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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING AUGUST UTAH THURSDAjY THE MOST EXTENSIV1 In the Rocfcy Mountai PKICE 1TVE CEISTTS 701 236 LEECHS PECULIAR POLICY Jfhat Is laid for Silver Must Not Be Revealed ESTERDAYS BULLION PURCHASES Three Hundred Ounces AcceptedTeller fntro a Silver Blair3 Prohibition Tlie President Returns American laborer would rather pay ono a cent for a tin can bearing the stamp if the American than ha a cent foi one boarins tho stamp of tho British lion The Tariff bill was laid aside Informally and the confcronoc report on the Indian Appropriation bill presented and agreed to Plumb from tho Committee on Appropri ations reported a joint resolution for tbo relief of distltutlon in Oklahoma and saia that he would ask action upon it tom or House bill making an appropriation for additional clerical force in the Pension Offlcn was taken from the calendar and vari ous amendments reported by the Commit tee ou Appropriations agreed to and the bill passed After executive session the Senate adjourned LAKE TrcnrnNK rl Fourteenth WA8HINOTOS Allff The first sales of silver bullion undo the new law were made today to the Treasury t Nine hundred thousand Coffered and three hundred and thousand accepted AH the price paid by tho Government proved Director Leach was w siosomoiithocl as a darn and absolutely ro Euscd tho information This excessive desire to protect the Oov trnrnont from speculation by from the people any knowledge of the price puid for silver under the law Is very 1 Uly upon the Treasury Department solution will bo offered in Congress trt the Secretary of Treasury for the infor amUon required and It is scarcely prob ibio that It can bo denied The on Military Affairs of the BonttUJ rtocidod today to report favorably MiorlBhtofway to the fialt Lake Street ftailway Company over tho Fort Douglas reservation Bulllsof Utah has boon turned Dvor to Hugh Turner by tho court on A ro aulsltlon charging him with obtaining nnclor false protonsos He will start at once or Salt Lako Or TUB DKtAnCMKNT Aug House WASHINGTON Aug tho House the conference report on tho Fortification Ap propriation bill was presented and alter Cutciicoii called up the Senate joint reso lution Lieutenant Colonel oor bin United States Army to accept a posi tion In the Worlds Columbian Exposition Tho resolution wits opposed by Rogers jar fiuhur Tlendorson and Dunnoll The HOUHOrefused S7 to 07 to order the resolu tion to a third read The Speaker laid before tho House the Senate bill for tho relief of Nat McKay and the executors of Donald McKay who seek J M compensation for work done upon monitors Springer raised tho point of order that the bill must be considered in Committee of tho Thospoaker overruled tho point of order and Sprlnjrer appealed On sustaining tho decision of tho Chair tho vote stood Yeas A call of the GBAID ARMY STATISTICS Jcarly a Balf Millibn Veterans Be long to the Order GENERAL ALGERS ANNUAL ADDRESS He Talks About Pensions and a Grant Veasey Elected ler Creates a for the Next Encampment BOSTON Aug convention of the 24th National Encampment of the G A R came to order In Music Hall at 11 oclock Prayer was offered by Past Chief Chaplain JOS nays no quorum House disclosed a hare quorum which dis appeared when tho vote recurred on sus taining tho Speaker THE CHICKASAAV ELECTION Polling Tho Bovormnont which may have hry tho Department today under the cli Mint this afternoon out the following statomoiit In rujjiud thSirtfor with tho all there to say aboui It frquaw Men Run 1laces of Their Own T Aug News Is re cclvfldhttroof tho Chlclcasaw election from Oakland a polling place In Plokons county that ovoryUilus passed oil quietly there Tlie polls wore opened early in tho morning by lie Full IHoocl party and tho first a w man who attempted to vote was refused tho privilege Other squaw men made tho xamu attempt Ud rnefc with the same oxporionou The 100 In niunher hold a caucus and were addressed by George Indian agent who ad vised poaooful measures and instructed to put up a poll of their own Ho told thorn that lie would recognize their judges so tnr us certifying to tho re turns went The squaw men acted upon his ndvlco and erected a poll at which all white mori voted Close by was the Indian poll and everyone with Chickasaw blood In him voted there Moauwhilo Governor Byrds militia Indian police and tho United States shal stood guard and no kind occurred Tho that this quotation I Orleans Mints ounces He J declined absolutely anyrt In regard to tho price paid U was Hnvovcr from that thop ur rlmsea wore afrutos in ho hondoti fll and its New 01 k MiulSont and tlfttt the offers agKro jtiicd nearly one million on noon v A NEW MKASlTRK Introduood a new Silver Ml In the fihntio of an ainontlmftnt to tho bill u fl B onti throe clol nr no dollar gold pieces ancUhreo cen n M ploofs Tho bill rrom tho j rose any1 principally In that it monthly coinage of jf sliver Into standard dollars strikes out 1 o ovlsion that the rate of coinage shall io until July t 1801 away with to jssuocl payment for bullion either In gold or llveraml provides free of 1lver when tho market price of trains roaches one dollar nAllHJSON IUSTURN8 The President and party returned to Washington this evening A TEMPKKANCli1 AMENDMENT nialr today reported favorably from the on nit oo on Tdudatlon and Labor the rolTroSSitlon mtroduoedUy lilnj ruopos h an amendment to the ConstlbutUjnto fuvortho nrohlblMon In thn United th manufacture exporta Uon transportation and sale ot nil ftlco aollc liquors used as beverages and Mar dlsturbanoo of vote at Uio HCiuaw mens poll exceeded tho Indian Sam Paul is sure to bo Governor If the squaw mens votes are counted Most of the Indians voted for Governor Ryrd but a few cast ballots for Paul The news from Tlshtimingo Is to tho of foci that bloodshed was also prevented there by the orocUon of a separate poll Tho In dian vote in Tisharnlngo county Is larger than the white vote Tho plan Of squaw men la to contest tho election and carrythoir roturnsto the Indian Court If the Indian Court nrijudgos tho squaw men to bo then thoy must bo clfilwms of the United HtatOH and assuch they will appeal to the FederalCourt which will then de cide as to whether they areUnited States elUwnis or not and thus finally decide tho question Commanderinchief Algerthen delivered his annual address He congratulated his hearers ou celebrating the twentyfifth an niversary of tho end of the rebellion in the historic city known as the Cradleof Liber Ho delivered warm words of welcome to General Sherman Ho reported the con dition of the organization as excellent The total membership borne on tlio rolls is SHO against ayoart ago Alter re ferring to tho disappointment in tho ranica that Congress had not passed the service pension bill the speaker continued Much misapprehension exists irn concerning tho disabllltrblH rTthis 7th 1SOO By a careful reading law and official explanation of it it will no seen that no matter what a mans manual oondltlon may be na abled from labor lie is entitled to a Doing first physical necessarily in second thsit proof of such be made upon certificate from hispljysiulan wlbhoiJt tho testimony of his f or comrades bhouici any rnembor of this receive permanent injury result of his ownvicious would be ontIUecTiU a pension jusI to our even have not given us all try on earth Is or over 1ms boon nearly so generous to its Concorning mouuniont trenora Anordinaryplain vault on the banks of tho Hudsonmarks tho rostint place of our groat Is no creditable olthor njitlon There should tbis Government to the mem ory of this memorial building Hiich as will bo tho whole people not a shaft not a a monumenta structure such as has not been built in thi or any other to which every citizen within tho domains of this great land can refer wlfch n committee of flvo lie appointed by this on oarnpmenl whosortiiLiesshall accord ance withtheforegoing and employed t soliclfe aid fromthogenoralGoverument and L The address was frequontex prosslons of approval The reports of Adjn tantGeneral of Dcbroi Taylor o Philadelphia wore They were p not the habits no Let us be thonKh they weasked No conn THE U P PUESIBENT THE TIN An Ap Carlisle Dcoa pcnl in tbo W Aug tho Senate the House amendments to the Somuo bill to dopt regulations to prevent collisions at and to amend tho act relative to ship Ding commissioners was concurred In A resolution was agreed to directing tho Secretary of tho Navy to Investigate the alleged counterfeit stamp test at the stool XDlnnt for United States naval vessels at the hlnden Steel Works tMttsburjj The Senate then proceeded to tho oonald nrntlon of ONOOUtlvo business offered by Edmunds debate on the aarlft hill WAS rbfbrrod to tho Commltto on Rules Ulftlnos1 authorizing a pro vision for tho previous questiontook tho Rviio direction on his own motion ThoQuay resolution arnong other ihlnKs for a vote on the Tariffbill on u o h of also referred to tho after a statomout to obivthathe understood the resolution to I Itrf application and to include ihVVivfv and Harbor bill ouutrerod an amendment so as to In wlullo thotodorul Election bill amongthe to be taken vvp present session niM on The llouso joint resolution provisions of the existing laws providing r the temporary expenditures of tho Gov onimont to tho 29tb of August was taken up was then taken up the ponding uuostloh being on Vests amendi offeredMonday rdduclng the duty p th plates from cents to 1 cent por pound Gray continued his argument in of the amendment Carlisle took partla the nir thf statements made that the quau1 tin Plato anrmally imported Into the States was tons costing and the production of that in this country would give tor 10 SoSSSmenVsstd that ho of the wages which those receive under those of the was spettfliv e other half going for material and each one of the workmen would magnificent sum 83833 pen paldln If His FourDivision Policy Adams Steps Down OMAHA to Tiun to a story printed in the Bee this evening President Adams of tho Union Pacific road holds his position by a very uncertain tenure and la liable to bo forced to resign within tho next twelve months According to this story ho is fast losing his influence with tho Boston capital ists of whom Frederick Ames is tho ono who has boon supporting him all along Tho trouble It is said originated from tho separation of tho Union Pacific system Into four divisions which required four sots of general officers and clerks creating conflict ingmanagement interests and Increasing enormously This plan which was tried without success by tho Northern rnolflc has proven a failure on tho Union Paoltlo and this everyone admits but Mr Adams because his position depends on tho Outcome of the policy If Ib can finally bo made a success without bankrupting the road he will man but If as pre dicted It off goes his head TO SALT LAKE o desire S the past but ho wanted the onest debt it having depreciated currency rioted ft this debt and prfcod that the would f the kind they Ho said no more y o light nent of uited action by outh would do anythng o gain their McKlnley of Ohio the next speaker differed from General Butler who has ust said that in a money point 3f view the soldiers made a baa Sargafn Vhe J they fought for SlG a month n depreciated currency amid nn DEPEW IS DISTURBED But He Will Venture So Opinion Con cerning the Strike THE CENTRAL BLOCKADE IS RAISED An Assembly of Knights Surrender Their Charter and Go to Work Strikes and Tieups on Other Lines Go Out last Today bill ods Garth claimed liand the most unjust sonsiderabe excitement Mayor ben continued Major William Warner ind General Sickles were the last speakers THE WOMANS RELIEF BOSTON Aug annualcon entlon of the National Woman s Belief orps was opened in Treinont Temple this norning with Mrs Annie donal president in the chair v neyer in her annual address stated Jio membership of tbo corps was that a reserve fundpi the hands of tho treasurers of local corps and that the charity work of theyear unounted to over In the absence of Mrs Charity Rusk riiip past national president tho gold adgevoted her by the Encampment was presented to her father 1Br In reply Secretary Kusk saidthat the prosperity of the G A depended upon the efforts of the Womans Belief Is a member of the National Pension Jx an interesting account of the Nurses now pending in Congress V vote of thanks was given Mrs Algor for cooperation with her husbandIn aiding W R C work i 1HK NAVAL VETERANS SESSION The annual convention of tlie National Association of Naval Veterans opened this morning A resolution by that we pledge ourselves Vn and as an association to use all honorable means in our power to develop and strengthen the navy and urge upon uon gruss liberal legislation in its behalf waa adopted TUB MATMED VRTEIlANS A meeting of the United States Maimed SoldiersLeague was held this afternoon about sixty members being present every DUO ofwhom had lost an arm or rcportcd that there wore now 11 veterans of the Hebellion who had a leg or an arm 1000 of whom were totally disabled Tho object of the leaeuevis pri marily to secure GUATEMALAS LAST HOPE V IAlTTJCR THE WITH THIS THE INNSBRUCK Austria Aug Francisco Chronicle Ohauncey Depew will take no hand In tho Central strike unless it becomes vory serious Depew arrived at Innsbruck by carriage last night after a drive across the Tyrol mountains from OberAroroergau Ho didnt hear of tho strike till late Wednesday night after seeing tbo Passion Play His dispatch said Strike practically It did not say what caused the strike or what stops tho Central was taking to overcome it A New York World man told Depow that the situation was very serious that Vanderbllt had declined to arbitrate and asked him his opinion of such a course Deuow was obviously much disturbed and first refused to discuss the matter ati a11 Finally ho said I have uo full oihcial formation about the strike My advices say it has spent it force I havo unlimited confidence in tho wisdom and justice of my issoulates who aro probably dealing with the as i should do if 1 were iherb Theqiieatlon of management of any company in Its appointments and operat on is a matter of vital importance to its policy uul successful administration It cannot e surrendered up to any Irresponsible MmmiUeo or to arbitration without such sacrifice of executive power as would brin its authority into contempt and make administration a failure 0ho alleged grievances of the Central employees per taining to labor or wages whether pre sented by petition or a committee of em ees always receives immediate atten it has always been our policy never to deal with committees nor employees of this Depew positively refused to say for publication Your correspondent has interviewed him dozens of never before saw him so determined to keep stilt He shirks all immediate connection with the strike and seemed surprised when I told him that the Knights of Labor had cabled him asking his personal interven tion Ho said tho message had nevor reached him but even it it should ho would probably refer the knights to tho active of the road who have full authority inhis absence Ho should resent any at tempt to involve him unless his associates called upon him Text bf tho Kecenfc Central Gloomy Prospect Allznor is Bauqjuottcd for cansidenaiou Referred to Com Tho Railway Ticket Agents Com pleto Their Iiabors DENVER Ajijc tp convention of ticket agents completed their work this morning and adjourned at noon s me During thesession but little business of Importance was except the election of officers tw Mr Henry Lihon ot St Louis president GeojgoK Smith of Columbus Ohio flrsb vicepresident S B Thompson of Florida second vicepresident uud B of Denver thivd vicepresident Mr Carrol was roolootod secretary as was Vonewian trojisurar St Paul was choseu iustheplaco ot holding tho next annual meeting The delegates will remain in Colorado visiting various places ofinterest duringtho remainder of tho week and on to Salt Lako Olty i routlnocharactbr t Inspector th order growing and work Ing earnestlyand further ing tho grand objects for which it wa organised Ho presented a table showln that tbo number of pbstsin tho Grand Arm June 30 1800 was 5038 number of corn rados in good standing in the posts inspected to Juno UO of posts in spected 5010 numbcrfif posts not inspected 1051 total expendedfor charity amount remaining in relief fund S475350 Tho report ot SurgeonGeneral Porter roconmonded that Inspectors bo required to as to thoir knowlodgo of thedepartment matters poitainlugt0the orgunizitlon the care of destitute and heboy The Pension the report says should harmonize with the natural history of all disability contracted the victim is in tho service of States and in tho lino of duty andwhich the result of his own vicious habits OFFICERS At the afternoon session officers wore elected tbo principal portions to the East in as itie claimed by some of tho plan to give to the West throe successive years Detroit in Topoka in 1S03 In 1S9K Tho roll was called and tho representatives of each State had an opportunity to name their choice Cali fornia presented a re tired oiticorof the regular anny outnominatod GorioralSiWheelock G Veasy and Maine nomination Indiana and Ohio their support to General Alvin S Hovey Montana sup ported Sraedburk andMinnesota Idaho and Iowa expressed a preference for Hovey New York Pennsylvania Rhode Island Tennessee Texas andUVermont supported supported Colonel Veasey Utah Virginia and Alaska wanted Colonel Smedburg and Illinois was tho last State to respond for Colonel As the rollcall ended Col onel Smodburg and General Hovey withdrew their names Thisaction was greeted with great By a unanimous vote Colo nel Voasey was declared elected us Cora iminderinOhlef 0ol Voasoy acceptedi the honor in a brief Brotherhood is authority for the following are all ordered out by order Reed is division chief of tie Brotherhood The strike was ordered by Sargent general chief of tho Firemen s Brotherhood It is understoodthat the order applies to New York Central and West Shore roads and it is reportea that the firemen on tho latter have struck and tho road is tied up It may extend to other roads tonight VicePresident Webb was 1u Albany late this afternoon After a hurried consulta tion with the officials Oon tral office lie returned at once to JSew IOTK No hour has been fixed for the firemen to go out Three carloads of Pinkerton men nave just left tho depot to protect nununion men in the West Albany yards Serious trouble is anticipated THE riNKEHTOXS STONED Tbe strike which has lasted since Friday at West Albany Is raised two freight trains which had bwen lying at EastAlbany wore first to cross the upper railroad bridge after the closing of tho draw which stood open since the strike be gun Several other trains nil passed through the yards and over the bridge Pinkerton detectives in the first train were stoned as they passed through the lumber district and three of thorn received bruises Later in a meloo an attempt of the Pinkertons to clear the crowd of people from the bridge one of tho spectators was severely hurt by being struck with a club in tho hands of one of tho Pinkortons One of tho detectives was nlsp hurt Iho Pinkerton men had no authority to disturb tho spectators as tho bridge is a public Tho men who went on the strike in tho Delaware Hudson yards today HP pointed a committee who waited upon Superintendent Hammond and have been in consultation all day On emerging tho men said the company would not knowingly handle Contral freight Tt is suspected that tho men will resume work in the DKTKOIT Aug executive board of tho Knights of Labor assembled here in secret session at 2 oclock this afternoon and at 11 p m aro still in conferenco General Master Workman Powdcrly was interviewed tonight on tho New York Contra strike Ho said the going out of tlio Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen as announced in to days dispatches was scarcely a surprise as bo had every to bolievo that such would bo tho result before leaving the kast Tlio action of the tiremen was purely vol untary It was lust light as that of tho Knights of Labor Will you say something regarding the responsibility for this extensive railway strike and tho consequent inconvenience to tho general public Whore men are dismissed and thrown out of lumps which aggre gate from fifty to sixty as wns tbc case with the NowYork Central ami West Shore lines it is pretty conclusive evidence that there must bo something radically wrong with tho boro this very unjust and undesirable condi tion of affairs until it became evi dent that it would ho better to be knocked down altogether than to ho dropped jn detail Tho railroad people brought on the Depow went to avoidparticipation in tlio im SAVIORS OF THE COUNTRY Old and New Parties Convene De clare and Nominate OHIO FARMERS MEET AND ORGANIZE Thi California Republicans Nomi nate Colonel for Gover Texas Democrats Put Up Mr Republicans En dorse Dubois Id a Aug to received severe Blngham County Eopubli which fouowca convention selected ten delegates t CITY orGuATEMATjA Aup ClwonWv A groat sensation was caused the receipt of a notice that the Salvadorians intended stopping the steamer bringing to Guatemala Scfioi Gotta from Panama Oottuis an agent of tho French hanks wltli whom a loan was his arrival hangs tho last hope for through him itIs expected that Barillas hopes to tide over his financial straits sit least for tho present to bo able to raise money enough off tho troops The lack of funds has caused great suffering in tho army It is said that the conditions under which General will sign any treaty of peace is that Barillas from the country or that when ever found TEXT OF THE RECENT THIS AT NEW YORK Aug The Guatemalan ConsulGeneral herefur nishes tho following text of the between Guatemala OosU and Honduras 1 The Inchcontracting parties hind to tho legalregime in Salvador as soon as thalreRime be restored in conformity with the const tulion existing before tho oyeats which took place SSiid of J uno of tins year also stipulate that adisarmaraciitof the armies of Guntcnmla Honduras is to toko place us soon as the defacto government of Costa Rica has tutional government be baiu armies are to be reduced to a 3 Tho separation of Kzotn from power in Sal A JOT a uns he did not anticipate and expected to take Depew frankly admitted that ho might nave plenty fo say Ifin his ofliceir engaged n the thick of the fight but he should not risk an interview 4000 miles away and give tho loaders of the strike an opportunity to pervert anything he might say In a manner which might associates I cannot what mischief if might do pondinK difficulties Powderly said Pcpew was very diploma tic that the wholesale ho said A single expression of opinion by mo at this period might not only interrupt the negotiations of tho Contial office ibr settlement but possibly brim aroo demanding such separation Ruarantoe ing him life and property and freedom to thj complete pncificatlon nit Salvador request ofthe tepitimate government e necessary that the coutnujtinff Bopub hos should olTerassistance thoy do so in the manner and form most convenient alwavs sub to the prosent stipulations of thodiplomatic bodyresiding ia Guatemala guaranteeing oom OKcilys Funeral V BOSTON Aug funeral of John OEoily occurred from Sbi Marys Ohurch Oharlestown Vast quantldlcs of costly floral oiTeringa lined tho church Great crowds of people were unable to galu ad missionto the church The services con ofrequiem high mass Tlte IntoVment was at Calvary cemetery Carriers Convention BOSTON annuul cbn vShlloh Of Aksbciation of LofctoiCarriers of the TJnitod States oogari liore Generai Supbrlutondbnt of Delfvery Butot of Washlugton syoke and I and promising to use Ills influence for the two Street Anxiety n Government would outlined by v dovelopmonfjis Nextin order was selection of a can didate for senior vlcocbnimaiiderinehiof and It being considered air office winch out of courtesy Massachusetts the matter was from that State Tho Klchard T Tobin was uresented as thoir unanimous GeorgeP Creamer ofrBaltimore was unanimously electee junior vicocomman dor Thbrpmainderofthe officers will he tilcoted tonKirroW General surrendered the chair to Miller who in brief that oncamp motion pre vailed by xuiariimous vote THE tnter stato nois Oth Ho wasiVadauted from Davt isono of thenrwentBoiirdpf also i ALAl iivn V ijJl wntrnoting as the immediate of tho reestablishment fi oqnstitutioiia rprdervin Salvador that ampleand shall he dOcreed to all who have in revolutionnrv events in any manner v 6 It s agreed that when peace isrestored the Governmeirts herein represented shall continue their peaceable affairs relative to the Central Amerioiin Union in accordance with the agree ment entered into at Salvador on the 07t0Thesffipnlati6ns shall he submitted to the eonsideration of the Government of Honduras lor its acceptance deems it convenient IHE PEACE LA bri the frontier are Suspended pending the of about complications which would result in a great rail waystrike throughout America Depcws course 3s apparent by the way he is rushing through Eu rope Ho left here for Vcrn and will sleep tomorrow Sight at Lucerne meanwhile having spent five hours in Venice two hours at Milan and Sawed through tho St Gothard tunnel Thursday heroes to Hamburg Clarence Sewardtravels with him THE SITUATION UNCHANGED NEW YOBK Aug Press 1 strike situation remains practically unchanged excepting that the officials claim it is improved They say the running of trains has resumed normal condition Freight teaini will be more regularly moved today XHli BTjQOKAPE RAISED No blockade exists anywhere in the net work of tracks in the big yards and the cars are now standing on the proper side tracks ready to be coupled up for outgoing trains which are handled by the tram dis patchers without any delay and with but verv little inconvenience Meetings were held this afternoon by local assemblies They claimed that everything was In their favor and very little switching was being done The rumor that the West Shore Railroad s tied up on account ofthe engineers going oufrhas been found false At the Grand Centraldepot all are atwoik No strike of engineersis liable to happen on either road The strikers took heart today thentheyheard of thestrikes on the Dela ware Canal Companys lines and AN UNCONDITIONATj SORRENDEB Superintendent Voorhees this evening said he had received a report n the I afternoon that indicated unconditional the part of the Labor of the Harlem division He had received a message last evening informing him that a committee had just waited on Superintendent Worcester and informed him that Local Assembly No 1705 located atDover had surrendered their charter IUs confirmed by a dressed to B Lee and signed N L Fenny The strikers no conditions They say are ready for any dis Depew raayhaveleftiho1 country to ayoid going on record in connection with the troubles SAEGKNT DIDNT ORBSH IT TERHK HAUTK Aug Grand Master of the Brotherhood of Loco motive left at noori for Cleveland moot whether or in corineotibn with the strike is known Na tional headquarters here the positive state ment is made that liehad not ordered tho firemen tostrike When seen by an As sociatedPress reporter yesterday Sargent snid it was out of tho question for tho can Convention selected ten delegates to tho state convention at Boise City on the twentieth They passed resolutions en dorsing the administration of President Harrison the position of tho Republican party on the load silver and tho Mormon questions which merit tho approval of tho citizens of Blngham county regardless of party and that tho continued opposition of the Democratic party to thcso interests which are vital to our prosperity should receive tho condemnation of all good citizens that to tho Republican party Is duo the gift of Statehood that tho persis tent opposition to our people and of State hood by the Democratic party has forfeited all just claims for support of the citizens of Blngham county endorses past work of of Dubois in behalf of Idahos best Interests and declares him entitled to the highest position in tho the people Judge Sweet was recognized and the dale gates to tho State convention instructed to support him for Congress T11K MAINE CASIPAIGK AUGUSTA Aug Associated A full meeting of the Repub lican State Committee was held last evening Man ley and said it was tho unanimous vote of tho committee that the campaign bo very short and that public speaking would ho confined to the Hst two weeks of tho Manley said Blaino would take no part in the cam paign so far as speaking was concerned THE SOUTH CAKOLIISA NOMINATIONS OOMWHIA S Aug Tho Demo cratic State convention for tho purpose ot deciding whether the State officers he norni nated by the convention or primary plan met today XHB OHIO FARMERS ORGANIZE COLUMBUS Aug Four hundred and fifty farmers met hero in State con vention in response to a call by prominent agriculturists to take action to waxd presenting their to Congresi and Legislature There is a strong Brotherhood to engage case stood in the strike as tho WAGES IN MEXICO Eighteen yesterday mediations of Nicaragua and Noajrreement has asyet and the prospect is The American Minister and the Thetis received an enthusiastic at San a banquet n in their honor by PrcsidentlEzcta departed today for Aoaiutla where awaits en route for San lose Guatemala confidential agent and arid Costa niiiiecUhem and will make Gnatemalan restoration of peace f One o The Return ttp will stay the km YORK European tikin on Mormons listed bcautiiful scv rcgimopt lie war on scVbn pents a Day Is All the Peons Require CHICAGO Aug Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle erect of D W Grubbs exmayor of Indianapolis isa prominent feature at the Palmer House Mr Grubb has in Mexico for seven years having conducteda bank in the mining district of Paral Chi buabuai during that time no had some thing about Immigration Mexico has always encouraged immigra tion remarkedColonel Grubb but in the case of the proposednegro exodus from the United States tbe Mexican press opposed it at every point This country has enough cheap labor It contends and does not want any more Capital will be welcome but of negroes the countryhas enough You see even the colored men and women from tho South cannot compete with peon labor If I had my papers here I could show you a letter from a representative Mexican in which be contendsthat the peons are paid enough when get 18 cents a day The writer observes that all they want is 0 cents for beans 3 cents for corn 3 cents for candles and 0 cents for clothing and support of their families This letter was written bv the owner ofone largest haciendas or plantations arid was intended in good j MINING IS CHINA oirort to keep the movement out of political The liody is composed of vr carried thirty 6f of the thirtyfive counties on delegates Much confusion occurred throueh the nomination of temporary objecting prbposerby the chairman executive committee The Tillmanites finally elected W J Holbert chairman of the convention and took a recess The resolutions set forth that the farmers r must take a new departureand henceforth be a factor in politics The quest on wat whether this could he best accomplished byv tho formation of a party or iby making their influence felt intthe control tho existing parties It Is tho sense of thlt v convention that they should the latter Their aim should V bo to ffive direction to the action of th political parties so as to encourage and protect interests of The address concluded Wo favor of Government control of telegraph lines as to rates and charges unlimited coinage of silver legal tender for all debts public the election of United States opular vote the f orf of all un earned land grants protection by popular vote earned land gra products from tho ruinous competition of i H adulterated products the passiigo of a nullifying tho eJTectof the original package wan siibmltted known as the a at the have One XJUCVj OIJ 1 position tlie company may see fit to malte ol them and are ready at once Vobrhees replied to Worcester directing him to employ fow and twelve brakemen the1 balancd to report GrandCentral depot v DELAWARE HUDSON ALB ANY Aug Delaware Hudson switchmen and brakemen gone out and tbe road is tieduj hundred and fifty Central men were sent to Albany at 11 oclock to move ireicht for the New York V Theswitchmeii and laborers in Hudson yirds quit this after noon1 The railroad men say theydo not Svtbe cause The report Brakemen gone out pronounced untrue One of vthe companys officers Says tbe number of strikers will not exceed men theydetected the Delaware Hudson offlcia5sendeavoringito York Central a promise made to the districtsis They say extend J V The Emperor Will Allow a Quartz Mill to Be Erected OmOAGOi Aug Dispatch San Chronicle rnonthg otdiploraatic work several China men have succeeded1 In obtaining the con sent of the to establish a stampmillatfa quartz mine in Chicagowill supply of machinery forthe enterprise the first of its character tobe attempted in the Celes tial Sing Eow and Tom Ping Ohewhave the city for some arrangements for the transportation of the machinery a Chicago engi neer to superintend the It was known that valuable quartz deposits exifct in SangTonfcbut refused to allow worked Two hun dred and twcntyTeight yearsago during the relgn Hi n immense quan tity of gold the rock by the primitive ineans at He Row has secoretT a good A plan Of organization providing that it should bo knowa a Farmers Union of the Statelet Ohio H Ellis of Warren was elfected t TIIK 7 SACRAMENTO CaL llcan roet u The platform adopted declares that for thirty years tho Republican party hasjiucr oessfully conducted the Nation performinc deeds of BtatewoaMhipi military achievement upon the brightest pagei It favors legislation tending controversies relative of labor declares the free publkv free ourse of latlon the eighthour law and the enact ment of stringent laws Against pools trThplatform declares of agricultural and other industries of country they endorse the action of the publSn Members of sage of what is known as the Silver bill The platform denounces the manner in St Democratic party a freeballot in many of the States and insists the Fourteenth amendment shall far us it is within the power of the Government to effect that Before the vote could bo g announced tot Governor a motion SS ot Colonel Henry Markham be made unanimous anddt was carried were niade Lieutenant Sddick of San H ate Justices R C I ganizedja stock icom prospectus to theEmperor at The offer of a tenth of the profits of the concern induced the v rglye 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