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n arrABLf8HEO JUNE 6 1870 THE METALS METALSSilver METAILSSUyer
I1JLCIJE4ALD PRICE PRI E FIVE GENTS GENTSSMF
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I = SMF s LAKE L CI UTAH WNESDAY kNBSD Y OCTOBER 21 2 L It 1903 19 03 Lead tt50 ia sLNewTorkiL New York l MLM i iIt
PLAN TO RESCUE RESCUEMURDERER RESCUEMURDERER RESCUEMURDERER
MURDERER HORN HORNOaring HORNS HORNDaring HORNDaring
r S I
I Daring Plot to Deliver lelverW Warning WarningWARM WomingOeprada 01ming 01mingDspfflido
Dspfflido DspfflidoWAR
111 WARM WAR M R RECEPTIOf EC EPT101 PROMISE PROMISEOFFICE 8 8OnI01Ia
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OFFICE OnI01Ia GJtJXL y WArlJW WArlJWTBB WLITXWGa
THE a ATTACK ATTACKSpecial ArrA rawc rawcSpetal t tISp4C1a1
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Special to The Herald HeraMHEYENMIB 814CIIEYENJd HeraldI
I HEYENMIB Wyo Oct Octor Oc HifrtoU JrIsMa JrIsMaof
1 CIIEYENJd ¼ or Tom Ham the tb condemn condemndfrer 1M 1Mdfrfr l ldrrer
dfrer of WilDe Ntokeil H kelJ the Iron IronMountain Ironruntain Irui82I
Mountain 2I untahn ranchmans raR h MMI c have haveI haveJlt1l1lPd havejLiutitd
I Jlt1l1lPd inutd to make a daring rInE raid on the the1animle thelnaml theLaFalflLQ
1animle county count jail and utttmpt the thed
I d dlnry ifvory of Horn All of the details of ofth ofth
th plot have not n < > t been learned but butenough buttrough buternugh
enough is known kno Ii to put the local au authorities authrltles aup ¬
p thorities on their guard and prevent if ift IeJ IfF
t F > sible the currying out of tILe th bold boldtIhonf
8 tIhonf lume to net Horn free freeTiv frefI
I Tiv 111 plot had its it inception In a small smallt
r t tlIn v n in Routt county < Colo Cob and not notI
I r r from the th Wyoming yoming line Jln One of ofWyomings otV ofv
Wyomings V v y fllHlngR leading cattlemen attle n is I al 1 1i 1ii
1 ii < i to be behind the scheme heme Th Thd Thdtalls Thd
d dtalls > tails of f the proposed raid on the jail jailM
M re e dlHPucsed dl uPled for two days and nights nightsI
I tH inn who arc ar to participate t in the thehazardous theht
hazardous ht R rdous undertaking were selected selectedan selectMHII selectedether 0
an HII < other of her amm arrtngtrnnts im lmn nts t looking to the thed thed thed
d < ivery i very PIY of Horn wore cre attended atte dfd to toAnother toA toAnther
A Another 11t hr meeting will be b held at SAm somconvenient SAmCflvnient om omccnpniEnt
convenient point south of Laramie Laramicii
ii a fow f diys dn whi whirh h will wlUbe be b attended by bytli b btllP bytbc
tli tllP > < attlf attlman attfrman > man who to I furnishing the thenpssary theJlflary theThcsary
npssary money and the six deeper desperadoes dspraw deepera4ns ¬
adoes aw who will wlllfoollllblJ foolishly risk their lib liberty JibfIlY 11berty ¬
erty nnd t nd possibly lives in an attempt attemptttj
ttj liberate Born BornTwo BornTw RuntTwa
Two of the Ken Known KnownTwo XaownTwo KnownTwo
Two of the six men are known and andeffort an4frrllrtl andCfTrts
effort wbiota will W doubtless s be suc successful sucn cueteesful ¬
cessful n rul are a now being put forth to toharn toharll toC
C harn the t hp Identity of the other four fourThe EoenThe fotuThe
The identity of the cattleman leader lea4etleo tt ttlso 1
1 leo known knownAH k kfloVflAlt nowL nowLAll 0
AH of the conspirators will be closely closelyn 10IIe1 10IIe1atrud
n at atrud r tied ed from now on oaf and after tlrelr tlrelrarrival th thlrarrival lr lrH
arrival H rri val In Cheyenne Cbt > yenne they tht > y will not be belist ek beJ
J list k t night et of for a moment momentJust momentJtt I IJIt
Just how the attack upon the jail jailtrill 111will 11
trill 111 be carried d out In sot known but butth butth butth
th daeh will doubtlens be made at atnipftt atnll7l1t atnicttt
nipftt and at an hour when fOII few people peoplei peop peopr
ar r In the streets It ill exvected that
th i > six men selected AeleCt for the Job will willn
1 < > lm n into the city < quietly bringing bringingth brtbstnJthir brIngiflth
th thir < ir horms with them or shipping shippingthm IIhlpplnn chippingthO
thm n in after aft ftii their tht > lr arrival It may be bethit bet betit
tit t hit they trill wIlIbe UI be provided vlcled with mounts mounta1H
1 1H e > J in 1 the city Laramle will 111 be th tM tMh thsbs
1 h bs > ft r of operations for the gang gan the theii thellYII
ii llYII n I going backward and forward fre freu
< u 1 ntljr un In order to throw the officers officersft
ft and keep out of sight as much as asIoisHM 8Ios asjcsib
IoisHM Ios
1 Iosatl Jail atl Mow a Fortress FortressThe FortnThE iortxscThe
The first week in November is the Uvstime tMflint
0 time tht set for the attack the t conspira conspirators co conepiratIr leplratorI ¬
tors tIr believmg bt lIevtng that Governor Chatterton ChattertonJp
Jp ill have > beenx beenappea1ed appealed to prior to that thattim thatI thatI
I tim I Should tb governor Intercede in inHorns InHorn inHorns
Horns Horn behalf alf then there will be no nooccasion
J I occasion ° ccs in for fo the carrying out of tKft tKftplans tlfeplan tNoWI
WI plans bu should the chief executive executiverefuse exeeuUvenruf ezevut1erfwe
refuse to interfere > which he Is I almost almostcertain oct octerta t trtain
certain erta rtain I n to do then the attempt at1 will willprobfebly Willprobbly willprobtbly
probfebly be e made The conspirators conspiratorsmay
may however hon > r get et cold feet at the last lastmoment lastmoment
IIf
moment nnd throw up the job and it itJs Itf itIs
Js f believed they will do so when they theynrn they3arn
Iarn nrn cf the th reception in store for them themtit tbemat themftt
tit the county cOUnt jail If they proceed proceedcautiously proceedUtiou817 proceedenutiougly
cautiously they will surely discover discoverthe discoverthe r rthe
the xoeBent ex < t preparations paraUon that have havebeen haye1een
0 been made uta to repel an attack but if ifthey Ittlw ifthey
they tlw come om Into town in a body and andmake andmake andT
T make a dash at the jail trusting to toluck toJut toue
luck Jut ue and t thp e suddenness of the U on onslaught onla1ljfht onsiaight ¬
slaught to accomplish results then thenther thent thenthe
t the ther hf fie will surely be some me dead d ad de dePeru dell dellperadoea doeradoes
Peru peradoea radoes does for the Laramie county jail jailla jailif
la now a veritable fortress e and Is Isstnmgiy I Itr4ncly Istringly
stnmgiy guarded SU both on the inside insideand InllkleIlnd insideond
and on the outside outsideSheriff outllideSAtrtJf
1 Sheriff Is Dead Game GameThe GameTIle GameTie
The impression Im has gone out that thatSheriff thatfihfrlU thatherlff
Sheriff herlff Smalley SmaJl has not a a sufficient sufficientforce tlumclentfortt sumelentfort
force fort e to prevent p nt the th delivery of Horn Hornbut florabut
but Smalley Is no fool for while there therehave thereIta thereav
have Ita av v been no visible vt lble effort made to toplace toace
Gt < place laf ace an extra tn guard about abouttDe the jail the thesheriff theI
r I sheriff rrr has ha gone IJOn about the work quietly quietlynd quietlye
Ii > < nd n hap ha taken every evt > ry possible precaution precautionto
to pr prvnt > vent the delivery of the > murder murderer ¬
er r Sheriff h rlrr Smalley has sworn to do his hisi hla1I1t histhty
i 1I1t thty ty and those who are acquainted acquaintedith
ith his stfendld ndld record rd as an officer officerkm offtcerk omeerlnc
km k nr 1r > y that t he will not be caught nap naprnsr napJtn nappinc
rnsr Jtn So far aa Sheriff Smalley 8mal y is con conerned conInld
4 erned It Is a certainty certalnt that the very veryt
lt t r of the law will be complied with withan
an < M this means serious trouble for any anythat anyII
II that dares make m ke a move to liberate j
II 1 I n i L and also that the childmurderer childmurdererw
w i be executed as a prescribed pre hy l law lawie lawLanunje lawhe
he ie Lanunie county jail is now ow so 80f soSt i it
St t ugly I Y guarded that no en ens ne can ap apPI apP1 I III
PI ujji h closer than ISO 1 yards without withoutbi
M 11 i iTesence I and Identity being beln known knownto
to t h S on fl watch The building fairly fairly1T
IT j s with itb rifles rift and pistols and the therin theIIII
rin 11 < > n I guard are tried and true truehjs trueI
I hjs h 1 < been reported that the jail jailfcvrriiirnt jailrtlowJlt jelliflIU4O
fcvrriiirnt includes a rapidfire Hotch Hotchj
j h e gun which is nightly stationed stationedlt I Ijtt
lit lt h t i int commanding the approaches approachesto I
to 1 the tH jiil and Is in charge of an ex I
PflP1iPfl n Runner title tb nothing nothingrJ1jpjt <
drftnitf If known Certain It is that thatponvthirtcr tbatponfthin thatsmthin
ponvthirtcr If f the sort has been pro provide pro prol proidpri ¬
vide idpri l 4I for the th officers look wise lee and andKmile anfttmU an4smile
smile when the matter Is mentioned mentionedneither mentionedJlfitllr mentionedwitr
neither denying ItQJln or amrmlng the rumor rumore rumorSENTECESCOMMUTED
I
e ax axSENTENCES t tSEMTEHCES
SENTENCES SENTECESCOMMUTED SENTECESCOMMUTEDlv COMMUTED COMMUTEDConvicted COMMUTEDCon
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Convicted Con victed Coal JCiners iners to Go Trae b r at atoe t tOM i iOnce
Once OMhlnFton Oncewshington 0 0V
wshington V hlnFton Oct 2ftTh tTh president presidentha
ha minuted to expire Immediately Immediatelyth I
V th t h s nterees 11 1eye of Marlon Marshall r ball ballru Cy Cyru
0 ru Kuines Iln and Burton Harper Ha r coal coalinisifTs cool1 cool1in
inisifTs in i r who nO were 1e convicted < In West WestVhciwia WftJtYI WestI
Vhciwia YI T ittla on n the th charge of resisting a aT at
1 T Iffl > 1 States tatK marshal They were werere Wererented re refI
re rented omeri IJ NI on n June 11 1901 1 Marshall Marshalll MarshallilrpPr
< l Harper to h hnlrl lflulrInment rls nnJMftt nm mt for eight eightIP
IP i th t1 and Raines Raln to imprisonment imprisonmentf I
1 f fu < > j1 le 1 months in n the th Raleigh county count countj1 countyT
jai
1 i rardons are aI a gntnted on the > rec recnn rt rtI reco
nn I linrlatlnns Ii dntionc of thf t hp h > district attorney attorneyr a ttorne ttorneIII I
III r judge urlg and deputy marshal who was wasif vnLSH wasr
if r i > t < > d in which hld recommendations the thegeneral thegeneral
1111 general concurred for the th > main mainifon mainI
ifon I In fl that five others thr of the tiefend tiefendnr I fefld
0 5 nr II who v ho were e jointly indicted an 1 1jili tII IJl
jili uled guilty received rrj r1 sentences of ofonly orII1 ofOj
Oj II1 only three months and have already alreadyr
0 r h > > n discharged dischargedfisrther 1I1hnrlrfdflllthr
0 fisrther reason for pardon is i < on n ao aoint act
t int of the 111 II health of the th prisoners prisonersi Irion > n nI
4 i J the t ht unsanitary condition lItion of ih t h jail jailv jailthey
v 0 i to i they are confined confinedWILL cmflnpde cmflnpdWILL
0 e
WILL CASE CA E DECIDED DECIDJOT DECIDEDTtvonport
T Ttvonport a 1 enport la kt > < t 2 O The T famous famousi amoull amoulltd
0 td i r Will case was va a > 1 1id < iilrl ui todav today hv hvu by byt byJu byJu
Ju u p Wolf wh b hoi hOI h hi < t Francis Francisnet Francl8J
J Ja i her tr r son of AJrs iJr FYis FYisrick Fn Fr net and andwas anr11r
0 1r rick Parker of ontuh ontuhviedged was ac acJ acI C
0 I viedged Jd dged ed in deeds to bephe be J e son of oflorick ofF ofF
F lorick rik Parker Pa rkcr and hencl henc is heir to tor toalf toaIf
r half alf of f the th 1000MX estate et t e of James JamesI
N I ne Parker a as < heiress ofthe 0 the grand grandJudge grandr
1 r Judge jj4g Vof nt hold > f that Mrs Mrss
0 F s nt no was a a servant tjpd d not Par Partoday ParJ Parie
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MASKED ROBBERS ROBBERSTHRIVE ROBBERSTHRIVE ROBBERSTHORIVEIN
THRIVE THORIVEIN IN OGDEN OGDENFour
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rOMOI O aN Oct v The Za ii f sa saJ
O J 4 4 toov Oft CJMMt c avenue near the thepsstuOlLe theJ thepemces
psstuOlLe J pemces AIwIk r the scene of a aperate des desperate deelerate ¬
perate hotdvp held about 1130 11 30tt 30 tonIght
There wa w n MSS eu fti the place except
Mike BeUo tha Ii hartender hartenderTwo
I Two men In eaters from tile bade door doorat doorat doorat
at the same me th ta e Cw IWI8 wo men entered elite from
0 the front door lath pair had guns and andwere andWWe andW5re
were masked wl wUltJwDdkercta handkerchiefs They
forced Bello to host up hi at hands and amithe andtile andtke
the tile > then reUeve Mm of Ma money 7
I and watch uftsisimi dlI l taking king Mm m bck bckmid a cc ccand k kn1ld
and locking hte h vp p te a small maIIJOO room
They then went weDt1Jlild ksJrtHd 4 the bar and got gotabout Jetabout gotabout
about 140 40 from tfc t till They left by y
th t the front door and were observed by
Officer Joe Bott and B A LarWn The Theofficer Theoftker Theoflker
officer followed the men ten as soon as he
learned Irn d from Bello nrhat hat they had seen 1teeaup beento seenup
up to and Mr Larkin summoned an another another ¬
other officer officerA
A little litti while afterward Ottcer Bar ¬
low Wilson 1ea learning that there wen
four suspicious su plclow characters In rooms 10 10and 10and i iand
and 11 of the Ogden nouM went tip to
the door accompanied by bythe the clerk an1 an
knocked for admittance The door was wasopened wa waoptned wasopcned
opened and as soon as the awn observed <
the t officer they put pu out the t light and <
immediately Im 1edlately thrust a gun vn out of the
door Wilson flred a couple of shot shotand shots shotsand Utaand
and stood guard In the hall to prevent
the men from emerging from either eitherroom elt eitherroom ezo ezoroom
room 10 or 11 In the r rmtlme inflate how however howInr however ¬
ever three th men ripped rlp the screen from
the window and dropped down from the
second story to the top of Beats butch butc butcer ¬
er shop whence they easily eaan leaped e4 to the
ground and made madethelr their escape pe Officer
Bott took a I shot at them th as they ran
One fellow remained in the room and
was arrested by Ofifcer O r Wilson The
fellow gave ave his name as James lUley JUIe
He had W11S 111 in hi his possession which whichwas whichwaa whichwas
was about onefourth of the amount amountstolen amountstolen amountstolen
stolen from the Tanx Anz
Woman Beaten Bt Over Head HeadAbout HMdAbout HeadAbout
About 7 oclock In the evening MMI Mr
Rolk > wife > of M barber was held up and
I I struck on the th head with some Hunt in
strement at nt The woman oman was on her way
I I uptown to meet her husband and when hou houI
near the th comer of Twentythird and
I Washington Wa l < ton a maokd man an seized her and
pulled her off the sidewalk behind the thei
i billboard He struck her on the head heMdI
with some blunt Instrument huRru nt making a
I bad bruise He was w endeavoring to get geta I
a ring off her finger when be was fright frightened trlCbtI ¬ I I Iened
ened away by b the approach of passersby passersbyj
I MnrRolio Mrs Bollo was hysterical ani an I td d to be becarried
j carried into a neighbors hbors noose Dr
Ford attended her but her Injuries were werenot werenot
I not serious oua except for the nervous shock
AJ Anule A flt1e te tater Ia m UM th evening a man ramnwborfe muw manwho
wborfe w who name me wan net gIven resorted O that at
he had been n be d up by a couple roup of
masked teen near I the Peoples Iea restaurant restauranton
on Grant t aY8DMr svennee > r J 4eved of of814M ofsides m J
sides his hi watfn tIh end 4ifK Mlir 0 0About
About 1146 Uoc ocleek T c Merrts X Merr took a
XS GOrnsy rn y cab to go aoane i bsme me front lodge Near Netre
e Intersection ot Adams avenue a and anrtnttfaixth andr4xUl
0
relttjrtxtb nttfaixth r4xUl sOMt t three holdups ap ¬
peared and ordeM the driver Dell Dili Diliton DRIton Dalton
ton to halt The driver slashed his whip whl whlupon whhupon
upon his horses and disregarding the
leveled guns broke away and drove to
the police station where the matter was wasreported wasreported wasreported
reported reportedI
A veritable reign of terror Is on onamongst cnamongst
amongst the citizens and there Is all
kinds of wild 11d talk of the formation of a avigilance avigilance I
vigilance committee
DOUBTS THEIR STORY STORYDistrict STORYDistrict STORYDistrict
District Attorney Listens to the theOfficers theOfficers theOfficers
Officers Who Wh Had Bell in inCharge inCharge inI
I
Charge ChargePhiladelphia ChargePblIa4e1phla ChargePhiladelphia
Philadelphia Oct 20 GUnIted United Unlted States
District Attorney AUorn y Holland to not satis satisfled caticfled tt ttned
fled with the story of the escape of ofAlfred orAlfreet ofAlfred
Alfred g Bell alias al Crosby Cr b the con confessed cont confamed ¬
famed t e4 mailpouch thief and n swindler swindlerwho 8wfaderwho wIedlerwho
who was being bel brought from JDenver b benver nv r to
Philadelphia The district attorney
learned today direct from Deputies
Baker and Davis who had charge of
Bell the circumstances of the escape escapeAfter es ape
After hearing the statements of the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two men Mr 1 Holland said saidI
I can hardly credit the stories told
by the two deputies I can seircely be beIteve behere
here that such neh was the case caseThe caRThe caseThe
The district attorney however howev r re refused reruBed refused ¬
fused to discuss what flaws flaw appeared appearedto
to him the thestateDWntll statements of the deputies deputiesIn
In his hi statement to the th district dt trlct attor attorney attorney ttor ttorny ¬
ney Deputy Davis said neither he nor
Deputy Baker had ever f r been n In Philad Philadelphia Phtlaclelphta Philadelpbt ¬
elphia before According to the records recordsof
of the United States marshals e eDav ellice elliceDavis fflc fflcDavis
Davis Dav was in Philadelphia on April 24 4
109 having brought bro < ht to this city T J JStewart JStewart JStewart
Stewart a national bank robber who whohad WMhad
had been arrested In Denver DenverBell DeanrBell DenverBeD 0
Bell is still at t large no trace t e of his hiswhereabouts hlawbreabout hinwhereabouta
whereabouts having havlngbeen been discovered
INFLUENCE INFLUENCEDONT DONT GO GOPeneion GOPeutoa GOPension
Pension Bureau BWeIIt urea Is Run on the Merit MeritSystem XlitSytem XszltSystem
System SystemWashington SytemWabln
Washington Wabln ton < Oct IAbeut About forty clerks clerksemployed clerklMp clerksentp1iyed
employed lMp ed In the t be pension n office today re rectlvPd recelved
celved prira f prmtIous JtIo1 tlotis and after the an announcement announeement ¬ I
nouncement was made Commissioner <
Ware called them late his office for a I
lecture He H told them that they had been beenpromoted beenprOlnOtro beenpromoted
promoted on their respective respe tlve records and aMI i iupon
upon the recomuwudatton Of their Im Immediate immediate I
mediate superiors la office only He ad advised i ivised
vised ahu th I h < > clerks rat to seek the commenda commendation nn ¬ j
thin of only ely their Chiefs dat and added that thatany
any 811 rcromm r mlrtndatlo1t n iatioit < for the advancement advancementof
of an employ put m n by an outsider outBid tbaW and andwith andwith
with ltbthe the knowledge knoI e of the employe would wouMhave wou wouldhave
have tbe effect tff t of debarring thr th emplove emplovefrom cmplovefrom mplo mplofro111
from advancement Ho 11 stated IIta Id that he hehad j
had recently r ntly l bcen en comptlled N to tell a aclerk aclerk
clerk cl rk that if h he did not stop top steering steeringstdtesm ItrlDgatcit stieriugststtcm
stdtesm atcit ml up against t him he would be becompel bec becOmpelled
compel c cOmpelled > mp lId to dismiss dismJ him himI
I am determined be said that pro promotions promotlms promotions ¬
motions shall ne on merit only and not I
because this person may be the brother brotherinlaw brotherinlaw > r rinlit
inlaw inlit of B governor or the nephew of a acnatir aecnatnr
cnatir No o man can < n be loaded onto ontb ont the theotflcf theoffice I Iofflcr
office became bt > cau e he cant make a living on onthe onthe onthe
the outride outrideHe oal outridetie ld ldlit
He cmluded < d by saying There are aremorr a amort aremon
mon apples on the came tree but they theywill theywil theywill
will t rilr t he shaken into the lap of these thesewho thcatwho thesewho
who have not earned them themNEW tbmHEW themNEW
NEW NATIONAL BANK BANKAT BANKAT BANKAT
AT NAMPA IDA IDAf IDASp IDAnpeeial
f Special Sp < clal to The Th Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWa HeraiWashington
Washington Wa hincton D I C Oct 29 lie h ap application ap appUcation applicatiort ¬
plication of E H Dewey Julius Stein Steinmeler Stelmeltr Ste4 Ste4meler
meler L C VanRiper J E Morchardi Morchardiand Morcbardand Morchardand
and A K Stoddard to organize or lLnlze a new newnational DeWnational newnational
national bank to be be known as tbe First FirstNational First1atlonal FirstNational
National of Nampa Idaho was today todayapproved todayapproved
approved 1 l by the comptroller of the cur currencv curren currenc
rencv ren renc The new bank will employ a acapital aCIi acapItal
capital CIi pltal of SSOOM SSOOMThe S6tOOIThe UOtThe
The National Bank of Commerce CommerceNew CommerceNew CommerceXew
New York was Va today designated to toact toact toact
act as reserve agent for the First Na National National National ¬
tional Bank of Morgan Utah UtahJ
J W Allen of Oklahoma was today todayappointed todayappolntf todayappointed
appointed carpenterat carpt > nttorat the Fort Lap Lapwall LapaU Lapaii
wall aU Indian school at 600 per annum annumc
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0 PROGRESS PAVING ViNG AND P PURITY RlT
LOADED lOADED WITH MONEY MONEYBaltimore MONEYBaltimore
Baltimore Banks Were Prepared Preparedto
to Stand aBig a Big Run Yes Yesterday Yeslerday Yesterday
terday lerday1IeIUJnorp terdayBaltimore terdayeskimore
Baltimore Md Oct 3D aAllt aAlltand All the beaks beaksand banksand
and financial ftnan < lal Institutions in Baltimore Baltimorewere reopeaM kimore kimorewore
were opened promptly at the t customary <
hour today toda Among At80 fluancters generally generallythere generallythere enera y ytbere
there was a uniform n expression of con confidence CODt1de confidenee ¬
fidence t1de that no ether suspensions ns are now nowprobable nowf3bable nowprobable
probable and whatever of panicky nleky feel feelover feelw feellag
f3bable lag w was manifested yeaterdal over th thJnlcn the tltef thefailure
f failure IUN ef the Maryland and Union com companies compan cornpsnie ¬
panies pan has practically disappeared disappearedOn
On the stock exchange e the th sentiment sentimentduring sntl1nentdurin sentimentduring
during durin the whole day has been optimistic optimisticand
and In the closing hours there was wasdently eel evidently eeldently ¬
dently not a member who feared fur further further ¬
ther trouble troubleA
A factor in almylng aPPe ptwsbenelon eusion Jon was was4fce washe
lie he Jcnowleam know1pitdlat that many of the ioetK ioetKtutkHM IhIIttoUttIon Inetttattoos
tattoos had atpBngtheaed stg qgihsaed elll Ujrh reo resources resourcesduring rces rcesduring e ecJuriAc
during the night A larg Jargto isr amount of cur currency carreC7 currency ¬
rency from New ew York Philadelphia and andWa andW andWashington
Wa W Washington button was sent Ile t to Baltimore dur during durIn durlug ¬
lug In th taw night ntg t and this morning How Howmuch Ho Homuch Howmuch
much was received r Ted was not definitely
known but it is estimated that between betweenJJWOidO betweenSltootfIIJ betweenKS
JJWOidO KS and J5000WO OOOOOO la in the vaults of ofbanks ofkn ofbanks
banks kn and trust companies which was wasnot wasnut wasnot
not there yesterday 0
One of the reassuring incidents of the theday theday theday
day wa W84 the announcement annou ent that the theUnion theUnion theUnion
Union Trust company one of the sus suspended 81Ui 81UipendfJd snapended ¬
pended companies would resume business businessin bUsln bUslnIn
in a few days da
1 COUNT WJgS A fORTUNE HUNTER HUNTERt HUNTERUnblushing HUNTERUnblushing
t
Unblushing Sta Sjatterri SaitemiitofVOn emlnt rJtOf of Von V n LarrischMoennich Who Triefr TriefrForia Trie TrieFor TrieJFora i
Foria For J German G rman Heiress and Secureda SecuredaJRich SecuredaJ a ao aflich
< o J fpich JRich American Girl Girlt t
t
t KRLIIC gRLIN 1N Oct 30 2Cnnt Ceunt I von vo t Lar LarriechMoennich Larri Larrlaclttoennich
riechMoennich ri II nftleh nftlehI k Austrian no noblennm noI
I blennm in teatfyM Iead7 tedXy t0dajagainst t0dajagainstthe agaJmit agaJmitthe t 1 1tM
the syndicate of ofI mocv + eden who who are areftortion areaccused I Iaccused
I accused of attemp attempJ attemptdtortlon ftortion said saidie saidthat Id I
J that Immediately Immedlatel afe af1 afeik ie weddiag w 41 at atBuffalo atI f fHattefJIeld
I I Buffalo BU 0 with Miss X vifi HattefJIeld J t ed 1 bt btPennsylvania > f J Jt j ji
i Pennsylvania ijv JJaik 1 av > t lew w York YorkM YorkMsaJifc Y Yr York1baM
r 1baM MsaJifc sent hiM hH r rPfbr KQM M for torKRLIIC torwarded tori toriwanted forwanIet
warded by the aruwicats Article Mlilcisb3 tde k > re rej re rei refuaed
j fused to pay I This the cOunt t coutin coutinued eotlni cotinned
i ued ras as 8 the beginning nnlng of persecutions persecutionsby
j by the moneylender moneyt nder group which was wasI wascomposed
I i composed d of four merchants and six sixmortgage sIxmortgage
II mortgage mortpJJagentsofwhom agents of whom Ernest Ro Rosentiel R Rnsentlel i
sentiel and Ludwig Ziner wat w we re directors directorsof I Ii Iof
i < of a savings bank This draft was wasi wasbased
i based on one of the several notes which whichthe whichtbe whichthe
I the count signed in lido aggregating aggregatingj aggregating2SlhlO
j I 299000 payable pa able on condition condtUonthat that he heI hemarried
I i married one of three young CounteeaeB
PRESIDENT PRESIDENJAND AND CABINET DISCUSS DISCUSSI DISCUSSTHE v vTHE >
I THE BONAPARTECONRAD RB REPORT RT
Washington Oct SO At the meeting meetingof meetiit meetiitof
of the cabinet today Jt hearty felicitations felicitationsi relicltatlonwere
i were exchanged between betw the president presidentand pre ldent ldentan4
I and his advisors over the result pf the thedeliberations th thI thedeliberations
deliberations of of the Alaskan boundary boundarycommission bOUndrycommlMioL boundarycommission
commission Secretary Hay presented presentedthe pre ted tedthe
I the decision of the commission as asstated asstated I Itated
stated in the official dispatches to the thei he heI e I
I i state department dep rtment The decision Itself Itselfindicates lt8elCI Itbeifindicates
I indicates more clearly than anything anythingelse I
1 else el e could how complete the American Americanvictory AmerlcanI Americanvictory
victory i Is By the president Pre f deni and th thcabinet i ieablnet
I cabinet the result re ult achieved by the theAmerican i iI 1I
I American commissioners Is regarded regardedI I
I 1811 an far and away the greatest diplomat diplomatic
I ic success the United States Stat has had hadl hadtor hadfor
l for a generation It Is l pointed out that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the decision decl ton of the commission insures ln insuresto ures j iI
I to this country for all time the only onlyspot onlyspot 0 0spot
spot on earth concerning which then thenwas the theW1US therewas
was an question about relinquishing relinquishingBATTLE reUnqulshlnBATTLE relinquishingBATTLE
BATTLE IN iNTHE THE BRUSH BRUSHThree BRUSHThree BRUSHThree
Three Negroes Killed and Several SeveralWounded SeveralWound SeveralWounded
Wounded Wound d Down in Mis Mississippi Mississippi MIssissippi ¬
sissippi sissippiNew
New Orleans Oct SO SIn In au st encoun encounter eDeoulter encounter ¬
ter between a band of negroes led by byA bya
A white man n and a constables posse possethree Peasethree
three negroes were killed kllkd and lid seven or oreight oreight I
eight wounded near Pecan Grove plan plantatlon I ILatin
tatlon in St Charles Claarl parish ar1sh None No of ofthe ofthe
the posse was was hurt The surviving ne negroes nedec05
urvivlnneI
groes and their white leader Pat Mc McGee McGee
Gee fled to the swamps and are being beingsearched beingfor be besearched
searched for Further trouble is feared fearedMcGee fearedMcGee I
McGee and nd the negroes ne have been beenworking beenworking
working for the Ml Miesiretppi 1Ip lsstppl ppl Valley rail railroad raIJroad ¬ I I Iroad
road Recently complaint had been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made that some of them tb JII had contracted contracteddebts I Idebts I Idebts
debts and refused to pay Charges Chargeswere CbJK Chargeswere S SWlre
were filed and a constable went out to tosee tolief tosee
see the negroes On his way he met metJohn metJohn metJohn
John Hinds a negro assistant as Jftan of Mc McGee McGee ¬
Gee who covered eGver d him with k shotgun Bhotgunand shotgunand I Iand
and commanded commndedhlm him to keep away from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the camp The constable returned to totown toton totown
town and organized a posse Near the thecamp thecamp thecamp
camp the posse encountered e tac e unte untered d eighteen eighteenof j jof
of the negroes and McGee M e ail heavily j jarmed I Iarmed
armed Both sides concealed them themael themselves I Iselves
selves ael vea in the high h weeds and a battle battleof
of twenty minutes m1nu s followed The ne negroes lIeroea itegroes ¬
groes roea and McGee K ee finally lost their nerve nerveand nervpand nerveand
and fled The bodies bodl of three negroes negroesand negroesand negroesand
and several IIf v ral others wounded were picked pickedup pickedup pickedup
up when the smoke cleared away awayDEATH
I IDEAT1I IDEATH
I ISan
DEATH CAME SUDDENLY SUDDENLYSan
San Diego Cal a1 Oct 20 GCircuit GCircuitJudge 20CircuitJudge Circuit CircuitJudge
Judge Joseph P Robert of Cairo CairolIIIs CairolIIIsdltd vllls vlllsdied IUs IUsdied
died unexpectedly u pede4ly today at a t the home of ofhis ofht ofhis
his sister Mrs M BUtt in this thl city lty An Anautopsy Anautopsy I Iautopll
autopsy will be held today to determine determinethe
the th cause of death Judge Roberts came camehere camehtre camehere I
here about six weeks eeke ago and at the thetime thetime
time was ta poor health although a se serlous lie ccjious i inoW
noW outcome was not anticipated His Hisremains Hismaln Hisremains
remains maln wilt be taken to Carbondale CarboDdaleIU j
I Iinent
Ills IU for Interment tennent He was a prom prominent prommeat ¬
inent member of the Odd Fellows FellowsKnights FellowsKnights I IKnights
Knights of Pythias and Elk Elks He Heleaves HeIfaves I
leaves a widow Ido who ho was with him I Iwhen Iwhen 1when
when be passed away a a7 J
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and the course pursued by thIs tJt govern government gMocrn gMocrnment gvcrumeat ¬
ment is regarded as having been vindi indicated vindicated cladicated ¬
cated completely completelySome completelySome completelySome
Some consideration CO was gjveii It Is launderstood Isunderstood Isunderstood
understood to the report of Charles CharlesBonaparte CUtleaBonaparte CharlesBonaparte
Bonaparte and Holmes Conrad on one oneof OMot oneof
of the pofttofHce po totDce Irregularities IrregularitiesThe
The report Is sent directly to the thepresident th thlresident thepresident
president and dealt with the charges chargesmade chargesmade chargesmade
made by former Cashier Tulloch of the theWashington theWa theWashington
Washington Wa hlngton postofflce po tomce In some nemespects re respects JfBJeCts
spects the report is said to criticise the theofficial theoffiJaI
official acts of Comptroller TraeeweU TraeeweUof
of the treasury but both the president presidentand plHkentand presidentand
and secretary are agreed as to the in integrity 111tecrity hitegrlty ¬
tegrity of Tracewells actions Intl Intli Intimations Intlinations
i mations have been made that as a re result rlt rltsuit recult ¬
suit of the BonaparteConrad nul report reportComptroller reportComptroller reportComptroller
Comptroller Traeeweli might 1d1 ht be dis dismissed d1 d1ml dlmIssed ¬
missed ml eed from the service but lit t can be besaid beaJd besaid
said there is no foundation for such Buchstatement a astatement astatement
statement statementCLOSING statementCLOSING 0 0CLOSING
CLOSING IN ON FIRE FIREConnections FIREConllections FIREConnectionsBetween
Connections ConnectionsBetween Between Centerjjiial CenterjjiialEurekaand Ce tenpial tenpialEureka
0 0Eurekaand Eurekaand Eureka and EurekaHill EurekaHillAre 0
Are Closed ClosedSpecial ClosedSP = 0 0Special
Special SP 1al < to The IleraM IleraMEureka BetaidEurek I
Eureka Oct 20 JOFavorect Favored by an under underground ri riground
ground air current Superintendent Supertnten eJlt Allen Allenof Alienof
of the CenteunialEureka ka hasseen baa been able ableto I
to close every ery connection eon tlon between the theCentenatalBureka I ICentmalal
CentenatalBureka Centmalal Burek and an the Bureka Hill Hillmines I Imlnee
mines down to the 1000foot level of tb the 1 1CentennlalEuNka
CentennialEureka excluding all aUiok aUiokand sLokoand k kund
and gases from the underground und D4 lire lirethat tINthat
that has been raging for two weeks in the theold tbeok 0 1
old slope between the Kureka E urekj HOI and 0
BullionBeck mines minesThe I IThe
The 1000foot level of the Centennial
Eureka was sealed aled up UI at 2 oclock this thisdead thismoraaa
moraaa and jut aa soon aUI as the sen 0
dead mules can bo removed th HI usual usualforce 1 i
force of SW G men will IK put to work The Thework Thework Thework
work of bulkheading the various vartolevela levels ut utthe utthe atthe
the CentennialEuretut has bees > e a directed rect d
by Corner > r Thomas state nun m inspector tor I
Within tweutyfour hours th the8Ua1 the onial iai force forceof i ior
of men will be at work underground undergroundAt un underundAt rsronnd J
At the BullionBeck the fight to reach reachthe rea reathe reachthe
the fire is being beln < continued and 8u lluMri upere erin
tendent Earls hopes to reach the th Caro Caroline C CUne Csoline ¬ 0
line slope where the blaze is s supposed supposedto aq I Ito
to be by Wednesday night nightBBAaEHD nlptt nlptRRAB1fD I
0 0BEARfiND
t
BBAaEHD COLLISION COLLISIONNew I I
II
New York Oct 20 20More 1
Mor than a ascore allcore ascore
score of persons per ons have been injured half halfa Il Ila
a dosen seriously 1Ie ly In a raread reu c1 collision colHstonof COn COnof
of trains on the Brooklyn BrookJrDB1etec1 BrookJrDB1etec1railroad Elevated Elevatedrailroad Elevatedrailroad
railroad The wreck was cauifed by
the he failure of an airbrake alr rake to worJt prop properly proprh properly ¬
erly rh Bofh Bo h trains tr lna were heavfty laden ladenwith la4enwith ladenWith
with passengers p8s9 nlers and there was ws a great greatstruggle l18attotrugg1f groatstruggle
struggle > to reach ach the platform of the theCity theCity theCity
City Hall station resulting rtIultln f la many manypersons mallYpnona manypersons j
persons losing portions of their cloth clothing clothing ¬ I IIng
ing
OI OIDIVOIWEDIN
DIVORCED DIVOIWEDIN IN PRIVATE PBIVATESioux PRIVATESioux PBWATBSioux
Sioux Falls S D Oct 20 29Notlth 29NotlthIItandlng 20Notwithstanding Notwith Notwithstanding ¬
standing that every effort has been beenmade beenmade beenmatie
made to keep the matter secret it has hasbeen hasbeen
been ascertained that Colonel Willis WillisWood WIJIIsW WillisWood
Wood W 00 owner of the opera house bear bearing bearins bearlag ¬ t
ins his name in Kansas City has ha been beendivorced beendivorced i idivorced
divorced by Judge Bennett of the Third Thirdcircuit Thirdcircuit
circuit the plaintiff alleging Uest Uestm abadonment abaiidon abaiidonment I
m ment nt and cruelty He has made his hishome hiehome hishome
home in South Dakota about a year
von Faber Fa r of Nuremburg daughter daughtertf
If < tf Baron von l laber aber the famous pencil pencilmanufacturer IIIItIIdImaaufacturer pencilmanufacturer
manufacturer each reputed to have ItA ye yeddWry a adrfwry a addwry
ddWry Of MiM000 SII08OAftt MiM000After 9OG08O 9OG08OAfter
After > r giving the moneylenders JDO the thepromissory thepromory theI
promissory notes the count went to toWiesbaden tollbaden toWiesbaden I
Wiesbaden to court one of the Faber Fabergfrlg labergtrla Fabergirls
girls They discouraged his h advances advancesand adancesaJHl advancesand
and later at his hi own expense e the thecount thecount thecount
count went weto to America AID4tIteaaad and eventuallywawrted eventually eat
wawrted Miss HatterfteKC 0 O motttw mudhaevndel Wf
Ar the deftoftJe th the case epOtItpOned Me Mepostponed ir irpostponed
postponed in order to summon summestnesses w witeases WJ
nesses J from America AmericaCount ADlericaCount AmericaCount
Count von Larrlsch informed the As Associated A Asociated Assedated > ¬
sociated Press today that the countess countessis
is in Vienna that she knew all about aboutHie aboutthe aboujthe
the case and that she he had known about aboutit aboutIt
it before their nmrraige The count countclassed countcla countclassed
classed as absurd some of the state statements statJneQts statemts ¬
ments published in the United States Statesthat Statesthl Statesthat
that the countess intended to sue for ot a adivorce adivorce a adivorce
divorce
SMELTER SMEL TER BLOWN IN INAfter INAfter INAfter
After After aFew a Few Hours Run an an Acci Accident Accident Accident ¬
dent to Engine Necessi Necessitated Neccssitate ¬
0 tated tate tat Shut Down DownSpecial DownSpecial DownSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldMilford HeraldXUford
0 Milford Oct 20 tIThe The 250ton copper coppernace copperI copperfrnace
I fWnace nace of the Majestic smelter was waswn I Ib4own
I I Qown wn In this afternoon and everything everythingi every everythtnhtdlcated thin thinmdlcate4
i indicated a most mo t successful start but butafter
j after a run of a few hours an accident accidentt
1 tp t the big Corliss Corlt engine disabled dl th thpower the thepoipr
I power pO r plant and necessitated a shut shutwn
j down wn It will probably be several days daysbefore dayill daysbdfore I
I before b fore the t he machinery can be repaired repairedThe rpalredThe repairedThe
ill The furnace operated very ratisfac ratisfactory rattstactory ratisfactory
tory and while whl the results re from this thisbrier I Ibrief
brief run would not be a fair test of the theplant
plant the amount and apparent value va1uof
of the matte turned out Indicated that thatt thattjje
t tjje e mines and smelter will yield M rich < h hturn L
returns turn to the stockholders when wheneverything whentVrythlng wheneverything L LL
everything is adjusted for steady op operation opNation operatlon ¬
Nation erationTRIAL NationTRIAl eratlonTRiAL
TRIAL OF GEN CHASE CHASEPerjury C CIIASEPerjury ASE ASEPerjury
Perjury Charge Taken Up First FirstOver FirstOver FirsiOver
Over the Objections of o the theDefense theDefense
0 Defense DefenseDenver DefenseDenver DefenseDear
Denver Oct OThe The general court courtmartial courtmartial
martial sitting at the state capitol to I
Upr members of the National guard of ofColorado orO olQolorado 0
Colorado O lontdo resumed Its sessions e lon today todayItneeses
tltne witnesses Itneeses e were sworn by the prosecu prosecution pecut prosecutiOn ¬
tion t > n In the case of Brigadier General Generalf GeneralJohn
John f hnChatte Chase who has been the COIn commander COInmander coinmender ¬
mander of the guard and is accused of ofuerjury 0
perjury disobedience dl of orders of the thecommandertnchier thecommanderinchjef
commanderinchief Governor Pea Peabody Peabody Peabody I
body and usurpation of power Among Amontlt Amon Autonthese
these tlt witnesses was Adjutant Geneva Genevagherman Generasherman
Sherman M Bell who makes the j jcharges I
charges II
I
A A W Grant clerk of the court of ofTJeller or11fl 011eUer I
TJeller 11fl county < unty was called Ied and testified te dlied I t
80 a to the proceedings in habeas corpus corpusla I II
la I the t e case ca e ofW of W Y F Davis confined in inthe Inthe hithe I
the military prison at Cripple Creek CreekUpon CreekUpon CreekUpon
Upon the return made by General GeneralChafe I
Chafe in this case to the effect that thatDavis thaiDavis
Davis had been released ed the perjury perjurychance perjurycharJeP perjurycharge I
chance is based basedPrivate basedPrIvate
Private Frank G McElroy was wa called calledbut calledhUt I Ihut
hUt did not respond Judge Advocate Adocatfkter Advccatbier > l ldrier l
drier < requested that an attachment j
be 1 Issued ls ued for him and that he be bebrought b bbrought I
brought forthwith from Cripple Creek CreekThe Cref > k ke
The e judge advocate asked that the theperjury th 0
perjury charge be passed for the pres present presct ¬ 0
opt because beca of the abeence a nce of McElroy McElroynnd McElroyand McElroyand prosr r I
and the dt disobedience ebe Jence charge taken up upThe upfr
The defense deft > IIe objected and the cour courtook eourp ourl ourltook fr
took a recess to consider the motion of ofthe o othe p
the judge advocate advocateWhen advocatebpn advocateWhen I
When bpn the th court reconvened this aft afternoon after afternoon ¬
ernoon er n oon the motion of Jutre AdvoCat C C4rier
drier to lay aside the charge of per1 per1jury per perjery perml
jury ml against a lmct General Chase and pro proceed procefd proI ¬ I
ceed < with the disobedience charge was wasargued WatAT we I
argued AT ueG and finally overruled nv rruled and the theceurt th thcOurt t
ceurt adjourned until tomorrow tomorrowINSANE tomorrowINSANE tomorrowINSANE f
INSANE MAN CAPTURED CAPTUREDBedding CAPPUIEDBedding I IRedding
Bedding CaL Oct 20 Z8J J J 7 Hella Helladleu Helladleu Heliadieu
dleu an insane man who escaped from fromt
a train yesterday while being beln taken takenfrom takenfpom I
from Seattle to San SanFrancl8CO Francisco was wa re recaptured recaptured recaptured ¬ 0
captured today near Kennet thirteen thirteenmiles thlrteetlea I Iisles
miles south of the point of his disap df disapprarance ap aparane j jpearance
pearance arane Helladieu H l1adltu when captured capturedwas capturedwaa j I Iwas
was in a nude condition j jc
c
VESSEL STRUCK STRUCKBLANCO I IBLANCO
2
BLANCO REEFSteamer REEFC REEFSteamer REEF REEFSteamer
C
Steamer South SOM th Pertlafld PerHa d a Total TotalWreck TotajWrerik TotalWreck
Wreck WreckTERRIBLE Wrerikt WrerikTERRLBLE
4 4TERRBLE t
TERRIBLE LOSS OF OF LIFE tlFEVJ LIFEBL3B1r
BL3B1r VJ SIf5nYaa B Acm AcmSROIitJL UaKsEOigg
SROIitJL SROIitJLIi
0 4
0
1 1 Ii 7R5AlELD ARXOTTELD Ore Oct 1 STb ThcJ Th
0 IV iVi I steamer South Seutba Portland wltfesy wltfesysailed 0
sailed from Portland P rtlan Ore last lastSunday Iiutday kMSWiday
Sunday day loaded with wheat yheat heat for Safe SafeFrancisco Sak1InuacitJel OakFinneisco
Francisco struck yij4 on o Bianco Reef lam lamevening 1aIKat
evening at 5 oclock during durtn a heavy fog fogtw f fTIle fo foThe
TIle vessel eaJI1ed aerew a crew of twenty tentytwe
tw twe and fourteen passengers Of these thesethe ueetlW thesethe
the following < have ye reached shore ore
James IIIcnttne Mcln tyre captain John Ret Kelmer Reimer Retiner
mer a sa sailor of Sa a Francisco F i8co Smae Smaeuel JtIDaeuel Eiustteel
uel Paaomeato chief cook William WID L L
Wilson Wllo jr of Baltimore I L Baker
Alameda Cal Guy Bent a a boy of 12 12Tears 12nuw 12yonru
Tears o of NOVa Scotia Al Bailey BaI 7 of
North Dakota passenger r Charles
Bruce first ofllcer Issues Ward chief chiefengineer eIIleeDCtnt chiefengineer
engineer T Pbnoti second assistant assistantengineer assistantengineer nt ntendneer
engineer John McKown oiler J 1 Del Drtscoll DrIscoll Delcoil
coll oiler W JVHupe Hughes fireman W
Robertson fireman James Alwood Alwoodman sea seaman seaman ¬
man H Webber passenger pa C John Johnson Johnson Johnson ¬
son seaman seamanCharles aeamanCbarJe seamanChTes
Charles Huson the fist engineer dte1 dte1as die diethey
as 0 they were taking him off the life liferaft
raft nitt froni exposure Eighteen Ei bteen persons personsare personare 0
are yet raiesing mle lq and are probably lost lostList 10IItLiat lostList
List of Those on Board BoarcltoJlowlnc BoardFollowing
Following Is a lit of the South Port ¬
lands Ja crew and passengers passengersCabin P8811e1tpn1 P8811e1tpn1CabtnH passengersCabinfl
Cabin CabtnH H Webber J Watson oa S Ba BaI ¬
her k j s S Lakey Lak y Mrs W E Tyrrell
Mrs Fletcher Bent and son
Steerage SteerageAI Al Bailey C Hallenbeck
1 D 1 > McKay cKay F Moringe Paul Reinmuth ltetnmuthC
J L C Wright WrightOfficers
Officers and Crew CrewCbarl41t Charles Bruce
first officer A Ravens second officer oftIeer1obn ocer
John Relmer Charles Char Blanback John JoIancKemde
McKemde cKemde F Johnson H Christoften
Charles Claar Peterson seamen J Ward Wardchief Wardchit Wardchief
chief engineer Mt Charles < Hnson flrst as assistajit
sistajit engineer en r G Monroe second as assistant as asslatant ¬
sistant engineer J McKeown oiler ollerobn
John obn Driscoll oiler B B Doherty Otto OU
Brandt P Lehman P Wolf W olt firemen
William Illiam Hotman steward E Hum Humphrey Mumpbrey ¬
phrey cook George eor e Jackson on second secondcook econdn I
cook = A H Maddox Manuel Rios flirtswelter
waiters waitersThe welterThe n
The South Portland struck bow on ongoWg on
goWg thg at t a speed of about seven knots iaaotn knots4s
As 4s soon n as striking < she began to settle settleastern ttl4
astern and in a minute or two slid off o 0 I
the reef and began to sink Captain I
Mcintyre seeing that there was no
hope of saving VIne the ship ordered the theI 0 1
I boats bost lowered One of the boats that thatgot
1 I got away from the ships side loaded loadedwith
t with part of the crew ere and some of the thepassengers tbeI thepassengers
I passengers pu was capeised a 8rII soon as she shecleared sheI sheClePdd
cleared the ships hlJt side and when last lastseen utseen lastseen
I seen was floating away In the fog < with without without WKhout ¬
out a living soul on board boardThe boardThe boardThe
The captains boat with II about eight eighteen elPteeJ1 eightz ¬
een z aboard a succeeded m facle clearing but butatnv butUo butai
ai aia Uo td onheeyeu < Yeu oge
atnv hbto to gee et back backtotWe to toe boat Those ThosetxuHOsted TholetrC Tb Tbnotndsted
txuHOsted of Captain Jasses McIntyre Mcintyreohn 1
John ohn Reimer Emanuel Pasmmeids W WL wLWll
L LWll Wilson on Guy Bent and 41 Bailey I IThey
They reached Port Oxford last night nightA
A lifeboat on which the following foUowlqem nailtj em ¬ I
barked b rked succeeded ed in reaching shore no this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon Charles Bruce first ofllcer I 1 I
James Ward chief engineer eD < T Pix Pixzoti Fixroti 0
zoti second assistant engineer John 0
McKown oiler J Driscotl Drl coll oiler W
Hughes HUS efJ fireman W Robertson fire fireman aremR ¬ 0
man James Jajn Alwood seaman H Web ¬
ber passenger paa enger C Johnson seaman seamanand eamanau4 seamanand
and Charles Hueon the first t assistant assistantengineer asaI assIstantengineer tnt tntengineer
engineer engineerThe engineerThe engineerThe
The survivors suffered much from fromexposure tJomexPQeUre L
exposure and Captain McIntyre is con 0
fined to his room roomGRAVELLE roomGRAVELLE roomGRAVELLEIDENTIFIED
roome e
GRAVELLE GRAVELLEIDENTIFIED GRAVELLEIDENTIFIEDExConvict IDENTIFIED IDENTIFIEDExConvict IDENTIFIEDExConvict
ExConvict One of the Northern Pa Padfic PacUlc Padde I
dfic Dynamiters DynamitersHelena DynamitertiHelen DynamiterHelena
Helena Mont Oct 20 ztT J T Sher Sherwood SherwOOd Sherwo4I ¬
wood wOOd the ranch hand who encountered encountereda
a man at a haystack near Townsend In Inwhich Inwh I Iwhich
which wh h fiftynine pounds of giant pow powder powOcr ¬
der were discovered later Identified IdentifiedIsaac IdentlftedIac
Isaac GraveUe today aa the man he hesaw heaaw besaw
saw then Gravelle wa wa arrested arre ted Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day in the mountains weet we t of Helena Helenaby Helenaby Helensby
by Northern Pacific detectives Gra Gravelle Gravelle Or Orvelle ¬
velle is an exconvict Superintendent
Boyle j ef t the Montana division dlYi lon and andChief andCbief L LChIef
Chief of Detectives McFetridge declare declarethat declarethat
that no powder > r has been found on the thetrack thetrack
track at Hell Gate canyon as reported reportedTb
They Tb y state they theyhave have had no informa information lalorma110n information ¬
tion to that effect and that they th y would L I
surely ha have e known of it had powder I I
been found on any part of the division divisionMRS dlvlelonMRS divisionMRS I
MRS NATION EJECTED EJECTEDThe
The Redoubtable Carrie Insisted InsistedUpon Insistedof
0 of j Upon Putting Questions Questionsto
to Elijah ElijahNew tt ttNew 1
New York Oct OctMr at Mr Dowie arrayed arrayedin arraYedI I
in evening clothes talked for or two hours hourstonight hourstonight I
tonight before b fore a great throng In Madison MadisonSquare MadisonSquare Madisorqunre S
Square qunre Garden the burden of his tau taiKbeing taubejng isisI
being denunciation of the clergy and the thepress tben thepress I
press pressWhen
When n he began tbe huge garden was wascrowded WaScrowded waSI I
crowded and the police ray 000 0O persons personswho perllOllSwbo personSwho I
who could not gain n entrance were turned turnedaway turnedaway turnedaway
away In halt aj ai > hour however tbe tbecrowd tbecrowd thicrowd
crowd began to surge out and then the thepolice thepollee th thpolice
police refused to admit any late comers comerssaying COJDenI1Ilnr comersaying
saying they feared a riot riotit riotit riotit
it was with difficulty dltD ulty that any sem semblance 8embInce eemblence ¬
blance of order was kept The speaker speakerwas speakeJwas
was repeatedly n interrupted with hisses hissesDowl bil8aesand S Sand
and shouts of disapproval At one point pointDowie poinI
Dowie ordered the police pollceo to arrest t two twomwt twcJIIeIf1 twimet I
met in different parts of the building buildingwhb buildingwhb butidiniwho
whb had interrupted d him himCarrie bimoirrle hImC4rrIe
Carrie HutJon tkn who occupied < a seat at near nearthe ntarthf F Fthe
the front asked a d Elijah to answer som somquestions IIOmqu Ii
questions qu lrtlo R He refused and ordered onI her herto ht hesit > r
to sit it down Dowie then praised the tbespirit theaplrlt thsspirit I
spirit in which Mrs Nation bad warred warredon ware warethe
on the th < saloon but said she used wrong wrongmethods WtOftgMethods wronimethods
methods Mrs Nation again n demanded demandedtbe demandecthe mnded mndedthe
the privilege of asking x kraje questions qu uIUJ At Aton Al Alones
once on the Zion guards surrounded her and andwith andwith an anwith
with the help of policemen ejected ejecte her herYELI bera berYELLOW
a a es esYELLOW
YELI YELLOW OW HTvTER BULLETIN BTJTJLETINLaredo BULLETINIaredo BULLETINinio
Laredo Tex Oct 3ft YTonlghts Tonights of official offichtl offield ¬
field yellow ell9w tever bulletin shows showsNew ghowsNew showsNew
New cases 28 deaths 2 total cases to todate todate 0 0date
date 471 4 total deaths to date 271 271One atOne Z
One of the victims who died today was wasan waSan watan S
an American named George B Hayford Hayforda
a lawyer lawyerWord lawyerVord lawyerVosd
Word Wa Was as received Ived in this city that thatthere t1tattbre the t trhrre
there are two cases of yellow y > Uow fever in inSan inSaD Ii IiSan
San Antonio T Tax x Physicians Fhy tdanti there say saythe saythe aa I Ithe
the cases a are malarial fever feverThere fewrTbft feverThere
There were six deaths six new cases casesand easesand allfOS allfOSand
and twelve suspects in Monterey on Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day last lastPLEADED
e < ag IRPLJlADED agPLEADED
PLEADED tOT GUILTY GUILTYWashington GUILTYashlngton
Washington Oct 9 Leopold J Stern Sternthe Sternthe Sternthe
the Baltimore contractor arrested in ro roronto roronto
ronto under two warrants charging false falsepretense falsepreteD
pretense J in h th the supply l uPPlr to the eovernfoeiu eovernfoeiuof guvcrnnenof uvernmentof t
of satchels tcbel8 for rural rura free delivery car carriers carrien ¬
riers was given a preliminary bearing carrs in inthe Inthe ii iiI rs
the supreme upre court today Stern pleaded pleadednot pdelnot plesder I
not guilty Postofflee inspector Walter WalterS Waltet r
S May arfo who worked up the case against aaainstStem t
Stern was called to the witness wlt f M stand standbut tandbut 0
but before his examination was conclude concludecourt concludecourt > J Jcuutt
court adjourned a d
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T ONDON Oct 20 2 2lIe 223 p ca caL1
L L1 The engrossed copy of orkaa t tbaa th Atljt Atljtm
baa award was signed at 2 2b1 > P Pin
m The Canadian canunMUasMCS canunMUasMCSMessrs CQIft Ooiflndf5iseosre f feun
Messrs eun Aytesworth and 4 Jette JettetCllIICD declaed declaedto
to tCllIICD t o sign the award but wilt wU11RI4NDIt submit their theircontrary tbe1rcontrary theircontrary
contrary opinions to the tribunal trJbuaalto se as asto aso
to t o go officially oa record While WhDed they theydeclined theydeclined
declined d dlned jp p sign the award they theythe signed signedthe signedthe
the maps ma agreed ea by the majority majorityThe maJorityThe 0
The award a relating to the Portland Portlandcanal PortJaDdcanal 0 0canal
0 0and
canal give the United States two tw tw1aD4 Is Islands
lands l and Kannaghmiut and Sltklan Sithlanmanding eem eemmandlng IIIIImandll
mandlng < the entrance of the Portland Portlandchannel PortJaDdchannel Portlandchannel
channel and the ocean passage to Bart BartSimpson PIwt81mpecm PertSimpson
Simpson and destroying de the strategic strategicvalue stratleCfcalue 0 0value
value of Wales and Pealed Pear8ewhich islands islandswhich isladawhich
which are given to Canada CanadaThe CanadaThe CanadaThe
The mountain line adopted as the theboundary daeoundary theboundary
boundary lies II so far from the coast as asto aso a
to t o give the United States substantially substantiallyall
all the territory terrft FY In disput diB m The lists ttnecompletely IIDeromplftely listscompletely
completely clear ears all the bays and to toIfcts tnIHs inkts
IHs and means of access a to the sea seagiving Ravtng 0 0giving
giving vtng the t United State Statea a completeland < complete completeland 0 0and
land l barrier between 1Ofn Canada end nd the thesea theIlea 0 0ea
sea Ilea s ea from the Portland canal to toIoaint toIoaintSt Monnt MonntSt Mo ht htSt
St Kilns EU Around the th ° head of ofth ofthLynn th thLynn the theL3rnn
Lynn anal the line follows the water watershed waterRhed waterhed ¬
shed s somewhat in accordance with 1Uaprovision the theprovisional theprovisiostal
provisional t boundary boundaryHo
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Ho Public JCaetivy JCaetivyIn XMtia XMtiaIn
In consequence of the attitude attttehdned main maintained dabztlned ¬
tained t by the Canadian eoma eomaLord conunUaiitimrii conunUaiitimriiLord commbadosuLord
Lord Chief Justice Alverstone AlyeratoeethlA decided decidedthis 0 0this
this morning momin not to hold the p Pill psecssd > o es r it itpublic dpublic 0 0public
public meeting of the Alaskan bound boundary boaadal boida ¬
ary a commission but to hand ita lta4eoi it de decision d dIsio
e cision Isio to Messrs Foster and Siftoii re respectively re respectlveJy repectively ¬
spectively c agents of the American and andCanadian aa1Canadian andCanadian
Canadian governments governmentsThe vernments vernmentsThe
The Canadian commissioners oom not only onlydeclined onlydffl onlydeclined
declined dffl to sign the award but aid aaidthey aidthey acidhey
they t would publicly withdraw from th thcommission tlM tlMcommlslot1 tbicommission
commission They as well ell as the Can Canadian Canadian Canadian ¬
adian connected with lIh the ease are very verybitter TftrJbitter vibItter
bitter Telegrams Tele ram from Premier Laur Laurkr Laurlfor L5UIre
kr i re and other prominent persons in inCanada InI inCanada
I Canada show that this sentiment t H Ht I Ii ihared
t i sharedgenerally hared s generally throughout the Do Dominion Dominion ¬
I minion minionMessrs minionMessrs 0 0Messie
Messrs Jett and Aylesworth A7 Orth in a astatement aatatemfnt astatement
statement of their reasons for refining refiningto 0 0to
to sign the ward say y they consider considerthe
the finding of the tribunal regarding regardingi 0 0the
the Islands at the entrance ot Portland PortlaDdI Portlandcanal
i canal and < the mountain lines is not a ajudicial a ajudicial
judicial one
oneCanadians Canadians Angry AaffryThe Bary BaryThe AngryThe
The Canadians feel very sore over the theoutcome tbecutcome thecutcome
cutcome They almost openly accuse accuseLord acceLord cCU5 cCU5Lord
Lord Alverstoae of part partisanship an8hlp an8hlpthe WMen WMenthe tOtt tOttthe
the latter presented pre them Ute to Kb XJw Eliiward Ed Edward JJdwahf ¬
ward at Buckingham palace e yesterday yesterdaythe TIU TIUtbe 4sy 4sythe
the king endeavored vainly v to toMean iadvoe iadvoeMessrs hCMessrs
Messrs Jett and Aylesworth to say saythey ay aythfy saytbey
they were satisfied ti fted or that thatceptecl they as ascepted aScepted
cepted the situation 8ItuaU D but the two Can Caaacquiescence CaIIaOhtJlB Canadbtitac31ne4to
aOhtJlB adbtitac31ne4to 4rucU ID kenyway kenywayacquiescence Y I way wayftcquie
acquiescence ftcquie cence with this view viewPlY viewply Taear Taearply
ply shook ibo shoebbands hands formally ro and andOne a aOne > 0 0One
One of the Canadian comndsslu comndssluafterwards cnq1IBlrs coISOOiSafterwards
afterwards atter ards said to a representative of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Associated Press PressThis PreuThis PremThIs
This award affects more the eels relations eelstiona ¬
lions between the Dominion and the themother themotber 0 0mother
mother country than people peoplebere here seem seemto sonitto
to realize and almost marks the part parting partin partlug ¬
lug in of ofthe the ways at east so a far as asleaving Uleaving 0 0leaving
leaving any such Question for Bng IIaclaud Bngland 0 0and
land l to decide for us usSEVEN uaSEVEN usSEVEN
SEVEN QTTS5TIOHS ASKBU ASKBUContentions AmcEDCoutentious ASKBContentions
Contentions as Submitted to t ta t Oem OemBiiseioB OemDd Consmission
mission BiiseioBNew Dd siOuNew missionNew
New York Oct 39 mTbe The seven vea veatiOGiJ quesUon ques question ¬
tion tiOGiJ submitted to u tne e arbitrators were eFirstWhat wereFirst 0 0FirstWhat
First FirstWhat What is intended as the vote etat of ofcommencement ofcommencement ofcommencement
commencement of the line lineSecond HneSeoondWbat lineSecondWhat
Second SeoondWbat What channel is the Pertlaad Pwtaadchannel Pertlaadchannel pisadchannel
channel channelThird channelThirdWhat
Third TblrdWbat What course should lIb4 Uld the line tak takfrom take takefrom takefrom
from the point of commencenwat to tile tfteentrance 1Deentrance tileentrance
entrance to Portland channel channelFourth chanoelF channelFurtWhet
Fourth F FurtWhet urtb What point on the fiftysixth fiftysixthparallel tIft7elxthPrllld fiftysixthPU1IeL
parallel is the + line to be drawn from fromthe fIOIIltbe from fromthe
the bead of the Portland channel anJ anJwhat an anwhat 111 111what
what course should it follow toDe between betweenthese betwIIAthese betweenthese
these points pointsFifth potntBFifthIn 0 0FifthIn
Fifth FifthIn In extending the line of denmrk denmrkation deIIIarltaUOD deisarkation
ation northward from said point on < Ute tteparallel Uteparallel theparallel
0 0latitude
parallel of the fiftysixth fifty ixth degreeof de ee of north northlatitude t tlatitude
latitude following the crest of the move Mountains MOUDtalus movetalus ¬
talus situated parallel to the coast until 1IIIdiIt untilits umtllits
its It intersection with the lOst l degree It Itlongitude oflongitude C Clongitude
longitude west of Greenwich subject jeCt to tothe totb tothe
the tb condition that tbe t if such Hue D should shouldanywhere taDaktan ulisuManwbere
anywhere an where exceed the distance of tea tearine ma marine marine ¬
rine leagues Je 8 from the ocean then > the theboundary tit titboundary insboundary
boundary between the British and Russian Ruesian Rue Bussian ¬
sian territory would be formed by a line Mneparallel linepar1ll1 fleeparallel
parallel to the sinuosities of the coast coastand OGaIItand coastand
and therefrom not more than ten ma marine JDRrine merine ¬
rine leagues Jea ue8 was wlt It the intention and andmeaning aDdmeamnc ansimeaning
meaning of said convention of uK 1 that thatthere aatthere thatthere
there should remain in the exclusive poe possession poe8ession poesession ¬
session of Russia R a continuous fringe trt or orstrip orstrip orstrip
strip of coast on the mainland not ex exBeparating exceedlnc axceeding
ceedlnc teD marine J leagues In whlcD whlcDseparating wblcnseparating
separating the British Possessions CI from fromthe fretatbe fromthe
0 0of
the bays ports inlets havens and aDdof waters watersof
of the ocean and extending from fro the thesaid thesaid thesaid
said point on the oCth degree of tetttod tetttodnorth latltud4anorth latitudenorth
north to a point where such toe of ds dsmarkatkHi d dmarkatJon demarkatiOn
markatkHi should intersect the Mist de degree Orgras ¬
gras of longitude west of the meridian ot otSixth orU t tGreenwich
U Greenwich GreenwichSixthIf wkh wkhSIxthIf
Sixth SIxthIf If the foregoing question should shouldbe
be answered in the negative and hi the theevent tileevent theevent
event of the summit of such mountains mountainsproving IDOUUtaintJproriDg mountainsprosing
proving to be In places more than ten tenmarine tenmarine tenmarine
marine leagues I es from the tb coast should shouldthe shouldthe shouldwidth
the width of f the llsiere which was to be belong belone beto ¬
long to Russia be measured 1 I fro frou the umainland themainland v vmainland
mainland coast ast to the ocean 8tII 8tIIcalled strictly so socalled socalled
called along a line perpendicular Dft1endle1llarto there thereto thereto ¬
to or 2 was it the intention and mean meaning JDeaIIing meanlag ¬
ing of the said convention that where wherethe WIlle WIlletb wherethe
the tb mainland coast to indented hr desp despinlets de deinlets depinlets
inlets forming < part of the territorial territorialwaters terittOlla1wa 0 0waters
waters wa tels of Russia the width of the Uriera Urierathe JIeIerewaa 0 0was
was to be meuund < a train the the rt rtthe ifthe
the general direction of the mainland mainlandcoast mJaa4coast 0 0coast
coast or b from the line separating separatingthe
the waters of the ocean from tbeterrttoria the twiterritorial 0 0territoriat
territorial waters of R Russia or Cc c fro frothe fIGIIIthe fIGIII 0 0the
the heads of the aforesaid ald Inlets raletsSeventh InletseventhWbMt lets letsSevf
Seventh Sevf eventhWbMt > nth What t if any exist are th thmountains tile tilemountains themountains
mountains referred to as situated parel parellel par pardiId l llei
lei Id to the COM eo which mountain when w wtowttwithin 0 0within
within ten marine leagues from the coast coastare ee eeare
are declared to form the eastern bowl boundary ¬ 0 0dary
dary daryOfficial
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Official Digest of the Decision of the theICajority tMXajority tbaXjot4ty
ICajority ICajorityLondon XajorityLondou 0 0London
London Oct aTbe The f following folloWlaKotfkial towtegte 1 aa aaofficial 0 0official
official digest di tt of the Alaska Alaklbe decision decisionup deomonThe
The decision of the tribunal tribunalup is d dup
up of answers an wtni to the seven questions con contained eoDtained ¬ 0 0tamed
tained in the treaty of 1903 constituting constitutingthe 0 0the
the tribunal tribunalFirst tribuna1F1r 0 0First
First t question questlonAnwer Answer The e line i imences ee eelDtuces esmmences
mences at Cap luzon MuxonSecond luzonSecond MownSecond
Second que qUefltlOuAn questionAUSWer tiott Answer wer The Portlan PortfaDtlchannel Portleisichannel l lchannel
channel passes uorth orth of Pearse afd afdVal 51stWales < i iWales
Wales Val islands and enters the ocean oceanthrough OM ores an anthrdu it itthrdugh
through thrdu h T Tougas im s passage pae between Valca Valcaami Vaieaand ales alesamI
ami Sitklan iSlandS tehvndsThird l81andsThird 0 0Third
Third ouestlon q questionAnswer IonADlJwer Answer A straight Hn Hnto line lineto 0 0to
to the middle of the entrance 10 o the Ton Tonga iOl1gall iongas ¬
ga gall pass passFourth panF passFourth
Fourth F urth question Qu questionAnswer tlonAnswfr Answer straight straightline straightline
line < between hE tween Salmon and I Hit > u r river di divct dirtct
0 vct to the fiftyrtxth iarallpi rallf f latitude latitudeFifth JlLtltucWFirth latitudeFifth
Fifth question questionAnswered Answered in tie affirm affirmative affirmative at atativeSixth ¬
ative ativeSixth ativeSixth ativeSixth
Sixth question qutStlonRtQulred Required n nil < > answer aft after after aftor ¬
er the > fifth question had been answered answeredin 0 0in
in tb the Affirmative AffirmativeSeventh sfffrmativeSeventh ff1rlDa ve veSeventh
Seventh question qneR1onAnswer Answer The major majority majority majority ¬
ity of the t tribunal have selected the tim linof timof line lineof
of of eaks > 1uI starting at the head ht ad of Portland Portlandcanal Portlandcanal Portlanlcanal
canal and andrunnlng running along the high moun mountains mountaIns mountalns ¬
tains on the outer edge of the mOUII mouuContiaucd mOUIIContInucd 0
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