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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE MOST EXTENSIVE Jn the Kocky Mountain CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT OF In tlio City Combined TOT 198 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY JULY 1S90 PKICE FIVE CENTS rWAB IK CENTRAL AMERICA A Battle or Battk Fought Whicli Both Sides Win FEAR OF MEXICAN INTERVENTION Jl NEW YoriK July m San Francisco Chronicle City of Mexico dispatch Tho contradictory stateirionts from Guatemala and Salvador indicate thai some tall prevaricating is being dono by ono of the two countries Tho opinion hero Is that the alleged alliance of all tho countries of Central America against Salvador Is for tho purposu of crushing out of existence that small Republic under tho plea that anarchy prevails and that General EzetanGovernment not desired by the people of Salvador The of rifles aboard the Hloarner Collma by the Government has been a con stant tliorno of conversation here today Many believe that owing to tho fact thatfcho was made before hostilities had oe eimed and before tlio Central American was signed the United States will ask Guatemala for an explanation of hor conduct Later advices further details of tho pohiro that tho number of rifles seized was two hurulrod and that they had neon or derel from San Francisco before any rev movement hud broken out in San Salvador Thesis arms wore the use of the newly formed mounted pollco In Salvador It Is fuithor known that tho captain of tho Colima strenuously objected to the forcible anl arbitrary motliorls of Guate mala In taking possession of arms eou slgnoc to A lanndt containing a o armed men up alongside j tho Collma and made a dumarid upon tho y impMiIn for the rlilns which he tofused to givo up Tlio wan then boarded and the arms seized arid transferred to tho launch which took them ashore ANOTHER OTMUfUXfl A revolutionary uprising on a small scale took yesterday at San Miguel vador The ringleaders wore caught tried by court martial and shot fn tlio interior of tho republic everything is quiet I TIUS SALVADOR Mr Gorlnlrno Ton was shown a telegram published yesterday from GautomaUi that referred to tlio compact entered into by tlio Ob n trdl Amorloun republic agalristSalvador Ho said Gatttowiala has noright to intor In tio Internalaffairs of San Salvador evtm if usslHled by the other republics An of MitiK evov an frnpuslfJon and After such Important ovents as Jtliosti havo tukon place In Salvador t Is to nowly consult the will of the people and threats of Guatomala and her allies aro Incompati bly with tho dignity and Indopondonoo of tho poop to of Mr Ton referred to tho Gautemalan dispatch touching the points of Central American compact relating to amnesty for all engaged In revolutionary movements uncl said with equal reason Salvadors old decree a law granting pf moral amnesty to all people who have taken part In any revolutionary move ment against Guatemala or her allies Ho further said tho excuse Riven by Guatemala that tho ofllcor in command of hor troops L In the light committed an net of flfs oboillonoe by crossing the frontier and that 1 lie lias boon arrentcd and will be courtmar is ridiculous because under tho instances ho should havo boon Irnnie dlaUMy courhmartlalorj whlcli is something Guatemala has not done nor thinks of doing GUATEMALA MINISTER Manuel Minister Interprets tho telegram announcing tho com pact in Central America as meaning that if General does not stop down and out peacefully the combined powers will Invade Salvirlor for the purpose of muklug him submit TUB OATTTiK FOUGHT received in this city yesterday moruKig from Guatemala arid Salvador confirms the account given of tho battle on the fro itiors of tho two countries on July 17th H is said that orders have been given to General I Mo Porta civil arid military oommarukir of tlie Iotartmwb of Ohlqil mula to advance troops toward tho Salvador frontier Those troops will bomet by a like number from Honduras under command of Gomrnl Avila Locayo and force of both countries will mako a joint Issue against Salvador AKUAIO OP MEXICO Great fears are felt In Guatemala that Mexico is about to cross the border with her troops and make si direct onslaught on The latter country has de tailed Generals Molina and Souorro Do Leon to unite tht forces In their departments and in Altos numbering all 0000 men and concentrate them in tho depart man t of Iotcn in order to resist the Mexicans General Guatemalan Secretary of Wiiv hits assumed personal command of the Guatemalan troops in the capital Troops are holng there day by day and no excuse from serving Is received In the Department of the West the troops have been placed under the command of Colonel Pedro Ixsigulrro of San Marcos and District President Bnt Prcfifdent JDfaz Says Mexico Will Remain Strictly Counter Revolution in Gautornalo Accounts free himself from the yoke of Guatemala and assure hur own liberty and Indepen donee MOKB OK THE JJATTLE CITY OP1 MEXICO July from Guatemala arc to the effect that Ezcta Jtrwy attacked tho Cuatomiilans near th frontier of Guatemala territory yesterday that the Siilvruloraris were rlefoated an routed leaving on the Hold rnan dead find wounded and three cannons which tho Guatemalans captured Advice frnrn Sm Salvador are entirely contrary These rllspiitchos report five separate victo rics for San Salvador troops who are said t have captured a large amount of booty NO MKXICAN INTEHFEftKNCE President has authorized the Assocla tori correspondent to say that not n single Mexican soldier has boon moved to th Guatemalan frnntlor that there aro only two regiments on tho entire line samarium bor that havo been stationed thoro for thro arid that Mexico will observe as she Is now observing the strictest neutrality CHAPTER OF CH1M1NALITIES STATEHOOT BY A MANIA FOK SUJCJCDK JN WYOMING An Arkancas Sheriff and Two of His Poflflo Political Assassination In Jjowor Mlanlsslppl CHEYENNE July to THE Henry a shophard on Dew creek blow with a shot gun this uftci noon Ho was a harmless follow Ho rotlrod to a school house and placing tho muzzle of tbo gun In his mouth arid used a stick and discharged both barrels This is the second suicide in Wyoming HlncoStatohood was achieved George Mc Pormotc a stock tender was found hanging to a troo near J Sutler Crossing in Fremont county McDorrnotts 1axnlly refused1 to emigrate from Nebraska with him which made him despondent MISSISSCllI ASSASSINATION NKW ORLEANS July TimesDemocrats Meridian special T M Jl Cook a wldoly kiunvn itepvbllcan politician of Jasper county was assassinated yesterday after noon near MountKion Church In Jasper county Ho WHS a candidate for tho Con stitutional Convention and was reported to havo mitcio a very incendiary speech dnVlng tho day Ho was found late In tlio after noon and had apparently been doad several having been hit by fifteen buckshot Cook the reputation of being a turbu lent spirit in tho community and his chief closliO socrnod to be to antagonize and en gondcr all tbo race prejudices possible AN ARKANSAS SHKRIF1T KILLBD ST Loins July from Lowlsvillo aro to tho cfTecfc that Sheriff May and posso attempted to arrest Ohlsholm yesterday Tho doctor re sisted and bath shot at each otherwith gun and rlllo The shcrllY was killed and two of his possa mortally wounded This affair i the sequel to a shooting scvape which oc curred at Lowlsvillo Tuesday in which Dr killed Samuel Stono A MURDER July has of at Maga zine Logan of Captain Wil liam Ellington nnd his son W byN D wellknown doteotlve Molnturf escaped Elllngtion was a famous scout on the war No particulars obtainable S NEW YORK July Oavanaugh a wellknown comedian slightly wounded tonight by hisj1 wife whom It Is said ho left because of her dissi pated habits A ROPE snotrjvn BE CUT FOR HIM NKW YORK July Dispatch Francisco Chronicle treal A French dispatch from Pem broke eightysix miles above Ottawa on the Upper Ottawa says that two days ago some miscreants out the ropos holding1 a raft of Infra to thobankwhere Uio twentytwo raftsmen on board wore stopping over night The raft with tho men all asleep on board drifted out in to the river and then into tho rapids a mile below and ere those aboard awoke or could avoid tho rocks the logs of tho hadbroken up Of twenty two men aboard the raft only two sur vived No traces oftho bodies of tho other twenty have been found They must havo boon ground Io death authorities are trying to discover tho man who cut the ropes No further particulars are at hand AN ARMY SCANDATj The feeling In Guatemala today s said be ono of the utmost Presi dent BarMns is beginning to bo unlversivUy disliked for his weak ami vacillating policy his people His downfall Is looked upon as usmost within a very short and a general revolutionary feeling pervades the entire Republic Large orders for arms havo been sent to the United States hut it is believed that the people dC Guatemala will be compelled to furnish a forced loan of money totho GovernmOrit to moot those war expenses and to replenish the already depicted National The scheme for a loan in France has falon to the ground the present alarming state of A COUNTlCn General Jollo Garcia Granados Is now in Nicaragua actively engaged In collecting forces arms and amunltion for a revo lutkjnary movement in Guatemala against the Barillas government General Grana Is a Guatemalan beon away from his country for more than three years SAN SALVADOR July News is just received confirming the reports of the success of the Salvadorean forces bo yond the frontier in Guatemalan torritory The Salvador army has now gained and ouptxaCd quantities of arms and have beunskilled and on both sides iorces aro pushlnc th6ir wuy ihto Interior of Giiatonmla and o with successat eyory step Great The S throw the Government of PrcsidbntvBairltQ9 f beforei coming to any is determined to Generals Brooke aucl Kantz at Outs and a Court Martial Probable OMAHA July a long time there has been considerable discontent and fric tion throughout thcMllltary Department of tho evidently brought about by mamigomout from headquarters which is uofc ds smooth ns It might bo nnd which does not spring from a quality expected found in tho otTicor There Is no doubt sound rea son for morn or less of tho dissatisfaction but1 Just wKatvInduces it no ono seems wil ling to The latest unpleasant feature strikes higher than usual and is likely to give more trouble than was perhapsantici pated and results in considerable gossip It scorns the commander invited some in formation from General Kant relating to his host The information was given and re turned to General Knntz with an Indorse ment to the effect that ho made statements not In accordance with facts whereupon tho latter asked for aredress of grievances and he probably based this on tho shutting oftof avenues for further application for correction It Is said General Kadtx had filod charges against General Tioono for conduct unbe coming an otlicer and have been forwarded to tho War Depart This no doubt induce charges against General if It has not already done so and It is not improbable that ono of the1 largest military courtsknown to the willbo the outcome Though one of orticers mentioned will be relieved from duty jn the department it is clear General Boono has been made tho Instrument by which themost prominent candidate Gou oral A for the of brigadiergeneral may bo placed out of tho wayof a few very ambitious men General Kanta was one of the most gallant soldiers of the war andthls attempt his chance for and1 long 1 deferred promotion Is severely commented on by military men here and Married on the Sly July Dispatch Francisco Chronicle gaiisotb Pier and the suumier rosidonts of Narragansott Pierhave a social sensation In the olopomont of Miss Oleo Juliet Weed sisterinlaw Sprague with a young electrician Miss AVeod had been visitingthe SpragiuTfamily at their hand some estate Thoro she met Howard Seaton a young maii employed in makingsome repairs at a local electric light station but Gardner arid his wife didnt dream that the young people wore on anything nlorq than speaking Miss Weed met torday rhorning and together they called on Rev Clark a andwere and They re the Pior going alone to1 hei Spragtte and Eat6nhnd SouiH of the bxiildors of Notro Dame1 aged almost one He came Ditmo in Father Sorin i REGARDING THE REDSKINS The Appropriation Bill Dis cussed by the Senate THE MERITS OF THE MISSIONARIES Morgan Takes a Hand at the Silver Question and Introduces His JDittle Bankruptcy Bill Passed By the News WASHINOTON July tho SenatP Morgan introduced ij bill to fix the limit o value and provide for tho free coinage o silver Committee on Finance Hi rocites that the market value of silver bullion is rapidly approaching tho value of gold on the standard relation fixed by tho laws of thoUnlted that there i no provision of for tho coinage of standard silver dollarsor the purchase o silver bullion by the Government when the value of silver bullion exceeds one for 371 grains of pure silver foro provides that the unit of value ini United States ot grains silver or grains oi gold that those coins shall tender for all debts publicand private that any owner of silver or may deposit at any bo framed into dollars or bars for his benofitVlthout charge lie called the of tho Finance Oornmittee to ho said was tlie same as had of seventeen iutho Son ate lie had intro duced it because he was convinced that Jn in thorapld aclvanpcoi tlio piice of silver bullion in the miVrkets oftjio world the time was not far disiftVut to say tlioleast when silver and gold bull ion would bo on a par with each other When that time did arrive tho itnow not permit thoGovornmotitto buy silver bullion if thoro were arty shade of appreciation in Its prico beyond of gold and thoro was no law forthe coinage of any silver except tluiV purchased before silver reached that point In view of what appeared to akras well land and on son in the immediate future 6f tho country he thought It would bo Avoll enough to make provision so that silver or gold bullion would notbo with drawn from fche by other in terested Governments atidj hoarded np in their groat banking Institutions Tlio Senate resumed caiisldcration of tho Indian amendment whfoh provoked discussion was ono increasing appropriation of for tho support of Indian schools to construction ofa school building at Blackioot Agency Vest opposed iftio aniojidmcnl as an in troduction of t systofii intended o nbolish denominational among the In dians He spokcof a he made to an Indian seven1 or eight years ago andOf his observation of tho worlcof Outholic Church lydians The schoolbuilding hud been erected by tho Oatholfe Church cupied wpuld not permit the Tosiilts teach clvildren Tlie Jesuits had than any othor people living in the education of In dians might have against the society of ho considered their missionary work most commendable Davis also oppoyedvthe spoke of tho effortsofthe Catholic mission arlos at Blackfoot Those good people applied dies tho MissosDroxel aud obtained in the school completed These men not only that there was to Goyounment school put on that reservation iii competition with them but that they were to have tract whatoveitor the education of the In dians as has been implied inthe correspondence between the Commissioner of Indian AtVairs and persons in authority in the explained his position tpbo that if Catholics educating tho Indians denominations ho was In favor of Catholics Presbyter ianiisftTid ho was theni JJutho was convinced thattho wprk1laniong thanany Protosant denomination No other dehominationi could take their place like all other people have recteived roligioiis1 impressibnfi that wore He ifc might bo Indians word Catholics hiyd would aomain tribesHow peculiar personal partlcivlar The d iscnssibn cbntimicd VbyRoller who also Jones to showv the great Govern mont schools and thosecarried on by religious denbhTiniitlons tho idea put forward of Indian AlTairs rjija tb cducatior for Indian said it1 was mnch tolearn how to carry on build arid further debate the roiatiyctojthp large appro priations madefor CatholicTndian schools the amount against of all other de nominations was Jefllcient andactive of Washington was in pushing Catholic Indiah Government Indian Bureau having declined to enter Into contract fbrthroe iow schools In Indiana Mori tana this gone tothe Blouse and obtained the insertion this tern The SpouteCommittee thought it would allow it fbr school because it belonged Ap a mission which had boohat work for 125 If the difTer other schools ho would want np bet terob than the llfforenoe Southern aggressive i ad heon undertlie of tti pathor io Church 125 wore today as capable of selfJfiippprt as so many bapes Che shrunk rom doing anything igioiis discusslbia the cbm naittee recommended striking itein or schools in JCT Aoy were Methodists saythoyhad icibeen At3 oclock tibie Tariffbill came morrow the Indian chbols riohdioau S inieridraent scnopl near to strike tpms one of suppprt and edu ation sixty Jriidianpiijillsliij tho y and they aro entitled in the Sioux reservation Agreed K On motion of Pettigrew an item of was inserted for Territorial school buildings for the Sioux Indians also an item ro pay the Indians of Standing Eock and Cheyenne Kiver agencies for poiiies taken from them in 1870 The bill WHS then reported to the Senate and all amendments agreed to by the Com mittee of the Whole concurred in and the bill passed Voorhees by request of the Labor Al liance introduced a bill to secure tho con stitutional rights and freedom of trade speech and press and asked of tho respectable souce from which it emanated than it be printed in full in the Record Sherman objected to it being printed in Record as being unusual Alliance will take note of the objection and where it came from After executive session the Senate ad journed House WASHINGTON luly House pro ceeded after ashort parliamentary wrangle to vote upon tho committee amendments to tho Bankruptcy hill These amendments wero principally verbal in view of the fact that the bill bad nevor been read In the Uonse McMillan demanded a separate vote on each amendment and much time was thus consumed The committee amendments having been disposed of an amendment was adopted en forcing the laws of States giving wages for labor preference A vote was then taken on theminority substitute which is knownas the Voluntary Bankruptcy bill This was disagreed to yeas 74 nays 125 Tho Bankruptcy passed with a few unimportant nays 84 Adjourned A SERIES OFSURPRISES The Montana Millionaires Estate le Fertile in Them BUTTE July Special to TRIB The Davis will case has furnished surprises ever since the dead mansinillions became fche coveted prize for al leged to fight over but the greatest surprise of the year in this celebrated case occurred in tho District Court this morning when James the of attorneys for John A Davis brother OE bobbed up serenely and presented tho Court with a document purporting tn be thenVill cif A J Davis boqueatbing all of his suyo life annuities tpthe illegiti mate child of Davis for prolbate together with the selection of John A Da vis to appointed executors named in tho will were knowh to bo dead and the will it was learned h adbeen found among some old papers loft by in Iowa but tho attorneys doclfne to be his torical the proper comes It wilLbo remombored strong fight was niado in tho if or Betters of adm in istratipni apon th e estafeTlast Ma and when tho court decided A tho case appealed prcnjp Court Tho before that itrilDtmal was fixed is su pposed the will1 was flled today to servo as a bomb to and likely postpone the of court till the genuinessot the document assured The importance of the paperitsoif carries of the date it being old and though more age than from handling It was written upon a single sheet of foolscap and in feminine hand thevwprJt of an oldtime Iowa Many of in tho courtroom were familiar n aturo o f th e dece ased fill iweiQ agreed that the signature to the papeiywasgenuine and on motion of Attorney the hearr proof of this tion of John A Davis to adminis trator was set for Saturday 9th Another motion was made the safe custody of the paper the court ordered the piece of foolscap repre senting an estimated value of 000 to be locked Hoge Co s and that it be Inatlon only on an order of then In presence of the clerk THE DEBATE Motion for the Closure the Speaker Arbitrarily LONDON the Commons to day Sir James Secretary of th e foreign ceVtbbved th at the tho cession of to a second Gladstone made a speech in support of Ho blamed however for not securing agree ment with He said that1 was1 to comment oni concession ombarf Governinentj not desire to do It was to thatimpne of prime Minister Secretary as the thd two exceeded the hilitles of anyhuman unlessit pc5s sessed the poweis of or Crom He could notvote bill ph principle because Queen could give Germany Heligoland but lie posed make a precedent on atsubject of most profound practical iu the constitutionho totike part Ihthe discussion on others spoke Smiththen moved bill bnt re used to close the discussion on1 a so Important THE WORLDS PAIR i SfRiNGFiELD Jnly Senatej tpday The and was appropriate cbmmittoe At ai joint of severalcommittees today wsis adopted calling Worlds Fairldlr ectbry ip whether the on the1 dake front both andvif th e is to uu WJJer JraU lor mern beris of tlieGrand Arniypif Eepu irganizatlobs tov ttkeHsecbnd5 made itiC Here tiA i i tSnfSrt 11 MYSTERIOUS EXPLOSION A Savannah BoardingBouse Blown Up and Several People Killed DETAILS OF THE EGYPT DISASTER Heavy By the Washout on the Colorado Trains Add to the Daily List of Fatalities following particu lars of tho destruction by fire of the Na tional Lino steamer Egypt are received The Manhattan sighted tho Egypt in full blaze in latitude 40 degrees 2S minutes north longitude IJS degrees west but be ing laden with oil darod not go near the burning vessel She lowered boats how ever and saved all on board Captain inson of tho Manhattan had only enough provisions for forty persons and a discus sion was had as to whether or not to make the Azores 250 miles distant Finally it was decided to proceed for Dover Every one was placed on short rations There MO head of cattle on tho All wero either burned to death or broak ing loose plunged overboard and drowned For a time there was much confusion on the but 110 panic occurred The National Company chartered a tug at Dover to meet and supply her with provisions at 6 oclock this evening with a full supply of provisions and other necessaries for the rescued people OF THE CHKW LONDON July crews of tho burned steamship Egypt were landed at Dover today by the steamer Theyfirst made their escape from the burn ing vessel to the German ships Gnsavte and but wore afterwards taken by the CaptainSumnor1 otthe Egypt and several of his crew were painfully burned while lighting the firo Several qf tho Egypts crew declared the steamer lacked two ot the proper com ploraent of boats Many of the cattle on tlio vessel snlVocated while others half roasted rushed overboard roaring madly The scene is described ashorrible in the ex treme re originated in bales of cot ton stored just over the boiler A MYSTliRY s SAVANNAH Giu July Sv L Bollards boarding house in this dwelling was blown up early this morning Three persons wero killed and uinc injured two1 of whom willprpbably die Therewere thirteen people In The explosion shatteredthe wallsandthey collapsed in an instant and mass of 0he cause of the explosion is a Many rumors aro of an ugly nobodywill take the responsibility of mak ing a direct statement One man insinuated there had been in the house1 toward the encVpf in which the ixx niateswere indulging THEi COIiOttABO WASHOUT DENVER Ju Iy washouton th e Colorado most disastrous that hasoccurred since the road was built The loss is approximated The amount of track washed but covers alto gether adistance oi twenty miles the forks creek to SmithHill and fifteen milesfroni Golden to Floy bridgfiaf theforks of the creeks looks like wire It has been so It is impossible railroad inehto estimate thodamage1donetp tfte they admit that it must be very large as1 the very costly piece of railroad Two worktrains and one hundred men have been working on the road since Tuesday noon and ifnothing further happens it is promised thai trains will be able to get to of tho crook some time before nv AN TRXIN IOHTCAGO July Pullnian tonight started to cross the rail roadtracks not seeing theMichigan Cen tral William Cart orward an d on save he and the young woman the trainand instantly CARS This evening an express train on the Pennsylvania railroad struck awagon on a crossing near Harris station The driver aiicl team were killed instantly A gang of laborers who were constructing a sewer at the so frightened tbatthey letgo of their hold on fell into the ditch upon two men killing one and fatally the other THE BEHHING SEA PAPJEBS English Opinion That Blaine Has the Better of tho Arjpuinent LONDON July regrets the VBlaind in the Bob ring sea dispatches it says strong enough to be calm and and is sufficiently fond of peace Blaines England lias npijiituediate interest in the question beyond closes with a suggestionthat King Humbert of Italy or Emperor William be asked toarbitrate the The Chronicle says Blaine shows himself an abler man in the controversy than Lord worsecause to defend of England babies the hands of Mr It is obvious that Lord Sal isbury early period of tbe discussion of in dialect to his bis temper ciar ing he co rid u cted the nego tiia tip ns in interests ofa party and not in the in of Ills coun try Wb t is clainiedBlaines objectmay be however it alter tlierfact that no claim Rus sian no admission v John convert a vast ppeii sea Into Times says Thev cprrespondence 1eaxes matters worse tb an Under the iujliiepces of President Harrison andJIr como morVexacting irregular spirit which they now ata deadlock about replied ludge Brevoort I have told some people about Ive got to say about said MeOermott rather excitedly is that it is a lie call mo a liar said Brevoort making i in the direction of MeDer motts nose The hitter raised his left just in time to prevent being struck and the blow did no damage save to knock his hat olV In a second more Judge Hrevoort got a slinging blow on the cheek bone from Mo Dermotts the knuckles of which were skinned by the contact For a sew seconds thescene was a lively one The combat tarns hats had been knocked off fists were raised in the air and there was every indi cation of a light to the finish Judge Brevoorts cane had dropped on the lloor and McDermott made for it At that moment Patrolman Halley who is stationed in the City Hall seized McUermott who said excitedly If yourQ going to take mo take Judge Bre voort however had disappeared and the officer released McDcrmott THE MORMON PLAN IN IDAHO THEY BOLDLY PROPOSE TO IGXORE THE TESTOATH LAW Minnesota Nebraska Nominate Thoir State Tickets Adopt Rousing Platforms and POCATELLO Idaho July to alleged Democratic club was organized in this city last Saturday evening and it was understood that a num ber of Mormons were admitted into a full fellowship with their sympathizers A polygamist Morgan James one of tho elders and directors of tho church here was present and ina fircy speech announced that tivo years ago and by tho grace of Almighty God would vote at the coming election His speech was enthusi astically received and elicited rapturous applause Captain John Cod man of Soda Springs was also present and made a vigorous speech denouncing the Republicans and antiMor mon delegates closing by tendering a con tribution of towards the campaign fund of tho club which is presumed to be tho starting of tbo stream that is to flow from tho Mormon barrel It is needless to say that the money was accepted amid a volley of cheers MINNESOTAS RBPOTWCAN CONVENTION ST PAUL July Kepubliean State Convention mot in this city today After committees had been appointed a recess was taken until afternoon After reassembling tho Committee on Permanent Organization reported in favor of making the temporary organization permanent and the report was adopted The platformwas reported and unani mously adopted the State and National Administrations claims that the Minnesota system furnishes best means SOT controlling the liquor traffic yet adopted favors the exclusion of undesirable immi grants indorses manufacture of binding twine into the State piison denounces monopolies and trusts favors the regulation of inter State commerce by common carriers pledges the party to secure a reduction of rates on tralianballot system recognizes the serv ices ot the endorses tho Disa bili by Pension bill Jntrdd need and chanti pioned by Senator Davis favors free text books puhlic schools opposes any Fed oral legislation designed to restrict the com Canadian with domestic common carriers Nominations forGovernor being in order the names of Merriam present Governor W W Braden present State and exCongressman Knut Nelson were presbn ted The first ballot resulted Braden Governor Merriam was brought before tho convention by a committee and made a brief speech oithanks The remainder of the ticket is as follows Lieu ten antGovernor G S Ives of Nicollet State Treasurer Joseph Bibloter Secretary of State F R Biowh of Faribault cpujjty State Auditor McGuiro of Polla county AttorneyGeneral Clapp Clerk ofthe Supreme Court 0 B Holcomb of Washington AFRAID OF ASSASSINATION R Till man running on tlie Alliance ticket for Governor arrived here yesterday but says he will not atthe Democratic mass he fears assasslna tion amLdetectives were stationed at hishotei yesterday and this were reinforced by100 of TillmansChosen band from No are enter lierc for his the city Is thick with ruinors of a very wild character THISNEBRASKA Republlcrin StateConvention Tcmaihed in session all night 2 oclock this morning the Com mittee cm Resolutions reported and the platform was It indorses Harri sons administratiohv Jipprpves tho legislation on silver indorses the disability pension in favor of a ser favors the Aus tralian opposes land recognizes1 the labor to organize favors of railroads by legislation and postal A reso ehdprsijig prolilbition The convention adjourned at 10 Thefolio wing ticketwas For Governor L D Richards Secretary of Allen State Auditor Thomas H Benton Captain K Hill AttorneyGeneral H Hi Hastings Land Commissioner Georgp A K Gbudy REID AN JliNGIJENl Ma vppitiwas idnliaing Mor of the Tudge vclUimedi He falsely by Paris Journals as Against PAHis July Sicslc and day publish an aliegedinterview with White law Minister which makes McKinlroy bill as to clvjlization and which furtlier as1 declaringit was iinprbbable thatthe citizens of the United and that commerce would imperilthe success1 of JieidSentytrhe cebsors an explicit authorized oi3 the subject v r responsibility Statements It Arrivesiii Filie Form and is a to THTB cerHelena excursion Tuesday afler 1 oclock this occupy i ng y sevenpullrn an sieepers three andtwQ of tneynumherbanieff romvDenyer and A GREAT DAY FOR SPORTS Plenty of Amusement For Lovers of Outdoor Recreation SUNOL GIVES ANOTHER SPEED EXHIBIT The Duluth Kegatta Continues Un tlcr Pivvornblc Be tween Philadelphia The Baseball Record NIJW YOKK July Pan Francisco Chronicle Smith two bookmakers at Gloucester near Philadelphia resolved to drive an opposi tion lirni known as Mucking Marks out of the business because the latter got results from their hoard On Saturday last they determined to deal the blow and they se lected the second race tho Tyro Stakes as the onoon which to execute the coup Through their friends they played Sallio McClelland very quietly but very heavily in the rooms1 of Macklu Marks standing to win SMOO Then with monoy up tliey laid In waft for their victims When the returns began to conic in the man who calls out from the telegraphers interpretation said Sallio McClelland wins Holers then a few minutes afterward came the ticking and ho added All right Ambulance third Time Quickly the messengers of Mack in Marks curried the doleful tidings to Vneir rooms following them came the holders of Sally McClelland tickets and they cashed in and disappeared Neither Madden or Smith however paid oil any bets on the Byron MeOlnlhmcl filly They had received correct news and simply falsified it Some time afterward the an nouncement was made that Strathmoats had really won and thai Sallie McClelland had finished last It was toolate then for the victimized rooms to save themselves the money had boon paid to hordes of peo ple they had never seen before and proba bly would not again They have but to lie in wait for the sharpers the law gives them redress They wore not bound to ac cept the 7iews as related at rival rooms and they have no evidence AQUATIC EVENTS July were four entries in this mornings yacht race over a twentymile course TheSiren of Duluth won the first money Mishka of White Bear the second Undine came In third and Majiitou withdrew The Lur Uno Boat crew easy win ners of the postponed senior fours The Minneapolis boys won in 10 mlnntes Owash tanongs Winnipeg distanced In the afternoon the racos were the senior singles beinga walkover for John F Corbett of the Iroquois club of Chl while O St jPaul was two seconds behind The next won Ijy in Lurlfnes the Cedar distanced Tlie quarter mile dash by singles was won by J F Corbctt in he was length ahead of Pearson the Dulu1h There were four starters in the senior v fouroared Lurlin Minnq sotas St Owash tanojjgs Graiid Rapids and Winiiipegs The crows finished in the order Time Minnesotas the WiunipegSclose behind the Michigan The Races MONMOUTJI PARK July Associated Threequarters of a Meritian won Daly second Volunteer Time Twoyearolds threefourths of Necromancy won Flavia second Annie third Time AX ELIZABETH ELIZABETH N July Threeyear oldfillies mile and a Tulla Black burn won Bibelot second Her Highnesi third Time V Harvard handicap mile and a Prince Royal won Badge second Reporter third Time Threeyearolds and upwards one Esquimauxwon Penzance second Guy Gray Time Threeyearolds and Myfellcw won Oriilamnie second Major Domo thirdr Time AT DETROIT V v DETROIT July 24 and Manufacturers Guaranteed Stakes class from Walter E won Playboy second third Gillette fourth Best time Twoeighteen won Lady Bulljon second Kit Currey third Direct fourth Best time 2 Great Expectation yearolds S9500 won the first and Allertou thesecond heat Best tiinu Freeforall Adonis won first heat Time 2 IGJ4 At the of the Iforsemcne pectation race uatne out celebrated Sunol and halt mile start ng at the A running horse joined her at tbft stretch to incite her renewed effort The beautiful Jilly went from the lialfio threequart erslikeii bay streak covering the distance in seconds into the stretch by voice and Avbistle When Judge Campa announced the time was the crowd went wild Belle BamJ in Is reported to have done a IniJI niiJe in this time which is the fastest record for ahalf mile AT July v olds and upwards William Lindsay Avon Louisa Forrest Threeyearolds and upwards mile and Jeems second Heron Ladiess twoyearold eighths won Anne Elizabeth secotid Time g Kb af ta b af tan sec Threeyearolds iinii upwards mile and Alnidiit second i j Francisco Hamliri refuses to lin for letter to the says In reply to the match BelleHanllin S5000 clinetb accept   

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