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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT O In the CJlty THE MOST KXTCN8IV In tho Rocky Mountain f 215 FROM THE CAPITAL SALT LAKE MORlsTSTG AUGUST 13 1S90 PRICE FIVE CE1STTS lie New Silver law docs Into Effect HEAVY OFFERS OF BULLION EXPECTED Tho Price Paid Will TNTot Bo Made lloport From Behring Female Su ft rage Tlxc Antiliottcry Bill WASHINGTON Aug afternoon V Quay offered a resolution to amend thorulos Iof tho Senate by providing first that dur ing tho present session the Sonato will take up for consideration no legislative business othtir than tho Tariff bill Lho general ap propriation bills bills relating to public buildings public lands and Sonato or concurrent resolutions socond that con sideration nt all other bills be postponed until next session and third that a vote on the Tariff bill and amendments thereto bo taken on tho of August with out further debate The resolution went ovor TflK ANTfnOTTKItV JltLL Tho House AnilLottery bill was favor ably reported to theSenate today with an amendment providing thatnowspapers pub lished in foreign countries shall not bo ex cluded from under Lho provisions of this bH uiliKtfin tho opinion of tho PoscmnsterConoral thoy being circu lated for tho purpose of advertising lottery schemes In of tho law Accom panying tho bill is a from tho AttornovOoncral giving his opinion upon tho other untlioltery bills boforo tho Committee Legislation of this character that Is designed to exclude newspapers con taining lottery advertisements from tho mails tho AttornoyGonoral baa bocri uphold by tho courts and it bQ settled tliat It Is competent for Congress to uiithorizo tho PostmasterGeneral to rofuse the usoof tho malls to any persons engaged tho business It is bollnvod on tno Eopublican side of tho Houso thata apodal order will bo made sottinK apart Saturday HOST for consideration of tho f AntiLottery bill Blair In of tho majority of tho members of tho Su flago Committee today reported favorably a proposed con utiuMil amondment to glvo women tho rlgbi of suffrage AN AriMOAT HEW MEXICO Tho Secretary of tho Interior today ro colvod a telegram from tho Governor of asking for to suppress White Cap outrages Tuloy TongueElrer Agency Montana George SCoolo Blackfoot agency Montana A IllBUHTNO SKA HtUOHT Secretary Tracy has received n report the rev stoiuior dated Port Alaska July Urd giving Oii of the cruise of thovessoi ljtosays tho failure of iu appear in their jjvasvxjfy noticoablo probabilities of tho companys scouring their quota ot skins bo expiration of tbo season WJM gravely doubted by many Captain Healey says ho discovered no evidence of traffic on thoAmorioancoast TUB StLVKIl IN Tho Trousury Department has practically completed arrangements for the execution of the now silver law which goes into effect The Bureau of Engraving and Printing has boon employed night and day on tho now treasury notes required by tho bill but so far tho printing has boon on fined to notes of tho denominations of and StOO Nlnotrfen million dollars In these notes wore turned over to Treasurer Hus tonitodav to rocolvo tho Impression of Troaaiiry seal without which thoy aro of no vatuo wore completed today and shipped to tho sub treasury at Now York for use In paytnont for silver to bo purchased tomorrow unutv tho terms of tho Department olvoular o August 1st Purchases nuulo elsewhere will be paid for hi drafts on tho urer iu that city until provision is made for supplying tho other sub treasuries with tno now notes Tho Department will purchase during the remainder of tho moath ounces of silver the amount ro qulrod under tho provisions of tho now law being for nineteen days It Is expected that tomorrow tho offerings will bo heavy In timations have bbfitt received from dealers of offers to the amount of about ounces Director Leech who will have charge of tho says that ho dooa proper to make public either tho tutcs Offered or accepted Ho will give out only tho amount THU TICKET AGENTS Throe Hundred of Them Attend tlio Denver Convention DKNVKR Aug Over throo hundred delegates to tho International Association of Railway Ticket Agents arrived herb early ibis morningin two special Union Paolflo trains They were mot at by the reception committee and escorted to th o hotels Tho local railroad men are doing ovoryUiim in their power to make tho visit of tho delegates as pleasant us possible and tho convention a sucoosfl Thw convention was called to order In tno Coliseum at 2 oclock this afrornopn by President Brown oC Cincinnati Passenger Agent 3 TV HooperpttheBiO Grando J trod ucofl Mayor Wolfe Londoner who wolcpmed thon to Denver on behalf o the olty IIo said that while they wore hero the town was thoirs and anything short of murder and arson would bo AttorneyGeneral Jones was then Intro duced and made a noat spooch on behalf of tho State Ho said bo would ugo to tbo Mayor one and whilothe delegates word in Colorado tho State was theirs r Several other speeches woro thirty seven now members mlttod Somo other routine transacted andithe oonvontlou adjournod to moot tomorrow rnonso parkii nllcs In length and before the wedding ceremony which occurs the latter purtof April ho will give u largo portion of those fair lands to his still fairer bride A It was at Copfold Hall that Miss Bruddou tho wellknown novelet wrote Audiey and it is hero that Lord Pctre will take his lady after tho honeymoon which is to bo spent on the continent Is over Tho now Lady Potro Is about 21 years old and is a pronounced blonde It was at tho Alharnbra that Lord Petro first saw and ad mired and then foil madly In love with her Lord Potro is saU by all who know him to bo a qsilot sensible Intelligent young man between 28 and ttO years Ho is dark with darkhalr and mustache and although a thoroughgoing man of the world ho is not credited with bolng a man of tho town in tho most vicious senso of the term At any rate ho Is maaly in lovo with his fiance and sho returns his affection A CHICAGO GIRLS VHIXE NEW YOKK Aug is reported hero on tho authority of a lottor from London that Miss tho daughter of Lostor Leitor of Chicago Is in England to bo mar ried to Sir Charles Hall thosoorotary of the Prince of Wales Miss Loiter who is one of tho iiKwt beautiful of American women bo sldos her fathers groat woalth has a groat fortune In her own right THE DAY IN CONGRESS AKOTHKU SKSSION IJEVOiJSD TO TABUfF Democratic SonatorH Fnrioun Over tho Proposition to Shut Oil iJi Protoctod Two Move American Girls AVho WllL Titles y LONDON Aug fTniBtmj Dis 1 Francisco Chronicle Tho ongagomont is announced pf Jennie Miss Williams is a bright little actress who made hcAlobot in San Francisco She made ail acting ln whpn produpod thixt ttf the Union Square Tnetor Var ietystagCv ShoVwas soon waa pfftOEng carrJd pate WASHINGTON Aug In tho Senate Halo reported back the ITouso bill to extend tho oensiiH law so as to require information to bo obtained from unincorporated oxprCHs companies and it was ptissod Edmunds from tho Judiciary Committee reported an amendment to the River and Harbor bill and explained that Its purpose watt to make It unlawful to obstruct tho navigation of any navigable waters in tho UnlUui States Laid on tho tablo and or dorod pi1 In tod Edmunds presented n motion for a change of tho ruloa by limiting dobaco on tho Tar ill1 bin Laid on the tablo and ordered printed lllair oflored u resolution for such a change oC rules as will permit tho previous qtiostlon to bo moved nftor tho proposition has boon considered two days The same disposition was made ol it Tho TarliV bill WHS thon taken up tho pending question bolng on Vests aniond mout offered yostorclny reducing tho duty on tin plutos cotits per pound to ono cont Mioiirosont rato Morgan resumed hla arKumont aicalnat tho Increase of duty pro vided In tho paragraph Alluding to Edriiutidss motion to omit de buto on other propositions of like character Morgan said that no Democratic Senator dohlred to prevent chn passage of tho bill They hud moraiy attempted to liavo n froo and full discussion which hud not taken place in tho Houso and which was choked off by tho of that body and their ad Danjolspoko of tbo proposed increase in duty iis linothor stop in the relentless and Inexorable wur in which tho Republican piirfiywas cngugod against tho agricultural ftwlpiodiioliiK olfissoti of tho country Eo fevrlug to tho proposition to limit debate tliat such a gagrule would be a to tho sad and tragic opm ody before tho Senate Those who sppko tho fanners woro to be gagged like Gulliver find woro to bo told to spoalc their ilvoinlnutes and go homo ho exclaimod yoii Amorlonu Sena tors U you canhonr such a suggestion with without Moody said ho was advised by tho major ity Of the Fltmnco Committee that an amendment was bo bo duty on and after tho 1st of January of 91 por oorit on black oxido of tin and on bar blook and pig tin and ho asked Aldrich whether that Was so Alclrloh assented to tho of the atntoniarit said there was no provision In the bill of inoni importance to tho pooplo of his own State and to a largo portion of tho peo plo of tho United States than the provision that would hupcjso a duty of four conts pound on metallic tin Within six years tho most extensive aud probably richest tin iiiliios In the world hud boon discovered in tho Black South Dakota and Wyo ming Not only was tin there but iron for tin plates and ooal out of which coke was mndo for fuel to work with Whatever he ooulddo to create or develop tho manufac turing industries of tho West ho would do Tho Tariff bill was laid usido temporarily and Allison reported back tho Houso bill to continue thu appropriations for support of tho Government and It went over till tomorrow After executive session the Senate ad House ASUIKOTON Aug The Oommlttoo oti reported a joint resolu tion extending until August 20th appropri atienaforsupporb of tbe Government not provided for In tho general appropriation bills alreadypassed Inspeaking of this resolution Rogers tho ruling tho Spoakor on tho point of order by him Tho Speakers only reply wusttwt tho attitude of tho Speaker toward cho gentleman from Arkansas hadboen con slsljeny with that of polite endurance of what can not bo holpod KopubUesin Tlib joint resolution was passed boforo tho passage thp rosolutlon Gannon explained that the appropriation Items of tho Sundry Civil bill hud boon agreed The only mattoi upon which there was still disagreo raoixtvras tho Itorn of loglsiatlon placed upon It by tho Senate which covered the arid land Irrigation system In of tho territory of the United Thlsi legislation wasof farreaching Importance and lid not belong to an appropriation bill it was this legislation that hud delayed the pasaagoof tho Sundry Civilebill Tioocssttry a further extension of ap projiriatloas On motion of Outohoon the Senate was nonconcurred In to the for tho establishment of tional park at tho battlefield of Ohicamaugai arid a conference was ordered The point of order was made by Roger of no quorum and a oallol the House failed to dlsolosbone On motion of a resolution was adopted for iiho arrest of the absentmem djourned Troops Tho natives of Yap ne Of UxeCaroline islands recently at unarmeddotachniontof theSpah ish garrlsou cutting wood in tho forest Of one itwonty wore killed and the rest es papcd Two bpat loads of troops were after wards gentto attack the natives but met vrithjwolr resistance that 00 ta tpirotiroi A manofwar ii now or scone Constitutional Covention conitltu V vat noon flouting Judge THE VETERANS ON PARADE The Streets of Boston Filled With Columns HARRISON AND HIS CABINET PRESENT Cheers for and Greatest Street Pageant Ever Wit nessed in Har risons Speeches BOSTON Aug day opened per fectly for tho Grand Army demonstration Light clouds suns rays The thermometer was at 67 at 0 si with a nice breozo It is estimated that strangers aro in thd Before 8 oclock the roar of cannon in tho harbor annnuncod MIO with Secretary Morton and General Sherman coming up tbo bay and half an hour another salute an nounced its arrival in the harbor Subse quently Tracy and Morton took seats on tho Presidential reviewing stand at Square and President Harrison breakfasted early Shortly boforo ObVclpok ho received tho Governor and State and tho party took carriages and rode over a portion of tho route of the vlow tho deco After the drive tho Lrcsidonb took a place on the reviewing stand During tho rido tho President was the recipient of many goodwill and respect from tho crowdstilongthe Meantime the fprmutlbn pf the great parade was avoruio The common adjacent woro blocked with hosts while many thousands of speotators witnessed the maneuvers tho public garden and evory other spot hithe neighborhood where space could buprocured TllK PAHAD10 Thoro was au unexpected delay in tho formation of tho column owing to tho iatc nossottho arrlvulvottho delegations and tho dillloulty iu massing solargo a force in such narrow Tho departments woro ranged on Commonwealth avenue in order of seniority Illinois leading and Massachusetts receiving department occupying tho loft of the lino At all was ready chief Algor witha full staff mounted men escorted by the OneTluncirod and Thir teenth Massachusetts Cavalry aud headed bv a corps mounted rode at tho head of tho Illinois The band struck up God bless the soldiers and at tho command of the tho greatest militarystreet ever witnessed in Boston began its At 11 oclock only six departments those of Illinois Wisconsin Pennsylvania Ohio New York and Connecticut hadVpassed out of Commonwealth avenue and it looked as though tho lastdepartment would not got off boforo latein the afternoon General Algor reviewing stand in Adams Square at was ex pected to theproces sion to pass a glveirpoint As oarly as 0 oclock thespace iuthe vicinity of0oseleySquare was densely crowded and tho possessors of tickets of at that point woro earlyJntheir seats The seats reserved for tho Presidential party wore to the left At 10 oclock a carriage droveup and General alighted ahdtook a seat rowAt tho strains of Hail to the Chief and rousing cheers announced tbo coming of the President anda few minutes later a car riage drawn by four horsesmovod up with Governor Brackott and iProsldont Harrison A second carriage Mor ton and May or Hart followed by carriages containing Sorotarios NobleProctor Tracy and Busk Private Secretary Halford Ad miral Ghorardi William MoKinley Henry Cabot General Sickles and prominont people Scarcely had the applause greeting the Presidential party subsided when there was flutter of excitepVont1which broke Into chaos as faco of MUS JOHN LOGAN appeared above the sea of upturned faces Mrs Logan was by Mrs Algor and Mrs McKcc The appoaruuco pf General Alger who rode a splritedVbay was the signal for rising by the President andCabinet As each deparfcrnonS came in front of tho stand colors woro dipped and bats raised and in many cheers wore givon for the Jerry corn lug in for tho ii sharp of attention when Wisconsin passed in review At p m iv squad of mounted police Immediately CommandcrIn Ohief Algors made their appearance at Adams Square and staff were roooiyofK ori tho Reviewing stand by Gonoral andj others Gonoral on the stand oclock Hardly had he taken positionvoWjtlie reviewing stand when the head came into stood side by sidesaluting column lifter columnas theypassed After tho long march which the veterans they braced themselves for Vgood as they passed their Commander family Section five of Chicagogave thefirst choer at the call of next Presi and they heartily Next came a call for Three General Butler WiscPnsin post and thoy will In fact the honors wore tho two throughout v vl1 MOn tho appearance of the Pennsyl vaniaposts with their till iTho It bqlloved will bo bfTcfitually vsettled syisteni Vaii thoiinPati acceptable TATJEBJBB rousing cheers parade was a series of oyatibnsvfor all the depart ments along Vthe thousands of patriotic was five hours a ad passing s r Viewed from the 1 parade was a magnificent Tlie grand arch at the of square decorated and qen tor of attraction especially bearing as it did a the battle of thp parade ap peared in sight of an d at the the air respurifl ed wa tli cheer upon ohoer and Gtfnoral Algor In sight ho deafeningap plause Theprocession Was amaghificent spectaole march reaching algli t line your Interest and your friendliness and to bid you good AT MECHANICS HALL After the iddress the President and mem bers of the Cabinet with Admiral Gherardi and staff retired and proceeded to tho re ception in thu Mechanics Building At least 15 000 people availed themselves of the opportunity to see and hoar the tinguisned persons who were announced to bo present at the joint reception of the Grand Army and Womans Eelief Corps in Mechanics Hall Upon the platform wore Mrs Annie Wittenmeyer National president of the Womans Relief Corps Miss Clara Barton president of tlie Red OrossAssocUitioivund many others Shortly after 0 oclock Gonoral Algor arrived followed soon after by General Sherman General Sherman was aniong the first speakers Just as he concluded his remarks the Presidential party reached tho hall Mrs Whittenmeyer thon spoke on behalf of tho Womans Relief Corps She outlined the work of the General Alger wns the next called upon Ho thanked tho city and its officers for the courtesy extended Following General Al ger tbo Prcsidant was introduced as Com rade Harrison President of the United and was greeted with tremendous applause The President said Mr Chairman and Gentlemen of the Grand Army of tlie I bad impressions both pleasurable and painful as 1 looked upon the great proocssioabf veterans which swept through tho streets of this historic capital today Pleasurable in contempla tion of so faces of those who shared together the perils and glories cf tbo groat struggle for union sensations of a mourn ful sort as I thought how seldom we should meet again As I have stood in tho groat National camotory ao as I saw those silent battalions of tiio I have thought how swiftly the reaper is doing his and how soon the scattered cemeteries of tho land tlic ashes of all the soldiers of tho great shall be gathered to honored and yot I could not help but feel that sturdy tread of those battalions thor61iwas yet strength of heart and limb and it would not bo withheld if a present should confront the Nation that I thought it altogether proper thiit I should take a bdeC furlough from official duties to mingle with today as a comrade because every Presidentmust realize that the strength of the Government Its defense in war tho army is to mus ter under its banner when our nation isaa sallocl is to bo foundhero in tbo masses of our A On closing tbo President left at onceann took tlie midnight Washington There were loud calls ViceProsidqot Morton and sifter considerable persuasion he was inducod to say a few This closed the speochmaking and the hall was quickly cleared THE SJATS CONVENTIONS r DELAWARE DEMOCRATS DENOUNCE ThE JKJLEOTION BILL The Farmers Predominate in tho rour Gubernatorial in California v A UTAH RASCAL ABROAD As DOVER Aug the State clay con fcreiico washcld at which wore present Thoiiisis F Bayard Stbckley Robert most gubernatorial candidate and a few other party leaders Tho indications are tliat Reynolds be nominated for Governor and Causey for Congress The con vontlon was called to order ut 1 p in Tho usual committees ware ap pointed with Bayard as chairman of tho on platform Tho committees retired to mako up their report p Governor Charles C chosen permanenti chairman at 2 p m The plat form was adopted amid croat applause Tho platform arraigns tho Republican administration and Congress f or reckless expenditure denounces the actiouof the Republican majority in Congress in tho tho adoption of rules designed to cripple tho essential powers oC self government and pave tho way for arbitrary legislation con demns the substitution for tho high discre tion of the House of the will and power of one man protests against the Force bill and declares tho enactment of a measure so atrocious would deprive the States of local self government and that the people of Delaware indignantly resent theUieasuro and Insult of bayonets polls denounces the McKinley Tariff which increases taxation while it lessens oho revenues strangles commerce buhances the cost of living and production obstructs enterprises of tho employment of mechanics and navigators and piles new burdens with out obtaining for the farmer a wider market fora single product 4 i THE TBXASDEMOCKATS SAN ANIONIO Aug Democratic Conventionmot this morning with 2000 delegates present The delega tions as a whole have a decidedly rural sap pearanco the farmer element predominat ing Theday wasspent in choosingtem porary and permanent officers The plat form is a strong denouncing the exorbitant tariff the Federal Election bill and tho of the United States Courts A plank was Inserted demanding separaterailway coaches for whites atopy blacks The supporters of General for Governor aro majority 7 The e quet tonightjitij PrpsidehtvHjirrlson and IT Af ber a af the snstrOf eti ftwjtrffiffiv r SV ij Gall TheRepub lican State Convention 2 oclock to day J O Campbell was elected tonipprary chairman and Frank Ryan temporary sep rotary Chairman Campbell appointed the usual committees which thejcprivop tion adjourned until 10 oclock tpjmprrow Four leading candidates for Governor are Y Markham Congressman Mor row General Ohipman and N WoodBiver Idaho Special to The i northbound train builthe River branch ran into some mprninginear Eagora twenty V niiles of Shoshone Fourcars wore nobody was hurt The track was badly torn up for Tho to made up to go to thp relief of 3elay eel passengers the Manitoba afioV North Wester ay telegraphed tho in an ager of the company at IPortage Prairie reply that the weather one degree rbst inithe no damage even the most escaping wiis tiKe had ruined the Manitoba r and1 the Northwest One of Our Citizens Goes to Jail at Washington AN OMAHA BURGLAR SURPRISED The Destroyer ofDomestic Peace Is Pilled with Bird Scrimmage in a Colorado Crimi nal Record WASHINGTON Aug to TRIB Robert Enbullis the citizen of Utah who was recently arrested on a charge of false pretenses In connection with the al leged sale of a railway motor and acquitted was roarrested today by Deputy Marshal Joyce and Detective Carter Ho was ar rested on a warrant issued by Justice Bundy based on a legal paper received from Utah where a warrant wasissued by the United States Court charging him with obtaining 250 from J B Francis in Salt Lako City The prisoner was taken boforo Justice Bundy where Gcorgo Turner identified him andbo was committed to await the sitting of the Court Chief Justice Blngham will probably hear the case to morrow PRODUCED THE GUN OMAHA Aug unknown burglar was very neatly trapped when ho attempted to enter the houso of E F Wangle of Thirtyeighth and Oummings streets yesterday Mary Sullivan the hired girl was alono in the houso at tho timo and the man who was masked presented a revolver at her head urid ordered her to show him where the family jewels wore She conducted him into another opened a drawer in a instead of getting tho jewels seixed a revolver and pointing it at tho Intruders head compelled him to surren der his weapon and leave the house A FIGHT SANCTUM TRINIDAD Aug Boshoor managing editor of tho Advertiser and his private secrerary Seymour Worden had a hand to hand encounter in their office this ftflieruoon Beshoalis largely interested in coal lauds around Trinidad aud claims that Wprdon has for aconsideration given away important matters connected with the manner m which the doctor secured his title to certain lands The noise attracted the attention of occupants of the other rooms and they were separated BotliTvero covered with blood The doctor struck Wordcn over the head a number of times Inflicting severe scalp wounds while ho himself was badly bruised Wordcn was taken to the Southern Hotel and his wounds dressed Hehad two bad cuts ovor the loft eye one severe contusion temple and another one behind tho left ear Warrants and both were arrested fc5r assaultand disturb ingthe peace Worden he has anything but intimates that he could if ho BILLED WITH BIRD Aug 12 Special to have picked and cut shot Thompsons city hospital and have located others The patient has an even chanceto recover John Woollens a fruit merchant shot Thompson firing at him threetimes a scatter gun aud scoring puco The range was from twenty feet to eighty Thompson had parted Woollens and his wife at tho faithlessspouaogoingto New York This Woollens learned of his false friends presence in the city through his son and hadthe lad tell Thomp son that his mother wanted to soe him The bait was promptly nabbed and Thompson was warmly received by Woollens tho latter being in wait at ypRGED HIS GRANDPAS NAME LOTJisviJCjXi7s Aug A report reached hero today from Chica gb to the effect that W Humo Clay a young lumber merchant of Paris Ky had myste riouslydisappeared Tonight a report conies from Paris to the effect that several protested notes had turned up and said that young Hume name ofhis grandfatherfor many thousands of Collars also said that the total amount of shortage may reach AWIVE MUUD35HEE LYNCHED ViCKSBUiiG Sloan colored Lako Plantation called his wife to of the cabin shot her through the heart The woman in her arms at tho time aud it shot through the body escaped but was capturedlater and started Bunder a guard to nearest As he has not been heard believed that tho enraged neigh bora lynched THE WORLDS SITE Engineer Olmsteads Report Upon the Jackson Park Location GHICAGO Aug Tho Worlds Fair directory tonight received a report from Frederick Law the engineer brought froni Boston to ascertain whsitspace could be available for the exposition buildings at Jackson Park without interfer ing with parkpurposes reported that the ground examined by him wbuld be adapted only for such buildings as be removed af ter the r Furthermore tho he wbrild bo unsuitable for ttie livestock exhibit or for showing cultural implements in Olm stead explains that the Jackson swampy aud that utilize more than acres floor spacoVfor even temporary buildings wouldseribiisly Interfere with the of thevPark Commission for a pef Tmanent leyee and vitli to resist the encroachment of take Michi it give satisfactory hails for and for objects asare included in whatis generaUy tlie main they suitable for an agricultural After the Directors tbeni that Olnisteads report had given Jackson Park1 a soientific It Is announced tile fair within a s hold a speoialimeeting to consider the gradually justified language Tanner thereupon shouted at the top of his voice Matthews is tho meanest and lowest skunk that over sat on the Treasury The Chairman called upon Dr Tannor to withdraw tho exprcsiions and apologize Dr Tanner at first refused to do so xinloss Matthews also apologized but finally made an apology AX INDIAN SCARE Canadian Indians Order Fishermen to Vacate Garden Island i Aug telegram from Rat Portage Ontario tonight says tnat Canadian Indians have taken possession of Garden Island inLake of the Woods and have ordered the fishing companies to va cate within four days Tho principal company Is tho Baltimore Packing Company which have branch houses in Douver Ogden Salt Lako City and other places Tho Governor has boon appealed to to send troops which will probably bo sent tomorrow Tho companys managers hero fear that tho Indians mayin addition to destroying fishing plan to massacre tho men in charge It is not yet known what caused tho uprising THE STRIKERS ARE HOPEFUL BUT THE OFFICIALS SAY THE STRIKE IS OVEK Now York Central Trains Kxinnlns as Usual Tho Company Charged With ViolatingIts Agreements NETT YORK Aug tho Grand Cen tral deppt this morning there no longer existed oven the semblance of a strike Passenger arecoming and going with all tho appearance of usual regularity A telegram to the general manager from Syracuse says thatorder has boon fully restored tliero and trains are running without interruption This ho said ended tho strike Arrangements aro being com pleted to run ViccPrcsldont Webb said tho road had all tho men it needed now Reports from along tho Now York Central Railroad indicate that tho strike is practically at an cud Passen ger trains aro running on timo between hero and Albany this morning tho delay west of thero is unimportant All trains aro now leaving the Grand Central depot exactly on and the incoming trains aro only slightly delayed Freight traffic has been practically resumed and the blockade of cars is being rapidly raised Tho loaders of the strike are still defiant and talk mysteriously about a move to be mado which will allow them to retire from the fight with flying colors upon tho basis of a compromise with tho railroad oflicials COOTIDKNCH OF THE STRIKERS Notwithstanding thestatements of tho oflicials of tho New York Central that the backbone of the strike is broken and the apparent belief of the these asser tions thestrikers themselves are still confident that ttie crisis has not yet been and beforethe strike is over this road will be tied up as tight as a drum This belief was strengthened by speeches mado at a meotiiig of over six hundred strikers this afternoon When Master Workman LOG was asked this afternoon tho reason ho told reporters that tho firemen would go out saidthat he had every believe tho firemen in the Grand Central depot would goout We are on very friendly terms with the engineers and IstllJ said Lee that they will Reports road at the meeting showed that onlyone or two desertions from the ranks of the strikers had taken placeso far Re1 ports fromtowns alom the line stated that tho strikers are ashopefulas they were Friday night This running of trains on schedule said one of tbo leaders of thestrike Is all bosh I tell you that nota train has been switched yet They are sent out as they cornein without regard to have Aniericaris Calls yicePresident Webb was able to leave hisoffice and go home this evening at a reasonableihour forthe first time since Fri day night Ho said itwas his first strike he hoped it would bo his last Webb was asked to describe the situ it was all right so far as train service was concerned may expect for the next two weeks spasins of outbreaks goiug on at different points That is what they alltell me A lot of disgruntled men will be around and out of tho service I suppose they will make a little trouble here and tliero at isolated points and we have got to bo prepared for it We will keep up the Pinkerton guards as long as it is thought necessary I should think the num ber of how men who have gone to work on the road is 300 and the men who came out from General Superintendent Voorhees said the loss to the company in the freight depart mentwas comparatively small Jlisidca was to gotthe passenger first before startingup the freight Or STATEMENT following will appearin this weeks Journal of the Knights of Labor On of mis leading reportsmade public concerning the Now York Central and Its employees District presented the fol lowing explanation of the situation Last November employed In train service on the New York Central presented a petition to the company requestingpay for all timeIn excess of twelve hours per day at the rate ofwages they irerc receiv ing at that meniwcije willin to perform twelve hours work for one days fairminded person will concede is than a laboring man be required The company in response to the demand entered into an agreement to pay the men for all overtime of at a slight reductiqnipn pfwajes paid by theday which agreement was signed by President Oliauncby Depcw and lived up to for two months and theu the When thecommittee pi employees waited officers of the corporation at that timeto why tjlie agreement was hotlived they were coolly informed that the agreement was obnoxious to the companyrinasmuih as they tho ofllcers did not realize atthetime of the amount was going to cost Another agreement corpora tion with was also ruthlessly The through its give preference in line work or promotion on the principle of seniority wh en the sen ibr i n the service was competent to perform required two agree ments the company has hasnbw Itsservice some of its oiaestandmbst experienced men Tbe real in theiactthatlthe men are union y charges of colluslonbotweeuDepew to clear but the being based uppn7the went abroad Salvator Shows Tenny How Fast He Can Run THE SWAYBACK BEATEN SIX LENGTHS Twenty Thousand People See the Eastern Pet Again Defeated by the California Mon tana Races Some Good Ball Games MONMOUTO PARK Aug weather was magnificent and tho track in good shape Tho attendance was Tho lodostono tliat attracted all these persons was tho Champion and Junior Champion Stakes Seven won My Fellow second Bill Wood third Time Junior Champion Shakos Strathmoath won Sallio McClelland second Potomac Timo Champion Stakes rnllo and starters wore Salvator und Tonny SaVvator is tho champion Ho won that titlo in a fair and square contest wUh Tenny tho only horso on tho American turf that has any right TO dispute tho titlo with him and lio did it in such a decisive stylo there cau now bo no question whatever of bis superi ority From tho start to within three fur longs of homo it was a pretty aud even raco All of a sudden Murphy commenced to ride Salvator and tho shout wont up Tonny Is beaten It was true Tenny had to acknowledge defeat Tho fractional timo of tho race is as fol lows Quarter 2sK half three quar ters mile mile and a lialft This victory settles decisively tho ques tion of tho relative merits of Salvator and Tenny and while the latter Is a groat nurse ho will to occupy n secondary position whenever Salvator Is mentioned Twoyearold maidens six Bella Colt won Vanity second third Time Mile and a won Erlo second Sluggard third Time Threoyaarolds and upwards Gray Dawn won Arab second Sam Wood third Time TRIBUSBS SPKCIAL ACCOUNT With tho sun ehfning brightly and the track in fair condition throngs of people were early on hand at Monmouth aud from tho anxious expression on many faces it looked as if some oiios Ufa wore to Jbe run for Thousands of and jostled ono another In their eagerness to get to the betting ring to put up their rwady on their favorite The first taoe was called alter a short delay at post Caldwell dropped his flagf and oiiJtbeycamo Watterson a 20 to 1 shot jitie start to the stretch With Bell wood restwho were well bunched JEritorJng Wattcrson was seen to fallxback and Fellow Bollwood began a struggle for tho first place hut they were not to have it all their own way forout of the ruck coming liko a den shot from a gun ho passed thetwpileadersTahd wpii race fianaVSpith My Fellow secondhand Bell good third V Handicap Sweepstakes each with S1000 SipO to third furlongs Merlden firsV My Fellow second Bcllwood third Time Tho second rape was tho attractipnjof the day nineteen starter After a long delay at tho post they wore sent away and a better start oould hardly bo had All the ticker brought At thequarter Am bulance load with and Siir plus third Surplus then made his v passing Potomac collared and thoy bad it neck and ceck to the halt rest lead by Sorcerer were comingalldnV bunch and act a length away theyen tered tho itretch Ambulance SurpluB were still fighting It out neck and behind them there bad change Potomac who had fallen backto now came up under struggling mass behind him two fprrnjj iff seen to emerge and the wings of some phantom and Sallie tbp V stretch neck and the flying leaders Like broke loose from the leash theyv ran nothing could overcome Gf speed for Ambulance and Surplusare overtaken and stop ment to watch the flying Clelland pressing closely to his naddle girths v and Potomac answering the cut of the yhlp v and still coming gamely on 1n the sltion buthe had shot his and It was useless to try to catch Tliey were running free and lashing against their heaving sides the lead thus landing for B Morris some and tho good colt he SalJiO McClelland must share the honors with if sho Bad not boon pocketed pii tho far tiirn she would have been victor She si eel and it is to bo regretted that she lost thu race she so gamely contested Potomac tho tip of the talent was third champion stakes for twoyearolds each with added S2000 to tp third threefourths of ftnilleClosed Aug ust 15 3880 with 313 subscribers Strath meath first Sallie McClelland socoiid Poto mac third Time Strathmeath is a bay foaled in 1888 by of Flower of His first race the5 Jersey Central stakes he In a field of sixteen Eclipse His sec onfi start the at tbo New York Jockey Club Spring MeetIng he ran second two lengths behind Dr brouck threefourths ofamile in At on pyer the Futurity course about threerfourthsof mile in 25 making a It and from Fairy Am balance the second to Russell who covered the in 15 with has well up each time and always Ingood too Sallie Jpt Red and Blue arid has won a v Y As soon race over with a rush was made tbto v only twoto face the Champion and of if seemed afraid of and Here again weights and fir again tore each hats favorite even Tenny must have he was beaten
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