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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                Part First Pages 1 to 8 VCXL HO SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUKIJAY ATTGUST PRICE FIVE CEjSTTS Overtures Favorably the Czar Met by HE WILL NOW LABOR WITH FRANZ JOSEF Hie Change of Policy Viewed With Suspicion in AnstrlaA Meeting of tho Czar and Two Foreign News BBRMH Aug by New York Associated news from the Petorhoff Talaco conveys tho dis tinct Impression that tho Imperial meetings held have had a highly satisfactory result forEmporor William The officials of the Foreign Office hero maintain absolute rctlconco regarding tho nature of tho German Emperors proposals but admit that Ihero was Immense political significance In tho interview Advices from various reliable sources all confirm tho an nouncement that Emperor William desires that another European congress bo hold with a permanent cessation of further arma rnentfl Whatever the nature of the induce ment offered tho Cxar it Is certain that ho has met thn Emperors overturns favorably Hlnco PoOloisR first conference with Chancellor Von Capvjvl communications have boon parsing between the authorities here and at Vienna with a view to ex pediting a mooting of Emperors William and Francis Joseph Austrian official cir cles regard Impending change of po sition with Intense distrust hence tho semiomelal press of Vienna throw doubt on tho probabil ity of holding nnothor European Congress and profess credulity as to the Emperors presence at PolerbofT causing a great political transition At tho sumo time there word from Vienna that Emperor William has uslod tho Kmpororof AutitrUi for a conforonce within a fortnight preparatory a projected reception of the In Berlin in October Tho states that the Czar and Ernporora William and FrancisJosoph will meet on Austrian soil before definitely agreeing to the holding of a congress After the tonight thn Ernporor will start for Kronstadt on hoard tho Im perial yacht His Majesty proceeds to LocUmi where ho will witness an attjusk upon tho fortilicatlons Micro Ho will arrive at Potsdam Friday His now de parture as rngards hla foreign policy though only vaguely known has aroused of tho old Klsmureklan press ATTMF IKTIJKMOIT IAljACB ST TMsTKRSBnno Aug Cznr and Emperor William have arrived at tbo Peter holf Palace from Narva The has crtnforred tho decoration of tho order of St Andrew upon Chancellor Von Ouprlvl It is stated that and Czarina have promised Emperor William that they will visit Berlin In potobor CASTEJUUt TO MAfUtV Aug Dispatch Francisco ChrMiida Series fnn dr says that Sofior Castelar is marry Mme widow of tho I hull an statesman and that ho will thcm retire from political life lie is years old IHSCUSfiRt THK IOtUC QTJICHTTOH At a meeting of the Cabinet tho Ministers discussed the mfcusurea whioh the American Government proposes to adopt to insure a wholesome condition of salted meats at tho tin it of export KiiiKO ON TnK CAPK Aug Advices have been received hero to tho elVcot that the Portuguese have repeatedly 0 red upon a Uritlsh expedition whileIt was proceeding along tho KrIUsh side of the Kambozo river TItK STRIKE Aug trados unions hero arc voting large sums in support of the strikers In tho shipping As n result of the strike twenty steamers aro idle In the harbor THE PACIFIC SHO AT LINE Several Kailroada and Banking Firms Bidding for the Property CHICAGO Aug Dispatch San Francisco Clirontcle rail road mystery Is explained The Pacific Short Lino now building between Sioux City and Ogdcn is backed by tho Man hattan Trust Company of Now York Close traffic arrangements have been made with it by the iSt Paul road admitted a short time ago by President Milton and probably also with tho Great Northern When com pleted the road could easily divide through business with tho Union having all the Union Pacific connections and threo others An interview a year ago wltn Chairman Blanchard of tho Central Traffic Association and Director of tho Pacific Short Lino seems to have attracted attention to its possibilities and tho consequence is that tho St Paul Northwestern and Great Northern roads and two largo banking firms aro making spirited bids for the property Chairman Blanchard does not wish to sell but tho Manhattan Trust Company favors a sale which will probably bo made TARSNEYS WAR HK PJRODUCKS DOCUMENTS TO SHOW HOW HK SUFFERED Lard BUI Debate Lends to a Scone Hfltwoen Conger and Bock ON THK BOTIDER ATI Exiled Guateinftlnit Waiting for An Opportunity CTTV OF Aug lVanclsco Chrfinicte MatMil Barruridla exMInlstor of Guate mala who has lived In Mexico forsoino time virtually oxilod by tho popular fury against him on account of his atrocities In time has boen making all tho trouble for tho Government in his power and watching his opportunity to got ibaok into tho saddle Now that the Government lias its full with tho Salvador war he has come over tho lino withas many aw he can gather Ho Is at present watching nvents from the State of Gascon a near the Mexican frontier Tho people Of Guatemala fear and hate Barnuir For them no greater calamity could come they than the person of nindla with a force sufilclent to do his will President Boprau of Honduras und dent Barillas oftills country are In con smut communication and if hostilities be tween Guatemala and Salvador aro re sumed JKogran wlU certainly cotno to the aid of Barillas President Barillas has utsed to bo published telegram received from President with com and thereplysent by Barillas show how intensely those two men hato Ezota HOOKAH AND IllS UOASTS NEW YORK Aug The Hcraldn San Salvador special President Bograu of Honduras a few days ago issued a boastful manifesto tol what ho would do to troops to Invade Salvador but they did not got very furbeforo they were stopped by General Molina with 2000 men After a livehours buttle Bograns troops wore driven from Salvador with heavy c Aug tho Honse to day ONoil asked for unanimous consent for the consideration of tho Souato resolution for tho removal of tho remains of General Grant to Arlington Qulnn N objected McKlnley from the Committee on Kules reported and tho flouso adopted a resolu tion sotting apart Thursday and Saturday of next week for consideration of tho bill constituting eight hours a days work and relative to alien contract labor Tsirsnoy rising to a question of privilege sent to tho clerks desk and had road a letter in the fftrttnnal Tribune denying that ho had been wounded at Gettysburg or had over boon in Andersonvlllo Ho also had road a series of resolutions adopted at a mooting of tho of tho War Assoolution Cleveland Ohio denounc ing him us1 a vllllfier and reiter ating the stHtemont that ho bad riot boon wounded at Gettysburg Ho said that lin wished to deny tho statements contained in tho letter and the resolution Ho had been stricken at Gettynburg and taken prisoner on tho 2nd of July I8M Hero a prisoner until tho of Novem ber Ho produced of tho official records of tho War Department in sufiport of his Tho Tlouso then iosumod consldoratlon of hard bill After discussion Mason took the floor to tho debate In opposi tion to the bill Tho guntlotnan from Iowa Conger had praised the agricultural paper edited by Woddortnmi Ho could under stand why tho gentleman was so interested Here exhibiting n copy of tho paper was tho gentlemans picture Ninetenths of that paper was devoted to that picture and to arguments in favor of the bill He made no against Wodderburn Hn him ftelf wanted the evidence called for by his resolution olTorod yesterday at I the present time otTer a resolutionasking for anInvestigation as to what influence controlled the PostmasterGeneral in with holding the evidence Tho gentleman from Iowa and his friends had stopped informa tion from coming to the House In tho course of conversation tho gentlemen had so admitted Conger Indignantly denied tho correctness of those statements Mason as warmly reiterated them For a fmv moments the gentlemen contradicted each other with greater Muniness than politeness much to the arnusermsnt of tho House Onmotion of Mason an amendment was adopted strik ing from tin bill the clause preventing the use of casks a second time Also an amend ment allowing the use of tho brands lard compound or compound Hayes moved to amend by striking out all after tho first section defining lard and Inserting the provisions of the Paddock Rrosius raised a pointof order against tho amendment on tho ground that It was uot permnne The Speaker sustained tho point of order Mason appealed from the decision Tho decision of the chair was sustained by tho House Tbo question then recurred on ordering the bill engrossed and road a third time H was agreed to On tho passage of tho bill the vote stood M to 40 no quorum The House then adjourned Tho bill will come up again Monday Senate WASHINGTON Aug the Senate to day Blackburn offered resolutions wore agreed tho sorrow of the Senate at tho death of Senator Black the Senate at length on the character sorvicos of Beck After speeches had been made by Blnck burn Allison Plumb Carlisle and others the Senate us an additional mark of respect adjourned DOMINICA INVADJED A3V OPTION Uegiti mate in jPravided for by Butterworth WASnirGTON Representative vrill offer as an bill to prohibit dealing in any prosecution for dejiUng for violatlotvof tJio of this act It snail bo sUfflftleot Defensethereto How tho Haytians Propose to Settle Their Tjitfclo Bill OITV o SANTO DOMINGO Aug tiNK Francisco Chronicic Ser has reached this capital that on the night of August 520th 800 Hay tlan troops stationed near the frontier of tho invaded the terri tory oMbhts country The Dominican Gov crnmont dispatched an armed force to drive out the intruders Tho Dominican troops repulsed thb enemy killed twentythree 1M and wounded anumber of others i hadbut four soldiers in is felt hero at Hayti a this invasion of Dominican soil Cabinethave boon called 1 together President Ulise Huerroux to consider advisability of declaring war against llaytl President TTuerrdnx said tito raal cause of tho trouble was lSTi and 1S76 atreaty for commercial pur into between the Haytlan Dominican at the same time defined tha boundaries ofrthe two countries A spfielal stipulation of treaty was that Hayti was to riiake use ofa of she needed1 and Santo Dkuiingo was to allow to so tised on condition that Hayti to i the Dominican Government S150000 as lonigas if the defendant the rein satisfactorily prove Qf was mbre topermit all to enter Into Hayti duty paid tho loranum and somethingover alleges that at tho time of entering into any qob tract on the subject Of such biioh contract war made tho United States or any State or niuBlclpullty that time of such ho was a farmerand had so Virtual course production the timeof making such rthe time he was making or actuaijy onV f aged in the production the5 Article sb to WAfe ripteu5 Kood faith on lilSvVpurt v actually deUvor n e d efon d a iit at th e 11 mei of ability ZHM An iOf article iinuchriim irapbrtbdf Santo pobiingo th greatly stif toher bargain aitid retain forrriftiion WBERLYS SECOND SI The Pen Considered Mightier Than a General Strike He Ignored the Rights of Lahor and of tho People The Centrals Sweating System Momentous Deliberations at Terre Depcw Sails ToDay LONDON Aug Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Depew is on his way home He took the train from Hamburg today for London When he went away from hero three weeks he loft a lot of hiRgsiRe behind him saying ho should not be in London again until August 30th and would call for it then A private dispatch received from him to day says thathe expects to arrive hero Saturday njght and sail at once for New York Tho only steamer he coild possibly catch at that time Is tho which leaves Southampton Sunday afternoon He has nor booked his passage on her either here or at Bremen Every birth on tho ship was sold a inonth ago and if he succeeds in catching her he will have to take chances for a place to sleep Ifhe misses her he will riot be able to catch a steamer until Wednos nay next IOWnEIUWS SECOND SHOT NEW YORK Aug Powderly touight wrote areply to the statement of President Webb as follows see that yon have at to break the silence that scaled your lips in relation to the causes which led to the dis charge of fifty or sixty employees Your alleged explanation is even less creditable to you than tho silence it has broken and in any way excuse thestand you have taken Your statement is eminently worthy of a man who can soo no cause for investigation in eases of drunkenness incapacity breach of duty and insubordination All of these men have a righttoknow whether they wore discharged for cause You cannot assert witli any degree of accuracy that any ono of these men were dismissed for the caaso you set forth You must depend on tho statements made to you by your subordinates your superintendents and foremen Let me do jou tho favorto show you what manner of men you have to rely on for your supply of truth John Hrlggs is a foreman in the employ of your company He has been and Is dis charging workmen Tlpon his word you decide the fate of poor follows who appeal to you against therIocision of said Brings Appended tothis communi cation ynu will find affidavits from a num ber of employees of the New York Central which may cause unbiased people to think that drunkenness Is excusable if tho drunk ard will only share his whisky with the man who Inspires your statements You will learn order to retain employment in the best corporation in America to the men the poor laborers hare to pay thn bosses several dollars each month to got favor Trorn the man on whose statements you lean When asserting that yon have to discharge a man for any onn of a dozen causes telling him which oho applies tohim I must yet learn why your simple based on hearsay should Or that it should have iauy rnoro weight than that an honest workingman From five to twenty years the discharged men in tho employ of the company you represent but it was only when they joined the Knights of Labor thai they were drunkards incompetent and iriaUentlvo to duty You continue to assort that there is nothing to arbitrate Can you bo soblinded by your associationsund surroundings as not to that the traveling public ought to know which of thesemon are drunkards which incompetent and so on so that they may not trust their lives in the hands of such characters either in your service should you soe fit to again employ them or in any other con cern Woro yon a student of economic questions you would know what the sweat ingsystem moans You would know that It Includes tho worst feature of the compet itive system own nose bo neath your own eyes and carriedon by the very men upon whoso bare words you dis miss old employees exists form of sweating system which parallel only in that practiced on thesewing girls of In the face of tho plain statesmanlike words of your superior in olTlcn Chauncey M De pew you deny tho right of arbitration Lot ma remind you sir that lie does not or did not position you have assumed Depews when the question of a Nationalarbitration law was before tho country Indicate WHERE DEPBW STOOD at that day You alone claim to have any rights in tho matter and nothing but the fact that you are the possessor of immense wealth warrant yon iu taking the stand you have taken Men who Vandcrbilt systemwon Id not have done so had not the hope of obtaining and retaining employment been held oat to them by the company to make their homes along the line of the tho management of the concern are morally responsible for their presence at these points and should recognise that they some rights in the premises the least which is to bo heard iuthoiu own defense Men whoso words 1 never had reason to doubt make the statement to mo that thoy were called up before their foreman or superin tendent and Asked if thoy were Knights of Labor and when they frankly admitted that they were they wore discharged is alone that you re fused First refused toarbitrate second to investigate third to face those men iu my presence aud satisfy yourself whether your foremen told you the fourth you have defied the laws of the State in ignoring the Board of Mediation and you have refusedtip to the voice of the public which asks for simple justice and cares nothing for the person alities of to the Six th an d last y oci aye sho wji th at h u has no claims You bava refused wlionvyon have your elaim trrue Had you satisfied the men there woaid be nothing for You are as much in satisfy them in this satisfyiubolegally constituted of tho company THETERRE the TJuIced of illa 11 5 with William Sheehan the scrand secretary and treasurer and P B Morrissey vicegrand inuster of tho trainmen The other members of the LouncIJ are Frank Sweeney grand master John Downey vice grand and John IJall grand organizer all of tho witch men s Mutual Aid Association and J J kelson Lovejoy and Nelson took the places of the two grand officers of the Conductors Asso ciation who are coming from Los Angeles and were delayed After Chief Sergent called the council to order and first routine busi ness had been attended to the Council de cided that the matter of giving news to tne press should be placed entirely in hands of Sargent It was also deemed best not to give on I any of the deliberations un til the council came to a final adjournment The morning session lasted until 12 oclock when the Council adjourned for lunch To all inquiries Sargent had the stereotyped reply that nothing could ba given out until all business was ended Sargent hod not finished his report to the Council when the dinner hour came Of course the exact wording of his re port cannot bo given but it chiefly to what he had learned in the East concerning the discharge of the two switchmen at Buffalo The president also reported his interviews with Powdxuly and Hayes He touched on his Sargent s visit to Webb at tho request of tho latter and told of the evasive replies given by Webb to his leading questions After Sar gent was through Councilors Howard Wilkinson and Sweeney made their reports The threo took up the time until 5 oclock Then a free discussion was conducted every member of the Council taking part and It was not until oclock that the Council adjourned for supper An Press correspondent bad a chat with Sargent Debo and Hannahan Debs said plainly that it would be after midnight before tho proceedingswould he brought to a close Sargent Coincided in this and said the no tify their families Sunday roast would have to bo carved by somebody else thanthe heads of their respective families Tho members of tho Council took their time about getting together in the evening They newspaper men and up to a certain point were quite free to express themselves bub when pointed question Will there be or not was put to them it was the signal for a cessation of conversation As to the momentous On WAR V between and theVanderbilt linos there arc conflicting opinions Sar gents position is known He thinks Pow derly was not treated justly by Webb Ho stands in the Council and before the public as the champion of labor is fully in accord with Sargent Wilkinson who represents the comparatively newlyformed organization of rail way conductors is willing bring his hosts into battle array if a wai ls necessary The feeling of all tihcVothers expressed in the reply ot Sargent to a question put to him Said he Lneversaw men in a more harmonious mood than the members of the Council were This does not necessarily involve a it s clear that if tho councillors their end of organized labor with out H strike they will do so less they are hold and to facethe music If It The public need expect nothing definite tonight Tho council has plaeedHnthe hands of Secretary Deno the of tbo members whowent east to confer with Powderly There are communications presumably from Pownerly and resentatives of labor interests which were also given to Debo ranghigin proper form and this is done ANV IMPORTANT STATEMENT to be given to tho public must be formu lated In speakine of said tonight It is within tho bounds of we may reach a conclusion What that conclusion is no one on the outside will know until a statement is writtenout and sighed We are moving carefully We must have ourselves presented in lignt to the public this end wowant our position stated Tho query here arises naturally wbysucb care unless the Council archiyfavor of dressing themselves inpaint taking iip their tomahawks and goingafter tho scalps of This is tho question which one hears on every side but speculation is useless and not until Sargentsund his COD forces get good and ready will anythingdefinite bo known Certain it Is that tho public will wait until Monday before its mind is relieved At oclock tonight the Supreme Coun cil adjourned as a body The committee will probably be in session all ulgbt and Sargent announces to representatives of the press the following We havesent the following message to in New York TheSiiprcmn Council lifts bcon in session ftll clay but no decision is yet reached Wo now awaiting irnportnni The Council fully endorses voir position and order you may hn afsarerl Miat your intier will recfiivo duo consideration You will be promptly advised of further BBfjATIONS WITH NEW YORK Aug this morn iur being asked about Chief Arthurs state mentthat the latter could not auswer a Jotter which had not been addressed to him personally but which had been given to the newspapers said Arthur never answers I send him When I went to Cleveland I wired him that I to meet him Although I scoured the town for him 1 could not find him1 He has never shown a disposition to meet me All I want Arthur to do is to declarewhich side he is on Is he for the workmen or lor the A HUDSON STRIKE ALBANY N Aug Hammondof ttio Hudson road this iliorning told the Green Island thatthey would accept from and de the all freight The yardmen and freight One of tho strikers said a strikeon theD H had been orderedbetween Albany and Green Island Superintendent Hammond returned from Green Island this afternoon strike was confined to the yard brakeraen only in the yards at Green Island and the Xumber and Church in tbis city in all about seventyfive He did hot know whether strike would extend anyevent abide by 3iis de9isiou in ling transfer freightto and Cen tral NOfreighthaslicen these three niglit force to go To WQik igb ri the yards This strikers upto iUNOL UNDER TIE Marvin Urges the famous Filly and Siie Scores S RECORD IS STSLL UNBEATEN The First Quarter Trotted at a Wins an Easy Ball ins of the Clubs 10 oclock at Torre Havite Firemen WASHINGTON PARK Aug event of the day was Snnol tho famous California mare effort to beat the fouryearold record previously made by her and record of Maud S if possible Snnol came to the post driven by veteran Charles Marvin Her pace to the first quarter was terrific for a firstquarter going the distance in 33 seconds or a gait From there to the half the mare seeemed to loso her speed reaching the half pole In but this time scorned to indicate her speed as she went to tho threequarters in and borne in Marvin urgco her greatly in the last quarter This equals her performance as a threeyearold In the class trotting unfinished from yesterday when Chief Medium and Duke took one heat each and Navidad two Kremlin today won two heats and Navidad took the third and the race Kremlin wins second money Chief Medium third fourth Dnlco had been distanced in the sixth heat Best time pace SJOOO mile Wilkes won Pickaway second Fred Arthur third El Monarch fourth Best time pace mile heats won Grants Abdallah second Guy third Tillie fourth Best time AT SARATOGA SARATOGA Aug Van won Peun H second Garnet third Time first Giinwad second ono third T Congress Hotel Angeles won Dollilnns third Time Second Angeles won Dollikens second Wary third time Threequarter won Cfa leco second Costa Rica third won Bohe second Dyer third Time 1 30 AT MONMOUXTl PARK MONMDDTH PARK Aug heavy Fellow won Worth second Bel wood third Time Select stakes twoyoarolds six furlongs Tosea won Reckon second Sorcerer third Time Choice stakes threeyearolds mile and a won by four lengths Woretta second Time Mile sinda won Eric second Reporter third Time Twoyearolds live furlongs Bertha Campbell won Mrs Deunet second Emma Time threeyearolds and dytto second Teddy Venture third Time 1 J7 Free welterweight handicap six fur won St ames second Montague l Threefourths of a colt won Aquilou second Two Lips Tlie Players Brotherhood BOSTON TheBipobsconlrlnlhit weroshutout aftrar six innings in tho rain AUfindancR Hoston 4 3 002 BufTalo 0 000000 Bos n 10 1 Bos ton Buffalo 2 Daley and Murphy Doe and 1inJigJin Sheridan and Gafl tiey The Phillies won by n combination of Inck ftncl errors Attendance 6SOO Pbiladclphia 0 I I 00 Chicago 1 0 0 0 11 0iO Philiulolphift 0 Chicaco 0 Errors Philadelphia 9 Chioiigo 2 Sanders andjMiiliRiin Hoylo and Farrcll Um pires Ferguson anr Holbcrt 0 16 4 05 Thn Pittsbnrga outbaUcd Uicir opponents but lost through errors A Ucn dances MOO 0 5 2 0 2 0 09 PUtsbiiTjr 00 30 0 1 0 228 Brooklyn 6 PiHshurg 1H Errors Brooklyn C PiUshurg Sowdrjrs niid Uailey Toner and Quinn Snyder andPearce NEW TOKK Gruber lost to Cleveland in the tenth Atten dance 2000 New York OS 0 2 1 0 0 Cleveland 00000 1 New York 6 7 New York S G 1 Rwing and BTOWII Gruberand Brennan Kmglit and Jones The National League NEW TOUR SparrottB capital work won to the New ork8 Attendance 2000 6 0 2 0 32 00 07 0 00 13 Cincinnati 6 and Murphy Strief New 0 New York 30 TViifle each Batteries Rhiues and Harrington Smith The Pittsburgs were again shut out pHcbPd in great form Attendance Phlladelbhia 202 2 0 0 Bittsburg 0 0 00 Philarlelphia 7 Errors Pittsburg f Philadelphia 2 Kspcr and Smith and Sch river Collinss twobagger i n the tenth won the game Attendance 4100 Chicaco 0 01 01 00 1 Brooklyn 2010 0 Opl 014 Chicago G Brooklyn Chi cao 2 Brooklyn 5 Hutch and Lovott and Clark Mc Quald Tlie American Association C St Syracuse i 2 ST SYRACUSE r 13 f t ROCHESTER Aug hero today iliverclill Y1 reu with bodies were lior Standing oi the Clubs standing the clubs rin close of discovered bneof onetOis i i ti BKOTIIEKHOOD 9758 ft 4J 1i6 ASSOCIATION CLUBB 9965 10284 0830 10061 101 10L44 08 THE YELLOW PEST Panama Natives Inanffxiratc Anti Chinese Crusade PANAMA Aug tho flourishing days of tho canal boom the Isthmus has lecn overrun with Chinese immigrants and at lust the natives have taken it into their heads that these gentle heathen aro moro harm than benefit to the country and that their influx had better bo put to a stop With this object in view an AntiiChinese Society has been established Through the eiVorts of this society a memorial numerously signed has been forwarded to the National Govern ment praying for the enactment of anti Chinese laws During a demonstration Sunday several Chinamen were pretty rQughly handled Return Front Europe NEW YORK Aug llagpin re turned from Kiirope today He denied tho report that ho was to sell his stable I ossi bly he may part with some of the young but would keep all the good ones Haggin starts for California Tuesday HONORS FOR ERICSSON EMBARKATION OF HIS BJ2MAIXS HIS LA27D The Grandest Pjigeant Since GraYits Ceremonies on tho Naval Display BOITE HAS A SENSATION Charles WarfieW Arrested for Holding Up a Stage THE OFFENSE COMMITTED IN 1884 History of the Crime for Which WellKnown Was Arrested Attempt to Rescue Notorious Arrests Promised NEW YORK Aug remains of John the inventor started on the Baltimore for Sweden his native land today for final Interment The pageant in this city was one of the grandest ever seen since Grants funeral There were no hitches no delays and everything went like clockwork Six American seamen six of the original sailors who served on tho monitor built by Ericcson during the war acted a pallbearers and carried the casket to tho hearse Whenever the procession passed in front of a church no matter what denomination the bells tolled a requiem to the memory of the Kreat SwedishAmerican who was bein carried away All along route tho were thronged with people and uncovered heads were bowed in respect to the precious contents of the hearse When the procession arrived at the pier tho remains were immediately earned on board the tugboat The preceded by steam launches from thn fleet proceeded to tho Secretary Tracy and other officers and guests on board the Nina were received on board tho Baltimore by Captain Schley J he Swedish Minister was represented by his secretary Baron de Fries The remains of Captain Ericsson were hoisted aboard the boat nnd the casket placed on the quarterdec It Everyone stood with uncovered heads while Mr Kob inson ono of the executors of Capiain Ericssons estate delivered a brief jiduress delivering the remains to the care of Cap tain fichley He said is my honorable duty to commit to your care tho body of Captain Ericsson to convey it land that eovo him birth We hold in grateful remembrancetho services be rendered us his adopted coun try for forty years we now pive the re mains to the land of his birth No one wrought greater things in naval warfare than did Captain Schley in reply said that ap honor conferred and made a few remarks eulogistic bf tho memory of Captain Ericsson and his ser vices to the country Secretary Tracy hold n few minutes con versation with tho officers of the Balti and then the visitors returned to the The Baltimore got under way the Nantuoket fired one hundred guns from its battery of howitzers Bal timore went down the line with tho Swedish Hag flying from her fornmast anrt tho American Rag from her stern both being at h al RUBENSTEIN AND BERNHARDT Henry Abbey Bring Them to America LONDON Aug San Francisco E Abbey offered Anton Rubenstoin the com poser and pianist for a tour through America during the season Rub ensteln is undecided whether to accent or not as he is afraid of the fatigue of Ions journeys Flo is about to resign his post of directer of the Imperial Conservatoireat St Petersburg Abbey has also completed arrangements for an engagemenfof Sarah Bernhardt who will make a tour through the TJniteo States under his management The play on which she will rely fs the new dratna Cleopatra Emilo Morecau and Victonn Sardou which will be produced in October at tho Port St Martin Theater the American rights of which have been secured by Fanny Davenport A F J V Mill LYNCHBURG Aug Dis Francisco Chronicle lioljert Canwn a young society man insulted Mai Flood a Member of from Appomattox at a german given last night by MiyorCencey Flood slapped his face in re turn Later in the evening Blair Bannister an intimate friend of Camin took up the quar rel and insisted Flood Today Flood walked Into Bannisters office and demanded an apology which was cursed him and walked out This resulted in a a fight which was accepted with sereral society men asseconds 1 hey met In a tobacco factory where they fought eight minutes Flood got the worst of mill and was about knocked out when the bystanders stopped it Thefunny part of the businessisthat boxing mas ter under whom Bannister had been study inthe art of selfdefence utilized the oc currence asan advertisement of bls boxing academy Want the AVhole Thentselves OTXAWA haVbeen re ceived ty the Government from Jsew West minster againsv allowing the grant Tn of permission to American lishennan to bunt whales m the Gulf of Georgia The cause of the pro test fact that taih Cooper of Westminster js just finishing has been built whaling in the gulf and his fHends think the nrivilegb should not be handed over to an Tt is said theGovernment will refuse A GerraaW Crey Massacred received here fromthe New Hebrides Islaiids states tbat massacred tbe crew A ship snelled the Advices from Sanioastate Oon sulsat proclatoatlqnin neighbors1 has RUTTE Aug to In tho latter part of November 1SS4 the and Helena stage eoaeh was held up in tho canon between Knnlfler and Jef ferson City by eight masked men and to day the first and only arrest of tho highwaymen was made by United States Marshal Furay in the person of Charles Warfield who Is a wellknown and who has lived in and nut of Butto since tho robbery and for a long time previous Tho holdup created great excitement at the time The passengers on the stage wera Judge D P Wade Masseim Bullard Thorn as n Carter Colonel Johnson W E Cullotx Warren Toole These distinguished gentlemen were compelled to walk up tho hill with their hands held biixh in tho air Tho hold up was not for booty but to re lease Con Murphy and several oC his gang who were supposed to bo on tho stage on their way to Boulder for trial Murphy was after wards lynched in Helena W P Cameron at that time Sheriff of Meagher county anticipating trouble had come from Helena upon patrol duty and came upon tho scene five minutes after the stoppage of the stage Ho was un expectedly confronted by the eight men lying in ambush and requested to hold up his hands This he refused to do where upon they opened fire and shotliim through the abdomen inflicting a severe wound but Cameron reoovered and Is now living in and it is supposed that Marshal Furay got his pointers which culminated in todays arrest from him When arrested Warfield made no resist ance fie merely inquired as to tho charge and Marshal Furay told him that he would acquaint him later The prisoner was taken to the county courthouse and locked up where he was visited tonight by your cor but ho refused to commit him self Warficld is a native of St about 45 years of age has a wife and one child and Is well connected Marshal Furay says he has a clear case n gains Warfield and will bring other members of that old gang into tho toils before be is through with his game of sifting tho THE PANAMERICAN ROAD South Americans Taking an Interest in the Project PANAMA Aug scheme for a railroad is exciting a good deal of attention in tho British colony of Guinea South America and ono local paper suggests tho colony join the scheme It says The gigantic project providing railway cotn municiition between the United States and Patagonia has taken definite shape and nmy be regarded fairly in motion Tho Pres ident of the United States has given an ex pression of opinion in his official capacity strongly in favor of it and appropriation of toward the preliminary expenses has been voted After quoting largely from the Presidents letter the paper says This railway la be built sooner or later and it is possible but highly probable that boforfttbe close of this century a man may step on tho train at New York en route by rail all the way to Buenos Ayres either via Venezuela and Brazil or by the West or Pacific branch fora proper service of continent will demand a lino on the east border nor is it at all inipiobabln that our own colony will be included in the system unless oC course deliberately condemn to obscurity Secretary Blaine who is a warm advocate of the proiect lays the utility and feasibil ity of it very plainly before his fellovrciti GIBBONS ON NEWMAN The American Cardinal Pays Trib ute to the Englishman Cardinal Newman waa great Catholic and a thorough Englishman He differed as much from Cardinal Manning as Moses did from Joshua Newman like Moses Joshua Newman was the contemplative scholar Toshua was man who fought the battle of life in the world In their obituaries papers appear to two insaying that Cardinal Newman was advocate of the and inthe settlement of the laborersstrike It was not he but nal Manning who did all this Cardinal Newman is revered by his countrymen re card less of religious belief a literary r man he had 110 English excepting possiblv Matthew Arnold or Lord Macaulay He had a great versatility of genius and his v writings Include history commentaries on the scriptures polemics and controversies While vigorous as an opponent coar teous to those against whom ho was tending began at the time of his controversy with It was this that called forth his masterly work which elicited the admiratiain of the English speaking It an aixtobJograpBy and a sketch of the men with him in the Oxford movements worlds bis the Present Position of the Catholic in as it con tains 1 search and profound finite fund of lived his oratory nears his suite of rooms was very plainly Iu 7 with him and on that occasion the story of the great libel suit was tne was and a heavy course of lectures he of anexpriest clearly trial tBatruth ot jury   

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