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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                Q1RCULATDON EXCEEDING THAT In the City ComWnedL THE MOST EXTENSIVE iBEST In tlio Kocky Mountain LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY AUGUST THE LEAD GBE SOIE The Senate Will Take It Up On Monday RECIPROCITY THE ONLY DAS6ER Ycsterrtays Silver purchases A Senate Programme ArranRod Kaum Finishes His Testimony and Cooper Fault With tho Pro ceedingContract Labor Amend 90 J SAM LAKB TRIBWNK 517 Fourteenth Btrcot WASHINGTON Aug 22 1390 Tho Senate reached tho lead oro parn KPJvIJof the inotal schedule this afternoon just and tho debate on that Item will befjln promptly on Monday inornlnK Tomorrow inornlnK there will bo no legislative bransactcci Bock ou logiftH bolnjf tho order of the day Adjourn ment will follow their conclusion I see no reason to change my judgment that tho load interests are now fioouro Those strong and active friends of tho minor Senators Jonew Stewart and Teller aro confident of tho rosult and positive that tho smoltor lobby have inado Tho only danger is In tho adoption subsequently of a reciprocity clause which may open tho doors to the udmisfllon of the Mexican ores That must provided against arid will bo carefully looked after THJi SITjVER PURCHASES WAsniNOTOJT Aug 22 Associated amount of silver pnrchivsod to day was as at 11 JU ouncos afc ouncos afc Assistant Secretary Nottlotou said this afternoon that tho sliver purchases for tho present monthwould bo limited to a pro portionate porcontajjo of tho total month s fiuota of ouncos that hereafter tho amount piireUasocl might bo rookonod by tho calendar months CONHMllMATrONS Abraham Parker Now York Assistant AttorneyGeneral Potor lionan Montana Indian Asont Flathoail Mon tana Kamuel W AltobaiiRh jiostrnastor at White Bulphur Springs Montana THE SENATE TllOaUAJlMW A committee of Kcnnibllcun Senators do clfled that tho Tariff bill after a Into to bo flxod is to bo sons Id orecl under the llvo minuto rule until a vote In taken Tho Oato of this hus not boon decided and will bo sub ject to arrangement with tho Democrats Jl laoxpectocl that a voto will bo roachod 1 nbout tho 5th of September Then tho other measures named In Honator Quays resolu tion aro to ho taken up Tho Election bill will como up the first thlnp after tho assem bling of Congress to Tho plan by which tho Ilopublloans oxpoot to secure tho passage of the Election bill next session is to obtain written plodRos from a malority of tho bo in at tendance early In December and voto In of as to permit the majority for taUlnR a voto upon any measure umlor consideration This pludjso it ts boslRnodhy all the members of tho majority Is not as serted however that tho Senators will bo in favor of Mio Election bill Commissioner Kaum continued testimony hofoio the InvosURatlnR committee today lie said that sorno tho money ho had ob tained from Lemon wont into tho vofitK orator company but declined to state how prosonted an article published in tho Cincinnati of Juno 0th It contained a denial of tho truth of the charts brought by Cooper The Cora inlsslonwr douiod that the articles had boon prepared iu his ofiloo and taken to General Borntbn IIo had a number of interviews about that tlmo with newspaper men on this sublet Tho interview WHS ho said substantially oarroct The Coiniiilsslonor said that probably Lemon had spoken to him about advanolnsc eases before ho sub mitted his letter Certainly other attor neys had dona so As to tho system ot completed witness said that tho Ten sion Office relied solely upon the certificates of tlio attorney assumed to creditable person being guided by his oor ttfloato that the owe was complete and roadv for aotlon ThoCommisslonor produced a statement of tho cases in tho complete Hies showing that there are now such cases including SUO of Lemons cases The pension firm which had presented the iarsest number ot completed cases this month was Marriny Coopers friends This concluded tho Commissioners ex amination and Martin Bailey Ohio oC tho Law Division of tho Pension Bureau was called and Rave testimony relative to the practice nddinK that1 no particular consideration hud ever boon shown In the treatment of Lemons oases as lie know ab AN AZTEO ANNIVERSARY The Torttiro of an Emperor Com memorated in Mexico CITY OF MEXICO Aug Dis Pranoiaco Chronicle of the most novel celebrations ever held on tho American continenttook place in this city today It was the celebration of tho an niversary of tho torture ofCuanintemco the last Kmperor of the Aztec race by Cortex for tho purpose of making him divulge the location of the treasure supposed to have been buried by Montoxunm Tho celebra tion took place on the Plam do la whore there had been erected two Aztec pavilions Three battalions of infantry formal a double lino through which Presi dent Diaz and Cabinet passed to the Aztec temple where tho Governor of tho Federal District tho City Council military men and others received him woro delivered In the Aztec language and poems were read The In dians for around came bearing featherworked standards and attired in cusUimcH such as woro worn previous to tho i fall of the Aztec ornplro There were native bands by scores and It is estimated that in cluding tho military bands there wore at least 400 musicians present After Presi dent placed a wreath on the statue of Cuanlntornco the Indians nearly buried tho base with flowers artistic manner Open air dances wore given In dian music being furnished by native bands BETTER PROGRESS MADE THE SENATE REACHES UKE THE His Old Chestnut on tho Sonato Postoflloe Department Charged With Documents WASHINGTON Aug Sonato adopted a resolution presented by Halo directing the Secretary of tho Navy to In vestigate the alleged defects in castings by tho Standard Steel Company of Thurlow for tho Navy Depart ment The Tariff bill was then taken up anddis cussod at length Tho Houao bill to amend tho act of the 22nd of Juno 1874 for tho relief of settlers on railroad lands was taken from tho calendar and passed Tho Tariff bill was again taken up As ono paragraph after another was taken tip amendments wore olTorofl principally by Molhersori but they wore rejected Tho paragraph relating to shotguns was passed over In formally Aldrlch stating that tho FInanco Committee had somo modifications under consideration Tho paragraph relating to wood screws having boon reached Carlisle said that was an article which tho American manufact urers wore soiling abroud very much lower than they wero yelling them at homo lie produced price Hats in support of hisstate ment This was another Illustration ho said of tho noliey adopted by tho other side In allowing drawbacks on exported articles Stewart said that tho assumption that there was anything wrong in tho sale of American goods In foreign countries cheaper than at homo aroso from of informa tion No amendments were agreed to untupara graph 100 was reached which was on mo tion Altlrich amended so as to road of gold silver and other motals not specially provided for 25 per cent ad Having ieachcd tho paragraph as to load oro tho Souato adjourned POWDEBLY Wcbb Forced to Respond to the Knights Manifesto WHY THE MEN WERE DISCHARGED He Says They Were Drunken In subordinate and Surrender of the Knights Predicted Coming Home Troubles at Chicago Kautn next produced the stock book of the refrigerator company and furnished a list of tho stockholders which was verified by tho committee Ho testi tied that it contained tho name ot no employee In the Pension OiHco except his own and that was over offered to atCoopo declared that the proceeding was er It was beneath tho dignity of a Member of or a respectable at torney to participate in such an Investiga tion Ho had not been permitted to look at tho stock Tho committed offered to allow him to inspect tho verUled list but ho refused to dc so unless ho could obtain ac cess to tho books themselves Adjourned to September ALIEN CONTHACT AMENDMENTS The amended Allen Contract Labor Law bill was presented in tho House today from tho Committee on Labor Its principal fea tures arc It is made unlawful on tho pavt of an alien to outer United States under unyoontraot to perform labor or service If the master of a vessel shall bring any such alien into tho United States ho i besides being subject to a fine and imprison ment be required to return the alien to the port of It shall not be lawful for any person or corporation to encourage any alien laborer or artisan to emigrate from any foreign country to the United States by promise of employment through advertise ment or otherwise Tho provisions of the act shall not applyto professional artists lecturers ordaiucd min isters of the gospel learned professors for colleges and seminaries or professional singers AN Hansbrough North Introduced iu In tho House a joint resolution proposing art anitindment to tho Constitution providing thsit neither tho United sluill pass the lishment or niairitcnan0 of schtomo f or distribution of prizes v in iius i i on condition that he re tiuwjiv House Aug Henderson submitted to the House tho report of the committee on the Sonato amendments to thu River and Harbor bill recommending nonconcurronco in those amendments and agreeing to tho conference asked by tho Senate Kecr raised tho point of ovdor that tho amendment must iUst be considered In Com mittee of the Whole This point was sus tained by tho Speaker and tho Housewont into Committee of tho Whole for its consid eration Henderson said tho Sonato amendment increased tho appropriation carried by tho bill about It was this Increase which tho committee asked tho House to nonconoiuin After concurring in about onehalf of tho Sonato amendments tho committee rose Mason rising to a question of privi lege said that some days ago a resolution had been adopted alleging that certain gentlemen had been fraudulently using tho mails to create sentiment in favor of tho Conger Land bill and calling on the Post office Department for information on tho subloot The resolution had been sent to thePostofttco Popartmont with the request that tho papers In regard to tho matter bo transmitted promptly This had not boon done Ho had called at tho Department 8ovteral times and had bcou informed that probably the papers would not bo sent up until Saturday night Then they would be of nouso as tho previous question on the bill was ordered at 4 oclock tomor row His charge was that improper influ ence had boon brought to boar upon the Department to retain certain papers iu its possession Ho moved that a committee of thirteen members bo appointed to wait on tho PostmasterGeneral and ask that tho papers bo furnished in time to bo used in debate Before action was takenthe House took rocoss tho evening session to bo for consid eration private pension bills At thoevening session tho House passed private pension one granting a pension of S50 amonth to the widow of George B White late Chief of tho Bureau of Yards and SMXJGGMNG BY MAIL Francisco pirjcinls Said to Icct Their Duties Aug San Franoiscb Chronicle small of dutiable liavo come to this country through the mails from Europe Importers frequently pte for to hayo goods in small quantities come throughthopostofllce because it is cheaper and sometimes Special Treasury agents are always stationed ut the post bfftcesat Now York and other portsioln packages and holdtheiil until the consignee has paid the duty For a longtlmo there have cpra Treasury agentsand cuatbros authoriyos at San Francisco have boenrcareless in their work ol inspecting such come by Asiatic and other mails which are landed in this countryon tho Pacific Coast Packages ad dressed iinorchantsin this which have coroo way of tho San Vradoisco mails for tho first time Now York postoilico when as a matter of duty they should have boon overhauled at many allowed to be de livered duty In this tus ystfcni of ijpetty smuggling been Ojjt mnch f J i OMAHA Aug Special to George Vrooman of North Platto chairman of tho Grievance Committee of the Union Pacific Engineers has arrived and with a number of members of tho Brotherhood discussed in secret tho great strike in the East with a view to making such proparavlous as might be re quired shouldit extend to this section of tho country Theswitchmen in tho local yards say they would not be surprised if they should bo ordered out at any time Said ono of If the strike roaches the Missouri river wo will feel it in Omaha It might affect only the Northwestern but that road and tho Union Pacific aro so closely allied that tho latter would undoubtedly try to handle the Northwestern freight and that would make trouble ICNI WEEK NKW YORK Aug Associated tho close of today ends the second week of tho strike The men who two weeks ago left their places with coniidcnce of reinstatement upon choir own terms are considering lie situation tonight m their local assemblies wheru1 they wuro enjoined by tho of the executive hoard Undoubtedly it Is truo the rank and Ho of 1lio mon foofat tho present strong In the near presence of their loaders The heads hnvo boon considering their immediate interests and the men are pleased They foul forced and more hopeful The State Board of Arbitration onco nioio presented itself perfunctorily to aid in a settlement Ppw dcriy has declined There is a growing be lief among persons who are following the course of events closely that there wiil bo no further strike WKIJN ANTICIPATED It was rumored that possibly tho next move would be tho ordering out of all nio chanics along the lino of tho Central road OH this point Webb was questioned An ho said ten days ago that by allowing tho men employed in our various shops to remain 1 WHS furnishing ammunition1 to the Knights I at onoo ordered tho shops to be closed and directed that only enough men bo retained to perform the actual necessary repairs that were required At the present time wo have fully 0000 cars in the course of construction at West Al bany mid 1200 mon have boon laid EbffOKTS OF THIS STATE State Arbitration Commissioner Donovan tills afternoon sent a letter to VicePresi dent Webb stating It having kiiowlcdgcof thrStrtte of iMoilhitioniiiul ArH trillion that another strike wns seriously throatoncd oil ha linos ol road ot your company I am instructed by the hoard to ngnlii coTnmunioato with you and to in vilo a joint conferuiicH in the ofllues of your com you and ruprescntatives of your of the men from tho New York Central Koid Webbhad flatly refused to nave anything to do with Powderly and had called in the federation Continuing Sargent said As a member of the federation I do not think Powderly was treated right When in New was sent for by Webb I should not have culled on him otherwise I asked him why he did not treat with Powderly He said he did not want any thirdparty to interfere I then said Suppose you had discharged certain firemen and I came to you as grand master of the firemen to1 ask your reason for this discharge would you refuse to talk to mo To this he made an and Sargent went on to say that there was no disposition on the part of the employees to force matters Air they wanted was a chance to present their grievances to the officials of the and have a just arbitration of the existing diffi culties As to the final results ot the ses sion of the Supremo Council Sargent de clared that the public need have no appre hensions Sargent hoped that no extended strike would ensue but hiswords were that he was ready to stand out as the champion of organized labor and he wanted tho whole country to know it DEPKW COMING HOMB The Herald says in this mornings issue It was given out at the Grand Central de pot last night that President Depew had left Hamburg for home and would take charge of tho New York Centrals NEW jrEN STRANDED BUFFALO Aug mon to talcej tho strikers places aro constantly arriving A number of firemen reached here this inorn in bus on learning that they were expected to take the switchmens places refused to work andwere dismissed without pay or transportation home Someof these men say that there are a hundred and fifty men in town brought here by the railroad company and left hero without means of subsistence or means of transportation to their homes in the West CAFtPSNTUHS RETfUSED CHICAGO an Executive Committee meeting of Master Builders to light they refused to arbitrate the existing differences with journeymen carpenters which was asked for by the latter in an address to tho builders on Thursday As the new Bosses Associations have also re fused to arbitrate there is apparently no recourse for the Giwponters Union except to surrender or order a general strike Should the 0000 members of tho union quit it is estimated that within weeks other workmen in the building trades of Chicago would bo thrown ont of work A STOCKYARD STRIKE CHICAGO Aug of the firemen and engineers employed by the Union Stock Yards Switching Association went on a strike for higher wages this morning and in consequence 120 switchmen are idle This switching or transfer system is tho largest in tho country as the association the work for the immense packing houses at the yards Consequently all theworkout tho packing house is at a The tracks are filled with immense trains of fresh meats destined for outside points A BULLET SUBDUED HIM A1 Denver Man Shot While ing an Officer Resist THE SHOCKING DEED OF MRS MORGAN Sho Poisoned Her Husband Shot and Stabbed Him and Is Sent Up for FifflitThe Criminal Record It is himself omplovccs wiUi n view to devising somo mciuis lutlierbv arbitration or such other methods as may be mutually ugrocd upon whereby the thrciuemul strike may bo avoided uiul tho abrupt of tnivel and transportation of freight bo A similar letter was sent to Pouderly Powderly in his reply stated that tho General Executive Board of the Knights of Labov is willing to comply with tho request and hold itself in readiness to respond at a moments notice Powderly says Wo hold ourselves inmirthless to do any honorable thing to terminate tho strike or obvi atn sincerely hope that cither arbitration or such other method us may be agreed upon will have the desired Yvobb responded thus The further strike referred to by you will or will not take phioa as the ellorts of tbo persons who hnvo left our service may or may not meet with success I believe thut such elforls will fail I am not awaro of any clilFerences or grievances existing between the company ana its employees and 1 must assume that the conference by W11S ilesignecl to be between the ollicers of thocompany and the ofllcwls oC the Labor Those olViuiuls represent not our ernployos but persons who have left our service who have not to he noem ployed but who throughthese same officials of the of Labor have asked that the discharge bv the company oi ucrtain persons be submitted to their investigation and to arbitrate by some tribunal to be selector in somo way request which I have 1olt my duty to decline I should tavO every means in my power to prevent of passenger and freight tratliu and if the constitiutd authori ties prevent lawless with onr oper atives I do not anticipate any interruption For the above reasons it seems to me inappropriate niid unnecessary to have the cohtoronco sug gested by WJJBBS KEsroxsB AYebb comes forward tonight with a pre pared statement prompted by Powdcriys Webb starts out with tho statement that no man has been discharged by this company because he was a KnightofLabor or a member of any other organization Then for tho first timesince the beginning of the controversy Webb names a list of tho offenses because of which the Knights of Labor are said to have been discharged Webb continues The company discharged the men irrespective or their membership in the order of the Kuights of Labor lor drunkenness incapacity breach of duty insubordination U1 for luck of suilicient work to employ them and ft willvoontmuo to do so whenever proper occasion arises 11 would1 be a moral and probably a criminal neglect of duty lor me to omit to i discharge a switch tower man f or ness upon whose sobriety ami fidelity to depend the safety of life and of passengers transported annually What private or public business onn bo earned on subject to diutatiou from the workman that this shall be performed duly or this or that amount of work employer can iiHolehce aiul iissnborclinatioti based upon the boJUf that the piteiiUuvsSvDl bo supported therein bv a secretorganization to which he belongs by agencv by which they employers business can be damaged or The foregoing gives without setting nimo or pliioc tho causes which called for tho discharge brthe men m Powderlvs aypoaLFor these discharges and to thrcatouecl strike I have called up FROM ACROSS THE SEA FLAWED BY CAREY Jjoiiclon Cholera Grain Statistics LONDON Aug Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Honniker a passenger ontho will itis said on his arrival in America the policy of reducing the postage to England to one penny Davis Daltoti the American who claims that he across the English channel onhis baclt is much incensed at theletter three Oxonians in tho Times asserting that did not accomplish tho feat He declares he did swim the whole distance and to sustain his reputation he will swim half way across tho channel tomorrow m the presence of representatives of the press The cholera scare in this city life It was the1 product of shallow diagnoses and sensational inc patient Telgh is now lying at a popular hospital from a severe which at this is commonly calledEnglish cholera a disease seldom fatal although death some times results whentbo system is otherwise reduced and1 enfeebled by disease One fatal case servant girl wasre ported two weeks ago but no attempt was made to create excitement about it IMs case which was much more aggravated than that of Teigb was one of English cholera which is not Even if Telgh should havn a relapse and die that result would not prove was Asiatic cholera SOME GRAIN PESTH Aug Statistics gathered by the Hungarian Minis ter of Agriculture place the wheat harvest of the world at hectolitres and tho quantity required by the importing countries at hectolitres Ihe total quantity available to meet the import demand is litres The Minister of Agriculture lays stress upon tho fact that owing to the quantity stored tho grain small as compared with the import requirements THE MADRID Aug cholera ing steadily along the Mediterranean north there aro inj the neigh borhood of twelve new cases The disease lias appeared in several villages in the province of Toledo SOMEBODY WED V DENVER Aug to Sheriff while attempting to arrest M R Coppileau a driver was compelled to use his guii to subdue the man Coppileau refused to hold up his team and offered resistance by hitting the officer over the face and head with his whip Finally Rollins unable to bring him to terms by main force drew his revolver and fired the ball penetrating his lungs thought he will die Rollins gave up to the police THE CASE WASHINGTON Aug to Turner who started with Bullis the alleged confidence man for Salt Lake is back again in the city and the case is once more in the court He got only as far as Alexandria with his prisoner and then failed to retain him as against the harrassing lawyers Turner seems to be short of money Bullis seems to have plenty of backing and the litigation is likely to be protracted over the question of Turn ers right to his prisoner MRS MORGANS CHIME WnEBLiKO W Aug Francisco Chronicle The trial of Mrs Morgan in Tyler county has come to an end with a verdict of mur der in the first degree and the woman has been sentenced to tho penitentiary for life the first case in tho history of tho State in which a woman has been given that punish ment The murdered man was a cousin of General John Morgan tho celebrated Con federate raider and cavalry commander and the crime was a coldblooded one The womans husband had been absent from home on tho date of the murder May and on his return sat down to sup per not knowing that his food was poisoned While he waseating his wife went behind him and shot him in the back Morgan fell over and his wife cut his throat with a butcher knife She then ran to a neighbor s house and said that a stranger had come to her home had asked for supper and had shot her husband iu the breast Ha imme diately fled she and another stranger entered the house and cut herHus bands throat The State succeeded in fixing the crime upon Mrs Morgan a neighbor testifying that she had said four or five days before the murder that her husband would bo dead six days Another woman nad called at the was being set and Was drink a cup of tea when Mrs Morgan tookit from her shown that ariflo in was day be fore the murder but was empty after the crime wascommittee While in jail Mrs Morgan was heard herself Baying laid the plot A TEtiTjER WHO SPECULATBD Augi ciated Allen teller oftho Capital City Bank is reported short in his accounts to tho amount of 000 or Allen has been specula ting in Rock Island stock with the banks money and a fall in the stock at New York Thursday caused him to make a confession of his shortage TWO MAHONITES HANGED DANVILLE Aug Early andByard Woods colored were hanged at Rocky Mount Franklin for arson committed in October last The negroes fired a large tobacco warehouse be cause the owners refused to allow General Mahone tospeak there THE PANIC SUBSIDES TTyornings Democratic Candidate Gets the Worst of It ROCK SPRINGS Aug to Rock Springs onjoycd its first rally of tho campaign last night Judge Carey and Baxter the Democratic candi date for Governor being engaged in a joint discussion on the issues of the day Never lias such a crowd been together at ono time in town as there was on this occasion It is generally conceded that Carey did up his opponent in great style and the Republicans aro very enthusiastic over it A COLORADO CONGLOMERATION DENVER Aug Tho IndependentLaborFarmers Alliance convention which has been in session in ths city for several days has nominated a full State ticket with John G Coy of Larimer county for Governor CAXIlORNIA DEMOCRATS SAN JOSE Aug Democratic State Convention completed tho nominations for State officers as follows Associate Justices of the Supreme Court Judge J N Coffee of San Francisco and GeorgeA Smith of Angeles Secretary of State W C Uen dricks Comptroller John Treas urer William Herald AttorneyGeneral W C C Boon Superintendent of Schools Henry 0 Hail Clerk of the Supreme Court J D Spencer TRAINS RUN WILD PBICE EIVE CENTS JACK WAS Si THE RAGE Palo Alto Wins tlio Pot in Straight Meats Three HE TROTS THE LAST HEAT IN THREE MEN KILLED BY A IT COLOKADO A Terriflfic Smash ontho Central An Incline Hallway Disaster Kosults In Six Deaths An Easier Feeling in the New York Money Market NEW YORK Aug Therewas anenor raous crowd of brokers in the change at the opening arrangin newal nearly annum Stock Ex for a re of loans Tho renewals were all made at G per cent pe with a premium of y per cent por Consul Baiz Says Only One Battle Aug rTiirBUNTS Francisco Chron icU Cruz Minister frorn Gnateroala to the following dispatch from his Government today Guatemala victorious between SalvadorAyala will bo President of Sal vador instead of Ezeta until the iegalelec tioii NIn speaking concerning the Baiz of said lMy day added but as the loans made today carry the brokers over until Monday the premium does not make the rate nearly as as yesterday Toward noon three eighths premium and interest was paid but the urgent demand was easily supplied and the rate fell otf In tho afternoon money was comparatively easv and a hopeful feeling prevailed Lon J liberal buyers reported that in the city with the bankers but up to 1 p m no conference was held The neneral belief however is that the last circular ofthe treasury assured easy money after and that the danger line is passed When Secretary Windom was seen to night concerning the stringency in the moneymarket and the effect of a redemption of four and balf per cent bonds he said I have been in consultation with DENVER Aug to accident on the Denver Utah Pacific branch of tho Burlington road about two miles this side of Lyons at 11 oclock this morning resulted in the death of one brake man and the fatal injury of Engineer Charles Norton his fireman and another brakoman The accident occurred to a stone train of seven loaded had just started down the grade from the quarry at tho tower when by some means un known the engineer lost control of his loco motive and tho entire train started on wild run down the mountain side where the track has a grade of fully five per cent As soon as Engineer Norton found that ho could not manage tho train he jumped from the engine landing upon his head upon the rocks His wrist and arm were broken in several places and ho sustained terrible injuries about the head his skull being fractured and his scalp being cut open for a distance of nearly three inches His fireman climbed back over the tender and attempted to uncouple the engine from the train but was unsuccessful and In at tempting to jump from the train his foot was caught in the coupling and ho was dragged somo distance Both of the brakemen jumpedfrom the flying train One of them was almost in stantly killed and the other received in juries from iwhich it is thought that ho cannot possibly recover The train on its wild career until tho dump1 was reached when all the cars wont over and were piled in a pro miscuous mass of ruins Tho collision stopped the engine did not leave the track train was im mediately sent back from Lyons accom panied by Dr Cronin and the bralco man and bis unfortunate companions were brought back to that place A later and official report from Lyon states that the men killed were E Norton en gineer Ferguson car repairer W Gurkin car The men injured and it is feared fatally are James Consadine con ductor J E Strayer James Miller fireman A BAD C P WRECK EMKJBAITO GAP Aug ated morning at Cascade the airbrakes of a train standing at Summit leaked and the train of a caboose and sev eral cars started down grade At the base the train crushed into a freight killing Conductors Kinsley and Connelly and Brakcmeu Beaver and Leviee and badly injuring a couple of others Tho Cascade stationbouse was thrown down a precipitous hill and if and seven cars piled up in a mass The Atlantic express and Overland Flyer were warned in time to avoid a fright ful disaster ANOTHER RUNAWAY CAR Aug runaway car don houses were of stocks It Secretary Windom was dor beyond wishinjh to see if have a ThaU of was as ho arms andrcfnsed to but that ofhis own A treaty hot to recognize liinvas Prcsiflent was signed rby thefour public v They united to depose hc bad not resigned Al f reports of battles he is saidtolVave nttCrly as duly hasbeenfought Theinvadin about consisted1 of arid rcnegado Vho to Grand Master1 of of Loco moti vo evening mNew 1 Associated gets routed themasBoon as Ju reply consequence of anotiier Belle Kamlin Ylecords a The Tenuy Race Again Postponed Fine Card for Motxmouth To and Tips BOSTON Aug five accept able horse have been entered for the Baloh freefreeall stallion raco Tho has been declared off and a S2000 purse for stallions In the class will be substituted to bo trotted September 17th ALTOS ACIIIIJVRMTIXT WASHINGTON PARK Aug event of day was the Palo Altolack match rnco for a purse of The horses wont to tho post with Palo Alto the favorite nt about to 870 for Jack Palo Alto won the first hcut by four lengths Time In the second boat Piln Alto was never headed1 and won by threequarters of a length Time Palo Alto won the third hoat by three lengths in the unpreconted time for tht sumo conditions of tho fastest previous time being made at West Side Park Ahiwl S beating Trinket in Alto also equalled tho time at Do troit a few weeks ago Tomorrow Sunol goes to lower her record and that of S if possible Futurity Stakes threeyearolds trotting mile Phallamont took tho llrst hoat mid race in a walk over Palathio failing to ap penr So time announced Hopeful Stakes threeyearolds trotting muo won lilyrina second Monetta third Lady Belle fourth Host time trot niilo heats won Emma second Embassy third Blaiuo fourth Best trot mile heats won Best time AT jrOXSOtTTH MoTorotmi Aug to tho heavy con dition of the track Tonny didnot run his trial against time Tho weather has been very Md of late and it now looks nu if the trial wouid be indeflnitolv postponed it will take a weekto frot thingsin shape for the crack fouryearold to do the Honors TODAYS EXTnrKS The following are the entries for today Monvnouth Virst race ono mile handicap sweepstakes My Fellow Worth Tulla Hlnckburn Helwood llancocas Second race threofourths of a mile Select Slakes twoyearolds Tosca Ethel Sister Linda Reckon Uncertainly Florimor Michael Russscll Surplus Sorcerer Third race ono and oMOhaif nines choice stakes threeyenrolds Judge Morrow Korotta Fan Fourth race one and oneqnarler miles handi cap sweepstakes Ke porlcr Orillamme Miss Hellc Fifth race one and liveeighths miles Gelling twovearolds Deunetta Emma 1 Blue Gown filly 93 Eudora Aella colt Milftties Bertha Campbell Ccrebus Bcniaima 1Slxth race ono mile thrceyenx oldsand upward of tfto lands Toddy Vonturo Vendetta Goinortn Autocrat on theMount Perin Gravity which ascends the mountain near heie dashed down the fivemile declivity this morning six persons and wounding many killing others The Question of Cremation It would be interesting to know what tho 7000 phvslcians from all parts of the world Berlin think of the objecs for which the International Cremation Con gress is now assembled in tiresame city It is most probable that as scientists and men whose dealings prac tical rather than asentlmental great majority of them would Rive the cre mation idea a hearty indorsement no that science advo cates cremation as the only proper method to dispose of the dead Sentiment alone us dead our of our Sciencerecognizes no distinction between a man and a deifd animal of any other Ditties Count Dudley liveeighths mile 81000 Revolt Alnor non Mr Sass Masara Colt Duke Two Lips Somerset Average Keyset Uncertainty Aquilon Flitter Filly Tirs 1 Worth Rancocas 2 Beckon La S Tournament Judge Morrow 4 Reporter Orl iTamme 5 Emma d Gomorrav Vendetta 7 Autocrat Volunteer 8 Somec well Ukedin the flrsfcrace on his per forniRiice of the 21st running scvcncigh iu on a heavy track Reckon has a mortgage 013 the secoiid race Tournament ia likely to be scratched third race as he will haroly be in fix after hard race the other day Morrow is the ouly thine in it outside of him Reporter with 103 up ought to go a mile and a iirier at a lively clip His IxW ininca icap on a toir7 truck iu Royal Cassius and Cynosure behind Inm is not T has several good wins to her credit and nearly all on fair tracks Autocrat has six wins out of twelve Brussels and Vendetta 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Great pressure is being brought upon both herand her bus induce her to she finally as now seems probable shewiilappear of Mme Navarrb Instead of Anderson It is believed that Abbey Ayill in persuading to America under his managpnieut next season S VK OccahicV this r ar steamer from hers state1 that is headway oftheGovernment tpL m be r of i have tibo ut pi Lug pesci al to i a rurlongGoiden Rod Flood second Cecil B third Tlruu Tbreequartcr mileStrategy riella second Tom Donohuo third Time trt v i Six Wary won Pearlsef in Johnstown after the were thrown intogreat1 bonfires and cre mated and thus a dangerous nuisance was abated The human bod ies found were not cremated because the men in charge of the work recognized the force of public senti ment and risk of contagion in preference to offending But shall science or sentiment rule in the matter thereafter Rather rshall not this sentiment that now bids us boxy our dead them Olio sentiment isas strong as the other when it obtains The old f 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