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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT OF T ATT IPs ALLvlnhvuinhri v MlLlJj In tlio City Combined THE MOST EXTENSBVl In the Kooky Mountain Regions VOL 109 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY M AUGUST 2 1890 PRICE FIVE CEISTTS s TAS IAi IFF i The Democrats SIH Pleading forj Hie Dear PLUMB JGirJS THE TARIFF REFORMERS He Declares the Mftimfticturors Arc i in AUiicJf on the Lend House Without a Quorum WASHINGTON Aug Tn the Senate fld inimfis moved to correct thf journal of by rnukliigltstaUtho names of Sonators present whon roll wns first railed There was general opposition to motion which Wits defeated Jilalr nlTorud a resolution instructing tho j Committee on to report four i days a rnlo for the incorporation tho pro j vlous question or sumo of limiting and closing in parliamentary uroeod tiro ofthe Senate finrt iskod fur lin incdluHi consideration Objeetiun being iiKUlunn tho Mcrnuunitlo side it wont over until tomorrow Tho House joint resolution to Captain Ceorgo W Oavls of tho States Army to accept a position in the jMlcanigun Canal Construction Company wiu The Sotiato then proceeded to tho con sideration of tho Tariff bill resuming der tins head of load Tho articles of lithrag and nllnilo of lead wore to without hut to thu orange mineral pound Mr Vance ollered an nKlueing tho rate to conte in tno ronrso of tho discussion Viuwe expressed himsolf in favor of reducing all duties on ictii ard Us products although his own Htato was tho lead produoiriK Stalo tho Union In tho largest load mine In the Statoan Kiislorn man was this principal It declared last years divi dends amounting to S0 per cent but thb of tho employers had not been in une cent so that the claim that hiuh protective duties wore for the bonellt o7 the worklngman was a fraud and a chjmt from the It was notorious that wus a groat lead trust in existence nnd If tho Snnator from Ohio Sherman hud oousbaoni with Ills duclaratlun ho would bavo favored a reduotioa on load and all Its products To question as to whether a reduction of duties increased or dimin ished prlcoH to consumers and this of tho controversy developed partioulady on Morgan and Edmonds Jnlnlno was an article round which a dis putation rovolvod In tho course of it Morgan spoke of tho tap which tho Re publicans had placed on tho surplus draw In It all off arid making It Inevitable that tho Jovornment would bo a borrower before the end of another year asked unanimous consent that ryi the remaining paragraphs In tho ohernloul schodiiltJ none of tiien especially Import ant tho debate proceed under tho flvcniin utO3 rule Mdhorson objected Mcllierson spoke of the load trust which controlled tho entire load trade of tho country Ilo told of having met not long ago in a New York bank parlor tho owner of a lead mine who told him that triHi olVerod to purchase his interest How much is your plant worth MoPhorson duplicate it for Was the answer how much docs tho trustortor you A million how does Uio trust ox poofto bo able to pay you a million dollars for what is only wiirVh and pay dividends It proposes to Increase tho prloo of tho V Tho offer had been accepted and said MflMiorson the price has been iucreuscd to extent to enable tho trust to pay a divi dend on any amount of capital It sees fit to fix and yet in tho roniciMss of the United States thoro Is a Kreat political party claiming to bo llrst In inLollltHMico tlrst in patriotism list In tiee and in voting to put 0 rate of dutv on these load products that Is abso lutely prohibitory Jind that will enable this trust ov combination to Ux any prlco it phases and rob tho people to any extent it I Kinally tho discussion camo to an ond and a vote was taken on Vances amend liejectod by a party lil lav amendment ofTored by Vanco to ro duco the duty on red lend from li cents to 2 cents a pound mot with the name tiito luo taxing white lead at o conts a uound was on motion of Aidrlch amended by addlnc the words and paint con taining Vuuco moved to make tho duty on white load 2 coins pound instead Kojectod There was no siiiwstion as to the para graph as phosphorus tind blohromato and clirouuUe of potash Iirvrvph was amended on motion of Mdrich mnkliiK it read caustic or hydrate of reliud In sticks or rolhi 1 oout instead of con to Cavbonato sulphate potash and sponges were phuvd on t he free list Tho duly an sulphateof soda from onetenth of noont pec pound to 20 or ad ralorcm KinaHy the schedule was reached which refers t earthenware and giassware Mo riiersons motion to reduce the duty on ire brick votod with tho Demo crat the first broulc in the solid party vote iSiiiib having thus started in on his as sertion of independence of party allegiance so far as the TarltY bill was concerned to take Mcriiersons place in olTdilng ainendments Ills lirst two anioudUuints were u reduce the rates of duty on onjim oiled tiles and hydraulic cement After discussion they wore voteddown by the Uepublican piajority the for thom On the hydraftUo amendment iaddock joined Plutrib in voting with tho Democrats Jlclhcrson moved to reduce tho duty on ocmnion brown earthemvare from 25 to 20 nor cent id mlurcm 21 nays Paddock voted with the Bonio crats Plumb did not vote The next juoslion was on paragraph 100 relating to china porcelain and crockery ware the Committee rcconnuericl inii a reduction of the rates of the House bill from to 55 per cent ondecorated articles and from 5i to 50 per cent on blaln wlUte and undecorated ware moriibprs of tho KinuuH Committee Shcrmah and Hlsedck expressed their opposition to the Senate unieudments Allison supported them Vest moved to make the rates 45 and 40 per confc respectively Then Plumb took a prominent part In tho discussion Inveighing against the exorbitant demands of tho high protectionists Tho American pcoplu were entitled to have cheap goods if would bring thaD about When he asked Avas tho time coming when the people of tho United States soino benefit from tho establishment ol Just as fast as tho point arrived at which loirer prices the manttfacturers to CoiigrosH and said they wanted more duties the downward progress 6t might bo arrested He had noidea that what he might say going to affect the veto of the Senate lie cpuld the cohorts of protection woio so thobill to go through as it He bolleved in distributing tho duties necessary for tho purpose uf raising rovonuo for thu support of tho Unvernmetit in such a way us to equaiixc the conditions existing between the manufacturers of tills country and those abroad If ho were in doubt he would ro vilvo tho doubt in favor of the American rnaiuifactururs but If ho knew thu exact he would pur home and foreign on the sumo fooling pre elficly The Henate he continued owed somu duty to the American people as well an to the manufacturers Democratic party had Its full share of responsibility for iniquities of the present tariff and of that which was now proposed Tho Demo crats in the House had had an opportunity tho errors of tlie McKlniey Ijilf but they had sought evade the res ponsibility of their votes when by joining with the KepublicMiH who wens opposed to that bill they might have eliminated many of its errors lie could see the game of bat thdoor and shuttkcodc between free trade and protection constantly going on for the political advMitage of one side and tho per sonal advantage of the other and between tho two extremes the gjvsat body of Ameri can people were being crushed and ground Ho would apply that whoever de manded a tax for his own benefit should be ready to show conclusively that his interest was also the public interest Sherman replied to Ilumb He concurred With the Venator In the statemcpt that no proposition made to tax the people could bo supported unless there was good ground for it Ho wont on to speak of tho growth of the crockery industry in tho United States and said that such an industry was not to lie ignored and not to be refused any rea sonable demand The prices of chinawaro were loss now than tho duties were ten years ago Vest modified his amendment by making tho two rates on decorated china 50 and 40 per cent respectively The bill went over and tho Senate ad journed House motion of Taylor a resolution was adopted call Ing on the Secretary for copies of the report of the engineers in charge of the work of improvement oil Ualvcston harbor The Mouse then resumed consideration of tho Senate amendments to tho Sundry Civil Appropriation bill the question being on nonconcurring In minor Senate amend ments Rogers rose and being by the Speaker said he wished to submit a few remarks Jannon made the point that debate was not in order The Speaker was at inclined to question this point but after a brief debate in order to save time lie recog Cannon to move tho previous question Against tliiis protested and had quite an extended colloquy with the Tho remainder of tho afternoon was con sumed in a vain attempt to suuure a quorum and without disposing of tho bill the Mouse took a rocoss On a cull of the House today mem bers fliilod to respond Cannon has given notice that at the opportunity ho will ask action on the resolution revoking all leaves of adsonco excepting those granted on account of sickness A BRITISH A1M1UAJJ FETED ft j woman accepted money KSiFED BY A uuUrncoAn from him after her Newport in a Flurry Over the English ManoSWar B Dis San Francisco Chronicle The British menofwar Bollurophon and Comtis reached tho Inner harbor shortly boforb 10 oclock this morning Jusfc before reaching Fort Adams Admiral Watsons lag was run up by the Bolloroplum and then thu guns of tho ok for I roared out a welcome When the Bellerophon and Comus got within easy distance of tho torpedo station too guns at that port were llretl from tlio naval training station The menofwar quickly came to anchor and Captain Stutitou In command of tho naval training station and Commander lowoll of tho vcrpedo station at once sent inoruburs ul their stall and Colonel Mondon hall of Forl Adams dispatched his adjutant to Admiral Watson with his compliments and welcomed thniij Mayor lioggoshall ap peared on Dohalf of tho town and said a few words The information first sought was in rofer 01120 to Vrlneo George of Wales The Ad miral Informed several callers that at no timo did tho IVineo propose to come but ho was proceeding quietly under orders toward Halifax vStf fulhiii Iaunccfolio British Minister arrived with hist wife and daughter at Now York tonight and are guests of Wilton who gave a dinner tonight in their honor at which Admiral AVutson was present Miss was the principal guest at a luncheon given this morning by Mrs William C Whitney Tlio vessels will remain hero about a week or ten days Admiral Watsons stall comprises Flag 1ileulonaMt Trowbridgo aicl Secretary iMwuvd The commanding oflieer of Uio Kollerophon is Captain Charles Drury and of tlio Captain G L Atkinson THE WORLDS FAIR BMjL It Passes Both Mouses and the Ijesis Adjourns SiKisoFrKLD Aug House and Senate of tho State Legislature this evening finally pussed the Worlds Fair bill after knocking out the eighthour section Tills was dono after a long debate in both Houses and In Conference Committee the j oC that section holding that it WNS special legislation and unconstitutional Its friends finally consented to its elimina tion froiii tho bill on condition thur a joint resolution be adopted requiring the direc tors to make eight hours tho rule wag done and the Legislature adjourned sineHie CHICAGO Aug Park may bo the site of thu south division of the Worlds Fair Under the terms of tlio Park bill its substitution for Jackson Park may bo ncQossury The allowed to for making necessary Improve will not be enough by half or a third of what will be needed to drain fill and put in order 500 acres of unimproved ground in Jackson Park Washington Park is on high dry land it is asserted could obtain ample water communication witli tho city by connection with Washing ton Park is nearer tho citys business dis triot by four miles and has bettor railroad facilities than Jackson Park Forgers in the Navy NETY YORK Aug Francisco Chronicle veryprobable that some of crow of the tjnitod States warship who reached the Brooklyn navy yard on Wed nesday evening will be tried by courtmar tial on charges of forgery The alleged of fenses vero committed while the vessel was at Key West and for tha purpose of provid ing the perpetrators with spending money whou they reached New York An Objectionable Bill of Lading CHICAGO railroads leading east from Chicago excepting the Grand Trunk and today put the new uniform bill of lading against which there has a unanimous pcotest ou tho part of tho shipping interests of tlio country The Tcatlu chants aro very indignant and far as all business to the Grand The Gold NEW YonK Aug Brothers ordered In gold bars for shipment to Europe engaged this week A Denver Man Stabbed to tiie Street ith On A FATAL SHOOTING SCRAPE AT A Wild and Woolly Shots Three SIcn and Tries to Murder Reaiizcs Tfiat He Is Maiias Death Record or Crime Utah Aug Special to TRIB A shooting scrape took place in a saloon hero at i a ni over politics Allic IS rn morse m was shot in tha foot and John liimcr is rujiortod mortally wound od It is impossible to learn further particulars Grifnn Secretary of the Club was also shot MimOKlMCD hY A COURTESAN DENVER AUK 1 to Ida Jonua a notorious colored courtesan at oclock this aftiunoon nurrclered Stephen dimmer i white stonemason ncir tho cornor of Market arid Twentieth streets on tho sidewalk Officer Gruon was not more half a block away bub did not seo Uic nuirdoi Tie ran at orico and ar rested the Jones woman who said thu man tried to cut her and sho struck back with a loni dirk she hud on her person Tho wound on the dead jnan is in a pe culiar plairo to cause such a sudden doaUi Tho sharp blade entered the left thitfh and extended dowwarct for a distance of six inches did not breatlio his last until placed on a cotin the hospital at the City Hall Tho marts wifts lives at Hast ings and letters from her dated as late as July wore found anums a bunch of papers on his person The muidoross is now In the city jail pacing up and down her coll like a woman She declares that Zimmor throw a brick at her and then attempted to cut her with a knife for which she stabbed him Little credence is placed in her story OX TUB AMERICAN PTjAN LONDON Aug San Francisco Glirnnidc A shock ing doublemurder occurred in a barroom on Klngsland road in tills city last night which nil the daily papers characterize to day as an American A dis charged soldier named Hargan alias Har per quarreled with William Lambert and John Wheeler while sitting together at tho bar Tho landlord ejected them When outside Hargan immediately drew a Colts revolver and shot both men through the head they fell dead on tho sidewalk By standers attempted to capture tho murderer who immediately shot again killing the third man An enormous and excited crowd then gathered round Hargan who kept everyone at bay levelling his revolver and backing down the street No one had tho courage to make an attempt to capture him until Wil liam Knifton a brother of tho pmoiightor and another man grappled with him from behind Then began a desperate fight for llfo ITargan managed to iiro his revolver throe times into tho crowd without hitting Knifton or doing any Tho light lasted a quarter of an hour during which timo Ivnllton was nearly killed and llargan nearly torn topieces His clothes were stripped from him and when finally ex hausted and bleeding ho fell to tho side walk tho crowd stamped on him threw stones lit him and would have lynched him but for tho arrival of a squad of police Ho was picked up in a dying condition and Car ried to the station houso on a stretcher Hargan left a West Surrey regiment three months ago and went to New York in search of employment Ho was not successful in finding it and returned here a few days ago He ohiims that the dead men robbed him the night before and at tho station house in giving his deposition lie said that he had served them only as they would have been served In America for a similar oflcusa A UATTLK WITH TRAMlS Aug Officers Hasan and Ertilo had a desperate battle with a largo gang of tramps who spent the after noon drinking live kegs of beer near abridge In tho attempt to arrest them the oilicers shot tli roe of them mulcting painful butnot serious wounds The jnon were all locked up DEATH WARNINGS FROM LA JIAITIA BOSTON Aug 1 Thu Italian society La Mafia it seems has marked two well known Italians of this city as doomed vic tims These arc police oilicers John Kosatti and Goarchiri Oooohlara and both have re ceived their death warnings La Mali a has fortyfive members in Boston and the police by patient working have secured the of all Rosattis olVonso to this gang is that ho has been the means of bringing to justice several Italian murderers beside other of belonging to the same nationality It is through his activity in police matters that ho has brought down upon him the hatred and vengeance of La Malia in Boston Their animosity toward Cocchiara is due to tho part he took in the conviction of Guise Lucca tho South Boston Italian who shot and killed millionaire Cunningham in Mil ton on November 21 1880 while engaged in poaching on his grounds S TERRIBLEDESPAIR WILL COME TO AMERICA Hordes of Pauper Russian Jews Ex pectcd at New York NEW YORK Aug Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Series edict of practical banishment which the Czar has pronounced against the Jews in Russia will have an important eHcct in this country A prominent New York Hebrew says that a great majority of the banished million will make their way as soon as possible to Amer ica which is the only laud to which they turn with favor Many of tho immigrants will of necessity bo almost without means will first ame tho quest ion of their HdmiswibilUy under the law excluding all persons liable tu become a public charge Superintendent Weaver of tho Immigra tion Bureau says lie anticipates a repetition iu sumo worst form of the rush of Russian immigrants to this country in 1882 lie be lieves that 50 pur cent of them will corne to America The law for the exclusion of paupers was designed for just such emer gencies ns Superintendent Weaver says and 1 shall enforce it BJaine tit Ctipo May CAH3 MAY N Aug of State Hlainc arrived this evening and is stopping tunight at Congress Hall He re ceived an ovatiin from the people in the lobby on his arrival From tomorrow he will bo a guest of the President until their return to Washington next week THE ARGENTINESITUATION CETMAN ISSUES A FOOL ISH MANIFESTO AUBURN N Aug 1 Press J Recent developments have more th an confirmed the truth of the statement that Kemmlcr the condemned murderer is weakening daily Tho utter abandonment of all hope and the consequent realisation of his utterly lost condition never came to him with such terrible force as last night All night long as he tossed and tumbled on his narrow cot he cried aloud in despair it were ho moaned timo and again and his of all power to controlIlls fears was pitiblo to behold The cause of this sudden and unconquerable despair was of preparation hi an mdlacent room for the execution which the prisoner could riot help hearing through the doorway connects his cell with the chamber of A HARDENED yEMALH Ang Rachel Dates and cLeburn colored wore hanged here today for the murder of Auntst llonnls The1 wile of the murdered man who conspired with the ne td cause her luisbands murder watched from hercell indilleronee It issaid that shenvasin lovewtyh Leburn hence the murder She as awaiting trial now Ho Docs Not Appreciate tho Gravity of tho libic and Fall of tJio Kovolution H A UT f FiHlLLU The Sou of Joe Hooker Lowers tho Bile Record Cincinmiii 3 Rhinos HnLitijtnir CHinsosi uui Clomoius Uiu DALES AN UNEXPECTED SPURT Pie Paces a Mile in Fifty Thousand Dollar Korse Dies Montana Goclct Cup Yacht Race LONDON Aug A dispatch the Times from Ayros states that President Jelmau has issued a manifesto After speaking of the demand Cor his resignation made by tho leaders of the revolutionary movement he refers to the prosperity and liberty the country enjoys under his lie ignores the suavity and what his own journal terms rfchu errors of recent events in Buenos Ayres The manifesto attributes the sole cause of tho insurrection to tlio in sensate ambition of the local party in iJu ouos Ayreri which it says wishes to im pose itself upon the entire republic while prosperity peace arid security are repre sented by tho Dolman Government Even Celmairs own party tho dispatch says is aghast at the Presidents callous ness and his incomprehensible and vain ig norance of tho real gravity of the situa tion The manifesto concludes with an ex pression of eternal gratitude to the support ers of the Presidents authority and adds that the patriotic people bless them as the saviors ol the Government THU SITUATION TrNCHANaiCD The Times has the folio wingfrom Buenos Ayros The situation here Is unimproved The National and other taking advantage of the law postponing payment and wiUefisli only thesnmllest checks Per haps a financial crisis iii ay force Caimans friends including Kocca to forcibly compel Column to resign A OF THE BUENOS AVRES Aug At the beginning of the revolution General Luvalle took com mand of tho Government forces seconded by the Chief of Police Colonel I with 2500 policemen Until the 27th at 5 a tho revolution was tri umphant It was decided to graut a truce asked by tho Government till 10 a when fijjhtins was to bo continued It was not resumed it having been decidedto sbop firing to enter into a treaty While this was going on the Government was receiving troops from the interior On the tho iiring started again tho revolutionists being helped by sixrnenof war bombarding tho places occupied by Government troops causing damage of small importance Afc 4 p m the menof war ceased firing by order of the revolu tionists who abandon accord ing to agreement The leaders of tho revolution that this agree ment was entered into because of their want of ammunition The people are greatly discontented with these arrangements Some citizens and sol diers have even committed suicide Colonel Capdevilla has bceu obliged to have his leg amputated Colonel Campos Tboreve a rsvoluUonist is dead The chief leader of the insurrection was Leonard eru Alem THE CHICAGO CARPENTERS The New Bosses Association Breaks an Agreement CHICAGO Aug The lack of a gen eral attempt by tho Boss Carpenters Asso ciation to carry out today the policy em bodied in the resolution adopted last night was a surprise oven to tho Journeymen Carpenters Council About iOO members oi the Bosses Associatioii last night adopted a resolution refusing tho previously agreed upon advanced 2 cents an hour Of the 8000 journeymen dependent upon tho new bosses however only about 100 quit work today Whether or not a general strike will again be declared is a mooted question It is as serted by some that the council instead of advising a strike proposes to settle the matter in court as an agreement for an advance of rates after August 1st was en tered into with each employer individually In tho House of Commons LONDON Aug 1 In the Commons today Secretary Ferguson declared that no per mission had been accorded Germany to es tablish a protective tariff on Zanzibar He maintained that the Sultan had bound him self not to allow any trading monopoly within his territory AttorneyGeneral Webster replying to a question slavery to be law ful according to the law of a country over which there is a British protectorate it would be recognized as a legal status Ferguson confirmed the reports that the British African LakesCompanys steamer James Stevenson had been seized by au officer of the Iortusueso navy He stated the British Minister at Lisbon had been in structed to remonstrate with Portugal the seizure and demand the pun iOlty Li cense Inspector Enoch Kay is alleged to be missing money be longing to saloonkeepers in city knoW as Mrs Lcfevre Monroe street and her slashed to niffhtwith miner f rbnV Will butthe life Welch is a suitor1 dud it is said the ishment of those who seized the steamer The Persecuted Armenians Aug 1 The Ar menian putriaiiih has resigned Dispatches from Erwat say the condition of the Ar menian peasants in A washgerd district is miserable beyond description The petty Turkish officials urge the Kurds to pillage the The Christians throughout the district are praying Russia to intervene and deliver The Omaha Boodle Cases OITAHA Aug At the preliminary hear ing of the South Ornaba Council bribery cases County Attorney dismissed the charges against Councilmen Johnston and Burke ExCounty Clerk KoachvGhaiged with offering bribcS waived preliminary hearing and was held to the DistrictCourt General Fremonts NEW YORK Augl General Fremonts will was discovered chives of Surrogate Randoms It executed anddcpesitecl in the Surrogates office two days later in a sealed envelope Ho gives his entire estate t6 hiS V 3 A d vlri sora 6 p ts rcjf Jrora starvation average lOO NEWPOHT R the race for tho Goelet cup today by the New York Yacht Club the Volunteer won beating tho and The Races MONMOTJTIT PARK Aug Dis Francisco Chronicle Tonbroeck must have turned in ills grave yesterday afternoon If he didnt it is a wonder The record smashing perfor mance of liaveloo a fair sort of a colt at Monmonth Park was enough to give the famous old champion an attack of the blind staggers even though his shade roams about tlio fields of the equine hereafter wliorii the stinging spur and the biting gad aro unknown For years and years Tenbroeck held the mile record and though many horses made desperate efforts his was unequaled not to say beaten Some months ago how ever a California colt Kacine ran around the Washington Park track at Chicago cov ering a mile in 1 and the record that for years had stood unbeaten became a rec ord of the past but there were unbelievers that were of the opinion that the Chicago watches were built on a new and swift plan and that Racines record was open to okuos tion Tenbroeeks famous performance had stood so long before them that they believed that it had been beaten only on a novel and Chicago plan AfcMonmotith yostnrdayrhowever Racine s 7ecord and Tonliroocks former record for a mile were both thrown far into the shade when Kavoloo a sixyearold son of Joe galloped homo winner at the end of a mile contest for the Newark stakes in The spectators winked and blinked when the time was hung out and many for a mo ment refused to believe their own eyesight but there it stood and thus it will stand for all time or at least until such tumo when Salvator Tonny or Kingston or some one of the other really fast ones makes a mile over Monmouths straight away Then turfgoers may look to see a mile run not slower than for any one of tho champions mentioned should bo able to cover the distance over two seconds faster than Raveloe yesterday THE ANACONDA MEETING Burns Aug to TRIB summer meeting of the Ana conda Racing Association opened today with a fair attendance fine weather and a fast track VTV hundred yards dash Watle Cyclone second Bay Tom third Time won Tim Murphy second Carrie M third Daiaty fourth Time Purse of second Needmore third Trotting class three in Julietta 1211 Procrastination 3122 Boa Williams 233distauced AT SAKATOGA SAHATOOA Aug furlongs Stratagem second Woodbine third Timo Mile and 70 Crete TTOH Di lemma second Big Brown Jug third Time Six won Eminence second Zea third Time Fellowship second Happiness third Time Threefourths won Gen eviovo second Satisfaction third Time CLEVELAND Aug Grand Cir closed today The chestnut gelding Dales by Almont proved a sensa tion in the pacing race Ho finished fifth in heat Ho went to the front in the second and completed the circuit in duplicating the performance of Adonis on Wednesday Ho was laid up In tho third heat and could not takea suffi cient rally to win Twotwentythreo trot SI000 MoDall won Bawson second third Wonder fourth Time Twoseventeen pace Cricket won Dallas second Maggie R third Scioto Girl fourth Best time Freeforall trot Wilkes mm Susie S second Best time AT ST PAUL ST PAUL Aug perfect All Greenrod won Little Jou second tflora McDonald third Time Twoyear olds five Eliza beth won Anarchist second JRibler Chasm third Time Hotel Ryan and upwards mile and a Fortun atus Outbound second Miss Leon third Time All agej Light won Bertha second Rimini third Time Threeyearolds and upward mile and a won Lord of the Harem second Barney third Time TWO JTAMOUS HORSES DIE Paris the trotting stallion Duquesne record yesterday Ho was owned by Philip flacko of Now York and valued at George Alcxandreis Inez dropped dead near Paris while being driven She was valued at The PlayersBrotherhood BUFFALO The Brotherhood teams played a hardhitting game today in which Boston excelled Attend ance 1SOO Buffalo 0203230 3345508 18 Boston 17 5Uoston 4 Kccfc and Muck Gumbert Daly and Kolly Gairney and Sheridan PITTSBtrKG The game was close and Brooklyn winning by heavier batting Attendance 1000 Pittshiir 1 0 1 1 100 Brook 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 T Brooklyn 12 41 Brook vn 4 and Fields Weyhiug andKinslow and Jones CLEVELAlfD The Philadelphias bunched their hits today Attendance 3000 Cleveland 000000 000001304 0 Philadelphia 1 Batteries arid Sutclnte Bufliuton and Sallraau Ferguson and Holbert Chicago defeated this afternoon in awellcontested giime Attendance 3SOO 000 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 T 0 30 WESTERN INDUSTRIES Bronklvn and pluvod two gnmos to dnv In UKirst ffMiie the lioldinplay was sujVrb iml nil tinruns Tin i wrvtched oiuisidod Auoiul PiiKbur 000300 0 10 Brooklyn Piitshurg 2 lirooklyn 1 nor and jxoikfir Lovott und Daly 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 1 1 2 1 1 SO llit Pittsbnrg Brooklyn 13 Errors Piusburg II Brooklyn l Gsborne and Dcckor Torry Noube and Clark BurkeUs clever hitting worn todays gamo for Now York 1 New 02000000 3 York 6 Clovtlaml 1 New York 2 Gariicld and Ximmer Welch and Clark Quade f CmCAGO Chicago lost tho lhis afternoon through errors of llutchinson AtiiMidsincc 0020000 0 4 0 0 0 0 S T Boston S r mul Kilt ridge Gwiiin and HoniuiU The American Association NEW YOUK l The Free Lead Ore Conspirators Actively at Work DUBOIS VOICES IDAHOS SENTIMENT tl Silvers Triumphant Strides Puzzle tho Goltlite Douglas Edicfe Against Count Tolstois Capital Notes 5 ROCUBfiTKK I St THE CENTRAL AMERICAN CONFLICT THE RIVAS REVOLT IN SAN SALVA DOR SUPPRESSED General Pwblicly nous Offorocl to San Elec tion jli reclamation SAN SAiWADOn via La Libertad Aug TRIBUNE Francisco Chronicle President in a telegram to Gorouimo Pan states that he has issued a proclamation for a general election of members of Congress during tho first week in September and has called upon Congress to convene in October A copy of this proclamation been sent to all for eign legations in Central America Ezela desires to show good faith in regard to his promises to bring about a constitutional regime in the republic of Salvador Mail advices have been received in La Libertad from Guatemala concerning the suppressed despatches of United vStatos Min ister Miznor and the Salvador Government asserts that they have never been trans mitted from Guatemala by tlio land lines Tho Government of Salvador lays tho blame on the Government of Guatemala DEVELOPMENTS AT MEXICO CTTV Cixr oir MBXXCO Aug large iron manufacturing house in Philadelphia has ottered to sell and deliver to Salvador from five hundred to a thousand cannons now stored on an island in the West Indies Wliile tho firm says the guns not new they are serviceable Tho statement that Captain Pholan had made a proposition to furnish Guatemala with 3000 men if they guaranted him has led Seuor Pan the confidential agent of Salvador to aeo Minister Ryan this morn ing as it appears that Salvador has no rep resentative in tho United States Pan while not believing that such a proposition has been desired to be on tho safe side and sawllyaii for the purpose of asking the United States to prevent any such expe dition Senor Diencz disclaims that revolutions aro raging in Guatemala He says that out the invasion ofthe Salvadorians everything is as quiet as usual The state ment that a revolutionary movement has been started on tho Mexican frontier to Guatemala is incorrect I haYe late dis patches which show that everything is tran quil there It is believed that Burrundia and his followershavo Sailed for Salvador It is certain that they aro not operating in A REVOLT FUT DOWN LA San Salvador Aug sociated with the interior is restored Advices from tho capi tol state tbat General was ordered from the frontier with about 2000 men im mediately upon the outbreak of a revolt headed by General Kivas Ezeta hastened with all speed to the capital General Eivaas forces had captured the artillery barracks but the few troops in charge had fought desperately before they surrendered The Indians then pillaged several houses and a panic ensued lllvass forces were ilnally defeated and peace restored It is stated that Guatemala has withdrawn her forces from tho frontier and that all is quiet There is no telegraphic communica tion with Guatemala RXVAS PllOMPTIiS EXECUTED The news is confirmed of tho defeat of General Rivasby the government troops un der General Ezeta Rivas escaped from the capital last night but was pursued and taken prisoner a few miles out of the city Thismornirig he was publicly shot body exposed on the Plaza Arnias It is re ported that many prominemt persons are and a strict inquiry is being made regarding the Kivas conspiracy The seige lasted forty hoars and the Capitol suffered considerable damage Hundreds of persons were shot dead in the streets The Government forces which took part in the overthrow of Rivas are now disposed to return to the frontier if necessary A Physicians ST LOUIS Aug Herman Fisher a prominent physician on riie south side is lying at his house in a erilical con dition as a result of according to tije story indiscreet remarks to a lady patient Mrs Ernest Bertram It is stated that Mrs Bertram informed her husband who went to Fishers houser taking with him a large Newfoundland dog On gaining admittance he set upon the doctor who was badly lacerated by the dogs teeth Bertram then administered a terrible thrashing to Fisher using a pair of brass knuckles A Syndicate PITTSBUHO telegram from Findlay Ohio says A prominent table ware manufacturer says his establishment with every glass concern in the United States has been sold to ai English syndi cate The price paid averaged per factory or in all as there are twentythree factories in the country The price of tableware will be advanced as soon as the syndicate assumes control BitsChicago 12 New York 9 Chi New 5 and OCajaud Ring and 7 j The National Jueaffue i lost this afternoon through costly errors in the o i 2 o4 1 0 0 0 10 5 Cincinnati 8 Philadelphia LAKE TniwrrxE M Fourteenth Street WASHINGTON IX Aug 1 1SOO The smelting Jayhawkor combine is again at work Tho fain ilia r faces of the ittor who haunted tho House lobbies last spring arc now seen at the hotels and on the Sonato side of tho Capitol Pamphlets containing the arguments against the silverlead oro tarilV aro onoo more coming through the nviils This time they arc ad dressed to tho Senators instead of the Rep resentatives I do not belicvo that tho Senate will agree to change tho schedule for load ores Such a change would cer tainly mean tho loss of at eight Re publican votes on other items dearer to the heart of tho Mississippi valley and tht East Dubois voiced tho views of the West in a telegram which ho sent last night to Senator Teller and which reads as r follows The Republican State Committee of Idaho urgently request that tho Republican Senate protect our chief industry lead ore There is but one sentiment in this State It expects the lead oro clause in tho IIouso Tariff bill tojpass as it came from tho House We all vote protection Jo other industries and rightfully claim protection to our great est J DUBOIS Chairman Idaho Re publican JStatc THE ADVANCE Off SILVER Silver continues its triumphant advance It is now nearly to tho notch and the country shows no signs of disintegration It is amusing to note tho puzzled comments of the Eastern goidbug papers as thej record tho large actual exports of silver and inform their readers that the outward movement cf gold is many millions less than for tho seven months last year Tho threatened flood of foreign white metal refuses to materialize while there is a steady export demand for American silver Commenting on this fact today Senator Stewart said They will bogin tosco after a while who wore the real lunatics Wo were forced to give them an object lesson in A irORT DOUGLAS RIGHT OF VAY Senator Stewart today a biil granting tho Salt Lake City Street Railway Company permission to extend their line of electric road through tho Fort Douglas mili tary reservation to such points near tho headquarters as might bo designated Tho bill was accompanied by a petition In its favor signed by all tho officers of the Six tecnth Infantry headed by Colonel Blunt The same bill has been Introduced in thv House TOLSTOIS BOOK EXCLUDED WASHINGTON Aug 1 Dis patch San Francisco Chronicle The PostmasterGeneral has issued an der prohibiting Tolstois from being received at any postollico In the United States for transmission through the mail Assistant Postmaster John J Gay lord said yesterday that he did not know on whoso complaint the order has been is sued but that the book had been submitted for examination to Assistant Attorney General Tyner as to the propriety of allow ing it to go through tho mail ho had decided against it A Russian Bank ait ST PEXKRSBUHG Aug capi talists have petitioned the Government to extend Russian influence in China by sup porting the founding ofa MoscowAsiatic bank in competition with the German bank at An Omaha Stockyards Fire OMAHA i Aug Union Cattle Companys breeding plantat Gal four miles below South Omaha was burned last night causing a loss of The plant contained 4000 stalls five acres of ground A Dead Missionary NicV YORK cable dispatch just received by the Board of thePresbyterian Oh arch announces the death by dysentery afr Seoul Korea of Dr J W Heron medical missionary of the hoard WASHINGTON Aug 1 Associated The opinion of Assistant Attorney General Tyner of the Postoillco Department upon which was based tho order excluding from the mails Count Tolstois book Krcutzer is addressed to tho Third Aisistant PostmasterGeneral and is as fol lows I return herewith the publication en titled Kreutzcr offered tor mail ing at the postoffice at Chicago matter of the second class After a careful examination of this publication I am of the opinion that it is of indecent character hence it is forbidden cirdilfition In mails by the act approved Upon receipt of this opinion an ordcryrag printed in the usual form and sent to the postmasters at Chicago and New York di that the book be excluded from the mails It is believed an appeal will be taken to the PostmasterGeneral THE GRAIN SUBTRBASURY Wheeler of Alabama today Introduced a resolution in the House to set aside Mon day next for consideration of the Farmers Alliance Grain SubTreasury bill the bilLto be considered from day to day until dis posed of RATES REDUCED The Interstate Commerce Commission has issued and will send out tomorrow an order to take effect September 1st for a reduction of the rates on food products based on the report sent to the Senate June The order is accompanied by a copy of that re port also an opinion of tho Commission overruling tho protests and motions of roads to dismiss for want of This opinion reverses the powerand duties of tho Commission in the matter of beginning and conducting investigations and the Commis sion holds that the reductions are necessary to make the rates reasonable THE PUBLIC DEBT STATESD3ST Aggregate of interestbearing debt ex clusive of United States bonds issued to Pacific Railroads dobton which interest has ceased since maturity 31 of debt bearing no interest in ciudinjNational Bank fund deposited in the Treasury under the act of July 14 1S90 aggregate of certificates offset by cash in treasury aggregate of debt including certificates of July 31 1800 total cash In treasury debt less cash in treasury June 30 1800 net during month THE POSTAL SUBSIDY BILL The House on Postqfflcesand Post Eoads has authorized chairman BiDg ham to report favorably wlthoat Frye Postal Tbo vote on ordering the report was a party one The Cholera at Mecca L02HDOK cholera Mecca Wednesday deaths from tho disease were ports on thaEed Sea t Minor are quarantined agamsfrci tizoog   

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