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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                Part First Pages 1 to 8 SA1T LAKE CITT UTAH SUNDAY MOBlsTljSrGy OCTOBER 20 1S90 THE EUROPEAN TARIFFS TSlG Jtlll ftCt iiic Leadin Towers AN AUSTRIAN CABAL OFFENDS ITALY Kmporor Francis Joseph Inclined to Snub King Itf noroHun Imperial wtono Another eral Foreign NCVVM havo confided to him entire control Larpc appropriations will be voted by Parliament for the construction of expensive railways In tho conges led districts There havo been already located for building three lines to bo worked by tho Midland and Great Western railways of Ireland A fouth has hfen planned to connect Donegal and Kllly hegs cost t I M 000 while another is pro jected between Strahorlar and Olenties to short linos Those places aic alt In Donegal Railways will also bo hniir in tho counties of Down Kerry and Cork In thft southwest and south Stanley Attacks the Dead LONDON Oct will publish tomorrow an Interview with Stanley in which ho says If needful or desirable ho could blast tho reputation of Major Burttelot and the others who brought charges against him He d red that no jury would have found tho alleged murderer of Major Harttulot guilty intimating that the Major hud Insulted wife of tho man who killed him ufserts that ho has ample proof of the statements but refused to make public at least a portion of It until tho of ficers who accompanied Barttelot and who aro cognizant of the facts shall havo pub lished their books Revolution by Theater LONDON Oct fym Francisco Chronicle Series Rus sian Government In pursuance of Its policy of the Balkan territory has decided to cruet arid subsidize a number of theaters In tho Balkan States the condi tions of their maintenance being that only Russian plays 91 n the Russian language and performed by Russian actors shall bo pro duced The Czars Sick Unce ST bulletin ro jwdlrijz tho condition of Grand Huko Niohohux nnoleof the Czar says slnco ho was taken to Alupka In Crimea ho has been subjoor to convulsions and loss of rnornovj1 Tho notion of his liourl is feeble tempera ture degrees contograde pulse 00 Bui four IntcrviewM the Priests Out Ualllmi County Mayo Ualfoilr had a conforonco withthe CatholicBishop of Killala in the presence of a nulabor of priests on the condition of in that dlstrlet Must Koecl the Garrisons PAHIH Oct a Ghblneb Council today a bill was drafted requiring tho municipal authorities of fortified towns to arrange for a permanent supply of pro visions or tho maintenance of a garrison in any Tho Silver Decline at Amsterdam AMSTERDAM Oct price of lino silver to 65 guilders tier kilo DEAD SHOTS IN THE NAVY OUK GUNNERS WOULD RIDDLE THE KNKMY IX NO TIMli Oct 85 ffJopyrlfihtprl by rho New Vork Associated Press olll cial movements point at the possibility of Uriir questions engaging attention of rrnddiing necessary a care ful nursing of tho winifttRilal majority A has apnolntoil to Inquire into MIC A ust i German commercial ivla lions with a view to a reciprocal dinihju of Ijiriiln Communications have been to holding firmi at Ihuiiburg Bremen j and other tnidt routers asking thorn to ro of the bill In their linos of trade They are also asked what ihe prospects aro for finding new chan nels for merchandise jifTonind by fchc McKinloy hill The commission on foreign i n rills furlhnr lias to consider new Rus sian measure Tho RiiHsIan com mission will Uitfln work wook upon the details of Minnow tarlll which tho Nnvnr will bo tho highest in Knrope OfhHal circles contlnno to doubt that iuiy j important altoratlon will bo made In treaty with Austrlaand an equally ikcptical IH to any Gorman reprisals upon Vinnrloan trade Reports thus far received tend to dissipate tho fcollnR of alarm created by the angmentod American tariff Tho ioudlng export houses appear to bo doing 11 normal trade and American orders in the loading commercial centers do not appreciably diminish However tho future nicy iilToct exports tho Government will not he driven Into reprisals with Austria by a suddon collsipso In trade UoporlM from Paris and Vienna attributing tho Initiation of I ho proposed conuertod legislation In retalia tion for tho MeKinky bill to tho Berlin CJovornniont tiro utterly Olmncollor Von Gaprlvi will moot Slgnor Olspl Italian Prime Minister at Novorubor 8th Tho Interview will concern Mm sottlornont of the Intrigue In tho Aus trian court in favor of tlio Vatican against the Italian government Hlgnor Jrlspi cldiOs Italys crontliMiaruiO us a rnomher of tho triple iiJIlaiifo s menaced by a ojihul of the prominent members of tho Imptirlal fumily of Austria whoso emissaries at tho VaMoun Oiiuourago a bollof that the over throw of Count ICnlnoiiky or tho dcuth of Kmpoior Francis Joseph will bo tho signal for a rupture tho AustroItallan alliance which would result in an effort to restore tho temporal power oC tho Popo Slgnor demands that ho bo itllowed to clotil with a freer hand with matters relating to Vatican Another Italian grievance Is tho iitnu of Franols Joseph to return King Mnmhorts visit to Vienna Emperor Friiiuis Joseph olTored to go to Turin but King Ilujnbort doollned to receive him any where except at Rome holding that tho refusal of the Austrian Emperor to go Micro was equivalent to a refusal on pnrt of Austria ID Rome as Iho capital of I inly PutsoruiI and court with the mil and Vhniia arc of a most Intonso re and tho relations of ho gov The Kcitutid that Cluuiccl ior Oaprlvl will also go Madrid where hf will slay throe days This ronews the reports that communications are being exchanged looking to aoMon by Austria Italy and Spain In iiitiun for th adoption of new tariff legisla tion by United The grand celebration of tho nineMoth anniversary of Von birth place tomorrow Bismarck has not yet replied to Kjiperor Williams to attend thn colcbnitinn Twenty thousand took part niirlit Ir u torchlight proeesslon which in HUgnrated the colebratiim of the ninetieth anniversary of the birthday of FieldMar shal GountVon Moltko all classes of people holng Tho venerable was presented at his residence with 0011 graiulatory addresses Replying hriolly he ilianked the and tho foun dation f ilio impiro was the watchword of the mitthiy William 1 him i a novo1 Wiiy Whll llls nlocher n omCor J is fuM Si and i noarsishtod and obhor bravemonwhosealodthoir loyalty to the Iso wus asleep he attached a herlund with tholr doath plows of rubber tubing to a gas jet in one room oarrying it across the door to bedroom put tho other end in his mouth and laid down on the bed to die Fortunately tho old lady awoke and with tho only one of her senses not Impaired she detootod an odorof gas and upon Investiga tion discovered the man in an unconscious Condition He was taken to a hospital i whero tho surgeons revived him The most It dwells upon the tendency protection j partof tho cnso Is that tho man to have lost the power of speech and THE SILVER DECLINE Invisible Supply Was What Demoral ized tho Price NBW YORK Oct Dispatch Francisco Chronicle has been another heavydecline in silver bullion The quotation at one time yester day was 105 and tho closing price was Although there have been extensive fluctua tions these quotations were tho lowest at any time since the highest price 121 was reached There had been a steady selling of bullion during the past few days and tho general understanding has been that ilver speculators wero unloading The speculators have sustained heavy losses It is estimated that the accumulation of bullion in New York alono amounts to ten million ounces It is tho invisible supply that has the caused the heavy fall In price Nobody had any idea that there was so much silver above ground as there has turned out to be Tho purchases of four million 6ve thousand ounces a month by tha Government have no appreci able efleefc on tho supply Tho result of the attempt to corner silver has been about tho saaie as attempts to corner wheat The more wheat that was bought tho more was offered It came from most unexpected quarters to obtain the advantage of the advanced prices THE REPUBLICAN GIANTS THE MTDLuVNI PURCHASE Satisfactory Tests of tho Philadelphias Kaphl Firing Crow Indian Fisheries Diiputo Oct of tho first target practice on thtv new crulsor reached Department Tho practice was at Gardi ners Bay October 4th with flnch ylnoh and 1lneh rapid fire guns and the tests woro ronmrkablo at Ono range 100 yards Sixty of tho sixtytwo shots lodged In an exact vortical lino extending twenty foot ahnvo the water lino which moans that ovoryono of them would liavo hit an ordi nary war vosso in very nearly tho samo placo As tho ship and guns wero now this llrst trial Is regarded as as atlsfactorydemon stration of tho quality of our ordnance and tho ability of our gunners TUB CHOW COMMISSION The SftoreUiry of tho Interior has ap pointed Charles M Diilo of Mattoon 1 ClltYord St Louis and Bock woll J Flint iMonominco mombors of tho Grow riulian Commission in Montana TMK DISPUTE The statonumt from Canada upon authority of a British momhorof Par liament thatIt had boon rosolvod to submit tlui BohrinK lishorirs dispute to arbitra tion Is promaturo so far as it may bo tnkon to Imply a completed agreement on the part of both Oovernnunls it is luarnod that1 onrrespondonno on the subject is still in progross hnl thoro are hopoful signs that a sutlsfrtotory sot thin out will bo readied at i oiiinpiiiallvoly oarly day Novol Attempt ut Suioiclo NRSV VOHK Oct Dispatch Franoisoo Chronicle Sorles yoars old buvkeopor of a saloon who lived on tho third floor of I No 205 Wost South stroet with his aged and TH13 PIvKiVCH TARIFF Putlos Imposed on tho Cereals and Meat Products Oct now tariff hill was Issnod to tho Ohambor of Deputies today cision ou rn Isslon displayed by most riatUms rofors ospooially tu tho turllVof tho United States Oun titln and tho South Amorioan It proposes tho following duties ier 100 kilos Wiiont francs Hour 8 f corn lit f corn jnfnt f pork 12 f The duty on jiotrohum has not boon Ixod a de tho proposals of tho Budget Oom I n regard to oattlo tho bill reserves Hhorty of action but tho duty houcuforth will ho lovltd on woipht instead of by tho hijid and thrown silk will nay a duty Raw silk will he freo Wool raw Mi tn lux homp fleeces hldos and juto nn1 oxomptod from tho pnymont of duty TindntlfA on PpRS huttor oils oleaginous MHXls woods foroign wines and textile fabrics aro increased Tho duties on coul and IhiMiiioul uroduots remain as at resent biii tho tariff on motals has boon revised the duty on stool being lowered AND THB SCOTS Rule and Church Disestablish while ho realizes everything that Is going on about him ho cannot utter a sound The muscles ofhis throat seom to have boon paralysed by tho poisonous fluid A Suit for SeaJskins Nsw YORK Oct Sau Francisco Chronicle oorrespondonoe 1 am told by those in tho secrets of tho old Alaska Com mercial Company that there is a very in story conneotod suit which has boon brought by the Alaska Commercial Company against tho North American Com mercial Company It Is nominally oovor tho value oC 4000 sealskins recently discharged the revenue cutter The suit grows out of a very mixed up state of affairs between tho Treasury Dopartmont the Alaska Company andthe North American Commercial Com pany Tho contest In tho courts it is whispered will bo watched with unusual interest because oC the alleged scandalous revelations that must be mado to sustain merit Discussed by the deader j the tho Treasury Dopaftmout in CONDON Oct an address ar Dalj its support of the lessees of tho Island eith referring to the Scottish home rule movement Gladstone said he xv iievod that whatever Scotland deliberately asked would bo found to be consistent with the unity of Ihe empire and would obtain the of Parliament Touching the matter of tho Scotch crofters Gladstone de precated the idea of emigration as a remedy for the distress With reference to the dis establishment of the Scottish church Glad A Fine Building TOUK Oct San Frantilseo corner stone will bo laid this afternoon of one of the flnest municipal buildings in this coun try the Court building to be erected just north of tho Tombs on a block of land owned by the city and bounded by Center Kim Fmnklin and White streets This will unquestionably be one of the finest It Is Approvcdby the Atchison Direc tors and a Basis Agreed Upon BOSTON Got a meeting of the Achison directors Friday theproposed acquisition of the Colorado MldlandjRailwny was fully considered and approved and tho on tract of agreed to as the basis of agreement Tho Colorado Midland stock is placed at a valuation of nO and tho Atchison stock at 45 This requires shares of Atchison to absorb tho entire Issue of Colorado Midland Two cash payments iro provided for as follows Ten dollars for stock at tihe time of Its deposit with the1 trustees and at any time In one year Director Baring said the Colorado Mid land purchase wars approved yesterday and an ofilclal statement would soon be made Beyond this you can say absolutely that tho not contemplate the pur chase of a mile of railroad property any where and has no negotiations for any railroad You can say this most emphatically Tho stories from the West of contemplated railroad extensions aro without foundation The Atrhison Is not buying or building roads Tfc Is in a strong position has a cash balance from Its re organization and Is not borrowing a penny A FEW DENIALS FROM PORTER THE CENSUS SUPERINTENDENT A CHANCE TO EXPLAIN Masterly Speeches by Elaine Sher man and Reed FREE TRADE THEORIES DEMOLISHED Mr BTalne Disposes of Carl Schurz AVith Neatness and Dispatch Sherman Discusses Third Parties and the MeKinley at Hock Island JTo Says Ho la Willing to Correct Errors Hut tho Charges of Ofllchil Miticouduot Aro Indignantly Denied NEW YORK Oct San Pranoisco Chronicle Kobert Porter superintendent of tho riyod from Europe on tho steamer Lahu today and was at once besieged by a num ber of reporters anxious learn what action he had in view regarding the recount oC New York City The Government figures give tho metropolis a hundred thousand less than thoopolioe was finished few days ago Tho difference is largely duo to tho absence of many New Yorkers during tho summer months who have now returned homo Mr Porter would not admit that tho Government figures wore wrong but said ho wished to correct the result whero errors appeared and would do it where this was proven A Jlcrald representative took occa sion to overhaul Porter for all his alleged political sins Coming to outsido matters ho said There have been dlroct charges made against you Mr Porter in connection tho purchase of tho electrical counting machines which are used In your bureau The charges specifically are that you en deal with a relative who con trolled their mamifacturo and had thorn in troduced although they were and are Such charges aro replied Portor The electrical machines wero choson by a board composed of the chiefs of various heads of the bureau in the interior oftico 1 had nothing to do with bho1 pur chase of so far as tho statement that any relative of mine was couoerned in their manufacture or salo that is a simple falsehood There beenno in re gard to it depend upon Tt has also been directly charged against you Mr Child that many of ihe offices of clerks and heads of various statistical divisions in your ollice were tanned out by you jusd that you and Mr Childs received benefit from Those charges are entirely 11 The statement has been made places that you used your position iu tak ing terms which wore disadvantageous to Ifiaslnc the buildings occupied by the Census Bureau in fact that you wholly ignored propositions which were made to you for tho erootlon of suitable aro several buildings occupied by tho bureau but there aro two important cues For one of those the department pays year for the others These buildings wore erected especlilly for department and are accessible to each other Instead of any favoritismdoing shown in regard to these I carefully avoided showing builders my plan and got them so jealous of each other and so eager to bid against each other that I secured the rentals at about the wanted them So far as neglecting propositions which were made to me tho the case I embraced all the opportunities which were offered Only these two buildings were proposed and T snapped Yet declared pretty generally that the census enumeration and tabulation have been usod by you and through you for political purposes that the figures have boon manipulated to suit certain political divisions Is that truo not to do such things would he a misdemeanor I haye been askod and written to by persons for permission to use my lists of names for political purposes but in every instance ofI this kind I refused absolutely 1 am in no eagerness to violate law to do this would be to commit a stono adds Mint It would bean artj striicturcs municipal or otherwise in this vantage to Scotland and to tho cause of ro Iiior if the three Presbyterian churches worb united This one step however he did not deem advisable at present for In the approaching general elections tho disestab lishment of tho church would be tho tost to the exclusion of all others de manding adjustment by Parliament Railway H for Ireland Oct TimnjNK Dispatch Chronfcle William city like many other edifices of this metropolis it will be hidden out of one of the minor thoroughfares The esti mated cost is and the contracts awarded call for rts completion within five hundred working days from the date when tho work was first 13th last The NEW Noble of Wisconsin who was stricken with paraly Financial SJocretary of the sis days ago Treasury wlro recently vhjltod Ireland on uged bohiilf of tho Government to inquire Into Mio oxtentof the failure of the potato crop will starton his second tour on Monday hls point botng County Donegal1 and thcwest coast Jortla of Jthe dlqd this morning PANAMA Oct Bah testaA mad or who has been a Senator and Deputy in Con Deputy hi and Secretary of thoTreiwury of Iamima Married Her First IXTC yvj NTEW YORK Oct rTRiEUNi San Francisco GhromcZe Mrs Tracy who was better known as Agnes and who was leading lady jn Augustin Dalys Company over fifteen years ago before she married the late Francis W Tracy of Buf falo was remarried on Tueday at her home in Irving place to Clinton of this city The couple sailed for Europe next day and aro expected to remain all Exceptional interest is imparted to the actresss fact that the groom was hor accepted suitor before she lief t the stage and married Mr Tracy a Failure RoCHesTER 5fr Francisco Mrs EugenoiDauter vllle has been ih this a suit against her husharid alleges in Sho alleges tooiv a few days Gardner wtis1 M rs n anie bojt i nijuiied her ttlleged fugi tive huibind jiv V Ohio Oct 25 Secretary of State Blaine arrived here from Plttsburgat noo today He was met at Alliance by a re ceptlon committee from Canton and to the city over the Pennsylvania road crowd of 3000 people greeted Blaine wit loud cheerinur as he alighted from and the carriage cheering all th way to the home of Major Motvinley whos guest he was during his itay here Blain was accompanied byMs Blaine and laugh ter Miss Harriet Blaino and Hoii Will far Walter Phelps Minister to Germany Ipon arrival at the residence of Mtijo McKinloy an Informal reception was held Early trains In tho forenoon hud brotigh large delegations of Repnbllciius frori Youngstown Alliance Massillon Wooster Wcllsville and other townsln this and ad joining districts The streets were thronged and at 1 30 p m a parade of mavchirig col umns occurred Shortly after noon it be gun raining and it was decided to have tin meeting at tho Tabernacle Instead of at tin fair grounds as was origliially intended The was packed as was the Tom plo of Music in which an overflow meeting was held Blaines principal waVs a tho Tabernacle where he was followed Major McKinloy Mr Blaine said JM Chairman and fdlnwcitizcm of Ohin contest which Is now ragingfor mem bershlp In the next Congress is not propcnIj a contest between the Republican and Dem ocratio parties It is a contest between pro1 tectlonists and free traders There are a few free traders among the Re publicans and many protectionistsatwonj the Democrats It is a coutes that goes to tho root of the matter as to Na Lionai prosperity And ou tha Issue wo should settle tho question in ftivo of home interests good wages and sound prosperity As I was coming out to this place T founc in a newspaper a speech of Gar Schurz made a week in Boston and I may say In all candor that it was an able speech 01 tho free trade side But free traders Mr Schurz goes hack for thegolden era of American prosperity to the tariff o 1846 rather distant view backward I have so often heard of tho great and general prosperity under the tariff of J18401 that if you will bear shall say something of that periodr Mr Schurz quotes mo as sine that Is why I make a personal roplyrthat tho ten years between 1846 and 1856 undei that tariff wore years of very great vpros perity in this country I frankly repeat years were years of great1 pros perity Now let me say why those years wore prosperous That tariff of 1846 was approved just about the time the Mexican war broke out and within less than a year no less than one hundred dollars were disbursed by the Government in all the branches of We just mado that expenditure when the famine in Ireland oallod for every surplus barrel of flour and bushel of grain In We had hardly transported that grainto tho other side and sold it at a high price until gold was discovered in California and the world was enriched with the vast oat put of tho mines Wo had hardly ptitfthat gold In circulation when the great revolu tion that began in 1S48 paralyzed the in dustrial energies of all Europe and gave the United States was un parallcled Europe had hardly quieted1 the rovolutionary disturbance when Franco and England and Russia went In the Girneah war and for two and onehalf years those great Nations were paralyzed in their Industries Now there are four or fivo of what you might cttllmcidents of history that would have insured great prosperity to this coun try if there had not been a tariff of any kind whatever If the duties instead of being what the tariff made them had been only 1 per cent art valorem or if there had been no the country would have been prosperous Now if you can produce suoh conditionsin the world today If you can start famine if you can discover new gold fields with uncounted millions thrown into the laps of the people If you can have every nation In Europe disturbed by revolution if you can have three of the nations of Europe go to war for two years and a then we will quit talking tariff and go to vacuum which that concHtionbf things in Europe would tho fall when this tariff b ad been under way for ten years this great war in Europe came to an and so did all the prosperity under tbe tariff of 1846 Vou all remember what hap pened in one of the severest panics and depressions this country countered and as long as accidental props these fortuitous happenings lithese accidental revolutions discoveries of as soon as they under the tariff of 1846 ceased also Now T insist that we do not want fam ines we dont want revolutions we do not want to have thousands of men by war in order to keep up a free trade tariff and look it is not Laughter and YGive us a protective aud we can getvalpng without the slaughter or starvation we can make ourselves ing with something beyond for the people that need help from our abundance and in connection Tvitb the tariff of 1846 I call your attention to two other tariffs Jn addition to that the only throe tariffs that the United States has ever had The sudden lowering of duties was one after the irai of the compromise tariff of 1838 and the oner in S4f arid every one of them led to1 business prostration in this country which lastedin a greater or less degree until there was a protective tariff Who ever heard of a free trade tariff to the relief of tjhe Laughter J the only three times tliat the United States tried a f ree tari ffjhey1 f ell to adversityuntil a protective tariffcametb the relief of the j Some people want us to let the protective tariff goby in order toiuake v We1 would like to see that experi ni e n t tr i ed i f nly one or two i people were to suffer but it is a pretty hard thinfe take the d readf ul and prostrating theclndiistries of thecountry 1 mouths tariff twenty millions in the We noiw have sixty years after we ohyt property j of people sixty thpusahcl property iiu m her of peppie r ind and not put today for ten penitentialyears thereafter Mr Schurz condemns the efforts of Con gress to secure reciprocity of trade with certain countries Tho free traders have always been telling us that if wo would adopt their theory wo would have a now era in this country On that form of statement I will not differ with them Laugh I think we should have a now era Congress at its last session concluded to ndopt a new policy They looked at Soiilh America and they found that we wore receiving from those people vast imports exporting 1 ttlo thorn The question was shall wo repeal the duty on sugar and give that to South America in addition to coffee and hides and dye woods and rubber and other things from South America and shall we ask of them If we give yon our markets for a pound to let us enter there for a few Oh no Mr Schurz suys tliat wont do at all Yon must resort to free trade but I would liko to ask Mr Schurz before this Ohio audience how freo trade is going to let us into their markets with our products Wo have been giving Brazil a market for tboir nearly sixty mil lions of products and they were taking from us seven or eight or nine millions Now suppose we declare absolute freo trade how that would help us with Bra zil They have not been buying anything and they do not let anything in free Thirtysix millions of dollars of cof fee fourteen to sixteen millions of rubber several millions of hides and a great many dyestuiTs and wood of that kind all coming to the United States without a shilling duty but wo want to send down there flour soinelumbcr some of tho corn and wheat products of tho West as well as of the East and are not satisfied as things aro going Well we went and awakened thorn to necessities of tho situation and we found that they feel just as we do That two nations dealing with each other must deal as two men with each other fairly honestly and liberally so that the advant age shall not always be on the side of one man or nation Well that is reciprocity It is not a very complex problem Mr Sohurz rathei intimates that it Is a strange way of getting at How strangely mysterious ve ciprocity is it is just as strange and mysteri ous as when a Stark county farmer bring a hundred bushels of wheat to Canton get his money for it buys supplies for tils family and goes back home Laughter That Is a process and very difli cult to understand yet I am sure Brazi and all South American States under stood it the moment It was mentioned I believe It make a very favorable ar rangement to trade with South America Take a country like Venezuela of largo area but small population not more than They bring worth of products but how much of that is suppose at tho custom house Only Every cent of that except taxation Wo send them a good many things but uot send them one shillings worth that is not taxed by them That is not fair They admit that It is not they are glad and willing to right the matter and place us ou a reciprocal ground that will be to tho prosperity of this country and the prosperity of tho other because trade that is so onesided as that cannot be continued forever When reciprocity was first suggested the free traders all or nearly all approved It At that time they thought it would divide tho protectionists in Congress and they urged it very earnestly so long they thought there would bo some long as they it was a dividing line thsitiiiiKht obstruct the Just as soon as the free traders found that reciprocity could not be used to divide the Republican patty they were against it of them and now they are repudiating it and telling you what a humbug it is and how value there is in and how small a result there will be to tho people of this country frovn it This is not wise for the free traders to proclaim its failureat present We a year in which to try it Let us wait a year and see can be done I am not here to boast of it t am here to condemn the course of the free traders who as long as it promised to divide the protectionists were in favor of it but who are set against it the moment they find the protectionists will uot divide1 Your duty gentlemen if I may suggest it is to elect a protectionist to Congress Cheersand cries of We That is your interest that is the interest of every the oountryI appeal to this district because of the interest of your doors and firesides I appeal to every man In Stariv county and the other counties that make up the district have a special reason It is a very great distinction to any man a dis tinction to the district represented and a distinction to the man himself to be placed at the head of the Committee on Ways and andtolead the House of Representa tives That is where Thaddeus Stephons stood tho hist eight years of his ife that is where that great citizen of Ohio lately deceased General Kobert C Sehenck stood for six years and that is where William McKniey stands now Up roarious and I appeal both to your interest and your pride to send him lack again that he may be useful not ineroly to this not to his State but to tho people of the United Cheers j 1 Atone time during tbe speech the people gallery alarmed by a cracking sound began to miike for the exit and jherp was nearly a panic Mr Blaine and yiiiiister Phelps however succeeded in re assuring them and all returned to their seats Mr Blaine after the address wont o at the Academy of Music and spoke very briefly Theparty left this evening for Chicago SHERMAN AT PITTSBURG He Has No Use For Third Parties or Democracy PITTSBUBG Oct thousand peo ple at the City Hall tonight to isten to an address by Senator John Sher man issues of the In the course of his speech Senator Sherman said can really be but two great parties There are sometimes people who think they little better than their neighbors go off to roost by themselves on some side ssue and call themselves a third party have had more experience in politics of my hearers and I never saw any good come out1 ofra third party yet Weare all Republicans Democrats in tilegeneral meaning of the term because all of a form of government u trtiich air powers rest with the These narnes do not signify anything We must judge of parties precisely as we would and judged this test of parties that how stand before he tho country one is likeheaven otherlike Laughter and In 1888 the people of the United States tested the KepublIcans with their political power first power power jo of this great Go ver omen t f 0urs and that power instead being a otrength any itweakness and u pt ja th at basis nearly the public men hpfaUHn public1iftj by waysidev fall the I would not allow a upiijber of Congresj to recommend any man or any offlqe I wbuia ajrents all t is vested in them by comrnon by I would take thatspower wouldnot iillow ajaieti ber of to cecpm f aiise of hihk the tm o will cpiii e aud th e lie wi ecti thej appointing power early part of rho past session anil the im portant measures passed fter tho miles were adopted and presenting a strou ploa fur the sold iors Senator Sherman lookup the MeKinley bill a measure ho Paid which makes free a greater amount of the pro duets of foreign countries in our own coun try than any taritV bill of ancient Or mod ern times Referring to the assertions of some Democratic orators that wo euunot produce suirar the Senator 1 am as positive us 1 am of my existence today that within ten from this time we will produce every pound of sugar that is used in this country We have put a duty on tinplate equal to and a little uioro than tho duty on sheetIron and we will manufacture in this country within fivo yours from this time tons of plated tin and we will make the thump so cheap that nobody will growl but the Doinocratsv In conclusion the senator said In in the good old Democratic time tho money of the country was the meunest ever do vised by man and would not pass from one part of thu country to another Now our money travels all over the world Then wo were a thirdclass power jeered and laughed at and when tho war last legacy of a Democratic kings and emperors were watching for the decay and falling to pieces of this groat republican government which was torturing to its foundation The eyes of all Euro pean countries wero watching the last days of the great republic Now thank Rod and the Union soldiers thank tho American people this country of ours has risen far above and beyond all fears of this kind and now the people of all those empires and kingdoms arc looking eapcrlyand anxiously for thegood time coming when they can copy our institutions and enjoy a republic as we do in this country Then tho days of empires and kingdoms will have passed and gone and then governments of the people for the pooplo and by the peoplo will inure forever upon Prolonged Reed Addresses a Multitude rw city was alive with Republicans from all over tho northern part of tho State to hoar Speaker Roed Ho arrived at noon At t oclock a mass meeting was held nn the fair grounds Eeed delivering the principal address Later he left for Rock Island whero he spoke to night Governor HiH Goes Home HATirtiSJiURG Hill ad dressed large crowds at many points In West Virginia from his train today This even ing he spoko to a larsre audience in the Opera House hero and left later for New York EVERY HAND AGAIKST IT PRICE FIVE APOLOGY DUE TO JACK The Ripper Accused of a Murder He Sever Committed THE BUTCHERY TRACED TO A WOMAN A Seattle Devoured by Boston Parson Sentenced Stock Broker Confesses For Criminal Record A STUPENDOUS BOYCOTT AGAINST TBUE UNION PACIFIC How Competing Linos Propose to Take Its Through Through Kates Wiped Out CHICAGO Oct Dispatch SanFrunclsco Chronicle Series last circular Issued by Chairman Faithorn be fore severing his connection with the West era Freight Association embodies the most gigantic boycott ever known The circular is issued under Instructions from the West ern Freight Association anil annuls the pro rating arrangements 011 thepart every association road with the Union Pacific This applies even tolocaland n oncompeti tive points ori the Union Pacific The North western road made a mild protest over the issuance of the circular but as It alono now prorates with the Union Pacific under their famous traffic the objection was not considered Tn the future every article of freight delivered by any Western road except the Northwestern to tho Union Paci fic will take full local rates from the points of oricin to its destination Through rates are absolutely wiped out except vin tho Northwestern The consequence will be that tho Northwestern will take practically all the business from Chicago and the Bast destined to Union Pacitic local points To competition as Denver Colorado points points and all Pacific Coast points all traffic will bo di verted irora the Union Pacific to competi tive The programme was finally ar ranged today All lines in Interest have Missouri Klver and St Paul termini or con nections To Denver and Colorado points all drafiic will be turned over to the Rock Island or Burlington to Helena Montana points tho traffic will be taken to St Paul and given to the Northern Pacific and Great Northern To Northwestern Pacific Coast points the Norhern Pacific will get it all To California and Southern points the traffic will to the Atcbison Mis souri Pacific and Southern Pacific The boycott originated from an attempt of the Union Pacific to compel the payment of higher proportions from its connecting lines Tho competing through lines took advantage of the situation and the result lias shown how perfectly surrounded the Union Pacific is The feeling is so intense that It Is altogether likely passenger busi ness will be likewise diverted General Pas senger Agent Fee was in Chicago today and did not deny that he had succeeded to a iarge extent in inHuencing the Chicago lines to route their passengers with their freight Enthusiastic on Brazil NEW YOKK Oct Dispatch Francisco Chronicle ralds Washington correspondent sends the following Minister Valente speaks with genuine enthusiasm of the political situation in Brazil At the election for members of Congress held September 15th not a monarchist returned to either branch of National Legislature and the great majority of those elected are strong supporters of the present provisional Gov ernment Thismeans the continuance in power of President Konseca although he is understood not to Minister Valente also tells me that it is not improbable that Dorn Pedro will return to Brazil and remainder of his days among bis former countrymen Should he express the Brazilian Congress will no doubt consent nnd the Government will place at his disposalone of its finest waris which the journey may be made There is no fear that the ex Emperors return will encourage the idea of There isno raonarchial party worthy of the name left in Brazil and i there were Dotn be a pas sive Instrument in partisan hands What be desires is to pass his as a the Republic He would not Mr Valente accept the crown it were tendered to him A Cattlemens Association Louis Oct For some time past there been rumors of the formation of i strong association of cattlemen to control the for their get out of the clutches of the middlemen and specula tors Andrews one of the largest stocksraisers in Texas aiid yes admitted that the scheme waa not only under consideration hut the organiza ilon almost1 accomplished i During septe vkte circulars were v sen t all ihe leading them to alssist formingthe assocJktiori A The repiiei rerl jeived were universally favorable and it is certain that a Strong will be YORK Oct 25 TRIBUNE San Francisco Chronicle World f London Half London was horriflod last nijrhion learning of tho fearful murder committed at with Jack the Kipper ferocity The woman was found at exactly 7 oclock in Grossfield road was lyinp on the pavement in a pool of blood and past all human assistance Tha doctors summoned said sbo had been dead quite half an hour Tho victim had evi dently lingered sonic ten minutes after sbo was attacked The body was then removed ix the railway station there it was found that the head had been almost severed from the body jind there several deep holes at the back of the skull which showed tho ferocity with which woman had been attnckcd Tho woman was dressed tidily the police say she had tho appearance of a domestic servant Her ago waa about 33 There 5s no doubt that death was not caused by fbe tremendous nwdpo across her throat but by blows on tho skull whieh presented a shocking siphfc The police thinkjt was the of the as it presents all the ap pearance of the crimes of a year afto In fact a letter was received atHampatoad police station yesterday from tbe Ripper sayinp that he had returned from a visit to Ireland and intended to do some work at and From thin crime it looks as if ho had carried out his throat all too for the sleepy polico officials who once more are baffled The assassin iot clear away A cabman called at the police station at 10 oclock on hearing of the crime He said he had driven a gentleman about to Chalk Farm station which is about two miles from the placo of the tragedy He was Jn a great hurry and promised the driver double faro if ho got to the station in five minutes The cabman drove fast and received eight shillings for his work Ho says the mans slothes wore muddy and collar disarranged But the man evidently thought his eonxlltion would excito suspicion and forestalled inquiry by saying he had been pljtying football and wanted to got home quickly and change his dirty things This explanation satlstied the had been well paid for bis trouble Though the crime present tbe shocking brutiility exhibited in the pair jack the Kipper tragedies the police think the man was disturbed and did not have tlmoto hack the body but a fearful pash acrossthe throat doubt that Ripper was ihe real murderer The strejViix vrh Jch thebody was found is quite select and1 Is tenanted by middleclass peo plo who have bnsiness in the city during the day and arrive home about six so that the murderer must have had but little time to attack his victim and get away unnoticed Detectives swarmed over the placo that night and batches of men been drafted to Whltechapel and all of East London to search for the murderer NOT OF TACKS CRIMES LONDOK Oct Associated The body of the woman found In South Hampstcad locality last night shows that the crime bears no resemblance to those committed by Jack the A raedi cal examination proves that the woman did not belong w the Whitechapel class The body wis that of fl woman abont thirty years of age and well clad The throat cut and the skull fractured All the pockets were empty A perambulator con taining a bloodstained fur rug was nearby It is supposed it was used to con vev the body from the spot whera the crime was committed to where it was found The bodyhas been identified as that of Mrs Hobos wife of a porter Mrs Hobbs left her bfisband yesterday taking her child whom she carried in the perambulator found near the place where the body was dis covered The whereabouts of the child isa mystery Investigation shows that Mrs Hooos whose murder caused another the Ripper scare started yesterday to visit a Mrs Piercey The house was visited today and showed marks of a terrible struggle A bloody carving knife and a bent poker smeared with blood and to which adhered locks of the womans hair wero found Piercey was arrested charged with mut dering Mrs Hobbs and child A BROKERS DOWNFAMJ He Speculated and Ported to the Amount of BROOKTOX Oct Charles TW Robinson R wellknown stock broker who has beendoing business through John Stet sons banking house in Boston is a self confessed forger The amount will not fall short of A short time since he took P Howard and Emerson Gold bwalt special partners In the brokerage LasfcMonday hearing thattba inns account with Stetson was closed they informed Robinson and insisted upon explanation He confessed the of signatures to a number of notes and has since disappeared Tbe Home National Bank of this city holds of forged paper against Goldthwait arfd Howard and a large amount is held by the Brockton National Bank and Plymouth banks Robinsons customers losses will aggregate thousands Itin feared that some will be mined falcalions The causeof hia downfall that he had boon speculating1 heaTily un known to his partners FOUR RENEGADE APACHES They Spread Terror Among the Set tlers of New Mexico SANTA PB N of Arizona Apaches evidently not than four in number have been terror izingtbe Arizona and NowMexico the past six weeks in Grant counties Cavalry ing for weeks without result persons h ave m u rdered i by Barriva a ern Grant county and his victims A Silver City dispatch are vary indignant over the the San Carlos to leave the reservation and of pursuing fbriailly opeoed fthis inj he jiiaciiinery snjooih a nd f or the k   

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