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IB THE SALT LAKE TIMES. EpS -- j- SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, TUESDAY. SKI'TKMIiKI! --.. taw. N'O- - AN iNt riilATEU FHMALK A Daughter of General Bamtridia At-tempts to Shoot Uuited States Minister Mizner. MIZNER'S Lin SAVED BY A BOOK. He Holds a Heavy Law Book Before His Body and the Bullet is Buried in its Leaves. lj ClTV OF tit atkmai.a, Sept. 2. A daughter of (reneral Harruudia attempt-ed to shoot I'niled Status Minister Mi.-tie- r yesterday. Mi.ner wa at his dtv-- taking out the guarantee given to him by this government that Harrun-dia'- s life would bo spared in case ho surreudered. ben a young woman came into the olticc, revolver in band, and accusod him of having been direct-ly the cause of her father's death, and announced that she meant to kill him. Mizner tried to reason with the gill, but liually she pulled the trigger of the pistol. Mi.ner had taken up a heavy law book and tho bullet was buried in its leaves. Tho shot attracted attention and be-fore a second could be tired assistance arrived.' Then ensued an exciting in tervioM'. Mi.ner maintained the ut-most calmness. The police wire called in and the voung woman arrested. She prmed to 'be t'hristiana Harruudia. a daughter of tho murdered general. Mi.ner will not prosecute the lady, and insists that no further notice bo taken of the affair. It is generally that Hal rundia would not hno been in danger of death had he not re-sisted arrest. A MATERNAL SSUA88LE. Aliened ndttetliw I sails to an Iuraet.-ln- ( Morr. A face into which the relentless looth of time hail gnawed it mcrrili way has been haunting Marshal Youug's private flirt" is it has Wen l.in!fl for several day. There a nothing j striking about tlio face unless ihst U- - j neath the furrow wire the chapter of a Icguud full tif patlmx anil tmublo. By ami ly ho was joined by a sun burned com-panion, who signalled thw assistant dis-rif- t attorney In one comer of I he room uiul told hit story. Ho wa quite dramatic in manner, ami wan frt4jncnt ly interrupt"! hy the oman, ho bore out his recital. HT name is Mrs. Fairehild. She residi at j Provo. and came here In search of a baby that during her illnes was turned j over to the custody of Mr. and Mis, Clarence W. Hurt on, late of I Mrs. Faireliihl say it was imply a loan j of the cherub, to whom, during an ill tiesa that threatened tn terminal her j career, she was unable In pi' proper atteutiou. The Hurt'Ui's, however, had never acknowledged one of these bless-ings and developing a warm attachment tor the child determined to keep it Mr. Fairehild, howmei. demurred to this and uiailc deniaud for the infant. About that lime the Hnrton are said to have disappeared a did alo the infant. Almost ilistl acted at the lo of tlu' child the mot liir started in pur-tu- t ami liually appealed In the smiee of Mar-shal Young ami hi corp. who located liiu Hurtoiis in a retired dwelling on the cast side. ' Mr. Fairehild having loaned the dimiuulhe creature, there was no process by wluili it could be reailily rei tnered ami he liegali to hunt tho Hiirton residence Tin she has kept up tor day and night without catching a gliiiip'" of the babe and thi ninni'inff she appealed the search to the authorities A deteetho was otil on the mision and together they dis-appeared in the direction of the hull!', This wu the prologue to an ai'lUut that will probably occupy considerable time in the court Mr. mid Mi Burton aie determined that tin' child shall remain under their roof, while tin' mother I eiiiallv pledged to recover it . A hahea pln '. tho nexl all-p- tiller hieh I he r w ill coine up lor a national and dra-matic Hiring It was wltile the legal light wa pre-cipitating that mutual friends of llie panic interceded and the foler pa-rent t'elimiuisht'il their claim upon the cliild for whom they ware ready In do all that parental love could bestow upon ntni young. Tlie mother then departed with It clpd ill her ai in, slid thus i recorded nil other example of ' all well that etuU well." THE NEW HAMPSHIRE DEMOCRATS. Charles H. Am.de,,, f iDaroaki xoinhw-te- d for Governor. CoNCoitn, N. .. Sept. 2.The dent-ocrnti- c statu convention was order this called to After morning l,y Chairman Stone. the, call had been read an organization was approved and permanent President J p Bartlett of Manchester. was escorted to the chair and delivered a brief address. The platform adopted declares the republican tariff reform has resulted in heavier burdens to the people. It denounces the McKitilcy bill as a "deed conveyance to a combination of manu- facturers and trusts." It denounces the ruling of Speaker Peed as The seating .of the Mon- tana souators as a grand larceny. It favors pension legislation tana reform and denounces the Force bill. Charles H. Amsden, of Penaeoak, was nominated for governor. A FRIGHTFUL WRECK. The East Bound Passenger on the Northern Pacific Completely Wrecked Near Eagle Gorge. TWELVE PEOPLE BADLY INJURED. Two Will Die--A Base Ball Umpire One of the Fatally Injured Passengers. Hot Si'itiNtts, Wash., Sept. 2. A terrible, accident occurred last night four miles from Kagle (Jorge, ou the Northern Pacific railway, in which east bound passenger train No. 2 was com-pletel- v wrecked, the lender of tho sec- - ond engine, the mail, express and bag-gage car, the smoker, emigrant and two day coaches being thrown from the track. Twelve persons were in-jured, two fatally. Tho fatally injured are: Rt. Yot Nti, umpire of tho northwest league, and a mau named Keitler. The injured are: K. W. Haley and wife, Tracey. Minn. Mrs. J)r. A. II. Fowler, llolyoke, Mass. V. G. Frost, F'.llensburg. K. T. Turuiss, Taooma. ludd Randall, (ileuville, Minn. Geo. Brohsky, Spokaue Falls. B. S. Campbell, Oregon. K. W. Jacobs, cook on dining car. (i. 1L Woodson, one of a party of tourists. Geo. K. Purple, Edgemoor, Mich. Physicians were sent from Ellens-burg- . SINCLE TAX CEORCE. A ltlg Reception Tendered the YUlonary Labor Ayitator. Xkw York. Sept. 2 Two thousand people attended the reception last oven-- ! ing to Henry George at Cooper union. Judge Maguire of Suu l'raueisio wel-comed (.Ieorgo, ami verses of welcome by Francis M. Milne of California were read. In response, among other utterances. Mr. George said : 'America is a great and beautiful laud, but she is not free. The Americans are not free to build and sail ships, not free from the domin-ion of politician?, not free to buy and sell a peck of apples without a license." The speaker was not proud of this republic, but ho had hopes of it. Speaking of the dissatisfaction existing between capital and labor and the man-ner of curing it, Mr. (icurge said "La-bor combinations won't do it; strikes, sharing of profits, dealing out of cold victuals won't Holt, The only thing that will do it is Justice and , the carrying into effect of free iiade. Cheers. To give to every man that which belongs to him. What will give him this? Single tax." (Cheers. J firms train. l30i! Ball Express on the Louits-i- s and Nashville Held Up at pensacola. SGffEEB MADE A TOOL OP. by the Robbers to Burst in the ,r of the Express Car at the Point of a Gun. .hme.Ky., Sept. 2.-- Thc Louis-- I ji.lshvillo Cannonball train ",'unll'was held up by masked 'l,af a mile north of Pensacola tmry this (Tuesday) morning. was' taken from tho express j the extent of the robbery is nvn. INTHHHANnSOFAMOn . Valparaiso, Chili, the Scene of Blood Strife. Ebery wd Destruction of Property. 8TSUCS TOWN IS THE STREETS. Doon Smashed in and Wicdowi BrokuB by Infuriated Stnker-Sv- ne of Tsrror. Pamwa. Sept J A letter from V.tl. pataisn. Chili, gives an acim.ut of rot ing that charai ten'.! I In- - r rent .trike there It xi'iiK that the latmrlimen at stevedore struck in the. mortcmf an" M'0 compelled th workmen in the custom liou-- e to t et lllur Thw striker demanded payment iaioin. not in notes and thi dunand raueed ih dour of the custom hoiis.. i he rimed. I hi step wa pr.inipt'r followed hy (f to" lni-t- n Intl..' throughout the city. The inker then formed mob and visited e oral uinuf.. iir itig i si.ibitimcut. doing ninth age A nuiiibcr of iitien appealed lo tli4 authoiitie to a. t, hut they r'm.io'! p.tsMp for ert.l bour. during widett Holing and plvmlering (t"ing "U. I'indlv. after eighty nicu I,.! Iwtt woiiiolet ami l rl kilh .l Ihr author, llie Hetermito'd to riul out tnititnry ph kels and d lend llu pillihc olUcfr. ly lhi tin.' the mob. which divide! lit t tlll'rC sections, W is liiistly cng igxd in pluadefiog aud li Proving llie tnr- - I t the slifet not isili-- tn tho itiorniiig. cnuipellmg the orl men in all pl.ir tuipiil, ami liliting wtoTe r'sistni-- Wnsoffelrd At a bakei v In oim trrl wpK mn were pounded The bakery and etal adjuMiiiig stole er rki rift-all-a pn ket of mildier apH.trm and asked the plunderer t.i NitlulraW- A tlirv did tint do r, thi .l'liei with-il- l l' Similar i Pii erp at thu ani Imi being enai ti d in other ipiartor uf h v rtie railroad hop wero rm-- plcli'ly deslfiyid well the factors lis i it I lit ti 1 and their ctinteul throw n into the m a S lule II e imili w a tgi-- In sack' Ing the National Ineyele fjelnry a pi' k-- airited. ami the men not rirfiriug, opened Hit', killing flie of the riot! nud woiimbiitr four other. Hv Itn lime, bnwret.-r- . the niimlM-ri-- d at leant III IS and lilinuh reM4te.ll rhitt'ffed by llin polu whu ritipltVm alui-s- , it atood Us ground, itlt Mnn gt sonte tn til v rif Iu were kllitet and seriously wnundi d Viewed (rnttl the the eeu flr Ihe hill was hotrilile. a I lie puln e wrim eeti, sabres in hand, charging '.ere and three, Th m iilnml im truit' anee and wounded llit poUi einen, hi order w vt leiiipolai tly rt stnreil wltn the assistance ol rrinfon emenls and I f slallonlng another enmpaiiy of rtillri ne-i- r thn tnllwar statioii Hv 3 p ni the mult had dispersed the ilnnkilig sli.ijt Al Ihe tim til" lolegomg si em were being Pll jcle-- l inauv oiliei ni a itiul tr 1 were lit progrea in olhi r Al p in, hndy of iobr men cHargntl oil the moli aiel inade live t.risouers Al ( 4ni limn a band of rioier iaed through; Victoria street, smashnig iloors, win. ilow. I imps cie ami i r ing ' e' Pill.ue' ' Thi'V plilliiliTt'd tn-t-lioiisis, and I lien w.t imt a single sot-du- r there I lining tin nlglil tlie street were put lulled ti v irmip. At,i J "ii p tn tataliv piiknia md seti-ra- i h.ni in Die Ainfulri. w her) slore mi ked In CofiWil slreel Hit' moli fttlai ked some Jewelry stores Hie po ket nrrited afi.er ail , wasoo r Al II Ml p rn. train arrltwl w nil a b ttl ilmii, i ominafuled by Gen-eral Viildit iesi, and llhe.jleittV corii of Vki strong he lulnitd.-n- t and coiiiiiiatnli-- of the poller hail most tiuteriiicd with the sinker On lbt hills round Valparaiso nianjf outrage and olilerie hate ctiru-luilte- d A1 S.mttaif'f muew t similar noting occurred at a session of lite dep-tile- s, KILLED IN ARKANSAS. A KopulilU an Canillrtale for Sheriff Slayn His Opponent. LmK Iiikk, Ark., Sept. 2. A special to the Gazette from Conway says: John Mc.Cullough was shot anil instantly killed last night by J. L. Will-iams. The murder took place during the counting of the votes at Conway. McCullough was the demo-cratic candidate for sheriff and Williams was his opponent on the republican ticket. The disturbance arose over the counting of ballots, Williams taking exception to the counting of what to bo fraudulent ballots. The tight was of short duration. Both men drew their revolvers, but Williams was the uiekest and McCullough fell to tho Hour with a bullet in his body. There is great excitement," and more trouble is looked for. HOW IT WAS UOSE. cineer WITat the Slercy of the Bobber. HE, Ala., SeptS. The Louisville ivi'l'lt) canuouball train last night Id up at Pensacola Junction by who entered the express car gelled the messenger to give contents of the safe. It is not at this tiie the extent of the ng secured the valuables the 5 jumped off and took to the neer Bob Sizer says he was pull-- i and just as his train got under turned around and saw the men near him. Before he could Iiiestinn or look twice two big re-vere in his face. He was then run his train up to Escambia liridge, some miles distant, and on the bridge. There was j left for him to do but v and he did so. The engineer id to get oh his engine. Then tho s directed Sizer to go to the ex-ia- r and force an entrance, a rob-ittin- g a heavy mallet in his hand, .lid so and burst open the car Express Messenger Archie John-t- s standing in his car with pistol nd, but seeing Si.er he lowered The next minute he was ?d and told to lay. down his gun, p obeyed. n the robber, standing in the car compelled the messenger to open ie and hand him all the money, this operation was going on fellow was standing in door cooly looking at lira and firing first to one side of tin and then the other to overawe lingers and the train crew, n he got the. money the robber Sizer to follow him. A man d the way to ' the en-an- d ''made ., Sizer, t pull; rA with a parting shot aud a wild dashed off iu the bushes and was-- ; o sight. A posse has left F'loma-n- d another has left Mobile iu pur- - f the robbers. THREE PERISHED IN THE FLAMES. The AVolloril House at C'oinn, ('eioraito, Dolrovml by Fire. Henvkk, Col., Sept. 2. A Como spe-cial to the Times says: The Wolford house took tire yesterday morning at L40 o'clock, burning the whole build-ing to ashes. The lite caught in room three on tho second floor, which was occupied by an invalid win., It is thought, kicked over a lamp ami started the tire. Although tho department was on hand promptly, the lire was under too great headway to save the building. Three persons were burned lo death, and their remains were found in tho ruins. One has heen identitied as Will-iam Prioer, who ha been employed hy the Western Union Telegraph company as line repairer, but the others are un-known. Some other parties barely escaped, and everything was totally destroyed except some furniture. SWRKTAUY WIMItl'HN M'RI'KINr'.O. MeNn.r the Department Ketelveil o I n nm Hon otlhn Attempted Milliter. NEW YtHIK, Sept. 2. -- According lo the Herald s Washington special, Assis-tant Secretary Wharton was greatly surprised w hen informed of the attempt on Mi.ner's life. " hy, ,we have re-ceived nothing on the subject," said he. "Is it possible thai an attack ha been made upon our minister with intent to take his life? Poor fellow, ho is having a hard time of it. I e shall reeeivo a disimtch from lilm tomorrow giving full details if the report is true." The slate department official are niiNioiisly awaiting a dispatch from Mixncr. A SHIPPING UNION. It Represents a Canltul of Two Hundred and Sixty Million Founds. Lonpon, Sept. 1. The long projected shipping union was formed in London today. Tts avowed object is to deal with labor qucstious throughout the world and especially to resist the tyran-ny of trade unions; to protect employes from terrorism and to gener-ally promote shipping interests. The ohTcial report of the meeting covers several passenger lines and the bulk of the cargo trade were represented at the meeting. The union represents a capi-tal of 200,000,000 pounds. Medlrat Kxauiilier Meet. Tkentos. N. J Sept. 2. (Special. The dtate board of medical examiners recently appointed by Gov. Abbott met today for organization. The hoard is composed as follows: Eclectics Br. Eugene Tiesler, to serve one year; Dr. Norman Welbaelier, for three years, and Dr. A. II. Worth-ingto- n for one vear. Old school Dr. W. P. Watson. 'Dr. W. L. Newell, Dr. Henry S. Wagner. Dr. George W. Brown, and Dr. Hugh C. Hendry. Hereafter persons holding diplomas, even from the best colleges in the land, will be obliged to undergo a rigid ex-amination it they want to practice iu New Jersey. TO EXPLORE ARIZONA AND MEXICO. FrofeMor t.uiiiliolto anil a Cnrpi of Assist-ant to Start on an txplorliig Tour. PuiNf'EI'UN, N. J., Sept. 2. Professor Luniliollo, the Norwegian explorer, famous among geographers by expe-ditions in Australia, is about to explore Lower Xew Mexico and Arizona, under direction of the American Geographical society of Mew York.. About a dozen scientists, nrchorolog-ists- , botaii'sls and aeoologists will ac-company him. The special object of the expedition is to examine the remains of ancient civill.atioa nnti dating, ills said, that of the A.tecs existing princi-pally in Gila vallev in the. northwest part of Arizona. The Yuma and Nava-io- Indians will also bo investigated. SENATOR QUAYJ3UYS A PAPER. The Pittsburg "Chronlcle-TeleKraph- " Pur-chased hy the Republican Leader. Washington, Sept. 2. It is reported that Senator Quay has bought the Pitts-burg Chronicle-Telegraph- . At present there arc seven English dailies pub-lished in Pittsburg. All but one are republican. But one of the six republi-can papers, however, supports Quay's candidate for governor ot Pennsylva-nia, Delamater. Ho has therefore de-cided to purchase tho Chronicle-Telegrap-that he may have more than ono organ in the city. The State Industrial Exposition. Chicago, Sept. 2. (Special. Tim stale industrial exposition which opens this month promises to be one of the most interesting ever held here. Two prizes of $ )00 each are offered by Potter Palmer aud James II. Dole for the best landscape and marine painting Com-peting pictures must have been finished witlrn the last three years, aud the painter must- bo an American citizen. The committee of award will consist of three artists, two from Xew York and one from this city, appointed by the art committee. THE D0CT0H5 HAVE CONE. hlef f Fufh"-- Viiun'i AifcV.Tlo Tell M.iiiie-thin- g AImhiI Them. "Tho doctor liavn come; a talT of eminent medical men are now In lite city," wa the title of an advertiwment wlilcb was prhlleil In tlm daily paper of the city foreteial week Smbii lily and luysteriu'isly the ilm tor who ratnn went aw ay, and w hat became of them no ono knew or seemingly cared, Their abseiicti w as not noticed to any extent, and they would r blunt ly bo forgotten were It "not for the follow ing telegram received by Chief of Police Young tins afternoon: Srtrn i Wah. Kd. 'f Chief of l'..H-e- Unit l.a'iet'iy: Ii u" ire ipi li ol lie r h an I wihi III votif i II V In Jim" lili'I'-- r tmtiiv "f of Kimllsll I'htsli lH" Hmti i.a K Esiso I'nsaw. The (dtief i iictue in furnishing a ilescl lptioll of tlieipicstinualile medlelne men. atnl will send on their record a near a nbtainalile A ntoTKHT TO Til K FIII SIIDKNT. The Widow and children of tirneral liar, runili Waul Itedrei-- . ClTV or Mexico. Sept. 2. -- Following is a cable sent by the widow and chil-dren of Gen. BaiTiuidin to President Harrison: The wife and ehlliln-- or Jose Martin tirot-- st von Willi the anvilest and aorrt.w that our helmed hiis.mtiil Mid lather has heen vlli ly ainsiiili'il on tsui-- :oi Amerh im tit t:iti.l" whan h was found mi let shuimr of the Aun-rli-a-ftait T.iai Ids de. t i was ninnum-imili'i- l hy th ot Uaiilemnl i m due to the .'.flii ial ixi-- in op. rntlon ol Minister MlMier. who the i ii,!u!ti of Hi" In deliver ill' Hi" K"iwntl. Wo protest tiernre von lora-h"- tin savac'e fined llll'l We expect from yll r.niress mid thHl you will demand due repartition for tliemitraitii, f which we hid tin Iticoiisnlalils HE LET 'ER CO. (ialflgher, tn a Drunken Freuiy. Commits Murder asd Kulelde. Sto( KTon, Cab, Sept;-2- . Informa-tion has been received fromSsn Andre of a terrible tragedy at West Point, Calaveras county, Friday night, in which a man named Galaglier shot and fatally wounded his son, nged about ten years, and then committed suicido. Tho tragedy was the result of a lit of drunken frenzy. A FOUR-STOR- BUILDING FALLS. Ten Live "Lost in the Flying Debris and Many Injured. New OitLEANs, La., Sept. 2. The Schwarz building, an immense four story brick building, fell at 10:110 o'clock today. It is reported that ten men arc killed by the falling debris. This is on one of the most crowded thoroughfares of the city. Kridgeport Horse-Kallroa- d Transferred. BitiiwKfoRT, Conn., Sept. 2. Spec-ial. 1 The formal transfer of the Bridge-port horse-railroa- to its new owners was made today. The purchasers of the road are: C. M. Everest, A. G. Gates, W. S. Kimball, A. V. Ruetchford. J. A. Berkley and A. E. , of Kochester, N. Y.;Nathanicl McKce and A. M. Verner of Pittsburg, and S. H. Hubbard and C. A. Hotchkiss of tins city. ' Tlie French Will Not he There. Pauls, Sept 2 No French licet w ill be present at Spez.ia at the launching! of the new Italian war ship at that port. The order for sending a sipiadron to Spczzia to do honor to Kiug Humbert has been countermanded in conse-quence of the dispute regarding the formalities to be observed on that occa-sion. (lautrinalta Slake Concession. Wasiiinutos. Sept. 2. A telegram was received bv the stain department yesterday from Minister Mi.ner, saying ilia! the'Guatemaruin government had acceded to the demand of this govern-ment; that Hollander, the exiled Amer-ican editor, was believed to have re-turned toGuatemaliafor the purpose of tiling up bis pri ate affairs. Mi.ner had heard nothing in regard to Harrunrtia, and said m Ittrther action woiilil tm taken until Mi.ncr's report had been received. A GREAT STRIKE. Journeymen Carpenters Walk Out in Chi. csgo and UulldliiK Tied I p. Chicacio, Sept, 2. A great strike of journeymen carpenters opened this morning. At neitlifr the headquarters of the journeymen nor the bosses was it known to what extent the order to quit work had been obeyed. Annual Meeting of Trades Union Congress. London, Sept. 2. Special. The annual meeting of the trades union congress, known as the "Workmen s Parliament," was held today in Liver-pool. There were 400 delegates repre-senting the trades unions of the country present. Tomorrow the election of a secretary to the parliamentary commit-committe-in place of Mr. Hroadhurs-bel- l resigned, will take place. There are several candidates for the position. A Hlne Grass F.pUoria. Lot isvn.l.K, Ky Sept. 2. At a dance at Hurnsville Saturday, James, Frank and Jesse Hipgins. three brother of bad repute, bud a light with two boys, aired 14 and 10. natntnl Langstoii. lliggins was killed, and Jesse was fa-tally wounded. WEBB ON THE STAND- - entities In the New York Central Tie-U-iv Yoiik, Sept. 2. The state board litnition begun investigations here as to the difficulties existing c New York Central railroad the knights of labor. Third Vice-h'l- it Webb, of the New Y'ork Cen-wa- s the first witness and said mipany had no controversy with uployes. On the evening of Aug-l- i a large number of its employes "id their places had been filled, alleged cause was that seveuty-member- s out of 20,000 had been rged. They were discharged for ' "iiise, hut only seven of these men d to the company for information hy they were discharged. Sub-ill- y a gentleman from another failed and wanted to know why 'n were discharged. The witness "5d to give the reasons. This gen-"- i was Mr. Holland, "a being cross examined by Gen-I'Og- Bryon, Webb said lie had Mged men on reports from '"'is of the secret service 'he company. The charge was unsatisfactory to the service, "gineer named Lee was discharged "satisfactory services. Lee was wrogunt ami insolent, and said he ', l'c UP every wheel between hero wflalo if be did not get some of anderbilt money. Condemned by the Mesu-a- Pre. ClI V ok MKXIco.fvia Galveston, Tex.) Sept. 2. The Mexican prey iiiiaui moiisly condemn the death of General Martin llarriinditt, the Guatemala revo-lutionist claiming that the American captain. Pitts, Miotild not have sur-rendered him. Though the legality of the act is not denied. The Consul Protested In Vain. Paris Sept. 2. Turkish soldiers at Jerusalem have expelled the Francis-can fathers from the city. 1 he I rench consul protested against their expul-sion, but without avail. Condition of Crops in Ireland. Chicago, Sept. 2. A reporter of the Daily News who has been taking a tour of Limerick. Waterford aud part of ( 'oik. gives a deplorable accoutit of the condition of the' crop. He says the blight never before appeared so general and complete. THE TRADES UNION CONCRESS. I'resld.nt Hafkllls' Address an Ilia lht Hour Moelnent. Livuii'oul., Sept At the session nf tin trades union congte today. Mr, Walkiu, preeiilcnt of llm congress, de-livered an address in which he said he Imped Ihul the result of the emigres would eneour.igt! a great Ltlmr rethal. The linie had arrived lo mi urn a j working day of eight hours II- - Hid not think a hill providing lor simli working days should be forced ihrmigh tint house of conimoii immediately, tr-ri speclite of llie wish of the Industrie allected, but lliern wa fin reason w hy an eight hour day should not j be considered immediately to llmst- - or cupatiiui which unini-taknli- lv wanted il. lie adt o 'aled a direct ri presi-nla- - j lion of lalior in pailiaim-n- t j Republican Executive Committee. Sabatooa Sfkisor, N. Y Sept. 2. Special. The soini-aunua- l meeting of the executive committee of the republi-can league of the United States was held todav. There was a good attend-ance. Tlie principal business consisted in completing arrangements for the an-nual meeting of tho republican league which takes place next Thursday. A Finkertos, Itetetle Heaten. Tkibks Hill, X. Y-- , Sept. 2 A Pink-crto- n detective was assaulted and badly beaten near the New York Central sta-tion last night, lie was under tho in-fluence of liquor and w as abusive. Anniversary of the Fall of Sedan. Bkkijs. Sept. the twentieth auDivcrsary of the fall of Sedan is being celebrated all over the country. The knights of the iron cross, in organization composed of ofliecrs who were engaged in the Franco-Ger-ma-war, held a meeting here today, and tonight will close the festivities with a banquet. A Ferry llout Cmiipan)- for Hale. NfcW YollK. Sept. the ussrl and properly of the I'n ion Krrv company wen- - offered for sale by the real rslaln exchange. The capitalists wlm are promoting the, reor-ganization of the company purchased the. properties oflered. and they will also bid in if possible, lite fttrrv fran-chise, which w ill tn put up by the sink-ing fund cominissioiiei'i at auction in November for th live year beginnina next May. The company own seven-teen steam ferry boat now in use. There are also two steel hulled ferry boats being huilt for the company. Mr. Ilollins, who purchased the properly for tho new company, wa formerly president of the Cnion Ferry company. There is an important scheme on foot, if the plan out, in the re organization of the company, the dis-posal of the property and the renewal of the franehi-e- . t CLIPPED AND C0NOCNSED-Th- e .ls nice stilfi r from mnv per ial illsl'.lsi s, lli-- to a loo ril lu.lte ill' I on lish and lice and tf Ihe W4nt of ex. en ise, from indigestion, bol lliey t apfi a great man? hy their ci quisile pi't'siin.il craliliiic J M Gil. I. of Ibiclli lle Ii IS t red pepl'cr stalks ot I ? yi' ir growth. The stalk lor pep'wr U: )fr, and, owing In the rm wit ter wrr pr. I hi iM.rr a't il.ffiugh lh' wiuler and ar t,!l i)l if llolliiug liail-f- l to tiient t.'w y Will l iH'itting this tune nrt yeir .sir Gei.rge rniptn-l- l t. desi rihini llllliv'f the Other msfhl rfentei( guerrilla hanging '" 'h r'ar n( th. governmetit He pronouncrd fh- wor. howet'-r- , -- gorilU." d now be U known at Hie af bk ancestor of our race s.r i.enrge aiiipu-t- U known A the ii.H)l-- . g'.lti!'' its o(- a lie (! in parb intent A writer in tto "sf. I.n. Glof Ilem-nc- nt rejx.ru thtt he h soited lh I.rul.b fii of pafit iStwtn to hap, is to h,ve a pair Of si.p u.ir for each r of paui ui hum the if inneiit iy the iimiHrr o tm neg about a 'r apart a 4 i)i.in' siioubt'.-r- . Try thi. he sv, nl o will onti'-e- i thai the pants never al the ka-- e l.ettud" Burhe suty yer "id. r;4.t in N'-- York on the steumh a f'.tn from P.rerno Tueoliy. and to. it the clerk w hn rraisterd l) r t l! Barge f f?b-e- . tlit b - seari hio for a hubnd h t only tor ( eight tnrhe in helgbt he rUitn t wealthy, and exhibit.. ' to th rl-- rk The wenm .! h had lAveleil nearly arouad the wor!l Iw.king for husband, bat thus far h 4 faiJetl lo find a suiUbi nwte (to a Westero 4 train th4 polled out of A.iBt rerwoUT negro wouiao who hd Jsaid bet far t ChiUauijogi. WhM n the eiij.klrta) nflhertty her iwerittr'ft ve reat rT hat in blow a throtl a windnw. g fumpstkl op and tuUe4 the tseil oorl. Thr train atopp"!. and when the eo. dui tf mbel into the com:h h aisT Ih woman disaptteariiig thrmjgti th ctptu ilwr While this wiuns ehsyttnif her tra hal - the meadow r6 tf sim aaiictl OQlAkd icit bc&Iksi. Heat In Russia. St. Petfiisbi iio. Sept. ".The in-tense heat which now prevails in Rus-sia has caused recently heavy destruc-tion by fire. The loss from this cause is estimated at 500.000 roubles. ITHE COLORED CUABOS DISARMED, j Troiihle fiver the l.ltlle Km a r.l ll Is rearad lh ( aunt niii Sr. Lou. Mo . Sept. 2 Litile Kock. Ark . c'.rfeP"ii''f"t of th Pust j j Ihspatch teb graph that the coiinting f of the vote in the Third ward is not yt j I completed and there are fi ats of I trouble. The vote frttii town- - i. hip wa briiuhi in ll nufnt iruariled by anm-- flieii. I lie ( ap.lol ( ity gimrd-- , Iroluied.l were ili.band' d this iiiorning and Adjutant General Kiiiflami look charg- - of their' arm. This was 'lone liecsu , it wa riinmred that the arm night le lled lo make trouble The returns fr"!H lh election ai. n.iniug in .owv A large vole wa trfilled and; soter'al slaty nmsl elap'e before jniS f J turn ran U; obtained To Relieve Destitute In Oklahoma. Washisoto. Sept. 3 The presi-de- nt yesterday afternoon approved the joint resolution making an appropria-tion for the relief of the destitute iu Oklahoma. . Annual Meeting of the Typothetes. Boston, Sept. 2. Special. The annual meeting of the United Typo-thetf- f of America began this morning. There is a larger attendant:? than at former conventions, and the proceed-ings are of more than ordinary interest to the members. LOST AT SEA. "fun Steamers Meet With Disaster on the Briny Deep. v' Francisco, Sept. 2. Captain '' of tne ship V. B. Godfrey" he spoke to the bark "Henry ' days from New Castle N. S. '"'end hundred miles off New :n'l coast. She jas flying sig-- , f distress and Captain Miller le "Buck" signalled that she 'n dismantled by 'a hurricane. the crew had been on short ra-m- r several dav.s and begged for "s- - Captain Noble attempted to " small boat but she was stove the waves. Ho was unable there-to render auy assistance. The k js now out, ninety davs from ,","lle aud nothing more has been 'rum her. It is thought she has ln- She was loaded with coal arriedabig crew. CONGRESSIONAL. SENATE. Washington", Sept. 2.-- Mr. Kvarts presented resolutions for tho Buflalo merchants' exchange favoring a recip-rocity,' not onlv with nations to the south but also with those ou the. north. The house bill in relation to lotteries was reported from the pustofhee committee and Pla'""' 00 the calendar with notification that he would ask its con-sideration bv Sawyer tariff hill as soon as the P The tariff hill was then taken up and the sugar schedule considered. .Mr. ('arlis e gave notice that he would move relative to to strike out all paragraphs suirar bounties. Sir Hale offered a reciprocity amend-ment of which he had given notice on thelMhof June. He addressed the senate upon the de-sirability of such an interchange ot j.ro-riiic-as the amendment proposed He aid it had been a subject winch had rise to the clost- -t and had resulted m Itive ami pertinent suggestions duriue the last thiity jiars. it had hcen in effect a grad-ual Wherever trade i h falling off of Amencan rfcondiis with the gtc, Kcopie oi esirh: dofczTDnited iftrate AH dinghelatc congress, Mr. Hale said it proved were aiso o . he s nfolpart ifnrthe pr"eedfngs of That rneres and that they pointed to ()e cnd. an increase in n6e heCnited-State- s . and these between deratjons hlrh pCf1 ,i ,o ai. extension of trade andn.-cr':- d . the nations of Central and Spanish maim d b Senator C,L loaay provides that hereafter circulating no na!L0nunliS ni. o "v is Pivcn national 'loloaniuouey-o-n real estate. j fresh Cases of Cholera. Cairo, Sept. 2. Since Tuesday last there have forty eight fresh cases of cholera in Fleer and eighteen, deaths. Welcomed by the Mayor. Pfnvkk, Colo., Sept. annual convention of the railway mail service mutual benefit association oegan today. Mayor Londoner wel-comed the delegates to the City. The convention will be in session several days. i The r luanre am ml I tea Keports. Nl.w YoKK, Sept. --Th report of the ri.inmiti"" on linaiief of ahteruii'ii wa presented to the itoard today. Th lomiuince advised an tn- - i crease of the la rale from. I !HI to l."t percent. The present ass.-- ed valua tmn of property in this county i WM) 97 h ?,') and the aggregate amount '" j m raised for thi year erprose i j Ai IK) I 137 T he cmnmiltee there I' fore recommeiiflen an increase ... .i amonot bv the addition of 1710. j7 Who guard aifatnst pos-ibl- e caused by inolveiicic. discount for prompt payment, error in valuation, etc. The amount of the asst-t- ed valua-- i tions of the personal estate of corpora-tion, exempt from state taxation is 71.237. .V.'!. New Vork Money and moeks. Nr.w Yokk, Sept. 2 Noon. Stocks dull but firm. Monev easy. 2. Bar silver. i.l9! lours coupons. 251 : Paciha sixes , I Central Pacific. Burlington i, j Denver Piio Grande 21j; North-- j ern Pacific, preferred ': j Northwestern. 110,. New York Central. 7- Oregon Navigation 9; Transconti-nental, 4H; Pacific Mail, ',; Rock Is-land fi". St. Louis San Kranci'co. U; St Paul & Omaha.31 j .Texas Pacilie, Union Pacific, 62T'- w,,s- Fargo Ex-- ' press, 40; Western Union, W. Volunteers Hold a Reunion. Yonker. N.Y., Sept. A bout 4isi members of the irtath regi-ment New York volunteers. hich was transformed into the h heavv arti held a reunion today in their old barracks on Park street. l eagna ef Maal Ta Clntx j New Yon, Spt. 2 At todav'! Itiieetiug of Iti" single UX rnDvent!on, j wa lormsUv ora.nifd "" ' V tional IKie Ta ' ClulMl of th I mted Mat j 1 h committee on piaifonn and re.- - ; lotion. H'-or- liwirge. , went into -- ion, but will "t report uaul tomorrow iiieetlug fate of the Captain. Sept. 2. The British ;Jyr enrtneuse. Captain Hews, from of August 17th, for Para and id" 9 0,1ndered near Anegada critish West Indies. Nineteen i 1 ruv are known t0 nave been i,h.e captain. - first and third chief ensineer, two stewards, "am, carpeiiter and a fireman and mn are missing. And o 1hy Married. Lontjov, 3ept marriaee or Arthur Stanley Grove, vouugest son of Sir George Grove, to Miss Morrison Folkestone, was solem-nized today at St. Mathia. Earls comt. Arrivast Owl. j ! BurM.RMv... fs. pt i -- Arrived in j 'day. lender, from Nrw York. Moved r a Xoteh. Lostthix. Sept. Dowager Ladv Churchill today Lady Southampton, as ladyin-wait-in- g on tie Queen. Chleaco Maraeta. ChicaJO. Sept 2 Close Wheat-Fi- rm; cash, vl r2i IVcemlr. II 0I rtl.(J; May, HWH 0L Cons Steady; cash, 4'd; Octnber, 4i; Mav. 4il. v; cah, 8"t; October, .T4; ' May, m- IUra.KT Stady;cah, . t. Pork Dull. ch, 810; October, $10.10, January. 12 LaBrt Slow , ra-- h. M bl; O tvocr, I6.:J0, January. W'Ak'e. I Vetordar ailver farehasea. WAsliK'fT-i- . Sept. 2 Tlie amount of silver offered to the trea-or- y dt p irt merit veslerday 1.215 .Vfl ounce, The were 12.800 ounce at ft 1i and 13.",0o ounce al II li. f'T I.VI.VsiinalL The total am'ont d in August l'llh, the dale; when the preeenl law went into effect, is 3 a"4 ounce, leaving bol Wi oWl fiiinee to I ptirrhascd between nor aud the 13th inaU ' 1 H Robbed Hit Betrothed. V5as City. Sept. 2. Robert P. i '? ln the countv jail on the 'hi I !I?nd lareen v. 'September 1 , took and a diamond ring U'.ss 1 eari jrost of thig citv to ' e 'as engaged to be married. riPPrared- - He was indicted and M'l l located in Chicago. Dep-arh- Hersoa brought him to ,"ty. Miss Frost has since mar-- 1 aicer man. aba lias-er- (lias. Dry On"i ' Uxaf-i- l - I understand Ski(7gi B Iwen gtn l,nM rtB h ,B' BMll euternm nt W hal a it, do you j Cuitiue Xloj, J tctijrvt, Arrived In- - Nf.w Y'okk. Sept. 2 --Arrived totlay. the steamer Furnes!a' from Glasgow; CatanU from Uawburs, .