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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING ALL OTHER DAILIES TlfSr CITY COMBINED THE MOST EXTENSIVE BEST MEDIOI ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION TOE 3STO 257 AT TIPPERARY SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY MORNING OCTOBEKJ4 1890 PRICE FIVE CENTS g Scenes Witnessed at tiie Irish Nationalist Trial OKLAHOMA LOBBYISTS Two A GOVERNMENT SPYS ADMISSIONS The Proceedings Brought to an Abrupt McKm ley BUI and the Tratio Stanley at New Por Cabinet Oct hearing In tho caso OJJricn and other Xatlonal Jath on ihc chargo nf conspiracy was con Much vai occasioned in by tiiu ovldonco of one of witnesses a policoinari who trjitiUed that ho followed uf tin defenceless into thu of a church and to overhear was said by Thu testimony aroused MILindignation of Llio counsel defoiiKO and ho demanded to if the poual had returned wlun tlxi sanctity of tho confessional could he Invaded Tho courrrrjom focciunu a babol of crifjs arid the confusion was grunt that It vvsia to KU oa with proceedings Tho court was thurufuru dotslared adjourned fur half uri hour When Lho court reconvened tho pollcomaa was by Harrington who called tho witaohsa Thu LniLc called upim iihn to withdraw tho ox prussiou Harrington to do su and was urdcrtul to lunvc tho case uproar misuud OBrkn and Dillon coiiiinriiitinx finely tins manner which tho cusci was ooi i duo tod Finally another half hour adjournmoiit wiirf ordered During the adjounirnunt llurrintftuns tlcoidod to flufomt themselves When the wore returned IMl Jon line jiit bMpfim 10 address tho fJorich when chucis raiscil iir Harrington Tills HO uxasiKiiatod fcho that IHJ ordered fcho court cloared and luljouniiul abruptlyainid thu KroatuMt con fusion A body of police was massed outside of Lho court Tlioro was no rioting Hundred Arrncd Men Attend Che Oct excitement tovor the capital contest was Increased today After tho demonstration against Messrs Daniels Perry and last evening had subsided 3 K Mitchell City Attorney of Oklahoma City who chanced to bo in town sont this telegram to his friends at homo Your representatives worn mobbed on tho strcot today Send 100 arnibd Tho armed mou arrived this morning and wore among the first to socuro seats of vant ufjo in tho hall of tho lowur House Fully us many friends of tho Guthrio measure equally strongly armed also present Thoir presonct caused huonso foellntr and It would have taken hut the slightest outbreak to havo caused surloits trouble JJanioLs was too ill sudcrlng from excitement caused by the exciting of yesterday to As soon as the WUH called to order Representa tive Toriill Introduced a resolution calling attention to the prusoncu of armed moo in the Chamber declaring thoir presence un doslrablij and directing the to fjjoct all spcctalors newspaper moil uxcopUjfl The rosolutlon was voted down twenty to fifty probability of a repetition of yesterdays riotous demonstration it was Iccmod advLsabio to postpone till tomor row action on thu capital question Tho Speaker lius prepared a resolution which wHl bo Introduced tomorrow provid ing for recall of the bill from the Sonate When tills resolution is presented a lively timo is expected A RUMPUS IN VENEZUELA Annual Report of Ris the Governor THE MORMON1 QUESTION DISCUSSED The Edmunds Reappprtionment Bill and the Disiranchisement Bill of the Church on the Sub ject oiPolygamy DISCONTENT IN GUATEMALA TilK MJNISTJSB CJRKATiCS A UPIJOAK A Roxindiiry Trotiblo AVHh Groat Britain tho uX Aluuh ITrc Coltiujfu Uill THK JflxtcuHiv5 for Trouble nt tho GUM Works LONDON Oct of the Lon don Gas Company today declined toao eede to the demand made by the National Workers Union tlmf only union vDu empluyiid Mho stokers to sliIke storm has boon browing foetwonti fiompnny and men for and the number Insolved is six time larger than tho engaged In any of tho previous gas house Ntrikos Tho company Is making prep arations to eoruluet its business despite any action tho men tako Long ahods have boon erected within the works for living reis for nonunionists and hundreds of beds have been provided for their MHO The juiMiorltles WO have taken energetic meas ures to suppress any disorder Orders havo already boun HSiicd tliat 800 soldiers at Chatham ho In roadltiOHs to proceed at a inomontH notion to protect tho gas works and the men who refuse to join in the strike Kach fioldior lias been nerved with twenty rounds of ball cartridges Tiio sldkers declare thur tho reports that they intend to go on a strike to force the company to dispense with nonunion labor are unfounded Moreover they de clare that they made no demands upon directors but only suggested Mmt it would Jo an advantage to oueh side if only union labor was employed Despite the pacific utterances of tho men the troops at lium continue under arms This evening a deputation of gtxs men directors declared that they bore no enmity toward the union and would always give preference Co old hands without distinction j between union and nonunion men At a mass mooting of workmen a resolution was adopted expressing thanks to the Hrootors and loclaHnj that tlie men do not desire to strike The SlHfjaers Trial LoNnox Oel of Slavln and MeAulitTe charged with assaulting eixoh other ivnd committing a breach of tlio peace took placo today In Lambotb Police Court Tho counsel for tho Crown said if the contest between tlunn was declared un lawful tlio persons who arranged and abetted the fight would be prosecuted After hearing tno evidence tho Court re served a decision for a week CITV OF CATIACAS Venezuela Oct Francisco Ghronicl rovolationa have jus been imido by sinoral members of tho Gov ernmunt of Frusldont and as a result loud clamori aro being maclo on all sides fo tho rumoviU of Sofior Ciisafius tlio prtjsen of State for Iioroign Aflatrs o It Is stated that Sofior Casatias seoiiiff tho doploraljlo state in which tho boundary was between Great Brit ain and VeiHXuola respecting tho Britlsl of torriLuiy at the mouth of tin Orinoco river sun I unknown Lu tlio poopln a to Engljind in tlie pursuri Ur Iuiido A telegraph hero discovered thu fact of Dr Pulldos mis sion which was to ontur tinder Uotwuen the two countries and tho news tiiah Lho iJritish Govornmonthiul abso hituly to Dr Pulido auc ruturnod him his credentials TCxciioniont has run so hlgli here tliat trouble is anticipated The Crespo and Gijiioral lUanco olomonis have joined hand against President policy find the President is being urged to convene Con gross in extra session in Docornhor which is two months before tho time for the regular session A revolution is greatly feared and Mtcps uro being taken prevent any out break Hlanoo is fast regaining his lost prestige Tho President it is said has been asked to rornovo tho present Voncxtiola Minister to tho United States General Ntcanor Bolot Iuraia as that gontlotnan in a Spanish monthly paper ownud and published by him In New York lately published a map of wherein tlio disputed guano territory in given an belonging to Great Britain Tho President has It Is said so far consented to this atop that ho has sent mi mo of Dr Vlllavlconclo the present Consul of Iu New York to tho jionntinontcommittee of Congress for it ap proval us a suhfitltuto for A proclamation lias just boon isssuod by Prosldont 1alazlo in which ho says that he Intends to submit to an extra session of a bill for tho free and unlimited eolnago of silver in tho Republic Part of hill is based on tho Silver noasuro recently passed in the United States Cholera nt Aden LONTJOX Oct Is denied at Lloyds that cholora has appeared at Aden Not withstanding tho duulal isostab lishotl at tho Fronch and Algerian ports Forty Ituuxs were reportod iii Aleppo Wednesday twontywight of which provod Tho Inhabitants of tho arc leaving Jupt What Was Intended LONDON McKtnloy bill is likely to dcstroyctho Uirrnlnghum button tnukv All Now York orders have boon fancellod tho in most of tho button works aro put on short tirno A WYOMING ROMANCE TITE TRAGIC COW A LOVJELOKN PUNCiJflfiK Being Rojoctod by a Miss of 13 ITo Himself to a Brutal lu The Portuguese Cabinet LISION Oct new Cabinet Is Sefior Pnmior and Foreign AlVairs Count Uiberro Intorior Brandao Justice CiMvaHio Vinance Count San Jannario JMarine Ootienil Lotisa Dr Becago Public Works and Education Stanley at Ostentl BRUSSELS Oct and Mrs Honry M Stanley arrived at Ostcucl today and wore received by tho King A North Sea Gale a Oct A torriflo galo provalled In North Sea yesterday Five vessels foundered THE INDIAN MESSIAH He Predicts n of Mud for Xext Your RBKO Oct Tho Choctaw Com missinn will resume negotiations Saturday with the Choycnnos and Arapahpos for the sale of thoir lands Tho Indians at present take little interest In the matter most of them apparently bolug greatly excited over OTTEYTJXNE Oct to week ago today tho body of a cowboy James McKeo was found hanging to a tree near a ranch on mi o river Tho Coroner wus wired that it was a clear caso of suicide and considered an inquost wus brought In this evening and tho supposed selfdestruction of a daft range hand develops into a roman tic tale McKee was attached to an outfit on the Nebraska border lie fell violently in love with a girl of 13 traveling overland to Ore gon with her slater and brotherinlaw The child did not care for him but ho pressed liis suit ftnd followed tho movers Time after time was ho rejected by tho thought less miss but ho was only tho more enamored of her pretty faoo and shapely form On the Thursday af tornoou tho girls male protector told McKoo tho thing had gone far enough anil ordered him to break away Tho puuohor departed sore Next morning the blackbirds oycd askaneo tho trees strango fruit and sauolly chattered at tho lifeless IMcKoo left a typical cote to tlio girh Tho Interment was mado in s brutal fashion Not oven tho noose was taken froiu hi neck and his hat and boots went into tho grave with him Tbo sister of the juvenile heartbreaker told that sho herself was cause of a mans suicide before hor A MILL X Oct Mormonques tion is discussed by Governor Thomas of Utah in his annual report He asserts that the Mormon people are governed by priests and that in every political and business act tho Church is puc ilrst and tLo country afterward Tho population of tho Territory is esti mated at an increase of 55 per cent during the past ten years Tho Mormons recruited by immigration from Great Britain and tho Scandinavian countries The average number of foreignborn brought to tho Territory by tho Mormons during the past nlno years was about 1800 annually and this average has probably buen main tained the past year Tho Governor says political and official Mormondom deals in evasions and meaning less phrases words of double moaning hyp ocritical pretenses and false assertions its standing toward polygamy is delusive In the last degree It knows there has boon no change on the subjuct but seeks to convoy the impression that there has been Prom inent Church olHciais thu Governor slates have declared that the Church doot not now grant permits to enter polygamy and the nominal head of tho Church has announced that polygamous marriages do not now tako placrt Tho Governor adds however that when tho attention of tho hoar of tho Church was called to a notorious caso uncovered in Lho First District Court he disclaimed any knowledge oC it Admitting that those statements however are literally trno the Governor says it does not prove thatjtho Church has met iho pub lic scntlrnein of tho Nation as expressed in Its laws nor does it prove that tho Church is loyal to the law There is no reason to believe the assorts that any earthly power can exact from the Church any declaration opposed to polygamy Ho accounts tho hold which Mormonism has upon tho people by the tliat they are taught to keep aloof from Influences uut slrle of Iho Church Tho Governor recommends tho passage of the bill reporter in Lho Senate by Edmunds which authorizes tho Governor to appoint certain county ofllcors und providing for a Legislative roapportionment Ho states tliat il tliis bill becomes a Jaw It will place tho control of twentyfive counties in the hands of men loyal to tho Government Ho also recommends the passage of either tho Cullorn bill or tho Strublo bill No One Willing to Accept a Cabinet Position CITY OF MEXICO Oct Dis Sun Francisco Chronicle Uenegoechea the soninlaw of the late General Barrundia loaves for Washington Monday with good letters to present in the Barrundia case He says the greatest dis content reigns among the masses against Barillas and predicts war within four months A bull fighter named Quoscarcno has been expelled from Guatemala for shouting as has also a Ger man named IJeischmaun for making love to Barrundias daughter Sefior Sabrai oxSecretary of State Is still a prisoner in his own house which is care fully guarded Eleven prominent moii havo been called recently to cabinet positions b3 President Barillas but all refused News has beeu received from Guatemala that Sofior Diequox Minister here will soon re sign owing to discontent The sum of S4000 or in the biiggago of General Barmn dia has disappeared and is not accounted for Captain Pittss inventory of the bag gago of the General is still hold by the Pa cific Mail Steamship Company1 THE PRESIDENTIAL TOOR The Programme Arranged for Har risons Western Trip THE COMTE DE PARIS ARRIVES YESTERDAYS HEAVY SILVER PURCHASES An AntiLottery Circular The Public Survey Funds Appor tioned Postonice Department Wild West Prohibi Notes THEWRECKERS AT BOISE NOT EXACTLY ELATED OVER THE ELECT JO X They Will Continue tho Flfflit Against Mr Complete Returns from Cassia Precinct Itecurus Mil BE YOUNGS TRIUMPH Professor Goode Admits the collence of HisPlan CHICAGO Oct San Francisco Chronicle JSven iny Mail contains a long article on the California Commissioner Do Young It says Mr Do Young is a reputa tion as a hustler and theres uo doubt but what ho has the success of the exposition thoroughly at heart and is devoting a great deal of his valuable time to Worlds Fair ma MOTS to the neglect of his largo business in the West Ho does his work with such a Oct the returns come rolling In from various sections of the State with as surancesOf Republican victory the gang hero who bent their feeble energies to de feat Frank OofTln present a woebegone and tired appearance Therw can be little doubt that the defeat of Adas Republican ticket was duo largely to the same element that fought as In order to defeat him in this county they wore willing to trade air everjthinK else1 on the ticket It is well known that the Eastman Pride influence will be the most prominent fom in the Legislative lobby working against Dubois They already have made their brags that they will defeat him It is re ported in the city that Eastman has a five hundred dollar hot that Dubois will not go to the Senate lie no doubt counts on his extensive influence among the members of the Legislature based uponhis long record as a loyal Republican to defeat Dnbois Ho will be ready to buttonhole members as fast as they arrive and of course only a few will dare to resist the dictation the boss Duboiss friends are much alarmed Still they will make a fight They hate to give il up in way Unofficial returns are now in al counties except Idaho andJ Cassia Thes two are counted Republican at leaston tih legislative ticket Tho majority on th State ticket Is 2000 on a low estimate Willcy candidate ran ahead of his ticket all over the State giving the lie to the report that Dubois auc his friends wore intending to Willoy and elect Taylor Lieutenant Governor in order to keep Shoup from run ning forthe Senate Taylor was defeated ii his homo precinct while Boise th homo of Ben Wilson Democratic candidate for Governor gave a majority for Shoup The Republicans are sure offortyfour members of the Legislature out of fifty four Indications now are thatthey wil have one more Price in Alturas being iu doubt with the chances un his favor Tho Democrats concede the State the rush it seems incredible to the other majority will not bo so much as given here nF rlncel hnrl v h Vioiirrl nf hftrp rm Woods Knocks Man Out in the Third Round DEXTER to TRIB of camo 6ff this afternoon twenty miles from tho city and was won by the Colorado cbarapion The fight lasted just fourteen minutes Woods knocking out hisnian in the ommittoemen of tho classification body that ho can do it Ho scorns to think the whole matter must be ip in type for the early edition of iho says Martin Ryan of North Dakota This morning tho Classification Committee tlocted Mr Do Young chairman rhero was great interest in this meeting as Professor Goodo was to rueot tho com nittoo and give his opinion of tho Do Young classification Reporters and Commis sioners hung around tho main office of the Commission which adjoins tho meeting oom of the Classification Committee Chore socrnod to bo a feeling that there vould bo somo lively work in the The Professor arrived with a largo valise n his hand Mid passed into tho committee oorn That was tho last scon of him for wo hours When tho committee adjourned or lunch the members were seized upon by lie but they would not bo inter viewed There however au air of olution aud when De Young emerged a smile of triumph was observed on his face He Paid hf was rnoro than satisfied with the result It was learned tliat Professor Goode had to acknowledge that the Do Young classification was a most decided improve ment on his Ho tried to pick flaws in tho and HorticulturalDe partment but Mr Do Young was ready with explanations and won his support t If the socalled De Young classification is finally adoptedit will bo afterit has stood a great deal of export criticism Tho Classification Committee lias telegraphed forProfessor Blako of Harvard and ho will leave Boston on Friday Blako was tho author of the Centennial Exposition classi fication and they projibse to submit tho now document for his scalpel AN ABUSIVE PKEMIEB the stories told by one of thoir number third round HIn famous right hand upper r uvuj has been visiting tho Sioux Indians there ho hada talk with tho alleged who told Mm tho wollknown romance which ho has boon circulating among theIndians for some of a dolugc of mud which is coming next summer to overwhelm all whites and biAl Indians on tho top of which tlto good Indians will find newftucl fertile land The Iron and Steel members of tho Iron u ml Stool morn luglistctiod tothe concluding paper of tho sessiidn by E A Hndfield Tho1 remainder of the Iay was dfevotod to visits to various wcrfe clty to Edisons Llewollyn arid io ynribiiif points of The forPiilladelphia cut Avhose forco so many have felt put the Unknown to sloop Ho received its full force on the loft temple a oor nor and fell liko an ox When tinier was called the still lay prostrate and tthp tight was given to Woods Thofight was a groat disappointment to 200 sports each to see the mill The Unknown Is an old Union Pacific brake man recently frorn Montana who wpnjthobaitle jQcontly vanquished Kossler Twelve Hundred Miners Striked The MacDonald Has a Mighty Poor Opin ion oi the Americans HALIFAX N Got Dis San IJrancisoo Chronicle John A Sir John Thompson addressed a big gathering of the Conserva tive party here this afternoon This was the first speech in his fortysix years of poli tical life that the Premier has made here What have wo to he asked from joining that country with its foreign ignorance communism atheism and social ism In the passing of the McKiuley bill the Americans have taken their course WeSvill tako ours will seek markets at home and elsewhere in liou of He said nobody wanted annexation and inde pendence was A Fatal Mistake Oct Dis Francisco Chronicle greatly shocked last night at tho Charlie Mahon had been shot and killed by Harry his most intimate friend vno mistook him The twoboys were watching a burglarat the residence of E E Oal has been enteredrepeatedly in tlio ThVburglar appeared at window and screamed there ho who were sepa rated tho house both his he was thebur aud Both youngmeriaro 10 years old and of th6 best The State board of canvassers meet here on the 10th to canvas the votes of LEMHI COUNTY IWSXUIlNSi YEARNVILLK PEIECINCT Lota hi1 County Idaho via Red Rock Oct cial to 11 Wilson 8 Sweet 11 Mayhead 9 Willey 10 Taylor 0 Pinkham 10 Sohrwitf 0 Moody 10 Wickersham 9 Coffin 10 Regan erts 10 Johnson 0 Harroun 9 Kelly 9 Houston 10 Morgan 11 Sullivan well 0 Ensign 9 Weir 9 State 0 Whitowell 10 9 Hunt 11 Patrlo 5 Fifth DistrictStandrod 7 Reeves 12 Winters 7 Quarles IS Fort Lorahi 15 Wilson 12 Sweet 15 Mayhew 12 Willey 15 Tay lor 12 Pinkhara 15 Sherwin 12 Moody u Wickersham 14 Coffin 15 Regan 12 Roberts 15 Johnson 12 Harroun 15 Kelly J2 Houston 15 Morgan 14 Sulli van 14 Maxwell 12 Ensign 12 Weir 12 Fifth Reeves 17 11 Quarles 15 State 13 White well 13 15 Hunt 14 Patrie 0 Junction precinctShoup 27 Wilson 26 Sweet a2 Mayhew 22 Willey 32 Tay lor 22 Pinkham 32 Sherwin 22 Moody 32 Wlckorsham 22 OofHn 32Regan Roberts 32 Johnson 22 Harroun 32 Kelley 22 Houston 32 Morgan Sul livan 33 Maxwell 21 Ensign 22 Weir State 20 White well 34 RepresentativesPyatt 2S Suydam 32 Patrio 30 Hunt 23 Fifth 31 Winters 32 Quarles 22 THE Following are thecomplete returns from Cassia county on the State ticket Wilson 170 171 Mayhew 173 175 Taylor Secretary of 170 Sherwin 173 Wickersham v 155 Regan ISO Johnson Superintendent of 172 Kelley Mountain Homes Victory MOUNTAIN HOME Idaho Oct to from cincts in the coiinty show that Mountain Home carries county seat byninety niajcirityv Rocky here say not attempt bbstruetibn of its romoval to this town WASHINGTON Oct preliminary details of the Presidents Western trip aro arranged subject to slight changes Tho President leaves Washington on Monday morning for Cincinnati A short stop will be Tuesday morning aud he will then proceed to Vincennes Torre Haute and Dan ville then to Galesburg reaching there Wednesday morning to attend a reunion of his brigade and leave the same evening for OttumwLi Iowa where he will spend Thurs day at the exposition That night the President will bo taken to Topeka arriving in tho morning and remaining until the afternoon when ho will tako the train to Kansas City arriving two hours later Ho wili be the guest of his brother who is a resident of that city until evening when he will leave for St Louis to attend the an nual festival of tlie followers of tho Veiled Prophut Saturday That night he goes to Indianapolis to spend Sunday The next morning he will leave for Washington reaching hero Tuesday morning AN CIRCULAR Assistant PostmasterGeneral Tynor under direction of tho PostmasterGeneral has prepared for publication in the Postal Bulletin a circular letter to postmasters containing Instructions for their guidance in the treatment of lottery matter under the recent amilottery act Ic is very ex plicit and allows the postmasters to exam ine all unsealed matter but forbids tam pering with matter rOSlWhLCE DEPARTMENTCHANGES Messrs Whitfioldaud Bell today qualified as first and second assistant goneral respectively These appointments aro strictly in the lino of civil service re form With these changes tho Postmaster General contemplates a reorganization of certain offices in tho Department Offices which aro in the same general line will be placed under one head That is the rail way mail service and the railway contract office will bo under the supervision of tho new second assistant Boll Whitfield as first assistant will havo supervising of tho salary and allowance and free de livery olllcors in addition to his other cluies These oillces heretofore have been retarded as an bureau their chiefs as a rule passing upon nearly all tho PUBLIC SURVEY FUNDS Tho Secretary of the Interior todayap tho apportionment of money appro priated for surveys of public lands for tho yea ending June 30th 1891 Arizona gets Idaho an increase of Si Montana an of Oregon an in an increase of Washington an increase of Wyoming an increase of Tho reserve fund for contingencies is an Increase of over last year The sum of is allotted for ex amination of surveys The total thus ap propriated is Last years appro priation was Tho Secretary In a letter to the Commissioner of tho General Land Office says If any portion of the moneys appropriated to the several States and Territories is found fco be iu excess of tho amount actually needed it can bo changed at any timo to moot the demands of some other reiiuiring more Tim SILVER PURCHASES Tho amount of silver offered the Treasury today was ounces The amount purchased was ounces as Forty thousand ounces at ounces ounces ounces ounces 000 ounces ounces JTIIYIJED BY INDIANA C The President has appointed J B Turner of Indiana at tho White House vice E W White of Indiana resigned SPECIAL INDIAN AGENTS Tho President has appointed Austin J Braddook liockville Henry Atou Hiawatha John S Mayhugh Elko and Miss Helen Clark Montana special agents to make allotments of lands in severalty to Indians under the provis ons of the act of Congress approved Febru ary 3 1887 A WILD WEST pROniaiTiON Acting Indian Commissioner Bell has is sued a letter to Indian agents directing them to promptly refuse any applications for Indians for Wild West shows as it is not now the policy of tho Interior Depart ment to grant permits for such purposes underanycircumstances whatever If any Indians should hereafter attempt to leave he reservation for exhibition purposes promptmeasures will be adopted to detain hem LIEUTENANT UEITEB ORDERED HOME Lieutenant Commander Roiter of the United States ship Banger is ordered lorno and will be relieved by Commander Yingate The impression is general here hatCommarider Reiter is recalled because Secretary of State is dissatisfied at the course pursued by him in regard to the peacenegotiations between Guatemala and alvador and also in regard to dia Tho Ranger was in the harbor it San Barrundia was killed on he CLARKSON TO GO TO CHINA The Post tomorrow will publish a state mentthat Postmaster General llarkson will go to China as United States linister after tho Congressionarelection He Is Warmly Welcomed by His Old Army Comrades NEW YORK Oct tho morning peo ple interested in tho arrival of the Com to de Paris and party were on the qui rfce for news of the When signaled the revenue cutter with a parly on board wont down tho briy to moot her composed of Collector Erhardt General Danie Butteriielcl General O O Howard General R IX Keycs Fitz John Porter General H W Slooum W B Frank lin General John Newton 1 C Parko J R Dillon General OKrion The was boarded off Staten Island and the Comto and party taken on A Scranton board Collector Erhardt was presented to the Comto and said 1 am instructed by Uie President and Government to welcome you to these shores and extend to you every The Com to replied I thank you very much for tho honor and I am glad to make another visit to America I appre ciate tho great honor conferred on mo by the TheComte wirmly greeted Porter and other comrades iu tho army during the lave war Tho party consisted of tho Comic de Paris Due dOrleans Due dUxes Marquis de LastojTio Comte dHausssonvUle Colonel do Parsey Captain Morhan and Dr Eecan ier They will spend a month in this coun try The Kendalls also came over on tho THE SCANDALS OF ONE DAY An Unsavory Chicago Case Involving Bon Ton Families MRS RATHBflRSE WAS SHADOWED JUST WHAT HE EXPECTED THE CENTRAL BOYCOTT NO PRISE TO SUK Tho Knights VTIJ1 Proceed to Boycott the Suicl to Bo the Real Presi dent of tlio Road Dominie Charged with Xanghty New Jersey Widower Elopes with the Parsons WifcTho Gay Obermcyor iu Trouble SCRANTON Oct Dis Francisco Chronicle am not said Vowderly last even ing at the order of the Now York Central debarring Knights of Labor from services on that road It came to my knowledge as early as last spring that this policy of boy cotting would bo instituted by thatcorpor ation against our order What they have up to the present time boon doing In secret they now feel strong enough to proclaim openly as their Mow many Knights of Labor will bo affected by the Centrals boycott When the strike began we had about four thousand members on that Will the order of the Knights of Labor resent this action of the Central roadIn any way assuredly we will I shall esteem it my said Powderly emphatically to call upon the members of our order at once to notify their friends that there are better roads to ride over than the New York Central Wo will go farther than that We shall call upon business men shippers of goods and others dolnff business with that company and request them to direct their patronage into other Will not this be regarded as a boycott or a conspiracy on the part of the Knights Yon may call it what you Docs It not strike you as being strange Mr Powderly that this order should cotne from Webb instead of Depew No it is quite in keeping with the past policy of the managoment Webb repro the Vauderbilt interest and although nominally presidentof tho company is simply retained In tho position as a reward for past services as a lobbyist at Albany While Depew is content to draw his a year as president be is also satisfied to allow his manhood to suffer and let Webb transact business which he as president should What the final outcome of all this It will result in Government supervision of the railways of this country and nothing can stop it for there will bo organizations formed one after another and if they can not organize openly they will in secret though I cannot say I approve of such A CHICAGO WILL CONTEST CHICAGO Oct Dispatch San Francisco ChronMc scandal In high Ufo which will shake society from center to einuimforonoo has boon browing for some time and now culminates In a threaienqd suit for divorce The people concerned are members of two of Chicagos bestknown families R W Rathbornc a young commission man ami a son oi IL Rathborno die big Hour merchant and capita list makos charges of unduo intimacy between his handsome and cultured wife who is a daughter of A 13 Pullman and niece of George M Pullman Mud DK j W Chishoim a New York physician who has a wife and children liv ing in Gotham Rathborno married Miss Pullman in S77 and tho wedding was a society event of groat magnitude Dr Ohisholm came to Chicago to attend Mrs A n Pullman for a cancer affection and thus became acquainted with Mrs Kathborne Ho is a man 54 years of age For along timo ho lived in tho Kathborne house but some Lime igo young Kathborne it is ejected him Ht obtained a great inllnonce over Mr Rath borne who counted him as his best friend When people told him of tho talk coupling Chisholms name with that of his wife he re fused to believe ir U W Hathbnnie however for two years has haddoiectivcs on his daughter inlaws with ihe result as of securing undoubtuble pioof Not only will the caso bo sensational beeauao of tho prominence of tho parties to but so also on account of the prurient details which the hearing of the tostimouy develop should the matter onme up in court Mrs Rathborno and Dr Chiahcim enter emphatic denials of tho story ir all its nasty details Tho fair defendant said to day that she had been a wife innamo only to Mr for eight years past She dleges gross infidelity on his part and says the only reason sue did not apply for a divorce long was because she could not bear to bring on hor family tho un desirable notoriety that divorce proceedings would She will now likely bring a countersuit Dr Chishoim was indignant at the aspersions made on Ins character I lived at the house of Mr and Mrs Rath borne is true and that 1 was their friend is true but that J ever had any relations with Mrs Rathborne that might not have been witnessed by her husband and by all men is an absolute said Dr Chishoim REV BOTTSS AFFLICTIONS A Similar to the Famous Til den Suit CHICAGO Oct will of the late John Crerar which disposed of an estate of much of it to charitable and re ligious institutions in this city will be con tested Proceedings will soon bo com menced in what will probably be one of the most celebrated cases of its kind on record The principal feature of the will was tho bequest of nearly two millions to found a great public library in Chicago The con test has been inaugurated by distant rela tions on Crerars eidc The grounds on which itIs proposed to Invalidate tho li brary bequests are the same as those on which the bequest for In New York in the will of Samuel J Tilden was invali dated That a bequest cannot be legally made to anything which docs not exist It is also proposed to attack the bequests co several religious institutions and tho be quest of for a statue of Abraham Lincoln The solicitors for the contestants point out that all of the bequests to the rel atives were to those on the mothers side itid that the relatives on the fathers side were not mentioned In proving the will a family servant testified that there were no elatives on the fathers side living and the contestants several of whom come from Ontario assume that the testator did not mow of their existence RESULT OP THE TARIFF Enormous Tin Plate Plants to Be Established PITTSBXJRG result of the pas sage of the Tariff bill with its tin plate clause will be the establishment of an im mense tin plate factory at an early day in Baltimore A company ofEastern capital Carbon County Fincts CHICAGO Oct InterOceana Den er special reported muling of gold deposits near Saratoga Carbon county Wyoming is confirmed by a number of persons Tho new camp is called Sold Hill and is located twenty miles east of 011 the Medicine 3ow mountains A distinct and aepar goldbearing quartz lead has been While noassays have been made it is believed that the latest find of ore will run at least to the toil Gen tlemcui just arrived say If the out as it promises It will equal the famous Tin Cup camp Colorado A Widower Pummels the Pastor arid lluiis Away With His Wife CAMDKN Oct Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle highly respectable town of Tansboro Camdcn county has been shocked The Rov Joseph Botts prospective Incumbent of tho Metho dist Church there has been pummeled within an inch of his life by Robert pas a wellknown widower Tbft was food enough for gossip but when the day after it was whispered that the wife of the Incom ing pastor had eloped with the pugilistic widower thetown was aghast The scan dal was closely guarded until warrants were sworn out for the arrest of Trampas and Mrs Botts when the doings of the dominions wife and Widower Trampas became the ab sorbing topic of convc7sation Widower Trampas who bears a reputation of being a taking man became acquainted with the Botts family and ingratiated him self into the good graces the pastors pretty wife Tho widowers calls became frequent and bo made himself so much at homo that Mr Botts was annoyed Ho re monstrated without avail Matters however reached a climax on Monday night last when tho minister re turned home from a long day of visiting As lie entered the parlor Mrs Botts hastily went out leaving Trampas sitting on tho sofa The clergymans small daughter was sitting in his lap Pastor Botts was angry He followed Mrs Botts to the kitchenand excitedly raising his voice exclaimed Mrs Botts I have repeatedly told that I do not like to see iny daughter sitting in that mans lap His reputation is not good and I will not have him around my Trampas heard this andwent iivvay mad Soon Botts went to a grocery near by and Trampas met him Hot words followed and a rough and tumble fight ensued during which Botts was badiy used up His jaw was dislocated three of his teeth were knocked out and his eyes blackened When the combatants were separated the minister vas unconscious He had to bo carried homeand physician summoned The next day Mrs Botts left tho bouse carrying a bundle She did not return and it was soon found that Trampas was also missing The hivo not since been seen and no one knows where they have gone A CASE AGAINST THE PASTOR The Scotch Cattle Released Reford Company agents here for the Ross steam ship line today received a cable stating that the cattle shipped from this port by the steamer which was detained at Dundee Scotland onsuspicion of being infected with pleurbpncurnouia have been ists Baltimore and New j released having been declared free ot dis San Francisco Pa 1 jcsterclay f Train Robbers Adams received letter bef6uu4 tb cpuvictxiieji York have quietly been working on the scheme The capital stock is flOO The company will dp business on an enor scale The concern will have its owj tin miuesand reducing plant in tho West willbe Into the Balti plant itself It will cover several acres and will be the largest tin plate con cern onithe globe Foreign capitalists are to erccta tin plate mill at Duquesrie at a the property of John A Abont 600 men will argument of coil nsel i avtbe1 United States today mad e ianswerj in the claim of Spreck SOTiOOO from tlie owners of itransportafcioh of i a bafgp of r The H arrisonvf rom sugar damaged The CHICAGO Oct Railway Age Trill tomorrow publish a summary the rail way construction in the United States for nine months of the year showing 37S2 miles of new road already built Iu thlrcynine twelve different j lines The total construction for the year is estimated C500 miles against 5200 JDr ConTicted NETT YORK Oct in the case of Dr causing the death of rendered tonight of sraugbterln the Sentence was Thomas 83 years the histl The Very Serious Scranton Dominie SCRANTOX Oct Dis V Francisco Chronicle Series v popular you as pastor of Plymouth Congre gational Church in this city a graduate of Yale Collegeand a pulpit orator of ebmo pretensions a ccccntlyinarried man is de fendatit in a sensational breach of case which was begun here this morning before Judge Gunsten for damages claimed by MissAnnie Miss Uusaboew lias been a regular atten 4 darjt at Pastor Robertas church It been noticod that every time she has wept bitterly during thoserr vices Neither Roberts nor bis present when the trial began but agreement the was proceeded their absence Husabocws declared that toe reverend defendantdared not face the evidence and explained that the woman was so prostrated that her appearance The bitter story was told before a courtroom by Attorney MisSHosaboew was born an early age came to this Iriendless girl She was spectable and soon domestic family of Ole mous She later Haven Jt was at New Haven met a theological stiidentx 3gioar T During ney the girlt with himtoj wt mtoj inarv by rsiylng that to Hyde   

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