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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING CITY COMBINED r THE MOST EXTENSIVE BEST AMEJmSBS MSDiffi ROCKY tnOUNTAN R VOL 21 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY MOSSnGSTGy SSPTEMBEB 9 1S90 PKICE FIVE CEBTTS I DEATH BY a eoiiAB ti A Spanish Blurtess Slowly Stran gled in the Garrotc THE HISTORY OF His colon In Hi fn dcVft iroviiRc no tlii HolincHH Protects Vuiioan Potvdcr at Iii I IKXoSdii valloy twentytwo liavo hinri from un of r Otilldlnxs and It is iVurcd lc tf vkalms of tlio MI Ill llo Hie ruins of the dwell ings in IluHwia The Mi of Chimiso f of ind In rMC lu heavy Curium rind uiltS of lillltl Tliii iiiiineuvcrs at ii iv r Vvilliani smd iJoimt with tlm powdir ni tin dulVndlnj till TP H F n 1 JBQsiSfcfl BYiHfc PtOPLE Speaker Seed Reelected by an Cn preeedciiicd Majority TREMENDOUS REPUBLICAN GAMS Sfipf Francisco Clmmiil JtalngiKM garrotcd hens u fow days ago iiid terrlblo or revolting in tinnatun of ciliii Inal lias ffr place In Kirropo The MarrlihuMsi Vultra widow of one of ili In Cuba was liiiiiiveiS and irspM lud by person whf know her and the trngU olrctmistanccH of hor dcivlh created u and laKtlng throughout Spain tlif nlxht of ltily 1 lfM tlm people living In tho vicinity of tho Valerti palace were by toarfui shrieks from Mino IK hidmtim When tlioy arrived tho dour wns forced opisii iinl upon lOiuitradng into the MfirrlilnwwsH hod room rcculUtd hoiTorstricktN Who lay Klrutched Iho her faro and u tuiisn of supliig wounds while tho had siiliiralLd tho lower llruhs with as If fur I In iitrposo of all evidence that a crime had liuon ooiiunituxl Only tlm part of the body tluiH saturated was Immediate to tho ladys cries having jimhably discomfort the llondlsli nnmlenir Her maid was dljwovoml apparently In n dmtd faint on Hie Hour of im sidjoingltiK room A litlU bull tcrrlrr i great pel of Do WHS uroiichlng behind the jirostnito When sho WHS rrMlorud to tho maid Illglula Hiiiaguer lieiianiu KO eon fiiMpd and contnidlctory In her to tho rnuglstraU that nho wart ImiiieChttoly placed undur amist Filially llislulii Italu guor was planed In it roll where nu one was permitted to visit her Thin treatment cllrlLod itckuowltdKeliif nt she with ussilsturifo of orm A villa a woimm pf bad reputti hud together arraugeil and committed tho crime Holh wensiihiulitod to u now trial tho result being ihat Illglnia Malagnor was condemned to death by the gartoto and Dolores A villa was to years penal On tho evening preceding day of execution according to the Spanish ntstom ftho was placed In the chajiol during the twentyfour hours boforo her death There slid wns riuOlvod by a KCOW of monks who wore tho blaok uowU and tho whito cruss of thd Hermuiukid do Uarldad brother hood This religious1 order Inn Ninon tho middle agos taken charge of orlmlnals eon liiTined to death during the day of tholr lite and It was front their hands that Scflor Jiordugo tho executioner received TTlglula ttuiiiguer Sho wus alreadyhalf load when the executioner prenontod him self at tho chapel 10 claim his victim and according to traditional usagf Knelt before her and craved hor pardon fur being obliged to oboy tho orders given to him by tho Jus tice llo then proceeded to pinion her anus and logs with line whip oord and dipped ovoi1 hor hoafl the minister black cloth robo and hood worn by the condemned criminal on tho way to tho seaiVohl Two monks thoriHipou led Mio woman out of the chapol and supported her across tho courtyard and up tho stop of tho platform whoro tlio garroto stood Tho vast yard was crowded by spectators in gay holiday attire who whlled fiwtvy tho Interval before tho executioner Although nelthurst range nor unprecedented this ooourroneo tho man while preparing his disagreeable task The unfortunate woman took hnr ptaco In the soati of tho horlhk maolilno of death nnd immediately the Iron collar wus ad justed iiromtd hor neck The collar IH secured to a stout upright post by moans an apparatus wlvlcti by a few turns of a thumb screw causes tho band of Iron to instantaneously contract thereby choking to death surely If slowly tho unfortunate victim Hardly had tho collar boon sot In Its plaoo whon tho executioner guvo threo rapid turns to tho sorow and his ofthlnl not was completed Among those n unrest to tho scaffold tho sounds rniltted by tho lips o the woman wore plainly hoard Tho head moved from side to side and a welldoiinod movement of tho body con tin nod for n short time afterwards Tluw tho head foil slightly to ono sldo and all wus still She Tfas dead Tho horrlblo death of tho murderess did not scorn to produce any revulsion of feeling in tho hearts of tlo when covering herfixeo was removed Ilorsollitcc Sccno Too Much 1or u Sjiocitiitor Sun lnuidlsco Vlirnniclr the rnsaUinal liorHoraoo Hcone In Tho Coun iry that hart hfild tho at tho Columhla Thuiitor for sovcral weeks M l llnrlyit night dropped load In his scat in the pariiuctto clrclo Harbort had been wiurhing I ho horses with Intensu In and as first one and then tho other forged tlm front with powerful strldus In giivu vimt to his enthusiasm In eon tlnueii and startled everybody around him As finthree noarod Ilio un hy whip and spur llar wa sciii ta topplo over hi scat A who adjoining soat raiight iilm by tlio aixl re vive him hy iiuiarin of a vigorous shaking hut only grew under tliu lie gasping painfully for breath and II was iifipartxit in a moment that his was srrlous Tho ofllcor df tho Uioaior by four or five ushers the sido of tho dy man llfiod him from his uhair and carrlec him down through tho main alslo to th foyur ho laid out on a divan arir brarniy and stlmulaiiln administered These had no clVoct however foi two niliiutes aftur his removal doath earn to his relief Murboit was subject to hoar TJc Stnto of Is Carried by Voar Roc Populuiity in IlaJley ilally AN INDIANA ASS COOTKUS AUALNST JRIDTCU His CliHtCTOR iiro Kutinily Itofutod lut Tin oiitIiiuus HJs on tho Noton WASHINGTON Ran m Investi gation was roHiimud today and Lemon was called to the stand Mo road a prepared statement wlilcli was to tho effect that first uliftrite did not concern him he hati nothing to say AH to the second charge whichgrofiiTed to him ho said hut ho had known General Kuimi twentyIIvo years His fliiauelal standing was high and his In dorsees wcro men of reputation So when he wanted money to open up his mining properly witness endorsed two of his notes one for iWOdd and ono for which were oxtoudod liespootlug the ohiitKO tliul witness secured unduerid vantngn from the completed Illos ordor ho said tho IHcH ordor WIIH not novel in but It had boon Lho practice of the oillee for yoaiS toward tho end of tho fiscal your to iilek out such completed cases and dispose of thtnn That had btion done tiy Commissioner Itbiuk It was a wiso praotlcc The charge that lliium had given him any unduo in tho ooin plulud lies order was 1111 unqualified false hood and it would be an ab solute impossibility for tho loiumlssioner to favor wltioss lie hud never asked any thing from Commissioner Raum or any other Commissioner to which he was not 011 as an attorney Unfair Uoopor hud botii hu Invited hint to como to his olllco any day and examine every uiso and every employee He wauled him to come In at the frontdoor llko u man nnd not hunt up discharged clerks Phut would obvlato tho necessity of making baseless charges the wllnoss llo aslvid what wititessH fortune was to which witness promptly replied That Is nono of yoiif and returned the same answer to iho next as to tho amount of his umiunl ineomc Cooper tliiju to tho a tack by ask ing if witness had not charged with forging Mr name to a Witness replied that he had not If the committee desired to go Into that he wished to be allowed to cull witnesses as lt related to u transaction of twentytwo years ago Kuum had first spoken to witnoss nbout money matt IMS In January before hu bc Commissioner When prop osition to make an order llko tho completed lies order was under discussion Deputy Commissioner Lincoln objected that its olloot would ho to turn all tho forco out of oflleo upon witness cases but that was a wrong belief Tho com pleted lies order was made on January ith and witness endorsed the note January 7th llo did not then know thy order had been passed The cllVet of thoorder upon tho a cry of horror and disgust aroso from tho j rases In the ordinary tiles was beneficial us crowd Women away children It reduced files In number and encouraged screamed and men started Her face hideously distorted by strangulation In its most awful form and her tonguei Muck and tumofieu protruded from her purple lips and yet during tho ten hours for which vtho body remained exposed to the public almost ovory Inhabitant of this city came to have a look at It THIEVES AT THJO VATICAN Protects Himself efforts To complete eases Lemons testimony having been concluded Cooper renewed his roiuest for produc tion of thu books of refrigerator com pany niul saidthai they would show thjit the was a fraud and that tho Commissioner had boon manipulating from the Pension Otlloo n fraudulent scheme Cuuiikftotfioiior Kaunr said ho was present to answer oliarjcfls of oflldal misconduct nnd had done so completely Tho coin in lt tee hud seen this slock book of the com denied that tho refrigerator wis Ileltc Hunters j ifrUtd Cooper know he hud sold no slock j tho Pension Oliie employees Tnere was a in this city and Cooper was boiug used as 11 tool to break down his Kantns credit Cooper know tho charges wero a dismal CuilMro and could not bo sus tained and he wished to draw in other so us by hook or crook to Injnro lie should rust his PORTLAND towns give niirlulgii tiLsli Clark L0l Kcpulilicitu plurality Jhu last liiin liurltigh had Putnam 7000 Ciishing scattering U15 Rcpuhlicaii SlIIJ Republican gain or over per jcut Kccds pluriillty Iu twenty towns In the First district is Hu had last time plurality nnd ii IKS as though It would ho noarly doubled Portland gives liurlclgh Thopnison 2140 iMark I OS scatterirrr jll iJTSl Frank 1MSS 118 Keeds plural ity tho over given a member for I district Iorlyilht out of Rive Heed Ueeds plural LtS ir 1S3S Tho remain towns aro small and will1 not materially the figures Tho retunm upLo midnight Indi cate that the plurality for tho Republican State ticket will bo about a gain of over ISritl and 1000 ahead of the Presi dential year Tho prohibition vote comcn united with the scattering or ovtilttod so It Is classed as scattering and may be consid erably larger Tho Membofs of Congress lire all reelected by largo majorities Keeds boinj doubled The county ofllccrs are mostly Republicans Tho Senators aro probably all Republicans as In tlio last Representatives must stand fully as strongly Kopubllcan namely 125 Kopublleans to Democrats Them Is groat enthusiasm in tho city over the result of Roods election and a moLtini was hold at tho City with an address by Heed under the auspices of tho YOUIIK iUens Kepnbllcan Club One hundred and twenty towns give Bur lolwli Thompson Uliii scattering Burlolghs majority SIJ87 The same towns In 18SS gavo Unilelgh Put nam scattering ll25 Jiurlolyhs plurality A CKKAT OFTF YBAJl MAJOIUTY Sept Man ley of tho Kopiiblloai State JJommittoe sent at midnight tho following dispatch to Presi dent Harrison Muliio givns tho largest Republican majority known in nn olV yuur since liStlll mid larger tluin givon in a Pnisitlonlial contest since ISOS with I ho singlo exceptions of I8S niul 1SKS Ciovimior liurliMgh ts ro olected hy n niiL exciHulliig Spoukcr Iteuil is rc hy llii largest majority liu has cvur ro cclvinl iicriulinjj liMXJ lloatnlle and iMillikea uru ntoclod hy majorities ranging from to 5000 Tho IMno Trno Sliiln ruidorsds your luhniiiiKtratioii llriu in the advo cacy of protection to American industries uiicl Aiiiurioiin liilior JKNOLEYS IIRWISTON Sopt from largo portion oftho cities and towns In the surrounding counties show thatoxGovornor Dingley Is rooloctod to Congress by nearly IOOO majority over Allen THE MAINE CAMPAIGN Sinters electIon but no Ilepubllcan is willing to bolievo that Robcthan would be a party to such an infamous conspiracy lie Ks incapable of such treachery to wards a party that has honored him for four years with one of the host uilices iu tholr DUEOIS OUT OF THE WOODS The Go to the States Senate BOISK CITY Idaho Sept to ii tour of Hon Fred T Du bois through Idaho is a continual ovation Crowds turn out to hear and clasp hand of tho friend nnd champion of Idaho Through Uashitigion and Boise counties enthusiastic reception meetings were held In AVeiscr Salubria Phicervlile Long Val ley and Sijuaw Greek Everywhere wcro large A gentleman horo from J3olse county says is ovorwholmliigly popular there Tho Democrats had roore sentatlvcs at all tho muetlngs who meeting Dnhois and hearing his clear logic said i there was no reason why tho Kopubllcan party should not win and that if tlio people had a voice directly in electing United States Senators Dubois would go to tho Senate by a larger majority than they gavo him two years ago This is significant from the fact that Boise county is counted Demo crat Ic another Democratic oounty will support Dubois men for tho Legislature Bubols Is out of tho woods and his election Is assured providing tho Legislature is Itepublican A spontaneous popular move ment will put him in tho United States Sen ate Tie is accompanied by Secretary of State Curtis tho Tom Corwin of Idaho who abounds In portlncnt anecdotes sotting tho house In a roar They are now on their way up north Good oheor from all over tho Stato A at Kailoy Idaho Sept to night a rousing Itepublican meeting in Jlailoy It was tho first gun of tho campaign on Wood river McOonncll and Mitchell wore tho principal speakers assisted by looal talent Tonight they goto Kotchum and Tuesday to Bollo vuo ZED BRJ T1SHJ3RS BKYAST IX A HUPP I CLEffi OREEK MURDER His Holinoas KOMK Sspt San Francisco Chronicle orazo j to possess some whloh Ima touched j tho sacred hands of tho representative of j St Iotcr has grown to such dimensions that j now tho Pope has been obliged to bo more I careful In his habits than formerly After j hiui ho has drossod lilmself for tho day ho locks tho doors of his private apartment and puts the keys into his pocket In this way he Is able to circumvent any ot his attondants Trho havo bociv In tho habit of put lolyliis numerous small articles which aro used by bis Holiness In his dully routine Thcso they havo sold us reiios to Kngllsh and Ansorlcan Rowan Catholic tourists who have good otT delighted with their pur chases Ono American dec laves tUat he la the happy possessor of a suit of pajamas j uld rusty s and vifuso to have his private busi which tho Pope used to wear Another has his slippers worn nnd a third exhib its with pridu a silk handkerchief In the timoof tho luto Pope Plus IX tho sale of f feet in thivlaw wSiioh has prevented Urltish sinliar effects wore noticed and stops were owners of scaling vejisuls condemned by tho taken to putastop to it for It occaj UnUed States Court ail Sitka ness dragged out by Cooper Cooper Insisted on the necessity for tho production of the books as tho best proof of the stockholders The committee after a privateiconsulta tloiu deckled that It would reserve decision upon the question until it had an oppor tunity to ascertain the extent of Us powers to coiupol tho production of private papers UKUtttNC SKA AND TIIK COUKTS A bill was introduced by In the by Thompson in tlio House to day to amend iho act creating a gov Alaska so to remedy ude Tho Domoctats Made No Ex cept Against llccd PoiaTjANu Sept DIs Francisco Chronicle Series Tho canvass which closod Saturday night was on tho whole ono of tho quietest and least that tho Stato hus over known oven In tho dullestof years lUuch of tho old timo interest of course has vanished latterly out oC Maino politics From buingono oC tho most hotlycon tested of States which so IOIIR hold or still hold curly fall elections It hus now regained its place In tho safe Republican column and tlio Issue of the canvass hero nowadays is generally regarded as ti forgone conclusion This your in fact thoro was little Indica tion of a oxiLpt In tlio slnjdo district tlio south western corner of Iho Stato whloh for Ktouu years and through many political vicissitudes has had the groat and ood fortune to retain tho prasont Spoukor if the House us Us Koproscntatlvo in ongrtss No open light ovon was made hero but thorn ware fours of a still hunt on the part of tho opposition which in con junction with tho political Indilloronco pro vailing throughout tho Stato until within tho last few days might work to roducojtho lormal Republicanmajority here and to ihat extent glvo aid and comfort to tho enemies all through tlio country whom the poakora during and sucueKsful policy of ho hist nlno nHnths has made So intense indood was tho dosiro of tho Democratic National leaders to compass if osslbie the Speakers defeat or at loust to mpair his prestige that few efforts wore pared to inclto tho local Democracy to a and searching canvass against an iiiomy whose power they havo foil and vhoso further chastlsoment they dread to lln gcnural result thoro is little ground for reasonable doubt Governor Hurlolgh is reiUMjted and tho Legislature willremain Itoud llingby Jlillikon and Boutello aro also returned by safo margins In tho last thrrso disfiicts the average Kcpublican majority is something like 5000 and no special effort made to dotoat any ono of the Republican candidates In Mr Kocds district too It is only a question of tho size of his majority A POCATELLO LEAGUE sion of groat scandal at the Vatican Sailors and Dockirnen Strike LONDON Sopt dock laborers coal sailors and fiiromdn of South hampton struck against tho omployrnont of nontinlon mon Tho strikers placed pSckots at tho railway meiwco non unionists who KW going to tako their plaoes r British Oftlccra Stabbwi Y GinRAMVM Sopt PHtish of hero today iniiiinffray wltli Spaniards The trouble arose from a fatallydostructlvoliur rlcankint tho of Italydl1 muclrdam o and destroyed Abridges ajid from approaching the United States Su preuui Court An effort action In both Houses in order that tho pending caso iimy bo taken up and argued before the j Supremo Court ut the and I a judicialdocsioii had upon the elalmsof i to jurisdiction In tho BehrliVg LICHIT SILVEtt OITPEK1SOS The nmouut of silver for sale to fcl o Treasury Department today was ouncivs The amount purchased was Senator Christiancy DeaOI LANStso Sopt tativt Senator Clirlstiauoy cited this evening to wana of tho vas also tlnio Minister to The Republicans Organizing1 aud iu IIuniiony Idaho Sept to Kopuhlieans of Pocatello organized a Republican Loaguo Club here last night with a membership of 243 Tho town has been organized in districts aud committees appointed to make a housoto house canvass and get out all tho Repub lican voters on election day Pocatello can be rolled upon to give ut least two hundred majority for the entire State district and county tickets The Democrats aJc confounded at tho showing made by tho Republicans and aro resorting to trick to stem tho tide They are using ovory effort to in duce somo Republicans who woro supposed to bo disappointed acWon of tho oounty to organize an In dependent ticket but it not work Walttior CiUshaw and Gorton are too faithful influenced by such paltry considerations and they and their frlenda aro already in HnO warmly supporting tho Republican Tho alleged defectionof Robothan withdrew from the State ticket for purely business reasons is exaggerated by tho Democrats Into a scheme on his part to en able support tho candidates on tho ancJsoino tho ap Scniidalons ItovclatJons Brought Ou bySergeant Whites Doath llAUPAX N Sept Dis Francisco Chronicle sonsatlon of the hour in military circles her is the disclosure of the details of tho rccon mutiny in tho First battalion of tho Wcs India rogiinent at Jainalca by which Ser goant Wlilto lost Ills lifo and a doplorabl exhibition of want of disclpiine and dornor was made manifest In tho re iiiont The military authorities made groa ollorts to hush up affairs at the time am the official story Issued by thorn was tlm Sorgoanfc Whito bocamo temporarily insaue and whllo atLcmptliisto ellcof hlsoapturi huhad been killed Tho civil authorise endeavored to havo an invostlgaticn bu woro told they luid no right to inquire into military discipline Tho however insisted and Sergoant Whites body was humcd and an inquost hold Tho facts brought out show that Sorgoair with a guard of ten mon hud charge of a fort called tho Apostlos Battery Ho had It was complained Ser geantMajor and being chargod with insub ordtnation had roftiscd tosubinlt Captain Morris in whoso company was ser geant with an escort proceeded to tho fort to capture him but thoy refused muko tho arrosfc on the groond that they woro afraid White would shoot thorn llo was armed with a Winchester rlflo and fiftysix rounds of Captain Morris charged his men with cowardice and again ordered them to tako Whito but they still refused Morris passionately said he would go alono and face the was as good as his word but White said ho would never again bo subject to tho jurisdiction of the Ser geantMajor of the regiment Morris tlion obtained of armed men who laid siege to tho fort at dusk A miniature battle ensued which lasted half an hour Whito showing vigorous grit A largo number of bullets woro ex changed on both sides Whito apparently receiving vigorous assistance from tho mon under him in tho by this timo would appear to have become open mutineers Tho shades of evening and tho shelter of the guns of tho fort rendered tho bullots of tho attacking party practically harmless tho besiegers also being well under cover but Corporal Allen of tho party under Morris was shot Finally Sorgoanfc White was levied by a bullot from tho ride of SorgcautMajor Hodgkinson tho on whose account the whole trouble originated The Sergeant fallen no further resistance was made A courtmartial WHS heldto inquire into tho conduct of the with White but Its result 1ms not yet transpired Whito had ho had boon over worked and could got no redress It was useless for him to appeal tovhls captain as no had dono so in the presence of Mils supor or and Ills efforts to obtain redress had ilways proved fruitless Tho cowardice and subordination made manifest by tho ovi deneo is makes tho conduct of tho other oltcndors against military dis cipline appear mild EK GO GALLAGHER A Worlds Fair Director Gets Mad and Resigns CniCAOO Sopt a somewhat tart letter VicePresident Bryan of the local i Worlds Fair directory resigned his oflko as director this evening Bryan has tnkcn a prominent part hi tho Worlds Fair move ment from tho beginning and his sudden resignation caused some letter is principally devoted to self defense against tho charges that ho got to go to Georgia and did not get thu vote of a sintrle Congressman of Georgia for Chicago that he sent his son to Sweden for information that any Consul could have furnished find that a gentleman who has been spoken of for DlrectorGenoriil and who has been log rolling for Jackson Park site got for jioing to Paris for information already available In Chicago Mr Bryan enters a flat denial of all those charges and ascribes them to a Stato Senator resident In Chicago Samuel Mulberry Shoots Beber Fill raer Without Provocation KINGSTON AGAINST SALVATGR DTFYERS ANXIOUS XO MAKE A WINNING They Have Lost find Stnlco a Fortune on Tlio HJgri Jumping Itocord JJrokcn And She Went Head First From the Hurricane Deck NEW YORK Sept fTurnuNB Dispatch Sail Fraacisco Chronicle On the pper deck of the Iron steamboat VOephus tlitro was ajoUy party from Pearl of Pekin oompany when coming up from Long Branch on the first trip of tho day In the company was a handsome 20yearold Liilio Young and Slude tho man Thoro wero ton in tho party and they wero seated aCt of the Hag pole When off BayKIdso Lillip Young turned to the sandwich man and said airily Shall I Swinging his hat about his head Slado shouted dramatically Lot her go Then to his surprise Lillie did jump far out Into tho water land a vision of crinollnp flew past the people on tho lower deck and a woman was seen strug gling in the water was great excitement Tho Cophus passed on several hundred yards before By that time the girll picked up by a passing She was taken to Chambers Street llospltal a prisoner on a charge of attempted suicide She somewhat hysterical but will well few days A New York NEW YORK Sept The today closed the store of E Karelsoif the stocking manufactory of tho ShapedSofun NEW YorK Sept Dispatch Francisco Chronicle is considerable talk about a match between Salvator and Kingston Tho fast sou of Spendthrift has been troubled by rheuma tism most of tho year but ho is now all right and as speedy as ever A few days hu ran a trial mile and an eighth over the Gravesond course and is said to have done it in wonderful time Saturday at Shcenshcad Bay Phil Dwycr was asked if lie wouldnt match Kingston against Salvator llo answered Ill bet that ho can boat any horse tho world a mile and an eighth or a mile and a This loaves no room for doubt that al though no formal challenge lias been issued in bohalf of Kingston the Dwyors are ready to match him md it is only necessary for T B Haggin to express a willingness to back Salvator against last years champion to get a match It Is also beyond doubt that Mike Dwyer would bo glad to get a lianco to back Kingston The latter is tho only horse iu the Brooklyn stable that can earn his oats and Miko according to good authority has so far dropped back ing other peoples horses Tho most of his money was lost atMonmouth Park spring 1SS the Dwyers bought twentytwo yearlings Of these Ulaoklock the brother of Sir has proved worth starting and even ho is greatly outclassed by the twoyearolds that have been around New York These facts establish a strong probability that tlip Dwyers are not only willing but eager to hack Kingston as the last ohanco to recover their losses and if no notice bo taken quiet expressions on the sub ject days will elapse before they will declare themselves Should Kingston bo matched Mike Dwynr will back him for an enormous amount THE RESULT OF A SUNDAY SPREE The Murderer Captured and Witness Put Out of the The New Vorlc Central Wreckers Two San Francisco Swindlers ing Roods by Philcmon it is ovitioat that tho arrests wore madooii information furnished by RoiHi Tho latter has boon very prominent in his hostility to tho IMnkorioivs ami against the road so he It is understood tonighi that tho detect ives havo lonriuvl that live men vxiro con cerned in tho dastardly worj uul thatall are undvr arrestexcept one Yager t striking Knight of Labor who is siUd to have skipped Two San Francisco KKSV YORK Sopt S Morroll j alias Saluoz aint Charles Harris alias Ccrj eghino two reputed swindlers from Francisco were arrystod locked u to night on a charso of ui swindle people by prctonding to gout coin out of baso inotai ami selling them for a small percent of ihofaoe valuo The prisoners Train livod it llt avcuuo whcro Morrill oc cupied apnrtinouLs with his mistress an actress In a comic opera company Tho in tended victim of the swindlers was a wealthy New Mexico miner whoso name is withheld by the police FROM STANDPOINT The Senate Tariff DeMc Mes a Very Wide Sange COMPLAINTS OF SOUTHERS SEHATQHS Jumper N Sept Avenuo Driving Park this afternoon tho worlds record for high jumping was broken by tho horse Roseborry owned by Moorohonso of Toronto who cleared the bars at feet and of an inch Tho best previous record also made by Koseberry at Chicago was 0 foot 11 inches PKOVO Utah Sept to Tnns Fowler nnd Marshal Brown returned hero tonlcht having in charge tho man who murdered Hcber Fnliner at Clear Creole yesterday His name is Mulberry not Ferguson as re ported nnd ho claims to havo been in tho Territory three years originally hailing from Pennsylvania whcro ho says ho has a father living For tho last six mouths ho has boon working at a tie camp near Clear Greek and previous to that ho worked at Frisco and at othor points south Yesterdayho was drunk and had a Win chester riflo when Fulmar who was stand ing with two othor mon on tho platform in front of Coburns saloon said something to him about doing too much shooting around there Without any reply or warning Mul berry pulled ujj his rillo and at a distance of fifteen paces sent a bullot through Ful niors right broast Fiilmer staggered and said Im Ono ot tho men standing by rushed to save him frO7ii falling when Mulberry pulled again saying Let loose of him you and the man dodged only just In time to escape tho second shot Mulberry then broke and run and escaped up tho canon Fulnior lived about three minutes after being shot At daylight this morning the officers started on Mulberrys trail and cap tured him about seven rnilcs up tho canon near tho tiocanip in company with a brother of the man ho had murdered Mulberry did not know who it was ho had shot how over and told tho officers ho was preparing to givo himself up His rlllo wivs found in the bushes below the camp When what reason bo had for killing Fulmar he answered that he had none The killing appears to havo been solely the devilish act of a drunken man The murderer is at present lodccd n the Utah county jail An inquest will be hold on tho body of Fulmor at Springvillo tomorrow morning A SILENT WITNESS A Porter Arrested YOKIC Sept doreetlve today arrested John an employee of tho car works on a of forging a number of notes of farmers in Price county Iowa six years ago Tho prisoner left for Vowa in charge of Sheriff Stunner of Page county A Kentucky Fovjjor Onyitttreil Sept Clay of Par who absconded about a mouth mo af ter having forged paper on his father and grandfather to the Amount of was brought back to Paris today hy his father inlaw Captain Thomas A PanTan IliiA Sopt police made a wholesale raid on Chi nese gambling houses on street and captured of faiiian K Allison That tho South Is Fatrly Swear Uouuty Reciprocity Protection tho For CRII Policy and Many Other Topics Threo Drunken Capsize a Boat aud One Is Drmvnoil A very sad accident occurred at ISvergrecn lake last ovening Throe nuii In a boat on tho lake mid being slightly tho worse for liquor they proceeded to havo a sood timo rocking iho boat and jesting ono another In doing this tho was overturned and the woro in the iaka None of the party could swim and it was with dillioully that two of the mon were rescued Tho third a man named Eniaunel Roland was drowned The body was recovered this morning by a party who wore dragghig the lake leaves a wife and child to mourn his un timely death Killed WASHINGTON Sept Senate morning agreed to tho conference report on tho liivcr and ITnrbcr bill without di vision Tho bill now goos to the President Tho Tariff bill was taken up debate on tho bill and amendments to bo limited to thirty minutes for any Senator on any ono subject After a number of verbal amendments wero agreed to Plumb offered in ment a duty of per distilled spirits Ho said ho offered it be cause ho believed it would bo necessary to have tlio additional revenue thus provided to moot tho requirements of tho Government Tho reduction of tho revenues which tho bill it passed tho House would MVcet has been estimated it By tho restoration at tho tobacco tax in tho that reduction has boon diminished to 4uulli3ei by tho somewhat ambiguous from Senate Committee that If tha j im portations woro ktMit up on tho prcseno senlo jiotwlthstandlng tlio incroaso ot duties tho reduction of revenue would bo i Yesterdays Races SH BE PS HE Sept Tlircoyearold and upwards mile Drizzle won Arundel second Madstone third Time 1 M2 25 Woodstock stakes twoyearolds nille on tho turf Lord Harry won Woodcutter sec ond Algernon third Time 4 15 Threeyearolds futurity course about threefourths ofS niilo Bobby Beach won Phocbo second Veronla third Time 25 Mile and a furlong Sam Wood won Black Thorn Birthday third Timo Mllo and throesixteenths Demuth won Stockton second Rizuath third Timo Throoyearolds and upwards seven eighths of a mile on tlio Benedictine won Frank Ward sncond Lola May third Time 35 Closing day at tho circuit racos at ITampdoii Park Twotwentysix trotting 81500 divided unfinished from Saturday Mamie Woods won Autograph second Major Ulrlch third Nichols distanced Best time Springfield stakes trotting Pimllco won Oaelsey D second Abble V third Nightingale fourth Best timo The Players Brotherhood Pittsburg defeated Cleveland today by good fielding and heavy batting Attendance 1000 5 0000030 Cleveland 0 Pittsburg 10 Clovcland 0 1 Cluvolnnd Morris and Quinn Gruber aud Stein Ferguson and llolbert A Man Who Knew Too Much About a Murder Case BUFFALO N Sept Dis Francisco Chronicle mysterious death occurred at the Fitch Hos pital this morning of Charles Kelly who had recently ilgurcd as an important witness In an inquest held by Coroner Kenncy to ascertain the of the death of Patrick Cox Alias Patrick Murphy who was found unconscious 6n Main street on Saturday evening August 23rd and who died in tho cell room at the police station the following morning from a fractured skull Kelly has beon confined for safe keeping at police headquarters until a fow days ago when ho was released on his promise of not leaving the city This morning Patrolman Ramsdell while coming street found Kelly ly ing on his back his head thrown back and his clenched hands extended as if in tho midst of a deadly struggle Soon after he was taken to the hospital whoro he died at 10 oclock tonight A wound was found threo inches long and one and a half inches above and back of tho right ear The police say that Kelly was murdered to prevent his appearing at timo against Coxs assailants THE CENTRAL WRECKERS A KnJte BUTTE Sept Special to Tcin Ungh i workman in tho Bluo Bird mino was instantly killed this afternoon by a cave Ho was engaged in tearing down an old Hue Loosening a quantity of earth it foil upon him brok ing his neck Tho deceased was 35 years of age unmarried He leaves a brother who is working in the Lexington mino Chicago ivon by pood batting uffnlq 5 Ihicago 0 001 15 9 Buffalo 10 Chicago 14 Buffalo 0 Chicago S and lack Baldwin and Darling Gaffuey ndSheridiiu BOSTON Boston won this afternoon by heavy hatting Boston 4002510 New York 0 0000302 BKOOKLTX Blunders played an important part in tho gnrno his afternoon as but twelve runs were carried 2 04 0 0 01 Philadelphia 0 Tiie National g Company and the store of E Karelsbn importer of precious Adolphus and Frank whom a was enlcrcd consent for The debts of the concern are about Census Ketunis poiutmenV of clerk iu caseof Sop r revised census roturnsofthd the limits i Philadelphia won in inning by sharp laying hiladelphia 00 0 1 00200 Philadelphia 4 Brooklyn 7 Errors hiladetphia 3 Brooklyn 2 Butteries Vickery nd Clements Lovett and Daily Umpire owers CHICAGO Chicago easily won todays game Attend nce 500 Chicago 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 7 0 1 1 0 3 Pittsburg 5 Chi cago 3 Piusburg 3 Stein and Kittridge Anderson and Ifmpircirilc Quaid 1TEW TOIIK After eleven hard fought innings had been pltiyed darkness stopped further hostilities mak ing it a drawn game was replete brilliant New 0 i 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 2 2 00 1 100 0 0 Now York 11 Boston 4 York 3 Boston 4 Sharroth ancl Clarke ichols ilardie Lynch Narrow Escape of a Heavily IJadeii Express Train POTJGHKKEPSIE N Sept des perate attempt was made tonight to wreck the fast St Louis and Chicago Express which leaves Now York on tho New York Central at 6 Tho train was stopped by the danger signal at the south of old Troy 000 yards south of the now Hamburg draw bridge Two niinutes previous a flag man had discovered several tics standing endways in a culverc near Old Troy and when he took hold of one of thorn to remove it he was firedupon from tho bushes on tho east side of tho track Knowing the fast express was nearly due he ran southward and sofc signal which stopped tho train Tho flagman said thotiesstuck up above the rails and would havo certainly thrown tho train from the track The fast trainwascomposed of seven or eightsleeping all full two ordinary and a baggage car Therewere eight ties main track There were also two ties placed alongside the rails to ward as to dioh tho train Tho train passed here half an hour later A Tarrific Colision LocicrouT N Y Sopt morning two North Shore limited trains collided v full head of steam on with tcrrilic force in this city The engines woro bad Jy wrecked and the tenders driven into tbo Vmffcl next them The baggageman P Koildcr was killed and two othertraln men seriously hurt The passeujrcrs wero shaken up but none A Fatal Wreck W Sept morn ing two freight trains mot in collision on the Baltimore Ohio thirty miles east Both engines and a curs wero de stroyed Tbo wreck took fire Engineers Dominick Kelly and Triclclcy and an un known man supposed to bo a tramp were killed Struck by Sept struck tho offices of tho Pennsylvania llallroad Company at noon completely destroying them Many vahianlo papers vrore burned Tho losses wore heavy Traffic Is temporar ily v THE IDAHO MASOXS The Grand Loci KG to Meet at Boise Today BOISK CITT Idaho Sept to the Grand Lodpc of Masons of tho of Idaho will be Ju session at Masonic Wall in this city Dele gations representing every county in the State will bo present and they will be re ceived by a committee of the local lodge and properly entertained Tlio present ofil ccrsof tbo Grand Lodge are Grand Master Governor George L Shonp Hon Ainslle Deputy Grand Master I S Weiler Senior Grand Warden E A Jordan Junior Grand Warden J H Wickorsham Grand Secre tary Charles Him rod Grand Treasurer Comptroller Wlpkovshnm is arranging Iarje frames containing the portraits of all tho Past Masters of tho various lodges of tho State A TOBACCO PROTEST AN ARISTOCRATIC SMUGGLER The American Association BOCHKSTEK 1 3 I Lonisvilhs i Baltimore Athletics 2 TlieVWestern Nine Thousand Dollars Worth of Jewelry Seized at New York NEW YORK Sept 8 V K Medhurst the young Englishman who some time ago in herited from his uncle arrived to day from Liverpool He brought along with him his horses and carriages intending to remain hero some time Today a special agent of the Treasury Department ordered a careful investigation of Medhursts bag gage Tho result Is that tliero Js now on seizure in tho Custum House over of diamonds and pearls put together in the most exquisite workmanship As they orriameots fit only for ladles use ancl with monograms on them that did not correspond with his Initials they vrero promptly seized All Medhurst stated when the seizure was made was that when the goods were sold he rriighfrbo on hand to buy them in Rev Spurgeon Arrested Sept Bev Spurgeon formerly of Brooklyn wanted in this larceny of a horse and phaeton was arrested hero He tried to selltheliorse to JDetective Bond AYhen arrested Spurgeon had two pawn tickets and three worth in at New York Importers Doiit Like the McKinlcy Bill NEW YORK Sept large number of the importers of leaf tobacco held a meeting today to tuke action on the McKInley Tariff bill Garrison Mayo president of tho Leaf Tobacco Board of Trade occupied tlio chair Tho chairman explained that it would result in disaster to the trade if the McKImcy bill passed in Its present shape and it would be impossible to get merchan dise out of bondi in t5ie time proposed by the bill A resolution was unanimously adopted that Congress be petitioned to amend tha bill so that it shall not apply to merchan dise imported into this country prior to tho passage of the bill and lying in bonded warehouses at that tirae Harrison Visits an Old Church CRESSOK SPUUSTGS Sept Presi dent and party took a long rSsiting the villages of Lorettb and Gallitzfn At Loretto is located a famous Catholic convent established nearly batihundred years ago The President Inspected the old church attached to the convent and Father Ryan gave him a brief history of the place The President intends tb pay another visit to tho place to look over the old convent Tho party returned to Cresson in tho after noon having enjoyed thair ride groatly The President received1 a private Telegram Inthe afternoon predicting the success of the Republican ticket in Maine by u inajor ity of He evinced great T interest in the election K J4 J Lincoln i J kteudint ilic detained all day sus onoj of train tbis mprhlnffby the nrrest of John Kiernan a The ST LOCK Sept annual meeting of the Railway will here to morrow The Press has been furnished with the annual statement for the year endiuz Juno ao ISOO It Gross morning aforestfire brokbvoHt txjn miles south rtracksof Tho Plumb wont on to r appropriations for tho year and to argno that appropriations for futuro years would not fall ihoit thoso for this year and would In regard to pensions Jarpoly exceed hem In fact ho should bo if tho next threo years paynniit on account of that vould not amount to a year Horry asked Plumb how many applica tions had already boon received under the now pension law Plumb jravo tho number pvt over hundred thousand will bo botwccn aiKl in all Plumb said ho had no doubt that there would bo 10 applications under that law nnd tho appropriations under itwould amount to at least sixty a year within tho noxfc throo or four jio ostnuatcd tho expendi tures ut the Government at Its revenues and said a deficit WHS just as sure as the rising of tho sun Wilson opposed tho amendment on tho Rronnd that it wouM put Into pockets of men who owned tha gallons of distilled spirits on hand Dawes opposed tho amendment because tho increased tax would not apply to whisky on which would bo thus ap preciated Jr price to amount of 35 cents a gallon and also because ho would not admit by Implication that tho pending bll would result in a deficit Plumb modified his amendment making It apply to all whisky produced withdrawn from bond Tho amendment waa nays Vance moved to reduce tho duty on card clothings from 50 to 25 cents per foot liojoctod Tho sugar section was then lalron op tha Immediate subject under consideration inji tho Finance Oommlttcoa amendment to tho paragraph imposing sugars abovo No Sherman argued against tho amendment and in favor of the Bouse proposition which would allow all sugars under No 12 Dutch standard includinggood qualities oj brown sugar largely used by tho eomo in free of duty The amendment waa agreed IJC nays 12 The next vote was on tho Senato amend ment to tho same paragraph increasing tha duty sixtenths of one cent per pound in stead of fourtenths as fn tho Houso Tho amcudmenc was agreed 2V nays 23 Quay offered an amendment fixing thfl duties bstweon No 13 and No 10 at throe tenths a cent per pound between No and No 20 at sixtenths and abovo 20 ono cent Mandcrson moved to amend Quays amendment by puttiuc the proposed duty of ono cent per pound on all sugar abova No 20 at eighttenths cent per iiound In stead of ono cent Quay modified his amendment aa gcstcd by Munderson Gorman opposnd tho amendment as In tho Interest of tlio sugar rollnors giving thorn an absolute monopoly Vest also opposed it Tho refiners had now ho said all they wanted They bad triumphed by tho votes taken today which put Into their pockets millions and millona of dollars Quayk amendraent was rejected Tho provision of paragraph 223 that la case of an export duty Imposed by any country tho sugars from that country shall e subject to the duties under existing liura after discussion was withdrawn Quay moved to includesugars made from maizo stems among the sugars for which a Bounty of two cents per pound Is to foe Rejected Tho next question on tbo Finance t tommlttees amendment to include sugar among these for which a bounty foe paid Agreed 30 nays 25 All other amendments referring to maple sugar wero agreed to and tho timo for filing noiiees in connection with claims ounty fixed at prior to Juiy 1st instead or ranuary of each year Fryo offered an amendment to pay bounty of a cent a pound on sugar from im ported molasses There was ho al of two or three millions Investedin itj Che business gave employment to 400 can vessels and paJd over a ytjM1 Iri rclght to thorn There was also Cvrtenoiret cooperage connected with tbe business he industry would bo destroyed by tho bill as absolutely as if struck by light uing The principle on which a bounty to paid on sugar from cane sorshum and boots was that oncourageaicnt was to bo furnished to thoso agifcultural but the proposition now offered tically to pay a bounty of fivo cents agallon on all molasses imported isco tho States Fryes ameadtneat was Mandersoa offered an amend cient for admission free ot duty cf machicery for manufacture of beet sugar refunding of duties collected on sucb machinery filnce January Eustls moved to amend tbo amendment so as to extend it to machineryfor sorgfc um Without vote rich jjaid he would try and haveall amondv ments voted on tonight bave the bill at tlfe stage cf third reading tomornjH morning Ho also gavsnotico that for tlio committee offer the bill shall take effect tho 1st 1SOO The Senate thea At the evening session the Senato in favor of thoV sition Allicbn replied to tho remarks and Gorman of Finance discrimination   

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