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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah THE MOST EXTEpSIVE BEST MEDIUM ROCKY MOUKTAtN WctON TOI 2 4 SALT LAICS CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY 15 1S90 THE NEWS OF OTHER Ira Booths Funeral Fills iondon With Salvation Crowds WHAT CAUSED THE TIDING REVOLT The People labelled the ttnle of CnMiolic Dutch KoKoocy PftmanilcclHoclelistH in Sailor a ants slitiuld he dlxmtosed The Coin took note of Hfsiilys objection and allowed hn Crown to proceed with tho prosecution Constnh Loiiiuie ono of the witneHHCs tostUIfd ho was employed by the Gov ernment to various persons ivnd In tbo course f a severe oroxboxurnlnatioi wax forced to admit that John Morleyi narno Included In tho list fvONTOX Oct The Catherine tooth wife who IK known us tho fclon tro funeral t Mrs 1 Booth of lodny was KonirImw Oct Drlant General soninlaw has boci ordered from Tunis to us a disciplinary moa to Captain having announced tho jMibllcutioM of hin now book without having first obtained permission of tho Minister of War A Decline In Securities Oct prospects for ftOrripllcalloviH growing out of tho dlfllMilty between England and Portugal rained a decline in London Mils morning In ri I sorts or securities and tho Americans Humored with thu rest It Is that a large outside house is In trouble A Clmtcnu Sacked and Mm fumral from tho army wan rniistorod lo 1nrk tory where lay through the donsoly populated or Stoke and Nowlnston Tho eiillrf route wan lined with lenso crowds and ihn windows Of the houses woro thronged All the mitcrlng London ran ox en rslon and tho throng In Uio city wns augmented by Immense numbers of Sal vationists and friends from tbft provinces There wan also a largo from for eign countries Tho army was aUlwl In wearing tho whit of rnourn was ovfrywhtro conspicuous T ho crowd in numbers whUA gatbered to witness on May ors day Tho was convincing proof that ho Halvatlfifi Army wields a powerful Inlluonee throughout tho country Tho remains of Mrs Itooth wore lUlnjn from tho Olympic during tho night anl con voyed to tin imadfniartirM of tho army on Vlolorla street Thocoflln upon a kind of gun mrilnge on whhn wom hor bonnet and a Bible Whim the proeoKslcm had boon formod tho gun carriitgw drawn Into position in tho lino members of the Booth family took places an tho procession started from the ombanloi Out Thoro wore If toon bands In lino i Oct Count do La Granges rhalerm neur Dornfronl was Biiokod and The entire building was destroyed There wore many valuable works ot art In tlm chateau nil or which wero lent Tho police are seeking the culprits Graham and HarrinKton DocHno Him UN Oot Irish Times says William A fJniham and Timothy Harring ton who were appointed members of tho oommlUeo to visit Uio United States to solicit aid for tho Irish oauae havo refused Lo accept tho appointments British Ja tho fVH of voro on da those who took part In tho proensislon ollicors of tho army and frf not bolni allowed to marfih Thousands of persons ontorcd tho Oi tery to witness the last sad rites Tho K of tho was added tooyadotiso novor llftod durlnf tho proceed VVhon tho procession ontorcd tho oomefloiy tho Rim was drawn busldo tho opon tho collln reniovod by of iho army and lowered Into tho oarln Oonofal Booth stood at tho head of tho prave ajnd JoacJ the burial service Oillcors of tho army rom various points In Enfiland tho BrltiVh Colonies America the OonMnont and ollvorod orations THE TICINO c 1 r Dot Tho Governor of In a dispatch dated tho llth tho rcportn of Ihe entry of firlMsh gunboaLs Into tho Zambesi river Tho Portuguese protested against tho advance of iho British fleet SpninM Protecttvo MADitin Oot Tho commission ap pointed by tho Cortes to consider Spains commercial relations advised Govorn monl at tho expiration of the troatlos In ISO to rostoro tho old protection tariff of 1877 AustralhiH DMnstrous HinNicv Oct a spuoch In tho Cham ber today tho Premier declared that tho present strllco In AtistriLlia had boon almost as disastrous to tho UH a bombard monli would bo Tho Government ho aald was determined to bo aupromo Dillon and OBrien PARIS Oot Is reported Dil lon and OHrlon have loft fJhatoaufirlf for Paris and will go in Havro on Friday and ttrnhark for America on Saturday LONDON Oot KinmlnrtVa Paris correspondent says It is roportod that Dillon and ORrlon have Just through IarJs on route to A DETECTIVE 6AN8 Infamous Praetices Charged Against Denvers Blackmailing Tliugs SIX ARRESTED UNDER IHDIGTME8TS They Levy Tribtito on Prostitntes and Gamblcrfl Tho SwindlinR Operations of Miller and North Carolina Husband Squares Things With a Criminal Kccord a man and woman of Celeste Caines the f yearold daughterof Colononvilliam Galncs of Austin They snatched her from her nurse when tho latter was oat walking with tho child and drove rapidly away in a car riage No traco of them has yet been found JOHN W YOUNG TALKS The Crnxy Grand Puke ST rKTKUsmtiiei Oct Dukfi Nloholjis who booamo Insane during tho ro oont army manomorsv will lio convoyed to Crimea to spend tho ITS RHrATION TO Che People Rebelled Itulo otn Church Clique UICTINE Oct Dlnpatoh Francisco Chrontole Series Federal Council has aent a telegraphic dispatch to Colonel Kounull Federal Commissioner tn thoOantou of Tlolmi who tendered bis resig nation on tho ground that any attempt to curry out tho Federal Governments orders to reinstate tho Govern ment In Tlolno would ho followed by blood shod allowing him to postpone until Tues day reestablishment of the former govern ment of tho Canton Tho incidents of tomorrow will decide whether the oufcbroiik In Canton Tloino will terminate peacefully or tho whole of Swit zerland will be involved In that local affair and bo compelled to face something Ilko tho famous religious war of the Sonderbunfl half a century ago Tho same sources of trouble exist that is religious causes the radicals of Ticlno comnlalnlng that tholr Canton Is unlawfully govotnptl by a Catholic clique Fortunately tho federal power Is stronger now than It was at tho timo of the Bonderbund and It can enforce respect to tho Constitution while maintalnhig Intact tho peoples rights Still tho Federal tom sent to Tloino Is afraid that tbo folnstallment of the local conservative gov ernment which was overthrown by tho revo lution at Ilelllnzona on September 11 might followed by bloodshed and ho has tou his resignation rather than proceed to enforce that rvlnstaUnicnt A rKACKKUV KKISSTATKMRNT RESNK Oct Colonel Federal CommissionerIn tho canton of Ticlno has quietly reinstated tho conservative government and too fod srtil cavalry Is withdrawn A Dutch KoRoney Demanded AMSTEIIPAM Oct meeting of So cialists was bold hero today to discuss dm manifesto issued Ay an ngltator namod Thi dnll formerly an ofiloer In tho Dutch amy regarding the national defences The King recently refused audience to Tlmlnll who thereupon charged tlni Ministry with vio lating tho Constitution basing his Uon on tho ground that tho King If ought to bo visible otherwise a roRojuy should bo established Tlndnll todny ft sneeob demanding tbo establishment of a regency A rosolutlon to tho otTtnt that royalty been seriously prcjudivid IUK the crown hud lost its prestige was adopted The European TnritY Conference PAHIS Oot Temps eonumiiMni on the Horlin statoiuont that tho are conferring about iloKinlty tarilY declares that stuh con toronoos amount merely to Ideas precise propisala hiiviivon foriuulatod The government has dtvidrd submit to tho and ohambir a bill providing a French tariff n goods from Oittintrits whoso regulations are unfavorablo to products rind n minimum tariff on exports from countries whoso tariffs aro favorable Dined hy the OoPRNOAOKX Oct U Klnl Christ gave a dinner at the yestinlay tho officers Of the United States United States Minister uul Mrs Carr wero also preent Tho Kinc proposed the health of Prosidont and Carr toasted tbo health of din family The King and Queen am princo wil visit the iJaltlrnorc on T h u rsd Socialists in Conference HALLK Oct todays session of tho Socialist Congress a resolution dtemrhii that the Socialists should to obtain their objects only thru ugh Uio enactmout Of laws by 1arliament was passed CALAIS Oct large Socialist Con gress of Collect vists is In session hereto consider the question of cooperative organ ization x i The Irish Trials Oct prosecutor for the Crown dismissed tho casn OMahoney Trhose Illness prevents his at tending couvts Timothy Healy argued tbat j donthad tho ovidcnco against OMahonoy paid a vKsiVi equally affected all he dofondanta that tholatoHnsi the charge against him having been clis ordered the the chargo against all the defend to Bo Attached OAIFIO Dot Diana is propar Ing tn fiUacIc Snaklm Arcangitmuuts are being mado to send rolnforoemontM Tho Now Cabinet LtanoN Oct now Cabinet today took tho oath of allegiance to tho King The ministry Is a coalition ono THE FAVORED NATION CLAUSE TZIK TKKATIKS Thn Stato Oopftrtincnt Does Not Vlovr It as Starch liurbor Bofonno Kum WASniMOTOX Oot dispatch from London assorts that Spain cannot nogotiuto h reciprocity treaty with tho United States for tho cotton trado without violating tbo clause In tho existing treaties with other nations It Is said at Department of State that this point was llnally decided in when Minister Foster iJpgotlHUil a reciprocity treaty and Is no revived not by Spain it by tho commor olal Intoresis of Groat Britain Tho Unlto ftatos also bus i favored nation clause i most of hor commercial treaties but thi will not I ho Govotiunont In th negotiation of a rcclprocitj treaty or ar pangomoiits with other because th Department of uniformly hoi that tho favored nations clfuiso applies on tho privileges are granted freely air cnnsUlnratlun but whorovor consideration Is made the condltlo of favor granted or received the tav nntlon clauso does not apply A CALIKOKNIA APPOISTMENT today appointed Charle UnTtei States Attoruej thorn pistrliVof THE sViucrt DENVER Oct to grand jury reported to Judge Docker at I oclock this afternoon and among other indictments returned wero sever against certain members of tho city detect ive force Six indictments for false Imprls onrnont wore foiled against Chief Loar an Detectives Clark Grockor an Ingersoll two for assault to kill and on for assault battery against Watirous tho complaining witnesses being Dan Sink and B K Smiley ono for assault and on for assault and battery ngiilnst Crocker Dan Sinks prosecuting witness ono for as saulh and battery iitalnst Clark B F Smlloy prosecuting witness ono agalns ingorsoll for assault and battery Tho capiases were Issued immediately ant tho defendants appeared In court and fur nishcd bonds The cases worn sot for trla on Monday October Tho bonds wo fixed In tho felony eases at S2000 am and In tho misdemeanor cases at TtoMHns thi charges of assault to murder othor serious charges havo been made against tho force which without doubt Is ono of tho most corrupt In tho West Tho dotfcMvo department it Is alleged on goof ovldonoo IM run simply as a moans of revc nio for some of tho men who aro high In tho ranks ft has been proven that fallen women of tho town have boon compelled to my regular monthly tribute the authori an arrangement exists botwoon then amounting practically to a partnership Confidence men swindlers and bunco men aro compelled to divide their spoils with tno Ictoctlvus In onlor to osoapo arrest It la charged that tho blackmailing and robbing of tho outcast class has boon In tho most perfect matuior and that the mom bora of these classes have boon com pelled to divide curtain morioy to thoofllcors every week being thus compelled to steal or su Tor tho consequences Those charges have boon made over and over again and no attempt mado to deny thorn TO KXTOHT A CONJflSSSION Oct 14 Associated oxnltomont was created Jioro this afternoon when itwas loavnocl that tho grand Jury had Indicted Chief Loar of city dotoctlvo force and Detectives OJark Watrous Croclcor and Ingorsoll for false to kill and assault and battery against Wfttrous Tho com plaining witnesses are Dan Sinks and H Jr Smiley who wore Imprisoned and brutally assaulted fur tho purpose of extorting con fosalon of a crime for which thoy ur roatod and which they claim thoy know nothing of Charges of corruption against the polloo forcowill bo invostigutod TWO NAFOLiKONS OF FINANCE ssistant Secretary Spanking virH to tho of Gvstom has en stoms at J Iortluml Townsend calling attontton to tto provision oC the tftiliVacf whercbj stnlroh including all propaiatlons fron whhtovor MilKtaiico produced fit fur use a cb N dutiable at the rate of two cent per pound In view of the larirri f sVicallod root flour sago flqur taploci fuiitii etc heretofore InioorUd fo iio oLpso of being usod by tho Chinese a and which wcrO lidmiHod ret undorl tiui old tariff law As to root flour kite stmo may bo subjwted to tlmrinlsrh and careful cxnniJnntloii todetor nimvVhoMmr Jh tho condition 1m nnrtodl articles are ilt fitr use a found thoy should bo subjec to the jlayinont of duty j I TIIK KANSAS Tbo tiopiilat ion of tho Kansas is Jti JKXERAS MILKS ON TIIK COJt nKKKNSK KAM 1 for twln harbtv lifinse ram Aclnaral Ammon Ad o and party returned at K45 to The Successful Swindling Operations oiMiller and Field CHICAGO Oct San Francisco Chronicle local papers duvoto cousiderablo spaco to the operations of Messrs Fiold and Miller who uro alleged to havo swindled people in Lon don out of a million and u balf of dollars Ono journal says William W Miller is far from being a novlco whore schemes for swindling pooplo aro concerned Tho Idea that lie and T K Field havo so successfully worked out in England wus llrst suggested to Miller Oy tho plan of loaning nioiiuy oj chattel Tn 1873 Kobort Smith and Goorgo Slunn conducted a chattel mort gago loan olllco in Chicago and Miller was a handy man around tholr premises exam ining property and passing upon the avail ability of tho security Later ho star toil out to loan money for Ottway Co and thus secured a whlo acquaintance which enabled him to start Inbusiness on his own hook lio borrowed money from all sorts of peoplo car drivers conductors seamstresses and Ciortcs To thorn ho paid 3 per cent a mouth for tho uso of tho funds which he loaned out at an advance per cunt About this ttmo ho ran 1pul of a brlgl chap named Farnham and took him into hi cotUUleuco Farnham said to Miller Thi business is only local lots tako tho ooiuitr at largo for our Thoy did this bu prior to oxtondins their horizon thoy too John Fleming In ibo ilrm lio got up a cir wws a thing of boauty For flam Ing hingoiigu and specious promises it hac tho It was translated into Spanis and sent broadcast through Mexico am South America and all over tho Unlto States Dupes wcro found in all countries and money for Investments poured into th trio Thoy did not invest it but thoy ro turned part of tho principuUcalling it a dlv ideiut to keep the gulled ones quiet This was tho famous Thou iho exposure Dan Loring who hud joined tho iirm was arrested Miller and Flemfng fled bur the lattor was arrested and brought back Millers wifo was a diplomat and it is said that she iu Urostod one of parties so Miller was given certain promises of im munity if he would return JIo camp back was tried and lined SiOOO which ho promptly paid lio ihen accommodatingly turned Stains ovidomo against Fleming and Loring who wero convicted of using tho malls with the intent to defraud Thoylay in jail until President Arthur pardoned thorn Miller was said to havo laid away over as his share in tho profit of tho Fund W swiudlo VAYMEXT OS A DRAFT STOPPED Got Tho bankruptcy court has issued an order stopping payment on a draft of drawn American bank by Tuines H Field the London bankers who recently failed HAD TO FIGHT OR LEAVE Woodruff Wonted in Kansas CincAao Oet deputy sheriff from Kansas is hero to try to back to that State Frank Woodruff of Croiiln cuso no toriety when ho is discharged tomorrow from tho Bridewell where ho was sent a year ago by tho Criminal Court Woodruff Is wanted In Kansas for horse stealing but it doubtful owing to some technicalities If ho ca be extradited The Portland POHTLANP Oct Smith an aged farmer from Split Log Missouri was held up In the Southern Pacific depot by three thugs and robbed of his pocketbook containing nearly S5000 Tho robbers os capod Carried Off the Funds ST OAinEtiiNKs Oct M McRue secretary and treasurer of tho Se curity Loan and Savings Company has dis appeared together with of tho So cietys funds Trainmaster Foiey Resigns OMAHA Oct to Trun tho retirement of Superin tendent Barr of the Union Pacific and tho prospective decapitation of several other oniclals comos another change in tho oper ating department J F Foloy tralnmas tir has resigned to accept a position us assistant superintendent of tho Baltimore Ohio Foley has been with tho Union Pacific for five years first as chief traindispatcher and then as trainmaster Bis successor has not beonnarned as yet POLV6AMY IS ABANDONED He Will Operate 12O Miles of Road by Spring DEirvsn Colo Oct 14 Special to TRIB Mr John W Young of Salt Lako City president of tho Utah Central Kail way Company arrived in Denver this morning from the East and soon after took tho Union Pacliio train for his homo Presi dent Young Informed TUB TIILBCXE corre spondent that he is extending his road and has now about seventyfive miles In operation and will have In all about ICO miles by the first of March next Ho has been East on a business trio and is Quite enthusiastic over tho bright prospects for Utah Salt Lako City and all business enterprises The road ho is operating is having all the traffic of thosaltand mineral mines in tho vicinity of Salt Lako and is in a prosperous condition THEIR BLOWN OFF Of MpOSlOH 10 A MONTREAL SOANDAti SO SAY GOVERNOR THOMAS AND WOODRUFF Taradon Tudgo Decision and tho Covernor Says Alt DoubtK Sooin to llti Removed The Conduct of a Preacher Shocks tho Community MONTREAL Oct and social circles were shocked today when it bo came known that one of the most popular and polished clergymen in Montreal had boon landing a double lifo Last summer Rev A B Crachet appeared in a French Canadian village nnd introduced himself as Mr Benjamin Ho was accompanied by a woman of 20years Some timo ho disappeared from village leaving tho behind and a few days a child was born Crachet has confessed his wrong and will quietly accept sion from tho Presbyterian Chnroh JUSTICE MILLERS FUNERAL SEVERE EARTHQUAKES IN NICARAGUA Tho Residents of Granada Filled With of the Magel Babes Burned to Death by Fire and Flood IT WILT TAKE FLACK AT WASH7NG TON TOMORROW NEW YORK Oct Independent will publish tomorrow articles received by tele graph from Prosidont Wood run of tho Mor mon Church and Governor Thomas of Utah coiioonihiff action of Mormon con feronofi on Ocbobor Oth forbidding poly gamy Prosidont WoodrnfT says Tho action nl Congress is conclusive Tho church has no disposition to vlolato tho laws or defy tho Government A revelation of God requires us to obey tho laws of tho land ludgo has rouognlaed tho of LJiurch as sincere and final and has rescinded tho rule excluding Mormon aliens from Governor Thomas says Tho manifesto of UIQ president of Uic church lius now boon oonflrmcd by It coinos with the force of a now rovoiittlon and whatever doubt may have oxMsted as to tho purpose and olloct of tho manifesto as first sent out they now rjeorn removed Tho Gontiles ro jolco that iho contest boRiin so many years against pplygamy lias finally tri umphed for they bolievo that never again will polygamy nourish on American soil This Is tho inosMmportanft event that has the Mormon Church in yoavs and it Is will result in ad vancing material interests and prosper ity of tliIs WORKED THE COMBINATION The Snpromo Comrt of Condolonoo From JExPrcuideiit Bolknap Obnoqulca THIS ADROIT IKRFOEMANCJB OF YOUNG CHICAGO THIKF A To Shows Ifoiv It Is to Open a Com bination Loclcand Is Mlnd Itoudor Outdone 1 North Carolinian Killed for Court ins Anothers Wire LEAMINGTOX N Oct some Ituo John McRarey had been suspicious of elatlons hecwoen bis wifo and Oscar Bar Ingtor A short ago he ordered iarringter out of his house and warned im to keep away on penalty of trouble iast week however Barrlngtor sent a notp Mrs lUcRaxey ziskinp lor a t foil into the hands of the husband who ont word to liarringter that he must leave oturned to tie capital tho State or tight a duel Barringtor de which they fiisted hv Harrison condolence t ths family of TUiller also qi3 tlto House ut half tho men met last Satur day Barringter was killed and McKsrey has A BoldAbduction HOUSTON tor thoabductibn today by OUICAGO Oct safe opening test Its sensational accompanlmnnts discounts tbo wonderful feat of Johnston ho mind reader took place in tho Hotel Wayne early this morning Tho operator vas Henry E Adams a young man from llnnoapolls who came to Chicago some vceks ago and took rooms at tho Wayne vhero ho became acquainted with a young nan who although Adams didnt kno his was a cousin of tho proprietor With the past feuflays Adams proposed t rob hotel Ho was to got up at oclock In tho morning and do this The hotel proprietor was advised by hi cousin who at tho same timo pretended bo an accomplice in Adamss plot Two do tooiivos wore hidden in thooffice all las night and this morning at tho appointe time Adams came In Tho wondering oifi cors watched him without tools or ox plpsivos prepare to opoa tho although it was evident that ho did no know tho combination He pared tho nal of tho Index finger on the right hand unti the blood vessels wero exposed Then bj placing tho sensitive wound on tho knob o the combination lock bo could clistinguisl tho movement of tho tumblers as they fell 1or an hour ho worked while tho ddtec tivos scarcely dared breathe At last then was a sharp click and Adams swung bad the door With a sigh of relief he reached into tho safe and laid his bunds on a pack ago of bills but much to his discomfiture tho officers stepped forward at the same moment arid placed him under arrest OROOKEDNJ5SS AT CINCINNATI An Extra Session of the Legislature to Correct the JSvils COLUMBUS Get Legislature convened in extra session this morning After reading tho call a joint committee waited upon the Governor whosxibmittod a message which was readand referred to the Judiciary Committee A recess WUG taken until afternoon Tho message sots forth that the session is called because of the deplorable condition of tho public service at Cincinnati and for tho purpose of securing necessary legisla tion to give tho peoplo an opportunity to select members of certain boards at the No vember election It says it is unnecessary to enumerate tho charges of crookedness which havo been made and concerning which they aro informed and tuat the time has coiiio to adopt a new charter for Cincin nati asalready proposed Blowing Up the iiiquor Dealers Oct TRIBUNE Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Liquor dealers of Morgantowii are in a state of siege Saturday night a dynamite bomb was placed under Mr T Hancocks drug store and exploded and damaged his stock and building to the amount of A no tice was posted on Joseph Normans drug store door saying that his place was line William Mlssehnan a was notified to leavewithin twenty days ort sufferisorious General Reu ben Davis oday He was stflrstVcpusm of Jefferson Davis a the Mexican var and ranks niost nal i u the Sjbirtlv Ho Vsvjryed Thirtyfifth WABIILNOTON Oct arrangements for Justice Millers funeral wore completed tonight Tho services will tako place Thursday afternoon between 2 and j oclock In tho Supreme Court room altho Capitol and in accorcliincs with Mrs Mil lers desire tho ceremonies will be of tbo simplest character Ac tho conclusion of tup services the remains will bo placed on a special oar attached to a regular train on the Pennsylvania road leaving hero at p arriving at Chicago tho following evening and at Keokuk at 10 a m Satur day Tho funeral at Keokuk will tako place from tho Unitarian Church Immediately af ter the arrival of the train The honorary pallbearers will probably bo Chief Justice Fuller and tho Associate Justices of the SiipremoCourt Among tho telegrams received by Mrs Miller today wus following from Ex President Cleveland Accept my sincere sympathy and condolence in this sorrowful hour May you receive consolation and pity from Gods unfailing store and may you find a ray of comfort in tho remembrance of your husbands noble devotion to duty and1 his priceless services to his Messages of condolence were received from Justice Mold and wife Judge Grosliam Senator Edmunds General Sherman Walte son of tho late Chief Justice Mrs Thomas A lleudricks and many others At tho meeting of tho Supremo Court of tho United States today the Chief Justice and all tho Associate Justices except Mr Justice Field wore present The Chief Jus tice said It is with feelings of profound sadness that I announce tho death of tho senior Associate Justice of this court Mr Justice Miller No business will bo trans acted and tho court as a mark of respect to the memory of its eminent associate will adjourn till Monday T11K UELKNAP OBSEQUIES General Bolknaps funeral will take place Thursday at 10 oclock from St Johns Episcopal Church after which the remains will bo taken to Arlington Cemetery for In terment Tho acting Secretary of War today issued a general order In regard to tho death of General Bolknap The War Department will bo draped in mourning for thirty days Upon tho day after tbo receipt of tiio order at oach military post seventeen guns shall be fired A FURIOUS Oct to explosion occurred at tho Ivanhoo end of tho tunnel this morning The men hmi just started to work Two men William llinos and John Ronphill wero seen talking together pre sumably about the formers going to work Later tlines was seen thawing out a stick of giant powder Tho men were never soon alivo afterward as a terrific explosion oc curred and when tho smot cleared iwny ho and Homphill were picked in small pieces Their heads wero blown off while their arms and feet wero scattered over tho grpnnd Chief Clerk bad his right oardrum ruptured while six other men men wero slightly Thoro were sev eral narrow escapes from death 11 Is be lieved that tho stick nf giant which llines was thawing out exploded in his hands and that the concussion caused a box containing pounds of powder to explode The dead mon wore burled at tho tunnel EARTHQUAKES AT GUANADA along tho river inft Near Clarksburg a c drenched tho country All tho siuaUstrC beesjno rustiim torrents mimed at Traffic on the Baltimore Ohio PIttsburg and WhetHiss was closed morning Communication with the Monongahola boon entirely sus Only one life was lost by tbo storm so faii A Storm on the Lakes Oct worst storm roportod froiu up tho IftUc season is morning At Osciula have taken rofugo in Uu ping their anchors and danger of going ashore my vessels harbor aro uro In inini At Tort Afthuj the wind is blowing forty an hour considerable portion of the now has gone Tho mon working on water wero rescued wish diflHulty Alpena a barge was blown isliore wont to piocos A schoiinor wont iishoro i White Fish bay An immense fleet ha taken shelter in Pigeon bay Lake 13fle Babes Burnt to Death NEVT YORK Oct Dispatch San Francisco Ciro7iuTe sadness in tho family of George AJdricb mechanic residing at No 112 frullivunstrec Brooklyn When he lot his house morning to go M work tiny girl lay sleeping in the crib si do by side Foul hours later ho was summoned and found t littlo ones dead They had been burned a crisp through the carolossnoss of his sixl yearold boy Charles who while with matches sot fire 10 tho rrtb in whicj his sisters wore sleeping THE COMSTOCK TUNKKti Houses Demolished the Peoplo Filled With Terror PANAMA Oct San Francisco Clironlclc series of severe earthquakes havo taken place at Granada on Lako Nicaragua Tho Diario Nicaragucncz of Granada says At 0 oclock in tho mornliiR the day before yos terday this city was surprised by what proved to bo tho first of a scries of earth quakes which produced tho greatest alarm and which only temporarily terminated at p to recommenceut S p in and to continue intervals of about an hour about noon an extremely severe shock took pluco driving all from thoir houses and forcing thorn to remain in tho streets trem blingly awaiting fresh convulsions Con sternation and fright wero aroused by the cries and lamentations of tho peoplo who wero praying for morcy while sobsand ex clamations of terror were heard on all sides At 2 it m further shocks took place but they wero trifling Everything was quiet at a when suddenly a violent shock took place which shattered all roofs throw ing some of them down rtnd raising a cloud of dust and small stones which soon dc sooudocl on the shattered houses All en deavored to save their families but once out of the houses no ono ventured to re enter Tho Diario Nicaragucncz said on Soptom berSrd By Monday evening tho panics had diminished and tho peoples miuds had become more at ease Directly it became known that tho Monbaco volcano had burse out in an eruption towards tho south if was believed that no more shocks would occur Nevertheless many people loft tho town while tho majority camped out In tho sub urbs THE DAKOTA FIRES After Thrash inp Her Husband She Gives a Startling Exhibition NEW YORK Oct Dispatch Francisco al most naked woman suspended in the air high over the sidewalk on Third Avenue was tho horrifying sighti which a crowd of 500 persons gazed upon this morning Tho woman was Mrs IsabellaiVergeu She is 30 years old and has a face of marked boauty Few minutes after oclock a series of wild shrieks coming from Mrs Bergen aroused tho tenants In tho immediate neigh borhood a crash of over turned furniture Men who were ROing to work paused in the streeb and looked up through the open window Thoy could see a tall woman and a smallman engaged in a life and death struggle Both wero In their night clothes It was plainly to be seen that tho woman who weighed fully fifty pounds more than the mati and was a couple of laches taller had the best of the fight Suddenly she cast him ofl and ran to tho open window Just as she had climbed over the sill to throw herself head foremost to the sidewalk man caught hor by her night dress in tho one hand and by tho arm with tho other The woman swung clear from the window and fought to break his hold Tho man however hold kent her from falling While tho woman was hanglnp in this dangerous a policeman taking In tho situation at a glance dashed into a furniture store and securing a high step ladder placed it beneath tho imperilled woman Ho then ascended to tho top and took her from lier husbands grasp Crops and Buildings Destroyed and Ranchmen JJeft Destitute FAROO N Oct S Sanderhill ono of tho railroad commissioners of North Dakota resides ut Antelope west of tho Missouri river Ho reports u deplorable condition of affairs among tho ranchmen of his district resultant from the al most unprecedented prairio iiros between the Hart and Oannonball rivers and in tho valleys of both the destruction has been almost complete while about Kllldccr mountain and east of there nothiuf is loft for tho stock to live upon At the lllversldo ranch at tho mouth of tho Little Hart river five hundred tons of hay and 300 heads of cattle wero burnod At Perkins ranch on tho Cannonball river tho loss was heaviest Wickos ranch lost everything buildings In all the settlements and valleys of tho Hart Gaunonball and Knife rivers the loss has been heavy the fire traveling with such fury as to go completely through tho villages In almost every instance In tho valleys tho small farmers have lost their crops and feed for tho winter Tho wind blow a hurricane At the Kiversidc ranch firebreaks 100 fcct in mado the flames leap over them Tho ranchmen aro Inclined to lay these fires to Indians from Fort Yateg reservation who corno up into tho valleys and drive camo south and burn the prairies behind them to prevent the game from going back The ranchmen propose to take tho matter before the authorities to prevent a repeti tion 3Ir Sutro Sets Down on Dissatisfied Stockholders NEW YORK Francisco was a lively nieeMns of tho stockholders ol tho Comstock Tunnel Company at No Ill lUondway today This company is aroj orpuniziiiion of old Tunnel pany and it has operated tho tunnel fol eleven Todays mooting was tij receive tho first report of tho officers cleot a board of trustees President Theoj dore Sutro presided and about one and ono half millions of the two millions of shares oj stock vroro presented Tho report said that the reason why no interosj had been paid on tho compniiys hoiulsoi stock is bocauso mininu companies nsinj the tunnel havo temporarily stopped paying royalties Litigation has resulied The income report of the company for tliJ eleven months showed grows of which was claimed earned and due but not yet paid whilo total expenses A Dureo nnd other expressed some dissaiisfaotion with tln report asserting that when ho paid his lusl assessment ho was assured that tho would bo worth a share par is it Is worth only sixteen cents Mr Sutro was asked to explain about tin litigation tho company is involved in bt didnt make tho very clear After long and at times heated discussion to lay tho report on tho and til dofor tho election of trustees for thrcj months was mado but this was dcfcatecf by President Sutros friends and the rcporf was adopted Tlio following trustees wore elected Elisha Dyer Edward W Kinsley Ott Xiewongard Edward II Sluriros Hermann Thoodonl Sutro Thoy uro all rcolootious except Mr Sturges CAGING A WALL STREET BEAR A PUOJjriNENT BTtOKER A FOR SPREADING RUMORS The Unscrupulous Methods by Which thJ Credit of Respectable Is Assalloi Caiue of Hearing S V White LOSS OF THE of THE NEW WEST COMMISSION The Tenth Annual Meeting Beinjr Held at Chicago CHICAGO Oct New West lonal Commission held its tenth annual meeting today The reports show that thero aro thirtytwo schools affording edu jation to and the total valua ionof property owned is over Nine academies aro dissemi nating knowledge of a higher order over a orritory where educational facilities ata most The total receipts last year rbm contributions aggregate Kov in n speech as icrted that tho question is not cttlcd and Pres done Woodruff gives should not lead hrJstlans to believe that polygamy is at William B Hale was reelected Senator VL Oct in the Senate ocl ay Justin Merrill received AT votes for United States Senator Thelps ev Morrlll 157 Phelpsi 50 Both meet joint session ormally aunburice the election or IbrrVlj U Nt r It Is Feared That Kcr Crew Men Went Down NEW YORK Oct San Francisco Chronicle ship oue of tho finest of tho Amer ican clipper fleet has been lost and as none of tho ships company numbering twenty two men has been accounted for it is feared that all hands went down in one of tho lato easterly gales On tho 10th of May tho Magellan left Boston for Valparaiso laden with case oil She was owned by S P Hernmineway and T Qulncy Brown 83 Milk street Boston and commanded by Captain William Marshall one of the most experienced American ship masters The latter part of May tho oank Carrie Wins low left hero for Valparaiso and month thefWinslow met and sooko to the German hark Para from herebound for Brazilian ports After signalling for close the Para reported that when 100 miles this city rshe passed through more thanone cases of oil marked H thoniasterdf the we passed through considerable and bound to the spar with sub and shoulders was the corpse ofa man The hody seemed considerably decomposed and boro evidence of having been in the wafer some days Although nothing Las been beardfrom the crew the owners some of thei ships company have been saved NEW YORK Oct Dispatcl Francisco Chronicle the recent depression in Wall street th credit of many well known and staunc houses has been unscrupulously assailed This method of influencing tho course c prices is not novel but almost invariabl effective because rumors of this kinc naturally discourage trading Tho rumor moreover aro more whispers vague sign I leant gestures They Aro difficult tc trace and for that reason perhaps tb authors are rarely prosecuted The circulation of false nun maliciou rumors is consequently a rogular Industr In Wall street In which there may bo lafgi profits with little danger of punishment S V White however caused tho arrest o Alfred M Parker a well known mone broker for knowingly circulating fals statements with intent to influence tho market price of Delaware Lackawanna Western stock Tho arrest was on aii affidavit mnjde by Herman De fielding of the firm of Worden stock brokers On October 8th Parker Do Seldlns allegch In his affidavit came into their office at No 0 Wall street and casually askcd what Delaware Lackwawna Western was sel ling for Selding replied One will soon be ono forty remarked Parker The other asked him why ho was so bearish on Lackawanna Parker sahC that on that very day he had seen George Gould In conversation with Russell Sage and as Mr Whites agent six per cent for time money with Lacka wanna as1 security and tho loan wai refused In further conversation Parker said that the stock of Lackawanna wou4 sellat one twenty and that S V White would speak within sixty days A warrant for tho arrest of Parker issued Thn prisoner was arraigned at the Tombs in the afternoon and hails was fixed at The penalty for Parkers offensn is three months imprisnnmeutjnnd a fine of SDOOO Parker has been In Wall street for more than thirty years Ho fortcerly in the California shipping business in ji firm in which his father wan at the head During the war Parker becamo Interested in stock speculation and in a short time wai known as a large and daring operator A Secret Ballot HARTFORD Oct the State Supreme Court Chief Justice Andrews to day filed a opinion on secret ballot case recently decided A of the court declared void the ballots headed Citizens which were sued by the chairman of the Republican town committee Chief Justice holds Judge Tronince concurring that ai there was no intention to deceive the bal lots should be counted probably per StMteni Green Prowitt Napnnfr and Greeu Prewitt won tho race easily by length Nappcr second Ohlczasaw third Time 50 seconds Tho third race trot Start ers Jasper Heel Ben Baria and Bcathel Bon easily BcatheJ second Time Fourth race special SSOO Starters Qa Charles Hilton had no in winning the with Oharlei second LATONIA Oct Jv Pris3 1i Kingliko won Uu y Weldon second lomus third Time 7 Milo and a sixte H won Dy second Barney Time v Mile and jwxsii iliSs Leon second rttefruT Tlrflo i Latonla prize threoyearoldss mile t Blarney Stone won Mllldale second Verge dOr third Time 1 Fivecffbtbs of Wheatloy iwon Eli Kindigo second Tenor third Hiltca i mileBoseland won Anne Elizabeth third West Virginia Floods Oct the interior from Phillippi and Bother points OD tbVtributaries Sunday Bight extended f i and Greatflamago and the loss He Served in Utah CniCXAGO Oct Herbert A Hascall died in today aftxjr Florida during the Sftminolooutj in Utah Coring the Mormpjt trouble served was at one tfwe a professor of mathematicL atWest Point DeathofMrs McAuliffe NEW Kite acei orJaok fijrhter ffled smWealyat aVATcstjSIda bot3j Show an stase hnni Shemet California a fe of Talo 01 second Time Oct Tho interest today centered in the stakes eight horses starting Tho Srstheatof the day was to complete 5he BhuGrass stakes of yesterday Angeline was Jlrst New York Central second Early Birdthird Mattia H fourth Lexington stakes twoyearolds VS1370 mile heats best two iu alttine won Betsy Brltton and Promoter distanced Twotwentysix class Kenwood woe i Reagon second TiHtord third Catherine Loiburn fourth Best McDoel stands V The Baseball eaa Francisco 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