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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CJKCULATJOS EXCEEDING THAT OTHER I I THE MOST EXTENSIVE t AKO EST ADVERTISING HEDIUI ROCKY MOUNTAIN RECIOW VOJ XXX1XKO 2 5 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY OCTOBER 21 lS90 PSICE FIVE CE2JTTS owfn PV a c KVcU S A OuaL A Snbjeet of the Kaiser Who Vigorous Reforming VOH MQLTKES BIRTHDAY CELEBRATiOl Tho Patriotic Borliners Will All Turn Out Making IVonch Congress Opens With u Lively Mews Government to prosecute unless new at tempts were made DC RaulcfKcreated a scene by forniddtng Reinarh whom lie described as That lackey of all to Interrupt him Irisldftnt Flouquet demanded a withdrawal of the objertionable DC Koulcdc refusing to withdraw them the Chamber him Ueinnob chal Oct Dispatch Han last froii TiiMKday to Saturday thw arls toerath of Oftrmany wore busy scndlnr Inlttn of congratulation to Castle louden the Duke of Hatlbor colo hcatcd with tno riftieth of hh to tho Ducal rink William IV Tho Hukis who Is UroUiur of tho Governor of WraliH is rich and fch and lord of ifty wcavliiif vlilngos In Silvia whore tlif HO 000 fnhahltants are tho poor andmost nouleciod of tho entire Km tIrc Hilunging to his domain are the Uis trictH of Itybiilolc alid whoro never fjuito ceases to levy luj loll of victims all the year round and ivtuin the women arid children have to ON1st on a diet of weak eotfco poor potatoes uiifl soup made of sour floor Tho rnon enjoy the luxurv of a piece of bacon or sausage which thuy claim by the right of tho stroriitOT whunevor puy comoH arguing that they arc entitled to tho little nutrltluos food obtainable aa thoy work hurdor than tho womon The towu of MysloglU belongs to the Duke This s tho place whoro the poor weaver ran a lino over the river to tho bank to which fastened a bag on a pullny to bring over Into Prussian ter ritory Hnmll quantities of lour that neces sity of life bolrig M per cent cheaper In Austria than In 1nnsUi Tho Dukes guards soon Htoppod this and tho weavers went on starving In all tho accounts of tho Duke s jublleo L havo not come across a lino to Indicate Unit ho made It the occasion for bettering tho condition of those poor pooplo They wore fed on pork and beer for onca In II tty years but no permanent benefit bocn effected or promised and no newspaper has been outspoken onough to remind tho mighty Duko othis fluty tohls HiilVering serfu A BARK WORK OP ART A Venus ofMilo Tjoadod Witfi Money and SociiritioH PAIMS Oct San Prancisoo Chronicle Series tlio ancient artist could not havo boon moro ovorjoyocl when his statue became transformed Into a lovely woman than tho holrs or tho late Mmo Artaudwho rooently died In Paris when they discovered a con sUlorablo rortuno carefully hidden away In tlio Interior of a common plaster of purls reproduction of tho famous Voniia ot Milo Tho history ot this sudden find Is curious Mmo Artaud died without making a will und as sho had no notary her children and grandchildren appealed to tlio financial nd vlMors of tho ocuaslonally to put her ruonoy out in stock exchange That tho old lady had loft a fair share of lucre was certain and as not a stiver nor a bank note could bo found any In Iwr rooms tho heirs oamo to tho naturil eoncluslon that tho financial agent must havo been loft by Mrne Artaud with hev money before she made her exit from this world Tho iigonb cloclarod In a most positive mariner that ho had received for a long time from Mmo Artanri who feeling hottntl approaching gave up bouro speculations This drl not satisfy tho holrs who plumplv accused tho of having appropriated wliatdld not belong to him but as they hud no proofs against him they were unable to bogln legal proceed ings Thoy accordingly sot to work to divide the furniture and general belongings of tho Uoeoiised between them The dining room and saloon chairs tables and trap worn in tho Empire style and worth from to but as It would bo im possible to obtain more than half their value the discontent among tho holrs In creased A lottery of tho effects having been tho old statue rcpresontlnir the Goddess of Love foil to one of tho daughters of tho deceased who was about to break It with vexation whnn one of her relatives proposed to examine It to see It1 by any ohanoo It wore a rare work of art Tho base of the statue wan covered over underneath with an oil ololh and when tho covering was removed out tumbled a eholoo foltuetion of bank notes bonds securities and obligations tho whole amounting in value to about The plaster of paris Vonus will be piously preserved by the family now as an emblem of luuk and a happy heirloom VON MOLTRB8 The Berlinors Arranging for Its Proper Observance Oct Chronicle patriotic Uorlinors are looking forward to next Sun day whoti General Field Marshal Count You Moltko will celebrate ninetieth birthday in the capital as a guest of the Imperial family His old comrade in arms the Kitig of Saxony will bo present together with from all tho countries of Europe with the exception of Fraiuv all coming to do homane to tho uni versally war hero of tho reunited To nuiko the day memorable for tho fining generations tho Kmporov has issuedan order declaring next Saturday a holiday in all the public schools of pire The students of the high and publlo schools tho tralesi unions as well army hOOUttes and invalid unions hiivo combined to give Moltko a gigantic torchlight proces sion on Saturday night THE FUENOH CONGRESS Tho Customs Bill jjouljvnjrist Squelched t Oct Senate and Ohanibor of Deputies reassembled today Bills were introduced by tho Minister of War relative to spies and providing relief for tho families of soldiers in the event of mobili zation of tho army The Chamber greeted the ministerial measure with npplauso Minister of Commeroo Introduced in the Cluinibfrof Deputies today a general customs Minimum and Maximum bill which has already been mentioned In thcso Replying to interpolation Ltlonne Under Secretary for tho colonies denied that wan was declared against Dahomey The object of tho expedition was to defend tho French siibjccts In Dahomey A reso lution approving the course of tho Govern ment was adopted Goussola feoulanglafc broughc up tno Boulanglst question by demanding that1 Jciral action be taken against the Boulanglstif to Usht upon the recont charges against Oohstans replied that the High lOourt of Justice and nearly the wholeof France had already it wus usoless C H Do lioulodo to a duel aud the chal lenge was accepted Gladstone Making a Tour LivKHVOOL Oct left on a tour of Scotland this morning At the rail way station at Wigan the crowds shouted that did not want him to make a a speech but to reserve his voice to speak In Midlothian and demolish the Tories Gladstone nevertheless made a short sjneah In which ho said Midlothian knew what to do of itself nothing wan left for him to do He was heartily received along route At Carlisle he said ho had no fear for Scotland and hoped that Kngland would do as well in theHomo Itulo movement WhenGladstone reached Edinburgh ho received u large number of Scottish politi cians Thoro was a largo crowd at the rail way station and ho was given an ovation Morley Replies to Baliour LONDON Oct addressed his constituents in Newcastle this evening Ho wild that Calfours arguments ir his recent speeches wore malnlv misrepresentations ami llu reminded Balfour that compensation tor tho disturbance arrears bill and tramway bill wen all duo to tho Iarncllltos suggestions and tho ifiiul bill of 1887 drafted on tho basis that Iarnoll suggested Balfour was re sponsible for tho exceptional coercive gov ertjmerit and ho ought to supervise it on tho spot Morioy adLored to his previous assertion that the police had usod excessive force Iu Tlppornry It was not bodily in jury which linlfours sticking piaster would mend buttho Insult which in flamed tho people Houses for German Workmen Oct San Francisco Chronicle Sorles Prus sian Minister of Commerce has bo fore him a plan tvhlch has already been aporovcd by tho Emperor for starting a workmens colony at a suburb of Hurl in which ill road y possesses railway connoctions with tho ctMitor of thy metropolis It is proposed to orect thoro 4000 model houses and to place them at iho disposal of poor people at a monthly rental of Tho houses are valued at liiUI marks arid tho cheap stands in lieu of payments by Installment on property so that the tenant or his family cntor3 into ownership of the house uftor twenty years occupation without extra payment A Crazy Fire Department BEHMN Oct Francisco MnmMe tigations proving tho already notorious in onicioiitjy of tho Berlin flro brigade havo liid to further investigations which havo brought out tho astounding fact that tho laddies still work according to tho system and undortlio regulations laid down by a lunatic Major former chief of tine Hro department who died in tho hisruiu asy lum months ago Witto had boon ro filriodut tho hoad of tho force for over a year in spite his repeated exhibitions oC dls onlorod ivill Ignore Local Quarrels PArtiS Got an iritorvlow today AVilliamOHrliMi declared that ho attached no importance to tlio reports ot rivalry said exist botwoon tho Irish societies In tho United States Such reports be su id were always sot afloat on the ovo of tho depar ture of an Irish mission to that country Tho members of tho not intend to Interfere with individual rivalries thoy wen going as delegates of Parnoll and tho whole Irish party and ho was confident that thoy would support of tho Irish men In America and tho sympathy Of tho otitiro American people Dillon and Gttrton visited tho Chamber of Depot Irs today and wore given seats by tho presiding olTlcer Dillon Demonstrates with Balfour DUBLIN1 Oct Dillon has sent a telegram to Bulfour indignantly protest ing against his prejudging tho Tippornry case In his spooch on Saturday for tho guid ance of his magisterial tools and demand ing that tho proceedings bo discon tinued iincl tho trial bo ordered boforo a judge and jury in England Several Denials PAIUS denies that In his Intenluw with tho Com to do Paris ho promised jiny thing except to permit tho re turn of tlio Orlaonist exiles llo declares hat nothing WHS said of tho form of gov ernment Koynllsts paid his candidates and ho bimsulf had nothing to do with financial matters lie promised to explain hereafter how his personal expenses were Gorman Spies in France FAnrs Oct Petit Journal an nouncesUio arrest at Dollust Barracks of ono of the jrvmrd n timed Dietrich and his sister charged with being German spies Plans of the fortifications were found in Diet Holes housa Dietrich and hi sister it is bellovod ore in collusion with a Flanovor lm spy niunnrt Ptahl in divulging French army secrets to tho German Government The Tories and tho Tariff LONDON Oct a speech atNewcas tle Lord Granvlllosaid tho Tories pretended tliiit they woreconfident of tho result of ap pealing to tlio country yet thoy delayed dissolving Parliament as long as possible Referring to the new American tariff ho salillt certain to bo more injurious to America herself than to England A Warning from tho Czar VtKNSA Oct Czar lins jprlvately intimated to tho Servian Government that he does not desire a change in the Servian dynasty This Is intended as a warning to Intrlsruors in behalf of Prince Nicholas of Montenegro and Prince Karagoorgevitch The Phelps Daughters Engaged is announced that the oldest daughter of United States Minis ter Pholps Is encased to bo married to Lieu tenant Yon and that the youngest daughter Is enguged to Baron Witzleben hot gentlemen oflicers in tho Imperial at Oot great sensation was caused by tho trial of throe merchants on a charge of smuggling silks from Germany into Russia It is understood that they smuggled goods to the amount of yearly American Acquitted Oct trial ofStephen Holmes Smith the American who was charged with stealing jewels be longing to tho Duke of Edinburgh in May last resulted in a verdict of An Appeal for the Monarchy JVortfi German Gazette appeals to England not to endanger the monarchy the Iborianpqninsula by too exacting demands of Portugal An English Kxplorer Dead LoNDOjsi Sir Richard Francis well known for explora tions In Africa and other countries sdied ILLINOIS C JSL RATI A Tardy Recognition LONDON Got A press association states that the British Foreign Office Jhiis formally recognized the Republic A New and Old Officers HeElected NEW YORK Oct to tlic policy adopted a year ago of establishing the presidents office and domicile in Chi cago and of electing additional directors residents in Illinois the management of tho Illinois Central Railroad Company today at a effected a new organizatiou as follows Apresidentj vicepresident to act in the absence uf the presidentand take charge of the treasury and accounting do partiuenc secondvicepresident in charge of Jtho operating and traffic department general counsel and general solicitor in charge oi the legal department The fol lowing ofllccrs were reelected President Stuyvesant Fish general counsel B Ayir general solicitor James Fontress treasurer Beury Dewell secretary A lux G LJackstulf John C Welling of Chicago who for fif teen years hasbooh at tho head of the ac counting department was elected president J T Haraltan at present gen manager of tho Louisville New Orleans Texas Hallway was elected second vice COUNT DILLONS MISSION Beliovert to Be in Canada in the In terests of the OTTAWA Oct Patricol Montreal declares that Dillon is hereto prepare another Boulangist stroke Count Dillon is credited with saying that he is In daily communication will tho son of aire Duchess who found tlio money to run tho Boulanglst machine Many believe he is here to agitato among the French Canad ians tho establishment of a French Republic in Canada with Uoiilungur at tho bead Several papers profess to know that tho Counts object is the acquisition of land for in British Columbia another for promoting immigration of Frenchmen to Quebec still another that in pursuance of a scheme emanating from tho ecclesiastics of Quebec and sanctioned presumably by members of the federal cabinet he has come over in tho interest of French coloniza tion In the northwest ARCHITECT MULLETT SUICIDES LIE FIKES THE BULLET IN A FIT OIT As Suporvisinfr Architwot of the Treasury I e Many Public Well Known Throughout the Country WASHINGTON Oct B Mullctt one of the best known architects of this city aocl for ytjars supervitiing architect of the Treasury Department shot and killed him self this evening at his rosiiiLuco He had boon in poor health for a lonf time suffer ing from rheumatism andother complaints bull it is thought financial trouble was the olilot cause of his act Dr P J surgeon in charge of ColumbiaHospital who for many years has been family physician made a statement of the circumstances of tho shooting substantially as follows About 5 oclock ho called at tlic house to soo Mrs slightly indis posed Aftor proscribing for Mrs Mullott the doctor took leave and bis office across the street Ho had boe nth ore but a time when a son of Mr Mullett came running over and asked him to come to the house tie hurried back iu response to the summons and found Mullott lying across tho bod in hia sleeping apartments and partially disrobed Bo was unconscious and profusely Tlie doctor made a hasty examination and found that tho blood came from a wound about two inches right oar The dying man gave three or four gawps and expired within suven minutes the wound had boon Whon the doctor first entered theroom lie found Mrs Mullott lying by the sldo of the body of her wounded husband weeping bit turly with her arms thrown rround his neck Tho doctor moved her gently from tlieroom amithen gave his attention to her husband in the evening the Coroner was sum rmmod and after ail c the body gave a verdict of deathby suicide duo to melancholy Mr ninllefct was ofi years old and very well known Ho designed many of tho pub lic buildings erected In different uitics among them being tho city postolUce and tho imposing Navy Depart ment buildings in this city Mr Mullor had a severe of grip last winter from which ho still suffered For the past few moirMis he had gloomy been at times despondent and A NEBRASKA HUBBUB An Attempt to Bead yan WycJc Out of the Party OMAHA Oct to TRIB relations between exSenator Charles 11 Van Wyck and Bur rows of tho Farmers Alliance are becoming decidedly strained The oxSenator who was one of the chief organizers of the Farmers Alliance movement prints an open letter In this mornings in which he de nounces Burrows in immeasurable terms a recent gathering of set tlers and Alliance men atHebron was asked whether or not it1 was true that N N Harlan the Republicancandi date for Congress from tho Second district had while a mernbor of tho Nebraska Leg islature received money for voting forPad dock for United States Senator The fact was that Harlan was eleotodasa Van Wyck man and voted for him until the Republican caucus of which he was a member decided to support accord ingly denounced thestory as a falsehood and paid a high tribute to Mr Harlans in tegrity Burrowss paper the tboreupon printed a card signed by the chairman and secretary of the Qentral Corn mitteo of to the effect that1 Van had turned squarely against the indo movemontv and recommending that ho be invited to address nomore independ enc meetings Van open letter refuses to be read out of Alliance acr cused Burrows of being tbe authoiof the Harlau falsehood that ho is manipulating ends the Alliance for hiSOwn per Farewell had a TareweliJHidleTieo w5i ri the TO Itio dopiirturo Africa i A VERY PRETTY MESS The BepiijJlicans Now Chargecl With Registration Frauas at Oct evening paper publishes a statementthat negro named arrested today for rim proper registration admitted to amember of Democratio committee that ho had doing member of the Riipiibliciin cqmrnittee gave of tbo Republican tlie first one secured several bundrpd the names of other JRepubUcarirCorkers is as Director BOSSES T SILVER AND LEAO OUTPUT laorulnK Yesterdays Silver Naval Construction Bureau Makes a Good Plea for Census Figures Notes WASHINGTON pet E 0 Leech director of tho mint hsis returned from a visit to a number of minos iu the West Speaking oC his trip lie said As to the prospects for silver mining and the current production of our mines I should say that tho silver prud not of the United States is increasing Certainly there is great ac tivity in all the mining camps which I visited and when one considers that only a short time ago they were getting only 00 cents an ounce for silver and 8 cents per pound for lead while today silver is worth an ounce lead six cents a pound It is not surprising that there should be groat activity in themining industries aud the outputs should bo THK NAVY DEPARTMENTS WASHINGTON Oct When tlie adver tisements for proposals for building a ram torpedo boat and torpedo cruiser were issued Saturday it marked the completion by tho Navy Dopartmont of all work of new con struction which itj has been authorized to undertake with two exceptions These are a submarine monitor and a duplicate of the which will be constructed on thii lines originally laid down Congress at the last session made provi sion for six new vessels most of them of a heavier typo and more complex constroc lion than heretofore undertaken to be built and the naval authorities are felici tating themselves upon the fact that thoy have within throe weeks after adjournment been able to complete all of the issue proposals and ia several cases award contracts for the construction of these ves sels In addition to this record of quick designing tho Construction Bureau was charged during the with the prepara tion of plans for live vessels authorized to be built by the preceding Congress MOH13 CENSUS TTIGUrtES Astoria population 7071 anin crease of 4208 per cent Alnlnii copulation r140 an increase of per cent Portland an increase of 30 percent Portland tin increase of 7570 per cent 257 23 Population of tbeState an increase of per cunt The population the State of Wisconsin increase of ANOT1TKR CANDIDATE FOR THK BENCH wage presented a petition to requesting him naipc of Mrs Elizabeth Oady Stariton totho Semite of the United States as Associate Justice iu place of Justice Miller A Assistant Secretary Spaulding made ft ruling today that Inmbor imported from Canada prior Wth but entry of which was not completed that date is entitled to the lower rate of duty for lumber in tho oxisting rariir law Octo is the date fixed by the Dominion Govornnient for removal of the export duty on lumber THE HSTI3EM FOR MELbna There was a meetingof the tho Supremo Court of the United States today for the purpose of expressing the estcern in which Chief Justice Miller was heldby tlic attorneys who practiced before the Court A committee was pointed to prepare reso lufcions comnicriiorative of tlie servieos of filler aud the meeting adjourned until December Oth when tho resolutions will be reported A very of lawyers throughout tho country Is expected to attend tiliis Tho Court met at noon but being without a quorvmrimmediately adjourned SILVER The amouritof silver oiVered to the Trcas dry today was ounces Tho amount nurohasBci was ounces as follows i7 000 ounces at 50 OOU at 5 at at at THE APPEAL OF CT3BA Tho State Department has received a copy of the of the recorit meeting of the Commttrce at tlavaua with ref erence to the McKInley bill and tho qutis tion of reciprocity statement which was transmitted to the Spanish Minister of Colonies was accompanied by a letter from tbo president of the Chamber which sbows the existence of seutimentfavora blo to reciprocal relations with the United States The statement was sentto thoMin response to a request from him ask ing for suggestions as to any modification desired in the Cuban tarill iwriter says in part The New Cubantariff proposed by Spain must be preceded by a repeal of the act of 18S2 because that act createsinsuperable obstacles to the development of the foreign commerce of Cuba wbich is indispensableto the cultivation of its products It is the opinion of all snys that the greatest niarket for Cuban goods is the natiOQ whose ports lie at its very door The Chamber of Commerce does nob hesitate to affirm taattho United States are to be regulators of the cereal market just as England is of the money market The law makers of the Unjted States know perfectly well that the people whom they represent bave an abundance of tbe necessaries of know that by im posing heavy duties upon the man uf tured goodsof Europe they f de velopment of tbair own industriesi compel the welltodo classes to pay Indirect taxes and have no cause to fear European repris als beoause such would have apply tov cereals metal petrol eu which are tbe very nations absolutely require United Icares but little f or reclprocityXwith Europe for they know Europo has them and tb ey w i 11 grant it refuse It as s uit their own interests They care a great deal however with the riatipnsof America Attention ia called to the fact tb raz u is preparing tip socurie tbe the U n ited S tatos for its su gar The in an her in of beirig the chief coffee producer is alluded to tb 1 usm ay b a ppen with regard to The letter an expression of v receive tbe ti attentibn it f6undedithevwTiters able in v the thinky sugar niay CUICAGO Oct Kx ecu live Fair a i be referred tn a Commission and inj the commit of Space todays meeting of of tho Worlds Harris of Vir which he asked ncoouiumittee ofthe rhe Uical directory direct to consider the advisa MISSISSIPPI ox White Counties Cut IiOOSO IVom the jj A A Wnl nn a1 An A eri bility of appoiining a conference com mittee of the bodies to act perniauenily with relation to subois in which both are interested If this proposition is adopted it will result in the creation of a body both boards which would probably be in almost continuous session in the city and would exorcise supervision over all theprncticiil administration of exposi tion affairs The DirectorGeneral submitted a report urging the adopuon of a system of bureaus for expediting the work of ihe Exposition He announced the appointment of General F IT Armstrong as his assistant to be sent to the different Scutes to assist iu organiza tion A subcommittee of tbe Committee on Classification submitted a Deport reviewing the entire work of the comniittee and mak ing of th6 number of acres of lldor space and uncovered ground required forthe various displays sis follows Agri cultural hall 15 acres horticultural hall iVacres with an outside space of 25 live stock 100 acres no estimate of buildings fisheries 2 acres mineral palace 5 ma chinery hall 20 transportation 20 besides an open space electrical palace 4 manu facturerspalace 10 fine arts gallery 5 The space to bo covered by the Federal buildings and those of foreign aud Stuto governments and special and private hibitors arc not included in these estimates Professor Blakes report pave a system of substantially the same as that adopted a fortnight ago except that he pro poses ti separate department for transporta tion railways vessels vehicles and also a separate department entitled Ethnology archeology and the progress of labor and The matter Of a separate de partment for music and he loaves for tho Commission to discuss AN EXECUTIVE TINDERBOX JACKSON Oct JO inontal report of tho Loirtsl nIatiucto State for tbis ird last section thcivui The shall supplo iw Oomniiueft iakou up The socond ivls as follows powor to con THE WHITE HOUSE IN FINE CONDI TION TO BURN Tho Tntroflnctln of Electric Wires In creases ttie Timbors and Joists Kotten WASHINGTON Oct Franoisco Dis sent to tho of additional territory by this State and to mako v part ind tiie Legislature may consent to tho ion of atjoilur Ssio or Territory to bo formed in whole or In part out of a portion of this State rhe consent of tho Uniurd States shall bo civen thereto and vlie Loirislature may olvo dispuud bouniiaries between this its coter minous States whenever smh This is rtirarded by the dolcjiatos from tho black oounxios as an Jutimnvion that tho white countios may at some future time make an attempt vo secede from tho black counties aim leave them to struggle aloua with the race problem n M L Criminal Located la ti Mississippi Town NEW ORLEANS ASSASSINS CAUGHT SOME W II AT A S TOMS H E D An Invalid Baptized to Reformed Gambler Tarred and Feathered at Record of Crime Charles Adams Discovers That Ke Has ji Son 47 X jars Old VASDALIA Oct Dis Francisco Chrmiclc Serlos Fortyseven years ago Charles Adams was superintendent of the schools of Elhsigham county Ho courted and nmrried Miss Sarah Houston of this county and one yetr after their marriage he suddenly disap peared Soon after Adams left i burn to Mrs Adams She died child was adopted by its grand parents j grew to manhood and is now a veiltodo j farmer living two miles west of Vundalia j Adams had hoard that both his wife and j child had died and ho wont to New York j and married again Ills second wife died i last August and since then he has been j traveling in the South and West Three j weeks ago ho passed through here and in quired about friends without making known his identity Yesterday he returned and to I his astonishment found after an absence of fortyseven yours that his son William whom he supposed dead was alivoand well todo AUSTRIAS MAD SCHEME Oct to is jeported here that Turnivnl who muvdorod five people on Horse creek has boon captured at Ellisville Miss mtiu who know him well was sent thoro last week and tele praphod back that ho had jdeutiUed him beyond a doubt The Sheriffleft on tho morning train for Viississippi It looks as though tho worst murderer ever known in son was j Nebraska had captured and the BAPTIZED TO DEATH FOOLISH DETEKMJXATIOX TO ADOPT A GOLD Gold She TFill lie Forced to Dispose of in Silver and Negotiate o of CHICAGO Oct special from Now York says A cable received here yester placing of electric wires throughout tho building Recent renovations and repairs to the building have disclosed more than ever the tinder like conditionof the entire Thoro is not a joist or a timber comprising a vital point in tbo structure which is not baK rotten and decayed and highly The ihc ceilings of tho rooms and floor of the next ropm above is half decayed fine dust which would1 act HlfO a train of powder in commun icating lame from room to room with light ning like rapidity Between the ceilings of tho upper floor and the roof of the house is a space three feet high something like an the joists and timbers are exposed and being very difficult of access a ire could get a start hero sufficient to make tho destruction of the building Workmen have about completed the placing in position wires which will furnish olectlc lights to the mansion All the wiro has boon insulated with rubber Not a naked wire will be strung and extraordinary precaution has been exercised that no wire should cross another bub even then lire is not out of the range of possibility whore electric wires come in proximityto inflammable matter oCUKED OS HYDROPHOBIA Successful Treatment of an Ad vanced Case of the Rabies TRENTON N Dis Francisco Chronicle Medical experts are Interested in the case of Mrs William A Maxson who a week ago wasin the throes of genuine hydrophobia but is now pronounced cured by her attend ing SHe has been improving all the past woek but yesterday for the first time since she was taken with the disease she was able to sit up in bed and enjoy a meal of milk toastand poached eggs From the Wednesday preceding until Sunday last tho woman barked and snapped A dog and the strength of was to bold her down passed from ono spasm into another Dr Rogers and other physicians say there is no doubt that it acase of genuine rabies the cure is most remarkable after the disease had reached such an advanced bite which brought onthe at tack was pet dog five years ago Mrs Maxson is 32 years of age She of and the mother of several children DEM AND THE SHORT TON Trouble Brewing Amoiif the Rock Springs Miners CHETTJNKIC to a massmeeting yesterday the miners at Bock Springs the most im portant coal camp in the State decided to demand of the Union Pacific coal depart reduction of the miners ton from 2250 2000V The men owingto a shortage of cars and motive power are working only about two days a week very uneasy Selling tlie Cottou Belt sf i1 The Missouri and division of St Louis Arkan saw Texas railway commonly known as the Cotton extending irota Birds Point oppos Texar kana was sold at auction today It was purchased by1 the Reorganization Com Louis Fitzgerald president of the i former company the bidder The1 Texas will be sold under a similar decree at Waco Steers party of meivem ployed by Lake Shore road in1 v the cduiitryvfor Western cattle wbich escaped wrecked train daV tbis afternobnr depot them ugly def y iagtne best efforts of their captors to keep cpntrpl breaklng away and at taokln g severar people stree te T wp tes toi all ifpolnte i i n are of gravest import Considerable anxiety has been caused of lato j day contained statements which if truc itptbe Government officials and others who visit the White House daily in regard to tho possible danger of fire to tho historical old structure and its occupants arising from tho It is said the Austrian Government has completed a scheme Cor putting tho finances of tho em pire on a specie basis and adopted a gold standard It is also stated that it is in tended to create gold specie reserve by loan and convertpaper florins into gold at a fixed rate of This matter has boon discussed for weeks past ia European journals The verdict of thinking men has been that an attempt to do such a thing at the present time would bo madness The plan would include tho ridding of theA ustroHungarian bank of 000 llorins or in and exchanging it for gold of the notes of florins would be The remaining to be exchangeable for gold In order to accomplish all this a gold loan I would have to raised The London Ecownnist estimated the amount of loan required at Where could any country however good its credit raise at tho present time On Friday last the entire stuck of gold in the Bank of England was only Everybody knows that England Is trying get gold The Bank of Germany had October and wants more The Bank of Franco had francs but is unwilling to part with it An attempt to raise such a loan would give rise to the most serious monetary dis turbances tbe world over Then too tho attempt to dump ia silver on tbe market at present would cause the price to drop so that the operation would entail a great loss to tho Austrnliungarian Bank although It could possibly market the silver at higher prices than it gave for it origi nally Thinking men in this country refuse to believe the A BAD SPECULATION an Invalid Was Saved toy Re ligious Fanatics PKKRY TiinJUJnE Dis San Francisco Chronicle Wiliium Kiilingor and wife who reside about three miles from here attended a series of revivals last summer and hitvo since been what tho neighbors cair religion With them lived Fillingers mother who has long been physically frail It worried FI1 linger and his wife that the elder woman was u nbantizefl and yesterday they decided that tho necessary rite should bo performed although tho poor woman was confined to her bod unable to rise Talcing water to her room thoy began tho ceremony by dashing waterIn her face and continued it until from tin shock and exhaustion their victim ceased to struggle The horrl fiinl fanatics then discovered too lato that she was dead Soon afier neighbors wore to the house and discovered tbe dead body and took charge of tlio nearly crazed pair They also rescued a Httlo child who thoy assert the couple was about vo submit to a similar deadly baptism Tlio couple were brought hero and arraigned before Esquire IJoIt and then taken to jail at Coruana The inquest will be bold Mon day THE CORN DODGER OLiTJB An Disastrous Results of an Alleged Sil ver Pool of Congressmen CHICAGO Oct Washing is a painful rumor in circula tion here to the effect that members of Con gress who went into a pool for the purchase of a large qnantityof silver before the bil 1 passed have beenunable to dispose of their holdings and are to carry them some months before silver reaches the quotation of a month or six weeks ago It is understood that the pool represents in silver purchased at prices ranging from to After the passage of tho act quotations ran up as high as Si JO butspeculators In New York unloaded so rapidly and so much was shipped to this country from England that the was flooded aod the Congressmen weie un able to dispose ot tho large quantity they purchased GOVERNOIt CAMPBELL MAD Organization of icxttn Youths Fonr WORTH Texas Oct Francisco Chronicle Series There were big developments in tlio mystery surrounding what is as tho Corn Dodgor Club in Fort Worth yesterday It is an orgnnizsition of boys ranging in ago from 7 to 1 years many of them huving been recently arrested police for qotnplicity in petty thefts and burglaries but on Account of their youth and the small value of takings they have not been prosecuted Todav six of the boys are in iiil and a clothing dealer named Hall who is charged with concealing goods stolen by the boys It is also learned that the Corn have branchesin Dallas Waco Marshall Austin and Houston Texas also in Denver Colorado andprobaibly in other places They have a codeof signals and other secret means of communication It is not known whether Hall is afAhc head of tho organization or not BOTH ARE DEAD A Vicious Kansas Youth Kills Sweetheart and Kimself CiiAmTON Iowa after nton Elenor Oliver arrived hero from Kansas hired a livery team drove to the little town of Freedom went to the house of Mr Tuttle and requested to soe hia daughter with whom ho was iu Ho requested the girl to marry him She re tuned saying that she was too young Oliver pulled a revolver shot tho girl tlirough the temple causing death He turned the weapon upon himself and fired a ball through his head in tbo samo place he shot the girl He Jived m an un conscious condition until when he died THIS ONE STrtij MVBS Oct The Speaker of the House Snubs His Private Secretary CotUMBUS Oct lower branch of the Legislature reconvened thia afternoon the Senate having adjourned to tomorrowi Governor Campbell sent a mes sage to the Honse but the Speaker refused to recognize his private secretary Governor Campbell looks upon the action of the Speaker as a personal insult The suggested a board of employment for Cincinnati tobe appointed by the Mayor until the election in April Tbe messnge will go to thelSeurite t Steamers Overdue NETT YORK Oct At a lato hour to nijjht tbe new steamship of tlie North German Lloyd Line was not re ported although duo early Sunday The agent ay that he eotertaiued no fears Tor her safety however as such severe weather prevailedon irho Atlantic the past week tb at she must have been delayed while the may become over heated Tfce France of the National Line is several days overdue and bor agents are becoming somewhat worried White River Utes Inyade Cooper today received information number of River Utes had been off of the reservation tinje aud had oyer into Gpiorkdo r from TJ tab killing sheepand cattle in Eoutt county The Gpvernor at take steps hayetbejndiinadriyeajback f lawyer Mrs Smith Is U 22 was shot and killed this afternoon by Ramon Lopez whoso atten tions she refused to receive He then fired two shots at himself withouteffect soon tried ineffectually to shoot tbo poiiccman who arrested him A OF TAR AND FEATHERS An BxCamblcr Adorned Chi cago Street CHICAGO Oct curious assault friin ade on an exgambler named J B Qulrm Two men held him up In a dark spot on Lake street or the edge of compelled him to strip to the and bucketful of liquid larou a portion of his body and then added some feathers by way adornment The assailants knocked him down and kicked him repeat edly rendering him unconscious He was found by some people strolling iark and the police but with no trace of the assailants has been posing as a reformed writing a book on gamblers to incurred the enmity of the f nitv although prominent scout the idea that any such voked the attack More Assassins Arrested Oct and Vincent arrested and released were arrested again day and coinmitted to the parisbprison cbiwd with beiug accessories sinatiori of Chief of Prom what can be leaniedl there Is oardlyany doubt but the five who committed the crime and tbe thefoulplot are athonff now in jail One or two spiraiors at large v question of time before bclind tbe bars and it Is safe tosay when the thojpolice able to prod ucesufficient tor sendthe entire Drunk Et PASO Preiichman Arizona paramour antor of the hotclineard A to locate maid Into i t I V WvLfeM ;