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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah First Part Pages 1 to 8 183 THE LONG AGONY ISOVER SALT LAJCE CITY UTAH JIJLY 13 1890 PRICE FIVE The Country Is at Last Given Literal Silver ONLY HARRISONS SANCTION REQUIRED The Compromise Bill Passes the House 1y a Party Vote and Ke ccives a Majority of The Democratic Opposition Fourteenth Street I July Tho longprotracted agony Is over The Silver bill has passed from Congress and tho final act ItH signature by tho President Is all that remains to complete the story of a groat btrugglo Speaker Keerta foresight once more did not fall him flo was sure of a quorum and a good majority on yestsrclay when tho bill was hilled for right of way Ho got both titday on a strictly party vote Tho majority of 3a votes was more than was RiiMclpatfid EveryRepublican vote was made to count either by pairing or by presence Thrs closing Democratic as saults upon UK bill changed from tho for mer howls of rage tu wails of despair The pawago of tho measure was a foregone con clusion and debnfcH only meant delay The bill will go into elToct thirty days passage THIS JjAST STRUG GTjlS Tho Conference Report Adopted y a Strict Ijitty Veto WAsntNfliON July 12 In the House Plngiey Maino presented a memorial from tho State Conference of tho Congregational Jhureh of Maine for the passage of tho package KefoiTOd Condor called up conference ro rmt on the Silver bill Conger said the bill presented in tho report was as all confer on co bills must bo In tho nrtiiro of a com promise ft was not just such a bill as lie thoMght Congress ought to pass was not Much a bill perhaps as any member of House would like to pass If ho wero pro a measure to state his convictions It was a bill that would answer the de tninds of tho country that would answer tho demands of tho minor that woukUinswur the demands of tho agricul turists laborers and buslknas men of tho country Tho gentleman from Missouri Bland would tell the House that tho bill deruonoUzcfl silver It did nothing of the kind On tho contrary tho whole tenor of tho bill silver Additional cir culation had boon demanded Tho bill would give tho country at tho present price ofsilver an Increase of tv year It silver went up to parity with it would give an Increase of Tho lust section of tho bill now tied up for the redemption of bank notes making atotal Increase of circulation in tho next twelve months of j Williams Inquired whether the gen tleman In his calculation did not assume that silver would reach a parity with gold Conger replied whether It did or not tho Increase would benearly the amount At any rate it would fall short of that only about Was the gentleman from Missouri Bland willing to stand here and vote against a measure which would give the autVoilug people oC the Westan addi tional circulation of this Isirgo amount Ho wanted the Democratic piuty to tolltho country whether It was unwilling to refuse to support a bill that would give the people large measure of relief This was a Kcuublloan measure Tho ponding measure liacT been agreed upon by Republicans only it In tho Honato by Repub lican votes only that might pass hero by Ttopublloan votes only It would then go whore ib would bo signed by a Republican President and thence It would go to tho ntiy That would glvo such a Itepubli endorsement that many gentlemen1 on he other side would not bo hero to vote In Jtlio next Congress Tho work of tho House liud boon moving the country rapidly to wards the establishment of a pavlty bo silver and gold When Congress mot silvor was ninetytwo cents an ounce Yos It sold for Since It had been announced that tho conference had agreed upon a bill silvor had gone up moro than throe cents ounce ap P Outclieon regarded tho conference bill as avast improvement over tho mon KDroslty sent hero by tho Senate which pro nosed to tho United States mint a dumpingground for all tho silver ot the world for the bonollt of speculation It was also pn improvement ovor the bill as orig inally passed Hy the House It would glvo tho country an additional currency of metal and paTunfor the uses of business Herman Oregon said he favored the bill Although it did not contain the fullest recognition of tho equality of gold ana sil ver as a money metal it was a concession on of the question and was a victory for thepopular demand It was a lone stop towards free coinage He had no doubt after tljio fall elections would bo stroQg representation hero on tho lino of free coinage and free silvor He con gratulated tho people ho represented that such an advance bad been mado In estao iishing an equality between the great money metals of the world Bland concurred with tho gentlo man In hoping that the next House would be a free coinage House but that House would be ooTiiposed of those who udvcptttea free coinage and stood by their colors It would not bo composed of the Kepubllcau pavty which by gusrulo hml votqd down Eid stifled froo coinage If free coinage tamo at all It would that pavty irMeh stood firm to the Hag of froo coinage fnwlShacl not surrendered its princl p es at tho beck of Wall street Ho denied that thoblll wns the result of a free and Sir conference It was the result of a meeting of tho Kepublioan conferees He as a had known nothing of the inoUnrountll it hadbeen framed and the ruDOrt ready to bo signed The Democratic members had boon Jjfnorodln tho propara Xi of the ISMI The bill was one which naetlcally demonetized silvor It a niilnlno Pill On ilrst reading it seemed that the Secretary was to pur rhase ounces every month but wuonanVnh rolled tho around in his nouh ho began to tasto the blttoshess of or so much thereof as maybe Thorocould in this measure a Italian hand The hi surrendered every principle of blniotiuHsm It surrendered freeooln L made a combination with ion sDflbnlators of Wall Struct In the In toiestof Street It departed fromvtno changed that ratio fromsix to twentyto one To change the ratio Avustopllo up so much So Treasury at the expense of the poop o nnd iKhointerest of Wall the bullion denounced it as a fraud a d a tho people who ana j ono The bill made H commodity to be measured which money shall be Issued ViJue was titu iv srnaiiincrease In tho make it by Wll silver bill nor but simply a emergency Ho denounced ifc as a fiaud ttnd would denounce any measure ais a fraud that not provide for free coinage When bill that has his name was passed ho Bland had fallen into a trap Erery silver representative then folt lidont that the nextPresident would slin a free coinage bill He would refer to hlsitory those members now willing to acceptthis report as leading to free coinage Nowjwas thotime to make the iight If the confer ence report was rejected another conference would be hold and the objectionable foa turesof tho report stricken out and phat WHS what he had undertaken to do Morrow expressed approval of i tho coriloreiico report and proceeded to aiguo that the depression In the price of silver in recent years resulted from artltlcial jujinlpiilation i In the course of debate Townsend said lie and some other Republicans had voted for free coinage tho gentlemen on tlie other side hadslood solid a free coin age bill would have passed the House Then they had recognized that the only way to got silvor legislation at tills session wais to go hack to the Republican party where they had always belonged and get It from party i Tho conference report was finally agrcqa to by a strict party 122 nayu 00 follows YEAS Adiims Flood Jnuik Atkinson WVjGwt Gilford Hakur IJiinks JJurtiiic Perkins i Poters Jlckler Post Qiiuckcnbuiiih Ktunes j fiVuovr Ki do JltMitierson HIlss IJowdcn Hrowiir Biowcr HtiLLon well dilution Carter Clicudlo JOKfiWOII Jlill Mitt Hopkins 11 on k Kclloy Kimscsy Lnooy La Laidlnw LllWK Rockwell Kowcll Busscii Sciiill Simonds Smith v Smith W Snider Spooner Stovonsou Stowart Stivers Stockbridgo tlouistocjk CJongur Couuiill CJutuhcoit Dililine ton Drtiigloy Uollivor Diiiincll Farquhiir Tuyior 32 Taylor J B Taylor Thoinivs Thompson Townsend Cnl TownscnU Viuidover Viui Schaick Wnlkor Vullnco ONoill Ohio Oslxirno Wilson Ky Wilson Wash Wright 122 jVuConnick Mollll Alorny Muckl y riiich am Owous NAYS Abbott AlliMi Dockory A utlursoii Kiuikhoiul Harwlg IJlunrl Uotitnor lirooklnrUlgo Urcokirirulgo Klllott El Us JO n loo Forney Goodnight Uoiuil lleiniiliill IlLookalilro Ifolinan 1 Looker Korr JUtllock Lanharn JJynuin Liuvlcr Gatuller Los tor GutoliinKS Ghlpniiui Milltin Gliuioy Milltin Tox1 Clunlo MuAtloo Coopor MuClamray Omno Oulbertson MoCLoMnn McMillan SIoGrctiry Jilutohlor TSurton Oatos OKoall ONeil Owens Parrott Pay Pool Pierco 1riuo Qiunn liollly Robertson Eognrs i liusk Savers Shivoly Stewart Stockdalo S to no Stone Tillrnan Tmcey Yo uablo Whcclor WhUthorn Wiko AVilcox Williams ivulHon iNurion Fifty pairs wero announced The follow ing members wore absent and not paired BlanchfUd J tt Brown Oiark Covort fowler Leo r McCarthy Phclan Stiihlneckor Splnola Taylor Vaux arid Wilkinson Tho bill now goes to the President for his signature Adjourned SHIPPING BintiS PASSED Democrats Oppose Aid to tho Mer chant Marine WASHINGTON July tho Senate the remonstrance of tho Board of trade of Jackson against the Federal Election bill was presented by Harris The Senate resumed consideration of the two shipping bills Vest said ho would like the Senator from Maine Tryc to explain how it was that at a time when the United Statos was without a dollar of subsidies when the country was undeveloped and had just emerged from the colonial condition It luid grappled with Great Britain and came noar wresting tho control of tho ocean carrying trade Ho quoted from a speech of Daniel Webster to tho effect that tho success of tho American merchant marine had not oomo from protection or bounty bub from skill perseverance and economy Ho showed that former subsidies had ended In f allure and scandal and sum mod up tho whole question by reading an extract from a speech of Koprosentative Gannon showing tho expenditure of over in subsidies between ISJS and 1S7S and assorting would buy nil tho American He alluded to the Interpolation in tho British Parlia ment as to tho McKinleyblll and said as soon as England found she could dispense with American products she would do so andr yet ho said all that American states manshlp aimed at was to put up duties againstGreat Britain Ho predictedthe subsidies won Id never bring a dollar of for eign commerce to the country They would enrich tho men who got the contracts and there would bo a repetition of the old scan dals that had at tho expenditure of in an expenditure which had loft the country today with her shipping absolutely dead Stewart gavo it us that1 the plan proposed in tho ponding bills was the only mode of reviving tho oceancarrying trade of the United States and that free ships vould simply destroy American ship building yards without affording any relief George opposed the bills an amendment providing that the total charges to any vessel sailing between any American port and foreign ports shouldin no case exceed tho sum paid vessels for tho same class and tonnago bo twoen such foreign ports and tho American port thereto nays A party Teller oQered providing ill at no vessel bo entitled to payment uudoir the makes any discrimination be tween or gives unequal facilities to com petltivo transportation Alines In receiving or forwarding freight or baggage at any Amer ican port Or ati any foreign port A vote was then taken on the Offered yesterday by Vest providingfree ships for the foreign not for tho lake or coast trade 18 nays strict party Vote Tho bill was then passed nays IS The only exception to a striob party vote was that of Payne voting with theKopubllcans for the bill and tminds and Shimb voting with tho oratsagalnst A vote was then taken on the Subsidy blll andit nays votliig aye Edmunds Plumb i OnvjnotJon of Morilll the Tatltt was takenup tbe r Paper Isstill7re f li as beeiniapi pointedpresi thoboard of diroctbrs of the National PEACE REIGNS IN EUROPE The Rulers Will Confer claringWar GERMANY NEEDS THE AMERICAN HOG Petition to the Ministry for Free Talks Too The StanleyTennant Wedding General BERLIN June Copyrighted by New York Associated Emperor William on arriving Thursday sent a dispatch to Chancellor Oaprivl announcing his inten tion to shorten his yoy ago ana return to Kiel July 21st The gravity of the situa tion In the Balkans and the increased pros 1 poets of trouble with tho FrancoEnglish agreement makes necessary the Emperors presence and keeps both tho Chancellor and Minister Migiielf rom taking a holiday Although the prospects of the permanent peace of Europe begins to appear doubt ful official confidence remains It Ja oven that the abdication of Prince Ferdinand with the consequent revolution in Bulgaria will not be allowed to involve an immediate European war Tho according to the official view is certain until after a confer once with Emperor William and tho Czar when tho resources ot Diplomacy will be ex haustod in a flnal effort toharmonize the Austrian and relations in tho Balktho peninsula Tho Berliner Taacblatt has a telegram from Rome which piu1 ports to give informa tion drawn from Prluio Minister Crispl In thlsi it is assorted thatthe advisors are considering tho tlnio opportune to insist upon war The chiefs of tho dreibund the telegram adds will make united efforts to maintain peace H Pholps American Minister has re ceived a copy oi a petition which hiis boon sent to Chancellor Von Oaprivl and which bears tho signatures of Various steamship companies and leading firms and corpora tions Tho petitioners ask for tho roscind Ing of the prohibition American pork They urge that Germany cannot pro duco enough pork to supply hor own vants Tho price of pork has risen so that poor people cannot buy T The whole sale price of Geruian is IJiO marks per 100 bacon ahdcau be sold muirks The pork from boiring States although bringing high prices Is not as good as the American cle When prohlbitlpn was eii acted there wns no official examination of pork in Amer whereas States Gpvprnment is now ready to make whajtevpriuspection Germany may When American pork allowed to enter the country of illiicss was ever add ucod to itsuse the Anaerican dlispocfclbn be insafficieht thuro could bo ononiade in Germany as rJPhe official anger againstPri nee Bismarck hoightenedsince the report of tin1 inter view which appeared In tho Frankfort Journal Even hisfriends admit that ho IKIU beon indiscreet in therolation of Iciiow ledgo obtained by Jilm whilein MHS TO iiAiiny A jrARQtris IiONiioN July pTiinJUNis Sau Francisco Chronicle do Llenvillo isa happy man tonight as ho ought to bo for he isabout to wed one of Americas brightest ladies Mrs Frank of Now York City The following application for a special license appears on on the books of tho Victoria street registry today Olliveiy Marquis do LtonvJllo aged 48 years resident No 98 Victoria street to Mrs Frank Lpsjic resident at Grosvouor The wocldlng was to havo taken In St Georges Hanover Square tomorrow but it lias been postponed for a few days THE STANLEYTENNANT WEDDING LONDON July Associated This marriage of Henry M Stanley and Miss Tonhant took place at Westnilnster Abbey thisafternoon The ceremony was porformod by Doari Bradley Archbishop Farrau and Lord Bishop Carpenter of Eipon A largo orpwd gatherod about the Abboy and loudly cheered Stanley aud Miss Toanaut on their arrival Stanley entered tho Abbey at He walked erect up the no signs of aiid took it seatnear tho altar Count Darpcho a representative of King Belgium and thogrooms best man Mr Myers of Mias Tonnant and Dr Parke Mr Captain Nelsonand Stairs and Bonny who were witlr Stanley on his last grouped around Stanley lUvo miiuitos later Miss Tennant aocom paniod by Charles CoorubO Tennant entered theAbbey and walked with statoly grace along tlib Her train was bornp by two of her nephews dressed as tho tinic of The brldosmaias Myers tho brides and Miss of whom aro The brides costume waj a petticoat and long court train of satin corded silk arid bod loo of white mod with The front of wore em broidered with white silk aiidpe arlsdnd tho odgo of thp petticoat was trimmed with a orangoVblosspms The bodice was setoff with dollar ombrolclorod with foarls Atulle fasnoued on the vh air with diamond stars and this was by a wreath Of orange blossoms Her shops were of silver leather with diamond buckles her neck was a superb necklace tho gift of Sir William Maukinnon Chief of the English EastAfrica andfrom whSbh depend set miniaturexof tho Qupou presented HliViHec Majesty as a ding gift Miss Ten narit also wore a diamond gifts of moving towards the bride stopppfi walked f to tlio tablet under which of Li placed awroathpf in tho center whiohwas searleliletter resuming hoc she walked tothe altar ohooks to jthe sorvlces began r ho repeated was clear and altered1 asisho repeated the words siekriess and in v After the services the party proceeded the action year arid declares that it as surcs the Lyons over Italian and other rivals A HOXKYMOOX SPOILED The Bride Goes to Jail and the Groom CnESTER Jiily Dis Francisco Hugh McGechaii arid IforaBreifieribaugh young people of thiscity mado uptheir miridK to gco and after considerable a mar riage license they got the knottied local Aldsnnaiu To celebrate tho evcu they procured a team took a drive After an hours drive tho ex cused himself for a moment telling his bride to remainin carriage until ho ro turnod During his the newmade bride came along andas the bridegroom was laggard in re to get into tho carriage and take a drive Tlie bridegroom appeared shortly after they had departed and was furious at tho allairs Notiindiiig thocouplo after boforo a locttl Squire and for horse stealing his vljrldo conceal fact of arriage fickleyoung woiniin was arrbstcd later not withstanding her explanation spent the hitcht In the station liousb Today it was chock the bride groom had given lnpayment riage fee was worthless1 and a wanant Is now out for his arrest He has disap peared A MONTB AT THE NATIONAL CAPITAL THE PLAN DEVISJCP A COMSTOCK ENGINEER Ho Proposes to Kaiso aiSliaft and Knn TripleDecked Cages to thoSummit of the LONDON July Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle civil nUnins engineer who once worked onthe Oomstock in Nevada has nndertaken a schemeof transoortlng tourists to of Mt Blanc by elevator Is one of tho most startling lit firstsight been brought before the years and yet simplicity and obviousness are the wonder is it has not long pat into actual operation The and possibly the most interesting view in thn world is that from the summit of lilt Blanc but the number privileged to gaze view in any one year be counted be on only by who first aro vigorous and second of Vthe froiii Chamourii etiginoers down last propared with even vof allltlietinachinery and apparatus requisiteto led livtliriflrstiiistance to siibject with the and ti eavi i ni aridLady idea raised1 leyeJ tho suminib of Mt would bo capable of transporting several thousand people axlay The shaft needs by sinking1 from its1 mouth downward It can be expeditipiisly and conveniently raised from its to tho mouth Blanc is to be composed of t in six carry a i threestory tripledecked elayator equipped safety clutches raisedby a miuingJlat steel wiie or ribbon rope winding on friction geared drums The total section of vthe ex cavatioh would thus be SpxlG f 53 cubic y arcls per foot of Each cage would carry 27 passengers to each trip would be cut out at giving access to the surface of These points would be selected with refer ence to tho qualities viows they command v The exact depth of the shaft can bo de tcrmined only by an Tho ascent consid erjible distance from aiiauiourii would be roost comrijbdiously and oeononiicalJy performed a niountaih railway The shaft would of be but inclined at a bedetorminecV after a survey the or poro propeily cars would horixontak i The government of Oantbn eralgdvciwiient of the will iiot be for any grant of land in foesimple but for an casement in The raihviay fromOhambunl to the moutli or base of the shaft will be constructed agrep ably to the adbptediailway policy of republic by wliich the government a partner share in the The cables arid machinery will manufactured ih England The engine to bo built after plans that have beon long once at the Comstbckiminesr Tho will hot brought forward publicly luntil the plans have at semi biHciar of Several engineers resident In and Berli n who h aye visited the Opmstpck mines past cordially ehdorse entire foasibility of theproject t MANIACS The Fearful Experience of ai Kait f July rie I passeiigers thundered Ohlcago and Northwestern through express north of this today were shut barbljr te keep tlie rppi En Status of Legislation Concerning Dtah and the Far West HARBISON COMMUTES A UTAH SENTENCE GeaieralMcCoolcs Nomination Con to Be Scut Back Union Reoommencla New Treasury Assistant Appointed LAKE TKIBUNB BUKEATJ 517 Fourteenth Street V WASHINGTON D July 12 1SOO With the passage of the Silver bill the admission of Idaho and and the heavy fight over dutiable lead ore prac tically ended tho fouivgrcat subjects of far Western interest will be disposed of Tho several matters of peculiar local interest to Utah are all on the calendar These are the Salt Luke Public Building bill passed by the Senate amended by the House Com mittee and on the House calendar the Ed munds Territorial Apportionment bill and the new TestOath bill both on the Sen ate calendar The prospects for the considera tion of these bills cannotbe definitely stated If all business is not blocked by filibustering in Senate over tho Federal Election bill Mr is likely to have his bill and will possibly consent to amend It by adding the test oath as a rider All public building are hung up in tho House until after the appropriations arc disposed of This is Speaker Reeds plan to keep down tho ap propriations which already foot up the monumental total of Cn IN AMEN ORD1DKED BACK WAsmxriTON July 3 Associated Secretary Tichonor today directed the deportation to China at Gov ernment expense ot twentyfour Chinamen recently convicted at Tucson of hav ing illegally entered thoUnited States Mexico TO EXPEDITE PENSION CLAIMS The House Committee on Appropriations repotted to tho House theurgent bill mak ing gross appropriations to defray the expense of employing 4CiJ additional clerks for tho Pension Bureau 163 in tho Record and Pension Department and ten in the Land Auditors office The object is to provide a speedy adjudication of claims to be filed under the Dependent Pension act ColonelAlex McD McCook Sixth Infantry General Postm Atchtsou Wardner Lewis 0 California V A AS UHV ASSISTANT Nettleton ofMinnesota has been selected Assistant Secretary of the Treasury visions of the Legis latlve Judicial and Executive Appropria increasing thonxiinbor to three dm i nation will probably bovsent to the Senate Monday The vacancy caused transferof Secretary Tichonorto the Board of CustomsApprais ers will probably bo filled by the ment Agent Spalding but no ac tion will be after the Seriate lias acted uponColonel Tichenors lr A UTAH SlilNTBNCE COMAtUTBD President has to eight months actual imprisonment the sentence in the case of Byroii W Brown convicted in Utah of perjury THE MONET ATIY UNION The President senfcto Congress with recommendation of prompt ap proval of i ts suggestions a 1 otter f rom Blaine embodying the action of tho late International American Conference on the subject of a monetary union In this it is recommended that a commission of one delegate from each nation meet at Wash ington on tho first Wednesday in January next to arrange a basis for the issue of coins current inall the nations repre sented therein The Presidents message says accompanying of State Blame has quoted from the report of the International American Conference on the Their recommendations were in substance that a basis an international coin or coins beissued uniform in weight which be usedin all the countries represented inithc conference It Avas fiirthbr recommended thatthere shall meet in Washington within a year a com mission delegates from each to consider the quantity of v currency shalllhave and value and proportion of the international silver coin or coins and their relations to gold Secre taryBlame in closing the Conference hoped theTineoting would1 be thelcl oh the first AVednesday next that three delegates be appointed on the part of and tion be the DUFFYS COMPJLAINT He Sold His Xte Didiitt Ke NEW July Dispatch Francisco Chromcle Alderman against Joh n Keen iin Wh o fftte j ust returned the balance of cwims beenpjjomisedithis tiiig a ch ar torto th e w jay rail in the hasteatifjfjdagainstsevcratbf his wliile othei1 danger frightened 11 the floor The which the of of the luiiatic h mbnvent u siJiitivpuliBdt curtain 11 i sedy and sev qralpe i sonsjsittin g s Francisco DIS aro vented time Miss Cullan vent to Mississippi The Mnvor followed her they woro married it bsaid by a Justice of the Peace in Orloans The Chicago story is undoubtedly More sensational developments are looked for The Mayor has lived with wife No 1 since last August apparently on amicable terms PANAMERICAN Ground Broken for the Line From North to South America July first practical step towards the great panAmer ican railway from North to South America has beeii taken hero when ground was broken for the Corpus Christ and South American Railway fifty miles and extends from Corpus Christi to this city The Rio Grande is to be bridged from here to Miitomoras and the lino extended first to the City of Mexico over a route several hundred miles shorter from Louis Chi cago or New York than any existing line From Mexico City it continues south to the Guatemalan line and beyond Theodore Tiltous Distinction KINGSTON Tuly Francisco Clientele Richard T Walker Grand Master Mason of Ontario has just returned from England He attended the installment of tho Anglo American Lodse and witnessed cere mony which put Theodore Tilton late ol Brooklyn in the chair Tt was a remarkable occasion as It was the first time an Ameri can was mado master of an English lodge HIGH JINKS IK IDAHO THE MORMONS STEAT MSTS AND OATHS They Defy tho Irtvw Aio Golne to Run Texas War Crimes MONTPELIER Idaho July to THE Kinnostry a registra tion ofllcer was arrested and examined be fore Court Commissioner Underwood upon a charge of unlawfully registering James E Hart a notorious Mormon church member Investigation diselosed tho fact that the Mormons had stolen the register and all tho election oaths taken in this and several other precincts In tho county and for that reason tho defendant was discharged for want of proof Kinnestry will bo rearrested and tho persons stealing tho records will also be arrested David Osborne first counsellor to the bishop of this place and election judge at the last arrested by Deputy Marshal Gorton on si bench warrant issued upon an indictmentcharging him with unlawful votingat the last election Osborne has been1 a leading church moiabor years lie registered aud voted at tho last election and now holds tho office of justice of the peace This is a Gentile precinct and the stolen register is the one required by be deliveredto tho new registration agent for correction andits was for tho onrposo of de stroying evidence against and attho same timeInterfere with tho of tills precinct Janics for the Mormons all these cases appeared for Ken v The Mormons arc already preparing to control the next election in this county and will vote regardless of the lav of the The disappearance of these records shows that the Mormons will resort to every subterfuge to evade the law Evidence points strongly to one of the election judges as the person taking tho register WITH HIS PARTNERS WHTE N July J Stock traveling agent for tho proprietors of the Watertown Lubricating Oil company has run away to California with Mrs James W Wood wife of a former partner who was Eng landin the interest of concern Wood left a poweroCattorncy with liis wife who sold out his interest in tho business and with this money and some that she received sale ofa house belonging to her has gone away with Stock The man took one child and left three for his wife The woman took her three children END OEVTinfr TEXAS FIGHT Kr PASO July Dis vFrancisco Chronicle The Ysletaterminated in apeaceful surrender at daylight to the Sheriffs posse Gaal Avlio resisted arrest cannot be found inen were arrested and brought here to the cbunty turns out that only oneman is killed a Mayor posse to arrest Gaal slight wound in Twentytwo Winch estersand pistols were hers because no Ysleta merchant was willing to store No farther trouble isanticipated by the sheriffs TRAINT ROBBERS A FORTUNE JAMESTOWN NVD July the night of June Tth last a Northern Pacific train was boarded near New Salfem N by two masked menovho terrorized the trainmen several pouches of One was afterwardscaptured The postal au thorities probably know by the published esti niatebf the amount the rudestVKUAM the robbers with postal Inspecfers have searched the ground where they caught the robber Thcy j found inborn pieces a largo amounts ofciirrqncy including one bill of mutilated A1 whole was not securely tied coyotes had torn and separated scattered the inspector wlil not disclose but itruns into the thou A BLUSTERING RAGE Sullivan Threatens to Carry a Gun for Mnldoons Benefit JACK DEMPSEYS SERIES OF BL01TS Salvator Wins the Momnoxith Cup Race im a Xrcarlinp Colt Standing or tlie Clubs July Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Dempsey the middleweight arrived in towa this morning A reporter asked Klin how he and Tho Marine were getting along Not getting along was tho sen tentious reply I have offered to fight him for 55000 if ho lasts and should ho wiu the whole amount to bo taken by him I want nothing if 1 get tho worst of it Even if 1 won I proposed to take only I cant get him to fight How about the challenge of Jack Burko to fight you for S2500 before the Pelican Cinb of London It would bo impossible rao to meet him just now on account of family af fairs but I will toss again to see whether ho will fight me hero oxin the Old Country later on for from SJ5000 upward How about weight I gave Burke nineteen the last time I fought him and stopped him in the ninth round Ill give him any weight ho wants Candidly I dont think Burko Is a finish fighter lie may iignt a hard ten rounds but after that ho peters SOTniVAIf INA PASSIOK BOSTON July L Sullivan wai this afternoon shown Mnkloons openletter reflecting on his courage and character and there was a protty hot row Tho big follow ilmig the paper down his hand striking tho table with a force enough to chip a largo splinter off tho hard pine a moment he was silent and then his mouth opened and a torrent of abuse poured from it Thatsnako iu the yelled John has hounder me without reason weeks He is a snivelling snipe a viper a Scoundrel n blackguard He calls me a Why his letter proves him a liar of the deepest dye When he says he didnt write a Ibtter to the Southern authorities he is a prOyen liiir for I saw the letter witlimy own eyes As for his contemptible ollpr to1 match Kil rain against me igain T havealready re fused to meet that little sneak Mul doon can S2500 in cash i might be tempted to essay the askedhim to train me for Jackson is only a plainv simple He practically like all ofhisi has snid nothing about a duel with pistols but ho believes the better than the Ill meet that followin New York in a few days and thing has said about IWciin also niako up hiw mind thatwhen we do meet ho will find that t know abouc shooting as well as ho When I do see him Ill have a gun in my pocket as well The Races YOKK July ITKIBUNE Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle men and lovers of racing heard with sur prise yesterday that August Belmonthad decided to sell his stable and retire perma nently from the turf The rumor while not entirely correct had only too much founda tion In fact Mr continuance ot the famous maroon and red depends now upon a contingency If detective skill can rid the turf of the forger who brought a grievous wrong upon Behnont and ceeded in perpetrating thoKgreatcst fraud of the then tho silk of stable may be sported again It not tha jjresent meeting at Monmouth his turf ca reer will close Indeed itis only of the earnest solicitation on the part of Messrs D D Withers tho Dwycv and others that he yesterday was deterred from a resolution to bid a farewell then and there to a sport In which he had enjoyed many brilliant triumphs The gravest tprf scandal of many years lies hvtheforgerybjr which Fides was falsely started and ously hurt and It has been a great shock to Belmont Fides will be taken to farra in Kentucky next arid go Raccland The latter lame from tho Suburban rnay nover be a starter acaln certainly riot this at any rate NEARLY BOOKMAKERS The bookmakers at Long Island CJity camo near losing Ibereceiveu a telegram that the horse Vert had on which they had given odds of to and v were preparing to pay the pooltickets when suspicion was aroused by tha sudden pre Sentation of tickets calling for S2800 by young man refused to pay the tickets and discovered later that the wires had been tapped The young was urgent in his demands for wfcen told that it had been disjcovcreo tJiat the wires were tapped was connected with a plot to get the better of tlie spite a heavy the tearing the remains of GeneraLiisk reached a citizens were present to Prohibition Glub and out also Vrepref Grove Jali setiyices erehelVl be hold ciated Threefourtlis of a Blue Rock won Stately third Time July stakes twoyearolds Of a Bolers won NellieBly Hoc kon Time Monmouth cup railC aiud Salvator wal sh e courseV the Mile Eurus ton second Cynosure Maiden twby earpi furlongfir Flavila won West Chester second Tarmoll third Tinic Threeyearolds nd quarters of a Bradford won iArab v second Raymoud tii 1 14 Elberson stakes seCin Niagara woa Pagan second Fiveeighths a Aaveiiture seobnd Mileanda evity Winning i Homer S clkss in the iou of ;