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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah Part First Pages 1 to 8 TOL 235 SALT LAJCE CITY UTAH 31 1890 PBICE CE2STTS THE EUROPEAB ENTEHTE Anrtria fey Come in When Understands the Basis She THE THREE MOHARGHS TO MEET The Czar Hastens to Reassure Prance Reids Throat Has a Wholesome Effect on the Parisian Foreign News Aug by tho Sew York Associated progress of tho nepotiations for tho entrance oi Kns siainto tho European entente is Indicated by arrangements for an autumn mooting of tbo sovereigns Tho projected interview depends largely upon Austriaacceptance of tho on which Emperor William proposes a revision of tho Korlin treaty Tno opinion of tho Foreign con tlrmcH hopeful ofo definite BOhitiou of tho Stou SKublcs before the end of tho year Grand Duke Michael president of tho liusstan Council on a spe cial mission to Paris to reassure the t ronch Government Tho Moscow Gazelle socks to calm the f oars ox pressed by tho French press in regard to tho desertion of Franco by Kussla by declaring tho Czars persistent determination is to maintain the balance oi power recognizing tho fact that Russia and Franco havo ommon interests and united responsibilities Prominent among tho measures agreed upon by Dealers tind Von Capriv will bo found one looking to nil International ro of Anarchists and Mhilists tno urging European concert of action ou this matter Tho riotous meeting at Frederichsrhuo has Ivon tho Government a pretext for or dering special military precautions ngalost creator disorder The tumult at Ireder ioherhuo arose from an abusive attack mado by liorr VViUe upon Bobol At tho Catholic Congress ah Ooblona six thousand parsons attended Tho Congress demands tho rocstabllsimiont in Germany oi all Catholic orders including tho Jesuits and tho restoration of tho Popes temporal power also government submission for J Oatboilo missions In Germany and Africa f Tho Now York riflemen for home to Many honors wore shown them bo Axre their departure Emporor Francis Joseph and the regent aro between fcm Willlain and Princo Bismarck and a la almost effected TO THE HOG THE IDAHO CAMPAIGN Parisian Press Opposed to the Porlc Prohibition PARIS Ang of the French papers have boon discussing United States MInlHtor Holds letter to Foreign Minister Rlbot concerning tho prohibition of Amer ican pork Tho Journal DCS Debates thinks the prohibition unwise In view oC American pork securing tho highest prizes at tho French exposition and thinks tho Govern mentwill soon withdraw it Lrt Pcirfs says if American retaliation is onrrlMl out It would out off tho Pule of francsworth of Fronoh products Annually and that tho public health will not bo damaged by admitting a few tons of American pork Inks Franco was wrong In tho prohibition but holds that it Is now impossible to move backwards tTMuernillB points to the recent addross of M KIbot as proving that tho gov ernment Is convinced that It must abandon theprohibition This conclusion it reached after hearing from tho lironeh Minister at Washington If France persists in the prohibition of American pork it would havo to submit tr a heavy advance in duties La Lantern thinks French wine grow ers will oon bo convinced that there is lit tle ad la protecting French hogs and In ho interest oi tho hog growers and dlatlllers putting prohibition duties on American corn if tho rcault Is to lose their OVSiwll approves absolutely MlnlstorHelds letter and says the prohibition against American pork was a farco which should bo put an end to All Quiet in Hawaii SAJT FRANCISCO Aug from Honolulu today state that tho anticipated trouble In Hawaii has nob come to a head only event of ctmsoquoueiwaa a peti tion presented by the natives praying for a revised constitution and this has boon re Iprrcd to the Legislature There was some trouble in the leper set tlement at Molokai and some fighting A number of natives have boon Imprisoned Tho cause vaaa misunderstanding of an order by the superintendent for tho destruc tion of one or two houses A Flood on tho Rhine VIENNA Aug has over flowed Itsbanks in tbo district Tho villages of Bach Houeitlro Hoonht Lintnam and floodod Bridges been andmany persons Fnoilitatihjr Speculation RtoJANERIO Aug ot Is authorized to an additional fiftv million mllrois In currency on a gold basis to faollitato The Portuguese Kinf IH Lisuox Ang Charles of Portu Is suffering from of result of a ohlll but is tepoyerlng THJiTTlUSH CONVENTION Dillon and His Associates Will Re ceive Strict Instructions DcnMNi Aug plans Irish American Convention to bo hold in America aroHow cQuipletcd arid will bo necornpanlocl by two othor Irish Members and they whole party will be under strict from Tho methodof warfare applied by Special Commtesion and the evidence given concerning of tho Irish dele gate and their associates in America have roiidotedthis stolp necessary rnportsuvtchangesare to bo mademtne mi thod of transmitting subscriptions to the enttal Association It luisbeonoustouijiry to different sums to votvo center in America and then to Dublin In the future tin central office will be abolished andeach brinch wilVforward subscriptions direct tb Carbolic Acid Aug 3oWhilo of toi In man Hub was lying deck tonight an explosion occurred in Tiolcl where several Jmen wore engaged rtin n ading the vessel boy of carbolic acid burster one fatally and so Pocatello Republicans Nominate a Ticket and Endorse Dubois O Idaho Aug to The Republican tion met hero today arid nominated a fine ticket enaorslne the platform of the Re publican State convention condemning tho lor their infamous attack upon Speaker Reed endorsing F T Dubois and instructing tho Legislative nominees to vote for him for tho United States Sonater de manding a revision of the lists by striking on the names of Mormons and calling upon tho courts to criminally prose cute violators of tho registration and elec tion laws C S Smith of Pocatello was nominated for SherliV George Rogers of Blackfoot for State Senator R A Calwoll J J Brlggs and M Merrill for Representatives Mason Clerk of tho Court AV Curtis for Treasurer J J Green for Assessor and Fred Stevens forProbate Judge Tho ticket one of groat strength and will come under the wire October 1st an easy winner Tho Democrats are greatly dissatisfied wish their ticket and the County Central Committee has forced throe of their candidates to withdraw and substitute others more acceptable The Republicans are Jubilant and full of confidence To days convention was remarkable for its THE WOOL SCHEDULE FROM THE CAPITAL T KADIS PROPOSI TION BBJJSCTJSD AlllHon Explains Ills Attitude and Is Crit iclxod hy House Passes Sov crul Important Bills Aug 30 In the Senate Morgan prosented resolutions of a colored mass meeting In Birmingham Alabama against tho passage o the Federal Election bill Several unimportant bills of iocal character were passed and tho Tariff bill was taken up tho ponding question being Car lisles motion to strike out tho wool para graphs HO as tp place wool on tho free list Daniel addressed tho Senate in support of tho atnendmont Tho past had domon utrated ho said that M high tariff on wool and woolens had been acomplete failure If that high tariff had boon designed to stimulate American manufacturing of woolens It had Isillod if tho design had been to Increasetho number of Amorloau shoop tho cultivation of Mock and thu luul failed If tho design had been to doorcase tho price of had suocoedod Tho high duty had not checked Importation of foreign wools because these wore nocossaiy for utilisation of Americini wools After oonsldonihlo debate a vote was taken and Carlisles motion to strike out tho wool paragraphs was yeas 17 a strict party vote Tho Finance Committee reported an amendment to tho paragraph i elating to woolen and worsted worth thuu ifOc u pound by Increasing tho rate par pound to 2J4 tlmos thu duty per pound on wool of tho llrst class Allison believed that spniie rates in the wool sohodulo were too high The cati mombors of tho Finance Oommlttco however had boon told by their democratic associates to go on and make up the bill to suit thomsolvos and that they the Domo orats would contentthemselves with offer ing amondinonts to It and therefore the bill was now treated on both sides of tho Chamber as a party question riumb said Allisons statement meant that ovury lino and loUoc and punctuation in tho wool sohodulo had become an article of party faith and that as a party man ho Allison was obliged to stand by Itall lie Plumb did not believe in bargains whevrt ono side did all tho trading Allison replied to Plumbs strictures that he was In favor of tho general principles of protection to American industries and interests as understood and therefore it was when minor details of the hill reached that ho an nondorod liis own judgment and stood upon tho on lightened judgment of his associates Ho expected however that on some material points in tho bill bo would bo found in an tagonism with some of his associates on tho committee Ho admitted that ho had noyor boen safclslied with tho wool schedule Ho did not bollovo It would bo wise for tho American farmer undertake to produce lowpriced but ho was willing to give him a chanoo to tost tho experiment thoroughly Cnrilslo Informed Allison whenever tho on wool were roducccl Jt would be found that tho wool on manufacturers would show an equal readiness to have tho duty bu woolen goods reduced Allison said that he was not prepared to suggest that this groat producing industry of the country should not bo protected as other Iti dustilos wore protected When the country was willing to be put ou a free trade basis ho would go with Carlisle iu a motion to put wool on the free list but un til that point was reached ho was in favor of earing for the wool growers as ho was in favor of oaring for otnor industries As to the needs of tho Government iu regard to rovomio he would speak on that point when question oamo up for considera tion and ho thought MJO should bo able to shoSv conclusively tlmt sugar could be put on the flroo list and tho gonsiunors relieved of tiVto cents a pound on tho price No action on tho paragraph was reached Adjourned House WASHINGTON Aug The House this morning took up tho bill for the adjustment of thoftccouutsof laborers workmen and mechanics arising under tho eighthour law Tho measure WHS earnestly advocated by Caruth Covert Motrill Flower AYudo Kellly Osborno and Farqu Bromor asserted that men i who had worked In many yards had entered into a contract vitli tho Government to work ten hours and had boon paid for ton hours work Today they took work under pro test and be repaid lor tho extra two hours was too ridiculous an argument to be presented Aftoisome discussion the bill was passed Vithpuli opposlMovi as was also tho hiblilngtho oiiiploymont of convict bill to proven iohaso tiie product of convict by the Uiiitcd States the bill giving constot to North Bakota to appropriate a seoticin Of tho use of tho State Agrl oultural Collogo and tho coufererico report on tbo bill to collisions at soa S at Belleyue Idaho f Special to sharp thuudorstorm the our iiig mills wore struck by liglitining settihg tho ing on The employees h discovered the ihuor ore vniucli damage was I Svecialf to 0 proni Inent you ngLl ncoln society Tlie Adniinistration Reluctantly Parts With General Clarkson HE BECOMES A RAILROADi PRESIDENT itfioStite Board i Minority Report in Opposition to the Funding Bond Re Decision Concerning the Exception oi Mineral Lands From Railroad Grants Aug First Assistant PostmasterGeneral Clarkson practically ccricluded his service In tho Postofllce Do partnient President much de sires his future continuance In tho place hut Clarkson is unable to rciaoln longer Olarkson will accept the prosidoncy of the Judson Pneiimatie Railway Company which applies now principles to locomotion and jiiolivo power in cifclus In nearly eighteen niontlis in the oflico Clarkson has appointed fourthclass postmusters and estab lished 500 new OlPOSTS BILTj Eoprcsontfttlve Dalxell today submitted to the House in behalf of the minority of tho on Paclflo Eailroads a report in opposilion lip the refunding tho dobl of the Contral asid Union Pacific roads It is signed by Dalzclt FJIck Cooper ONcil and ly The op position of these Kuprescntatlves Is based upon dilTerent reasons and thoy refrain tliwcfdre from sofctlng forth at longtli thulr Individual views Some of them are of tho opinion thatfnls legislation 1s prematnro at tills time as the years yet to elapse beforo maturity may bring forrh changes in tholUianclul situation that would prove any action taUon at this time a funding act eventually proves to bo the proper method they uan us well ho passed here lifter uhuii iho ftal relation buuveen tho Govern nuMit and thy dobtois at time tho dubts can hn Inlclligiinily grasped Thu is unaninuitiH in tho opinion that thu rill 1 way companies uro not jusriiied In asking anytliiug upon priiLciplcs excepc upiii a basis Unit they shall pay tho uttermost ol1 tlieis1 debt They are clearly of tho opinion as a plain business proposition that thu hill by the unjust advantage to tho ucblurs and tails to do justice to tho Gov onimunt SEIZURE Tho Seiotiiiy of tho Treasury today Issnod fur the rodoniption of 1iuicent bonds thu same tinmw as in tho ut August 21st Tilis olVur will remain open until the 20th AN IXtlpllTANT IAND Tho Secretary the Interioi1 today t o oldcd tho case of tho Central Pacific Kail road against S D Valentino involving the question of thu exception of mineral from railroad grants Tho particular tract Involved is in tho land Tho Secretary holds that tho terms of the railroad grant all mlnoral liuuls are oxcoptod fvomlts opoiatlons whether known to be mineral in character at the dalio when tho railroad companys rights attached nuclei1 the grant or not if they are dtecoyercd to bo mineral lands at any time before tho Jsriuanco of patent to tho company or whore tho patent is not required Ho also holds that the discovery of tho mineral character of the lands after the companys rights havo attached to its granted lands proves that such lands were mineral in character at tho tho companys rights attached and were therefore within tlie terms of exception from the grant This decision is of vast importance to the railroadsrunning through mineral belts This decision is contrary to tho doctrine laid down by Circuit Judge In California in a recent decision in the caso of Prancoipen acalnst Nowhouso THE KIGAKAGUA CrrAUTISR Tho House Ooinraittoo on Commerce to day made an adverse report on the bill to repeal tho act incorporating the Maritime Canal Company of Nicaragua After re viewing the condition of alTiiirs along the lino of tho canal tho report says Tho committee dooms it but fair to an enterprise of such magnitude that It should be given reasonable time to demon strato tli at those who have undertaken it are prosecuting tho same In good faith and that in their early movements they oiisrht not to bo hampered by captious and carping critics It would bo a gross broach of faith for tho United States Government to permit in anyway an embarrassment of tho project by considering unfair proposi tions from any source for a repeal of tho companys STARVING IMMIGRANTS The Pitiful Sufterings of Children at the OHicc A Schooner Bun Ashore and Her Seal Skins Taken VICTOBIA B Tho sealing schooner Mattie C Dyer arrived yester day afternoon from the north for repairs SLo was seized at Ounalaska June 18th by United States Deputy Collector Eramons the schooner having gone there in distress day previous Captain Mucklcr in formed tho authorities that he had not transgressed the sealing laws nor offended the customs regulations When the case was brought before the courtit was dis missed the judgment holding that the ves sei had been seized for probable cause The vessel had seventyseven seal skins on board all of which were returned except three When taken to SitkiUhe schooner was put ashore and grounded when the officers went through bor The captain and crew were taken ashore and confined in the old Boranfu castle wherethey werte kept for three weeks The authorities took away the skins sails and all the vessel findings The grounding had caused her to leak badly and sbe came here tobo overhauled The captain said tho seals seized had been taken at least thirty miles from any shore on the North Pacific and the man who made tho seizure was a now official A LIGHT EXTINGUISHED NRA6ED SALVABORIABS They Denounce Mizner Alleged Outrage HEORDERED BARRlIHDIAS SURRENDER How the Famous Rebel Fell Into the Hands of the Secret Understand ins Ezeta Retains the Presidency MRS DI INVOLVKD IN A Jj SCANDAL AKatlierGayRooioty Lady of ton Is Cruelly by a Jealous Ad Scone YOUK Aug Dispatch Francisco there is one position In fcho world wboro kindness of heart and hblpfuT consideration should bo exorcised it is in thatOf Commissioner of Immigration thomem bers of the present board are particularly lacking ia feeling Tho simple the Gillespio children shows this Therewere three boys all uaclor twelve and a little girl of 1i in charge of an old man their gruudfathor coming fromIreland to Jive in Sail Francisco parents They had boen provided with1 tick ets which wouldbring them to Now York and with other tickets for passage from Now York to SanFrancisco byway of Panama They expected that tho trans atlantic boat and Pacific Mail steamship would connect so that there wouldbo no waif in Now got there they found that tho Kail not active until next a bad lixi they hadno money the city They obtained slon toHsloop in tho btirgo ofRco iramlgrants bub had no money for The that for aday and a halt Good Father Callahiin devoted him self to walking through thcbarge when ILlifetlo girl ran up and iwith iears in her eyes begged for something tbeat for her little who wore crying an i STbo priest looked inio tho case and at unco f or n oecls and arr ail ged that they shouldbe caredjfor The grandfatlier had goiie to but beinga stratiger gbtvlqst totally ansuc Your called on Fathor Callahan children and others wore practir callywardsof were al to were many such went to the tlio tbVa1 eatibn v ilio sal d th atjh eyelid d I d s e I ti iv tlie i r u s They AsnuRV PARK N Aug Francisco Ciirrmicto Series A scandal involving the names of Edward 0 Blunt a sporting man whosohorses are frequently scon in fronton every race course InAmerica and Mrs Boverly D DariRorneld of Alexandria and Wash ington B is beingdisciissod by cvcry rosldent of this popular summer resort to day The to crop out for tho flrsttlme yesterday Dangcrflotl ISM handsome voting woman whoso Kpsband is a millionaire devoted to thu farming of his estate In in tfoo summer lime and active In WashitsUiij politics m the The laiiy Is u loadus in the woll known societyof the and is quiotcpuUiit u abide by her husband s sido during tlie round of winter b lit tlio qniH homesteiul life at AlvxaucJria In the summer does not suit her ami sin ilitu j about numonc resort to another liithoiio there has novor been tho loastbreath oi suspicion attached to her name Mrs Dangorlkud camohens alqnufjigno weeks ago and went to live a I Uio cottage ut Mrs Engard Mrs Rngarcl Ims lived there fifteen yearsand only revived aw guests rather than boarders a few friendseach summer Mrs DaiiHerlleld sippliwd for a room at her coMago most unexeep Mori able references bringing ktters from and aSrs who aro well known in and who aro spending tho suminor hero at tho Curlew House The hot ol crowded when Diuigorfield arrived so she could not put up there and Mta TCngard hur in The newcomer was handsome vivacious aiidgay and chairncrl tho ho us al though she was soon only afc canioln to sleep went away very early in the day sometimes accompaniedby a gentleman FrieiHls of my she used to describe these gentlemen Last Tuesday Miss Susie Wheat ulso a Washington belle calledon Mrs Dahgorficld Miss Wheat had just arrived from Now York Soon afterward two gentle in a swell turnout called at the bouse and Mrs DangerGold and Miss awavwith them to the Monmouth races They had not been gone long when Dr Blunf dashed up tptho house in a cart He rang the bell tho door was opened by Mrs laughter She saw at a glance that ho had been drink in It was Orst timehe had ever called atTthe house so she asked who ho wanted to Mrs Is she In he No she had gone lie Who did she go out with1 She went with a young Were there any men with them he per sisted Tho larly became alarmed at the wicked gloam in the mans eyes so shean swered no Does she over have men call here or go out with Tho now thoroughly frightened woman noain answered in the negative whereupon Blunt said iWell she comes In tell her to wait I want to and turning on his heel ho mounted his cart and drove away Mrs DangorJicld Miss Wheat and thulr escorts returned about 7 m daughter spoke about Bluuts Oh he here shu gasped Mrs IJangerHeld arid Mrs Engards with a young man sat on the porch until about 11 oclock when to her room for the About ten minutes after 11 T cart eamo clashing up to the door The Lorso wiis flecked with foam and his driver appeared greatly of liquor Engards daughter who was be learned that Mrs Dangorfleld had Ha demanded to see her Miss Engard went to call her and sheagreed to come down when dressed Blunt fumed and finally declared he would not wait and thrusting Miss JEngard aside boujjeed up the Mrs DangerGold who hadbeen door not knowing which room she in the llrst door bereached which room occupiedby Mrs Engard screamed when he rushed into her room He cursed his the hall broke in1 another door where a you married was ooWering in terror Again ho uttered a string of oaths and got The third time ho was successful in finding Mrs DaHgor Held As soon as he saw clutched her by the thioat her on the bed attired as robe Thenhe raised a oh air and withit boat her cruelly tho body Not satisfied with ho draggedVrher by her around the otir intpthe hall iie cursed meantime like a man and his every pne in the cottage The people became so out on the portico andlstood there until tho police who had been telep honed f m ed Blunt was ana locked up against him and he was Meantiinb requested Misi1 leave her house The and blue and Blunts iingeumarks were discei n She was nearly crazy avid beggedevery one to say nothing her With her to the depot aad took therMst train Jersey 0ity the 1 co uc Totl ay h Is w as sh i pp ed his probably one Ktzijugh and Mrs are still at tiie Curlew best known jijtiniato sheep 6f to very adbptbaby5it StatOjConven of government silver and iihat byj A LA LlUETlTAD Aug TRIBUNE DiS Sau Francisco Chronicle United States Minister Mizner Is responsi ble for an act whiclv will certainly not add to his influence with tho Government of Salvador and which conclusively proves in tho minds of the people of this country that he is thoroughly under the influence of President Barillas of Guatemala General Jose Maria Barruiulia who it will be re membered was granted permission by the Government of Ohiahus to return to Oaxaca from the frontier of Guatemala where he was stopped from Invading that country by Moxiean as far as Acapulco where instead of proceeding to tho capital of Oaxaca he took the Pacific Mail steam ship Acapulco for Acapulco Salvador V7hcn 1he steamship arrived at the port or Cumperico the Guatemalan authorities de manded that Captain Pitts commanderof tho should give Barrundiaup which horofusedtorlo Tho United States Con sul then madet1 same demand and tho Captain again reread to neccdo The steamship proceeded to San Jose do Guatemala the Guatemalan authorl tiosagaln demanded that the Captain give up UuiTundia Failing to induce him to do so they presented an order from Minister Mizner to the captain which in peremptory terms commanded him to surrender Bar run ill a There being a United States man ofwar in part to carry out Miners orders tho captain of the Acaiuilco gave 13av lumllaup under protest Mizner guaran teed the life of BarruntJia There is a tele tonight stating that while the caprun was making the delivery to the com nuriiderof tho port the guard of that olhoial ffred upon killed him This however is not believed The action of Mizner is looked upon hero in ono of his most highhanded acts during the present cihlloiilties in Central America At the utmost it is claimed Barrundia can noc be considered more than a political refugee and Guatemala it is urged consider ing that he was aboard a United States ves sel had no fight to ask his surrender The State Department at Washington the Sal vadorean ollicials say can do nothing loss to sustain her credit abroad than to recall and demand the unqualified release of Barruudia if 1io be still alive Ameri cans both here and in are m at the action of and are ahxious to have Blaino forcibly show his hand FIGHT POTOMAC WIKS A FORTUNE Aug Secretary Whiuton received a cablegram froni Minister Mizner dated San conflrmlns tho reported killing of General Jose Marie Barrundia on tho steamer while resisting SECRET The Peace Protocol Doesnt Mean What It Snys oir MEXICO Aug ol the peace arrangements in Central America arc conflicting but the general belief Is thatAyala will not act as President and whenGuatemala insisted upon a return to the state of affairs existing before the death of Menendez itwas with a secret under standing that tho legislative assembly ex isting before tho lato presidents death and then faithful but now sup porting Ezeta should be called to govern the country until the election of a president and the choice of a president should bo ar ranged beforehand Tho peace protocol is favorable to Ezeta but is worded and ar ranged so as to hurt nobodys feelings and as before with Ezeta as pres A Sewer Gang on a Tear CHICAGO Aug gang of sowor builders got on a this evening in tho northwestern portionof the A policeraaiv tried toquiet them when the mon set upon and beat him so he cau hardly live Citizenssent in an alarm and four officers came In They had a hard fight with the thirty drunken men but finallydispersed themand secured the leaders all of whom were pretty well bat tered up A PREACHER IN POLITICS His Nomination Creates Dissension Among the Flock Aug First Bap tist Church has become involved in a disa grcemont concerning tho Eev C M Lockwood who was recentlynominated for Secretary of State by the Prohibitionists At a meetingof the Lockwoods were adopted requesting him to resign i Upon his re turn a church meeting was which vote was his resignation and the meeting board illegal and void There is a denial by thoseopposing Lockwood that their oppositionis caused by his candidacy on ticket Dejiipsey Wants The Contest Between Boises Rival 1 Water Companies BoiSBCiTV Idaho Aug to hearing in tho matter of the contested rightofway of the rival water companies atHulls gulch was con cluded todiiy before the County Commis sioners who decided to appoint appraisers to estimate thevalue of the damage that would be sustained by the Artesian Well Company The appraisers named wore E Pinkbam M E Payne nml K P Plowman A stay of proceedings was granted for five days The first shipment of bullion from the Seventynine mine was received yesterday from Silver City in the shape of three bars of silver valued atSSOOO In Business to Stay PUEBLO Aug reports con cerning the sale of the Philadelphia Smelt ing and Refining Companys plant at Pueblo is held both in Pueblo and Denver papers as without the slightest founda tionin fact Mr Guggenheim treasurer of tho company arrived in this city yesterday from Lendvillc where ho hud just closed two large contracts for ores extending over a periodof ono year There is positively not oven a thread to start such a statement said Mr Guggenheim and at this timo wo arc patting in two large furnaces which will greatly increase our capacity and we are in business to A CASTLE GARDEN PANIC A MAD DOG CHAKGES ON ACROWD OF After Torrorizlngr tho Neighborhood Ho Clears tho Bargo Office a Twinkling and Holds It in a State of Solgc fTraiMSE Dispatch Chronicle Series Jack evening said I cabled the Ormonde Club ofXondon that 1 would toss Vcoih to see if Burke should come or I should to England to light him 1 am sure that I can get a fiveUious iLddollar puibe foi Burke if he comes to this countrj ind I am not anxious to go to England to fioht bun but if he will agree to the tossing up of the coi i foi the fighting coin that Will suit me JNow m regard to Pitzsimmons Let me say that the California Athletic Club have something to say about vno he shall meet and where meet them Should the California Club notify me that they would put up a purte of SoOOO foi the myself I would ceitainly accept Another Chicago Strilce CHICAGO Aug 30 That there v ill be i general strike of union carpenters Monday i oansideied a foregone conclusion in a thu leaders uepropaiing foi it The carpenlei have culisted the entire sympOtby of th6 Bricklayers Union the most powerful labor in Chicago This union will demand of the mastei builders a settlement of the strike by arbitration1 Shooiditbe A general strike in tho building looked for A Brandy LOUISVILLE Ky Aug 30 is authori tatively statedjheie that the combination m control of the1 ruitbLandy illsoou advance the pricoJLlO cents pej gallon A One has gallonsytraitiag for the advance I s Senor Espadero the Lrenowned1 Cuban pianist i f i f t vl i y il NEW Tonic Aug TRIBUTE Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle There was a wild panic among tho three or four hundred German immigrants who were landed atthe barge oflicii today from the North Gorman steamer A largo and savagelooking bulldog was attacked by rabies in Battery Park and entering tho barge which was filled with immi grants held the entire place in a state of siege for half an hour iSuch a sceuo was never witnessed vhcre before Tho clog was first seen at half past 10 oclock nciar Castlw Garden A tnll well dressed man was leading him by a chain The dog a large powerful brute with sav age looking face at firsil appeared quiet enough and no attention Ho stretched himself out at 1ull lengthen the walk but seined uneasy and those who watched for tho few minutes that followed saw him begin to froth at the month and growl and snap at the iron supporters of the bench near which ho lay Suddenly ho jumped to his feet Tho chain was jerked irom his owners hand and as it fell to tho stone walk the dog now thoroughly mad started oil at a torriiic race for a little group of child run who were playing iu the shadows of the elevated railroad structure pSonio shouted mad dog as the brute started away and the little girls wot know ing what to do climbed over the iron chains which skirt the walks as fences and ran over the grass toward Whitehall street Their actions saved them from an attack by tiio maddened beast Seeing the walk cleared before him the dog startud to run but as the walks are circular he was baex again at the point from which he started in a very few minutes The shouts and cries of the crowd drew hundreds to tho spot bufr there was no ono in the crowd who had courage enough to attack the savagelooking beast from whose mouth froth was dripping Suddenly the animal changed his route He ran straight for the barge office and be fore the frigiiteuod group aL the informa tion bureau could lift a hand to prevent him the beast had dashed past them and into the building Upstairs could be heard tho busy hum of voices as the newly arrived immigrants filed past tho dcslcs of the clerks Suddenly this hum ceased Its cause was the dog that now stood at the entrance of the room with bloodshot eyes and frothcovered mouth Ho seemed sur prised and for a moment stood still Then he began to circle about the while tho frightened immigrants not heeding the commands of the clerk moved back to the room through which they had just entorea The clerks succeeded in penning the dog in the room and piled chairs and desks at the entrances to it to prevent escape The dog was finally killed by a policeman For a few moments there was a panic in the build ing but the immigrants were finally quieted down and business was resumed A Disastrous Explosion NARRAGASSETT PITSR Aug A cartridge in a Kolc drilled in a bridge which is beingremovcd to accommodate the sower system wasexpJotSed this morning by some Italians One mans arm was shattered and his body so riddled with stone that he died in two hours Another had both eyes blown out A third had a cut made in his scalp and barely escaped being brained whjlo two others were severely hurt Their naraes are unknown August Bdmonts Colt lands the Futurity Stakes WOHTH SEVENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS Belle Hamlin and Justiim Lower Their nml Palo Alto Hundred Mile VOieel of the Ball Clubs BAY Aug was perfect and people saw Banker August Bolmouts colt Potomac by St Blair Susquehaiina win tho Futu rity stakes worth about in his stable companion Masher being sec ond and Strathmeath tho junior champion a good third In the betting ring were 115 bookmakers tho largest number thcvt over did business on tho American course Tho great race was the third event of tho day sweepstakes for twoyoar olds the Coney Island Jockey Club to add the second to receive of tho added money and twothirds of tho starting money SIOOO of the added money and one third of tho starting money the breeder of the winner and second horses to receive 81500 and of added money respectively colts to carry US pounds fillies and gold ings 125 pounds Penalties and allowances six furlongs 55 to Masher to 51 Strathmeath to Monterey to ItiOdel ReyM SO to SI Esperanza 5 to Sir Cleopatra to 1 Amulet S40A to SI Lng Fortune to For tune S100 to S3 Kildeer to 81 BeUio Prathcr to Ambu lance to Si Montana SOto SI Nellie Bly to Si Russell to SI In tho betting ring ring Rio dol Rey Aml bulauee and Potomac were the ones most In demand and the latter finally closed a strong favorite After one false start tho horses were off but Montana and Rio dol Roy wera slow In getting in motion and lost ground Nollio Bly was the tlrst to show followed by Es peranxa BottJo Prathor and Long For tune and held tho lead ior a sixteenth when she gave way to Russell Russell was leading by half a length at tho furlong pole followed by Esperanza Ambulance Cleo patra and Strathmeath They ran in this order down to the threeeighths whore Monterey took third while Masher and Potomac had both Improved their posi tions As they swung into tho stretch Potomac took tho lead followed by and Masher Then Pitzpatrick on Strath meath commenced a drive The weight was too much however Potomac held tho lead easily and passed the post a winner by two lengths from Mashor who beat Strathmeatha neck for second money The others came in in the1 folding order Rio Del Rey followed by Montana Ambulance Amerlo Kildeor Ksperanzn Russel Bettie Pratbcr Long Fortune Cleopatra Time All and five won Worth second Balarat third Time Dolphin Stakes threeyearolds mllo and a won Dermith sec ond Reclare third Time Threeyearolds and upward Bobby Beach won Foxmead Second Riz pah third TImw 25 Milo and a seemed to have won by a short head but the judges placed Quotation llrst Tattler second Sorrento third Time 15 PAST TIMJS AT HARTFORD Belle Hamlin and Justina Lower Their Exhibition HARTFOUD Aug day of tho Grand Circuit today Guy trotted an ex hibition mile in and 0 J liamlin of Buffalo drove in double harness his mares Hamlin and Justina a mile in reducing their own record of and equalling the time made by Opbb and Neda Medium at Fleetwood in 1884 Capital guaranteed stike for foals of 188G Bird wonvAbbio V sec ond Carlos third Twotwentynino trot1 M Taylor won Maggie second Nightingale third Tom Carpenter fourthVf Best time 224 The HELENA Aug to closed the fall meeting Montana Todays races were a special trot mile heats best three in five 1333 I 1 Young 1 dis John A 4 clis Time Six furlongs running heats for Superintendent OMAHA Aug to Superintendent Barr of the Union Pacific left for Salt Lake today on olficial busi ness D 0 Olleilly has been appointed chief clerk iu tho general freight office of the Union Pacific1 0ReIIly began work under P P Shelby tenyearsago as a messenger Brothers a Duel NEW Aug Dispatch FranciscoChronicle Italian brothers foucht with knives on the Thursday night be cause of a Creole girl with whom one was One was givena the girl herself who tried toseparate the The police were attracted both s Making a Seaport P irlb is a gieit pioducer and exporting yid importing more than a reit ports put together It has always seemed therefore that the Seine should be what tli Thames is for London Moreover one hundred million have been expended in J thf Seme between and Rouen so as to aVow vessels of COO or 700 to reach PansT The depth between HiTiedna Eouen is 18 feet but tho deptn of 10 f cot betw een Uouen indPansis suffi cient for the coasting trade A Trench engineer has devised an appara tus however enabling 1000ton vessels to come up to Paris with the present depth ot water A Paris navigation company has been formed which intends to build chiefly in England thirl y or forty vessels of GOO 700 1000 tons plying between Bordeaux and London South am pton Liverpool Car diff Newcastle Hamburg St Petersburg Naples Cadi7 Tunis and Algeria ebt Africa and Parib Docks and warehouses will be provided djicPall arrangements for rapid unloading This promises a revolution inv the comwer eialTelatious betweep Paris and the for the will be increased as reqtilrea r v I J K Te lletort Courteous Jones j3runk I Red 2 Time Tbe chief event was the freeforalJ trot three out of five 55 2 Little Charlie 1 1 1 Time Sunol and Palo Alto Speeded t PHILADELPHIA Aug morn ing Sunol and Palo Alto were given their first mile alt speed since their arrival at montParld Palo Alto driven by Marvin tnade the mile in after which brought out Sunol and speeded her a in The trackwas dead owing to The horses are irtgood shape and il next Thursday whou they go against k GKEAT WHEEL BACK One Himdred Miles Covered ia Seven and a Half Hours N ci toe bicycle racing today was the great century run 100 miles from Erie city of Nasmith of Toronto Christ of Tonowandayr Croake of Buffalo and Van Waggoner They left Erie at morning and although the roads are rocliy the lace resulted in a smashing the record Vaix Waggoner was never heided the men were well i few miles about ten completed the run at with McDanlels a good third and Nisniitli fourth Tbe were well bunche un s Christ dropped oat at n miles from tho flnish ran at
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