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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah THE MOST EXTENSIVE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION CIRCULATION EXCEEDING ALLTHE CITY COMBINED VOL CITY TJTAH PRICE FIVE THEEXPANSION OF TRAI IE Maine Delivers a Vigorous Address to fflaine Republicans PROTECTION STIMULATED PRODUCTION An Avenue for the Disposition of Our Surplus Irodiicts JUnst Be Openod Startling Concerning Our Trade With the Americas fng in return f most say that this was only carelessness was done by both po partis Every repeat ofduty should have boon by a most thor ough IiivosMKJition rnrt whenever It was found Ifitblo to anything from Mir irniud and thus establish re ciprocity of tnuif have been done i do not of course Intend to decla re or to imply wo con Id have sfcctirea tho freo admission nf in products into the countries from which we purchase annually to that Tho richer country cannot expect reciprocity in imount from frountrlfts UJSK wealthy butwhatever wo should havt refulvtjfl would ho a fliiar gain nod in fill future repeals of littins what ever may bu able to get will bu a clear Maine AUK Repub lican mass and after Governor BurlciKh had spokon Prcsi denr Kroall of Colby University Introduced leader of tins Republican party and tho vocrtto of a protective tari IT Hon fames G In regard to National questions IJlaine said 1 wisli to declare the opinion that tho tnllert StaUS has rrachod a point where one of its highest duties to enlarge Uio area of Us foreign trade Under the hono tlclont policy of protection they have developed a volume of manufacturers which In many departments the demands of the homo market Jr the field of atfricullnre thv Immense pro portions It by agricultural Jmplo ynents wo can do far more than produce breadstuffs and provisions tor our own peo ple Nor would It bo an deHtUiy for so a country lo toiinufac turo only wj nan consume or produce only what wo can oat Wo nroalready In j fact that many fabrics nnd Iri many pioducts far beyond that and our great demand Is ex pansion nieuii expansion of trado with countries where wo can find profitable ex changes am nor fioeklng the annexation of territory and wo do not desire unless it frlioiild como by volition of the people who rniKht ask tho pricolesa boon of a place under the flag of our Union 1 foci snnj that for a long time to come tho people of the United states will ho csontint I own with our presonl urea arid not launch cm any scheme of annexation Attho sumo tinui I think we should bo unwisely content if wo did not seek to outrage In what tho younger Pitt well termed the annexation of trade nejirlythlrty years tho United States hud yrnafc advantage of a protectvo tariff by a far longer unbroken period than any Industrial policy has been enforced since tlm Government was orgatiizecl Happily a groat of our people without strict regard to party believe the results to the American people from 11 protective policy havo been of Incalculable bonotit aggregating In ii quarter of a century of National and Indlthe right to vote vlduul wealth beyond itnythltig over drcHfiied of before In tho history of tho world do not mention protection because T intend to speak in rofoienoo thereto before this audience That would bo a needless If riot impertinent effort T merely wish to proclaim its victories Without protec tion the United States would be poor indeed After of a war from 1861 to with protection every State nourished and prospered grew and gained Even rovetiuo duties were levied with no expectation of developing Itidusfcrios ihuru havo in many instances been greatindus trial results The heavy duty on was levied primarily not for protection but simply to sucuro a largo revenue from one of tho Hivurks of tho noh but ns a coriso tho silk industry Incroasod so rap idly that it orio of fabrics of Now Jersey one of the largost oftho Union f could readily advance oUior Illustra tions to the same effect As I have already intlmated um here to speak on tho ex pansion of our foreign trade not by any novol process not by any moans thut will shook or disturb tho homo Industries not by any moans that will invite our people to rush experiments orthat will launchus in idoubtful and dangtnotis Investments What I mean to speak of bilofly is a systiun of ioclprofity not in conflict with tho pro tective tarilV but stipplomoritary Miereto and presenting a field 1or ontorprlso that will richly ropay tho utlorts liiul energy of the pwoplc shall find if instructlvo and valuable to oxamino Lhnsoiiroos of our imports and tho destination of our exports and to strike a nalance between the two Take lust year In that yoor whole exports to all fountrlon in three continents of Europe Asia and Africa and Austrnlla Canada and Hawaii amounted in round numbers tlo und our imports from all those countries amounted In round numbers to showing tnat from that vast trado wo hud a balance of In our favrtr equivalent to that amount In gold to our people but when all accounts wore closed instead of having our favor wo had a nalance of againstus from our foreign trade Wtv must therefore have lost in our commerce with Uift countries outside of those to which rofprrod Whoro could we have found stioh a largo udvrrso balanco Lotmo tell yon We lost in Cuba from which ouv imports wort to whichour exports 1 were only Fortyone millions is a pretty Largo sum to lose in one inland in a single year In the republic of we left 000 Oxir exports to Riastll woro is not deliberately to work to establish reciprocity of exchanges wiUi duUos wo havtj repealed ihusfir it should have been L question of whether wo slum Id something or get Wo have chosen with our eyes Hosed to got nothing 1 hope now with our open that we shall in the future got fOrnoihing WMernoijmcr opposition to this policy from those who tlccUirw that when we enter into of trade with one country wo must do so with all countries and thus indirectly bring complete trado J do nut rtuc tho logic of tliis and 1 am sure tinfacts will not prove what Is predicted Wf on tor Into reciprocity with one nation hociuise we Hnd it is to our advantage and wo iiniy UcUno to intcr into reciprocity with another nation Ixnauso wo sou no in Reciprocity is simply a policy of cironmstiinrc to bo determined favorably or unfavorably accord I its operation may make or lose for us To say hocanso wo enter Into reciprocal relations with oni country on onw thing wo must enter Into reciprocity with all other coun tries on all exchanges Is to my rniod is absurd as lo say thatif T buy a horse to day I must buy a drove of asses tomorrow All objections of that kind nro Tain sure unfair and will not stand argument or practical trial Our pooplo do not readily see tho groat spoclo payment is endangered In this country H Is likely to bo endangered by our present system oC trade with tho LatinAmerican States Tho fow millions In gold that gone out of the country within tho lust three months havo created uneasiness in certain quarters as to our llnunclal position J t Is extraordinary that thosu millions from tho hanks of Wull street should bu accounted so serious an event when wo have losta much larger amount during tlio samo period from our tnido with tho countries south of UN without exciting the least observation When our merchants and bankers come to thoughtSully appreciate tho fact wo shall receive an Influence from a quarter which thus far It has boon impossible to The largo audience listened with tho pro founclcsb attention and tho speech mcb with groat approval Hon William S Mason followed endors ing In an enthusiastic speech tho principles of reciprocal trado Tho mooting closed with mi earnest spooeh by Henry Cabot Lodge advocating tho Federal Elec tion bill and Informing tho voters that tho Govern met t must protect all its citizens in Important Snbjccts by thetaate San THE SALT INDUSTRY DISCUSSED The Tariff on Wines and Inqwors Demmjcls Free WooJ andSherman Protec House Proceedings A RUNAWAY WIPE WASHINOTON Aug the Seriate Blair presented a memorial for the Womens National Iildustrial League for the suppres sion ind armed issasslns known ayllnkerton Referred to Judiciary Committee oUend a concurrent resolution which went ovor that ad journs on the 1 fnh of September it be to ineei on the lOJi Novonibor The Tari IT She IsTraced to Cleveland Ohio by a California Husband NEW YORK Aug Dispatch Francisco Chronicle special trom Cleveland Fora month past a strikingly handsomeman and woman with two pretty little been living in rented rooms at No 0 Granger street They gave the namesof Mr and Mrs George MlSunborn and the man obtained employ ment in a bookstore Tuesday T T Kicks i wealthy citizen of Eureka California ar rived here and obtained the services of a detective to Jind his runaway wife and two children whom he to this city in company with a Congregational minister named Sanborn Ricks says that Sanoorn went to Eureka early in 1SSO was appointed pastor of tho society built five new churches and whs very popular Four months ago Mrs Ricks started for Reno os tensibly to visit friends taking the children with her About the same time Sanborn left for a vacation Then Kicks heard that his wife hsid eloped with without his knowledge she had procured what she said was a divorce The couple wore found without trouble Kicks wanted to kill Sanborn buh was re strained Mrs Kicks the children signed olV her property and received Kicks The latter surrendered rights to the S2000 in cash from offered to fortfivo her and taico her homo but she refused San horn and Mrs left for the Last THE AHAZ PHENOMENON VALID THE TDlTAGJ Ifo FljrnroB Out Its Duration Jincl Connects It With ComltO t of Joshnart Sun 1NVJ2STIGAT1SS Dl TIMIil It tho HAVEN Aug Dispatch Francisco Chronicle ant Charles A L Colon of Yale faculty Is still pursuing his Ingonlus Biblical studies and now announces a fresh result his Investigations Somo timo ago ho applied his mathematical science to tho idonUflcu fckni of loshuaslong day This timo his havo been directed to tho only other stoppage of timo recorded in tho Biblo tho reversion of tho suns shadow on tho fllul of This Incident ho regards as much moro notable than I ho stoppage of timo as tho hattlo of Both Tforon Thero siccording to tho record tho sun stood still or as our modern would put It tho earth stopped its revolution The record In this rase Is that tho sun actually wont baok that is as could bo said now tho rev olution of the earth was rcvorsud jinr Totten now announces that ho has tlxocl thooxaofc tlinooC This wonderful event and that it fits Into astronomical record Tho story of this occurred in flftocnth year of Hozeklahs roigu is told In Kings Chronicles and Isaiah In tho twentieth chapter of II Kings inthe first eleven vorsos tho account Is Iound VrotVssor Totton idontltles tho day upon which this happened as tho from tlio unmtlon Wednesday the eighteenth day of tho first civil tho seventh sacredmonth of thw year a m Mo states that tho biblical elements fix tho sun dial incident at the absolute instant of equinox yours ago reckoning from the approaching equinox of Suytombor 22nd 1800 Tho event took at high noon of that day or about sinon and one half minutes before 12 oclock that day This would bo just av tho time when tho dial would be watched by a groat number of pnoplo for tlu autumnal equinox which marked the beginning of a now year and the exact lust ant that tho sun stool squarely at tho zenith would bo looked for with great interestIn making tho reckoning for tho new yojir A most Interesting result of this computation in Professor TOUCHS eyesis its connectionwith the delay of Joshua at tho battle of licth Iloron That ho llgured out in Mrussachnjsetls PORK FOR WORKS ART bill was taken up thn pending question he HO ims bolMi negotiating for a pas imr on the llnfuice amendment to parngrapli 07 which taxes salt in bags rind packages at 12 cents per 100 pounds and sail in hulk at S earns the amendment being to strike oiit UIR proviso allowing draw backs fin suit in exported movwl in strike out Uio entire wriigruph ho of would he to plane on Uirfiti list ColniiHt advocated MoPhersons iimciidnicnl nid Tcsil in from uiadu by lon In the SctirttB half u ouiiiury go agiiinst a suit lloiu nskcd wlifitlicr Urnfon liflrl not mndo unit iiKRdi iiljoi Mm stnno timo ho Hindu another ckclnriim ami Uio whole of Const Territories utterly worth less lor iifincultunil purpose Webster sine suhstan tifilly Uio samo tliiiip f McPhtisous uniiuulmcnt Jj a party vole V Vest miKlu th to strnR out tho pro Tision for u drawback as would Uis will itsod in Tor lion Untlcv tho Rcnorul provisions ol tlui iot n spiclnI provision in UIR MSP ol snlt Vost uraiiuflin layor of frco salt thf natural produd of which loimd in ijimiiUliis in country in thn world and In every in the Union Hohitilsoou aikpasit of rock In LOUIHIIMIH which would supply this world worlds like it time Why thon should h salt tnsoil wlmu Llio tlairyiiion aud pnokois nnd bcof pnckirs would use it no mntter wlua tho chity on it was Jlr Cullom ursiHHlagainst striking out the proviso in tho imuairrajjli He to thw pork in SUUo mo ponoral of wiclion 8J would nllow a clrnwljauk in that hiwlnossdnd tho reply was Umt it would not Thn liftsaid de manded foreign salt Ho hnon always in favor of protection cvou in tho inutlcuo salt but this was not a fiuoslion of to Americsin salt Jl wns rnUier i question cu pro tection to the export moat business Aftor furtlior discussion onthe salt paragraph a was Uken on the coimnitteo to strike out the provision The proviso was not struck 81 The Republican Senators who voted against FiuancoCpmmittiC Alli son Jones Mitchell Plait Phunli Shurinarr Teller Wash burn ami The confcrouon roporfc on tbe joint resolution for the rcliof of destitutioii ra Okhihoma was prosantod niuV to It dlrcctsan uindica tion of tho uucxpoiuled balance lor the relief of tho by tho Missis sippi to of pfclftnoina ren clorod the unoxamploddrouth there On motion of PI u the duty on bramly in pavucnipii and on liquors was increased from S2 lo per grtlloji on bay mm from Lo chainpaRiic and other spark so to make the rates on hottles eonUiiihiK a quart 8ft perrlown on pints each or less instead of tho bottles contain more than n quart pernllouadditioual On ivotion of Plumb the following amendments agreed to The ptirngraph relating to stiUwineshymaking tho rate per pi Ion in wisks instead 50 cents aud per case o U niiiirt bottles or 24 pint botlloa ol extra quantities to be taxed 10 cents per pint instead of 5 cents ale porter and beer inbottiesorjuKsby making iho duty 3U cents Dillon iislOfifJ of 35 cents and when riot rn or jugs35 per gallon instead of 20 WTlfo naragmph relating tomalt ex tracts by ninkiiig Uio dutyin casks 3f cents per gallon in in tW ocnts pnr gallon instead of wlifn solhl rr omidcnscd l0 per cent The paiiirrru Jiirelaling to cherry juice or prune juico by making the 75 cents per gallon In stead of contuiutiig not more than cent alcohol and instead of uiul 25 per cent adwdorem wlmn containing mote THE GBOEl WAR IS OVER Text of the Treaty Between dor and THE ARMIES W1LUBE DISBANDED The United States Without Ade quate Diplomatic Representation in Ccnjbral Fishs B5 mister Miners Report GUATEMALA Aug PTUIBTWE Dispatch Fratfdsco The peace treaty has been signed in Salvador by Pro visional President Ezeta and his Minister of Slate and submitted in all its parts to Con gress The text of the treaty is as follows First both countries shall withdraw the frontier linewilhm fortyeight all flurauity for any AFrench Newspaper Predicts a Re ciprocity Psais Aug negoti ations bctwcon Franco and tho relative to American tariffare fipproacIiing a favorable conclusion AVushinglon Govevnnient will remove tho duty on liench arts and Francewill remove the prohibition pork WVSHINOTON Aug m Le Pans to the oJVcct that thn Goveniment of the United wonlcl rdmovetho duty on works of French art and that tho French Govfiirimoni would roinove the prohibition against American pork as arosnIt liiitiions shown uiembers of the Senate Flnancy said ho know nothing about any negotiations Sherman said of conrso tho members the Finance Commltteo knew nothing negotiations tho two Governihents may be enlaced in hut tho two subjects mentioned in the Le ho said have ho connection with eachother The Finance Gornmittco will the duty bo removed from wprksoC iiot onlv Frunch butall foroigh There is a dilVerence of opinionon the has not yot been settled have no relation he said to the action of the French Govevnnient against American pork Assistant Secretary of State Wharton when shownthe paragraph from La Pans sii id hewas not awarethat any suclrnego tialions as those indicated were Oominff to Termti troops from 11 slSncl eight to war shall stoned and each con n P sanding only the usual number of troops kept in country shall be for in dwiiajtes sustained durmfc the o fullindependenco of Sal ction shall take plocc In Saffir for office of ConRrew w lo olect a tonipomry to serve tho is ordered Tho ultimate SUCCRSS of tho arrangement Is due to tho combined efforts of theAnier ican Minister Mizner and the Spanish Arel lano The people of both Salvador and Guatemala are satisfied Thctroops are re tnrning home many have arrived in the city and will soon return The war being French loan of will soon bo completed and work wJll soon begin on the northern railroad and purchase of tho Soathernroad will bo rati rclatinpto ginger ale soda water anl other was amended on rptiort of the Finance CarnmittRe by rwlucing the rate from ir cents to 10 cents per dozen hot ties and on inotion of inserting tho parnsVaphrclaUngUuhinprnl waters and thoir struck out on the rocom of Committeo Schedulo cottoni maiuifactures and Bohcdulo to flax and hemp werepassed ovcrinformally Schedule rqlatnigto wool and rnunufao turosof wool was llientaken All the agraphs from 357 o to rasy wool Imvin been rend Ctirlisla moved to have thmn alUfnuik out so free list lie arirued in support of the proposition und tiif same reasonwtiichwivs iisnd to justily put ling sugaron 1 applied equally to nulthiK wool on tlio In to Uio fact whiln ofsngurhurt only slightly incrciisocl series of homo Puus Angi Siiri Francisco Qlifoitidi papers arc exercised over the McKinley bill as the Customs Ad ministration bill La France commenting on the rumor that the measure ispnqpf re seri ously contemplates the prohibition of all acin 1 terated Fr en oil wi n cs1 says th at Kb ere is such a scarcity that there hardly a lriglo bottle produced in France is nob manipulated with plaster lavis or some other extraneous substances Such a measure will exclude all French vines from the market of the States andit yarns the French that they had better come to terms with America since that Govern ment offers reciprocity The Latest Fair Site CHICAGO Aug Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle latest site offescd tothe Worlds is n the northern part of tlie city and borders on LakeMichigan It was forrnallyWered today by acommittee of the aud besides containing 450 acresof avail is only five and a half miles from the center of tlie city It is the prop erty of various who have probably vTccd to relinquish it for the period of the Worlds Fair occupation Such of the water withina few feel of theshore line and tJie proposed site liestwontyflvo feet ieusf above tho waters surface that the largest lake vessel canapproach and anchor even now atthe distance of a short gangplank An Entire Crew frowned T N Aug horn of the schooner Bessie in from Black Point Be said that on Wednesday in company with the choonor the BessieWalker sailed from Aple During Storm the vesselscollided the Walker going to The ashore on a raft 33 minutes later the vessel broke into pieces The struckon arecf and soon went to the bottom All hands on board including a girl named Smith were drowned Tlie Boston Failure In Mexico wo Our mI to bo exactly and ports from Mexico wove 000 000 and our exoorts to were To si HI it all up our imports from tho countries south of us wore S2l 000 our exports to thorn wore The bal nvtce asalnst us In our trade with theso oountHos thorofore wns ex coedtng ouir Riiiris Troni all rest of the world by By no of spooirh can we flatter ourselves into tho belief that iur trade with pur American neighbors is in a prosperous condition How can this state of alTairs be rcmeflietl You havo heard a jrruao deal said in tho past teii years by Domocratlo frleiuls abontthe iniquity of the in a war turlir As a matter fact the war tari IT has not hocm kupt lip but has been amended over and over until tho revision of 1S8o left soarcelj CH the uctual tariff that was Inoper atiotvat tho cJoso of the war and for a few years lifter During the war wo wore compelled to tax almost everything in the uiiv oivtho water on the arfch and under tho earth Tho ueccssitiespt iiovernmontwero1 so great that wo ootrlcl allow scarcely imported paying tributes and 1 will denythat W were hours Tho stoppage of time at the dial of wns forty minutos The two together made exactly one day and he citilms sots tho calendar right Tho moon though involved in this latter incident was not mentioned because she was just short of her entrance Into her fourth quarter and was therefore at that moment below tho homon fv EIGHT THOUSAND MEN K G toy a Scar city of Jjaborers Aug espoo rilllull VI 1 i in Mie tirifl of HcurKued that the uool iiilfiixst so that the iuui qusilityproducert would be suf ficient for illl woolBJi roofls fucLu red in the United States amC for nil foreign woolen that niHj in use here The pouchns bill he Said in answer tea CUllom the of tho hiwpl which had opcrntetl so After Senate acljournecl AUK 1iouso went of Wlioloon privnto calendar isn the committee rbso hilf a privale bills imUhc SoatWern wiir flftim the obioelionnl fentuws stnckftn out were obi was a wise poliby Wo were thij philosophy of trade but how to savo the life of tho was and seized it wo could reach it lawfully but cliufng eighteen yoars a groat cliange has boon made So war abolished that in tho fiscal UO nrbicles jjlderably riiore thnh all thoim1 ports To lio thatpaid oxcoeding Iniporterl duty inevitable 1 Out gioat1 rtiistako roads when bogah to ropiuliafip Any was afayor and ah advantage porting have construction is greatly retarded the inability of the eonipanios to labor Tho B i be greatest They have at present under Grand Tutjction branch sixtyfivemiles long tfae Rio Grande Soiitheru miles tho great tunnel a amount of brcyidguaging jill of vriiichiiValniost at a standstill on this ac TlxO onicials of saythey Van SOOO works and tlio woVlc to wintor Several ditch compuijies and smelter if suf ftn Blown to Aug SOr Dis blown into mgnL a pourirH and team started on a iii i JiTl H ssid The House then took a the f session to bb for consideration ofprivatc nhion sessionthe House passed iidourned twelve pri vat pens TO A Tlie Grand Trunkand the Manitoba Henry Tylerpresidentpf Trunl says that bis visit is in1 the intended to conhcctwitlva line at the iiiiernatibnal again 7 g i View fied CENTRAL AMERICAN MISSIONS It Was a Blunder to Consolidate Sought Dis patchSan Fraudlsco Chronicle view of the situation of affairs in Central America leading members of the Ooraraittoe on Foreign Relations in both Houses of Congress are beginning to question tho wis dom of the May 2S 1872 which con solidated the iivo missions to tbo five Cen tri American States into a single mission and left theUnited States virtuallywithout diplomatic representation or mflnence nj the capitals of Honduras Salvador Costa Rca aid Nicaragua The consoMaUon was mido at tho Secretary Fish then in charge of tbe State Department and he is have been movedL to it by dissatisfaction with tbe only 4 ublicans who could be obtained to seive Knlstors rosidcrit In Oontral Amprioa at a salary oi a year and he increasing the rank salary and mission to all lour oU filin the residence of tbe envoy at Giiata a better personnel inrepresentation could bo thepr0posal with rtly because that body has no n lor a diplomatic service and a con It was dis sand and one reports regarding the failure of Potter firm nature of itsbusiness is largelyoinvplyed It has assets to a largo amount iiheir value is not and re quire make np a which will approach The suggestion that firms with the iirm ae aftected is correct but thosefirms have btberresources and will probably weather thestorui itNecessary NEW Fran Cisco Series HcraldStliis with Rabbis Kohler and Jacobs on Is oircurooision essential to becoming Kohler holds that it is not says that ifis absblutely question is very niuclv discussed circles raised bythe of a Christian naruedGelatt in Kansas Citytto v tho Governments of Honduras which republics maintain a mission at Washington The uniform result of seventeen years ex perience has been to make the United States Tsilont partueiJn all tbe ambitious schemes of the Guatemalan rulers to other Republics under the guise of federa lorr While too late to do anything xepiedia tSybf the blander of 1S72 at this session o Congress a bill will be introduced one pSshed at the next session for restoring the Svessed missions with high rank and sal Sin thoexpectation that tbe Presiden and bis bnice envoys of tit reputation and allehy their character and attainments tc and maintain for poj1 tions somewhat analogous to those o Ih British residents at the courts of tl o iprinces of India It isassumed that Dopartrnent will be very willing to for ward and execute a project designed to giv the blhest effect to the good offices and m Tuenoo of the United States among the lita Republics of Spanish America over whicl S country assumes to exercise a qualiue A NOTED liBBEL DEAD General Barrundia Resists Arres and Is Riddled With Bullets SanJose d this morning to capture th rebel General Barrundia who was on boar steamer The por companions boarded the steamer and demanded the surrender of Barrundia from Captain Pitts who answered that he would deliver up the revolutionist and invited them Barrundlas cabin The Assistant Chief of Police Captain Gal deron and three officers were fcraong those who went with the captain to the cabin When there Major Tonqllo that the captain of OF MRXICO A COUNTY SEAT AVAR L Very Warm Fight in County Idaho Idaho Aug to county seat fight in Logan ounty is waxing very warm almost to the xclusion of all other political matters he latest development is an effort of boshone to get an injunction forbidding an lection on the matter as provided by tho ct creating tho county passed at the last ession cof the Legislature Tho Logan ounty Commissioners at their last meeting jromulgated a proclamation ordering an lection for all officers and for tho county eat and Shoshono claims this action is llegal hence their demand for an i The case will probably before ho District Court which sets in Shoshone ext Monday ONE MORE RECORD SMASHED BOY MURDERERSGRIME The Atrocious Deed for WMeh Young Leuth Was Hung A 6IRL MURDERED BY HER LOVER A TWOYEAROLD PACKS THE Jack Harris Also Lowers His Helena and Hartford of tlio Ball INDEPENDENCE Aug the races here today which were witnessed by 5000 eople Manger lowered his record and tho worlds twoyearold pacing record Jack Harris trotted against his record lowering it to FOR SEVENTY THOUSAND Starters For the Futurity Race at Sheepshead YOHK Ang most valuable event for this country certainly and prob ibly in tho world will bo decided at Sheepshead track tomorrow It will take but a minute and a quarter for some one of the eighteen horses named below to win the futurity of ind about for the lucky owner The w i field will include about all the high class youngsters who have been seen out ihis year Tho conditions of tho race make it nccesssiry tbat Strathmcad and SalllO Mc Clelland are to carry top weights 124 pounds That would seem to indicate the sibility of either capturing tho prize All and Reckon will run for Morris Confederacy Potomac aud Masher repre sent Belmont Cleopatra will carry the Santa Anita colors and blueblooded Ivio Del Key will sport tho Winters colors Tho trainers pretty generally believe that the winner will turn one of this lot Potormio has a lot of admirers among them andso has Bio del Key who has shown the best work of any of tho lot aud who has a great pull in weight Helena and Hartford Races HELENA Aug to races today were well attended and the track fast Five furlongs running selling race Eddie R first Xenaphou second Bay lorn third Time Running handicap mile heats starters Justice Tom Daily and the first heat easily but was disqualified for throwing bffi weights and his rider fined Tho heat was given to Tom Daily who won the second heat and race Justice second Time Tho Mutuals paid S40 and Trotting J A The GOOyards running was a second breaker Bob Wade first Cyclone second Nettie L third Time HAHTFOUD Aug trotters post poned from Seer won Emma E second Richmond Jr third others ruled out Best time Pacers won Bob Taylor second others distanced Best time 314 trotters Bird won Mambrino second J son third McTSwen fourth Best time 225 trotters Woods won Albion second John W third Major Aldrich fourth Best time Two Desperadoes Escape From California Outlaws in Brutal Murder Fol lowed by Record of Crime CLEVELAND Francisco Chronicle Series Otto Leuth the Cleveland boy murderer who outraged and then killed little Maggie Thompson in that city May 9th 1SSO was executed in tho annex of tho penitentiary hero shortly after midnight this morning With him was also executed John alias Brocky Smith who horribly butchered up old Bridget Byron in Cincinnati on De cember Sth 1SS9 Young Louth was only 16 years old his crime was committed and is ono the youngest persons ever executed in this coun try His crime was a most atrocious one and clearly showed that tho youthful per petrator was possessed a devil as old as the story of crime His victim was but eight years old and was fairly idolized by her parents being the only child Loutb enticed her into tho house of his parants who wore away on a visit at the time fcho awful crime was committed Leading her into the bedroom ho first outraged her and then boat her brains out with a hamtuer to conceal tho terrible crime which was prompted by that most dangerous of human abnormally de veloped toa power and ferocity that would j vie with all the horrors of a Dantes boll Tho body of tho little victim was stripped and wrapped up in the bed clothing and was allowed to remain in the bedroom of tho fiendish youth for a whole week while the perpetrator mingled with the searchers for the missing child and was an unnoticed ob server of all tho sutToring und excitement1 caused by tho hellish murder Just ono month from the date mysterious disappearance of little Thompson tho mutilated and decomposed remains of tho child were discovered the lloor of tho Leuth residence whore the body had been concealed by young Otto Leuth The whole family of Leuths wore arrested and the next morning Otto made full confession As tho time for execution drew Leuth began to weaken and during the past two days has completely broken down Owing to these circumstances ho was chosen as the first one to bo put to death Shortly after 11 oclock the march from the wardens office to the annex was taken up tho line being headed by Warden Dyer and assistants followed by the representa tives the press associations various newspapers and about thirty persona who held special permits Arriving at the annex the death warrant was read toboth Leuth and Smith Leuthwas then escorted ascending the stairs with a firmstop The noose belnc adjusted Louth was tasked if he had anything to say Ho complalnedrof them hurting him while tyinghis hands and then said Now do that business good all ready let It Tho trap was sprung at drop seven feet and a half and the neck was broken Five minutes later escorted to tho scaffold and bearingr tholv same unconcerned has mala tained ever since hisconfinement IriVliMV annex The noose was adjusted and1 asked to talk Smith said he had more to say than hehad said during past nine months that bo committed The Players Brotherhood four hits won the Philadelphia game 0 0 0 1 28 0 J 1 0 0 0 0 15 Buffftlo 0 Errors Philadelphia 3 Buffalo 4 Bufliugton aiid Hnlbnnn and Hack Poarco NEW YORK New York won an easy victory Attendance 1 o 0 4 0 1 3 New Auin l Chicago 1 11 New York Chicaco 7 15 burned last the female Two nien who wereln the the big and vie it ioburseof LI Wrirn iri finilTlftl York 5 Chicago 8 BattericsODay and Brown UaWnin and kartell Umpires Jones and Knight The home team won a teninning Ram e after an excitiag battle Brooklyn 0 3 2 0 0 110 0021 1 3 0fl HitsUPooklvn 13 11 Brooklyn 8 Cleveldnd 8 BattcmsHemmmg and Daly and Brenrian Umpiresr Sheridan and Gaffney the vessel had decided to deliver hira up Burrunaia thereupbn opened fire with a revolver upon the party who answered his fire Burruu dia tell riddled with bullets o Minister Aug Acting Secretary Wharton today received from Minister Mizner aslfollows again to in Salvador on with three of the corps 1 provisional Piyideut several vof basisjpf peace bUgbtly modified accepted and e their ortyeight houw and to em to footing in f eight in Central is dasgustedwith bihis Boston had a snap all over the field Attendance 1200 3 400 4 01 oo o ooo Plttsbnre 10 burc 4 M irphy and SweW Maul and Hurley umpiresFerguson and Holbert The National respects At Cbicages playing was up in all tendance 8800 0 1026 elpbia 0 0 0 0 J 04 Chicago II Chicago 0 BattenesSwm and and Scbriver Lynch BOSTON Tlie contest fotight every inch of amJiwasbrilliantly played Attendance 2SOO 0 pi 00 12 0 0 o t crime but that it was not r The trap was sprung at tbe eight feet Smiths neck was also brolcan and he was pronounced dead at y DESPERATE DOUBLE MURDEBi A Younp Girl Shot toy Her Xoirar Who Then Suicides r YOUK Aug Francisco Clironicle special from Vienna A distressing murder and suicide is the sensation ihere Tho city architect Hor r Saliog disturbod at tho attachment his daughter had formed for a Lancers for a holiday trip in tho hoping thua to cure her of the infatuation Herr and his family had reached a small village with one hotel they learned that the lieutenant was foil owing before night be arrived and put up attho hotel where they were Tho parents of Miss Baling watched tneir dau ghter caref u lly that she might haveno communication with Fischer andfor several days she was npt out of their sight Tuesv day morning the young lady left berapart mont togo to the brcakfastroomslightly W advance of her father and the room occupied by the door was suddenly thrown sprang into the passage way seized around tbe waist her back room placed a pistol against her F and blew out her brains weapon npoii himself be fired asecond and fell dead beside her ROUTING THE The Kentucky Omeials Boston TrjtsCincinuati 1 8 ErrorsCincin ti 1 1 Mullaiie vandVHarrington Umpire nati GanzeU The New ybrks went Pittsbiirg one bettor than nothing1 rattling Attendance 1 Pittsburgr and Tternanr Anderson varid T7mpire i The Brooklynragain Chining handily Brooklyn 5 BatteriesBeatin SwiM Ant all possible J marvor ii iiiC uWff fort JOiV ff rie Ky Aug San Francisco letter from Captain Jaitbcr jri tbe State protect Jj Lillys court at Hazard that Theo Joe r tbc factJo caie feud withtheir of twentysix atV four who were ever engaged in theiqu re The leaders French EversaJe while in confinement v f I being conducted VWf A ;