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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE MOST EXTENSIVE Jn tho Koclty Mountain CIRCULATION EXCEEDING In tfce City Combined 209 Cl3tf33BCWrt LAW SALT LAKE CITY UTAH 3TBIDAY MOBKISTG AUGUST 8 1S90 PRICE FIVE CE3STTS HFW FIFI LLU The Senate Cftfflinittco Reconstructs the House THE TROOPS PROVISION LEFT OUT Important AnticndmcnlflA trtng and Short Hani Against the Santa FcGcncral Me 3oo3cs Notes AnCi 7 Among the changes which Sonata Oommlttoo ln tho substitute for tho Lodge Election bill reported to tho Hennti today tro tbo following All to section of tho Kevlwrl Statutes which It was claimed provides for the prosonco of troops at the polls arc stricken out and vision for thedrawing nf Jurlfs by ixOi i iiUslonors is also Tho f wero simplified and mud mcjaiiorrt InsuMiil of Nio incuts wcio mortified tho highest minlsh Impostd holntf throe years luont and a lino of 51000 an VcjirsandalluOofSKMH in thf mi ludgcrs of tho CircuitCourt before whom the application wart mudo for tip polutmonl f supervisors Is juithorlxca i appoint as suriurvlrtuM any persons that hi son It not cnniimd In bin Uctioit to tho list furnished liy chief supervisor In whoro uMt In the wrona box they are not U tally shoot shovvMtm votes for Congressmen do not t e bnlo ts bill bill said Allison as it passed the louse bad and was then In creased by the Senate The net reductions agreed to in the Conference Com mittee amounted to so that tho bill carried under Urn conference report The amendment as to the Latin American library had been stricken out also the provision for the rx penscsof two additional land offices The appropriation of for military posts had been reduced to All the Senate amendments relating to National soldiers homes including that appointing man agers had been struck out The mutter will now go to the Military Committees of Vhe two Mouses The provisions in relation to the rogation survey had been postponed for conference The conference re port was ordered printed and went over till tomorrow without action Hoar from the Committee on Privileges and Kleitions reported a substitute for tho House Election hill and it was placed on tho calendar The minority of the commit tee he said dissented from the report lryogavo notice ho would not the Senate to take up the Klver and Harbor bill until Friday of next week Mitchell expressed regrets at the post ponement of the Riverand Harbor bill Im portant works wore now stopped in Oregon and he would give preference tho Jvlver and Harbor bill rather than to tho la rill The non Terence report on the Fortification j bill was presented but went over without action After oexecutlvo session the Senate ad journed House WASinNOTOX Aug Tn tho House a resolution was adopted calling on the Post masterfioneral for copies of agreements for transport atiMi of the mails between the United States and foreign countries tho conditions upon which tho awards are made and tho rates of payment The House then wont into Committee of the Whole on the General Delicieiioy bill Rogersmoved to strike out tho clause ap roriaUn George Matthews points while CaptainICerr Sixth Cavalry uarno in second with a score of 141 points For the days shooting Private KcLser made the remarkable score of 140points and Cor poral Thornton Troop Cavalry comes in second with a score of Private Kciserhas won the first place on the division team tho gold modal place in Lho army and with a score of G4C points or 41 points better than has ever been made on any team a record of 005 points being the highest score ever known to have been made it having been made here last year on tho division team by Private W T Stewart Troop Iv Sixth Cavalry Last year on the Bellovue rifle range Corporal J M Turner Troop A Eighth Cavalry won the first gold medal with a score of 478 Keiscr beats his by 108 points On the Leaven worth range the highest score was inado by Lieutenant Thayer Third Cavalry who won tho first modal with a score of 5f0 points Kciser tops him by 00 points There is no doubt that the Sixth Cavalry has the best shots in tho army there being no less than KX members winning medals which is something re markable Tomorrow the first day of the pistol con test will be held The shooting will boat twentyfive yards off hand THE SHIPPERS AUOUSED f names on tho tho votes so wrongly list shall to thn rally sheet to make the vote tin mi I to the whole number of votes shown he asl thn nlooUon to administer oath apply thcrfor It Is that tin the oath but rto onort wMl havu tho thus refused cast I obleet IroliiK nmroly to prrsiavi tes timony of the application and refusal Gomml McUook will bo assigned to tho upurtriHiitof Arizona with headquarters LSanla fsmv Mexico A AND HItOUT UAUr DKWSION Tho intorstato Oominorco Oommlsslon nniiniimcd Its decision toilay In Iho eiiso or tho Han llonuirdlno Hoard of Trudo against and othorj In fnvorof tho Tho nllmMl Mm railroad companieschargoa OH curtain spooled commodities from Missouri rlvor points St Louis Ghluiko Dntrolt and Now ork to sun than for a Inngur dlstauco ovor tho llriri to los Angeles Tho points rtccUlocl biIolly staled arc us followsWhere the complaint ullogcid thai Kioator in tho aggregate for triina porMiUiHi of a Hko kind of property Is mu o for a shorter than a longer distance over tho sumo lino intho direction tho snorter Imuudod Ui tho longor and uu uwfitl Brnfflrunoo is thuroliy plvnn niiu another It Is held that tho sufficient to put tho currtoiK on prooTthat tho service cro rmi cred undersuch dissimilar clroum M as to Justify tho Hmro Wator competition which will stily a groator for a shorter dls t n e bv railroads must ho actual 1osslblo competition will not Justify snob a greater cluirge under tho previsions of tho fourth seclion of the aet to commoroe The tiling of ii schedule of rates with tho romnVlsskvn us required by tho raises no presumption as tho legality of such rates and no omission or to challenge or disapprove schedules so moil hivt the elleet of making lawful rates which are unreasonable rUOillIKTOKS MXCLUnKI Tinassistant of the Secretary of tho of fho Treasury says the Depart haviug decided that a laundryman In full fo the term of tho Fifty flist Congress for which lie was elected as delegate from Mio Territory of Dakota Lost Clunlo offered an amendment granting an extra months pay to the employees oC tho HiinatiMind House Agreed to The bill disposed of the committee rose and amendments were agreed to savo that granting an extra months salary to tho Senate and House employees and then the bill went over until tomorrow A d Jou med CONVENTIONS AND ELECTIONS T II K K P U 15 1V1 O AN S ST OKLAHOMA CARRY THE Tlio Aiistraliim Ifallot System Wipes Out u Ko publican Majority A GooVfjlu Tliikct Nominated OKLAHOMA finv T Aug The first election over held in this Territory wont olf quietly yosUrday The Territory lias gone Democrat ic by a small majority GimiiUK Atuv Full returns from thoolectlons In Uldaliama show that tho Ke publlCRris will havu a majority on a joint ballot if tho two HOUHOS of tho first Terri torial Legislature Milton W Reynolds who WHS elected dologatcat latgo Is lying dangerously 111 at and b not expected to live his homo Resolutions Pnsseti Against the New Bill JLnclintf OrriOAOO Aug afternoon at a mooting composed of representatives of the principal commercial organizations of this country with reference to tbo enforcement of the socalled uniform bill of lading tho following resolutions were adopted with tho Millers National Association uiul I iu mid ciiltlo fredcrs of the UniKdSUitoH hnvw uiiitorl in sllorr nv coiiforiiiiucuiul Inir rcpriisniiUiUon to inilucc jiirriurs1 Ui tliilor tho Lho socnilcd imiform bill of lading until us terms jipnliuations nnd scopo iniKlit hi fully cxuinincd nnd propurly uudurstootl by nil ii ml WMKIIKAN un express agreo mcnL to riHionniKtnd n or time snid rcprosentuiivcs did rcoom mcml nn immedinU luloption nnd said iiislruiiioiit WHKKKAS Tin practical offocl oi tins notion lins bison an advance in ruins rang ing from 30 to TXJ per con I sibove tlifi prices which worn churgnd for transporting tbo sumo commoriitins niul products under shiiilnr isoiulitions nnd prior to August 1st iii Thnt our nurnesl protest ngninst tno unjust null iiiiroiisonnhlo course by the riiilwnvseinbriicocl in Lhc Coiitm Trnnio irunk Southern nnd Associa tion iuil UniUid Ijiike Lines bo recordod Jteiioliwt Thnt wo recommend to shippers that they combine to make protest ngninst the en rorwrnontor ihisspocinl contract nnd hut nil ihnrgcs which may be as compensnlioii for shipping under coiulitioiis niul liMbility be submitted to the proper legal tnbunn for UKS purpose of testing their justness aim reasonableness NOT IT Nww YOIIK Aug a mooting oi the joint committee of tho Trunk Linos Asso ciation today a telegram way sent to tho shippers conference in Chicago declining to rescind the instructions putting into effect the new bill of hiding Tho telegram asserts that with tho new bill asa basis a conference committee can amend and change it so as to socuro moro effectively than in any otibor manner a form acceptable to ail interests OILMANS SUCCESSOR THECROEL WARABOUT OVI Peace Negotiations Between Guate mala and San Salvador AN AMERICAN CONTRACTORS CORPS Guatemalas Diplomatic Agents Ac cused of ColdBloortcd Exctas Election dorian Honor Must Be Vindicated Traitor Routed Our OF MEXICO Aug Francisco Chronicle General Ezeta ol Salvador has Informed the diplomatic corps at Guatemala City which is mediating for peace that heoanxiously wishes pence Jn order to avoid further blood shed Tho announcement here of the ac ceptance by Guatemala of tho proffered mediation of United States Minister Mi nors services with a view of securing pence through the foreign diplomatic corps resi dent in tho city of Guatemala is considered as conclusive proof of weakness on tho part of the Guatemalan Government which in making war againstSalvador did not reckon with its host Pan says the Salvadorian Government has been notiiicd of the offer of tho diplomatic corps to arrangetorms of peace but ho is without information as to tho exact terms proposed If they aro not couched in lan guage that will insure stable peace and non interference of the Guatemalan Government with the internal affairs of Salvador tney will be rejected Tho Government of Sal vador is not seeking tho conquest or tbo an olGuaumala The trouble with that country has been as is evidently plain to the world now over tho question whether she would persist in the employment oi her domineering methods in theaiVairs of tho Salvadorian Government A correspondence recovered on tho field of battlo has shown duplicity and his direct orders to liis forces to violate Salvadors territory Salvadors army did not invade Guatemala until after several inelToutnal attempts bad been made by Guatemalan generals to po sition their forces in Salvador Colonel D Brown an American railroad contractor in Salvador with 200 drilled Americans is reported as having taken an active part with Salvador in tbo battles against Guatemala He and his men as sisted Ezota during thepresidency of Men to put down a revolution started by Rlvas andlie was among tho first to volun teer to oller aid to Ezotn in tbo present war Guatemala There were groat festivities in tho capital of Guatemala today occasioned by tele grams received there from the frontier an nouncing that a battle bad been fought and won by Government with the revo lutionary forces under command of crals EstauLsIao Cerna and of Is laborer a Chinaman Who Is tho proprietor laundry would not under tho act of notobo USSS be allowed to re In the United States after visiting his uatlvtt country CONKIUMATIONS Kulsters of land officesSamuel Gordon MMtvToity W Roberts Saorainontu A AY IN CONGHESS A Quiet riv r Session in Both ion Considered WASHINKTOX Ang prollm isuiry morning business tho Tariff bill was taken up by the Senate tho ponding ques tion being on VanooVumondmonb to reduce duty on pip iron from thiuo coots pci poiind tor por ton Vances amendment was Teas 17 imyfl 27 There deviations from the party linos on tho viite The next paragraph 120 taxes bar iron round iron flat and square iron from PtO of a v one conf per pound according to MeVhurson stated thatthe dutViu tbo paragraph is of a oentner punnd and that the duty on a ton of siuh iron in equal quantlllos vronld be i0 10 per Tho iron referred to was of tlio lowest quality not charcoal Iron and way too nigh lie to amend by striking out wor pound inserting a uniform rate of 0 vov cent ad valorem lie said tho duty proposed hi tho bill was equal from o to 60 Mr Sherman questioned MoTharaons fuels and figures After further debate lUcThorsms Amendment was rejected i oas IS nava 28 Another strict party Tlionoxt parapraiph tuxoaround Jron in coils or rods of certain shapes and sues cents por pound There was a provision that all ohareoul Iron shall be subject to ft duty of not less than por ton Tho pro visionduos not apply to pig iron i to roduco tho various hi tho Uojectotl Aranco moved rtulaco the rate in para beam girders and other shupos of iron or steel from 010 of one cent per pound Gray asked why tho duty on structural forms of and iron used for ships and tnlUllnKs shouUl not be removed ho said on sucii forms as wore to bo used in voxels ifitondod for tho foreign trado TliU could not injure any domostic rcfii becMiso no vessels for foreign com bolng constructed in tho United graph romarlced that provision for that hud boon made In another pftra KlvIddock to Aldrich In tho inter osfcof to agroo to a at least omitonth of a cent per pound ou TlliJ ALAHAMA 1 Ala from tho elections show that the Democratic tuaiorlty Is unusually large but the exact figures cannot be ascertained before Satur day Thure is no Republican or ludopcn dont in the Senate In the House them are throe lie public a us and one Independent A OKOU01A TfCKKT NOMINATKD ATLANTA Aug tho ocratic convention today the following Heket was Governor W J Nor then Iliuicoclv eounty Sccrotaryof Htato General IMiil Cook Leo R Ii llardumanu Newton Comptroller General Captain Wright Richmond At Judge George Lester Ooblv Comiiiisskmer of Agrleulturn U L Nesbitt Uobb The platform favors cotrooting tho abuses of government by a strict reliance upon tho Integrity and ability of tho Democratic party and points with pride to tho fidelity with which the alVairs of state have been by the present incumbents Till SVSTJOM IN fillATTANOOCA Aug liOpOftS to tho Times from all parts oftho State indi cate a quiet olccMon for county onioors a small vote polled Tho Farmers Alliance succeeded in electing In somo coun ties independent candidates H J Loabon was elected Supremo Court Judge by a largo malorlty Tbo gruutwt excitement prevails here tonight on account of tho result of the election for county olllcers today This eounty which gives ordinarily siboufc 1000 Kppobliean majority tochiyelected tho en tire Domocratio ticket Tlie change was brought about by the now registration law and the Australian system of Quito fifty per cent of the negro vote was lost by I ho in consequence of these laws This is tho first tlmo since tho war that tho entire Democratic ticket was elected in this eounty TAKEN IN HAND Harrison Persuades Him to Modify His Reciprocity Ideas Nirw YOHK Ang Dispatch San Francisco Chrnnicle Sorios Wash ington correspondent of Heraldthis morning announced that President Harrison has by argument Socrotary Blalno to modify his reciprocity ideas Tho corres pondent says tho President took exception to the Secretarys froo sugar scheme and that Blalno has agreed to make somo ma torial modifications The President also converted his Secretary on tbo wool ques tion Blnino bad promised tbo PanAmeri can to provide a way for frco South American wools and bo sent a shiver down the backs of protectionists by his out spoken declarations on the subject It was largely because of this declaration that tho President felt called upon to havo a per sonal statement sent out that he was not opposed to the McKlnloy bill with its wool duties ruul tho country Was given to un derstand that tho Secretary of State stood alono in his attack on tho American sheep showed no signs of recanting at Bar but tho warmer waters of Capo May scorn to havo washed his ideas out of for tbo President brings back tho as sairanco to Ohio atul California sheep grow cirslhatno scheme or reciprocity will bo which interferes wich their monopoly THJS KIFkK CONTEST Tho New Argentine President Ap points a Cabinet PAIUS AUK dispatch from Buonos Ayrossays Tbo election oC Pellegrini to tho Presidency has caused popular rejoic ing A decroo just promulgated raises the stateoC slogo and declares liberty of the press Tho new President has appointed tho fol lowing Oobinofc General llbcoco Interior Kdwardo Costa Foreign Aflairs Education General Levalle War and Navy Vicente Fidel Finance Perfect harmony prevails In tho now cabi net Confidence is reviving Tho banks are closed but tho Bourse will reopen shortly Exchanges are rising WAS TORTURED iron Aldriflh hearkened to the appeal and on motion fcho rato was reduced to olght tftiUhs of a cent Jlr Vances amendment to Hsixtenths having been rojocted Tho next paragraph 132 applies to boilpr Iron or and imposes duties vawhsjc according to classification fromoilo to cents per pound Tho duty highest oiaas be i5 per cent An English Klectrician Gives His Viewson the Subject LONDON Aug Proece tho eminent electrician was interviewed today in re gard to his denouncing electricity as a moans of execution before tho British Asso ciation in 1880 experience proving tho difficulty and uncertainty of killing oven a rabbit with tho most powerful induc tion coil ever made The difficulty iy in the absence of accurate knowledge as to tho amount of would bo certain to produce death without torture From a scientific view Kemmlers execution was a failure Beyond doubthe suffered Intense GermanAmerican Journalists MILWAUKEE Aug convention of GormariAmorloan journalists began hero today A report was road showing that branches of the association had been organ ized in San Francisco and other cities Tho fund for needy journalists amounts to More Circuit Judges Needed INDIANAPOLIS the National Bar Association mcctliig today a committee was authorized to inemoralizo Congress urging the passage of the Evans bill which provides for an additional judge in eich cir cuit to facilitate business Koiumlers Remains ATTRHRN N Durston stated this afternoon that the remains of kemmlcr still lie in the room in the prison j tho family at El where tho autopsy was hold He has not decided whore tho remains will be buried T5nim while the In tiers to bv cubic t tluirdosunatioa The rensnu for this is pluiis LilHrljul ihroupn which ihiicublp rcviches Guatemala is m tlor thn ind of lunc communication through thot point lisis lieon The entile compaiiv knowing this lias failed to refuse intssaLfs for Juateniahi Our agency promptly ill telegrams Kvon yes terday Honilhi over M words from Mixtur iu Hiiic if wo had ever in tercepted their telegrams we would not be runner trusted with them have uo monopoly Any or can engage iu the business we carry on In fact there is now in Kl Paso Juan Rodriguez Cast de Ion the Secretary of the Guatemalan Legation at the City of Mexico who is transmitting oJHcial messages of his government For two years our agency has handled telegrams for boili Cruz and and their govorumeuts Jn fact not over eight years 1 in my hands v for both of them yet they tell the that it wsis new to The fact is that they have patronized onr service it is prompt and cheap Wo have but two to reach tho United States while the cable has six before reaching Galves Iii regard to tho cbarcro that wo havo refused tbe Associated Press our news it is answcreil by tho simple statement that we have not dealt in nows but wo would behappy to serve them as oou as jjeace is restored in Central America Your obedient servant JOST DIAZ DE UOXILLA AXOTHKK THAITOB ROUTED CITY OfcMEXICO Aug Salvador dis patch snys Gcnoral Jlirand an accom plice of the traitor Kivas who aspires to the presidency of Salvador has been routed and Salvador is now frco from marauding A cipher dispatch from Guatemala says The revolution is increasing Urmeral Drungary the revolutionist who captured Chiquimut has increased his forces by a lare number of deortcrs from the Salva dorian ranks Dissatisfaction reigns su preme and tho flight of President Barillas is looked for at any moment land l Chicnsio 5 md racr Stein and Naglo FKOM FOUEIGX LANDS The TWO UNPROVOKED MURDERS THE KECOKD OF SPORT three Peter sec t doubt whether a battle fought Tho Government of tho Unitod States has asked its representative Minister Ityan for information in regard to affairs in Central From liyans reply it is seen that Mixner has boon sympathizing with the Guatemalans THE KAIYVADOIUAN EJECTION LA LniEUTAW Aug Dis Francisco Chronicle Series Provisional President Ezeta has just issued a manifesto naming tho 15th of September next as the day when elections fornew members of Congress shall take place to substitute those whoso term of office have expired The elections are to last six days imd close on Saturday September The new Congress will meet in tbo Salvador National Theater on October 1st General has been named as candi date for tho presidency Congress will elect a now constitutional President on October next General Ezota has also issued another manifesto in which bo justi fies his action in assuming command of the troops and government of Salvador at the time when President MeiiBiicloK was assassi nated and recapitulates the cause of his conduct and tbo result of tho war General concludes his manifesto by saying that us long as he has life and power ho will accept no torms of peace with Guatemala that do not assure complete vindication of Salvadors injured honor and dignity of an independent nation Bofch Nicaragua and Costa Kica havo sent ministers plenipotentiary and envoys ex traordinary to Salvador to confer with President Ezcta They havointimated that their respective governments have formally recognized President EzotaV provisional government President Ezetas army under command of General Antouco Ezeta numbering men is now in Guatemalan territory and is advancing rapidly toward the capital of that republic THE PEACE NEGOTIATIONS CITT OF MEXICO via Galvestion Ang 7 dispatch to the Press Agency says the Guatemalan negotiations for peace are progressing fav orably and will doubtless be concluded before the end of tho It is believed that peace honorable to both Guatemalaand Salvador will be arranged SEVERAL LIES ExPASO Aug York papers reached here today containing interviews with Minister Cruiz and ConsulGeneral Balz in regard to tho interrupted com municationbetween Secretary Blaino and Minister Mizner at Guatemala The New York officials of thatGovernment charge that the only wires now are monopolizedby the Bonilla family who havo a news agency H ITn i TT1 Peer No Politics in the Army Tho army of tho United States is older thnn tbo present Government some of tho companies antedating the Revolutionary war It has always been officered by men of marked ability whoso examples are tho precious inheritance of their successors Tbe Times hero published this morninj tho interview from the Now York Star and in its issue tomorrow will appear the following answer from Mr Boutlla EL PASO 1S90 IJsilit attack my and the tele cniphic ftuency conducted by myseir and Fircnzi Wins a Race from The Ball Games MoMMOUTn PAKK Aug won Defaulter second BnllalS third Time Camdon stakes twoyearolds fourths of a won Olid Florinero third Time Trenton stakes threeyearolds mile and a won Kempland sec ond IMaxim colt third Time Freehold stakes threeyearolds nillo and a race was a fast one within a second ofthe won Tcnny second Time a Threeyearolds and upward seven fur won Kern second Gray Dawn third Timo rij Mile and a soxond Gloaming third Time Maidens fllly won Chesa peake second Donloy third Timo AT SATIATOGA SARATOfiA A05 won Stryko second Princess Lino third Time Rancooas second Laay Pulsifcr third Time Merchants stakes inilo and nvo furlongs Angeles won Rhono second Lavinia Belle third Time Mile and a won Hamlet second Clio third Time G won Marie Iv second Whitcnose third Time hug trot Jtirst Almont second Abbie S fourth Time Freeforall pace firsts Gossip Jr second Emma third Timo trot S first Mocking Bird second Lady Billion third HencHry fourth tcst time A JiKCOKD IN IOWA Aucr work was done today at tho Itush Park track Managor by Nutwood broke tho twoyearold pacing record lowering it from to a full brother to Alierton lowered his record from to TI1K ANACONDA JlACES BETjniiMONT Aug to was ladies day at tho Anaconda races and tho grand stand was well filled by tbo fair sex All the favorites again won Trotting breedersstake threeyearolds bred and raised in Montana two in Florida 211 Deacon U22 Kenclwood I Time Bunning throoquartors of a milo handi won Kaly Baby second Kis third Begent fourth Hedelf fifth Time Trotting Jay 2111 Louis Bishop Hero Bnrtie 132 distanced Time Trotting special throe in 11 Minuteman Time Tlie Players Brotherhood nThc Brffalos won easily toJny having no trouble in solving Morriss curves Atteudauce 900 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 5000401 4 Buffalo 15 burg 1Buffalo 3 and Carroll FoutV and JUick and Jones BOSTON Todays game wns n pitchers contest and Rad bournccame out ahead Atiendnnce 3600 Kdston Sew 001000102 7 Sew York 6 ton 3New York 15 Kelly Ewing and Ewing OW VOKK The Brooklyn and Phihwiclphia game today was an exciting one Attendance 600 Kaisers Narrow Exodus of Jews Aug William has decided not to leave the Isle of Wight at tho time originally fixed for his departure Ho will remain there until midnight on kri William visited the dockyards at Portsmouth today While vhcre ho came near being knocked down by horses to carringo of Admiral Commerc uaval oxjinmanderinchiof it Porismoiuh As tho Emperor was crossing tho street to enter tho house ho slightly struok on the shoulder by the horses attached to tbo carriage which was approaching the ad miralty house The Kmperor narrowly es caped being knocked down by jumping nimbly aside AX EXODUS OF TBWS The exodus of lews from Russia has comj nienecd Thousands aro leaving with tho I intention of emigrating to and others are Hocking to Algeria ooxnoMxr TURKISH CKUEIVTIKS In the Commons tonight Sir James Fer guson replying to Mr Sobwaorns strong criticism on Turkeys dealing with Anntmm said he that members unfortu nato language whifh was enough to incite the Armenians to rebel Admitting bad been acts of brutal cruelty it was only just to say that Turkey had acted much bettor than in former times Prof Brice complained that the Govern ment was keeping the House in ignorance of events in Armenia and neglecting to make proper inquiry An Convention BATOX ROUGH Aug Anti Lottery League met in convention hero this afternoon Between 400 and 500 delegates wero present T F Bell was elected presi dent and various committees appointed A resolution was unanimously adopted that tho convention recognizes with grati tude that tho Farmers Alliance a body oC men comprising a large portion of tho bone and sinew of tbo State men whose hearts aro always for the right have made their initial step in the war the lottery company and was tho lirst organized body to denounce the scheme of recharter and re questing tho cooperation of tho Btato Farmers Union in the campaign now on foot against tho lottery proposition FRICTION AMONG THE ODD FELLOWS Shot DOM in Blood by Tramps Cold EYRAUD TRIES TO HANG HIMSELF An Infuriated Mob of Penitentiary Convicts Create n Hun dred Policemen Restore Tlie Record of Crime VISITING OF FITE CHAKGJSD FOR TUoy Accuse General Underwood of Kob GemiraHssimos Side of tho Dress Viuide 10 Philadelphia 9 Philndelphia G and Cook Knell and Cross ney and Sherman CHICAGO The home team knocked Bakely out of the box todav and outplayed their opponents at all points Attendance G 2 3 2 003 018 300000034 S Cleveland 8 3 Cleveland 11 Sut cliTte Radford and for Cleveland liwycr Baldwin nud Brenuan for Chicago Lm pjresSuvder and Pcarou The American Association TOLEDO Vest niovod to rodnco tho various the paragraphs to CO por Yeas nays party vote Tho Tariff hill laid to allow Allison thooonforenCB report on theSundry Civil Appropriation The Sixtli Cavalry Contains the Best Shots in tho Army DENVER Aug Wlngato special to tho Tho fourth and last day of tho Division of the PaoHio contest was hold hero today Thu firing was at skirmish The dayfor sUirmish shooting During the morning firing Private Reiser Troop ri Sixth Cavalry made tho largest und most remarkable run of 155 points short of his score of yes tbrday of l5i3 pojntsVso fnr ho stillholds the a liirge majority Irlvato M Jltiyes TtoopM bost score noliits which excellent shooting First Sorpoaiit thortmarkabioseoroof 115 points y XlKirincvtbeVaftornofinshooting Private JColioragainmade tiiebesc score oi HZ Tboy havo boon tbo advance guard iu the j oapitiil of Guatemala srhUcmcnt nnd civilization of this contij r by saying tbat as pur ielc business is not participated in by my nent Therefore I sayto the young officer attend with scrupulous fidelity to the du ties of tho garrison or pose to which you are assigned withtho assurance that these du ties aro bused on tho cxpericnco of your prcdccossorsoas good men as yourselves and no better The Government provides the officer ami liberal ity so that they mustnol embark in trade business or speculation for a rnan cannot bo a good soldior if Jijsi thoughts aro else where Tho condition of tho junior officers avid enlisted rqen of has been largely improved Thoylaro better paid bettor clad have betterfood and infinitely better quarters ago tlie oldfron tiers witlr theirlong fLiicl dangerous routes erument many many a bravo follow his life As to repeat devote his duties and to his the better prepare that alwaycomosudaenlyyahdunexpeetedly and abpvo all business s no paric futhur nothing should bi suicl of him In the representations and complaints miulo bv Minister Cruz nnd Consul R pcsiiiou to say that they Ho and slmil have the of this fact come bcfpra the world as soon as Mr Elnine tho Mexican Min ister and Mr Mivsncr terminate their investigA Ulthev have saidto the Star is a tissue of faischoods and would bring the blush to the face of a Air Cruz savs he was indignant to learn of n syndicate that monopolized the telegraphic com municjilion with the scat of war and that that svndicatu consisted of the 3Jonilla family Crux lies when he says my father is connected with also lies when he says one of mv brothers is stationed at Libortsul the port of Salvador and only instance wherein he docs not lie is iii locating oneT of the brothew here with oillcca in Paso Paso Toxis the writer of this who horcoy de nounces him as n liar KS he deserves The statements that the lionilla agency has monopolizeil the Mexican Goutral nrovoked laughter hereabouts The had msvev sent line of news toany GT LOUIS LOUISVILLE 7 St Louisville The National CINCINNATI Todays game was a slugging both teams hatting being terrific Attendance GOD Oincianati 4 0 1 4 2 5 02 1 Q d u J i IS Pittsbtirg 20 Cincinnati 5 Pittsbnrg 3 and Kenan Gilson uid Osborne Ouade Vickerys fine nitching won todays game to Philadelphia Attendance 2GOO OniCAQO Aug Francisco Chronicle great triennial cantonmentoC the I O 0 in progress hero is developing numerous cases of friction The California and other Western cantons say they havent been treated fairly in tho matter of railroad rates They are accordingly present in fewer num bers than they expected to be and those who arc here are mad Tho troop of Lan ds from Denver feel hurt because the Junior Hussars of Columbus Ohio who didnt come half as far as they did arc given a better position than they aro in tho generalissimos staff corps Then there is a great big widespread kick because tho coupon tickets attached to tho excursion railroad tickets only admit to the ground but do not entitle the holder to a seat Tho seats in the grand stand aro extra It costs 25 cents for a seat on tho blenching boards SO cents for a scat on a rough plank with another rough plank for a back and SI for n chair in the central sec tion ofthe grand stand The brethren and sisters of the three links dont like this When they bought their railroad tickets and paid Si extra for six coupons admitting them to the grounds on six separate days they thought that meant a seat in the grand stand also When they find it doesnt they get mad and say General Underwood has swindled them There aro hundreds of people in town ready make aiidavit that l Underwood 3s robbing them for his General Underwood own benefit General Underwood was asked what ho had to say about these complaints I have nothing to do with this railroad business he said and I wont be annoyed with it I made arrangements with tbo railroads for a threequarters fare for the round trip for men hi uniform and one faro for persons not in uniform As part of that con tract every body taking advantage of these rates was required to pay SI in addition for six coupons admitting to the grounds It was by hypoth ecating the prospective receipts from this source that I was enabled to raise the 000 for and the additional ex penses Instructions concerning these i nat ters wero sent to every cantonand lodge two months ago Those who have followed the instructions have had notroubJe Tbose who went to dickering with the railways on their own hook may have had trouble but that is none of my affair Let them settle that with the AdjutantGeneral Frost said in relation to the olmrec for seats This is no money muking institution but wo must pay ex penses We havent called on tho lodges or Odd Fellows organization for a cent Gen eral Underwood has raised all the money necessary on his own personal guarantee The expenses are heavy and all the money received will be devoted to paying them A ticket for a sent purchased is good for all day The holder can go in and out as often ashewanta A check is given csvcrtime There is no cause for complaint at INSPECTION AND DRKSS PAKADK CHICAGO Aug This was the most important nnd imposing day in the Patriarchs Militant canton ment being set apart for the parade BUTTK Aug to Tnns oclock this morning throe men fairly well dressed got ant of a boxcar at ear having been side tracked there They purchased a bottle of whisky and drank of it freely About 3 oclock one o tbo party proposed going to OXelUs for This was agreed to anil after that one of tho party gave Lew Turner the dork for the meals Turner demanded fifty cents more but the party walkedoutofthe house Turner followed him as did John OXoill and when Turner was about in reach of the follow Jie fired a shot which took eWet above Turners heart Turner advanced and another shot was firod Turner toll and the man who refuses to give his name was captured after fording the river Turner was taken to Doer Lodge nnd cannot recover Tho two men with tho party that did the are hold here as witnesses Turner is highly estoomed by all Lynchingwas freely talkod of in Gar rison and the desperado quietly re moved to Deer Lodge on a special train and jailed A COLOHADOAN MURHEinsn CITOTIARA JUNCTION Aug Special to tramps arrived here last night from the south and after hanging around depot until tho pas senger train bad gone out proceeded to an engine stand ing or a sidetrack whore they found the engine hostler Harry Foster With a revolver drawn they told him to bold at the same time firing at his head and barely missing him After get ting his watch they held np the carrepair er securing his watch and about They thou shot him In tho stomach and their escape An engine was sent immedi ately to Walsenburg after a physician but the man died before tho physician arrived Vt p m the Sheriff and a posse of men hero from Walsenburg to hunt the murderers and arc still scouring tho country but so far as known without suc cess Sheriff Dick this morning bloodhounds from Trinidad which aro ex pected to arrive at p in The Sheriff expects that the bloodhounds will soonTim them they have plain tracks The murdered man was from Pueblo OFiICEHS REKUSliD TRANSPORTATION TRINIDAD Aug response a re quest from Cucbara for bloodhounds to trade the tramps who murdered tho car repairer at Cuchara Junction last night officers and bloodhounds went to tho depot to take tho train and wore refused trans portation Tho hounds did not go ttOJSBEKSAT NEWPORT K L Aug cottage occupied by MrsvF Knowiton of New York waso last night en tered androbbcd of a largo quantity of jewelry During the past two weeks there have been something like a dozen burglaries in Newport This morning there wcro two robberies of them a very serious one the amount stolon being esti mated at EYRAUH ATTEMPTS SUICIDE PARIS Aug tho murderer of Matarv Gouffce attempted suicide today Ho tore his shirt into strips them together to form a rope and with Jt at tempted to choke himself to death But for timelydiscovery he would have A PENITENTIARY RIOT BOSTON Aug somo time past trouble has been brcwjng at the State prison having its origin in the objec tion of inmates to submit to the enforcoment of the Bcrtillon systemof measurements This afternoon the convicts in the shoe refused to obey orders and asif by somo prearrangedsignal all sec up a terriiic yell tery D armory for prizes by the North Star Lodge of Minneapolis and lodges from White water Wisconsin Iowa At 11 oclock a handsome and imposing dress parade and inspection took place on the Lake Front grounds with about forty cantons in line The great stretch of green sward was ablaze with the black red Missiles ofevery description were sent fly ing in all directions the windows oil tho north and west sides being entirely They then made a dash fer tho yard and the mob ofover fifty infuriated convicts rushed for the various walls Instantly the sentries began firing Other ofiicers of the institution wore quickly at hand and with drawn revolvers soon massed the gang in groups after a hard fMit in which clubs were freely used and of the convicts heads wero badly crushed Word was quickly sent to ponce head quarters and in a short time 200 policemen reached the prison Jn patrol wagons It is not thought that any of the prisoners were seriously wounded but as the excitement has not fully subsided it is impossible to say what the result of the shooting was The guard on the wails has been trebled and a large number of police are massed m tha yard and corridors A MUHDKRKR CAPTU7H2D DENVTCR Aug Pueblo special says Ui1 Sheriff Dick captured one of the Cucharas atI murderers at Rouse station at midnight to night A SKRGEAJJT Aug from King ston Jamaica report a serious case of in subordination at Apostle Battery near Port Koyal by Sergeant Whita of the First Battalion West India after repeated Blaino conW not coramunicatq with n ylr immy A 0 New York 6 Er rorsPhiladelphia 4 New York 3 Vickery and Clements Sharrott Burkett and NEWYOBK Brooklyn playedjpagniflcently today and won 6 Brooklihi 14 5 Brooklyn 14 and Leuj Garutlier and Daly teampoundcd easily j Attcnclance 500 GhlcagOi 6 purple and gold of the knightly uniforms arid the glitter of burnished steel In tho afternoon tbte great parade took place which was witnessed by crowds of people Tonight there was anothergreat park spectacular demonstration on the lake front with a military conferring of the dccorationof chivalry for members of the Rebekah degree and a grand exhibi tion of pyrotechnics Eiglit Company TUCSON Aug order of the Secre tary of War reducing cavalry and infantry ten to eight companies is being put in force in Arizona and two com panies of each regiment are being distrib uted among the eight companies Army officers express considerable feeling on ac count of this order saying that Congress is the only power that can decrease thenum ber of regiments Arizona Wash outs N Aug iscut off from houses refusals to get permission to seo his family one night secured over seventy rounds of ammunition and proceeded to ApostlpsV Battery The officers being absent he took up a position in an aperture to await their return he he saw them coming he began firing and the officers iinding it impossible to effect a landing procured assist ance from the sappers engineers Tho in gaining entrance amid a shower or Irts It was found necessary and royal succeeded to shoot White otherwise he would have killed sev eral of the men One man of the attackius party was badly wounded r A Canadian Cbilece Burned MONTREAL Aug has bcei received here that Moffatt College Isle of Perrott ten milesfromthiscity boon burned to the Over300 students were in attendance now quartered in outbuildings and the East by railroad washouts There has tram The damage to tlie Southern Pacificis estimated at over i A Revolt in India broken EXCELSIOR EXCELSIOR SWUNGS MoAug7 National this rc etootod Av W Harlanof   

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