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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                1 THE WIOST EXTENSSVfe BEST ADVERTISISG MEDIUM IX Tllic ROCKY MOUNTAIN CIRCULATION EXCEEDING TltAT ALL THE QTHSR DAILIES IN CITY COMBINED VOL 2 4 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY 13 1890 PRICE FIVE CENTS PBOGBAMKE The Usual Crop oi Humors Concern ing the British Cabinet FIERCE STORM BREWING IN PORTUGAL The Dethronement of Young KJIIK Com ments on American JDoyky CJUKJ an Cttn of Europe little uiy im Mr Smith M now Oct Dispatch Han Chronicle ap proach of tinIIMVV session if Parliament has jriven riso to t ho usual iinfiiiri stllutimi of tho in really possible jiortarifo will ho mado that thoro Is jio loniicr any looking I his iiros ont and ho will midmihtodly lastout tills Parlhimcnt Tlmro may ho a few minor changes In view of tlut of social including tho Froo Kducatloiiai bill which U Is stated that Lord Salisbury lutoiidn U imfnl1 is viiit Srotlanil will forward a a preparation for tlio 01 Parliament which lho tkerrittilvoH admit oatind bo postponed Ue yond tho fall of Jiidocil tlu Jovorn merit has soorot orders looking tn a careful uf tho Consorvativo JUKI Uniums in a practical work ing M that all hanls may ho thor oughly proparod Cor a at any This Is tho way Lord Salis burys ministry rnifJiids tho situation and tho latest In Ireland havo strongthoiol this vlnw of tho political sky THK NOX Tho Shippers In ii is making very for carry ing on business without having It Mibjoct whims of union mon It has about corn pi o tod arrariKOimmts for opon injr frot labor rogistrlds at various points and Is also In tin ondoavor to frame rnaclilriory of conciliation to provont dis putos concerning watfos machine tins point of widespicad to tho Larjco employers of labor In tho various al unions aro asklntf to bo allowed to join tho Federation with tho ultimate of oonvtirtlnf It Jnto aix hnmonso gonoml ployors aponcy by tho operation or tho ntw tarllVs mainly to tho ox ton t to which sho supplied cotton yarns to Yorkshire and to tho and tnarkets vor tho manufaoturo of woolona oto Tho fools tho MoKlnloy schedule thus liuliroctly but with considcrablo force A Tho House oi Evidently Oil ilVffH LONDOPf fTniKtTNK Dispatch Francisco Clironiclo Advices from rortuKal HIT of tho utmost Knivlty A rovolutlon thivt would overthrow tho house of may break out at any mornonfc ami tlio chancos would bo vory nittoh In favor of Its success Young Kins Carlos Is in n prodloHtnont from which a war with England might ho ahanpy deliverance Tho in Nation Is almost as intonso t reigning house It Is against tho English and tho Invalid and inex perienced young monarch is held up to obloiuy as a faciletool of Lord Salisbury In robbing 1ortugal at hor colonial possess ions To defy Knjiland on tho ono hand moans tho loss of all that remains to Portu gal and the complete humiliation of thst country To comply with Knglands do mnnds moans tho probable If not eortaln overthrow of tho monarchy hater information shows that tho recent disturbances lit Mshon were much more serious than at the time reported both as to tho extent of thfi demonstrations and tho forco required ro suppress them but those demonstrations also revealed tho grave fact that neither tho army nor tho police can Vie relied upon in tho oven I of an nttorupt to overthrow the Government Tho Re publican feeling in Portugal Is very strong especially since the revolution In with which Portugal has always been Inti mately associated In Kontlmont as In origin and then I ho present Government of Franco Is decidedly hostile to King iarlos bocansn of the fact that his wife Is a daughter of tho do Paris Franco would not be at all averse to seeing tho House of Orleans weakened by tho expulsion of Queen Krnlllo and hor husband from their kingdom Horn Pedro has resumed his travels which lie confines to Kranoo and Knglanll Tn a voeoni interview he avowed that liehad given up hope of returning to Brazil and didnt lioiiovo that tno monarchy would ever be restored there Mine Pattl will build a synagogue at OraigyNos her in Wales THE DID XT London Explain tjic Collapse in American seciivitiOM Oct Commenting on tho oondltiinof the marUetfor Amorleaiisocuri tlos the past week the KcoHojJuVtsays Tlie rnost marked foaturo on the Stock Kvohango hiis been a collapse in Amorlean railway se In a lavge measure tied by recent events The McKlnloy Tariff law will increase railroad expenses and piay reduce traniiw whilst It will be dllHoult to eotnpensate fvir it by advancing rate iSomo Amorieun securities have ncently bocomo unsalable The confidence of in vestors vnd speculators Is nearly couipletoly The Olwnvr In tho course cf similar com ments says The public has been so badly blttun it will take time to restore con fidence Stocks are gettlusr into stronger hands but neither hero nor in New York is tho future regarded with certainly i Tho results of recent legislation on eovn niorco and ttnance must be A Socialist Congress Oct A Socialist Workmens Congress at which were represented IiJ3 aa suciatioiis composed mostly of the followers of Marx hero today Among tluV deiegntes were represCTitaMves of tho Eng lish Kighthour League The resolutions congratulating tho inan Socialists upon Mw expiration of the antiyoeiiilistlaw declaring tu favor of an international demonstration by workmen next May and also in favor of an in ternational miners strike at tho eivrl lost possible moment Cant Stand 1ne PARIS Oct It Is understood that tho Colombian Governmont asks tho Panacna Canal Company for a very heavy pay went for tho extension of timo 5n tho canal concession which the company dasiroSv It thought if Colombia persists iri jiuiiid the result will bo afinal wlmllns of the company gr for tho tiDtectives Bcourhig hiirbor in boats tiir day In soarrh of Dillon and OTtrion They boardd Mm steamers llrnbria and Wis and all tugs and tenders They srmhfd all mail trains Tho authorities evidently believe that Dillon and OBriun have not yet sailed Deasey md Lnnc Members of boarded tho intense curiosity AN AMIulLICAN BARITONE A Talented young Enpaged hy Doyley Carte FYaneisoo Clirtmtclf Uoyley Oarte isrtlowlyand carefully grettins wiKofher a company for tho prodiuaion at liis fine new theater of Sullivans urand opera fvan This week he signed a contract with thn talented yountf Kraneols Nolje creati the baritone role that of tho Templar is a man of whom lils friends ox pod Jjrnat tlilnjjs lieisfi favorite pupil of with vhoni ho studied for several years in Dres den ih made his debut in London two aio at Nilssons farewell concert at Albort Hall His American debut was with the flara Jompfitiy arid has KIHIK with in and JiolKsmla as well as in niblifs and private concuris in London Nuijo will Lro to Dresden to study music with InsuntJ Duke LONOON Hi has boon learned Miat at tho close of tho Russian military maneuvers In Volhyniu Grand Duke Nich olas who had chief command suddenly be came insane from tho ellucts of a disease from which he has sulFered Molan choly and heartrondlnfr suencs ensued tiiHll he was removed to General MartyrolVs Physicians dwclaro Ills condition hopeless Mrs OConnor Injured LONDON Out wife of jiKMiiber of Parliament for ftus Donegal was found today lying uucon Kcious In a pool of blood at Wai worth road station OLIO of her was brokec and several Hcvoro wounds on tiie head is supposed the foil from the platform of AVal worth road station to tho street beneath Kioto in China SifANOtiAi Oct Governments action In levying an increased tax on native opium meets with much opposition Tho to collect the now import caused riots in various parts of China In a riot of this kind afc JUlhow many persons wore killed The Viceroy of Liantfhu openly refused to allow collection of tho tax in his Jurisdic Am olio Jjtmjro Drops Dead Oct Lango tho au thoress dropped clead today in Lesslnp Theater JUSTICE MILLERS VITALITY TUB DrSTINOUJSHJBI STILL LIN OK US AMONG THIS LIVING Ho In Gradually Growing Weaker and KisKolatlon Is iHojnoxitarlly of tho Family Start for Wash lug1 K Oafc groat vitality exhibited by rlustiooMllIor is surprlsiuj to bin physicians and friends At this evening bo was still allvo but unconscious and tlio family wore gathered at the bidftido uwaitiiiK tho HnAl ohiuigc Thoro has boiyi no chuKJ in Mlllors con riiMon siiico oarly moniinp All day the phyHidlans and watoliors havo bcon pathorert around tho bodsldo moinontarlly oxpoonlns dissolution and It has been owing to Ills wonderful vitality that ho lived through tho day Tho physicians say ho has bnisu dying all day and tlio ond is not far off During thu day respira tion lias grown shorter tlio pulse increased and tho throat constantly filled with phlegm rendering broathing oxtremoiy This afternoon ivhon Dr Lincoln rolltmul Dr Cook ho notlood a marked change in the patients condition and know them that ho was beyond medical assistance Dnilnp the lay and evening a laigo num ber of persons called Only tlie Justices tho Supremo Court were admitted to thoB sick room A telegram was received during thn day tluut Mrs and IMrs Oork hlll daughters of tho Jurist havo loft Oinuhii and would arrive hero tonlghti Mrs Harrison and Gluof Jnstloo Fullov woro among tho callers each rnmahilng several hours WASfUNOTGN Oct 1 oclock this Monday morning Justice Miller is sinking rapidly and breathing Is becoming more It is hardly possible at times to whether ho is alivo or dead so feeble is tho rosplrution v At a m 1 ustico Miller is still alivo xlDMlNISTBATJON Ho Will Uoconatruct Salvalovian Politics on a Ijiberal Bttflis SAN SALVADOR Dls clomency of President is becoming more apparent d illy Ono of his first acts after being elected ProsidoRt wns 1o ask Congress to grant general amnesty to all political Recently he personally a letter to Dr Ayala Vioorresl dont under who la in Honduras asking him to return to Salvador itbeing idea to rooonstruct politics in tlio Republic on the most liberal and compre hensive ideas which will insure every In habitant In full possession oC all the liberties guarantoocl by tho Constitution 4Ho is looked upon as tho most democratic dent ovor in San Salvador cabinet is now Conned as follows Secretary oC Foreign Manuel Y Morales Secretary of Public Instruc tion Justice and Religion Dr Alberto JMena PecretJiry of War Marine Treasury ami Interior Benjamin The ap pointments of Drs Morales and Men a who are thoHwo loading lawyors in the Ropub lie have boon soerotly made and give en tire satisfaction The many portfolios now held by Giivalsi will soon be Ezeta has written to Geronimo Pan Salvadoriaa uUnlster to stating that it lie de to return to Salvador he will bo pleased to nmkohlm Atpres onfa legation will not be established in months later tho idea will bo carried outs with Pan tis thoTnttctf States as woil as to Mexico AN UNSATISFACTORY Tho Dissatisfied Heirs Affroo to a Cbmiuon Division T PAtO rTrauuNB Dls Pan Francisco Chronicle A sensation bas been created business circles the atmoutioement that Mrs Edward Largeviu had refused to ofler tho vlll ofhcr late husband probate al died weeks Ho left an estate at di vided pretty eqtially ciren with the of George govin hia only sorj to whom ho left on accbuutot his is stated Largoytoi the consent of all the children wiillnirn the will aud allow young Large to lusvtull sha ro of es toto under the common law A Oct tlbu w ashonored IH THE NAME OF THE LORD The Czar Propitiates Providence by Persecuting the Jews THOUSANDS OF FAMILIES BROKEN UP The Jews Compelled to in De fense of the Government that De clares Tlicm Mercy Shown the Afflicted People a Jittlp a1 M ST PTmmsBirna Oct Francisco Chronicle The oflicial crusade against the Tows goes on steadily from had to worse At lirst tho persecuted people hoped that tho ukasoor the would only be partially enforced and that after a time matters would settle bufU in thoir occustomed channel but they now find all such hopes a vain delusion and their worst oars nioro than realized The dcctid of oppression and exile is being en forced to the very without a single touch of mercy True tho Government dil igenUy sends sorth denials that any perse cution Is in progress and Its denials an oilicially accepted as tho truth by other European governments The fact Is evur that the rnost gloomy and tragic ac counts that have been published of Uio hjiviiffiilnd to express thu full measure its atrocious Scarcely in tho days of dragonnades was a rnorc crue1 and relentless warfare waged against a helpless and unfortunate people Apart Iroru the almost incredible vio lence and outrages daily practiced upon the Jews by the soldiery and civil ofllclals and populace a number of tho most strin gent laws aro about to put Into execu tion the elloct of which will bo to make every Jew in Tinssia art outlaw Fur ex ample tho Jaw of granting tho Jews permission to live and engage in business in tho interior of tho Km pi re Is to be repealed It is every Provincial Governor in tho urges such action and a formal proclamation of repealis daily looked for The result willbe tho practical extermina tion of at least ilUOfOOO Jewish families for then ohoy will ho absolutely forbidden to trade In any chief commodities of the coun try such as grain provisions cattle lum ber and spirits Moreover a majority of them wiio have sottlod in tho villages will lo driven from their homos and prop erty onliscatod This fate will befall at least a half million souls Besides those all the Polish Tows in the Province of Russian Poland will bo expelled and Jews who by virtue of the Ministerial order of 1S80 were allowed to and trade in the interior of tho Em pire in tho towns of Liban Kostoff and Kieff where thoy a degree of municipal protection will likewise be forced to leave their habitations While such deadly blows are struck at tho in their homes otheij discriminations tiro beitig nmdo itgainst them For ox ample it has long boon tho law of Russia that ah only son on whom tho family is dependent for support is whether Jew or Christian exempt from military uso but it is now pro posed to deprive the Jews of this and other military exemptions when occasion arises for tho completion of a given number of recruits of Jews who1 escape conscription ato to bo lined 300 roubles und it is proposed In every case of Jewish de sertion to levy a lino of 000 roubles on the comiuunUy to which ho belongs Jews aro tobo forced to defend lives an that outlaws them The is often asked Why does tho present who is personally a good man so cruelly persecute those people Tho answer is easily given Hois areligious monomaniac Ho has Inherited the same fanaticism that characterized his unhappy mother arid added to it by brooding0ver his perils in tho solitary confinement of his bombproof palaces Thus hohsis become convinced that nihilism is permitted to af flict him to punish him for tho empires laxity of faith that his fathers death and the attempts that have been made upon liis own life aro just so many dispensations of Providence sent as judg ments becauseof Russias tolerance of here tics To suppress restore peace and security therefore itis only accessary to stamp outheterodoxy So he has set his face like flint against ail who do tho kneo to tho orthodox Greek Church THE PATRIOTIC CIjFARlNGKOUSK EXCHANGES The Showings IVIaclc by the Cities of the Country BOSTON Oct to THE following table compiled from dispatches from the clearinghouses of tho cities named shows the gross exchanges for last week with the relative per cent of in crease and decrease as against similar amounts for the corresponding week in ISSJ Illld providence Col HID bus Duluth Ofo Worth Washington Josoph Port hi nd New 1hi von Kpringlkilfl Norfolk Seal tie Sioux Wilmington Wichita Grand Rapids What the Daughters of the Ameri can Revolution Will Do Oct A ri organization has boon perfected here to be known as the Daughters of the Arnerioan Tho olrjoob is to secure and preserve the historical spots of Amor lea and erect thpreon suitable monuments to the montory M tho hcroki deeds of m tin and women who aided iho Kovolution and created a government in Anierioa jantlh Harrison hasbeen elected genoral and Mrs Klbra Adams Darling vice presidontatJarge in charge of the Organ i zatipn Other oflicors The first undertaking of the socle by will bo tho of the to mother of President ington and asked to send a jRiBsblutions were setting apart the llth of pctpbor Tiianent anniversary or rmeoting day of society in com the discovery of America aticl requesting that a special build ing oiSpace be the Worlds Fair for relics and things illustrative of the period of1 the exhibition to be brought here after the f air Cbnfeclcracy B JDauphter Cftrpniclc The Sir AlfredWilkinson of which seenoriso remarkably bo friends of Miss Davis here state7 is broken off f or goodi The reason assigned is ill health on the the youug On some Wilkinsons the misfortunes of Wilklnspos funiily had shapIrigvMiss vWinnies The Nicaragua 12 Wash ing ton recoiyed here turn Ishes for confidence that the Nicaragua canall be corapleted are now more than on surveying tho miider tlte of ChleilBnr glneer m ates wldchvtacibase ssa Lowell iMoinos Chat Uuioog Lor Now I oiiford Ky Topoka Wontroal Lmlco Jscw liVi Hoston ChicMso IliiladcJphiu SI LOIIIF Ssm Francisco Pi it UiUtiinon1 Cincinniiii Kiinsiis 6i New Orlosins Loldsviilo Detroit Miniiisipolis Of 1 J I SO J 9157 7rAOA3 5 2 r s 03 S 75 3 Outside of totals No clearinghouse at this last year THE HIGHEST TRIBUNAL The Supreme Court of the United States Meets ToDay iWASnrNCJTON Oct The October term of the Supreme Court begins tomorrow The familiar form of its oldest member Justice Mil lor will bo missing Should ho die before court convenes an adjournment at once taken out of respect to his memory The coming term of the court will be a busy one A number of interesting cases will bo pressedior hear ing Notice has already been given that an effort will bomadcrtp1 impeach the constitu tionality of the New York electrocution law on the ground that it is cruel and unusual The appeal in the case of imprisoned Chicago anarchists will also coroo up The liquor laws of various States how ever will furnish the largest number of cases of general The count will early bo given an opportunity in the case brought from Kansas to rcaffirnl the doc trine laid down in tho original package de cision There are also some from States A REPORT DENTED Secretary Tracy in an interview last night said the report cabled from Lon don thathe had boycotted Koachs ship yards because the property had chased byan English syndicate a hum Ho had not known that thp yards had been sold until ho saw the cablegram JONES WltL SUCCEED HIMSELF The Nevada Senator Anticipates a His JLand Scheme NEW YORK Oct San Francisco Series United States Senator John l Tones of who is on his way homo from his Qon grossionai duties at is stop ping at the HofTmah House Speaking of Well I doubt b u t th eEep ublicans will be su ccessful th Is fall and with increased A mom ber of and a elected The coming Legislature is to elect a United States Senator to succeed myself and there will be a vigorous contest lor the place There may bo a candi date to competewith me but t trust km not tho modesty when 1 say that a was made an to tho downward course of the State in to population and wealth5 rested V TbeVo is be assii mption by the of the good arid lands which are within an of irrigation should have thp P United Sliates j had j under taken th is enterprise butlas it was shall push lined thrqugh the Effect ol v the Six and EightInch Srm FranciscpS Chrp nwlc gprips T Ho Armor has reassem bied at napplis to examine the back plates that had been coinpetifclye trials last the plates pak having been the sothat thorough exciminatioris1 could be madeIt was iound thatron of shells froni a gun had nptappa extended radialdistance of OTpre thaii inchesvi arbuud the to Tbeiast twhittti lroke left embedded atibV while voalclbickiiiswas a of the steel there weirp no signs of bracks tion extending ETrOrIA f 5 2 KS H HAPEL MONSTER of Iho1 oi rcbmpoundi i1 mfers1 petitibjfe r Revolting Scenes Witnessed by Jack the Rippers Landlady SHE SAW THE PACKAGES OF HUMAN FLESH A BloodCiirdlinj Narrative K el ft ted to the London ious Death on an Onirtha Strect London Swindlers Were Chicago Men Oct Sail Francisco Chronicle Series sensation of the most enormous proportions was onused bore by the statement made yesterday by a lodginghouse keeper who is located in tho WhiUJChapel district and claims that It WHS at her house that lack the Kipper lived during his sanguinary escapades there abouts The woman who keeps tho house ciitue to Albert Backerl chairman of the vigilance comiuittee raid in tho presence of several witnesses toldvher story and after ward swore to it The woman who ia a respectable person known to to be quiet and conducting a thoroughly reliable place says tho period marked by the distinctive mur ders of the a young man called at her house and engaged a bedroom Ho stated to her in reply to her questions as to his business and his ability to pay for the accommodations that lie had been to sea up to tho time of his coining there and that now he did nob work at all but was in re ceipt of an allowance from his father of il pur week and that his brother who was a physician gave him a further allowance of a trifle over this amount When he took possession of the apartment the woman no ticed that he had a great quantity of cloth jng of all kinds including hunting breeches as well as several revolvers guns and many other articles not often found in the onttit of a workinguiau Ho asked for a door key which was given him and sho noticed that he wont out and oaino in at unusual and irregular hours of the night What first excited her suspicion that there was something unusual about him was tho bloody condition In which she often found towels sent to his room She finally spoke to tho man of this and remonstrated with him for soiling the articles in such a manner and asked what had caused such a prolusion of blood Ho endeavored to ex plain tho thing away by saying that he was veryfond of painting and in his prepara tions he was in the habit of wiping his brushes on the towels This probably stained then so as to give tho impression that it was blood Further than this tLo woman stated that sho knows from hor own knowledge that he sent severalpersons pieces of what appeared to be raw liver she happened In his room for the purpose of attendingto some of her household dutiesand there she sawhim with a newspaper spread his table and upon it a large piece of raw meat which she at acllstanoo took to bo liver anotheroccasion somewhat later than this she saw the man do up a piece of this meat in a small box tie it securely and addressit to tho chairman vigilance committee and leave the house with it under his arm She never saw it or the box after ward Further even than this tho woman affirms that she saw the man place small bits of flesh in envelopes whichhe addressed to different news agencies and papers and also to prominent members of the police On two occasions he brought home with him blood stained aprons he gave to her land which sho still has ready to turn over to tho police believing they belonged1 to two of his victims She says thatho always seemed to have ample money and spent It with a degree of lavisbness not of in that locality On the morning of the Castle alley mur der which was the lastthat Jack has thus far committed her lodger left and has not yet returned The woman gives as her reason for not speaking earlier the fact that she did not suspect the identity of the man until after he had got beyond her reach and then she feared to go to the po lled but the secret so weighted upon her mind that sho could keep it no longer THEY WERE PROM CHICAGO More About Miller and Field the Alleged IJondou SwimUers Oct publication hero of the arrest of IMrs Mrs Field in New York for bringing to thiscountry a large amount of money alleged to be tho proceeds of a swindling schemeof their husbands createdmuch inter est here where both the menatid their wives are well known A gentleman ac quainted with thorn that Fielti was abouiv tiftyfour old He came b ere thirty years ago from Now York State wcntiinto newspaperwork and wasfor a tiimo editor of the ffot iiito the business at which lie continued a nuiiiber of Holeft a year ago and up the publication of todays hadbeen hoard of Miller is not so knowri but stood quite He vas cpnnectefi bucketshops scheme the collapse of which years afco ere Millers wife niece ofGov ernor Yates No details are of the alleged swindling scheme in 7 DRUGGED ROBBED Explanation of a Mysteridiiia Death at Omaha Oct toTRIB night agent at and street cVble afber beinkvremdved Central Police dollars in cash and a gold he druggea and cable C H AT is t p l Ramsey had n dispute with a negro just be fore leaving Viokshurg in which ho licensed the necrro of stealing As the train pulled out ths negro threw a car nin at Ramsey who drew his pistol And fired at tho negro with fatal etlVot Kanisey gavo bail for S2000 and was permitted to resusno charge of his train A Womans Fate WASHINGTON Oct Mrs Panders Uillgate keeper and postmistress at Toledo who was shot by masked ruf fiansFriday night died Three men aro under arrest and the orVieiiils say they are undoubtedly the right ones They in t ended to plunder tho house 5ut the bravo woman who was a soldiers widow resisted and lired an sliot it them They roturnod the lire mortally wounding hor uud lied THE LATEST 0 P SMASHUP A Freight Train Derailed and One San Instantly THREE CARS OF FINE HORSES INJURED An Tncentliary K Frank Wooden a colored ineoiniiary was lynched today THE CAKK FAD McAllisters Four HmulreiV Adopt ho Plantation WalkAround NKW YORK Oct nispatch Pan Francisco ChrmitelcPerils walk is be the fashlouaMe of the season of 001H It has on HIco wild fire Season and soene unchanged re but the eotillion has jrono and is universally condemned as a continental To Mrs Pamnel J Colgate of No 4 West Sixteenth street lielonixs honor of the ihst great cake of the 400 It was the crowning feature of her recent hall at her country seat at Nmv ham four N Y At present it is arranged to begin with a dance called tho cake which gradually into a veritable prome nade which Southern negro delights in This Is not considered tic among the swell Africans and Inier on will probably be abandoned by society Mrs Colgates beauty Is acknowledged by all and she never looked handsomer than when sho headed the cakewulk tno tmno of Pixie Tfc was a tremendous hit Ward McAllister will be home by Tuesday at least cue week earlier than usual to afford himself the necessary time to arrange ami simplify tho code of procedure for the walkers Arm swinging js of question in the up aro correct is tho couples walk more than two feet apart from each other Glancing back is strictly prohibited as it causes great eon fusion Tho oyes must vacancy di rectly in front of them Laughing giggling or even smiling are entirely barred out Threequarters of an hour is about tho proper duration of tho walk Tho leader after going around tho circle of the largo hall in which the walks are given for some time diverges suddenly and goes across in a zigzag fashion This rattles the poorer walkers and brings confusion to their ranks Tho cotillion loaders are not aroused to tho contemplated change as would be supposed WILL SHOOT m SIGHT THE DEADLY BETWEEN CAK VJCR AND 3JUEFAJLO BILL It Is a Qnarrel of tonff Standing and When the Two Iffeet There Tfill Be a Wild West Corpse NEW YORK Oct TRIBUNE San Francisco Chronicle Series If Buffalo and Dr Oarver ever come together one or both of them will said Colonel John Ellis of Wichita Kansas to a reporter who mot him at the Hoffman House to night Colonel Ellis has just arrived from Europe and was in Hamburg during tho recent trouble between the rival Wild West leaders in fact ho says ho is responsible for tho publicity of the matter as he gave tho police tho tip that there was likely to be a fight and this led to the surveillanceto which both Cody iud Carver were subjected by the authorities What mado you think trouble was Oh that has been known for along time Neither would avoid an encounter but neither courted it You seo Carver has followed over Buffalo Billsroute and it is said has mado more moneythan Cody of course makes Cody sore and in creases the enmity already had for his rival When they struck Hamburg together a light seemed inevitable The cowboys ami Indiansshared in tho hatred and had sev eral street flghts Thou I warned tho po What caused the personal feeling be tween Cody and Carver That dates back to when they were in partnership some years ago There was a row in St Louis When this partnership was dissolved six or seven years ago both men were ugly and sboouori sight was the warning on both sides Carver was stopping at the Southern and Cody started out to find him Carver saw him coming doivn the street and wishing to avoid a street fight ascended tbti stairs abd with a drawn re volver waited Tho two men have never since If they do there will be some shooting that is not for fun Both are bravo and v THE PRESIDENTS SUNDAY The Executive Spends a Qiiiet Day at Indianapolis INDIA NAPOMS Oct Tho Presidential party arrived early this morning from St Louis The Presidents daughter MrsiMo and husband with Baby McKee vrelcomed the Chief Ex Beyond these and reporters there was no one to welcome hi m tho President having earnestly requested The Presi for news of Justice Wilier and seemed to boar that still lived to the of Mr the remainder of the party ex cepting Private Secretary Halford went to the Hotel Denison Afterbreakfast the President attended services at bis old church the First Presby terian and after greeted many bld dined with Secretary Tracy and later the by exSenator McDonald drove about the v The party hadsupper at the McKee res idencc which many visitors called iu formally upon the At ID oclock the party repaired to the private coach and retired The traiiiJeayes at 0 oclock in the PRTED HIS 0 man rwboV Ql brains cu h iis roprn at an ho in Victims of the Chicago Fire Identi Hotel Was a Regular Floods in TVest Record magin ary rJtLVfe f Jpbtr 11 ROCK SPRTXOS Oct to railroad accident happened it Rod Desert a small station on tho Union raiMtli about miles oust of Koclc Sprincs this morning with fatal results It a special freijihf going ar a fust rato of speed Tlio locomo tive ind six cars passed the all right but the next oar jumped the to the breaking of a on tho switch IT i soetion hand was killed out rltrlit and his lxdy biidly mangled by a car toppling on him and pieces of tho debris entered his body Ho brought into Kock Springs on tho Overland Flyer which three hours late Three ears of horses ono fullblooded stock valued lefl the track and either seriously or fatally all The roar end of train ran into the depot moving it three feet from its foundation The conductor received a sprained back The cars were mostly ro duced to kindling wood Nineteen out of twenty trains have boon Into for Uio past month everybody is A REGULAR FIRKTRAP Good Work of tho Firemen at tho Firn CHICAGO Oct bodies of tho two jiien burned in the Putnam Hotel lire early this morning believed to be those of Saston and Berry were identified today as those of Tom Dawlor and 11 1C Sains The origin of the lire is now a as tho hotel people positively assort there was no lamp In the hall Tho place was a regular fire trap Tho halls aro narrow and crooked and tho stairway is in tho center of the building Very little fire was sufficient to niako enough smoko to render the halls im passable The only flrc escape on the build ing was outside of the window of tho room occupied by ono of tho lodgers who tho other unfortunates had to arouse before they could get out of tho burning hall Few availed themselves of it however as thu firemen were veryquick with their lad dcrs Had It not been for the brave work of the firemen others would undoubtedly have been suffocated Floods in West Virginia Oct rainstorm in this vicinity this evening did much damage In CaldwelPs Kun Valley many families were flooded out many cattlo drowned and much property de the railroads suffered roadbeds ancl bridges being Tho Baltimore Ohio was damaged most and traOlc on that line is to night Throughout thecity there was much i damage and in the Eighth ward and waver was cutoff by tlio breaking of tho street mains Five Men Drowned KINKORA N Oct young toon Solomon John and Angelo Fletcher Obeafiw Merriotetand Alonzo Cannon were drownefi in the river near here this afternoon the capsizing of a boat in which thoy were bringing some laige timbers down A Great Northern Wreck ST PAUL Oct Omaha stock and an Eastern Minnesota col lided on the Great Northern lino Fireman Hill was killed Firemata Anderson fatally wounded seriously Crushed by Steel Bars CHICAGO Oct six nien were engaged in hoisting soreesteel bars weigh ing several tons at the IllinoisSteel Oomr panys yards this afternoon the derrick broke and the mass fell upon the Mien All were badly injured and one will probably dtei HOSPITAL METHODS Dr Hamilton Will Publish a Book on the Subject NEW TRIBUNE Francisco Chronicle Ooneral Hamilton head of the United States J hospital and medical service came home today from Europe where he has making an exhaustive examination of methods He was sent by tho Government iSrst as a delegate to the Berlia Medical Congress andthen to write are port on modern ideas in hospital buildiijg and trcitniHiit Dr been Tn thattime ho visited tiie principal Berlin Vienna Florence Rome Leghorn Genoa Paris Ijondon Glasgow Edinburgh The Ji his observation the Pu bite Printer has now iri Diagrams d ra wings and phptos a great stack of which Dr Haroilton brought home Wim will be used to Medical Bureau is a sort vi quartersfor information tcrs Whenever town country wants build a it be jr in s b y n d ing to Wash i ug ton to fi nfi ou t hovT ix build Dr Hamiltons report inuended to meet this demand The Westminster Revision Vr Or Oct DIsj one jesterday by TJiittiieon the revision of the i faltb of jitbiiyC Nevr Jerseysynod place of a sick ixiemberi Mi seat yejsterday JThtis far tion of the work of vsisted inijfeferrii sec ten cos to sulj psctedthat some important r madefy commit Ji sessions will tlie members February next AH vrill all today outy   

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