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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING or In tfce City Combinftd THE WOST EXTENSIV1 In tlio Rocky Mountain Region VOL 216 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FBIDAY AUGUST PRICE FIVE LEAD CONSIDERED SAFE An Overdose of Reciprocity the Only Danger Apprehended tEEGH ON THE PRICE OF SILVER Ho Says the Administration Not a Bear in tho Silver MarketrA New tlnconipahffro BiHThe General Grant Resolution and Wubasb accepted Jt in new form also did all the lake lines No action was taken in regard to tho objections that have been urged against too bill of lading but the permanent Commit tee on Uniform Bill of Lading was Instructed to make their report at the earliest possible day This practically settled the fight over the uniform bill of lading The amendment makes it negotiable paper and the bankers Tvlll 110 longer refuse to advance money on Jt THE KENTUCKIANS MOURN of TwentyFive Thousand Barrels Good Whisky Destroyed Lotus Aug Twentyfive thousand barrels of burning whisky at the A LAKE TJIJBUNH BTTBEATT 511 Fourteenth Street D Aug paragraphs of the Tariff remain to bo considered before the lead ore item can bo reached The Senato IH still debat ing paragraph 180 The lead ore Item ia numbered 103 Between the tin plate para graph now being dismissed and that relat ing to lead are tho cutlery and copper par agraphs each of which will certainly evoke protracted debate On this account it is Impossible to make any definite prediction as to ttio day when tho load oro dobato bo opened It may bo within a week or two weeks It may not bo for a much longer period Democratic obstruction is anun certain quantity but oven Democratic ob Btruotion may yield to tho soothing allure ments of a Republican agreement not to taico up theFcdonil Election bill at this session ft cannot bo ascertained that tho smelt In combine IH making serious inroads in the KopubJIcan ranks Senators Aldrloh Toiler Stowart Paddock and other Western Senators assure mo that tho lead oro paragraph cannot bo changed Each and all aro confident that the minors victories In tho House and In the Finance Oornmitteo have settled the question The danger apprehended is a possible stampede whon tlio reciprocity plan is and the mythical advantages of an exchange of agricultural products for M ox loan load oro arc urged upon the Sonato This is tho liopo of tho jayhuwkors smelt ing combine but 1 dont beliovo that It is well grounded rrilSt GOVKTllSMTCNT NOT A BTCAR WASHINGTON Aug Director of tho Mint ajua this afvttrrioou that ho expected to purchase ounoos of silver and ox poots also to pay a trifle rnoro than the London market rate for it Ko defended thy policy of refusing to make public the exact prJco the Department pays for sllvor Tho prices paid for silver havenever boon outdo public heretofore so thoro was no now departure in tho matter ho con tinued noattempt on Part ot tho Treasury Department to buy silver choap or to boar down piloos Tho Govern ment will pay the full market price and will buy amonth if It is to bo luid administration desires to ace tho price of silver and there will bo no attempt In tho execution of the now law to throw obstacles In fcho A ktiWUtfOOMlAHClKK HI Perkins today reported favorably to tho House a bill to change tho boundaries of tho Tho Indian Affairs Hays tho bill has boon prepared to moot theobjections reported Ijy the President who vetoed tho Sonato bill and In Its opinion is reasonable and fair to ftU TUB ORANT RESOLUTION Ropresoatatlvo ONoll of Pennsylvania today reported to tho Houso from the Oom nil Wee on Library tho Sonato concurrent resolution requesting tho President to con vey to tho widow of General Grant tho de sire of Congress that tho remains of Genoral Grant be removed to Arlington National Cemotory Tho Committee reported tho resolution favorably thoy say it as a simple expression of tho universal ot tho people of tho United States NOMINATIONS Abram Now York Assistant At provided by Act of July 1SOO Samuel W Allobaugh postmaster White Sulphur Springs Montana THE INDIAN 1AHTV WINS An Exciting Election Day Among the WYNWOOD I Aug runner ar rived oarly this morning after traveling fifty miles from Stonewall Oo roportsthat a row was narrowly averted ab that place and hostilities only prevented by tho superior forces at tho command of Govornor Byrd who so overawed tho disfranchised whites that after some display of arms thoy prudently withdrew Stonewall was tho largest voting place and was tho center of Interest in tho election Both oondldatos for Governor Sam Paul and William Byfd wore at tho polls all day Each had ft largo number of mon at his back Pauls supporters were disfranchised whites while the full bloods ami most of tho halfbreeds wore for Byrd The also had 114 militia under his pay Everybody was heavily armed and whon tho polls opened matters locked serious brought his fflilltla to tho polls forming acircle about It squaw man wasrefused tho privilege of votr fng and retired The whites gathered their forces and for a tlmo it looked as if they meant Byrd with his militia stood firm and tho whites suolng that they would bo worsted in a fight loft and Byrd and his militia ran things to suit themselves and ovon prevented Indians from voting whom thoy knew were for Paul Tho result whs 106 for Byrd 0 forPaul and 15 lor JJurrts Independent Enough is known to assure Byrds election and tho success of tho sooalled Indian party but tho election is bound to bo contested Kentucky Distillery today caused one of the most disastrous fires that ever visited Louisville A rough estimate made at noon while tho flames wore still roaring fnrlonriy placed tho total loss at fully Tho flames caught from a lamp to a leaking whisky barrel Tho distillery property consisted of an immense distillery containing machinery for the manufacture of whisky extending back from tho street 250 fuot and three stories in night Adjourning it were two largo warehouses whore tho stock of of whisky was all totally consumed Fully Insured It was three oclock before tho firemen got control and this was not until the immense warehouse and dsstlllory proper the cattl shods slaughter house and porkpacking establishment of Conrad Siclor adjoining wbru completely destroyed Tho Pork Pack ing Companys loss will bo Tho total loss to tho Kentucky Distillery Com pany Is estimated at This is Irre spective of tho loss to the Government in unpaid taxes 00 cents per gallon which will amount making the total loss by tho flro not much less than The insurance is roughly placed at ANOTHER TIN PLATE DAY PLUMB ADVOCATES A BOUNTY IN STEAD OF A DUTY He Thinks the of Tin Plato Will Prove an Kxponsivo Honno Without a Quorum THE RAILROADS GIVE IN A Modification of tho ObjcctibViktjlo Bill of CHICAGO Aug The shippers out thoUnited States have gained ovortbo railroads in receiving a modifica tion of the uniform bill of lading con made by tho carriers cdnsIsWln striking out tho words not1 against which the chief complaint WAS made Ata meeting of a joinfc committee of the Trunk Lino and Central Trafllo Associations and representatives of tho lake and railroad which was held in this city today the Subjectwas fully discussed in of tbo objections of the commercial tiowsof the Some roads tihreat V onod to discoutinuo the use of tho new bll of lading unless It WHS adopted by all the WASHINGTON Aug the Sonato tho Tariff bill was taken up tho ponding ques tion being ou Yosts amendment to reduce tho duty on tin plato Mitchell addressed In defense of tho high protective System AM ii policy to which tho Republican party stanua committed He discussed in detail and generally in terms of commendation tho bill as reported by the Finance Committee qualifying his commendation however on tho sugar ques tion and expressing tho opinion that the provisions of tho Houso bill on that point worepreferable to those recommended by tii o Finance Committee Tlumb gavo notice of an amendment he would offer to strike out the pro vJslon Imposing a duty on tin plato and adding a provision to pay to tho manufnc ttirmflof tin platemade In the United States abounty of 1 oont por pound lie expressed groat douht us to the ofloct of the tho Finance Committee He doubted very much thut it would porma introduce into this country tho maruifaoturo of tin plates in quantities sufllolent for domestic consumption Ho had no doubt that In tlmo if tho manufacture of tin plates were uponIn this country ono of tho re sults woull be to reduce the price but ho did not li iid Inthe present situation any ground for a reasonable presumption that Miorowoutd bo in ono live years or ton years enough tin plato made in tho Unltod States to moot tho local demand Ho was willing to bog ofT and to ask those mon who wore now preparing to manufacture tin plate not to oxorolso tho power which thoy hud got in the and not to foroo an Increased duty on all tinware xisod In tho country on ovory tin cup on ovory tin phito and coffeepot and on every yard of tinroofing In tho United States and Instead of an increased duty to take a bounty of one oont por pound or two cents if necessary If thoy were reasonable men thoy ought to ho willing to do that After considerable debate a vote was taken and Vests amendment was rejected Plumb offered the amendment of which ho had given strike out tho clause imposing a duty of cents por pound on tin tho other part of the proposition as to a bounty but unally withdrew It and offered another making the duty on tin plato 1 cent por pound and providing a bounty of 1 cent per pound ou tin plato manufactured in the United States Without action on the amendment the Soiiato adjourned House Aug tho House the first business in ordrfr was a vote ou sustain ing the decision of tho chair overruling tho point of order made by Springer that tho MoKayRelief bill must bo considered in Committee of The 114 nays Speaker counting a quorum DThe Houso then resumed or theMcKay bill It was soon found that no quorum was present and tho Houso ad journed DEATH IN THE SOUDAN Pate of Throe Presbyter ian Missionaries Aug Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle was received In this city yesterday of tho deaths of M Gates B Kingman and John E Jadorqulst Presbyterian missionaries in the Soudan Thoy woro murdered by Arabs beyond the simple annouuoe their tragic end have reachec America Gates and his all from NOW Jersey carno to New York and met their brother missionaries all bound for the Soudan Among tho party wore King roan JohnE Jadorqulst Royco Ooddlngton F M Gates Mrs E JCingman Miss Jennie Dick and James All theso missionaries were young and full of enterprise Thoy know that no Christian teacher hud over returned from the Soudan but they felt a special call to labor there They were not sent ou by any church or missionary n favor of the Grand Trunk Grape Crop NAUVOO 111 Aug Dispatch Francisco Otronicle grea Oirop of 1890 in Nauvoo consists 0 grapes The product will any year heretofore A number of new acres will come into bearing this season fo the first time aud largoquantities of the fruit shipped to points north anc west Arrangemjjnts are beinjj made tc manufacture wine Sprayinf the vines witharsenical poisons to preyen prrr ia causing m uny deaths cin army oii the Salyadprlan i It i appears d ifflcult to arrange between and SalTador th t act iniaobordrithf the dlplomatlo cor psv DUBOiS WILL BE SENATOR Shonp for Governor and Sweet does to Congress DAHQS TICKET PRACTICALLY MADE UP A Gratifying Unanimity of Senti Independent La bor Discuss the Election Bill From a Party Stand and Nomina tions BOISE CITY Aug to been hold in iveral counties of the Spate and the result n each has boon practically the same Ada eing tho only Bingharu Logan nd Ada elected Con The delegates from BIngham and lOgan favor Governor and Sweet or Congress Kootenai Shoshone Elrnoro JBoise and iatah selected delegates to the State Con tention and also nominated county and egislatlvo candidates All of those coun ics favor Governor Sweet for longress and Dubois Kootenai and Boiso instructed their legislative lominoos for Dubois other ooun Jos bad conventions today and ho most of them will be held by Saturday The indications all point o the same result Shoup will bo nomin ated by acclamation for and woot for in fact thcwo is no opposing candidate1 tygainst either The sentiment ia equally strong for Dubois for Senator Ada county is Boise City delegation statingthat1 theyare for Dubois for Congress amiopposed to Shoup for Gov ernor on tho ground that thoy favor him for Senator TheyVhavo been able to find a candidate forGovernor and it is not known who the county delegates of county six of the olovon seem to be in harmony with the balance of the State and iro for Shoup forGovernor and Sweet for Jougress and Dubois for Senator There appears be a reluctance in the various Ountics to state whom thoy favor for the other Senator but the stfongMindercurrent is for Shoup providing he leads the party to victory favors McConnell and Duboisfor Senators and Shoshone Olap pott and Dubois MONTANAS INDKPENDICNT LABORERS Aug to State of the Independent Labor party after a two days session finished its labors this evening A lengthy platformwas W T Fields a locomotive engineer by trade of Livingston was for Congress and R Livingston of was to the St Louis National Dabor Tiiefnew party will not place a full ticket ia the field this fall Tho platform starts out to arraign the old parties It reasserts fealty to and firm faith in the perpetuity of the Ameri can union of believes Congress should bo tho guardianof our public do main and should regulate commerce and coinage All public lands shouldbo hold as homes settlersand all lands already granted and riotearned by a just constructionofthe Jawsgranting the same be declared forfeited and revert again to the people demand of laws prohibiting alienownership of lands and requests Congress to take early action for the of lands now hold by and foreign syndicates injustice to tho poor law that requires him to thoroughly establish the nonrniinoral char acter of lands that he may wish to acquire title to and corporations to aoquiro patent andpermanent right to vast tracts of land upon tho more report of ft civil engineer proposes to prohibit tho aggressions of of tho poor andtho protection of the miners and that a 11 money bo Issued direct totho people without the in tervention of National opposes the present tariff or any other system of taxa alion that protectstho rich and Oppresses the poor and demands revision as shall not discriminate the producing classes as tholaboringclasses are com polled to offer their labors to the free trade market of the Gold and silver should bo footing before the law therefore they demand unrestricted silver tlieGiovernfnent shall ob tain possession bypuroliase under the right of eminent domain railroads tele graphs and telephones believes in the Australian that all existing beneficial laborlaws be rigidly vonforced demands enforcement of all1 laws against alien contract labors de nounces the polioy taxing a man for what he owes man a mortgage onhis farm from having to pay taxes on he does not owe TRE TLOIlIDAyDEMpCIlATS Aug Democratic State Convention mefryesterday ExGoy ernorW B Blqxhamrwas nominated for Comptroller ExLieutenant Governor M H Mabray fort Justice ofthe Supreme Court The platform denounces the Force bill recognizes Sub a crying necessity of the National farmers portance that it should be passed at once If is remarks brought out sharp retorts from several opponents of the bill The discussion showed that there was a greater number of Senators than had been generally supposed who for one reason and another arc willing to adjourn without the Election bill being voted upon The num ber of these Senators is placed at fifteen Finally about half past ten au adjourn ment was proposed and finally forced by a minority vote A DEMOCRATIC SPfcET COLUMBIA S Aug the Demo cratic Convention this morning a resolution was adopted declaring that the debt of South Carolina is now recognized as a public obligation of primary importance A new constitution was adopted and a plan of primary election at this years election for delegates to the State Nominating Conven tion was Upon this action the delegations from Charleston Beaufort and Suniter composing the anti Bilmanites withdrew formed con vention elected Hon George Lambhurst chairman chose an executive committee to prepare an address to the people and took In the regular convention the old execo tive committee was deposed and T L Meirly of Laurens was elected chairman The con vention sine dit HAVEN FOR JUSTICE SACRAMENTO Aug Repub lican convention this morning nominated Congressman J I DeHaven of Humboidt Associate Justice of the Supreme Court for the short term The convention nominated for Secretary of State E G Waite of Alaraccla lor fatate Comptroller E P Colgan Sonoma The convention adjourned stun die after the nomination of W W Morrow and J 0 Campbell for Congressmonatlargo TARIFF DEBATES AT COUNTY WASHINGTON Aug Republican Congressional Committee completed that organization this afternoon Thomas li Carter of Montana was elected secretary of the committee and Edward C OBrien of New York treasurer After the September next Tames A Olarkson of Iowa will participate actively of the campaign as a representative of the Republican National Committee Stops will be taken tohave the subject of Tarlll Reform discussed at various county fairs in New York State where itis will be joint discussions with representatives of the Free Trade League HOYD ITOB GOVERNOR OMAHA Aug State Democratic Convention tonight nominated James Boyd of Omaha for Governor ACROSS THE SAHARA COLLAPSE OF THE STRIKE Trains Moving as Usual on the New York Central THE MEN RETURNS TO THEIR WORK The Delaware Hudson Trouble Knights Say the Strike Is Not De mands Arbitration NEW YOftK Aug Webb of the Now York Central said this morning that tho only delay incident to tho strike was at East Albany Everywhere else things were moving as usual Webb did not put much faith In the rumor that the flremen would bo called out and tho strike on the Delaware and Hudson ho re garded as a small matter easily settled Local Assembly 1705 Knights of Labor of Dovers Plains denied today the truth of the report that the assembly had disbanded Leo affirmed today that everything was progressing satisfactorily and the men were as determined as ever STRIKERS REPORT FOR DUTY1 ALBANY Aug 14 Manager Young of the Delaware Hudson this THE FRENCH UNDERTAKEA GIGAN TIC RAILWAY PROJECT Stanley Endorses the French Chemical Czar for Welsh Strikes Tho officers have been on his track two years Tho man has been tne husband of at east nine wives one of whom mysteri ously disappeared Ho will bo taken to Portland for trial A CirX TKEASURKRS SHORTAGE TERKE HAUTE Aug connec tion with an exposure of tho shortage of ex City Treasurer Fltzpatrick the Express to morrow will say Tho Finance Committee of tho City Coun cil engaged in going over the books of City Treasurer Fiupatrick for his last term of wo years has a shortage of 59400 and a suit will bo Immediately brought against the bondsmen to recover tho amount A resolution will be introduced at tho next council meeting to investigate his first term as information now warrants a belief that there may be a liko amount short MURDERED HIS WIFE LINCOLN Aug North Plattc this evening Ed Newman fatally shot his wife and theii suicided Tho only cause known is that the woman wont to a show the night previous against the wishes of her IN A MEXICAN JAIL TWO NEW RECORDS MADE Bob Thomas Runs the Mile in Hurdle JYKQSURE WINS THE ORAN6E STAKE And Breaks the Record for Seven Eighths of a Hamlin Saratoga Baseball Hecord PARIS Aug Francisco Series 1jIt is now stated on fairly good authority that the ment has decided cither tobuiiava Saliara railroadItself or to guarantee the company that will be bold enough toj attempt that commercial enterprise else gigantic irrtheline of haiia popular w 1th andno less than three compahies are now struggling for the in the service of humanity on thesands Of desert Al 1 these their partisans inthe chambers and that fact is embarrassing tho Cabinet and may load the Government to cast private capital and undertake tho work TtTB BRITISH LONDON Aug workmen Inthe Parnell quarries at Wloklow have The strikers attacked the Sam uel Mr Parnells frightened Mrs lying Parnell threatens to close the quarries if the tinues prospect of a termination ortoe strike in AValos seems as Trade continues paralyzed throughout coal vales of Olamorganshire and Mon mouthshire while fresh suspensions of work are daily recorded in the Rhonda district Soresolute are the colliers in the stand they have takenin support of not a locomotive has been sent through for a week Tho residents are leaving and every conceivable vehicle that can be used as a conveyance is put under requisition the Rhiemney line near Cardill1 this morn ing three signal boxes were set on fire and burned The fire caused great excitement and additional police have been called for A FRENCH PAHIS Aug chemical in which is monopolized the trado in chemicals has beendefinitely formed Tho union has a capital of 000 and proposes the daily production of tons of bleaching tons of caustic soda and tons of other alkalies BIDOTS GOOD Henry Stanley has surprised the French men by expressing fcho opinion that Klbot made a good bargain in the AngloFrench agreement Stanley believes thathd Salis bury known Nigritia bettor he wouldYcnot have signed the plauds the scheme for a transSaharan railway and thinks tKe road will more than francs aud can be built In ten years THE EMPEROB SAILS Aug with Emperor William on cb night for Russia A MAGNIFICENT ENDOWMENT KepublicaniSenatoriarcaucus tonight wasthe most aud was a yery1 v Quay and Camerdn and strongly presented1 Election bill the an early aparty stancl poiht1 Aldrioh side of those who spokesman for the eiiibarrasst weighing all considerationsinfdecid 1 Twenty Million DolJars for a New York University NEW YORK Aug morrow will say there Is a that if carried out will give New institution rival The establishment of a National slty in this city with an endowment outset of twenty million dollars is From afriend ofPresident Rockefeller the Standard Oil Trust arid Rey Dr McT was learned that dream of a greatBaptist inthis city seems about to be vV jOhblerain SAN FHAKCISCO steamship Citv of Pekin arrived with Japanese advices The cholera epidemicia rapidly 303 casesVand 179 deaths have reported kiten ChQleraisialso reported at hama aud 6ther Japanese cities At killing eight persons and mortally wpiyijiihg four more besides Injuringseveral others He was finally morning said Nearly all who were out have reported for duty They said how ever that they could not go to work until they received orders from their committee who are in consultation with the leaders oi the Central strike Unless they go to work at noon their places will be tilled by other employees of the company now on tho way hero from various points along the road The Employees of the Delaware Hud son are only organized between here and Troy and there is uo fear of a general tie Two hundred pinkerton men part of them armed with Winchesters took possession of theWesv Albany freight yards this morn ing New hands in suiHcient numbers to operate the yards went to work to move the freight No violence is anticipated The yard men who went out on the strike on Tihe Delaware Hudson at this point have returned to work Thoy seemed sat isfied that their suspicions that the D fe II was knowingly handling Central freight unjustified THE NEW M15N CArTDUKD Master Workman Lee claims to bo satis fled with the condition of things in New York and this vicinity He said the Contra road is having a hard time in tho endeavor to raise the freight blockade at West Al banyThe strikers got hold of the men who came from Chicago and Boston yester day with tho result that thismorning fortytwo experienced western railroad men whowere to be put at work at West Albany refused to go to work In conver sation with half a dozen men who came on from Chicago it was learned that many monhad boen under contract with the Central for weeks before the strike was de clared SARGENT AND ARTHUR ITST Aug Associated Press dispatch from Albiiny yesterday stated that Grand MusterSargent had ordered out theNew York Central ireinen Sargent arrived hero this morn ing from was intercepted fay an Associated Press reporter When told that he was expected Cleveland to arbi trate the strike question on New York Central ho said Ihave come to Cleve land to meet a committee of our men from Youngstowri to consider questions of busi ness relative to the My trip has nothing to do with the strike on the New York GrandMaster T M Arthur of the Brotherhood of Engineers is also hero and both are stopping at the same hotel This seems significant Arthur chief of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers says positively that his organization will not take any part whatever in the strike and does not believe the firemen will cither THE BUFFALO KNIGHTS BUFFALO Aug The Knights of Labor held a sesssion hero this afternoon and state that by tomorrow noon the Central will find out that the strike is not over Tho walls of the depot bears a lot of freshly made signs similar to those that appeared tho night before the strike A gen meeting is called for tonight DEMAND ARBITRATION DETROIT Aug executive board of the Knights of Labor suddenly resolved today to finish their labors in New York and Startedfor that city tonight In a speech before an assemblage of Knights of Labor Powderly said that he and his comrades were going to New York to demand arbitration in the matter of tho New arid Hudson Eiver Bail road strike IKON MOULDERS THBJSATEN A STRIKE Aug strike among the iron moulders in Chicago and was nearly precipitated yesterday by a firm receivingand casting a pan for a quartz mill on an order from San Francisco Secretary Healy of the Trades and Labor Assembly arida member ofthe Moulders Union saidtoday that a strike in evitably result were the foundries to accept orders from San Fraucisco as a strike is in progress there ANOTHER CARPENTERS STRIKE CHICAGO Aug At a meeting of the carpenters tonight resolutions were adopted setting forth that as the boss car penters had broken their agreement to ad vance payafter August 1st the carpenters ef GJhicago would strike September The strikeWill involve will necessitate the idleness of about as many more employed in other trades THE RECOJRJ OF CR1MJB Tho Unpleasant Experience of an American Miner TosraSTOSB Aug Slaughter today received a letter from Magdalona Sonora Mexico dated August 7th and written by Asa Turner of Lower Sulphur Springs Turner says that he went to Magdalena to gain possession of his team which wore seized by Mexidan custom house officials some time before whon ho went to his mining claim and was thrown into prison His case has been referred to tho Judge at Guaymasaud it may bo several months before it is decided Ho asks the Sheriff to bail him out Sheriff Slaughter immediately sent a deputy to Mngdelonri with instructions to BO security for Turner Consul Wlllard at Guaymas has boon asked to intercede in his THE ENCAMPMENTCLOSED THE LAST DAY OF THE PKOCEEIUNGS G A Action on tho Subject of PensionsCon cral Sherman Belief Corpg Ofllcers Klcctetl BOSTON Grand Army en campment was called to order at 11 oclock Past CommanderinChief Merrill presented the report tho pension committee which was adopted with a vote of thanks General Sherman then in a feeling ad dress presented a beautiful candelabra clock and mantel ornaments to Comrade Warner who eloquently responded Tho report of the pension committee de tails the work of in securing additional pension legislation in Congress and its successful efforts in regard to the Disability Pension bill that became a huvJuly This law says tho report while not In the precise form of tho bill presented bythe committee preserves the most important features thereof and is the most liberal pension measure eyor passed y SU liUVililri any legislative body in the world and will place upon the rolls air survivors of the war whose conditions of health are not practically perfect The on changes in tho rules presented a report reeoiumendlng various changes reported in favor of adopting a resolution providing lortho substitution of fl ritual for tlie present which was adoptedTho corhroittee re ported adversely on 1he proposition vto change the rules so that hereafter the past department commanders shall not bo entitled to seats in tho National encamp ment of the Mormon iu f t theTSbrtb west ighores5the A Great Riot in Confi dence Mans Record BIRMINGHAM Aug last iight Deputy Hanson of Shelby came to town in quest ofjspecial officers and reports a terrible state of affairs in the counties and the Shelby Iron Works He says a great riot all the week at the iron works and and have been killed in the melee The negrolaborers about the camp arefin revolt A ROMEvEST CITIZEN f rSi Louis from Dexter announce the disappearance Broughton exMayor prominentcitizen of thatplace and also Bfoughionis probablyshort in his accounts with one Charles D Matbews afternoon sessions resolutions were adopted favoring the removal of General Grants remains from Riverside to Arling ton providing this was in accordance with Mrs Grants wishes than king Congress for passing and thePresident for approving pension laws and favoring the exemption of veterans from examinations in the civil service Tho majority report ot the committee on pensions was rejected and the minority reports substituted It affirms and indorses tho resolutions nussed at the National Encampments at Columbus and Milwaukee and petitions the posts to ask lor the passing of a service nension bill The vote 011 the substitution was 172 to160 After the installation of officers tho encampment closed GENERAL SHERMAN SVEAKS The principal events of Grand Army week were concluded this evening by a grand banquet at Mechanics Hall complimen tary to the delegates to the encampment and invited guests over 1000 in all Depart ment Commander Ferris presided Among the guests who occupied seats of honor were General Sherman Governor Brackett May or Hart General Sickles and Past Command Boston jKountz of lo of Wisconsinand Warner of Commander Veazoy when called thanked the their cordial meeting He was glad that the organization was based nofon merit nor on rank out on tbo spirit impelling a man to enter the army lor the sake of liberty throughout the world Colonel Taylor then introduced Comrade Sherman of the United States delegate from Missouri General Sherman said I am glad that you have taken command I haveseen one commander today and anew installed with that gentleness and subordination to authority which marks history and which ii most hopeful promise of a glorious future single feature in our American Government lu looking back upon the past of your old com manders am well pleased with you my I The the sentiment that hismen raighf continue gool for he hoped thao wars would notrcome heprophesied that they as long as human nature remarns as now General Sickles and General Alger fol last speaker was Corporal He the faithfulness of soldiers and closed his Tanner the CrriCAGO Aug Dispatch Francisco ChronMe 5000 pcoulo that assembled to witness the racing at tho West Side today had tho pleasure of seeing another longstanding record retired Tho horse that accom plished this feat was Bob carrying 148 pounds ran one mile over hurdles in to tho disgust of the sports who had placed Longshot for a sure thing Tho former record at tho same distance was made by Swannanoe an aged horse who with 120 nounds up ran tho distance at Brighton Beach July 16 1SS1 ic A GOOD PAY AT MOMMOUTH MoMMOUxn PARK Aug cool breeze springing up shortly before noon had the effect of drawing out some SOOO people to seo the races at Momraouth Park Those who were in attendance surely were satisfied for thoy saw ono record beaten by a second and another almost equalled On tho whole it was a grand days sport Below is the summary First raco Orango stakes throoyoarolds and upwards S50 each added three quarters of a Marty Volunteer Bergen Kempland Anderson Time Volunteer lod off followed closely by Cynosure tho rest well bunched At the quarter Volunteer still lod Reporter second FItzJames third Cynosure though he had given way to to Reporter and Fitz Tames was running uudor a strong pull in fourth position At tho half the positions were unchanged Entering the strotoh Volunteer led second Reporter third Cynosure fourth and coming very fast Half way down tho stretch Cynosure had run into second posi tion and was slowly but surely reducing the distance between himself and tho leader A hundred yards from tho stand whips wore Hying freely all around and Cynosure tailing it gamely summoned up enough courage to collar Volunteer who looked as if ho were coming back the im post of 12fl Ibs no doubt telling on him Tho pace had been a hot one and ho hung on like grim death to a But tho light weight and rawhide were too much for him and Cynosure came on and won by half a length Tbo time beats made by Bello B on one second Tho race was run on tho straight track which accounts for the time Oynoaure bay colt by Tom Ochiltreo out of imp Cyclone has started nine times this being his only win Second race for twoyearolds Littlefield St Charles Hamilton Hoodlum 1 at breakaway followed by St Charles and and these positions1 were main tained to the half where St Charles led In the stretch Chatham again took thelend and was never headed St Chargessecond and Hoodlum who came very fast at end third Third race threeyearolds one Tan colt Clayton Tulla Blackburn Bergen Demuth Covington Blackburn the threequarter whore tho Fan passed her and comincr fast under the whip won race Blackburn second Demuth third Time This equals the old record for a mile and is within a quarter of a second of the new Fourth race twoyearolds I7SO added five Covingtom Emma J Flynn Adolina MarWn Time LjBlytho an elf Honeymoon led to the half where Fearless overtook followed by EmraaJ and in the order named Fith race one and oneeighthmiles all ages Fellow field Tristan Hay ward Grimalcll A Covineton Glory got away first followed Fel low and ran ID the lead to the head of stretch whore he had four lengths thebestr of it My Fellow closed up at the eighth Glory quit and My Fellow won he liked Tristan second Grimaldi thirds Sixth race one and andquarter miles threeyearolds and upward Grey Dawn Bergen Brown Sam Wood Oovington Lotion led to the with Wood and Dawn well up At the head of the stretch the positions were the Lotion leading by three now came up and with a little persuasion headed Lotion and won with someto sptre Dtwn is A castoff of the Hagginstable since he was sold has been winning some good races ENTRIES FOB First race threequarter Crispin Gen Ossa King Arthur stone LemonBlossom iting Idler Sterling V Tulia Miller Lakewood beau Emeti filly Second race threequarters of a mileyall acesAustraland Veva Grati tude Kiikenny Diergo Guaria THga Jamestown Defendant Sam Morse Dalsyrian Owen Golden A02 v Mavfo If with another tribute to the hospitality 7pt Boston THE of the National Aside from the Encampment andJthe Woman Reliefc the G celebration is over The num tier of reunions were comparatively Many have already left for home At the secondday Issession of the annual convention Of the Grand Army T read andfcf erf ed MrsCatherine E Herst of Louisville was president JuUa of senior vicepresid ent d Metealf S an Francisco air m ahv his pension examiner op out of money McLaV was some wb atv dCr California Schweinfurth has claimed that the vrvuuuiH At the meeting of 1 the Womans Belief Corps McHenry of Iowa was elected National president and Mrs Eliza beth AJ Turner bf Massacliusetts senior Jinmaxjuaitie one of Vthe that have in tbdaygaye cpm for Llewellyn Lady M Marie K race sevoti selling Tattler Bessie K Shotover Warlike CountDudley Urbana Brait Woodr burn Fourth race one and HandicapTea Firefly BaUston Icebnrg Brait Dundee Bonanza Harrison Fifth race onemile all per Little Moore Vivid Parthian Cotillion Glenraound Sorrento Reward tt09 Pilot Lafitte lOol Bledsoe Sixth one and over seven Tin Lee Christy Futurity I Zangbar Dochart Dr Chase Harrodsburg L Sanv K Jitn Murphy   

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