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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                f CIRCULATION ALL THE 1 DAILIES IM COMBINED THE MOST EXTENSIVE I BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM i a TUB I ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION jj VOI 257 SAiT LAKE CITY UTAH3 MOjSTDAY MOKNESTG SEPTEMBER 29 1890 PRICE FIVE CESTTS The Tories Seek to Make Light ofj Irelands Distress THE PERIODICAL ATTACK ON THE CZAR Prince of Wales can say yes I will re it when I run made a member and the blacklnJlors are from the This is what UK club fears 1 need hardly say tho bnvu had the nocottiity of their exodus intimated to them A PARISIAN The Yonng of Servia Also Hns an Experiensie Boiilantfor i Dr Joined tho Foreign Neww south LONDON Sopt San Francisco Cabinet was to lntvo met oariy in October for tho purpose of taking Into consideration tlio condition if Ireland infliionci of public opinion in condemnation of tho carelessness of tlio In tho fuo of tho ro ports of widespread distress lining felt to bo too strong to bo Ignored however in glvii tnirtlstry a war rant to go on doling nothing iiiittnallclonsly oppressing Irish people ami Midi liiiders and the report of Mr Mio Financial Secretary of Mio Treasury ias been received by Snllshury us fisulN oienii reason for Inaction and has canned him to ooslpoim convening tho Thoy will probably not meet now until just boforo reassembling of PiirUimiiint in tho latter part of Novenibur Jacksons reportlimits tlif urea of tho potato blight to tlio western district of Ulster and Con naught and tho western Munster while a to bis ffiir cropw and general prosperity prevail elsewhere throughout Ireland f IIs scarcely necessary to tell you that such a report as this is not generally credited although it Is received In Jovern rnonl circles as just tho soit tliut is useful at this juncture It Is the policy of tho conservatives to tho reports of distress In Ireland as much possible and thus the estimates of the Tory newspaptiis are so put as to show that the potato blight does jiot allect more than ontitwentleth purt of tho population of thed stressed districts the relief of whom If fs Is already within the scope of tho local boards Tho Iarneilites are busy preparing an or gaulzod system of relief wlilcli is expected to ho In full working order before tho terri ble results of thu timattuiod famine roach their culmination They are waiting how over for some clear Indlcutlon of what pro jects the Government has in hand and hope for a meeting and some humano action by tho ministry A BERLIN HCANDAIj Faithless Friend Husband find Murdered Wile PARIS Sept Dispatch Fraudsco Chronicle Scries Rue Montmartn is tlio scone of a crime which has sot Longuo of Jaris loose M Testo Is tho fiori of a Howeimaker find lives in this Hf has bcon married for some time and his friond and most frequent visitor is Some time Mmc Testo was very ill and tlic doctor was called u Ho said hir iiaso was serious and required eonslant and his attention to the hick woman won uven more than before tho regard and friendship of hor husband The visits of the doctor did not prow less when Mine Testo was jullo re stored to health The arnonpr the neighbors finally mado Testo a llltlo uneasy about his wife Last hu refieived a letter which KUVO overwhelming evidence of tftiiltof Mmo and Or He charjjod her falijo A stormy scene follusved Mmo Tosto denied iier unlit and went to her I room remained in the diningroom A RECORD TO BE PBOOO The Extraordinary Amount of Work Accomplished by Congress OVER A THOUSAND LAWS ENACTED CLEARINGHOUSE EXCHANGES How the Bankers Flourish Through out the Country BOSTOX Sept to TITE TUTB following table compiled from dispatches from the clearinghouses of tho cities named shows the gross exchanges for last week with the relative per cent of in crease and decrease as against similar amounts for the corresponding week in 1SS9 THREE THOUSAND MAJORITY CITIES An Enumeration of tho More Im portant Measures Pew Figures That Speak Volumes for the Republican Remains to Bo Done Ilio loast wlMi his face buried In his hands Then ho j called a nor van t stint her out to fetch t him a glass of hcor During her absence ho I went to a drawer unlocked it and took from it a flvochambiinid revolver Tho heerwas brouglit ho drank It and the servant left tho room Then ho wont to his wifes room entered and locked tho door Sho lying on the bod Tie spoke to hor she did not answer sho was nslnop Ills mind was mado up howovor Thoro was only thing to do lie drew from his pocket tho revolver and cocking it took aim at his wifes head and flrod exclaiming Five times did ho do this Then tho pistol was empty Ho put it on tlio table drew a clparotto from ills pocket rolled it between his palms lighted it and walked to tho police station where ho Informed of what ho had doiio and gave himself up Tostu was brought boforo judge to day and bo unhesitatingly admitted tho crime Jio said with terrible pathos in his voice me guillotine mo Get lOoviM1 quickly thats all I wurib Existence is nothing to me liow Tho woman I love is ftly friend is false life is a mock ory Knd It it In tho name of Sensational Story Concern the Suicide of Von Nomxon LONfON Sept San Kranoisoo Chronicle Scries A shock Ing scandal just now agitating military and poilto sooioty In Horlln On last Tues day morning Major Von Norrnon amosl dis tinguished officor commandant of tho train ing school for nonoommisHloned olHccra at 1otsdarn anda groat fjlvorllo of Kaiser Wilhclm was found load in hla nmulCirs Mo hud committed suicideby taking poison and then opening tlio veins in Ills arm It was due to pecuniary troubles llko several Hiilcldos which have liorrillnd Fjorlln within tho past rflonth Tlio real facts have since oomo to light and prove von Norman to liitvn boon a scoundrel of tho vilost oliaracter It In no I ImprobaUlo that had ho not taken his life von Norman would have provoked u mili tary mutiny which might huvo resulted in iis numlor for ho rulod thn nojicommls ollicors his command with so vorlty and was disposed to indulge ally In unnatural vices similar to those which mado Oiovolarid street infamous Tho exposure came when von Norman ut temptod to assault a younK noncommls slonod ollioer who Jolnod thn school only a week ago The spirltod and Indignant now cofnor folded his superior odlcur to tho ground and then crossed tho barrack yard to tbo told vhnt had hap pened and surroiiriorod himself a prisoner Tho otllcors immediately hold a council behind closed doors and ilnally sent the three oldest captains as a deputation to in form von Normati that a Gorman ofiloor ngalnst whom an Infamous crime could bo proved It was his duly to shoot himself Von Norman made no attempt to dony tho charge and promised tho oflioors to comply with tholr demands within half an hour Tho captains waited outside vor Nor mans quarters for two hours and then as suming that tho wretched man was too cowardly to commli suicide retired after placing a double sergeants guavd on tho pluoo In tho morning tho oldest captain went with a guard and warrant of arroat only to tind von Norman doid IFo must have takon poison and opened his veins wh lie tho captains wero outside hla door aud was probubly dead they ro Virod In disgust at his supposed cowurdico Major von Norman wax In command of the troops who by order of tho present Kalsor barred all exit from Frlodrlohsrhuo im mediately tiftor Kuisor Frodedok oousud to breathe MUCH IN A NAME A Waif from Dumass Pen Goes a He Joined tho Royalists Simply ThrongFi Mercenary Motives LONDON Sept Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Hou liiiiKor controversy has boon raging with pen and sword lloularijjer has at last boci hoard from Hu lias Issued a manifesto which Is a curious counterpart of tho Count of Paris taUon In opposition to the same lino of self The reason tlio writes that ho consulted with the lioyalists was to obtain inonuy for tlio pro motion of and ho found that they bollovod his success would be no fib theirs and ho suffered thorn to beliovo so Ho de nies that ho intends to become a Socialist Ho declares that lie ban ever been and did always remain a Republican bur ho is an ononiy to tho present rotrimo in France as ho is 11 foo to monarchy in any form This manifesto is just out and has not had flrno to recoivo the comments oC tho press Tt wlH havon and will add fuel to tho fire has boon raised around his fallen namo It will onrasjo his confocler atos disgust tlio fow friends ho has left and complete tho distrust with which tho people havo corno to repaid him JOHN MOKLKYS TRIP Ho PARIS Sopt W TiumjjrE San Francisco Chronicle Alexander Dumas has lately been amusing himself at te expense of the managerial fraternity of Tarls Ho wrote a play which ho had copied In tho usual way but omitted hls name from the title Ho sent it to tho nmmigor of a wellknown theater with a note asking1 hif consideration on behalf of tho work but of courso he carefully avoided giving any clue by which ho could be recog nized In fmv days ho rpcelvedhls manu script and with it a note tho contents of riivist bo known to every ono who has succumbed to the weakness of a play Tho manager regretted Its unsuita blonoss and rcturtiod it with thanks M Dumas sen fc It to tlio director of another theator frcm whom ho received tho same answer and then to another always with tho saitio result Tho play is still going vho rounds and tho celebrated author has do olaved that If any manager is tiilling to accept and produce it simply on its merits without announcing the author ho it for nothing as a reward for backing of liis opinion and will be given permission to consult tho critics on it ARON HJRSJOHS REVENGE That Will Relate His Irish Experi ences Tonight LONDON Morloy who has rcturtiod to England from a tour of in vestigation in Ireland was asked yesterday to give an account of aiVairs In Tipporary and to dosciibo his general experience in Ireland llo declined howovor to say any thing about his trip giving as a reason his intention to make a speech Monday night whott ho will toll tlio whole story of the condition of alTalrs In Tlppcrary and tho treatment lo which arrested Nationalists havo boon subjected AIlMoorly would say in tho meantime was that ho had boon con sulting on Irish with Gladstone at liatrardoii and would return there to assist at tho conferences between tlio leaders of tho Liberal party which will bo hold tho coming week A BTRfcOVED MONARCH Another Attempt to Make an Angel oi tho Czar ST PRTKRSitimo Sopt at tempt has boon made on tho lifo of the This tirno the conspirators planned to wreck a train by which It was bollovod the Czar intended to travel from St Petersburg to Warsaw An obstruction was placed upon tlio track lu the shape of livo logs which wore tightly wedged In between tho rails Tho train which was supposed to bo carry ing tho Czar crashed into tho barricade and was thrown from tho track No details of tho outrage have boon ob taiuod and It is not known whether any ar wore mado connection with tho af fair The Iron Market Excited LOXDON Sopt 28 A crisis is Impending in tho Scotch iron trade The masters havo glvon notice to the rnonof a wholesale lookout on the fourth of October unless an amicable settlement of tho dispute is effected in tho meantime of which tharo is no prospect at Tho fires in a num ber of furnaces aro already out Tho threatened stoppage of production has paused excitewonb in tho iron warrant market Ho Gota Even With a Cluo Blackballed PARIS Dispatch San Franoiscu Chronlcla Ilirsoh has caused mtioU oxcltoraent arnoupf certcin aristocratic Ho bus bougKt overthe heads of tho swoll club tho Circle dojn Ruo Eoyalc thoir clulji iidusO and tboir lurhituro at iigurc leasojuis itill V andis in the best situation at the cor tier cfliuo whyhe reason rn6uthsaa6 he ihasf lease renewed theftbdsioin Mend of tho x Attempt to Blow Up a Sept While tha young King of Sorvia accompanied by his father Milan was returning from a drive today a cartridge was exploded beneath tho carriage The authorities allege that the explosion was purely accidental So far as can bo learned no ono was injured Has Both Ends s Sept says thoEnglish Govornrnont has purchased Said and is transforiug It Into u bar rackfortress will soon be occupied by British This wjill give England possession of both ends of the Suozcanal A Suicide in Church LONDON Sept inorning service at Cathedral was interrupted by horrible tragedy i During the services a man naraad JSaston in the congregation cororalttocl suicide by shobtiiig hiniself Plenty of Money in Brazil Bid JANEIRO Sopt decree has boon issncdyby the Government authorizing unllrriitod ssuosvOf currency on a gold basis by bunks is greatly A Sepbi rnothor of buttonmakcirs have boon locked to tho McKinley the mattiif stop the entire trade withiAmerica S of strlkiors today of vans Tli Q Sopt two or three days the long session of tho Fiftyfirst Con gress will come to an end It has been almost the longest tjvur held Although thy lirst session of tho iiftyfirsfc Congress lasted until October 20th tho present ses sion by reason of longer dally sessions has consumed more time and tho amount of legislative work actually accomplished has boon extraordinary viewed in the light of previous Congresses Tbo record so far is Bills and joint resolutions tlio House in tho Senate 4750 total against during tho first session of the lasl Congress which in this matter far exceeded all previous records Reports use 3215 Senate noaccount being takon In the Scnato of other than written reports Hills Mouse 1202 of which the Sonata has passed 849 All ex cept a fow of these 8JO havo become laws or aro awaiting Vrosidonts approval By the Senate of which JSO were sent to the President making tho total number about JiW5 acts or laws against 1700 for fcho wfioki of tho larft Congress Of these acts COO House and Senate bills wore pen sions to individuals Jn the completed work of tho session aside from tho bill tbo following are some of tho many important measures on aciod Into laws Tbo Silver bill tho Customs Administra tive bill the Dependent and Disability pen sion bills tlte AntiTrust bill AntiLottery bill Worlds Fair bill Admission of Idaho bill and Wyoming Meat Inspection bill Lund Grant Forfeiture bill Orfginnl Pack age bill Additions to tho Navy also bills repealing act of 1888 which withdrew practically all Western public lands sottlement and providing that hereafter only actual reservoir sites shall be with drawn and that no one person shall enter more than iiLO acres relief for tlio Missis sippi Valloy lloorlHulTcrers Portage Lake and lloiinipin and Galvoston Harbor projects addition to the clerical forco of tlio PensionOOico to adjudicate cases under now acts providing for classifi cation of worsted as woolens that no time of peace shall bo tried desertion after tlio lapse of two years ex tend ing relief to railroad land settlors sev eral bills concerning Indian rcjsorvations and treaties for tho census of farm mort gages of the Chinese in creasing tbo pension ior total helplessness for an assistant secretary each In tho War and Navy Department There woro eighteen contested election cases boforo Jiouse and seven of tbo Republican contestants havo boon Tho Seriate seated the Republican Senators from Montana Seven bills have boon vetoed by tbo President thrco of them being pub lic building bills two bills authorizing an Increase of tho indebtedness of certain cities or counties ono changing the boundaries of thoUncompahgro Indian reservation and tlio other extending the time for tbo payment for lands purchased from the Omaha tribo of Indians moitg tho bills which passed tho House but havo not yet passed tbo Senate aro tho Federal Rlection bill the National Bank ruptcy bill tho bill for tbo relief of the Su prorno Court tho Compound Lard bill tho bill to prevent tho products of convict labor being furnished upon public buildings or works tho eighthour back pay tho bill to repeal the timber culture law tho Eighi Iiour Day bill tho Senate bills which havo riot passed tbo House aro tho Shipping Subsidy tbo bill granting California 5 per cent of tho proceeds from tbo sale of public auds to enlarge Yellowstone Park to grant right of way through public lands fo ompulsory education of Indian children for tho inspection of live cattlo arid bee products for export Tho Blair Educatio bill and tho International Copyright bil wero defeated in tho Senate and House ro spectively Many bills of prominence havo no 5TOt been acted upon by cither House TU5 TO JE Tow much time thoSenate will consume ir ho discussion of tho conference report 01 tariff can not be stated accurately bti leaders onboth sidesthink a vote cai bo reached Tuesday Tho final adjourn nent will come tho day after tho reporti lisposod of In addition to tho Tarifl bill Genera deficiency bill is tho only other measure fikoiy to receive tho attention of the Senate That is now ponding in the House With tho exception of the conference re port on tho General Deficiency bill the Houso has completed its labors and waits upon the While waiting some measures may be taken from tho calendar and passed An effort may bo made to pass tho two shipping bills sent over by tho Sen ate but thiswill be strongly resistedby the Democrats and unless special prbvisioi ismado for their consideration the effor will likely fail New Phjlaiielphin St Siin IMtishnru Haiti Kivnsus NPW Orkixns Si II St Tortlund Ore Purl In nd Worcester Tdicoiua City Moinus Grand Rapids Lowell Los Angles Lincoln Dinmngham Lexington Ky Bedford Jlalifiix Lake Clearances W 15 JUS Incrsc Outsido of X 7ll 5 2 30 S 37 S Dccrsft sT sir The Idaho Democracy Will Be Buried Very Deep REPUBLICANS EVERYWHERE CONFIDtflT The Nefarious Schemes of the Demo cratic Tricksters Shown Eastmans Attitude Shoshone County Large Influx ot Settlers ivhc havo como into tho county within tho past four months seeking homes and invest ments This great influx of peoplo is largely due to Statehood which makes Investments more secure than under a Territorial gov ernment especially where foreign capital comes in Wallace i fust rising above tho ruins of the Lite fire Fully ono hundred houses have been built in the past sixty days many of which aro substantial brick struc tures Much of tho enterprise Is due to the impetus giving mining operations through Republican legislation having raised the prices of load and silver placing mining on a paying basis THE DEMOCRATIC RECORD included in this time Jasl year No clcariugUouse at SICK AND BROKENHEARTED INVJEXTOR KOTO H KISS BASELY DE SJE11TS HIS WIFE Ills Aristocratic and Wealthy RIamma Ob jected to the Matcli and the Young Bride Abandoned LIQUOR THE CAUSE A California Women Asphyxiated in New York NEW YORK Sept woman known as Mrs Bradloy but who is said to be Tuanita Sergeant formerly of San Francisco died in an apartment at 14T West Thirty fifth street last night from asphyxiation caused by inhaling illuminating gas which escaped from burner Whether i case ofrsuicideor an accident will probably never be known but from the dead girls colored servant it was leacaed that her mis tress came hohio somewhat the worse for liquor about night and re tired to her room with a bottle of liquor There was a halfopen window near the jet from which the gas escaped and a sudden draught of air mighttiave light She was found unconscious yesterday morning The remains will bo forwarded io Uispatoh FranciscoCJironiclc President Waitz of the Baltimore Baseball Club has returned from the West He says that there grandrevolution in baseballcircles this The scheme is to form a strong American association of eight of citiesuud supplying their places with clubs from livelier towns An irnpor Baltimbre Olub luan igement had as Captain Powers back to this city from thekr iXiady o eased jiexfr il stifoabipf hier death blowto hor husband andson YORK Sept Dispatch Francisco William of the son ofthe inventor of tho Hofrobkiss lying sick and brokenhearted in Vcfnon having been deserted by her She is a beautiful woman and was a teacSierin New Haven Tier fatherwas a ing died Dr Hotchkiss begged hor to marry him Sho refused on the ground that his family would not give Sho wont to Germany to hor fathers relar tives there There Hotchkiss followed her She married him on his assurance that the marriage would bo agreeable to his mother who then lived in New Haven After a wedding trip they lived for a time in Germany After tlnit hcii husband left her to oome to this country arid while here his mother who had hoard of the marriage reproached him bitterly for having united himself to one whom she said was far be neath him in station Sho told him he must choose between his mother who is worth wcnty millions and his wife Her argu ments wore too powerful aud lie weakly deserted hoi1 His wifo came to this country to lind him but hor search has proved una vailing Tho fear of his mothers uro was sufficient causa to keep tho bus band from the wife ho bad sworn to protect She was left penniless butafterward opened and managed to support all the time trying to find some trace of her husband She took to giving public lec tures so that she might go from phicc to place but has hoard nothing of him though shebelieves he is in the far West She came to Mayernon to give a lecture fell ill on the street and was taken in by friends The family of Hotchklss is probably ono of tho best known and wealthiest in New IiAVINIBS EIGHT HUSBANDS BOISE CITV Idaho Sept to Eastmans explanation in THE TRIBUNE failed to explain He admits that ho is lighting Coffin roni purely per sonal and business reasons It hardly be comes a man who expects to have political Influence to fight the regular nominees of tho Republican ticket The position now taken by Eastman will not be forgotten by tho party He has been a kicker for years Ic is claimed by those who know tbat ho has never voted a straight Republican ticket in his life He is an avowed enemy of Dubois and has been fighting him all along The time gone by in Idaho when men can carry on a kind of guerilla warfare on nominees of tho party and retain political influence With the advent of Statehood party lines aro drawn and henceforth a mans political record will be carefully kept nnd rated However Eastmans efforts to down Coffin will not succeed Ho will receive as many Democratic in Ada county as Eastman can win to tho support of bis brotherinlaw from the Republicans When the Legislature meets hero in De cember andtho boss attempts to button hole them they will bear in mind his efforts to defeat Coffin and allow his talk to count nothing Coflin is atrue and loyal Repub lican The members of his party through out the State should look well after him and seo that lie polls at least tlio full strength of the party Tho little coterie will appear decidedly insignificant when the returns come in from other parts of tbo State The Republicans claim the State by 3000 majority It may be much larger The Democrats cannot count on more than from seven to ten members of tho Legislature They do not seem to come up to the supreme effort at the close of the campaign with re markable qigor United States Attorney Woods loft for southeastern Idaho tonight Ho says the Mormons will not be permitted to vote ii Bear Lake county Republican and Demo cratic Supervisors havo been appointed in every precinct in Bear Lake county Tho as much opposed to the Mormons voting as the Republicans and will do all in tfocir power to keep them fron it The Republicans should beware ofDem ocratic campaign fakes gotten up at tbo lastmoment votes work hard score a grand Republican triumph Sir Dubois Gives Eagle Rock Voters a Few Facts ROCK Idaho Sept to Fred T Dubois mado the most telling speech in this city last evening that has been mado hero since tho cam paign opened Tho audience was tho largest that has gathered hear any public speaking He commenced by showing what the Republican party had done to assist in the settlement of tho great Northwest not withstanding tho fact thnt tho Democratic party and especially Clevelands admlnis tion bad fought every proposition tending to the settlement of tho groat Northwest Commissioner Sparks under Clevelands administration had accused every man who had located Land as a thief and had tho Democratic party continued in power another four years it would havo been im possible for any person to havo takon up a foot of under any of tho land laws now in existence The Republican party had always friend of tho homoseeker of the West Ho showed the position of the Democratic party in Idaho who had fought for State hood and with all their beseechiugs to the National Democratic party they could no endure one single member of Congress t vote for Statehood Ho carried convictioi with every point he made and was listenec to attentively for over an hour and a half A TEBB VES6EAHCE A Young Bride Brutally Murdered By Her Father THE HUSBAND A RAVINS MANIAC A Tragic Story Prom Wronged Husband Kills His Errinj Raid rm the Pittsburg Pawnbrokers The Record of Crime Sept terrible tragedy occurred here this morning For time Joseph Baxter a young Englishman em ployed at tho Locoa Woolen Mills has been courting Mary Seifert a young girl who hor father worked in tho same mill Tho father objected to their engagement and threatened several days ago to kill them and him self unless they gave up tho Idea of marriage Nevertheless the young people were married Saturday night This morning Sicfert sent for Baxter saying ho wished to apologize and become reconciled Baxter and had a Interview with his fatherinlaw and at tho lattora request induced the bride to make hor ap pearance As soon as she went into the room her father seized a shotgun and blow out her brains tie then placed tho other barrel of tho gun In his mouth aud fired the icmaining charge into his OAVU head dying instantly Tho young husband tonight a raving maniac McAuliffe Is Too Big LONDON Sept Sportsman says MoAulilTes arms weresoft and he appeared Ught below tho knee just whore he required support With fully two and a half stone to pet off he was at a grea disadvantage in training which weukenec him considerably and in some measure ac counts for Ins collapse Our opinion is that McAuliffe is too big ever to shine as a AN OPERATORS BLUNDER IT CAUSES THE DKATH OF EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC TRICKSTERS A Suit for Desertion Was Dismissed Jy Judge Sftpt Ds Francisco Chronicle A most peculiar case came up in court yes terday morning when Lho case of Harry Molenbrook charged by his wife Lavinic with doserliion was called Tho prisoner was on hand and sat near bis counsel Gen oral McCartney When tho two entered court they were accompanied by seven men who immediately took seats among the audience Whori the case was called tho wife respond She was notin court and no attorneyappeared in her beealf Who does this woman want to prose cute demanded General ing to bis foet Why sho has eipht living husbands right here in this court that asked tlie Judge sharply while the crowd listened breathlessly at the astounding revelation She has eight husbands in re peated General McCartney Theyll re spond if you call for All the husbands of Lavinio Mqlenbrook stand ordered the Judge standingiintil he added as the seven menarose Moleubrobk stood up to make tbo eighth The case is And tbo eight husbands marched slowly out of thecourt Some of the men live in Wilkesbarre and the others in surrounding towns in the min ing region The muchmarried wife has disappeared A Coachman in Jjucfc Sept special to the Ledger froni Bristol says John Williams a coachman and his William at Blackburn hnd been left it is over of their uncle Theodore Ludrlck of A AVooleii Mills Failure Sept Jackson kVbolon have not The of the recentfailure1 ofthe JacksoJct Bank v Rejjeaters anrt Bogus Tickets Part of Their Programme PocATELiiO Idaho Sopt to Democratic phalanx com posed of Wilson of North Carolina Keid Judge Weir John Hawley aud Sherwin are hero today They have been in close con sultation presumably in reference to the scheme of running a train load of repeaters armed with fraudulent transfers from the Montana line to Eagle Rock All the towns likely to be visited by this nefarious gang have boon warned by wire and deputy United States marshals wiil bo sent to keep them company Bogus Republican tickets issued by the Democratic managers wero discovered to day and the Republican committee have taken steps to counteract the effect of this Democratic trick These developments go to show thai the Democrats are desperate They realize that their cause ia hopeless and they are resorting to every sort of means that is contemptible for the purpose of deceiving unsuspicious Republicans buttbe Republican committee is advised of what is in the enemys camp and will sco to it that they do not consummate their outrageous design General George H Roberts Republican candidate for AttorneyGeneral and Cap tain James addressed a laige audience bore this afternoon and theirarguments completely demolished tho claim of the Democratic parly that they are the friends of protection to the lead industry full rc monetization xot or protection to American labor and the utter inability of their candidate for Congress if elected to change the policy of the Democratic party which is aptly expressed by Mills in these words We nave made wool free and we will make lead The doubleheaded policy of the Demo cratic party on this issue is illustrated by the position of Major Maginnis of Montana who is now stumping Idaho posing as a protectionist who in nominating Mr Dixon in tho Montana Democratic Convention a few days ago used these words We are a great people of a great State and right here we find people writing and speaking for protection which is in opposition to every viiriil interest in the An enemy of protection in Montana and a friend of protection in Idaho A Terrific SmashUp on the Baltimore a Piled Thirty Feet lUg Railway Wrecks Ohio Sept About 1 oclock this morning a disastrous freight wreck occurred on the Baltimore Ohio near Pleasant Valley a short distance west of th is city Orders were tho east and westbound freights to puss at 323ack Hand but the operator at that place failed to deliver tho order to the eastbound train Later he saw his mistake and telegraphed tho operator hero that there would be a wreck very soon aud left his post He is a mere boy Both engines and a number of cars filled with merchandise vrere piled up in the greatest confusion Eight men wero killed John engineer William Freestone fireman irreed7iian Keller brakeman John Coch rane Ben Smart Glen Bash George M Stoneburner Tom McCrary and one un known Engineer John Romp had his leg cut oft and Fireman Wilson was badly hurt Those not employed on the train wero beating their way from Columbus The trains met on a sharp curve and the westbound train had just emerged from a piece of so that neither was checked in speed The engines crashed together with awful force and the freight cars to tne number of twentyfive or more wero piled up to a bight of twentyfive or thirty feet There was Jan other collision on Carsville Tlill on the Baltimore Ohio between an ex press and a passenger train The railway officials state that no one was hurt but both engines and express wero smashed Sept A freight train on the Pittsburg Western leaped the trestle at Sheppervillo this morning killing Fireman Elder and Schreeken gost and fatally injuring Engineer Wood Sept A special freight on the Northern Pacitic from Port land ran into the rear of Pacific mail No 2 today at this place and two men riding on the freight Jacob Johnson and C D tauborg were inail train was standing on the main track when the freight came around a curve and crashed nto it The engineer and fireman of the freight jumped and were net injured The men killed were riding on a flat car on the rear of the freight The rear sleeper was badly A FIERCE CONFLAGRATION PITTSBURGH GREEDY Seven Rich Pawnbrokers Arrested Tor Receiving Stolen Property PiTTsmiRG Sept Dispatch Francisco Chrnniclo Grant Geigor uamo up in court yesterday charged with stealing Judge White seized the opportunity to bitterly denounce thu pawnbrokers of this city Several of them were up ns witnesses in the ease and tho court severally arraigned them for ing from S3 to on overcoats valued at least from to The judge abruptlr declared tbo pawnbrokers must havo known tho goods were stolen said they should all be indicted for receiving stolen goods Today the Hebrew Society here was greatly agitated by tho arrest of seven of tho richest pawnbrokers of tho city all charged with receiving stolen goods and all supposed to bo in some way connected with tho Geigor case although Inspector Mc Aleese of tho Police Department says he has been working up tho eases for some time Thoy wero each admitted to S1000 bail and Inspector McAleese says they will be hoard Monday before tho grand jury Very Conflicting NEAY Sept San Antonio special says Mexican gentlemen just from Mexico deny the story of attempted ofPresident Diasc on the night of tho 15th Thoy say there was nothing in it beyond the discharge of firearms by a fowdrunken soldiers who had All the same railway men who arrived today say tho thirtyfive conspirators twelve have been arrested and are now confined in tho mili tary prison A DRILLING CONTEST A Colorado Champion Breaks the Montana Miners BUTTS Sept to greatest rockdrilling con est that over took place in Montana war icid this afternoon at tho race It vas between John Ahearn of Leadvllle ihampion of Colorado and Tom Page cham pion of Montana for a side and receipts and was won by the Colorado hampion by sevensixteenths of an inch Vhearn having sent the steel into tho rock inches to Pages 14 Miko turned for Ahearn and Tom for age Jerry Mullen acted as final he rock hole breast high wasdrilled bo ill one thousand people witnessed tbo lontest and several thousand dollars hanged hands on the result So confident if winning was the Montana man that he placed a SiiOO mortgage on his dwelling ouse to make the match His many co aborers in the worn equally san uine and their losses run np to the thou ands Page lost twentyfour blows owing o his drill SBtOSHONB COUKTiT SAFE The the Cold Weather in the struck this section yesterday ItJs alniug no bu t should It clear off a unprecedented for September si preparing the object 6t it fcb French authority Republicans Will Elect Entire Sept 2S to A careful canvass places Sho shone county with a handsome Republican majority for both State and county tickets That party will elect the full legislative ticket The imported Democratic speakers find it hard work talking to the miners many of whom have Democrats but propose to air party allegiance ibhisyear and ypte the Republican ticket The fact that the Dembcrats are trying to tbadesperation to which the party is driveh with i defeat imminent Last night a people attend a aressed greeted by camioii ery are eloaeiiln works and va brAss Thcyhad crowded The get of speeches Wberi such favorites as rt votes wKiiethere aiQhalf v as uore Chicago Packing House Damaged to the Extent of CITIOAGO Sept 28 The AngloArnericjm Packing Companys establishment at tho was damaged by lire early this iiorning to the extent of The firft vas one of the worst the department ever had to deal with The alarm was turned in usc before 2 oclock wbftn flames worn seen n tlie packing room When the first ungines itrived the room was a mass of JJames Water had on the greasesoaked floors and the fire soon reached a room where thirtytwo tanks of lard were located They explodedone after another and the lard added1 fresh fuel to the flames The heat was so intense that the firemen were forcedto work ou the fire from a dis The flames spread to the cooling room where the carcases of nearly seven thousand hogs were stored They burned like oil Water seemed twenty engine companies at work made little headwajv and were summoned Two after the fire started the roof fell in and theilames seemed to spread more rap idly than The hundred streams of water poured on the fire seemed to have no effect Aboutthis time the flames reached a lot of saltpetre and the fumes from this stilled the overcoming several of them Marshals d alt efforts of their men to spread of the flames from the AngloAmerican plant Witbiii a short distance tKe establish hicnt other large packing houses and for a time ir was feared the flames would communicate to them The firemeusucceeded however In controlling it At Go clock this morning rit was seen to be to extinguish the burna tig porkand vwaterXwas thrown ou it to keep us much as possible out andit possibly will be a day or before it is entirely extin succeeded the Bother of the AtjgioAinerican serious The loss is en AN REIKKSSS DISCOVERY she Was Sold WIsen an Infant for Fifty Dollars YQHK Sept Dispatch an Frannisco Chrmrtda is prob blc that the strange history of Mre Edward yrrell of Yyukers would never have been discussed but for the fact that she mado recently to Surrogate Queens county praying for the removal of her guardian Mrs Sarah Mott of Far Rockaway whom she represented in her application to be her mother She is tho heir to a considerable estate and says that very recently she discovered that Mrs Mott was not her mother but that she had been sold o Mrs Mott Ity her parents named Curley of Peekskill when but 15 moaths old for She wisbes her real mother to have charge of the estate tirely insuraueel The company that several firjus here and elsewhere Parson Hiirlan Resigns YOIJK Sept Richard Karlan of the First Presbyterian Church and a 6f Supreme Court Justice Harlan surprised his congregation this morning by an nouncing that he had decided toreslgn the pastorate To a reporter said that ho did not care to discuss the reasojas which had led him to offer his While he was absent on a vacation an article was published reflecting his work but hisiuteution of asking to be re lieved of this his first charge that by several A New Schedule Wanted NEW YORK Sept resenting over men employed train service on the Eric system are now in this city for the purpose of confer ring with the officers and securing a new schedule The American Association TOLEDO Toledo 11 Athletics 9 Toledo 15 Athletics I ST LOTflft jk St Louis 2 Baltimore 1 Louis S Baltimore 1 COLUXflUt Colnmbus Rochester 2 Columbus 2 Rochester 2 Gnrae called at fifth innifig on ACOOHB of darkness s Louisville 3 Syracu e 10 Tho Western Association Sioux n oariBA St PaxTlir Su 7 j KAXSAS CM1 8 i   

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