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   Salt Lake Daily Tribune and Utah Mining Gazette (Newspaper) - April 22, 1871, Salt Lake City, Utah                                LAKE DAILY TRIBUNE AND I 3VT LAKE CITY U SATURDAY made a statement in behalf of VOL I JifrriJKEirs ifnvoa the nmcc three P nlj HuntMivillj i Silver returning x JUDHQ STAGES fur Opliir Eiist ocktoti mid daily at 700 r t stegfld KINGS TELEGRAMS a rayon raiifor Tuesday and Friday nil Tliu Arrival anil Closing of Mails ARRIVALS Tlirongli mail daily Ogden Echo City and Morgan dfiily il and counties Tueadav mail daily West Jordiin anil Herrlman county Tuesday Thursday Urntitaville Saturday Idaho Montana Oregon and Washing ton Territory daily Local Uavis and Box Eder counties daily Oichc coimly Monday and IteSO llich conaty Thursday South and all intermediate oftices St Ueorso and alternate Saniiete coimly Tuesday Thnrsdsy catunliy tailfield and Cedar Valley Friday Tlirotigli mall daily Osden Iorgau cotmty Echo Ciiy anil daily 9 Eiunuiit and Wasatch cuuntieB Monday and Wednesday 9 u TTeitCallrornli anil Nevada Through mail Local West Jordan anil Itiurstiav Tcoele Stockton and Orantsville 5Ion day Heclnesjayanrtri Idaho Montana Washington and Oregon daily Davis and Wcbor counties daily Box hlder connly dally 130 Cache county Wednesday and Satur day Cl illniore and all intermediate offices Vl St ueorge and Arizona alternato taupeto Jfonday Wodcesday anil today i rairfieM niul Cedar Vy Wednesday In the Conk hng and Davis were appointed to wait upon the President and inform him that unless he had some commu nication to make Congress was ready to adjourn All bills and petitions onthe table were referred to appro priate committees West introduced a bill incorporating Louisiana Kan sas and New Mexico H R Re ferred At the Senate went into czcutive session Reopening at 2 oclock the committee to wait or the President reported that he had no further communications to make Anthony President pro tern then de clared the first session of the 42nd Congress adjourned sine die In the House a message was re ceived from announcing its agreement to the Conference report on the Ku Klus hill and the passage of concurrent resolution for final ad journment Poland presented a re port of Conference on the Ku Klus bill It wjs agreed to by a party yeas 93 nays 71 Concurrent re solation for adjournment and appoint ment to wait on the President passed Messrs Dawes Maynard and Ely were appointed Beck offered a joint resolution asserting the power of the House to make or withhold appropri ations to carry out treaties requiring appropriations of money Passed suspension of rules Butle Senator Davis from K who he said had bern so foully denounced by member from Maa After recall the of tV contiovers between Bavin and Biiter Bee said that when had leave to spaak tocUy m reply to question of Beck he bad stated tha he would not assail the Senator fro and on that statement the mem bers of the Democratic side voted KivingJiirn privilege I did not be lieve wbat be said therefore vote no He hurled baol the assertions that the Senator froii had been guilty of falsehood He never did wilfully tell a lie ant no man before ever accused hira of it W hen the member said that the Sena tor was shielded by bis age and tha lie did not seek proper redress only to say that while the Sena tor is neither a bully nor blackguard member can get from him any the redress outside thiTh else Mr Beck went Butler of not bein or anywhere on to red g anxious to ask afte OFFICE IIOUKS Gecoral Delivery open from S to C p m to Money Order nnd Registry Department open from aia loA door open from G lum to 0 p ni J M MOOHE IVt Office Jail Lake UAILY TJtAJKS Leave Salt Lake City at 5 and Arrive at Osden 7 and LeaTe Ogden atS and Arrite at Salt Like City and JccoraniodatiDn Trains leave Salt Luke City daily except Sarrdny at from tho East IVcst Arrire Close for the East Mest Delivery from S a m tuO on Sunday frcra 1U USIIKD STATES OFFICERS FOR DTATI L Woods Oregon A lllack Utah Chief 1 McKean NewYork Associate F Mid ant C M Hawloy 111 T Patrick Nebraska V 3 IT Hempdtfad Cal C OlemenW lud Receiver of B Overtoil Pa Laud 11 Maxwell Register of Mich U S P Tag V S J llollisti a personal explanation relative to the scene which occurred in the Senate between himself and Senator Davis of Ky Assuming that Davis account true he left it tothe judgment of I the House and all just men which of the two had acted the part of the courteous gen tleman and which the part of the blackguard Davis was shielded from responsibility by his age and Sena torial toga and thus shielded and protected he had indicted the effluvia of his revenge after the most hightoned manner of chivalry Icr referring to assaults made upon bis Character defended himself from various charges made against him citing reports of investigation of some of these charges He accused Earns ress He had seen Farnsworth shake nig fist in his face denou him in every way until I had to say to other members of the committee standing around that I did not think a white man would take it withoot a nght and that decent negroes in iork State would light roarious decisively It account of his extreme age perhaps Shouts of to Farnsworth ilew not a white man is the time over it up worth Globe of having published in the speech not delivered and TERRITORIAL OFFICEfiS Delegate to Win IT Hooper Zernhbaljel Snow 7 C T Auditor Wm Clayton Jack Superintendent of Common Schools Robert SALT LAKE COUSTT OFFICERS Probate Tndje Smith Kenlien Miller Isaac M Stewart David Brimon at S K Prosecuting Attorney Z Snow Assessor and Collector K J GoMin Treasurer Theodore AIcKean County Clerk E W East County Kecorcier D Woollcy School Superintendent Robert L Campbell CHI OFFICEES Daniel H Weils lit Municipal War aa Samcel AY 3rd A 11 Ealeigh Itti Jeter Clinton 5lh A C Pyper CocsciLOKS K T Enrton TlicoJirj McKean Jen kins P llcnrv Groiv John Clark ThoniKS JlcLellaud Jylia Winder Lewis Campbell A Sctiettler D T McAllister Auditor of Public Campbell and Winder Scpervisor of Groo W Vx Park J E teaier of W eigttts and atnan ir Cajnain Hurt TYarer Groo laspemor of II Saleigh WooJ anil C Little Quarantine Clinton Chief Firti D T Board of Examining W F Anderson J S Ormsby Clinton Ciry Market Butt Taylor Stock J Fanst asjerratendent Insane Asylum and 5iroivre McKean Insane Asylnm and Mu 3d 3rd icipal Kitsr Samuel Tnrnhoiv Gideon II C Gluts highly slanderous to him By that act JParnsworth had put himself out of the rule of civilized warfare and hereafter he would never consider that gentlemans pen or tongue a slander upon anybody certainly not on himself A bill for a now land district in Nevada waa passed Farnsworth replied to Butler say ing that it was too late in the day for that gentleman to put on airs aad profess a rule of nonintercourse He trusted that his jTarnsworths great age had nothing to do with such non intercourse as was suggested in refer enco to theSenator from Kentucky In reference to the investigation of the management ef the National As ylum for Disabled Soldiers he com plained that the Committee had not actedfairly in refusing among other things to require the treasurer But ler to produce his bankbook which would show that hehad constantly on hand some one hundred to one hun dred and fifty thocsand dollais gov ernment money kept in his own private bank in his own name and with which he speculated But ler made the point of order that this was an attack on him and not a per sonal explanation and at the request of the Speaker specified the language used by the Speak er pronounced unparliamentary and called the order Farnsworth was allowed by a vote of to proceed in order He then referred to the sale of a piece of property in Hampton for the Na tional Asylum the property having been owned bj having been transferred by him to his brotherin law HHdreth to cover appearances and said that if that transaction and the testimony given by Butler before the Commission on Milita ry Affairs last session were before any petit jury in the United States it would convict and perjury That was allhehad to say Butler defended himself from the charges of Farnsworth andread from the report of the Committee of Inves tigation exonerating him from any siispicion of misappropriation neglect or misconduct In the course of fur ther remarks he said he would not again ba drawn into a controversy on the subject What was the usBj he of investigations and reports exonerating men from all blame when such exonerations were made only the foundation for fresh charges and fresh calumnies direct from hell in the Chaplaio otoughton member of the commit tee on military affairs of the last House defended the action and report oi the committee on the National Asylum investigation and repeated the statement therein tcafc there was not a particle of proof that Butler had misappropriated a dollar of money At this time the hammer of the Speaker fell and he announced that the first session of the House of Representatives 42nd Congress was adjourned without day Paris reports of 20th state that Uombrowski claims his troops have retaken several positions capturin considerable provisions and some pris oners He asks for ren Okolowifcs iolds Asnins m spite of all attacks The battle continues Ihe Commune retires from office and a new election is to be lield at once Ihe MoldOrilre condemns the Com mune for suppressing various journals 1rom Versailles it a announced that Marshal Canrobert is there and the men of the Imperial Gcard under his command up to time Liu surrender arc on their way to Ver sailles The fire of the insurgents is gradually slackening England has not asked Prussia to interfere between the French government and insur gents It is rumored that meuts have been made to enable the Government to pay Germany at once aOO million francs indemnity due on the first instant The Masonic Banquet The 10 THE EARL DE GBEY LORD TENTEKDEN errand AND The choir san ang Syne r the a re cess was ordered by the Grand Sta ler and all the brethren formed in puiceasion and around by the JMst and were eaoh introduced in ilividuailv o B Giand JUste After this was over all descendedto the large Music Hall which was used on this occasion as a room the tables were set ontr for dred and seventy guccts THE K irl by P o M R aviated by Deputy Gemge Clarke and G Larqfr Soon By that time the current Duilders and cipitaliss are a tares of the Government should and pared to invest in nanow probably will be reduced includin for to Then tho wholesum to be annually met exclubivu of any pjv meut of the piinoipal of the debt Here one hun was handsomely decorated with Amer ican and English the cen ter ot the Bast waa suspendedthe banner of he Royal Arch Chapter representing the banners of the four principal tribes of Israel Judali Reuben Ephraim and Ban This was surrounded by St Georges cross and American on the left of thia was a of Queen Vic toria and one of George Washington Immediately opposite on the orcheatra gallery was sus pended a portrait of B French and on the north side wail was alarge photograph of EarlDe Grey Tie tables were arranged in a hol ow square around the hall the head being in the east end of the room and on an elevated platform where all could see the honored After full justice had been done to he viands all who were not Master Masons in good standing retired and a table lodge was and he wines and dessert introduced The Grand Master then short peech rehearsed the objects which hadcalled them together and called ipon the Grand Secretaryto read he responsesto the aent a State Grand not e present At the conclusions the eading of these letters then eated and r THE REOTJIARTOASTS fere read by the Grand with j ppropriatc introductory remarks the rst being The Queen of Grca Brit The announcement of oast was followed by rauaic this tbe the r eeeption and banquet at the Masonic Temple last night of the Grand Lodge F of this in honor os Earl Be Grey Grand Master of the Grand lodge of F M of England was one of the most brilliant and eleganten tertainments ever given in this The occasion was one of great interest to Masons it being the only time an English Grand Master has been among them A resolution was adopted at the Grand Lodge meeting on the 8th ultimo that a committee of sevenmem bers be appointed to take the neces sary measures to extend to the Earl De Grey as Grand Master of the Eng lish Masons a suitable The invitation of the Grand lodge was accepted bythe Earl and invita tions were also tendered to lord Ten terden of the Commission and Styleman Ic to the English legation Sir John MaoDon ald and Sir Stafford of the Commission which invitations were accepted Invitations wove also ex tended to the Grand Masons of all the States in the Union who together uufcla Enclish guests were the only The Grand lodge was sis oclock laat evening in ample form and after the routine business was over the distinguished were escorted to the room and received with the proper Masonic honors Grand Master Stansbary welcomed Earl Be Grey iu a few appropriate re marks and the in response said he esteemed itmost fortunate not only for himself but also to the Masonic interests in both countries that there should be a closer union between the Masons of the United States and those j vrOQ save the Queen and by three hearty beers ending tiger The ext was TLe Presidentof the United Itates music The Siar Spangled ianner all rising The next was Theliealth of his Lprdsbip the Earl e Gray and Eipou Grand Master of England The band thenstraak up Kule and after loud beering the Earl do Grey rose and esponded in a model address in the aurse of which ho said I believe lat all true Masons are inspired by 10 warmest feelings of patriotism nd that this feeling is among eoplc better exemplified than iu imarican and English nations he cheering that followed this was uite enthusiastic and The Growth of Public Credit St Petersburg dispatches published bis morning state that a moneyed ouse in that city sends a subscrip to Boutwells new ve per cent loan accompanying the ame with a solicitation for an agency o negotiate for the sale of the new nds The five per cents cover With thia ust taken at StePetersburg the sales dot up about and we presume the whole amount will be ta ken before the 4thof July In 1859 or I860 Buchanans Secretary of the was compelled to a small loan of ten millions at the high rate of 12 per cent and he could ob tain no better terms thongh the pnb lic debt then was almost nothing Nuw by the vigor of the nation in pay ing off nearly onefifth of the great debt in less than aix years tbe Secre tary of the Treasury finds ready takers in Europe at five percent and will find just as ready takers at four and four and a half per cent when all the fives are sold Throughout all the markets of the continent onr sis per cents are worth more than British consols and white France could not sell worth offive per cents for more than to raise the indemnity cash due Germany the United States finds takers of five per cents at gold par even inremote Russia herself in the london market for a loan not one quarter as large as ours and finding purchasers indoubt about investing The statement we made yesterday of the national finances favorable as it was was short of the whole truth upon the present tables of of April 0613OwJUtj of the public debt unpaid about 1 bearing interest By that time the new loan of 000 will all have been floated and then pur interest payments will be as follows wonli he but which is less than was paid out last year on all accounts and less than will have been col lected fromall sources for the year ending January lat 1872 Union 10th Peace and War The following dispateliea were read by lleprcaentative Bturfy of Mississip pi in the course of his recent speech JACKSON April Hon A States and Hons G 1 Harris J 1 Mor phis G and b of the House the government should be led astray reckless statements published in Northern newspapers on the informationof responsible parties and by other mis representations rfeel it my duty as you before me the omcialreturns the Auditorsof Public Accpnnts of the inquest claims pre sented andallowed Mississippi for the laat twelvemonths government 1870 they number 62 for twelve months of civil government endin March 1871 they number precisely the same the whole including the transition in theponui to law the civil power has been fully as succeasful as the bayonstin protecting life In the lastisix months of each of the two years under comparison the number of murders thus shown was as Under military governmental where as the number under civil government waabut 19 While we thus see the mihfary rule goes on in an increase of crime which points to the presump tion that it would lead to anarchy we see the civil on in s decrease vernor of this Slate to bring under ur knowledge the following of crime which points to the presump tion absolute repose I speak my own Signed J i Gov of JACKSON April 3 To Han A Aaiea United States Sen The auditors books show 51 killed from March 1 1869 to March 1 IStO and S3 killed from March 1 1870 to February Reports of inquest on many known to have been killed since January 1 1871 received by the Auditor Na tional Troops were sent to Meridian after the riot was over JACKSON April 4 To Hon A Ames United States Senate Auditors books show killed last three months January 11 Febru ary 14 March 23 Auditor states at least lj more killed in March not officially reported South Carolinia is in a deplorable condition Plantations unoccupied by their owners are taken possession of by tbe negroesand the houses occupied and will The latter not leave pay no rent when they are Annual Interest On ato per cent 000 000 On 41 per ceot 13 300 000 On S700 at 4 per cent 000 On at 6 per cent 000 Total bidden and as they have no money it is useless to attempt legal proceed ings against Furthermore they will not work if they can help it Hundreds of planters say they will not again pay the unjust taxes that are now extorted from them They even threaten armed resistance unless some change for the better takes place Tke negroes would have given us no trouble if they had not been subjected to the evil influence of the incendiary carpetbaggers who are fattening at the peoples expense This is no over drawn picture of our condition and I think the people of the North ought to know how much we suffer It costs more than the net proceeds of a crop at present prices to run a plan tation and land has constantly to be sold at a sacrifice to meet the taxes When the land is all gone we shall be cast penniless upon the world Narrow Gauge Railroad We present below some interesting rievra and statements of two of our California cotomporaries the Alia and Zxammer They are pertinent to our is receiving just that tention from parties interested in min ing matters The Narrow Gauge will probably be found the most practicable style of so far as branch lines are for the transportation of our minerals The subject of narrow rail roads after a thorough ventilation has receiyed the endorsement of railroad iOwpre auge roads we may oxpect to see a mesh of them over the country A paity cf Eastern capitalists have decided t build if it ahall be found a nairongauge railroad from San Fianeiseo down the coast to Santa Ciua San Luis ObUpo Ssuta San Buenaventui a and los Angeles and from there to tbe Color ado River A surveying prrty of about twenty E 2sT Robinson Esq Civil Pngiaeer start ed from this city a few days since to survey the route They had arrived at Point San Pedro yesterday and will push the work through ae rapidly as possible Of the of building the read there aeems to be no doubt There will be but little grad ing required between here and los Angeles as the roadwill keep close to the beach most of theway down Innumerable valleys will thus find an and without doubt the road will have all it can do to transport the dai products grain hides timber which will b ed trust the report of tbe En gineer will be such that it deemed advisable tocommence work of construction at once Narrow gauge roads are proving a SJeat success in Ihe mining districts of Roads have recent ly been constructed of two feet six inches gauge where engines are used pf less thari eight tonsy which attain a safe speed of twenty miles an hour A report made to the Massachusetts legislature on the subject of these roads thus sums up their running ad vantages Most of our roads of small traffic and difficult operations transport more than twice dead or unpaying weight as be required jiiidcr the regime of the narrow gauge An ear 6f the broad 4 ft S gauge weighs nearly ten tons while a 4wheeled car of the narrow gauge weighs three tons and carries a bur den of six tons The actual ratio of unpaying to paying loads on the Pes tpiiog road is one to four whih that of roads of four feet and onehalf incli gauge is as about one to one ilr Fairlie of worldwide rcputa ii me DMTJD SIAIES Orricit S n Nolle 1 Klven thut Termoij Df Otuli line tlic cation of 1 tl in ooo m rocl ii pramiui iplMrnming In md ml iltl mining liMn Inc rrl LMTK UTVII n in iltiHln K Uirc r 1 v J rY nolim an to wif lode being di lod being 200 feet from llmwMonp momim it llio inn nl No III Srutliorh Big Lirle Aorlktulirly Ironi Jiscorer BliHIt two fs k ITd tar iiim claim Ubonnded on ilio Hie claim dun nnd on by Joliainm lodo ami n claim of K Kicu Tr a dUgram J HIM nnd rdinp to tlio tile prcmircf tuftiiiLbor and improvoimius tliereoii less thnD OSK THOUSAND DOLLAI nd iid rtliur nol of actliiil D will i apply r a nrvey r a putciit MIIIP uudcr tin gmntiiiB the oi tho ulilic lands Jnly SC 1S66 unrl approved July 1S70 t of Caiijroi ay to liVch for ill foi 1 tionasii mechanical illus trates tins excessive disproportion ry the we send a gallon measure to carry a And there is nearly an equal difference in the effect ol wear and tear with the two gauges the wheel percussion differ ing in a geometric ratio More than this the cylinder power of a locomo tive undoubtedly increases in some ratio inversely to its increase in weight partly because more useful effect is derived from the fuel burned m smail boilers partly because the low driving wheels have greater leverage upon the load and partly for other ap parent reasons In thin connection there may be some force in the com parison of the pony with the horse the smaller animal will pull more in proportion to his weight than the larger The cost of hauling a ton of goods over a narrow gauge road may be safely reckoned at less than onehalf the cost of hauling the same goods over a road of common gauge NOTICE OX Persons Cutting Timber on Gov ernment Lands NOTICE Is hereby given to uli mnom who biivo leou trespasHirig upon L Uf bj timber of any kind willi bren u n ovur llio pnhlic approved Tilly a ct tnm piiroved July 1 tico lie ill iht Tiunnii i tbe location of the nlahn OEO K tISTEI STiTKS OvHCE SALT LAKK CITIUTAH Febnmvy police ishereby given that wo Inlieii Bmi Jobn H Bollins nnj Jolin M Mooro iclaira three thonsanaTeet in leiiKtli ly unu dred feet ia width oa s silver bearing vein of rook in anil land and premises to situated in the Piooner mining iJistrict cuiiuiv of Beaver and Territory of IJmh tlw and extent thereof being more fullydccribeij is wit Being dfuen bundred northwesterly and filieeii linniirud somir fmm the center o tlie in said hundred feet in width Tlic dis covery sliaft is located about fifteen feet from a cabin situated a lurge spring Adrain leading lioin spring crosses the lode immediately north Of where a road crosscsit leading to Ihe dis feel from the drain shaft about seven hundred and fifty the south boundary A branch of crosses the lode a few feet south of discovery shun The lode crosses the summit of a ridge about three hundred and eightyfive nonhwcslerly from the discovery liUi set forth in the diagram and we do hvrcbv notice that haying occupied uui improved said lode and prcniiaes mg to the local customs and rules of miners in district andhaving expended in actual labor and improvement thereon n amount not less than one THOUSAND DDL and having at this time actual peaceable session of saiArnining propcriv we will for a survey and plat of saic premises aul Mooro hi oore hi FHAXCIS A HOFFMAS Jlegiiter ilijiiieiit ihororoi m of Rcoeiier Nov bere tolor imbliihed m tbe Salt Herald Ihoie failing to comply will tin notice will be proceeded agHint in accordance with per circular Dec 24 1855 tbo said untrue 4 1S7U to C1 criminally P on e GEO R MAXWELI Itsglitor G U OViatTOIf and as amended by Act of proved July 9th 1870 Witness our hands and seals this second of February 1871 Julicn Bausman per John fact John H llollins per k Attorney in fact Joha M Moore Attest II KOIIKIITSON I certify hat the above notice ivas this diy gether with notice of inienLion to apply for H urrey anil plat thereof from Ihe Surveyor Ueneral a patent therefor from the Gov ernment of the United Stales as provided in an act of Congress entitled An act granting tue right of way to ditch and canal owner over the public lunde and for other purpocs approved July 26th J806 and as amended bv of Congress approved July 9th 1870 I hereby direct egid notice be printed in the SALT a newspaper published nearest the location of the claim Gio R MAXWKIL Kegister MILLS IN 1852 ARMES Importers Jobbers and MANUFACTURERS OF Wood IWillow Ware WKINOEKS SrySTfiiS TEN ASD BAUA ETC ETC VSD U1ME1CAL HouseFurnishing Goods BDIECT IMPORTERS OP IJEHiCAN AND KKBBfCH t S F Peremyian Jfatcli Companys Matches American Net and Twine Companys Twines Boston Mills Tv mef J C Companyg Pishiog Tackle tlollingswortb and Paper WKBS Clothed Wringer K Onswoltl It Conipinjs feather Busterj C McLHUgbliob BmsbeH uorstoclc is tbe largelt on the Pacific Coast and onr facilibe for manufacturing and imnorriVi en Lie to sell at lonest prices FOll CATALOGUE 315 Saeramtata mjiaay Limited WILL PURCHASE At the followingNET rates er Ion perCentAsMy Value g 300 flocj 80 700 81 800i 83 t I 1000 83 clmrgo for Milling or Asa tocprrflspoml with U p Mint returned to Shippers free Oreif Bhttery or Crunber ofSlupper No bj F F 03BISTON GLASGOW IRON METAL IMPORTING CO Bar and Sheet Iron Boiler Plater and Tubes Gas Pipes An vils Cast Steel And offer tlie trade on liberal term Aliat of jiixes ef Tribant ORDIRS SOL   

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