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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE MOST EXTENSIVE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM j ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION CIRCULATION EXCEEDING ALLTHE OTHERDAMS Til CITY COMBINED VOL 239 ummi Mullen FIVE HUHBREDWEH SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATUEDAY MOBKTSTG SEPTEMBER 2U 1890 PKICS FIVE CESTTS The Disastrous Cruise of a Turkish HanofWar OSMAN PASHA AMONG THE DROWNED The Was Sent Out Without SuppliesMore Arreflterl BairourH StarvingOut Policy A Horrible Discovery at Vicuna L LoNnor Sept vices from Itato tJiat the Turkish manofwar foundered at sea and of her crow wore drowned The advices from Illoga state that tho mall stoamor Musasehl Marn was lost off Cochin and all her crew with the exception of one Japanese were drowned Tho iertnKraul a wooden of mounted fortyono 8un9 of small caliber and was builtln 1 us a and All Iasha envoys of tho biittiin to the Enpnror of Japan wero the drowned mission from the Sullan tn tho Mi kado Tho prnsrtSH of tho nlPCfshokft Coiistttiitlnoplu for thu iManyinoRlhH had boon Leaving Turkey short of money it was un derstood thut supplies wore to Do sent hor to the ports at she was to coal with tho result that hotsojourn on the countrks was Jiidodiiltoly prolonpd as the home woro unable to keep their In this way Hhe lost HOIHO of hor crow and her omotTi were many times on of relMlfion induced by starvation while tho Governors of the cities visited refuse to remit harbor and grant other loces of ilKht due her an a Turkish rnanof war on tho ground that while she was sail ing In that character thoro was not powder omiiinh on board to enable her crew to lire tho regulation salutes After many worthy of opotttboulTo the finallj iii rived irx Japanese waters and was on hu voyago when the occurred THE HUSH ABKBSTS Balfour Said to Bo Purfiuinsr a StarvinpOut Policy LONDON Sept Dispatch San Krancitwo Uhnmlclc Series and OBrien are snroly In for another six months Imprisonment Their plans for an American tour aro spoiled They put under heavy ImU today by the magis trate to appear for trial the middle of Octo ber This Is Balfours first move to utilize the impending dlstresa In Ireland to starve tho people into his Hchomo of omlfirutlon which wlllbohln trump card this autumn The Irish party regard the arrests as a deliberate plan oC Hulfoiir to outolV Americansupp us Those men arc not prOHOCiitort lor Bunches qocaotly delivered but for speeches dollv erecl five months aso The of Halfonr and nls landlord allies are now wholly centered on tho puSMl blllty of starving out the Nationalists ur iiiilxatloir by concentrated action The TandlordH havo also bORun evictions on a arso scale in dliVerent parts of tho country so aVio drain tho resources of the National League Whatever can bo said iwt Halfour ho Is a man who pursues ills po ley vigorously onco he makes up his mind Unless lu is met with powerful resistance CromAmcrlea ho will suroly eonlrlvo to send America paupers from the west feast of Troium be Ohrlstmas 0 Brlon has already been In 5all live times undoc tho coercion act and Dillon three times DUBLIN Scut Jjohn Cullinanco and Michael Da ton members of tho League have beon arrested J Sullivan will probably make a tour of America Tho Wsfoon Kiot LiSBONV Sept nipht a eight policemen In the streets A ooulllot iirouo In which stones and rovolv ors were freely used Fortytwo rioters wero arrested Livtoothe riot became gon oral and tho municipal guard was oa led out Tho mob then took refuse in tho uato Martinho In tho 1laza Dom Vedro where tho oustoiocra consisted of journalists dep uties and merchants Tho soldiers ttred Into the building several occupants Sonor has been on trusted with tho formation oC a No Slave Decree Issued telegraphs offi cially from that neither at Bar nor ai has any proc lamation with rofovonoo to slave trading boca issued that no licenses have been granted dealers that no action against freed slaves ever occurred on the coast and that tho statement that Zanzibar dealers have gone to the coast to engage in tho slavo trade Is unfounded The Crippoes LONDON Sept from Occra state that tho Orippee chiefs have deposed tho Governor of the Gold Coast to protest against the transfer of tho country to Gor PROHIBITION IX CANADA A Conibiac of for Political Action MormiEAL Sept T UIUUNE Blapatch San Francisco A most Important fVKrecment has been arrived at between the Murtlno Prohibition party uniting tho whole combination Into one cle ment for political action The agreement that it is duslrablo Irt all constitu encies whuro possible to put forward a Pro hibition enmlidato who can bo counted on to actively promote prohibition la Parlia irjcnt ii entire Independence of party alle giance Failing In this JC is desirable to unite the Prohlbibion vote In favor of sucn trustworthy Prohibitionists as will bootber in the field as ujjaliisL those who can not claim the Prohibition support or at least that Prohibitionists be urjred to with hold their votes from nonProhibitionists Mapainst Prohibitionists that the Prohibi tionist voters in uvcry constituency should imniudlfituly so as to bo prepucd to tako early jart in tho present political action In connection with the coming elec tions that In view of tho necessity of Itn jnofiluto action all Prohibitionist bodies In oncli province are uireil to meet without delay on common ground to as far as posslblo on a common jiCLlon ENGLISH ARMOR WORTHLESS AN IMPORTANT TJTCST OF STEEL AND COMPOUND Jid British VoHKolfl Must J5o 3RoArmorod on Fronch on tlio Kigfhfc Track Dispatch1 Francisco ChronicU An napolis four arinorpiorcing shells were drcd at each of three plates rop resentlng a ships armor Tho test was the most sovoro ever made against plates of thy used but It was similar for all throe All of those plates worts for eign made the shells were foreign tnado but the powder and gun were American The proJuctMes in most cases proved equal tov tlio doinands usado upon tliorn hcnco tho ecmparatlve value of armor was satisfac torily determined Two of ho plates wore stool ones contain ing between throe and five per cent nickel The third was what Is known as a compound pinto a lnird steel faeo on a wrought Iron hacking about onothlrd of tho thickness sifiol wuldud upon iron This plate represented the class of armor that lias beon rulopUsd almost universally for English war ships and Cor war ships built In England fov other nations That tho special gun used in the Annapolis test should have plurcecl all of tho plates was no more than exports ox poctocl It was the comparative result that gave the trial a world wide significance Tho com pound plate had miserably failed whllo under tuo sumo conditions oC stress two plates havo signally withstood their trial There can bo no dodging the moaning of this victory Tho compound armor by thousands ot tons that now clings to tho sides of existing English battleships must come Compound armor In oqunl amounts now designed for English Hhlpswlll never goon Tho Kronoh stool plates am tho victors and tlm designs for tho French navy arc proved superior to those for tho English In this country wo had planned for the use of nil stool plates This trial shows that wo need tako no stops backward U also moans a blow to British naval Hiipromncy whoso olToot can bo esti mated only when we ahsill know how the British admirallty intend to act upon it It makus English armor a back number until the ship designs and ship builders shall conform to the new knowledge secured in tho Annapolis trials MOGRAI MONSTER TELESCOPE THE THJ5 INSTRUKENT ED AT OADIZiJKJDGE Tho Grliulinf nml Finishing Tlio Will Bo ITHty lroot Long and ofti rent Aowor o Crlppocs at Voice resisted and de feated a German force wounding several of them Tfce Minors Demands Sept Minors Comsress In Halle decUted to prnsont petitions to the Bundesrath and Reichstag and the various Ministers asking that mining laws be passed to effect various reforms in hours wages sanitary conditions etc The Kaiser ROIINSTOCK Sept army maneuv ers wore concluded today Emperor Wll llim led tho final attack Emporor Francis Joseph was with tbe army of defense which Franco and tho Alliance PAWS Sept says Emporor William and tho Emperor of Austria held a ion debate on the admission of Franco into tho alliance with Germany Austria and A Horrible Disclosure VIENNA Sept body of a woman Tvas exhumed at Sezgedlne today lor au topsy It was found that tho had been burleflalive and had given birth to a child In the ooilln Tho Sydney Strikers SypSBY thousand constables have been enrolled TheLabor Conference has decided to call out the shearors and carriers next Sualciin SuXKiM Sept has broken out among the Osman BIgna has arrived at Handouti aud threatens to attack Suaklm Gount Suicides Sept Francisco Chronicle Tho pluss for tho telescope for the Univor alty oC Southern California was unpacked yesterday by Alvan G Clark in tho pres ence of Judge Wldnoyof Los Angeles his son Kobort and several others The plasa was found to bo in perfect condition Olark fondled it as though lie were raising an in fant from a cradle and looking at It admir ingly sold What a beauty it is No one over saw its Widneys eyes danced with pleasure as he looked through it Ho said he was perfectly satUltocl that it would be the biggest and most perfect glass in the world It requires a couple of years more to finish It When ready it will represent a value of Olark says the curve on oiio side Is almost perfect but that the other will need a little outting Tt bus not yet been deckled whether to have the remainder of the work done hero or InCalifornia The list process this new and far greatest Ions ever attempted will have to undergo will bo grinding to a proper eurvo It will bo placed ina mill and made to at a low and uniform rate or speed Tho llncst of sharp steel instruments will cut out tho surplus and tho smoothing machine moving in a constantly curve will bo for months and months passing over its surface before the lens can bo utilized During the time It will be tested perhaps hundreds of times by the aid of a silver mirror till its proper focixl power shall have been es tablished red oxide of iron is used forgrind Ing and beeswax brings out a perfect polish Evenafter tho machines have dono till their lino work it will remain for human lingers to complete tho process The total length of the telescope cannot bo decided upon until tho fooal power of tho Ions his been established but it is esti mated thiit it will bo between fifty and sixty foot Besides being an object glass it is also a photograph glass The largest astronomical photograph lens previously made has been but twentyfour inches in diameter and it is expected that tho present cine wlirnocGiupUsh unheard of revealing tho wonders of tho starry ilicmamcht Judge baid that through it the moon will look as ifonly 100 iviiies awny and that if there are any cities or largo bntidings on itssurface their presence will bo revealed through its aid The glass it is thought will also settle the question asto the supposed signals of light the inhabitants of Mars are under to DO makins to tho people earth ANOTHEK MIGHTY Honduras and Nicaragua May En SAN JirAN Sept rTiuiiUNB Francisco Chronicle jvrnmunlUon1 tJbq Govern incut in New York Is oatb tin botiweon the two republics have tbo feolins has been iutonsiflca Salvfidoc ftnS jit is1 a notorious mttny towns Jloridurus uro en Nicaragua antl meiii Hqntluras now f bp fiovernmeut iis of De uu oan rpvblviitianlis Claggett and ORonrke Roast tbe Idaho Enemy BOISE ABLAZE WITH ENTHUSIASM Democrats Now Claim But Eight Members of the Legislature A Cute Mormon of a Herald Political BOISTS CISY Idaho Sept to Republican rally tonight was by far tho largest and most enthusias tic held hero so far during the campaign Tho announcement that Hon William H Claggett the Henry Clay of Idaho and the fluent Irishman Phil ORourko would ad dress our citizens created much interest among people of the Capital City Long before the time announced far the speaking to crowds thronged the streets to witness tho pyrotechnic display announced to come oIT Tho City Band elegantly uni formed paraded the streets accompanied by torchbearers From various public buildings skyrockets shot towards tho sky Roman cannons were let oil and balloons were sent up amid wild cheering Sennas lurgo Opera House was packed tho par quetto and gallery jammed full with eager throngs Every seal was filled wore present Tho wealth beauty and tal ent of tlit capital turned out to hoar the eloquent speakers whosonames stood for the enunciation of Uio wise broad princi ples of the Republican party Thti stage was gay with flags bunting and flowers A now feature oL1 this rally was on the stage of a large number of young wliose beauty and grace lent cciat to tho occasion When HON MITT OllOURKlO stopped in front of tho platform aud looked over tho magnificent audience he was greeted with prolonged cheers His speech was full of wit from tho start to finish His of Irish anecdotes is endless His arraignment Democratic party for its record on silver and lead was most masterly The silver record of the Democratic party was a farce Their protended advocacy of silver was a pollticaltravesty On the Mor mon question he urgfid the people to see to it Unit the laws are executed and tho Saints kept where they belonged lie urged tho Republicans to do no trading but to vote a straight ticket allowing personal differ ences to sink out of show their gratitude to tho Republican party for what it lias dono for Idaho by making her solidly and overwhelmingly Republican After a beautiful selection by tho band flON WM U GljAQGETT was introduced IIo was greeted with pro longed applause Mr Claggett was in splen did trim As ho advanced to his work throwing the magic wand of his eloquence his audience theyresponded warmly and listenedattentively A Government like ours depended the virtue and intelligence of the people He would try to influence manyof his Demo cratic friends saw present to vote tho Republican ticket lie would ask whether any older Democrats present stood upon any proposition that they advo cated thirty years ago Democracy upheld slavery they do not uphold it riow Democ racy inChicago in 1SG4 opposed tho war and urged than tbe seceding States bo allowed to go out the Union they did not stand by this now All were in favor of an indivisible Nob one Democrat present even if lie fought under the stars and bars but that was glad that bis party was defeated in tbornatter Tho financial policy of tho Republican party was indorsed by the Democrats now Tbo wildcat bonds were the product of the Democratic policy Under the Republican policy tho United Slates had become richer by ovor fifteen billions of dollars than any other nation on the face of the globe The worklngmau had not lost a cent of his earn ings under the Republican1 financial policy Who passed the homestead Jaw It was op posed by tho Democratic party Tho settle ment of tho West was duo to tho homestead laws enacted by the Republican party Democracy had favored a repudiation of tho National debt and favored the Green back heresy they do not endorse this now Mr Clagett ably defended tbe action of the Republican Congress in passing the rules advocated by Speaker Reed for the facilitating of public business He regarded as one of the greatest victories of the de cade the peoples representa tives to transact their business and give needed legislation despite tho filibustering tactics of a hostile minority In view of tho fact that Democracy had been domin ated on everyproposition lie would submit whether it would not be becoming on thoir part to bo a trifle modcst in drafting their platform and not denounce everything the Republican party has done as they did in in thoir State Advancing to the discussion of State tlons Mr Ghirgctt took up the subject of arid lauds Tho wise provision of Idahos Constitution public practice ns to water rights and public lands Ithad put all tho water of tho State under the regulation of the Legislature In California by tho law there one man managed to get acres of land and control all the water adjoining No one should be allowed to control so much land It should bo cut up into small tracts and bo settled by en terprising The owning of largo tracts of land by individuals or corporations tended to build up landlordism in the United States and to give us soon a prob lem similar to the Irish question to settle As to the construction of canals and reser voirs for the irrigation of arid lajicTS by the United States Government it would a century orso for the Government this and cost sum more than the national favored turning over tbo arid lauds to thoState with conditions and restrictions one of which should be that no one manshould be allowed to pur chaso more than eighty acres aud give only to actual settlers The policy of the Republican party had built up American manufactures and fos tered American industries until the United States was the industrial dictator of the world Immigratioirwas pouring here from free tradeccouri tries at tho rate of a half million a this They came condition andwpre bettering Foreign capital was pouring into the country to partake of the general prosperity created by the wise legislation ol the Rer publican party Fipb adelusion and a Y had added to the Crour a day Good cheor was corn I ngTf rp m all over1 the S tate Ireland were ranks He the part of ail of October This meeting hasinado many votes the famous Dubois will knife Willey for Licutenaut Governor and vote for Taylor the Demo cratic nominee has not tho least shadow of truth It originated in the inebriated brain of the correspondent No such thing is talked of anywhere Duboisis doing heroic work all through Idaho In favor of the wBole ticket and it will be elected The splendid work on tho stump of such men as Dubois McGonnell Claggett ORourke and Gunn with the silent influ ence of that grand man Governor Shoup whose life itself is a prodigy of power and whose name causes an inspiration all work ing in harmony for tho good of the means Republican success almost secure The Democrats claim only eight members of the Legislature and Parker of the Idaho county Frce Press claims only five It will not exceed eleven The Republicans un derstand the Democratic scheme is to trado oil1 tho State officers whom they have no show of electing for legislative candidates to make the Legislature Democratic but it wont win They will stand togetherand elect all An indication of tho situation may be gathered from this fact At Bullion near Hailey strongly Democratic out of fiftysix voters most of whom arc Demoovats a Republican meeting there all but three pledged themselves to vote the Republican ticket There is reliable information from Sho shone Owyhee Ouster and Boise strong mining counties that the miners solidly support the Republican ticket far mers near tho mining centers like wise as Republican legislation by helping themining interests also helps them All the imported Democratic orators in tho country cannot change tho current ol popu lar opinion setting towards the Republican party and forecasting Republican success Mormon boodle cannot change it All are I at work and will keep at work until after tho THfJ E A Mormon Democratic Orator From Ohio iiR Idaho Sept to is last day for regular registration although the registrars must register applicants when application is made at the place of registration untilthe Friday night before tho election The Mor mons are still refusing to correct the regis tration lists and all the registrars arc hold ing themselves liable to criminal prosecu tion and indictment by the United States The Mormons have nominated a tax payers ticket in this county aud claim that they will beat tho Republican Slate Tho necessary stepswill betaken by the proper ollicials to see that every Mormon vote is kept out of the ballotbox Judge Olaggott in his Poeatello speech declared thalthis must bo done and the uallotbox protected against the Mormon steal If it entire executive authority of to accomplish it The speeches of Judge OlaggcttandJTidge Sweet have thoroughly aroused the Gentiles of the Southeast and the Republicans are sure of carrying these counties by the okl Iashioned anilMormon publican are well attended and enthusiastic and tho Kepubli THE The Bloody Tragedy Witnessed by Montana Teamster A BOGUS SHERIFF KILLS A STRANGER Idaho Morn an More Churcju dignitaries Arrested Anestecl Tor Defending Crim The Ilecord of Crime v the can now fiftyfour count on members forty out of of iliev Legis lature In Mils judicial ocrats arc making ft bltfcer Standrod or District Judge but he will be elected by a Isirso majority and jnvniaiiy cities will receive the entire Gentile vote Tho Mormons are especially anxious to beat Sf ancirod and Winters tho oandiclaio for District Attorney and for this reason they will both receive an increased majority in Ouster and Lemhi counties QW P Ohio formerly chairman of tho Bouse Committee on Territories is now canvassing tho State for theDemo crats making froo trade speeches and denouncing tho McKinley bill Ho says nothing about Statehood lead or tbo local industries This gentle man has an unsavory on the Mormon question bat he has notbing to say about bis Mormon record in Congress WhiUier District Attorney BJagj ham county has announced himself as an independent candidate for State Senator for the purpose of defeating EOROVS the Repub lican nominee who is a friend of iDubois Whittler was at Eagle Rock with several Democrats yesterday and un doubtedly paying his expenses He will not however receive any Kepnblican votes although his Democratic friends assure him tbat ho will A few daysago he wrote a letter to tho chairman of the State Committee defining his position The Jotter is in the hands of the United States Attorney and was shown your correspond ent today The letter is one of and most obscene communications forwarded through tho United States mail the mailing of which was an unpardonable violation of the statute prohibiting the mailing scoue matter but the United States Attor ney declined to state what action would be taken with reference to the same The Colorado Ticket DENVER Sept At this morn ings session of the Kepubiican State Con vention JohivL Koutt of Arapahoe county received the nomination for Governor Judge William Story Ouray Lieutenant John Fesslcr Garfield State Treasurer This afternoon the convention completed the ticket as follows Secretary of State E J Eaton of Colorado Springs J Auditor John H Henderson Logan county At torneyGeneral Samuel W of Sum nrit Superintendent of Public Instruction Fred Dicks of Las Ariimas Want aii Election Law CoLTOroiA S CM Sept The Republican State convention decided today not to put any ticket in the field A platform was adopted denouncing tee prostitution of the ballot in South Carolina endorsing the Administration of President Harrison approving the course of Speaker Reed and regretting the failureof the Sen ate to pass the Election bill BTJTTE Sept to The deputy sheriff of Silver Bow brought a highly sensational story of mur der to the Sheriffs office lust night The story came secondhand to the oflicer from one Willard a woodhauler who lives in a cabin in tho hills about five miles north of Silver Bow About ten days ago Willard was out in the hills looking for his mules when he mot a stranger riding horseback Tho man said he bad been out and complained of hunger AYillard invited tho stranger to his cabin which invitation was promptly accepted Tho two rode together toward the cabin While they were riding along Svillard suddenly heard some one say I have found you at last Throw up your As he heard this he turned and saw a sec ond stranger upon a gray horse covering stranger No 1 with a doublebarreled shot gun As tho arms of No 1 went up the gun was discharged both loads taking effect under the arms and causing instant death As he fell the stranger dismounted broke his gun and dropped in two fresh cartridges after which he turned and said Good morning to WJllard pleasantly This friendly greeting gave Willard renewed courage as ho had thought the last two charges most have been intended for him In tho explanation of his action at last tho stranger said that he had been after his ht that he had cut a man below Anaconda and had then stolen a horse upon which he made his escape He was tho Sheriffof Deer Lodge county and had been on the trail ever since determined to cap ture this man or die trying Ho had shot his prisoner because he was a desperate man and his chances would be safo wjth him Now that Ihave got said the sunposcd Sheriff what ami going to do with him Willard advised him to tie the tho back of the horse and carry it on1 in thatway which was done Willard of course believed the mans story about being an officer and allowed him to 50 with the body withbut It is hisopinion that the body was dumped into the nearest prospect hole A posse went out this afternoon to examine the ground and see if anything can be found of the remains It is reported tonight that Ben Jones formerly in the employ of Lovell is the supposed murderer but the victim is unknown Jones occupied a cabin near the scenedescribed by Willard until quite re cently but the place is now deserted and has left the country It 1s believed search party will 2nd the remains of thomurdered A HUBBUB IN IDAHO The Arrest of a Mormon Adulterer Creates a Furore MOSTPEWEB to has been the scene of considerable excitement the past two days Deputy Marshal W S Hopson ar rested B W Driggs indicted for adultery in Utah Driggswas arrested on a telegram stating that he was wanted by tho Utah Marshal TV S Spence District Attorney for this was employed to defend Driggs and he is How using his office as District Attorney to defeat the return of was ar rested for kklnaping the day he arrested Driggs Soafter Driggs was arrested Deputy M rYi Whetstone arrived with a waUnt r w Otah Marshal Wilson ar rived toQy and Spenco threatens to cause the arrest of the Marshal and his dep uties ifthey attempt to move Driggs from The town is in a furore of ex citement but no trouble is anticipated Drives is said to bo anold offender and he dislikes to return to UtahThe officer who arrested Hopson attempted to take DriffKS away by force but the Constable is now underground and cannot be found by the Marshal A BOISE SCRAP A Newspaper with a THBMONTBEAlJTEMPESTi The Prince George Story Serious Complications to Sept Dispatch Francisco case of R N charged with circulating an untruestory about Prince George beingi arrested hero of the city was contmuedHhis afternoon inthe police court before has retained the services of seven pleading lawyers in Montreal High today QBrieri was not arrested on as stated in papers OBriens solicitprswiirenter action against the Montreal for assertions Prince George is siud tp The Mart Argues Knife BOISE CITY Idaho Sept to French son of J U rench of the Sun had some words last knight with P Smith one of the Sun pro prletors which continued to and came near ending in a tragedy with Smith as appears hired the Sun office to other parties during the cam still has been around the office reported to be on a salary to work the Sun Smith is reported to have bad trouble atdifferent times with the present He came home from Oaldwell andnvas sitting in the office when French came in and after somewords threatened to throw Smith out of doors took hold of Smith when Smith struck out hitting French in the mouth French then drew a knife and started for Smith who made his escape by aback French says Smith became abusive and When he tried to reason with him Smith struckhim Ho admitsto the Smith was tho streets today j NEW MEXICAN MUJBDERS Two Miners Supposed to Have Been Killed by DENTBU Santa from Chloride countysays Oscar P liatenhaiser 32 and killed on the 17th instant while at mine a fewmilesfrom Chloride br6ugbtintoChloride same day shot twelve miles rom Chloric is this trails were i1 Chloride toSvarn the minersand git excitement prevails in Mormondom Wil son and Woods are still on the scene of ac tion William Manchester of Nam pa is in jail for thirty days for breakinc into a box car and stealing some cans of dried beef and other delicacies His extreme thirst tftor eating the beef gave him away William was also fined Must Hivc Been Crazy RAWUXS Sept Special to Joseph a stonemason committed suicide this morning 7 oclock by cutting himself and then shootIng him self wife and children are ia Europe Before doing the deed ho shot at Mrs Galvln an employees wife of tho Union Pacific nnd another person He was con sidered a good citizen before and a quiet man A Jealous Husbands Crime Sept Charles Drumm proprietor of a wine house last night in a fit of jealous rage shot and killed his wife and then ended his own life PRIDE OF THE WEST HURLED IHTO THE RIVER The Awful Fate of a Reading Pas senger Train FIFTEEN DEAD BODIES TAKEN OUT It Is Believed There Are Twenty More Victims in the ttork of of Horror Witnessed WHAT THE CONGRESSMEN THINK OF UTAHS EXHIBIT Paddocks Hill to Protect tho Forests Two Good Campaign Silver Purchases aud ojil OHcrs riot Sept to Tiun Eastern journals devote much space today to an extended Chicago dis patch outlining Utahs proposed exhibition at the Worlds Fair Tho plan suggested has met with much favorable comment here in Washington and tho Western members point to it with pride as an evidence of Western originality Such an exhibition comprehensive and striking iu its features will compel other Territories and States to bestir themselves unless they wish to see themselves distanced in the competition The Paddock bill to protect the forests from devastation by lire passed tho Senate It provides that any one who shall carelessly or maliciously set lire to woods or underbrush or prairie on tho public lands or shall allow fires lighted on private lands to spread to the public lands shall be lined TWO SUGGESTIVE PICTURES WASHINGTON Sept Representative Walker of Massachusetts believed that a picture of the House in its present condition of Democratic depletion would form a good Republican campaign document and today secured the services of two photographers to reproduce both sides of tho chamber Tho photographer in the gallery above the Democratic side looked down on an array of empty seats while the artist on the major ity side directed his camera upon a goodly proportion of tho Republican representa tives The halfdozen Democrats present wero unaware that their portraits were being taken and the Republicans were careful to withdraw from the Democratic side all tho pages and doorkeepers wbo might tend to swell the Democratic repre sentation QUKRY ANSWEJIBD Acting Secretary Batcheller today sent to the Senate a communication in response to Plumbsresolution as to the manner of paying for silver bullion He says the checks drawn in payment ror silver bullion pass through theNew York clearinghouse the same as other checks drawn on the Assistant Treasurer at Now York It was necessary ho says at tho time the cook effect to issue notes of large de nominations in payment for silver pur chased but they will soon be replaced by smaller notes Ho states that there has been no demand ofany magnitude upon the Treasury for tho redemption of those notes in gold Tho amount of silver offered tho Treasury today was ounces The amount purchased was to SI 1528 x CTB BOND OFFE11S The offers of 4 percent bonds to tho Treasury yesterday aggregated making a total so far of The prepayment of interest on the 4s yesterday amounted to making tbo total thus far AVIM JUJCOGNIKE EZETA Referring to a special dispatch from Sal vador saying that MinisterMizuer will bo instructed by the State Department to rec ognize Ezeta Acting Secretary of State TV barton said that no such in structions have beon given but undoubt edly soon would be The State Department has received from Mizner a full report of the Barrundia incident but is not yes pre pared to public A VERY PECULIAR BUREAU INSURANCE COMPANIES WARNED WHEN FIRES WERE TO OCCUK Exposure of a Dark and Mysterious Sys tem in New Bureau for Its NEW YORK Sept Dispatch Sao Francisco Chronicle Fire insurance circles in this city are greatly agitated over recent exposures relative to a bureau of secret if not criminal informa tion that long existed Briefly stated the bureauwas one that gave timely warn ing to certain subscribing fire insurance companies tbat fires would occur iu certain designated buildings at certain times The companies having this information forth with cancelled their risks upon these build ings and left the burden of the insurance loss tofall upon other companies that were not subscribers The35ureau was conducted by William Ettiiiger who was what is known in insur ance districts as a public That is he acted for the insured ut the time of the fire to enable the individual to adjust his loss It is stated upon authority that in certain where Ettinger had previously given warning againstcertain buildings wisen the lire occured in them he appeared onbeualibtthe individuals to adjusttlieir losses company paid Ettinger year and received from him from time to time notice tbat a fire wouldoccur at a certain place about How Ettinger managed toread the future doesnot appear but so accurate were his predictions that the companies subscribing to jiis tbat they vrere making a paying They his cautions question and at oncetooksteps cancelliiigtheir SoinetiniesEttingeE wquid niouth sometiroes anonymous sent through tlie source tovbe under cases in which he had pradicted turned the the interestotibis1 XO Sept One of wrecks over known In this section occurred tonight on tho Reading Railroad seven teen miles from hero Near Schoemaker villrt there is a curve where tha railroad la about eighteen or twenty feet higher than the SchuykJll river Here shortly before t oclock a freight train ran into a coal train throwing several cars outo the opposite track Before the trnin hands had any timo to warn approaching trains of the danger the Povtsville express carrying about ISO pas seiiwrs caino round tho curve at a rate of forty miles an hour and ran into tho wrecked coal ears Tho engine went down the embankment followed by tho entire train with its human freight The scene was one of great horror and the cries of tho imprisoned passengers were heartrending Some of tbo passengers man aged to crawi out of their prison and arouse tiio neighborhood Word was telegraphed to this city and surgeons and a force of 500 workmen taken to the spot The work was slow and tho dead and dying were taken out with great ditneulty Up to 10 oclock tonight six dead and thirty wounded wero taken out Of the latter some wero brought to this city and others taken to Myerss Hospital at Ashland s The dead taken out so far aro William D Shores Reading John White engineer PottsvUSc James Temple fireman Potts ville Harry Logan conductor Pottsville David Augustad Mahoncy City E W Logan lyigcaceviiasier Shenandoah The wrecked train is still lying at tho bot tom of the river The exact number of pas sengers is not known and a reporter who ia still on the grounds telephones that ho bc lioves there are still twontydvo or more bodies underneath the wreck or carried away by the current Later The Associated Press agent baa just had a direct communication with his representative at the wreck who says Cot scrvativo estimates place the number of killed at forty to lifty It is almost impos sible to estimate tho number and the full horror of the situation will not bo known until a later hour At 31 oclock Mail Agent Greonwalda body was taken out followed by the hor ribly mangled bodies of two Mahoney City iiremcn on their way homo from Chester At midnight thirteen bodies had beon coveredTho names of those known are already given Five bodies are exposed to view in the wreck pinned under the tim bers One of tho who escaped with slight injuries said to an Associated Press reporter at midnight When the crash came I was hurled from my seal One end of the ear splashed into the river and I was thrown against tho side of the car with a force othat partially stunned me I quickly recovered myself and managed to climb upon the seats on that side of tho car which lay against the embankment I was a prisoner in tho car and while 1 was nurs ing niy sprained ankle and wrist out of joint I realized that I was in a veritable scone of horror Around and about me were human beings struggling in the water screaming In fright and some almost dragged me back into tho water again A few saved themselves as I did and the remainder struggled in the water and then quietly sank out of Prof Mitchell of the Leigh Bethlehem is among the injured at tho Reading Hospital Lawrence Barnes of Philadelphia bad his arm dislocated The body of John L MSlner of Crcsson was taken out at midnight At 3 oclock this morning 300 men are still at work but raaking slow progress Fifteen bodies have been taken out It is believed there are twenty or more bodies still beneath the wreck Nothing definite can be known until tho wreck is raised which will probably bo tomorrow No fnore names cau be secured Tho tele phone ottlce has closed That was the only means of getting news Tho only reporter tc get to the scene was one of the men and ho telephoned down nearly all that was secured to the Reading papers PHILADELPHIA Sept A special from Reading to the Enquirer about tho wreck says that George R Kaercher an eminent railroad lawyer of Pottsville is among tue killed Ton Persons Killed CITY ov Sept A terrible ae cident happened on the Mexican Railroad near Rlnconswla Two passenger trains collided teii persons being killed and several others injured JAY HANDIWORK Thtiofficers of thecompanies dealing with riirftrYtoh t alineaEtiO c6mpahies He Effects a Combine of Western SouthAvesterzi Lines Dispatch Chronicle rail way news bureau says Entirely without publicity and without the knowledge of a sinrailroad not directly Interested Jay Gouid has succeeded in forming his Ideal railroad Its title is the South western Railroad and Steamship Associa tion and it includes all lines south of sas City and west of the Missouri existence was mentioned last jtight In tho article baying that J Goddard had accepted the Today the full story was told as follows The lines in the territory have the need of a strong association Sons of tho existing agreements suited andJay Gould has been quietly working fora year over tbe formation of an agreement will be strong enough to compel every line to do as it sliould He has been completely Two weeks today the presidents of all tho roads New York and signed a castiron which absolutely prevents disastrous rate Under the new an executive commission was appointed with powers as plenary and autocratic as are those of Czar of Eiissia This executive consists of S H of the cific Third VicePresIdent the Southern the Texas Judge I iresident ifanvel system   

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