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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEED NO HAT OF In tfco THE MOST EXTCNSIV In the Rocky Mountain Regions VOL 210 SALT LAXE CITY UTAH TUESDAY 12 1S90 TURN THE WAR DOGS LOOSE Army and Bary Men Thirsting for English Gore WHAT UNCLE JERRY RUSK COULD DO The Sea Quarrel Still Tia cuHacd at and Nations Popu lation ClnrJcson Resigns KrooJcelCttutz Charges WASHTNOTON Aug Dig it 1Vanclsco Chronicle Serins It Is understood that Hon John W Foster to Mexico will appear before tho Senate Flnanoe Gorrmittoo at an early day and give his viowa In reference to tho reciprocity question of which ho is a strong advocate Ho bollevcH a treaty can bo effected with Spain it the Interest of re with that country for free Cuban sugar it will bo remembered that 10 negotiated a reciprocity treaty with Mexico but this treaty was rejected by tho Sonato wonfc Co Spain as a special anvoy and negotiated a treaty with that country which was novor acted upon It la aborted however thfttthe Prflftldont will not send a message to Congress on this mibjout at least at tho Junoburo the mattor jfor tho action of the Finance Committee of the Senate ana Ways and Means Committee of tho House KAOKR 1TOH A WAR Blalnoaml tho TJohrtng Sea matters arc still subject of gossip in naval and military circles The officers of the army arc blred of tho InriocuouH desuetude on forced upon thorn by peace arid tho young non among tho West Pointers would gladly welcome any trouble which would give them a chance to rise It is much the same In tho navy and If a war should break out with England the United will havo hundreds of ambitious mon who will lump to fight I sDonfc lust week at Deer Park and found quite a military coterlo thoro Among them was Colonel Kellogg who Borvod for years on tho staff of General Thomas and who married I think General Thomass daughter He was on General Sheridans staff at tho tlmo the latter died and he had boon in tho regular army for twentylive years In speaking of tho Eng lish and their actions last night ho voiced tho sentiment of many of his follows when ho said War is the soldiers harvest Our army had no chance to distinguish Itself since 1805 and the officers of tho regular army would welcome a war with England As for mo I spout fonr years fighting bho South and T havo pub in seventeen years flghtlng Indians and I would now like to havo a ehunco at tho English If John Bull cant itako card of Canada It ought to belong to us and If ho gets Into trouble we will take U If wo dont want it wo can give it to tho TdshvHntl l Imagine thoJrish sympa side would make things Jjvojy for England in a contest with tho United Undo Terry Busk ono of the party who listened to Colonel Kollogga remarks next oamo up us to the available troops the United States IrndJn case of trouble Onr tnlUUa was referred to Uriel tho Secretary of Agriculture though he said that he did nob havo any opinion to express aato tho situation stated that ho could raise a division In Wisconsin on twentyfour hours notice and that tho other States of tho Union could probably dotho same Tfl 1C AJTCILOTTKRY WASHINGTON Aug Associated Tho Sonato Committee Post otlleos arid Post roads today ordered that llio Wall bill bo reported to tho Donate with rooommondatlous that it pass Tho vote upon this action Is said to havo boon practically unanimous THE NATIONS POPULATION The population ot Kansas City as Hiuuuiueod by the Census Bureau today is MS 170 Tho same place In 1880 contained an increase in ten years of or per cont Superintendent Portor ox potW tho work of counting tho population of tho will bo completed before the ond of tho present month and Congress If it so can proceed to pass bho Ap portionment bill and so determine how members shall constitute tho next jKmso Tho population of the country is estimated at THIS Tho changes and specifications In the oases of Colonel Kautz Eighth Infantry and General Krooko havo boon submlttodTjy Gemrul Sohofiold to the Secretary of War for bis action First Assistant PostmasterGeneral Olnrk son tendered to tho President his resignation to take direct September 1st next W if COLORADOS MINERAL PAIiAOJS It Is Proposed Reproduce It at tho Worlds Fair unique ifloa given out from Milwaukee that the brewers of that city would erect a boor palace at tho Worlds Fair of boorkega bottles and other paraphernalia of the hasglvon additional Interest to tho wish that the Colorado mineralpalace Just as It is now being in this olty bo rebuilt at Chi cago as an important part of the Colorado exhibit The columns would bob ot a different stono while upon the the native splendor of mineral taken from luinclrods of mlnoa would bo greatly hightenod by tho rnys 2500 oloctrio lights Tlie only hindrance would be tho cost which including yalueipf the would bo In hood of half a million dollars It is safe to Bay that no attraction at Chicago would bo more gonocously visited Tho advance In 1 silver has put the mines and minepwnora In splendid humor and It la safe to predict that tho suhomo win be worked out SYNDICATE papers that were once his staunchest advo cates they have hi a sort of desperation resolved to a Cleveland newspaper Hyndicato It Is claimed that the promoters of the enterprise have agreed to subscribe toward muklnc it a success The headquarters will bo In New York Tho first of the new papers will probably ho pub in Now York tho next in Chicago and then Boston Philadelphia and Washington St Louis and Cincinnati in their turn SURROUNDED BY SHARKS A Ponny Paper Scheme to Grpver v CHICAGO Aug San Francisco Chronicle peobed return of IHelviile E Stjono from Europe the other day is dlreotlyTOSponstblo too rumor that he has placed himself at the head of a whioK has in view the publioatlonof penny twmiing of the of the United States Is dent admirer of prpvcr CUpvoland Tie wftsut tnel5oadof a Chicago pno of myth Tbostpry Is found sio for beisbknbwu to A School of Hungry IttanEatera Tackle a Capitalist Aug San Chronicle Raymond P Odoll a wealthyNew Yorker had an experience with sharks early last Friday evening that he will never forget Mr Odcll was wading neck deep in the tran quil waters of the sound treading for clams and he was about to retrace his steps to the fihoro when an immense shark with fierce oyos and expanded jaws appeared before him Others followed and in an Instant tho lone fisherman found himself surrounded by a shoal of finny monsters who made a com bined rush at him Odoll fought desperately for his life keeping fcno huge black monsters aloof while ho worked way foot by foot into shal low water Tho sharks in tho meantime swam swiftly around their prey viciously snapping their groat ivorylined jaws Odoll used heavy club as a weapon and pounded tho noses of his enemies One of tho sharks more during than tho rest finally made a dash from tho roar taking Odell unawares arid catching his loft arm In his wldo open mouth and closing it with a snap During the struggle mon from tho shore had boon hastening to Mr Odolls relief aud were only a foefc away from him when the shark him Just as tho sharks teeth closed on his arm one ofbho roscuors lovoled his gun uthls ugly nose and fired The bullet aped to its mark and although tho monster was only stunned ho released bis hold long enough to bo deprived of his proy and Odoll was drawn into tho boat exhausted Tho sharks wore manGators and they followed bho boat on Its return to tho shore as far as tho shallownoss of tho water would pormlt Thoro wore eight oC tho monsters in tho school and tho largest could not have boon loss than ton foot in length SHERMAN GROWS RESTIVE 1132 WOULD PASS TI1E TAKIFJF BIIX AND GO HOME Tho DomooriitK Dotormlnod to Kocp tho Soiiato In SoNSion AH Another Day AVustort Auff After prollml nary business tho Soriato rosuraod consldor ntiori of tho Tariff bill tho pondins quostion being Plumbs arncnclmont toroduoo tho ad ditional duty on Iron or stool hoops cut to lengths for baling purposes The araencl mont was rojoctod Throo Ropublloans Ingalls Paddock Plumb voted In iho afflrrnatlve MoPhorson moved an amondmont by Malting or stool hops 50 per obnt ad vdlnrem Instead of 1 cont cents and cents por pound Sherman spoko of tho little progress that was bolng mado with tho bill Noarly throe wooks ho had boon Hpont upon It and not onefifth of It had beon disposca of Unless tho ou sldo would bo satistTod wltliono vote uport tho question and tlvon would RO right along tho Sonato would havo to continue In perpetual session Ho lid not wish to soo any ohango in tho rules of tho Sonato If It could bo avoided Tf tho other sldo would forego needless repetition of amend ments and of yea and nay votes the Senators might soon soo and soon bo able to to tllCl1 Iospuotlvo hornos Tho bill had boonpassed over and had been con sidered by a committee of tho Sonato its Kcnonil outline bolng on tho scale of a pro tective of tho high protective tariff of tho Republicans The Senators did nofc deny that It was a tarllV that would pro toot American Industries and build up now ones It was a pretty high protective tariff and thero wero soino points in it on which ho would bo willing to ylpld Still In several important piirtloulars It was below tho bill passed by tho Senate two years ago It seemed that the Sonato should mako more progress with the bill Yost said that the1 Senator from Ohio had stated that tho bill was acceptable to bis side of tho Chamber The records did not show that to bo tho fact On tho other hand the most aggressive attacks made upon tho bill had oomo from that side of tho Chamber and from tho State that gave tho largest majority for tho Kepuhlloan party lato election The record would also show that a proportionately larger number of Democratic Senators responded every time the roll had boon called Ho gave no tloo that every Item on tho bill would bo discussed If necessary unless It was pro vented by force applied In somo sort of Tho discussion having turned on the de preciation of farming property Vest assorted there was suoh depreciation tho farming counties In Pennsylvania and Cameron remarked whllo the statement was correct tho tariff was not in bis opinion the cause of It Tho cause was tho domonotlxaMon of Ever since that act the price oC land and farm products had Sinco tho passage of thoSilyer bill prices had risen somo 20 porcont Toltor said that as to the haste hupussiug the bill ho was not disposed to deny its op ponentsa fair and froo discussion Ho was willing to stayand discuss tho tariff tlon w allow it to bo disoussod beoaxiso ho the American people wanted to know whether tho bill was i Finally a vote was reaqhed on MoPher sqns amendment and It was rejected wlth paragraph relating to tin plate having boon reached Vesc said it was a bold nakedattempt by tho Pittsburg ian Utixcturera to croate another mouopolys Io JnVorest of tho consumers of the United to reduce tho rate of por pound to 1 cent Edmunds asked leavo to offer to bo printed and to go over It eftecb during the Tariff bill shall speak moro than once andfnot longer than five minutes onany one without leavo of tho Senate is to bo granted or denied with outdebnto and witJiout any other motion or proceeding except such as relates to pro vldlng a tho bill shall be passed to itsthlrdreading no general mo tiorilri to other than to take IS to boin order All appeals dotermined at once and without debate IVlnally Edniunds withdrew tho order say Irtgthat ha would present it againfto was ordered on the Indian Appropriation and Dawes Plumb and Call wereappoin ted Aillttoni from tho Conimlttoo on Appro w 1 tb amend ments the House bill iior attd Itlonal clerical foroo in the PensibnOftce and gave notice that ho would ask the Adjburucd iivTThe House pro of thb conference On C1 Vlf A TORTURED BY ARAB REBELS Unparalleled Inflicted On a Moorish iJaptivc ENGLANDS RELATIONS WITH THE POPE Malicious Work in the Cheatbam Cholera Deaths in Spain and Ex plains the Agreement With France Foreign Newg LONDON Aug engagement has taken place between a force of rebel Arabs and the army of the Sulton of Morocco One hundred and twenty prisoners were captured by the robels aud all massacred Among tho captives was a son of the Governor of the province In which the ris ing took place Portions of his body were cut off while he was alive and toasted Ho was then compelled by the loader of the rebels to oat his own THE CHATHAM MUTINY Further and more serious trouble has occurred among thotroops in the garrison at Chatham Four days ago tho harness of tho horses bqfongihg to the artillery wore so badly cut it necessary to abandon a proposed parade Today it was discovered that the harness has again hacked in torondor them entirely useless Three of the artillery mon who werb lenders of the mutinous movement In tho Houseof Lords tonday Salisbury stated that the English agreement with France maintained privileges of missionaries and insured freedom of religious teachings Franco claimed the countries sqnth Algeria and Tunis and oil tho same principle the En glish Niger Company could iclaim the terri tory behind its present postsoC operation It was obviously desirable to draw a lino sep arating tho English and spheres Tho liiio agreed upon gave a large part of tho western of Lake Tchad to tho jyfger including Sokali The country north west of Lake Tchad would be considorod under French influence Tho notes by the twogovcrnments rooognlxod tho fact that the agreement would not alrect tho rights of tho Porte over religion south of OANMNAL NEWMAN DEAD Cardinal Nowman Is dead Tho cardinal became 111 wlien had a se voro chill He passed into a comatose state Sunday and remained unconscious until he v LTIVBRTY OF THE CATHOLICS In tho Commons today Ferguson Under Foreign Secretary yirvrespbnso to a question stated that the Pope in receiving tho Duke of Norfalk as private envoy iu 1887 ex pressed great action because of the liberty enjoyed by the Catholic religion throughout Great Britain The fact that such liberty existed ho said ought to in oito the bo loyal to the Qiieen A MKINLKJ TARIFF CONFERENCE PAHIS Aug The conference of American ConsulsGeneral held in this city concluded today adopted several among which is one favoring enforcing the pro visions of tho McKiuley tarill bill THE CHOLERA IN SPAIN MADRID Aug were nine new cases of oholora deaths at Villajoyosa Six new cases and ono death at Llerdna two new cases and seven deaths There Is a slight decrease in the number of now cases and deaths In Since tho outbreak thoro havo boon 1000 oases thoro 788 fatal THE DEATHS IN ARABIA CAIRO There were 120 deaths from cholera at Jiddah yesterday and 108 at Mecca ENGLAND AND THE VATICAN EOJIE The English Government has informed Cardinal Kaiiipolla Papal Secretary of State that it Is impossible for England to receive a papal envoy or send a minister to tHe Vatican It has boon sug gested by the Vatican that a secretary be attached to tho legation ut Vienna whoso duty should be to conduct negotia tions with the Vatican and sometimes visit Rome THE MEDlCAXJEXHIBITIONi CLOSED BERLIN Aug Medical Exhibition In connection withthe International Congress closed today Professor Yirchow mado tho closing the Exhibition aud upon its conclusion oallod for cheers for tho wero heartily given THE WELCOMED OABUL of Afghani stan has Ho was given an enthusiastic roaoption iHe was visited by a deputation principal chiefs and military officers who presented him with COOOfupeosio bestow to charity DAKOTA IRRIGATION The Artesian WeUv System to Be Put In Operation Dis Sau Oarker JohnXLerffeteahd Griffin of this place have give practical form to the irrigationtheories which have long been advocatedinNqrthDakota They owri a section of miles north of Ellendale and are proceeding to sink an artesian wellvthereonl Their estimates specify that not cost over piped and to uiore than one section of land but surplus of water which may bo purchased of Sovbral townships in this county and Stateare going onto raise purposes Hinder tho enacted With a fnaiority of thV faririens in this part of the State the itselfInto the alternative torrifio thinidpr has yisited this up Long Is land and created havoc all Ishuidi trees windows of pottages i ttallstpneSjias largo as walnuts felllpr half Mar on A panic n ensuedi the storm along east of a terrific ere ptostrated home in hisnative country by his parents Garutta is 20 years old andwas a student ut curae to spend the vacation with tiis parents On July 17th he was declareda leper THE MORMONS IN CANADA They Are Teaching the Polygamy Doctrine to the Indians OTTAWA Aug Yhe Government from Southern Alberta Northwest Territory are to the effect that tlie Mormons who came into that country from Utah are corrupting the Indians with their doctrinesL has been to great pains to impress on the Indians thes necessity of refused them supplies for more than one wife but the Mormons are teaching them of the socalled advantages of multiplicity of There is every indication that the Mormon evil In the West is liable to grow Into serious diffi culty Troops for the Chickasaw Polls ST Louis Aug companies of troops from Little Rock and Fort Reno are en route to the Chickasaw to bo distributed at the polling places on election day next Wednesday Captain is at the scene of the expected trouble Merritt that hedoes not culty will occur now that It is known that troops will be on tho ground THE WYOMING CAMPAIGN TTTO STATE CONVENTIONS HELD AT YJESTEKDAY Warren and Baxter Ilead the Tickets Platforms Idaho Dclcsations Solid For Duboia CHEYENNE Aug Special to The first Democratic and Eer publican State conventions wore hold here today the former at the Capitol and the latter in tho Opera There was a big attendance and tho city is full of politicians These are tho tickets Eopublicau Governor Francis E Warren of Oheyenue Laramie present incumbent Secretary Dr Bacber Douglas Converse county Auditor C W Burdick Carbon Otto Gramm Lararuie Albany couutyjSupevhv tendentof Public Farwoll merchant of Buffalo Johnson county Judges of the Supreme Oouitv Willis Vandovantcr of Chayenne Laramie county at present holding that office II V beok Prosecuting Attorney of Albany county A B Sweet water county now Associate Judge of the Supremo Court First District judge E H Scott of Cook county In the Democratic Convention Greorgo W Baxter of Cheyenne was nominated clamation for Governor Harper Crook county Secretary oftState O Mil lor Carboncounty iA Quinn Miiita county Public Instructijoa George OlarH Sheridan county forCongress F Corn MInta county Justice of the Supromo Court The heads of tho tickets aro wealthy and Ipppular Warren is a pioneer Ho started hero as a clerk in a liirniture repcjived Eastern bought cattle invested iu everything and prospered He is a Union voterau Baxter is young and has lots of He was a Lieutenant in the came West and engaged In the cattle business liked It plunged in and was lucky Characteristic i platforms wore In their resolutions tho Republicans callf or Government aid for the Indians on the Sho shono reservation commend Republican National legislation recent and attack the Sparks land administration The Democrats stand by the National party ex copt in its opposition to Wyomlng State hood i FOR DUDOIS SWEET AND SHOUP BEAVER CANON Idaho Aug to The delegates elected at thV Eepublican primaries at Medicine Lpd go Henry and Beaver precincts are all a unit for Dubois Sweet and Gov CLEARINGHOUSE Statement of the Bank Transactions for Last AVeek BOSTON Aug clearinghouse statement for the week ending as compiled from dispatches from the prin cipal cities of the United States and Canada are as follows V CITIES Now Boston Chicago Philadelphia St Louis San Fran ciscb PifctsbufR Cincinnati Kansas City Louisylllc Milwdukee NewOrlcanB St Omaha Proviclenoe Columbus Duluth Dallas Hartford Fort Jilomplns New Wichita Sioux City Rapids Ciiuttancibga Lowell 1 Los LexingtoUi Ry Ntiw Topekii Clearances 726 16 0 12 li 27 9 25 9 8 10 9 96 S Decrse v I iTbe on Ipfrom the f ovinda causing y wa causng damage There dozen small tbe three nourstof thelstbrui ail of which werejaused by vtho steamer steamer o THE STRIKE PETERS OUT Passenger Traffic Resumed on the Sew York Central THE FREIGHT WILL MOVE TODAY Effect of the Strike on Depews Polit ical Prospeqts Governor Hill Called on by the En gineers Have Nothing to Do With It NEW YORK Aug JTJUBTOE Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle The strike on the New York Central is bound to be as important in tho political aa in tho business said William F G one of the most prominent labor leaders in the city tonight to your correspondent Chaunccy Dopow will make himself Presi dent or will ruin all chances of his ever get ting the nomination by his action in this matter It is the belief among all labor men that Depew know the strike was coming and for that reason nod to Europe knowing that while there political influence could not be brought to bear upon him which would force him into conciliating with the should he do under the circum stances then11 He should either nomo homo at once aud show the Vandorbilts that their Interest is to yield to tho men which is simply that those men discharged without any cause been given shall be shown to havo been discharged for some reason other than that they azo members of Knights or else Mr Depcw failing in being able to make the Vanderbilts yield should rosigu his position as president If he settles the strike the laboring men all over the country will feel most kindly to him If should make a martyr of himself by resigning they would worship him and no power on earth keep him from being nominated for the presidency and probably rAre tho Knights so powerful as to do much politically Their membership now is something over and they are politically allied ou the closest terms with the Farmers Alliance wliich is strong in the very States where Depew is weak because of his railroad con nections The inlluenco of the Knights would be enough in this State to sway either party and they can easily make or unmakft the Senator who will succeed Evarts If Depew doos nothing but talk In this matter and ho has uoteven done that ho will be killed deader than Hector as to all am THE STRIKE PETERING OUT NEW YOUK Aug 11 Asfeociatod All through the night and early this morn lug it looked as though tho strike on the New York Central was slowly and surely petering out Neverthelessboth parties are as stubborn as ever The Buffalo ox press or newspaper riipvod out on time at 5 a m trains had been out ovor tho Harlem division Soon after tho announcement was made that all traius would run5 today The police arrangements remain the same as yesterday that the men weretold not to leave their posts for even aninstant Webb contradicted the statement mado lastnight that tho firemen had He declared that all passenger trains were mmiing fully manned Every thing he declared was in fine shape all along the road except at Syracuse where proper protection was not accorded He telegrap Lied Governor Hill for troops He added that arrangements were being perfected for moving freight today Tirii FIRST MEIGHT TRAIN The first freight which has moved since the strike left the yards for Albany at 9 a m No opposition was made by the strikers usaOieavy guard of police was on hand The Sixtyfifth street yard from which this first shipment of freight was made is the most important in the city The freight train passed Spuytqn Duyvil at Everything to that point wais all right At 10 oclock everything wasiu good shape at the Grand Central depot The police arrangements arc tho sumo as yesterday There is no excitement around tho depot except that largo numbers are applying for work at the temporary employment bureau THE ENGINEERS AND FIREMEN VlcePresident Webb regard ing the statement In tho papers that the firfemen had been called out that the order calling them out bad been issued a few days ago but both firemen and engineers had disregarded the order I have every rea son to Webb added that neither the engineers nor firemen will go The number of trains to the Grand Central depot today is 120 The customary number leaving on weekdays is 138 The trains which havo been suspended are local trains and of little importance So far today uo incoming freight has arrived any of the yards The West Shore road is handling tho New York Centrals incoming freight Every train which lefb the depot this morn ing was promptly on time and schedule time will be observed all day Up to noon not a single piecoof mail was received from tho West over the Now York Central The mails thus delayed areithose due last night and this morning THE MAILS DELAYED The Chicagomalls due at this morn ing reached hero at 2 30 this afternoon It also contained the Chicago mails that were due to arrive Sunday evening The train from Chicago due at this morn ing and which contains the western mails and those of transatl an tic connections had1 not reached here up to five oclock All otlier mails1 were less late AIJ OFFICIAL I ANNOUNCEMENT The officials of the New York Central and Hudson Elver Railroad announce the fact thatthore is no new Interruption to passen ger All the passenger trains are beingrun on regular schedule time QU1ET AT DEWITT AuJANYV Aug AdjutantGeneral Porter has received word that everything is Acommittee f rom the Knights of v Labor waited upon Deputy AttorneyGeneral Whittaker today and inquired as to the iigbt of the Ceuiralrbadto employ Pinkcr toii detectives to guard its property Whit Vaker told the committee that tho company had a protects its property and hire agents for the purpose Knights said at noon aS the trains came dropping from the service Up that far dropped oil andthe Brotherhaod engineers refused to work with to New York with was about the and1 emphatically rdenled the said that everytrain which thp w est or so u r p assed throu i gh Alb ah y with had left thoser freight yards will bo open for tho receipt of Western freight GOVERNOR HILLS REQUEST Governor Hill had a consultation with some of the strike managers today and after listening to their grievances be called their attention to tho situation atDewitt and asked that all hostile demonstrations there be stopped and they promised that his request should be complied with The company has now peaceably resumed pos session of its property at that place and Its trains are running through there without molestation It Is doubtful whether any troops will bonow needed unless an unex pected change in the situation occurs THE FIRST FREIGHT T21AIN The freight train which left New York at 1 oclock today arrived at East Albanyat G oclock and will not be sent any further west for the present When tho train drew in at the station there was a crowd of six hundred but they did notinolest the trniu or crew No attempt will be to move freight out of tho West Albany yards until additional Pinkevton mon arrive Tho train which blocks the upper railroad bridge is still lying there and tho stench which arises from decaying dressed beef is sicken ing MILITIA AT SYRACUSE SYRACUSE Aug railroad trouble is coutlned to tho yards at East Syracuse which seems to bo the key to tho situation The Central authorities today began run ning all passenger trains over tho West Shore Pinkerton men acting as Deputy Sheriffs and throe companies of militia arc at tho armory in this city awaiting orders The Fifth batterymoved out this morning but was ordered back It is reported that an order has boon issued ordering the en gineers and firemen out and that Chief Arthur is expected hero within tho next twelve hours Tho reports lack confirma tion HIRING JfKN IN CTTTCAGO CHICAGO Aug of tho New York Central are hiring brakemen and switchmen hereand sending them ou Pin kerton is also hiring men to guard the Cen tral tracks COUNTING ONTHE ENGINEERS SCRANTON Aug General Master Workman Powderly says tho N6w York Central strike will probably be considered at a meeting of the general executive board in Detroit Wednesday Ho believes if necessary the Brotherhoods of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen will 1oin the strike CHIEF ARTHURS vnsws CLEVELAND Aug Arthur of tho Brotherhood of Engineers when asked to day concerning his views on the strike said There is really nothing I can say on the part of the Engineers because they are not in the Wo havo received no of ficial information hero whatever not oven as to the cause of the strike Tho engineers would not necessarily be involved even if the firemen should join with the THE ELEMENTS LET LOOSE RAIN HAII AND ELKOTBlCAt STORMS IN COLOKADO Two People Drowned by a ClondBnrst Totally of Confusion in Denver Color Aug 11 to A tearful waterspout visited this section at 6 oclock yesterday after noon in which Mr and Mrs J King of Salina were Tho water a fearful hight few King almlncr crossed from his cabin1 to the postoffica where wife was visiting Mr King carried Mrs Eose across from the postoffice which was lower than his cabin and returned for his wife The latter fainted and both went down tlie stream by reason of her weight The wife drifted down to Gold Mine a quar of a mile andthe husband a mile where the bodies were recovered Conductor E McGaffoy of the narrow gauge road says that five bridges were washed away and no trains canrun for four or five days T M Yates who came down from Bummer Gulch says it was fearfully washed y In the Sugar Loaf belt another casualty is reported Boulders weighing from one to two tons were washed road and on the track of the railroad THE CHOPS DESTROYED LOVKLAND Aug Special to A most hail and rain storm passed through this section of country last evening The hail bolt was about six miles wide and the storm traveled in a southeasterly direction Everything in its path is totally destroyed All the grain that was not harvested pounded into tho ground tho corn was cut all to pieces leaving nothing but the bare stalks standing and tho crops which prom ised to be the most abundant for years before is now acomplete all the fruit being knocked from the trees and vines Thero was also a great deal of damage done to property in and about town Tho heavy rains raised thewntcrin tho English ditch till itbroke through its banks wash ing away a portion of a fill on the Arkins branch of the Colorado Central traclc mak ing tho road impassable for several hours During the storm a an named Peterson was struck by lightning and is now lying in a critical condition Aug Special to At one oclock tod ay a severe storm swept over Denver ing from the at tended with an extensive display of lightning and of thunder It of short severe For a while business of an outofdoor nature was sus pended electric cars wero stalled upon tho streets frightened horses broke loos from their fastenings hurrying helter and laborers and pedestrians has tened to the nearest shelter A boynamed Givilis Gildro at the bottling works at the corner af Hollidayand Thirty third was shockedbut not sufficient ly injured to of a serious nature A horse attached away colliding With the iron pillars on the Larimer street bridge demolishing things A deliyery also ed with in front Dolls furniture street Bath iwhiieV crossingCol fax bridge was rendered unconscious by a bolt Uas not yot recovered and itlsf will Charles Berkeley Mp was also struclc and severely was instantlyidlied and the PRICE FIVE THE BANKERS OUTWITTED A Handsome Tourist Was Too Cute for the Coloradoans HE SWOOPED DOWN ON THREE CITIES Banters and Diamond chants Gave Him AH He Where Is Mr Hall Ar kansas Criminal Record Aug Special to man representing himself as E F G Hall accompanied by a handsome woman who passed as his stopped at tho best spent money freely and soon made tho acquaintance of some of the leading citizens of the placo Ho was introduced to the best merchants opened a bank account and placed with tha banks drafts for AShich waro promptly paid Ilo claimed to bo a con tractor of tho Nicaragua Canal rnd travel ing in tho West for his health lie remained hero for a month when no wont to San Francisco Rut before going ho negotiated with an agent of A Lyons a Now York diamond dealer for the purchase of a thou sand dollars worth of precious stones Tho last of July Hall returned hero say ing ho would remn In but a day saying bis wife was sick in Manitou and howas on bin way to her Going to Glonwood Na tional Bank ho closed a deal for two city lots giving a draft drawn by a bank in tho interior of Kansas upon New York This draft was accepted and the sale consum mated Calling upon his jeweler ho received hta jewels ghing tho same kind of a draft for S090 aud as tho banker had taken one so would the jeweler Two smaller transactions of this kind completed his business deals and away ho went Last night tolegrams wero received here from San Francisco and asking for the arrest of E F G Hall for forgery but ho had anticipated this action an4 timed himself well for nothing has been seen of him sinco Telegrams received from Kansas state that all tho drafts are forgeries On Tuesday a check for drawn upon the Glen wood National Bank in favor of Tuckor was received hero but re turned witli the words funds across the face Colorado Springs telegraphed here reward for him show ing tljat A leading jewelry firm in Denver Is draft for SIOOO HIG DENVER OAaBErt DENVER A ug thitr handsome young man his it Mason tie was introduced to some of the lead Jug business men of the andacr companied the Mystic Shriners on their curslon to Dallas Texas Intro duced to the bank through hjs Masonic ao quaintances He depositedmoney checks upon it and his ness in a straight and honest way Some time after Hall left the city and WM not scon hero until about a week he returned He claimed to have just ireL turned from Nicaragua Ho renewed bir acquaintances and calling upon the bank before mentioned ho deposited a draft foi drawn by abank in Kansas bank in New York Immediately upon de positing the draft with tho recoivlngr teller ho went to the paying tellers window and drew out in cash and obtained a certl fied check for S2000 As fs the custom teller notified the tbeisBJa ance of the certified went to tho receiving teller acd1 that Hall a dratt While he did not suspicion thatanything was wrong he took to at once telegraph the in The next day he that tho draft was a forgery In the meantime Hull ha The next day a wellknown sented at the bank a draft given for S1200 Iiallhad purchased diamonds from the jeweler druft in payment The cashier 5 ognizcd tlie draft as a Though name of the bank by was to have been issued was different bank in the draft the handwriting of both drafts was the Hall large though efforts are bingmade catch him and rewards offered for hlffj arrest A TEXAS FRATRICIDE i HOUSTON Aug Putlson today Charley and Daniel Ellison brothers killed each during a quarrel A NKGRO IiYNCHED T AUKANSAS CITY night the Sherlil captured William Bearer a negro who was wantedVfor aKsault upon young white lady As the officer waKitak ing his prisoner mob who took Beaver andhurig him ATXSMPXED ASSAgsiXATioN 4 CHAHMSSTOX W fjeht which was waged y Nutter and William Dils fpc theRepublican nomination for County Oierk lias beenlfol lowed by the attempted assassination otj Nutter Primary were heldj for the selection and inoearly every many fights In the case convention there were fivcjf and ten Late Sunday night Nutter one of y delegates and Avhilo aa near thft heart Ehysiciansr nounced dangerouioThere clue to The at Baaiebpll Auglv l Bainbow Won Darnot Golden third Time 1 i I miQand af Hypocrite Second Fiv6 second ;