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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT OF SOIE11EDSSI la tho City Combined N THE MOST EXTENSIVE In the liocky Mountain VOL 108 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY MOBSTER JTTOY 29 1890 PHICE FIVE HSGUSSiNG THE WHIFF The Senate Devotes the Day to This Important Subject COGKBELL AND VEST IN OPPOSITION The Kevenuo Marine Bill Has to e a Kticlc HouflO Still ing tho Civil Appropria tion Bill exceodinp that specific gravity from 4 tou ounis pound Tho vote was Yeas 15 nays No quorum Plumb offered a resolution which was agreed to call ing on Secretary Proctor for Information as to the rules established for the admission to the Soldiers Homes if such are based wholly or in part on The amount of service and whether there uro oxceptions of those rules made and in and for what ceasons Senator Vest presented to tho Senate tho remonstrance of a large number of persona of St Louis protesting against tho passage of tho Federal Election bill Tho Suiialii bill appropriating for public buildings at Shoboygan was reported nndpliiecd on tho calender The Senate then adjourned that W Tuly Tn tho Senate tho bill pension all and men of battalion Missouri mounted raised during tho war with Mexico was parsod AUlrlch ollerel a resolution flxinfi the dally hoiiiof meeting at 1 1 a tn Jyalls an Mie of thw iiiornlnK hour sb closed at I oclock Allison lid not wish II Implied that the ScriuUi would dovdte two hours a day to tho morning buaiuosH InffiilSs said he dll wish Just such an Im plication AN soon the TarilV hill tho Appropriation bills anl the bill vrero PHHSCM Congress would undoubtedly adjourn promptly whatever was to be dorm botwccn now arid tlrno of adjournment in of the meas ure on liw ralendur would Imvo to bo done in rho morning hour There wore several hundred hills on tio calendar entitled io conslderiiMon Coelafll jiskod whwl was uflo of tho SciuiWpiiKslriu bllis the dlsilngu shod Kinlcnuiri liiclmrKo f the House did not givj any atUJiitlor to Micm There were now MM the llousn hundreds of bills passed by tho Senate and no aUon ilon wiispuUi to them Among them was tho bill refunding the direct lax Also two rficcntlV passed and regarded jn the otlior side of MKI chamber ts very Important measures the shipping Dills and thoy wore being left to sleep thfi sloop that Icnovis no House July House went Into Committee of Whole for tho further consideration of to tho sundry Civil Appropriation bill Tho recommendations of the Committee on Ap propriations were agreed to without much I friction and the bone of contention on Lho j Senate Irrigation amemlment being passed j over until tho other matters wore disposed or 4 I Cannon niarto a strong cfTort to throw nto the conferonct the Henaio amendment in i creasing tho appropriation for the pubilca j tlou of otliclal records of Mm war uf tho Ue I iKilllon from to but was I delcatijd Thu House deciding U concur I without disposing of all the amendinenU I the cornrnlLleo rose and House ad journed THE MERRY Desperate Fighting in the Republic of Buenos lyres A REGIMENTS FATAL MISTAKE Englands Lion Hoars and Americas Eagle Screams in Foreigners Must be The Provisional Government Win ning the Fight MORMONS KNOCKED OUT UKRRV OF IDAHO AIlOJNT SOIVKKVISOKS Ho Overrules tho Opposition to Pure and Sytnptoini of Nulii did not agree with Oockiell Ho his own ammunition In order flo that he couUt go homo with a clear record Tin1 resolution as to muotln was to tho the Senate shall adjourn it i p m Aldrloli moved to proceed to tlou o Lho Tariff bill That motion was by a motion by Gray to pro cotutto coiiHldoration of tho House hill for a t nun for of tin Uovemio Marino to tho Navy Pupiirtmorjt Tlifi was agreed nays continued his arguinent In op to the bill C0roll had not concludedhis speech when at J oclock the laid the Sonato the Tariff bill us uo business Ouy movti tocoiiMnuo tho consideration of Marino bill 1vosuU tho irletidsof revenue bill xOiiiuod but an hour and a half upoij itV iniomlcrt a majority all the rostof thotlmo Tt an evident to tho Suniito as it tho purpose had boon au that tho tlnio bad occupied Ior thu oirposo oC provontlriy a vote On tho iiHasuro That only Indicated wuat he be Hovoil In tliu Tieuissslfcy of Vho previous In tho Sumilu or some way to pre vent tho Senator from gttttiris up every morning three or four mornings in suo oC iloik of tho Tvoasury Department Vvhy should not a vote bo taken on tho If there la a majority of the Senate Iu favor why should it not bo permitted to say so TUO Senator from Omlo Sherman hail made four speochos upon tho bill and in oourso of thorn had read tho same Jtlon toil articles wltli which thu Senator from Missouri bad occupied tho last three moni Ingt In reading FlniUly Grays moMor was rojeotcul by a vote of It H Tho bill was then taken up and Vest tho Senate In opuo to it The advocate1 of high tariff legislation ho said were confronted by great peril Thoio was groat depression In 1Tloutural Intwostrf and emphatic do of tho farmers for something besides lying statistics and frothy declarations had cruised President and Blaino to unxo upon vongr vis legislation for subsi dies to and for trea ties with South Amerlea1 Status In order to obtain a foreign marker for American pro duct Very Httlo was heard now of u homo market but a yreal deal of South Auioriean markots So at Jast tho protectionists had boon driven from tholr hurnbu about homo market and were forced to adopt the principle of 1roo commercial Intercourse whlch they had so long opposed and doridcd Vest wen on to critlolso tho provisions of the ponding bill that are supposed to bo for tho benefit of thu farmers ind said vuat thO farmers wanted was Iho opening and enlargement of a foreign market for tholr surplus wheat ouvn pork and a decrease of the UtrliY duty clothing hardware tins other necessary art kilos daily and incessant use by the farmer and hisfamlly Tlio ponding bill de clared was to repay to tho millOwners tholr contribution to campaign fund or tho Republican party during the last presiden tial canvass and as tho planters of tho South wore Democrats the duties on North ern maiuifncturjis were Increased while tho rleo WHS diminished The con nailii JEW sumers of tho United Suites woro being sys tematicallylaundered under the pretense of protection to homo no fur concealment was possible The truth was at last revealed The manufacturers who t wore persistently asking higher duties to i exclude foreign woro avaUlng j themselves of the monopoly given by the exclusive tariff to charge the people of this county from i0 to per cent their goods than they could soil tho sumo articles fur In the unprotected markets of woikl It was no longer protection but pure simple nuked plunder The Aniori 1iins boasted of their free liberty and equality But vrho ho ask ml call himseif a free man save In mockery when by the course of law proceeds of his life and labor wero unjustly taken TO enrich another Turpio addressed the Senate briefly nu resolution to row mm It the bill with instructions to report a bill with In structions to reduce the revenue the duties on In which the average ad valorem rate of duty on all dutiable articles shall not exceed the avec age Hi valorem war tar 11Y rate Inly to the District Court this morn ing United States Attorney Wood presented petitionsfrom leading citizens of Birigham Hear Lake Onelda and Cassia counties re questing tho appointment of United States supervisors of wloction The applications wore signed by antiMormon Democrats as woll and were made for tho purpose of keeping fcho Mormon vote from registration James A Hardloy ap poarecl and resisted the applications stating that ho appeared as an otllcor of tho court and as a representative of ono of tho political parties he being a member of tho State Democratic Commit tee Also that ho had been requested to appear by ono of the County Committee of his party Tic stated that ho and hla party wanted a fair election Init made a long and animated argument against the jurisdiction of the court to appoint supervisors This Indicates an Intense dcslro to prevent any supervision of the registration and election and entirely open for as many Mormons to register and vote as presented themselves r Judge Berry decides In favor of his 1uris dlotloA and will appoint supervisors for all Morten conntija tomorrow This action of tho Democrats is significant is considered that the election of ficers arc in Llioir hands or In the hands of Iho Mormons for tho four counties named Several prominent Democrats were in at tendance among them Jones of tho State Democratic Committee 7 Ed Smith who as assistant attorney two years ago caused tho arrest of all loading Ecpublicans and antiMormons at this placo for attempting to prevent tho Morrnots from voting in this county Tt has been eloar for some time that tho Mormons intend to vote and uow certain that tho Democrats in tills county Intend to secure that vote Judge Berry holds llrst that the jurisdic tion of a District Court of a Territory to exorcise this function of a Circuit Judge of tho United States Court is undisputed Second that by tho adoption of tho Con stitution the people annulled all powers of tho territorial Courts from and after tho qualification of elected judges and up to tho time of such qualification loft them In ail respects intact ernment and i Third that this action of the people Con callinK for a r greasconfirmed Fourth that the District Judge of tho State of Idaho provided for by the Con stitution shall have been elected and quail July Times dispatch from Buenos Ay res says President Cotmans police and cavalry sullered terribly in attacking Civicas and troops yesterday Tho pro v sional troops reopened heavy artillery firo at dawn Sunday on the troops under vice president Peillgrlni A terrible mistake occurred duringtho fighting the Eleventh regiment suddenly turning in favor of tho provisional government approached the ar tillery and before they could make their friendly intentions known to the insurgents they wore mown down In a narrow street Thw Minister of War was wounded and tho Minister of Finance taken prisoner Colonel JUarmondia Major Campos and many other officers were killed and the commander oC tho iiremcn was shot by his own men A short was held at noon and anef fort was made to stop butchery The armistice lasted one hour At 1 oclock the ships began firing on the Govern ment house PolliRrinj having refused to ac cept thu terms of provisional govern ment Tho CIvica Union two tug boats and tho gunboats Cannonade The British jjuiiboats Beagle and Bramble have arrived to protect the Eng lish inhabitants 2 p wholonavy has declared in favor of tho Provisional Government Tho Patagana is bombarding the Government house and tho shelling President Cetrnans residence Tho gunboats com mand tho railways from the North j p Government troops surnod licjng The streets leading to Plaza Mayo are blocked with bales of hay Col ma offered terms to CivlcVs troops promising riot to proceed against tho Civilicens upon surrendering andto permit tho ofilcers supporting Civicas to resign The troops of Civicas sliow no signs of yielding Cetmans troops tried to carry the artillery positions of Civicas but were repulsed with heavy loss p war sTiips have ceased bom barding Bulletins announce that the revo lution has triumphed It is certain that the Provisional up to the present have the best of the Hghtiris 9 p have occupied tho houses aroimd the Mayo and placed light artillery on the phiza The demands of the Civ ica union have beeu reduced to that President Cetman resign The fleet lies a good way oul with up ar mlstioo has been extendeduntil Pmsfdenb Qetman3 oiliclals assort that the Civicas are treating for surrender but this is disbelieved Fortysix cannons have arrived for Cetroans forces1 also 1200troops have instructed the commauclersof the and Spanish gunboats if the fleet resume bom barding to protect the oity jointly that it is contrary to the rules of warto bombard an open city without notice The chiefs of the Union Olvica have rejected Cetmans terras The troops decision with vivas Firinghas been resumed A PASSENGERS sxoitv NKAV YORK July Dispatch Francisco Chronicle tho steamer Umbrla was one who left Buenos Ay res July He said When Ilett Buenos Ay res there had boon several public or civic meetings hold there at which revolutionary speeches woro made One of the meetings I attended It was held at tho public grounds There were probably fifteen or twenty thou sancl persons present A M Arom presided andtho speeches wore of a fiery nature Ono cause of complaint was over the issu ing bonds Such bonds in tho province of Bueiios Ayres alone Issued of The meet ing resulted in a denunciation of the Gov reformation of its ways After meeting I saw sailors and soldiers armed with llominston rifles and with ixedbayonets onguard around Pres ident Oilmans residence The crowd in the streets was something amazing while the iiedn tho District Courts of tho Territory of j p00pi0 surged toward tho Presidents house Idaho continue with all their former jurisj The guardspushed them backjit tho point A i n mii In 1 f 11A diction and power FKO31 OVICK THIS SEA Cjiblo Intelligence From the Old AVorld July tho House of Lords tonight Baron Strahedan raised tho ques tion as to whether the oflieo of Premier ought to be combined with that of Foreign Secretary Lord Salisbury replied that GladAtotio had assorted it was impossible for one man to discharge thoduties of both oilcua unless possessed of superhuman energy This might bo true when tho Pro mior was loader in the Commons but when the Premier was In tho Mouse of Lords tho case was different IX TUBHANDS Ob LONDON July correspondent of tho in Macedonia describes a prov as In the possession of The officials he says are leagued Avith tho bri gands and thoir booty and tho lives of OurlitUins avo held as nothing tie instances a number of outrages KXTOI TUK nEVOLUTION PARIS July members of tho Ar Company in this city publish a note Vciitc the revolution iu Buetios Ayres because thoy say President tojnurns financial polici lias ruined the public credit and private fortunes PASSKO THIKD READING LONDON July Heligoland bill passed its third reading in the House of Commons today of the bayonet lasted for a while until a rifle was discharged and the crowd scampered to seek shelter wherever they could The been discharged acci GKBEX GAINS A POINT Will this to show what the feeling has been for the past months It was thought that President Cilniah would be hauled out of his house aYid severely han dled Then Uriburn was made Financial Min ister He started in 1or thorough reorgan ization The new FiuancialMinister asked for the resignation of tho president of the National Bankand several other high oiliclals but President would not support him in these requests This re sulted inUribiirns resignation Senor Gar cia whom the cable says the revolutionists want succeeded by Seiior Romero as Min ister of Finance was then appointed Gar cia was for many years president of the National Hypothecating an institu tion that has Issued cedulas or land bonds in enormous quantities aggregating fabu lous sums of moucy Hois a very efficient man but a terrible paper Curios PolUgriui tho vicepresident who holds the governmental reins now that Oilman has is an excellent man and I have no doubt that eventually ho will be corno President Tho country itself is one of wonderful resources In fact I do not know of any country or any section of coun try that promisesa moro brilliant future The great and only trouble is too much pa perIts business men in a state of uncertainty day We need moneydown there that is ready money Even workmen and clerks are paid in paper that conies into their hands today at one price and tomorrow has dropped several points cantget enough money for our wants suit everything 1 comes from London I declared hhnswlf as not satisfied with tho instructions If there was a choice to bo between the pending bill and the Morrill tariff of 18GJ ho would the MonllI tariff but as the pro imsed instructions woro shnpb an expression of opinion of that Rroatleador of the people who majority of tho people for his retention the sehomo1 would be an imposition of lower duties on thlags in general use and of higher rules on articles of luxury and total sum of tne levy not to exceed necessary expenses of the Government and the interest on the National debt The Questions were taken on a wotlon torecommit and wasdefeated by party Ysas Tiie reading of the bill by paragraphs was Vlien begun The first schedule being that as to chemicals oilsand paints Y McPhersbn inoveclto reduce the tariffop acetic or specific 1471000 r cents to lcent per the Uiiion T i oo V4 j merchant who WXSKWOTO July a moerflns of ito mo must pay hlscroditors for it in thoSenate Committee1 on and Postroads today the Postal Telografph bill prepared at tho Postofflco DepartmJnt was again considered The proviso as to the eleventh section was stricken out Avas by Mr Greene of tho Woatprn Union Company in his befoicithc VIonse Comuiittee a tthcv proviso would operate to shutout his eompiny from bidding for the Government business and upon this being shown to tho comijiittee to day it was voted that tho proviso stricken out He Must Not July A photographic copy j of thowiH of the late A Davis filed in Court today ling copy of Tho in thtjSilverllow court praying that John A be appointed The the argument appoalfrom tho District Court was postponed until Oe A Davisforbidden coxirt ad mlnistiat6r gold The merchant has a hard time of it We are not a manufacturing country and therefore have to for our The wants now to issuo niore paper Tho peo ple dont want it howv is perfectly so far as redeeming the amount of issues It repudiate1 i President CilmaiLis a headstrong fellow and will have own way at all hazards Ho taken excellent his f rionds other ways does not come off until vQeroberj 1302 and Buenos viVyres are not willing to wait to difficulty the polish Infact the ithel6cti6n iope or inter6r I pr d iff erent States people the of the ana are control are people Thtaa5or present time S tiitesv jpf f es t iivo S f nf fi h v ei ri ut th e and they are already planning to control the election of 1392 for this rea son but overcome in that revolt hav ing the army against them This time that portion of tho army stationed at Buenos made common cause with the citizens and is on the side of the SUSPENDED The authorities have notified all telegraph companies whose lines connect with tho lines of this country that telegraph com munication will be suspended until further notice AN OFlICIATj DISPATCH WASHINGTON July telegram was received this morning by the acting Secre tary of State from Minister Pitkin at Buenos Ayres stating that a revolution of arms was in progress the army divided and a siege de clared THE GRIEVANCE Of TRE REBELS LONDON July from Buenos Ayres states that the leaders of the revolutionary movement belonged in that city They woro incensed that tho best positions under the Government given men from tho Province of Cordova Tno dispatch further says that Roca will probably assume the presidency as it is be Jievoil he is tho only man capable of re storing confidence Previous to arranging an armistice tho warships which had just joined Iho revolu tionary movement bombarded the loyalist s tro n g SAN SALVADORS STRIFE OB FRENCH IN ZIOM From Denver icai Fraud fell and was apparently doad but when Thomas went up to him TO examine the body Logue raised his pistol and exohiim Ill iearn you to be a little inors curo ful how you approach a gontcman to shake fired ut Thomas sbootuig him The et arm The next minute the outlaw wasdoad SETTLED IN FIVE ROUNDS PRESIDENT BAKILLAS APP15AKS TO BE IN DEEP TROUBLE Six Thousand Indians Will Join in tho liyau Tries to Arbitrate the Question SOLVED AFTER THIRTY YEARS How a Liquor Dealer Met His Death a Husband Was Put Out of the Outlaws Last Shot Crimes CITY OF MEXICO July jTRinTjNE Dis San Francisco Chronicle Scries Confirmatory dispatches liavej here via Veva Crux and LaLibertad Sal vador of the revolution in Guatemala An uprising took place in the department of Chlciiiimula on Friday last Tho military were called out and ordered to on the mob Tho soldiers who numbered 400 re fused to kill their friends and relatives and threw down their arms Many1 of the sol js have joined the revolutionists and a general uprising against the Barillas Gov ernment socms imminent The western part of the republic in the vicinity of Quezclte appears to loyal to Barillas as ho is from that part of the coun try A private dispatch received here today from Guatemala fully confirms the victories oC Exetas army in every encounter with ibe Guatemalan forces though in every case it fought against superior Five bat tles have been fought three iu Salvador and two in Guatemala besides arniuuber of skirmishes on the outposts The first was fought July 17th in Salyador General Saiicldval GolQuel Dr Trabinps refugees from Guatemala have returned lor the purpose of causing in ternal against The Salvador aus still in Atascatern 1m ac cording to the most recent dis patches and will not retreat ont stronghold unless there is treaty Is United States and probably Mexico that insures perfect freer clqm action under constitution of their country thousand GeneralRevas should have aiiived today on the Guatemalan frontier These Indiana are semicivilized and are armed with rifles and knives Their endurance is to that of the Apaches while it is though tiby Guatemalan Minister herethat they will reinforce the Salyadorian Atascatcrnba Seiior Pau confidential agent of Salvador says they will divide inbands barrass the Guatemalan army in different parts of that republic and prove valuable aids to the regular army as scouts Tho report that owing fact the Salvadorean army had thing in their march to will be obliged to fall back to the Salvadorian forts near the River for the lack of pro visions is denied It is stated op good au thority that commissaries are furnished the army in Guatemala from Salvador some thing if it be true which is entirely un known in Central American warfare where the army is expected to live off tho country Thomas Ryan United StatesJMinlster has been a very active man here today He lias been closeted with confidential agent Pau of Salvador and subSecretary of foreign relations of Mexico presumably on business connected with the settling of tho present difficultiesiii Central America amicably Mexico has sent a corps of engineers to the Guatemalan frontier to make plans of tho country in case Guatemalaattempted war on this country Seiior Oastellanas Spanish Minister here has been informed that Spanish warships have been ordered to Central America NO OFFICIAL July Still no advices have been received at the from Minister Mizner as to the American a meager cable gram which arrived Friday afternoon stating that consternation prevails at Guatemala owing to rumors of the defeat of the Guatemalan troops In this cable uram Minister Mizner remarked that he had not heard from the Department for ton days The State Department officials think this singular for within that period of time1 no less than live cablegrams have been dispatched to point to tho suppression of these cable gramsby tho Guatemalan authorities1 for clearly Minister Mizner had not received any of them when he cabled the Department last No stops have been taken at Depart ment about recognizing the provisional Government of Salvador General Ezeta The Department is however very anxious to see the existing differences be tween Guatemala and Salvador come to an end Minister Mizner has been authorlzecl on the part of the Government to olTer his peaceful oilices as mediator in tho dispute To usethe words of Secretary do not know officially that war even exists had no ofiicial notice of the factfrom either party to the alleged Mexico takes tho same view of thesitua tion which is held by the United States and wants to see1 tho Central American settled amicably if There canr be no doubt that Salvador is sure Qf of Costa Rica worst conies to worst and this opinioniseh tertained at the State ENTHUSIASM IT MEXICO CITY OFMEXICO July There isgreat1 among Salvadorians Rivas with from Cogutepeque army of another defeat Guaterpalians who are still retreating The Salvadprians are advancing r V OFFER OF NEW A morningpaper says arrangements were completed yester day in of Guatemala for ayurchasa of stand of It alsbrsays an of 2000 trained soldiers been tendered that ral Baise itisalleged acknowledged that offers of assistancQhave been He saidone man Missburr Infantry offered re cruits withintwo weeks time have topsail He saysprivates and AV iU benien who aTms ariiltseeir of laot u ai figb h e ci vi I war hHelaehevea with 3000 aU DENVER July to News says there are quite a number of people in Denver who were swindled out of sums ranging from to not long ago by a quack doctor who was said to go under tho name of Dr French although ho is de cidedly English They laid their case fore OiTicer Wiffgins who claims to have lo cated the gay and festive fraud in Salt Lake City through the following advertisement which is now running in some of tho Salt Lake papers A stair of eminent English physicians and surgeons have arrived in Salt Lake City and are permanently located at their residence No 135 East First South street l who visit these eminent doctors before August 1st will receive their services until September 1st free of charge the only favor desired is a recommendation from those whom they cure They treat all diseases and deformities but in no ease will an in curable case be accepted If your disease beyond all hope they will frankly tell you so they also caution you against spend ing any more money for useless treatment Rememberthe date go early for their cer are crowded from morning till night Office hours from to S Sun days 10 a rn tO3 p m 1 government staff of English phjmlcians and surgeons is incorporated by an act of the Officer Wiggins said to a reporter that tho way that Dr French began to gull peo ple was through an advertisement similar to the above He agreed to attend anyone froe who came on July 1st and would rec ommend him to their friends Tn nearly crverycase he would look at the patient and no matter what the symptoms were ho would tell them they hadkidhey complaint He pretended to make a specialty of femaJo weakness and after consultation he would set a price and then tell them to come next day with the money Ho would then givo them some medicine and tell them to call again in a week His sauve manner and affected captured a good many credulous people He had a great way of saying Ha ha you11Americans dont know hauything about medicine dont oherknow your doctahs hare liall He captured the shekels of a largonumber of peoylo and after putting them all off until a certain his grip and faded from view andf roni Denver I am pretty sure that he is now in Salt Lake as said before peo ple will the expense of bringing him to Denver to answer to the charge ofdefrauding AN OLD CHIME UNEARTHED BOSTON July Dispatch San Francisco Clironide murder mystery of thirty years standing has been solved by the deathbed confession of tho and the mysterious disappearance of a rich Boston liquor dealer is thus ac counted for t On tho night of December 13 1850 James Martin started from his placeof business with the intention of walking bridge to his home inChurlestown That was that was seen or heard of him until the story of His murder was brought to light a few days ago His dog appeared on wet and with blood on his col lar andhead butthat vas the only clue to the cause of his As he was known to have a large sum of money with him on the night he it was be lievedtliatho had been murdered but as his body was not found his case was in cludedin the 3ong unsolved mys Edward Callahan returned from Califor nia a few days a solution of tho mystery and theory that Martin murdered for his money In 1885 was in the southern paft of New Mexico in the employ of the Paciiic Railroad Company One eyeningwheii walking along the track he came upon a very delapidatcd tramp who was dying He said his name was TIpMc Baugblin and knowing that death was at hand he gave Callahan a history of his life whichwas a continual story of crime His murderous careeriu th e AY est created qiiite a sensation and he escaped from death through milnential Masonic friends In he got into the Masonic order and made hisboast thai he had got the and grip and nov hewas all right Afterwardshe killed a man in Sacramento was tried and convicted and sentencedto be When lie was taken out of court officer in charge of him said McLaughlin I guess well take adrink Llock you so they went into a saloon and McLaughlin sat down to play stud horse poker for the drinks while the officer looked on Lretty going out the back door ute He did so and the officer did not catch got down to San Francisco and there he trading schooner going down thecoast and thenwent off into Southern California in one of his talks witlyMcLaughlin spoke of returning to his hVniie in Boston and that broughtout the confession of the murder in Tlie story in Callabaris Hte asked if I remembered anything aboutthe disappearance of a man named I did not remember much about It I had heard my cousin who was a Martin speak of it Then he told me that he was one of the helped kinVMartin him overthe old Charlestown wharf lie said that Martin had a dog with him and animal fought so hard that they had to throw him overboard defend themselves and A HUSBAXD IN THE WAY NEW YOKK July Bpuchette an Itjhan shot and killed Francisco aged 30 yeais at New Hcchelle this after noon Frank was married about seven months ago to a young Italian girl md Bouchette has been infatuated Mrs for sometime This afteinoon Bou chette went to Franks house and advised Mrs Frank to leave her husband and go and Ine Rith him Frank oidered Bouchette outol the house and attempted to put him out when Bouchette drew a revolver and filed four shots at Frank killing him in stantly AN OUTLAWS LAST SHOT KANSAS CITY Mo July 28 States Deputy Marshal BicU Thomas who has laeen sent into the Comanche Nation Indian with a warrant tor the arrestJor murder Jess toguc one of the Territory outlaws met his man near iAuttdarko yesterday and ordered Foi reply the outlaw ftred on Thomas but missed him The officer re turned the shot with fatal effect Logue MILLIONS OF MOKMOXg An Improbable Story by a Fran cisco Paper SAX FRANCISCO July Tho Clircnida says it has been asoeruihied although only worth of property belonging to the Mormon Church was found by tho United States Marshal in Utah when in structed to all Mormon funds from live to eight million dollars of Mormon capi tal is invested in San Kruncisio ami other California cities money has boon invested in real estate anl enterprises under the names of who have investments not apparently for the church but for themselves This method has been adopted with the hope that the United States tind no trace of the money Tho Mormon capital invested here has been handled by the Pa cific Bank and the AngloCalifornia Bank K II McDonald of the Paciiic Bank admits his bank has handled Mormon funds but refused to make public tho trans actions Bishop Clawson of tho Mormon Church is in the city and denies that Mormon capital is invested here He been associated in financial transactions with Alex Budlarn and Isaac Trumbo of this city for the past year Trumbo is now in Salt Lake City and Badlarn denies tho Chronicles story Bob Fitzsiramons Defeats Arthur ham at few Orleans HOBOKEN POLICE INTERRUPT A FIGHT Ton Eyck Wins the Professional Con solation Match at Saratoga St Pnul terdays Baseball Record PUEBLO HAS A MYSTERY PECULIAR CIRCUMSTANCES ATTEND ING A TEAMSTERS DEATH James Mooney tho Dynamiter Drowned While Fatal Collision in tho Now Manchester Ship Canal PUEBLO July Special to THE Yesterday a fast freight on the Denver Rio Grande ran over a man three miles north of Pueblo The engineer saw him lying across the track as ho ap proached but was too near to STOP his train iu season to save him Tho whole train passedover himaud mangled his body fear fully strewing his remains along the track for several hundred yards in a sickening way The mans name was sound to be Jo seph Foust and he was a driver of a freight wagon for the Pueblo Brick Tile Company The coroners jury yesterday brought in a verdict of accidental death He leaves a wife and several children There is a mys tery connected with the mans death and a great many people think it was a murder instead of an accident Last week he re fused to go out on a strike with the other drivers employed by thecompany and the strike failed in consequence of his action It is said ho was not a drinking man is thought his body was placed ou the track MOONEY NEW YOKK July Associated James Mooney the dynamiter drowned iu the surf at Far llock away ou Sunday Mooney attained his greatest pub lic no torietyafew years ago by anattempt to blow up the British steampship Queen while she wasat her wharf in North river MootiQy was sent to the lunatic asy lum He was recently released on certificates of physicians Since then he has been engaged 11 book canvasser He was in needy circumstances and it is a question whether his death was suicidal or accidental Mooney is credited with being concerned in the Clerkehwell and other dynamite explosions which ter rorixeil London soineyearri lie was a man oflinGeducation and atone time was secretary of the Irish National Land League A PBARrUTj MANCHESTER England July Asso ciated A Jcarful accident has just happened in the Now Manchester ship canal Two through some unex plained stupidity of a switchman collided Ten workmen were instantly killed and sixty others injured of whom it is said will certainly die The news spread throughthe city very quickly and the greatest excitement prevailed Later Only four persons were killed by tne collision today A COLLISION AT SKA BALTUOKB July The steamer Vir ginia this evening collided with tho excur sion steamer on which fifteen hun dred excursionists The col lision occurredoff five miles from Baltimore the collision resulted from the efforts to avoid a schooner in tow of a tug boat Both vessels were badly damaged Many excursionists are missing and somepain fully injured Three bodies were recovered up to 11 oclock ItissuppcSsed many others were lost A FALLING While men were placing a a new railroad bridge near here bent broke and fell striking a barge containing twentyfive men One was and two fatally hurt A VILLAGE1 BTWJnSD LONDON village of Braein Scotland was nearly destroyed by lire to day Many buildings were destroyed and four were any many persons injured July Up ham of Connecticut and Bob the Now Xoalanner fouphL before the Audubon Athletic Association ronight for a uvelvohundreddollar purse Upham was at Fitzsimnionss mercy Tho fight could have been finished in the second round but Fitzsimmons took tho matter easy Upham was game and insisted on fighting after all chances wore gone He was knocked out in tho fifth round A PENNSYLVANIA All EX YOUNOSTOWN Ohio July Francisco Chronicle At daylight this morning Jack Bates and Ronbcn Margate both ironworkers em ployed in a rolling mill here had a prlzo light for a purse of across tho Stato line at New Bedford When time was called a crowd of between 300 and 400 was in attendance Bates led out and Hargato replied with a stinging blow Bates came up smiling nnd struck Hargate a Sullivaii righthander on his neck that knocked him out When time was called Margate was unable to respond and the light was awarded to Bates STOPPED RV rni NICW YOHK July fifteenround match between Charley Smith who claims the championship of England and Sim Col lins of Now York begun at TToboken to night but was stopped by the police In tha eighth round before either man had secured any decided advantage ROWING AT DULTTTn DOTAJTIT July a delay of two hours on account of rough water tho following oarsmen got in position for tho professional consolation race Ten Eyck Wise and McKay Tho race was an interesting one ITamni Wise McKay being distanced The course was three miles with turn The Kaces SARATOGA July race three quarters of a won Seypote second Vidette third Time Second race milo and a Golden Keel won Puzzle second Australits third Time Third race won Bagpipe second Belle of Orange third Time Fourth rase maiden won Cascade Tom Time Fifth race won Little Crete second Major Tom third Timo Sixth n B Ballyhoo second Geneyieve Time AT ST PAlin ST PAUL July three fourths of a won Michael sec ond Liulitagow third Time Threeyearolds Hid upwards peak won Cashier second Prince Fortu natus third f Time Twin City stakes threeyearold fillies mile and a rieltcr Skelter won Louisa Forrest second Lindsay Time All ages Kid won Pole nms second VJco Regent third Threeyearolds and upwards raile and a Knave won second Verge DOr third Time The Players BrothcrhoodL CHICAGO The local Brotherhood team defeated Brooklyn this afternoon in a sharplycontested Ktimti re quiring eleven innings Attendance 2100 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 Brooklyji 1300 000 10 Brooklyn 10 cago 8 Brooklyn aridFar rell Weyhing and Kinslow und Pierce PITTSBTJItG The Brotherhood game was a pitchers contest today ixnd the homo team won by timely ting Attendance HOO 001 20 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 New York 5 bnrg 2New York aad and Ewing and Jones July The plant of the Monitor Plow Works burned this aiteiuoon entailing a loss ot Fully insured THE WORLDS FAIR Protests From Cattlemen and Others Against the IJake Front Site SPRINGFIELD 111 Ju ly Tod a cir cular reprinted from an agricultural paper was placed cm the desks of the mcni hers of both Houses of the Legislature and several hundred copies were left at theoffice of the StateBoard of Agriculture for distribution It vigorously opposed use of the lake as any portion of the site of the Worlds Fair has been received from the live stock paper of Cheyenne also pro testing against the use of the lake adding that was bulldozed at the last meeting of the Commission in Chicago out will not be at the next Secretary Shaffer of the Iowa State Board of Agricul ture has telegraphed to the Secretary of the Illinois board that it a doublesite is finally chosen low a w ill make no agricultural bibitb at the fair Telegrams urging the the State Board to do all in its power to secure i tingle site have also been received from otbei representatives m Western cities D 1 Smith expresi dent of the National Stock Growers acd Live Stock Association of the TJmted bsates and one of the alternate Commissioners said today that the stockmen of the coun try with the agriculturalists were m favor of a single bite but if it incumbent upon the directory to use the lake front for a portion of the bite and major part of it In attiactions as well as bulk is situated on the I5ke front with the agricultural exhibit be did not think be any general objection The Koxise and Senate met this afternoon but adjourned until tomorrow without transacting any important business The home team Brotbcrhood club today Attendance 6000 0 00 0 0 0 030 0 0 8 Cleveland 4 Boston 3 and Sutcliffe Eadburnand Murphy Ferguson aad Holbert BUFFALO To the great astonishment of nearly 1200 spetv tators the Bisons succeeded in winning the game today 1 0 08 1 2 0 20010 IO 29 Philadelphia falo 7 Philadelphia IJalligan and Mnck SnoH and Kallman Um Gallugy The National League CITICAGO Thft Chicago League team by their bit ting won as they pleased today Atteadance 1300 2312 IO 2 0 0 0 2 04 J9 1 Philadelphia S Cleracnts and Schriever Hutchinson and Kit triUge The Clevelands and Brooklyns played the first of the transferred fromCleveland here todav The frame was full of The outhattcd tbeir opponents Cleveland 1 020 0 4 0 8 Brookiyn 0 1 0 3 0 Q 0 0 Cleveland 12 Brooklyn 5 Cleveland 4 Brooklyn Bcatm and Ziminer Caruthers and Smith McQuade Welch proved a stumbling block fortbo local Loagueteam this afternoon Attendance 500 pittsbum ooo o o o o 2 o o o o o4 Pittsbnrg 5 New York 10 Pittsburc 0 Xew York 1 Baleer and Decker Welch and Clark Umpire Attend Rev Dr Pryor RICTUCOSD J Tuly Dev Tbco doric Pryor JDD the father of General Roger A died luSt aged CINCIXNATJ The Boston League by b jnching of hits m the sixth mnmg Alice 2100 Cinolunxti 0001000001 Boston 0000020002 5 Boston 0 Cmciiinati 0 Boston 6 acd Harrmgion Kichols and Bennett The American 10BK BrooWyn 6 ColumbiM 61 Toledo 2 6TTKACU8K and to v HARBIBB0KG July of the Johnstown Keltef n ;