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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE WfOST EXTENSIVE Jn the Rocky Mountain CfRCULATSON EXCEEDING In tlie City VOL 1S4 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MOKDAT MOBBING JULT 1890 PRICE FIVE i n M T f OPf w UHl I I dfiuiBl ui MOM Monster j us Minnesota ft FEARFUL Two Hundred Persons Reported Killed and Drowned PLEASURE SEEKERS MEET DESTRUCTION A Steamer Txiad of Sftnt to the Bottom Scenes Terror A Jas TiuiuH lluoo With tho v TornadoI rnpOHHiblo to Give the Ninnhcr of Ivillctf ST PAUfi July few moments he fore nciock tlilH which had throalrnlnj a began to collect rogioii of McLarrcui two or of tills city soon taking on roMiry motion Mio appoar uneo of a Hundreds of watchetl tho olontb as they swept togetlier thtdr to iinrlhwosb in whiih dlrVctlon many frhmclH to spend Iho day Jii r tho many llttlo Jiikts scaltorcil over country cycUno developed a torril o Ktorm rr wind to rain uid hall which sot In at and iiJCt WM mialiaUJd fury until nearly At tho latter in Ilio suddenly fdrmelllko MMedgo lio nfi rritivfd with i lacrwork of floecy wliito Mimfllyirift mounter Kitlncil Us full uiinneiicni tif wind suddenly vouiOil oust to south Almost In a twlnk tho gnsnl ouMlko a fan uul Jieross Lako Gorvalso In ll11 Tlie seem alwolutnly bQKgarw description The imVnlKT or Is not known and is no of ascertain ing who wounded aro Thoro must bo from wounrtccl lf llirruMMloiisly but most of thoin slightly have hturn taUun to in varl dtis parts of tho city and no ono has any idea as io who aw Thorn is m system of rclleC Hml ovirybody is at soa as to tho of Ihu casiially It is be lieved howover that six will coventhe nmninjr of killed lnt are several who aro likely tn din A youiiK man dmvn In from Lako Coloman with liifnnnfttluri that at least two persons wen killed and over UK Inluiiul atthat point Ho had boon ont with a ytwiK lady frlnnd and hav UOHO after a to drive homo on his return whore she had standing ho found his Injured by tho storm which had suddenly eoino up on them Otiior reports followed thick and fast luiinp a ilttic worse than what had pru Votho north and of Mie olty there aro luiniher of llttlo lakos which aro lv n nuiltitudo every Sunday and on rhoshoresof thosn many campors puss the nionthsol sunniior Lake ole iiiati Is of Hiose and tho daiuatro ihoro wa very hoavy toller of the KusV National Hank was killed WhMi the storm smirk tho litMo lake tho baotiuvuso was llflod up bodily ami ovoi UUned Iu tho and a hoat loaded with uorsons jjlvon similar treatment Otiior hiilidlnss wirc demolished or badly wreoUod Iho iioint tho oy olonostruck Take Joanna fako Gorvala Take Ntidtmis Littlo anada and passed on about four cust of White Krom Lako GerviLlso the cyclone passed utmost due onst ami It is reported It stiijck a sottlemenl southeaster wator lemollshin it and killing sovoral sons piu lines aro nowovcr ill down iind no dispatches can bo jvot Tho scones at Lako of the storm just after tho storm passed by woro Uolp wai at hand at onco and the wounded and loid wero duir fiom under tlio buildings taken to houses of neighbors and to hospitals and tho dead were all collected in the hotel otMohn Ooleman A majority ot Ylio buildings werellicht frame which were so completely blown to pieces that there really not wrecks under which tho occupants could be butled The feud bodies were found many rods from the houses tloy had owned when living Help was asked fivm White Hear but it wrs impossible to send any physicians nuiuy however went to their aid Half a ambiilames and twice iluit number of went from St Tan I at S oclock to to sulVerers Sevoral of tho dcnd bodies WOIT brought to this city and the olhers will remain at uatll diimcd bv their friends and taken home Tho are doing everything possible under the distTessing clrcminstanoos In curing for the load and alloviat Hif Of the wounded At tho Colcmaii Uouso overy room upstairs and hnvn N tilled with cuts upon which suf are laid and a corps of doctors aroIn seitlng ami amputating limbs dressing wounds Tho blackrobed Sisters of Mercy aro llyluj about and suom to bo luhnlnlsterlnK comfort ssUtJii in tho work of rclioviiigtho iUn and distress A corps of assistants wore kept busy making haiulfiRos tearing grout rolls of linen nnd making It Into trips of requlslto dimensions the doctors put to almost Immediate use In of tho upper rooms thoro wero seven wounded lying on cots tho most of Howi Insensible or under the m lluonco of opiates Tho wounded were IHO in the attic I n fact there was not room to nooomodutoull of thorn and a num ber wore carried to private houses In the noMiborhood It Is believed tho number dt woundod may bo even higher than forty A ood lavs work will bo necessary1 to got anvthlng Uko a correct list of tho dead and wounded It is impossible r nUht Everything Is excitement nnd confusion and ono can hardly toll who was his nextdoor iKilghbor Somo of tbo dead wore horribly mutilated and all hud tholr faces so blackened bo almost iinreuog wriKUB THE OYCOOKE STRUCK The placewhere tho cyclone struck tho eround and cavisod tho loss ot life was on rho shore of Lako Gcrvaiso where J TI ruler of this city had a summer cot and whore Hlnion Good The funnelshaped eloiuV swop d ow on them and demolished mlcr Rev Mr Ihaefler of Urcnnan Tex as ficorge Miller of tho Klrst National Hank or this city Schuriillcrs driver whoso last uiifiiu is nm known The bodies o Mrs Scliiinnlir and her son and Mr Phaeller are not yiit found J H Schurrnicr scalp Hood serious Injury to tJiHWulp Mrs ihaeflcr shoulder broken liunuml not seriously Mrs George Miller injury to hor head Miss Oarrie Millor wouiidwl on ihe liead and shoulders Clark Hanson bruised hip Hoy Good throe Mjsilii wounds and injury to spine Mr tcr and Miss Minitie H is tho cyclone was conliried to a district only lhreo and a half miles ong and that the worst damage was done within tho limits of half a mile A HACK TUB Tho nussengors on tho St Paul and Bn luth train which Whlto Hear at I wero approaching Gladstone when they on servod the cyclone forming arid watched its with interest rather than fear or cx oltcment Not so with tho engineer bow rver Uo saw tho threatening aspect of tho storm and with a startled look to sue 1C Mm road were clear pulled out tno throttle and tho engine leaped forward His judgment and quick action undoubtedly saved the lives of tho train load for tho twisting terrifying dovastntor crossed tho track scarcely more than a mlnuto after the PLANS OF THE MINISTRY The Government Will Dissolve Par liament in the Spring IT HOPES TO PASS THE LAND BILL had boon called for from the stricken district was at once sent to them doctors and other assistance going as tasjC M they conld be taken The bodies of tiioso mentioned wero broughtto tho city this evening and turned over to friends 3IIK LOSS 01 MIB Nows comes from Keeper of boathouse at Lake Koklman who says ho let out this afternoon at least fifteen boats None of Lhiiin hud lufis than two occupants and some three or four Since the 1earfu storm passed over Mm lake no trace of tho boats 01 passengers can be found Still it cannot bo positively stated tonight that these people aro It will be Im possible to find out as to that until tonioi iow Should It be true that they have all gone down It would nwell the reported loss of life at various points to at least fifty His most dinionlb obtain any definite nows tonight is telephone and telegraph IH interrupted Many pco feel certain that tho loss of life will nob exceed ten TWO nuNDinsn nnowNicn luly steamer Soa left Wing this afternoon with 2iO passengers on board bound for Lnlco Oily whore the State encamp ment theSLato militia was in progress AlHimirnl small towns along tho shoro of Lake Iopln enough moro people wore taken on board Io make about JWO When Lie boat runchful its destination a hargo was In tow which carried 100 ot this number Lato this afternoon the party ro embarkodfor homo and was In tho middle of Uioliiko olT Lake City when tho cyclone slruok hern Tho boat became unmanage able at once Tho barge was out loose and an hour drifted to shoro with twenty poopln or board The others TWO IUTNWIKH on nifww wwia Tt Is impossible at Mils timo to give the names hut among tho load arc somo of tho host known and must prominent peopleol Rod Wing and vicinity A mini of bodies havo already washed ashore and the have formed a voliintary poljoo service to patrol shores mid wntoh for others The soaroVi will contlnuo througii tho night Tho storm did jrroafc damago to property In and about LalcoCHLy but no lives wore lost on tho shoro as far as reported Fiftynine Per Cent of the Irish Population Have Emigrated Smce Keinses to Listeu to the Extravagant Demands of France July TBIUTTMBDispatch San Francisco Chronicle Tho Mail and Express correspondent cables The dc cision which tho Government has reached j and to which it clings with a supercilious contempt for the protests of the opposition to convene Parliament again in November is interpreted on sides of tho House as a preludo to1 a dissolution in tho spring TCven the Tories aro now convinced that thfo is tho plan of tho Cabinet and that it Is quite useless and absurd to attempt to carry nn the affairs of the nation In the face of what Lord Eosoborry called at Epsom yes terday the most deplorableadministrative fiasco ever seen in tho history of the country Tho Ministerialists rely upon sufficient stroncrth topass the land purchase bill at this session and will then they trust bo ablo to introduce and question of Irish local government which will onablo them to de fend and explain tho course of tho now Min istry or this Tl is expected that tho ministers will then take tho sense of the country and put their wholedependence for the suffrages of tho people on the same old question practically that do rented the Lib orals and brought tho Conservatives into power in 1880 is found refers to an entirely different matj tor Tin less Mayor Pendleton took a divorce under an alias and gave other grounds tuaii incompatibility he have se cured a divorce even skuliul testi proved a years residence m Illinois The story looks like n far us the Chicago divorce is concerned AN MKKTIXG POUT WORTH July citizens meeting called to take action on Mayor Pendletons marriage to an attractive tele phone girl was largely attended tonightly a large number of indignant citizens loo resolutions adopted state that WrrriiEAS lived with his wife for nearly n Wr after he had obiaiuod as it would seemto us a secret hvorce from hei ol which she knew nothing ami WKBBBAS Ifo imirrieu1 another wbilo profes siiiE his loyalty to her Be in Jleaolved That he by brought tho name of our fair city into contumely und rupute proved ncslcctful of his uiul un worthy of the trust imposed in him that ho has broken the most snored vows iiul hulpefl disgrace upon his uimiiy and friends Sesolved That we condemn and hold as ful find disgraceful such action and that he be requested to tender his resignation TPIE CLEARING HOUSES w u L s CM 1 in thft samo neighborhood Colonel ot this olty hla largoparty was blown down but thDarty allescaped Injury Jn the wreck GpWs houses flvo vorp and the rest injured The killed sJH Schurmler Obarles Schae SANKIUNCISCO July IXft la reported tonight that a terrible accident occurred this afternoon at Uiulon A wagon con taining HfUwMi people was run Into bra train Tho people wore lossori in all direc tions Six wore killed outright and others Itijurod TIHIITY T10OA VICTIMS CnrcAao 1 uly moro bodies woro recovered from tho hold of tho stoamor niMking nineteen so far exclusive of one of injured who died at tho hos pital Ono oi1 the corpses taken out today was that of a while man and the others noroos Tho only two Identillod woro Louis and Henry Alexander colored s ovo doros How many moro men wero killed is now a irrowlng uncertainty Probably It would riot be too much to assume that thirty deaths as about the correct total Halt ot tho hold is yob littered with wreckage irora the ox plosion July of the most destructive ires that lias occurred in thh city for several years broke out at 4 oclock this morning in tho planing mill of H T Atkinson at Tenth street mid busquo avenue The wind carried the flames across Tenth street to tho oast slclo and At kinsojis lumber yard also caught lire The oxtunMvc wall papor manuranturltiK ostnb lishimMit of Oarny which was sopai atid from Atkinsons mill property by a narrow street was next to jro Inside of half an hour from tho time tho llamcs at tacked Carey establishment that nmmilflceni bulldinwas a completo niiissof ruins Tho firemen scarcely at tempted to check tho llamesln Carey Moth ers building as they tholr onorts wero hopeloss hut succeeded in saving rows of occupied mainly by otnploy eos When the walls felt tho bricks piled vVlnit these houses anil the frlRhtoned oc eiinants uuulu their escape from tho roar Women ami children half dressed ran throuph tho streets torrorstrloken Meanwhile tho planlns mill had boon completely destroyed Theilromon suc ruodid in juenchluR tho flames in tho lum ber yard after Its contents had been partly 1 lTholosses of AMdnscvn will reach and of Carey HroOhors fully THE KlSCOUl1 OF OKIME Tho lato of n Young Wife Murdered HOCK SPRINGS luly to Whltmorepassedthrough horo today on route for Green River with tho tramp who pushed Urakoman Pat Tas port from tho train uoar Salt Wells thereby causing his death Ho was captured near Bluok Unties UBTKCTIVES HODY FOUXO OIIAULKSTON July Pninclsoo Chronicle the lifeless Lody of Dave Stratton one of the famous McCoy sang of outlaws i was found near the railroad track at Browustown several weeks ago tho public generally supposed thathe had been run by tho train and killed Several per sons however suspected tho Hatfield crowd of m ordering him Auioup iLhose were J W a detective better known as Ken who armed with a warrant for the arrest ot certain ofthe ptita tow weeks ago with the declaration that ho would not return without them Since then not a word has been received 1rom him until yesterday when word oamo that his body with u bullet hole in his heart had boon found near the homo of the Hat Molds Itwas impossible last night to vor Ifrtlio report but it is believed to bo true as his friends would have otherwise heard froriihlm A YOUNO OWASSO luly 13 Perry Oomstock a oO this morning shot and Killed his and tlun suicided after ait inofloctual attempt to kill his twentyyearold adopted son Tno murdered woman was his second Ifo and only aboxit 23 years ol ape The couple have lately quarreled constantly someday property matters others that ComslwxU jealous of bis adopted son They had one ohild Tho report of tho Irish Local Government Hoard has boon submitted to tho Committee on Colon Iwitlon in tho House of Commons and shows that tho total emigration from Ireland since ISnl lias been persons which is equivalent to nn per cent of tho wholo population Tho report approves the scheme of stsifco aided emigration by fami UOH us to other methods Tho French Government has resolutely entered upon n ooiirso of diplomacy which is meant to balk tho agree ment In relation to a partition nf Africa and tho of intimate friendly rela tions England has In response to tho nrgont and persistent demands of admittort the existence of tho French protectorate in Madagascar and tho abandon men h of English treaty rights in Timls giving Franco supremacy there also And now M Hi boh French Foreign Minister domands of Lord Salisbury in addition a rooognition of Francos sphoro at influence in Africa as extending southward from Al geria to Lalco Tlmd Including iRoiiriiu and tliowholo region of tho Upper Lord Salisbury refuses to even discuss oxtravapnnldemand The part ot tho Niger which Is clnhnoil by the French boing al roady within the British sphoro is not sub to such donvand This region em braces Tlmbnctoo n considerable bunch of Slates to which Franco can havo no titlo whatever WHISKYS HARD An Eifjfct Thousand Dollar Licenso Is Hold to Be Null nncl Void July Dis Francisco Clirontclt It cost John Lenhon to open tho single licensed llqnor place allowed to tho little town of Drue lit and this morning Judge Hadloy fined him S50 and costs for soiling liquor under the to him by tho selectmen of tbo town Lorinon was pulled Into tho court on spotter testi mony worked up by tho Law and Order Lcnjruo and tho validity of his two licenses wore attacked by tho leagues attorney The liquor laws of this such that a liquor dealerarrested is almost sure to bo fined on somo technical point In the care lessly written license papers given to Lon nontorSSOnO thoro was tho ommission of the words election days in that part which provides for tho closing of liquor places Illsi bond was defective as ho did not license was transferred early in May Judge changed license so that it jibed the fourthclass and made ono destroy tho At tho end of a long opinion he declared the license which Lennon paid SSOOO to secure null and void and fined himSSO and was noth ing else for The fine im posed is thominimum in of a case An appeal was taken Lennon does not know whether to keep on selling and take his chances on new oasesthai may be made against him or to close up and sue tho selectmen for a returnof the he paid WOMEN BOUGHT AND SOLB The Tratttc Still Flourishesat the Turkisli Capital CHICAGO July Dispatch Francisco Olironiclc a speech made not very long ago the great Gladstone said that through tho aflorts of England the sale of women in tho Ottoman empire had practically Hopkins of California who stopped in tho city this morning on his way homo from a tour of the world I wish tho Grand Old been with mo in Constantinople Stopped Not by a great deal The only difference is that now the sales are carried on secretly insteadof be fore tho public If it is desired to make such a purchase now tho Urst thing somo town you are all right will introduce you to a dealer The chances aro that you will bo taken to the latters houso blindfolded unless you can be thoroughly vouched for This of course is to prevent the place to the authorities arecon ducted to a largo welllighted room and the goods aro broughtin for inspection You can purchasoatiy land from an exqui site specimen of Circassian beauty for 52000 down to a Nubian for 8100 The purchase ownerand slave are blindfolded andled out of the house into a Thelaw does sales recognizes slavcuoidvng and if a slave ruhisawaythe authorities wilVasslstin THE FORT WORTH SGAXDAIi The Becojwl of the Diyorce Business Done by the Banks Week BOSTON July to The following table compiled from dis patches from the clearinghouses of the cities named gives the gross exchanges for the last week with rate oer cent of in crease or decrease as against similar amounts for the corresponding week in 1SS9 Seneral John C the Fremont Called to Shore i A SKETCH OF THE GREAT EXPLORER He Made Six Trips of Exploration Across the Continent and Gave the Mormons Their First Knowledge of First Republican Candi date CITIES York Boston Chicago Philadelphia St Louis Baltimore San Francisco Pittsbnrg Cincinnati Kansas Ciry Now diJotuis Louisville Gluvelaikl Milwaukee Detroit Providence St Denver Columbus lTiirLford Richmond Dallas J ninth Wilmington Wichita Grand Tacerua Lowell Hirmiaghnin Lincoln Dos Moines Los An go Ins Loxiligtou Topoka Ifcw Fort Worth Wellington Memphis JTavoiv St Tosopli Sioux Halifax Clearances Incrse Dccrsc S i 15 578 MS 570 2 3 isnio YOHK July John Churles tho first candidate of the Kepublican party for President died at the home of his adopted the wife of Colonel H M Porter 49 West Twentyfifth street au oclock this afternoon His death was due to inflammation of tho bowels Tlicrc wero present at the bedside at the demise his son Lieutenant J 0 IPre inont of the navy and his physician Dr William T Morton His sickness was of comparatively brief duration and dated its first staejcs from the excessive heat of last Tuesday On tho following day be experienced some pain and Thursday Outsido N7ev York increase Not included hi totals no clearinghouses at this tlmo last AT THE Legislation That Will Receive At tention During the Week WASHINGTON July is expected that the Board of Customs Appraisers will bo completed week by thenomi nation of four additional appraisers divided equally between the political parties Mr Stackpolo a prominent lawyer of Boston and General Snowden formerly Assistant Appraiser at Philadel phia aro said to have been already selected There seems to be a hitch regarding the other two although It is said that Estee of California will be the Republican appointee provided he meets the requirements of the law in regard to nonengagement in any private TITE CONGHESSICXNAti TVEJ3K Although before adjournment yesterday the Senate formally took up the Tariff bill and thus made it the ponding business it will bo informally laid Sen ate considers the Sundry Civil Appropriation bill and probably the Indian Appropriation Dill The tariff may be taken up Wednes day but this depends upon the action of the caucus Monday night Anothereilort is to be made in tbe House this week to secure the passage of theOrig inal Package bills the operations of a special rule assoonas the pending Land Grant Forfeiture bill is out of the way AN ALARMED CANADIAN CHICAGO San Francisco divorce oC S TondTcton of that city in Chicago in the summer of 11880 and his marnago to a The records of theicourts hore do rnot shoV any entry of sucha divorceproceeding cPendioton against title docs rot Echanbery rcc ords tnO ycar4 haofcf7Wie num ber of aa given in tbe it He Thinks a Behring Sea War Un avoidable CHICAGO July Dispatch Francisco Chronicle in Canada are awaiting theoutcome of the Bearing Sea difficultywith no little anx said Frederic Nichols a prominent resident of theDominion who is stopping in the city In fact 1 think we are more anxious about it than either you Americans or the English Our brothers across tho water aro too far away to appreciate the situation and you well you generally hftve to get a licking before you believe that any danger exists I cant see how trouble of a serious Idiid can A our sealers sotsailfor the declaring that theywill take all1 the seals they can find and to see that they are not molested the British Government sends six large armed vessels to protect them It is not likely that tho commanders warshipsof either nation will out The sealers seek to carry on two them stop and the say to you only possible avoid trouble to my mind lies seeing each pthor rYou Americans may laugh at this you Temember laughed at opinions about Should war be great extent the and view VXV JOHN CHAUM5S FREMONT was worse but did not complain Matters assumed so much worse form on jjrlday that lie sent for a physician The doctor advised the sick man to take a sail and get a little fresh air While ho was out on the water he got a bad chill Friday night he sent for Dr Morton again On the follow inmornihg Saturday the disease devel oped enough to show its true character peritonitis but oven then the case was not considered dangerous and a dispatch to thatcncct was sentto Scabright 1 he Gen eral was 77 years and 6 months old at the time of his death John Charles Fremont was born In Savan nah January 21 Ho entered Charleston Collegein 1830 but inattention and frequent absences led expulsion but the college subsequently gave him a degree Ha was appointed Assistant Engi neer of the United States Topographical Corps and in 1S3S war appointed Second Lieutenant in service tie made a survey oftheDCS Moincs river m ISil and shortly after eloped with the daughter of Senator Benton of Missouri In 1842 Fremont was instructed by tho War Department tOtakechargo of an expe dition for tho exploration of the Rocky Mountains His report of the expedition was laid before Congress in 1842 and at tracted much attention both at home and abroad Fremont then determined to explore tne unknown region between the Eocky Mount ains and the Pacific Ocean and set out in May 1S43 with thirtynine On Sep tember 6th he camp iivsight of Great Salt Lake His investigations corrected many vague and erroneous ideas about this region of which no accurate account had ever been iven greafinnnence in promoting the settlement of Utah and the Pacific States It was his report of this expedition that gave the Mormons their first idea of Utah as a placeof residence He continued his explorations to the southwest finally reaching Fort Vancouver After enduring great hardships ho reached tho Sacramento river and returned thence to Kansas Fremont was made a captain m lS4o and set out on another expedition to tlie coast was ordered by the Mexican authorities to leave tho country Fromont refused and was attacked by tho Mexican forces Fre mont fortifiedhimself at Monterey hoisted the American flag and prepared to defend himself He was finally allowed to continue his explorations Ho subsequently took a partiu wresting California from the Mexicans and left that country in pos session of tho United States Owing to troublewith his superior officer Fremont resigned his commission in 1848 and made a fourth expedition across tho conti nent at his own expense many obstacles and was forced to turnback but reached the folio wing year settled there and was elected as one of the first United States Senators from that State He visited Europe in 1S52 and was received with distinction being presented with a gold roedat by tho King of Prussia His explorations had gained for him athomo the name of In 1853 he made fifth trip of exploration across the con tinent and ehcouiitered great hardships For fifty days his party lived on horseflesh In 1855 Fremont took up his residence in New York and received the AntiSlavery orRepublican nomination for the Presi dency in 1SI5G but was defeated by Bu chanan who received 174 electoral votes to Fremonts 114 Soonafter the opening of the civil war Fremont was made a plajorGcneral of the regular assigned to the command of the Western Department but many com plaints were made of his administration and he was relievedof his command in Np vfniber 1S61 Ho was given command of the Mountain District of Virginia Ken tucky and tlis was broughtunder command of General Pope m andFremont be relieved for personal reasons His request was granted receivedno other Command during the After thei war General Fremont active in railway Ho was Gov Arizona in He was a short on list of the v K July Herr Dierschvpiesided at a banquet on of the closing of the sliooti np tournament ereigna remarks liy q iAnaerican inriwhich at Cairo male an America and of for the EmBerors cup was presented to rthet winner Meian amidhearty cheftrsr M of The Peace NDON preside 1 at theUnlyevsal P6ace Con of nourishment became evident by decreas ing weight a deathlike pallor and pinched wan features accompanied by a corpsoliko rigidity Efforts to pry open his sot jaws for the administration of food proved futile A silver tube was inscrunl through the noso and down into the throat A quart of milk in four doses was firstgiven After that whipped In milk and varying liquid diet was administered together with medicine Median slept on immovable while pins wero inserted into his liesu electricity ap piied and heroic measures of sleep disturb ance tried There is no change in his mental condition A ME ON HER MAJESTY Bow the Lord Chamberlain Sprawled Before the Royal Party An Irishman Awakes After a Four THE BUTTE PRINTERS In Tbo Publication of the Miner1 deiimtely Suspended BUTTE July to TRIB Daily Miner which was com pelled to suspend publication on Thursday morning last because compositors went out on a strike has not yet fixed up its dif ferences with tho typos Tho trouble is complicated and can not bo adjusted with out tho International Unions arbitrator Mr Cummings of St Paul vested with authority from President Plank of tho In ternational Union to meet the managers of the Miner and settle the difficulties HG is expected horo tonight Information was received today that twenty Denver com positors will start for liutte soon Two Salt Lake printers arrived yesterday Theywill stand by tho Union Tho Miner manage ment feel confident that the Union will not sustain the action of tho strikers in their demand for tho discharge of the obnoxious their only grievance and which pre cipitated the strike A PARSONS DOWNFALL RS LESLIE SNUBS THE MARQUIS A FASHIONABLE PASTOR TAKES TO HARD DKTNK He Flirted With Another M tins Wife Bought Whisky ly tlio Quart and Goes to au She Will Not and Never Intended to Marry Attacks on Sultan Spoils Ex Milans Plans LINCOLN July Dispatch Francisco Chronicle pro found was created hero by tbe re port that Rev Oliver J Booth Rector of Trinity Episcopal Church ono of the most wealthy and fashionable congregations of this section had been removed by friends to a hospital in Chicago to recover from tho effects of over Indulgence Jn liquor The clergyman went to Chicago somo days ago to effect a reconciliation with his wife who had refused to live with His mission was futile ho returned to this city July 4th in a nervous and unstrung condition morose and melancholy over the loss of his wifes love Tho unfortunate Rector began to drown his sorrow iu deep potations Close to his lodging houso was a saloon to which ho paid frequent visits every day Re bought Mquor by the quart and consumed it in the so litudo of his room When his ready money was gono ho asked tho saloonkeeper for credit It was then discovered that he was a clergyman and somo of his parishioners were at once informed of his actions Alarmed at his eccentric conduct his con gregation summoned the Bishop of the diocese who demanded Mr Booths resigna tion The Rector refused to resign and onlywhen served with papersmrtklnjrhim defendant in a divorce suit brought in Cook countyby his wife did his superior By direction of the Bishop ho was sent to an Episcopal retreat in Chicago were where now is Booth four months ago came here from Nebraska bearing good credentials By his polish and brilliancy he quickly at tracted marked attention When he carue he was suffering from a broken arm which he claimed was caused by a sandbagger who robbed him of a sum of money The injuries received and his family difficulties undoubtedly caused his downfall He is about 37 years of age and is a native of St Catherines Canada A PARSONS FLIRTATIONS NEW YORK Sau Francisco ChronicleSeries World says The downfall of tho Rev Oliver J Booth the rector of Trinity Episcopal Church of Lincoln caused by overin dulgence in will recall to tho minds of the readers of the paper another incident in the checkered career of the reverend gentleman The dispatches stated had been removed to a hospital in Chicago to be cured of Inebriation It is said that the loss of his wifes affections was the cause of his taking to drink Tho dispatch added He is about 37 yearsof age and is a native of St Catherines It was at or near St Catherines Canada that all of Mr Booths troubles began Newspaper readers will remember that Gen eral William Sooy Smith of this city tho head of the firm of civil engineers which bears thename of Sooy Smith at tacked tho Rev Oliver J Booth on a train going from St Catherines to Niagara in the fall of General William Sooy Smith wasthen a of about 40 years of age and had been married about a year prior to the incident iust re lated to Miss Josio Hartwcll the belle of Catherines a pretty young blonde of 20 The general being wealthy had be stowed the most magnificent presents upon his wife but notwithstanding the attentions bo lavished upon her she acted so indis creetly that she soon became very much talked about They were then livingat St Catherines where Rev Mr Booth had a church The names of Mrs Smith and Booth were linked together by the gossips This reached General Smiths earn Meet ing the reverend gentleman on way to Niagara he attacked him and it saidat the time would have shot him had hn not been disarmed by the conductor und the passengers The affray created a sensationand widely published Whether this was the principal cause of the trouble between and his wife which has now culminated in a suit for divorce cannot bo told but it seems probable Booth is an exceptionally brilliant and polished man and has always made himself a favorite wherever be has been The Conductors Order YORK July first annual sessionof the Independent Order of Rail wayConductors was held here today It now has a membership of nearly all se fnendsandmarr ceders from Railway Con doctors who could the Philadelphia yf urwon tb s those vabmit1 him s and finally be fell into deep LONDON July Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle The Queen is in better health and strength now than sho has been for years past She is now able to resume her practice of riding which she had discontinued since iSSii A UOYAL TUMBtiK At the Queens ball in Buckingham palace a highly amusing incident occurred which but for Its highly serious consequences and its interruption of the dignity of the occa sion would havo afforded tho greatest enter tainment to those witnessing it The Mnco and Princess of Wales loading the cer emonial state entrance and the Lord Cham berlain the Earl of Latham was walking backwards before tho Prince and Princess according to custom Just as tho royal pro cession reached tho dais tho Lord Chamber lain trippod against tho edge of it and foil over turning a halfsomorsault He was to recover himself and lay there sprawling with his blue arms and white legs straggling in the air until the Prince of Wales abandoning etiquette stopped to him and picked him up Tho Karl of Latham is 53 years old and was kept abed for two days after by the bruises which ho received ia his unfortunate tumble Mits IVESIAE WONT Just as this City of Rome was pulling up anchor to leave Liverpool for Now York today Mrs Frank Leslie sent ashore the following dispatch 1 am nor engaged but starting for homo to attend to njy work and to prepare for my lecture Do Lonvilles attempt this timo to force Mrs Leslie into marrying him was actually sen sational The new Registrar of St Georges of Hanover Square district was ready with a license andwaiting to marry them this morning at s oclock When Do Lenvillo went to Mrs apartments at tho lingame Hotel to his chagrin the bogus Marquis found that Mrs Leslies trunks were on the hotel omnibus and starting for America Me wanted to get into the omnibus with her but she would nob lot him so he followed her in a hansom to Eus ton station and went on the same train to Liverpool Every time Mrs Leslie comes to London Do Lcnvillccirculates theVeport that she has come across the water especially to marry him When she arrived a few weeks ago ho started the same story Mrs Leslie promptly denied it bnt this time Do Lcnville went a step further than usualby applying for a marriage license and sending a preliminary notice totho London papers For years De Lenvilles career In London has been full of discreditable adventures with women who became Infatuated with first escapade of of fame which was finally broken off by the young womans relatives Since his return home from New STork the marquis has been conspicuous for his open affiliations with tho wealthy widow of a carriage maker His persistent perse cution of Mrs Leslie this season has been more marked than over A short time ago lie gave a reception at his apartments and was in straits how to decorate them He sent to Liberty the celebrated art fabric dealer for specimens of decorations which he said he wanted to purchase These ho spread over his apartments In fine array Just as the guests had assembled Libertys man came along with an order tho goods away uuless the Marquis purchased worth The baffled Marquis pur chased i the amount and tho goods were al lowed to remain overnight The had previously worked this game with suc but Liberty was too much for him the second time THIS ATTACKS ON IfACKAy The advertisements whereby John W Mackay offers a reward of to any one giving information to prove the idenity of the person who is circulating slanders about Mrs Mackay promises to lead to some In tercstiijir details concerning the methods ot Americansof wealth and social ambition Ii London On Monday most of the people both English and Americans on Mrs Mac kays visiUng list received by mail from Washington D a newspaper in which a direct attack was made upon the ladys character The envelopes contained only a newspaper clipping and the addrrsscs were written by a typewriter Mrs Mackays friends attribute the circulation of the newspaper articles to an American residents here who are jealous of her social success and have likewise been snubbed by her Her solicitors feelconfidentthatthey will be able to detect the guilty persons and a suit for a criminal libel will at once instituted Charlotte Smith editor of paper called Wflrlrino Women published jn Washington is the person on this side of the water whohas been1 attacking Mrs Mackay Of her Nathan Bijur says Jn a cable sent Mrs Mackay yesterday Her weakest a craze for notoriety and pitiful allusions as to her Any proceedings against her would merely intensify craving and still furthur injure her weak ened intellect A complete disregard of her silly fabrications s the only sensible and charitable course for you to The article of Miss Smith referred Mrs Mackays hash house on Poverty Plat out Hector D Castro oneofibo wealthiest of Now Yorkers said speaking of Mrs Mackay yesterday Mrs Mackay is a daughter of Colonel D E New York a surgeon in tlie TJnJted States regular army and served with credit to himself throughout the Mexican cam paign Mrs Mackays first husband was Bryant of Brooklyn whose mother1 and brother still live in that city highly re spccted people After the death Bryant which occurred in the West the widow met Mr Mackay mutual acquaiutf rnore than i Mackay the caughter constitution The mutual scheme provides for on deatb instead of old i C S Wheaton Grand Ghief Conductor of tlie oldorder was elected president Signal Ser vicereports showSunday to have been an unusu ally east ofthe Eocky Moun except in theLakere giori and from to New York Oi 143 no less than 108 re port of or more 90 degreesibEiover a maximum temperature of degrees or A Delegation Meet i GJIEEN RIVER WyoM July A of citi Bingham county Idaho metHoiK bois here tonlgiit and escorted hi capital of thet Jn a special car1 The delegatlonwasbeaded by W H SarldjgeJ and Colonel G Hwmalord ot doubt that the scandals will behun FOKBlGZs It has already been English wheat many years but it that it real1zedtbat wretched wet and the No official ready sustained are yet6ot now known   

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