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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE MOST EXTENSIVE BEST in ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION Jt CIRCULATION THAT EXCEEDING ALL THE OTHER DAILIES CITY COMBINED VOL 2 4 LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY KORKIXG OCTOBER THE POWER OF A PICTURE arrangement existed s id what would be WHO GETS IT COBA RULED tacn Faint Away at Sight of a Ilussian Painting on tho parnirlliios crarnei r of future policy which It was im riKliHm obstructing In Iniland Balfmir went WONDERFUL CHRIST BEFORE Balfonr TlorHves nn Declare Tlmt IVO oiisThf IJHIon nnI OJirsiMi and content with this attitude n positive policy by three Judges a feellog of an iifhv which would provo disastrous to Iro 1mV rr Morlcy should come into oVfirf tomorrow had net the same u tliul with that the pros had it would only provo tho thn 1arnelllte com edy Tho Dillon and OBrien Programme pnhllshes a sort of finin Dillon nitrlo The Foreign when arriv In which Highi rim Ireland the lion H They say that in they will liv thoxnihitlon tHtlon ol Christ Han rniriHsoo Climii has licttii ir of a new r hcfore IMUttc pain Is the Rus sian artist fls poworfiiJ realism H inferred from the fact that of women have fain I d at the sight of horrible IH strangely faHcln ami tin salon wlnm it is is n 1 lie conl mmilly cnwdou Is I fr to that of Is proummffd by critics ferlor to the in hut ynt I 11 riinarkalui ulilnh hardly le attrihnUMl lu real ism FMiUruly dliftr Munkacsy In his I he work to he vastly in a purely artistic power They Tjoot MurelnojKNM Jlesidciiee Dinner LONION Knuieisoo The Hugaiit seat of Soimis known tho Triory at Knigato twentyone nilles from London now the nisidonoo nt wasoiiUued hy burglars yestur day whilo this MiircliionesH was ut dinnor The thieves planed a ladder the lirdroom window and tin entrane Tliev thmi Inserted wedges nnderneatU I he dillonnl doors to ejiabio them to work with out anil snccerdtid in rarry oil a nurhher of watches ormunriitH and of cHliy The household being disturbed by their movements tho servants turned nut in pursuit hnl Jitonei found their progress cli when they arrive in separate Dillon visiting the principal cities ami In tho and OBrien going over Iho Western tuid Southern States I Oet 17The correspond eni o the Irish fugi tives Oillon to raise LI in Amirka and a s whmi hf rttiinis Oliricn siiys lie relies for support in his mission to America on IrNh Roman Catholics thn bishops of Chicago rmd S Iaril and on the Uitholic sympatliy if Cardinal Gibbons A that knows that Is angry because of by a iMMvortc of wires ingeniously spread arrosn n from the hoiis that had all paths AN The the road Colonist J i i n i u tho lllirhr of Dillon and but they deny that there is any dissen sion In their party A Horlin nKiirtf Orl terrible fcniRorly oc euired today al Keinikendorf a snbnrh of lliis Hly A builder uimed at one Mmo wealthy hut who lost his money and is heivily in attuckcd Ills wife and five ehildien with hatclua and haolfcd heads hi a terrible manner Three of thehlldren died from the injuries ran Schanrsind this roniulninK two Children uro and clyinKThe murderer Hod ami has thus farohulwd made to cap In ro Tlio Conspiracy Trial TIITBHAHV Oct conspiracy trial continued Two witnesses testl fiod that wore present at tho time tho explosion at tho rentotllce of Mrs SmithHurry It Septunbor 1880 when the building waasutoi lire and destroyed v all the It contained a crowd at tho tire hut they absolutely refused to send assistance in quenching tho Tbo TJ P to Be Handling an ImmenseAmount ol OMAHA Oct to Regarding the frequent complaints which have been made abotitthodulay In the over land mail between Omaha and San Fran cisco tho Union Pacific officials here say that It has heen caused by the great In crease in the coal traffic on the Wyoming division of the road between Cheyenne and Ogden Tho coal business has been extra ordinarily heavy and tho movement of tho coal trains has interfered more or less with tho fast mall There have also hcen several wrecks recently which have contributed laricoly to the delay and as a consequence tho mail has been late in OUen from two to three times a weclc The uillcials however are informed that this delay baa been but from ono to two hours and can not under stand why this could not bo made up by the Southern Pacific paSHunger train which car ries the mall betwoon Opdou and the Pacific Coast VicePresident Holcomb has issued an or der the transmission of matters pertaining to railway business by telegraph The order states that telctrrams havo been sent in such numbers nnd of such length as to burden the wires and impair the tiveuess of the service Hereafter all mat ters except tho most important and urgent will bo forwarded by WERE MARRIED THREE TIMES An Antons Band of Freebooters Led by an America11 drew Liiui r u lon rtvolvor and U PRICE FIVE EASTERN GALES tired sit May Xow THE ISLAND OVERRUN BY ROBBERS roles S dismissed The King of the Forests Fattens OH His A Murderers Coolness on the A Orleans The Record Criminal AND THKN IT WAS CLAIMED RK NOT WEDDED Clronnujtnncos in Connootion With a Novel Will Widow Under tlio Surgeons Knifo nis seo possession of Htrikrs StarvfHl Out in Ihelron mar ket Millapsed toflny in consenucrico of a ropnrtthJit the funds of tho union to which furnafe men belohad tflvon out and thn mun havinK other means oC support be to return imtoh Ban Kranc lawsuit involving worth nf nueuritlM of pld of stump j ho tind hundred of tlionsands of unfs of land in all pare of Ktiropran Knssla will fonio to in SI In ahout a Work All ibis vast popirly is Mm of a iorrnau named JVin who Ult his homo a poor pouMnnt fifty yfars JIKO m snltlo in Crimea lie heJtrvu iiis Russian oatMMir is a sheep raiser and favored with liiiU ho remained a plain sheep ralMni peasani 1o his death I lie prefii suil is heUveen hh seeond as ami his children by his first wife as defendant WANTEDf to A Pnpn1 KOMK Oct A papal encyclical to the IS Dr Inrkcr t Know What Tluy Think ol LONDON Oct TUspateh Pan Dr Iarker thii eminent preacher IH tryinK to Hnd out whiit people think of preaeliinK as a modern Institution and through thn press an ex pression of public opinion on the subjeet either in tho mnvspapors or pri vately In personal eomnniniivi t ion to him he desires as manv opinions us possible on modern He nks What are Its detirlencies Has it hcvn ousted by law ful and morn useful competitors Is there still room for or Is thopotuold thinu dead and isoneV Ha intends to nuike thisthe of an address on November and will utilize tho substanen or fne re plies which he obtains this appeal TKLh ANf THE AtTLR A Suxtuo of tho Tatriof to Be Erected nl AUliorl1 IiONridN Oct San Krnnrlsco ChronMc Series report that the Swiss had become tired of Tell and his apple seems to havo been some what premature Tho people of Canton Uri havo just resolved erect to his mem ory a bronze statue seven feet high In an square before tho City flail Ii Althorf Tell will h represented as standing ulmio ft bold determined defiant wtih a Mosslww in his On the pedes Urinam stone t h ore will bo four re liefs which will depict tbo shot at tho ap ple on tho market place of Althorf Tolls bend Hesslers death and Telfs death Tel will he represented in nil as a peasant of the fourteenth century in tho costumo of his day A SOCIALIST IHUHS DKAO XVhilo in Drbate Oct tho Socialist Congress today one of the delegates from was taking part in a debate in the midst of an argument in whloii ho he oxcitel and staggered to the floor dead Thoiause was probably heart dis ease or apoplexy fter the hodv of Piiinngartcn bad nren taken from the hall Iho oxoltoment viiixlded the debate was resumed ufrt tinaliy adoined deelarini that a cannut rulllll its mission unless means of are assured and urcini ie jnoniiMM5 of tieparty h the eircnlation of the chief Socialist nnd the nonperlodioai literature party bishops strongly iirolosls ujyiiinst tho Government tho liberty and rights iscs thoPromlmof rovo modern and asks the prayers of I ho faithful The Snlum Sells Out Oct Tho Sultan snr rondorod toOorrnany for nmiks his riKhtH over tho portion of tho lOfisii African Umscul to tho Gorman Kasit Afrlcjin Company Crispiw Offer Siedc says It will TtOMB It will if nec essary publish details proving that the Italian Premier montly Indirectly offorocl to glvo Kranee full lilterty in if she would abandon her interests in In poll A Tramway Strike Threatened VTFXNA Oft has been ar general strike of omployoos of tho tramway lines In this city to take place Tim authorities are taking pre cautions to proven t acts of violence A Ojitbcdral Oct iro in tho dome of tho oiitbedral at Slona today was subdued with niueh diChulty before reaeliinu tlio church proper which is filled with art treasures Wouldnt Koccivo tho Oot corres pondent Home states on Vatican author ity that t lie 1opo would dcclino to receive IM lion and OHrion if they visit that city NKW YORK Oot TunjuxK Dlspatch K ran Cisco Chronicle Horiefi Mary Klixahoth a very wealthy woman with an unusual history died under tho surgeons last night in the New York hospital The validity of her mar riage to her husband William Rose Bynes who died and left her and her children a large fortune was contested In the Siate courts here for over eleven years and was but recently decided in her favor by the Court of Appeal Tho contest over Mr Hynosa will was ono ot tlio moat novel cases perhaps ever before in an Amor lean court She was married according to the testimony to her husband no less than three times within ten days and yet rela tives sought to break tho will on tho ground lhatsho was never legally his wife Mr Hynes was tho son of a wealthy and land speculator of Louis wluidlod twentylive or thirty years ao and left his entire fortune to him During the summer of lie took passage OIL ouo of tho for a trip to Friinee Whslo at sea ho mot for thu llrst time Mary luth Willis a handsome young woman of twentyone who was going to Europe on1 a visit They boearno autjualnted and it was not long before tho wealthy asked hor to booome his wife and she con Sllvncs was an agnostio and Miss Willis a dissenter Ho nuggesteil that thpy be married at once but there was no minister on board the ship to perform tho ceremony Tie said they could get tho muster of tho ship to marry thorn and that when they reached Paris they have the oivll rite performed Miss Willis made many ob lectlons to this progmmme but the ardor of llyncs finally prevailed and the master of tho vessel read tho marriage service that hound thorn together In Paris a nocond marriage was cele brated On the tenth day after they wore llrst married they reached where to make sum that they were legally married a third wedding occurred according to tho rite of ttio Jhuroh of England Ihoy traveled abroad for a fong time and then returned to this city and lived in apart ments at one of the uptown hotels iwo children were born to them William Uoso ilynes and Andrew Hynos before Mr Uynos died In 1S75 A TEIJ3PHONIC PEAT HAVANA Oct Dispatch San Chronicle Series the advent of Cubas new CaptainGeneral Don Camilo PnlavloKa the brigands havo grown more audacious than over eastern part of island is literally overrun with them because the troops detailed to accom plish their extermination havo so far con lined their desultory and futile operations to the western districts A of euer potlo cutthroats raided thn village of Peru October nth and severely wounded an influ ential citizen named Sefior Jose Miln who aroly escaped with his life by mounting a wilt hoiM The samo night three of tho esperadoes enlerud tin store of Senor Joso jtigo in Arroyo where a doxeu jiismmers had gathered to make purchases ml to discuss plans for discouraging tho visits ol bandits A11 of those people had come well armed but left their weapons ying around the store when they sat down The first of tho brigands to the place put himself bntwuen and their irsonal holding a ouokcd revoUcr in each land The did not get of their until the imweloonu visitors had lett taking all tho portable valuables upon which bey could lay thuir bands and intimating hat if Senor Lugo did not present them witli a spuuiflyd date he would be a ghost nsido of fortyeight hours Thirty minutes tlio bandits had lin slied looting Lugos establishment troops wure on their track but they easily escaped to their mountain fastnesses These fellows iremembers of a gang led by one Marcio a iow figure in the annals of Cuban brigand age for never put In an appearance prior to last summer Rumor has it that he Is a United Htates tho survivor of some defunct lillbustering expedition In his short career lie lias made himself a terror to people and his fame as an out Jaw bids fair to rival that of tho great and inly Manuel Garcia King of the Cuban Caroia himself has remained in dignified rptirement for more than a month presum ably fattening on tho blackmail which he has levied from various railway corpora tions Some say that ho has temporarily suspended his forays so as to give some of tho other bandit chiefs notably Manages once the scourge of tho land chance to earn a living j A NKW OIlkEANS Tom Butty Kills One of the Hen ncssy Suspects ORLEANS Oct Duffy a cousin of tlio prizefighter who has been ia tho habit of going to the parish prison to see a friend incarcerated there for mlsdo motuiov wont there today and asked to see Antonio Scoffide one of the assassins of Chief of Police Honnessy ostensibly for the purpose oi Identifying him When the prisoner appeared THiffy pulled out a pistol and shot him inflicting a fatal wound Dullv was immediately arrested He said to theollicers that If the Italian died he e Cholera in Spain During tho first two MADiun weeks of October cases of cholera with deaths iiro reported in Spain Tlio shows a general decline The San SC11KWS BLD IT Columbia Now the Fastest Sloftinslilp Alloiit TRUiUNK Chronicle A eublo gram received here says steamship of Tlio tho twin screw Hnrriburg wth e organ of thn The first mid ohiof duty of the tin resolution is tc en i the workiugnien and to inspire them in themselves as a elass HAPPY JRKhANO BnSfVmr Hays ISverythinff Is Quite Tjovcly on the Island LONHON Oct meeting of tho North ern Conservative Union was hold ut New castle todny and attended by 1000 people thoso present wns Balfour Chief Seeretary for Ireland who was given an welcome A resolution was by tho onion RaKonr nnd declaring that hl8 ability and untiring onciy have strengthened union be Creat Britain and 1relancl 1 al our saw of Ireland wasiinrovlng prosperity la inoreaslns and icet for the law growing though tho op had neen unable to disguise tho which tbey regarded any fallure of tho antion of the Government TrithB evening Balfour wna entertained at u banquet attended by over 100 guests by Lord Londonderry Amerlean PaeketCompany Captain Volgel gesnng hrts luoken her own and nil other records in her passage between Now York and Souihumpon Tho Columbia left New York last Thursday afternoon at 2 oolook Crossing the bivr and jingling bells for full sppeed at fnrtysoven minutes past oclock At 5 oelook yostorday morn inc sho was off the Uzard and by noon she wns at Southampton lowering tho best time record by thirtynine minutes The record heretofore held by thn Columbia was fl davs hours nnd U minutes the time made on tills trip was S days 15 hours and minutes The Columbia is ono of tho Hiimbnrg licet and has been looked upon as me f tbo fastest boats afloat ever situe During last October and No vember when commanded by Captain llen rirh slio made a record of days 17 hours minutes That record was on Tune lowered to r days 1t hours and 2 min ulos eonvhig west but at that time Captain Henrieh had been transferred and Captain t VoluelcesaviC hud taken command Sinoe his idveut tho ship has kept working at the record until now when she beat it wing i of An L ANTONIO Ooi today an oruer omivenini eoiirt inania M fort Goiter 22ml tho trial o Fusi Liutenant uemue L im nur Eichuenth fur the 5000 belonging to the bam of regiment Tin opinion in nnliiary that Lieutenant Turner will be from the service Charles GLocke Arrested NEK YORK Out 0 Locke of the theatrical firm of Locke Davis arrested tonisbt on complaint of James Marton Key who charges that Loeko paid lilm for his interest in the comic opera with a bogus check A Chicago Democrat Arrested CHICAGO Oct Nicholas Sennott in charge of in the Democratic Central Committee was arrested last night charged with subornation of penury in the of voters He declares his inj nocence of the offense A Preacher Gets Five Years NEW YORK Oct Yeader for merly a Presbyterian clergyman was sen tenced to live years imprisonment today for the abduction of fifteenyearold Mamie lUcCami A Negro Executed ATLANTA Morrison colored was hanged today at Da for Litemurder of John Hunter a NEWS FROM THE CAPITAL vision vrns ircuit Court con prohibition A CIRCULAR COXCBJtXISTG THE IM rOItCATION OF CATTLE was willing to hang Seven Tho Seal Poiclicrs OTTAWA Oot of the report that the sealing schooners recently sailed Triuntph and from Victoria H C on a second trip tohnntseals Tupper Minister of Marino and Fisheries said he that this was his mission It was impossible to shoot seal after rough weather set In Ho believed the object to bo to bring hie sealskins they had been forced to leave buhlud vhuui un tho llrst trip Ho ilisoml ited the report thattho steamer Kerta sailed for Iiehrina Sea in search of tho Triumph and Adole A telegram received for Sir John Hint tho GovernorGeneral will not htt in Ottawa October 20th Tho Comto do Paris wiU not thorefore visit the capital Ctibn Wants Reciprocity HAVANA Oct meeting called by tho Board of Planters yesterday to consider tlio tarllV was attended the wealthiost planters of Cuba They decided send thn Minister of Colonies a petition In favor of reciprocity with America and a revocation of the law of murcuuuilo rela tions with Suaiu An Orchestral Concert Heard AH Over the Country NEW YORK Oct Dispatch Francisco Chronicle novel exhibition was given tonight in the trans mitting room of the American Telephone nnd Telegraph Company at No 18 Cortlandt street Tho music of an orchestral concert wis listened to by at least six audiences mi a part from one another At the cen uil utlices at Philadelphia and Baltimore the people heard the numbers of a lengthy uroramme Tho members and guests of York Board of Trade were also Cavored with tho concert In a over in Jersey an mimenso receiver had been pieced and the music was transmitted from CortlanclC clearly and dis tinctly General Superintendent Hibtmrd from his residence tit Morriatown N reeted the programme by means of h not telephone Ho entertained a party nuests nnd in his parlors wore placed three bVreceivers and eighty police The service from New York so gooc that sets wore formed and quadrilles and wsiluos were danced with deligbt lent by tho new experience BIEO OF HYDKOPHOBIA Hen Unable to Hold the FrenziedVictim ATLANTA Oct Dis Francisco Chronicle Private Krauk Battery C Fourth Artillery U S stationed at Fort Mc Iherson died from hydrophobia today ONeill was bitten by a dog somo time ago but did not experience much trouble from the wqund Later on however it began to uoullohirn and a few days ago he was compound to go to the hospital rlo began to show siMis of madness frothed at tho mouth ami developed wonder Oil strength lie was put in n padded room ia tno hos nital lie threw himself violently against the walls buf the padding kept him from killiiv himself He positively refused to but it required seven strong men to hold him down Yesterday he broke loose from them once and overturned the stove setting fire to the hospital This was extinguished and finally by forcing him down putting a mattress on him aud eigbt men piling themselves on this they suc ceeded in holding him this position ah opiate was Injected into his and ha was A Queen of tho Hills Cave Oct to cave in tho Queen of the Hills mini lit Bradford this morning about 3 oclock cautfbt Robert Flood a miner se verely iniiirinc Mm Ho was hadly cub about the bead and bnok Although serious his wounds are The Comto Ia Delighted NEW YORK Oct Oomta de Paris nnd suite arrived this morning The wore hichly delighted with their trip to tho southern battle iields and the count is en thusiastic over tho reception tendered him by his old comrades He only wished there about seventyfive more like himself to do similar deeds The wounded Italian was taken to the hospital where he asserted that lie has always been a friend of Chief llennessy He cannot live More than fifty arrests have been made of parties believed to be implicated in the assassination of Henncssy and today an other Italian Pedro Natal was identified as ono of the men scon running away from the scene of the murder Tho body of tbo lato Uhlcf of Police flennessy lay it state at tbo City Hall today arid was viewed by thou sands be people The funeral was largely attended and Canal street war liued by im mense crowds for a mile A Game Murderer s Oct Maxwell was Population GivenNo Kc of New York Unless Krror Is ShowuYesterdJiys Silver PurcHasos WASHINGTON Oot Treasury De partment has Issued a circular to the cus toms officers on the subject of the Importa tion of meat cattle in pursuance of thoMcat Inspection act It confirms the designation of customs ports and districts named as quarantine stations by tho Secretary of Agriculture by virtue of section 20 of the Tariff bill but suspends the prohibition of the importation of meat cattle arriving in the United States By virtue of the same authority the prohibition of the hides of cattle from North Central and South Amor ica is suspended meat cattle from those countries being at present free from conta Bous disease Tho hides of meat cattle from European countries in which tho Sec rotary of Agriculture states contagious diseases of different kinds aro known to exist more or less are prohibited unless tho importer shall produce proofs showing that tho hides were thoroughly disinfected prior to leaving the foreign country and that they are free from infection of any kind PENNSYLVANIAS VOPULATION Tho population of tho State of Pennsyl vania is an increase of or per cent Til K SILVER rUnCITASER Tho amount of silver offered for sale at Treasury today ounces The amount purchased was ounces lit M A UKCOTJNT DEN IBB NEW YORK ActingSuperintendent Guilds of the Cen sus Bureau has replied to the demands of Mayor Grant of Now York for a recount of Package Saloon Jlo Opened ill Oct A in the ii oiiy this morning umons in The decision iwsihe reopen ing 01 original package liquor houses in this and in effect declares that the Wilson bill enacted by CoirTress docs not restore thepower of the Kansas law as against uriuinal paekngo saloons The facts in the case are that Charles Riuhr igoni for a Kansas liquor house was irrened for selling liquor in Topeka Aftor the passage of the on hill Uu ile ajiplied to the Suites Circuit Court for i writ of haUiut admitting that he soid liuuur as charged but ho claiiuoii as the Kansas pro liibitory law was oiiiuiiMi before tins Wilson bill that the Wilson bill did not apply Judges Foster and Phillips sustained this view auu granted the writ IOWA IN TUB SAMB FIX CKPAU PvAnns Oct ludse Ptone man of tho Superior Court diiMued today that the State Vroliibiiory law was null ana void so far as original paokauvs arc on cerned The decision was in a castgrowing out of n seizure of lieor brought from M Louis to be sold by aji agent last hnio T he beer was on Complaint of Abrtuus The brewing company uskod for an injunction Abrams nul also sought to replevin tho goods already seUou i Tho dofondint demurred that a writ of re plevin would not Ik 10 recover beer in Iowa hulgoStoiioman holds that the NYilSon bill is not retrospective in its operation that the Towa law regarding tho sale of liquors In original packages is null iu grants a perpetual injumtion Abrams from furt plaintiff THE PETEKS Several Insiiiutioiis of IioarninR IV iH Lose liJxpectod Donatiojis Oct Two or three public institutions will mako themselves very directly interested in tlio failure of Peters Several years ago it was announced that Peters had given each to Obcr liu College Olivet College ami tho Congro gationalThoological Seminary at Chicago Oherlin has since built a largo and building and christened ii Hull As it now turns out those gilts are only on paper Peters having given his notes for the sums named Thoro was a run on the Manistoo National Pank this morning which was promptly met Tlio institution was prepared for the emergency and it is amply able to meet the run without going outside of its awn re sources Tho excitement hero has subsided Peters this afternoon in speaking of tho condition of the various firms in which he is said tho only ones likely to be seriously nlTwtPd arc Peters Morrison of Tlic Day at ftew York Becomes a Sea Raging THE TOG JAMES A 6ARFIELD SUNK A Ship Goes with a Crew of Crushed to Death in a Penitentiary Factory Burned Other Casualties that oitv that the demand Is without sup port of any facts officially known to that office and that the Bureau will adhere to its enumeration until convinced by proper proofs duly presented that the same is er roneous lie adds Opportunity will speed Siy be siven the Mayor to present his case and any evidence ho may have to support void restrain with YOKK Oct before in thft memory of tho oldest mariner along the water front havo East and North rivers boon so ami hoUierous At 0 oVlixk this morning when the tdo was about at its bight tho river about tho ferry and bay as far as could bo scon was as furious and ohoppy as any stormy sea over witnessed along tho coast The wind was blowing forty miles an hour tho north west Only largost and Vissols vonturori out Afterward it mode ratod At TatUMson Mixon a brakeman on ilio Laokawatina whiU on the roof of a friMKlu ear was oarrltnl oil by the wind and seriously injured Tho in tho bay aided by a strong obb tide cunsotl a collision this afternoon between the big tugboat A Gar tluld ami iho freight boat Amos C Bars tow of thoStonington Stoamsbip Company he Oartiold wont to the bottom John iitM and lohn Lyons woro drownod while seven other men on the tug woro rescued bv HarsunvV crew and thn crews of ithor tugs Captain Henderson of the GarJuM had an arm nnd jaw Droken CHILDREN CKUSHKO TO DEATH Arthur lumber and real estate and Peters Dunham of Grand Rapids and one or two Southern firms These are likely to go under MILLIONS IV SIGHT Tho Sheridan Jjead Struck a Thon Kixnd Feet Down Oct Tell uric o is ablaze with Flags are lying and men are cheering Tho groat tunnel lias stvuok tho vein and developed a largo body oC of very high tnunel was commenced in rade The November is The Louisville Loses the First Game Oct the flrst game of the worlds championship series through inability to hit Texur banged here at this morning for the murder of Charles Decker last Juno Lie was game to the last Last night when the Sheriff showed some of weakness at the task before him Maxwell said Brace up old man you are much more troubled about this thing than I Ho slept well and ate breakfast with apparent relish Hissplrituai advisers received a severe shock this morning when they went in to administer the last words of consolation An enterprising reporter had been before them Ue assumed tho guise of a minister with the idea of getting an interview He failed for when the news paper representative began to question him as to his spiritual welfare Maxwell throw oft the religious mask which hu bad hitherto worn to deceive visitors and let out a string of curses of the most blasphemous sort When the Sheriff began to read thedeath warrant in a trembling voice Maxwell in terrupted with Stop that gab Scbroeder lot us get through this thing us soon as pos His wish was complied with He was at once conducted to tho gallows the drop fell and the victim was dead ia six minutes Maxwell was hanged for the murder of Charles Decker last spring while burglariz ing Deckers house Just before leaving his cell Maxwell handed the Sheriff a big knife saying that he might have killed himself halfadozen times if be had wanted A Piffht With Safe Crackers LIMA Ohio Oct a oclock this a gang of robbers were detected at work on a safe in Ohio City An alarm was given aud tho citizens turned out tocap ture themThe robbers opened lire and a battle ensued during which two cit izens were seriously aud two slightly wounded and ono of tire burglars killed Ho has not been Tho t of the citizens posse Charles Hover and Pence it is reported have died from tboir wounds The othersare not dangerously hurt A large posse is out now searching tor the remainder ot the gang of robbers They are supposed fco be headed by the notorious burglar MnnellHubn vho has long been sought by the in this vicinity Mrs Gonlcl Acquitted ATLANTA Lillian Gould at Murphy N charged the murder of her Gould was an Englishman of good family who married beneath his station and neglected his wife for years She finally found him in Murphy last March and during a drunken quarrel she latally stabbed him Killed in a Drunken Frenzy AV retired hotel keeper at this place was shot dead this evening by Police OHloor Weath ers who also received Injuries which may nrove fatal Davis who was intoxicated became involved in fight in frontof the Hotel Weather Davis but the latter resisted so stoutly that another officer had to bo called AFTER TWENTY YEARS Skeleton of an Army Officer Discovered in Wyoming CHEYENSB Oct to Camp a hotel keeper who had been an onicer In tho army went out hunting from Rook Creek one fall day over twenty years ago and failed to return His friends concluded that the Indians had killed him and when an opportunity offered searched for tho body but without success The other lay a skeleton was found In An telope Basin thirty miles from the station and a rusty knife and rotted clothing estab lished that the frame was Camps The hunter had intrenched himself in a natural rock fort and and made a desperate fight against great odds He was shot in the head Camps wife never recovered from the shock caused by his disappearance and a a few years ago ST ANDREWS BROTHERHOOD in the Community Dis cussed at the Convention Oct convention of the Brotherhood of St Andrew today dis cussed the subject of Laymen In the Com Many delegates spoke In bring ing the addresses to a termination Father Hall of New York said Be laymen dont put ona religious hublt dont put on a white tie Yon want to be as free as possi ble from any suspicion that work is pro moted by charity Having thrown off all is ItfOn fool long and Manager Waters says calculating on a basis of what tho mine has done In the past this strike nuts in sight The oro struck by the tunnel carries brittle silver and copper and runs high in gold Over a thousand fpot is gained in depth Tho vein is owned by the Company for fiOOO feet linear on tho surface Tho surface has been developed the entire distance and pro duced ninetenths of tho output of San Miguel county for the past eight years Two Governors Present Oct celebration of the centennial of the landing of Lreuch settlers at this place is being held today The town is In holiday dress and is over lowing with people All the business houses ind private residences are handsomely dec rated Governor Campbell and staff and Governor Fleming and staff of West Virginia irelure Governor Campbell delivered an Tho two Governors then hold a reception Tonight tho ladies give a ro seption and ball diffusing inc out to the constitution strik tho section in which Chicago is named as the permanent headquarters was The Oklahoma Contest GUTITRIE Oct excitement over the discussion of the Kingfisher Capital bill was continued oclock this moaning The bill was allowed to be placed upon its passaco and defeated by13 to 11 Today a motion to reconsider renewed the trouble The discussion is still going on and another allnight exciting session is in to reconsider was finally carried and the bill passed trouble occurred h Is believed the Gov ernor will veto it for the reason that pub lic necessity does not demand the estab lishment at the present time of a permanent capital The Color Line in Massachusetts Bourns Oot X B Hector of San Francisco a colored Prohibition orator who recently went to Pittsfield to address he Prohibitionists of that city in company with his wife and little boy and Mrs Bay ard also colored of Boston were refused admission to two hotels on account Hector claims of their color Admiral Porter Better Octi condition Admiral who has been suffering for some months with an of tho heart incident to old age is much improved to and Dr Wales of tho navy his physi cian reports him better than when he left Newport Monday Today he took a soffici ency of nourishment and is altogether Im nrovftd i Jmljye Austin Adams Dead DUBUQUB Oct Austin Adams formerly Chief Justice of the Su preme Court of Iowa died at an early hour thisinorning after an illness of a year It is believed to bo cancer of of the stomach He was a native of Vermont a graduate of Dartmouth College iu ISKs Ho was elected Cuief Justice of the Supreme Court in 1S75 and served twelve years He was a man of literary tastes and took much inter est in educational affairs lie was for many years a Regent of tho Stale University and for ten yeaVs professor in its law depart Woman Hor Head and Creates js Panic CHICAGO Oot AtS oclock this morn ing over a thousand children wero gathered Stanislauss Roman Catholic Church While Father was celebrating a special mnss one of the alUir curtains was blown toward a candle by tlvj wind sud denly ignited and in an instant flared up Tho children rose to their feet in wild alarm but the priest told them to be seated a3 there was no danger Ho tore down the cur iiin and stamped on it and all would havo been over in two minutes had it not been for a woman whoso identity is not learned She lost hor bead and screamed wildly to tho children to save themselves thattho church burning Instantly a wild panic ensued and despite the efforts of the priests to restrain thorn the children made v frantic rush for tho en trance Someone turned in the fire alarm outside and when the engines and a patrol wagon came cluttering up their noise added to The awful panic The children were packed in a dense mass in the aisles struggling and screaming and above this could be beard tho screams and shouts ol the agonized parents outside Finally Uie police and firemen restored order 1 1 was then found that Frank icksie S was John Prowtowski aged 0 and Frank Urban aged 0 wero fa tillv injured and twenty others more or less seriously injuredOf tho latter num ber tho police surgeons are confident that none will die although there are many cuts and bruises and somo broken bones AN SHIP The Officers Escape Poisoning and Are Drowned Oct ship Lizzie 0 whose officers narrowly escaped being poisoned on tho high seas by the steward on a voyace from Philadelphia to 1Mrin heretofore reported is now learned to have been wrecked on the island of Loo Ohoo while on her homeward jour ney and nearly nil of the crew lost The news was received from London today by a cibleio tlio vessels agent It has caused much anxiety In shipping circles for Oap tain Benjamin her master was ac companied by his wife and child These with the 01 hor officers and members of tno the otal number on board The Knffinecrs Will Xot Feuerate PITTSBURG Oct Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers held a secret session this morning An official stated this noon that the engineers would not The grand officers will bo instructed how ever to confer with the oflieials of the Federation report some method whore by the organization may work in harmony and if possible In conjunction in case of trouble The officers will report at the next meeting This action will be in the nature of a compromise between the older and younger members Labor Troubles al lilavnna HAVANA Oct street car and omnibus companies have dismissed all striking drivers and with new drivers The old drivers stoned Iho omni buses injuring several passengers Some nf the rioters were arrested Severe measures are taken to preserve order A number of cigarunikers went on a strike yesterday It is rumored that all the traces will strike s Bishop McLaufthlins Jubilee NKW YORK Oct reception in honor of the golden jubilee of Rev John McLaugh lin Bishop of Brooklyn was hold in iho rink Ottciearroont avenue Brooklyn this even ng Nearly SOOO people were present Car dinal Gibbons Archbishop of New York and othersspoke A purse of contributed by the laity was presented to the Bishop Van Valkenburffs Funeral Fowr MADISON Oct funeral of the lato Hon John Van Valkenburg past crew A Penitentiary Plant Burned NASHVILLE Oct entire plant of the Cherry Morrow Manufacturing Company situated within the wall of tbo Piin burned tonight No cinvicts part of the prison and there wa no panic The origin of the fire is unknown The losses aggregate A Now England Gale BOSTON Oct from various roiits alunp the New England coast report Upmost violent pile of tbo season Is Several vessels are in positions of dVnuvraiid considerable loss to shipping Is feared A Uaytien Vessel Sunk Oct Haytldn voile was run into and sunk C a vessel near Cape Haytlen by FOIITUN12 NORDICA Her Compromises for oftheCosc R I huffc broulii by Lillian Norton Cower known on tho operatic stajie as Mmc Nordica for 000 ajraSnst George Lewis Gower ot Providence is settled It was dismissed by i rcme Court of tbo State of Wasblng Nerdicas attorney The suit VOUM V secure part of the alleged rsTite of her husband who was lost while over the English Channel sev vuars Gower always said he fmndnouaceof iho alleged ostato of his briber Lie invested somo money m Ta enn a real estate a few years ngo no v worth He said he would cora n rti V for 40 000 as that would be about V on able as to fight it through the and other United States Sa promo The Dnvis Contest HFLESA Oct In the Supreme Court in the appealof Henry iSjot of tho heirs of the millionaire A Divis of Buttc from a decision of tbo District Court were concluded the lato tion juu AH r District Snreme chancellor of Knights of Pythias i Court took the matter under advise f J 1 t will occur Sunday afternoon October Iflth under tho auspices of theKnights of Pythias assisted by the Odd Fellows Tele grams of condolence have been received from all over the United Stales Mrs V an Valkenburgs daughter is III Almost a Majority t0 this evenin 300 Cbeyerine and Arapohoe In diins signed the contract for the sale of their lands acres to the Govern ment Three hundred aud twentyfive oou stitute a majority WhatHarrisonWill Dof NKW YORK Oct Wash ington It ls believed that President will call an session early i v November will appoint AttorneyGeneral Miller to Iho Supreme bench and make SolicitorGeneraJl Tafts AttorneyGeneral The comedian Nat Goodwins Nerye Oct tbe stage last night Nat a telegram saying that probably fatally injured bravely went through part although he broke down at somo pa thetic passages incrs Returning to Work Oct 1000 arc at work and 9000 M ost of those w111 go back morrow Stcpben A Caldwcll dronwd   

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