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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                Part First Pages I to 8 VOI O 2 4 LAKECITy UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 19 1890 PRICE FIVE CE NT TIL TAFslFF Lion of Iouhuiirist Halt of tho fund ilutfl by t IID Count of J aris however secured only remainder bcnig ul DQlTid TOTBE NftVY AN ADMIRAIAS SON DROWNED OHO francs l IK I lJonliirigcr lhe uso to whk MH meant it should bo applied It Mny Way ilift Kaisers Expensive HHorin Programme LO REMEDIES PROPOSED BY THE FRENCH Preposition fo Retaliate Affftinst Annricu AVilh j InisflM The Talc of n j News j Oct by Press November ihli TiKuipornr desir tlpassage of a i HMaKiiie W the of of arti rid U f dwellings for i Public Works who chursiM j with a hill providing for j o1 dwellings for workingmoji in i trri received an Irn popHSiii UM iMrisnin of the lncompoU comiilioii of ills IH 11 is I op HrHrs that I lit nmllil Mliirler of ViiKLice The but MinUter Von Minister Kinnice found that there were J i iuWsling of ihnn t L tho This Incident applies to criii iois of llie Jovcrnnient in regard to j in for sororms and i Lhe abolition of duties nit caltlr grain bMucen j n ud and hiHtii future In a dui fog MigiMl moists I hut the Uovrrnnmiit proeftvl Will tli reniest poliy rn piles walling to sen wnut elTeet lhe new I taiIlT will have ilium smiin oi lhe sniinis prosperity before commit Mng to iung tariff trontien In any Vle Co 11 gross at Halle closed to day Io ihe relief of deputies and Mm who have been swamped by the vur hoslty of tho Socialists TuduvK session of the was opened by election Of partv fihc llrst President U Ilerr IJngiM MihkriiMht was continued as edij tor ol Vim parry organ were adopted ealUngupon Mm party In Ivexlisiag to Iho uusat iiDictory conditions thu present system of ciiikTsiMnn and in thu ledernl government exercise a stricter supervision ports In regard the and accommodation of emigrants The mausoleum at Pottsdam In which tho bodies of Kmperor Frederick Prince Waido niar and Prineo wore deposited on Wednesday was consecrated today in the presence of Km press lrinlorlck bnr laughters thu Ensporor and Mmprcss and other niembDis of the ioya1 finully Iiin Koegol otllcialed arid the choir of the Herlln cathedral performed tho musical portion thu service E AND THE TAUIPP Mine ral u unl Eight Hours Oct Gladstone writes that fjtlr who recently the x icis on Die labnr t lien into the crrur of confounding his lsioiics comments on the general hours his views on tho es hill Mo says he desires to keep an mind ft Lin subject and to gather gen opinion and that he never expressed al judgment on the matter Arc Solicited Defense for Three Harbor Vessels THE UNION IRON WORKS CONTRACT Baifour Supports iJis Police a mooting of tho Northern Conservative Union at Newcastle ftalfour renewed his attack on John Morley chiirging him with rnisrepresenting nnd some of the frish authori He the act inn of the police at Tipprary saying that Colonel Jaddell tho daiiKcrous character of the niob was purfectlv justified in moving ou lr i Tho SocMiilist Socialist Congress decided to held ni Merlin Also to hold a Hoilallst labor ienunst ration on the first of May next nnd thereafter on tho Sunday following the lirsl of May of each year A resolution was adopted declaring incapable of representing tho An ITU probable Story Oummfirclo pnb llsheJ i letter from Menie declaring thai a fhet fjf Aiuerlean war sliips will arrive at Lisbon shortly for the purpose of demand ing of ho claims mado by the United damages arising from tho scixuro by Portugal of the Dolugoa Bay railway Ioi ONDON Hot Workmen Thr Ierlin dispatch says that tho Stvfilings for workmen which the Govern ment proposes ta build in North Horliit will cost JlliOO each They will bo purchasable on terms equal to a deposit of 875 and weekly payments of Tho JjuunchcM a TCont ST PCTHiismrufi to dav launched tho new barbette ironclad in thn piuseiioo of tlio Czarirm and high naval otllcials ft Is stated that tlio Cxarowlch on bis coming tour will return by sea visiting several American ports LONDON Oct A dispatch from Buonos Ay res says the supporters of oxPresident are intrlxuintf with a view to ro tund ny him to power Mount Disturbed TVOMW Oct IS Mount Is hi aslato of eruption Tho whole eastern aide of tho mountain is covored with a thick layer of cinders An IiiHaiio Minister LONDON Out IS It Is rumored that Sir Henry Drummotui Wolff Jlinlstor to Persia owins to illness has bocomo LESLiDES AND HIS Tho Opinion Is Against Ivotullalory PAIMS Oct has bren gmnt ex citement hirlnjf Mu weekat Lyons ovor tho fnited Slates TarlO law and Human the hyons Hepiiiy has given notko hn will hi lie Chamber ret alia Ion for the unties IMI lrenrh goods Ho will ily piopose thai a retnliatory he pineel ou petroleum and suvrgcsts thru a of ho established for of all Imports from Iho United States i MI thn other hand a committee for tho diliMisiof the silk market held a gnni at at which tho speakers the that retaliation du more harm than got id The president iif the CunimcrcH railed at ten iion ti ihe fan that a retaliatory policy against Italy has already cost the Lyons market francs worth of business and en supremacy in jlaly ice connnilleil by France Tiiul ot her coiHitriis toward America tho maticr of pork had led lh conferring powers nponihe President the ruitcd Stales by the Kdmuiuis Ke uiliation hill and entail dangers to iheunal Kreneh staple articles nf export purl icularl V winn and silks Ihe was followed by a Senator iiiul riembers of the Chamber of Dcpu tie MM of whom spoke to the same effect The thinks lie bill alVecls VJmland iermnny more than Iranco which niulii not to be drawn lit to tlic mak iiV of aralust the Iniled States hold if thtnew American tiiritT Is iniiirious to French inlcnsis Krance cannot is it has over nine years per sistct iu an unwtso actthat has luiii inicviiiis Io Anierica The iiionuMst has comi it says to repair this mistake ami the eireunotances tre favcivublc The CtMinci of tho of fhcsiue Khohe iilrcatly called for an oi the decree against American pork A meet lug of the was hold today it which the Una I draft of tlio general cus tom tafiiV was approved The ubinot also iiivepfcil tlureductions mado by tho Uudgit umuiittce in expenditures is cstitnatcd by Kouvier Miiiister of Finance This leaves francs thus permitting the to reduce tho duty on alco hol SPANIARD TITK KOMANTIC STORY OF A PARIS IAN A rtrllUant rlourimllsi and His ISody Is Kxhibltod at tho Morgue Jin A Grantloo TrnvolinK Cannot Stop Oct lispatcbpin Kramisco iirrlvod in Odessa from Into ono a f totnoon about throo weeks and at left tho city by rain i the clay ho returned hurried tho streets and squares like mad uid at departed He re peated this curious behavior once more anil has net been scon In Odessa since At Mos cow and t Petersburg ho did as ho bad done in Odessa and in rosnonso to the isi of ihe police in both cities I id before them iho do tails of his recent life llt is Don Oorcal Apatuo a Spanish and millionaire who hocan sulVor ins ffom insomnia sovtui years atro After Irving all of the other romedies ho was ad vised bv his physician to travel Ho began and has not boon able to stop Only in rail way or omnibuses or in sloiunslilps he tind restHo lias not boon in an or dinav bed under ordinary circumstances for six years Every he ehanors a railway compartment or car or drifts about at sei in a yacht or steamship Ho has beun almost everywhere on the continent and proprosos passing iho winter in Siberia PARIS Oct Francisco Chronicle Scries body of a wellknown man was brought into the morgue on Sunday riiht Ills pockets had beun si ripped of whatever they may have contained His garments were worn threadbare thoith thoy had nyidontly hron of line material A piece of cord was lied tightly around his and there was at 11 suspicion of foul pluy the ptO tongue and staring eyes and bloated murder Tho face was tonthlv Tho body had been in tho water sumo timo it would probably hnvo boen huriud or dissected among other unknown unclaimed bodies but for tho chance visit of a well known boulevard lor to the n i on tic yostorday Tho body of an unknown man was in oil Sunday evening His right hand irrasped iu tinthroos of death an old worn blackened moorsohaum pipe This was the moans of securing him Iho decentfntieral as the irishpeople would say that he re ceived this morning Yesterday afternoon u well known tnati of kitcrs strolled into tho morgue along with the rest of the crowd oi visitors Ho passed from otic to tin other oC throe bodies on their Icy slabs Ho was about to puss the third when something attraotod him It was old blackened nicotine stained burntout meerschaum pipe Uo stopped stared tried to recall the features then with a sudden exclamation ho mado his way quickly 10 rho keeper of morgue to claim tho body of his once dearest friend Victor Leslides ton years ago ono of Sho brightest journalists in all the brilliant galaxy of writora for tho Paris press of that ihiv A htritnco morose man at times a it was said with a history His long hair and unkempt beard his slouched and illlit higcloUus wcro known nil over Paris his was his pipe Withont this ugly blackened thing ho was never setMi It was part and parcel of his About a year ago he disappeared Ho getting old it is but bo was so subject to occasional disappearances that at first no ono thought anything of it Then ho was missed then his absence was talked nbout then some one suggested had Lonc to Algeria or America aud then ho was forgotten Yostorday afternoon ho was burled ami nearly a hundred of tho oldest litterateurs of Paris followed his body to the lames Buiton Keys Mistake NEW YOKIC Oct complaint of larceny mado against Charles E Locke of the theatrical firm of Locko and Davis by James Uartou Key was withdrawn today bv tho latter and Locke discharged Kcy caused arrest last night for passing a worthless check on him but this morning claimed that he had mado a mistake The Ohio lie formers COLJMiHts Oct TJotiso this morning after a stormy session refused to pass the Senate compromise bill giving the Governor power to remove members of Cincinnati Board of Improvements and providing for a new board by election next April A Jubilee Mass NKW YOUK Oct Longhlin celebrated iubilco mass this morning at St James Cathedral Brooklyn The editico was crowded Cardinal Gibbons preached sermon on the life of the Bishop and Father Malono made an address to bim in behalf of the clergy They Will Build a j Spanish Minister Resigns The j Buy Re servations Abandoned Capital Notes N Oct Navy Department today issued an advertisement inviting proposals for tho construction of a harbor defense ram of tons a torpedo boat of 110 tons and a swift torpedo cruiser of 750 tons Tho rarn ia to bo constructed in accordance with plans prepared by tho Department She will bo required to maintain a speed of seventeen knots for two consecutive hours and a pre mium of for each quarter of a knot in excess of that rate will be given The tor pedo boat will bo constructed on tho bid ders plans with a view to developing a speed of twentyfour knots Over that premium for each quarter of a knot up to twentylive and for each fjuartcr of a knot in excess of that rate Tho vessel will not be accepted unices sho makes at least twentythree knots and a penalty of will bo in case she makes loss than twentyfour The cruiser will bo built on De partment plans aud required to maintain a spoed of twentytwo knots A penalty of for each quarter of a knot loss than twentythree knots and apremium will allowed at rate of per quarter above twentythree knots and up foiir knots and of per quarter in ex cess of twentyfour knots The bids for ram and torpedo boat will bo opened on tho of December and for the torpedo cruiser on 10th of February A nATTLK SHIP run Tin COAST Tho Secretary oC the Navy received a tel egram from tho Jnion Iron Works accepting the Departments terms for tho construction of otio of the battle ships on the Pacific coast They pro vide for the of a vessel twelve feet longer Umn the one originally planned by the Department similar in all respects to the two ships being built by the Cramps at Philadelphia Tho contract price or more than the Cramps hid for a single vessel on the same plans and less than tho Union Iron Works bid on the vessel nucleitho Departments orlginnl plans AlILITAlir RESERVATIONS ABANDONED The Secretary of War has directed Lhe abandonment of tho military reservations at Fort Gibson I Fort Bridgor Fort Ycrdo Fort Elliot Little Hock barracks and Fort Crawford and their transfer the Secretary of the Interior for disposition THE DEIACIOA DISPUTE General Batoholler United States Minis tor to Portugal after reading the Lisbon dispatch about the Dolagoa Bay claim said matior was before the board of arbitra tion and until tho board reached a conclu sion no action would bo taken by tbo United States The assistant Secretary of tho Navy said this afternoon that there was not aword of truth In the report that fleet of American warships had boon ordered to Lisbon to en force payment of tho Dolagoa Bay railway claims or for any other purpose It is probable that the now in Northern European waters will visit Lis bon but nosignifioance Is attributed to this THE CENSUS COUNT Tho count of the population of the country is about completed by the Census Oflice Thu population of all tho States with the exception of South Dakota Florida latid Virginia and Wisconsin has already boon announced Tho delay in the of the States named Is occasioned by recounts ordered In sorno districts Tho population of tho State of Minnesota is an in crease of or per cent THU SPANISH RESIGNS WASHINGTON Oct Dis Francisco Chronicle Muruaga tho Spanish Minister at Washington cabled his resignation to Wad rid yostorday and received a notice of its acceptance this morning Senor Jilnruaga has been In Washington for several years and prior to his coming to this country was Spanish Minister at tho City of Mexico 1le Is a diplomatist of groat ability pleasing manners and talks English well The cause of his resignation I the return of the Con servative party to power in Spain as be is a Had leal THE MANUFACTURER MUST SIGN Secretary Wittdom has informed Secre tary Blaiuo that the statement required by section S of tho Turin1 Act for the manufac merohandiso consigned for sale in the United States cannot be signed by any person but the manufacturer but that tho signature if properly attested need not bo signed in tho presence of a consular otlicer A HEKOINJB AT SEA A Captains Wife Who Stood at the Wheel Forty Days NTTW YORK Oct Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Series April lird last tho a Gorman bark well known in Australian waters left Maur itius for Melbourne For some days every thing was plain sailing than there followed a series of disasters such as are often met with even in the annals of the One by ono the crew became prostrated by Maur itius fever and when almost every hand on board was lyingill the ship was caught in a gale Two men and one woman were left to work the vessel Captain Meinders Mrs Moindors and thechief mate Thecaptains wife tho heroine of this narrative had a double duty to perform She had in the first place to assist ber husband and the mate iu tho difficult task of running the ship during a gale but in spite of bur efforts death was busy The sailors died one after the other and finally tho captain himself was stricken down Mrs Momders and the first mate were loft alone to fight the storm and bring tlio vessel to port For forty days this woman stood at the wheel saw to the rigging and took au active part in the management of the ship To crown all her husband died but the brave woman held on to the very end and the ves sel finally reached a haven of safety gherita Mohiders is only years of age She was married in 1882 and has been at sea ever since Sho has two children one a boy now being educated in Germany the other a little girl of five who rau about the deck of tbti Johanna through all its experience Augustus Case Loses Bis Life While Cat boat R Francisco Chraniclc AiiKiisitis L Case the eldest sou of Rear Admiral Case United States Navy was drowned in the bay this morning The sum mer residence of the family Is upon Popas quasb Neck near Bristol In the high seas that raged during the night a large belonging to the family drifted from her moorings About 0 oclock Augustus Case and his brother Daniel put out in a skiff to recover Iho sailboat When off Castle Island their boat shipped a sea and capsized Their coachman Peter Oliourke launched a second skiIV and started to reach them but he broke au ore and drifted away when he was only ten feet away from the struggling swimmers Charles Herreshofl who was on the shore when he saw the coachman drifting away ran to tho stable barneyed his horse and drove two miles in eight minutes to the works of the HerrcshotV Manufacturing Company Stearn happened to be up in the launch at the wbarC and in ten minutes although a heavy sea was at the scene of mishaps aud rescued OKourke and Darnel Case It is feared the loss of his son may de throne the aged fathers reason Thu family was about to take its departure for Wash ington to spend the winter MISS WINNIES MOTIVES ft B5 A Fi u AMQ Alio ih nloilvJ The Jliirilerons Bands of Italians to Be Wiped Out She Is Vigorously Defended by Her Jilted Jjover SYRACUSE Oct Dispatch San Francisco Climnicla Wilkinson of this city recently ensragcd to Miss Winnie Davis sent to a local paper to day the following letter which explains it self Having seen a somewhat long repprt from New York in regard to the breaking of her engagement by Miss Davis T take tho liberty of asking you to correct some of the statements What is said by Miss is of course correct in every par ticular but thero are some suggestions at the end of the report in question that would be annoying to any one wore they not so She broke her engagement with me for personal reasons only as she is reported to state and It is ridiculous to suppose that political or financial reasons had anything to do with it The imputation of any merce nary motive to her is false and would be dignified by calling it unjust Knrther niore Miss Davis lias known for a year or two if not longer that I was poor ana within the last year the circumstances have much improved Tho burning of our house though a serious loss had nothing to do with her decision for she had decided to term in at u our engagement before that hap pened When a lady decides to break hor engagement the gentleman has nothing to do but submit and I feel any inquiry into Miss Daviss motlvete nipertinent My only reason therefore for this statement tho silly and unjust reports whioh have been circulated some purporting to corue from my friends imputing to Miss Davte motives entirely foreign to one of her high birth and WHITE SLAVES IN WEST VIRGINIA THE TERRIBLE TOLD A Gang of HalfStarved IllHoused Kept at Work Under an Armed He fugues Driven Back YORK Oct Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle is today a man living at 75 Bartlett Brooklyn whose is eoiaciatcd who feet and legs are weak and swollen whose hands tremble with palsy and whose eyes and face have that a trained and tired look that is the result of but one thing ex treme physical suffering His name Is Jacob Motsch bis age 48 and he is a Ger man by birth He has been in America a and five months His wife aud two sous Jive with him on the fourthfloor of the Bartlett street house and his neighbors and follow laborers speak well of him and shown that they believe his story ofhis ter rible wrongs Lie says he was engaged to go to West Virginia with fortynine others where employment at a day was to be given thorn on the railroad From the time of leaving Brooklyn until he ran away his experience was ono of constant sullering Rotten food was served the men No money was paid them and punishment of a severe nature was inflicted upon the slightest prov ocation Tilfed and worse boused the most determined of tho men made up their minds to leave tho camp One Saturday night Mestch and three others managed to slip away All that night and pan of next day they walked footsore and hnngry until they were seventeen miles from their starting place at camp Just as they were congratulating themselves upon their escape the foreman and of his aids on horseback overtook them and at the point of a shot gun and pistol marched them back over the seven teen miles they had just traversed When they reached camp more dead than alive Mestch nndoone other were taken sick with fever They were compelled to work how ever and were punished for leaving Fi nally Mestch made his escape and by tramp ing at nisrht and biding by day and living on the little food obtained from negroes he reached Kicbmund where friends supplied him with money to reach home Ho is in a terrible condition but may recover Tho others are still in Weso Virginia at work under armed guards Boulaiiger Diverts Campaign Funds PARIS Oct for R long timo Boulaugcrs most trusted supporter but who abandoned thw General says tho resources of tlio Bouiangist party having become ex hausted through the ortravaganco of tho CJcrieriil The Itoyallsts who were secretly supporting tho Boulanglsf movement col lected live million francs to secure tho elec The Idaho Vote Borst CITY Idaho Got official returns that the total vote cast at the recent Stato election was Tho ma jority received by tho candi dates for Congress nnd Governor were 2171 and respectively Upon a joint ballot the Legislature will stand itepublicuus 40 Democrats 9 The California Car YOKK Oct Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Series 1 nia on wheels is on exhibition at Jersey City The display is remarkable and is wide attention During the ten months the exhibition has been ou the road it has trav eled 0657 miiesancl visitors The Irish Embarkation I YORK Oct Dillon Sullivan andHarrington will sail from Havre on the 25th A COMMITTEE OF FIFTY GO TO WORK Secret Societies That Execute Death Sentences Affiiiust City The Mayor Hcn nessys Assassins Sensational Murder at Miscella neous Assortment of Crimes NEW Oct Machecal and several other Italians were arrested vo day charged with being accessories to the murder of Chief of Police llonnossy At a special meeting of the City Council this evening Mayor Shakespeares message was read denouncing the murder of Vlennessy through hired assassins declaring that ter rible secret orders exist in New Orleans that the Chief of Police was assassinated for enforcing American laws that any eimcn performing his duty or under any circum stances incurring t he enmity of these so cieties is to be liable to sentence of death passed on him and carried out by assassins who say nothing and know nothing that some leading Italians are at the head of these orders while others more peacefully inclined are blackmailed and threatened with death or obliged to leave tho city if they do not comply with the edicts of tho society that this state of atVairs has gone on long enough aud must bo stopped The Council is called on to take tho initiative steps to drive if necessary these people from the United States A resolu tion was adopted that the Mayor appoint a committee of fifty or more if he deems proper to thoroughly investigate these secret orders and report This afternoon the Mayor received an anonymous communication notifying him that be will be the next victim Mr Shake speare says this will not doter him from do ing his duty lie has appointed a commit tee of fifty The most intense excitement over the developments prevails in the city and thero is danger of the lower classes being incited to inaugurate a bloody race war against tbo Italians The meeting of the committee of fifty to night was secret but tho committee an nounced that it would pursue the investiga tion to the end and bring the murderers of Uennessy to justice and break up the alien assassination league in this city A thous and dollars was raised on the spot and by next week they expect to raise to as sist in the work The ship Elysia is coming up next week with 700 Italian emigrants on board The Mayor interviewed the Custom House au thorities and as aaesult they will go down down and meet the ship Unless the emi grants can satisfy the officers that they arc desirable financially and morally they will not be allowed to land Joe jMachocal who was arrested today has heretofore been considered a prominent Italian above tbo murderous plots of his more ignorant countrymen Since his ar rest some damaging evidence has developed The parties owning the shanty where the assassins are supposed to have plotted and gathered identified Machecal as the man who rented the place from them and paid a months rent in advance Several parties also say that they followed Machecal on the night of the murder He and tho Mat rongus also supposed to be leaders in the affair were eating a big supper while tho shooting was going on They remained till I oclock in tbo morning having a good time and when bbey parted Machecal is alleged to have said Boys I have done all lean I am only sorry he was not killed at THE IDAHO HORSBTHIEVES COLLISION IN A TUNNEL The Queen of the Hills Engineer Meets With an Accident BKLLVUK Oct to rather peculiar accident oc curred iu the Queen of the Hills mine this morning about 11 oclock Chief Engineer Dan B Campbell came up to the tunnel from the engine room with tools to do some work inside of mine As he got to the mouth of tho tunnel be saw a timber mau coiug in and thought it was a car man ou his regular trip Campbell put his tools on a small flat oar or trolly aud started into the tunnel About half way in he met the outcoming car on a short curve and the collision throw Campbell over his trolly ia front of the outcomics car He landed on his head and sustained a severe contusion with a cut over the right eye and not being able to get out of the way was run over by the car loaded with In addition to the wound head he was severely bruised about the body and bad one toe ored from the right foot No blame is at tached to any one for the accident Camp bell is rather sore but not seyoiely hurt A British Captain Killed THE 1 Nicholas J Skettowe of the British army fell from bridge Last evening a distance of tweuty feet striking on his bead and sustaining probably fatal injuries Skettowe is about 70 years of age aud with bis wife was making a tour of the world i The Comte Praises the Cadets NEWBURG N Oct Conite do i Paris and parfiy visited West Poibt iind i witncsseditlie regular i inspectiun of the cadets The do the of the formerly livod The went outride and foujnt and upon their to tho saloon Ward akod Gibbons to a drink The iaucr refused and drawing v knife rushed upon Ward and inllkud dangerous wouid Ward caiuht him by the throat hut inrough weakness fell to the tloor his assailant escaping Ward lies in a critical j condition at the city hospital A Cashier Waylaid CINCINNATI Oct FMs Francisco Tho Kirs i National Rank of Newport had a very close call today from luiag robbed of j a sum of money Thn assist ant cashier S P is iu tho habitof transferring largo of money from tho bank to lhe Third National Hank in Chioinj nati Yesterday afternoon ho was called to j the southern portion of Uieeity on business where he received something over STOOD in bills Of large denominations On his way back to the bank he was approached by two toughlooking men who asked for a dollar and then attempted to rob him lie pulled his revolver whereupon they took to their heels and escaped The Detective Stayed with Him NEW YOUK Oct W Low is a I broker is locked upon a swindling j his wife out of a fortune by purchasing worthless stocks or pretending to do so Whon lie had reduced her to penury he left her aud a detective finally located him in Hartford Ou tbo way back Lewis jumped from the train in tho ngiht while it was running twentylive miles an Hour Detec tive Von Gerichtcn leaped after and caught him Both men were quite badly hurt Indications olv a Foul Crime 1UC1XE Oct skeleton of Ernest S Schultcr who disappeared mys teriously with his two children in March 1SS7 was found burled in tho cellar of his former homo today No trace of the bodies of the children was found It is believed that tlio entire family were murdered and tho bodies buried on tho promises A thor ough search of place will be made by tho Killed the Captain of the Watch ST Louis Oct before3 oclock this afternoon Albert Wbitfield shot and killed Grandison Tones diaries New Ion was shot through the neck by a stray bullet and Wbittield received a slight wound in the head Tbo shooting took place on board the City of Haton lying at the foot of Market street All the men are colored Jones was captain of tho and refused to advance money to Tampered With the Jury ELMIHA N Oct jury in the Ellenburg murder case came into court this afternoon with a verdict of not guilty and the prisoner was discharged This morning while the jurors wore taking exercise in the street in care of a special officer George W Palberts a milk dealer shouted to them you convict that woman you ought to bo The officer arrested him and Judge Euiosoy held him to tbo grand jury A Democratic Candidate Held CHICAGO Oct the fraudulent naturalization cases this morning States Commissioner Uoyno held Colonel Von Praag Democratic candidate for the State Senate in baii of 55000 to the Federal grand jury Barney Manning and James Sbeehanwcro held in His Brothers Death Oct C Van Dyke HE LIMIT OF A IBOTTE B Robert Bonner Says Ko Horse Will Ever Beit THE OLDFASHIONED TRACK THE BEST Scamboul Beats Artells Record and His Own in Year ling Record Princeton Student Smashes a Record Recent Antics Will Probably Break Up the Gang BI3LLEVUE Idaho Oct to The trial of the famous cattle stealing case mentioned in these dispatches a few days ago has been going on before Justice Uedsull since Wednesday morning Warrants were issued for William Ledford Jack Ttsed and Lafe GriffinEeed has not been found but the other two were arrested and a cloud of witnesses subpoenaed The case came up Wednesday and tbo court has been in session day and night since The evidence given so far is of a very damaging character and will no doubt end in the com plete breaking up of the gang who have for years been instrumental in getting away with a largo number of cattle and horses throughout this region Jack Heed tho absent defendant Is said to have skipped the country before the papers were placed in the hands of the officers Griffin has a reputation as a cattle and horse thief and Ledford 3s a young man who was apparently mado a tool of by f KlMjED HER BETRAYER A Sensational Murder at Quincy and Its Causes QCINCY Oct of the most sensa tional shooting affairs that ever occurred in thiscity took place on one of the principal streets this afternoon Dan G Price of Salina being fatally wounded by Miss Lillie B Booth of Gamp Point tind the young lady being shot by Price Accom panied by bis brother Price was walking down Sixth street soon after dinner when Miss Booth crossed street and placing tbemu2zleof a large revolver against bis back fired Prices brother grappled with the young woman and the wounded man ran into a store but immediately returned to the sidewalk and shot ber down Price died soon after the shooting but Miss Booths wound is not necessarily fatal The Price and Booth families are the most prominent in the country About a year ago young Price went to Salina and engaged in business During the past summer Miss Booth followed him to Kansas and com mcncea proceedings against bim for bast ardy but he was acquitted and returned Miss Booth also came back to ber home at Gamp Point and the two met today for the first time since the trial An Einporia Scrap EMPORIA Oct Dis Francisco Chronicle Harry Keel today went to the house of Hal and accused bim of undue inti macy with bis Reels sister After a wordy warBeel started to walk away gone a few steps when he drew bis revolver and fired at ScrogRins Scrogglns returned jfche fire and twice when Matthew Scroggias joined him and also opened fire on Heel Reel emptied his revolver without elfect but with a bullet in the region of the heart He will die The Scroggius brothers wera arrested Fought Over California Sail Francisco Series a row in a saloon Thirteenth and Erie 1 streets last nightFrank AYard and John P who is a Californuin got into a dispute about State where Ward a brakemun ou the Southern Kansas road yesterday fatally shot Will Long This morning tho Marshal took Van Dyke to Grenola When tho train reached there Sol Long a brother of the murdered man walked up and fatally shot Van Dyke IIo then surrendered himself Hanged by a Mob MACON Oct Singleton a negro hackman was taken from last night by au armed mob and hanged to a tree Five weeks ago Singleton committed rape upon a young lady whose name was suppressed because of her social prominence She is a granddaughter of the late Chief Justice Lumpkin of this State A Murderous Impulse BOSTON Oct morning Darifel TT Wilson an employee of the Adams Ex press Company shot and UUIed his wife and then sent a bullet into his own breast in flicting a probably fatal wound He says he did it under the impulse of tho moment without any cause and he thinks he was temporarily insane COLLIERSWILL CONTESTED The Widow and Daughter Allege In sanity and Informality SUPERIOR Oct Dis Francisco Chronicle will of the late James Collier did not prove satisfactory to tbe heirs and at the instance of his widow and daughter now Mrs Joseph E MoKenna a contest has been instituted The allegations of the contestant were un soundness of mind of the deceased at tbo time of making tbo will and informalities in the execution At the time of his death Collinssproperty was variously estimated at to This he left to his widow his daughter a niece and a nephew and liberal provisions were made for some needy relatives in California Gored to Death TUcnns Oct Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Smith a prosperous farmer of Caledonia met with a most horrible death He was out in the pasture driving the cattle to the barn and bad got them all in except four when he was attacked by a ferocious bull A neighbors son heard tho mans cries and told his father unfortunate mans body was found crushed outul all semblance to human form The breastbone aud neck were broken and the bulls horns had peue trated the mouth NEW YOKK Oct Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Robert Konncr was shown tho dispatch regarding K 1 Baldwins proposition for a straight away track lor trotters next year and was asked if ho would send Sunol or Maud S for a record if the proposed trnck is perfected yos if it ovor and tho conditions arc right T may scud Sunol to see what sho can do but thero would bo littlo merit In such a record I am opposed to mraightaway tracks both for runners and matters Take the roont trial Salvator for instance Tu his record is four seconds bettor than any horse living or dead Do you think such is case For myself I honestly think ho could not equal Tenbroocks time on a regulation track and I holievo there arc a muuber of horses that can boat his Salvators performance on a straiuhtnway Tho oval is the only one for horse racing and a record mado oa strnigbtaway or kitesbauod track is valueless in my opinion naid tho genial oM gentlomaRv warming up there is nothing to a from being an outrageous downhill and tho steeper iho incline faster the time By and by wo might have a course laid down a momitaiuslde and my what records wo could mako Sunolis a wonderfully long stridcr and this straight away would be just the thing for ber lim regulation truck is hard on such an unusual stiidor as she is which puts me la mind of Dexter They said the old horse could take turns so well that it would be no trouble foe him to trot around a washtub Bonnet tlio dispatch speaks about a twomin gait Do you believe a trot ter will over fairly travel that fast No was tho emphatic reply That s nonsense The fastest trotter in tho world bar none is this lilly Sunol Why look at her shes only a baby lust a mere vet only two horses MuudS and Jay FyeSoc have trotted faster With every thing turning out favorably sho may get down to 2 05 or It may be but that is tbo limit of a trotters NEAV RECORD A Tremendous Finish Spurt Lowers It to 12 NAP A Oct Stamboul trotted agn inst time aud lowered his own and Ax tolls record making the mile iu ono quarter of a second slower than Nelsons mile made at Tcrre Haute Stamboul was driven by Goldsmith and was accompanied bv a runner Tlispaco to tho eighth was rather slow for him The head of the stretch was passed in 16 seconds Around to the quarter it was evcu slower that being made in When well on the back stretch tho stallion showed a desire to spurt Gold smith hold him buck however and the half was In The fiveeighths was passed in with the horse still In restraint The threequarters wcro mado in and at this point it seemed tne at tempt to break his record would be a fail ure As scon as tho horse was well straight ened out however McDowell drove tho run mr close up and Goldsmith began a des pprato finish with whip and voice Tho stallion responded nobly and fled down the homo streuh faster than the last quarter has ever been covered in California cross ing the lino in The burst of speed will which he finished was tremendous the last quarter being done in tf a gaO CorVus yearling colt Frftcdom trotted a mile in beating tho yearling stal Hon record of and tho New Orleans record of Cincinnati and Lexington Races Oct Closing day of tho fall Latonla races Threeyear olds and upwards ttimom won Robin LSI brad third Time Threeyearolds and upwards mile and won f ugenia second Pritchcw third Time Threevearulds and upwards Stone won Business second Dollie Al third Time Twovcuoids five Rancer won Pa second Paladine third Time Hotel autumn handicap all n won Miss Dale second Marion C third Closing day of Ken tucky Horse Breeders Trotting meetings Unfinished from yesterday Two twentyfour pacing StSOOWrokos wou King Laska second Johnny Smoker third Treasurer fourth Best time Tw twenty cisLss Eor icon won second Globe thirdt others ruled 01 Sn JiiUt a ko Vulj ryearolds Nancy Tlaiiks won Witmorc second others Uisi time Two Jwentymnc class 31000Minorva Van second Embassy third Clark Wilkos fourth Best time stakes fouryearolds S59o un won from Corall In Daughters of the Revolution Oct an adjourned meeting of the Daughters of the American Revolution today a letter received from Mrs Harrison accepting the presi dency ol the society and another frcin Dr Swward Webb president oi the Sonof the American Revolution extending a cordial welcome from that body adopted is that of a female figure iu ihe dress of 1776 at a spinning wheel and at the same time rocking a cradle with the rnotlo The hand that rocks the cradle rules the Mississippis State Officers JACKSON Oct The Franchise Committee submitted a compromise report this morning which will undoubtedly be adopted It provides that the terms of the Auditor Secretary of State and Superin tendent of Education bo extended uutIV January 1 1800 that a general elec tion will be held in November for rail road commissioners members of the Legis lature District Attorney iud county offi cers that the termsshall expire January 1 1896 and that there shall general reg istration in 1S01 of all qualified electors un der the new constitution The Hundred Varrt Record Beaten annual fall handTcap meeting of tho Princeton Uni versity at the grounds of the association was lieid here this afternoon and was a flay Fast time was mado in the 100 dashes by 03 Four experienced timers gave VA seconds as the record for 100 which breaks the worlds record iniioe at Washington last Saturday by John S Owen of Detroit and W seconds for the 220 yards on a curved track equalling the American record lor the same distancestraight Lambert and ONeil Matched NEW Yoniv Oct Police Gazettes London cableram says that Gus Lambert the American heavyweight pugilisti and Teddy ONeil of Liverpool have been matched to fight for Tho men are to fiht at catch weights on November 5ta sfavin And McAuliffe are boxing to large audiences and both are being well received CRAFT A Preacner Acquitted CHATTANOOGA Oct Dis Francisco Chronicle The case of the Rev Dr Carter of this city who lutd been on trial for the last few days by the Holstou conference of Greenville termin atedin a verdict of acquittal by a vote of twelve to two Dr Carter h id been charged by his presiding eldor immoral con duct said this verdict will not settle but tbatthe case will be taken into the Circuit Court three preachers are involved The Peculiar Principle on Which the Is Constructed WILMINGTON Oct Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Secretary Tracy sent Naval Constructor Hobbj from Washingtonto inspect the steamer F L and formance understeam Her inventor Norton has sucb indestructibility andyh the roughest winds and start on a trip to Toulors on ber 1st touching at the Bermudas wid Azores Mr Norton will takers nice with him Ho will also go to and Germany on invitation of those G meats TJie a UttM   

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