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bat Is So for as the United Slates Su
preme Court Is Concerned
frU tit of In1 nort ny tile Iw
Take It rour 1110 I I I tho litr
drrr 01 111nch Imonl
uhlnlon Nov 8The United
Ftates supreme court today affirmed
ft he decision of the circuit court In Call
rate 1 refusing a w rlt of habeas cOrms
to William Henry Theodore luruut
under sentence of death for the
r ude of Mlsi Blinche Lamont In
fi I Francisco fit April J893
attracted attention
The came has nUenton
Jflnwijaout the whole United Slat
fnd toddY decision Permits the law
h like Hit I course u lilt the condemned
Chief justice Fuller announced the
ourts de Islon but made no remark
I t to Cltf a few authorlte on I hlch
lb 1 curl based Its decision
fan Flnrlsco l Nov 8Tho news
ill I lh United States Supreme court
dddd not to Interfere with tile
uuon of Durrani spread quickly
< the city t today and crowds of lu
< opl reu1 the newNPH
hoard 1ho 1 dedlon of the
leUn court n 0 nut unexpected
I runal parenUy tlni Durront and
Or om1 to been any hope
li 1 al murderer oul1 be Saved
m lh glow Warden Inlo uf
QunUn ho Ili I In Washington
1rd the nw a lo Acting Wodel nl
am today tdgnr hall not
o I Duronl of his flle und had
toUfd whel Ie would do so
DItlt Attone Barnes who can
Ild lh enUon1 trial tit reo
I Il of hleh waa the conviction of
1 uant for lhe I murder uf Minnie
1111ams wo much pleased with the
llama le In I convinced that Dur
mt eommlted the mudo avid Ilan
hated dl th delay In carrying out
rIoed nleC Mr Iliarnes Paid that
Duranl would not 1 rcntoneed le
lJ that aU that was necc9sary would
lo the strict attorney when he
cjod olclol notice of the decision
i go Into court od ak for nn mJ r
brroce A Will h the execution and tint
I date be fixed for it
BTM loi Ion of the Supreme court
j e the way for the execution of live
ther murdereu who have been en
g d lo death but whole execution
s been deferred pending the decision
t the Dormnt crime Among thee are
aln Wrecker Wurden Harvey AI 1
an de 01 San Jose and tlnnl < of Inn
ego who butchered an aged couple
Durrants family Were noimed tills
Dornl lamly nttcd
trnlriiof the decision of the mutt
tri wee deeply affected Mr Dur
Et t wept but old her eon ram In
re 4 and that she did not set give
hop thl her von would La vlndl
toil and his Innocence proved l
BDiitrlft Attorney Urn i stated that
only thing the attorneys for Dur
nt c uld 10 was to appeal from the
le 01 the Supreme court but that
le thought they would not try to do
I lilt Ill Ill uu
tiL J II
mVtttrrt 0 his Sn tth Relief I
j I Iud lialc
Washington NOV 8Thore waR n
itpreriv at the White Hi today
d by Secretaries Ooe Long
J Alge C mmodor Mclvl nd
mmnlr Dickens of the navy slid
plain rbowalter commander of the
yaue a vice to consider menn for
IH of th P American whaling
said t to bl Icebound In the Hering
a It va f decided to send the revL
I rulr mar to the relief of the
hI rm Orders he been Issued to
t h r In mmllon for the oye
4 C pt In Fhowolter says she mill
r v to mail an Soon as she can ho
1loned whkh mIll take Ill t a
tj rt time
I CitpIttler Trial
Ion Nov 8Trlol fly court mar
pi 101 tho American sihooner Compet
r cf Key Went Tla which was
I tared by a Spanish gunboat on the
h i e ui of Plnnr del Illo April 15
Uhl h was to have 10 taken place
la Y has been postponed owing to the
mesa of the president of the court
Pren1dential Appointnecuts
I hlnqton Nov 8The PregItItnt
a r mode the folo Inc appoint
nun tor of Kentucky to 10 mill
I tflv lilotentlary to Guatemala
alevinorg nlA
tI c rn y revenue Fd
T Frnnk for the second dis
t 01 K ntlrky
a onapson to ho collector I
cu to for the district 1 of New Lon
dlin M Yenrn aent for Indiana
lhhlgll Idoho ndward W Bartlett
trier 01 land omce ol Lo Grande
Ino 1 ills I Marshall rorps of en
mlon ro tn he > a member of the Missouri
r nonter in I one of the lerder of I
11Plilli ran piriy In Kentucky He
O memer 1 of Coogre In the
t n I or S nit hail served notice that
uld tnnke n e Most for n S ot
li I cPnt t ole claiming that
d tl b I ritclected lie was the I
r didet f rrhI Renatorphip but nt
RO lon struggle I ht 10 give way
fv rator Deloe n fev Republicans
lAg lo Upport him
TI I 1 No 01
mor I T Nov CLitst night
mn nrthwel of tills pin
I Ilord t the thront of his
II XMay Reese and then cut
I i il
I 0 r o L The Young lady 1 I AVIII
I nv Helnrd will die Helnord
In tmre with Miss Booms and be
n f hr refusal to go to Oklahoma
him made the attempt on her
10inw Vp Tr fill
1111hur Thl nf Thlu
1 biret Va Nov 9The bollern
k Ml es Trn and Coni companys
e of Xploded nt non whl the mn
a Ion h Three men were kied I
I x 4yl4 Inlured Love Among those kl ed
ls TU
nf R Pat = 1 a lohUoo I
iriljr en llonllin
1 Yor Nov 8A dispatch to the
ill 1 I fur h Wahlngtonsass
if iirthnf evidence I of the peaceful
tlon of ih a relallons of the Unit I
I IIsl a I o4 Pain naval t department
Flint 1 to the program adopted
11 ar m to r for ill next
A I nepalr a to the ships will seen
oe w c In will be In
I rw Admiral
Blcnrd proposes to send It to sea for
individual drill Il Is expected that the
squadron will I remain nt New York un
tit about the middle of December when
it will iroceed to Hampton Roads
which will be the bane of tho tquod
rn winter I evoluton
Url Issued ly Iho I hf of 1010 I
Chicago Nov 8Chief of Police
Klpley has lisued an order prohibiting
all boxing contests In the future
When Mayor Harrison wan asked re
garding Chief Klplc 8 order he sa Id i
The order tit cets with my approval
but It dots not mean the total aboli
tion of boxing contests In Chicago I
doe mean Ihe eotoo of
ndiscrlmlnato I sparring matches In I
barns and back rooms of noon In
al sections of the city without leave
or license
I Is I the policy of the ndmlnltro
ton to nlow 1rrlnR mtche fi nor
points n limited numehr of rounds
with the cloves These exhibitions
nil ist blleoen given after proper permits
hOe Ioen secured still will be held
trader lion police supervision And reguln
Such exhibitions 11 hOe recently
been given nt Tatlersalls can do no
hirm unit permits will be Issued for
others of the same kind
Ifernenud 1 l1roun ou lnry Oeorare
New York Nov 8A dispatch to the
Journal and Advcrtlrer from 1rovl
de nee H L says Ircst II Ilenja
mill AndrewR of Drawn unlvelty nn1
James A lone tho actor spoke at
the lenry t00rge nomorlnl meeting
Sunday right I was the llrst time
the president had spoken In public on
olltlcal I mol since he withdrew his
resignation as the head of Drown lint
ve rally which he tendered last June
on ncoUlt of criticism of his attitude
00 the sliver question llli address
wo one of high eulogy to Henry
Uenrgc hlch he Sold 1 came to pay
n a p payer arid a citizen to Provi
lie spoke with great earnestness still
wa applauded repeatedly He reIntroduced
colvd n hearty welcome hen he was
Introduced with the words Itcform In
Ilhode Island In the United States and
the world Is I greatly encouraged he
relative Benjamin Andrews is I stl prel
dent ot tire Brown university
lulU I IrUr
Cleveland O Nov 8Commlssoner
of Patents Hmjamln P Huttirworth
who Is I lying Ill of pneumonia at tire
Hollenden I hotel Is I reported tin slight
ly I better this morning Dr Ken
thiucrs States that Mr liuttervvorth
condiion Is oh ns to cause Strong
holles of ultimately recovery
Tdlahurl Irooh Irke
Scdolla Mo Nov 8Tho drought
In 1cttla and adjoining counties
hlch has Prevailed since July 15th
Ilan broken last night hy a hay
roll tile farmers NNIAh uIll 10 uf untold value 10
Noted AIro Dead
London Nov 8Amy Sedgwick
GIrm W 1 Porke the actrems to I
dead She wn call In 1837 and nI
pClretl I Lady ldCbth Juleno
Ind Ophel anti Lady Tousle In
lo5l she was married lo W 1 Parkes
M D but was len a wIdow In1883
Crokor 100 Whis
London Nov SAt the nt days
racing of lhe 1lngl1 pork November
meeting today Mr lchord Crokers
thieeyenrold filly neorglonla won
the Chlows plate the race for 100
aelln for 11earold arid up
ads winner slid scoria horses free
There wee six starters over Ibo
course one mile straight II Der
oux ours was second and I W
liomfiays 10 third
11001 Cost Irk ooUono
prlngle I Nov 8Slep hove
been taken nt 0 mass moUnl of mi
ne held at Marquette to continue the
coal I strike through the Inter hy era
sang u Biibdlstrlc board consisting
01 miners from SjulnglieW La 8 al
Peru IAod Seatonvile and Mr
quete The management of the strike
Is to be put In their hands Snernl
mile at Marquette old Cahill and
Peru tire tho only mines orklng In
this district
Corgo Cot Mnno for Chicago
Chicago Nov RAs the result of
n conflict between National Severe
lOl J F Mclughe of the StoM
Cuter union and the heads of all
I Ihe central bodies In I Chicago Includ
ing the building trade coun ell and
the Chlonpo federation of labor and
many prominent Total labor leaders
Il haM been decde ill retract late a de
mand In tho name of organized labor
lint n clause Ito Inserted In all con
tracts A nil uhconrcr for cut stonework
work for the now postofllre requiring
that ths stone ho cut In Chicago The
amount Involved nlll prevent contrac
tors from having the stone cut Iy
chop labor and shipped here In com
Petition with union wages Should the
demand be successful the plan will be
extended to keep it possible the
entire government expenditure
cago amounting to about SIOOOOOO In Chi
Stleal of Molten IKin Floirliii Hour
Touurit Italian VIIUKf
Naples Nov OMount Vesuvius U I
In great activity A mao of lava li
pouring out of the Atria del Cavello
crater which opened In 1895 Two wide
lm arc llowlng down In tho dlrec >
ton of Vltrova and Illano del Incstre
limit the litittis 011 AWN
Prague Nov 8fhe celebrallon of
the anniversary of the battle of Veto
scnburg ytei day was of of the storm
lest description and later thousands of
d9clplon demonstration In tile
Streets There were a number of con
were flicts nJured with the police and many people
Itritists Mect Otierilla IV arfo
Simla Nov 8 Various foraging ex
peditions from the camp of General Sir
Vllllam Lockhurt In the Malndan
Vale yesterday captured some large
10 11h
rce of provisions without opposl
lion until thev were Miring when the
Insurgents adopted their usual guerilla i
tactics with the result that the llrltlsh
force i lost three men killed and seven
Ion wounded The loss of the enemy
man heavy
In taor of if Italians
Washington Nov 8The United
States Supremo Court today Affirmed
the decision of the loer court In the
case of the Interstate commerce i Poll
mission against the Alabama 511ldlarld
and the nenrgla Central rlny and
others The one arose aul of charges
by citizens of roy Ant hit tho com
Parties wore disregarding the long and
short front clause of ill Interstate com
I Falls wee
merre law The Point ot
mec plnl
whether i hn there 10A mpetltlon
between rai snd wnt Ironpr
taton the r = oat Ile lowe rates
slon by fill the and tile court Ir W decided I In the negative commis
Senator Foraker Is Irritated by Newspaper
b1 Iho fllver Leader Cnnnol Adapt llln
elf t to Changing ColullllunM trotter
doing to llutlic for 1 Health
Columbus i ONov 8A special la
the Ohio state Journal says It was
ported In local political circles jes
L Kurtz had
lerday thAt lion Charles L Klrt
quietly dropped Into the city during
tile aft rnoon unit was In close con
ference with Senator Forker his
Chief on the absorbing senatorial
The report had It that the senator
and Kurtz had carefully surveyed the
situation and had reached an under
Standing favorable to Mr Hanna Sen
ator Porakcr when upk > d about the
alleged minting with Kuilz said
1 tegurd jour Inquiry as very 1m
pertinent and further an to oui lu
ported meeting that Is I none of your
I was evident that the senator mis
understood the motive of the Inquiry
and he was assured that no dlficour
ttsy was Intended but n the matter
had been talked of the State Journal
Ivan desirous of either con 1 mlng or
Italy den Ing the stories After this
explanation Senator Ioraker said h
hud not been Mr Kurl for over a
lie said further I nm becoming
Und of having my name dragged In
to every contioVeray over the senator
lal question I worked faithfully In the
lust campaign and If the majorities
wero not larger It was 10 fault of
min I do not expect to take part In
the alnlr hut unless my name Is I kept
out of the whole thing I shall go Into
Il and make certain people know I am
Journal nnd
New York Nov 8The
Advertlier Prints the following from
former mayor lugh Urunt concerning
the lecent New York elections who
said Ihe conclusion of Mr Bryan
that the results of the recent election
Indicate Iopular dlsntfacton I with
the policy of the Republican party Is
undoubted correct I heartily hope
thai the Republican party will be over
thrown In 11100 but it Is I rally for any
one but nn enthuslast like Mr Bryan
tr make UI his mind what will happen
three ears hence
Moot of the George men were ell
thuslastlc who believed that If the the
ory to which they subscribed fjiild IM
put Into operation upon the affairs of
life the condition of society would be
made better Others of them were be
lievers In the 10 to I theory and were
I ed nslrny by their enthusiasm All of
hem ought 10 have been Democrats
The latter would have been with us If
Mr Ban had not deterred them
the He ns Runrlentlj ncquilnted with
the local situation In New York In 1896
to talk about In with complete assur
ance He ought to have been able to
make himself acquainted with It In
1897 He did nothing for the local Demo
cracy this year The secretary of the
Domocrnlc national committee who Is I
Presumably very close to him In ym
pathy repudiated the candidacy of
Judge Van Wyck on the ground that
Judge Van W > ck did not Eland up
on the silver plolorm of the Chicago
convention rind gave to Mr Oeorce
onventon On
whatever suppoit he had to give The
troubln with Mr Iron still the Ill
lar of the national committee Is I that
they cannot adnpt themselves to
chnolnl conditions
We are distinctlY Democrats NvIm
Inplet mon takln things rut they are
I shall be happy I three yonro hence
Mr I Iron present prediction Is I veri
fied but I do not Ink much t
In predictions that have so long to
Hot Springs Vn Nov 8 Richard
Croker Rudolph Guggenheim Thomas
1 Grady Asa Bird Gardiner and Mile
0Prlon lenders In Tammany Hall ar
rived here Sunday on the Chesapeake
Ohio Mr Crocker looked well not
withstanding his recent Illness He
withstanding his recent Illness but
will make an extended visit nt Hot
Springs In order to fully restore his
health His family will Join him dur
ing the coming week
Th Tontn Cup Unit ItowiljUin to Iteci
1roinlneut Consideration
New York Nov 8Tbe Herald
Tho National League nnd American
association of baseball clubs will be
gin its annual meeting 10 Ihlldrlphla
tomorrow S ending out prominently
on the list of subjects to be considered
Is I the Temple cup question None the
less I prominent Is I u mass of evidence
concerning the row dylsm of playing
on the field which Increased last year
to such proportions as to disgust the
public There will I be more lees talk of
public I I ir Western learns make three
trips east and the eastern teams wet
next year Instead of two as has been
th custom
Tho national board will met tomor
row morning to disentangle disputes
over drafted players An appeal from
the Western league k nPrh board
to recommend to the league some mod
mention I of the drafting a stem will
be discussed
W C Temple of Plttsburg who gave
the National League players the
trophy which bears his name has an
nounced that he will bo at the meet
Ing I to protest against the abuses which
have hon creeping mot rind moro
Into I tho games played for the cup He
say that In the very first contest for
lh 00 cup In 1894 between New York and
Baltimore one Important condition
that of the division of the gate receipts
was violated some of lie player In
stead of standing on the provision 1 of
60 per cent of the receipts to the win
ners and 40 per cent to the losers
agreeing to divide on a CO per cent
hOI Mr Temple says that he asked
the league to unfair these players but
was told to let the matter pas that
a similar offense would probably not
bo committed again
Thai In his opinion was n serious
mistake for had the offending players
been punished nt the time 1 further
offenses would have been I committed
anti there wOlld hn hen no scandal
this fall
Porno club owner are opposed to the
Temple cup altogether others are In
favor of I and will work for Its con
tinuatioe rlward lalon manager
of the Baltimore tam very naturally
will time his energies In support of It
Mr Trillion has Adopted the suggestion
of A Roden of the Boston cluh that
the rul contribute n fUnd of 12
000 to be divided among the players
nf lh three lending clubs This amount
jctld be bee by each club lubscrib
Ing 16000 or by HM nh n cer
tain pcrcnlg of the cat receipt I of
every game
Appcnl linn llccn Undo by lalltornlii
All 10 < dull 1 li I Available
Sin rrnneUro Nov 8A determined
eftort Is I being made to aid i the three
hundred vvlmleia now Imprisoned by
Ice I In tile Alctlr 1 the California
rcpreenlat In Corigrers have nl
pealed to the secretary of the navy
lie nt on
ushing thnl 10ermnnt one
flinda relief ship to thOr rwiui The
Call has offered lo provlda the co I
and J6000 In cash has been prnmlncd
by the rumlotr nnd th managers ol
the baseball tournament
I no government vessel Is I available
It Is I lob that n private utinmer
rally 1m 1 chartered Many experienced
mel are of the opinion that n relief
thlll mill not be able to get wlthlr
sorol lUndlei miles of the uIHln
mn but It Is t hoped that prwllln
may be taken by rlnIr OrBlhl to
Point Harrow The sutceBS of this
project mill depend largely on Ut
weather though I U Is thought to In
Ur The chnniber fu I er
fu vws immldiate relief ant the Inch
CAM that sonle plan ofuccor wi
U he carried Into effect
Wo 0 Tdrrn 1 Idhn > oololer
rte Stlitpect ront Ilay
Chicago Nov 8nmnr T Johnson
all Indian prince the daughter of
Old Pine Tree the chief of the Tuca
rora died suddenly In Chlcapi last
Tuesday evening The fathT thinks
her death should be Investigated and
Ties demanded n further Inquiry He
art ale Young woman lied b4 wee a
200 and SNO and n ro14 Avatcli suit I
1Z lngf
Plenty of handsome I clothes when she
died slid lie would like to know vhat
henn of hor personal pOlon
Bliss John 1 was a tnche In Indian
schoOl She como her from the
Cheyenne reservation i he the wa
last stationed for treatment for a
nervous trouble The cauMo of death
nalgned hI the doctor wn perionits
Chief Pine Tree line called the often
lion of the superintendent of Trillion
chools to the circumstances surround
Ing her death
1 ilia Imttrr1take4 Ainends for These
alurders sold Insults
Berlin Nov CThe news of the at
tack Upon the Germnn mission nt Yen
Chu Fu In the southern piit of the
Chinese province of Shnng Tung hoI
been confirmed The mis
sionarles I Nies And ntIr ie etio klllcl
5 > lgler Is I missing nnd fileng escaped
The Germain government h1 orderee
the necessary measures Ie taken tit
Pekln lo obtain redress for the out
ra ge
London No C special dispatch
from Shanghai received today says that
the Gcrman minster 10 Chino and
nptoln of the German gunboat Cor
morant have been attacked by a mob at
Wu Chang a large city In the proVince
Vince of Hoo Pee YmifftsiKlanir
liver The rioters are also reported
10 have stoned the German
Oernlnl flag rind
to have ln ulted the minister Tho
later the dispatch concludes has de
manded era the punishment of the offtnd
Anotla Vast n 01T0
liome Nov STtv certain political
circles It it I believed that the object nf
tile visit of the Austrian mlrlster for
forehn affairs Count Ouiouchswksy to
e king of Italy nt Menra Is I to Intro
does Into the nrlehuml treaty nddl
tonal classes 10 meet the cowllUon
created Uonce by the FrancoRussian nl
Yllo rce 1111vic IIrnkn
New Orleans Ln Nov 8There li I
n doubt that the backbone of the
fever Is I broken Yesterdays record
shown only IS new cases ond tody
probably mill 1 be smaller At 1 ocluck
the record wn two now cases and two
deaths the smallest for th hour mince
September All yellow Jack needs to
h nw Oon adieu Is I another frost
IS I one In 1 might
Mmphl Tenn Nov 8The board I
of health this I Mo rn Ing 1 report boorll I
I nthi 1
me rind no deaths from Yellow fever
Iluilness has omoet resumed Its normal I
condition and the fever Is I going fast I
Fomkr Support lnB I
I Cincinnati 0 Nov Senator For
niter leave for Wohlnglon tonight
In nn Interview he said The cam
Paign 01 1897 ended Ilh me last Tuesday
day So long a we tire i flubtlng Ihe
common enemy I gave all my time and
strength to the cause I supposed a
llepubllcnn legislature meant the dec
lion of Senator lfnnna and notvlith
ton Ilnna nllh
standing uhat t see In the newspapers
I still think 00 But If there should
he a contest among the Republicans I
would not hoe anything to do with It
unless something unlureen should oc
cur 10 change my mind
10hl ltojct Sure Inl
Kansas City Mo Nov 8 Cracks
men blew open the safe In the Slate
bank at Vermllllon Kansas after
midnight Sundav taking 120 In gold
and paper money The silver wait fort
because It O too hey to carry The
morning robbery was nol known until this
Cannot lCeel Tore In Jail
Mmphl Tenn Nov 8J S o
Thor the forger made his Second I
escape from the Jai here early tills
morning by saing the hu of his cell
ana Afterwards sawing the bars of the
window In the rear of the Jail Thomas
had made himself famous by his pre i I
vious escape from jail here and nt
Chicago and tile subsequent marriage
with bliss annlelluhford of Minne
apolis at Et Louis Three other pris I
Oilers escaped charged with minor olne also
Sentence on Captala Dreyfus Caused tile
Ieh of Fir Vrieln
Paris Nov 8A man named Drey
fus who Is I btllcved to be a cousin of
Captain Drefus the deported artil
lery officer Imprisoned on an Island off
the coast of Trench Guiana his wife
formerly the Countess ohercurly and
their three daughters respectively u
11 and 7 years of age commuted sui
cide this morning or last night at
their residence at Mareceu The por
ter of the house found their bodies In
their apartments early today They
were i lying on the floor 10 the bed
room of the youngest child Dreyfuu
left a letter for the commissioner ot
police of that district enclosing 400
francs to defray the expenses of the
funeral The deceased husband and
father was so upset by the sentence
I Imposed upon Captain Dreyfus that
he changed his name to that of his
Wednesday afternoon qui al series
lon was caused by the amt of
George P Patton n prominent contrac
tor or Santa Jposa it Cal on a charge of
forgery Patton Is one of the best
known builders there I Is I claimed
that he gave a receipt for a Ban Pran
Cisco firm with whom he had been do
Ing business Palon friend claim
that the receipt Avon one of on acm
modalon nature not uncommon to
Trial That 119 Lively to Prove Fully as Nota
Lie as the Luclgcrt Case
Aftiar Ills Trial the uo ollnt 1 AI
hg1 A < Ileo If 1 A Upor
I Nark 11 lit ho ToL CI
New York Nov STo unravel tho
tangled skein of one of the loSt UIs
tcrlooa U well as heinous crIme of
the century Is I tho tack for a jury tho
selection of which wus begun today In
the Queens county court of ojer and
termlntr at LOUR Island City Tim
ease which was the People va Martin
Thorn is baaed upon the dlseovtry In
Juno lust In lnt river and Ondeti
woods north of this city of portions nt
one human body The head was miss
Ing liy a series of cur lount links In a
chain of elrcunislantlal evidence the
poitlona of the dlsmtmbeied leiualiii
hv ben Identified by a number 01
wllhctucs as Ihu body of WlllUin
JUldensuppe a rubber In u Tuikibh
built houuu In this etty
uuldeimupifc had n1 been ut hli
votk for several dys beforothu ghastly
ly I diteovcilen or Ills Supposed retailing
nor bun he been seen since that tliiu
unleia as Is I alleged lit was seen In
Unulny Iy n lcllin Carl llrsou
of whom ono attests lo knw except
unel for the man who was list on
trial today fur lule The Ioululnto
of the identity of the COI use being con
ceded tire iext thing 1b dune was
lhlnl 1veo
to look un Uud n uppes eonnectlons
slid front them antiruin a possible
imtln for his murder U was easily
nsnilolncil that he had lived on terms
of Intimacy with Mrs Aguita Sack a
mid Ife that some that before his
disappearance the pair had quarnlcd
and In en womans Hat Uuldensuppe
hud fought with and beaten the lan
ulao hud supplanted him In his into
tress urctol Martin Thorn u bar
ber who smarting under tho beating
uris ovelhod 10 threaten to gilt von
With Guldnsupt
Titter are motives that Inlght have
Intplied a murder woman desirous
of being lid of a discarded lover whose
proximity at oily moment might bo
troubesome and the successful lull
who had experltnced the superior
uruwcbH of his Predecessor In the 1
womans infection nnd who might be
made again to surfer the pain and hu
miliation of abeatlliK
The arrest of MINack was followed
a few davs later by that of Thor
whose whereabouts was disclosed by
John Uolpa another barber and a lots
five of the l accused by marriage I Oolpa
enn ol
tins made astittenient upon ricol the
Police rely on Thorns conviction that
Thorn ndmlttid his guilt to him and
since Thorn 1ms been tonflntd two
men who shaved him at different times
have told of Incriminating admission
try the accused
Then lava also been reports that
Mrs Nock had vIrtually ad filed hcr
guilt hut all of he statemnts t are
more or less doubtful
Brlelly 1 la I alleged that Mr Neck
lured Guldensuppe to a cottage In
Woodslde Long Island where the said
she was about to establish a baby
farm that In that collage Thorn
waylaid nnd hot Ouldensnppe after
wards severing bis head dismembering
his corpse and disposing of his reIn
mln In vnrlou ways
In Iho trial Judge Wllmot Smith will
preside District Attorney Youngs will
conduct the Prosecution nsplated hI
exsuirognte August N Wilier and
George W Davidson
Wlllnm Row and Joseph MOP wilt
defend Martin Thorn whose trial will
precede that of Mrs Naek and Hman
uel Friend and W II Hlrsch will at
tend nit counsel for thowrorma
ciAtoothe opening of the court the lint
of 00 names of special Jurymen sum
moned were read Then Sheriff Dohl
wns directed to produce the prison
Thorn handcuffed to a deputy sheriff
walked briskly to ilia table tit which
his least advisorn were sitting lie was
cleanly shriven and Showed no signs of
nervousness or tipprehonslim
Both fides were prepared for the
trill And as Thorn stood tip Anti the
clerk explained to him his right of
challenging tiny of the jurnrp num
moned he bent forward Ifetervinir to
every word When the clerk hall fill
101 the trfmnnr Inclined his head
mllghtlv and sat down
Illrisr fr vaminatinn of the talem
men a faint smile played around
Thorns month rind tit if men If an
peared tn be one of tile most uncon
corned persons In tile court
Fifly Farrilirs That Are Willing to Pioneer a I
Our Fathers and Mothers Did
Giles Wayne County Utah
October 30 2897
To the Hclltori
Wo frequently see In the columns
of the News glowing Secants of tire
goodly lands of Idaho Arizona Old
and New Mpxleo and many olhcr Iarts
0 our broad domain the one Ile rn and
western portions of our Stole not e
tIlvd but It has been
> long time
allies we have seen Anything from Ole
or the eton part of Wayno count
Oh Pays Ihe observer that Is I Blue Vol
ley donn near the Holjbtrn1 Roost
Yes we ore headquartcis of Blue Val
ley and as to the Itobbeis lloost Ir I U I
of so little concern to the settlers here
that we never hear anything about It
only u we see some exaggerated news
paper tory or perchance meet some
travelers Just down from Salt Lane
that Is I full slid running ocr with the
latest news but after listening lo him I
tel fill I that he known we ale forced to
tile conclusion that he has read a dime I
novel lo during I his Journey and has 1m
billed too freely of alkali water while
crossIng the desert and his brain fr
IHihaps I only his stomach Is badly de I
We little had considerable rain sev
eral floods and a Ito snow and frost
of late This country has the credit
and I cum justly too of being a
hard count hence Mr Editor It you
can loll us of a country where we can
ret all of the necessities an1 ome of
the luxuries at life with less hard work
thn we can here we mill hal the nem
with clJil tidings of good thing other
wise we will follow the admonition of
Paul We will hope and patleniy wall
for better limes How often do people
travel through the Dixie I country and
almost env the settlers the beautiful
homo i thy possess Hut what do thev
know of the hard times thai our frith
en underwent In sealing that country
They forget that It hi tken from
twenty to thlrtnv yearn of hard la
bor to make those he me The a
to that country can tell r of floods much
greater In mngnltu nnd damage
fringnItugoinntild damolc
11 all any wo ever had In this country
They con tell too of heavy roads nnd
miploductlve soil They had to haul
Ihelr wood and Umber farther than we
do and hero wo have coal In abundance
flvc rf six mlls Want file water la I
generally good iuul It Is I considered n
very health country
On Sept 1 HI 1SOC we Tied the largest
flood liver known here Bridges and
d sale were swept Away anti out ditches
greatly damaged The people WOI ked
h011 nn1 oornaU bUl at air
wih nllhe
tould do It wan Juno atP of this year
before vvt got th > water oul here at
Ollce nnd mil of the people almost
dooulre1 of rejoin Any crop But the
Idc kaetmo to PIT ni thnt If w do
not 1lunl w clnul reap 0 we went
to work as though it was spring In
stead of June Cth as vry lutlo plant
Ing or even plowing had been done up
to that date Through our efforts nnd
the blesnlngi of the Lord crops gen
erally are good A present Hour Is I
Very cities In our community but
mot peorlo have their yards full of
corn nnd their barrels full of molasses
with > few vegclnbles such as squash
cabling onion tomoto ell
I wi not advocnlo Iheldea as ex
pmlmenl but will give It nt my opinion
that as a matter of neciEslly a family
could starve for a long time op a diet
of corn bread nnd molasses with plen
ty of baked squash Gialn doe well
here If solved early also some title po
tatoes hw been raise arid those who
doubt that this Is I a fruit country If
they Ill com Town homrre king can
Ie convinced that Lorenzo Turner Is I
Prepared to Slump the earth riot only
with caches I but apples also and
Johnathm Hunt has as line an aenort
mont of graven no can 10 found north
ofTo < iu rvlilp Land can Ie had on
easy terms with n chance to work up
n waur light Fifty families or more
can make good home here If they will
pioneer and labor for It no our fathers
have dons In the older Kitllements
How Oregon Was Saved by a Mule
Dr Marcus Whitmans horseback
tide of more than 3000 < miles from Ore
gon on his way lo Washington D C
to Insist upon our government taltlnt
possession of Oitgon to prevent It
from falling Into Biltlsh hands Is
graphically described In the Ladles
Items Journal by George Ludlngton
Wee Moro than once Indeed fro
quenty during that Jourey In the
u Inter I of 18123 n filter of unusual
itivVelItY rites Ir Weed Dr Whit
mark lead the Way through river
N hose s stare woo flozen one Ihe side
13 U ffet tit the waves of foaming cur
tents ho plunges with his horse com
pletely under water minded h storm
In every direction he Is I compelled lo re
main tn days In 1 Iorl 11uph oia
even In Ills courageous heart one tiling
stems Inevitable the snow must be his
djlng tied and winding sheet and the
moaning winds his dirge Believing
that lilt llfeH journey Is I ended with
that ton aid Washington unfinished he
lsmounts arid knolh1 In the now
lu prujsfor Oregon and for liervVuo
In loneliness Is I praying for him uncon
scious of this Special danger
Mans cxtrtmlly lie I God oppor
tunity So luiinctli the Proverb which
Dr Whitman was not repeating when
It was velllled In a way suggestive of
sudden transition from the solemn tn
the almost ridiculous A mule with
stubbornness stiffened by tile cold wlh
tlio Instinct 1 proserved pointed will l
his long cars in one dIrvetion nW
other us If seeking the way and nt
last plowing through the snow be
came u unique guide where the human
had failed leading the despairing com
Pony through drift and canv on to the
camp of the previous night That mule
also saved Oregon to the United
Told by Mark Twain
Mark Twain tells the following tory
about the late James Hartland Trum
liull of Connecticut In the November
Centum Years ago as I have been
told n widowed descendant of the Au
dubon family In dele nte need sold
a Perfect cop of Audit hunts Birds to
a commercial Y minded scholar In
America for 1100 The book was worth
JlOOOIn the market The scholar com
plImented himself upon his shrewd
stroke of business That was not Hammond
round Irumbulls style After the war
a lady In the tar south wrote him that
among the wreckage of her better davs
she had a book which some had told her
was worth 1100 and had advised her
to offer It to him she added thai the
waR very poor and that If he wo lit
buy It B thai price It would be a
greal fuvor to her I was EllotR In
dlu Iltble Trumbull answered tat
If It was a perfect ropy It had an
on t ab Imbed market l Value of II TOO that
If she would send I to him he would
examine Itonnd If It proved to be per
feet he would sell ILia the British
museum < und forward tile money t her
It did prove to be perfect and she got
tact her SlOOO without delay and Iul
The owner of the Olive gold mine n t
Feint river Manitoba has refused at
offer of half 0 million dollars made by
the IOlhchld
A colony of twenty Jewish famlllei
start front San Francisco today for anew
new colony at Welllngtl Smith Val
ley Iyon count NO
The tnt baseball game between the
the Baltlmorcs and All Americas
played In San Iranclsco Sunday was
witnessed by 12000 people
Depreciation In real estate has
caused the Farmers Loan and Trust
company of Toronto Canada to roe
ommend lo Its shareholders n Itro
menl from busIntme
On Saturday night a mob broke Into
and looted the olllce of the Republican
at Ills tie Janeiro The ale had be
come offensive by Its attacks
olenlve hI I nlack upon the
late Mlnliler Balencourl
11 Irani L Holden cashier of Iho Con
trial National ban al Pueblo Col
UI8Idd Holiday morning In 1 fit of
temporary Insanity There was nolh
ing wrong with his books
Tho steamer City of Columbia will
leave New York on Dec 1st mlt wi
party for the Klondike region sixty
wcmen are Included In the list of pas
sengers already the youngest person
booked Is I a boy of seven pron
The residence of George Tullock
about three miles from laUfaN C
was burned to the ground last night
Miss Mary Walker Plater of hl
Tullock and a fourj earold child of
the Tulloeks were burned to death
At noon on Sunday nine miles pal
01 110n Mo Arthur Wrlht killed
John Ties nn1 shot the laUr father
WIIm 1 from nl telr hnme All
t hose Involved tire farmers hot no reo
on Is given for the shooting Themu
deer escaped
The Logic of BossIsm
Prom the Washington Star
Of course remarked the political
bops a man In this business cant be
ahcolutcly perfect
And the next thing In my opinIon II
for him to bo perfectly abso lit
City Council Meets at High Noon to Chcc ill 11 I 11 i
Election Returns 1 i
j L
DI Oal Tw Vote Orrr thit tublliheil
llcurexbot No Ch lilE ln tlietlen il I l
utIIoult Is 1robthle 1 1 l
The City Council met nt high noon I It
today to mako official canvass of tho I
returns of the recent election for rau 1
ilclpal officers All of the members I It I
wOe Present except Allen and t 14
OMcara Tho first sitting wa i brief
being of Jut one hours duration
From present Indications tha work
will cover a period of from two to
three dole So far no i It had pro I i
gressed nt press time there were n Ill t
dcelopmnl ihlch would seem 10
give any promise I of a change In the I 11 I
general result although Dale moo a r
gain of two votes In precinct No I I
over the figures credited to him by tho I
press on the day after election I
The Council was called lo order
promptly nt 12 oclock by President
Newell Proceedings were opened by
semidesultory discussion as to the 1
method to be pursued In canvassing 1
and checking the returns Lloyd r
moved that the recorder as the clerk
of the board go over the returns by J I I
election districts that ho be assisted
by two members of the board to bo fIt
at by the char and that he I
announce tho result to the board I
WIcomb moved n nn amendment I I
that the board resolve Itself Into five
committees of three each and canvass I I
the returns Seconded by L Irohon 1
and lost after which Lloyds motion
prevailed arid Lloyd and Wbcomb I I i I
were appointed to assist the recorder I
Dale offered the following resolution I
which was adopted without dissent
That the several voting precincts bo
taken up In their numerical order be i
ginning with election district No 1 I
that the method of canvassing be lint I I
to count the nome mnrkt Voted I
on the registration list and the names I
wrlttin as havng voted on the poll I li
book or list of voters and t
lal vter a comparison
son of the totals be made and any dif f
ferences noted that then the tally
fchects be taken up and the tallies for
each canddlatc countid and the totals I
1 1110rvtl ided by the judges of election I
vcrllted that all tile votes cast for t 1
any ono office he totalled to see that
they do not exceed the total of those
marked Voted on tho registration list
and poll book still If any discrepancy
IS I noted Is I vldenthat I be noted In 11
the record So ooon ns each election
district Is I completely i cs elclon l I
result must b Publicly announced
Mulvey moved that the city attorney
cit otorney
be In attendance during the silting of I
the board to i offer such legal advice
as might be deemed necessary
Dlehl moved to amend by striking
out the wore requested and Inserting I I
Instructed In lieu thereof Carried f
And on motion of Colllster the chief
of police was Instructed to have a pr I
lc omcr In ntendonce at the met 1 I
Ingn of the board hereafter
The work of checking the figures I
was hen proceeded with nnd only one t
district canvassed at 1 oclock at which I I I I
time a recess was taken until 2 p m j I
Tin i official check upon the return
made by the judge showed 221 vote i
coat 10 district No 1 while the regis
trillion lift showed that but 2U persona V I
had voted The highest Aggregate vote
was 219 for the allies of Mayor The I I
discrepancy noted rl 1 not material as It I
Is I plainly evident that seven persona 11
voted whom the judges failed to thus
Precincts second third and fourth
had also been canvassed at the time i
0 the closing of the News report
In precinct No 4 I appears that the
judges had omitted to mirk voted
after the name of each Individual voter
on the registry lilt as was done In the I
othe Precincts This discovery caused I
Le Prohon to move that the clerk of
Ihe board make a record of the omis 11
sion The omission was noted without I
further comment and the canvass I
Again proceeded with
Court at Coalville
Coalvllle Utah Nov 6 1897
District court convened on Wednes
day the 3rd Insl at 2 oclock p m
Judge Norrell presiding The follow
ing business was transacted
State of Utah vs D D Huff and
I Charles Trays And State Is Henry I
Long demurrer to Information argued I I
and submitted t
I In the mater of the estate of James I
Ilennefer deceased hearing petition
tor admltllng will to probate and ap
contlinued 01
pointing administrator continued until
Nov 4 1SS7
Oco J Ilarryvs J N Jacobsen et al I
demurrer lo mended answerand cross I
complaInt and motion to strike from
files irgutd and submitted
The cases of M O Johnson vs John I
HopkIns e nl arid Maxwell vs 1 W
Smith Jr were submitted without argument
Summit count a Henry Welh et
nl Sixty days ulowed to prepare
Inhmcnl oil motion for new trial
Wlioms Van Cot Sutherland
were entered as counsel for defendants
lra J Ve
In comes of Summilt county a sheep I I
cases demurrer to complaints ordered i I
to ho heard In Sol 101e
The crime of lorlwol Va lartU t I
was ordered stricken from the codes
dnr can
Thursday Nov 4th Court corvened I 11
at 10 oclock a m Tho cases of State I
vs Long and Huff Hay demurrer
overruled exception entered nnd de I
fendants cited to appear to enter plea
Nov 8th nt 10 oclock am I
Motion to relax costs In the case of
Maxwell vs Emlth overruled
In the came of Barry vs Jacobin or I
01 demurer and motion to strike tram
nlei overruled costs ordered paid by
2 oclock p m Nov Gth
I I The following petit Jurors were ex I I
I cused GUI MortennonWllllam IJenney
cue MnrtnoonWllnm
J J Pmlthlea and Herman Bent I i I
In the matter of the estate ofJame I
lnfr Petition fnr Probate l
Lohl Hennefer appointed administra
tor without bond I
In the Tole Va Tole case on rtd r
of nuhlenlon of Summons wn entered I
and clerk ordervid to mal copy of um I
mono to defendant
Th cape of the SLAt Va n Mocky
continued and set for trl1 MondAY
Nov 15 1837 I
NN vS5t
Nov nth court convened nt 10 ocock t
n m Th rns of Wlah n Ontario I
Co and Oly va Lynch were set for
tondt Nly 5th anti the came of
APheint v McGrth set for Tuesday
Nev 91h
Court adjourned until Monday Nov
8th G U B

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