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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah THE MOST EXTENSIVE In the lloclcy Mountain K CIRCULATION EXCEEDING In tlie City Combined VOL XXXIXKO SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY MOElsrI2sG3 JULY 26 1890 PRICE FIVE IT IS A SILENT MAJORITY The Tariff Debate Confined to the DemocraticSide VANCE MAKES With a Few Side Remarks For tho Democratic hotter AH a FiCO Trade Irrigation Debate in the House July the United fts Senate Blair prosentod a memorial from tho of the Grand Army expressing action of Con Kress in ullowlnx a pension agonl feo of S10 In rwh casiti under tin dependent pension furl and the circular of a offering If active rnon In different half tlie tec In all crises sent to liirn Ho stiUI m fsoiicurrcd memorial in iM of thtiir Coccril predated a from ot Louis tlie paHsago by tho Seriate of torteral Election bill stating tho masses of tho pooplo wore so Iaxed ononnity of ttm outragu on the sanclty of tho ballot thub they had notyofc fdrnnilaod words in crjudeinnation of it Another agalnsc tho bill was yjidrtciitfri from Adrian Mtch Tho House bill on that subject on motion of liofu1 was roforcrd to ttio Committee on Privileges and ElcoMcuifi ollorcd a resolution inslrucfcing Uii Com irittoo on Printing to report whullior any ubusei exist In printing rnattct1 in CfwjnxHinuiil llwrd thnt ougiil not to bo therein and to report such a bill or us will iliult such printing to thu acMial procoedlrus 1 both houses Also whuthur it Is oxpedlent to edit the debates of Congress by tlii omission of such parts us aw immaterial and of such papers as aro printed as public dooumentS rusol i ion to Hurno discussion but wus inally roforrod to Cojiinlttee ou Morrill rnovod to procoed to consideration tlusTurilVblll Gray tho motion with one to resume consideration of Uio Mouse bill to tJie reveuiio murlno sorvkc to Uio Tho latter motion to Tho amoridinont was adopieo ox iio application of tin bill to the lid soivioo OuiMcrult bud not concluded his remarks on Mariro bill at I oclock wlujn tho Tiirllbill up us unfinished business Oi motiou o Aldrloh il WHS that a of thu bill bo wiro Vanoo proceudod to iwtdroMs tho Soi lite Hoshowjd tluifc tlio result ofMio Ijlli by to reduce tho rovemio loan oxteiit bub not to ruduoo tho taxes What tin pooplo tinsrodwus a oommoi sunso ro in rovtinuo and a ruKot from tho paynionfc of taxoi The Mo Ivrliy bill was an outnigo On human pa otoncd and an insult to tho JntolHfoncy of It did nofc roduoo tho revenue In MID sonso ol1 taxation uor cqual tlio iliitlus on Imports On the oon travv It inoiusiiaod taxation and made tho luMea moro unuciual by imposing heavier burdens on thu poor than on the vloli arid by 80 tho tax on tho of life as to shock thu moral souse of ovory just Viuico wonh ou to arraign tho party for the evils whloh he claimed pro tootlon brought uporx tho country Ho iniotol from Ulalnos letter to Fry andsaid tho uiiiul Jliaicabio wisdom of what that cJIs UuKiiished man had said Illustrated tho wisdom of what ho hud left unsaid If it wnti Important to uxtond American trade to Otintral and South America it could not bo jinUnportaut 10 extend it to tho European eoutlnoib which In wealth and population was tii times sroator It froo trade with tho poodle of tho races woro desirable and profUablp no reasoning show that u litMo free trado with tho people of Teu tonic blood was not dosirable and prolltable lhimb said that before proceedinRS to a consideration of tho bill by paragraphs ho would Hlco to know what tho Finance Com mittee beloved would bo tho olleot of tho bill on tho rovonuo Mclliorson said tho almost unansworablo spooohos of tho Senators from Indiana and North Carolina Voorhoos and Vauoe seotnocl to preoUido tho necessity of any further defense of the Democratic position and now tho Senator from Kansas in tho simplicity of nature Inquired from his own committee for some Informa tion on tho bill Did not the honorable Senator know that for the past three or four days the newspapers had been full of re ports that it bad been resolved not only by tho Kinanco Committee hut by tho Repub lican eiiucus also not to attempt any k fonso of pending If the bill could not bo defended It could not lio passed He thorrforo iu order to expedite business would move that the ponding bill bo re committed to the Commiitoo on Finance with Instructions to report at tho earliest possible moment i bill to reduce the rov t onue and Lim duties on imports on i basis that tho average rate of duty should iot oxceod tho avorasro ctd valorem war tariff ato of McPherson then launched out In a review of tho lari 11 question in general arid tho ponding bill in particular Ho undertook to show that neither tho farmer nor thecon sumor would bo benefited by it IToJO ferred to tlH campaign of 18SS as ono In immeusosuijus of money had boon oorruptlv levied corruptly used hi bo half of tho Ropublican ticket Tliat incinoy liiul boon raltsod ho said among tho bone liciaries Cbiet among them was a of who had slnuo boon rewarded with a seat in the Cabinet as a price of Sherman erlticLsod McDicrson s remarks as to reducing the average rate pending bill to tho average rate existing In 1 ir4 and explained that an average of was made upon all goods then dutiable and not mure than 10 or per cent of the Imported goods would bo on tho free list and If the average rate of duty were ascertained on goods du tiablo and uudutlable It would bo nut W per cent or UO per cent hut ouly 47 or IS 1 per cent Plumb complained that no detailed state ment had been madfc as 10 the elVect that won Id follow the passage of the If there should bo a deficit within the next olchtoen months it would be a pretty serious matter lie thought the Senate to err on the side of a deficit Going enumerate thoexpenditures for the next fiscal year he gave It as his opinion that the Dependent Pension bill within two years would bo costing tho peopX Pliutib went on to speak of the necessary expenditure of the Government and referred to thO there being next year a deficit of nearly fifty millions That would bavo to be mado up by new taxes and he asked who was Interested ia producing that state of things He thought in reporting the bill thismatter had been overJooked It seemed to as If somebody Interested in tho had Wodo not Vcarowhat the effectotrtho that is not oiu couoi in Congiess got to rnlnd that ro want a pound of fltish He gave notice that he would otler an atnend rnout to tho bill to increase the levonne otlier qouioos lie would never vote for a bill ythat ho thought would De a cowaidly evasion of the duty Imposed upon tho Senate to provide adequate means to rncfsfc the expenses of tho Government He would propose a duty on incomes ho would propose an increased tax on alcoholic liquors and he Avonld propose an amend ment that would prevent tho formation or mists Allison tlofonded the Senate from charges ot extravagance in tho matter of appropri tion hills Aldrtch expressed tho opinion that Mc was not serious in his oration and roifiarkfid thai If it canrod out into a olToct would bi to increase tho rcvflinio by ovor Si ovor tho amount would be produced by tho pending hill Gorman asked Aid rich to give tho Senate a frank and fair as to tho prub iibki results of tno bill if enacted Into a i Aldrlch said that If the importations fur llni next llscal year wero tho same as the revonuo would bo reduced about Ilo could riot give figures as to expcttu turns Thoy did not intend to ereatt a duJicit knowingly and jnirposely and did not hollovo thai would tio the re sult After some further discussion and with out action ou flicLhorsons motion which Is ponding the Senate adjourned SHADOWED HERLADYSHIP liaey j Developments in Viscount Dimlos Divorce Trial COUNTESS PAPPENHEIMS TRIBULATIONS Ho UNO July Committee on Appropriations reported tlio Sundry Civil bill wltit tho Souato amondmont Avith i certain roeoinrnondations Tlio bill Avas sent to Committee of tho Whole Gannon moved thai tin House go into such committee for its consideration This was antagonized by the Democrats In tho In terest of the private calendar but pre yens 104 nays 8 A motion to ro oonslclor was tabled and the House accord ingly wont into Committee of tho Whole On demand of Itogors tho Senate amendments were read in ctLemo Tho reading consumed nioro than an hour A short discussion as to tho limit Avhioh should Le placed upon general debate Tho point iu dispute was tho Irrigation feature of the Sonata amondmont Brcckenridjyo and Payson contending that do should not bo limited at this time mJ Cannon and Bayers Texas agreeing that It Avas advisable that a liujl tatlon should bo provided On motion of Iaysou Avas agreed that general donate on ail portions of tho bill Uio irrigation amendments bo closed In thirty minutes and on those amendments a debate bo alloAved Turnpf N mado a brief speech in criticism of tho men who controlled the bus iness of iihe who had been slaughter ing rnoasuvos reported by the Committoo on Labor and refusing to fix time for consid eration Breokimidgo favored tho Sonata which provides for the repeal of the Jaw for tho selection and location of reservoirs andcanals upon public lands and reservations of irrigable lands Vandovor opposed tho Sonato amendment which ho asserted Avonlcl re dound interest of the great land spocukitoM Oiuuion opposed tho Senato amend ment It adopted it opened acrfis not only to homestead but to closortiand timber culture and pvopmption undjur which any could tako up acres of Ono aero of ths land upon which wator could bo ob tainud was loasi throe acres of lf ibAvure adopted all tho reservoirsites would bo opened under tho homestead prooiuptlon dcsorb land and tlmberculture laws Ponding further dobato tho commit too roso and tho House took a recess THK AND JIEIl FEMALE Sho Throo Husbands itnd Wants to lie Divorced Jrom AH Three of Bobbort No 3 July to Itansomo alias Astclloi the no torious English procuress who was so inti mately connected with Sir Charles Dilko and Lady Colin Campbell ami tho Hughes Hallolit eon oases years ago by virtue of which sho was compelled to leave England and the others wore forever bobbed up hero in a su4t against her husband charging him with throats to kill Fourteen years ago sho was married inLondon Sho shortly after wards dcsortod hothusband and rnarriod man named Kausomo In Birmingham A year afterwards sho loft hero and married Dr George South a son of tlio famous English veterinary surgeon and in neither instance did sho think it necessary to go through tho formalities of a divorce court was while living with 02 Cromwell Road near Deonos that she be came connected with those cases She came horoayoar ago and after securing pos session of all of Souths money about sho throw him ovor and ordered him hover to como noarher again Ho wont to his homo today after his possessions A row was tho result and sho had him ar rested for assault in conversation today A1that she was securing a divorce from all three of and would marry a gambler in Helena Mont She expected to go to Lon don in September do some work for some hightoned Sho will go by way of San Vriinclsco and Sidney whero she will visit three judges and tho Governor with all of whom 1 ara on A UPS AND Accumulates WcaHlr and Falls Into tho Hands oithe Police YoitK July 25 TRIBUNE Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Bishop former owner of bucket shops ItVthlscljy nucl well known throughout California ivnd tho Coast States was ar vested in this city yesterday Although he has lived for three years In elegant stylo just across tho Hudson the police had not boon able to sot their hands Bishop is about 55 years but looks much1 younger Ho has a dark brown dresses exceedingly well and is diamonded all over Originally ho was an end man and Juterlooutor iu a negro minstrel show and ronmrkablofor his cleverness in this Ho is tho author and musical com poser of Shoo Fly Dont Boddor and as a Svhiohmade Aimees reputation and also Leaf by Leaf the Kosos His success In this line aro luots and undeniable In 1ST 0 Bishop gave up tho stage wont to Boston and oueued a kind of In 1SS2 ho appeared in style Ho was ti frequenter of the opera and drove fast horses Another chapter in his history shows that ho tried tliospiritualistio dodge InlSTS Jiej Blsliop appeared ln Sari reduced circumstances ThbL pair gob up a Dories of seances aud made a lot of their deceptions working smalltowns In tho State One of tricks was to start nowspapei invariably called The t scooping a lot of tuid after u skip other soqaently OAIUO to New York and opfcned a bucket shop There aro seserni suits agmnstTiiim aggregating aud he issupposcd to bo worth more than that was euticed OAOI to this side byi false negotiations carried ou by the police through outsiders t An American Girl Is Snubbed But Her Gold Is Well Porte in a French Crop Foreign News LONDOX July Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Tho case of Viscount Dunlo the son of Lord Clan carty who sues his wife a handsome music hall singer nee Bilton was resumed today before Sir James Haimou Fames Balti more a nogro page boy testified that ho was forrnerlyin tho service of Ludy Dunlo and that he had soon corespondent AVortiheimer diuing with Lady Dunlo before sho went to the music hall Randall Clark a private inquiry agent sworo that according to instructions he had watched Lady Dunlo and seen her and together on many occasions at tho Cafi5 Itoyal in Rogonb street at tho Bristol Hotel and elsewhere On ono occa sion he saw them loave the Empire Music Hall together at oclock at night and drivo to the Hotel Constantinople whero thoy remained until 2 tin oclock On his witness said that ho had destroyed1 hisoriginal note book containing the memorandum of the occurrence because there were other cases In it told jury that the report produced was no oorruboration ol evidence bujithat original report would have been hart it boon brought into court Lord QlancaHy Vlscouut DnnlosVfathor then went into boy Ho swore that he had lioard of his sons marriage on July and that ho at onco Insisted on his sons goifltrto AustJulia Ho had ordered iuqulrjcs made rogardiiig Lady Dunlos habits and rnovoniouts dojiiod lihul he had jjiornlsod topay his sons debts on con dition that his SOLI would sign a petition of divorce against his wife Ho atLclod that he had never had an iiiterviow with Lady Dunlo although sho hud asked for ono appears that LordClanoiirtiy at once sot the well known crrminar lawyer Mr Lowls at work on tho case us soon us tlio marriage was announced 10 is also said on good aiitliofity tliaiiLordDiiiilo no desire to be dlvorood from hU wife whom ho lovos bin thai heIs eompollod to to his fathers 1MTSS KtjIJlsbBn OP DOWRY MUNICH July 25 Prince Bcgent of Bavaria has repeatedly refused to up on tho marriage of Poppohholm to Miss AVheclor of Philadelphia other a juesalliancc Therefore tho Count has icdud hishoroditary rights to hia younger brother Luchvig tlidughho has contracted to pay off tlio Upon the faintly property now uuci or public fid ministration by annually contributing marks from his wifes THU CHOP FAILURE PATHS July Associated Crops throughout tiho country excoptin a section oast ofthe boon de stroyed by incessant Official from the groatwheat district of La Blanc state that the crop is rotting Tho losses are francs Dealers In grain discount tho scarcity and th Jprioe of broad Is rising v Rlggs and Koltllnger Americans have been created Knights of the Legion of Honor for seryicos but nioro especially for tho work thoy did In connection with the French Exposition last yotu V TUT3 1OllTES DIUSMAtA July NelidoiT Rus sian Ambassador to presented a note from Russia to tho Porto declaring that tho granting by Turkey of the conces slon demanded by Bulgaria humiliate tho Sultan Tho Bulgarian demands tho note says are maneuvers to strengthen the tottering throne of Prince FOrdlnand and his illegal Furthermore the note says Bulgaria Is hostile to Russia and that the Portos principal ity would bo an unfriendly acttoward Rus sia and might leadto serious consequences Tho attitude of as displayed by the note seriously exorcises tho Porte A LONDON July 25 A band of cently mado a rdght attack upon the Mou tcnogrin village of surprising the maiiy of Tho Arnatus plnucJeredytho viliage andtbcu left Afterward theband was attacked1 by Turkish and in tho en sued fifty killod and many wounded THE JJBXEROTJM Tho News oilowinpr details of tho recent riot Oh June20th soldiery wore ordered to disperse Armenians who were holding a meeting in a church yard The soldiers began ore of the Armenians and tho Turkish pop ulace joined in tho attack The shops and housos of the Armenians wore pillaged Tho suck in Arabs were killed In tho recent tigliting Morocco ENTRANCE D BY THE WILD WEST An Irish Earls Mysteribiis Career in the NKW YOHK July San Richard1 Hoiipy BoyleVotherwise the Earl of Shannon for whom dotectiyes scour edthe whole Pa Coast from Mexico to is a most he loft his Ireland that he had any riever writing home Ho lyastheh a Two vears ago however rho bccaino Earl1 Shannon essen tial that the young should be found 6r proven dead might take the title andcstatcs which are worth SiOO OOOa ovor to iindiAthat theiwayward Earl whoso long silencewasuccbuntecl for by ig of the i1 then elder brother of doing thisVnie tropolis In Tconipaijy other kindred spirits his Man itoba and engaged delectable pursuit of manlike are upon of out He howoo went soutjli and btill though iGportb could not find a liaco Jf him He got seemingly au thor Itive v as In Alaska had his dead body he had gone gold finding Iu suggested that ho was on an orange farm in Southern California Henry became dispirited in the came to tlt Ills brother uuiit bo dead and JMVO up tho soarh and to the cicy WlKit WHS his sur prise few days ago 10 reecivo a telo irram from his In Idaho suying tlat he wjus well and had a grcnt and would be on to New York in a few days to assumo tho tkleof Earl of awl go buck that tho family might have a chance to kill the fattedcalf No further word was received by Die once more hopeful brother who began to think this was a another cruel joke but sure five flays Richard put in an appearance and together the brothers sailed on Wednesday There appears to be a mysteryabout Lord Shannons dlsappoamnco thut is by no means cleared up by tho more fact that Ills lordship maforialixod in this city Mr W Lewis Boyli is a cousin of Lord Shannon Mr Boyle thinks theEarl ofShannon did not go to Alaska but that he did spend about two years in Jng and fishing witha Deputy United States Marshal of Juneaii Alaska and E C Gard nerof that Territory However a search positively that Lord iioyle was in Alaska some in mining on tho Yukon WAR TALK AT WASHINGTON ARMY MEN DISCUSS THIi J5EHB1NG TROUBLE WILL HOT SIGN A LEJISE DooSys Building Must Be Erected Be fore Documents Are Signed ELAINES ANXIETY FOR RECIPROCITY The Secretary Says That Is the Highest Form of Protection and the Golden Opportunity Is Now AntiLottery Bill Cur Government Has tlio Bost of the Argument But Would Have No Sure Tiling in the JSvent of War WASHINGTON July Dispatch Francisco thing most talked about here just now is the Behring sea correspondenne aud tho tone ol diplomatic sharpness on both sides The general opinion regardless ot party is that Mr Blaino holds the superior positionand that hoAvevorthreatening theseqmiog attitude of the may bp the United States willAvin in the contro Mr Blaino in his dispatch has do fined clearlythe position of our GoACnimeoli and secured a mastery in the On the surface England had plLedthreat that trouble willfollowany seizure of Canadian sealers aud the United States harirufuscd to change its policy in this The oilicors of United Statescutters have baen instnioted bujaet Avith great discretion and nbt toprovoke trouble Ontlie other hand the British are apparentlyexor cising their to restrain dealers so that a collision is not The publication of the correspondence has had the Cueetof stimulating war uniong the service men The stand takuu by Secretary Blaino is qiiiLij gratifying to most folks who have to do military arid navnl is merit infavor in belligerency iDsonic quar insjji red to slirnulate thu poucy oJtuoGqveiinhent in bailcHng up ol the land and nayaL forces of One of the of a talking of Avar thisto X i Tho Uni tedaStatcs is rugulurJyJirineclliiiiclfprcos in guards of the nowiniunber a more Roconlr tests and show in forty eight over aquarter fur nished AYith1adequate equipmouts for Held service couldbe coticenbrabed in New York Boston or and it is that ihsidn of a Ayeek there could be assera bled along theCanadian border at least armed1men a force copo with the present1 land that be being ppssesslon of a largo let gunboats of tho We Hand canal the only present means of entrance tothe upper Jakecould if unmolested lili those Svatcrs witha dangerous might do untold damage to the beautiful cities that lino tho lakes On the other tbisGovernment has control of Glair ship canal by means of Avhich Hurun Superior and Michigan arc reached so if necessary this vantage point could bc so occupied as to p exclude tho enemy from those also ifc is sible but probable that tho Americanland forces Avould unless surprised be able to of and wreck the Welland canal soas to shut oil irnrasion point On the favorable to the Unitud the mero action of Canada is concerned but on t tho seaboard the situation is totally There a harbor that could be defended Avith tho present There city not beAvrccked aud ruined bya hostile naval force and are innumerablo points Avhero easily laud a large force of troops Avhieh strength of our OAVU army into American territory England accomplished in a yery easy although his bears the imprint ofcertain records a ten dency to establish a belief in the Amerieari mind that this country dose rcd coatsJ home Avith AVhole the situationis remarkably interest The Public Spread July streetrcleaniag department all returhedr toi work this morning An amicable arrange nientAvas arrivedat The strike of Avorkj nien on the public is extending and nOAVincludes few nonunjon men arc at these with the opening of tho schools STUIKES In Brooklyn the the strike of severalweeks is other trades of thebuilfliug Avas held putting a boycott1 on Haver Verplanks plant yas The isibecausetho Maiiitfacturers rploy ijn g n oh Th is move m eii will f ar on all tiiie buildings and Jersey I and gasfitters 1 ordered totieup Th eiri is in sympathy Svith iron 4 Saii Honiesdalce tbortitle of stake MitiiugCornpaTfyriJoi sands of these sh atesare ar fraii IT AI shooting the of a quariel bVer family ifliirs Qleary tooth p shot Harris mlio ieturned tho fire fatally woxrndlng youVig Clearr Thefather started to liad throe jtfvolverst on his had been emptied i LARK TRIBUNE BURKAU 517 Fourleentl Street WASHINGTON July The PostmasterGeneral has wired lo Salt Lake his acceptance of thoUooly proposi tion and addition written to the postmaster notifying him of tho Depart ments acceptance of tho site 1 called at the Postoflicc Department this morning and askedfor information as to the formal sign ing of the lease will bo no formal signing of tho said tho official addressed until Mr Doolys building is ready for our occu pation The letter of acceptance sent yes terday is full authority Cor Mr Dooly to proceedatonce with the erection of his building The Department never executes a formal lease until tho room is ready for occupancy of the postofflce andis found to be in accordance Avifh the proposalmade as Mr Dooly is concerned the leaseis as good as signed and he need havo no hesitancy in going right ahead and ilxing up his AN ANTILOTTERy MEASURE WASHINGTON July 25 Associated Htsuso Postoilice Comimttee agreed upon a substitute billm lieu of the number of pending bills adverse to lottery circulars and tickets lists of drawings money ov drafts for the purchase of lottery tickets or newspapers containing lottery ad vertisetneuts er drawings from being carried in the mailsor delivered by carriers and a penalty of i fine not exceeding 85000 and imprisonmentnotexceeding is im posed upon any person depositing such mat ter in the mails The PostmasterGeneral will also be authorized upon evidence of the existence of a lottery or gift enterprise to causeVogistorou letters directed to the company to stamped and returnedto senders and lie may also forbid the payment of money orders ad dressed to a lottery or gift cuteiprJso com K AGAINST COtT5IXE introduced a resolution iu on Interstate Com nieree to prepare a bill to compel elevator proprietors to acceptgrain for storage at reasonable rates It is intended chiefly iajgainst elevator proprie tors Northern Pacific who threaten to compel the fanners to sell at onco It over Senator today from Socretary BJaiuo in reply to his of re cent date Mr JJlaiucsays You I have as to Spains willingness to arrauge rnents ol trade Avith the Uuitcd States Your question surprises me lor you cannot haveforgottun that only six days ago tho Prime Minister ofSpain in his anxiety to secure the free admission to our markets of and Porto avery extensive treaty of reciprocity Avith Mr theu our Minister at The year before in 1883 an admirable treaty of reciprocity1 Avas negotiated by General Mr Troscot as the United States Commissioner Avith the Mexico a treaty well considered in allits parts and Avhbso I believe have proved highly both countries Both of these treaties failed to secure tho approval of Congress and failedfor tho express reason that both provided foithe free admission of sugar not then alloAV a single of sugar to free of duty circumstance Avhatever and now ports sugar and to do it with sucli rapidity that AVO are not to haveajnoments time to see if AVO cannot a bettor trade by we may payfor at least part of tho sugar in products of American farms aud shops Our change of opinion has certainly been reni in so brief a period Ira deed only danger of pur not securing ad vantageous treaties of reciprocity now is a possible belief on the part of those countries thatAVO for free sugar and that by patient waiting they can secure all they desire Avithout money and without price an Interview Republican memljers of the Colnmittee on Ways andMeans more than five months ago I endeavored to convince be expedient and wiseto Cleave to the President an opportunity to see what advantageousarrangements of re ciprocal trade could bo effected I Avas uu committee to take my to oppose this reciprocal proposition touching sugar from a it may conflict in Avith the ipolicy protection The clanger I think wholly in op Thevalue of the sugar consume is enormous wiepay for It all In cash or seek arrangements by Avhieh a large part of ic maybft paid for in pork and flour in lumber and in iron and and furniture aud thousands of other things I think the modi is the high ofprotection and thebest Avay to promote Vvhen shall we enlarge our commercial the great of South America we nowmake a beginning It we now the duty on as we already liave given away the duties on and lu excbiiMgu which to the farmforfac whatshallbe our congratula Shipping bill vy i sh i jis aided by the Government will better1 prpspect for we c an c i ve to th em out waid c argoes the hitedrStatbsi and not in1 AAard cargoes f rbnitLatin will forever disgrace my wept the little woman procured from Mr Leutgo a music an uflidavit that ho Leuvgo had boon criminally intimate Noison That ladys attoiney said this that he in turn had secimd a from that Nelson threatened his life if lie did not make such an affidavit Afior frightening the pixir fellow out of Ins wits and compelling him to make the uflidavit Nelson presented him Avith a lot iu his subdivision of Cragin township 11 is deed ihe attorney has also secured It was further that Mrs Nelson who is hicrhly respectod in ber homo in Washington lleijihts had actually boon starved by the rich man who calls himself her husband Ho left mo with but four cents and AVUS gono for two Mrs Nelson and it not boon for the charity of neighbors 1 aud my little ones must have starved Tho only dress I have is the ono now on by back1 know ho is tired of me now andx wishes to cast mo oft bocause ho has found a prettier woman lie has never allowed me a servanv ihousulAvas sick and 1 have had to do tho cooking and scrubbing until in my delicate health it almost killed Mrs Nelson will ask for a divorce the control of her children und the support a man of Nelsons moans slatmld provide for a Avife Tho gentleman in could not bo found today The auorneys say they will take up the matter of bribery of the music teacher after the divorce ease is settled A GANG ORGAN WANTED MEXICO DECLARES HERSELF She Will Allow No Coercive Measures Against Salvador BAUTEMALAS APOLOGY IS AGGEPTEQ But She Is Waxnod Not to Cross the Line Salvadorians Wiu Another Challenges ColiniV Seizure The Rumored Sale of the Rocky Mountain DENATSR July Special to It been rjuictly rumored in certain polit ical circles fpr somo months past that the Rocltv Mountain News hud boon sold to a syndicate composed of Captain J H Ilull kanip of tlio Chicago Times Governor Cooper of Colorado Senator Ed AVolcott and his brother Henry Joe Stoith and W C Lathrop for SJ cash and that 000 of the money Imd been paid It is also rumored that the new proprietors would change the politics of tho paper to Republi can support Henry M Toller for reelection to the United States Senate and be a purely gang organ IivStnto politics There can bo no denying tho fact that for some time the Kepubliean party in tho State has boon divided One faction now arc in central aro denominated the Thoy have each been in bad re pute for years they have openly robbed the State of large sums of money their gang assemblies have been notorious as tho most corrupt iii tho history oC tho West to such an extent that several of them Avero indicted last spring for This is bitterly opposed by tho Denver and for this reason they desire to secure an organ of their own There may be no moro in it than simply rumor but In an interview Avith Colonel Arkiiis the president and man ager of News com panyy tonight ho emphatically stated that there was nothing in it he declared that tho News Avas not for sale at any price Henderson Dead LITTLE ROCK Taeoma special to the Gazette announces the death of Hon H Henderson exAttor of Arkansas Ho was Judge in New Mexioo during the Olevelaud adininistration MANGLED BY THE WHEELS THE HORRIBLE FATE OF A DENVER WOMAN JEter Head Was Crushes Almost Son Disaster Inves Fierce Xcrada Storm DENVER July to horrible accident occurred today in the yards of tbe Fort Worth road A Russell lives Avithhis Avife near the tracks Ayhich run bestween their bouse and the well A long train of freight cars been standing upon one of the three tracks for several d at noon today Mrs Russell returning from the Aveli Avith a bucket of water rather than walk around tho titiin attempted to crawl under one of the cars Shedid not notice the ap proaching switch engine and just at the she got under the wheels the engine struck the The poor woman Avas knocked downand one pair of trucks passed her head crushing it almost to a Her Avho was returning fioni and rushed to her just to pull her offthe track before another car paSsfid over her She murmured alew words and died in her hus bands arms She leaves three children THJ3 SEA OVJ2HLOADJ3D ST PAUL July andKnapp re turned from Lake City and Red Wing last night aftermaking asuccessful search for nllthe siirvivors of the Sea Wing wreck The inspectors affidavitsof 105 SAvear that they Avcre upon the the cyclone struck it Ninety eight dead bodies liaAe been identified AVhich makes a total of 203 Wingwas carry only 375 passengera unlerss she toAved two barges Captain testifiedthat thoy than theallowed number of passengersl CITY July terrific thunderstorm is reported from Val ley Rocks were upheaved sand thrown hundreds of the air trees torn up and the ground rent ten feet deep Two and several animals are re beeni The about an acre in rT sensatibni byJthe Thev have had l tAvo K have had ltwb has been treatment of the occasions he I ctioktedc and kr is charges against me They qruel Onrnv kicked His f The crew and cattle men from the National vLine steamer which was abandoned con fire at sea Yorkfrpin Liver have arrivedXiU London The ear penter believes that the cotton on the Egypt was she left New York He also saystheljoats of the steamer with exception of two were yr July At Ripon San Warren the AV Masiers while playingvith a can of coal aiVd the house was contents George aTtdWarrenvvtbp tvfO and a girl peristied A seventeen rescneHhe baby The a hundred yafds of was unable CITY OP MEXICO July TiUBtTXE Dis Francisco Oirmtiflfi Soilor Muriscal Mexican Secretary of Slate today addrossod a note to Soiior Manuel Diegucx the resident M inistor of Gauteiuala explaining viowsonthe troubles in America Jn his nolo Secretary Mariscul says that Mexico has deckled to prevent uny attonipr at the forcible union jf Lho five Central republics bat won Id bo pleased tosoo such u union if it could be amicably arranged and without coercion Mexico will regard any attempt on tho part of Guatemala to infringe upon the of the latters sister republics as a frriina jacic billi and will without further warning act accordingly Sofior Marisoal alluded to the affair of JulyiTth when Guatemalas troops invaded the terri tory of Salvador and said that ho would accept the explanation of the Guatemalan Government in itssia turnout that the attack on Salvador was not at all p reined Stated and tluirt it had been made in direct viola tion of the express instructions Presi dent of Guatemala who had only tho troops to guard the frontier of Salvador and not to open hostilities adds Senor Mariseal very significantly this excuse on the part of Guatemala will do for only oice ind Mexico expects that Guatemala will declare her Intentions to Salvador without The Minister has telegraphed this note to liis Government and a reply is shortly expected tho Salvador confidential agent was privately reccivod by Secretary i today ami they had a long opn ferencc lasting over two hours and it1 said that Mexico intends accepting the of Prabident of Salvador that lie will convene a constltu congress in San Sulviulor not later than OiMober 1st provided Salvador is not interfered with by other country before that tlinc Mexico under these cir cumstances do all she can to preserve tho autonomy of Salvador and will also orgau Salvadors provisional Government of today It is currently reported hero that tho attack on Salvador ou July 17th was a and if il had succosfnl the Guatemalans would their victory by figlit up to cnpito of Salvador and ing possession of the country Ths story also believed in Mexican oflicial circle not withstanding thooflicial note of Mariscal fwpm Salvador that delagiites both couii tries are now on the frontier under a flag of truce discussing tho Senor Pau of Salvador had a private intirV with President Diaz today and will have another conference tomorrow at which the resident Guatemalan Minister has been invited to bo present THT COLKfX Nsw YORK July Heralds Wash ington correspondent says the administra tion is considering thequestion whether Guatemala had a right to seixe rifles on the and says it would appear that Guatemala has committed a gross breach of international law and courtesy in seizing part of the cargo of the steamer a vessel flying the United States nag even though the articles seized munitions of war destined for Salvador Our Government has serious cause for oironse and can demand an explanation and ample reparation for the outrage if lit sees fit to so regard the transaction The correspondent goes on to say if th Js was England or or any other than tho United States Gauteraala would bo made on and her terr J tory taken ARRANGING FOU 1T0TTJJIE CITY OF MBXICO July Stf Associated Dispatches from Guatemala say the Pacific Mail steamers will receive a froni tho Guatemalan Government which gives the Guatemalan authorities certaiii rights while the vessels are in waters Among these is the right to search v C for contraband goods among which counted arms for nations at war Guatemala COMiHSSCED IT YOBK City of Mexico President Barillas df has issued a manifesto setting forth that the sot disant government felt obliged toac cept war Armies are being or ganized to sustain it with y HEAVY kOSS ON ROln SIDES ftnm Guatemala City says under General with SOO men and General Aguilar 000 inen attacked Salvador forces July and drove V back into tiieir own territory with a loss on both sides of aboutl400 irien The lost GatHng gun Y and one field piece The forces suffered more standards and over 200 men defeat of the Sal apparently only a riiso their part for in two hours they turned with reinforcements and Guatemalans to beat a liasty retreat After inflicting nppn them severe Guatemalans lost many men arms and am i 7 The Salvador troopsr are now encamped Guatemala soil near the from Salvador to the Guatemalan capital Nicaragua has sent offers troops to Salvador und the Coffer has beenr accepted An attempt of these countries to subdue Guatemalfi will lead long and bloody A A CITV or Yesterday the Salvadorian General Excta brothor of Pres ident Ezcta defeated the G u atamalans twenty leagufcs the abandon 1 v is he claiming The idiierat bf will take today any y eniiiweverriaqdjAvitb5 an other woman wjtblnr a lesV blocks of the households were kept it Js said that this sf act alone preventca a scandal teach woman knew Otthe r tured an immense amountv of booty inter malan generals and Salvadorian GeneralEzeta has senta personal challenge to President of Guatem ala V hig to a special to El Universal emalan are spreading faleorUr of the victory AN Accotnfx FROM EJV PASO l vador ijiTadcdGuatemala snC Guatemalaa sbilv J uuatemaiaa ssuu insulted ana troopVfbught with ;