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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                First Pages 1 to 8 TOL 199 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY MOKtfESTGK AUGUST 3 1890 PHICE FIVE CENTS Ia TenDaysOption on a Ris ing Market THE MEANING OF HIS SILVER CIRCULAR Senator Pad docks Attitude on tho Gorman Insists on Blind Jjo to Bo Capitul Notes Kldo Soon a cloud of dust announced pur suit and Barker and his friend dashed up dismounted and demanded his daughter Tho friends of Kinder returned to tho wait ingroorn when tho three young men drew their revolvers and defied the two outsiders The fihutguis were cocked and bloodshed scornfid Imminent when the crowd present interfered and Miss Jennie Was surrendered to her father Kinder and his friends would not give up and obtaining riflen they speeded their to a point on Barkers way homo and lay In wait tor him all night but ho for tunately took another road and so escaped TWO RUSSIAN VICTIMS SALT LAKK TnnnrNR Fourteenth Htreet WASHINGTON 1 Aug 3800 fSoriaUjr Stewart of Nevada sat in Chiun tonight Window in his silver ho said seems to bo trying tn buy a pljj in a bag with tho privilege of get thf The Sad Tale Recited fey a St Peters burg Woman Ore NEW YoriK AlK I San Francisco Chronicle Scries tho iinrnigrants who wero received at the Barge office today wore Mrs Annie and her baby who arrived horo from Russia Mrs llatner Is only 24 years old exceedingly coorllouking and highly educated Sho said that sho manled Dr Ratoer of St four ago and ho was suc ceeding iiuly in Ills possession when three years ago the Govoniniont seized his property giving no reason rhorefor Dr liatnur appoalfjd tJ tho without tlion bittor against the Government and rnudo speeches at Nihilist rniiutlrigK arrested and sentenced o flvo biinishmfrnt to Siberia Mrs TREASON IS IN THE AIR rejecting the pig is trying to lioldcrn of silver to give a dayoption on a rising market Other puoplo havo to itatner says that sho to put in a reservation of tho power to re ject any or all J think ho Intends to obey tlm law which is mandatory but to do ft ulYocjtvoly ho ought to do what arty purchasw would do go rnarkot and IAMIOUK OX Tlffl TAnnrF Senators 1addock IMiimb and InRalls today broke away from Uioir party on tho vote upon oartlionwiirn schedule and voted for a induction of tho duty IlKUlock In an Interview this overling lonios thai ho IH anything but a iHitsuys Tlio problem is tlin adjustment of duties so will bear most ing mow or loss In tho consideration of tlio bill I shall voto for a reduction of duty on everything whoro Jt cannot bo show ri t o rny satisfaction that ttio duty iKTdiil o roasonably pro UK I American in dustries Tho moment that Mio people of tho country gain Uio idea that tho Republi can tur IT in drafted and passed to benefit thn manufacturers at oxporiso of tho consuming public that momont not only will supremacy Lie Imperiled but tho protective principle itselfwllL bo florloimly Tllf RAW ON TUB 1YTCAD TAHHTF Senator Plumb Is looked to on Ucpub to lead tho tight of tho Jayhawkor firmuUr combine against tho tarIT on flux ing ores Senator InfillsIs to vote with him and there aro certain other defections among the Republicans Both ot tho Nebraska Senators aro ardent frlonds ot load ore and will vote to sustain tho Indus try Vest and Cook roll on tho Democratic side will assist Mdhorson of Now York who has tho Newark Smelter an a client Tho smelter lobby aro hopeful that Mr Hlalnos reciprocity movomcub will socuro aud votes for froo urgoutlforous load ore BOSS GORMANS rnoniiAMJrE Tho Democrats Inthe House have suc ceeded In frittering away tho ontlro week on the Sundry Civil bill 11 had been hoped that the Sundry Civil bill would bo disposed of early on Monday afternoon but to tho Usgust of Mr Kood ami tho Republicans tho Democrats havo succeeded In holding tho House ou this bill during the entire week under tho pica that tho bill required cisrotiil Tho spoclousnoss af this was plainly shown when af 2 oclock this afternoon on Mr Cannon consenting to an provided tho bill was first passed they suddenly dropped all their opposition Tlio Hvo remaining amendments wero rushed through on one vote and tho bill was scut to conference withoutoven a division of tho House every amondinoiff has takoti up nearly two hours by roll call calls of tho House This sudden change in tactics Is dqo to the fact that early Ui tho week Senator Gorman who has been chosen to lead tho Democrats in both the House and Senate gave positive orders to tho Democrats In tho House that the Sundry Civil bill must not bo returned to tho Sonato botoro tho ond of tSiO Sonus of tho Northern Democrats demurred on tho ground that so obvious a waste of tlmo would react unfavorably upon the party in tho North but Gorman wns Indexible and cut off all opposition by tho simple statement if ho was to loud the Democrats they must make up theli minds to obey Implicitly They did so and wasted a week on tho Sundry Civil Appropriation bill I10NOKS iOR ElUCSSOtf WASHINGTON Aug Associated oC tho Navy has hfis sent a communication to tho com mandant of tho Brooklyn Navy Yard stat ing that tho Department has fixed tho 2iird of August as the tlmo for tho embarkation of the remains of tho late John Ericsson for transportation1 to his native country on board the United States ship Tn his letter the AcUngSecretary says U is tho Departments desire to surround the embarkation with every circumstance that can Invest it with dignity and solem nity All tho vessels of war that may bo available will bw assembled at New York and will be directed to uiiito with 3011 in paying to the deceased tho honors boQttlng his niulc and distinguished The Department has invited all associa tions of friends companions or former countrymen of to take part In the procession to tho battery T1TK KKMOVAr OF CJ KANTS TIEMAUVS In the Senate this afternoon Tlumbouorod a concurrent resolution and asked that it lie over until Monday that Congress desires the removal of the ronutins of the ous soldier and statesman U Washington and their Interment in Avllng ton NationalOeinct cry and that tho Pres ident to convey totho widow such desire tendering to her on bohalfof the Nation all the necessary facilitiestor such removal ami interment A POSTFONEO throe years Shu served her term and hopes thuilJr husband be released in a few and Dr Jullau Halporn of WO Rust Hroadway mot Mrs Katner at tho Barge oilloe She will go to Wichita Kansas where hoiparents aro Mrs llatner says thatsho and her husband got twolvo roubles each a month while In Siberia to live on as an allowance from tho Government Him had only S when she landed In her aflklavlt Mrs liaLncidid not declare that sho was a Nihilist THE SENATORIAL DEBATES BLAIR ADVOCATES A USELESS DISCUSSION Tho TarlM Dobuto Stool nrid Senate WUbout a Quorum Tho Stern Parent and Two Spoil nn Klojoiucn WnKBIiINO W Aug 2 Francisco Chronicle Series A oaso of elopement tho Ot the couple by a farmer through a hot chaso of twenty miles tho bringingto bay of tho fugitives in a railroad tbo recapture of tho wouldbo brulo of a shotgun is reported Brownstown on tho Chesapeake Ohio Kallrojul Fetor Kiruior a first foil In lovo with Jctnilo Barker tho daughter of a inij who had forbidden the match young people bided their time arid a few days ago when Barker loft homo on a visit his informed her lover of tho 1suJt Kinder taking twp friends with him anextra saddle horso passed tip to tlio Barker homestead and announced to Jennie that their opportunity hatl conic Tho girl was soon ready and In an hour they were on for Brownstown tho railroad station In some1 Barker bccamo informedof the elopement with in hot par AUK Tho Sonato mot at TO liortynine Senators more than a quorum were present The resolution of fered yesterday by Blair InstiiicLiuK tho Committee on liulos to report within four days a rule for tho Incorporation of the pre vious question or of sumo method for limit ing and closing debate In the parliamentary procedure of tho Sonato was taken up Blair said had spolccn to him intimating their closiro to bo hoard before action should betaken in tho matter and who woro not roarly to proceed He would therefore not press Aio resolution this morn lug but he desired to say that he hud of fered tho with special refer ence to any bill but with a feeling that there was a necessity for the proposed change Tho period hud aijilvod when In the transaction of tho countrys business tho Sonato must have some way by which a largo number of important public measures now tho whole business of tho country was at tho mercy of onooi1 two Individuals who mIght bo op posed to a measure Tho majority was the control of the mlnori Nobody could complain that there had been a disposition to procrastinate or to ob struet the ordinary course of debate and discussion ori the TarIV yet although the Senate already spent ton days upon It only illteen pases had been disposed of out of a total of 182 pages in tho bill and all the preat sub jects of discussion sujrar reciprocity wore still to Thero was uo rea son to suppose therefore that under the ox istinR rules the bill would Do concluded boforunoxt Decemhoi1 Ho had offered tho resolution not with a view to any pending measure but with a view of a fundamental radleal indispensable change In tho parlia mentary procedure of the Senate Morgan reminded Blair of tho long time six or sonven weeks consumed in consider ation of the Kclucatlonhl bill and said that the time had not been wasted as the result of Mio discussion was that tho bill had beer defeated lust as he hoped tho debate on the TarllT bill would result in tho defeat of that measure Tho resolution wns roferred to tlio Com mittee on 1nles Tho TairiV bill was then taken up the quesUou being upon osts amendment to reduce tho duty ou decorated china to 50 per cent wl valorem and on plain white ohlna to 40 per cent instead of GO and 55 per cent as hi the House bill and 55 and 50 as proposed by the finance Committee The amendment was discussed pro and con at length Aftor a further discussion of tho piinigrnph George took tho lloor ami mixclo nloug on tho genera subject of luriff Phut ronollcd und denounced ivn assertion by George to tho ulloct that whilo duty on stcot rails wns Stl a ton the labor inpro ducing cost only The fact was if he profl notion of a ton of steel costs 524 thu labor portion of thjit wns not only but ten Units union tit Jnnos supported Goorgea sfritoinent about steel rails and ulso spoke on ohinawaro mutters at tho closo of which he read from the papers report frmn Ohio as to tho by un English svniliosvto of various fiiotories aud saiu ihe itVcct of tnritV legislation wusi t5 encourage such trusts nnd tttagnn warned tho Sonntors that tho Farmers Alliance und worklngmcns assoclatioiis wero not to be ignored A con fcrcnoti wns ordered on the Sundry Oivit Appropriation bill At ft oclock AUhioh intending to move an ad proposed hat a voto on tho ponding miestiou bo taken on Monday without further a voto now wfe arc ready wo aro a1 wtvvs ready to vote us soon as discussion is overi woro responses from several Senators on the Democmtic side ATdtlch did not think thero a quorum pres ho was willing to try A vote was taken amendment and the result 31 nays 20 No quorum Paddock aud Plumb voWwith tho Democrats The Senate then House WASimQTOX Aug House proceeded to further consideration of tho Senate amen d immts to tho Sundry Civil Appropriation bill bill was finallysent to conturcnco and tho House adjourned THE EDITOKS COMING VlllVti V and with a ho was soon hot parI Havo tine and in order nit both men armed with An Iriiproniptu Concert Kinrlcr and hisptiTty three cheers from tho CT j s TIIAH v TSHi A safety 4 rtrt T ft ff wen foniult on meu kept guardout Journalists Fotcd by Boises Citizens BQISTS CITY Aug to TKIB Michigan press excursion ar rivod this afternoon Thoy woro met at Nampaby Governor Shoup Mayor Plnnoy and tho lead ing of Boise Ciby and whohtho two Pullmans woro sidetracked they wcro placed in carriages and driven through tho olty and suburbs Orchards anc pardons Avoro inspected and tho irrlsa oxanilned Tho big gold bricks attheassay office wero exhibited to thorn and the at tho State Capitol oxqltod much interest amongthe visitors fronv tho land of and speeches followed attho Overland Governors Guard Band tho party Several of the latter The Central American States in a Tumult of Revolt A SALYADORIAN HERO EXECUTED How the Yellow Aztecs Hate the Gautemalaas Gautemalas Inter nal Pacific Mail Com panys Merciless Grasp on Central Interesting Situation u till I i TJirj They departedwith cxpros stay sliort will will Chen Yonrc Aug TunniNE Dispatch Francisco Chronicle A gen now living hero who has spont much time in Central America was shocked beyond measure when told of General Rivass death Ho said The most honest and fearless of popular leaders in Salvador was General Jose Maria Kivas He was Governor of the State of Bivass army was four thousand strong Every soldier was a fatalist They hate tho Guatemalans If llivas had heon supplied with muskets ho could load every man and woman of tho mountains and valleys of in a war with Guatemala to victory or death It Is a war of races rather than of The yellow Aztec lights tho red Indians andSpaniards of Guatemala and knows Aztecs have reason to abhor the Guatemalans Ivivas led the army thatslcw Barrios tho Guatemalan hero President us ho termed Kivas made recently ussuhslnalod IresidentoT Salvador Rivas was of gigantic sixVyfive years of age having a strain of Aztec blood in his veins Ills manner and hearing at tho head of his battalions was kinftly as his courage was dauntless and his strength enormous Ho was most generous and loved his know nothing of the aeting Presldenl of Salvador but I do know thab Rivas haled proposed Contral American Union and ho this extent and no further differed from the lato President I once visited lilvas with and heard their discussions of Uie question Monmirtoz and llfby more of Rlvass friends and soldiers slept one night on the white sandy shore of Lake llopango almost Kivass Capital Kivas then said that Guatemala so mo day Kovorn Salvador by the state of lie was stand luff in the doorway of Pres ident Monendexs liousb in his capital San Salvador when a Guatemalan 1oree sup ported it was supposed by tho Mexican army threatened the capital Tho people wore frightened army was only 2f00 afcronjr Tie confessed thab he was almost at his wits ends Ho was about to appeal to tho United States that his people might escape butchery and their wives and daughters a worse fate at tho hands of the savages of Guatemala Then Jt was that from three to hvo thousand Aztoo market women carno in a body to tho President asking him to ahuthoni They stated they would die rather than sirfTci1 a Quatemalan to cross the border Thesun had not sot before Aztecs were armed and ready lib diefor Salvador The Guatemalan sjpics told the storyacross tho confines of conterminous republics and Barillass soldiers vanished Lei me add Chut Barillas tho usurper and tyrant of Guatamala is hardly better than the monstrous robber and traitor who sold Salvador to Barrios bub failed be cause of the devotion and courage of Rivas to deliver tho little republic to tho pur chaser This man Zaklivar through ono Morau and through Barillas is now seeking to recover possession of Salvador and it Is possible that Itivas was forced by this fact to apparent cooperation with who is a usurper and an adventurer But this ono fact is Ixed that if Rivas had lived the Central American union would no more have been possible than desirable aud would luive been compelled to re store thorepublic Rivas was the real master of Salvador and ho was as honest as he was fearless and Speaking oi tho trade with San Salvador tho gentleman said tho American Consul induced a prolter in San Francisco of pre miums for tho first specimens ci oofleo pro duced in Central America Then tho United States Consul proposed to supplement French wines sold in Salva dor at a dollar a bottle with California wines at ten cents a bottle and a markob was thus provided in Central America for Cali fornia flour and potatoes and for wheat to bo ground in Salvador Wo wore to receive India rubber gum tolu chocolate aud In digo free Menoiulox and his Cabinet approved this reciprocity sehoruo that would luivo given us finally through the magnificent harbor of Salvador a monopoly of the commerce of CiMitiai America butthen Mr Bluino re fused to assent to the scheme andtwo thirds of tho products of Salvador go to the open ports of Knglaiid and to Germany Italy and France aud California lost enor CWATEMAIiAS INTERNAL TROUBLES GUATEMALA Aug Great difficulty isr being experienced by merchants in tbeir moans of communication by telegraph and by letter There is no security hero in tho postoflico department as the mails which aro directly under government su pervision are being constantly tampered with letters tiro opened read and if noth ing is found in them which displeases the Government they are vesealed and for warded to their destination but if thero is aught bli at the government does not like tho writer if the letter is addressed beyond tho Guatemalan jurisdiction is privately sent for and is either sent to prison orbamshed from tho country if a native of Central America If a foreigner is the tho letter Cho letter is destroyed and not for warded to its destination M ore th a u thirty have beetr served in the way just mentioned Manydesertions from the army are reported airl several of the culprits uvo boon summarily shot at drum head courtuuirtials Tho revolution in tho eastern department of Guatemala has compelled tho govern ment to turn its attention to its own affairs in Jutiapa and Chiluimulln and to compar atively abandon the campaign against Sal vador Tho Zacapurovolutipnists are said to be tho port of Liv on tho Atlantic Coast with the in tention of possession of that town There are practically no troops in tho de partment of Livingston save sy few hundred men stationed in at the port of Livingston Tho people in aro loudly clamoring foiva chango in the BaTillas gov ernment and matters are assuming a very critical It is believed that the cli max will be reached in a very short time and that President Barillas and his Cabinet will have to vacate the presidency and power they now hold Honduras has been called uponby President Barillas to furnish troops to aid Guatemalain quelling their internal troubles but1 President Bogran has sent back Barillas that ho Bogran does not know people will look upon Winyasion of Guatemala by Honduras President Bogran told Barillas that of Guatemala might look upon Hondurass to invits inter nationaTaffalrs1 as iin war ran ted interven orevpn as war against obtained formal practically without the assistance of Hon duras HOW GUATEMALA IS IXEECEO NEW YORK Minor seems to have been responsible to some extent for the seizure of arms on the steamship Colima by the Guatemalan Government This at least is Avhat Dr Minister from Guatemala and Mr the General say Dr Cruz denies that tho Pacific Steamship Company made a demand for damages notwithstanding the positive assertion of President Houston that the company had presented ciaims which the Government was going to press of Dr Cruz said captain of the steamshipColiinaput the arms In ques tion aboard at San Jose of his own free will Later runGovernment seized them with the consent of the United States Minister as well of the agent of the company the act was perfectly regular and iu accordance with article 17 of tho agreement drawn up between the Pacific Mail Company and tho Guatemala Government Even if any such demand for damages had been made could not fail to know of it in my official position and assure that action has been taken Let me explain to you exactly what the situation is and tho real animus by which tho Pacific Mail people are actuated said Baiz They know as well as I do that they have no claim for Indemnify in this matter of the steamer yet J think that some of the ofiloers of tho company may have made the remarks attributed to them because they are angry and jealous at the success Guatemala had in raising aloau of knowing as they do the uses to which that money is to bo put Let me explain why Chose not immediately in terested not knownorcan ihey ever dream of injustice impositions and extortions pub upon Guatemala and other Central Ameri can States by this Pacilic Mail Company Why sir that company because its steam ship lino is a monopoly and because if his control of the railroad across the isthmus levies a subsidy of annually from Mio American of which sum Guatemala pay In return for tliis the PaeificiMall Company treat us in a most abominable manner Wo aro com pelled to pay weight1 per ton for all pro duce wo send fromGuatemala to Now York though colTec can be imported frouj from any other part of tho globe at from 51 to per Lou Again let a Guatemalan desire to return home from New York arid he is forced to pay Si50 for his passage to San Jose while another lirsbclass passenger on the same ship pays but to Sun Francisco though tho company is com pel led to carry himfor a voyage longer by two weeks If a Gir malanbuys his ticket Francisco and then tries to laud at San ho is forced bo stay on and extortion must be added the fact bliat out cargoes aro delivered to us In a and that wCaro never able to get any satisfaction from the Pacific Mail Company In view of all this if we could bo sure ot any otUer service wowould gladly Pacilio Mail Lino a year to stay away from our ports At however we hope that in a position to turn on this company arid itis for that reason thatwo have raised Sau is on the mala and ninety miles from Guatotoala whicb in burn miles from BuertoBar rios a portion of otuiAtlantic The route between those carefully surveyed and wo immediately a railroad Gu atom a or to B us initiating outAtlantic and andbringing th a n i b n o is by th 0 Is tb tn You will reacTilyseethat pretty effec tually kill this the the Pacific Mall Company and it isnowon der that the talkabout demanding OOOiof me by way ofindemnityfor anlmag inavy outrage They have to do that to cheer up their stockholders and for the sako of effect on tlio market Tho steamers of a French company already touch Gruz and can easily call at Puerto Bayrios giving us a direct lino to Europe trouble betweenthe United States aud Guatemala is all nonsense It emanates with the Pacific Mall people and exists only in their minds I think I need say no more and I hope any intelligent per son can see how tho land lays from plauation I havo given We have heard nothing now from FORCE BILL PROTESTS A SOUTHERN MANUFACTURER SAYS IT WILL INJURE THE NORTH Cleveland and Thurman File Their Pro tests at an Ohio Climax of Congressional Aug TRIB L Henton a prominent Southern hero for tho purpose of examining into the practical redaction of tho different minerals taken from Colorado mines To the representative of a local paper today Mr Henton said Regard ing tho position of the Southern people upon the National election law I am of the opinion that Henry Grady Tvasright when ho said at Boston that force bills would not givo ignorancesufficient power to control tho combined intelligence of thoSouth Down in my country we want to bury senti ment and get clown to business but the negro cannot and shall not govern the white people and forco bills cannot do more than make I am opposed to any boy cott movement against Northern manufac turing and raerehants a Federal election law would have thateffect upon many Southerners It would cat off at least onehalf of the now going to tho Western and middle CLEVELAND AKD THURMAN PROTEST COLTJjmus Ohio Aug meeting under the auspices of the Thurman Club to protest against the pass age of the Federal Election bill was held at the east front of the Capitol this eveniog About 1500 were present It was expected that Judge Thurman would preside and make a brief when tho committce to escort him to the meeting arrived hornre sen ted themwith a letter to be read which contained his and the information that sicknessalone prevented him from fill lining his promise Ho wrote a brief letter denunciatory of tho bill and its provisions and expressed the opinion that the measure would not TKISS the Senate A letter of regret was read from Exr PrcsideutCleveland in which hocxpresseil a desire to be enrolled among those who protestedagainst tho passage of the bill and expressing a wish that the indications were not so numerous that a climax of Con gressional recklessness whichthe protests ofthe people havolittle weight Senatorelect Brico sent a saying that theproposed law was Democratic ideas and full of Republic l Several speeches were made bill GovernorOambell reachecTin talk at length and he1 to an explanation of the proyisIons of the bill and its Kegarclihg thathe the whole falsehood protest were ii boiiseiuautly left A GREAT DAY GN THE Teany Gallops Away From Firenzi Without an Effort HOW PALO ALTO LOST A GBEAT RACE Tho California Stallion Equals the Ilacinjr Record of Mancl Jockeys Thrilling Bntte to Huve a Wrestling Match Baseball Record NEVT YORK Aug TRIBUNE Francisco Chronicle The fol lowing were received by K 1C Fox yester day LONDON Aug I Fred Prltchard middleweight champion of England has posted a forfeit with tho Sporting Life and issued a challenge to fight Billy McCarthy the middleweight champion of Australia at eleven stone four pounds for a side lie agrees to fight Jack Dempsey middle weight champion of America for a side and a parse of S2SOO in the Pelican or Ormonde club and allow Dernpsey ex penses lie will not fight in America He will fight any cievenstoncfourpound man for the championship of the world ATKINSON BUTTE Aug i Have matched Matsada Sorakichi the Japanese champion to Peter Schumacher according to Police Gazette rules for 61000 and 80 per cent of tho gate receipts GruicoRoman best two falls out of Will take place at the race track at Hntto City August 10th THE MINMIIVA A NEWPOKT R Aug LAssoclated The forlyfooters race today for S250 cup oifertid by Rear Commodore was oxcitltig in the extreme and al Uiongh the little Scotch cutter Jlinerva had iiarfl luck at the outer1 murk the splen did handling and Hno windward work re sulted in the defeat of her four competitors v The Races NEW Dispatch liranclsco Chronicle Cullon a narrow from Brighton Beach yesterday afternoon He was nionnted on tho colt Australand in the first race and was second in tho run down tho home stretch to the favorite Cecilia with Flynn up As they came home Flynn carried A astral and out and iifty feet from tho wire the cold stumbled unseating Cul who pitched forward and to ono side One foot was stuck in tho stirrup and Cullen rasped the colt by the mano and tried to clambQiback into The ollort was futile and the action of tho horso swung him clear ont ot tho stirrups so that ho in front of the colt with his arms clasped about the horses neck A cry of horror went up from the MOO spectators but before he could realize it the horses had passed thopost with Australand in yards beyond that poiutjCullous ho fell beneath tho feet of hishorsp Bvery body expeoted tciseb him but after dust had cleared away he regained his feet and was unhurt save a few bruises and a bloody nose JTIKENZI VANQHISnBP BY TBNKV MONMOUTU PARK Aus event of the day was the third rnco Inr was the first siway with Tenny last Mur phy at once took a pull on tfircnzi and Chosa peako started out to act as pucemarker At the nnarter he was leading by two lengths with boso second i length in front Of who was a neck befortj Tenny A t the half Chesapeake had increased his lead to three lengths while Tenny had commenced to move up and was a neck m front of Firciizi witli1 Saso a head away Irom that it was a veritable walkover for Tenny At the threequarter post he was leading by a length and a half and running easily while Kirenzi was third and getting the whip at every jump She couldnoi gain one inchon Tenny notwithstanding Murphys vigorous riding ami without ever having been touched hy the whip or Pulsifers swayback won in the easiest pos manner by three Ill the very last strides Firorm got up and beat Chesapeake a short head for second place while Saso was last Time which was very slow but the track was quite dead won Stockton second De faulter third Time Scabright slakes six furlongsi won FlaviH second Surplus third Time ICatontown stakes won Firenzi second Chesapeake third Time Mile and won Tnston second Her Highness third Time 111 threefourths of a won Aunuiia second third Time 1 Threeyearolds and upwards Dawn won Esquima second Theodisus third Time stake threefourths of don won Kildcer second Relapse third Time Twoycarolds five won Sabina second Fearless third Time AT SARATOGA SABATORA Aug won Void second Fair View third lime Second won Lavinn Bell second Hypocrite third Time Third John won Waster Lode second Santiago third Time Fourth race six won Irene cccoiul Blue Rock third Time Fifth1 race mile and a Million won Claystock second Carrie G third Time AT ST PAUL ST Aug day of the Twin Citv Jockey Club races Twoyearolds tnreo nuartersofa won Annie Brown second Chimcsthird Time Threeyearolds and upwards mile ana a six p won JackslalT second Barney third Time Twin City Merchantshandicap mile and sev enty Jecms won Nevada second Caspier third Time All ages Ueimar won Miss Hawkins sec ond Crawfish third Time Mile and a Catalpa won Verge dOr Time ncnt but once more broke The additional lead thus secured bv Jack however was being rnp idlv and in turn the gray gold nig broke for but quickly recovered how ami wassiill two lennths to gcoa at the threoHiuaners ralo Altn kept on him but the geldings load too the bay stsllion was bcaton a loncth Time The sreat was nxtromoiy enthu siastic aiul drivers and horses were cheered Hguiu aiid again THE MOXTANA KACTIS BCTTE Aim Special to Tho second racing at Auacojida wus at teiulpd by a large crowd Tho weather was line Kirst race trotting stake for two vearolds bred and raised in Montana SoO S250 Vulcan b Hnntley ami Clark distanced Locust ch W Raymond dis tanced keajiyear took all the money and tho race Time Running oue mile Lew Carlisle won Tom Daly second Kevena third Kismet Denver stables fourth Time class purso SlOOO three in Mjuimnji 1 Coiideo 2 4 2 Sparkan 3 3 4 lloinestake 4 2 3 Little Joe distanced George was distanced on account of run uiiiR Time In the flrst heat at the lirst quartor llomestake ran into Condec throwing Condees driver TheJudces decided that it was unavoidable ami allowed another start Running quarter mile dash purso JNJOO Nettie won Daniels second Cyclone tlnrd Country Girl fourth Time 23 Ihe Players Brotherhood A MEETING OF MONARGHS Plttsburp easily defeated Brooklyn today by better playinc Pittsbnrc 0 1 0 0 2 1 C 1 Brooklyn 3 00 l 0 0 0 0 4 Piltsburs 14 Brooklyn 7 PirtshurR 2 Brooklyn ft Staler and Van llaliren llemmiiig and Cook Um pires Knight and Joints Clevelands fielding errors gave the Phila delphias another victory today Attendance Cleveland 0 Philadelphia 5 Cleveland G Philadelphia 9 Errors Cleveland 5 Philadelphia 3 OBrien and Sanders and Milligau Umpires Ferguson and Holbert CHICAGO New York defeated Chicago in a shnrplycon testcJ fiame today Attendance 6000 Chicago 1 Now York 3 8 Chicago 10 New York 9 Chi cago 4 New York Baldwin ami Farrell Koefe J Ewingand Ewing Um pires Snydcr and Puarcc BUFFALO The Bisons played a great pamc today and downed the Bostons in an exciting contest At tendance 2300 Buffalo 0 Boston 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 ft Buffalo 0 Boston 10 Buffalo 3 Boston 1 Cunningham and Mack Daly Gumbert and Sweet Sheridan and Gallney The American Association JfKW YORK Brooklyn OUSTS 4 St The Western Association KANSAS CITY Kansas SIOUX CITY S I Sioux BBSVBR i Minneapolis St The National 0 0 3 0 8 0 311 0 3 3 15 Philadelphia Cincinnati none Philadelphia 4 Mullane Harrington aud Keeuan Vickcry Gleason aud Clements INDIANAPOLIS The New York Club lost the game this after noon through Rusios wildiiese Attendance 35000 19 New 0100000 13 0 New York 11 Cleveland 2 New York 4 and Zimmcr Rusic ami Buckley C ark aud Smith C1IICAGO But for Clarksons steadiness Boston would havo gone down before Ansous men At tendance 3200 030001004 001020105 7 Boston 2 1 Boston 4 and Kittridge and Bonnet Brooklyn won by good batting Attendance 1700 Pittshurg 0 001000 102 2 00 Pittshurg 0 Brooklyn 14 Pittsburg 2 Brooklyn 2 Baker and Becker Terry and Daly j Daly Standing the Clubs Following is tho standing of each club in the three leading baseball organiza tions SGCOllU L1UJ vi i TwoVearolds threefourths of a won Anarchist second Philoni third Time and upward mile and twenty Fonso won Poleraus second Meckich third Time AT DETROIT DETROIT hundred neople witnessed the grand contest todny he1 tweetiPalo Alto the son or Electioneer and Jack the son olPilot The day was warm track in Good condition and the wind liyht People wcre from all over the Stutc and crowds came from Cleveland Palo Alto was a favorite before tho first heat auctions soiling ai him in me Alto led by a length on the turn but near the broke and Jack duickly headed him Palo AHo quickly gathered wed around the turn aud at tho threequarters they were together On the stretch however Palo AHo agnfn broke and Jack took a big lead easily in In the auctions before the second heat Jack Palo Alto Theygot off well together and ran like a team past the ouarter On the back stretch Jack broke and pilo Alto secured ft long lead which the gelding could not overcome alLhouuh he made a grand Palo Alto won by two lengths in 4 hreiTthi the record of the track beating the PLAYEBS1 Boston New York ChiciidO 83 80 47 Cincinnati Chicago 86 500 524 York Buffalo Piltsburg ASSOCIATION o St Louis Rochester Athletics Svrucuse Brooklyn 79 so 82 82 77 79 47 45 45 40 36 33 bob 488 467 417 282 THE WIFE WAS BOSS She Established Her Claim by Knocking the Old Man Out WlLKESBARUE AUR Francisco ClironicU Judge Woodward refused to srant a divorce to Henry D S pen ner today His deposition was that his wife Sarah knocked him down split his lip blackened his eye and tried to choke him while asleep Thehusband weighs 121 pounds ind his wife 214 The the charge her husband was worthless and let he attend to all the1 business One day she challenged him to bo ainau or pet out decided to settle thetdifficultywith bare fists in the parlor The woiuan caifle out best knocking her husband out in the fourth S round then said Kow 1 i am boss and am going to run the Spenner got mad and sued for a divorce The parties are well connected DreaiiiiiK LUU stallionnice record and equalling the fastest mile made by Maud S The result of this iluat caused another shift in the betting tlic third Jack solcilatSSl uud at 8100 v The horses got off well but Palo Alto broke the turn and also on the lower end and Jack had a clear lead of six lengths at the quarter Palo Alto reduced this to four at the half and they covered the stretch nearly Palo could not quite catch the icver and Jack won byft quarter lengthin In spite of Jacks victorv Palo was still the favorite heat for Jack Jack it on the Palo Alt6 caught up Avith himv The son of Electioneer the quar On the btcfc Vitretch Palo Alto MrminicrikWiedtUpon his oDtM The Emperor of Germany nobSobs with Belgiums Kinff THE KAISER EN ROUTE TO ENGLAND Prince Oscar Supported for the KulffarjAii Periodical French Amnesty News of Europe 0 Chicagos Hottest Day CHICAGO Aug temperature reached point of the season to day the mercury registering 95 for several hours this afternoon and late this evening it had npt fallen below90 There1 were a numberof casesof prostration The S Coast liinev Southern Pacific has accepted the offer of and rlghtdf way to cojnplete th b be tween Santa MoVguerl ta and El wood uiiikin g continuouslinefrbin San Franciscoto Aug 2 Copyrighted by the Xcw York Associated Before start ing for Ostend on his way to England yes terday noon Emperor William hold a coun cil on board tho Imperial yacht Hohono It was attended by Chancellor Capivi and Ministers Miguel and Marscal Tho Hohenozollcrn left at noon to convoy tho Emperor to Ostoud to visit King Leopold The political character of tho mooting is undoubted Tho Hohon entered Ostend harbor at to day Immense crowds including most of the German and English visitors lined tho quay King Leopold accompanied by tho court of Flanders went on board tho and effusive greetings were exchanged between tho King ami Em peror William and Prince Houry The two monarchs then retired to the saloon of tho imperial yacht where they remained la conversation for half an hour Afterwards the Emperor went ashore and after inspect ing the guard of honor from tho garrison received the Belgian Ministers and stall of tho German legation Warnings reached the Berlin police that tho Anarchists of Liege who aro affiliated with tho French Socialists meant to make a hostile demon stration and if possible attack tho person of tho Kaiser This information caused ex tra precaution to bo taken Nothing marred tho enthusiasm of the welcome upon their arrival at tho Summer Palace Ostend was everywhere in a Tonight there wcro torchlight processions concerts etc Official expectation hero will bo quite at fault if the interview does not result in Belgium becoming a sleeping part ner in the triple alliance A family meeting will bo held at Osborne to determine whether Prince Waldimar of Denmark or Prince Oscar of Sweden shall be placed upon the Bulgarian throne Em peror William continues to favor Priocfl Oscar as the better choice on the ground ot his personal qualities TboOzar hitherto opposed to having his brotherinlaw ruler of Bulgaria now assents Tho Greek roy alties strongly object to Waldimar King Giorgc fearing that tho election of his brother to the Bulgarian thronewould raise a feeling of jealousy among tho Greeks and imperil his sons succession to the throne of Greece The diplomats attribute the Czars choice vof Waldimar to a desire to keep the matter fermenting Orders havebeen sent to the frontlercus toms posts and railways to watch for tho threatened migration of Jews from Poland 4 as tho new tend from the country vast bodies of artl sans and Jews Leading in Berlin other citieshave communicated with represonta tive Jews in London for the purpose of pre paring relief for the distressed Hebrews The Russian papers announce that trans portation to Siberia will shortly be abol ishcd as a judicial punishment bat omit to mention the fact that it will bo maintained as now without judicial sentence The latest notable instance is tho case of the novelist Bespiensky Ho was arrested at night and confined in a secluded prison any of his whereabouts being refused his friends fora l6ng time Finally they were told that he had been sent to Saoraton the pleasure of the police offense was in writing a letter to the Czar in support of the memorial of Madam Tzerikova POTJR HUNDRED CHOTiKRA DEATHS CAIRO Aug Tho cholera at Mecca increasing There were yesterday 401 deaths TURKISH PRISON BATtBABlMiS LONDON Aug A special correspondent of tho Daily News has succeeded in obtain ing admission to tne Turkish prison at kub Macedonia Tho building contained 149 cells occupied by 1811 prisoners or orer twelve to tho cell The unfortunate vie tims are sent there to bo confined from to ten years each but so great arc their ferings from the barbarities of the keepers and tho total disregard of sanitary laws that one rarely outlives five years In one cell two and a half yards square tho correspondent discovered neatly a of poor wretches panting for air and starv ing for food having in of the latter nothing but bread and water Tbo number were stark naked arid chained by their ankles and wrists There were also underground cells reserved lor the prisoners in order to forco Miceare kept in boxes and fifty of them are placed at one time on tho nakedriody of prisoner when it is desired to torture It is also customary to the men day in the scorching sun in such a that they cannot move v 0HJJ PERIODICAL RUSSIAN PAKIS Aug Sicte and Figaro print ro ports that a fresh nilrilist plotagainst the Czar has been discovered at St Petersburg According to these reports Professor Cor lowaski of the University of St Petersburg and a number of students of that institu tion who it is alleged concerned In the plot have been arrested Many persons taken in custody in Moscow oa the same charge r v Two officers of high rank in the Russian army have committed suicide It is sup posed that they were found implicated In the conspiracacy and took their lives rather than undergo the arrest and punishment sure to follow AMNESTY TO LABOK AGITATORS The French Government has issued a de cree granting partial or total amnesty to all persons convicted of offenses tion with labor strikes Under the provi sions of the decree fourteen prisoners been released and the sentences of twenty two others reduced XAKXSG THE BUST OT EC Aug Lord who was unsuccessful in his etTorts to secure a di vorce from bis wife has had an interview with Lady Dunlo since the trial and a rec onciliation has been effected PROGRESS OF TELE jKAXSEH OSTKJTD Aug The yacht with Emperor William and his brother Prince Henry on board arrived here en route to England this afternoon The Count of Flanders brother of King Leo pold and Prince Baldwin heir apparent were at Ostend awaiting the arrival Another HillSharon Decision FRANCISCO Aug Mrs Sarah AKr thea Terry bad a retrial of her case the Estate of the late Senator Chiron the Supreme Court and day rendered i decision holdinjf tho so called marriage contract a forgery she beea tate census The three PhoBBix3115   

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