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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT or ALL THE OTHER DAILIES IN CITY COMBINED j THE WJOST EXTENSIVE BEST ABYERTISfflCr MEDIUM ROCKY MOUNTAIN RECIOJCJj 266 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH JTBTDAY OCTOBER 10 1890 PRICE FIVE STORY OF A BISHOPS BONES Refused a Burial Jy the Tribes of Africa FINALLY LOOSED ABOVE Another Soudanese Expedition Fro Tlpperury Police on Trial Tho Swiss Outbreaks No Italian Exhibits at the Worlds Oct Francisco remarkable atory oomeo Crom Victoria Nyanxa of tho fliscovory of tho body of Bishop P Harring ton who WUH killed by tho natives on tho northeast coast of the lake several years ago His boues have recently como Into tho ijossfiKsion of Mr Jackson agent of tho Briti tsh KiiHt Africa Company It Is supposed that they have been burled near tho shores of groat lake The day that ttlshop Harrington met hla death by spear tinlists from a crowd of tiges thai Kurroundcd him his body wws lakonoiitof cho district where the trngody occurred for tho peoplo feared that tho corpse of a white man hi their land would bring upon thorn Thoy took it to a neighboring district whoro the peoplo also objected to roeolvlrig It was carried from place to trlbi refusing to porrntt tho dead manw bonos to rest In thfrlr country In Its from place to plaoo along tho lako shore a cosiritrnun who had bcuui n portor In Hfshop party an DOinpanJcd thj body whon at last thu body coached iJiiHoga a consldorablo dlstanco north of the placo where tho Bishops party was massacred the people of that roglon agreed to permit It to rest thoroon condition that thocouKtiriau remain and take care of It Ho thoy built above ground a framework luch as they uno for smoking meat and Ilsh find on this platform tho body was placed The peoplo gave tho Bishops porter his food to stay noar platform and koop tho wild boasts and birds of prey away from It Farly thin year Marko a messenger sent from King Mwaciga to Mr Johnson passed through tho region whoro tho Bishops bonoH exposed to tho air wore lying on tho platform Ho told them ho would dispose of tho bones for thorn by taking thorn to a whl to man If Mr Jackson would give con Htiit Thus in n fow yours after the torrlbio tragedy occurred a white man who roaonod Victoria NyariJHi hy tho vory route In which tho Bishop lost his llfo In an effort to open was tho moans of giving tho Bishops body a decent burbil THE other Soudanese expedition Is being dis cuHsed between England and Italy and that England will probably agree to use her mil itary force to bring tho tribes of tho Soudan back under tho rulo of tho Khedive from whom they revolted under the leadership of Malull The continual inroads of those tribes upon upper Kgypt are extremely irri tating and tho British and Italian Govern ments think It bust to put an end to the evil by an expedition strong enough to tho Took aa JEar for Ransom LONDON Oct Francisco Clironicle of brigandage of a very serious character are reported from tho lower Eplrus In ono In stance an gcnSleman named Hariola was waylaid and carried The brigands gave him up on payment of a sum equal to Tho original demand was for double tho amount and they liberated the unfortu nate man only after cutting off a portion of ono of his oars in lieu of tho rernalniug five hundred No Italian Exhibits ROME Oct committee appointed to arrange for a proper representation of Italian art and industry at tho International Exhibition In Chicago In has dissolved having decided that any further efforts to accomplish tho work for which It wus formed would bo useless Tho committee found in view of tho new United Tariff law that very fow manufacturers or artists were willing to send exhibits to Chicago ARIZONA KIO CONVICTED Imprisonment for life for a Cold Blooded Murder HOW THE SWEETWATER TERROR DIED Txvo Desperadoes Got the Drop on Tough Gang on Ca rnas Girls Outraged and Crirniiial Rec ord Tho Swiss Outbreaks BERNI Ocfc dispatch from Belliu zona says tho troops quelled some serious outbreaks in Tessereto between the Liberals and Conservatives It is reported that the Bnnderath has decided to roestab lish tho old iOKiino In Tlalno giving tho Pod oral Commissioner special executive powers pending a revision of the Constitution BUTTE Oct to Deer Lodge this morning the jury in tho case of the State vs Steve Mattlcr alias Arizona Tor the mur der of August Turner at Garrison on August 7th returned a verdict of murder in the second degree and fixed the punishment at Imprisonment for lito Tho murder was most unprovoked and was over fifty cents Turner was a hotel clerk Mattler and two companions partook of breakfast at the hotel and offered one dollar in payment for three meals Upon Turners demanding ilfty coutsadditional Mattlor pulled a gun and shot Turner inflicting a mortal wound A TOUGH IDAHO GANG Whisky and Cigars LONDON Oct Salisbury returned j from tho Continent liviit night At Now Haven tho customs officers two and a half gallons of spirits and a quantity of ciKurs found In his carriage which had been broutflifc ovor from Dieppe The coachman was detained Election Iliots in India PAHIS Oct 0 from Pondl chorry thu capital of a Kronen settlement in Iiulia say u serious election conflict has fcakon pluuo there hctwoon a mob and tho police Several wore wounded on both sides Tlie military were ordered out Riotous Union Miners STDPTRV Oct miners at Bultl wero attacked today by unionists who drove them out and occupied the mines Tho pollen wore unable to restrain tho strikers iuul rotnlloreornontst wore sent lr Sacasa Ticelected RAN JOAN DHU Sun Oct Robert Hacasa who suocoeded to tho presidency of Nicaragua on tho death of Carala in 1889 baa boon rccloctod for four years Officers on the Trail of Gamas Prairie Horgethiovos Idaho Got to a IOIIR term of years there has been an orpanlzed icang of cattle and horsothleves operating on Oarnas prairie and through this section of country as far east as Lost river Heretofore they have been almost unmolested in their operations but lately there has been an organized effort to break up the gang and it now looks us though the work of tho officers was about to bo crowned with success Yes terday a man from Lost river came to Bollevuo on tho lookout for some cattle he had had stolen and the officers wero put ou track of tho gang No arrests havo bee made yot bub it Is confidently expecte that the whole gang will be run in in a vor short timo The Sheriff Is actively in the matter and from his long experionc with tho gang he will no doubt soon succec in breaking them up and sending some o them to tho penitentiary Tippcrary Officers Churned With Assaulting Oct hearing against tho polioo for jissaults upon a mnnbor of persons at tho Court House In Tluparary on tho oc casion of tho opening of tho trial of Dillon ivnd at that plaoo to day Healy oponud the oaso for Harrison a member of tho House ot Com mons who wassovoroly Injured HoaIy that oh tho occasion tn question for uvory adult In Iho crowd In front of Mio rthonuo thoro wore four armed policemen Ho told of tho assault on Tho latter thorv took tho stand and tost I Hod that tboro woro fow or than fifty civilians outside tho coiuthousb whoa ho arrlvod whilo thoro was n largo force of pollootiion on oaeh side of tho Tho policemen used groat rind unnecessary vio lence Colonol Gaddoll addressed tlio po lico saying somothlug to tho offocfc that must go In and not make disturb ance This command not being oboyorl wltnosa askod tho policemen why thoy dis obeyed ordorn Then tho assault was niado upon him During ilsturbtincos ho Raw ft cojstablo strike and foil Tho civilians throw no stones and struck no except ir parrrlng tho blows from tho policemens hutons In opening tho oaso Healy jyskofl that tho ordinary jnstleos should bo replaced by flvo Resident Magistrates of tho bonoh Tho application wasrefused Whlla OBrien was giving ovJdcrioo Heuly questioned him regarding tho photographs ho had taken Tho presiding ruled that this was Irrelevant A discussion onsuod at orld of whloh Iloaly told OBrlon to loavo tho witness box All of tho com piulnants and tholr friends loft tho court room A Socialist Riot Oct trouble between tho police and Socialists In Sprottan was re sumed today and in tho conflict several persons wore wounded A PENSION DECISION THE KAISERS United and Europe Paci Hod Is His Work PARIS Oot JiZrts prints an account of an ullog d to havo been had with Emperor William during his recent visit to Austria In this tho Emperor is rep resented fis dilated upon tho Teutonic eharaclor of tho Alsatians of whom ho do was vory foud Bo ox presseda dcslro to reward their loyalty by acts of conciliation and said It was tho duty of Germany to assist Alsatian industry and commerce cspeolally a cultivation of hyr Hu dcolarocl that ho would ouioark in no adventures but would leiwo Germany to his son as ho would spare tho Boiohstug tho horror of another vrnr 13o thought tho Socialists had boon too loug treated as savugo enemies IViodrlclis viUU had tried to force upon him a policy of perpetual war abroad and war at homo Therefore ho had left Friodrlchsruho Ho had determined ho said to complete his grandfathers work Germany united and Europe pacified that Is my grand A FUKIOUS EDITOR IN THE RICJJKL ARMY IsOT A SENATOR STANFORDS IDEAS He Talks About Adulterated Wines the Tariff and His Health NEW YORK Oct Dispatch Francisco Chronicte Leland Stanford of Callfoniia was a pas senger on the which arrived yesterday morning with his wife The Sen ator has been abroad since May and with the exception of a few days in England spent all of his time on the Continent The Senator said that ho had not seen much of American newspapers while abroad and knew nothing of the reports concerning a breach between himself and C P Hunting ton Whiloon the Continent ho made a study of the tariff in the matter of winemaking and he is of the opinion that lherccannot be too strong restrictions passed on some wines that are nowcoming horo from France Hut if I had my ho sunl I would shut out some of these French wines entirely You soft our American win us havo mtule a ftur show against French wiuus that not nmoe from toe juice of at nil Those French wine makers are past masters in line of adulteration Why they even use our own Cali fornia wines iu iiiakiny up stull that they send here Such wines as these should not be allowed in this country at ail There is a considerable scare of course be cause of this new law The poneralopin ion on the continent seems to be that the United States wishus to entirely shut European goods and the result is is looked upon as a very tbrrihlo fellow 1 did not 15nil so much of a scare iu England 1 left this countrv Stanford J sulTered from it severe attack of vertigo brought on uy rheumatism 1 went to Kissongen aiul the result oC the treatment I received there is that tho vertigo has now entirely left mo and though I feel slight stiffness and pain in my ankle joints I am walka considerable distance and while in Paris did three and a hulf miles easy and without the slightest pain We traveled from Kissuugon to St Petersburg and then byway of Moscow to Vienna where let mo tell you Uoloiml Grant is highly estuemeil by all hands From Yieuna we went on to Paris There 1 had the pleasure of meeting Nr Reid who lias won wide popularity among all classes in IT SNOWKD ON MAIIS PRESIDENTIAL ELOQUENG Ten Thousand lowans Listen Harrisons Brilliant Address to HE SPEAKS OF THE AMERICAN HOME SHOSHOXB WONT GIVE UP The HOW HENDERSON DIED Union Soldiers Who the Confort orato Service to Esoupo Imprisoning nt Arc ICutltKHl Pensions 1 UV ti Ml V I A III iVU in concert to prevent their becoming tary to tho New World says HeWants All Kuzopo to Rise Up Against America VIENXA Oct Fremdcnblatt In a bitter article calls tho McKinloy bill a of violonco worthy of a nation accustomed to tho uso of tlie revolver lt appeals to tho countries ot Europe to not in tary threatens to compensate herself lor her losses by secnringaEustern markets tho MpKInloy bill threatens to engender economic enmity batwoon OroatBritain and Contrnl Europe Mrs Booths Funeral LONOON Oct Francisco Chronicle funeral ceremonies ovior tho remains of Mrs Bciotti wife of General Booth leader of tho SalvV Army will extend ovor Monday and Tuesday all ofllccrs of tho army in the United Kingdom are expected to attend excursions having boon arranged from all maincentors of population On Monday night funeral service will bo held at Olympia Haitimorsmlth whoro Barnums show was hold seats being provided for an audience of ftooth and family accom panied by tbo oxtire British staff his ttjmj will present On Tuesday HOOO or 4000 ofTlccris will follow tbo WASHINGTON Oot Secretary Btissoy has rendered a decision In tho case of Kussoll S Oolo of Ootnpany K First New York Votcrun Cavalry that doflnos that tho status of prisoners of war who having enlisted In tho rebel service in order to esoapa Imprisonment and return to their own command are applicants for pensions Tho decision rescinds the ruling made by Ooriuuissionoi Blnck on May 25 1S85 in which the Convmlsslonor hold1 that regard less circumstances and of motives a prisoner of war so enlisting In tho rebel ser vice even as a device oC escape from star vation and irgprlsounicnt snoulcl bo held as having voluntarily aided the rebellion and is dnlmrrQclfioni pension Aftor prosoutlag the full legal aspects of the question the Assistant Secretary says must bo controlled iu all cases coming before it for adjudication by the fundamotital rulo that the rights of the soldier and citizen alike bo taken away or forfeited except by express terms of tho law tho actual aud obvious moaning of which should bo taken without resort to subtle and forced construction I respect fully overrule tho former1 decision of your office and grant the pension ANOTHER BOND Tho Secretary of tho Treasury today suod a circular offering to redeem 4 per cent bonds with interest to August 31st until further notice PUEBLOS FINE tbo city to Abnoy ParkJComotory ontho road to Cambrldgo anciontburial platie chiofly rdrnarkabls for to Isaac i jj jf A Soudanese 6ct 0 aii Francisco vices toni Kome stite that1 then question ol ent Structure That Cost Nearly Half a Million PUEBLO Got Dull Opera Company tonight opened tho House A great crowd of fashionable peo plo from all parts of Colorado including numerous delegations wero present building has boon a year and half in construotiou and cost Vlt is the finest theater west of Chicago contain ing every known and tholatest inventions in stage apparatus besides interior decorations of the most sumptuous Tho building is constructed of Manitou pink sandstone and surmounted by a tall stone tower orownod with a cluster of electric lights Tho house has its own independent electric lighting The finest carvings in Cql orado aro to bo seen ou tho outer walls of this building Tho Ivalls are llned with haudiiotiie tiling Tho First National Bank occupies a corner room of the oftice depart rupnt and tho finestfurnishings to bo obtained The occasion is being made a notable one in Piieblo Among other thlngsj issues edition of sixteen pages containing largo illustra tions of the new theater TheStraightOut Oct of Deinocrataopposed to tho election of Till njaii us Governor of South in this evpniug iiud nomi jiated tho following A C Haskcll LlQUlionaritGdvornor W D Jobnsou Secfotary of Edmund Bacon Two Desperadoes Got the Ieadlj Drop On Him CHEYENNE Oct 9 Special The latest serious trouble had by Henderson thecharacter killed on the Swoetwater range yesterday occurred month ago and was with Perry Smith a des perado at that time Tho latter covered Henderson with a sixshpotor when the Terror of Bustlers at his own door in answer to a call Henderson for a shotgun just inside and Smith re treated riding a horse owned by Hen dor sons people Yesterday Henderson heard that Smith and thehorse were at a neigh boring ranch and went after his property Smith and Berry a pal threw their rifles down on the visitor Henderson tried to drop on tho off sido of his horse but was hi in the heart and tell dead Smith and Berry are In the mountains they out tho telegraph wires The Temperance War OMATTA to A special to the Bee from Atchison Kan says J F Martinss drug store in Musco Atohlson county was tho scone oil sensational shooting last night Dr Martin being tho target and his assailant being c woman named Plurumcr She accused Dr Martin of having sold her husband whisky and announced her intention of shooting Dr Martin without further delay Tho wonYau shot at Dr Martin1 threetimes In rapid succession Oneball landed in Martins leg but he was not disabled and promptly piilloc his own weapon but his excitement p his using it His clerk in tho store shioci a pan of paint at itehe woman hitting her on the cheek and he then followed hei out upon the sidewalk and throw bricks at hor bub she escaped without serious injury Dr Martin swore out a warrant and she was arrqs bed i this morning on a charge of assault withinteiit to kill Her husband gavo bail for hor and she was not imprisoned Crazy Dougherty a Deed YpnK James M Dougherty Avho was placed in an insane asylum about a year ago for persistently following Mary Anderson the wellknown actress with protestations of love has been at liberty for a fow days This afternoon he shot and Assistant Superintendent D Lloyd of Kings county asylum at Platbush He then wenpto the Kings County Hospital to IcillSurgpon Arnold but that gentleman was not there Dougherty then came to New City where fhe was caught andlocked The this foundation Explanation of w Guatemalan troops AlHrgo of i the f fan ks p ar t 5 of t h e h i llghtingbptwcen th br given V up v Dougherty escaped from the asylum Sept 20 Mi It learned that he bought revolvers in New York last week Wanted to Be Outlaws Wyo Oct to Ocnrporal Parkinson charged iyrith Hoy1 dead prirato found near the KforVVith prisoner Ayantbd the dctUlnians thcrewas a ary in the Parkinson was head plotter in a plan talco liorses andestablish th einsel as badsigned a ratical ugreenieait imen no tales the lines stolen Baker was suspected of falsity v aaiightors of soetf hpmoiV being The of had been uhd niuriiafod Lprdcque Some Interesting Observations by a Harvard BOSTON Oct San Francisco Chronicle WH Pickering of Harvard College has for something like a year boon great portion of his time to observations of the planet Mars Professor Pickeringusocl in his observation tho twelveinch telescope which Is soon to lie mounted at tho Arequipa station of Harvard observatory and he made a most elTort to add to onr knowledge of tho most iuterosting members of tho system On the socnnil occasion we found that tho spiico in tlio son thorn hemisphere had in cronsod riming hours by an iroa nearly as liugo ns tho linked Stales so you soe IIthis wliito appeariiucc is due to there must havebcon treinciVcioiis slorm in Mars on this of Profossor Piijkering vomarlcnd in answer a inostioii northern that the son thorn of planet AviiS fur inoro that section the tlavk places aro located which ant fiiipuoscd to be The planet opinion being olchiitlisin thn enrth as wellus smaller has passful the singe in which the Dearth now is and is approaching the condition pf tho moon in other words is dying In the course of the conversation the professor said general color of the platietrwrra darkened On onenight it npijnnrorl darkisr before but dark red as Now mud with wliioh hohad compared it When asked ap puarance of thc en nlas he said ho found one that with descrip tioi1 regard Wil 1 said thesum of it allis that Jil LJainmarion asserts what isexpected to bo proven and thencalls on Professor Holden to back him you might put it that way There cer tainly hypothesis doubt if Professor Holdou or any other observer would care to make any mom dufliiito It Is the Bulwark of American In Industrial tion President Shakes Rands With a Multitude THE COMTES RECEPTION None of the French Legations Btisi ness How He Is CHICAGO Oot San Francisco Cttwmicte Series There is no troth in the story published in New York and the French Government is cordiality with which tho Oornte do Paris has been received in this country and the Fronoh location htis protested to Mr Blaine against the action7 of tho Govern ment in having the collector rheetf him down the hay on a revenue ciitier correspondence has passed between 31r Blaine and tho French the subjeoli No complaint has and for all Mr Blaine is perfectly contented with ofall or his GovernmentIs dissatisfied they Have concealed the fact but If they should Blaine would tell thenitbat it was their bdsi ness The Comte do Paris h as not been officially the Government uf the States will has had ex tended to of the the same courtesies thai would beexliended to any other lier who had heldrank armyof the United States and had given Tho fact that the a crowhihiis nothing to case Hois welcomed here as anoxofEcebpf as a pretender France SENATOR GEOKGBrKXOITEID1 TAOKSON ofthe convention livened today by exciting cpllbquy be United States Son atoriGeorge land aptain Judiciary Tlie severely criMcisedVsouiVqf said the cominittoe ablest lawyers in State and j he not motive for s ex Iowa Oct S oclock thi morning the Presidential party reached thi city A delegation beaded by Hon J G Hutchinson exRepublican candidate fo Governor of Iowa and Senator P C Balllng of tho Ottumwa Iowa1 Palace met the party at Galesburglast evening auc escorted them to Ottumwa Tt is duo to tho forethought of Superiutenden Vvilson and Manager Bishop of tho Burlington road that a pleasant nights rest was afforded tho President by tho train being sidetracked at a quio little station near Otturnwa until daylight Despite the early hour almost tho entire populace of tbe thriving young city of Ot tumwa turned out to greet tho President Rousing cheers were given a inomont later tbe booming of cannon commenced and the jollification of the day was fairly begun In this city resides tho Presidents older sis tor Sally wife of T J Davins an old citizen and John S Harrison the Presidents gray haired older brother who is in business in Kansas City met tbo party here and from the dopot be nnd Devins escorted their dis tinguished relative to Devinss residence where tbe family breakfasted together 1 Early in tho forenoon tho weather became unfavorable rain began to fall but It did not seem to dampen the enthusiasm of the lowans and certainly did not seriously mar the ceremonies which took placo under tho roof of the Ottumwa Palace nnd the Iowa Industrial Exposition At 10 oclock Presi dent Harrison under escort of Governor Boies and Senator Ballingall was escorted through tho coal palace To tho Preoident it was full of interest and bis surprise and admiration were thoroughly evidenced by numerous inquiries 2 tliis afternoon the public ceremonies of the day took place in the presence of an enthusiastic audience of about peo ple Governor Holes formally welcomed President Harrison to Iowa Jn a short speech calling his attention to the evidences of taste superior skill andprosperity of tho people of Iowa as displayed in the construc tion and exhibits of the Coal Palace and concluding with an assurance of high re gard for the President as well as politically which greeted the Presidents appearance had somewhat sub sided he responded to Governor Boiess ad dress speech thanking tbo lowans their hearty welcome and assuring them of the pleasure it afforded him Hosniw in welcome tendered hint a proof of the loyalty nnd reaped of American peopleforthai Goviunniant which hncl attained sucli milk in of nations 1 the people ofJ own on theplieiiomeiuil progress which thoy had ns wiibin past clecude and nivs gruti llocl by the evidenceof prosperity observed on every hand m the unique Jin magnificent struc ture tho Goal which justly tho prirlp of OUuimva said if he should attempt to in tcrprnt the lesson of tho Coal Palncc he would say mi of how much that is artistic andi graceful is to be found in the com mon thingsoTHfe And if I1 said ho applicaion of tho lesson it would be to suggest Unit wo might profitablycarryinto all our homos and nil neighborly interests the same Tho common this by spirit maybe made to glow and KJisicn Tho commoninteriors of life touched hv fnciirUiiHss sind love mny to fill everyhem i ami neighborhood with brightness that a jewel cannot and it is pleasant to think in our American homolife we have roachcd this ideal in n degree un oxcelled before I believe that in American homos whether in tbe city or on the farm the Americanrather andmother iu their relations to their kinder more helpful and more benignant than others Cries of Good and These homes arc the filrengili of our Lct be corrupted ami itself bus lost the stone of strength uponwhich its security Here by some accident of the arti ficial waterfall immediately bohiud tho Presidant on uudj its roar almost1 have coi said he vwJ th brass builds but I never beforehave been askedto speak within the roar of a Laughter The water soon turned off and the Presi I hadsupposed that there were lim itations upon the freedom of this meeting both asto Boiesand myself up political suggestion of any sort was to be friendly concourse of American I think both of us have good cause forgrievance against for in terruptingwith jtis argument for cold juMorc Tbe President closedby once morethank ingthopeople for the his recep tiotb ami for and n most siecure social order bless ing of home never saw before as was hero and procession thismbrn been out Orie of tlie beautiful incidents parade to see tho President Hebowed hishead to the and voices were uplifted rill the old hyrnh forenoon the Coal Palace thoyiresidenco of The At cop uvjy VJ i w i t ii i cept in seqkingpopnlarity ii s profession al br Sen said that this false where upon Captain strong the Senators1 tee was ahle11 excited An ilrpniand VSessiort During large andVtbe President iric6mpelled to show h i mself aiid aybrk was of ten iwearisoThe teri full helped i h ini to believe th e gr e at m asses of the people hayenoother Interest CountySeat Fisrht Taken Into the Courts Idaho Oct to Bellovue won tho countyseat of Logan county by a majority of 294 yet the town of is loath TO glve up the boon and so today they applied to tho court for a restraining order to pre vent the canvassing the vote and declaring the result Saturday is the last day allowed the Commisslonors in which to canvass the returns of tho election and thoy had intended doing so on that day but this order from the court will prevent them They nre cited to appear ou the 2nd and show cause why a permanent injunction should not issue against declaring Kellevue the countyseat in accordance with the wish of a big majority of tho voters of Logan county This move is simply following out line of battle marked out for Shoshoue and will ultimately land tho case in the Supreme Court In the moantimo Bellevuo is not losing anysleep over the matter ITer peo ple know that they arc right aud they havo an abiding faith iu the final triumph of right They are willingto lot Shoshouo go ahead and spend all the money they can raise in a hopeless endeavor to controvert the will of the people as expressed at tho BOTH SIDES WIN THREE RECORDS 60 DOWN Hal Pointer Trots the Fastest ffilo Ever Made in a Race HE GOMES UNDER THE WIRE IN 34 Xclson Lowers Axtclls Fatnons Rec ord in Fastest Three Heats Ever Made in a Thousand Dollars in Pools QUEER PROCEEDINGS OP THE BOARD OF MISSIONS The Committee of Nine Denounce tho Methods of AdministrationFemale Ap plicants s Oct most interest ing paper to come before tho American Board and one which called forth acrimon ious debate was tho report of the committee of nine appointed a year ago to examine into the method of administration of the officials of the board in Boston especially the methods employed by the home secre taries in determining qualifications of can didates for the missionary field The chair man of the committee is Dr Walker of New York and associated with him aro others representing tho two great wings oZ the board but not extremists in sense The report made a detailed showing of tho finances board and compared what the board has received yearly for its work with what is given to other largo aonevo lent societies of tho Church Tho fig ures showed that whilo the contributions to those other bodies had boon increasing year by year as the Church grow thoro had been practically no increase in tho contributions to the American board a state of affairs the paper argued showing dissatisfaction in the churches ending in quarrels that havo come as a result of tho present system of administration The report which was a lengthy one was summed up in the form oi lesolutions at the conclusion that a com mittee on treasurers report be appointed by tho board at the annual meeting next previous to tho meeting at which tho com mittee is called ou to act that the urers report sen t as sppn as ready to eaQh member of the tbo bylaws bo amended to provide that the auditor shall annually employ au export in the examination of tbo treasurers ac counts thai there substantial increase of force employed by the board to bring the interests of its mission and tho cause it represents lefore the churches contributing to its support The resolutions further provide with refer enceto missionary appointments that ques tions one and two for candidates bo amended to Question are your views respecting each of the doctrines of Scripture cora molilv held by the churches sustaining this board In answering this question you may uso refer to any creeds ofac knowledged Oucfition you any views at varianoo with thesedoctrines or any views of church government which would prevent your cordial iooperaiion with the missionaries of the board Thesequestions beingso all ap plications for appointments shall bo made as now to the corresponding secretaries Their oommimieations shall be presented to the Prudential Committee In case tho committee desires further scrutiny in the theological opinion of candidates this ah interview with tho sbnimitteoas arbody orif this is not prac ticable with consisting in part of layineni At such examination tho doorsiSballbeopen for the presence of any nember of the board or personal friend of the candidates The debateon this a most an matedone Dr Joseph Cook opened th e attack onthe report and was replied to by Thenthe venerable Dr Thomp son of for many years chairman of ho Prudential1 Committee severely criti of tho committee of nine lirid took exceptions to the report as re iectihg against the Secretaries and Presl dentlal Committee i Dif Walker replied warmly that his com mitteehad evidence for tbe rbundithad had preferred to suppress it since Dr lad precipitated he would maice it jublic Hethen read a series re lady students in College who veto rejected as HAUTE Oct of tho fastest harness records In tho world is tho mark hung up today on the Terro Han to fastest stallion rooord tho fastest mile ever paced or trot ted in a race md the threefastest boats in a race and 2lo It was a perfect autumn day with gentlo blowing and tho track was very fast Tho attend ance was over The great attraction was the announce ment that Nelson would go to boat Axtolls time made over this track last fall After a warming up heat the groat stallion started to beat the record Tho llrst quarter was made in 32 tho half in tho throequarters in 1 Cheer after cheer went up as Nelson Hashed under tho wire in J4 Twotwentyfour trot SlOOO unfinished from won Kenwood sec ond Hary Nadeum third others ruled out Best time Edgewood stakes for fouryearolds won Mittu second Minnie Wilkcs third Alico Black fourth Best time Freeforall pacing race first B had cho pole Hal Pointer second followed by Adonis Pickaway and Doctor M Geers riding Hal Pointer did uot pursue his usual tactics but scored his horse up strong in a determination to win the heats From wire to wire Broncho and Pointer had it see sawing all the way At no time did tho tance of a neck separate them Never in a harness contest did two such animals fight it out Not a move of one but what was checked by the other Tho golcVings went locked under tho wire Pointer having it by a throat latch There was no need to hang out tho timo to onthuso tho crowd It waa wild in realization that the fastest mile in harness had been made The timo by quarters was 3IM The second heat was a repetition of the first with the except ion that at tho half Adonis broke and was distanced The third heat was war again and with the timo of rounded out tho three fast est heats over gone in harness Forty thousand dollars iu pools wore sold on this raccy Hal Pointer won B B ond Pickaway third Dr W fourth Time Twocighteen trot SJflOO Verias wonthe first heat Mocking Bird second and third Best time t Ijatcmia and Morris PaiJc LATONIA Oct fast Threeyear olds and upwards won Harry Wcedon second Pullman third Time Threeyearsold and upward mile and twenty won Eugenia sec ond Nina Archer therd Time Threeyearolds and and r won Hamlet second Verge DOr third Time Kirnball stakes twoyearolds six won ValJera second Sir s Aimer third Time Twoyearold maiden fillies four won Sarah second Mary Conroy third Time v Twoyearold maiden fillies four fur Mannetto won Bpsedalo4 second Edith L third Time PATIK Oct track was Inn miserable condition Threeyearoldsand upwards mile and a won Kaceland second Salvini Twoyearbids threequarters of a mile won Michael Second Lyntrlgnanto third Time v BeHe Mead handicap all ages mile arid a quarter two Lavinia Belle second Time Fashion stakes fillies twoyearoldg six Tosca won Cantantrica sec ond Fireworks Time Peyton Stakes threeyearold fillies mile and a Can Von Eeclare secohd Five won Syracuse second Mascotte filly third Time The English Races i LONDON Oct stakes two two and thirtyfive yards at Newmarket were won by Prince SoltykofEs fiveyearold horse Sheen Allr cap to second Judith third Twentytwo The Ohampion Stakes were won by Ant A CONSOLIDATION Representatives of tho Three zations in NEW YonK Octi a vast of lobbying and scurrying to and fro inthe hotels today A G Spaulding missionaries years ago was moatrunfortunateand Improper and Wcllcsley Col ege of missionary supply Secretary tlniu read a personai biniself and the existing jand criticising severely he committee of nine Membera5 of the comDiittee he debate by this time had grown so aerl monipus that it off After summar zqd to all except Dr Noble of Svho accepted the esplutlon prbtested any approval i the report itself and presented a resolu1 eiTect which was uo particular objection esult was presented Of Thus the curious an action and 0 IT Byrne representing the League William and Ohris Ahe for the AmericanAsr soclation and E B Talcott Wendell win and A of tho League constituting a conference teei went into session this evening and talked over baseball matters When the was said tbe bestof feeling prevailed hu6 each committee having such widely separ interests it was difficult1 to thing at this Another will be heldjDetpner 22nd and in the meantime no negotiations will be Entered Into witihrl any players Everybody seems to look to between the League Players of theBrItis Anieribatif sbbietiesC of V and steel im anuf lirers es Kltsbn 3residenjbyOt tli and sided dress Dhe u tu reof Jtlie Man u f b y Sir Gpyernfneiit shaltbe weli adTOinistered shall befilled c blic Deception and from to 9 Press irepresentatiyo few jespbn ding red f r OKI consider the cntainediseTXsr al hand redt pouads off JChis exploded rin some i atoms insists an d otbbr ind ustiies along the TidyA llBJErhen vxlversi t v i fciy1 Conrtc brred Dankhvreelkiujtro eemed tpcast report pf the nine Its methods while adopting unanimously all its practlcah suggestions seemed to have the had won a glorious Blown Aionas x 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