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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT OT ALL THE OTHER DAILIES CITY COMBINED THE JWOST EXTENSIVE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION XXXJLXKO 266 SALT LAKE CITY TTTAH3 SATURDAY MOBSTUJTG OCTOBEB 11 1890 PRICE FIVE OEKTS NEWS FRGfii THE The War Department Invites Bids for Coast Defense Guns THE CROP ESTIMATES FOR OCTOBER Commissioner GrofT of tho Office Makes His Annual jReport Over Eiphtocn Million Acres of Agricultural Lands Paten Niicional Banks Oct tor proposals aro issuer from tho War De partment under the provisions of the fortifi cation act hiKtaesslfiii for furnishing twenty eightInch fifty tonInch and twenty five twelveinch guna The advertisement that onefourth of those guns may bo ooiifitructod on tho Pacific Coast Tro liosals will be rfirrolvod until throo oclock ThurscKy December ifcth The bidders are notified that thn specifications will bo ready Jn a days and can be had upon It is apod lied that pro posals will mi received for six of the twelve Inch guns on the 1aclfio Coast TKK OKfiICK ftflKHlT The anjiual report of Commissioner of tho Oenerul Land OHlco GrotV shows tho num ber of agricultural Issued during tho fiscal yoar endw JOlh was 1 embracing acres against Issued Jn JB80 wlMi an aggregate area of Ofmineral arid rnlllsltc 1407 wero showing an increase In the year of 404 Of coal patents wore Is sued an jnoroiiso of 0 patents represent ing acres The State sohool selections aggregated acrOH The HOiocMcms for tho pre vious year aggregated only acres The acreage of swamp Janrls paiMited to tho several States during tho year was W5 Tiutro wece patented or certified under tho law for thebcimfitof railroad companies during tho year aoros This is a do for tho yeur of acres Tho total cash sales during the fiscal year woro acres Original homestftads timber culture State soleutlou of and swamp lands soloctioriH and othci of a miscellaneous charaqtor The Indian lands disposed of aggn acres milking a grand total of acres Tlio total cash receipts of the office fror various sources during the yvur wer OC this amount wa from cash sales 30 rthere wero final entries of all kind pending and at the close of tho fiscal yea 1800 there woro ponding showing dSenmso as compared with tho previous yea Of entries Kailroad selection amounting to acres woro pondln afc the close of the year an Increase ove the previous year of aoros Then wero also Oregon wagon road selection 1 ponding to the amount of ncros Tho ex fKirte mineral contests are In nr rears about two and h half years The con tost the quasi contests and ex part coaUontrles aro up to date The mileage oC land gyant constructed up to ttio close of th lust flsoul year miles have boon after examination ii the field of acres Jnoludlng Arizona acres OtUlforula Dakota Mori tana Nevada Now Mexico Utah Washington Florida 2flO Idaho Minnesota Nebraska Oregon Upon tho subject of forests of the public domain Uio Ooinmlssioiior finds that tho most valuable timber on the public lands Is being rapidly exhausted and tho laws re lating to tho subject are utterly inadequate to properly protect either the public forest from unlawful appropriation tho settlors Over were received timber depredations Provision should bo made for the legitimate procuring of tlmboi from public lands by mill men and lumber manufacturers for salo to tho oxtunt neces sary to supply tho community in tho location In which they operate with lumber and Bother timber pro ducts needed In thb settlement thereof hiit the exportation of public timber should bo prohibited and also a removal of timber from any of the reserved lands and from tho mountainous regions and other wood lands at or uoav the vicinity of the head waters or sources of tho streums which climatic economic or public reasons should bo hold permanently as forest reservoirs exceptions bolng made for settlors or minors for their personal necessities THIS CHOI ESTIMATES Tho October estimates of tho yield per noro for tho cereal crops computed by the Department of Agriculture are Winter wheat bushels per acre spring wheat wheat crop oats barley 21 rye Tho condition of corn is iri stead of last month Buckwheat instead of potatoes Instead of tobacco Instead of There is practically no change in the gen eral condition except a reduction of four points In potatoes aud rvn Increase of two points in tobacco Tho e Toot of the winter frosts upon wheat Is shown by tho lower rate of yield to have been severe Some of itho higher rates in thopdaolpal States are Now York Pennsylvania Ohio Michigan Illinois Missouri Kansas OalftoniK 12 Oregon 15 The crops inado a very low yield throughout the South where tho acreage is small Iu tho Ohio valley tho variation In yield In tho different counties as on farms in tho saiuo country extraordinary range from five to twenty five bushels an3 in extreme cases from ono j to thirty bushels One county in Illinois I claims tho best crops In yeairs and another poorer crops than expected Tho Dakota wheat yields varying from a bushel to twentyfive bushels made an avorago of nino bushels uor acre Minnesota rotunis twelve and Wisconsin twelve and bushels Tho estimated yield of oats of nineteen and eighttenths bushels which is lowest over reported probably reduces the aggregate jiToduct moro than two hun dred million bushels NEW NATIONAL RANKS The following National Banks are author ized to commence business First National Bankof Oentnilla capital Arizona National Bank Tucson capital NEW VOKKS The population of tho State of New York THE GOLD MINKS Report Prom the New Wyom ing Gold Fields SARATOOA via Fort Steele Oct to latest from Gold Hill twentythree miles from this place is to tho effect that the discov eries have not been exaggerated The fol lowing Is given by J L Beagle an old resi dent of Saratoga who has just returned from tho mines Tho road from Saratoga to Gold Hill Is now completed the ascent easy and no hills making it a practicable route at all times of tho year Gold hill the summit of tho range Is about three miles wide and five in length The surface does not show many leads Those aro found by prospecting A light fall of snow while I was thero prevented my swing much beyond the prospect holes There is no discount on tho Next year will soo tho largest camp at Geld Will ever witnessed In the United States But little moro can bo done this fall in tho way of prospecting Only assessment work will be done on many claims Six or eightloads will bo worked all winter Tho minus arelaylng in a sup ply of provisions und will build houses and sfnk Khjifts I would not bo surprised if this proved a veritable gold hill In earnest Sixty claims are taken tho miners feel rjtjlto confident Gold hill Is covered with large spricu trees adapted for lumber and tho miners aro hardly able to llnd timber small onoujrh for cabins Tho altitude Is about eleven thousand Tn my opinion this hill Is likely to prove to bo entirely com posed of cjuartx The peculiar formation of the rnouriuilri renders tho driving of tunnels an easy mattar Tho mining supplies are obtained at a short distance from the mines ami this is the only possible ap proach to these mines The minors of Gold Mill say H impossible to mako a road from any other AMONG THE JAYHAWKERS President Harrison Spends at Topeka a Day THIRTY THOUSAND VETERANS TURN OUT Tho President Enthusiastically Delivers a Stirring Speech on Patriotism and Obedi ence to the Ingalls Speaks thepeople had gained the honor they sought At 10 oclock tho President and party left for St Louis JUSTICE MILLER PARALYZED He Is The Tjogau County Sena toria Contest TJorsw CITY Idaho Oct to of incorporation for tho Nnmpa Building and Construction Com pany wore filed yesterday The object of the company IH tho erection of buildings for easing buying and soling real estate Tho yapltal is Till1 COUNTY RICAT WAR Tho people of Logan county aro in a mud die over their county scat matters Ai tho last election liollovuo gained the county scat by an overwhelming vote On a tech nicality tho people of the present county neat have Issued an injunction to prevent counting tho vote giving the county seat to Boliovue They are expected to Hhow cause why tho county seat should not remain at Ttollevuo It promises to be a long and hitter war THE SENATORIAL FIOTtT Hon W T McDonnell In the city Ho expressed himself quite confidently of being ono the Senators from tho now State Some say ir will bo Dubois and Shoup Others Dubols and McDonnell The tight promises to bo an Interesting one It is reported thnt William H Olaggott will noliuiako much of a ho Is conceded to bo an able man Oct President arose early this morning and when St Joseph was approached he and his party had only time to hastily take a cup of coffee be fore on tori ng tho oity At the Union Depot an immense crowd was assembled Con spicious In the assemblage was Ouster Post of the Grand Army of the Republic which was drawn upin lino made a passage way for the President and actedas his escort until a neighboring hotel was reached where a public reception was held As the President and Secretary Tracy appeared on tho balcony in front of tho hotel Colonel A G Dowos general passenger agent of the Hannibal St Joseph railroad introduced them in a short speech which was received with chems by the crowd Tho President thanked tho crowd for its cordial welcome In tho course of his re marks ho said Many years I rond of St Josoph I know pomrMhins of Us history whan ins toad of bfting 11 rsiilroiid it wis for onIfiUing slow and toilsome Mint bore tho parly pinncws touimls California and far Thosfi lays dnys not to ho Tlinyo moans of com rrni mention wnrn slow hut thov lion moii and womon full of courage anrl jmtinnco do lor UK on tho Pacific Coast anil in tho gront a work of pcaciifnl cumrinost thai has iiddocl STuily to tlio glorv uiui jmwpority of our coun try Aincriciin citiioiis not us purti Wo nro here as of Into war or if them IIK thosn nho iirulor other banner fniitflil for ichal soomod to Uiem wo irn tioro to say one and nil thaiGod what was howl for this countrv whcn ho cast tint issuo in favor of tho Union and tho Constitution Ap plause A Board of Missions Report JUrNNKATQTyrs Oct American Board of Com missionary for Foreign Missions this morning listonod to tho report of tine oommHttco of thirteen on organization This committee has been at work three years trying at tho pplnion of the Congrega tional Ohurohoa at largo as to whether a oluirgo in tho form of tho Boards organiza tion so as to make it more democratic and is advisable Tho commlt tcB while admitting that its efforts in this dirootion aro somewhat unsatisfactory reo ornmonds that no change bo made Adopted Lincolns Cabin at Chicago Oct special to tho American from Danville says A com mlttco from Chicago in tho interest of tho Worlds visited Washington county nour horo this week and bought of Henry Kood the log on bin in wMchAbralinm Lin coln lived when a boy and where his father was married to Hanks the certificate there yet in tho county clerks onicb The price this his toric relic was S1000 and lt will bo taken clown and erected ou a prominent sito at tho Worlds Fair is of 81MVM3 per OBJECTED TO A COON CO Railway Men Made n Mistake in i Drawing the Color Line ST trouble which lately thoHouston Texas Central growing out of tho refusal of Iveceiver IllJngbjirn to discharge has been satisfactorily settled after ft long consultation with the railroad officials tho Hallway Km Pederaitioh concluded that the strikers had nrxd that tho lino jraade an iftsue ancl i after part of Rcceivor Dil roin 1 to Oct renoinSnated JVluyor Receiver lor a Car Company a Oct Indianapolis Car and Manufacturing Company was placed in tho hands oC a rocolvor this after noon JohnxVoorhoes tho purchasing agent of tho company llled an action alleging that ho holds tho note for past duo Ho claims ohat tho company is having dobts amounting to 000 but Tho officials of the company say that with time and ju dicious management they cau pull through ill A Worlds Pair Appointment OriiOAGO Oct Worlds Fair Di rootors are getting ready to work on the building plans Elbort K Jaycox or many years con nooted with the Chicago Northwestern assoagor Department has becu appointed Prafflo Managor of tho Worlds Fair at a alary of The Now York Irish Tickled NKW YORK intelligence hat Oltrlon and Dillon had succeeded in soapuiK wns toboivod with joy by the Irish n this city Last night tho leaders ro olved the knowledge that OBrien and wont from Dublin to Havre whore a HamburgAmerican vessel Tio Patriotic Sons BOSTON Oct Patriotic Sons of Ainerlea today changed their constitution to raako only wliito native born cltixions oligi blo for membership A new military degree was adopted An Old Veteran Dies MOONT Oct roterFostor the oldest member of the Grand Army died hero last night Howas OR years of age and fought in the war of 1S12 tho Mexican war aud tho Olvll Against To thdbo who Avatoh the current of liunrnn life there are some things wliioh are as straugo as they are inexplicable For iustancp there is the thing known as The Vgood doctors who deny oaoh other riglvb to an nounce their wisdom in the oolurans of are never aggrieved if the m on tldns certain deods of theirs with Thus lot a doctor cut off some ones leg with un expected eclat and the chances rire that the doctor will fall over himself in his haste to got a meixtlotv of it iu the daily paper let him in larger type caps ithat ho winner tackles measles and tlve association falls on tooth and nail and makes life a burden to again en the lot young dootor of Svbom no and to a favorable in the iwpuld of benefit v untlertalyb At the conclusion of the Presidents re marks tho party returned to the rotunda of tho depot President shook luinrls with tho crowd as they illod tlirough At 1ho train pulled out St Joseph amid tho cheering of the crowd Tho run to AtchiHon was made without incident be yond the cheers of crowds at the depots as tho train wont by Atchison was reached at whore a large crowd assembled TorBKA Oct The President was almost burled in flowers at Atchison Hhowerod upon him by school children A brief stop was made at several other points aud Topeka was reached at HECEIVED BV SENATOR INQALtS Senator Ingalls party and Governor Humphrey escorted them to State House where they reviewed on nionso parade which was over two hours in getting by It was composed of United States Fort LeavpnwprDh State militia tho Grand Army and Sons of Vet erans Tho Kansas R are Jiolding a reunion hero and there were nearly thirty thousand veterans iu line They kept up a frantic cheering as they passed the Presi dent Quito a number of them wore old Indlanlaus and members of the Presidents brigade When ho recognized many of them arid called thorn by name the enthusiasm know no bounds After lunch tho President received many State and city officials and prominent citizens The party then pro ceeded to the Fair grounds where Governor Humphrey delivered an address of welcome Tho President responded at considerable the Governor and citizens of Kansas for their generous welcome and expressed gratification at the evidences of prosperity on every hand To tho old veterans ho said that he was more pleased than ho could express to see so many of them hoped many yearsmight crown the brave defendorsof the Union Tho President further said Who can look upon this vast army pf soldiers who fought to a victoriousconsummation the war for tho Union without bowing his head and heart in grateful reverence Great Whocau look upon these sons of veterans springing from patriot ancestry full of tho spirit of and coming into the vigorand strength of manhood to take up the burdens that we must soon lay down and who turning from these to the sweet faced children whose Kands arc filled with flowers and flags can fail to feel that these institutions of libertyarc safe for two gen orations at least Great The future is safe if we are but true tooursolvos true to those children whose instruction is committed to us There is foe that can at allob struct except treason in our to the groat funda mental principle of our Government which is obedience to The law the will of tho in orderly con stitutional methods isthe only king to which we bow but to him all must Letit be understood iu all your that selfish inter oat of individual no class interests shall be permitted to assert their convenience agaiust the and This is good American doctrine and If it can bo made to prevail in all the States of the Union until every man who is secure under the law in his own right is compelled law to yield to every other ttian his rights nothing can shake par re poso Thero is in and I think it because advantages are too groat of dlappointment in returns should not make yoti of the future or tamper with unsafe expedients Life is made up of think yours will show a good of Good Let iisjoolcforward with hope good and patriotic love for the flag Kansas andher people prosperous Senator IVITH KANSAS CITY trainarrivedjrliertv otlior distinguished gentlemen commit toes Presidentandparty were driven n cl at and fi a ally taken to the Coats a President Secretary John tne Presideutial of yisit the Conscious but in a Very Critical Condition Oct afternoon Justice Samuel F Miller of the Supreme Court of the United States was stricken with paralysis and Is now in a serious con dition although ho is resting comfortably and his mind is clear lie was re turn In from the Supreme when with in sight of his residence was seen to stagger and frill His servant John Woodford who saw him quickly got him home and Doctors Cook and Lincoln wore soon in at tendance They found that the left side of the Justice was paralyzed but he is still able to recognize those about him Dr Lincoln has just left Justice Miller He says the Justices condition is not nearly so favorable as it was two hours ago and the case is now very serious JudgeMiller has been suffering nearly all summer from an attack of dysentery but at no time was the illness severe enough to prevent him from attending to his judicial duties while on his court circuit in the West He returned to Washington last week feeling much bettor though somewhat weak This morning he was fooling unusu ally well In telling Mrs Miller oC his fall he said he felfc his knee giving away from urider him and his legs folt so heavy that he could hardly lift them Thinking it was a sudden retmjn of the rheumatism he often befpro folt ho another cllort to stop forward and as ho did so either tripped on tho cat track or slipped and fell forward on li Iff face and left side and arm at the same time cutting his forehead slightly antio causing an abrasion of skin on his nose John Wood ford the Justices servant was standing in tho door at the time and saw him fall He immediately ran to his assist ance and with the help of somo bystanders raised the Judge to his feet and placing him in a cab soon convoyed him to his home An improvised stretcher was bought out and thong the protested against be ing placed on it as he said ho felt perfectly able with assistance to waJk lie at Jast consented and was talcun genily up the ter race loading to tho house and into the ojllcc on the first floor In the meantime Mrs Miller who was out visiting arrived and Hading the Judge down stairs Immediately had hi mremoved to his room on tho second floor though the change was made unwillingly onhis part as he insisted thai ho ivis only slightly weak and would pro Cor having dinner down in his office rather hi his bed room When tho Justices bedroom was reached he jocosely remarked Just place the stretcheralongsido on the Dr Cook who lives two doors away was called in and Dr Lincoln sent foy and ad minisiercd slight restoratives and after an examination found a partial paral ysis of the left side from tho arm down Tho numbness in tho arm has now partially dis appeared At 1 oclock this Saturday morning it Is stated that the Justice is rest ing quietly and the family thought him little better A RANCHER SHOT DOWN IRISH ON THE UNDERGROUND OBrien and Dillon Mysteriously Dis appear From Tipperary BELIEVED TO HAVE FLED THE COUNTRY Balfbnrs Watchdogs Canjjht Nap Nationalists Believed to Have Sailed for America The Siberian Road to Bo Foreign News a TRAGIC TERMINATION OF AN IDAHO LAND A Minnesota Sqnatter Riddled WithlUil Alabama Fiend Poisons His Negro Murderer Borsrc OITV Opt to Kohn rode furiously into town thismorning with the word that Ross Hutch Ins a rancher living about ten miles from town was fatally shot by one Jeo nings over a disputed land claim Hutchina took up a claim and lived on when Jennings contested his Tho two met about three weeks some hard words when Hutchins three times but mlssedhim About 8 p m today Jennings rode up to Eutchlnss cabin Mrs Jennings went to the door and asked Huiichins tocome out saying that her htasband wanted to He came out of the bouse and started to wards Jennings and when within about five foot of him Jennings opened fire and fell Attempting to rise Jen nings fired again This shot did the work Sheriff Bobbins started immediately for the scene of the murder but has hot yqt returned It was a coldblooded deliberj ate murder AITTEB THE rioBSETHrEVEs The people of Alfcuras county are greatly exorcised over the operations of horse and cattle thieves now operating on Cam as prairie officers on thelr Riddled Witli Bullets MINNEAPOLIS iron range near Kcpublic Alexander Bar tloseri a squatter son were found dead today with John NeilliSj who and had has disappeared Oct case against OBrien and Dillon charged with inciting tenants not to pay rents was again called this morning Neither of the defendants were present Both were members of the committee appointed at the conference of Irish Nationalists in Dublin to visit America for the purpose of soliciting aid for tho Nationalist cause A rumor is current that they forfeited their bail each in the conspiracy case and sailed yesterday from Queenstowu for the United States Much excitement prevailed in Tipperary when it become known that OBrien and Dillon had abandoned the defense and left the place Confirmation of tho rumor that they have left the noun cry is received There is no however of the report thai they sailed from Queenstown yesterday for the United States Tho in formation thus far received shows that they did not leave by the ordinary channels of passage Their bail will bo escheated aud by the National League At the request of the counsel for the j crown a court certificate of nonappearance was attached to tho bail bonds of Dillon and OBrien An adjournment was then taken to enable the crown to consider what steps should be taken Warrants have been issued for tho arrest of tho missing Nationalists The steamship companies know nothing of the Nothing is known boxvn or Moville of their whereabouts A correspondent of OBriens paper tlje Free nans Journal sailed from Queoustown yes terday on the City of and it is houfvht that Dillon and OBrien may bo aboard the same vessel Detectives have warded all outgoing steamers and searched in vain for tho men They are convinced are already on their way to America It is possible that they sailed on a yacht and boarded the steamer outside of Queens town LONDON IJB15SS COMMENTS LONDON Oct dispatch to tho from Tipperary says Though shadowed as never shadowed before they joined a liner by tho aid of a friendly craft and are now well on their way to New York It is impossible to convey any idea of tho of delight The News iu an editorial compares tho escape of Dillon and OBrien to the mar velous escapes of and says they will be received in America as Kossuth and other patriots escaping from continental oppressions have been received The News If the League are empty as its enemies boast Balfours blundering will soon replenish Tho Chronicle says The inference is that the Government for some reason not desire to keep them in the country otherwise they could not have escaped tho vigilance of the police The stage is now left to obscure performers and Balfour may ring down tho OConnors paper the Star Dillon and OBrien went to Waterford and from there to Havre oh Wednesday and pro ceeded from the latter port to New DENVER STRIKE ENDED An Unconditional Surrender by the TJ P Switchmen DENVER Oct to TRIB Union Pacific switchmen who have been on a strike for throe weoks held a meeting this afternoon and adopted a resolution to the effect that having failed In their purpose a committee of union switchmen bo appointed to confer with tho Union Pacific management and make the best settlement of the difficulty possible Tho committee called upon Gon enil Manager Meek this evening aud offered an unconditional surrender and requested that the men be taken back Mr Meek in formed them that ho could not take them all back at onco but would do so as fast as they wore needed This was satisfactory and thirty will return to work tomorrow morning Tho company now has complete and unquestioned control of the yards THE TEAM RECORD BROKEN Belle flamlin and Jastina ill Do It TERRE TRACK MADE FAMOUS The Races at 0atonia and Morris of Blood oil Kenwood Brings Base ball Conferen co and Association Games ADAMS WESTWARD BOUND The Union Pacific President on a Tour of Inspection OMAHA Oct TKIH flag at the Union Pacific head quarters wns raised today in honor of tho arrival of President Adams Mr A dams told a reporter that his trip was purely ono of inspection arid that he intondod to make a special examination of the Union Pacilic extension in tho PugRt Sound country lie will leave next Monday morning His sons Charles Francs Adams aud George C Adams aro accompanying him NO MOKK CHAMPAGNE The Siberian Road ST PETERSBURG Oct JVouoc Vrcmya says the Kussian Government will immediately begin the construction of the Siberian railway It comments on tho strat egic and commercial importance of the new railway which it says will induce closer relations between Russia and America by Pacificroutes The Sluggers LONDON Oct case of Frank Slavin and Joe McAuliffe the pugilists charged with taking part in tberecent fight at the Ormonde Club came up in the Lambeth Police Court today The court committed theni for tria for in a coiamoa prizefight Maiflame Bonnels Sentence NANCY Oct Bonnel In whose possession was found plans of the de lanses of and who confessed that she was spy was sentenced to five yearsimprisonment and fined francs On the expiration of the term she exiled from France forten An Lloyd poisoned his iwife children tbi morning and fled Oho the children is dead and are condi tion Itis said Lloyd has another in v N 0 Steve Jacobs a notorious negro desperadp was today at Lumbertoh for three women near there several months ago THE CONFERENCE A Set of Resolutions on the ment of the Indian Question sess ion of th e Ind Ian Conf er en ce i6d ayva letter was ffoote vp visit tofthe Mis siqn Indians t of ari cl xi rKeshCprigress the and advertising on like tliQ loohttbis of ipicli On this piTiicinle aro dead guy by it k ind word t ii isis ad ver r tinHsh doos not get Toledo Presicl pril j an excusing he hoped all b rotn o th en tj w ve ja nn i apprppraatibns the reinpval Gladstone Deplores the Tariff LONDON Qct a query about the u his eyes it is a deplorable error attended vithsevere and cruel consequences to many persons He will speak about it in Midlo thian Portugals Paesive LISBON Oct reported that Por tuguese fprmed a lipe across the mputh of the Zambesi river and will offer apassive resistanceto the passage of the English up the I i i Daughter Married Oct a daughter of Dumas younger married Viscount Meissonier Palevy Sardou and Claroti were nmong the vweddirig guests Albani Gounods Aye Abandon Her Mission v la that SisterAEpseGertrQd about the Hawaiian lepers and rer Tho Alarm Over It Be Stamped Tf one wore to believo tho sonsatSonal statements of sundry Paris correspond tho vineyards are on tho eve of being destroyed by ho Phylloxera tatHx and iji another year or two there will be no more champagne Of course thero will always bo plenty of sujirkling wino for any wine bo so as to be rendered but between genuine champagne and tho ordinary vin there exists even a greater dif ference than between a water which nature herself with carbonic acid gas and a water whoso sparkling properties aro due entirely to artificial moans True cham pagne owes its effervescence to its own sac charine hence its superiority as a beverage and its value as a tonic in cases of neural gia nausea and influenza Must the gour met then indeed bid it farewell Tho fol lowing facts and figures derived from re liable sources will throw somo light ou the the matter Tho champagne vineyards yield on an average nearly gallons of wine every year Only a portion of this is con verted into vtn mousscuw the inferior growths supplying ordinary table wino for the inhabitants of the district except in years of great scarcity when they are util ized by some of tho shippers At tho present time thero are about bottles of sparkling cham pagne in the collars of the shipping who moreover hold a stock of over gallons of wine in The annual sales however average 000 bottles so thjiA tho stocks in hand largo as they mayseem only represent between four and voyears consumption If there fore tho champagne vineyards were on the point of being annihilated the wine might become altogether unobtainable either for love or money before tho close of the cen But it is by no means certain that the vineyards are about to be destroyed Wo have been told times without number that there would soon be no more cognac brandy the phylloxera having rente and tho stocks of tillers exhausted Statements to this effect emanating from our conSular agents havebeen printed in blue books and largely quoted by the newspaper press But events have failed to confirm these asser tions No one can deny the serious ravages of the phylloxera in the Charcnte vine yards but the latter have been largely re planted and are now steadily recovering for during the last few years they have yielded at each vintage an average gallons of wine the whole of which has been converted into brandy There is thereforeno likeliuood pf the supply of cognac failing though of a well jcatured spirit is now more expensive than it was old days In a like depredations of tho phylloxera have been stayed One need toward the official statistics issued by the French government to see that the Medoc vintages of 1888 and 1883 were among the mostplentifuTbn record The success which has attended the ef forts of Medoc and Charente vine growers jvill probably wait upon the efforts now being made in the champaguecpnntry The houses aro extremely wealthy They have not spent all their millions In supporting General Boulangcr and one that they will render pecuniary assitance to the proprietors the The vine yards are about acres in exr tent and more than 5000 acres are owned shipping rvineland being1 in the hands of comparatively small growers The task TERRE HAUTE Sept record was broken at last day of tho meeting of the Terro Haute Trotting Asso ciation Tho attendance was largo and the weather perfect As announced Bella Hamiin with Txistina as marc woro promptly brought out on time to be driven by W J Andrews against the worlds record After scoring several times to tho Jiang of thorn having nover beforo driven thorn together Jrmvs nodded for the work Tho quarter polo was roaehod hi 34 seconds the half In 1 OjiJo and the in 1 12 In tho last quarter tho speod is increased and without a or a wabble mile Is dono strong iu Tho second worlds rocord and fifth of week was average for forty tlirec hoats iu tho class of of trot purse unfinished from Bird won Vorl tas second Hendry third Host iltno won three straight heats as ho pleased Tn the third he lowered his record throoquactorsoC a second Ketch wns socoud and Dick Smith third Best time Twotwoutyeighltrot ptirso Thompson won Limestono socoud Margaret third Spcodaway fourth Best time Pwotwentyfivc pace purse won Frrtnk E second Nellie third Glendenis fourth Best time LATONIA Oci Whoatley won Tom Jones second Ina D third Time Mile aud a won Jubilee second Mamie Ponso third Time and seventy Chief won IJopeful second Meadow Brook third Time won Edgcmonte second Mario third Time Two and a half won Chimney second Yalo 91 third Time PARK Oct furlongs Punster won Dr ITclninth second Costa Rica third Time Palo Alto handicap for twoyearolds sfx Prince won Early Bios som second Hoodlum third Time Pairvlevr lightweight handicap mile and a won Stockton second Cousin J corns third Time Dixiana handicap six W Cook won Volunteer second Belle DOr third Time won Annie Bbleyn gfelding second Parametta third Time won Bost Boj second Balgowan third TJmo OVERLAND PARK 11 ACES An arrested the of contending phylloxera 5s expensive one but it Is so in terest to support tho growers that whatever funds toay prove necessary will certainly be forthcoming syn dicates and are already at the entire of Marne is being j organized in view of offering an energetic retistance to the scourge The real champagne it should be to the department of the Marne and phylloxera has not been found in any one of them But it has been detected at Trelou in the AJsne within 500 yards of the border of the Marne and it which has caused the panic There aje numerous extensive nurseries at Trclpup whence the growers pf h aye for pan y r years been ace u si om ed to obtainybung vines siichrplants in their own vineyards that were bripast a is thought probable the young j yicespurchased at TreloupduJlng the last it qi twoivetmlonths disseroinated the s the the riyer arid nibiihtairi even and Exciting Jockey Injured Oct to The weather today was Hue for racing and consequently the crowd at Overland Park to witness yesterdays postponed races this afternoon was very During the ex eroisiug of the horses this momini Jesse slipped and fell throw ing ICobert Klemer his driver from the driver was thrown nearly twenty feet He was carried to the club house in an unconscious condition the blood flowing from an ugly cut in the fore head He recovered consciousness later Tho horse was not hurt First race purse SSOOJ pacing claw Blonde Hermitage E Eberway Tho flrst beat was won way E W HermitaTgo Time The second beat was won by Blonde Eberway second Time la the third heat Blonde won Eberway eeo ond Time Running purse for all ages oneand oneeighth mile starters Minnip Elklris Dick Alright Tom Daly and Justice Jus tico won first money Minnie Elkins second Tom Daly third The third race was the most exciting of the day It was the South Park sweepstakes for threeyearbids SfiOO The flyers start Ollie Benjamin Guido Governor and Laundest The race Guido with Governor Adams a close second Time The fourth the Stmr less Lucy Bertie M It was won by Lucy Abbott v in A Blooded Bbrse Sale NEW YORK Oct lings and horses In were Morris Park today The star of the sale Kenwood by Falsetto who from F Madden V Bluo werit to Bradford by Imp B Jennings for S3025 Folspm to Madden for other good The BasebaiJ Conference NEW cpnferepcevof vv the baseball leagues today f meet 22nd of f eren ce com mi ttee will bo roceiy Spauld5 ing thought that some satisfactory of the i nies will at the present season it im certaintyon the autu nn arllpnewJll May sthi cii or j no t i j 7 Mean ti m all precau i JbeV research i of brought OIL Old Battle Grounds e The Norf quite that twoleag formed The Ajueriiean Association 3 Ooti At BralawdU Mi tpd ay two pommercIalHotel Pioneer ;