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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE MOST EXTENSIVE r ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION CIRCULATION EXCEED I 1F ALL THE OTHER IN CITY COMBINED VOL NO SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THUKSDAY AUGUST PRICE FIVE CENTS HOUSE A Series of Disgraceful Scenes Char acterizes tlie Session TWO AflBRYHEHBEBS COME TO BLOWS Cannon Displays Extremely Bad Tante in on Ac Account of the Tiard BHlrSonator Davise Reciprocity Proposition ft Aug tho House tho opponents of tbo Lard bill by Mason Jit onco began fill biifttfirliiK Tbo Illfueling developed led to H personal affray this afternoon between Representative Bcckwilh N Msstjntutivo Wilson Tho roll was be ing called upon a ruling by Speaker Rued raspuctlng tbo calling to order of Represent ative Cannon by Ueprcsontatlvo Eriloc for words spoken In debate vo Mason was criticizingUin rion for tho tone of remark to which Krjloo objected Kotwoen thcrn sat iiopro Becikwith and Wilson was on tlio other sldo of Kopreriwitattvo Lfhlbnch They all took part vmc In tbo contro whon suddenly Wilson and Itookwltb wdro seen to rlso and tho former at the utter lightly touching him on tlni breast Uhllmcti sprung Imtwowi them arid Wilson was unablo to reach around him fteprosoutatlvo Williams anxloiw to stop tho affray Mockwlth from be hind and frcod him to bin sent with con vigor At this Jiockwllh attention to bis supposed assailant In tho roar ahd It required tho efforts of two or three Kopublicaiis to prevent a collision succeeded hi assuring BockwIMt that ho had no hostile tho lat ter his seat The Incident was ovor in a few seconds and uddod but llttlo to tbo oxcltonsont then existing on tho floor but it wan tho occasion for jeering laughter among the Democrats who it The oaglo aud muco ot thoSoifieatitatArms were hurriedly borne to the scone of conflict and at its anpisar uuoo all Wilson said afterwards In explanation of the tiniculty that Beckwlth had applied a most offensive epithet to him and on tho spur of tho moment bo bad struck him UMoAtloo attjiukod Cannons resolutions biuorly What right has tho latter to indict his peersand hold thorn up to tlie country as leaving tho hall Tor tho purpose of evad ing iospoiistbillty After ridiculing Can MODS statesmanship and historical knowl edge ho cast his store of ridicule upon Gan nons lovo for tho farmer Cannon rose to reply Ho bo wan not a great statesman and mitted the superiority of the gentleman from Now Jersey His friend abounded In ono thing ami that WHS wind and under prossiirolfc went out There was Instantly groat confusion and disorder IVfoAdoo shouted out that ho wanted the words to go upon record as a specimen of Cannons vulgarity Carutli Kentucky siigLosttid tho propriety of clearing the ladles Again Me A loo shouted out to Gannon If you can afford to let that go on record as a specimen of your stahln joohoy wit 1 euu ullord to have It there I eannot hi dulgo hi blackguardism with you Yoit ought to argue with stable jockeys thats your Later In the day Cannon for his statement saying that he hopeda vulgar construction would not bo put upon it The Speaker then stated that the vote roourred upon the question of sustaining tho decision ofthe Speaker holding that tho Lard blU was unfinished business MoAdoo rose to u question of privilege ho gentleman from Illinois Cannon had made what bo culled an explanation but be McAdooj and those around him construod as au additional attack upon him Ho asked two minutes In which to re ply but at tho Speakers request withhold bis Iomarks for the present On sustaining tho decision the House was once more left without a quorum Thetwo minutes granted Me A don wore then im cordful him Ho said he hail hoped that tho gentleman from Illinois by a frank aud manly statement would have purged hlm self from tho suspicion of having Into debate but be said ho had not done so A was justified under no circumstance descending to vulgarity Indecent anci blackguardre or remarks that con Id be construed as such Cannon said he could add nothing to what had been said Ho had disclaimed inten tlou of anything that would wound the feelings of propriety of the most deli cti A call of tho House was ordered and dis closed tbe presenceof 108 members A motion to dispense with further proceedings was lost Broslus olTcred for tbo arrest ornbsjMitoos directing the to telegraphi for absent members and ro voicing nil loaves o abaonoo oxoept those granted on illness Agreed to and the House Senate D WASHINGTON Aug the Senate tho resolution heretofore offered by riurcb in sinuMug tlio Commltteo on Rules to tesuo orders to prevent tho ssilo of liquor in tho Senate wing of the Capitol was taken Mr UuUers amendment directing the b to make a dally Inspeq don of and Other apart ments VTUS rejected The next question was on the amendment on red by Blair to add the words and Mlulr useas a Blair said the erll was the consumption of liquor by Senators ir committee This charge wis by Teller Sherman and i c contended that the Senate was a temperate body Thu resolution aud amendment were re ftired to the Comniltteoon Rules The TWtfT bill was then taken xip the question being on tho substitute yesterday for thoschedule on1 and munufactures of addressed the Senate I o said tho Tiriff bill was in its general wUolydovihOd ho should crtrit icise in its but In tUb hopo of modifications qf some of its items Ho thought it should be amended inthe direc tion of reciprocity so as to secure to Amor ican favmsiduJo with foreign nations es Df ciollywith theAmericas Central Amer ica Mexico and tho West India Islandsbut there was one itemin the bill of oxtraordl y import to Minnesota That was bind ing twine Inhis opinion the article should goon the tree list and should be subject to no The matter ai ted the farmers of every State In the Union The entire business Inducing the source from pliod was goyerriccl by a combination of all or ail the manufacturers of cordage and That comoina controllecVabsphiteiy the sisal jute in places where JtSvas f and alsolimited theprpduet of JtHq manufactured arid They Wprp in no need of to Biiidj cortainiy ft strurnent of coercive persuasion to tho en IsirgerrieTit of the trade by remitting thit duty as a consideration therefor AH to wool ho would give to the rnerlcan fariner tho fullest protection on the kinds of wool that ho raised but if ifc was found that American farmers could not or would not produce the coarse wools of tho Argentine Republic IKwould retain the duty on coarse wools from Sou tit Americans a basis for negoti ation for reciprocity that would create a market In that country for tho products of the farms arid factories of the Unilccl States Jft would adopt the same policy as to hides rubber cocoa cabinet woods and many other articles He would also adopt retaliatory measures against Franco Ger many and England for their exclusion of American meat products That would bo true protection to American farmers Mclhersons substitute for the wood fHheduio and some amendments offered by Plumb to some of Its paragraphs wont over without aoMon leaving the whole schedule still open The sufuir schedule was also pafwed over informally and the tobacco schedule taken up After a couple of amendments had been offered and rejected schedule agricultural products ana provisions was reached 1aragrapb 735 In that schedulewas on motion of Aldrich to read one year old or more per head less than a year old 75 cents per The paragraph rolatlng to barley having beenrfiached Aldrich withdrew the amend ment of the Finance Committee to reduce the duty from to 30 per cent por httshel leaving It at the House rate 50 cents Tho duty on barley malt was loft at 40 cents The rlco paragraph was reached and then Mio Senate wont Into executive session uud soon adjourned NOTES FROM THE CAPITAL TilK OIUJISKR OH DKKUJ BACK TO A Sioux InfHiin Agront Unablo to Account by tho Semite WASHINGTON Aug Tho amount of silver olTorudln Um Treasury Dopartmont today was ounces Tho amount purchased was as follows ounces at SI 10 M 15 000 ounces at uuiuos at Si T1IK OUOKHKD BACK Orders woro today issued for tho flagship which has just arrived at Siuttlo from Honolulu to return ImiiKidlatoly to that port to assist in tlio nrotoction of Ainerloan interests in tho Ha waiian islands This action Is based upon Acting Koar Admiral Browns report of the serious aspect of affairs in Hawaii at tho time of his departure for this country AN INDIAN AOKNT CORNRIUOD Tlio Indian Bureau recently received tho roport of A T Loa who has boon engaged in talcing a ootmus ot tho Sioux tribe rtlans Ho has tho count of Indians on tho Rosobud agency South Dakota and finds thoro ard men women acid children located there As the Indian odioH for tho last several years has been distributing rations at the agency on tho basis of a population of 7500 natural inquiry anwivas to lias bocomo of tlio other Indians and their rations This query was put to Indian Agent Wright who reporter tho exact mim bur who drew rations and in reply askod that ho bo allowed to take an enumeration this omimoratlon only 125 morb Indians wore found than in Loaa Thereupon ho accounted for ilsrroparuy by stjitlng an cpi tldinlo among Uio Indians last year had t iik MI oiT a largo number Tho agency physioians howovor roport only nineteen vdoaths during the year An Investigation will bo had OON ran MAT TONS Colonol 1 H Baxter surgeongeneral of tho army Kecoivors of public W P Hall A 0 Cable Buffalo Wyo A J Monroe Lowiston Idaho JLLAlN Alter JSxposureHe Lives to Murder 13 is Sweetheart SUMMIT Aug DIs latobSan Irauclsco Chronicle fames llnrold Sawyor an suistocratio young intido a cowardly at tempt to take life of Miss IMarle Elliott while in conversation with her at hor fathers residence near this plnco last even Ing Ho was hor aflliuieed and she had just told him sho could no longer receive his ut Ho suddenly drew a sixshooter and fired two at hor one of whioii the ladys cheek and carried away a i pbrhlbn of her our Tbe storj of their ac quaintance nnd the causes which led to tbo shooting Is a and was told as follows by Miss Klllotl horselC For some time my father has been in foohln hojvltb Whiltt making a Europe we mot and bftoarao ivcqualnted with a young Kiurlish inim Avho gave tho mimfi of 1 Harold Sawyor Tlo was to all a man and ro fhUMWnt Ho bwiiun attiuihotl to us aud was un usually kind and courteous Miiph of his tune was spoilt with my father 1U ollorod to acoom us homo when wo hud to return iMicoptcd llisgonial disposition uncl i my fatluir vorablo Impression The third day of our voyugo Mr my father and askoil his ionsriittd our marriage While surprised unexpoiited My told him thatwas a matter furnns to decude There so much tenderness and apparent sincerity In His proposal that oonsenled to an ongnge 0 our arrivalill New York At our Mr ronuiinod with us for two1months He then went to Chicago Our wedding was to have takou in Ootobor Jily futher was now enibylug a period of unusual ood health llulwaan to Iho importance of the step 1 was to take Ills will was exe cuted in my favor He tiieu Mioughtit proper to see what Mr lawyer was doing in Chicago and unknown to me ho started for that city Ho learned that Sawyor was a protossionnl ijiiinblor man and a frequenter of worMVdoiisin hat city was ulso traveling iihdor an assumed namu I was and I iirimwlialely wvoto Sawyer breaking our engage bast ovoning myfather in response to the oneiied and was handed Sawyers card On a promise thn tit would bo brief and the was admitted Wo in the parlor Whilniny wont into au adjoining room Svwver demaiulod to know who his accusers wore I had most convincing proof of bis du nUfity He grew violent and deolarod that un less J rovoaled tho name accusers we would boili dietogothor Instantlyho drew tho re volver and ffrod MyTatliwrrushod into tho room and rapplyd but he struck him a vio loiuTilowon tho bead knocking him down Saw ver then msvdo good his oscapo With tlioblood sUU oozing my maunced to drag my sol f ovor to my father and triod to rostoro hira Ho is prostrated and may Elliott is 22 years old and an amiable aooompllshed lady ON THE BIG A from the subject A Gigantic Drpsseci Beef Company proposes to Cut Kates gigantic stobk ooinpany called tho Bahl Company of New for the purpose of puvohuslng and suDply iri tup mark eta with thaii tho nowniftde by kings of 1 Morris ancl erected ot killing storing TOO fertd ofcaUVo clailyV the IN THE iT SWIM The Candidates Who Will lead Idaho Democracy to Defeat MKlfJLEY DEFENDS THE TARIFF BILL He Shoxvs That the Republican Party Has Redeemed Its Pledges Democrats Oppose Compulsory Education arid Nom inate Peek BOISB CITY Idaho Aug Special to The State Democratic Conven tion assembled this morning and proceeded with the naming of a State ticket The fol lowing were nominated by acclamation E A Sberwin of Wallace Secretary of State1 J AV AVickerslmm tho present Comptroller Sttitd Auditor M A Kollcy of Lowiston Superintendent of Schools Three nomina tions for Stato Treasurer made re sulting hi tho choice of Timothy A Bagaa of Silver Considerable of a breeze was raised and the action was but harmonious over tho con tost for AttorrieyGonnral and tlio bickerings threatened serious results Tho choice finally fell upon 11 H Johnson tlio presoritIncumbent It is by no means certain that Johnson will accept ho being absent at the seashore in delicate health The nominations tor Judges of tho Supremo Court resulted in tho clioico of J N Maxwell of Lswisfcon F E Ensign of Wood Klvor and H W Weir of Boise City Tho supporters of Woir claimed that his nomination was needed us a vindi cation for hla sinnnjury by Presi dent Harrison before tho expiration of bis term Tho usual miscellaneous business was transacted and tlio convention adjourned shin die A ratnicatlon meeting Is now in THE SOKOOLljAW DENOUNCED The Democrats ol Oppose Compulsory Education 27 Democratic State Convention met at noon with T M Morrow of Sparta temporary chairman Tho mention of the name of Grovor Olcve lurid in his opening speech was received with tho greatest cnthusiaam His ciatlon of tlio Bcnnott obmpnlsory school law also vociferously applauded Tho usual committees were appointed with Hon W F Vilas as chairman of tho Committee on Upon reassembling a platform was presented by ExSecretary Vilas It de nounced the McKinloy bill and declares that the Forco bill is an attempt to per potuatobhis the Ropubli can Speaker Reed for an arbitrary assumption of anthority in his attempt to disfranchise his political op ponents domancls that tho presunt tariff bo reduced uud that taxation be limited1 pubiio expenses Following arotho planks bearing on the Bennett School liuyoC Wisconsin We op pose any diversion of thopublio schoolfunds to sectarian Ths Democratic party created tho public school system of this Stato and will always jealously guard and maintain it The Bennett law is a local manifestation of tho settled Republican policy of favoring laws pro vidmn for compulsory attendance at school of all children Wo believe the law In force prior totho passage of the Bennett law Rimrantced children of tho Stato an opportunity Toieducation and in this essential feature was stronger than tho Ben nett law Tho underlying principle of the Bennett law is ihuipfqvcnoo with parental rishts and consolenoo The pro visions for its enforcement pluoo the accused at the mercy of the school directors and dony Ills right toa trial by according to the law of tho land To mask this tyrannical invasion of in dividual and Constitutional rightsVtho shal low plea of defehso of tho English liinguage Is advanced The history Qf this Stato largely peopled with foreign citizens demonstrates tho fact that natural causes and the necessities of the situation arc advancing tho growth Of the English language to thiv greatest possible extent Wo therefore donbuncothat law as unneces sary unwise unconstitutional unAmeri can and undemocratic aud demand its re n n an imou sly No opposition wliatovcr was offored to the plunk repeal ol1 tlio Bennett law and uho speakers their addresses nomiiiatinp tho various candidates Cor ornor all denounced tho law an unneoes sury piece of piiternallsni While declar ingthat they were in favor of teaching English in all tho they said they wore opposed to bonipulsion TECK FOIl GOVERNOR The nominating speeches were not finished until 6 oclock The ballots did not show any great chungo until tbo sixth whona stampede sot in to Pock and when it be came certain that he would bo nominated some one moved to make it unanimous General Bragg immediately protested and insisted on a roll call Tho vote showed George W 227 Gabriel Bouck 105 Knight 47 Winans 14 It was moved make tho nomination unanimous and again Bragg objected and when the was puf ho and a few friends voted and wore loudly hissed bythe conveixtion 1eck was sent for and thanked tho delegates for tho Mionor conferred upon Carl Jones of Raclrie was nominated for LieutenantGovernor the convention adjourned until cbjmbrrow The Kcpubl icau 3Jirty Ful CLEVEOAND San Francisco The political demonstration at Massilloii th c acco m pa h im on t o t Syh i ch w as the no m i nation of Miijor William McKinley forCon gress jln the Sixteenth Ohio District one of the greatest that ever occurred in Ohio Tho district rned out in iicreat euthusbtsticbody and prbclaimed hhn the formality of the xisuatdeleiato Tho dis trict has jority of limits are dotermined w as gaily Sravsor lOWJllrj trust Major true and of other pledge we made to in pebplo to revise the tnriff on the lines of protuottpn Let me ec 1 i p as will articles as are tend to check imports of si produced bv ur ejph the produccion 10 our labor and from artiohss of fortiisrii production except luxuriM the like of which camiot be produced o one quostlons Tut that the Househas Kent thai pledge in respect in the M I t to Scnut of lUe It u u O 1 duties whftii wereiu the people had the rnisc them lo do so was to inangnrate pr pro mote preat indusirins ahd cularc of for Ampricnn men and 1 the countrys largest prosperity that doubt must long been removed by tbo manilestauons of iriu mo v tijijji iv i i imi ii any d6ubt ever exists tlio 1 nil was a pieco of Anirricnn for In boLioHL of the agn anil in Uieline ofrlw iieuu luuiuvni opposition which btivc conns from the leading and competing nation of the won a saffl in onv platform of 1888 wn are nn iu favor of the American system nr Wo protest apjunsl tlestnio ti m is inoposiul by Cleveland iiwl his party scrvitho interests ot we support the interests of Ainericn e Have Hiven Mtnctiou to this dochirution m tlie bill which Una passed thcHnuse a tirlolityof pnriics wliicli even our tmfiiiurjs will not iiicstion Tim public meetings vvlnuh have been held in and the exhibitions of ARTHUR HAS HISREVEHBE Be Will AH the Knights as They Aided the Brotherhood THE ENGINEERS ASK NO FAVORS And Will Attend to Their Own Busi Knights Play Their ast Solution of the Chicago Strikes temper its gniu or the ioh liuvc witnessed in sonu injinufiicturinK centers and in bodies of ol Her nations nrotesLinR proposed Tariff bill must have con vincccl most ignorant or that our foreign rivtils tlie bill not in the interest of Kurowe but in the iiiLerestol Amerlcu They see nothing in it but u diminution of their American trtida and a corresponding gum to our own producers Of course it does not please other nations it was not framed after that fashion the Mills s free trade only condemnation and biitor denunciation That is the precise dillerence t was not made to please other nations it was framed for tlie people of tbe United States as n defense to their industries as a security to their intivests mid investments as a protection to tlm labor of their hands and us n stvfotfunrd to tlio happy homes ptAmerKjaii work If that shall be enacted into law Iventuro the which will be fully venlled and which IhouelUful men will confirm when I declare thai itwil bring to this country n prosperity unjHxralHlod in the history of the world nnd let iiu assure vou that tbe biti will be come a A Seiiato it nnd a Republican President will put upon it his sctil of approval as soon us it shall reaclvhini and another plfdjie of tho Republicau party will have been kepCaud fulfilled Tho CoiiKfcSiii has passed uncl it is nowa law what is kiiown us tint Customs Adrainistrativo bill a part of the great tariff systom of thn which protects tlie liouest importer in the TJnitnd States tho unscrupulous which protects our own from the iiiulor valuations which have and which it is hoped will take the ureut busi ness of importing into this conn try of tlio hands of dishonest men and it where it once was in tho hands of honosi mercbauts It looks also to tlie protection of the revenue of the country for it is n notorious fact thivt foiMAveiity five years past by a system of and under valuations and the establishment of iigencies on this side wo have not collected within twentyfive or fifty per the true valuation of Tlie Hinublican House fouud two great indus tries iu the States prostrated by a de cision of the courts growing out bl an error in tnrifflaw of 1H8I Theywere tlifjiiTianufao turers of silk md worsted They hud np ncnled to a Domooratic Mouse over relief Their spindles had been stopped and 1n the case of goods jurv not only applied tn the iiianufacturen and their workmen but to the woo growers of foiuitrv goods made from foreign wools were driving from our made from American wool Tlio wool was siilfirinp as well astho House responded to tbe appoivl of these fiudTcrinfi industries and psisscd i joint received tho tbe Senate President giviu immediaterelief WASHINGTON DEMOCRATS They Propose to Club the Nev State TACOMA conven tion clubs of Washington assembled here yesterday for Lconabllda of tbe Democracy of the State in an association of clubs Temporary organiza effected Letters of regret wore read from Cleveland arid others Theconvention reassembled this noon The Committeeon re ported a sericsrof resolutions tbe object of tbtf was to foster the formation of permancnt Democratic clubs and societies throughout State of Washington aud insure their active co operation in disseminating Joflersoaian principles of government Tbe committee on permanent organiza tion reported a constitution and bylaws similar to thoso of the National Democratic Association Tbe official title the organ isation is Society of Washing A Greenback National Greenback Convention convened today About fifty people assembled outside ofIndiana New York sent largest dele gallon sixteen in nutuber Colonel Jcyies took charge ot the conventionHe pointed oiit the dangers of sectionalism and scored both oldpartics for both had and bad not done He advocated n financial policy based on a fixed volumeof paper money regulated by law He said these questtons to candi the old parties in districts the Greenback party had none andan effort made to iDilnir about complete reorganiza tion of the National Greenback throughout tbe whole country A love followed Tbe report of the Committee on Resolui tiousAvas tbe signal 1or several scrambles Tbe majority report was wis in substance that money coming Treasury revenue Treasury should in the debts circulation reaches iSSOper capita and that the Government expenses be paid in full iu greenbacks It alspvfa vorcd united all third1 parties that agree undamerital principles of the Greenback party to speedily iandvprac The AntiTillmariites K S CM Aug A State con ference of antiTillmanites met last Resolutions were adopted condemning the action of the August as tyrrauous and and ap proving the wiihdrawal of tlie delegates who and asper sions vipbnthe power demncd and asserted to have been utterly refuted in every many will be luther attempt to organize opposition Till mahites A Drunken Man arid His lieaip Fronija t Clair and fnlTrtwrtfl bv causo is assigned for the deed idUed lift Theyvere inspection of Uecpased iu assaultiipon tho Itiarued thaitthe NEW YORK AUR letter given below was written by P M Arthur Chief Engineer of the Grand International Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers to an engineer on the Third Avenue elevated road Tbe letter is in response to a letter on the subject of the Central strike and tbe first utterance of Arthur which fully do fines bis position towards the Central strikers and the Knights of Labor 1 he letter is as ai AI1R K IT Sir and letter of tho 23rd with Powderly s Icttei and other clipping from New York pupers in closed received in reply I will say 1 bavo not received any letter froin PownorJy I chiims to have writton me n private letter on tlie Ji is unnecessary for Iowdorly or any onfi else to ask me to dell no the position of the Brother hood of Locomotive Engineers in the prcsfint trouble on tho New York York Central Ihc policy of the ISroUierhoncl is well known lo Him iiud to the public us ii has been ex from the public platform nnd published m MJ newspapers Htsays Some time I tftloRniphod him eaniiiK that 1 would meet him ui Jlisvc liuid and when 1 arrived there J could not llnd him high nor low The icleRrum hart been re ceiyod by him but my efforts to locate him were r Now the facts in tlie cnsc as as 1 can re collect are those Some four weeks ago J re ceived a telegram from Powderly me him afUio Union depot in Cleveland o the arrival o a certain tnini on Lake Miorc road Owing to my absence from my o lico I riul riot of dres ho stopped over and looked for me If he had he would have had no dilliculty iu finding moat my ofilce or at my home as I am always nt one or the other when in Cleveland Ho tells a willful falsehood when lie other loaders had been unable to find thiv do so Any man who oad Owing to my absence from my o ico u ot tlPe message until after the departure f the train and so informed him by ad ressing it to him at Soranton 1 do not methods lo be employed to secure certain ends I hftve liberal enough to eouoedc to ivory niiinthe same rights and privileges 1 ask present troubles on tbe New Centrjil llrsb occurred I to abstain it and attend strictly to their own business 1 gave the sarnc when tlie system a Tew years trike occurred on tho Gould ago My advice to the Brotherhood engineers when men cropped othor branclieslbf railroad service on 1 strike was to mind their own business ami not to do anything thai didnot properly belon them as engineers J tliinlc giiiecrs have been asked It the o Whenever the 011 ii striku wo never Iced any other labor organizationto assist us is some members of cbiniig Chicago JiurliiiRton strike askert eswHclTrnVin to quit but they their ownresponsibility not by authority of theoi g i iz i on oonscyuenUy 1 bold tbatnve are per fectly justified ininnintniiilnp a strictly ne mil position when others are engaged in conlliols wirb imnlovers Powflerly aooiisos members of tbe Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers of taking the places of Rtrikhi firemen IT that is true the division of vnich rhev are members will deal with them t js not within the province of my authority to with individual members I wonder if Po derly hud the Knights expelled who took tho pluciis of our men on the THEIRJJASI CARD Evqry Knight Ordered Out and Webb NEW YORK Aug Knights of Labor have played their last card against the New York Central All they can do is to await tho result They have called out every man who owes his allegiance and the strike will be enforced as strongly as tbo organization cio enforce it Tbe rail road officials laugh at tbe efforts of Pow derly to tie up the road and say they are managing their business better than ever notwithstanding the shouting of the strikers THE CHICAGO SOLUTION The Roads Do Their Own Switching and Settle the Strilie the stockyards while business was not at a standstill theoperations were not beiog conducted with the former facility The engines except those of the Lake Shore Koad are manned with employees re speetlvecompanies All the packing houses arekilling Thereseems to be a difference of opinion as to whether the Switching Association is dissolved Its secretary and manager as serts that it has not disbanded officials of the Illinois Central Railroad say it has The striking switclirnen are mark ingevery car that leaves the yards with apriyate markand they claim to believe that it will not be handled by the regular men of thevarious roads The general managers of all centering inChicago were Jn session nearly all day discussing tbe strike of the Stock Yards Switching The most positive action taken during the day was the adoptionof touching on kindred sdbjects The that under no circumstances would the demands of thestriking switchmen for increased pay bo aiid tbe second reem pliasized the action of Monday dissolving the Switching Associa tion While it have held in abeyance up to this time it is now certainly dissolved and it is hoped by the that will offer strike r i as the roads are own switching Considerable consumed in discussion the adoption of certain rneedfal regulations to control the in terchaiige of freight traffic Thegeneral managers declared their action tbe strike to be final Traffic Aug grievance co s zrea Later in the day a number of nonunion switchmen were secured and set to work under police protection WITH MARY A Colored Brother Stops a Flirtation in Church ST Louis Aug Dispatch Francisco Chronide pas tor deacons and members of congrega tion of the colored Baptist church on Pnpin street between Barton and Bayard have been subpoenaed to fudge Codys court to tell vhat occurred during the services last Sun ay TbQ good pastor had arrived at his seventhly in an impressive sermon when t short sharp click was beard Everybody ooked around and Uiere stood Deacon B ranklin wildly nourishing a cocked rovol er in tbe air and exclaiming Ill shoot air nigger snah us if he doanH nit dat tiusterin wid my Mary ome of tbe women screamed nnd others ainted Finally John Knlhn arose and olemnly warned Brother Franklin to put ip flat shooting Brothor Franklin did so but a summons was issued or him today to answer to the charge of disturbing a religious assembly at worship Seal PoitQhers Ordered OtV SAN FRANCISCO Aug informa ion received by the schooner vbicb arrived from the north it is learned htt cutterRush was at St Pauls Island August 15th She was not naking any seizures but simply ordering sealers out of Bebring Sea under threatof In every such case the sealers mvo left Behring Sea t THE CODYCARVER FIGHT FILLED ITOWLtKG TERKOKS OF THE WEST MORPHY WAS BLIND DRUNK Jarver Does All the Business and tho In dians and Cowboys Are Eager for Scalps Troublo Foared HAMBURG Aug Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle ment over the fierce row between Buffalo Bill and Doctor Carver is intense People afraid to come out of doors after dark Pho members of each troupe have openly Jeclared their intention of lighting for the n as tors if the Quarrel ends in a general ficlit There can be no douht that it is only Jirongh the efforts of Che civic authorities bloodshed up to tho present has been ivoided Dr Carver har been following Cody all through the latters tour of tho cities of the continent and his perform ances have been better patronized than Bills The laUcrs jealousy was aroused nd when Cody announced his intention of staying some time in Hamburg Carver stole a inarch on bis rival and arrived in Ham burg three days ahead and opened his Wild Wostshow in finestyle When Cody got lere be found that be was obliged to pitch his tent within a few feet of Carvers show Carver made arrangements for an exclusive electric lights and left Cody in the dark Then tbe members of both camps took up the matter and it was only through tbe strenuous efforts of the police that n fearful fight was prevented Hamburg is filled with a howling mob of Indians and cowboys who are waiting for a hance to scalp each other The town is covered with tho posters of both parties As soonas Codys bills are up then Car vers assistants come around and tear them off and put their place The blood between Cody and Carver hasaroused a jealous feeling among the Indians and cowboys and serioas trouble isexpected at liny moment It is an open secret that while Carver an enormous business in Berlhr and Vienna Cody fell fiat aud Car vers men are going around spreading the facts saying it was due to his inferior show On Sunday both Cody and Carver opened at the same time both shows being in the center of Hamburg Carver gave two shows and had visitors while Cody only gaveone which was attended by 7000 persons It is rumored that the syndi cate which brought Buffalo Bill to Europe this year haveleft hirj so that he is handi capped for want of money or else there is no doubt he would soon fight Carver on level terms ACTOR Fircnzi Handicapped by a Joekey a Jag WAS HE INEBRIATED OR DRUGGED Fortunes Were Lost on Account of tho Famous Riders Yesterdays Races in the Ball Games The Sludger Wins a Bout in Comedy Drama BRIDGEPORT Au L Sullivan made his first appearance before an audiance composed of the wealth and fashion of Bridgeport The play was Harrisons now comedy drama Honest Hearts and Willing Sullivans pronunciation was excellent and a great disappointment to thosewhoexpectedto hear Bowery slang from him In the fifth act his slugging powers were also astonishing as he fleeced Toe Lannon in about tilesecond round in a setto exhibition which is part of the Rose water Talks to the Farmers CotTNCit BLUFFS Iowa the second days session of the National Farm ers Congress todayHon ToaiahWheeler of Kansas presented the iivst paper of the morninp His subject was Legislation for President Kolb thenintroduced Hon Edward Rosewater editor of tho Omaha Boc who spoke on the jsilver question At tho afternoon session Hon A 0 Free man of Maine spoke on the agricultural in terests of New Engjand and How W F Work of Indiana delivered an address con demning tbe protective tariff policy as hos tile to the best interests of the country aiser Hurried Standards U s certain that the Gzarl declined discuss proposals It re in a hurry to haste eompeUjiig a cur tailmentof the maneuvers and court fetes His hurry to vthe socialist ac tivity arida rumor oil insubordination in the YORK Aug Dispatch Francisco Chronicle twothirds of tho men at Park yesterday and some of tho women toe wanted to thuinp Isaac Murphy hithorto considered tho leading jockey of America Isaac liad committed a very serious offense Before eight or ten thousand peo ple ho had made a disgraceful exhibition oC himself Isaac had shown himself on tho track in a condition the reverse of sober and in that condition attemptedto ride the peerless mare Pi renal in the handicap the race of tho day Isaac was drunk and finished last Ho yanked tho game marc that has a record for tho distance of ono mile and a half until sho didnt know what waj wanted of her and under tho treatment she received she swerved badly for first time in her life Instead of being a winner as the public her owner and trainer and a majority of the turfmen thought sho would be she was last in field of seven and then to make matters worse Murphy after passing tho lino couldnt hold on any longer and iiOLMjn OFF True MAKES BACK to tho ground He was assisted back to the saddle by willing arms and1 succeeded in reaching the dismounting judge but he did not await that officials order to jump to tho ground and was compelled to again mount and obey tho rule laid down In weighing in lie almost reeled from the scales ignominious defeat was due to Murphys disgraceful condition and tbvj public as they have never before possibly any race track in Amer ica Firunzis stable companion had also been entered in the wasscratched giving tho gauio and speedy mare to do battle for tho Haggin colors She was a favorite at LO 5 and even and thousands and thousands of dollarar went on her and when QUO thinlrs of thousands amounting to n fortune that she other tho Union the offense of Murphy seems the more rank all the more Inexcusablej been known throughout the land the foremost jockey of the lime a lad ioteVH ligcnt polite rpticont obedient to all orders and singularly faithful to his employers His ability and good foHuue made him many among theother tho riffrait 01 tteepig skin bvrt neither oyword1 or expression been known to He hasalways respected himself kept within himself made money what is more lived a quietlife and was as good a ho has bocu Secretary who knows drunken man or a boy when he sees says Murphy appeared sober and rational when ho weighed out Orickmore is all the more emphatic in his statement because be had a conversationwitljiMurpby regarding certain forfeits which the attention was called to owing the associa tion said Murphy be stepped lightly from the scales but he was sadly drunk when he returned to weigh in how could Murphy in the short tirac veniug when he was weighed out and his returning to Secretary Crickmores drink champagne enough to make him al most beastly intoxicated or was it some thing else that he took Was Uiero thing put in the wine he drank before or after weighing Could he have been drugged who helped Murphy into saddle after be had rolled out at the flnist of the race says Murphy had the strangest stare in his eye he ever saw It frightened him and his face seemed swollen to twice its natural size He was limp and helpless and did not in the least seem to realize tho very unpleasant predicament he had plunged himself into If anybody interested Firenzis defeat helped on the business by getting Murphy drunk or something worse they did their work cleanly and beautifully YESTERDAYS RACES Summaries From Helena tSaratoga 1 and Monmoufch Park HELBNA Aug to TRIBUNE two events of the day were Three furlongs dash purse starters Cyclone Bob Wade and Wado came in winner Cyclone second Jew third Time Last Chance handicap for all aces mile and a quarter starters Guildo Dainty and first extra weicht of fit teen Olympia second Dainty third Time lively The San Franciscos Speed SAN trialtrip of the new San Francisco toolc place in Santa Barbara 1xday resultediii over four made an average speed per hour and wqiia premium for her builders the Union Ironr Works of San Francisco Mile and a Mora won Cecil B second W G Morris third Time Five lay F Dee won Marie Lavell second Ueclfeilow thirdv Time PUny won Major Tom second King Hazem third Time Threefourths of a Meckle H won Little second Fannie P third Time Mines BOISE R purchased the was gives him better eontrol of the1 hill and will perr niit tunneling big property at Lainaur He baS about four Hundred andfifty acres in the group I The Sons of Veterans of the ericampmen t bt ciy was ions IronvEresiderit ajjd Governor tliat Aug Rancocas won Vivid second Mattyrsoa third Time Twoyearolds threefourths of a Bertha won Mrs Bennett sec ond Benjamin third MileAnne Boyeln Own secondi EdHopper third Time v Mile and a won Eric Newcastle third Time Threeyearolds and upward five fur lonrs Maid Eadiani second Siurira third i Vr Threeyearolds and upwards seven rur Dudley Eleve second r THE BICYGUE RACES NIAGARA thedmod the tiniein races todayV andf Mile   

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