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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING ALL THE OTHER CITY COMBINED THE MOST EXTENSIVE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIDI ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGON VOL XXXI O SALT LAKE CITT UTAH SATURDAY OCTOBER 25 1890 PRICE FIVE CEXTS TBEIEABUE OUT OF FOrios A Concerted Plan to Bankrupt the Irish Nationalists WANTS MORE I8FORUATION He Will Visit the Famine Dillon mirl OHrinn Sail ToDfiy Tho IoJIsh Shot Down Oct Dispatch San l1ranfisco Scries and from Hubiin pubihhfd in the paporHnUroMntlh Irish National as more dosrly prcsnud for money has IIMII Tho special fol iakn in tho churehfH will not more thin difray Mm ordinary oxpdiisrH of the KOW buliiK largely In owing ihv iiiimcrous recent and It IM nsirted by Tiniitlhv IliirringtiMi and thai the aellvity of I he indldriK ai this juncturr In pursuuruo of i phui to embarrass tho Leauiiu at a time when it lo be stralght ied for fumU hy throwing upon it for sup KHI a niuih fargJir tniinlwr of evicted Tin nuiiihtir to te HiipporUd has of lute while MMfunds the closest ifonorny of ad iiflniitlcdly hardly ment ox Should tliis continue IIis said iigeiinriil which tiie Government at any favorable would find tho Home Ituie party disabled In advanenor oncoantor T11 Alt Y JTJSTICK THKIR SHUT OFF The Furnaces Mast Use Coal Aijiun PiTTSiicun Oct sensation was crc atftd in Iron and stftftl circles by the an nouncement tho Philadolphia Gas Company had decided to discontinue sup plying natural gas to puddling furnaces for fuel There are a thousand puddling fur in the city and over half of them will bo shut off as a result of the order This will ho a heavy added cost owing to the higher price of coal as most ot tho companies had contracts with the gas people at a very low rate The gas people olnlm the move Is not made on account of any scarcity in gas but because It can bo 11 sod to much greater advantage in pri vate and at much higher rates Thn estimated daily consumption of nat gas In tho cly now JH live hundred million cubic feet a day equal to twenty five thousand tons of coal The shutting oil of gas from tho furnaces will give fin almost I mi impetus to the coal min ing industry 1113 THSCOUiVTED DEATH A Conspiracy to DciVaud Ijifo In surance Companies Nrcw Yonic Oct The Chrnntfilc an In Bunmco Journal in Its current Issue gives the details of aeonsplraey it ban been work on for some time the Intent being to do fraud life Insurance companies Certain persons n New York have been engaged in insuring the lives of a number of men of dissolute habits for moderate amounts the policies till being made payable in a manner that would allow the conspirator to reap tho profits His was to tako these men pm them under a course of training untlil they In good physical condition ami theii Insure tTiem The men would be paid and S7f and the Chronicle says within tho year some of them have died and the policies have been paid by the com panies lrtetimen to Prosecuted lor Afi Raultiiic tho Police Oct have hccii served upon Harrison a member of tho House of Commons Michael OBrien Dai ton and a number of others on a charge of asHiniltinK tlm police ut tho tlmo of open In tho oonsplnioy trial Tho trial on this will take place before but a preliminary IieoTiriK will be held be fore an ordinary court of petty sessions The action f tho crown In transferring Uu case from flic Magistrates Court from whirl tho summonses originally issued to Ihu causeil renewed excitement Fattier Humptireys one of the dofondatits in the case and who was yester dav sentenced topay a Hue of i20 or stand committed six months for a policemans wife made application for a summons afffilnst Tiie magistrates refused to issue te summons GIU3AT HAVOC KKPOKTKD ON THK ATLANTfC COAST Alonjr the Shore WiiBhod by tho Ocean Mtoainor Steam Vnuht MAKKS A TO UK Ho WniiLfl to Know if Thorn Tlcnlly is n Puinlno Ohief Secre inrv for frelnnd has started on n tour throujth the western eoiiniies In which tho MlhuKd famine prevails In consoquencopf the fnllurn of tiie potato crop to make a prrmMiiii as to the truth of tho Italfour will also ascertain tho most suit able mule for a railway from Coluonoy to CiiirtMiiorris or from KaliiMjhadeimTi to wltli a view to luiildlnK ll line to Kivn emidoynient to tho needy If tho situa tion demands A of d atdalwiiy prcpartd to rocelvr lialfour flictus for OKrlon and otlicr Nationalist haulers Halfoiir Ixnn warned however mid left the train at Alhione where lie took a car to Oastlorea Ho will not tfo to On his car journoy Haltour alighted to examineseveral lields of pitatoes and con versed freely with tiio tenants ou tlieir oon dillou and prospects Tho Struggle of the Soanion LONHON Uct Seerolary of tho National Stjamons Pnion says ho pocts a stnitftflo between the shlpnwnors nud the union will commeuoo next woek Tho keepers f sailors boardinghouses are jusslstlns the shipowners by prevailing upon numbers of men to desert tho union In accordruico with tho ro contly mado between tho Allan Stenmsiilp Company and thedockmen in thoir employ in Condon all In dispute them referred to juoltrfttlon for suttle niout Tho arbitrators have Riven a decis ion but tho men refused to bo bound by It ami have pone on a strike Tho com pany lias iiulllied the union to which the tueii bislooji that It will U hold for any damage tho company may sustain through tho refusal of tho men to accept tho award of tho arbitrators A crisis between shipowners and employees is approaching The French BmlffOt AttackorL 1AKtS Oct tho Chamber today Bishop Treupel mado i sovoro upon tho budget Ho advocawd a reduction of rho stall of the iivilsorvice and rotroncnmen in the estimate ior Ho approved tho bis Saharan railway project but urpod that tho construction he loft to private en rerpriso Tho bwiitot bo said tho financial condition of rrunee espocliUly brcauso it had become a weapon nHHiust religion Souscran dnctarod tho Budget was fall ure an expoclient to avoid rtjal reform I I Dillon ftiui OBrien Lcavo Paris I IAitis and ac oumpaniofl by Mrs OHrion loavo Paris nltrht by special stoamer for Havre whtro j thoy will embark tomorrow morninp on tho I steamer for Now York Cct sureties of Dillon and OKrlon sent a teieram to the j latter wishing them God speed and saying I that xhcy are proud to boar tho rospourii biltty for thoir exploit YORK Oct York was pelted lust night and today with ono of tho most pltilosH storrns hus endured in many K day A fiefoe northeasterly gale drove a heavy rain in almost he sheets ren dering umbrellas of little use and thtfwlnd throughout the night rattled signs and shut tern till unbroken sleep became wellnigh impossible This morning stories of damage along the ooast to oomo in but it feared the worst will not be known until tomorrow A long tho New Jersey const tho wires aro reported down and several vessels are while others have been driven fuom their course Very high titles resulted from the slorrn Severn I wore cap oT Long Branch but Its occupants wore rescued Tho main wires that are strung between Ihln city and Sandy Hook parted midnight and today tho members ot tho had to depend upon a single from quarantine ON THE JKUS13Y CO Anottjcr War in Africa Pultun of Wltu rotusod to snrnndrr to or iitlurd mirths fur thu rocunt mnssaore On Uu contrary ho Isactively prfpurlng Hundreds of natives from tin surrounding tribes iro adhering to his standard Fighting is inevitable Polos Shot Down party of MO Poles to reimn Prussian territory todiy with the intention of emigrating to wuro fired upon by vho Russian frontier guard whoso order to return had disobeyed by tho Poles Six mtui two women and n child wore killed NutaliO Wants i Snttleineiit KKLfrKADK Oct Natalie hasinformed tho Servian failing In an immediate ro gjtrdlngthc personal relations between her self and her son King Alexander she will appeal to tho Skupshtiiii for satisfaction The Popes Wise Policy UOMR Oct Pope has Instructed the French Bishops to avoid coiitUct with the French CfOvermuont Insured His IiTe and Suicided Oct morning A K Btinoroft atone time Sherlfl1 shot himself through the heart Yesterday took out iwo uccitilent poliuieH on bU liCo for 9 good for hours Havoc Wrought Ry the Storm at Moiitnonth and Scnbrisjht AsntiuY PARK N Oct Now coast towns aro receiving their full share of tho severe northeasterly storms Thn damage done lo shore towns from Sandy Hook to larnoot In let by tho storm and heavy tidos will amount to thousands of dollars Tho most severe damage done at Mon mouth beach Tho sea cut a largo gap Into the bin IT and maclo a olean sweep across the drlvewny thirty feet wide At Seabright tho waves dashed up over tho breakwater and Into tho basomontof the hotel All along Shrewsbury river on tho oilier side tho drivowny tho high tide has wrought sad hiivoo Everything In roach was swept away Boat houses summer houses stables could all be seen either adrift or standing In from eight to ton feet of water Tho New lorsoy Southern road is washed out so that irallle is suspended A Stetim Yucht Goes Down LOCUST L 1 Oct Momnis largu steam yacht hound from Newport U for Now York with her and a erew of sixty men on hoard ran on a rouk ouo hundred yards from Polut L L at this moiiilng and tho vessel filled rapidly and sank Morgan and all others aboard reached Matinocock Point safely Morgans fortyfoot ynoht which wns In tow of the Katrina with three sailors on board was cut adrift and nothing is yet heard from her The accident was due to tho heavy A Fnfions iNorensttM1 BOSTON Oct most violent north east storm prevailed in this vicinity nil day At Revere Beaoh tho wind and high tide clayed havoc Tbo House wan lifted from its foundation and sotUod deep iu iho sand Many other buildings wero partially wrecked Several small vessels wure driven ashore but no fatalities are yet reported Along the south shore tho is reported the since 1333 and soems increasing in fury tonight An Steamer Aslioro NKW YOHK Oct dispatch from Tar liotikaway tonight says a largo ocean steamship is ashore beyond Long Beach Tiie suwmlonf is reported to be a foilr mifstud vessel and it is thought she may bo from Rotterdam which was expected yesterday THE WRECK WAS COMPLETE Many Persons Injured in a Santa Fc Accident TorEKA Oct Denver vestibule train on the Santa Fu which left hero this afternoon was derailed while going arounu a sharp curve at n high rate of speed near Wiuikestis Thrjenginu was turned bottom up tho express atul baggtigo toppled over on thootlsor side two day coaches were turned Crosswise the track while a obair oar slooper and tourist car fell over on their sides completing almost a total Wreck of the train No ono was killed but tunny wore injured Up to a late hour no deaths have occurred but so mo of the in jured are Iu a critical condition The In jured are F Jones and Uurry Stone mail agents Airs Ellen Now Vork F Turry express messen ger TV J Johnston baggage master Hank Ltndsey Topekii Wattle OConnoll Chicago Mrs Or Boaslee Tellurido E M iietisloe Mrs George Turley Mrs J MoFarlaud Ohio S Sylvester Milton C F Farmiugton Lisbon J J Uuokley Brademan Elizabeth Bab bett Oakland Mrs W S McClure Kansas City F A Fair AlbiMjiuuque N G E liepisy Denver Solon K Rose Albuquerque Oarl E Aspen Col A Colter Colorado Mrs J White Oakland Cal Rescued Frosn the Excelsior Waterproof Companys building was gutted by tiro this afternoon Thirty women and girls on tUti Ihird floor were em oil fioiii tijf siuirwuy weru tuken from tiio by iiroiutn on ludderiii Nouewere Loiis THE PRIESTS IN POLITICS the Omalia SHALL THE CHURCH RULE THE STATE The Election of a Liberal Delegate Means the of the ate Duhois in the Connecticut Campaign the Governor as ho passed through On ar rival here a large crowd met him and es corted him to tbo hotel where a reception was held lasting three hours during which prominent Democrats of the State paid thoir respects The Governor spoke in the Opera n r i r House tonight to an audience only limited The Utah Issue Clearly Delinea tfy by the dWcity of the dwciimg n the i tariff and other issues of the campaign BRAZIL WILL PROSPER An Enthusiastic Citizen Says It Will Become a Great Nation CHICAGO Oct Dispatch San Francisco Chronicte Series of the arrivals today was Souor Nabor Jordac of Rio do Janeiro Brazil There is great ac tivity in industry throughout Brazil says Seiior Jordac The new form of Re publican government has started it I hon estly believe a Republican form of govern ment will make Brazil as great a country in a few years as the United States Tbe now Republic is popular We have already elected delegates to a convention to adopt tbo proposed constitution This constitu tion will be largely patterned after that of the United States Our legislative branch of the Government will consist of a Senate and a House of Deputies iho latter to be elected every four years There is a senti ment in the Republic for making tbe Presi dential term eight Instead of four According to Seuor Jordac Brazil wants reciprocity with tbe United States A new company known as the Union of Industry lias just beeu formed Its purpose is to j manufacture everything known to the trade i from a steam laundry outfit to paper mill j machinery Tho company will branch out la various cities of the new Republic MORGANS TREASURE ISLAND NiGKEL GOES SKYWARD ie B ivv Department Will Take a Million Dollars EFFECT OF THE RECENT TESTS OMAHA Oct to Tnru Bee tomorrow morning will say Utah yet remains an isolated province in the midst of our large American life The absorbing National questions which agitato the rest of tiie country do not concern her The present contest is carried on amidst great excitement but there Is no talk of Re publicans and Democrats The battle is between the Liberals and tho Saints The Libonijl candidate for Delegate In Congress is oditor of TUB LAKH Tiuu UNK It Is a very appropriate nomination He has fought tho battles of the Gentiles for a great many years Before his aggressive and persistent attacks the Mormon initiui ties have fallen back slowly sullenly but surely Ills election to the highest otHoe in Utahs girt would have a meaning not to bo misunderstood either at home or abroad It would mean that the political power of the Mormons in Utah had fallen and that noth ing remained to bar the progress of that rich Territory toward the splendid development that for years has awaited the removal of the blot on nor shield Judgo Goodwin makes tho issuo in tbo present campaign perfectly clear Polyg amy has been removed but Cannon the Premier of the Church still insists on tho solidby of tho Mormon vote By tliat attitude he confesses the Mormon Church still has objects to attain in politics it still has an interest in wielding as a solid whole tho votes of Its followers and maintaining tho power of a private govern ment in the midst of a Government which no distinction ofrnco class or re ligious boliof Tho Liberals insist that the Mormons shall tako their Church out of pol itics bodily and leave thoir great following to mix with all other citizens in matters which only properly concern the welfare of Utah as a part of tho Republic of tho United States On this vital issno Judge Goodwin speaks editorially as follows It will go through enlightenment ofpeace or it will go through the barbarity of It is ior tho Mormon people themselves to aocide whether they will disenthrall themselves or whether thoy will terror over their chil dren through another generation Tho result of the election in Utah will bo awaifced with ranch interest but tho ulti mate outcome is not to be questioned Tho Mormon Church will sooner or later eomo down or up to tho platform of all other ro liglous denominations It will worship God according to tho dictates of its own con science but it will leave tho affairs of state In Utah as everywhere else to be managed by irrespective of church divisions And it will obey the sovereign Government of the REBD AT CHICAGO The Speaker Addresses to Tremen dous and Enthusiastic Meetings CUMCAOO Oct Rood reached hero this morning from Waterloo Iowa and was mot at tho depot by officials of tiie Union League Club who escorted him to the Grand Pacific Hotel where an Informal re ception was hold Tills afternoon the Speaker hold reception at tho Union League Club to the members of the Club and was afterwards banqueted there AcoQmmodntlons for tho largest political pathorlngs in Chicago had to be doubled to nighC to make room for tho throug who at tempted to hoar Speaker Reed Tho floors were locked at Battery D Armory fully in hour before the beginning of tho meeting and six thousand pooplo were then inside while hundreds were patiently waiting in tho Second Armory next door where an overflow meeting was held When several hundred members of the Union Veteran Association with banners Hying entered the hall as an escort to Keed remarkable enthusiasm was mani fested He was accompanied by Senators Farwoll and Cullom Congressmen Mason Adams and Buttorworth and ruany other wellknown gentlemen Mr Rood spoko at length on tho election question the McKinley bill and tho work of tho present Congress Contrasting tho two great parties ho said the Republican party achieves tho Democratic party linds fault Not having anything to do it follows that the Dem ocrats are not under the necessity of being consistent The plat form has the advantage over the Republi can in its method of that of simplicity They simply have to pass on what tho Republicans do and account for all the misfortunes of the world by means of tho acts of the Republican The Speaker further assorted that there is not a single thing tho Republican party has done that has not within two to five years the tacit or vocifer ous approval of Democracy In view of this thought we need not tremble for the future The Speaker also addressed the overflow meeting briofly DUBO1S IN CONNECTICUT He Will Give the Voters a Few Facts About Idaho D Oct to ExDelegate Dubois has been urgently requested by a number ol bis friends in Congress to help them out on their campaign but declined on the ground that ho wos greatly lu need of a rest He left today for Connecticut however on a pressing Invitation frorn Senator Piatt Platt is chairman of the Territorial Com mittee in the Senate and was a great friend of Idaho with Senator Collom in Idahos fight Mr Dubois graduated at Yale and has many friends in Connecti cut and as the Doniocrattc prosa of Con necticut Is abusing the Republican party in general and Senator Platt the admission of Duboia has gone up to help his friend out a little and tell the folks something about Idaho The Legislature to be elected in Connecticut eTects a Senator who will be Senator PJatt if the Legislature is Kepubli The Cnshingrs Boilers to Be Tested More Silver to Se Purchased This Will Return a Xotes Governor Hill at Wheeling WmsBtiiNO W T Ocu 24 Hill and party arnved In Wheeling this af ternoon On tho way from Mcussillon Ohio crowds thronged tho tuitions aud cheered A CAVJ3KS FUJX OF THIS UUCCA NJBERS BOOTY A York Jonah Preparing an Expe dition to Search for tho Iiratos Gold Jars tLllml With Doubloons Are Tlmro YORK Oct Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Robert Annett known among bis seafaring companions aod friends as a a man whose adventures would fill a dozen volumes whosebody bears marks of tigers claws and whose hair in one ulght turned from jot black to snowy white from fear arrived in this city from Baltimore today He is horofor the purpose of an other oxpendltion in search of tbe bidden treasure The treasure which be proposes to search for is supposed to have been hidden by pirates on the island of Santa Oafiilina in tho Carribean The island was formerly tbe headquarters of Captain Morgan tbe buccaneer and in about latitude D de grees north It is a mile in circumference mountainous and a network of caverns Ac cording to tradition Morgan who was a sanguinary pirate buried all litewealth on the island When finally he was captured by a British manofwar he offered to toll the location of his burled treasure if his life were spared But his olVer was spurned and when be was executed tbo secret died with him There are two men Captain Annett says who know all about the treasure One of these isJohn Curry of Kingston who found In Spanish doubloons He landed from a Spanish vessel in search oi food and water and accidentally discov ered the oave tie says there were nine earthen jars each as high as a man and filled to tbe top with Spanish doubloons II e took with him worth all bo could conveniently carry He went to Jamaica where be spent the fortune In five years When his treasure was exhausted he re turned thoisland and was arrested by the Indians of oldFort Providence and taken to whore he was Im prisoned The Spanish authorities tried to make bim tell where he got the money but be refused Then Mr British Consul at Asplnwall interfered in his behalf and ho was released For this favor Gurry toW tbe Consul of his discovery and showed bim some jewels ho had found on bis second visit boforo being As a result Compton sunk all his fortune In fitting up an exhibition to search for the and secured the services of a British manofwar to protect those making tbe search Curry was wlih the expedition but on reaching the island be refused to tell where the treasure was bidden claiming that howould get none of it when discovered Then the crow of the manofwar searched for weuks but could discover nothing Curry was threatened with lynching but be remained obdurate and finally Consul Comp ton in despair committed suicide by blow ing his brains out Annette has already lead one search party to tbe island In quest of the treasure whkib met with failure Itwas on the vaeht which reached tbe island ou November 24 1887 Permission was ob tained to visrc for the purpose of bunting but tbe real nature of the expedi tion having been discovered a Spanish manofwar was sent to investigate Tho Maria sailed away from one side of the island while the manofwar was approach ing tbe other Five days after leaving Belize the yacht leak when fifty miles from land The crew were rescued by the ship Arbela of Nova Scotia one hour before tbe yacht sank A Girl Freezes to Death RATON N Oct Dispatch Francisco Chronicle evening William Nichols and his 16yearold going from Folsonv to the ranch The girl was driving a team ahead while her father came behind with another They were overtaken by a blizzardwhen about half way borne The father reached boirie in safety and was horrified to find tbab his daughter had not yet arrived there She had lost her way in theblinding The blizzard continued throughout the nVht so little could be done in searching for the lost child She was found yesterday about ten miles from her home frozen to death She had managed to unhitch the horses audturn them loose before sbe be The Death Record Idaho Oct for a number of years Deputy Clerk of the Court for Alturas county died this morning in Sailey after a brief At the late election he was elected Probate Alturas county MINNEAPOLIS Oct H Har ris a prominent Montana mine owner died very suddenly at the West Hotel last He ordered his supper sent to hisroom and soon after was found in It is thought heart disease was the cause of death Harris has bees spending a large part of the summer in Minneapolis on busi ness connected withhis Advices From Japan SAN FRANCISCO Oct City of Pet m from China and Japan brings advices that the excitement m Japan the treaty revision has somewhat quieted down but precautions are still taken for the safety of foreigners The cholera is gradually disappearing and Yokohama ia practically free There had been thirty four thousand cases and twentythrae thou sand deathsto Senator Blackburns Injuries TTKSATIRES 24 Black bin n it is now teared sufteied dangerous internal iujuiles in the accident yesterday He was very sick this His friends fear outcome At least he lose the use of his WASHINGTON Oct results of the recent tests of armorplate at An napolis are still coming to light Tho demonstration of the superiority of nickel steel alloy and tbo immediate appropriation by Congress of a million dollars for tho pur chase of a quantity of nickol with which to alloy naval steel has badthe effect of stimulating tho nickel market to an unusual degree The Navy Department had hardly begun to inquire into the amount ol nickel on the market before it was fouiid that re sults of tho tests bad boon seized upon abroad with remarkable celerity and that there was to bo keen competition in the market already noted for vigorous and steady demand Lu addition there were rumors of corners that were discomfort ing to tbo oilicinls who expected to got an adequate supply of metal at fair prices All of the nickel used hero has beeu pro duced abroad Canada being the nearest source of supply From information coming in an unofficial way to tho Depart ment It appears however that there is a probability that the metal exists lu this country in considerable quantities It is asserted thai mines ot great value exist in Virginia although for obvious reasons the persons making tbo assertions refuse to definitely give tbeir locality company is organizing to develop these mines so tho Navy Department officers are hopeful that auy considerable enhancement of the mar ket price of nickel will be met and counter acted by the iiicreascd supply from domes tic sources SECLUSION FOR THIS SISTKRR Archbishop Ireland of St Paul Bishop Stanley of South Dakota and Bishop MoGalney of Dulutb today had an in lev view with Soirrtitary Noble and tbo Acting Indian Commissioner upon the subject of In Ian schools in the Northwest They re quested chat tho Sisters who had been con ducting tbo St Marys and St Johns schools for girls on Turtle Mountain reservation and were replaced by Government instruc tions when these schools were discontinued by the Commissioner bo permitted to pre serve tbeir community Secre tary Noble informed them that the Super intendent of Indian Schools has already been instructed to permit the Sisters to live apart from the other teachers TWENTYIlVD MILLIONS FOB PENSIONS The Pension Bureau today made a rc upou the Treasury Department for to meet the payment of pen sions under the act of Tune 1800 as well as those under tbo old laws for the next two months WILL TEST THE CUSTHNGs The engineering bureau of tho Navy De partment is about undertake an exhaust ive set experiments upon tho boilers of tho torpedo boat This speedy boat is fitted with Thorneyoroffc boilers of English design aud intended to ascer tain their value as compared with Ameri can tubular sectional boilers in points of economy efficiency and durability THE SAN FRANCISCO BUJLDINQ SITE Secretary Wlnrtom AttorneyGeneral Mil ler and JostmasterGeneral Wanamaker who specially charged by law with the selection of a suitable site for a public building at San Francisco bad n conference on the subject at the Treasury Department this atturnoon The report of the special of the Treasury and all other docu ments bearing on the subject wore fully considered but no conclusion reached TFfF QUOTA FILLED The amount of silver offered tho Treasury today was ounces The amount purchased was ounces at The Director of the Mint today made tbo following announcement Notice is hereby given that tbo Treasury Department having purchased ounces of silver during the month further purchases will bo sus pended until the first Monday in NoVem BRAZIL irETTJRNS THE COMPLTM75NT Tbo Department of State is officially ad vised of the departure for New York from Kio do Janeiro on tbo 20th inst of a Bra zilian naval division ordered to return tho compliments paid the Rraxllian flag by the United States squadron in July last and bearing a letter and medal tor the Presi dent WANTED TO TIEAtt CLEVELAND A great crowd about the Supreme Court room all day to hear ex President Cleveland argue the case of Reade against the city of New Orleans The case went over until Monday however aud Mr Cleveland did not put in an appearance much to the disappointment of the crowd YELLOW FEVER AT BROOKLYN OUT TALKS THE PHONOGRAPH Three Seamen Said to Have Died From This Disease NEW YORK Oct TKIUUNE Dispatch San Francisco Chronicti Series A death from yellow fever was reported in Brooklyn today and it was rumored that there bad been two others from the same cause Michael Goad a fireman on the steamsliip from the West Indies which ar rived in this city on Friday last was sick upon bis arrival He Went to 70 Gold street Brooklyn and died there yesterday morn It is also reported that three other men were sick on the voyage and upon the ar rival of the vessel two of them were taken to the Marine Hospital where it is rumored they died Health Commissioner Griffin of Brooklyn says he has made an investigation and positively denies chat Goad died from yellow fever but nevertheless be has eiven orders to have the body Interred immedi The Blocks of Five Suit NEW YOTCK Oct The general term of the Supreme Court refused to vacate the order for the examination of Colonel William M Dudley before bis suit for libel against tho Press Publishing Com pany for damages for publish ing the famous Blocks of Five In his Judge Daniels laid It is evident that plaintiff whenVhe visited New York had been actuated with an intention to avoid service of the order and is prac tically declining to obey the mandates of the Court Dr Cooke Found CHICAGO Oct Dr Clinton G Oooke the young physician who has been missing since October 9th has been found in Phila delphia Tbo police some time ago sent photographs aud descriptions of him to all tho large cities 6i the country The police 01 Philadelphia today located him Where he hiws been since he jua soon In St Louis two tveeks ago is a mystery He Is supposed to be deranged Coin tie fat MONTREAL Oct 24 The Comte do Paris and party ai rjved here tonight They met with cordial reeaouon The Greatest Ma chine Yet Invented WASHINOTOX Oct Dispatch Francisco Berliner of this city has perfected his inven tion the claims that itistho preatest soundproducing in exist ence Mr Berliner is tho inventor of the transmitter used on the telephones of tho Rellcompany and is still retained by tho company as one of its electricians He lirsi exhibited the gramophone not then brought to perfection in Philadelphia May 1C 1SSS before tho Franklin Institute Since then he lias spout a year at laboratories in Europe where ho put the finishing touches on his invention and its reproduction of the human voice is remarkable for its clearness iu pronunciation Tho process of repro duction is soft of polished is covered with a fatty film for an etching ground It is placed on a turntable and as one talks iu the tube the disk is revolved and tho vibrations caused by the sound are traced in tbo film by a small pen The etched plate is put in cbromul acid and in fifteen minutes is ready for H is put on another turn Uvblu revolved by ihf turninp of a crank There is practkiUly no limit Mr 10 the number of productions that can ho nuide from a plate and any of plates can be made from one original Moreover the plate can bo printed from a photooncrnivinji1 made from a print and tho sounds reproduced from this plate with one of the machines TU i it WORK Ghastly Evidence That Hie Fiend Is Still in London ANOTHER MUTILATED BODY FOUND The Insanity Plea for Taro Editor Stirred Gigan tic Forgery JDuel Pougrht With Crim inal Kecorrt Testified Against Himself YORK Oct Sun Francisco Chronicle un usual eircumstanco of A husband being called as a witness in his wifes behalf in her suit against him for divorce was pre sented voday before Judge Andrews of the Supreme Court at the special verm Mrs Elizabeth Hutchings asks a decree of abso lute divorce from her husband Augustus F He had put in no defense and was subpoenaed by his wife to provis her charge of infidelity SMASHED THE TEAM RECORD FAMOUS PAIR DO IT IX 31 Tho Stallion Nolson Trots the Fastest Half Mile on Kocortl at a Yesterdays Races w Got the scare is on TonishT in a secluded part of Southampstoail locality thera found the dead body of a woman whose head find been nearly while tho body showed hacks and bruises sufficient to ojuise death Tho victim vras a woman ot low repute and this was sullicient to start the cry tho A FURIOUS EDITOR E Oct Hamlins team Belle Uamlln and Justin were sent today to beat the worlds record of made by thouj and milo in j Tbo day was cold nud vuiny Had tho been favorable horsemen think would have been made The pair weredriven by their owner E J tlamiln who after one scoring them oil like an arrow from the bow Tho first quarter was reached in 92 seconds xhe half in the third quarter i and When the timo was announced there was tremendous cheering Mr Hamlin was called on to tho staud and ui ven a genuine ovaiiiou Tho Fastest Half Mile OAMBHIBGE CITY Oct Tho stal ion Kelson yesterday trotted the fastest halfmile on record First quarter seconds second JO tiie fastest quarter on record mailing the half in or at the rate of a mile in JjcxinKton and Races LEXINGTON Oct Four furlongs Houston won Oriental second Silver Light third Time 0 Fouryear olds and upward threequar ters of a milo Meivie won both hejits Outlook second Josie M Time Vor maidens four MaUie Allen won Outcry secoud Larnar third No timo given Threeyears and upwards one ono sixteenth miles Adricune won Eliza sec ond Tnciney third Time handicap six furlongs Tom Mackin won Pennyroyal second Yale third Time not given WASHINGTON Oct Benmngs races Threeyear olds and upward six furlongs Busted won Watterson second Genevieve third Time Fiveyearolds Bally Hoo won Mohican second Mandolin Colt third Timo Mflo and a Vivid won Tanner second Prather Time Six Shotover won Rustic sec ond Coldstreara third Time Steeplechase about miles MoKenxio won ICillarney second Longbar third Time A TenRoimd GAIAKSTOX Oct a fitfht for the middleweight championship at the Galves ton Athletic Club tonight Paul Petal in of HouStou whipped Arthur Upb am of Galves toniu ten rounds punishing Mm terribly OMAHAS NEW 110 AD The Chicago St Paul Kansas City to Be tended OMAHA Oct to Trun is to be made tbe terminus of an extension of the Chicago St Paul Kansas City road from Des Moines Iowa John M Egan of St Paul the president and general manager of theroad arrived in the city morning and has been in confer ence during tbe day with officials and others interested in tbe project To a reporter hi said We are considering several routes one running north of ibvsouthern tier of Iowa counties and another north of the Rock Island route Wo have not decided which to select but will use one of them and that in a very short time in theReading PrrnvADEivpniA Oct 24 importfirit announcement was made this afternoon that an alliance between the Railroad Syndicate and tho iinally been effected and hereafter the Vanderbifts will be represented in and take a prominent the Reading management A PRETTY TOUGH STORY The Remarkable Properties At tributedtoa SYRACUSE N Oct nils Francisco Chronicle A Dlxon of Sodus has just discovered awon derful ore which con tains a hidden force that puzzles aston ishes all who see it and expert electricians in The rock is of a dark slate color and is somewhat lighter in weight than sandstone It is composed of iron alurmV num calcium minerals and parti cles of gold are found sometimes Mr DiNon says it will geneiate unlimited power and gives any desired amount of incandes cent Uiiht For illunmRtlng business places and residences It would be consideraoly cheaper than kerosene In fact after the building has been wired arid thebatteries prepared the would bo merely nomi nal and the light would equal if not superior to produced by manufacvured electricity In Mi office a nine pound pieco of tbo rock has been riBRLig a bell Use November A piece neighing half a pound wus placed in tipint tumbler and it tacbei to which itcauied to ring as loud as an ulaim clock fl The mado irT the iptesenee of several gentlemen who it a wonderful discovaur He Attacks the Now Orleans Author ities and the American Press NEW Francisco Chnmicle an Italian paper published In this city issued nn extra today relative to the assassination of Chlof Jlonessoy It con tains tin aduress to the people of this city which is in part as follows Wo were amongtho first to deprecate In burubnjr words the manner In which tho laborious and useful life or Mr D C Hennessey was brought to an end by a and unknown assassin We wore among the lirst to ask for justice and we will continue to encourage the constant search of justice but we can not possibly approve tbe conduct unworthy of ajiy people of the local author ities since that unhappy affair and we are far from applauding tho language of his Honor Mayor Shakespeare and position he assumed toward all tho Italians and we arc Hist as far from clapping our hauds in approval of tho American press The city must extend to us as to all others protec tion and Instead of doing it you Incite tho population ngainsr the Italians and tho po lice are ordered to irrost all of us that tney meet Is that action like that of a civilized people There are guilty ones whoever they are punish them iou are uuablo to discover them That your famous police is so miserably organized proved that you aro as incapable of protecting tbe citizens Jivis as you are unable to furnish them proper lighting or oilcr them clean streets With a courtesy worthy of ignorant per sons only you assume to speak with tempt of Italy in general and of Sicily the beautiful in particular Do you know what Italy is what is Sicily No cortaiuly not because otherwise you would be ashamed to contrast with your own uncivi lized socalled land of liberty If tbrcft hundred and ninetyeight years ago tho Dago Christopher Columbus had not dls tovorod your present country you would still be in your country of Europe lending a lifo of misery ml dying perchance by force waiting for the help of public char SAYS IS CRAZY An Old College Friend Comes to tho Knglishinans Reacue j JIONTKEAK Oct Son Francisco Chronicle old collegefriend of Blrchalls A K Lathan a graduate of Balfiol Oxford now connected with St lohnrt school here has come to the rescue of the condemned man and is ac tively engaged in circulating petitions for a of tho sentence He baa given for publication a number of as he claim IMrchalls letters written since he was condemned to death with a view it said of showing that Blrchall Is not of sound mind They are written in a careless flip pant manner In one he attacks the Croniu witnesses for their but neither admits nor denies his guilt Well never mind its all up now but assured that tbe old spirit which has led me so often through thick and thin is uneon quered and T shall bold up my the end in the old game HIS AUTOBJOOItAlFIY SOLID WOODSTOCK Oct Associated autobiography was put up at auction in the jail here today Ushers were in attendance The manuscript was knocked down to C W Bunting of tho Toronto Mail for himself andJaines Gordon Bennett of the New York for A NOTED MURDER CASE Younjc Joyous Tried for Killing Stewart LONDON Oct Francisco in a casewhich excited a great deal of at tent ion at the time of Its occurrence renewed today Walter Lyons was charged at Old luiley Sessions with the wiilfuL murder of QuarterMaster Sergeant John Scviirt Royal Artillery September loth Jau at ilumstead It will be remembered v that Lyons discovered his mother and Stfwart under circumstances whioh v milled of no of tbo fact had v suspected and rushing out Of the house killed the Lyons is only 20 od uf middle bight and without beard or 1iosficbe He is cadaverouslooking and ho hsis a Singularlyshaped forehead apd small restless ferretlike eyes The jury was out only twentyfive minutes and turned si verdict of manslaughter coupling with it a recommendation of mercy Judge postponed passing sentence until morrow l A Forgery Conspiracy LONDON Oct Johnson artist and John Phillips an art dealer arraigned in the Mansion House Police Court charged with being v implicated in a conspiracy to forge letters of credit upon the ofDrexel Morgan and Co The existence of the consr v spiricy was revealed to the police by a man named Treghieni who testified at the hear ing today tuat ho met Phillips in dam iiud came tio London with ness said he had seenthe prisoner fraudulent letters of Tho Accomplices of the have been arrested at Liege The letters of credit wftre A Negro Boy Mobbed AUGUSTA Ga Oct Mon ward Williams a negro shot tnd killed the Koberson white five t night the sheriff ayncboro but wat took the prisoner away tree riddled him with X A Chicago CHICAGO Oct McCaffrey a Bartender wa the outcome bf Hn oi men The murdered connected with tiie of several   

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