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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah Part First ft VOL 2 6 SALT LAKE UTAH SUNDAY PRICE FIVE AUSTBIAS CRIPPLED TRADE The French Bill a Worse Blow Than the HeKinley law TflE KAISER PUKISHES AN EDITOR A Newspaper Heport That Can sod Him Great ciliution JlctAVoen Mmpcjror and KiNinnrck Kouhfl Jo CureGeneral Foreign Nov by tho Now Vnik Tlio report of tin Uiu tariff rjiioHtloii has but lu known to dis favor both in lixturislve revlslo o tlio and corn bmd aclion in Mm way of reprisal for tho American and French tariffs The now 1YericU IK a hoavlor blow than the Mc Kinloy law auiiinsl tlio export Irado of AiiKtrln for while riot affect Gor rnany tho exportation from Austria to Franco Is almost entirely cheeked by tho iinw tariff Tho Austria nowspaporH are crying out It TrotostH chiefly from tho iigricHiltarul intcrostB aro poured into tht OhanonllpAlagulnst any with Austria and tho modification at prosont is Ilkwly to ho very alight Tho Government does not como noai1 Austrias wishes for joint reprisals for tho McKinley bill tho oiliclal Gurman Inquiry having shown such ictIon an impossibility Kmporor William has ordered tho outlon n llorr Iulxwaldt udlior of tlic Ztiitunv for publishing rernaticy msirUs hy the Kinporor in proposing to ask tho Duko of Oonnaught at a dinner of tho Si then of which tho Duko Is honorary Colonel Tho Emperor called tho Duko an able Gorman ofFloor worthy to load hussars In tho presence of an enemy The French papery took up and asked if Mio fntiiro CornmafidorlnChlot of tho Kngllsh arruy uightto thus Idontlfy hlm solf with tho Gorman army Tho Kronuh umoitssador to England It is reported to day convuyod to Halisbury an Intimation that the affair was ollttrislvo to his Govorn intMil Now the Kulsor donlos tho uouurnoy of thu report uf his toast and prosooutoa editor A communication on tho olllolal press slgiud by tho uhlof of tho Emporory civil cabinet denying curtly that tho Kaiser took iiny any stop whatuvor to Inchico Biri rnarok tocomo to tlio Moltko fcto suggests mi lussunhig of tho hnpurlal unlmus BJs rnitrck rocoivod an Invitation from tho Obor hiiust attond as a mombor of that body hut mifi rlonds while ho would respond to an Invitation from tho Kaiser ho would not rnlnglc with tho Imperial circle unless was niadB welcome An In tho Hamburger Nachrichter frnm Bmrnurck rotors Ui tho howl Ing of his eucuilos and doohiros that tho ealnninlos will bo regarded with contempt by all rightinhidud pooplo Tho Austrian otTlclal papors doscrlho tho vlsltof tho Austrian Etripross to Roiho She rernalnotl thoro under tho name of Mrs Morris audionoo with tho Iopo and tpont the roat ot tho tkao In sight seeing Lcldon who Is in the oonfUlonco of Or Koch considers tho discovery of a consumption curf of tho highest vjilno lo fuirnanlty Di6 Nation says chemical siiDstarioo which Is injected Into tho hotly oven onsHS of lulvanuod ttiburoulosls Bisnuuok husniado arrangamorits to start a brcwory at Frodericksburg Several llamlMirg capitalists aro Intorostod Tho linutKjlors will run It titty yours paying rent to HUsmarok KOCHS CONSUMPTION CUKE The ResultH of Experiments nt Ber lin Awaited With Interest EKRMN Nov Francisco Chronicle Sorlos bacteriolo gist Koch profossoH that his Invention of Inoculation for tuberculosis Includes a method by which all vegetable parasites and baollll in tho human body can bo destroyed Tho bacillus ot diphtheria will experimented upon next in order aftor tirst rosults of tho experiments on tubercular Is announced Tho bacillus of diphtheria has not yet boon rec ognized plainly and definitely but tho forth coining tests will probably settle Its oharao and nhape as ouoh of thoso hitherto klotttliiod has its distinguishing peculiarities Koch will probably corno boforo tho public oarlior than was expootofl tvs tho patients whoroho Is treating by his now romody aro progressing favorably Tho professor docllnos to opon nny lottors of liuiuiry until tho result of his tnmtrnanC is settlod fjlnoo tho publication of his oxporlmonts ho ronolvod 500 teilo grains and loiters from England and Arner icu ftnl the number is hourly lucreitslnji In tho report of tho Jntornatlonal Congress published in thoVLondoji Lancet Kouh detailed tho trials ho was making of various substances into the body by injootion would destroy tho bacillus of tuberculosis Mo asserted that ho had found several athurcul oils sonio socallod nnlllne dyos and among the muroury in form of vapor compounds of silver and gold and of gymuogon and Koltl worn romarkablo In tholr otVocU on tuboriiilosls surpassing all other substances expoimonlcd upon Kvon in diluMons of to two mlUIons thoy ehockod the growth of tho bacillus of tuberculosis but vlMiongh elTectlvo in tube culture ivnro absolutely wltluut olloot tuberculosis In thw living tininuil Kocti bus been far too successful to bo discouraged and thinks ho has hit on a subsUutco which will piTvont the growth of tubercular bacil lus in animal Ho has not had to waitlong for a trial on a human subject for thr ward of Chnrlto ex nmplos of such promising results that ho has been cram tod a prolonged leave of ahsonoo to euble him to pursue his investigation on a wider sealo jiuiy says the Lancrt on the ot a revolution IM thorupontlcs Bao teritMosy is mnv in this ruo niontons I n tho Lancet Professor Samuel G Dlxon of Philadelphia olnims priority of invention over Kochs discovery on the statement that in October ho advanced icertain ner tlnont hypothesis Two cases of slight con sumption In La Charlte are declared to havo been cured already by Professor Kochs The patients are kept in tho hos pitnl still to prevent tholr makiViR dlsolos UICM THIS POPE bOSESA LEGACY s of the Crown With a Win ROMB Nov Francisco Chronicle short ago Slgnora Aldlmlra Mo is a ivory wealthy Italian lady died leaving hor own promises and the testimony of pecsous who wltnessocl hor will the sum of to tho Pops Her relatives and btlior presnniable legatees were prepared to hour will read boQUtfUthing pontifl knowing tbe the dead lady was forthoonilnR dill gent search has fruitless In the the ontire estate reverts to the state and It lu freely charged that the documents havo been stolen by persons acting for the Crown in order to deprive the Pope of his legacy I The affair has created u good deal of ex cltornont and will probably be heard In the courts Persons who witnessed the will are ready to testify that they were made aware of tho contents ot tho document before signing it THE SAHARA ROAD Herr RoTfiifs Out Obstacles That Must Be Overcome PAKIS Nov Francisco CVinmiele Series Rohlfs the African explorer expresses the opinion j that the transSahara railway could bo built only after tho complete disarming of all tho people through whoso territory tho route would Ijo For this purpose picked soldiers would be necessary One of the greatest In the way of tho tho constructors He IT Itohlfs says would bo the sandbanks Tho largest of these banks might bo tmtnelod he thinks while cuts might bo made through the smaller ones fit many localities sandsheds built on the plans of American snowsheds would be France Contemplates Retaliation PAKIH Nov ticw French tarllT contains a fcatmro heretofore un noticed That Is a clause which gives the President and Cabinet full power to retali ate to as great extent as they choose upon articles exported to France by any country which discriminates against French prod ucts or In way erects barriers against French trade This Is obviously modeled to moot the Amorloari Meat Inspection bill anc intended as a French answer to that measure Tho general totio of the French press continues hostile to tho adoption of retaliatory measures against the United Sufleringw oithe Rear Guard LONDON Nov Ward in a lecture hero last night on his experiences In Africa with Stanley said that Jameson lit erally died of starvation arid privation Both Jaiuoxon and himself hud to live on mouldy biscuits and rice full of maggots while tho luxuries were reserved for tho ad vance guard BarUelot added Ward in de priving himself and ansoclatosof thoso lux uries havo been quixotic but he certainly did his duty A Portuguese Lioan LONDON Nov dispatch from Lisbon to tho Harcill says Mendelssohn Berluior irandolsgosollsohaft and Sterns of Frankfort havo advanced to tho Portuguese Govern ment at l per cent Interest for six months on guarantee of a monopoly in tobacco and spirits Was the Prince Entrapped PARIS Nov IIorrlssons Lite ot the Prince published yester day insinuates that Lloulouuut Carey was a political agent paid to get rid of tho InXululand The JLoss at Vitu ZAwzinAn Nov 1 official report stutos that the British loss at tho storming ot Vltu was four wounded The native loss was fifty killed and many wounded Two Wardens Stabbed to Death PAIIIS Nov mauiao confined Ir the asylum at Llmogros stabbod to death two wardens today iiud Jumped from a window Ho was badly Injured A Jockey Club Fire PATWS Nov great cafe ground floor of tho Jookoy Olub building is on fire There Is Immense excitement oh TiCiiio to Bo Divided TIICHNK Nov arrests have boon made at Lugano t Is believed that the turbulent canton oC Tlolno1 will bo di vided Into two A FORTUNE FOR THE FAMOUS PICTURE WIJLl GO HACK TO PAUIS Sotno Ono Vayn Frnncn for n Plocc of Work That the Artist Itut of tho Paintlnj NKMP YORK Nov Dispatch Francisco Chronicle famous picture The which was sold to tho American Art Association of city on July 18SO at tho auction of tho Collection In Paris has boon sold onco more Tho negotiations have only just beon completed Ir Paris by R Austin llob orlson representing tho American Art As sociation It la not known yet exactly who the purchaser Is inasmuch as JMr Robert sons negotiations have boon carried on with ngonls Tho ploturo has sold this time for francs as against francs paid over a year ago by tho American Art Asso ciation It Is conjectured that Tho whou returned to Paris will be placed by Its purohasur in tho Louvro but nothing dfHnlto can bo siild about this until Inter Tho picture will remain in this country un til abouttho middle of December tho Lorms of sale requiring that it shall be delivered IM Paris on January 1st Tho papovs of sale have boon signed and a deposit paid upon tlio purchase the identity of tho buyer may bb made known boforo the rest of the money is paid but it is quite likply that ho wont become known until the famous painting is handed over to his agents Millet finished Tho Angelus at in Uo was then only a struggling artist and when ho asked MOO francs for his work it was refused Ths first purchaser of It got it for 1SOO franca of which Millet ro colvod only SOO Some time later It was 5000 francs to M Jules Van Praot the Belgian Minister Thou after passing throngh various hands it went into the collection John W Wtlsoujwho francs for It In ISSl Paris had an art sensation when the Wilson Gallery was sold M Secretan got theAngelus for francs Tt was tho gun of his col lection uiid when having boon ruinod by speculation Secrotan was compelled to partwith his art treasures the Angolus bocamo the object of a sen sational contest between the various dealers nnd collectors and the French people who wantedto keep U in their own country The sale of the collection occurred on January I and a tremendous crowd was present lu tho gallery When The Augelus was the auctioneer tho bidding was started at francs but tho experts In charge of the sale stated thatno less than francs would bo received as an offer Immediately a representative of the Oor ooran gallery in Washington bid francs Tho representativeof the French Minister of Fine Arte bid francs M tho American Art Association of this city increased the bid to Advances of 1000 francs each were then the auc tioneer knocked it down to the representa tive of thu American Art Association at PENNSYLVANIA IN PERIL Secretary Maines Appeal to the Disaffected Republicans THE TREMENDOUS ISSUES AT STAKE As Pennsylvania Goes Next Tuesday so Goes the Nation in Governor Hill Closed tne Connecticut Cam and Pistols in West Virginia Rates Restored NKTY YOUK Nov the result of tho meetingon Monday last to incrttaso the trail oxpres9 rates have simply bootvput those charged iu ISSKancl iThey moot of lower rates and found result Tho coizipauies wore UKl The Comte 5TbRK and sdite sailed for Liverpool PHILADELPHIA Nov Blalne arrived from Washington this afternoon Ho roiJivod a grcnt ovation later in tbe after noon he appeared on the stage of tho Academy ot Music to address a Republican mass mooting The spacious building wus crowded to the door and hundreds were unablo to gain admission Mr Elaine in his speech referring to tho campaign in Pennsylvania said Do you suppose tho great free trade papers of New York and elsewhere throughout tho Union would care to follow up Mr Delamafcor on personal charges if thoy did not have some great purpose beyond If they cau elect Mr Patterson it Is u prodigious gain to the cause of free and a loss to tho cause of protection Pennsylvania is isob oniy the Keystone State of the Union buteveu in a greater sonso is the koystono of the causo of protection If she fall back now svhoLi tho tariJF is on its sovoresi trial freo trade thinks It sees au easy road to the Presidency In 92 I want to remind you especially you Republicans who differ from tho great body of your party that Ohio Indiana Now Jersey Delaware Maryland and West Virginia are at present in Demo cratic hands Tho decisive point of the struggle of 1802 may lie lu Pennsylvania arid how any true friend of the Republican party how any honest believer in tho doc trine of protection can put to tho bastard the strong position of Pennsylvania at the criti cal time I fail to discover If Pennsylvania at this time be drifted from her lifelong allegiance to tho doctrine of protection and shall elect a gentleman of whom I know nothing practically except that ho is ranked with tho freo traders there way beno balm in Gileud that can hotil thuli wound I speak strongly on this question because I do not want to see this disaster because I do not want to soo this State misled by tho freo traders of New York Oity Tho issue Itself is concealed under this mouivtain of abuse of the Repub lican candidate for Governor There is undoubtedly in the Republican ranks some difference as to the character of the new Tariff bill Theduty of making it was remitted by tho people to Congress The bill which passed was tho result of a compromise and Ieomft with confidence to plead before the people of Pennsylvania not to dillor on Mr Bhiino spoke of the reciprocity amend ment and said that while the Democrats thought ho was to divide theRepublican party oa the of protection bo was patted on the back and encouraged by them but when the Republicans1 as one man Incorporated reciprocity in bill thoy didnt want It at all and declared it unconstitutional If wo had been balked by theory of un constitutionally every time it was made by tho Democrats wo should not have been able to defend tho Union when it was as saulted issiw greenbacks for its support organise a national bank improve a river that did not have salt water in it improve a harbor in aninterior State give freedom to a slave and as the next point should not be able to secure reciproc ity in onr International trade By every attempt in every form in uhioh po litical action can bo taken the Democratic party expects to wound and destroy the doctrine of protection and I have come to raise rhy voice in Pennsylvania to ask the mother of protection thather off spring shall not bo strangled If my voice can havo any influence with a single man among those who are dissenting from the regular organization I appeal to him not to think tbatit will Oti nil well next year My friends faction leads to defeat and defeat leads to mutual hostility and disor ganization If this fight is con tin aed with a disastrous end It will bo a long time I fear before you will see the Republican party of Pennsylvania come forth in its original strength andseo Jf in Mr Blaino said ho had not come to sound any alarm upon the possibility of a loss of the Republican llouso of Representatives He hoped they will not lose it but from the time of John Quincy Adams to the time of Abraham Lincoln without exception every administration lost its second Congress It Is ono of tho natural reactions that comes between two presidential elections four years iiro so frequent that It creates no disturbance on one side and no1 elation on the other ho said Is a popular vote in Pennsylvania that shall encourage New Jerseyinher Democracy lead dissent of the parliy in New York to close up andmake their that shall cripple Ohio In her effort to throw off Democratic power throwback Delaware lu her Republican progress make Maryland a hopeless instead of a liopeful state and that shall take from us the power to establish tho Republican standard in West Virginia Every one of these considerations confronts you in v the vote that a Republican casts in Pennsylvania Tuesday next The administration of Harrison so far as that one has been H modest consoi entious eirectlve administration The country has boon peaceful 6be industrious prosperous and has gone forward in a quiet as a Government of Republi cans should always exhibit I ask you in castingyour ballot toremember that you can sustain the administration able conscientious and independent or you can set the sealof it You can do much to perpetuate administration or you can do much to djr stroy it I have withthe purpose of the administration but to bear my testimony and you a warning As Pennsylvania votes next Tuesday the Nation votes two years PostmasterGeneral TVanamaker spoke he Mr Blaine then went Club wherp he held a reception HILLS CAMPAIGN FINAIJE Democrats Should Make No But Vote Ticket of New theVpempcratic campaign In this State i In the 1 course of Is no for deals or trades wjili the of our i party stake Putno Demperat on guard tWhose these when the of s Cprriiption cbloriizationfttatimi other Their influence will tend to spread and perpetuate our principles and it is folly to shut our eyes to the importance of this question The newly discovered doc trine that there should bo a nonpartisan administration of local or municipal affairs should not be accepted until we aro ready to disband localpolitical organizations and rely upon the courtesy of our opponents to secure Politics and Pistols WHEELING TV W F Rich ards editor of the Telegram ut Clarksburg published articles this week severely re liscting on tbe charnotor of Hon John Bisil a prominent lawyer and leading Democratic politician Today Edward Basil son of John Basil met Richards and a shooting occurred Both men were badly wounded and may die Richard is chair man of tho Republican County Committee and this is the third time he has boon shot on account of a too froo use of his pen Republican Ballots Stolen YOKK Nov Sixty thousand bal lots placed in tho hands of the American District Telegraph people today by tho Republican County Committee for distribu tion wore stolen the wagon in which thoy were deposited being made oil with This created a panic In political circles but de toy tlvos succeeded In recovering the prop erty A Wyoming Appointment CHKYUNNK Nov 1 to HomerMoriill of Rawlinshas been appointed a Justice of Su preme Court vice Willis Vandurventer elected and resigned Mr Manill thus withdraws from the Senatorial race THE PHILADELPHIAS PERFORMANCE YAKIOUS AND SEVJEItE TESTS OF THE NEW CKUJLSIiR She Experiences Two Mishapn Before StnitiiiK Chocked in Lena Tlian Two Minutes Nov new stool cruiser bearing the blue pennant of Roar Admiral Kiraberly president ot the Naval Board of Inspection returned this morninglrom tho trial at sea The tests were in the main satisfac tory although the board finds room for im provement in some minor details Owing to the foul condition of the1 cruisers bottom no trial of speed was made but it Is be lievedthat when the bearings aro worked smooth and the resistance of stiff machinery overcome tbe speed will be greater than that shown in the preliminary trial The cruiser mot with a couple of mishaps boforo starting out The German steamer which anchored In surly dollanco of the warnings from the naval of ficers that her berth was too close to allow hor to swing clear was swept by the current against the Philadelphias port bow Fenclors were hastily placed over the side to deaden1 the blow whiclr could not bo averted Tbo cruiser was danger and an investigation of the damage showed ibatMihe bolts of the low pressure crosshead of the starboard airpump engine were Broken and several hours work were necessary to replace1 them The forward torpedo port sustained slight damage The brokenmachinery having been re paired Thursday morning another mishap occurred The schooner Grace Gower struck the Philadelphia on the starboard side and ranged alongside phia uninjured and having ascer tained that the schooner was need of assistance proceeded on her The gunners were called to quarters arid two rounds at high elevation and extremetrain forward and aft were each gun of tho main battery Tbe blast shattered the glass in the skylight and damagedtwo cut tors Tho gun platforms stood the severe strain well but defects were developed in the cartluges of three sixinch rifloa which will probably disable them Friday Speed and turning trials were made with 128 pounds of steam makingsninety five revolutions to the miniuto described a circle insix minutes and three seconds Tho severest test to which the cruisor was subjected was reversing of engines while running at full speed The peculiar typo of her engines enabled tho vessel to perform the tost safely and SUCT The time from going at full speed ahead until headway was chocked was ono minute and fifty seconds The cruisers tactical diameter is diameter of the circle in which sho can tnrn is 2400 feet With one propeller backing the diameter is much less The Newark All Nov cruisor Newark returned from her trip today Chief Engineer Abel says her engines greatly exceed tho contract requirements S500 horse power The vessel attained speed of twenty knots and over and was fully equal to the Baltimore V THE UNION PACI PIC BOYCOTT It Applies to All Points Between Omaha and Salf Lake CHICAGO Nov severance of rela tions between the Union Pacific road and Its eastern connections except Northwestern road In the matter of billing freight went Into effect today the possible being fori warded by other routes it is billed Council Bluffs Iowa where it must be rebilled overthe Union This break applies to and from points be tween Omaha and Salt take and does not extend toCoast Consultations are between and the rup be mended The Union Pacific gave that the conditions for by way of Council BlufTiTand Omaha would be enforced all roads east of the Missouri river linesare af fected to a greater or less extent The PeKon Failure at Denver to the amount of werofiled against Samuel Brother The total1amount now reaches and from present indica tions the assetsat the Sheriffs sale will not OHICAQO Nov The corner theteinplei of the N atipn Jil Womans Christ lavl Temperance was laid this ajfter noojj The building will be of granite fifteen stories lard delivered the principal have just purchased across the line in wiirtnoye1 their is in audienbe seven people in AmericanEprse the GbcraoeJlor a Weindcratic Protest ve Democratic NEVER WROTE IT Worlds Fair Commissioners Scolded by a Private Secretary THE COMMUNICATION GOES ANYWAY The Pnblic Debt Statement for Oc Supply of Nickel Secured Round Valley Commission Notes from the Capital Nov rTRTBTWB Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Series The long letter upon thu Worlds Fair expenditures purporting Lo have the seutinients of Sccrotary Windom md prinlecl in the Chi cago papers was not in fact writ ton by the Secretary cf the Treasury at all nor it seen by him until it appeared in thenewspapers The letter whas in fact written by Mr FTendUjy the private secro tury of Mr Windom and sent to Chicago without having been shown to his chief Mr Windom recently gave an explanation of the way the letter came to bo written Several letters touching the rather liberal expenditures of the Worlds Fair had come to my office and were in cine course examined by my private soc rotary who gave me an abstract of their con touts I directed him to write a brief letter to the president of the Commission suggesting caution and economy I may say to you that I was very much surprised to see the long and somewhat severe letter signed by mothat afterward appeared in the press I had never seen it until I read itln print So long however as my secre tary a most competent man sent it I will say in the language o the day that it It will bo productive of good results any way I THE HOUND VALLEY COMMISSION WASHINGTON Nov f Associated The President has appointed D W Shryock of Greunsburg Pa John W Lewis Louis ville Ky Hcury C Hunt Asbville N as a mission hi regard to certain lands and improvements within the Round Valley reservation in California with compensa tion at the rate of per day each expenses PUBLIC DEBT STATEMENT Aggregate of interestbearing debt ex clusive of United States bonds issued to the Paclfle railroads debt on which interest has cuasod since maturity 635 aggregate of debt bearing no including National fund deposited in the treasury under the act of July aggregate of certificates and notes offset by cash in treasury 185 043 aggregate of debtl including certificates and notes October 31 1800 de crease of bonded debt during month 922 total cash in treasury debt less cash in treasury October 31 1S90 SS7 debt less cash in treasury Sep tember 30 1890 net decrease In debt during month NICKKL SKCCJRHD FOB EXPKEIMENTB The Navy Department has arranged to acquire a supply of nickel for experimental use The terms are not made public uor is the quantity stated THE WEATHER CROP BICTIXKTIlf The weather crop bulletin for October says Tbe weather has been especially fa vorable work throughout the win ter and spring wheat regions and a general increase of moisture throughout the sec tbe ground in excellent condi tion The winter wheat crop generally presents a fine appearance with an acreage equal to if not greater than previous years TO ARBITRATE The Posttomorrow will say Seuor Per aza will forward to the Department of State a letter written by President Pelaclo of Venezuela to General Blanco who is in Paris The Venezuela said Minister Peraza has aslced the good offices and mediations of the United States in settling the disputed boundary question with Great Britain We want the matter submitted to arbitration aud would be iwilling to accept the decision of any European power if Great Britain will not consent to the United States But Great Britain will not agree to arbitration al though she proposes this method to the United States to settle the sea BARTJBLLOT WAS JEALiOUS That was the Secret olthe Trouble la Africa CHICAGO San Francisco Chronicle Stanhope a well known traveler recently returned from Africa Talking today about the StanleyBartellot unpleasanfcry hestronglyupheld Stanley although he was not acquainted with the exact nature of the difficulty between the two1 men Certain c he this fact should be taken into consideration that the highest officials and the African public have always thought Stanley a1 much superior man to Bartellot It is understood in Africa thatBartellot an explorer was never the equal of Stanley who made new passages through unknown regions while the Major traversed the beaten paths of other The great secret of the said Captain Stanhope that Bartellot was extremely jealous of Stanley and his bad temper caused a Stanhope added that he knew as all in Africa did that Bartellots treatment of the natives was simply awful To sum the whole Major Bartellot was not n flt man for the charge he had and Stanley should have known it He was inexperi enced and Immature was of uum erousrebellions among the natives which called forthfrom him the most severe dis ciplinary CINCINNATIS NEW BOARD They Kick in the Door and Take POST CINCINNATI new board of city officials went to the office a little earlier than the usual time this raorning accom panied by the Mayor The office was locked witbionly the clerks wtthiii To the request qfithe Mayor to open tlie door a refusal given The Mayor an officer to force an entranced kicksfrom the poli9kmans brogari the door The inner door was also locked and was opened A WIPES DETECTIVK WORK The board then elected cbarKed thela8slstaatiwh6 to give uptbebook of Presided ttReeme lineiime in later and began to raise objec tions b u t iwhenvMayor sMosby told m tbat najiieala n r Duly The That Led to a Prominent WEAVEHSTOWN Francisco Chronicle Series A pistol shot at two oclock this morning attracted Mrs Henry Irvrins and her two daughters to the room of Mr Irwins They forced the door and found him dead in a pool of blood with large pistol in his hand Irwins located here about ten years ago and was regarded ns enterprising able and wealthy I3e erected a number of buildings and secured a controlling interestin Halpins lumber yards the business of which ho doubled In his life he was con sidered vory A change occurred about four years ago and as usual there is a woman in the case After making prep arations for a weeks absence be left home yesterday noon but was shadowed by his wife and followed to the eouuge of the woman referred to The next day she se cured admittance to the cottage cleverly disguised pretended to be in search of a cottage for sale or to rent During the conversation between the two women lrvin entered parlor where they were but dirt not recognize his wifo As he entered the woman occupying cottage said My husband might able to direct you but this house Is neither for rent or Mrs Irwin was unable to control herself any longer but rising to her root threw off her disguise and exclaimed Ycmrhusband Quickly drawing from the folds of her dress a small cowhide she used it with vengeance on the pair The assailed woman lied for safety The confounded and Implored his wife to save him from further disgrace by returning home it once promising to follow her and explain everything to her satisfaction The result was his suicide IKE BARNEGAT DiSA STER SIXTYSKVttN THK NUMBER OF THOSE WHO WJfiNT UOWN Tlic Accident Caunod by tlio StoainorH JBiuudcr in Graphic Description of tho Disaster NEW YORK Nov 1 It is now certain that twentysoveu lives were saved from the wrecked steamer Word was re ceived from tho Delaware Breakwater that eight persons saved are now there A tug was sent this morning to Sandy Hook for the seven survivors taken off by the Mar uow on board that vessel Second Mate Walker of tho sohooner Cor nelius Hargreaves gives the following ac count of the collision I had just come on deck a few minutes before 7 Thursday even ing I saw the Vizoaya live miles oil Her green light shone on the port side and I riot feel in the least uneasy Our lights were burning and must have been plainly visible to those on board the Spaniard We wore sailing at the rate of eight knots an hour and neared the Spanish ship rapidly I turned the Hare light to show him that a sailing vessel was soar but he held otV his way I began thinking we might strike him or he us if one of us did not alter our course I was in charge of the deck Finally I called the captain When ho came on deck he looked at the cloud of canvason the1 Spanish steamship and1 thfcn at our sails all of which were sot Wo can clear I he said and we hold on our way I the vessel drawing near and finally ventured think we will strike The captain said Yes by we l Hard a port hard a he shouted but IT WAS TOO TjATK Like a racehorse our vessel darted forward We struck the Vizcaya amidships Tho tore a great hole in the Span iards side Then tho vessels swung slowly thoy were almost side by side Then a chorus of agonizing cries burst forth Men and women darted hither and thither on the steamship and jumped doxvn on our decks but our ship was as sorely wounded as their own Captain Allen heard the panicstricken people dropping on our deck he shouted to me Walker keep them back Lots save our own crew first To the boats men to the boats He himself cut away the fasten ings of tho long boat and jumped in The first mate and throe of our crew followed DESERTED BV TOE CAPTAIN I was fighting a gang of Spaniards bent on getting to our boats Suddenly I looked around and saw that Allen had shoved off with his four com panions The boat would easily have car ried sixteen I jumped into the rigging and shouted Captain you are not going to desert your second mate are you PorGods sake come He shouted something In reply I saw him waving bis hands in farewell and knew that the coward bad made off leaving the rest of his crew to Walker then told in a dramatic way of the struggle for life of the remaining ten men of the Hargreavess crow and the crowd of Spaniards from the Viz Walker then threw a gang plauk and followed It A large number of persons clung to it and it was capsized again and again each time losing some of its freightage of human life Finally the number was red need to five They lost strength gradually and one by one let go and sunk into the depths leaving Wftlkor alone Again and again he was washed overboard but struggled back He was fast losing consciousness when he saw the Barnegat light and tried to paddle toward it but drifted out to sea Muhy veagela parsed but too far to see his signals At 4 a m he fell in with a Spaniard who had a raft of spars and Joined him Soon after were picked up by a tug j The list of rescued now foots up fortytwo j leaving sixtyseven missing THE STEAMER TO First Mate Penin of theschooner Har greaves arrived in this even ing and told his story He says the blame j of the collision rests entirely with the steamer people as the schooners lights were burning and she had the riehtpf way When the steamer was close of aboard in stead of pullingher helm to portshe pulled It hard to starboard and before the schooner could be cleared the crnsh j rjMate Perrinfi story differsr from that of j Mate Walker regarding the actions of the j captain He says seven of the crew including the captain and hiinself of tlieiSpaniiirda got iitp the schooners long boatand three of the crew and three of the Spaniards in small boats They rode ubtil early next morning when picked up by the schooner and afterwards to la tug Perrin adds that1 when Captain Allen saw the Spaniard pay ing noattentipn to the schooners flare sig nals he blew thosteaiiv whistle When the Spaniards seemed for tbe first timevto see and theiv came the fatal error in her HE WILL NOT PREACH TODAY PEORIA The baslneiM portion of tbwji of was almost entirely destroyed fire V last night The fire originated ih iWery stable and spread rapidly Iru alt directions telegraph and were burned and all communicatioiiilcutioffr Theloss ls about The build j ngs r ne saloons Vahdl A Parson Steals a Team and Another Mans Wife HE HEARKENED TO THE TEMPTERS VOICE And the County Jail An Incorrigible Burglarizes Hin Fathers Convicted of Crim inal Record Nov Dis Francisco Gtarunitle Series 1 Rev James Butter pastor oj tbe Methodist Episcopal Church In tho metropolis of famous Sequatchlo just been taken to Chattanooga In irons Butler ia man of brilliant attainments Ho was an eloquent expoundepof the word and being1 single and a dashing bean among the girls of thtvmany rich of the valley Among his parishioners who lived outside of town on a splendid farm was Benjamin Jackson a man of some and much wealth Jackson had the finest horses In this section and had among other valuables a young and exceedingly pretty wife Butler becamea frequent visitor at Jack sons house He admired bin horses openly courted his wife secretly One day Jacksons finest span of was niiulnc Not a trace of them could bo found young pastor was the most sympathetic of till the friends who condoled with Jackson A week later Jacksons wifedisappeared mid the minister was also missing After something of a search the couple were over hauled at Jackson Then It transpired that the pastor was also a horsetbktf He WM taken to Chattanooga while the errlug wife is at her fathers home here under lance The sensational affair agltatea entire valley SHE MUST BE CBAZT A Young Woman Hurls Two Children From a Railroad Bridge Nov of the most ter rible uiurders ever known in tbo hUtory of Erie county was couiiuittod at Akron twentyfour miles oast of this city last night A young womaa named Mullen aged 19 residing with Mrs Patrick Brown enticed Delia Brown aged 6 Nellie May Cemeut Worts railroad J bridge bight sixtyflvov Murder crook All of a sudden she pushed Brown over side ot and grabbed IsToilie Connors her Ittto V the precipice below Nellie wasi Instantly killed Brown hvadarms and legs1 al though terribly it is itboiif hV she will recover Last night citiiens for the missing girhvand 1 oclock For saver al noun Delia laid creek unable to move It is bclioTed that Sarah crazy as sho sabsequentlyx threw herself into a stream from which was rescued by a man passing at the time 8h6 isin custody but refuses to ANOTHER ENGLISHMAN A Case that Bears to the Ben well Tragedy Nisw YORK Nov strongsiippport for the famous Birchall found a parallel In the alleged suicide of a wealthy Englishman at Yonkers Benwell who had moneyswas hired to this country robbed and murdered James Edgar a wealthy London druggist was lured to this country and has been found dead penniless the Yonkers Today Captain Mengin of Yonkers to the New York Police Department for assistance in the Inspector Byrne detailed two of his most corapetent men for the task of unraveling the mystery The old gentlemanwas known to received S5000 two weeks ago yet when found inthe hotel there was aot a doliaron his In the room was a note the proprietor sigued with George king pardon for the inconvenience he wasjcauslng and saying the inhumanity of a few persons had driven him to death Perry II Sumner a New York broker identified the body as that H Edgar The strange conduct of George H Edgar a nephew of thedeceased andhis subsequent disappearance the fact that valise carried by the misaiof and the absence of any bottle or flask which could bavecontafned poison are chief upon which the theories andoperations cf the police are based A WAY He Make Burglarious Raids on Hta Fathers Residence i NEW YORK Nov Dispatoh Francisco Chronide Series house Marsbipresident of tha National 1 ron on aveaue Morristown N J was enterida few ago while the family and three diamonds a pair of diamondearrlniip and several gold watches werestolen Two nights later a lady memberof the family saw a man getting out of one of win dows Slifi recognized him aaWillianiMarsh a wayward son of the whpJ long since drifted apart froin An alarm given but the Some silverware which Lhad been from the house that night was found In tba yard Mr Marsh admits that he bad son of tbeburglaty William Marsh entered his 1atheresbankrafter ing college but to abandon that position the in New York and again In ChicagoVhis father haying providedfund for both enterprises A few V he marriedMiss but a For some time pastj William Marsh has beia living in Bloomfieldor exact residence is with valH in of murder in 1iM ou recently capturwii iM ;