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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING PITAT or la City Combined THE MOST EXTENSIVB In tlio Kocky Mountain 210 CITY KOB2STNG AUGUST 11 1890 PBICE FIVE CE3STTS THE RECIPROCITY PROBLEM No Foundation for the Presidential Message Story BLAINE AHD ELXINS DISAGREE Interesting From the New and the Dakotas Fall Below The Congressional Aug TMs Francisco Chronicle absurd story that the President Bending special messjiRR to Congress erri bodying his vlewfl on tho reciprocity tion Is Htill floating about in circles The Htory never had tbo slightest foundation in fact but tho suggnstlon was a taking one and his found many believers An evening papor makes the announcement that the unusual lenglh of thoCabinot meeting Friday was caused by a dismission of tho propriety of sending a special message to Congress in regard to reciprocity No such was considered nor It cvon in xslrtentally referred to ft is Itiirned that Stephen IJ Mr political dilTera very widely from tho Hoc rotary of State regarding tho adopllorv of tho roclproeul relations with our Southern nijighborH Ho the proposlUou as InOxpodlerifcaMdimprHCfcloablo and thinks Mio tJrrlted States will commit a grave error In loading ItHolf to suoh a schomo The have undergone a shrinkage process sinco thoy wore admitted In tho report to tho House In March 1888 upon tho admission ot tho States tho population of Dakota was put nt and this was re garded as rather within the mark than bo ynud It Tho ttgimiH ot tlio Intordouonnlal COIIKUS of tho Dakotas taken InJune 1685 noiLfor tlio truth and havo not greatly improvoU Whllo a groat many poisons boon going to tho Dakotas a groat many discouraged by a suecuasion of ad vorso seasons havo gono away to Washing ton and Oregon A comparison ot tho pop ulation ot tho two States according to tho inlcrdooennlal corpus of tho count of tho census of 1800 inako tho following showing 1835 1800 ISUtlOO Smith It will be observed that the population of the State of South Dakota is tujual to tho full ratio of Oongrosslonal scheme so that thati State will retain its two Itoine sonUfclves on Thcco in a disappointment In store for MonUiMsi In tlm report upon tho admission of the Sfcatn the population WHS estimated at In 1888 Thct vote Indicated u popu lation in 1880 of Mr Porters rough aqcjnt tho Stato only As Union a hus hoen deprived by the consus of about liulf tho population that It thought it had tlio outcome ought not to bosurpris Tt Is snld at the census offloo that the States of Minnesota and Nebraska shown phenomenal IncreaseIn population The postal card returns Indicate Unit tho in crease In each Stato will approximate 000 Tho population of Colorado Is estimated nf Tt was In 1880 thus showing that It has doubled during tho past ton years Washington will probably show a popula tion of In 1880 tho Territory hitt Inhabitants so that tho population hus more than quadrupled slnoo tho census of that year It Is now considered a settled fact that Illinois will take Ohios place as tho third State in point of population Tho enormous Increase In six hundred thousand in ton contributed grpafcly to this result COtjfCWKSSIOiVAt VBOBABILXTITBS WASIIINOTON Aug 10 Associated to the faot that many bors nive gone to Boaton to attend the Grand Army encampment It Is probable that little business will bo transacted in the House before tho latter part of tho week It was tho intention of tho loaders to assign tho week to tho Agricultural Committee which seeks action on the compound lard and moat Inspection hills and to the on Education which Is veady to cull up tho bill to extend aid to agricultural colleges In the Senate the River and Harbor bill will bo taken up It la expected that thw conference reports on tho Sundry Civil Ap propriation bill ancl the Land Graut For feiture bill will also be presented CASUALTIES A Boy Fnl Is Over ft Minor Killed MANITQIT Au to Tho son of Mr J J Treat was yesterday exploring tho wonders ot 1lainss canon Ho was standing on thotop of soino high rooks whonhis footslipped and he fell over a precipice between 200 and 250 foot high Tho lad received gashes but no bones were broken It Is a marvelous thing that he was not kilted out right considering tho groat distance ho foil and tho rooky nature of the ground with which ho camo in contact so unexpec tedly Tho point over which ho tum bled Is exceedingly and his escape la tho talk of the village His feelings in tho rapid descent word as his breath oaino In short quick gasps andho turned half around several times ln midair Ho is getting alongas wolUia could bo expected under tho circumstances1 It is feared that Ixo is injured bo impossible to toll for a few days A MOWBU ACCtMIST ANTONITO Aug to terrible accident occurred this morning on a ranch near jn which the daughter of C 0 culij off just above the acklo Brady vras driving a mower little daughter was playing sho ran In front of tho mower her father couM stop the knife had sev er ed the foot justabove The doctor said the amputation was as iinooth if performed by a surgeon jVMIKER Aug to G31Hsr a minor started to RO to the Surfaco on a bucket loaded with ore about half way up ifrcim1 ono side of tho shaft catching Gilliss head between bucicet It jelly Tho fell ft open friendly negotiations for a rotransfer of the drainage and city waterworks from tho English company to the Government Forecasts of tho financial policy of tho Government are untrustworthy The Finance Minister Is not yet furnished enough balance to show the financial of the Nation THE BOSTON POET DEAD John Boyle OReilly Takes an Over close of Chloral BOSTOW Aug Boyle OReilly poet and editor of theBoston Pilot died this afternoon His fleutb Is supposed to have beon caused by an overdose of chloroform talion for Insomnia OReilly had been suffering for several days from insomnia During tho past week ho slept but little Last night his wife was unwell and he called Dr Litchfield to at tend nor The doctor wont to the house and proscribed for leaving a bottle of medicine At 2 oclock this morning OReilly again called tho doctor and said that part of tho mod Id no loft for Mrs OReilly had been spilled The doctor then gave him a single dose to take Mo her As ho left tho doctors OKoiliy said that ho felt extremely tired If Mrs OReilly wont to sloop he would taken llttlo something himself to see if ho cotilci not pot a few hoars sloop At 4 oclock Mrs OReilly awoke1 and found her husband missing She wont down stairs and found him lying on tho floor In an unconscious condition Tho doctor was JmmfcdJatMiy called but OReilly expired in a short tlrno It Is thought that ho muse taken a dose of chloral to make him sloop and ho took an overdose Mrs ORoUlys arid her four daughters are nearly prostrated with grief HENRY GEORGES IMPRESSIONS HK ABKIVJ5S IN ENGLAND AND TALKS ABOUT AUSTKALJA Ho Preachod Singlw Tiixantl Trade to A Aug fTRXBUNK San Francisco Chronicle Henry was picnicking yoatordaywlth English friends at Kpning tolling them abouli his four months tour In Australia To a correspondent ho said Though my position on tho tariff question brought bitter opposition from tho Australian protection ists J had a warm greeting attentive audi ences tho heartiest of goodbyes I left tho country convinced that tho single tax idea wus firmly roofcort there It is becoming a powerful factoiIn practical politics es pecially In Now South Wales whore the Une Is being sharply drawn between tho single tax principle on thcono hand and protection on the other Hide My visit to Atistralia has mo great Ideas of the possible future of tho country In many respects It Is tho most intcrestlnp country in tho world to Americans It Is the development of another branch of tho same people under conditions divprso enough to allprd us Instructive com parjSQri things which could profitably learn from them besides the Australian ballot and there are things In which thoy might profit by our cxperioHoo In character and ways of thought America Ms nearer Aus tralia than Great Britain yet between the American republic and the great Demo cratic nation which Is growing in tho south ern soaathoro is nothing Ilka tho commer cial intercourse which should naturally ex ist About tho only practical interest taken In tho United States by these regions tQday is In our attempts to raise tho value of silver throught tho world by buying and burying tons of It ovory month The aboli tion of our tariff would give us great trade and close intercourse with Australia mak ing San Francisco and Now York the great route of Australian Intercourse with Eu rope If reciprocity treaties arc to be made Australia Is one of tho first countries that should bo considered Tho United States can no more compote with Australia In raising wool than Louisiana can compete with In producing ice and tho froo admission ofAustrallas wools to our mar kets would bo a u n versa blessing to our woolen manufnotuers and consumers A good deal less expensive and more profita ble than sending a few warships to show anp flag In the antlodos would bo sending a proper commission to thoroughly examine our report on tUo magnificent success of the stalo owned railways of tho Australian col my whole long journey from Aus tralia through tho greatest highway of tha worlds commerce I never onco sawan American flag until 1 observed ono on a gondola in the grand canal at Vbnico which an American tourist had subsidized to carry It of an Ancient Captain Nicholas Costollo of Harerhill is dead wus In his lOSth year and until a tow weeks ago had full contro of his faculties Ho native of Iro land and otimo to this country in the gang oflanorors to lay tho Boston Lowell Ka lie afterward In 1832 worked on the Uostou Klaino January 15th 1SSQ he cpjpbrutocl his 100th birthday with a recep tion at tho Globo Kink Havorhill that was attended by a large crowd He had boeii a as tho party had existed His photographs circulation as tho oldest IVbmocrat in the country and lie rocolvod letters of congratulation from Olpvcland and a number of loading Democrats lie was never married Hfi leaves two sisters who aro also near the century mark THE NEWS OF OTHER LANDS tj in Modern Athens A smilo as big as a barn door adorns oouatonancowhen it reads bifithe social aspiratiQns of somo of people who havo gono toLondon this I t appears to the selfassured Boston Ian thai society in that vast town is hothiug if not he no longer at tho attraction it pos ovorybody who isnt any wlteri ovorybody who isnt bodyJSuccoods without dilVtcnlty iu get ting in Herald Stick to Ills Jjast cbinlcts had just Ucliarged Yhat were you put iA tlift first Making cauintcr atisworod the now Bocomo a dealer in u What were you under whatare you a private Thei Babyv Coach as a Nuisance 1 baby carriage is a public and it around is liable to at Oswego hastjgivehia taming the the Views of Eminent p th Kemmler Electrocution A SCIENTIFIC HANGING PREFERRED Emperor William Visits His Lates Has a Uni versal Suffrage Fee ble Dutch Foreign News LONDON Aug Dls Francisco Chronicle There has been only one groat topic of con vorsatioti in England sinceWednesday Tho doings of tin Queens mishap tho illness of the Duches of Fife the mooting at Chatham have passed Into insignificance beside the ab sorbing Kemmler electrocution Gladstone who wus followed down to Hawardeu did uoc hesitate to speak freely upon the sub ject 1 have road tho i details of the ex ecution 1ii too said he and I should judgo o so painful a spectacle may induce the State Legislature of Now York to reconsider the law That law was passed IP tho Interes of humanity I havo no doubt and tho only fault that I can find with It as one in experienced In such matters Is in the method of Its rocont Do you tlilnk thar eleptrootitlon will ever ho introduced into England In tho present frfimo of mind of the peoplo I should siiy decidedly not I stll will think that electricity prop erly and sciohtllioaliy applied may bo merciful and painless method of executing His Eminence Cardinal planning said The execution of Kommlor will no doubt bo used as a by the oppo nents of capital Tho old Te aneyeior aneyo and a tooth for a tooth was mfiiuestlonahly tho origin 01 the death penalty but chqfcgreatminds of this and past generations lutve cried loudly for a repeal of this methodof dealing with criminals The fearof the penalty has not had any ollect In preventing mur ders since Jn his rage docs not stay to cotisldor the price called on topay for his deed and if it is premeditated he hopes and expectsto evade the vigilance of tbedaw and escape dote Up in a second floor offlco of a semicircu lar with windows looking ciear down Fleet street to Black friars bridge sat Michael Davitt Bo is re covering serious illness and is figur ing out tho intricate problem of how o get his now labor upon the market I have road tho accounts ofthe ho said and thoy made my blood run cold am not expert enough to venture an opinion as tpwhether the of execution Is a merciful one or has tentimes tho attendant horrors of the common hang Doyou think the method will erer bo Introduced into England cant tellrbut you may be sure that wo wont have it In if wo can help it 1 dont approve of any form of capital niust bo had a well Conducted hanging wlien the rope is prop erly neck is sci on fcifically any other RUSSIA AND The of the Jewish com munity in this city and Berlin diller as to the line of action Is advisable to adopt to mitigate of Jews in Kussla and unless seme harmonious policy bo agreed upon not likely that much good will result philanthropy Letters have by thorn from Russia warning them English and German such interference is seriously attempted Itwill wreak itself upon thousands of miserable beings whose cries cannot bo hoard boyond the ears of their oppressors France too is aroused by tho hardships of tho Jews in Kussla and tho of this country havebeen made the recipients of aiv appeal asking them to thoir influ ouco to induoo the Government to make quiet representations to the Govern ment at St of the Jews The Jewish Wpjld cpmriierittng on the pro posal which haSbeononiide that tho Jews ought to use the solidar ity of their boycott Russia and thereby force tho statesmen of that country to revise tho Jewish laws arid act humanely says that nothing could than tho supposedability of the Jews to combine for uny purp6so whatever Toby are thoroughly scattered and disintegrated as a race In 13S3 the Jfothsch lids declined to negotiate aloiiirfor JRussia tho porsecuticms Cxar found no difficulty whatever obtaining a loan through tho agency Mendels sohns and other The London financier Benjamin Cohen advocates a joint remonstrance by all Earopean powers but there Is little chanceof anything of this i sort being really attempted thousand peoplo took place in to in behalf of universal suffrage large number of people came to partici dato i n tho were many women In line The troops werocbhfined to their barracks day Police patrolled tho streets but everything was orderly A terrific up causedthe pro cession to disperse the rain ceased the their ranks and marched to St Park where speacheswere Delegatesfronuthe Labor and Progressist parties met this evening arid fol lowing Yon have asked what is the countrys Violent revolutionary made by several summon a con sider tho BERLIN imperial yacht accompanying squadron Heligolond this morning Henry rioonJitnd were Von Boetticher gave the Em The Emperofi delivered1 slior t add ress holstedv A land battery a salu te cheorKfpf the populace Von Boetticher dwelt lipdriittirgiiifliiuteofthe event as be divided which ospecl 1 the jiiiasterivWahd to his room but the alarmist reports are without foundation A SHORTHAND MOXDMENT MUNICH Aug monument to Sten ORrapher unveiled in this city today Tho Burgomcistcr and dele gates from shorthandsocieties o Europe and New York delivered addresses all eulo gizing Gabelsburge and his system DUELING NOT OBLIGATORY PARIS Aug confidential circulars sent to the commanders of the army the Government states that the array will henceforth censetb be obligatory even in cases where personal violence has been used A RUSSIAN PRINCE KILLED SEBASTOPOL Aug persons were killed by the bursting of a steam pipe on he Russian manofwar Among the victims was Prince TChilkjofl1 Milton Reynolds Dead EDMOND Oklahoma Aug W Reynolds better the West as Kicking died herelast night from nervous prostration Induced by fatigue during the recent political campaign He had just been at large to the Territorial Legislature Reynolds has been an active newspaper worker since 1S152 in various cities in the West Bostons Grand Army Visitors BOSTON AUK ofpeople from neighboring townsyisjted the city today to inspect arranged in honor of the Grand Among the dologa ions that arrived today was one from Fort Davis Texas and twenty three members of various Idaho posts The United Yorktown and torpedo boat Cashing rived in the harbor this evening GUATEMALAS PRESIDENT DEPOSED THK MINlSTJmS RESIGN AND CONFU SIOJNT B13IG1SS PrcHK of the on tlio Coffoo Crop pox in Guatemala Eflcc Small LA LTBEHTAD Aug TBIBTTNE Dis San Francisco Chronicle A courier who has arrived at the frontie from tho City of GuatemaJa says that tin rumors of revolution in that city irc true and that the story of president downfall Is also true IV havo attempted to onflrnr the story of the deposition of th GuatemalMTn President but am to get any further information at this point It is said that the Guatemalan Cabinet sen In thoir resignations which Barillas refusec to and ordered thepi to remain their posts iThis they refused to Barillas them letters dismissing thorn from the Galilnet Everything became conr fusionafter the of the Cabinet President and it is said that Dr Antonio Lazo Arralga one of the first lawyers In Guatemala has been placed in temporary power until the arriva of General Jose Maria Barrios fronr San Francisco who is to be the Pres idency GUATEMALAS TRODBpES CITY OF GrjATEMALA Aug pjy Mes senger to Press though handcuffed Most of the In formation war vwith Salvador comes throughthe and the public receives but little irCorethaii Government chooses Many the Guatemala troops are dissatisfied withtheir dfHbers and prefer the generals under whbin they served in other campaigns Because of this some of them have fought badlyi two cpmpanioi going to theextent of throwlh away their arms ancl running at tlie first fire A number of young Americans have offered their services to President Barillas especially offering to accompany him to the field as his bodxgiiardjf he should1 findit necessary to go The President expressed his warmest appreciation of this generosity of the asit is about tho only safe body guard he can havo in these troublous times when his most reliable ofilcers might prove false Some of the arms taken from the Oolima are now carried by policemen in this city If the war continues fora month or two it will cost the owners of the coffee planta tions in this country millions of dollars The coffee harvest is just and crops will be lost as all the plantations are completely pickers to supply troops for the army and not only will almost the entire crop of lost but as the coffee tree will not bear well for five or six years after it has once remained unpicked tho war will causa the ruin of the ioffeo crop for several years to come For more than two months the republic lias been suffering the pest of smallpox r It lias been more than a month ihthe capital and seems to have come to stay TilEACHERY IN THE CABINET OITT OF MEXICO Aug Associated The indefinite rumors of the past three regarding a revolution inthe ity of Guatemala have crystalized Wliile there has been no open revolt Barillas dis overed treachery in the Cabinet andfit is enerally believed here that his Government will soon fall and that he forced refuge in the United States obral Secretary of Foreign Relations who ivas accused by Barillas of being a traitor was takenput to be shot but was saved by the iimely intervention of the Spanish Minister reat excitement was the discov ery of the socalled Sobral treachery r Some Genuine We have heard of the lady of who upon a certain occasion oaly real disinterested ever f rom a coal who asked ler permission to his pipe in the jleamihg of Anotheivcompllmeht true and genuine according to a good old school story aid by a sailor who sent by o carry a letter to the lady of his ailor having delivered his missive stood azlng in silent admiration upon thefaceof jhe lady for she was very v my good m said she foriwhat do you wait There is no answer to be re the sailor returned Ayith humble deference I would like to name i not see It on this 1 I never learned fo Vline hard rough K v what reason my good man v would you know my name1 v answered the old tar looking f death afore me 1 would liko to call the ame of th e br Igh test th i ng I d in ifo Thered indt even iiithei hiclv Lcdrjcr Cbul4ntPTell i Difference v famous n ths f NeV to a NewjYoijk club mah ome of thQ f h ich is i m iid e m ostly In coin co nnty i heinaln and away to mellow Iitage CSlub men so ng it seems to be act DISAPPOINTED STRIKERS The Knights DnaHe to Continue th Central TicUp WHY THE ENGINEERS WONT HELP THEM They Have Not Forgotten the Q1 Officials Make a State ment and Refuse to Trains Runas Usual iitained it NnwYOKTC Avig complete par alysis of all traffic on the New York Centra caused by the Knights of Labor when thej struck their first blow Friday night led thorn to bolieve that they could maintah the stoppage of business on tho roads of the company This they have not succeeded in doing and It is evident that a general feel ins of disappointment prevails among the strikers though they will not admit this Thoy placed strong reliance on tho assist ance of the Brotherhood of Locomotive En gineers who according to tho Knights were to have taken a hand in the Ogbt last night Holland himself told a reporter that ther wasan understanding to this effect bur to day ho said ho had heard nothing further about the matter and could not tell what the Brotherhood would do A prominent member of the Brotherhooc of Engineers said today that the locomotive engineers wore not to be in this strike It was not their tight but of course he added Should they he ordered out they would go He did not think such order would be given The brotherhood members have not forgot ten Q strike in which their places were taken by Knights of Labor anc they are not over anxious to help the now Today tho regular schedules for passen ger service on the Hudson River and Now York Central and Harlem roads was re sumed the only change being of consolida tion of certain outgoing western trains The tioup on the West Shore road which was inaugurated last night did not affect passenger tniffic Freight business wa brought a standstill but the passenger trains ran as usual and wcro very little de Police Captain McTlvainy who Is on duty at the Grand Central depot said today that he had seldom seen a more orderly crowd of strikers Therewere no loungers and no gatherings anywhere A notice posted in tho depot today stated that persons seek ing employment on tho New York Central should make application at the Wagner Applications were received by thescore One of the officials said that 150 men had been taken on all being experi enced railway men THE COMPANYS POSITION As a result of the conference hold by the railroad officials Third VicePresideut Webb latq circular givin on tho strike In the circular Webb states that the compajiy in selecting thoir men do not propose that they be designated by the Knights of Labor that when promotions are to be made the company will riot be bound by seniority rules promulgated by the Knights of Labor duo consideration will be given to length of but the first and most important rule will be the qualifications of the men tor the place If the em ployees havogrieyances the proper officers will grant hearings andsee that considera tion is given but will not allow outsiders to interfere between employer and employee For this Webb says he refused to allow Holland any of the differ ences allegedto exist between the company and Its employees and not for tho reason as stated that objects to the employees being members of labor organi A JOEBTING OF KNIGHTS Workman Lee of the strikers dis trict assembly arrived from Albany today and attended a the Knights this afternoon More than 3000 were present Leo was enthusiastically received Reports received from various local assem blies along the lino of the road What they were not be learned Late this afternoon new orders were Is sued for thepolice made necessary by the attempt to run freight trains will be made tomorrow The main body of police will be stationed in the vicinity of Spuyten Duyvil which is considered the key of the situation No trouble antici pated Holland and SecretaryHayes of the Executive of Labor left to night fur Detroit Before their departure they ordered all ilremen on the Vanderbilt roads here toquit work At this hour en gines are deserted at the Grand Central t PASSENGER TRAINS ABANDONED The Chicago and North Shore due here at 4 oclock this afternoon was tied up by the strikers at Dewitt and is not expected to arrive until 1 oclock to morrow There is great trouble at Dowitt and the militia called employees on the train that slopped at Dewitt took out the couplingpins and threatened violence men whomight go to work The train from Buffalo andSyracuse due oclock this morning stopped and desertedthis side of Syracuse WILD NOT ARBITRATE of theKnights called on VioePresident Webb tonight a letter from Father Doucey favoring arbitration Webb declined treat with Hayes as he said there was nothing to arbitrate and be could not take back the under any circumstances District Workman Lee said that he ar rived from Albany for the purpose of taking charge of At8 oclock and Hayes announced that affairs had taken such a shapethat they wouldnot start for Detroit atpreseiit WILL START A FREIGHT At midnight 1000 police were stationed from the various precincts to takeposses sion ofthe railroad tracks from Spuyten DuyVilAt ten oclock in rthe morning itIs to start tho train MIMTIAAJ SYRACUSE SYRACUSE Aug compa nies of commandat the armory aci sixty P in kerton men h aye been worn in as deputy been gotten but and thlng is said upon good authority that air effort open the road at East Syra cuse inthe morningi and that the militia wilB be On hand to fire should there be any interference on the part of the THE LQCKPORT KNIGHTS STRIKE y Aug thirty Labor Including Distant brake1 yardmen and employed on the Central at tb struck g mi erf incl firemen not use their bayonets Finally the train was moved up into tho yard under tho pro tection of State soldiers THE FLUEMEX STRIKE CniCAGO Aug Now York special Early this morning Monday all locomotive firemen members of the Broth erhood of Locomotive Firemen on the Hud son Uiver division of tho Niiw York Central Hudson River railroad joined tho striking Knights of Labor This de fection will It is feared com pletely block travel over the Now York Central and Hudson Elver between this city and It is rumored that it has been definitely decided to strikeon tho Lake Shore Michigan Central and Michigan Southern today It is determined to tie up the main line of the Central all the way from New York to Chicago The Turners as Soldiers there was a war between the United States and another said an army officer as he stood on the sidewalk and watched a company of turners march by behind a brass band tho turner organiza tions of tho country could put into tho field within twentyfour hours athletic young men who would make as good soldiers as over carried a musket They are all young very muscular above tho average in intelligence and they havo been so strictly disciplined and drilled that a brig ado of them would become a terror to tho enemy within a conple of months People complain somdmust that the young men of tho country do not take any Interest in military affairs but they forget thai tho turner organisations are training young men who will make the best soldiers tho world everknew If tho occasion comes for them to bo called to tho Com mcrcialGazctlc THE LATEST FAO IN INDIA The Poisoning of Pood Becomes i Popular Practice SCORES OF VICTIMS HAVE DIED The Natives Kiurclor Indiscrimi nately Out of Pure Arizona Kids Texan Criminal Record MATT CULLEN EXPELLED HE AND DON ANGUS RULED OFF THK ASSOCIATION TK VCKS He Accnsed Jmdgon of Buying Pools and lliixx of it Sporting Kocord BUTTB August to sensation at the Anaconda driving park yesterday afternoon Just before calling up the horses for the first race Mr Grattan announced from the judges stand that Mr Matt Oullcn of Salt Lake and his were expelled from the tracks of the American Trotting Association This Is tho outcome of the dispute that followed last Fridays pacing race in wltich the entries wcro Don Angus and Mr Holms bay gelding Bawley The race was given to Bawley because as tho judges decided of fouling by Don Anguss driver This action displeased Mr Cullon and on yesterday morning ho published the following challenge In consideration of the fact that I be lieve my pacing horse Don Angus was robbed of the race with Bawley at the race track at Anaconda today by tho unfair and unwarrantable decision of tho judges and in consideration of the further fact that I am confident that my horso can beat Baw loy every day In the such i that of today where I can obtain a match Don Angus against Bawley for S5000 a side tho take place City and truck or tomorrow on the honest judges in the stand who will refrain from purchasing pools on either In expelling the judges were governed by the authority given in Kule 121 of the code of tho American Trotting Association which roads Tf any rider driver or attendant of a horse or any other person at anytime or place use Improper language to the officers of thecourse or the judges of a race or be guilty of improper con duct toward suchofficers or judges or per sons ordeis such im proper language or conduct having refer ence to or with tho course or any race thereon the person or persons so offending shall be punished by a fine not exceediug or by suspension or by Mr exercise his prerogative to send a report of the case to the secretary of the association Meanwhile he can not participate in any racing conducted by the the American Associatian The Western Association DENVER 12 BIOUX CJTY Sioux OMAHA 5 I KANSAS CITY St 6 Kansas The American Association TOLEDO 7 ST 14 Des Moines 6 Louisville 5 A Story of Distress Aug sealed bot tle wasfoundIn harbor this morning contalng a letter Britten on cartridge paper dated June 1890 It stated that the nglish Edjnond of Hull England ivas and longitude un thirteen men on Uoard and all ina starred condition 1 Hovrto Capture Canada It seems in the natural order of things in tho United States that Canada should be armed cruisers n the St Lawrencewatching the fishermen of the United States who are compelled to take out licenses from a foreign government 0 authorize tliem to pursue their peaceful vocation with the assembling of a fleet of armed from both countries Behring Straits to detect or protect Canadian sealers witlr rumors of prejparations increase of iefensive armament the arrival of torpedo oats the construction the Bermuda cable justified pnly bywar piirpcwes and other unusual movementsin time of t is no wonder that the people of the united States are startled and that the question is icsked as not the time for the capture of Canada come No one dreams of war for this purpose No other f two chave interests so there are none whose future s si others peace and prosperity as Great Britain and the Uni ted never was less inclination lipparent among any people than among Dhose of the Uriitedv States for the acquire mentiof ndditionaliterritory by the aid ot he Thereris a great I esi ayi a n ecess f an ex pansion of ito continental dlnien ions arid cow merclally captured means of policy t clear way vilf the v enormous of this Oreater Half kof the cart be aciB to tlie progress of the United cccupahcy hrough pnrchasei deyelop pMipTO CALCUTTA Aug PTRIBUNT Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle epidomio of poisoning which broke outearly In tho year has now ex tended over a large proportion of India and through many districts a virtual reign of terror exists At more than half of tho districts hugh placards arc displayed saying not as in America Beware of pick but beware of poisoners A detailed warning is also given to travelers against accepting the hospitality of nattvea or purchasing drinks or eatables of any kind v These precautions are rendered neces sary by tho fact that organized gangs ol poisionors have infested tho rail ped dling fruit cakes drinks etc to passen gers chiefly tho stations Their wares are poisoned and scores of perspns havo met death at their hands Moreover the inhab itants of the villages themselves have taken up tho trade and poison thosp whom they colve as guests In these latter cases the object appeurs to bo plunder but in the former it can only he simply a desire to murder since tho poisoners have no oppor tunity to rob the bodies of their victims A perfect mania for such crimes has for some time prevailed on nearly all the routes of travel throughout India and in spite of the police the horrible trade is stil pursued There Is also a mania for poisoning for All sorts of purposes for vengeance for plunder for torture for tho fulfillment of religious vows In many cases the food exposed for sale in tho markets has been poisoned whole sale The reports of tho i Government chemists who analyzed all the articles under suspicion of poison are most startling in character and give such picture of human depravity as can scarcely be found elsewhere QTJS TURN52R mES BUTXK Aug 10 Special U Gus Turner the mail who was shot atGarrison on Thursday lasf by a worthless character known as Ari zona died last nightat Sti Hospital in Deer The niurderen who says his name Is Frank Smith th as been removed to the penitentiary for safe keep ing RS the community isgreatly over tho shooting and talk of hat been freely indulged in V TOUGH Texas Aug Associated Considerable excitement was occas ioned this morning when becafme known wertf at midnightSaturday wMle in a buggy from Belton to About a week ago Wisfiman f Was WT tried here for murder and found J The verdict did not give i un I versal satisfaction Ho killed a deputy wstrsliiKl at Temple last thischarge ho shot a man In a gambling house The woman who was exercised herself inhls in the above cases The clue whatever to tho oftlie sin A NEW YORK t NEW YOKK Aug A flght between striking coatmakersaVid and Joseph Kaptine proprietors of a llveirf stable situated immediately beneatli coatmakers headquarters Ailefi1 The liverymen have sometime by the ing on the sidewalk pt their stable and today attempted to f bly remove them A ensued jo which the employees of the stable assistance Many were severely both sides but no one seriously The police stopped tho fight andarrested fifteen of the rioters THKEE GENERATIONS HANCOCK N Aus Mrs Benjamin Halstcad Halsteftd lier daughter Mrs Peter Logan another daughter and Mrs Bi Benjamin Balstead representing three generations eloped with four Mrs Logans husband followed arid came upon Joseph Murray who was In company with his tho altercation which ensmsd shot Logan dead The murderer was arrested A NIAGARA FAILS TRAGEDY v Nisw YORK Aug The BfcjraMV gara Falls special Two Bocfiester detebv tives accompanied by the wife of Qiiiglej arrived this morning The detectives tlfied the authorities that were in quest of the body of a woni an supposed haye been murdered July 27th by her hup1 band The woman was the accused hui bandssister and to point out the pot where the crime The party proceeded toward whirl pool and when about yfird3 below the elevator leading to the woman exclaimed There Is the sjwt under that precipice lies the body of Arthur Days wife The af top hours of bard climbing reached tle spot Indicated where the body of the Avoman was found mangled the roc Ira From what particulars were obtainable It appears that Day had committed the crime is charged with having hurled his wife down the It tppearsthat wife No 2 becanje acquainted withvthla fact and notified the police An Aeronaut Killed PORTLAND lOirrC grave the was instantly killed his afternoon while makingf When about rom the ground he lost his hold onthe par aschute and fell He was mangled almoit seyoud recognition v PatricJcs The of the effect of the odor of strong cheese to it are pretty numerous the Boston Courier but to the list one more may be added since it Is i In the suburbs of Boston who is something and not lo frequently be he city 6n his return from business y Idbit or jome particularly choice and beingSaturdkr lobie withhim for hisf Arrived at the man with the buggy and he put the bundle onjthelwttfl lay At dinner he remt lacy and t f or 3 what done which Deleft   

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