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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT ALlTHE OTHER DAILIES CITY COWIBtNED I THE MOST EXTENSIVE BEST MEDIUI ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION VOL SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY OCTOBER 7 1890 PRICE FIVE WALDERSEE JIc Failed to Recognize tbe Kaisers THE EMEEROBS PLANS WERE REJECTED plated that the prosecution had telegraphed two doctors in Clonmel to examine OMa honey ijid a third from to oxarnlne the defendant Ho expected the doctors would appear In court later and testify us to OManonoys condition and therefore asked the Court to take a further adjournment Rnnan said that OMalumoy through his solicitor hud placed tho Court The Dawning of a Now Era in the Fathorluiridtho Irish NationalisiK Hold it Tippcrury jSoww of Kurope Oct Dispatch Ban Francisco Chronicle Series Kald that an extra credit of marks will bo asked of tho Uuichstag in tlie budget for 1SOO1 this Immense sum is to bo expended in the building of now barracks In garrison towns and the remainder is to divided as increased pay among sub lieutenants and sergeants Thoro is no doubt tliat these proposals will bo opposed tooth and nail A few months ago Count Von Waldorsr chief of the general stall who stands In the relationship o undo to tho Emperor on his wifes had tho misfortune to rejoet a memorandum on military strategy which had been HOttt to his olllco anonymously but of which the Emperor himself wan the aulhoi1 Tho thereupon referred the kou ment to Field Marshal Von Mrtltke and tho latter decided that tho Emperors judgment was right and WaJrlorseos wrong The Emperors uncle narrowly escaped being ro Hoved of Ms post on account of this inci dent bill the affair was patched up until one day during the Sllosian manoiivers a fortnight ago tho TCmperor ordered GOUT eral Von to lead an assault ou the position of tho supposed enemy directly In contradiction to the plans laid down hy Count Von Waldersee LesseKlnski who en joys the Imperial favor succeeded In carry ing out this movement entirely to his Malcstys satisfaction and it Is now expected Count Von Waklorseo will have to hand In his long expected resignation Even his rileco tho Empress will not be able to frilm tills time and is already looked upon as his successor Ttio have also proved to bo Mio death blow to the ambitions of RoarAd mirals Schorhig and Peschen who will resign in duo time Four German admirals havo now had their say on tho valuo of Heligo land as a Geiman possession Their opin ions are evenly divided Tho last Admiral Co apeak Is Herr Itatsch and his opinion Ls that tho island Is of little Importance Though Chancellor Oaprlvi has now been six months In ofllco ho has not yet sued a single person for libel This Is in marked contrast with the career of his predecessor tho Iron Chancellor who was In tho habit of Instituting on an average 150 libel suits annum As additional evidence that a now era has dawned In the beloved fatherland It may be mentioned that trials for treason In tho minor degree maicntc havo almost dla from the records In Prussia in a while however an over States Attorney In some petty State of the German confederation pulls a poor follow up on such IL charge An Instance ot the kind occurred this week at Gatha where Tlorr Bashart editor of tho Gatha TdfjNatt has been In dieted for the conduct of tho reigning Prince of Bulgaria who forsooth Is a cousin of his tho Duke of BaxoGoburgGatha Now that the banished socIaUstsaro again with us and it Is admitted on all sides that tholr expulsion was a mistake tho Catholics are preparing monster petitions to tho Itolohstag praying that tho edicts against the Jesuits and similar Catholic orders may be revoked Tho Bavarian Cnthollos are especially loud in clamoring for the return tho while the paucity of Catholic orders Is set forth as a special argument In favoro of a recall of the monastic orders in other Catholic districts The moment appears to bo well selected for putting forward thuso demands and as the manifesto was a Kisnmreklnn rather than a inouarchlal It iniy be hoped that the young Kmporor who has tho prinolple of liberty of opinion so much at heart may look wirh fivvor upon tho peti A NATIONALIST CONFERENCE Dillon declared Mr Konans statement untrue flo had his best to procure the attendance of OMahoney in court OBrien said the defendonts had a right to complain against the course of tho prosecution Ro nans remark was addressed to an audience j In England ami was designed to Injure the I defendants I A scone ot confusion ensued Konan ro j poated his remarks again and again Dillon loudly denied them Tho defendants In tho meantime protested against the charges made by the prosecutor When order was again partially restored Dillon warmly pro tostcfi against the Court taking any further Mo maintained that In jus tice no warrant could be issued for tho ar rost until tho Court heard the testimony of his doctors Another heated wrangle than took place between the Crown prosecutor and Dillon Tho Court finally granted Konans request and a further adjonrrnunc was taken Tho action of the defendants who are on ball will llkoly result in thelrcommlttal to tho Clon mel jail for contempt of court When court resumed Dr Nadin testified that OMahoney would bo unable to attend for at least four days Ultimately the trial was adjourned until Friday OF THE DOCKMEN THE KEWTARIFF ALL RIGHT Jay Could and Russell Sage Have Said It IT WILL NOT CREATE A PANIC If the Cost of Necessaries Is In creased the People Must Use and Wear Their Clothes Says Protection Makes Lower Prices They Are So Extortionate That Ship ping Is Forced Elsewhere Oct managers of the Allan Wilson steamship linos wrote to Thprnas Matin tho labor agitator a month ago Htatlng as reputed that tho strikers at Albert Dock demanded such extortionate pay amounting to from 15 to 20 shillings dally that they constituted a sudous im pediment to tho coal and grain trades Grain shifting they said Is performed in Liverpool and Now York at onothird of tho cost at which it is done in London Later in another letter Hills says ho will bo obliged to lay up some Now York stoamors unless somo system of piece work Is introduced and that London will hocomo a prohibitive port unless something Is dono Mo must quit Albert Dock lie adds Because tho Hudson Bay Company refused to satisfy tho demands of tho dockmon who assumed a threatening attitude and actually Htolo a number of soalsklns Mann has not replied to these letters Tho London boats of the Wilson lino have all returned to tho JVIllwall dockt tho man agement finding it impossible to pub up any longer with the condition of affairs A Ilusfihui Baron on Trial ST IKTttKsnimn Oct trial exciting groat Interest in court circles is that o Baron Naldi charged with forgery and thi cmboxKluniont of roubles Tho wifi of tho baron implored tho Czarina to socuVi pardon Tor her husband but the Czar is in DTtis expected that COO witnesses will bo called lUssldos Naldi a number of person inomlnont in aristocratic circles are Impli cated in tho forgoilos Elected to Visit America und KeKolutions Adopted Dot conference ot Irish Nationalists called by Parnoll was held to day Part of tho business was tho selection of a deputation to America nrid lay bo Jore tho people of that country a plain Btfltcmont of tho situation of affairs in Ire land John Dillon William OBrien Thomas Power Sullivan and Abram Gill appointod Tho pro ceedings oC thn convention were conducted In prlvato Thoro was a vory largo attend ance Tho most prominent Nationalists woro present Justin McCarthy moved Mi o adop tion of four resolutions all of which Ii previously submitted to TarnoH Tho first pledges tho fullest support of tht National Leaguo to tho tenants tlmwtonoc with ruin n consequence of tho course adopted hy tho and landlord syndicates Tho second demands that cer distressed districts In tho southern anc western parts tt Ireland be given especla consideration by the Government and thai measures bo lakou at onco for tho reHof oj tho Inhabitants The Government called upon to inaugurate a series of public Im piovomonts for the purpose of giving em ployment to tho people enabling them to MI pport themselves without charitable assistance Tho third oundoninsln omphatlo terms the action of tho Government In caus ing tho arrest of OBrien Dillon and other Nationalist loaders Tho fourth suys tho Nationalist party Is compelled by circum stances to make an appeal to Its friends everywhere in behalf of the Irish tenants and looks especially to Its friends in America to subscribe generously for the benefit of tho Irish people This appeal tho resolution gays is made most unwillingly but tho des perate strait in which tho Irish tenants are now placed madti it absolutely necessary that aid bo asked from friends and sympa thizers throughout tho world A Swiss Conference Oct to tho closeness o the vote in the canton of Tecluo on tho question of a revision of the Constitution tho JUindoarath had summoned a conference of Liberals and Conservatives with a view to eltooting a settlement satisfactory to both parties Keeping Peace in the Army Oct hundred hussars anc tf0 extra policemen have arrived at Clon rnol It believed their presence Is duo to foarsi of a collision between tho Berkshire and Eighteenth regiments Both are quar tered in Pol tod tho Police Oct S pro Iran in Prussian Silesia tho police tried to disperse a social ist mooting when tho populace pelted the police with stones The military was called out and eight of bho ringleaders arrested Monument Oct monument was un veiled today at A to tho thirteen mar tyrs of the Hungarian revolution of 10 Tho whole nation subscriber to tho coat of tho Boilermakers Strike LoisDON Oct hoilormakors at Newportand on mouth havo struck The question in dispute is whether the holler makers or the engineers shall do angle iron work Twelve Men Drowned LONDON Oct British steamer Ouse sunk a bark crow of tho bark drowned off Flushing twelve men The wore IS OMAHONEY IL10 The Question That Occupied the Attention of tho Tippcrary Court Dunoiw Tho Magistrates Court at Tipperary before which tho ot Bil lon OBrien and others is heina heard re convened this morning Their counsel Red nondand Timothy Healy wore absont in consequence of tin important engagement elsewhere In behalf of OMahoney Dillon produced certificates from two Clonmel doctors stating that ho was seriously ill and thatit was Impossible for him to at tend the trial Ronau prosecutor for the Crown objected to the certificates as not a valid excuse anc insisted that tho doctors be summoned to testify as to tho patients condition Dillon said the doctors certificates would have to bo accepted as evidence The doc tors themselves refused to come to court to the statements they had at ready imicto i Bonan asked the Court to adjourn for half hour to enajblo the to decide the charge against be or an application made for his arrest Tiho Upon the reassembling of court Ronatv A Dutch Kegcncy Oct A mooting of tho Cabinet will shortly bo summoned to pro claim a regency in consequence of the ill ness tho King Tho Czars Uncle 111 ST PUTKUSHURO Oct i Grand Duke Nicholas uncle of tho Czar Is in a critical condition A cancerous alTootlon hus at tacked his brain The Prince VIENNA Oct traveling of Wales in Austria Prince of Wales has arrived in this city Switchmen Strike on HAUTE Oct fi Tho Supremo Council of the Federation of RailwayEm ployees has been called to meet at Houston next Thursday to consider troubles on the Houston Texns Central Road from the employment of colored switchmen Grand Master Wilkinson of the Switchmens Union has been there several days but is unable to effect a settlement The company refuses to dis charge its colored employees If a strike should bo opened on tho Houston Texas Central It might involve all of the Hunting ton Hnca in tho Southwest and thus bo a matter of grave importance Grand Secre tary Dobbs sixkl tohight before leaving this is tho first instance of race trouble coming before tho federation and the matter is liable to bo a serious one Ho said not one of all tho railroad organi zations accept colored men as members White employees are endeavoring to raise wages in the South but colored labor can bo procured cheaper Tho colored men tmvp organizations but they are not affili ated with tho white organizations Would lake to Help McKinlcy TVASTUNOTOJJ Oct Secretary Blaine said this afternoon that ho could not tell positively wfiether he will be able to take an active part in the Ohio campaign or to accept the Invitation to attend the exposi tion at Atlanta He would like vory much he said to go to Ohio in McKinloys inter est just fts in would give him pleasure to go to Atlanta business of tho Depart ment is so pressing he did not see very well hov he could beaibsout YOUK Oct Francisco Chronicle Series Gould has written the following article on the effect of tho new tarill tariff like all other great and sud den changes lias the country to such an extent that the people now hardly know whether they are afoot or on horseback Tho sad results however will not be per manent The country will soon accommo date itself TO tho change In fact tho trouble has been largely discounted by an ticipation of tho operation of the tariff I do not believe that the approach of February 1st the limit of time for the with drawal ofgoods from bond without payment of Increased duties will cause stringency in the money markets This cause alone will not bo suIHclent to create a stringency This country Is largely dependent on Europe for its financial condition If any thing happens to disturb business creating high rates for money ib will naturally How from America to tho other side If there should bo such a disturbance in Europe between now and February 1st there would bo tight money here If things in Europe continue in an oven there need ho no far as I am able to see the new tarilTwili cause financial distress in this country 1 cannot see that the new tariff oC itself will be a disadvantage to the country If it increases the cost of sonic articles the peo ple will simply use less of them Take wool for Instance If tho tarilV on wool makes J clothing cost more a person will got along with onesuit whore he would otherwise have j two Iron may betaken for another examj pie Despite the reduction the iron Indus tries of this country will prosper I IT on steel rails Is reduced a ton but the change will not lot in any more Englis rails It is tho same in all branches of in Matters seem to work out thoi own solution Production and consumptio will have more to do with ihe situation tha anything Use Tho products of the countr have to find a market and if they cannc find at high prices they must find It at liuve prices It is possible that labor may be ben elltcd by tlur creation of now Industrie tinder MIC tariff but I do not look for an great Increase in the mtiiiiifacturlng inter csts solely from the tarill The country i growing and industries will increase an enlarge to keep company with its growth AS HUSSEIN VJKWS IT Sage over his signature makes the fol lowing comment on the jMoKinloy bill ofloct of the now tarill on the oon sinners will nofc bo adverse tiome com petition will reduce prices oi all products a low as they ought When no facilities for nil Is ii this country they cost a toil Acarlf and the establishment of mills h ore brough rails clown to 828 a on and a profit in manufacture was earned at fchis price Within my own experience iron sold at a ton and it was poor quality at has since been reduced to Tn accom pllshlng the reductions which T have named this country employed its own labor and kept its gold athomo instead of sending awayto tho labor of other countries The future of tho country is one of con tinned prosperity and growth There wil will bo checks but these will be beneficial When speculation goes beyond the bounds of healthy enterprise a stringency intho money market has 1 restrains rash undertakings and keeps values within propel limits Our Govern ment is strong and commands tho confidence of the people to agreater extent than a any previous time Inits S Vv tho groat broker says Any now system of valuations in com mercial affairs always is attended with some friction in its first operation I believe that tho recent tariff laws are on tho whole very wise and that they will not need revision in years and that when tho public gets the bearings oiled tho new machine will run with satisfaction to our commercial mei and profit to tho A MYSTERIOUS SUICIDE A Young Girl in Nebraska Takes a Fatal Dose OMAHA Oct to TRIB 7cc special from Palmyra says There is intense excitement over the mysterious death of a young girl named Dolly Leserve Late last night James Fudge the girls brotherinlaw sat her enter the place of business of O E Kofct man and followed When he arrived the girl had disappeared arid Eottman said she had asked permission to pass through the building to escape some young men on the street About 11 oclock last night Dollys two sisters who sleep with her at their in the country noticed that something was wrong with her Dolly was In convulsions and died in five minutes Between spasms she acknowledged that she had taken poison Russia Protecting the Seals SAN FRANCISCO Oct steamer from Siberia brings news that tfie Kussian Government proposes next year to protect the seal rookeries Russian war vessels are now cruising in BehringSca with instructions to peremptorily seize any vosselfonnd sealing within the prescribed shore limit which is five miles It is stated that vessels which recently started on seal ing cruises will not cruise in Behring Sea proper They will station themselves at a narrow pass called Unimak through which the seals pass on their way to the rookeries arid there slaughter them by wholesale Knowledge of fact influenced the Alaska Company in making a contract for ten years instead of twenty as hereto MISS COULTRES STORY IE THOUSAND ADAY Amount of Work Done by the Pension Oiliee THE COMMISSIONERS ANNUAL REPORT Business Expedited Under the Com pleted Files Coin age Populations of Several States Given SHE TALKS ABOUT THE MORMONS TO GENERAL OBill EN The Traffic in Deluded Girls Should Be Stopped by the They Live in the Settlements Still in Central America CITY OF GUATEMALA Ocit Advices ay the Guatemalans and Salvadorians are frontier War has ecipitated owing inability of the GuiVtonul Government to exchange prisoners i with The first nanicd 3oVernmenfc shot every Salvadorean soldier captured in thelate war j OLake Superior miners wont on a strtkp f or an in crease ofwag6s feints Th 3500 m i nors loiupldy ed j Superior HiintinKtoi on ShakeUp YORK Oct P Huntington said yesterday ho expects to start for the Pacific slope just as soonas his business hero per mits When asked if there was any foun dation for statements printed in some San Francisco papers that his advent there will be followed by another shakeup of tho ex ecutive forces of Southern Pacitic Hunting ton said ho was not aware that any shake up is contemplates no changes Ho should not make any unless ho found persons drawing money from the road were returning no equivalent there from Uo was determined to run the road on business principles keep it out of Only I he Masons Baneel CHICAGO Oct Timers Cincinnati A circular that excites much comment was eacl in the Catholic churches yesterday at Uovlngton It was in effect that Odd Fol ows Knights of Pythias Knights of ionor and other societies ex cept the Masonic order are no longer barredfrom the Catholic Church Vhlle no explanation is given ib is learned hat this was the principal topic discussed it the council of Bishops in Boston several veoks ago It wasconsideredadvisable however that as little publicity be given tho matter as possible and let the Catholics become edu cated to the through the pastors of the church Tho Cedar Falls Rent case of Morris K Jossup vs the Illinois Central Railroad the Dubuquo Sioux City and the Ce dar Minnesota Railway under a bill tiled hi the United States an opinion was filed by Justice Harlan of the Supreme holding that while tho Illinois is not liable for rent that tboleasa between thG Dubuque Sioux City arid Falls Railway is goodnd valid that under ittho THibuque liable to Morris K trustee for the bondholders of the Cedar Falls road rent now due which hus been deposited In of the court amounting to over A irivipnlyaiifi6 BOISE Cixr oOct to TRIB UNE from says No 4 a passenger wrecked near engine and tender were thrownfromtiio1 track and badly wrecked and a mail thrown oil Fireman a rd was enghip and tender and He cannot liveV The badly George Long who was badly Tho cause NEW YORK Oct Coultre of Grave City who recently arrived from Salt Lake she has been doing mis sionary work today submitted a statement to Genera James B R L tendent of Immigration with a view to aid ing those interested in stopping the immi gration of Mormon converts to this country She says having been a resident of Salt Lake City two and during that time having made a study of the Mormon de sires to aid in suppressing the traffic now going on with ignorant unsuspicious for eigners by the Mormons The Mormon Church she says pays for the passage to this country of converts and then pays their railroad faro to Salt Lake her experience she says she knows this to bo a fact Ignorant converts come to SaltLake City tilled with promises of a lifeofease luxury and with an idea that the Church will aid in their support Instead this tlioy are housed like animals in miserable little huts Upon the grinding laborlof they converts tho Mormon Church flourishes They have to pay onetenth of all they possess and onetenth of to support tho Church Many Mormon mouts use sagebrush for fuel and haveao subsist principally on fish which they dry and keep Tor food in the winter How they so manage it is a says Miss Coultre Why the Mormon elders bring over so many young ignorant girls is only too well known to those of us who have cared to investigatethe matter These girls have no voice in tho1 matter of their disposal and they soon arc to bespiritual wives to some ofthe basest creatures the Church produces Oh how earnestlythey wish they were in their own land and away from thodutches of those Mormon tyrants But there is very little hope for them after they once getin their clutches Why not stop them in New York before they have become imbuedwith vice beyond our help Miss Coultre says she could cite scores or cases that came under her attention In the case of one Scotch woman enticed to Salt Lake by her own brother che old woman when she found out the practices of the Mormons refused to have anything to do with them but her children wore enticed from her and are now living livesof sin In conclusion Miss Coultre says Know ing as I do so well from personal observa Oct annual report of Pension Commissioner Raum shows that there were at the end of the last fiscal year pensioners upon as follows Army invalid pensioners army widows minor children and depen dent relatives navy invalid pen sioners 5274 navy widows with children and dependent relatives 2460 survivors of tho war of 1812 413 widows of soldiers of the war of 1812 survivors of the Mox lean war widows of soldiers of tho Mexican war 7f4 There were original claims allowed in the year 1476 more original claims than allowed during tho fiscal year 18SO and fiSf more than allowed during the fiscal year 1SSS Tho amount of first payments in the original cases amounted to being more than tho first payments on tho original claims al lowed during tho fiscal yoar 1S89 and more than 1S8S Otthe system of complete organ ised by him tho Commissioner says in part By the system of complete filos tho claimant has the right upon proper that his uhiiin is complete u have it immediately placed upon tho completed fiks and token up in order for adjudication Claims placed upon the com pleted file aro taken up within a week for action and itfound complete are immediately allowed Jf proof is lacking a call is immediately made upon the claimant to supply the deficiency and upon receipt of the required proof the claim is again taken up for consideration To the last day of June claims were placed upon the Congress files upon requests made upon behalf of claimants This system tho effect of enabling many thousand claimants whoso claims have been pending from five to twenty years to bring their claims to tho attention of the bureau for adjudication and allowance and complaints of dciay have been re duced to a minimum This system throws the responsibility upon the claimant and his attor ney of having the claim adjudicated and ha prevail more satisfactory than tho old system o leaving the selection of claims for adjudicatio to the discretion of clerks As n result changes in the busines methods of the ollice more work was accom pHshed in a given time thai was ever periorme On the 21st of October 1889 when I too charge of the oJIlco the work of adjudicatin claims and issuing certificates had during th period from July 1SS9 fallen far behind th same period for the previousfiscal year Fror October 20 1880 to June 30 1890 there was a increase in adjudication of claims and issuing o certificates greatly in excess of the same pcrio ofthe preceding llscal year This is shown b tho following statement Number of certificates issued during year endin Tune total number of certificate issued during year ending June 30 SSO an increase in 1890 over 18SQ of Total orig issued during year ending Jun 30 1890 total original certificates issue duringyoar onding June 30 an in This grejit amount of work was accomplishes by the distributing clerks who composed th Hoard of Review among the other divisions um calling in forty specialexaminers from the field thusadding eighty persons to the force for th adjudication of claims and particularly by con work of the ojllco for five days ii the week upon the adjudication of claims as pro vided for in order No creating a system o completed In June hist I detailed 110 persons as an add force Tor special examination making ii all 333 on duty field As a result of efforts the number of cases now in the hands o the special examination division has been re ducea from to 7821 Of these only ahou 5000 are in the hands of tun special examiners the others being in transit to andfrom tho ollice The Commissioner invites attention to the difference in amount between the rate of 830 per month drawn granted by the act o March 3 1883 to pensioners so disabled a to be incapacitated for labor and 72 the amount granted to pensioners who require the regular aid and of anothei person There are many claimants incapac itated for manual abor and who periodically require the aid and other per sons hut who are unable to establish the tract Inn for and also being less than the bid of tho Union Iron NVorks for a single vessel under the original plans of tho Government It is the Departments desire that tho three vessels shall be built on tho same plan and tho San Francisco company is al lowed more than the eastern com pany in order to cover a portion of the addi tional expense in transportation of steel ami other materials OOVEKXOK rRINCBS PEPORT Governor Friuie of Now Mexico in his annual report makes an earnest appealfor settlement of the question of land titles in that Territory Of the 2 3 grants presented to the SurveyorGeneral for action testi mony has been taken in H2t and reports made to the Interior Department Previous to 1S70 Congress acted upon only fortyfour of these cases and during the next decade has acted upon but one arid since 1S70 not mraipted to consider any cases whatever The plan of having Congress act upon these claims ho says is a failure During the year tho entries of pnblro lands aggregated 1773 of which 423 were homesteads and 03 preemptions The total assessed value of the property of the Territory is and the Territorial indebtedness is Tho crops of kinds are fully up to the average and a larger acreage was planted this year thau ever before The cattle industry ha greatly improved of late The sheep own ers also had a good year Tho mining industry is in a flourishing condition The total output of gold silver load and copper aggregated over Tho Governor in conclusion makes strong plea for Statehood and says thn none of tho Territories recently admitted compare with Now Mexico in population wealth intelligence or every quality neces sary to build up a prosperous Statehood A NATIONAL BANK TJKPOUT The Comptroller of Currency has called a report of the condition of the Nat ion a banks at tho close of business on Thursday October AT MGLELLANS 6BAVE A ROBBERS ROOST N UTAH Region Infested by Desperadoes Rustlers and Renegade Indians JOE BUSH IN THE LA SAL MOUNTAINS THE COMTTS IE PAIUSS TRIBUTE TO 1I1S He Is George W Childs and Given a Reception at Will Write Book tion the state of these Mormon converts I If act of requirement of constant aid and at do hope tho American people may come to realize it as their duty to consider this mat ter ns one of vital importance to our Gov ernment and try to have prohibitory meas ures enacted in regard to bringing these people Not only would it benefit these peo ple themselves but the whole country for surely people who take the oaths they are obliged to take would not become good lawabiding JJenihi County Returns OITV Idaho Oct to is the vote of Lomhi county on tho State ticket with one small precinct to hear from 350 Wilson 219 336 157 Lieutenant 340 Taylor 242 Secretary of 3il Sherwin 241 336 Wickersham 247 i 242 241 AttorneyGeneral Roberts 331 Johnson 240 Superintendent of Harroun 341 Kelley LoganCounty Majorities Following are the majorities ticket in Logan county Maho Shoup Governor 131 Sweet omrress T3Q Willey Lieutenant Governor 140 Phikbain Secretary oi State 123 Coffin loody Tohnson General 21 Harroun Superinteudent if I ThafeVassar Girl Story FRANCISCO herej xpress amusement at New York stating that Louis Bessant a young neclical student vfrom Paris windled put of by on a scheming American girl arid a gradu ol weeksago woman vho has an unpronounceable ind who speaks very 1 ittle Englisharrived n this city aninniate of i house of bad repute his has resumed his ions eing a lass of men who The cfc President left tcndanco He reccommends that a rate of permonth be created for them There have been received claims to September 30th under the disability pen sion act of June 27th Tho care of such an enormous number of claims received in so short taxed the resource of to tho fullest extent the work ran up to moro than pieces of mail per day to be opened classified and properly disposed of At this writing October the Division is handling claims a day It is believed there are probably over 000 claims in tho office which can be prop erly allowed under tbe provisions of tho regulation approved September 16th ISflO In conclusion tho Commissioner the act of June 27 the first disability pensionlaw in the history of the world which granted to soldiers arid sailors a pen sion for disabilities not proved to be re ceived in the service arid in the line of duty This law recognizes a higher Obligation of their disabled veterans than was ever formulated into law before Noth ing shall be left undone by this bureau to give effect to this latest expression of the gratitude of the people to thesoldiers who savedthe Republic SITjVJni COINAGE FIGURES issue of silver from the mints during the October 3rd was The issue of standard silver dollars during the corresponding period of last year was The shipments of fractional silver coin duringvSeptember were CENSUS ANNOUNCEMENTS State of Indiana an increase in the past ten years of Michigan an increase of New Mex ico an increase of an increase of city of San t4ago an increase of 1600city of o904 a decrease of 83 Assistant the Collector of Townsend AY to receive from the United Marshal1 for that district all Chinese custody who have been convicted of illegal UnitedStates and cause thsirreturn at the Governments u VANINDIAN Secretary Procter issued an ordersetting military of Fort together Witb all ahd for Indianschool DIPIJOMATIC APPOINTKENTS President Charles Perinsyiyanja of in Via sixrstory bu 11 d aB S tate stree t t qu a caused losses Thayer su ppl The fl 1 Nrew YORK Oct Comte do Paris and party left this morning for Philadel phia Tho Cointo expressed himself de lighted with his cordial reception here His first stop will bo at Trenton whore the omte will visit tho tomb of General Mc Olellan At Wooton his country seat eorge W ChiJds will entertain the party at luncheon This evening the Loyal Legion of Philadelphia will give a reception to the party It is the intention of the Comte while visiting tho old battlefields in the South to visit the manufacturing districts and collect data for a book upon tho condi tion of the mechanical classes in this couu try When the party reached tho Trenton cemetery the Comto entered the enclosure about McClellands grave accompanied only bySecretary of State Kelsey Lifting his hat reverently the Comto knelt before tho tomb Upon arising Kelsey presented him witha sprig of woodbine plucked from tho grave This the Comte kissed and pinned to the lapel of his coat On his return to the city tho Comto sent a cablegram to the widow of General McClelland The Philadelphia delegation then mettho party tendered thorn thefreedom of the city of Philadelphia and afteran ex change of courtesies the proceeded to Wooton the country residence of George they dined The French men in accordance with tho custom at Wooton planted a tree in commemoration of their visit Oct reception was given this evening in honor of tho Comte do Paris and party at the Union League Club YESTERDAYS RACES Second Day ol the Overland Jjutonia arid Morris Park DENVKR Oct 6 Special to TRIB Tho crowd at the second days rac ing at thoQverland Park this afternoon was very large The weather was delightful being just a sufficient touch of autumn air to make it comfortably cool The racing be gan promptly p with the unfinished threeminute class the first heat of which Jim Blaine won on Saturday Tho starters were Blainc Ed Marsh AddiofPilot Roan and Actress The pools sold Jim Blaine S35 Ed Marsh 820 and the field S10 Ed Marsh won easily Actress second Jim Blaine third Tirae The third hear resulted in a victory for Jim Blaine Marsh second Time Second race fouryearold class trotting purse S600 Starters Murtha Dazzle Sabin Consolidated and Florida Pools sold for the field S7 Murtha took tho lead at the start winning by two lengths Florida second Dazzle third Sabin Consolidated1 fourth Time Third race Silver stakes threefourths of a Entries Naomi Lew Douglas Aia mosa Ada Douglas Van Deventcr Naomi was easy winnerin Lew Douglas second Ada Douglas third Fourth threequarters of a mile for a purseof 8200 entries Chickasaw Kis met Mark Wplden and Sir Launcelot Cbickasaw won in Fifth race stallion class for entries Wei nes Tramp S and Bismarck Tramp S won in 6 Associated Fiveeighths of a Park Ridge1 won Reilly second Common Sense third Time Mile Racine won Eon second Kingston third Time Mile and a sixteeuth Montague won My Fellowsecond Philosophy third Time J f2 Nursery stakes for three quarters of a mile Nelly Bly won Kildeer second Average third Time Country Club handicap mile and an Sendrita won Trustan second Re porter third Time 1 Fiveeighths of a mile Punster won Susie second Little Fredthird Time Fiveeighths of a Autocrat Ruth second GracJe M third Time LEXINGTON Oct Fiveeighfcbs at a Yale 91 Harpy second Colonel Whitely Time Mile andtwenty Dyer won Ireland second Aunt Kate third Mile and seventy 1M Morris wori Neva second HyDy third Time Ell Lottie S second Argenta iridu Time i Roseland won Milt You ng second Eainier third lime He Escaped With His Scalp and a Captive Birchell Makes a Confession An Idnho Election Criminal Record DENTER Oct to Joseph R Bush Deputy United States Mar shal arrived in Denver this morning from Lake whither he came by way of Cheyenne tvhere he loft Parker the Muddy Creek stage holdup and United States mail robber whoso preliminary will take place at tho next term of court Mr Bush said that last August he located the prang in the Blue mountains In Utah Thoiv names are Frank Rogers alias Brown and Dan alias Rickotts Both of them are Utah desperadoes though Rogers has lived in Texas a groat daaL Parker was from Circle valley originally I went in with a posse after said Bush but I only succeeded in getting Par ker after chasing tho gang from Wyoming to Utah thence to New Mexico thenco back to the Blue mountains and finally to the Sail mountains where Parker was captured after a desperate resistance I failed to capture Rogers for the reason that the re gion is inhabited by horsothiovw ind more desperate criminal fugitives from Colorado Now Mexico and elsewhere not to mention a lot of renegade Indians from tho Uto and Pike river tribes The moment a Marshal steps into tho region they light signal fires and the game is up then Those renegade devils last year by tho way killed over eight thousand deer just for the hides and let the carcasses rot where killed It IB a hard country and a Marshal takes his Jifo into his hands when ho goes into It but I got one of my men and shouldnt wonder 11 I bagged tho other one yet Tho ranches are sixty to seventy miles apart aod it la hundreds of miles from the CONFESSION He Admits That He Was An Acces sory But Did Not Do the Killing TORONTO Oct Globe published this morning a sensational story containing a partial confession fron Burchall regard Ing the killing of Benwell It says It can not bo said that he made anything like a clean breabt of the murder All that he has thus far is to make a number ofhalfj confessional statements and drop hints and admissions which picked together form a tolerably coherent story To sum up ho acknowledges that lie was an accessory Ho confesses that ho took Benwell to East and beyond in of tho swamp but resolutely sticks to his was not the hand that slew tho victim All through his conversations sinco conviction Burchall has insisted that he accom plice lie made it appear that this accom plice was a young Englishman named Gra ham who with PIcktball on tho latters farm No one will for a moment believe the charge against Graham true There is not the slightest evidence that Graham was seen near the swamp Feb ruary AN OFFICER KILLED XHeAraerican Columbus 0 St Louis 3 Air Navigation articles of filed with tlie MquntlGjEirmer Aeronautic Navigation pany tockis i li East Bcfptie11ekvlhghejsold Monainent ciiikhdrawer and The Result of a Raid on St Tjoula Negroes ST Lours Oct Gaffnoy at tempted to stop a street scuffle between two negroes on North Eleventh street ffis club was taken away and tho officer se verely beateri Two officers went to his as sistance and followed the men into a saloon The barkeeper Henry Duncan colored opened fire on tho officers but missed Tbeyr eturned several shots slightly wounding one or two denizens of the Tust then Officer James Brady Duncan raised his revolver and fired again and Brady fell with a bullet through his ieart All tho inmates of the saloon wero in ally A large mob of angry negroes collected and for a time trouble was feared but a squad of police succeeded n dispersing them Shot by a Woman BIRMINGHAM Oct P prominent business man was shot and fatally wounded today by a woman calling herself Mrs Clarence Martin formerly Miss Julia Powers of Macon Georgia She asserts that she mar ried ClarenceIn Texas several years ago She lifts been following him and was bora four months aeo when Edward paid her to leave the city She returned today and made demands which were refusedv and shooting followed Four Shot LIVINGSTON Oct Deriit Jones of Leggett was called out of a saloon by Jim Parker and Lowe be stepped out of tbe door he was fatallyshot by the men Uriah Freeman then and shooting at Parker and Lane who re turned the fire Lane was killed outfight Parker In the stomach and cannot live Freeman is shot In the left arm and breast and thedoctors say he will quadruple its origin in An Idaho Election Murder BOISE CITY Idaho Oct fatal shooting took place at Oreana near Silver City Dave Johnson and Jaraes Ray booh under the In fluence of liquor engaged in a quarrel oTer election matters A fight ensued In1 which Johnson shot Ray twice one ball hitting him in the right breast and the other in right Eay died theeffect of the wounds under arrest and brought to Silver City for examination A Arrested OMAHA Oct to TRIB Bee special from says George Killer charged with tbe mur der of Jacob Catron at Catlettsburg years ago was arrested here today by Chief of Police of Kid the Renegade TUCSON Oct was today that Kid the noted Apache jjado has the mountains nearPort A from 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