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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah f THE MOST EXTENSIVE BEST ADYERT1SIM MEDIUM IH TllK I ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION VOX Oo 2 4 swTPKQQ UidihLoji Many Indignities Inflicted on to PortugueseSonareh THE REVOLUTIONISTS ABE RAMPANT A Portutfucso Ounlioat Said to Hnvo Hunk Jly MlX London Workinon Juvtxni The TippovJiry TriJtla Porclga NCIVH Orr Dinimtfn from in Y Diciu is runiiini ii intd of us pliim wh tuiH ciiintry for 1 ftrlllsh loan Is vitiX ii il i J lii IVI V t I t CIRCULATJON EXCEEDING THAT OF ELTHS OTHER DAILIES IX CITY COMBINED SALT LAKE UTAH TUESDAY MOBKI3TG3 OCTOBER 14 1890 PBICE CJEKTS i clrcss tho Italian Socialists WHS also 1 road flcrr Bchol reported tho solidarity of tho party gifmlly iiicnasftd since the Socialist OoiiKifss heir In Paris Tho party now 101 trade organs which had i i Thfrn wan a stormy discussion oror tho rural propaganda Herr Bernard rlroiiMcd thai tho Berlin Socialists were op posed tho noasnrtH favored hy tho I treniistK Urlkiihurgcrdennimcnd norner j as a and said ho wan 1 prepared to provft that Werner was disloyal to UIH Uohknooht and Basnl de unarchlsir und violence Singer justified tho nmftiMate course adopted In the on Ia5t May day and de frrKlcd his In voting with the Llh A of the spcakeis supported Uu party against tho Berlin opposi tion Tho at todays session was rMiirmnui Komral opinion thai the has finally routed Another British Mutiny LONDON Oct haeibeen another miitinoiH umonK the Kngllsh I rrnops this time in the rank nf tho East i Surrey stationed on tho Island of Cncinscy The troulilM trosu i of liie regiment bring ordered mM rrfusfd to prepare for i ilnlr the i of the As things were ijjMtmIni thrruummg cispont recalci ins disarmed Finally however ull but in a very sulky and men acing mm is DEAD mother UHVU IMrrmca Kusliiud until affairs In ar i i Ourcn Jar to stay ly fiTfUJMNH HKWS KltiM JMUICA Ot Tho TiroV lYIfinrurns fruru a Man and two This news part of thn Minivers U assist vhlUid ni M dotliii ii w 11 KngliiiKl With Krw THIS Thn Harlmrlsm oC the prosecutor tl by tljo m and wiw rtHtismil lotn KiUur OMuhonoy nf is III Wife itwlll Impossible for him o trnl It was showo that will smh will bo su i thmwrh Tho Town ImsrmHor Uoimn ro of limns b V H Oninn of thtt cutuiMil for Mm lii ftjralnsl knnuris us David nun of tho lUMnstd do nouruusd UK harharnus rnnmiir In wtUnli tho drown wiis tho Fiotinn askod an adjouriunmit niorrow whon Crown would siiffRost a wiMild nnahlo tinroiirt to pro nod In spitoof of Dillon to of tno ad by his J K Uedmond Tho Hunch atutodud to Komina rniuost A IjONION HOIlKOTt Six Persons liurncd to Dontli and Got The fourstory building on Mkluic stroct hy Rowley Urock hat cup atid liulniot rnanufiiotiirorp and oontniotors for military ImadRiar was Mils Six iKjfsous woro hiirniMl to diath and thlrtcon rttTloiisly inlunMl Tho ilro brolco out In tho workshops on tho uppop lloor Thirty poir sons wonIn tho huildinn Two rulniitCH after tho Ilro was discovered tho wholn ImUdliiK was i mass of tlamos which spread so rapidly that tho found ovory avtMiuo of escapo windowa out oil Through thoso somo Jumped to tho ground fclvo wonion unployid wore by jumping from tho windows thoso in tho found hy tho stulrwnys cut o IT thorn was a scono of wild confusion SovonU of tho mono cool hoadud of the uiipur rooins pvo curod phuos of shooting which they tloil jojottior and ono oml fast in tho rooms throw tho Ininrovisod tho windows and by this moans dusoendod In somo Instanoos howovor through tho iclont of tho or tho hur rlod mailer in whioli tho knots were tied tho shoiii parted those who wort nR to ojicapo the llfttnos woro proclpl to tho ground and badly Injured Pan TH The Bishop of London today performed a special rocotisocratinn service in St thw from tlm dflilemciit caused by the uiMe occiirnsd In tho historical bnildiii SepUrmbHr MTth According to old tlm of human blood in a dcilicittod to od deprives tho building of the sac rod which can only bo restored by n eoiisecratloii Kiots SYOXKV Oct Great excitement was raiised Inday ivy I ho arrival of a lariro party of iiDMiinion men who landed from a to to work at tho Coal Ml ille minus The unionists took possession nf tim ntsd refused to allow tho non unionists to to work Many scuffles took place between them Trouble Is feared and the police and military are hold in readiness Efforts Itoliijur MnCIo Kcop Them Out otBlischicr LONPOM Oct 13 TlMTJONE Chrnniclc At a con fororico of and members of tho trade and labor London to consider tho prosont condition of labor and to discuss measures for the rollof of tho un employed during the cominp win tor it wiis stated that tho number 01 wiis groator than gonorully supposed and that distress would bo vory spvoro tho win tor months unless somothlnp practical hi iho way of rolloC should boacoompllshod Afiprolienskm was silso lost tho distress micjbt bo takon julvnntajroof by fho Socialists for tho pnrposo of riot and dls ordor To provont this a workmens coiii inlttoo was appointed to orsanixo tho un xMiiployod to tho Ioal scivorntssont board on the subjoot of oommoHcinKpnblc works to dissuade men out of work from to thv advances oC unprincipled ftKltatorc ON THI3 XAMBESt A Gunboat Sakl to Have Been Sunk LISBON Oct lt ConiUotlnsi reports nro received rejrardlnR tho situation of affairs at the mouth of tho river One re port alloiiOH that ono of tho British stern wheel nn boats ftttompted to pass up tho rlvor to provcnt which a Hue of Portuguese gunboats been anchored across tho of the rlvor with fnstructhms to pns sivoly resist tho passafie of tho British vessels and That she ran down and sauk ono of tho Portuguese war ships Another port sftvs thoBvitlsh punboats have not yet started front Zanzibar Oct Tho omdals at tho Ad miralty and Foreign Ortlre discredit tho re port that a British gunboat ran Into and n TOTtuguoso gursitoat at tho the 7inmhcsl river H SOCIALIST CONGKESS A Goncrnl honitjuof tho Party Tloported V Stormy KALUE Oct 13 At todays session of tho Socialist Congress Horr Slngor address in which ho pointed out that tibo attho Congress of Dciogfttos from Paris London Copenhagen Warsaw tho Ilaguo and1 SWOK hoirn carried out the prediction of JlnrXjto tho effect that tho pjolotarlana all countries would eventually unite to fulfVlltlio missions of Socialism and o Toot the llbejft tion of senorinx Humanity Letters expressive of sympathy wlthtbo objects of the Congress were read from American Austrian Swiss Frohch jvncli English Socialist motion of tho workmens old Spain Will llo MAiutin Oct is announced that ho iovornmont will roquost the United admit tho products of tho Spanish pussosslons in tho West Indies es pidaliy tnbacfo and without tho ro eentlv Imposed tariiT In tho event of refusing Spain will oxcludo Amorl produots ospoeially hroadslulTs Mrs OConnor JH Insano Ost Mrsu OConnor wife nf ArthurOComior mombor of tho House of Oommonrt who was round yesterday uncon scious with bur thisb brokon rooelvocl her Iniiirles in an uttomptv to oommlt sxtlcido fUio is insane now and in uu asylum Hot condition Is critical Punisljoil tho Natives IMAUKflo Oct An ofttcial dispatch from tho expedition scut by tho Spanish to toiuipo pu n Ish tho natives for the massacre of Spanish says tho Span iards canled everything beforo thorn Their loss wassivon killed and uinotooa woundod Tho natives lost 150 A Father Matthew Parade DUBLIN Oct A procession numboring SO 000 peoplo marched through tho stroots In honor of memory of Father Mattliow tho apostle of tornporanoo Tho Lord JMnyor mombors of tho corporation and various trade and temperance societies wuro In tho procession HollmulH Sick THE HAOIIK Oct Tho physicians at tending tbo Vlolbind had a consul tation today two Cabinet Ministers whon it wasdoolded that tho condition of tho Kins rendered him itndt to roign Mrs Booths Funeral LONDON pot Tho momorlal services for tho lato Mrs Hooth wife of General ooth of the Salvation Army wore bold to day at tho Olympla in Hammersmith Seventyfive thousand persons wero present pHUm and OBrien in Franco LONDON Oct Paris correspondent of tho Chronicle says private telegrams state that Pillon und UMrien lauded ontho coast of Brittany and are Journey lup to Paris BALFOUR OUTWITTED HOW THE IRISH DTSAH Dotormluntlon to Trovont tlio Trip to America it All Patrick GUI TalJca NKW YOUK Oct Dlspatoh Ban Ohrfmicle Tatrlek Gill the iirst of tho five represen tative Irish Nationalist party who expect to plead Irelands caviso In America landed from tho Galon lino steamer which arrived from Queenstown yesterday lie proceeded to tho Fifth Avenue Hotel freely regard ing thslrlsh situution and particularly ro cafdliiK ho action of tho Irish loaders William OBrien and John Dillon 1 am I may say the first Installment of tho Irish Parliarnentiiry party who are coming to this country tho Irish begun Mr Gill Originally it was intended the entire party should come on tho Teutonic on October IsrTho arrest of Dillon and OBrien prevruited so wu were obliged to take dilVeront steamers As It Is Timothy Harrington and T Sul livan will follow Dillon and OBrien I can not say positively when any of thcriv will arrive It soemed probable that Dillon tind OUrien left Dublin on a yacht belonging to Wllliam Murphyan Irish Member oE Parlia ment with tbo Intention of catching tho steamer La Boiirgoyne at Havre This I iuu ssf failed to do but they will come ousome other steamer It was oxpecUu that tho trials of Dillonand would end last week or at the very Intttst this week The plan wsis when the trial onded to appeal ir not with any hope of lighter sentences but to gain time Iend inc a dicblon of this appeal which could not possibly be heard under two it was their intention to cometo A modes and fill their engagements here On hist Friday week however it was learned byT M that Balfours In tention WHS to delay the trial longus pos sible and probably until after Christmas Tlie counsel for the defense urged aspeedy trial and adjournment Invrain There were no less than 200 summons served duriug this strucglo was then discovered that Intention was feo finally sentence the pnera under the act of King Edwird which possibility of an appeal and throw Dillon aud GBrlen into prison for period The BaUoui1 was making every enort to prevent theAnierloan visit loaders decided to checkmate this and they have simply carried out a plan which to fill their en gagements In Amerloavand thenreturn and suffer imprisonment Tt is aHfpklqrol to fur ro OBrien as They are cioUig noUiing of the u know very well that the moment foot ihey SviUbo arrested only is to aiul carry outthoir The Distinguished Jurist Finally Summoned to the Sreat Beyond A BRIEF BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH The Remains to Be Talcen to Bclknap ExSecretary of War Dies Suddenly of Heart Action of the War Department WASHINGTON Got Justice Miller died nt oiRht minutes of 11 oclock with out a simple and apparcnUy without pain A fow minutes beforeho died the phlegm in his throat anourniilaled and his framn Irwas evident Cbfit tho nul was fust approanhlng and tho members of his household who wore not In the room WCMI hastily suinnioucd to his bedside Mrs Wilier and herson Irving there present Dr Cloolf T W an old friend of Justice Miller who had just arrived from Omaha and tho family nei viuits irid Cleric MoKinney of the Hupreriie Court Soon after death the face of the which had become somewhat drawn during tbt hist clfiys Illness changed to a nutural roudltion he looUod us if In u sloop No arrangements fur iho funeral will be made until tomorrow bill it Is certain that his remains will be romovefl to his home at Keokuk Jowa whoro tlioy will bo iritcnod in the family burying ground Tomorrow the Supremo Court will moot as usual and after the announcement of the death of As sociate JusticeMiller by Chief Justice liiillir UK Court will adjourn Mrs Tousealln and Corkhill daugh ter and of the Justice reauh Washington tomorrow afternoon IHOGKALmCAT SKHTCH Samuol Freeman Miller was born in Kioh April S 1810 Ho waa uaLocl at the nioclioal departmonl of Tran Hylvunia University in IMS practiced for a short timii and afterward became a lawyer Ho was strongly In favor of omancipatlou ami dkl much to further that cause auci althuujrh ho txolc no part in politics tho courso of piiblki allalrs Inducefl him to re movo in 1850 from Kentucky to Iowa where liu hocamo tho leader of tho Republican party He wusoflorod and docliued ncmer oits Sltito and local oflicos und devoted him self to his prolesslon In which he took high iank In 18i2 ho was appointed by Presi dent Lincoln Associate Tustico of tho United States Supreme Court which olTico ho held uj to the time of hisdeath Ho was tho orator at the constitutional eentouniul cele bration at PJillaclelphia on September 15 OF GJSNKRAL BEUKNAP Found Tho BxSccretary of War Dead in His Bed TVASniNOTON Oct W Bolknap Secretary of War during President Grants first term was found dead in his bod at 0 oclock this morn ins It is believed that death occurred between 1 oclock Saturday night and 0 oclock Sunday moru ins From John W Cameron General Bel lamps business associate It is learned that for some time It has been the Generals habit to moot a few friends at tho Dr Hill who lives less than a square away for u social game of cards Saturday night ho them as usual and remained until nearly midnight when ho returned to his apartments in the Plnovans buildlns at 1420 Now York avpnue Presumably he re tired immediately never again soon alive About this morning Cameron ar rived at tho building and proceeded to the second floor whore their offices and tho Generals apartments are located The servant girl who keeps the rooms rapped at tho door and inquired if General Bolknap was out of the city saying that she had several times since Sunday morning tried tho doors but found them locked The door was then forced open and the body found lying partly uncovered on the bod Theloft arm was bent rigidly toward the head tho left hand tightly clenched as though death came while ho was iu a con vulsion Tho bod clothes wore somewhat disarranged us if therehad been a slight struggle for breath A physician was summoned and after making a brief the opinion that death resulted from a stroke of apoplexy The Coroner soon afterward ar rived and took the body in charge An autopsy disclosed tho fact that the Imme diate cause of death wnsJoflumrntition of tho Inner lining of the heart Mrs Bolknap who was in New York was summoned by telegraph Also tho Generals son Hugh from Ohjcugo For Bclknap hits con stant sufferer from In February he had so severean attack that ho hardly room for throe months or more time ho lost in flesh between thirty and forty pounds In consequence of his long illness his business suffered This worried him at times As soon asthe death of Bolknap was known at tho War Department Acting Secretary Grant or dered tho fUg on the in honor of the oxSecretary and gave di rections that the building be draped in black for euslovnary poriod Healso communicated with tho of the de ceased tooffer whatever assistance they might desire for the funeral As soon as tho funeral arrangements are completed an ordcrwill be issued closing the Department on tho day of the funeral An order an nouncingthe death to the in structious as to tho observance of the day of his funeral will issued Mils afternoon Mrs Belknap has decided that the oral shall be buried at Arlington Cemetery and the funeral will probably take place Thursday BEED YORK He Opens tlie Campaign With a Pro tection NEW 14TThe campaign in was opened tonight niass meeting Speaker Reed ad dressed peoplel years ago theni after much Asueyer before the Mclvinley bill gIyeIfbhe toXtho haveJLte must have he them to do again did two theyare coiisisteut or v the necessity for dlsfranohisemen t Vof the American j is l ivy itb h er Of German srpssmaniW i ngtonx 0 hi8 HE HUGGED THE STAR A Scene in the Carmen Not Wit nessed by iho Auclktnue Oct 13 Dispatch Fruncisco Clironiclc was a scene on the stajro of tbe Holliday Street Theater Saturday night during tho performance of Ciirmeu which tho spectators before the curtain wore not given an opportunity to witness and yet it would have interested thorn more than any other feature of tho show It occurred during one of the waits and tho principal figures in the tableau wore Corinne tho star young KIngsloy one of tho actors and Mrs Jennio Kimbnli manager of tho troupe and the adopted mother of Corinne is a son of Siguor Mrooonlini tho baritone and is very niuch smitten with Torinno and tho young star said to reciprocate though this is denied by Mrs Kimhall It was wliilo overlooking matters on tho stage that the manager carne on Kingsley her fair and aught thorn hugging and kissing each other What do you moan by this behavior demanded Hie Irate woman of Ivinpsley For a better answer tin young actor blurted out Oh 1 am doing this just for Mrs Kimhall was angry before but this reply made her boiling mad Without another word she landed on his head with her strong arm and ordered the young man to leavr tho company forthwith THE FOXY MORMON LEADERS JUDGE OF BIORGAW UP Ho Tolls an Omaha Reporter That AHHortlons hood 2Jrins Them Kclior OMAUA Oof to TIUB L T Edholm of City ITtnh formerly a prominent mombor of tho Mormon Church is visiting a son In this city Judge Edholm has resided inUtah during the past twentynine years and is familiar with ovory phase of JMormonism To a reporter yesterday ho said The ro porfc in circulation concerning tho Intention of tho Church to remove its members to some other country where they can prac tice tho teachings of their religion without the Interference of civil authorities is scarcely to be Gentile government is of course repugnant to Mormon loaders but they hope to secure things more to their liking whon the Territory is admitted to the Union Tlmn they expect to elect State officials iu accord with their ideas and bo enabled to practice the teachings of tho Church as of old Tho proclamation of President Woodruff that tbe Churchhad abolished polygamy advising tho mem bers to observe tho law I reason in the world to believe is While the president published this notice totheworld iu language not to bo misconstrued it means altogether a different thing tothe faithful membersOf fclto Church Polygamy is and will always bo sanctioned by in secrot This announcement istoade with a view of securing early admittance as a State and then by supporting either polit ical party from which favors can be gained in the interest of the Ohurch theMor mons expect to prosper as their prophets have THE WORSHIPERS SHOCKED A Barefooted Man Smolccs a Gigar at NEW YOBTC Oct TJiratijra Dispatch Francisco Clircniiclo The congregation of tbe Church of the Holy Cross at Tenth avenue and West Fiftyfirst street was treated to a novel ex pcrienco during thecelebra tion of early mass The service had pro ceeded until the most solemn portion reached when the congregation which had assumed the reverential attitude of was astonished to see a man of large frame very well dressed pass noiselessly and with dignified carriage down the main aisle to wards tbo altar Tho peculiarityof the occurrence that caused tho worshipers most wonderment that tho man was bare footed and carded in his mouth a lighted oigar which he was smoking In his hands ho carried a largo slouched hat and his shoes and When first seen the congregation did not notice that the man was smoking and took him for sotno eccentric character performing soliimposed pen an oo Upon having their called to the smoking within the walls of the edifice tho ushors ap proached the stranger and rotiuested him to withdraw which he did with reluctance and after many protestations He explained the fact that ho had walked barefooted by stating that the now pair of shoes which he had purchased or Saturday hurt his Ho had rernovocl his shoos together with his which also He gave no ex planation of his smoking SHE WANT9 A Mother of Triplets Thinks She Should Be Special to Gdyernor has received aletter from a ladyrliVing iri tho tbe State announced that a couple of weeks ago she gave birth to three all of wbora are alive wellShe adds that siieis a woman of lim ited there is a tor triplets she woulc like fe bave it I Governor that regretted that bad failed such proyJsipns an would ires in rearing tb girl babies to womanliobfl v WpidtL Starve the Chinese Out tion of the tion city today present of the country ahnuttl Doremus of Obicago denounced tbe and advised Ipoal orgunizafcionsfto starve landlords not rooms them Ohi n amen were locatedrto startopposition establishments 11 The Presidents Vacation Wi Be Terainated This Morning SPEECHES IN MKINLEYS DISTRICT Harrison Pays Warm Tribute to the ConKressmnn and Senator Sher man and Speaks From to Speeches De livered ou tho Trip inkensdof er Pacific Oct special train and party pulled out of Indianapolis on their return to Wash ington this morning The President spoilt night aboard his car and as ho arose this morning appeared much refreshed frorn tho days rest allordcul him yesterday at Indianapolis All felt thus today waste bo the trying ordeal of the trip The States of Indiana and Ohio were to bo crossed and the schedule provided for a brief stops to enable old friends an opportunity to greet the President The speeches that these occasions would necessitate would be very trying and require tho utmost physical An immense crowd assembled at Ander son Ind Tho President made a brief speech referring to tho rapid develop ment of ttils region since tlie discovery and utilization of natural gas He spoke of the presence of school children and took occasion to speak a good word for the public school Ho counseled putting brawny men in factories but sending the children to school Ho tho ad vantages of learning and told the boys there was nothing to which they might not aspire in this country When tho city of Mnncio was reached an immense assembly congregated Tho Pres ident spoke at some length in regard to the growth of the since natural gas was discovered and said The sunlight will not more surely shed its beams upon us this morning than this great tide of prosperity which has sot in through this gas What docs all this means employment for men it moans happy and comfortable homes for un increasing population it means an increased homo market for tho products of your farm it means that tho farmer will have a choice of crops aud will have consumers for tho perishable products of his farm at his very door I do not forget that your good country sent to the war for the Union in tho gallant regiments that went from this gallant Stato a nmltitndo of bravo mon to stand hy the flag Now let that Jove of tho Hag bo still in your hearts Nothing has pleased me more us I passed through somo of our Western States Tib an to see that tho school children everywhere had the starry Hag hands Prolonged Let it be so here and everywhere lot them learn to love it to know its beauty in order that whon tho time of peril cornes they may be ready to defend Prolonged One of the greatest demonstrations of the day took place at Winchester where several thousandpeople assembled Even tho tele graph poles were adorned with tho stars and stripes Tho President made a brief speech It is an essential existence of a country like ours that thought aud speech should be free and fioo thought means differing thoughts It moans that in the individual exorcise of the faculties God has given us we will reach on public questions different conclu but as I remarked the other day to another audience as long as onr differences stand likeopposing buttresses of a great arch confronting each hut united above in love for the Constitution aud flag we have nothing to He spoke to the children assembled touched upon the value of the public school and counseled love lor the llag BKLLISJTONTAIWE Oct stops were alsomadeat Union City Sidney Ohio DeGroff and Bellefoutaino at which places tho President made brief speeches touching on tbo enlarged view which his trip through the West had givon him of the greatness of this country and its sturdy manbood CiiESTfjiNB Oct stops were made Agostaand Marion but the President merely bowed to the cheering multitudes from the rear end of tho plat form no speeches Crestline was reached at A brief stop was made The President received a message hero saying that Justice Miller was sinking and could live but a few hours The schedule shortened that Piltsburg will be reached at p two hours earlier than originally intended Washington will be reached tomorrow morning Ohio Oct Mansfield an other large crowd was assembled and the President spoke them for tho kindness and saying that glad to be permitted1 to stop at the homeof their distinguished Senatorahd his friend Sher man I am said however you niay differ from him in political opinion the people of Mansfieldand proud of the eminence which he has attained in the counsels of the Nation and the distinguished service he has beer ableto render his coun try not only in Congress butin thoTreas uryDepartment Ho is ir greatness with that military brother who led some of you as bodid In some of the of the war and they have together rendered conspicuous service to thigisountry which we all love with do voted the the university Coined their to the cheers df the This was the first point in Cpn McKinleys district at winchthe President President spoke hut time was short and many otherstops remained be Alarge crowd at Erieville 1 VAt Massilontnere was great crowd of children anci citizens headed by the Mayor As the train enteredthe city the operatives fromthe manufacturing the road gathered track and cheeredthePres ident ashe sped addrtss refer ring industriesof the city the Presi dent said your interchahg ing industries uncV pursuits1 lean upon and helpieach other and making possible the you Ihopeit every for his We cannot alford America to any classes van cl if fair wages are paid for fair ork we will hare nopev Iarn notone of who believe tlvat cheap ness thfy h igh es t good J pne ofthose who believe chase below caprice do i gutltuevwQrst of bis succeeds iL f securityforvsbcialjhappineSB is p rstv S eo number of veins and who in all personal relations with mo as T believe with you his neighbors has won admiral ion I am sure ho has won yours jcbeersj und any regard to what may be thought of the Me Kinley bill 1 am sure here today you arc aro all good neighbors and friends of Mr McKinley Kind heunod and prcnurous as ho soomed to mo I am suro ho has not failed in those social rolations whatever you may havo of political opinion in makinc tho nasos of the ieople proud of him as their distin guished son I urn sum that all rolntions between employers and workmen shall be friendly and kind 1 wish that where ilio rolations wore closer and the employers more thoughtful of those who work for them T am suro there is ono thing in whUh wo all agroo wiiatovnr our viows boon iho or tinancc and that is ihut thorn is no prosperity in the wide Uborsil sense that doos not omhraeo wlihin It every desorviug ani indiisirions man and woman in tho community j A pplauso j Wo iro all re sponsible citixons and wo should all ho from anythini that dolraots from our lib ami indopendonoo or that retards tho involopment of our intoUigonco morality and Oct Allianoo another large crowd groetod tho Presidential party and the Presldonc maiio his thirioonth of the dny He told tho he had begun bofore broakfnsv ami ial scarcely hinl timo for Ignols out so as his was hft ho oouM not fail to these honrty greetings This ro is not withheld by my politionl op ponents and it is ploaantio know that in all things that Jho Inieurity and hnnorand prosperity of our Government wo are above party There is not much a President oan do to shapo tho policy of tho lOvernmont for after all tho policy of our laws is directed by Congress Tho President mny veto but ho cannot frame a foiil stnd tho Proshlont it Is of great interest to you mid to uli our pooplo that you should ohooso such mon 10 repre sent you In Congress as will faithfully promote thoso principles to which you have givcti vour intolligrtnii After leaving Alliance a rapid run was made to this whom tho train was at once transferred to second section of tho Eastern train The President was seen for but a fow minutes and remained seated in his ear observed only by a fow curious trainmen it not being generally known that ho was to puss through tho city the train pulled out for Washington On the same train was Senator Quay who had been in Pittsbtirg all day in conference with the Republican local leaders Tho President has so far boon gone eight days on the trip and in that time has trav eled a distance of over MOO milos During these eight days he made forty speeches HOW THE SMUGGLERS THRIVE COON fIGHOW How Bitterly the Mississippi Whites Hale the Segroes NO OFFEKSE TO SHOOT AT A DARKEY Complaints Sent to the Attorney Gonernl at Cen sus Announoonicnts Vutorans to lie Favored in Civil Service Exam Notes THE GOVERNMENT DICFRATJOKD MJliLIOKS OF DOLLARS Astounding Proportions of tho TrafHc In Opium and Pro tection for tho JJritish Border NOEW YORK Oct Dispatch San Francisco CJjronfde Series Bar aids Washington correspondent has prepared an extended rticio from facts obtained by tho Government officers who during the past few months have been investigating the smuggling of opium and Chinese into tho United States He says that during tho year 1S80 something like pounds of prepared or smoking opium was smuggled into tho United States and the Government is thereby deprived of a revenue tax of In the spate of twenty months from March JJ1SS7 until December 1889 tbere were lauded in British Columbia 6818 Chinamen fourfifths of whom were smug gled into tho United States Those figures are derived from upon re1 ports and statistics of importations furnished by tho British customs oflioers at tho ports of British Columbia severalyears ago enacted a law placing an import duty of per pound upon smoking opium brought into this coun try Notwithstanding this heavy duty the regular importation of opium through legal chanels and upon which duty was paid amounted to last year It mated that tho amount of opium smuggled added to this sum will lust about reach tho amount of yearly importations at thotimo tbe tax was s For several inonths past the United States officers have been making a thor ough and the amount of modes ou arid remedy for tho evil The Treasury Depart ment is astounded at tho extent of smug gling as shown bythe investigation officers The Department bus ieason to believe that the evil is oven greater than is shown by the figures prsserttcd An average cargo of opium is pounds and sometimes larger A portion of the opium is retained for tho use of the Chinese population of the district and ninetenths of tho whole importation is smuggled into the United States so the British customs officers say Of the Chinamen who land in British Col umbia ninetyfive out of every hundred are bound for the UjiitcdStates and get there Thereare two routes which the smugglers use to got Chinamen and opium into tbe United States One of them is overlandanJ is On Puget Sound routes are used as the exigencies pf the oc casion demand the destination of the cargo or as tbo presence of tho officers necessitate such presence always being made known to the smugglers by their principals In town The start ineither case is from the fame point Vancouver The smug glers gain their point without difficulty and the lack of protection1 along tha border ena bles them to carry on the work withou t much interference The safety of the smugglers their im munity from detection and and the success of thefrundertaklug is largdy duo to the extensive underground und secret system of communication which exists ahlbng the It is a vast crime having its centers at Hongkong Victoria Vancouver Seattle Port Townsend Sati Frarjcisco New York and Chicago its ramifications to every seaport town interior Village and railway station in the North west naturally does not tne Government pre vent this traffic The Government does try to the evil is so smalHn the evil as to be alto gether iri appreciable Vesuvius Trial IM 3ct United States cora today She wentoutside ind atra fipeed fit taVelve and at full speed with find with forced draughts The resuitris hot Her tacticardiam eter is than tbe other Oct Tlis Kranoioo Climnich ivocivtd hy iho A t tornoyOenorars from tho lUsirici Attorney In Kosci usko hnw is the hatrod for Tho by tho whiles in that In Ma roll last n oolond man who had boon postal clerk was shot at hy four young whito mon who hau always god ropulal ions as law aliiiHn 11 soonis that thoso young IIKMI lnti hxluoed to airompt tho life of colored man hy older humls but they failed Tho Unilod States DistrictAttor ney sot to work to jiscertnin who wore tho guilty but in his siattMucnt to tlm AitorncyCIotieral says Mt in his efforts tn fnul tliconspirators io travohvl all over tho and found tho sentiment so strong colored men that ho could got nc Infiirmntion from my of tho whites llo oven found it to got tho grand jury to return indictments nfier having siKoooded in pornotratovs ot tho orstric They siid thwy lil not want to not on nogro Tho longing merchants town largo sums of inonoy tliodo feudants Every possible iMVoit mado to secure tho acquittal of iho HdMised but they wore convicted mid punished VIVB POINTS irOH WASniNsrON onior to carry out spirit us well as the letter of the civil survicn law the Sec retary of the Treasury today agreed to chaniTA the existing practice in the making of examinations of applicants for promo tions in department in cases of discharged soldiers itnd sailors who by law on titled to preference other being equal Tho change will bo ac complished by nddlng iivo points to tho per contago by such norsons in tho exam inations referred to CICNSUvS ANNOUNCEMENTS State of Louisiana Increase of Stale of Illinois an in crease of State of Mississippi 887 au increase of BOARDMKKTS The board appointed to consider tbo roe ommciidacioiifl made by tho United States delegates to tho international marine con ference held its flrstmeeting1 Tho recommendations relate to ment of a board to have cbarpo and general superintendence of matters concerning mer chant vessels and soanien Tho board cided to hold sessions for hearings onOcto ber and 27th and on flays to bo hereafter specified until the 11 ih of Novem considered after October They tlhould be addressed to the Secretary of the Trea sury GUN TESTS The Navy Department is Informed thiit tho recent test at the Annapolis prov ingground of rapid firing for 0Inch guns on carriages was THE IDAHO in i i H i Flourishing Condition The Grand Encampment BOISE CITY Oct to Grand ol id ah o I 0 O convened in this city thUi morning representatives present and twelve subordinatoj encamp ments The fillowing bfllcors wero Installed for the ensuing year Patriarch ML1 C A they of Wardnert Grand High O Cole Boise City1 Grand Genosee Grand Stenrioherg JuniorWar den VP S Bodley Caldvrell GrandJMar shal Richard Curtis Silver City side Ssntinel E B Lemruon Outside Sentinel Samuel Beck Boise Grand Treasurer John Boise The magnificent hall order in this city will he dedicated tomor row The ceremony will take place In tho hall and will be public In tho eveningj a banquet will be given the Grand Lodgeby Ada Lodge No 3 at Capitol Hall and on Thursday night a grand ball will be There are now thirtysevea subordinate lodges in Idaho with a membershipof about 1500 During last year been expended for the relief of members to say nothing of the amount paid for chari table purposes The order is In a most flourishing condition and has a bright future A HEROIC BNGINJEEB Daily dailybe Ml ledjustan tjy1 He 41 wile and one Although Terribly Wounded Ke r Saves a Train Prom Destruction BUNTINGTQX tf An attached to Chicago Erie westbound freight train broke down afc West Point last night manned liy Edward Murphy engineer and George Kirby fireman was sent out from to talce the on to When in a deep cut about two miles west of thia A city the 60 engine exploded1 The front blew our and flew a distance of400 Engineer Murphy was badly lumped off leg being broken Pireniari Kirby was blown from cab buck over Ihe trade He is so badly burned and that keeping the for miles and in a few crowd had gathered rive found Engineer tTio trackonhis hands and knee liu tern to Hag vestibule train No ;