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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE MOST EXTENSIVE BEST ADY3RTIW MEDIUM IN TICK ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION CIRCULATION ALL OTHER DAILIES COMBINED VOL XXXIXlNT0 232 SALT CITY UTAH MOEIN ING AUGUST 27 isoo PRICE FIVE CENTTS IN THE LEGlSUIiyE SOOP The Free lead Amendments Over whelmingly Defeated SANDERS MAKES AN ABLE SPEECH Senator Hearsts Vote Recorded Against the oi Mic Facts Tor the AVcst to Paste in Its Hut LAKE THIIUJNE BrrrtEAxr J 517 Fourteenth Street J WASHINGTON f AUK 2B I BOO load ore to a finish camo to a Close lato thift afternoon Ir the Senate Tho House duty stands and Mexico mtisL pay for privilege hftreaftur If aho wishes to coin peto wUh tho products of Arnorioan mines The close of the debate was lacking iti in terest Senator Plumb rnado another at tempt At rrilnprlod and oratory and Jieagan tearfully donfcd that ho know any thing about tt lead trust or a load ore lobby t of MonUna made a line plea for tho mining Interests for which ho was very warmly congratulated by Senators Aldrlch Hoar Dawes and other Eastern Senators Oscar Kean not on hand when tho vote was taken and Agent Meyer was not fjiwsont to hoar tho free tradft amendment drop with a hollow sound Into the legislative soup tureen Tho first vote was taken on Senator Plumbs amendment redlining tho duty to threefourths of u cent per pound Every Democratvoted Tor the amendment and Republican present exoopt Senator Plumb east his ballot against It Senator Infills was conveniently absent during the roll call Senator Cokes amendment to put argen tlforouH load ores on the free list was then put and was defeated by a vote of 10 to 10 Senator IngnUs voting In tho negative Sen ator Hearst who had promised to change his pair and vote with the minor failed at the last moment and was paired in favor of his party And HO tho House duty is retained and unless sorno unforeseen accident tho re ciprocity question threatens which Is now scarcely possible tho mining Interests are safe rfnd tho load ore producers can bo as sured of a stimulus and a protection which they well deserve and which they lutvo so badly needed alnco 188H HONOR TO THE VICTORS And now a closing word upon tho struggle so happily ondod It WHS a bitterly hard fought contest from tho outset A lobby as tinscriipulousaml as provided with money as any the old days tho Pacific Mall haunted the Capitol from the opening of tho session They nearly won the day at tbo finish nnd would have wiped out tho duty 1C Senators Jones Toller and Stewart not literally threatened tlui weakkneed members into compliance with Yieoonoyi F Tamos of Salt saw tho aangor passed sleepless daysand nights iu working to avert It could If ho would havo told tliopooplo of the Far West of the herculean olYorks of Fred I1 Dubols Representative Oaroy John P Jones and Henry M Teller In dofonso of tho mining interests but If ho did so he would probably omit any reference to his own valuable services hero lit Washington For that reason I desire to mention them and to that no Inconsldorablo portion of the credit 3s duo to his vigilant and always wise olforts to defend load mining against the Democratic ftssnults and tho liberal oxpon ditures of the smelting layhawkor com bines He stayed through tho contest until the duty on lead ore had boon safely re ported by tho Senate Finance Committee and only left for homo When ho folt that ho could safely leave tho matter in the hands of Senators Jones and Teller and and Sanders Tho liepubl loan party bore tho burden bravely on Its shoulders and Is on titled to tho undying gratitude of tho minors of the West for Its watchful oaro of its Interests Lot it bo noted that in tho Somite not r sol itary Pomocratio vote was cast for this great Western Interest In the House but a single Democrat CUuilo of California voted in favor of protecting It Is a record which tho mining States should keep In and consult frequently for tho re freshing of their political memory A SOUNJV IHESS OVINCON Tho New York Tribune o this morning hud tho following editorial under tho title or The purftgrivph of the Tariff bill occu jiiiil tho Sttiwtns attention ycstcticliiy nnd much MIIS said for iintl rtgivlnso tho proviso jilTftcthig Importation of ftrgoiitifftrous lend ores Thdolmtc able nor us interest that had in tho Hiittso upon tho sumo sub to nothing ofViUno was iuhlMl Thi ikKiroplt prntensu that this proviso would ruin numy American rmuiters ftgnlti up Hiul thrust fnrwnnl as a reiiscu lead should bo broker in snsfiillo Hivor Carllslo Rturl ho was m Sloxruo last sunutmr while thn loud oro con trovrttsiy wivs jiondlng before Secretary Windom ami luvhwird many throats a dttolslon riMHleroil adverseto Mexican Interests British capital would promptly step in and erect rival smelters on Mexican soil professed never to havo sonn anv satisfactovy ovidntioo that any industry was injurod by the intro MrCwrlisle was ftlso m Ulato and Utah for several wwks last summer and if ho did not soo much ovuUnco thorsi ho was blind uid doaf All him American lead mines wove tons of ore wore lying tho diiinps and hun dreds of mincrsworo out of employment As for tho smoHing iuUrost no moro need Iw said than that thoro is enough nnd in lluxing ores in tho Rooky mountains to supply tho markets ot i ho whole world for the next owiturv nnd tho smelters can have all thoywamof it if tlvy ure only willing to pay American prices for Araerl can labor JUT V AW THK SILVER A ug 2B Press AVindom siiys that ho de slree 1oreloas6 from the Treasury all the money ho can he vUl continue to tho oilers are without regard tv tbo quota proportion for tho month THE IKTSH FAMINE Tim Wuuts the Withhold Their to THE FARMERS CONGRESS O An Important Gathering ac Council Bluffs Jowa COUNCIL Aug tenth annual session of the National Farmers Congress began heretoday Two hundred delogatos rejnesen ting twentythree States had arrived when the time Came for the congress open and iifty moro delegates arc expected to arrive by tomorrow when thirty Stales will bo represented The opera house in which the convention is held was packedto overflowing Governor Boise delivered an address m which ho ox a to the con gress on bohalt of the State of Iowa John Scott of Nevada Iowa dullvorea an address of welcome on behalf of the farmers of Iowa and Rev G W poet preacher of Council a poem of twentyseven which ho recited in poetic phrase tho welcome rklready extended lion A W Smith of Kansas and F L Nesblttof Alabama spoko OH behalf of the congress Presldflnt Koib then delivered an oddress At the conclusion of President ad dross the congress adjourned until after noon At tho afternoon session committees on finance and resolutions wore selected A resolution from the Wichita Hoard of Trade demanding tbo passage by Congress of thft AntiOption bill was presented for adoption but after a heated discussion wiis referred to tho Committee on Resolu tions Arrangements are completed for an excursion to Denver on Friday HE DAY IN CONGRESS i THE SKNATJ3 VOTES THJS FREE Aug H the National hero toduy Timothy Healey speaking of the ipotato bligbt said nothing stood between the people and starVation durliig the Coming winter The Govormuont was represented as being most to provide employment through now railways but how railway act be heklto prove tho dovtirumemts Intentions to meet the Besotted stupid ttyniarkodv thewLole cuncluot of tho executive Ti might not bo legal for the to withhold their1 land Tents oudng period of distress but tho man who pay hisrent and leave bib tamely be little better than an assassin rE the landlords support the i j i A Socialist Kiot When a meeting broke up ai 2 this morni ftolildon occiirred between the hoollilista Swords wero s 1 thrown Manjr were injured Fair ProKrows Miulo 011 the Tariff Unable to Got a A Lively Pcbiite Aug In the Senate the memorandum oflcrod yostorday ly Aldricb fixing tho time for consideration of and vot ing on tho Taritr bill was presented After so mo discussion It was agreed to by unani mous consent The Appropriation bill was road The paragraph In regard to reservoir Kites which rosorvos from entry all such sites was yjitioisofJ by Sanders who thanked Mm referees Ironically For having smrrilloufl tho interests of tho ooplo of Montana to tho insatiable maw of tho House Allison defended tho action of tho Senate conferees and explained tho oxtromo fltdlCMilty whicii they encountered in dealing thf suhjiot Ho rovliuvetl briolly tni history of the iiTipittoii purvoy arifl rJmrgfMl tlio House was nspfinsiblo for ongmlMiiR vdHnns In nrifl lands prevision on tho sundry civil appropriation i IS8S thurohy causing nil thii Hn avnwcil it us IIHVHIK bfniti the intontinn of tho jnnfrjrces in havo Mm survey wljuul out rf to n of us far us but tlioy luifl boon coa iVonlpcl by Hint tlio survey should RO on nrid bftoomo n pjirt of tlio sofctlfifl unrl normftnont policy of tho Tho result 1ms tho provision proposed to be insortwl in tlioSnntlrv bill provision was not wliul would liiivo wished if to be It was tint what the Koimo conferens wished but was Uie host solution they could secure RftuKAn defmided the pasit fiction of Congress In tliti1 mutter of sitos from Ho swicl If It Imd not been Ior that resorviUlon those lands woiilclhiivo bfton ly MK Itie HiiritT hiil tlicn taken up question boincou tho hud offered uuionilmoiH to admit tonrl exCracter from silver ores freo o duty and Plumb hurl olVerod ono rodttcifiK tho duty on lead uiul lend oros froin to cents Before proceeding with fMumhpiivo notice of an iimoiKltnent to the bill which IKJ would ofler lit the apnronrinto time The umiMulmout was read It la with some morlillcMUions tlio bill for rooi procity with Onmida iulroduoed by in the Ilouso Plumb proposes to restrict llio openitioii ot the rooiproonl iiiTnugement to uructiired lincl iniiienils Plumb then ravoof his iimendment opposed the two iimemlmonts At ttio close of tho discussion Plumbs amendment to reduce the duty on load oro from cents to otittt per nouiKl WHS voted on mid rojeotnd Loke s nmenclment mlmittuis lead extracted from silver oro free of clutv was then voted on nnd rejected No other amendment was offnved the pnru arnph and none to the next two paragraphs kiiul In 2 cents per pound and lead in snots cents per pound piirauvaph roliitipy to metallic mineral subsliuiuos in crudo state not specially provided forhavlni boon reached liliiir spoke ayainst Mio amendment reported by tlio Kiniincf Com mittee striking out the duty of 35 per cont on mica It wont bvor without action The next imrnRraph putting a duty of 3 coats a pound on crudo nickel was stricken out on ruoommomliUlon of tho Finiinco Committee The next paragraph rolatiuK to nickel nnd nickel oxide WHS nmoiided under the report of tho IMniuniO Committoo by reducing the duty from Into 8 cents per pound Tho paragraph rulatiuS to watuhos amended on recommendation of tho Finance Committee by tho duty on all watches 25 per oout ad valorem The paragraph relating to iu Mocks or pigs simuntlocJ on recommendation of the Iiiuiincc CoiriJultteo by reducing tho tariff from li to yz oents per pound the committee substitute for tho paragraph as to niotiil manuraoturos not specially provided for was agreed to wood and manufaoturos of wood having heou reached McPhetvsoti wished to olTor siibstltutu for the whole sohodirlo but he re it until i ho comnuttooaineiulments should iio disposed of Tho inirusrraph relating to sawed boards was on recommendation of tho cbtnnutteo amended by reducing tho duty from 35 per cwit to 10 per cont and by adding words Imposing a duty oC 20 per cont on voncors not especially provided for The next puntgraph piokclfl and pilings WAS by reducing the dutyfrom O por1 cent to 10 per co litAnd the next paragraph by vo duciug tho from 35 to 30 cents per thousand Alt rich moved to amend tho paragraph which puts a duty of 10 per cont on qtiftir caap inanu diaturod but made into finished articles by striking out tho words miuiufacturcil but not irificlo into finished and inserting in lifMi of thorn thewords orreeds whether wrought or mnnufiioturod from rattans or reeds iuul whether row squaro or auy other Agreed to Schedule rohitlng to sugar having been flinched vVldrich said tho committee proposed to lot that sohodiilo be over informally for tho prosont PO sohfculo volnting to calico ami Its will ho tho first thing to cjome up Adjouriunl House WASHINGTON Aug In tho House tho flrsl was tho Oohcor Lard bit the vote upon tlio passage of Saturday was not oon owing to tho absence of a quorum argnecl that tho other business on Uio Speakers table must first be disposed of debate on the subject Sncakor Ivoed deckled that the question beforo HouSq was roll oall on thopassage of tho Masotv from tho decision On sustaining the decision tho vote showed no quoviim nod ucftll of tho House was ordered 1 Quo hundred aud tittynine members having responded toitbcir name and nineteen members hiwin rflportud their presence to the Clerk the Speaker pro tern announced there was a quorum J Morgan moved an adjournmont saying that he bHlJeved thatsonw agreement on the Lard bill couldbereivolxed Tho motion was lost Caniion thcu offered a directing the SorgeautatAvms to notify the absent menibers to return to Wrishlngton AnclTe lottvw of absence granted on account of sickness Tho resolution recites that twico tho legislative werotntemptfd bywftht of aquonim that cer tain mombtsrs their an swerod to their nuriioa winder did riot re1 spend tb the togulai call Qrrtiti protested against the resolution ing it WU8 ah nnjust arnilgninent of every Tnem ber It and oonsujo tofthoso 1 There was groatc6iifusion in the Fully of privilege SUCUTC ds nothing but object SAGEBRUSH BOUND WED HER Mormon Delegates lickedOut by tfe Idaho Democracy A BAIT TO VOTES But the ftear Brethren Must Not Take Wilson No7ninated for Renomiii atecl for Contricss With a Hurrah Boisra CITY Idaho to Democratic State conven tion was convened this morning with a motion by Amsloe to exclude the reporters and audience After a hot debate tbe motion was lost Tho question of admission of tbe auti Mormon delegates ieciirred and they were given seats for the purpose of fixing a trade with the Mormon leaders so that Mormon might be fired from tho conven tion H could be understood by the church leaders that the Mormon votein tho soulh orn counties shouldbc given to the Demo crats whilo at the same time the exclusion from the convontlorrslumlclbonsecl to catch antiMormon Democratic votes Tho platform adopted complains of Republican oppression and of thenonad mission of Now Mexico aud Arizona en dovso tho Democratic platform oC JSSS opposes taxes except for Government ex penses for a revision the tarilVj nounoes tho McKinlcy tarilT bill favors a rebate of customsduties on raw material entering the Manufacture of machinery utensils and all necossarles of lifeendorses fiee and un limited ooinago demands protection for load favors system pro tests against Pinkertotis bullies the un rnlgraLion of servile laborers and Chinese demands that all public land held for speculative purposes should bo restored favors llio sillotmenii n severalfcy to Indians favors the of votingand tho olection of United States Senators by a vote of people denounces tho Lodge bill regrets the absorption of the treasury surplus pitches into Speaker Rood for liis despotism favorspensionftliberally but without and pledges tho party to complete Moscow StateUniver sity pledges the party to a strict onforue mont of tlic testoath ancl antiMormon reg istration laws lohri D Bennett of the Boar LakeMor mon delegation who was unseated by tbe convention is the United States supervisor of registration aiid election for product He was the sugges tion of rumes was repre senting the Democraticoommittfce at the time Tiidjrelerrywlllhqld court at Black foot on the to revise list of supervisors and Mr Bennett is1 likely to share the sanio therethat in the convoutlon Mr Hawly vouched for bis being a nonMormon at ap pointmentV but lie will now bo compelled to yield to the judgment oC Neither Mormons nor Mormon sympathizers should bo to super vlso registration undv election and the con vontion hap decided that Bennett is both Tho RepublicanSupervisor for the precinct is a consistent tho loyal Democrats of Montpelier cannow demand the Democratic con vention lias rQcpghlzed the party in Bear Lake TRE NOMINATIONS The convention Benj Wilson for Governor E Mayhew for Congress and Samuel F Taylor for Lieu teuantGovovnor ALL FOR MKINLEY Tho Ohio Congressman denominated with a Hurrah OLBVELANU 26 Opera House was jammed full of Kepublicaus when tbe Congressional convention wasopened at Masslion this telegram from Secretary Blaino was read causing immense cheering Congressman Smysor introduced Judge Munson of Medina who made a apccub nominating Ho reserved iiclvlnloys name to the hist and as it was pronounced clieorsand shouts arose and fairlyshook vote was called by Smysor the walls quivered with the mighty Aye that wont up and tho crowd cheered and cheered L Maior MoKinley then with his spcooh of acceptance vfhich was a jnasterly olfort A other speeches mado and convention ended amid great enthusiasm The JACKSON tutional Convention mot this afternoon and a call of which isthe regu lar order for Tuesdays arid Fridays aflood of resolutions were sub mitted and rolorved to appropriate conimit teos reportof the subcommittee on fianchisos rtoday and not difTor matoriallyfrqnvtho present pro visions Tho qualifications which are to bocoino operative are Every qualifiedelector shall bo ablo to read any article ortliQCoustitutlon State or ho shall boable to understand the same English Flour GoeisiUp LONDON Corn sociation of advanced the price of flourls Gd This makes an advance of Is Gdwibhiri a montb It Made aIJiiflerence A drove uptoa livery the other day arid saidJto the proprietor who stood prices to I would be best YO but to A Irian WIio Embraced Judaism Werl a KANSAS Aug Dis Francisco Chronicle Series When Roland Bombard Uelatt a well known Western newspaper man now o Bay Ciry started a newspaper here two years ago Samuel Reefer a prominent Hebrew of this city becamehis advertising solicitor Reefer had a goodlooking daughter Ada who was a devoted member of the Hebrew Synagogue here Gelatt met and loved thegirl but not being she refused to marry marriage belni considered in orthodox Hebraic circles equivalent to death His love was so strong that he consulted Rabbi torhis cmbratuag the Jewish faith The liabbi be longs to the progressive element and deter mined to aid Gelatt He put Gelatt on eighteen monibs probation uid issued a circular letter fo all over the country asking their opinions and re ceived many favorable responses to support his course in admitting a proselyte bavins complied with all tbo rites of the however Gnlaut waswilling to do Iu the presence of a quorum ot tbe congregation of 13Nai Jehovah Synagogue Golatt made a confession of his faifch m Jaclaisni and signed a paper binding him self to live the remainder of his lifenuder tho laws of Moses and the guidance of the Synagogue and to raise any children ho might have as Tows His then changed to Benjamin aud ho was given papers from Rabbi Berkbwita that will ad mit him the membership oil any congrp gation oof the Reformed Jewish Last night Gelatt Reefer were united Yiv marriage at the the brides parents The acceptance of Mi1 of Israel under tbo circumstances is almost without a precedent inthe history ofihe AN ARCHITECTURAL WONDER Mrs HqplansSearies Builds a Pal ace by tbe Sea NEW YORK Aug Dispatch Francisco Chronicle This week some day Mrs of San move new mansion on Block Island It the most magnificent place at this great arid fashion able summer resort It was designed by Mrs Scadess husband tlio very fortunate architect who succeeded Hopkins building for hera place at Great Burringtori Mass The new huusu is an architectural It is square mansion wioh a beautiful glistening dome finished throughout in the daintiest fashion imaginable hung with all kinds of expensive stuffs aud costly tapestries superbly furnished and bricabrao and objectsof located miles from anywhere or from II is declared to be inaccessible and Mr aud Mrs Searlos have indicated how much enteitiaining they at this remote palace by one guest and no moreThetejis a cliuiiigroom There are drawingro0msand art galleries and there is a hall topped by the glistening which is fodmiies around Js no to no accom modation for permanent hasbeen isiiggesteii that itthe mansion catches a house of would be bility of choking the flanies great AtlaiiLic ocean leapsup almost to the foundations tho It cost fur nished about a million and a half AN IMPENITENT Dr Suspended Until he Apologizes to Corrijsan NEW YORK Aiig San Francisco Chronicle Dr TJnrtsell the late pastor of theOh uroh bi the Epiphany who was charge on account of hi pathy with the excommunicated McGlyun liasVeen temporarily suspended from tho exercise of his a Romaii Catholic priest diocese of New York Tho decision of tho Propaganda In his case was iu effect that the Doctor should be removed from the Ohurclr of the Epiphany aud make an apology or a retractionfor bisection to the Archbishop Ho was allowed a contain time in which to dothis with the warning that if to give evidence of his penitence allotted time the sentence of temporary sus pension should be passed passed and the Doctor is still silen A BICYCLE MEET The Tandem Record Beaten by Campbell and Rich r NIAGARA FALLS Aug great day for the Eastern bicycleracing men at Niagara Falls They secured nine and seven seconds to twofirsts and throe seconds for the The feature of the meet was tho domoilsbnVent of the tandem record1 by Camp bell and wbo the distance in beating the worlds held by Zimmerman and Lums don and Winule came to thpsor row oftho Chicagoan aud the of championof A Great Tunnel Completied POHT HURON Aug men engaged upon the two ends of Glair river between Port Huron and Saruia shook hands with each other this St Clair river rand wj u IjnlS IllOtUJIli U IlLlui UiJW y iATViJ UbUU when it Is read to lie own m tbo ab subterranean highway echo his own shallhave paid taxes on itll theil r This marks property of value of 5200 for ti of fcbe greatest river tunnel the fiscal year next proceeding hisregistra anti probably the in Tt is filovon engirieeringin this It is eleven feet longer than the Brooklyn bridge Park this of ittie a ho stood BB I am coin Ive flict between the west the J directory and other took waiit abadtjmb and Tristan Atthe a biaukct ALABOR MASS MEETING The New York Knights Addressed by Powderiy HEPITCHES INTO CHIEF ARTHUR Some Fiery Resolutions Kesult of the Chicago General TieUp Chi cago Alton Strike NEW YORK Aug 2500 persons including curiosity seekers anda heavy police force attended a mass meeting of Knights of Labor at Union Square tonight It did not equal either in number or enthu siasm the expectations of the projectors of tlie meeting The interest ceutered mainly in Powderiy The former employees of the New York Central in this city marched in a body to the Square behind a drum corps Mrs Margaret Moore who figures promi nently politics in this city gave a five minutes address She counseled or ganisation among the laboring classes and advocated A letter of regret fornonattendance was read from Samuel Gompers president of tho Federation of Ho sympathized with the men and denounced the attempts of the company to crush their organization Powderiy was the next speaker He said feel disappointed because the Terre Haute convention did declare a general strike Your executive board did not expect that it would All we expected was to have their general support and they are vith us horse foot and artillery They say our battle must go on and go on it will TheCentral railroad pincers may talk about goods being de livered but they dont tell the truth There are many merchants in New York who know Powderiy theu refuted Webbs charges tliati the men were dismissed for drunken ness or other causes prejudicial to the in terests of the company The speaker next dealt with Chief Ar He said Arthur recently sat on tho platform with railroad officials at New Haven and they put thisir arms around his neck The strike which wo have inaugu lie said is not strike of the people of New York but of the people of The meeting then listened to a fiery pre amble followed by resolutions which de nounced theNew York Central officers as arbitrary and THE CHICAGO STRIKE the the They Force a Dissolution of Switching1 Association strike of switchmen of the Stock Yards Switching after theadjustment grievancesof the engineers yes phase on the situation and morning it wasv decided to dissolve the association andrallow each road its own old men told ttafc theirserviceswere no longer needed and others wereprocuredtodo the switch ing Superintendent tho stock yards this morning at the head of 300 men to takecharge of the policearrange ments there and see that uo violation was committedbythestrikers Theswltchmen on the Chicago Alton road have struck because tho company to put out its old employees in charge of the yard at Brighton About fortyfive men are out altogether Thepassenger trains are moving ali right trains are tied up the places of the strikers that composed the employees of the Switching Should the men re every road entering Chicago may bo tied up before THE BRICK TIEUP How the Manufacturers Get Even WiththeKnights Aug The to day is Ninetythree per cent of the producers have signed a manufacturers agreement and the remainder are expected to come in today or tomorrow About a will be received today and these will be the lastshipmentuntil tbe boycott of the Knightsof Labor against the Verpland Factory is The manuCac and well organized andiihavo established afund for the pay ment of penalties which individual manu facturers may incur by not filling contracts Iftheboycott is persisted in by tbe Knights of nearly one hundredthousand men will be thrown out of employment THE TALENTS WATERLOO AND XOS ANGB1ES BEATJEK Salvator to Bun Against TenBroecks and Saratoga Races Game First race seven QraCAGO directors bujn uy a entered the stretch BUII leci ana of IS to 3 who had come up very fast now hrlri the second the stretch eighths of a mile maidens Teddy yenture 1 Annie Eoyleii colt 2 Brussels 3 Time They got away all together but soon Druidess set out on the and at the quarter had a length the best of it Philander and Siualoa Colt leading thevan At the half Dniidess was lengths aheadof Can Can Brussels third As entered the BtretchDruidess and 1 Time pace Tea Trav beat Rhono a neck and Lavina belle who had comfl up in the last yards secured thoi third place Orifiamme running iround the Jeadors cnine down the stretch very fast Buddhist and Ken wood running neck md neck Jtwasa very closo racis hut was awarded Buddhist by ft short bead from Kenwood Oriflamnw at Kenwoods saddle girths Sixth race throaquartcrs of a mile threeyear Daisy Tom St 1 Time Nino others ran Ladv Acnes Xewburs and Woodruff raa closo togetlier in the order named to head o tbo stretch whore Woodrutl came on and won ensuy Hood and St James hud n closo finish for tho place which was awarded Rood by a head Fourth race tworyearokls throefourths nulo Key Timo Bollvuelid off followed by Koy West who was never bonded Hoodlum took tho second position ar tho bond of the but could not cntcb the brother of Fironzi who won much as be liked Bellvue was third Fifth race one auri oneeighth mile Time Sluggard Lotion Tulla black burn nnd Miss Hollo also ran Thov got all togethor At tho qunrtor Sluggard and Tulla wero running nock and neck which position ihuy maintained 1o tho liona ol the strotch iklissIBelle running in third position all tho way Kuddist Kenwood and Seventh J ursey 6 Montague had thingshis own way Jhrougnont VoluniiMir though carrying IW pounds ran a good rnco and beat Jersoy Irishman easily for the place That Jersiv Irishman has run aooul a rtoxen races but this is his first showup They ought to change his namo and give tho poor Insh a chance to win a hot once in i while for they will on him to a man every time he runs Salvator will make an attempt to lower Ten BroQcks record tomorrow Ho will carry 122 pounds and everyone looks to see the record go to piecos THE RACES ELSEWHERE The Winners at Helena Hartford and Saratoga Aug to Tmn first event of todays prograramo was the trotting match for Montanabred tlireo ycarolds starters Deacon and 111 Deacon 222 Time 2MH4 dash Pioneer stakes start ers Malcolm Nwdmoro and Sin fax who sold favorite won the nice easily Time Tht1 bigovtnt of tlio day trotting wns finished in three heats Tho stirtors woro Silver Gray Ned nnd Minnie Almont Silver How won in three straight Time HAKTFOIID Aug spoiling day of the grand circuit races at Charter Oak Park was attended by rain and a heavy track Twoscvontocn pnco well won Emma second third Scioto Girl fourth Host time Stand stako for Semicolon won Leopard Rosepecond Present third Host time Aug of a mito freoly won Avalon socona Ivugonc third Time Six won Lady Pulsifcr socond Allmbnt third Time Kenner Lady won second Rica third Six Set won Mabei Glenn second Mario Layell Time won Salute second Meric third Time The Players Brotherhood The Clevelantls got a bad drubbing today At tendance 1700 0 2 S 5 p Sir 0 17 Clevelnnd 7 PmiJideJpliia 2 7 and HalJmfln McGill and Bukoly Snydcr and Pcarce It was tbo easiest of victories for Brooklyn Attendance 600 1 4 0 702 017 0 1 0 20 0 0 03 10 Buffalo 5 Errors Brooklyn 2 Buffalo Weyhing nnd Daily Twitchell and Mack and Ferguson f NEW TG11TC A onesided game Attendance 2600 New 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 411 0 00 1000 York 13 Pittsburg 4 York 1 Pittsburc 7 and Ewing Maul and and Jonos BOSTON The gumc was a hot one aud the display probably never surpassed eleven innings without errors Attendance 3100 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0000 1000001 12 Chicago 7 Radbournc and Murphy King and Farrell and Gaffncy Tlie National The home team won by bunching their hits Attendance 1700 0 0 1 0 05 0 3 3 0 0 10 Vhjladulphia 13 Errors Cleveland 3 Philadelphia 3 ery and Schriver Beatin aud Zimmer Lynch NEW TOKK Chicagos battery was strong today Attend ance 2100 i New 01 0 00002 0 0 a 0 0 i York 7 NewYork 3 Chicago 2 and Murqhy Stein and Boston won withoutdifficulty Attendance 600 330 1 0 20 010 0 0 0 0 003 13 Pittsburg ton 3 BatterieijrNichols and Ganxel HeardandArlson j CineiDDAtl shut out by superior batting Attendance 0 0 Q 0 0 0 0 4 Brooklyn S Errors Cincinnati 3 Brooklyn and HarringtonVLovett and Daley YA FORCED LOAN Guatenialftii Merchants Invited to Subscribe a Million CIT QP GtrATEMALA via City of Mexico Aug DispatehSan Fran cisco Barillas Gov ern men t has o list issued decree whereby it is ordered tfi at all Gruatemalan s between the of iSrand present them sel tw entyfour hoo r s after p u blication of the militkry posts in theirl respectlye deportraents or they will otberwl8e be declared1 traitors This decree is causing veryiinany peoplei who come By another Government has directed of tbe Treasury to efTectia meet war two ot merchants named moaey within threedays from thesubscribers on a subscription v dutjjV iortbec n tr LAWLESS NEW MEXICANS Sixteen Prominent Citizens of Santa Fe Arrested for Murder MANY PUBLIC OFFICIALS INVOLVED An Old Woman Captures Desper ado Southern Planters Plunk Each Other on Suspicious Husband Beheads His Revolting Execution SANTA FE N Aut grand jury today re turned Indictments against sixteen citizens charging them with the murder of Fontln Ortiz who was mysteriously killed in March last and believed to be tho victim of the hot political contest so long raging here Tho warrants were served this afternoon by the United States Marshal and among tho accused are llomulo Martinez ExUnited States Marshal Frank Cbaviz L Boca Probate Judge Tuan Poddoquoz of the Peace and Joso Baca Chief of Police THE BARREL MYSTERY A Danish Immigrant Arrested tot the Murder NEW YORK Aug Dispatoli Francisco Chronicle ander Pbillipson a slout middle aged man is a prisoner at the barge suspected of murder His arrest recalls the ghastly discovery made at tbo custom house a num ber of months ago when the Ijacked body of a man was discovered in a barrel of lime that was brought to this country on a steamship pfrom Denmark and seized Tor duties by the customs officials Tho barrel had Iain for some days In the public story before it was opened The place from whicii it came was traced by moans and the barrel and the tho discovery was telegraphed to Denmark Philllpscn arrived hero on Friday with his wife and two children in the steerage of the Hamburg steamship undafter registering U thobarge office wontwith bis family an i in Greenwich street During a conversation with the landlord yesterday is alleged to have inadvertently confessed the murder of the man found in barrel and the shipping of the body to this Tbo landlord informed tho immigration author itles of tho case and tbe arrest The immigration authorities are reticent in regard to the affair and will Investigate fully Permission to talk with was refused SHE THE Notorious SixtyYearOld YVpmau been from countyj of the arrest of the notorious4 Jack one of the leaders of the Firencli faction in the FrenchEversole He ig said to havo killed four men Under the old regime be was allowed to give ball arrested and Mrs a woman of 60 years went on his Ttie energy d isplaycd by Judge Lilleyvfrlgbtened Brewer and bo determined to leave the State Mrs S carJng to lose the bond she bad given for Brewersap pcarance resolved after all the men refused to arrest him to do Armed with a Winchester and several revolvers she started toward Brewers house He heard of her coming and sought refuge Tho oldUady followed him woods and after a twentyfour hours chase came up with him and at the muzzle offtheS rifle forced him to surrender Securely binding him she marched him back Hazard and he now occupies a jailthere j A DUEfc ON HORSEBACK Two Southern Succeed Hitting Each Other LEXINGTON Aug been received here of a duel on horseback Saturday near Baton Kouge In the south western part of Madison county The ticlpants were Frank Gary and vine two wealthy planters been 111 will between them since thesprinij elections when they bad a fight inwhichbut for tbo Interference of friends blood would have been shed Each warned that the first time they met it would fight to tho death On they met for tho first time oa the bdthbeinfCi mounted on young As theyvap preached eaob ether they revpl vers and opened fire horses becamev unmanageable and they passed each other As soonas their animals were they reloaded their revolversand rode furi ously toward each their weapons Both men were Injured and friends Interfered Carv seriouilj ball having passed through his left thighi whHe a bail BEHEADED HIS The HorrilileRetributionDemit by Suspicious Husbaud HAMBURG Aug Brons who livGd in the village of wich havingcauso faithfulness called her and into the barred doors declared thai she die He made them all kneel dowii forgiveness of her sin be bound her to a wooden sabrehe blew out his brains The children attracted the attentionof bors who broke vopen ttiedoor the little with ersbipod was witnessed in jail Fred Davis who was 1 themurder of head was half torn from bis   

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