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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING ALL THE OTHER DAILIES i C17Y COMBINED THE MOST BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM I7 ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION VOX O 206 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY OCTOBER S 1890 PRICE FIVE CE3TTS Sixteen Crazed and Starving Victims of Religious Fanataeism ot his rocurit speech He ridiculed the idea that been nsc ho had been a Cabinet Minister ho should blindfold himself to affairs in Ire land Kvery word he had told was tho truth and be was glad to have helped in an exposure of tho magisterial authorities describing tho distress in tho con districts of Ireland Morley suggested that a remedy was available by renewing tho proposals made as to Irish land in 1S8G Another Dowuutl on Portugal LISIION Oct has demanded i Immediate settlement of Its claim for in SOME HAD FORGOTTEN HOW TO TALK comity for the of the sritish African Lakes Companys steamer James illegally captured by Liouten TIio Neapolitan Police Raid an Jn Htitution That Had I5crn Closed for Another Demand on A Commotion at Buenos ant Contlnho a few uiontba ago News Oct Francisco Chronicle ase of rulilotis fanaticism has just boon brought to hero In a sue In dud quar tor stands convontal establishment known as tho that has certainly noon cloned to all public knowledge and In for generations Reports add that tho authorities have preserved tlifi raniC for Die JOO years what hafi happened within Its walls and tlie character of thu Inmates Tho veil however 5s last removed and citizens am lost In that such scenes could for yours have buou enacted in Hcivilized land with no noto of warning SfHiwUul Tho prosont revelation Is duo to Mij fact a yoiintf tfirl cmssod in lovo was hioarccraUid witiiin its Her par ents at llrst to tho hanisii iiicnt liniilly buuiimo alarmed at their ina bility tocommuiiloatu with appealed to tno pollui The Chaplain Dies Get Henry Whito Chap lain of the Uousoof Commons died suddenly A BIG MINING SALE MKWLEYOPEHS THE FIGHT He Talks Wool Tariff to the Gerry mandered Farmers UNCLE JEREMIAH IS JUBILANT President of tbo United States and who is to bo a candidate two years hence The Connecticut Elections HARTFORD Oct returns from tho town elections in Connecticut come In slowly They were purely local contests and often more personal and domestic than political though the result Is always looked for with interest Of the 110 towns at pres ent reported 49 elect Republican town clerks and boards of selectmen 3 go Dem ocratic and 22 are divided Last year the same towns stood 52 Kepubiicans 32 Demo crats and 26 divided THE HOOSIERS TORN COT Tte thousand people assembled to greet the party The arrival of the train was heralded by tho whistles of every engine and factory in the city and the noise was deafening When tho speakers stand was finally reached it was fully ten minutes before tho thousands of people could bo Presidents Popularity I Mayor Daniels welcomed the President to the People Demonstrated He Predicts a Big Crop of Repub lican Mean Advant age Taken of Demo crats Up to Their Usual Tricks Englishmen Negotiating for the Min nie Moore Relief and Michigan Oct 1 Special to tho biggest mining sales known for yearn in this suction has just taken placo For days rumors have been afloat regarding tho transaction but noth ing definite was learned until this afternoon It seems that an English company is looking for Investments In this region and their at tention had been turned to the mines around Bellevio A party of experts are now on tho way hero to examine the proper ties and there is hardly any doubt but tho sale will ho tnado Tho transfer will include the famous Minnie Moore and its twin sister the Relief and also the Michigan the two latter owned by IT E Millet lind the Minnie Mooro by an English company of which tbo late John M Klnncar was superintendent Tho three properties are contiguous and if tho salo Is made will be worked as one Uollovuo is feeling vory jubilant over tho Tlio civil nuMiorlUos raided tho placo on i outlook Closo on tho heels of the victory Thursday an order Issued by the ln scat fltfhL comes this good Miulsicr of stoutly rcslslrd but limues who was by i hi tfmi their way tho miiib were found in a condition cm infinity Thoy wort firaritlly covered with rags and thulr sur rounding filthy in thu oxtremo Many o1 thn poor had forgot Urn liow to iak wuro hardly human In their UrmiiiUHi Those who iouUl ho in duced to spialc proiostod that they weir perfectly satlstied thuir Tho yoimtf Kiri for whom tho quest was was founfl rediuicd tua mcro skirloton thir parents are nearly with grief at I ho result of conducv though they acted for what they honestly consHiorod tho girls best has f course been and the1 victims ro inovcd to ono of the public institutions when they bo cared for The CJovurnor of Naples has ordonMl thw fullrst InvitsUgation with a view to punishing those who shall bo found to bn rusnonslblrj Tho rnombors of police force havo been to mako raids on all tho south Italian nunneries arfi closed to tho public Uardinat San Kolkn has loft horo today for Uome in ordor to obtain histructlcna from tho topo oa tho subject A CONGRESS arid in ooripoquouco tho citizens arc all wearing hopeful smiles in anticipation of a bright future for tho Gate City This salo means the employment of from two to four hundred niori in and around tho camp ft IA AT OMAHA An Explanation of Defeat of the Copyright Bill Oct 7 The International Liter ary Congress mot boro today Julos Lomina permanent a report on oonyrlglit Ho attributed tho de feat of tho Copyright bill hi Congress to tho prevailing uiuiiuuiciablo antagonism to England an antagonism at homo be tween tho Eastern and Western States Ho hold out little hopo of a favorable mont of lor tho ho proposed as a moans of reaching tho cto fUriid Hid that tho congress sond thanks to all in America who had defended tho good cause Count Koratry Hpoakfng from long vxporhnioo in America tluclarod tho report tio gloomy and that a fmcuessful issuo might bo ox pccted sooner than tho report ludhated It had been oasy under tho rules of tho House of Representatives for a low actlvo oppo nents to prevent tho Copyright hill arriving ut tlio stago of discussion but tho recent accession to power nf Koud a gvoat frloud of Iho Copyright Association would render Htith taoUcs inoro dltlkiilt Tho fresh bill ho said would bo discussed in December and this bill wouh pass BUENOS AYIIIJS DISTURBED Runxovs of ft Fresh Revolution Gro atc Cosniuotion AvttKS Oct A panic was caused horo last night by u rumor that a frosh revolution had broken out Troopfl wore oallod out and patrolled tho strcots during tho night Tho police woro rapidly armed with rltloa and hold in roadinoss at the contra station A special train was dlspatohod to Zarn forrclnforcomonts of ar tlllory which arrived this morning Tho cause of the alarm wasaroportof thopolico agont that had boon mndu by by sorgoartts to suborn two regiments Tin situation Is bollovod to bo graver than at ilrst supposod Many noputlosand Senators pasHftd tho night at Irosidont PoUogrluls houso and It is stated that tho Minister of War took the lirojidout and Minister of tho Interior Boca to clio bnvmcks for safety J Admiral Borderl has prepared tho Hoot ior action i Tho President lias ordered tho tioopa to proceed to Santa uul go into camp leaving cue recrlmout in tho city Fears of a revolution at La IMatuhiivobeoudlspoUod Famineand the TfUifr LONOOX Oct speaking rit Glousccstor tonight charac terized Morley s story as a tra Colors A of tho famine of iSIti Im possible Tho Govornmont had uros to provont any extended suffering oil account of tho failure of tluv potato orop Secretary ot State Stanhope in a speech at Honicastlo doolarod tho alleged famine tu Trolancl only oxlstod In the Imagination of tho Painollite leaders and the American anglers for cho Irish voto Koforring to tho now United States tarlfl ho said It was di rected nsninst and Canada and would do Canada Injury Tho greatest Injury however would bo done to the Amoricaas thomsolvos It bolioovod tho Government ho said to find fresh outlets for British capital It Creates a Panic Children tincl Parents OMAHA Oct to Tuin of which there have boon occasional cases for tho past three months has boon on tho iiiereuso lately and has boon spreading tho northern and northwestern parts of city HO as to occasion considur ablu alarm Although tho mortality has not boon large something of a panic exists among children and parents and as a con sequence Lho school attendance In the locali ties most afloctod has fallen oft1 vory rap icily 1u tho Walnut rilll school but of a total enrollment of pupils there is now an atcctrclanoo of only 180 A similar do croase has taken placo in ol her schools in that part of tho olty One of tho principal causes of tho spread of the dlacaso is thought to bo tho fact that the occupants of tho houses rornovo tho warning placards tacked up by order ot tho Board of Health OFFICIALS GRATIFIED AND AJiJS S1NCJEKJE Ohio Oct Mclvinley opened his caDipaign la the Six teenth district here this evening This is thecuunty Koat of Holmes counvy one of the Democratic strongholds added to his dis trict by tho gerrymander passed last win ter The Major was greeted by a fine audi ence He spoke briefly of tho gerrymander and devoted most of his remarks to a dis cussion of tho tariff ILI the course of his remarks ho said There is not un item upon which protective sluties hitvts been Inid thuL lias not buen reduced in price to the people who buy The Republican party filVeun yearsngo gave the country free oof 1ce and ton urul liasnow given sugar We linve jis a rouult n Tree and un taxed break fast table The duties under this bill aro lower than those of any bill Wohave reduced the duties wherever it would not interfere with or injuiT home industry nnd have increased it only where protection of our own manufacturing interests it The duties on have uI been inailo protectivo If in 18S3 you farmers of Ohio clofeaUd the Keptibliuan party for its ruiluption of the woo tarllF as tlie Democrats then U Is your duty to for the Republican party which huh not only restored the tarilV of hut made it stronger by a high tun If on all substitutes for wool ho American markot is tin in tlm world and it has boon nnulo so and can only ho so sustained by protection Thoy say wo incioasiMl tlie price of every thing f would lilyo to kiiow what we hnvo in UK duties on brandy plushes velvets and tlie Inxuriea of wealth Ilnse and Jarin products about oomprise the RASCALITY They Profor to Uriit DoTOlop Xow Nutlontil Bunk fvf Salt Census AnnonucojnontB WASHINOTON Oct of tho Sena tors and Congressmen have loft Washington but tho news from tho Mormon conference was hoard with profound satisfaction by the ofllcials horo who have mainly to deal with the church lu Utah This Is Indeed im portant said General Noble Secrofraud but they of it and skipped An Attempt to Steal County Offices in Idaho PETAIKVUE Idaho Oob to Interesting state of affairs exists In Logan county concerning tho late election Boyond any chanco for doubt or quibble the county goes Kopubllcan strongly on the State ticket Owing to a split in the party one Democrat was elected to the lower house of tho Legislature Jn county offices but ono Democrat was elected W B George for Clerk of the county For Assessor F W a Republican has a majority over Peters Democrat of seven votes and for District Attorney for tho four counties of Cassia Logan Elruore and Alturas P M Brunor Republican has a majority of sovon over Barnum Democrat Now comes a complication of affairs re garding Mlnedoka precinct in this county Determined elTort Is boing made on the part of the Democrats to throw out this precinct and jf this is done It will elect Peters and Barnum The groundsfor throwing out Mlnedoka are that the poles wore not opened until late in tho afternoon and that the law provides that they shall bo opened by 0 oclock in the morning The true inwardness of tho whole affair is that tho Democratic party made a combine with tho town of Shoshone to run in sixty votes from Bingham county and voto them at Minodoka of tho scheme and fearing it would defeat her for the county efforts were made to covmter act tho play George P Wheeler of Bolle viie went to Mlnedoka armed with a war rant to arrest parties connected with the Blaine Cant Help Them WASHINGTON Oct at the State Department today elicited formation that Secretary Blaine is obliged to decline an invitation from the Pacific Coast to go there and take part in the cam paign from lack of time A Democratic Nomination BUFFALO Oct thirtysecond Dis trict Democratic Congressional Convention today nominated Hon Daniel N Lockwood HER ANNUAL EXPORTS AMOUNT KJfiARLY More LosrislaMon jvnd a Delegate to Con firreBs Years Seal The Prohibition JLiiw Ifjnoied WASHINGTON Oct Tvnnpp of Alaska m interview says tho law pro hibiting the sale and manufacture of in toxicating liquor in the Territory is a dead letter except as to The reason for tho inefficiency of the law the Governor says is that prosecutions would be of no avail Grand juries refuse petit juries refuse to convict Legislation which would provide more Directive machinery for the enforce ment of the present law would undoubtedly afford a solution of He calls attention to the inadequacy of the laws for thu administration of justice aim recommends that a commission Ing in part at liiasfcof gentlemen acquainted with the country and bo appointed to prepare a short code of special laws submitted to Congress The work of the Government schools of which there are fourteen the Governor suys is measurably though the attendance isnot lavgc the children pro ferring hunt and fish and the parents be i ing indifferent About fullsized wore taken by tho Alaska GommerciulOompairy during the year under their contract with the Government arid probably half as many more wero captured atsea by poaching furs minks otter aro takenin large bers The cod fishing industry though not insignificant is far from what itshould be Somo of the exports lasb year are esti mated below Whalebone whale oil codfish salmon gold fur seals All other exports are suffi cient to make a total of The Governed recommends a Vprovislon for requiring that title to land be re corded by the General Government The mall facilities should be Govern ment hospitals established and representa tion given iii Congress Thcrpresence in Washington every whiter hesays of un authorized persons assuming to sentiment of tho people by their mistakes to use no stronger term is he says doing infinite mischief HE VISITS THE OLD HOMESTEAD And Is Visibly Affected By the Scenes of His Shakes Hands and Makes a Few Kousin ccptiun at Terre Haute Ke A HID GRANDE CRASH ONE PASSENGER KILLED AND SEV JtSRAT tary of tho Interior when Informed of the u ut I an of tho general Mormon conference am glad to hoar of It and hopo the action nf he Mormons was taken In all sincerity 1C tho of tho Mormon conference brings proper fruits ib will tend to relax tho vigor of tho law It is polygamy that It is desired to exterminate 1 confess Mm reoont landing of a largo number female immigrants at Now York does not to my mind tally very well with this olllclal action of iHlio Mormon Church nor does Indicate a reform However lot us in a spirit of sincerity and trust that they roally propose conform to the law of tho land It Is much preferable to have thoui relinquish polygamy volun tarily than to bo compellod to crush it out by tho strong arm of tho law AttorneyGeneral Sillier upon whom de volves the duty of prosecuting those chargixl with polygamous practices said Tho slgnlficanco of this proceeding on tho part of Oho general Mormon council will havo to be dovolopocl by circumstances Whether a sot of men who in tho past have boon as wiso us serpents are suddenly coing to bocomo as harmless as a problem which tho future alone can solve Probably they begin to that they canuot resist the power of this NKW NATIONAL BANKS The following named National blinks have commenced business American National Bank of Salt Lake City at Salt Luke Uity Utah capital Merchants National Bank of Groat Falls of Great Falls capital CENSUS ANNOUNCEMENTS St an increase of DfiSO pet1 conc State of Towa 720 un increase of U per cent West un increase of per cent an Increase o per cent VIENNA Oct crime eomnnttfid for the gratification of private mailco has boon ruado public by an artist sou 11 ton named Loderer employed in the kitchen of tho Archbishop Sljlismond at Gniuend Tllysla Tho charge tho prisoner Is that he put arsenic In food prepared for the tabls of tho Archduke Tho Arcrhdukoarid his sister partook of tlo food and all wore taken Doctors arrived in time to noutraliao tho elToots of the poison ucdorcrs solo object was to he dismissal of the Arohdukos chef who luttl Incurred tho ctuuity of the Mrs Ytttes in LnifDON Oct Maud Yatos wife of Frederick Yatos son of Edmuad editor oC JfVrW whois sepa rated her husband was inilted for trial onacluuKO of utter check withtho hoc latherJnlaw Oct In an THE SEAL POACHERS Americans Preparing1 to Cruise Under Foreign PJags SAN FRANCISCO steamer from Siberia brought further news concerning tho firing upon the crew of tho schooner 0 Tho officers tho Alexander say thnt when the schoonerappeared of Copper Island she sent six bouts toward the They were warned away but no attention was paid to the warning and us tho sealers persisted in trying to land they were firod upon by tha jruards first with then ball cartridges A number of Ajnoricans at Yokohama and other Japanese ports are fit ting out vessels to go sealhunting the British Gtiriutiniund Japanese flags year the Russian Government proposes to protect tho rookorios war Jire now cruising in Bohring sea with Instructions to peremptorily veisseftvsealing within shore limits of live uiilosi A party who was at Pocatello drumming up illegal votes took a ran to Salt Lake to get out oC tho way and the iold was left en tirely clear for a square election at that procinct Owing to tho hurried departure of the judges it wa4 impossible to open the polls until a suillcient number of legal voters ap peared to elect a sot of judges This was done iu tho afternoon and the election was duly carried on Now on this slight tech nicality tho endeavoring to thflw out theprccincboaud thus put two of their men iu oilloe against tho will of jority of the people Tho Couuty Commissioners will meotnoxt Saturday to canvass the at that time the matter will be fully ventilated 1 is not thought possible that the Democrats will got any chance tu play even thougl tho Board of Commissioners stands two Democratsto ono Republican Passenger Train No 3 Derailed Near Marshal Tourist Car Smashed to Splinters and tho PullmanrPiled Up JOYOUS UNCLE Presbyterian Iioyision Commtitec Oct Tho committee ap by tUo jgonoval assembly of the 4rosbyterlsin Church on tor of revising Westminster confession vf faith today I1 President Rob ohnUruan K Morabf Wisconsin McKinley nnd Calico Charley Are All Right OIIICAGO Oct Sun Francisco Chronicle Tbo JVcioss Washington Secretary Kusk is back at his desk onco more after having com pleted a flying trip through tbo middle west said the Secretary to a reporter just as safely Republican as 1 am It would not surprise much if our majority wero increased considerably All the side Issues are pretty woll eliminated and both parties have settled oldlashioned political campaign We are surewinners Senator opeuedthe fightand did it well there cant be any doubt about theresult Ohio did stop over there a little while McKinley has a good show lor success I see that George P Corivers uno of tho biggest Democrats the Buckeyes have has come out in favor ofMcKinley The chances McKinley will be on topwhen we get the re turns ExCJoverabr Charley Foster is an other Republican who to get theie the get there out in Idaho That wasfjgobd news Oh doing wellall around but we are more than surprising our friends the eiiemy in the new Therms a bis1fight out but itsall DBP131EV BADLY BEATEN The New Ybiwk Kepublicans Dont Want Him for Mayor Sati Francisco Ee cbnvehtiou bya of 166 to nomiiiate Chaunpey tie of stralphtouts against fiisionists It wnsah tfnies almost riotous D6ew beaten tonicht MorleyUtDlled Ohioscore The sessions were held with jjiosed doors and y completed none of1 isspr tltb should be presen tr though lievhadbeen elected to to would hiive f s GTJNNIPON Oct to serious railroad accident oc curred about this morningthree miles east of Sargent to passenger train No a which wasin charge of Conductor Webster The train was running at a moderate speed and just after roundinga sharp curve ono of the sleepers jumped the track pulling three other cars into the ditch with it The engine and day coaches did not leave fche truck and no onein these cars were hurt The tourist was immediately in the rear of tho clay coaphcis was crushed to splinters yet only one of its passengers was killed The three Pull mans wero piled up along tho sklo of the crack and several of thepassengers seriously injured August Boeingor a young man aged 22 of Efflngham the platform of the tourist car and he was instantly killed His left side was crushed and his legs broken He was wayto California T Doaggan of Denver was cut about the faceN C Olney the ReviewPress was cut about the face and it is thought hurt internally His son hacFuii arm broken or sprained Mrs Elizabeth was hurt on Eman of Pueblo was badly cut and bruised Pullman Conductor ton had an arm broken and leg sprained Mrs frbdge of Port Morgan vcas hartabout the head Nellie Tuttle was bruised about the head and side There were six or eight other but your correspond ent failed to learn A WBMSTIiING TOURNABIENT VERNON Oct has been one of ovations for the Chief Magistrate of the Nation Kentucky Ohio and Indi ana have joined in homage and in the land of Dixie the greeting was no less warm than in the native State of President Harrison It was hardly more than daybreak when the Presidential train passed through Newport and Covington but the President was up and bowed acknowledgements to the brist ling enthusiastic Kentuckiana the depots as the train through Cincinnati was reached at a in De spite the early hour several thousand peo ple gathered at the Central station to greet tho President At S tlie train pulled out The principal event of the day was to come Near North Bend Ohio the old Har rison homestead was reached and the train came to a stop just in front oi the house in which Beiijiman Harrison first saw the light and but a few yards from the white shilt that marked the tomb of his illustrious an cesior oxPresident William Henry Harri son The occasion was not one for words and as tho President passed to the rear platform he was unaccompanied The rest of tho party delicately left him to the solemn memories that the scenes of his childhood and youth called forth Aftera brief stop the train passed on but the President was visibly attected by the sights that brought so many tender memor ies to his mind and when tho little town of Lawrcncoberg wrus reached his voice was heavy with emotion as he addressed the crowtl ot neighborsand friends that throngedto greet him My said tlie President I want to thank von vnry cordially for this greeting All the scenes about are vury familiar to me This town of first village of childish recollections and us I approached it this morning the past the earliest home of my recollections tho homo in which my childhood ind early manhood wore spent memories crowd in upon inc arc very full of interest full of sndness Thoy hAck to me those made the old home very clear the most precious spot on earth I have passed with bowed head place whore they rest We are here in our with the work of those who havo upon us Lotus sec us that in family in neighborhood and in State we do at least with equal courage kindness the work so bravely kindly generously done by those who lilled our places fifty years ago Now for I must hurrv on to thesft old friends totheftoncw friends who havs come in since Lawrenceherg was familiar to me I extend again my hearty thanks for this welcome and beg in to introduce the only mumbcr of my Cabinet who accompanies mo General Tracy Secretary of Tracy contented himself by merely bowing to the enthusiastic crowd and ho and tho President had time to shake a few eager hands extended as tbo train pulled out Milan and Osgood large crowdaalso as sembled but the President merely appeared on the rear platform introduced Secretary Tracy bowed to the cheering and tho train passed through The Jap and fihe Lancashire Cock at Denver DENVER SpeciartoTiiiB noon today a most important wrestling match was vhich will be of interest throughout the entire West Matsada Sorakichi the the chanrpion middleweight wrestler of the world arrived in Denver yesterday with his trainer and and has entered invthecoruiug muneutto takeplace next Sunday after noon at the Broadway liis backer confident winning money wi th h Im b ut as the entries prise some of the best local out the entire West he will have to get first TheIiitest arrival was of J C was Harry n ds of C h eye n n e Cock u ey i ntr p d ucedto the mauugers as Sir Colorado but a pro minenl sport present recognized him as the noted wrestler from Wigau Luncasliire England He was accused under a f alsenanic and ciseJr the local champions throughout that section I of the and I contests that hewiil wina pi acev is he giye after hands of icompetent and A SPEBCH AT NOKTU SEYHOTJK Oct North Vcrnon the crowd would be satisfied with less than a speech from the Presi dent t amvery he to see you arid very much obliged to you for your pleius ureablc Great It is al ways a pleasure to see my old Indiana friends We have had this morning a delightful ride across the southern part of the that has given me a great deal ol refreshment and pleas uro Let me again assure you that I amvery much obliged to you all here for thisevi clunce of your Munclship T hope you will excuse me from speech on this occasion It me pleasure now my fellow citizens to in troduce to you Genernl Tracy of New York Sec of the Navy who accompanied me on this trip Three cheers and1 a tiger given for the President and Secretary of the Navy WASHINGTON Oct before the train pulled out of note was handed the President asking him to speak a few words to the assembled school chil dren which he did counseling them as to good citizen ship At Shoals the President made a brief speech of appreciation of the welcome ex tended him MiTCHELti Oct a rousing evidence of Harrisons popn in that little towjo and after he had introduced Secretary Tracy the President said I feel I ought to thank my friends for your friendly greeting this beautiful morning It is indeed a pleasure to meet so nranyvpf you and thanking you for this wel come I hope you will excuse mo from any further AND THE OLD FOLKS VINOENNES was quickly demonstrated that the village of Washing ton which wus reached at had many old friends of the old gray haired man elbowed sturdily through the crowd grasp Cbg his hand and ire ye Ben I am glad to i voted foryourgrand father then voted for you and Ben Illhave to vote1 for you Yqudont mind ifI call you Great laughter from the Tlie President assured hisvisitor that to his old friends he hoped to always remain yore and the crowd leu dry ap plauded the encouraged an oldlady to exclaim as she grasped tho Presidents hand Weelasthough as relsttcdto you your grand iather roast turkey pig together and that doesnt it Tho President bo wedaffirmation to as the train moved rapidly out ESCORTED TO TEBIHB HAUTE i SULLIVAN iPresidentlal rechedYineennes a 2 and by a committee of headed McKeeii of Railroad and the eni nent Democraticleader This committee escortedyithft party1 over theEyansyille the city and introduced him to the peoulo Tho President in responding said he very heartily appreciated this larnefeathering nnd welcome which ibe kind and animated faces as well as the words of the Mayor had extended Torre Haute htxd always been the home of some of his most cherished personal friends and he was glad to knew that the city was properous and the people contented and happy I am plnd to he said that the local industries which have boon established in your midst are busy producing their varied products and those lind a ready market at a reimmtMativo price T was told as wo approached your city that there was not an idlo wheel in Torre lluute It is very ploasant to know that this prosperity is generally shared by nil your people Hopefulness and cheer and courago tend to and mainuiin good times Croak ing never built a city wkloly in our views of public policies but T trust every one of us is devoted to the Hag which represents the power and unity of our country and to the host interests of the people HS we are trivon to see and understand ihem are in enjoyment ol the must perfect system of government that devised for man are under fewer restraints Individual iisid limr ties have a wider range thu n in any other land The rainbow of hope is arched over ilie head of every nnd young man are no social conditions no unneeded legal restrictions Lei sis continue to cherish these insiitinioas ind maintain them in their best development Let u BUBE BURROWS CAPTURED The Terror of the Southern States Overpowered by Two Negroes THE TRIAL OF A FEMALE FORGER The Bell Punch Worked on Denver Street Moonshiner Escapes iti Petticoats A Murderer Criminal Record Oct notorious outlaw and train vobber Rube Burrows wus captured this afternoon by John Mc DutTee and others sent out by tho Southern Express Company Ho had boon seen In the vicinity recently and today took shelter in a houso during a storm Two colored rcon assisting MoDuileo went into the bouse so that is far j and ongaccd Hurrows in conversation Sud liglnovi with the tri more with tho witli tin4 people1 of Indiana have ovorywlntv proetod Vresidont and the warm personal they have Tho saiin qualities of and hiart that so iMt to you will cinisc IJIIK 10 be equally esteemed by ul tin people of tin1 Nation Congressman Grosvouor of Ohio in a brief syecch congratulated tho fanners of Indiana upon the appearance of snying he had from representations to liml them as a pftllidiMiecked peojile n upon whom ihu goils of ngrictittnro seemed o be sinilinp It required considerable exertion for tho party to make their wny to the train throuirh tho surg ing crowd As soon as possible the journey was resumed At roar of cannon sounded a hearty welcome to the pmiric Stute and gave evidence ol unusual preparation lor a demon stration THK tho presi dentiiil train reached tho Dsxnville depot thous ands of people wero found iissemblcd Congress man Connor introduced the President who ex pressed regret that a Jack of time prevented n longer stty glad to notice he said that if the last your hus not yitildi d an average return to the Illinois already promise of the Chitcd ceive and rewards the others will re TRUST ff year is seen Great the train reached where an other multitude clamored for a sight of the Pres ident He declined to tall however but intro duced Secretary Tracy who was received with great applause At Champaign the were attended by the students of the University of Illinois who received the President with their college cheers After a few words by the President to the young men the train pulled out and reached Blooming ton at TiOCY ALL GO TO PEOTUA Oct speeches wero made jy the President or any member of his party at Bloomington or Pekin although immense crowds athered at both places Peoria was readied at and Mayor Clark and members of the Council escorted the party to the National Hotel to spend the night SEVEN POWDERMILLS BLOWli IIP JSogus Bell Punches on tho 3eaver Street Cars DENVKII Oct to For sonio time the management of the City Cable Company have hold an idea sev eral of their conductors havtj been swind ling them by means of a duplicate boll punch Detectives were put to work on tba case and today four of tho conductors were arrested Tho rnon were taken to tbo headquarters of the company where they were informed of tho charges against thorn Two of them Donnelly and Kislcr sur rendered their punches and confessed They said that some time ago a man named T P Kiilam had proposed to them that they go into a scheme to rob tbo company with these punches In order to secure them bo in tho wilitilleU liekls a bogus railway company called the Rapid Transit Electric and succeeded in getting He then distributed them among the conduc tors and was to receive per cent of tho stealings By tho arrest of tho four con ductors today it is probable that tho steal ing trust will be broken up Tbo conduc tors will bo tried tomorrow unless tho com pany forgives them roRTiosr OP THE DUPONT WORKS DEMOLISHED Ten Men Known to Have Bcon Killed and Many Injured Houses Wrecked and Fifty Families Homeless Oct 7 Several startling explosions In quick some counted five others p in announced a disaster at the Dupont Powder Works on the Brandy wine A rush was made for the telephone but nothing learned beyond vague reports of damage An Associated Press representative hastened to the scene and has wired that the whole section of the works known as the upper yard is a complete wreck and at least six Jives lost One of the magazines went oft first and the rolling nud drying mills nearby were set off by the concus sion followed iii rapid succession There were at least seven successive explosions Everv dwelHngin the neighborhood is reported wrecked or unroofed Telephonic inquiries from Westchcster fiiatij that the explosions wero dis tinctly beard in that section justbrought in the following dispatch which shows that the worst has not yet been learned of the powder mill ex plosions Ten killed twenty wounded Rock land a complete wreck none of its houses left The Dupont powder mills extend along the Brandy wine oh telly on the west hank and close to the water for about two miles They are di vided into the upper Hagley and lower The former is and the latter live miles from Wilmington The report of damugo done at Eockland proves incorrect as to locality the name Ro9kland being erroneously used for the buildings clustered aroundwhat is known as the Upper There are some THE FEMALE FORGER A Miss Clark the Providence Music Teacher oil Trial PBOVIDTINCMi H Oct jTRIBUNB Dis Francisco Chnnicls The trial of Nettie L Clarke the young music teacher who was arrested in New York July 3rd for a forgery committed oa the Mechanics Savings Bank of this city was begun In the Court of Common Pleas There was a perfect jam of men not half the applicants being able to get into the courtroom The prosecution proved tho method whereby Miss Clarke worked this Ironclad bank The connection of KowlaadHazan the millionaire manufacturer with the case proved to be one of friendly aid to a woman who pleaded ignorance of banking affairs One of the new disclosures was the use to which she put the S3300 paidto Allen B Ralph It was used for the purpose of ing vip a note purporting to havo been made to her by Ed S Pierce of Worcester This note lias been destroyed and its gen uiueness can not be tested by crossexam Ination The defense will probably be undue influence and that Miss Clarke passed a note forged by another A RIDE ON A Haute Road Oct is certainiy niaking h is Western trip of unalloyedpleasure yNo official character is allowedtp That thisbrief period olVesplte proving bene f ul maiiner an d tli egen eral mariner in iihe i bears up u rider what din deeriiecJ a bireVqme7itripl The gen thoroughly estimated tonight concussion even broke windows in some parts of Wilmington four or five miles away The office of the Company is a complete six mills arc in ruins SfiSeveral members of the Dupowt fiirm were in jured by and broken glass but none of them ieriouslj The dead were all employees of the were in and about the that Several workmen are missing and are believed to have been blown to frag The first explosion occurred in one of the pnck a workman ntunecl Gian was re ceivinga canof hexagonal powder to be shipped for the use of the United States Government In some way a communicated to the can audit blew up the packing mill ex ploded anJI mills in the upper yards seven or eight in number followed intervals than one second All except one were rolling in whichthe ingredients are pulverized by vertical rollers turning slowly around a center V after the explosion large build ing located near ihc icencer of the village took lire Itwas a matter death whole people that Ihe fire should be extinguished before it communi cated with the powderiLat the huiJding cou tdiiied The Dupout fire brigade succeeded in evtinguishing theflames Hai the in it is doubtfuiif anv man would haveescaped death or serious injury A bout fifty families are rendered homeless by A New Jersey Man Who Neglected to Discharge Hig Housekeeper V NEW YORK Oct San Francisco ChronLclf Caps aro at work at Absecom N J John Newman was taken from his bed ou night by a porty of four who stripped him and rodo him about on a rail trimmed with barbed wire Ho had previously ceived a note signed White Caps branch of New Jersey No warning him to discharge but thought it was a prac ticaljoke The man promise to discharge his housekeeper 3 It appears that he had been drinking freely family member of Caps told Nevwnan that Evan Adams would the next victim Adams has not been seen since the warning was given A Moonsliiacr i a Petticoats GnEBNVZfcMS S C Oct fTRiBUNE DIs Francisco Chronicle J Bill Howard who is under a death teuce for the inurdoiof a confederate in the moonshine whisky business over ago escaped from prison here this morning Howards wife was allowed to spend1 night in the ceil with her husband Thiay morningHoward dressed in cloth inc came down the stairs of the jail infant in Jjis anus and leaving the baby at a relatives house he fled before the jailer hud discovered the trick that hadbeen played on liimJ Mrs Howard who a buxoin mountain pld of 17 now occupies the cell vacated fay the Teu Thousand Trainmen aro Talking a Octl partieularly 1l SaaFrancisco OhfonicUSeries were today in Jersey City that v the federated con ductors and train hands on the New Lake Erielfe intended to Careful occur so in willbe serious troubie dfjinaiid the men be ref iised is i i tjy3 th e general A V7 CITY Oct Francisco Captain Cannon president of the upper hiiuse ot the city council president of the works and captain Planibeau for h had been pushedfby into tie line of march It Is said cut through in fl Icted a serious wo b ad h is ii ead captain gave case of Ajthar by Niagara riyer tonight and
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