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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                Part First Pagss I VOL SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER FKICE FIVE T They Exult Over thft Lapse of Op pressive uesirietioiis EMPEROR WILLIAMS REMEDIAL IDEAS jo TH Hitrd at Work on Tntnrtiftl He form Kx tru vacant Miiiimsr olIjlviiu Ijupci Convicts NCWH KM rope if trosty the King rights oY Uiu as o lon rif and Will lilSD iu protcctiiraii over Iono I Tin liock tucns Coi 1 I iho session of the riuifrnss l impracticable to limit day to eight hours Thn wire In favor ff a prujjuHlUon fortyifiKht hours should constitute t work IniTicr Convicts ut Lnrje fAHI I Is Tfcrolvcd NIW that hplir riiii viiMs lust lime Tho all t iiuablu to discover tholr No Cabinet Vet Dei Tlio statement rbfit Ior riis luii suciiidid in forming a ncw Callnct tn In primmum Owing to tho do AND THE BOURBOSS Soailicrn Flusters by the faiitrie Pcniisyivaahia Rruner 521 Harnnm CSS Dougherty Hill Arm strong Clay Mimrne Carlisle 4M Bellevue 711 Shoshone 110 EVERY HAND AGAINST by THEIR STUP10ITV EXASPERATES HIS yorl InMi I The lajmcf laws has to a nl flio Knipcror Yliihims atUtnrio Inward the Tlm CoUigno fiatsti repeal ilmt tinKinpirr and all his with of Ulsrinirok dunlrefi a of lli spotIn I act and ready a per manent ant Iri tin fmin dlVorcd by the Na tional Liberals uamuly with power nf pulsiori but and tho KcioliMtag in was dissolved The Kmpernr i himself viys would novcrhave voluntarily dispensed with tho act At til nantn tlmn pfiror vinwrt thit of the laws without regret his solve KfiijLi prolilein without them inians of romediai legislation depriving tho party of of most MMIPIIS grievances Tho fit o tlm jttlM JngM tho past fuw Was ocu of Mlon but all were orderly A groat meeiiiic wa lutld at Tins IiTiil prfSfMit iipprurcd lielong to Lin Intelligent working classes Thny wuro ac companied hy i heir wives and families speeches wero rnide A Mpcmh en titled larmvill to he imd how Christianity inlulit have Jjeen lii Us Inception If the Jewish iind Unman i m had only liulltited ilifi UiiHslan police and dissolved cvnry YncoMiig n founders met with n largo ilorr declared in an Interview that would nnir thr dovwumerHs bills on their meritM It is nouiblo that at the iJorlln election for delegates to ilio coming Congress at Hallo all tho men elected belong thu modcrato auction of A largo rdstaiirant has boon purchased a I Krfurt and n hall for mnotlfiKH Ktacliud will liountii shniMy tn tlm Knowing that tho iTbpual Is only an experiment tho party will bo ofirofitl to avoid for a rcncnval of tho laws Thf TOmporoi1 sjieolal upon sciuinicrt which tho Jovnrmnint is proparlut for a ruforni of tho rural local Governrnoiiu and tho National school Holiome as well aa upon tlio project of direct luxation Tho farreaching proposal of Miguel MlnlMni of Kinauco for tho colloo tlon of tm lnooiio will If Is stated tlio amount eoileoted iii pur Tho Xdrtk Irriiicin fiommontlntj upon tho Kalsftrs recepMnn In Aiistrlu KlvOH a hint which uppoars to oonUrin renewed rumors conoornlnj 1 now commpr clal treaty with Austria Tho fuct that tho Austrlun woro not present at railway station In Vienna to moot Ktnporor William on his arrival thoro Is inuoli InmiTioutcd on In connection with tho but It IH nniolully duclafod that their nlMOnuu had no HiKnKi nanco Kmpcror William having Ignored him last year Count Von Taafo purposely absented hlmsoll Torrillo stornus aro reported In and tho Kast SOK fulJ has rulnod orops and smushod thousands of windows at Kms At Horns which was flooded by tho sea numerous houses were unroofed and many Inhabitants Injured At a train of oars was ovwturned and snvornl occiiimnts uriishod to death Many shlpwrooka uttondcd by of IS to are ro portod Thu editor of tho Mayonro Ynllis Zettuiiy has boon arrivitod for rldlcuHnp the celebra tion of tho liattlo of Sedan and oiiloRlxini lraiK0 llurijo Wrothon tlifr Oathollo historian nnd elitvinpion Vatlean ugalnst Tr died today at the Muhunvn Mon iistory Tho cleruy of Trovos havo dpnouncod lawn tennis as an unbecoming game for Gorman plrls i ANGE K1S MX T B A V AO A N CE The Sick Kiiiff Tun Oct condition of tho of llolhiiul sliows no of Improvy moiiU He Is condnoci to his bed He from Insornonla and can take no ntiMrlshmunt inllk Mrs Bond out wife of Gonornl Iriotii coiiimtiridcilnchlef of tho Salva Army died today A SiBEN FBOMVASSAB HOW A MKtolCAI STUPI3NT OAAIK TO GlUJiii1 Intlty Hliincho Itlohurds un of llOKton Ilntraiii mid Uohs dim and Now il Sim jMimcisco S tra iffh tO u f Cr n d i d n te W i cl e n s the South Idaho Majority it 3jes1 islatiirc Will Composed oJFor yfivo Ucpublicans and Nine Dem ocrats Nothing Is Quite Good Knough for the Agitator PARIS Oct Francisco Chronicle anriounoo inont that Oonoral Is about to resumo his travels and that ho will whiter nt Malta makes ctutaln ilisutosuiw lit tho latest chapter iff tho CoulliisewHoulnn espeelnliy intorostini In dwelling oti tho Goiui NKW VOISK Oct iiicdlcal stucluit from Paris whoso IolU arc sanl to rcshlo In lanbourg Jormaio arrived in his city a fovv wueloi with and has boon slnoo lofl fvlttinst a Ijujftfar hi ho madii tho of a hanclsouio Amorlcun tflei sho was nttunrilug tho Convonl Clitfdon Thuater with a Wdiniui ucnMwiucl tho acriualn Hiicri atid MrrcsiKindiiiR Ilio youiiK tvriiuaii who dcscrlbod Jnirsolf as a of Vassar md a rcshliiit of BosKm Tliulr In timacy so that tho youuR mrrdlcal avo up his professional sMteiics find ai his companions solicitation cameto America llo ami his fair prize tonic un ti Hut elegantly furnished lit They had been thciO only a few days when a rouni man who was Introduood by as Cousin cailod In a Kaitio nf cards Avltli Oouslit SOCOIH visit tho yoiKiR man bocamo lous of bis visitor who had suconodod In winning SVOO Tlio lay HfiHsant woiii to Hostoii to look up tho of his pretty Vassar sonipiuilon lie Ulancho had boon a of am was a mom be r ol a prominent family but hail fallen from KiHfis juifl haiJ Itift Uiu hub to iwcorn pany n wellknown adventuress to Europe last winter MuMSfint riitiirnocl o this city with Mio rlo tu rid himself of Hlancho anil at iinoi return his natlvo latifl This wan last Wednosday but whon tho moilloal sMideul arrived n tills city anil wont to tho Hat to lils dismay tho plaoo was and trvery article of vuluo vomovcd With the cloarltiK out of tho Hat wont besides all tliu Ills two trunks con taining almost SlMJfiO anil his clitboN and Ills valtialilo papers lit vistori a detective agency anil there loarnott that Htauche hail disposed of all tho furniture and had her chocked for Hun KranelMco Today a dispatch was received from tho chief of pnllco of San Francisco aiuiwiwiiiK that woman had and was utuitu1 surveillance indurs Hessant dislluocl to order her arrest that If who would nlvo up his clothes ami papors he MYJUll tint proscculo hor Jo Hturted for San laneiseo at once Tho I von and Stool Visitors Oct two special truliw wilih loft Xow York thin bearing the vlsltlnp Iron and steel men from Knjftaiitl and Gormimy anlvcd at U ocliwk The visitors Inspocuul tbo pieat OlssUm saw anil Ulu and inaclo a trip down thu river to Newcastle Tho steamer with the party on board ar rived tit tho wharf at 5 oclock and tho Kutists wero ilrivon to thelf hotels On Monday most of the will RO to PhivnlxvHlo Chester Wellington and uthor heailquasleis of the sroat iron works CnrcAOO Oct San Francisco ocrlos Ocranit 1t appears that bourbons of the House ace not entitled to the credit which has been thorn for doslstlng from filibusiorhix on the closing day of the session It Is now ascertained that there was formed on the part of a con siderable number of the Southern DemoI crats tho cullheiatc purpose to filibuster against tlio enrollment of tho TarllV bill and to insist that a Republican quorum should bo prcisoiit before that should be ac oornpllshfifi Tho furrnachiiiR rnsults of such a decision can readily bo understood when It is known that a Republican quorum was not present In and that it was very doubtful whether one could be brought hack In a time It Is now learned that it was not tho good sense of the Southern Democrats nor tho MilrouUos of tho Republican loaders which Induced tho former to desist from their ua patrloUo purpoflo It was on tho contrary a plain buslnessliko announcement made to thom by the successor of Samuel J KanrJiill Mr Ttlcluird Vaux of Philadelphia whom the Democrats havejust nowdecllnec to rtiiomiuato to OoiiKfoss contrary to th usages of that party and luivo nomlnatof In Ills placo ono of Mio mud heelers of tha city Vnux soelns what tho woro iibimt tn do went to Mr nrecklnrldR nnd other Southern loaders and addressee them His that substantially thiiso words worn used You dont know rjontlonaon what you are doing Your action indicates very clearly that you have not tho slightest con ception of public sontlmont In tho North You do not undonilaiid tlio business inter ests of tho country and have but tho faint est Idea of tho elleot of our cou rt nor upon the political of the party In tho North I tell yon that If yon Insist tn raising hiH point of no quorum yon will placo every district In tho Northern States in peril It Is infernal foiJy which you aro attempting to perpetrate and T suppose ut tho oarUest opportunity to take Liu ilfior and denounce such The vigorous words of tho eccentric and Vaux had a powerful olToct upon tho Southern loaders They ad mitted aftur a while that ovoiy word that 10 had said was true und that they did not lot understand tho business Interests of tho ion n try or appreciate for the moment what ho upon the business community vould bo If thoy by their filibustering houldat thoi last moment defeat tho Tariff U1 and require Congress perhaps to vo inain In session another month A confer ence was immediately called by the Demo cratic lenders tn Lho eioak room Mr Vanx hearing of it immediately went to tho ponforonoo and told tho Democrats assem bled there what ho had In substance said to Mr Hrecklnrhlgo Tho result was that tlio points of order of no quorum wero with drawn but this Incident Illustrates that tho Southern Democracy Is not to be thanked for its supposed moderation AJormons Votes with the Democrats BLACKFOOT Idaho Oct to precinct Lit tin Lost lilver cast strictly a party vote for tho Plate and Legislative ticket twentyeight Republicans and eijrhtoin Democrats Tho county ticket was considerably scratched but gavci a Republican majority A num ber of Mormons voted the straight Demo cratic ticket Martin AIturas county cast six teen votes I ft ecu for Shoup and one for Wilson Tin balance was fourteen Repub licans and two Democrats Era cast thirteen Republican and ten Democratic votes Arco gives a Democratic majority of seven out of seventeen votes cast floustim give a straight vote Republicans ninety Democrats fifty President Harrison Congratulated WASUISHTON Oct President has received the following telegnim from ex Delegate Dubols Idaho Republican by TiOO Legislature fortyf outUepubllcaus ten Democrats L congratulate you on the splendid endorsement of homo rule and tho wise policy towards land settlers Th Northwest endorses your THE UTAH COUNTY LIBERALS THEY ELECT DfcLKGATKS AKD DE CJDK TO WHOOP THINGS UP Tho TJoloKivtlon Will to Salt Lake in a Special Car With a Ogdon Jrlmaries THE SOUTH CAllOTjINA SPLIT A IVIodiuino Failure Oct extensive manufacturers and wholesale dealers iu medicines niado an assignment Tho estimated liabilities are with assets of nt least It Is oonfldeiitly expected that Jho stain ot aflalrs will bo adjusted and tho firm KO on as usual us tho only liabilities prossiiij aro In notes which went to protest hist wanderings Al Morniolx I iiljhr tho result of ovcrsijrlit him with ttse and jrlvos ditalls of his personal budget From this It is that bis private peiulltures junouiited to francs SUOO a month whllo iJnubUi tlutt amount was paid for public purposes I In furtlier proof of th6 assertions M iTorj moix oltes tlie fact that Oonoral Houlanirois bill for a forfnlKht at tho Hotel Mlniollo I JlrsiAsolSf wa francs and that j whon no wont to London ho utigagod rooms at the Tlotel Hrlstol ono of the uiost expen Ibls mviilnic it is announced that the lla billtiiP are Tho llrni claims over In assets and say oliatovory penny will be paid The Count of Iuiis Bjvnquotctl Oct Comto do Paris was banqueted tntiljiht ut tho Union Club by a fepresentatlvo gtilher of about thirty seutlemen Aiming those who usscmblcd to do honor to the A StraightOut Canciiflato to Tlun Atainst Tillmnn S Oct Pis Francisco Chronicle call will bo issued Sundny morning by tho straightout ncmoiirats of Marion county for a State nf the Domocrats to assomlile In this city on Wed nesday next for the purpose of nominating a Democratic candidate for Governor in op position to H K Tlllman who was nated by iho regular Democratic cou veution of September 10th It Is a iorepnur eonclusiori that hid go A G llaskell dent of tho Loan Hank of this city and a life lonj Dcmocrar will be the unanimous choice of this In addition tn tlfuion or twenty ihousand straightout a in ITill in an Doiiiueralle voles it Is certain thai liaskill will roeelvo ilio solid Tiopublkaii vote of tlio Stale which If fairly ennuUd will make him tho noxt Covernor of South The long delayed but inevitable split in tlvO Palmetto State Democracy is thus an accomplished fact THE IJKSULT Pnovo Utah Oct to Tnin UNE Utah County Liberal Conven tion mot bore this afternoon to elect dole gates to tho Territorial Liberal Convention to bo held In Salt Lake on tho 8th inst J D Jones was elected chairman and Edward Fine secretary Tho business of electing delegates was immediately proceeded with and on motion thoy wero oloctod viva wcc beginning at tho north end of tho county Following are tho delegates elected Gilchrist American Tlrnmlns A K Thornton and Damson Floiisant K Storrltt W N Whlteootton M M ICol logg J Jones A A Noon J E Hills and Henry Uawllngs Staton II M and Thomas Tallin Spanish Fork and Hutchln son and L O Lawrence Payson Santarjni Spring Lake and Mcltelh and John White Benjamin and Lalco S Brooks Provo Bench Alpine Thistle and Pleasant L Clark of Alpine A motion was carried that any delegate has tho right to appoint as his proxy any other resident Liberal of Utah county It was also Oho nonso of tho Convention that iC there aro any vacancies the rest of tho delegation is entitled to cast tho full twenty votes of Utah county Tho matter of instructing tho delegates occasioned considerable discussion a mo tion being before tho convention that the Utah county delegation be instructed to present the name uC Mr David Evans be foro tho Territorial Convention as their andldato for Delegate to Congress Tho motion to so Instruct elicited eulogistic speeches from Mr Evanss friends but on a oto It was laid on the table several of the who wero not in favor of any in tructions silll being In favor of keeping Mr Evanss name in front as the Utah county candidate for the Delegateship it was further moved that a vigorous ampulgn be waged and that tho Execu tive bo authorized to call for all lie men and means necessary It has been leciiled that tho Utah county delegation go to Salt Lake City In a special car the liioGranclo Western on liy mornimr and proceeded by Mio Trovo Jrass Band they will march from tlio dc ot to the place of convention Knights of Labor Driven Ont Other Labor Organizations YOUK Oct 4 It is reported that tho management of the Xew York Central Railroad was asked by the other labor or ganizations to drive the Knights of Labor from the service of the company A cor writes It is not generally known but it is a fact that this latest order not only lias tho approval of some of tho other organizations but that the Central management has boon actually requested by representatives of the Locomotive and Firemens Brotherhoods to drive the Knights of Labor out of tho system Tho members of tho Brotherhoods as well as the Switch mens Union have been complaining ever slucc the strike that they are more or less threatened abused and wero at times in a state of terror oa account of the intimida tions priiuchcd by walking delegates and other acts of tho Knights A committee of tho Locomotive Engineers Brotherhood so far as to toll Webb that tho com pany would have to choose between tho Engineers organization and tho Knights There is co opposition on tho part of tho Central management to any labor organiza tion whatever excepting tho Knights In fact it is claimed that all of the others are encouraged and GUATEMALAS P11ES1DENT He Contradicts His Minister and Wants More War ACAPULCO Mexico Oct Dis Francisco Chronicle A letter has been received hero by steamer THE MKIHLEY TARIFF LAW The Revised Schedules Go Into Ef fect ToMorrow A RECORD MABE BY REEDS 6AVEL The Speakers Desk a Mass of Splin Contracts Award Sun Francisco Accepted Governor Warren of Wyoming slating that ii few dnys ago RarriUas re ceived a small box It was supposed owing to a letter accompanying it that it had been sent by a supporter of In fear that dynuinito might bo in it the box was opened with great euro to prevent an explosion The box disclosed porao womans under clothing with a head shawl tho intended inference being that Barrillas possessed tho of timidity supposed to be long to a woman and Bucking in bravery Tho box was sent him by an oxMinister of Guatemala who onjoyed Barrjllass situa tion and thought it a good joke At a banquet and ball given by Barrillas in honor of tho diplomatic corps Sefior Angnlano Secretary of Foreign Eolations arose to pay a compliment to that body He started in with an ungraininatieal toast and made admissions not satisfactory to Barrillas who arose when tho toast was made and sakl that ho was not in accord and contradicted olio Secre tarys words saying that ho made war against Salvador for the good of thu country and had accepted peace after ho had gained the principle for which lie entered After tho banquet Barrillas joined a party and members of tho Cabinet and said As T am in a circle of friends 1 have no necessity of remaining I un not satisfied with peace because Excta a president of Salvador There should be 10 presidents in that country unless they iro agreeable to N Oct Wiudom Assistant Secretaries Spanieling and Nottlo ton and General Appraiser Tichonor spent tho day over questions that have arisen in regard to tho execution of tho now tariff law which takes ellect Monday morning Several importers desirous of receiving tbo ful benefit of the existing tarlt rates ap plied to the Treasury Department for per mission to cuter their goods nt tho Custom Houses up to midnight Sunday Assistant courts bo authorized to try aiul punish white mn for offenses State laws wheu committed on Indian reserva tions THE DUMOrVT INVESTIGATION Tho proposed of tho oftlee of Genoral flumout Supervising Inspector of Steam Vessels appears to oomo to end Tho reference of iho resolution intro duced by Flovror bade to ihu eommluoo is probably the lust of it Lust Monday when General Flower the Supervising InspectorGeneral boforo the Committee on Merchant Marino Fisheries which has boon given charge of the Investigation it was discovered charges wore not signed Flower was sent for and sskod by tho committee if he wanted to take tho respon sibility tor the he replied that bo did not that ho knew nothing about them except that a Mr Hlisted cawo T him a letterof recommendation imro ductiou from George L Norton editor of th Marine Journal mid claimed to represent th Grand Harbor of the Hrothcrhood of Pilot licensed pilots who complained of persecution by General Dumont Ho the authority of either Hunted or Norton and wrote to Captain Tnthlll grand cup tain of the Grand Harbor A reply was ro ceived from Tuthill in which ho said thas llusted was not known to him and did no represent the Grand Harbor at all H said further that there were no eomplaim from Grand Harbor b it there was some grumbling among probably half a dozen disgruntled men In Harbor No I Yesterday General Dumont wrote an offl cial letter to Flower quoting from a letter of Tuthill and stating that Norton was i hostile and bitter enemy of his Daiaont because he had refused to pass some nc Sccretary Spaulding has informed them that i Mr Norton had insisted should THE ELDERS AM THE GIRLS WHAT BECOMES OF MORMON PROS UTAH Government wus Arthur Itolmonf Assistant sivo and arlstDoratio hosfolrlos MI tho Knsj Sccritiiry of tho Gen Ush For thoso to pay iv day and although ho was given tho best suite on buhiy shown his upurtinents by tho manager seemed disap pointed ut what ho considered the modioero uliaructor of tho furniturt1 and uskol you uoihltiR better than that The Jiish Trials TrPlBHAHY Ct thO Have An I OoniiN Oct 11 ro broke ro ium out iu ttic woodiii row at the bllng Of court thismornlni Kedmond oouii1 northwest corner i f Twintyllfth and Grant sol for Dillon arid OBrien asked adjourn uvctiuc at thlH morning and will com ment till Tutsrlay He statod that ho nnd f put tlio A down small sliupa his follow counsel Timothy Mealy hud an i aro burned out The loss important oiv Monday j s VOIi and corner will gain a Konan prosecutor for tho crown opposed block Tio dopiirtmtnt is the delay and eluirjjod tho rtofoniliuns with tho tiro well nltlioujrh short of creating ovtry obstnclo tn prolunp j wutcr The Ire Is now under control tho cnso and UtMlmond dcolurod that one of i tho defendants OMahonoy wus HI nnd it was impossible for him to attoml thotrfai at present ilia court would until tho attending OMahonoy could bo hoard from Chairman Pinkham Contra os tho Itopublicjius nsnl thu HOISK CiTV Idaho to TiuitLSK of incroasinp Ropublicati inajorltips is ciimiiiRfrnm all over tho State In dlspatchos it wns coneodncl Unit Urko KcuO was defeated for the llouso in A Ituras county A rooeivcdat tho iiioiiis of tho Stato commlttci status tliut tho fptiirris of tho small outside prey loots pulled him th rough Tho will thoroforo stand 43 llojinblleaus and t Dem ocrats Joseph Pinkham chairman of the Ivcpub llcati State Committco harf Issued tho fol lowing manifesto UKADQUAKVetts OK COMMITTEK UdlSK Oct 1 I dtslro to iioiisrrntnlnte tliiiiuople of Uhilm i i v j upon the mnsjiiitlcinit virtorv of iHiia ip l j tobcr 1st Kupnbliciin by it Wcttmoro of Archbishop O O Ilowan Island HI CoiTlsun Warner Tho fwvonuuS of tlio club extended to tho Count iho pilvlluzo of club for sixty days a prlvllcKi seldom The OVflei friiniu Snrviul to Tc Liberal ciuiousrs passed oil harmoni ously in this city ibis oveninjr and strong were sdeetid as follows First precinct L It Rogers Theodore Kansford Smith F A Wluilcn Dr V C Hurl burr S C 1 Cory William BinTon Don Seioml K Adams G F Mc Inldsh K B neviitu H P G W Muriiliy T J U MeCabc 76in S Lundis B Torncs A R I ley wood Miss Conllro Tolls Hmv Converts arc Secured iuil What la Done Them Particularly tlio Trottj TNRTT YORK Oct Termlo Coultre called at tho bargo offlco today for tho pur pose of tendering her assistance in putting a stop to tho importation of Mormon women Miss Coultro for a couple of yoars has boon engaged asa school teacher at Salt Lake Guy and connected with the Presbyterian Mission of that city Sho was introduced to port chaplain of the Prot estant Episcopal Church to whom sho told what she know of tho life the Mormons lead Among other things Miss Coultro says that ono of tho chief arguments of tho Mor mon elders to got converts Is that tlio Messiah is soon to appear in tho Zlon ot tho LatterDay Saints and that nil who arc not there aro lost Incidentally a largo amount is shown to the people whom the Mormons aro trying to capture Gold oacthes the eye and they are ready to do xlmosL anything to go Nothing is said about polygamy The elders when abroad take earo to select tho best looking women they can got When Utah is reached sometimes the peo ple aro turned adrift by tho elders for the sake of getting them more fully in their power The best looking of tho womenaro then taken by the rich old Mormon elders sealed After hearing the story Dr Diuinm told the most of it to General OBoierne Tho latter requested Miss Coultre to make a statement which she promised to Itwill bo forwarded to the AttorneyGeneral of tho United States Monday will be asked to decide whether or not Mornioa converts arc crim inals Dr Driimm claims that they are and if tho AttorneyGeneral decides that they arc then the Superintendent of Im migration will bar them P Pchramm W Wil Cross W II Camp Third P Philip Kami liam IJ boll Fourth preccnct M A BrnecTon C M Brinish C R Hani J W McNutt Val Gideon D Thorburn Is C Giuinell and E P Hunter AN APFMCTFD VILLAGE An Ttic Contest icU roopenin the capital which was oxpOLtcd to jirccipiiiitc troublo lulhrio usd Oklahoma faittons was posliMMlCli until Monday OUUhoma i Citys nrmed forces aro still on tho pround A Swiss Kohel Arrested UU1 will remain to sec fair play whon the Oct Castioiil the j lucstion does liOinc up who shot and killed Councillor Rossi ut Ballinsonn Swiuerlund duriiij tho recent I in Colorado revolt was arrowed today at Chelsea Ap Tho stormy sea mado son on tlio Kocky nrountaius commenced for uxtnulitloti will bo Castioni was found in a shed In ihw attached to tho house He wns surnnnuled by a of friends all of whom wero armed Tho uoHco solxod 200 roimrts of junmunltioni whon Castioni waS tuken be fore tho magistrate couiisol stated that tho question wan rutted as to whether aot of the prisoner of a political uataro and thoroforo an action for whjoh Iso could not bo r A Treaty With Dahomey pXrijs Oct Aiirolral Cuvor tho jiovornment that lio haa concluded treaty of peace with tho Kinjj of and has ialscd the blockade A3 last jtiirlit and quitu an amount of snaiv in dluuietit places Riiports show snow falling trum Salldu to It Is also suowiniT ut Siivtiftou Leadviltc Gleuwood Springs and Aspeti A StraAJr Paper1 Trust PiTTSutrno Oct 4 stnUv pappr trust S2 in tils with an output pf aw totis dully lias botni formed to control tho market west of A mountains Tho TjiWy Prison Oct Captain John Latooch who wasjadjutant of Libby Prison during the Into war died tonight ajged n Hvftry in nil on tho ticket isoltctcil Tho Ktpiihlicaus out of 51 nuinbirs of ihi lilnli will have two Kcpub i Siaators niul ono Republican Renrcscntji tiviiu ConuriSS i Jclnho approcisition of ihc of the Ropiibliciin partv iu jriviiu her Siatuhooil prqtpctiiii Imr intirrosts aiul uiilins overthrow of Monnomsin In heluilf of tlw KcpiiiIicui psirty of Idaho nuil tho I tender sinocro thtuiks to tliu vurions committees hncl to yiic Ropublicnns all ovir iliu Stivty for their heroic successful ef firis In muring a The party n deep debt of human Sratikule to Joseph Pinkham chairman of the State Committee for tho magnificent work ho has done in the Ho la borod incessantly Hi3 magnetic presence has inspired his clear brain has never and holias wou a srand victory Governor Shoup returned to the city to Ho pleased with the way things have gouoin tho Stato san County Slcturns Special to Complete returns in Logan County GiT AVilson 714 643 o3 Taylor 509 G3S 02Ci Wlpkershanr 530 Roberts son fiS7 TTarroun Morgan Ensign 490 McGowaiC 347 ilciuic of Dysentery Caused By a Poul Pool tn X Oct this village with a population of five hundred there have been no less than fortyfive cases of malignant dysentery within the lust two mouths and many inhabitants in the little liumlots near by have sufferedwJtii The plixsue and some have died and in Ham burg where the disease originated its rav ages have been greatest Twenty deaths havo occurred up to dale The doctors say it is unmistakably a phigiio or of contagious dysentery Others believe the disease is a species of cholera as was pre dicted would follow the last spring foul pool in tho villas o on the cdgo within teii fcot of a largu cemetery For years ID has not been cleaned and oftal lias been ac cumulatinc during all this lime County Pair POUTtiASD Oct DJS Francisco Chronicle Great excitement was caused among the people who attended the fnlr here yesterday by the report persons were dying the olVeoiadrinkinK lemoiiado atone of the boTtlis Ono family of seven personswere takeii home iu conscious state and fully thitty tnorere quired medical assistance No deatlishave yet been reported but several persons are in critical condition caused bytho extracts used A Hebrew Trades Convention Ew YOIIK Oct lirst days ses sion of tho licbrew Convention bc sjau this afternoon at Clarendon Hall Cre diintJjiis were by representing about workingmcn ILouis Millerof the firlttLcrZciiung was elected ciiiifrnum Thehall was especially decorated for the convention and many mottoes wero displayed Abo Kalm was the speaker He hi Hebrew that there wore over Hc workmen this country and If they thoroughly organized they would be a great power in the The qjes tiqns for consideration among others are ifugtory inspection establishing a national organization of Hebrew trades unions the establishment of a strike fund agitation of humiliation shorter hours of labor and bigher wages A Xiink in the GuliOgden ALBUQUEHQUK N Oct to is reported that the Atchison Topeka Santa Fe Company have taken hold of tho proposed Albuquerque Durango road and intend to build it as a link in tho contemplated line from the Gulf The rumor is corroborated by tho fact that tho officers of the road are preparing to contract for large quantities of tics to be got out near Albuquerque An Omaha Embezzler Nabbed NBVT YORK Oct Eial cashier fora business bouFe in was arrested this morning as ho was abflaid the fo sail for arrest was in consequence of a telegram received at police stating that Rial is an embezzler A Northern Pacific Collision Oct accident oc cnrred to the Eastbound passenRCr train TJ Oct f Tho n tali Northern Iran ai 5 oO thi in wo the ofiitials in cart dopofated the Colors on the Northern Pacific a caused by an open switch a train collidmg with an engine standing on the track En gineer JMacewas killed iind a feSinan badly hurt No passengers were injured Burchall Becomes WOODSTOCK Octi Burchall Is said to j lie at last beginning to realize1 his impend ing fate and to showing slight signs of seriousness Airs improving isndw able to leave bedr She seea her husbana since seulfciice was this is a matter entirely within the discre tion of the collectors of customs at tho var ious ports and that tho Department Is not disposed to interfere in tbo matter General Spaulding suid today that he did not anticipate any trouble with regard to the execution of tho new law on tho Pacllic Coast by reason of tbo failure of tho cus tom officers to receive official copies of the law at the date it goes into operation as en tries made on and afterMonday under tho present law can bo readily liquidated under the new rates with very little extra labor INDIAN COMMISSIONERS APPOINTKD Tho President has appointed tho follow ing Commissioners on Indian Affairs W H II Dufur Washington Mark A Fuller Colfax William W Duvall Clear field to visit Warm Springs Indian Jiesorvution in Oregon and report on tho proper location of tho northern line of that reservation and negotiate with the Indians for a cLSsion of part of that reservation John Seplias Forks N IX and Bradley R Smalloy HurJlngton to negotiate with tho Northern band of Cliey eunes int tho Tongue Ixiver Reservation Montana PQSTOFinCE PROMOTIONS Oiiptaln Tames E White Superintendent of tho Sixth division Railway Mail Service with headquarters at Chicago lias been ap pointed General Superintendent of the Rail way Mail Service at Washington vice T Lowrie Bell recently appointed Second As sistant PostmastcrGotierai Lewis L Tray Assistant of iho Sixth di vision has been appointed Superintendent or that division in placo of White The PostiiinsterGeneral has Issued an order pJaciug the Railway Mail Service under tho direct supervision of tho Second Assistant PostmasterGonoral TnViusconn ov REEDS The Speakers desk in tho House is a source of amusement to the few visitors at the Capitol Tho bluo covering has been removed and tho right half of the desk where the gave1of tho Speaker fell is found to be nothing but a mass of splinters about tho of Many of these splin ters were takeii away by visitors as sou venirs of Congress SHIP CONTRACTS The Secretary of tho Navy this afternoon award to William K Cm nip Sons of Philadelphia the contract for the construc tion of two coast lino of battle siiips in creased in length twelve feet overthe De partments plans for each and the contract fortbo construction of a triple screw protected cruiser under the Depart ments plans at their bid of Tho Secretary also notified tho Union Iron Works of San Francisco that they will be given a contract for the construction of ono of tho battle ships on the same plans as tho other two provided they are willing to un dcvtako tho work at being the price at which the Crumps offered one ves sel pins allowed for transportation This is loss tho bid of the Union Works WYOMINGS POPULATION nv COUNTIES The populationof Wyoming by counties is given as follows Albany 8S53 an in crease of Carbon GS09 an increase of 207t an increase of J704 Laramie an increase of Swootwator increase of 2370 Uinta 7S7I Increase of 40fl4 Fremont 2IJ50 Natrona Weston 2413 Converse The city of Cheyenne has an in of Laramic itn increase of liOOO Total1 for the Stntc an increase of since IfiSO THIS SANVltANCISCO ACCEPTED Orders wero issued from the Navy De partment today tu the Commandant of tho navy yard at Mare Island to accept cruiser No 5 known as San The report of the trialboard of which Com modore John Irwiu was president gave the ship on her trial1 test an average speed of knots an hour an allowance of one and fortytwo seconds being made on account of the necessity for stopping the forced to two lower furnace air duels to boilers in the sucund fireroom from forward during the latter part of tbo run and 11 of the furnaces In the for ward flsoixiiif iifieen minutes This water was discovered coming into the foiwsird lireroom where it had been used for circulating through the guide spaces on the bearings and crank pins andthe extra water to apply on the eccentrics had drained into the bilge wells and risen to a point higher than the drainvalve in tbo forward boiler compartments which opens into the main drain that connects withthe bilge wheels As this valve was accidentally open the the bilge pump backed up through tbo drain pipo valve onto tbe fire room floor and partially filled the two lower furnaces and ducts of the boilers in the second fire room forward Without this allowance of 1 minute and 42 seconds of was knots The board states the cause for closing down was entirely outside of the working of the engines and boilers as required by the contract The vessels speed during the lasc fifteen minutes of the run was knots per hour and by the patect log she averaged for tho four hours REPORT In report Governor Warren es timates the population of Wyoming at some bo passed A CUSTOM HOUSE CRUSH STAMPJBDK OF JfKW VOJIK PORTERS FOR OLD The Clerics Overwhelmed by u Surging 3ass of Ro oelveil Up to Midnight THE OVEBUUID GLUB RACES Opening Day of the Fall Meeting at Deliver THE BASEBALL SEASON CLOSES Boston Loads the Brotherhood Clubs and tho Brooklyiis are the HiejiKuo Champions Tho Cincinnati Deal Bicycle Kecord YORK most intense prevailed in about the Oustom all diy Whole troops of importers and brokers kopi coming and going U oclock approached tho num bers increased until iho rotunda was filled with a solid mass of which jostled poshed and All wished pot thoiientries in under tho old law and stood ready to oiMricn iho moment the vessels were sighted at Fire Island By reason of it boins Saturday tho Cus tom House was to havo closed at 3 oclock this afternoon but iho mass of importers and brokers in Custom Ilouso was so fiieat at oclock that Col lontor Krhardt an nounced tho time extended until J oclock Each moment after U oclock tlio excitement became Rreatcr and those in rotunda ajjpearod to be They siioutctl yelled and made futile efforts move about The clerks jn the various divisions were swamped with business Not for years has such a scene been enacted in Uio Cus tom House Tho Collector was also in a quandary His cilice wns jammed full of importers who waved rolls and shouted to him not to close The pressure on the Collector became so proat thatfinallyho telegraphed Secretary Wiiulom for advice The Secretary goon replied for the Collector to use his discretion in the Accordingly tho Collector I Of tho New York Atlilotlo Club ia one hour decided to keep the Custom Houseopen un twentysix minutes and fiftyfive Got to The fall mooting of tho Overland Park Club today with about 500 spectators present Tho track was la excellent condi tion aad tho day all that could bo wished for such sport up to 4 oclock vhon a driz zHng rain began to full Tho first raco was a runnluc for a pursa of 5200 of which S50 went to second borso for all ages maidens allowed if throo yeara old fivo pounds if four years old eight pounds if live years old or upwards twelve pounds one mile The following horses wok the track when tho boll tapped Car lisle Shioldss b g Governor Adams 113 Ed Gaylors ch p Tom Dalov D OBrieud b f Mlnnio Lor4 Oglevies b g Alllo tlO Each carried con sideranlo nionoy Governor Adams tha Vueblo candidate lining rather fancied than tho rest At tho second time of asking they got away with Govurnor Adams n shade in advance 1assing tho stand Daley led with Adamg nt his saddle girth Minnie Klklns a gocd tliird Allic last Ax tho no perceptible cluuifio except that was hopelessly out of it At tho baok strotoli rftoo between Tom Daley and Governor Adams was i pretty one the running neck and neok ISutcring stretch Kelloy cawo up vritb a rush on Minnie Klkins passing Governor Adams nul made a play for tho leader In tho ruu home Dutoy in front winning by half a length Minnie Elklns second overnor Adams thrd Time 1 ii Tlio second race was tho Colorado 84 Lcger for niJo vnd a furlong entrance aad SOi added by tho club Hut throo Mitored Ollio Benjamin b g 122 f H2 and Outdo eh c Ollio Ben lamtn won Guido second Egypt third Third raco running purse S200 six fmv ongs tho winner to bo sold at auction The following horses were entered Blue iock Ohlcksisaw Mart Waldon lusticc King Faro 111 Jnstico won easily Mart second Chiekasaw third tapper fourth Blue Itock fifth King II sixth Xinio An Amateur Record Broken BOSTON Oct 25mile bicycle ace under the auspices of the Boston Ath ctic Association today was made sting by tho breaking of theamateur rd for that distance by Van Wagoner til 12 oclock tonight The importers cheered Tho steamships City of Chi and City of tbo latter from Havana with a cargo of tobacco are expected to arrive tonight A l p m the City of Chicago was entered and a groat pan of tho waiting crowd was relieved At Steamer with n cargo of laces silks and velvets was entered There was stil due the Etruriu Thingvalla and and uiews o them was anxiously awaits At j m it became known that the Etruria ha been sighted bar at p n Atone minute of 12 the captain of th Ktruria had not arrived Ten second later when half tlm lights wor a carriago came on a rus to the door and a great shou went up From it jumped Captain Ilaineb who was Immediately behindthe countc and entered his vessel jnst before the cloc struck Three cheers and a tige were given for him Tho captain had com up in a special nnd was driven at breakneck pace from the dock to the cus torn house The receipts at the custom house today were the second largest amoun taken in there since the war Tho receipt for the week were over six million dollars MRS RATIIBORNKS COMPDAINT She Says Her Husband Treated Her With Frightful Brutality CHICAGO Octi San Franciscoj Chronicle Th sequel to the scandalous Rathobrno affair which has caused such a commotion am Chicagos camejtoday in a bill for divorce jfiled by Mrs Katliborne In it she says they were married iu 1S78 anc lived happily together until 18S3 whon he began to manifest that bad temper anc ugliness which afterwards characterized b5s conduct but slut boro with him for the sake of peace and tfc avoid public scandal re mained September 1st of this year after submitting to indignities too frightful the wjlfo says to mention she was unable to standjhis conduct any longer anc left htm She charges him drunken ness infizleUty land brutal treatment and further alleges that he has converted into cash certain properties belonging to her and has never made an accounting Thoniiis Burton and child were riding Burton was killed and the child was dangerously injured thing iu excessof These figures are f urulshed by the census supervisor but tbe Governor is of the opinion that they do not represent theiehtire population owing to the difficulty in taking the census in such a limited ii The assessed valuation of taxable prop erty in the State 4s which the report states not more than onethird the There is a cash balance itrthp treasury of and the bonded indebtedness The Governor number of eattleinthe State is about the same as last biit there are fewerlarge herds and many hiore small The coal mines and oil of which fhereare many are being worked to of public lands jbe tn creasbdrithat take1 measures tp of mountoiri streams stpraee treseryoirs that tbe bPHionatorl its arid lands atid authoiity W to tax persons pying and At Morris Park and Lratonfa MORRIS PAEK Oct Mile Eon won Madstouo second B B Millionthird Time i a Bally Hoo won Bradford secoud Gunwad third Time Hartdown bandiciip mile and oneeighth Ecpartee wop Diablo second Neva third Tirue j Titian stakes for twoyearolds Titian course 1400 Equity won Kildeer second Jlerai Filly third Time Mosblur stakes for threeyearolds mile and Tournament won Master lode second Chesapeake third Time Threequartjsrs of a mile Servitor won Mr Lass Donahue third Time i LATOXIA Oct Mile and twentyfive yards Neva p won Robin second Klng like third Tijne Mile and a sixteenth Sleckie Pantaiettc secpnd J T third Time Mile MajorjTom won Ellsie second Con signee third jtJme Mile andthrtesixteenths Bfcirney Stoce won Sllvcjr Lake second W G Morris third Time V Fiveeighths of a mileliady Washing ton won Burdelja second Miss Hawkins third Time The ClBciiiTiati Kascalities GotrtJMBTJS 4 Governor Catnp belJstated that he would probably call an Legislature to convene about October for the purpose of action see coi7tiectionwith to Board of provetnents as in other government Tho best previous time was that of A A MoCurdy at Waltham in 1880 but todays time was fully fivo seconds lower and VM made over a muddy road The Chicago Staler Sold Moimis PAitK Chicago racing stable at one time the moat powerful racing stable in America went out of existence this morning All of tho honwi wero disposed of by Auctioneer Easton fancy prices wero realized but the bidding was spirited Kalcolah brought mont Too Blackburn 1 S2205 Pizana The Baseball Season Closed CHICAGO Oct 4 The championship season of tho National and bail leagues closed tills afternoon tho first few weeks of tho past season la teresfc in the game in tho East has died out wonderfully and this week Instead of being in tho past excitement at various points over tho closing of tho Con tests and the standing of the different cluta tho interest has if anything lessoned The Players League teatus finished In tha following order Boston Brooklyn New York Chicago Philadelphia Pittsburg Cleveland Buffalo The Nationals stand Brooklyn Chicago Philadelphia Cincinnati Boston Now Cleveland Pittsburg Tho Cincinnati Deal CINCINNATI Oct Tho baseball doal consummated and the Cincinnati team transferred to tho Players League It understood the consideration was cash Tho lease of the grounds iras alio transferred for threo yoars It is under stood that one feature of tho agreement was that tho old managers should not en engage Jn tho baseball business in Cinoin nati without tho consent of Brother hood The Players Brotherhood PITTSBUTO Twoverv indifferent gamos Tvere played today Pittsburg won tho first from Boston fcj a score of ten to Pitchers Maul and Daly The second game bad to be called at the end of the sixth on account of darkness Boston win ning by A score of seven to three Pitcnerj Toner And Qumbcrt The game between the Cleveland delphia Brotherhood teams was called at the end of the seventh on account of darkness Up to that time it had been a wnlkovet for tha visit ors who wero batting Gruberfi delivery ovtt the lot Cleveland 4 Philadelphia 0 Pitchers Gruberand Tbo Bisons couldnt hit Sowdcrs at Brooklyn had a comparatively easy time witll Twitehell Buffalo 0 Brooklyn 5 CHICAGO Chicago and New York tried to play ball to Jny but the affair was with park swamp rain falling and only 200 spectators The game was finally called at end of fifth it ling The score was a caca and The National The Cleveland and Philadelphia Iiespue texnc closed the season ivitU two Barnes the team winning boiti by superior hitting ud fielding Clevelaiid S Philadelphia I Pitchers Young and Victory Cleveland 7 Philadelphia 3 Pitchers Young and Gleason The American Aeebclatlo 7 Athletics Syracuse 6 Athletics i ST St 2 Toledo 4 EOCHKBTIB i Rochester 2 Baltimore 5 v Louisville 3Colmnbm 6 Destructive Prairie   

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