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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT OT In tho City Combined p THt SXTEN3SV1 In the Hocky Mountain TOL 199 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY JULY 30 1890 nCI JLO A FREE TRADE CATACLYSM The Flow of Democratic Stamp Oratory iocs on Forever merit should be limited to four hours and the then rose and the House adjourned s SILVER GO UP UDY BOffLG IN THE BOX THE SEflATES TARIFF DISCUSSION A Republican Member of the House Attacks Speaker Reed and Irf Com pared to the Dying in Both July the Senate presenttd adopted at a jniblic mebUns of llbpubllcans at Birming ham Alabama affainat the passage of tho election bill Tho Icwtofflcc Committee reported back the Honato bill to establish limited postal ami Kitoicraph Horvloc Oalondur Instils Introduced a to establish a Dojiaitrncut of Conirnunicsition and said it was prepared by and Introduced at tho ro of tho Wage Workers Tho Tariff bill WHS taken Thv with tho reading of tin hill bat had only tfot through tho first Hue when hi was slopped y Ho MePhtiraon had sornothlnK to say about Hrst lino fixhij tho duty on at ccnlH a pound Attho I cents pjr pound tho duty on was and now It wan proposed to make It pcr ad wilornn Ho Mnanfn to tho effect acUl crulf be proiliurrt In California at S ucuts a so thuli proposed would inioiirit in X coritrtrf ofm II nidvod to ftsdiiRfi the rate from 5 cents to oonts pur pound moUon was rojocted Jones addfartsofl thoSonate In U MKJ bill which i declaration on part of the Boinibllcari oniry tiiat Ino war tarllT novorto ho reduced Ho firmly bollovod tho periodof proUoMori luifl gone and Mils measure svould a movoincnt would In Its and coiiHeqiionccs surjiass all provl o kind Tbe protective bo crnsijod und uastoutas an ubonilnnUori Coming to the question of a bouiity on sugar Jonos asked why irofc pioloot tho wheat by n bounty as well us tho sugar grower The proposition to lake the duty ilf of raw sugar and pay a bounty on American ground sugar simply for roflnors sugar free for suKaf trust sugar taxed forall wbo consume It for four Tho next lino of the bill having boon road by tho clerk chromic acid six cents per M uplift iHoii moved to substitute the existing duty 15 per cent ad valorem Gormun said tho Dornocratio Senators wanted a froo discussion of the bill and nothing more but the Republican Senators wanted to rush it through at railroad speod Aldrlch said that In 1883 the tariff had boon dlsiuissod In evory field and workshop and on ovwy Imsfcinffs Tho country under stood that subject without explanations uiKl thci attempt to drive tho Republican Senators to rnako stump speeches for politi cal MTootwfiH simply iO delay action on tho Turin1 bill which delay wasdestructive to evory business Interest Gonruui romlmkd the Republican side of Plumbs stutennmt that tho party was In rlrinser and of his warning that it would liavo to Increase taxation within eighteen months Ho also said that Mr Blalno hud through tho Senators from Maine Republican Sonators that If they passed tho bill as reported thoy would not only de stroy iiossibllity of Increasing trade with tho countries south of States but would bankrupt tlio Treasury in months for that was tho moaning oflt IliHoook replied to the general charge that tho Republican success at tho last oleotion was tho result of tho Influence of tho manu facturers or monopolists ami assorted that tho Of Nuw York whonovotDoiuo cratlo worn rollod up the xtops of tho whisky could bo inarlcurt in rcforonco to tho Htatotnont of the refusal of the Kinunoo Coirnuittoo to glvo hearings to porsons Ititorostod Hlsiock said It had re fused to givo hoar Ings to representatives of tho maiuifiusturos of Gormany France Knghuul and Bolgliun This placo for them to lo noard waswhoro tho mom bors of ttio cotmnlttoo woro In oonforoiioo did not know how much uionoy had been contributed to tho Domooratlo election fund ly those IntoresMd but ho that ovory day tho Tariff bill WHS delayed was largely to tho profit of tho foroign i Thov woro intorostod In Its defeat Voorhoes eongratnlatod Gorman on hlsn groat victory in breaking tho prodotor ininod on tho Roptibllean side of tho ilxvinhor As to tho speech of tho Senator from Now York had boon oxtortod under tho lash It same old tlrado of caluruny and abuse against tho Ueinooratlo 1 further debate tho bill was laid usUlo and tho Uousu joint rosolutum to oon tiiuio approprrntions under tho existing laws up to tho 15th of August was pre sented discussed and passed After executive session the Senate ad journed House July Committee on Appropriations reported tho joint resolu tion providing temporarily untU August 14th for such expenditures of the Govern loeut us have not boon provided for by the bills which have already bo como laws Passed Tho Houso then wont Into Commlctee of rlic tni tho oommitteo arnondmonts to tho Sundry Civil Appropriation bill In spanking to of tho amunclnionts Siruhlo of luwu miulo a bitter attack upon Spoakor Rood foi1 his notion toward gontle mcn having an intoresr in publlq building bills lie contrasted tho courteous manner of Speaker Carlisle towards all gontlenien roquestlng roooynirion with tho almost manner In whioh tho present troatod slioh requests Tho Speaker the members as though thoy wore boys Ho did not propose to stand this sort of treatnunt any longor without protest Should tho members iio asked continue to submit to tho dictation of the Speaker Should thoy not rather combine in un honest tittemptto soouro rocognltion Ho for rebellion against tho rulings of tho Speaker in regard to public building bills Strublos vonuirks woro vigorously ap phiuilod by tho Cannon gontloman from Iowa had bettor have withhold his attackupon the Speaker HP Cannon did not e tilled upon todefend the Speaker The Spoakor needed no Voters defended the Speakers action McClammy N expressed his ploasuro arrived whbn the goutIonian Struble could havo ofhis convictions which broke out louder when McClamrny all tided to Strubies failure to secure a renomina tion by speaking of tho beautiful the dying An amondtnent which gave rise dis cussion waa that appropriating for the purchase Qf a suitable slto for a build ing took occiwion to poke more fun at ment of the House The amendment noncoriourrocl in Tlio Committee having concluded consider ation of all amendments jecuxiocl to con the Irrigation England and Our Government Will Be Jjively NEW YOKK July evening paper says Tho largo shipments of silver bullion to London in tho past few days have given rise to inuoh comment because it had been predicted as soon as the Sllvor bill was passed this country would bo flooded with wllver from foreign countries Tho actual facts have boon precisely tho reverse Tho hoad of a loading bullion brokerage honse in this city said today There has been a groat deal of talk relative to the causes ot tho present rnovomont of silver to England Tho truth of tho matter is just this Evory summer England demands a largo amount of sllvor to bo sent to India to pay for wheat and cotton Tho demand usually comes In August or September This year it has como earlier presumably owing to tbo fact that after August lath tho Government will begin to buy ounces of silver per month for colnago undor the new Sllvor bill Vtirthormoro much In bought for shipment whichiK not shipped for sumo woeks after ward Our own houso Is holding a large amount bought thus to bo shipped lator When the Sllvor bill becomes a law wo shall two contending forces fighting for sllvor Tho result will be that tho prlco will bo ad vanced Tho Sllvor bill may eventually re sult In un increased production of sllvor by working mines which have not hitherto boon II AMERICAN MERCENARIES A MISSOURI COLONEL OFFERS GTTAT TilKEK THOUSAND MJSN Thoy Want Sixty Thousand Dollars For Their Tlio Salvadoreans Do feiitod With Grout Yonx July Dispatch Francisco Chrdnicte Guato oompJoted negotiations yesterday tor tho purchase of stand of arms and right on top of this news an army of 3000 sold tors was also tondorod to that Government When a reporter askod Con HnlGonoral Rate about troops ho at ilrst evaded the subject but when pressed fur thor ho acknowledged that offers of assist ance had boon maclo Ho said that one man an ox colonel in the Sovonth Missouri In f an try had offered to raiao recruits within two wooks tlrno and havo thorn all equipped and ready to sail Ho says that tho privates and officers will bo men who have borne arms and soon a good doal of actual fighting in tho olvll war Tho only point which separates tbe two partloJ in negotiations is in tho provision made by tho colonel that a certain sum of bo placed In a bank iu this city to tho credit of trustees and to bo hold an a guarantoo fund for tho troops Bate was ifnablti to communicate by pablo with his government yesterday because tho tele graph wires are Iu tho hands but ho Willmake a1 decision probably to day In tho moantimo he is considering another proposition from an oxbrigadior general of tho army and a graduate of Wost Point for tho furnishing of two regi ments of troops to be recruited in this city and sent to Guatemala on new telegraphic linos In tho meantime a trade was qnlotly purchaso of 000 modern brooohloadlng rliTos of tho most approved dorUgn for the use of Guatemalan and it is likely that tho arms will bo roady for shipment within ton clay or MEXIIO July Pan says tho censorship over tho telegrams iu Salva dor doos not uxtond to the olUoial business of any noutral power and was established to prevent Guatemala from sending out false reports In regard to the affairs of Salvador Minister Kyan oullod on Soiior iau today rogardhig tho blookiulo of ftllxnovs corrus potuionoo and Sofiov Pau iinmodlatoly called to his govcrnraont asking that in quiry bo rnado Into tho matter and to aacer tho correspondence was do tallod in Salvador or Guatemala aro minors of another defeat of tha Guate malans who aro still retreating Tho Sal vadoriana nro advancing Ctrr ov MKXICO July Associated A prlvatetologram to a commercial houso states that in Saturdays battle tho Salvadorlans woro dofoated by tho Guate malans and sustained a loss of sixty killed two hundred wounded aud a number of prisoners STANLEY IS VERY SICK But to had been passed Over was agreed that the debate on this ainend He Will Come to America JjOCturo in November NEW Y OUK July San Francisco Chronicls Series Tonnaut brotherinlaw of HonryM Stan ley arrived on tho Umbrla yesterday Ho camo ho said partly for pleasure and to see tho country and partly to make arrange ments for tho reception of Henry M Stanley himself who will arrive some time in November to fill his engagement for a ieo tnro In tho United States Stanleywas illwhen I left said Tonnant but Dr to pull him through all right Ho has what Isuppose Is called juuglo fever and his system Is still full of malaria Ho is now atMilohot tho country seat of Ash burton in From there he will go to Malvorn Springs and nfter a stay of three wooks ho will proceed to Carlsbad where It is hoped tho treatment will prove of He still is umiblo to take any but liquid ho is gradually gaining In strength Ho to recover fully boforo ho comes to Regarding tho report thnt my sister Mrs Stanley isosod for tho picture by jNIillias entitled Yos or No about whioh has somuch in tho nowspapors latoly lot mo say that she did not poso for this painting at Jill Tho one she did pose for was Its companion piece entitled M truo Mr Tonnant that attempts woro inndo to steal some of the wedding presentsas souvenirs Yes it1 is quite was the I In time however that such an at tompt would bo mado and so T had a corps of private detectives on prevent it One wouiHu was HtJRLiED FKOM THE BRIDGE A Party of Children RunDown By a Train PATEBSON N July children returning from a blackberry gathering started cross tho Erie bridge over the Passato river this evening When mid way on thoStructure a train came dashing dowu on ono track They stepped other not noticing a passenger traingoing opposite direction could not and tho children all directions Jennie Drowa aged13 Nellio aged 10 aged 8 stantly Jane and Willie Warren wtjro badly hurt but will recover A S Afrricultnral Exhibit DES MOINKS July leporc from Springfield that Secretary Shatter of the Jowa Stnte Board of Agriculture formod tho Secretary of the Illinois State fBoard that Iowav won M make no agricult uial at tho Woilds Fair if the doublo sito were chosen is emphatically de nieciliy ShaiTon She Didnt Love the Corespondent Although He Adored Her THE URSULINE NUNS ABDUCT A GiHL The Crown Princess of Greece in a Critical Law at Frightful Mine Explosion in Prance fiscated several thousands of these missives Their contents indicate that the unfortu nates have been swindledout of sums vary ing from S40 to the former figure being the fee for consultation and cure by mail Much of tho correspondence is from people of means and considerable education and exhibit an astonishing degree of suscepti bility and gullibility Many of the writers will be compelled to appear as witnesses in the coming trial Of tho gang and several bushels of letters many of them racy and sensational will be dumped out into the courtroom A BULL FIGHT RIOT LONDON July 29 TRIBUNE San Francisco Chronicle Mr Gill counsel for Werthciiner corespondent in tho Dunio divorce case delivered a vigorous address to the jury this afternoon Lady Dunlo outcred the witness box looking ex hausted She howovur bore the ordeal of a long and searching examination splen didly Sho detailed tho history of her rela tions with Western the fatHe r of her child and solemnly declared that she had never boon Uertheimors mistress After her marriage slio boggod Lord Dunlo to tako her to Australia as ho had promised but he said If ho went alono his father would al low him upon his return to live with her If ho remained in England his father would have nothing to do with him Dunlo left Immediately Lady Dunlo said she never Jovod Worthoimor who she asserted adored her Lady Dunlo and her sister upon leaving tho courtroom wore followed through the streets by a Oiioof documents handed to tho which was not read was from Lord Albert Osborne who took thatrriuthocl of denying on oath tho testimony of Marmadiiko Wood that ho was onoof tho three who tossed a penny to see who should marry Lady Dunlo Al DUCTED HYNUNS VIENNA July TaircusK Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Violent religious animosities have been excited hero by a caso of abduction by years ago Frau Pajor a married stage singer placed her little cliinghter with tho Ursuline nuns of BaclfuuvoJ daysago the mother oatno to claim lior child who is now 16 years old A remarkable and pathetic scene occurred Tho girl refused to go with her mother and tiuniicl a deaf oar to her touching appeals It scorns that the daughter hacl been told that tho life of an wasnelthor honor able nor As a result of this teaching by the nuns she1 virtually refused to recognize her mothor and said that she preferred to devote herself to religious life rather than to bocome exposed to the temp tations aud glamor of the stage The nuns encouraged her in this decision Fran ajor however cpntinuecl to plead with her daughter finally after a violent scene iu whioh the nuns participated oeodocl in getting thegirl accompany A few days later a schoolmate of the girl and one of ttte1 nuns called oiv the mother thinking of losing hor daughter again wentTto the theater leaving her with the visitors Upon rotiirn Ing borne late at riightsho was surprised to Jincl her child It is supposed that the girl returned to the convent as no tiaco of her has boon At the convent ad mittance was refused Fran Pajor Tiiiy Great anxioty exists in coort circles regarding ttto condition of the Grown of sister of Bm pevor SVilJiaJn and graiidanghter of Qncen Victoria On tho lOtih ihst she was prema turoly conflnod Sho improved for a 1ow days and then dangerous symptoms devel oped and tho resuUt was air intoriial rup turo Tho King and Greece woro away and Dr their physician was absent la The Empress Fred erick mother to tho Princess was on hor way from England when the cSbnt occnrrod Only a mirso ill attendance Dr Mangina was called but arrived three hours the birth Tho Priricesss is now weak and in a critical condition Professor Obshausen chief of the Berlin Hospital loft yesterday for Athens by tho Emperors Victoria is evidently alarmed is constantly making Inquiries by telegraph about the Princess AT The Slaughter Was Not Conducted to Suit the Public CITY ov MEXICO July Dis Francisco Chronicle At a ball fight in the Paceo Plaxa yesterday the spectators became enraged at tho poor work of tho men and started to tear down tho barricades but wore stopped by the prompt action of the military guard who put cartridges in thoir rifles seemingly in tending to use them The excitement for a time was most intense and two companies of soldiers which had been hold in reserve woro ordered into the ring Tho women led precipitately The same ring was partially destroyed by spectators last November to the music of a military band neither tho police nor the guard Interfering Pesso Hillo and Mamie I Cabillero wore gored at yesterdays flght the bulls being the Mexico for months most vicious seen in THE NEBRASKA INDEPENDENTS TARIFF HASA RIGHT OF VAY An Extremely Bad Outlook for Fur ther Utah Legislation AN EDITOR GROSSLY LIBELS CONGRESS Ke Charges Bribery and Corruption in Connection With the Silver Bill The Presidents AntiIjOttery Message The Internal Revenue Receipts JHEATT et 20 1S9C J A NEW PARTY COMPOSED OF FARRI ERS AND JLABOR MEN They Denounce Numerous Alleged Evils and Propose to Save tho Ticket LINCOLN July Peoples Independent party of Nebraskainiet 1n vontion today thousand1dele gates from all over theState being present The Farmers Alliance men and Grangers predominate remainder be ing Knights of Labor and Union Labor men A of speeches were made Including one by United States Senator Van an nounced himself as out of politics strictly foil business tho for thepart had taken in legislation for the past twentyyears de dared that they AVore controlled byAVall street and that the present movement was destined to revolutionisethe whole order of The platform the financial system should be reformed by the rpstora tion of silver to its in the cur rency its free and unlimited coiiuige iii equality with gold and by aniticrease in tho money circulation tp per capita all paper scrip necessary to secure that amount to be the ornmentalbnp legalivtender July 29 Associated Tho Kahoo quarter of this cityl Uy which martial law was proclaimed by tlio Turkish authorities is that part of in whiohi is situated the Armenian Cathedral the sotme of the attack Sunday mob on the Armenian patriarch because of hiSiallogQd wpalc atti tude toward tho Porte the out rages perpetrated by tho Turks in Armenia OVEK A PATHS July explosion of fire damp ocourrod iii the Polisser pit at St Etiene today It is reported that 120 men wero killed injured AN UNPRINCIPLED Another Literary Gem in the Early Lacy Controversy XYNCnBtnus Dis Chronwlo Tho News today prints a loiig letter from General Jubal A Early replying to the re ceut strictures of Major T H Lacy of Spott syJvania Svhicli concludes As to Laoys criticisms of my military career especially his reference to my valley cam paign theyare too tonotice aud show his utter want of military acumen and correct information I am perfectly willing toabide thejudgment of men cor rectly informed and duly qualified to form a correct opinion on all of iiiy operations in regard to the iu the valley in 18154 His an habitual drunkard arebut the fabrications of an unprincipled and untruthful crank as is known to those acqualntol with1 him Hesaid thatlie inherited Little save an honorable informed as to his fact that he failed to insert a proper sisnse of honorand a dull regard As to1 tho in timation of soraenewspaper correspondents that Lacys produce a chal lenge from mo toihinvfor a duel I havecnly to say that understanding of tho socalled honor If tiewere a niaiv worthy of vai after pro nounced him a liar per son as well docs nob en tall on roethe initiative I regret having to obtrude in this to Lacys newspapers render it in ray to do so have published ihis coinmuiiication will have the courtesyto TJffE GU1ST TTA How the Chinese Fraud Swindled of July 30 TRIBUNE Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Series the arrest Gun Wa crowd ot alleged phy sicians but in reality letteis have been fiom their dupes Northwest and the United have now oon by taxation aHenowher shipshould bo The railroad system at present is a system of sp611atibharidxr6bbeiy enormous debt is absorbing of Government should own and operate the railroads telegraphs and furnish cost ThoYLegislat ure should enacVaifreight law which shallvfix the rates higher thaii those Thereshould forms and National systemsof The adoption of the Australian ballot system isde mandedalso that eight hours shaUccnsti tute a days work except for agricultural labor The soldier shall service pension The platfoiiTi further political machinery of theState hasbeen controlled bycorporate power for dorof the people and tbe enrichment self and wo have entirely lost confidence In tho working of that machinery of uir just laws Wo voice for the call of the Peoples dent Stato Conventionto noniinato pure and honorable rneii for thedlllereni State officers on the principles above wo hereby pledge ourselves to vote and work for their election J H Hower was nominated for Governor his principal opponent exSenator Wyclc not coming nearly up tothe requisite number of votes at the evening session T U Deck otSanders county washominated for Lieutenant Governor Charles bury of Pawnee county for Secretary of V Wolf o of Lancaster f or Treasurer A QUIET 1 uly throughout the State today was very liglif and the electionwas There opposition to the oratic nominees to Constitutional convention for the State at largo Democratic local nominees in half a dozen counties SALT LAKE TurnujvE BUREAU 51 Fourteentli Street WASHINGTON D July We are to have a straight doso of tariff debate medicine in the Senate until tho bill is disposed of That has boon deiinitely de cided No measure however urgent which will create debate will hereafter be taken from the calendar until working progress has been made with tho tariff Tho River and Harbor bill Is tho only exception at present Mr Fryo Js begging hard for a day for that measure and may got it Other bills must sleep until by tho passage of tho Tariff bill For this reason the Utah Test Oath bill has small chances of consideration before ad journment It is be a test of endurance between the Republicans and Democrats in the Senate and at its conclusion there will bo a strong pressure to adjourn Other mat tcrs will be considered of minor importance Writing a apportionment bill is now considered unlikelv the House the factious minority is using every available method to delay con sideration of business which the steering committee and Speaker Reed and the Committee on Rules are holding back all possible legislation which will increase theappropriations On this account the chances for the Salt Lake Public Building appropriation this session are Very slim One effect of silver legislation is showing itself throughout the country Within tho past few1 days all thelargo manufacturers of silver tableware have sent circulars to the jewelry trade immediate advance of 16 per cent in silver ware owing to the advance in the cost of the hietaj CONGRESS GROSSLY Tuly Associated of Alabama ottered for reference to the Committee on Rules a resolutionrccit editorial the National Economist July 20th fine organ of the Farmers Alliance dcolared that the bond holders and their bonds will be paid now in gold only stating that it would be interesting to know how many mil lions it took to force the bill through Con gresa and charging that in these days of corruption and trickery men do not betray their constituency without consideration The resolution f urthQr recites that the bill had been passed through Con gress by bribery and corruption and the in tegrity of the House demands that the truth or falsityof the charge shall be estab and providing that a committee of seven members be appointed to investigate the charge AN AKTILOTTEKY MESSAGE President HurrispM today sent the follow ing message to Congress To theSenate and Howe of The recent attempt to sccuro a charter Irom North Dakota for a lottery company fche pending obtain fuoni iho State of Louisiana a re newal of tho charter of the Louisiana Lottery and establishment of one or more lottery at1 Mexican towns near our border liavc served thegood purpose of calling public attention to an evil of vast proportions If the buncful effects of lotteries wjsro confined to the Statue that gave the powers and licenseto odndnct business the citizens of the other States being powerless to apply legal remedies might clear themselves of responsi bility by the use of suoh moral agencies ns were within their reiich but the case is not so The people of the States Iraudcd tho vast sums of money offered to States forcharters are drawn from the people of the United States and the general Government through its mail system is made an effective and nrofllabie mediumof intercourse between the lottery company and its victims Theuso of the mails is quite as essential to the State license It would be radically impossible for the corii panics to exist jl the nublicmails were ouue effectually closed time been contemplating a Trip to Europe this summer and was roeemly tuade for iraMsaonation The application was held up however until tho foreign Governments could be heard from Gor innny atonco absolutely refused admission within her borders to any armed company from the United States England said tho Rifles could not enter Ireland Of course this ended all talk of the European trip among tho soldier boys EXCITED TUBE WORKERS THE MIDSUMMER MEETINGS Amalgamated Strikers Mob the Men Who Return to Work PITTSBURO July National Tube Works at McKeesport has TO start Its mill without the aid of the Amal gamated Association Out of the four thousand employes requested to bo on hand this morning only fifty went to work This excited the strikers and several men going to ano from workwere badly beaten At one time the excitement was so great that it approached a riot and the sheriff of Pitts burg was called upon to be in readiness Tonight a workman named Hooker was leaving the works when he was attacked by a mob He flrod into the gang and was knocked down His injuries are considered serious Los Angeles Wins a Race From Kingston and Teuton SUNOL TO TROT AGAINST A RECORD i The California Filly Will Endeavor to Beat Maud Lively Race at Terre Goes Without a Driver A Wisconsin Pearl Craze ALBANY July Dis Francisco Chroniclc Some boys found some more pearls in tho bed of the Sugar river near here The old craze has been revived and over 500 people wore out digging in the mud today and rcoro are coming tomorrow A REQUISITION FOR REYNOLDS CnrcAao July fTRnnrra Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle One of the directors of tho North western Brooders Association which gives a urotting mooting next month at WashingtonPark has re turned from a trip to Detroit in which city ho nmdo urraugemoms with Marvin the driver of SuuoL to trot tho groat filly here tho Maud S which is tho fastest recorder trotter A PrLGKm TO ZION WHO IS SADLT MISSED AT DENVER The U Oftlco JFlonds Burn Up an Entire Warrants for Omaha Boodlors THE GOVERN31ENT ON TOP The Argentine Rebels Their Arms and All IB Peace LONDOK July The following d ated Ayres July has been received at the Legation of the Argentine Bepublic in this city It is announced that the insurrection is subdued President of the Kcpiitolic andthe Naitional Cabinet ing orders National Government house Tho Finance Minister is at Senor Gavcia the signer ef patch is the Miriisterof He was the evolutionists at the beginning of the outbreak Saturday i PRESIDENT ORLMANS A dispatch tov the Times dated Ayres 2Sth says tliat terms settlehient Government and the ifdrces have been agreed upon to these the civilians who take part Jn tion All the captains of the revolutionary forces all iiue officers above the i grade of captain willjbe deprived of rank The of the in snrrectionists will be to X Tho abpve dispatch is President Gelroans version of the situation at Ayres Private dispatches from thatcity 2Sth p stated there is no changeip tue situation and no chance for a cpmproT mise between factions Tho the dispatches say must be fousht THE The Argentine legation iii Jjpndon tqt night received a telegram from Ayres signed by Finance government is completly The mutineers capitulated will deposit their arms at3tba j peripr officers Svill the troops wiirreturn to their quarters com companies md the prostitution of auiijrency tended to serve the purposes of legitimate trade and decent social intercourse Itis not necessary for me J am sure to attempt ibportray the robbery of the poor and the wide spread corruption of public and private morals atenecessary incidents of these lottery schemes The National capital has become a sjibheadquarters of the Louisiana Lottery Cora uanv numerous ugfents and attorneys are conducting bore a business involving probably a larger use of mail thair that of anyJegiMmate business enterprise in the District of Columbia There seems to be good reason to believe that i the touch oti agents has been felt by the clerks in tin1 public service some of the police offlcers of the District Severe and effective legislation should be promotly enable the purge the mails of all letters newspapers and relating to the business The letter of thc Postmaster herewith existing stat utes ana suggests legislation that would be effective It may also be necessary to so regu late the letters by express companies prevent the use of thoseagencies to main the lottery com panies and agents or in r does notseem possible that there can as to the propriety closing the mails against these therefore venujretoicxpressthe hope that powers as arc necessary to thatend wilibe given to the The letter of the to by the calls attention ito of the present and recbmmeiids the passage bf the All tiLpttery blli recently reported to the House INTERNAL REVENUE RECEIPTS Conimissioner Mason has submitted to the Socretary of tho Treasury a preliminary re of operations of the Internal Revenue Bureau last fiscal year ThE total of in ternalTevenue an increase the preced Oiving to thevlack of reports some cases possibleto giye cost of ich estim a ted a decrease of as with The tables ap report show the receipts in compared the niandedby legal officers The lized by the are the Provi aces The political situ atioh thoroushly peacef ulthe Vand country are qtiiefc v The8 Australian Ballot Decision HELENA Mont Tuly 39 Supieine Couit today decided Austra ballot law is mandatory and not in its character The case grew outtof a suit lor a justice office in whiqh one date who received a majority the votes pr eceed i rig year 4 were as f 581 tobacco an increase 1 of 130 IcxeaseV of 6leohvargaririei 201 a decrease of bank H 56vt44 miscel an increase of the tables arfd is regarded of great importance 796 i Among the larger collections were1 Illi nois Indiana Ken tucky New Ohio California and Nevada They Might Visit the WASHINGTON J uly Dispatch Franclsoo Chronicle Rational ofthis citjr have for tome DENVER July Special to Governor Cooper this morning Issued a re quisition upon Govern oi T bom ns for tho ap prehension and delivery to Deputy Sheriff Sam T Innian of one James T Reynolds who is wanted in this city on the feloniously removing mortgaged property consisting of a team harnessand wagon Tho complaint is made by T S Schlessinger and Reynolds is now reported under arrest at Salt Lake BT7RXED TO DEATH J1Y INCENDIARIES CINCINNATI July 20 Incendiaries set fire to the residence of Rev David Plumb in Cale Indiana this morning Plumb was fatally burned and his wife and fchreo chil dren perished in the flames Plumb is a prominent minister WARRANTS FOR OMAHA OMAHA July20 Warrants were Is sued today for the arrest of M D Roche of Omaha exCounty Clerk and John N Btirk and Edward Johnston of the South Orhaha Roche is charged with ofier and the two Councilmen with accepting a bribe to influence their votes on nanco recently passed granting a rightof way to tho Chicago Rock Island and Pa ciflc DEPARTED TERRE HAUTE A special frpmr Paris to the Exprens snys Albert City Clerk of is and his accounts are short between Efforts are being made to overhaul him ROBBED THE UNION PACIFIC July Burglars entered the local ticket office of the Union Pacific Rail road Seventh and Larimer streets some midnight last night blew open the safe and robbed the cash box of about S3 Tho police arrestod four men to day who are suspected of being implicated The Worlds Fair Amendment SPRINGFIELD July The Senate this afternoon adopted a jointresolution providing for an amendment to the State Constitution permitting ihe city of Chicago to increase its limit of indebtedness so as to issue 000 000 in bonds in aid of the Worlds Fair In the House tho resolution failed to receive the necessary twothirds majority but the vote was reconsidered and the reso lution will be taken up apain tomoirow A number of members opposed tho resolution on the ground that it being rushed through too1 hastily not having1 yet boon j printed for examination PHEYENNS July to TRIBUNE Wannimiaker has been pe to remove George L Thompson the new highmuckamuclv of the young post oflice at Warren in the Big Horn country this State Thompson refused to sell 2cent stamps for less than a nickel each claiming that the high rate of freight made it impos sible to quote the stickers at a smaller figure Fremonts Papers At of Fremonts death he was engaged upontba manuscript of a paper for The coming series on the California hunters It was to be Finding Paths to arid was not only to with the several exploring to narrate the with the events which led to the conquest and occupation of the The work will be promptly con by Mrs A first draft of the article had been made and the sub ject had been and closely dis cussed by General and Mrs Fremont that she will have no trouble in compJoi iug the manuscriptlor which shehad already written an introduction as weiliisa supple ment describing fJier life at Monterey in A portrait of General If from a daguerreotype ofv4p or 50 will ap pear in the number otT7wj Cen tury aJongwith portraits of Commodores and Gwin and Governor an article giving ac count of How California Came into the July thousand poo pie attended the Grand Circuit races which opened bore today Tho weather was per fect and tho track in splendid Fast time was made in tho flrst race thirty class showing one heat under In the first heat of the two twentyone class r Verittis collided with uingthc latter against tho Prince got away from his driver and rarif once and a half round the track stopped Tho horse was uninjured but tho sulky was smashed Veritas was distanced for foul driving and Pocahontas Prince was so badly winded that he was drawn in third heat In the second heat same race JEleta got beyond controlof her driver and ran twica around the track Two thirtytrot Rose won Hiaxloy second Prince Warwick third Violic Clay fourth Best time pace Abdal lah won Chemes C second Frank Dorch third Forest Wllkes fourth Best time trot won Dick Smith second Sulsun third Tariff fourth Time AT M ON MOUTH PARK MONMOUTH PARK July was a sea of mud Seven teerwon Grimaldi second Bella B Time Hollywood handicap Qllies threequarters of a won Fairy second Equity third Time Raritan stakes threeyearolds mile ond a Morrow won second Chieftain third Time Navesink handicap mile and a TSurus won Tom Coy second Time Threeyearolds mlle and won Theodosiussecond Mikado third a won gard AT SAilATOGA SARATOGA July of a PuNjfpr won Blue Rahibow Hotel stakes A wbhVSir John second Isaac Lewis Time Five by HJmyar Rosalie A Filly second Billett Retreat Mile and a Angelftb won Kingston second Teuton third Royal Gartftr won JTopaful secood White Nose third Time AT ST ST July 20 Traok fast Two yearolds five Fidells won Philora second Chimes third Time and upwards mile Al mont and Xran a dead heat first place and divided the money Longshot Thno Twin City Exposition threeyear olds and a sixteenth Nevada won Cousin Jerome second Catalpa third Thne 1 t Threeyearolds mile and a quarter Tenacity Oklahoma Ivid sec ond Vice Regent third Time All ages mile Davidson wonj tho Harem second Jack Staff third Time NEW YORK July The managers Dundee Park or the Northern New Jersey Fair Association who were the first to pro pose a race between Suuoi and Axtell now oifer a stake of entimco free mile heats best three in the winner to takoi the whole the date to between September 23rd and October llth The Players Brotherhood t CXKVELAND The Cleveland Brotjjerhood team pounded Kil rov and Madden very hard Attendance 120Q Cleveland 3 0 0 3 3 1 1 50 000 001 Cleveland 2 Boston 8 Cleve 4 Bostou 3 Gruber andvSut cliffeT Kilroy JJudenuud Murphy Ferguson Halbert BUFFALO Kecfe was thrt cause of the Bisons defeat to day Attendance 900 Buffalo 10 1 0 0 0 04 2 Buffalo orFhiladelphitt 10 Buf falo Q Philadelphia 5 Keefe and and Milligiin Gafl 1 CJ31CAGO The Chicago Brotherhood club again defeated the lirooklyns Chicago OO 0 0 Ol 0 a Brooklyn 0 12 0 Chicago 8 Brooklyn cago 3 Brooklyn 7 Baldw la aud FerrelJ Sanders aud Pierce andSnydcr The National League S fl Not Afraid of Her on gA St man has an aun t who lives in of the points of the coin of thepretty city of bid ilady who Jias of lovesto people whom of their odd sayings aiid Here are v had who lived of in Brookfield a small graveyard At the bottora of the si ope wi th a iri sitefl Her an d when h e a afier diiningr was hprxified i3S of v Drainage in to the into tJienouse to The Brooklyn League club turned the Cleveland 1 clever 1800 1 0 1 0J 0 7 Cleveland 5 Brooklyn IJeld and Zimmcr Lovett The local League team won the game fiernoon by hard 50 0 0 511 0 0 0 0T0 Or9 Boston Getzin and Keenan The anvthing with Stems t their good Attenaance 1400 Chicago V 3 lvl Oy t 0 0p   

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