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OGDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL. VOLUME V. NUNBER TIE SAINTLY mm fejaopsii of Their Late Confer ence in bait Lake Citj. THE CHURCH IX CONTROL OGDEN. UTAH, FRIDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 4. 135. was too much for tin S'.l crdt for eb'ked fcirn oS, A s.4jl to that lees, prevailed, and tbs aerates dvparhad for tbeir ton.se to sow the seed tit repnbuoecieai ta tbs salads of the meek anl lowly followers of Lbs Unrein of jasut of Letter Lrt Day Sdicla. EOBEBT IWBBS" CASE. He Ei plains tie Scheme Colorado inthoritit. of the THE Robert Dobbe, tbs colored light weight Federal Official Called Upon to Ee- so well known as is el pugilist fia Their Office or Pat o the knows Las bseo bating Lere, a lit of trouble GarmeiiU of the Sew GopeL with ths Colorado authorities at . La Junta, Laving bees taken tbre from Tbs Territorial enoToLoo i4 efcorch Lanoeln. ebrsaka, on requisition. Wr on tbs purer tbs jrcr?ruor u called to order at 11 sot repubUoans of Nebraska, lie baa written ths o'clock Wednesday morning, in the Federal court room at Salt Lake City, Lioooio Journal a letter explaining bis ease at La Junta, and also giving his who dourer! a try Arthur crown, characterietis address. Prefacing it opinion of Linoolu detectives, as ful Out-rii- o with expressing bis pleasure in caiiicg eooveauoo. that will lav the corner etc hm) of ths prtT la this Terr tory, he declared that it was essentially business meeting fur tbs purpose of s begun eev-tperfecting tue worfc ttiat months uo. Thousands bad f j! lowed the old old standard in tbs last lection, and they are ail in earnest, the old as well as the young. The? demanded that the party should bs organized on a Territorial baaw. that in every county it should bs organized ou a county basts aud in every prsutnet on a precinct baaia In organizing ws should bs discreet Ws must put nons but republicans on guard, and see to it that the charge is committed to those who will cherish and nourish republicanism. Ws need to draw closer to eae another and discriminate between the honest and sincere republicans and tbs pretenders who, while preaching that they hare g been republicans, are not now of the party because it is in ths minority and because they want offices. Mr. Brown spoke in ths sams rein until ths delegates began to get restless and he prudi-n'.lretired, receiving as he did so the enlhusiastio plaudits of ths to order life-lon- brethren. Hon. John T. Lynch was then called to the cbnir and, after expressing his approval of Brown's remarks, called for Dr. P. IL nominations for secretary. Simmons of Utah oouuty, A. K. Haywood of Weber county and E. T. Hyde of Cache county were name 1. Mr. Haywood declined the honor aud a vote resulted in the election of Simmons. The following committees were then appointed in t lis order named: A. J. Bailey, chairOn credentials man; J. T. Harmon, 11. IL Jones, T. J. Wadewortb, Ben Bachman, W. IL Clark Alma Eldridgo, William P. Smith, A. It hay wood, William Newman, J. A. Hyde, - Jobs Ryder, Thomas O. Callieter, W. Newell, John Lowry, F. Harmon and . B. Critchlow. On rules and order of business Hoyt Sherman, N. Treweek, J. K. Bagley, (). W. Nibley and Jjhn Kyder. Arthur On permanent organization Brown. A. Saxey, T. C. Cullister, A. Miller and J. Howell. On platform and resolutions William John Henry Balderstoc, chairman; Smith, C. W. Bennett, W. L. Brown, W. R. White, Frank J. Cannon, George Sutherland, S. J. Kenyon and N. W. Merrill. The committee on credentials reported; some long winded resolutions were ead. Arthur Brown then launched the following bolt in the form of an amendment to the resolutions at the heads of those true nnd loyal men now holding Federal offi je, who have remained in the liberal ranks despite the machinations of the church people: Resolved, That it is the sense of this convention that the Federal appointments for Utah should be selected from the Republicans of Utah who are true and loyal to the party, who vote its ticket, and the Republican Administration is requested to select its appointees from that class and to recall all others. Mr. Brown's effort was met with the most uproarious demonstration. It was slightly amended and passed under a suspension of the rules. tows: La La Jl-s- t a. Co- l- A rur. 20. l'l.-T- he Junta authorities are stili holding me for trial, but ths trial is set for Monday, August 21. I am confident of getting out for they have learts 1 that I Li v n't and consequently anything for Un-oew tbey want me to tell a lot of lis on in Pueblo, saying if I d they very man will let roe off. but 1 won t lis on nay friends even if I have to go tbs pen. I did not hsTe a prize tight with ths man they are holding sis fur, it was only a contest for points and not a cent gios of money up. No they see their mis take and want me to say it was a tight so tbey can arrest ths sports wbo saw the contest and tasks them pay tinea, promising me to let ms go free, but I will not do it, and no true sport would I a'-- not in the go back on bis friends. business to break laws and get into trouble, but I certainly will ask for permission to give glove contests just as I did in Lincoln. I like Lincoln and e very bod r there. If Lincoln wants a real good detective I know a Chinaman they can get who is ss good as some detectives I know in Lauooln. Correct all errors and oblige Robert Dobbs. yours respectfully, FROM LA PLATA. The Best Mining Men In the Coantry Go There. . Ben. Brooks, of Salida, Col., is now at the Reed hotel. He is miner of long years of experience and a thorough mineralogist as well. Us has been instru mental in the developmen t of soma of the best mines in Colorado, and on all mining subjects bis opinions are entitled to great weight. During the past week or two be bas been up to La Plata, and while there he and the other Colorado gentlemen with him located claims covering an area of 600 feet by 7,001) feet, and upon each of the claims embraced in this tract it is determined to sink shafts 100 feet deep at once. Mr. Brooks has opened more than one mine heretofore and he thinks that he has an exceptionally good prospect in the La Plata district. His claim and those of his associates are located f miles from La about one and Plata City. Speaking or the prospects at tbe new mining camp Mr. Brooks says that they could not be better. There is certainly vast evidences of the close proximity of immense mineral wealth aud it is not probable that La Plata will fail to produce many creditable mines and some great ones. one-hal- A Suspicious Blaze. little blaze was discovered behind Jim Dee's place last night about 9 o'clock. It did not amount to much. It was thought to be incendiary. A NEIGHBORHOOD S0TES. Two boilers intended for the power house of the electric street railway have arrived. Frank Melbourne, the rain wizard, is a Colorado delegate to the irrigation convention at Salt Lake City. motion on were The rules suspended, Mr. A. R. Hey wood was chosen terri of C. W. Bennett, who introduced the torial committeeman for Weber county resolution: following Resolved, That until further ordered by the Republican convention at the capital. by the republicans of the territory in convention assembled, representation in Still another brick building for busi all future republican conventions of this ness purposes is to be erected on Washterritory shall be baaed on the republi- ington, a little south of Richeys' undercan strength in the several counties as taking house. It will be a expressed at the last preceding general It is reported already that there will election. lie a "Citizens" ticket in the held at the The resolution was adopted. The convention then proceeded to the coming city election at the capital. election of a territorial committee, the Party division don t seem to sutlice. TO RETAIN CHURCH CONTROL. to be one-stor- nominations being made by the chairmen of the several county delegations. The commit tee is as follows: Beaver J. W. Cox. Box Elder E. A. Box. Cache J. C. Know lea. Davis J. T. Mayboe. Garffeld J. F. Chidester. Iron R. W. Hayborn. Juab Alma Hague. Kane John Rider. Millard G. M. Hanson. Morgan T. R. O. Wells. Rich Westley K. Walton. Salt Lake George M. Cannon. San Pete A. H. Lund. Sevier W. H. Clark. Summit Alma Edwards. Tooele A. C. Shields. Utah George Sutherland. Wasatcq Thomas S. Wutson. Weber A. R. Haywood. J. T. Lynch placed in nomination for the chairmanship of the committee the name of C. W. Bennett. John Henry Smith seconded the nomination in a brief but glowing eulogy. The nomination was then made unani mous. George Hicks, a granger from Spanish Fork, stated that he had been informed that some people believed that the republican and Liberal parties were of the same kidney, and stated that all should make it their business to contradict the He declared, with some statement. heat, that there was no more similarity between the two than there was between a democrat and a speaker of the Yesterday the power wires of tbe elec tric road were being put in a condition it is to be hoped that the electric cars will sovm be in operation. Provo bas let the contract, to Rhodes Brothers of Colorado, lira $125,000 system of water works, to be completed by January 1, 1892. Provo is getting metro politan. Tribune, 3: "A transcript on appeal from the First District, court at Ogden in the case of James Pratt, appellant, vs. 11. V. Gilbert ana U. 11. IN icolet was hied with the clerk of the Supreme court yesterday." Telegrams remain undelivered at the Western Union Telegraph office. No. 407 street for thefollowing: R. IVenty-htlA. Jenkins, C. M. Raven, J. P. Carrie, J. E. Noble, L. 0. Buyer, C. F. Sherwood, A. Brady. Yesterday's Salt Lake Tribune: 'Mr. Eveland, the Salt Lake agent of Presi dent P. A. 11. Franklin of the Niagara Minim; coinoanv. said last nuzht that he bad word from Philadelphia that Mr. Franklin was better, but he has been very sick." Vote for your favorite lRdy friend in the Stanoard "Popular Lady Contest" and the Standard will pans upon the whether she is a lady or not. Juestion interesting to And out who the editor of the Standard considers "ladies." of tine adjustment and h PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. truth. This gave Bon Rich of Weber county an opportunity to rid himself of bile at the expense of Judge Powers. "It is only necessary, said he, to explain to them that Judge Powers, a democrat, is holding the Liboral party in his own them then say that the hands. Liberal and Rebublican parties are the same." The delegates hnd listened with some degree of patience to Bennett, Cannon aud John Henry Smith, but Rich's dose Lt Joan Pctorn, fur years U. P. tatiin aciit at American Fork, Utah, was in Oifdoo ypptorday, tlie tlrbt time in eight or nine yearn. He k now a loadiuK citizen of American Fork. Asa Hancock, for sometime a brjsineefl man of Payson, Utah, was inOK'h'n yesterday ou hie way back from a visit to the mines. Carvel Irven, Kio rnurfn watch inspector left last evening for Urand Junction. R. H. Whipple Iiar ref nrned from Iowa, bein called back sooner than Ue expected by important bveiuoss. Cj. lialmafetia' P&rtia&iis Pursued Bj Popular Hate. REFUGEES ESCAPE. The German and American War chips Take ths Failea M From Their Satire Land. The Davis Will Bern, Mont, Sept. 3. Tt dusiog THE RECALL scenes in tbs celebrated Davis w ill ease All tetimaay ars aot being enacted. bas been taken, and the argior.ta of He is SnmoionrNl eouosel has been begun. CoL X:tf erao3 x r tLe speak Unix row contestant. . Today Jndre 'Dixoa opened fur the proponents. Af ur thankslteo-ttuing tbe court and jury for tbeir so far given in tbe case, and argmg the jury to be guided by their own convictions and not decide tbe case without due and careful deliberation, he reviewed .tbe testimony relating to tbe KV'-haearly part of the clbj, which principally npoa tLe qoestkm oY? acre the will was written, lie was fuuerfy i by oooiJ-IalAttorney Mvers for tbe who reviewed the testimony relaij.g to IQ puuituauoa Of uie win oy air. iavia. He also reviewed tbe testimony r carding the handwriting of tbe will! brssging out tbe peculiarities meotioned b witsingular ness, of capital letters and manner of dotting in tbe wi!L H also of fact the mentioned the the paper on which the insntumerit was writ Lei- - bav ins been calendered and corbonusd in oider to rive it tbe appearance of age. concluding with the reinara the docu ment does not show single honest mark of age." Col. Sanders followed referring chietlr to the testimony of experts on tbe bad writing, paper and ink. Before the conclusion of bis argument tbe jourt adjourned. f will probably o Xaw Yokk, 8pU 3.-- Tbe Herald's Valparaiso ad vtoas say in accordance with mstructiucs have investigated the repo: t that tbe lata President Balmacada bas been killed by one of the men w ho ars No crossing tbs mountains with hint. such report bas been beard here so far I s can ascertain. Tbe steamer Area si pa arrived at Val paraiso from Iquiqus last evening with Seoors SUva, vice president of the senate; Senor Ramon Baros Laoo, speaker of tbs housw of representatives, who with Senor Jorge Montt comprise the Junta de G bieroo; Senor LrraZuriz, provisional minister of foreign affairs, and other prominent oongreaetonal leasers were aboard. Tbey were received in style. with great entnuaiasm. Tbe British warship Champion dressed abip and The American Hog. manned yards as tbe Arequipa entered entered tbe bay. The national saluts Bekxih, Sept X Tbe decree rescind was tired from tbs ferts and at their ing tbe prohibition placed upon Ameri landing ths officials were greeted with jrrk was signed today. music, n rework and parade. Bkmjk, Sept 3. The ReichesfseU lbs question or ths aisposition of refugees has been definitely settled, and blatt publishes an order to the nfTect tomorrow tbs United States steamer that the prohibition importation of Baltimore and tbe Verman wine, pork and sausages of American will leave for Peru witn all refugees aboard. Tbe final conference was neld origin shall do longer be enforced when on board Admiral Brown's flagship, San such live hogs or hog products are furntttinge Franctaoo, last night, and the question nished with official certificates aceord-ancas to wbo should not receive guarantees that they have been examined In with American regulations and are was discussed. The German and Americas admirals worked through their re- bound and free from qualities dangwous to health. Tbe cbanoellor bas sec, inspective ministers at Santiago, and were informed by them that the Junta would structions to the proper officials that an under no circumstances give any guar-tee- s order be given for putting this into imas to the recent president elect, mediate effect. Wasmhotojc, Sept. 3. Secretary Rusk Claud io Vicuna, Senor Baurados, Oscar Viel, Godoy, Peru Montt, Capt. Fuen-te- today received official notioa thai the Senor Sals or CoL Faulojo. The German government had raised tbe emcaaes of others were kept under advise- bargo on American pork. Tbe agreement untd this morning, when the ad- ment was signed at Cape May ten days mirals were informed no guarantees ago, but at the request of the German government the fact was withheld from would be given at all. It was then decided to send two men the public press until official action of war with the refugees to the north. could be takan by the Home govern-Tbagreement not only provides for tbe The American and German war ships are closely watched day and night by admittance of American pork into but also affords to the Uoited the authorities, and this may have given rise to the talk in foreign circles States the same schedule with referance that an effort would be made to prevent to our farm products as that DjyAbJ the sailing of the Baltimore and the Russia. Secretary Rusk is confident German ships, and to take the refugees that he will soou be able to extend our into away from them by force. There is market for corn by intruding it food for use as an article of really no reason as far as I caa learn Germony in of in which of the to believe any such step is in contemcrop rye, place Germany is this year exceedingly short. plation. All newspaper supporters of To this end he has instructep his corn the late government are marked men, and will have to leave the country, if agent, Col. C. S. Murphy, now in Eurtbey can. This is particularly the case ope, to proceed st ouoe to Berlin andin regard to Major Herrera, who was fnw the matter before the German govpaymaster and editor of the Boleton, and governmsnt. Senor Lowenstein. They will probably be shot in short order if they are found. Senors Silva and Luca, of the Junta, and other congressional leaders left for Santiago this morning. Riots and Floods in Japan, and a Typhoon in China. Train Robbers Beaten off. San Francisco, Sept. 3. The steamSan Francisco, Sept. 3. The New Orleans overland express was stopped ship Gnelio arrived today from Hong four miles south of Modesto, Cal., this Kong and Yokohama. A Wuchang corevening by two masked men. Detective says: The patience of the forLoy Harris was shot and severely respondent wounded. The robbers were frightened eign population is nearly exhausted at off before they got anything. the tardiness shown by the Chinese officials in punishing the perpetrators of CURIOUS DISCOVERY. the Wusueh outrages. A few have been executed and some others sentenced to A German Finds a New Use for a A new deputy imprisonment for life. Water Injection. prefect bas been appointed known to be to foreigners, and the arrest of Berlin, Sept. 3. While conducting friendly malefactors is looked for. The corresview a of with determining experiments' says one of the prominent offihow weak a solution of cocoaine would pondent cials of Shanghai was implicated in the prove efficacious as a local anesthetic issue of tbe incendiary placards, which Dr. C. I. Sleigh, of this oity, made a caused tbe uprising at the time of the rather remarkable discovery. He found murder of Customs Officer Green and the that a simple water injection under skin missionary agent, June 5th. The with a syringe renders the flesh at that head mandarin to send refused point insensible to pain. The effect of a single man to quell the riot, the water is to create a slight swelling, After the arrest and execution of the resembling that caused by the sting of a two murderers, the subordinate officials gnat. The space marked by the swelling professed to consider the case closed, exremains insensible to pain for some minas to money reparation but after utes' bo that Bu incision may be made cept strenuous representations by foreigners, without causing the slightest pain. higher officials consented to reopen the case. Fifty-fou- r days after the riots Destroyed by Fire. notices were posted, for the first time, 3. The eale for information concernWatertown, Wis.. Sept. offering rewards barns of Dr. N. P. Valerius A Co., im- ing the rioters. Incendiary placards porters of horses, were burned thiB had frequently been brought to jtie atmorning. Loss tbo,000, with an insur- tention of the authorities prior to the ance of 120,000. The horses burned in- rioting but at no time has any one been clude several valuable Clydesdales re- Dunished for issuing them. Several prominent (Jhinese banners at cently imported Amoy have failed since the suspension OttDEN'S MINES. of Yiah Viang Ching recently. The liabilities of the money changers affected is between two and three hundred A Traveling Man Caught the "Fever" thousand tales, but no estimate ct the Against His Will. amount for which the broken banks are Mr. W. B. Freeman, a citizen of Grand liable. Outsinde the south gate of Nanking Junction, was one of the Colorado excursionists. He is writing letters about locusts are piled three to four inches Ogden and the mines to tbe Grand deep. The officials have offrd prayers Junction Star. A portion of bis latest in the temple for the succor of the crop, and steps are being taken to exterminate report is given below: Nearly eveiy one returning to Ogden the pests. are heavily weighed with samples of ore Reports concerning the typhoon of and small groups of men can be seen all July 18th are coming in slowly, but it is ocer the city, the center of attraction Known great damage was done to propThe loss of life, as tar as known, being carbonates, float and rocks show- erty. ing traces of silver, copper, galena, etc., does net exceed four or five. The beach lead predominating; aud tbe bank, store at Yaumati is strewn with the wreckage The Brit- and saloon windows have it nioly dis- of over fifty tunks destroyed. played and the name La Plata is promi- trh gunboat Tweed was blswn from its nent everywhere. Ogden merchants are anchorage, smashed against tbe wall of highly elated and business is be- the naval yard and partially sunk, one Now I only sailor being drowned. ginning to improve. came here to sell goods and did Japanese advices state, in consequence not calculate to go on a stampede; but of the heavy rains early in August, the excitement is runniug so high today rivers overflowed and a number of towns that I have actually caught the fever are badly flooded. and shall lay my samples aside nnd get The Japanese native papers still comright "in the swim" and see what there ment severely on the fact that the sala is in it. Myself and two or three Colo- ries of the cabinet ministers have not rado friends will start at 2 o'clock this been reduced in the same manner as afternoon and expect to reach the "sec- other officials, and it now appears the ond Leadville" by 10 o'clock tonight. ministers have also had an allowance of We are going mainly to secure some about $100,000 per year from the Emtown lots, and mines too, if we can Hnd peror's privy purse. Riots on a small s 'ale have taken place them. Honestly, we feel now as if there was a great big cloud of prosperity hov- at Akos, caused by diseotisf action of the ering right clofe above us, and we act natives with the proceedings of the ually expect to get there with both feet municipal assembly in the matter of taxes. Eleven native papers have been over the daBh board. La Plata is a poor place for men to go suspended by the government during with the expectation of getting work, July, for publications menacing the and it may be well to repeat with em pence of the country. The Japanese a as to men council at without warning phasis Shanghai reports that cholera means and in search of labor only, that has broken out at Soochot and one case Lia rlula is not yet ready lor them. reported in Yokohama. man-of-w- s, e tfler-man- FliOM THE OltlENT. - PRICE FIVE CENTS. 1891. OF M. B&ek From Santiago, Chile. A DEMOCRATIC nkA at Tbe Dallrt the REGIE Jy tLee' CONCLAVE. The Late Confiagratioa iq Oregon, Can th Lt, i V.VAO ostensibly oe SAVojciof Ptii.'.ai0p4.ia ojue'.y'aaiiare Hii prrv ; CHILE'S XEIF Lai. but U--f U.al lax LkJ U-- u pud in a id wbeo liar a drf i. j . "1 tvt party wioixi-aia- i rvpuUir) bavti fuf'ed, eccuurht'ed, and oucliLued a rwvkless avtUvai ut The Coarresionalist Govern-niri- it to vug a: peciiLuo w.iii tt.e to I Edcojriized. stale slJ nty Irwyrm brtfvty have en.rui.eJ vm, ourfn;tJ public suuras and lubund tax patcre." Vtf pltfua btrt:ij eudorse-- the iae. AN OLD M AX'S RED CRIME. ttMuat.i.k and palckilic atdiiiKiiiitia Uunof Ljvt-rti- r IVlLuuu,"aipiudatiJ ut partwao, approves kit feruw ill and o UvLaialmu.' Ji A Voutana Etutler is Caught ia the Vkjus ah tbe jm tlemudi of yu.pKtbiMS Art or Changing Cttle tbe work iLiues - u.-- lngjsialiua as ' Ui- - f- Trlnf i anal Uir amendment prusui inlr-ftst- aaj t wayfe gft lfftMCvn Brand coc.i j aiJyi.l secure s free ofandUie as secret btUut t Washihgto, Sept S. It is given cut Admiral Wahim,hin, Pept 3. that United States Minister LVan Las Bros n's cablegram to the nary departBarm-dBusiness fchirka Sixte?! been wired to report in WaahingUio for Th Dallu, Ore SeiL 1 A fire ves ment received this morning announcing a personal statement of ths condition of affairs in Chile. That tgan lias lew terday afleruouo dttruej over sttieeo the complete success of ths Junta, was ordered to Washington at regarded in block in the busmeat prti m ut tbe ojaiaiuuicated immediately to Wharton two lights. One is that the administra- town. It was faun J by a high wind and While secretary of state. tion hi dissatisfied with his silenc dur- it was late ib the eveuiuv before it ws acting Brown is not a diplomatic repre t ml. eon under the and bust or four gotten three the weeks, ing tNveral hundred penp'e are honielee. setitativeot ths government, hie state other that be m to be given leave of absence, anticipatory of arbitrary action and tbe city presents a dolicate appear- meet of farts ia taken as addition to tbe ance. Tbe militia are patrolliuir the testimony before the department of state on the part of tbe new administration to the fact that Balmaoeda's in Chile, wbicn threatens to give Min- streets, but no disorder has It is impsible to obtain a correct esti is a thing of tbe past and thegovernment ister Egan his passport on sooount of new regime Ium of and mate maurauce. the bis svmpatby fur the Balmaced party." baa been established, lhe requirements As a result of the tire, tbe twnfroiu of dipkimatio Ali the information received from have been so far Chile today at tbe departments is com- Mam street west is in ruina. The burnt met and it is probable ths state depart- btwt tbe district of f the rou ill in men now the comprises portion following telegram l prised proceed to take official Admiral Brown, dated Valparaiso, Sep- town and covert about seventeen block. ogniziooe of the state of affairs in A change in the direction of tbe wind is Chili as tembers. modified by Balmaceda'e resigBusiness fully resumed. Everything all that eared the buisineMs portion of nation atil tbe victory ut tbe the town from being completely wijied have been party. quiet The congressional committee ar ont. eent to Minister Ean, and tliers is rearived from Iquiuue yesterday and go to lose heaviest follows: are as Tbe son to believe when be is satisfied that Santiago. Coon, opera house blm k and tbe government, (even Vogt though it bs third Nichol regiment armory, tii.UUO; temporary in form) has been securely Democratic Convention. son A Co- - brick building and warehouse. esUbliilied in Chile he wdl Harrhbi-bo- , Pa, Sept 3. At 10:30 atat ion sry and jewelry, aAJ,0ia.i; M. K. open official intercourse withimmedisteiy that govo'clock this moruirg Undemocratic state Aringate ft Co., general merchandise. ernment. This step, it is said at the Four WO,UA; K P. Fitzgerald, store and res departments equivalent to convention was called to order. accrediting hundred and sixty-on- e delegates were idence, M!,UIO; bital loss, ilLll.000. a mi ureter to the new government, and As a result of yesterday's disastrous as feion as such new government offipresent IL Willis Bland of Reading, In lire about one third of this city is in cially notifies the department of state was chosen as temporary chairman. lees eaid: ashes and not than one thoumind that it baa authorized by its bis speech Bland special en'Never before did the publio so deeply people homeless. Kighteen blocks are voys to represent it regularly in the feel the necessity for a change in the ad- totally consumed including rive or six Cnited States, Dr. Montt and his colministration of public affairs. Never be- hundred residences. Had the high wind leagues will be recognized at the departfore was tbe feeling so strong. The ticket continued which prevailed during the ment of stale. put in nomination today will be over early slags of the conflagration the enbeen de wbelmingly elected. The campaign will tire city would have Attempted Murder and Sniclde. be fought on local issues, not on national stroyed. Fortunately two hotels were Mansfikld, Ohio, Sept 3. As the re. ones. Nobody doubts that the people of saved and theee furniahed shelter last of a family quarrel today, Nicholas Pennsylvania love tbe teachings of their night for hundreds whom tbe Are bad suit Tremen rendered homeless. Others found lodg- Webber, aged 70, shot and wounded his prophet G rover Cleveland. He then Philip Bublman. dous applause. I ings in the houses of their more fortun tiis defeat in tne last campaign has ate neighbors and others ejient the night fired seven bullets into bis own head. been more glorious to him thau aoy vic- on the beach keeping waU'h over what t Cang-hand Lynched tory could have been, for no thinking little they had rescued from the tlnmo. man can help feeling that the lessons It is impossible now to make a careful Hi.i.rxA, Mont, Sept 3. Much comtaught in democratic victories all over estimate of the amount of insurance plaint has been made recently of cattle the country since his dafeat are tributes covering the destroyed property. Many stealing and today news was received to the grandeur of G rover Cleveland or Uie losers are badly crippled, while today from Ouster county that tbe The and the principles he so nobly repre- others are ruined financially. bad taken tbe law into tbier But , we are not losses will aggregate luliy sou,ui)0, nnd own hands and lynched Jerry Thompson, ' . sented. Applause, going into national issues. It is our it is not thought the iujuranoe exceeds the notorious rustler, and nis Companions, who were caught in tbe act of duty to tbe people that we turn out the 1275,000. republican vampires who are prostituchanging brands. His offices Vizier all over Grand the state." Fired. ting the publio The usual committee were appointed Application for Receiver. Constantinople, Sept. 3. The an and the convention at 12 o'clock took a nouncement was made todav that the Chicago, Sept 3. An Omaha die. recess until 1:30. sultan has dismissed his grand vizier patch says it is reported that an applies, The afternoon session of the convention ad president of the council, Kiamil. lion will be made today for the appoint2 on The o'clock. committee at began Djevad Pasha, governor of Crete, suc ment of a receiver for the Union Pacitlo permanent organzations reported in fa- ceeds him. Six mempers of the cabinet liailway company. vor of George W. Skinner of Fulton have aiso been dismissed. Ngw York, Sept 3. There is a rumor ' county, for permanent chairman. He that their will be an application today made an address. for the ar pointment of a receiver for the Tbe platform adopted renews tbe PUG1L1T1SC TALK. Union Pacific. It made quite a stir on pledges of devotion to tbe principles of Wall street this morning. It was the platforms of 1761 and 1888. It says: promptly denied by Sidney Dillon, who vVe are in favor or an noneet and eco What Corbett Says of His Meeting declared that there was not a word of nomical administration of publio affairs; With Mitchell. truth in it of limiting the expenses and reducing the taxation to meet the actual necessiBoston, Sept. 3. James Corbett, the GOOD BEET SUGAR. ties of the government; of a sound and pugilist, who arrived here last night, staple currency based on gold and silver said to a press reiiorter: "Mitchell's acceptance of my chal The McKinley Bill Gives Life to tbe coined and circulated in such propor tions as will keep them on a parity; of lenge looks geuuine, and is a welcome Sugar Industry. reform and revision of the tariff; of lib feature of tins fighting debate. I am Washington, Sept 7. The first hun eral but just pension laws and of well ready to fight him as soon as he is considered legislation tending to in ready, and at any place he may select. dred pounds of sugar made under the crease the rewards and lighten the bur- Tbere is nothing in my theatrical en- sugar bounty clause of the McKinley dens of labor." gagements to prevent an early meeting. bill were on Aug. 24th from The remaining planks condemn the They were made with the express pro- Chino, Cal shipped to Commissioner of Inter a or for with to its Slavin that vision failure fight republican legislature nal Revenue Maeon. It is to pass the apportionment bills; for ignor- Mitchell, the latter preferred, would reach Washington in a few expected The days. interfered labor with. not demands of relief for be the by ing for California reports "I shall give him no chance to back sugartheinspector law; for failure to equalize taxation and Chino Valley Beet Sugar Comfor abuse in the mercantile appraise- out of the acceptance when he arrives. that produc'.ion of beet ment laws. The Republican party is As for preferences in the matter I would pany, began the Aug. 21th. It baa planted also denounced for the plunder of the select the Granite club, Hoboken, or the sugar acres of beets and expect state treasury by Bardsley of a million Olympic club, or rsew Orleans, if the 2,500 to produce o.uuu.uuu pounds or sugar and a half dollars. The Republican choice were left to me. The fight ought The inspector also reports that the West party is held responsible for the scan- to and probably will come off at the club ern Beet Sugar company.of Wateonville, dals in connection with the Bardsley offering the biggest purse." will production September defalcation. Corbett was very emphatic in his de Cal., and begin to expects produce eight mil Senator Quay is denounced for his nial of the current reports of his differ- 7th, or lion sugar, ibe Alameda pounds in with Sullivan. Corbett ences shameless domination and after says corrupt company, of Alameda, Cal., will the politics of tbe state," and the party Mitchell has got away with Slavm or Sngar begin operations shortly and estiis condemned for its servile acquiescence himself it is time enough for him to talk also mates its production at two million in the leadership of the man who failed of fighting Sullivan. "If Mitchell and I The sugar inspector for Kansas to defend himself from charges against meet, he said, "H will be no sprint pounds. that race. I, myself, am enough of a spriuter reportsof Fortthe Parkenton Sugar comhis official conduct. Scott began operations pany Robert F. Wright of Allentown, and to catch a man in a prize ring." August 28tb, but has not yet made James G. McShartah of Lancaster, were sugar. The company at Medicine Lodge placed in nomination for the onice of Wheat Market. All reports realso began operations. auditor generis. Mr. Title who nomina 3. is Sent. Wheat ceived at the bureau indicate that the erratic. Chicago, a of as said member ted Mcftharrao, he, unsettled. Market opened from l un production of sugar from beets, sorghum tbe state grange, would give strength. der to ?8 over closing figures of yester maple syrup and cane will be up to the Tille criticised Wright as a lawyer and held fairly steady for awhile, original estimates of producers, under said lawyer candidates would not re- day, and declined suddenly 1U, recovered i. which the bounty was estimated to be ceive enth usiastic support this year. How- thei and theg off i or to inside prices of the about LO,500,000 per year. ever, when then the ballot was taken it Here the market again developed was found that Wright had an over- day. a stronger feeling, nnd prices were ad BALMACEDA COMING NORTH. whelming majority and the nomination vanced ,ic, again ease on, this time de was made unanimous. For state treasruled A. L. Tilden of Erie, aud Charles WT. clining lc, than higher, and closed about He is Said to be Heading: for San ury lc higher X il A at nn r T?nTTmast itf yesterday. Receipts, ntnnorl in trAFA au tioiDiiniAm 4.vaj iLiua. w itiiuuiownui Francisco but May Land in Mexico. nomination. 'Tilden bad about tbe same l,4oo,000; shipments. 1,00,000. n City of Mextco, Sept. 3. The bad as and the had, majority Wright Its Power Broken. nomination was made unanimous. The says a prominent gentleman of candidates came forward and made n Washington, Sept 3. Postoffice In this city, well known in the speeches of acceptance. Wright said the spector Maynard of the New Orleans colony, has received the following injunction "thou shalt not steal is a district reporting on lottery cases, soys dispatch in cipher, dated Valparaiso, cardinal plank of the platform and on he thinks the power of the Louisiana 1st: that plank the impending battle n.uet company is broken and business is re Sept. President Balmaceda is aboard the be fought The convention adjourned duced to such a point that although Condell and expects to disembark in San amid enthusiastic cheering. advertise a capital prize of $300,000, Fran;isco. However, as he will be "is ar they The Republican auditor-generyet they do not now sell more than the pusned by the insurrents' war ships he raigned and condemned for permitting half of any ticket, so it is impossible for may land in Mexico. If he does, extend Bardsley to embezzle a million and a the full capital prize to be drawn. all possible courtesies. half of state taxes; for permitting Bardis the first definite news of the Here sley to embezzle $300,000 state license whereabouts of Balmaceda. Tbe ImperThe World's Record Broken. money; for conspiring with Bardsley to ial, a torpedo boat, and the Condell 111., Sept. 3. world's The mercantile Decatur, appraisers appoint corrupt sailed north and are to' be pursued by who abused their office for private ad- record for pacing stallions was broken the cruiseas of the congressional navy to vantage and robbed the state of its just today at tbe fall meeting of the Deca- - whatever port fleeing. No will revenue; for having conspired witti ture trotting association by Roy attempt his capture withinwarship a marine Bardsley to speculate in public adver- Wi'.kes. Time by quarters, 32V., 32?i, league of Mexico or the United States. tising and receiving bribes from the pub 31W. For mile, 2:HU. The exhibition If Balmaceda lands in Mexico he will The Republican state treas- was made with a running miite.the driver receive the lishers. hospitality that the constitu-- . Li. for and condemned" owner of it. is urer "arraigned being Davies, the Roy tion to all political refugees. grants and Wilkes. knowingly permitting willfully in over his to retain possession Bardsley A Duel in France. Hardly Probable. a million dollars collected for and owing to the commonwealth, by reason of London, 3. Sept. 3. A letter from an of D. Editor Burbert Paris, Sept. which dereliction a large part of the Gilbas, and Editor Laurent of Legour officer on an English war ship at Valpamoney has been lost to the people; for fought a duel today, 1). Hurbert being raiso asserts that Balmaceda insulted aud quarreled with the American having conspired with Bardsley to se painiuiiy wounded in the face. Patrick Egan, and tbe French cure to him tbe payment of (125,000 minister and that the latter refused to publio school funds in advance of the PaciflR. . Ai-nitr- al pra-Uio- e . t cat-tinm- I Anglo-America- Anglo-America- min-isto- r, usual time and when Bardsley was al ready known to the treasurer to be a The defaulter for over half a million. Republican treasurer and auditor-generaare jointly condemned for having conspired to pay Bardsley, December l Sent. 3. It, in nnmi. officially announced that Turkey's agree ment witn nusma arising out of the Moscowa incident will not affect the ex- ing treaties. OoNSTAKTINOI'l.E. accept an apology, but Minister Egan renewed relations with the government under threats from Senor Godoy that if Mr. Egan gave Balmaceda trouble they would send him aboard an English war ship.