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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                FirstPart Pages 1 to 8 YOiTXXXIX2s O 210 MR PLUMBS OPPORTUNITY The Kansas Senator Will lead the Crusade Against Lead Ore SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY AUGUST PRICE FIVE THE WESTERN SENATORS NOT ALARMEO Still A Few Toleffrains Wouia Not Be Out of FJaceThc Chickasaw SfjaawMcn Threuton nn Out Crop Prospects LAKK TnrntrrrB 517 FourteenthStreet WASHINGTON D 1800 Tho week ends with the Senate still strug jfilng with the metal schedule of tho Tariff bill to prophesy when the consideration of the bill will bo completed Thoro siii tho argentiferous load paragraph may bo reached during When it In taken lip Senator Jhinib will bo given a chance to work off snmoOf his surplusonthuslasm Ho promises to make a hard fight for free Mexican load but ho will got little encouragement from the Uepublloun side If the present in dications count for anything A thorough of tho Republicans falls to show the possibility of serious Republican defection on this item Jib least Senator Jones confident that tho sched ule will remain iinohanged So Senator Tollyr So aro Senators Mandorson and 1nddock and Senator Aldrlch A few tele hurled at friendly Senators would not1 bo out of place while tho matter Is still ponding and might do good but the major ity will hardly dare face tho certainresorit mont from tho mining States which a change In tho lead schedule would ensure The already heard on the tariff jiios tiori corning from tho West have had thoir effect TO LIMfT SKNATE DBBATICS WASHINGTON Aug resolution was introduced In tho Senate by Hoar to limit 11 Is tho ono adopted by the Re publican but was presented upon Hoars own motion AH far us can bo loaincil there hast been no action by any of v tho Republican Senators to support tho resolution IT wont to tho Committee on Rules 1 THE CmCKASAW SITUATION The Secretary of tho Interiorhas received telegram fromMr TSejnnott Indian agent at Mnscago Tndlan Territorysaying that tno Chlckasaw situation Is serious and thoro vas danger of an outbreak on tho 4th inst thf day of election on account ofthe fllflfranoliiseriiont of the sriuawrmpn President the flecrbtaryexpressed the opinion Is no great probabllltybf an outbreak such require tho interference of ns a that theSeo rotary pf War be d I rooted tohave troops at order necessary to suppress n riot No oftroops to bo made unless riots of a dangerous character The Government ho says does not Intend to display a force of troopsuntil the last emer gency FQOri OKOt PFlOStECTfl There IP n reduction In all cereals reported by tho Statistician of tho of Asrlenltuvo The decline from tho 1st of July to tho 1st of August is from to in corn from to In spring wheat from to In oats from in barlov Tho condition of potatoesIs ro dKiecl from to A fall of twenty w points Indicates tho disaster which lias be vltfallen the oocn crop within thirty days canoed by an abnormal high temperature In tho central districts with an Insuffic iency of rainfall Tho TO turn of tho drought whkih covers a broad urea and tho severity of chtt oITeeUs produced aro more gonbral and depressing than tho signal service record of temperature appears to Indicate One factor In tho blighting of vegetation was the hot winds that scorched tho lower basin of tho Missouri and Ohio viilloys Fatal AockTont at Butto BmK Aug tpTiun fatal acoidonfc occurred at the Pavut smelter this morning in which George Fox an employee was instantly killed and Foreman Edward MoCool was severely bruised about tho shoulder The men wore at work repairing tho spout loading to one of the rollers in tho concentrator Avhen the spout broke from its fastenings tliu menbeneath Fox was stricken sonse loss died before help could reach him The deceased was 30 years cf rlod ami a of Philadelphia v A Celebrity Dies Aug Wade 70 the wealthiest this morning after an Illness of days Mo was tho first President of the Pacific Tocsfapli Company and tho first PvesUlont of the Union Telegraph which position ho held until 18G7 Ho onjoyod tho dlstinoUQii of being probably tho oldest tele graph operator In tho country and origin v ated tho idea of Inclosing submarine oables In iron armor thus making tnterconttiibn uvl by AntiLottery UATON RotTOB Ang a naeet v of the Farmers All anew today resolu tions wore adopted denouncing the Alliance In tho General Assembly who favor of rochartcrtng tho Louisiana Lottery traitors to the ouuso and principles of ttlro union and refusing to them asmembers oftho order and recpm that subordinate unionsexpel them also roitoratlng tho pledges relative to the lottery denouncing If as a vile ourse jtad sxnenormous iniquity which they ieol V iiiore determined today over tocom aiuTresolvlug not to lot their relax until this enemy is driven fronv the r ABridegroom Kidnaped Sun Fruiioisco iChronicle thowholesaleliquor dealer v tfhVoity anclMiss Orandook were bean married last brides residence A groat fwisthad boon ureuared in honor Cf tho oocoslon and roany guests ere bidden Artor waitinguntil midntahtifor the groom to f tho obuld1 not bo But this dyoii Ink it leaked out th at ii number or his who opposed the match toxlcated and i ppedIi lai to Kansas City the HThoEresident Oft tor I r consisting of t and Private Seoretary for a newspaper man Tho tug took tho purty to tho cruiser which im mediately steamed off for Boston IDAHOS PRIMARIES The Pride Ticket Poca tcllo Solid ior Dubois BOISE OITY Aug f Special to The primaries today resulted in the Holootlon of the Pride ticket socalled Eight gentlemen woro on both tickets and tho adherents of the Pride ticket persist ently say that no fight was intended on Shonp and Dubois The fact that Prido is an outttpokon enemy of both these gentle men and has not been on speaking terms with the Governor for years makes tho ex at tho primaries too hard to fathom The country delegates do not share with Boise City In tho lack of appre ciation of the services Colonel Shoup and have rendered tho party and State and will no doubt reverse this decis ion at their County Convention on Wednes day Many local considerations entered Into tho contest which excited great inter eat and 475 votes were polled SOLID FOH DUilOIS Idaho Aug 0 fSpecial to Tho Republican primary to day resulted in the election of W S Harvey George Ross Ed John Keelott and Thomas Foust delegates to tho Blackfoot convention which moots next Wednesday to elect delegates to tho Republican State Convention August 20 th Tho delegation Is solid for Dnbols Shonpand Sweet PREPARING FOR FLIGHT THE GUATEMALA GO AHKOAD Tho State DcpJtrfcrmsnt Ho am From MIz Koignw Throuffliont San Sal liobols Defeated CrTV OP GUATRMALA AllR Francisco Chronido Late 1ast night tho suporintonclont of the Guatemala Central Tialtroacl had orders to keop a special train constantly understoam subjeot to the disposal of President Baril las It Is beUovod that the President is go ing to ny from the country The train was got ready when tho Government sent a squador company of soldiers to watch over It but tho purpose of tho soldiers presence was not explained to the of tho railroad who became alarmed at the Governments action In sending troops to Uie companys promises which is American property He went atonoo though late at night to tho American Legation but the Minister was away He then used tho railroad bole graph to tho Port of San Joso and communi cated with tho commanderof the United States anchored off the port requesting him to send protection for Its employees the com would send one of nls officers up to Guatomala oinnoltre and watdli events but that he could not send up an armed force his vessel requested to do cJTlbor arrived tliIsmorning and Is at therailroad All foreigners have appealedto thoir legations for protection in viewof tho Impending crisis Tho latest rumorIs that Barillas to the diplomatic corps not now to arbitrate In the Salvador matter but to protect and sustain his Government News has jtisc reached bore of tho reported arrival or a British manofwar at San Jose Thisoity has the aspect of a churchyard at midnight Ail Is as silent as tho grave and the people have to keep within their houses noti knowing at what moment the cannon roar may Inoak the silence Provisions nro very scarce and very dear and the municipal market Is deserted by nearly all tho women ivhp aro accustomed to sell thoir wares QUIET IN SALVADOR SAN SALVADOR via LaLlbortad Aug fTitiMUNK Francisco Chronicle aro beginning to calm down hero All signs of revolution aro fast disappearing and peace reigns once more through tho whole republic and thoro are no evidences of war with the exception of tho army on of Guatemala and theforces near tho boundary of Honduras Everybody In San Salvador appeared to ho loud In praise of General and the mas terly way in which ho handled tho President day before yesterday palled a meeting of many of the principal and most Influential people inSan Salvador and unanimous approbation wus tho result of his explanation as to what ho proposed to do tor tho country Immediately after tho meeting President Ezota In consultation with General B Molena Gulrola issued a decree appointing several of the trusted ofHpers to Important posts in tho General Alfonso Irungary the revolu tionary Gautomalnn general has taken possession af tho telegraph line at Ohiqui miila andIs now in communication with this capital Word has been received from him that his troops number nearly throe thousandmen well officered and armed Irungary says that heexpects to be reln forood by a number of from J nuni her Ing about d thousand and when thesoare all oomblnod ho will march right on to tho oapltaVbf Ue has Titled the Armory and arsenal as well at OhlqulniiUa and completely routed General Popio1 Portass troops who have fled in dismay towarcVthe capital General Portii was takeu prisoner by Irungarys men but7 afterwards escaped MCZUER IS HBAU1V FltOM Aug of State has received a dispatch dated La Libortad Salvador from Mlzner United States to Guate mala Jllznor San Jose do Guatemala about a week ago The Do rpavtinont declined to nuvlco publictho con of the telegram ox1 tho instructions In thereto A WICKED LEADViLLE PAIR r MEX7CO Aug fromGuatemala deny thereportthat Mar tinez 9al Secretary of Stateswas arrested roslgiied his offleo however and Senor of takoh oh his This denotes mi chttTgo in policy of prnmout Tho under iGeu Pedro Barillas routed the Eovolutionlsts at v The Beyolutlonary army whloh Wasv 1 Telnforcecl by Salva dorUms numbored 3000 while the merit troops ivumbored The Govern mentalpss KeyolutlpnJsts rpsjt killed Bovoiutlonists made prison Dosldes avnumber of OfficorsJ batfele lasted five hours Tho wbolo coun peaceand every thlngjis V coinmorco is liipviiig tran qitiliy theroivrii no revolution diiras1 is wi tikiciwingflier1 frpih tiie threatoriecl with The Life of the Seducer Saved by an Infant A COLORADO MURDERER IN OGDEN A Young Girl Quarrels With Her Mother and Poisons tho Family Buncoes Work a Goods Swindlers Approach Rus sell Harrison and Are Jailed Aug to can say that he had his life saved by a little baby this morning George Xho mas resides with ii is wife and childat 501 East Fourth street while Hanso lived at abdardinghonso a few doors above Thomas Of latu Thomas has become Elauso because he saw him about the dwelling so often Last night Thomas determined to watch his wife so Instead of when 11 oclock came as he was onthe night shift he came down town remaining a short time returned to his home As ho sus pected both baby were gone Ho learned that shortly after he had gone down town tho man lliuiso had gone into his residence and that Mrs Thomas and tho baby bad gone with him to a place on East Thomas fol lowed them up and upon trying to get ad mission ho he suc ceeded In getting he found Hause with his wife together Thomas pulled out a rovpivor to shoot Hause but the the child and hold it in froiitof him andThomas was afraid to shoot forfear the Child Thomas laid down his weapon and jumped at Hanse in order child whoa Hause dropped his burdeni and suc ceeded in escaping out of the window Thomas swears If ho findshini ho will shoot him A HKTjD 0ODKN DENVER Aug 10 JacksonofrEl Paso was to day granted a roquKsltiipnfor Kelly who is wanted at Colovado Springs fqra murder committed in be re momberod that Kelly was one of the five prisonerswho effected their escape from the El Paso county jailsomemonths since ail of whom were quickly recaptured but Kelly A dispatch frQnXQgderi Utah an nounces that a Kellys de scription has been arrested at that place being holdsto await the action of the Colorado confidentthat leavothis evening for with the proper MONTANA BUTTE to special to the Miner says that Sheriff by Deputy Drought in two brothers of Lala See noted horsethJoves murderers andnilround Indiaa crooks After an the Sheriff and his posse just at daylight this morning sur rounded a camp of PendOrbilles and cap turod those They jyere close Lala See The V Sheriff ironed the two men andj dptailingGrant to help guard them ordered his men to keep on the trailand took the back track and landed his men injail They are slimhullt tall youngfollows and seemed completely cowed not re turn but will depend on his deputies to capture Lala The roundup of mur derers to date is fiveknown to bo desperadoes criminals and coldblooded murderers of TheIndian chief Ivonan has romainod at his post at tho reservation givingnoald or encouragement whatever to POISONED THR Aug OJ TRIBUNE Francisco Chronicle Yesterday afterupon Mary Metzclprff the sovcntoenyoarpld daughter of Motzclorll1 wordswith her mother but tho blown over andboouforgottonby Mrs This morning the you nggiiV who usually pre pares Hho family rose as usual and had the meal ready Besides Mrs Metzdorff there her six yearold son James and Mrs Louise Broad water who lives at the house after cup of coffee the boy complained of a oiirnlrig at hlsstomach awaiting under sen tence special ses sioivshould speiti fto rupeal thepresent law oallins for execixtioaiby the sentences passedroivtllpiio would he null was on Thursdayhelooked at the package found that it wasmade up of loose leaves of books on which had been placed the single good 8500 bill DEPREDATIONS OFiCTTlTAN BANDITS HAVANA Aug Associatea The public is over the frcriuent outrages committed band of robbers the band sur prised a number of Hands at wxrk onthe railroad between Havaniv and Matahghs and compelled themto tearup one of the rails Tho result the freight train was thrown from thetrack Tho robbers prp ceeded to help themselves and shot the conductor dead The troopshave started from Matimzas for the scene SWINDLERS TACICLE RlISSHLt NEW YOKK Aug An attempt to swin dle Russell B B arrison son of the Presi dent bymeans of goods game was made about six weeks andreaulted today in the arrest of thruu men who gave theinames as Chsrles Hortoni Barnard and Jamos 1 Theywore locked upiu default of S250 bail each These men have been sending Circulars to all parts of tho country and their arrest was brought about a picture sent to Kussoll Harrison who placed it in the hands ofPostoffico Inspector Eathbimo The circular was addressed E Holena POItfONBI BV A BUSINESS PITTSBUHG Aug Schmidt and daughter and four aU were taken suddenly ill from drinking whloh poison was placed Mr Lovl who keeps an opposition secondhand seen crawling from a window In thd Schmidt house last night and suspocted of tho poisoning Tho victims will probably io cover MEBIDEN Aug randy boys today mot two A feud has existed between two families and a light ensued with Tn which Grandy recoived John Grandy very badly of the Fairchilds seriously cut islittie hope of his recovery A TEXAS TRAGEDYV Fo RT Wo RTIT Tox Aug 0 cockand his brothertoday riaarro5edwith J Gu ntor Charley Tonesafeexchangecl shots IVord Llancock shot in tho neck Gunfcer surfed to give up when Arcli Hancock ovdered Guntor to surrender GLintoi repliedby a stiofc kllHng Mancock ACTED IN SEOFTJEFENSE SPOKANE FALLS Aug AspeciiUvfrom Colvllle says Jonldns morning from his from and surrendered tp the authori ties He stated that hohad William Daly and Benjamin pnto over a horse trade that ho THE DOORS THE DOOltitEEPEK A Which Forth a Explanation by the for Senate JDoJjatos M thc tion was from pf provldingthatafter it shallbe Iu order noncpncurrence in the Senate propriation tb a question sald that pending a call of thd had started out of tho House hat to business in the pVissing out the doorkeeper told cbulfl not out He he wodld passout Tho doorkeeper tbereiippn attempted toarrest htm a resolution to bring the doorkeeper tothe bar of thoHonse tor contempt oftheHpuso and for a breach privileges of bOr The Speaker in ruling upon said the rights and of ally tndm bers in the discharge of their fuuctions were sacred The Ohair thought tion which ought to he passed upon by the House The rules of the vision for securing aud retaining In order to accomplish that House required that whenever acalVwas orderedthe doors should be closed Such closingof the tho opinion of the any member from leaving Tho Speaker had issued ho oVder in ifoT gard to this in question of the doorkeeper as ing of the rule had statedthis his opinion and the doorkeeper had actedupon always subject of course dooision of the House As this resolution raised a question that must bedisposed of by tho House the chair The resolution was referred to the vi The House then proceeded under r the special order to amendments Indian Dill f Dockery commented upon took the Senate amendf ments out of the Committee of the Whble and provided the House in balk upon 101 amendments ooy toniHiajntsu uj ii Perkins apprpyed the1 and his rnqthor udyised him to let the fenciRd th e Speaker frbrii the coffee oool off Immediatoly A vote however madea similar complalut her chair A physician was the coffee full of arseiiic May who had not been was at once she reached the station house Mrs rBiioadwator had ex pired and late this evening the boys life is dos of Mrs Motxdorff was also affected vomitoxl freely and fact owes her She is crazed and horror and acts like onediimented MaryMetz doritdeclares herinivocencp and says she too of was not made sick Hor and hardened upon question to amendments journ ed In This was agreed Ad fered a rGsblution which was Committee on Iviiles Resolved that the Senate rules hc amended hy uddhig anybtll iprAosohH tion Inis under ooiisideratioiia reasonKble tiinoit shiill iu order for any imirin thiit debritetliereohbc closed Ir such dcr uiand be seconded by n majority proseut tint qucstiuii shall forthwith without clebulo siiul hall take precedence If the Sunivte sliall decide Ao closti debate the question put Dispatch ivniendVneiitsi upou tho lunehauients i upon tho muasuru not onco to exceed iuio bv the motion shall be til the suuie shall the shall fail A 1 n t he pen d iuji ni or one the The effect and ofone of theso results likeli hood shall The i bill on Butlers reduce i AN UPRISING OF KNIGHTS Traffic on the Sew York Central Practically Suspended WHY THE STRIKE WAS ORDERED The Company Was Discharging Knights of Labor Officials Expect to Send Out Trains Powderly Interviewed NEW YORK Ang Tho first train which left the Grand Central depot this morning passed out at 5 oclock Four cars were at tached occupied by mall sorters No pas sengers were aboard Tho ticup on tho roadis complete Every trainman switch man engineer and conductor except those necessary to attend to the running of mail trains have stopped work on tho order of tho executive board of District Assembly The men by mutual agreement agreed to furnish enough assistance to allow the mail trains to run but were determined that not a single passenger nor a pound freight should be carried last night From 4 until no trains wore run this morning At 5 oclock a great number of train hands who did not belong to the Knights of Labor reported at tho yard for work They were instructed to set about clearing tho Passengers com pelled to get oil the cars at Mott Haven in stead of going into the Grand Central de pot as usual and hud to rely upon the ac commodations of the elevated railroad and street cars to bring them down town THE STRIKERS ARK ORDERLY The strikers all conduct themselves in an orderly manner They say that they are determined not to work until tho discharged men arc reinstated Tho Executive Board of District Assembly 24U was in session all night Byrnes remained at his post all he has detectives all along the bridges and in No freight cars be run today but the Inspector has received a dispatch to the effect that tho officials will try to run a passenger train Reserves are held at most of the precincts the from Fiftyninth to Seventyninth streets all barges and boats jf the company are tied up Great loads of coffee sugar are waiting to be moved The company is surprised at the strength of the Knights It is not known that many of tbo freighthandlers on the qocks are yeton one dock alone seventyeightmon quit work Seven hun dred men will he obliged to quit work on aepountof the tieup in the Hudson street yard of the company considerable improvement iu the situation AT THE GRAND CENTRAL DEPOT this morning The notice announcing a temporary suspension of passenger traffic Between 6 and 30oclock se ven trai hs camp j ny somo through trai ns others local made up of cars stalled at Harlem and Mott Haven President Webbsaid he did not think the matter would giganticpropor tions that menwon be found to man the trains The majority of those who left1 are switchmen and yardmen Their plaices arc being filled asrapidly as possible liMvethrougb passenger trains were sent out The New York New Haven though not tied up is blocked for about ten miles out until it leaves the main New York Central track The New York Harlem ticket office is trains went out on that branch No news was received this riioraing of any trouble on the West Shore road The New York Oentralpfncials feel cpnfident that in tcrruption to travel will be of short dura Hollatrd at 2 oclock this afternoon stated that he understood that all engineers had been orderecLout wonldprobably leave work between now and tomorrow morning The engineers and Knights of Labor have arranged for a conference Everything looks as If the engineers would go out to uight This would virtually stop all traffic At 4oclock this afternoon the NewYork Central was almost completely tied up from this city to Bu1ILlo The only trains to run are those carrying mails The strikers in clude all the men except engineers and flre mlen It is now announced that all freight engineers and tiremen go out tonight This willleaveonly the passenger engineers in service FREIGHT TRAKFIC SUSPENDED Not a single freight train left the yards today and none arrived Webb will make strenuous efforts to run freight trains Mon on the West Shore and New York Central will a meeting Webb said decide what we will do in regard to freight trains I think we will have enough men by Monday to get every thing in good running am satisfied with the were sent out today and I dont think we will have any more difficulty with freight Holland spent most of the day in the Grand Unipnlinconference with representa tives of He tojd reporters that he could not say anythirigabout the proba bilities for Monday beyond that tho men would fight hard He could not sell he said whether the Brotherhood of Locomo tive Engineers would call out their mfrpbers or not There were many statementsmade to day regarding the number of men on the strike The men them selves said that there three or four thousand while the railroad officials maintained that there were not nib re than three or four hundred men At 6 oclock tonight sixtyfour of the night force of freight switchmen at the West Shore depot at Weehawken reported a locomotive whistle rang out shrilly in the fiftyof the switehruenTeft their posts put on coats and walked to their homes This actiojileft the almost Preparations to meet th e emergency were immediately freight Conductor who acted as spokesman for the striking switchmen told the yardmaster that peisoually the men V HAD They by tho Knights ofLabor and obey Every in the WestShore and the tip the trains was going AH trains are The officials said that no other on the this the strikers TRAINS SENT V ins Ha Hartford Railroad iliad been gotten right On York road oclock mall getting thati20Ci enlaces Deennptifiedj to TJee this af terhwn shipped live stock and other perishable goods ovor the Ycst Shore road in any con siderable quantity he would issue an order time would cut that road in two The situ ation of the strike here is more firm than last night The only men it work are tho engineers and a few firemen The only train arriving from the south this morning was tho newspaper express from New York an hour Western trains that cnme before noon mostly mail and baggage cars are still here On the first Wosteru train was attached a passenger coach hav ing aboard General Algernnd party on their way to the G A R Encampment at Boston Only one train has started for tho south mado up of mail cars and two passenger coaches The strikers when the train was about to be switched over the bridge across river refused to let tho switch bo set properly and the police had to be called on to disperse them The train then moved out but the strikers said it would not get far It Is said the West Shore employees will go out before tomorrow Over 1000 men em ployed in the car shops went ou this morning TUB STRIKERS GRIEVANCE In conversation tonight with a striker he said The company for the past throe weeks has been laying oil1 some of oldest employees and most loyal members of tho Knights of Labor When asked the reason for dismissing they were told they could not do their work properly One of tho men had been a machinist in the car shops for twenty years Another had been a fireman for fourteen years and an engi neer for six Tho men said it was an effort on the part of tho company to break up their organization This view was strengthened when It was learned that a Central emissary was in Utlca on Saturday last when a convention of District Assem bly No 246 was held and copied from the register of the hotel where they wore stop ping tho names of every delegate who was a Central employee All these men ono by one during tho past week wore dropped by the company It was then decided that it was time for them to assert their Largo shipments of cattle from tho West which aro billed ovor tho Central road and which have been lying in Buffalo since last night have been ordered reshipped over other roads The situation hore tonight is increasing in interest The employees of tho West Shore were to have been ordered out this afternoon was thought best by the loaders of the strike to let them remain at work until next week when if tho New York Central does not oome to terms they say the employees will not only go out on the West Shore bat on the whole Vanderbilt system Tho train dispatchers all but one in the West Albany yards wont ont today One of the officers of District Assembly 24G said theongJnoors and firemen all along tho line would go out in twenty four hours TROY SWITCHMEN OUT TROY N Aug All gatemen switchmen and trackmen except one to the number offorty employed by tho Troy Union road struck this evening in response to orderfrom POWDKTUYV ON THE SITUATION SCRANTOX Aug General Master Workman Powderly when asked his views concerning tho railroad strike said that some time since it was reported to him that the employees of that lino were being dis criminated against the discharged men all being leaders of organized labor This strike is taken as a final protest against such dis crimination which he said had become unf bearable Powderly said the employees of the road had a perfect organization from Now York to All tho employees are not members of the Knightsi but their action is1 a connected ono and there will bo perfect unity In conclusion Mr Powderly said I noticetho statement that not blofor this but tho men did not take place without his knowl edge or consent On the contrary before ho went to Europe his men were being vic timized so he is as responsible as ho was before be sailed for tho Old World Ho is not a pauper and as a consequence can afford to use tho electriccable He knows all that is transpiring in this country pertaining to his AN OFFICIAL AITNOUNCEMENT CHICAGO Aug At 5 oclock this even ing the following was received by tho Asso ciated Press from O W Ruggles General Passenger Agent Of the Michigan Central I am informed by the New York Central that their passenger train service will bo completely resumed tomorrow morning No further delayor trouble is ENGINEERS WIIX NOT STRIKE CLEVELAND Aug An effort was made tonight byan Associated Press representa tive to find Chief Arthur of the Brotherhood of LocomotiveEngineers but that gentle man had gone on a visit to his daughter Dolos Everett an officer the grand seen and said the officers of tho order here knew nothing whatever of the situation in New They had no idea there was going to be a strike of any sort Our men are not involved and as far as I know are notlikely to said Mr Everett The engineers have made no complaint and there is not the least likeli hood of their joining the A JKRSEY iOEKTUAIV STRIKE JBRSEY TheKnights of Labor of the New Jersey Central held a se cret meeting tonight The men say a strike la ordered for Monday morning in support of the New York fellows D THE G A ItIs Reported TJiat Men Will BOSTON AUK chairmen of the rarious committees having in charge the for the National Grand Army Encapment held an important meeting to night with the executive committee It all the details were completed and everything was in a most satisfactory shape It is expected that about men will bo in line The dispatch boat and gunboat Petrel arrived in the harbor this overling The torpedoboat Gushing left Newport for Boston this the j Yorktcwn and expected here Million aire Davis1s Widow Y ORK Aug fTiuuuNK San Francisco Chronicle Word has reached this city within the past two days that a search Is to be made in California for and children of Davis dead Montana over estate there promises to as lively and Intricate a overthat of Bly the have died until the discovery few weeks agoof a will entire his T brother and so throwing relatives Now it Is claimed that Davis lived for a tinifr in there a wife and several children who dis covered willcome in for aa estate yalued at three THE EMPERORS SCHEMES William Exerting Himself in Behalf of the Peace of Europe HE ALSO STRENGTHENS HIS NAVY Tho Czars Peaco Conditions A Bulgarian Candidate The Heligolantiers Will Receive Their Ruler in Proper Style General Foreign News Winn peg tldegreesv the 4 52 arid 42 Itisi tpbparlyfto tfe Ii r d am crppsv t torn V jn BERLIN Aug XD York Associated Press of tho results of the interview at Osborno between Quoen Victoria Emperor William tho Prlnco of Wales and Lord Salisbury is tho withdrawal of Prince Waldouiar for tho Bulgarian throne Family reasons notably the pro test of tho King of Greece influenced this direction Under tho promptings of Empe ror William both tho Queer and tho Prince of Wales are beginning to take a nioro act ive part in tho foreign politics of England Tonights Post gives suggestive promi nence to a special London dispatch saying that just as tho Kmporors visit to Osborno in iSSS afforded a startling polat leading to an agreement and as tho visit of tho Prince of Wales to Berlin was not without bearing upon treaty so foreign ofltcial circles now bellova there was political significance in the pres ent visit of tho Kaiser tho out come of which may astonish the world Tho Posts allusions as road hero point to a project of the Kai ser to obtain the Czars assent to another Berlin Congress aiming at a general Euro pean pcaco compact implying a limitation of armaments The belief in official circles here is that tho Czar will treat a league of pcaco as a futility unless associated with the resolution of Russian domination intho Balkans and the permanent satisfying of France Whatever tho Kaisers pcaco ideas may bo his movements tend to strengthen Ger many in the event of war His visit to Norway was immediately successful in so curing consent to tho recruitment of Nor wegians and Swedes for tho German navy an ample supply of fine seamen being thus afforded Tho published an from Von Caprivi quoting tho imperial de cree placing Heligoland under control of the Chancellcroi and making Captain Geiso ler Governor rind Prince and Councillor Warmutb commissioner As soon astho Landtag meets laws will be passed making the island part of Prussia The inhabitants of Heligoland aro makingextonsivo ations for the reception of the Emperor to morrow Thousands of visitors pected GongVesshave constituted work that most of the delegates have had At tho opening banquetDr Tendon the health of Minister eloquent testimonytoth3 iutereatitakenin the congress by cal profession In marked the close of the ft dinner given to SurgeonGeneralHamilton and other army and navy officials THB LONDON Aug of ployees of the railways in and the mails are still carried on the public roads The strike seriouslyr afTectodtho London Steam ers aro not able to iisual aup plies of Welsh coal V A NEW Aug Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle political clubs are greatly exercised by reports of tho Emperor of Germanys nego tiations at Osborne It is said that Jhiii Majesty brought with him a ratification of an offensive and defensive Sweden and Belgium and succeeded in per suading Lord Salisbury to consent condi tionally to join a peace the triple Lord how ever stipulated for tho right to communILv cate the fact to the Lord Salisburys consent vras obtained oulj through the the THE HKIlGOtAND The transfer of tho Island ot Heligoland to Germany was formally madetoday island was thronged to excess visitors from an early train in Upon f thelanding of tho German officials her Majostys ship t Minister Von Boetticher was throughUnterdorf up thesteps to the Oberland and government house where thofv er was made Governor ley read the clause In German agreement v Heligoland and the was hoisted beside standard with a combined salvo of one guns from the English arid seis Von Boetticher calledfor cheers the Queen cheersfor the Kaiser Von escorted Governor where at 4 oclock he tho war ship anjitl a lute from the English and Subsequently Von Boetticher grand dinner at the Kuerhaus BALFOUR ATTACKS Balfour in an address at Manchester to night declared that Gladstones insinuation that the Governineut had sacrificed the rights of the Protestant residents of to secure the favor oftbe Oathollo was wholly untrue and most barefaced attack from a sent Errlngton to Kome in 1881to enter into direct relations It was said Balfour one of the stances pT Gladstones in at tacking the Government through his Why asked the determined to repudiate eyery act of first fifty his life censure Government they followedhis pre cedent of betraying tho of PARIS Aug Staliettc the plication of the for a y4eaj probablyintending to puttiiig tliem in yOperatipa indefinitely adopted vexatious measures f against deraanding the independence Lslands Rented Cortes today merit promised Vt6 shiT ties Mr dinnerservjee consisting of v iij1 ji iin1 y siKXjns   

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