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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                Part First Pages 1 to 8 VOL SAM LAKE CITY UTAH STTODAY DECEMBEK 2S 1890 PRICE FIVE CENTS A FAMOUS EOiFIGE DOOMED Old Curiosity Shop to Be Razed to the Ground A FRENCH CRAZE FOB THE GHASTLY The Cart That Born Away GonfTea Mutilated Remains Is Now Exhib The Pope on tho Social Ques French Prohibitive Tar Nowa LONDON Dfo Oa Hhop vrhlch every man woman find child In tho Englishspeaking world known by repute Is tho next of tho calibrated buildings which IM doomed to destruction It is situated In Fottor Lane which fterlvfid Its name from tho who used to be the most prominent feature of the neighborhood find were called OliarloH Dickens in his early used tlio houso In order to borrow books from what was at that time n lihntry Tho olrj tenant Mrs who has leiiHed tho simp for over nixty years and now reached the patriarchal ago of eighty HX si lively recollection of tho novelists VMJW and tolis many Htorlcs of him Mut name of Diokens is not the only OHO of Importanoft whloh assoclat with of Fetter Lane for two oele hntted brothers lived there who IH ro by every nwdnr of the history of turbulent times of Oliver Cromwell as a prominent member of Parliament of that time Those wprn Praise Gnd Bare the member in question and while John Drydon alsri lived for time In one of the houses CYRCrjKRS ON WHEELS Pope regarding remedies boyond the relig ious to be advocated His BoJInCftfl expresses himself again in favor of interven tion by the State within the limits pre viously set forth He condemns capitalism us now organized and advocates a more equitable and just distribution of riches Tho Pope Is convinced that papacy should load the present social and dernocratlo movement and will appeal to all conserva tive forces and protestants to aid in secur ing tbo safety of society The Popes phy sician says his Holiness may live for some time yet aa ho has a robust constitution and Is suffering from no infirmity FROM THJE FRENCH CAPITAL THERES MANYA SUP The Umlortak of Two American Don TimmNil Oa Voloolpodo Olub of Naples gavo p dinner yesterday in honor of tho Amer ican brothers of tho wheel Mr Jackson of Illinois and Mr Allen of St Louis who arc engaged In tho pleasant pastime of rnaklnE a novel tour around tho world on their bi cyolon Their holiday which Is to extend through ft period of two yours and a half has alroady boen aiiHpldoiiBly started Thoy have traveled through Franco and luo now going through Italy cover is n rule from forty to fifty miles every day and as a consprninmfi have plenty of time for making observations of tho sciMPiy through which they pats us woll as of Urn among whom they aro thrown Each of Miitm carries a n protection for himself and his Iron struul a rovolvftr In anticipation of groator clangors through tho IMS puris of Kit rope and A Mia thoy have do tvrmlnod to carry rcpoaMng rifles whioh will bo shipped to them when thoy reach tonsfantinoplo They have already loft Naples for Loggia which Is about eighty inllMs distant Tlmnoo thoy will go to Hrln INI and from thorn thoy will sail for Corfu tifrof riding through whioh tmoy will pro cpud TuikosMin dull a China and Japan and from those of tho Mikado they will return to tho western lands j The JJyniph Treatment for Throat Prohibitive Tariff PA HIS Doc Poan In a lecture today at the hospital on tho result of tho Koch cure upon diseases of tho throat tes tified to a marked Improvement in three patients who had received injections for affections of tho larynx It was therefore he said clearly a remedy In otlecting cures although up to tho present time It could not bo claimed that any permanent euros hau boon otfocted ills statement made a profound Impression on largo audience of modicul men present Notwithstanding tho protests of tho min istry against an augmentation by tho Oomrnlttuo of the basis proposed In tho Government committee continued until adjcurnmont to raise tho tarilT to u prohibitive pltih fioproserifcutivos of the igrlcultural element will support tho pro hibitive duties on manufactures In expccta that Jn return thoy will obtain a closo aarkut for farm products Thoy will wreck tho bill unless tholr demands are joncodod A Honogal says French roops luivf marohtsd against tho Sultan of ugon Colonel TopolT chief of tho Tlusslnn police in an interview today accused tho English Government of using underhand moans Co harass Government of harboring Russian criminals and foment ing discontent Uo charged Socialist iMnndolssohn now in England with inciting tho murdor of Ifonoral SollvorskolT Tho fathur of abrlollo said to day that ho had only fine wish regarding his daughter and that was might die quickly From childhood he said nothing could be done to chock hor pervorso ln stlncts A Parliamentary Crisis He Thinks Might Bring Him to the Front ACTIVITY OF THE SOCIALIST PARTY They TV11I Kally the Peasants Around Their Policy of Se crecy Severely Spur ious of German at Berlin OBRIKN AT TAIIfS Contradicts Numerous State Application ol Irish Ooo Tlio announcement that a oojiforonco between Uio Irish loaders will take place Monday Is ofllcially stated to be premature William complains of a number of falso statornonts made in the newspapers iioro attributed to Gill and him solf OBrien osprxiially classes as untrue tho assertion that ho would recommend that Pnrnoll bo maintained as loader of the party OMJrion although bosot rjy roport ors not a word as to whothnr or not ho favors reconciliation with 1urnoll has rooolvod a letter from Loading an Knglish rudltral stating tbu Irish split must soon bo repaired othorwlso the Liberals will bo forced to subordinate homo rule Tor Ireland to other questions Tho Paris pa generally loan toward Parnoll OtC FITNtlR 27 Tho Journal announces that tho conference between William OHrlon and Harrington resulted In an understanding whereby tho funds of the National League will be de voted to the maintenance of tormnts evicted mdor tho plan of campaign and to assist othor sulVonirs All disbursements will be uado by Konny and joint troasurors of tho Loagiio It is suggested by ORrlon ti rid Flarrlugton that funds from America bo to Konny Wobb A OltAXM FOR THE GHASTLiY the Cart That Carried Gouffos Body IM Exhibited PA HIS Hoo TiuntTNic Gable Paris Is still living on tho memory of it latest Its phenomenal vf Inter Its skating slolghlng fotos a la ylnce and al tho other notsufllolout to make forgot tho recitals of the trial o CiDiilTos murdorors Kyraud and Gubrlolle haso wound about tho heart Of Paris and metal trunks whloh aresupposec to resomblo tho particular chost In whiol thoy placed tho body of GouiTo are on the streets this bit of realism la outdone by a tradesman In Lyons who has actually sur passed all previous gruesomo ness In his great holiday surprise to tho townspeople by sending through the streets tho vorluiblo conveyance covered with hla business signs that Eyraud and Gabriollo usod in carrying tho body ol Goutto to the ditch where ho was thrown THE GLASGOW 8TKIKE Shipping Trado Seriously AlTocted A Slight Improvement OLASOOW Tec Is a ohungo for tho bettor In the railroad strike Tho number regularity and punctuality of tho passenger trains Is Increasing and with this improvement It hoped the strike will grow smaller No trains aro moving A serious resu It of the strike Is an iiouruid in tiio statement that theshlpping inidi of this port will soon boat a standstill rhosupply of coal for steamers Is almost oxhsiustid Should this state of affairs con tinue much longor considerable snflerlne will ousuo among tho poorer classes Many trades depending directly or Indirectly up on shipping must also suffer sorlously AND REMEDIES A Summary of tho Popes EnoyclJ tin on tho Social Question TAIUS Dec from Rome state that Hit Popo has finished the draft of his eiuyclical upon the social question His Holiness hns boon working upon the subject for year and at his request tho most onrujHrtMi and Rlshopsof ditror countries Including America furnished The Pope considers question the great est of ttmo Tho encyclical will be flie crowning art of the Popos work In this direction The date of publication has not yet bOin givon but tho Associated Press correspondent Is enubleil to give the sub stance of It now The encyclical will review uiid ex poundthe whole question afflicting workers The document will comprise three parts Firet Jiis Holiness will develop tho upon which social economy Is founded n ud the dominant Idea of distribu Justice wujoh should regulate Inter course of mfn and tho spread of wealth Thu Fopo says distributive and restorative Is needed to prevent misery and sweating on one side and oxhbrbltant riches and tyranny on tho other The second part comprises the origin and of the present condition of the soda Onthis point his Holiness takes a new thesis first developed In his encyclical on socialism third part contains the of the Two Hundred Jjivcs Doc 87 Further advices from China as to tho burning of tho steamship Shanghai nour Woo Moo show tho disas ter was much more serious than first re ported Tho onrlior adyicos rooolvod that tho crow o sixty natives with several Kuropoan were supposed to have mot doiith olthor in tho flames or by drovvn tntr Now It soems tho number of lives lost wore over 200 all by drowning Several Skaters lrowned N Doo ice on tho river Avon at Warwick broke while a thousand skaters were on surface Many persons broke through and wero rosouod with diffi culty Several wore drownod Later reports stato that seventeen bodlen have boon recovered and many more aro still missing A Chess Player Suiclden Deo telegram from TVhitby announces tlio suicide of Walter Grimshaw tho chess player and composer He out his throat this morning with a razor No reason Is assigned for the deod CANADIAN COPYRIGHT Power to Legislate May Be Conferred hy tho Imperial Parliament OTTAWA Doo John Thomp son says tbo Canadian Government has re ceived no communication from tbe British Colonial Office on the supjeot of tho copy right question except transmission of the views of tho society of authors already published Lord Ivnutstord Is of the opinion that Onmula has not power to legislate on foreign copyright and it has beon agreed to confer the power upon her Sir John Thompson howovor has good reasons for believing that during the present aud next ssion oC the Imperial Parliament legisla tion conferring tho powor will bo passed tie Is of tho opinion that tho passage of the Slmonds Copyright bill would aot alYoct the Janadlan as that measure gives British authors a domestic copyright In the United States on condition that tho work in tho United States Is reset with typo and rebound in the United tates An order in tho Council was passed by the Canadian Government some time ago asking the Colonial Office to withdraw Conada from tho Borno copyright conven tion A WONDERFUL GUN BKULIN Deo prospects of sub mission of tho Conservative majority in tho Landtag on the Commercial Reform bill has become remote Bismarcks organ it a series of articles evidently inspired by the oxChancellor urges tha Conservatives not to yield Tho Government organs assert thut tho Government is resolved to maintain tho project in its entirety Tho Liberal press continues to clamor for Immediate dissolu tion Other menacing causes of a political conflict are Emperor Williams educational projects and tho Austrian treaty of oom merco The Bismarcks organ heads the aggressive campaign It asserts that tho Reichstag ought to he dis solved and tho sense of the country takCn on projocts which havrs novor beon submitted to the electorate and which alVoct tho highest interests of tho Empire Bismarcks tactics in assuming theoffenslve against tho Government aro supposed to have bton adopted for tho purpose of fomenting and goneral parliamentary disorder and embarrassing tho Ministry in the hope that ho himself again an inev itable oh iof Von Gosslor is known to dilFor with the TCmperor in reeavd tohis Idea oC education 11 Is reported that he oilorud to resign but at tho request of tho Emperor consented to remain in order to give tho Emperor time to soloct a successor who is will be Dr Hlnxpotor Kmporor Williams former tutor rmOWTFI OF GEIIMAN CITIR8 Tho nflleial census of recently completed gives Berlin a population of an of in five years Tho LOXT city is Hamburg with a popula tion of Increase of since I88f Leipsio has had only in This is the great est ineroaso in any city being 82 per cent Professor Welger of Is dead A SOClAljIST MANrfRHrO Socialist leaders issued a manifesto to night afllrming the1 determination ol Mio So cialist party to rally the peasants around tho flag of socialistic reform It says tho life of the agricultural laborer is scarcely human and that thoy aro serfs in all but name Tho bright dawning of tho now era shall bring relief to the peasants as well as to the toilers in tho oltlos and thoy shall learn that they havo aright to the beautiful earth tho fruits whereof thoy may not stretch forth thefr hands and enjoy They must bo taught that the patriarchal system Is the mortal foo of the agricultural laborer Tho peasant proprietor aud tho aristocracy are becoming brandy distillers and will make the peasants slaves of machinery as the town workers have already been made Tho manifesto asks tlie members of the party to contribute money to assist in tho rural propaganda Behind tho declarations In the manifesto which tho government might disregard are practical arrangements for lecture tours the formation of rnral branches which are already having a disquieting effect upon the olllciul The nature of the manifesto was known to the government boforo its publication aud the mattor was referred to the Emperor who instructed that nothing should bo done to suppress It A OOUNTKUhTBlT It has boon discovered that a spurious imitation of Kochs lymph Is being manu factured and a number of oases aro re ported In which foreign medical men have been deceived Into purchasing it The manufacturers havenofi yet been discov ered Tho mod leal profession throughout the empire is growing more and more In dignant over tho manner in which the lymph is distributed and Kochs secrecy regarding its production Koch in an in terview English physician who urged tho professorto disclose the whole process got very wroth at the pro posal and declared tTiat ho had a right to do as ho pleased with his discovery Tageblatt assails this position as scan dalous and says the cupidity of the Koch clique will certainly bo severely criticised when Minister You Gossler moves In the a grant for Koch and his assistants of three million marks with 15 per cent of the annual sales of lymph Tho treatmeint in the case of William Degau who came hero from New York has proved a failure Bo has had four injec tions and are the same as he And Possibly Evarts Wift Be Suc ceeded by a Republican Deo Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Series promi nent Democrat who has just returned from New York says that Governor Hill has prob ably a much bettor reason for not announc ing himself as a candidate for the United States Senate than the Cleveland men think he has Ono of these reasons Is that Gover nor Hill Is not altogether certain that any Democrat will be elected to represent the State of New York in the United States Sen ate Tho majority which the Democrats claim it will be remembered is only two It seems that there are valid grounds for contesting the election of six or eight of the Democratic members of that branch of the assembly in which tho Republicans have the control It is known moreover that the Republican leaders have been very busy gathering the evidence to just as Chairman Jones seems to have done in the Illinois Legislature and that a pro ceeding similar In every respect to that which Mr Jones had Instituted as to five or six members of tho Illinois Legislature may within tho statutory limit bo expected as to certain Democratic members of the New York Legislature WHAT WILL THE SENATE DO It May Adopt a Clotnre Rule and a Free Coinage Measure ON THE OTHER HAND IT MAY 00 NEITHER Free Coinage Would Be Rejected by the House Power of Wall Street Felt as Never Be One Can Foretell the News claims filed under the act of June 27 1SSO were as follows Original Invalid claims original widows additional claims to others on file total THE CHKROKKE BOOMERS The War Department has received no in formation in regard to tho reported con templated invasion of tho Cherokee strip Tho Department Commander has sttindinsr Instructions to keep the boomers out at all hazards and the Wur Department officials have no doubt that the soldiers will carry out their instructions to the letter A NEW SUBMARINE BOAT A RECKLESS CHICAGO SPECULATOR HE MISAPPROPRIATES AND WRECKS HIS A Appointed for tho Stanley Winston Bank Hank OntOAoo Deo I np to charges made In court today the StanleyWicston Company a roal estate corporation was wrecked by the stock speculation the president P 13 Stanley Bertram M Win ston treasurer today applied for the ap pointment of a receiver for the concern and that the aflairs of the corporation be wound up Stanley is charged wlth misappropri ating 0 M Walker was receiver Winston says he discovered a Cow days aoio that Stanley had misapplied and that most of it hud gone in wild and reckless speculation on tho Chicago Stock Exchange Tho wrecked corporation was organizod last Call succeeding tlie old firm of P 33 Stanley Co Prior to the organization of tho new company Stanley was onjjuged In confidential business with cer tain customers and 11 considerable portion of this private business was never merged Into the business of the firm Among the transactions which Winston claims were put through by Stanley In his individual capacity wore deals with and T Iveeriy involving respectively and After Stanley became convinced of hr liability to criminal prosecution ho gave It out corporation was liable to Mc Oonnick Koeny others for the monoy Intrusted to and misappropriated by him Wlnsfcom said JVJoCormick threatened to InIng suit against the corporation and asked the Court to enjoin him and others from so doing Tho Court took no action on this point Today McCormiclc against the company for Tho assets according to Winston are suf ficient to meet all and tho value of the securities held by the the amount of Iridobtednesshy THE GREAT SNOW STORM Tho British Government Secures an American Invention NEW YORK Dec Dispatch Franotsoo CJiranicle Maxim Inventor of tho famous Maxim utomattc machine pun has returner to few York from England He is heavily built with snowwhite hair and when he talks H merry twinkle In his oyes tells of a koen of humor and pood nature Mr Maxim is an American but this automatic can was presenter to England That Government was first to realize the im of MaxtrcTs gun It Is now being manufactured in large numbers for British Navy The merits of the gun are thus described Some idea of the force of the now gun may bo conceived when It is said that with one fourteenpounder forty holes a minute can bo bored through a ten inch steel plate with an explosive shell which does not explode until It has passed through tho armor The groat feature in the now sun which has assured tho of tho rocoll Is utilised to operate tho recoil after ouch shot actually loads andfires the The Pullman CHICAGO Dec uopri today the threatened strike at therPuilmjin cjii shops was temporarily settled tbe men deciding to return to work at the now soaleof The Heaviest Fall in West Virginia Since 37 PiTTSBtTRG Doo from different parts of West Virginia state the snow is still falling and now exceeds that of any year since 1837 Eeports from all upriver districts show fesir of rain and floods All the railroads are still laboring under a great disadvantage The passenger trains on all the roads are few and far be tween Travel is very light though they are making fair time with double engines No effort is being made on any roads to move freight all the engines being busily engaged iu the passenger train traffic YORK Deo incoming mails are delayed by the storm The western mall via the New York Dentral is over three hours behind time und all the other raaUs are from two to three houra late CONCORD N Deo snow has coassd falling Trains are moving from five to seven hours behind time N Dec through the Mohawk valley are moving at an average of one hour late The country roads are blockaded and the back town stages will be unable to reach tdwn today SusqtJUHANNA Deo to the great fall of snow the Jefferson division of the Erie railroad and the Pennsylvania division of tho Del a Hudson roads arc blocked since Friday morning main line trains are several hours late Colorado Bankers Fall DENVER to A special from Greeloy Colorado to fliG Republican says that Hunter West bank ers and roal estate dealers made an assign ment last night to B D Sanborn Tho firms liabilities are placed at assets Wests individual resources are placed at with liabilities Nostatement of Hunters financial standing hasbeen yet madei It is believed that thoassets of both are placed too high andthat tho creditors will have a bard time in getting their money Imprudent Investments caused the failure Denver banks are the largest creditors Tho San Antonio Bank Failure SAN ANTONIO Deo assetsof the Maverick Bank whioh closed yesterday will uioro than double the ainount of liabil ities consisting largely of real estate and other securities which can not be realized on Immediately and the pol icy of the assignee will be to avoid sacrificing tlio Interests of the creditors by hasty ac tion Tho suspension of this bank the first in the history of the city has had ade pressing influence in the local trade but it is regarded as only temporary Thus far there has been no run on any of banks consequent upon tlie Maverick sus pension and none is Pixley and Abell All Riffht LONDON Dec false report as to the suspension of Messrs Pixley Abell bullion brokers of this city arose from the financial indiscretions of a youthful member of the firm who has since retired Tho firms erodit is unimpaired and banks it is announced are satisfied with the stability of PJxley Aboil A Immber Company Pishing Creek Lumber Company assignedtoday The assets it Is believed exceed the liabil THE ECONOMISTS aCalifprnian OmcAGO Deo Love a com mission merchant of Wabash avenue was arrested today on oomplaiivt of Charies G Davis of California Tbe latter he shippedthree cur loadsof months ago which Love sold ruade nonreturns for them Monday The case was continued until The Southern Pacific SAN pt the Board of i Directors of the Southern Pacific Company tho plan Wostqrn rail way1 combination was gratified uid P arid O Stubbs bobon memberSjOf the Advisory Board Jl Will Marry CHICAGO pec of the late President Garfield took out a license toduy utarry Beltin Newell daughter ot tolin president of the Lake Shore A Michigan Southern Papers Keafl and Reports Submitted at Yesterdays Sessions WASHINGTON Deo todays ses sion of the American Economic Association a number of papers were read and the re port of Secretary Ely discussed It repre sented the association in a prosperous con dition the number of members and scribers on the list being 6351 Three na tional associations on the other side of tbe world the report said had received an im pulse which gave them existence from the American Economic Association The re port suggested the wisdom of continuing the policy of offering prizes for essays the object awaken public interest in economic topics and lead to the formation of intelligent mat tersi of the day The report of the Committee onStatistics by Hou Wright was read at the evening session The report said that as to quantity work of the cian was equal to that of any other country as to quality their somewhat be low the scientific characteristics whichbe longed to the Continental re port spoke encouragingly of the progress of statistical investigation and science Jh the United work which wasviewed with increasing abroad and was ex citing widespread interest fr The even lug session ns closed by the an interesting paper by Prof S 0 AdamsQD a Means of C6r recting Corporate1 Tbe Ideasein bodied of corporate privileges sbould be busir LAKB TRIBUKK 517 Fourteenth Street WASHINGTON D Doc 27 1890 Shall the previous question bo adopted promptly In tho Senate Upon tho deter mination of this problem rests tho hopes of any remedial financial legislation at tho present session ID tbe Election bill can bo passed or sidetracked we shrill have a freo coinage measure pressed by tho Senate re jected by tho House and as a probable result a nondescript bill of some kind patched up In conference committee But who can tell wlidn the cloturo rulemn bo enacted and tho Election bill gotten o ut of the way A snoro of Republican Semi tors lell one it will certainly bo done but they tnjd us thai four weeks and tho matter Is still unaccomplished One thing is certain and that is that tho accumulated capital of Wai streot Is mak ing Its folt as novor bcforo in obstacles in the way of any legis lation which will loosen There Jiro che usual hints that the Treasury Depart ment is in league with tho street and that pledges that the Administration will veto any free coinage measures have been ngain repeated during tho past week That was hardly needed No freo coinage bill will bo permitted to leave a committoooC tho Houso or to that body and if thero were a chance of such an outcome it is highly probablo that enough Democratic Senators whose votes while in the minority worofor free coinage wonld turn about to further em barrass the Republican majority The Demo crats exult in tho promise of soon controlling thfi Government and are not disposed to assist their opponents in any popular legis lation That is one koy to the situation Tho combination lock is the Houso trium McKiuley and Cannon who absolutely control the course of legislation and who may be counted upon to carry out tho views of Windom and tbo White Houso The deadlock in the Senate has so materially complicated matters that tho best legislative marines aro at sea without a compass If the deadlock is broken some thing may be done What that may bo only Omniscience knows and no herald has yet been senl to proclaim ib STLVKIX POOL INVESTIGATION WASHINGTON Doo final conclusion in respect to the Dookory resolution provid ing for an illustration of the charges that Representatives and Senators were inter ested in a silver pool will probably bo reached by tho Rules Committee soon after tho holidays aro over Tho committee whon the subject was last considered dis cussed tho advisability of summoning a few witnesses to bo interrogated under oath before deciding on a report to tho Rouse thought that if regularlysubpcenaed the correspondents of tho St Louis Gn7n in which tho charge of a legisla tive silver pool was originally madov might bo willing to make some more tangible state ments than they hud published or had boen willing to tho committee The Speaker is favorable to this course as ho has doubts of tho propriety of investigating charges that do not make specific and defin ite allegations with somewhat of circum stantial detail and thought tho Rules Com mittee should have moro of a basis than a simple newspaper publication upon which to order an Investigation A decision to report Dockerys resolution to the Houso with a favorable recommenda tion was almost reached when the Shipping and other matters came up and delayed a final determination of what to do with the resolution CONSULAR FRAUDS DISCLOSED Acting on Information from tho Treasury Department to the eileot that irregularities were suspected in the consular authentica tion of Canadian goods imported into the United States during tho past twelve mouths the Secretary of State recently de termined on a thorough investigation of the United States consular service in the Do minion of Canada While it is impossible to obtain an official acknowledgement to that effect it thatextensive frauds wore discovered in the shape of systematic undervaluation by consignors and whole sale collection of illegal fees by the consular officers The amount of money involved is said to be very large but the exact sum cannot now be ascertained Secretary Win dom said tonight if the charges were proved i the guilty would be punished if there is any i power In tho land to do it TROOPS NBEDT3D AT JTOHT The Novel Crafc That Is Being Built at Detroit DETROIT Dec San Francisco Chronicle Series Detroit Boat Company is constructing a huge sub marine craft of which great things aro ex pected This vessel is 40 feat long Defect beam and 14 foot depth of hold The mechanism is somewhat similar to that tho submarine torpedo boat Electric stor age batteries will be used for storing oxy pen giving light and furnishing the motive power The improvement over tho torpedo boat Is claimed in tho buoyancy of the craft which will come to the surface AS soon as the electric motor is stopped whereas tho machinery of tho torpedo boat must bo working to bring it to tho surface of the water Besides a screw wheel at the stern thcro will be two wheels on either side of tlio new craft Turning an electric switch wih cause the boat to rise or plunge deeper Jn tho water It is being built as a pleasure craft but if it proves successful tho Govern ment will bo to consider its adop tion as a torpedo boat MURDERED AND MUTILATED The Cruel and Atrocious Deed of a Ions Island fiend HIS VICTIM HAD LIED ABOUT HIM Therefore Ho Cut Throat and Disemboweled Fatal Affrays in tho Kentuckiaa in Trouble Other Crimes THE BELMONT HORSE SALE POTOMAC THE WIXNEK TtlUXGS ONLY JRaccIuucl Brought Took in Clioioo of tho Prices foe Yearlings BABYLON N Dio of crack racers and pick of the yearlings at tho Nursery stables of tho August Belmont brought a largo crowd of promi nent turfmen here today The event was regarded as the most Important sale of rac ing horses since tho selling of tho Rabcocns stable in uul all the prominent turf men had representatives present Colonel S n Bruce was auctioneer liaceland win ner of the 1880 Suburban was tho first horse put up was sold to Michael E Dwyer at Prince Koyal was knocked down at to Phil Dwyor W P Jennings got St Carlo and Fred Esohner paid for Magnate Then came the struggle for Potomac the threeyearold son of St Blalso Eschnor starting tuo bidding at It went ahead with and jumps and horso finally sold to M E Dwyer for The comparatively small price realised for him was a great disappointment and was duo probably to the fact that ho Is not eligible for sonic of tho richest threeyear old stakes of the next season La Tosca proved a great favorite and after spirited bidding was sold to Hough Bros at Kscluier paid SliOOO for Masher There was lively bidding for St Charles who was secured by W il Berry for Fhivia chestnut filly wont to McCabe for S2SOO Tho chestnut filly Beauty was the of the race horses sold Eschner taking her for The yearlings brought tho following prices Albrauce chestnut colt Bellissima bay 1 Hy S2SOO Cuptlvo bay colt 32100 Fid el to bay colt SlSOO Ingot bay colt Magnolia filly His High ness colt St Felix bay colt St Florlan chestnut colt SGGOQ St Mark brown colt Reglua chestuut lllly Tarantell bay filly SMGO Caliph bay colt St Carol us chest nut colt King Cadmus bay colt Victory bay colt Schuylkill chestnut colt Long Island Deo mosfe brutal murder was committed last night at Bohemia a small village three miles north Lato hist evening Frank Krulls a cigar maker walked Into tho houso of Constable laid on a human and said he had killed WlnnloCroupa a fol low cigar makor ind hud brought tho finger to prove it Tho Constable at first thought tho man was loklng but Ivnilis said I mean what I say Croupa told lies about mo and 1 concluded to kill him I met him on the road tonight and cur I wanted to make sure that ho never wonld speak again so 1 cut open his belly and placed his bowels over his face Thou I cut oft a finger for The hastily summoned a posse and by tho murderer they wen tout and found tho body It was a hor rible sight It lu a frame of bloody snow The clothing was torn fromit and A hole the of a sugar bowl was In tho ab domen The entrails layover tho breast neck and fnon Tho right oar and index ringer of tho left hand woro missing When tho party returned to tha village they tvere mm by an crowd whq wanted to lynch Krulls but tho constables succoiidnd in getting him to jail sfjirchod tho missing ear was found in murderers pocket and ho told Judge OJirieu that ho bjid brought It for him and also handed the Judge the bloodstained knlfa with which tho awful deod bad been com mitted Throughout tho examination Krulis conducted himself in a stolid man ner If Is believed that jealousy of Oroupas attentions to a young woman wan one of the motives Krulls had for tbo crime A IN TROUBLE Do THE LVMPH EXPERIMENTS RECORDBRKAK1NO INJECTIONS THE NEW YOItK HOSPITALS AT A Case Similar to That of General Grant In Under tientg Benefited predominate1 over the of the f vidual oincorppratprs The fcorporations should be tomakevsucli will enable tlie Go yerniiteii t to d irejjt their pol iiiid inquiry whether with the purpose of determining or not the in any case should be1 required to assume foirn 4 l Stallion HOBNEIXSVILIJB N The famous itallion SmuggleV to report of Captain Lee who was recently sent from San Francisco Bidwell California to investigate tlio truth of the reports that the abandonment of thatpost would be a dangerous move owing to the temper of the Piute Indians isettled around there The report states that although the rumors are somewhat exaggerated there is no reason for the warnings and recommends that the post be The Secretary has reached no decision but it is probable that he wiil order atleast one company fjtationed there in thespring i CLOSED TO CANADIAN LIVE STOCK The Secretary of Agriculture today made an order to close all ports except St Albans in the collection district of Vermont against the importation of cattle sheep and other ruminants and requiring that all such animals imported thiroughthis collec tion district roust enter at the port of St Albans where they be inspectod Inspector of the Depart ment of Agriculture This is done as a protection against the Introduction Into this country from Canada of any contagious affecting classesof anlmajs Siicb inspection is provided for by the act of InTiew of the faot that the English veterinary authorities at Dun dee recently seized ing tneni affected iwith contagious pleurb 1 pneumonia Secretary Rusk feels it incum beh t iupon h im to take Vail nieas u resneces enforcement Euglandhns prohibited into that country jpf sbeepfrf rciru the ifniited Statesj on thfl that the Gbyernraent Bas heretoforei inade a n in Jspectioni from jiartSJof the wprld aVe designed to iiisure prdiectldhvof the live stock of United States from imported diseases and to secure if possible a remo val of i tthoAprohibitory restrietiona now placed upon animals exported from this country L f t NEW CLAIMS A statement prepared the Pension OUioa shows tkitt ui 20th UM YORK Deo Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Two recordbreaking injections of Koohlna were given today one at Mount Sinai hospital to a patient of Dr Heiaeman and the other to one of Dr Jacobss patientsat the German hospital Each dose was fifteen milligramcs just 50 per cent more than any doso given in any other cases of tuberculous disease now under treatment Both cases were of lupus and far as observations of the operations have gone Jtscems that either of the patients can safely be treated witheven larger quantities of lymph Dr Helnomans patient is a stout young man who has re ceived in all thirteen inoculations The first was one milligramme Only four days have passed without reJnoculatlon but in no instance has tbe man showed severe or unusual reaction The case at tho German hosp5tal has been inoculated eleven times the doses being in creased In about the same proportion as in tho Mount Siuat case One of the most in teresting cases treated was at St Francis hospital a man with epitheliama of the lip Kansas City Whisky Miide Him Some Queer Things KANSAS Crrv Doc Francisco Chronicle tain Albert Ward said to bo a wealthy stockniisor of Lexington is behind tho bars hero For a time it was thought that ho was a notorious coufldocce man Ho claimed to bo a brother of Salilo Ward tbo renowned Kentucky boauty and also of Zob Ward a wellkuown Kentucklan of another Ward family and ho also claimed to have been an old friend of oxGovernor T T Crlttonden of his State Ward came horo two weeks ago from Cal ifornia whore it is bo sold a of broodmares to Senator Stanford and bought son of Electioneer He be drinking heavily and associating with fast people and It is said spent in less than a week Tuesday bo wont into the oflico of Governor Crittendous sou and bor rowed Wednesday ho wcsit to tho drygoods store of Doggott Company and as he was a finelooking old man with silvery hair and claimed to bo an intimate friend of Governor Crittenden Mr Doggctt accepted a check for for a cloak for a niece with him He also obtained a note from Dotfgett to Browning King Company and there secured in cash a handsome overcoat and two suits o boys clothing Then he wentto tho Berlin Cloak Company arid bought a cloak for another woman giv ing a check At several other places ho oft checks Today developed that tbo checks wore nil worth 1ess and ho was arrested Thli evening It was developed that he was not a confidence mun but was crazed by liquor and tho cases against him may bo compro mised All the goodswere recovered fron the women FOUR KtLfcED IN Sequel to a Christmas Traged Results in More Deaths NEW ORLEANS Dec TimesDemo crat Lumberton special A fatal affray occurred atDaviatonthis after noon In a fight at a dance at Ked Top Christmas night F T Favre killed John Parker and seriously wounded Keal Straton and John llcckman Favro was placed in1 by Justice of the Coane of District No 1 Today Justice Smith of District No 2 dispatched a deputy with the necessary papers to obtain Favres release on bouds and Sheriff to rearrest The shooting resulted and Favre was killed Sheriff Shivers and Deputy White were fatally wounded Stolen Securities NKW YORK Dec November 30th James Hamilton secretary of the Big Bead Mining Company started for Spokane Falls At Jersey City his valise containing stock certificates valued at nearly and other valuable papers stolen Tho thief Harry Edwards 24 tho same variety of cancerous disease thai old Cumden N was brought to Jer JAI M si 1C Tn A WAPA caused the death of General Grant An odd coincidence was that Dr Shrady who was General Grants physician treated the case The treatment of thjs case will be watched with grcatcd Interest by physicians as there is a very general desire to know what the Kocbine on cancerous troubles will be One other new case at St Francis hospital wus a worn an who has been one of Dr Fischers patients and who was very auxipus to submit to the Koch treatment ks there is practically no hope for her under the old methods She has consumption and though already much weakened by the disease she went through a storm to the hospital and was admitted as a patient so eager was she to have tbe lymph treatment begin One of the lupus cases in St Marks hospi tal has shown very remarkable Improve ment in a very short time The patients nose bad almost been destroyed Vhen he was put under the treatment but the progress of Hhe disease has now been stopped and a blackened tissue has peeled off and showed a new skin No bad effects have been re ported us caused by the Injection of Kocblne at Aim hospital Excessi ve Commissions CHICAGO Deo At a recent meeting of the yarJqus transcontiuental lines m New decided to recommend the pay ment of excessive coin missions on irami ness from the Atlantic seaboard Pacific Coast points shou ici be st oppod Such agreement was signed by all the roads in the Transcontinental to daynbtrce was sent oucbyCbairnan Smith putting the agreement into effect Januarj 1st J v Can Succeea Himself And marched toe streets of the city today and officially posted a notli e that a e election to the presidency of tbe republic is now permitted by law The Senate Dec JiTfae at How on Tuotiou of sey morning The found In a disreputable house in this city Crooked Missouri Officials KANSAS CITV Dec special from Columbia says James Ot Gillespie Treasurer of Boone county has been ar rested for emberzlemcnt The nmount not definitely known have been issued for County Judges Eoberts and An gel charging them with collecting illegal charges for mileage Incendiarism Cheyenne CBEYT5NNE Dec to town inceri diary fires in tbe last twentyfour hours The coal oil selected a tubutbaa grocery a grun elevator and three barns There it much excitement Four flret going at once this morning Negroes Killed at a Dance special from Pine Bluff says Meager details arere ceived of an afTray at Swan Lake Two negroes are reported deadand ten dr less seriously wounded The fiphtoccurred ata ce The Divorce Jjawyer Pleads NEW YOEK Dec dlrorcs Buttner plef ded not guilty on examination today of the charge of grand was remanded to prison in default of ball A Kaunas Poutoffico Robbed f FREDOMA at Buffalo fifteen miles north of tbln city wab robbed of its ooutenta IASC nihk No clue to robbery A Half Breeds Report IKKSTOK S D Dec stIU carrying depredations much bolder A half breed into on the Cheyenne river and about the hostlles in BttdLLaoda says be left Bidge before with 150 frietidly to induce the Bad Lands Then ut   

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