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TVEKTYEIGHTH I YEAR SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOVEMBER 5 1897 NUMBER 345
UTf cHins ARE
DANDY INDIANS
II
No Nobler Aborigines Ever
X Seen in Washington
INTERVIEWED BLISS
TALKED ALLOTMENTS
It Is Believed They Will Carry Back
a Favorable Report
Final Talk Takes Place This After
noon Colorow the Only Chief
Whose Course Seems to Be in
Doubt Atickee Won Over to Al
lotment Uncompahgrcs Were Not
Concerned in Recent Trouble
Pight at Thompsons Sluch Exag
gerated
Special to The Herald
Washington Nov 4Secretary of
the Interior BUss returned from New
Ycrk this morning Early this after
V noon Commissioner of Indian Affairs
t Jones called on him to make arransre
lf 1 f ment for the presentation of the Un
compahgre chiefs The Indians have
H been here awaiting their coming for
4 nearly two weeks The secretary there
fore promptly arranged to expedite
their presentation and set 4 oclock
tis afternoon for their first hearsay
The formal presentation of the chiefs
occurred at that hour
They all reared in the secretarys
r ice wearing citizens clothes and
making a
aFINE
FINE APPEARANCE
They are as good looking a body of
Indians as have been introduced to any
cretary in many years The prlnci
I al chief Chavaneaux was esi < daily
noticed as he pascd through the
marble corridors of the great interior
department building He has a strong
ly marked face and sturdv figure that
occasioned many admiring comments
On arriving in the secretarys room
A the Indians took seats on the richly
upholstered divans of the secretarys
row They were aecompanidjjy Al l
lotment Commissioner Jeffreys Cap
tain W H Beck the Indian agent at
the reservation Subagent Gogarty
and the interpreter Alhandra Mc
Andrews was absent
Th secretary received the chiefs
cordially each being introduced in
turn h iy Captain Beck The statute
providing for the
TTNCOMPAHGRS ALLOTMENTS
was read translated and its meaning
explained Tlie secretary told Chav
neaix and his associate chiefs that he
was glad they had come on to Wash
ington to talk over the matter of tIlt
I allotments He assured them that
while he represented the authority of
the government and must enforre the
laws he was also the representative of
the Indians and should take care to see
that their interests were fully and
adequately protected
Only two of the chiefs spoke Chava
neaux ard Coorow each expressing
the pleasure it had given them to como I
to the capital to talk the matter over
with the heads of the government and
confidence that all matters of differ
ence would be disposed of as a result
of the visit The secretary then ar
0 ranged with the Indians for a full and
t
FINAL TALK
at 4 oclock tomurrow and the inter
view came to a close
It is believed that the Indians will
carry back to the reservation an
unanimously favorable report The
only chief whose course seems to be
at all in doubt is Colorow who is to
some extent influenced and controlled
by Red Moon
Atichee who was reported to be op
posed to allotment appears to have
been favorably impressed by what he
has seen and heard while here and is
likely to favor the allotment
Chavaneaux and McCook will act
together ad are known to be
favorable to accenting the sit
uation and allowing the allotment to
proceed without further opposition
PEACEABLE INDIANS
Vyasket the war chief of the Un
compahgres who is a brother of Chief
Chavaneaux has sent a telegram to
Commissioner Guffy at Fort Duchesne
relative to the troubles in the reser
vation The commislsoner has for
warded the information in the following
dispatch to Captain Beck
Wyasket has telegraphed me to
say to you and those with you that the
Uncompahgres are not concerned in
recent troubles and have no feeling
whatever
The chiefs will eave for home Satur
day night On the return trip Captain
Beck will stop a short time at Denver
I and before returning to the reservation
Gogarty will spend some time with his
family at Salt Lake
TROUBLE EXAGGERATED
Fight at Thompsons Raised More
Talk Than Hair
Special to The Herald
Lilly Park Colo via Vernal Utah
Nov 4Thompsons ranch is at last
reached after six days riding in mud I
and slush His haystacks and barns II
were burned as reported in dispatches
but from all that could be learned by
1 examination of the ground around the
place it is not believed that the In
dians had any hand in the affair There
has been no snow or rain to obliterate
tracks and other places where Indians
were known to have been Their tracks
fE were plainly visible but no signs could
be found around Thompsons of the
L visitation of Indians Mr Thompson
himself said that he in no wise blamed
the Indians for his loss that it was a
white man in his opinion who took
advantage the Indian scare to do a
malf ious act He is so fully convinced
of this that he intends having the man
arrested as a firebug I I
When Vaughns ranch was passed by
the command all the settlers of Lilly
park and the surrounding country were
gathered there but since the arrival of
Captain Wrisrht and his soldiers they
have all returned to their homes If
I the sending of regulars to Lilly park I
had no other effect it restored confi
dence to the people thereby thoroughly
I j scouring the country and ascertaining
that no Indians remained The troops
j have been scouting the country for two
days and find no recent indication of
I I Indians and Mr Vest the minister
I
from Ouray agency has just arrived I
and reports that all the Indians are on
the reservation After looking over the
country and hearing Captain Wrights
report he returns to Duchesne fully
convinced that the trouble is entirely
over in Colorado
Your correspondent visited the In
dian camp where the recent slaughter
of unarmed and defenseless Indians oc
curred The rround was marked by
three separate stains of blood marking
the place where the Indians had fallen
after the terrible onslaught of the j
game wardens From the number of
lodge poles there were about eight I
tepees in this camp and the scene of
confusion which met the eye showed
only too plainly of the hurried manner
in which the survivors left the country
Buckskins moccasins saddles camp
equipment etc had been abandoned in
their flight
Captain Wright starts on the home
ward trip tomorrow satisfied that there
is no further danger to the settlers
The whole trouble amounts to this
Game wardens murdered two Indian
bucks and wounded two squaws a
white man burned another white mans
hay and barns
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ClOLKS STOPPED IN I MO JT ANA
EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS FRIGHT
EN OUR NEIGHBORS
I
Nothing Iffore Serious Than the
Anger of Housewives Over Broken
Dishes and Window Panes
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Special to The Herald
Pocatello Ida Nov 4From Silver
Bow Mon south as far as Monida en
the line of the Oregon Short Line two
shocks of earthquake were felt this
morning one at 22S lasting about 45
seconds the other at 7 oclock
At Divide 20 miles south of Silver I
Bow the shock was quite severe but
no damage was done
At Dillon the people exhibited con I
siderable fear the buildings swayed
to and fro clocks stopped and dishes I
I rattled and the town was pretty thoro
ughly aroused The walls of the court
I I house were cracked and plaster broken
I off At Red Rock broken windows and
dishes gave evidence of the shocks
I A number of time pieces at Lima in
I dicated the time of the visitations and
t required a fresh start while glassware
rattled and more or less anxiety was
I felt by the inhabitants
Flower nets were shaken from their I
I stands at Monida and the sway of the
I depot building was very perceptible
reported Nothing of a serious nature has been I
I LOVERINGS CHARACTER
II Described by Those Who Knew Him
I at Boise Barracks
iSpeclal to The Herald
I Boise Ida Nov 4Captain Lover
ing whom the president today ordered
courtmartialed for the injuries inflicted
I
ed upon Private Hammond at Fort
Sheridar wasfoi two years stationed
at Boise being transferred to Sheridan
with his regiment less than a year ago
Men who knew him at Boise barracks
here say he was ordinarily mildman
nered but when mad became greatly
excited ad appeared to lose his head
entirely At such times he became very
violent ad swore like a pirate at the
trembling objects of his wrath I
NOTABLE DEAD
Colonel Rip Ford
San Antonio Tex Nov 4Colonel
John S Ford known throughout Texas
as Colonel Rip Ford the Indian
fighter has died at his home after a
months illness Colonel Ford was
stricken with paralysis Oct 1 since
which time he gradually sank The de
ceased was S2 years of age a native of
South Carolina from which state he
emigrated to Texas in 1S3C
Prof George F Holmes
Richmond Va Nov Professor
George Frederick Holmes of the Uni
versity of Virginia died here at 2
oclock today
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THE HUDSON DISASTER I
I
Coroners Investigation Going on at
Cold Springs
Cold Springs N Y Nov 4The cor
oners inQuest into the cause of the
death of the 21 victims of the recent
disaster on the New York Central rail
road near Garrison was resumed here il
tonight The most important testi
mony was that of Michael Clare a
former section master and three men
who had worked under him on the Gar
rison sectio They testified that the
embankment which collapsed had al
ways been troublesome and that parts
of two walls previously built there to
retain the roadbed had slid over into
the river
The railroad companys attorneys
were not permitted to examine the wit
nesses though they desired to show
that Clare had been discharged for in
ebriety
The Capetown Railway
Capetown Nov 4A dispatch from
Buluwayo says the newly constructed
Buluwayo railroad was formally opened
today in the presence of Sir Alfred Mil
ler governor of Cape Colony and high
commissioner of South Africa and a
large assemblage of South African offi
cials railway magnates and capitalists
A cable message of congratulation
was received by Sir Alfred Milne from
Mr Joseph Chamberlain British sec
retary of state for the colonies Cecil
Rhodes owing to illness was unable I
to be present at the ceremonies but his
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name and that of Mr Chamberlain
were cheered with the greatest enthu
siasm
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The Blair Road
New York Nov 4The Mail and
Express says It is reported this after
noon that at a meeting of the directors
of the St Louis 8 San Francisco rail
road held in this city today arrange
ments were made to obtain control of I
the Blair otherwise known as the Kan
sas City Osceola < fc Southern This line
runs from Kansas City to Osceola a dis
tance of 112 miles
and by building a
spur the Frisco could connect with it
and thereby secure an entrance into
Kansas City
Saved From Lynching
Ripley W Va Nov 4Jobn Mor
gan confessed murderer of the Green I
family was Indicted today by the
grand jury and his trial will begin to
morrow before Judge Blizzard N th
ing but this promptness could have I
prevented his being lynched Miss
Katie Green the only one of the family
that was not killed outright last Tues
I
day night died today making a clean
sweep of the family of four in Tuesday j
nights tragedy
THE UNION PAGIFIGI
1
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Amount Received by the Govern
ment From the Sale i
IT IS NEARLY 54000000
I
SALE OF THE KANSAS BRANCH
SET FOR DECEHBER 16
I
First Call on the Syndicate For Cash
Transfer to Banks Will Not
Create a RippleUnion Pacific
Denver Gulf Reorganization
The Latest by Wire Local Notes
Washington Nov Assistant Sec
retary Vanderlip has returned from a
brief visit to New York where he ar
ranged for the transfer by the reorgan
ization committee of the governments
share of the purchase price of the I
Union Pacific railroad Several other j
prominent New York City banks have j
made applications for the deposit with
them of such amounts of the purchase i i
money as the treasury department may
deem necessary in order that there may
be no disturbance of the money mar
ket in consequence of the reorganiza
tion committees heavy withdrawals
The National City bank will accept
15000000 the Chase National 2000
000 the Hanover National 2000000
the National Bank of the Republic
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UNION PACIFIC REORGANIZATION COH20ETTEE
I 800000 and the American Exchange
National and Seaboard National 500
000 each making a total of 20800000
I Other banks will also apply for con
siderable amounts and furnish the re
quired indemnity bonds should it be
deemed necessary The fact however
that the reorganization committee has
decided to make its payments accord
ing to the dates fixed by the court in
stead of paying the whole amount at
once will relieve the situation very
materially
According to the treasury calcula
tions the exact amount of the govern
ments share of the purchase money is
58448223 Of this amount 23230512
is principal outstanding 30830181 in
terest due and unpaid and 381530 in
terest accrued but not due Against
this gross sum there is a credit of 4
537321 representing the cash in the
sinking fund and 1144G being > the
amount of interest on the bonds in the
sinking fund due Nov 1 making a to
tal credit of 4549368 which being
taken from the gross amount of the
purchase price leaves a balance cf 53 I
898855 Of this amount 8084828 less
the amount of cash in the sinking fund
will be due in 15 days after the con
firmation of the sale which as expected
to take place within the next few days
These second payments will be made 15 I
days after the first and will aggregate
12590848 The three remaining pay I
ments will be made within 40 50 and 60
I
days respectively from the date of the
confirmation of the sale and will be for
12590848 each
The amount of government bonds is
sued in aid of the Pacific railroads I
which mature on Jan 1 next is 29904 i
952 as follows
Central Pacific 10614120 Union Pa
d c 15919512 Kansas Pacific 1423
000 Central branch Union Pacific 320
000 Sioux City Pacific 1628320
WITHOUT A RIPPLE
A Big Sensation Did Not Disturb
Conditions
New York Nov 4A member of the
Union Pacific syndicate speaking to
day of the arrangements for depositing
in banks the 858000000 which is to be
paid the government for the release of
its lien uoon the Union Pacific said
The transactions will be carried out
without a ripple in the financial condi
tion of the market The money will be
deposited in eight or nine banks and
more if they care to qualify as such I
depository One bank is ready with
bonds to take 15000000 of the money
and it can arrange to take 30000000 if I
necessary I do not think anv of thi
money will be deposited in Chicago
banks for the reason that the money
is in New York and Chicago does not
want it now any more than the New
York banks do Some little of course
may be deposited In Chicago and one
or two other cities perhaps if there
are any payments to be made on that
account in those cities It should not
I be forgotten that virtually what ever I
money is to be deposited this month is
already here in banks and trust com I I
panies on account of the reorganiza I
tion committee and the underwriting i
syndicate and the depositing of it in
banks for the government simply I
means a bookkeeping affair for the
most part of it and the transfer from I
one bank to another Some of the
money received has yet to be paid by
European interests and for that the
underwriting change syndicate will draw ex I
THE KANSAS BRANCH
Sale Has Been Postponed Until De
cember 16
Topeka Kan Nov 4The sale of
I
the Kansas Pacific branch of the Union
I Pacific railroad under the government
I foreclosure set for today in this city
i was postponed until Thursday Dec 16
I W D Cornish of St Paul special
r master was present and at 11 oclock
appeared at the depot of the Union
Pacific Mr Cornish as anticipated
simply formally ann unced that under
the authority of the court he adjourned
the sale
TO THE DALLES
Tacoma Lake Park Road to Be
Extended
Tacoma Wash Nov 4Colonel
William Bailey of New York who
bought the Tacoma and Lake Park
railway at auction several days ago
will extend the line to opposite The
Dalles on the Columbia river The
name of the road has been changedto
the Tacoma Columbia River railway
standard and
The road is of gauge
now extends from Tacoma to Lake
Park
ParkI is intended to prosecute the work
steadily all winter and until the line is
completed A branch line will eventu
ally be built to Mount Tacoma The
exact route of the extension has not
been made public
THE GULF ROAD
Majority of the Bonds and Stocks
Deposited
New York Nov 4Th reorganiza
tion committee of the Union Pacific
Denver Gulf Railroad company is
sued notice today that a majority of
the consolidated mortgage bonds and
stock of the company had been depos
ited under the plan of reorganization
and that certificates of deposit on the
Central Trust company have been listed
on the New York stock exchange The
executive committee had extended
executve commitee lad
the time for depositing securities
I until Nov 15 after which time
none will be received except
at the discretion of the company
and upon a penalty of 50 for each
consolidated mortgage bond and 1 for
each share of stock
The Oregon Improvement company
has called the third installment of the
assessment of 25 on each consolidated
bond 250 on each share of stock and
2 on each share of common stock pay
able on or before Nov 15 at the Man
hattan Trust company or the old Col
I
ony Trust company of Boston
I Decision Affirmed
Washington Nov 4The United
States supreme court today dismissed
I the case of the St Paul Northern
railroad as appellate against the St
Paul Minneapolis Manitoba Rail
road company appellee involving the
ownership of the railroad land from
Watabab Minn to Brainerd in the
same state thus affirming the decision
of the United States circuit court of ap
peals for the Eighth circuit These
lands had been conveyed to the Mani
toba company by the governor of the
state but it was claimed by the St
Paul and Northern Pacific that they
had not been earned as the road has
not been constructed by the Manitoba
company but rather by the St Paul
Northern Pacific company itself The I
state legislature sought by an act inI I
1S77 to transfer the lands notwith
standing the governors conveyance
but the court held that the Northern I
Pacific did not by the provisions of
I this act acquire any such title to the
land as to enable it to maintain a suit
The dismissal of the case by the su
preme court sustains this view The
dismissal was however the result of an
agreement between the contending par
ties and this fact suggests a compromise
The First Call
New York Nov 4The managers of
the Union Pacific reorganization plan
have called for the first 25 per cent
from the syndicate to pay the payment
of the government lien The 45000000
syndicate received 100 per cent in new
4 per cent bonds and 50 per cent in
preferred stock
stoce
The syndicate for 8000000 receives
100 per cent in new 4s and 3313 in
preferred stock The first installment
calls for payment of over 13000000
I Railway Circles
H B KOrser commercial agent of
the Missouri Pacific left last night on
a business trip to Portland
General Passenger Agent Bailey of
the Short Line will leave for Portland
on business in a day or two
General Agent Brown of the Midland
is still confined to his bed with inflam
matory rheumatism but was reported
to be slightly improved yesterday
Edward L Fries for many years with
the accounting department of the
Union Pacific at Omaha has accepted
a position with the engineering depart
ment of the Short Line and will here
after make his home in this city
J A Lewis formerly general agent
of the Short Line at Butte is a visitor
Mr Lewis is accompanied by his
mother and sister Since severing his
connection with the Short Line Mr
Lewis has formed a partnership with
exGovernor Rickards The party is I
staying at the Knutsford
Steamship Arrivals
New York Arrived Trave and WeImar
from Bremen Thingvalla Copenhagen
Sailed Massilia Marseilles
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MILES SCENTS DANGER
Recommends Catling Guns to Pro
tect Our Money Chests
UNCLE SAMS BON BONS
FAIR DISTRIBUTION OF UTAH
POSTMASTERS
Civil Service Examiner Designated
For Salt Lake Postoffice Agri
cultural College of Wyoming
Aided With Patented Lands
Washington Briefs
New York Nov 4A dispatch to the
World from Washington says
General Nelson A Miles was asked
last night to give his reasons for rec
ommending the fortification of the new
federal building in Chicago with Gat
ling guns He said
There are nine places in this coun
try where the treasury chests of Uncle
Sam are located and for the past 20
years I have urged the necessity of
protecting these depositories with the
most approved pattern of firearms
When the subject of a new public build
ing at Chicago was broached one of
my first thoughts was for protective
measures in case there should be an
attempt directed against the subtreas
ury holdings which will be put in the
building
While I was in Constantinople the
details of the attack of the Turkish
bank in that city were related to me
and brought back to me the necessity
for some means for defense of the pub
lic institutions of the United States
Gatling guns could be placed where I
they would be available at a moments
notice
General Miles did not believe there is
any necessity to fortifying postoffices
or other federal structures except
those in which are large sums of gov
ernment money He thinks that in each
I where there are subtreasuries a de
tail of regular troops should be main
tained According to his plan this
would involve an additional expense to
the government Supervising Architect
Taylor of the treasury department
caBs attention to the fact that the mint
at Phiadelphi was constructed to per
mit of its occupancy by light artillery
men in case of an emergency
UNCLE SAMS BON BOWS
Liberal Distribution of Gifts to Utah
Wyoming and Idaho
Special to The Herald
Washington Nov 4William S
Naylor has been designated by the civil
I
service commission as a member of the
board of civil service examiners in the
postoffice at Salt Lake City
Miss Effie E Plummer of Joliet Ida I
has been appointed a teacher in the In
dian school at Warm Springs Ore at
600 per annum
Fourthclass nfstmasters were ap
point d in Utalf day as follows
Argenta Salt Lake county T Erick
son vice J T Monk removed
Draper Salt Lake county C H Sad
ler vice F C Mickleson resigned
Ephraim Sanpete county A Hanson
vice H P Larson resigned
Fountain Green Sanpete county
Eliza II Anderson vice George Carter
removed
Spanish Fork Utah county F II
Snell vice J B Mustard removed
Joseph H Brown has been commis
sioned postmaster at Bellevue Ida
I Secretary Bliss today ordered patent
ed to the state of Wyoming a list of
lands containing 626 acres in the Doug I
I college las district in aid of the agricultural i
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ARBITRATION AGAIN
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Reopening of Negotiations Slay Occur
at an Early Day
Washington Nov 4Sir Julian
Pauncefote the British ambassador
who is just back from London probably
will confer with Secretary Sherman at
an early day concerning the reopen
ing of negotiations for an Anglo
I American treaty of arbitration Mr
Sherman made known to the British
authorities that the president would
view with favor a reopening of the
I negotiations and was hopeful that a
peace treaty would be secured Since
then Sir Julian has visited London and
has had an opportunity to learn the
opinion of the foreign office as well as
British feeling on the subject All
tendencies on that side are favorable to
I I arbitration although there is a genera
j indisposition to take up the treaty
I question as long as there is a chance
I that it would meet the same fate as
I the OlneyPauncefote treaty
I COVERED WITH DIAMONDS I
Appearance of the Bishop of Alaska
at luTcSinleys Court I
I Washington Nov 4Nicholas bish I
I op of Alaska and the Aleutian Islands
who has just arrived in Washington
from San Francisco was among the
callers on President McKinley today
He was accompanied by Mr De Wal
lant charge daffaires of the Russian
legation and presented a striking ap
pearance clad in full canonical robes
of royal purple velvet with high head
dress and flowing black veil and with
his broad chest fairly covered with
diamonds pearls and other precious
stones of great value The bishop is
the only official representative bishop
of the Russian church in the territory
of the United States and he attracted
much attention as he visited the execu
tive departments to pay his respects t
the cabinet officers
New Army Society
Washington Nov 4The national
corps of the regular army and navy
union has beep incorporated under an
act of congress a a result of the split
which recently occurred at Kansas
City The organization has established
headquarters in Washington An in
junction will be asked to prevent the
other name organization from using the
I Trade of United Kingdom
Washington Nov 4 Consul General Os
borne at London has made a report to the
department upon the trade of the United
I Kingdom in 1S06 I shows that the im
I ports were 125596730 more than In 1S95
and from the United States aone the ex
ecs was 93992430 The exports show a
large increase being valued at 1200727
755 an excess of 70000000 over the pre
vious year The balance In favor of the
United States last year was 5370000000
I greater than at any time during the past
15 years and probably at any time pre
i vious to that period
Washington Briefs
Secretary Bliss has issued an order as
to the removal of employees in the class
ified service and calling attention to the
presidents order of last July providing
against removals without due charges
and prior hearing The secretary directs
0 rigid enforcement of this and allows I
emplOyee complained of three days with
in whidh to submit through the proper j > I
officer t the department a defense in
writing failure to do which will be held
to be a waiver of defense
Statement of the treasury shows Avail
able cash balance 2W90054S gold re
serve 5154034312
The postoflice department will shortly
advertise for proposals for ocean mail
service between this country and Jamaica
The service for the first time will have
to be performed In American ships
Rev Dr Charles A Gerry a English
clergyman according to report has been
Invited to act as senate chaplain for a
few days during the next session He
sesson
will conduct 0 series of mass meetings
throughout the country in the interest of
the arbitration movement
The United States consul at San Juan
de Norte Nicaragua has Informed the
state department that Noberto Anguello
Angelo
who killed William Wilson an American
citizen at Rama in 3894 has been arrest
ed and sent to the Interior as a prisoner
Small Pox Among Indians
Santa Fe N M Nov Captain C
E Nordstrom Indian agent who ha
returned from a trip in the northern
part of the territory says that small
pox has broken out among the Ute In
dians and that a quarantine has been
established to keep the disease from
Apaches being communicated to the Jicarilla
TH HERALD BULLETIN
PAGE ONE
Ute Chiefs at Washington
Sporting News
I Railway Circles
PAGE TWO
Spains Troubles in America
Prince of Wales Sued
Princely Patronage of Tammany
PAGE THREE
Grand County Copper
PAGE FOUR
EdtoralPAGE
PAGE FIVE
Baltimores cans Defeat the AllAmeri
PAGE SIX
Safe Crackers at Richfield
Among the Traders
PAGE EIGHT
Local Politics
Board of Education
Two Divorces Granted by Judge
Holes
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OXING RfSUMfO IN GOTHAM
TENROUND BOUT AT WALDORF
ATHLETIC CLUB
Draw Between Tommy Ryan and
Harry PetersonRaces at Ingle
side Sporting News
New York Nov 4Boxing was resumed
I
sumed in New York tonight after an in
terval of several months Tommy Ryan
of Philadelphia and Harry Peterson of
Brooklyn met in a 10round bout at the
Waldorf Athletic club Both weighed
in at 140 pounds
Ryan was favorite in the betting Up
to thefifth round the boxing was very
tame In the sixth and seventh both
boys did some slugging but after this
they grew weary The bout was de
clared a draw Billy Barrett and Jack
Ward sparred a 10round draw
Benny Leon bested Jimmy Dover in
a 10round bout and Frank Patterson
easily got away with Eddie Gardiner
of Omaha in t bout of the same length
I BASEBALL LEAGUE
New Scheme Proposed For Next
Season
Cleveland 0 Nov President
Frank DD Haas Robinson will propose
a new scheme at the coming annual
meeting of the national baseball league
It is that the fining of players by the
umpires be done away with and that
the umpire be fined 50 for every case
in which he fails to enforce the rules
Every time a player breaks a rule es
pecially those regarding personal con
duct towards the umpire the umpire
must put him out of the game When
enough players are put out of the game
to make it impossible to proceed the
game must be stopped and the admis
sion mopey returned to the spectators
and made good to the management out
of the salaries of the players
Mr Robinson firmly believes this plan
will do away with the disorderly tactics
which have lately been on the increase
in the league games
Races at San Francisco
San Francisco Nov Weather cloudy
track muddy at Ingleside today Results
First Race Five Furlongs Catawbas
won Al Koran second Bodacia third
Tlme1OPh
Second Race Six Furlongs Selling
Monitor won OFleeta second Gfatifiy
third Time 118
Third Race One Mile Fonsavonnah
won Don Luis second Summertime third
Time i51i
Fourth Race Six Furlongs Montgomery
cry won Don Fulano second Wernbersr
third Timel16
Fifth Race Seven Furlongs Fletir de
Lis won Aquinas second Osric I third
Time 131
French Cyclist in SixDay Race
New York Nov 4 Gaston Rivierre the
French long distance cyclist has decided
to take part in the sixday race in Madi
son Square Garden next month He wU
train on an indoor track at Atlanta Ga
THE PLAGUE RECORD
Yesterdays Report Shows No Let Up
in New Cases
New Orleans Nov 4The yellow
fever situation has not improved any
since yesterday and the unfavorable
turn of affairs following in the wake
of the cold wave and the light frost is
very disappointing to Dr Olliphant
president of the board of health He
reiterates however that the effects of
the cold snap will become apparent in
a few days The record shows that the
number of fatalities is greater than
that of yesterday and there is no Ifv p
in the new cases there being 10 and 7
deaths
Dr Olliphant issued an order tonight
raising the quarantine against all
points except that passengers coming
to New Orleans from Mobile Montgom
ery and coast points will be required to
have health certificates from their lo
cal health officers showing that for ten
days there has been no yellow fever in
the house in which they have resided
The fumigation of all baggage will be
continued I
Montgomery Ala Nov 4The gov
ernor issued a proclamation today rais
ing the state yellow fever quarantine
FO far as i applied to all points north
of Montgomery The mayor of Birm
ingham today raised the quarantine
against all points there having been
several heavy frosts there In Mont
gomery there were two new cases to
day and one death At Mobile there
were eleven cases and one death Os
sian Huggins At Selma there was a
heavy frost this morning and ice
formed in many places
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CRISIS IN THE I
BUCKEYE STATE
Intense Interest in the Count
of Close Counties
THE GREAT VALUE OF
SEVENTYTWO VOTES
Properly Distributed in Three Coun
ties Would Elect Democrats
Republican Chairman Claims a 3tEa
jority of Five on Joint Baot
Democratic Chairman Charges
Fraud in Close Counties Where
Republicans Have the Election
Machinery Contest Against
Hanna Lost Sight of For Time Be
ing Election Returns
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Columbus 0 Nov 4Many talk
about a crisis in Ohio Some believes
that a crisis is impending The talk
about a combine in the legislature
against Senator Hanna has subsided
pending the interest in the official
counting of the vote in close counties
countes
s the official canvass of the vote in 83
counties proceeded today the Republican
can pluralities on the state ticket in
creased and on the legislative tickets
it appeared to be getting toward 3 very
close shave
While the Republican plurality on the
State ticket exceeds 28000 the vote on
the legislative is almost as close as it
could be For this reason there is still
unusual anxiety at the state headquar
ters of both parties
REPUBLICAN CLAIM
The Republicans still claim that the
legislature stands 75 Republicans to 70
Democrats on joint ballot for senator
and that their candidates for repre
sentatives in three of the close counties
countes
have been elected by the following plu
ralities Delaware county 29 Wood
county 28 Noble county 85 3 total of
142 on the pluralities of these three
counties A change of 72 votes prop
erly distributed in these three counties
would therefore have turned the re
sult in the legislature by giving these
three representatives to the Democrats
Then the legislature would have stood
72 Republicans and 73 Democrats on
joint ballot for senator
When it is remembered that the total
vote of Ohio last year was over 1000000
I and that it was almost 1000000 this
year it is readily seen that i is such
a small percentage that it cannot be
I clearly expressed in figures or frac
tions or language And this is what
makes the Democratic state committee
continue to claim the legislature and
the Republican state committee to be
so closey on guard in watching the
counting the
CLOSE COUNTIES
The official count of Delaware county
is in but with protests and notices of
contest from the Democrats and the
same is true of Noble county The of
ficial count of Wood county will not be
completed till Saturday although they
expect to get through tomorrow
In Wood county today the Demo
crats protested against counting the
vote of a precinct where the olace of
voting was outside of the precinct but
within the ward Had this precinct
been thrown out i would have elected
the Democratic candidate for represent
ative by a plurality of five instead of
the Republican candidate by 28 The
vote of the precinct was counted and
the Democratic protest filed Other
technicalities are expected in the prog
ress of the vote in that county tomor
row In Noble county there was a long
contest over 27 scratched tickets that
were finally thrown out because they
were not properly marked This was a
Republican county Every point is be
ing contested in the official count of the
close counties
coutes
WHAT NASH SAYS
Chairman Nash says tonight that the
Republicans have a safe majority of
five on joint ballot in the legislature
He admits that the pluralities are small
in some counties but claims they are
safe He has no doubt of the result in
any counties which he claims except
possibly Wood county and in the event
of the loss of that representative he
says the legislature would still stand
74 Republicans to 71 Democrats and
have a majority of three on joint ballot
for senator Chairman Nash said the
returns from the Thirteenth district
showed that the Republicans had u plu
rality of 432 so that there is no longer
any of the state senators in doubt and
the senate will stand 19 Democrats and
17 Republicans
At Republican state headquarters
Summit county is not considered so
doubtful as heretofore and its two rep
resentatives are bemg conceded to the
Democrats This would make the
house crats 58 Republicans and 51 Demo
MCONVILLES CLAIM
Chairman McConville does not admit
that the Republicans have carried the
Thirteenth district for their candidate
for state senator and he still claims
the representatives from Noble Dela
ware Wood Muskingum and other
counties claimed by the Republicans
He also expects the official count to
give the Democrats two of the 12 mem
bers of the legislature from Cuyahoga
county In all these counties and in
others he says there will be contests
for the seats in the event of the cer
tificates of election being given to the
Republicans
Chairman McConville charges fraud
inthe close counties and in some Re
publican counties He says nearly all
the close counties have gone Republic
an heretofore and the Republicans still
have the machinery in those counties
He says the returns have been held
back and i looks suspicious Other
counties have completed their counting
while the doubtful counties are still at
i He says the result was known defi
nitely in Cincinnati yesterday morning
and he cannot get definite results even
tonight from Cleveland where he expects
pects the vote to be very close on two
or three members of the legislature
Chairman McConville will remain here
on duty until the official count of all the
counties is completed
REPUBLICAN COUNTIES
The Republicans claim the election
of representatives from the following
counties
Adams and Pike Carroll and Harri
son Geaugar Lake Ashtabula Athens
Belmont 2 Champaign Clark 2 Clin

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