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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING ALL OTHER DAILIES JI THE CITY COMBINED j THE MOST EXTEMSiVC I BEST ABYERTISIHft MEDIUM ROCKY MOUNTAIN RECtOJf VOL 257 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH OCTOBER 1 1890 PBICE THE MORMON 8AMBOOZLERS of the Work Done by femes Literary Bureau MORE RUBBISH CONCERNING POLYGAMY A OHULD TERRIBLY BURNED Absurd Speculations as to tho Effect of Declaration of Lead Ore Interests Secure Cabinet Notes LAKK Tnrnujnn BUREAU 517 Fourteenth Street WAHniNQTON D Sopt 30 1800 Tho Mormon literary bureau in In Its glory WHford Woodruffs letter has fur nished tho cuo and tho Eastern papers aro filled at tho usual column rates with interviews with Judge Carlton of Utah Goritlles young Liberals from Ogden tho usual serenelyInnocent and Impartial Jack Mormon statements about tho condi tion of tho Halo Is and their roadinows to obey tho laws each and all have boon regularly fiubnilttod to John T Calms and have pasoed musUjr The Now York Sun today has a long letter from Washington dealing with tho extraclH from which aro as follows With all allowance for posslWo drcpllolty in language or intent tho announcement reeoritly by WlKmd Woodruff as president of tho Church of LatterDay Saints is tho most Important that has come from Morjiionlsm during many years It Is a renunciation not only of tho practice of plural marriage but of tho teachable In the most explicit way This Mormon loader that Wo aro not teaching polygamy or plural rnarriugo nor permitting any person to enter Its Mo specially combats tho mont in the annual report Juat made Lo Secretary Noblo by tho Utah com mission that Fortyono male persons aro holiovocl to havo entered Into tho relations alnca tho Juno rr In and admitting tho report that one oaso occur rod of a marrago In a nocalled Endowment house tho last days that on learning of tho report ho had tho house taken down Inasmuch as ho says boon enacted by Congress forbidding plural marriages which laws harf boon pronounced Constitutional by the court of last resort I do hereby declare my intention to submit to thoso laws arid use till Influence with tho members of tho church over which I prftaldo to havo thorn The Deadly Coal Oil Can Is Used at Payson PAYSON Sept to children burned to woro the Ktartllng words which set tho town in commotion this afternoon as they wore passed from mouth to mouth An investi gation found that only ono had been burned and she nob fatally but torribly Tho sad occuronco happened at Wlllard Forrs resi donee Louise Davis of Provo ten years old a sister of Mrs Forr loft alone dinner for some reason undertook to rovive tho fire in tho cooking stove turning on a coal oil can containing nearly a gallon Tho fire not being out as soon as tho oil was poured on tho embers it caught firo and in stantly exploded the can in a thousand pieces and setting tho child and Loulsoon ilre Louise ran out of tho door and rolled over on tho lawn her skirts all aflamo Jumping up she ran to a neighbors ex claiming Tho houso Is on Tho woman wrapped her In a quilt and a hired man wont over to thfi house and fought the flames saving tho house The girl waa terribly burned about tho logs across the small of tho back and loft forearm and hand No blamo Is attached to anyone BY HOW THOUSAND The Idaho Contest Simply a Ques tion of Majorities MIZNFR REPUBLICANS SERENELY CONFIDENT With the Setting of ToDays Sun Another Fair State Will Have Joined the Republican Pro Have Small Expectations AN APPEAL FOR JRELAND AN AMUISICAN KBLIKF SOCIETY OUGAISIZJESD IS Honorary Jind the iVow York Sun and Clothing Wanted Wo oiuiriot suppose that aftor such an o Hid at utterance polygamy can long on duro doclaration is hypocritical the followers will bo disgusted with their leaders If sincere It pronounces the doom of polygamy nlhco at tho General Confer ence already spoken ot Taylor and Cannon mitioimood that thoro woro only po lygamies in a total population of week tho autumn conference ot tho Church will bo hold and probably a tloflnlta saiicticvi will bo given to thorecent procla mation Should it bo rcpubllshod which Is qulto out of rango of belief thoro would bo a rent In the Mormon establishment Tho great majority of Mormons tjmy bo witling to glvo up a duo trine which they do not personally put In practice and which caused them to bo looked upon ns out casts when no longor Isolated but brought Into contact with tho varied Industries and tho Union they ilnd polygamy their only obstaclo to a uoblo career iu tho sisterhood of States It President WllTord Woodruff would only In his oharaetor of prophet and revo lator obtain and promulgate a new revela tion that tho polygamle dispensation Is ondod ho would coxnploto tho work began by hht LTSAD OUKS VICTORY Tho TarHT bill is passed and tho load oro interests soouro schedule pro viding for a duty of 1 oonts upon load ores goos into oiloct on October fith Tuorft has boon no clanger of any changes in this schedule sltico tho bill was discussed In tho Senate and all reports of clangor to tho puragraph slnoo havo boon groundless The revolt of tho three Western Senators ugainst tho bill would have boon Increased simply as a protest of tho Wost In expression of an opinion that Western intorosts had not re ceived full consideration if the load bill had not stood In tho Senator Paddock who was fighting for the beeb sugar take tho stump in Nebraska for ticket and tho tariff bill fooling having made his procost ho has done his duty us ho saw it Governor Caleb West starts tomorrow morning for Salt Laku A CABINET MEETING WASHINOTON Sept Cabinet mot today for tho first tlmo In many weeks and considered Congressional matters awaiting executive notion All tho members woro present copt and NOMINATIONS The President sent to tho Senate the fol nominations Goorgo E HiUeliolIor Now York Consul Genoral to Portugal United Stotos Motcalf Maine to Bermuda Malmrosf YOUK Sopt Sun tomorrow will publish uu appeal to the people of America from the American committee for relief of tbo famine In Ireland It says tho noint of actual Buffering from hunger is not yct reached but tho clays of starvation unions help nro not far off In the last groat famine In 187870 Parnoll DaviU and others who voiced the countrys appeal for food pledged themselves never again to appear as supplicants before the world on behalf of starving Ireland so no appeal has boon sent out and probably nono wcmld inrno from that sourco until the situation became desperate A movement Is on foot among wellknown men not connected with any Irish societies or political bodies to bring tho attention or America to tho ap palling calamity which now threatens Ire land hfiforo famine has claimed any victims It luis boon decided to under the name American Committee for the lioliof of Fiunlrieln Tb Is proposed to make its work cover both North and South America Tho personnol of the American committee contains tlio following narnos Chairman Gonoral Tamos Grant Wilson honorary chairmen lion Rutherford B Hayes Hun Grovor Cleveland vicechairmen Jamoa Rodpath Colonel Elliott F Shopard James Phillips treasurer Now York Sun secretary Dudley Vlnton Chaunooy M Depew has accepted tho chair riansblp of tho subcnmmlLtoo of trans portation Tho committee appeals for 1m uedlato contributions of money provisions uul cloth Ing BOISE CITV Sept to pcneral outlook for tho Republican cause Is extremely gratifying Tho whole State ticket will be elected un less unheard of complications arise wmor row Loading Republicans express them selves vory confidently tonight Tele grams received at the headquarters State Committee from various sections of tho Stato aro very encouraging The re turns now in from various precincts as re poitcd by the preclncO committees all over the State show a majority of 2000 Governor Shoups majority will roach on a conservative estimate Others more sanguine predict 3500 Sweet is immensely popular in south Idaho If north Idaho eornos up to expectations bo will go in by 2f00 at least Willoy for LieutonatitGovornor will carry tho full party strength in south Idaho while in Idaho Perec and other counties north lhe Indications aro that he will re ceive heavy majorities CJThc light 011 Frank OofTln for State Treasurer will cut a sorry figure in the State Eastmans Influence will not extend far from Boiso City and oven here ho will bo checkmated by theenthusiastic support of the Democrats who think the brotherly Interest of Eastman in their candidate savors strongly of tho bank of which East man is a heavy owner While Cofllu may run behind a trifle In this precinct ho will more than make it u in tho county There is little activity among crats They soeni to have given up th State What activity there Is is among th candidates for county oflicos Some fixSecretary Bayard Talks About the Butrun din Case WILMINGTON Scot Francisco Chrmridc ExSecretary of State Thomas F liuyavd was interviewed1 ut length today on the Barrundia matter and ia the course of his remarks said I dont wish to bo placed in the light of assuming the a critic or a censor of Minister Further than that the officialstatement of the cir cumstances attending the killing of General Barrundia have not boon madu public and the facts upon which to base a precise opinion are not at present available If the circumstances of tho affair are correct us reported it would me that the gravest question Minister Mizner will have to meet will be what authority did lie have to Interfere at all or lend his official co operation to tho arresii ou shipboardand the removal therefrom of General Burrundia What right did Minister Mizner have in the matter at all General Barrundia not being an American citizen I cannot see what control Minister Mizner could rightfully exorcise over Tho Secretary denied that any thing similar in this taso to that of over whom there wits some trouble during his administration TrU3 ACAlULCO AJIRIVISS AN FRANCISCO Sopt Pacific mail Aca uleo arrived toclay Pitts re fused to speak of tho Barrundia allair fur iher than to say that the published reports a tho main wore and that ho had prepared a report which would be forwarded the main oITice at New York TARIFFIS REVISED Three Signatures Measure a Law CARLISLES LONGEXPECTED SPEECH He Declares the Bill Is Unconstitu tional and Altogether Republican Senators Vote Against Quiet Day in the House near the Presidio military lands located reservation The bill wsis passed for the appointment of an additional Justice of tho Supreme Court of Arizona On motion of McMinley a concurrent reso lution was agreed to in directing the clerk of the House to number consecutively tho paragraphs of tho enrolled Tariff bill The Speaker laid before the House tho bill to define and regulate the jurisdiction of United States Courts Referred to the Judiciary Tho the for a conference on tho bill to administration of justice iu tho United States Army was granted Adjourned EVENTS IR FOREI6R LANDS The Irish Conspirators Appeal to tfie High Court of Justice THE SILVER SPECULATORS o thorn hopo to squeeze in Tho Legislutiv N1SGKOES SHOULD NOT VOTE Tho Mississippi mis Want the Fif teenth Amendment Repealed JACKSON Sopt the constl tutionul convention today the committee to which was roferrod tho subject of memorializing Congress on tlio ropoai of the Fifteenth a long sot of resolutions They set forth that tho will to ami nogro races though friendly and homogeneous for all business and indus trial purposes are widely to by raco Instinct and prejudices hi all political and social matters and thoro IA no wollfonndod hopo of a ohangu With such condition thoro will ever ho conflicts of greater or loss Concerning tho control of tho government of tho states iu whicl tho numliwH aro approximately equal such a condition of Insecurity Is not only a groat political mid social ovil but also groittly hum pars Industrial developments Inas much us tho whito people only are capable of conducting ami maintaining the govern ment of sued Sfctitos thenegro raoo evon if its people were educated being wholly unequal to such a great responsibility Therefore it Is the deliberate judgment of tho people of Mississippi that the only effectual remedy lies in a repeal of tho Fifteenth amendment whereby such re strictions and limitation may bo put upon negro suffrage by tho several States as may bo nooeasury and proper for tho main tainonoo of good and stable government therein and Congress is asIcod to submit tho proposition to tho States the various counties Is thought bo bo Republican It is thought by some that tlio removal o United States Marshal Wilson by the nomf nation of Richardson his successor wlj make some difference usto the legislative ticket but It will out no figure A clisjmfcc received hero tonight stated that Wilsor has worked viciously to defeat the legisla tive ticket in LJJiHffriam county Duboiss county but that Wilsons opposition only helps the ticket JIia influence hero if he should attempt through his deputies to de feat tlio ticket will amount to Republicans all over tho State should stand solidly by the legislative ticket While tho Hawley Wilson Reed combination governs In tho Mormon counties Dubols is there also and no Mormons will bo allowed to vote The Democrats cannot count on more than from seven to ten members of tho Legislature A DARK CONTINENT HORROR HE OUGHT TO HANG A Rejected Suitor Brutally Murders a Younfj Girl ST AUGUSTINE Sept city is terribly excited over an awful tragedy which occurred hero today Alexander Oumpbeli suitor called at tho house of Miss Mamie Joseph of a prominent family and whenhoadyanced to moot hor drew a revolver The phi divining hisjpur poso ran out of tholmuso screaming while her mother and tho servants tried to restrain Their efforts were ineffectual however and ho followed tho girl across tho street firing as ho ran iuiliotlng a slight wound Mamio ran into Dr Shrines yard and fell down As she was trying to arise Campbell fired sending bullet through her heart while the girls mother and servants wore trying restrain him Cam boll has boon jailed Ho says ho de termined to kill thegirl when she rejected him Ho expects to hang and is indifferent Thoro way a lynching Nino oBuried OmCAQO tonight ia the occupied by sota at Derla Spain S Stovuns Iostmastor Aberdeen Aashington THK REPORT DENIED General Spaulding Assistant Secretary of the Treasury says thoro isno truth in reports emanating from Port Washington that tho revenuecutter WolI oott has orders to proceed to Bohriug Sea 1 to soizo sealing said the Wolj cott had not boon ordered to Bohring Sea or iinywhoro else building at 171 Canal street several ruanufaoturing flrms gavothe de partment much trouble to subdue and caused tho ipss of a quarter of a million o At tho thoilro tho wall of the build ing foil out burying nine members of Engine Company No 17 Thework of rescue be gan instantly and all wore soon out They burned aud bruised butmir A Skeleton Hand Clutching a Frag ment of a Newspaper PROVIDKNCU Sept Dis Francisco Chronicle Sorjes During tho visit of Major Reginald E Tracy of tho Capo MountedRifle Volunteers Cape of Good Hopo to Mrs H Byron Porter of Sheldon street this city thoro was told a story which reads like fiction The central feature of tho tale Is a portion of a Boston newspaper which was found In tho ficshless hand of a skeleton in tho heart of tho wilds of the dark continent While traveling across tho country fully ono thousand miles Major Tracy with a party of natives were attacked by a largo body of savages and nearly all ofhis followers were slaughtered He and the other survivors were taken to the enemys camp and kept without food six days The captives one by one wore brained cut up and cooked by the savages to satisfy tho hungorof brother cap tives Seeing that tho Major would rather starve than eat human flesh his captors provided him with proved not altogether wus taken farther into the interior and brought before tho chief who ordered one of his ears to bo cut off which was thrown to a dog lying at the chieftains feet the animal devouring the piece of flesh with groat relish After a week of conflneirieni the Major was appointed water carrier and while making a trip to the stream1 across tho skeleton of a human being in a dense wood clutching afragment of a Boston newspaper Its presence in that region re mained a great mystery until after the Major had escaped when he learned that a party of whites several years before had gone on an exploring expedition and had never returned The Recent Heavy DecJihe Nips Wall Street Operators NEW San Francisco Chronicle tion reached Wall street yesterday that the Government of San Salvador has imposed an export duty of ton per cent on the shipment of silver Thoro arc about ounces of silver held on speculative account in Now York The trust companies now charge two conts per day per 3000 ounces for stor age and Issuecertificates for 1000 ounces each Settlements of differences as tho market value of silver made through the Western NationalBatik Pre vious to July Lrlh the storage charge was only one cent a day and there are many thousand ounces of silver still hold at that rato on old contracts Tho production of silverinthis country this year will be about fifty million ounces Tho drop in tho price of silver lias boon very marked recently The decline yesterday as compared with prices was 1 cents makinga 3 cents In a week The lossof value on the eight million ounces hold in New York far speculative purposes sinco Saturdays clos ing has been arid within a week The highest pricepaidfor thissilvor held for speculation was about It was bought at quotations The hfghcsfc was on August and thj cents was in last March 1 WASHINGTON Sept the Senate the Douse bill to promote tho administration of justice in the army was passed with a verbal amendment A resolution to continue tho select Com mittee on Irrigation and Reclamation of Arid Lands during the present Congress was agreed to The deficiency bill for for compensation of members was passed A motion to reconsider by Mr Morgan was entered conference report on tho Tariff bil was then taken up and Carlisle addresse the Senate in onnosition to the bill He as sorted that the bill as it now stood except sugar and molasses removed from th list and placed on the dutiable lis THE PRISON CONGRESS R B Hayes Elected President for the EnsuingYear CINCINNATI Sept thoNational Prison todriy an extended dis cussion followed tho road ing of tho report from tho standing committee on discharged prisoners Tue position taken bv report is that no direct nid should bo given to dis charged prisoners by State agents Tho penal system of tho country ought to bo so planned and executed that a prisoner could leave tho prison wall fret to earn an honest living if he hud inclination to do so and a place had boon found for him A CHEW OF PEABL FISHERS Concessions to Foreigners in Japan Arouse Jews to Be Sent to German Socialists BocScincns Congress Sept interest in conspiracy cases was divided today be tween the High Court of Justice hero and Magistrates Court at Tippcrary j plication this morning was before ii froo Frederick Dead eriek Billings exprosidcnt of the Northern Eailroad died this evening His Almfeivc Attack Causes a Womansi Death taw YORK Sept Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Series a young woman of an tremely nervous temperament died today at her home in Jersey City at acuto mania caused by an abusive attack on her in a ocal paper and tho gross Insults of thepro prietor when she called to ask for a retrac Miss Graham was a sister of Captain obii Graham who attempted toarrest a epcatur named Tood and was set upon by overal Dtimooratic political heelers Miss jraham saw tlio assault and was a witness the court Tho ring otgan attacked her 5 roth or aud she called on the proprietor to ave the wrong righted She never recov red from the agitation and acute mania ovelopcd A few days ago she began to icnd apparently and wont out for a short alk with hersister The walk unfortu nately led them past the office of tlio paper and the observing hysterical She was removed to and became a maniac aiid died more than it took from the dutiable list am placed on the free list Ho also asserted that the bill would reduce the revenue and increase taxation Unless all his caloula tions wore at fault tho average rato of undor the Conference bill and trativc bill on dutiable articleswould bo 00 instead of 45 per cent tho ex isting law went on to give figures as to the increased taxation undor tho Conference bill ti order to compensate for the enorm ous increase of taxation tie tax of two cents a pound amounting to was to be taken ofT of tobacco The removal of that tax would relieve no man and be himiflcial to nobody except the manufactureis and retailors of tobacco Coming to tho question of a bounty on sugar he saidit would amount on a basis of the present production to between sovcn millionsa year This was the irst time in the history of the country that i was proposed to pay a bounty to domestic produce but no parr of tho bounty he tis ort9d would be paid to the grower of beet or sorghum or cane Everyx dollar of it would go to the sugar manufacturer Tho producer would not receive a higher price Tor his produce nor would the consumer receive any benefit from tho bounty for bountypaid sugar won Id sell in tho markets at tho same price precisely as dutypaid retined sugar coming from other countries had invariably hold that no State Legislature could authorizea county or a municipality to impose taxes for tho purpose of encouraging manufacturers or any other industry If tho States could not do ir with unlimited powers of taxing how Carlisle asked could tho General Government do it Referring1 to the reciprocityamendment ho said it was a proposition to confide to tho judgment or capriceofthe also a determination not rncrplyof certain facts deflned in the law but of the results aud ef fects of those facts and circumstances The amendment was not reciprocity It was re taliation pure and simple Tho proposi7 tion retaliated onthe people of the United States by a duty of ten cents a pound on tea throe cents a pound on colTco and from thirtyfive to fiftynine per cent on sugar unless Chiira Japan Brazil and Spain should do certain things over which the consumers intho United States had no control The amendment was a mere polit Tho officers for ensuing year ire i u I Judge Honiiosof the High Court for a writ to prohibit the Tiupeniry magistrates from proceeding with Uu hearing of arguments on the ground of bias Tho arguments aro likely to bo of groat length At Tipperary tho reading of extracts from the speeches of was con tinued hy the prosecution to prove that ten ants haI incited by them not to pay rent Judge riolmes postponed his decision on Hoaloys application President R R Hnyes Fremont Ohio Sec retary John L AUeghnny Pomt Among the honorary vice presidents is General John MeComb of California WHY PASTOR HARLAN RESIGNED HE CHOSE HIS WIFE FROM OUTSIDE JXOCK The Fifth Arciiue Sistcrn Resented Snolx Conduct and Mudo miserable for Romantic Story A Colliery Explosion SHAMOKIN September ex plosion of gus occurred at the Sterling col liery owned by the Philadelphia Reading Coal Company at noon Edward Purlcin John Driscoll Philip Shull John OGara Thomas Brenuan and three unknown men very sseriously burned and ten others severely injured It is thought that all tho men injured havo been found1 The mine was badly damaged Work will have to be suspended ponding repairs Murdered His Sister EIOMAS TOPULATIOX N The Census Bureau announced tho popu lation of the Territory of Oklahoma at BY TITK The President has approved among the Elver and Harbor bill and tho Joint resolution for the purchase of nickel oro for the navy Mining Engineers Meet KRW Sopt 30 Tho mooting of the American Institute of Mining Engineers associated with the members of the Congress of Iron und Sfool Alanufacturers now ylgJtlng the United States was sparsely attended Very few of tho foreign visitors were TTwo Oklahoma Sepfc 30 Dodge Don ies It Sept 30 General Manage Doclgo of tho K1o Grande Western denie emphatlijiilly that the Atohlsbn linsan op tlon on tho rond and say that no1 such pro position has been entertained Tho Denve liio Grunde people are not alarmed ove tho current runiorand sa3rs tbatiif there should bo H chahgo in the nianagiement o Rio Grande iuhuical to their iotorosts they would parallel it trom Grand Junetiouto Salt LaUo Prom tbo Mexican Capital CITY soninlaw of Barrundfa has arrived licre and is under Salvadoriiim bhvoy A partv0f Yaqufeludiaus attacked a train a few davs ago one toamstcr overtook thorp yesterday aucl the Strain recaptured iTwo sokllera were wounded and escupod uucltholr Ail O Nichols biorniag shot his sister Cun ningham of Reading fired at his nephew Fred A and at Walter TJyman aud then fired two shots into his own head Cunningham was shot the hand and Lead from beliind There is littlehope of recovery Her assailant will die Financial matters caused A Clothing Failure Lewinberg dealers and manufacttirers of clothing as signed Liabilitios N The creditors are mostly large wholesale houses of Bos ton New York anS The of Train Wreckers Sept J colpnlal fast expreis from Halifax to troa Wa an i dtp a pile of ti es placed on tho jsorae K Iscrean ts and i was A Dangerous Tjcisure Class The Political Quarterly iu itsre view of Booths East London calls atten tion to tho great1 progress inado of late in tho study of the exact facts of social life and finds large significance intho figures presented by Mi Booth reformer indosd as wellasto tbo sociologists the work clone by and his associates must be of mnneiiso value Briefly the task accomplished consisted In the classifying of a population of people living in iUOO streets of East London Without going into all the details of the re sults one may gather enough fromthe tab ulated figures to agree with that the hordes of barbarians of wbomwe have issuing slunjs wil ono day overwhelm modern not There aro barbarians but they aro a handful a small and disgrace but not a is the Mig urcs which show that or percent of the whole belong to class of occasional laborers semicriminals Indeed per cent of the population of East London has anincome ranging from week Among the remainder the and the very thereis undoubtedly discomfort especially in seasons vhehSvork is dull that would go far to justify much that has been written about the squalor of the East End Fortunately the outlook however is by gloomy as it has sometimesbeen thought to be Yet this one those classified by Mr Booth the counterpart to which is found in all large cities renders the work of the philanthropist doubly difficult Tliis group hasbeen called lelsuroVclitss among the poor and from those nbn workers that thecriminiils and semi crimiuals are laVgely rRcruited this group are the men and boys who have learned no trade who will accept no regular work ooeasiotuil earn ings wlthabundant leisure for lounging inkitchens barrbbms or on street corners to daily labor with little spare time except for There are among places as they may haVe the chanco of occasional shop or V Eyeryjpnetf arailiar Avith the ly in iondori American metindividuals individuals to their own best interests a to appease as possible an indignant public sentiment and to chock for the time being the rising cloud of opposition to the extremepolicy of protection Allison criticized several of Carlisles statements and denied their accuracy Ho dilVcred from Carlisle absolutely as to tho ollcct of the bill and gave as his belief that it would reduce the revenues to an amount between forty arid fortyfive million dollars Coming down to tho sugar question he said he had conversed with tho planters of Louisiana who had come to Washington and there was not one of them who did not say proposed bounty would stimu late immensely the production of sugar in Louisiana and bo agreat boon to them But now the Senator from Louisiana Gib son charged the conferees with discriminat ing against that industry oven if il wero true that all thcvLouisiana sugar planters desired the bounty and denounced it and declared that it was unconstitutional They might rind a Congress that would take them at their word He believed tbc bill on the whole a fair bill to every section of the As a protective measure ho did not believe its general effect would be to operateharshly QJ one section of tho coun try as against another section He thought some of the too high and said so more than once on tho floor of the Seriate It should jf it proved benefi cial as he bplioved it would settle thoques tiou for many to come Gray spoke briefly and Aldrichclosed the debate The proceeded to vote on the conference report Paddock and Plumb Repub licans voted negative Following is Aldrich Evarts Pierce Allen Frye Pliitt Allison Hale Power Bhtir Huwloy Saudwrs Hoar Sawyer Casey Jngalls Sherman Chandler Jones Spoonur Ctillom Davis Stockbndge Mitchell Wilson Edmunds Moody NATS Danielj Gorman Gray Jfjimpton Harris NEW Francisco Ctinmicla Series Harlan astor of Fijst Presbyterian church the oldest and wealthiest Presby terian church in this city and nephew of the Justice of the Supreme Court has been forced to resign becausehe mnrriod the woman of his choice who was not of tho Every one who has boon at old St Pauls school at Concord with in tho past ten years will remember Augustus Swift Augustus had taken a position Hs u private tutor in school for the lovo of teaching His ummors wore spent abroni where ho hud boon educated lie was a good liver and lis suite of rooms in the college building wero furnished in the most luxurious man icr In 18S3 while dining he was unlucky enough to swallow a bit of oyster shell vhich lodged in bis intestines To relieve pain ho took opium ami il was said that or a time ho became a victim to the habit While being treated for his disorder ho met one day a beautiful American girl Ho vas a student of physical science and In tho lovel called Cupid M said to bo his wn love story he describes this meeting is ho of his life In the book oih parties wero immediately drawn to nch other Without tho formality of an introduction ho asked hor to be Ms wlfo Sheconscmtcd andafter a very short ac quaintance they were united Swilt died soon after leaving tho girl a widow It was this lady that Dr IJarlan married 1880 at her parents1 homo Ju Gen eva His congregation felt hurt thai be had chosen away from them More than ono eligible young woman who Jiad been interested Ju church work suddenly lostsomo ofhcr ambition When the con gregation road tho description of their pas tors wedding inthe papers a great deal of indignation expressed Dr llarian was married hi Trinity Epls copal church Geneva by an Episcopal juin isLer Ono of the attendants at the wed ding was Rev Father Tom Brown the pastor of tho ritualistic Churchof St Mary tho Virgin hi this There was much alarm at thu First Presbyterian churchon Fifth Avenue a lew of the elders wero perturbed in spirit On returning with his young wife his life was made so miserable that rfarlsui bad to resign Tho women slighted his wife who is beautiful and very religious and tho men joined with their wives and daughters The loekmen8 LONDON Sept 30 The dockmens con gross opened voday Thomas Mann who pivsidtKl spoko on what tho union had ob Luinod for members Tlio congress he said had to consider a further extension ot the movement in tlio shapo of a scheme to take over all the dock work In London on a coopeniMve hsssis and other questions Mann maintained sHoncc on tho question or LO unload voasols arriving from Australia loaded by nonunion mon Indignant Japanese YOKOHAMA Sopt At a public meeting hchl here a nnniiior of Japaticso speakers denounced tho Government for according tho right of trial by Judges other than native Judges Tins sentiments of too speakers woro applauded by their hearers and threats wero made to kill tho oxConsul of Groat Hritain for the part ho has taken in advocating tho granting of privileges to foreigners Popular oxclte runs high JCAVS to Be Sent to Siberia LONDON Sopt The St Petersburg correspondent of the Dnilij TclcftmpJi says The Russian Minister nf the Interior is pre paring i law iho removal to Si beria without delay of all foreigners who havo boon banished from their own coun tries and whose governments refuse niiie tJieni This Jaw is dcclared against Jews who come to Russia Crispi KeptidKites an Sept Fracassa leiiies the auihQntjolty of tho interview purport ing to havo boon had with Crispi Italian Prime Minister published by the Fioaro of Paris A representativeof tho Capitaii FracassfT had an interview withCrispi and thatthe Prime Minister denied that the had spoken with any representative of Figaro Iron Workers LONDON Sept The Scotch iron mastiirs refused to accede to thu terms de manded by tho man The Cumberland iron have promised to support tho iron workers who are now on a strike laSept land on condition that theLitter insist upon an nighthour shift Tim all hope of a settlement of tho trouble Has stiffened the pig iron market A Ijoiiff Deadlock Broken MTSMrnrs Sept Congress ional deadlock was broken this evening by the nomination of Colonel Joslali Patterson on tho 51st ballot Cuban Murderers ISxecnted HAVANA Sopt brothers and Carmelo Diaz were executed this morn ing for a particularly revolting crime They attacked a Turkish woman and subjected hor to gross indignities Her husband sought to avcngo the wife but was killed by the brothers who also murdered tho and mutllatedthe bodies in a horrible man ner Oysters Tho departure of tho months whoso names have no r in them and the consequent reappearance of the oyster In the market may well direct attention to the widespread and growing importance of this delicious bivalve considered as a food staple This in Roman times was a luxury attainable only by the rich epi cure and wuieh to this day iu Italy is pro duced only in small quantities has become Pearl Fishers Massacred LONDON Sept from New Guinea state that Iledley ot Hartlepool owner of the cutter and tlio engaged in fishing for pearls off NeW Guinea wore massacred by natives tho cutter looted aud scuttled Barbour Kliickburn Blddgett CarJisie Cockrell Coke Colquitt v Kenna Plumb Pugh Rausome Reagan VoorhecE badly onewas ahce and state of are largely inherent1 muse with as easily thropy1 devotes j chiefly to wiB tions to i nd ustri al boy s arid jji r Is Voliibsl Wilson The ollowJng pairs wero announced Teller Brown Far well and Paine Faulkner Merril and Vance Davis and Gibson Hiscockanc Tones Biggins and McPhcrsoa Squire and George Turpie and Washbiirn Ycstaind Stanford In adgition Call arid Eustis witboPettigrew and Pad dock who voted inthe negative S6 the conferencie report was agreed to andnow needs only the sign a of the presiding officers ofboth housesanH the the House concurrent resolution to cbr the the Tariff bill was was agreed to on r tbeoabie the Postmaster test jit suaail towns and villages tliepractfcabilJty the to set apart l r u tion ihevHoiiise in the United States and is tending to be come in England and France a recognized staple of general cousumptiou Its incom parable digestibility when eaten raw and its susceptibility of prolonged preservation when steamed and packed in airtight cans have rendered tho cultivation of the shellfish a subject of careful study on the partof economist and the legislator Tho processes of culture are iusorne countries defined by statute and It is a noteworthy face tint in England the law forbiddingtke removal of oysters from their beds during May June July and August which was repealed in was reenacted ten years later andIs uow In force The statistics of the oyster are likely to surprise those unfamiliar with the part wbich it plays in the markef s of the world Ic is computed that of oysters both natives aud ihohe artifi cially bred annually takeu f io in the waters ot Great Britain is This product implies yearly consumption of forty per head of the population ButGreat Britain also imports oysters from the United States The value of th is trade which in 1SH was only had risen in 1SS3 now PO doubt much greater The outcome of the oyster fish eries of France which ranks next among European consumers is estimated at came Holland and Italy which howe can procure respecti vel y 21 and a year The Italians by the way only practice oyster culture the Bay of TarentuiM The Ostenu oyster is famous forits but the whole yield of Belgium is Avhldh eaa Jly disposed of a few Paris restaurants Oysters are particularly deac in St Peters because they be imported only being procurable from Russian waters ijpain and Portugal badly cffj obtainingcollectively only number of oysters annually gathered from in is about Of theie by far the greater product ofsystematic culture for the native beds havelong since beeri practically destroyed Scarcely more than cent bf4the Oysters eaten in Eurbpo pass beds into the Foreign Bullion BUKNOS AVIIES Sept 142J4 JMJJ cent AMSTBRDAM Sept price silver In the open market today declined from 00 to 68 guilders per kilo German Socialists Rejoice BERLIN Sept rejoic ing in Germany over the expiration of tho AntiSocialists law Meetings wore held in many points Several processions dispersed by the police Mauy exiles ara returning A Ministry Without Opinions Terra will it a distinctive feature of the new Cabinet that none of the members bo con7nittftd to any declared policy regarding the English A Hippodrorac PARIS Sept famous Bordeaux hippodrome Avas burned today Loss YESTERDAY RACES rr v Lltd United number ot thqsc niol lusksi annualljr takeiirffrom our is to a moreithan eighty and 4p per fl carritd child The Winners at Gravesend and Baseball1 Games Sept Jockey Clubs last day of the fairiiieeting All ages six wou Becker second Bradford third Time Handicap mile and a six won Kassoh second St James third Time llolly handicap for twoyearTolds six won Zcnobiasecond Russell third Time Brookwood for a won Prince Fonso second RiJey third Time Jiijle and Fellow won Golden Reel BallyHoo third j Mile and Long Shot second Foxmeade third Time All ages threequarters of a colt won third Time CiNCiSifATr Sept nnd upwards Pullman4 Tcnlike third V Twoyearolds five won Time Threeyearold and T VTVIII IAJ mttrxev AccotdlJngvfcothe tenliVcensusthis j

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