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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING EXT OF ALL THE OTHER DIILIES EXTENSIVE BEST ADVERTISING BDIUI ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION PKICE FIVE CE2T TS OCTOBER 10 THURSDA vain wjraisoa ladder on this Tho woman WHS told a ropewJump from tho window of out si rot and an shfs was chtnhinK out the wlafrw the llarncs uuvelcpod her she fell Jack into tlie L r eiht men and children d nrh Hotel at Sy Burned to the Ground upper stories onto a shed rear of hotul At one sonH which treacly lire from sparks h victims wero hulf Hnroraiof them were socu to toar oft that had caught h lay on tho Rroiind tnarlnn tho hair from hor head Her hiitf Hro and It dIRlcuIty that the names were Hho with others who jumped from tho rear windows was pickwl lip and narrJwl on a stnstcbor to a saloon in the neighborhood In s saloon sorerftl persons lay on pooltiblw In all po One woman was Armln a l ployed In the hotel hno trorn tho rear of the fourth floor man A rnniarkable cotncldrmcft I the fact that of Insurance adjusters or this State was to havo token place at tho hotcil Tho proprietors of the were Van Huron Loland who uro also proprietors of and uro interested in rlouH hotels in difiorunt cities She Has So Rights That England Is Bound to Respect laonrtry THE ZAMBESI INVASION AN ACT OF WAR THE INMATES UNABLE TO ESCAPE Tho Fire Escapen VVorc jtut Wore Strickcn and DnHl From Fifth Story Perishort In the and HeartrcniiinB Kxnot Abundant l Windows or Scenes Number Will Never Known tho So groat that tho Oct proved bo tho most Huastrons fire Hmt has visited many yonm illscnvorocl in Hotel oclock thin morn It Is now 2 oolnuk and tho flro Is still florwly although thft ontlro consisting of nlno engines are working hard to loss of lifo ami linib An oyo witness of the flro says it IK positive that at lonst iwmityflvo por oas loht thoir lives und many more were injured Ono woman was boliig lowonsti from a window by tho nlcl of a ropo Kho had reached a point opposite tho third story when tho ropo became Ignited from tho burning Kill The ropo parted and tho woman foil to tho pavement brains won flashed out and tho body flattened into a shapeless mass All In confusion and excitement Is tho and Identity of those killml injured la wholly unknown and ambulances uro fiylntf In nil directions and tho utreotrf In of Illfated hotel arc throngod with oxoitod crowds or people Frank Carey of Olen f tills Now York has hono Idontlflod as of those burned to death Many people WITH FUicHtT lost thnlr lives by jumping from windows Ono man hosaw six people jump from dUrureut windows on tho Kayotto Ktnnit side of tho hullcJloK within four minutes und the siKlit HlcUonoU him with horror and ho was obliged to I nave tho spot Tho building WHS provided with both Iron flro escapes on the outside ropoa on the Inside wlueh wore the moans of saving many lives Bnrnet a stock broker of this city escaped into tho street almost entirely naked Ho was slightly injured about tho shoulder Ono wornar was found with a bane In her arms crouched In a stairway where had been overcome by sraoko She was removed hy firemen hut has not yet regained con sciousness and it is Impossible to say what her name or rosidonoo is The flro la said to have started In the kitchen Tho building will bo it total loss It was built two yours URO at a cost of It Is six stories high ana contained rooms 1 1 if Impossible to learn how many guests were in the hotel at tho time tho Ire broke out Tho total loss will not fall short of half a million Among those Injurod Is Cora Tanner tho totross who was suvernly hurried about the bfiad and foot She was playing an en gagement at tho Grand Opera House and had a room In the hotel Every physlcliin In Ryraouso Is on the ground The most of thoso killed wore on tho fourth and fifth floors 3 a Tho hotel Is still burning Vague rumors are atloar that the list of killed wlil number tlfty persons but this cannot be substantiated anil it is believed the will lie less than tho first estimate Tho guard lines stretched across tho streets are inadequate to Uoep bade the crowds of people that are paokod In tho strotts loading to the hotel and police are stationed all around tho hu tiding O SCKNES tho United States Ono of tho Hrenien told tho fltory of a woman who was killed by jumping When wo first nanio wo wore hampfcrod by the te oftraph wlreH on West Fayotto stioot While trying to raise a ladder it becanio caught in UK wires A woman stood In A window ory IIIK for help Tho flarnos wore leaping out toward her and fiho was frantic with fright T went up tho ladder to cut tho wires was cloinj this she lumped thinking could not reach hor and tho awful re sult was that she missed the net arid was V 41 It Is now42S oclock and although tho hotel is still burning tho flro dopartrnont havo the lames under control There are f our load hod i os lying at rJillorcut under taking establishments and one dead at tho hospital Those bodies are yet unidentified It will bo utterly Impossible to learn defi nitely to how many burned to death and Vnoso bodies will never bo found Tin doors of Gray slice manufac turers across the street wore smashed in and several persons carried there on stretchers Tho Police OlTlee was turned Into u hospital and tho patrol wagons into ambulances Ono of tho most frightful inoldonts of tho flro was the terrible death of a woman who jumped from tho fiCtb story Several po iicoiuon stood on tho sidewalk holding nets ready to catch the guests as they jumped Two persona a man and a woman jumped into ono of the nets almost at tho same rno taotrt and escaped broken limbs Tim next to Jump was a woman who ap poareil in a w Inflow 01 the fifth story iu hor night clothesShe leaped out of tho win dow and missing the nob was dashed to ploccs on the stone sidewalk She was picked iip and removed to the morgue OBrien Describes HJis Escape Prom Nationalists at More Spotter Testimony in the Tipperary Tor tured by the News LISBON Oct Dispatch San Francisco Chronlcli Series dis patch from the Governor of Mozambique dated October llth onlirms the report that tho British gunboats havo entered tho Zambesi river notwithstanding tho Portu guese Tho groatest excitement prevails throughout Portugal over tho news which shows that England Is determined to en force tho provisions of tbo AngloPortugal convention without waiting Cor the approval of PortugalEngland lias for a long time aspired to control tho Zambesi river and tho froo navigation of that Important stream was the loading clause in tho con vention which bus aroused so much opposi tion in Lisbon In accordance with the ul timatum which as cabled last woolc was sont by Lord Salisbury the English scern to havo now forcibly entered the river thereby ignoring Portugals right to approve or ells approve tlio compjiot and virtually com mitting an act of war The fouling of tho Portuguese generally Is strong in favor of hostile retaliation against Groat Britain Jiggeratu tbe extent that It has demoralized j the Irirth people and destroyed their capacity for selfgovernment Lecky declares the Fenians havo not abandoned any of tho ulterior objects of their organization nut consented to the agitation for Home Rule as an end because this j would confer legislative power upon the National Lectio The achievement oL Home liule would thuP become a leverage for attaining their ultimate objects In conclusion Lecky com plete success with which governed India with twohundvsd millions of people with the signal failure of Eng lands mie of Ireland where then nro only tnree millions of disaffected people The Tipperary Tnnls TIPPEBABY Oct trial of the al leged conspirators resulted today in evi dence given with the object of showing that the defendants usciVnoli tho tenant on tho SmithBarry estate in the direction nf inducing them not to pay routs The first witness called by the prose cution was a policeman Ho testified that the defendants in company with John Kelly made visits to the SmithBarry ten ants v Healy asked the crown prosecutor Konan why this evidence about Kolly was intro duced Konan replied that the object was to connect Koliy with tho OBrienDillon part of the conspiracy Hoaly protested against the court dealing with matters anterior to tbe time mentioned in the summons The objection was over tho proceedings Healy was handed DeploraWe Results of a Tragedy Scar Grand Junction A SHOCKING STORY FROM BORDEAUX Bloody Riot at a Polish A Chicago Policeman Henry Clowss Thrifty Insanity Plea Saves a Nebraska Murderer CANDIDATES FOR THE BENCH MTCNTIONEJD IN CONNJECTION THIS VACANCY Several Points in Favor of Senator IVTim Silver IroyidentUil Tho scenes and incidents connected with tho rescue of the wore heartrending in tho extreme Tho crlts of womon stand ing in tho upper windows and of tho ox o itoil crowd below were doafonirig and added to tho constant roar of the amny firu WASHINGTON Oct Francisco Chronicle Series Speculation as to tho successor oC Justice Miller of tho Supreme Oourb has already ho gun Senator Spoonor Judge Grosham Soutitor Mandorson AttorneyGeneral Mil ler Senator Toller and ExSolicitorGeneral rhilllpa of North Carolina arc and discussed as likely to he considered It Is generally liollovod that Spoonor Groshani and Miller are tho most likely men for tho place By the selection of Judge Gresbam President Marrlson could make a showing of magnanimity anil at tho same time make it jirobahle that tho Grosham followers would nob bo antaRonists In Indiana should Harrison closlro to suiceod himself By so lootliiK AttorneyGonorul MUlevho would provide a life position for his friend and have his advice and aid just tho same as though ho wero in tho Cabinet Spoonor If ho would accept tho position Is a particu1 larly valuable man for It holnj younp vig orous and an oxcollont lawyer None of these three hmvovor live In tho circuit covered by Justice Miller Manclerson who lives in tho circuit is spoken of as an ex cellent selection and a young man who would be likely to have a long term of use fulnoss PRESlDKNTIATj APrOINTMKNTS Associated Tho President made the following ap pointments D Gfogiuwin Keglstor of tho Land Offloo at Vancouver George Brvant Receiver of Iubllc Money Los Ari eoles Thomas M Starr Reooivor of Money at Hftlloy Idaho Charles G Warner Agent for tho Indians of Nevada Nevada David Matthowa Agont for tlio Indians of the Klamath Agfttioy Oregon THK rURCHAPES Tho amount of stiver ollorod for salo to tho Treasury today was ounces Tho amount purchased was ounces ft i Hows ounces at ounces ut APPROVED UV MKXICO The Secretary of State reeeivecl a dispatch froif Minister at the City of Mexico announcing that tho Mexican Republic will adopt tho recommendations of the Interna tional American Oonforonco in regard to a and tho Socialists ire doing all they can to stimulate the popular excitement to frenzy and revolution Several Spanish men ofwar and an Italian navy division arc at Lisbon watching the course of events 80USA DEFINES II3 POLICY LISBON Oct tho Cortes today in tho presence of all tho Ministers Sousa tho now IMme Minister road a statement as to his proposed policy He said ho was unable to recommend tho sanction of the convention with England but did not doslre to prevent the sanction of the clauses already Tbe Gov ernment identified ItSLlf with the national sentiment on this question and would will ingly accept modifications which while pro tecting tho dignity and Interests of tho Na tion would facilitate restoration of har mony with hor old ally hut ho feared if recent reports were true It would bo harder than over to arrive at an equitable agree ment which Portugal sincerely desired Parliament ho said would bo convoked whenever the Cabinet arrived at a decision requiring its assistance Tho Nations credit had been attached ny private Inter ests abroad but not shaken The Govern ment would devote itself to economical measures In order to reduce tho national expenses and ho asked Parliament to sink political passions and unite iu tho Govern ments support Various Deputies made short speeches In Uioy gave assurances of their atti tude ol good will toward tho Government AP VIEWED BV THE LONDON Dot Times says Un less tho Portuguese Cabinet is prudent enough to change its mind or tbe Chamber wise enough to dismiss it wo must bo con tentto consider tho eonventios with Eng land repudiated and the concessions it con tains withdrawn Englishmen would not lament over such a result while tho African colonists would hail it with France today Tho utmost reticence was maintained among the Nationalists as to the manner in which they eluded and tho Government is endeavoring to learn who aided thoir escape and if discovered they will bo prosecuted Gladstone Appeals to the Tories LONDON The November number Subjects the Dan contains an appeal from Gladstone to Tory householders In which he expresses a strong dusiro that tl o Tory party undertake pass a home rule blllbocause he says that party can do it more easily and more rapidly than can the Liberals lie sinks why they should con tinue to deny to Ireland the things sho asks from them namely self government cen tral In that it should be carried on in Dub lin but local in that its power would bo confined to purely Irish affairs and itsac tions like those of all other local lecisla tures in tho Empire would bo subject to the supremacy of the Imperial Parliament Preferred Punishment to India LONDON Oct Tho detachment ol the East Surrey regiment recently ordered from i iirliinh tO Guernsey to India and which refusedto sailed from Portsmouth to crnharkation was The men stated foreign service ANI OBRIENS engines crofted confusion ami panicky ox V11 SVstom of weights and measures I U citcmont In and around tho hotel Newspaper repnsontuves nro endeavor Ing with ail the enonry at thoir couuriand roobtain a substantial list of who have lost thoir lives but have met with little success I A VWAnVf I At a in a man and woman wore eeonlocUed In each others arm in a window on the fifth lloov at tho northeast corner of tho building Below thorn perfect soa of IIawe There was no possibility of escape except by the window upon to them and that seoiuod Inevitable death No assist ance could roach thorn Tho woman seemed to be anxious to jump but her husband was earncMily entreating hor to dtwtet Tho crowd beluw waltod with bated breath Tho woman ntiule one last effort to jump and was re strained by her husband and tho cry of the crowd signaled tho awful ond that must have befallen them as they foil backwards into the room and into tho mass of flames At a window on the fourth floor almost di rectly under this a woman was on all sldos from the interior of tho room by tierce lames Sho seemed to hesitate as to to jump to tho pavement or face tho tiro for that wfts fast encroaching on liberty and life She stopped upon tbo sill of tho window arxl placed her hands above her head The people in street bolow shuddered and turned their faces to shut out tho hor rible eight that must meet their should the woman jump to tho ground She seemed to be yrithhold either by fear or a fooling that escape would come from some other source She stttpped down from the sill into the room but remained at the window but an instants when tho whole room became enveloped in flames and she sank back from view TUB PRIOnTJTCTL 8HBLEKS of the guests and the crackle of the flames could be beard for blocks away The build ing burned so rapidly that most of the peo ple in tho upper floors wero oblipod to use tbo fire escapes or jumpfor their lives Qne woman appeared at tho window of a room on the north side of the botlding with a baby Jn her anus Her pitiful cries for haly were heartreutlinS The flaonea E ANDOVBR CASK Tho Before the Hfaesacluisetts Supreme Court BOSTON Oct throng attending tho hearing of the Andovor case by the Su premo Court was greater today than yes torday Every seat was occupied and many srowfr for hours patiently listening Mr concluded his argument against Professor 8 my tbe and the trustees Judge French was the next speaker on tho same side The Court he said has nothing to do with tbe case at issue Tho question whether or not the vestors acted cou rv to the statutes of tho founders or ex o limits of their jurisdiction Hoar made the closing speech Smythe Tho case to bo said is simply one concerning tho oropor management of a charitable trust Ea dwelt at length on tho point that questions of theology wore for the vestors and not for the Supremo Court The closing address was made by Professor Baldwin who summed np for Professor Snntne concluding ho said that Pro fessor Smythe declines to be condemned and removed for something of which no attempt evenhas been made to prove him guilty nameVrmaintaining and Inculcating cer tain doctrines as suoh professor Tho court took the ease under advisoment peaceJReiijns in Salvador LA Oct new Cabinet has boan formed hoaded by Seuor Balindo TheIntereston the English loan is paid the schnols reopened tho army disbanded and tifiricultural work resumed Tho crops are in Rood condition commerce is active and reigns throughout tbe country They Are i Paris But May Re qTicsted to Move PARIS Oct Prcssc says Dillon and OBtion after thoir flight from Tioper avy tock passage on a sallinp vessel and landed st Loc Sur Mar on tho coast of Nor mandy Sunday They passed the night at tho of Ualtalovich j the banker whose dtughtor is the wifo of 0 Bfion Mon day thoV came to Paris thencp to Eaffabvlchs country house at GiJ1 Do partmciv of the Soino15tOise returned to Paris last night Their address in tho city is secret Tf news is received from America favorable to tho Irislj mission to that coin try they will start foi Mow York at the eml of tho week If it bcbomos man ifest thai it is thoir intention remain in Paris Government will request them to leave j Rumors are In circulation that Eaffalo vlch and nombers of bis family leclaro that Dillon an I OBrien have not been in France and assot that they bave sailed for America Oct OBrien mid Clancy aivivod at noon today and started for evening AN EVENTFUEi VOYAGE DUBININ Oct Ireland prints an account ol tho escape of Dillon andOBrion written bj OBrion himself Ho snys rowed fron Dublin Wednesday inidnigbf to ayachtiyng two miles off tho shore The next inofilng found ns ninety miles away towards tie Welsh coast Friday and Sat urday woraid in a dead calm On Sunday morning ivb reached Lands End when the wind agaii died away and we were forced torcmaltvill day in the brilliant sunshine within twc miles of shore A Trinity House cutter parcel quite close to us and crew of tho Rcyal ofl1 Falmoutli ac tually exchanger greotingswith our sailors Jho fog buried us from sight on1 Sunday night Four steamers blowing us during the night Wo cleared tVe Lizard in the morning and started acibss for the French coast to keep out of of the British shipping Wo wero btcaluned again on Monday and obliged toheat up the Channel A brisk galespran up on Monday While passing midnight we were ap parently jursuedby a revenue cutter which hovvsver was unable to weather the gale and alaudoned tho chase In tho iiorning we wore running free be fore the Wind for Cherbourg where wo landed at It oclock We had rejiched our last days hupply of fresh water All ar rangement worked perfectly thanks to a citizen who suueria tended theo and wo had unparalleled good Mrs left Dublin this evening to join her lusband obey the order India today Tho marked by no disorder that thov objected to doin and willfully misbehaved thinking that they would be punished in England and prefer ring to undergo punishment here than do service In foreign Summoned by the Pope LONDON Oct Star announces tliat Archbishops Loguo Walsh Groko and Macevilly bave been summoned by thePopo to Rome in tho early part of next year The Star says it is an1 unusual andslgnm oatit stop and It is believed the summons wis issued in connection with the Iiish nolitioal situation and kindred subjects Tho Archbishops and Bishops arc now de Jfbcrating and they willsoon issuonseries of resolutions in roCeroneo to Irish affairs Gladstones Proposals Endorsed LONDON Oct Spencer formerly of Ireland delivered a speech at Newport today in winch he said the events taking place in Ireland werera disgrace and a source of danger to tho bm iro He expressed himself confidentthat tho proposals of Gladstone if acted upon would settle tbo Irish Armenians Tortured VIKJTOTA Oct dispatch from Con stantinople states that arrests of Armenians arc Sill made and mnny of those who have been taken into custody are shockingly maltreated and tortured The officials at Van Armenia aro still arming the Turks arid outrages upon tho Arme nians there are of froquent occurrence No Criminals Wanted ROME Oct Government at Washington has notified the Government here that no Italian emigrants who have been sentenced by Italian courts w allowed to land at United States ports JUNCTION Oct 15 to men have just ar rived in town from Whitewater crock who report a most serious shooting affray on tho upper Whitewater this Some time ago one Lock Hart who Is a tenant ou the farm of Pickett Brothers had some difficulty with the boys about the division of the crops There was some prosecution for assaults back and forth between them which resulted in Lockhart being fined It scorns that this morning ono of tho Piokett boys and a neighbor Mr Edgar A Elder mot Lockhart What passed between thorn is not known except that Lockhart firod shooting Rider directly through tho stomach with a fortyEve Winchester Lockhart immediately came to town and gave himself up and is now in the custody of the Sheriff Lockhart bears a bad narao in his commu nity while young Kider is without question an exemplary manLast winter ho was married to a very accomplished young lady who is a universal favorite among her ac quaintances It is not thought possible for him to recover The circumstances are sad beyond A POLICEMAN KILL13D One of tbe Chicago Force Shut hy a Brother Officer CHICAGO Oct was shot and mortally wounded this morn ing at 3 oclock by Policeman Thomas Mad don Tho men had traveled adjoining beats there had been bad blood between thorn for some time A few nights ago they had a serious quarrel and afterwards Juiige re norted Madden at tho station for drinking while on duty This made matters worse Lftht night at roll call at thenstation Lieutenant Kane summoned tbo men before him and quostiouod thorn as to tho trouble Madden refused to reply and was told that he would be sent before the trial board in reply ho took off his club and star and throw them on tbo floor saying Mat ho would left tho station mutter ing throats against Junge Uo was seen In several saloons during the night drinking and at 3 oclock wbileJnngo r iji 11 Vi nvirl fivori brate the nuptials tho family invited all friends for miles around and laid iu a supply of eleven Ues of beer A quam1 was started almost as soon as tno cciMnony was over by one of tho Poxnbrow skis makinc a sneering remark about the brido Tony Kosoboski pariwular friend of the bridegroom demanded ret motion and Pouibrowski refused fight was on i in a minute in the mw which followed Kosoboski was fatally stabbed iu the alli domeu and one othor suestseriously in jured The groom was down ano wounded to in the tight and before it stopped a number of others voro seriously Four Poles arc In jail charged with bcinj Parties to the assault on Kosoboski and the most biuev feelsnR exists between tho two that started tho row 3VSUBTEBEP HER FATHER A Horrible Domestic Tragedy En acted at Bordeaux BORDEAUX Oct San Francisco CltnmicJa city Is horrified today by a domestic tragedy In duced by one of the most revolting acts imaginable which recalls the sioryof Count Cencia and his unfortunate dauphtor Bea trice A policeman named Poiirqueret was shot yesterday by his own daiiffhtor of 18 In order to sparo her mothers feelings the ffirl had kept her troubles secret and tried in overy way to avoid goinc into her father s presence At 6 oclock this morning while her mother was out Pourquorot met his daughter A terrible strupple ensued and tho girl nianjised to reach a loaded revolver which was hanging with some other weapons on the wall of tho room Then she turned j vnd fired it point blank at her father vpho foil dead ou the spot tho bullet having jasscd through his Later on the irl wont to the police station and gave a full account of the affair As soon news leaked out the people almost wont mad with and horror and strategy had to be to by tho authorities in order to convey tho body to the morgue without iu jeiug attacked SILLY CAMPAIGN LIE Sow the Census Fraud Story Was fut in Motion A GREDOLOUS CORRESPONDENT FOOLED A Democratic Industry at Chicago Seriously Crippled Fraudulenat Naturalizations Stopped by tJre and Religion in Tennessee w rt patrol Maddeii came up and fired ats at him one of which took effect ju uu Breast The murderer then walked away and has not yet beon apprehended The officers at the station claim thattho was on three shots his breast man had first quarreled about religious and other matters Madden accused Jungoof being a member of the United Order A DESERTER be Deputies Tnnge retorted that Madden was aCllmnaGaol Out of this tho say tho trouble TWO DESPERADOES NABBED VVellsFarffos Chief San Francisco Detective Distinguishes Himself CHICAGO Got of the most desperate criminalsknown to tho Pacific Slope wero captured in Chicago Tames B Hume chief special officer of Wells Fargo Co The captured despera does are Charles H Thome alias Dorsey and George H Shinn Their last exploit In California was a daring escape from the States prison at San Quentin Thorn was serving a life sentence for murder and The Brisbane Strike Collapsing BRISBANE Oct is plenty of nonunion labor to be had here and tho Strike is collapsing Many members are applying to bo reinstated in their old posi tions Fifty Deaths Daily Oct deaths CoxsTAXT from cholera at Aleppo average fifty daily FAITH CURE MISSIONARIES jobbery and SMnn was in for holding up an entire railway train Special Officer Humes clues led him to nellove the pair had drifted to Chicago and with the assistance of tho local officers the two were located bore Tonight at an opportune moment Hume quickly nabbed the astonished fugitives taking them separately and under precautions by tne Chicago authorities that made resistance or escape impossible Thorn and Shi an seemed to have no particular occupation in Chicago and were not known to participate in any crimes here They will bo conveyed back to their old abode in San Quentic prison at Ho Shoots a Scout and Is Filled With Buckshot BUTTS Oct to TRHJ colored soldiers deserted from Fort Shaw last night Before leaving the garrison they helped themselves to two horses belonging to Mr Roanoh tho Govern ment scout Eoanch pursued tho horse thief deserters and captured them this morning near Hardy Station six miles from Cascade and started back with them They offered no resistance at tho time of arrest but while being led along tho road ono of tho deserters suddenly Jumped aside pulled a revolver and shot Roanch in tho abdomen The scout armed with a shot gun imme diately returned tho murderers firo and shot his assailant dead Tup other deserter made hia escape to the hills mounted on one of the stolon horses Roaacbs wound is riot Missouri Pacific Train Kofbbers KANSAS CITY Oct in formation of a robbery of several passengers on the Missouri Pacific Omaha express to gll has been received The robbery oc curred within tho city limits but as all to persons who had knowledge of it besides t o robbers wont on with tho tram it is difficult to learn anything Conductor Welsh sent two trlecrams to headquarters one that several passengers on his train had been robbed by three men and another that j A Howard boundfor Nebraska City was robbed of and that J W Dollsy drew a revolver on the robbers and drove them from the Indications of Foul Play OMAHA Oct to TRIB Eastings special to the Bee says John Springer who teaches school in Wboatland township sixteen miles south of here failed to moot his scholars today and aftor waiting for him until noon they went home A searching party found his dmuer buckot by tho roadside and a little further on wero footprints and indications that a souffle had taken place and in a pool near by was a revolver stamped into tho Baud He had some difficulty with a stranger a few months ago who threatened to kill him Temporary Insanity Saved Him D CITY Nob to TRJB Thc jury In the case of Daniel Casoy with the murder of Mrs Ellen May 13th 1860 this morning CHICAGO Oct Dispatch Francisco OJmwfdc Kctifs Washington It appears that tho Democratic story about a secret offico of tins Census Bureau where tho returns are being cooked for tlvo use of tho committee on re apportionment of the House of Representa tives was imposed upon a credulous young1 newspaper man here by a designing villain It was tho most absurd and improbable yarn that has been telegraphed from Wash ington for many months Tho house iu which tho work was alleged to bo done has however become an object of public cur iosity and ao much so that tho occupants intend to surrender their loasti Tho ten ants threaten to sue tho paper for damages and aiibol suit will bo commenced within a few days by the census olork who charged with being at tho head of tho con spiracy MAKING DEMOCRATIC VOTEKS The Prjmds Unearthed tho Re publican Managers aft CHICAGO Oct San FranciscoCftronicZc Demo cratic naturalization bureau severe and unexpected check Monday night Nino men are now under arrest some charged with taking out fraudulent papers of naturalization and others with commit ting forgery in the cases For some time aclc tho courts have been grinding out ew citizens at a great rate of Tien wore herded together like cattle and narched over to the county building where hey swore to obey and protect the Consti ution oC tho United States In fact so narked war the enthusiasm that the Ee ublican Campaign Committee got sus picious and put detectives to work The mrtial result of their work was announced n yesterdays dispatches Another man was arrested today Do I tod States District Attorney claims to lave clear cases against tho prisoners The Republican committee is watching the with great oaro Judge Iawes rejected about fifty applications for naturalization papers last night Some of these applicants are so ignorant that they enow only tbe answers to the leading ques tions that will bo asked and require a nompter to enable them to answer Jntelli wently Needless to say tho prompter always been on hand THE POCATEfcLO JtrBDMEE THEY PUT THEIB TRUST IN THE LORD AKD DIK charged Riordan brought in a verdict of acqultal after being A Pnrty of American iranafclcs In Tfest orn Africa Carried OX by Tropical FoverTho JBrltieh Governor Protests ister N Oct British Min has transmitted to the Department of State a letter from the Governor of Sierra case of the whomvarious that TBS IRISH AGITATION IJiberals Meet to of Ogden met tonight in an elected a Central and chairman J V McNutt Prepares a History of Ire lams Recent Troubles ct E Lecky the Irish historian has written a history of the Irish the course of which he blames thenilddlemen and farmers lor the bitter aotjm which has resulted from tho system of competition during the last two centuries i Ho contends that through the influence 6 a wave of democratic Ireland wsaccorded much larger repre sentation icf Parliament than en titled to considering the aniajor ity of thejjpopulation of Ireland were dis aiVected f The the rise and progress of Fenianjjm After the the Fenian society creation pf an agrarian the of This tnojiiment in estab lishing part of Ireland elaborate Itis difficult to T eono enclosing a report from Colonial qurceon Ross at Freetown regarding the American missionaries about stories have boon A igoCMr and wife ilcssrs Helmick Jadorquist Gates and Harris last February They began at once thejiativo thus to confidence of tbe Surgeon Boss s and Harris bad died No doctor Sbeen su mmoned whole party had been in faitiku Dr Koss on found that the ileaths were an extremely disease Sirs Kinsman he found i in the last stages and she died despite efforts to save her Ho removed Tryce S tbe hospital where he erferman came down bibasjelf but refused toSive medicaVaid authorities SwSened to isolate the house andsend the threateneu k to the danger to the com 2r He theni consented to be treated s infcrmed by the remainder missionary that another party of are expected ii The Governor attention mat 4s thisclimate is not suited tothose alonb and means placed by il for the relief of suS are adanger to Idaho ellevue George wellknown wholesale cliilir Suddenly be heart diseases e c irem ai MS MBS SCHOFIELD ARRESTED The Woman in the Hatch Case Again to the Fronts Oct Dispatch Francisco CJwonicto Series Lillian Sehoflcld at who house Broker Nat Hatch met his mysterious death was again in the hands of tho police this morn ng under the name of E She was arrested last evening at her home 120 West Fortyfirst street charged with steal ng S200 cash and two checks representing 815 each from Mrs Ella 0 Winslow Since the tragic death of Hatch who lumped from a rear window of her residence and was killed Mrs Schofield has cnanged greatly Tier dejected appearance would attract attention anywhere From her own story she has been divorced from her hus band and has assumed the name of Stpwell Tbc charge against her is that she sold her house and furnishings to a woman named Winslow accepting S200 as first payment and locked Mrs Winslow oltt arid refused to return themoney STOLE THE POSTAGE A New Scheme by the Mailing Clerks of Henry Clews Co Oct Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle bank ing firm of Henry Clews havefor mouths past been tho victims of petty thefts that were carried on by two of their em ployees Oscar E 21 years old and Charles Burgess 18 years old Hoag who has been in the employment of the house for over three years was placed in charge of mailing department In D out all night Casoy had quarraled w th Mrs Riordan the night before tho murder and meeting her coming 5 lowing day he sbot her dead and attemptec to kill her son who was with her The de fense was temporary insanity Released and Kearrosted CHICAGO Oct Woodruff alia Black who told remarkable stories at time of the Crbnin murder saying that b drove the horse and wagon which carried the body away to the cesspool completec his sentence at Bridewell for horsesteal Jnf this morni ng A t the door of the prison h was met by the Sheriff of Johnson county Kansas who will fake him to answer to charge of horsestealing The Box Car Murderer Oct Special to e man who killed fcishbrougb and Emersonthe St Joe amuteur tramps in a box car near here September 2th has been captured at Manhattan Kansas lie has confessed of Police Killed David C Hen fatally shot afc midnight by three men near the corner of Basin and GIrard streets f onr shots en tered hLs body Tho assailants are un known Trying to Save BorcheJJ LOSTON Oct A petition to the GovernorGeneral praying tbat the sentence oC death passed Burcbcll commuted being siRnatures nossy Oct 15 Chief of Police was The Grand Jollification Ball a Bril liant Success POCATKLLO Idaho Oct 15 Special to Tho grand jubilea celebrating tho lato Republican victory in is goiag on at the Opera House hero tonight and the society people of Eagle Rock Blackfoot and Soda Springs together with over two hundred of Pocatollos best peo ple are participating In tho festivities Governor Shoup is present and everybody is vicing with each other in doing honor to tho Republican leader The Governor made a short upeechv oon gratulatinR the Republicans of county on the part they took in tho conflict and afterwards led tbe grand march Tfce hall is beautifully decorated with flags bunting and flowers and with tho brilliant toilets of the ladles forms a scene of Oriental splendor Judge Morgan Supreme Justice elect Hon Joseph PInkham chair man of the Republican State Committee and nearly all of tho successful county can didates are present accompanied by and numerous friends from ail parts of tha county Legislation for Cincinnati COLUMBUS Ohio Oct In the Legisla ture this morning a resolution was offered in the House tho tone of which censured the Governor for calling an extra session to nrovide an investigation committee for Cin cinnati The House caucus agreed to sup port a bill giving the Governor power of re moval from boards at Cincinnati and for an investigating committee In the Senate a bill was introduced to nbolish the office of comptroller at Cincin nati and a resolution was offered for a com miuce to prepare apian for city government for that city report In January All went over under the rule Tho Democratic Senate and House cau cuses have substantially agreed upon one bill amending tho law under which the Cincinnati Board was created giving the Governor of removal and providing for tho selection of the members of Board at Uio April election ion and Politics Oct D circulated here for PREMATURE PROTESTS Objections to last with Burgess as his assist ant The mail business included the sending of about fifteen thousand weekly and the clerks conceived the idea that If only eleven thousand of these were mailed therewould be money iu it for This plan had been successfully carried out up to Monday afternoon arresc dis covered through complaints sent in bycus tomers whohad failed to receive their cjr The firm lost over S1000 the Worlds Fair on CHICAGO Oct pTmj0NE Francisco Chronicle There are several thousand protests oa file at the headquarters of the Worlds Fair National Commission against the opening of the Fair on Sundays These come from societies rep resenting congregations but not from the congregations Every known re iMon is with the exception of the Catholics and Hebrews So far these denominations have kept out of the debate This question of Sunday openings a commissioner this morning is mature indeed In my opinion it wJU be a long time before it comes Secretary Butterwortb of the local direc tory said The National Commissioners win notjumpa stile until theycome to it and I do not believe that the question will come up fortwo Secretary Dickin son of theNational Commission isof same The Evening Journal Th e TJevindowskis Jiomhrowslcis and kosolsoskis Time v San Francisco ChrtinicU sitheV dauhter of a njiner cJeni officials canrie judged opeced onthe Sabbath NASHVILLE Kellv the Prohibition candidate for Gov ernor was today suspended for six months tlie Tennessee M E Conference by caving Ms post the conference for without permission from Morrill Formally Elected Oct In the Legisla MOffTjBilviUlX turo joint assembly today Justin S Mor rill was formally elected United States Senr ator for six years from March 4th next SCARED THE WOMEN A Sanguinary New Yorleer to Kill Them AIL NEW YORK Oct Dispatch San Francisco Ghronicte stout middleaged man in a blue serge suit made a lively scene in a womans lodginghouse at 6 Eivington street on Saturday last There was no one in the restaurant at the time but a waiter two girls at a table and the pro prietress who had recently opened the place The stranger had his handconcealed under his vest and he seeroed to be toying with something The girls got up and irent out and the stranger and glared ried beasts Theproprie at them and cried beasts entered from the kitchen and the went onto say that he would like to jcUl every woman that ever shreds and stamp them intojelly added the would kiiriots of women wouldnt and Zl The noise of the young women lodgerswho went up Oct Showdash and wife quarreled violently 6t his jealousy This woman poisoned herself

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