Tuesday, August 26, 1890

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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah THE MOST EXTENSIVE MEDIUM IN TIFIC ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION CIRCULATION EXCEEDING TIUT OF ALL THE OTHER DAILIES CITY COMBINED VOL SALT LAKS TUESDAY MOKlsTIjSTGs AUGUST PEICE FIVE WEST Ably Championed by Senators Stew art Teller and Jones THE DEBATE ON THE LEAD ORE TAX MVarm to the American MinorTho ICTnooraiJe Attempt to Degrade Him Sliown Up Tho Prosperity of tho West Tbreat cned TvARB TnrnnNB 517 FourUonth Stroot WASHINGTON Aug 25 1800 Lead was up all day In the Senate ana oomo up tomorrow for tho flmil voto when the Senate will pass the Item Imposing duty of ono and cents per pound on tho loadIn stiverlead orn TliC Demo fought tho ditty lonp and viciously and wore ably assisted by Senator Plumb of Kansas Senators Jonos and Teller rnafio tho great of the day Tho debate ftttrjtotod groat Interest Thoro was a larger attendance on tho floor than usual and innxpootjuioy of a voto several repre sentatives arranged for a of pairs Senator of Texas who vrlth Senator lieagari represent tlio Kl Pano smoIbovH opened the debate in a stupid upecsoh In which he an appealfnrfioo silver lead oro arid urged It for tho sake of pro moting reciprocal commerce and friendly relations between Mexico and the United States Senator Keagari who followed seemed to caro less for reciprocity than for the smolt j rig corn hi no whorfo pitiable condition if not allowed to Import Mexican oro free of duty ho pictured In fcurbkl language Thendime Senator Carlisle with an abso lute and a demand that all load ores of every description should bo admitted free HJ denied all knowledge of any lead trust and professed total Ignorance of tho fnot chftrsed by Toiler that tho loud trust had kepta lobby working all this season at the Capitol to break down a great American Industry Senator Plumb followed and demanded a reduction In tho duty from IA to cents Senators and Vost also spoke for tho smelters and tho policy of ilio Democratic party Neither however felt It Incumbent to say that In this as In every other position affecting the tho Democratic party had boon the steady persistent vindictive of far Western Interests and especially of tho interests of mining States oppos ing antipolygamy silver re tho tariff or wool and lead oro of a cent a Ho denied that tho advance in load would profit any rnino owners and assorted that Its only offoofc would be to add to tho already groat fortunes Ho asserted that ho know ono roan in Colorado who would gain 000 a year from this bill Tiro Kansas farm ers would bo out off from their with Mexico a friendly country would resent such notion the mine owners would heap up profits and tho minors would not have a dollar added to tholr wages Ho askocl the Senators from Nevada whotherthoy would If they could raise the duty on lead so hlsh that none could como Into this country and when both assorted that they certainly would Flu broke out into a free trade upcoch and sat down RPEKC5T In TOJolnder to Ilumb wns a vigorous doj M i v dk 1 f 11 11 made an empire out of tho wilderness They and alone havo made possible tho growth of the West Hardy industrious vigorous they have created wealth from toe bowels of the earth taking it from them rny vote shall tbe American miners bo put on a par wittt tno Mfxiiiin peon who dont wear as iriucn clothing as per value as tho American i miner pays for a pair of boots i In 1KSV said Senator Teller tho tfo publicaw party mudo its campaign on tne i tariff T predict that if a Republican Con ress shears out lead protection from this bill not a single Northwestern State will no carried next time by tho In closing tho Senator said that tne miners might jjftt rich Tb was possible and hf hoped it would be so But we are eii to get ho said We fought poverty wo fought tho Indians we fought nature wo have prospered hot wo have divided our prosperity with tho country The Senator from hau sus spoaks of a man in Colorado who will make Lliroe of a million a year of i his bill passes Ho means by chat a groat mine noav LoadvUlo owned by many owners who fortune before itmade a dollar What if thiJi mine a moiety of which Is hiild in Colorado docs make Its owners rich Thousands of mines never paid a dollar Thousands of miners worked hopefully on tho money furnished by their associates Isiborlnm In the cities to furnish funds arid a million had boon sunk In tho ground for every million taken out Tlip tight ts the miner against the lead trust and tho people who had HORBKD TUB MtNUIl rid would do so for years to come The Powerless to Order a Strike THEY FULLY ENDORSE POWDERLY And Bitterly Denounce the New York Central Autocrat but Can Do No Autocrat Is Makes a Speech set forth by Powderly a to brins also tho efforts strike to nu hv Powdrfy to brins strike to nu hoaorob Srilnation In this general nrovil of the action of the Knight of Labor t course of Webbis HS unequivocally condemned in TDK IOWEB homTNT of d tL Kn IrV sentatlvP tosC hvthofficials r tion to Sc THB8UPKEMB CODSC1L has been exerted to of Labor tlirough their repre HrPa recognition of order rich and powerful corpora r the ivorkHijnnen vicunas of FCrforra such autocratic a hearing other kindly offlcjes iis proper uioler tto W to a eloso upon prin ciples of with of Webb It brirc the strike to a close upon prin ind In this council Vnwin co fhc suitocniticattuude IOLTA VIYS 1 3 The Beautiful Countess Who Insists on ng a Man SHE IS THE HUSBAND OF NINE WIVES o btrs of TERM HAUTE Aug G oclock this by a logil nmo to strikes the mailer concisely prc foS nother organization onamr n itis submi ned r ominit She Comes From a Family of Cranks andHerldiosyncrncies Are Heretii Gifterl Scliolar and a Writer of Ability evening the followiri mess aye by tho Council of Kuitway seat out Employees signedby President Surgctnb Sheehau to Powderly at Albany Council adjoiinied this afternoon In chief executi order having a grievance tliu upon worry about them They are quite able to tako oare nf themselves The pres ent bill which will bo passed by Republican votfjs is not to swell the profits of mine owners but to Kive tho intelligent hardwnrklfiK miners of tho West a chance ajyaliisfc the poor laborer of 1OSKF TAICKS THl VLOOK ATtoi a short collofjuy betweett Senators Gray and Stewart Senator Jones of Nevada took tinfloor arid delivered a speech Sen ator Jonof rarely makes a speech but when ho does tho cloakrooms empty and his asso ciates gather around his It certain to bo tho best array of facts and arguments Iwsort on then which oan bo jarnorod His sputich on lead oro today was no exception to tho rule Ho besan with an asser tion of thedoctrine of protection and its application tho laws govern ing wages tho Interests subserved by the policy Ho then entered up on a brilliant eulogy of tho part taken by the miner In tho upbuilding of tho West The mine has boon the dovolopor of the country the inducement ollorod to roiioh the of settled coxnmunity The possible rich rewards it held oub allured brain and brawn to danger and solitude Nothing but the hope of rich returns could havo Induced men to suffer and endure as tho minors have Agriculture in the arid regions had boon possibleonly bo oauso of the mining camp Rad Jb not boon for tho advent of tho argonaut tho settlement of California would havebeen delayed for half a century wlillo not a permanent industry Itself sustains aud produces permanent in dustries and builds up great common wealths A rnino Is an evolution the tent gives way to tho cump the camp to the town thu rrnilo to tbo wagon tho wagon to tho railroad The agriculture of the arid regions ing the camp and at lastthe communities are1 able to emerge from mining and enter broader fields The pioneer of Industry It ia important that wiiriliig should have Its dvo share of protection The Senator then ontpred upon a telling argument upon and value of the load ore tabulated figures to prove that It had protection and suffered with low duties Ho affirmed that huMoasod production had always boon followed by lower lead under am ple pro tootInn declining from per linn to In Under tho law of 1S83 said the Senator tho Mexican load ores be gan to come in free to the great damage of the American Industry Senator Jones then entered Into an Inter esting discussion of tho situation in Mexico and The United States lie insisted that a continuarice of policy would moan tho de struction of tho industry The result would bo disastrous Ho drew a ilvoly picture of the Mexican mines Con trolled by the load trust prices advanced to consumers and a lino of deserted shafts and tunnels appeared in tho WestHe said ho know tho American minors to be trnthful and ho now proposed to road telegrams making as his own every statement therein contained Ono iron Hon Thomas Wren of Nevada the joiner and an equally vigorous denunciation of tho Treasury ruling onargentiferous proa lie Dosed tho trick by whici the smeltow of Paso hud sprinkled silver oreson top of ores sampled tho top layer and RwlndltMl tho American minors and built the Kl Paso smelting wovksi manned by Mexi can pecns by such wothods SENATOU TELtiKR wasalmost too tli to bo present Jn tho Son aU took the door and made markablo speech bristling with with vigorous invootlves and full of doop foollnp He said rho Treasury ruling now nought to bo ovorthrown by laws was fa vored by tiiC smelter combine and tho Loud Trust while those opposing tho ruling were not intho UMXCI Trust or In any other trust The question was one ftf the Northwest It waa a test between a combination of wealthy ciiitMlsls liiul the honest ininor Kitty thousand men tbo most vigorous tho most hirdv of Amnrlean wore the blU They consumed more of isas products than all tho rosb of the world Last year UlUOU carloads oC Kansas nno Nebraska the niinlng Jt ate SS In tuouotavy voar f exports from 0f which wore agricultural Vlo htmsolt had fieeii KMUSHS grow from a barepralrlo bv tbo markets of mliujs wages Why wo pay our minors ThtV domand and iet luoro wages than any other class of Lately tho Marshal Bay Mining Company added 50 cents a day totheir miners wugos oii srround as they had reduced thcraln when silver fell it was their duty to advaiuio wlion He curnmondcd this wtho fvansaSPena tor who assumed but without o speak for the miners Prosperity intho Vntng camps moans prosperity in Delawirtv and Rbodo Ishuid both of which States furnished mirilnK machinery Com tho oroeodilo tears They wero tiiiite able to tuke caro of themselves They before Mexican ores came Ingres nuiko great profitsH 6bHgect pufyhuse their oros as they did before from American minors why this talk about the flux It was because it cost to rnuio shorn In Moxico and the Tinned hundred families rely wholly oti ores arid wives and children them for Another from lion 0 0 Wallace asserted that tho tariffon loud was the in dustry and others from the Eureka Mining Company predicted that tho mines must bo closed unless a tariff was imposed on for eignload Thoro Is not a man Democrat or Kopub Ilcan who docs not agree on this question There Isno division or party lines It is QUESTION OK EXISTENCE Tho only persons who are opposed to the duty are the Load Trusfc who ask us n protective to protect the products of load and make our poto with peonlabor for their benefit In ono year thesepeople brought in tons duty tvftS They ask our minors to pay high duties onmachinery and to compote with Mexico with low duties to work with labor and per day aud compote with Moxiotuis ut KO of this duty the Senator urged difference of living hove and In MOXJCO difference in the people Third millions Invested In the mining camps which havo arisen in favor of our miners by their unsurpassed services In placing un empire In the midst old said the Senator has yet changed to the now and any shock would bo disastrous The forcing of the Industry to the wall would be de structlon totho thousands of llttlo farms I ask on behalf of American labor and American enterprise that this proviso ou T tho Tariabillshall be a vote the Senate adjourned un til tomorrow k LIJl YTtlllV i 1 I t aftor cure fully considering strike in an itr dclalls You will noUvtlie result of our cleUber iitions in toMilfthts diKpatclics which u is will wltli your Jtio Comicirwas uiumimoiiH in ondorfiing our poM ilon mill thu Grand Hxioiulvu Hoard most ear nnstly hopus thai tha rights which ohamploiihiK in the groat conluct on tlio York Central may linally and powerfully pre vail TKI KTAXKMKNT The ofllcial sbatement of the Council Riven 10 an Associated Press reporter is as follows UMTKU OIWKK op KJIPLOYBKES f of August 7ih i ou tlm NuWYorK Iliiflsnn Kivnr Kalliuacl liivolvlns about niglit hnurlicc in the tmpjoy nf suul ronri wtro wnro incinbcisol Uui eiijat labor known s ll of Labor Tin reasons set lortli by I clerly chic1 wxoowtivo of the order may he Mirn is convenwl at headquarters and to havo appeals through represtsiuatiycrt oT the order their grievaiicftRatljuslurl hut tltcir Genetul Miistor Workman Knlslita of Jiiterml the task of djustlng tho flilllunlty such i its us would result in make wnr upon thu nutoly upon all labor orjauiuallojis r on hN road sunght a canhrouiw with Mm Su Vno Cornell Unitod Railway Km n Tho request of Kowcltvly was pin od Four mcuJtiors of tho Council Silot of met him in tho city of V 1 HrotiVeriiood of JRailwsiy winin president of tho Supreme Council K k n ion Bcaud master Kiuhvuy Council s of tl whom n roqunstod and is expecUm to ob n asotMemontalikft to all If u tiro still follows the effort to remove the cause of Bompiaint and the ooiinci by unanimous yoUs decides that the prlcvanoo be of such eravity to justify a strike it will be promptly ordered in which event raombirs of the rarious iployocl on the road where tho pripvanoc firouien trammnn nnd men abandon their work In conclusion the supremo Council places upon record its appreciation of them au mess of MKKnights of Liihor employed on the sew York Central In BtrncjpIinK to maintain nciple What the Knights Do Now Is Tjittle Consequence Aug In reply to the question What do you think of the ac tion ofthe Supreme Council U n i ted Order of Railway Employees at Teno Haute said thckft was the only jiwlse course to take Whether tho Kniffhts of Lalor will now take further steps will make but little difference There are only Knights in tho employ of York Central It is a queer that the Supronie CoiinoH of the tederatlon can find no grievance upon order a strike yet they censured the New Central and its officials They also dooUne to any supportto the strike appeal VIENNA Aug Dispatch San Fraucisfco Chronicle young Hungarian Countess Vay closed her mud career last January Without money aud without credit shattered by dis sipation and disheartened by disappoint ment restrained at every turn by the in flexible hand of the law and notorious be yond any other European woman of her generation she took refuge from the sport ing world in the house in Pesth She abjured drinking betting andgambling fighting duelling and debt making She continued to wear trousers and cutaways but ceased to wooand win young women under such false pretences Recently Professor Von KrafftEbing got atthe records of the Vay family from tho tenth century down to tho Countess Sarolta and collected from them facts for a psychol ogical and physiological study which ne has just published The idiosyncracies of Countess Sarolta are described KrafitEbing as hereditary A sister of her grandmother he has discovered was hys terical lay seventeen years in bed merely because she Imagined that she hud hip disease Another grand aunt passed seven years in bed because she imagined herself to be suffering from an incurable disease Her grandmother suf fered from the delusion that a clrawingr room was cursed A fourth grandaunt did not allow servants to sweep or dust her room for four years and neither washed herself nor combed her hair All of these women were however clever well educated and amiable Saroltas mother was nervous aud felt ill whenever she was out doors in the moonlight One branch of tho mothers family was given over entirely to spirit ualism Four cousins on the shot The desire of Sarolta to appear a few the New commentary to the pnblio to furnish it THE ALBANY CONFERENCE tlieniembors of s is 1 that olllolalsof with a the Supreme Council became the road by every oil cia havitiL full authority on all inftUors ffi KB and Powdcrly HJving thorlty to nofioLiatosuolv for Ui ischared in tho cons labor should meet iowdeily and Slop some just for tho or tho iTievancn of tho Staking 6m nlovoO This conolusiou haviuy been rSed the members of the Counoll i response totho request of Powdorly o So 1 their journey to olTerod sue aid as was In thoir o bring ftbout a settlement Ibetweeu ViceJresident Webo tho inftUors per au Uic to havo men discharged in own defence in tho prcsonco of Webb imcl bim fair and honorable proposition was refused and Powflcrly proposed to arbitrate was a so refused There woreother proportions nido by Powdorly having for thoiv an honorahle settlement of the existing trouble all of which worn 1U5FH8ER ON TUH Of WKEB The members of the Supremo Council while in jhilfalo and Now York had ample opportunity to thoroughly inform thomselvafi upon all the strike They saw and heard both sides TKov appreciated the gravity ol tho on coin the impending Bltua dopmod o adviSlo to convene the Supreme Cpiinoi for deliberation and such conclusions as the should wurrnnt In response to of bar aont presideni of the Supreme Council that body convened in Torre TIaiitc lash Saturday and remained in session today n making their report to tho council the members who went o New York tooon for with found iW his rullvcorrob oralocl by facts Tn Webb he refused to entertain any proposition looking to a set lomcnt of tho dinkuilty JUe would not arhl A HOTEL TRUST Senator Tlio smelters wanted cheap il to the destruction of the American MAI n tl f Hearst Embarks in a New Enterprise yoRK Aug TRIBUNE Dispatch an Francisco Senator Hearyt jincVL of Callfoniiu have Ed S Stokps at the HpfTman House u big hotol and oufiS trust which will under the title of the Boft now Is a foiut oonipawy formed u nidor the of Jersey stoelc Stokes Tho nauies of the ntinefa secret of ho arutaent tho from Texas to shbwa single authority to receive corns a flay A to his mUd but thirty contra day Let tor from i iigwhichhe1 know ivll v Jar advanOOfl addition Hoffman and summer provided arrangements Itis ii hotel nieanb said the Bemitor Vtinoant protection all s and class tupre protection niiindedto be shewn diime fclvllliatiOTi f i n n VloVa oricl Af ArnYi Anlinr oarned d would manage his road TO SUIT wlthoul any rcreicnoo torights olnimijd by its employees dr any ripht iMaimod tho labor liilerfcto In the matter to protect thuir mombovs CONCLUSIONS OF T1TK OOUNCH The conncii having hoard the statetnonts of ts members who had visited Iscw York j for tho muposn of jiscurtiilning1 tho true ot airalrs exhaustively discussed every important proposition and arrived a as lol That tiiu IposilVoiV of tho Knights of Labor as set forth hy Powdcrly General Master Workman aucl theGeneral Board Knights of Labor meets our unqualified Besolutions CaHinR the Board of Arbitration ALBANY Aug were moved on Hudsoiithis morning butno IbcitUreiKht hag boonsent out tho yards of thecompany j Afaeonference thisafternoon twenty of the discharged riion wercclosely quosUoned bv Powdorly relative cause which theythoiiRnt led to their dismissal is claimed that many facts were brought out which tend that the discharges Were the result of a preconcerted diop all prominent leaders in the circles of v A preambleand resolution calling on the Stato Board of Arbitration to order a prompt investigation of tbo exishmg difficulties saying the strikers were ready and anxious for one Before thomeeting adjourned and the course which would be pursued in case the federation did not eral POWDERJjX SPEAKS ofBeing ughting The Chinaman drew a knife and plunged it into the dagos arm and then MD Tbo dago went through the China j house and to the front door where he fell out and was found hy Officers Hass and Nicholson The same night Bntch Smith a butcher was held up in an alley here Ho had just pur up his horses and locked the stable door when he received a command to throw up his hands aud at the same time a revol ver was thrust into his face Butch told the man he must be mistaken Atthe same time he whirled and the man tired the ball passing through his linen duster and doing no other harm Butch sprang upon tho man and buried a knife which he bad in his baud into bis shoulder The wouldbe assassin freed himself from clutch sprang over tho fence and disap peared in the darkness Diligent search was made by the officers and others for the man but atthis writing no arrests have been made From the blood on tho ground near the stable it evident that the man was cut very badly There is a bund of and thugs in Boise just now some of whom will dangle from a telegraph pole one of these fine nights if they do not keep a little shady BETWEEN THE DEVIL AND AMERICAN THOROUGHBREDS Just as Good as Any Raised in England HA66IK PROUD OF HIS WORLD BEATERS Salvator Firenzi and Ijos Angeles Will Make a Good Race A Favorites Day at Baseball Record the mothers side to bo a man has always amounted to a partial men tal derangement Professor KrafftEbing says that she fought six duels during tho maddest part of her career with Viennese officers and students who reproached her sex She insulted several more who dis creetly declined to challenge the prowess of her arm She has been married by priests and civil officers to no fewer than nine women beside Marie Engelhardt All of these womeiv have seemed to catch the of her own hallucination Six of them stilMlve in Vienna asdivorced Count esses Two have tried to bring suits for alimony and one is trying hard to got Sarolta back to live with her however still tries she says to remain faithful to her last wife Beautiful she exclaimed recently I dream of you every I bate everything that reminds me of my she said to a friend of the professor I would formally insult a man who called me Countess A friend who reminds me of my sex I would never speak Sarolta lias Ihave never Nevertheless the Countess small affection for mankind He Accuses pursued towards poTrtorlvami Knights of tabor notwith standing to ovi si orcaniitations on Urn Central fc Hud son Kivor byAustin Cor bin on policy of Webbis despotic to an extent thnl outnigcs every punoiple of Araen ran citizenship and if gonftrftlly adoptod would i successful reduce A me to n de graded condition f h by tho employment ofPirikor tcm thtovos thugs and murderers vilowretches from the slums ami hrothol of Now ork and other ckles to kill workingmon because they darud protest und strike for is a crimo of such enormity as will tho nnine of Webb with thoso who dressed in have used degnido fellow put forth by to destroy of Labor would the circumstances manner bouiado to qrcamzatious of cugi noetf and switch IT succossful H ds1 only of time when a similar to seal fate of course to Chief Arthur Bribed Aug A monster mass meet ing was held at the rink tonight and drew a larger crowd to that place than be fore entered the at one A Wright roember of the Executive Board McGuiro arid Pdw rlerly were among the Powderly was received a perfect tu mult applause Ho said the strike was already won and proclaimed a victory No man con Id say the cause was wrong said the loss beef alope on the roidwas by actual other accounts would fool up and it was timefor Webb to S Powderly then asked if any memher of the Brotherhood was present If therewas one he spqke to him and he called npon the orderto array side Vai labor despite their unworthy chief It was not until Arthur took charge that such nef an ous doings were made public The mastsoon show itsliand despite its chief Tbe Central was refusing although it was the law of State that they should take all freight The law should im stead of calling 6uti the seize ioiicl for failing to do its duty At the conclusion of his remarks derly offered a which was adopted by a storm of unanimous approval that It is thesense of this meeting that the introduction of an force riiLthe State in time an the laws of our State is in of every law of humanity and stopped ai the next session of v felt the slightest inclination to become well acquainted with any young she ex As the years pass by I become more and more convinced that none of them is worthy of my Professor KrafftEbing has also drawn some the formation of the Countess Saroltas Tbe he says show firmness and cer tainly they are thoroughly masculine A close analysis tho characteristics of wild passion hatred and opposition against everything which partakes of the nature ot heartfelt love an entire lack of poetic sen timent of the sentimental sort nobility of aspirations enthusiasm for everything beautiful and noble a keen mind for science and the fine arts The contents of her manuscripts betray wide in the classics of alllanguages She quotes freely from the poets historians and ethical writers of all countries Her poetic and other literary works are far above medioc rity For several years she has contributed numerousarticles of merit to four Viennese magazines of wide circulation and considerable Countess Sarolta is a woman of im posing presence She is of medium bight and has limbs of ruaculino development Her shoulders are her chest is broad her hair is short curly and almost black Her nose turns up slightly and her mouth liascurves likecupids bow Although her years of dissipation have cut deep Hues in lier face she is still handsome and looks like a boy of 21 the IDAHOS IX SORRY PLIGHT A VERY Afraid to Admit MormonDelegates nnd Afraid to Kick Thoixi Ludicrous Spectacle BOISE CITV Idaho Aug to Democratic State Conven tion has been in sore trial all day over Uie contesting delegations Bear Lake county The notorious Joe Tones tho Mor mon Sheriff of that county and Rich son of the lato GeneralRich the Mormon apostle sind polygamist were elected delft gates by the Mormons of Bear Lake county Tho Gentile delegation headed by A Mc Intosh who were elected by a mass meeting of Gcntllo Democrats contested the seats with tho MorinoD Tho Committee on Credentials wrestled with the mightyproblem as to whether they would fire tho Mormons and thus jeopardize the loss of the Mormon influence or whether they would throw out the Gentile Democrats A number of Democratic delegates from Oneida Bingham and Cassia as well as the Gentile Democrats of Bear Lake county stated that if the seated they would leave the convention and support the Republican nominees Tho Committee on Credentials finally made favor ofall tho delegates from all tho counties excepting Bear Lake They refused tdreport either for or against the Mormons or the Gentiles Mr Agnew of Shoshone county vigorously denounced this lack of courage on the part of tho committee and the convention finally instructed the committee to make a report on Lake case fomorrbw morning alii It is an secret here that tho Dettio party expects tho Mormon aid and in fluence but counsel differs as to tho wisdom of proclaiming that fact by any thing so plain as the seating of tho Bear Lake Mormons It is thought a trade will bo fixed up tonight by which tho Mormons will withdraw their claims or allow them selves to be kicked out amid loud applause It is difficult for genuine antiMormon Democrats to understand why the conven tion shouldhesitate especially if as they will say in their platform they insist on the rigid enforcement of No Mormon can vote in Idaho under the Constitution or the legislative enactments and in consequence is no more reason why they should be admitted as delegates to a political conven tion than Chinamen should be The Democratic convention has certainly made a pitiable exhibition of itself on tho first day and has sadly lessened the very slim chances which that party had CAPITAL NOTES NKVT YOKK Aug Dispatch Francisco His gin who has returned from Europw waa seen It is said that you going to sever your connection with the said she reporter I cannot say whether T am or am was the reply My business takes up great deal almost all of my time For in stance this In tho Suburban I have not seen ono of my champions run I could not be present at the Champion stakes and more especially the great Sulvator Tenny match The man who loves racing from his heart must naturally wish to see his horsps win especially In great races but I will not admit thai I am goingto quit the It was generally surmised that owing to your taking Mackoy with buying some of tho best blood stock in Eng There is not the least truth in that said Mr Haggin I think 1 havo got as good stock in California as anywhere in world As to takingmy manager Tohix Maokoy with simple truth is that he wanted a change and T asked him to eomo along with me Mackoy visited all the chief stables in England and the best races Ho tells me that he did nor see a horse in the Old Country any better than ours There is not one ounce of dlrterence between their champions and ours With regard to my self 1 did not go near the race course and the only horses I saw were those of pold Do Rothschild at whose house I was There is a rumor that you are going to sell your I shall sell some of my youngsters most was the answer but that1 am going to sell my brood mares my good ones you can mostdistinctly contradict In so far as Salvator and Firenzi arc con cerned I will never part with them their racing days ire over will havo their homes in the Rancho Doi Paso aud if I live long enough have a royal home and a great burial In tho homestead Naturally I am proud of owning tho champion mare and stallion of America and I think ot th THE HELENA OPENING Every Run BOISE TO m FRONT A LIVELY CHA3TEK ACCIDENTS AND CRIMES Portioh of the Snalic River Bridge Knifed by a Butcher the Knights a disre the and coiusultiring shpakilouder The Chicago Strike Results in tory foV the been develop ed in iTbo receiptsof are very Morris haye shut their f qrcecl there is nothing thew tp do is ex roads to handle a Is in lf will probably precipitate r This afternoon the rattheSwitchmerts to t iositibn 5of Idaho Aug to Vailroad bridge Snake river at Huntington was afire last night whichdelayedtrains for about five of bridge was burned The many members of State Conven ition severe iifigbt The Silver Irrigation Compromise WASHINGTON Aug 25 silver offered the Government today ounces Tho was ounces at ounces at 350000 ouncesat IRRIGATION COMPROMISE An agreement has been reached by the Sundry Civil bill conferees upon the para craphsrelating1 to irrisation and public laud appropriation for the survev of public lands conferees fixed at 000 udditianal clerk inthe offices of SurveyorGeneral stricken out For topographical survey the conferees aKreecl Onehalf of this sumis to beexpended of the 100th longitude The item ap propriating for irrigation survey was stricken The appropriation for en craving maps ol thesurvey was increased On the public land question a compromise in reached by so to The Favorites Win mng Race Aug opening day of tn7 races1 great success It was a favorites4 day5n all the running races and several had to bo barred outoCtUe pool box to obtain betting on the field Tho nursery trotting stakes three starters purse Maid 22 Leapyear 11 Locust distanced Time The nmtuals paid and RunniuR one mile upwards purse Gold Benjamin and Circle Ollie B orite and was barred from Tho horses had a pretty good start under the wire together At the post they wero neck and neck reaching IB in twentysix seconds At the post they were still bunched reaching At the threequarters post by the whip forged a neck in the lead second Gold Bar third Euuning race mile and a half derby stages purse starters Ladago Carrie Lee Montana and Giildo pools Guido sold favorite with odds and had to be barred Iroto the At the start Guido was about a neck in rear and remained there until thehalf post was reached when be bunched with the others At the post Carrie Lee was leading a trifle Ladago out At the one mile forged ahead reacting it in and carSoin winning by half a Montana second Carrio Lee tJiird Lad ago v ToDay at Monmonth PARK the entries for toraorrow First race seveneighths of a mile cap S750 Teddy Venv Fonsetta Can Pbcpbe Bbsetta Brussels Philander BoylynK Koguefort Hopper Fad 111 Spent Sinaloa Colt l6Scond T3 ome Bred stakes twoyear olds S1000 addedEsperanza Third arid onehalfmiles Mon mouth Handicap Lavlna TjrenJ flamme Prince Royal Anaconda AH Fourth added withdrawal of the PI occupationand settlement in good faith and validbu be recognized and same if wirth Tae except that reservoir sites located race epstakes IToodlutii CJtt n the Bcllevue 118 fchften BonnieLass Key West h and ica p swoep 000 Buddhisi gate under allsaSd 1 aws J Platt chairman of the Committee oh e made Territories tbo letter The3Voqaiilver base played our tight Splrl over ri ingmichine vjibbtit sC hundred rnapose kl let moving fuee railway f with i ii iigmen and A ivl i iri m ii 10 b t Im s btokerthe pidr from transmittang the fol a davshousetohouse i rispection J findthat X onethird of two hirds of the farmers need seed wheat jiow iiiwant nothing to sell prospects gloomy the south of Tenri tory is not quite s v THOMAS Special Land Inspector of n nHe S750 Maiden Little Serarider Venture Vivid DaisyAVoodrutr S5 Arab Ncwburg Tom Seventh race seveneighths of MontagiH Monroe has no resources witi1 to relieve Destitution to lay the inform AUTOMATIC the wei 1 2 niittee on Railroads and portedt6tbe billagreed uponby 5 yillage

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