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jT SALT' --LAKE TIMES. ' -- - "SALT LAKR CITV. TTTAH. TIll-NlM- .in, v a ,, NO. !7. . It.DMtAI. II VI I (IK Jltl tl l. Review (4 lh Untitles Tnnurlxl hf I nrle nam' Servant. t Coiumivsioncr Greewtian' decision in lit Hyde wiino bribery cao was itI (or o'clock thi afternoon, j Commissioner Norrvll today dis-- ' i barged .lolin Davis, thesoldieraccUM'd of Inking money from a letter not lo him. the cvidcnco being in-sufficient lo convict. In the district court today flu' motion fur roliiliitii)ii in the casoofG. W ; Kinney against II S. Laney w a denied j lut it motion for stay of" proceedings was sustained. The account of Cnininissiniier Nor-r- e II and Pratt were approved. John T. Ilm-kl- Hint ('. O. Elia-sO-were mlmitteil to citizenship. C. Isabella McF-idca- Wit granted a divorce from her husband, lKmatd, the latter failing to appear. ! ' " "XCIaTckISLs. uioralinvd (Stat. ,L"' lie National passed which will bj proiinihatol! si do fncl,onlnK t!l" win: on o .ni six months. The '"""jJ UicrehanU. and a niK nTia'UMl. VI""' H iinaneo n h, ,'... mimstcr a5"1 the o n ion ! !f,,v.,,r"u'"'" " no v Tvn,sorl,,,B t,J .V ?i eop e w,U I10t Kuv,'ninet the t c. ,SCI1 - Ssi le'hv 1UV Xll'i,,nal b:ink Kre f ,1 T ,,rr'nt "''""oiate ', ! ,0 tho liSuhlfaef WlU Prob"bl' 'cd to i Total Alwt:atDce Meet to j Advauca the Cusu of Tefcperanca and lupaifcfs, ' prohibition among the oimss Order of Elks' Couveutlca - Ce'.o.td Cat! j olirs iu Conolav-Me- thg of Stava j Makers-Ot- her Orgwiatkwr. Ml'. VKliM.N", O.. July 8. (special. Ihe state onuventiou of the Catholic total abstinence union of Ohio Iiegau j today with the .resident lt" William MoMahon of Cleveland iu the chair. I'iie morning's iroceertiujfs were opened with the veichration of hiph mass ami an address of welcome to the delegates whose work was cordially commended. The report of the secretary which was read after the chairman's address stated that tho uuiou emhraecd fifty-fou- r societies, all of which had a mem-bership (,f over 10,(10(1 and that it wu. Blowing in intlueueo as well as numer-ical .strength. J A W.VKMNCi TO OTHUIH. j Mow American Workmen Are Trrul.il In I Irntral Amcrlm. j Nkw (1i;i.ea, July !.y The steam-- j ship MorsearrKed here today Iwiih SC4 passenger aboard. The MofM-- , w hich is from Central Americn. reached the itiaramiue sfatiuu tin vs ai;o w ith lti of her 2t!2 paei;rei sick. A death had occurred at L'lilla'on board tho stesmship Oleri, from which the pasemcrs w ere taken, which was as suspicious. ai.d four more at iinraillue. A counnittee of experts visited the tel today to determine whether the disea.se from which the paspeniers were mifl'orttij; was conta-gious or not. The doctors found 10:1 of the passeuirers sick frtMumalan.il am) billions fevers and dysentery, and that the live deaths had all orciirred from the same diseitse. There lifting no con-tagious disease a mom: thnui. tho pas-sengers were accordingly allowed to disembark. They are AnWu-kii- s from all parts of the country w ho Went ilosvu to Central America in April to work on banana plantations at l. icetc. in Hon-duras. Most of them were uiiuc!i-inate-and suffered severely from the diseases of the country. They say further that they were very harshly and badly" treated; thai their food was' wretched and insuliicicut; that tho quarter were w it limit Jlooritig or roof, and no beds were provided lor the men, and thai after working three mouths many of them found themselves in debt to their employers. Ten of the party died from debility. Many of the men taken from the vessel today were in a very bad condition, so wasted and weak that thev had to be earned ashore. They were very indignant at the owner of the fruit plantation on w hich they worked and tho employment ollic'o w hich sent them to Central America. Colored Catliolli s. t'lNClNsvix Juiv S. rsneeiul 1 congress nf colored Catholics met today tiie .i 'T'T' i."sli;"" attached to with the approval of Cardinal (iibbons, Archbishop Elder '"'.1 l ishops Maes and Cluiturd. Tho onjpct.of the congress is to emitimm t ho work of the last congress held in Wah-- , iiifftou last Januarj', and to take inlo ".iSHleratiou the great: work of Canli-na- i Lavigeuc. iu his efforts to abopsh tno African slave trado. Thousands iu Attendance at the Supremo Lodge of tha World lit Milwarkeo. A TKOCESSION THREE MILES LONG , Twelve Thousand Uniformed Kuights ou Tou aud Two Thousand oa ' Horseback. .MilWAlKfK, July Special. There are many interesting feature in today's programme "f the Knights of I'ythias. At il o'clock the officer and members of the supreme lodge assem-bled nt the J'lankington house, and were escorted by a di isuoi M the uni-form rank to the exposition building. Tho auditorium of this mammoth struc-ture has a capacity of scaling 1,1.000 people, and every seat was occupied wheu tho reception to the grand lodge In'gan at 10 o'clock. Addresses of wel-come will be delivered on the part of Wisconsin by (iov. V.1. lloard;ou tho part of tho city by Mayor (ieorgo V. l'eck and on the part of the order iu the stale by (irand Chancellor lloskin of Foud-du-l.ne- . These gentlemen who expressed the most kindly greeting to tho delegates and visitor irr tho city, wero responded to by Supremo Chan-- ' cellnr Ward, of Newark, on behalf of the Knights of Pythias. At 11 o'clock, when tho reception closed, tho mem-he-i f the supreme lodge w ere esiorled to tho West hide Turner hall, and be-gan their tirst session. Tho business to be transacted by tho lodge Is mainly tho election of olllcers, (ho adoption of legislation in tho interests of the order, ami the consideration of tho reports of supreme ofllcials for the past year. Thu movements, exercises and performance of the l'ythiau army under (ieneral Carnahau will begiu" this afternoon. Tho company will move forward on a grand parade over a line of march ex-tending three miles through the princi-pal streets of the city. The column will bo reviewed by the supremo chan-cellor and major general. There will be folly IJ.tKl ) knights in lino, fully equippe'd in their ntliaetive uniforms. Including thu ollicers of tho dhislous and hall a dozen or more mounted di-visions, there will bo nearly 2, out) men ou horseback in tho lino. This will be ono of (ho mo,st iiiagnilieeiit military display ever witnessed in America. Following the parade of the uniform knighlswilleon.ua long procession of lodge members without uniforms. j AMI SKMKINTa. M l Youti-- MOwlrtiU at ! lt I ahe Theater. Mr('aln) ,t Young' operatic min-strels appeared before a fair andietnv at the Salt Lake theater last night, and j will give another pi rfoiiu.inee tins' evening. A programme that contains! some Ic attires of merit was passably rendered, but taking the show as a whole it lack the higher elements of minstrelsy. There is too much horse play indulged hi. and the performer iu their zeal to entertain their niidnoi mo altogether too deinonstntln e. Some of t lit-- ti over-d- the Ihing. and in attempting to be funny are simply lire-som- Prince MeCal' ha a charming voice, ami sang "The Flower Hoy's Appeal'' in an an acceptable manner, lbs ten-dering of song iu character are not, hetveter. up to the tandard. Hilly Young might lie considered a clever on the end 1 ho wa less ver-bose, aud would not undertake to hit on local topic In his song. (ieorgo Jackson Is funny at times, but he aim loo forcibly "to be a W hole show In himself," and spoils what otherwise might bo .nee pled a comi-cal. Tho singing could lo Improved upon, the orchestra could bo belter, ami the iokes, w liile containing but little to gray hairs, could be better. Are There Without Kight. Lonuon, July S.-- Tho Turkish gov- ernment has sent a new note to the ljritish government demanding it to fix date upon which Egypt is to be evacuated. British troops are without right ajam occupying that country. iP.UJI.VN ritOIIUMTIOMSTS. There Are Not Mhiijt of Theui Itut They Are Hnrnem. Ol'K-.voo- , July 8. Special. The tirst annual mooting of the National (iornian-Aiiierica- prohibition league w is held today at Nil La Salie street. The attendance was limited but ttiere was a good deal of earnestness iu the work on hand displayed bythedeie-gate- s present. The leauo w as organ-ized last January and lis object is to federate and combine the German-America-prohibitionists of tho United Slates for the purpose of becoming mu-tually helpful and well titled for active educational work, iu creating among German-American- s a sentiment in favor of total abstinence aud of the legal prohibition of the manufacture and sale of intoxicating drinks. Will Hold His Job. liERUX, July 8. The North German Gazette says: Though Harou Wiss-man- n is ill and requires rest he w ill not resign his position as Imperial German commissioner to East Africa. The ExcUnge Ajotin'i Atreptlj U Prink to Grandpa Lutt'i ' Hra'.th. iBOSISESS 13 BRIGHTTinSS CP. t A Letter Trum as Indian TDrritory Coai and Eailway Companj --A Big ' L.vnd IWL The call meeting of ihe Keal KsUI Fvchaitge was well attended lhi morn-hi- ! . t l Alien akei for ;i hou. of about live rtviiiis. within eay reach of the citv. The memiierH of the all seemed li.tppv ami say thai there ha be-- a big r- - n vl of iuterl ill real estalo stin e tlte Kooi'lh of July. The liieetilti of the eveb.mire , however. Very short. lYcsl.letit llt auiiooiieed Ihiit he tin Into ttiltif gr.indi.iiher. ami invoked te nhol o(4 on the sireujjttl of ht Hew dignity. A motion to adjourn i at oiu-- tis.tde and on led without dis senliiisf Voiee. I'.eek. Mfphen tt Kcnoeily vesterdsy sold teu ol to thu Chainix rlain addi-tion. A kmc Vb.t t tm an 4 tntm. Jveri-bir- Moiitgonierv. of the re.I t'Male evehsite, to. IV ri-.'iv- tile fob lortltig letter Ir.on a i. iil ,iol rjilwav eoitip.tnv in liotun lerriiory Ueal I'.state Kvehnitge, i;i,n mrv I hate untie, d your ron.t In It.ai k Ibamoud anil would ''MU;y for more Information r gnbtig c.kI and llou deposits In your tei rilorv I would he oti to form a company to d. velop any coal lertliory which yon m.iv have ready; Iteing nimlil'ed t uwrtn tentl and oen tip any ork ol aov loagniliide. either f r a or pni ate company. lHlertet la tar Lan.ta. Tin' following letter which re-ceived t,y (he Sail l.uk" Joiirnil of t omiuerce, to referred to the teal elnto ei halite I.hIjv Ki ttiniK.'iMi. X. J - (livrutiti Will you kindly Inform toe of the fol-low lug- ('an ! boy liitl ai r of land from th Culled Slate got mint nl, and at what pnee per acre! Can I boy, In the nt your city, bind by lh a t for f irming or speculation aud at w hit pin .p., r acre How are city lot .old in the ouukiru o! Salt Luke t oy? f or laiHilla M.tl.o. A ileal I on foot W lib h contpinptale Ihe piehttngn of an evt-nsl- m tla.t n( hind In San Pete roomy fur laud In Chihuahua. Ibviio Mr, Nelson Willi tonight flint t r S,in 'et to look lit tint Imo! there. 'I lie trait fr which they wish to est hug low JJf from Hie Aiuerieait bolder and nlti. lv miles from the citv of t Mhuahna A luilroiol ii on Iieip bnill within ten mile of tin tract. If the fsrtMiilte U llnldit a colony of Morniom ttlil at tmeii levit for that place, a 11 already ir- - rounded by a iinml r of Mormon lleinenlj A Halalorlum aeheane. )r. H. S Smvihit and olhem h pori tlased for .' lm Itie blru k at tlt iimiiIi end eoiit'unittg tlit hoi tnlphur spring, and wici put oi a nril iioriuio to cost iilont f I lie ii.ain btiibbni W ill be llinl'O feel W i'h a reiitml tower Itto stories high, I lo' bui In n u room w ill be lilted up with all niob in pbiiioes The gland t. IiiiiiiIiir pfd will be IOMMS1 l Tin Will It , the largeai In lli eoiuitrv, Thrru wilt also Ik- - I(ii-i,i- u and lurkisli biib I he e.uipinelits ihr.ni-jh.Mi- l ill ! tho bt t aud iiiosl coiivr-io.-i.- t of (heir kind. Livery Stable Keeper Disowns All Knowledge of a Prinoaer Be-ing His Sou, - . - ' JLLIAK EfiOOIS WAS EOBBEB. ie Laaoy Advances an Opinion as to Causes Leading to so Many ' Hold-Up- s, He prolimiuary examiuatiou of J. II. ,;jv, tho Jftiiig man who was 'jrged with attempting to pass a bad 'jfi, occurred this morning at the po-- f court. Mark McKimmins, the liv- - stable man whose name was forged 'endorse!', was one of tho witnesses. This man s:fj s ho is a sou of yours, eiv's that?" inquired Judge Lnuoy. - tVdl. if ho is I dou't know it," Air. Kiminins replied dubiously, ihiiy was bound over to await tlio lion of the grand jury. His boud sfad at $21100. KIIJIIKD FltOM WILMAM BKOUKS. iViiliam Brooks was tho name given a total wreck. .William is a sad ikii:',' speotaclo- -a memory of former Alness. Ho was just recovering ,in the effects of n large, mozam-.-ii-jag which he had picked up iu a lioiy manner somewhere in tho heart ;lie great city. While so employed a rkpnektit hail associated withhiin and ooiitetits of Brooks' pockets aud tho kpocket's person melted into space jollier. William had come down "in one of tho camps to inter dull re - Don't you know that under existing r.uiiisianccs with thieves and hold-i- : nn every block you ought to be id your throat wasn't eilt?" inquired honor. IViiliam replied that he was truly iiicful that tho pillars of Salt Lake riety had not killed him off. Ho went ray singing: "Down In the gravel pit, i the mound. Where the summer sunshine Bakes the pilgrim brown." Til E COLIiT EXPLAINS IT. "To what do you aseribo tho condi- - ii of the town as to pickpockets and Mug arm nieu?'1 Judge Laney was Wll. t'e will have to grin and boar it. tho result of the town's growth, 'itland, Tacoma, San Francisco and iuT cities are sleeping and oiler little Jiicenietit to unwelcome visitors. Salt ko is building new railroads aud do-- other things to attract a flouting ipulatiott which results in crime. That .ine of the effects of too much great-- TliE JCDGK LOOKS UP TIIE LAW. . , Judge Laney is an oniuion giver ;n across tho divide. Yesterday he iimirued thu hearing of a case to learn rmunc of a ship on which some par-ua- r lawbad. come ovet . There was aiesiiim as to whether it came across e ocean in the "Mayflower" or outhe lnat Eastern" or tlie steamer "Kobe i t Lcc." Furthermore it was uueer-ina- s to manner of payment of. pas-;e- . Not a man in all the vast assem-ijt- i of Salt Lake legal talent knew toiler the common law as to master 'letting servant aud vice versa had w across in tho steerage with a lot Mormon converts and a fetid smell whether it had put on frills and had no iu the first cabin aloug with the America baseball club. The facts to whether this law had evatled tho iiilicent protective tariff, had come as eintraet labor or had paid an ad '"rem duty on itself was also un-;- so on the whole, before the ise eared to pass on tho case, of "uimond and Clawson he desired ae to consult the statutes. Their Leader U Heart. Sax Fkaxcisco, July 8 1. D Wig-ginlo-candidate of tho American party for tho presidency iu the.last campaign died at Oakland yesterday. A IIAIIY IMKKllltRV, of a B.Year-Ol- d lior at liullan-aiobi- u . ' Indianapolis, Ind., July 8. Fur two or three weeks tho ptdiee have been puzzled by incendiary tires iu the southern part of tho city. Wednesday Antioch church was mysteriously tired, and a little girl in thu vicinity said that "ho saw a boy, Johnny Hampden, running from the structure just a the bhizu burst out. Investiga-tion satislied tho police that the latlwas the lirobtig, and ho was arrested and brought to the mayor's court on a war-rant charging him w ith the crime. Just before the trial ho confessed to setting Ihe church on tire, ami said that ho hd also fired tho Excelsior works and Flick's livery stable, both of which were burned a short time ago, and sev-eral stables iu the neighborhood. The only reason that ho gave for thus de-stroying property tva.s that lie "wanted to see the tire department horses run." The mayor held him over to the crim-inal court. An Old Democrat is Dead. Gkneva, 111., July 8. James Har-rington, tho best known representative of the democratic party iu Illinois, died here last evening. Won the Portland Stakes. London, July 8. Orvioto won the Portland stakes at Leicester today, Peter Fiowcr second, Reverend third. STAVK MAM I ALII KKI1S JIKET. An AsMii'iation Formed and An Ailianee In I'rlue Considered. Eai; Ci.aihk, Wis., July 8Spe-eial- . About forty Wiuconsln and Min-nesota stave mauufactuiers was held here today for the purpose of forming an association. A proposition was sub-mitted to increase the price of staves one cent and of headings half a cent. The meeting w as not favorably disposed toward it at tirst, as an advance took place last month, and it was thought there was no immediate demand for an-other increase nt present. A llli; Corporation. New Yokk, July 8. Another s company was incorporated in Newark yesterday. It is called ihe Compatlia Mctalurglca Mexicans, and its objects are to have places of busi-ness iu Newark, Jersey ( 'ity, New York, Mexico and Tevax, lo'siCclr and reline silver antl other iiiinwrtls.iraneMortaud store coal and w ater, and deal iu ami hold real estate. The capital is fixed at sM. 000,000. of which $10,000 nre paid iu. Tlio incorporator urn Hubert II. Newark: K. S. Tow no. Kansas Citv; A. F. Higabis, Greenwich, Conn.; E. M. Shepard, lirooklyn, and N. With-eral- l, V. H Tighbuan and Charles J. Nourse of this city. Their Twenty-Kecon- d Annual. NoKWicll, Conn., July 8. Special. 'lhe twenty second annual mooting of the American Philological association began today iu Slater Memorial, hall. A number of very Interesting 'papers were rend and discussed alter the rou-tine business had been disposed of. This evening tho president of the asso-ciation, Professor Charles H. Uoumnn, of Harvard university, will deliver his annual address in The large audience room of the hall. It 1111 u Hon. Win. King, of I'j ovo, la at the White Utilise. A. Iliiuaiicr ha jut relumed from a trip to Sail Francisco, Mrs. II. (' Wallace left for Alta (hi morning, wl.elo alio will spend Ihe iiinmrr. Judge McKay and wife havn gone east In the hope dial, tho trip w ill bene-fit Mrs. McKay's health. Wm. H. Hoghe, of KnunUh Fork, and C. A. King, of Grand Jtiucilou, are registered at the Cullen. Waller Jaine nud W. V. Snyder, of Frisco, arc at tho While llouo" They are two voting men who have made a sneces of mining and own one of tho richest claims In that district, Ed. Ilvams, a brother of City Re-corder llyaiu. is In thotslty. u San Francisco clothing lioino und I pleawtd wttn Salt Lake, I h it ha will start a branch housu burn. , II. Wadsworth. formerly rahler of Well, Fargo tSt Co', bank In Ihnclly, ami now manager of the same llrm banking house iu San Fntneisco, i In Ihe city, llo I accompanied by W. I', Good and George E, Gray. John 'Iroesbeck ami family left for Molilalia last night to spend everal mouth ill iuurl;i Creek guleh. Mr. Groi'itbeck Is one of the largest stock-holder In the Mioula placer mine, which I located at Unit plai-e- . Clerk Karri, of ihe Continental ho lei, left last owning for a short vaen llou. I b in or will be his lii st i"ipplng point. Just before he left the einplvee j of Ihe hotel pretended him with a pnle eonlaining I7.1 a a testimonial of their cslcem. William Ltiphittn, fornieilv clerk at the Contineiii.il, will occupy j Mr. Karris' place until hi return. Leo Frdmait and J P. Meyi rs, of;j Horny, Colorado, came oter on the j eal'liivnl fveutslou nod after looking ' over Ogdeii and Sa!l l.nke City, tin-- ' cided to (orate here, 'I hey h.tt e pill chased the Saer.inimlo bakery arid res jj laiiraul, No. i0 West Second S niih a id will improve and remoilie Hie pi ice. j ' Jt Will lie opened C;illv III A'CglLl J'hev leave for I bir.tv lonilfbt lo settle nil 'their affair there and will r tin n about Ihe lirt of iievl month. Tliey Met Just the Name. CLKVKr.A.vn. July 8. Special. 1 The grand lodge of the' B. P. O. of Elks met hero todav. notwithstanding the efforts of a New York lodge to prevent them doing so. The exalted grand ruler, Simon Quinlan, has suspended the New York lodge, and his action will no doubt be approved by tho grand lodge. IT IN NAHI.V NKKIIKII. An Important Miller For the City Cotnn-1- to Couaider. A matter which is to eoino before tho council tonight U the proposition of the Gayoor Electric company of Lmu.sville. Ky., to place a police alarm aystem In Salt Lake. This is sonietliing which, according to Marshal Young, Is sadly needed. Tho elllcicnoy of the police department, the marshal believes, would be greatly enhanced by tho em-ployment of a patrol system obviating the delay antl confusion now experi-enced in relying on telephone. Horace Moore, tho local agent of the company, ha been working wilh the council for sintie time anil expert tonight to see the thing go through. Mr. Moore, ex-plained lo ti reporter today tho work-ings of tho system, The principal Instruments are this register, tapper antl box, ho forming beihg an indicator of the want of Ihe signaller. There are seven keys In each box connecting with this register. These keys nre termed npceiul calls and by pressing one the tdlieo is in- - formed that tho patrol wagon Is needed. No. 'i give Intelligence of a riot and enables the captain to govern tho size of tho iquad lo be sent. Thn third key calls for the ambulance, thi being em-ployed iu cases of injuries sustained by parties. The orllccr aro expected lo report ut certain Interval, und by pushing (he fourth key it is shown that the man is ready for duly. Tho fifth is a test key lo be. used in ascertaining the condition of Ihe circuit. The telephone is called by means of Ihe sixth key. There is a telephone box in each patrol box and tint use of the key mentioned throws the lell telephone on Iho circuit. Tho last key establishes a telegraph circuit. Ity ti code of siguals mutually undcrslond the ollieer ami operators may commu-nicate in a more secret form. '1 he lel- - cgruph, teletdione and tct keys loay not be employed at tirst. bill anollo-- r eric of throe calls may be put in in their stead a Ihe wants of Ihe local de-partment limy d.r et. The other four are slaplr cabs aud will be permanent. The kev lit either patrol or lire alarm box, thus obviating thn in'cesily of car-- ; rvingmore than one. 'l l o box aro o arranged that a citi.en' alarm may also be turned in but llii aebeme per-- i mils the outsider In (urn in a police alarm alone. He is not accorded an opportunity of tinkering wilh the mechanism, a small door in Ihe cenler alone opening to his key and dieloing a handle bv pulling which iho alarm is Hounded! There i but one keyhole necessary, ihe policeman' eoliipiebeii. ite system appearing Kt the applica-tion of Ihe key of tho latter to this same keyhole. ' Heretofore policemen have la-e-obliged lo rely ou telephone alone lo make calls for assistance. An instant' work on tho box aintwer much betler j and i much more readily understood j ilhau that of lite or ten miniiie in ihe old w av. Iu the vicinity of every box ( resident are upplied with key. In ,rjise. of burglary or any other crime th j citizen ba bill 'logo to the box and will no longer he obliged totrafedthe rnlire ilislanee to the ulion or Dearth for aeveral minute for a telephone, All this i the oi k of the register. The t..pper i a large gong hieh by tinging simultaneously wilh the work-- ! lug of the register notilic the ojx-ral-slioiibl In- - lie outside the office, n to the of the box by it iiumtier. 'Tic alt enables the drher of the lo ar set oral eeondat a lime when iiioineiiis.tre valuable. An auto- - .tatie m .rker wh ' h mar pot in at ai.v time, will indicate the year, month, j (J iv. hour, uiitiu'e and cciid of cari . alaiiu. lies indialor. previoony. tie. ken of, work ia cvnuoon with the gong. i A Kick Against Hteaiu Presses. t Washington. 1. C. July 8. Consid-erable dissatisfaction is expressed among tho plate printers onmlnyed at the bureau of engraving ;ind printing over the attempt lo restore the steam presses to that establishment. The plate printers have a committee at Iho capital every day to keep a close watch on the agents of the American Hank Note company, which, it is alleged, is trying to will the right to use the steutii press lo tho United States. It i re-potted that the steam press saved Iho government $:)) per 'lay, nod wh'ii the report of Capt.Mercdii.il, tho chief of" the bureau, is forwarded lo the senate it is more I ban probable that, the hand-- 1 press will have tu go. MOKN1NU Ttl.liGKA.ns CONDENSED. It is charged that negro laborers are kopt in bondage aud treated with cru-elty in Arkansas. General Early ami-Majo- Laeey quar-reled at Fredericksburg, Va., over tho late Mahouo campaign, and the trouble will probably be settled on the lield of honor. The mother of Lieut. William 11. Gushing, who in 18ii() blew up tho rebel ram Albcrmarle at l'lymoth, N. C, is said to be dependent on charity at Ban gor. Me. '. Col. McCarthy, the undefeated 114 pounds pugilist, will light George Ilixou the colored listic hero, for a purse of $5.0UU in tho rooms of tho Pelican club, London, shortly. N. F. Adair, a boy, has delivered him-self over to the Omaha police for the killing with a shotgun of another youth by tho name of Johnnie llamerneck. 'Ihe prisoner claims the shooting was accidental. The body of Lavinia Merli, who was believed to have died in a hysteric tit, was placed in a vault at Wiesbaden, Germany. On Saturday tho body was found completely turned in the casket, ami the startling discovery was made that the supposed dead woman had given birth to a child, w hich was, of course, dead. Mrs. Harrison has been heard from over the acceptance of that present of a cottage at Capo May. She says: "Its acceptance seemed to me to bo the best thing which could be done. None of the gentlemen concerned could hav e any object other than the courtesy of making us comfortable As far as their names aro know n, none of them seek office. It does not involve the presidcut in any money-makin- for his personal benefit. How others may be benefited docs not concern us. Wilh the report from London of famine come horrible stories of canni-balism, which is on the increase. It was reported not long ago that Ihe dead were being eaten by tho fam-ished survivors, but the present ad-vices represent matters as still worse. It is now asserted that large numbers of men, women and children are delib-erately put to death that they may serve 'as food for their frenzied Relief has been extended to these unhappy people as far a possi-ble but not sufficiently to allay the tor ribie suffering in the interior settle-ments, w hich are beyond reach. Local Freight AitenU Meet. Detroit.. Mich., July 8. Special. The national convention of local freight agents was called-t- order this morning by the presidcut, F. C. Nicholas of Chi-cago. There arc several important subjects to be considered by tlio con-vention. OX 'CHANGE. Today wa a HlR Day and Sal" Afrjre-tH.SO- O Sharer. This was a big day on the exchange. Tho bidding was spirited anil I'J.NOO shares changed bauds. The opening and closing bids were as follows: TOHAY'8 fLOSING gfoTATloXS: o sir s Stocks. g 5 j r i Alire S S) f S HI It 7S t 3 Anchor ' M" "" Alliance ; I J ' 'f' i Apex ' ,! "J Harnesrinlphur' H 11 j W-s- ,::" llljr Camas i...... ...... ..; . int EnreUa....! n ! ' J tt j " j l,Hv W ) sl." -- i :: ; ;rtaht)ii(v,....!- - --'i - -' ! k i7 WoodJiWa.. 1 SAI.KS. Alliaare. MIO shares l Miex :MOsh ires l.t. I!.., and 9t rent. iiinies Snli'hiir. Sf) Hiaiv- - Cr ! icals. ( hji share ; 5'n:s. !alad " share H 'eiils. (ileiieoe. rmi shares ) Hi ivi.t.-- . Northern S-- lix shares t f 1 it. ftah oil Co.. aim shares fe IS an J 'ii teats. Tutal-ItV- MJ Pliarr. I'XKtLY LONDON POLICEMEN. ulenced to Prison for Assaulting a Supe. rior O nicer. Ioxdox, July 8. The policemen i crc arrested for assaulting supe-- r officers yesterday have been sen-i-t-to fourteen days' imprisonment, e men are weakening. They have organization and il, is not likely f wili attempt to enforce their do-im- is by a general strike. It is proba-- ' however, that further isolated may occur. The constables !l wvrc dismissed for connection J the trouble are petitioning the s for reinstatement. ;"'ox. July 8. Quietness prevails "!iSliotit tlie metropolitan police ruhis morning. None of the in en t'gone on :i strike. Keiiiai'kable Work of l.lghtliln-- . Columbia, S. ('.. July 8 A remark-able freak of lightning was recorded near Martin's Point, in Herkeley coun-i- y Sunday. A negro woman was sit-ing in her house with a d child in her lap. Her husband was standing on the opposite side of the room. A thunder storm was in pro-gress, and a stroke of lightning de-scended upon tho house. The child in its mother' anus was instantly killed, its father severely, perhaps fafilly, shocked, and the "mother was not in- - jured, r eteii shocked by the stroke. The same bolt of lightning killed a ; j workman iu a li"!d near by. j ,V'I01.I.V XVITHOt T FOliDATION. ""'Icaii Itevenite Cutters Will Not He .Attacked. toria, B. C., July 8. The stale i!s in American papers dated Vie-:- i that schooners were arriving here ; :lt Mapl buy for the purpose of re-- iik-c to American revenue cutters oeh ring's sea aro wholly without wation. The sealers generally are "pinion that no seizure? will be this year, aud have gone into ''rng's sea in large numbers. There "nininrs that tho English war cruis-alel- y an-ive- in this port will go '.'Wiring sea for the protection of j " sealers, but this has not beeu armed. . Hacked to Itila. Falls, Wa-sh- July i.-- - l'ot Latch Fannie,' a notorious kloo'chiiian of the Flaibead tribe, was taken to I Missoula. Mnt., to answer the charge iff murdering two prospector. 'I be ' men had camped near Iho dugout oecti- - ! j pied by the s)Uar ami two men. Dor-lug the night they stole upon their tin-- 1 suspecting victim and hacked them to j pieces Willi axes anil knives. The In- - ilian men escaped, ftt;l Fannie was t ranked lo Lewiston, Idaho, w here she was captured bv Deputy Sheriff Huron of assisted by of Po-lice Warren of Spokane Fails. ilnllion Report anil Quotation. Wells. Fargo & Co. report tlio Wlow- - London, 48d. Receipts: Bullion, 81- - M't'OilMCK CO. & Co. report quotations: !l,ud Mf: .silver, 1.04f. Kcceipts, silver aud lead Hanauer bullion. WO O; ores, $11,000; total, SM.o-rO- . I.OISlO I.Vtt l x j Addllhiaal I Ut r f.H l.hnaa Tkil Am tmtnAnq t 1. aalt lk. 'Ho le is no lei Op to blold n2 ! i lion ill lite citv, and on riet v fund j llieil einpb.i ed in i t ' f V bi iio'li of the-bii; hbu; ti id ate m lis ntpbied t oli'l o ti'l hue eng H 'Oh iiIs iiioitths (ahead, and tin aii bite. I ere foerrott jwilhttotk. App.'ii'b iU a list of l.,bl lug and lVr Mt that work h.n l.rrn llpotl atllM. !i lat rttf f 1 iik Tint I, 1 lOef. V r.nf r ei fim t.'ieori Ntlil. ..n.l 1 "."i(t .1 ...-. ....... i a.e I r A ('Si' t .'(( 'r no r a .S or a T. ilr, ,.. 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The Wilt Side Uipi'l Transit emu jiany tobiV ret eited tiooi P, V, .line lion Ihe lilst shipment ol leii ems of cros lie tor llieir line, I Mher Itipiueiit w ill follow tinlil Ihe loail is eomplele lo (ialdcll City, lirijiht'Oi H'ld Kl flor.ido. Ibiv ami cig trelle can-e- il a hie in Itepi'escntlitittJ Caifie' lastet.it i log and Ihe .triiiture was entirely burned.' Mr. Ciine' sertanl girl will eoiiniicliiliilile pie iiee of n.iint. re. leasetl Ibn stock, which would oilier-- ise ha." linen lost. I'lah N'. I and Jordan No H. I ( 0. V. inst illed the follow iug olli"-- r In the onlergiteii lal n'glit- NobicGrarid. M rriednoui, W. K li"v: Vice (.r.utd, . S 8'tiith, J M. T in . I A. II. K'lir. Y.. CalT.-l- ; Treasurer, J. 1. Walter. L (. Nie- l- il. C. H. Itinkli niiiii. a men t.ant of Fort Worth, Texa. died ut III" While li"ti"e on Sunday night, lie the eiiv ou Thiirsibi In apparently the Ii I ".' health but that n'ght bad a erf at-tack of heinerrage. II wife and l.tm ily were ti Icgraphe I for. but ho l when they arrioxt l ist night. The remain w;ll lie hippMl to hi nome (or burial. Deputy ha returned from a trip through the aoulbern (iatt of the territory, where b ha len con-ducting p"'?'P,,",'''t b,,nt- A, fr't deal of game was barged, A George-town Uishop D MfAitbnr, and at oilier; point ti. 1. Woodburr and Gmrz Jan i wM taken, Jme Kornham w--a chased over th r- - ky puin In tha night and on a barebacked and t.ri d ele liOlft for forty mil, unt l he arrived in Nevada, whi he gamed; safety. i Mary Jone, carrying a Ira by ; month, old. apiir-d-al ih tx,U ii lion viliciting fieln from tV- - chief. She had coroe from .Milwatiki and bid re- - , y lost h- -r husband. ty Hw. sh" " ""rlrj hard lo earn enotiati t" lake h t tv!t ; ake t'lly. wb"re her frieiots j lived .Inst Ulftre a!! ra-br- l Omaha j she wa roldd of her hand at he eon-- 1 taininl "t ti. ke! and lb" t Wk lor ; her trunk. Mot ot tu the eotirtr ; c.ninr.sion,,ri l The Club Ha. Not Disbanded. report was current today o flit etfect that the Salt Lake base ball I'oiann d W illi I'lefcletl 1 rnCo. Df.xvKK. July T.A family of four, consisting of Mr. Wilhercll, wifo and two children, were poisoned last night from eating pickled tongue. Tho phy-sician worked over the four all night nud discovered strong indication si arsenical pols ming. There aro hope that all w ill recover except Mr. With-er!!, I who is very low. : Chlraco .Market, j CllK AOO. July 8. Close. Wheat Firm; cash, tit-i- August. Ml; Sept. W ('oiis Steady cash, ; August, 3; September, UTi- - vts Sieat'.y: cash, SS; August, 2. i; s p :nber2.;(ti.i. '' A:.LKV-Sica- dy. i'ui;ii-D- uli; cash, SI!; feptumbor, $1 1 To Lak'o Steady;, caj-h- 3.T7i; Scptctn-- j i ber, 60 0.00s. ; A SLICK GOVERNMEAT. '"ins a Holiday to Prevent a Run on Hanks. ikvideo, July 8. As au abate-"'u- i the financial panic in order to i'tninon the banks, the govern-'.issued a decree makiug yesterday :''lftnal holiday. One million live ""fwl thousaud dollars iu gold is on 37 Hiero from Buenos Ay res. It is "'that upon its arrival the linan-- " Stress will bo relieved. "The - Tailor, Martin Sehn.idt, Mistaken f r a l'i. j SfoKANF. Falls, Wash.. July . l'cler M. Johnson was allot aud killed Siiiitlav night while on hi way homo in j the eastern part of the city. 'The corn- - iier jury lic.ds ihe fatal hot wa tireil J by Wm. II. Cook. ho claims that he ' sliot at a dog. Cook was ci.iu'ni'letl to j jad w ithool bail J CIearinfr House Report-- , T amoiml to Today'sbauk clearings and tno i.i 0,lo CONGRESSIONAIe HOUSI!. ,,AWiXGrox. July. 8. The house ittee on elections disposed of the Mississippi contested election cases, Vi- Catchings from the third dis-- ( Yercham vs. Hooker from ''tth. Tho decision favored the 5 "f the democratic members, .hmand Hooker. ''her-Genei-a- l Benjamin H (i"'l'-:i- " placed on the retired list. w Vork ey mi l st.Hrlc. ' I Xtw Yobk, Julv 8. Noon. Stocks, f intensely dull, and stagnant. ! Money itteti. I ! Bar sHver, 1.01J. . Oue-hai- f fours, coimon. 1.21; I acilic ! i's. 1 .13: central lV.cillc.i : Bun:nglon. j , j) & J' i . JTt; Noilhern Pacilie, ,' a;?- - lWerrcd. Si'; Northwestern. 1.10J: ! Svif York Central. ; On'goii N.tvt-- , i ! Ration. l.tMJ;Tranrw.jrfinent3!. ; :?die Mail. Mi: ' j! j, j Iuis & San ;tl, St. .ml i j k Omaha. - Texas Pac.l.e.22;l nin I Pacific. Ml; Wclis-FarS- " Kxprc-- -, : ( I WestciTJ I niou. st. - riahe- Idslm-atingherjnt-lohio. is said to hat .tl1 of : Wive. They ,,V;iV,trmarrr.l ihcm ,,e country, I 3 l ith:nlhe past tenvears. Hid will if received np to noon, i'lth iu!.. f.,r the ereclion of a synago'tio bu'.!d- - iug. Plan ill'! speciticatioiH end I C seen at H. Monhein:-- . iirehitc l. j" committee ies.-rv- e ;he right l r rl 3tiv or ail bid. " '"lie Baek to tile White Mouse. Suf'N P.AMiil Hot K. cbaimian. j !!'Mav, X. J.. j;,lv 8 -The prei-thi- s morning for Washington.