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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                First Part Pages 1 to 8 VOL SALT LAKE SUNDAY MOANING JULY 20 1390 PRICE FIVE CENTS GA1NE Mm h Asfcnt and Our Dele1 gate Is Hopeful in aid of curtain charities connected dfroctlv with a specific denomination liLll although certain of these charities been Hidared illegal yut thero were amon those specified such as tho BUppurt of Mormon schools which could Jiraly this funds As the property is in thft hands of a receiver he held that the piiwiaio of Urn bill was unnecessary and would prejudice tho final decision of tho Court TO UNION IACIFIC PATENTS Holnian introduced In tho House a resolu tion culling tlic Secretary of the In 1 1 A TRAGEDY AT BELLEVUI i tK MI 111 in v j FlftMTiHfi THF PHI1RPM PRPPFfiTY BILL for tho statement of hind patented flbnuna inc rnurcnn DILL eornoi The Prfservers of tho Ijand to i lie Bond Federal Election Notes LAKE f17 Street 10 1800 Haying failDU In evory other direction John T Calm Is working hird to pro ven t by tho House of tho Ed munds bill providing fur of funds Ho havo the nlKconhoUd in the House Judiciary find has busy xuoltig mom this UK n view Major Broad had of St is acting as first assistant lohhy 1st in matter and ably supported hidgc TI Hi of uiuis who had a dlx habit of amjilng on Oalnes trail him from ncross a TotiiiiiitetrMoiii tiuiU has KIVCII the Utah Aocnnlifigly Oalno Broadhoad ft bcforu the Huusu OotnmlUoo ni Judge fiiiiflo thf argumentagainst ln with the pious of tin church His sincell In opposition to tho Scuato bill jnvldiiig for tiio of tho for Mltd Mnrmnn church funds to tho support rumiiion of thr Territory of Utah Judge ilroadhoads contontlon was In violation of tho general law ishnrilhs Inasmuch as It tnurftxKfd to divert from It Icgitiuilii pur pose in aid of cmnKHitid directly with a spcclilod denomination H hold although cer tain of charltlOH had boon do Hloijal yet thorn wore otlmrs among Kiioh as tho support pf Mov mori schools which could legally rocelvu tho funds As tho was now In tho hands of u ho hold that thn passago f the hill wns tmnoooHsary and would preju dice the final docLIon of the court liopeis to havo action deferred until uftor tho Suprorno Court tilus its tumiiulod mandato Tlti HOME nrSCttHSIOS i Tho Sonato today pulsed tho Salt Lake IndiiMtdul Homo Item In the Humify Civil after a hot debate in which Soiiutor 7CdmuncLu pulverized Hcnm Iliimb for his opposition to tho appro prlatioiu Senator Vest assailed tho item and said tho homo was a humbug Sonator IMiimb said It was n useloss Incumbranco nrul thsil ho hud personal knowledge that it unlisHvod no public end SPIIMtors TCdmunds Dawos and Blair do fittdcd tht Horn handsomely tho former HO that Sonator IMiimb folt called to denounce tho Vermont Sonator for his vigorous language Tho appropriation GnviMnorWiSt lias returned from Char loltevllUi whoro his son has ontorod upon the study of medicine at tho Univer sity of Virginia SiMiator Stowart Is jubilant ovor tho wip ing out of Major Powells to fence In tho Wiwt until ho had oomplotod Ills Irri gating surveys Tho action of tho Sonato nbolishcs thu irrigation survey and throws tho West onco moro opon to ftotttohient unflor tho land laws At tho makes H largo appropriation for tho topo graphical surveys which will be usoful in tho future for tho bash of irrigating works Major Iowcll ovorruaehod himsolf In dosijt tiattiig of tho Unttod States as arid and In withdrawing tho ontlro West from of tiio land laws ff himself with simply sog ripitlug tho sltos for reservoirs and ditches ho would not havo aroused iho opposition uf Wfstorn Senator seourod the of his irrigation survey with its appropriation WASHINOTON July iVaiKiMo Chronicle a ro f ult of the horror of last Sunday dors bo issued within i fuw vtoks Treasury Hopartmont for a thorough inspection throughout thecountry of ull lifl used un boats kinds us well as on tho lako steamers Ajcording to udvicos horo tho Hfo jrfsorvcrs on tho illfated Sun Wing were of rushes Instead of cork and when sojilcid iustoad oflioiiig buoyant wore us bad as so much load Many of the bodies Uukcu from th wator were encased In thcso t his howovor lhf in which tho alleged saving material was incasod boro an inscription iiuy July f KSS7 by Unitod StaUs Inspector Thompson 11 is altogothor likely that tho of iuspoctlon omployod at this timo will he I1 HOXO IORCHASES Wisidom Issued a ctroular this iiftciriioon that July 24th prppo will he roctivod In tho oJHco of of the Navy for the salo to tho Gov ernment of llnitod States bonds of tho acts of Inly N 1STO uid January 20 1S71 for tho purpose of supplying In pavt tho ro of the sinking fund for the cur yoar Tho circular of April 17 18o8 under which purchases of bonds have horotofuru been made is rescinded In his explanation Sotrotary Wiudoin suld Uulng tu tho ricent light oitering of bonds suretlvs rapidly iiocumulated until now it is in round number ex 1 elusive of in fractional silver coin The roccut actuf Congress transferring from the fund for tho redemp tion of national Inuik notes makes a largo portion of this fund also available for tho rcdouipUoii f bonds The Department is therefore in position to reach a considerable amount of tho Intorostboaring obligations of tho Government and the advertisement issued today is simply intended to invite bond holders to name tho price at which they uro willing to soil to the Government The amount taken will depend largely upon thcs price at which offered BKOADIIKADS The House Judiciary Cornniittee listened to an argument by Judge Jtunes 0 Broud hcud of iri opposition bill providing lor the application forfeited Mormon church funds to tho cornraon schools of Utah Judge Broad bllifwria in vlolutibn of tho general law respecting cbufititiS it proposedto Iroir tbelr legltiwato purporses fo of landgrant corpora of thft Union Iacllic system and re iiioritlng him to suspend the issue of patents and pending further action of Congress T1IK fvAST llfTJ Ropifisentallvo Heiidorson of Iowa from tho Committee on Appropriations reported to the House tho Gonorui Dullcloncy Appro priation bill the last of tho regular appro priation bK TDK PKDEHAr VIlAi Tho Kopuhlicari members of tho Senate Committee on Privileges and Elections re suniod Consideration of the Federal Elec tion bill They deslru a complete prepara tion of tho measuro to be caucus early next submitted to a A NJflW QUESTION The Original Package Decision Does Not Affect South Dakota CnAMiiRiiLAJN S IX July oy disuiot sustained ills temporary iniuncLlon closing original package houses Inthis city Tho grounds given for tho de cision Is that tho onaOling act admitting South Dakota to Statehood authorized the enactment of a prohibition clause in the State Constitution such enabling act hav ing boon passed by Congress subsequent trio pasmiRo oC tho Interstate Commerce taw Therefore tho prohibition law receivod iho sanction of Congross and tho Suprorno Court declsicn does not apply to South Da kota which brlruCH up a new will be carried up and If sustained will be of groat importance to all of tho new States which have adopted prohibition THE IMPERIAL CONFERENCE TJtIJE KAISJGU AND CXAK WIIX MEET JN AUGUST Bismurolc Will Bo Given a Doso of Modlcluo Compelled to Koop Stuto Secrots llEUfjiN July by tho Nuw York Associated Lho declares thd shortonlng of tho Emperors trip was not duo to tho political situation bub tho facts oontradiot this statement Affairs In tho Earit uro hastening to H crisis and this oansod fcinv Emporor to advance tho date of his conIoronci with the Czar Tho Riclors will moot on August 10th Tho JYoocc says the position in lilinoiila and Bulgaria will remain instatu tliio as far as Russia id concerned until tho arc ovor Tho cjuostkm of Prlnco Bismarck s right to fllvulgo directly or suggestvoly his knowlodga of stato affairs ncquirod while ho was Chancellor will bo dooidod upon tho Kmpmors return Allusions appearing in the Jlamhunw Nachrlchtcn disclose the do of Bismarck to publicly implicate Frodfrlck In plotting against him Sho has lust intonslflcd his anger by warning him that If tiho report is true that ho Is preparing his mo molrs ho must publish nono of her Jottors or hor husbands without her con sent and Intimating that ho will bo prosfi cuitoU If ho fails to oomply Tho ex pootation Is that tho JOmporor will direct the application to of tho receipt which Bismarck himself prepared after tho Votv Actmim trial ordering ministers of to to tako an oath not to publish any thing rolathig to state business without DoimlHslon from tho Sovereign At a sue rot conference botween Prince Moxandor of Battonbnrg and Princo For dinand of Bulgaria tho former assured Ferdinand that ho had no ambition to re turn to Bulgaria Ho adopted Major Panit zasboy because ho was his godson and It had nothing to do with politics lie advised Ferdinand to return to his post and govern constitutionally and promised that if war broke out ho would servo in tho Bulgarian army A report was published a short time to tho tlYoct that Minister Lucius In rocoiv doputa tlon on tho truflio in American pork through Holland expressed an inten tion to roschul tho prohibition in October Luolus has assured Minister Phelps that the Is unwilling to take such a risk A CONVICT IiAJXOR of tho Recent Iti tornntional Prison Congress NEW Yoaic July Dispatch Francisco Chronicle from London say that a circular embodying the results of tho deliberations of tho second section of tho Prison Congress recently hold at St Petersburg which had a special rof orenco to tho amount and organization of prison labor has boon prepared and will bo sent to the various governments and to the prison reform associations throughout tho ivorld Tho circular takes tho ground as tho view of tho delegates comprising tho soetion that the prisoners ought to work that tho work should bo as usoful aud pro ductive as possible aud that it should boar relationto the reform of the prisoners and the situation of the prison As work is a chief part of the reforming processof it ought to rose wjth tho State nnd hot with private contractors whose only desire is to obtain as much work as possible irrespective of tho effect it may produce OH the character of tho prisoner himsuK In owing to tho diffi culty the Stales organizing every kind of work tho prison administration shouldbo allowed to hire out the labor of tjieprisoner to private enterprises so long us tho utilizing of his handiwork does not entail tho domination of tho contractor over his porsoxr and iifo Finally it is considered advisable that the of labor should belong to the and thai the State should be as much as possible the producer and consumer of the results of prison labor A Horse Dies of Babies PuovnxEXCE K July Francisco Chronicle Series A horse died this morning of hydrophobia Iivits madness tho animal tore Its fore legs fearfully with its tooth and had to bo bound with chains ropes and straps to prevent its dolug injury to people who woro iu tho vicinity The horse was bitten a month ago by a strange dog which was evidently mad and subsequently killed The animals oyos become blood red and it bit at every thing in sight A wheel on a heavy lumber cart wns seized by tho maclcToued brute us animal an Impression on the heavy iron The crea ture plunged its head against the barn wall and agjuust the wagon aud other things In tho Rock Island Switchmen Strike July Two iiioh by Island jrailrbad strucktoday because of the of 0110 of thoirnumber All busi nes3 onthe lino The strike were refused on the been neglected their dutyi After a lonicoiiforeuce wlfih John they to work convinood that they had Superintendent Kinnear of tlie Min nie Moore Shot Dead MURDERER COMMITS SUICIDE The Origin of the Trouble Shrouded in Spokanof Prize Fighter Aristocratic York Lady Discovered in a Vile Joint Idaho July to M Kinnear superintend ent of the Minnie Moore mine was shot and Instantly this afternoon by P Felsonthal who then put a bullet in his own body withprobably fatal effects The affair occurred in the office of City ijerk Dilley arid was witnessed by four men who however had not time to inter fere In tho office wore H B Dilloy N M Bucks W H Ecdway and County Assessor tfordlcko Kenear stopped In saying to want 10 SCR Then turning to Judge Dilloy I want to see you as soon as I get through with Tho last word was hardly out of his month before Felsenthal came in with a revolver in his hand and fired a shot lit Kinncars back The iirsb shot took elVoct in the should or close ro tho shoulder blade rang ing up and to tho right passing through his body With a cry of pain tho wounded man started for the roar of tho office and turned partly around his assailant following him up and putting TWO MOKE SHOTS into him both of which entered the neck close to tho body and Kinnear foil over face downward with his body half out of tho door Turning and grasping his revolver with both hands and holding tho at his breast Folsonthal said you soo I am going to kill Ho then pulled the trigger but the gun would not go off Stepping out to tho sidewalk ho again tried and the shot wont olT striking him in the loft above tho nipple and ranging to coming out near the right shoulder blade Throwing his pistol started down tho street and after walking about a hun dred yards came back Ho entered the of flee and looking afc the prostrate body of his victim remarked Hes and again turned and walked down the street Iii front of Dr Whoelors fell and was then tho wits laid on a bed ami his examined Justice Bcdsall came in supposing the man proceeded to tako HIS ANTE MOUTEM STATEMENT Folsenthal said there had boeii some very improper actions on tho piUtoL Kinnear and ho felt justified in killing hijn Hohad killed his man and was to die He only wanted to live longenough to see his wife After making this statement thewounded man seemed to recover greatly and was shortly after removed tohishorno where lie is now resting easy but the doctor says ho cannot give much hopesof saving his life Coroner Wheeler viewedKinnears re mains had them removed to his hogno and the inquest was postponed until 0 oclock Sunday morning Tho allair created there were many rumors regarding the rea son for tho crime Kltmcar had boon here throe years of tho Minnie Moore mine relievingthe former superin tendent Carrnlohael who is now in England The mine is owned byan English company and on account of the alien land law the property is in Kinuears trustee A fow clays ago the works shut down and Khinear was Intending to leave on Monday for England with his family leavingan Englishgentleman by the name of Garterin charge of tho property has been assayor for a long time About throe weeks ago he made some charges against Kinnear Three nights ago ho told him that if he would not do certain things ho would kill him Kinnear was not afraid of him and armed Himself but apprehended no danger This morning Fclsenthal wont across the river to meet Kinnear coming from the tending to do him up but failed to findhis man Coming to lio saw Kinnour walking tip tho streetand started to over take him Ho was almost up to him when Kinuoar went into Dilloys ofliee on business and Felsonthal followed with tho above results The body has been embalmed andwlll be sent to England for Interment Thoistriuken family will accompany it II Ewdway of Walker Bros Company is one of the principal witnesses before the coroners jury probably delay him a fow days in reaching Salt Lake A CHICAGO July Dispatch Francisco Chronicle all my wish no one will ever know tho difference butfor heavens sake sake of my husband and chil dren dont lock moup in a police tearfully exclaimed an elegantlydressed woman to officers McKenzio and Duffy last evening The woman who was greatrespectability but whoso identity was kept a secret by her companion had1 been surprised by the officers in a vilo Chinese opium jointon State street ucar Peck last Complaint had been made to officer McKonzlQoi the existence of the joint in tho basement of 439 State street Some of tho occupants of objected to the nauseous fumes qfthe bmnlng opium which they said hud made them The two officers descended into investigate the niatteivand in a small dark room elegantly discovered woman and indulging In the disgusting pastime of hitting the When tearful plea to be saved from the occupying a common cell in n public she stripped herself of her worth 52000 aiid begged the police men to help to Sho was toldbh her ornaments witliher of pipes and opiumi risoustreet Herb tcr a fictitious Arizona that Lieutenant Mackuy and scouts in a battle yesterday afternoon with the Kid the Sierra Anchas mountains killed Wall Lan Tas the others escaping iuto iho mountains The oflicers and scouts arc following olosu and it is Thought will soon capture them Wall Lan Tnss head was sent into the nearest post for identification lie was oneof the In dians who killed Sheriff last fail It is supposed that he with the hid gang murdered Dr Hardio ofUs Angeles a short time ago in Ruckers canon Tin ELOKlBA TKRHOR SIMUIENDERS MOSTQOMBUV July the desperado exMayor of Cedar Keys surrendered to United States Marshal Walker here tonipht A pJIIZEriGJITEB SPOKANE July fifrhters Jtmmlo met this morning at the Simkcwnan oflice to settle on the details for a proposed fight While talking matters dver Ullly Lynn a friend of Casey started a quarrel with Mnliigan The latter knocked him down ai il he was put out of the Lynn woijt around to the back door and coming in Mulligan shot him twice tho wounds being mortal Ed Smith another pugilist was strunk on the kneeaud will lose his Lynn GKUMAN FORCKllS AHUUSTJ3D NEW YORK July and Julius Krogahker of Bromberg Germany who ran away from Germany a fow months after scouring nearly rjiarks by for geries were arrested Friday night on the arrival of the steamer August by Deputy United Bernhardt who in spite oC tho defective description managed to identify tho men by a clover bit of detecfcivu work Inoy were remanded until Monday OOPES OF THE PRIESTHOOD Vest Relates What He About Mormon Women WHY THEY CLING TO POLYGAMY Mrs Farao JJead BUFIALO July ITareo died this morniriK is f tor an Illness of long dnrsi cioii Deceased was tho widow oftho late William R tho woliknown express manager Souio years ago she married b Varyo no relation atone time well known in California politics THE RECORD A TOURIST STJBAMJBH KUNS AGROUND AT SITKA A Lively Discussion Over an Indus trial Homo Original Package bachs Voice Is Kaised for Moro Beer DXDER THE TEST OATH LAW Governor Swop Calls Idahos First State A STRAIGHT AMERICAN CAMPAIGN Tho taw Will Be Rigidly Enforced ami Mormon Voters Will Be Ex South Carolina Cam and Policemen at Meeting A SoiIcfi of CasualtlRS in China and Japan Yorli moulders Burned by Molten Metal WASHINGTON July mander 0 W Pareiiholt conunandinp tho United States Steamship a dis patch to tho Navy Dopartmont dated July 5th it mall steamer ran agrouiiil in White stone Narrows a uncl intricate msaarre fourteen miles oil SitUa Sho had on board several hundred Alaskan The went to her rescue and sner ceodedin towing her into doop She subsequently went to Sitkafco olVcr to con voy tho Elder to Port Townsend which was declined with than Its v the Cap tain promising that ho by the inside passage and beaoh tlie vessel Jn case oL danger A METAL NKWYOIIK July torrlblo accident ocpiiiired this iron roandry West A oitpola in wbicliiron contain ing of molten metal exploded just as tho moldersworo getting ready to cast and a of the see thing mass was blown about in all directions Sixtoeu men were burned of whomPeter Scolon August Bartolds and Kdwarcl McNally Tho sttstainliis burns are notIn a serious uondition men work in tbo room and it is marvel ous that no more were The SAN FHANOISCO July The China arrived today Kong and Yokohama with Chinese June lyth The steamship struck oh Saddle Kock during a heavy fog a total loss A portion ofthe cargo of buled yarn op hull and in treas ure was saved The passengers and crew consisting of seventyeigljt suc ceeded in reaching land after great diffi culty A passenger boat sank Juno Stfth near Hong Kong and seven persons wero drowned Disasters by fire occurred at Tokio Japan June 21st destroying about a thousand houses and rendoring many people desti tute A collision between two steamersat Zizozoki June 20th rusultcd iatho loss of one vessel and fourteen lives 1 DEATH HERO Brave leccl That Led to Lieu tciuxnt Kliodes Death NEW YORK July GanFrancisco John N Rhodes of tho Revenue Marine Sorr who died atAlgiers on Wednesr was tho ofilcer who displayed such darr ing and the wreck of the steam ship City of on the Devils Bridge tho low dangerous reef at the western extremity of Marthns Vineyard from Boston for on January IS Of nearly 100 passengers otily twentythree were Lieutenant Rhodes one of oflicers on the revenue and as there wasa high sea running the vessel could not get alongside but Lieutenant llhodes wout to the reef in one and line around into the sea and swam to the wreck to rescue the halffrozen passen gerswho were inthcrigging HcTiadalmost reached the stranded vessel when he was terribly bruised by some of and his companions to the boati Hecbvering his igiipi July Fryc from the Select Committee on Pacific Kail roads reported back the Senate bill author izlns the Socretiiry of the Treasury to settle cho indebtedness to the Government ami of the Sioux City and Pacific railroad Calendar Tho Senate resumed consideration of tho Sunday Civil bill Among the amendments reported by the Committee on Appropria tions and agreed by tho Senate woro the fol lowing The appropriation for tho con struction of build ings at and tho enlarge ment of military posts raised from to an amendment to add to tho ap propriation of artitieial limbs or commutation the words And in oases of commutation money shall bo paid directly to the soldier or compensa tion sliall bo allowed or paid to any agent or This was tho text of a statementby Cockerill to the effect that it had been tho practice of various depart ments nob to inform the creditors of the fact that money is duo to them and that practice encouraged an increase of claim ngonts Cockerill insisted that it is tho duty of the Government whenever its re cords show indebted ness to any person soldier or citizen to hunt that person up and pay him The amendment was finally ngreed to An amendment was agreed to inserting an item of for ordnance and ordnance stores to be issuoi to tho Slate of Washing ton in place of ordnance borrowed from tho Territory of Washington by tho State of Oregon increaslni the appropriationfor tho maintenance of the Soldiers Home at Santa Monica California from An amendment was adopted in creasing tho amount summed up as the total of appropriations for all National soldiers homes from to 000 An amendment to add to the paragraph as to the appointment of managers of Na tional homes tho words and W L B Franklin of Connecticut Thomas W Hyde of Maine John C Block of Illinois and George W Steel for terms of office commencing April 1800 to fill vacancies occasioned by expirations of terms of office and by the increase provided gave rise to a long discussion said that hereafter ho should not continueany manager in the board any longer than one term of six years He was1 a believer in a renovation of the board Tho management of the National home was not as wise conservative or economic as it should Allison presentedforTTawley an amend ment proposing thename of Lewis ft in place of General Harris whbreccntly suggested tho name ofS S Yoder in place of Steele who had been ap pointed Governorof Oklahoma tho amendment was agreed to of tho names of Gunekel and Yoder Tho par agraph now appoints of the National home Moriill of Kan sas fortheunexpircd term of John A Mar tin deceased Alfred L TPearson of Penn sylvania for the of John F deceased Gunekel of Ohio for tho nnoxpired term of L A Hanis deceased Wna U Fmnklln 6f Connecticut of Maine John 0 Black of Illinois and Samuel of Ohio An amendment appropriating for aid to tlie Industrial Christian Homo Asso ciationhi Utah which was established for the protection of Mormon women desiring to provoked a long dis cussion Cockerill said it never had had more than twenty inmates Edmundsadmitted not many Mor mori women took advantage of atho butit was an open institution to thorn Vest said tho Government had appropria ted for the home and Congress was now asked to appropriate 84000 a year for no other purpose than to pay tho salaries pf a lot of people wlio had managed to obtain an appropriation under pretense of philan throphy It was a curious fact that the women of Utah were moro opposed to doing away with polygamy than the men This arose not from sensuality or from any degraded feeling but from religious senti ment Senator Pomeroy had had anidea that suffrage ought to be given the women of so that they polygamy They got it and eScry one voted thopolygamy ticket admitted that the women of Utah voted that way but itwas on tho same principle that tho colored men voted ther Democratic from re ligious enthusiasm In the couJseof the discussion Vest re sen ted the drift ofsome remarks of Ed munds as to his uniform opposition to antiMormon said he was as much polygamy as one he said there was a line beyond which lio would not go PJumb expressed the opinion that thehome was au that to be the general view in Salt Lake Edmunds intimated the ritjhteous men who had gOne into had fallen among CITY July to THK had he hoard of being there until ho returned to Perkins Iowa bclUPrfmin tho constitu tionality and propriety laiion This was not a question of prohibi tion or ofhigh or low license It was quostion the pooplo in their Stnto organization had n to protect qualiliod electors to bo hold homes friends and families from an nn licensed unrestrained unrestricted rum traffic Tho original package decision might affect Republican Scutes aione but in a little timo ail the Suites would bo infested by lawless charactors whoso original package stores tho license laws and local option laws would be violated There ought not to bo c vote cast against the pro posed legislation After further debate the House took a i as othei recess the evening session to be for debalo only At the evening session a number of ad dresses were mftde and the house at adjourned THE FORT WORTH SCANDAL MAYOR THAT HE CO3O1ITTED KIGAMY Ho Paid a Chieao or for a No One Tells a UUVeront Talc and tho Mayor and was an to delegate 10 Suites pcuvor vronfoiTid upon Congros He did not so understand iv Ho it as a fiimplir of Through tho uf Congress to rojrularu oomiiurce amonK the Statos not a dolegu tiun of thai pmrcr did u huvrfcro with but provider ihat an article imporud into a tuo wluii olVored for sale should Invonic subject to the lawsol thatSuite Now said thatintom perance haa uevov boon rooted out by legis lation From his own personal observation ho was srulstied that intemperance was on the decline This was largely duo to Iho use of that mild To tlie prohibition however this was tho detested of all He believed the substitute would the requirements There was one sure way in which the people of Kansas Iowa could set rid of the original stores and that was notto them Haves ouposed the legislation preferring a little liberty to a groat deal of sentimental State rights Ho contended that tho prohibitory law of Iowa was not enforced and hence from observation made on a recent visit to his State denied that thero were any oristonl pHLkape saloons in j T Shoup today issued Town Vt least he had not seen one noi J u his proeanmatiou for tko eleotion m the new State ov Idaho which reciting the act of Congress admitting tho Territory to Statehood ami theprovisions of tho State Constitution velatinj to distriets proclaims a general election by tho on tho lirst day uf October for the purpose of electing a Congress and all State county and precind cilieers Tlie Goxernor directs County Pommla assemble on luly 2Svh and order ejections to be held in their respective counties to canvass the counties and to issue eertilkates of election in tho samo elect Ions and especially directs that tho registration law be strictly enforced throutrhoot the Suite Ho says the attention of tho County Com missioners Uejristruis and ludjyo of Elec tion is called to an act of the fifteenth ses sion of the Idaho Legislature approved January entitled An Act to Amend Section flul lloviscd Statutes of which law must be enforced by tho and udsos of Elect ion Attention is also invited to section three article six on and election of the Constitution of tho State of Idaho It should bo the ambition of every of fiecr of Idaho to see that a full vote is polled and that tho election be conducted with that integrity and digftity becoming an American commonwealth I beg to congratulate you fellow citizens upon tho victory you havo won In the hardfought battle for admission into the Union By your 1oysl and unflinching ef forts you have placed the Gem of tho Mountains in tbo constellation of Section three above referred to rciids as follows No pcmm is permitted to vote serve as a juror or hold any civil office who is a bigamist or a polygamlst or living la what is known as tbe patriarchal plural or celestial state of waxriago or in violation oE any law of this State or of the United States forbidding any such crime or who in any manner toioues advises counboiSi Into bigamy polygamy or such plural or celestial marriage or to live Iu violation of any such law to commit any such crime or who Is a mom ber of or contributes to the support aid or encouragement of auy association corporation or society which teaches advises counsels encourages or aids any person to enter into bigamy poly gamy or snch patriarchal or plural mar riage or which teaches or advocates that the laws of this State prescribing rules o2 civil conduct arenoi the supreme law dT tlio State nor shall Chinese or persons of Mongolian decent nob born in the United States nor Indians not taxed who havo not severed their tribal relations and adopted tho habits of civilization vote serve aa jurors or hold any The act of tho fifteenth session of tho Legislature cited by the Governor pro vides that no person who has been a mem ber of such polygamous shall voto does not mako affidavit thattwo years previous ho has severed all connec tion with it This will bar out the vote every active Mormon in Idaho in the coming State election and will present the Issues squarely on straight party lines ARE TKH DEMOCRATS The Statcsinan under of Where are they now will tomorrow publish sub stantially tbe At the meeting of the Democratic Club last evening Brother Robert S Spencc tlie District At torney of Bear Lake being called upon de livered himself of an oldfashionedDemo cratic speech declaring that Ms Mormons were all Democrats and all would vote the straight Democratic ticket at the State election stating that Bear Lake at tha election had and 532 Democratic votes The speaker asked Where arc those Democratic votes now your penitentiary others In Eastern peniten others hiding hi the mouutato fastnesses of thejoaiUful Stateol have no Mr boati Eecbvering his ana did not tell all the truth He ing the pleadings of others that should ttiore not again endangerhis own life he plunged In time rescued the two people from the rigging and got them1 intohis boat After thathe badalong siege of sickness was no doubt hurruid by these oxpeiiences iA PARSONS COUIlTSBCtiP Preacher YORK July t TIUBTJXE Sanlrancisco Georgf local preacher Jamaica wasUttackcd and scycroly punish icd Ia3p night by the proprietor of restau rantat Koyporc N J Lewis has bcctipay Ihg to MissLillle daughter Mrs Thomas hiis witli mpthcr a was accrtain to the iu Lake because the property waVwahted for speculative This led to a colloquy be tween Edmunds and Plumb which lasted some time The as nn item granting to the widow of the Chief Justice Waite thcbaninceof his years proposed Latin AmericanlEciviorisir Library was proposed striking out the provision for abiiilding to cost S5001000 ii provisiontfor a of appropriating Jfqr its and the bill was reported to the Senateand the amendments agreed to in committee of the Lewis GalledbiiMisSGramer Sunday evjou andaoco m pan ied hiiSto tliev ist Church of Keyport asked au address by past Or oi alter Cjie service issi Orn tnor to mako about the rn litloii Lewis gotvtli ofrsucli rlscmstroet tcr giving ORMAXS July Dis Sail Francisco Chronicle Mrs W S ienulcton the bride of the Mayor of Fort Worth Texas left for that city today The Mayor accompanied her to the depot then returned to the hotel Pcmlletou in an interview when asked why he hadnot carried cut hisintentions as expressedyesterday of starting for Fort Worth this morning replied I received a telegram yesterday advising me not to come uutil matters bad quieted down a little My wife went direct to Fort Worth this Mr Pemlleton was again asked for astate episode in which his name figures so prominently After consid erable persuasion and argument kv i con sented to statement PeQdlctpn did not know thatthe divorce 1 liad gohc away from remain After I had boon away for several vnouths having received continuous news of the illness of ourlittlo child and that themother was al most broken down in caring for it out of sympathy I concludedto return homoto see what could be done The oh lid very low ami it was supposedthat itcould live only a short time So to a raid notoriety I concluded to roniain at home help take care of the child Contrary to expec tations the child lingered aud sufiered for several months keeping me in constant sus pense During this time I simply lived in tho wo slept apart all the time In the mcantifots wo frequently talked over a separation and when she left for Tennessee it was distinctly understood that we were hnally separated I agreed to furnish hor moans of sup port for herself and children till our property cbiiid bo disposed of when ample provisions would for herself and children Of course I did not intend to olleud the public by public marriage so soon after our apparent I in tended that the marriage should be kept secret from all bub the young ladys family until should have become fully aware of both separation and divorce I never learned till my arrival in New Orleans that thefactOf the divorce I employed and paid at torneys during my absence to procure it for 1ie and while I myself see the iecord of the court furnished by them with two copies iu due form attested by the clerk under the seal of tlie court and I have of the genuineness of tbe di vorce I though immediately to have therecbrd Mr Pcndlcton laughed heartily at the statement that his Worth were he did not take them into his confidence before I haveray warm friends there saia he but I never knew before thatmy confi dence wasso mu6h During the conversation there did not appear on hispart the slightoat inciin ationto conceal anything Every question was answered without any hesitation lie seemed impressed with the that Jiis mar riagewith Miss Cull en was too precipi tate but he evidently does not believe that he has been guilty wrongin 1 ind agreed to iavbulk except as to A discussion of his new miritalrelations THE WIFK NO OXK 1 FOXIT WORTH July rehdle ton No One made a statement today She learned of infatuation for Hiss Cullenlast Deceiiiber shortly after his return from the East by finding in his pocketa bequeathedto Addie Cullen S7500 cHiJs days later at of tha he forced his wife to surreDderihe him He thenthrew1 his wife and wept like He told her that he no loved her thatlie loved nip1 one Atvarious times lie dbgced her to agree tc a separation She the childrens sake her that return to Fort Worth her visit It appeared that feared violence at the hands Mrs urged her to agree the amendment was agreed to and the bill Tariff business and notice that he would move totiike it up at 1 oclock on ceived Council aud wasat once next regular meetiug of the City Council will arrange ior the election directing the of tbejln to 1the iS5uefbf pateiits j nA irl rmcnts that run on the estate haye uevV attachmeiits have been run past fewdays iictuitiLtae TJ nitod iBtates fronV aiitihdrixiriff wj I Ati i notbe willreturnto The total record against The es Kc2d Fremont xvould arrest mo were I not now iu the sacred prcciucts of this Democratic The inosfi prominent Democratic leaderf in Idaho present at this meeting and this speech was greeted with frequent ani hearty applause THIS CRlTKCfT AGAINST DtinoiS Tf A5UIXGTON 3 uly Tiw BUB I I vcd today eration of the ebarge pro poses to spend money freely in Idaho dur iugthe coining election A prominent paid retainer of Mormonfsm is authority statement such cattleas tlie late Delegate from Idaho can bereturned hound the people of Utah sidoof thj air Si Francisco air Captain Benjamin didate for Governor in addressing meetini atMarlon Chrestop Xevwand Courier as a ports ofthe proceedings i representaiibris Ayheji this cbusiu of the lat jbrrespbudent f 1 feet and   

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