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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING ALL JHE OTHER DAILIES CITY COMBlWED THE BEST IMRTlSiKG KEDIUI ROCKY MOUMTAm REGION 215 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY MORNING OCTOBER 31 1S90 PKICE FIVE CENTS BALFOURS EYES OPEHED lie Can Ho longer Deny That the Irish Are Esteecl TRAVELING WITHOUT A POLICE ESCORT DavTtt Pope Has IVcwa Introduces Prince n HiH Dynamite Story Narrow Tlie Faith in Morloy and others that tho land question ought to bo settled by the British Parllai mont JJefitrorigly advised tho Government drop tho prosecution of Dillon and Sir Michael on the Tariff Oct Sir Michael Hicks Beanli n a speech at Kllmarnock said the government would con tlnuo Its hlsh policy and uphold the Scotch church Ho objected to any mftddlinK with tho working hours of ddiilt labor Referring to tho McKinley bill be said similar attempts In the past had expanded English trade The heavy duties on tin plate for Instance would bo a detriment to the American fruit trade Oct Snu Francisco result of Mr tour through tho congested in Irolaml Is expected to bo marlo during tlio coming session of Parlia ment Iti wifnfs modification of the provisions of Mio Gimirtimmit Irish Laud Purchase bill In tho direction of further ameliora tion of cinviltion of tho distressed parta of MIC ifnintry It Is confidently believed that the Hvidfincfi of hlH own Hormos will him tho truthfulness und urjaiicv of of tho situation whliih Intvji Imen all alont put forward by thci Liberals nnd that political expediency If no bettor motive will influence him to pay mid to tbo demand of tho Hrltish imilori for a more Just treatment of Ireland He will have for himself for the first time in Ills life tho aotual condition of the IrhJi people in the ICHSI fortunate portions of than ever convinced that homo rule wus nt GUZMAN BLANCO BUYINGARMS the nanaeea but ho agreed with Parnell He Is Stirred Up by an Open Letter of the Venezuelan President NEWYORK Oct San Francisco Chrnnicle pres ent indications another South American revolution is uromiscd Private advices re ceived in this city today state that Guzman Blanco exPresidentof Venezuela is in Antwerp buying arms with to equip his followers for aj invasion of his native country Sefior Blanco has been living In Kuropo for a number of years lu fact ever since it was developed by his defeat for re election to the presidency that his power in was at an end An open rupture between hira andthe present Venezuelan Government has never befoie occurred but lit was tacitly understood that he coulci not with safety return to tho scone of his for mer triumphs Now according to SciiorDon Carlos who arrived from Venezuela late on Tues day night this secret misunderstanding has been made public through an open letter published by President Palacios This let tor Is addressed to Gimnari Blanco former President of the and is a severo arraignment of Blancos course while chief executive of tho country It states among other things that Blanco alone is responsi ble for the humiliating position in which Venezuela now finds herself In relation to the Territorial dispute with England and condemns without stint of words the rights grunted by Blanco to tho Government of Croat Britain It Is In response to this open letter news of which reached Sefior Blanco some time ago that ho is supposed to have made his visit to Antwerp for the purpose of prepar ing to take active measures against his ad versaries The Mure Clausem Question LONDON Oct on tho JJohiIrig Sea matter tho says Wo think that tho question of marc which Mr Blaine appears to doslro to thrust into itho ground must be dealt with before process Is possible When that is settled England will bo perfectly ready to co operate with America In dealing with the Boluing Sea marauders A Portuguese Monopoly LONDON Oct Lisbon correspond ent of the says tho Iortugueso Gov ernment has granted to a syndicate a monopoly the Importation of wheat and reduced tho Import duties on wheat in ex chango for an annual payment from tho to the Treasury Must IerHOOUte the Jewe ST PKTKRSBiniC I Oct 30 General Groesses Issued an order to the police com manding rlKld ndhorcncy to tha letter of the law and saying that they must compel families of Jews expelled from the ompiro cr transferred from part to another to accompany them THE BERING CONTENTION Panneefote and Blaine Will Discuss the Proposition to ATTITUDE OF THESECRETARY OF STATE General linger Submits His Annual Tobacco Men of Cuba Anxious for Ar kansas Postmaster Forced to Capit ulate A ItAWLKSS FRENCHMAN The fact that Mr BaKour Is traveling In Ireland in the specially diHsatlsiIfd locali ties without police protection 1st Htrongly Disapproved by many of tho Comuvrvatlve party but tho majority feel no approhnnslorj to personal snfety In view of tho more reasonable Idea of the Irish character which thoy have recently come to appreciate and thoy OVIMI exhibit iangfir at tho suggestion that tho Cdlof Secretary IH likely to moot with any thing but respect HO far the outward dmnoiiHtnUloris of tho people are concerned Mitchell flomry with whom Mr Half our staid for one Flight to tho that the town of Hallynannls In County Mayo contaltiH fortyfive taverns to a population of and has just petitioned for seven more for one whlrh a license lias been granted IIo ankn thd Liberals to draw a moral from this circumstance as to whether Irish wrongs are wholly political does not meotlon tho size of tho business of thu places which ho speaks of as PtntMN Oct Today Balfour traveled from Kylomnro fifty nilltis to Curraroo one of tho poorest villages In tho congested districts Tho few people Been wore apathetic At a League convention In Llmorlck to day John OConnor warned Halfour nob to mis Interpret tho Irish respect and try to make political capital out of his visit or he would bo treated as the Prince o Wales DAVITTS DYNAMITE STORY Trlnoo Dhuleep Sinph or India En ters Upon tho Scono LONDON Oct 30 TrcrBUNis Dispatch Stin Francisco Series Michael DavlU will resume his revolutions In to morrows tamio of tho Labor World Ho will say A Qarjornl woll known but whoso name 1 will not now give brought about an inter vlow botwoon Envoy No 2 and Uio In dian Irlnoe Hhuloop Slush with tho result that a muni onto from Dhuloop was prinUul by Patrick Onsoy Tho manifesto called npon all lovers of llhofty to tatco sides with tho victims of rulo in Tndla Dhuloop wua about to appeal to Groat Whito In to tako up oauso against England It was Uion rusolvril on tho of tho Ooriornl nnd by Knvoy Nn 2 that Dhuloop should protioed to Moscow thoro to onllst tlio sympathy nail support of the In UKdiai causo Ittdlan and Irish Uidopwidenco passpovt for Dhuloup was Inn from the Ambiwsfidoi1 at IarlM In tho narno of Patrick and tho unfortmwto Prinun with twenty trunks otlHMbaKRiije and fumalo for Uorlln on route to MIWCJOW At Rrussols tiie train was hoarded by a stranjor who suocoodod In brlti Introduced to tho Frlnoo Thuy us fur as Ikirlln whore Dhulisep left train during a stoppiiifo tnado for cllnnor Upon returning to his oar ho found that hla sutcluil containing the Patrick Uasoy pass jiort and nil the rkieumCsnts Intended for tho IvalkolV woro irtlssuij and tho oniortttliiltig had disappeared as Davltt In concluding this story ajiys It was stated to him that tho man stoio satrbol was Hod Jim but nd injfs thlsJTsis nn no inner foundation than of anuondaiu assoclato of this spy AN VENTURE Lost Faith in Austria ROMB Oct Is stated that In a fare with Cardinal Lavaperlo the Pope said ho no Iniitfor hoped for anything from Austria Mo would place all trusts in Franco tu aocuro a restoration oCl tcinyortil A Famine Fover PiicMN Dot epidemic fovor pro vails in Klllttinoy Tho disease Is attrib uted to tho of had potatoes HllViCti CONTJRmUTIONS TH33 CHURCH AND EDUCATION Rome Is Not Opposed to Compulsory He Narrowly Escapes Dashed From a jTauwNR San Cknmicte Series It tran Hiiiros that Mr Gladstone bud oxtromoly IKHTOW while inspeotlns tho new Firth hrlrtRo a day or two SVhiio he was absorbed In examination of tho parts of tho structure a train rtishod by at a hlih rate of spcod just tho in Its light and htiu to cling to the girders to pro viiuhi falling inui tho wafer Though the of jslvuatlon would hnvo un a yountcor and nioro vigorous man than Mr Gtatlsrono ho retained bis pres of mind and betrayed much less than any of fhoso wbo witnessed his peril French Tariff FAIUS Oct Tho Minister of Coro morcc explained tiio nnv Tariff Hill to tho Tariff today The object of the maximum and minimum system ho said tu avoid Irnoimniftioos connected with iho fuvniod IuIliCMi clan NO In any treaty with a power In on tho hudset in tho Ohnmhwr today reproaohocl tho reatlnc fresh taxes and dtuiHincicd eounomlo reforms Premier IV Froycinot replied that every possible ilo duotion had already been efteoted A mo tion by Galitard requesting the to introdiue a hill ofonnlns the Hssessintnt of taxes In a democratic was adopted CommiwHioners Thompson nml Roose velt Open Their Purwes WAHfHNOTOtf Oct wellknown Re publican lender connected with tho Con gressional Campaign Oomniilbop has re ceived from Civil Service Commissioner Roosevelt a contribution of S50 to bo used for legitimate campaign expenses In any Congressional district whore needed Com missioner Thompson also has sent a con trlbuUon In aid of tho Democratic cause In conversation today Roosevelt said Clerks are as much atlliborty to contribute to one party as to another and thoy are perfectly safe and free to make no con tribution If thoy so prefer Within tho classified employees are under no obligations to any party Governor Thomp son is a Democrat servlrip under this admin istration fie makes contributions to aid his party I am a Republican I aid mine If wo did contribute we would not No ono can force a Government oin ployeo to nor If lie desires to compel him to contribute to this party rather than that In regard to tho political creed of which tho Government employees are members there Is no reason why tlioy should not be Democratic as well aa Republican but any of thorn will bo proHomited If wo have evidenceof thoir trying to force contributions by intimida SHUKMAN AT CINCINNATI Tho Silver Liiw McKinley Tariff and Honso Rules Dealt With CINCINNATI Oct was a great massnuHtlng of Republicans tonight at Music Hull Senator Sherman and Governor Koraker spoke Tho Senator in his speech hold that tho soldiers should receive pen sions according to their length of service and extent of disability Ho said silvor and farm1 products would appreciate in vuliio as a result of tho Silvor bill and the MtiKlnloy bill would accomplish what it promised fis froo list ho said covers im ports valuedat yearly Speak ing of tho workings of tho liouso under tho now rules ho prophesied that never thoro would a minority In any deliberate bofly bo permitted to hinder the majority from enacting the will of tho people ST PA Oct 30 Archbishop Ireland was Interviewed evening regarding the widely circulated report that ho had been called to Rome on account of his utterances on Mm public school at tho educational con vention last summer Whj perfectly ab said tho It Is false from beginning to end Rome has not con demned and never will condemn compul sory education Compulsory education is a matter of civil or social policy and not a matter of religion It does not come within tho purview of ecclesiastical jurisdiction It appertains to the citizens not to the cburchrnen to decide It For my own pan as a citizen I favor unreserved ly compulsory odncation All restraining If not prohibiting child labor and compelling universal education have my heartiest approval and if occasion offers in Minnesota wlUobtain tny political The Business Failures NKW YORK Oct 30 Springer Jk wholesale dealers In silk and worsted yarns have failed Liabilities assets about the same Isaac L Falk cloth ing were closed by the Sheriff on Judgments Liabilities assets st nth a I cloak manufacturer has with liabilities reported upwards ST ACOUSTINR Oct The St Johns Savings Rank and Eeal Estate Ex made an assignment today Tho liabilities are about and tho assets not over SGOOO The Iron Men TORONTO Oct second delegation of tho Iron and Steel Institute which camo up from tho South arc disgusted Tho City Council had decided on an elaborate recep tion but that the delegation could only stop Hvo hours In tlio city said they wouldnt spend a oonfc on them Only gentlemen wero at the depot to meat tho party and they declined civic attention saying that they were grossly insulted Colonel Holland contrasted tho treatment with tho magnificent reception everywhere lu the United States Crushing Out the Brotherhood to TRIB discharged members of the Tel egraph Operators Brotherhood In this city have agreed to sign an agreement renounc InR their allegiance to that and all similar organizations atul with this understanding will again bo taken into the service of the Western Union One or two members have been exceptod from this agreement on ac count of their prominence In the recent dif ficulty between the operators and the com psuiy i Archbishopdearys Violence Archbishop Cloary addressing aia assem blage of school children and speaking of tho agitation for the abolition iseparate schools used most violent and lan guage toward tho Protestant clergy of the Province whom he declared to be the au thors of the agitation In conclusion he said that being constitutional tho schools could not bo lognlly abolished Canada und any attempt by thorn to do so would re sult in dismemberment of tho Domlinion A Reward for the Sultan LONOON Oct Advices fromMombasa that 000 seamen and marines and 150 Indian troops took part in tho storming of tlio town of Vstu which was capcured and burned Tuesday by the forces sons thoro to punish the natives for a num ber Of Germans Many uativeis wero klllotl A few rnombors of the British woro A of riipoes has been oflerod for tho tho captureof Kakaey vitn AntiSemitic Dissolution Oct Tho party thoiEfungiirlan williDlofc be dissolved existenceof ten yoars Kulj Not LON DON Oct Cpu rtneyl of hojiJas just roturoeOfrora a IrolnucL today aold ho wasmore The Comtes Close Call YOBK Oct Comto do Paris had a narrow escape from death this morn ing The train stopped Tlattsburg for breakfast and Count not heaving tho signal for departure waited until the train was starting In trying to get on ho missed the giiiivdrail with ono hand and would have fallen between the cars had i2Ot by standers grasped him Ho was yot alarmed but A Unitarian Reconciliation Oct meeting of the Western Unjltarian conference convened to effect a roouneiliitlon between tho Unitarian the West resumed todajl The separattotvgrow ovt of an attempt several years ago to put the churches ou apurely It was decidedto form a conference association made up of the president und secretary of each State A Chicago Asphyxiated CHICAGO Oct Mottling and wife wore found dead bed this morning at their boarding house on Ellis avenue They bad been asphyxiated by gas A hole in tho elbow of the main pipe loading from the street filled the rod in with poison while Mottling and his wife slept Before retir ing couple had tightly closed every door and window for fear of taking cold The Strikes a Philadelphia Schooner YORK Oct crnisor Phila while passing out tosea tpdiiy collided with a salliifg vessel tbeScMioouw Grace The latter had her sails and halyards injured Tha was not The TronpStuuley Oct Tcoup has given out the letters which Vpassed between him self and Stanley regarding the retu1 guard Tliose arg the to modify are in line with Tipups statementsiiilveadymade V Leprosy CUKSTKR defined ouse of Slyode natnod John Anderson Isjralllioted hasl laett confined in bulldiug A Coal Trains Wild Journey FluNTiNGTON Oct coal train of thirtysix cars wont through a mls plncod switch and was thrown through the Hotel Brunswtokandlanded in tho yard of the House and Jackson House 200 feet eastward The guests In tho hotels wore seized with a frenzy of excitement and rushed pellmell into the streets in their night clothes The loss to tho railroad company it is said is No estimate can be secured of the property loss Tho Hessian Fly Appears KANSAS CITY Oct evening paper nays The farmers and grain growers of Missouri and that the Hessian fly has attack uponearly sown winter wheat and that wheat sown during September Is ruined Reports of damage come from Ottavra Kansas Lafay ette Cuss and Jackson counties Missouri It is believed tba general and all fields sown In September will have to be plowed up put in again Only a Campaign Jjie R KANSAS the runiored Duties placed on American cattle and hogs by the Mexican government a dispatch was received here today from Two Republics of the City Mexico which states is no add i tional duty on livestock other than has been in force tho past twelve months The tariff Is beingrevised and should a new imposed ample notice will be jflven shippers A Turf Reformation NEW YORK Oct Lorillard cave a banquet at theUnion Club touight to prominentturf men Hlsidea is to pro mote good tbe owners of racing stables and put forward a or ganizing a Now York Jockey which shall include all tracK proprietors and heavy owners of running horses regulate and correct abuses of the turf license jockeys and elevate the tnrt generally A Pool Selling Law Unconstitutional CHICAGO Oct a decision that the State ordi nance under it forbidding of pools outsidetbe Of race j tracks as unconstitutional teed to grant privilegesand monopoly The oase out of last summers fight between Ed Carrigan the West Side race track ahd the citiy pool sel lers WASHTUGTON Oct Dis Francisco Chronicle TliLre can be that the negotiations between tho British Minister and tho Upitod States relative to tho Bebring sea are soon to be renewed The expectation is that the first meeting between Blaine and Sir Julian Pauncefote will be held tomorrow Those who are intimate at the State De partment say that Secretary Blaiuo Is not as to tho outcome of these negotiations Tho British Minister through the means of the public press has made very clear tho basis upon which he intends to proceed Hehas In advance It may also he said submitted to thoState Depart ment through the newspapers his ultima tum This is a very unusual proceeding In diplomacy at this capital and 5s contrary to the methods of the British Government What reason induced Sir Julian Paunccfoto to resume his negotiations through the medium of the public press caivubt be as certained The proposition to settle the Behrlnji sea controversy by arbitration lias come from Great Britain before that agreement shall be made between the two governments is understood will in sist upon knowing the basis upon whlchtlie arbitration Is to proceedand he will partic ularly desire to know whether1 the British intends to bring into question the matter of the closed sea as a basis npon which tho negotiations are to proceed If that shall be Insisted upon by Great Britain the negotiations may fail It is said that the State will also insist upon some form recognition of the moral claim of the United States to be protected in its valuable fur seal vpnoporty against the prevailing recklessnessand destructive pmsuitof the business of seil hunting whether the waters wherein this inconsiderable slaughter is carried on are parts of tho open or closed sea Secretary Blaine has never insistedin his negotiations with the British Minister that tlieBehring sen is a closed sea he has simply main tainod that rights in fehatsea half a century cxerciised by ognixed by Great Britain shall ripw be recognized by Great Britain when exercised by the United the legal successor to the rights of Russia In that sea GKNIURAT RTJGBRR linger iCommand Den art moo t of haal subniitted to the War DepaftmonT hiy annual Ruger says there is no reason to apprehend molestation of settlers upon the ceded lands of the Sioux Reservation even by the most disaffected Indians if the kept under military observation for a tinne at a few points whore friction will most likely result from tlements Respecting the nt Flat Head Lake Montana be ap pears upon inquiry prob serious trouble fhat the eufofce ment by the civil officers qC tho statutespro hibiting thejjsaie of liquor Indians and halfbreads is the necessity of the case Heapproves the post canteen system BBJOISyK TOE MI5XICAN STORY The Department of State is mation respecting the alleged imposition by Mexico of a discrimination duty of S500 per carload oti American cattle reported from the West Acting Secretary Adeosays when tho Mexican Government by a decree issued a year increased the duties on Imported cattle and swine by tho wuy were general duties and not directed especially againstthe United States the Department of State was informed of the twentyfour hours While he cannot deny tlio last reported action hois compelled todoubt A DENIAL BY BfcArNK Secretary Blaine desires a staternentinmde that he did request tho uaga Minister of Spain to ihe United States Ho says it is not trno relations be tween them are strained The recall was dne solely to a change of administration in Government IDEA The Department of State has received a copy of a petition forwarded Tobacco Olgar Manufacturers Union of Cuba to tho urging the negotiation of a reciprocity treaty be tween Cuba and the United potitiqneijn assert1 that they are confronted tho simple problem On one side ruin and outhe other abundance wealth and a They say The United States buy from us tobacco and sugar to the extent 000 and It strange that the American Government on He Ignores NeivibnndlancL Regula tions audGoesto Jail Si Jonss N Oct Dis Francisco C iroHcle Joseph Girardin owner and captain of tho French schooner was arrested lately at Codroy a village on tho New foundland shoro where the French have fishing rights for visiting that harbor and Insisting on the right to sell goods without entering his vessel or paying The Newfoundland authorities seixed the schooner and sentenced the captain to a fine of under the License Act and a fine of S800 and the confiscation of the cargo un der the Act Pending pay ment the captain was imprisoned aud the vessel held Girardin broke jail and with French aid overpowered the English watch regained possession of his schooner and went to sea Sheriff Gills recaptured tbo vessel and made prisoners oJt tbo crew Dur ing a gale yesterday the schooner went ashoro Tho Government steam cruiser Fiona proceeded today to Codroy with Judge Prowso and a posse of police aud will bring the prisoners hero This will force the NewfoundlandFrench difficulty to au issue STOPPED WITH REVOLVERS A POOJjED ON A Dealer in Old Violins With Fraud Charged NEW YORK Oct Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle at tention of tho musical world in general and Of Now York in particular will bo drawn In a few days to a case which will bo called for trial in the Court of Common Pleas in this city Tho suit is that of Miss Maud Powell a violinist against Victor S Fletcher who pretends to bo a dealer in old violins business at23 Union square Miss Powell charges Fletober with obtaining rubuey under false pretenses and she seeks to recover tno difference between which she paid for an instrument and S50 which is its real maximum value When violinists in various parts of country of greater or less repute who havo bought in struments of Fletcher learn tho true in wardness of this case they will look to their fiddles with a solicitude born of a very nat ural suspicion To others who have had business Fletcher In tho courts in the past the developments will be in the nature of L confirmation of the charges brought against hiru Miss Powell is a niece of Major 1 M Powell tho explorer and sur veyor D R G INDIGNATION How a Railroad Crofvsinxr Gang Were Put to Flight KANSAS CITY Oct DSsparoh Francisco Chronicle lively crossing war broke out today be ween tho Kansas City Belt Line and the Kansas City Suburban Belt Lino railways Tho former attempted to make a crossing of the letters tracks in tbe eastern part of the city and had about succeeded when their object made known to theonichilsof the road down town Tho Kansas City Southern Com pany immediately secured forty men with re volvers and sent them to tho scene with or ders to prevent the crossing being raada at all hazards When tho party arrived at tho crossing they made known their orders The Kansas City Company withdrew its men and left the enemy in Suburban Company this evening secured a temporary injunction to restrain the Kansas City Com pany from making tho crossing AN EXECUTIONER STRIKES Tbe Cuban Government Owes Him for GiUrotfng Ten NEW YORK Oct Saa Francisco Chrnmclc received here state that Cubas public exe cutioner is on a strike pending tho payment oC a bill of being the balance duo from tho Government for putting nm to the existence of violators of the law Sofior Valentin stubbornly refuses acceut any more orders Ho has informed the repre sentatives of King Alfonsos government that apiece is a pretty cheap fiffure for garroting people and ho doesnt pvoposo to be kept out of even this small Rim Among tho brigands who are awaiting their doom this decision of Senor Valentin haw mot with most cordial approbation In quarters however it is hoped that the sefior may be in ado to soe the error of his ways or failing which tho Government nniy agree toissue bonds to moot tho exe cutioners demands SHE BROIE UP THE BALL A Deserted Wife PuMiely Cowhides Her Husbands Charmer AN HEIRESS WEDS THE COACHMAN A Bcllo Scandalizes Exclusive Circles by Marrying1 Into a Family of Sequel to ATI English Koinanco The Charge of Purposely Delaying the BroadGauge Denied DUIKER Oct to TRIB statement appeared ina morning paper which has caused much indignatior among tho Rio Grande officials If was tha thoRio Grando is purposely retarding th completion of the broadgauge line to Sal Lake on account of shutting out tho Santa F6 Mr of tho purchasing mout denies this statement He says there has been a shortageof material but It is moving now and the track will be completed on November 3rd He saya the company was short of ties and steel rails and that the ties are going in now and the Instsbip steel now on the road Mr Frank King division engineer said tho report was untrue and that the line wouk bo in operation not later than Novembei 15lh THE DYNAMITE CARTRIDGE Dr Jiistin Still Experimenting With His Invention UTICA N Oct experi ment with Justins dynamite cartridge was made at Perryvllle today The shell was similar to the one used the last time ex it was bored out of solid steel and had no blow holes andwas threequar ters Instead of fiveeighths inches in thick ness A twelveton Blakoly rifle was used similar to the two that burst in previous experiments The Bhell weighed 275 pounds and contained nine pounds of sand instead of dynamite The charge was thirty pounds of hexagonal powder The Eheil was fired into a sandbank tit a distance of thirty yards and was recovered almost in tact The shell was opened and testified to the correctness of Justins theory of tho late explosions in the gun Another test will bo made with the same shell and on the third test dynamite will again the absolute necessity we have ket to demand reciprocal or whiohjJs the same for their flour lard machinery hardware articles in our tariff to increase ports to this In one word they want to us for the tobacco and suprar with the goods they produce Today they only sell us worth and they desire to Increase this amount to the buyYrom us This McKiuley bill amounts THE FIRST CQMPTROMiHRS Mathews has to the Secretiary of the During the past fiscal year his office has examined abcoujots Involving A BisCOrjTUaEDFOSTJfASTBB Postmaster Donaldson of an eventful experience has concluded id fe sigb Some it tain personal objections to on the ground that he is a letter to he says was knocked and stamped Ive compfomJsedjiKahd I agreed to resign I am glad from know riot aboiik They tblnlc it a digraceto pe a Republican The Department has sent matter GOIyG VV day evening brMbDday mbrnhig for the 30 f an A Fatal Boiler Th e B l Gbve ntioh MonumentiV fjA u n veiled jlast The Races WASHINGTON Oct 30 Five1 Syracuse won PainKiller second Prince Howard third Time Mile and a sixteenth Mendolin colt won Corticelll second third Time Six Bellevuo won St John sec ond Silleck third Time Six furlongsi heats First heat Salvinl won Blue Jeans second Samaritan third Time Blue Jeans won Salvinl second Samaritan third Time Blue Jeans won the third heat and race Time NAsnvirLE Oct Twoyearolds five furlongs Borealis won Laura Doxie sec ond GorriueKinuey third Time Threeyearolds and upwards seven fnr Rimini won Iittlb Crete second mile and Blarney Pullman third Time Threeyearolds and C won second Favetto third Tirue i Twoyearolds six Melenoe won Ed Leonard second Fred third Time j six won John Adams second Maccgie B third Time Statement 1 NasV application for a receiverfor jthe Sugar Trust was argued before Judge Ejatt today de modified the injunction tliepublicatlonof i a ilan of and financial statement plan provides for the Issue of sevenpercent stock stock in bonds secured byiniortgage Of certificates will get half the his certificates in each of the new series The statement of tho finaihcial cioadition of the Trust Assets lia net The Trust originally had no working capi tal andborrowed v Dividends paid Btmon nt ex pended on improveraents of plant new will be Called AitnericaJQ Sugar Eefiniog It will be incorporated and the directors for the first yeat jare II E Haye raeyer Hayemeyeri E William Dick J Riot at a Dance CARTITAOE Ootr the progress of a country dance near here las night a bloody row was caused by a young man named Moses FrlrUVv who had boot ordered out of tho house en gaged in the affray and brickbats stick and chairs fiew through tho air Josopl Munson was probably fatally stabbed Moses Printy was also seriously hurt No arrests Murdered by PJSSTH Oct residents of tho vil lage of aro excited over a criim A corn dealer nn Bleior his wife two children and maid ser vant wero at the station awaiting thd ir rival of a train when brigands attached the party and all and robbed Scalded to Death by a Woman Oct night at Gailitzin two Hungarian became in volved in a They were struggling on the ground when a woman who was boiling clothes near a bucket hot water over them One oi them escaped bnt tho other was fatally Shot His Brother Nisw YORK Oct A 15 years old shot his brother William apod in the head as the of m quarrel over tho division of SOTIJC candy 1 The older boy hud the revolver in his pocket William will die THE NEWS KlkfcED HER Sad Sequel to aix English Romance Oct 30 San Francisco Series I This mornings mrJl brought a letter ad dressed to Mrs James Proud wife of James Proud a prominent merchant of this place The parents of tho couple are still living in England and as tho letter bore a foreign postmark Mr Prouds curiosity was aroused and be waited to hear from his wife what news it contained Mrs Proud had just re covered from a severe illness and as she nervously opened the letter and glanced hurriedly over its pages she exclaimed Jim forgiven at last but papa is Before the sentence was finished Mrs Proud thrrew up bur arms and sank to tho floor The horrified husband quickly sum moned Dr t the family physician who resides next door He responded promptly wa too late Life was extinct The letter conveyed the news of her fathers death The shock wastoormich and caused her death But few outside the circle of her own family and friends were aware of the ro manco in Mrs Prouds life which was told today by her She married against her fathers wishes and was driven from his door The young couplo came to this country a short time afterward and after settling here Mrs Proud wrote to her father simply saying I am happy and when you desire to accord forgiveness to your child I will bepleased to receive not a word ever passed between families until this mornings letter which nor only fully accorded her fathers forgiveness in u most affectionate manner but bequeathed to her the sum of It was dictated from bis deathbed a few hours before he expired The Death Record WEST NRTC BRIGHTON Oct Edgar Charles Fernand Edourd Count DAuxoy died yesterday In the apartments of brother Duke DAuxey the Pavilion Hotel from TheDuchess D Auxey is an American and when she mar ried tUe Duke several years ago was widow of the wellknown New York merchant Robert Scuter BALTIMORE Oct Rev Dr Clel land Kinlock Nelson dean of tbe Convoca tion of WashingtQn Protestant Episcopal diocese of Maryland died today LOUISVILLE William J Simmons president of Eckstein Norton In dustrial School for colored youths died day y A Bride Yesterday Widow Today WASHTNGTON Oct Hugh Waite Howe yesterday to Mary Butterworth daughter of Ben Butterworth of Ohio died xiday of pneumonia After the marriage Howe appeared greatly relieved in mind and to suffer less pftin Cowards evening he grew rapidly worse andjthrougbotit the night was deliri A sad night it was for the you we ride All fbrbugbthe weary she sat by the sick bed not reclining or resting a rtioraent until 6 ipclpck this morning when she took ah hours rest Later on lowe sank rapidly and shortly after noon ie dledl A Colored Republican Stabbed S Oct A special to the bm WLile Sdgemohd jDeasi colored who is tunning on he Republican ticket for BALTTMORB Oct Dlspatoh Francisco Chrvniclc Sophie Richtor a comoly South Baltimore dame recently discovered that her husband was devoting too much of his time to Misa Mary E Mooroy onft of the hollos In that section and determined at tho first oppor tunity to teaoh tho younRRirl a lesson The opportunity presented itsoK hust night Miss Mooooy and her escort wero onjoyiaff themselves a ball when tho avonRicg Nemesis in tho person of Mrs Riohtor sud denly appeared Without any warning flashed a whip from tho folds of bur iuidcowhlded bor rival Tbolatter kbriokod as the lash descended on her sboxVldors BOT onil times in rapid Fuccosslon cutting Into tho yielding ttosh When tho finally escaped tho nngry wifo walked out of tho hall unmolested She had tho ball Todnj camo the sequel In the shape of a warrant for Mrs Riohters arrestAt the hearing she acknowledged tho assault and said that Miss Mooney had alienated nor husbands alToctlons Sho waived an ination and sont the caso to court tho scandal will bo uroperly aired WEDDED XO THE A Heiress Marries Into a Family of Tougha BiNnrtAMrxON N Oct Francisco Chronicle Llzzio Phelps heiross to marriedv Williinn Siattery tlio family coachman at i oclock this afiornoon Rumors of onpagemetit woro afloat wcoka ago but they wore not bellevod by her friends who in dignantly repudiated the stories Whcntbe groom confirmed the i t created a stir in exclusive circles Tho family one of tho oldoss and wealthiest in this seov tiou and ocoopy a mansion at Port Dlpkln son a beautiful suburb of Blngbampton Their rcfinomcnt and culture made them prominent flgnros in exclusive althougli tho girls seldom appewed la so olety The mother was very strict until recently seldom allowed her to entertain man the youngest fell in love witb the who had little else but a fair endowment of good looks to roccrnmend him to her fayor and tho engagement but Fanpio wns jilted for the elder sister was sent to prison twelve years ago His brothar married Into tho Tabor family who have an unsavory reputation in this section One of bis brothers stabbed another momSer of family some years ago with fatal When reached tho of Cap tain L L Oimsteadof reported that ho threatened tosboot tho psospective groom on sight The which was performed by Rov Samuel Dunham has boon cause of an fcbe friends and members of the family No one was present at the woddingexcopt womans banker and her mother who ac companies the young couplo to Afton iho groom has purchased a bnsInoM block and will begin a morcantila career TUB SILVER JUBILEE The Ijittle Children Pay Tribute to Archbishop Feohan CIITCAOO Oct socoud day of Archbishop Feohans silver jubilee opened with a tribute from the little folks of the At 10 oclock about 8000 chtldreu from the parochial schools of the city gathered the auditorium In bolMay at tire with bands banners and emblems The Archbishop and visiting bishops were seated on the stage behind the clergy and children filled the great auditorium to over flowing Under the direction of tbe teach ers they presented a literary and musical programme including the singing of a num ber of National At the Auditorium tonlgbl an throng witnessed the concluding exeroiset of Archbishop Feehann silver juWIeo The chief feature was a remarkable aeries of ad drosses in Gajlic Bolivian Pollsb Italiany1 German French and English a ool orod man In behalf of tbecoloredCathplicr Tho addresses were dent spirit of devotion to American institu tions Those that touched tfaa gchopLques tion affirmed with substantial the determination of the to tain their parochial schools and the audl ence applauded with tyeraondous rigor declaration that these are of American patriotism v Replying to the addresses closed an eloquent speech by afer vent tribute to frso American impressed upon his pewplp tbe duty oyalty to the commonwealth and devotion to the Constitution and institutions of the Jn iced States Railway The Vermont Supreme Court has hat railroad pools are legal when ratet un der the operation of the pools are equal to all and reasonable Tbe terms of vision are directly In line with tbe raents of Chairman Walker of the later tate Commerce Eailroad Association and v rudge Springer of tbe Atchlson declairlnf Lbe presentSouthwestern Pool legall Haldrlr udge Springer in referring to thls The Vermont decision he M ancbesier A tahccrd Railroad TbeJ Interstate pooling Vermont decision by no means onstitutionaL the act to com merce It Is a well 3xcept5ons can made lertain illegal V an be shown that the eicoRtioTos iot contrary to public i policy the ctseV f the fit vision of 7uoutb westernitrafflcjvno ates htve boea advanced There no possible com pi aia t from public SccxraUMt Tbeworkmen i of al 1 the C genj enil iii an ager liy tb at u ijiless y at the an lidjustment will of HaSkells cause exception was taken to whom wasJ GpUy The iatter out Deassface and would Mortis pressed u p to make peace upon eolbnelMprris several f v painful s the one exception noted by upreme Court I certalclj do not a railroad pool will ever f under its Vpr ki n treated fair andaiike and are maintained So that we ari to JkJil pool It is agreed tainedrates better fprJ f J agencies now ratesCahnptlbe b ave good Bpw not n 1 leg air and every where inv   

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