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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1896, Salt Lake City, Utah USE THE TRIBUNE It is easy to waltz If your hwirt Ij lust as m win If you advertise ONLY BUSINESS The buyer wise the price before he buys That advertiser te wiser or prices is no miser SrO 96 SALT LAKECITYTTTAJL MOKjSTSTG AUGUST 17 18r6 AFRAID OF LAUBAOA Source of Anxiety to Spanish Government AN ALLEGED FILIBUSTER Satisfactory Assurance Said to Have Been Bcceivcd at Madrid fxorn Washington Concerning Her but the Nature is Insurgents Defeat Turkish Troops and Capture Their Artillery and Invited to London to Tell What He Knows Madrid Aug The Duke of Tc tuan the Spanish Minister of Foreign Affairs has received a Washington dis patch givingsatisfactory assurances regarding tho alleged fiHibusteririgex pedition of the Washington Aug The steamer referred to in thd Madrid has ligurccl frequently in tho claims made by the Spanlssh aiithori Lics that American merchants here engaged in filibustering opera with the Standard Oil company and thereport that tho American company nwv controls tho petroleum it Is IHW announced thy t it is possible that Government will take steps to facilitate the importation of Gali olan oil It is rumored that an attempt will be made to irnpogo an ali most prohibitive duty on American oil Reactionary Policy in Germany London Auff dispatch to the Times from Berlin attributes the dis missal Saturday of Gen Rronsart von Hchellendorf Minister of War larsely lo ihrinfluence over lOrnpevor William of Gen Von 1lanKo the Tho Berlin correspondent of lic Times adds that it IK believed that a crisis in the internal JOmpiro has been reached and that the KiTidiiMl removal nt the moreindepend ent advisers of the Crown is the be ginningof the inauKUration of a policy of reaction which augurs ill for the peacefill developments of German po litical JiTc Warships Through the Canal Berlin Atiff re cords Kmcpror Williams plrasnre at i the success of the passage of thirty nine menofwar through the Baltic canal last Thursday Thesemenof war were moved1 at a rate of speed cs sentialfor naval maneuvers and their successful passage through tho cuna under forced draught is as an indication that the new canal will be perfectly accessiblo in case1 of an emergency Tor the largest ironclads KILLED BY A BURGLAR tions JH January last the cup tain of the vessel was Indictod ia the Federal courts of South but was acquitted after a jury triaL Fre quent reference has bejen rnadw to the experience of the fit May port In May The on that occasion failed to take out health papers required by the UIAV am this Jed to the surveillancf of tho da by a Spanish war vessel It claJmod that tern Cubans wero located on board and that qtiiMitilicH of war and dynamite wem tJuxnvii into thewater after the Spajiish war vessel put in it was represented at the1 timeof the ap pearanceof tho Spanish cruiser that thirty wen weredrowned ovvAng to tho precipitous hasto in getting ashore to The au thor tits claimed that theUnited States bad taken no proceed In gn toward re covering the or arms in accord ance with tho neutrality lawy All the State department officials fromtho city so no statement could be obtained from that quarter TI7BKS WHIPPED AGAIN Striking at Bryan Over An others Shoulder lurpc degree derived from the mineown Thrjic irc only a few of the direct uid positive cbarares ol a similar kind which Irvn ipnearccl from time to time in the reputable arid responsible news of the UnitedStates HURT B11TAN 1 would be the last man in the world to assail the characterof Mr Bryan I have not clone so in any instance or by any word of mine r Bryan is tho candidatR of a great party It is not just to the American peoplethat charges of this kind should TO unanswered fic is the man and thcTcnly can make definite and conclusiveaiisrsver Now my dear Senator having thus dis abused ycmr mind of any possible idea that I am the author of any charges made against Mr Bryan M suggest that yon turn vour batteries upon those reputable editors and making the Refers Challengers of Veracity to Originators ofthe Charges Which He Has Given Heady Cur rency to and Suggests that Ilr Bryan is Called upon to Prove His Beater surprise afthe Senator Stewart immediate flutter Mate quotation marks some weeks after ONLY REPEATED A SLANDER KILLED BY ELECTRICITY INDEX AND BULLETIN Edward Fritz Dies at Salt Lake Ogden Works CURRENT ENTERS HIS LEG cannot refrain fiwn expressing in this connectionmy surpriseat Hie longcontin ued and imnenetrable silence of yourself and fellow silvermine owners with re spect to tho chargesyso publicly and dis tinctlv made inthe editorial columns of the Chicago Cbronieiq I have copied to Tell Who Paid Bryan for His Services Omaha NetvAugr John Thurston today handed to the As eclated Press Cor publication the fol lowing1 copy of a letter which he mailed priatc quot its iirst publication I am especially Interested in that state ment in your letter as follows to contributionsfor the circulation of Oliver literature they have been small and thev have all to the Amer ican Bimetallic to within Uio last few months since which time contri butions have beenmade to the Bimetallic country alike THE CRIMINAL A NEGRO BOY SHOT IN THE CHEST Talk of Lynching but will End in in a Riot in Indiana Crimes Spartaubun S Aupr John II one of Uin oldest and most respected citizens of this city and State shot and killed this af ternoon by Chris Cannon a boy Capt tors house was alone at his sis ami Cannon entered the Cretan Insurgents Captured Their Cannon and War Supplies Ang dispatch to tho jf from Canca that tlic and die naval have received iu Htrwftlons iderttlcaI in ordering toprotect all of the Cretan Ohris dispatch to from says that Turkish bat tall on arrivwl at tho Island of Crete house for tho purpose of robbery Pis tol shots were heard ami thenegro WHH seen running1 from the house Capt Blusslngain found dead shot twice through the head The negro was itrackod to a house half a mile distant where hewas found shot through the chest Two empty pistols found in the hoitse indicated that both parties en in the shooting The negro was taken to jail His wound is not thought to be fatal There is talk of lynch ing Iju t the law will take its course Capt was a Con federate soldier and before the war was a Colonel in the United States army THE EYSTEIl MURDER from all sections or tin These organizationscan today to Senator Ktcwart of j ACCOUNT FOR ALL MONEY Omaha Aug Hon William the use made of Autopsy that Morphine Poison Caused Death Specr last week There was sharp throughout Friday in the piovlneo of Makvixa just outside of Heraklion The insursenttf SOO in number wcro viej torioKS They drove the Turkish troops to the military KOHO of Ikrak ion capturing1 four cannon and a sklcmbla quantity of arms and war supplies The Berlin correspondent of the Tel egraph in a dispatch puhlishcd this asserts that the sUitemcnt of the Weekly Sun is inkiUacling and de clares that no colonial iiiestton is cHUSing or is likely to causo any fric tion between Kntrland Onmany The Daily News this morn ins asserts that Hon Joseph Chamberlain Senro tary of for theColonies has imiilecl an invitation to Cecil Rhodes himto conn1o next January for the purposeo testify ins ho fore the ce mi nit tee of inquiry info performedan autopsy Hon W F of CHambcrsburg found dying Friday night from the effects of foul play They arc convinced that morphine poisoning caused death although tlicrc were con on the scalp that might have boon fatal There is not the least ques tion that Jiysterwas robbed and but little doubt that he was first fatally drugged for that purpose It is not be lieved thatmurder was intended Cliff Hagey who was around with Kyster during the afternoon on Friday was arrested at Valparaiso on suspicion and brought back to Lincoln Youthful Train Bobbers Aug speclnl to from CluirloUe says A special stock train which went fast tin 1 ho Grand Trunk at Inyt night was boarded by four at Be I lev tie thirteen miles west of here all masked and all heavily arnird the point of tlicir guns two men in charge of the slockto empty their pockets of JOclitor the Silver Knight Washington D return irom a recent campaign tour 1 line your open letter of August 1st whioh you so kindly gave to the press of the country before awaiting its receiptby me In your letteryou refer address deltvercd by me at I lie Chautauqua assem bly at Madison on July Klst lou must have known when you penned your letter that I did not make any charge againFt Hon William J Bryan ot any kind 1 did nothing except to read portions of an editorial published in i o giea t es t D em o rati c j o u rn a 1 o t the West the Chicago Chronicle on the 3hth of last July Tho editorial as read by me is RS follows There was a llrno when tho owners ot tlio lg bonanzas of tho far West wero glad to occupy by purchase seals in the United States Senate Sharon Stanford Fair Stewart and others gratified their fancy m tins manner until the novelty wore and then they deputized attorneys and otlrer employees to take their place and vote for protective tariffs and tree silver Of late to the encourage ment that Lhpy have received from the Kopublieaiii party winch always does something for silver when it a tariff bill the proprietors of the big bo nanzas have found it prolitable to keep a large number of orators lecturers and other spokesmen on the road preaching to the people already limping as a result of bites by the freesilver cur the sov ereignremedy of applying tlichavr ot the dog to the wound Among the many who have been thus employed and carried on the payrolls 01 thobig bonanzas fora yearsis William J Bryan of Nebraska the PAID AGENT AND SPOKESMAN for I he freesilver combine He has not Kincc his retlrcmcnt from Congress hud any other visible means 1 did not directly or indirectly even express an opinion as to the truth or falsity of the charge thus plicit ly u nequivocailr vai editorial I y made by a great the British Sony African empany j aumboi ol other ar has also invited Pros idcnt Krucger of tho Transvaal escaped but were all lie to submit lo the conmiitter any evi a cLt lie relative the origin and theexecution of the raids conducted by Dr Jameson and JUIs Has Krucgcr Made a Treaty Arrested London Aug Associated j Bostouf Aug Borfield of tiftcrnoon and iodred in iail here They gave their luuTics Frank Wright Ed JMarlow and Edison i cliu say and I stiH theman pcsinsr as tne ad v oc a to o f the d o wnt ro dd LM i in a ss of liisconntrymenrhulding a crown of thorns in ono nand and thebugaboo a crossof gold intheother owes it as a dutyto every man woman arid child in this coun try o say whcthcr that charge thus pub licly and made is false or Now my dear Seuator yoti must luivc known and you did know when yon in iiited your open letter to me that tlie charge was not mine no not even by actoption that I had not even expressed an oninlon witlv respect to it and that 1 no mere than fulfil led my duty asa cltir Kon by insisting that Mr Bryan should toll tlio American people wlieiber or not the chargemad o by the Chicago Chron icle was Yrue One word from Mr Bryy n on the JiJth day of last July would have set public onu word from him on my day since llKit tltno would liavo accomplisbcd the same Tho ih urge thut edit on ally made by iho Clironiele while tho Chicago cbnvention was still in session xvas reproduced in many oC tlio lenciing of thecoun try Yi camo to fbe n ttenMon of Mr Bry ans paper the Omniia Nv orldHcrnla of ho was at I ho time managing editor and theonly reference ever made td it in I hat was on the ulh day of Inlv wluMi in its editorial column ap peared the followhig The American people however can best judge as to not the contribu tions for the circulation literature have been ifyou will submit a de tailed account aim as you say that these which you appear to stand account for all moneys rcceived and the usemade of it 1 hope you wiJ 1 not longer m publishing your itemized balance sheet I haveno doubt it would be vetyinteresting reading and be greatly appreciated by a waiting public Now my clear issue with much cleprecato the neces sity when may mock at the poverty of the I assure you I have never clone anysuch thing on the rontrary I havo aiways been profoundly impressed with fortunesof yourself and other Jionanza mineowners But the do not intend that you shall doiibjo them at their ex pense at least not this year In conclusion permit inc to suggest that I know of no possible reason why the American BimetallicUnion and its con tributors should not employ orators or I clistributo that em ployment by your urifon is honorable pro viding it isopen and avowed so that the people whoso interestsare so vitallyat stake may know in behalf they are appealed to G 1 hope now my dear sir that you will frankjv acknowledgethe undue hasteand stupidity with which you misrepre sentedme in and I sincerely trust that yonwill iramediately transfer to that tvrcat Democratic iournal the Chi cugo nhroniclc the an opportu nity to subs tailgate Hits editorial Yours very truly LOSSEsiBYilRE Clotliing not Buined but the Skin j PAGE KILLED E THITRSTOXS B tJATHERIXG AT BOISE AFRAID OP LAURADA PAGE CONTINUED p 1 IRRVAN FOR THE si ASSES INSOLENCE OF PAGE EDITORIAL SEHMOX TO THE POTS niFORTAXT TEST CASE CONTEST FOR THE MONO PAGE NEWS OF OUR NEIGHBORS OG DEX DEPA PKICE FIVE GATHERING AT BOISE Democratic and Populist Con ventions Tomorrow WILL MEET THE SAME HOUR Under it of the Plant Contends that Death was not Caused by a Shock but by Heart Disease or Other Physical Regards an In quest Leaves a Widow Bockford Blase WorthpiProperty J gutted the early COO T T wlvoconducted a is the principal loser Ills loss being estimated at with an The loss on the building is partially H llrrns are also losers and many poor families Jiving m the second storyof the block lost every thing they possessed barelyescaping with their lives intheir clothing Pired by Champaign Aug The chemi cal laboratory building at the University of Illinois was almost destroyed by lire this morning the resultof a stroke of lilitninp 11 he walls remain staTiding and lite basement and rearpart of the Iirst and second floors art1 intact but con t nuts arc damaged fondly 1 he dam age to the building Is total con tciits about SAY THEY DIDNT DO IT Lifo Tho Chicagrp wants Mr has Bryan to explain in whose pay lie bar ben since he dropped out of Sioux City Journal Sir Fiyan did not drcp ont of Stepped IIP lias bi1 in Press modeinquiries of convention Britainhad asked for exp hi nations In answer to these inquiries Mr Itiin wires the The Colonial office attaches no im portance to tho report It hrlioved that the treaty will be submitted lo us according to London Aug Referring the statementrecent v made in the eek ly Sun that President Krnegor of tho Trrnsvaal Republic had concluded trcatvwith a European pwor contrary to the convention of iSSl and that tinat Britain had asked for an ex planation the Chronicle this morning say that it Imaginethat tho Mm s statement refers to unimportant ox tradition treaty between tho 1 ransvnal and 1fallaml rontlnuinff Hs reference to mat to s Jn Vfricn the Chronicle says that it is learned that the British Govorumcnt I has decided not to stop at Khartoum but to advance eventually with he Egyptianforces tooblcct being a junction with thr trftiips from Uganda thus bcms1 in a position to dominate the valley of tho Nile either from the north or Hi wife who ir a bride ot only a monlh is detained by the immigration otllecrs as undesirable person wJiile is in jailawaiting extradition made a confession turned over of the stolen money Shooting1 and Cutting Cincinnati special to the CommercialTribune from Bedford says A report just receiver states that tlu Chronicle expresses a hope that there is yet time to reconsider xncndous and so perilous an cnterrfiso Theosophists in Paris Paris Aug American crn saders who are here in the interest of theosophy opened a thoosophical mis sfon for tlio benefit of the jnembers ot the Kngllshspeaking colony tonight Katherinc A Tingley of New York who Was regarded bymany of the theosophists of Europe and Airier ca as thesuccessor of the late Mnio Blavatsky delivered the principal lec ture evening Still Afraid of London Aug Post in its edi torial columns asserts that the report ed failure of Mr Bryan as a political logician a result of his recent upeech at the notification meeting at Square Garden New York is jio assurance that his policy will fail at the Ckrmany will Tight Standard Oil a result of the in newspaper cirelcfs business men growing out amalgamation of the of the iiidepcndcn t oil firms live miles north oC here the scene of riot and butchery to day Dan Cliuo shot and Killed Chris Max Leulx was fatally injured Herbert McDowell was dangerously cut The trouble seems to have been caused by drinking Murder and Suicide Now York Aug Dingleman aged shot and killed his then committed suicideearly this morn ing at his home in this city Dintrlcman was once in a good finan cial condition but it is alleged that the treachery of business associates wrecked him His wife had to convert their home into a boardinghouse Killed a Burglar St Louis Aug W Joyce a saloonkqeper had a terrible encounter with a negro burglar wno gained access to early this mornlns1 In the struggle and altei the negrohad cut Joyces face ana neck in a terrible manner the saaoon keeper succeeded iin putting two iui iets into the intruders body The bui glar escaped but his dead found near by later earned his salary The press dispatches from Lincoln Fbow that Mr Bryan was asKed on the 1st day of Augustto answeray might desire to the chargo of the Clironiclo as read by me at Madison tho press report is to thc effoetthat ACr hadnotbing to say except that ho would answer tn due time and maniKjr In a recent issue oC the ChicagoPost ri notbcr prominent responsible and repu table iourinil the statement that Mr Bryans statod salary silvor miiie owners or the silver leagiio was ami vim pjiid tohim in monthly eheciks whicli vrcnt through the Lincoln Insurance Company ODeny a Campaign Circular Aug Auditor cancel the 11 ceniie to do business in Colorado of any mutua insurnnee company using its funds for the dissemination of campaign litera ture has received the telegram C C Parks of In of the llth inst received No circular or other letter has been sent outby any of this company to its j pplicyholders This statement is made to apply all policyholders See our letter dflfod lo von In reply a letter from Denver agents of thcKGw York Life Insurance company President McCall esplaiiied cular letter of a poiiticaknattire pnnort ihgto coinofrom him was probably pre pared from an interviewwith him which appeared inan Eastern ANARKAMSAS MUSHROOM I also find in a recent issue of Uic Phila Dcaih of Jeffersons Descendant Baltimore Aug Ellen v Larrson widow of William iiarrson wmov ui nt tbe son of Upper Brandon died at tne residence of Alex B Randall in t his city Mrs Harrison was thedOfUghtca the late Thomas Jeffersan was tbe oldest living descendant ot 11 Jefferson She was born and i earea S OCIlCiOUH tho sliadow of Montlcello mas in New York tin ased 50 and hisj wife Killed by cus deiphla Ledger au article by its wcll Imown correspondent Muj John M Car son as follows PRILADELPIIKV LEDGERCHARGES A dispatch from Lincoln nonnccs Bryan will answer by proxy the charge that ho has of Uu silvermining interests in his advocacy of to 1 Itis to be hoped that this answer will be explicit and not evasive familiar with Mr Bryans polit ical career are aware that contributions from the silver minors to theexpense of his lectures becrati bcforc his general stumping tour of the countrytwo years aero In 1S2 Mr Bryan was a can didate for reelection to Congress from tho First Nebraska ma terially assisted in the expenses of his campaign by donations from Denver Colo These contributions to his cam paign fund were placed in the hands of the chairman of the Congressional com mittee Judge Broady They wero cur rently reported to have amounted o sev eral thousand dollars and were made by the large silver interests of Colorado solely to assist m securing the return to Cotigress of an eloquent advocate of the personal interests of thomineownersof tbe West As a result Bryan was elected by of 110 votes and more than repaid during iho Fiftythird the money expended in his be half Anticipating the tidal wbicli swept the countryin 1891 Alr Bryan de clined to be a candidate for reelection and announced Ins candidacy for the United States benatorship to siiceced Air Manderson It wdl bo interesting public if he will givu aeta s of the deal by which cortam shares m the OrnahL WorldHorala were purchased or coix trolled the ftnancial distress of relieved and Mr Bryan made titular edi tor of the paper at a flxotl irauar efn ttir Ir road wlUle and and contl actor ofnbo iiosn still holds nose m a position to declare that it Tyas not air money which secured the tranfer stock The duties from the outlet so arranged that the editor to stnmp the country for without losmff position Dnrn soloalled lectming tour there isTno to doubt that his salary and were met by those most strongly sonally Interested in free coijTa has never beonaivy denial out Bryan was cmnloyod at a the hia compensation came 30 Days Old HasV Now a populationof 3000 Mena Aug has been many years si nco there has been anything in the West tocompare with the rapid devel opment that nas been witnessed during the past thirty days in this new town Four weeks ago was not a house ot inhabitant at Today on the com mencnriient of a second month people poventy businesshouses completed and under construction twu saw iniilsi one plaaiinff mill and five lum besides dozenSOf hasawide area of fertile country about if never before tappedby a the Kansas City Plttsburg Gull road whoseadvent has just recently been made hcrc7 will malco the lown a division point THE BALLOON BURST Fall of 200 Feet Broke Every Bone in the Aeronauts Body Quincy Auff Jacobs an aeronaut traveling with acircus met with a horrible death here today in the presence of his wife and an assembled throng He was having a balloon race at Baldwin park with ProfDudley when his balloon burst 2CO feet from the ground His parachute failed to open and be was dashed to the ground breaking almost every bono in his body New Was Warned Secretly York Auff Press this friends of Henry Williams edon 8 1896 at his IlOiiiS a IvTf tMrtvp to IKLrn ai the time of his death i A Tcddcd secretly In Kew York on ha 3 been LittleChurch January lu His bride was a Cmcinnatl Knight Culberson Kansas sale of boxes show tobe an The established bids over preparation is andalreadyn Kansas City Horse Show the auction annual at Fairmount In Sep of over 100 was ob become an City any like Southwest Much Xor the show valuable horses and andoutsideCL tteBf Edward Fritz employed as a helper in the Salt Lake and Ogden Gas and Electric Light works at the rear of Tho Tribune office was killed last even ingabout 10 oclock His death was clue to an electrical shock but the ex act circumstance and time of his tak ing off arc unknown and always will remain so It was twenty minutes after the hour when Frank Bletzacher who as engineer is in charge of the works at night observed that some oC the ma chines oiled by Fritz were showing lack of care He oiled the machinery then set out to look for Fritz finally finding him prostrate on the floor His head rested face downward on a low plat form while his feet were under a line shaft that is about three feet above tho floor Art eightyarc light Wood dynamo stands three feet to the left of the platform on which Fritzs head rested It is supposed that Fritz acci dentally brushedone of the two pro truding brass knobs of this machine and after receiving the fatal shock fell backward and rolled into the position in which he was found POINT OF CONTACT Dr Ewing was summoned to the scene and upon his pronouncing Fritz dead Coroner Offenbach was called The dead man was taken to Evanss undertaking parlors where a second and thorough examination was made by Dr Ewing On the front of the left leg midway between the knee and thigh the point of contact was found The wound was the size and shape of a human eye It had deep dark burn in the center The cuticle was entirely consumed spY lowing states that tion death wasproduced byan elec trical shock Fritzs er failed to shown any burn corre sponding to on his leg WIDOW NOT INFORMED Coroner Offenbach went to Fritzs home on First South between Fourth and Fifth West about 1 Uiis found that Mrs Fritz was absent caring for a sick woman in that vicinity George Silkett a brotherinlaw of promised to break the news of her husbands to Mrs Fritz this morning after which arrangements for the interment will be made It is not likely an inquest will be held unless the friends of the dead man insist upon it Coroner Offenbach does not as necessary but will hold one if desired Fritz who was years of age came to Salt Lake in Denver Four years ago he was married to his pres ent wife then MissBusby No child is left to mourn his He has been in the employ of tho Electric Light company for three years past and has always borne an excellent rep utation as industrious soberwork man According to the statement o his brotherinlaw Silkett Fritz hat not for years past any serious illness nor was he subject toany organic trouble that might cause his sudden death THE Frank the engineer at power house and a man of considerable electrical knowledge does not believe that Fritz from the effectsof an electrical shock In vi of the fact that therewaS not a burn oii his said I do nol think he was killedby electricity If holeaned or the dynamo which hardly possible much less probable froim theposition in which we fomici him there must have been a flame emitted by the dynamo at the m o the contact was brok en T h i would necessarily have burned Ins of current between themachines it would be impossible forhim to have been struck midway is that he was with some fatal he was at SKXATOR BROWN BACON ON THE RKPORl INEFFICIENT GOVERNMENT TOO MANY COOKS SPOIL THE 5ROTH IN SAMOA Latnh County Democrats will Pre sent Capt J M Walker as a Can didate for and Hanna Spend the Sunday Dis cussing the Programme Includes Speaking in r the Chief Cities of tho bute from Ingalls to Bryan Three ITations Direct the to Rule and the Result is An archism Everywhere Washington al James IT MullJsan at Apia Samoa has made a voluminous report to the State department upon the conditions of the islands A portion of the report is devoted to a reviewof the Govern ment of the islands by the United States Great Britain and Germany un der the Berlin treaty This treaty Mr Mullisun concludes was a mistake and tomaintain it is to persist in a mis take The present he says is an injustice to the people of the United States and a grave wrongto those of Samoa If it be said that the treaty so far as it concerns Samoa has made matters no worse it can be claimed with equaltruth that it has failed to make them better in any particular The admission of either postulate is to confess a As to the present government of Saj moa he says A recognized and reigningking is TRIBUNE Boise Aug largo inllux tonight of delegates from the north to the Democratic and Popu list conventions Thirty Populists itnd twentytwo Democrats came in on tho train in a special car appropriatsiy decorated These are all the delegates from the northern counties excepting1 live who will arrive tomorrow The Latah Democratic delegation hold a meeting tonight After eJecttnjr Frank Cornwall chairman they agreed topresent the name of Capt J M Walker of Kendrick as candidate for Governor in the event of that placft be ingconceded to the Democrats Thf two State conventions will convene at the same hour on Tuesday BRYANS PROGRAMME Will Speak in the Chief Cities of ths Country Irvington N Aug the itinerary already published Democrat ic Candidate Bryan has added Balti more and St Louis The fact that Bal timore has been added at the special request of Senator Gorman is evidence RECOMMENDED FOR RETIREMENT Report of Medical BetiringBoard Chicago Aug the last week the armjMetirinsr board heard or partly heard six of the ten cases which it is convened to pass upon The medical ex aminers Drs Forwood and Wiste have just passed upon several cases and sub followingresolutions which it is firmly believed will be indorsed by the full board J H Bradford Seventeenth United States infantry retirement in capacitated by wounds received in ac tion Maj John G Turnbull First United States artillery retirement Incapacitated by deafness Capt Horace Carson Second United States infantry retirement incapacitated for serviceby age Capt John B Haden Eighth United States incapacitated for service by defective eyeslgm ANOTHER FILLMORE FLOOD It Did Little but Befouled flood struck here oclock today but little to streets and The stench filthyi water that is bid and is very likely d Silt in WtwTwk TRIBUNE tribe who adhere to him whileforeign officers of his government enjoy sala ries from his revenues far in excess of the value of services performed When a pittance of his nominal salary long in arrears is doled out to him it comes through the hands of a foreign official who exercises his pleasure to pay or withhold his lawful wife is in no sense queen nor more entitled to considera tion than the halfclad wornen who file back and forth the beaches A stragglingvillage within and part of the kingdom levies import and export dnties on everydollarsworth of mer clmridlse brought in to or shipped out ot the kingdom lendingout of its rev enues to the kingdom barely enough to pay the most meager expenses and the salaries of foreign officials All the machinery of perhaps it is not too much to say of several in active op eration within the precincts of this lit tle town The guns of great menof war year in ami year out frown ominously upon the shore in support of the government and the law which does not exist within their effective ranges and yet an offender within half dozen miles of the seat of so many authorities defies theprocesses of the court and rebuffs the power of the in validated government In the midst of all whiteclad messengers of the con suls flit to and fro along the blazing beach thebearers of imposing envel opes in which are covered the stately comjnunications which round out the measures of time inthis kindergarten of diplomacy In the meantime no clearing is made no plantation is extended The country which at best under its many disadvantages needs oil the stimulus of peace all the security that govern ment can assure visibly languishes There is no immigration influx of cap ital or suggestion of enterprise All wait for that undefined change which is come Wait as they have waited for lliirty years wait for the abrogation of the treaty as they and their fathers waited for its Only asmall part of the he under control of Miis govern ment Back from the shorn and in the towns the people do as they The treaty made by throe govern mentsfor the government of a third is not considered a success Tho different fcnnsof government sought to bo brought together are Thereis too much friction i t is said that before any step can be taken three republics must unite then oftentimes reference is made to powers on the other side of There is a di versity of opinion a conflict of interest and clash of rights ITew Maps Issued Aug Bigcner tbc United Stales issued oy the general land ofiicc for this year been issued The result of the work of engraving and printing is of the most complete and finely yet issued by the Gov ernment The feature is the division of the country into sections mar Icing the various cessions and purchases from other governments Thz tracts covered in the original thirteen colonies ard the Gadsden Texas annexation the cessions of Louisiana Alaska Mexico and Florida are clearly set out for time Commission er is the originator ofthe idea Only a limited number of maps issued Gorman in his Maryland campaign in return for assistance from the Sena tor Mr Bryan was a trifle annoyed today by the story that he and Senator Jones were at loggerheads over the choice j of National headquarters He inti mated that while he had favored Chi cago personally he had not demanded its selection but had left the choicer to a number of Democratic leaders among them Gov Stone Mr Senator Jones and Gov Altgeld and that the majority had decided on the Western city Washington he sajd would have a branch and Senator Gor man would do a goocL dealoL there in fact as much as he in view of the demands of his paign The programme of Mr Bryan after his vacation includes speeches in Buf falo Erie Cleveland Baltimore and St Louis It is undecided whether the pro posed second New York speech shall be made before Mr Bryan goes West or when he returns to speak in England He said tonight that it the campaign committee to de cide whether he inNew again Mr Bryans party spent the day very quietly This morning they at tended the Presbyterian church in Ir vington It was not known that Mr and Mrs Bryan would be present so that the congregation was of its usual size The Rev Ingraham preached No political allusions were made in the sermon and after the service the pastor and many others shookhands with Mr and Mrs Bryan In the after noon after luncheon Mr and an Mr Sewall and Mr and Mrs O J Smith went for a drive They many of the places made famous by pen of Washington Irving saw thft monument erected to the memory the captors of Andre tlie authors grave in Sleepy Hollow Ceme tory Asked tonight whether Gov would take an active part in the cam paign Mr Bryan said The committee or campaign committee will decide it and not tbc opposition The present aiTangements for Bryan are that h will go from land to Lincoln where he for a few days Thm be will make trip 10 St Louis and through Missouri and the South Harvest and Wheat in England London progress has been made with the harvest duringthe nast week the bulk of the product having been already secured The quality is re ported as being excellent The market fcr wheat ruled dull and in active but was occasionally easier There was not much change in price buyers be ingverv reserved and bids being scarce The quantity of wheat offered was only moderate California passage is quoted at o3s Ud hard Duluth parcels prompt are rated Flour is Indian Territory Waffoner I J W Watts of the Citizens associa tion has commenced the work of perfect njr the roll of the intruders preparsTory x presentinfir the same to the Dawes com mission There ard about 6000intruders riglit to property in the Cherokee Nation will be determined by the commission Death from a Fall Winston N Augr W J of the Wiriston Republi an In stepping off a street car this af ternoon fell striking hishead on the macadamized producing con the brain in dierT during A1TP HAHNA A Sunday Conference at Which Hanna Says He is Satisfied Cleveland Augr Maj McKJn ley and Chairman Hanna metvat thu latters homo in this city today and talked over the campaign Mr said he was very much pleased with the progress of affairs More than fif teen million documents had been inalled from the Chicago headquarters within the past two weeks The situation in the West la im proving he remarked work of education is groodef Mr Hanna said the speaking cam paign would probably be well under way within the next ten days When asked if Maj McKinley take the stump Mr Hanna replied Mai McKinley has made no change in his plans He will not take 5the stump in this campaign It haa been hinted that he might go to Milwaukee to address the convention of the Re publican League He will not do Mai McKinley will return tomorrow t and Mr Hanna will start for Nem York tomorrow evening The National chairman said he was not informed as to the progress of the the t East for the reason that ne had so busy in Chicago that he hadno time to read his letters Arranging a poughkeepsie N mittee of the citizens of Red Hook ytl Upper RedHook and villages of Tivola and Barnrtown arranging a reception to Mr Ervan tomorrow1 evening at of Mr and Mrs whose guests the nominee and bti are to be for the next wife it is will reach Bed train and the reception in tne
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