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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE MOST EXTENSIVE BEST1 In the Kocky Mountain CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT OP In the City Combined VOL SALT LAKE CITY The Murder of Clayton and Gilier Arkansas Republicans THE HOUSE COMMITTEES REPORT daughter from its ferocious attacks Tho animal had previously bitten a num ber of persons llalUr is a fullbearded rather plain looking man a Norwegian by birth and a man of considerable inUlIi renc who has dune much for the advance ment of the Norwegian Lutheran church in South Dakota In tho vicinity of Webster he owns acres of land is heavily mortgaged and hence tlib delay In bis treatment which was finally arranged for through the philanthropic action of Mrs Marietta M Hones tho wellknown woman AUGUST 4 1890 PRICE FIVE CE2STTS RELATED BY The Assassins Bullet Gave Brock Sent in No ProHfioutJou for These Political j The Seat Declared Vacant Lacey of Iowa haft prepared for subrnlsHloii to the House tho majority roporc of tbo Election Committee upon tho Cluyton contested election anil tlio Republican contestant Commenting on Claytons murder tho re port says Howards offered and tho commu nity of Morrilllori passed appropriate htllons but no earnest attempt to hrins the murderers to Justin has been inadol by tho local authorities The efforts at tho Gov eminent havo been in vulu imine of refers to tho lllni of Smith tho nwro detective vrho w Invest Mr Halter arrived In this city last even Ing and was at once taken to the liush Med ljuloligo where lie rested easily through tho night This morning ho was operated upon by Dr of the new Pasteur In stitute located tit the college The patient was stripped for the operation and lying upon his inoculated several Limes at tho waist after which he was re moved to room ho is getting uloncr comfortably The symptoms 01 this enso of genuine rabies are peculiar The patient complains of Intense heat at the of tho head and a bearing down as of a leaden weight directly over the btisu ol the brain while terrible shootini pains of momentary duration aro felt all over the body Ho docs not appear to have that dread of water ascribed to some subjects in the throes of hydrophobia Dr Tfigoro has no hesitation in saying how over that ho believes Mailer to be a victim of rabies and sues no reason why his treat ment would not be as successful in this caso as In others brought to him for treatment although the longth of time elapsing since tho bite was given would naturally preclude tho possibility of early mmum OF GOLD STOXUJBS OF IMJtWNSK TRKASU11ES IN JNDIAN TKKRITOKY with rinkertoi to evidence and o poso tho parties when he was said to have woKlonUy shot by Us hroth i 0 no direct n o to Khuw criminality m U H of HeMlloy but declares It that Se two lulling occurred whllo tho were about to xivo evidence to the daco 11 Tho theory that tho Clayton murder was dm to the enmity of Hooper taken up nud tho report It dearly appears that iloopor was not only in California when the murrloroceurrod bnt ill with disease theory says the majority wiis tVleiMliiK to Triads of Colonel Chtyton vory naturally complained that so duo should have been wncenled loi months front them and only nuide known whfn Congressional Investigation Tho report conUnuiriiC says MO reasonable explanation of Hie mure or ap exceptthat the ballolbox UklnS of Ustbuony niwrcashiK killed Clayton to tho Investigation No other motive WHS pos The necessity of the enactment of Homo law which will pnmmt ballotbox stnallnK and murderers from eonlerrlnK fnrtr title to a In OonRrCWH Is ovldftnt Vrom tho result rf this contest Had suet laws boon In Coreu as would have prpvonle I tlio eontosteo from MiklnK his seat sue a title no ono would attempt to confer snoh title by stealing u IvlaonUy ballothox Htoiilinj was lookod upon as a IP thit community until tho awful that resulted have appallcr tho noid people tho country Nodoubt of would have boor rtotorrnd from taking tho In the crlnip 1C they had rbaiUnd thfttmimlor wonld bo tho on I hoy crossed thofr Huhlcon Kwouin ridjiuKfti one crime fol Jowrd Inlho footsteps of auotlior and tho Icnt iriillty of criminals dare notexjwisti Rullty hst tho fate of Clayton should overtake them Tho rmirdorors of Benjamin a well known Llttlo Konk Uepublloan who was kllhd whlloconrprrlnKwIMi local Uppnbll eans with regard to tho thUvos to lustleo must bo well known for largo nuinher of persons wore present hut aronot Indlclod No Indlotrnonls SIHVO boon round under tho Stain ftleiMun hiw for hallotbox erlmos The nmrdcrei Smith is discharged without trial Hio kllllrn of the Huntloys aro not JUKI tho man whoso urlmo Is punished w Wahl Federal supervisor who was in dicted for playlnK cards men could be fon art lawless onoutflx to Commit thcsu Crimes Is deplored but when inon of eharaetor and standing avail themselves of the fruits of such crime and tho control of tho National House of is made to turn upon such tuethods it no remains a nioro mat tor of local conucrn butarlsoa to the magni tude of a National calamity prosont oontinuos tho report lias attracted National attention before has a for a seat In Oonproas tormhuitod by the bullet of the assas sin If such methods wore submitted to In Bllcnco tho party bencflttecl by tho crime of partlsanaqulotly and ro the benefits oC tho death of Ins com petitor a now element would bo Introduced into our form of A resolution accompany lug tho report de clares the sent vacant THE CONCItUSSrOXAT VROORAMMB In this weeks House proceedings there Is a stroncr disposition on tho part of the ma jorltv toJlnally pass upon tho Conference report of the Orlplnnl Packapo bill and Bocuro action upon the Compound and two election cases but It 1 felt that the presence of a quorum M necessary in those cases and If that oau nob bo main tained It Is pvobublo that tho Houso will be obliged to confine Itself to tbo consideration of measures which aro not expected to urouso party fooltnff Tho Tarin1 bill will bo discussed In the Senate until Friday whon It will bo aside and the lilvor and Harbor Appropria tion bill taken up STORM The Indians Goarcl the ICoglon and SnJ All IroHpoctorH JOIIIH Mx pcdttlon Uoing FlttccJ Out DJBNVFK July to St Louis lur years rumors of wonderful gold fields In tho Indian Ter ritory have been in circulation among a few of the oldtime prospectors of tbo West Their wealth has reported so groat as to almost stagger the most excited Imagina tion The Indians have however so closely guarded these lields that a thorough inves tigation has been utterly impossible Lieu tenantColonel S Hnyder who was re oently transferred from Oklahoma City to Santa Fc arrived here yesterday and dur ing a conversation upon this malleisaid you have heard of Hale and Koreross These men discovered a rich mine in Nevada and sold out several years ago for sevmal hundred thousand One day last winter a stranger who had every appearance of a prospector came to me at Oklahoma city and him stilf as Hale lie said he had lost his for tune and torsoiiK tint bad been prospect Jug intho country tho Indian Territory north of the Kod river Ue had suffcred many hardships and narrowly es caped with his life from the Cheyonnes who guard their country most carefully against intrusion In Ills escape lie he was forced to hwvo all themineral he had scoured He said thut he came upon one piece native gold which was so heavy thai ho con Id not lift it A party of Mex icans Is allowed by the Indians to jnino for a short time each year andUhon it is Claimed that the visitors steal quietly away by a route known only to themselves Thorn is no doubt of one fact the Indians have killed many hunters and prospectors who havrsucceeded in penetrating to the hills which He near tho lied river Kins men have over hsid the hardihood to at tempt prospecting in that region and of those llnlo If Mm stranger was really he Is tho only man 1 have ever scon who escaped alive heard the story which was old with every appearance of truth and all my questions were answered In a perfectly straightforward manner but as my time was occupied and I havo lost money at different times by litting out pros pectors I did not oxtend to him the assist ance which he doshvd for the purpose oC making a new excursion Into tho country The man greatly disappointed and left the quarters with adowncast head L have never seen him The same story was told the GlribcDcmn Kiat correspondent recently by a gentleman from Wichita who said The tlmo is not ripe yet for the public to bo informed on tho but there aro gold deposits in tho hills and valleys near the Ked rivor which are rkhur than anything now known in tho world I met hunters and prospectors who havo been on tho spot and whoso stories woreso startling as to soein like an Eastern fable 1 will toll jim one thing however a big syndicate of loading politicians and i capitalists has been formed and next fall 1 u strong party Sa to bo started for the gold i Holds to leutn tbo truth concerning the ralnoa Tho party has already boon enlisted und Is backed by such mon as Senator ingalls and Senator Plumb Tho district in which tho gold Is said to bo found Is in tho southwestern part of Indian Territory about miles from Oklahoma A PASSENGER COTjUISION A TE Great Havoc Wrought by Hail and Wind NEW KICUTAND A most terrific wind andhall storm visited this sec tion this forenoon Tho windows on tno west and north sides of every the vlllago and for miltis to oiliersldo in rho country uro broken The storm was about ten miles wldo and forty longAll uncut grain In Its path Is a total loss JPne is estlnuitod from to wore killed and hundreds of wluokens ncrlsbcd In some instances pieces of loo driven with such foroo as to piorco throuRh the roofs of buildings iioux PATXS S Aug A so v ore hailstorm visited this Icltilty this It lasted about five minutes or 000 damages In tbo city In thewuybf broken windows and injury to trees aud shrubbery The novr courthouse stifCOfod tho greatest damage a hundred panes of bolus broken In tho north and central portion of tho city tho baltStOnos ranged up to tho slxo of a WlUlo in tho southern portion they wqro not larger an Inch In diameter llcports from tho outside show tho track of the stornj to liavo been about forty miles from Beaver creek to Salorn Tho small grain will bo comparatively us tbo most of It was hi stock but corn was stripped of leaves OF BABIES A Develops Unusual Symp toms arid Is InocnJatcd AUIJ Ctmmiclc 6t tbc most rcrnarkabio cases of hydrophobia ever opera ted in of Gllborfc Halter South fanrtcri bittenbv a irnad dog abou t a sBakotav wbilo sivo tlieT Ilfo bis llttle sixyearold Two Trahunoii Killed in an Smashup LotnsvinLR Aug morning near Bedford Indiana an outbound passenger train from Chicago on the Louisville Now Albany Chicago collided with a north bound passenger from Louisville Several oars wore completely Engineer Burns and lireman Colo wero instantly killed A passenger namod Ashcroft is also reported killed The Injured number uino whom James Til ford postal clerk will die Conductor McDonald of tho south bouYid train says he and thcenglncer agreed Guthilo three miles from tho wreck but ho went to sloop und did not wake until the trains struok Both engines were almost entirely destroyed and several nre little better than kindling Wood uiouey loss will bo heavy The Jvow Boclc Springs Scale ROCK SrKixas Aug to sot tlomont of the screen ques tion was made today Tho prices deter mined on are For No 1 mine seventy oouts per ton for lump and nut coal for No 3 mine eightyllvo cents per ton for lump and nut coal An advance ol Sfty cents was made on ontry and 53 for room turning Tho men appear to he wellsatisfied and tho opinion is general that the above prices will bring a much class of men to Rock Springs A Race irom Japan NEW YOKK Aug great team of steamers Glenogito and Japan June 10th after stopping at various ports China seas to cbm ploto their cargoes started on a race for New York Tho Glenoglto arrived hero today having made the trip from Japan in the remarkably short time of IKtyffpur days therecord by a day The Mon raouth expected hourly Tho captain reports tho rioo famine in Japan to be uporutho increase In every part the inhabitants are Tho Sjrn Franciscos1 First Trip SAU FRANCISCO August neSv cruiser Sari Francisco pre 11 ml navy trial irip on the five easy Accord ing to or her the successful v Another Stupid Blunder the British Ministry was decided to continue to give thy Presi dent a firm support It Is reported time the decided in favor of forced cur rency and that an endeavor will be made to stop the gambling in sold on change and Malor Palmer whom President Celrnan denounced as an informer and a military conspirator is dead He asserted that ho was poisoned The press is com pletely A BLOODY PRIZEFIGHT A FEDERATION Or SYNAGOGUES The Kussian Are Persecuted for Their Nihilistic Jjady DnnlosHelpless The Kaiser SaJla for eral Foreign News LONDON Aug Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Mail and Express correspondent cables Another grievous mistako made by tho Government tho declining to in tho local taxa tion bill a clause providing for tho suspen sion of the grant of new licenses When tlio subject of purchase of licenses was debated in the Commons the Government pointed without ceasing to the suspension clause as proof that their entire aim in presenting tho bill was to bring about temperance among tho people and diminish this curse of drunk enness The withdrawal of this clan so has now shown what the game oT the Ministers really was all the time The purchase scheme was a bitter pill for the temperance members of tlio House swallow so to induce them to take thoir medicine tho plan for tho sus pension of licenses was presented as a sugar j plum to thorn Tho purchase scheme had boon rejected and tlio suspension clause has boon withdrawn The result of this double dealing is that tho wrath of the Temperance pnrty will bo an abiding and active electoral force henceforth and will be exerted unsparingly against tho interests of every Minister whosupporled tho Licens ing bill It Is diillcult to coiiceivo of a more disastrous and stupid sot ol1 blunders than have characterised tho prosont Government in all homo legislation up to the end of this extraordinary andfiitlle sesyion A SYNAnOfillU A scheme was mooted in the roconh Syna gogue hi tills city to combine In a sort of federal union all the synagogues in tlio Hrilish Empire This would bo under the direct ion of a Hoard of Deputies Tho Jhiefllabhl has already obtained the ad hesion of tho loading Jews to this plan Dr Herman Afllor will not accept tho po sition H Chief in England it condi tions defining his place of residence are attached to the office LADY WJNLOS nilkui or Lady Dunlo in rm Inter view confirmed the report Uiat count Dunlo had had an interview with her sinco the recent decision of tho divorce case in her favor She says that the noblo youth soniis disposed to do the proper thing but that liis father refuses to continue his allowance i he lives with his wife Tho idea of his supporting her by earning money through his own exertions is of course not conceivable Tliero Is prospect of tho conplo entertaining domestic relations therefore until Lord Clancarty dies or un dergoes a change of heart Lady Dunlo declares Rho will never compromise her right nor relax her efforts to enforce their recognition WHY THK AUR IKRSMCUTED ST 1MTF KSiiUHf Aug resumption by the Government of Russia of persecution of tho Jews in this country is attributed to tho spread of nihilism among the Jewish communities and the belief of tho Govern ment the suppression of the Jows will In much to suppress tho facilities of tlio nihilists for propagation of tho consummation of their The recent riots of students tho plots Matched i11 t10 colleges and conspiracies oC the nihilists boon largely Jew ish in thoir origin and the Minister of tho Interior has reported to the that tho education of the Jews who arc combined in close affiliation with one another and possess oxclusivo lines of communici tiou among themselves mado tho whole community a network The Jewish newspapers throughout Kn that already tbo edict of 3882 against thoir race has driven tons of thous ands of Jews from tholr situations and that they havo boon expelled from every Gov ernment post which any of them held TUS KMlEUOTlS TrtlP OSTEND Aug Emperor William and Prince Henry sailed for on the MOU15 TITKKlSIl GKUKHTIES ATHENS Aug no martial law has been proclaimed in tho Turkish town oC Alassona tho Christian inhabitants have been brutally treated Two nobles at Sla tlstia were seized and beaten on tho pretext of compelling thorn to reveal tho names of the harborers of brigands Two hundred inhabitants of Anasseliza have been seized and tortured for tho piuposo of extorting money tflVE KUNDIU3H CHOtiEKA DI5ATHS MECCA Aug hundred deaths from cholera aro reported hero today A RUSSIAN DYNAMITE JUNE PAnis Aug has received a cophor dispatch from St Petersburg saying that a dynamite mine wisdiscovered under the railroad station at liaski Tho place is onthe route to bo taken by Emperor Wil liam on his Russian trip WANT TO BEGIN WORK A Knocked Out in the FortyFirst Uomxcl CrrtCAOO Aug prizelight of forty one rounds took place at Thayer to day between tho lightweights Tommy White of Chicago and George Siddous of Grand Itapids Mich Twoounce gloves were used and tbo purse was 8500 Sid dons won Tho first and second rounds were marked by furious slugging on both sides with advantage on the side of Chicago but after that lie gradually weakened and was oulv kept to tho by frequent pulps of brandy In the foityKrst round White was knocked down six times before his second threw up the sponge no nng at tho close of the light looked like a slaughter pen European Silver Speculators VIFNV v of Austrian and IerliA bakers francs worth of silver in Roumanla In June last The largest port of it was sold in London and tho remainder in MORE SAMOA TROUBLES A Worlds Fair Committee Hold an Important Meeting CHICAGO Aug Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle execu tive committee of tho Worlds Fair direc tory hold a mooting this afternoon to dis cuss the Important question of beginning work One of to bo said a director this morning is to lay out our work in accordance with the action of the Legislature If you ask mo how that is to bo done I will that I cannot tell Wo do not know yet whether to anticipate tho vote of the people in the Jackson Park district relativeto thoissue of of bonds with which to improve the park If it is desirable to take the risk of the vote being favorable wo can go otherwise nothing can be dbiio at Jackson Park until next li It was rumored that the directors would use Washington Parkin case tho people re fused to vote tho bond issue for Jackson Park Washingtou Park it is ar gued would money to put it iu besides it is still closer to with which easy communication could be had tho directors ad mitted that Washington Parkhad been con sidered us a would not bo taken up seriouslyuntil some very seiv arise against Jackson Park BOSTON A Is afternoon Charles tho Canadian bridge lumped from Atlantic Shears Workso Boston stomach and was f rqhfBaonos ANOTHKIl TEiMPKST BKKWtNG ON TIJESIS FAMOUS ISLANDS Maatnfa Threatens to Distnrb tTic Poaco and Serious Trouble is Un satisfactory Course of tlio Consuls APIA Samoa July Ifi via San Francisco ri is great dissatisfaction here over tho news received that America Eng land and Germany havo further delayed the appointment of a Chief Justice and President of the Municipal Board The new govern ment hero is little further advanced than it was two years ago Notwithstanding tho fact that tho Berlin conferencewas concluded over a year ago tho only step taken toward the now order of things is the recent appointment of a col lector of customs by the three consuls and even this does not give satisfaction as it is believed that the consuls havo no power to enforce the payment of duties The Ger man trading firm the largos t commercial organization on the islands is already per forming ts duties under protest Tt is believed hero that trouble is inirnl ncnt It is thought that it will como this time from the Mataafa party which has bnon Kainingstrength recently Maliotoas followers are of course strong and in the event of another war it is thought that they would bo but the more prospectof another conIIlot by all foreigners Tamaseso who was supported by tno Germans two years ago is apparcntlynot engasiod in any strife and is said to bo en listing tho sympathy not only of the whito population but also of tho portion of the Malieton Malietoa his chiefs regard tho situa tion as serious They have requested tho three Consuls to appointan advisor to tho King and want the American ViceConsul William Blacklock Trade on the island is stagnated The natives have eaten nearly all the coeoanut crop and tho copra crop which is the chief resource likely to bo a failure THE BANK BUSINESS Reports from the Clearing Houses for Lusfc Week BOSTON Aug to The following table compiled from dis patches from the clearinghouses of tho cities named gives tlio gross exchanges for the last week with rate ucr cent of In oroaso or decrease as against similar amounts ior tho corresponding week in 1SSO CITIES New York Boston Chicago Louis Fnuioisco PiUsburg Cincinnati Kansas City Buffalo Milwaukee Louisville New Orleans Cleveland Detroil Denver Providence Oniniia Minneapolis St Paul Columbus Richmond Jndiniianolis Hartford St Joseph Washington Pcorin NowHayCD Memphis Fort Worth Worcester Portland Me Wilmington Tacoma Wichita Grund Rapids Sioux City Gulvesloti Birmingham Cluittsinooga DCS Moiues Lincoln Lexington Now Boclford Los Topeka Montreal N S Clearances 070 1ncrsc 4 j MOO Itmsis flOOllGf 74SiSfl 641 im 2 Pcorse M 1 5 2 New York increase Kot included in totals no clearinghouses at this time last year Negroes Oppose the Force Bill PHILADELPHIA Aug The Matiiew Stanley Quay Clnh of this city composed entirely of colored men at a largely at tended meeting this afternoon iinanimously passed a resolution to the effect that Federal Election oillis not practicable and will not help the political condition of the colored man in tho South but Avill rather have iv tendency to keep alive race pre judices Two Trainmen Killed SojreRSET Augl A passenger train on the Cincinnati Southern coming around a curve near Oakdale struck n tho engine aud three coaches went down tho embankment into Emory Engineer Moore and lian wove instantly killed jet known vchefcher any passengers are hurt pr KnigMs of Labor Who Labor at Stehfc 1FFIGERS QF THE LAW CORRUPTED The People Intimidated and Terrorj Tramp Narrowly Escapes a Mysterious Poison ing Case in Criminal Record Closkey died licrptov SANTA FE N Aug to several months a gang of men in San Miguel county have repeatedly committed such outrageous deeds and con ducted themselves in a manner as to bo called white Their outlawry re cently was called to tho attention of tho Secretary of the Interior who ordered an j investigation Ycstcrdiy tho Governor is sued proclamation culling upon these so called Knights of Labor lodges to disband This action meets with general approval from the citizens of Las Vegas A year ago a band of selfconstituted regulars was discovered to exist in that county It was composed of land grant claimants who had as they claimed griev ances against a number of large cattle companies who are alleged to have fenced in largo tracts of land which were held by members of this organization and which could not be recognized in tho local courts Little attention was at first paid to tho threats of this band as daily it was ex pected Congress would tribunal for an early seUlement for all conflicting interests respecting land titles but as time on and Congress continued to delay in this important matter the grievances of theso people brought now recruits to their numbers and after awhile the petty perse cution of many under the cover of knights was systematically inaugurated Presently the organization grew bolder and held meetings in tho mountains id jacent to Las Vegas and there openly dis cussed their plaus They grew so rapidly in membership that it began to bo realized that they would eventually constitute a vory important factor in the polities of tho This was a most unfortunate dis covery for in this country there has existed for years a factional fight headed by two Republican leaders and it is alleged that by intimidations and throats tho Sheriff of the county has now been brought into sym pathy with thoorganization and that is why no attempt has been mado to bring its members to justice At any rate whon ordered so to do It is known that the SheiifT torn down tho most of his wire fences and gates off to Las Vegas and stored them auay The ofilce of Sheriff in that county is worth between and a year and tho present incumbent is a can didate for reelection Bonoo un willing to antagonize this clement Under these circumstances the order con tinned to grow until it claims sixteen subor dinate lodges in the country and numbers probably 1500 men Encouraged by this in crease in numbers and emboldened by tho laxity of the officers thoy are still organiz ing their lodges ami those who aro not of thorn or In sympathy with thorn are sub jected to all manner of persecutions Hun dreds of miles of wire fence havo been cut and stock turned out to drift away Barns and rick after rick of hay havobcen do stroyod County Assessor Eugene Romero is a large ticcontractor for tho Santa Fo road and not being in sympathy with them ho has been an especial victim His teamsters havo been hailed on tho road and the ties taken from their wagons and chopped in two and thousands of ties delivered beside the track havo been burned The usual method is to send a written or der to the individual commanding the re moval of fences and if this is not complied with the band itself takes tho matter in hand and does it Mrs Louis Harimill a widow and a widow named Herman had their ranch property ruined by these marauders Last Friday night fourteen miles of wire fence about the Pagosa pastures owned by Colonel B G Wheeler of California were cut and the posts chopped in half Several mysterious deaths have occurred throughout the county which are also attributed to this order The organization is now said w bo completely under the control of a handful of disreputable poli ticians in Las Vegas and has assumed the name of the San Miguel County Knights of Labor under tho guise of which its opera tions continue unabated The Governor has a difficult task before him but he declares his intention to sup press this order if need be by appealing to the National Government lor aid TUK XKAIX BOBTJEKS EXAMINED TRINIDAD Aug to train robbers who at tempted to hold up tho Santa Fc express near here Thursday night were examined here yesterday before Justice Slianby Carl the man who flagged the train was positively identified by the conductor and a brakeman and also by a passenger from Las Vegas The defendants otfered no tes timony in their own behalf and were placed under S3000 bonds each As they were un able to secure bonds they went to jail to remain until the fall terra of the District Court POISONED BY THE PBEACHER Aug 3 Associated attempt of a colored preacher named W H Boone in Gordon county to kill by poison a family of ten persons three of his victims being now dead has caused intense excitement and the poisoner and his wife are carefully guarded in jail He put rat poison in the food of a colored family named Lalley Booue puts the blame on his wifel saying that she was jealous of Mrs Lalleys affection for him Thewife puts it on her husband saying he sought to obtain possession of Lalleys The other vic tims are not yet out of danger TRAJIP ESCAPES EACIKB Wsi AuS Dis Francisco Chronicle Dragged through the streets by rope about his neck which threatened to cut oil his the hands of a mob Adam You n of Einmetsville a professional tramp had a narrow escape today from lynching The cause of Youngs uough treatment Father KesslerV of Joseph Catholic home clergyman about Young went tb door of tbepriests home and demanded something hetforo Father Fessler could aodgeptbe reasbhs unknown struck rtiim ran out the buck doov with Youm In pursuit The ckigyinan ly his uit down pouniiotl in the faco IIK his smashed Hy this lime v crowd had Sonie one shoutod ISang the brute A rope placed around tlio nook of tlu and bur for the timely arrival of policemen he would luivo oeon danglins in tho ailfrom i lnruu tree noar by was placed in jail A MYSTKKIOU POISOXTNf CASE LONDON Aug week winis W with a tragic poisoning caso which nosscssos ev ery clononi of mystery and romance Whet is a nundor or a cioubio suicide London docs notknow So far iho police roiuse to divulge any acis in thoir posses sion is the result of tho in dividual oflorts of reporters Doctor Knowlson Townsond livimi in tho Lewisham Highroad and Mrs wore booked as passvnuors on the Ludgate which sailed frm tlio Thames today for New York Townstsul his practice here and was going to Virginia to join brother In order to be noar vessel and theirbaggage aboard early they look rooms in Park noar tho last night Towponu leil his wife in tho rooms to sond tbo baggage away while he went to the to receive it Loss than one hour after ho left two mon drovo up to tho house in a cart One was tho carman ami tho oth er was a friend who had come to assist him They were admitod ami proceeded to tho bedroom Kntering tho room the carman noticed Mrs lying on the bed fully dressed asleep and a man in an insensible condition halfway under the foot of tho bod Ono of the mon called attention to lite peculiar color of tho mans skin felt his pulse which was still liu expressed an opinion that he was dead An attempt was then made to Mrs Townseiul It was unsuccessful There were no marks of violence and no indications of a struggle Inquiry revealed that soon after tho hiis bantl left Mrs Townsond was visited by William Do La Motto a Frenchman who was a friend of her husdand At their house he was always treated more as i brother than u friend Though always an ardent admirer of Mrs Townsond there was no insinuation of anything improper in thoir relations Judging from glasses in the room Mrs Townsend and Do La Motto took a drink of whisky together previously sending the from the room A fow min utes later one of tho children went back and saw his mother unconscious cm tho bod while Motte was sitting on tho floor leaning against a box gasping for breath The child does not appear to have taken much notice oC what ho saw for no alarm was given till the carmen came when the bodies wove discovered Physicians woro called who said death was duo to poison probably prussic acid The police at onoo took possession of the house and declined to make public anything thoy know if they really do know anything which will clear the Public opin ion is divided between tlie theory that tho couple decided together to drink poison in tho whisky and the theory that Motto gave the woman poison and then took it himself Both theories aro supported by mere gossip To Dr Townsend the mystery is as great as to everybody else When ho loft his wife she was in good spirits it was arranged by which train she should join him on the steamer Nothing was told at the inquest tonight which throws any light on the mystery The doctors called said they could not posl what poison was used without a post mortem This will bo mado tomorrow There are other points connected with tho mystery Tho VTorci correspondent has au thority for saying that tho poison found in the room was prussic acid Tho circumStantfal evidence goes to support the theory that the poison was given by DC La Motte before she discovered the nature of the liquor TWO MEN MURDEUED 1TARRTSTON Miss Aug last night Horace Crawford a negro porter at Gates Hotel saw several men loitering around a store and thinking thoy wore burglars he demanded them to surrender when them shot killed him Another man was found justoutside the city limits shot through the neck supposed to have been done by the same shooting caused great excitement A posse is scouring the woods for the murderers A jrARKKTCnED KEMMLER QUinnMS AUBURN N Aug delicate point of law has been suggested here by a gentle man clyep in legal lore It is that the week beginning with August 4th ends with a Sun day Tho Warden has arbitrary powur to defer the execution of Kemmlor until Sun day August 10th It is held that fche law would interfere to prevent the upon the ground that an execution or a process upon Sunday is not legal Directly at this point tho case is touched by that general principle of law that if the sentence under which Kemmler is expected to be killed 1s void in part it must be wholly void Brought to a close application the assumption is that if it is illegal to kill Kemmler on the seventh day of tho week designated then it would be illegal to kill him on any other day of the week The situation it is held would be different if Sunday intervened as a part of the seven days because it would tlien run with the week and bo a part of tho seven days constituting the week As the case stands theweek in which tho sentence is to be executed will not be legally complete because ths week ends on a day void in law Unless there is some general law which may bridire thispoint the entire sentence it is thought will be null and void Kemmler spent today quietly He seemed to have a good appetite and ate three full meais It is now pretty certain that the execu tion will not take place on the first day of the week in which Kcramler hai been finally sentenced to die Undoubtedly this has been his last Sabbath on earth Doubtless no contradiction would be challenged from Warden Durston by tho statement that he does not tonight know the bour of electro cution nor who will be chosen to by when Kemrnlor dies This rhc wife of the warden left the prison to be ab sent until the week after Kemmlcrs death NEW YORK Aug dispatch to the World from Auburn timed a says two hackloads of men were two ago unloaded at the prison gate This looks as though the execution migbttake place be fore daylight Acccrdingto private advices from Syracuse however Warden Durston was at a hotel in that city after midnight and the first regular train to leave for Auburn would be at 6 a in Sunday Games Prohibited BUFFALO Aug St LouisRoches ter game was to be played here today but the police interfered compelling the players to desist Nearly four thousand people had assembled and considerable uproar ensued Several arrestswere made SYRACUSE Aug the police had notified the Syracuse and Louisville clubs that the American Association game could not be played today the Louisville club left for home COLUMBUS 3 7 it NEW YOHK 5 GUATEMALA II DISTRESS An Empty Treasury and a Starving Army THE VICTORIOUS ENEMY ADVANCING The United States Will Be Appealed Desperate Two Days1 Battle in San Flowed Like Water The Western Association OMAHA 8 KANSAS CITY 5 I Kansas 2 TheNew LIMA Moreals Bermudes has been proclaimed President of Ke General whose tenure of office expired Ly gitays at Home Augf home all day Aug 1 via City of Mexico Tin HUNK Francisco the present cir enmstanees it is almost impossible to trans mit information from by telegraph re garding the alValrs of this republic Tho only telegraph communication is that ofMessrs Die do Borilla A Brother who refuse to forward news nor will tho Government allow news to pass This mat to the borders of a special to be forwarded from thoro Guatemalas situation atpresent is soino Revolutions nre in progress in parts of the republic General is issuing orders to his followers from Ohiijuiinula a State on the eastern border of the country and General Har vunda from a denartmoni on tho border of Mexico Salvadors troops are advancing towards the cnpital from two diiVercnt points on the frontier obtaining victory victory like men for a just cause against a tyrant Guatemalas troops aro almost dead wilh humrer fighting from forced necessity Ior the last fortnight there has not boon a cent in the Guatemala national treasury uul nil payments aro suspended The capital has boon declared ju a state of siege and individual socurltlc3 aro suspended Surrounded as President Barillas is by stupid people who know nothing but to Hat lor him rnln is imminent Memlizahei Minister of personally commands tho loyal troops at from whence orders are issued to the Hold the location of which is unknown Tho active army of Guatemala consists of between twentytwo and twentylive thousand men but the force Is rapidly diminishing on account of loshos in battle and desertions caused by hunger and privations The Minister of Foreign Relations Martinez Scbrol has notified Fernando Cruz tlio Guatemalan Minister to tho United to Washington and confer with tho State Department and ask tho assistance and protection of tho United States This means is usually employed by the Guatemalan Government whon trouble arises occasioned by its own stupidity Minister of Finance finds it impos sible to issue bonds on a loan from tho bankers of Paris Tho Salvadorian troops havo fought like lions and it is supposed that if admission is gained totlie capital bloody scenes will fol low as they arc seeking revenge Tho American Government has ordctxd tho manofwar Thetis to the port of San Joye and hor captain is sometimes seen in this city American minister Mtaneivfrom which 1t is surmised that tho United States has ordered protection for her citizens An English frigate and two Spanish steamers havo been ordered to San lose Tho Italian minister has asked his Government to send n manofwar at onca to protect her subjects GeneralHogran the president of Hondu ras is at Tofiuagalpa tho capital of the re public cowardly character it in thought will cause him To lloo to oscapo tho fate of Ivivas Doctor Ayabu tho socalled constitntHunxl priest of Salvador TV ill probably resign his ofnce received at tho hands of ho has enlisted vlth ZabJo in tho causo of BarHlas fclfc rillas still remains in Msoulcc but inside of fifteen djays thoend wril be knoyn of prosiHent who sont areprcsenta tiiveto tho ranAmejTcan Gongressrin Wash ington undagreed to resort to for tho settlement of international difli culties A TWO DAYS BATTLE LA LrniiitTAD San Kews from capital had been waited here with feverish anxiety It was known that General Jose Rivas had proved a traitor to Ezcta and was marching on the capital the head of his army of Indians bnt the wires were down and no connection could bo had with San Salvador At last nication was restored and thon came the news of the death of Rivas and tho defeat of his army Upon the of Menendez Rivas waa invited among other military officers who had bexon refugees under tho Monendez government to return to his country Rivas camo back and sent word to tliat ho would organize the Gojntepeqne1 Indians into an army to assist vhim in his war against Guatemala never sus pecting treachery from Rivas assented and tho latter armed and equipped COOO men Subsequently Exoa learned that Rhras con templated a move on the capital arid or dered General Antonio Ezetsi his brother the hero of eleven buttles with Guateraa Juris to place able generals in command of I the aimv of and with 2000 vefc erans return to Salvudorian soil and follow j Rivas Indian This movement was executed by forced l marches licforo the younger Ezeta readied the city of San Salvador Rivas made his attack Then came up and 1 tho buttle began Rivas made fourteen i attacks on the Prosrdenis palace in San j Salvador bnt was repulsed each time His I Indians to loot the town and I did pillage many stores General Ezeta linally forced Ilivas to leave tho city and he retreated to Santa Tecla a town on tha between this city and the capital Hero Rivas fortified himself and when came up with him his surrender was demanded Rivas refused to and one of the hottest and most desperate battles fought during the present Central American war followed For fortyeight hours without cessation the conflict was carried on with varied successes by both armies Blood flowed like water the Indians fighting more like demons than men When they lost their favorite knife was used with dcadly effect At times tne fighting was so heated that they used clubs The Indians wero mowed down by the deadly rain of lead from Ezetas army vrliich never wavered from its duty its ranks as they thinned closing up with clockHire precision Street after street was taken The lighting at night was se vere the Indians preferring this method of warfare rather thanto fight by day At last Rivas was shot through the back and fell dead in his tracks and i became demoralized and were Ectas veterans With the conclusion of this sanguinary conflict the body of Rivas was publicly exr posed in the place of battle und indignities heaped upon it aff a to other traitors feafed there would been no hope of a v r continuation of tho v niali but with his success it that Guatemala will be sition already Salvadorian araiyin j donedby Ezeta when down the Is his malan territoryat   

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