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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING ALLTHE OTHERDAILIES CITY COMBINED THE HIOST EXTENSIVE AKD BEST ADYERTISDK MEDIUM ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION TOL 2 5 SALT LAKE CITY OCTOBER 22 1S90 THE SAGE OF HAWARDEN Be Denounces the Tories andTheir Coercive Measures OVER TO HOME RULE Gladstone Addresses nn Audience of 50OO PcopleTho Trial at Tip Adolphus to Wed BoothH Gen Foreign News Oct addressed an audience of 5000 people at tho Corn Ex change at Edinburgh fch IB oven ing Ireland ho said continued to overshadow all other subjects The country now fully recognized tbat the Irish question must be settled bo fore others Tho opponents of homo rule had hoodv7lnkocJ and deluded thofrconstitu fincles by pledging themselves ajtInU co ercion promising local government and ox debate in the Chamber of Deputies yester day relative to tho action of the Govern ment against the Boulanglsts In the course of which do Kouledo Insulted Reinach by doscribing him as that lackey of all ad took place this morning Tho weapons used were pistols Twenty five paces wore marked off by the seconds and fcho principles took positions At tho srord Rolnach fired but tho shot flow wide of tho mark Do Kouledo did not fire second then proposed that tho duel be do llouledo declined to ac cede to the proposal Wanted Baliour Summoned IAKY Oct trial of the defendants for conspiracy was resumed to day During a discussion between counsel Dillon of counsel for the defendants said he wished the tribunal before which the case was being tried was a superior Instead of a magistrates court Ho would then charge BalffHir with contempt of court for his recent utterances at Now Castle Michael OBrien a defendant asked that Huinmona be issued against Balfour com pelling hirn to appear before tbe court and state under oath what ho had said at Now Ouatlo The court declined to issue tho suoiuions INIQUITY OF THE TARIFF Jlovernor Hill Rends His Raiment Over the iMinley Bill IT IS THE SUM OF ALL He Declares Tbat Under the Protective System the Country Is To the Pre sents the Other Side Misconduct in Ticino Oct evidence in the suit brought by the Ticino Cantonal Bank against tho government of the canton aris ing from thy embezzlement of one million francs by treasurer of tho canton shows the embezzlement was intimately connected with the revolt last September It is said that Signor Bespinc at tho head of tho can t it L4 fcU pressing against tho granting of K0vornmonfc has documents compro largor advances to the British Government to buy our landlords Yet their first favor Uo moasuro aftor gaining power coer cion Local govornmont vanishing In thin air and there was a proposal be fore Parliament granting to buy out tht landlords Tho Con sorvutlve administration of tho law was than the law itself The Government itaelf was a perfect pattern of Illegality Gladstone referred to tho Tlpperary af fair It was grossly illegal ho said to close tho doors of a courthouse against tho people Tho appointment of Magistrate rihannon to try tho case was a gross scundal Jf such tricks were playod In England by wantonness of very shortly a vrtiy would bo found to remedy such abuso After tho examples of police misconduct at Mitohellstown and Tipperary It was irnpos fjlblo to respect tho police or administra tion of tho law by them Tholr brutality and harshness constituted tho crowning In fiuli of grossest that could bo indicted on tho people at such a time The Government vauntod Itself OD peace in yet kept six times more policemen than In England and Scotland The British taxpayers paid over a inllHon and a half pounds yearly to tho Irish police sim ply to assist in collecting rents for landlords Tho English arid Scotch landlords mot tholr tcnonts fairly and had no desire to policemen to collect their rents Thp British landlords hnd lost more in rents fihttn tho Irish ifttidlords had If the GOT ornrnont would grunt a general election tho atatti of public opinion would prove that tho country was won over to homo rule On this grout question of Ireland Glad stone concluded tho lost of tho fortresses of mlsrulo and oppression would go down be foro tho Liberals attack The speech was received with enthusiastic cheers OThe OKrontcle ranks Gladstones speech among his finest oratorical efforts arid says his scathing exposure of tho coercion reign will toll upon the minlstoral position Tho Telegraph says even tho hackneyed of the subject failed to render tho speech dull On the other hand thoTimea saya Wo oonld conooive of nothing duller or more OENEKAL BOOTHS PROJECT rnislng a number of Influential men lu polit ical life Tho Teutonic Ahead LONDON Oct White Star Iftio Hteamer which cleared tho bar at New York at a October 15th for Liverpool was signaled off Browhead at this morningTho Inman line steamer City of New sailed for Liver pool tho same day and crossed the bar four minutes abend of her was signaled off the same point at a m today Ho Wants n Million PoimdH to Bo Hove the Lower Classes LONDON Oct Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle now scheme of General Booth for the relief of tho lower orders of people In this country Is meeting with general sympathy lu the press tho sentiment entertained toward hiro being one of encouragement for tho good work of an eccontrlo man which Is likely to result In much good even If fb does not achieve nil that Its author hopes for It The book England and tho Way Out of Is written graphically with catchy titles not always in tho best taste In tho usual Salvation Army manner bufc despite Its outwardly extravagant method It Is char acterized by great moderation and restraint Booth proposes to employ to start a project to provide tho homes and houses of relief which form part of his scheme and to use tho remainder of the which he is trying to raise as a permanent endowment fund which shall roultao annually to be expended In carrying out tho various divisions of his labor In addition to hla rescue work on tho farm for outcasts whom ho estimates to constitute a full tenth of tho population and whom ho calls sub merged Booth proposes from the ranks of tha unemployed to form household salvage corps or a waste not want not brigade which shall undertake a house to house collection throughout London of broken victuals cant otT clothing old news papers arid whatever is generally away Out of this he Intends to malco tip supplies for his rescued poor outcasts Booths book Id largely statistical as nocessary to show the practicability of his sohezne and tho basis upon which ho is get ting to work bur it Is also slightly sensa tional tho reading abounding as It does in wonderful stories of Ufo In tho slums Duelists Hurt Each Other LONDON Oct Pesth yesterday In a duel fought with sabres Lieutenant LfiJiar one of tho combatants had of his arrnfl severed from his body An account of duel comos from Cuuut Marenzl one duelist received a uhot wound from which he la Military Supplies for Africa Oct is reported that the Governor of Mozambique having telegraphed that tho colony stood In urgent need of mu nitions of war a consignment to him of mili tary supplies formed part of tho cargo of th0 mail stoamor which sailed today for East Africa More Dock Trouble Ahead LONDON Oct dock companies issuo a notice that they will cancel their ngreements with the Dockers Union ex piring November 3rd It is their iutcntlon to ornploy froemon and ignore tho union but they will continue the oresent system with regard to piecework and other matters French flights in Newfoundland LONDON Oct Standards Pars correspondent believes that negotiations have been reopened between England and France for tho surrender of French rights on tho shore of Newfoundland England proposes pecuniary Indemnity France de addition a concession of territory In West Wouldnt Answer in Czech VIENNA Oct the Bohemian Diet at Prague today a young Czech member challenged the Governor to explain why ho replied in German to questions put in the Czech language Tho Governor declined to respond and such nOjiiproar ensued that it booume necessary to close tho session Demanded Work or Bread DOUULIN Oct crowd and laborers at Schull boalogod tho Board of Guardians today domaandiugwork or broad on account of tho failure of the po tato crop Tho Board replied that the law does not permit outdoor relief Ordering Out the Jews A Oct accordance with the Czars enforcement of tho antiJewish law all Jews in Kishouol wore today ordered to leave that city Also tho Tows In Aker inan twentyeight miles from liero have boon ordoracl to leave that town CANTON Oct Hill greeted on his arrival hero today by a large throng Tonight after a large torch light procession of Democratic clubs he spoka to a crowd of tbreo thousand people at the rink Many were unable to obtain admission Governor Hill said In part An Important political campaign Is that upon which tho country has entered The question presented to our voters is nyt whether the next IIooso of Representatives will bo Republican or Democratic but whether of our Liijdcral Govern ment is to bo radically modified and the Integrity of our Institution successfully threatened The great issuo is the record of the party in Its brief control of ConcrrQBS No party has more recklessly defied precedents more liagrantly disre garded principles more boastfulfy over turned traditions more soriousiv invaded private rights more arbitrarily en croached upon the prerogatives of tho States or more tyrannically used the power of thO partisan majority The iiuimatinc the acts seems to have been only a perpetuation of its own power The party has increased Its majority 1n the House of Representatives by arbitrarily ejecting Democrats from seats stolen the representation of one State in the Senate admitted to the UnfairStates whose only claim to admission4 is that they will swell the Republican majority denied represen to Democratic Territories much bet ter qualified for Statehood in point of popu lation and resources Ignored the rights of tho minority by the tyrannical methodsand rulings of the Speaker of the House sqiuin dered tho treasury surplus1 by extravagant appropriations to conciliate particular in terests enacted a tariir bill which will supj Ply corruption funds for elections con ducted a census denounced everywhere as worthless and manipulated for the counting of Republican populations up and Demo cratic populations down and has threat ened a force bill which will put an oncl to Stateauthority in tho certification of Federal elections and make Congress not of the people but a creature of whatever men the Federal officials may choose to count in This is tho record that confronts the peo ple Longpractise in hypocrisy has enabled the Republican leaders to disguise their par tisanship with patriotic language but their appeal after all is one to cupidity and sel Frightened by the disapproval which their headstrong and revolutionary course has aroused iii their own party they are endeavoringjto bolster up their shaky position by appeals to sectionalismand party pride If our institutions are to be preserved pure and iutact every patriotic citizen mustdo bis duty in rebuking this grasping and tyrannical political oligar After discussing the tariff so far as it re lates to the interests of the the Governor But not only has the Republican Congress stooped to a sharper trick to hoodwink tho farmer in the matter of tariffs oh his products but it has made hla living oven more expensive than it bus hitherto been Ilia woolens per cent more duty while tho rich mans broadcloth pays a duty of 10 per oentinore The duty on sealskin sacquos Is reduced 30 per while that on silk plush which the poor woman wears is increased GO per cent The duty on finds agriculture depressed by reason ibe restrictions our Government imposes upon tb ecommerce of other nations Europe is buying more and more of her from Ru sla India ancl Egypt It suggests tho removal of all unnecessary barriers to commercial intercourse and recommends the free admission of raw material used in manufactures It wil1 impose no higher duties than are to moot foreign competition on articles we produce It wiii encourage that international trade which will keep our farmers and mills busy to supply foreiirn wants thereby giv ing steady employment to the laborer Increasing because of the in creased dtimand for labor bringing hundreds of millions of wealth into the country and promoting that general happi ness and prosperity to which the nature of our population and our resources entitles us Reverting once more to the McKinley bill the speaker asked what would become of us if Europe should rctiiljare by checking her imports of bread stuffs cotton oil and pro visions from the United Stales AVe sent abroad last year OOOworth of goods and threefourths of them were agricultural products What could recompense the country for the loss of tills vast market What could all eviate the distress among all clusses of 1 i Well might Elaine say that the McKin ley bill wout open a new market for a sin gle bushel of wheat or a barrel of pork ought to feel grateful If not deprive us of what markets we In conclusion Governor Mil spoke of the ontesfc In this Congressional District urging every Democrat to vote for Warwick the Democratic candidate For IMcKfnJey personally he said be had the highest respect but there never had boen a partisan against the Democratic which McKiniey had not supported besides being instrumeiital in forcing upon the country a tariff measure properly be designated as sum of all MOTES FROM THE CAPITAL A Mental Moral and Physical Ex amination of Array Officers THE U P SHAKJEMTP PROMOTIONS TO BE AGCELERATEO South Dakotas Population An of the Steam Vessel can Locomotives in The PuyaJiup Com BLESSINGS OF PROTECTION in ROYAL MATOHAIAKINO Princess Victoria and Prince Aclol pirns to Botrotlmls LONIJON Oct TRiniiNS I Ms San Francisco Chroniclt wod dinfj of Princess Victoria of Prince Adolphus of SohnuinlwixLlppe will taUo puico in Hurllu on Thursday Novornbor in tho private chapel royal of the iMihlosn Tho Pritioo and Princess of Wales Ma fhiko and Duohess of ConwuiK Inuoo and Priticoss Christina who havu al ready arrived in Hcdln whore they nro tho sfiuMs of Empress Frederick will bo at tho curoinony Tho Russian Imperial futility will represented by the Grand Jnku and Qrattd Duchoss aaid of tho Royal family of Groeoo by the Duke and Duchess of Snnrtii Kmperor WlHiuiii Is ar raiiKlnK n program rru of wedding Coirs whioh ure to be on u of extraordinary A Shot for tho Czar PARIS Oct Even went has ad vloos Petersburg stating as the train In which the Czar was traveling returning to St Petersburg from a hunting trip in Poland a shot was fired at the train at Grodno How America Will Suffer VTRNNA Oct proposal has boon submitted to the lower Austrian Diet to in crease tho duty on American weavers spools In retaliation for the McKinleylaw THE FIEfiGE ATLANTIC GALES A OF STORMTOSSED tIKEKS The MlneoOaV Terrible Ar Sprees Tedious P Tho nowlyrnarrlod couplo arc to pass Thuir honeymoon nt Potsdam and in January will tnkw up thoir residence at Bonn Tho Gorman papers have boon announcing that Prlnco Ferdinand of llohenzolhrn heir presumptive to the Crown of Kou is marry Princess Victoria of Wales and that Princess Maud to be be trothed to the Dukoof Augusttmburg only brother of thy German Kinporors who IK a nopliow of Friiuo Christian a grand nephew 01 tho Quuttn through mother Princoiis Acialaide of HuhenlohoLaugfuiburg Prince Ferdinand is marry an Austrian Archduchess if curtain religious difficulties can bo overcome and if tho b urg family statute can boovercome and if tho Kapsburg Tumliy statutes will not permit this ho will sook u bride in Bavaria in Vienna that tho heredl iUry Prlnto of AVuiftcclc brother of the Duchess of and Prince Maxi milian Baden heir presump tivi of the prutul Puko will seek inKiighiud A Bloodless Duel duel Paul do Bou lode uhl Belaach inuring out of the NKW YOUK San Clirenicla fleet of stormtossed vessels is overdue at tbh port und the galo of Friday last has caught several of tho liners Tho National Line stormier about Which so much was felt was sighted this afternoon off Sandy Hook Among those excited over the Francos dolay wore tho proprietors of the spectacular drama Claudius which was to hiive boen nt Niblos last evening Some of tho chief attractions of tho spectacular are aboardipf tha delayed ship They are the six The are in big ironcages Some floubts as to their ability to withstand the terrors of such a stormas that of The France is in com mand of Captain Hartley a skilled and ex perienced seaman and the National Line people had the utmostconfidence in his ability to pull through any storm She had no passengers One of the stormtossod steamers mado port today in a battered condition It was the steamship rails were ail torn away one big lifeboat on the starboard side was smashed and several other wore sadly battered Her decks were swopi of fixtures and left DundeeOctober 5th Sho had only three passengers Crossing the banks the steamer was enveloped in an almost impenetrable mist got In the tiack of the storm October ISth it resembled a cyclonic storm more than uiyfching else For more than eighteen hours the sturhi continued and the nionstor waves wcroso terrifying to the officers and crow that they rushed to the bridge deck Puihig the night of the storm the Alineola jras several on lior beani ends f Tho Lloyd steamer Spree from urrlveclr after a somewhat tedious wjisdo talncd in the1 channol by fog and wus obliged to run at a wards and clear the ocoan very severe westerly gales i with bigU seas She waa soyorui about owltig to trouble air pumps which worsted shawls which the farmers wife is raised from 02 to 80 per cent and on woolen shawls thb1 increase varies from 16 per cent to 30 0u womens and childrens cheap dress goods the in crease is much less For his flannols the consumer an increase of at least 50 per cent in duty On rendynuule cloth ing tho increased taxation is from 54 per cent to The Governor mentioned several other articles and added that on milk pans tin pails tin cans kettles cups and other articles of tinware the people are to hetaxed for three years in order that a few manufacturers may experiment with tho tin plate industry If you think this is a partisan statement read what a member of Harrisons Cabinet says about it In a recent advertisement Tinware is advancing in cost and very soon tho TOiiiiufnctiirors will have theirway and you and 1 vvill to pay very much more In view of this state of imido some time smco iijliugc purchnso of kitchen at what was a low price then iviid would be Tut lower now in the race of two Jidvancas hv the rankers price WANAJIAKEU Tho effect all over the country of such legislation has been to increase the prices o dry goodsand other household necessities Not all of this increase is perhaps justifiable but sharp merchants have been1 quick to take advantage of tha opportunity which McKinley offered them and the poor con sumor is the victim justly or not The McKinley bill has defined sharply the issue upon which the two parties are di vided In Its enactment the Republican party has demonstrated more clearly ever that the sympathies of its leaders are not with the great mass of the but with certain favored classes The doctrine which the party now supports is one it would have repudiated ten years ago and which some of its great Blaine are evidently desiring to remidlate now At a time when our industries are languish ing for lack of markets and our agricul tural products are finding competition in foreign markets wo shrink within ourselves and declare a of nonintercourse with other nations The come wiicn the demands of manufacturers and producers are for wider markets markets not limited to the borders of pur own country or our own continent but as wide as tlie world purforeign trade last year was valued at luinelrnd million we anord to ize that immensesource of nafcional woaiib by erecting IdgisliaIvobaniers to cpmmerce I want to see the Ainericaa people busy siip the markets of tho world food and clothingrJ want tn see Americjin ships caarylng our produce over every sea I want to sec the weal and Aisiivand Canada and South America come into couutryto Increase the wages qf every la borer and enrich every cl t I do Speaker Reed Makes a Speech Cannons CHAMPAIGN Reed spoke introduced by Coritrress Tiiun Cannon Mr Reed spoke at on the tariff andelection questions and the work of tho present part The farmer less mer chant is a beneficiary of protection for the system that keeps American ancl creates markets for all Agricultural products must enhance prices to the tillers of the soil the tlib toiler inthe mills Of what use is it he everything be cheap if1 a man bus not got a dollar Do not be about the rise of prices If prices go up as a re sult of the general prosperity the people will have money fo pay The Demo cratic papers that declared editorially prices wore going contain ments of merchants next pase which say that they aresU 11 selling goods at the old prices at fche Mr Reed also spoke Wiefly at BioomIng ton this evening GUM RIPE FOR REYOLUJiflW BLUNDERS AT A COJVOtEKClAJL CRISIS WASHINGTON Oct Dispatch Chronicle Sec of War Is now preparing to carry into eilect a recent act of Congress which has caused a great deal of commotion in the army This act provides for an examination into tho mental moral physical and mili tary qualification of officers who are in the line of promotion As the Secretary is not a military man himsoif it is probable that he will appoint a board of ollicers of high rank to decide upon the details of the ex aminations and tho requirements necessary for promotion It is buJiemi that there will be throe permanent boards of examination to tueot in Washington Chicago and San Frnucisco twice or tit roc times a year for the examination of such otticcrs of each grade as arc likely to receive promotion has boen discussed within the year The purpose of the act of Congross is to eliminate from tho oilicors wbo are morally or physically dis inaiiiiod for the service so that promotions may go on fastor than is the case at present LOCOMOTIVES IN WASHINGTON Oct 21 Associated States Oousul Gillman at Jerusalem reports to the Department of State that three American locomotives made in Philadelphia and intended for the new railway from Jerusalem to JaiTa hitvp arrived The Consul says it must be to know tliat motives ever used in this ancient land were made in the New World TUB LYONS INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION The Department of State is officially noti fied that exhibition will be held atLyous Pritncu In which the departments of silk and electricity will be open to exhibitors from all A cor dial invitation is extended to American ex hibitors SOUTH DAKOTAS POPULATION The Census Bureau today announced the population of tho State of South Dakota as anincreasG of or per cent Several Appointments Mr Barr to Bo Provided For OMAHA Oct to TRTR J M Barr has not left the employ of the Union Pacific after all It is somioflicially announced that bo will bo given another position of just as much importance as tho one vacated by fclrcu Mr Barr hasbeon offered ind will probably accept the position of superintendent of tho Pacific Division of tho Union Pacific embracing tho Old Oregon Railway Navigation Companys rail and water lines and forming one of tho largost and most important of tho Union Pacific di visions Mr Barr is now in the West making an examination of the division Circulars have been issued announcing tho following Union Pacific appointments B Campbell assistant general traffic manager D G Woodward general freight agent F S Miller assistant general freight agent with offices iu Portland Oregon R D FowJer has boen appointed acting assistant superintendent of the Wyoming Division of tho Union Pacific with head quarters at Green River Wyoming in place of Mr G Billiard resigned havo been sent out and pretty well circulated all along the line tbt Presi dent Adams of the Union Pacific is about to ask for tho resignation of Superintendent signie of the Mountain division absolutely no foundation what ever for tbe circulation of such a said VicePresident Holuomb today No such a change has beea contemplated nor PKICE FIVE CE3TTS THE SEW ORLEANS MAFIA TwentySine Mnrders Traced to thi Italian Assassins THE PINKERTQNS TAKE THE CASE A labeled Missouri Jtidjfe Shoots an A Jilted Illinois Girl an ArtistDaring Safe A Koted Counterfeiter Dead NEW ORLIASTS Oct Dis Francisco Chronicle Series ONE OF THIS31 LEFT Another Member of the Suicide Club The Rositlonts of All ClaBnes Demand form procity With United States NEW YORK Oct Dispatch Francisco Chronicle will require but a dropped among the pat riotic people of Cuba to kindle a fire of rev olution which will wrest tho Queen of the Antilles from the mother said a gentleman from Havana ing the Cuban dslandr in the throes of a commercial crisis which may spread into a revolution involvingall classes before it is quieted For the eight years the financial missteps of Spain have disastrously affected the industries of the sland until ruin and starvation threaten the inhabitants They are now engaged jn idopting measures to free the colony from tho burdens which oppress them Thehope less condition of the tradesinen throiighout the island has impelled them start a movement which contemplates theforma tion of a league designed to protect thoiriri teresfo and the greatest importance is at tached to the venture The impending shadow of social commercialdecotnpo sltion is caused by the offensive ahd short sighted legislation of Spain which tlie Cu bans cJaijij is fir behhul the enlightened spirit of the tige They demandUhe most stringent reform In the political and ad tniuistnitivo corruption tbat has grown with the growth of the colony and increased from year to The Board of Planters a powerful or ganization hold a meeting at Havana a week ago to consider the situation of the industries of the island about all the wealthiest owners of plantations were In attendance together with many prominent merchants and manufacturers In the discussion of the grievances of the people it was shown that dissatisfaction exists among the liberal Creoles and native but extends into tho ranks of the Spanish residents as well It was stated that politicians hi Madrid worry over the state of affairs in adopt no suitable remedy for the evils which long existed on the Island Mllesolutions were adopted declaringjt to be the senseqf meeting thata petition to the Minister of Colonies at Mad plainly Stating that Cuba favors reci procity with United States an abatement of the Cuban budgetjdemanVJs a suspension of the con version of Cuban bonds and a re vocationof the law of mercantile JudgeDrake of this city Judge Lenked of Kentucky and Judge Cuuiback of Indi ana comprising the Puyallup Indian Ooni misslon had a final conference with the Secretary of tho Interior today and re ceived The Commission willat once proceed to Tacoma and enter upon tlteir duties STEAMBOAT INSPECTION BEPOIIT Tlio annual of InspectorGeneral Dumoutof the Steamboat Inspectlpn Ser vice shows Total number of vessels in spected during the year 7885 total net tonnage ot vessels to tal number of officers licensed tbe year there were thirtyfour accidents resulting in the Joss of 245 lives a decrease of 50 compared with tho preced ing accidents fourteen resulted collisions and 102 of the lives lost were by drowning Of xhe number of lives lost sixtyfive Trere ard 180 officers or persons em ployed on the Fully live hundred million passengers were carried on steam ships during tbe fiscal year Tbe report shows a saving ir the expenses of the for eign steamboat inspection service resulting discontinuance of tho offices for such inspection at Philadelphia New Orleans and Sun Francisco and General Dumont sug gests an abolition of the foreign inspection service NELSON LOWERS HIS RECORD Oct Francisco Chronicle Daniel Co well said to have been u mem ber of the alleged Suicide Club of Bridge port which has attained some notoriety in recent years committed suicide on Friday niglit by talcing prussio acid in Christopher Knoedlers State street saloon Cowell has been on a spree for several days He was a photographer of ability and the poison was procured by him from the stock of the last shop in which he worked cyanido of potassium or prussio acid one of the deadli est of poisons being used extensively in photography Ho procured a glass of water from Saloonkeoper Knoedler and empty ing thfi poison into tho water took It off at a ho stagccrcd Into the street and dropped on tho sidewalk dying before an ambulance could arrive Coweil is said to have been the last member but one of the alleged Suicide Club GOD BLESS THE RICH EXEMPTION FROM TAXATION A PRE ROGATIVE OF WEALTH The Small Property of York Pay Their Taxes Wit lie the Groat Magnates Itazzle Dazzle tho Collector He Goes theMile in Yes terdays Races v CAMBRIDGE CITY Oct Tho lion Nelsonlowered his record today mak relations with The day was bright and track fast Nel son will be speeded tomorrow in au at tempt to break todays record 21 Two furlongs second One Dime third Time Six furlongs heat Josie M won Daniel second Wary third Time iitli Josic M won Wary second third 17 Mile sorcnty Laborer won Eugenia second Jubilee third Time Mile and a Fayette Ca tal pa second Banchiet third Time and S half furlo Response won Laura Agnes second Modjeska third Time Five and a half furlongs Mile Young won Ton Mackin second Ed Leonard third Time Oct Opening day of the Washington Jockey Club fall meeting at BenninKS Five1 Mabel won Bally Hob second Lawljenderthird Time v Three furlongs Leontlne won Cor third Time Five furlongs Oerebus won Mirth second Aderer Time 1 NKWYORK Oct Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Scries In vestigations bf tbe Fassett Commlttoe havo brought to light the manner in which men evade taxes Tax Commissioner Coleman resumed the stand yesterday and gave some interesting information Tho records showed Mr Coleman said that the person alty of the Moses Taylor estate was It was not liable to taxation The executors pay personal tax on In the case ofthe late William H Vander bilt the personal estate was between and Mr Vanderbilt himself in his lifetime had paid on personalty After his death Chauncey M Depewobjected to taxation anywhere near tho actual value of the personalty He said that if the Commissioners should press tho Vanderbiltsuuduly the property would be so invested in exempt securities as to be un taxable and so it was arranged that tbe personalty should be taxed as Three of the members of the Vanderbilt family individually paid personal taxes in the aggregate on of personal prop erty over and above tho tax on the Vander bilt estate Tbe Vandcrbilts altogether paid personal taxes on about about onethirteenth all the personal taxes collected in the city Jay Gould Mr Coleman said pays per sonal taxes on The executors of his wifes estate pay on George J Gould pays on Many rich persons had two or more places of residence and so escaped paying personal tax in the city People with houses in Newport often avoided tax The rich were generally able to avoid tax while tho smaller property owners paid either because they could not avoid it or had not learned Pinkertons ure to manage the Hennossv as assination investigation Tho request made yesterday and W A Pinkorton tele graphed that ho would como down at onoa and tako personal charge of the case and try to bring the murdurors of his old friend to justice Mr 11 ennessys partner today ordered his secretary to got at tho papers which he had in tho vendettamatter and tfulch are thought to havo been tho cause of his death For tho last four mouths be had been making inquiries in Italy from the po lice authorities and tho United States con suls there coucerning of tho ous Italians now living in and who are supposed to havo left their hcmea from fear of punishment Nobody bad road those papers except Hennossy but they are believed to be important as killed hira to prevent him giving testimony The ponce continue their They believe that they have captured in Carlo Trabiuaone of tho murderers Ho ro sided on the Suruy phnuation some thirty miles from New Orleans He came to the city the night of the mxirdor and loft the next morning Be was very excited and was found to havo a wound on his hand He has been identified by a negro woman having boon seen in tbe Immediate neighbor hood of the killing Tony Mataango and Caruro wore arrested today They are both cripples having lost their logs in tho ProvenzanoMatrango vendetta They were arrested two dayi ago but released after a losg talk frith tho Mayor An investigation of tho Police Court rec ord shows that in tho last twentynine murdevs or assassinations have here attributed by tho police to the vendetta or the maiia In only one case was thomurderer sentenced and in that it is very doubtful whether it was moro than an ordinary killing In nhio other cases the police had somo evidence cf the killing but couldconvict none of tho crimi nals In the other nineteen uo evidence whatever of who the asaastins wove tho dead bodies being found In their street or dwellingwithout tho slightest clue to the murderer In three cases thoro no ovJdenca even of who tho murdered man was except tbat ho was an Italian Thesteamer about which there excitement has 1083 Sicilian immigrants aboard iusteadbf 800 Sho has uot been heard from yet and can not arrive before Wednesday An effortwill bo made to send all or a part of tho immigration back to Sicily under the immigration iuwo ARTIST SHOT DOWN AN ELECTRIC THE The CONFERENCE not expect to behold with the system v We have a position the take ud vantage Shall we encourage barter wi tli ol her nations or New Combine to the United League YORK Oct Brotherhoodof Baseball Players drew up a compwinication Players League cbnfiv dence in whatever body1 might The League at a noon Johnson of mittee on represtsntatijeies hadi been held but or body a wish order v report Belle DOr won Bellwood second Tanner Lep Christy won McLansie second Elephin third Time AN OGDEN STREETCAR CHANGE The Cpnipaay Take j Posseission pi the Property OGDEN 23 to the Kail way passed into the hands of visCon klin Mortgage Trustij Company That com mortgage bonds as the property handled f avor interest of securities the JarvisConklin were announced pu electric system on tracks at anv early and J i t e the eoufereuccif y they deehi GiTv oir rHlobfthe Tprrjtbc raiirpiid f rotu San ta the organ of to th e of ippean tbei Heielldn system The DeaitiV Record pi He 5vas V op r u vNoSvv City JulyJ 5 S4 6 ork cf connected Tbe Yea and Nay Vote MaygBe Reg istered by Electricity WASHINGTOX Oct Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle New member of Congress has patented a machine which if adopted will compel the to use some other method than rollcall to kill time in the House of Representatives It is based upona prin ciple that has often been bat his been tried and provides for a device like a hotel annunciator to be placed upon of the tally clerk and connected by wirewith all the desks uponthe floor Inside of each desk in a little chamber to which only tliemember holding the seat shall have a key are placed two keys oneof which hewill use if he wants to in the aSirniatiye and the other if he wants to vote In the negative Whfin the S pea Ker puts the question every member of the Housewill touch his key and In an instanttherecord vote will the aununciatorat the clerks desk and the latter will be to make his count in less tfiari five minutesl As it Is now it minutes to call the roll of of tliii device would save a but it can adopted by a vote of the House and it is not that will pcrtuif any such He Jilted an Illinois Girl Who At tempted His Murder CHICAGO Oct San Francisco Chronicle Is not tbe fault of Florence Tyler of Butler that Eugene F Mease was not murdered by her hand Miss Tyler into Meases room this evening and shot Men down The most sensatioinil feature of the shooting la tho fact that Mease was married last Satur day to Miss Tessle Raymond and the young couple had just started housekeeping Tbe cause or the shooting according to the statement made by MJss Tyler was re venge Mease had formerly been engaged to her and they were to married last New Years day He put off the wod diug however and finally marriad Mlw Baymond He was one earliest mem bers and promoters ot the Society of iAtnori can Painters in Water Colors and was cessfnl himself in this art 1K72 ho went abroad andexhibitedhis works at tho Royal Academy and elsewhere He both wrote and for the London News and Graphic Ic Mondo II Iwitre Sinca his return bo himself principally to figure painting bin bust worJcrmvInK tjecn in representation ot the suniiy tide of streetboy life i SUCCESSFUL SAFE The Watchman Bound and and P2OOO Taken Oct Francisco Chronicle A most darjntf robbery was committed early this morning when tbe officeof Wesley Company entered The watchman John Dcvers was gagged bound hand and toot the safe blown open and papers taken This morning when Mr ley readied the oillce be found lying prostrate on the floor bound hand and and almost dead in his offortr to releaw himself An aUrm was given and the copper wire used to fasten ami feet was iemoved It had been tightly wrapped about his and as to cut deep into the ugly wounds A largo red handkerchief served as u gag Mr Wesley examined the safe and discor errd ills loss Herald There as to who committed the and but little can of the subject Doyers is beard from saying that I have taoutmost i him and in advance of his statement I will V assert that it is the work cf A LAWLESS JUDGJB He Conditioitt of Crpiv Review llTsay this week tioDlof tbe estipiates furnished by its corwhere the the factthat the corn The crop asjd Wis consin is last year and in Min nesota and Dakotaalmost A 1 accid h a p pened b ere th is afternoon oldtimer Jell off pt a wbile gathering y ears olliind it is feared the f all iwill provei Seeks Sbootinf s at KAKSAfiCixr Oct Dispatch n F7anc5sco Chronicle ago a here weekly scandalouti v chariws against ofitlJMJii as the piper reached Judge was caused warrants Co criminal hearirig ination Jteni from   

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