Salt Lake Tribune, October 9, 1890

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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING OP ALL THE OTHER DAILIES CITY COMBINED I THE MOST EXTENSIVt BEST ADYERTISfflfif MEDIUM ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION VOL 266 SAXT CITY UTAH THURSDAY OCTOBER 9 1890 AFRICAN ffllEFS OEIOR They Want a Voice in the Disposition of Tlieir Territory KING LOHENGULA ON THE WARPATH The British Colnrnn in South Africa Threatoiujcl With Disaster The Parting or the Cam paign Jack the Hipper Oct Sun Scries IUJWM has again recelvod rcRardiriK the British column now Invading Miishonahind in Southern Africa a rich country which tiio British South Africa company claims to have tuati curled to it by Lobtmxulu IChitf of tlio Malabo Tlio main forco of the expedition numbers f00 mem with a pioneer force of 180 arid arc commanded by olwiul VonniifziUmr of tlio Tn niskllien Dragoons whohus had much ex perience of nativn warfare in Zulu land Tho force IH vvoll lUmud and equipped also with light artillery Whilo King Loiiontfiila hlnisel lias not boon altritfollior unfavorable to white occu pation his loading warriors have boon nox ious for war Tlion Is too much reason to boliovu tlu from Town that tlio MjiiHbullos havo jilliicluid tho expedition causing tho loss of 100 men In other parts of thonatives arc protesting eiTecMialiy out tho oontifiorif hy tho fiuropoarj powers Rome chiefs on the gold coast a forcl blo to and oomptillod Miom to withdraw Dahomey tho French havo found It iidvlsuhii concludii a truaty of peace which Is highly favorable to 1 ho king of that country It that the King hi menacing tho Kronch settlements was oncouraged by the who are jeaioiiK of French intorference Altogether Matithelos nan rniLStmr men ThelirltlHh are to 40i miles arid make a stop at Mount llamp In iMashonaland Kortunatoly for Lho Hrltlsh tho Matahclos have no better woaporLsthan the asnegas and bullock hldo Hhloids Alien In warllko attire they wour black ostrich pluirieH Tho Mataboles aro brave and wadlks sav agos who liave boon acoustonmd for ages to attack and cusiavo the neighboring races arid do not caro to acknowledge oven the whites an masters Tho movo turbulent Hplrtts havo long clamoretl against tho Kings policy in favor of the whlto men and may havo forced him Into tlio war Ills nion aro not an undisciplined horde but regu larly trained and divided Into commands Ono of his measures of warlike preparation WJVH to strongthon his forco of compulsory recruiting many married women having heen compelled to leave their husbands and homes and join in the ranks Muoh discontent prevailed at the kings severities hut any open sign of disloyalty was mot with lustant and terrible purilsh declared tbat every one voting for the Con servative candidate will bo responsible for tho employment of bullets and batons against legal and peaceful meetings in Ire land which would not be dared or tolerated in England A French Reciprocity Bill PATHS Oct The Cabinet has charged tho of Commerce to frame a bill fixing themaximum tariff upon imports and giving the government power to make con cessions to countries whose tariff laws favor French products All Quiet at Buenos Ayres Oct dispatch from Buenos Ayrcs Hays the reports of Impend ing revolu tion aro without foundation There Is no roason to fear trouble Tho city wholo country are tranquil Another Armenian Killed Oct dispatch from Ar menia says another Armenian has been killed at Kauroln and crops destroyed Jn tho Alashger district A massacre IH feared Tho EmperorH Part VIKNNA Oct Austrian and Gor man Emperors arrived at Lalion this after noon After a cordial farewell firnpcror William proceeded on hJs journey to Berlin THE PRIESTS AGAINST IT WHY THIS ItflCW MEXICAN CONSTITU TION WAS KKJliCTED A UNION PACIFIC VICTORY the An Important Case Involving Omaha Switch Yards OMAHA Oct to case of Susan B Myers et al vs Alexander MoGovem Henry C Hobble and the Union Pacific Railway Company was decided in Judge Hopewclls court today the jury returning a verdict for the defend ant The suit grow out of tho possession of a tract of land in the vicinity of the Union Pacific depot Sorno fifteen years ago one JJenry B Myers of Chicago owned the land in question and when tho railroad in ex tending its switch yard built upon the land no objection was raised For fifteen years or more the land has heon used for railway purposes Two years ago tho holrs of Myers commenced suit of ejectment against tfie company bufc the cnso has not been ad jusiod until the present term of court Tho doclssiou Is based on the ground that tho hold undisputed possession for ton years Tho property is worth about fifty thousand dollars President Adams and Director Amos of the Union Pacific are ex pected hero on Friday Jay Gould is pected soon in the city accompanied b VicePresident Clark on a semiannual tou of Inspection HARBISON AT GALES2URB The President Addresses an Audience of Twentyfive Thousand HE ALSO LAYS A CORNER STONE that no associations conspiracies or tions could overturn it und ap Our Government will not to continue nu increasing career of development in population wealth in intelligence und in monilitv so long its we hold ufujverywlicw in In coin inil in Nation this great thouht that every man shall kwp the law which secures him i Jo the ire in own rights and shall not trample upon The American People Extolled ior Their Devotions to the Reunion of the Old rison and Tracy on a Locomotive A PATHETIC STORY the Tho Democrats Opposed It Xtocnnne tlio ItopubHcuiiH Klg Majority Ajiyjilnst It Tlio famine continues to prevail in Soudan arid the raid of Osmnn Dlgnaa motv on Tokar a fow days a no was only un olVort to ohfcain food which tho Govorn nionl has unwisely prevented from btlrig sorit to tho tribes that havo glvon their alle giance to the Khedive Suakini is thronged with orphans of thoflo who hivvo porisiiucl through war and privation and several nets of cannlballsn arc stated to havo occurred INDIAN C1VJLIZI2RS FK N Oct to result of yesterdays clcc tion for or against iho adoption of tho Con stlUitlon framed for the State of New seems against tho Constitution b good majority Tho French priests In tlio various in the Territory preacher strong sermons against It and advised tho people to voto against It In this county the Democratic county candidates used a good deal of money also bufc a num ber of Democrats nevertheless votod for It The majority will bo obtained against It In all counties wheretho native population is heavy The rich bishops at all points and the lreneli priosts hero voted oarly and against the Constitution In somo of tlio early massi was hold arid tho priests advised the people ajrainsfc tlio Con stitution Tho lodges of Knights of Labor or white as they aro called bore votod against it solidly Thero seems to bo no douhi hi the minds of wollinformod peoples that hut for tho oppositionof tho clergy hore tho measure would have car ried It is claimed by thorn that Mils Is not a political matter with thorn but that thoy did not think New Mexico ought to havo Statehood and that they exorcised tholr rights in tho maUor as thoy saw fit and for what thoy tho Interests of tho native people of this Territory Tho Constitution was drafted by a con vontioru lu which only tho Republican party was represented Tho Democrats ro to participate In tho convention upon tho ground that thoy woro practically dis franchised hy tho apportionment They op posed Its adoption on tho ground that it protected tho land grants and corporate wealth from taxation ahtl Imposed tho bur don on tho small property owners and occu pations and that Us school provision amounted to nothing Tho returns from all parrs accessible by ivlro indicate tho over whelming defeat of tho Constitution by about flOOO votes Two Little Children Discover Corpse of Their Father NEW YORK Oofc Dpatcn ian Francisco Chronicle Series The pathetic story of two children who wakoncc in tho night to soo tho dead body of the father hanging by tho neck from a chan delier was Investigated tonfghfc by Coroner Roonoy of Brooklyn It was the story of the suicide of Tunis V Palmer tho circum stances stmoundirig which were of tho most dramatic nature Tho children who irst diKooverod it woro too young to understand Hi meaning an stood staring at thu body foi several hours until othors urrivetl to cut their father iloun On first seeing it luid rusliod neighbors liousisund asked him to conn in Ho promised to do no but fuilofl to Two yours ago IJH liners wife died and silice Jin lias been in n stmngc manner lieuits devotedly atiuchetl his wire and tier death fell upon him with crushing force Hefilill Tiwiiiigod luiwevfsr to business as lie wcnlihy niul mis tlio son of Dr Palmer a practicing physician of South Brooklyn At S oclock this nionimg one child was Hwakeuecl by the IIOIBJ of a ctmir railing The JoIIow WHS ut first frightened Then lie pot up and dressed himself ami walked into tlm room where us suited In tho body of his father hanging ik called on him by niimo and bogged him to get down Then getting no answer lie hurried back and hislitllis sister Both of them returned to the parlor and again tried to awaken the father Alarmed at Ins silence both rushed from tho house and tried to tell a neighbor whtit had happened The Jailor told them to go buck home and promised to come inn few minutes and see what matter Ho did not however keep his promise Both children went back the ilnsuh chamber and watched by tho body until day The Teutonic and New NBW YOUK Oct Teutonic and City of Now which have kept com several successive trips across uho As antic arrived this mowing Tho Teu tonic was sighted oil Fire Island at 5 J 5 i m Tho City of New York arrived oil Sandy Hook light slilp at Both sailed from Queenstown October 2nd tho City of New York at p and the Teu onlo at p m GALESBURG Oct Har rison arose early tbls morning but he was not tbo rights of another Lei usdi vide upon tariffs and finance but let there never be 1 division iimoug the American I people upon the question that nowhere shnll the law he overturned in tho iuterests of anybody If it fails of bentliciMit purpose which should be the object of all law ttien let people modify it but while H is tlio law Icteverv in sist that It shall be obeyed When wu turn Horn that ind allow any other standard of living to be raised where is our securityV 11 uy convenience if ihe convenience of a class to which 1 may belong is to take the place of the law where is your security mine when someone else makes convenience more snored more powerful than the law of the land 1 beiieytj today that the ereat rccic of our security is this decplyimbedded thought in the American heart It is now huro as in many of our SpanishAmerican countries which some times give their devotion to men for we jjive our not oarly enough to escape tho thousands of devotion 10 UH law to the to the MR DE YOUNGS VICTORY AN ABSURD VIEW They Bolisvo tho Ked Should Bo Educated LAKE MOUONIC N Oot eighth amiuai Indian ootiforoticu bogan this morn ing General W Llttlosoy of Washing ton Secretary of tho Hoard of Indian Com missioners gave a gonera StirVtiy of tho fluid and roforrod to tho happy chango lu publicsonUmunt lu few yours cliso largely to influences ornanating from tho Molionk race IIo said It was dlFlicuU to ilnd an intelligent person expressing doubt of tho possibility or practicability of civi lisation of tho Indians Tho reformed pub lic soutimont had readied Congress anil ro sultod In legislation by which tho mode of civilization has boon wonderfully advanced Uov 1 W Jroonlatui of Hampton who has boon Inspecting tho roturnod students on the reservations said that of 110 from Hampton only four turned out failures Tho percentage was not larsjor than rimy be found hi Tiiauy Eastern schools fcr whlto children ExProsidont MoCosh of Trinity road a pupor to IcniOMMtniJo tho capacity of tho Indian for civilization Tlio worst of the red nion ho said wore not iu a los favor able condition for civilisation than our own ancestors tho Britons us described by and Tacitus with thciir painted btuiles Pruid pitos human sacrifices forth It was Christianity that wrought tho chances and Il would do the ssuuofor tho FOX JACKTHB Number of Female Detoc tivea Employed by tlio Police IiONOox Oct Sun FrivTiclseo chapoi soaro has boon thorouirhly revived Every body ia waiting now to hoar of another murder Very little hoed WHS paid by tho public to tho threo or foirr lot tors of Jack the Kipper sont out last wock suyiug that ho wiis to begin but tho police tire evidently aot Inj on infonnatUfn of which tho publio Is kept ignorant Thoy havo taken extraordi nary precautions but tho most precautions aro made to entrap tho assassin Jn the em ploy of tho class of women ho formerly choso us his proy A nurnbor of these outcasts of about the same age and character of thoso murdered havo practically boon engaged by tho pollco to aid in the endeavor to capfurb tho They havo boon converted for tho tlmo being into fomalo detectives for which work provided thoy be kept sober tho police consklur thorn well quali fied Thoy havo been lustrucrod npt to ro pulso any man who solicits thorn Thov aro ftssnrod that thoy will ho followed andthat there will bo help near at hand should their companionattempt to harm them French Itoyaltats AVrill Attach cnnco to tlio Comtos Reception OniOAGO Oct Dispatch San Francisco ChrnnMo visit of tho Com to do Paris and party to America is In tho opinion of Max Levy a wine mer chant of Paris Franco who Is in tho city bound to afford nutritions food for tho roy of tho French Kopubllo Thoy will maintain that tlio glorious reception accorded thoConitoisiiri indorsement of his claim to tho Uirono hy tho gniiuost ropubliu on auld M Levy Tho claim will of course bo a hollow and absurd ono as overv one at all nc qunlnlod willi Ainorjcan allnirs will roadily por coivo Tho hull ol1 tho French people aronot I uin sony to say familiar with this country savo In a misty romantic and upon thorn the royalists cluims will I not inakoa clooidod lintHossion Cor whatovor Amorioa does tho avor ugo Frouciimin looksupon as about tho correct thing KO great is his aclmiration for it But so far as tmtturuil result is a com pleted Wo know like aro quickly moved and groat talkers Tho indorsement of America will bo aa intorosCing topic forsomu lavs possibly a week or twp and thrm it will bii Do you think tliac to found such a claim is tho reason of the I did not nt first but siuco his connoction with tho fconlansror movement has boon oudorsed I am tobelieve HIS WOKLDS JTAIB CLASSIFICATION PJLANS ITINALLY ADOPTED Exposition Divided Into Twelve Delighted With the Visits the Tho Kickers Downed antGAQO Oot dissatisfied ele ment of tbo stockholdersof tho Illinois Central Railroad Company vdid not develop thowcpcatod strength at tho annual moot ing here today able to voto less than shares President Fish represented In person and by proxy Javnes G Islcholsof Yfartford and L G Mason of Chicago looked after the interests of tho disaffected Norman Bram and J W Boano both of Chicago vero soloctecl to fill tho vacancies in the directory Directors Poabody Harmon and Bliss whoso terms hud expired woro reelected Tho Increase of five millions in tho capital stock proposed by President Fish was oar rled by tho heavy majority ho vras able to command Stnuford ou tho Tariff YOUK Oot an interview tvith Senator Stanford today ho said the report oMm forming an opposition lino to the Southern Pacific was not true Speaking on the subjottC of tho tnritl the Senator said I have not paid sufficient attention to be ablo to disouiss It In detail but on tbo whole I am inclined to viow it with favor Nowhere in Europe have I hoard any opposition expressed to the now tariff ex cept Ui France Tvhore a wild panic prevails Tho impresslotx most prevalent unions tho French people is that tho now tarlff has instltiUtod in for the exclusion of tho American1 CHICAGO Oct Classification Com mittee of tho National Worlds Fair Com mission completed the more important por tion of its work today by deciding upon twelve great departments into which tho exhibits of the fair will bo grouped They aro farm machinery and appliances forestry and forest products horticulture arid floricul ture hsheries fish products and apparatus for fishing jyilues mining and metallurgy chinery and inter communication and elec trical appliances Fine arts education litera ture engineering public works so ciology of human labor aud inventions this will other work The departments aro practically those proposed by Commissioner Do Young of Cal ifornia and agreed upon by the committee Tho strongest fight made by Mr De Young against tho classllication prepared by Pro fessor Goode was tho placing of viticulture horticulture and floriculture in the agricul tural department insisted in1 the interest of Coast as well as of the Exposition that theybe given a separate department and finally carried this and othor points Do Young started for the Coast tonight Congressman Morrowof California was today shown over the site by Commissionor atLartro McDonald of California Morrow was delighted with it und said When I return home I can people that the sites aro suitable in evovy way and I do not think a bettor selection could have been Commisslonar McDonald hasbeen busy a week or more past visiting the expositions and fairs in the Northwest in tho interest of ahe Worlds Fair cagezPeorians who had assembled arounc the hotel in that city struggling for a sigh of the distinguished visitor At 7 oclocl a band serenaded the President and a fev minutes later the Mayor and Olty Council accompanied by G A R posts and a com pany of the Illinois National Guards es corted the party to the train Tho march was a triumphal All Pedria turned out to do homage to the Chief Executive At the depot over 5000 people were assem bled and tho President being introduced Mayor Starko spoke as follows My Fdlow is not possible that I should introduce this morning any serious theme T have greatly enjoyed this trip through my old Stati iiiil yours sisters ir loyally and sacrifice for the Union sisters also in prosperity and honor I Hurl myself ing Thank butwith 1111 increasing sunsu of the kj ml ness of tho people If anvthing could acid the solemn sense of responsibility which1 my official oath places upon me it would be these evidences o friendliness ami Tho great of people of thiscountry ire loyal loving diiUttil ready to support every faithful olihicr in discharge of hKdutiy and to applaud every honest effort for their It in H source of great to know and1 this morning not less bright sunshine1 incl this crisp Illinois air thanfrom these kindly faces to do what lean the jest I nun to promote the good ol the people of the Uniled 1 go toiiay to neet with1 some comrades b favour State who stood wiili me in arms of the great Unionfor the defense of the ling At Hie conclusion of the Prcsidnnts ad Elsie Leslie child actress of Litlilo Lord fame presented he President with a beautiful bouquet on jebalf of the G A R citizens of eoria Tbo President expressed bis thanks y kissing the little lady and amid heers ol tho crowd tho train pulled out fot At Peoria thoPresidentiiirparty as mot by a delegation from Galesburg on i special train nARRTSON BLOWS THE NearGalesburg the President coord ing a reception to the ins on board wont forward andgreeted Engineer who as a ran mb or of the On invitation of the engineer therPreBicldut and Secretary Tracy mounted aud rode in thecab with tbo engineer for miles To tho President the engineer gracefully yieldedtho responsibility of pullingthe whistle for the stations and crossings and tho iireman considerately Imrnod over the bell rope to Secretary Tracy r Tho principal event of tbo day was the reunion atGalesburg of tho First Thirtysixth Division Twentieth Army Corps the former command of rlsou Tho occasion was the gathering not only of old veterans formerly associated wifch the President but of Grand Army men from all sections of tho Excursions from all tho principal cities within a radius of 300 miles added assemblage and it was estimated that the audience which greetod President Harrison afc Galesburg was not less than Presidential party was riiof by the1 Mayor f and Council and an army of veterans and escorted to the hotel where in anhours reception distinguished citizens from parts of tho State and West greeted the President The decorations throughout the city were prof Upon the arch on the reviewing stand beneath whloh tho President stood were the Welcome Our President Shortly after eleven oclock there passed In reviewthe veterans ol Array Corps 2500 school children of Central Illinois and thousands of citizens Among thedistinguished people on the stand were AdjutantGeneral VancebfIlli nois Reappeared as a Governor Pi far who was unable to ieaVoJils official duties Secretary of State Pierson Mayor Stevens Congressmen PosVaudHen derson Genera Arthur A Miles TJ S General Dustin Departriient Commandor of the A R of ou the V At tho conclusion of the par adothe party repaired to the speakers stand of the Court whereMayor Stevens wel comed the President to Gaiesburgin a some what lengthy speech The responding tc address of welcome said Mr Mayor magnitude Heaven to Be Investigated ROCICTORB Oct Dis Francisoo Chronicle The grand jury convened Among the cases to be investigated is Schwein furths Woldon farm Every in niato of place will be summoned and questioned with reference to relations with the women in the serveoLpapers the members of the communitytonight of tliis great assemblage today prise and with consternation asl to make this attempt to aponk I to meet the survivors of the Old BrigiiderSI came in the expectation that the day wouldgenerally bespout in their compjiniohship in the oxcliauge of those cordial relationswhich expressthe fond ness of the love which we bcar my surprise 1 found that hore First Brigade for the first time inits been captured IJ have been able to take by the of them seen as they marched by the review ingstand but they seem to up iu vast concourse of rades and fellowcitizens Illi nois I hope may Hag Great So it was in that hour of gloom when the richest contribu tion of all the gems that Illinois has set in our national diadem Abraham Lincoln Appiausej fell in that hour of the of his work by the hand of an as sassin who met a like fate might well say the trembling and dismayed ueoplc on the streets of New York Lincoln is dead but the Government at Washington still Great apphnse und So my to ail who throuch your Mayor Have extended your greetiug to all who aro here assembled l return my most sincere thanks 1 cannot look upon sucii an assemblage as this without profound emotion They touch me ami I believe they teach me and I am sure the ore wholesome lessons have had hero today this procession of aged and feeble many of is a retro spect that is part of the great htory of the past written in glorious letters on the llrmament that spreads above the world and in these children who have followed we read the future How sweet it was in the today to see them bearing in their jnftint Imnds tliese same banners Unit those veterans carried the shock of battle and tho dying of men 1 bud occasion nt tho Centennial celebration o the inauguration of Washington in New York being impressed by the greatdisplay of Kationa colors to make at a banquet a suggestion tha should be tiiken into the and I am glnd to know that in tha State there is daily a drill of children tha pays honors to thut Mag Prolonged ip Hut my friends the Constitution provides shall annually give information to Con cress of of the Union and make such ecommemiiitions us I think wisu Ic Intf enerally 1 think been understood that this illirnmtiye provision contains also a negative iml implies that the President is to give no one else except Congress any information n o the state of the Union and that he hall especially make no suggestions Laughter uid I confess that it would give me grant pleasure if the occasion were appropriate givp you some information as to tins state of tho Union as J make some suggestions to what I deem would be wise as altecling tho state of tho Union but not on an occasion like this when laiivgreetcd here by Iriends and fellow of all in politics and in the church one word could mar the this great occasion 1 trust weare all met hero together today as loyali loving American citizens and ovMiVll our divisions and dillerences there is tho groat arch of loye aud loyalty binding us together A COnNKRSTONE LAID At the close of themeeting tho party re Knox where tho oornor of Alumni to be laid by the Newton Bateman President of Knox College pronouncedan invocation and Professor Millen Oomsiock read a state ment of tho origin aridgrowth of the col lege Professor J A Adams then introduced the President who spoke as follows Fellow was early in the thoughts of tho frumers of our institutions us one of the best if not the only guaranty of theirperpetuation Washington well as the founders ol this venerable und useful insti tution of expressed his interest in the establishment of colleges and univer sities How shall one be a safe where tho people are is not Intelligent How sball ho understand those ijueslions affecting the public welfare with intelligence and culture in his youth Wetare then engaged in a patriotic work us wi lay this corner stone of this new edifice for in stitution that has had a great career of useful nessin the past and is now entering on a field o enlarged usefulness We lay this corner stone and rededicate this Institution to purity and loy iilty and the tone of good Following this the cornerstone was placed in position and tho P resident with mortar carefully closed it and covered the seams with mortar Great applause greeted this performance which broughtthe ceremonies to an end ins ARMV REUNION ni the spring molts and disappears and sitles into the earth to clothe verdure and beauty This is a good type of the disbanding of the army It wrapped the country like a maitle of dofJnse when it was in but wiieti the Janyor iwissod settled into avenue and pursuh stnnulaunl all of them ta livcIiviirrowUi IKreferred upon thfvet erans and that their bodily strength might not endure another war if one Wiv TO come but it is a sresil comfort to fiei said tie that tho nccis not likely to Iv hud us 1 think it is safe to predict that we are not likiJy to have any more rebellions iti thti United S atcs Whatevermiscliiof may be brought un der one form or another 1 do not anticipate that we shall have another rebellion in any quarter or from any ctuisr attempt others The fuiiJitvol it was Uior ojglily established well as fact that the mass of our people will in any danger 1 do not care what its it be from rebellion or the upliftiiip of the nag of in Their might with a weight of sentiment that would sweep anvthing wtiich is lifted against UH wellbeing of this country ofours Great The PrisideiH rolenvd to his recent visit to the Uoston Grand Annv iu which occMsirm he saw MIIS of veterans following the Grand Army and said Never was f so impressed with tlio creat thought that we moved on may be a little anxious as lo how thinss are to po on how this country is to Iv and its Hag upneld when we are gone I never was so impressed with the of tho fact that A TERROR TO BOSTLEBS Tlie Tragic End of a Daredevil Sweet water Randier THE DESPERADOES ALL FEARED HIM Exploits of the Manager of tho Sev entyOne Burrows Shot to Assassinate of Crime Oct to tragedy enacted at a ranch on tho Swootwator yesterday took from his sceno of action a mau five long years has waped relentless war on tho rustlers and desporndoos who Infest that region there stands in our places voung men just j fisht witlx thls class was only varied such as you were whon the lasi wnr with an occasional collision broke out filled just us you were with devotion to their country and veadv to step into ranks when aiiv VMIOIHV fofoipn or domestic assailed the honor of tno Ap We in this autumn time and it is an appropriate time for us 10 meet this time of loaves for ii is autumn timo of the soldiers of and HW Miinv of us yet in somewhat viperous health iind vet our springtime is over raid summer for some of us We live not in the but wo are follow citizen in this active vigorous present doinjj our work us wo have strength to do it looking forward to many more mailings like ibis but not all of us I am KS we ar looking fr ward to that time when one by one wo will drop out tliese annual assemblies to tho soldiers rest wrapped in the ling which we fo tight H is u pleasant thing and never ought to be omitted in city or country when mie of these old soldiers makes his last surrender wrap his coffin in the ling ftsyon bear him the The President in conclusion spoke of tho pleasure him to be with his old comrades inarms and expressed a hope that all might be spared to attend many more reunions After this tho veterans passod before the who shook bands with and spoke words to each of tlio party n rid then returned to the hotel whore tho President remained until evening During the afternoon an old lady called and exhibited to the President a letter which made her the most welcome caller of tho day Sbo was a sister of the instructor of his youth Joseph Pottor of Indiana and the letter she exhibited was one written by the President at tho igc of 10 years in This evening the President attended a banquet given by tho Phi Delta Thota So ciety at the college hall and later a ban quet given by tbo First Brigade making brief remarks at each BURLINGTON Oct The Presiden tial party arrived from GaJesburg Illinois tonight having made few stops The party hero by Mayor Duncan 1 a committee and escorted to the Commercial Club where an informal re ception was held tho President making a brief speech At 11 oclock tho Journey was resumed Ottuma will bo reached in tbo morning C with a small settler resenting tho encroachment of tho big cattle outfit managed by this aggressive and alert cowboyowner The was George li Henderson a lithe active wiry being of nervous temperament but courageous to the coro and as kind and considerate is brave He manager of the Seventyone ranch Henderson visited Cheyenne once or twice a year und during his stays was ono of tho features of tho capital of this uncertain Stitto Ho was pointed out us tlio victor of n pitched battles with thieves and tho unharmed mark for tho bullets of no less than threo assassins who iirod cover A sweet who worshiped devil entreated or hi in from under handsome woman the shrewd dare him to abafldoa THE NEW REVELATION SOMETHING MOKB THAN A KESO1LU ioTornmont Ofllclals Doubt tho Sincerity of the Hoar Is Grati fied but Wants More Proof The party then went to tho hotel for din ner arid at 3 oclock a reunion of the First Brigride tho Presidents old command was at tho Opera House President Harri son was escorted from the hotel to the scene of the reunion by ji committee headed by General Daniel Dustin United States Sub Treasurerof Chicago and forruor Colonel of the One Hundred and Fifth Infantry appearance of President was the occasion foran outburst cheers from the assembled veterans that made the very walls tremble General Dus tin called tho meeting to order ann an nounced to tho Chief Executive the fact that ho had been elected president of tha Association by unanimous vote of the order and addressed the Presi dent as follows I have the honor to report to you as pniivof the vicepresidents of the Firsf Hfigade Association yesterday the First Brigade unanimously elected you to the position of president of the association Great ap plause They are all is pleased to meet you here as I amhappy to vjicatel1 applause bad somewhat siib t Harrison addressed fcJie vet his old THE SPEECH President said noc have been persuaded to make for the pleas the men of his old brigade He cTuring the day bo take each couidiiot recall the names of them nl ON THE FAMINE Absurd Stories Arc Told Tor Politi cal Effect LoNiiON Oct Chief Secretary for Lrolaud replying to an imiutlry as to alTiiSrs in Ireland writes Regarding th potato crop UV Uio west of posi tive or final conclusion can be formed until tho potatoes are the ond bi October but nil Usstlioony which is f any value and which is obviously doctored for political fiinine It Ireland is wholly absurd al though in particularlocalities the failure crop is Imdonibtodly Tlie measures that have boon taken by tlio Kovtjnivncrir will without question bb s cieirfrtodealwith uny real kpoor law not beyond the powe6ftho ordinary iv to r S1or Bullets Batons In of the at Eccles KcdSca CJiol era Horrors LONDON fTiitnoNE j Sau Friinolsjo Chronicle Series Horrible ac i oo u tits coinorfrbm the Red sea on thecondi tion of the oholora victims Tho Arabs and strangers in that region arc dylnff by scores The persons aro seized with cholera and die within anJiour with blenched teeth and bddlW drawn up v Birds and dogs feed on tha corpses which tiro people are afraid to flocks of vultures dispute for the prey vitli tho fourfooted scaven gers From tho interior of Arahla accounts aro fully as heartrending and tho victims to bo nunibered by thousands Thrco Miners Killed 1 BQULDKR Got Special to men were IciiUod aud piio badly luiftr at the James at hooxy by tho explosion ot killed AtV Ivlnsdn H ijli anils Tb prnas thenastibof the man who was buclly but will and A Time Convention General Time Convention opened this morning with a large representation of the leading railroad zuen of representing miles of riiilfoad Reports were received from The Committee on Oar Serviceadvised a further of the Oar Service The Com inlttee on SafetyAppliances recommended the adoptaousOf the Master Builders standard form SPAKKS FROM THE of them hy the hand and assure them that diiriu those years since day I have borno them all sacredly in raj affectionate remembmnce They were a body representative coining from thegreat central States of Ohio IndianiMindIllinois and as the thesi States in friendly so the these heroes and patriots touched in thei grea struggle tor the should say who werethe chiefest where1 allwere brave The that Illinois with this nois furnished of the plause7 But I should withholdthese suggestions which cometo more aar of bii 1 been greatly impressed assum blage in this beautiiul this pros porous V The though t has occurred to nie 1 hav t tholr tjhrcw ou t abliio plaat iihd f or some and oall wtellknown Thb ibiyji Tho visiblesupply of coifeo in 1st was bags The lias decided not to orderraidcount Oregon The ubpulatioh ofythe Statie of Nebraska is ai increase of percfent John for tbe Northern hasSentbis sigjish yet rf and have the morn i the conclusion that on earth except in Aaierici suchari1 this be Ap plauseand txieir faces consciences and Snd ibK rests the Governnienta though they because there were riot so many Colonels as for itunktely He SPOKE ut scimij of the trying times of transferring civilians into soldiersrof tliseasft undbattle und out of that body of and fight thu made up the great armies which under Grant am Sherman carried the flag to triumph of some of themare whatever come in hoiior do not ivany amsurev who tbdaywouldexcbkngethe satisfaction fort iwe have in having of that saved the civil office than surrender the hfwe ih having been a humble with yqiiVKiri it Generationshence when this country which htid now has has become when fhese institutions of pours grow homes ia which hap piness arid comfort yhaye abiding jiplaces begin to the North ind South it the full euthusiasm died ou there Planned Her Kan of Benson was arrested weeky planned THE GRAY li trr them NbT itrdiispJrfyedThereon 1q iptit At Tomb CHICAGO Oct Francisco The Intcr Occans Washington The news telegraphed from Salt Lake City to the effect that the Mormon Church has officially announced that it abandoned polygomy could not attract much attention in official circles here It is fair to state that the proclamation of the1 president ofthe Mor mon Church is received here with credulity especially in view of the fact that the Government has been officially in formed through the Commissioner of Immi grationthat some twd hundred proselytes of the Mormon Church including a large number of young women Jn the charge of Mormon elders Lave recently at New York and started lor Salt Lake City with theavowed purpose of entering into polygamous marriages with members of the Mormon Secretary Nobie referring to the state ments been made to him by delegate Caine lasfrweek saidthat ofllclal advices wouldba awaited hofore any action was taken Itjs very evident that the ad ministration wiir require something moiO than a resolution of some of the elders of tboMormon Church aud a verbal declara tion of the Mormon in Congress that Mormon Church has abandoned practice of thus sur renderedits fundanjental any action looking tothe pardon of the pending convicted persons shall lie taken The lias not always acted sincerely in its relations with the United States Governnientj and the Mormons can not therefore be surprised If tbe United States officials shall require affirmative proof of the alleged which ie Mormon elders have received 8BNATOR HOAR GRATIFIED BosToir Senator Hoar yesterday expressed gratifi action of the MormoniChurch n polygamy as an of aith I an not surprised The leaders rioy ties the Jaw of Congress iressing them and that the Gentile element riXJnali is growing too rapidly to permit a ontJnuancu ofr their odious practices Twenty years I think It was Oliver P Morton while traveling in Utah told Brigham Young it would be the best thing for him1 to have anotbei11 and abolishpolygamy They have stood butas Senator Hoar regards the action of the conferienceas conlirniatbry of his settled belief that all sectionalisnr yill disappear When can talk with people by tele he and peculiar influences willdisappear way the Southern question Is to be settled teler phone people of all ssctions in are away prbyincialisni itnd prejiidIco and the Nation will all great Ins dangerous calling and liis friends advised him to seek another range or to let tbo rustlers have a few mavericks Mrs Henderson was assured that there was no danger and tho fears of friends wcro laughed off while tho man declared that ho would protect tho properly n bis caro at ail hazards When Henderson to the Sweet water country the rustlers and tbo gang was a bad one wore operating openly Ho quietly announced that Uu stealing must slop In i week ho captured three raiders red handed and took them to tho county jail sixty miles away On the return trip a bullet aimed at his heart struck tho seat of his vehicle Tlie horses rm uway and his enemies wero gone when ho reached tbo point from which tho shot came Soon after this a party of four came to tho ranch with the cordial announcement that their mission was to kill him Hen derson opened on tho crowd and thoy re treated After Henderson was only molested at intervals Twice more bullets came at him from under cover once klllinc a horso under him and again strikingbia hat At the road ranches on the Swcet water drunken cowboys would pick a bono with Hendcrson when hocune along Theso the doughty manager would thrash for ho likewise handy with his Ono night Henderson hoard a noise corril near tho ranch bouse He investi gatedwithout arming himself and was con fronted with a rifle Ho said Wait till I heel myself and Ill fight Ho turned and ran and the bullet sent after him passed over his head Bo soon reappeared withariJle and in the moonlight saw tho intruder riding at a reckless pacehalf a mile away All feared his and iron nerve Henderson is supposed to have been a party to the lynching of Cattlof Kate and Postmaster Averillnear Bothwell ou the last Their place was tho rendezvousqf prairie bandits and the woman the man in Henderson was in Cheyenne when Kate the postmaster wereswung off but it la thought he helped to work the job A score of mon had sworn to take Hendersons life and besides a large number bore the ani mosity to him of the small ranohman against the big owner His death is no surpriiie but there is keen curiosity as to how he met tho inevitable fate in store for him Details will bo brought in tomorrow likely by messengers y RUBE BURROWS KIMjED V He Escapes from the Guard and Subsequently Shot BEBMISGHAM OctM Bur rows the noted outlaw captured yesterday was killed this morning at enV deavoring to escape Ho asked tho guard to hand him bis saddlebags in which were somecrackers The guard obligingly com plied when instead of crackers Rube drew forth two sixshooters and compelled the guard to unlock bis manaples audi locked him in He would have been atlarRe now had he not determined to get back the money taken from him yesterday Going to the hotel he demanded1 this from Officer Carter and tho shooting followed being killed and Rafter desperately wounded Miss Hairs Jewels Oct man Entered pawnshop wifch a packagetodayj but no ticing two detectives in the rear hurriedly went out leaving the package TJiO officers opened the package and found a silk dress which they took to the Central 8oon after Pauline Halls manager Mr Steinj called to complain oi theft of hey jewels He thrust his hand into the sleeve ofthe dress and pulled out a roll ofsilk blockings Unfolding ho poured worth of lewels Herald Miss Kail of the valuables In this niaa nerto throw them off the track The dress was stolen from the dressing Newark Theater last Oct Last ovenibg Jr C Forsythe secretary and of the Nornuindale Lumber one of the best known men in killed by an unknown assassin wbbj fired through a window Forsythe witness against A f lawyer whose trial for perjury is pending inl the United States Court BreckinHclge ct social and economic will not admit until weare pretty sure that they mean what they An Attempt to ROCK vices received today Congressman Breckin speech at county assassinate him A outside the 3 the night a citizen saulted with a slung B to ;

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