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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                W THE MOST EXTENSIVE In tho Kocky Koglona CIRCULATION EXCEEDING TIIAT In tlio City Comliiued 190 SAiT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY JULY 22 1890 PRICE ITOE IIII ill I ill I II I n I III ANDREW CARNEGIES JEWEL It Famishes Voorhecs a Text for a Tariff Sermon THE PENDING BILL GOES HOT SOFT M He Denounces It as n Financoial Monster and the Tin Plate Duty Death of Walker July tho Senate on piotion of four the Soect Committee on Re lations with Canada was author to con tinue investigation UtirlnK tho coming rccoss and tho next session The House bill to arnoncl tho not of Juno 22 1874 fur tlio rollfif of settlers on rail road hindu was reported and placed on tlio to profood to tlio considera tion of tlio Indian Appropriationbill Oray aslfod liirn to yield to permit the bill for tho of thu rovonuc marine to tho naval establishment to bo takun up In tho moru Intf hour Moriill Informed Dawor that if ho diu nob proceed with the Indian Appropriation bill ho MoriIll would move to proceed with tlio Turlff bill dray remarked that tho Fjonator from could hardly expect to exclude all matters that mlsht not have thu oxtoiit and magnitude oC tho Tariff Tlni0 was no lowislatlon that could bo con slrtiMvd by the Senate durlntf the Vomnlndor of tho session that would not take some of the time for the consideration of tho TarilV hill and ho did not think the proclaim at lite oiitnet that noUilnj eldu should I HI oonsidored Morrlil said it was not Ms purpose to an any ofthe Senator from but lie did propose to tisk consideration of iho TarllT bill in opposition to any other exoept appropriation blilri 1 inado a motion to proceed to the consideration of the to tnmsfer the Uovomio Marine service from the Treas ury to the Navy department Agreed yeas nays liopublkans who voted yea were Cameron Casoy Culloia IntfallM Mitchell Sawyer Hpoonor Tofler and Washburn Tho Dem ocrats who voted nay were Bato Cookrcll Ciorman and 1iitfh The Senate procoednd to tho consideration of the House bill to the Uuvonuo Marine service Thn hi1 having been road the date for tho appointment of the Htivo nue Marino officers to bo olllcers of the navy wan fixed for January 1 MM The Turlfl bill was then taken Vooihous it in Hichnr It as a tlnanclnl monster The re duction In Kiitfiir and molasses was no redue tion at ail in tho Hpfht1 of tho proposed bounty to planters The IncreaseIn woolen Broods amounted to a This was simply protection run mud to tho ro Stanjoy woddlnpc In London find the wed fit UK of fabulous price Ainoiux those was tho of OarnoRlo a jjift riclior and rarer and far more costly than any that could bo afforded by the Queen of England or tho King of Belgium Tho Klft Ul diamond of slxo and neitlio tho richest of tho crown iowels oC England nor the of inclla could surpass it In value How came this American king Of stool und Iron to have diamond Tho farmers of the United States paid for tliatdtamond tun thousand times over in tlio lust twenty years by pay I nv an average duty of over thirty per on every artielo of iron already traveled It was not a success and In a little while Willis tho driver had to admit that he was lost The horses were fresh and vigorous however and every road that presented itself to the gaze of the wan was followed with This blind search for a hooioward way lasted several hours Finally fortune favored them ami the lights of tho capital city were descried in tho meantime the watchers at the Ho LI au became first anxious and then at the Jnexplicabio absence of the Ircsklerit arid his secretary While the lit were the best means of organizing a search and relief expedition their fears were relieved by tho return of the wanderers none the worse for wear havlnjf been gone nearly five hours They had ridden thirty miles atid the horses were out AFFAIRS AT BUTTS Anaconda Operations A Now Mhiinfl Exchange BriTTB Mont July to Anaconda Company and tho Montana Union Railroad last night fixed a thirtyday truce arid under Its provisions ore fuel and building material will be de livered to tho works with accustomed regularity Aetjvc operations on tho part of the railroad company were resumed which will prevent the necessity for closing down Uo works Tlio matter has been referred to J B now in Europe whoso Judgment will bo final for tiic smelting com pany Several hundred miners wore laid off today but they will be returned to their shltts in a few days Tho formal opening of Huttos now Mining Stock Exchange was celebrated today Census Supervisor Hpeoro places tho popu lation afc These figures do not in clude Coritorvtllo Walkorvlllo McivlevHtQ Burlington Kockcr and South Butte Builds suburbs nr THE Or THE fflcneett With Forty Thousand Men in the Field AM INVASION OF GUATEMALA Costa Rica and Nicaragua Sympa thize With StilTaIoi While Hon duras Joins Eaeta Achieves a State ment of the Situation Tho Verdict CrriRAOO July Coroners jury in fcho matter uf the explosion on uho steamer by which about twentyfive lives woro lost brought in a verdict this after noon It censures tho Union Steamboat Company which owns the for ciiroiossnoss Inhandling nuptha und other oxijloslvo oils and jccommoiuls that Messrs llrighb of Hiillnlo proprietors of the Gon cseo Oil Works who shipped tho napLha on indloted for manslaughter by tlio grand jury OLD WORLD EVENTS A SIX WEEKS DQWNPOUK 1UJINS T11I5 CHOPS ftu AnnlvoiKary With g to tho Amcrlciiii Customs BllL Lownox July Han Francisco Chronicle week uo it was foil that iltO weather in ISnsluud sinoo tho bctflunlns of Juno had ulready bocomo too grotosfiuolyridiculous u thing to btfldlsoussod in ordinary language Since thbn there hat been tho heaviestrainfall known Ir any week since 1878 and for the whole six wooks record worst ainco 18iL To havo to KO back nearly eighty years for a parallel affords tlio Briton a sort of gloomy piido In tho unhiuu charaotor of tliid sunimer but not oven Mark could protend to find comfort In its compar ison Tho havoo this continuous downpour lias worked In tlio fashionable oC re gatta9 lawn fotes and riverside parties Is of no lusting consequence but iiho dlroot pecuniary loss to tho farmers has become terrible I camo in this mornius from Shouerton twenty mllea up tho rlvor and waw literally hundreds of acres of meadows In which tho cocked hay was steel that they used and by paying tho in fourllftha under water Two bright bot rates of freight made necessary by tlio high duties on stool and iron rails and rolling stock H tho ponding bill became a law the farmers would have to pay on Iron and stool an Increase oC duty from to per Hint VoorluHifc passed on to a discussion of tho proposed liiorense of per cent on tJnplato JTI order to protect Infant industry unborn and give employment to worklngmon now idle It would bo far cheaper for tlio country to pay tho Idle men jiverasro wages thiitx to tax every squaro of tin roof dinner pall to build np a doztMi mil lionaires iind enable them to give cuaohtng parties to protection traders und to found libraries from tho savingfi of a 15 per cotit of wages of working men Tin plato had tlio lirst rlghc to bo on tho free list and ho would at tho proper time move to put It there There was no manufaotiuO of It in country and there was nothing to protect ovtMi if protection was right All tho Intornnl rovonuo taxes on tobacco nian ufnoturors brokers and dealers bank checks and inoomos had been swept away while the duties on trace chains tin buckets flan nel shirts and tho like luul had a manifold growth At tho close of Yoorhoosaspoooh Cockrlll offered a resolution whloli was agreed to expressing the Senates regret at tho an Ilouncement of tho death of Keprosentatlvc Walker for tho appointment of a committee of three Senators to attend tho funeral Vest IUimb and Berry woro and tlio Senate us is further mark of rc adjourned House WASUINCTOX July Tn It Is prayer this morning the chaplain leellnsly alluded to the death of Representative Walker of Mid sou rl The Committee on rubllc Lanas reportod calling on tho Secretary of tho interior to inform tho House by wiiali authority and why lie has authorized issue of patents to the Union Pacific road company for lands granted company prior to tlio payment of the debt duo tho United States from said company that he also report to tho House the amount of patented or certified to each of tho land grant corporations of tho Pacific way system ui to this date Adopted Cm motion of Dockery by unani mous consent If was ordered that a vote on the Original Package bill be taken tomor row and a vote on the Bankruptcy bill on Thursday morning Dookery then officially announced tho death of Representative Tames P from corigostion of tho brnin afc Saturday afternoon and delivered ft brief eulogy Appropriate resolutions wore adopted and the House adjourned days in the middle of tho week revived a hope that wheat might after all bo saved In aomothlng not too far below tho average crop but subsequent tropical rains and Arctic tomporatuvo have dissipated thls everybody admitting now that it is likely to bo tho worst since tho unprodcceuted disaster of Tho stock of English wheat Is now all but exhausted find under the influenceof this and tha evil prospects of growing crops prloos have advanced about another shilling per quarter during tho week Much the same stories continue to oomo from the continent Tho Russian rablo went up on tho Berlin House yesterday hf sym pathy with the general advance in tho wheatmarket which It Is now evident that liu sal a will largely control As to tho real condition ot the Russian crop niuoh uncer tainty exists Tho otlloial report of the month makes a very gloomy showing but it Is Jiuspoctod in Berlin that this is dono to favorably alToot exchange and that Russia Induct has a tolerable crop If this bo true Russia oughtto make a groat deal of money because ali Europe will perforce bo buyers THE AMEIUCAN CUSTOM PATHS July 21 Associated HARRISON IN A SWAMP The President find His Secretary Got and Scare the Family July TntBiixs Dispatch San Francisco Chronicler Series Ono night last week there was no little alarm felt at the White House relative to tho whereabouts safety of tho President and Private Sec retary Hiil ford As Is tho common practice after the heat and burden of tho day havo passed they started for a rldo of hour or two The horsos vroro houded for Blaclons a country with which the driver was supposed to bo perfectly familiar origin ally come to Washington from A arossroad straok tho JTanoyof the occupants of tho carriage and it no mJsins 1 Centered with no mJsgJyings of ex poriences wore follow Tho ippears toiliavo been one that flnaJly into sjwamp bitt before fact ianrknesshad sot in attempt to retraee the way tho Deputies today itibotj Minister of Foreign affairs replying to an interpellation In regard to negotiations with tho Powers rolattvo to tho American Custom Adminis tration bill said tho Government had boon innegotiation with tho other European powers with tho object of trying to concert collective action against the bill Tho other powers ho said were averse to entering Into any engagements In connection with tho matter Ri bot declared that ho foarod further action would defeat Its own object Dupuy hoped Rlbot would strenuously try to secure from the United States Govorn jnent ex moderate application of tho provi sions oC tho bill In any onso ho declared tho French Custom Committee know uow what course to adopt THE nKLOTAN AXXIVEBSA11V BnuSSKLs July sixtieth anniver sary of Belgian independence and tho twontyfifth year of the reign of King Leo pold was observed loday with Tc sbrvSbo In cathedral in the presence of niombors of the royal family tlio Cabinet Ministers foreign diplomatic representa tives and members of the Senate and Cham ber of Representatives Afterward a recep tion was hold at the palace In responding to an address from tho Son ate King Leopold referred totho work of Belgium in Africa as receiving an impetus through tho decisions of the antislavery conference Belgium has taken a great part In tho vast enterprise and he hoped she would take astill greater part in the future Tho object of his life was to render tho country beautiful strong andhappy Responding to an address from the Cham boa o Representatives the King said he doomed thetimo opportune to assure to Belgium his African possessions after tho expiration of ten years which period was necessary to consolidate the Congo States event of his cloatli his heir would surely never wish to diminish the extent or importanoe of his new possessions NAT GOODWIN IN LONDON LONDON July 21 Nat Goodwin produced A Gold Mine at tho Gaiety Theater this The aiullenoo was a brilliant one and the play met a favorable reception Goodwin was recalled several times and made a felicitous speech ABEMAKD FOK Tn the Commons tociuy asked the American legislation regarding stiver ou the price of that jttotal in that stops be tiken G6voriiiiiehttb secure a full supply purpose of thoErohoquer in said that the jfiintdoos must be subject tp reasonable foresight and purchased ac CiTy or MEXICO July Dis Francisco Chronicle Jongthreatened has broken out be tween Guatemala and Salvador according to official advices received by tho new con fidential agent of tho provisional govern ment of San Salvador Seuor Geronlmo Pau who arrived hero last night from San Salva dor It began without the usual formalities of a declaration of war and ior ills country Seiior Pan claims the fiiSt victory Before I left San said Sofior Pau war was threatened with Guatemala and that it has come as soon as it has should not bo a surprise to any one who under stands the political situation ot the two TO San Salvador has stood upon tho defensive Guatemala has chosen to Inter fere hi our domesticpolitics by trying to put into power a president not our own free choice We sent a force to tho frontier to repel a threatened invasion of San Salvador and it appears by my telegrams that they were needed chore On the 5th inst we had QOOQ wellequipped men along Herio but I believe there tiro now fully along the frontier 1 understand that tho Guatemala forces number llo then laid before tho correspondent telegrams from General which in are as follows IN TJIK Fii5U July Guatemalan forcos command Guncml ViHaviueuoo Jiivndnd Snlviidoioiiii territory J31 Coro to dny niiiiworo vopulsoil hy us inly liiiuniy aijnc thousand strong iiivadtul Sun Siilvador Our foroes bravely rcpulsud them oiuisinu their complete rout Pieces of artillory largo quantitius of ammunition mid hundreds of stacks of aniis were capLiuod by us 1 havo givon orders to ad vance into Guatemala SefiorPfui says that General Villaviconco was born in San his services havo been purchased by Guatemala 1or The Salvadorean army is armed with Kemlngton rifles machine guns and mountain batteries and is generally well equippedwith plenty of money Tho Salvadorean forcos aro Inferior In numbers to that of Guatemala but Stfior Pan says that he has received advices that dis affection has occurred army of Guatemala and two balallions liavo re fused to pioceed to tho which ho thinkswill havo the OJloct of matters General is commanding tho movements uf the There had arrivod at San Salvador be fore Sefior Pau sot out envoys from Costa Hiea and for the purpose of treatingthe diiUculties betwoon Salvador and Guatemala Seuor Pau says thatin tho present war between the two countries Nicaragua and Costa Rica will bocomo allies of Sim from the fact that should San Salvador bo worsted It would bo annexed to Guatemala and both countries above named wouldbo at the mercy of the conqueror Senvr Pau received today a telegram from General Exota stating that an alliance had had been formed between Guatemala and Honduras and that they had declared war against San Salvador GeneralEzeta wired that ho has invaded Guatemala and is marching toward the Guatemala capital opening everywhere a victorious road Sefior Pau referring to the telegram sent by President Diazln one from General asking recognition of his government says that President Diazs message was printed as it was received and was not altered It wus thoroughly understood throughout Salvador before Pau left that President Diaz was willing to recognize General Ezetas government was the will of the people If the telegram had been altered to road as said Sorlor Pau not have come herd as a but as a fully accredited minister from Salvador The tolegram Has boon doctored somewhere else than in There is no mistake1 that Sofior Pau is ox cltod over tho riows of an alliance between Honduras buthe said that General Ezeta Is1 prepared to meet any exi gency Seuor Paii says that President Menemlez died from apoplexy caused by seeing the body of Mclesio Marical on tlio door after ho had beenassaslaatod Seuor Pau gives the attack on tho palace by Marical similar to thoso already printed Maricitl rebelledbecause President Mouendox desired his suxjcossor to be Julio Intoriano a man strongly allied with the interests of Guatemala and candidate with both tho citizens and tho army of Salvador Maricals prouuncia menbo was against luterlano and not against the Menendex government every body being thoroughly satisfied with his ad ministration The night of these happenings there was a largo military force in San Salvador and it that the were In accord with tho movement to protect tlio country from the elevation of Interianb to the pres idency Intorianowas arrested and locked up for a day only when he was released by General giving his word that he would not fomentthe Tho day after tho fatal1 business houses agaiu opened and every thing was running as usual One of the first acts of the provisional president wastorelease all tho political loaders throughout the Alvarez Estanlllas Perez Rafael Mesa exL Secrotary Under tho Menendez Govern ment Narciso Reginp Jlonterpsa Priidencio Joaquin Silva Mayorago are named us the principal mal contents who havo left dud to whom Genera Exeta offered passports and escorts with tho exception of Seiior Pou says these men are revolutionary char deters is has thero beeu anarchy in San said There has been absolute peace in rvery depart monfof tlio ItMs thoroughly un derstood by our people Ezetais pro visional president and tliathe will not attempt to Jorcelhimself upon the republic as presidential candidates are ao tive throughout thc country for the posi tion but it is there being nothing disor ders or prohunclamentpes in any depart I officially cleny tho reports of assassinations things that have been The telegrams to the eltepb has to shoot fcho families ofthose inen wlio have godb to other tho SLnd ancIKas arc baseless lab1 pio visional President Issued i pioclamation of amnesty to exiles and that they aio taking advantage of this offea is evidcnretl by tho of Geneial Pabioc Morau from It is General s idea to endeavoi by The proclama tion to biingback o II of ihc refugees to the country General JMorin his without ques tion been well rocened ancl has been wel comed by tho piovisloiial Tresiflfnt ami by a bpoelal commlttco who Jilted his arrival at the pozt i It is rumored that Vresiaent Barrillaa of Guatemala lalks of General Bnrrndia the Giiiilemulan refugee has left to take part in rhe war He will probably raise the standard of revolt in Guatemala The latest wire news received by the Guatemala legation JsihzitGentiral Barrillas received in public audiance Senors Castro and Ministers from Rica ami Nicaragua in relation to the pence of Con tral America General in reply to Dr Castro said My Government has pronounced ever since Y camo into power the word peace ft proaounco it still because peace is the first necessity of the peuplo Ncvortheloss this peace ought to bo decorous and noble and undar the present circumstances even more It should bo stable and beneficial throughout all Central MinisterDioguese of Guatemala says that tho only dispatches received irufrorn points in isan Salvador where it is known that press censorship is in force I have askou my government what truth there is in the published reports but I have not received any reply Probably I tomorrow Our Iorcos arc well armyd with licmington rifles Gatling guns and mountain batteries and if San Salvador lias men hi tho field we have nearly double that number While it Is true that we have no big fund in tho trcMsury everybody in the country will come to the front with money in case of It Is the general opinion hero that In case there bo war between Guatemala md Pan Salvador the first named country will bo victorious owing to its superior forces Min ister Plcguese emphatically denies tbitt thero has been any dissatisfaction In tho army 01 Guatemala will be yond question devolve1 tho exact condition of afifairs in Central bytreaty between Mexico and Guatemala each gov ernment may use any tooither country for official business free of charge AIBXICO A HAND NRwYoivK July IfcmWsays private dispatchesan nouijco that the war between Guatemala arid San Salvador was precipitated bythe final refusal of latter toconsent to a union oC the iive states long talked of Tho invasion of San Salvador by Guatemala was met by General with his command ancl tlie cliagrin of the oommanderS theywore routed Tho Guatemalans havo received reinforcements and will re turn Honduras is allied with while1 Nicaragua and Costa liica for prudential reasons have allied themselves Salva dor Mexico it is stated has concentrated troops on the Guatemalan frontier in tho State of Chiapas and orders have been given the commanders to invade Guate malan territory in case Salvador General provisional President of Salvador has dispatcheda special envoy to tho United States with a manifesto as to his programme towards the people ofStl vador Guatemala will appealto States for protection against Mexican inter THE IDAHO BARBARISM III COLORADO Cattlemen Refuse to Pay Taxes and Lawlessness Prevails A NEGRO RiBQLEB WITH BULLETS DEMOCRATIC NOTSOUND ON T1I3C MORMON Q A Corpse Discovered at Aspen With Evidence of Foul Hus bands Terrible Old Man Buncoed Out oi Tho Democrats Will JPre seric a Tickot of Tholr Clmrch iDomocrat in Oince Idaho to Fred T Bubois W H Saviclpe Whittier mombcrs of the Committee from county issued a call for a Republican Connfcy Convention to choose ten delegates Stite Con vention to too hold in Boise City August 20th next Tho antiMormon County Committee will call in a days for an antiMormoti Convention to nominate a county and legislativetlckot This arrangement is perfectly satisfactory to all and antiMormon Demo crafe foci trust tliio Dotiio craolc partyunder tlio lead qf BTawloy and Ainslfc Jones and others to enact needed antiMormon legislation in thenextLegis and for that reason will formerly an antiMormon ticket This ar rangement renders absolutely attorapb of the Democratic effect a1 division between the Eopublicansjand Democrats all concedethat the ostatus in tho State hereafter will depend entirely upon islation eaaetod next Legislaturoaud Binghanr county will present a solid as heretofore against the Mornions audtheir Democrat sympathizers and A MOEaOlfJlOLlTJIfcfG OFFICE POCIATKLIO to S Spencer who addressed the JeCeisonian Democratic Club at Boise City last is pure and simple Hedid not register years ago and is holding officeasDistrict Attorney of Boar Lake county by Virtue of his official four years Hav irig been elected in 18SShe succeeded him selC i Of such is the Dertiocratio party in i Idaho Arthur Budge son of Bishop of Bear Lake county d ay ul votingtwo When arrested he ailor inbu voted two years ago hewon Id votoatjthG coming Mormons generally now openly1 boast Will pay no proclamation Leslie Sneers at Be euyllie a Says Sie Will Lecture NETir Yonic July Francisco Chronicle Mrs Frank Leslie arrived on the today She spoko most sneeringlyj De saying I left METSKER July to stato of affairs exists in the southern portion of this county which bor ders upon barbarism has grown the waging of a perpetual war between tho oflicials and outlaws In this section there are a number of oat tie outlits who positively rcfuso to send In the number of cattle and other stock in their possession to the Assessor and dire throat havebeen made should the ofllclals attemp to enforce the law Those herds howuvoi were assessed by the County Commissioner and the Treasurer of the county went down to Browns Park with some cowboys ho had urn ployed for the occasion ana rounded up 100 steers for the purpose 0 collectrig taxes The cowboys of tho com pany showed fight bnt were outnumbered and the money was forthcoming Tho Treasurer heard that they were pro faring towaylay him aud relieve him of his cash souie thousands In amount and giving out his intention of leaving the next day he hired a guide and slipped away that nigh across the liftls to Lily Park whore he was safe frora danger Kocontly a man named Hoy was being systematically robbed and finally whei was robbed 2000 pounds of Hour ho fixod up a gun at the window as a trap Two men were severely wounded and but c few days aftei tho whole of his propcrty in cluding over sixty tons of hay was burned to the ground X A case at tho county seat was next in order but a conviction was not obtained owing t9insufficient evidence Two days after tho parties returned home Hoy was shot so severely by parties unknown that his life is despaired of Many emigrants unfortunate enough to cross the valley have their horses stampeded aud being unacquainted with tho surround ing hills have to submit to the demands of these vanials to per head for their recovery or they fail to got them rour PLAY AX ASPKN ASPEN July to TRIB black anddecomposed remains of a man about 30 yuars of age 5 feet i Incheshigh were foundin the Hearing Fork fifteen miles below hero yesterday The identity of the man has not been estab lished though every effort has been made to do so The victim was clean shaven dark hair two frontteeth iii both upper and lower jaw missing Upon the shirt collar initials P H and upon the cab at the bottom of tho bosom the word Upon the head is a deep scalp wound andthere is every of foul play A MYSTISKIOTTS TRAGKDY BuRLrNGrox July Dis Fruiioisco Series tragedy surrounded in mystery was per petratedin the Thiergarten near Gold Fish lake earlythismorning The bodyof Mrs Wendeir the pretty wife of a postollice ofliclal was discovered with a bul let wound left breast and her throat cut There 5s no clue tothe murderer The husband woman was away much ofthe time It is suspected that the coupledidnot together and Mrs Wender had a lover bas hot boon seen since tho crimewas dis covered A nKITAULTEB MSTURNS FOMT MORGAN July H BartloU the defaulting cashier of the Bank of Fort Morgan recently arrested returned here today He refuses to talk any information us to bow he spent the OUTRAGE PAitis Saturday morning aparty of half a dozen men went to the house ofAndy Young a hardworking living about twenty miles southeast and called himup When ho come to the door avolley from rifles shotguns tois was fired into him effect One through his face and out his standing his frightful wounds tho man is stillalive and conscious but cannot last long Owing to tbe cutting of his tongue lie Noreason Is known for the shooting except that Young had a diffi culty with A HUSBANDS VENGEANCE FRESNO July Saturday a strangcr appeared at the farmof Samuel vncar ahd criminally as saulted Mrs Hocking On the husbands return the woman gave a description of the asailaat which answered to that of Clarence Bemsberg a travelingsalesman Hocking started iu pursuit Last evening Rems bergs team arrived at where his wife is stopping deadbdoy was inbisbuggyi H BUNCOED OTTTOF FIFTY THOUSAND Detective Wood tonight received tlie foliovying dis piitch from Bradleyot Ashbury Piirk CldusoriLee a wealthy old gentleman and business man ofNew York was buncoedout arrested tncm some of tho best known poople in the city Tho matt or is regnnled here as a ereat game of bluff i St Paul dotecuvo was arrested us he was shadowing Inspector Boudonel Tho fellow told at police headquarters that ho had been ensasod in Sr Paul to follow and Suited States District At torney Eugene THK IDAHO The t i of by two men tain my name Tnave had a lot auce jfrom that Marquis De but really1 the to do isto let v rilrmA WEST DESPBllADOES July dispatch from Pbcahontas rora J West Virginia rode into town last night and Thetown officialssuaimoued a posse rand a battle ensued mwhich several city Twoof the finally others of her determination to go on jhelecture I shall1 eo all through the West part of which1 Iam asharnedto say I V Wheri does your lecturing QctobcrlGth My subject believe is a ypry ers from ipeaking vltungaTians a numbei of are sworn iji Sheiiff Whittfiuore is here frora Green Siver and all saloons are ordered to be closed It is learned that the Finns aro well armed and bahdcd togelhei EvQiybody is on the look out for trouble y Maltese tors Excommunicated July 21 ot three published fen tlio Jslac1 have been cAcoiumamcated for tfr ticles abusing tlio Pope and Bishop of hdusetonight gineer Vandevandor HO yander had been quarreling with v among btucr tli ings had accused h iiii of re 1 lies in Great Agony Kinnear Idaho Tuly to the slayer of J M died at Sunday afternoon from the effects of his selfimposed wound Hid suffering was terrible at the last and hp passed away in pain Owinj to heavy internal hemorrhage inducing early de composition tho boily was buried today A Coroners was held on Felsonthal this morning which rendered a verdict of suicide Kinnears body is lying at lite late home and the Coroner is now holding an inquest His fmioral will be held Tuosuay at noon and tlie remains will bo shipped to London for interment The entire city and all the neighboring towns and mining camps feel at the sad occurrence and largo delegations from outside camps will attend the funeral huro tomorrow A mass nicotine of the citizens of Bellevuo this morning passed resolutiods of respect for and condolence with the family uirt a commit too of business men was appointed to take charge of all affairs connected with tho fu neral The murdered man oneof tbo most respected citizens and was always to tho front in all tilings for the interest of the community was one of the heaviest stockholders of the Hellevue Water Com pany and the directors of that company today had a meeting and passed resolutions of respect aud condolence Although Eng lish born Mr Kinnear had been a of the United States for some years and ho has thoroughly identified himself with American institutions As superintendent the Minnie Mooro Mining Company he had large interests under his control and lie has always acquitted himself In an honorable and upright manner He was 3 years old and leaves a wife and one girl of about 9 Tho stricken family leave Tues day afternoon for England with the re mains THEOSOPHIC HUMBU66ERY fiasdanr and McKay Win the Profes sional EIGHT FAMOUS OARSMEN TAKE PART SnTJivan Prefers a Square Meal to Glory and Wont Train For An other He Is Threatened With Several Ball Games 3IADAIKE BtOWATSKY AS AN INFAMOUS FRAUD She Is in Jajjuo With tho Devil to Fleece Her Record Is Given by an American Tlxooaophist traiiv the engirieef rushed liini dpAyn and cutti n p his Jh e Jii3fe wh en Kdbdh 6use pip ked a aiia rainec blows on head yis be lynched ARRESTED St f Paul Crusade thot Minneapolis Enumerators July 21 A Stevens had of tho supplementary census Minnesota was ttosatter nooii a wurrantn swora by SC charginghim with paddhig the census returns The Bt Paurpioseoutors hint that othersare to be NEIV YORK July Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Elliott Cane a Professor in the Smithsonian Insti tute and one of the most eminent theoso pbists In the country has been interviewed by a reporter on alleged wonders worked by Madame Blowatsky andColonel Olcott and their work through socalled theosopbical societies in tho United States Professor Oano gives his opinion of Colonel Olcott in these words Olcott is naturally an honest kindly man but his wits are oversbarpened by the whetstone of fate He may be called a typ ical Yankee with all the worst traits of that haracter exaggerated It is a singular irony of accident that should convert a sharp New York newspaper man into a sham high priest of a sham religion a position from which has never been able to extri cate Bat how was it possible for Blowatsky to keep Olcott thus things are possible with od the devil and and against the two latter in combination a man stands a poor chance What chance had this son of Adam against such a woman as Blowatsky Every ago has its bosus prophet famous or infamous f you prefer it This being a feminine age it isonly natural that its greatest charlatan should be sort of sheCacilostro The in redientsof asuccessfulcharlatan arc no brains much courage great industry the corrosive sublimate of selfishness glorious vivid ready resources and a pious living aitk in the love of mankind for being hum bugged has all these she only iceded to hitch to her car to ride n triumph of the sawdust arena around the Professor Caue on being asked what facts ho had up suchstrong statements her early life as a girl in Russia of her later life as ademimondein a liaison Wittgousteiu in Paris and still ater as achcap spiritualist in Egypt from vhich sheWas driven by the authorities declares thitt after this Mme Blo vatsky was an adventuress for a year and vasa liussian spy in New York Palling in her political intrigues she turned to iialism then organized her little i nbfriauiojiwithOlcott and went into the uheosophybusiness at Madras India He hen cites the conclusion of Dr Hodgson of jhe London Society for Physical Research n which the Doctor said that it particn arly the shrine at Adyar through which etters come from Ma was elaborately arranged yiew to the ofloiters ind other objectsthrough a sliding panel at back and purpose by Mmc her Pjofossor Crane charges that Mme BJowatsky was nob the author of her great uccess Isis but that it vas vritten nearlyaltogether by a dead New Yorker n am ed D e Jal m an d th at 1 argo par ts original manuscript were in Ins ng which she passedolf as being hers vritten bythe Mabatina who usedto visit inspirations with his stral natural body slept iu a Thibetan prove this in the njorii ug there would of manu cript in difierenl Palms palmedoffias me anything Mme Blowatskys secretary whom I see has ately been lecturing in ihis cbantry Keightley I He nd Selghtley have ome here is a certified of a from J Buck in which ofgetting with WQ Judgeiqf a large lejiacy irom the nri v YORK July fTMHiTNit Dispatch San Francisco Arthur F Lumley editor 01 tho lllusLratcd Fews und backer of Sullivan in fight with Kil iuiu is out in a letter in which he acknowl edges that Sullivan Is availing himself of tho fuss over prizofighting iu San Francisco to crawl out of a i5ght with Jackson Thou Lumley continues About two weeks ago James Bell dropped over to Brooklyn to soo Charles Johnston a rich tailor and sport purpose of talking tho proposed match botwien Sullivan and Corbett said tho sporting tailor Miko and Phil Dwyer were in my place tho other afternoon and they told mo that they both stood ready to hack Cnrbett for against Sullivan in a tight to i Mr Johnston siid that ho had road a statement that clTeot and had since understood that tho famous horsa owners would have nothing to do with backing lighters Boll however assured tho big fellows backer that tho Dwycrs werein dead onrnost and meant business K thats the unswored Johnston Ill put up in any responsible sporting mans hand for Sullivan against Mr Bell luft at that timo It is very says Lumloy that as soon us tho racing season closes Corbott will ohhor forco Sullivan into a matcher compel him to relinquish tlie champion ship As far as the title is concerned L is somewhat tired of it Tho big follow doos not mind lighting for lie is tho peer without doubt of any man iu a twoutyfour foot ring it is tho severe sacrifice that ho has to mako while training that sickens him think of throwing two months of your lifo away to train for or a said tho champion recently Tho winner of the SJavinMcAulifio match in England and will no doubt challenge Sullivan Betting mon both here and abroad aro putting their money on tho as SJavin is called on tho other siile tbo Atlantic If tbo latter comes to victorious he will certainly find a fair lioJd with lots of American dol lars to back him against the fellow If he fails to got a match on Sullivan Frank Stephenscu stands ready with S0500to pit lake Kilraiu against him iu a accord ing to London riug rules ihis1 is also ShivluB iayorite style of milling two Iveigbtleys a tbeosoplilcat has of the Eeigutleys for several arid tU e wh 61 esecr etof th e Bl o watsky JudgeBuck makes It lib eir fi ngers 1C they keep th etvrp you ng gentlemenlira theosophic frame of The Worlds Ordinance CHICAGO the City Council to night tho Worlds Fair Ordinance at amended by the vas considered talk dujmg which obstruc tionists were sharply scored by some of tho a committee was appointed to rbnfer with Hho upon an can posf toTeport eveulim r July Associated Press j Thousands of spectators wore pros ent on tlie first day of the great regatta and tho weather waterperfection in the jnniorvsihjiles tho contestants woro Nettle ton of Minnesota Henderson of the Chicago CatKu Club and Thompson of Winnipeg Netfcleton won by two lengths Thompson second Henderson third The junior fouroared raco resulted Win nipeg first Duluth second Minnesota third Lurline fourth Sc Paul fifth Tho judges boat unfortunately ran too close nud St Paul had to back water This delayed them several seconds just after tbo turn and thJs added to tho fact that tbo Lurlines and Duluths fouled caused the judges to decide that the race must bo rowed again The juniordouble was very unsatisfac tory and won by six boat lengths by tha Catlin club of Chicago Minnesota second In tho last half the Catllns had a leadof ten lengths and were taking It extremely easy while Wright of the Minneaotas ap peared exhausted Tho Lurlines stopped rowing throeeighths of a mile from tho fin ish Catlinstlme The great professional double was a mag nHlccnt race It was a two miles struggle the winning crew to get second S550 and third 50 Gaud aur and McKay wero nearest the shore Teenier and llosmer next Banian and Wise next and llnmm and Tcueyck last There was some dulay in giving the sicual but when tho shot was finally fired every man dipped his oars with wonderful Tbo i stroke of Guadaur and McKay soon told and they forged ahead of Teemer and Hos mer first a quarter then a half and then a lull length The crews followed one another quite closely in order froiu the and McKay pulling fortytwo strokes to the minute and the others thirty six Guadaur and McKay wore first to make the turn but were quickly followed by Tecraer and Hosmer then Hamm and Beneyck aud finally arid Wise Half way to tho finish the press boat was passed when7 Gaudaur and McKay led Teemer and Hos mcr by three lengths Tho latter kept threefourths of a length ahead of Hamriy and Teneyck who kept the same distance ahead of the Toronto crew Gaudauri crew shoi across the line amid screech ingof whistles about four lengths abend The efforts of the last two to puss Teemor and liosinor unavailing although was but a quarter of a length between Teemer and liamra and also between Gamm and Hanlan at Che finish Ilanlau would have done better had he not lost both oars for a second a few hundred yards from the finish Gaudaur and McKay Teemer and llosmer and Teneyck 12 and Hanlan and Crisc Hiiuim and Teneyck according to Teemer Jind Hosmer turned the former crews buoy aud has entered a protest The National Ijedjifuc wildness this aiternoon gay ft tic Bos ton League nine an easy victory Attendance OTr O1 0 Boston 0 0 2 012 11 Boston 0 2 mer Gctzein aud BeuneM i CJJJCAGO ij Tho Chicago League club won an easy bytimely baiting and their 0 1 i 0 2 New 0 1 0 I OQQ 8 New Chicago li 4 Buckley F 31cDermot About spectators1 Cincinnati League afternoon V 0 0 3 from Cleveland   

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