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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE MOST EXTENSIVE BESTVADVETOIffiiIEDII In tlio Kocky Mountain Regions EXCEEDiMO In the City VOL 199 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY MORKING AUGUST 1890 PHICE FIVE CE1STTS A VERY SORE Speaker Reed Receives the Periodical Shower rf Democratic Abuse BRECKlNRIDGb APPEALS TO THE NORTH The Occupant of a Murdered ManH Seat Speaks of Peace and Unity The Tariff Denato in the Senate Senate Davis offered a resolution calling on the Beerotary of War for Information on the of the accident last Friday to tho of Iho Suult Bte Mario canal Ho UkcofltasaniostsorlousculamlVytotbo of the nation costing us ho had by telegraph day entioned Inoldonta Ijr tho failure also me Senate months ago providing roi Mis MJO Altl1 s top arfch t ib to the bill referred to in talking about tiiii other wns informed that the bill o act on that Hill ho o to judge butsomethlnR must be done It Just now to to the canal look and appropriations made lu UK Klver and Harbor bill o two were still In force f pariniont had money enough at its uis to remedy the dollcit i hero subject H So Dieted tomomw or dav but Speaker that they curse you and despise von and hate you and you are assailed in nrlvsite and In public are silent Henderson defended the Speaker against tlio attack made upon him by He referred to him as the migrity man from and declared that he stood today as tlio towering grand figure of this of Legislative vic tory rind Commenting on tho leg islation of the session Henderson touched upon the bill saying although some Republicans might have desired to amend I by of tho opposition on the ether side tin time had bwn so con sumed that theso amendments could not no made Itseomcu as Uiutigli the minority was bent on prevent all amendments ThisIlouav had passed the silver bill whuroby silver was marching ward to take a beside gold LI on so had the first ono witn courage and patriotism to pass an Treasury bill it had passed an bill and not a Carets bill as its encmie pleastire in calling It The House passed tho Original Inckage bill ma ing boldly forward tho demands or best thought of the people of the north and ot House had erected a pyramid of 1 Tjroekinrldge criticised tho code of rules and proceeded to contrast the personal and political relation which existed between Speaker Carlisle and tho members and which existed between them and bpeaket Reed In the lust Confess the members of the minority had always been treated courteously Now a member of the minority rising for recognition did not know what treatment he would receive at the hands of the Speaker He then proceeded to make an earnest appeal against tho force bill concluding as follows Gentlemen of the shall wo not come together Why cannot wo lay aside these suspicions You cannot take yourrotten burmighs from tho South you cannot hold power thoro by mercenaries put at the poll you cannot keep power there by debauchery of the ballotbox or jurybox you cannot make the country one by turning out members who are elect ed by the pooplo and seating men nonelect ed by your voters What you can do is this You can aid thu people of the South lo build HP that country you can holp the United States keep in line Your sons may come and live among us throw their lot with ours intermarry In our families so that while there will still be a North and a South It will he a loving and rich North a prosperous and patriotic South That Is what we Democrats who on this side of tho chamber protest your rules desire to have nine by the people who are behind you at home I appeal to Massa chusetts I appeal to Mie Western Reserve settled by men whu came from Now Eng land i appeal to the living soldiers who mot us in battle array I nppoal to tho Christians who kneel with us at the same altar I appeal to tho brave men who roc ogniiO sincerity and bravery behind you FROM ACROSS THE SEA The Emperor of Germany Arrives in Endaiid nonn it tnkinc fourteen innings before finally decided AUeudanco 00010 2 RECEIVED BY THE ROYAL FAMILY The International Medical Congress in Session ac Cremation Consuls Dis cuss the McKinley BillGeneral Foreign News nnd The National Lieague CINCINNATI Cincinnati won today by ft bunching of hits in the sixth Attendance M400 1 020040007 Philadelphia 0 Smith nnd LONDOX Aug Gorman Imperial yacht with Emperor William and his brother Prince Henry on board arrived at Osborno at 10 this morning Tho Queen signaled welcome to his Majesty from the Osborno House her palace on the Isle of Wight As the yacht entered the Cowos roads the Prince of Wales and the On kc of CJonnaught on board tho royal yacht went out to meet the Emperor A number of others of the royal family awaited tho arrival on the private landing stage Ono German iron clad accompanied the Emperor Ho was also escorted into the harbor by five British torpedo boats AH the Emperor landed a salute was Entering a carriage his Majesty drove to the Osborno Mouse where the Queen the Princess of Wales and the Duchess oi bdm burgh received him at the entrance As he entered the bund played German and Eng lish national anthems Tho Emperor wore a British Admirals uniform After luiushuon the Queen and Emperor had a Ions private interview In the utter noon tho Emperor and Irince Henry drove around tho grounds ofthe Osborno House and visited the Marchioness of Lome and tho Uuchoss of Edinburgh The Emperor will attend Uie yaoht races tomorrow aim will dine with the Royal Yacht Okib Tllli NATIONAL CONGKKSS Aug and Harrington Smith nnri ClSont HUsCincnniRti 9 Ihihulelphia 11 7 Philadelphia if Urn The ame wns cnllod at the end of the seventh inning on ncoount of ruin the score standing 2 Piirk 3 New York 3 Errors Cleveland 3 Now York 2 UmplreMcDer mott cnrcAGO TPiE COLORADO KIDNAPER He Is Arrested for Assault and Tries to Break Jail I 0 20 3 0 9 Boston 5 3 Boston 5 byncii SEW YORK Brooklyn won todays game easily unco 0040 Hits PHtsmirg r Brooklyn Pitlsburg 10 Brooklyn o and Buly Gibson and JJeclcur 1 Chicago Altend 0 2 4 0 iy 06 Errors Umpire Powers Milwaukee The Western Association OMAHA G SIOUX CITY 0 I Sioux COLOKADO SPRINGS 01 St THE ODD TRIENNIAL THE MEMBI5K3 OF THE ORDER TAKE POSSESSION or CHICAGO After dlscnssl was addt tho resolution tntho reinterment of tnu r National Cemetery was of Plumb allowed to ro bo called up at some the tonfllng to 40 per bill was taken up duty on decorated to SO o and on plain tinducoratfd cent by 00 was discussed at cent ware oinl ocommendecl Kimco CommlUeo and Instead of lldjvr in the llmiso bill The matter h L the rato m plain white china to 4 Sa oViUoont The amendment was ftmmll to without division quest ion was on the which fixes tho rate on deco ra eUnin at 50 per cent and on undOQO e t or eont and substituting an o he designation on which the rate of 50 iHr cert Is llxed Agreed Tho next question was ou paragraph Mass and glassware Tho committee amendment was to strike out the paragraph in tho House bill fixing II v appeal to the living people of tho fcorth to Slvo us their uonddenee Wo will deserve we do deserve It and he who says other wise does know us does not speak the truth of us I speak today hi the sightol Cod and Mils body and of those people who have known me since 1 WHS a little boy when Lsay from tlio fullness of my heart there Is no reason why the North and this South should bo apart there Is every reason why tlio and true men of both sections should believe each other Loud applause on tho Democratic Jimiiifillo said no dosiro to attempt any defense of iho Speaker from the kind oC remarks which had boon made from certain purees today Ho then commented upon theClay tonBrecklnridKO case taking as hlsloxl the press roport of tho majority oC the OommlttoH on Elections Upon this toxtho Imllt a strong denunciation of tho election methods In the Southern States lirookliuIdKO said thai his relative the Kwntlonian from Arkansas had not sought an easy escape by a cowardly resig nation of his seat In Congress Indicated that the Rontlomun from Arkansas know that he had done nothing to bo ashamed of and ho know that the truth when lairly found would not affect him Pending action on tho bill the committee rose and tho House adjourned A BOON1 TO rijAYWIUGHTS commit too ns to all rour with two r us ono Mnt per pound on bottloa boldlng not lei than i pint and on demijohns uud tuns houi i ic lcs than H pint Agreed to Thtrnoxt question was on the amendment of ho IMnlncn Committee to strike out uuagraphs 110 til US and IU of tho lusebill and substitute for them ono pn graph J04 taxing glass and glassware cur or ornamented at 45 per cout ad MOonon moved to roduoo the rate In thu Senate amondmont to Bf per cent Ko jcctud Plumb moved to amend tho committee by reducing the rate on cut ami ioi iied glass und glassware from to to 40 Rejected amendment The next question was on e nmvert to amend by fixing a uni 50 por cent fid A lonR to reduce the rates on crown common window glass byPlumb and were rejected on voa and nay votes althoughtntho Iniralls Mandorson and 1lumb voted yea VlnaUy on motion Alrtrlch tho rates were reduced to tiki cents pov pound Tho Senate adjourned of according House Aug House wont lUUsu nvuu thoAVhole ou the Jfonoral Appropriation bill lloudovson o Iowa explained that tho Pa olfio railroad cadms were not provided for tho bill While ho believed tho time was mu U liand when theso claims would have to he settled the committee was practically iinuiimous in refusing to provide for their payment when Uicy aro still ponding In the courts of tho country lioirs attacked tho Speaker and The code of rules ho said tho House was proceeding gave power to stllle debate itis under mWiJLKUr buu i i the 1 ousn force tho passage of b avoid evnos ire outrage andmistreat tho mlnor d bulldoxo the majority He bad do gnuled tho majority with fpll assurance on tho part of tho Kopublioan niembors tmt if this should break down under tho jncig oftho libertyloving they would perisln like Samson under tlys but if it succeeded that ho alone i cup all the glory Their want ot courage was exceeded only bytbolr suloiaul atuyidity und nmorigbuons all XoundVa man with tho couiage tt a pntiiotlsm of and tlio lovo of liboyty cried liberties tbeso arc our country man arid you are and we will zi i f Sclicmo oC New York Man Nnw Yonic Aug Dispatch Kranolaco Blngley has established In this city what ho calls The Amorhjan Theater His an unfortunate name Cor a very interesting Institution It Is in brlof a scheme for tho production of plays for playwrights who have not money enough to have them put on In the regular way and Is based on tho Idea of tho Kronoh tree theater which was estab lished by M Antoino and a few friends sov onil years ago and has since been such success that they aro now erecting a build luff for use as largo and elegant as the Odeon Blngleys ambitious soar to similar hights Ho does not confess to being himself an au thor but ho says that there uro thousands of magnificent plays lying around this coun try growing yellow and dusty for lack of a hearing He proposes to give thorn aohanco and bo starts under rather more favorable thinks than did M An tolno His groutscheme Is to liako the man dscrlpts mad them and have actors pro fessional and amutour road rehearse and eventually play them and as a resultthis production which will cost the authornoth ing A market Cor tHe plays will be opened up Tho people who appear will not be paid it being an opening for them a chance to make make their oC CAUGHT THE BIG INDIAN The Funny Exposure of Spiritualistic Frauds at Ueavomyorth LEAVKNWORTYI Aug Francisco Chronicle Local spiritualistic circles aro excited over aioxpose that took place Friday evening at residence of James G Doalno chief of poilco of this For tho last ton days ho hasiind as guests two noted mediums by the und Moade who came fromSan Francisco Among those present at J scanco Friday opening wore O H Put ncv and One or twodeparted frlenfn hadmade their appearance from tho oabiuofc when a big Indian strode put and vs hcpassecl Putney the latter made a Wabfor hlninnd succeeded iu catching hold his scalplock which proved to bo a wig ani which was torn from tho medium s Tho lights woro turned on and tho was found crouching corner THE PROVO ELECTION Only Half of tho Gentile Voters Go to tlxc Polls Utah Aug to TBIB Acbunt of the city vote shows that li wvtivn Medical was opened in this city to day llortVon Hoetticher chief oL the Im perial Home Oilice and representative or the Chancellor Herr Von liil Treasurer Von JorJler 1jusslan Minife tir of Ecclesiastical Affairs Instruction and Medical Allalrs und Herr 1Mrth Pinissiau Minister of the Tnteilor represented the German Government opening oero president of tho Con nrtss miide thu opening addioss Ho ex pressed tho Emperorssympathy with the objects of the Congress and said Germany would devote herself to science and humane off or us Twentytlvo li und rod German and foreign doctors Including f00 physi cians from America will be present Von Hoettichcr made an address welcom ing tho delegates on behalf oC the Gorman States and Dr Von Gosslor welcomed them ou behalf of the An address welcoming tho delegates to Berlin was made by tho Burgomaster oi tno Dr Hamilton SurgeonGeneral of the United Stains Marine Hospital Service who was Secretary of the congress hold last year at Washington and others made speeches Iu response to the addresses of several papers Pro fessor NeiLhow president oC the Congress announced the arrangement ot sections and invited all members to a fell this evening inthe park SirTamos Paget was elected Honorary rrcsldunt A CONiri21llJv7CT3 The International Conference on Crema tion opened today The conference re solved that the governments of the world ought to the pornloions of the present method of disposal of tho dead and ought td consent to cremation KNQrjAJfn IMtOTECTlNG OURMANS LONDON tho request of the GovnMin Government England has ordered one of her menofwar now at Buenos Ayres to protect tho Interests of Germans residing in that city A CONlfKUKNCU Of CONSTTljS PARTS Aug American Con suls areholding a ooYiferenco at tne Ameri can Consulates Hero on the mode of apply in tho McKinloy bill in Emope St Clair oAho Consular Bureau at Washington was elected President viUK ONTUB noiY MOUNTAIN LONDON from Athens announce a most disastrous flrc upon the celebration onMount Athos the holy moun tain bf tho Greek church The fire de stroyed the largest part of its wonderful forces Twenty Greek Have been located upon the mountain for centuries were most completely destroyed The damage is estimated at francs Twenty monks and hermits perished in tho THE SPORT1INTG RECORD A TenRound MillThe Races and Ball Games PORT TOWNSBNO Atig Oloary of this city knocked out Robin son of Montana in ten with twoounce gloves punished Elaborate preparations for tho Weeks CeremoniesTwo Hundred Tliousaiul Visitors Expected in tlio City CHICAGO Aug Dispatch San Francisco There wero indications in the clfy last nlgbb of tho approach oi tho triennial cantonment of the Militant which begins to day A great many bauiness houses were decorated with flags and banners bearing Odd Fellow emblems and insignia Men in the gorgeous uniform tho military branch of tlio order were numerous on tho streets The work of decorating the battery and tittiiv it up as a lodgeroom went vigorously forward all and at tho hutelstJolonels Generals and other ollioialsof the Patriarchs Militant were arriving constantly At General Underwoods headquarters in trie Puilnian building members of the from a distance followed in a stream ing to report and shako Bauds with the Every thing this celebration will be the largestgatherlnecot the mem Dors oC any order held anywhere The estimate made some time ago General Underwood that the eclebratiori THREE INDIAN MURDERERS CAPTURED A Band of Flatheads Surrounded by a Sheriffs Party of Negroes Ambushed and Shot forod every post in the Cabinet to the op position loaders but out declined the olTcr The officers of the reiMmoms recently opposed to each oilier now and declare that the troops vm bo united The naval ofiioers have resumed i their commands Tho policemen anu tire men defend Columns house against sur prise by the enemy WHITE SQUADRON TROUBLE Two Officers Suspended 1or Staying on Shore NEW YORK Aug story has just leaked out at the Navy yml to the effect that while the White Squadron was anchored at Kio Janeiro in June last En sign Manning K Kyros and Lieu tenant William K E Hush were subjected to a courtmartial for being on shore over AN EXPLOSION AT DENVER J C Bosworth Killed and Burned to a Crisp PANIC IN A GAMBLING HOUSE order ca 1 rounds yesterday Both wore badly lloblnson is blind in one eye bring to tho city likely to fallshortof the actual facts It is probable that the number of and friends of Odd Fellmvs who hero clurlng the triennial bo nearer than Witili scarcely an oxcoplion all tlio downtown hotels are putting up large quantities of cots number ot militant organizations ar rived during tho afternoon and evening A very much larger number will arrive this Among the prominent officers ind members of the order already registered hero at the hotels are General Louis Van iNordori Grand Patriarch of the order in Ohio MajorGeneral of Trenton N L of tho lieutenantGeneral s stall1 General Biissell and General Blaok both of the stair corps MajorL Otis Humphrey Past Grand Master of Illinois General Alfred OrenrorF commander of the Patriarchs iMIlitant of Illinois General E Mcrriam of Boston InspcctorGcnoral of the order Colonel F II Voster of the llrst Regiment of Indiana BrigadierGeneral J T Abbott of Iowa Colonel Theodore Secretary of the Sovereign Grand Lodge General A C Cable of Covington nnd Grand Representative J T Porter of Cedar Rapids Iowa yKSTKKDAYS PROCEEDINGS CHICAGO Aug Tho Odd Fellows and Patriarchs Militant hold possession of Chicago Every sectiou of the United States is represented Lieu tenant General Underwood Grand Sire of the order and commander of the military branch of the Patriarchs Militant sent out from hero half a million letters and circu lars relative to tho cantonment aim m many other ways called attention to the great event i Contests in tho civil branches of the order early today and will continue throughout the week The most of these will be held in tho Batterys Armory The merit contestsin tho work on the Rebekah Degree of thewomens department were gallantly Riven precedence and began this morning ono tirocldotv down toe oonoladpd I tel The Races SARATOGA Aug won Yariella second Lady TJnde third Second ghtor won ond Silver Prince third Time Third race mile mid n litz won Puzzle second third Time Fourth race ono Lewis won Saunterer second Eugenie third Time Fifth race mile and seventy inence won Bonaletta second Stryke third Sixthrace six P ivon Bohemian Diamond third Time Seventh race six Happiness second Pell Time The Players Brotherhood CLEVELAND Philadelphiawas defeated today in a loosely 0 5 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 O5 10 Jjrrors Cicvelaud Halrnan aiidHolbcrt Tho BufCalosandBostons playodtwo games today and split evon 3000 533 votes cast out of 810 registered The Liberal vote is HO or about 50 per cent ot their strength The Peoples vote 417 shows about Cf per cent of thenumberof voters tboy claiiu Many Liberals were absent from tlie city oi tlie stayed away polls disgiisted witn their were soventeen scratched tickets and nine Peoples iXn theCounty elbbtion today the as follows on the forKbcordor Liberal So o 2 08 o 05 S Shendau sooo ilfaok Madden und HitsBiirtulo 9 Boston 3 Errors and KG The proceedings were opened by the Queen of the Lakes Bebekab Degree Lodge 212 of Chicago The prizes for which the Robekah Lodges to tho number of eleven ars com peting aggregate S1500 The lodges cota petingoutside of Chicago are from Columbus Ohio Riobmoud Minneapolis Bloomington and Omaha At j p m the only public ceremony took place This was the hoisting of the American This wus tho official signal that the contonmcnt had begun It was the intention to raise all three of the Hags at tho same instant and a signal lor that purpose was given by Underwood but General Cable was determined that the stars and stripes should go up first and as he held the rope they did lomght a magnificent reception and ball was given at Battery D Armory under the auspices of Robekah A CARPENTERS CONVENTION Judge Tuley Addresses the Brother Orders Growth Aug of the Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of the UnitedStates commenced the session of tho National convention today They have under consideration several important changes in the constitution was adopted eight years ago Mayor Oregler others addressed the con Vejadgo Tuly in jils speech said the meet in today was an important one and it meant the success iu making the eighthours bav an establishedfact to the carpenters and joiners in Chicago He said there were some things however radically wrong Thereare too many strikes and disorder A strike meant an individual andrights founded on violence are un stable Rights should be reached by lationand not by physical force Tho secretarys report showed that from 3000 members unions to 70 000 distributed in 704 unions In thlrfcyniue cities is a day s work audjin 234 places the men Avork nine while cities the work forraday is over at4 oclock The MEEKER Aug recent arrest of Joe Harrison for assault turns out to be a very important one as it is now developed that he is the Texan wanted for kidnaping and holding the cattleman Shinncy from Egeria park until tho sum of 51000 was sent to him It appears that tho prisoners mother sold a bunch of cattle to Shinney but could not get tho pay and Harrison adopted the novel plan of capturing and keeping him in the mountains about Meeker till the pay was forthcoming Last night about 12 oclock Harrison made a de termined effort to escape by digging under the wall of the jail put a passerby heard the uoise and gave the alarm before he had finished his work THUUB TOUGH REDSKINS CAPTURED BUTMS Aug TRIB UNE Houston who with a posse left Missoula on Thursday night for tho Plathead country to arrest the Indian mur derers Paseale Antes and Williams return ed to Missoula tonight with tho redskins in custody A special to tho Mind says of the adventure Houston arrived at Demorsvillo at tho head of tho reservation on Saturday and in conjunction with Deputy United States Marshal Grant organized a posse of sixty men and on that night tiie little band took up their line of march down the Fluthead lake After an allnight ride just at day break they spied Chief Enoss camp of Kootonai Indians and quickly surrounded it On demanding the murderers Enos seemed inclined at first to bo vicious but ho soon saw that this time the frontiersmen were commanded by a man who had come for a purpose The Chief himself was ah once made a prisoner whereupon Enos weakened and ordered his men to bring in Paseale which was done Irons were placed on the mur derer and tho white men withdrew The capture of the other two men was en trusted to Deputies Grant and Ramsdell Houston with a squad took Paseale to Ravelli while the two Deputies and their men made a detour and quickly run across Antes and Williams and placed them in irons without interference on tho part of tho tiibo The party then joined Houston at capturing Marshall Chief of tho PendOreilles and he is now held under a strong guard as a postage for the delivery of Pierre Paul and Lalix two other mur derers The prisoners maintained a dogged Indifference yet were keenly alive to all that was going on They are about the toughest looking specimens of human form tVat over passed behind the bars of a county jail Houston starts again for the Flathead country tomorrow after tho two other red skins THE KEIMfLEH ELECTROCUTION ATJBUUN Aug afternoon the postman carried into tho prison a reg istered letter addressed to W M Kcmmlcr The postmark was Philadelphia and upon the envelope was written the words From your brother Bonry Doubtless this communicalion was thought by tho writer to be and probably would be tho last to pass between the brothers At 4 oclock tliis afternoon Warden Durston told an Associated Press reporter that tho execution would not take place whithin twentyfour hours Bearing upon this point is a private dispatch received in this city from Buffalo stating that invited witnesses to tho execu tion had been asked to be present in Auburn at 7 oclock Tuesday evening Reasoning fromthose facts people are divided in opinion as to whether Kcmmler will die to morrow or upon Wednesday evening Doubtless more people here are of tho be lief that Wednesday morning will bo tho time of execution TARS JfAKE A BREAK NEWPORT R L Aug British sailors attempted to escape from their ship this afternoon stealing a boat while excursionists were landing Tho night and that for this both wove sentenced to suspension from duty for two years Tho reason for tho heavy us given by a prominent oftieer was that Rio Janeiro was at that time n in fected port the infection beimr yellow fever Terrible Force of the Commerce of the Great Lakes Blockaded by the Breaking of a Canal Casualty Record DEXTER Aug to A few minutes after 1 oclock this morning than by day and for this reason the navy regulations provide very stringent rules in relation to shore leaves in intVoted ports the order being that no member of a snip s company shall remain on shore ufier uusk Disobedience of this rule means a likelihood of infection to the whole ships crew There are rumors of other troubles having occurred on board ship one of the cases bo ing well known namely the suspension ol Commander Howell on the ground of diso bedience of orders in having sailed his ship out of the harbor at Toulon without per mission This ease still remains to bo set tled THE CENTRAL AMERICAN WAR KIVASS INDIANS JOIN THE SAtVA B OKI AX AIWIY Strained Relations Between Guatemala ami tho United Terll of the Salvadorean Troops CITY OF MEXICO Aug Dis Francisco Chronicle An American living in Salvador has sent a dispatch here confirming in every particular the dispatches about Ezetas victory over Rivas and asserting that the march made by Ezeta HO miles was covered in one day and a half and the fight took place immedi ately on the arrival of the troops at the cap ital lasting from Tuly 20th to tho Jilst inj elusive General Rivas instead of being j captured in the capital was taken prisoner j in Aculvuaea a suburban town and brought to the capital with many other leaders of the Indians anfl shot With the death of their leaders the Indian prisoners of war will loin General Ezotas forces and march against tho Guatemalans This is assured by Pan He says that Rivas was idolized by the Indians but wiui death they will look upon his conqueror as their leader Consequently Antoino will take them to the seat ol war in Guate mala and into regiments with the Salvadorian army placing perhaps one hundred with each regiment or battalion They will bo detailed to make night attacks on points of advantage held by malans These attacks will bo made with their ugly knives and their charges will probably bo such as they will be forced to make them at the point of tho bayonet and will be allowed no firearms As Lsseta wab aware of the methods employed in warfare by the Indians he was able to defeat obem It Is believed by Mr Pau that Antonio with his army of two thousand men and his Indian prisoners should not have arrived on the Guatemalan frontier tonight On good authority it is stated that all airs between the United States and Guatemala are in a very critical condition Owing O the seizure of firearms aboard the Col i ma and the tampering with the official corres pondence of the United States by the Guate malan the patience of the United States it is said is about exhausted Two American menofwar are already m the port of San Jose and are ready to meet any emergency Other cruisers from the United States are expected to arrhe Strange international courtesy vras experi enced in 1SS5 under the dictatorship oi Bar rios and whileJn this case theLnltedSUtcs is apparently slow to move it may move sooner than the Guatemalan Government may desire or appreciate The telegrams sent from the State De partment at Washington to Minister number into the hundreds and some ot the wero peremptory and required Immediate replies which have not been received here is a possibility that they never reached the h dest nation The confidential agcnc of bal vador says referring to the official telegram to Minister Mlzner that Salvador never in terrupts official dispatches from cutral tii firOivor bv force H bat crew wero sent in They shot one cut anothers finger with a cutlass and cap tured all but three as they landed at the torpedo station SHOT FROM AaMBTJSn ABERDEEN AUR Eight miles east of this place last night while a parvy ofcolored people were returning from church they were ilred upon from ambush with a cun loaded with buckshot by an un known person A woman named Susan Henry was instantly killed and her husband seriously wounded It is not known what could have been the motive for the deed AN ITALIANCR1JIE ND BROOK N Aug terrible Against Hoiton made an orderon 33d Cancans attorney in to file charging Mayoiv Grcsjer WHhcollisl6nwitli keepcrs uguirist track should be the result of a love affair occurred in the Italian settlement known as Gravel Pit in the outskirts of Bound Brook yesterday Several years ago anItalian girl came to this country and worked in the Bound Brook millsShe was engaged to a lover Iu Italy but in a short time married one of the Bound Brook Italians Yesterday a brother of the liltedlover visited the settlement and meeting the woman struck her over the head with a bottle Tho husband inter fered and in a moment the two engaged in a mortal fight A free fight soon followed All turned out and fought one another vi ciously with all sorts of weapons During the nigh wo u iided men died in great agony Several others are expected to die MEXICAX MABAUDERS IN TEXAS SAX ANTONIO Aug An attack was made upon the town of Shatter Presidio county this moraing by twentyfive Mexi A State Banger namedGraves was killed and Deputy Sheriff Lee seriously wounded A posse of rangers and Deputy Sheriffs have left Mar fa to capture the marauders It is reported tbatShaf ter was sacked and An Honest NEW YORK Aug United States Sena tor Jones of Nevada left his hotel hurriedly this afternoon intending to take the train He summoned a cab aud placed three satchels on the seat by the driver One of the bags contained registered railroad bonds valued After a short distance he noticed that the bag containing the bonds as In spector Byrnes was notified and a general alarm Late iu the afternoon the driver of the wagon hotel with Hhe missing in the Thedriyer was dulyre warded willing to deliver by force necessary United States official telegrams to Mizner at the capital of Guatemala TI1E SALVADOIUAN IN PANAMA Aug is believed here that San Salvador is now n a most precarious situation Her whole available strength of has been thrown into Guatemala Flushed with re peated success this little army growing smaller with each engagement is pushing forward into the heart of the enemys coun try It is feared however that when tuaie malaand Honduras have mobilized their forces they Will overwhelm this little army vhS seems to have already wan dered beyond the lines of possible retreat Then it is thought will be the time for Nicaragua and Costa Rica to take the field Even then however unless Mexicocomesto aid the smaller States the are that Guatemala will be enabled to icr rule upon the entire country and sub stitute a centralized military government for the proposed federal union Meanwhile Gautemala will have to settle a serious account with the United Suues tho seizure by Guatc supplies on board the the iace pilaster iago 7 but I Th Si tuatiotf iBuenos oSiDON ispatch W3uehosAiy resi says SViceS President threatens to Celman ot on account of mala of war Pacific Mail steamer legally Salvador at San Francisco for San No intimation had beer given of a state of siege having been declared betore the Colima It is understood that Elaine has taken prompt action in the mat ter Owing to this episode strong are entertained among a largo circle that the United States willput forth its best endeavors to smooth over the quarrel and stop the war ere it goes too far TOUH MORE BATTLES YORK HfiraW dis patch from San La Libcrtad savsFour tnore battles have been fought Salvadoreans against the Guatemalan troops within the territory of Guatemala The Salvadorian troops are now firmly es tablished within forty miles of the Guatc rnalan capital ment of the twostory brick building at Larimer occupied by the Denver FIro Clay und Chemical Supply Rouse resulting in the death of President J C Bosworth Is also President of the Colorado Natu ral Gas and Oil Company The explosion was a terrific one shaking the buildings perceptibly for a distance of at least a block around while tho report was heard up town for ten blocks Follow inc instantaneously an immense sheet of llinno shot nearly across the street illumi nating tho scene for a great distance around and almost before an alarm could bo turned in the whole front of the building was one mass of ilames The people along tho street for a consid erable distance were badly frightened At a big gambling house only three doors away fully fifty men were In placing their money on the green cloth When tha deafening sound reached their ears every cheek was blanched and business immed iately suspended W T Cornwall secretary of the company gave the following report of what occurred as nearly is he knew I was sitting at my desk just at tiie right of the open doors when I heard an explosion and tho next tiling I knew I was Jiying through tho air I lit on my hands and knees on the side walk and asI looked behind mo I saw a sheet of Hame burst from the doors and immediately the large plate glass windows wero broken in a million pieces I sprang to escape beingcut to pieces the falling glass and rushed away Iwas just in time The glass fell as I loft tiro Several people who wero passing at the time were blown lialiway across tho street One man was badly cut with broken glass Mr Bosworth was working ata bench the middle of the storeroom He was mak ing flash lights Thomaterial is made of highly explosive ingredients which be proportioned in exactly proper quantities in order no effective and nee dangerous is supposed that Mr Bosworth in some ner used too much or not enough of some materialv and the explosion followed His body the to the right ot trance burned almost beyond recog nition The right side of the and scorched tho brains coxing from the skull which was torn open by explosion The entire body was shriy cled The arms x and limbs were v entirely without fiesh and y the white bones visible The entrails wore pro jecting and bleeding Tho patrol wagon took tho mass of burned flesh to the Coro ners office While taking tho dead man from tho stretcher tho arms and legs fell from the body so terrible was tho effect of of the burns Tho shipping clerk Ernest tumbeck who was at work inthe rear building was thrown against tho wall by the force of explosion and severely cut about tho head with glass He managed to escape but nob before the hair on his head was well There were several other clerks on theupper floor who escaped The damage to the building and loss the stock is placed at The dead man was one of the most prominent men of tho city COMMERCE INTEItrtUPTED STR MAHIE Aug elated lock valve of St Marys v Canal which Became disabled last Thurs day has been repaired and passages were esumed this morning there being a delay eightynine hours to lake commerce No ause can be given for tho valve breaking xccpt that the wrist which held it In its leaning was not of sufficient strength to unport tho immense weight of the ind the principal cause of delay othe repairs was tho pumps giving out have 150 vessels tied up ten million dollars cov Ming about tons of cargo The a i cctloss to the vessels is about vhile the general public loss raises this to ibout Lake commerce cannot rq over from tills delay inside of two months Six hundred passengers arc on the steam ers delayed here since Thursday A JIOKUOH LNXSPRUCK Aug is received of railway horror that happened at Baels Cation near here An express train sud Jenly left the rsiils and rolled down airem iankment three cars falling into the stream There were 120 people m thecars it tho time rt Is believed thnt the loss of Ife is very high some placing it at 100 A Kentucky Election Aug general election is throughout Kentucky oiilv office to be filled is the of the Court of Appeals The candidates ire W W Longmorc and Judge J H Pinsley The judge for the Court be elected from theThird most A Kansas Rain KANSAS CITY Aug ceneral rains that have fallen in six mon visited all of Kansas last oight and The hot winds last week did and m this morning further damage to corn however the greater part of the State the rains were too late to do any good A Poets Suggestions A gentleman should never talk of Ms love affairs or his religion I abominate drusaud narcotics and have always carefully avoided anythingwhich spurs nature to exertion which it would no otherwise niake If the religion of cism wereto gather strength and preai and becomethVdorninant view of nianKinu I District and delegates to the first Constitq Sonal Convention since IMOwill Reports up to midnight indicate that Lonemoore would have a larger majority than the Democratic ticket received at the last general election The Democrats Carry Alabama Aug elec tloTih today for Governor and State officers and members of the ents or Eepublicans A Discovery 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