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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE MOST EXTENSIVE In the Kocky Mountain H CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT OF In the City Combined VCXL 209 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY AUGUST 9 1890 PEICE FIVE CESTTS A WHITE HOUSE Barrison Argues Reciprocity With nd freed THE SPEAKER WILL HAVE NONE OP IT The Industrial Home Appropriation Accepted in ConferenceImport ant Military Orders Ap peal From OklahomaA Tin Plate Amend meiat Augt to Trun conference report on tho Sun dry Civil bill accedes to the Senate amend ment regarding an appropriation of for tho Utah Industrial Homo It Ino leaves In tho bill the provision for salaries of District Judges Attorneys and for tho Stales of Idaho and Wyoming until Juno 4 Governor West Is vJsltins his son in Ohar lottevlllo Va Ho expects to start for Utah in a few days Hols greatly ploanod over tho Liberal victory in Salt Lak A uKCiiROcrrr CONFKRBNOE WASHINGTON Aug Dispatch Sun IVanclscO President is not going to wait for tho oppo nents of the reciprocity policy to protest against his advocacy of Mr Elaines propo sition but went to work at onco today to bring about harmony hotwoon tho two wings of tho Kcpublican party on that Issue He scut morning for Speaker rosentatlves MuKInloy and Boldori and other leadors and explained to them his views on tho subject Ho expressed his de giro that tho Tariff bill should bo so amended aa to afford an opportunity to soeurojoclu rocal concessions from tho sugar growing countries In exdmugo for tho of fluty on sugar by our Congress aid asked for an expression of opinion from the trentloinuri who arc opposed to tho reciproc ity policy Mr MoKlnloy Is willing to nmlco concessions and acoopt sonio arnoml rnont lllco tho resolution b t ho Snoiikor is said to bo Inoxorublo All of tho Kintlorrion concerned are very rotlcont on tho subject They regard the interview with the President as confidential but there tfi no doubt that tho latter Is in earnest and intends to secure tho advantage of Mr llbilno3 suggestion If possible AHMV AND ASSIGNMENTS WAsrrrNnroN Aug Press J direction of tho President tho follow ing changes and alignments to commands a re ordered to take effect September 1st BrljiadlorGonoral John Gibson will relievo Mllos In command of tho Division of tho Pacilio consisting of tho De partment of California and Columbia Miles Is assignor tocommand tho Division of tho Missouri comprising tho Departments of Dakota and AloxanderMoD IttcCookIs assigned to command tho Depart ment of Arizona with headquarters at Santa Fo Now Mexico commanding Generals of tho Dopartnionts of Toxas and will re port directly to tho headquarters of tho much of tho State of California us belongs to tho Department oC Arizona Is trnnsforrod to tho nopartmontof California Tho Stato of Illinois Is also transferred to Missouri division of tho Missouri and troops serving in that Stnto will rnport di rectly to Department headquarters niSTflKSS IN OKLAHOMA Tho President today sonMo Congress a lLiottor front Oovornor Steolo oi1 Oklahoma r roprosontlrig that groat distress prevails union the residents of that Territory and roimostlng that the attention of Congros bo railed to tho The Irosidont In trans mitting the letter says Information re ceived by from othor sources loaclr ino to bcllovo that tho Governor is altogether In his hnprosslon that thorn will be unless rollof is afforded widespread suffor ing among tho settlors in Oklahoma Many of those peoplo ox ponded for travol and providing shelter for their families all tholr accumulations and moans Tho crop pros pects for this yoar aro by reason of drouth unfavorable and tho ability of tho Terri tory to provido rollof must bo imulo quato during this yoar I am advised that thoro an unexpended balance of of tho fund appropriated for tho relief of Mississippi flood sufferers and 1 reoomcnoiul that authority bn given to uso this fund to moot tho most urgent necessities of tho poorer peoplo In V TrXTfjATK Senator Spooner today proposed fin amendment to tho Tariff bill adding tbo following additional provision to the tin plate pauvgraph Provided further that on and after October K 1S4 tin pinto No wire gauge and of thinner wiro gauges ho admitted freoof duty unless It shall ho made to ap pear to tho satisfaction of tho President that tho aggregate quantity of tin plates of said gauges produced In the Tlnitocl States during tho fiscal year ending Juno itWi shall equal half tho amount of tin plates of tho same gaugon Imported during Raid fiscal year or any prior fiscal yoar after tho passage of this act NOMINATIONS Tho President has sont tho following nom inations to tho Somite William Wheeler Montana to ho Assnyor at Holoua Aloxan dor Clark Town ConsulOonoral to Liberia KAUM AND HIS SON Representative Enloo today Introducbfi a resolution which was referred to tho Com mittee on Rules to further oxtcnd tho In vestigation of tho charges against Commls sionor of Pensions Raum so as to itiqulro M into tho business relations existing between and his son John Raum who is engaged in prosecuting pension and bounty claims THE ST PAUL CENSUS FRAUDS Secretary Noblo has approved tho recom mendation of Superintendent Porter sub mlttod today that the original ordor di recting a veeount of tho population of tho entire city of St Paul bo put Into exocu tion An examination of tho schedulesdis closes among other fact that at duplications of names is made A RUSHFOR THE The xA K Kates Cause an Im mouse Travol CHICAGO Aug passenger train arriving In the city today on all the west ern road brought largo bodies of exonrsion 1 Ists for Boston and Now York who are tak ing ad vantage of the cheap rates consequent on tho Grand ArmyEncampment former morning the Chicago St Paulbrought the California departaiorit and all tho roads had one or more contingents Island will bring in four tomorrow from Ifan sasaSid The crowd The Michigan Cen traloffice today was obliged to away A large number were unable to get accommodations Thisjpad arrangj3d W a of and Boston sleep oars on the norith ore limitedtrains It issaid that rnot 50 per cent of this extra travel is made up of rirund Army men Ordinary tourists aro taking ad vantage of tho cheap rates in great numbers A NEWSPAPER APOLOGY The Chicago Mtcrald Admits Hav ing Slandered the Harrisons CHICAGO Aug HeraM makes the following apology to Russell Harrison in its editorial columns today Hcvoral wcoks ago tho TJtrald received from a sou rot that it had every reason to holiovf was ontiruly trustworthy a letter devoted to a gossiping consideration of tho Indies of tho White House and Uussoll Har rison After tlu publication oC this artlc o ju was that It contained an inti mation that Russell Harrison had not treated liis wife as he should have done and tliorc was great reason for unpleasant ness butsvuen tho couplt and on her part Tho is informed and be lle that tho Htatftmonts of tills article uro without foundation and untrue and ib rojjrots that tlmy gained publicity through these columns It never has boon tho pulley of this journal to involve women in political antagonisms and tho appearance of things to the contrary in tills case was the result of accident rather than of THE DAY IN CONGRESS THE GKNKBAI GRANT PASSJSU BY THE SENATJB Cockroll Objects to the Course of American of A Day Without KosultH in tho Houue THE WELSH INA TURMOIL The Country Demoralized by a Gigantic Railway Strike EMPERORWILLIAMTALKS BUSINESS The Queens Farewell Address to The Highlanders Tho Cholera Plague in in the British Army General Foreign News WASHINGTON Aug tho Senate Call offorod a resolution which was agreed to instructing tho Committee on Foreign Re lations to inquire and report such a meas ure aa may bo necessary for tho protection of citizens of tho United States who were formerly residents of Cuba and subjects of Spain against prosecution by tho Spanish Government for ollensos alleged to have boon uominlttod by thorn Tho concurrent resolution heretofore offered by expressing tho desire of Congress for tho removal of tho remains of Grant to Arlington Cemetery was agreed to Tho conference report on tho Iortlllcntiohs bill was taken up for consideration Aftor discussion tho conference report was agreed to Tho conference report on tho Sundry Civil Appropriation bill was then taken up and tho action of tho Con f ore mn Committeo on subject of tho bridge viaduct at Rock Island declining to require the municipality to share tho expense and ownership was criticlaud by Edmunds who contrasted that liberality of tho committee with Its nuiaimesfi and parsimony In refus ing to tho widow of tho dead Chlof Justice tho balance of his years salary Hhernmn expressed his regret at tho striking out of tho i turns for the families of deceased members and of Chief Justice AValto He would himself vote for a law general In its character giving to the family of ovory officer of tho Government who died In tho harness tho balance of his pay during tho calendar year Cockroll making indefinite ap anl cutting down appropria tions for expenses of United States Courts support of prisoners leaving tho neces sary outlay to ho provided for in tho Do lloionoy bill noxb session He had therefore voted against tho conference re port It passed tho Senate in a false posi tion yielding on Items as to back pay and county when it did not yield a dollar oujlaxos Now tho members of tho House would be exclaiming Lnolc at tho extravagant Senate Look at tho American House of Lords Look at club of tho country tho body that had no sympathy with the poor downtrodden taxpayers That was the way that the business branch oC Congress did Us Tho discussionthen turned upon tho items In reference to tho irrigation survey and to tho public lands and was carried on at mueh length Finally tho conference report was agreed to A further conference was ordered on irrigation which had been post poned and Allison Hale and Gorman wore appointed conferees on tho part of tho Sen ato Tho TarllT bill was thou taken up but wont over without action A joint resolution was passed to accept from the National Encampment G A R a nnd pedestal of the lato General Grant to bo erected in tho Capitol Ad journed House WASHINGTON Aug tho House Mutchler was excused at his own ro HHst from furthor service on tho Commit teeon Coinage Woighis and Measures Vuux was jippolntocllo ill tho va cancy The House resumed consideration of the Oonoral Deficionoy bill tho ponding ques tion being the amondmonti granting a extra pay to omployoos of the House arid Somite Tho amondmsnt was nays JOi moved to recommit tho bill with Instructions to the Committee on Ap propriations tn report it back with tho clauso for deficiencies in fees and expenses of United States Mar shals eliminated IM nays 150 Tho bill was thon passed Tho Committee on Rules reported a reso lution providing that It shall bo In ordor after two hours debate to move that the House nonccnicur In all tho Senate amond the Indian Appropriation bill Knloe raised the of consideration In tho Interest he said of the private cal endar In ordor to obylato Enloos objec tion to tho resolution Cannon stated itwas tho purpose of tho Committeo on Rules to report a resolution giving days for reported consideration of bills from tho Committee on Agriculture aud Labor to tho consideration of private bills EtUop thought something of more sub stance than a promise should be given and insisted ou his question tf consideration civnuou remarked tho gentleman by his action was delaying consideration of pri vate measures Tho House 140 nays consider tho report of the Committee ou Rules Pool askfld unanimous consent that the Souato amendments to tho Indian Appropri ation bill bo nonconcurred in giving as a i reason the fact that tho Indian service was suffering and it was necessary that tho Ap propriation bill be passed at the earliest day possible Bookinrldgo objected Cannon then demanded the previous question on the adoption of tho resolution Springer contended that important public bills should not bo rushed through under tho whip of tho Committeo ou Rules Cannon In sustaining tho resolution said that this morning ho haul proposed to tho gentlemen on the other sltle that tbo House lionconcur in the Senate amendments and the remainder of the day and tomorrow be lovotod to private bills This proposition had boon rejected by tho gentleman from This rejection showed that gontloman while professing to bo the friend of private measures merely posing Inthatcapacity The question re curring on the adoption of the resolution no quorum voted and the House tooka re cess the evening session to bo for the con A BathersDiownqd T5d I her J S Graliam all of this iroro yosterday While bathing passing Ninoothers iu with them LONDON Aug Dispatch San Francisco Chnmtclc great conflict between capital arid labor in South Wales has begun in real earnest All train hands and signal mon on tho railway lines have quit work All traffic has been stop ped on the Bany Ehymney Ponarth and Tuft railways where owing to tho strike tho greatest possible confusion prevails Sev eral attempts have made to send out trains with improvised staffs but those have failed The whole sorvlce is paralyzed Tho malls are being despatched along high roads in carts which go under u special and strong guard It Is a gigantic struggle one of tho great est of tho generation In this country A hundred and seventy thousand men aro kilo and trade in all this markets in Wales is paralyzed Khonda with its population oC inhabitants which Is mainly do pendent on the Tall lino for bringing its sup plies is panic stricken Tiioro arc largo collieries there which employ a force of about workmen and these are all Idle IYom Swansea Pomtlpool and all parts qf tho southern portion of tho princi pality promises of liberal ijupporfc forthe strikers aro coming In Communications aro now passing between representatives of tho men and Manning Lord Dun raven Lord Aborchire and Lord who have undertaken to act as arbitrators in tbo matter KISSED H Aug was an unusual bustle of excitement this morning at tho Shelburno Hotel when tho morning mail train came In from London Among tho arrivals was Lord Dunlo who after regis tering immediately retired to his room and called for some letter paper In an hour he rang his boll and ordered a heavy letter taken to Lady Dunlos room This was dono and shortly after Lady Dunlo re paired to tho reception room whore she was joined by Lord who took her in his arms and coveredherwith kisses The reconciliation was Lord Lunlbwasseen lato in the day in the lobby of tho hotel but asked to bo ex cused from bnlng interviewed It is quite time said ho that I have be come reconciled to my wife and that I am now the happiest man In At tills moment Lady Dunlo came trip ping lightly down stairs with a look of In tense satisfaction upon her face and she took Lord Dunlos proffered arm with an affectionate They then went driving in an open carriage GUESTS Ot TUB EMPEROR BTBRLIN Aug Tho delegates to tho International Medical Congress received au Invitation from the Emperor to attend the court festivities at Potsdam today Prince Leopold will repre sent tho Emperor THIS QUKKNPVAREWEWi MESSAGE Copies of a message from Queen Victoria have been placarded in Heligoland In her message tho Queen wishes tho the Island continued prosperity and content ment under German rule and says that she feels assured that the Gorman Emperor will use all his power to promote their wel fare UKiTisrt JIUTINY LONDON Aug portion of tho army service corps attached to the garrison at Chatham have mutinied It Is alleged that tholr sergeants were imposing vexatious and needless duties upon thorn without authority from tho superior officers Tho men refused to parade and barricaded themselves in a Twenty were arrested A co Rrnperor William Lord Salisbury and Count Von German Ambassador held a conference and concluded all formalities for the surrender by Great Britain of Heligoland to Germany Emperor William bade tho Queen fare well last evening and started for Heligoland amid cheers GKKMANSOCIALISTS FIGHT Aug fight occurred between German Socialists near Zurich during which several of themwore killed and several wounded TUB OHOTjERA UAOfNGI CAIRO Aug cholera shows no sign of At Joddah there are 170 cases of tho worst typo authorities have forbidden pilgrims to Mocca to embark at J odd ah Troops have boon sont to guard all points on tho Red Sea where persons from Arabia are likely to Tho cholera mortality at Jeddah con tinues at aboutone hundreddaily A SinWRIAN KKVOLT ST PETKRSBDTIG Aug from Siberia today say a body of ISP prisoner on foot escorted by fiftythree soldiers on arriving demanded carts for theirconvey ance Tho demand being refused they at tacked tho soldiers Tho escort used their bayonets and wounded ton prisoners before tho disturbance was quelled MOORS THREATENTROETBLE MADRID Aug swarin of na tives belonging to hostile tribes aro assem bled in the vicinity of Melville a Spauisl colony of Morocco They demand tho re leaso of Moorish hostages hold threat ening to fight if the demand were not com piled with CANADIANsWOKKJii UP Comments on Wiiicloms Canadian PacilicPojicy ToitoxTO Aug The Mail today say editorially SecretaryVviaclomls reply ti Senator Culloms remarks of the 16th ulcim is an iuUmutiou that the Treasury Depart ment at Washington intends to deprive th Cauadinnluciiicol which i now en joys of forwarding over its Hues in bond to points iathe Union Pacme mer cltaridlse flight from At lantic ports lc wouldbe silly 0 aftec to regard with actions and lutcatioos of oar in respect to these mattovs yet have no cause for sur ns we a poi icy of tho Lni ted Stated wo good De astonished of lko treat moot at them Theyhayi quite as tin plbhiruitf as we The Gifbo pointrand origin o the hostility of the Cauadiau Pacltic lies iu policy whiulv enabies thu metxt that a hug trlowoa generated p trad Tiuitually dlcoj is i traitor Tho Glnbc is quite willing to en ure that reproach if only It citn secure a eariii for so good a cause Let our Gov rnment through that of Britain go boldly o Washington and propose a settlement of ill issues in dispute upon a basis of closer rade relations If it fails Canada will at east have the satisfaction of knowing that he did her best to promote a truer THE CHICAGO CANTONMENT distribution of Suit Against Underwood CHICAGO Aug In the Odd Fellows an ton meat today exemplification of work n the Rebelcah degree was continued by Ruth lodge of Omaha and Elite lodge of hicago Tho canton contests were resumed n tho Lake Front this afternoon Canton ndianopolis and Canton Marion of Indiana participating Tonight a magnificent full dress ball took place at which Rebokah de gree prizes weru awarded The results were as follows Robekah degree First prize Naomi Lodge No 6 Cnlumbus 5500 second Elite Lodge No 2 Chicago 5300 third American Lodge Chicago fourth Ruth Lodge No 1 Omaha set yf regalia and jewels D Subordinate lodges First prize North Star Lodge Minneapolis 500 second Wicker Park Lodge third Fort Dearborn Lodge No 214 Chica 0 S200 A suit for was begun this afternoon against General John C Underwood person ill y and as Grand Secretary of tho I 0 F The plaintiffs are William Thompson ca erer and M F Gallagher and tho suit crows out of the management of the triennial cantonment Thompson and Gallagher secured the restaurant and refreshment privileges on the Lake Front for tho week of the canton ment paying therefor the sum of in ash They claim that the representation made to them of the value of the privileges was very much bigger than the realization las been The performances on tho Lake Front they say have been less attractive than he promised them they wouldbe and they think the secretary has damaged them by alleged misrepresentations worth THE FOJjLiY OF A Silly Attempt to Injure Dubois at Boise BOISE CITY Aug to primary tKskot headed by the notorious D E P Pride has been put up by a few officeseekers in this product They have used tho names of many good men on their ticket but without the know ledge or consent of these men Their ob ject Is to snoak a tew enemies of Dubois into the County is very popular In this city as he Isevery whero in the State and at the primaries the people will express themselves in no unmis takable terms The opposition toDubois will be confined to a few and the Pride ticket will bo very badly beaten Advices from Latah county state that the primaries were held in that countyon tho 15th and that over 90 per cent of the delegates elected were in favor of Sweet for Congress and for Dubois for the Senate Latah county is in North Idaho W B McConnell who has been mentioned as a possible candidatefor United States BLAINES POSITION UN TEN ABLE EVERY WHEEL WAS STOPPEO VanderbiH Lines Tied Up Without a Moments Warning TRAINS ABANDONED WHERE THEY STOOD New York City Out Off from New Railroad Officials Will Fight It So Will the Men The Behring Sea View of a Canadian Lawyer OTTAWA Aug an Interview Hon William MoDouRJil one of the best consti tutional lawyers in the Dominion says I think Blaines contention asto exclusive jurisdiction of the United States over the waters of is utterly assuming thatthe position United States is as represented by the President and fully stated by Blaine in his letter to Pauncefoite of the 30th of Time I haye read It carefully and while 1 admLt tho good temper and lucidity of ex pression that Blaine displays asapblitl ciau I must as a student of international law protest against his promises aa well as his v McDoiipaUloals at length with tensions which Russia set up in Behring Sea and cites authorities Including the groat Amerioan writer Chancellor Kent to show that Blainos contention is at vari ance with the universally accepted doc trines of nations V Electrocution a Success NEW YORK Aug Dispatch San Francisco Chrontelc W T Jenkins who made the autopsy in Kemrnlers says tho experiment was a success and that thismethod great ad vantage over all former modes of execution not only from a physicians standpoint but from a humane point of view That there a mistake made in shutting off the fatal currant too soon cannot be said Dr Jenkins but that the victim suffered more by this error is Al though not dead ah the expiration of Che first shock Kommler was beyond suffering Napoleon Ives on Top NEW YORK Aug Dispatch Francisco Chronicle TForldthis morning makes the startling an nouncement that young is on top again having gained controlofthe Cincinnati Hamilton Dayton Railroad which ha took away from Russell years ago and in order to regain which Sage had Ives imprisoned A Lottery Boycott BATON BOUGB Auc lottery convention to dav Among tho resolutions adopted is one to boycott the Times Democrat of New Orleans on account of its prolottery senti ments The Newspaper Committee reported 000 guaranteed for a newspaper to be published in New Orleans in opposition to chartering tho lottery Keceived Two Thousand WASHINGTON Aug Ross an electric light company employee while changing carbons in a lamp tonight re ceivod a shock of 2000 volts He wus ren dered insensible but soon although the flesh of his right hand where the current entered andon his left arm where it passed off was He said that for four or five seconds before he became insensible he suffered The Kansas Crop Failure KANSAS CITY Aug total failure pf the corn crop is reported in nearly all of the territory in tho northern part of the from Junction City westward to theState line and from Lamed westward Less than a third of an average about bushels A New Australian Ministry BRISBANE Aug new Cabinet has been formed by Mr Griffith Grimthis pviino Minister K C Elwarth the Treasury Hodgelainsou Mines and Ulr Cowley Mihlscer o The Bar Association Aug tion finished its labors today Much 6t NEW YORK Aug expected storm among the thousands of employees of tho New York General and Vanderbilt lines owing to the discharge oC Knights of Labor and Brotherhood men broke like a flash from a clear sky tonight All the lines of thoCentral are ticd up and trains were left by the crews whore they stood when tho order eivme Two passenger trains were left at Eightysixth street in a tunnel The latest report is that the Shore road is tied up throughout its length as well as the New York New Haven road Groat throngs of people crowd into the Grand Central depot trying to have their tickets changed No one seemed to know how it was or who ordered tho strike Even J J Holland of the Knights of Labor denied that he know who ordered it or even that itwas ordered Representatives of the railroad company called upon Inspector Byrnes for protec tion and all the reserves on the East side above Fortysecond street to Youkers and on the West side from St Johns Park to Yonkers were placed on duty guarding the tracks and property The depot at Forty second street was under the protection of thofull force of police assisted by members of tho boat patrol Inspector Byrnoss de tectives guarded tho switches and signal stations along the road to Yon leers After these arrangements had been made word reached police headquarters that some of the strikers intended to take possession of the switchhouse at Sixtyseventh street and Fourth avenue Inspector Byrnes im mediately detailed two detectives to watch that point The Inspector himself decided to remain at headquarters all night ArlcePresident Webb Now York Central on being interviewed by a reporter said the strike extended only to West Al bany All oC the men who went out from tho employ of the road tonight Webb said will be promptly discharged in the morn ing Those men who remained would be taken care of and amply protected as well astho men who came to work for the road The road would take on all good men who applied for work in the morning and as far as they were needed to fill tho deserters places With great emphasis the vicepresi dent announced that he would fight the strikers to the bitter end Ho said tho new set of demands he had never seen and knew nothing whatever about them In effect these demands are for a mini umum days station to receive an increase of a month The men at Troy and Green Island shall receive the same compensation as at Schenectday and East Albany on sixwheel connected engines shall receive 2 cents per miie and all engineers on the same 4 centsfourwheel engine engineers 3 cents per mile firemen 2 cents per mile for all work over time double price Webb announced that the fast mail had polled out of the depot at 0 oclock with four mail cars but no passenger cars were attached to tho train The vicepresident further announced that no attempt would hemade to run any trains tonight There arc no means to get to Albany or New Eng land tonight buc the opening up of the great avenues of trade will begin tomorrow The strike was ordered on account of the discharge of certain employees Under tho orders every train was abandoned no mat ter where it might be Travel was not only blocked on the Central road but also on tho New York Now England and New York Harlem roads which use the tracks of the Central as far as Mclrose There is great excitement at the depot where great crowds oC peoplo gathered who expected to take trains out ot the city The hotels in the neighborhood arecrowdecl with disappointed travelers A t a late hou r VicePresident Webb stated that in tho yards of the Grand Central de pots at Fortysecond street FJftysixtl street and West Albany there were about 850 men out These men were all switch men and there was no trouble with tho en gineers or firemen He Intended to clear the tracks of a few stray cars tonight anf get ready to run trains after 7 oclock Ho said there might be trouble when this was attempted but the company would be af forded ample police protection Webb stated that outside of tho local short distance there were fourteen trains that ought to left the station between 7 oclock and midnight Only one of these went out the fast mail train They surely would have trains running in tho morning J J Holland of tho executive board of Labor a Tfew minutes later Heexpressed himself as firmly as did Webb only his way of putting it was tha trains would not move forlseveral mornings In Webbs office a telegraphic instrument was clicking A could read the instrument heard call up New York and ask for men to be sent there to getpassenger cars out of the yards Another message from Palmyra said that the freight yard at that point was all freight at a standstill Then New York called up Syracuse repeatedly bub could get no It was rumored that a number of operators would go out at midnight These dispatches seemed to contradict Webbs statement that there was no trouble west of Albany A notice is posted in the Grand Central depot to the effect that the sale of tickets has been temporarily suspended and that the ticket agout would refund all money paid for tickets if called upbn to do so Late tonight J J Holland stated that he had not ordered the strike but thought the head of the local division Knights of Labor have clone it Several strikers were interviewed but declinedto talk further than to sayit would prove to be the biggest strike before it was over that the people of the East had seen for some time At a late hour it was stated by some of the strikers that the Lake Shore road as far Chicago was in the same tiedup condition as This rumor however could not be verified The scene about the depotfive minutes after it had been known that a strike had been ordered was one that will long be re membered The waiting room was crowded with passengers For the real state of affaits dawn upon tho pas sengers the fact at last became there was a wild rush for baggage anda raid was the hotels The West Shore line was in a shaky con ditiontonight but up to midnight a strike was averted The Postoffice authorities re ceived a message at oclock from the Grand Central station saying more mails would be received over the New York Central tonight THE ALBANV V Aug Centtral Hudson roadis tied up from Buffalo to NewYork Allthe switchmen deserted tbeirposts The vas started with the aid of a helper The Migineerand tireman wore badly stoned he cnb windows were broken The freight Department running west is at a complete inndstill The Tenth battalion of State militia has 0eu ordered to be in readiness to respond o a call An extra force of police is also eady for any emergency CLEVELAND GROWING THIN He Is Rowing a Boat on One Mcal a Day MARIOS Aug Dis Francisco Cnnmiclc Grover Cleveland Is growing thinner Ho las since ho came here eschewed all meats and he and Mrs Cleveland are confining themselves entirely to fruits and vegetables Ho goes out dally to fish and insists on do tho rowing himself Many a day ing he takes only one solid meal a day and all Marion rejoicing in the fact that he has lost over twenty pounds and hopes to make it fifty pounds before he is through His walks and rowing tiro out his companions and his staying powers under his exhaustive exorcise cause general comment MIZNER MUST EXPLAIN HE IS ACCUSED OF IMPROPER CON DUCT IN His Inexplicable SUonco Exasperates tho State Hlgh Haudcd Course TENNYS BEAUTIFUL SPUR The SwayBack Shows What Can Do When He Tries He SUNOL MAKES A FOURYEAROLD RECORD Don Angus lioses a Raco ty a Foul Said to Bo Hankering for a Prize Fight Ball Games BOSTON L Sullivan and Peter Jackson have boon offered a purso to tho winner for a finish fight at the Carnival Palace Otfden Utah SAN SALVADOR Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Barillas of Guatamala has 2000 soldiers on the road to tho port of San Jose ready to protect his flight from tho country Tho defeat of the army of Guatemala by tho soldiers of Salvador is complete Anarchy reigus n Guatemala and to add to tho diffi culties of Biuillass position General BaorandJa has Invaded the country from the Mexican frontier Tho troops of Salvador under General Antonio Ezota have gone back to the fron tier to push tho ivvasion of Guatemala as a war with Honduras was not determined upon although Salvadors troops were ready to invade Uonduras A diplomatic settle ment of tho trouble with Guatemala is ex pected here Tho outrage by Guatemala in seizing tho arms ordered by Salvador from San Fran cisco created great excitement hre which has not died out Some go so far as to say that tho seizure of the war material in tho harbor of San Jose was agreed upon by the government of Guatemala and tho United States legation It is only fair to say that this is not generally believed hero Minister dispatches have not been interfered with in this republic MIZKEIl MAYBE HEAKD FROM CITY OF MEXICO July United States is to be no longer without communi cation with its minister in Guatemala After having figuratively speatcing been buried in the capital of that country by tho deten tion of his dispatches to the State Depart ment at Washington since the opening of hostilities Salvador Minister Miznor will be heard from perhaps tomorrow Pie has left the city of Guatemala for San Jose do Guatemala to take either one or the other of the United the Ranger or to Acajutla or Liber tad to communicate with his government While it is apparent that tbo Charge dAffaires of the Mexican Legation in Guat emala has kept his government posted as to tho actual state of affairs in Central Amer ica and that tho Guatemala legation hero has been receiving regularly its dispatches from its foreign department tho messages of the United States Government to Minister have either been detained or sup pressed by the Guatemalan Government The newspapers here belivo that in view of such action United States has been fav oring Guatemala or that Minister Mizncr has been on his own account especially solic itous for the welfare of the Barillas Gov ernment because ho has not been vigor ously protesting at thehighhnnded manner and undiplomatic course pursued by Guate mala is believed here that Minister Mizner owing to tho diplomatic telegraphic the discussipn methods of procedure intho mine near flooded and df owned trains are aUoyedto to the termi nal divisions ahdthen switch1 service is ro f iised The6 of York arrived here on time but now libs in the The hignt botat to York tonight looTui gh trie o nlyj d irect Toate to New by the diy v was abandoned at Van Wert itroet DOrepeated to Llbertad or Ocapuco for him According to dispatches now hero the State Department has been thoroughly aroused at Minister Miners apparent keeping it informed as to what was transpiring in Central America and for that reason he will have to recite everything from the beginning to the end as to what has occurred since tho war opened between Guatemala and Salvador FIRES THE CONSULS Oirr OF Aug Barillas is very much incensed at a number of foreign consuls resident in this republic more especially so with those officials from whose countries there aro no diplomatic representatives In Central America The alleged cause of President Barillass dis pleasure is that those consuls from foreign powers have icfused to send to their re spective governments favorable and Hatter ing reports concerning Guatemalas action towards Salvador in the war between the twocountries The office of tho Secretary of Foreign Relations of the government being authorized by the Constitution of the lie public to withdraw the exeouatures granted to consuls resident in the country has deemed it advisable to withdraw that granted to the Consul of Mexico Don Jose The above was authorized by the President and signed by Martinez Sobral Minister of Foreign Affairs A like issued Uie consul as well as for others whosenames are not yet known There is much indignation felt imong ail foreign residents here at President Barillas s action The bonds of the internal debt of Guatemala have fallen 15 per cent in this capital A MINISTER ARRKSTED GUATEMALA Cur Aug Epleral Minister of For Affairs hasbeen thrown into prison by President Barillas charged with being a traitor he having been detected in secret communication withSalvador It is ru mored thatthe Revolutionist Qriumgar was killed in battle Barundea who is a candi date for the presidency has crossed the frontier near San Benito with a small fol lowingTroops have been sent to inter cept his advance Fighting is looked for at any time The Nebraska Crop OstAHA Aug from nearly every county in the State shows the condition of below the average Several counties are being entirely ruined by hot winds extreme western irrigation is tried wheat has yielded v In Iowa the indications are corn wil average about halfa crop compared with last year A DiamondTMef NEW YOKK Aug police here be Heve thafctbeyhave capturedthe burgla who robberies a man giving his name as Wil The Knees AUK Aug Dis Francisco Chronicle again a California horso gels there It happens every day now so the New Yorker has got used to it but still he doesnt like it no not a little and this time Now Yorks pride the groat Tenny beaten twice by Salvator in a race against from Salvators own stable was as usual just a little In the rear at tho close Every mans sympathy should go forth to Pulsifor InJouny he possesses one of the very best horses in tho country but un fortunately llnggin owns two other racers Salvator and cither of whom is as good if not a shade better than Tenny So whenever Pulsifcrs little swayback goes to the post he is forced to nicer one or the othor of Hagsrms pair and while one of them is beating nim the other rests quietly in his stall and is prepared to give Teuny a shaking up some other day The crowd today gambled on Tonny ew could believe that Fireim stood a ghost if a chance Thousands of dollars went into ho ring on Tenny making him a hot avorito at 1 to while the few greon 3ucks that were wagered on Firciizi barely cept her prico from going higher than 0 to 5 Isaac Murphy rode Firenzi who made no waiting race He forced therace the mo ment llag fell and a rattling pace it oo Like tho sulky surly brute ho Tonny in tho roar and refused to jxeit himself A length and a half behind iircnzi he ran for a mile and a furlong iu pito of tho efforts of Garrison to send him up with his antagonist It was a breathless expectant crowd that watched and waited to make his move and that tremendous spurt of finish hat has made Tenny famous above all racers it came but as xisual a little too ate Snapper got at him with whip and ipnr as they neared tho last furlongpolo ind uudcr this by no meansgentle persua sion Tenny closed up on the mare Inch by inch Tennys nose moved up along irenzis Hank and Murphy drew his He had to xiso it too for Tenny was danger ously close now and Raining still Fifty yards from tho judges Tennys loodcd head was at Firenzis saddlo skirts rt was 11 was ribttotie compared with the exertion of tho thousands of men women and children in lie grand stand yelling like demons heir wild imagination led them w believo their extended pushing and pulling and waving of hands were helping Tenny en to victory but It was not to be the swaybacks gallant effort came too late Jlo fought a good fight clear to thefinish and gained an inch ai every jump end was too near at as they dashed past the winning post Fjrenxi was neck in front That it was a killing pace the time tho mile and a half beingrun In within a quarter of a secondof the beat record for the distance AT SAJIATOGA SARATOGA Aug First Filly won Lord Harry second La Belle third Time won Corticollo second Maid of Orleans third Time Six won Golden Rod second Fairy Queon third Six Pulsifer Rose secoad Allan Bane third Time Six A won Gonevleve second Black Diamond Time Belle Hamlin was sent first and her time was The California was then called up She passed the quarter in the half In threequarters in and the milein three seconds slower than her California record the track which was seemingly good condition and the fact that the wind on the stretch made a difference of a full second Sunols perforpiance today more than equals that which ranked her next to the queen of trotters Maud S THE MOUNTAIN RACFS BUTTE Aug to TRIB races were well at tended today With the exception of the fourth in which Lew Carlisle was beaten nil the favorites won Don Angus of tha Salt Lake stables lost the fifth race on ac count of a foul First race trotting Upperwork s stakes for Bow 11 Second race running threeeighths of a mile won The Jew second Bay Tom third Kickapoo fourth Time t Third race running fiveeighths or a mile Daley 11 Susie Glenn 22 Time Fourth race of a miie won Roily Bolly second Third Time Fifth race special freeforall Bowley 12121 Don Time SUNOL AT BUFFALO BUFFALO Aug Fifteen thousand peoplo went out to the Driving Park today attracted by the an liam arrested trying fburttli6tisand nouncement that Sunol and Bell Hfmln would attempt to lowerthe records of and made by them respectively After some preliminary warmingup the judges announced that the horses would be tent to beat Tkis was for the of giving Sunol a record as a fouryearold the best up to date being Trot Walter E first Semico lon second Jean val Jean third Hen rietta fourth Best time Fiveyear olds or under trotting Prince Regent Urst Pimlico second 2S25 pace Extra fist Glcndennis second Artie third tailer fourth Best time 2 23 The Players Brotherhood PITTSBTJBC The home team won today by W Utttnc and by the loose playing of their opponents At tendance 3000 ham UinpircgKnight and Jones OBriens good pitch diamond jewelry Cleveland I30a Population otfche State of at 0 0 14 OBrien U The f   

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