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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                Part First Pages 1 to 8 vox SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1890 FEIGS GJSNT8 Tiir is iHr PfllXrH Iro ItiL KniuLn Hi to HocosPocus ajority tli IDAHOS POPULATION The Show SOOTHING ASSURANCES FOR AUSTRIA Wily Toning Knlcr Una Several Irons in the of the German News irowi Abroad Returns by Coanlies Nearly Idaho Sopt to IMnkhurn Superintendent U of Censiis for has just cornplolod compiling tho which show larger tluw have beoti published The re turns by counties show Ada S2S4 Alturas Boar Lako 0001 Binbam Boise j Cassia 3114 Custcr 2109 El moro IWCi Idaho Kootenai Latah 9422 Lernlii 5717 Nox Peroo Oneida 0827 Owyhoo 2071 Shoshono 5257 AVsishineton fcSSfi Fort Wliorinan 307 Asylum 7fi Total Tho esitirnatod 7 per cont missed 03CG and fndiana estimated at 5000 makes a total of two towns were re ported separately Boiso City 2000 Poca Sept by Now York Associated Wllllinn General Von Moitko Von Goltxo Count Von Anrliduku and Admiral Stfrnel watchid on board thollajjshlp tho naricuvers of the Hoot In KiortL Tim opin ions of both this JirlUsh aiifl Austrians con cur us to tho ccnidiMon of the Gtirnmh fleet and tin wondcrlul deieJfip nientof MiO nsivy iutorcst In tins injifioiivorH is Ijuf tho fOfiipcror kept contorcd upon his iiiovo nsenfcs by Hiifiuostlvo at officlni jlivltjiiHly iiifjilra to proclaim HUiuifitHiaflhoronco to tbo Austrian alii UIKK The an ofllclat version of thospOLcncii which Is caloulatod to sootho rue AuHtrlun juaiotisios urlslnj over foturhor and prepares tho way fur a confdrotico with Kinjiofor KiMHOlH Josopli luilng tho in fovonimont elrclon are agitated over a now project for tlio forinatlon of tho Hor rctihaus ty tho Kirjporor under iiiHtlKiiMofi Mltfuol ho tlon of to so tlio us to tho JoFiservutlvo1 in tlmt Monso JiosMhs to social propoHod by his Majesty ro port is thai Uio Ml mis approve Mio still rnoro radical sohorno ut the a basis akin to tho modern idoas of Honalorlal roproHOntation In connection with rnform iforr Miguel and llorr Furth havo prepared a blU whlh proposos tho abolition of tlio solffnor lal privlloijes still possosnod by land owners in oast and west Hrandonluirtf Posou and ly which local elections aro controllod and local uv ornmont hold In tho tfrip of thosn Tcudal Hiiporlors supremo inotlvo of tho Gcivorniudnt1 is a conviction that soolal ro are irriposslflo without a prior sweop MiiL away of JoglslaUvo obstaolos Prlnoe rtiHrriarck iind tho Princess loffc Hamburg tonight on their way to Visit tho fxClianoollors slator at KrooiilondorlT Tho IrlncoH stay at Ifarnburjj boon one pro longed ovation at a moot ing with TOinporor William at 1otsciam promised touso his Inlluonoo witli his father to Induce him to oaaso his unfl voturn to trloitdly with his Majesty In tho roeoiit Gorman muneiivors Hfuoko loss pinvdor was used with suoooss it is estimated that in TraKuo arc roiulorod dostltuto by the flood and thousands more sullor In otlior lloodyd Subscriptions bavo boon oponod hero and at Vienna Sawtello IndujloiJ POVRH N Sept grand jury of Slraflord county this morning indicted Isaac H for the murder of lllriiiii l Snw tullo also persons as acces sories Fearful teulte of a Premature Blast at Spokane FIVE LIEN KILLED ON THE D 6 A Freight Train Crashes Into a Ooach Jjoaf of Sleeping Twelve Street Car Passengers Iii and Fiital ities GLEANED AT THE CAPITAL THE KXT BILL WILT ASS JSKXT VV1XTEK A The FnmouM Artlwt Chastises tho Editor of tho LONDON Sept and Touts now play A Million of was produced Uiecussfully at the Drtiry Lano Thoutor to ilght fHirlnjc MUJ Mr SVlilsllor ho artist lucKJting MooiO tho editor of the Jhiwk in tho lobby hint with a oitu tiulll tlie bysliuiutorrf Interfered When tho men wore sopiutitod Mooro do CJured Unit Whistler ubaukwl him from bu hlnd Whistler then flung Ms cnno at MofHus face According to another ac count Mooro knocked Whlsthy down after rueelvins a blow rOin tho hitters ano It is said Hawk roctmtly printed an uiUolo Itilloctliig upon a distinguished dooeuSud of Whistlers Subsequently lluruoe questioned Mooro angrily about this jirMolo In this Ilniolf and another fight and wrestling scene AGIUT Y Ho Fights Fiercely nnl Wounds His Adversary Thvec Tinics TAUJS Sept five to liirht u duol on aocont of dlttor onoos urisinp from tho BouhiUfiOirovcbi do Thiobaud this mortrlnp flucooedcd in having an encounter at Ifollarul Thlobaud was wounded tho thigh ijiFrotu clispatfbos dosorlbing tho UooliofortThtobaud duol it appears that tho combatants fought rtorculy for twolvo minutes Kochofort displayed yroat ability Thiebaud rooolvod throo each in tho lofft temple rlprht ohook and right tliljh After tho third roundtho doctois ordered tho stopped ThifbiuuV Went to Brussels be is oouthiod to bed Ills wounds howovor aro not serious A XOTV Juofition for tho Land Aiarhio NmciH ICiioouragc Population TiirntrNK TUHBAcr Til Komloimth Streot WASifJNorox HopL i 1800 Art error inado ina lato dispatch in speaking of tho Committee on Territories as having control of tho Strnblo bill That measure Is In tho Judiciary Committees hands and thero aro hopes Lhat It will ask a nay for Its consideration boforo Congress adjourns Senator TOdmunds Is anxious as soon as possible to havo tho Sonato bill called up Tho chances aro hoivovor as previously stated both bills will go over to the next session and that they will i then paw both lEoiiKGS boforo Congress ad journs A JTKW LiAND QUESTION Under tho provisions of tho Sundry Civil bill recently passed no person hereafter Is to be permitted to tako up In tho aggregate under any or all of tho land laws of tho United States an umount of lands exceed ing iJJl acres Tho question has arisen whether mineral land entries aro included under this law Tho General Land Offlco Is now holding tho matter under advisement with strong probabilities thab It will hold that mineral lands oomo under tho general provisions of tho bill MtrJTARY Secretary Proctor lias returned but has not yet taken up the contro versy GiiioraJ Is persistent In de an apportunlty for redress before a court martial Tlio general opinion as heretofore stated is that tho olllcors willbo separated Tt Is rumored that Forts Sidney and Itrldgor aro to bo soon abandoned the hoad quartors oC the Twentyfirst Infantry being sou t to Fort Robinson und the Ninth Cav alry to Kort MoKlnnoy PROAWINOK OL1 TUB Sept Bing liam from tho House Committee on Post ofticos today tlio report of tho commlttou the Senate bill to provide for ocean mail servioo between the Unitod States foroljvn ports and prnmoto oom moroo Tho report which is voluminojis contains a number of statistical tables to derncttstralo tho decadence of tho American shipping and the necessity for Its enoour figemont us proposed by the bill VERMONTS Tho population of tho Stalo of Vermont ns anpounocd by tho Census Lluroau is a doorcase in ton years of tO PKIUAVMKNT OK IXTKREST The SoomtaryOf tho Treasury issued a olieuiar this oiTerlng to Interest duo January 1 April 1 and July t on 4 cent consols of iO HKMOVS THE IAlAGOJSS Oologuto Sinith Arixona today intro In tho House n bill to authorize tho removal of the Indians of tho Papago Reservation in iMohavo county Arizona to tho Papago Reservation in Vim a county or to tho Uila River or Salt Klvor Kesorvation SPOKANE FALLS Sept bo foro i oclock this evening a premature blast killed fifteen men and possioly many more on tho Northern Pacific road The full extent oil the disaster is as yot known It was just before tho hour of quit ting work A large force of men were en gaged In blasting out ah ago rockpilo in tho Northern freight yards in the eastern part of tho city From fifty to seventyfive men wore at work in tho cut at tho time Kitteen havo boon taken out dead A number wore injured and still others came out alive All is confusion and it is im possible yet to get tho names or particulars Some of tho workmen woro preparing blasts to touched oil after the other workmen and teams had departed for tho night Ono blisfc had boon prepared In putting in a second it was exploded tho jar also touching off the first blast Seventyfive thousand cubic loot of rock woro thrown ovoiupon the imprisoned muss of humanity with tiMTible results Hundreds of people soon gathered at tbo scene and tho work of taking out the dead and injured has boon going on The scenes at tlio hospital are heartrending The Jersey Spider Pmvimclcd an Adversary to Death NKW ToiiK Sept oflloers of tho Athletic Club are exorcised greatly over the glovo light it is rumored was arranged by some of tho members of tlio organization aud as a result of which onO of the principals Is load On August 28 Peter Noud a barkeeper fought with a man known us ho for a modal valued at and was pummeled so fiercely on tho broust and stomach that ho was in a swoonnearly two hours He grow ill and after wandering about for a weak was put iu bod and died Thursday afternoon The light was with gloves Noud was notin gooii condition and had tho worst of tho from tho start Ho stuck through four however when tho referee declared thelight a draw An investigation will bo madc LiABOltEKS ANJ SOCJrlZjISTS A Boycott Can Sept todays of the Trades Union Congress It was re yolvcd to boycott unfairly made poods arid all railways travnways and boats whoso employees aro underpaid ttlrio to roprtaontsittvos of nonunion fvom future congresses Ulrtwlstlo lender of ooUonworkow resigned the rucntufy committee giving as hfs rOnson that ho was not in favor of a compulsory eighthour lahor lnw John Hums was a memberin Blrtwis ties stend Tho Hnnoiiiuemont Svus ro otnved with and groans Tho Icon gross then adjourned The Having Elbe DHESIEN Sept River ISlbe is riai Ing rupldly A portion of tho city dated A number of schoolhouses aro closed as 5n danger of submerged Tho Pobor rlvor in Silesia overflowed itg banks and tho town of is inundated KSuglnruls Foreign Trade Sept returns issued1 by also to thcTfor Tiado during August show Hie of a defense association to pvcspc TJijpy Show the ReV Flag and Adopt Ti Sept Union was crowded tonight at a mooting hold under the auspices of Central Labor Federa tion and the Socialistic Labor party tho red on tho platform KesoluUons wore adopted extending earn est to the Now York Central strikers and demanding the repeal of tho of tho Vanderbilt roads Rcsulu AWOKE IN ETJSJftNITY Five Meii Killed ami ThirtySeven Injured CANON Crry one and two of train No a freight carryin Italian railroad laborers on tho Denver Klo Grande railway west from Pueblo met with a terrible accident four miles east of Florence about 4 oclockthis morning The first section had slowed up and tho second without any warning whatever plunged into tho rear coacli containing fortyJive sleeping men Five were killed and thirtyseven injured more qr less seriously The car was telescoped and ren dered a complete wreck Tho live who wore killed were evidently crushed to instantly while tho others were awakened by having their limbs torn sotfkets or broken by tho engine timbers and ivon But few of the men can speak English and as they were all recently imported from tlio East It Is im possible to learn any of their names Be sides tbocoach and engine twelve freight cars woro wrecked Tho accident happened on a sharp curve and tho rear engineer could not see the coach until a moment bo fore they struclo The train XGOII on tho front section say they wore running on regulation time when the rear section run them down Tho wounded have been taken to tho Sallda hospital where two of thorn will surely die before morning A SECOND ACOOnWT DKNVER Sept I Associated most serious accident which has happened on tho Rio Grande Railway for years occurred four miles oast of Florence at 5 oclockthis morning Sec tions No i and 2 of freight No 01 left Pnoblo at U oclock Cor tho west The first section had attached a passenger coach with fortyseven laborers bound for Tennessee Pass and some western extensions of tho road The first section had cither stopped iu tho cut near Florence or greatly reduced their speed when the the engineer of which was provottiod from seeing tho head section by a shtirp curve dashed into the coach tearing it into a thousand piocos and throwing the debris wounded and dead cm to the track a few feot away Twelve loaded freight cars ahoacl of tho coach were derailed and com pletely wrecked None of tbo train men were injured Those who escaped from the car uninjured to gether with some of the citizens of Florence were soon at work taking the injured and dead from tho wreck Astho coach was lying by itself and not under any othercars It was little difficulty that the men weio taken out and convoyed to tho depot which was turned into a temporary hospital Of tbo fortyseven moti known to liiivo been sleeping in tho ear iivo were killed instantly nijd thirtyseven wounded Physicians from Canon City and rived in a very short timeon special trains and gave tho wounded all the siblo The injured weretakentothe com panys hospital at Salida tonight and two of tho men aro not expected to live until morning The dead are IT L Idaho Springs Jonathan Folks Puoblo Jameii Pueblo C B Williams Lcudville Those most injured aro James Faftst fractured thigh J Parciili both Ed hips dislocated1 John Welch head badly cut E L Fish severe Internal injuries John legs broken and internal injuries Earnest Scott internal injures and head cut Uboldo Maschult scalp wound and shoulder hurt John Delduea left hip broken and head injured tin log brokenand thigh dislocated Mike Burke spine hurt David Ashborry internal all directions some being hurled a dozen feet away and others jammed under the car which was demolished The street rail road barns were close to the scene of the accident and a rescuing party was soon on hand Tho victims were taken from the wreck and hurried away in ambulances to the hospital within a short space of time All of them were so badly injured that they had to be carried from thewrock Thero was no warning whistle arid the bell was not rung The engine ploughed right through the street cars iad tlio screams of tho frightened passengnrs rose above tho crashing of the frame of the cars A mo ment later tho injured passengers were lyinir about groaningin agony Two sis Louisa and Minnie Mock were in tho car They were liCied out tenderly and partially revived Minnies body was ter ribly crushed and blood trickled from an ugly wound in her head She was taken to tho St Alexis Hospital and died in half an hoar Her sister Louisa was badly hurt about the head and arms the muscles of the right forearm being torn away from tho bone She will doubtless recover Tho wrecked oars were bespattered with blood and the hands faces and clothing of tho rescuers were covered with the crimson fluid Following is a LIST OF TJIE INJURED Minnie Mock aged 24 crushed died at the hospital J iJ2 years right arm crushed loft log lacerated Annie Memonn collar bone broken and face cut Louisa Mock cut on the head and arms Edward Watson right foot crushed Charles Somers leg cut George Cable LiKKli and Eliza Bragg Mrs Moonoy Pnmk Lcora Howoll all painfully but not seriously cut and bruised T r Ittt The Senate Will Vote OH the Tariff Bill Sort Tuesday RAPID PROGRESS MADE YESTERDAY The TarilT on Teas Imported Through Tin Bounty Affain Rejected Tobacco Domestic Wines A Suburban Train Struck SOUTH Sept Boston express this evening struck ban train on tho Danbury and Norwalk branch or the Hoosac Tunnel road in this city and badly damaged it besides shaking up and painfully injuring thirty or more passengers NOJIO of thorn were danger ously hurt Every physician iu tho city was summoned to care for the injured and thepatients areall doing nicely From all that can be learned tlio blame seems to fall npun die hoad of the draw tender who although on duty with a red lantern failed to glvo the signal for danger Three Lost Sept Missouri Pacific passenger train this afternoon ran Into a passenger car being run on to tho main The car was demolished William Whitstatt of this city waskilled outright Mrs Law fatally injured and her baby instantly killed KOY A Colorado Towns Unique Method of Advertising DiCNVBR Sept to Theimost linitjue Idea yet presented for the purpose or showing tho resources of any section has been adopted by Trinidad Colo That city willplace in tlie Colorado Mineral Palace King seated upon a throno of hia subjects the subjects being the nat ural resources of Las Animus county Tho statuo is fourteen feet high and is con structed of coal coke silica buildingstone oemont otc There will bo considerable glass used all Mown to order from Trini dad At a meeting ofTrinidad cap italists fntorested in Trinidad licldih this city today an order King Coal was given to the dcsiffuer Mr Hiram L John son It requires 112 electric lights to illum inate the king Aftoi1 ruling at Pueblo his Eoyal Highness will go to Chicago and hold sway ttbiibo Worlds Fair A Front Proposition Sept informal meeting of tho Worlds Fair directors was held this afternoon A new proposition from tho Illinois Central Railroad regarding the Lake front was considered It is that a strip along tho lake shore 500 feet wide and sev eral blocks in length will bo piled giving a total acreage used on the lake front of seventy acres therailroad to pay the ex penses It is reported Uiat a great number of the directors present favored the propo sition inasmuch as it would not be neces sary to take back the tendered the National Barrnaclias Daughter to Bo Exiled EW YOHK Sept of Guatemala dispatch says that Barrillass Government has decided to oxllo tho daughter of General Barrnndia who at tempted to take the of Minister Mizricr This is done out ot to Miznors wishes Ho does not wanther prosecuted Itis reported that Barrundias rela tives are to bo exiled also Want to Choose Their Own Governor OTTAWA Sept Labor Oon ress last night adopted the following Resolved That wo demand on behalf of tho this country tho right here after to elect onr Governor instead of one appointed by the British Govern ment Morocco Workers Idle BOSTON Lynn morocco manufacturers havedecided not any more skins pending furtherdevel opments throws outofemployment every morocco worker in Lynn finishers and tanners it is estimated that idle Harrison at a JHop CRESSONSPRINGS Sept Presiden lal party spirit the the inthe evonuig attended the evenincrhop hotel So great was the rush to sootho1 President that ho was compelledto holdan informal roodption CEDODS tho Board of imports uud tho exports Increased 000 comuarod wlich the cor respond ing month last ywir A Genera Strike in Belgium BiiUoSEls Sopt Tho BoJpian labfr party resolved to doqlare a gcnbralstvlko on tho of tho labor r tho 14th hist The Danube Still Rising VIENNA Sept Tho Danube Ms agaiu rising Passenger trains bayo ningand all freight pvcspciito nvith tbU utmost vigor all Plnkerton detect ivesianrt who of outrages upon the persons rights of tho This rathor an uneventful duy for clbiii ivrbsosQmowuHt rofroshed frbni hls trip of yeijteidny said vtfto would not aotupoii mritttjw loast anci only on such as was abso Ho added tbatthero was A Bishop Jtbwan Catholic of Dronioro is The Earl LONDON no troth Tepprti Tho others aro thought to bo buii slightly braised There were number of Italians tuo party were recently from tlioy aro unable to tin English laagiiago Italian Consul Jlr loft this evening ior Salida to bo of any to Ms It is not yetdefermincd who is responsible for the an Investigation will bo mado atonce damage to panys property will bo in the neighborhood of DOZEN A 1is Street Car sengeis in All Directions frightful accident occurred cross tigon the oclocktonight by which at least a dozen personawere terribly irrjured sbiue fatally is6n anelectric street ruiiroad1 ii freigbt ing onthe sputii Oldir dud of tho most wldtiykriown and populai memoers of tho fouijd dead today at his rocldenoe two years oltl i to y for th e tsl for tbo piobedingilyoar is lias nxvoi In the hiatof yot Mexico The to tho aucl cliango thesystem of TOCI uitiug drawing fxom ap und the trac m idjlroad twenty ihe traii tiiom apart ind huiliug OHOIO sidj ox The At least sopro of weie on the aud tliey veie tumbled about in A Philadclpliia Editors Part the Book a Boom r A Wasliihgtbn special says It is not generally known that George Childs is tho innocentcause of the ifreo advertising Avuich the Kreuteer Sonata Childs bad Ji curiosity piqued by the dis cussiou in the newspiipers but his own literary edildr after reviewiugtho volume had lailed to leave it library of the Lcdgar So IMi Cli lids spnt over to the book dopartiheritofliis WiiTiamakcrs They dirt rioti 11 but was gptfrbm a stand and the editor was given tho inoaris to riicnt on ToistpiS thii rest of Philadelphia rnay safely Ac tin 5 on this11 book paTed to of business b as subl ect fiol Sopt the Senate tho committee amendment placing sponges on tho freo list was nay and tho rato of duty of 20 per cent ad valorem was restored Aftor some dis cussion the paragraph regarding the duty on was amended to read is follows Fresh fish caught by citizens of tho United States in tho high seas or in the open waters of tlio lakes forming tho boundary between the United States and rho Dominion of This on tho freo list Tho paragraph relating to fish on the dutiable list was then taken up the question being on the Finance Committees substitute for tho House paragraph which fixed tho duty atone cent per pound en fish fresh or salted The committee amendment fixes tho duty at half a cent per pound Gray oflered an amendment providing that such fish shall bo admitted free of duty from any country that admits American lishiug vessels into their ports for tho pur Chase of supplies including bait Grays amendment was rejected and tho com mittee substitute slightly modified ant agreed to Tho paragraph now roads Fish smoked dried salted pickled fresh packed in ice or otherwise prepared foi especially enumerated or provided for in this uet onchalE a cent poi The parngragh placing the duty at 15 cents per pound on hops was then taken up Gorman moved to reduce the rato to S cents Pending discussion a question as to an ex tension of lime for consideration of tlie TnrHT bill was started Aid rich submitted a proposition extend ing the time for consideration of the Tariff and includingMonday when discus sion be limited to thirty minutes and when the sugar schedule shall be taken up Aftci that the arrangement heretofore made to apply Tho proposition was assented to Then Gormans amendment to reduce tbo duty OH hops to Scents per pound was re jected Vest moved to placesal ton tbo free list nays party vote except that Iaddock voted yea Vance an amendment for the re duction of theduties on foreign products purchased by tho exchange of A lam yeas 03 party vote On of Gibson sorghum seed and sugar seed wore placed on the freo list Committee ollered amendment imposing aduty offour cents per pound on tin Agreed to Call moved tqpiit pineapples and bananas oil the dutiable list Rejected Spooner oiiered an amendment for the ad mission of free of duty after the in case theAmerican production of the article shall not equal in any of the intervening years ouethlrd of theiiniount imported Plumb moved to amend by providingfor a duty of one cent per pound on tin plates and a bountyof one cent per pound for the home product After much discussion Plumbs amendment was rejected aud Spooners agreed to Aldrich offered a committee amendment as asubstitute for section i5 requiring pack ages to bo plainly marked and show tho country where the goods were manufac tured Agreed to Kvarts ollered an amendment imposing a duty of cent ad valorem on all teas tlie growth or produce of countries eastof Cape ol Good Hope when imported from places west of Cape Good Hope He made a statement iu explanation of tho which is intended to put a stop to the importation of tea by way of Canada and the Cape of Good Ilope instead of di rectly ffotn China Sherman disapproved of tho amendment as retaliatory tho only effect of which would be to add to the cost of tea If no1 excuse to oilier for the course of Canada in imposing additional duties on tea and coffee the United States which course he regarded as pcrfecly ridic ulous r Gorman an objection to Evartss amendment that a largo amount of the tea wasimported into United States from Cey lon and tliafc there was no direct communi cation between tho JLTnited Cey lon Spooner moved to amend Evartss amend ment by adding the following There shall be levied and collected upon all collcc green from the Dominion of Canada 10 per cent aci valorem and upon all coffees roasted or ground from the Dominion ofCanada 3 cents per pound and 10 per cent ad val Discussion on the amendments continued ittrgrcat length moved to add ment a proviso that teas imported directly into the United States on through bills lading from the Cape of Good Hope and transshipped to any for eign port shall not be subject to thc duty therein provided Evarts ac cepted the aineudmenli and the question was taken oii Spooners amendment audit was as modified was ngreed to On motion of Sherman section 246 allow ing drawbacks of duties on imported ma in exported manufactures was amended provision shall be allowed in ihe duties paid on Imported materials are less than 10 per cent of the value of manu factured goods or where the claim shall be and of the bill relating to i dealers in onrecommew j datioii OftHeFinance Committee stricken Democrats tirailist by Platt Teller uVll sectidnsjn bill from 27 to of tions he would not take the responsibility of declaring tlie conference report agreed to unless it appeared That a quorum was pres ent It was disclosed that there wero but twentyone Senators voting and so without a vote on tho conference report the Senate adjourned Honse WAfsnrxGTOX Sept TTonso pro ceeded with tho conference on tlie Kiver und Harbor bill AfiersibrJet debate the con ference report was agreed to and the House adjourned HALIFAX BOMBARDED Heavy Kept Up by Two Mcn ofWar Sept war ships Comus and Busxard attackcd tbo har bor fortifications tins afternoon The West Riding regiments the Halifax Garrison Ar tillery and the Royal Artillery defended the works Heavy tiring was maintained for half an hour making a grand display which was hugely enjoyed by the thousands of spectators ashore and on tho water The maneuver was preliminary to tho ap proaching siege of Halifax iu which the whole lleet will take DEMOCRACY EXGOBIATEO An Idaho Mining Man Ms Why He Forsook the Party THE KATIOriAl COMMITTEES ACTIVITY HE SPED LIKE THE WIND WILKES PACES A HALF IN 11 And Demolishos All Previous The Half Mile Track Eiecord ThoBaseball Ganos E Iowa Sept a half inilo today in the fastest half inilo over traveled over a course The ftjt wns accomplished in the face of a heavy wind BAXGOH tho Maine State fair grounds this afternoon tho stal lion Nelson owned by 0 II Nelson of YVTaurvillc made an attempt to lower the worlds halfmile track record of Tho track was slippery and tlio air heavy and sultry The first attempt was unsuc cessful The mile WHS mad i in An hour later and under tho same ad verse conditions he made a second trial resulting as follows Quarter half threequarters mile Nelson trotted without a horse as paoomiiker inf was driven by his owner The performance causedthe greatest en thusiasm Sept track in poorcondition won Benedictine second Al Farrow third Time i5 Friendly stakes twoyoaroJds Futurity course about six won Key secoud Wcstchcstcr September stakes threeyearolds mile and Morrow won CanCan second Logard third Timo Ojunibus handicap mile and Tournament won Kuras second Iviug Crab third Time 25 Milo and throe won Prince Fonso Eleve third Time Mile and a half on the wou Luke second Lptiion tliird Time Brices Barrel Is Tapped and the Canjpaijru Will Bo loy Speaks at Portland anil Kccl Expects a Thousand The Political News TUo Flayers Broslicrhootl i The Brooklyn Brotherhood game was a walk over fur New York after the fourth imiing I 2 0 1 0 0 0 i t 5 00 S NewTork 15 Brooklyu 0 5 and Wejhing Ewingcaud Ewing Umpires Pierce and Snyder rxTTSJJtma Tho two Brotherhood games today were ztub borniy contested 0 0 0 002 001 0 0 0 Chicago 3 Pittshurpr 1 Chicago 1 and Quinn King liarrell Second 0004000 4 18 Pittsburgh 10 eajro PLttsbiirf 4 and Kjirrell Maul and Quinn and Holbert The Brotherhood home team lost wild ness 1 0 0 0 0 0 000310 7 Cleveland 7 Errors through 0 0 Buffalo 0 Cleveland 2 and Breuimn Twitchell and Mack The National NBWTORK Tho League pamc today a very exciting pitchers contest In the ninth New Yorks batters made some lucky hits and won the game New OO 0000 0 York 10 Brooklyn 7 York 0 and Buckley Terry and Clarke rnir ADELPJIIA Lucky hitting in the eighth won todays for Boston 0200 01 3 20 30 12 Philadelphia S Errors Boston 1 Philadelphia 2 son and Hardie Sclmner and Gray Powers CHICAGO The borne League team was outbnttcd and out idcd today but won the game oil tin only hit they made assisted byerrors 0 0001 0 0 000 Crrr Idaho to to the delay oftrains Clasjrett and OKourko did not arrive hei0 until late and Avcro so worn out as to un ablo to speak An impromptu meeting was held in the Opera House Speeches wore made by Joseph Huston and Generil ttob erts the candidate for AttorneyGeneral Thero was a largo attendance of ladies The Democratic papers ridicule the Republicans for the number of hidics attending their rallies The women of Idaho are grateful to the Republican party for wiping out Mor nionism the arch foe oC the home and with the ladies on our sidewo arc sure to make Idaho Republican Roberts niado an electric speech It bristled with facts and eloquent arguments why voters should support theRepublican ticket Pat soy Clark the leading mining man of Shoshono county formerly a Democrat said ho was a Republican because Republican legislation had increased the products of his mine cvor a day more than iteould have been without it Had tho Democrats suc ceeded in Congress twothirds of tho mines in Idaho would have had to close down The Democrats had fought Statehood load and they had huijg onto tho car of progress and did all in their power to stay its progress General Roberts Idaho was sure to roll up a good round majority for the Republican State ticket Hon Claggett interviewed at tho Over land Hotel thought tho election would bo close The Republicans had no walkover One Wheaton was acting as disbursing agent for tho National IDemocratie party and it was understood that ho had put out largo sums in the Mormon Efforts would bo made to got in as many Mormon votes as possible Ho counseled a close hard earnest fight Claggett and OEourke will stump all this part of the Sfcate The State Committee hard at The Democrats are more on tho stillhunt and expect to on some of tho ticket by getting the Republicans to scratch the ticket Governor Shoup is increasing the United States Deputy Marshals in the Mor mon counties and will SCO to it that tin election laws are vigorously enforced aud the violators punished WANT THE SENATORS Democratic Committeemeix Working Hard in Idaho Idaho Sept Specmi to Tbo political campaign is grow ing more interesting The appearance oJ two members of the National Democratic Committee one in the northern and the other in the southern working teriously shows the deep interest of party in securing two United States Senai tors from tho State While that party do biros the election of their entire State ticket the greatest effort is made toward securing the Congressional representation With these men aud funds from tfho MSTa1 tioual Committee in tlie State Republicans no easy but the leaders of the party are waking up to the are in Keed J3xxccts a Thousand Ma jorltyi PonjriANDJ Sept 0 The in Speaker Eeeds district closed this eveii ing when more than 3000 attended amoetr ing of the Young Meus Republican Speaker Reed spoke briefly and Major Mpy Kinley made the address of tue devoting himself to the tariff Speaker Heed stated today that be ticipated a majority of 1000 in his district although his friends feel confident that it will reach 1500 A Political Incorporation ALBANY Sept 6 The New York State Farmers League was Incorporated today The object is to unite thefarmers of the State for political action and secure the fed oration all farmers organizations In the State A TIGHTROPE He Tile American fiYMACCrSK EOCHESTEIl 2 2 2 called at end of on account of duilcjiess 0 The Omaha SiouxCity Western Association 1 ST sAti 1 ISu Paul 1 Milwaukee 8 j Kansas City S6niiti ordei1 the Fiuance They revenue to i poddUrs of tobacco taxoii oa tbbaceo and from S3 rehitius to dbr etc were rtlso the other of thQ biiliiigreed sSejetiua ati tuVJririance Cpnunlt f the Clubs standing of the clubs in1 tho organiza Fridaysgames exclu sicm from effect JiSs ii niiware tljut Ms f r i end I f rpih hlsJ df exclusion chance for a tieead vertlseroent and worked did tho news corn panics vanish weie and to thirty for several the boys between Voting will bejin aud Jfow Yoik und Wtuslnngtoimvere JohuWananiakeis prohibited So This one of tho said of the that some times Rfr titttr pubV lie life Is tbfc rnisrepresentatioa1inul 3 f city an di tliespeeches are in length aiter the of the b 11 reached be ed to each side lor S report onthoSiver was pi evented aud read vThe oflicei xsaid fa so 1 irge A fjuin of money and including so rnanycontested considerji f iU t T I S unoTirERJlOOW KATIOXllI XcViT 10B47 CLtTBS 11375 3 68 11065 11S llf 1k 022 C01 590 575 CLTTBa liduisville StvLbuis Rochester Tbliiiio X r 102 w 105 62 105 57 J02 er53 t 474 310 Executes Maneuvers Over tho Niagara Cataract NIAGARA FALTER Sept walked across Niagara Gorge on aropetliis after i noofl in 12J4 minutes On his way across ha stuck one leg out at the quarter and quarter distance and lay down on his in the center of the cable J After resting a fbw minutes on the Amer ican side TDixon returned to the wire vith a hoop on his ankles and walked out to where tbs stars And stripes floated In the 150 fest from ihe cliff and went r several maneuvers winding the flag about his shoulders Then he went on tothOr stopping and performing tbb same ferits with a Union Jack as he the American flag Dixon is of and was born la New York but for several years has in Toronto He had no motive In making the perilous trip other than that Suspewsion Bridgea short tiwe ago the cataract and item arked that he cou5a walk across The daysperforniance He ropewalkins in his youth ticed vip lor severalv An Important Railway Purchase bany Chicago road and   

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