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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING DAILIES In City Combined THE MOST EXTENSIVB la tUo Kooky Mountain Regions VOL SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY iMOBNIITG AUGUST IS 1890 FIVE SALISBURYS LAST OFFEHSt fie Assents to the Destruction of British Trade THE WEEKS SENSATION AT Destor Duncan Flees From a Broach of Promise Now manH Revolution Brewing in Scotch Foreign NOWB Aug Dispatch Ban Francisco Chronicle Mail awl ExprsaB corroapondont cables Thoro tiwible ahead for Salisbury as tbero la for any and every man who touches the pocket of the British public Tho mercan tile community has been doing some prying Intorecent diplomatic movements and It has discovered that thoPremier has practi cally assented to tho destruction of English trade In ft greater portion of Northwestern Africa There English trade and English money havo ralgnod supremo for years and control of tho chief trade with Wio Great Sahara district through Egypt Tri poli Morocco niid Tunis All of this will bo out out and prohibited by tho establishment of Frenchcustom houses all along tho route Algeria to Saiwn on tho River JS to llrakey Lako which aro provided for under tho AngloFrench njTComout irCTOHT Tho sensation of the week has flight to Paris of Lester Frasor Duncan pro uvletor of the Matrimonial News who la anxlons to avoid payment ot a voi dlct rendered against him In favor of Miss Knowlos It is believed ho has sold all his property as well as the Matrimonial and that tho young woman who followed htm so closely in a breach of promise action will or nothing after all her pains Tho lawyers scorn to think however that any sale Duncan may havo made of hla property could bo sot aside The damages ire considered excessive but Inasmuch us Duncan did nob put In any defense at the trial it Is considered very doubtful whether ids attorneys can secure any reduction Miss Kuowlos is a tall girl with a pretty face soft gray oyca and a slim noat ilguro Sho Is a clover and bright talker but her manner Is somewhat cold and reserved faho hus a good voice which has boon carefully cultivated Bho sings and ft tow months ago waa a member of the Marquis De Lonvillos concert company Judge Hannen has ordered peremptorily that the details of tho ParnollOShoa di vorce case bo settled at once This order disposes of Innumerable delays that havo been and woro to bo sprung A SCOTCH CAHATj A cabal is being formed among the Scotch members of the House of Commons who have long had grievance and cause of complaintattho manner In which that miffustfboclyhas treated the affairs of tholr Hootch constituents They havo deter mined to band themselves together after tho fashion of tho ParnolJitoH and unless they bring about and reforms thty rloslro will undertake to treat Par liament as Gayarro so elegantly says Phillip II treated tho Cartes Bury it In tho tomb of tho OnASS KOOJP FOR SITJBAVAtKS Tho Idea Kbotng seriously dlsousaofl as to tho vahio of a glass roof or awning thrown over tho sidewalk at the bight or tho first story Us yurnoso being firstly to nrotoot pedestrians from vain and secondly from lho brilliancy ot tho sun Sopractical and foftalblo loos this plan appear that it lias boon decided to tost 11 by erecting such anawning in tho streets of tho Quoon s Gato A number of business men who have laiKO stores along tho principal avenues in section or London to com bine and undertake to put up such a struo fcuro as this OUTDONE shall have boon conceded by that time Tho scheme savors of Insanity but the workmen seem to hi in earnest holiey iug that it would coerce tho bourgaoiso into concession of sweeping reforms The movement the more dangerous in that there Is not the slightest love of the Fatherland among the Mclirlan workmen who would not bucigo an Inch from their po sition even to save their country from the Intervention of foreign powers Whereas Belgium has remained politically unchanged sioco 1RI50 all the other States havo been moving forward They that universal suffrage practically prevails lu Krunco anci Germany and that in thoso countries inCn oi all classes arc liable to military service but in Belgium tho burden of military service is borno by the rnnsKOs and tlie workmen socm to bo as far removed from political privileges as the Russian peasants liUSSTAt PEACH ATTITUDE ST PfiTKRSiiUito August Associated press Tho hero extend a friendly welcome to Emperor William i hey admit iMOKlncorityof his pacific declara tions and declare that Russia is disposed to cooperate with him At tho same time thoyliold Emperor William ought to operate In Vienna rather than In St Peters burg aa Kuasla will only accept a solution of tho Bulgarian question in conformity with tho Berlin treaty which has been violated by Austrian complicity iho uzar havo arrived at Narva THIS AIUttVAI AT liVVSIi KBVEIV August Emperor William ar rived hero noon today Tho Bussian squadron fired a salute in honor of tho Gorman vessels Grand Duke Vladimir received tho Emperor on landing Tho town is richly decorated and groat en thusiasm was manifested by tho Immense crowds In tho streets Tho Emporor with Prince Henry Chancellor Von Oaprlvi and suite started for Narva at tt oclock MET BY Tins CZAB NABVA Russia Aug Tho Gorman Emperor arrived hero from Rovol at 8 oclock this evening and was mot at tho railway station by tho Czar Tho two mon archs wore immediately taken to tho villa sot apart for thnlr ounfotouoo A COOLHEADEB WOMAN She Stcorod a Runaway Horso Into a Tree BOIBTD OMY Idaho Aug to ulgbt while Sheriff Rob Deputy Chapman wore trying to rectify some difficulty about the bridle his horse became frightened and knocking tho men down started to run Mrs Bobbins who was seated in tho carriage when the horso started had only ono of tho lines in her hand With this she drew tho mad creature to one side and with remarkable presence of mind guided him into a tree Tho result was that tho carriage was shat tered to pieces and Mrs Bobbins thrown to tho ground Those who saw tho accident rushed to tho spot expecting to find the ladydead but upon examination it was found that sho had only sustained severe lirlurlos to her shoulder and a fractured nose The after becoming detached the carriage rushed at the fence and cleared it at ono Hying leap An Archduke in Chili NEW YORK Aug Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Series ban a good story from Chill tolling how Archduke John of Austria is now run a salbpotor mine in that country going u infera false name Ho reached there on a sailing vessel as a common sailor BLED TO DEATH HOWWiLL BEPEW IMJC The Terrible Fate of a Wyoming Railroad Ijaborer OnEYENNE Aug 17 Special to TnK quite shocking fatality filled a big gang of washout repairers on tho Ohoyenno Northern Hallway with consternation yesterday afternoon One ot John Breen a lad of 38 who came from was thrown under tho cars by tho sudden stoppage of the work train A surgeon might have saved his lite but there was non within ninety miles arid tho poor follow bled to death HesulTored terribly for four hours but kept up his courage until ho learned that no priest could bo had Argentine Financiering Aug dispatch from Buenos Ayros to the Times says Tlio Min ister oC Finance has declared that the Government notes based on security of land It is intended to cancel tho law for tho emission of one hundred millions in hy pothocatory notes Whatever emission may bo decided upon it will bo relatively small and bo supervised by a Committee including tho leading foioiga bankers who will also supervise the withdrawal of tho emission when conlidence has Ttswa restored Sefior Lopez in ft year to have tho entire Inances on a sound working ibasis It is reported that tho Government is seeking means to compensate the shareholders of the National Bank for losses incurred by them through the Colman is trying to place in a sound position DRIFTING TOWARD RUIN Bew York Central Guards ShootDown Jhoffonding Citizens THJE C3OVJSKNIMKfT OF CTIIII A CHAOTIC STATE Tho Custom Houses Closed ami Foreign Traclo Tolitical Ouarrol Brings Disaster to tho Country A trained swallow on Wednesday Crorn 1arls and now to Kordoaux two hours roturulng to Paris the same evonlnff If can bo rolled upon as a precedent tor tho future traveling of those birds thoy will soon supersede pigeons ThoVustanoo from Paris trt Bordeaux Is 300 miles making OCO miles tor tho round trip KXIKTNO MILANS VINANOITSTIINO Gossip is again busy with tho name of ox His financial qualities have boon admired by his friends and regarded with dponmoathorl wonder ami dismayby his creditors Ho owes royally and dispen ses his I O TJs with regal magnificence but talent for raising money as well as ow injr It has not past week boon publicly proven It appears that by ho use of somei extraordinary intluepoo King Milan has InclumVthoregontsof Sorviato iooroase his annuity from trancs to his part ho promises to abandon nil opposition to tho presentGovernment The regents havo signed tho agreement and Indorsed It Ontho of this doal tho announccmonl MIME How a Now York Astrologist Fell In to tho Hands of tho Police Now York iilspatch 14th to Louis GlobtDMWWab A comely young who calls horsolt Alma Mario do la Varlnb which is supposed to bo tho luonoh for plain Mary was a prisoner In Jollprsou Market Polloo Court today charged with assaulting Mrs Clarke of OOC East Eightythird si root Mine Mario has apartmoute at No 25 Clinton Ilaoo Sho is a very versatile voung woman and quite a phenomenon in her way Her business is that of a planet card and ogp voador and astrological clalr doals in magic and spells soils lovo powder by tho can raise posthumous shades wholosalo or at a mmnonts notice Tho Madtuno always koops a flrstclass assort ment of fortunes on band Her stock of charms Is ono of features of tho fullseason Sho can peep with into futurity sum up histories clear up mys teries and as for horoscopes with or with out trance thuro is ni cheaper tho trad ft than that of Mmo Mario do In view of thosemanifold wonders it is not at all surprising that people came milos to pay their money and take their choice of tho or future Miidiiinos charges range from sue to iw Tho 500 patron generally a sonlfnl young miss with a woaknqss for tho supernatural was dlsmlssod wltlv an him who was destined to bo her best man Besides getting a diagram of his family tree she received tho oolor of his hair and eyes and and weight chost measurement and drinking capacity and told whether ho was a magnificently man or whothdTslio wont to Sunday school or paid hisv board Sho who yearned for connubial bliss and pnopitl priestess had a rosy would bring back tho most truant of lovers 1C he Kwalknvea It with bis oottoo of General Barrios of Guatemala and hls creditors will bo pleasedto kiiow that lady will bring now husband a dowrv Suspicion lagaining gomKl that oxroyalty used this bit of por wonal conquest to tho rogonta to stand tho raise CAHDtNAfMANXINOS snCCKSaOK News comoa frbni Eomo that tho request of tho Irish Bishops lately tho Vatloani that Archbishop Walsh bo made a Cardinal to succeed Newman hasboon oufavorably rocptvcd by the Pope and Jila advisors With this information comes tho statement that the vacancy caused by Newmans death will bo filled by tho ap pointment ot a German prolate The life and letters of Cardinal Nqvman will be edited Joy the priests of the oratory THE DUKE OK MANCKKSTSnS His latb Grace thoDuko showed his jealousy ami irascibility In his will just admitted lu Doctors Ooromons His wife ho know was not with him in heart Ho was of the sincerity of hor attachment for Lord Hartngton reasoued that death sho would marry ho was constructing eccentric iastruumont ho deoidod that tho Duchess could have ashave of the estntoVproceeds only so long as sho TO inainodawldow and loyal to his Ho was a good Judge of human naUire and know that his lady would not remain long a widow bulk of his eatato would remain for the benefit of his As has already boon the Dowager and Lord Himtington aro to be V April Tiie present Dxike known by his former of Lord is third so not become Wanktapt or sook the paymentot his portion This pro tects tho monoy present v of Manchester who was is not mentioned at all will Duchess at thelconolnsionahatiserlouSitrou now and revolution5 Beigian On such typo Like most sho is iu habit of kindling jf oustormMs Madumo always tbrows herself Into awildoyod tranco sees things circulating about in tho air oocuslons thoro was good In store Tor any wolliogulatod young woman In addition to a pink a hole in io sho got a proofshoot of future and wohti homo with a horoscope that was war ranted not to shrink nor burst on a hot night Of Uiorogujar visitors to tho temple of tho Insplrocl prophetess and of tho luosfc contkling was No G04 East Eighty i third street Miss Clarko a bewitching brunette sinall volca noes iu tho breastsof youth band aro many So are Bach man the only girl ihe eyor her bewilderment Miss advised to consult Mmo do la Earltio The young glvl could not marry more than ono at once so she went uogBioard and plauet reader1 to diitiof a tUlbinma and choose n iaco of hearts ouU of afull hand of trumps On onb occasion Miss Olarka attended a S3 of v tho arounc the in Madam took Sho closedV herself into a tAunco iaud tho sea It shipIs sailing I soo 1 see a man He is on the slilp HeIson ship Is to sink I waves ThemWJsV blonde He Is saying some go sunlopme XliisffiiQniy inple of M ad iim os wp rid or fill themrto Ella Thoyoung nverr ivSpmeon PiMEBTGNS THUGS CREATE TROUBLE They Recklessly Fire Into Crowds of Citizens nicer ton Men Mal treat a of the Leaders vision of the laws as will lay the heaviest burdens on tlm luxuries and the lightest on the necessities of life and that all tarilYs be gradually The resolutions concluded with this declaration We will not support any man for Legislative oflice or any political honor who will not pledge himself in writing to use his influence for the formulation of these demands into TODAY AT SANTIAGO DB Francisco Chronicle deadlock between tho President and ongress still continues Every overture o tbo President has been without elToct so hat at tho present date the country is In lost terrible contusion vBusInoss is un ortain the mticblneryoC government has Imost ceased and Chill is on tho eve ot a olltloal revolution The severe measure refusing to vote supplies adopted by Jongress in ordar to force tbo President ind hlsMlnistcrs to yield to tbe public will snow being felt and a disastrous incon onionco not only In tho mining districts of ho north but on the cantral audsouthern oasts 4Tho law regulating iind authorising the arlff of export and Import duties tbe postal atos the stamping of paper for official documents and other public service became iroldonJnly 2nd Congress having refused 0 frame a bill regulating customs duties etc until President Balmaceda accedes to ts demands This plaoos Chili in as help ess and ruinous position as a most complete var blockade It seems clear to allthat jho Government will but instead he Ministers canyon a most active canvass or support placing tho blame of all the rouble on tho NationalCongress which jhoy say has acted in an unconstitutional and Balmaceda and his friends have had little dilTlculty Iu bdnging on a severe and ruin ous now unable to avo tho country from discredit lossandy as ooroo fear rbvolntlons The law regulating postal rates being stamps are sold incl letters must go free At present cono spondonee to any part of Chill is gratis The foreign mails pay tho usual rates It strikes one as curious to see letters coming a without any stamps Tho Stateis cer tainly kind and Chill Is probably tho only ountry in tho worldwhere letters are car rlecl o cheaply The business of tbo custom houses re mains paralyzed No goods can enter or oavo Tho steamers are at present not allowed to discharge their car goes Tho commorclal houses of Valparaiso ind Iqnlque aro wildat the loss the Gov ernmont is causingthem by thus retaining their Petitioning tho powers that be but which aro invisible is useless and the merchandise remains in Government warohonscs Many merchants have taken action against the Government to recover ilamazes TboPacino Steam Navigation ompany has petitioned tobe permitted to discharge the cargoes of various steamers but these petitions pass from one Govern merit official to another arid none seem to pronounce judgment tho ministry Santiago being noncommittal The country Is drifting toward ruin yet tho capacious pride shortsighted nrnbitlonof a band 6f politicians remain proof against the the country the eloquence of Congvoss and the foar of blood sliocl Tbo Ministers will not resign and Congress moans to forcethcm The town of Inuique how the scene of a groat strike and riot which is for as the direct of work The Thoro goes ayoung man who made the discovery a fbwdays ago thatho was far from boing as iunny as ho had imagined 1 Tho speaker a attired young fellow who walking rapidly south on Statestreet There was a busi ness air about countenance be tokened intiolllgoncc the casual ob server ho would notfgive tho impression tbkt ho or craolred gavo thought tofothor than thegrayeinattors of That young continued speaker is a rather clover poolplayer and upfco so ago ho was a constant dovotop of the HoIs disgusted now and has mad by the laughs whichbo broughtupon himself Up nciTr h is there is a firstclass saloouy the propri and pool room As saloons little brass checks They are coodfor fivecents of goods at my young that lib wouldplay saloon keeper and for teirdaysVor moro he kept up clpso of of pool the brasscheck pocket refusing to speiid it over1 to steady patron ho soon had thau 200 or 300 of X v inthose ohooks one day pt cheoksaud will have Harry g to before vii ALBANY N most disas trous day in the history of the New York Central strike closed tonight Fifteen Pinkerton men aro under the care of sur geons and fivecitizens are so badly wounded that there are fears for their recovery Three Pinkerton inon were arrested and one was so severely handled by the mob that tho police surgeon had to dress his wounds Nearly all the Pinkerton men wero with drawn today fromduty at the crossings within the city limits as their presence serves to excite the throng of onlookers and tho polico took their places About 1 oclock Juntos flatten a Pinkerton man wjis pa trolling the tracks in tho vicinity of Van Wort street He claims to havo beenStrnck with a stone in the chest while ion was knocked down and severely hurt by a gang of roughs Thou he fired his revolver in bo the crowd seriously Bounding Richard Dayer aged 15 Hatton hau no time to lire another shot The crowd surged around him and before tbe police couldinterfere his clothes were torn oil his back Ho was struck with Lists and clubs and presented a pitiable spectacle when rescued from the angry crowd by the police who were obliged to drawtheir re volvers to stem the crowding people The occurrence aToused the passions of the spectators mostly roughs aiidhoodiiims and their numbers woro tho chief of police fearing further trouble es tablished his headquarters iu thestation house near by About 3 oclock a freight train passed through the1city and Pinkerton says it was stoned The police claim that such tho case Ah any when the train reached the Broadway viaduct tho Pinker ton men began a reckless fusillade on the frowd standing in the vicinity Fouroriivo hots werofiredwithoutany provocation Mrs Thomas Hogan standing oh a stoop ither residence the leg ind a small boy shot in tho thigh vowd thistime was wroujrht afear ul pitch of excitement and only by ficiency of tho local police aided by a com nittoe from the strickers were they kept After this incident who iad charge of his forces hero in person called on Chief H6 men had boon assaulted continually and fire inns had been put in tbolr vpossession inly that they mightbemused vhen necessaryifcselfclefense vorlc of prbtectihgtho companys EIo was sorry innocent indadded generally that half cents B ut do It rem arking ustVhpwvmanyhe saloonkeeper was scbbped with Entries and Tips for the Fine Races Ball Game MoxMOUTn PAUK Aug are tho entries for tomorrows races race five furlongs Dublin Cast Steel King Arthur Lithbort 11 Shotover Bill Barry Sterling Lemon Blos som Squando Mirabcan Cecelia Tourist John M Alma Filly Second race one and onesixteenth miles Harrison Garrison JOSMIklcllestone Hornet Mario W Tappahannuck Third race three miles Cody Eleve Bonanza Bela Dundee Fonsetta Fourth raco one and oneeighth miles all Tea Tray Glcnmound Firefly Vivid Signature Mjicbctli IT Sorrento Kern Duke of Leinsver Finnic H oou sigiiee Sunshine race selling Sequence cole BaHhena Ivush lisrht Shcna Van colt Sinaloa Gluleaway Passmoro Francis S Austrlno colt 10n Coltlswood Gleiiclolen filly Sixth race one mile welterweight St Luke Lee Christy Lin guist Zangbar Futurity Ilarrodsburg Stonewall The Clearing Koxise Exchanges SIioxv How the Cities Prosper BOSTON Aug THK TRTB following table compiled from dispatches from the clearinghouses in the cities named give the for tho week ending August Kith with rates per cent of increase or as against similar amounts for the corresponding week of last year MISSOURI BANDITS Thev Rob an Express Train of Rover Gray Gown TIPS 1 Dublin 2 Harrison Garrison a Dundee Tea Tray Macbeth II 5 frequence colt Shenn Van colt 0 Lee Christy St Luke Tlie American Association Toledo St Louis Columbus Louisville 9 Brooklyn ST 3 I Athletics 4 j 14J Syracuse 8 Rochester against the Willard expressed the f the Pinkerton men had never betMFbrought hero the local police would havo been abundantly able to cbpo with the situatiou As it is ho Icars that that there wilLbo further trouble if these men stay here says in thatevent the local ould notbo held responsible he opeatodly informed SuperintondentBlssqll that tho companys property would be well guarded by his own men if no other forces wore brought hereto inflame of the sympathizers of the At 4 oclock another came through and the Pinkerton men nto the crowd a boy named Frank Parks receiving a bullet in tho arm ton man who tired into tho crowd at ihe Van Wert was pursued up the tracks by Kin officer and captured As the prisonerback he was assaulted by a crowd of Pinkerton men who rescued the prisoner and severely boat the All the police are massed at this point and trouble isexpected tonight Tho blockade at West Albany Is almostas bad as on the first the TRAINS BUN ON Youici Aug YorkJOentral were runon schedule time The incoming trains also came in without any delay r No freight trains were sent dny but tho railroad oilicials say they will be run regularly tomorrow THINKS POWDlSIllJY A reporter called on VicePresident Webb today and asked him if idea yetas to what the result of hisinter view with Powdcrly tomorrow would Yes I think I witha smile of much that Gall here tomorrow and subniitv his 8 demands which will bo and I iV will call the strike oft and decide to sacrince the members order on this branch rather than involve inthe fightour entire in the end would be aster to Powderly and other members of theBxec utivoBoard of tho Knights of themselves secluded today It is under stood that they were conf erring oh imporct be done until Powderlynioets AMillionaire Suicides NEW YORK Aug A Jamison a millionaire broker and banker who was stopping with hissister Mrs Amos Getting last night by hanging Jamisons family are out of town and from what could be friends tempor ary Insanity caused by illness and perhaps aggravated by a feeling of loneliness in the absence of his family is thought to have been the cause ot the tragedy Jamison s partner is lames D Commodore of the New York Yacht Club Jliot on a Train number of laborers employed by the Addison Pipe Company located fifteen miles from this here Saturday night and im bibed freely and on their return home on the train this morning which carried a number of passengers a general fight en sued Revolvers were used and when the away11It was found persons wero shot two fatally DEBT PAYING IN CHINA Xo vv York i Philadelphia Si Krancisco liiiHiinore Cincinnati Citv liuflfulo 10 Ijoiiisvillo Now Orleans Dotroit Dcnvor Providence Minneapolis St Piuil Omaha Columbus Duluth Richmond DM Has Indianapolis H artfoic St losoph Washington Peoriu New Haven Portland Oro Memphis SpriiiKtlold Fort Worth Worcester Portland Me Wichita Grand Kapids Sioux City Galvoston Birmingham Norfolk Svrncuse Chuttanoogn Des Moines Lowell Lincoln Lexington Ky New Bedford Los Angeles Topeka Montreal Halifax Luke ljm253 703 00 J 1 Total 10 S I 22 2 21 5 eois Decrse 14 A uuLsiUoiNuw iork 10 3 Not InQludofl in totals tins time last year an increase of No clearinghouse nt THE CONfiRESSIOHAL PROGRAMME BATHE Aug M aster Sargent of the B rotherhood ot Loco raotivo Firemenand of of Railway Conductors whererthey will meet SwitchmensAssociation and hood of Trainmen to consider vU iparmers Adopt Deinp cratiCTariffIdeas prpceedlnss thisrnprning There theNationaT abolished lthat optiotfdjiialirigior garnlHijigln agricultural andmercantile Curious Results of a Common Prac tice of the Country writer the NorttiChina Herald of The Shanghai has lately taken foe his thcmo the peculiar Chinese practice of settling debts usb before New Years Day which has often wen praisedby Western observers but ho does not applaud so much custom has lie says its roots in caoses First that everybody owes something secondly that a noat necessity exists for short settle and thirdly thatno onewill pay a debt until ho is forced to do so Tyrannical custom compels most persons to live beyond their means Marriages and funerals are the of the people Tbe farming classes are n perpetual difficulties while the small tradtfcs work on such a narrow margin that frequent accommodation is essential On the other hand the balances in the lands of creditors are so small that no one jan afford to leave his money out of call for than a few Finally the uni QUAYS PBECIPI TATK BITTER DEBATE Measures to Come ChinoHO Minister Cautions Americans Against toaninc Money to Corea THE MESSENGER OPENED THE SAFE And a Gunny Sack Pull of Plunder Was Carried Famous Robbers Cut Was tho Scene Boise Sate Criminal Record door hv of v versa habit is to avoid discharging liabali ties i possible So at New Years time thsro isa flight and Creditors hunting reluctant debtors are themselves creditors of their own The nation in short in a vicious circle and its only period of brief pause is New Years Day The double anxiety of a Chinese in the moon is to find some one else to be found himself Any particular creditor hunting any particular debtoi wilt find himseir antici pated by a swarm of other creditors btmtr svune ame It is greatly to tbe In terest of all partien that no claim for debt should go into the courts of for this notonly amount in dispute but all the est of the property of bqthparties would bo in danger of being wasted Forthese reasons the role of the debtor torepresentthat he is harrassed by importunate creditors to such an extent thatlieknows not which to turn In ninetynine out of hundred the creditor PHLLKT TO CAldrj Thentbe debtor sets his wits to work to In yent new occasions ior begging for a nolle If1 the creditor were to hold and cease his claims that would bo the ead them for an in definite period perhaps forever and this he knows Therefore once haying taken holdhe keeps his grip like the jaws of a bulldog till he gets his pound of vigilance isthe price at which this isto eternal vigilance Chinese creditor has supply To the altogether is a many debtors the trying solstice Muny are the individuals who felgiir and can who venture on the street for many days before who fact theliYesof thieves untiljust at the close ot the emergefrom to get their heads foy knowing that they havV eluded debtor his creditors at this WASHISOTOK Aug programme of business for the rest of tho session will be determined in the Senate this week present understandingis carried out Quay will introduce his amended resolution to under the it is expcted willgo over until Tuesdayfor action It will not be referred to the Committee on will bo disposed of in the Senate WhenIt comes up for consideration a motion will be made to include the Federal Election bill in the list of measures that shall be con sidered TariIV bill is disposed of This is expected to precipitate a debate of some length and considerable bitterness between two wings of tbe Republican ma lority Quayand Aldricb who is acting with believe the resolution will bo jassed by a good majority with no amend ment It is probable that tomorrow will be sus pension day in the House and tho committees will be alloVod to call up selected measures for action Under this order the Committee on Education if it bo reached in the call will seek to pass tho Senate bill for addi tionalaid to agricultural colleges Tho Comrmttcoon Agriculture Ss to have the and possibly for several days following in order to discuss andact upon the compound lard and meat Inspection bills When these measures arc disposed of it is passible that tho Labor Committee will have a day if tho Election Committee docs not Insiston the pending contested election cases i CHINAS ON COHBA The Chinese Minister at this city has re ceived information that some Americans represent that the Corean Government is seeking to negotiate a loanIn its behalf with iri the United The Minister deemsit his duty to make public the fact tljat negotiations of such a loan at this time is not approved by theChinese Government to which that of he says is tributary Corea he says is a poor small and not in condition to pledge any of its revenues as security for a It is already indebted Chinese Government In a considerable to its King a number of years ago The Minister says the Chinese Government would the customs or other revenues of Ccrea to bo appropriated to aforeign loan so long as its own indebtedness AXSAS CITY Aug Pacific Ex press Company lost by train on the Missouri Pacific Railway early this morning It was the Kansas City that fell into the hands of the Tho train was crowded with passengers and tho safe of tho express company was with money consigned much of it to1 Western The train left Tipton about o a m Two mysterious figures woro seen by tKO engineer lurking around the forward end of the uain but no particular attention was paid to them Just after leaving Tipton tho fireman turned toward tho tender to firo up and looked squarely into tho tw revolvers In tho hands of two They had evidently boarded the forward platform of tho blind mail car Tipton and were crawling over toward tho engine One of tho bandits covered tho fireman with his revolver while the other took caro of tbo They wero told to hold up their hands Now vou run this train to tho Ottervillo ordered tho leader and stop there if you attempt to stop at any other place or give a signal of alarm you 11 bei a dead and tho robbers placed their weapons close to the heads of their victims Tho engineer and firemen wero AT THE BANDITS MBUCY and could only obey The Cttervillo water tank stands in Bobbers oast of Ottorvillc It was there that tho noted outlaws tho James boys committed one of their most daring robberies andtbo Younger brothers perpetrated one of their Cut was reached tho on irineer stopped tho triin You come with the leaders ad dressed theongineer and you tend to tho he said to his miiHnoorwas commanded to go to the ex ross car and tell the messenger to open tho door When he reached the express car ho found that tho two robbers had five con fed orates stationed at different places about the car all heavily armed and their laeei concealed behind masks Ho walked to tho of the express car ana covered the revolvers of threo tho robbers called to the express messenger Sam Avery to open tho door suspecting no danger Avery pushed back the door As he dla so the tho robbers and his confederates pushed their revolvers In and ordered the messenger to up his hands The order was promptly obeyed and the three robbers jumped Intp thecar They proceeded which was locked Avery omraanded to open it at tho point of cvoTver and did so Ono of the robbers infolded a gunny sack and ilaccd the entire In the t the unusual stopping of the wont orward to what was the Ha ot only as far as tho rear end tho exi iress car whouhe was Halted by one obbcrs who told him to go back and L1JO conductor hurried back to coach and excitedly informed the jassengers what was going onand advised hem to hide their valuables Money vatches jewelry and vis shoved into boottops into cracks cuih oned seats and anywhere to get of The conductor had just warned tho pas engers in the second car when V tarted again The robbers had finished v heir work and escaped The engineer nulled the train into men vcre left to arouse tho Shorltf and organJza i posse to pursue the jad left their tracks in the vcre followed for somo distance east ana inally lost The Sheriffs posse and ves arc scouring the bors and considering tho short o capture some of them at THEY GOT NINETY The exact amount of stolen can not be learned The agmt xprcss company heicc will say notbingabout the occurrence except to the story of the robbery sources it that the money Intfto and other valuablesiprobably amounted 1 00 AN OREGON STAGE HELD TJB wvirfcE Aug st ween here and Lake View was held up thli morning by two masked Tho robbwrj secured the mail bags from the passengers The express tairied only asmall amount of B ARMASS TERMS OF PEACE He Jemands Many Things That Not Concede CITY MTJXICO from say that President Barillas yesterday received the members of the Diplomatic who called to ascertainhis of peaxje He the only terms were the retirement ofOzeta from Gov ernment of Salvador andrthe reestablish state ofaffairs existing prior to the death of Menendez and that Salvador treat Guatemala as allies and CrOVem critic1il epochf findsifa rwf or one soon ie ivis may call sbestiaandv not f oster rebellion against Teitlier Govern Goyernar GprracoscTof Chiapas telegraph ed that tbe State been active in preventingthe Mexicans Guatemalanrefugees into Guatemala with numbers of Mexi where oiTering has ordered the authprities pf frontier to exercise the gi 1 ance to preserve neutrality It is rumored I nwaid ly 3welllrigwi andjfp ry a c f iplayjed hostilities A Union YesteriiyJ ah was Pacific announc Hills Paul Eaulsen a was downed by holdups at 2oclockx morning and relieved of a gold watch and hainanS S60 Three men him f rom an alley One m n choked the cround and tho others In r a minute The scene of was on a principal thorough street arc electric light a square away either side and a dance In progress hi hair thirty feet distant About tramps and A uoisB ROBBEII cAtroHT BOISE CITY Ida Aug A man namcdEichison atout ttfsvn with no means ot pert assaulted a Colored fraii and here Scottad about him caught AiVd now is helutpy answer assault with intentto vu cist of this city was burglars stolen sledgeHampers from through prbprietbr but forborne reason he jvas a dealt   

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