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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CJRCULATfON EXCEEDING i ALL THE OTHER DAILIES CITY COMBINED THE MOST CXTEN8IVC BEST ADYERTlSDKrlIEDIUM IX TUK ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION VOL 275 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MOKNZffG lf IS90 PRICE FIVE CEJESTTS Democracy Is Sure to Be Indicated or PREJUDICE MUST BE IDAHO HOLPtJPS A IiAWYER DUPED People About ly lie Hill Stnto IH Cheated Out of a Oct AryuH willprint tomorrow a lengthy Intoavlow with ox Cleveland on tho political slfcua nn D Cleveland says in part I in iru fiuvur wan a public question discussed more thoroughly and more inlol than tin wubjoct of tariff reform by ilu Democratic advocates This may per haps suggest that if Democratic posi tion cm issue IH tht correct ono there Two Young Men of Boise Malcc a Promising HOMIP Idaho Information it is Icftrncd that the two nan who yesterday hold up McGinley proprlctor of the Road Ranch thirtylive miles frojn on the Kooky Bar were j fro in Boiso their fcarnos were Frank aud Charles Black Campbell has a wife and family In Biso Black Is fron but has worked around Boise tho oust six months Both are youngmen SO Tho two men hired two saddle horses of D Bwthol at Pino Grove saying that they going to look for horses Thoy rode back to ton miles finding him alone Aftc netting a drink him witb their juns au3 quick went through Urn and the money drawor securing Just as they wore ready to leave Seth Williams a hunter rode Ono of the robbers wn on him and discharged his weapon caused one of thotr to break arid aftor some delay In catching him thoy started up tho hill marching McGinloy and Williams with them a aafo then rode rapidly away Olivers wero soon after them but they cotilu do lltfclo till this when tho trail was lost after following a few miles be an immediate and ready esi mi the part nf tho pooplo but the j It IH thought thwy havo crossed South Boise in olhors Judgment of our countrymen has boon so tram plod urdl tholr positions so clouded by projsullcc and to sulf interest thtifr ipprchciHsinn of tho true province of our invernmiifib has bomi distorted and thuy havi for boon lod to believe that tho conduct df public aflaira might properly iiiitilMUiP to their profit not by soon ring gtfi on principle but by t advantage to certain elastics t i la ctitalnty truo that in KUCI selfish opuraMon tho InUircsls of somo of the pco plo must bo nojrluctcd IrotostH on tho of t hjivo boon stifled by tho most ar rant iccfpUon and Ar last bow ovtir tluso ones arc aroused and in of clouds of intaroprRsnrttiitlon and n which surround thorn thoy tho light Our and vhuso have boon llsvd Kinlcl while have boon ao sorrlrfl to a favored few are not to bo much longer urn wo shall secure a majority In thn ntixr lloiiso of Koprcsonta MVCN I oiinnot how laborlnusly a rrfopm rnovos which must break through selfish irildicsfH and ovorcorno abcisos lonp MiliVrcd and arrojjanMy maintained I bn llcvu all our xralna must be tho result of a biird awulnst thoso odds if Is not howevnr ponslblo thai a comploto tho pooplos cause can be much loriKtr fhrlwyofl Tho ofToctlvo Incuioatloii of Mut wholosomn doctrines which ohJirafitor prosit tho thorough dls umslun on In ovmy part of the conn try riio uncllsfjulsofl schnmos of the Ropnb Ihiin to HiMjuro Its perpetuation in powoi1 through rockltiss enactments which stifio rinults of tho peoples sulfrapo its methods of legislation arid libovo til thn positive distress dally thrcat riKfl our people undor tho operation of tho new unjnuai tarllT a law which not only oiihancoH the cosbof the nuoossarlos of lilf but fosters tho extortions of trusts jinfl these make certain of h frtHM hotter time and the ustcMidancy of truo Democracy tho nrmr roaulfc may bo I am noi at all afraid that tho of tho party Mill llutf or that dlsuoiiragomonl will In tho Ifisf piuMpiMIts or lossan ftRjjros s TheDomocratlo party is thor urilud and has planted Itself on atio principles It will not abandon o but will continue tho warfare un hiivus complete sucooaa Tho party ew no discouragement In 1888 will not nor falter in HOO and taken acruss bmiths prairie towards Boise through an unsettled country Tho men woll known and evidently new at tho business will likely takca in Two hundred dollars reward Is offered THE NEWS OF EUROPE FKOFK3SOK KOCHS EXPKNSIVK COJf KJ2M12DV Tho Dutch Klinjc Said to Be Lnriitlc The MurclurouH Jlusslau Guurd llarrl JJxpocted to tho luriDf JLaw sivono oughly AVANTS A UMCOUNT Stale IJOHOH Congressman an ICIoctornl Vote ai Governor HHl has wrlt MII to Noble asking a now enu meration of Now York City He says the nUigd IHTorenoo of names will nuiUoa dilTiTerife to the State of at lansfc cine metubcr of Congrrss In tho appor tiontiKMit and avote hi tho Electoral Ho further Hays that the Sooro turys oonlidonco In tlie thoroughness of tho tVdfial consus not shared tiy a larp por rlon of tho people of Now York Oily Ho all tho enumerators woro liepublloan appointed for past political ser vice and that it was to their political In tctvst Hint tholr party should boa bene of tboir labors A Rail road Not in Politics Oct Tt having boon Iumonil that an has boon made by otHcinlsof Mio KeadlrigKalJroad to coiuvo iMfiployous to vote for their favor lio next Tuesday General Man iigtir today telegraphed a notice to all employees that tho inanaguniont will under no tolerate any Intor furence with trie froo exorcise of tho right of to vote In accordance with indi vidual pivfo Oct Francisco Chronicle professor Koch rufuaus to aay more on tho subject of his dis covery of a cure for consumption than has boeri published In the Zciiung No furthur particulars are obtainable In addi tion to tlcso already cabled except that metallic stilts are ustirl In tho preparation of tho lymph Tho lymph having killed the baoclllus acts as a medium to reestablish the patients health by its Inherent healing powers and also him agalnwc further Invasion oMmcoilli The lymph obtained by a long itid extremely at great cost and tho cure will therefore be for tho wealthy If tho remedy Is riot by tho Governments of dlller onfc conritries for tlio gonoral bnnofit of hunuuiity It Is expected that Ing cases of lung consumption bo cured by tho ua in auoh cases other parunices besides tuborcolosisbaccil IUH oat tliolr ways Into tho PrnfosHor Kochs lymph only kills tho bacolllus proper lint It kllln it hn mod lately and stops tho process of consumption He Married a Fascinating Widow With a Bad Record PJCTTSFTELD Oct TOTS Francisco Cftronfcfc Charles W Forbes an attorney of New York City and SboQleld was today granted a divorce from his wife Ellen A Forbes in Supreme Court bero The story ho told on the witness stand Is an Interesting and romantic one He said that ho WHS a patent lawyer Jn Now York and that he owned a valuable stock farm at Sheffield in the south part of Berkshire county Ho was in the Naval Service until 3876 His wifes maiden name was Ellen Lock Before their rniirrlago she repre sented that she was a widow having in her possession considerable property including phouse in Twelfth street New York She moved Jn hltfh circles In and Washington society She of fine ap pearance and captivated Mr Forbes She told him that she had a lot in Greenwood Cemetery where her only child and her de ceased husband were buried Mr Forbes found that she really owned on Twelfth street but before his he did not look up tlie lot in Greenwood Cemetery Somo time after their marriage ho began to look up the titles to her property and in this way discovered that she was living on terms of intimacy with a male relative of Commodore Vanderbllt and that she came into possession of the house on Twelfth street as a gift from this man While he was quietly looking up bor record she In some way learned what he was doing and wont away and has not been heard of since by The divorce which was gran ted Mr Forbes was applied for nearly seven years ago There was no defense The delay was be cause of the disappearance of the defendant and the failure of ovory effort to find her from that day to this OPERATIONS OF THE MINTS THE ALLOY Tlie New Combination to Be Tested for Structural THE POPULATION OF THE COUNTRY The Census Bureau Figures Out But Sixtytwo and a Half Mi 11 New Lead Ore I Brookes Iteport crease of tons over the year ended May 31 1SSO THE ORE TAUIVF The Treasury Department has Issued an order to the Collector of Customs at El Paso instructing him to levy a duty of 1 cents per pound on the entire weight of ores from Mexico of which lead is tho chief component part instead of on the afctual weight of the load in the ores as has been the practice heretofore EZETAS ADMINISTRATION A SUBROSA BROTHERHOOD DirtKCTOR PK3SSKXTS FIG OP INTJlIiUaST TO WKST IJho Gold and Silver Output for the aud Qoinago of Silver in Circulation lite Thinks Hnrrison Makes tho TMADHin Oct Cuban advlotis report that the McrClnloy Jaw lias already had a nanofifl on Cuba tobacco factories are olosncl and H large numtOr of operatives ldlo Premier Del Castillo announced at a Council of Ministers that there is reason to hopo that President Harrison would ayroe to modify the tariff In favor of Cuba and In vtow of hos tility to tho tarift that wns ViORlnning to prow In America tho Premier thought Spain would not find It difllcult to negotiate a now treaty Mrs Crichtons Adnrissions LONOON Oct Crlchton alias Florooy admitted In court today that she had u lalpon with husband She Invited the woman to nr house last Friday mid they qujurolod Tho woman then ab ruptly concluded her admissions with the remark that she had better not say any more reported In some quarters that the woman later confessed to murdering Mrs and putting tho child out In the fluids to die but this is not confirmed HOW THJB U P SUPFBKS tho Kortd MiftIit Hrtvo Earned With Proper Kqtiipmoiit Get U President Charles Francis Adams of tho Union PatMilo Rail road sptivlciux today of tho proposed ro of rates winch has aroused the nn of some of too Eastern connections PacHSo sild It was a matter simply his road ttnd tho Chicago He has no apprehension that tho otniMlinos in the long run will cieollno TO in tvaflio on the same wiiii thu Not thv Ho lu ciiiud that the talk was gattim up fur Uall struct thun anywhere olso The 1iilon iatHU luis sustained great loss of and Income of lato booause of tho tiifl tluit Uio Kiistorn machine shops are so tliat ilsoy cannot fill orders Tor new equin MMt Iad thfvroad been able to itrurt ihv jowor and equipment six It would have oavtud OouHer upwarrja of In TtK tjfiYic ready for to handle titliy s tliitfy por oont In excess of Ita oa The MiUand Transfer OKNVBII Oct to was received yesterday that the 5o directors at a moetlnp yoster In Topekji had ratified tbo pixrohase of Colonulo Midland and that the business would bo at once Upon tnvestl today ic was learned that the ar bad to trjinsfer tho business ti tho Santa F6 at once and to have the trains commence running over the Santa V6 roud tonight ar uildniftht Thp format of nil traffic urntnjjemonts will follow tomorrow General Col brin It is understood will remain In obargo of all matters west of Colorado Springs The Tjnbor Party Did It Oct of the Colonial Parliament yesterday in the adop tion of a vote of want of confidence 3n Government was duo to the secession from tho Ciovommnnt supporters of tho members of tho labor party Tho strike in Now Zealand Is ended Tho men resumed work unconditionally The members of the Colonial Cabinet have re signed In consequence of the passage of a vote of want of confidence by tho Victorian Parliament Tho Dutch King a Imnntic Lowxtf Oct dispatch from Tho Hague says It has transpired that the statements made regarding tho condition of tho King by the doctors and Ministers are untrue Thn Kings physical health Is good but ho is suffering from a mental malady which renders him unfit to govern Inother words ho is a lunatic Tho statements that ho is physically 111 Jire made simply to delude the general public ind explain the necessity of tho appointment of a regency WASHINGTON Oct annual re port of Director of tho Mint Leech says the coinage fcr Lho past IJscal year was tho largest in the history of the mint aggro gating Pieces of gold and sil ver bars were manufactured as follows Gold silver total Gold bars were exchanged Cor gold coin free of charge of a value of The exports of gold during tho year exceeded tho Imports by The silver exports wore over the im The total amount ot sliver purchased dur ing the fiscal year for coinage of silver dol lars was standard ounces costing From the close of the fiscal year to the date the silver act went Juto effect the amount of silver purchased was standard ounces costing The amount of silver bullion purchased under the act of October 31 was ounces at acost of an average of per due ounce There was a marked Improvement in silver during the fiscal year Tho director estimates tho amount of metallic money in the United States on July 1st 1800 silvor Tofcttl amount of metallic and paper money in circulation oxolnsivo of holdings of the Treasury June 30 1890 a per capita of against ac the cdmmenconiont of the fiscal year an increase of The number of silver dollars in circulation Juno 30 1SOO against at the commencement of the year Tbo product of gold from the mines of the United States during thecalendar year 188 was silver fine ounces of a commercial value of and coinage value of The product of tho mines and smelters of the United States during the same year were Gold Troy ounces silver Troy ounces The total purchases of silver for coinage of silver dollars from March 187S to gust 1890 was standard costing an average of ptir fine ounce Tho net protifc of earnings over expenditures of the mint during tho usoal year was The director recommends among other things a repeal or modification of act oC 1882 authorising the exchange good bars coin WASHINGTON Oct Dis Francisco Chronicle Series The Navy Department is moving with great in tho matter ot adopting nickel steel armor for its vessels The An napolis tests appeared to be conclusive as to tho merits of the particular nickel steel plate by comparison with the allsteel and compound plates but the Ordnance Bureau lias not yet been erlrely convinced that it should proceed at once to adopt the alloyed plate as tlie standard The plate which was tested was of foroisn manufacture and It may be that even if supply of niukol is obtained the domestic manufac turers cannot succeed in making aualloyed plate that will equal the plate tried at Annapolis or It may be that 1C the successful process is discovered the manufacture will be inordinately expen sive These matters must be determined by experiment Commodore Folger chleC of ihe Ordnance Bureau saysthat it will require several months timo to ascer tain the result Incidentally the experiments which the Bureau will undertake will be directed to an ascertainment of tho value of the nickel steel alloy for structural purposes The European nations have ior some time con templated a test of tho new alloy in this ca pacity Its advocates assort that it will prove far stronger and tougher than steel for this purpose If this should prove to be tho case lighter but equally strong hulls might be constructed for the navy and the result would be more room for boilers and engines and consequently increase In the speed of vessels which is at present the principal aim of naval DHUJDOTJJir KOft THE SOLKIKIIB There will be a drearyjob ahead this winter and next spring Tor company of United States troops and Its officers when the Secretary of the Interior calls upon tho Secretary oi7 War todetaila company of regulars to do guard and gardening duty In theiiowly created park in California Tho work of warnltxgoff poachers clearing roads and other such oddjobs about the park will probably not bo relished by the soldiers Congress in its last days passed im posingthe responsibility gardener aud gamelieeper upon the Secretary of tho Interior in regard to the new park created by the Jho southern part ofCalifornia proscribing1Cheduties to be performed but curiously enough omitted to make an appro priation for hiring men tOf perform tliem Hewill therefore ashis last resort call upon the Secretary of War to detail a com7 of soldiars to do the work General Molina Appointed Minister to Humbled SAX SALVADOR Oct Dis Francisco ChranWti Geronlrao Pou Salvadorian Minister to Mex ico seeing that it would be impossible for him to fill the post of Minister tc the United States and Mexico at the samo timo Presi dent Ezeta has appointed General Benjamin Molina Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Ploniuofcentiory to tho United States and ho will leave soon to create a Salvadoran Lega tion in Washington General Molina been Secretary of War since Ezeta became Provisional Tresideut and was at tho head of tho troops who bravely defended tho Whifco House of this capital from fourteen attacks made by General Rlvas and his Indian army during that late strife with Guatemala A few days ago President Ezota sent a sharp tologranj to President Bogran of Hon duras asking him what he meant by in creasing tho garrison at Ampala and al lowing conspiracies against Salvador to bo hatched in Honduras Ho said to Bogran If youintood to keep the peace treaty it must be kept to the letter I want peace but if any attempt is made to make war The Telegraph Operators Will Main tain Secret Organizations OmcAfiO Oct San Francisco Chronicle Series Times says Every indication points to the con clusion that the do not purpose to be thwarted by the determined opposition of the companies In their efforts to organize They do not mean to strike and In tended to They are not in a position to in angurata a successful movement and ire frank to admitr it Still while tholr future notion is only conjectured they declare their intention to establish a union although they have to swear falsely and dupo their employ ors A dispatch from St Lonis a day or two aeo announced that the telegraphers there hud given ut the fight denounced the Brotherhood and surrendered their charter It appears now from reliable information that the alleged abandonment of the union was a more trick designed to throw the etn gloyers off tholr guard aud break tho oppo sition to tho men The Brotherhood it is said was not abandoned Tho whole aiYafr was a sliam Tho men were required in order to hold their positions to sign a state ment to tho effect that severed tholr connection with tho union This from mo tives of policy they did while they still It reported maintained their connection is with it in secret excusing tho Irregular transaction by saying that the retention of their positions was a matter of broad and butter This policy of tho St Louis operators was adopted on tho suggestion of a prominent labor lender The course it is thought will bo if It has not already been adopted In St Paul Omaha Chicago and all other EIGHTY SOULS WENT DOWIL Two Vessels Collide and instantly Go to the Bottom ALL THE PASSENGERS DBOWIED A Spanish Steamer Ran Down by Schooner Off Scene of Terrible Story of a Survivor upon me I shall mako war upon you and points where tho telegraph companies have your own The reply of Bogran was very humble and entirely satisfactory to Ezeta A COMMONSENSE DECISION CUBAN REVOLUTIONISTS Killed by the Russian Guard Oct confirms tho report from a uurabor of persons leaving Russia for Brazil wore fired upon by tho Russian frontier guard at Alupon Tlio Warsaw report stated that nine wore killed The Zeituno says four A German Surgeon Dead MrmiCH Oct N Nussbaum the celebrated German surgeon nnd oculist dJod in this city today The Attempt to Assassinate Spanish Officials at Key West KKY Dis Franolsoo Victor employe of tho Spanish Government two men in tba outskirts of the clfcy last night who then shot and wounded him and ordered him to leave at once for Havana under pen alty of dtfuth He Immediately boarded a departing nut in the moan time the authorities had got wind of tho affair and arrested aho guilty parties Aguita hhusolf whom thuy held as Juaii Garcia a brother of ono of as saulted the Spanish Consul this afternoon on the steps of the lattors ofllce andVut tor tho interposition of an ofhcev it Is be liovod that tho Consul would have been murdered Garcia isnow in jail The Cu ban revolutionists in are very active and and It looks as if they would makie trouble in the island before long Silver Falls at Amsterdam AMSTERDAM Oct 31 Fine illver fallen to 85 guilders por kilo has A Canadian Oct Special to Tohn W Yardloy wanted in Montreal Can for was arrested horo loiiifjnt by a detective In thoomploy of tno Ajinerlcuri Security Company of New Yprk in Yanliey was cashier of the Canadian Oompiiuy at Montreal and disap on tiny ipih or September luJit Tho Czars AntiHebrew Record PE Ook is stated thut since the aocesskm of the Czar Alex ander ISSl Jews have beea expelled from Russia A BASE WARS AAV NOBLE 1 i Den vor OrtM 5 5 o rs Sen red t Tin iMvdllors of 9 Tck i tun vvUo failed Tutuday arc i alarm od thu juut utaeovcroUjthut all s antt papers of the firm7 Ho Supported a Mistress on His Wifes Dowry MiKNEAroois Oct 31 Francisco Chronicle Hollpnor is missing He left behind hinvhis position us bookkeeper at the Col umbia Flour Mill JL wife three children and a Hollpnor is He came frotn Warsaw nine years ago i His family ranks the Ue left for politi oal reasons and hlsfaniiiy remained in War saw untU a month ago when he installed thorn hero in a house handsomely furnished by tho aid oChls In advance Aftor three weeks of happy rounibniio suddenly loft the city leaving for his wife a uU of regretij i ruproaohes and farewell There it bints of suicide to the hopso oxistonco of a limintalnod by the wifes dowry The niiir company xhas an export examin ing but no yetbeeo wifo will At to Poland A Big Glothini Failure CHIOAGO A sensation was caused in the olofcbinp today by the failure of Leopold BTOSV rranufiicturers and wholesale dtntlera In clothing ono of the oldest In the city The coniesiiions of judg njent aaterod against the firm aggregate The collapse came like a thunder bolt to the trade Many 3f the creditors are coraparMively small tradesmen in other cities All of these havt been provided for The liabilities and assets are equal A Story Without Foundation Oct story printed in Chicago today to the etrecfc noRotiatlous are in looking to ah agreement between the Northern aud Baltimore which if mated will amount to a practical consoli datiou of the two systems1 thus forming a great transoontlneutal de clared by Baltiuore Ohio magnates to be The Howe Funeral Is WASHINGTON f d neral of Eugh Waite who tnarried General Bu tterwor d au ghter V W 6d ii esd uy stud died Thursday Avas The service was attended bers of the Corps was ilien to Now York for in tier me ut lawn cemetery Jjalcij Jfrorit Ap 11A bids f iigVarid the Worlds fair board asked The to have quJromeiits thanicxpected POPULAI1ON Off THM CO0NTBr WASHVNQTON Oct bulletin Issued today on the popula tion of iiie United States says tho popula tion United States June 0 shown by tho first count exclusive oi in Indians on res ervations and Alaska is These inures may be slightly compilations In 1880 the population was absolute increase in ten years of The percentage of increase ia In 1870 was stated as According to these figures the absolute Increase between 1870 arid 1880 percentage of increase SO Upon tholr face those figures show that tlio population increased between ISSO and 1890 only be and 1880 rate of in crease was apparently diminished from to per cent If these figures wero derived from correct data they would be Indeed disappointing Such a reduction in tho face of an enor mous immigration during the past ten years would argue a diminution in fecundity of the population or a corresponding in crease in the death rate These figures however are easily explained when the character of the used Is understood It Is a wellknown facti having been demon strated by extensive and thorough investi gation that she census of 1870 was grossly deficient in the Southern so much so as not only to give an exaggerated rate of increase of population between 1S70and 18SO in the United States but to affect very ma terially the rate of in the country at large These omissions the bulletin says wero not control of the The census of 4870was taken under a law which Superintendent Walker character izod as clumsy antiquated and barbar The census office had no power ove its In to thes otuisslousttie superintendeut of census his report in relation t South Carol In It follows as the concla sion of authority either tha the census of 1870 was grossly defective In regard to the whole of the som cousiderafile parts also thatthe census of 1880 was Those who beltevev in the ac curaoy and honesty of the tenth census and that established iuus aocopt alternative tha thie ninth was grossly What was true of South Carolina also in a greater or less degree of all the Southern oruisisious probability amounted to not from consideration those the census of 1870 i8knbwi or presumed to have been faulty of increase between 1870 and18SO i has been very nearly main tained in the decade between ISSOiind BKPOJIT In his annualireport tbeoporatlph of theiarmyin of the Platto Brigad ier General Brooke says the practice fithe and the raingling of Guard with trialsby courtniartiali General Brookei saysitis ini date not this is tbelreceht enlisted ntea i Original Packages Amenable to Statxj Under tho Act oiv Congress ROCK Oct opinion of Judge Caldwoll of tho United States District Court in the original package cnso of H M Van Vliefcof Iowa was filed today It is very lengthy and discusses all tho questions raised The Court holds that tho act Congress and the laws of tho State are valid Following salient point of the opinion By the terms of tho act an original package when it arrives within the State where its transit terminates is at once reduced to the rank of domestic liquor en joys no privileges not enjoyed bydomeslio liquors and is subject to the operation and effect of tho laws of such State in the manner as domestic liquor there never was any question that the lawsof Town prohibited tbo sale of liquor produced in the State and that the law for this pur posy was constitutional These laws were in full force at the date of the passing of the act rf Congress and that act having in legaleffect abolished original packages on their arrival within the State by placing themon the same footing with liquor pro duced within tho State they are as much amenable to tho State laws as if they had never existed iu the form of original pack THEY GAVE ItllGHT UP been discharging men on account of their connection with the Brotherhood If the operators cannot organise openly they are apparently determined to do sc secretly THE ITALIAN FASTER SUCCI SUBSIST ON AIR FOR DAYS Tho Prodigy Will Undertake Greatnut Achievement Yot Accomplished Will Watch Him dered r the whoi su bniitted n iial probf entry should Ing proper iTeclamatioii thereof r ulesa ipnel iuii JinnrjN1 Two Brave Arkansan Weaken Before a Highway man TEXARKANA Oct Dis Francisco Chronicle Yesterday two young farmers named Mark ham who had sold their cotton hero were robbed of SfiO on their way home by a lone bljrbwayman The robber then took one of their horses and rode it off Tho boys were soon met in the road by tho Hon W T Hndglns and RoIIino Rodgers two promi nent attorneys of whom thoy told their woes The lawyers made fun of them and told thorn thoy deserved no sym pathy if they allowed ouo man alone and rob them both They then pro ceeded on their way leaving the JVIarkhanis behind They had gone about 20 yards when they were commanded to halt which they did Tho lone highwayman relieved each of them of a fine gold watch and con siderable money After the robbery End be bandit a drink out of his bottle but it wag declined the latter saying that he neverindulged while on duty Hurigins is exspoakerof the Arkansas Leg Tho Kaces WASHINGTON Oct Benjamin won Cerebus second Bertha B third Mile and a Lnko won Sil Cornelia third Time Six won Virie second Colstreainthird Time Mile and a won Prather second Wattcrson third Time Mile and a fourth over vfon Longsholj second Gray Dawu third Time NASHVILLE Oct and a half fur Blanche won Drift second Miaud B third Time Six won Mamie Fonso third FivP and a half Dial won Lprd Tom Hymar second The Moor third Slile and seventy won CaVter B second Moolta Hardy third Time Five won Expense sec ond Miss Francis third Tony Hart Dylnjcr v NEW YORK Oct Hart noted as a popular and successful comedian is lingering between life and death In the la sane asylum at Worcester Mass Tho once and rollicking actor who has made his mimicry dittiesand lying helpless on a narrow couch nearing the saddest of from paresis In an insane asylum Early yesterday morning it became evident that unfortunate mans life was almost at an In fact his death looked for weeks ago but man aged by constant watching aud nursing to spark of life witliin his helpless and emaoiated YORK Oct San Francisco Chronicle Series Signer Jean Succi unless all present intentions go for naught will on Saturday of next week bftgln a fast of fortyfive days Ho will be watched overy instant of thai time by a start of medical men and throe tireless re porters of tho tho latter at his spe cial request For months he has boon struggling to arrange the preliminary de tails of his fast but he did not get into company that proved satisfactory until to day The Herald accepts tho task of watcher place selected for is largo room over Rosier Rials but in no way connected with that establishment It is reached by a private entrance It Is the only hall which Mr Suoci could obtain for so long a two months Dr Frank H Ingram will have charge of the medical watchers and it is hoped be lieved that some of the bright and shining lights of tho fraternity will do some probing and thumping in tho interest of science and chemistry A jovial sort of faster is Succi Ho does not go to bed like Tanner and others but dances and plays smokes rides horseback and swims or takes Turkish baths growing stronger every day he says lie takes a big dinner nefore beginning and then a goodsized breakfast and then is off for good Twenty drops of a certain liquid which ho discovered in Africa taken for his stomachs sake to prevent the formation of cancer there is all the medicative he re quires The rest Is done by will power physical force magnetism call it what you will The fastersays that he pumps elec tricity into his brain every night by means of sheer will power and we will not doubt his explanation of the way he does it doubters arc ar liberty to prove 11 other wise or try It themselves If they live through it they will bo wonders like Suoci Succi has banqueted on air thirtyfour times thrice in Italy twice in Cairo Egypt in Franco once In Paris and once each In Brussels Barcelona Madrid Lis bon and London Once when in Africa and suffering from liver troubles and fevers he took a doso of twenty or thirty days and came out whole and smiling CRAS5Y WITH JOY The Good Fortune of Pensioner Was Too Much for Him Oct Dis Francisco Chronicle John Tunif a boiler maker who was re duced to poverty by 111 health and conse quent Inability to work has gone through overjoyat recovering back pension money and an annuity from the had given up nope of so curing his claim When tho good news was received from Washington he becamcde lirious and then raving raad He imagined a conspiracy to rob him of his carried pistols knives hatch ets to bed with him Four days ago he at tempted suicide with laudanum but too much He next locked himself in his room barricaded the door nailed down the windows and refused to eat or drink for three days When bis to break the door open be threatened to kill Today he yielded to bis wifes and came out The physicians chink he will recover A PO8TOFFICE BOBBERY NKTV FORK Oct Spanish stemn ship Vlzcaya was run Into off BarnegaJ by au unknown schooner yesterday Both vessels wore sunk The ohiof officer second officer surRBon ono engineer and eight ot the orow of tho steamer were picked up So far us s known those aro tho only persons out of crow and passenger list of eighty six of the and crow of tho un known sohoonorthat have been saved Ifc is fearod all tho others were lost and that tho list will number up to eighty it more The details are meager Tho left Now York yesterday afternoon Tor Havana with regular passengers and a crow of seventyseven It is thought there were some others on tioard not on tho list At halfpast eight Thursday morning a largo fourmasted schooner hove in sight ana immediately down on the steamer striking on the star board bunkers carrying away the and oahin Tho was iniiantly killed Seven minutes later both yessela had sunk tnid tho passengers and wore struggling In tho water The steamer was a staunch vessel aud Oaptain Ounlll was ono of the most trusted emplcyooa of tha lino Ono of passengers not on tbo regular list was Juan Podro m Cuban and director iu the steamship line Among the other passengers on board were M A Gnlvo wife son and Mr Purr and throe children A Uulz Jose A Onba mon Alvarez TurinR Islaur LuJgi Pel lion Joso Garcia Surgeon Rico says at tho fcirno of the col lision he was in the cabin talking to Suddenly there Game ANAWFUL SHOCK and tho steamer rolled on port side Everybody In cabin down and immediately a of wildest confusion eusned JMrs Calvo bogged me to save her and I went upon deck to find him There terrible scone met my oyes The bridge deckhouse and forerigging were alltorn away There was a gashfiythe star board just above the coal and through this tho water WM rushing by on tbe starboard beam big four masted schooner with herbows nplttand forerigging gone and in wore running wildly on Ibo ithootiag all kinds of orders and J cio remember ing the crew of the schooner doing nome thing on their vessel Tho uoxt thing I knew thewater7 Cashingover our Wlthn wild idea of saving ourselves sereral ofriiis clambered upiutotho port Down went tha steamer and up wo We reached foretopmast and just then thehull reached bottom This left us just above the surfaca of the water but each swell dashed over oat limbs There wore twelve survivors thero Some of our crew tried to reach schooner but she went down almost as sooa as our vessel and as far as wo could see was not a sail In sight OoAOftho men in the yards while climbing he had soon a boat lowered from tho nohooner and seven men get In and row away but could not aee anything of it although it was a bright moonlight night Then In the hope of wo cut tarred ropos on the lighting them swung them in the in iain All through the long night we that yard growing colder and stiffer each Toward daybreak one of the men thought he beard a steamer passing and we all hallooed as loud as we could Then a boat made Its we were taken on board We oould not havo lasted much The collision is inexplicable In view ot the statement of Dr Rico that the night was a bright moonlight one and the smooth A dispatch from Lewes Delaware to night says tbo tug Hercules arrived this evening and reports that the schooner wan the Cornelius Ten men from the Hargraves and seven from the Viz caya were picked up by Sarah L transferred to the The latter proceeded for the wreck to render assistance bat at mldolght mee the tug which bad been to the scene and found both vessels sunk and all hands gone They picked up the body of a woman The survivors report thafc nearly a hundred psbple were clinging the wreck atone timo The schooner Har v graves cleared from LewesOctober 27th with ooal for Fall Riven Mass V I I THE MEXICAN FtCKMDS A Rich Mineral Field CITY Oct party that went frorri this city toinvestigate the of precious mefcals in iiVcl1 Wichita foothills in Nation returned tbrday arid the reports from there have A company of capitalists and miners have been organized with and control of tVvehtyrlive square of territory most valuable deposits j arelocated that sllyerv1 lead coal and some aspbaltumhave been found He News tEAyJE WOBTai master again threw out pf the maiTthe tipn of theLeaiveowortb this morning bees use it list of Catholic fair hai Postrii aster that can fortiid an American newspaper printingthe Tho Clerk Seized and Chloroformed While at the Safe NIAGARA Oct 31 TRIBUNE San FrancLsro Chronicte At 3 oclock this afternoon George Lam merts aclerk in the Suspension Bridge postoffioe and brother of the postmaster wont to the office safe to get M supply of stamps for the tray at the stamp window was empty He was the of fice and while getting the stamps hie was seized from bchinclby an unknown man and a cloth supposed to bpsaturated with chlo roform thrown about bis head and he was thrown on the floor where he was found later The money order tray is missing but the loss is not as yet known Lauimerts has ROJdea who his assailants were The post office is just across the from the custom house were several men were working at tlie time The thief have entered the office through the post m asters Conductors lusuranceAeiKKJiation People Compelled to Abandon Theii Cemetery i Orrr OP MKXICO Oct Dis Francisco Chronicle News hae just city from the terlor and seaboard of severe daraagedoue by theetbrmf that havoj been raging for three weeksor more Iii Sonora heavy rains accompanied by hijch i winds and hail blew down whole groves trees it the cut the crops on the plantations to piecee atid x caused unlimited damage This will result in future hardship among the owflers of small plantations and the laborbif classee It IB estimated that it will take years to ro pair the dtiraage so trees vid shrubbery The city of Teroloapan fared even worse Tbere the rain was so away the stone pavement of the streets r an d u n derm i ne the found ations 6f niany 7 houses One peculiar result of the was th at a n u m ber of grares Inl the bfcl cemetery vonthe outskirts of the 14 town werewashed partially open andv found in the fitreet where they left by the floodB i A number of coflna whicJi wereiiear falaoVit posed Along the Northernborder of Mexico thV Rio Grande r ri ver ijows so rapidly thai the Villa from Ort 11 withoutstopping ortood inrept fl VIA n4M way Conductors Insurarice Association ot the and Canada concluded Ha twentyLhird annual convention here The tion has enlarged itg field of opera tion by passing this resolution ThLt tiiia Association will re cetve all metnbers who are morally and u nder years in positions aW patchers allofficers r bicljnei att InJ fore the cpuld The Jn the storm raT IB sogreat th at President prlated money f or while ieubscrtpt11 Ilefof thbar inade ha ve been in
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