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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING ALL THE OTHER DAILIES CITY COMBINED THE N3C3ST EXTENSIVE VSIVE X BEST ADVERTISING fiEDIUM ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION 24 G LAKE CITY TJTAS MOKNTNG SEPTEMBER 22 1890 PRICE FIVE CENTS 2 3 TALES FROM OVER THE SEi Balfours Irish Cnwde Creates Dis sensions in the Wind THESALISBDRY GOVERNMENT WfcAKENEO How a Kentucky Colonel pJInea an EnfiHsh Hotel Clerk The Troubles of a Gorman A Daughter iVlio Became a and Died in Poverty Sept jan Francisco Ciuontolo semis Hhat after all thunderbolt out of t clear sky has left tho Irlsli patriots un scathed and has fallcm into tho 01 the ministry with startling effect Ills boom erang haft turned baclc and knocked the heads of hla own friends and colleagues to gether in a man nor almost unprecedented Tho arrest of tho Turnolllto luadorR bnK once more placed Bulfour and Gosc on in tho lists against each other and tho divided In a fair way to disgrace Itsolf bofrro all and all because thoHolflsh tyninn oil illopi cal and aggressive nophuw of tho mo Min ister whom tho latter made Ohio Secretary for Ireland has h tempnr arul arbltrarllyjusod hln dospoJc power ovor tho lives of tho people Ireland to exhibit his little brief authority and act STho result may bo a very aorlous cabinet crisis The fact is tho arrest of O Brlcn and Dillon and other niotnbors of tho Houso of Commons and Irish patriots Ilalfour tho policeman has nabbed are causing a violent quarrel tho minlstero who fro already loud hi protest against thesu orooetjdlngs It Hoerns that tho arrests occurred without tho assent or evon knowlwlfio of tho other niombors or tho cabinet oxcopfc a few oholco spirits Rulfour In doing this foolish thliiK consulted only Lord Salisbury Ash hournoandMr Smith A report that Is credited in tho Conservative Club Is that Gosehon has domandud that Lord Salisbury shall convono tho cabinet at tho earliest possible moment for the purpose of talclnR tho opinion of tho ministers on Balfours action 11 Tho Irish Soorotarys hhhharirlod con duct finds defense only In rabid Tory nows napors none but those which are nlhully Biiiisorvlent to tho worst features oi tho Cioorolon Government of Ireland prosurrilntf to Stand up lor It Tho Unionist Spectator siVfi that tho stop Is at leastunfortunate In a word tho effect of Balfours folly has boon to Rroatly atronKthon tho cause of Iroland and to woeCully weaken tho balls bury Government WENT ON HIS KNEES How Kentucky Colonel Disciplined an English Hotel Clerk LONDON Sept Dispatch San IYanclsoo Chronicle Series Popper whisky fame who has boon on a wedding tour lo Europe sailed with his wife on tho Sorvla for Now York followed by tho blessings of many American visitors to London who huvcfctopped at the Hotel Motropolo Iho employees of this establishment have novor boon rioted for oourtosy to American ffuosts and this has boon tho case durlnR tlu pres ent season particularly ns tho groat Influx of transatlantic travelers has made hotels fool Independent It was reserved for Colonel Popper however to introduce olaol P Tlu Colonel and his wife oarao homo from the theater one night this week Mrs Pop per at once pot Into an elevator while her husband stopped up to the desk for his key Tho niffht clerk o particularly haughty imtl pompous person was talking to an En Kltshman oloso to tho koyboard but though Colonel Popper askod blm or four tlrnCHfor bis koy the clork paid not tho sllrhtost attention till bo bad finished his conversation Voppor took this oalmly enough but when ho got Into the elevator tho Englishman who had boon talking to tho olork said I bog your pardon sir but I think you really ought to know why jtbat olork was so Inattentive Ho said to mo when you first askod for your koy Hes only an Ameri can lot him Tho Colonels Kentucky blood suddenly aprmw to a boiling boat Ho sprang from the elevator and whipped a pistol from his pocket out from uohlad that desk ho shouted to tho olork quick comoarvmnlngl Tho cleric oamo and ho oaruo running likewise porsplrlns with torror His was nshen and though ho was trying to speak his lips moved like the jaws of an expiring trout and no sound curno from thorn Fifty pooplo lu tho grout corridors rushed up to 900 what was tho matter Got down on your orloct Pepper in an awful voice relapsing Into Kentucky vernacular Got down on your knees or Ill shoot your soar Tho terrified olork hesitated but u second and came clown to his kucos on tho mnrblo floor cried tho Kontucldan on apol ogize to everyAmerican whoever stayed hero for your Impudence to pooplo who koou your hotel go luffBopoat what I say 1 all Americans In Say It quick apologize to all tho Americans in Lon stammered tho clerk all my previous incivility contin ued tho Colonel sternly For all my previousIncivility faltered tho victim I horoby solemnly troat all Americans with respect and considera tion hereafter Quick Say it Tho menial obeyed and Popper then allowed hi in to riao and retire behind his desk tbo humblest and most crestfallen clork in any hotel anywhere Then the Colonel showed his pistol to the assembled multitude It is onii I picked up in a curiosity shop In Purls for a friend who has a collection of old and ancient ho said and it has not been loaded for a hundred Up to date the Mctropolo clork has kept his vow to troat all Americans with respect THE PRINCE ANJ THE PAUPER A Protege of Kinfa and Queens Dies in Poverty PARIS Sept San Francisco Chronicle few days ago occurred tho funeral of a woman whose career bas boon of the mostremarkable romantic Of and had for many years by several oC thecrowned heads of Europe as a dear their family but durjrtsrtho latter portion of hor life she pointedly ignored slighted and oven proclaimed imposter by all ber forn erly so friendly royal relatives whose lin imoslty toward hor oven far as to allow suffer downright want In the recent editions of tho Almanac de Octha bcr iigures as tho Baroness Von Eubeni stein She was tho wife of Prince Leopold SaxepobnrgGothiu While wife brother Iving Ferdinand of nothing more than the daughter 6f a Boston the consort of Prince Leopold was jtlje ortly chiltlof a Viennaprofessorcf of va almost out of its senses by tho announce ment that tho popular and chivalrous Prince Leopold had contracted a marriage with tho attractive and captivating daughter of dressmaker Frau The dismay of his royal and Imperial relations was In creased hy the discovery that instead of her with his left hand and thus rendering tho union merely a morganatic one he had actually tendered her his right hand tho ceremony being performed by Cardinal llaudcber Leopolds wife became popular with roy alty Sbo made tho acquaintance and carried on correspondence with Queon Vic toria thu royal families Portugal and Belgium and with the reigning duke of KiixeOoburgGotha AlthoiTgh sho fre quently vjsltert Vienna she mostly resided In thlK city whore there was loss distinction made between her rank and hor husbands than at etlquuttobound Vienna and Berlin A more devoted couplo it was impossible to conceive and their charming house bore on the Hue Spoiitiiil near tho Boulogne WUK noted for its magnUlcent hospitality About live years ago Leoiiuld died Like many other he had boon thought less enough to neglect to make any special testamentary provisions for his wife and oniy son Francis being convinced that no one would venture to contest her marriage right to his fortune lu that supposition however he was mistaken for tho last broath had scarcely loft his body when his oiVects and property wore seized In behalf of his sisterinlaw and nephew Tho royal uil desorted tho poor woman the Immense property of her husband went to IMncoss Clementina and tho wife died In poverty THE TROUBLES Ofi1 A COUNT His Corps dc Ballet Mistress Drives Him to Suicide BKHMP Sept fTuuiONEDispatch San Francisco ChronMe Scries auleldo In high Ufa has just occurred hero Count Sohiunmburg Llppo shot hlinsolf last riltfht through tho head at his rooms The Count Is of high birth as bo is 11 cousin of his Serene Highness tho Prince of Schaum burg Lippo who was at one timo reported Lo bo engaged to 1rincoss Victoria He was only years old Iior a long time ho lias boon leading a fast life The Count was a grout thcatovgoor and some timo ago ho woriC with a partyof frlonds to tho Kreidrioli Wllholm Thoator Here ho became Infatuated a ballet girl engaged in Onoof his friends was acqualntod with tho young lady who is known as Yaululii Hanson and ho Insisted that sho should bo Invited to supper that evening as ho wished to bo presented The Count was enchanted and begged her per inlsskm to owll which sho gave They became close friends and for a timo tho Count remained always by tho side of Ills charmer nut as tho novelty woro oil tho desire grew upon him to fioquonli Mio clubs which Jio was acftnstoniod tu visit and ho used often to be out Mil late Irauloin Hanson re sentoc this treatment andisorno odd stories roauhod tho Count that sho was to be seen at supper with some of his friends At longth evidence as to hor infidelity brought by one of his friends was strong to bo dismissed as before Last night lie roUirned to his room un known to any of thorn Tho koopor of tho apartment howovor tiio mother of tho woman iio adored hoard him and Mils inonUng calling her daughter told her that tho Count had returned They went to his room and knookou but received no reply KnUilng they found him dead 15 very thing was in orflor and on tho table wore found several letters One of thorn was adclrossod Lo Miss Hanson in which ho upbraided hor for hor lack of fidelity to him and at the sumo timo assuring hor thai In spite of nil ho still loved her There wofo letters addressed to Prince Schaumburg Lippo and to several his in whluh ho repeated tho story of his affection for Vrauloln Hanson and flo clarod that her extravagance which had involved him In heavy debts and hor un faithfulness woro tho causes of Ills taking hlsllfo Cclivsan to Be Prosecuted LONDON Sent at THUIUNK Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Tho latest news which has boon received In this city from Buonoa Ayroa contains a forecast of tho jiroposcd prosecution of tho oxPresi dont of tho Republic Juarez Colman for his omboxxlornent of public moneys while In oillco and Inquiry Is now proceeding for tho purpose of discovering when1 ho placed tho fortune of which ho realized wlille his fingers hold the purso strings of tho country Tn tho meantime his life is carefully guarded and his release from cus tody appears to depend entirely upon his llsgorgomcnt of his alleged illgotten wealth Quite ft Different Osman LONDON Sept Dispatch San Fninoisco Chronicle Tho Os man who lost his life when tho Turkish frigate foundered in Japanese waters has been takon to be the Osman Pasha who do do foatcd Iho llusslans In a pitched battle and was taken prisoner when Plovna fell This Is erroneous Tho seaman who per ished was n viewadmiral of tho Turkish Boot and soninlaw of Pessian Pasha min ister of this marine He was first captain of tho illfated Ertograul The Kaiser a Military Genius LONDON Sept Tiwcai Berlin correspondent says It is the clear and deliberate opinion of those best entitled to juclgo uud not flattery that Emperor William during tho recent rriahcouvers dis played singular strategical ability both as an active and as a critic of the conduct of others in the Hold and shows In dications of military genius of very high Otlds in Fivvor of Mac K Sept 21 In tho betting on tho SlaviuMoAulillo Is a fa vorite odds laid on him TlmIvoics protests lagalnst tho SlavlnMc A till ffo light Itsayis The parterre will bo grievously disappointed unless thoy got blood for tholr It Is tho same as If they woro permitted Indulge in pleasure in open dolljuico of tliio spirit of tho According to the latestschedule tho SlavlnMcAuUtVo flgat vrill take place to morrow night An clnstraliniu Arbitration Sept Tho labor h us sent telegrams to John Burns request ing hlm to prevent the engagement otfor elgu labor in England Also announcing that It Is proposed thjat Oardiraal Morau the Chief Justice of and tho Premier of Quoousland act as arbitrators and that it has been agreed to abido by their de cision Floods in France Sept 21 A storm at Jkrarsoilles toiday flooded riiany houses caused1 great damage to roadways and destroyed au im Tnenso amount of property jn tho Throo persons woro killedand several ivired by the falling of x noavy rains and floods are reported In parts of tho South of Fratvco NX Sept rTho shareholders of the Cape oLGood Hope Bank are uiidor a reserve liability to pay thrico the amount actually calloil liabilities of lank amount to due mq July customers v Forty Turks kijjled r Sept A conflict has takon and AiunQniuns au Iti which forty killed ctiiefly Boy is men good with death Blectiori lliot f tho portiugncso clty of seventeen kllledand many Vi NOTES FROM THE CAPITAL Congress Will Soon Be ReadyFor an AdjonnimeuL BILLS THAT REQUIRE CONSIDERATION A Sugar Points Out Defects in theTaizfiTJillTho Sugar Bounty Will Be aFarceThc Conferees Session WASHINGTON Sept Tho unfinished business buTore UiujSonsiUi is the bill for the relief of the Supremo Jourt Probably some acUon will bo taken on tins and the bill for a court for privuto land claims but it is dif ficult to say what it will be The bills next on the order of business are the two labor bills md hoy will bo called up at tho first opportunity An asruernent of the conferees on tho tarill is not probable before Tuesday or Wednesday In LUmso the LangstonVenablo con tested election uasH bus reached the previous qiiostiou and retiulres TnrLbeiaction before any otlier business can be touched Tho liupublicaiin to htivo a quorum of own flfonclay or Tuesday Wlial the election case depends largely upon HJ Tarin1 bill When that measure and the General Deficiency bill are disposed House will bo practically ready to adjourn AiStJOAlt PROTEST Henry A oxTreasury Depart ment siiKar says hosunta letter to conferees on tho Tarill1 bill embodying a rigorous protect against the proposed sufi reschedule says the schodulo as it stands a cioitiplete sitrrftnclor of the peoples intorosLsto the foreign producers ntid tin riidiiers It again opens tho door o frauds which were scotched bnl not killed by tho bill of filji roll 1SS3 Brown wants a proviso milled Chat all sugars not above Nos which ever lino iii color testing abovo SO degrois shall pay a duty of iiK of a cent i pon nd iinflfiHiO ofa cent per pound iidfiitional for degree ov fraction of a degree above HO AVithoufc some such pro viso Llio bounty will be L The proviso would also afford some to tho molasses hollers IN The Keuublioau etniferrtes on TarllV bill were in all day today One of them said tonight til at1 ho with the progress Lo regarding Lho lie thinks it likely that tho report will he finished by Tuesday MUS K MONTS DESTITJJTION She Is Very 113 With Not n Dollar in the Ho use Los Jessie Ben ton Kromout wiclou of tho late GCiieial John 0 is quite sick at hor resi dence on T wenty third sluebt in this city To n reporter who called at the residence this evening ta inquire after Mrs condition hor claughler stated that tbe family ares in very straightened clreuiu stanccs tliero not a dollar in tho houso and thoy are on tho verge oC aclaal destitution CLEARINGHOUSE EXCHANGES Salt Lake Still Up in She TwoMil lion BOSTON to THE TRIB The following table from dispatches from the clearinghouses of the cities named shows the gross exchanges for last week with the relative per cont of in crease and decrease as against similar amounts for the corresponding week in 1SSO York Boston Chicago i Philadelphia St Louis itlsbiirg liil i j Jinuiuiiati Hilflillo o isvi W7 Milwaukee Now Orleans Cleveland Omuhii IProvidc Si Paul Columbus Richmond Memphis JJllIlllS 326 Hartford Portland St Joseph Seattle WasliiiUiton Jeorhi Ft Worth Norfolk Portland Ale Worcester Galvoston 11 1 Tacoma U Sioux Wilmington timml Rupids Syracuse Chattanooga Lowell Birmingham l Des lAloines Lincoln Los Angeles Lexington Ky Isew Hedford Montreal Halifax Toledo I Ijiikc 3 ester Totiil Outside o1 N Not incliuicd No clcaciuphousent this Lime hist your FIVE KILLED QUTR1BHT SUBIJKHAN CRASIIBS INTO AN EXCURSION Chicago tlio Scene of a Tcrritjli ors Crushed and Mangled Kad luxiids by Artesian Union of the Colonies GoorgoE Fulton of Adolnldo Aus tralia is at the Grand Pacilic I am oharmod with your lie said 1 havo put in tho day looking about I saw your Wriiidorfol wonderful I am sorry hat Iiiavonljscou more of tho States than I But I already liavp a stack of notes tliatouKlitto mnku a biji thick book Tf 1 wore Lo do business here I know what I should put my money In and real estate Thofarmer I u A dolaiclo catr burrow money at cent Your farmers out to pay what is prnutioally 20 per cont and Thoy cant stand that you 1 wish more of you Americans It isnt far away OriTyathrco wpiiks voyage and we arc really your closest kin Our best mines in Victoria and olsowhcro woro dovelopcd by men from tho United States and groat Broken Hill sliver minos dividends on tho third Wednesday of every month woro brought to thoir present stage by men who had learned theCorn stock lodo in Nevada Chatloy Bros of San Francisco also doing groat things over our country pumping tho muddy waters of tho Murray on parched lands and raising the most beautiful fruits The governments ofthe Colonies havo expondpd millions in trying to reclaim tho interior bad lands of Australia by artesian wells but it willbe a matter of fifty years befpro tho lands bo yond tho rainfall Ihio will be worth talking thore is no lack of land there thnt is as often watered by rains as Is tho soil of England South Australia produces thirty or forty bushels of wheat to tho aero and good wheat It is too I havo seen your best growiug country and I have seen our best but England has tbo finest agricult ural lands of all pretty much all high protectionists out our way Wo have infant industriosthatmust bo nursed New South Wales is tho nearest free trade Each province is prqtocted ugainst the competi tion of tho Do you think Illinois would like it If Indiana had a tariff against Illinois products I think it would bo foolish and that is why I favor the federation of tho colonies so that we may have f rep trade with our own people I should bo glad if tho States should bo included in tholinter colonial free Tho standard of wages is about tho sjviwo in tho States as it is in Australia Wo have sctno wools which wo would like to exchange lor some of your goods Wo have a nice market out there which you ought a share Chicago Tribune A Boy Biirncd to Death N At a late hour tonight the country Tesi clerice of Mr Manchaster a wealthy New York broker to tidily destroyed by fire ters vtwelveearold SOD and Manchesters burned to death ExConiffressinian Scott 111 An Erie spe cial Hou lying at his home in this city anailment in tho stomach but while he is a very sick man the physicians are hopeful The MAKSEiMiBS the col canal squaremiles at liavei Hu udreds of tons of arid many head of A Parliament Dead CniCACOt Sept A terrj bio railroad accident occurred in tho por tion of tho city shortly aftor d ark this oyou ing AU H Q suburban train Uashod into an Illinois Central excursion returning from outside tho The collision re sulted in a frightful tragedy For a time i tlio con fusion was so great that oven auap proximate idea of fcho loss of lifu was im possible1 to obtain Tho first reports from the police had it that forty people probably had death while the railroad oITicials said that only two or three persons were known to have boon Within a half hour however Ivo mangled corpses bad been dragged out of the heap of broken timbers and twisted Iron that marked the spot whoro the collision took By this time it hud also been ascertained that jit least thirtylive people wore seriously JLirod and six others slightly Tlio collision Look place near Douglass Park and tho victims were excur sionists just reaching the city on their way homo from an outing The train crow when questioned asserted that they passed Mil lardavenue under a clear signal Mlllard avenue is only a short distance occurred and tho B Q crow claim that when tlio crash came the red lights on tlio rear of the Illinois Central train were burn with extreme dimnoss To this the fearful result following was attributed without hesita tion Ofcher people state that tho Burlington train was behind time and a reckless rate and that to this was duo the fact that tho engineer could not stopwhcn he saw tho Illinois Central lights too late The train was blocked aud waiting to be released when run into Tho dead are Lilly Diener Martha Diener Obto SchloeiT aged 17 ano two men unknown The fatally injured are Lena Keising Minnie Pilgrim and Eddie Torpe In addi tion to this a dozen other people were more or less seriously bruised and someolthem bad limbs fractured The conductor aud engineer of ihe Q train been ar rested Three Trainmen Killed COUNCIL BLUFFS rAfreight train on the Omaha St Louis road went through a trestle about seven miles from this city at an early hour ing Engineer Martin Eskridge Fireman Jos Burke and Braketnan K S Williams were killed The remainder of the crew es caped The trestle was approached around a curve and the engineer saw too that it on fire The train went fiftyfeot to tho bottom of the gulch Two B O Wrecks CoNNELLSvxLriE Sept A fast freight train on the Baltimore ran into another freight near hero today ihe engine of tho wrecked train went for as sistance and while returning through a flagmans carelessness was run into by a wrecking train Engineer Shields was killed and Tireman Cuphern and Fireman Beynolds loadly and scalded Tlie Boiler Exploded CHATTAXOOGA The boilerof an engine attached to a freight train on the East Tennessee Georgia Kailroad exploded tonight at Sher nvari Heights The engiueer and fireman were blown lib pieces and a brakeman seri ously injured The American Association Itw Membof KHkenny died tbduy whi mass tofluy A foughtbetween Bothd O1 I OVERAWED Toledo 6 Syracuse 4 St Louis 1 In the second game onl seven innings ere played the score standing ten to three in favor of St whcii st broke up ui i row The ordered out of the game GriJTm refused to go and was forfeted to by Q to nothing COLUMBUS i ColHtnbus G Baltimore 7 Columbus 7 Baltimore 4 LOUISVILLI r Athletics Athletics 3 Tiie Western Association Lincoln Milwiultee 1 liS Denver iVoiTi I Kansas City J Omaha ioTTX CITT 1 8 1 Sioux City A Gang of Montana florsetliievcs Ter rorize tho Settlers NO LIGHT ON THE MURDER MYSTERY The Bnrchcll Trial Commences To Dftgo Stiletto Finds Sov Pillory and Post in CriuiinaiKecoifl BUTTE Sept to TRIB Sheriffs posse who left hero Thursday afternoon to the al leged mysterious innnler affair which related by one Willard returned last night They brought back Bon Jones tho suspect whom they found at a cabin on Divide creek He does not answer the description given by Willard Wilhird still sticks to the sensational story of tho murder as given in these dispatches Friday night they have evidently niado out a case of mistaken identity in the arrest of Jones In personal appearance Jones is anything but a criminal and Willifrd will very prob ably not recognize him as tho man who shot another down in cold The officers in conducting tho search and trying to elicit information encountered great difficulty in getting the people resid ing in the vicinity to talk When asked the occasion of their reluctance they would call tho officers aside and confess that thoy were aware of the existence oC a band of horse thieves and desperadoes in the mountains but owing to the fear of the vengeance of the criminals they did not care to make themselves conspicuous in ferreting them out and assistingin their arrest They did not consider such action conducive to their personal safety nor tho security of their stock The condition of the country in that vi cinity if the stories of the o Ulcers are true is similar to that of tbe people of Clay county Missouri during the palmy days of tho James brothers The people seem com pletely awed and afraid on account of per sonal clanger lo openly assist tho officers though they would gladly do so in secret if assured that their action in the matter would not he made known The indications found by the Sheriffs all tend to confirm the commission of a murder but whoperpetrated tho deed or who tho unfortunate victim was has thus Car eluded solution The officers made diligent search for the body but as there are BO many places in that section where it could be secreted theirellorts woro unavailing and they returned without having gained any speeilic information Sheriff Lloyd will send out a pesse of twelve or fifteen men with instructions to scour the country from the scene of the alleged murder to its remotest confines in tho AN OFFICER KILTjISD The Desperate Deed a Drunken Tennessceah Sept Francisco Chronicle About noon today Policeman Hoyle at tempted to arrest George Thurmer for be ing drunk ind disorderly Thurmer was accompanied by his father Tho officer took charge of Thurmer and started for the City when he observed that his prisoner handed a pistol to his father Tho officer told the old man to consider himself under iurest and ho then started for tho City Hall He had not gone very far when the young fellow drew a Uealibre Colt and began fir ing at the officer Having pulled loose from him he fired three shots tho last passing through the bodyof thepatrolraan near the navel Both the Thurmers fied but the officers were quickly in pursuit and theshooter was captured just as ho had thrown off his coat to swim the Tennessee river He was lodged in lail The old man was found at his homo two miles east of the city unconscious from which he had taken with suicidal intent He was given an antidote and brought to the city and is now In the hos pital in a dangerous condition but with a chance of recovering The policeman is in a dying condition tonight THE 10 The Plan of the Prose cutions Case Weakened WOODSTOCK Sept Dispatch Francisco Chronicle case of Reginald Burchell for the murder of Ben well in February last will bo called to morrow morning Vrom all that can be learned the defense will be an alibi and that Benwell was alivo aftertbe date on murder was supposed to have booncommitted Detective Bluett who has been unceasing in his efforts to complete Burchells defense has secured two men is said will testify that tbey saw Ben well alive after tho 17th of February the7 supposed date of the murder Wit nesses will be brought Brantfora who it is saia will testify to the same effect of the prosecution is somewhat1 by the fact that it is reported thatNeville A Pickthall whose name was connected with the murder at one time as a saspecti and later as an important witness has disappeared and that he will not appear at the trial Burchell continues as confident as ever and shows the least concern of all connected with the case The will the entire week AND POST The Barbarous Punish meiit Inflicted on Delaware Offenders WILMINGTON Sept San Francisco Chronicle Three hundred spectators witnessed a whipping at Newcastle yesterday Six negroes and two whites for larcenies ceived from five to lashes each One George Cooper caiue to the post wearing patent leather shoes and nobby trousers ond took twenty lashes w thout exhibiting Much uiieaines Frank Bran ton after his twenty coolly diew a cigar fiom his pocket and lighted it Besides these whippings George Cooper a colored burglar John Byus col ored convicted of murderous assault and Samuel Long tor forgery each stood one hour in the pillory THE STILETTO Several Dagoes Rilled in a Stabbing Affray Sept stabbing affray occurred in th city tojright between a party of Italians Dominick Moscari was stabbed m tlie heart and killed Another name not known WAS probably fatally stabbed Antiomo Oetef stabbed under tbe left arm Joseph Newell was cut in the neck and has been arrested on suspicion of committing murder a stiletto was found in a closet boloiifiinc to Mm and his wife was scen to throw it thoro shortly after the murder Another knife was found on his wife and another in tinstreet Four others were arrested on suspicion A NATION A MAT MEETING Dillon Denounces the Government iti the Presence of Troops PUHMN Sept Tho Nationalists hold a meeting today at County Mayo Two hundred pouctMnon and 300 soldiers on tho ground John Dillon made a speech denouncing tho Government tactics ir with the Arrangements have boon made to hold a number of meeting in dilYorent pans of the country The next import ant moot ins will be of the central officers of the League at Dublin on Tuesday tho question of semVmp i mission to the United States will be decided BAITORS IN IKE GAMP Why fes Eastman of Boise Would Knife Candidate Coffin A BANK AND A BROTHERINLAW AT STAKE The Ijovcrs Oenmtotl NEW Tho bodies of tho yount Gorman aitross Emlie Rossi and hor artist lover Gustave Koch who committed suicide in a sensational manner Thursday were cremated at Fresh Pond this after noon A number of friends of onch of the dead accompanied the remains from the late residence and to tho crematory whoro short addresses were delivered No rolig ous ceremonies wero hold n in Peril OTTAWA Sept Tho double raft stuck in Ihiehosno rapids yesterday and so far no ollorts to road it have been successful Much excitement prevails tho position of the crew inosst peril ous It tho raft should break up it would be impossible to save thorn Only the CRESSON Sept Tresl dent and family spent a very quiet day taking a walk hi the forenoon and a vide in the afternoon The hotel is now being closed There is no one here but vhe Presi dents party The party will probably leave here next Thursday Governor Stevenson Dcatl CAHSOX Sept Clark Stevenson Governor of Nevada died of ty phoid fever at his resilience in this cily A NEW LABOR NOHTKWESTWKN ENGINEERS AND CONDUCTORS Tho IJrothcrhoocJ Enjinftors Kndovso Chief Arthurs Schema for a Fed drat on of CHICAGO Sept important com bination of the engineers and conductors employed on tho Chicago Northwestern system was formed today with the name of Association of Brotherhood of Locomo tive Engineers and the Order of Railway n Wells of Clinton was chosen chairman To a reporter lie said tho asso ciation was formed for mutual benefit its formation must not be taken he said an indication thattiny trouble is browing On tlie contrary the1 bcst offeeling tween the employees and tue management of tho Northwestern system feature of the agreement is tluit each or snnixation will aid tho other in case of any trouble with the company HRQTHKKHOOn UXOINEEKS 11EBT NKW YOJSK Sept srand union mcetinsr of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers with delegates present from all over tho country began here today Chief Arthur presided Tho mootingput Into the form of a resolu tion its views of Grand Chief Arthurs at titude in relation to the late strike on tho New York Central unanimously approving tho instructions given A significant fea ture of the meeting was the submission of a scheme for a federation of employees As the was secret the nature of tho scheme couldnot be learned TUB TKAINWRECKING KNIGHTS PHILADELPHIA Sept Master Workmau Powderly left the city today be fore the reporter could see him regarding the confession of the three New York Cen tral implicating Master Workman Lee In his absence Mr Wright of the general executive that until the confessions were published the board believed the accused men innocent but since thoy confess that they took part in tho wrecking the board will mako a thor ough investigation and lend every assist ance to tho authorities to bring the guilty party to Wright could nofc believo that Master Workman Lee had any knowl edge the affair PLEADS NOT Sept regards tho pub lished confessions of Cam and Buett in reference to attempts to wrecking on the Central road Master Workman Leo said tonight that he did not know Oarn or Buett and denied everything connecting him with either aiding or abetting the al leged train wreckers THE FATTEST GIRL YET A 450Pound Girl 10 Vears Old in Westmoreland County Pa Tho largest and heaviest girl of her ago that ever lived has been unearthed at the little village of Cokeville Westmoreland county near the Indiana county line about a quarter of a mile from Biairsville Inter section and Blairsvillc Her name is Delia Beck her age is and she weighs 450 Tho girl te the daughter of a respectable coal miner and is one of eight children Her parents are both of ordinary sixes and uono of ber brothers or sisters show signs of exceeding averagelimits in points of physi cal development One sister reached tho weight of H5 pounds at the age of 5 years but died at that period A Times reporter visited the Beck home found to be a suiliciently comely American girl strongand healthy and evincing fair iutellicrence When she was 5 years old she saSd she weighed 340 pounds been gaining steadily over since For some years past the in crease in her weight has been at the rate of one pound a While the reporter was present a dress maker came in and measured Delia for a dress Some ofthe measurements were as follows Sixtyone inches around the waist 34 inches around the bust 12 inches around the neck and 31 inches around the fleshy part of the arm Her bight is about 5 feet i Her feet are not long but are abnormally broad so that it is impos sible to procure ctny ordinary pair of womens shoes to Tho sanie dlfla culty is experienced in fitting her with ho e Hor mother explained that to meet the em barrassmentwhich this causes she beys two pair of hose for Delia and makes them Into one Dellis chair is a caiious piece of fnrni ture specially made for her and a settee intended for two people Her bed is lur with irvtrt suppeits DelU Tvas asked if she experienced difficulty in milking feh said but Jn going up stans I puft a little Considering her enormoui SJZQ she Is wonderfully light and active oii lier loec Compared with fanious fax women of his tory Delia Beck odtshines or rather out weighs them all when her age is taken in to account Hannah JSattersby the fattest woman that ever lived did not acquire her proportions until she was forty old Biff Winnie the colored lieavy woi JO before she made a re cord for herself Business Interests nnd Petty Spite Impel a Few Allowed Kcpnb licnns to Sock tho Partys The Malcontents Arc HOISE CITY Sept Special to Tin While Tho outlook for Kopubll oan socecss is good it boeomes nil pood Vio publieans to watch every point to see that enemy does not slip in unawares All ovor the Stato Kepublicans should shuu trading nnd vote tho Stato ticket straight In somo quarters nnd especially hero in liofso City danger lurks within the fold through petty spite cropping out In oppo sition to certain candidates Some Kepub licans so far forget party principles as to conspire to defeat certain Republican can didates and givo tho ofiices to Democrats Tho most noted case of this character is that of tho proprietor of tho Overland Ho tel which has bo long enjoyed a monopoly In business without being remarkable for public spirit in helping to build wp Boise City lie assumes in addition to running a hotel to bo a kind of political boss and de res that Frank Coihn shall not bd Stato Treasurer To accomplish this end Eastman is working night and day against Coffin all the timo clahnA ing to be a Kepnbliean Tho milk In this coeoanut is found in tho fact that tho boss has a Democratic brotherinlaw noted for his fonlty to the Democratic party and who is a clever fellow and whose election would phi co the Stato funds in tho bank of which is a large owner While there is a brotherly and moneyed consideration in this tho opposition to Cof fin is chiclly duo to tho fact that Coffin isa progressive man in building up tho town and country and is ono of tho owners In a water company which camo in direct com petition with Eastmans waterworks for Severn years holding a monopoly In supply ing the citizens with water for domestio purposes Because Eastman has been successful In getting nearly four hundred mail contracts and is counted wealthy ho Is hardly brainy enough to assume the dictatorship of Idaho It hardly becomes him to dictate to Repub licans how they shall vote and ho will find out that his persistent efforts to down CofOn wili not succeed Tho other candidates whom ho Is fighting will also come out victorious notwithstand ing his activity in buttonholing peoplo who COMJO to A man who will go back on his party nominees becauseof spite or of business interests should have no political Influence whatever His talk and clatter should go as the idle wind Frank Co Tin is ono of tho best men in Idaho His piivato life is without stain iii honor ho is unimpeachable in all tho rela tions of lifo a man Parties who havo have known Frank CofHn for thirtyflvo years vouch for him as a staunch loyal Republican Republicans should not bo misled by tho Eastman influence which la given in betrayal of the Republican nomi nees but see to it that the straight Kepubli can ticket is voted Parties hero are also trying to fix up trades on tho Legislative ticket for the pur pose of defeating Dnbois but they are known and spotted and outside of a certain gang will have no influence Tho Stato ticket is secure unless somo of the candi dates are defeated through potty spite and personal interests but tho greatest danger lies In the selection of members of the Leg islature where the Senatorial question cen ters Despite Eastmans more than brotherly interest In tbo Democratic nomineo for State Treasurer and his opposition to Frank Cof fin it is almost certain thatCofiin willlead his ticket hero in Boiso City Republicans should allow no man to tamper with their party loyalty In such a critical time as this when the political destinies of Idaho tremble in the balance the Republi can who tho cause or plays into the hands of the enemy is a traitor to his party and he who doubts is damned politically Roberts in the Coeur dAlene Idaho Sept Special to SB 6 en eral Roberts spoke here last night to the largest audience that ever sembled in tho Coeur dAleno J Tho crowd overflowed the hall and extended out into the street and to tbe sidewalks The Generals speech was a masterly vindication of protection and the record of the Republi can party The streets were filled with cheering and enthusiastic crowds airs McMillan Suicides UK Sept Mrs Fanny McMillan divorced week ago s Fred McMillan Fay Templeton was found dead In her room in the hotel thit morning having committed suicide with She was a cousin of George Campbell of Ohio All her possessions worth sho left to a chambermaidin the hotel who had been kind to her The AUbie Clifford Lost NEWYORK Sept 21 The steamship from Bermuda brought Captain Stover and six sailors of the ship Abbiey Clifford wbicli was lost at sea 200 miles off the Bermuda coast in the We hurricane of August 3lst Stoverwife of the cap tain was drowned A Youths Companion BOSTOX Sept bury assistant editor of i tbe died this moraiogv aged Her TJapoetical Algernon I wish we had a big Aug c The for my Zenobla v The Poets keep the wolf from the i Tne Desired Result J f V TVcll Is your visit to tbe seaside havteff the desired effect roadaiu Oh1 yos doctxir my has already become ISill She Pleaded Not Who wrote the asked thlra erJntendent severely ihn a1 U in the infant class began to cry It Jumping This umbrella i boughtft did yov A ;