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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE MOST EXTENSIVE i BEST ROCKY MOUNTAIN CIRCULATION EXCCEBINQ OP ALL THE OTHER DjffiES CITY COMBINED VOL SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY MDENDSTG AUGUST 29 PRICE FIVE CEKTS The Democracy Still Shrieking Fraud andAbusing Dudley THE FEBEBAL MALIGNED cnflnrsss bill and Lhe LaMot pledKes tho party to a strict uriforcomont of tho prohibition law Tho convention ronorolnatecl IMeklcr and substituted John of Vankton for Congressman Glflord Governor Molletto AVHS alfio re noiniuatfd by Tito ticket coraplcted as follows LlfiiitonantGovernor G A Holfman rftarv of State 31 U Eingarnd Teasuror Taylor Rod field Robort Dollard Ron Mom me The Idaho republicans Are Grate to DuboisTIio Idaho Pcmo nratic South Jcota Con f venfcions Held I AUK Han Tho Inliiina Ttomocralle SUto OonvrnMnn ricf oxGovormw pr A plJitfomi ftllosclns that Harrison and Morton nar tho State in by fraud 1 1 says of Infllnjiu for uml hy Mm wirnw ixKainst tlics i i an Am Am thwft luulcr I of Wuflf Dudley then ntid IKW trciisiiror of Na tional Cotnrnittfto ami by thy pro of Mm IwlfTfi in thlsStftlft imd National m traUou of Bonifimln Hurrison inah a i accessory fllr to tyw Ktlir lit criminals frnm iad for ttuir iitil ol inn J ijTfixfn prostHiUion ol tniiviniifry ol inn i CViiirt for Oislriut by its unrl ti find of conKpirators he siitiniKtMiopKM Mitfji tho niopt chapter in thi judKMfii annuls of the Republic U duiKiiiicf thu tiirin1 monopolists ror ffforts to porpcMiiUi In finwr TnvcHiirfN iiioonsiritftnt with frcd imn lo iiiornls VVollndin thu Iorw lJlMjtioii hill nitcn honuili UK MoKinKv Turin1 lull Uui opjn of ti KiuanMc Mn rninority to oppress yroitiiinu if4fI wltti tui uiMiilon for We tho Silver HO Milled HH JIM iKiioiniiifius lc Un tnorsfty II of silver nnrl of the foqulr Mif romontitixfition f silvr und ion to iMiimlity will Konl m OUP hMiinnrl thitfrfo inul of silver upon the Imsbi fisisiincc prior u We are in fnvor as hiivn hrjftii of ft nnrl liberal pension systfiin We Uie for miikinp pledges to tho in JSH8 tinvii not been junl even jiol inteiulfld tn bo iind wo wnni lim against further nUeinptsiil dowptlon from the riitrno inutrter ud reioice nt the eviderice of nri luvakennifc o the fit rimrs of the to the tucissity for orua n to thoiiown csoiKlition and theinsclvus iinrl an ovprtsslvft administration from ncfiiiirinc lands in America and for fumit tire of title to nf our public Innds now hflrt by Wo favor the elccUion of United Slniw Senators by the peoplr WiMipnlauil law the law to pro vent tlio laws for tlio protection miners and the law provunttnK the tuie of IlnkPrlon the repeal of tho intimidation law of 1S8I as inamfes inllons of tin steadfast frlejulsriip of tho Demo cratic party to tint workintfinen We to llMSnlaws as thai our Irioridslilp to AmoHciui labor is contlned to words alone tho employinont of linkerton a iiHti lv a VaUroml corporation in IsewNork n ii pending ooutest with Us employees iiiurhnld it to be the duty of the Suite and local offlcovs cneivwhtio to prevent such sm nsiripation by ciipitiil of tho poilcfi power of the Stale aru M the only Just and fair meMod of settliiiK labor controversies we demaiul of tho next hetrislature tiiu pnssjiUH of law a penniuionttclhimal of arhitnitlou for purpose insist that lubcr has as pood at riaht to in or as nital and that labor Hhoiild b nhioml on beforu tho law with of capital known as corpora MISSOURI A Sound Flatioira Adopted and Nominations Made JKKFKKSONOCTV Aug The tto pnhUftan Stato met today Tho ilatfortn endorses tho present Natlona administration the wise and nosslike course of the Fiftyfirst Congress inltH work into law the prin ciples or rho party onunolated in 1HS8 re gards as lylns nt the bae of all liusiutisrt prosperity and declaring it to bo Uic primary of our loKisiators Na tional arid Stato to foster iritorest so far its it ran bo by Josis opposes monopolies or trusts aflirms that Kcpuhlican Congress will pkdpes miido in the National platform and PUSH a tarill measure that will moot of all classes of indus tries and labor jwid will enable the party by fiduptiiiH the of Secretary Hlaine to obtain our sister republics thai reciprocity in tnulo and international Kood feolinj thafmuHt in a short tiuio make the the market of the world The course ol Speaker Hoed is en dorsed A resolution was ofiornd by one of tho ric Kro endorsing the bill arid uipiiiK upon the Senate of the United Status ho necessity of passing it so that honest and fair okcUons can be hold in the HiMith Considerable and at tirnos furvonb followed The rosolution was finally adopted In a mod Hied form Nominations Alexander Mullen of Linn county was nominated for Supreme JiidKc laruoH K MnrrHicld Pottis oouirty liailroad Commissioner 1 hjauk Xervor Wupuflutendent of Public Schools Hon Oharlos Prlco Chief Justice and W K Kulrcloth Associate Tustico AND PROTECTION Tlio IljitforiH Adopted by tho Mich the socomMmllot Olaudo Matthews n fnrmor ot rtoiniriatccl fuiSiHTOtnrv of Siuto Juinos Wltolietl chosen by acclamation to succeed himself as Jmaico of l ho Supreme Uourt Mho tlokot wiscnrnplotccl us follows J O llondoirfon Kokomo DispatKfi Auditor or Statu Albert Trcasuror A Greon yirtlth North Voruon AttofnoyOoncrnU A Oubols Olovk of tho Bu prerao THE SACK B1UJSH OOMMITTJBE M Selected as Judicial Nominations TSn Idaho Anp SpbclaV to Thin Tho Oomooriitio Scato Contra Coin rnlttcc yosfccvday aftor theafljonrn nioiu tlio convention and oioctodOoorpO A insloo chairman and ompowcred him to solocl a seorefwy Tho two larss nccossary to complete tho consmlttoo chosen woro Hem John Alloy and H 0 HranMtwHer An Committoo was of J H V Bransfolloi1 treasurer ami iMillor Donnelly Rulck Boan and JMicruGAN A us Tho Republican Slato JoiivcnUon today and adopted resolutions corninotirllnt Harrisons ad ministration and tho course of Speaker Heed The resolutions declared for a free ballot ami a fairUOunUbut wore silent on tliu lYmo bill Tho Silver bill was endorsed arid such a revision of tho tarllT demanded as will protect tho laborers and farmers against the ruinous competition of foreign productions and cheaper labor and especially com mends those features of tho McKinloy bill which provide for the protection form products as well as manufactured articles j James M Turner of Lansing was nomi nated for Governor M S Lin ton of Sasinaw received tho nom ination for Lieutenant Governor by accla Washington Garelnor of Battle Creek Soo rotary of State The Wisconsin MILWAUKJ5I AUR The Democratic Convention this morning and procooded to the Thomas Cuti nltigliam nomltiutod for Secretary of Stale John ITimnor State Treasurer F L Attorncy General U KWells Superintendent of Public Instruction Thomas Thompson liailroad Commissioner Tho Southern Republicans KALKUSU N The Republi can State Convention met today The bitter contests between John It Eaves and J Mofct leadftrs of factions In tbo western part of tho State were reconciled Smith ex Ml nistor to Llbora is temporary president Prohibition Candidates LINCOLN A us The Prohibition Stato Convention today nominated H L Paine of Lincoln for Governor George W Woody of DoiiRlus Oounty for Governor Cnarles W Ells Secretary of Stato A Kltcli Auditor H W Manly State Treafmw K P WJgon Attonioy Gonoral The VYaHhintfton Democrats SHATTOK A up Tho Democcatlo xStato Convention suet hero today and after effecting a permanent organisation adjourned till tomorrow Cnnnons Term Anp TCopubll f avis of tiio district ronominated Q Cannon to Congress for tho toiVth AN I1 P V following Pomocratio Judicial nom inationsi have lioen Flrec District JrtdKe J Holman IMsrrSct Attorney U K MoKarUuul Scoond District Judge J W Poo iHstriot H Farrcy Tsirrt District Edward Nuujotit Attoruoy C C Stcvcusoni Fifth District lurtjjo W T Ivoovos District At tornoy U T Tho Fourth luwJia yotmade no iiomlnjiMoos Tho Statu Committee js ui follows General Ainsleo Adti E i True alternate J F OConnor Bear Lake F W Kenn BInghnm Stephens Orcrupscy Koise F Picrco Cassia Wiliiani Ouster James II MUlor Klraoro J Roso Idaho G H Pcaso Kooteiuii H F Hlako Lalah A J MeCrabb Lernhl rN M Logan P M Davis ITPfjrco Thonuia Sparks T B F Hastings Owyhco K H MotTitCShoshono Harris Wash J OK ton At large K P lly lollUp John Stearns Orcou Whttoaud Janies II llawloy FUIj Tt The AJtla County Ap preciato Hit4 Services Ifiaho I special to Tho Kopublican County Con this afternoon nominated John and i Footo for tho Senate Smith Jtor tho It in thought ii favorable to Shoiip The following rcsolu tion umxtnous vote V Resolved That iheojtixonsof county without Mospect to owo to T they iieyoir repay manly fast our onr tho One of Richmonds BelJes Elopes AVlth u Mulatto VOHK TRIBUNE Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Series George It son handsome members of the K F passed through this city yes terday looking for it negro who had run ofT wlih the daughter and sister a beautiful for three years been one of the belles of a handsome brunette of 20 tall and graceful well odu eakd and roliiiod She was surrounded by a host of admirer and suitors to all of whom slin turned a deal preCerring to remain at home as she About six months afro she apparently ro lontod in hotdetermination and her cn jjligeuiont to n you ncc lawyer Tlie proposed match met with tho approval of Miss Rascombs family arid the wedding was sot to take place rioxfc A 1 1 years ago a lunlatto named Strange was employed by Mr 15as oomb us driver and gtmeral utility man In ho bocam with haudssomo Southetn belle who fell in love They had many opportunities of mooting and no oho suspected thcintimacy bctwecyn them A littlp over mouth ago MissiBascomb onine to visit a former schoolmate a Miss living at Aweek ago she loft for homo She did not reach there ago her parents at Riehmoad rofjolvetl a letter the girl dated at which read ihppe youwill for give nijfor 1 tlouo I lover you all but I lovo rfenry more nd cannot gbt him fanv to stick to him nlwnys He isas ciiitrtd us hci dan bo Ask John hqr bolrothed1 tcJorcivo me bud 1 him 1 know VvftUonft what you will say I could not help it daughter JTho this letter completely pros tratecT the father and brother of tlio decided to follow the yonReanco on her husband tKan for Relief for the John Roach Reciprocity Amendment West Point Cadet Appointments Notes From the Capital all stockyards iroublbf1 A BY 101 ACOLONIZER Tlie Secretary JSfnploys Because Me KcedsThem THE HOUSE RESOLUTION ANSWERED WASniNGTON AurT 28 IMS1 Francisco ChrmwltSeries Secretary of tius Navy scub to the House today i reply to the House resolution adopttid Ausrusb ftth dhccfcltig him to in form tho linn so of the of increas ing tho force omployetl at tho Kittery Navy Yard near N us ordered by the whelhRr the interests of tho ptibliu scrvleoi require the iwonstrucj tion of Llin public buildings there destroyed by fire Iu reply tuo Secretary says that tho forthe increase in the working month of July was due to tho fact appropriations for the ciinunl iiscHl yearbecame nviulalile nily 1st Of were to ho applied to now work speciiically directed by trie uct others for new work author Lzorl hi which could undrutakoti wlion thefunds for the new fiscal year became available others to work partly completed whifth1 had boon to tin exhaustion of the appropriations To which over clas tho work belonged itinvolved an Increase of Lho foifO diniriK month of July In Ifittarrl to tho spoelflc works thai aro tho subjects of inquiry by the resolution DoparUrifMii replies in oaHi CUSP that they iieodurtJindoxpliiiiis why resolution also requested the to inform tlio Houso whether the employment of an Increased force at thin yard at this tiino is or is not intended to allcot approaclilug in Maine rather than tho puhlic inturosts In reply tliis says that Mils calls upoirthe Deparfcmont to oxplain its motives in imdurtakins Lheso narUcular works this and at Mils Thestatorntfutof facts already given he says shows that il thesix works that arc tho of urRently required by thooxlsonoitjs of tho service and four had boon specially rllrocteclby Oongioss As the timoappointod to do tho work which happens to bo oniucidoht with the approach of a Congressional election tho course of legislation pvtjvcnted any work before tho 1st of and tho local sllruato is such tfiaf itwould have been sheer uogUjjunee on tho tlie Depart ment to have postponed H until tho middle of September view however of tho charactor of tlioiritcrrogatory ilii House in direct toirniti asks the head of the executive whether ho has or has not been guilty of gross abiiso of power in public ad miuistratlou ho uajs I dcern Itproper iu equally rccti to deny that tlio em ployment ofsuch at this navy yard is to ap proaching election ImMaine rather than to subscrvo tho interests any increase at any time has been Cir will bofnadobyjitbo Nstvy Department un der its prosout administration for tho pur pose of luduciiolug an approaching election or for tho olocting or defeating any and T havo the hoiior to add that tho Wavy while pursuing steadilythis policy docs not purpose that tho progress of public work directed by law and by law committed to its charge shall bo interrupted or post pouetl by of an election or that It shall ho deterred from tbe perform ance of what it boliovos to be itsduty bya fear that uufqiinded suspicions may call in thci motives or its ac 1 WEST Outchoon of Michigan introduced in tho Houso today a ainoud the revised statutes relative appointment of cadets at West Academy The bill amends tho statutes so far as to read as follows corps orCiidetsfOmirconsist of ono from oacli ono from each Ter ritory two from liiiuh KlaUvat largo and ono from tho Columbia tuid twonty from the Uiiitod StnUs ut liugo shall bo appointed bvMuV with the oxocpUon of tho twonty cadets appointed ni largo bo actual of in orTern lorial districts or of the District of Columbia or of iho they pur port to he Ketoluim of Now York 1u trod need in the Houso today relief of the estate of lohn Tbe bill appropriated iu payment use and occu pancy of his ship plants by the ciuisbra being the costs of thcstalls oneat Chester and Tork appointed for ithc of these cruisers during tho delay and the umbunts of premiumsof on Mio cruisers vduriiig time in all following is the reciprocity amendment to tho Tariff bill proposed today by AUlribh Tliecxccptiiins from duty of molasses Tor in this act are niadewitli a recinro Lrndc with produciiig tlioKC urtidos aiid frirlliispurposeVon and iiftev Liu1st Jay of tint IresidehrsUallbe Govorununit of cquntry produoiug inut oxporting TOolasses coffeo tea ami hides niwv and any such nrticlos imposvs other exactions oftheUnited Stiitos wlTicli jhyidw oftbe ot SHcliVimar anti hirks into It 11 inn Duiioii ninVileem reciprocally meuLWl and SjhnlHiuve power iiid it siuiit his duty by io thiir relating V6 the frte in trod notion Mlifjproduction ofsuch conn for such thnw us shall deem and fjuch suspension duties Mipotv hides the product of coinitrv sis All not above oanii juice poljivUiiuion of OIK per uoiit person ml rand for Uonal decree oH a i nrlvnTl tKe and bo the Secretary had been for many years and was still his friend yet while this was so he believed with the President a change in the office to be to the interest of all concerned Murphy Secretary of Stato will act as Governor until Walfleys successor shall be ap pointed i KKAOANS AMENDMENT Reagan today introduced a substitute for bis proposed amendment to the Tariff bill proposing reciprocalarrangements with Canada and Mexico for the free admission of manufactured articles and mineral pro ducts The substitute includes agricultural AFFAIKS AT Thugs and Pickpockets Serious Accident OITV Aug to ThuKs and pickpockets all ply their trade in Boise California Dick and another chap whose name we did not learn were up before Justice Randall this morn ing They are still jail Mr James Flanagan a brick maker while his kiln fell from a scaf fold ten feetbitfh and sustained some severe bruises Me was badly cut about tho head and face and wasotherwise injured He is ia a bud way but will likely recover Charles Jones a specimen of the tramp stole a hat from a uegrp ab the Green which hoMd in some brush near the bridge He caught prose cuted land in lieu fine and costs which ho could not he went up for fjftoeriduys ON THE SKNATK IAGJUS OP THU BILL Tho HOUBO Finally Passestire Lard Tho Bill Amended und Senate tho oon rrroncci report on iho Rnilroiid Laud Grant foittire bill prcsonwidancl qrclored ThoTarin hill then up Aldriyh KMVO nf Unit he would Her 1 bill mid which inlor iniuioii OUP is a rociprocity nieut Tin ticcond is u proviso the para a of only conte per pound when expound from or Uie pvoduct of uiy country anrl only can lishinsi vessels shall bo adiuittod into till parts of suoli coiintry purclinso supplios in chuliiiK ntid land llslr for sljipmnnfc in o without Oonsidiinitioii of the bill was rofiumecl on the parnpnipli Urnice the amendments co poiunl by tlio KiiiaiRc CommitUiiibeliif to ro clucio UK duty on clciiiind ricofrom to 1 cents por pou ml oil iinclciuicd rice from Ifi 1 cent nor pound and on Hue ilonr rice aiul broken rice from of L cenl pound Kinally the imiMfznlph wis mnoiulecl iho duty on cleniHid rioo2 unclcaned rice 4 omits on jinddy about ana rico Hour rice nicul and broken rico of a cent pfif pound this a inocliflciition of the comnnt tees nmendinciut Two luncmlinonts were ofTerca pnrn firiiph relating to ryei rye wheat wheat Hour butter cheese Ik Carlisle moved to of relating to condensed milk tho words Vsugar of milk Scents pur Rejected y Tho committee amuiidrnent to strikevq proviso for a drawback on sugar was At this piiriigrapli 135 was passed over in its regular was re lalusto bars and which reduces the ratu Jrom 610 to a ceul ptir pound agreed Tluv nauiigrapli relating to was also passed over without actionwas taken up The question being the amendment of the Flnanco Committoe to substitute adticdorem rate of 3f cent in die Honsobill snecillc duties auordihtj to value with 35 percent aclvalorem in addition the incut was modified by reduciuR the duty class shotguns valued at not more than from The regular course ol the bill was resumed at thehoading and Field Plumb moved to in crease Uio duty ou castpr bean s or seeds from 33 50 ocn ts per bushel Agreed to to Tin committee amendment to on linseed and other oil 30 25 cents per bushel was at tho suggestion of Aiclrich Tho paragraph rolating tohops waspassed over without action Graham to reduce the duty on hops from 15 to S cents por pound Tlie next paragraph lo reduce duty on garden seed from 40 to 20 cent was to Tho substitute reported from Finance Committee to the paragraph on tin caiis con taming shell llsh was at the suggestion of Aldrich rejected leaving the paragraph just ns it came from tho House Tlie substitute of the Finance Committee lor thoparagraph as orfuiges lemonsarid lin3es was hereof Party lines entirely djsre carded vote Republican Senators f voting against tho committee amonclmcnt and Senators for it In the paragraph relating to cliiusu that weight shall include the extract and the tins or jars was oil motion stricken out The cornmittco amendment adding indigoat 1 cent i pound was at tho suggestion of Aldrich reiected and an additional mi tti nta duty of cent por pound on crease arid The paragraphs Awero n mended on tlio report of the committee by the diitv on chocolate and prepared cocoii from 3 to 2 cetifs per v In the paragrnph relating to recommended striking pro for a rebate McPherson Amoved strike out tho whole paragraph except 12 cents pet ICO pounds in packages auclS cents in so as to leave salfou the list The vote on Jicr Phersonsv motion yeas J 3 quorum The bill was laid hetweenitoji eleven disposed of The House presented to Coihmitteo pu Agricul ture Adjourned The Lard wsis unfinished business and it waspasscd bvaVQie of 12C to Richardson called scene iu IFousiV yeslevdaiS and suggested T MEAN iLL HESAID Brother Wilson Libeled a Tribune filan and Is Arrested JOE BUSH CAPTURES A FAMOUS ROBBER A San Francisco Denver Prostitute Tried for Midnight Atrocioiis Crime in Criminal Calendar own throat Crawford Inter made a written confession to tho officers that he killed tbo Two Murderers Reprieved Aug Of four men to be executed at tbe penitentiary annex to night between 12 and fi a m Elmer I Sharkey a Preblft county matricide has j been reprieved to September 20 and Isaac Smith a Piko county murderer to October 24 Otto Leuth the boy murderer of Cleveland and John alias Brocky Smith of Cincinnati will pay the penalty of their Otto Leuth the boy murderer of Clove laud was hanged first in the annex of tbe penitentiary shortly aftermidnight Tho drop fell at His ueck was broken In less than twentyfive minutes Smith was on the trap Ho admitted his crime It was when he dropped The executions neat pieces of work Leuth and Smith bora themselves with groat courage up to tho scaffold PKOVO Utah Aug to TBIB preliminary examination in the case of tho People vs E A Wilson on tho charge of criminal libel came up before Justice W H Brown this afternoon George Sutherland defending and County Attorney Thurman prosecuting The courtroom was crowded with interested spectators nearly all the members of the bar city being present tho defendant beins an attorney practicing here and also occupying the important position of County Superin tundent ofPublic Schools The suit wasbrought on a communication which appeared in the Prove Enquirer of August 22nd in which Wilson charged Edward Piko of this city with the authorship of an article in THE TRIB UNE concerning a trial which occurred in Bishop Booths office report of which Wilson characterizes as an infamous lie and tbe TRIBUNEcorrespondent as an in famous liar and perjurer On this language a chaigo of crimal libel was preferred against Wilson who pleaded not guilty to the charge The publication of the article was proved and the defense subjected Pike to an ex haustive crossexamination as to who wrote the report of the alleged church trial and the subsequent comment thereon He swore particularly regarding the assertion that tho furnish a half dozen affidavit that the report was true tho line of tbe defense being that tho report of tho trial was false arid 1 rbclous th at tho subse quent comment thereon was an endorse mont and therefore libelous and that Wil son was justified in making the charge as It came under the head of a privileged com munication The defense also contended that in tho use of tho word perjurer Wilson had not used it in its legal sense but in the or dinary applicationoCtbe term as it might bo understood by the context It was ap parently libelous on face but really wasriot meant to beso Thurman for the prosecution cOTOpletely answered defense tbo their counsel ho showed that a privileged communication ex faras it was truthful arid no There wasno protection for an articlelibelous per sc and in this case it not pretended the counsel not sought toprotend thfitithere was any truth in the libolous article complained of Tho language spoke for and it was too late for defendant to como into court to say ho wrote one thing but ho meant some thing else Ho was sorry for Mr Wilson sorry that Wilson in his written such anarticle and placed himself in such a tho law must bo vindicated and here was such a clear violation that in all sincerity and in of his duty as a publicprosecutor he must ask that the de fendant be hound over to await the action of the grand jury Justice Brown announced that he would givehis decision at 1 oclock Saturday CAPTURED BX BUSH A Famous Highway Bobber Caught in tlic Blue Mountains DENVER Aug Ppstofflcft Inspector Patterson received a dispatch this rriorning ar rest of Frank Rogers one of the men who is said to bave committed highway robbery by holding iip the stage at Muddy Greek December 10 and tampering with the Uultefl States Rogers was1 captured the Blue Mountains Utah by T K BusliT Deputy United States Marshal 20tb and will be delivered to 1 XI nitedStates Marshal parr at Cheyerme escaped into Mexico crirno and possibly further was beard by them of that postofSce deputy had given idea of and lost in the altercation x should be an their Fiuallv personal explanations of beinKdisposed of the the Housoproceeded to and in the morning hour resumed cprisidoratioii vof fidinstmentof claims of eight hour law i The morning hour soonexpired and order consideration billcalled up under order a riays laboring worknieri emv ployed bv oroil Ctlie cor tractors doing WU V WtAl tfcia i i tor shall any than as the oKt On motion of passeilstrilcJiig tnxcts roriurnisliinjr iTisiierraltcii be 6n ribasis of tben passed for relietfof jincl agreed douriiRd Tlie actual loss by the robbery in regis teredletters was S704 of which was re coverell Utah n were by and which were returned by the postofflco dep the party who issued them The reward fortbe other highwayman Is still i iv fp res and be maybe arrested soon been in The it impossible1 that be can EASY of the Trial of a Denver v Aug Thercharge in tbeinclictment isLmur derin the defendant A San Francisco SAN FRANCISCO Aug This evening during a disputo about a debt John il Chenowith proprietor of the Peerless saloon of this city shot and killed Richard T Carroll a well known wholesale liquor dealer and then committed A Snu Domingo Revolution NEW YOFxK Aug 28 JTKIBUXB Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Accord ing to information received yesterday from San Domingo by the Clyde steamer Sagi another revolution is about to break out in that republic An emissary of tho revolutionary general Ex Vice President Casimiro Moya is at present in this coun try purchasing guns and ammunition with which the revolutionary forces aro to be equipped TWENTY WRETCHES SHOT DEAD ANOTHER KORKOK COPIES SIBERIA Exhausted and Footsore Exiles Refuse to March and Aro Ruthlossly Sad Fato of a P NEW Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Rus sian AlexanderKwiatlcbwiki arrived liero on Monday direct from St Petersburg and brought witb him lrst account of tho horrible Timan tragedy which occurred several weeks igo He had gained his news almost at first hand from of one of the victims a beautiful young girl tho Princess Elena Ogiuska IS years of ago from Prince Adam Oginska Kwiatkowiki learned tbo following details The story begins with the exiles a hun dred in number loft Ekaterimburg about the end of May They liad been transported with a steamer load of politicals and NijuiiNov gorod to Perm living in iron cages on the deck and scut by railroad across the Ural mountains twelve hours journey to Ekaterimburg where the real horror of the Siberian journey began From that point tbo exiles had to go on foot all tho way to Thumcn a distance of nearly 500 miles where a steamer would be iu readi ness to transport them via the Tobol and tbe Obi to Tomsk where another would havo to be trodden by the weary exiles until Irkutsk The heat during the day was intense and for fifteen days tho exiles wore compelled to walk under a burning stni along the roads half a foot deep in dust From lottery re ceived by Priuco Adam of the frail beautiful Princess were in tense arousing even tbe sympathy of tbe Cossackguards at times She was tho youngest ofthe group of exiles but much as she suffered was to complainAll her companions were in a similar pitiable condition of exhaustion from the drearyJourLiey Their feet were swollen to such an extent that some of them sat dovnr by the roadside and declared it was utterly impossiblestforthemto move an other step and asked permission to ride in the wagons that always accompany an escort of exMles for the purpose of transport ing the sick unable to walk They appealed to the guard iu vain for as answer they wore cruelly beaten by the soldiers with the stocks of their guns and ordered to get up and march on But when withinonly one station of Thumen a small band of exiles driven to despair turned fiercely upon guards and began to light their freedom But it was a very unequal fight for soldiers who made tbo journey with loaded rifles immediatelybegan firing on the crowd The result was horrifying The first victim was tbe beautiful Princess Her head was pierced by a she fell dead with out uttering a word Still the soldiers kept up firing and out of the small band of a hundred political exiles who left Ekaterimburg twenty were shot dead andtwelve were As nearly all the exiles in the group participated in the to a greater or less degree jt is feared that the remainder severoly punished if not hanged The case ofthe Princess Oginska has been followed with deep interest in the Russian colonies in Geneva Paris London and here She belonged to an old and honorable Lithuanian family several members of wbiclvspend the winter season in St Peters burg trouble originally is not clearly v was probably connected way withthe societies in St Petersburgfor the bringingabout of political reforms A BOSTON FAILURE Dealers in Commercial Paper in Fi nancjal Straits BOSTOIf Aagi agRiicy bere says of the Lowell Co The of tlio was largely the of commercial It to in commercial paper Itwas not borrowers upon its own name or an endorser ofthe its outstanding liabilities are secured by commercial paper During the past ten days it has been called met call loans on money borrowed to adyance on paper before sales were made TJbe success of the firm in duced outside ten tures Walter Potter mostly in connection with Chicago and London partiesand in these fortune Resources in Excess of Cross Debt THE IDAHO AND NEVADA FIGURES The Wolfley Removal Explained A Case of Biff Arizona Governor Too Severe on the In terior Sanders Grieves UREATT 1 root g as LAKE TRIBTTNT 517 Fourteenth Street WASHINGTON D Aug The Census Office issued today a bul letin on country indebtedness in which tho following statistics aro given for Idaho and Nevada Tltiih of counties 24 r bonded indebtedness nothing floating debt increase since 1SSO capital in treasury and other resources annniU interest charges S4652 debt floating debt in 1880 in 1890 gross debts total available re sources dobt in in 1S90 debt in 1SSO in 3SPO grops available resources It will bo noted says the report that Utah total of available resources ex ceeding her gross THE WOMFUCV REMOVAL Governor Wolfiey of Arizona tendered bis resignation today and steps down and out by special request 11 is a case of official decapitation applied to a with tho Tho Gover nor was a special friend and former army comrado of Secretary Noble but his recent eccentricities were too much for tho Secretary Since his appointment he has made things fry in cally speaking and as the result of his ablo efforts the party Is badly split up its lead ers at swords points half tho appointees at outs with the other half and tho citizens generally in a state of disgust Two delegations have visited Washington this winter praying for Wolfleys reznoval To add to the exGovernor has been bombarding tho In terior Department for months criticising in round terras its administration The last screed was upon the subject of the arid lands in dealing with which the exGov ernor literally rajscd the hair from v AllthesQletters wore filed away the Interior Department and when a fow days Secretary Noble ordered the Governor to report to him at ouco in lettersvwerobrougbt but and placed liltlepilcs on the found them on his arrival and today heiand the Secretary enjoyed a the Secretarys private room At tho con elusion Governor Wolfloy tendered ihlr resignation which was accepted thanks There will bo great rejoicing among the Republicans of Arizona j SANDERS MISSKD THE SHOW One of the disappointed men at thjBv Capitol today was Senator Sanders of Mon r tana While all thatstrifc was going on in thV House yesterday ho was sitting in bis in the Senate Colonel Sanders has a fond ness for is he loves he keenly regrets the1 tinie in the Senate when ho might have been the other end of the Capitol C ought to have beon he said Ia regretful tones Naturally I am inter ested in Wilson We are neighbors whenwV aro at homo and I want to seehow ducts himself in an encounter with a Teraejij V man I did see one of the Wilson family slug once His front name was arid I traveled all the way from Helena toNew York for the solo purpose seeing Sullivan kill him Yes I was disappointedv in tho result but the Wilson family keptup its reputation f wasnt sorry that I bad t traveled 4000 miles to see the Governor West is spending several Now York vj A WAIti Members STREET DEPARTURE to Be of the Served First x NEW YOTCK It TirXs stated in Wall street tieday the Governor New York Stock Exchange had decided to change the present system of distributing flotations and attar immediate reports and quotations would be given only to oflthe exchange This statement is apparently by the fact that stock quotation tickers con0 trolled by the Now York Company were yesterday placed in esterii Union building on Broad where no wires on those of the Western Company have been allowed be This departure from past usage gives ground for the beliefr that an arrangement has been i made which the G6ld Stock i is by thev quotations to outsiders afttjr haya been received by members of Whether there will bean advance Walter Potter or bow in of time f 1 f VlM the people will pay their debts to hici he pay all tlift TKt nf 1ist tne rfisc pi Aprai sue j not borrow his toer rT nn Inlled Viohn the Railway VJnSher I firs t degree jxi secoia df aegrise f y manslaughter pr no lailuresof followon iLovell The banks liberally in helping where moneyisabsqlutelro thefirms that axe business to declinesto state tho amount of or indirect bef makes liis re anal iiahbelbl aborano tibh aUstisfandjsIpg f ufiderstiaiad will bo given to members cannot yet be v ascertained THE TREATY OF PEACE or jtsxicp dispatch received Guatemalan minister rillas last night ratified   

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