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OGBEN DAILY COMMERCIAL. OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1890. VOLUME IV. NUMBER 20. OF RIMOK CLEVELAND'S 1NJHE DEATH. Court of Claims Finds Fourteen Thousand Cases on Its Hands For Consideration. Civil Service Commissioner lMosevclt nounce that Political Assewments Not be Paul by the De- - from a platform while being loaded on a car for s ipment. lie was 4 years old and had record of 2:15. The owners said tonight that they would not have taken 37",TOO for him. that the next meeting be held at AlleRING. BANTAMS gheny City, Pa. liefore the foreign society this after-nxn- , Jeu Hawk, a Chinese student of Drake university, sjioke in behalf of IN China ami it was decided to send him DIXON KNOCKS OUT MURPHY THIRTY-NIN- E to Canton. The society also determined ROUNDS. to largely increase the revenues for the certain coining year by apportioningstate. The Bantam Weights Meet in the amounts to bo raised by each Staid Old City of Providence. The Illinois Steel Company. Rhode Ioland. Chicago, Oct. 23. A special dispatch from Boston savs it was developed there After Having Keen I'linu'reifiiliy Pounded by , is of Ch; Q the World' Champion Bantam Weight. NEWS AT THE CA1TFAI Au- - w. v..,qk..i,w., ..,:.,,: ; n.ar In THE PRICE, FIVE CENTS. POLITICAL FIELD. G0YERX0R HILL CLONES OHIO CAMPAIGN. Honors to Vou Moltke. BIS Berlin, Oct. 23. The commers in honor of Von Moltke given by the stu- He Speaks at Massillon and MiUersburgr dents association this evening was atto Large Audiences of Demtended by 2,000 persons, including many ocratic Admirers. men prominent in military, literary and artistic circles. Emperor William has sent to Von Talks to His Scotch Moltke as a birthday present, a mar-s- h Over the Sen Gladstone About the Constituents Wrongs of all's silver baton embellished with the and Advocates the Ireland set with and diamonds. imperial eagles Chnuiplou Murphy nn,i Xew York for a controlling interest to Yield. Policy of Home Rule. in the Illinois Steel Company, and that partmcnt Cleik. The Express Companies. been had 23.--of stock some of his Pkovidknce, R. I., Oct. great Massilon, Ohio, Oct. 23. Governor Washi.n4.ton. Oct. 23. -- A rumor was mmlw ftl the purchases wlMnnoU8 tjgUres of 12T. Chicago, Oct- - 23. The traffic commit- Hill and club at Gladstone assembled crowd the party this morning went to current here this morning that There has been no demand for the tee representing all the express comcontest to witness the boxing tonight Millersburg, the county seat of Holmes dent Clevelaud died suddenly. Some company's securities for several months is session in hero considering today panies 8 to between the tailored lad, George Dixon, which is purely an .agricultural lJown a'V' said in New York, others in Washington. H,ui thlower. fJ'n8 V rate matters. One of the delegates said county, The Governor . were of bantam was greeted at the P ?ven champion tranters weight 'i.ht . npmnfthat Upon investigation toan it today that nere will bo no advance in country. enormous crowd and on an ;jiv-the and there was no basis for the story, and yesterday,to l2o, the depot by Mnrphy, world, young Johnny western rv br with one or two minor exto Potter s deal in jumped an informal held he tho hotel owing had arrival that the ... reaching a and a of adfor of rates Eastern are 2,000 Boston, purse, . ... i..r.v... ceptions. being litre ami m New 1 ork. It is said that with many hands shaking reception, the com- hundred capitalists back of the scheme are wager of 81,000 a side. Ban Coakley of vanced arematerially because for about two hours. people supreme court. When the story was the at the losing money present New York was refene. Dixon weighed panies After dinner he spoke at the village ailed to his attention he said: "ion all Chieagoans. rates. 1 house to fifteen hundred people, as never felt and opera llfi lH1. Murphy may tell my friends that pounds America. Spanish I do this at in than life many more being unable to gain admisStricken With Paralysis. better my Dixon drew blood from Murphy's face sion. The Governor devoted the greater Nkw Vokk. Oct. 23. The committee in time. Nfcw York, Oct. 23- .- Hon. B. F. Noble. the first round. After that the battle part of h is speech to the discussion of alTairs of the World's Co- was fast and furious for several rounds on foreign war old who the effects of the McKinley tariff on agof the governor Wisconsin, The Court of Claims. lumbian Exposition today adopted the with no particular advantage on either has been visiting relatives in Brooklyn, ricultural interests. Washington. Oct. 23. The annual re- plan sulMtiitted by Mr. Curtis, of the side. It! the tenth round 1(0 to ??Tk was stricken with paralysis today and "According to the Republicans," said on Dixon. He seemed to be fell down a of stairs. The "it is the miserable pauper labor of he, phyport of the court of claims show that state department, for the Spanish Amer- was offered tlight playing a waiting game and landed some sicians think he will recover. lauds which is competing with foreign the aggregate numlor of suits brought ican Bureau at the Exposition and ap- liard blows on Murphy's face and bod American fanner for his home agrithe authorwith him is ami agent, general pointed onding against the government while returns. dodging Aid Most of our agriculmarkets. cultural. at for a bureau Australia. establish to general about- IO.oiM und that war claim alone ity In the twelfth round Dixon com no more protection need , tural imv1v-inproducts now pending iiuitiJHT ;.Kut Washington. 23.London-counOct. The trades menced to get in his famous left hand from arc than the eledollars thousand hundred One foreign ap competition of four an cstimati-aggregate stomach blows while Murphy, whose left cil met today and resolved to raise from a mouse. lioard the needs, for this protection phant purpose by propriated hundred million dollars. was closed, seemed to lack strength. collection for Australia, The mere statement of exports and imif directors of the local commission at ' eye by pounds same thing prevailed in the next. j Chicago. The committee will request The meantime ports shows the bald absurdity of the Political Dixon punishing Murphy large societies in the two rounds, Presiden Harrison to detail otucers j on the It was McKinley conclusion that the damaging the white boy's loaningat money to avoid delay.14.000 Washington, Oct. 23. In reforeuee from the ami and navy to act as com- arms stamach,to while had foreign coiii petition in our home markets tho stated "meeting that lvi too short to inflict is tho cause of the agricultural depresT. the alleged activity in political assessmissioners to the several countries in dam appeared already been sent to Australia. igoon the champion. sion. ments especially on employes in Wash- Central and South America. In the fourteenth round. Dixon hit "The framors of the McKinley bill, . N10N SAILORS. four times while Murphy hit Murphy ington and Civil Service Commissioner after A HARD CITIZEN. pointing with horror at the alleged Blo.nl streamed down him once. Roosevelt today said: "There is not sCVHJ,(HH),!M.K1 worth of imported agriculthe slightest necessity for any clerk to Murphy's neck and Dixon continued to Shipowners in Eugianil Prepare for tural products, actually reduced the exor she wishes to. An Unfaithful Guardian in Trouble pound his stomach amid cries of foul oav nnvthing unless a Trial of Strength. left antouched isting duties on cabinet officer would We are sure and hissing. Over An Estate. one-hal- l' and increased the duties on 23. a of At meeting London Oct. the for ref us-t- o Little was done from this to the twenty-secpermit a man to lie moles-tein one which sixth, Oct. GiJEJiwoon proportion scarcely Colo., Sptmngs, fedof the shipping ond round except sparring for Sunderland branch contribute to a c unpaigu fund. We no sense are Fen cludes articles in that TTnifeil States Marshal Lonir wind. In the twenty-seconround eration it was stated that tho central ous competitors with American pro- will welcome ir. formation from anyone i as to anv effort Iwing made, no matter j brought in on the Rio Grande, this af- - Mnrphy landed a good blow on Dixon in London was arranging for duets. how indirectly, to fo-- c. him to subscribe tornoon, a prisoner named Milan LI. but received in return the most terrific authority This evening, in Massillon, the gova general lockout, should the sailors per- ernor for political puro-esyet landed. who resides in the vicinity of blow spoke in the rink and CongressFletcher, in hostile sist, attitude. their From this time on, Dixon pushed man of Illinois, in the opera i in countv him and the Springer, placed Rangelv, on this house. The Gazette The him ami says Shipping hard, Legality of the Tariff. Murphy smashing right been wanted has party starts for West Virby left and forcing him around the ring, subject: long jail. Fletcher "Should such a desperate tomorrow ginia morning in Senator Washington, Ov?t. -- J. Attorney Gen- the United States authorities. About while Murphy was too weak to intiict remedy be necessary the ship owners Briee's car. was private appointed punishment. Siill he pluckily responded will have no difficulty in making out eral Miller being questioned concerning tifteen ears ago Fletcher office United States tho pension by accase. can show on their their that bill of the to call the validity the They oftimeineach round. McKinley A Speech by Gladstone. of the estate of a decesised In the thirty-nint- h round Murphy, business is being ruined by the tyranny count of the omission of a clause relative guardian a of received soldier, consisting pension The prospect of London, Oct. 23. In a speech at. West bleeding and exhausted, was reclining of the new unionism. o tobacco, positively declined to dis- - from the government. of every trade, Calder today Gladstone referred to the federation immense the too "defend to the weak against ropes Instead of applying the funds to the himself, with Dixon showering blows remotely connected with shipping, has of the recent election as a foreof the heirs. i appears that Fletcher use convinced the ship owners that some- result unsecond when threw be manifeetedly improper to do so him, Murphy's upon in ptcketed jeverythin and skipped out. the sponge and gave up the tight, thing must be done promptly. It is cast of the triumph of the Liberals less it came to him in an official way. The authorities have been after him for i up advofriends sprang on the stage and pro-- J better to have a short, sharp, decisive the coming general elections. He Commissioner of internal revenue many years, and about three weeks ago His tested that h had not leen knocked b.ittle t V ; t V t" make a further surrender of ."one man vole" cated the Mason said: "It is not for me to say Marshal Tuong and another officer at the dictation of men who are as un- and shorterprinciple j out, but the referee would not allow lhe while his the but him at parliaments. home, whether or not the oinissiou of tin totyrannical. contest to proceed further. scrupulous as thev are it,',, K ..t it... bacco provision vitiates the tariff, iKMiig officers were sleeping he slipped out of i was terribly battered, while DixonMurphy Commenting ujon tho enormous power ut.i in: iiiinT ruiiiiuiin um uiilu ul i shows and manacles his officer of the escaped. executive the au govworkingmen now possessed, he said bo statement to are i that merely inquiries lie has been at large ever since until but little punishment. ernment. I must enforce it as I as to the practicability of a gen- it would be beneficial as judgment of started rind it. captured yesterday at his home by the eral laying up of vessels in the British great questions by the masses was more DISCONTENTED INDIANS. same officer. He is considered " a very schedule does tobacco the enlightened than "by the educated ck.sses. "Anyhow, ports. He would not venture a decisive opinion not take effect until January 1, 1801. so desperate man, although over years on the general eight hour bill until lie if congress desires to refund the 2 cents of age, and the officer thought it pru- Th hed.kins Preparing to Better On the Turf. saw a definite measure. a pound on all tobacco on hand when dent to handcuff him to himself iu bring- j Their Condition. Washington. Oct. 23. The third day's He was inclined to think eight hous the law takes effect, it has ample time ing him over. Fletcher has resided near .K City. Oct. 23- Thomas Knight, j races of the Washington Jockey club enough for miners. Speaking of the to legislate to that end.llangely for the past six years and n en No alarm whatever is felt here among gaged in ranching there. He has quite geological engineer of the Rock Island was between labor ami capital, he postponed nutu tomorrow on ac struggle urn said to said the friends of the McKinley bill as to the a family there, and his that has among the means workingmen some for months of rain. count railway, past select in order to strengthen to "The prece- be very handy with the gun. In conver- 'in 23. legality of its enactment. ought Oct. The track Lkxinoton, a Ky.. Indian making gcologiea! lawful combination was their dents of unnumbered years," and old sation with a reporter. Fietcher st; t d mirvovtiT tterritory position, " Five fur ' hp I'liiiiurv Id u. r;i votjoi I iv most valuable. and exjerienced employe of the house that he had expended all the pei.si-long Pennvroval won. Little Midget Tho bulk of what men have gained in said tH lay, "leaves no doubt that an er- money alluded to in the education and the Kock Island extension. He returned second. Blanche third. Time. 2:07. of the children, other contest with capitalists has been through eommh:sii raising or of expenses Milen, ror, whether omission and in an interview said an Pullman won. Consignee second, and he had not squandered any of it for today, m the enrollment of a bill passed by judicious combination. third. Time. 1:40. alarming feeling of discontent exists Cyer Mile and gress does not vitiate any part of the his ownof use. Labrador Indians of tho territory with twenty yards One the children, he says, is now among the Wauls a lice unt. measure except that part to which tije of their lands won. Royal Carter second. Nina Archer to the respect 'occupation a married has dead and ihe other, girl, error relates." 1:02. third. Time. Nkw York, 0.;t. 23.- - Mayor Orant, in by the whites. governAll ages, mile Major Tom won, Rose-miin- t Captain McGregor, chief of tho cus- and dropped outisofnotsight. The and who The Indians been have northern like toms division, recalls a somewhat simi- ment, however, forgetful, second. Catalpa third. Time, 1:50. letter to Secretary Noble appealing for for some time over tho up wrought him. now accuse rises to a recount of New York's inhabitants. lar case under tho wool act of 1S(7. tariff Banquo's ghost Maidens, mile and one sixteenth man that an of a prediction FlemDistrict United States of 2nd of Attorney tho which the date act lore Indian Christ is shortly to come among Mackin wots. Long Leaf second. Annie places all the facilities of the police March: but congress extended it" session ing is expected h re in a day or two and them and bv his inspired third. Time, 1:13. partmcnt at his disposal and urges, in leadership lead of the 2nd over to the 4th, so as a mat- the examination will take place before them in an irresistible crusade name of the people, that a new enthe against ter of fact tha bill was not signed till United States Commissioner If. P. Bon- the whites, has extended to this umeration of that city be taken. An Exphiiinliou. ternet, Jr., of this city. about noon of the 4th of March. r. ritory. and Mrs. I. N. Ciiicaw). Oct. A question arose as to whether the Alio ut a Woman. For mouths has there been passpast A Collision. 3d on should caused who the arrest the of Mr. and cargo that arrived pay Hay. various the tribes tokens and among ing San Antonio, Tex., Oct. 23. Informaduty at the old rate, as the bill was PoKTbAND, Oct. 23. A collision oc- signs that mean discontent and secret Mrs. Davis, or "Sophie Search," are now was brought here today of the killactually not signed until after its arrival, curred today between two freight trains plotting. There appears to me gravity living in this city. Hay having gone into tion or the new rate. ing at Blanco of William Knapp, a the situation which could not bo over- the real estate business. The case was carried into court, which on tho Union Pacific railroad at Fair-vie- in merchant of the town, by looked. To what extent prominent the Indians just He asserts iu an interview in the Robert near here. Engineer O'Brien was are consented to go Ivehind the public recwho was also a highly it. if Collins, war. war is to for le. Times that Davis and wife had but one killed and Fireman William I dopreparing ord, and take testimony of President instantly .The killing was the citizen. I know. not respected believe, however, to first was idea from last and to that Johnson himself as to when the act was Ileinsworth badly hurt. old an of result feud, which had its to lands with their that willingness part extort money. Threatening letters beA similar question will, of Collins was arwoman. a over signed. been has dictated by a desire to pur- came so annoying that Hay complained origin HE HAD LOST. course, come up in connection with the rested. accountrements chase of war with the to authorities. Hay and his w ife McKinley bill. A copy of the act which received from the sale of their arepostal and Davis claiming to A Turf Event. went to the president and was signed bv The Same Stale Old Excuse for money spiritualists, reservations." a be ho treated Mrs. healer magnetic him certainly bore the signature of the Mr. Knight made an exhaustive inthe Snicidinjr. Indkpknii:nck, la., Oct. 23. Hay. .vhen they came to the east came presiding officers of tho two houses of the phevestigation regarding reported , his the with wife on races Creigh-tonOct. New them, the great York, today, Allerton, Congress, certifying to its correctness. nomenal gold finds, and while he has coast until lie should remaining settled. get stallion with a 2:15 record, was a banker of 72 Broadway, was this found that It must now bo settled whether it be were small of tiads gold Shortly after they had arrived in sent to beat it. In the face of a strong lawful to go behind this certification found dead in his office, hav- made he is not of the opinion that gold Waterloo the first of the threatening wind he made a mile in 2:14, breaking and ascertain what was really passed by morning quautities'and letters came from Sophie, who had es- the ing shot himself during the night. The exists in any considerable record. the two houses. that most of the excitement is due tablished herself in Omaha, and accusbody was cold and rigid when found, says to salting and systematic booming by ing Mrs. Hay of leading her husband Sale of Semper Fidele. Scottish Rite Masonry. death having evidently occurred some persons who have land to dispose of. Davis was promptly dismissed, . astray. on a dead mau The before. hours lay but. the letters kept.on coming. Lkxinoton, Ky., Oct. 23.- - C. L. Ilailey Washington, Oct. 22. The Supreme sofa with a revolver with an empty Rain Mexico. in i of Council of the Scottish Rite Masons shell iu one chamber. Versailles, sold tho lilly, Semcr to W. Iv. Fletcher, for fl0,ooo. lav-seOctFidele, elected a of number to City ok MiJtico, At one side on the office table today gentlemen Seeing the Town. the J3d degree, among them being eral sealed letters addressed to his wife, storms have prevailed in Colima and Nfcw York, Oct. 23. Frod. Schaffer, a The Universalists. Col. C. A. Woodruff, and Capt. C. his partner, II. If. Brigham, and an open Vera Cruz during the past four days M. Rockefeller, U. S. A., Samuel W. letter addressed "To all whom it may and still contiue. g on his German, 'young way Rochkstkk, Oct. 23. Today's session Many small towns are Levy, K. II. Lloyd and D. D. Jackson, concern, which read as follows: "I flooded and all travel San to from Francisco comthe and Fatherland, of the Universalist Church Congress was California; II. II. Guthrie, W . C. Fowler, have fought a hard business battle and munication is interrupted.telegraph see, the town while waiting to w ith a discussion of the relathought M. W. A. made a square light, but lost. My have Montana; Kales, Arizona; for his vessel to sail. He made the ac- occupied tion of the Catholic church to the pubbrain has given way and now my body Roberts, Oregon. Along the Delaware Coast. quaintance of two young men who say lic schxls. Many papers are being submust go. Please break the news gently their names are William Walters, of Cin mitted. Bernhardt as Cleopatra. to my wife." Wilmington, Del., Oct. 23. The storm cinati. and Thomas Allen, of Far Rook-awaGeorge Crosby, the cashier, said: I left tonight throughout the state has not Paris, Oct. 23. Sardou's version of him Murdered by Indians. at the office yesterday afternoon 1878. The tides are These gentlemen drugged Mr. Schaf-fer'- s "Cleopatra" written for Sarah Bern- happy, and I have never seen anything been equalled since Sii.vkk City, N. M., Oct. 23. Two beer, and when he awoke his watch. very high and many small boats at Newhardt, had its first production this even- in his conduct to indicate that he was in castle were swept away. There is no ready money and letter of credit on a Mexican sheep herders were murdered ing at Porte St. Martin theatre. Every low spirits. As far as I know, his ac- communication with the breakwater. Hanover bank for 91,000 were gone. The and their bodies horribly mangled by available seat was occupied. The per- counts are all right. He had no finan- The wires are down. olice succeeded in arresting his quon- the Indians, a few miles from here. A formance made a profound impression. cial difficulties I think." The autopsy friends and Schaffer is hold as dam posse is in pursuit. The marvelous talent of Bernhardt was developed the fact that death was not witness. More of the Storm. dinnlftved to the greatest imsHible in can-- caused by a bullet, but by poison. A A Uaeei War. Another Convention. are, and she received a perfect ovation. large quantity of morphine was found in Washington, Oct. 23. A dispatch is stomach. the he It Her costumes were marvels, and the apparent that from Norfolk, Va., says that a terrilic Way Cnoss, Ga., Oct.'23.- - The fact reconucu annual so ine 1'iTTsucKo, swallowed much it that was effect of scenic the produced play general galo prevailed all day on vention of the American garding the trouble in Co:foe county are It was this that accounts southeasterly hemorrhage. grand. for the presence of blotxl in the suicide's the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay line Missionary Alliance opened at Allegheny-Cit- these: L. S. Varuo leased a lot of laud steamer Virginia had a narrow escape mouth, which created the impression from with delegates representing from the Way Cross Lumber Co., and The Canipbellites iu Convention. foundering. All telegraphic lines all thetoday, he had shot himself there. that leading seminaries iu the coun- commenced working it for turpentiue. Deb Moines, Oct. 23. The national along the coast are down. try. The same lot of land was soul by II. M. convention of the chureh of Christ met Fiorida's Population. A Valuable Horse Killed. Hitt to Tom Sears and the timber was A Derailed Train. this morning with the students of Drake Oct. 23. The census ofWashington, leased to F. M. Stoaks for turpentine Pueblo, Col., Oct. 23. The stallion Oct. 23. By the derailing of purposes. university, in chapel exercises. An in- fice today announced the population of Bkrlin, teresting programme being presented. the state of Florida as 300.345, increase Superior: owned by Dubois Bros., was a train at Hedwigsdorf today, two per- Ten days ago,Tom Sears ordered Varnes This afternoon the convention decided 120,842; or 44.88 per cent. accidentally killed tonight by foiling sons were killed and sixty injured. bands off the land. Varnes resumed ! Coin-polle- d A ex-Pres- i- uk ! i j - work this week, notifying Sears ho would submit otdy to legal process. Tuesday Tom Sears waylaid aud phot one of Varnes teamsters, fatally wounding him. Wednesday nfternoon Tom Sears, his father Frank Sears, Bryan McLendon, James Hendricks and others came to the house of Robert' Knight (colored), where several of Vame's colored eui ployes were stopping and commonoe A firing into the house. The negroes all ran except Knight and Welcom Golden, who returned the tire, killing McLendon und Hendricks and badly wounding FrankJSears. The militia arrived on scene last night but found everything now quiet and re turnedMr. arne was absent at the time and had no knowledge of thw affair until last night. He Protests Too Mnch. London, Oct.. 23. Mr. Balfour hai written a letter to the London Time in reply to Mr. Mor ley's Nov-- Castle speech.. It consi.-t-s mainly of quibbles, with refeienee to the Tipperary affair concluding vth a protest against Mr Mot ley's misrepresentation of his oppon cut s words. s - -- Architects' Convention. Washington, Oct. 23. At today's ne sion of the American institute of Archi tccts a communication was read from National Association of Fire Engineers, of the architects asking the in the matter of procuring nifu'onn tire ordinances. i g j '20,-00- Aenicits. 0 ; ; ! 1 . one-thir- ! d 23.--n.r- ntv d j I ! I I rl, I ! ; ; Ns - j ins , len ! j I I T j J J j Accident. named John J'oulton aeeidetit-allshot himself near Pay son, I'tah, on Thursday. He was riding a horse, carrying a shot gun. vVhile reloading the gun one barrel was discharged, blowing off one side of "his face and head. Some workmen heard the shot, smd in vesligating, found the dead body of tho boy still on the horse, with his brai:;s ooxing from the wound. ' Sad A A boy ( annul Fill It. Chkyknnk, Wyo., Oct. 23. O. N. Pot tor who was on Saturday last offered the appointment of associate justice of the supremo court of Wyoming to fill the vacancy caused by the rocignation of Willis Vandevanter, has declined to accept the position. The salary of the oftiee is to be fixed by the first Wyoming legislature, which convenes next month, and the uncertainty of the amount may prevent the office from being tilled until after the legislature meets. New Judge. Santa Fk. N. M., O.il. 23. John A. A. A Freeman, lately appointed lifth associate justice of the supreme court of New Mexico, arrived in the city and took the oath of office. Judge Freeman is a na tive of Tennessee. There ho servod three terms in tho state legislature iiiid in 1S72 was a candidate i'or governor on tho Republican ticket against. John C. Brown, Democrat. From 1S77 t 1SS.". ho held tho responsible position of a sistant general of ti e postHlieo depart ment of the government, at Washington. Strike. Disp itcher The train dispatchers of tho Union Pacific at Salt Lake were reported jc -terday on a strike. Just what the griek ance was could not be learned but yesterday morning at 0 o'clock Manager Restdguie, so it is reportod wan called up and infonueil that traics aoic waiting everywhere for onleiv. Being an old operator Mr. went to the ofiieo and sent out thlvs--igui- truiu-himse- lf. I j j i i 23.--M- four-year-ol- d oy four-year-ol- d le good-lookin- y. Inter-seminar- y y He Drowned Himself. Colfax, Wash., Oct. 23. Hnury Van-dernbor- who for tho past three yours was in the employ of the Union Pacific on the Idaho dirailroad as roadina.-te- r vision, committed hiiieido here, last night by drowning. He left a long letter tell ing that he was mad, ami preferred drowning to the asylum. He wrote a letter to Henry Dcplege, his most inti mate friend, giving explicit, direction" mm to where his Ixuly could bo found. A committee of Masons, of which he was an honored member, started oat to look for him. They found everything as was described in hi.-- i letter to Mr. De p'.egc Mr. Vnndernboig also had a nuin Iter of bridge contracts on the Missoula Pacific extension to the Northern through the Bitter Hoot range in Idaho. Hio suicide is deeply regretted by his friends. His life re mingly has Imhmi a happx one. Enforcing Prohibition. Torr.K.v, Kas., Oct. 23.-- - Governor Humphrey today removed the members of the lxard of police commissioners for the city of Leavonorlh, appointed by him one week ago, and appointed tho following now board in their stead: William Fairchild, president; A. Mc Gaio, secretary, and H. D. Callahan. When the governor appointed the re tiring lxard, a week ago, he supposed them to le resubmissionists and men who would enforce the prohibitory law by closing up the joints and saloons, which have been rvsnning openly for months." The first act of the board was to demand the resignation of the marshal, who had endeavoring tho best he could to do his duty and enforce law Lrist night the governor received "word of the apiointmo7it of a marshal who is a resubmission and . a pronounced whisky man, and he took prompt action in the premises. Leavenworth's public sentiment is strong against the prohibi tory law, and in consequence its euforce-iii'MU- , will be very unpopular and will cost the governor several hundred votes. Expect a Gok1 Yield. 23. Iu au interview to Oct. Paris, day, O'Brien said that his party had been assured that the American tour would yield sutficieuf funds to last until the general election.