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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEED1HC PRICE FIVE CEjSTTS UTAH THUBSDAY MOKlSTI2NTe ATJGTJST OTj HO c KANSASPAIR Only Two RcpnMican Senators Op pose the leadOre Tax THE FRIEHDS OF SILVER ARE HAPPY sAci days and tho Prices PnidIntoresthJK Census of tho rijc Iron Kauin investigation Notes LAKE TiwntTNit f7 Fourteenth Rtroct WASHINGTON D AUK SO J8DO Ponator John JonesIs now julle confi dent that no amount of lobbying can break the Kcpubllcan ranks on tho load ore ques tlon Ho suld to TiiffiTKiHiiNe correspon dent this afternoon I think wo shall lose only tho of Ilumb and Infills I cantfind any othor defections Hearst of the Democratic side will yoto with us Tno lHpuhlloiiii party will round out its roooru tho loud fight by seeing that the Item Is held in tho All the friends of silver In Congress aro happy ovorlho steady appreciation In the which tidputlons In tho rapidity of tho rise The action of the Trwisury Department In publishing full ot its dally transactions has removed tho last ground of criticismaa to passible obstructions by Mf Wiridoni Tho natural ronult9 of the jaw wilt now manifest thomsoliroH and tho oountry will tho value of tho predic tions of tho with Which ConKross Ws regaled laving tho late ncVortobo forgotten debate for honest money TIIK HtlWlCK TKANSACTIONH WARMINOTON Allg 20 Associated silver bullion ofTorod for Halo to the Treasury today was ounces The amount purchased WOK ounooH an oun ces oniiooa at 000 ounces at at TflK JIAUM INVKSTIOATIOM Tho 1fonso Committee tortuy began inves tigation ol the charges preferred against Pension Commissioner Kanm HAUIUSON OOKSffO CAPK MAY Tho President left Washington this morn in for a weeks visit to Capo May Io accompanied by exSenator Sowull of Row Jersey WAsruNiiTONs oiiowcir Tho result of the ofllclal eountot thofltato of Washington was wired Governor KeiTis today by tho Census Bureau Schedules In twosupervisors districts however have not been received Tho population of tho State those Is given as The missing districts will probably increase tills nuintior toatxnit nomilaUori oC tho Territory Jn 1880 w cxcniDlary llfo is known to all associates as 4w Saraueis He absolutely refund to talk ud as tho lady was heavily vollea of who she is or she avenged A STATE BOATtD OF HEALTH Idahos Physicians Will Organize to Secure It BOIBK Idaho Aug to TBIB twenty physicians mot in con vention Lodfty to organizea State medical society Dr W W Watklus Moscow was iado chairman with authority to cor cspond with all regular physiciansIn tho trite for a convention The ono great ob oct la tho establishment of a State board of alth and securing tho best sanitary and nodical legislation in tho interest of tho For the Advancement of Science Aug 20 Tho thirty ilnth annual mooting of tho American As oclatiun for tho Advancement of Soienco egin In earnest this morning with orguni ntlon thu association mooting In tho Houso Kepresontutlves Over 200 members oC he association are prosont This alternoon ho various sections met suponitely and holr vicepresidents lo at Plymouth Church tho retiring pros dent Professor Mondonhall delivered tho innual Still Discussing the Site CITTCAOO Aug Executive Corn mlttoo and Buildings and Grounds Oomrolt ne of the Worlds Jialr Directors wero in icsslon this afternoon and evening dlscnss ng tho apparently noveronding question of site for tho exposition What action It any vas taken could not bo learned tho com iiuces being In strictly executive session fSTDAY IN CONGRESS The was w v v i aro tho populations of tho itsoi0 thickly counties King Spokane Wit mi WjiUu Waitnmn Chirk Lewis Tho Census Ofllqo today announces tho result of tho count of tho population of tho following cities Seattle an Increase In urn yours of Taootna an Increaseof Mf7GO AN INVITATION WOItTH HAVING Tlio California Congrossloual delegation today wftltocl on tho President and pre sented an engraved gold bearing an Invitation to attend tho fortieth celebration of tho admission of tho State Into tho Union Tlio President made a wmtspeooh and sale ho would not be able to visit California this year but hoped to next year TIIK rta IRON FtoiiRKS Tho Burcplntondont ofCensus has Just ro crivcd n bulletinon tho production oC pig Iron tho United States during tho year ended Juno M 1800 In this bulletin tho slpcrlntondont snys Tho production o pi Iron including Beasomqi during tho VOttV named aggregated tons jot 2000 pounds to tho compared witr 781021 tons produced during tho census year of 1880 and during tho census year of It will bo gratifying t notice tho groat strides which tho Southen States have made in tho manufac ture of pig Iron since 1870 the total product in that year boln 350846 as against tons in 1800 Tho development of tho manufacture o uiiron in Mio United States during tho tor vcvirs from 1880 to 1800 has boon phenomena and lit tills present rate of increase lu pro duction tho country Is destined soon to bo tho loading producer of pipIron in the world possibly ranching this distinction In tho calendar year 3800 in point ofproduction Pennsylvania Baudsfirst Ohio second Alabama third Illinois fourth Now York fifth In tho six Wostoru States which produced plplroi tliorti has boon a largo increase in produc THE NICARAGUA THE PABTY OF PROGRESS The Idaho Republicans Holding Their First State Convention A FINE REPRESENTATIVE BODY Dubois Tells Them TThat Party Has Done for the StateWisconsin Republicans oh the School Ques California Democracy Keaffinn a Few Chestnuts and Republican Representatives in the present Governor Hoard was renomJnatecl by ac olinvitlon T B Treat of Greczi county was nominated for LiBUtenankGovernor The ticket not completed until after midnight Tlie nominations Secretary of State Edward Coo of Treas urer Albert B Gcilfuss of Milwaukee At torneyGeneral James of Clark county The convention was stiU in session at 1 a in ENDORSED BY VEST VIRGINIA WHKKLINO W Aug State THE PASSED AID Tho flTcafc Tnspoctlon Bill Also Goes to tho rroHldnntTho Sonafco Disposes of One More Tarllf Iage Millor Gives an Account o tho Scftsonfti NKW YOHK AuR BUSTS TUs Francisco Chrontcto Tho Nicaragua canal seoms to tie In good Thfft Is the opinion of Warner Millor president of tho company Wo have boon all said ho yesterday 11 railway from Groytown along tho lino of tho proposed Wo havo completed ton miles Wo will continue un til tho lino roaches the Ursfc look Nvhon it will have extended to a plaao called pchoa wo have the road into the oxtoritir wo have been at tho samo rlmf working on tho entranceto Groytown boon dredging at the entranco splendid breakwater At present wo have seven foot of water on tho bur whfire three months agothere was dry land Vessels drawing not more than soven foot arb now ablo to como hi Wo have purchased tho entire plant of the American Contract and Dredging Company atPanatnk We aro now removing that plant from Manama to It consists of several largoand powerful dredging nwchimxs several tug boats lighters and a complete plant for Everything connected with it Is In firstclass condition dentally I may say that this shows tho collapse of the Panama scheme SHE A GRIEVANCE A Very MAn Re ceives ST Loots San vFrancisco lady elegantly dressed In black and closely goods Styx it clerks came forward to on hor but sho tho Senate resolution fixing the timo ofvot tiK on tho Tariff bill and designating other eglslatlvobuslnoss to bo taken up this ses sion was laid boforo tho Senate Hoar ollprod as a substitute for Mr Oujiys resolution a proposition making It In order when any bill or resolution shall wvo heim under consideration for a rea nnillo time Cor any Senator to demand 1riat debate thoroon bo Ho also movod to amend Quays resolution by aclc lug to It a provision to Include in tlio busi ness to bo taken up tho Federal Election hill and to have a vote on it taken on tho 4th of September On ay gave notico that at tho proper time howould demand adivislon on thoqnestlon Hoar addressed tho Senate at length in listing that the Election bill should not bo nostpcnod 1 At the conclusion speech Spoonor moved 10 refer tho Quay resolution to the Committee on Rules Pryo tnadp an impassioned address against that motion and In of an amendment to tho rules providing for the adoption of a previous question Several othor Senators spoke and at 12 oclock tho Tariff bill came up as unfinished business A suggestion to Viy aside tho Turin1 bill temporarily was re fused and so tho Senate proceeded to its consideration Mclhorsous amendment to strike out classifications and compoundduties and to substitute a uniform rate of 45 per cent wl valorem in tho cutlery paragraph was rohctod Paddock was tho only Republican voting aye The bill was then laid aside with but ono pago disposed of today Tho Houso Amendment to the Agricul tural College bill and the Moat Inspection bill was laid before the Senate and con curred Jn Those bills now go to tho Presi dent for signature Tho House bill for tho relief of settlors on tho Northern Pacific railroad Indemnity lands was taken from tho calendar and passed House Aug tho House to day tho bill to exempt mining land from tho law was laid on tho table by a vote of 50 to 27 A resolution calling for information as to Russiasproscription of lows was re ported and adopted then be gan consideration of tho Senate Moat In spection bill Vunston chairman of the Committee on A rlo nit are said it was proposed by this measure to open foreign ports to American moats By opening those ports millions and millions of foreign gold would bo brought Into the country and would relieve tho embarrassed condition of all classes of Industry Mitt said thia bill would remove tho pretenseon which foreign governments ex clude our hog products Ho objected to tho unjust discrimination made against pork under tho pretense that it was unwhole some Morgan offered an amendment bringing lard within tho operation of the bill Lost Siyersv offered an amendment providing that Texas Tover shall not bo considered as a contagious orinfectious disease Lost Tho bill then Tho Houso then proceeded to considera bill defining options Without disposing of tho measure adjourned THJB CASUALTY KECOBD Idaho Aug to Trcrii State Republican convention was called to order at 3 p by Hon T Dnbois Ho said that ho doubted if ever any party will present a bettor class of representative men than wero present at this convention for which every Republican had reason to be proud Tho Republican party has protected our flocks irid mines given legislation which protects load from tho peon labor of Mexico enhanced the value of silver endorsed wise legislation against treasonable Mormonisrn and welcomed Idaho among tho sisterhood of States and obligation of tho National party Itnow remains for you to fulfill your obligations to this party and and in doing so no personal interest must stand In tho Woilor of Idaho county was made ternpo ary chairman Iri thanking the conven lon ho urged harmony of action and pre lictcd that tho ticket nominated would be 3loctul and Idaho join the grand alaxy of Republican James B Rumsoy and August Sinnott voro rnado secretaries Aftor appointing jornrniUeos on credentials order of business and resolutions adjourned till S At tlio evening session Dr W W Watkins if Moscow was made chairman with tho emporary secretaries made permanent Watkins thanked tho convention hoped larrnony and unity would prevail that ood men may bo selected and all go well vlth Idaho which is destined to become a jroat State Tho report of tho Committee on Organ scaUori and Business was amended so as to eavo tho question open for nominating Congressmen for tho iinpxplrqd session of ho and for tho full iosston of the Fiftysecond It may be loweyer that ono person only will be nom nated for both of theso terms Tho Resolutions wero not ready to report asking more time ruid the adjourned till 0 tomorrow Phis committee has a split over a resolution iccording as tho sorusoof tho convention ono United States Senator from Northern Idaho Tho demand this while Southorn Idaho insists that it is not n tho province of tbo convention to pledge tho action of tho Legislature in making Senators Tbo situation of prospective State candidates is There is an army of nominations from tho five judicial districts There is lots of buttonholing but all is orderly and good naturcd The Cassia and Owhyoo delegations met tonight and nominated Captain J R Do Lamar for joint State Senatprfor those two counties which have been considered hope lessly Domocratio but sitico Do Lamar has consented to run is THE WISCONSIN Press Republican State Convention was called totoder by Chairman Payne of the Stuto Central Committee Michael Griffin Of Eau Clairo was chosen temporary them all aside and quietly climbedIIP seven aightto Ms desk she Qrow a raVliiidev Two More Victims at QuincyDead Bodies Kobhcd Aug Ninth Regiment is on duty in answer to tho proc lamation of Mayor The soldiers are assisting tho polioo in maintaining order and are everywhere oagor to assist and do whateveris asked A careful estimate places tho lumber of buildings demolished and partially destroyed atnearly 400 The loss will probably roach nearly if not quite Thonumber killed was eleven fatally injured ton severely injured ATORB VICTIMS Aug other TC of accident iare added to tho of dead tliismorning Ella Bard aged2i and Mrs Abbio Abhott of appoiirsfrpin tho statements of passen gars that pickpockets success and freaped quite a Sov oral tho dead wore knovrn to have hac money and watches but tlneso Svere not v Twelve persons aro now at the Quincy Thoy ivre all seriously injured The most of thorn wero scalded by escaping steanvand several of them oarlouscondltlon V r PTEAMEII ST pETMBSBUtia Aug steamer burned at N ashniNp vgarod tcjday passe n gers 11 yes some being burnodto death1 anil othersdrowned A G Aug iislon ocourredthls afternoon Brando between r Palmer Lako anc Monu nisntj1 whicli resulted instant E lfi probable acts arid rooelvcd o lV the nomination on tho second The platform adopted endorses the administra tion of President Harrison THE DEMOCRACY SAN lost Aug Demo cratic State convention today adopted a platform reaffirming the principles of the St Louis platform of 1SSS and do daring ngainsttho depleted treasury tho imposi tion of unequal and oppressive taxes the arbitrary disregard by the Speaker or the House of Representatives of all par limentary rules and the shameless servility displayed by the majority in the bouse In yielding ready obedience to his tyranical mandates in their request iq join thoDemocracy in its effort to procure the p ess age of a measure permitting the free coinage of silver of the present administration to modify anadmitted erron eous tariir It denounces and condemns the Republi can majority in tho National House of Representatives for tho passage of the infamous Lodge election bill denounces tho McKlnley bill favors the free coinage of silver and tho enactment of laws against pools and trusts the election of United States Senators by direct vote of tho people and the adoption of the Australian ballot system PEACE NOW ASSURED RECORD IS BEISTEH Snnol Trots theQuarter at a SPORTING MEN DISPUTE THE TIME A SerentyYcar Old Driver Sends Belle Hamlin to Beat Her Record Bob Wncle Distinguishes Himself at Brighton Races BAKKILAS AXE EKKTA THE TK11MS AGREE TO iixnors Course Approved by the State Was Protocol Approved chairman Griffins speechwas cally applauded and every reference to Governor Hoard and the Bennett law was tho signal for hearty cheering After the appointment of comiuittocs theconvention juVOurned until 3 Governor Hoard will bo ronomlnatod by acclamation and a platform oridurslnp the Beunoct compulsory school law adopted Upon reassembling the platform was re ported which was unanimously adopted It declares its devotion to tho common school as tho duel factor in tho education of tho people and pledges itself to support strengthen and defend it It recognizes as valuable auxiliaries in the work of pop ular education private and parochial schools supported without aid from pub lic funds and disclaims purpose whatever to WASFIINGTON Aug Dls Francisco Chronicle Series dispatches from San Salvador announcing that had acceded toGen eral Essctas demands and that tho terms pf a treaty of peace arid Salvador were being arranged arc in tho nature of a surprise to the State Department officials and foreign diplomatists here Up to 4 oclock nothinghad boon heard from Mizncr Ibis believed here by many that his course has not altogether metTwitlv tho approval of the be no doubt that it was the Gov ernment that lieshould use offices as a mediator to be tween tho warring republics even more than likely that ho was formally in atructed to that ho would take stepstodraw into the question the diplomatic representatives Europcau Governments mala Mr Elaine is known to disfavor any EuropeanLtiaterference in mat tors pertaining purely to this hemisphere nor is thateither Guatemala or Salvador caredfor BuropoanHriodiation in tlio dispute Indeed been the Governments of both republics were un favorably disposed towardit yet Minister Miznors first act was to do this verything Ho undertook without from home and oil to invito dent ministers of European powers ticipate in negotiations looking to mediation between the and of peace and it is stated in tho dispatches thaftho representatives of Great France Germany and Spain bad accepted his invitation and would participate negotiations This placed the ment in a very difficult Whileop posed to any Interferences by European powers in Americanaffairs yet rcmonstrar tion could not well be made when they had been invited by a representative of the United States Government to join in the proceedings THH PEACE praiijuriNAniES CITY SAN SALArADOB via LaiLibertad Aug representative of SanSalvador to who was ar any absolutely interfere inany manrior withsuoh schools either as to their terms or branches to bo taught therein affirm tho right and duty of the State to enact laws that will guaran tee to all children sirtHcient instruction in the legal language State to enable thorn to read and wrltb the same believes that the compulsory law 7 passed by tho last Legislature is wise and humane in all essential purposes and opposes its repeal but at the samo timo assorts that tho parent or guardian has the right to select the time of year and place whether public or private and wherever located inwhich his children or wards shall receive and urgos a modification of the existing Maw so that it shall conform to the foregoing deolara The platform believe all children ages of 7 and 14 years shall bepTOtectod by appropriate legislation from evils physical and mental arising employment in factories and similar of adequateprovision be made for the case of children incorrigibly truant Weare un alterably any union of church und resist anyattempt of oither Wo y manner invade domaiai of conscience trample or religious Our only purpose In respect to the educational policy of to socuro to all Itsborders1 at the oarliestpracticiblo ago proper for duties of pf anco to to theparents of thecooperation of declares it adherence to the principles of set i forth by qorivbritionvof and maintains pi the American cdiibhui American labor conipetitipn the Sou tHerniStates as rested and subjected to various Indignities in that country returned here today on the United States Thetis to La Liber Dr Galindo broiiRhtwltb him documents for arranging the aries of peace between San Salvador and Guatemala for the acceptance 61 Provisional President Exeta Tliis of is the result of the efforts of Minister Mixner of tho United States aided Legation of Nicaragua and Costa Eica and the entireii diplomatic Sal vador is still watchful and should peaceful measures fall her army is to be held readiness for a reopening of hostilities While heretofore it has believed that Minister Mizner had been actingiii the matter onHis is now gener ally accepted that Secretary boon rivius him orders looking restoration of peace by means of arbitra tion liiid th at the United States had been taking a stand thatdidpt assure the of his free exercise of right of San Salvador on mattersof govern ment but he lias been happily surprised by the result of the negotiations that Exeta was advisedto take the stand that not arranged within three days he would cause his arm y to advance the capital his bin It was most advantageous to the peace interests of Central Aninrica Jose Barrios has arrived in Guataniala and tendered bis services to the Guatemalan Government A PEBSONAL OITT GUATEMALA Aug Sehor Oottu the agent who arranged the 000 loan witb French bankers arrived here last night coming from San Jose ly special triin The end of the contention cannot bo foretold since Barillas Ezetas removal before ho will sign theprojr tocol while Ezeta demands tlae samp con dition as Barillas making the tbo two countries A JtESSAGE KOJr Tbe State Department received five teler r saying WASHINOTOX PAHK Aug match race between Palo Alto and Jack was post poned until tomorrow on account of the largo curd for today Tho weather was iirie and the track fast Sunol was an nounced for a trial quarter and made it in even as officially announced Several wellknown horsemen took tho time at being tho same as made by Maud S for that distance Sunol will make another attempt to beat Maud record on Satur tl 11V Threeyearolds pacing and trotting mile heatsManager won Maggio A sec ond Jack Sliiel third Best tune Fouryearolds milo heats Breeders Wilson won Florence Dillard second Roderick Dim third Baroness with drawn Timo Twotwentysix trot milo heats Keno F won second Jessie Gaines third Waiter E fourth Best time Twooightecn trot mile heats S won McOool second Margaret L third Nobby fourth Best time Pace mile heats B second Albatross third Wayne Wilkcsfourth Best time AT BRIGHTON BRIGHTON Aug race three quarters of a mile Ten Rookh IMontc Christo Dublin Ossa WaUlo Johnson Wilfred Jay Ycva Warwhoop and Violet gelding also ran Monto Christo cat out the running to the headof the stretch where Rookh came up and taking the lead won as he liked Llth Monto Christo for the place Second race threequarters of a milo Earl V Blossom lly Klnp Idler Crispin Shotover Lakcwood SiRiiaturo and lappahannock also ran 1 This was a very pretty race King Idler led off followed by Miller and Emeti At the positions wore unchanged Going to the half Emoti cams along and Miller fell back beaten Emoti soon had Idler in her grasp and it looked if the race was about over but Early Blossom coming like a rocket passed Idler and was sooc on oven terms with Emeti They ran a close race tothe finish Blossom winning by a head fronvEmoti Idler third Third race seveneighths of a mile two Jnek of Diamonds Virfiio Ella 1 Annio Baylor John Ella Auricpla Colt Marigold Cpldswood and Octagon also ran the running to the quarter theothers strung out Marigold led Diamond second Coldswood third In the stretch Diamond drew away and VIrgio and Ella coming P got tho places in the order named Fourth race one and onoeighth miles all ages ffitzroy Sorrunto Vivid Ellis Eewardi Annio Sunshine Rover and Blond in also ran Sunshine led to tbo head of tho stretch with Fitzroy second Sorrento third Fitz roy came on and won easily Sorrento sec ond and Vivid third Fifth race one and onesixteenth miles handicap Gleumound Jilimtyrc Sallie Harper Firefly Each us and Iceberg also ran Glenmound arid Gordon ran first and sec ond respectively all tho way Blantyre three lengths away and finished in this po Sixth race steeplechase short Delaware J Lee Christy 144 Stonewall TSillarncy Pat Oakloy Jim Murphy Re peater and Spencer also ran Delaware wasnever headed ana at tho mile led by eight lengths Oakley and Christy were alternately in second place but it was too far for tho former who fell back and let Stonewall get the third place THE TJ3NNY KACE Great preparation is being made for the Tenuyrace His trainer is confi dent of winning the S5000 purse Many doubt his ability to run better than 140 over tlic Brighton track but the bulk of the money so going tho horse KUTTIIES JOB ItOHMOtTTH race one mile handicap Hood Ra diant 0 Lucy Johnson Hopper Mai ache Bledsoe Second race sweep stakes twoyearolds S750 Patrick Bertha Campbell Re volt colt Heiress Josio W Adventurer S Mr Sass Third race Delaware handicap S17oO added one and onequarter Belle Toe Courtney 108p Noretta Rliono Prince Boyal Stockton Fourth threequarters of mila twoyearolds SlOOO Griiy Rock Kingman Walcot Silas Magara Colt Fifth furlonKS all ages 1000 LelaMay Arab Kenwood on every event of tho day Tho favorites j won every the tiveelghths race in which Olympics backers made a great scratch The onequarter dash was the event of the day In this raco Bob Wado i proved to be a worldbeater making tho j dash in 21 and breakinghe record by onoqusirtorof a second The stables go to Helena and open a sevendays meeting on Saturday next Running half mile handicap purse 5loO Tom won Kickupoo second Kddio Iv third Welder fourth Time Running onequarter dash Wado won Nettie S second Cyclone third Time Running fiveeighths of n mile heats 11 Roly Boly 22 Red Elm Dainty 44 Time Running two miles handicap Justice won Beaconsfiold second Lord Henry third Time Trotting 111 Condeo 234 Ciiarley Hilton 322 Pala taiia 443 Tramp 555 Time AT SARATOGA SARATOGA Aug mllo won Strategom second Sir Rao third Time Mile and a Bustecd won Flood tide second Eminence third Timo Six Van won Goldenrod second King llazen third Time Threefourths Duke won Wary second Ecstncy third Time 1 won Major second Marie K third Time The Central Refuses Every Request of the Knights A GREAT STRIKE NOW UNAVOIDABLE Tlic Entire System Will Bo Involved Last Interview with the Offi Declines to Hard Question The Players Brotherhood P1TTSBURO Tho ClcvolRnds won hy hcnvy batting At tendance iryjo 0S 0014302 0 ClcvolanJ 15 Pittsbursr 5 6 jvnd Curroll Gnibcr and Sutcliffc Kuicht and Jones At thegopd oflices arid Uni had by Guatemala Thefbasis of peace would patch says g 20A General received pbiritis send p 1 Teemqnt arranged by Friday Worth Sluggard Watterson James Sixth and upward selling S750 Brus sels OBpDuke of Highlands Ceawood TIPS 1 Torn 2 Prince i Amid the cheers 1 J1 Wl A ffMl yenrs a four wheeled skeletqn Grolden Ebd Tlio Phillies were bested without any exertion OOOOl 2004 2 1 1 0 0 0 i 07 li Brooklyn V2 Philadolphia r Hrooklyn Untune and llireniin Sanders and Daily Gaffncy and Sheriditn BUFFALO The ChicaRos were soft marks tendance 2200 First 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 20 0 0 0 2 02 Chicnpo 0 1 and Mack Baldwin Hoylo and Karrell and Pearce Second 1004JSIi 000 0 0 00 11 ChicuRO 5 1ChiciiKO 3 and Mnck Barstow and Faxrell aud Pearco XEW TOTvK The home tennis work was entirely superior AUeiidimce New 1 1 1 4 0 19 003000003 York 13 Boston 4 0 Now York 4 and ISwinpt Gimibert Kelly and Murphy and Uolbert The National 1JOSTOK Tho visitors won by bunching their hits in the fourth and sixth Attendance 1400 New 0 0 2 0 2 0 1 030000005 8 New York 12 New York 2 Dally and Buckley Clarksou and ers NEW TOUK Brooklyn won both games vvith ease before 300 First 0 Brooklyn 17 hiludelphia 3 Brooklyn 3 Clements Scliriver Caruthers Terry ind Daily Bushong 0 OQ5 0 0 1 0 0 5Q1 3001 11 Brooklyn 13 Errors 0 Brooklyn 0 and Schriver Terry and Clark on g v The Western DENVEU Kansas MILWAUKEE St 8 LINCOLX Minneapolis 4 Tlie American Association TOLMDO 7 i GT St 5 I 5 COLUMBUS 9 I A Rich Strike at Duluth DUMJTH AUR Francisco Chronicle Jonsiderable excitement has beon caused by the discovery of a rich silver in the ancient Tel tec workings above this city At a depth of fortytwo feet there been discovered a fivefoot vein of native silver whichis thought to be of tlie richest kind Miners declare it is a fabulously rich de posit of the precious ore The Lawyers in Session SARATOGA American Bar began its annual xneeting to day and the president Henry Hitchcock of St Louis delivered the annual address Henry 0 Tompkins of Alabama read a paper on the Necessity for uniformity in the law governing commercial Dwigbt E Olmstead read a paper on Land Transfer Convicts Burned to Death WASHINGTON Aug female county convicts were burned to death Mon day nisht in a houseon the farm of H J Hill who has a leaseon all convictsof that judicial circuit The cause of the fiie is un known Found at JJast Housekeeper tx pleasantfacer girl at employment you any ob jections to the country Girl None at quite a large fatn The more tlio 7 Seven children two of young Hove little It will be necessary for you to hake breads wash and gctthe meals T attend to tho pastry and chamber work I I also riiAke pastry anddo the rest if you will allow r cannot give thanthrce afternoons Two perhaps more than 1 as my planis to give strict attention household duties and thus promptly every so hayeiplenty of opportunities tof YORK Aug and DOT lin of the executive board Knights of Labor called on this evening Toucoy was with and tho four gontleimm had an interview which lasted 20 minutes oiler of PowdeHy to submit tho matter to arbitration Webb refused on tho ground already presented In othor words he said tbo company was not lumping on tho Knights of Labor Thoy did not discharge men because they wero KnJghts of Labor but for good reasons Neither Dopew nor Vanderbilt wero opposed to the Knights of Labor as an organization Powderly oncomore urged that tho matter bo arbitrated but Webb remained firm Devlin asked Webb if he would consent to an investigation of the causes surrounding tho discharge of fifteen men Webb reiterated that there was nothing to investigate that tho company was man aging tho road and ho did not seo why their actions should lie questioned Devlin then asked him if ho did not owe the public and tho employees of the road any duty regarding its management in which all wero more or less interested Webb did not reply Devlin then said thero was no uso in further discussing the matter as the railroad company had declared themselves in favor of an independent course Toucoy then said that Master Workman Leo was primarily responsible for tho strike Devlin nskcd Toucey if ho would waive tho question of Lees action and consider tho discharges of tho othor men Toucoy and Webb retired and that ended tho confer ence Powderly and Devlin then withdrew with out making any threats or intimating what they intended to do Webb gives this version of tho interview and said the whole conference was carried on in a most pleasant manner At this hour 0J5 p tho situation at the depot is unchanged THE WHOLE ORGANIZATION CONCERNED Powderly stated that strike has ceased to bo one of the local assembly and has be come one of the whole will use every means In its power to con tinue tho fight He intimates that the Fed eration of Railroad Employees will support tho The situation is serious Grand Master Sargent president of tho Council and chief of the firemens organization has ordered a meeting of tho Supreme Council lor Saturday at Teiro Haute for consideration of tho question of theNew York Central Whether this move means thatthe Council must go through certain formalities before a strike can orwheshcr no strike all remains tobo A GREAT STRlIUfi CS11TATN At tho Terre Haute meeting Sargent said ho would lay Mio whole before tho Council He fully endorsed tho position of tho Executive Board The Executive said Powderly tonight says to tho Knights ofLahpr and to tho public that tho position finally as sumed by the company makes it necessary for them to vindicate tho right of labor to organize by prosecuting the strike to tha bitter When the ominous condition of affairsbe came plain late tonight and that a strike of all the employees of the New tral would without doubt be ordercd tonight or in the morning a reporter went to the Grand Central depotto railroad officials Webb and Vobrhees o who for the present sleep Both had retired to their provlsed cots and wero clad clothes After rubbing their eyes to fget the sleep out of them they received the reporter cordially Webb said he considered that thestrika was declared in the beliefthat the Central v m an ageraent the KnightSv of Labor He wished to reiterate his state ment that this not the trouble When1 told that a strike over the whole road would be declared tonight morrow Webb said that in spite all the road would run all trains In rmorning as usual Neitherhe nor VoprV hees appeared much depressed the public to know that he had notice from Powderly of a said all this time the company had not been lying idle When told thatthe strike ment all the em ployees but the engineers ho appeared somewhat startled Neither be nor hees made any comment thereon Powderly was asked tonight what would he thenext move He said that it had not been determined but he would to7morrow issut a circular to the mechanics employees cfl the Con tral Hudson system and connecting lines The document be based upon the refusal of the company to arbitrate the difficulties and will call tioon them to stop once After that the St Cloud Hotel seamed barren of incident A few reporters lounged around waiting the labor leaders to return The usual attendance dinate Kuights of Labor The few that came in disappeared quickly again bound on secret Sergant son and Howard will leave in the morning fo Terre Haute to attend the meeting of tae Supreme Council step we have said hasbeen approved by Vanderbilt and others iivthe councils of the coiu y I Webb says ho could not see why others the firemen should t ho added better paidrpn Uie r than any other line Speaking of the necting he remarked that constant com nm hi cation with cujet n oflicers and Boo Line XakeVShpre Railroad was j or said tonight that no glvenbut tonigbt tive board decidedupon would y be in Tpmprrowv the board will continue iStrauger suddenly Sorry to yon con witili ono patients whobas eseaped i lirom the H ppeiessly Incur able w J j 61 sight somewhere encamped about be there w 1 sttdiyv   

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