Tuesday, August 19, 1890

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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING DAILIES In tne City Conibiaod THE MOST EXTENSIVE BESTVADYEFTISINeiMEDIUM In the Rocky Mountain TGI 231 XAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY AUGUST 19 1890 PRICE FIVE CELTS CLIMBING OP TO PARITY Tiio Splendid Upward Strides Being Blade by Silver YESTERDAYS PURCHASES AND PRICES The Interstate Commnrco Statisti cian MukcK an Interesting Report Itooiprocifcy Programme for the Ericsson Notes WAHiriKOTOsr Aug amount of filvcrofrorctlfo tho Treasury Department ioday was ounces Tim amount purchased was us follows Forty thousand ounces ounces at ounces at Tho sev entyJive local purchases by tlie minis from ihomh to Kith Inclusive amount to 177 otinccH Tho prloo of silver In Lon don today was M tho highest point since April J878 rt HubKoquontly offers wore received from Pftn Frnnelsco to sell ounces at St 10 at SlIH both offers Tills mado tho total offerings today ounces and the total acceptance A tlKCflKOCITV AMKNJOMJSNT Senator offered tho following amendment to Turin hill which was re ferred to tho CJommltloo on Finance whenever tho President of tho United States shall be satisfied that a sugarproducing country whore sugar Is exported to tho United States has abolished its duties or taxes on thoImportation of tho principal agricultural of the United ho ruayh proclamation diminishor wholly romltUio duties imposed by law on sugar produced anfl exported directly from any Hitoh country to Mio United Htatos so long as such products of the United States aro admitted free of duty or tax into such country and no Edmunds also gave notlco of another amendment which ho Intended to propose the ProHldonfc whenever nntls ficd that unjust discrimination was made by any foreign country against any product of tlie United States to make i proclamation excluding the products of that country Tho statistician of tho TntorStato Commerce Commission has completed his second annual report to tho Commission Tho report covers tho transactions of 001 shows tho operations of miles of lino press earnings for tho year exclusive of rental of tracks yards and terminals woro or por mile of lino This loaves tho not Income fom tho operations or por milo of lino After deductions are mado from tho fixed charges the final not income for nil tho roads In the United States was or por mile of lino Thetotal amount of stock is shown to bo of whloh aro earned by tho railway corporations Tho total amount of Is of which owned by tho railway Corporations From this It uproars that the total stocks and bonds ropresenting railway property In the hands the pnbllc is Tho report further shows that tho pas earnings increased from per oont of total earnings In to per emit In J880 while tho freight earnings oroasyd from por oont in to percent In NOKTI1BUN VACnriO MHO IflNTfllWS KoprosoritntivG Garter of Montana today to tho House from tho Committee on Mines and Mining a bill to provide for the examination class HoaUon of certain mlnoral lands It uuthorims tho Secretary T of the interior to speedily cause all lands in Montana and Idaho within the land 1 grant and indemnity land grant limits of tho Northern PadlUc Kuilronci to bo examined and classified by competent persons with special roferonoo to thclrmin onrl or nonmineral character and to reject disallow any and all elaltns or heretofore made or which may here afterhemade byior on behalf of tho Kail road Companion land In those States class ified as mineral land Tho viord mineral shall not bo hold to Include Iron or coal Tho bill also provides for appealsfrom tho finding of thovoxamlnors and for suon pub licity of classification returns as will plvp notice to all persons of tho conclusions reached with regard to each land Tho committee thinks with this publicity and with tho right of appeal it cannot bo maintained that property interests may bo disposed of under tho bill without duo pro cess of law The sum of laappro priated to carry out the provisions THK ERICSSON TCMiiAriKATJOtf Tho Acting Secretary of tho Navy sent tho following instructions to tho commandant of tho navy yard at Now York today Ipon tho occasion oC the embarkation oC tho re mains of Captain Ericsson It Is desired by tho President to give solemn expression to tho cordial and fraternal idling that unites us with a kindred peoplo tlio present source ofa largo body of our most valued of whom tho liito inventor a Scan dluavlan by birth and sin Ameri can by adoption was a illustrions osanvplo In recognition of this teollUK and of tho debt wo owo Sweden for the gift ofEricsson whoso geniusrendered highest service in a moment of grave porll and anxiety It la rllreotod that at this moment when we give back his body to natlvocountry the 5ag ofSweden shall besaluted by the squadron Tlio De nartmont therefore issued tbo following instructions Tho colors of thosquadron will bo at half mast during tho ombarka tion minute puns wlllbo firedfrom tho monitor during tlio psissage of tho body from the shore to as tho Ualtlmoro gets under way and passes tho vessels of the aqundrou oaoh vossel will masthead her colors display tho Swedish ensign and firo Tho National salute of twentyone guns when tlio Baltimore will iu mediate proceed to A Colorudo Kallropfl Vreclc Aug telegram was received at noon from Bnrola south of the city a wreck hud occurred and asking for surgeons A special truin wss made up at once tho surgeons thatcould bo obtained wont to tho sconeof thoiaccldeni The wrecked train loft this early to repair a bridge that had beon just bolow Barola on the Utilou PaMHe It is hot known iust how the aocl doitoccurred but it is the ouBliibor tried to stop tho train in time and nil wore ditched Sovon persons killed rxndfouitoon wounded tlcuJjvrs cannot bo Obtained until the return of tho i Later reportsfrom the scone of tho wreck l only pne man Waft WUed and elghtceu biidly injured accept for Mexico a cnnsign mont of cartridges as at tho time the goods are ready the bonding privileges which Canada enjoyed would bo abrogated Tno letter was laid before the Minister of Cus toms who will brh g it before a Cabinet meeting This Is the first definite state ment that haH been made of the Intention of the American Government and it has cre ated considerable surprise hero THE GRANT KKMOVAli The Only Condition Imposed by the Generals Widow WASHINGTON Aug Pis Francisco Chronicle Congressman John Qulnii noday received from U S Grant a reply to his letter to tho widow of GeneralGrant requesting that she state her wishes regarding the proposed removal of the great warriors remains to Arlington National Cemetery here It Is dated Salem Center Wcstchester county Auguwt 15th and Is as follows John DEAU Mrs Grunts riiqiiHst 1 Inive tlio hmior of renlvmgto VOUroourUioiiB lettur of August asking for iin oxprcsHion of her wishes In relation to tho ro movul of Gonnnil Grants nuiuutis to the vicinity of as proposed in ft coucurront reso lution by Siiiuitor IMiimb Colorusl Grunt wrolmi loiter for publ eiition with tho hitijiitlon of saving liur if jmssiblc fro n lln alTootlMjc ttinioyancH of buiiig b on in winch hu hLr anil tho viows of ihu resard to thit In thai Colonol Grant said in Hiub Ktancf that such removal with Cougrcfcs and not with Gonorul Gnuifri fiunlly If iiiii peoplo bv not of CimyruHS ohooso to re move Grants nMnnins to or iionr nsfusn her consent only hi OIIHO no provision mado for hor family rest bv his sUlo This to emphasize Sim will bo Kind to a inoiuimeiit begun at luast which wilt miirlc tho last resting place of hor husband Vory respectfully yours U o Oil ANT Mr Qulnn Intends if possible to hold tho Plumb resolution in committee until tlio Now Yorkdelegation shall dotermino whether It will fight tho plan to abandon tho tomb at Riverside A mooting will probably bo called within a day or two A PROHIBITION SENATOR IIK WANTS TUBSKNATE INTOXICANTS The Claims Appropria Contested Election Case Dis posed Congressional Aug tbo Senate Quay gave formal nolico of intention to ask tho bonato to adopt tho order proposed by him Saturday to oommonoo voting on tho Tariff bill on tho BGthoC August and to postpone till the next session all other legis lative business except tho classes of bills therein specified Tho notice went over till tomorrow Tho Semite 1hon proceeded to considera tion of the Deficiency bill The committee inserted an Item which was agreed to by the Senate appropriating for a stoam vessel on Iugot Sound to prevent the viola tion of tho Chinese restriction aob and of tho customs laws Tho amendment appropriating an aggre gate of for payment tho ronch spoliation claims was opposed by Plunib who said the claims wero essentially Iraudit lisnt not for tlio borient of the claimants but of tlio attorneys and as amendment was defended and aclvooatod by Halo Blair and Morgan and agrood to Tho bill was reported to tho Sonato ana all amendments tliat were to by the coinnUtteo were agreed to In bulk tho only onereserved forspooial vote being tho one Inserting an item of to complete tho investigation by tlio Department of as to tho underflow of artesian waters acid thoir advisability Tor irrigation Tlio amendment was dismissed for nearly twohouvs and eventually agreed to Ilio bill then passed Ihimb ollorod a resolution instructing theCoinmlttHui on Rules to make such orders ns will wholly prevent the sale of spirituous vinous or malt liquors hi the Sonato wing of tlio Capitol Blair suggested the insertion of tho words and have no objection Tho resolution wont over till tomorrow Tho tarilV bill was then taken up but without coming to a voto on Plumbs tho duty ou tin plates tho Sonato adjourned House WASHINGTON Aug tho House Mr Swoonoy presented and the Houso agreed to tho conference report on tho Son ato reorganize and establish tho cus toms collection district of Pugot Sound On motion of Moriill tho Senate bill was passed authorising the construction ofa bridge across tho Columbia river by tlio Oregon Railway Extension Company On motion of Oummlngs tho Sonato bill waspassed granting loaves of the employees In tho customs service up tho Mississippi contested election cuso of Chalmers against Morgan The majority reports finds in favor Mor gan tho Hitting member which was agreed to Hitt from tho Committee on Foreign A ffalrs moved to suspend tho rules pass the Sonato Joint resolution provid that nothing Diplomatic and Appropriation bill shall bo con to Interrupt thpopublicatlon of the report of tho International American oon foranoo Breokinrldgo factiously inquired publications would contain certain recent letters of the Secretary of State on tbo subject of reciprocity and on Hltt replying that thoy only tbo proceedings of tho conference Breokin ridgo sent to tho Clerks desk and had road Secretary Blsvinoa second lottor to Senator Fryo A motion to suspend tho rules and pass was agreed to 0 x Adjourned WORK AT GREYTOWN A Panama Canal DreadingPlant to be fv NEW special advioes froin San Francisco comes tho information of tlio purchase by the Nicaragua Canal plant of tho American Drofiglng Company at Ooloii for morly used on tho Avorks of the Panama Xhp plant is now being rapldly ordor for del Nprto and some drodgpsTand tugs firo already on tbeir Avay ithero Tho chief engineer has San Juan attend to This tho greatest part of the ClTocUvc the Panama canal drodgos are of exoop tloual power and capability ful dredgbs aro to in harbor dredgliij aridinexcftVatlngltheflrsttfen miles of f ronv tho south to tbo flrsii lock MORE DUBOiS DELEGATIONS Slioup and Sweet Will fee nominated by Acclamation REPUBLICAN SERENITY IN IDAHO Boise Democrats Dont Hanlcer for Douglas on the Federal jGlcction Clay tonBrecJunridffe Minority Report An Important Worldsi mooting bf Fair tlned to be an bxolfcius BOISE Crrr Idaho Aug Special to Some thirtyfive members of tho Republican Convention arrived here from tho South tonight among whom was Judge Willis Sweet The entire delegations from the North are here and all arc en thusiastic and sanguine for a sweeping Re publican victory Tho convention will moot at 8 p m on The indi cations are that inaddifibn to tbo 110 dele gates many leading Republicans from all parts of tho State will bc in attendance Advices received today from the county conventions of Cassia Boar Lake Lomhl and Idaho state that from each of tboso countioa the delegates will support Sbonp for Governor Sweet ior Con gress and Dubols for the Shoup and Swootwill bo nominated by acclamation without a doubt unless unheardof compli cations arise Tho convention will be tbo most outhusiastio body of representative Republicatft over assembled in Idaho TlllJ DBMOCllATIO CONVENTION The Democrats are holding their county convention hero The nominations so far as completed arc as follows For tbo State Senate Clciy Branatotter and H JY Johnson Sheriff Joq Oldbam Assessor Thomas Goss County Clerk King dele gates to the State convention George Ains loy Clay Branstotter Frod Bougie J J McGoo G A Hoaloy W H Coughenhour and R Williams Tbo ticket will be com pleted tomorrow The Republicans con codo it to bo a fairly strong ticket but tbe fact that II was a difficult thing to got men to accept the nominations shows thai tbo Democratic rank and tile are not over san guine as to the result Ada county is strongly Republican Northern Idaho sends thirtyfour dele gates to tho Republican ConventionThirty arrived tonight Those delegates traveled on an average ofGOO miles to roach bore At tho Territorial Conventions in past years those northern counties sent only two or throe delegates carrying proxies for the balance Thofact tlf iitT almost full delega tions aro now horp shows tho deap Incorqst of tlio Republicans In the campaign Thirty delegates have arrived from Central and Eastern Idaho Tho convention will beal most full composed bood has aroused tlio Republicans to deep Oavanaugh from Rocky Bar with aprbxy ARE The Salt Lako Herald qharges thatnot a solitary Ropublican was run in by the of ficial the United States Marshals iri soutboastorn Idaho arid that tho warrants for illegal voting are all for Democrats or The should bavo stated for Mormons Tho following is a list of tho arrests com plained ofWilliam Yrost Bishop Paris Arthur Budge son of President Budge Munson Clerk tbo Bear Lake Jamos Hart member of and a member of the Mormon Church David Osborn First Counsellor to tho Bishop of Moutpcdlor J Y Haight president of tho Cassia Stake Those wpm all arrested for nnlaAYful registration unlawful voting two years ago These and a few others only persons that have boon arrested by the United States authorities for crimes against the election law Congressman Springer in Jus speech on tho Idaho stated that tho Mormons would quality and vote An order has been recently mado by tbo National Domocrutic Oommlttoo to seouro tbo Mor mon vote for an agent sonting tho committee is here for that pur pose Tbo talk of tlipJJproW and other Mor mon shoots that tbe Mormqhs do to voto is only a blind of thin gaiizo AN ATtUSiyE DEMOCRAT EVANSTON Special to Tho joint discussion here to night between Hon Joseph M Carey and George W Baxter an overwhelm ing victory for theforhier The debate was opened by is irately that man klnd witnesses so much of distortion in famy and littleness individual and his work as in the lease of this wouldbe tatosman Scarcely bad Baxter opon ed the dobato he be gan to assail and Warren Carey and and kept bis mud battery operating his entire1 harangue V Judge the platform was signal for uubqundedi applause and his ofi tbo merits of tho Republican partytothe support of the and Ixisdisni nod dohunciatiqn and refutation of Baxtors personal abuse elicited tbo the entire DOUGLAS ON THBEtiECTl6k BILL San Frbdorlok great colored loader andUnltedStatcs Minister to H ay is resting lait hiSilieaut if iil bdnie In Anacbsta j ust abross aof isV more thoroughly insympaiby the toXpress tho Elections bill to v passage Ho repels i vwitlv declares that lie Jandhispbrethron are heart and souiv f was the federal f or ireplied i egard tb e m i qsvi m portant Daniel 1 HQCi V U v report otv rbrii Cobji of police at Stand Rock aijohoy deittl Ho Boone of Minnesota and a man the Hp lives A YEAR THAT IS THE TRIBUTE DEMANDED OF S AJLVAD OK A tittle Light on Motivesrln Deelaring Week of Predicted CITY OF San Francisco Chronicle Tho most influential and vroalthy of well as tho lower have oiTerod their sorvicos and money to Ezeta to prosecute tlie waiagainst Guate mala The people have become tired ofvbho yoke which Guatemala has forced upon Salr and have decided to lend all tbeir support and make thoir Troops arc being massed upon the frontier and if the army of occupation of not already moving it is probable they will bo tomorrow when a battle will be in all probability According to tho Union of this city Sal vador under tho presidency of paid a tribute to the Guatemalan President of a year which itis said was ployed to tb at func On tho downfall of revolution General whobecame presidentof Salvador continued his disT graceful tribute to Barillas became President of Guatemala by of Barrios General Carlos Ezeta President Salva dor on takiiig the reins of Government bis own halnds positively refused accedo to the demands of Barillas for cpntiinued payment of this tribute and war ouce precipitated Exeta says Salvador is of submitting to tbe tyranny of Guatemala arid its presumptions demands bo stopped The answer of the diplomatic corps which infers tho deposition of this tribute has stirred tlio meut to action again and beonoponod The outposts of the said to bo ihilcs city of Guatemala but this is to bo exaggeratM in distance sqmb twenty miles It is believed here that tbe ency of Barillas in his present cause but it appears asyet that bo is master of the situation facias the Government is concerned in Guatemala and has been the beginning pt the present is upon tho authority tbljig to the cnntraiyshould a grain of It been 111 advised in the present casajand all here deplore the1 f actitbat the terms ofrered by tlie diplomatic corps not1 accepted CbSSCKDwiONB INGtlATEMATO SAN FRANCISCO letter from states that a proclamation has been men who wero not ready or military duty would be Nearly all of first went to tlie1 front 1 battles with the Aracricans are safe for they protectionof oi the legation Every servant eypnvthqse on tbo intotho war to supplyfobd rProyislons a tbo city iis under offered tbeir services to men ments then seized bytbo Requests the Sew York Centra toDeclare Itself A PLAIN STATEMENT OF THE CASE Interesting Correspondence Made Strike Not Over Yet Trouble at Pinkertons Kemforced at Albany that amounted to anything which did not PjllimCDI V THE R8BT have force behind it rUrrfyLnLI SI1kllIl HUSS I i I have seen it statedthat colored men have been found who were against the passage ofthe bill I cannot believe they are sane The grand old Republican party has from its birth stood for tho right and it is impossible for it to escape tbo responsi bility ot securing to every citizen tbo privilege of easting bis ballot and having it counted The exigency of tlio times created tho It was IIfo for a special purpose wiis to place this Government upon stronger and broader foundations Tills country is the home1 for the poor man as well as for tho rich T hope that the sun has all but set upon the day when mans complexion debars him from the benefits to which ouiv Constitution guarantees The Republican party can no more abandon its misslpivtban the waves oC the sea can remain motionless A FURIOUS MINORITY WASHINGTON Aug Press Marsh todaypre sented to the House the report of the Demo cratic minority ofthe Committee on Elec tions in tlie ease of Clayton vs Brockin ridgo Second Tho rejport says With one excepljion the district has always gone Democratic and tho presump tion should bo in favor of tho Democrat as against the Republican contestant Tbo theft of a ballotbox iii tho case is admit ted but it is hold that it clid not change tbe result of tbo election as Democrats carried the district by a majority 140 even allowing tho Republicans thodisputed votes in every The report comments Instruction of the House to make afull1 and thorough in vestigation of thisexceptional calls attention to the great number of charges and conntorcbarges and issues involved and states that tho committee spent but twelve in taking evidence Saysthe The House may report and it will be called from proceedings still more unusual and shocking how disgracefully and criminally has this case been preju dice and malice deadened every sensibility intheftontlemon from tho House and tlio countryhad a right to expect Some baso and ingenious mindseems to have guided them and it is not Car short of the truth to say that this investigation has been a miserable farce and tbo nnijority report is unfounded hr truth1 by the evidence and defaced by tition of partisan slanders riot sustained by any In conclusion the those entrusted with official power forget arid majority of tlio committee has clone ib brings distrust and odiumupon their party and upbii the House and their actmis conclusions should be rejected and rebuked Never has a groat question been so wretchedly go feebly so unjustly and soscandalously treatodiiand adjudicated un der injury and wrong is not a1 proper mode ofredress and if1 the House refuses to1 put the seal of its approval upon the report and recommendations of tbe committee then we appeal to tho people to iebulco it by their NETV YORK Aug executive committee of tbo Knights of Labor headed by Powderly presented the result of their consideration oi1 tlio strike on tho Now York Central to VioeProsident Webb this morn ing It was in the shape of a formal com munication which Webb saidhe would road carefully and return an answer this after noon There is no material change in tbo condition of It now appears that Powderly was not with the rest tbo board when the formal demand was made on Webb this morning He and Secretary Hays left for Buffalo last night v Webb has changed his mind in view of Towderlys conference in Buffalo and will not reply to the demand otf the board till after be hears from It is sur mised that a compromise is in progress at Buffalo rOWIJEIvIA AND The correspondence between VicePrcsi dent Webb of tho New York Central and GrandMaster Workman Powderly was made public tonight On August JOth Powderly addressed a letter to Webb saying that ho had been Investigating the cause of the Central strike and asking for an interview on Monday to discuss tho question ol arbitrating thedifferences which existed botwecn tho Now York Central and its knights of Labor employees Webb in ro ply granted the interview but at tho same tirnu wished that the matter could bo pre SLMited to him In writing Powderly re plied the next day saying that ho bad been called away from the city bo was obliged tocommit to paper what be would rathor discuss in person Ho says Tf I am correctly informed old and faith ful employees oi tho New York Central have boon summarily dismissed fromservice by the company because they were active mem bers of of Labor It is repre sented to me that up to the time of their discharge they wero faithful to theinter ests of the company and not oho word of discredit stands against theindus trial record of any of these wbo wore discharged prior to Aug ust 8th That in brief is tho men The frequency of the dismissals left but little room for doubfc lirtbe minds of tho men that they wore in danger of discharge at a mo ments iaoticc heuco tho strike The whole question binges upon tho discharge of of Labor because they are sucb can that tbeso men wore working injury to their mindod men say that they treated as they dosorvcd If they for railroad company has everything tosgain and noth ingto an investigation If they deserved dismissal from tho service of tbe willnot ask for their reinstate ment If however they woro displaced bo cause of with the Knights it should be known for if that be tliepolicy of tbo Now YorkCentral that no Knights of Labor are to bo employed then to that effect will clear up all doubts and lie no derstanding There will bo nothingthen to arbitrate so long as you hold to that opin VTho interests of tho public tbe interests of the company you represent and tbe right of tlie people to organize for self protection aro all involved in this contest Tho policy of the order of Knights of Labor towork peacefully in the lino of educa tional reform it is not the policy of the Institution no matter what its enemies may say toenter hastily upon a Tlic present strike may be pointed to in refutation of that last assertion but until investigation into the or causssis had that must remain a disputed cases thathave been peacefully and quietly ad justed through tbo intervention of the Knights of Labor not heralded broadcast as they would Jiave been bad they strikes prove thatour aim is to avoid strikesrather than precipitate thom The interests of the pnblic require freight and passenger traflic should work smoothly the interestsof the company re qtiiro exactly thing and in addi tion that such traffic The interests of workingpeople are the same as others but tbeir right to organize they wish to be long to is fully as dear to them as tbeir pe cuniary interests can possibly is organization the which is to work foreducational and legislative advantages called upon to defendits members who up to the time of tbeir dismissal bad worked only in an educational and legislative di rection wo have a right to question A Each man no matter is as a part any other man New York Centralis tributary to arid well being of munity but the to the corporation in question its strength and wealth Of that community at least 30 per cent are working people and belong to that isame element of society that dare uot or ganize for tbeir own Some one said since this began is not He was a railroad director Ibelieve He spoke truly for liberty ls far dearer to the laborer and that is what struggles for thatls what is wbeuhe is dis Knight of Labor If liberty was valued so highly mea up and treasure s their be blamed for striking f they struck wiselyin this case is to be Who is to deter tbatyou arc if ver diet is to both side Salvadoriah a v progressing A A dispatch f and Gruatenialan will befa rwee lo ot lie i L OA ArtAF ilifyM A rtWr men niust both Asides men aro jnit the arbitration ypu consent todo the sameTt youy will agree tosubm it thematter arbi tration wevcan meetrarrangia details and iiow newspa admit arbitration cannoi enter a but leads does not deem It consistent with its con tinued prosperity in business and the dis charge of the duties it owes to the people w submit the propriety of its action hi tho discharge of any of its employees to arbi tration I have rend your communication with care and I foregoing answers tho points prescribed by and defines tho position of this Webb said to a reporter tonight that the freight service was complete ami every thinR working smoothly between hero aud Buffalo Al freight received yesterday had been cleared up and left for its destination Tho places of all strikers had beon filled and there was not a single vacancy on the road THE STRIKE AT BUFFALO Aug strike remains unchanged Thfc switchmen aro still lirm and not a freight train is moving The passenger trains aic running on time and no disturbance is anticipated Lee repre senting the Knights of Labor of this city sent the following mysterious cipher dis patch to the Now England Protective Rail Avay Union at Boston today ever whatever or more Be in It is understood that this is tho prelude to a general strike which may como at any AX IMPORTANT COIfFBRENCB An important conference is in session here Those taking part it it arc Powderly Grand Master of tho Knights of Labor 1 P Sargent Grand Master of tho Brother hood of Locomotive Firemen and tho President of the Supremo Council of Rail road Employees G W Howard Grand Master the Brotherhood of Railroad Con ductors S E Wilkinson Master of tho Brotherhood of Hailrcad Train men and Frank Sweener Grand Master of the Switchmens Mutual Aid Association Sargent says tho assemblage is the result of a telegraphic request from Powderly for a meeting Tbe precise object of tho gather ing is not yet known tho conference ended tho members of it declined to talk except to say that they wore going to Now York Humor has it that they will consult with Wobb GONE JO 8KB WEBB Trainmaster Malonoy was working bard at the East Buffalo yards all day to raise the freight blockade He succeeded in get ting out twelve trains of the dressed beef cars crowded on siding and some of the moat must bo spoiled by tbo de lay The stockmen suffer bitterly because thousands of dollars worth of stock must be sold because it cannot be shipped Grand Master Sweeny of the Switchmens Aid Association Chief Conductor Howard of the Brotherhood of Railroad Conductors Grand Master Wilkeson and Grand VicePresident Morrissey of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen Frank Sargeanfc Chief of tbo Brotherhood of Fire men constituting tho executive committee of the Supremo Council Federation of Rail wayBrotiherhbpds left for Now York to night They will lay the matter before Webb t6morrow Ono of two thingswill Webb will uphold Division Superintendent Barrows in tho case of the discharged switchmen or howill arbitrate with tho committee If the latter all well and good if the former word will bo returned to Buffalo and John licylme who will bo onfrom the West in time to take charge of tho strike will order out all men belonging to tho Brotherhood today canvassed tbo local assemblies and found them favor able to assistance if needed In other words tbo Lake firemen and grain shovolers will strike at tho tho the Cen tral men are all called out MOHEMNKKHTOTf RIFLES ALBANY Aug was no trouble in this vicinity today of any though the crowds tonight at the several crossings between this city and WestXI bany largo as usual Tbo Pinker ton force atWest Albany was Increassd to 600 men today and an additional number of rifles distributed among them The officialstonight said tho boy Dwyer who was shot PInkerton guard yes terday in a critical condition The Executive Board of District Assembly posted a bulletin tonight saying that at a union meeting held at East Albany this evening consisting of 104 engineers and firemen on tlio Hudson and Mohawk devislons of the Central Road it was unanimously resolved that they stand by tbe Knights of Labor In tbeir struggle for mamtainence of their organization and they pledged themselves to do all in their power those working upon their engines to come them EUROPEAN NEWS MUlRAGES AT BRIGHM Some Good Running Over a Heavy Track A GOOD OLDFASHIONED CONTEST A Tenthousand Dollar Race on for Today at Monmontfi Famouu Threeycnrolcls Entered Ball Games and I stii 11 li opef brra s peedy ter m in a tion of th e The British Parliament The Kaiser in Russia ST tbo Emperor oi Germany arrived at Narva last evening he wasattired in the uniform of tbo Viborg regiment and wore the decoration of the of St Andrew Czar was In of the Alexander regi ment and on his breast was tbe decoration of tbo German order of tbe Black Eoglo jPAltlJlAMENT PROIlOGiED LONDON Aug Parliament was pro rogued today Tbo Queens speech stated that negotiations had been entered into to j amicably adjust theinternational disputes concerning the African possessions An agreement bad been already reached recog nizing tlie British protectorate over Zanzi bar and aFrench protectorateover Mad An oifor had been made to the States tosubmit tbe questionto arbitratipn Controversies have arisen and theFrench iishermcn respecting the true France by tbese is the anxious attention of tbe Government gTONOR TO strCCEKD NEWMAN says Stbner wiir succeed CardinalNewman Mr in of Paris declined to make Newmans death he could never forgive AN AMERICAN SWIMMERS Davis Dalton American has accom tbe feat ot swimming the English Channel fromGrisncx to on bis backia finished strong A boatacted as pilotto the swimmer coffin containing dinal Nowuian was today placed on a catafalque in front ofthe in the Fathers as sisted by Bishops Clifford OJSeIlly Hedleyand Bagshal a dirge Duke seventy clergymen BRIGHTON Aug morning dawncoV beneath a canopy of dark clouds and the rain soon began to fall leaving the track in a rather deplorable condition Scratch ing was freely indulged in so that tbo fielda were small But even then the racing good At tbe ilrst race Alma followed closely by King Arthur and tho rest headedr for the post whero after a short delay tbcy woro sent away with Cecelia in the lead followed by Shoiovor Llthbert and Alma which positions woro maintained to tho head of tho stretch Hero CocciIA fell back beaten as did also Shotover and Lemon Blossom coming fast was soou in tho lead which was never re linquished Alma filly beating King Arthur for tho place Second set out floun dering along to make tho running and heavy as tho going was they could not head Ossa Tappabannockond Gar iteou each in turn chased after him Gar rison beat Tappahahnock for tho place Third was a and pnt cue in mind of the days of Tbad Stevens True Blue and oil tbo good old stagers who could ran their four miles and repeat in truo race boxso stylo It would nor bo surprising to see those good old races again for peoplo aro getting tired of seeing a lot of horses run a furlong or two for 000 Givo a purso for a four milo race and wo will ali go to see it sbout as wo did in tbo days gone by and bet our last dime where wo can sco a run tor tho money and the best horse win Elove by that good old raco horso and Siro Eolus out of Nluon sot out ia tfco lead and thoro was nothing else In it Dundee and struggled along in second and third places alternately but old Elevo was just having tilings Msown1 way At tbo mile lie was a length in front ot Bonanza and bo gradually drew away till at tbe twomile post he had five lengths of daylight between himself and Dundee Two miles and a quarter are run and eight lengths separate them Elcvo came back length in the next quarter and from there to tbo bead of tho stretch seven lengths separated tncm Elevo now came on and running pretty much as be liked ha won by ten leugtbs from the tiredand fal tcring Dundee who was as far again ahead of Bonanza tbe others uot being heard from yet Tbo time is very good track was heavy and tho old horse hada good Ms back Fourth and had it to for a milo when tbe Haggin fraud came up and challenged tben Gleumovmd was too niuch and coming away and from who II for second place tbe best of a straggling which advantage bo ro tained to the nnish Shcua Vancolt who bad run second nearly all the way beaten in the last few jumps by The last Luke led nearly all the way Rover got his nose in front the tbroequarter and soon fell back Linquist came on at tho bead of tbo stretch but J could not catch St Luke who won Kovcr third MONMOXTTH PARK ItNTRIKS 1 First arnilo bandr icap with Bradford Tipstatf Clarendon Bolwood pah Village Maid Major Domo T Teddy Venture Second race Criterion twoyear r olds tbreequjirters of a mile St Charles Westcbester 118VHotner San Juan Somerset AlgerA non Average Adage filly Tliird race tbe Omnibus tnreev r yearolds added one oiierhalC Torso Sir r Sohn Banquet f Chieftan Fan Tan colt r Fourth race ono and oneeighth h a ndicap Fellow Kenwood Miss Belle Tulla FMtb jace seven furlongs selling yearolds and Eadiant Brussels Zeawood Ed Hopper Teddy Venture roe Gomorra Louise Degnon Seventh race threefourths mile two voarolds S1000 Ad venturer Peter Silas nan Josie W Atlas Aquil Ion Georgetown Uncertainty Tborndale Some pood races and close ones may for Banquet Tournament 1 meet again in tho third My Fellow Blackburn in the fourth and in the race old Volunteer lei asked to good little horse Major thirty font pounds and Domo will be apt to him a beating Village Maid Bradford and Clarendon will be and it i hard work to guess wbo will be first under tbe r 1 Domo St 3 JohnV r V 6 PeterTTerrifler v AT v tional won FIllyv second and BinderStrategy Time Mile and a Reel Eminence second and Au g S kibbereec a m eas ure ofr potatoes wUichrlast year isold at 4d exhaustedby1 October appearedin the Blaslcet thev icoast of Ireland SanvFranciscp Chronicle During the first rweelvHn September tbersingletax a conf ierenceatjCboper ion tb attan order fit l i Five filly Under TIr Glenfallon Mile and seventy won Htfrolet Ofalro

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