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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                Part First Pages 1 io 8 TOL 160 SALT LAKE CITT UTAH SUNDAY MOKiS TjSTe APRIL 13 1890 PRICE FIVE CEKTS JSENATOR CULLOMS DOSE Heroic Remedy for the Desperate Mormon Disease lAfi IRONCLAD OATH PRESCRIBED Alders nnd Abettors of Crime Excluded Aom the Utah to JEnJIut Indiana in the Washington News LAKR TKUJUNK Htroot WASHINGTON n April 12 18ftO Oullmris bill disfranchise Utah fi rnmisure fts flrjft provides that no person committing oer fspecified offnnses fihall either vote servo as a Juror or bo ejected to or hold any civil olllce in Territory The second section provided the oath to be taken as followm being duly nworn or dopofio say that I am overSl years of age that I have residfid irt the of Utah for the six months last past and in this precinct fora month r preceding tlio date hereof that 1 urn a native born or mituralizod the cusft may citizen of the United Stales tliat rny full name is that 1 am ycarH of ag rny place of bus js that I arn n married or single man the name of my lawful wifn is thatI wili support the Constitution of the United States and will faithfully obey thft laws thereof that I will especially obny the nets orConguess prohibiting polygamy bigamy un lawf ui cohabitation lucent adultery and forni cation that I will not licreaflnr at any thrift within any territory of thf United States while said acts of Congress remain in force in obedi ence of any alleged revelation or to any counsel advico or command from any person or source or any circumstances enter iuto any plural or polygnmotiB marriage or havo or take more wives than one or cohabit with more than one I will not at any time hereafter Jn violation of said acts of Con directly or aid or abet counsel or advise any person to take or havo morn wives than oim or to cohabit with nmro than one woman or commit Incest adultery or fornication that I urn not a bigamist or a polygamist that I polygamously with persons of the x and that I havo not boon convicted of tho oilonses above and that I arn not a member and do not to the ulfl or enconrugemjtit o any order organization nrsociuty which teaches advlsw Miconragos or aids any person to enter into bigamy polygamy or such patri archal oV plura coles Uu I which teaches ov advises that any such law as aforesaid Is not Hiipnuuo or that any such revelation on the sub ject of ftuch marriage Is paramount to any such law or any of Mio doctrines tenets teachings or Instructions of which or of alUgcid revelations to require encourage advise authorize or instruct any person under any circumstances to into or practice thft relations oC bigamy or plural patriarchal ot oflfetial inWriage ory in which thu r cirfinoniis of bigamous polygamous plural l fircilosthl marriage is or provided for in which any person in any way assisted allied or abetted In live of nny suoh mar ringo orfiin which nny person partlcinfaing hi the or cnrornonies of any marriage is bound to sccrecy regarding tho same uaclor any with obligation covenant penalty or prom A HANDSOME TKSTfMONI April Associated At the White House at norm tho President in a brief speech presented a costly gold medal to Joseph Francis voted by Congress in recognition of his services in tho construction and perfection of lifesaving appliances Tho modal is of pure gold weight over three troy pounds is four inwhoi dlamiitor and contains worth of pure gold lie total cost exclusive of duslgn was over TUB rACIPIC irUNDINO Ttio House Oomirnttco on Ttailroads to dav further considered thnSontito Iacillcrailroiul funding bill boginning with section ti tho llrst soctlon relating to Jontral Pacific Although hut this one section of bill was gone over this morning the result was substantial iu tho way of progress toward a conclusion of the entire sub loot us this section contains the principle upon the dobr will ho adjusted Considerabl discussion at ohirnctoriwd the pvooetui those lucmbfrs who had homtoforo opposed the Central Pacillc bill again iiullspo fiilion to agroe to thn provisions of the Senate bill relating to that railroad A proposition was car ried to otmngo thn phraseology of tho sectloivto conform to the first seotion relating to tho Union Vacitlo Then the qimsiion of inttirost on tha titlit up The Miction Hxus that at J per and i motion was mado ntul Uifoatecl to make this per to with tho liiiiou Paoilo provision A motion to strike out thf paragmph allowing a robam of l por cent of the inlorftsl which Is to ho capitaltzetl for ton years nlso defeat rtl It was agrwil that the M bill hy which is now prococUlng sUail roganlcd ns preliniinarv and wlnMi th ronis up in iMHiroty each member a veto again on any proposition to iriakc further changes nml upon itill as a TRKATtKS 11ECO fliH ohiiirmnn the Coinnitttoc on Foreign Affairs introduced i the House tJio following resolution Rewind That In tho opinion of this Honsp olostuconunorcla rulitions with other States on tbtf Anuuioan covitinont would Iw if mutual fttivantage and thn Mouse would view with favor reciprocity modifying tho dntios upon peculiar products of tho diiToroiii countries by tarilT concfsslons on both sides conducive to iii aaocl intercourse and mutual profit widening of markets for tho products of all tho of the friendly relations oVthts country with its neigh IMTOItTANT Jn the case of K K Splier and others against the Northern Pan tic involving a tract of land within tho corporate limits ot the town of Spo kuno Falls Secretary Tsoblo has directed A hearing to had to determine the status ot tho liuul in liiestion nt tho tlato ot the detlnlto loca tion of tho railroad The right of the othor clnim avts ho says oi bo bettor settled after the claim of tho company has been determined It is said thftt them about live hundred residents upon the land which with the improvements is valued at sevoral hundred thousand dollars A COURT Tho subject of tho adjudication of the numer ous laud claims in and New Mexico which there has been so much orintroversy nnd in which not much doubt exists as to tho rightful owners has engaged tho serious tion of Comnutteo on 1rivato Land Claims during tho session of Congress AS a result of their deliberations tho commiWoG today agreed upon a bill to establish a United Btntes Land Court and provide for judicial Inves tigivtion and settlement of these claims in tho two Territories This court Is to consist of a chief justice and two associate justices who shall hold terras annually at tho capital of Colorado and at the capitals of thotwo Territories and in ington D when necessary TWO BANDIT3 SSECUTEO AorillS Two bandits who kidnaped Seilor Alzalu last year wove executed today INDIANS POU TUB SecretarjProctor has submitted to tho Interior ft proposition to enlist 1000 Indians In the regular army It Is proposed to oftlcer tho reKiments with from West Point the grades to be filled by pupils who been educated at eastern military schools details of the plan have not vet boeh fully matured but it is the opinion of the Secretary the Indians cnn be received into tho regular sepalate regiments both to their own Uigfo and that of tho Government jthe Railroad Diftereiices negotiations were In progress between reprosen tatlvea of tho Gould party and the Vanderbilts and theWestern railroad wero in a fair way of Jlnssell Sage states the reports are true and he believes everything will soon bo settled The negotiations are being carried on by telegraph direct with Jay Gould HUNTINGTONS SCHEME Tho Magnates Plans Shown Up in Court NEW YORK April Kan Francisco Chronicle was a great array of counsel before Judge OBrien in the Supreme Court today upon theopcningof the railway JawKiiit involving many millions of dollars ami which has already given rise to much preliminary litigation Jt vas tho suit brought by Homw of the stockholders of tho Houston Texas CerUrnl Railroad Company in which C P is the principal defendant against the Central Trust Company of New York and Th complaint alleges thatat the time plain tiffs become in this Houston Texas Central Railroad there wero mortgages on the road but it was specially provided in those mortgages that there could bo no foreclosure for nonpavrnent of interest but only for nonpay rnentof principal the latter not being due until IS1H The company owned acres of land some of whichhas since been sold for enough per acre it is claimed If all were sold to wipe out the mortgage indebtedness Some of the de fendants brought a foreclosure suit in Texas and rnwimvlille got up a reorganization scheme between the bond holders and tho South ern which he controls while he was like wise controlling director in the the Houston Texas Railroad In his opening in court yesterday oxJudgo nittnnhoofor stated that this amounted to Mr In the name of the SonUioni Pacific Company agreeing with Mr Huntington who controlledtho mortgage Mr Hunting ton controlling director of the Houston it Central thai sis soon as this reorganization agreement was made the defenses to the fore closure suit would bo withdrawn and tho fore closure bo made BUTTES DEMOCRATIC TOUGHS THEY GO THE MISSISSIPPI PLAN ONE HundrorlM of Illoffal VotorH KepuhUcun CliallonKors MurdorouHly Jiloctlon to Mo Carried byVloloiico 1 BOTTK 12 Special to THE city election to bo held Monday next promises to bo tho most exciting contest ever kimwu in tho history of Hutto In accord ance with thu law tho city registration books worn open again today for correction ot errors and to givo persons not heretofore registered an Opportunity to do so At tho close of the registration books eight days ago it was generally conceded that tho parties were about equal although tho Democrats had believed themselves to be largely in the majority At that lime thoro wore voters registered Since tho nominations wore mado tho Republican have been growing in favor and tho chancoHfor the election of the Republican noinl noo for Dr LeavUt aro constantly im iprovlng For tho past tbroo or four days tho DomooTrttfi have havo boon unusually active duo It is Relieved to instructions to wiu tho city election at all hazards Tho pro ceedings today show that they intend doing this rooms havoboon filler all layby raon who aro not residents oC tho city principally employees of largo mining companies on tho hill whoso managers are Democrats Tho city and county government Is Democratic and no order is maintained It soonbecame evident that these illegal registrations wore bound to boraado This afternoon A A Lewis the Republican challenger objected to Uio registration of a man personally known to him as a nonrosidont of tho city The man resented tho challongo and imme diately Miloa Finlan late SorgeantatArmg of the Domocnitio House and formerly of Virginia City sprang over tho railing drawing a re volvor and at tho samo lime Lewis Lou P Smith struck the pistol down and it dis charged Thobullot grazed Smith but doing no further harm Immediately after this attack on Lewis an other desperado aimed a revolver at W E Dco noy tho ofchor Republican challenger while at samo momont still another struck him from behind knocking him down Deenoy only was saved by tho interference of his friends Dooney had been previously advised by a friend to leave his as his life was in danger Tho Democratic ShoriIT who was on the ground with his deputies was called upon to make nr rosts butnUusod saying that it was a city affair and nono of his business Tho Democratic City Marshal and Chief of Police also roCused to make any arrost Warrants wero sworn out and Miles Flulan was arrested Ho was released by tho Democratic City Magistrate on nominal bond Dcorioy the Republican challenger who had a narrow oscape Tor his life was also ar rested on a trumpudup charge and placed under bonds Thero havo boon over 500 additional names placed on the registry today the majority of which aro illegal Vast sums oT money aro boing irsnd to carry the city by Democrats The Democrats arguo that a Democratic victory will bo Rvlndioalion of their partys course during tho late legislative trouble and that it may in some way strengthen tho claims of the Demo cratic claimants for scats in tho United States Seirato Tho affair today was a dastardly outrage and a violation of every principle of right No such soono over bofoco characterized tho conduct of elections in this section and tho good peaceable citizens aro tonight asking themselves if they aro hi City or in Butlo Mont The Democrats aro determined to carry tho election by menus of fraud iorco and violence if necessary A CANADIANS GREED MajorGeneral Xiowrie Believes in Liberal A ppropriu OTTAWA April Francisco gon oral is in trouble Tho members of Parliament arc paid at tho rate of 10 conts per milo distance between their homos and Ottawa this your MajorGencral Lowrio who represents Shilburn Nova Sootia camo directly from Lon don England to attend Parliamentary duties and charged mileage on the whole dis tance This was considered outrageous and Mr iUcMuUon a follow member drew atten tion to it in tho House tonight At tho close oi tho session tha men enoountercel each other in tho lobby The General called THoMullon snoak Tholattor rosontecl it and thw two men clinched A minister of tho crown who came this moment forcibly separated them and compelled them to leave the house in differ out directions THE KAISER AND THE CZAR A Review of the German Political Situation THE PRINCES OPPOSE THE EMPEROR The Young Rulers Interference in Ministerial Affairs The Czar Thinks the Establishment of a JPariiament Might Insure His Per eonal Safety BERLIN April 1890 by th New York Associated Immediately upon his return froni Wiesbaden Emperor William will hold a scries of prolonged conferences with then eacls of tho various Von Caprivi Baron You jJerlepschanil Baro Von Bicbcrutflinsiicccssively ft t bo the determination of the Emperor to exercise a rigid personal scrutiny over every Besides overloading himself with work he in threatens to paralyse the minis torial work None of the bills based on of tlie labor conference and preparedbyBerlepsch hnv received the final imperial sanction The ofthe Biiiulesmth to thV measures is doubtful The federal governments do not share in the Emperors eager hiisto for reforms The prospec therefore Uuii when tho Emperor opens the Reichstag in a the throne announc labor measures he will Spunk without the nnTility of detlnitcnops which characterized suc announcements during the Bismarck regime Beyond the pregnant fact that the TCoichstag will be grnnta military credit o probably marks nothing is known o tho Govorumentfi programme Tho Progressis virss indulges in visions of a change in the tarifi policy a reduction in the duties on cereals u1 progressive the customs so as abolish tho tax on articles that arc absolute necessaries for the people and the simuHaneou scloption of tariIVs so as to develop tho Industrie of the country It is not believed in ollicta dircles thai the TCmperor will be rash enough to entangle himself in the dilllcultiesentailed by i revision of thetarifi which would involve com pleto reforms in tho whole financial and fisca system of the empire tho loading federal Pnncos of tho em pire incredulous of the Emperors capacity and scared by his methods of governing are trying to tone down his selfconlldencc It is an open secret that the governments of Bavaria Wurtem bur and Saxony will not cooperate in tho Em pcrors measures unless the Kmncror consults them more on the general lines of his policy One of the chieffeatures of the moment is the among the Friosinnigo party In tho face of the expected coalition winch the Con sorvfttivos Imperialists and tho right wing of the National Liberals are forming as a reac tionary group against the liberal policy of tho Government IhoFreislmiigo party will be com pelled to close their ranks The socialistic lenders haven momentary feud over tho workmens proposed celebration on May 1st Tho police havo given warning that they will not tolerato The Post announces that the military bills pro vide for a largo increase in the number ot troops Tills announcement agrees with tho opinion that will abide by his strong foreign policy This afternoon tho United States Minister and tileBritish and German representatives deposited formal ratification of tho Samoa treaty and signed tho final protocol The court advices from St Potovsbnrg arc that section urging hhVCzar to create consisting of of the nobility olectodby limited number of delegates by the Tho Czars repugnance to parliaments is reported making way under the belief that tho establishment of a parliament would put an end to on his life THE BRAZILIAN REVOLUTION TFIK AMERICAN MINISTER ADDS A CHAPTER TO ITS HISTORY Tho United Sfciitos Government Wns the First to tlio Cause of tho Uprising NEW YOUK April Dispatch Sun Francisco Chronicle Adams United States Minister to Brazil now on leave of absence added a chapter to the history of the Brazilian revolution in an interview yesterday Ho said Tho uprising occurred on Friday November 15th four mouths after my arrival It was not a rebellion only a revolution among the troops against an order that had been issued by tho Emperor send ing them into tho in terior tho country Dora Pedro was at Potropolis at tho time thirty miles distant from Rio Janiero Ho wastelegraphed for and went Ylown Rio where Uio loaders under the di of Tonseca seized him In thn meantime the tho republic had been circulating among the troops and sooa the iduu oC establishing a republic became noised about Tho leaders said that they had cone so fnr that they could not retire and finding that tho army was with them they de cided on the day following the uprising which was StiUirdav that they wouldgive the Emperor twentyfour hours to leave country and ac cordingly Emperor sailed away at 3 oclock on Sunday afternoon On Saturday I cabled full news of the up risin to Secretary lie cabled back in structions to oillcially recognize the provisional which I did at 8 oclock on Wednes day morning November 20th Though my government was 0000 miles away by cable I was tho llrst foreignminister and tho United States was the Urst country to recognize tho provisional Uecauso oC this fact tho most cordial relations wero established between the vouii republic and this ijiaincs instructions maintain diplomatic relations with the provisional government and I followed them out to the CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS Senate Bills Election Contest Disposed of WASHINGTON April tho Senate the fol jowiug bills were passed The Senate bill ex tending tothe States of South Dakota North Dakota Washington and Montana the benefits of tho act allowing certain States 5 per cent on tho salo of public lands The House bill to an thorizo to assume an increased in debtedness The Senate bill to increase the rate of pensions in of deafness to S10 a iriouth The Semite bill appropriating for a public building Pueblo Jol The Senate bill to increase tho wfllciency and reduce the ex pcnse of the signal corps of the army This bill transfers to the Department of Agriculture the weather bureau leaving the signal corps of the armv to remain After The California Pioneers CHICAOO April New England Society of California Pioneers arrived vhero on a special train this afternoon on thcir way west Tho party numbered They remained in the city three hours during which time they were given a rousing reception by tho Chicago society They wero taken first to the Auditorium Opera House which was specially lighted up for them tnon to the Grand Pacific whore an elaborate luncheon and speeches and exchange of rennnis cencos consumed the remainder of their stay t Three Bodies Recovered MONTREAL bodies found in a canal this morning One was that of Patrick Cfihlll a wolltodo soda water manufacturer of Ctiiirlga who disappeared Patricks jivjunUJiu jtointsw unnrjtjfl wno aisiippesvrou oui a S v in 10 mi V Anotherwas that of M J Jolly1 lost three April announcement was ftgo ond tho othor thut Ofan old man not tho close of tho Stock Exchange that yet idoutlQed House N April after reading of the journal the liouso resumed con sideration ot the contested election case 6f dell against Wise Kaiigon and Dalzcll spoke in favor of the contestant Then Wise took the lloor on his own majority resolution de clariiv WondeUenUtledto tlieseat wasiidopted Yeas nays 120 and that gentleman ap peared at the bar of the oarh Public business was suspended and umors NEW YORK April San cited fttrestenftSh exovernorCor exce nell is what tie condi tion That he numerous offices during tho day or nightis prettj1 well settled but this isalithafiis known Deputv SherifTs have been looking for him for two days but have now triven up tho tusk in disgust Somr people and papers very boldly assertthat he if insane iind lias pJaced in somo asylum while others say thathe has simply gone from the citv a few clavs to avoid It was rumored sovoral months aco the e Governor was fast becoming irresponsible but this he himself made strung He ba always been considered a wealthy man yet sev era small notesof which he was an indorser have gone to protest and no property has been fount to attach It is not claimed that Cornell is try ing to cheat anyone but simply endeavoring t force makers of the notes to pay thorn they being able to The fact to Cornells financial condition startles the business world for it ha always been supposed that ho was very wealthy THE CASUALTY RECORD A by Floodsin Australia EIUE April 12rrrTho steamer loaded with wheat off this port last When approached by lifesaving crew no of could be dis covered After staying by until she sunk the life savers returned TDK GREAT STORM DElLECTEO MINNKAPOLIS April impend ing dangei to tho Northwest from the predicted storm i past The oflice reports that the deilectecl to the south and the storm is now cen tered in Southern Wisconsin There isno report of atmospheric disturbances from any point in the Northwest TUG TLOODS SAK FnANcisco April steamer Mariposa brings rccenthreat Hoods SoiithAValBSaudQueenslJind A large portion of Hrisbano was the wharves submerged hundreds homeless and many fatalities other towns were Hooded and great destruction of property reported At last wero subsfding THE SULLIVAN OF THE FUTURE COKBETT REGARDED Ag THE PJlIZERtNG CHAMPION Billy Myer Wants to Tiglit Schacrer Wins at tho Tournament Witli Ivos Races YOUK April TRIBUNE Dispatch San Francisco Cfironicle Tho Evening opens a threecolumn illustrated article on Jim Corbett in this manner Jim Corbett tho young warrior from the PiLCtflc has fought fifteen battles and lost nouo of them and who bested Jake Kilrain is the guest of the New York Athletic Young Corbett is a curiosity as a prize lighter is any man who stops scratching books in a bankers pilice in order to deal knockon I blows in the prizering Ho is as little like a pugilist in manner aud ap pearance as a man canwell he has so few of the questionable peculiarities of the llghtcr and so1 many of the aCtributosoJVa young cjentlemtin tliat the New York f Athletic Club has pivcn him nil the privileges of that organisation As he is the only to which such privileges been this means some thing Ho is more ofa boy than a man and his victories have developed in him any symp toms of en largcd seUostcem As yet he gives you his whole hand to instead of his middle finger and ho is still willing to J listen to the ad vice whoso arlvicoiis worth listening to and in the eyes of the average prizefighter this is a very limited ProTessor IMike Donovan the Now York Ath letic Clubs instructor in boxing is an enthusias tic admirer and said ofhim n few days ago I regard Corbett as tho cleverest big man I ever sparred with and I have iiohesitation in saying that hols thecoming When I boxed Sullivan at the tonin February 1880 he un known world Psiiid and inbsequentlj ovontshifto proved rhv prdpheoy Cor bett today is the manSutlivaii was ten years ago and now it and I regard him as I said before as the future KIIjRATNS OriNIOX OF In a letter to Frank Stevenson Jake KUmin Ecgarding Corbettj I am can bring about a match with him After our go in New Orleans I offered to spar him any number of rounds Polico Gazette rules and to take place in California but he declined to make the match on Lho ground that his father had sent for him to come home Had I not been obliged to TOT two months I woiilShave been York and stopped all Mike Donovan that best his Iwisli you could arrange a match with him to a finish or from six to twenty 1 seo he is doing considerable talk through the papers but when cornered he always crawls out on the plea of having to go home For my part I think bo is the biggest bluffer I liavo over shown by his offer to spar John L Sullivan in two weeks when it would be impossible for John to get in any sort of shape within months I only hope he will remain in the East until I ar rive I will box him in New Orleans the day following my rolense or in New Yorkone week v BILLT BUFFALO N April Ill fight JackMc Auliile fora tendollar said Billy here training for his fight with Andy Bowen this morning It there is any possibility of bringing Myerand JfcAnlilTe together the Erie Comity Athletic Club will avail itself of it The clubis ready to give as high as for a meeting be tween these two crack lightweights Myer and his backer Lee Cheney have accepted the prop osition President Griflln of the club will goto New York next week to see McAulHTo andhis backer Richard Roche THE MOTsTGOMETCT PAKK RACES EMVIIIS April Associated There was a large attendance at the opening dayLof the Montgomery Park races The weather was per fect The Tennessee Derby the event of the day was won by Robespierre under a strong pull Blarncystone with Barnes up sold even in Uie pools with tho winner but proved agreat disappointment winding up in fourth place Six Deer won IJonnioTaw soconcl Bonnie Annie third Time Twoyearolds halfroile Ithaca won Ethel S second Too Sweet third Tonnessoe Derby mile aud Kobes pierre won Joe Will ton second Mario third Time Boaz won Walker second Mane third Throefourths King Macauley Race third Steeplechase short won Winslow third Time HOT A RACES SAW FRANCISCO April the spring meeting of tho Pacific Horse Association was well attended at the Bay District track this itf ternoon Milo and a six Farrow won Pliny second Haggage third Time California Stakes half second Minnie B third Time Threequarter Glen and Applause a dead heat KJildarc third Time Seven Shot second Tidal and a tvon Racine second Rover third In the runoff for the Applause took first money Ida Glenn second INS TllE CHICAGOApril Central Music Hall handicap billiard tournament rhe result wiis something of a be cause but1 because Ives secured iccond place The 11 na 1 gai 1 between SchaefM ind brought a1 vrl l5St 79 bestrunp 70J5S7 Tho afternoongame tvns betweenIves Daly and showed that had Ives well vith Sclinefer hemight havecaptured Tho score Ives to 1 International WASHINGTON April PanAincTicanbbnr under consideration of the committee on general welfare It provides or treaties powers re presence nakinjr in tluvsettleirient1 if ail disputes between them with the Singleex ception thiitn hrcaiened cannot be is in such if proposed hs party defensive NEW April vho struckpi the buildings iiv inrxiofGrdeiiPoiht back to o employ none but union FRUITLESS CONFERENCE Windom Appears Before the Repub lican Silver Committee HE IS SORRY HIS Bill WAS AMENDED The Free Coinage Men Make a Firm Redemption of Silver Certificates in Lawful Committees AYarit More lime SALT LAKIJ TRIUNE BUREATT 517 Fourteenth Street D April 12 1SOO There was another conference this morning between the members of the Republican Silver Coinage Committee appointed from the members of the House the other day but no conclusion was reached Senator Wiudoin was heard in the conference which was behind closed doors and he explained the effect which the proposition would have if it became a law to make the certi ficates issued upon deposits of silver bullion re deemable in lawful money of the United holding that tho silver certificates should bo re deemable alone in the bullion which they repre sent Mr Garter of Montana a member of the con ference committee who is very keenly interested in the subject on account of the large constitu ency interest involved says that they are en deavoring to perfect the Windom bill so as to eliminate as nearly as possible the objection able features which stand in tho way of absolute free coinage He takes the position that the sil ver mines do not demand that the whole country shall be compelled to pay tribute to them by giv ing more than the marketprice for silver but in common with the majority of the American people they demand a more proper and liberal recognition than the original Windom bill proposes The propo sition is to have silver bullion deposited at tho market price with the proviso that certificates shall be issued for the bullion deposited and the certificates issued shall be redeemable in lawful money of the United States instead of bullion certificates reodemable only in silver bullion Mr Carter argues that this would make tho cer tificates substantially equal with gold and would at the same time effectually hold the American production until the Treasury dealt it out to the people in coin at one dollar for grains ns provided in the Coinage act Itis probable that the Silver Conference Com mittee will at the caucus of tho Republicans on Monday evening ask for further time in which to consider this question Tues day or Wednesday evening there will be a joint conferencobotwoen the House and Senate Silver Committees SKOKBTATIY AVIXDOJfS VIEWS WASHINGTON April Associated The Republican caucus committee haying under consideration the question of on the silver question had another today The subject was thoroughly discussed with a viewto arriving at some common ground upon winchall can stand VVindom was be fore the committee by Invitation and remained about two hours engaged in discussion not disposed to intrude upon tho but expressed Ihimself willing to accept the of the measure reported by the House The session of the committee then an adjournment wiis taken un til Moivity morning 7NovotG was taken oa any proposition and no conclusion reached The delay in arriving at an agreement appears to be caused by the insistence ot the extreme silver men upon absolute free coinage The conservative element favors the House bill and there is a leaven of restrictive feeling afc work section of the House bill particularly at tacked by the silver men is that making the treasury notes issued in payment for bullion re deemable in bullion They argued that the effect of this would be to pile up bullion in the treas ury and give warrant for the demand of the radi eal farmers1 element tor Government warehouses in which their agricultural products maybe stored and Government notes issued thereon They want the treasury notes redeemable in law fulmoney which may be procured by coining the bullion purchased On this point Secretary Windom contented himself with reiterating his preference for the House provision He also ex pressed regret that tho committee had stricken out of his bill the provision giving him discre tion ary authority to suspend bullion purchases DEMANDS OF THE SILVER SENATORS The members of the Republican Silver Com mittee have not had a meeting since Thursday night and the indications are that they will wait until the House caucus announces their conclusions upon tho subject That committee consists of Senators Merrill AJlison Aldrich and Hiscock the six Republican members 6f theCommittee on Finance and Davis Mitchell McMillan Maudcrson Platt Pierce and Teller Tho silver men on this com mitteeare contending for free coinage ol1 the bullion produced in tho United States and of Mexican ore smelted in the United States refineries They say tho entire amount produced in the United States and Mexico as shown by the statistics of the Treasury Bepartment is ounces au ntmlly all but ounces being of native This entire amount they claim is not as great at piesent values as the Secretary is required to purchase by the terms of the Jones bill That bill requires to purchase monthly silver bullion to tho value of but they admit that the effect of the passage of the bill would be to increase the value of silver Incase they are unable to secure aiitnijog from uhe committee more favorable to them than the Jones bill the silver men will insist ona sub stantial increase of the paper currency of the jountiy There are several suggestions made rc pecting this point HUNTINGTONS POLICY and Manderson sent congratulations and compli mentary messages to Henry M Stanley through Colonel Geauraud Edisons European partner Tho messages wore spoken in a phonograph and will ije repeated to Stanley at a dinner to bo given him by Colonel Goanraud on his arrival in 1aris Colonel Geauraiifl by request of reproduced at the todav Gladstones recently sent to Cew was greatly appreciated RANDALL IS BEAD THE JEACKFUT JBXl OF A DISTIN GUISHED CAKJEEK lie Pnssod Avrny nt Five OClock This Brief Biography of tho Deceased Statesman C WASHINGTON April condition this morning was pretty much tho same as yos terdny He had a very bad night His physician was with him all the time aud his condition grew so between 2 and 3 a m that death was expected at any moment As day light approached he rallied a trile very much to his physicians surprise and he is now resting a little easier At 2 p in the only chance in Randalls condi tion if that his breath is weaker than this morn ing His tenacious hold upon life is so great BA3ITJEL J KANDALL that it is possible even probable that he may live two days longer though death at any mo not unexpected At midnight Randall is unconscious and barely alive This evening ar he had a severe sink ing spell and at one time was thought to be dead A consultation of physicians is now beingheld 4 m Nothing further has been from Randalls house except that Randall is still alive The watchers aro simply awaiting tho end Tins END a m Congressman Randall died at 5 oclock this morning Samuel Jackson Randall was born in Philadel phia October 10 1S28 lie was a grandson of James Worrall a Democratic leader in the of Jefferson Heentered tho Thir tveighth Congress in 1863 and has kept liis in the of Representatives over since that time having served chairman on several important committees He was a ready concistvspeakcr and was for many years leader of the Democratic party in the House Ho was Speaker of the House during I8SOS1 and his name was brought forward acandidate for tho presidency in 18S4 ho receiving seventyeight votes on the first ballot ITe was a firm believer in A protective tariff and it was that issue that he was de feated for the SpeakershSp by WORLD ITEMS QXT NETF TIPPEKABT OPENED WITH GREAT CEREMONY Stanley Visits the Prince of mans Who Object to McKinleya Bill Tour of Portugals Kin g He Opposed Stanfords Mixture of politics SAN P Huntiugton in an interview concerning his address made when le assumed the office of president of tho Sou them JaciDC Company said I did not think what I said would create so much I do not want the public to am opposed to Senator Stanfords political success or nny personal lostilitiy to him Our only differences havearisen from hi up with politics iave been very much opposed to this lor a long time and toldStanford Do you expect absolutely and at once to sever the Southern pacific Company from all political iflillations in this State was asked The1 reply As a corporation linntiuntbri said there would be no changes in the policy of the company aside from those au nouncediuhisaddress The Evangelical Rupture April Todays sessions of the factions the Evangelical church were erv mild Manifestoes were each calling on the other to return to the fold iave formed completely separate organizations ust ns otherparty was not in existence ishop Eshors faction is determined records and other books and the figJit which will be begun next week will the completion of the rupture in he A i Receiver April Barrett poin H Bn ker of the Com nercial TelegraphCpmpauyjn jroccedinss byJbhn W a judg The Chicago Strike April the carpeu ters strike arc much en couragedby the action the small1 bosses last in forming an organization witlt a view treatingwiththem victory LOXDOX April 12 TmBihxK Dispatch Snn Francisco Chronicle T in the 7mA Catholic urges his colleagues in tho House of Commons to support the passage of Bal fours land in a thoroughly amended form because he says it will strike the deadliest blow at the socalled English system which has been aimed at its members and its powers since the days of James besides hurling back Lord libelousimputations on Irish honesty A convention of Irish landowners at Dublin is discussing the bill clause by clause and are draft ing proposed amendments to it Gladstone has written a long article for Lloyds newspaper dealing with the social progress of the people and means of furthering it STANLEY CALLS OX THE PEINCB LONDON April Associated Stan ley reached Cannes today He was received by Sir William chairman of the Emin Belief Committee Stanley subsequently called upon tho Prince of Wales BRUSSELS April 12 A dispatch from Cannes says that Stanley has declined King Leopolds in vitation to attend the antislave congress now sitting Brussels on the ground that the con dition of his health does not permit Tho same dispatch says that Dr Parke who accompanied Stanley on bis expedition to the interior of Africa if now with himat and declares that Emin Pasha is suffering from an incurable catarrh and before a year will be blind A KOTAI PORTUGAL TOUK April The King and Queen are about to start on a tour of the principal cities of the kingdom The journey will consume two weeks It is expected that the trip of their Majesties will serve greatly to allay the discon tent BowprcvaiHngm consequence of the recent decrees 01 the government concerning the dis putes between Great Britain and Portugal The King will make several speeches during the jour ney GERHAS8 OPPOSE MKINLEYS BILL April agitation in Pari com mercial circles growing out of that the McKmley tariff administration bill might become a law in the United Stales now has its counterpart in this city Many of the Berlin merchants interestedin exporting goods to America are seeking to bring influence 10 boar for fbe purpose of having the bill either primly modified or altogether They that the measure if it goes into effect in the present form it will strike a fresh blow at the ex portation oxGerman goods and manufactures to America A GREAT OCCASION IN IRELAND DUBLIN April Deputies from all parts of freland attended tihe ceremonies of opening the town of Kew Tipperary this afternoon but owing to some neglect in notifying the people the attendance of peasants from outlying dis tricts was smaller than expected A procession thevisiting mayors iu full regalia members of municipal councils iu uniform at the head The scene was one of great Houses were gaily decorated and picttires of Gladstone Parull OBrienand other patriots everywhere displayed Upon arriving at the platform oppo site tlie market tha procession halted Addresses were presented tc the English visitors from the town commissioners and the tenants defense committee the first of evicted tenants had been to providefor their poorer bethren That fact would redound to the honor of the Irish name and to the advantage of the national cause OBrien said the scene they were now yatnes parallftlrra the history of Ireland In hcdescribcid the peoples triumph in this struggle which had roused the whole the national fight was ended it woulclbe theirproudest thought of Tipperamhad riskedtheir homes and propr erty liberties and lives justice and this dear A grand1 given this evening at which 600 guests were present Cannon Othelcm presided letters of apology for absence were read from numerous English Liberals The Pluminer liriiilure NEW April The schedule asseti a nd liabiiifaes of the def u riot firrn of John Plummer wilU be filed Monday whereabouts of Stcll are a mystery his checks to the Amount of have been discovered V Revolt Ended of the Indian sfwiib i tf the province HIGH TIMES IN KENTUCKY The Wickedest Man in the Mounts ains on Trial for Murder THE TOWN GUARDED BY TROOPS Hatch Acquitted at Colorado Five Players to Bo In Boston Maiden Conies School Teacher OatragedU SEDALIA April San Frnncisco Chronitft under the instructions of Judge Ryland tho grand jury now in session has issued subpoinns for a numl ber of members of the High Club a socia organization among whoso members nro qnlto a number of young ladies to appear before tha body It is supposed that an effort will bo mado to Ilnd indictments against tho persons at whoso house tho club has mot during its existence on charge of permitting gaming or gambling on thoir premises Judge llylauas instructions to the jury Monday to iudict all person engaged iix or participating in the gauic of euchre high live or church rallies has created not a litue un favorable comment here At tirstit was regarded as a joke but now that an attempt is being mado to carry out his instructions a more serious view isbeing taken of tho matter HOLDING COURT IN April Dispatch Francisco Themail from Harlem Courthouse forty niiJes away ovors tha mquutains arrived last night Letters point indicate a dangerous condition of There is trouble between Captain command of tho militia and Judge Boyd Thft hitter has ordered the soldiers to arrest all drunken men Gaither refused saying that he did not intend usuvp the powers of the civil authorities ISverv snloon is closed and an armed soldier guards eich ontronco to tho town All comers re searched for weapons and not a man is allowed to enter tho courthouse without being searched Judge Boyd walks to protected by a guard ofeight soldiers and two armed soldiers stand guard nt his room all night while others protect the house The great ciuu at this term of court aud the one which it is feared will endin wholesale bloodshed is that of Will Jennings the boss outlaw of the county nnd the wickedest man in the mountains He is on trial for his life Tho hearing of the evidence began yesterday His friends do not hesitate to say openly that it he is convicted thev will not ullow the troops to tako him away while if hft is cleared his enemies swenr they will before ho leaves tho town The prisoners in tho jail under penitentiary sentence aro so well aware of what is coming ft Jenninirs is convicted and tho soldiers attempt to take him away Unit they requested that they bo not taken at the same time Captain Gaither realizes the gravity or tho situation If Jennings is convicted hu will bo sentenced instantly and guarded by a bo started for this point direct from tho court house He will be specially guarded by threo men who have orders to tthoot him if a rescue u attempted Tlie march front Harlan to this place is forty miles over the roughest bridlepaths through the loneliest mountains and JennlngsV 20X or 300 followers could annihilate the company of fortysix men before the half over Monday raoruing an atrow to which was at inched a note was found lust at thecdgo of he town The note warned Judge Uoyd that if his charge to the jury was 8gainst Jenulugs ho would nover live to get Both citizens and soldiers think Boyd is too timid aKentucky mountain Judge It seems hardly possible that the present term of court will end without bloodshed A courier is expected tonight and it isfeared ho will bring bloody news It is known that Howard with over one hundred is in the woods not far from Harlan and ho swears a war of extermination against the soldiers if they attempt to take Jennings away if convicted There are rumors of a fatal encounter at Harlan but is A SENSATIONAL DrSOOVEBT April peasant from tho vil lage of Baljevaer drew TOO ducats from abank in an adjoining town On his way home in his wagon ho offered a nightslodging to six fur loughed soldiers whom he overtook on tho road Ho lodged them in his barn and gave thema good supper During the night a gang ofburglars with blacked faces entered the house and tortured the peasant by singeing his feet and handsto force him to give up his money Hiswife barn and aroused the soldiers who captured and bound the robbers to a tree At daybreak they washed the robbers faces and discovered tho County Clerk and his constables under this THE HATCH COLORADO SPRINGS April ated nights session of the Hatch trial did not conclude until nearly midnight During the early part of the evening several nesses were called who testified having seen C W Hatch at FJagler on the 27th of April and that the deceased them that bis nephew often sent him money with which to prove up on his claim Dr W L Strickler was the most important witness called He said I am a physician ot Colorado Springs I have been in active practice for twentysix years I was a medical official during the war I heard Dr Gpdsman giyebii testimony I listened carefully to the description ofthe body of deceased ana of the autopsy Taking into consideration the condition of the body and the results attending the autopsy I should have in sufficient data for giving a positive opinion but so far tbe data goes Ishould saV that it points to apoplexy as the most probabla cause of death It would certainlybesomething extraordinary if death nsucdfrom injuries of so trivial n character wound was ap parently a mere scratch Afi to the bruise it was an exceedingly insignificant wound There isnp evidence that this bruise extended to the hurice I infer that the violence causing it a most insignificant character If a person had a sudden attack of apoplexy and fell to the ground blood oozing from the cars after death it would be exceedingly difficult k state tho cruise and it would be to search further The shock of the fall might cause the Mood to ooze from the ears in case tbe drum membrane is Dr Strickler was nor placed on the stand morning but was allowed to make a few remarka about his course in the case C W Hatch the defendant took the stand and testified I am 32 years have very terras with my uncle tho deceased I Jived in his family two years when a boy I havo helped him with money ever sinco re lations were most cordial I have traveled ex tensively I went to Denver last sprinfvarriving there April 26th I went to the landoffice to about taking up land I went to Flagler the train stopped afca water task ami I got off there to the hotel I rtifj McDonald the proprietor and asked liim where I could bugpy and team and drive tc my uncles ferrcd me to Keegan We a half miles out of Flakier and at a point nearest the cabin from the road Igot out aud out tbe direction for me to take to teach the cabin I went directly to my uncles house an4 from tho door I saw him sitting it a I spoke first I fionOknow justwhat greeting took placi We talked mainly about financial affairs the entire evening When I started back for Flagler ma perhaps half way I pave him to purchase a cow which ho had bought on time I saw Keegan at the md had a generaii conversation with him He did not referto my uncle at that time I bought a ticket toSeibest at noon on Sunday and went to Denver in tho evening of the same and fiom there to Chicago From Chicago I went to Birmingham there I recened telegram from my cousin dated Gosjien Tnd that my uncle had been found dead m his claim The sheriff of Oakland county Michigan cahed and said that he had been to arrest me for murder I had no what the charge was had gathered my composure I decided to on the first train I brought the sheriff of Oakland Michigan with me My father is He died In 1875 without ft moments warning while shaving himself day died he vas feeling exceedingly i i At this point however Thomas for a the judge instruct thd bring in Vverdictof not guilty beoanpc ol the fact that proscetitionv had Iiiled duce goina to that murder hadbe6h tbe case were left to the juty and l dered of giulty4n one degteeroranother f would be the duty of tbe aal verdict Distnot Thomas for the prosecution oalUcf the of the court to oertaiu laws goraynuit   

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