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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE MOST EXTENSIVE Jn tho Kooky Mountain V CIRCULATION EXCEEDING the City Combined VOL ISO SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY JULY 21 1890 PRICE FIVE CEXTS projectors of rnr Cliturpriso nnd wo hivc no iomn hm factory a paying In Gtrmuny is puid for JH of wi piy 0 cunLh foiKid joini1 Ju foreign fac j lories the pay of lhc cliKiin srllicfl rnnn is cfnls L day Tho Company has on a Iot1 uici laborer but it teener tljjuro Mum that may hn olfcrcd As tin maim Iacturin season tin farmers have tu do yoimjr could bo secured fruru country fur u day ALWAYS A SCALPERS THOUIiLES Senator Kaya Polygamy Wrong But Must Not Silver ary Turill Debute the Sciiuto Is LAICK LAICK TarouNK HrrnEAr Foiirtccutli Ht Itiod t 1 July M JSf0 The debate in Urn over iho Indus trie I ITrmo iUm makes very spicy In todayH Hwml Vent will probably pcrusul least or uiy Tho manmr in Senator Kdmuuds llayod tho Missouri plmy loft riothlng bo desired lcnad all who appro oiuto u Ih The brought up tho whole question of lejcbiUon against ijolysamy and Senator flcnoiincod I he laws pusand by Congress as inhu man but decljircd hiniMiIf opposed to polytf jtsell to which Senator Kduuindti re piled Mr T did nrft intlmato that believed in polygamy I Htatod and stated what i to bo true and It now out to be that he has Htoadily anl persistently voted every propostLlon that been to Siritto of the United States In recent years wince he been here to deal with polysamy in any form whatever f the Hwiiijr was really opposed poIyK atny as of ecurso he was us In says it oiJtfhl to punished and if he did not like the particular way of punishing it tlyib the OornmitLeo on the Judielnry reported as an earnest opponent of polygamy he with histfrent knowledge of law and oC af fairs have proposed some other way of pun ishing It I do nol remember thiittho Senator over proposed anything ot the kind T do not blame him for it He upon his judgment Ho is opposed to polygamy and thinks It a very great wrong and to use his phrase an absurd thirty But ho is like some of the Northern Democrats In Mrno of the late wai as T may call It to tflvo oironso to nobody who woro much opposed to secession Indoed but still Tiioro opposed to the United States tak Inp any steps to put It down That Is the attitude of my friend from Missouri on tho siibject of polygamy Tie Is very much op posed to polygamy andalways has been it if absurd and wrong and criminal and it ought not to be done but In respect to do lug anything about it by aflirmatlvo legls Idtlou lie has I believe voted steadily against any of tho that have boon proposed If I am wrong about that tho Senator will correct WOKIC Of TUB SIliVKIt COMMITTED GenoruL Warner has Issued a call for a meeting of the National Silver Committee at Washington on September 1st General Warner Is now engaged tn preparing his ro port of tho work of the eommlttoo during tho past year It will show the progress of legislation will givu a history of the Silver bill and the votes of Senators and Congress men on tho various amendments Tho com mittee Is distributing thousands of docu ments in lavor of free It proposes to enter upon a campaign of education in every Congressional district in tho West Last week Itpurchased speeches for transmission through tho malls rnUtee Is sanguine that in the Fiftysecond Congress there will bo a majority for free coinage strong enough to pass sueh a bill even over Lrosidimtial veto IN THK MKtfATfi WASHINGTON July 0 Associated the tarilV Is expoityd to begin in thti tomorrow aftiifnooii Tne Kopublioans lo not Inluml to engage in general douato on the bill the nemocnitio Senators will make the opening speeches The Kepublican members the Finance OciMiilttee have beon infiHined that tlie will not make a formal report lust the passage of the bill No effort will bo made thh wenk to sotuvo consideration of the River and Harbor bill but if tho tariff debate proves protracted tu biH will helaid nsidtinformally to por mit tho liivor and Harbor bill to come up bforv the Semite Nothing definite is deoidncl a Kepublican caucus upon the eleUon Broker IVIulTortl Propped by tlio Awsocirttion CHICAGO July Dispatch FranrLui Clironidn at taelimeut returiuLble wns issued by Judge Chair ion n Walker of tinInterstate Commerce Railway It grows out of tho fight jf tlu ticket scalper E A against the Americjin Ticket Kro kers dropped him from membership Ho bigan miitulamus eeedlrigs in Loiiisvillr some Lime ago to ho and iio began several damage This bniiight Hit an iiiterestingslory to the effect Una soon jittei1 tin interstate law wont into effect Mulford closed out liis business In Chicago saving that there wus no money In It Afterwards it is by Mio Interstato lijiilway bl3r cm of iiis inlima te with tho scalping to aid tho rail ways in stamping it iut ft Is asserted that hf was to receive a year but ho stuck out for the of one of tho minor in place of being the head of a secret bureau Nob being able to gain tms lie fiiit the associ ation ariri wont back tn but the ticket brokers hurl In the meantime thrown him out The Louisville Court directed a here to take tho deposition of Chair man Walker That gentleman refused to fuisvver summons however hence the lie Is not In tho city at present Y IMF PRISflF I nit 5 sSsaawL Why Many Americans 8id the Garden Party Not OEPEW HAS A PECULIAR WAY OF HIS OWN Ho Notifies Royalty of His and Is IrxvJiocl cans in Ailing Prince ol the Turks THE WORLDS FAIR SUNDAY TIIJI5 EXPOSITION TO DAY OPEN EVERY The Committee Also JPnvor the Salt Iro tost and Appoiil to Mio 1 In tho llouso tho programme boon partially ontlincd by tho special order ror tornorrow A bo tnkon on tlio ainondmints to tho Orulnat Package bill Tho bill will eomo next am oe thu tlnm until Thursday The Monw Coinuiitloo may reports on the ponding oasts HOSTllilTUSB Tho Guatemalan with CITV OF MKXIGO July publishes mi account of a batllo Guatemalans and Salvadoreans in San Salvador in which tho former vcro de feated with heavy loss The Guatemalan force nuinhered 000 GeinMal IJarruudhi a Guatemalan refuse his loft Oaxacoto fake part in tho war Ho will probably raiso Iho standard of revolt In Privale from Hint Salvador say tho San Salvadoreans captured tho Guate malan artillery in the battlo which took place Thursday It is rumored that Presi dent Barillas of Guatemala talks of resign ing CANADAS SUGAR IMjANT It Will Produce Six Million Tons a Your CHICAGO July TuiiuiNi Dispatch San Krauclsco Chronicle ap pears that tho ftwor has struck Canada and a largo plant for tho manu of tho product is to bo started in tho Province of Ontario E G of On tario was at thb Loland today He said It is not known at present in what town tho factory will be established That pluoo will bo selected that oilcrs tho best facilities There have been a number of attempts to start such factory in Canada buttho ef forts have boon rather weak Tho factory now planned will havo machinory for handling tons of boots a season This would yield about tons cC raw Tho consume tho productof ncros of land tho tillers of which iv got moro than for thoir boots amount will bo expendod for triuVsportatton The factories In Gorriuuiy have thoroughly inspected by the July Dis Francisco Chronicle preliminary metiMiigs of tho committee on pormiuiont of tho Worlds Fair GornmbBlon havo already developed sev oral important matters Ono is that tho committee unit In favor of opening thu doors of tho groat enterprise on tho Sabbath daya with tho provision that tho machinery shall not bo put in operation Another Is thai it favors tlio salo liquors nt the oaf6s and which maybo ostabllshod within the grounds Uhilo at cho same time It docs not bollovo in public bars As tho committee Is largely autocratic in Its powers and its rdport will bo accepted without question by tiio main body those two Idotist may bo accepted as prospective oortalhtlos At tho same time there Is no douht that tlioywill encounter a most stromious opposition finm tlio Sabbatarian element and the prohibitionists Any ono romombortt tho toriKlo battle which wagod by the ministers and laymen of all denominations against tho Sunday open Ing of the Exposition of 1870 will not doub for a moment that tho board o management of tlio coming exposition 1 cottain to encounter a tremendous broad ssulu of opposition coming ilom nil over th country Tho committee on permanent orgariiza tlnn howovor will bo llrm In Its opposition taking tho ground that tho educational hon oilts of Sunday opening will bo immense and that wlillo tlio machinery riocd not b in uporatlon tho people could walk about rost on tho benches listen to tho saorot concerts and enjoy generally tho grant sight sot beforo thorn So fur as tho liquor aspect of the question is concerned thu present proposition doo not beyond what was gruutod at tcmial Tho ntombors of tho coinrnlUoi wrjv nt Lung Branch yesterday and las tho guests of Jlayor Fitlorat Elboron coltago TJ11C APPEALED TO July Ab a largo meotlnghold in Farwoll Hall thi tiCtornoon resolutions worn adopted by i j rising vote that tho Legislature about to i moot in apodal session bo ro lUiistod to see to it that tho Worlds Oolum j binn Exposition bo closed on Sunday Tin j resolutions doc faro that the injury to tin city State and Nation of tin open Europoai Sabbath cannot bo estimated and that tho American institution Of a quiet Sab must not bo trampled in tho Tho example sot by tho Unitet Srates at Philadelphia in ISTii and by Pavif in ItsSJ should be continued and wo owe it to tho working people of the world and es pecially to those of our nation that this most precious boon u a rust day bo saved for Copies of tho resolutions wero forwarded to tiiu Suite Sennit1 and House of Represen tatives Governor Fifer President tho Commissioners of tho Exposition and Chicago Board of Directors Tlio meeting was under tho auspices of moro or loss Identilied with th fount Mons Christian Association and the Chlcturo Union Worlds Fair mattxis were not Mie primary objects of the gathurlnjr Tho resolutions woro introduced and adopted aftor speeches following upon tatenients made by Major White just ro turnod from London regarding the interest being taken across tho Atlantic In every thing pertaining to tho coming exposition Australia Needs Railroads xK July Tho Premier Intro duced In Parliament a Hallway bill provid ing for tho construct ion of 107 miles of country Unas and thirtynine miles of sub urban lines tho whole to cost besides a grant from tho of Fie said tho scheme was ueoes sary In order to meet tho growth of popula tion which the lust census proved was in creasing faster tluui the population America Tho bill was well received From Mecca to NKW YORK July Dispatch Francisco Chronicle ex cursion to Yellowstone Park and California under the auspice of the Mecca Temple Ancient Arabic Order of Cobles of the Mystic Shrine will start from this city to morrow Tn tho iunguago of tho order tho from New to San Francisco is a from Jlecca to and tho cities they will visit have all been christened with aii Oriental name Killed by Lightning JSfEW PKLBANS July sovoro rain and olootrle storm visitud this vcltv and vicinity this evening At Milnerburg the lightning struck ji shed instantly klllinc Victor Marohaud fatally injuring Edgar and severely injuring Edward Wil liams GentiloRoad a dairyman was killed in tho samo way and a man was surionslyinjured at Spanish Fort byan oloctfio shock TheHibernians Denounced July his sermon tho cathedral at Omagh foday Mac Nleco donouncod socrot societies He ve forrod especially to tho Ancient Order ol Ho said this sdoioty which ill America was seeking now mom and ho warned all Catholics having anything to do with tho July Snn Francisco Chronicle of Americans who hung on to the last week of the season on promises that they should be invited to tho prince of Waloss garden party had to chew the bitter ond of disap pointment at the eleventh hour Fewer Americans were Invited this tirno than for some years Ohauncey Dopew got there all though it happened only after his arrival Ohauncoy takes pains to piornptly notify the friends of the Prince when he arrives in London and gets invited so mow hero at once whore ho moots his numerous friends who book him abend for dinners and parties during his stay Tho disappointment of those not invited was all the greater because tho 1rlnce deckled not to give his annuril ball this year Tho AniciJcan women presented atthe garden party woreMrs McGormick Mrs Joseph Chnmberlahi Lady Mrs Arthur 1agut Mrs Ronalds Mrs Adair Mrs Smith Harry Mrs Henry White Mrs Naylor formerly Jennie Miss lioaoli Grant Mrs and Miss Wlnslo Mrs Mackay Mrs Liidy Randolph Churchill Numerous Americans wero present at Mrs Marshall Roberts ball at the Spencor House tho following proved a hurrlblo crush The season for Americans Avill wind with Mrs McClollans at home next Monday night and Mrs Mc Kays party next Thursday David Dud ley Field at tot his tiresome la bors as cliairman oC the Peace Congress which attracted little attention except for liolva Loekwoods speech has gone away to get rest E H Harper with his Masonic friends Vrooman and lUirnham wero abun dantly fotod and feasted by the London Masonic Lodges who presented them gold medals bearing a blending of the British and1 AmeriCJin flags They departed for Paris tDnight Dr Tamos Maclano and Clarence Soward havo gone toParis Austin Corbin sailed for Now York today i Ho declined to discuss his plans for tho fur ture but said he had rutirod from the act ivities of Wall here purely for the recreation Wellinformed financier say Coiibin has not boon fooling away time In London but hatching a little sur prise to spring on the Reading people when ho gots homo From all appearances he only lot go of Reading in presently got a closer grip During his paid no at tontlcn to the social life of but de votod himselfstrictly to business Other Arnoricuns homeward bound include Sadio Marking who sailed on the City of Beatrice Cameron has engaged El anorCalhoun who appeared hejo two years ago in tho Soarloc to Olga Brandons place as the fasting girlJudah Langtry Is nearly woUagain and has been consploubus among riders in the park TWO DISCARDED WIVES Tho returnof the adolescent Lord Bunlo from Am free liimsolf if possible from his mesalliance with a disreputable concert hall singer lias started the rumor that Sherman oive of Now Yorks young 400 is also coming back with the in tention to release a declasse woman married hero a year ago This re port called forth fronvhis wife who is advertising for Sherman in tho newspapers alleging that his mother has abducted him Tho friends of Mrs Bradley Martin say that while thero is little doubt that ample evidence is obtainable against Shermans wife to secure him a divorce un der tho English laws still it could not bo accomplished without unpleasaut publicity so tho young man will remain abroad an other year and wnJfi until the woman is willing vo be bought oil in reasonable Her figure now is Martin re gards as altogether too much Ho is at present traveling intho interior of India He is now as miich disgusted with the woman as ho was infatuated when he mar ried AN AIMING VUINCE TITO Duko of Clarence eldest son of ihe Prince of Wales is in poor health and js frequently coinpolled to remain in bed for several clays It is assorted that he 3s suf fering from tho otlocts of his trip to India where the climate disagreed with him during the whole of his visit to that conn try His physiciatis are reticent concerning hiscondition bub it is wo 11 known that his health has been extremely delicate since his return and lie will probably go to the continent shortly t AX IHISIt FAMINE THREATENED The week has soon further ravages by tho potato blight in Ireland The Eev Lyons of the administration of Gastle haven in the diocese of Ross County writing under Thursdays date says in all the town lands of his parish that border on the sea tho failure of tho p6tato crop is complete Father Lyons acids that further inland tlu state of affairs is not altogether so bad but a continuance of the dry weather will be absolutely necessary to save any crop T feel quite I apprehend tho consociueucos tiiat are likely to ensue from this failure of the potato crop hero I see nothing less than starvation staring those unhappy families in tho s Distressing reports have also been re ceived from other districts of Cork Limer ick Kerry and Since they were written tho weather has been wetter than evoi1 and the blight must have spread to a frightful extent KIXG OSCAR KiugOscar of Sweden has sigiiificd his intention to attend tlio German na val maneuvers at Kiel is un derstood to havo beon invited by the Em poror RUSSIAN EXrLORERS IN CHINA Tho stopped a pnrty of in Thibet led by Captain GroTnlotchevski at Pola on tho border of tho Thibetan desert and ordered thorn to oturn to Kashgar Tho Eussiatis refused ind tho whole party left Polaln the night time and disappeared in thedesert RETURNEDFOR CONSULTATION Sir W A White BritishAmbassador to Durkcy has on a and addon visit had several private Lord Salisbury Ho will nornin without proving one whit that a disloyal Armenian can hurt anybody moreover the disiant corners of Asinstic Turkey witness daily the atrocious opprcshm Armenians under the pretense of tax Col lection In tho region of Khnous the tjx collciiiors have oltuoiiij themselves during tlio last The stick well laid Gti is still a means of collection in region tax sitting in his room imbibing arrack by th evrry now nnd then decs tlii silence njisa1 do 1 not yctV the oOiccr id lulininLsDer a fresii round of indisoriminato blows One man I know of a lamo beggar from thestrcot was beaten last winter and then by his foot 10 ihe roof of the hut one side of his body freezing from the cclcl of tiic chimney hoh while liio other side was slowly ronrilijig from the heat of the fire Uf hung in this ion nearly two Jiours iKforo the ficd that ho Jiad been enuugh to ex his conceulod cash if ho bad possessed any such store man aftor being beaten was tied hand and a post and fresh cow dung all over his face in order to persuade him to pay up reputed arrears of taxes Tho attempt of tho Armenians of gcrd to oriiigratn in a body lust winter which was reported was simply the result oC a Ling system of un whicli they felt that they could nut boar up WILL AIT12AL TOTIT E CZAH A dJspafch to tlie News fron plo Hwys Failing in joint inlcrvention by England and Russia the Armenians on boih Kidjs of tlio froiitior will combine to ask tho Czars or OS A Great Saingglcr Who Cost the GOY MillioH and a Half THE LEADER OF A GREAT CONSPIRACY another flag and hoisted it iimitlsv Jlie cheers of various union uivu iviio had assembled and his ilii re isiained until nigkr it wns lowered by Mr Srnitlis Thisiiiix not iho trouble nowever for while liroworks being hot oiT in the several of those who hail oiUHcd tho iiag rtturneiJ and dtmuniiod tiie second one Thoy svere metwith a bold fnmt tiud told thnt they had gone far avoati but intruders woro tirmly oil thatit would bo TO their interest to proceed at once about their owu which thov did Ihh I dLfi A Double Trimtier in the Cherokee Detectives Theory of the Van AVert Killed THB CLKAUINGKOUSSS TJje Figures Ior Jjasfc Woclc Show a lloalthy Increaso BOSTOX July to Tho following table compiled Iroin dis patches from the the cities named gives the gross exchanges for tho last week with rate nor cent of Jn or decrease as against similar amounts for the corresponding week in CITIES New Louis 1ittshiirg CiiKiinniiu KAnsiis Tfw Lincolii Dcs St St Springfield GrandIwpids New N Ore Incrsii fj I 20 S 26 a I J A 22 0 Decrse Outside Now York incronse Not inoludocltin totals no cionringliousns at this time hist yoar N NO CHILIAN HE A Citizen of thai Coinrtry Denies Re cent Humors CHICAGO July E Brooking of Chili ono of the owners of the Chllinii nitrate mines is in the city In an Inter view today he said upon landing Francisco last week he was aliumcd at the reports of a Chilian revolution the United States but today ho received a cablegram from liis brother stating that there had been no trouble of It was foolish of mo to believesucha ru said Broolciiigs today for T know Govefnment is too powcrfu to allow revolution re ports are most fearfully Any have there Is thine more than a Such tilings ar directed against the employers of jaboi and not your cables always have it against the Government the Worlds Fair Mr Brook ing said the Chilian journals are novr urg excel the exhibit made at Paris He is sare Chill will show at Chi cago how greatly she South Amer ican republics ADishonest Banker J YORK crovrd of angry Poandurs yesterday raided private banking establishment of Jioriuird whom they misappropriating funds entrusted to him to be usedtoi bring out their relatives and friends from Poland Aransou and liis clerk were badly beaten before the police rescued were afterwards arrested and this morningvoA t of a number of Polandersiwere remanded for examination Wont Have Paper Currency July dispatches frorn IMontovideo tho contem plates tho creation of an internal debtat 10 percent order to withdrawfrom circulationitlie national bank The iiierehantsand foreign bankers have sigced an agreement to refuseiforced cur rency in settling gold NEW YOHK July Dispatch Francisco TJ Lawroneo thu snit3gglcr United evor had 10 contend with died in this city Thursday Tie was the leading spirit in tho most systematic far and successful conspiracy ever or ganized to defraud Uncle Sams custom house which cost die United StatosGovern ment nearly a million ami a half dollars scores of pooplcon ol the Atlantic and which for a time threatened to involve this country and England in serious complications Charles L Lawroneo was a lew and was born in London His surname was then and it remained so Cor years after he CJime to this country lie established himself as a custom house broker mudu money and began lo dabble in politics He beeumo acquainted WilHaui M Tweed fiimuus Americus Club hy rhat atl became Ho planned with several others to bring in licjnur free from duty the schumo was discovered lie fled and ihenoe to England llisoxtra ditioti nearly engaged countries in war THE CHEHOKKE STHIP WAK July report has just reached here of a double murder in the Cherokee few miles souui of Investigation proves it to bo another chapter in the war which is being waged on mon who bring foreign cuttle into the Strip the Krump herd was driven from Cedarvale 10 the raiich in the Strip several of the cowboys wlio were with the herd taunted the people of Cedarvale with being accomplices to the murder of Gibson and Fraxicr and it was the greatest difliculty that trouble wus prevented After the had been placed on the ranch two of the boys were missed and it was supposed that they had taken theirmonoy and jjone oil to some town and indulged in a spree evening MS three of tho men belonging to the camp were going along tho rood toward Ccdarvale their attention was attracted tosomo buzzards hovering over JL spot near byin the hoavy grass and they made an Here they found that thetwo missing men had been shot from behind and left to rot in the grass Both bodies were lying face down and their pockets had been rifled Part or their cloth jug was also taken The fact that robbery was committed on the bodies and also on the body of many to believe that there Is a concerted move ment on the part of to use the troubles overcattleasa shield for their nefarious work and thus blame on thepeopls ofthe country who are oppos ing the introduction of TifE JTIRBMANS liEVESfGE VAN WISRT July shockingmurder oC engineer Vandevander and the probable fatal wound ing of his fireman Samnel Road house re suited today In the arrest of the latter charged with the He protests his in nocence and sticks tohts statement that they were both assaulted by an unknown man They were known to havebeen quar reling for several days The detectives theory is tliat Vandevander lipuse down injuring his head horribly and the fireman thenwaited his opportunity arid struck the with a hammer KIDS GANO KICKED OFF TUCSON July is now defi nitely known that of the eight Apache pris oners under Kid who murdered Sherifi uolds and his deputy aud all save three Kid and two others are at large Troops are out with hopes of intercepting them Three White Mouutain Apache renegades came in today atid sur rendered to the troops A 1MGHT WITH SOTQGLErtS July company of gendarmes had afatal encounter with a gang of smugglers at Therania today Two officers were killed and a number of others A Canvass of the Country Makes Salisbury Feel Sick OX SOCIALISM Fighting tho Sooial THE LIBERALS FIGURE GUT A He Believes n ists as Uhicknutilers X July SO In the Xatiiricliten ionics that thrro is any botweon the Emperor nd himself He was a loyal adherent of the terns nlthoujvh he differed fit Emperor on the question of Socialism The Kinperor j decided to try to induee the Socialists to j maintain a peaceful attitude by means of i concttKSitJns hut he liismanrk beiievod in lighting them is The sooner j they were defeated the I he time j Ariel the Tories Arc in No Hurry to Dissolve Vfikcs i 10 the The Stillvat ion Pr Loxnox July San Chronicle The Kxprtfs correspondent With i to the of holding a woald come when Socialism would bo found j irenoral to be a military question and in place of the present mild suueof siege there would bo a universal state of war Mexican Xcws CITV OF MEXICO July rolling stock for the Cirdan through the Valley of Mexico lias anjved and the road election in tho fall of next year both tho and Liberal parties havo again obtained from thoir local elec toral aconts full reports of the cismock and possibility of voting is tin sir nation up pears in view of the latest developments in tho Governments attempts ai legislation Tho eontral Conservative bureau tron tho data opened lo thn public August 1st j thus obtained has made a computation by The branch of the Mf whlch it Js estimated that an immediate 1achuca is nearly finished Jhe einitvact ors ot tho Southorn Railway have rclln eleclion tho Salisbury govorn qnished their eontraets Terrible heat rejjortcd on tho Pacific coast A Washington Efiitors Death July Thomas George Morrow until repently editor and proprifttor of the Sunday liucUc this city died today after illness A FIGHT FOR KS KiGHNESS A SLUGGING 3LATCH POSTPONED OX ACCOUNT CUTTILE rt Teuton Runs AAVsty From Kvcrytliingr nt Wushinfirlon Park and Rqimls Kiiig r stons Kail Gstines LONDON July Sau Francisco sport ing event of the week if the secret had not leaked out to prevent it would havo beon a prizefight specially arranged for the Prince of Wales during his visit to Newmarket It Is four years now he has publicly seen any amusement of that character The Prince guest at Newmarket this week of Lord Ivlarius Bedford This aristocrat ic sportsman arranged a fight to coino off at Ablngdons country house Bedford Lodge between Charles Roberts and Charles Mans ford two English boxers both known hard hitters They to Newmarket Wednesday but as the news of the affair leaked out on the racecourse the scone of the encounter was fromAbingdons house to tho Greyhound Hotel where a ring was pitched and two rows of chairs reserved for the Prince ami friends Unusual prep arations to A the Prince came along and sawthe large crowd waiting to see him enter ho Was annoyed and declined to go A MAD DOG IN CHIOAGTD and He Sites a Number of people Creates a Panic CHICAGO July Francisco resi dents in the Twontysevenvh ward had an experience with a mad dog last night Early In tho morning a largebulldog camo tearing down tho road from Niles snapping at everything lie met Ho crossed the river andran main street of Montrose whore a German whose name was not learned endeavored him The huge beast fastened his on the mails arm and mutilated it to such an extent that amputation will probablyhe necessary He ran clown the street biting uf dozen or more dogs in the neighborhood At the priviog Park lie sprang upon two boys who wore playing in the road One of them the son of Mr Klehm was frightfully lacerated abdtit the chest and to the hos pital The qthor ason ofMr Gayer was Bitten right hand By this timequite a party of citixens were Jn pursuit of the iiiad biuite He was followed out into au open fieldwhore he on his pursuers One ofthe party shot and wounded and then aman armed with an icepick him a blow inthe neck The dog fastenoti histeeth on the handle the pick pVodded to death with a pitchfork would release his hold Some fifty dogs supposed to have beeuin the path of rJhe Races July San Francisco Chronicle Wash ington Park summer Tneeting of closed yesterday Eighteen thousand people wit nessed the days The meeting speakingfrom ii financial standpoint has been successful but unless the miuiagciiVent takes a inner stand against trickery of va jiousJdnds which have boon common gos sip for a wook oi two past thoopinion is expressed that tho track will suffer next your The management has not beou stern enough said in dealing with men who should have been reined up sharply Itis thought however that the sharp criti cisms freely expressed in the papers recently will have a wholesome In the racing yesterday Teuton was out for iilnAmonoy His owners had no conli dence in him Thoy did not back him lie started in the Wheeler handicap at 15 20 to 1 and great Scott but hxrvv he did run He never lot anything got near him Lucky horse unlucky owner and thrice un lucky backers Teuton wont the inkie and a quarter In equaling the record made by Kingston and never beaten until Salvator did the trick It was the firsttime that the Wheeler handicap had been run and with cloven starters it was worth SdOOO to tbS winner Scullys inaro Hypocrite had run amile and a quarter in with 10T pounds np She carried only one pound more and was of course the frivorite while Prince Foiiso In demand The start was a good one Teuton took the lead when liaf fell with Alinont second and 11 oiontWrd As they flashed by the stand Teutonwas first by a nock Avirh Nevadasecond halfa length in front of Woodcraft Los An moles was brinp Teuton kept drawing away anci entering the upper turn Nevada dropped andPrinceFonso took the second place and third Faster and the pace arid far ther and farther Enter higfho strotchiIt wasthe old old story of eclipse and the The trackflewaway behind him is though he were a lofoniotivo Tie won by ton lengths from Prince Fonso who beat Hypo crite by a length and a half for the place Ttte National ment a of twenty This rather dishtjarawiing vosnlvof theirinquiries has determined tho bulk of the Ministerialists not to push tho dissolution of Parliament lust now The Liberals have derived i far moro hopeful outlook than the Conservatives from tho reports of their local agents throughou t the country They arc that if the relative strength of tho parties were to be put now to the tv ballot they would come nack to wjth a majority of including the eighty live so that their claim oven allowing for an overestimation of their own strength is a jjood deal hotter than of their antagonists What may happen in the netft one nnd a half years it ib impossible to sruoss Kvory effort will bo made during tivo Parliamen tary recess by the get rid of Mr Courtney as chairman of the commit tees Half our openly charged him wlthsup obstruction and favoring the Par nellites during the debates in the House and tbe Minis eriaUsts partly attribute their lamentable breakdown this soason to tho that the Government could not rely upon Mr Courtney to force through busi ness by allowing the Ministers to pursuade him to adopt a liberal use of the closure In other words Courtney as well as Peel tho Speaker has endeavored to bo strictly lust at all times and has not hesitated to disre gard the promptings of own party when they were manifestly at variance with tho correct conduct of Parliamentary business MONEY JTOU THU 1UIS11 The Irish party scored a triumph at the fag cud of the session Tlio debate on ttie Irish estimates closed last night after last ing two weeks Every department of the Irish administration wns closely examined by the Parnollitcs who greatly damaged the To mollify the Nation alists Salisbury has agreed to distribute which it was originally intended to apply tq purchases undar the Pub licans purposes in Ireland which shall be named by the Irish party Half of this sum will be given towardtbo erection of laborers cottages and InUf to assist middle class It is expected before tho session ends that Balfonr will state whether he intends to ac cept Parnells proposal to constitute by statute a board of arbitrators to settle Dis putes between landlords and tenants on dozen estates in Ireland where tho plan of campaign is In operation The Tories und landlords have an idea that tho funds for the suppjrt of evicted tenants held by Par nell are nearly exhausted They arc influ encing Balfonr to refuse Paruclls offer In the hope that the tenants may be starved out This hope Is the mainstay of the Tories at present They believe that if the struggle can be kept going for a year or two more the Irish party will have nofundsto fight a general election As Parliament willreas semble in November Babour will not dare to increase the of coercion during tho autumn A GIFT FROM 7j Brooklyn 6 New York to Be Presented With a Statue of Columbus 9 NEW YORK Dispatch Francisco Chronicle New York Citir is to be presented with a maguifi cent statue of Columbus by the Italians oC this city and the old Considerable money has already been raised Tho King of Italy Crlspi and Minister Ecselti have promised handsome donations The work will cost An order for it to be gun at once has been friiven The monument will be constructed in Italy by the famous sculptor Gaetano Russo whosededizn was selected and approved by the committee nominated by the Italian Government TbJs committee was composed of the most emi nent sculptors painters and architects of thnt country Tho monument will be seventyfive feet in height The statue of Columbus in the an admiral will be executed in Carrara marble The column Will be of granite The interior portion of tbo pedestal will contain a group representing the Genius of The figure of Col umbus will be represented with one band resting on i globe of the which the j discoverer is earnestly studylhc for tlie pur I pose of divining the position of the new con I tlncnt On the posterior portion will be representation in bronxe of an immense I eagle the coat of of America and ol i the birthplace of Columbus On the the pedestal willoc bas reliefs rep events inthe life of the great navigator The statue will be erected either at the Battery or in City Hall Park the pTiirkoy nitherto it has bcienit s bloou was irid Christiatis latent mssion of religions the Jbssibility 6f gravd iiiteriationalic6rnplcd ions uch number f ni j0 the disloyal onlyf oriented disloyalty A FJamily Poisoned j CLAIRE family nariied of seven children liad raoat for TwbChourij kitdr Avith violentillness ThtV physicians are working on them and think fouror five of THE FLAG How Mop on struck Lenox The engine ditched to death Nonebf the passengers banker city Spine 3eagup pf 01iibs 32Jorth of thepassage ol the an AJnesricanized Canadian Celebrated the BxnrFALO N July fTitiBUNB Dis San Francisco Chronicle Adispatch few days an account of how Undertaker JoelSntiitb of Mount Hope had hoisted the stars aiid house bu Indepen arid the neighbors had riddled Tlie stpry was genoriiHy a canard any investigation purchased a to his litjje iTlie went to House of ni Ltb and an d ru er v jjji placedfit marched Tbe Western Association Sioux 1 1 ST TAULJ St Paul DCS ROWAT June 20 the KochesterColumbus gatoe this af tbrnobn Justice Ooyand several and and League nieii7 from appeared the grounds and ordered a Stoppage of the The spectators and ordered the players to i contlhxjearid for a few moments Finally induqcd the offlcors allow the j gjitneto before a of the peace tlieappearancedf nfillr hA AvamiTiAll Grand Army BOSTOK July Reunion Commlfct tee ofthe National Qiand Arro 3 encamp went the all jjaniJtatipns thathave secured through members and without application to tho their ThG i committee desires thatall iiavalbrprauizations that contemplate bold ing encampment week and that have not already notified tee shouJd do so at once Notice be sent to J Payson Bradley M 2 theEeuhibn street Boston be l Argentine re ports current of tbe discovery i jA gemiofficial Half aa iitthe f Th e Rock Springs Strike Ended ROCK to THE a d ay by all the miners passedto acicBpt foreign element vere stronglytV any re is Bis   

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