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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE NIQ5T EXTEN3SVE In tho Koclcy Mountain CJFCULAT50N EXCEEDING HAT or VOL 193 SALT LAKE CITY DIPLOMATIC STRU8BLE Mr Blame Harasses Salisbury Into a Close Corner AKE BEHR1HS SEA CORRESPONDENCE Jfor Mnjefttys Premier Forced to Kqulvoeato and Oirouinlo csjtc JJniSJy Hriiks OH NcKotla Phases of tho Con JBIaines Iiast Hhot July President today sciifc to tho Houso of Rop in answer to tho reso lillon introduced by Representative liiU the oillciul SviUi the Government of OmulBritain louchlng on the seal fisheries of Uchrlnff In tlm letter ol uausmlttal to tho Iresliient Secretary lUalnu under date of July lOtli the delay In transmission the directed on tho Jllli Insu lln tho corrospua derice is Hiill in progress Tlio correspondence includes thirty rate with a letter from IMrst decretory of Legation and dMTaIrws after Minister 21 closing n fron Heeietaty Hliilno to Sir Julian litttlsh Minister dated July 10 The opening lot tor from Edwards says ho by Ills call ftt the fact iuiinor8 havereached thu ilriUsh Government that n vessel had and by tli tJnltcd cruisers hi Boh iiiu sea outside the threemile limit and jislr tiu United States to Kend striuffont in structions to its lu pre ixit llu pos sibility of such occurrences taking placo in wltii die assurances of Soerolury Iiavurfl that ponding tlio noKotiafcloris nn KIKII intei foreucu should take place and lidiliiiK tliat Sir Julian Panmjofoto on his rtUunt lp Wasliirihtnri be propurod to discuss tlio whole question To Mils on the same day that some rumors probably bastid on truth reached tho Government of the United flutes but that up to date there had boen olliolal coniinunlcaUon received on tho subject Ho adds It iuts boon and the earnest desire of the President of the United States to have such adjustment fus shall remove all possible ground oC inlft with her Majestys Govern coiitiornliift thu existing troubles In UplirlnK sou and the bellovos tho for thu delay in adjustment cdnnot b1 properly charged to the hiont of the Jutted In tbo opinion 61 the President the points at Issno beUvoon two OJiWirimifinUi aif capable of prompt on a basis entirely honorable to i ScpUinbor last Edwardos naked i vvium lio inteht expoctaa answer to the request of tils Government mado August thai Instructions bo scut to Alaska to tho probability of of Wrltltm kJUis In Unliving sea ilo snys recflrit re of hnvlntf taken place urn much excitement both iii England i ml September 14th replied that ho supposed her iMaJostyji Government was Hitislied of Hie Presidents ounirst iknlro to OMUI to n rilendly utfroemunt that tho Sir Julian PatuiJefotu to proceed immediately after arrival in October a full discussion ol tlie quostion all necessity for preliminary corro spondonro loucliius its merits A categori cal response would havt bcun and still la impracticable unjust to this Government mlsleadini to the cf hoi1 ThoniCori the ml cement of IVosUUint WHS that llio whole Hiibjoct could tuotc wisely be ruruamlud to the formal dls so near ut hand U wus proper howovir to add that any instructions sent to sen nttho Mmo if yonr orlplwal vedueslwould havo failed roach those lirfare departure of the vessels if United Ptntes The coiMiiiuiiioatlon is a tolofram from Lord Salisbury to Edwardos favorlntf mo proposed International jiKoomout fora closed season on the sealing grounds In lot tor to Oclobor nd tho Manjnls trruismlU oopioaof afilda vits bnariiiR on tbu sebinroVorithu JrJtlflh Ulack by Ihe United lie says It is alll dMvits tliat the vessels wonf a cll tiiiioe from land far in limit of which Any nation can claim fntounatlonal law ThQ oases an Similar In respect to thoso of tbo ships and bv a of tho United States cuitsldo of HlTllorial wiitcrs in tho summer of 3lti adds that tho iltepality oC this was to tho attention of flio TJnltod States and though no onichil reply was mado Ilay ul savo unotlUilnl assuranco no more would bo mado pendlhpnotrorlntfors and says But in viow of tho unoxpuctod ixHiewjvl of of which her Majestys hiui previously complained is my dutv aKititist thorn and to In tin opinion of her Majestys Government they arc wholly unjusfcUlcd by Intoniatlonal The between and thJ now British Minister Jatiuarj iliJnd of this year with a very Ions hntor from iho Secretary to Sir Tulian Iaunco foto Tho Scfrotary openod with an ac of the receipt of paporsbwir n4 on the mado by the He says Tn the opinion of Mio President the Canadian vessels arrested and detained In sea were enKajtei1 in a pmSuit in Itself cimtra bonoa a pursuit which in necessity involves serious nncl injury to the rights of the Governriunf and people of the UnJterl States To establish ground It Is not neciwaary to arprue questHMi the extenr and of tho wivoreUynly of this Government over tlie Hehrlntr sea it Is not nooessary to oxphiln cortalnlv not to define tho powers and privilege eflcd by his Ma1esty tho Kmporor of Russia In treaty bywhich the Alnskan forrltory was trans ferred to tho United States The weiffhty consideration growing out of acquilHon of that territory with atl the rights on land anti sea inseparably con nected therewith may be safely left out of view while tho grounds are sotforth npcm which this Government rosts Ksjustifioatipn for tho action complained of by her The Secretary then speaks of tbe value of the seaJ fisheries which were controlled by Russia without interference or quostion un tril the cession of Alaska to the Stater in This utidlsturbert possession continued to the United States passing whalitii vessels abstaining from seal capture He says that this uniform avold aiicw oi to talco iur thoso waters had been a constant recognition of rijrlit held by Kuasla and siibsoqiioutly by this Governmont It bad also been a recognition of tho now hold beyond denial OT the taking of seals opou sea rapidly leads to ex tinction Tbia was tho condition Alaska fisheries down tho joar 1SSG IrccQdents and rights been established or by Russia or the XJntted States fornearly a rtfmtury Tho two natioiift were the owned a foot of lewdon borUpvod on tho Islands Behring to their pfsaccful and secluded field of labor whoH benefits o equitably shared oy tht native Aleuts f the Iribylotr Island by tliu Jfilted by certain Ouutdlftri Jn their to untor and by a course to destroy UK Hshcrios and witli them destroy afso the tin rcsultitiK valiifiblc industries Tlio Government of tbo United States at once pruccKJed check this movomont was sure io lo freat and Irioparabl harm It was the cause of un surprise to tlio States thot should immedl rifuly Io defend uil encoursixe Io encourage by dyfondlug the of the Canadians in disturbing an jn which had bcua ciirefuily more than ninety years undur the llagH of JUiHlii and tho Cditcd States clovulupca Jn sucli a manrifr as not to intcrforo with ptiblli or private Industries of any people nr any other person lias bee tlie Injury to fisheries from the Inocular and of soals in open waters of BolirJng SCIL by Canadian vessels whereas tlie Govern incnt had allowed a hundred thousand to bo taken annually for of years In is now compelled to reduce tho number to Klxty thousand I f fonr years cf this viola tion of natural law and neihbors rights reduced the annual slauKator of seal by forty per cent It is easy bow short a period would bo required work a total de struction of tlio fisheries The ground upon which her Majesty s Government justifies or at least defends tho courao of tho Canadian vessels rests upon the jfact that they were committing their acts of diStruclion on the high seas It in doubtful whether her Majestys Gov ernment would abide by this rule if an at tempt were mado to Interfere with tho pearl fisheries of Ceylon which extend more than twenty miles from tho shore lino and have boen enjoyed by England without molesta tion over since their acquisition So well recognized is the BrLtrsh ownership of thoso fishcrfOM repardlessof the limit of tlio thrco rnllo line that her Majestys Government feels authorized to sell tho pearl fisheries rljrht from year to your to tho highest bid Nor is It probable thatrthomodes of flsbins on the grand hanks prac ticable but highly destructive would bo justified of oven permitted by Groat Britain on the pica thai the vicious aofcs committed were more than miles from Ifo mentions dynamite as ono of thoso do methods her Government seriously maintain that tho law of nations Ls power loss tn prevent such violation of th6 com mon ruhtK of man Aro thu supporters of jiisHcu in all be declared incom petent to prevent wrongs and so lestjuctlve Tnthe Judgment of this Gov ernment tho liiw of tho sea Is not lawless ness One stop beyond that which her Majestys Gbvommonthiui taken In this con tention and piracy Hurls Its Tills Govorriiuent bur bton ready to con cedo much lnordrtr to adjust all tho differ ences views has in tho judgmont of tiio rresldent already proposed a solutSon not only equitable The Presi dent now irwaitK with deep Interest nor uri nilxed solitude any for a reasonable adjustment which her Majestys Government may sitbmlt Tho forcible ro which this Government Is can strained in tielirlng sea la in the Prcsl clfints judgment ciouiandod not only defending tbo traditional long established rights of tho TJnltcdStates but also rights of good government and good Tn this United States has no qcojislon and no dosiro to withdraw or modify tho position which it has Ht any time maintained against tho claims of tbo Imperial Government of Rus sia Tho Statw from whiciv it do mandcd for when Alaskawasa part ofUio Tlusfiian Empire nor Is the Govqrn uf tho United States disposed to oxor in possessions any less power or authority than tt was willing to concede to the Imperial Goverment of Rqssla when ts snvoreljTirty extended On April wrote to Blaino In answer to his invitation for ft counter proposal fora sotUernent solo objoeli of Uie tbonrqaerva tlonof tho fur seal of particular or intfrtost It bo strangetf tliorn should bn rneuns ofvfloTvbig iho difficulties which hadt Ti vlawof no soluMon would satisfy opinion In Canada or Great Brifairi without n full Inquiry mixed commission of exports Meanwhile ho was prepared to recommend to bis Gov frntriont certain provisional nnd procau tInnaT measures to remove apprehension of the depletion of the fur seal species ponding the report of the commission Ho then cites authorities to show1 that Mio number of seals Is on tbe Increase Tho Minister says But in order to quiet all aporehenslon on thrtt woro would propose vhlonni rtxrulations That sealing should Tin nrohibited in soa tho Sen of and adjoining waters during the months of May June October November and TJecember which may be termed tho migration period of tho fnr soal nil sealing vessels be pro from approaching tbo breeding within a radius of ten Minister then embodies tho draft of tin agreement for a mixed commission to oovor und other points rmd report The MaTfinls of Saljsburv under elateof May 22nd in a letter 1o the British Minis ter thrit tlio nogofrifitlons liotwoen Blaine and tbo Minister nfTorcl a strong reason to liopo thnt tbo question is in fiilrwnv tnwnrds n satisfiiotory jmdortake to replv to Blalnos arsrn inontf relative to statement thattho seizures were justified by tbe fact thnt thr enudged tn tbc pursuit contra mores tbo Marquis says This obvious thnt two questions are in vovnd whelhevthprvnrsntt nnd kill ing of fur souls In pertain narls of tbc onpn IB from tho point nf view nf national mcniiMty on pnofirr ftcmis Serondly whether If such be the case tb If justifies seizure oil thoKigh sens nnd subserjnent confiscation1 in time of rieneenf private vessels of a frlcncliy TTeanvs further that1 it Is an axiom of In tor national mnritime such notion only admlssnble incnsq of piracy or tj of a speolnl ihter Tintlonal agreement This principle bus been nnivprsallv admitted by jurists and wnsvory distinctly laid down Tyler In a special messacre to iinry 27 nu the riffht to detain and senreh a ycssel on snsnieion of piracy he iroos on to say no nation hnr in timn of neaconny au thority todotain the ships of another upon thobich seas anv pretextwhnteror outslflo of its territorial Now tbo pursuit of the open sea under Whatever has never hitherto been conslderdcV piracy by a state Nor cvoWif the Stntosjhnfl gone so fnr as tomalce the killing seals piracy by tboir mnniclpal law have jnstlfied them in punishing oiTonses against such law committed by any persons other than their own citizens out side tbo territorial jurisdiction of tho I tod States Inv the ease of the slave trade a practice which the civilised world to look upon abhorrence the right AiTesXlng tho vessels ot anothercountry was oxercisod only by special international aiid no one povornmetit1has bcpuallowed that general control claimsJn bo half of itho United States In regard to seal iTnt Majostys Government must question whether this pursuit be i6garde3iiis cmitm60710 unless and special has bcorinvgreed iyIntornational lt areindispufcably arilmala ferae htvyo by jtirists as No thoroforo something moro than a more declaration lifat the GovuriUKcnt of the States or tven otbtr countries in in tinseal trade are lowers a certain course of proceeding to reader tbiib course iuunoral Majesiys would deeply rfigrot tta tin pursuit of fur souls on tbe high seas by Brjtish vensols should involve fiveii lighlest injury to tic peuplo of the If rhocaso be proved they will bo ready io consider what measures can no properly taken for a remedy of such in jury but they would beunable on that UTAH THUBSDAT MOBSrCsG 2i 1890 THEMETRE QUEERS OWN iTULUiU r groiind to depart from vhu principle on proclaniaiion by her Slates to renew tlic acts at with iimiah vessel outsiCo of icrritoria waters of the Unil3i rituces ihiy luid previously Lu iho Minister is consequence io protest ajuinsi uch intor fepunec and t declare that tier HriUnnic Government mast hold tht oi tbe United Biaccss resjjfnsible for iliat mayensue from acts UVLcontrary to thccstiiullslicd princi ples of iaw Thu neVct on Tune Uth replies to Secretary proposition looking to a PRiBE IK THE IHi Oovei vliict free comjTiorco on thohiph seas do pe Respecting Blaincs statement of the ex clusivo monopoly by liussia the Marquis quotes from John Ajuincy Adams United Minister in 1Lussia which na tion in prohibiteilVall foreign vessels from approaching within three miles from the coast of Hohring Straits to the that British vessels shall riot eutor Ikhring sea corning season writes tliat Lord tbo rextuest sonts constitutional diflioulues which would preclude licr Majestys Govern ment from aeeedinp io it is a part of a general schcino for a soulo meiaof Hie controversy laud on cortaiu ctinditlons which are That govern forced by an armed Kusslan naval vessel to leave tlie waters He also arenas from tho speech of Siimnur introducing the qufisl ion of the of Alaska to Oon gress It wos Uiat I i ted Wtales soverununt fild not regard thojn sclvcsas purchasinga monopoly Having dealt with the furbearing ani ho went on to treat of the fisheries aiid aftural La ding to thepieponco of differ ent species wholes in the vicinity o2 tho AI No sea is now marc claiu Ali of ibosv inay be pursued by i ship uiCf any except directly on tbo coast or Tlio Mar quis also says that Blaine must have been misinformed respectingtho upinterrupted possession of the UniteM States from 130Ttp 18BG oxtniCtsfroni reports of United States to show that during that time British vessels onguged at intervals in MIO furseal fisheries with tho cognizance of theUnified States He further states that whales Luwo not heretofore engaged in sealing beqauso of a lack oftime aiid ilnds it necessary todeul with the ques tion of the of tho seal through Peiacic seating iis itis proposed to examine the subject by appointed by tho two Governments that If all such sealingworo Stopped the soal would TlioEslineiisu Favorite jfSer Guards THEY WOOLS HOT SfiPPRESS A RIOT vanished o live wnli Mrs lrnnk Delv rhrto wns al a daily visitor oiijeo of lior she caHed on her lawyer and j ty obtained the hi the suit snyuij w she was going awwy from iho city uul would nor ioiarn Coins nomw wentto j VVWUHUW her room whore atsnppor iiinc boarder found her sitting in a had taken caieJ ior d I ou about ten oclock THE SUHOL CHALLENGE DECLINED THE Feet The Dunlo Divorce Trial Commenced of the Cattle ScrvKi Threatens the ForeignNews tbo award ill interference with Hritish seal In ij vessels should absolutely cense that tho theaward should bo adverse to the Brit ish subjects for the losses which may snstabi by reason Jt their compliance tliu mitish proclamation Iii the next comrmniicalkm dated the iirstof thu Lord Salisbury refcring to Blaiues criticism ujiou the abrupt close of ueffotiationiv quotes from a statement made to himvby United States Minister as follows Uudor tbo circumstances of Americaat this1 said Phelps with a general would beoflittle use and iudaed hardly practi cable to conduct any ncbtiations before the election bad taken On tho last of Jiute Secretary Blaine ad dressed to the British Mhujster a very long letter In answer to LordSalisburys uommu jiieatipu in which stated that John Quincy Adaina protostecl against Rus sias clairti to exclusive jurisdiction Behring sea Secretary The quotation which Lord Salisbury is unfortunately a and misleading one Tiroconcltiston is sep a cbnimais turnftd intp a period and the iniiVpVtant qualilicatioo ustotiiuo is withoiit by tho of nations are now free to all tbe world Tho next letter In tbo Is from tho British Minister dated May 2Krd Tho Minister tboSecreKary has conilruiodnowspuper rf statomontii tb at rov onue cuUets havr boon ordered to Tohring sea to seize forofgn sealers ho is instructed say that a formal protest against such Interference with vessels will be for warded without Jiiuluos three flays later is oven irtorp being a siinplo acknowl odgment of receiptof tho letter Later however Sir Julian that in turn tho dpnt to against tbe course of tbe lUittisb Government encour aging and protecting arc not Inteiforlng withAmerican rights Wliring sea but which are doing violence wQilto tbe rights 6f the oivilized The President is surprised that such a proiesb should bVaufihorixpd by Lord tbo previous of his lordship would seem to render it Tbo secretary apidly sketches tho history of tbo tbe previ ous administration You observe that from tho 1st of to tbo 23rd of April Lord Salisbury bad in every foirm of speech assented to the of a for the protec tion of assurances to tho AmbiJeari1 the Enssluh Ambassadorand one occasion to the States no roasbn to doubt whole touching tbo seal fisherieswas Cbntinuliig Socretury Blaino SaTis buryVsaicl that neitlipr noriin order ln06uiicii drafted until Canada is Mr dSspatoh Sflptombor 13th reported His Lordship the Canadian Government objected to any such rrestrio and until ats consent could bo ob tained her Majestys not c Into a Says the Secrofcary Tils Government cannot but feel Salisbury would hayo clealt mpro frankly If 1rithe begin bad so informed Minister Tho British Governnibnfc would assuredly and rlgbtCully oomplain if agreement between her repro3oriia and the ropre sentaiivfioftbe States should with out notice bo the United States on the ground that the State of Cali fornia was nob willing that Itsbbuldbocom i In bo prdposes in behalf of tho P rcsiden liorMajestys Govern mont permit Vessels to t3n tor Bebiing seatlVls s6aspu inbrder tliat time may bo soourod for jiosptiatipnsitbHt should not be disturbed un duly influenced agitation June xhd tho Sparetary writes Sir Julian thattlio believes tbtitarbltratipn cannot be concluded1 in this season and suggests that make for tlio single season wbicb in be offbreclto permanent as a has acjaially reduoecl them Into his possession capture ItiequireB Avh ioli load to afriendly agreement To this the 3rd tliat a further oximinaiion of the has satisfied his Lordship that such an ex treme thskproposefl in 1SSS far beyondthe requirements of thocase There would power to enforce observance an agreomotit by a Brit ish vessel Sociotary Blaino replying Jline 4th says moasuro wlis pronosedsome tJ mo pre v Ion sly TprcTSaVisfili ry b iiuscl f aiid concludes President does not conceal disappointment the sake of an impartial arbitra tion her Majestys Government isjnot will ins to siispend single season which Lord Salisbury dosishialed in thewanton avaluable indus try and Government has f or inly regarded of its estabiifjhod June 9th Sir Julian Vauncetoto presents a copy of a from1Lord in wliieli President should thinkhis in conciliation but ifeis beyond the power1 of Canadian ships frbnv any portion spas even for an wjtTiout legislative The vSeeretary says furth by treaty with Russia of nor Us renewal of nor by its second renewal renewal In 1850 did Britain gain any right seals in liehrlng soa treat ies were a prohibitionupon which she steadily respectedso long as Alaska was a Russian J for tireab Britain to show by what rights in that sou after tlie transfer of its sover eign ty to tbeUnited tiiiie betiweeri the treaty and the secesslon oC AJaska to in Great the right of her subioiits seal in Beii rlng j ecte ct id d uringl t h lon g cl tempt tocatch seals in Bohring 1 ain tioiis whJclrFaddressod to Jiiiid of which still remain namely illdthe sjilps Canada derive a right tip ISSa fridncd froiii Upon whatgrpuncls did horMajestyls Gov in lS80a courseof conductt Iiv Behring sea which had beencarefully vpr since tho disboyoryof sea reasoning did her ernmont conclude that an initied against tbb vifflits the had never beenat riglits whea held Einpire thirtieth and last letterof the cor rospondcnce which would if fill over twenty newspaper dressed by Mr Blnlue fotQ from Harbor In by Diiltpd States is willing to considerall the pro ceoditigs of April Hi as cahcclledvso liiiras rights be Government Gjeat ad hero only to the agreement made between Lord Salisbury and Mr of February That agreed toand LONDON July San Francisco tbo order was given to the Grenadier Guards LO leave England wore confined Jn Wellington Barracks Great latitude how ever was given and friends and relatives woro allowed to visit them Tho arrest of six Grenadiers and their trial by court martial tended to cast a gloom over tho whole bnttalion When the sentences wo re pronounced on parade yesterday the panic painful scenes occurred oldest soldiers oC tho companies to luvvo been selected for trial The tfvlsoners ox cliaugo their for prison garb The precise hour for removalto Krixton Mililaiy Prison was a wellguarded wirile their transfer to tho ambu lance wasouvas so quietly oflected tuat only a few soldiers and spectators were present The Grenadiers hainlcuicd in Paris and escorted by uunoommlssjouod officers The Queen is said to be greatly agitated overthe discoveries of tho last few days The Second Batalion of Grenadiers was her favorite troop and for tbo mento save them from exile Av the Horse Guards and War Office no other course was open and it was even proposed to abolish the namo of the Grena dier Guards This mutiny has created the greatest sensation which London has had in recent years The cause of the whole trouble is believed to be socialism and agitators it is said have secured the enlistment of men in this particular troop for isonie years past The alarmists Joliovt it was of m extensive diabolical plot embracing do sensationalrevelations skin shakos were token a from the men who wera given thewhite hoi mots used in tbo Indian service Several officers of the guards thobattalion was ordered on foreign service but tbo War TCflice refused tb accept their resignations place has been taken by tho Colrl streamQuards TUTS DUNLO DIVOUOE CASK LONDON Tuly The trial of action for divorce brought by Viscount Dunlo son of the Earl of Clan cartw against Liswife who previous to his was known in a London music hall as Belle Hilton was iy by Sir Charles JSusseU mado betweenthe ments and flid tw6Gbveru Llussia Asking Lord Salisbury the leave the agreembrt of April1 liith to be tuined if maintained at all by Russia whoso cause and for whose advautage it spavticularly Blaiue aisd refersto Lord statement eventsill the United States had caused aia interruption1 the not a Caiiadiir closes tbe vol umhip uscorrespond as I am i usfcined In assuming that Salisbury canuot rebur to the of IMieips as one of tndreasons for oil hogbtiations becansc tlie In actvial progress for inore than four months after was P helps himself took a largo part in tliehi Upon tUis recitaVof facts I am unable in aiiyway to iiuaiify thestatev ment madoin my notd ofJuue Oth to the ellect tliat clcsed because the Canadian objeciedi and that he assigned no other reason whatever Lord expresses a belief even t have takenof these tiaiisactlonsas would not bear tlie argumenb which I found arputnentto whleh Lord Salisbury refers I jemynstraiice I by direction of the ProsldohB agamsb the change of by her Majesvys Government notice and agai list the tbo Uoited States Theiuterpositibn of rwishesvof ra British a convention between the two KatitAs according to Phelps had Tjeeuvirtually areed uon oxceptas in agreed upon oxcept tlie Presidents belief raye justice to the Government of York VTuly S the who buried the Annie win the girl was brpuprbt Havlem thismorning as a aiid1 say Salisbury vossois from entering itho present time forim partial McGonisaVs drove the body pf the cbmthe lyingin to Merriius tnVdertakinS as an af tertlie f of the murderedgrl h e ivas inform that tary Blaine coiild iipt sail iiig yessels be inter foTOclwith n regret atf adiuit A Pembroke raftsmen as Jeep inthe Qnly fQt the police riots was all a part of the Conservative Englishmen however not accept the theory of socialism and say tho angered against their commancUM Colonel Maitland who is put down us a martinet Colonel Maitland has askofl ior a and will be tried Be OvcrXiuc Cost a I DKXVKR July to General Manager Coirbrrai of tlio arrived herii 10day Colorado In an interview he said The for the great KuskIvunhoe tunnel ihrnush tho Jjas btou lorby our com pany MichnclMl Keeie of Buite who has lust completcl a tunnel 70CO feet for the Montana Contra Railroad which is tho third longest tunnel in the UnitedStates When tho Busk tunnel is completed it will be the third longest tun nel so that Mr Keefo will havo the honor of having buiit the third longest tunuel twice since the Busk will cost about a single track through it but will bo as complete a piece of work of itr kind as there is ia the country Tbc contract calls for tbo completion of the work in twenty months In order to insure delay from breakdowns the contracvor is obliged to furnish duplicates of all machinery in the engines boilers HamTin Will 7ot Risk Tea Thou Saveil For iic 1nwl Race Fall Gamos July to Champion of Colorado won the lght with Jack Ryau of this afternoon in tho lifih round a purse of with clown hunuiod sports took a special train this afternoon and after miles the city ring u vium i Vn f M Wls pltchOU i down throti uiues before he iinally up from sliowr exhaustion nnd insensibility lie was not 3n iihowever though his carried htm for i round and a half after ho Lad praeticaMy lost the Jiiht Woods wwnii down upon bauds ind knots us 7Csulb of a stunning blow tho c neck from bis opponent in tho thijd round bo cr etc 0 that in of an accident and iu forni iJbt stop Tho work on the to Wooj ln tbofiistround the tunuel will be ooiumcnced THE DOOLY SUE ApSoVED TUB tOOATIOlf Off LAKES SETTLED Director Locch on Silver York iJankcrvS qoardbrK tlio Metal Harrisons 31 Tlio doJIcnSo is an absolute denial of the charges sEiivrA TUUMATBNS THE POKTB July Servia in a note to the Porte threatens to severdiplomatic relationsunless the Vortfo gran ts certain measures themurder of tho Servian Consul at Frllteana oir ims CATTLE SLAGTJJ PETEitaBtJRO July The Siberian cattle plague Is ravaging tho province of Kiazaii Cattle horses and sheep are dying Twothirds the animals attacked die from tbe disease A number of peasants contracted tho dis but no fatalities thus far have been INDIANS The Two Topics JDiscussed iix Con gresa Yesterday July The Senate re suraed consideration of the Indian Appro priation bill An1 amendment the President of a commission of tLree persons to visit Puyal lup in the State of Jtomake afull inquiry ro VjrarInigsuch rcseryatiqiv whether the power of alienationby should be re moved whetherrailroads shall be granted ripftts agreed offerddan araendraent for tlie by the President of a commis sion of three1 to fix tho northbrn lino of Springs reservation in Oregon ana Indian reservjition in tbe State of and for portion of that reservaUon of committee were It wfintbvcr The Oouimittey ro pofted a 6n the Prcsidont formation tpucbhigthc arrest in Cuba iiiid ii was asrood to July sub nvittod the report of on Elec tions lit the Virginia contested elec tibnCiisp of Aldersori The report which finds of ordered printed and Kelly regarded tho pro vision ryqu 5 r ing that tJie ibferees should be members of legal profession as a isult to tiheTaombeisof the other profussions tlipught the billunwise ana Wuson Taylor the methods i mcasiiiC was being 4U forit was bojng considered If properU it opposed the bill Ends Her Troubles July to Tun Postmaster General tociuyap reports fur tho Dooly sSto and has ordered tho payers to be prepared for the leases Fred Simon of Salt La Ice is in the city lb on business of hfjijorfcanco to tho material interests of the July Dispatch Chronicle The price i350 Is ounce quoted hi London yesterday for bar silver while unprece dented perhaps said Director of the Mint this afternoon is largely due to speculation in silver course tho primary cause is the passage of the Silver You will observe if you have watched tise stock market that silver is dbiiis some very sprinting in the United Slcires just atpresent althouph yesterday j and last knock down It was In redhot fight from tho very bc piniui nnd one of tho best over seen in Cuovado Kyan wos very bruised aboui the body and both eyes were almost closed ana his considerably swollen Three teeth were knocked out hi tho last round beforu ho wenvto grass His hand was broken in tlio tirst round buthis nerve kept up until the lust part of the when it berime bccomliiK badiy and very paJxifnl THF July Associated The first ovent of today was tho yacht ruciiiR and the condiMons were perfect Tha course WHS miles loug Nushka won tliird Lily lourth In tlic the junior fonroarcd was rowed for the thiid time Tho Duluths and Lurlinos came in togolhor bcic hivvJng fouiiHl were thrown out Tbo Winr nlpegs worn tirst about a IciiRth ibad Of the St Pauls Jn the junior doubles the Minncsotas atsd Lurlinesfcviled to start tho CaUius rowing over the courao alone The sentcrr pair was and Lvon of the Detroits being too much for their opponents Savgcant and tforbos of tho Owoshtanang club The latter Quit tho turn i The Racoa jSTmr luly Turf FfoZiZ aiul referring its for a Jaco Stares just at present aitnouRU yeaieruay j it dropped arpoint Certain Newi aiklrocoipts saysUainlin hnsre York have for some time been enuaged in pfieci dwlining to accept in his getting a corner on silver pending thepas mint the chaJices favor SunpL Besides ho sazoof the Silver biluThe New Western alono stored its vaults about ounces while upwards of aro fnMie hands of others inthat law goes into It will bo impossible to tell with any thinglilcc accur acy what willbo tho market price for silver date for one nionlii It may have a still higher ten dency inasmuch as wo are compelled tobny ouuces amonth and it maybo sevural joints lower than it is today But wluiieveris the market price that the Secretary of tho Treasury is bound to pay We have only today receivedtho Silver bill officially fromCongress tnd are now en gaged in study its President Hamsori has draflcd a rnossaso to urging tho adoption of the Blaiuoreciprocity scheme bxit on broader terns and with ascope exwusivo than has been advocated by the Secretary of State It can be stated authorioativejy tb at a rough draft of the m ossstgo h as bee and is now on the President s desk Both and Mocrill of the Senate Finance Committee became coavertodto the Blaine doc brine recently and added their influence to that of Ihe Secretary of State Tho following nominations were sent to tho be Ministers Plcmpulontiary pursuant to an of Congresss approved July34 P Anderson Mia isicrKcsident and CousulrGeDfjral at La toBolivia ClarkK Carr Illinois now MinisterKesidenliv and CoflsulGcneril at Oopenhasen txs Denmark John D Vv asU burn anl Con salGeneral at Berne George Mnney of Tennessee to Banigusiy and UrnKuay L Stovens inSster Minister Pleni pqtentlary to tbo Hawaiian Islands TEE RECORD OR DISASTER A Salt Liake Yacht Disaster ROCK ouly to a uii vas a ride on auv eastbound on bis pcVsojj showedhisnamc to He carried a card of the Typqjjrophical was boldIon the body and a verdict of accidentaldoafh AYACHT kACK mSASTEH DULTITH MinnV July 23 morning asaadon cam ITj711 Uf UU W wonid not put up a forfeit of 55000 and run the risk of his raare Kolus wronj Ho will however match Belle asainst Su riolfor SiSOO forfeit the v inner to ta Ice and tbe loser 40 per centof tho receipts The Tiirf Field and Farm says It has no auchority to accept sncb i and The llyins filly from California is beius held in rccrvy for a rico with tha great young stallion AT ST ST PAUL Jnly ovor peoylo attnmicd the opening dayof the Twin City Jockey Club meeting Tbo track was1 fast and the weather warm The event of the day was tho fourth race the City Derby The vaiuo to the winner Tlie horses were rntho best coudltkavand was tbe sJgual for burst of applause which did not subside till Ions after the great rac6 had been run and do cidcrl After ono break they startedIn good style Threeyearolds and upwards Cousin Icenis won Anna Koll second TJmo Twoyearolds live Joy wnn Marmose second Walnut1 third Time and won War peak second BJantyro third Mile arcd a Ponso won Joe 35hifkburu second Verge third Time Tli of a in Farrow won JUval seaonfi Laraont third Farrow won Bival secondvno third Time i DETROIT DETROIT July Twouvedtysix trot nnflnrshed from second Harry Me dinui third WavelHiid vcnty trot best two in S2000 iirst Blucir Tiolean Best time clnss and nianofacturcrs siinrautoed second PinyRoy third Giilcte fourth tlnje Twoseventeen pace E Eiuina Finloy tbSrd Besi tiine The Players BrothexnoocL d the Atv i The t by hitimj jyndjuiCi 0 i 7 0 0 0 30i4 1 10 Brooklyn 10 morulhg a saSdon cam Mvoamcr K and another bbac sank U1 l was her ownar Ohanos K Jiark ana l 0 u r l vfitb J IN Ciark aua 5000 f o wiiUcParceliyasresciied in a dyms conj 0 0 0 0 a wife three ii xew York 19 of other boatswere rescuediIn a sbJort time unin jured i pntcb steamer eyr York passedthe tlie on 1of Eiiinia c li Spar She was 48 y esirs bid 1 Thf Boston Brotherhood1 Club had an afternoon Attendance 2300 v l rt tf 0 17 15 Boston and Kilroy and Mack Hit The National fireati Manitattan New Dover The did not aRa iwo 4tgypt was an Boston League Attendance000 rbuilt Attendance 0 0 p q 1 i Jaod forcing wilKtie in au Unrated i JaJy 26   

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