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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT OTHER IN THE MOST EXTENSIVE BESTADYLRTISIKGISDIDI ROCKY MOUNTAIN RECTON VOX 217 SAiT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY MOBOTSTGh 10 1890 BONNYS SILENCE Another of Stanleys Officers Joins in the Controversy HE BELIEVES BARTTEiOT WAS GBAZY What He Knows About the Canni bal From Stanley Committee Deny ThatThey Wore After JSmms eign News Nov this morning publishes a throecolumn signed statement from Honny who opens by regretting that Barttulots brother forced the disclosure of a painful story Bonny nays Stanley only hoard of tho polnrmlng suspicions from him on tho iiiith of Octohor Bonny nays Bartte lot and Jameson after questioning tho hfilonglnj to Stanleys previous ox peditlon as to tho fate of Iaooek and others cxprcHsod tho opinion that Stanley would unyhody Ho ndrhlUod that rumors to wore current in Europe but nothinK wua over proved against Stanley Bonny confirms liiO report that Barttelot nsktd him for a tasteless poison with which to remove Tippo Tibs nephew 8ollm with whom lio had a iuarrol Honny had all tho Barttolotdld not make any further at tempts to poison Sollrn Bonny confirms tho statement that Barttolot deliberately hit a woman For thin Barttolot would havobeen lynched if Bonny had not rfsouod him Honny has nob fclui slightest doubt that tho hoy Soufli tiled from tho ofToots of the kick Klvon him by Barttelot Ho confirms tho fltatirmmfc that thft Mission boy Hotiry who acted us Interpreter dine from tho of fucts of tiifi iOO lashes ffo did not as Minted but was loft on tho road Thj hoy was afraid to cotwiback because he had sold Harttnlots revolver to procure food Tho Major recaptured tho boy and had him puhllely sentenced to bo shot not intending to carry out tho sentence Tho wholo throatonod to desert If tho sontiujco was carried out RtuHolot then exclaimed By God I will give him too Henry became Insensible alter receiving thirty lashfts Tho scone was tho most horrible he Bonny ovor saw Morti fication set In and tho flonh of tho victim fell in pieces to tho ground swelled to twice Its ordinary slxo and ho in twentyfour hours Honny tells of the unprovoked stabbing of the Chief Onganga by Barttulot with a pen kniCo ifo declares tho boat foollntc pro In tho village till tho Major arrlvod whoa lo Irnmedlatoly oausud Ironnlo by ex travagant demands and throats Hotuiy confirms Stanley further and tolls about the killing of tho by Bart telot who after boating the man frightfully a fltalT smashed his skull with It Barttelot ho says projected an expedition of his own to reach Casatl Bonny confirms Stanleys account of tho BarUolot except that Brirttolot had riot a cypress stall but a revolver In his hand punched and kicked tho woman Bonny tho sentence 0 the Soudanese soldier Burga Mahomrned but says Stanley Is en tiruly correct In stating that Barttclo projected an expedition of his own by whlo It was plan nod to reach Casafcl and not go t llnyoro Bonny throatonod that he wnult enlist tho assistance of tho Arabs to frus trate this plan and tnorefoie It wa dropped He never thought Stanley wa dead With regard to Stanleys charge agains him of a lark of initiative Bonny says ho I glad blood la not on his head a it would have been had he violently resisted nnd triod to stop Barttelot from doing wha ho had done Tho wholo camp ao oxooratoi the major tbat In a moment at the raising of Honnys hand Barttelot would have noun torn limb from limb Honny admits that combined action mlgh huvo succeeded but tho relations of tine ofllcors wore too strained and a single writ ten protest would havo made the protestor f markedman and It was no slight matter to Incur Barttolota dislike Bonny that ho has no doubt of the correctness of Jamesons story Jameson showed him cannibalistic scone sketch and described It In detail Six skotchos aro now In posses sion of Jamesons widow They represent tho tying up and killing and carving of a girl and distribution of tho flesh to tho na tives sorauibllng for pieces cooking and feasting Bonny declares that he told Barttolots brother of tho wholo proceeding and that had he published complete diaries they would throw much light on tho affair ll says In conclusion that ho can only bo lleve that Burttolot was insano TIo wrote to this olloot to Sir Walter Barttelot relat ing his reasons for this bottof and ho thought It a pity tho dead mans rolativos failed to take this charitable view A communication from Stanley appears In this mornings Tlmm In which ho gives tho names of tho persons who Informed him oC the Jameson Incident and he says Jameson said that if such charge wore broucht him he would deny It ITo also says a cler gyman In London has setm tho negros head and nook which Jameson has sent home to bo stuffed Stanley adds that ho could not havehollovod tho story himself had not Jameson appeared to glory In tho fact that he was the only white roan who had soon Tho Times calls upon Barttolot and Mrs to publish everything In their possession In ordor that the wholo dreadful business may bo cleared up The Emin Relief Committee published a denial of the statements that they desired to acquire Emlns ivory rathtr than to res cue ftmlns life Tho committee say hoy only stipulated that If Ivory waa found it should be used to defray their expenses but that none was received 1ho expe dition cost them Stanley gave his services gratuitously besides throwing up oiiKaKPTYiotits of tho value of ovor and further generously placing at the pusal of tho committee allsums which tho press mlsrht pay for his letters on tho expe dition which sums amounted to Stanley was personally responsible for tho auliotion of members of his staff and ar rungomonts wero made with them clave was bold yesterday afternoon The ladteH drew up a formal resolution protest ing against tho uso of beautiful young girls fur rriudelK They doolare they possess figures equally useful for all artistic pur poses and that henceforth their husbands must UKO their wivos instead of strangers to secure their lines of grace and beauty Tho ladies stated that the introduction of young artlosH girls Into studios was at once im modest and immoral that occasionally ad yfmturoHses posod more for tho artist per sonally than Tor his work and that 7nuch of the dointstlc infelicity in artists families arose from entanglements begun in studios and Juveiopvd In iuxurious restaurants aud places of entertainment VISCOUNT CANTUIjUPES FATE A Wild Niffht nnd nn Angry Irish Sea BELFAST Nov Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Series loss of Urania In Bwlfast lough with her owner Viscount Cantelupo eldest son of Ilov Reginald Windsor Sackvillo Ear of de la Warr during the fearful storm of tho past few days has already boon announced It appears that tho Viscount had only just purchasttd the yacht at Glasgow and was tMijoying his maiden trip On Thursday evening ho anchored oil Barigor twelve rnlios from lion some three hundred yards shoio and only a stones throw from tho row of terraced villas at tho foot of tho main stmit of the village Kady Thursday evening a gale began blowing and continued to Incroaso in strength until it had attained the propor tions of a hurrlcnne swooping down from tho north and west Tho night turned out to bo one of tho wildest over oxperiouccd on tho oosist As tho wind Inoruascd the sea broke over the llttlo vossol nod much un easiness was folt on shore lest she should unnhlo to rido it out Tlio storm however so inoroasud in violence that 11 was impos sible to launch tho liCoboats Tho vossol was blown steadily in shore until shu strucik This Viscount and his mon meantime Oo cklod to take to the rigging us the yacht WHS beginning to fill Oantolupo going first Ho had just bogun to asooud having passed one arm through tho lilo buoy and around the ropos while tho other was extended to help tho man next below him when ho wart struck by a tremendous wave and curried oil the wrwck MIGHT BOUNDS ANJ A DRAW The BratmanDanforth Match Ended by Darkness MEMPHIS Nov fight be tween Reddy Brannan ol Streator and Tomjioy of Now Orleans was declared a draw at iho end of tho eighth round on account of darkness The first round of tboSght wasverytame In the second Brannan knocked Danforth over tho ropes but tho latter quickly re gained his foet and drow Qrst blood from over Brannans left eye After this there was considerable infightinc and some gone exchanges but no serious work In tho latter part of tho seventh Brannan knocked Danforth down and when ho arose grasped him around the neck and was beginning to pummel him when the thorn At the end of tho eighth tlio referee stopped tho light on account of darkness It is not known when it will bo resumed A CABINET CHANGE A Tennesscean to Succeed Tracy Who Will Succeed Miller Nov Times will publish tomorrow morning a statement that Hon H Clay Evans present Congress man from this district defeated by tho Democratic nominee last Tuesday will be a member of President Harrisons cabinet to succeed Secretary Tracy who will bo ten dered tiie seat on tho Supreme Bench SECRETARY RUSKS REPORT The Condition of the Agricultural interests Greatly Improved FARMS BENEFITED BY THE NEW LAWS Silver Legislation Has Advanced the Prices of Farm Products and the Tariff Ijaiv Has Had a Bene ficial Beet Sugar In dustry THE CLEARING HOUSES The Business ol the Banks for the Last Yveclc Bosrox Nov TITB TKIB following tablo compiled from dispatches from the clearingbouses of tho cities named shows the gross exchanges for last week with the relative per cent of in crease and decrease as against similar amounts for the corresponding week in 1SS9 CITIES TIIE PLAYS AND PLAYERS A STEAM of LONDONS ART SCANDAL Tho Artists Wives Think They Arc Oraceiul Enough for Models LONDON Nov San Francisco Chronicle a so quol to tho raid made by tho vigilance com mittee on the Rabelais exhibition of paint ings at the art gallery n Pall Mall there ia grsat excitement among society persons arising from the very simple rulceho exhib itors had made Thoy required every man who entered the private room In which fcho particularly indecent pictures wero huns and from which women wore excluded to hand his card to the doorkeeper All theso cards havobeen saved and the exhibitors say they intend to produce thorn in court in order that they may know what a fine ohms of people attended their exhibition of Gnr aiors pictures This freo advertisement has caused some It Is said that many would rather pay sums than havo their cards shown v As nti outcome of the late police rjvld on the liabelals indscont pictures the wives of most prominent painters have meeting with startling The oon Wonderful Maneuvering1 Powers an lijiiglish Vessel LONDON Nov Dispatch San Ifranolsco Chronicle Series tests of a steam llfoboat which has just boon brought out la England havo proved ro rnarlcably satisfactory tho maneuvering powers of tht boat being admirable Going at full speed sho made with rudder half a olrclc in thirtyJive seconds and n fiill one In fifty seconds Going slowly with rudder tnd turbine tho full circle was made in forty seconds aria with turbino nlono In fiftytwo socondsi By working tho lovers on deck the boat was brought from a full spotid lio a dead stop In thirtytwo seconds and from a dead stop to full spoed in four seconds Those tests show how entirely tho boat Is under tho control of tho oflicer On dock no communication whatever being lecossary with the engine room as tho rna ihhwy always runs in ono direction Tho consumption of coal under forced draught s a little moro than two hundred weight er hour and tho supply will last for thirty ioiu3 Tho steam lifeboat IB likely to j oomo Into general 1130 on dangerous parts of tho English coast SOME OF THIS ATTKACTrONS THAT AllE COMING WJSSTWAKO All tlie Comforts of Homo Sclicrhilocl for thtt Davenport to Underftako yardous Play Views of Crispis Orjjan Nov Minister Orlspis organ Rffnrma says tho visit of tho Ger man chancellor to is an event ovor which tho two nations should as It affords frosh confirmation of tho existence of friendly relations between tho two conn trios It Is a political ovtmtof tho first or dnr Indicating a uhango of system and a bollof in liigh quarters In the existence of other forces better adapted to combat so cialism than iiho Christian Conservative party which will bo replaced by tho Jewish middle class Liberals The Case 0 ITiunuNE Dispatch LONPON Nov San IYanelsuo Series Tho SlavinMcAulllTo caao wlllcomcup for heur Ing at sosalons on Friday next A great deal of public interest has already been lu tlio trial and Is general that It is quite possible tho prize flghtors will bo sentenced to a short 1orin of Imprisonment although on tho other hand tho hopeIs widely oxprossod that thoy will got olt With tho imposition of a fino NETV YORK Nov San Francisco Chronicle Hay man in conscquonco of tho groat sucoossof thu revival of tho Priruto Secretary through tho country has arranged to ax tend their engagement in Bun to two weeks presenting then at the Buldwi Theater during tho holidays Tho com puny Is now en route for Sun Francisco tho Comforts of which is th biggest comedy which wo have hud in th East this season will go to tho U a kiwi Theater during the winter for four weeks instead of two A contract was signed by Manager A II ay in an yesterday by which he will talc tho Jharles Frohman Stock Company which is now playing Men and Women here oi a spring tour to San Francisco and a sum mur tour throughout California The coin puny numbers twentyseven people and I tho largest stock organisation that will ye have boon sont fiom New York to the coast the new Surdou p which has by Charles Frohman is now in rehearsal at thu Theater Fran calso Paris Sarclon the author personally attends the rehearsals The leading par in Laris will be played by Mjno Bartefc I is a sympathetic part short but neverthe less winning and strong Coquellu is to play the comedy role There are four act in tho comedy and four changes of scene dardou is to look after the English adaption is playing at the Porto Si Martin in Paris to receipts that nightly avorago It receives its firstproduc tion at the Fifth Avenue Theater hero ir December with Faunio Davenport not roach tho Coast until next October IJ the author SwiCt and Tho which Daniel Froh man presents for tho iirsb tlrno next Tues day has slguod a contract with Mr Froh man to write a new play on American life as viewed by an Englishman Chamber returns to London noxc wook After being rehearsed six months by Davic Boiasco Mrs Carter roiikos her first ap pearance hero Monday night Will Morris who played at San Francisco in dillevcint theaters all last winter Lias made a hit lie re in tho loading parts Pauline Hall intends visiting tho Coast next winter NO DANGER OF STATEHOOD Canon Boyles Manifesto RKRLIN Nov Boyle has pub lished a flory letter exhorting Irishmen to rejoct Parnolla suggested altornativo or any other luud purchase scheme leaving but onehair of tho tenantry as PartioHs scheme does Bo declares that tho very stones of Mltchollstown and Tlpporary red with tin blood of their nuirdorefl brothers would riso In mutiny at tho thought of such a reestablishment of halod landlordlsui Tho iottor oausod a sousatlon A Tricky London Broker LONDON Nov rare Incident In the History of Stock Exchange occurred dur ing last weulc It was tho action ofthe committee expelling from tho Institution Perelval Preston a broker for breach of faith with a client It scorns that tho client uid ordered Preston to soil a largo parcel of Mexican securities but tho broker disre garding tho interests of his client Qrst sold for himself thus spoiling his clients market Tho Belgian Agitation Nov mooting was hold throughout noltrium today in favor of the ighthour working clay and universal suf ujre Many speakers advocated a Belgian republic Money was collected in anticipa tion of a general strike Bills were thrown over tho barrack walls In Brussels enjoln ng the soldiers to cooperato with the vorklngmen Consumptives Inoculated Nov BorgmVnn in flated fifteen consumptive patients Thurs day by Professor Kochs process and on tho ollowtng day exhibited ono of the patients before a numbor of physicians in order to how the change that had resulted within wontyfour hours Tho Borson Courier ays it has authority for the statement that rofessor Kochs remedy has proved to be a ucoess Sapastn Given nn Ovation BxncEnoxA Nov Sagasta vho Is making a political tour of tho coun ry received an ovation hero today On is arrival ha was carried from tlio railway tatlon to the carriage on the shoulders of ho crowd Then tho horses were unhar essod tho carriage dragged in triumpa hrough tho A Railway Strike K Nov massmeeting of railway men hero today decided to go out on a strike in consequence of refusing to either lessetxthc hbntsvof labor orsubmit to the mens demands for arbitra tion Nov Von for Bcrll after bidding Minister CrispK As tho train moved off the Ohancollor wna vo ciferously BalCoiir JV finedl to hisrooms at Dublin cold An Omaha Paper Speaks Up for the Gentiles Ol Utah Nov 0 Special to Tntn In the course of an editorial to morrow morning on tho suggestion that Mormon leadovs will offer to give to tho Re publicans thoh1 support and tlireo electoral votes in exchange for Statehood the Bee will say sentiment of the country will coiuo up squarely to tho support of tho Lib erals in this emergency The Republican party wants no votes in Congress or the Electoral College that have been purchased at the cost of American idoas It wants no new States stained with tho crime of Mor monlsm The Republicans are responsible for about all tho legislation lib at has thus far contributed to tho emancipation of Utah Gentiles in their effort to drownjout Mormonisin with good American citizens aud develop tho resources of the Territory The people of Utah need not fear a Republican President and Congress for any political advantage will saddle the now curse of Mormon State government upon A Male Soprano There Is one excellent woman in this city who wishes sh9 had attended lio her own allalrs and neither listoned nor tattled Tho wife of a popular railroad raan who occupied rooms and boarded in her house weno away for week left him alone Uclnn of u social disposition he invited in some his two or throe railroad ofliciuls and u wellknown professor OL music and proceeded to hava an evening of it In a mildly hilarious way About the small hours the musician en tainocl thorn with sorao amusing and very clever imitations of a prima donna Ho brought forth peals of laughter and was loudly applauded CJ Tho next morning the lady of the house received her boarder with a brow like a thunder cloud He attempted to apologize for the noisy demonstrations of tho previous evening but was frowned It was not until his wife had returned and met him with an icy front that he know tho full measure of his ollondiutf I didnt I couldnt have be lieved she said incoherently could have been so Base my dear What do you mean Why those remarks sobbed bis wife rlsins to tho a tragedy queen Oh how you have deceived mol Who was the who came here and suns and when I your wife was absent Answer me that fa1se Iswearno not even the wash ladyi Who has been telling you such The does a high soprano1 nor play the 1 Nov Secretary of Agriculture has presonted his annual report to the President By comparing tho prices at Chitago for October 6 1300 and of 18SO he shows a marked increase in values of agricultural products especially of the cer eals A tabular statement of the sigricul exports of tho last fiscal year Includ ing live animals barley hay potatoes hops cheese eggs flax wool wines the old and new tariff rates be ing given for each indicates a ma terial In tho import duties on these articles and shows each to have boon im ported in considerable The Sec retary asserts that without ignoring the of focts of natural causes in enhancing values it is evident that tho legislation of the last session of Congress has directly benefited tho farmers tho improved value of cereals as ho believes being mostly due to silver legislation which forever has lessened tho influence of iiussia and India our wheat competitors in tho British markets Our increased export trade in cattlo and animal products Is another cause of con gratulation Energetic and effective meas ures were adopted for the eradication of pi europneumonia and there Is a crowing appreciation at homo and abroad of the Departments ability to suppress or effect ually control contagions animal diseases tie declares that nob a single case of con tag tons pkmropneumonia has been alleged to exist among American cattlo shipped to British parts since March last The Secre tary strongly recommends an inspection law moro comprehensive than the present one of animals slaughtered for interstate or for eign trade The the homo sugar Industry is consiclorocl favorable An analysis by the department chemist of beets irrown in Var ious States from seed distributed last spring indicate a high per cunt of sugar anu afford what is regarded as conclusiveproof that laLtgo sections of tho country are adapted lo tho successful culture of the sugar beet results obtained and Kansas ho says demonstrate the feas ibility of homegrown sugar manufacture In tho Bureau of Animal Industry ar rangements are perfected for adairy di vision establishment which is delayed somewhat by a lack of necessarylegisla tion Oooporation with experiment stations will bo undertaken on important lines in Now Kostou Philadel St Louis Pittshurg San Fraiu Hiilthnorc Cincinuiit New Orln C JHhvauke Galvcston Minnmi po Ciovnlam St Columbus Kort Worth Riohmoi Wiishiii llcirlfori St Josenl Poniaiul New Sioux Scuttle Clearances lucrse Dccrso Wichita Wilmington Birmingham Jnuicl Lps Angeles Lincoln GilJlt Dos Now Topcika fjcxingto Moutriiiil Hnlifiix Iphia rg ncisco re Citv ceo 17 wlis le is 1 Or id IMC ton h Me ir en Id ty lam ipids LlOS 7 S Ogil fS lord n Ky f N eluding experiments with grasses in the arid regions and trial of new plants A collec tion of agricultural statistics of the reports of growing crops and of theprobable suppli er staple products iutho markets of the world is given c The production of raw silk as an indigen ous industry la referred to in very encour aging terms though its importance is emphasized by reference to imports raw silks which have largely increased1 during tliu year and are valuedforthe year at upwards of but the necessity for favorable legislation as well as for provements in machinery is insistedupon Eneouiaging words are refor once to lax culture believ ing the recent changes in the tariff on linens will serve to encouige manufacturers to provide a market forhomcrgrown flax PIrrigation and an artesian supply of wator arc made tbo subject of special re foronce Reference is made to tho coining transfer of the weather thfi Department1 of Agriculture declaration of tho Secretarys desire to widen tho present scope of the to increase its benefits to agriculture He also insists strongly upon the necessity for amoro frequent representation ofthe de partment at meetings of agricultural and kindred associations The possibility of serving the corn growers throughout the onntry by extending the market for Indian oiin in foreicn countries has Secretarys attention with tho result that lie has appointed a special agent aboad navlncr special qualifications for this duty to investigate and report upon the possibil ity of promoting the consumption of Indian corn in European countries In concluding the report he siys A careful review of the events of the past year anda general survey of the agricultu a field today betoken a marked improve ment in the condition of our agriculturists and promise for their future He ends by declaring that ho looks forward vith confidence to the time in the high riuality of as well as in the magnitude of its enterprise tho agriculture Of tho United States shall not only industries in this bo tho leader in this great industry of all 3ther ExChief Whoaton ELMIHA N Wlieaton xGiand1 Chief of tho Order of Railway Jcnductors was tried hero yesterday on hargo preferred by Grand Secretary Dan els and acquitted Daniels ailing to sab tantiate the charge Not included in totals this lima hist yoor No at THE IRISH KKLlttF FUND Tho American Committee Tempora rily Withdraws Its Appeal Nisvr YOUK Nov American com mittee for the relief of tho famine in Ire land has issued a public statement announc ing that it temporarily withdraws its appeal to the American people Tho statement says while at the time the appeal was issued there was no reason for believing that tho distress would bo relieved otherwise than by American generosity tho British Govern ment has since been spurred to investigate andundertake a system of pub lic works in tho distressed districts which by affording partial relief will at least postpone the famine The committee has good reason to believe that this sudden activity on the part of tho British Govern ment is largely duo to the prompt sympathy and support spontaneously olfered from this country and accordingly congratulates the American people on having secured for the sufferers in Ireland a substantial hope of relict without the expenditure of a dollar It 1ms also been represented by the visifc Irish delegates that it would produce ui interfering element in Irish politics if aii in any shape should bo sent to Ireland b any charitable agency before the presen resources of the imperilled peasants weri exhausted The situation of the politica parties is peculiar and tbo committee L strenuously anxious to avoid creating uev complications by interference of any sort These representations of the accredited en voys of tho Irish people are therefore en titled to consideration so long as there ii no immediate danger of actual suffering famine When that point is reached if i comes the committee will with the ful approval of the Irish leaders renew its ap peal The crisis will come about tho clos year will then be apparen pledges of the British Govern ment are to be kept and whether the relic measures provided under its auspices wil adequate SUBSCRIPTIONS AT BOSTON BOSTON Nov Irish leaders held reception this afternoon ac theBoston Theater which was packed with people Speecheawere rnado by all the delegates Another meeting was held tonight at the closeof the theater The receipts at tho two meetings aggregated in addition to which tho audience pledged about S3000 CHICAGOS ANARCHISTS They Commemorate the Hanging of the Hayinarket Murderers CHICAGO Nov of flowers sympathetic speeches aud a parade ol1 2000 people tlu colouration todiy of the third anniversary of tho oxccution of the anarchists The speeches in comparison vith the oldtime fiery uttorunces were mild almost to tamoness Tho weather was colid anil choerjess Tho procession marched through several downtown streets with banners fnrlou and draped with crape When tho special train reached tho ceme tery the procession again formed and marched past the graves each society as it went by depositing its tioral offerings until the graves were piled high with a mass of rod and white flowers in various designs The crowd then assembled in front of a platform and listened to speeches George Schmidt the purpose of tho assoeimion was to commemorate tho murder of their comrades by tho machinery of capi tal TX S Oliver said the memory of the noble dead will stir the laboring man to daro nnd when thattime comes lot somebody be ware Though a scaffold and gibhot bo builtat every crossroad let us have courage comrades H E HurUiolomew in his nddross said tho excitement over the of Lin coln was compared with tho influ ence of the hanging of tho anarchists Ho dead us now John Brown Other speeches weio rnnde in German and English and the crowd quietly dispersed GRIMES OF QNE M A Chicagoan Mixed Carbolic itid With RESULTS OF A DEMOCRATIC JUBILEE Ono Man Killed and Several Wounded ExMayor CottroHs Slayer Tealons Lorer Murders His re Desperadoes Break JaiL AMONG THE RUSSIAN PEOPLE AN AMERICAN CORRESPONDENT IN VAOMS TIXK DOMAIN Fifteen Thousand People Kxpclll From St PetersburgYearly to Insnro His Majestys C h l seoi exclal ni e dthe h u si a ri d as night Then he sat down arid laughed until he was vthat wasnt a wasPidf g h and we alt It was funny M 1 and lady A JOafce Michigan Nov 9 The scow was wrecked off Anhapeo this morning and Cook Bernard lost The other members of tho crow remained in the rigging five hours before being rescued and are in a serious condition as the result of Dated Tortoises Thore is a woligrounded popularbelief that our tortoise lives to vast age nnd numerous casesof turtles bearing dates over a centuryold have been cited There was until iSSfi in fcho neighborhood d writers home in New Jersey an old tortoise which had been marked by the jinventor of the geometric lathe Itvbbre clearly out with A graver on Its under As from year siiice the of its marking by trustwbrthy witnesses thore can be that genuine tortoise has not Sjeen seen since probably died other been the past1 nine ivi years marked with inscription the letters date were so mtich wor n as to be f airi tly discern 1 ble they Aii Kartbquake at Gm ay mas Oixy OF MBXtco Nov was a heavy shock of earthquake at a ra today in Guaynias causing great fright but doing little damage A Stanley Dinner Nov elaborate dinner was given Mrs Stanley and their party at the Plaza Hotel by Colonel and Mrs FirJey Anderson The room was elab orately decorated was o ii nd V for th e 1 lastvti d ead an t h e siiminer of toises whenmarkedv iperlpdof theirliyesas yjtiarsi reacfi or fi f ty y 6re et tis ts rth T h i thirtyyyearS iaf A Discovery in the Use of A correspondent in the Nation has con the interesting information that L the word signifies a small brass coin curiqnt in Persia and ludia and worth about a cenfof otir money He adds that the expression not worth a dam1 was first used by Englishmen trading in the East to express their sense of a things worthloss ness We rocall nothing the history of profanity of more or Jikoly to be more this discovery in language ConfeiUera little Of the many millions of men otunbleraiished general of unnatural irritation ijidulged and pungent phrase probably exceeding few if for a1 moment that they were nmking use of entirely nocenb and permis sible phniseology in rtheir mother aipwtbesesame millions in the flood of light thrownxupon by the Nations Can back upon a longViist to be sure to thci aud theremotest twingel of npr fear uf puriishhient Better th ey can f or w ard to a glor 10 us free thephrase not thev rbse colored refinement of f course that can su vantage i h aye aVsnea of 1 gailt and thus KiiirrhiRh asni h pi d fch at to YORK Nov San Francisco Chronicle Stevens a special correspondent who has been absent all summer on a special mission to Russia returned home today on the HamburgAmerican steamer Augusta Vic Ho wont to stvidy tho llussian peo ple and thair condition lie long jour neys on horseback and made tunny interest ing observations Ho says individuals have no rights in Russia They exist in peace and breathe the air outside a prison cell solely on sufferance of the police whose authority over them is that of deputy despots in their capacity as representatives ol whose power and omuipotoncy bolong to thorn by proxy When Mr Stevens first reached St Peters burg he wrote home of the agreeoble im pression that made on him by seeing hc driving freely about tho streets with scarcely any escort Before leaving Kussia however he discovered that in order to make this sort of tiling possible Goneral Grosser the Czars Chief of Police sunima ily expels from the capital no less than persons every year or an average of over forty a day Tourists and casual vis tors from America and Europe eo tho Czar driving about in this manner but they know lothing of the otherside of the picture of streams of suspects und others driven fromthe city thirtynine put of forty of whom are as innocent of evil ntent as sucking babe and so they coin a away with rosy and erroneotiSfimyrossions ihinking they have seen Russia They who have scon merely St Peters burg and Moscow have seen little or nothing says Mr Stevens nor even if hey havo made a grand across tho ountry by rail and up or down tho Volga hese tourists have glided over tho surface f Russia their path made smooth and grccable by the imported polish of the Vest but they have nou seen it Petersburg was built to be tho win ow for Russians to look through and see Durope and fov Europe to look Jnio and see Russia People do not hang their dirty linen in their front windows and the Rus sians less than anybody else for by pene trating into their back rooms or provinces theirs is found to be abominably Nor Bennett a streetcar driver was arrested charged with poisoning his wife A year ov so ago Bennett married a welltodo widow A short time ago she was ill and calledha physician After taking tho medicine somo time it wus discovered that instead of get ting bettor she was growing worse and an investigation by her friends resulted in discovery that Bennett had been system TticiUiy adultorating nor medicinewith car bolic acid She will probably die Desperadoes Break Jail KANSAS Cnv Nov desperate nogroes escaped from tbo county jail this morning by knocking down tho jailer who lot them out into the corridor to empty slops and taking away his keys He was seriously injured but will recover the prisoners were recaptured during tho day Only ono Peter Jackson offered any serious resistance He had the jailers re volver nnd tried to kill two policemen but was clubbod nearly to death Green Reed a murderer and Richard Peudloton a high wayman are still at largo Results of a Democratic Tufoileo MAHION 1 Nov results of last nights row at Pairmount ovor tho Demo cratic jollification meeting arc Con Paul dead W II Campbell John Berry Jerry William Oobb slightly wounded Thn negro Utley who started tho row ro ceivod a bullet in the back which is not serious I7o narrowly escaped lynching The officers spirited Mm away during night All k Th e Tealons Ixver Pom WAYNE Nor der a beautiful young woman was shot and killed today by Bert Shurt her lover who was insanely jealous because attention paid her by other young mon Shurt af terward suicided Murder and Suicide Nov 9 William G Valley a railroad conductor last nlpht killed his wife and suicided Tho cause of tho tragedy is unknown BROTHER AND SISTER MARRY Tho Very Remarkable Tale That Comes From Kansas Citjr KANSAS OITV Nov most remarka ble romance camo to light Twenty five years ago two babies brother and sis ter were abandoned in Oastle Garden by their parents They wero adopted by dif ferent people The girl lived with her fos ter mother Mrs Evans in Philadelphia aud the boy who was adopted by a man named Barr grew up learned a trade and went to Philadelphia There he met Miss Evans fell In love and in duo course of time they were married and came to Kansas City to live A couple of years ago Mrs Evans died and soon after a relation in Canada died intes tate leaving a large fortune The detec tives in searching for Mrs Evanss adopted child discovered the story and told it to Mr and Mrs Barr No issue had resulted from the marriage Legal proceedings will at once be taken to annul it and brother and sister will then keep possession of the fortune of CottrcHft Slayer Acquitted Now 0 Chief Police Gerald who killed Cottroll tbo exmayor of Cedar Keys has bosn ac quitted on tho ground of justifiable homi cide A Kansas City Banker Dies KANSAS CITV Nov 9 H 8 Mills a banker and prominent citizen of tbis place died today while en route from New York DEATH COMES PAINLESSLY An Overdue Steamer NEW ORLEANS steamship Captain Grow of the Morgan Nicaragua and New Orleans is overdue and fears are entertained for her safety She left Blue Fields October 30th with a cargo of fruit con signed to tho Southern Pacific Company There were half a dosen passengers besides the crew probably twenty She is an old sidewheel steamer The Pretender in London LONDON Nov The Count of Paris and the Duke of Orleans accompanied by their suite arrived in London Main With a Patent There were only half n dozen people Jn the palace car all day long and after dinner when the man who had been sleeping and reading in seat No 12 came over to me for a chat I welcomed open arms He said his name was Saunders and tbat he had a patent or improvement on some part of a locomotiveHe vras going though to Gin cinnati to have it perfected or adopted or something1 of the sort He had been in partnership with a mean man a man who had tried to swindle him out of a To1 gee evenhe had stolen the patent and run j away He had it with in aivalise Thatwas all he just then but later on heeonfided to me the fact that at a town abputftbirty miles away this j wicked partner1 of his might possibly be on hand to board the train and iittepiptto wrest the treasu from bis keep ng He wanted my advice and I offered tliargd of He thanked me With great effusiveness and we approached the town he shut smoking As the train I saw an old acquaintaiice on the platform and whiio talking a posse was hunting the trainforniyf rferidV find h ini as behad dropped off and struclc outfor the lountry T I went on taking lis valise I wiis ranged openedby a nieddlesoiueiclerk Instead of ise kndiotlior 6ejitl use A Scientific Opinion That Will Be Consoling to All Humanity The signs of impending death are many and variable No two instances arc pre cisely identical yet eevcral signs aro com mon to many crises Shakespeare who ob served everything else observed and ra corded some of the premonitory signs of death also In tho account of the death of Falstafl tho sharpness of the riose the cold ness of tbe feet gradually extending up ward the picking at iho bedclothes aro accurately described For some time before death indications of its approach become apparent Speech grows thick nnd labored tbo hands if raised fall instantly Hie respiration is dif ficult the beart loses its power to propel tho blood to the extremities which consequently become cold a clammy moisture oozes tbrounh of tho skin tho voice crows woak and husky or piping tho eyes begin co tlieSr lustre Jn death of old age there Is a gradual dulling of all bodily senses and many of the mental faculties memory fails judgment waveri imagination goes out like a candle Tho muscles and tendons getj stiff tho voice breaks tbo cords of the aro loosening Small noises irritate sighs be comes dim nu tritition goes on feebly dJ gestion is impaired the secretions aro la sulMcient or vitiated or ceaso capillary cir culation is clogared Finallyt the central organ of the circulation comes to a stop a fu 11 stop and this stoppage means a dlssolu tion This is the death ofold ago wnicb few attain to Many people have an Idea that death la necessarily painful even butj is no reason whatever to suppose that because In a certain proportion of dissolution is by a visible spasm and distortion of the thac the idea exists but It Is nearly as cer tain as anything can oe that these distor tions of the facial muscles are notonly pain less but rake place unconsciously In many instances too a comatose or semicomatose state supervenes and t is altogether prob able that more or lass complete unconscious ness then prevails We have too evidence of people who have bean nearly drownefl and resuscitated and they allj agree in the statement that after a few moments of painful struggling fear and anxiety pass away and a state of ty succeeds They see the reen fields and In somo cases bear pleasing music and so far from being miserable their sensations aro delightful Bat where attempts at resuscitation almost Jnvariably pro test against being brought back to life and declare that resuscitation is accompanieid by physical pain and acute mental is a fact which persoaally consequently Is of and as facts are the wiser course to look theni aquarely ia the face for necessityIs coalblack death keeps no In 1848 of her wits being sharpened of earning a ones tbe Tdea of making and ing readymide clothing for which time Furnishing only g ood and largest for it   

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