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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah First Part Pages 1 to 8 196 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY JTTOY 27 1890 THEJAYHAWKEBSATWORK Tlic Lead Ore Tariff to PeAt tacked in the Senate THREAT OF THE WESTERN MEMBERS Minister Romeros Activity The Pension Bureau Twin City Recount How Minneapolis Swelled Her Notes SALT LAKE BtmEAtr 517 Fourteenth Street f f i i ftOrt W July livery Senator received today a parri phlot advocating the admission of argentif erous load ores froo of duty This Is an Indication that tho fight for froo silverload ores Is to be renewed on tho floor of tho ft Is understood that Senator Mc jhcrson of Now Jersey and Senator Plumb or Kansas will lead tho struggle Those ivlio have tho bill in charge and savoral Western Senators profess no apprehensions regarding tho outcome I urn Inclined to oeliove howovor i htt the popularity of tho reciprocity cry which ban followed Blalnoa tariff reform movement may aid the smelting cornblrio Minister Romero of Mexico is as admirable a lobbyist as ho Is a diplomat and ho has not permitted tho grass to grow under his feet Tho groat obstacle to froo load is the an nounced determination of tho Western Sen ators to block tariff legislation which does nothing for tho West They say the sacri fice of lead ore would certainly moan tho sacrificeof their The situation as far as lead is concerned Is therefore more one of uncertainty than of danger It will not do on this account Ior tho mining In to sloop on their form CMlaurels Leoch of tho mint thinks that no predic tions as to the permanent advance In silver can bo made until tho purchases begin in September and tho Governrnont begins to absorb tho total product of rho American mines Ho assumes that tho recent rise and present price Is duo to speculative anticipa tion and to tho absorbing of seven million ouncfss by the Western National Bank and Mio corner in Now York Tho silver men in Congress aro confident that sixty days from now will seo silver at at the lowest and that froo coinage will bo reaohud with little i rouble and hy tho aid of votes lately cast against It THE UAUAt INVflfmOATTON Associated Tho report of tho Committee on Rulos re commends a furtherinvestigation of tho Pension Bureau on tho ground that tho IMI bllo service must not rest under ovuu a suspicion The committee says tho only witness before It was Represent atlvoOpopor iho author of tho charges against Commis sioner liaum Cooper declined to give tho names of other witnesses until tho House of Representatives provided for a thorough In vostigutltm Tho cliargo was mado by Coopor that Commissioner of Pensions Kaum though Insolvent had negotiated a loan of opon which George Lemon a noted pension agent became tho surety Tllli CITY FRAUDS Tho Secretary of the Interior today or clorod a recount of tho population of the cities of St Paul and Minneapolis Prior to issuing this order tho Secretary had rb cclvod from Superintendent of Census Poiioi1 a letter dotalllnir tho trouble regard ing tho count of Iho cities and In vestigation made by his bureau In It ho says In part Thoevidence before me bo as follows In all prob ability thuib existed in Minneapolis a wide spread organized conspiracy for Inflating tho census of that city This conspiracy wi only partially carried through owing to Its early discovery To what extent however tho schedules aro fraudulent can at present bo only a matter of conjecture These fraudulent schedules take all manner of form Families hovo boon swollen to fiiormou by tho addition of children nisd tho of boardinghouses havo Tximi overtaxed fur boyoud fhejr limits by tho addition of families Tn addition to these palpable fraucls transients have boon oniuiuiruted at the hotels arid boarding houses and employees havo boon enumer ated at their shops us well at their houses In hirgo numbers n St Paul thoro has been discovered no evidence of an organized conspiracy but mimorous cases of Illegal additions wore found These additions aro similar in char acter to those discovered In Minneapolis t aro not by ary moans as widespread or extensive In view of this condition of things it seems impossible to ho assured of tho census of these two cities withoutmak ing a roeount SuperintomltmtTurter says that no proofs whatever have been presented that the Su pervisors in Sr Paul or Minneapolis were parties to tho frauds Tamos H Wixrdlo Ohlof Clerk of the Census Bureau will havo ehargo of the work at St Paul and F W Krnse special agent at Minneapolis KKtT WITHIN THE On fho 3rd irist thoSenalo adopted a res olution calling pon tho Secretary of the Interior to state or not In his knowledge the Union Pacific Railroad Com pany has guaranteed tho stock or bonds of another corporation whether or not said Union Pacific Railroad Company luus paid out of Its funds tho Indebtedness of any railroad company and if so whether such guaranty and payment are in accordance with tho law ami consistent with tho obliga tions of tho Union Pacific to tho United Suites In response Secretary Noble says tho Union Pacific Railroad Company has guar anteed tho bonds and Interest of quite a number of other corporations but has done nothing unlawful THE REPORT The report of tho House Committee on and Postroads to accompany tho substituteAntiLottery bill wasagreed upon yesterday and filed this afternoon Tho committee says tho present legislation is inadequate and moro forcible laws must be enacted to prevent tho use of the malls by lottery companies Tho present law can DO enforced by tho courts only and convoys no power to tho PostmasterGeneral One of tho main benefitsto bo derived from tho substitute bill if It becomes a law is that makes tho act of mailing lottery let circulars a continuous offense tri able by tho courts in any jurisdiction through which they may pass or into which they may go A Creator benefit if possible willbo tho closing of the malls to newspa pers which contain lottery advertisements lists of prizes thus panially cutting off communication between the lottery and Its and reducing the num ber of its Tho substitute bill the committee proposes to cure the defects in the existing law which lettorsinteridecl for pany reach their destinatipn third person The if to deny of a cbtripany tne bene11ts of tho anlj prdei wouldj losultlliij compelling Company to obtain remittances through express companies or similar channels A BANK BILL Representative Dorscy from the Com mittee on Hanking and Currency today reported to tbo House a bill limiting the compulsory deposit of bonds by National banks to In each cast with a proviso tJjjtt voluntary withdrawal for the retire ment obank notes shall not exceed por month and that the bill shall not apply to bonds deposited to secure public money PLAX DISCUSSED Republican members of the Ways and Means Commit Lee who are in the city had a TmjuUng today nominally to confer about the order of business They took no action on that subject but the question of reciprocity us proposed by Secretary Klaine was dis cussed at length It is said that all the members present expressed themselves op posed to tbt adoption of the schemes out lined In the Halo and Pierce amendment to tho Tariff bill A GUATEMALANRETREAT MARY ANJDKKSONS KANCH A Shiftless Relative Converts It Into n Wilderness DKNVKR July Special to The Mary Anderson ranch on tho Klowa is now almost abandoned Tho actress pur chased tho placo several years ago and j stocked it with blooded horses and cattle for which she paid thousands of dollars Tho property and stock she mado a present of to her relatives and placed a half brother in charge hoping thereby to help him as ho appeared totally incapable of helping himself Instead of keeping up tho valuable ranch they havo shamefully neg lected ft selling oil or lotting tho fine stock die until it Is now almost a wilderness abandoned to tho coyotes and jack rabbits MURDERED HIS NEIGHBOR A COLORADO SETTLED WITU A GUN The Caroor of a Swindling Detective Who BoHtod Sullivan A Jealous Hiiaband ills Criminal Kecorcl Jnly Special to Lait night about G oclock L D Hudson shot and killed James Sullivan of Gurllold Crook throe rnilos bolow New castle Hudson and Sullivan owned and lived on adjoining ranches and had quar relled more or less for somo time past Last week some stock belonging lo Hudson broke Into Sullivans pasture and in retaliation Sullivan tore down Hudsons fences so that lila Sullivans cattle could go upon Hud sons land Hueson repaired the fence and yesterday Sullivan came and toroi It down again Hudson on discovering this cauio out of tho house meeting Sullivan on the way to Hudsons house Each had a gun They had some words when Sullivan started for Hudson who called to him to stop and fired a shot over his head but seeing that had no ef fect Hudson fired again killing Sullivan Fearing trouble from Sullivans cowboys Hudson telegraphed to tbo Sheriff at Newcastle to come and upon his arrival gavohitnsolf up A DttUNKEN SOLDIBES TORGICRIES OHEYBNNB July Sj Spuclal to Private ChiiTlos Wilson deputy posttvwslur at Fort Russell three miles from here wont on a drunk Wednesday and this morning It was discovered that he had been raising funds by negotiating forged money orders Ho was given a1 preliminary hoar lug before a United Stutos Commissioner and sent to the Federal penitentiary at Ltiranjio for safekeeping Wilsons steal ings will foot up nearly CHICAGO July 20 Frank Hayner who as a detective at Mon treal under the name of Wilson Is said to havo betjn instrumental in having Chief Detective Solui Fahey sent to tho penitenti ary for alleged crookedness has suddenly disappeared from Chicago Hayner Is charged with committing a number of for geries his employers Peokham and other insurance men being amongtho vic tims It Is related that Hayner or Wilson had implicated a son oC Chief of Police Par ad Is in a series of Montreal robberies but when called upon to tostiliy at tho trial of young Parad Is was nowhereto bo found Later It is alleged Hayner and associates oC his succeeded in swindling John L Sulli van out of tho receipts of a big benefltgiven that pugilist in JUliLED BV Hlttv JEALOUS UUSTJAND CLEVELAND July Near Zanosfleld Logan county Ohio lust flight Albert D Parmcntor a young farmer shot his wife and then blow out hts own brains with a shotgun lived four hours after tho shooting Parmenter was jealous his wifo A THAOKPY AT FRESNO FRESNO Tuly John D a prominent lawyer and manager of the Opera House was shot and killed on the street thl evening by Joseph T Stillman an in ventor Stlllman had beoir looking for FisUo all day and when ho mot him a fight ivtisuod A Uor a few blows wore exchanged Flsico started to run when Stillman shot him throe times In tho back Stillman was arrested but will not talk The cause of tho shooting is a mystery Stillmau finally stated that Fiske had been attempting to blackmail him with giv ing him a half share in somo of his patents threatening among other things to toll Mrs Stillman of her husbands intimacy with another woman Stillman says these throats mado him desperate A Political SciuuliU Hushed Up QUEBEC July Dispatch San Francisco Cliruniele A royal commission was appointed recently to in vestigate llio chatpros made by Mr Whalen a contractor tluit ho had paid to agents of the Qiiebec Government sums of money ag gregating over to bo spent in pro cnrinjh the election of supporters of tho Gov writ of prohibition was asked for and granted preventing the committee from asking a vital question Judgment was given today in tho appeal sustaining the decision granting this writ and tho in vestigation has collapsed No Ijove Ior the Prince July TIUBUT San Fran Cisco Cmomcte A Halifax special quotes Newfoundland advices as showing that the feeling of tho people there is so bitter against tho Government1for its abandonment of tho rights of tho colony hud become a question as to how Prince George whose coming visit hasbeen announced would bo received This feel ing suggested prudence to the Government which now announces thut tho Prince will not como to Mine No 4 Up BOCK SPRINGS July Special to Mine No 4 was started an idleness of several company soon hope to hive employed t ViDtOiv Rock Springs con tractor husv obtained contract for the of f dwelllngTrhousos at Hanna Jnly tloflman d ered 000 in gold to Eu Total this week Tlie Victorious Salvadorians Invading the Enemys Country THE LATEST FROM THE SEAT OF WAR Deeds of Valor and Brilliant Vic tories Claimed by Both Armies Honduras Collecting an A Decisive Battle The Attitude of Mexico CITY OF MEXICO July ITTIIHUXTS Dis Francisco Clirnmclc Oflicial telegrams from Salvador today strongly indicate that tho smaller of the Central American Republics Is making it interesting for Guatemala in their interna tional struggle After driving her enemy from her soil in tho district of Santa Ana Salvador became the Invader and after a temporary check at the outposts of Chingo has caused Guatemalas forces to retire to Jntiapn fiftyfour miles Inland on tho main wagon road to tho Guatemalan capital All the encounters have occurred on this road which connects the two capitals of tho conj tending republics Chingo aud Atescattempa are in a moun tainous region and are strongly fortified with forts and earthworks commanding the international road Thro ugh these fortiQed passes General the brother of tho president of Salvador has fought his way to Acatcscatompa thirty miles from tho Elver Jutlapa where it Is probable that tho next battle will be fought Itis twenty seven miles from the capital of Guatemala It is stronsly fortified and one of the largest arsenals in Guatemala Is located here If a battle takes placo will have a1 force of about twentythree thousand men in tho field and Salvador about sixteen thousand and it will bo a most sanguinary conflict as Salvador she is being imposed on by tho dictatorial stand taken by Barillas in to who should be President of Salvador U the Salvadorians win this battle it is believed they wiU push on to the Guatemala capital They are the best fighters in Cen tral Am and it is claimed by repre sentatives oC their government here that tho recent battles had the eOect of solidify ing the factions to ExQtas government As confirmatory of tbesw victories tho following was received hero tonight SAN 25 General Antonio defeated the enemy in Chjiigo and Aca tescfitempn in Guatemala territory dislodging thorn on this of Ccoo without resistance Chingo and pa woro cnrriucl by as Kiuilt tho enornys artillery wnr tailing into our hands We have nuvor had a more glorious victory Honduras remains m doubt but Nicaragua and Costa Rica are our Iripnds Alato dispatch to GeronimoPau from San Salvador says that on the Goeeial Antonio refugees and troops oltho Guatemalan Army strong from Salvador the flight of the enemy was soprecipitate that the camp equipment all the hands of the Salvadorians Among other were documents telegrams and other papers of General Camllo Alvarez and those of other officers of thoGuatemalan forces plainly showing that their movements had been directed by the Guatemalan Govern ment The reported victory of Guatemala over Salvador amounted to nothing An ad vance of one of the Salvadorian Generals was checked temporarily OH Guatemalas territory but he did not relinquish the pos session of posts ho had captured flanked tho enemy on the Ohingo hights and against groat odds forced them to abandon their positions and retire He again gave them battle at gaining a most complete victory SofiorPau commenting on the dispatch from Barillas the declaration of war by Ezota said be hadhoolliclal infor mation on the subject but stated that Guatemala hadboen theuiggrcssor from the start and probably Barillas was trying to make Guatemala appear as a peacemaker in tho eyes oftho world Seilbr Pan sarcastically referred to that part which says that Salvador has invaded our country withfire and sword in the age Barillas thinks per haps that the Salvadorians the cjir cumstances should have invaded Guate mala armed with feathor dusters Instead of rifles and Manuel Deques the Giiatemalan minister here received a dispatch last night dated Guatemala which In the peace com pact celebrated this capital July 21st with tho Costa Rica and Nicaragua and to which of Honduras gave is one article which says it is agreed peace is established the go veniments represented will continue their efforts for the union of America in accordance with the compact signedin Salvador October 15th TITE Notwithstanding reports that have leaders of the two Oontral Amerioan now in volved in a row is certain battles have beou fought and a formal declaration of war hsis boon After the troops of Salvador invaded Guatemala and planted their Hag upon Guatemala Guatemala felt insulted and war Tho Guat emalan troops fouglit with groat courage at Cootopequo and The loss was great on both aides The troops q Salvador were driven out of Guatemala but returned and won a battle ProsidcntBarrlllas of Guatemala has Issued this uianlCesto and claim that it has aroused groat enthusiasm MANIFESTO t GUATEMALA July Thcsoi disctnt Govorn racut of Salvador decla against G uatcmala after having acMially hcgun hostilities bv invad ing with Ire and sword our tovritories Gov ern inent has felt itself obliged tp accept war and arniv is being jictivcjy organizod in order to sustain it with cligaity The foreign colonies and our people have risen on masse their services ior Hie defense of the country All the battles reported to have been fought between and Guatc taker plaxjebn the Rio Paz the stream divIdingvGuatemals from Throo battles In tho district of Sansonato In SanSalvador and the others in Guatemala A V General Ezota Is commanding in person the army of Salvador and Is said to have been General Sanchez Guate mala Va victory over Ezeta is only agrad naae of the of Ho Is the chief artillery Other hbtable generals are withv the frontier army Twenty of Guatemala are IflNa j crn and Honduras li as lh iihe International is sending trbbps to the frontier of Salvador iuthe part of the co u n try d i vid ed by 6 Jpascojan river she shois memoir a Hi A i n Jviftwbnif oral aili d in Honduras that will claim President Bro giams attention COSTA RICA AKD MCAUAGUA have remained quiet notwithstanding the report from Guatemala thut they were par tics to a compact recently signed to restore pearte in San Halvador In view of the fact that they decided to become allies of Sal vador when Barrios attempted in 1S85 to coerce tho Central American republics into a would seemimprobabie that they have gone over to their old enemy Within a week atthe latest owing to recent events they will be obliged to show tlutir hands Salvadorians living here doubt that these republics have signed a compact with Guatemala and claim that It would to a suicidal move owing to their geographical positions and the fact that Guatemala always been their enemy INTKHVENTIO BY THE UNITED STATES On account of certain mysterious and in definite information here that tho United States has determined to inter vene in the affairs of Central America for the protection of her interest and the restoration of peace H is understood to day from the best authority that tho gov ernment of Mexico has decided ho remain ncuiral in the squabbleso long as the rights of Mexican citizens and the boundaries of Mexico iro respected No more troops will be sent to the frontier From official sources it is learned that there arc six battalions of Infantry and one regiment of men in all along the border line of Guate mala a number Sufficiently largeto repel any disorderly element that might come over to the frontier and to protect the boun dary Those in position to know say that Mexico will in no way mix herself np in thc difficulties her peace being too valuable for oven a thoughtof Intervention MYSiERIOUS SIXKNCE NEW YORK Jnly A correspondent of the Herald says Amld tho conflicting ru mors which reach country as to tho true condition of Central America much expression of surprise is hoard on all sides at the meager news and indeed tho utter absence of news by the State depart ment on the subject While it is the general opinion that a strict ownership may exist over the telegraph wires yctit is not un derstood why Minister Mizner has nofused a cipher in furnishing tho Department with information As it is the Department has failed t3 receive any information from tho seat of war A DECISIVIG BATTLE EXPECTED CITY OF MEXICO July is stated bore thatthe Guate malan authorities havo out theland tele graph that no hews can be sent from that reported that thoiio is dissatisfaction in the Guatemalan ranks The Salvadoriansare advancing and adeclsivebattleis expected General Barrundia is and raising an army of insurgents AREVOLT GUATEMALA July has broken out here against President Barrillos arid hisCabinet It is underthe leadership of General Belcta and police force is largely iricreasOdanda force of soldiers is parading the streets Two hundredsoldiers refused to go1 on duty this had not been paid aud were sent toprison A1 raob paTadbd at noon shoutlugDeath to Tho leaders exists itis Cleared that they will join the revolutionists en masse The revolt is gaining ground every Cabinet wants Mm to suspend hostilities withSau Salvador and attention tothe situation at homo Hois still sending his troops toward Salvador has issued a declaring the Republic ina state of sipge It ported that tho Salvador troopsare within sixty miles of tho city All payments by the Guatemala national treasury have been peremptorily stopped a subscription a forced loan circulated MoneyIs sadiy needed THE SOUfHS BOYCOTT HEW DEMOCRATIC ROLE A Southern Senator Posing as the Poor Segros Champion COLQUITT ANO THE FARMERS WRONGS More Demagogic Tariff Speeches from the Democratic Tin Plate Amendment The Charges Against Rauui to Bo j Investigated with it three years When his ship was ordered home be was directed TO report at Newport Shortly after his arrival he ob tained a few days leave ana canu to Brook lyn whore a surprise awaited him in tho that his wife was missing returned to duty it Newport but sot on foot an investigation to learn the cause of her unexplained departure A suit for divorce resulted from tho disclosures that followed his inquiry In his application Keating alleges discovered that his wife hud left Brooklyn with a former friend of his named Thomas Alex Gepp IT EXCITES CONYSIDEBABtE DISCUS SION AT WASHINGTON The Atlanta Constitutions Vicious At tempt to Counteract the Farmers Al liance Movement WASHINGTON July San Francisco Cliroriicti There has been a great deal oftalk proand past onthe boycott question in case the Federal should pass This eyed utterances of the Atlanta Constitution and Governor Georgia The talk was intensified today by an editoriajklmthe New York Herald replying sharply to the charge of the constitution that New York was so wild at tho loss of her ing thewar that she was only the Union by tho further asserted menfc was more solidly th au ever before an d cott of Northern goods needed to bring TheHerald statements The goods of Northern meti are for sale not ples is no Northern to interfere jwitlithe legisla tion war measures and are an abomination to sensible men We realize that it is necessary to elect John to some his election is by the Alliance and so oh that the only las sure is to revive the oldSouth ern sentiment the Pries secessionVbut is the its fearfulpevil If the CoiisUtutinn iswise the valiant editor will drop his boycotting nonsense and fill his midsummer columns with stories about snakes the price of stray poems and other living1 not excitethe sensation of hoycotting articles but they will doless Representative Culbertson of Tex of the ablest members of voiced the Southern sentiment interview he1 gave your on Constiiidimi After condemning the this should be free to purchase Avhtsre what Now put this Comtitiitiortr I Vsay that any ipaperwhich the courage to coine put aridccin demn such avicious bit of Alliance schemehas hot the backbone to lead itfhis wiisnbt published in before threats of J Alliance andsur rendered its John Stewartof Georgia in last seat oii floor of House has justbeen renominatibii by the n sinv file All i an c a n d lid oath Noth Enownothincr partyitself July the Senate Mitchell offered a concurrent resolution which was referred to the Committee on Finance stating that the United States would hail with approbation any reciprocal arrangement by treaty or otherwise be tween tlie Government of the United States and tho Governments of all or any of the South American or Central American States whereby there shall be admitted to the ports of such Nations free from all National provincial municipaland other tariff or taxes the products of the United States including flour corn meal and other bread stuffs preserved meats fruits hides vege tables cotton seed oil rice aud other pro visions all articles of food lumber furni ture and all other articles of wood agricul tural implements and machinery struc tural steel and iron and steel tives railway cars and supplies street cars such other products of the United States as may be agreed upon nub declaring that it is not the sense of the United States that in any such treaty of reciprocal arranagoment that the articles of foreign wool or hides in any form should be admitted free into the ports ot this country declares that in any treaty or recip rocal arrangement that may be entered into looking to the opening such foreign ports to tho products named it is the sense of the United States thatthe articles of wool or hides producedin any of those countries shall not be admitted free of duty into tho ports of the United States andit instructs the President of the United States to omit from the list of products of such coun tries to be admitted into the ports of tho United States the articles la any of its forms and also hides Senate resumed consideration of the bill and was addressed by Morgan He said the pending bill bore more heavily on the laboring classes than on the capitalist class or any other class Morgan went on to speak of the colored people who not being capitalists manu facturers or skilled workmen could not pos sibly deiivo any itdvantage from protection siucl who yet had to bear the burdens which it people He yielded to an interruption by Hawley who said that in Alabama and other States the colored menwere being employed as work men in the factories and by Hoar who mentioned tufi casoof a colored man who wasselected recently at Harvard University to deliver he yalo to Hoar was that the one and his response to Hawley was that Morgan had been trying to Hod out whether any negro operatives were em ployed in He also yielded coVest who presented an advertisement from Springfleld of an insurance company showing a prohibition to its ngents the houses occupied by or school houses to aremark by Hoar thatthe prohibition applied only to South ern States Yest asserted that it applied to the whole country Morgan went on to criticise the de tail and to show howbard it would bear on the negroes of the South He remarked in closing that he had tried to segregate the negroes from the whites for the purpose of showing that the party which professed to best friendhad no use for them in the world except to do its voting Colquitt addressed the Senate He was as much opposed to the House bill as ho was to tho Senate bill He went on to dis cuss theprovisionsOf both bills in ence to agricultural products in order to show the ottherproposed duties on iaTrn so far as any benefit to1 the farmers was concerned The American farmerswere becoming sensibleof their wrongs They were joining hands la or ganization aud cooperation Endowed with good practical vigorous in inhabits lovers of home and its traditions thefarmers of America would never allow de the condition of the tillers of the and Egypt Krorn his heart wished themsuccessandbade them Godspeed Spooner gave noticeof an amendment that he would offer to the Tariff bill pro viding that onandafter October 1894 tin plates thinnerthan wire beadmittedfree of duty unless the quan tity of tin plates of such gauges produced In the United1 States during the proceeding fiscal year shalVequal the amountof such timplates imported during such fiscal year Vest floor and the Tariff billwent over till Monday r On motioV of the House amendments to theOriginal Package bill were nonconcurred in and a conference ordered was passed granting a pension of S2000 ayear to of the late Gen oral CrooK Bills wero also passed giving like pensions to Mrs Frembhtand Clellan Adjourned J vJ Gohniuttee reported a resofutibn directing the Speaker toappoint a1 ye vestigate thecharges brought against Pension Com nilssibner Kahrn by Representatlye Cooper ofIndiana Adopted then went into Committee of bftlieWhole Burrowsin tJie Senate amendments to the Sundry Civil Wilson theSenate amend ment in regard to tho irrigationof arid Senate amendment Dockery such modification pftheexisting law as arid 1 andsito be open to entryonly Af Speaker had appointedcon ferees on thor the committeehaving risen for that purpose tlie Senate ameridiucnts the Sundry Civil bill were read Nbricbucurrence was recbmmehded the com mltteerose thebilV pending and the eoob GROUNDS FOR DIVORCE Away PRICE FIVE IE KAISER IS WORRIED Tke OJEFFERSONIAX MORAIOXISM and Bismarck Problem Overshadows the Balkan Trouble THE PRINCE IS STILL TALKING A Combination of Church Democracy in Idaho Idaho July to Jeffcrsonian Democratic Club of this place last evening prissod a resolution repudiating tho speech of 11 S Spence the Mormon District Attorney of Bear Lake county mado boforo tho club last week At tho time tho speech was de livered it was well received and Sponco was invited to the platform by tho president of tho club and spoke for more than a half hour being enthusiastically cheered Last evenings action is tho result of re peated protests received from prominent Democrats In Southeastern Idaho who are now trying to hold the voto controlled by j the church and at the same time secure tho antiMormon Democratic vote which has been thrown with the Republicans in past S J Rich a prominent Mormon attorney will bo nominated for the Legislature by the Democrats in Bear Lake county and leading Democrats are now trying to deceive tho people with the claim that ho is not a Mormon The action of the club last night also had the endorsement of tho South eastern Mormons who severely censured Spence for giving away tho church pro gramme HOW TO RUN THE WORLDS FAIR The Emperor Baits His Hook Finland and Fishes a Scandi navian Bill En tertains tho Diplomatic Corps at Berlin THE PRESSING KEED is A CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER General Clarkson Predicts a Failure If the Situ Is Divided and a Side Show Made of tlio AVest mltted bigamy MnXTEny iand seryiedi NEW YORK Tuly Dispatch Francisco CJironicio A T Groshorn who was DirectorGeneral of the Centennial Exposition and who has been prominently urged as the proper man to direct tbo Columbian Fair at Chicago two years hence said today that bis experience as the head of Philadelphias big sbow was such that he did not care to undertake a similar responsibility The filling of such a position he said should be splendidly pro vided for in prder that the multitudinous preparations necessarymay be made The lack of a proper head General Goshorn thinks Is already apparent Without a proper man at tho bead of the the Directors and Commissioners will expej ienee tbo same difficulties that confronted him and for a year before any definite preparations for the Centennial had been made The members of the Centennial Commis said General labored j from the time they received theJr commissions until they determined in whom to repose all the executive responsibility They soon discovered thatthesmall conflicts which had previously beenso rife entirety ceased After the selection of a DirectorGeneral the representatives of the various States and Territories and the comraissioners fromother countries will obtain a more sat isfactory hearingof their claims than is now possible It seems to me that under the present conditions the Com missioners and Directors aro working with out purpose and of organization The steps already taken by the various committees General Goslioru believed to be judicious and well advised He expressed the opinion however that the action of the subcommittee at Philadelphia theother day in precipitating a discussion of Sunday closing was somewhat premature and would have been better left until more im portant features had been digested Such a discussion at this time will only tend to createnew he said and the time thus consumed can bo utilized to much better CLAJIKSON PREDICTS A CHICAGO July In aninterview here today Assistant Post masterGeneral Clarkson who has just re turned fronv a tour throughout the West and Northwest declared his belief that the Woiids Fair will be a failure if the site is Thisprediction is based on con versations with representative men of the Western States through which he We should he said that more than ouerlialf of of this country is due to the farmers and an Amer icanfair without the most ample con spicuous beiug to the agricultural interests would be One of the greatest attributes of asuccessful fair is the in its whole West islaying greatstore in the fair It is interested in its success recognizes that from such a suc cess the greatest advantage toitself will ac crue California is especially activeand make such an exhibit as shall challenge the admiration of all beholders Other Western Stateswill make earnest ef forts to keep equal pace but they ruust net be permitted to think the agricultural department is to be anything of asideshow proposition to divide the site has created such a rumor whiclf over a wide already snbtle Influence of antagonismIn the minds of many These peoplefear thatwith adivided site the arc and mechanical departments will be placed on the lake front and agriculture shoved off to Jackson Park They think the visitors aftor wan dering throughthe lake front exhibit will not look with much favor 01 the idea of going several miles to what will be called an agricultural and if that is to be the case theyjwant to know why they should put themselves to trouble in making ex Measures Should be taken to pre verit such an1 ideia gaining he believed In saying what that he echoed the opinion of the great but xVbappreciated THE janJusTRiATi WASHINGTON Palmer of theWorlds Commission Secretary Dickinson of Perma nent of the Com mission who are inthe gavea hearing to CharlotteSmith of this city for recognition of WomanslndustriaTTeague in either in department independent of She lishraent of a illustrate women July by Now York Associated is reported that Emperor William will visit Bismarck Tho Emperor must havo boon stung hy tho ox Chiincollors Indifference and tho question of how to silence him probably occupies tho Emperors mind as much as tho critical situation in the East idea of adopting legal measures to suppress Bismarcks ut terances havo however boon abandoned Tho Emperor will return from England on August Sth and pass a week at Pottsdam before starting for Russia He will return from Russia on tho 25th and within a month thereafter it will bo known whether tho GormanAustrian relations with Russia will bo more friendly or strained to tho point of rupture Grashdarin which is credited with an oc casional inspiration by tho Czur says of tho Russian policy in the Balkans that the basis of tho expected arrangement appears to bo tho Czars accoytauce of Emperor Williams candidate for theBulgarian throne Events in Bulgaria however may precipitate a revolution and nullify this diplomacy In view of a possible rupture with Russia Emperor William duriug his recent visit to Copenhagen and Christiana received tho proposal for a Scandinavian coalition including a reabsorptlon of Fin laud by Sweden Tho Czars uskases tend ing toward tho comploto Russifying of Fin land create a fooling oC Intense discontent which is ripening into a revolt Tho Empe ror offered King Oscar as tho price of Swedens entry in tho DrcHntnd a prospect ive restoration of Finland Prince Bismarck in giving the Novm Vcrmya correspondent a second interview deplored tho menacing aspect of affairs and said that ho felt it nowmoro than ever his chief duty to try to assumetho peace of Europe lie asked should Gerr many continue to regard Russia asvtior in evitable enemy At the present moment ho said absolutely no reason existed for a war with Russia and an attack on Russia by tho Germans was inconceivable on any good grounds Germanys energies ought to be concentrated in dealing withthedan gers of The whole tenor of the Interview suggests that Bismarck is un reconciled to tho Kaiser and will become a formidable opponent hi any Jinoof In voi vi n g a qu ar r el w ith Russia c t Socialistcommittees have entrusted toHerren Bebel Liebkcnecht Singer and Auer the preparation of a plan for reorgan ization of the party to be presented to congress which meets in is Soliopper forbodes increasing friction between thesections of the party The extremists aro impatient afc Bebdls and Liebkenechts pacific policy The operationperformed by of Vienna on the eyos of the Shahs wife has proved unsuccessful and she is nowtotally blind Buffalo Bills Wild West show showing M Herbott French Phelps AmericanMinister arid a number of other diplomats and Americanswere present at the opening The health commissioner insisted upon a general inspection before ho would sanction the opening of the exhibition ANOTHER rttTSSIAN PROIESE OoNSTANTiNOPLB July RUS sian Ambassador has presented note from Russia to opposingthe recent appointment of a Bulgarian bishop by tbo Porte The note Bulgarian Government is unlawful and the Porte ought not accede to its demand for recognition MILAN FINDSA VICTIM V PABIS July San Francisco Chronicle special dispatch from Belgrade tothis moiuiings Temps the most conservative and reliable paper in France announces rthatexKlug feelingthat he is legally free to marry again will to himself as wife a young American lady of great wealth whom be met last Paris The name of the lady is not tho truth of the storyis for The exKingrs affairs in a badly complicated condition in Paris and only a little while ago his creditors were clamorous to a point that threatened to de velop Into a scandal Milans personal debts in Parisi are said to exceed three million francs whichthe wealthy young American is expected to pay It is certain that some soothing in fluencehas been at work to creditors for whore a few were ready to Lve noisy and oirensiyj they have now say beyond every thing is being arranged to tiieir Inquiries at the Washington to verify the Temps dispatch ANOTHER GOVBRJ3ISNT UPSET Hard at Bueiios Ayres and Mnny Killed BUENOS AVRES July revolution brokeout heireth The troops in the garrison rebelled and nowgo ing ou All the shops are closed and1fight ing is in the streets Senor Garcia Minister of a pris oner by the revolutionists Desperate fighting is Many have been killed on lxtjrsides The in surgents are advancing toward the Iclacade La Victoria where Uic Presidents palace and the town hall are Presi dent escaped to Rosario p revolutionarygovernment is announced with Senor Aretn and Senorllomero as Minister of The authorities still hold therev olution movement is extending n President Celman has thexwhole Republic iu a state of Nationalv Guard has been called to arms ports are that five more battalions of the marine arsenal and a part of j have declared in favor ofthe revolutionists The postal and telegraph offices are sur rounded bVsoldiers The revolutionists are repoftedto have be d Halifax the Seventeenth July DispatchA San r Fr ancisco T ere Is oyer the coming tpithis garrisohi of the iSeventeenth A Hypnotic NEWPORT R July Francisco MrsParan Stevens it original gave Thursday which largest andmost novel afratr6f the From 10 oclock fessor Donato the noted notlsm held tbo fascinated by XaSCluZttUU i Ujv OSj ;