully TOO girls and moti aro employed on these two floors Theofficers of tho Asv sociated Press suffered rather any of the others in tho great building The ruined operating room rendered every Wes tern Union wire on Manhattan Island use less so the Associated Press opened head quarters in Jersey Every facility is being afforded tJiem by the officials of the Pennsylvania Railroad before the lire was undoi control the various eirr cuJts of the Associated Press werela active operation No exact toe given In re gard to theloss but it will beheavy building of the Western Union had been for many years one of the great and imposing iandmarks on lujrisliUod with offices on the five lower floors which are occupied by some ofthe greatest railroad magnates in the The vast system of Pacific railroads is op erated throughjnstructions Western Union building and I there are private Jay Gould Sydney Dillon V Norvin Green and others who ous through thelength and breadth of the laid All above the sixth floor was destroyed The fifth and other floors belowwere soaked with water The battery and storage occupied the sixth floor the operating Toom the seventh of the bookkeeping department tho In the ninth the the Associated Presscases typowritiTTS furniture and all papers and records dating ai vsiiuatilb reference parable All of the material a of the growth of in tainedin letters boolcs stroyed general maii collected irilEurppe posed secure In thisfireproof v   

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