Get 1 more page view just for clicking
to like us on Facebook
Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT OF ALL THE CITY CQW3IPJED THE MOST EXTENSIVE BEST ADVERTISING MSDIUI tx rule ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION TOL SAJLT LAKE CITY UTAH THTJBSDAY OCTOBER 30 1890 PRICE FIVE CENTS BLADSTOHE ON THE TARIFF Tho Americans Injure Themives More Than Anyone Else iielcl They sin put warriors n the and urc well organized and 3nlled At last tho British expedition was at Fort TJampcJen and tho country for rntrios and tunl iiKfs The expedition is abut M and well provided with aitlllery and thu bwt 00 TAX ON THE FRENCH NOBILITY Siberian Kjriles Mutiny ami F JevvsTho Fierce of the News or Indict con n with tho i and wild ho d by Oct Gladstone arrived at Dundee today printed with the freedom of the olty and madean which In ruIVrriid to thu commerce oily said by the adoption of tho American tariff Ho would not however ho said nillliiB accusations agalnnt thu people of the United lrnectlon although it might colUUMal blows on other UhU did to the pooplo of the country which adopted such a policy thor contrast the decrease in VirliY In Knuland fmise in the United Stains found comfort for England In tbo it was not true lhat any tariff adop any ovinmont on earth could seriously with the prosperity of Oroat Krlt The olToct of tho bill would bfi to tho standard of PIICCH In tho United This mount diminished power of exportation Thin again rutant while we wore lamaROtl in one of our twenty markets wo derived honoflt in thn other ninotcori from tho dlrnlnlshod power of tho merchants oi the United Sniten to competo with British merchants In any of them this huliiK duo to an auginontatlon of prices In the United States and Increased rcstnilritn under which inorohauts of thn latter country have to work Ho advised tho manufacturers to allow America to iliid out for herself tho evil that will follow tho adoption of a higher la rill Gladstone deprecated the Itlua of u xoi voroirn Of tlio whole liritlsh omplro Inclufl Ing tho colonies and aKalnst all forfiKn countries Ho doubted much whether tho wholo omplro would cmmunt Ktirthormfiro it would lo some ex tent enlarge the commerce of this colonies It would contract It with tho real thevorkl Tho Imperial commerce was now 000 yearly and the foreign commerce Ono effect of tho Me K in ley tar III would bo to direct tho aUnntion of tho Mritlsh towards tho production of tmer Classes of goods because those borti Urn lonsl In tolerable protective duties I ho rosiilt would be to elevate and improve the tnste of tho Krlttsh manJjiiairtTH spur thorn on and stimulate tholr Ingenuity Tho probable tendency among tho Ameri would bo toward tbo manufaoture of bho coarser Ums degrading tholr pro In of protection the com merce between America and Jreat Britain had improved Thu word prolyoUou wast u misnomer It ought to ho It is a delu sionand a fraud America was a country that oouUl boat afford to try this strange and astonishing experiment Hor natural will soil minerals and vast territory made her a world in horsolf Tlio presonco of there omumoufl advantages lielped to dis the truth from tho btit tho McKinloy law would Involve a1 fearful waste of resources by which the pooplo ought to be made strong and happy DRIVEN TO MUTINY How a French Deputy Proposes to AboliHh Titles PAIIM Oct Francisco Chrnntclo Mo roaus bill looking to the entire abolition of titles In France hy taxing them heavily was offered yesterday It proposes an annual Impost thus graded For tho prefix 500 francs for the title of baron 5000 francs vlcomte francs conite francs francs duke francs nnd for that of prince irancs for duko or count with the prefix of highness francs and prince with tho samo prolix francs Tho scheme is Ingen iously devised but scarcely practicable as If a Republican majority should doem It politic to deprive the descendants of tho old nobility of thft prestige now left them they would probably vote to do so directly The Until Govern THE HAOUK Oct todays session of Iarllament on tho question regarding thn fitness of the King to govern In view oi his state of health by a vote of 100 to iVtho Parliament doclarrw his Majesty Incapable of governing Tho Council of State has been temporarily Invested with regal pow ers Lincoln Coining Home LONDON Oct Lincoln United States Minister left today for Liverpool wliMu he will embark for been granted a leaves Government January RESULTS OF PROTECTION Secretary Blaine Tells How the Coun try Has Prospered PRICES HAVE STEADILY FALLEN Under the Protective System a Vast Number of Railroads Have Been Built and the Population More Than Funds for tho Doubtful Districts of absence by tho Ho will return to England in Tho Australian Strike BYONKV Oct thousand strikers deduced in favor of continuing the siTiuwlo Rioting In Adelaide today was caused by unionists molesting nonunion inert The Mayor of Toulon Arrested TOULON Oct Mayor of tho city was arrested on a charge of conspiracy to procure un abortion upon his mistress the nvifeofa naval olllcor Tho woman and midwife wero also arrested They Declined to Answer Oct Among the witnesses cfillerl for the prosecution In tho conspiracy case was Simon Gleuson and Alice Sadler Much ru fused answer and woro oornuiittod to jail till Friday KxilftM Overpower Their Guard ami Flos tho tJouminndor LONDON Oct 9an Francisco tale of HitlVerlng revolt and butchery comes from Siberia A company of convicts wore johig taken down tho river Lena In a steamer tr Yakootsk under military Thoy sutfcrod great privations and had boon treated with intolernblo cruelty on boardTvo of them woro logged for uoin plalnlns the treatment uul others wero confined U the noisome nnd stifling hold under ilwk were dlsre KaifJod and In despair they agalns their Thoy HUtlrlsLtl tho unldltrs IKarnuMl ami bound am tying tholr commanding iHoor to tho mast whippoil him with the samo Instrument with which their compan ions had biiMi flogged They morel fully llfo and then nsdllng up in tho a recounting thoir grlovnneos tliOV left tlxe vessel and Hod into tho in tertnr Tho stoamor wan allowed to Its way to Yakootsk whoro it arrived tho next day Tho Yukontsk sent troops In purMiiit of the fugitives Tho latlor had dlsprrsotl but at accounts seven of the fugitives luul tuvn ovortakin two of whom had beiii klllod and fivo made prisoners At Quiot at HKIINK Oot Quiet Is restored at Fri nru the soenoof yoritordays conflict be tween Uio Radicals and Conservatives vjrowr ing out of tbe Cantonal oloctlons held Suu day Tho Shippers Counsel LONDON Out Sir Charles Russell has boon retnitiod to defend Slavln and Mo Atititle In the trial for engaging In aprize fight Murdered hy Moonlighters Oct band of Moolight crs in County Olare murdered a glrluaniocl Ilanagan and hor mother GREED FOR FAME AND PLUNDER THE JMOTIVI5S THAT Til 1C Tho IfeUof ofifiinlii WJIH ft Sooondnry sldorntloM Iildiitoniinfc Troupo Hits to Say About Stanley DKSTITUTION OF THTi JKW8 Scenes Poverty and Squalor Wit in Towns pKTBKSHlUiO Oct Dis piich rraiclKon Wrnniclf Tho Moscow aiftt6 describing tho staio of the Jews In UwrtlisohflT says The streets ot the Jewish QUartor uf town aro not more four fwtwide On either side of them tumblodown old houses sooiu ready fall id Children aro lying before i Inhouses on tho street In a state of almost nvuJUy wallowing in the slough iviuong tbenn numbers of slovenly miahors of tbo children stretched out and lengthways on tho street niuler oovor of tho burning iho statistician M writing on the condition of the Jews in the government uf 0 rod no says By far the greater of tho Jewish population aro poor ami are idwuvs engrossed by ono carehow 6 get tiumiiatly bread Hurdened with numer ous families the crowded state In which Iivo surpasses anything one can con ttjivo as pnssihlu breiiuontly ono hut eon HlsUng of three or at most four rooms hxlues as many as twelve families whoso lives HIV all an unbroken series of privations and pains Wholti families live on throequarters of a pound of bread ono herring and a few onions i A IMISKCK TlilBE The ifatalclej Rlny Give the Whites ConsiderableTrouble LONDON Oct Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Series report of the massacre of fi number of MashonaUind pionoera by Wataboles fs not credited In London and at tho olTlco of tho British South African Company nothing baa boon board justifying the rumor However it has caused much anxiety as it is woll known that tno warriors are genorally hos tile to tbe settlement of iMashonatnrul and that has had much ditliculty in re stntlulnir thomifrom attack upon tbo whites Tbb Mafcabelosluwo hitherto bad treo roln in tho Inhabitants at will aSiuliCivrryIng them oil slavery arrivalof tho British the people no longer stand In terror ottbo fiorco Mawibolos and is possible that this attitude may havo provoked thb Tho ittttor are the most Dowerfu militarynatlOBi TIOSTON Oct Francisco Chronicle addition to what was printed aa coining from Mr Tioso Troupe of the Stanley expedition on tho charges in ado by Mr Stanley against tho lato Major Mr Troupe says bassoon fit to specify two things which Major Kurhtolotditl which called forth censure from him Ono was tho shooting of a Zanzibar porter fur stealing tnoat and another the Hogging of Soudanese soldiers for some broach of discipllno Now Stanley has thai all mixed Tho Soudanese soldier was shot for desertion and for stealing a pun ami feu rounds of ammunition and the wjss lloggod for stealing meal shooting alViiiroccurred in this man One night ono of tho Soudanese sol diers deserted camp while on guard taking him his gun uric ammunition A re ward was offorcd for his recapture and ho wlis brought back by Arabs That same ritv a courtmartlal was held and tho man was condemned to be shot Messrs Ward ami Bonnoy voted in favor of shooting the wretch and Jameson and myself wore op nosed to such harsh measures Major teiot cast tbo deckling voto hi favor of shooting Tbo HoUller was taken out at tho next morning and shot by Ills own com rades I was not present at the execution bad voted against it because 1 did not think tho occasion demanded It Tho others wero equally conscientious in voting as they did It was a legal and if those who condemn it were In Major Bart tutots placo they might have done tho samo thing Mr Stanley fLcouses mo of cowardice In not iniorforlngwhon 1 saw Major Harttelot Ottlng trouble with tho natives lie told nio 1 should havo forced my advice up on him Ho also told me that I should have put tho Major in irons for shooting that sol dior and sent him back to England in dis graoo What nonsense Mr Stanley knows 1 had no rijht to interfere with tbo com mander of the ournp Major Barttolot would have been justltied in shooting mo on the spots He was In command not I While that was not a military expedition It was absolutely necessary to havo discipline and ood discipline required but ono head ono commander He was selected by Mr Stan ley and I relUnato my charge that Mr Stanley Is primarily responsible any blunders made StanleyIs a great explorer Jout bo went into this for fame aisd for what be could get out of it Ho lias no more philan thropy than my boot I will go further am say that the expedition was In the naturt of speculation and not a philanthropic re lief movement Tho capitalists who buckod it wero after tbe Ivory which Emln Push was supposed to havo collected Tho of tho expedition had tbo promise of a cer tain sbaro of the big supply of ivory whlcl was expected as a reward for their service Kinin Piusluis roloasiowas a secondary con sideration entirely He didnt want to bo relftasotf liafl up thcro tcu or Ivo and the expedition must necessarilv lose some of tho glamour which surrounds i when it Is known that greed for anc of bumanity prompted the STANTjEY STILlj RVADKS an intecview In tbo Tctiwaph Stanley stil indulges In and ovadqs tbo charge that he left the scum of his men withHart telot lie declares the bud state of the re a column was iluoto oociirenees too horrible to describe Answering the charges mutlp by Troupe fn Amur leu Stanley huccuso Troupe of Stanley and1 wife sai for Now York ay In ar iirtiolo In tho Cohtctnporani Rwiciu Poteis asseiti that Jtanley moie tluu onco thtoateivedto force to the const and makes s6vera nhitvcrfiM entirely twVivo years and had held bis own all right facts explain the entire situation SOOTTT REND Oct G Blaino readied here at noon A grand reception was arranged but through some mlsunder sranding the people failed to appear until Blaine been carried to the homo of James Oliver for lunch There was snow on the ground and rain was falling so there were only a few ventured out to meet the distinguished statesman A speech was de livered at 2 oclock at tho town skating rink largo and enthusiastic crowd of South Bond and Goshen Republicans Notwithstanding the disagreeable weather a great crowd of people was in all that couklpossibly crowd into tho rink as sombled there and gavo Hlalne a mosc onthuslastle reception Blaine said there is nosubjectso coiiiinuoiisly misrepresented In this country as the tar ill ITo would dis cuss no particular accUon of the MuKlrilcy bill but called tho attention of the people 0 the fact that today they owe tholr pros joriliy iu a larger degree to tlio system of ruteeUon than to any other law ever passed by Congress The Democratic talking a great deal about the I v unco in prices and the oppression of the oor man Under the lasjfree which idLd in ISIJI tho people paid moro for that entered into their livmg 1 ncl household expenses than today yet ho whole country Is resounding with the tppoats of tho purty to vote ijtainst tho Ropiiblloans for making high rices During twoutynlnu years of pro ectivo policy the tendency of prices for uxuries and necessities has been steadily protection does so much for the indl Uluul yon canhave a far greater subject to contemplate when jou look at aguie of the couiitry under that sys There is no country on the globe vliose progress can compare with ours We tavo more railways than all tho continents mil islands in the winId Nearly livesixths f tJusHH roads havo boon built since thp Ylo Miblicans havo boon in power T use this iliuply as an illustration Is the argessl single interest we During the twentynine years of protection wo have onsideriibly more than doubled tho popula oftho Wo have acquired despite tho strain on fche people Of paying tho ex penses of a bloody civil war a sum almost incalculable When a man says to you that yon aro Injured and pinched In your daily Iving In consequence of this tar IIV ask him f you did nob pay more under trade than you do now I think this a good question to put to every Domporot f Congress has taken another step and vindicated the reputation of Republican party which is always ready to take n stop Cotward They call you to witness that all tho great movements of advance that have boon takon have boon takou by tho Repub licans while the Democrats shouted Yu oantdo Loud Mr Blaino then wont on to disouss reci procity For a hosaid Re publican party was divided on it That showed that they wero reasoning 711011 In duo time they became solid for it When the Republicans were divided on tho ques tion tho Democrats unanimous for it but just as soon as tho Republicans became unanimous you couldnt gee a Democrat to vote for it at all If tho Democrats had a good idea the Republicans would stand by them Tho Democrats wont stand by us unless the Republican party is divided T do not call thaf wise financieringor patri otic conduct Wo should not divide when the prosperity of 1ho country is involved An American Is a great deal bigger man either a Democrat or a Republican Any Democrat or any Republican makes himself smaller it he will stand in the way of American prosperity It may harm his party No great results can come from that The republics of this continent should be brought closer together and when we can help them and they help us It is business to do so Reciprocity is bringing those nations closer together and 1 believe in tho nexttwo years we can open to tho farmers of tho UnitedStates a market for thirtyfive millions of people in addition to what wo now havo 10 is a greater stop of progress than the Democratic party has takon in tho last fifty years These aro simple facts and not In conclusion Mr Rlainosaid Wo want tbo Republicans of Indiana united to stand together as they did on tho lield of battle durliig the of war Indiana is ono of the lighting States Yon aro trained in political lighting You have never bad an easygoing election since I can remem ber and this time follow Republicans stand too to too It to tho bitter end You want to watchthis for If you stand up other States will be stronger Indiana has given strength to this country in its President and she should not go back In a single degree on the President who sits In the executive chair Immediately after the speaking Blaine took the train for Ply mouth where he joins bis family en route to Yfashingtou THE DEMOCKAT1G ARGUMENT DR RYLANCE VINDICATED He Takes All the Money His Libeller Can Kaise NEW YORK Oct Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle olas Quackenbos an ecclesiastical lawyer and a member of St Marks church in Eighth street this city last winter accused the rector Rev Dr Joseph H Rylance of Improper conduct Dr Rylance demanded an open trial and when it came off Sir Quackenboss charges fell to tho ground for lack of proof Thereupon Dr promptly brought a libel suit for damages apalnst Lawyer Quackonbos in the Superior Court Judgment was given in favor of Dr Rylance for the full amount last April An execution was taken against Mr Quackenboss property last July It was promptly returned unsatisfied When Mr Quackenbos returned from tbo country in the latter part of September an execution was issued against his person and Deputy Sheriff Burns arrested him He traveled around in Hurnss custody for three weeks tryiog to raise tho All be could set tosother was S2000 When this was reported to Dr Rylance he instructed Messrs Lcavotr Keith his at torneys to accepr it Me said he did not want todistress hislibeller Satisfaction papors filed in the Superior Court to day auci Lawyer Quaokenbos was a free man NO SCARCITY OF NICKEL TOO MUCH PROSPERITY THE WORLDS SUPPLY 3TOII DKIVtANDS InvestiffJitioiis by he Navy Department Sliowa That Ic Wood Not Pay Kxtor tionato Jricos for Armor Plato Alloy Thats Whats the Matter With the Union PaciUc A DIAGNOSIS BY PRESIDENT ADAMS The Main Was Never in Better Shape and Ifthe Weather Per in its the Short Will Be Bet Important Caucus NO SARATOGA TOTATOKS Tlic Donbtfnl Supplied WithCampaign unls WASHINGTON Oct Dis Francisco Series The Democratic Congressional Committee has intu McKinloyS district each Into Flicks Hendorsous and Lacya districts S5000 into oaoh of tbo Connecticut districts and a similar amount into each of eight New York districts The Suit YORK Oct Raegonor has filed a report in the caeo of Talmadge Martin printers and Treasurer Lounsberry National Re publican League in which thatthe action against tbe League missed with costs j ANOTHER DYNAMITE SHELL A New Invention Success fully Ex perimented With SYRAGUSEi Oct This city seems destined toibeconie identi fied with the dynamite car tridges Dr Justin is notlalorie in kbe field nowr of the Arms Company and also of 1 have successfully conducted the dynamite cartridges frc ma gun on the farm weref3red a range mile inw tho safely and ploded These shollslin no on the pat ent of Dr JustinVtlVo oplv similarity being tho uvoof anoutpi iml an Jnner iholl In the Tustln shell air is used as tho cushion in the Lefevui shell tho cushioning tor the inner which contains the explo sive is accomplished by springs nicely NKW YORK Oct Wash ington dispatch Tho Secretary of tho Navy has decided not to make any immediate pur chase of nickel to bo used as alloy in the inannfncturo of stool armor plates When the armor trials at Annapolis demonstrated the victory of nickel plate it was expected that nickel would advance In price As far as the information possessed by the Depart ment could form abase of some difficulty in procuring the metal was looked for arnl Congress was asked to make vision for tho purchase of nickel without deiiiy Tho urgency of the matter was made more obvious by the ellorts making by for eign armor or ordnnnce Vnanufactnrers to secure for their prodxict of tho Caimda mines which was regarded as tbe most accessible Tt scorns that no Inquiry had ever boon made into tbo exact quantity of nickel In the world Disinterested parties were some what at variance on the subject and statements made by operators of nickel mines In effect the metal was scarce were evidently accepted The Department detailed five ofllcors to reporton the nickel mines of tho world with a view to their pro duotivonnss Commodore Folger chief naval otTicor visited fche mine af Sudbnry in Cmvidi nnd brought back some specimens Lieutonant was sent totho mines in Nevada and officers attached to the United States legations abroad visited tho sources of nickel In Europe Iho rc suitsofthese oxaroinations show that tbo supply of nickel is not If now appears that there la smalloc casion for immediate action According to the reports all tho nickel required can be secured at the prices proposed bv the Government It was discovered culv that a resort tocompeUtivo bids would remove the liability of anything llko Imposition upon theDepartment and tho subsequent inquiries into the quality quan tity and cost of nickel have demonstrated blritlothins short of acombination among tho nickel miners would force tho price to tbo degree of extortion Tho statements to the atti lude of tlio Government regardingnickel increased its price do not apply to the Navy Department whose purchases of nickel aro limited only within a million dollar appro priation Wblle the Annapolistests unde affected nickel ore the material ference of cost will concern thosanations which will adopt nickel plate Whatever tho difference may be it does not seem to involve the United States ThisGovern according of its rcpresenta iives has developed a condition of affairs that leaves purchasing price of nickel almost optional WAITEDA FREE A Desperate Traveler StartsforHis Destination With a Riish RMADING San Francisco Chronicle after midnight an unknown stranger rushed into tbo dispatchers oflloe of the Reading railroad here and demanded pass to hethreat ened to fight the official and rushed but Into the train gallery where two endues and an empty passengertrain of four cars were stnndiW At the pistols polut the man drove olfthe engineav of ono of tbe engines nnd mouiued the officer witih his drawn the man with his other the throttle and theenginc started with a rush The loco motive crashed into the passenger car train pushed it andthe engine thep started for Lebanon at rate of SPAfter going lialf a an officer who hud iumpod on the train shut down the brakes and stopped It Just as a posse of officers caught up to the rear engine man leuped from the cab and sscaped In tbe darkness and the train was brought back to the oity Tbe offender has not yet been ap prcheudert Tho hind platform of the rear Kennans Account Tvue i Ni5TV YORK Oct Dispatch San Francisco There arrived in Now York from abroad last week a Russian who until recently was a political oxilo in Siberia Ho was sent there for in his a copy of Buckles History of He had pre viously when published phlet which wasconstrued as showing some hostile reelingto the He stillered and has He now comes to America to make it his home He tiells an iiitcrestin story of his experiences and saysKenjians sketches OMAHA Oct to In regard to the physical condition of tho Union Pacific and recently put in circulation about it President Adams said tonight They aro mainly malicious and originated as wo hero well know with some of the officials recently discharged from tho companysservice I have just been over the main lino from Ogdcn to Omaha and it is in far better physical con dition than I ever saw it before Tho con dition of the Oregon Short Lino Is not nearly as good but this is wholly duo to tho fact that the ties contracted for it last year were largely swept away by tho spring freshets and the deliveries which should have boon March April and May were not made until August September and October Those tics aro now being put under the track as rapidly as possible ami if the cold weather holds off theroad will be u good condition by tho 1st of December As to tho traffic of the road the only nistakothe officials havo made has been to ry to do this years business with last gears equipments Tho Board of Directors ully appreciating tho growth of tonnage ample provision for Ono hundred uid seventy locomotives uro to be added to our power and some freight cars or a iow locomotive other day of the year uid half a full train of freight cars for every day of the year The orders for this equip wero at the usual time but owing U tho crowded condition of tho shops at the East tho contracts havo not yet been 11 led and the deliveries which should have been made in October have not yet come Accordingly our facilities have eon ovcTcrowded and wo have had more than the usual number of wrecksand de ays This is rapidly being remedied and there is every reason to believe the difficul ties under which wo havo labored will be wholly removed by tbe middloof November After a very careful examination I am satisfied that tho only thing tbo Union Pacific is now suffering from is a plethora of ichcs It is nuiolr in tho position of a Kindred horsepowor engine which Is worked move machinery requiring a hundred anclfifty horsepower The engine s badly racked in the effort What ever rumors maybe circulated these are the facts in regard to the Union Pacific aud it will inevitably soappear a little later on Tho necessary remedy for the trouble has ilready been applied that is tho service las been reduced within tho limits of the facilitiesat tho companys command and he effort to do too much with insufficient means has been A U P CAUCUS A Generally Disastrous Year for the Now York Farmers SARATOGA N Oct Dis Francisco Chronicle Series extent of the potato rot in this section is al most appalling considering the dependence which was being placed upon this crop to even up the farmors balance sheet of a thns far Tbo crops have yielded poorly nnd except in isolated in stances the fruit crop has boon light Early potatoes wero ruined by tho drought and yielded poor returns Tho late crop how ever had promised fairly well uud reports being well founded of the almost total fail ure of the crop in Michigan and other great sections the farmers looked for a fair yield and remunerative prices The yield proves to have boen largely in excess of expectations but those dug early and housed were aitacked by rot and in many instances upon resorting onehalf were found worthless Tbo later digging in many cases has been abandoned there not being a sufficient number of sound ones to pay for tbo labor Some farmers who ordinarily would havo hundreds of bushels to sell will have hardly enough for tholr own use and buyers are having car loads of potatoes re turned to them as not belns tit for market Tbe failure of this crop completes tbo rec ord of another disastrous your NOT mm OF THE sioux Commissioner Morgan lias So Fears of an Uprising THE REPORTS ARE NEWSPAPER BOSH General Miles Makes His Annual Report More Artillery Regi ments Needed and Coast Should Bo Shoups Report be will be federation of the locomciclveeng ecrs with the brakemen orsaiid other railway Asstated last the majority favorin federation presented at Brothcrhooc the has finally decided not tOfed erate with Othersorganization Th matter wifcKeacirof tho tivcj cliyisibns to i join haiids wjlthi theother lievesUn A Defaulters van bis accounts wore short ordered ST JonS Quebec Oct Innati locked up yesterday moining secured 11 aveind after fatallyjvoundmg fcwo bios A posso of citizens finally compelled to shoot him before h oould President Adams Calls All the MJIII afters to Omaha Oct to TRXB is a caucus of magnates in the union Pacific headquarters today and the esser officials and employees are confi dently expecting to hear something drop President Adams willremain iu tho city until tomorrow evening and has called a conference of all the general managers and high officials of the road Ho spent the day VicePresident Holcomb and Mr Brinkerhoff general manager of the Nebraska division They were joined to day by General Managers Kessegule of tbo mountain division Meek of the Colorado division and McNeil of tbe Pacific division Theso officials arrived today and will raake reports of the condition of theirdivisions to the president and consult with him con corning matters of interest to tho road in creneijal Tames M Barr late superintendent of the Nebraska division of the Union Pacific has accepted the position of division superin tendent of tho Chicago Milwaukee St Paul havingunder his direction tbG di vision of tho Milwaukee between Chica and Marion Iowa Mr Barr leftvfor Chi cago last night and will assume the duties of his new position on November 1st Bo wasoffered a1 the Pacific dlvisioi of the Union Pacific hut felt that he hac not been properly treated by that company and so refused it THE U P BOYCOTT The Officials Do Not Think It AVil Reduce the Income BOSTON Oct is stated at the ofile of the Union Pacific that the reported boy cott of the Union Pacific is nothing novel the railways connecting with it at Counci Bluffs haying with the exception of tb Ghicaco Northwestern it for some timeIn the judgrnen of the Union Pacificofficials both East am West the boycott will haveno materialef feetso far as any reduction of lucomo i concerned for its business is fully pro tected the company being able to reach points independentlyof the companies in tbe boycott Railroad Magnates to Meet NEW YORK Oct Dispatc Francisco Chronicle Series Pier pont Morgan exSecretary AVilliam C Whitney and other capitalists have starte Western They will be joine at Cincinnatiby President In galls of th BiTFour Manvel of th Atcbison arid i their jourhc i westerly It is understood s jj j Avlll meet lay Gould and 0 P HuntingtODviaDdtbattbejourney is under a view to the harmonizing of tb AtcbisonHuutington in in respect to the proposed Soutbern Pa Tf rbm ocean to ocean A Samijj A STEAMSHIP INVENTION Connecticut Mechanic Proposes Use Three Propellers BlUDGBVORT Ock 20 Francisco Chronicle ingenious mechanic in thiB city James lamilton has linished a working model of n entirely new method of adjustment of ropcllors for ocean steamships H consists f three groat horizontal shafts lying par illel to each other nnd extending outward rom tho stern of the vessel To each shaft i threeblade screw propeller is attached he central or middle one being in a roll just wice that of the other two propellers Within the vessel tho three shafts aro oineil transvorsoly with strong rods and lave clamps attached so that one or all can instantly detached if necessary A tri ie expansion ciiKinc of great power is to un each shaft The inventor claims that lift system will jdve a uniform motion nd with the horsepower exerted by the engines will give far greater results In other word if lOiOOO horsepower exerted in two propellers gives a vessel a speed of wenty miles air hour tho same power ex erted on three propellers will give twenty five miles an hour BETTER THAN MEDICINE Sick Miss Butterworth Marries Her and Distressed Ltovev WASHINGTON Oct Mary Butter worth daughter of Congressman Butter worth of Ohio was today married to Hugh Waite Howe of the State The was to have taken place tomor row but last Friday Howe was taken ill with pneumonia and bis condition was ag gravated by distress of mind because of his liability to keep his engagement tomorrow When Miss Buttorworih learned this fact she proposed that all formalities bo dis pensed with nnd the wedding take place at Mice ill Howes s5ck room Tbo physicians decided that thte would be the best possible tiling for the patient andaccordingly the wedding ceremony occurred today CAME LIKE AN APPARITION YOUNG WOMAN Oir WHORE IIKR MOTHKK HAD NEVER Hor Twin csler Dies and She Comos Forward to Comfort Hr Tar Strange Story NKW YORK Oct Dispatch Francisco Chronicle hand some young woman 21 years old with golden iair and blue cyos holdinga letter in her land rang the doorbell of ono of the frame cottages in 176thstreet between Madison uid Washington avenues last Wednesday and then timidly waited for the door lo open There had beer a death in that house scarcely a week before The daughter An nie TMftyer a handsome girl had succumbed to pneumonia and left her widowed mother silllanced husband to mourn for her The young woman who stood with a letter wis almost un exact counter part of tbe dead When the door was opened Mrs Meyer a Dinan well past middle ago dressed in black looked out She stared at her visitor as if she had been confronted with appa ritionfrom the other world While the young woman hesitatingly held out tho let tor Mrs Meyer made a short step forward tried hold out her hands and then dropped in a heap just inside tbo door The girl shrieked and a young man ran out from one of the Mo looked at the girl much in the same way as Mrs Meyer had Then he ran up to her and putting his arms around her before she knew what be was going to do kissed her Together they carried Mrs Meyer into a pleasantlittle parlor and laid her on the sofa She came to presently and stared around like a person in delirium Who are you she asked You are like my Annie who has beea dead not yet a Tbe letter revealsd a story which sounds like a romance and after the doctor had read it bo told Mrs Meyer that the young woman was a daughter whom she bad known nothing about and who was a twin with the dead girl The shock was almost too much for tbo mother and there wasia most aiTectiiig and pathetic scene be tween the daughter united for the lirst time since the of the The story which would not be believed were the facts noc prove Iw dates back twentyfive years when Mrs Meyer birth to twins Bnr health was Thorn iswas seenthis morning about the re tiViA RflfiftThOmas save wretched she was unconscious the father and agreedto takeaway one of the babied She was placed to charge of Mrs Hirsoh street Hoboken and with remained until she at tained full on tho death of her sister It was decided that she should return to the paternal roof Mrs Meyers grief has thus been turned to joy MIZN ERS COUUSE COMME A Wise and Conservative Cburse Under Trying Circumstances G0ATAMALA Oct DiS i Francisco Chronicle lSfow that it is generally known that the American Minister has been completely vin dicated by his tSbvermrientih the Barrundia everywhere expres sionsofapproval of his course in rnaintam ing under trying circular stances No one who has spent some tinie in the various Central Americancountries can form the slightestidea what IT means 10 be Minister to five differenti jand eiitirelyv leach of wiiich is constantly at more ofthe The person who fancies the Oct Francisco Chronicle Much of the talk we read In tho news papers about a threatened uprising among Sioux is nioro said Commissioner of Indian Affairs Morgan to your pondent this evening It is true that tho old scoundrel Sitting Bull is working all tho superstitions which the Indians aro affected with for all thatis in thorn and It Is true also that lie is standing In with thomodlclno men of tho tribe who are never so happy as when they aro ongagod in causing trouble Those schijmes make thorn prominent aiurenable them to retain thoir hold on the Indians of their tribe It is trno also that some of Sioux being beguiled with tho fiction that an Indian millcnlum Is at hand that tho time is near too when they will again take possession of the land and bunt and fish and kill and murder as thoir habit in other days But notwithstanding all this wo have not thus far discovered any signs of an up rising only the discontent of tho peaceful methods that they aro now compelled to pursuo Should wo discover any signs Sioux arc going to take up arms again we shall not be taken unawares Wo aro prepared for them at any hour of the day or night Wo are not relaxing our vigil ance and we shall strike quick and bard when we do strike and by doing possibly prevent another Indian uprising for all time to OKNERAYj RETORT WASHINGTON MajorGonoral Miles in his annual report of the Military Division of tho PaciCc while reportingthe tono and character of sorvSco most excellent says any system Is defective which leavoa with littlo advance ment and slight hope of recognition tbo class of citizens who devote themselves en tirely to the military service Tho artillery branch should be Increased by at least two regiments and tho sarao organization bo Kiven the Infantry that exists in tho boat armies of the world namely a throe battalion organization General Mllos sayH tho various methods resorted to to reduce desertions have not to auy considerable ox tent done so Tie believes tbat wo are approaching a solution of the prob lem and that tho measures rocentlyiadopted arc stops in the direction The holding of discontented Indian tribes on the San Carlos reservation especially alone river which to them nnd often always be a source of danger and As several military posts and in the department are abandoned ho recom mends that they bo at once occupied by dlans or converted into industrial schools and that the Mohave and Yuma be removed at once from tbe sickly Gila val ley The San Carlos Indians now San Carlos river and the White mountains should be located on a sufficient part of the reservation and the remainder thrown open to such use as can bo made of it by the citi zens Tbe tribes would bo more easily con trolled when separated and removed from such regions as they aro now compelled to occupy The General dwells at considerable length on the coast defense question reiterating his wellknown views on tho subject Re cent practice maneuvorHOf the English aavy have ho says the fact that their powerful navy could not defend oven the limited coasts of that island and Jtria useless to suppose that any navy we can construct can defend our extensive aeaconst Land batteries are far more armored ships as means of defense I recom mend that sites for coast defenses bo secured without delay that a gun foundry bo estab lished on the Pnciiic Coast and onefourth of the appropriation forecast de fense be made every year for the next four IT STRIKES THU cmioiANS FAVOHABDY Minister Egan advises the State Depart ment that thePrcsident of Chili has expressed to him his most cordial approval of tbo propo sitions of the recent International Confer ence especially the proposed adoption ot a common silver coin for circulation in all the American Republics This wovild tho President thinks by making silver tha American standard of value In contradic tion to gold as the Europeanstandard more than any other movement to ext and consolidate the influence of tbo United States and increase her commerce WitH tfce Republics of South America GOVERNOR SHOOFS REPORT The annual report of Governor Shoup of Idaho cMJmates the valca of tho property of theTerritory at About throoSUhs of the agriculturallanaa of Idaho are arid and muss be irrigated to be productive Owing to the sevemyof the last winterheavy losses were Inflicted on the iivo stock industry A satisfactory increase is shown in the production of tho mines tbo output last year being double that of any former season As to the Mormons tho Governor nays to all appearances theyhave resolved to aban don polygamous practices MEXICO RETALIATES Tax on do She ported T the syna cbntrolof t privilege ofOCCupySng it Mir Mizners coolness iivtacing a atbini frenzied Is absbiute calm un u lideserycil criticismsofbisconduct asa diplomat Pacific and tbe Willamette Valley Coast were yesterday of a iccoiver on the petttilon Farmers of tbe bondholders Places ft Prohibitory Am ericani Cattle KASSAS Oct There was consid erable excitement today among the Kansas City stockmen relating to advices received from Mexico to tbo effect that that country bad placed duties of per car on V can cattle If the advices are true practically i ruins the live stock tradebe 5 ween this country and Mexico The the Mexican government is regarded here a retaliatory one precipitated by tbe fa the Mexicans have of the MoKInley bill ins been rumored sto ths city for the past Mexican government was movo of this but nobhihg in it until ceived from agents today apparently firminc NEW Oct San Antonio dispatch also Mexican Governtaent tax of S500 a car on and c tbe per beadis placed bogs As thereare n be greatly raised w Assistant 8
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 155+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.