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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE MOST EXTEN31V E AND Lin tuo Uocky Mountain R CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT Olf In the City Combined OL 102 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY 23 1890 PRICE FIVE WILL SWALLOW THE OATH TIw Idaho Saints Will Perjure Them selves and Support Democracy MORMON REGISTRARS APPOINTED The Wyoming Brethren Will Sup port the Democratic CoIJinfl tho Unwashed Iifiitdor of Claims Idaho Bat Gives Cp tho Coast July to Mufth Indignation is expressed imottg the Mormons at tho speech of R U rfpenco before tho Ckib atJlolso City in which ho stated that tho Mormons would at the hoxt election They ad mit that Spcnco has given away tho Church programme and realize that the Republi cans will now bo forearmed They openly Htafco however that Sponco was correct and that the Mormons will vota the Democratic ticket Tho Commissioners of this county ap pointed thirteen registration officers yester day nine of whom aro Mormon Church members A prominent Mormon said to day that the Mormons had gob to vote with tho Democrats and win otherwise ttioy would havo to leave the State or resort to Hhotguris This shows their disposition and it IK very that they Intuntl to vote Supervisors of registration and election will bo appointed next Monday for all Mor mon counties and Marshal Wilson will a9 Bist thorn with his whole force in executing thd elecMon laws AKD OTTB MORKCWS WASHINGTON July to Titra P A Collins of Boston who bus boon making a Western tour announces to Democratic f clouds that Idaho Is Dem ocratic Tho New York Jferalds Washing ton correspondent who is also correspondent for a church organ in Salt Lako announces with equal confidence that Wyoming will bo Ho has it that It will be aided In that direction by the Mormon vote which has hitherto been divided because Judge Carey was not obnoxious to tho church PAT SIT0ATIOX BOSTON July Dispatch San Francisco Wironlclc man A Collins the Democratic leader of Massachusetts has boon doing a UUlo polit ical prospecting through tho Ho comes back primed with a rather interesting summary of tho ho says is rojitly by a small nut Jorlty and I wouldnt count for a change California 1ms a fight onhand that looks well If English and White and othor onorgotlc men that aro loading can carry It tills fall there Is strong hope there In and chances of a California vleePres idonLV The Kopubllean majority in Wash1 seems too largo A IMlbnnvtTTON TfOKICT MADISON July 22 Associated Prohibition State convention which mot here today nominated tho fol lowing ticket For Governor Dr Alexan der Clairo Lieutenant Gov ernor W H Nothoroutt Milwaukee Secretary of State Will lam Johnson 3t Crolx county treasurer Robert Fargo JotTorson AttornoyGonoral T E Van Konlon State1 TTonry Sumner Outagamio Knllroad Com jTiisslonor J T Black Rlchland Contor Insurance Commissioner Andrew Peterson Green county WAS That Was tho Verdict Be turned by tho Coroners Jury Idaho July to the body of J M Kinnoar was ohlppod to England for Interment this aJtor noon aocompanlod by tho stricken family and Mr Carter the new superintendent of Minnlo Moore city closed business for tho day An air of gloom per vades everything All tho mines In tbo neighborhood wero closed down and tho minors attended tho services in a body A Jarge delegation of Halloy fuifl surrounding towns were present u render a last tribute to tho cload The train bearing tho funeral party also had on board a largo number of citizens who accompanied tho remains as far an Po oatollo Tho event has been one of tho saddest in tho history ot Bollovue The Cornnora jury last night returned a verdict vluit tho deceased met doath by pistol shots iif tho hands o Fclsenthal who was tempo rarily Insane A TEJjEGRAPH FIGHT Tlio Kooky Mountain Coiripimys Polos Dag Up by the N P July Special to TRTH UNK The Kocky Mountain Telegraph Com pany today applied to tho United States District Court for an Injunction restraining the Northern Paolflo Railroad people from destroying its polos erected alone thy rail road The Rooky Mountain Company is otftorid ing its lines to Mlssoula Tho now llnojfpl lows tho railroad through the Boar Mountain and Missoulu Northern Pacific dug up ton mllos of assuming that tho Telegraph onoroachtvig upon Its rlglit of Tho Telegraph Company sent Deputy United States Mineral Land Surveyor Kay over tho ground and had it surveyed and platted Tho injunction will bo granted and the opposition lino will bo completed to this week and thence to Spokane Kails whore the Kocky Mountain Linowill its second connection point with thePbsial Cablfc system TO INTI MID ATE CONGRESS The Business Men of the South Pro pose a Convention NEW ORLKAXS July Tho Chamber of Commerce the largest commercial body in the South having been asked for Its views on the suggestion to hold a convention dt Southern business men to consider what Is best for tho South to do if tho Force bill now btforo Congress should becohio a law replies us follows It is our opinion tluit the commercial South should at once moot In convention to deliberate and decide iipou the courso which adopt in tho event tliatour North ornfollow countryinon eloob to dissolve the brotherly ties grown xjp botwen usjdurr ingaquarter of H century Of Vrafotttidest jeace and to Poland land on this WestorjiHomlspheroJn the prosperous Jwnd of commercial bodies of the South share our views wo shall at ouco appoint delegates to attend any converiUon that may be called to ooualdjr Die A Stricken Frmily iK Idaho July to The Morwirjk family at this place havo been very unfortunate during tho last three Their fthlldron have been having diphtheria and two have died ThlH evening tho third orto died from tho dcsease and another child and the father nro down Thoro aro no cases of the dcsoaso in tho city and precautions aio taken to prevent its spreading THE OBlSlflAL PACKAGE BILL weicoinb to Northern caaual and iii Should any conslderiibla nuinber PKOVJSTONS OFTJEE HTKASUJtE PASSED 3iY TJI15 HOUSE A Democratic Member Prophesies ITnrd TlmoB Jlrmnclit Disaster and All Man ner of SJaiiJcruptcy Debate x July the IToiiso im mediately after the muling of tlio journal voting began on tho Original bill Tlio first voto was on Adamss substitute dctlnlrif an original package to 115 The louse Mion proceeded to vote on tho House substitute for tno bill Fol lowing Is tho House Thitt whonover Jiny article of commcrco is hn portoil Into JIDV Stain coin any other Stiite Ter ritory or foreign imtion mid hold or offered for sale thu siunu slnill bo subject to Ilia JIUVH of such provided no discrimination filinll be made by any StAiu in ngiilust tlioso ol other Suitus or Territories in re spect to tho mi Us of miy urtioln of commerce nor infavor own nroduols iitfiiinst those of like cUnraotor produced in States or Tor rUorkvi nor shall Iho transportation of com merce through any Stulo be obstructed this enforcement of health laws of such Statij As the vote progressed tb was evident that the result wiis very doubtful Great inter est was manifested at the end of tlio first call Tho affirmative had a majority of one At the mid of the second call tho ma jority wus neither Increased nor diminished Then came changes of votes Fully two dozen changes were made and in the altor ailons tlio aflirmatlvo came out triumph ant tlio voto belns 100 nays 04 ThonGrosvonor who had changed his vote for tho purpose moved a reconsid eration Frank moved to table that motion The motion to table was agreed 118 nays 05 Tho vote then recurred on the passage of tho Somite bill as amended 17tt nays i58 A conferonco with tho Senate was asked for and the Houso proceeded to consider ation of tho Bankruptcy bill E B Taylor chairman of tho Tu dlclary Committee opened a debate with a Kpoeoh in favor of tho bill as ono In whoso preparation no painshad boon to irinko ib Just IIo opposed the voluntary bankruptcy bill framed by tho minority as favorable to creditors only thoblll In Its general features and soopo tbo bill was not jnatoiially Lowell bill of Oqngross the act of 1807 againstwhich Tattoir public sentiment bo ofime so strong that the Senate in 1878 finally acceded to tho third request of the House that It bo repealed Oulbortson said ho could not understand why there should bo such a desire on tho part of tho monied inaxiuiactiuriuK1 ntdrcstsfbr tho passage ptbhia nieasure unless it was that the shadow of the legislation of this Congress had boon cast ovor thorn With tho McKhiley bill absorbing the earnings of tho people in orclw to onrloh thomanufaoturors with tho SUvpr bill which lodged in tho Secretary of tho Treasury always originated in Wall Ktioot tho power to demonetize silver after ono year with the election bill which struck down at ono fell blow the unsurpassed prosperity of the South which had arisen from the ashes of tho great war might br conceived necessary to a wrecking train to pick up the debris of the fortunes which would be scattered all over the ouuntry when theselaws woroenforced Appiauso on tho Democratic Wheeler saidthe speaker had ordered tho bill passed He tho Election bill passed and it had boon passed and ho presumed this blil would a member of tho Judiciary Committee said ho did not know whether the speaker was in favor of the bill or opposed to it They had nover passed a word on the sub ject IIo Buchanan was getting tlrod of insinuations of this kind Continuing Buchanan supported tho measure contend ing was demanded by tho people Tliero was nothing political or sectional in It Thoso members of tho Judiciary Com mittee who had mado a careful study of the bill woro satisfied that it contained all the safeguards with which it was possible to surround a bill of this Kolloy Inquired whether under tho provisions of tho bill lawyers only could bo appointed referees Buchanan mado an affirmative response K61 ley suggested that it was not right to discriminate against the farmers and busi ness mou who woro not morubQrs of the bar Buchanan speaking ho said from per sonal experience gave tho worse thing than that whluli could befall was to quit farming and practice law Tho fact was tho rofuroos had judicial tunotions to pocform opposed tho bill awd at tho same time frankly admitted that It was one of tbo best and most carefully oonsld orod bankruptcy measures over brought be foreCongress But tho act of 1SSG7 had been so completely debauched and nml adminlstored iu tho South that tho Very word baukniptuy had become a stench In of honest men Boutncr and gave a modified support to tho bill suggesting cer tain changes further dobivto the House ad Senate July the Senate tho biii giving a pension of a yejtr to Mrs Jcssio Fremont was ropoiiod by Com mlttpo on Pensions and placed on tho calen dar Tho Senate proceeded to consideration of tho Indian Appropriationbill Tho para graph having boon reached for tho romoval ofthe northern band of Choyonhesto a pur marioht settlement together upon oneof thw existing reservations In South Dakota Wyo mlng or Montana a motion was made by to strike out He said there woro already Indiansin that State No more Indians woro wanted there remarkedthat Montana did not olthor After further discussion the names of the throo States wore struck cut and tho paragraph changed so as to the clause read for the removal of said northern band of Ghuyonno Indians to permanent settlement upon any of the ox other amendments reportedand agreed to wero tho Increasing for subsistence of tlie Sioux and for tho purpose of their civiliza tion from inserting of anitem Of for advance on three million dollars provided for as a permanent fund in Of March 2 being an act to divide aVpbrtion of the Sioux reservation in Dakota and for a roliuciulshnient of the Indian title to the re mainder of halt thb was A Rock Island Train fioes Through a A A CLOUDBURST DELUGE IN COLORADO The Hio Grande Track Washed Out iu Grand of die Anaconda Victims Four PcopJe Burned to Death SPRINGS Special to oclock two enovinous clouds hall and tor7ents of water July night a I 8 laden with burst near Li man Junction offe hundred miles east of hero on tho Rock Island road The water rushed down the dry arroyo in voUunes ten foet high undermining the bridge which crossed it but a mile frW the station The eastern express which left hero at was thundering along at its unussal high speed to roach jmiQtion on time where this train is consolidated train for tho oast f Without anywarningthe train dashed on to theweakened structure whon tho tim bers gave awuy iind the tender baggage car express chair car piled on top of each other in tho mud and water a mass of wreckage and human bodies The onginq turned over on its side catching Engineer Bqb MoCormick under neath it and crushinghim to death The fireman was thrown from the cab kito tbo water half a mile before he the bank Ho then lumped to the statjon and gave tho nows of the A relief train roachod scone at 2 oclock whon it wasfound that another had boon killed His deadbody was found in tho stream a short distance from tho bridge He was probably drowned His name is not It seems miraculous that others wore not killed but un to the present up other bodies have boon found The following aro the names of the In jured all of whom will Baggage Master Kedriek bad scalp wound smashed and Patterson Mrs Pattersou LinooJnrNob John Yates shoulder and back injured oHfy agent face head andlegs Mary Travels New York Clitvv aide iand head badJy EllJta KenUm head cut Of these Mrs Is most seriously Injured TJIE ANACONDA of jTIhiqthy1 Ivilleherand Patrick Murphy thq last two victims the Anaconda mine fire were recovered today sump of thoAn aconda shaft that those men were of nine who bravely descendedinto the mine to remove a quantity ofgiant powder to a place of Theywere driveii from the mine by gas arid whileascohding to the sur face were gas and fell the cajTOto thpfiiimp The1 bodies had evidently into contact with tho imroeusa steol tanks that were used in drawing tho as they came u D In f r aguven T ho flesh h ad been well preservodi beeii turned almost black theeffect ofthe cop per water It was peculiarity of the hair and either could bo recognized aiad theribyaohe but the near Tho remains wore carefully placed in boxes and removed to the undertakers Tha Miners Union wilLliiuythoir comrades to morrow A CLOTOBrrjisTi DKNVKR July tele grams ftom CentralCity this after noon report in that section of the State This heavy cloudbu rst and Maryland mountains damage along tilie the Tracks and bridges wero and traffic1 badly also cut1 oil from Fourmile adjacent Two a child camping on Beaver Brook woreswept away by the raging torrent and wncd A large force of men aro but it will not bo open undor V A CT135J5IC DELITGE DEXVKTI JiVly last night ocoHrrod a terrific that has temporarily Isolated rttip of Clear Creek tercourse with tho Avorld At that hour animmeiise cloudburst noar tihcfoVks of the pouring a dolugofdtwator with in the ji arrow walls of Uio caiion djeinblishyd the two Iron at tlie and as far as canbpiparned annihilated all other The Restaurant outhouses were swept away It isbelieved no no lives After fnriuust hailstorm sot in and now that hail a foot dotipis tli is mcr n n IK a IsVao od burs and conveying200 for the scene o I1 bia jibput three days before t i c4outl y THE HID VVASHIIP OU1V 4 oclock burst in Grand this and soon water oanic Avith terrific VTh prajido track was wsishcd out in able cl am ago tfi property uloiig th c b c storo by Solomon AIcnsKM and on tho other floors as a teneniont house was discovered on firo at 11 oclock An alarm was turned in and before the firo department arrived several policemen did good work in getting the unfortunate inmates out of the build Ing As soon as the firemen arrived tho work was vigorously prosecuted but when the flames wero extinguished it was found that SolomonMonski and wife and their two young children wore dead aud GusHitz well Eva Misses and Mary Kasseneur seriously and probably fatally burned The Menski family occupied the rear end of tbo sceond story directly over whons the lire is supposed to havo started Tho people on the third and fourth floors for the v most flod to the roof but several were taken out by tho firemen Some of them wore uncon scious when found having been overcome by smoke The only exit to the street was a narrow old rickety pine staircase which was one of tho first things to burn The police andfiremen think the above list com prises all the casualties bur until the ruins are thorough iy searched it will not be j known whether more unfortunates perished or not FXVJI CYCLONE ST PAUX July Pioneer Press special from Fargo N lieliablo informa tion reached here tonight of a cyclone hoar CimliTord in the south westernpart of Trail comity which resulted in tho death offlve persons in one family aud severe Injury to a man and wife in another There was considerable damage to property THE POSTOFHCE SITE ALLIED ABAiiiST SALVADOR Tiie Four Republics Combine to Crush General Ezcta ADVICES THE SEAT OF WAR The Guatemala Forces Ordered to Remain on the ing Heports Concerning the Battle Contempt foxOutside In tcrfexence NO ACTION HAS BY THE YET BEEN TAKEN The Delay Caused byftPressure ofBusi Will bo Given a Com Notes WASHINGTON July uNE delay in forwarding the papers on the Dooly site ojuised by ibo desire of G on oral Tyner and the aster General to examine the fully before passing upon ifc General Tyner re ceived the report from tlio lease clerk five days ago but when he jvas soon this morn inRby THETRIBUNE corrospondont liehad not consulted ttio PostmasterGeneral I shall try to see him tills said Tyner and have the in sitier II he agrees with mo the Dooly site will be chosen In doublequick time All the re ports of the Postoftlce Department endorse ments are in its favor and I see no reason to doubt that Mr be equally so The delay has boendueto a pressure of business which has prevented my consideration of the report andnothing A Tnly that General MoOook lately appointed Brigadier General will be gfyou command ment jnititoe on t adversely thewlonowing bills airocbingvtbe personnel To mbtJUVn to authorize the promotionof cer tain assistant years of service to i7icroaso ordnancej department to tain officers for for officers who have served continuouslyin the of lieutenant fifteen A NATioifAij calledfor a report of tho condition of the rational banks at the close of duy July 18th JIELIEV TOR A favdnable reportwas ordered House Committee on Claims on the Senate bill appropriating S7350 to S for tho money stolen froth him at Antelop61 Springs v i ANARCHISTS Gloakmakers Strike Prolonged Agitators The strikingcloak makers continue i beligerentj wouldi it is have ral violent assaults today it not been for the ness of the police The cqntractprs there is some secret up this strike The men bavc had several con cessions made and the labor agi tators who them have several times to send the men baqk have not done Sp however of tlie siiys Anarchists are working in the strike and trying to get up serious riot PANICON the A Hydrbtliobiu Victm Passengers COLTIMBUS July Dispatch Francisco7 heavens call an oriedCou ductor as hb the ilttlO Miami train in the depot hereof pi lowed by a excited j Til ere is A man withhy drpphbbia in that car X v Two weeksago cheek a Hound he was attempting to putmitjOf the Saturday the dbg signs of hydrophobia and alatmefi1 was on his to this city to for treatment in As train j neared Hiecity he took ifi t sight a glass of water attacketV gersi barking theiceutral station to hist friends S William mined to o be at tlioilicad Mrs W that she is us NEW YORK July Dispatch Francisco Chronicle news received in this city yesterday by private cipher cable dispatches fully con firmed the account of a battle between the Guatemalan and San Salvador forces Yesterday tho Guatemalan forces under the command of General Fuentosr were en camped a little to the southward and oast ward of Bhalohuapa close upon the San Salvador frontier A special aide had been sent by General Fucntes to convey a dis patch from tho Guatemalan Government to General provisional prcsidout of San Salvador requesting him to give his consent to a ratification of the proposed union of the five republics on tlie 20th of next month at Tegucigalpa tho capital of Honduras The proposed compact for a union of the five republics was agreed upon by tho dele gates from each October 1SSD subject to a general promulgation of the treaty of union September 15 1800 which date is the anniversary of republicanism in Central America General Eueta received the dispatcher and replied San Salvador is a sovereign state arid knows how to act without the inlorfeienoe or intervention of aay other power be it great or small Still to her sister republics sho most courteously yet firmly declines to rc calve from Guatemala Guate mala must recollect that in 1SS7 her Presi dent then and now declared himself a dictator and neither President Barillas nor his Government would brook tho inter ference of any other nation as to his actions San Salvador is only passing that transitory state through which Guatemala passed in 18S7 I as provisional president of San Salvador am only footsteps of President Barillas and dont see that he need complain of what ho himself has done and for whichho received tho approba tion of his My country is uiy judge and it is for her people to luy actions and not for outsiders While to preserve Iho peacewith all her sister Is fully her awn national honor whentho time shall present i President upon receipt of this Nalora and Aguilar to crossthe waiving tne of a doolaration of war The SauSalvadorarmy were pretty much and Agua ohapanT General Exeta who has placed himself in command tlie troops ofSan directedby telegraph the moyomehts of Ana forces which were sent to repulseit the Guatemalans The Guatemalans were not expecting to receivemuch if any resistance on the part of tho wero taken completely by surprise at the resistance offered and retreated precipitately beyond borders of their own territory No estimate of tho loss of lifeon either side can bo from all accounts only thirty or forty werekilled or wounded Tbo San Salvador troops did not1 follow up their advantage as they had tions only to preserve the integrity of their own territory It is in view of this defeat 2000 Guatemalan troops are ad vanoing as under command of Canillo Alverez hfmself an aspirant for in Sau under the protection of General Alverez at their head as qomnianderinchief of forces there no longer remains a doubt that Guatemala intends invading her neighbors territory Mexico although repeatedly appealed to by San both for recognition and has not until now shown her hand Sha has however concentrated her troops on the Guatamalan frontier in the State of Chiapas command of Generals Bossa and Florcst Orders woro issued yesterday bj of War to to Invade the Guate malan territory in case Guatemala should that ofSan Salvador i From the latest statistical information oh tainable tlio turned and can the field is Honduras about 6000 from 8000 to NlcaraguaVand Costa Elca can jointly make ashowing of from to General Ezota is doing his San and envoy IJnitod with a manifesto of what he intends as Gautcmala has cabledher Minister to Europe to Return to Washington GuateniaJawilV also make appeal for the latters protection as against Mexicaninterference ACOMJJINB AOAINST i CiTr OF MEXICO July special frpm GuatemalaVsays theMinisters of Costa Rica arid with of alliance They demand docs ThdtroubleVctilminatad through the XhoilcaLpost i Tho bill tho v of s the granting certain lands to u publlcpark Adjourn odv liarii Asror vcasr thefirst give notice As to r i hten d for her S h W as I n icalled iit d row tied past arid Salt Luko express lieru and will not before tp morrow i piiojcan MiiiTrAtiKKE was by thati raolton Iron rolling a fniQlt Blurh R TT menlSi of Ezeta in thename Central supreme conimand in Sari Sal vador second thatiho legalregimebevestablished in ac the Siu Salvador constifeu tion as before 22ndi thedate of the assassination of and dnmesfcybe to participants in therevplutionary vniove merit Salyafldr JIondurishaa bound herself to this alliance previous treaty with V increasing her forces are ftiOSLvev Gpncrataisobcyed thisorder a nd tias bee n subjected Pan Salvador hs beenTPceiveol hero with open arms by thepublic and Government KZETA ASKED TO VACATK Nuvr OULEAXS July of in this city tonight received a message from tho Guat emala minister iu the of Mexico stat ing that ho had advices from the home Government to tho eiVcct that ropro sentatives of tho QYQ Central American rtatts had asked Ezefrn to vacate the oon trol of San Salvador Tlic dispatch also says that there has been no battle between tho Guatemalans md SuJvaOcrans TWO HUXDUKJ July Herald special from San Salvador confirms the news of a and places tho number killed yt over General ViUavicincto a ialvadorian traitor attacked tho torcos July 16th the next day nid was Guatemala commonced the warfare without a declaration of wnr Many cases of riilos from San Francisco for Salvador been seized aboard the Pacific Mail by the Guatemala Government It is believed thst General Fabio Moran who was aboard tin1 steamship acted as Informer to Gaato mula 0000 WORK AT THE OARS The Gaudaur Crew Win a Most Ex citing EitfO TWENTY OARSMEN AT THE START JEut at the Fiiiisb Were NoIn Park at De troit and Ihilzidol phia leagues Series of Arictories FROM ACROSS THE SEA A aOJTTXY AMONG TtTB BRITISH G KJEN AD 1E K G t A R D S Tlio International Arbitration Movement Porto Kefnses Satisfaction for An Skirmish im President considerable is oratl of 3uateraala fcejxdwiayi and A Siflvridprbero has irigthattheVreport6i paftpf also oeoV a leftforWitliinitoathlufcfUrnooci LOKDOST July San Francisco Clnoniclo the order was issued ordering the grenadiers Bermuda a number of officers sent in their papers of resignation Tbo officials peremp torily refused to accept them Colonel ilnlt land how remains behind in conse quence of his request to be courtmartialed This is a right that tho War Department cannot deprive him In tho course of his speech to the officers nicn of the second battalion of Grenadier guards this morning the Duke of Cambridge said lean no longer speak of you as guards You have disgraced what I have hith erto regarded as tho first regiment of the British Army During tho fifty years I havo been connectod with tho regiment I havo always considered it a model of the British Army As I rode along your ranks this inornIng 1 felt grieved to think that so fine a body of men should so utterly disgrace themselves It Is useless for noncommissioned officers to deny that they were aware of the feeling among tho mea wbich endedin tho recbut deplorable of insubordination Her Majesty tho Queen is I may tell you deeply grieved at the necessity of sending you abroad but there is no Turnlug to Colonel Caton who appeared to bo deeply moved the Duke said Good ID ybe good to the Tho decision of tne courtmartial on men one of tho gronadiers are that throe are sentenced to prison for eighteenmonthsandtwo to two years Tumultuous scenes were witnessed in and around tonight The Grenadier guy rdsheld a meeting here and Indulged in cpntiriupusr speechesand riotous demonstrations smashing furniture and doing other damage The Coldstieam guards were parade toaioh ing order and to maintain They have also been escortthe grenadiersearly way station A rumor says the Coldstream guards will obeythis order and that they will shoot tho first man who goes out toobey Tim The parliamentiary conferejjco on interna tional arbitration opened today Lord Hcrschel Earl of Aberdeen offered a motion declaring that the confer ence hails the concurrent resolution of both Eouscs of the American Congress as a fit ting reply to the address from the 334 mem bers of the British House of Commons re questing President Harrison to negotiate with the powers f or purpose of conclud ing treaties of and congratu lates tlie autonomous America the PanrAnierlcuu conference agreedto a arbitration which now awaitsratvncation The motion was carried as was also a resolution rejoio Iugln the conclude a treaty ar bitration betweenFrance and America PORTE REFUSES SATISFACTION Jiuly Porte de clined to givo demanded by Seryja for the murder of the Servian Consul at Prlstlna or to compensate the widow of the murdered A SKUlMJSrr IN MADRIDJuly Arabs fired upon a detail ofSpanish cnvalry near Melillav a Spanish convictsettlement on the north coast Several cavolrynaen were wounded The attacking party was fortress anda number of ArabskiIIcd A A New Jeisey Makes Her Hus Dand vPrance Jv Juy Dis Francisco CfcronfoZe There was a lively scene onStraight Street this city lastnightilinwhich Sam Close a tho Sixth figured was talluug with two welldressedvwornen when he was by a supposed tobe oplored In anv Instant his blows vritli a head sayihg Tako that Then shc bcgitn to scratch eiscltediy exclaimed lAfi you out not know hip iii this but I am YV threvrbff tho old hat and shawl It was plainly seen that she badblackened her face for the purpose heriielf The woman proved to also made f6rthe two women who him like a You can run away but I know you I have pictures arid the hands of tliepp females Close attention r heV again Jihd marking his naJIsin a terrible manner yheii he her down with r a blow flsV Thp crowd cried shame i aiidCIose escape from apblicpman Vest rHbme InVI rospcct The a laigecrowd of have July amateur fouroared race declared off yesterday by tho foulng of tho Lnrlino and Dtiluth was rowod this morning the Miunesotas winning in and Duluth followincr closo in and St Paul rhird woro out of the race from rho start to iinish All the races this af place on the Superior coinso Just botoro tho rucos L strong breeze made tho water very rough Tho first event tho Lenolr double scull rnoo was won by Minneapolis ono length ahead of tho Lurlincs who were threo lengths ahead of Winnipeg ThoCatlins Cedar Rapids following Time Minne apolis The seniors singles had bnt two starters Corbott and Parsons Corbott maintained the load tho Parsons mado a spurt on tho last quarter but Corbett beat him by about two and onehalf lengths Thu groat professional fouronred race on which betting arid pool selling havo boon lively for tho past few days was tho last event Tho crews held positions from tho shore as follows Iranians consisting of Teenier Hosrucr and WiseRosss consisting of Ross Harry Vail T A Kennedy and P E Murphy tho West Suds of liullalo Gaudanrs crow consisting of McKay stroker Hanuu Gaudaur and Toncyck and tho Erics uf After iho first half of tho down stretch Hanlans and Gaudaurs craws vero the only ones really in tho race Tho otherswere merely following iu the procession Tho caught tho water first but suou forgcil ahead followed closely by tUo Gaudaur crow There never wasseen a wore exciting struggle than between iboso two crews Tho Iranians turned first and pulled away on tbo homestretch a stroke which luft the Gaudaur crew behind a couple of lengths Tho latter werore servingtheir strength however aud jvhon tho halfinilo buoy was reached spurred and recovered distance Then came tho at the finish The Gaudaar crow crept slowly ahead of the Uatilan crew until they reached the finish about a length and a half ahead of the Hanlan and Rorf carno in a tant the Ross crew boat lengths Tho West Ends gaveup the race half way backl The timo of the winners who captured theprize of A jLSsSQttfpr The fouroared junior race rowedover this morning will have tobo rowed more because the St Pauls fouled thes iyt IjOSKb TTTS TKKTIT T BOTFALO July largo crowd at Arlington Club tonight witnessed a spirited glove contest between Billy Baker of Buffalo and Thomas McCarthy of Clean for a pursa of McCarthy In the sixth rouJidv Bakes was terribly punished and lost five teeth The Races t MOTSMOUTH PATIK Seven eighths ct a James won Clarea don second Ohomise third Time Gallon stakes twoyearolds three fourths of a won Flavilla second Annie third Time Barnett stakes and second Judgb Morrow third Time Mile and an Maid Rico second Guard third Threefourths a won My Fellow second Eclipse Timo AO PITXSBURC July 22 Tho weatb cr fine and the track good afc tho opening day of tho Homowood Driving Park Twothirty Viola Olay first Lizzie TJ second Best time Twotwenty five Forest Wilkes first Arctic second Billy BV third FrankBortch fourth Bcsttiine Twotwenty trot Mamhrino Maid won St Elmo second Diansond town Belle fourth Best time JA THE DETROIT DETROIT July 22 Opening of the Detroit Driving Park weather fine Attendanca v Twothirty trot Leopold ont Fix Lor second Hylas Boy third Ryland fourth Best time 2 pace Cricket won Grasts second Chimes third Bonnie 0 fourth Besttime Two three heats McDonelli won JVIaud secAid Tariff Vocher Best time Special cltiss G BJ won and second heats Best Tlie Players Brotherhood The Brooklyn Brotherhood Cl ub lost the gama this afternoon through fiftlding At tendance 200 0 50 011 Cleveland ft Clcvclnnd 5 Brooklyn 30 Grftber anV Sutcliffe HotnTning Gaffney aud Shendau Another defeat was adminifitered today through bit 900 I 3MJi0 10 fjilo13 Nftw York 5 Saitigan and Ewing and Holbert v V The Boston T3rothftrhoo3 nine won in the inning by superior batting Chicixp6 0 0 0 vX 3 Boston ij 0 0 JJostOH Boyle Gumboil and Murphy and uly at 4 Pittsburjr 4 and Leach and These A A   

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