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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah Part First Pages 1 lo 8 TOL O 245 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY MOENOTG SEPTEMBER 21 IS90 PBICE TIYE CENTS STRiANS N FIOSTEB They Demand a War of Retaliation Against America BUT HERB MIGUEL WANTS CHEAP FOOD A VJSRY HA CHILD Europe to Placft ft on American Goods on Account of the McKiiilcy BlllWillittJn and Joseph Kiwi Each Other GoodBye Four Days Exposure Dirt Not Affect Him in the Least HUDSON N Sept Dis Francisco Chronicle After wandering in the woods since Tuesday morning the threeyearold boy of George Weaver was found hi a swarnp not rnoro than throe ratios from his homo by William 0 Coons and Ezra Vamlusen while hunting this morning When discovered the child was contentedly in the water and apparentlywould bo none the worse for his Io WUK accompanied by his pel dog whlfih attacked the men as they picked up the little fellow As HOOLI as passible lie was taken to his paienus who havo scarcely slept since tho little fellow disappeared All are surprised at the childs recovery alive after his ex posure In scanty attire In severe ralu storms for nearly four days THE PRESIDENTIAL TOUR aradeof troops at Elchols morning ttmunrora and fuancis Joseph part ed with embracing and kissing sifter oom ripoochus on the other Bido and j much isliuoflfiK hy their retaluora Emperor William thanked Kmperor KranolH Josep Homo AKOUS108 ENTHUSIASM Cannon Boom tho Bolls aro Kungr the INioplo Shout and Harrison Shakes Hands ami JtiinjoyM TWESTYflHE WERE KILLED All of the Bodies Recovered from Wreck A TERRIBLE SPECTACLE REVEALED The Story of a Broke Hundred Europeans Nearly Six Hundred Went Down the Cas ualty Record Will army remained as ollioifcnt undohis shlpsiH It was under that of Emperor jnirlal information IH obtained Lo tho of root that had taken tlio Initiative In proponing concfited Knropcari action against tho McKlnloy tiirill1 1MI The reports In a Iaria newspaper that Fraricri iioon Invited to thodreHumd do not moan political league but a bo HIS coal region of Central Pennsyl vania which Included a carriage Inspection ami by the President In each of liio places visited Sept special truin bearing the Presidential party reached at and made a short stop The noxt stop was at Tyrone Tho station thronged with people mostly laboring men bearing lags and they i whusu objects will bo to take a j prosidLnt almost continuously course of cornmorclal reprisals against j Uu on The President Ulo platform and shook Thu howover worn en tirely promaturu Clumcollor Uuprivl evi dently ftellng himsulf Incapable of duuldirig Mio iornpllnnuw rjiiOHtloiis Involved in thu tariff war has declined to Germany lo any niAlon bcforo consulting his col it h probable that Count halnoky and Pvlhot Uio Minister of Foreign Af fairs wiiUxchaugu views on tho olllctalsof Koroign Offlon hore duny that oun any communication With the French Government on the nJnCGtliO Klbob thereon woro allowed to drop Mitfiiol is opposed to any rnensure tending to Increase Mio cost of a necessary arfcldo food Tho taxation reforms which ho Is preparing draw upon tho resources of tho monied classes and So riot food of tho people Tho spirit of policy In the of reciprocity not rotall atlon Von Caprlvi IH guided by his eollojiguctsi Germanys consent to Join France Austria and Italy against Amorlea will novelho glvoci Tho VluniiH press which is nioro oxer clsod over Mm fiirlir question than are jiapers discusses the advisability of retaliating by placing a gonoral liliimpifiin bun upon American products and by ro fnslns to protect American patents Va rious other methods arc possible Emperor Williams visit to Vienna is now fixed for October Int whon tlio confortmeo will bo resumed Tho interviews have not resulted In urruntfummit for tho meet Ing Austrian Ernporor and the which was proposed by Wllilatiu Tho diplomatic ad vantage moan llnio to dcniiMid Austrias ob llgatkmH for aHRuranuo of German sup port in tho Balkans Irincio Bismarck through the tho Government for Its dopirutro from his policy The oxChun Hllor mnlritainf that It Is a grievous fault f Hmlln statecraft makes Austrias trouble tv I tit Russia Genunnys own A MISCATCKIAGK OF JUSTICE Three liussJftn Soldiers Kxooutcd for Anothers Crtuno PAKIN SupL Francisco GVinmfcfe Oaulos publlsiios from Warsaw a distressing case of ii miscarriage of Jristlco A quartermaster of a dratfobn regiment inarterod nt Since was found dead In thu street with his skull cloft Three yomiR roorutts of that rogl mont were arrested near the spot and as tho quartermaster had a bad reputation of a martinet and had often reported thorn for punishment drill they woro sus pootod of thojiHinkM trlod by aoourtmar tlal and sentenced to death Tio parents of the lads tried to procure a reprieve with a viewto tho capo and ottered heavy ball The father of ono of them M Pupon a millionaire of Moscow undertook to deposit one hundred thousand roubles for that purpose but all woro unavailing and the three recruits were executed without oven tho do lay necessary to receive an answer to tho petition for a ropriovo Two days after tho execution the wife of HelUlo Informed the military authorities that the real murderer was her husband who discovered hor rotations with tho quar tarm ont hands with several hundred Tho party a most enthusiastic greeting all ulonr the line especially at Oscola and wassuspended in both places and thu inhabitants turned out to the President a rousing reception At Moneydalu tho President was received by a of twolvu citizens and pro vided wll h a A crowd niimborlnc nearly ten thousand pervious lined both Hides of the rotito taken and greeted tho visitors with frequent cheers Post Ci A acted as a guard of honor Tho procession Inally stopped un der an arch near the station wliere the President and General llasflngs were esfoited to a grand stand Hrief speeches of welcome were made by W II Oill and W 1 the President re sponded Me thanked the people fortheir heiuty wiMCfimc which ho said ho regarded not as a personal honor hut us an evidence of loyalty and fidelity the Government of which wo are all In he said ho wished declare 1 hat he has no other purpose as resident of the United States than to so administer tho office as to pro mote tho general good of all the people His remarks worn loudly The party then returned to tho and tho Irosldont stood on tho platform arid shookhands with nearly a thousand persons before Hie train started Tho party arrived at PhilllpsburK about oclock and were welcomed at the station by nearly all the Inhabitants of tho town Tho party was driven through the principal streets In carriages and tho President was greeted with enthusiasm uU along tho lino Booming cannon greeted tlio party on Its arrival at Cloarflold and thiswasrCollowed by tho ohnorlng of tho several thousand peo ple who had gathered at tlio station Tho President was driven through tho principal streets and on his return to the train hold the usual reception Tlio principal event of tho trip however wns at Jiirwiiisvlliu whore tho Presidential party remained nearly two hours They woro driven to tho residence of A E Pat ton where a public rotoption was held fol lowed by an elegant luneheon The President was given a eordial greeting and shook hands with nearly lf00 people The Prosiilontonjoyod the entire trip very THE DAY IN CONGRESS PASSES A OF Tho Bill TVofinlnK tho Jurisdiction of United States Courts Dome irrOin House WASHINGTON Sept Sonato ro suniod consideration of tho Scnato bill re garding National Banks tho ponding question being the amendment offered yes terday by Power strike out tho llrst section which reduces to Si tho amount of bonds required to be deposited After sumo remarks by ockrlll who said tho Secretary of the Treasury had paid out ovory dollar of tho surplus to save to tho ISew York speculators their immense profits in speculation and gambling tho bill WHS laid aside without action Tho Senate passed the Senate bill author izing tho Secretary of the Treasury to settle tho iudobtness to tho Government of Sioux City and Pacific Railroad Also the fol lowing Tho Senate bill to provide addi tional lights on thu navigable channels of Pugot Sound iinrt waters tributary in tho State of Washington tho Senate bill grant ing a right of way through Fort Douglas milltarj reservation Utah to tho Salt Lake City Street Railway Company tho Senate bill extending tho letter carrier system to towns having a population of f000 and gross were ohokhiR hor They tried n vain to J pOStal revenue of S300G tlio Senate German Children Sco Ghosts ftMKMN Sept ClinmicAe scare caused by tho uiiogod seeing of a ghost by children In tho has not by jiiiv means dlod our Another case of this sort which will most likely ond fatally has hist boon reported from the suburb of Kriodoriohsborg Elsie Marsohnor a child years of ago was looked up in a room on tho third story while hor stepmother wont out shopping Suddenly tho neighborhood wus sturtied by screams and hurrying to tho house they heard hor crying that tho ghosts READING Sopt daylight dawned oh the scene of last nights wreck on tho Philadelphia Heading Railroad a full realization of the Indescribable horrors was first fully revealed The engine lay j five feet of water tho body of Engineer White pinned under the heavy Iron work his arms extended In mute appeal above the j water Noxt to him lay tho tender on one j side then tho baggage and mail cars and passenge coaches with timbers broken and cars overturned pinning tho unrescued vic tims in a deatli embrace at tlio bottom of tho river Searching for bodies was continued all night and a number more taken out The body of George li Kaorslior general coun sel of the Reading KuUroad was taken out this morning badly disfigured The scene on tho banks of the river is ghastly There is a long row and It is in creased as ono after another of the bodies Is bronshtoiiti H is diilloiitt to move tbo ponderous Thousands Hocked to tho scene willing to assist but their aid was of little service where only experienced men weru required Up to 10 oclock this fore noon twenty bodies wore taken out and the list of injured Is now about fifty A STOHV Brakoman Michael Gillon tolls this story After the tirst shock 1 looked out of 1he fonvad window and could sec the fonvard windows being knocked into tho heard the sound of cracking timbers u they woro ground together like kindling wood 1 saw tho entire side of tho smoking ear ahead of mine torn out and then 1 turned my back thinking my last moment bad come Many of the passengers in our car were screaming and several of them had climbed half way out of the windows I shouted to them to keep quiet and tho next instant our car was struck and upset down the bank but not overturned Seeing no danger for those in our car 1 lumped out into tho river which was fcofc deoy fchere and worked my way to the Toward part of thewreck In ono of the wrecked cars 1 hoard a man shouting for holo Im not caught and Im nothurt bull cant got ho said Do was penned in tho car like a rat in a box and tho wood was blazing all about him I secured a bucket and began throwing water on thu lire and 1 think tho man was saved T had to work alone for some timo al though there was a crowd of people stand ing on the bank above the wreck to wliom I shouted to come andhelp inc They re fused however and it was some timo before other help WERE KUjLED The body of an unknown man who was among tho last taken out of the wreck was Identified as George Lambert of Tamagna This places the number of fatalities at twen tyone All tho wrecked were taken out or the river tonight and it is nowbelieved there are no more bodiesIn tho water and that this ends the death list Tho Coroner subpoenaed a jury today and will hold an inquest early next wook A Ships Bouffh Experience SAN FRANCISCO Sopt British ship Ventura put back to this harbor this evening In distress Tho Ventura sailed from hero August th for Ireland On September 10th during a hurricane an enormous wave over 100 feet high passed over tho vessel washing everything away and turning tbo ship over on its side Five seamen were drowned The others clung on tho best they could After several hours the wind veered tho cargo was shifted tho vessel righted and tho crow managed to work her back hero PomMen Killed WiMvESBAftRK Sept terrible explosion of gas took place at the Murray shaft of tho Lehigh and Wilkesbarro Goal Company this afternoon There were lu the shaft at Mio timo of the explosion Lawrence Casey Tames Sullivan James Boswell and Anthony Jennings were killed and Edward Butsonfatally burned The origin of the explosion is unknown Two Hundred Drowned SorrriA Sept recent overflows vroro attended by great loss of life Fully ono hundred peasants woro drowned and at Mustapha one hundred Turkish soldiers perished in the flood v Nearly Six Hundred Went Down OONSTANTiNoiiiiii Sept to tho oBiclal report of the loss of the Tarnish manofwar 587 persons were drowned and sixtysix savod FROM rni CAPITAL WEDDING GUESTS POISONED paoify liiifrom the outsido and presently they were startlyd to sco hor rush to tho window andjump through It toll to tho ground and was terribly bruisod and cut Tier log broken Tho result is that sho is suffering from bruin fevor and is OBrien on tho Arrests LONDON Sept an interview to day William OErien speaking of the ar rest of TMllcn and himself said tho Govern jnent evidently intended to have a sort of state trial which would cover every impru dent speech since the Tippevtiry fight uom meriotid Zso matter what happened he wus sure an expedition would bo sent to America and h5 had every confidence that the Americans would rise to tho occasion The SlnvinMcAuliffe and McAuUTo are to the Ormonde Ohio have arrived hero from their training quartern Kichard K Fox expresses himself of his proteges sviceesa unless Slavhi is able to hold out for six rounds when ho admits stho issue will bo doubtful Betting on tho fight is even and wagers arc not heavy A ColoiiiuJ Official SYDNEY Sept Treasurer McTvHllian has resigned Ho takes the stop because thoPremier expressed disapproval of his promise to a deputation of merchants Government would fcako extreme measures to protect nonunion men against strikers A Suicidal Muni a Count Phillip SciuuiVnberg committed suicide Baron a sportsman himself this bill iunoufling section Koviscd Stntues relating to tlio iocs of district attorneys marshals nnd clerks In Oregon Nevada Idaho Montana North and South Dakota The Senate resumed con sideration of tho Housb bill to dotlno and rosulate tho jurisdiction of tho Courts of tho U ti I ted States and tho substitute therfor foportod by Evarts from tho Judiciary Committee An amondmotit was ngrood to providing that courts of uppoal In cases in which judgment Is made final shalfliavo thi same appellate juris diction by of error or appeal to review tho judgments orders and do creos of Courts of tho several Territories as by this act thoy may havo review tlui judgmonts orders jiud decrees of tho and Circuit Courts and forChut the Territories shall by order oH tho Supremo Court to bo nuido to time bo assigned to particular Without further action tho bill was laid aside Infonanlly juideightyfivo private pension bUla passed Adjourned Hoiise Sopt 20 the House the journal was read without objection OFar rol objected to its approval aiid do mandod tho nays As the Demo cratsroso in support oC this demand the Speaker oovmtud Dorabcrats to order vtlie yeas amL tiays Breokhuldgo ddmanded tell This timo the Speaker counted I nays having been ordered there was a Democratic and in a well nlgb resulted Yeas Sept It is announced nlghtjthat tho severe reiapso Tbo crisisV00u statue of Horace 6Veeioy the jjiosoico 0 tyV a vast j erow Vphauncoy c J A Bill for the Relief Conference WASHINGTON Sept Pierce today offered the following joint resolu tion Whenever it shall appear by the filing of such evidence in tho oflice of any reg ister or receiver as shall bo proscribed by tho Secretary of the Interior that any set tlor on tho public lauds by reason of the failure of crops for which ho is nowise re sponsible cannot make payment on his homestead ur preemption claim required bylaw the Commissionerof the General Land Oftico is hereby authorized to extend the time of such payment one year and failure to not work forfeiture and no fees shall be exacted for such extension 1 THE TARIPS CONFERENCE The conferees ou the Tariff bill today made further an agreement P schedule was disposed of also the hemp llax and jute schedule with the exception of binding1 twine The Senate pniendnierrt so as to limit tho free Importation to fish caught by with American other The delegation of the Louisiana Planters Association will leave for homo tonight Thc3r say they conferees will ac cept an amendineht to the sugar schedule by which sugar will take effect March 1st and shall be applicable to all not then manufactured This satisfactory to the suffar men The provisionf or of a bounty for qulv A St Paul Purchase meeting Milwaukee Paul roadtqdayho yotedr the and iwiiltake possessions October TheteiRis of lar They Feasted on Canned Fruit and Were Very Sick Sept Dis Francisco Chronicle Adj vices just received from Monongahela City an upriver mining town say that forty per sons were poisoned at a marriage feast near there Monday and not until today can the last of the forty unfortunates be propou need out of danger W F Berryhill married Miss Margery WcCarroll and thn brides proud father set out a feast for their friends in which canned frulc played a prominent part There are bat two physicians in that neighborhood and as tlio two were jriiusts j all became ill at the sjitne time with symp toms of acid poisoning The trouble was traced to the canned fruit Many of the cases were serious but all are now fairly recovered YESTEBDHYS TOBF EVEH BayMakes a Fast Mile on a Slow Track EVEXTS AT BOISE ANOTHER SITE DESIRED Takes a Riice from Tourna ment Gravescml and Chinchill Downs Baseball Games of the Clubs THE IVOKLDS COROIISSIOXEKS EXPRESS VIEWS Tho Directors Asked to Secure fuckson and WasJilngton Wostorn Managers CHICAGO Sept the opening of tho session this morning the Worlds Fair Com j mission listened to the report of the com mittee on site The report recommended the adoption of the dual site as tendered by the local directory It stated that the title to Jackson Park was and the title tu tho Lake Front Park was sufficient for Fair purposes The committee estimated that there were transportation facilities for people per hour each way and that the limit was capable of increase Various propositions and amendments wore presented arid discussed at length Finally tho following resolutions byMar tindale of Indiana were to S in Lin opinion of this Com mission ono single site for the axposilion is de sirable and thai iv of cud1 site should be on tliti bonier of the lake UK tiiriotors may procure an1 present to the Coniini sioii Unit portion W ishmmon jMidwiiy plaUuncc and Inik ivingsoiiUi of norUi lino of Uio Midway phiisance extended through to the hike together with the Washington Lark Club for Uie live stock exhibits That while we do not at this timo reconsider notion aoccpUng lackson Pnrk and Luke Front we rcsiwotfully but earnestly reciiiftsl Uie directors procure alul presciit to the sion the single above outlined That the speeiai committuu yestorUsiy vp poinled to whom referred the communica tion in reference the site from the direutpr is nuUiorixed nud directed to oonler with said ji motors and report to this Com minion wlietlior such single cMiinot bo procured and pro son tod to tins Commission President Palmer today announced the list of the board of lady H comprises two from each State and Terri tory and eight at largo Tho lady rnanagors appointed by tho OommissioncrsatLarge are Mrs James Verdenal New York Mrs James Edward Cantrill Georgetown Mrs Mary S Loekwood Washington City P Bagley Detroit Miss Ella Ford New York City Mrs Sidney F Tyler Philadelphia Mrs Rosin a Austin Among the lady managers from the differ ent States are thofollowing Parthena P Rue Mrs JamesP Beanalternates Mis Walter Turnbull Fair of San Fran cisco George L Shoup Boise City Mrs JosophO Stronghn Boiso City alter nates Mrs Joseph B Miller Blackfoot Mrs Annie E Favnum Post Falls Conrad Kobrs Deer Lodgu Mrs J K Toolo Helena alter Frank L Warden Missoula Mrs Walter Cooper Kllon M City Lidin Meussell Elko alternates Mrs Mary Davies MrsrM D Foley Reno E W Allen Portland Mrs Mary Paytori Salem Anna R liiggs Portland Mrs S H Gladden Eugene City M D Ourngs Olympia Mrs Alice Houghton Spokane Falls al C AY Griggs Tacoma Mrs Helen Josephine Stinson Colfax Lanrotte Lovel Tucson Mrs T J Butler Prcscott Mrs Martlia Hoxworth Mrs H J Poto Tombstone Thomas Whalen Ogden Mrs 0 J Salisbury Salt Lake City alternates A B Emery Park City Mrs Maggie Koogh Salt Lalco City It Will Take Place Pall Bearers NEW Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle funeral of Dion Boucicault on Monday next will be an imposing spectacle in tho number and j character of those attending it andin the severe simplicity of tho service Every ac tor within a hundred miles and many from further away will be there The funeral will take place in the Little Church Aronnd tlio Corner It was a favorite clnirch with Boucicanll and he and the pastor were old timo friends Manager A Palmer has prepared the following list of pallbearers Managers A M Palmar DanielFrohman T Henry French EC E Abbey and Frank M Singer actors W Florence John Drew Stuart llobson Harry Miller Sol Smith Russell H Crane and E P Sothern the Tohn Russell Young A C Whoat and Harrison Grey Fiske the Players Club Judge Joseph F Daly and Brandcr Matthews niiscellan cous Chief Justice Moah Davis John Hooy John H Coddington Frank Work and Clark Bell A BtlB Vigorous Complaints Blade From the Northwestern Sept to there have been numer ous complaints of the inefficiency of the mail service throughout the an instance Arood River can on an average only get tbi regular Eastern and Sale Lake mails about twice per week The same complaints are all sides Now comes tho Chamber of Commerce of Tacoroa Washington with a resolution arid Department forsubstantial improvement inthe of the This i division includes all tbe Pacific Coast States and witiiVtiead guatters at SacvFranciscb and tibns ask1 for Oregon and Idaho l sent tbo The Board ofTrade acthre passedstrotig resolutions Gr audliocl g 0 CO pel udCcl its i Sept Cleveland Driving Park moctiug closed today Guy went a mile in Considering the slowness of tlio track it was a fast mile Threeyearold stakes postponed from won Ponico Del sec ond Gegregor Wilkes third Efriana fourth Best timo Twosevcnteeu pace won Emma second El Monarch third Wuyno AVilkes fourth Best timu Twothiriyfive trotters Arden won Yankee second Monterey third Cora S fourth Best time At Graves end Sepr about The truck was in excellent condi tion Tcnijy had hurt Mmself this morning and did not run Threeyearolds and upwards six fur Bench won Ballyhoo second Worth third Time Mile and a won Budd hist second Castaway third Time Thrceyearoltl iilllcs mile and a six Sinola won Drukless second En glish Lady third Timo Threeyearolds md upwards mile and a won Tournament sec ond Los Angeles third Time Twoyearolds six Ely won Ernity second Intriguante third Time J At Churchill Downs Sept race Chimes won from Hamlet Time Twoyearolds half won James Time Twoyearolds half B won Fannie S second Wood ford third Time Mile and a C won Blarney Stone second Business third Time Mile and an won Prin cess Anne second Osborno third Time Sand ford stakes won Roseland second Miss Hawkins third Time BelSc Harnlins Failure PrriLADELiiiiA Sopt of tho Grand Circuit Trotting meeting Ballc Eamiin attempted to lower her record of but was the best she could do class won Gypsy Girl second Autograph third Best time FreeforalJ pacers Pointer won Dallas second Jewctt third Gossiper distanced Best time Richmond second Stomothcid third Best time Tbe National on pbar keepers from Cloveliuid and Boston played two games here and the home team won both by good luck Attendance 400 First game eleven Cleveland 2 Kostoii 1 Pi Boutin arid Clarkson Second giune live innings called on account of darkness Cleveland 4 Boston 0 Viftu iiiul Nichols IlTTSlJTIBG New York took another game from Plttsburg this afternoon Tho homo team were very weak at the bat and played miserably in the field At tendance 300 New York 0 Pittshurg 5 Anderson and Sharrott CINCINNATI Cincinnati bunched their hits to advantage in todays game and won easily from the Phillies onehanded catch of a hard line liitbv Hollidny was the feature of tho tuiuhinco aOOO Cincinnati 9 Philadelphia 1 Mullane and Decker CHICAGO Lovotts pitching was too much for Chicnpo to day and their Iteldine wns iriisemble Daly re tired at the end of the fifth Anson finishing the game behind the bat Chicngo0 Brooklyn h 11 utchinson and The Players Brotherhood ciircAoo Chicago was ted by Boston today in the presenci1 of 3300 people The visitors were out in every point hut won by opportune hnuiug Cliiciigo 3 Boston 5 Pitchers lung nd Moulton Brooklyn won the first game by good batting and brilliant fielding not an error being charged to tliim Cleveland won the second game which was called at thecnd of the sixth inning on uc covintof First Cleveluiid 5 Brooklyn 10 Pi Gruber and Weighing Second game Cleveland U Brooklyn 3 Dewald and lleming PITTSBURR Pittsbiirgs good batting in lhc ninth inning won the game tins afternoon Attendance 1200 PittsbiiTS 7 York 5 Iorris and Crane Buffalo had an easy time of it is spite of their errors and by batting Ciinninglvam hard in the fourth and eighth innings won almost without a struggle Buffalo 5 Philadelphia 3 Pit Cunningham for Buffalo and Bufflng ton and Sanders for Philadelphia The American Association TOIEDO Toledo 7 Syracuse 3 ST LOUTS St Louis 5 Rochester 3 Louisville 22 Athletics 4 Louisville Ubieties 0 Columbus 3 Baltimore 4 3 Baltimore ofthe Cluljs Following is the standing or the clubs in each of the four organizations at the Fridaysgaines PLATERS NATIONAL CLUBS Boston Jitooklyn Philadelphia Cleveland I3875 035 WO 121IG9 570 12971 LiSC rJSJrjSi I20i9 AMEKICAX BoQliesler Baltimore 113 116 68 110 10J 44 30 59 615 o70 1578 Chicago Ouicinnau Vew Pittsburg vl 130 121 74 I2S17S 11055 135 Ml 612 ti09 603 3S2 KausaslCity Mmiieapolis Denver 113 45 637 ATCHiSON AND MIDLAND CHICAGO Sept San Francisco Chronicle Series railway nows bureau says Little by littlo tho do tails of one of tho most gigantic railroad deal In history is coming to light It seems impossible lo got all tho particulars as they aro fully knoxvu only lo a few rail road presidents tnd such banking ilrms ns Kidder Peabody Drexcl Morgan A and laring Bros The known facts are that the Southern Pacific Missouri Pacific and Atcbison systems have come to such a close understanding that they are to all in purposes under one management Tho alliance is not only defensive but offensive It is a perfectly open secret that the Southern Pacific holds tho most cordial hutrod toward the Union Pacilic and novor turns over to that road 1 pound of freight Tho Atchlsou has of late como In hate tho Itock Island road as cordially and the bold coup of buying tho Colorado Midland com pletely blocks tho Hock Island from the for mation of its contemplated line On top of this comes an alleged interview with Rio Grande Western officials that tho Atchison had bought their road President Manuel of tho Atcbison emphati cally denied this report today howovcr while acknowledging the punch a RC of the Colorado Midland He admitted the incon sistency also of tho Atchison buying the Colorado Midland without a thorough un derstanding with Mie Kio Grande Western people this understanding exists was learned later It appears that before a rail of tho Colo rado Midland was laid a castiron perpet ual contract was drawn up giving the Col orado Midland mileage rights from its junc tion to Ogden This contract is binding no matter who owns tho Colorado Midland and as a consequence It is perfectly unnecessary for tho Acchison to spend a IJio Grando Western securities lot alone buying a controlling interest in its of securities The fact is plain that the Atchi son now has two transcontinental lines con necting at Mojavo and Ogdcn with the Southern Pacific The full list members of the Southwest ern Railroad and Steamship Association was tod ay i earned for the first ti me They are the Southern Pacific Missouri Pacific St Louis Iron Mountain Southern Texas PacificMissouri Kansas Texas St Louis Arkansas Texas Kansas City Fort Scott Memphis Atchison system Denver Texas Fort Worth Mallory line of steamers Morgans Louisiana Texas Railway Marmans line of steamers Crom wells line of steamers All the above are ruled absolutely in the rate matter by a majority of five members of the executive committee Three of the executive committee are the Immediate representatives Huntlngton Jay Gould and Allan Manvel THE PACIFIC SHIPS IRVING SCOTT TALKS ABOUT ARMOR PLATES AND SPEED A Mistake in the Franciscos Trial Steel Plates the Best for NKW YORK Sept Dis Francisco Chronicle Irving Scott of San Francisco is at tho Fifth Avenue Scott told a reporter last evening that he hnd askod for a resurvey of the course over which the San Fran ran on her recent trial trip be he said that tlio distance was pieater was estimated There is con bouveen our figures and those on hoard representing the Govern ment ami with aview to ascertaining the exact distance T have asked the Secretary of tho Navy to order the courseto he re The San Francisco steamed the last twenty knots in less than one hour 1 claim that under favorable cir cumstances she can do knots an hour 1 can account for the marked difference in figures on no other basis than that the ermsrr covered moro ground than slvc should have done The question could easily be settled definitely tnd hope tho Government will grant my The test of plates at Annipolisyester day was highly favorably to the plates from Thfse wore of hammered steel and far to those of English make which wore Jusved 1 think the Secretary of tbe Navy will require the physical conditions of the plates for tho to bq the same as those that stood the test and if he doeswe will turn oat a very formidable manofrwar The probabilities are tliat the Bethlehem Steel Company will secure the contract for these plates Thir teen and onehalf the thick ness of the Montereys armor We feel that hereafter all ships required by the Navy on the Pacific Coast will be built in San The completion of the Nicaragua will give an impetus to shipbuilding on the coast and San Francisco will become a great poinis I canal will be in operation in six WOO1J RIVER A Survcy injj Partys Mishap BOISE CITY Idaho Sept to Assessors appointed by the County Commissioners Thursday evening awarded the Artesian and Land 1m Improvomcut Company for the right ofway through Thfir propony grunted to tho Boise Water Works Company A party of the UniUd StaUvs Geological BELLE HAMLlii SENT TO BEAT A RECORD Survey encamped at IJasukaon the night of j the IGtli instant and wore awakoned at j by a lire in the oineo tent which tirely consumed Che result of ten days j 1 work and worth of instruments were destroyed The fire was started by a spark from a passing wngiuo Tho party svarted out anew MISSIONARY Driggs the Captarcd on His Way to Provo FEUDALISTS AGAIN ON THE WARPATH A Pitched Rattle Between Italians and a Sheriffs Ohicaffo Gamblers Kill Each Bun cocxl Crimes THEIR RIGHTS OVER THE KIO GKAXDE WESTEKX j I A CastIron Contract That Makes Xt f 11j necessary to Western i bers oi Goulds Association POCATEUVO Sept to Wilson and Deputy Whetstone got away from Mom pelier with Driggs the Provo polygamisi and arrived hero this evening Driggs will be taken to Provo VIRGINIA JjAWi Hostilities Bat tle With Italians TSKIKO Sept RrowcMDompsey and liaisden war has broke out again in London county W Va Wed nesday at the mouth of Pigeon creek in a general iight between tho two factions lames shot and instantly killed GeorgeWalter a member of the Baisdeu faction and one Clark was severely cut in tho arm The particulars which led to tho killing date bade saiuo years Hoth factions met at a Sheriffs salo Monday ana Lou Dompsey was shot by his brothor Tohn but not fatally injured Both sides xro arming themselves ana a renewal of hostilities is expected A IPlGllT WITH ITALIANS Advices of a reliable nature received to dny from Louisa that on Polo crook Wayne Courthouse Friday a terrible light occurred between a Sheriff s posse and a gang of Italian zail 7oal laborers in which several Italians wore killed and a number wounded Some wooks ago i contractor on the Nor folk Western Kail road named Kcogh went away leaving numerous creditors among the number being the Italians A now contractor took possession of the aban doned works and put a number of laborers tu work in the cut formerly worked by the Italians The latter refused u allow any one to work in tho cut until they had ro coivod pay or tho work done under Keogh and proceeded to oust tho new laborers times the new laborers wcro run out The contractor applied to the court for pro tection and was furnished a posse of about a dozen men headed by Sheriff Wayne On Friday tho ShorllV appeared and made an attempt to arrest tho Italians who fiercely resisted and an unequal combat re sulted with forty or moro Italians ouone side armed with stones knives and revol vers and the Sheriffs men on the other Tho Italians fought frohr behind trees stones and whatever would shielda mans body Tho Uring became general and lasted some minutes Several Italians were killed and several wounded Tho Sheriffs men escaped with a few severe twenty Italians wore arrested andtaken to jail and the rouiainer escaped in the woods Tho scene of the light Is forty or fifty miles from here and remote 1rom railroad and telegraph communication THE KNIGHTS Startling Disclosures Concerning the York Central Wrecks NEW YORK Sept Simhas special from Troy siiying that full con fessions of three men implicated in tho re cent trainwrecking on the New York Cen tral have been obtained for publication and that they contain damaging statements of the most interesting plicating tho ofHcial leader of the Txnlghts of Labor in tho Workman Edward J the matter The con spirators say be personally furnished them with money to leave the country after they ivrecked tho Montreal express They de scribed hie conferences with the men whc were the leaders in the plot The dispatch also asserts that information regarding the identity of tho conspirators came to the railroad people from the upper councils of the Knights that since tho strike began the railroad company had in its pay men high in tho order who havo constantly furnished information of tho greatest importance These secret agents are still In the employ of the road and are high in the councils of tho Knights TWO GAMBLERS SHOT The New Bates Will Give fcUe Miners Idaho Sept to1 of Wood Ttlver feel very good overthe reduction in rates on ore to Salt Lake The present rate is Denver and S1240 to Tbe reduced Salt miners a chanceto make shipments whereheretofoVethey not afford sp Snielting charges being shouidVreceive large shipra onts from here in theiaear ip tore A Prnpli War of Arrived I from aiv uews Drench i forces h aye subduedthe natives of ttie So n 1 ed tlie jjen ch fi arg ri nes fired A Chicago Tragedy in Wjliicli tho Boodlers arc Involved CHICAOO Sept During an exciting cncniinter In a crowded wistauranc tonSght two gamblers Bull ITag gerty and lBon Jimmy Con norton each fatally shot the other The tragedy occurred in lishnients ownfid by exChief fit Police Mc Gsirigle who iicquirod much notoriety by his from the Sheriff during the fa mous boodle trials By a singular coinci dence exwnrden of the In sane asylum who was convicted of boodllng iit the same is associated to nights irtTiy Haprgorty and Connorton had a preliminary altercationIn Varnoirs saloon in Con norton terribly punished Meeting asain in McGarJgles place the fight was Connor um find Snz himself being worsted sent a btiitet through Haggertys storaach The wounded man drew a revolver and put a shot in Cotuiortons breast The elans say both men will die Bun coed the Quaker Sept 1 THIBCTTE San Francisco Chronicle Henry Burris awealthy Quaker farmer near Smithlleld Jefferson was swindled out of SSOOO by two went to his bouse and offeed to buy his farm They left with him asaehel filled as be supposed with money about the sharpers said A few days later they mets Burris Srnithfield and askecU for a loaa of tho money in the sachel wasixiople security B arris made and the sharpers djsaiipeared The sachel was filled with paper and pieces ot wood PRODBING THE Bear