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TWB2JTTTTHIBD YEARo ISO 94 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1892 PBICE FIFE CBISTS
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i A DAY OF
f DISASTER
Awful Railroad Wrecks
Yesterday
TWO TRAINS COLLIDE
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Resulting In the Death of Thir
teen Persons
FIRE ADDS HORROR TO THE SCENE
Human Beings Burned Before the Eyes of
liescners Robbers Wreck a Train on
the Santa Fe Which Results in
the Death of Four Persons
Other Wrecks
CLEVELAND Sept 2L What will un
doubtedly prove the most disastrous acci
dent in tHe history of thePittsburg Fort
Wayne Chicago railway took place early
this morning near Shrove The fast east
bound express train collided with a west
bound freight botn running at lull speed
The collision occured on a sharp curve and
in a cut where neither crew were able to
see the other train approaching Immedi
i
ately after the crash
XXAMCS BDKST FORTH
and it is believed bat only two or three per
sons were killed outright the others hav
ing been pinned down and slowly roasted to
death
Thirteen burned and blackened trunks
were taken from the wreck They are
GLOHGE SMITH fireman Crestline
D E REESE postal clerk Mussillon
H S ALLEN postal clerk ColumbIana
G C MA N postal clerk Chicago
J U PATTERSON postal clerk Beaver
Balls PD
A D GLENN brakeman Allegheny
N HAMMOND fireman Allegheny
SAMUEL JACKSON express messenger
Tannage Pn
There are five unidentified bodiesinclud
inc those of a lady and a child Some of
Those unidentitled were bound for Alliance
and others for Espeyville Pa The seri
ously injured are
FRANK BunT Crestline engineer of the
express train
> JAMES Eu > s Sandusky passenger
G STOKER Pittsburp Pa
D D RHODES Mahonington Pa
A H W Bnow Huntington Ind
L KOCH llasRillon O
M ARMSTRONG Npblesville Ind
J EARNEST Millville iv J
Two postal cars filled with through
t mail one express car and three freight
cars were consumed by fire This after
noon 50000 in silver bricks were taken
from beneath the mass of iron and cinders i
Some of tho silver was melted
A temporary track has been built around
the wreck and travel partially resumed
rt The
WltECK WAS A TERRIBLE ONE
and with the exception of three Pullman
care tbe passenger train was a shapeless
mass
As soon as the people of Shreve heard of
the wreck many of them nastened to the
Bccno with local physicians and tried to
extinguish the flames and rescue the un
fortunates in tha day coaches The fire
had gained too great a headway however
and little could be done Those who
perished were pinned down by timbers and
the people outside had to stand back while
the shapeless victims slowly burned to
death
The fireman of the freight train bad a
horrible death as he was caught in the
cab and his frightfully burned body
dangled in tbe air in view of tbe hundreds
who visted the scene the wreckers being
unable to get at it because of the heat
WRECKED BY ROBBERS
Terrible Result of the Fiendish Work of
k Train Wreckers
fr KANSAS CITT Sept 21Passenger train
No S on the Atchison Topeka 8 Santa Fe
railroad east bound was wrecked early
this morning thr < e miles west of Osage
City by train robbers who hoped to plunder
the express car of a million dollars being
transported from the City of Mexico to i
Boston for the Mexican Central railroad I
A wrecked train four men killed thirty j
five men women and children injured are I
c tho only results of tim attempted robbery
The robbers stole tools from the section
secton
N houso at Barclay three miles west of tho
scene of the wreck and removed the fish
plate which joined the two rails together
The robbers selected the top of a grade
going op which the train was likely to
slow down lessening the chances of so I
badly wrecking the train as to bury be
neath the debris the treasure they were
seeking The precautions were unavail
ing as everything they Bought to avoid oc
curred
When the train reached the spot the en
t gine left the track and most of the cars
followed it
PILING ONE ON TOP OF A OT B
end making an awful wreck The express
car was buried BO that it required two
hcurs diggine to get at it
Fortunately although the engine was
nt the bottom the pile of debris didnt
catch fire and thus an awful horror was
avoided as many of the injured would in
that event nave perished beforo the res
t cuers could have reached them The en
gineer fireman express messenger and
t guard wore crushed to death in the wreck
There were about two hundred and fifty
passengers on tbe train but not one was
killed Several were badly injured and a
few may die
The million dollars was rescued from tbe
wreck by Major Llewellyn of the Santa Fe
road and turned over to the WellsFargo
Santa Fe has
company offered 1000 re
ward for the train wreckers and several
c posses are searching the country
ANOTHEB ACCOUNT
ACCqUNT
L KANSAS CITT Mo Sept 2L A special to
tbe Star from Topeka says the wrecked I
L train consisted of baggage express and
mail cars two flay coaches two chair cars
and three sleepers It was thrown over
an enbankment three feet high and the
first six cars were telescoped Four per
seriously sons were injured killed outright and thirtylive
> THE KILLED ASD INJURED
t t Express Messenger FBANIC BAXTER of
Kansas City
Express Guardsman BLOOM TLL of
I I Mexico
Fireman JAMES CHADBICK Topeka
Engineer ED ll rim ot ITopfika
r Most of the injured are western people
t t but among the number was Mary Lyman
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1 of Brcomington Ills who i badly injured
nnd bruised about the head and face C
T bruised Wordlaw of Elliott Ills is also badly
The wreck occurred at a small bridge
where there was a heavy down grade The
train was running forty miles an hour and
it was impossible for the engineer to see
the misplaced rails in time to check tho
speed of the train
The coaches pied one over another until
the baggage and express cars wore com
pletely hidden from view Men women
and children were piled over each other
caught in the seats and thrown through the
windows Relief first arrived from Em
penn An examination pf the track shows
thc fishplates had been carefully removed
and bolts taken out and spikes drawn from
ten tics and the rail bent over to the inside
Robbery was unquestionably the object as
the train carried lOOOOJO in currency en
route t Mexican Central headquarters in
Boston A spot was found where three
men had lain concealed in the grass and
their tracks were discovered leading from
this spot to the track The passengers
were brought to Topeka at 10 oclock this
morning Some of tho wounded could not
be removed and several will probably die
STILL ANOTHER
Second Section of an Express Train Buns
Into the First
LANCASTER Pa Sept 21The second
section of the westward bound express on
the Pennsylvania railroad ran into the
first section at Rheims station yesterday
afternoon and both trains were badly
wrecked One engineer was killed tbo
other engineer and both firemen fatally
hurt No passengers were injured
Crashed Into a Passenger Train
GREENVILLE Pa Sept 21A work
train crashed into a passenger train at
Cortland 0 last night all the passenger
crew being badly injured and a baby
I killed
UNDER THE WHEELS
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Brakeman P W Granty of the Union Pa
cific instantly Killed
OQDEN U T Sept 21 Special tele
gram to THE HEKALD Brakeman P W
Grauty of the Union Pacific was billed at
too Strawberry Point water tank a few
miles east of Devils Gate early yesterday
morning Ho went out to extricate some
tramps and fell under the wheels The
body was taken to Evanston the home of
the deceased
Last Play of a Gambler
EL PASO Tex Sept 21J L Hart a
San Antonio gambler today murdered his
wife tried ineffectually to kill his baby
and then blew his own brains out
TEST OATH CASK
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Republicans in Idaho Apprehensive of the
31oimnn Vote Court Proceedings
MONTPELIER Ida Sept 21Special
telegram to TOE HElALDIn the case of
the United States V Solon W Robinson
forperjury involving the test oath and on
which H petition for habeas corpus is now
pending in the circuit court at Coeur d1
Alene continued in the United States
commissioners court of J Sunderwood
until today was called at 10 a m today
Much to the surprise of everyone the Re
publicans represented by J A Bagley
the nominee for representative on the Re
I publican ticket opposed a continuance of
the case and demanded an immediate pre
liminary examination J C Rich and T L I
Glenn for defendant insisted that the I
case of the defendant was and is now pondI
ing in Judge Beattys court at the city of
Coeur d Alene some 1500 miles distant
and that the United States commissioner
could not act during the ponding of the
habeac corpus proceedings Judge of the
surprise D f Rich and Glenn when Bagloy
said they demanded an immediate hearing
and proposed to set aside the habeas corpus
proceedings for tbe reason that they had no
official knowledge of such It devel
oped immediately that David Osborne
and Frantz Winters the present bishops
counsellor were in attendance to prove that
Robison was not 1 member of the Mormon
church However the investigation of
this matter was abandoned The con
tinuance of the case was not insisted upon
but the fact remains that the Republicans
are doing all in their power to resist in the
courts the question whether the Mormons
have the right to vote at the coming elec
tion Put it down that the Republicans
ton Republcans
I are afraid of the Mormon vote in Bear
Lake county
BEAVER BRrEFS
Jury Secured in the Wade Nicolls Case
Other Cases Democratic Doings
BEAVER Sept 21 Special telegram to
I THE HERALD After a continuous effort
of twentynine hours a jury was obtained
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in the celebrated cass of the People vs
WadoNIcolls alias Tex at 3 p m today
He is charged with the murder of Howard
Tanner in November last Four witnesses
have so far been examined Court ad
journed at 615 The evidence is very
strong against the defendant ana his coun
sel Kenner and Christie are working to
reduce the degree
Judge Minor today called up Hernan
Farscher whose case tho grand jury ig
nored ana said ho bad learned that there
was more in the case than had come to
light wherefore he ordered the defend
ants case again submitted to the grand
jury and bal was fixed at 2OOO Later in I
the day he reduced it to 1000 which may I
be given
The Democrats arc having one of the
grandest rallies of the season tonight
Ladies with badges are a conspicuous fea
ture while music and oratory ho3 full
sway The situation is gradually heating
up and will soon be warm enough for all
purposes The speeches at the Republican
meeting Monday night made more Demo
cratic than Republican votes
Democratic County Convention
RAWLINS Wy Sept 21Special tele
gram to THE HEBALD The Carbon
county Democratic convention today made
th s following nominations State senator
John Joel Hurt of Casper Natrona county
joint district representatives J B Hunter
jr S B Bennett H A Chapman W S
Grimes George A Wren sheriff E F
Grout county commissioners M Calvert
L S Chalk Joe Widdowfield county
clerk Thee P Henkle treasurer Dr E
Stover surveyor Daniel Kinneman at
torney C E Dodge clerk of district
court Thomas T ODonnell superinten
dent of schools Mrs H Crocheron
Purposely Lot the JPfary Party I
Special to THE HEKALD Examiner Dispatch 1
PHILADELPHIA Sept 21 MissMattio I
Veerhoff sister of the Vderhoeff who was j
lost in the Arctic regions said yesterday j
tbat itwas the belief of heraelf and rela
tives that her brother purposely left the
Peary expedition in order that he might
continue the work where they stopped
From boyhood up said she my brother
expressed a desire to visit the extreme
north He carefully read every work re
latinir to the Arctic reg ons He hardened
himself to fatigueiug exposure took scien
tific courses in this country and Germany
and in fact prepared himself in every way
to become a competent explorer The last
words be said to me were Dont be dis
appointed if I do not return as expected
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UNCLE SAMS CHOLERA
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QUIT WORK AT NOON
Telegraphers on the B O I N Kallrond
Obey the hiefs Orders
CEDAR RAPIDS la Sept 21The tele
graphers of the Burlington Cedar Ragio
Sc Northern to tho number of abuutlSO
went out at noon in obedience to the order
of Chief Ramsey It was reported tonight
that Ramsey was negotiating with the
officials of other railroad organizations
with a view securing their aid in the
struggle The telegraphers refuse to talk
on this point rains are running with
but little delay as yet
hanged Iheir Htaquarters
PORTLAND Or Sept nAt the session
of the Sovereign Grand Lodge of Odd Fel
lows today the headquarters were changed
from Columbus 0 to Baltimore Md
The resolution excluding liquor dealers
from membershipwas indefinitely post
poned and the rtsolution reducing the
minimum age to 18 was defeated
WEAVER in ALBANY
Ho Is Gnjed by the Crowd on His Pulanhi
Record
ALBANY GR Sept 21General Weaver
and party arrived from Waycross Ga
today General Weaver spoke to a large
audienco The crowd guyed Weaver on
his Pulaski record and he became angry
and talked of southern intoleranco
SOUTH CAROLINA DEMOCRATS
They Dominate a State Ticket and Adopt a
Platform
COLUMBIA S C Sept 21The state
Democratic convention tonight adopted a
platform pledging loyal support to Clove
land and Stevenson and reaffirming alle
giance to the principles of the party The
following ticket was named Governor
B R Tillman lieutenant governor E B
Farey secretary of stalo J E Trindal
comptroller W H Ellerbee treasurer
W H T Bales attorneygeneral D A
Townsend superintendent of education
W D Mayfield This ticket was nomi
nated by the Farmers Alliance Democrats
The regular Democrats of the state and
opposition ticket was snowed under
DAVIS WILL NOT RHTRACT
The Shmosot Senator Talks on the German
Catholic absolution
x MINNEAPOLIS Minn Sept 21 The
Tribune tomorrow will publish long inter
views with Senators Davis Archbishop
Ireland relative to the resolution intro
duced in the German Catholic convention
conventon
at Dubuque yesterday Senator Davis
said he certainly would not retract the
words spoken under an impressive
sense of his duty as American citizen and
senator Tbe senator paid his respects
once more to Catholicism and said ho would
rather be honored by going back into pri
vate life than to comply with a demand full
of insolence Archbishop Ireland expressed
the utmost surprise at the resolution and
said i would never be adopted The arch
bishop added that Senator Davis did well
in repelling such a foreign attack and all
Americans will applaud his action
FORWARDED HIS RESIGNATION
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Marshal liaiikin of Wyoming Talks About
His Case
RAWLINS Wy Sept 21Spccial tele
gram to THE HEKALD Your correspon
dent today had a long interview with ex
Sheriff Rankin brother of United States
Marshal Rankin The latter passed west
yesterday morning To say that he is mad
is hardly the expression His resignation
has been forwarded He charges Wolcott
Tisdale and Irvine as the conspirators to
down him simply because he would not
make wholesale arrests in Johnson county
upon trumped up charges Their influence
Js through Senator Manderson of Ne
braska with possible help from the Wy
oming senatorial delegation Mr Rankin
has demanded a thorougn investigation as
no is one among the few whose accounts
with tho department have been adjusted
and settled
Severe Case of Prostration
CINCINNATI 0 Sept 21 A dispatch
from Sandusky 0 states that General
John Pope 12 suffering from1 a severo case
of nervous prostration His friends are
anxious over the outcome I
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DELVING FOR TRUTH
Testimony Taken in the Coeur
I dAlene Miners Cases
A Plnherton Sleuth Giving Away the Secrets
of the Union Which lie Swore
Never to Reveal
Cwuit D ALENE Ida Sept 21 Special
telegram to THE HEHALDJ The first wit
ness examined this morning was John
Kneobone who testified to seeing Peter
Breen at Miners Union hall while the non
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union men were held as pusoners and
after being released was ordered to tako
I the train and leave the country by Trimble
and others He also saw OBrien armed
coming from the mountains
i F C Wilcox recognized St Clair as one
i of the armed men and was asked by Breen
to carry the flag of truco to the Gem mill
i which ho did after being assured of protec
tion by Breen
I William Finch testified that Pottibone
told him if the scabs were not notion out at
I once the union men would raturn and there
would be A wholesale massacre
Mr Allen the next witness testified
that Peltiboce attain asked if the men were
to be paid off and if a wholesale massacre
would take places
Mr Culbortson testified that no men re
ported for work on the llth 12th and 13th
of July but on crossexamination by Mr
Reddy it was shown the men were ab
sent at a funoral
The most important witness of the day
was Charles H Siringo alias Allen who
was sent by tbe Pinkerton detective
agency to Gem for the purpose 01 joining
the Miners union in order to be bettor
able to learn the aim of the union His
efforts were successful and he was soon
after elected an officer of the union The
greater part of his evidence was against
Defendant Pettibone At a meeting of the
union the Penrose murder was discussed
at length I was the understanding that
Editor Brown of the Barbarian would get a
dose of the same medicine if he persisted
in his course Threats were made that s
lope would be put around his neck and he
be dragged behind a train The greater
part of Mr Siringos testimony was mostly
about the happenings at the secret meet
I
lugs of the Miners union and there Is
I quite a diversity of opinion as to tho weight
it will have after taking the oath of tho
organization for the purpose of proving
himself a perjurer for the salary ho was
drawing
Attorney Heyburn for the defense said
they would be ready to rest the case for
the prosecution by noon tomorrow
IDAHO POPDLISTS
A County Convention Eefussq the Overture of
Dhgruutlea Republicans
POCATELLO Ida Sept 21Special tele
gram to THE HEUALD The Peoples
party county convention met here today
About twenty delegates were in attend
ance The large majority of them were
from Pocatollo with a few from near ad
joining precincts No delegates were in
attendance from the northern half of the I
county The convention met this morning
for temporary or organization and again mot
at 2 this afternoon The disgruntled I
delegates who seceded from the
Republican convention at Blacljfoot
on yesterday tried to get in some fine work
witb the Peoplos party today The local
Republicans offered to throw their vote for
representative to the Peoples party candi
datef the Peoples party would in turn
endorse James Ball the Republican nomi
nee for sheriff A committee of five was
appointed from the convention to confer
with these Republicans After conferring
for an hour the committee reported to the
oonvention adversely to the proposition
and so another prop wasknocked from un
der the feet of the Republicans Tho con
vention then nominated as follows
John BonIer of Pocatello for sheriff W
F Fisher of Oxford for assessor C J Le
man of Pocatello for probate jUdge Dr
Crozier of Pocatello for coroner A G
Logioler of Soda Springs and P McNam
I ara of Gentile Valley for commissioner T
P Orourke of Pocatello for state senator
J J Call of Soda Springs and Frank Wal
ton of Pocatollo for representatives
French Forces Hard Presspfl
PARIS Sept 21A dispatch received
hers from LBSJOB says it is reported there
that Colonol JDodds commanding the
French forces operating against King Be 1
hanzin in Dahomey have been hard pressed
by Dahomeynns since Monday last A I
number French officers were killed and
mass for the dead was performed in Porto I
Novo If the report from Lagos is true I
theDahomeyans must again have assumed
the offeu sive I j
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GRAY MID GRIZZLEI
Veterans Continue Their Reunion
at Washington
THE ENCAMPMENT IN SESSION
Commander fulmars Address Ho Reviews
the Race Qnestlon Bepoits of Oflicers
Next Session ID Indianapolis
WASHINGTON Sept 21At 1025 the en
campment was rapped to order by Com
mandorinChiof Palmer A glee club of
veterans sang a song inviting the encamp
ment to Indianapolis next year and were
gloriously applauded Commissioner Doug
las of the District of Columbia read an ad
dress of welcome and Captain Palmer
made a tasteful and appropriate reply
After the report of the committee on cre
dentials had been received
PAL tER MADE HIS ANNUAL ADDRESS
Following is a synopsis of the address of
CommanderinChief Palmer to the Grand
Army of the Republic today
A large portion of the address was di
rected to patriotic reminiscences of the
war and 10 the memories that tl o scenes
around Washington recalled to the vet
erans The race question which has dis
rupted the Grand Army of the Republic
organizations in Mississippi and Louisi
ana was reviewed at grout length
the commander explaining how he was
forced to ignore tho rightb of the depart
ment of those states to surrender their
charter and to insist that colored posts
Nine to Seventeen must be recognized
After commenting on the series of resolu
tions published by the recalcitrant and
insubordinate retiring white posts h
concludes ns follows
In dealing with this subject I was not actuated
tuated by an unlnnd thought towards a single
member or tho department I was known
there were disintegrating forces at work which
the national encampment concluded it was
time to arrest and in the discharge of that
duty it was incumbent unon me under my oath
of office I did it without either the feeling of
fear or prejudice
The passage by Congress of the disability
pension bill was warmly commended and
it was urged that the statutes to protect
tho rights of the veterans of tbe late civil
war forced in civil service be more rigidly en
ADJUTANT GENERALS REPORT
The report of Adjutant General Fred
Phisterer followea the address of the com
manderinchief Thin report shows there
was a gain of 229 in the number of new
posts during the past year A significant
and most pathetic sentence of this report
is the following
Practically it may be said that tho member
ship of the CL A K is now at Its highest point
It no doubt will remain about stationary for a
few sears to come wnen necessarily it must
decrease and the decrease will be rapid
WILL MEET NEXT AT INDIANAlOLIS
The only interesting feature of this
afternoons session was the selection of
Indianapolis as the place of the next en
campment Lincoln decided to make no
contest
Many resolutions and communications
were referred to the committee on resolu
tions The special committee was
commitee ap I
pointed to pass upon the report of the I
surgeongeneral brought in a report con
gratulating the G A l upon the increased
efficiency of that bureau The report was I
adopted as was the report of the committee i
on pensions which was included in that o 1
theadjutantgeneral and contained no new i
features of interest i
An adjournment was then taken until
tomorrow I
STATISTICS
B F Stevenson surgeongeneral of the I
G A R in his annual report complains
that many posts failed to mke any sani i
tary and mortuary roturns so the sta i
tistics on these matters are very incom
plete According to Commissioner Raum
at the close of the fiscal year there were
876078 pensioners on the rolls and tho ap
propriation aggregated 139132357 In ad
dition to these vast expenditures the an
nual appropriation for numerous govern
ment homes was 2633840 There were
also 173 government cemeteries kept up I
by government appropriations These ap
propriations says the repot seem
large but it adds they should
bo thought of in reference to the grand
moving cause calling them into being tbe
preservation of the government from
overthrow and who can place too high an
estimate on that achievement It is abso
lutely beyond monetary consideration
In thisconnection the report makes a state
ment of the notional resources quoting
Superintendent Porter of the census bu
reau to the effect that the absolute wealth
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of the United States may be estimated at
603048000000 A number of other reports
were also made
THE UNION VETERANS UNION
which has 30000 members proceeded the
encampment meeting today with a fine
parade upon Pennsylvania avenue The
commander in chiaf and his large stiff
headed by AdjutantGeneral Street ode
at the head of the procession At the sub
sequent meeting General Yoder delivered
his annual dress reviewing the progress
of the order General Green Clay Smith
offered resolutions which were unani
mously adopted expressing sincere sym
pathy with Comrade Harrison because of
the serious illness of his wife and 1 sincere
prayer for her recovery
A committee on which exPresident
Hayes is a member was appointed to take
measures for the establishment of an indus
trial home for Sons of Veterans
A number of corps reunions were held
during the day
ON BOARD THE KHARS AGE
it was marine corps day and tho old sailors
jollied the land lubbers Captain Herbert
Winslow son of Rear Admiral Winslow
who commanded the Kearsage when she
fought the Alabama delivered an address
VicePresident Morton and Secretary
Tracy visited the ship and both made brief
remarks Secretary Tracy speaking of the
need of a strong navy
Steps were taken today having in view
the birth of a new G A R subordinate
organization under the title of The Min
ute Men of 61 to be composed of all who
entered the service under President Lin
colns call of April 15 1861 Massachusetts
hao an org ization of this character ana in
Wisconsin a similar organization has been
started
The association of exprisoners of war
elected Marion T Henderson of this city
president The association is interested
in having Congress act upon the bill gran
ing a pension of 2 a day to all prisoners
who were imprisoned over a certain num
ber of days A committee was appointed I
to consider the question further
TheMPennsylvinia and New York dele I
gates to tbe national encampment decided
tonight to vote as a unit for Captain Weis I
sert Wisconsins candidate for commander
h chief of the Grand Army ofthe Repub
lic This action it is asserted will give
Captain Woisaert a majority of votes and
the election
w Closed Their Session
CINCINNATI Sept 21 The Brotherhood
of Locomotive Firemen closed their session
today This morning they completed the
election of officers by choosing tho follow
ing named executive committee Eueone
Ball Stratford Out Harry Walton
Philadelphia George Brown Chicago
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Fred Keeler Houston Tex T P
GRourke Pocatello Ida Harrisburg
Pa was chosen as the place for the next
convention to meet the first Monday in
September 1S92 Tho newly elected officers
cers were installed I
Captain Andrews Arrives at Lisbon
LISBON Sept 21 Captain Andrews in
the sixteenfoot dory in which he sailed
from Atlantic City on July 20 arrived to
day The captain is well
Arrested for Conspiracy
BUENOS ATRES Sopt 21 Several garri
son officers have been arrested for con
spiracy against the government
KECEIVED WITH A SALUTE
Hon Adlal Stevenson cud Party at Wilmlnt
ton N C
WILMINGTON N C Sent 21H Adlai
Stevenson and party arrived this evening
A vicepresidential salute was fired and
fire alarm bells rung Notwithstanding
the unfavorable weather a large crowd as
sembled and the procession exceeded ex
pectation Governor Holt introduced
General Stevenson who was received with
great applause He discussed principally
tho tariff and force bill
t KILLED BY A CRAZY MAIt
William RIce Mnrtlereil with an Axe llie
JUmlerers Fiendish Acts
ST JOSEPH Mo Sopt 21 William Rice
a farmer living near Bethany went to the
house of a neighbor named Long last night
and was murdered with an axe Long who
is believed to be crazy compelled his wife
and daughter to help drag the body back to
Rices house Mrs Long fainting three
times on the way When the posse wont
to Longs this morning he was entrenched
in a cave and held the crowd at bay while
he forced his wife to write a statement
He then attempted to cut his own throat
I but did not inflict a mortal wound He was
captured after a desperate fight and jailed
FOUND THUg BILLS
Against 167 Homesteaders urli OUonnell
S Charged with larder
PITHURG Penn Sept 21The rand
jury found true bills today against all the
Homesteaders charged with murder riot
and conspiracy lOT indictments in all
Among them are three for murder against
Hugh McLuckie ODonnell Hugh Ross and Burgess
Peck Notified to Appear
ALBANY N Y Sept 21Labor Com
missioner Pack has been notified to appear
in court tomorrow morning I is sup
posed he is wanted to answer the sealed
indictment for burning public records re
turned by the grand jury
HAS NOT LOST HOPE
The Louisiana Lottery Still Trying to Gain
a Foothold in North Dakota
FARGO N D Sept 21It Js reported
here that the Louisiana lottery has not
yet given up tho hope or gaining a foot
hold in North Dakota I is said that at
tempts are already being made to defeat
the adoption of the antilottery constitu
tional amendment at next winters session
of the legislature
Meeting of Vabash Diractnrs
NEW YOKK Sept 21 The meeting of
the Wabash directors today resulted in the
reelection of President Ashley and all the
other old officers The bylaws are to be
changed so as to create tao office of chair
I man of the board which will probably be
taken by George J Gould
Temporal Irjunction Granted
BOSTON Sept 21A temporary Injunc
tion was today granted against the Ameri
can Protective League The complainants
complain that the order is insolvent and it
is alleged that its liabilities are 2781000
and its assets but 101500 Counsel for
the order consents to the temporary in
junction In two weeks there will De a
ceiver hearing on the matter of appointing a re
FiFTh GENERAL COUNCIL
Or Alliance of Reformed Churches in Session
at Toronto
TORONTO Sept 21The fifth general
council of the Alliance of Reformed
Churches holding to the Presbyterian sys
tem opened here this morning in St
James Square Presbyterian church Rev
Dr Caven preached he opening sermon
Rov Professor Blaikle of Edinburgh
president of the alliance then delivered
ills inaugural address Af ter the appoint
ment of the committees the alliance ad
journed In the afternoon delegates at
tended a garden party
Comm nciug tomorrow morning after
noounnd evening sessions will bo held for
ten days
FORMED A NEW CABINET
Political Affairs In Hawaii Per Advices from
Honolulu
SAN FRANCISCO Sept 21 Advices from
Honolulu under date of Sept 14 state that
the queen has formed a new cabinet with
Macfarlane as prime minister and Parker
expremier as minister pf foreign affairs
As the steamer was leaving a resolution of
want of confluence in the now ministry
was being debated and it is expected i
will carry It was stated that petitions
were being circulated in some quarters
asking that the British government place
the islands under Its protection The
Americans in Hawaii are strongly opposed
to this
No Evidence Against Them
LOUISVILLE Ky Sept 21Victor Span
nigen and Mrs Josephine Cole charged
with poisoning Mrs Austin and Mrs
evidence Sherriil were dismissed today for want of
Princa Henry of Ilesie Married
DAHMSTABT Sept 21 Prince Henry of
Hesse was married today ton singer
named Herzi
Regular Army and Navy Reunion
DETROIT Sept 21The National Regular
Army and Navy reunion began todny
After anumber of speeches a recess was
taken until tomorrow The report of the
commander shows that thE union now has
ninotyono garrisons and a membership of
over 10000
Chirged with Brjbfery
CHICAGO Ills Sept 21By direction of
Mayor Wnshbnrne n warrant was sworn
out today for the arrest of Michael C Mc
Donald charging him with attempting to
bribe Police Justice Woodman to rencer u
favorable decision in the cases of a number
of men tirrested at Garfield park recently
McDonald was released on 2000 bail his
bondsman being Paddy Ryan the oxheavy
weight champion S
Two 81 earners Collide
BERLIN Sept21The Germanironclads
Friadricb Karl Wurtcmburg collided
off Sassnitz Intho Baltic sea today Both
wore slightly damaged
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SUSPECTED CHOLERA 1
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Number of NevCases Found 1m i
New York
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QUIET RESTORED AT CAMP LOW <
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No New Cases There ami Everybody DolEsc
Well Situation at QnsraBtlna and I
Other riacfs I
NRW YORK Sept lTwo new sus 1
pected cases of cholera were reported to
the health board today One was from G 4
Cherry street where Mary Murphy was
found sick with cholera symptoms She 4
was transferred to the hospital The health
authorities regard this as a very suspicious
case The other suspected case come
from Mrs Jnenthua boarding house at 11
First street from which Coachman Louis
Weinhagen was removed Saturday night
Another boarder a man named Henry
Engel is a suspect The quarantine was
raisedin seven houses today where cholera
cases or suspected cases had occurred An
autopsy was made this forenoon on the
body of Fpo Joe Wan a Chinaman who
died at 14 Mot street yesterday under sus
picious circumstances The contentalrom
his body have been subjected to examina
tion Mary Conerty a young girl who is
at the reception hospital ss a suspect will
bo discharged tomorrow She has not had
cholera Louis Weinhagen is still HI but i
it is not yet known wbetnar he baa cholera
The health departtnontreceived this after
noon from Prof Brigga tho result of the
bacteriological examinations made U the
case of John Knox fireman or the steam
ship Nevada and Louis Weinhagen The
report states that both cases were genuine
Asiatic cholera
Another case of suspected cholera was 1
reporter to the board this afternoon Pat
rick Stewart a boiler maker employed in r
the Brooklyn navy yard
A Mrs Grappolas died tonight it Is sus
pected from cholera She was seized with
vomiting and diarrhoea during the after
noon and at 8 oclock she died
Confidsnce Restored
GAMP Low Sept 21 Perfect confidence
was restored among the detained by the
announcement that no new cases or sus
picious cases bad been found in the last
twentyfour hours The sick in the hos
pital are all in a fair way to recovery ex
cept the unknown infant whose mother
and two little sisters died on tho Kngia
while at sea through the neglect of tea
ships steward and stewardess It Is re
ported dying from the effects of absolute
starvation The case has given rise to
very severe strictures among the people
hee and expressions of most bitter indig
nation aro beard at the wanton cruelty of
the steamship people
Late this evening Major Huntington
commander or Marine Camp reported the
death of Joseph McMahon private of
marines frompuerpal hemorrhages a dis
ease of the veins from which he had suf
fered long time
Situation at Quarantine
QUARANTINE Sept 2LUpper quaran
tine is today again full of steamers The
contingent from Lower bay added five
which will be detained here and unloaded
The cargoes of the Moravia Rngia and
Normania will be discharged into lighters
and the vessels returned to Hamburg
The big Inman liner City of Paris ar
rived this forenoon She carries 869 cabin
passengers among whom are Thomas
Bailey Aldrich and wife and G E Roberts
of the Pennsylvania railway The City
of Paris is likely to go up today She re
ports all well on board
The Spaarndain which arrived about
half an hour after me Inman liner brought
but 179 cabin passengers She reports all
well
wellDr
Dr Jenkins ordered back toLower Quar
antine ibis afternoon the Allan line steamer
State of Nevada on account of the recent
death of her stoker after her arrival m
dock The City of Paris at 5 pr was al
lowed to proceed to her dock
Quarantine Proclamation
ton
AUSTIN Tex Sept 21Governor Hogg
today issued P proclamation quarantining
against New York city and all other points
where cholera may appear
Cholera In Foreign land
LISBOX Sept 21rt is stated that the
steamer Reichstag which arrived in Tagus
yesterday from amburg and which was
ordered to leave the river had ton cases of
cholera on boar
HAMBURG Sept 2tThere were 140 neW
cases of cholera and 04 deaths from the dis
ease in Hamburg yesterday an increase
of eight new cases and P decrease of three
deaths The first installment of 30000
marks subscribed in New York was re
ceived today
LONDON Sept 2lTbe Standards cor
respondent at Hamburg says tie epidemic
is slowly decreasing
ARRIVED IN WASHIHGT03
Mo Harrison Stands the Journey from Loo
Lake Remarkably WelL
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WASHINGTON Sept 21Mn Harrison
arrived at 9 this morning sad was taken in
an ambulance at once to the White House
Dr Gardner said Mrs Harrison stood
the journey from Loon Lake much better
than was anticipated Tho fact that aha
reached home safely has decidedly cheered
her up
dried to Burn the Cows
DES MOINES IB Sept 21News has
reached here of an attempt of a gang of
negro tramps to root and burn the village of
Spencer A pitched battle occurred b
tweed the negroes and citizens ttnda num
I ber wore painfully injured A number of
tie negroes were locked up
Russians llepulstd 0
LONDON Sept 21A dispatch to > the
Standard fron Tien Chlen saysr The Chi I
nese force repulsed the Russian forces ua
aer Tashkurga Colonel Janiff which advanced to
Loss from the Uockaway Beach lire
ROCKAWAT BEACH Sept 21The loe
from yesterdays fire as stated by the J
owners foot up to73 > 000 Many
amounts more will make the total 1800000 or S
Wants 10000 Damages
NEW YORK Sept 21 Action was begun
in the United States court today by C S
Van Rasslear to recover 10000 dam ago
from HamburgAmerican Packet com
I pany Mr Van Rasslear was one of She
I passengers on the Normannia detained at
quarantine He claims that when he booked
for passage the companys agent told him
I board there would be no steerage passengers on
At a tforaiga Port <
WASHINGTON Sept 21Tb navy de
partment today received I telegram from
Admiral Walker anBounoingrthe arrival
of the United States steamship Chicago at c
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