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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                Part First Pages 1 to 8 VCXL XXXIX 2G6 SALT LAJvE CITY UTAH STTODAY MOKOT3TG OCTOBER 12 1S90 PRICE FIVE ADAMS AT OMAHA BeXinIey8 Tariff law Still Die Ail Ateorbing Topic MAHY INDUSTRIES ARE CRIPPLED Germany and France Will Thank ful for a Iiifctle ReoiprooUyCriRpi Conciliates the AuwtriinH The Kaiser an eral Foreign her rentiUn la Oct by New Press Aproch rt Signor Crispl frirntr Minister at JMorencjo JD Indirect adrnlsHlnn of Tlio Waarn interview which Jrntaled Austria by Knowing a too open anxiety fm1 jcanonn to Fiaife Hurn brt is said to have n hint Io tho 1riiiX Ministitr hf had gone a little far Tho llorenct Hpoowh was uhuod ftially Austria auft ussiin that It was ftalyrf iciLorest to tho triple alliance Tho tono of prow shows that the speech will assist Uic with France Tho NwVd It mnkos it Iricumbutit upon Fraimo norno a definite Husslji n ordor to the danger of possiblo awKresslon on the part of tho allied powers Prior to departure oj a sion today Kmpuror Wllliain received Count Do Laimay thn Arnbnssadnr to Groat firltaln who projoitUKl ills Majesty with a portrait of King IN also Oharles Gibson an pro fessor of law whom the Krnporor Invitud to talfO with him As a result of tho new United Ktato tarlll1 law tho miniifiictiirers of clothing are hold ing back thoir stocks A large number of operatives will bo discharged from Iho woolen goods factories In thoGr turn berg dis trict in Silesia and tho weavers at NowaiuH near Potsdam aro expecting a lockout Tho press comments on tbo new tarllt continue and tho question of a European tarilV cam paign against American coods or a Gorman Austrian customs union is still eagorly dis cussed A rumor that tho Government had opened negotiations with Austria caused comment among tho manu facturers In Austria and the agri oulturistulri Hungary but slneo Austrias ro lection of Bismarcks olTor of a modified tariff treaty In IS70 both nations have adopted a strong protective policy So many interests aro owianjorod on both skios tliat no man believes such a project can bo roaliml at Mio pres ent Tho North GnzrUoK warning againat clierisliliiK such Illusions on tiio subjoetlK wolljustKlod Tho German exports to Austria amount to florins of which is in tex tile fabrics Tho Austrian exports to Gor inariy amount florins and con sist mainly ot raw producUi and agricul tural produce Any In tho latter would imperil Gorman agriculture while an increase In tho former would imperil highly protected interests of Austria The TloJohstag and tho Gorroiin Government aro not ilkoly to risk an entire lossof Amer ican market on tho strength of tho reci procity clause by cooperation with Aus tria who nothing Tho Vienna Chamber of Tradn and Oom morce luis opened fttiinqulry Into tihomoth er oC pearl trade tho workers in which aro willing to omitfrato to America but laek the necessary capital to liisuro thoir nrtnun Silon tho United H tales Tho Knsslati aro courting Kiiropcan reprisals for ho new tar I It to find a liupor opening In Muro ponn markets for their corn and oattJn TJio acrrmcMcmcnt of tiio Bmpross Is ex pected in February Many projector court festivities will be abandoned It la officially denied that Gonoral Von WaUtorsco chief of staff Is about to retlro A FRENCHMANS Would Moot tho Me Kin toy AVith Kociproelty Overtures TAKIS Oct 10 over the new United States Tnriif luw was greater tltiin ever during tho lust week The wild rMt idoaji is to tho seono und of tho Jaw fire prevalent Lockroy nis violently rftnonstratod against the heavily increased duties on silk Bordeaux was equally ex eitert about wlno and tho whole of France in a condition of extremeirritation and apprehension which was reflected by the newspapers Lookroy treats the idea of Kuropoan retaliation jigftlnsh as TOutopian Ho holds that Krunoe unassisted by tho other countries can opsn tho gates of tho American Ohinoso wall by profiting by the word which figures in tho now law RldljlEF FOR Money for jfliiUwny Construction AvJvnnced By tho Govcvnmont LfmnoN Oct tl The Government has advanced tho Midland Groat Western Hallway Company of Ireland to enable tho Qouipflny to huild lines to con nect the coast with Inland markets In tho distressed districts of Tho Tde iraph says the help afforded to the poor ten ants by this opportunity to procniro work will prove opportune as it will enable them to earn money to over tho worst of the winter months and purchase potato seed in the spring The fisheries along tho const will be developed by tho facilities afforded by tho company to transport fish to tho inland towns Prohibited KERXE 10 All jniblio meetings have beer forbidden In Bollozonia by order of the Federal Commissioners Thousands oC Lib erals are flocking to to protest against the action of tho Government by a demonstration An indignation meeting was dispersed by cavalry Tlui people mado no resist nice and no blood was shod ior TJctno BIUIXB Oct 10 Tho mont IP Ticino been reinstatod Tn addition to tho extra troops who have sent io Tioino throe battalions of in have been ordered to proceed to that canton to guard against a further out break The Flight of tho Oct It is definitely known that Dillon Utl OBrien wore not among the passengers on tho steamer La from Havre Tho theory that they woht on a yacht und boarded a steamer outside is tho favorite one The Irish Trials TIITEHAUY Oct 11 Tho Orown decided rnornins to continuo the p tho remaining Irish notwithstand ing tho flight of Dillon and OBrien on the Oct 11 The Ministers of War and Marino and several Panialuadmi rals wore banqueted on board the States Bteatncr this evenin Government to ask bill Milan f roih Sorvia Oct Jews aro oxderedio loavetliat J Contemplated in Several Union Pacific Departments OMAHA Oct to TKIB Kwninrj says that President Adarns of the TTnlon Pacliio who is now in tho city is InvesiiKatlnfr the affairs of tho purchasing agents department and a com plete change of management in that depart ment has bwcn determined upon The affairs of MoKibben the late purchasing agent have not been fully examined yot and the further tho experts get into them the It Is said they become In fact the developments recently made promise to occasion for some sensational changes in departments outside of tho rmrchusing agents oflico but closely connected with it The change in the purchasing agents drpiirtment has bison determined upon on account of tho failure of tho agent to fur nish promptly the supplies mado necessary by recent wrecks on tho road J W Grif fiths Iho present incumbent of the office wm promoted from the position of auditor of tho disbursing department at the in stance of Comptroller Mink In opposition to tho wishes or General nDinayer Ilulcornb Grlttllhs it JH said has shown himself In oapabki of managing the affairs of tho pur cliasing department Among other things in order to bo us different from McKibbcn as possible withdrew tiio patTonngc from all tlio lurgo institutions with which McKibbitn dealt and placcd his orders with smaller which wcro not able to furnish the at tho time nor Jn tha nuantitios neuded THREE BURiiED TO DEATH LYING AT DEATHSDOOR Miller Has Bat Hours to live a Few UNCONSCIOUS OF ALL SURROUNDINGS Solicitude of the land Sends a Message of Inquiry Mrs Millers Pitiable Condition All Hope of Recovery Abandoned A FATAL HOTEL TMJH AT MO KM ING CHI IL Woman Jumpg From a Fifth Story Window With Kor Iturnod to a OrttCAfio Oct lives wore lost hy fire in tho Pntman European Hotel La Sallo and Adams streets at an early hour this Sunday morning A korosono lamp in oneof Ltio upper hallways exploded and tho lire quickly spread The ffuosts of whom tlioro were score in tho house wore not awakened until tho arrival of the cn klnos Tho iremen quickly run ladders up Io tho windows and most of the terror stricken people wctO helped in safety to tho grwuiul Minnie Robinson who together with her husband and an infant was asleop in a room on the fltth door became erased with fright and before her husband could do any tiling to stop her grasped her babe In her arms arid lumped from tho window The unfortunate woman was crushed so badly on thopavomunt that she lived but a short time but tho babe miraculously os oapoft unhurt Within flftfion minutes the flromon had tho fiameiH oxtlriRiiisliorl and although tho a vast amount of smoke mado it almost impossible to outer tho housn started a search to see if anyone was in building They found body of a colored porter Poyton In his room burned ton crisp VA few doors be yond tlioy found tho bodies of two roomers Oharios Euston and Louis Borger A t 2 rtl a m no more bodies wore found Tho firo believes thodasualtios aro comprised in tho above list Most of tho men escaped in their night clothing and sorno of them lose tholr effects Tho Oomto do Paris Exorcised IvfCHMONp Oct i do Paris was muoh oxorijised today over a cablo dis patch in tho morning papers saying that tho Oomtosso do Paris was alarmed at tho political situation in and had tolo graphorMilm to return at onco The Ooruto said to a of the Associated I wbli you would contradict that report It is not truo anfl was probably started for purely political purposes The Oomlcsso has not to log rap hod mo of any trouble and I do she will ilnd It necessary to do An American Humiliated in Italy White Oliarlos Dougherty a sonof tho silvortongued orator was Secretary of Le gation in Rome during Clevelands admin istration an American was compelled put up with an imposition from tho Italian Government which hasnever till now boon recorded In printi Ait American gentleman purchased a house in tho Eternal City fronv an English resident who was moving to a villa In tho outskirts Not long after tho American had become tho owner ho discovered burled in the gar don a couple of statues evidently antique and rather the worse for wear As ho know little and earedloss about such things ho resolved to sell them and accordingly mado his discovery To his surprise tho Italian Government sent to him for tho marbles Ho explained that ho had bought tho property Tho Government told hUn hq might koop tho property butho must giro up the statutes Mo consulted tho English man from whom he had bought tho house ind the Englishman had told him that bo had mado a simiiiar uMsvovcry aad haa sold his treasure trove without opposition from tho authorities Go and see your said tho Englishman Tho American1 cordingly wont aud laid his case before that gentleman Youll havo to up the said ho But tho English owner sold Ah but he Englishman you as an American havo hero no redress havo I influence enough hero to protect you Youd bettor comply with tho do mand of ihe Government or you may havq serious But if my caso wore re potted to It would bo quite useless The American flag commands no respect hero Tho Italian got tho Record Political A Washington correspondent of tho Now York Siuiropresovits h Mississippi visitor as tolling a story on Congressman John Allen Tho incident occurred wutlo the Alliance controlled tho balance of power in Northeast Mississippi It elected a harumscarum olt Uon Justice of tho Peace Elijs habits were convivial aud he loved i voinghandtumble fight At ono time he was accused of selling unlawfully His friends claimed that he never hud as much liquor drink much less enough to away or to soil plea ho oscapecU The last time the Justice was in trouble ho at Tupelo John Allen happened to be at home Squire was a personal friend he defended him and secured his acquittal refusing to receive anything for hissorvices In the last congressional raco Squire Johns He prorninont In the primary elec Mou hold in Prentlss county Allens friends W0re They protested against his 6onduot and ingratitude jou think ho wasasked that you do wrong in working against John kindness in gettuifr you out of trouble and not No I dontXreplied have whai he dojie for nie 5 if WASHTNOTON Oct Miller was worse this morning Ho is wholly uncon scious and may die at any moment but may last a day or two His loft side is com pletely paralysed nnfl hope is abandoned From 1 oclock this morning it was evi dent that there was little on which to baso any hope for recovery Tho nerves and muscles of the throat were much affected and all attempts to give the patient nour ishment failed SUM there weroslight evi dences oC the Justice now and then opening his oyos and looking his attendants with a gleam of recogni tion At daybreak these signs ceased how ever and he became totally oblivious of surroundings Justice Miller is a man of massive frame fullblooded and stout had during tho lust seven years ofton spokento his family of fears of a stroke of paralysis Tt is said that his brothers one or two of whom died from paralysis ritrikingly resemble him in build and his knowledge gained in his early lifo reading medicine made him apprehen sivp that he might some day go as they had gone About three weeks ago while at St Louis ho sutlered from an attack oi but this was oflcctually chocked on his return homo Day by day hisstrongth and yesterday ho dictated a let ter to Mrs Stocking one of his daughters now in Vienna in which he spoko of 1 good health Tho dictation was mado to his private secretary and yesterday when tho Justice was carried into his ofllce tho letter was lying on table awaiting his signature fett probably will never bo signed but must remain an aHcctiug memento an additional testimony of tho uncertainty of human existence Mrs Millers condition has boon distress ing all day Yesterday she bore up well but a reaction has set in and her norves aro in a pitiable state She is completely pros trated Her health Is good and ib is thought there isno eauso for alarm Mrs Keevos a relative of Mrs Millers arrived this morn Ing and is giving hor whole attention to the task of eufmlng the almost distracted lady Tho only members of the Justices family here are his wife and son the latter being well known In Chicago Mrs Tousoalin a daughter who Is near Colorado Springs and Miss Lucy Corkhlli the Justices grand daughter havo been notified by telegraph A great many inquiries aro received from all over tho country Chief Justice Fuller received a telegram from exProsIdent Cleveland expressive at tbonews of Justice Millers Illness and conveyed tho fact that between tho oxPresidentandthe Justlcci there had been for some years a fooling of mutual admiration and warm porsoaa friendship Ono of Justice Millers the bench tonight in speaking of his col illness said the tho Circuit Court was too him and ho had determined never to again under take It Ho was tirod out on his return and folt that ho riovor again could do the work and do himself justice At midnight Justice Miller was still alive although tho end was momentarily ex pected Dr Lincoln left tho justices bedside at and to those in waiting said the end must soon come He thought it possible that ho might tho early morning hours A telegram was received this afternoon from President Harrison expressing to Mrs Miller his grief at hor husbands illness and stating that if there was any of his roaohtug the dying mans bedside before tho ond eame ho would at ouco start for Washington An answer was sent to tho effect that ho would bo too late Harrison called this evening and spent a few moments with Mrs Miller She seemed very anxious knowing of their mutual tho President should come to tho bedside of his stricken friend and loft tho house with the Intention of telegraphing tho President to start at onco THE TRADE MARK PROVISION ajhsT had huB coiirtvand everybody o oft scrape fair and rinyi follors ought No Counterfeiting to Be Allowed toy Foreign Manufacturers Oct Secre tary Spanlding of tho Treasury Department hasissued a circular to officers otcustoms calling attention to the second section of the now tariff law providing that on and March i 1S01 no article of imported merchandise which shall or siniilate the name mark of any domestic manufacturers shall be admitted to entry at United States Custom Houses In order to aid offlcersln enforcing this prohibition provided that doniestic inanufaoturerswhovUave adopted trade marks may require their names and resi dence and a description of their trade to be recorded in books kept for that purpose in tho Treasury Department and may fur nish to tiio Department fac similes of such raclo The Wyoming Return s Oct to State yoto was canvassed today the twelve counties yotes wore polled No Dem per atewere Warrens majority is 1726 Con Tho legislative Xsaembly is forty liopublicans and eight Democrats r privatedispatch from Governor War ren Wyoming result yOf the oftlcial canvass of made at Ohey enne every Stato oilker and their member of by a majoritiesranging from 1445 2567 Senate stands and Democrats the House of Repre sentatives twenty seven aiid six The Idaho Battle Thieves j to li ord arrested hero chafgod irnplip eated those 1 ispatohes He was taken to SlJosbono and whioh The I1 th r6 u ghb u t tlii Is f r egi on b n to e fprp ni connepted jwith ithe gang tit is pne qf thernrwill whole HAVIXG A HIGH TIME A San Francisco Woman Wants Her Husband CHICAGO Oct says Cbicf of Police Marsh has received a lette making rather sensational chnvges against J E Shawhau said1 to have been a member o the San Francisco Trade It i from his wife who says she married him in Kentucky They went to San Francisco and lived happily socially Since he lef San Francisco however she asserts tha she has learned of misconduct with othe women She also makes graver ehanre against him of misusing funds entrusted to him by her mother to invest Since his ar rival in Ohicayo he has not made any re mittances and that bo is living a hi h life here while she is without money She wants the Chief of Police to gathe proof and she will come and prosecute 1 reporter found Shawhan on the floor of the Board of Trade Ho said he had separatee1 from his wife but could not understand why she should have written They had corresponded regularly He wouldn talk about the accusations further than to caution the reporter not to give currency to thoinisstatKment of his wife or others he had business connections in Chica and San Francisco COLORADO L tl WERE A KERS ni ath in aged twenty Ranging Prom One Year to the Gallows TJUNADAD Oct to the District Court this morn ing Tndso Gunter sianted tho Santa F train HIggins Gould ami McCarthy new trials Ho then proceeded to sentence thefollow ing Thomas Sandoval forgery one year hard labor Harry grfcnd lar two years at hard labor Jake Mose raan voluntary manslaughter eight years at hard Jaboi Charles Mallow burglary five years at hard labor Joseph Albright abduction four months Joseph Jones murder in tho second degree for life Noverto Grego to hanp the second week in November Flynn embezzle ment two years Charles Shaigloy forgery two years at hard labor In every case they received thoir sentences with apparent indifference Result oi a Saloon Raid Oct the Brad ford quicksilver mine in Lako county last evening several masked men raided a saloonkept by Steven Richand general shooting began and Mrs Rich was fatally wounded Richwas badly W R McGuiro one oi the raiders shot dead Mrs Rich recognized two of the as sailants as men frpro the mine The raid was probably inaugurated to clean out some objectionable characters that hung about the saloon Dr Converse Dead LrNCODN Oct J N Con verse widely known throughoutNebraska Kansas and Iowa the now Burlington railroad and one of tho most prominent section died at his farm in his sixtieth year Christian Alliance Officers now in session here has Elected Key A R Simpson of New Yorkpresident and Mrs Carrie of California recording The reports for tho past year wore veryfavorable ThePortuguese Crisis Oct Ministerialcrisis is ended Sefior Louisais Prime Minister A Mountain LioninCity Streets cougar or mountain lion weighing1 about was killed in the Dr A P Colo Ilko street Seventh at about oclock this morning Excitement ran high during tho hunt for the having narrow escapes from tbofangs and claws of the enraged beast The cougar which was at least eight feet in length was seen by Judgo Woods and was crossing the vacant lot on the north side of Pino street between Fourth The a leisurely pace through the yard of tbo European House and entered the Kentucky stable owned by R I Bishop through a rear window Tho first that the men in the stable knew of the yisit of tho brute was when the gan a terrible uproar One of the employees named Charlie to see whatthe matter was getting a glimpse of tho animal decided very suddenly that the horseswere able to take caro of gained thoupper floor with rity Some hens were in the stable andthe cougar struck one of them killing it theririished by a siDairboy who was in the stable and stable through window which was While the snimalhad bccain thOvStable Mr Bishop had sinned himself with a rille Hefired atthe animal asit stable iti in the rump The pain of the shot infuriated Giving ono of the wonderful springs for these animals are it Breached omitting a series of yells it started down on Sixth among whom weretwo screams of theladies and the men thoir stores and houses only to againand when they animal pwith open moatlvand white ingdowritho street emitting frightful at As reached Pike street trio car came thougii about it motpr on the fall probably next two ot three ratebl speed this time day thronged with pedestrians and The The cpugar crouched mornent iand tlaeri1gavetwo smallv yard Severalchildren werb on the porch The tbugar looked thev front wind b w v Th e esf y er and h is lass he but Jell in THE ST LOUIS WELCOME stbr d i s corn er th evani r th crbuchedKl Mr ground1 info Hagnifieent Demonstration Honor of tlie President HARRISON DRIVEN OVER THE CITY He Visits the Fair Grounds and Is Interested in the Live Stock Ex Attends a Concert and Starts for Indianapolis ST LOOTS Oct Presidential train reached here this morning The artillery salute greeted the arrival and Governor Franois Mayor and various com mittees greeted the distinguished guests Tho party were soon seated in carriages and proceeded to the Southern Hotel The route was jammed with people In the street wore waiting United States troops State militia Grand Army corps Sons of Veterans and many other organizations several thousand men in all As tho Presi dential carriage passed each body a salute was given and the divisions then wheeled into line behind From the Southern Hotel the President and party reviewed the parade which was a magnificent one They then proceeded to tho Merchants Exchange where Governor Francis and Mayor Noonan delivered addresses of welcome President Harrison responded briefly thanking the State and city for magnificent reception Secretary Tracy also spoko briefly On leaving the Merchants Exchange the Presidential party went dirccc to tho Fair grounds the route covering a largo por tion of city and tho most beautiful residence quarters was also made a triumphal procession by tho enthusiastic welcome extended tho President all along the line Tho drive was apparently much enjoyed by them in passing through Van devcntor place President Harrison stopped a moment at the residence of his friend R 0 Kerns At the Fair ground the party proceeded to the Tocky Club whcro an elegant luncheon was served to the President and his party Governor Francis Slayer Noonan and fifty other distinguished citizens of St Louis and Missouri At tho conclusion of tho luncheon the party enteredcarriages and were driven around tho Fair grounds viewing briefly exhibits every department The fine stock seemed tohavo particularly interested the President On tho return of the President to the and his party GovernorFrancis and Mayor Noonan were entertained at private dinner at the South ern Hotel after which the President re paired to his room until the evening visit to the exposition THIS PROGRAMME The President receipt of tele grams giving the condition of Justice Miller and should his death occur tonight or to will probably hasten somewhat the Presidents return to Washington The programme however is to spend tomorrow quietly in Indianapolis and leave for Wash ington the making bviqf stops Ohio towns Hon Mark McDonald of California one of the Worlds Fair Commissioners came down from Chicago torenew tho urgent invita tion of tho Board of Directors and Director General Davis to visit the Worlds Fair city and inspect Worlds Fair site The President again to decline The invited him before he loft Washingtonbut ho replied that his schedule wasalready made up and he could not in justice to other cities visit Chicago at that tinie particularly as he had already visited it occasionof the opening of AT THE This evening the party went to the Ex position building At the entrance to tho building of the party an ovation was given the President by the immense crowd After a reception in tho ladies parlor they proi ceeded to1 tbo1 music hallThe President occupied a box handsomely draped for tho occasion Whenho Band to the which was partially drowned out by cheers from the throats of six thousand people During the concert7which named JeaneBrokow presented the President with a largefloral piece ThePresident thanked the child for the flowers Af ter repeated calls Governor Francis in troduced tho spoke briefly expressing hisapprociation of the magnifi cent reception tendered him since his ar rival and speaking praise of the Exposition At 10 oclock the party started AKRON Oct wasa terrible tragedy at Qjrvillelast nighf Coroner Boydspn had arrestedJohn Sweeney and Qadhirai in custody on the depot thenaii en along A pal of Sweeneys stepped up from behind and Boydspn in front of it The Cororier was terribly and must havedied his grip he the prisonerwas fatally The man who puslied and Held TTp the T70BT Oct Missouri Kansas Texas passenger train was four masked SchelL The engi neer todismount andknock at the express door messenger threw but the money packages not The robbers got nb money them that no money was on Theytook his wbrdi for it and allowed the train to pro Estray Wyp tp has orthe head of buff alp latelyescaped from tiohaiiPark grazing on in Wy If rancuinen andcbw BANKERS WIVES ARRESTED T roundiag up the buffalo have to get movement on v GTbganl of John rged an New Central tracks before Tbey Over the Profits of Their Husbands Failure XKW YOKK Oct V Miller and Prisdila Field wives of the London bankers of Styles Field who failed a mouth ago with liabilities amounting to were avrosted in a hotel here to day They are said to have come to this country with funds which should have been applied to the liquidating of the debts of the insolvent firm The iirm was Tames w Field Co They are said to have done a large business paying 25 per cent on all monies left with them The doors of tho closed the latter part of August and soon there after tho wives of the two members of tho linn sailed for this country arriving here September 30th They hud drafts on the banking house of Brown Bros Co for whioh they cashed Another draft of and others forsmaller amounts followed the but Brown Bros refused to honor these having received a cablegram from London advising them that the drafts Mrs Miller was presenting bo longed to the creditors Today Inspector Byrnes on tho strength of a cablegram received by the British Con sul arrested tho women The cable read as follows These pooplc aro supposed to be Americans from Chicago Warrants for their arvest have been granted Apply to the authorities for arrests Necessary doc uments will be sent as soon as Habeas wpwcs hnvo been obtained by the womens counsel returnable Monday the writs aro disposed of the women will be immediately arrested by tho United States authorities upon warrants charging them with bringing stolen money into this country ON ALL THE TRACKS FKISKY DENVJSlt STKKDS KIDOEN BY JOCKEYS Crovvds Witnoss Overland Day at Lntonia and Morris Hunks Wins DENVER Oct Special to There was a good crowd today at tho Over land Park The weather was all that could be desired and even the horses seemed to take on the enthusiasm of their hundreds of admirers The racing was spirited from tho start the betting to tho wildest anticipa tions of the bookmakers and everybody seemed to bo happy First was the Phil Zang Brewery stakes for twoyearolds for SiOO with to start for iivo and a half furlongs the winner to sell for Start ers Ahinmsca Naomi and Van Denventer It was closely contested from the start and finally won by Naomi with Van Dcrwontor a close second and Alamasca kicking tho dust in tho rear Time 1 14 Tho jraco was the Overland Club cap seveneighths of a mile horses to bo ridden by members of tho club or their guests The starters Delwood Greener Dcrondw and Napper Greenorran away twice before a start could be mado and was drawn Napper took a notion to go to the pad dock and did so in spite of all the efforts of his rider to keep him on tbo track Ho was finally wanted to draw him but was refused situation became very amusing The horses were finally started Napper won in a walk Delwood second Doronda Time Tbe third race was the freeforall pacing race for 5000 The starters wore Marlow Blonde Uncle lack L C Lee Turk W and Bawley Bowley won the first heat in vith FredW second and Unolo Tack third The second heat was Svon by Fred Bawley second Time Morrisey changed L 0 Lees driver at the end of this heat which was the cause of his winning tbo next heats arid Fourth race running seveneiRhths of a mile Tho starters were Sir Blue Rock Lew Egypt and Allie Lew Douglas took the raoe Allie second Blue Bock thi rcl 1 J5 Fifth the trot for The starters were Estabrook Ed H K Nero Daylight andActress Ed Marsh won the first This race to gether wittotbe unfinished pacing race will be finished Monday IJatonia and Morris Park LATONIA Track very fast Three yearolds and upwards mile and an eighth Hamlet won Bob Forsyth second Grey Cloud third 1 57J Threeyearolds Bobby Bench won Mildale second Ell third Tiroe Threeyearolds arid upwards mileand an won Pcna P second Verge p Or third Time Kentucky Central Eailroad stakes for 2yearolds Harry Boy won King man second Donald third Time five and onehalf furlongs Mary Virgin second Ono Dime third fiye and onehalf furlongs Bob L won Whitney second Onlight third MOBEIS PABK Oct tl All ages five fur Bradford won Keilly second Park ridge third Threeyearolds and upwards mile and a CometdTaw won Saluda second Sorrento third V Time Twoyearold fjllies five furlongs ijuil deau filly0wbn OoVrection second Evange line third Timei t White Plainshariditjay twoyearolds six Giscbri won La Tosca second Time New Epchelle stakes for all ages mile and a Tournanieut WOH DiaTilo secondi Senprita third Time and upwards mile and a Elktbn1 won Floodtide second Golden Eeel Tirae The Hiiudred Tard Record Broken One hundred yards was Tunttpdayinless than ten1 seconds It the record for a yard dash which has stood forso raanyjyearsjand which not a few high authorities in athletics hayo considered utmost of iunianspeed has been broken in a regular but it wasdone Beyond ontest of questjioiifat tjOrdays contest of i winner was adiairers and carried arway should other records were the day w 6ycr 250Qpebple Queen i Patk this afternoon to ness ifourye trotters support a populaliionv Rreiter tween Nancy H anJcsi driveniby Bxidd pbble and Mer lor Nancy in three v THE ROAD TO DEEP CREEK ThreeFourths of the Subscriptions Seeded Are Received ARGUMENT FOR LEASING THE SQUARE The R G Pikes Peak to the Grand Junction One hundred and fifty thousand dollars have been subscribed by Salt Lako citi zens and business houses toward the Deep Crook Kailrond and tho remaining to bo taken np by another Rut a number of the signers object to the citys giving up Fort Square to any railroad no what Jr is They hold that all the public squares should be re served for public parks These may not bis needed now but they will bo by and by U f W 1NOKPRN OUNCE The Rio Grande Western officials say their road is independent of any through traffic whatever The earnings on local traffic are over 70 per com of tho roads gross earnings in that 11 through trniho cut oft tho operating expenses and interest charges would be paid Moreover tho stoppage of through t radiis would rod IKVO materially the operating expenses And under present Conditions ius a broad line with only narrow gunge connections on east tho roads through frallie is limited to much greator extent than will obtain when able tn move both passengers and freight with out transfer Friends of the Western claim that General Palmer and Colonel Dodge aro independent of Huntington and would have no difficulty in raising money on tho Lou don marketfor an extension of tho Western through to the Pacific Coast Hut others urge that as these two gentlemen have all the money they want and aro somewhat ad vanced in years they would hardly caro about entering upon a fight with a com bination like Gould Sago and Huntington which would involve a great outlay of trains and capital and an enormous waste of en ergy anxiety and nervous force generally Indications are that the combination want tho Western and will pay a fair price for it but no more Will Messrs Palmer and Dodge sell at that iigure or strike for a fancy sum The former suggests itself as tho most likely W1D1JN1NO THE ENGINES Narrowgaugo engines 72 and 106 aro be ing converted tostandardgauge width as fast as possible in the Rio Grande Western erecting shop So many similar changes hnvo been made that tho road is now pretty well equipped with motive power So it can rustle along for month or two yet without difficulty when tho dozen new engines or dered some tjrae ago by Colonel Dodge will begla to show Tho remodeled locorob tives are put to switching immediately on yards thus releasing a corresponding num ber of heavy engines for liuo Ono of tho altered locomotives is rnnnirigTbn the Binglxam branch chutes be erected south of tho rounds house twelve onoach side of iho track Tho purchasing agents department has moved over to the second floor of thenew building where the clerks Lava plenty of light aqd air and when having nothing olso to do can lookout overthe desert far away studying the varied hand of nature The vacated quarters roundhouse offices are now being by the master mechanics office refer to the departed purchasing partment as a herd of bloated aristocrats E F Ballou a assfstaotini superintendents office is His case is not a bad one anoi his v friends look to see him back to work RESPONDING TO GRAND JUNCTION P A Leonard editor and manager Leadr villc Dispatch Will be accepted with T C Bosch accountant Bio Grfcnfle Western Will bo pleased to Ds with you rX when tbo time is William Brown assistant agent Rio Grande Western thingunforseen transpires I self the honor of being present with C W Burrjs attorney at V While I cannot now v that shouldcircumstances permit help to swell the number on V K G and ager of the Denver Republican East in a few days to be goneuntil theend ot the month and willhave to A representative of the Republican willat v V V Mayor Bradish of Grand man of the committee having charge of tho 4 celebration of the completion of the1 Rip Grande Junction has large number of responsestb sent out J H Bennett general freight aad passpn ger agent Rio Western I shall take great pleasure In accepting looJiS as though we would get a very Af number from Salt Lake City and number from Ogden and Proyb to visit city on that F j Kissel Mayor of have the pleasure on behalf of City Council and acknowledge V to attend Inp V honor of the completion of tho Rio Grande rj Junction Railway an event tbe best results to p tlfe we the shall notify you FOJt DEEP CRTIKK talk and comment von this great many people vjf in anything unless them In the man putL of one7 bundred thatdnderstindaVt or knows orcan money brain and unceasing J energyIt quires to local men put up all of liito an enterprisib that 4Wvi TT this country cot realize within flte y   

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