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and TEEMING BOOMING not one of svithllve them of advertisements the class a man I THE SALT LAKE HER AL D J I FRE WANTS
would blush a
wud blu lay before Us family i 0 = e I Look for Work in tie Herald
Who Held Up the Elkhorn Pas
sengers are Neatly Caught
It Will Be 3 Bepnblican Paper Michigan
Editorial Association In Butte
Railroad Grade Finished
OMAHA Neb July 31Spccial telegram
L I to THE HERALDJ A special to the lice
4 from Johnstown Neb says The two
men who robbed several passengers on
the Elkhorn train last Monday night at
Aribia were captured today three miles I
south of Wood Lake Ever since the deed
was committed they have been lost in the
sand hills They supposed that they were
traveling away from the railroad when
they were getting nearer all the while
Early this morning they went to the home
of J D Bruce and tried to induce him to
take them to some friends they claimed to
have near the Burlington Missouri rail
way As they could not tell their friends
names Mr Bruce became suspicious of
them and concluded thoy were the train
robbers He agreed so make the trip for
them but told them to stay at his house
until he went to a neighbors to borrow a
spring wagon This the men agreed t do
and Mr Bruce instead of going for a i
wagon went to S G Barnes a neighbor
a sent him into Wood Lake for assist
ance C A Johnson William Day L
Meyers and another man armed themselves
and proceeded to capture the fugitives
which was done very easily us the men
were neatly trapped and made but little re
sistance The outlaws are brothers their
names are J A and Velmoro Herron and
they live near Battle Creek Neb where
they claim t have friends who will help
them out of their scrape
Conductor Nelson who had charge of the
train that was robbed went to Wood Lake
and identified them In their possession
was found four 45 SrnithJ Aresson TCVO
vers 530 in silver one bogsrUver dollar
and the bag they made thepV > Eengers de
posit their money in Thoy seem to be
new men at this work but from the pre
parations they had made there i no doubt
they had started out to make train rob
bing their business Deputy Sheriff John
son has taken them r Nalentine for safekeeping
The Rocky Mountain News Sold
DENVER Colo July 31 Special tele
gram to THE HERALP For some days
rumors have been current that the Rocky
Mountain Actos has been sold and that the i
new management would run it in the inter
est of that faction of tho Republican party
in Colorado at present represented in the
United States Senate Senator Teller has
denied that he has any interest In tho tran
saction but it i understood his friends
have chipped into the pooL The only
names mentioned in connection with the
purchase are thoso of Henry Wolcott his
brothor the Senator and exPostmaster
General Clarkson These it is understood
furnished the bulk of the funds while the
others are in for lesser amounts The price
named is 100000 which is thought to be a
mask t cover the real sum as an option
was secured on the not
paper long ago by
1 another party at a quarter million which
they declined after an examination made of
the assets I is said that Griffith mana
ger of the Time will also manage the News
under the new regime
This deal is an anxiety tothoontiHill
faction of the Republican parfy being a
second morning paper with which to com
bat the les of the personal organ which has
been waging a relentless war upon them
for many months past but with what suc
cess it remains for the coming fall elections
to show Just when the new owners take
charge is not known but it is believed it
u ill be very soon some say next week
This transaction leaves the Democrats of
the state without any central organ In
the meantime a syndicate ha been formed
the capital and telegraph service secured
and other arrangements perfected to launch
another afternoon paper within the next
four weeks It projectors declare that it
will be neutral in politics and
is started as a business enterprise in the
belief that the people of Colorado after
ears of torture from the
years persistent squab
bles of personal organs will gladly hail
wi hai any
paper that confines itself t current events
and avoids the discord which has raged for
years among the Republican factions I
is certain that the
certin incorporators of tho new
enterprise have ample means Your cor
respondent has seen the signatures to the
papers which will not be filed for some
days et Fast presses have been secured
as it i expected that a bright newsy jour
will quickly secure a larger circulation
projectors it will bo before
prjectrs say wi out Septem
j A berL
Michigan Editorial Association
BLTTE Mont July iLSpecial tele
gram to Tan HniiALu Members of the
State Editorial association of Michigan
reached this city tonight on their tour of
I the west They have been made the guests
ot the city and are being shown tho sights
down town tonight Tomorrow morning
they will be taken through the mines on
the bill after which they leave for the
south their next point oeing Boise City
Thirty Miles of Grade Done
I AXAHOSA Colo July 3lSpeial tele
gram t Tar IlritALi Thirty miles of
the fifty four miles of road between here
and Villa irovft barn bon eradftrL nail
is now ready for the ties and iron The
other twentyfour miles will be completed
in the next two week and tho line will be
finished as quick as the ties ani iron can
be laid Ties are swimming down the
river from above Del Norto Much dim
cult has been experienced in keeping
them moving on account of jams The
road will form a link between the Rio
Grande system connecting the main line at
Salida with the road to Durango and
render the track over the Veta pass use
First Steps Towards PnrchasIiiK Silver
WASHINGTON July 31The treasury de
partment has taken the first step towards
giving effect to the last silver act by the
preparation of n circular which will bo issued
sued tomorrow I announces that on and
after the 3rd inst offers for the sale of
f silver bullion in lots of not less than ten
thousand 10000 ounces and to
10 t deliver j 1 I
this free of expenses to the government at
any specified coinage mint will be received I
itner by telegraoh or letter for considora
ion at noon Mondays Wednesdays and
Fridays I of each week except legal holi
daSs A1 bids must be addressed to the
Secretary of the Mint Treas
ury Department Washington
stat the quantity offered in fine ounces
price per fine ounce and the mint at which
t he bullion will bo delivered Bidders will
be notified by telegraph of the acceptance
orTejection of offers The right to reject
any and all bids is reserved and also to
accept any portion of the amount offered
The delivery purchase must be completed
within ten clays after the acceptance of the
offer When bars bear the stamp of well
known refineries such approximated value
will be paid pending the melt and assay as
maybe regarded safe and proper When
the bullion purchased is of n character to
r require parting or refining the usual mint
charges for these operations must be paid
by the seller No bars weighing over
twelve hundred 1200 ounces will be re
ceived No silver coin except uncurrent
and mutilated coins of the United States
I will be received on abcount of such pur
The Illinois Worlds Fair Bill
SPRINGFIELD III July 31Th senate
and househavo reached an agreement on
tho constitutional amendment resolution
and it now goes to the governor The
house amende the Worlds fair bill
adding after a little debate a proviso that
eight hours shall constitute a days labor on
all work about the exposition to be exempt
There was another bitter fight on the
proposition to allow the South park com
missioners to issue bonds for 2000000 to
bo used in fitting up Jackson park for tho
fair this is in addition to the f5000COO to
be issued by the city of Chicago I was
finally amended so as to make the amount S
of the park bonds 500000 instead of
third 2000000 reading and the bill then went to its
The reports tonight are that a vigorous
war will be waged in the senate tomorrow
on tho eight hour clause of the bill l on the
ground that it is special legislation and un
Walnut U Destroyed by Fire
WALNUT HI July 31The business
portion of this village was burned this
morning a high gale and frame buildings
rendering all attempts t check the lira
futile Fiftysix houses and stores were
destroyed and sixteen families burned
out Loss 125000
The Great Northern Railway Line
ST PAUL July 31The Northwester
nailrnadcr tomorrow will say
The Great Northern railway line is
making active preparations for completing
the line to the Pacific coast On the east
end the route will start from a pointrwithin
three miles west of Fort Assinaboine
following the northern course which is lo
cated to tho summit of the Rockies Seattle
will be the principal terminus of the line
on Puget ound Preparations are also
made for building south from Seattle
towards Portland
The Shootine at Fort Win atc N M
DENVER Colo July 31A Fort Wingato
special to the News says the second day of
tho cavalry competion of the division of
the Pacific opened most favorably The
weather was cloudy and not a breath of
wind vas stirring Somo excellent scores
were made in the days shooting at the 200
yard ranges Captain J B Kerr Sixth
cavalry a distinguished marksman and I I
Corporal J C Thornton troop A Sixth
cavalry made a score of 44 points out of a
possible 50 Sergeant H Heiser troop G
Second cavalry came second with a
score of 43 points At tho 300
yards Sergeant E H Steiner
troop B Second cavalry made a score ot
45 while L M Mitchell troop K Sixth
cavalry and Sergeant Schone troop G
Fourth crvalry both made a score of 44
points A slight breeze sprung up at the
500yard range bat that did not prevent
Captain Kerr Sixth cavalry from leading
with a score of 45 points with Lieutenant
A Gray Sixth cavalry second with a score
of 4 points
At the 600yard range there was quite a
wind blowing but even under these unfav I
orable circumstances Private Mit
chell troop K Sixth cavalry
made the extraordinary score of 47
points out of a possible Private Mitch
ells sore for the day was a total of 174
points while Corporal J C Thornton was
a good second with 171 points falling short
of Mitchell only 3 points The highest
score for the two days was made by Cor
poral Thornton who has thus far held the
lead for the two days and Private Keiser
troop H Sixth cavalry comes in a good
second with a score of 335 points
To the Martyrs of Labor
PARIS July 31At the funeral of the
victims of the St Etienne mine disaster
some of the coffins were inscribed To the
martyrs ot labor and To tho victims of
capitalist exploition Socialists spoke
The chamber of deputies has voted 200000
francs for the families of the victims
GreenbackFarmers Alliance Convention
LANSING Mich July 3lThe Union
Labor Greenback and Farmers alliance
convention was led to order this fore
neen A list of standing committees was
selected S
In tho afternoon a platform was adopted
denouncing the Republican and Democratic
parties for criminal abuse of power since
the close of the civil war de
manding the abolition of national banks and
substituting legal tender treasury not s
al money to be legal tender the free coin
age of silver railroads telegraphs and
telephones to be operated in tho interest of
the people an eight hour law to permit
farmers to deduct mortgages from their
assessment a graded income tax govern
ment loans to the people on real estate se
curity the Australian ballot system
homestead exemption t the value of 1000
on improved and personal property a re
duction of salaries of all public
officers to an economical basis the
election of the President and Senators
by direct vote of the people Senatrs
The following ticket was nominated
Governor Eugene H Belden lieutenant
governor John I McGregor secretary of
state William E Adams state treasurer
Henry E Blackman state auditor
William H Graham attorneygcneral A
A Ellis A
huoorintendent of public instruc
tion C A Zitler justice of tho supreme
court OBrien J Atkinson Resolutions
in favor of a service pension bil Resolutons pro
hibition plank were rejected Adjourned
Thread for hand or machine sowing use
Clarks mile end white thread wound
I on black spools Black and colored on
while spools For sale by S Kellner New
Dry Goods store 205 and 207 South Main
Bids will be received up to noon August
for finishing the building for the deaf and
dumb Plans and
specification can be seen
at the University building
S Wir WARD Architect
From 1 to 2 yards all grades at onehalf
the usual price Call and get onehal
i In GaMers music palace
Headquarters lor pure California wines
213 Main street next t the P O
excel all other floursin quality Ask your
grocer for it
r i I
For One Mile Is Beaten bya
lunol Falls to Lower her Half 3Hlo Record
Harry Wilkes Tho Racing
at St Paul
MONMOUTH PARJC July 3JThe feature
of todays sport was Raveloes work in the
Newark stakes in which he ran the mile
in 1 34 breaking the record a quarter of
a second
Mile Chaos won Paris ton second Ovid
third Time 143
Optional stakes twoyearolds three
foul t is of a mile Contribution won Vag
abond second Deer third Time 122
Newark stakes threeyearolds mile
Raveloe won Druidnes second Tulla
Blackburn third Time 3UU
Mile and a furlong OriHamme won
154 Cynosure second Reporter third Time S
Threeyearolds and upward mie Sam
Wood won Penzance second Belisarius
third Time 144J
All ages threefourths of a mile Tup
staff won Blithe second Alby third
Time 113K 1
Maiden twoyearolds five furlongs
Tirocco won Boughrum second Somersqt
third Time 5 > K
Raveloe bay colt Dy Joo Hooker out of
Illusion by Alarm was bred by Theodora
Winters and sold in ate ra to J Mackey for
th e Rancho del Paso stud near Sacra
mento California at Mr Winters weed
out salo three years ago His dam though
a new comer for turf honors has to her
credit another winner
an Brown Fox ho te
ing by Ban Fox who was one of the best
race horses in the country in his day This I
being Raveloes first start this season and
as he was of little account in his twoyear
old forms shows him t be one of the im
proving kind and he will be heard from
often during the coming fall
Trotting at Cleveland
CLEVEL VND July 31A brisk wind blew
directly down the quarter stretch today
and had much to do with reducing the
speed of the flyers Brown Hal was lame
and could not go Harry Wilkes was sub
stituted trotting a mile to a running mate
without a skip in 2t4 Sunol started at
the half pole and camo home She wont
the first quarter in 31 seconds but broke
on the stretch and camo home at a slow
pace She was afterward sent a full mile
in215 First quarter 32 half 105
threequarters In 139
The 223 class 3000 divided Walker
E won Maud second Strovic third Black
Haifc fourth Best time2 1SM
The 217 lass 2OtK divided Alfred S
won Harnblico second J B Richardson
third Margaret fourth Time 217
S St Paul Races
ST PAUL July 31The track was fast
today Maiden twoyearolds three
quarters of a mile Michael won Yale Jl
second Gilflora third Time 116
Threeyearolds and upward mile Rival
won X second Longshot third Time
St Paul stakes threeyearolds and up
ward mile and a quarter Cousin Jeems
won War Peak second Casher third
Time 2OS > <
Threeyearolds and upward mile
Mamie Fonso won Lena A second Pole
mus third Time 463i
Three yearolds and upward mile and
three furlongs Al Farrow won Heron
second Vice Regent third Time2 33
Saratoga Races
SARATOGA July 31First race mile
Lavinia Belle won Long Shore second
Gertie D third Time 143
Second race Saratoga stakes for two
yearolds threefourths of a mile Bal
gowar won Palestine second Blacklot
third Time 117
Third race mile and ono sixteenth
Heclare won Worth second Time 152
There were only two starters
Fourth race Adirondack handicap mile
and a furlong Rhono won Dr Quessel
second Olio third Time 136
Fifth race sixfurlongs Objection won
Australia second Dyer third Time 116
Sixth race six furlongs Bradford won
Ballyhoo second Cornelia third Time
1 15f
New York 3 Chicago 1
Philadelphia 1 Cleveland 6
Buffalo 5 Boston2
Pittsburg 13 Brooklyn 1
Cincinnati 6 New York 5
Cincinnati 8 Philadelphia 6
Chicago 4 Boston 1
Athletics 15 Columbus
Brooklyn 9 Toledo 4
Rochester 3 Louisville 8
Lady Almont Silas jr Elder Lucas and
Smoky Jim the Winners
Race No 1 at the Driving park yesterday
was the match between McGinty
and Lady jUmout trotter for 3 purse of
100 The lady downed McGinty I one
two three order always letting the
letting gray
pilot tho way the first half Tho three
wooden men in the judges stand woke up
to announce the result of the decisive heat
of the race in 2JO but said not a word
about the others The monied men of the
sporting fraternity were cautious well
they might be and Davis tho Chinese
impersonator did more scolding than pool
selling Tho young cyclone and dust
storm struck thetrack during the progress
of this race
No 2 like the first was a match race
for an oven hundred between Mormon Boy
trotter and Silas jr side wheeler The
boy did the wiggler up handily Time 243
In tho second heat the tables were turned
and Silas got there first but only by a
neck Thornberg pulled his arms sore try
ing to hold the pacer bi ck and succeeded m
keeping him on even terms to near the
finish but the junior animal had evidently
not been educated up to ways that aro
dark and tricks that are vain and despite
fthe efforts of his driver the horse took the
r >
bit in his teeth and pulled tho chuckling
crt in ahead in 24G The fraud was too
apparent and yet the succeeding heat was
a repetition of it without a word of cen
sure from that trio of wiseacres Thornberg
resorted to every trick in i trade to make
his horse trail and when he found the race
could not be thrown any other way ho
actually fouled tho other horse on the home
stretch but the sleepy judges did not see
i and Silas took theheat in 245 regard
less of the thcle bookmakers gave
Tho Mormon then came forth and trotted
a heat out in 238 and Thornberg did not
have to work so hard to keep Silas in tho
rear but the way ho hugged the extremo
outside on all tho turns made it look like he I
was still afraid of getting there oven at
that clip
Silas is ahead in the fiftl heat after try S I
ing to go over time fence to the stables and
taking still another rest up against the out
side rail on the backstretch but the know
ing ones across the way decided dead
heat and there must be still another
warming up in the racthft farce before the
few dollars that havo been entrusted tb the
loader mercies of the poolbox can be paid
Tom McCoy is up behind the Boy for the
final struggle but as it has been apparent
from the start so it i apparent still that
on their merits Silas lest win Well he
did handily in 239 aid the pool support
ers were righteously mad
Knee No 3 was a straight pace 575 a cor
ner betweon Elder Lucas Lydia Allen
Busby and Tanglefoot Allen was the only
actual competitortae Elder had and she
failed to make it interesting him nf The
beautiful black came home under a strong
pull in 237
The Elder won second and third heats in I
245 and 238 almost < Without sweating a
hair Tanglefoot was not in the race from
thehfirri n n i n tr
Smoky Jim and BillyAV wereup for the
quarter and repeat run Jim smoked
Billys jacket to the tune of 26 andS sec
onds in first and thirdhoats The little bay
got the middle heat but that threeply ag
gregation of colossal wisdom at the other
end of the wire decided IlnO goand again
the bilked backers Billy were boiling
One singlOjropotition of yesterdays pro
ceedings and SaltIiake Driving park
will have earned a reputation that oven its
worst enemies would not envy
Did He or Did He not Solicit Lottery Adver
tisements Tlie Evidence
Special t THE HERALD Examiner Dispatch
NEW YORK July 31The World has in
vestigated Colonel Mosbeys statement that
Russell Harrison solicited lottery adver
tisements I cannot be shown that any
lottery advertisement ha appeared in re
cent issues of FranTcLcalttfsIllustrated Nets
yapcr but the Helenaoimrma1
Journal of July 25
contains a threecolumn letter dated City of
Mexico The letter describes in tho most
fervid terms tho drawings of the Grand
Lottery Guar z The three columns aro
intersDcrsed with extremely well executed
illustrations of the ornate pagoda in which
the lottery is drawn n copy of the lottery
ticket and numerous instances of persons
successful lathe lottery
North Dakota Republican Ticket
publlcan stalo coaventfoi completed a
ticket today follows Auditor John P
Bray treasurer L E Barker secretary
of state John Flittle attorneygeneral C
A M Spencer superintendent of public
instruction John Ogden commissioner of
agriculture H T Helmson insurance com
missioner A T Carey
The platform endorses the national ad
ministration the silver bill and congratu
lates Speaker Reed and other members of
the House on the facilitation of public
business urges the passage of tho federal
election bill demands a high rate of pro
tection on woolen industries and favors all
legislation tending t promoto agricultural
interests Blaines reciprocity policy is en
dorsed also the dependent pension bill
favors an amendment to the stateconstitu
tion forever prohibiting a licensed lottery
Congress is urged to pass a law against
using the mails for lottery purposes
Copper Bins Actions
LONDON July 31In the actions brought
here arising from tho transactions of tho
copper ring the justice today has held that
the guarantee of the Comptoir dl Escompte
could not be enforced and has given judg
ment in favor of the Societe des Motaux in
actions for breach of contract amounting
to 200000
The Santa Fe Train Robbers
DENVER July 31 A Trinadad special
says bloodhounds were put on the trail of i
the men who attempted to rob the Santa
Fe train last night and after several hours
wandering through the mountains returned
to this city The police a short time after
wards arrested lour men who gave the
n mes of Edward Carroll Edward Mc
Carthy Thomas Higgins and D P Gold
all of whom have records in tho police
station as hard cases They were
arraigned this morningand their trial is
set for Saturday In default of 200 bonds
all wontto jail I
Pennsylvania Hungarian Settlement Burned
BRADDOCK Pa July 31A fire in a
Hungarian settlement today destroyed
thirtyeight houses Ode hundred and
twenty Hungarian families were burned
out but saved most of their effects The
loss on the houses will probably reach
seventyfive thousand dollars
Emins Fight at Ugogo
ZANZIBAR July 31Emin had severe
fighting at Masai and Ugogo He defeated
the Ugogos with great slaughter
A Street Duel In Greenwood Miss
GREENWOOD Miss July 31Walter
Stoddard a local artist and G D Money
brother of exCongressman Money fought
a duel on the street today Stoddard was
instantly killed and Money badly wounded
The trouble grew out of charges of corrup
tion made against the city government
Cholera in Mecca
MECCA July 31The cholera epidemic
here shows no sign of abatement The
deaths average eighty daily
Cardinal Patlotti Dead
i ROME dead July 31 Cardinal Luigi Pallotti I
The Heat in New England
BOSTON July 31 Dispatches from dif
ferent points in New England report that
the recent intensely hot weather is fol
lowed tonight by severe wind and thunder
storms There is much damage to pro
perty but few casualties so far as heard
from There have been many prostrations
from heat tho past two days
Violent Outbreak ot Diphtheria
BOUNE BAY N F July 31TherO is I
violent outbreak of diphtheria at tho fish
ing settlement of Red Bay A hundred
and fifty people are down with the disease
There are many deaths and the plague is
spreading The village is in a shocking
state as regards sanitation
George L Schuyler Dead
NEW LONDON Conn July 31 George
L Schuyler the Idest member of tho New
York yacht club and one of its founders i
died this
morning Schuyler was 80 years
cup of age and the last winner of the Americas J
r i I S
The War Between Salvador and
1 Is Quiet In Buenos Ayres Once ore
Tho Demands of the Prussian
S Millers arc Con celed
Special to THE HnttATD Examiner Cable
CITY OF MEXICO July 31 Geronimo
Pau confidential agent oi the Ezeta gov
ernment in speaking about the possibilities
of between Salvador
peace and Guatemala
said the army of Salvador is in a most
excellent position to demand an honorable
peace Our countrhas not been the ag
gressor he said Guatemala has en
deavored to dictate to us who shall be our
president she has been too meddlesome
and has received a practical object lesson
that will make her more cautious in future
how she interferes in our internal affairs
The offices of the United States and
Mexico in bringing about peace between
Salvador and Guatemala will be appre
ciated Our country docs not want war
but we walt an honorable peace that will
guarantee that there shall be no inter
meddling in our internal political affairs
fioin outside Central Americanrepublics
Guatemalan minister was seen in the
afternoon He says he will have no news
uiltil a decisive battle ha oeen fought be
tween his country and Salvddor but he
cannot snggest when this culminating
event will take place
In the last six battles in Guatemala be
tween the army of the republic and that of
Salvador the latter are reported as having
obtained the most complete and decisive
victories over their enemies The battles
were fought near and in Jutiapa twenty
four miles from Atescatempa the main
thoroughfare to the city of Guatemala
where Barilas had mobilized a strong army
to intercept the triumphal Salvadpriau
force Considering that all the prominent
eminences and they are many were forti
fied between Atescatempa and Jutiapa and
that the Salvadorians were fighting against
great numerical ds their victories are
the more remarkable
The Guatemalan army owing to its re
peated defeats poor discipline and because
the reinforcements had been overmarched
was no match for the well disciplined
troops of Salvador and was forced to yield
fortification after fortification to the en
emy It is impossible to get the exact
number of troops engaged in battlejat pres
ent owing to the fact that both armies have
been reintorced but the number will not
fall much short of thirtyfive thousand of
which some twenty thousand were Guate
malans I is stated that the report of a
revolution in the departments of eastern
Guatemala comprising Jutiapa Chiqui
mula Santa Rosa Zacapa and Jalapa
against Barrilas aVe true and that the revo
lutionists are headed by prominent gener
als It is beloved here that the United
States and Mexico are going to bring about
jjeace in Central America S
General Rivas Turns Traitor
LIBERTAD July 31It is reported
that General Rivas who was recently re
called from Honduras by the Salvador gov
ernment to raise troops around Cjqute
peque andjoin the main army operating
against Guatemala has turned traitor
When he was supposed to be on his way to
the frontier he turned back a force of 2000
Indians toward the capital and stormed the
barracks Fighting has been going on two
days but no details havo been learned as
communication is interrupted Rivas
starthd the revolution against the Menen
dez government some months ago but was
Prussian Jliners1 Demands Conceded
BERLIN July 31It is officially an
nounced that the Prussian minister com
merce has conceded most of the demands
the miners delegates recently submitted to
the government including an eighthour
shift reinstatement of all the strikers who
wore dismissed arbitration in courts to
which mining officials shall bo amenable
and the abolition of farming jobs
An explosion occurred in the Unser Fritz
mine at Gelscnkiruhen to day Eight men
were killed and several injured
Disorders of the Agricultural Districts
BUENOS AYRES July 31 Disorders con
tinue in the agricultural districts The
great Southern Sosario railway is turned
up in places and traffic suspended Ex
change is falling Gold premium 250
All Quiet in Buenos Ayres I
LONDON July 31The parliamentary
secretary for foreign affairs announced in
tho commons today that the government S
had received 3 dispatch from Buenos
Ayres stating that everything is settling
down and aftairs are resuming their nor
mal aspect Street traffic in the city is resumed S
financial Chaos
LONDON July 31A Times Buenos Ayres
dispatch says that financial chaos and an
archy reign The bill tor the postponement S
of bills one month passed the chambers
Great to resign pressure is applied to compel Celman
Secretary Noble on the Irrigation Surveys i
WASHINGTON July 31An answer to the
inquiries in regard to irrigation surveys
contained in tho recent Senate resolutions
was sent to the Senate today by Secretary
Noble He states that the director of the
geological survey actually surveyed and
marked the boundaries of the areas of
sites for reservoirs by him selected under
tho act of 1SSS and the tracts so segregated
are so marked that they can be discovered
on the ground and delineated on land office
maps On the reservoir site selections
only so much land has in each instance been
reserved as is intended to be used for the
storage of water It was not intended the
secretary says that the surveys and selec
tions under the act of 1S8S should bo car
ried to the extent of planning a system
of canals ditches checks and furrows for
the distribution of water over farms which
it is deemed the people when they come to
cultivate theso lands can better do them
selves The general purpose and plan of
the department the secretary says is to
preserve tho sources of water supply from
the possession or appropriation of indi
viduals or corporations It is believed ho
says to be the duty of his department so
long as this statute remains to enforce it
that its fruits at least in the preservation
of tho source and reservoirs for water may
be kept under either national or state
governmental control
JIcAnlifle In Training
Special to Tun HERALD Examiner Dispatch
LONDON July 31Billy Madden and Joo
McAuliffo have finally got to work training
for the fight with Slavin The big man
has left his wife and ten days 5 old baby and
is now with his trainer on the Lord Lons
dowii estate five hours ride from London
Marcus Mayer has not only got cash and
glory out of his recent victorious voyage I
from San Francisco to London but is in a
fair way now to get lots of fun out of it I
Every days mail brings him dozens of let
ters from a sorts of people some cou
gratulations some bogging for money 1
Marcus showed this afternoon a perfumed
epistle in French signed by a genuine
countess who begs that tho enterprising
American will honor her with a visit
Wheat In Minnesota
MINNEAPOLIS 11nu July 31The best
authorities estimate the wheat crop of the
present season in the Dakotas and Minne
sota at 100000000 bushels Tho hot weather
has not done serious damage taking the
country as 0 whole and tho harvest is now
in progress Tho value of this crop to tho
northwest is estimated at 00000000 at the
Had Croj Reports from Kansas
KNSAti CITY July 81 Special dispatches
from various points of western Kansas
state that the hoc winds of the past three
days have materially reduced tho already
low condition of the crops oC that part of
the state Many fields will not yield a
single car
A French Military Pupil Maltreated
PARIS July 31The Sicde states that a
military pupil while visiting relatives in
AlsaceLorraine was arrested hand
cuffed marched to the depot and put on the
train and his host mulcted in tho sum ol
fifty marksfor failing to notify the authori
ties of the presence of a Frenchman in the m
Two Very Unexpected Marriages Cause a
Flutter of ExcitehientThe Principals
Special to THE HEKALD Examiner DIspatch1
NEW YORK July 31There was a flutter
in theatrical circles yesterday when it was
whispered that Fred Hallen and Millie Ful
ler were married On tho register of Ho
tel Marlborough aro proudly inscribed the
signatures of Fred Hallon and wife and
pretty Miss Fuller now bears that tender
relationship to the blonde young proprietor
of Later On who is also the star in that
comedy There are few more popular or
chic young women on the stage than Mrs
Hallen and her conquests during her com
paratively short career as an actress have
been many and prominent
Millie Fuller became Mrs Hallen on the
5th of June in Chicago The wedding tour
was to Europe to purchase a great collec
tion of pretty and novel costumes for Millie
lie next season The marriage was kept
secret and not even the most intimate
friends of Mr Hallnn learned of it until
yesterday Mr Hallens first wife died a
little over a year ago
In the House
WASHINGTON July 31Oates of Ala
bama rising to a question of privilege of
fered a resolution for an investigation of
the charges of corruption against members
of the House contained in a recent edi 1
torial in the Rational Economist After
some discussion the speaker ruled the res
olution not a privileged one In doing so
he said the editorial was of the vaguest
character it made no assertion except by
inference it made no statement upon
which anybody could be expected to predi
cate a belief or conviction It was within
the knowledge of every member that para
graphs of this character were floating
around in the newspapers of the country
The House could see the inconvenience
which would result to the business of tho
House if Y member had 1 right in the
production 01 paragrapns line this to de
mand investigation Tho House sustained
the chair an appeal having been taken by
Oates yeas 95 nays 7 The House then
went into committee of the whole on the
Senate amendment to the sundry civil bill
The Senate irrigation amendmont was
finally nonconcurred in The committee
then rose and the House adjoarnel without
I disposing of the bill
In the Senate
WAHINGTON July 3lFrye stated that
the river and harbor bill would be taken
up next Friday The conference report on
the District of Columbia bill was agreed
Teller reported a bill authorizing the
court of claims to take jurisdiction of Wit
ham McGarrahans claim to Rancho
Penoche California Placed on the
The tariff bill was then taken up and Mc
Pherson moved to make the rate on ex
tracts of licorice 4 cents a pound the
amendment of the finance committee being
to reduce it from ii to 5 cents The
usual political discussion f lowed
in the course of which Aldrich said the
Mills bill originally proposed n duty of I S
cents on licorice paste but when it was i
found that tho then engaged in that busi
ness were Democrats the rate was increased I
to 5 cents Vest denied this statement
McPhersons motion was finally rejected I
by the usual party vote and the committee i
amendment agreed to
McPherson wanted the duty on castor
oil reduced from 50 to 25 cents per gallon
but Plumb asked that i be increased to bO
cent the present duty and this was
agreed to
The paragraph relating to opium was
amended as wjcommended by the finance
committee make it read 13 instead of
512 per pound
Paragraph 4S was amended on the
recommendation of the finance committee
making tho duty SI 1 per ton instead of 2 as
in the House bill and on manufactured
articles onefourth of a cent per pound in
stead of 87 per ton McPherson I
to offer amendments to several other paragraphs
graphs but all were voted down Some
other committee amendments were agreed
to and four pages of tho bill having been
disposed of the Senate adjourned
Another Mexican Railroad Scheme
S ANTONIO Tex July 31A contract
was let to day building a railroad from
Matamoras on the Rio Grande across
Mexico to San Bias on the Pacific ocean
It is asserted that the scheme is backed
at this end by tho syndicate now engaged
in procuring a deep water harbor at North
Brazos river and on tho other bide by the
Mexican government and wealthy Mexi
A Postage Stamp Robbery
NEWPORT R 1 July 31A robbery of
flCOO worth postage stamps from the
postoflice was discovered this afternoon
They are believed to ave been takan by a
suspicious looking man who probably took
the train for Boston
A Flailing Schooner Run Down
NEW YORK July 31The steamship Ob
dam from Rotterdam today reports she
ran down a French fishins schooner off the
Newfoundland bonks in a fog Four of
the schooners crew were drowned
The Number of Killed I
BuENos ATKES July 31 During tho in
surrection tho ironclad fleet which joined i
the revolutionary movement bombarded
for two days Serious damage was done
many buildings especially those in the I
vicinity of Plaza Victoria One thousand
persons were killed and 5000 wounded
Telegraphic Communication Reopened I
NEW YonKt July 31 dispatch received
in New York from Buenos Ayres today
via Galveston says Telegraphic com
munication with Buenos Ayres via Gal
veston is reopened The officials of the
Mexican Telegraph company in this city
say the fact that the message came over the
Transandine line is an indication that peace I
reigns throughout tho Argentinerepublic
Gold Shipments
NEW YORK July 31Total gold ship I
ment this week 3500000
owderlys Address to Them on
the Force Bill
low It Affects the Jewelry Trade Silverware
Has Advanced 15 per Centum
The Cause
Special to THE HERALD Examiner Dispatch
PITTSBCRG July 31General Master
Workman Powderly has addressed a letter
to the Knights of Labor in which ho ar
raigns tho federal election or force bill in
the most vigorous manner saying therein
more intimidation in four lines of that law
than in all the southern outrages that havo
occurred since the war He says Shorn
of the verbiage the bill is intended to per
petuate the existence of the party in
power and besides intended to encourage
fraud Section 9 is in direct violation of
tile contract by which the several states
arc bound to tho Uwited States and is a
most unwarrantable interferenco in the
legislation of the sisterhood of states It
is claimed this law will enable tho colored
citizens to vote free from intimidation and
influence That may be true outside of
polling places but it simply transfers tho
intimidation ana influence to the inside of
the polling booth Why not act the part of
men and say that colored men are not fit to
have a vote for that is what they mean
If there is a body of men in this land who
do not know enough to defend their ballots
with their lives at the polls then that body
of men are not the kind to be privileged to >
vote for those who make laws for others
The Democratic party does its best to
intimidate the colored citizens of the south
and they give as a reason that if they did
not do so they would bo subject to negro
rule down there or as they put it ignor
ant rule The workmen of the north have
never imposed ignorant rule where they
elected their own representatives
The letter goes on to say Our laws
should not bo framed in such a way as tov
recognize ignorance or illiteracy for
to recognize illiteracy is to perpetuate it
Every law should aim at the abolition of
illiteracy and instead of making laws to
guard uneducated men at the polls wo
should make laws to guard the republic
against illiteracy by obliging all voters to
know bow to read and write before rot
log Powderly calls on the knights to voice
their sentiment and suggests thai the
name of every Congressman who voted for
the bill be published to the world and citi
zens who are opposed to such highhanded
methods should scratch them on the next
election day
The Rise In the Price of Sliver
Special to THE HERALD Examiner Dispatch
CHICAGO July 31The Daily News this
morning Thursday prints the following
This is not a particularly brisk or lively sea
san for the lewelry trade butneverthe
esi the jewelers and silversmiths oC
Chicago have made at least 10000 within
he last ten days They would have made i
his much if there had not been a sale
made in that time It has been done in a
legitimate manner and their united thanks
are due the Congress which enacted the
new silver bill Congress says that on
August 13 the government shall begin to
buy 4500000 ounces of silver per month for °
which certificates shall be issued in return
and the bullion kept in storage This
government demand represents an
amount of bullion which will drain all
available resources England wants silver
just now to send to India in payment for
wheat and cotton and makes an earlier de
mand than usual because of the action of
the government on this side The two
contending forces are fighting for silver
and as a natural consequence silver is ad
vancing in price Already the price of
bullion has advanced 15 per cfcnt and ia
now worth nearly ono dollar and fifteen
cents an ounce The price of all manu
factured silverware has advanced in pro
portion and hence it happens that the
wholesale and retail dealers in Chicago
have been marking up goods and saying
nothing to the public about it They have
not called in the reporters to notify them
that silverware is becoming as valuable as
gold but have maintained a discreet and
united silence
When a News reporter made the rounds
of the wholesale and retail houses yester
day he found a general disposition on the
part of the dealers to be reticent in dis
cussing the matter although all were ready
to admit that silver had advanced in value
13 per cent Edward Foreman superin
tendent at Spauldings was not one of the
close mouthed ones Silver has gone away
up said he and it means money in our
pockets for wo have a large stock ot manu
factured ware on our hands Wo received
notice one week ago last Monday from the
manufacturers that prices had advanced 15
per cent owing to the rise in bullion occa
sioned by the adoption of the silver bill Of
course our prices went up in consequence A
fiveounce watch case is worth about sevety
live cents more than it was before All ware
made of sterling silver and what we call
nlatware has advanced about 15 per cent
in pries Hollow ware has not advanced so
much because its principal cost Is in the
work done on it rather than the material it
self 1 do not understand why any of the
silversmiths should hasitate to give tee s
facts in the case Our stock has increased
in value from 5 to 8 per cent within u week
and I am glad of it Silver will got higher
before it drops again and the bullion will
reach 1 IS probably although I do not
anticipate any higher figure than that The
price is already higher than it has been for
six years
Marriage of Emma V Sheridan
Special to THE HERALD Examiner Dispatch
BHSTON July 31Miss Emma V Sheri
dan leading lady of the Boston Museum 1
married The lucky man is Alfred Brooks 4
Frye an engineer in the Boston postofflce
building Miss Sheridan is handsome and
attractive with a grace and charm of
movement which few women possess
With her appearance at the Museum last
year she jumped into popuiarfavorMrFryo
became acquainted with Miss Sheridan
through female friends some months ago
He bus never been associated with theatri
cal people or had been a special devotes of
the stage in any way He is a man of mag
nificent physique and a fine amateur nthe
lete The happy young couple left Boston
a week vo and were married on the steam
ship boi n 1 for Maine They are now ab
Bangor ihe affair caused a great sur
prise here as the announcement of tho
marriage was the first intimation that
such an event was to occur
More Trouble in Samoa
STDNET N S W July 3the steamer
Lubeck from Apiat brjngs rumors of dis
orders in Samoan villages In the opinion
of Europeans these disorders point out the
necessity of the treaty powers England
Germany and the United States forming a
proper government for Samoa
The Prince of Wales Stakes
S LONDON July 31Only two starters
came to the post at Goodwood to day for
the Prince of Wales stakes threequarters
of a mile Siphonia was the ayorite In the
betting 3 to 1 but Orion won
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