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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                First Part Panes 1 to 8 VOL 219 POWER OF THE GREAT WES The Senate Will Jfot Dare to 4ttack Lead Ores FT WOULD DEFEAT THE TARIFF BILL Kansas and Now Jersey Anxious to Cripple a Western Industry A Kcport Aguinst tJie JjOttory Bill Arid JDand Notes II SALT LAKK TRIBUNE 517 Fourteenth Street WASniNOTOX IX AUK 16f After n two days interruption tho Tariff bill will bo once more taken up on Monday If the metal schedule la to bo finished In a week as somes Republican Senators believe tho rato of progress must bo materially in creased Mr Quays resolution may bo agreed to on Wednesday if tho Demo crats decide to support it Its passage would of course hurry matters UD ma terially but 1C the past procrastination is to bo any Indication of future progress tiro weeks can easily be frittered away In the soculled debate upon tho motal schedule alone Mr W W Bolivia of Sun Francisco ar rlvjlin the city laet evening His visit is in the Interest of American lead ore ITo hud a loiiff interview with Senator Hearst on tho and seornecl considerably ularmufl over tho prospect Ho said to Trns Trmtiwrc corroKponrlont that Sonfctor Hearst was not at all sanguiuo that the Senate would leave tho Houso Hcheclulo Intact nnd ho especially feurorl possible Ropubll can defections Tho Democrats as usual with tho exception of Senator Hearst will volo solidly for free argentiferous load oro and If they cart catch a fow Republican voles may curry tholr point I sUtl think tho load oro par agraph will nob ho amqnrlocl For two days past f havo been making a thorough can vass of the Senate and f cannot soo where rnorn tliari two or at most three Republican voteH can bo secured As tho situation now Is at a minimum Still as I hftvp so often srild tho discussion of reciprocity may ho mudo tho opening rcdgo for a strenuous olTort for tho admission duty froo of tho Mexican silver and load ores for Kansas and Now Jersey aro working can Indignation and particularly if It has offlclal sanction will make a profound im pression on public opinion in Europe unite in active intervention those Christian powers who are pledged to aid Turkish Bilflgovornmcrit In Armenia Tho petition recounts the horrors perpe trated by tho Turks upon the Christians AU pretense of it says been laid aside by the Kurdish savages and the only hope of Armenia is in God and her Christian BY ELECTRICITY persistently and if sittsh a movement should proiiilse success It would bo mob by the Miroat of a Republican bolt from tho mining Stales so formidable as to insure the dofoat ivf tho TftpIlT bill Therein lion the bulwack and Strong dofense of American load oic West is ut last strong and aggressive the Senate Aug Asaoolatocl The loonsus today praoi itally compilted oC population of Itnluid Htacos there aro however about district roturnH from which not been rocolvod In con snmienoa of this ticlay tho announcornont the population of Status cannot bo made for some Tho count up to t his time shows tho aggregate and when tho entire count Is inishod the popu lation of the country will bu about M an inyroiiaoof about 30 per cent during tho decade C btSCAb VOMOY Gonorai Nottloton Assistant Secretary of the Treasury spent some time today with tiio President upon tho fiscal policy of tho tho Government Tt had been generally ox that somo change would bo announ ced todav in tho Governments policy in ro reVonco to bond after leav ing the Proslclont Nottloton said there would bo no olmngo Cor tho present in tho Oovornmonts policy There might be somo modification ot tho polloy In the near future however General Nottloton further stated that publicity would bo given hereafter to tho rates paid by tho Government for silver AUID ENTUIK3 Commission or Grbff of the Gonorai Land Ofllco has issued to registers and receivers of land onioos a circular giving the recent opinion of tho AttonieyQonorfti which ans tnltis the construction placed upon tho law of known aa the arid land law by the Interior Department Attention is directed to tho Department circular of August 3880 in which they wore instructed not to pcr entry of any part of the arid region whichcomes within tho operation of tho act of October 2 IS8S although In any case says the Commissioner there will bo at an v time no designation of tho land Involved thorcm as to tho selection for ftUe or sites for reservoirs or canals for irrlga lionpuvposos or us to land thereby nutdo suscoptlbUv to irrigation That f not is not to bo considered as showing that tho laud is onoti as although not yet selected it luaV bo Such solootion under said 2ict is hold to witlitlraw all lands so liable for dls posai Absolute obedienoo the order is A Denver JUamp Trimmer Instantly Killed by a Shock DKNVRR Aug Special to Dawson an oloctrlc lamp triinmoiswas killed tills morning by a shock while changing carbons in an arc light lamp used by tho city He was accompanied by a boy whose duty was to lower the lamp Dawson stood hi tho middle of tho street ready to receive it and affix a new carbon Ho stood upon a piece of board and as the lamp iiearcd him grasped iirsb ono side and then tho other of the shade and at tho same mo ment Jils face became transfixed with an agonizing expression As an oyowitncss expressed Ho looked Hko a man In a fit His hand trembled and shook with a terrible spasm He appeared as if trying to let go and could not Ho gave vent to but one ex pression Oh oh and fell to tho ground limp and dead SICK OF DEMOCRACY LEADING 3DAHO DKJVTOOBATS JOIN 2 ItJSpijBtICAN K VXKS Jdahoans Surprined by tho Audacity of tlto LIuraA Fow Sample oods Nulled Alexandor Clarke Iowa annlstorKeal and to W D Wheolor assayer at tho assay oilico at lloiona Mont A MINORITY RcprcseiJtutlvo Hnyej of Town submitted V to the House a minority report dissenting fron the und rocomtriondivtlcms or tho T innWlty of tbo Committee on Lostonices and Post Koads on tlio AntiLottery bill Hayes says the objections to tho bill r ilrt that It is unconstitutional is no necessity for any such legislation from tho fact that wo mM already havo a sufflciont law upon tho sub IfT ject and wo had bettor enforce what laws C wo havo than inako now legislation Thirdly tlieprovisionft of tho bill are bad and oyeii absolutely tlangorous in that its is towards centralization and in terforenco with tho proper functionsand oC tho Stntesjit abridges tho froodotn of the press it gives power espionage to public officials us against citizens it pro v for condemnation without a hearing makes tho of friw iVstiniastorGeneral good bad or v foreni us It may be tho final judgment iiuon which the rights of clblzona pondi it makes him in act the judge jury and executioner without the pretense Of a hearing ornpcessary or legal ually extends this dangerous and vicious vM powea with ail Its machinery for onfprco 1 rnont to any other or device that ovidence satlsfaptory to bim vmiiy juQtsnit bis exalted Ideas They constrained to dissent the Topbrtof the them in their abhorrence if vtho ffi tIM A ARMENIA CITY UTAH ATJGTJST PRICE FIVE CEKTS AKAISERWITHAMISSION lie Will Talk Peata to the Czar for Three Days PROGRAMME FOR THE CONFERENCE Major Dows second My Fellow third Time 14J West End stakes threeyearold fillips mile and a Bibelot won Her Highness second Druidess third Time Mile arid throe Stockton Oriflarnme second Philosophy third TJsfiic 2 22V Threeyearolds and upwards six fur Autocrat won Samaria Tom Hood third Time Beacon stakes seven Lady Reel woo Brussel secoud Ed Hooper third Time Twoeighths of a Wiregrass colt won Key West second Average third Tliuo William Will Be Cordially Received AVith Extra Cordons of Police Political SteniJiccnce of the Visit Opposition to the McKin ley Bill BOISK CITY Idaho Aug to The Union Pacific Railroad will sell single fare round trip tickets good from August 18th to August from all points on the lino to those attend lntf the Kepubll can State convention to bo held on the 20th Frank P Oavanagh tho loadinK mining man of El mo re county and a Democrat of loriK Hfundlntf has publicly and openly joined the Kopubllcans Ho says the Dem ocraUc party in Congress is against our every Interest ospociuliy tho load industry and that tho party not only voted against Statehood but ridiculed and abused its as a people Tho party is not entitled to tho support of those who have tho interests of tho State at heart Ho reflects tho opinion of hundreds of other Democrats in all sections and particularly tho mining region Phil OBourko and Patrick Clarke of Shoshono county the former tho chairman of tho Democratic County Committee four years ago tho latter onooC tho loading min ing men of thatsection and Democrats of long standing havo joined tho Kopubllcan rank and art tho Republican Convention DOwohoo county hold Its convention today andendorsed Shoup and Dubols and is favorable to Swoob for Congress Binghatn county must bo surprised to learn from tho Mormon it has gono back bois Your correspondent ot the which was a har monious and united ono and not endorsed Dubois In tho highest terms and unanimously but instructed it delegates to the State Convention for his friend Judge Swoot for Congress who at both conventions i 18SO and 1888placed Dubols in nomination for delegate and in aclditlon this they selected as delegates to tho State Convention ton gentlemen who aro conspicuous for their friendship to Du bols The Bolso correspondent of tho Mormon Herald has orders to lie about and abuse Dubols in ovory communication and it is probable that its other correspondents havo tho same TROTTING HORSES DONT PAY Good Kunncrsi Will Win Three or Four Times as Much in aScason Why dont I train trotters as well as runners exclaimed a professional owner yesterday in response to a query of pre tho same import Why dont I train trotters you say Why sir I mako my living but of horses and dont keep em just for fun like a Tho speaker was typical Kentucky who had lived among horses all his days ancVdld his own training ever since ho raised u hislooks showed it A just as much as a runner to said ho Personally Idsooner own a thoroughbred any day of the year than a trotter and Id sooner see one good race like that SalvatorTouny match the other day than sit out all the trotting liieotfi that over were set in heats but loav Ing otiosporsomil tastes out matter and coming down to straight dollars and cents thorn is about three more pro lit for me raising runners and racing them than I could ever hope to got out of trotting horses Itsjust a matter of big gor money and as Im not a millionaire I am senslbio to take up the more profitable slclo of tlio turf Unless a man wins sonic big matches in a season or books his trotters with luck ho cannot pay tho expouso of a htg stable Tho stakes you see too small and the chances coo A trotting moot only lasts say throe days and there is rarely as much up in purses on any ono day There events each day nlno In If strlkoljiayo to all tho and trans porting my nags to some other mooting Afc a running moot I can just lunikor down and waltniy ohanoo and by picking up acouplo of ptirsos a race easily clear my expenses and pocket dollars bosidosi Last year Salvator alone won ten of best winners on tho trotting turf fifty races and only 010 1 n of the largost winners on running last vy yn tor El JjOngstrcot Tonny St Carlo Sonorjta Pro and RaoelaTidrand they sixty races trotting winners Sprdgue Gtolddust Nelson Reference Tack won races arid1 BERLIN Aug by New York Associated German iron clad Irene and tho imperial yacht Ho henzollani wore sighted off Memel this morning They stopped for Emperor Will iams dispatches and then proceeded north ward for liovoi where they are timed to arrive early tomorrow Tlwi Russian squadron consisting of eighteen vessels un der command of Grand Duke Alexis will fire a salute upon the arrival of the Gor man vessels Grand Duke Vaidimir will receive the Emperor upon landing and the of St Petersburg grenadiers of which tho Kaiser is honorary colonel will form the guard of honor The Emperors stay at Revel will be very brief The desired that the Emperor should go straight to St Petersburg instead of landing at a place whore the German sentiment continued strong The Kaiser was not left in ignorance of tho Czar s wishes but havingox pressed his determi nation to see Revel In which town he was interested he declined to alter his coarse Tho whole circumstances of the Emperors entrance into Russianwill militate against monarchist meeting withthe Czar will bo in a genuine spirit of cordiality At noon tho Emperor will start Cor Narva That city is already decorated with lags and garlands A bostof Russian police will guard the approaches to tho villa where the mooting betweenthe Czar and Bmporor takes place and tlioy will bo assisted by fifty Gorman police Public tralTio on tho railway connecting Narva with St Petersburg has boeii sus pended and the line wil be used solely for official business duringthe corning week The Imperial at which Chan cellor Von Caprivi and De Giers wijl be present are expected to last over throe days the Emperor fails to persuade the pormaheiftpolicy of peace conditions will bo arranged for a thorough revision of tho Berlin treaty by another European Congress Officinl opinionis decided that very rapid developments tending toward a European conflict are certain to follow Ho IT Rittoiv tfrOG member of tho of the Prussian Diet in a speech today said that from personal observations in the State Coun cil ho had tho highest appreciation of the personality of the Emperor No Gorman devoted himself so exclusively every fiber of his being and the warmth of his heart to further welfare The power of the Emperor tho demands of the laborwas bow to tho sacrediiessflj poror grasped what was justifiable in the workmens demands and protected and up held thorn themselves recognized and becamewillingto cooperate with tho government to give Germanyper manent internal peace The draw tho attention of the whole country JMANOJB AND XHEMfKINLBY IJIUj PAKIS Aug bill still excitos commercial circles in the city and provinces The recent consular conference hold oity received iroiri nearly thirty chambers of commerce point ing out tho difficultyOf complying with the provisionsof the bill without almost des troying conference passed reso lutions regretting that tho delegates from tho chambers of commerce did not attend the sessions as it could have been shown that tho bill did not oppress honest import ers that its only aim was to protect tho revenues ofthe United States and the fines and penalties imposed lythe bill were chiefly recnactmonts of old laws The con ference decided to forward communica tion received from the Chamber of Com merce to the most favor able considerationthat tho terms of law would Tho Frenchpress hasmagnified tho reso lutions into a prpmisp to waive some tho most stringent requirements of the papers appear to an American consular body has the power to nullify an act of AN ARMENIAN INS0BK15OTION VIENNA Aug casually well informed believe an insurrection in Armenia is close at hand whichwill be followed in due time by Russian occupation of Erzoroum THE TWO NATIONAL SPORTS th is ity whritfeponced 1 ng v t h 1 h 1 n i v 1 oiift vfAP mil That that if other things earnings of nef are n littlo times 1 as great iiad to depend for a living upotiv controlling oho classor the you think THM RESULT Or YJESTJEBDAYS RACES GAMES Hot Bntto Favorite Disappoints His Baseball of tlxc Clubs Monti AirRust Special to The fifth day of the West Side Racing Association attracted tho largest at tendance of the meeting The weather was unfavorable with a lilgh wind and chilly The talent lost big money on the class trot Manning sold favorite 100 to 10 over V First trotting threeyearolds S50 each Silver Bow Martha 3ecoiidvraco trotting twoyear bids Sol each SSJ50 Tjoapy ear fl1 Locust Third threeeighths of a mile1 Hieais three purse Bob The Players Brotherhood PtTTSBUnG Tiltsburg easily won an almost faultless game Attendance Pittsbirc o o oo o o 34 HitsTen each ErrorsClevipliincl 2 Pitts 0 Stiiluyjind Dunn Grubcr and Sutclilfe Knight and Jouos Itwnsa pitchers batLlu and Weyhing won AUendiinco 8300 0 5 Brooklyn S Errors One ciiuh md Milligiui Murphy UmpiresGafTney and Sheridan HUFTALO Cnnninphamswildness In the the lo the Bulfalos Attendjinec 2000200 each 3 Chicago 2 aMuck Uarstow mid Boyle Snyder KEW Todftyfl pame was tt series of bungling plays Aticiuhincc S500 5 0 0 0 2 3 4 0 1 4 23 0 1 H i ench York Keefe Crane 1 ftUiBld imcl liwing Gumbort Daly and Murphy The National JUeaffue 0 The home team hitting Young all over the IkId Attendance 2800 0 3 0 Plovolnnd 0 00 0 u u u u u HitsCincinnati 17 ClevelaniV Errors Clcvoland I mid Harrington YouugJind Xiniraer CHICAGO Hard hitting and good llelclinc won the game to Cliicngo Attenclnnoe 2500 0 0 0 13 0 0 0018 0 1 0 3 0 05 Chicnco son and Kitt redgc PhillipsandDecker Umpire a loose OE8ES ECONOMY Too lueii Boriey for River and Har bor Improvements ESTIMATESMADEBY THE ENGINEERS The AntiIjottery Bill Is Discussed in the Member Figures Out the Chance of Cue Ticket ior the Capital Prize 06 BOSTON Boston won easily in sixth after gnme Brooklyn 1 f l i 5 York 0 0 0 0 4 0 HitsBoston 12 New York ErrorsBos ton 3Tsew York 5 and Hurdic Rusic and Buckley BROOKLYN Gloasonsgood pitching won for the visitors Philadelphia 0 2 2 0 30 0 0 410 Brooklyn 0 0 Philadelphia 12 Brooklyn Philadelphia 3 Glcnson and Clements Carrutliers arid Umpire Lynch Columbus The American Association Syradtj St Loaisvillo ST LOUIS 12 Athletics 9 IRpohgsterv The Western Association KANSAS CITY Kansas City V Sioux City Minneapolis 0 Standing of the Clubs Following is the standing they clubs in the throeleading baseball tions at tbeclosei of i PLATEBS BROTHEIIUOOU o Boston Chicago New York Pitts burg Buffalo 99 96 94 96 S3 91 57 5l 52 51 51 39 562 553 531 447 428 Boston Chicago New Y 96 04 94 95 95 01 38 57 30 28 525 452 204 AM33KTCAX ASSOCIATION d1 a g s Loiiisvillc St Louis Columbus Bochcstcr Toledo v yn 00 91 89 87 89 47 47 45 44 36 516 505 How Do You Register Tliere is nottiiug that the average s bridegroom so much desires to avoid as a disclosureof the fact of his recent marriage Not that he is at all of Oh no is a shyness about him which him to conceal the f acb This is shown especially at the1 bridegrooms iirst to the hotel on his bridal The other evening a young man walked briskly UD to the of the hotels and Wtlia very badly assumed air of registered Arooih assigned him ahd when he was of hearing leaned the confidentially speaking to ing there Just m arr led i y VHow was Oh you never rsee an old vmarrjed man register and Mrs r soahdsp You just the v muih Cooler db with WASHINOTON Aiifr tho Senate consideration of the River and Harbor bill was resumed this morning tho pending question being the amendment proposed by Frye to Harlem river item Quay asked unanimous consent torefer the resolution for a change of the rules so as to bring the Senate to a vote on billon the 30th of August and limit other legislation to appropriation bills public buildings conference reports but Ed munds objected and the resolution was not referred Consideration oMho River and Harbor bill was then proceeded with on amend ments offered by individual Senators After a long debate an amendment offered by Hawlcy was rejected and tho amend ment yesterday by tfrye for drawbridges WHS laid on the table with the understand ing that the whole question would be deter inined by conference Tn the of discussion Edmunds ox pressed the idea that an appropriation in bulk of half of thG amount car ried in tho bill would with tho unexpended out oC the River and Harbor bill of 1868 be amply sufficient for all really national works of internal improvement He expected that it would turn out that on the iOth of 1 line 1801 the treasury would be forty millions short oven if tho duty were not taken off of sugar Frye in charge of the bill replied to Ed munds and gave some facts and figures to prove tho advantage to tho commerce of a country which had followed the deepening oC rivers and harbors The army engineers in charge of the several works had reported that ought bo appropriated this year for rivers and The chief engineer bad reduced the estimate to and to that sum was to be added estimated for by tho Mis sissippiand Missouri Uivcr Commissions Tho pending bill covered two years and if itdid carry that was not over onethird of tho chief engineers estimate and not over onofourth that of local en gineers P j The bill was then reported to the Senate All theMmportanc amendments adopted by tho Committee of was agreed to and the bill passed The conference report on the House bill to establish a national military park attho battlefield of Chicltarnagua was agreed to Quay gavo notice of his intention to move fora change of the rules as sec out in tho resolution which he had today asked unanimous consent to offer and said he would not call up tho motionbefore Tues day After executive session adjourned House WASHINGTON Auir Committee on Postoffices and Roads reported a resolution calling on thePostmasterGen eral to frauds J WiddorDuru L a t clnimed of navigation and fishing in Kdning SLJI outside tho limit of i marino kairuc from t lie tronst It is impossible to admit that tbc risrht to lish and catch seals in tho high can bo held to bo abandoned by v nation from lie more Iact that for a certain number of years it hasuotsuiiod tho of ihar nation to oxorciso such It must be remembered that the existence of British Columbia is a colony nndthe development of the colony V shipping ni terest aro recentIf the Lniied States Government continiies to differ with Great Jtritain as to the legality of roceni cnpturos IHT Majestys Government is ready to refer tho ques tion with tho issues dependent thereon to im partial A CLEAR CASK FOU ARBITRATION the The full text The PaJl Gazette Bchring Soa question says of Secretary Adamss dispatch to the i British Government doos invaUdato Salisburys argument which is founded on extracts from the dispatch We ar unable to con ceive a clearer case for arbitration or to believe that America does not approve of Tho St James Gazette attributes Elaines tone to a desire to influence the Irish vote HA EXPLAINS MATTERS The Salvadorian President Relates His Side of the Story HONDURAS DEFINES HER ATTITUDE A Terrific Thunderstorm KANSAS CITY Aug terrific thun derstorm visited this city this evening Considerable damage was done to shade trees and loose Lightning struck a coal shod and killed Archie Trimbio and severely injured Ben Diamond PINKERTONTHU6S ARRESTED THEY OPENFIJtE Ov STRIKERS WITH OUT JUSTIFICATION She Presents an Array of Griev ances Against San United States will Allow no European Mizners Movements Three Hundred Xow York Central Switch men Strike at Strikers Executive Board A vote was then secured on the Nat Mc which was S3 nays Speaker counting a quorum The Rules reported a reso lution for immediate consideration of the ntiLottery bill the previous question to bo considered ordered at in the after noon The resolution was adopted and the Lottery bill taken up in supporting tho meas admitted the pollution which the Louisiana lottery had wrought upon his State but attributed the birth of that pollution to the days ofreconstruction The people of with gladness to the time when lotteries inthatState The revenues tothe State hadvbeen too great to be resisted without a struggle When the Louisiana Legislature met elements themselves conspired to give the Louisiana Lottery Company a Floods had come down from the North and West He had been asked how the lottery company secured twothirds of the Legislature of submitting the the Legislature to be held two years hence Every solitary Republican had voted in favor of that proposi tion There had been other members who had thought it their duty to submit the matters to the members of had been bought alid sold he had nottiie shadow of a doubt but he believed he could count those memberson the fingers of one hand Evans advocatingthebill dropped into statistics and stated that the chance of a ticket held in the Louisiana lottery to draw the capital prize was ono in the bill and the biU was then passed without Hayes who had voted in the affirma tive for that purpose entered a motion to reconsider thevote by which tho House passedthoMcKay Adjourned HUNTINGDONS SCHEME the suit Houston Texas Central Stock holders Continue to Fight NEW YORK Aug bankers began another suit in the Supreme Court against the Central Trusti Company 0 P Huiitington anu the Hquston This is a continuation of the of against the alleged attempt the reorganization the Houston Texas upon stockholders of the oldcprhpany His recently determhiedrwas toupset the merit of per sliaro In th at case the assessment was set In th is ac issuedan order requiring the defendants to show cause Fr id ay why they should not be enjoined from the new assessment of 0 attacks thovcorrecness of upon which the assessment asiserts tbatthe stockholders are ihiproperlyychargad to H C Com pariy to the o th roads NEWYORK Webb of the New York Central received a dispatch from East Buffalo this morning which stated that the freight conductors and switchmen at that point struck this morning TITK EXECUTIVE The mnmbers of tho Executive Board Knights of Labor were in conference all day Tonight Grand Master Workman Powderly said Wo havu endeavored to find out why tho ollicials oC tho Now York Central dismissed our members from tho service of ths and so far as our own members arc concerned wo havo their statements Wo have been doing all we can for a speedy and satisfactory ending of tho matter TITO BUFFALO STRIKE Aug hundred switchmen and yardmen struck at En si Buffalo thismorning No freight trains aro A largo force of police are on hand No serious trouble is anticipated Tho strike was caused by union men being ordered from1 Erie street to take the places of union strikers They came bob sent a delegationto Superintendent Burrows ask ing him to send them back to tho Erie street depot as they being union men objected to being detailed to take tho places of brother unionists out on a strjke Burrows refused and they struck The strike of West Shore men is greeted with joy by tho old strikers THE STRIKERS TDJJILANT To say tho local striking Knights of Labor avo jubilant would bo to put ic mildly They are overjoyed by the turn affairs have taken and seorii more confident of success than ever Tho live stock shipments from this point assistance given by tho West Shore Lackawanna and Erie are at least a week behind It was learned tonight switchmen on Central and West petitionedfor the strike in which they an answer be1 returned to their petition on 18fih No concessionhas boon received says ono of the labor agitators the switchmen wore ready to strike Monday anyway if this had not been precipitated As it is now the switchmen declare that the men must be taken back and the wages of all raised 1INKKRTON SLUGGERS AEBBSTED Aug even ing as a freight train manned by Pink men was passing through the northern part of tho city several strikers stoned tho The Pinkerton men fired in the crowd one ball passing through the ankle of John McCarthy a moldor standing near by The police ar restod three of the Pinkerton men Shortly after the shooting a Pinkerton assaulted Chris Land clulvand he wastaken into custody Pinkor ton man who was up tho track carrying a loaded gun and revolver was arrested and jailed California on Wheels PITTSBXJRG Aug on tho wonderful fruit and agricul tural exhibit of the no less wonderful Golden State leaves tonight for Washington and Cleverly arranged exhibits mammoth watermelons mastodon poaches enormous luscious fruits drew a groat crowd for the three days they were here An average of 8000 visitors daily viewed the wonders of nature far West A Paper Burned The machine paper millof the Patten Paper Company ws destroyed by fire thte afternoon Seventylive men were thrown out of employment EDISON ON ELECTROCUTION He Claims Tbat Idea Was Put in Force Thomas Edison has the to sayon tho death of Willisim Kommlcr The fault in the midexecution of Kemniler lies wholly doctors Theoretically they are right no The nerve center of the human system lies in the base oftho skull but practically they at Herewehave had something like thirty perfectexamples of instaut deathby electricity in have happened in and arpiind New How waselectricity applied in these cases Is ever in Of what use h as been the death of tneso thirty In every case the tuortal charge CTitered through the hand In no case was thestrength of the current nearly half what wasto havebeen passed through Kciiimlers wliy contact bvtlre hand is so much niore fatal than through travels through the water bodyv Llf v T v yr at fi down to Scptem of the headis You her I1 1S90 wlicn you comb your hair with bones also nonconv d uctors and j exec a tion s like thatofKbniailer of the skull have have OF SAN SALVADOR Aug fTuimjNK San Francisco Chronido In a wilk with President Ezcta on the situation of affairs in Central America tho President said I havo nothing to fear in the interior now Tho people aro unanimous in repelling forcibly all foreign interferencewith their homo business and perfectly willing to fight out tho ques tion with Guatemala The army on tho frontier is fifteen thousand in seven encampments and is well commanded by Generals Yrungaray Kepedn and othor chiefs Antonia being GcncralIn Chief army on the frontier of Honduras numbers 4000 men commanded by Generals Fevrgera Nuila Molina ami Tho eastern frontier Is also protected by 2000 men under tho command of General Moreno I have no confidence in the peaceful efforts of diplomatic corps and soon expect a reopening of hostilities I know that Gon cral Barillas is gathering troops on tbo frontier everyday and I am also preparing to receive him My troops are enthusiastic arc desirons to In battle Bogran was helping tho Riyas faction in an underhand way and gavo an unsatisfactory explanation Ho has now thrown aside all disguise and is openly favoring the partisans of Ay alii and I will invade Honduras before Guatemala moves Nicaragua and Costa Rica will not inter fere otherwise than diplomatically Tho will only postpone hostili ties between Guatemala and this Govern mont Its policy has always boon deceitful and we do not trust them We cannot possibly toll what tho results of the war will bo Tho Guatemalan army is more numerous but that of Salvador is bettor disciplined and fights under a con viction that theirs is a right and just cause and that is really tho case The Klvas bcllion was result of machination Ills defeat and death ruin all the hopes or Ayala Nicaraguas sympathies are in favor or Salvador Her troops at tbo Honduras frontier however aro only for of observation Today I asked General Bogran for the last time to decide for peace or war Mr Mizner the American Minister 3s personally interested in peace 1 will soon organize a Cabinet and the momenta treaty of peace is signed I shall convoke a It is currently reportea here today that President Bxota has said that he will await the opening of peace negotiations threo days longer and theu begin active hostilities again if necessary the inte tween Salvador Minister Mizner and Lieutenant Commanr der Charles S Stockton c K haveleft the city Svell satisfied thelrVu Minister interestsof Cpoaceibe r and1 pressed himself as pleased withthol resultii of his visit believed settlement of the present be long delayed although n does not give much support to tHis As a precautionary President 3zeta has reinforced tion The populace hero generaUy J that Minister Mizner Is acting urideri direct instructions from i matter of mediation and that on most favorable terms for i one that will insure this perfect freedom of action in Its interriatlonabaffaiw in tho future will soon be Fv Minister Mizner was dent and membersof Y cabinet and there was a f eelingth at on Mizners arrival in lie will with the assistance of ters be enabled to present termsf of peace President Barlilas The representatives of Nicaragua are taking a flrm stand of Salvador and aro laboring interests of peace i The army of Salvador Honduras lias recently been to prevent any more attempts from that quarter assured the Government of Salvadortb at he will prevent any such probiibly Influenced by President demands Honduras Is riot let and it is safe to say thatIf Bogran desires to remain atthe headof tils Government he will have to keep aneye on revolutionary charactors at home the affairs of Salvador President Carlos Ezeta it hehad any enemios at home In theopen ing of i tho Guatemala has brought them allto his side by his firm stand and his victories over his enemies the within the borders of Salvador aresolid for him and his election to th e the coming election is assured Every nr thing is juiet in the and v will inuuestionahJy remain so It here that v coming uneasy hadacclaned ithat If r peace was not brought uboutwitbin be would order the army of occupatioa to move on Guatemalas i v IS INTERVENTION Aug ants say f neverJiad anj tli esoidebts werel furthermore that no credit given i by companies arid other second as I say atrt tru e send th ecu r r e n t th r b y 5 death Jciialr tigers if ybu werelike j 1 wh etfeer yqu pvr bu Id 11 ke to trisky oii r cap tal f l 1 testified as of various parts of the li during the Yest inghouse litigation New YorMlast upon people I to Sxeou te States the dor It Gualfcjnala and Salvadorlan GqvernmeBts y hadbeentold that view any oftort onthe of either of those cpjintries Into anydinlomacy on thcpartot European powers roeut of the tbaty the United States considered of iJietrouble belonged to Much credenceis placed here bet relish the looked where she Kas hot desired to make   

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