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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                rTHAT OF ALLTHE OTHER DAILIES CITY COMBINED i THE MOST EXTENSIVE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIM ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION 249 LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY MORNING SEPTEMBEB 25 1890 PRICE FIVE CE1STTS AFFAIRS OF A GREAT ROAD The Union Pacific Government Si reetors Blake Their llcport The Surplus Earnings Needed For Betteimontfl and jSxtenaionsThe Traffic AriftiiKOincnts Endorsed The O It N 11 Expensive Ac Hefondinft Bill a Wise Measure WASHINGTON Sept annual re port of tho Government id rectors of thu Union Pacific Railroad was submitted to thu Secretary of tho Interior today It shown thatslnco the hist report the condition of businwra tnrnnRhoiit the entire Union Pa cific Astern improved While the In crease during tho year 1SBO civor 1888 was only tho increase during tho six months ending with 0 uno of over tho sami period of Navigation Company and t he formerly In tho Denver th Include in tho system of 1800 woio iicji however Included In The earnings of nil linos oporatod and ItWl first muni s of this your wort an IncrejiMJ of 048 over tho sanffl time lust year I ho number of miles operated was 80K4 78JO the wimo tlroQ year and tho ex of operating agu nst S In Increase of Taxes arc not included Tho Orison Short Lino and Utah Koi thorn railway shows an Inoroufio In oarn ines but Its surplus earnlnpa are rod iicod from for the six months ended JiMioao to for tho same period this year Tho Orcgoh lift way and Navigation Company shows a tailing gross earningthey Doing reduced from poi od this your while the expense of operating wus Increased to the amount of The Denver and Boulder Valley road also Knows a decrease The falling off In tho gross earnings of the Oregon Hallway and Navigation Com oany Is in attributed by tuo di rectors to n partial failure ot In Washington and Oregon last year Irifor iiutlon IB roaelvod that tho crops this year irhereport says tho continued growth of lopulation and tho advancement of tin Country tributary to tho Union Puolilc Vom Nebraska to Washington tho ocpondl tu roof a very large portion of the mrnlngs Imperatively necessary for the increase arid Improvement of facilities So far as tho directors have been able to 400 tho company is mooting fleraanda Its patrons us rapidly as Its moans iind circumstances will permit Those Im provements every year require tno ex penditure of a larger proportion of the surplus earnings In tho opinion o tho dlrootors tho management is pursuing a wise course in its endeavor to meet the reasonable demands of its patrons iho money being expended on tho udvanoo mtvnt and betterment of the system la safely Invested and tho returns of Iho fii Mire will they th Ink prove the wisdom of this course Tho report speaks at some length of the being made hi tho way of ex tensions rails Iron bridges new gen eral shops at development of coal mines etc These mines tho report ftivys have not only solved a gr7at problem In af fording fuel for tho system but promise a surplus yield which will bo n source of in Tho traffic arrangement with tho Chicago Northwestern is approved It Is expected that tho consolidation of the several lines in Colorado during 1880 will give tho Union Pacific access to and control of u largo amount of traffic from which it has hereto fore been excluded In view of tho necessary Improvement already in hand and the urgent calls upon tho company on the part of its patrons lor extensions It has boon deemed best by the directors to postpone for tho present tho os tabllshmontof tho second slnklng fund pro posed a year ago The directors bolievo tho cost of the Improvements maolojn the moan time will greatly enhance tho value of property subject to lions of the Govern ment while they exceed In money value tho full amount which would have booa paid into the proposed sinking fund Tho total debt of tho Union Pacific to tho Government on January 1 1800 principal and interest was This with crulng interest falls due In tho years 1805 to 1800 Tho dlrootors say tho debt can not bo met at tho timo spoolllod without doing in justice to tho hundreds of thousands of peo ple directly and Indirectly concerned tho welfare of tho system Iu order to meet It tho and oxiongions of tho companys linos would have to bo brought to astandstill the people who have settled along the system to serious and perhaps irreparable loss while the territory which naturally belongs to It would inovlL ably have to bo surrondororl to its llolirlslvlnjf competitors To a largo extent tho wolf are of tho people of the West de pends ou the system as the tnalu channel of intercourse with tho markets of tho world atul Is liable to bo affected favorably or unfavorably by tho attitude of tho Gov ornmont in connection with tho roadjust mont of Indebtedness Tho lighter the buvdon tho Union Pacific monagemont is compelled to carry the easier will It lie for that management to moot the de mands of the people for greater and accommodation The report gives figures regarding tho mineral output of the States and Territories tributary to tho system Jn order to illus trate the magnitude of that industry as a single and says it Is but a foretaste of what the future 3s certain to bring forth The best interests of tho people of the great West should be consldorccl paramount L to all others In the settlemonb of the ques AV hat is best for them must In tho long run be besfc for the Government and best for tho Union Pacific Railroad Company Those people are demanding not only that tho present iirstclass character of tfhe ilJulon Pacific shall bo maintained but that every dollar that can possibly bo spared from its earnings shall be used In tho settlement and ex the road and they are acting within for thb yearly population and business of their section re1 there thing as jresting upon its oars possible for tbo TTnion Paoiflo until it has given tho millions dostnod to spread over the plains and rapuwtalns6f the West and Northwest y the for freight and passenger traffic that they will be entitled to say tbo the presentmaTiagomeut of porn pany is a wise It offers in return for an extension Oftimo for the its debt awd a lower rate of idntorest iy mot its property which would dMoroase security mount aiove that hold at present of 500 asshowii Senator report proposition ff company ineor bef ore tho company and relieve the people who rely upon the Union Pacific for accommodation from all anxiety as to tho future of tho road Che provision in the bill which makes the Government an ordinary creditor and leaves the debtor company free handed to conduct its business without Interference Is the directors believe a wise one TFB KlJjVKR PURCHASERS The aoiount of silver offeredthe Treasury today aggregated and the amount purchased was ounces as follows at ounceo at ounces at Tho total purchases including1 todays under the new law have been ounces leaving about 1000 ounces to be purchased during tho remainder of this month INSPKGTOR QIC S W Hoxhurst was appointed fissifftaut inspector of steam for the district of San FnuioHco TO 1C KSCHKATKD PROPKIlTr BlfA D Sept to TIouso Oornmittoe on tbo Judioiary by a close vote of 5 to 4 have decided to report favorably lho bill to dis pose of the escheated property of the Mor vnor church now in possession of the Kodorul courts The bill will not corne up this snsslon but a stroric effort will bo made for oarly whoa Congress recouvoaos WILL VSM MITTENS THE HOUSE APOLOSIZES The Speech Expunged Fromthe Record KENNEDY PRESENTS HIS EXCUSES Pensions for the Widows of Fre mont McClellan inid Ships of War Shall Be Court Jurisdiction Bill McAuHlTc and Shivia Will Fight Fif teen Rounds NKW YORK Sept Police Gazette today 7ocolvod a special cable from Lon don saying that arrangements for tho inter national fSght between Too McAullfTo and Frank Slavln for and tho Police GazMc championship of tho world are made and tho contost will take place within two wisoks Jfc IH understood tlin gloves made hi America will bo Increased in sine and tho pugilists will light fifteen instead of i thirty rounds the fight have boon declared void JIB thero has boon police IntHrforonoo wilh Mio fight and the concli UmiH that governed tho original match have changed Hotting on tho fight com monoocl at today and MeAtiliUe was fwvorilo His lino condition and splon fllrl physlquo wcro groatly admired at the LanHioth police court A ONION PACIFIC STRIKE THE iJ3NVKTt SIVITCITMEN ANU TUK COMPANY JDISAGIIKE Tho Men Complained of Their Superintendent find Wore Gener ally All Walk Out 9opt to several months fche Union Pacific Company at this point have been having serious trouble with tbolr switchmen To avoid any complications tho company used every fair moans to ucljnKt their dlfTlcnl Mos and to have the service properly per formed bvifc tho situation has not improved and tho blocking of tho yard lias become a matter of such serious detriment to tho commercial Interests of Denver and Colo rado that the company today took tho nooosniiry action to reorganize their yard forces One of tlio chief dilUcultlos has been the disposition on tho part of switchmen to ex act tips from shippers switching done and It has boon proven that tho switchmen havo kopb tho yards In a block aded condition In order to enforce this Sovoral days ago tho switchmens Griev ance Committee waited on General Manager Moo It and urndo several serious charges against Assistant Superintendent Burns who has charge of the yards aud demanded his removal or would all gq out during tho week Burns was suspended during an Investigation Tho charges having boon dis proved Mr Mook this morning addressed a communication to tho switchmen cstating also that since Bnrnss removal there has boon a large increase In tho num ber of engines to do tho work without a corresponding Improvement In tho yard and tho legitimate oarnlngcapaclty of tho Union Pacific at this point Is being impaired to an inestimable extent by tho failure on your part to render return for tho compensation given you For these reasons Mr Burnswill bo reinstatedat 12 oclock noon today Switchmen who are unwlll Ingto Avork cordially with Mr Burns and to tholr support and best efforts to tho end of mooting ovory requirement of good service in tho Denver yard and those who are unsatisfactory to tho company will re cotvo tholr tinio and quit thoservice of tho company boforo that X oclock this afternoon when the whistle blow for thorn to return to work not one of tho 125 mon put in an appearance The company vory soon secured thirty now men and had cars moving after the delay of but hasglvon tho strikers until to morrow noon to determine what they will do and probably a largo number will re turn Should tho mon determine to stay out tho officials oC tho road do not antici patethat it will extend over the system About 70 cent of tho ontiro business ofpolorixdo passes through tho Union Pa olQo yards at thla point anda block in the yards vitally affects tho entire business community of Colonuloas well as tho far West CANADIAN REC1PKOCITY rther the ultimate repayment of Sollar wbich it has advanced to Siyiith Senator Sherman and the McKinleyJBiin TORONTO Sept 2s At tho annual meet ing of tho Commercial Union Club tonight Preside rvtGtild win Smith speaking the McKliiloy bill said it Is a groat disaster and will be felt luuoh more by tho Canadian iarmbrs than by those having nothing por lose byit The latter class ho said of course can afford to receive It with trumpet of patriotic vThe MoKitUoy bill is not pointed against tlio Caniifilans It Is 11 of not foreign policy Hofroafl a letter from Senator Shor mun toErastas Wlman In which thoSona said lie Dolieycd that wlthrallttlo for beararico and modoration on both feeling will become universal thatspecial arrangements for reciprocity andt trade be outer ed into tho rtwo countries Senator says at offer ia reso rlijfcloni or reciprocity and tost the AV v Vv SniitliSaidtiiat Senator nVents r spoke of as radiculdus AincrJLvaris arealways greedy on0anada and plotting against Wheii Canada oleots her the be r6f oburseSve will do cf ora 1 unfrlendiy to them sarne wlii do for clendly goyeramont j fc li h aVl n g aocop t ed i besv endbdiiiv tli Q conviction of tho in Ajohtmnntha Sept yesterday declared elected Seventh South Carolina district appeared and took the oath Tho Committee on Foreign Affairs re ported a resolution relative to the killing of General Barrundia McCroary Kentucky strenuously advo cated tho resolution Tho resolution was adopted Stewart Vermont from tho Committee on Judiciary reported tho following The tlcrninr it n hitfli duty that tho ut most coiirlosy mid decorum himnndufl by Imtnontury law and precedent should murk the muiuiil rrlaf of the two Jloupos of does horohy express its un language useTl by Hon Kobcrt 1 Kennedy from the State of Ohio in a spun oh on Uiirtl dayof So plumb 1SW and published in the ConrjivtMional So p torn be r ll ISJQ und consider tig it impriicM calile to si pa rate the of siiicl from suqh pirrtn thereof u may ho therefore llesotiwl Public lrintor hf directed to exclude from the persnitnent Jtccord the cntin Hon Robert Ken nedy in the first resolutionmentioned Kennedy marie an eloquent speech In his own defense malting however no apology for his previous remarks Iirhis speech ho referred again to thepledgesin the Repub lican platfornu andtho fact that tioii bill hart not yot been passed upon by tho Senate It wafi for this that ho had spoken of broken pledges ftwas not tho fault of the House and lie had aright say this hero and elsewhere He hadhut spoken in defense of therights of tho poor downtrodden in behalf of liberty justice a free ballotand afair count Stewart spoke briefly in reply the question simply was whether the speech which was in spirit and substance bitter and savage was a violation of parliamentary law and the privileges of the House Strublo endeavored in vain to se cure action on a Hiibstitiito declaring that tho Houso disapproves of so much of the speech as In any manner reflects upon Dip Senate or any nietiVboi1 thereof in his official capacity This was not road and tho prev ious question was on the former resolution it being to The nays aro Anderson f Atkinson Baker Boutolle Clark Cogswell Congor Cummings DickcjHon Flood Gilford Greeu halge Grosvenor Hall Hansbroiiglv Kolloy Dawes McAdoo Morrill Mndd ONell Osborn Pugsloy Sawyer Smith Smith W Jos D Taylor Townsoncl Vandevur Van Schaick Williams ThoTIouao then went into Committee of the Wholo on tho amend men ts to therPoficloncy bill Tho French spoliation was nonconcurred in and a Tho bills granting pensions of a year to the widows of Generals Kre mont MoOlwllan and Crook woro passed On motion Senate bill was passed providing that naval vessels of tho llrst rate bo named after tbo States of tho Union second after cities third rate after hnportanfc ovonts or names connected with naval fourth rate aftor lakosand rivers Adjourned Senate WASHINGTON Sept the Senate IJYyo ollored a oonciirrontresolntion agreed to directing tho Secretaries of State Treas ury War and Navy to examine and report OH tho recommendations of the Interna tional MarinoConference of February and Congress bills for the onaotmont into law of such rocornmcn datlons as far as they apply to their respec tive departments aud meet their The Senato then proceeded to the consid eration of tho billson tho calendar unob jccted to Among the was the Scnato bill In recognition of tho irierits and service of Chief George Wallace Molvillo and and mon of the Arctic expedition It provides for tho advance of Melville one grade and for a medalto each survivor heirs of the dead t a joint resolution which wont over without action authorizing the Secretary of the Navy to purchase at his discretion nickel or nickelmatte to bo used Iu themanufactureof nickelsteel armor plating projectiles and othor naval objects appropriating a million dollars for that Tho Senato passed 5 to G its supstituto for the to define and regulate tho jurisdiction of the courts of United States woro1 The passed providesforthe appointment by the President of1 Judge with the snm0 Compensation as Circuit It creates in each circuit a Court of to1consist of throe Judges and which is to bo of record with appellate jurisdiction Aterm is to be held annually by tho Circuit Court of Appeals Appeals in the several judicial circuits whether by error or otherwise are to bo hereafter allowed from any DistrictCourt existing Circuit nnd no be exorcised by said existing Circuit alLtippcals shall only bo subject to hearlngIn the Suprmo Court or in tho Circuit Court of Appeals Halos joint resolution appropriating a million of nickel by theNayy referred to tho Judiciary Tho Senate then resumed tho bill to establish States Land Blair mado a deteriuined ellortto havo ib In order to take up the House bill of laborers mid or the but after diricussion Court went over without v1 Tho Senato representatives pf dub him by a decree of the i Court Claims In 1S57 was FQOTPAJDS A WealtliH Robbed und icp at W ill i anv was i suburbbf T and r Secretary Rusk Suggests a Food EallTransportation Facilities CHICAGO Sept executive com mittee of the Worlds Fair NationalCom njissiori adjourned this eveuius subject to call This afternoon the committee drove to Washington Park accompanied by Di rectorGeneral Davis and Secretary of Agriculture Busk After an elaborate inspection it was toe unanimous decision of those present that a better location couldnot Iwve been secured Commissioner Martindale explained the fea tures of the site pointing out particularly the moans of dillerent rallrouds on thu west an elevated 7oad two cable lines and four horsecar lines directly west and north besides a and railroad and lake faeilitios on the east side Before separating tho committee took under consideraUori a number of important sug gestions made by President Palmer Com missioner De California Commis soneratLarge McDonald and others SecrotJtry Ruslc has submitted a memo randa of numerous valuable suggestions for the conduct tho exposition etc The Secrotary asks especial attention to hi Is sug gestions njlatinp to the food exhibit is of tho utmost importance in men at some length of what tlio exhibits should include and says they should Uo grouped by themselves in one great building a food hall and should bo so ranged intolligent visitor may useful knowledge1 The elussllicatlori committee met and or ganized today Tliis Is otio of most im portant commitlees of the National Com mission as notliing further can be dotie by local directors lii the way of planning buildings until the scope and the is laid out Those consti tuting the tireDeere of Illinois Do Young of California McClellanblMebn sylvaniu ilyun of North Dakota and Hurst oi IMovida whq will mnet and night uutiJ they complete the genera tho exposition CLOTHING AN ANGELA WHAT A MODEST WARDUOKE COSTS IN TJTIKHJSXT j A Pennsylvania Widower Gives a SS4000 to ilolestial Raiment for His Dopartort Wife desuiMis Mill must bogohig Sept rTrumJNi3 San Francisco Chronicle Series The latest ganioof Lhe spiritualists is to flueco their followers by getting money to clothe clejiartod wives and daughters and if the moiKiy recently gi verified urn Wyeth of this city 1Iill has really been expended aswas promised In clothing tiho in stylish she round in the most gorgeous raiment purchasable Crom tho celestial Worth 11111 gave towards clothing the angelic Mrs Hill but he eonchiclod that Mrs Hill never got the clothes and has suud for a return of tho money JlillhaH been a spiritualist for years and is a rich man When his wife died Hill con sulted Wyoth as to her condition in the uri woiUl and was told that she would bo perfectly happy bub for tho fact that she was nob so becomingly dressed as the muols by whomshe was snriotindod doopivofi 11111 and he whaTi thomilliuers charged Having a dismal of what their bills wore in this mundane sphere Wyeth said he would ask the spirit nncl afterwards told Hill that the prices for drosses in the prevailing style ranged from to His wife the me dium said was not disposed to dicker about the but assurecl him that whatever was left would be duly returned to him by tho Lord Finally Hill was told to put whatever money he could spare under a certain stone and assured him that it would des tination lie was liberal in his ideas and told the medium ho wanted his angel to dross as well of her celestial neigh bors After this calls for now robes became numerous and exigent and the money put under the stone by Hill disappeared so quickly that Hill suspected that it was moved by other than spiri lual hands He consulted his friends and they advised him to bring suit Counsel for defense that there is no proof that tho monrty was not taken away by spirits nor that it vas not handed to the Lord THE IRISH PLANS OBrien and Dillon Will Visit Amer ica Under Bonds LONDON Sept San1 Francisco Chronicle Series OBrien arrived in London lasfc night and spent tdday inconferenee with the leaders of fine Irish party Ho returned to publin I ani informed on the best authority that and Dlilonwlllcarry out the original plan and visit open the Irish campaign there though they must return sooner than they They will plead guilty to making perary speeches and avoid the process of a tedious trial They expect to be sentenced to six months will ive the inilniodiate right ofappeal which involvesat least six weeks or two months delay during which they wjll on heavy haiJ This will give thenr time to visit New York delphia and return for a hearing of the trial on appeal 1 Lad iivo minutes talk with OBrien fore his Ho said Balfour has simply closed up all the supporters are united In ourcausoagain in a way one have auso of Ireland wlll the cause of all and of all Irishmen the pressure of Rome from behind and ofthe Goveriiinenti in front Neither Balfour nor Rome can touch political unity of the country as a whole Balfburs hope is tbat if heeari prevent us from America and at tho same the plan of campaignestatcsy he canbreak our but this is cannot disclose ourJ plans wi lib regard to Aiiiedca but they are not much The German Catholics v ent German olics hold an iiig At tn congress it was suggested that all societies through1 out the United Statesbo gathered great accordance1 with this suggestion theifollow ing was In view of the proceedings at tho at with tiou that a wellddllned man Catholicyouth in he not oulyia ineaus to to ppposetheHoresy of peopli comitrv young siich thnc ted States traliswitli Jans 0f Slo c ties be affcctcdK u ndfirVs u chiegiila tious AS i s it tho suyrpiui clings iind circxi ms tiinces Chicago WHY THE DEVJOUS WAY The Mormon Presidents Artfully Promulgated HE DOES NOT ENCOURAGE POLYGAMY Advice to the People by Way of Chicago Is to Obey the Be Read at the Taber nacle Tbo foliowing was received in this city as an Associated Press dispatch sent out from tho Chicago headquarters SALT LAKK Sept Woodruff of the Mormon Church today issued a manifesto in which referring to tho state ment in the report of tho Utah Commission that plural marriages have been solemnized during tho past year and that tho leaders of the church have encouraged tho jjontinu ancc of polygamy ho enters a sweeping de nial that such things have occurred President WoodrutT further snys that in asmuch law forbidding polygamy has been pronounced constitutional by the court of last resort bo hereby declares his intention to submit to those laws and use his influence with the mombers of the church to do likewise There is nothing in his teaching to tho church or in teaching of his associates during the time specified which can reasonably bo construed to inculcate or encourage po lygamy and when any elder has used lan guago which appeared to convey sucb teach ings he has bcWi piomptly reproved Be concludes I now publicly declare that my advice to the LatterDay Saints is to refrain from contracting any marriage forbidden by the law of the UNDER RULE The therefor throw the British Authorities Desert St Johns Fishermen ST JOHNS N Sept Dis Francisco The French have been carrying things with a high hand here and the British authorities seem to have deserted us altogether A Frerjchman named BJschel cap tain of tho schooner on entering the harbor of Port Basque about throe weeks ago took away and destroyed a net belong ing to a fisherman of that place The fish orinan demanded payment Rischer refused and too men fisherman overboard Tho fisherman swam ashore and obtained a summons for which he ignored whereupon thenuigistrate issued a writ to attach the vessel and ordered to serve it WiJqox did JBischel still re fuscd to obey and hoisted tho French flag refused to leave the vessel until tho damage was paid lindBischel set sail talc lug Wilcox with him After bringing the officer twenty miles to ordered his crew to throw him resisted thopfflcor food or shelter tho French warship Indre was and her commander ordered Wileox to leave telling him thatho authority to Intorforo with a French subject on a French shore Wileox was arrested by the officers of tho his1 writ and other papers taken from biro ami put ashore at Bay StL Upon the magistrate hear ing this bo ordered H M S Emerald to Buy St George Tho Emerald refused to go and Bischel escaped ITe was recap tured on the 17th tried and sentenced to two years imprisonment with hard labor As we are refused protection we are1 arm ing ourselves and are prepared to protect our homes at whatever cost to Great Britain Tbotait act this season has colony and the from all fishing vessels only showing a direct loss to the country of Premier has promised an appeal of the act DYNAMITE DISCLOSURES Davitts Tjabor World Exposing a Government Conspiracy LONDON 2f Davitt will begin in his paper the Labor World to morrow a series of disclosures to the effect that the political events which began with the dynamite explosions at tho House of Parliament and ended with the Parnell Commission were the result of a conspiracy on the part of the government to connect Paruell with tho outrages and so de fame him and his movement together Dav itt claims that Bed Jim McDormott organ ized the dynamite plots in Cork and Liver pool by aid of money furnished him by the British Government and also the later plots in London Many other charges are Davitt says he is prepared to prove A GRAYHAIRED VILLAIN He Maliciously Hugged and Kigsed a Maiden of Sixty AKRON Sept TRIBUNE Dis San Francisco Chronicle A kiss valued at was forcibly stolen from Sophie France by Solomon Ouiatt Both are over GO years are wellknown and gen erally respected here Sophie the co maiden in the case appeared in court today and averred that the defendant had dam agedher to the extent of S2000 by unlaw fully wantonly and maliciously assault and battery on tbe plaintiff by forcibly kissing her and putting his arm around her The Bnrchell Case WbotSTOck Sept The Burchell for the murder of Benwell was con tinued The morning session was occupied with expert testimony by physicians as to tlie character of the wounds probable time qfdeath etc the Peller was recalled and recognized Burchell and several letters which were put in Griggj the Princeton was ques attempt as open tha grave and steal VBen wells body describe whom teller in the ara Burchell haci came in the bank or Febiu ary 24th and anagent of the British Govern ment buying horses deposited S152 eleven This point the connection with the of Benwell the in ur der ed rn an had a h ancLf u 1 of soy ereign s M An important discovery the Burcheirsiattorneysiaid that Benwell Commercial Hotel entry i a a j isVconsidereia heavy f cr alWajiagJersS Pacific A BIRCa GAI PENALTY How a Canadian Magistrate Pun ished a Young pfTcmler Sept Dispatch San Francisco Series David Snaith the boy who two weeks agolast Sunday stabbed young Peter H ad sen close to the heart with a pocket knife was before Magistrate Dumble at CaUurg for sentence the Jtidge said the prisoner had been guilty of a offense and had shown a bravado that wis astonishing He was undoubtedly of bad proclivities yet felt to send to prison a lad of his tender would simply confirm him to crime If ho was sent to the reform atory for five years his morals miijht not be improved when he came ouU Under all tho circumstances his Honor thought the best thing that could be done was to give tho boy a severe flogging He said thai it Smiths father would give tho boy twentyfour lashes on tho back with a birch gad and inflict the punishment conscientiously and to the of the Court ho would not sentence the boy to the reforma tory The father Accepted the magis trates suggestion and in the police cells be low in tbe presence of tho Chief Constable tho boy culprit was severely Hogged by his father Each stroke of the left a livid welt upon the back of tho boy who cried with the pain After boy had recovered somewhat from his castigation he was taken back to tho court room and sentenced to close confinement in the county jail for the balance of tho month Tho novel mode of punish ment is generally commanded by tho townspeople as wise iiud salutary Tho same plan was adopted in a similar case by a London England magistrate a short time ago This is the iirst time it has boon tried in Canada An Extemporaneous Duel LIMA Sept Dispatch San Francisco ChronMe L Lee and Samuel Lines two business men of Ottawa near hero engaged in a controversy which ended in a quarrel during which Loo drew a revolver and at Lines who also pulled a revolver and commenced tiring About fifteen shots were exchanged and both were wounded fatally Both have large families IUND POLST1GAL BOSPEL Son Willis Sweet Demolishes a Few DeiBoeratic Preps A TBIANSULAR LEAD ORE PLAHX OH THE TtFRF THE NKLSON EQUAtS FAMOUS KECOKO His Record at Plilla GrrtveKonsi nnd villo Baseball Record KANKAKSH Sept 24 Nelson tho stallion owned by Nelson of Maine trotted a mile over the Kaukakee track this after noon in 2 12 equaling Axtolls time Tho first half was made in the last half against a heavy wind PfiUMDELrniA Sept In tho first heat of tho class the stallion Autograph lowered toia record from to Twothirtyfour trot Darlington won II L J second I X L third Pucker fourth Best time Twotwentytwo Richmond Autograph second Charlie third D C S fourth Best time GriiAVESiiND N Sept 24 TJsree fourths of a mile AKarrow won Meriden second Ballston third Qime Mile an galloped over the course for the money Threefourths Dr Hasbrouck won Scc uobia second Woodcutter Carrie 0 won Kyrlo B second Lady Jano colt third Time 1 Threefourths of a mile Ben Harrison won Tanner second Eolo third Time Threefourths of a milo LIntriquante won Lord Harry second Best Boy third Time LotriSVlLijE Sept 24 Mile Ed Leonard won Eugenia second Mary Mac third Time Mile and a sixteenth Virgo DOr won Blarney Stone second Hamlet third Time Cash handicap mile and a fourth Marlon won Ed Hopper second Catatlpa third Time Threefourths of a Prettywitt won Ranlor second Onellght third Mile and an eighth Palomas won Ten like second Gray son third Time CINCINNATI Sept Twoforty trot Avon took the first heat Del took fifth others distanced Besttirae Twotwentynine Godelia won Limestone second Walker third Greenleal fourtb Best time The Players Brotherhood The Bostons and CleveHnds played a close and exciting game today in which the visitors won Attendance 400 Cleveland 1 Boston 5 Gruber and Daly P1TTSBUHG Heavy hatting OD the part of the Brooklyn s gave them an easy victory this afternoon Brooklyn Hfemining and Maul CHICAGO Chicago Avon a close and exciting game today Both pi toners did good work Chicago 4 Philadelphia 2 King aha Sanders Tho TallEnders won a second victory over the Giants today in the ninth inning The contest was the prettiest seen here for many a day Buffalo 6 New York 4 Stafford and O Day The NationatLeaRuc New York easily defeated Cleveland today by good playing Attendance Cleveland 1 New York Beatin and Rusie Pittsburg won an interesting game today over the Bostons Pittstaurg 6 Boston Gumbert andClarkson CIXCIKSATJ Three tiroes in pamc Cincinnati had men on third and second but one out but were unable to Attendance 2000 1 Brooklyn Duryea and Terry CHICAGO very lucky pame today no going outi on easyballs Philadelphia 9 Laby ttrid yickery The Anaefican Association i Toledo 6 Baltimore Louisville 1 Called atfeudof eightli darkness 2 3 TJieWestern Aasociatioii 3 ciTTv SiouxCity 10j 18 reversed theseh ten ce roll imp at h ar d Mormon Anxiety to Defeat The Fisht in the Eastman Explains Why He Opposes Will Decline if Given an Opportunity BOISE Idaho Sept to Titrs politicnl meetings in succes sion did not seem to cause any diminution in the interest on tho part of the citizens of Boise in the campaign now drawing to a close There were no fireworks tonight no display no straining of effect but solid straight work which will speak iu whiUi ballots on the 1st of October iu favor of tho Bcpublioan party Sonnas Opera House was completely filled with tho beauty intelligence and worth of tho Capital City On the platform were Governor Shoup Hon Willis Swoet Major Huston Marshal Wilson Hon Silas W ol Assay OlVtco V J Cunningham Tamos W Brown C Hayes of the Avalanche SurveyorGeneral Pottit and others Huston introduced Governor Shoup as chairman of tho meeting who in a few brief remarks reviewed Maglunis aud paid a passing notice to Roid which disposed in a few words of tho sophistries of tho Demo cratic orators He then introduced BONT WILLIAM the orator of the evening As Mr Sweet stepped to the front ho was greeted with rounds of applause waiving of handker chiefs fans etc Ho was surprised and do the magnificent audionco ho saw I before him He would attempt rhetorical flourishes but would give a plain talk Talcing uptho lead question Mr Sweet said tho Democratic party was chargeable with an attempt to destroy tho lead In dustry of Idaho as that was tho tendency of Democratic legislation In the St Louis convention Henry WaUcrson had said Damn IIowis chosen chairman of that convention Grover Cleveland who opposed silver was nominated for President Tho Republican party of the Nation prom ised to protect both lead and silver and they kept their word Tho State Democratic platform had plank in it denouncing Iho McKinley bill favoring tho protection of lead and un f other favoring a tarilT for revenue three positions on quo question in tho same While the Idaho Democrats were Jj voting in convention iu this threesided manner tne Democrats in Congress wero voting to a man to make lead free Tho i Democratic platform reminded him of j Burnss Holy Willjos As Holy Wiino prayed for everybody to lie damned except himself so the Democratic party of i Idaho seemed to favor the protection or lead but the coal of Washington or the copper of Montana might go tothe bad Our miners cannot compete with1 peon labor at cents a Tho voters would have to say whether they to do A vote for the J3oruocrat means free load and tha opening of tho tho peon labor of Spain and Mexico In passing Mr Sweet paid a high pliment to Speaker liecd 1or his heroio course endorsed so grandly by the people ri of Maine in stopping Con gress The Democratic speakers were loud in their denunciation of Keed Had v not heard from Maine The case had gone to tho jujyand tbe been favor of Speaker Reod Tho speakers had better confine their to i live issue ft Tho Republican party had kept every pledge made people of Idaho The question to be settled on Octiober 1st Is v whether the people endorsed the action the Republican party on leadj silver and Statehood or whether they endorsed the Democratic party that had fought these In terests Major baSr niado ranch sport In his speeches of theroittenbulks called a navy that the Republicans had givento the country Yet these rotten hulks bad curried Farragut to victory had sunkthe Slerrimac and aided m crushing Rebellion The rotten hulks had done7 some seryice 4 i It bad been claimed by Magirinis that Cleveland had experienced a change heart on the silver question ft made v no clifference what position T on the silver question The people had relieved him of his job The Denaocratio S party had Its position still hostile to silver Tnc pecplo should vote for their interests TJjey should v sider what is best for Idaho Whether a T man fought with Lee or noti figure now the question was whether they could support a party that all the fighting against their business interests to the labor problem he VItb power to settle all dif ficultios between employers and The aridlands shouldbe turned Vr the Btate and the State should solve the their reclamation V On Mormouism Mr Smith repudiated the notion that there was any combination be tween and party He know mons had votedi the RepublJcau tlcket in J r butIf othe Republicans j their success to theMormon vote they had bettera thousand tiiuas been 7 v asfor he did not iwaut vote have tho Mormpii He home and take lils babe on his owedhis eVectica Here in Republican party lead Mormonismand given Statehood Tbelarge electionit wasof   

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