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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATiON EXCEEDING THE CITY COMB NED HAISJ3JLX3 3HA jJ SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MOITOAY SEPTEMBEB 8 1S90 PKICE FIVE THE He Finally Realizes the Distress of LORD SACKV1LLE A POLITICAL GOBPSE The Mxirchison Dupe Will Never Adorn Another eeonaml Parker Haul the Preach ers Over tho ZVows oi Sopt D San Frauobeo Chronicle Hal four going to lo direct tbo Kxoeu tlvo n wonio measures dcslgiicd to meet tho distress which thoro on account of the famine Ho will also do soiuothliiK to ward expediting construction of tho railway extensions toward tho west and ho wlJl ami put in hotter working ifihfipo the improvements In drainage which two going on particularly In Dublin Baifour abio has a new scheme on hand or the relief of whoro thfi etTeutsof tho faiulno aro likely to br most disastrous The Idea Is to relieve tiio population partly by emigration JUKI jmriJy by migration to parts of rocnnnuomled ly Mr Davlit It is high time that tho Secretary fur Ire land should Kirn his attention to Mio terri ble statfj of itlTuliri prevalent iii that couii try fp to Hid picsent timutht authorities at tho Just lo htvu duno and have paid no atUintion whatever to tho reports of I Is truss have hoca tlio common talk all about thorn Jn tho face oC tho brutal apathy of tho Govern ment who ought to movo first Jn a cano like Uiirt n number of Uiculbodies aro taking action looking to I bo holterltiK of tho tiori of the peasantry On tho of Mr Davltt btilng IIKKO to in nuonco tho peasantry to sow uabbajfos and turnipH as to yield a good crop as a stibstitiiUt tho potato crop This would brlriK about a small mitigation of tho truss hut jvotlld by no sullico to res cue the ooplo from thtlr dreadful oulluok Tho action of Lord Siiulivillo at Hlratt ford hiiM destroyed any riiinalnJnf which ho may havo had of a reappolfit ment Atnbiissudor sinywhoro I hi has boon constantly duiuilnK Lord for sinnt diplomatic post ovor slnco his dls jUiaCo In tho flnltod and thu iromlor hits always burned udouf car imporhinltles Mo can nnt now hopu to ovtr tho ocoan In any public and lie has probably so tho OITlco as woll as tho people that ho will not lie allowod to havo anything to du with tho affairs of tho na boyorvd tht IIouso of Lords If Lord Saokvlllo should K fuf 1 his puniJcJous nn lo jirosocuto iilsi throatotiod suit fitfalnst thy Hfrattford Town Council for In friiiKOinont on hs rights and rofusal to pay his on tho KrouiKls oocuplod by tho Ainotloiiii fuiKitiiiu tho immediate rtstilt will bo an to Pailiamont to abolish tlio system of copyhold tcrmro which involves the dual ownorshlp whoreson Lord SttCkvllloH claim is baokod Mr Spuiseoii conirnonting on tho presence of Mio nurnbofH of at tho foiinancfa of said Tho Uhiistian oC tho prosout day plays tho harlot boyond any Church In any Noainusc tnouts aro too vllo for hor hor pastors havo sot Midi1 mark of approval on tlio labors of pluy uctors To this havo wo como at last whoro we never camo before no not in lionms darkest hour Tf tho OhristlatiM arc noo Iiidlgnant tho Lord havo morcy on Parker being Intorvlowod on thlssnb 1eot duolarod that tho dying of cowardice f ho said thoro 000 Jorifrrotcutlonal preachers land it would bo a groat numiy If them never prouchud Mr Stead Introduced Oonoral Booth of tho Salvution Army to Lord Wolooloy and utter a and friendly talk Lord Wolsoluy said to Hooth If you had bewi a soldier you woulfl havo boon tho groatcst general of tlio Tho Floods Subside LONOON Sept Klbo is still six teen footabovo trio normal height at Orcs dtiii but Kiiulually falling and it is be lieved that danger Is ovor A slight subsidence was notcud in tho main branch of tho Danube in Vienna today Tho Austrian Government has granted for repairing tho damage dono by tho Hoods aiul assisting Mio sulTerers Tho Vienna corrospomlont says It In estimated that the losses by tho floods In central Europe will reach Dwing to tho dHinacfw to tho beot crop It is likely that tho Austrian sugar exports will bo 00 per cent under tho average OBriens Advico to tho Tenants Sept OBrien speaking at a meeting In Comity Cork said it would hi Irelands own fault if a single child starved Tho to mints ought not to pay i penny rent until their families had been provided for Thoy had no to make bogging appeals to Irishmen abroad but should look to Baltour and his sublime schemes Praised By tho Kaiser HiiiUitN Sept a batiqet given by Empoior tho ollioorsi of thft fleet at Uraveustoin last night ho praised tho seamanship and prnficlenoy in gunnory and torpedo work displayed at the naval miuiouvors yesterday Ho added that he tiio fleet equal to tho most trying work that could bo required It Hearts Broken at JDulUn Sept conflict between Nationalists and police occurred todau The officers attomptod to prevent a Katlon ftUst procession A sorlous uiTrny resulted and many heads wore broken before tho police succeeded in enforcing thoir mandate RESCUED RY DOGS How a Child Traced to u Swamp Sopt Sftn Francisco Chrnntde B Hayor 2 years and fi months old of Long Island City was missed from his home Friday afternoon His parents and f r ends Fieaiched for the bqy far Into the night but failed to find him The search WIIH resumed it daylight and two hunting dogs were cftlKid Into An apron which tho child had wurn was hold up for them to smell of and the dogs were started on the sironfc followed by tho smirching party About 5 oclock men had followed the to a largo swump in Woolseys woods Tho dogs rrin ahead along the edge of the swamp followed closely by the sftarohors Huddunly the dogs stopped and tho men running up found rho missing child stand ing In the water up to Its Tho little follow was almost exhausted Mo WHB oiirried home and medical ikl summoned The childs was shriveled up from boing so long In the wator Tho doctors think ho must have stood In tho pond the greater part of the night The doctors say he will recover Foarteen Bead Bodies Recovered at Spokane Falls WEEKS Salt Lake Up With Two and a Quarter BOSTON Sept to Tm TRIB following compiled from dispatches from the clearinghouses of tho cities named shows the exchanges for last week ihc relative per cent of in and decrease as kjiinsT sirniki amounts for the corresponding week in ISfiJ TERRIBLE EFFECTS OF THE BLAST WILL mi RESIGN GUILTY OV UNDKK RUNNING FII1E im Worlc TJoforo Last Approjiriatitin Colored Contest ant to J5o ivoii u Sout Sept Francisco Clirtmtdc Horios Concerning Mio statement that ho was about to roslgn Ills oflico booauso of tho I charges rnado against hlrn Pension mlssUuior Raum says In an interview pub lishod hero today Thero Is not a singli word of truth In tho wholo story 1 havi not resigned nor havo J the slightest inton Mon of resigning I never yet havo rui wlien Ire and T havo no intention o beginning that sort of thing now It will bo very easy Cor mo to clear myself of all thosr charges ipalnst me arid what is more oiiu prove that tlio charges and tho investi gation uro alike tho results of malice anc bad blood Thai Is roully all 1 have to sa say Just now MOKK WAsrriNCiTON Sopt In the Scimtovoting on tho amondrnons to tins TaHIV will Tuesday and con tinue until all are disposed of When that will bo cannot bo stated with exactness but it Is believed the llnal vote will bo near the close of tho wook Tho conference re port on tho River and Ffarbor bill will prob ably bo agreed to tomorrow The Land Grant Forfeituro and AntiLottery bills will probably follow tho tariff In tho Jioijso tho Virginia COD tested oloo tion case of Langstou vs Voiiablo and tho South Carolina case olfiller vs Elliott will como up The Elections Comrnittoo pro pose to soat the Colored Republican con testant Lator In the week tho Appropria tions Committee will call up tho last of tiio appropriation bills tuo General Deficiency and tho TwiIlT bill may bo received from tlio Senate Thirty Men Buried Under Thousands oT To no oi Miracu lous Girl Smokes in Betl iinci is Burned to Death Tho Armenians Fiirht Sopt Is rccotved of u fightbotwoen Arniotiians aridgou dnrtnos ntsar Ism id IJlvo gondarmoa woro killed Troups havo boon sent ARMY REDUCTION to Bo A HuTulicd tiul Genera Provided For CITY OF Sopt Diaz is maturing a plan for a reduction 6C tho army which It is intended shall bo com posed solely of volunteers It is bo Jiovod ns far as can bo judged at present that it would havo ollect of eliminating the 6lomonts llronl itho army Avhlch it is said will horo afverbo prlneipally ion northern arid sbnthenr froiitiorsIiviuVtV tho territory by arc alarge number of odleers supportod oti tho retired list and If those aro disbanded it will cause a saving to tho country of several millions annually So as nob to bflcnd tho moro than one Inindred and fifty generals and other i1loors In proportion if tho Irosldonts plan Is carried Into oiloot it Is supposed that many of these olTleors would iud oiiiploynumtin tho National Guard and In other service of tho AT SEA SPOKANE Sept men who were engaged in thp work of reselling tho unfortunate victims of last evenings awful explosion wore compelled to quit at 11 oclock lust night because of near presence to five other blasts that might bo accidentally exploded Up to that time fourteen bodies had been taken out of tho mass of rock and there woro twentyseven men yet unaccounted for It is believed now that the premature blast was caused by somooiios carelessness It is tho custom to prepare bliists and charge thorn and at the hours of 12 and i after the men luivo left work ind gorio to phicos of safety to shoot them In this casoono bhist had boon prepared and Fore man iMciMierson was preparing tho second Either tho rock was too hut from thij drills or else the tamping exploded it and that ox also set off tho first blast A man who was drilling was blown to atoms as well as and some others A man who stood bohido the tamper escaped with slight bruises although cubic Toot of rock worn hurhui hundreds of feet in ovory direction Another man who was near thu deadly blast and who was supposed to be done was soen shortly after the explosionin a halfcrazed walking around with his clothing torn to shreds Tho blasts aro so arranged thai the rock is thrown from tho hill toward the cut Not anticipating thy blast about thirty men woro under tho cliiV when tho explosion came Great masses of rock and earth were ralsodin the air arid pitched over into tho cut burying the men beneath its awful weight None of thorn had time to run but a few escaped in a miraculous manner A hundred men were at work in tho ad joining cuts and thoy oricO rushed to tho scene ami began the work of rescue Iirom tlio huge mass of debris groans and shrieks issued aifd the air was filled with the ap peals of tho wounded and dying In half an hour however all was stillexcept the noise made by the workingrnon with their picks The work oi tho1 rescuers was resumed today and continueduntil all the rock dis loclgoc by tho prematuro blast had boon moved No bodies wero found in addition to thefourteen reoovurod last night Ono diod in the hospital today and it Is re ported that two others have died at thoir homes tlio injured cannot live Tho general foreman now says there woro fortytwo men In tho gang in the cut OC this niinibor fifteen or seventeen aro dead eight In the hospital and tho whero ibouts of tho others Is not determined The contractors tit that they will uurii up at roll call CiTtns 1 Jus ton Iliiljiikilpliiii tiusliug City Louisville Now Origins Another Central Wreclc N Sept wreck occurred on tho upper bridge this morning A freight train was coining over tho bridge from tho east when another started last it the other end A misplaced switch let ho second train run upon tho west bound track The locomotives crashed into each other near the western the bridge Tho engines woro damaged and throe freight oars dorailocl and broken Tho tracks were blocked until late in the afternoon Iroviiioiicc St Cohiiiibus Dnhith Mom phis Ore Fort Portliiiul Grand Rapids Sinax City Jlirininghiiin Dus Moinos Lowoll Liiioolii Lexington Ky TSIMV Lori 6 2 0 38 0 Decrs iiit Total Outside K H 188 7I ss U KUi LO j a o A Bash Hebrew Cowlioy Killed fey Chicago Hoodlums A SPOKANE MAN LOSES HIS SCALP L 3Ii Brute Murders His Chinese Highbinder 115 ot Fanners Precipitate a Fatal Train Wrecker Suspect noso and knocked out several Iwth Glesson was finally dragged away and Crow ley taken into a restaurant where the blood was washed from his face In the melee Crowley who is near sighted losthis classes and returned 10 find As he entered the bar room Gleason apiln rushd iiz him and knocked him down The Mayor was finally 5 ml need TO and Crowley went out in sorch of a warrant for Gloasons arrest hnt could find no magis trate at home The firand jury will con vene tomorrow and intends to take steps to havo tho Mayor indicted for assault TO SUHLI8HTU Count Tolstoi Adorns Another Tale ii Bi THE6ROPIN6SOFAMANQFTHEWQBLB CHICAGO Sept pipeful of whis kers was the singular demand made upon Bernard Oohon by six young rowdies pass ing through tlio Hebrew colony on South Union this afternoon Tho six made a dash to secure the whiskers plucking wildly at Cohens ample beird but were desperately resisted by Cohen and his wife who were speedily forced by nearly i hundred The leader of tho reinforcements was lacob SifV a iveitrhbor of Cohens just returned from a ranch in Montana The cowboy Hebrew made thlnps lively for the hoodlums for a brief space but rashly believed that a revolver in the hands of one of them merely meant a At tempting co completely vanquish tho six Sift received a bullet iii the forehead Ho was Lalccn to the in a dying condi ion Four of the hoodlums John Foss Henry Clark Frank and Frank Mor Tan were Mirested but the identity of tho cowboys slayer remainsa mystery Murdered ly Her Husband MIIAVAUKKE Sept shocking traprcdy j wastnacled at Wumvntosa a suburb of Milwaukee this afternoon Mrs Edward had left her husbands home on account of brutal treatment and returned to her mothers home She and her mother were sitting on the porch today when Keiniuger came to the house lie asked his wife if she would return to him Sho re fused and without a moments warning ho pulled out a revolver and shot her three tiines fatally wounding her Her mother interfered and she too was shot twice Mrs Keiuingers wounds may fatal An Eastern Story of Eighteen Hun dred Years Marriage Problem Given Especial Promi Ideal nnd the Synopsis of tho Novel Revolvers and Dead Men PJYEASANT Sept Parker and A P Wells young farmers made application late yesterday for admis sion into a disreputable house Th forced their way into the house and became engaged in a quarrel with seven other men During the quarrel revolvers were drawn Parker was shot through the head and in stantly killed Oliver Hughes was shot in the neck and mortally wounded Wells and six inmates of the house were arrested No I included in totals tinio last year No clonrinzhousc at A The A Cigarettes Npv YOUK Sopi Oortis 10 ycavs typewriter was smoking a cigarette in bed at her homo in Avonuothis 0 von ing whon sho ell asleep Tho cigarette dropped from her land and ignited tho bed and tho girl was terribly burned about the body 10 afdcrwards dlod of her burns at Bello BANISH THE Great System Will Canadian Pacific Hasjdsi III Sept 7 TlilBUNE DJS Francisco Chronicle letter received hero yesterday from the In ternational News Bureau of London and directed to tho representative Of tho United States central branch of that bureau states that at the October meeting oi the directors of thoWabash east and west of the Mississippi river will pass into tho cpntirol of tho Canadian Pacific Railway Company Prfisideut W 0 Van Home of the PaciOo during August made a careful inspection of tho Wabash system including its leasedter minals in Ohicago which he concludes as prod table for a continuous line now reached by his company to St Louis and the Southern farm and fruit belt This is a most desirable property with an ulti mate Pacific Coast connection via the Frisco Line and the Southern Pacific It is under stood that the deal is English with the aid of tho Holland bondholders it A BOY MURDERER He Shoots His tattle Sister in a Fit of Jealousy vT N Sept terrible irimo was committed at Ransomvills six oen miles northeast of here yesterday A oy named Charles Grambo aged 14 son of Vederick Gnimbo a farmer murdered his dopted sister Koso Grambo aged 0 years were no eyewitnesses to tho crime as1 he children were left alone at homo while he parents wont Young Grambo is said had an empty which ho out into the yard where the little girl was playing He loaded it with sand and gravel and placing the muz zle close to Roses head fired Tho young villain then hitchedup a horse placed the body of the dying young girl in tho wagon throw a blanket ovcrhor and started to Dr Longs house The doc tottried to probe for the pebbles but found they hart penetrated the brain andthere hope for The boy told contra dictory stories but held the shooting was purely accidental He is known as being wild and headstrong The girl was his adopted sister having been taken from the Homo for the Friendless in this city a month ago The Grambos became very much attached to tho little girl and the theory is that tho boy shot her in a jealous rage KILLED Ijost His Scalp Sept Wolvertine section foreman on the North en Pacific while walking tho track last met two drunken They asked him for liquor and when he told them that ho had none knocked him sense less with a club Whon ho recovered con sciousness ho found that his scalp had boeu taken by tho Indians lie managed to crawl to a saloon was cared for but his condition is critical Tho Indians escaped A Train Wrecker Suspect ALBANY N Sopt Roed who has served as freight brnkcman on tho Now York Central was arrested today by their detectives and was closeted all day in Sup erintendent Bisselis oflcc It is reported that he is suspected of complicity in tho wreck of tho Montreal express last Friday A Negro Killed WARIUINTON Sept Adams colored was killed last night by W J Mor ris proprietor of the Warren to a Hotel Tho negroes threaten vengeance but tho citizens are preijared for any emergency GOULDS TRIBUTE TO HONESTY IT ATAS BACK IN THE MUSTY PAST Before TTo Arrived it Tears of Discretion tho Said Honesty Was tho Best Policy Bound Cattlemen Ac cused of liiotons Conduct Votnc Sept 7 The riotous conduct o on steamships roturuius from Europo has been tbo fchonio many ctunplulnts mado at tho barge oilloe Those men go to Europe to of larpro cori slgrunonts of oattlo nncl on tho outward voyapo aro kept busy and out of mischief but whon thoy rotuiu homo with nothing to do trouble besliss Tho latost of disturbance raised by tho oatlloincn was on the steamship Am sterdam whioli arrived today Thcro wore sixteen In tho crowd and thoir actions wore sci outrageous that tho steamship com pany has decided not to ship any more of thorn as passengers Tho lines that sail from England also havo boycotted thorn THE He KTS SUNDAY An iOnidomiC in France opc epidemic1 has broken out at Maison Blanoho which Is alleged to bo duo to the opening up of tiio ground in a soaroh for thb Iomaina of Count do Mira boau Ton children havo died Steamors Manned By Sopt hald nraonstoi demonstration hero today Kosolutlons declaring that the remain firm Four steamers woro hailed today all manned by The Social iScienco S Sept Con opened today Two thousancl dolo jatos froirall parts of Catholio ropo It was resolved to a telo the Pdpoand King Lpopblcl ex ipressing tho j i i I Journalists IPARIS Attends Service and Miss Hal ford a Solo CRESSON Snuxas Sept The Pres idential party with the oxcoptekm of Mrs lilaiTison attondcd divino soryJcos this morning in tho largo parlor of tho Mountain Houso Tho services woro conducted by tho Kov Goorgo Podgers an Episcopal istor from Vorona Pa Miss Jcaunotto of tho Presidents private secretary assisted in tho singing and saug as a solDtno beautiful hymn Angol of 1 Mrs Harrison was somewhat indisposed this mornijjg but revived in tho evening aiid tho rest of tho party to supper at tbo hotel FORTY YEARS A STATE Californias Admission Biiy GLlpbra tion is Now in Progress vSASr Cisco Sept A celebration of tho fortieth anniversary of the admission of tho Scato of California into the Union is progress by tho of tho Goltien Wost an ordor composed of uative i Other societies are tlvoly odvoperatlng The city a scalO rxover before thispart of the Tho of the Adriussion proper will not GCQitr until Tirtosday but a holiday last night by a t process ion a lavish display Daughter on the Seizure CITY ov GuATSjrALA Sept Francisco Chronicle Tht BarillasGovernment has just decided to exile tlio daughter of General Barrnndla who attempted tho lifo oC Minister Mizner Tliis is done out of deference to Mixners wishes Ho does not want her prosecuted It is reported that all of llarrundijis rel atives aro to bo also exiled including Div llaruon Bcngolchoa a soninlaw of tho deceased General Prosidont Barillas wasinterviewed to day and said Barrundia was tho author of many of the crimes chargod to Barrios The people horo hated him His death is vlowed with satisfaction by tho government arid tlio people In what light doesyour governmentlook upon tho seizure of General Barruridia on board of the our con tract with the Pacific Mail gives us a right to setae contrabandsof war second tho steamer was in Guatema lan waters and amenable to our jurisdic tion third if there had been any doubt as to tho authority of Guatemalan Government to arrest Barrnndia who was a traitor to his country apart from his and other crimes tho American Minister would have requested us to desist which liedid uot fourth Barrundia was Guatcmalau citizen and was within tho roach of the and finally havo had to stand his trial iCJ he had been caught alive and was1 only shot because lie Tho Association CJubs atid the Erothoibood TRIHUNB Dispatch Francisco Chronicle ager of the Toledo Chib ha adopted a plan by which ho expects to put all squarely upon record as tothoir posi tion on tho Brotherhood question sent out a letterto tbe various presidents and managers request ing their signatures to a for a special meeting of tho Association ut Louis ville when the Eastern clubs take their next trip west Tho Sun has tho following anent the amalgamation One olcmentin Amer ican of the Toledo Baltimore Columbus Syracuse and Roch ester clubs has become suspicious of Louis ville Louis and tlio Athletics us1 it is believed that Phelps Von deiAho and VVhittalrier havo some scheme on foot con templating treasoiis Morton and BarniG havo discovered that President Phelps was absout from Louisvillo when the recent Brotherhood conterencs said to have boon hold In Philadelphia and other things lead to the belief that they have been con ferring with the Players represeri tatives Yon der Aho it is supposed wants soino of his old players back and Whittaker maybo looking to a consolidation of the Philadelphia Players and Athlotic tefxms but it is not known what Mr Phelps wants unless it The Western Association An Appeal for Aid From an American Woman in Mexico ATLANTA G Sept letter sent to the ConstUution by a woman now livintj in a Mexican town inako as pitiful appeal to American women and citizens for money to help her in her distress The writer is May Inez McCabc aped 18 wife of Judge Si T McCabe She is a native of Texas Hor husband was County Judge of Hidalgo county andbeins wounded in tho foot by ono Max Stein in Juno tho Eio Grande to Bey to secure medical aid it appears from a letter persecuted the woman with his attentions and on one oc caslon seized herby force and attempted to make hor comply his wishes She was ill several weeks afterand gave birth to a dead After her re covery Stein still followed hor using threats and also circulated stories of a slanderous nature concerning her Fhially she met him Sunday night August Reynosa and on his renewing his threats shot him through the heart For this she was arrested and is now In prison atMata She begs that money be sent to her there or to Don Juan Domingues Reyuosa Tamaulipas Mexico A ASSAULT Secretary Interviewed BALTIMORE Aug Kimberly Secretary of Legation to the Central Amer ican states and ConsulGeneral of the United Stages at Guatemala starts for his post tomorrow Speaking of alljiirs in tho Contral American Kimberly said I thinktUb Department at cbniidoncc Mizner Tho are an impetuous race and it would1 bo wisest for us to move slowly Tho Central Americanaare desir ous of having connections with us and our Government has taken a deep inter est in tho littlediplomatic complications the Bar rundia aiTaiE but seriohs a char acter as to cause anybroach wlidle matter willbo UnHicicy Men from Gilbert Bu ttb k B ernice of the same oity the Havre Brown each watch es worocpn 9 0 ST Sioux City 71 St Paul SUMNEB DEAD the Prosecution John D Lee FLINT Howard one of the bestknown Michi gan died Ho criminal lawyer of great ability In 1876 he1 was appointed President Grant District and conducted the of John D Lee for complicity In the THabntain Meadow Subsequentlyhe tuinedto Michigan President pointed him Justice of Arizona whichposition he resigned General ijNbyess FuuQral OIK ORf O Sept 7 The f u neral ser vices the latbGpneral B1 verylargely attended todaj1 the honorary bearers iw as Hayes Eiglrb of old regiment were1 tlip active paiirbeiirers Death BOSTON Sultly an aeed 65 father of the pugilist died this i s i pji i m pb r tan t in is datigerbf being A Laborer Brains His Former Em ployer With n Wrench SKA CMJiur N Sept Dis Francisco Chronicle J H coal assaulted today in his office by a man known as who formerly worked for Mr Worth Theman crept into the office and struck Mr Worth on tho hack of the head with an iron wrench He was about to con tinue liis murderous work when Robert Day ton one Worths drivers who hac been attracted by hearing Mr Worth fall to tbVefloor rushed in and grappled the assail ant A struggle ensued bat other wouldbe murderer was overpowered and placed in custody Mr Worthwas unconscious and uptoa late houi1 tonight had not rallied It is feared he will die of concussion of the brain It is supposed that had not been in Sea Cliff since he stopped working for Mr Worth two years ago until when he reappeared and professed co for work The affair has caused great ex citement among the residents of Sea Cliff aud the neighboring villages A HIGHBINDER FEUD Pistols Clubs Take Part TTJ Sunday Services SAN FRANCISCO Sept In Chinatown this morning the Plug Ting Kong Society were holding putdoor religious services whon1 a member ofthe Ghee Eing Tong So ciety mterfered Instantly knives revolv ers and clubs drawn ired Ping Ting Fbng Sqcioty was senpusly wounded The Ghi the scene from every quarter ahdJtrvvo watchmen drew revolvers were swept away by theJnpbi Ping Ting Kong men rushedto where the Chde King Tong Society were an butdopr to retalirite AnPthei melee ensuedand some Ping Kmg Tong men were wound n arriv i n g tii e centralstation d is persed drawn witth trouble is e L6nslslairid Mayor Brutally Beats NEW YORK Sept Dispatch World tomorrow will make aleading featureof tho following essay on honesty written by Jay Gould when a student At Beechwood Academy Roxbury N Y It will be noticed that the wise youth did not express his own opinions on tho subject and so saved himself the necessity of explaining at a later day his inconsistency Honesty is tho best policy By this proposition we mean that to bo honest to think honest and to havo all our actions honestly performed is tho best most accords with tho precepts of Honesty is of a selfdenying nature To requires selfdenial It requires that we should not acquaint selves too mueh with the world that wo associate with yulgJir that wo shouldobey the warn iugs of coiiscieiice If we are about to per form a dishonest act the warningsof con science exert their utmost influence to pur suade us that it is wrong and after we havo performed the act this faithful agent up braids ussfor it This voice of conscience is not a voice of thunder but a voice gentle and impressive It does nofc force ms to comply with its requests while at the samo reasons with us and brings forth arguments in favor of right Since no theory of reasocing can bo sus tained without illustration Itwill not be unbecoming for us to cito one of the many instances that occurred in the life of one whose name stands high upon the scroll of fame and whose deeds are recorded on the pages of history George Washington the man who never told a Ho in all his life In youth no subdued idle passions cherished truth obeyedthe teachings of conscience and never never told a lie An anecdote which is much related and which occurred when he was a boy goes to show his sincer ity Alexander Pope in his Essay on says An honest man is the noblest work of aujd again we find innumer able passages in in connection with this up the whole we cannot but say that honesty is the best pol icy JASOX SECRETS OF BILL POSTING Brooklyns Defeated Political Candi dates Seldom Pay Up During the regular drarnatic season I post theater bills each a Brooklyn billposter to a reporter of the Journal These figures do noi include the hundred little jobs wo do Bills for con certs church fairs aud kindred OK certain wonts throughout the city are posted by us To print a mediumsizea bill costs cents and the posting the same Snipe bills are ash barrels and tole Sept Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Count Loo Tolstoi author of Kreutzer has written a story entitled Darkness to which has just been trans lated It Is a further exposition of his idea of true Christianity with special reference to tho problems of marriago and labor Tho sceno of tho story is the City of Tarsus in Cilicia and tho timois one hundred years after Christ whou the real teachings woro fresh A wealthy merchant named Juvonai has a son named Julius who whon the story opens Is pictured as ono of the jcu ntssG dorcc Around Julius Tolstoi winds his philoso phizings nnd leads him from dissolute young manhood through respectnblo middle ago and lands him finally in liin old ago in a communistic Oh r 1st an color y Julius goes through much tho samo su jponso that foil to tho wise old men hundred years boforo and although often In his younger days entreated to givo up worldly pleasures ho does not soo fit to do so till his wife dies and ho becomes Julius makes his first resolve o join the hristian communists whon ho has had a bad falling out with his father On his way lowover he moots a wise old doctor who jives him much advjco such us this You aro young ijich handsome strong your passions are raging within you you wish to find a quiet asylum and II scorns to you that you will find it among tho Chris ians Thcro Is nosuch plioo because that vhich is disturbing you lies not in Cilicia in The delusion of the Chris ians consists In this That thoy arc not willing to acknowledge the nature of man The only person who can fully carry out ihcir teachings is old man who has out ivcd all his passions but ayoung man liko you who has not learned either life or him elf thoroughly cannot submit to their law because it has as its foundation not human nature but tho idle speculations of thoir founder Christ Tho Christians do not ap prove of force thoy do not allow war or judges thoy dont recognizes personal prop orty they do not recognise science tho arts all that which renders life easy and joyous This would be well enoughif all men wore like what thoy describe thoir teacher to have been All men however are subject to passions tho pas sions peculiar to man and you lato mankind 11 is tho same with property about you every vineyard every orchard every house every ass is brought Into ex istence by mon only on condition of possess ing it Rejecttho rights of property and not a single animal will bo reared Tho Christians assort that thoy havo no prop erty but they enjoy its fruits They say that they contribute all things Into one common but what they contribute they have received from men who own the property They merely deludeiinon anclde ceive tihemselves You say that thoylabor in order to support themselves hut what they earn would not feed them did thoy not use produced by mon tvho recognize property Everi If i they would onlyVbo life there would1 among thornf orthb arts or Their is an ignoramus and ade ceiver and they imitate This doctor who to Tolstoi slands as tho representative antagonist or bis Ideal then advised young Julius to xnarry will feel better Julius at once finds v lonely and rich girl and marries hor liomantio love plays no part in the Several years pass and Julius Is scon by tho leader of the named Pam philius who 5s the Tolstoi of his time Pamphllios asks Julius how married life suits him and he answers Married lifo docs not satify me Lwill say more I feel that the joy which perienced at first gradually diminished and has at last vanished In its place sor row has sprung up My wife Is handsome sensible well educated and good I was completely happy but now a cause for dissension has presented itself in thoi fact that she seeks my caresseswhen I ami indifferent to her and also Moreover novelty is Indispcnsible to ino A less attractive woman than my wife at tracts me more at first but afterward be comes less attractive to mo than my wife Yes tho nbHosophors arorijrht life does not give that which Sauldesircs this I have now experienced wedded thntdoos not provh that yoiir dolu slon could jrive it he added smiling In what do you delusion consists In this That for the sake of freeing a manfrom the miseries which are bound tip with the affairs of life you all the affairs of itself In order to pre vent man from having his illusionsdo strovcd yon reject do notreject marriacel saidPambpi lius It 5s true wo do not aim tho propagation of the human that we do not trouble ourselvesi much about it We assume our Father has already taken measures for this Qur aim consists receive is for mammoth bills which cost SO per hundred to Mum moth bills are only used at election time and circus companies I pay a year in leases for fences uhd you have any difficulty in collecting for work done for candidates political experienpe I havo noticed that successful pay but that defeated ones seldom Before contract ing lor any large amount of work for a he has or if there possibility of his election In the candidates chauces we take the risk ting In iDur bushessLiwe employ tlijee wagons and in the busy season twelve Twomen accompany years einr ployed delstandings In regard toVibe leasing of cet tain f ences i lease firriis billswere fbiind on tlie come to an end But Hi5 will expressed1 in bur nature and 5n our revelation wherein it is said that the husband shaircleave to hisr wife and they shall bo cofc twain but ono flesh is not only not among us but it is encouraged by our aged teachers jnar riage and yours consists only in this That our lawy to ris that every unholy glanne at woman and tnere fdre we aniouj women Instead makltig use of every means to brighten oar charms and provoke desire to put It away from us to such u sentJtaent of love among among brothers and sisters shall be stronger of desire toward one woman which you call But still you cannot thus stifle the feel JulSiis I am con vjncedv for exam pie sit tbat laaideii with whom were carrying grapes in ispite of concemta her charms evokes ri ypuia feeling of Ic woman dbi   

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