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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah i CIRCULATION EXCEEDING Tin CITY COiVJBlNED THE MOST EXTENSIVE BEST AgYERTlSIUGjMSDIOH IN Ttir ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION VOL SALT SSPTSMBEK 6 1890 PKICE FIVE CESTTS THEUTESUMDOFPBOi They Were Promised a Utah Re serve and They Want It AN U6LY OUTLOOK AT THE AGENCY May Bo Needed to Keep Them Out of This Arid Hestored to Settlc of Silver BOTHERED WITH COMMITTEES Sept to inquiry made at office of tlio Commissioner of Indian Affairs develops the fact Southern THrsm pressing tbe department hard for fulfillment of its contract to remove them to Southern Utah Under date of August 28th Agent Bartholo mew says The Indians have boon acting ugly for tho throe weeks owing is thoy stnte to tho faofc tliat tbw Govornrncnb is acting Jn bad faith with thorn They claim to havo raado a ami now thoy want it exc evitort Some Indiana claim that If they not soon notified of the Governments Inten tion to remove thorn thoy will go on Uioir own accord Today thoy on horso hatik Sn largo bands and discussed tiio question vcnornoritly the squaws taking part and neglecting for hours to receive their rations The council was Lho largest held on tho agency and tho excitement s intense Tho Indiana absolutely refuse to uccopt stock and cattle which T was au thorized by the Commissioner to Issue to tho members of tho tribe but they want what la tholrs by treaty stipulation and nothing more They aro also ovor thenonarrival of their gratuity money which thoy havo earned The Indians aro liable to move over into Utah fifitahllshthotnsolvoH on tholr new resoivaMon as thoy now claim it lr theirs nwd It will all the troops thoreare In tills section to return Tho Indian Bureau docs not seem groafcly grlovfid by this statement of facts and Cornrnisslonor Morgan still oxortlng hlrn seif prevent siotlon by Congress relating to thqlr removal AfUO RKSTOUED WAsnrNCTON Sept Press j Laud Oomrjilssiloncr GrolV toduy issiicd to Uio registers and rooolvors of Inucl ollloes a circular releasing from reservation tlio liurJS of tho arid rogloii It culls intention that portion of tho act approved August 0 18W which repeals so muolt of tho tint of OctoUcr I8RS as withdraws land si in tho urh region of tho United States from entry m aud settlement tlip i tlon thuirosotvolr sites heretofore located remain and ro fiorvod Irom entry orsottilomciit uiiLil othor provided by and iorcaftcr locatod or selected from public hinds shall in like rnannor ho reserved from dictft of location Or sclecLlon clriuilars IS80 and August f ISn aro vesfMndocl IlnMloft by thli act will bo uiYuid upon In regular ordor and all patents iKsuofl on entries miulo subsoqiumMy to his act and on entries so validated oE tho one liundrodth moridlaci will contain a clause ifiservlnga right of way for ditches by nuthorlty of tho Uiiiiod States Particular is rullocl to that portion of tho law which ro ucqiilromont of UUo under laiul law to ISO acres In thonggiegato You will rftquiro from all applicants toiiloor cutor tinder any of tho land Vnltod States nflldavltH showing that Bitico Augiist in ifHOO thny had not filed upon oi entered undor said laws quantity of land which would make with tho tracts appiior for riuiro tlian HLO ucrow or pro yidodMjo fthtmld olnlm by virtue of as to settlors prior to the act ot August jOth you wlllroqulroanida viii5 this iotTLAiiON OP TOWNS Tho Consna Bureau today gives tho popu latiori of tho various oltlosoJf Nobruska Omnlta has nn Increase or in tho last dooade Lincoln has an in ert1 use of TUB SILVER rtrilCnAKKS Tho amount of silver offered tho Troiiaury ounces Tho amount pur ehasod at ilS to Si The of tho Treasury after a consulta tion with the Director of tho Mint decided ihafht wlli puvchaso xmclor tho now law ounces of stiver between August IStli and Sopternber 20th KO as to start at Oofcobor 1st with purchase of per month Todays purchases total ounoos slnoo the law went Into otToot Some KoascwH WJiy Central Em ployees Were Discharged N Sept the State Board of Arbitration today Mr Lofevro a discharger employee of tho New York Cen tral Railroad testified that he hud neon un employee of tho company for eighteen years Superintendent Kissfill discharged him but Rave no reasons tell ing him that ho know what for He supposed it was ne oaiiso he was a JCnlfjht of Labor Ho had never been reprimanded suspended or accused of drunkenness or incapacity Tho testimony of other discharged employees was of general tenor Oinciaisi of tho road testified to the dig of man for cause in ono instance tho cause assigned Ijciiip that thoy were bother ing with committees and when they should bo The hearing was then closed The board will consider tho testimony and make cer tain rocommoridaUtms bub as it can only do so through tho LcKislaturo nothing will be heard until that body meets VIOLATED THE TBEATY OOP WITH THE VILE T Use Persecuted Armenians Urged to Overthrow Their Oppressors A LUBID MANIFESTO SENT FORTH A Touching Recital ofThcir Suffer Sjxinish Premier Stoned by a Duelists Ke General Foreign News A DEMORALIZED ROAD GUATEMALA HAD NO RIGHT TO Lawyer Whitney Ouotos the Tioaly Wlali to Sco GuAtoiualn CITY OF Sept Dis Francisco Senator Calls resolution Iti tliuSenate relat ing ro caused hero the people now believing United States will v measures to redriss what is considered here as an Intwlt to Itr flag and cause theGuato raalan Govornmerit to pay a largo indemni fication to 1ho widow of Barriindia The Unioowal says tho sum should bo and tho stain on the flag should bo washec out also in another way NKW YoitK Sept A Whitney a prominent liuptibllean and ono of tlio most ominont internaUonal lawyers in the country was Interviewed yesterday on the killing of Barruudla and said that tlio oasi was very definitely settled by treaty rela tions hotwutMi tills countyand Guatemala proclaimed 1 tily Sfi2 Co said I refci to tho ionrtoonth arUclo of that treaty This artiolo though surnowhat involved in stylo is potvfoctily cloar in moaning it as follows ft shall bo lawful for of Unitod iSlntos of Amiirhm mid of UKRepublic of Guate mala to will ships with all manner ol and SOCHI ri I y no hoing tniido is who urn the proprietors of thn worotuuidiso Itidiiti thoruon from uiy port pom of those tiro now or huruiiltor sluill ho at omnUy with oithor of thn contracting Tt is agreed in like that tin fiamo liberty bo osLmuled to persons who on board a ship and that jiUhnuuh they havn boon uiemies ofboth or oithtir parly aro not bo iHkon out of fron rliip unless arn otllcors or soldiers and in Ihc uotiinl of tlin You will see from this that absolute liberty and soburity was jjuaiiintood by to Barruridla aud that bo was Justi fied In tiiUing passsago upon an Atnorleau iJtoni one country to another oven though ho was fully awaro lluit during tiiu voyago tho sUiamer would necessarily stop at UP Irijtormociiato Guatcmalau port was an offloor nor n soldier within tho I echrl leal moaning of the tortn as applied to tbo toaty was noli llablo to lawful arrest because he was noli in tho sorvlcn of an onomy of Guate mala Ijo was in n political reCugeo His olToniso 1Cthoroivoro any was a puvoly political jolTenso It iias boon the soUlert policy oi tho country to rcfusu undor any to deliver tip political of Tho Army Returns LA Salvador Sopt ciated tho clamor of church Halves of artillery of tniisio TOHO mon oC the Halviulorlan army rnado a triumphal entry into cho capital this morning undor command of tbe Presi dent as goncralinchlof Thoy bad come from tho frontier Tho whole city is pro fusoly dfcoralocl and tins strools were packed with multitude A Crunk IVoin Salvador OfrvoK IMnxico message was rocoivrd hero today from Acapulco stating that PaolGo Mallsteamship San which lotI Panama August ar rived at that onboard ono Oun ningham an Ainortoan or was on his way to tho United for tho of inlliHUioIng the press in favor of coucornlng tho Barruiidia kill ing Tho tolognun winds up by saying Advise Goronirno Tan to bo on guard as I have reason to bollovo Ounuingham sent him a dispatch and is an emissary of Baril wiis seen at KIs rooms tonight Ho produooci this dispatch from Acaptilco ad dressed to Goronirno Pan Minister oC Salva dor i warn you for Uid pood of Sftlvftdor not to in terlorfc in tno Uarnmdia killing If you tliiuk this important tnlegrHph ino al San Frnncisoo I would not allow you to interfere AN ANTISTH1KK Ats Bodes No Gool to Worlcmon Sipt nimibpr of tho in tlio iountry havo allianco against strikes Among tho are tho Weatlnghouso syatotu tho Yalo Look Company Com and four or five other big factories and iirorumably tho Pulloian Intorests tho compact agreed to in caso a strlko oc curs to uurcftsoiiariloclcniands ono br all of tlio associated faotprlos all wtuk Is to coase tho to no allowed to said eontomplativoly tliat lie know nothing of unninghaiu and had expressed Jons regarding Barrundias affairs THINK THEY HAVE Dis Francisco Chronicle The Armenian Revolutionary pavty has Issued a manifesto which secretly aud widely distributed throughout the country and reads as follows 1 FKrjLOw rbrethcrn aro being daily their homes and usurped and binmocl our sisters torn from tbcir homes by barbarians The soil of our motherland onco thesnre asylum of all suUerorg by tyranny and outrage is now carpeted by the corpsBS of our country men its plains inundatedby Armenian blood and ourfair Armenia transformed an arena for butchery The soldiers ni Turkey aru annihilating instead of protect ing xis arid liiassacro follows and are1 scones of their barbarous acts aud tho entire land is under the severity of martiallawand hundreds of our brethren shot down or thrown dungeons to rot Therefore wo ArmeniaiiK being exposed to this dally slaughterhave noothcr coarse left but to cuter a desperate struggle against our savage oppressors The morn orablo demonstration of the of July in every metropolis of the Ottoman empire when we made a gallant stand for liberty showed our iuoxtlrigiiislmblo vitality and this tmprceedaiiecd ovenc raised tho hopes of all Armenia Lot all sonsof Halle and the expatrai atcd exiles of our onco independent country rush to tho rescue oftheir struggling breth ren and oxtoiininato this Government of bloodthirsty brigands Let us our Tanks and with our Jogions strong and dis cJplliiijd juidor banner of our father march against tho oppressor Then those villages and cities which tho vilo Turk has rendered desolate and uninhabitable will at once be transformed into a para THE Illinois Central Shareholders to Rebel NEwYortK evening paper publishesa seoret petition which it states is being circulated among stockholders of tho Illinois Central urging them to rise in rebellion against tho present manage ment The petition states that the company is practically on tho ruin through mismanagement The petition is practically directed against President Fish and Vice who are not practical railroad men and who have been unable to secure the friendship of the people along its line who look on it as an alien corporation Contrast is made between the prosperous state of the company in 1SS3 and in 1SSS after five years of the FlshHarriraau man agement It is shown that with an increase in the debt and stock of there has been a decrease of in the netearn ings from tho operations of the road when the results from compared with those of the fiscal ending Juno 1800 The latter was a year of heavy traffic owing to the prolific yield of grainin 1SSS and 1880 Thodividcnds haveVfalien from 8 per cent in to 6 per cent in 1SSO and the market value of the holdings 1n tho same period has fallen from 145 to The peti tion further states It is bclicsvod thai since tho dubt of tho com pany has boon increased by several millions of dollars and that the debt nro approxi mated excess of 1SS3 and there arc strong reasons for believing that at this time tho company has a dealing debt of from 10 11 must be apparent that aiuir paying thonnmial interest the margin for six per cunt dividends is now very narrow rind the further issue of stock re cently proposed by or uny consiclcniblo in tho clout and inter cstacoount a rod notion of tho divi dends find a acrious dceliiiu in the market valiio of shares Neither Mr Harrlman nor Mr Fish were in the city today Tisr ifiaTn i THE ARKANSAS CAilLini The House Banishes Breckinridgo to Ills Sativc Canebrakes BUT HE AVERS THAT HE WILL RETURN STAGESTRUCK BRUISERS to Swarms of Detectives ami Bloofl Iviibo Burrows A Sopt DIs Francisco Chronicle robbery on tho Louisvlilo pateh Tho T Sau Nashville niar FJoniaton has created much Kubo Harrows was reported to have boon soon at Mlltoii twenty miles oast oC this yesterday at IS oclock A spec ial train with Superintendent Fisher TJonte work and no factory is to employ men who may huvd loft aiiy factory on Vsy strike No is tb soolc workers during from any of the fedoritod Tiie Institutions named employ p and nncl port some or pooplo exclusive of other interests depending upon tho Ings of these people Three Hundred Minors In Sopt Th o lives of men and boys working in the Cayuga rolhe were 1n deadly this the burn lug of enginehouse and for a Jiline paadernonl urn ex Ictedattbe laouth of tho mine t crowd cf raon aiici women assoWsblod the air currents woro out of and the nuiTocationof tlio itien seemed vprobablo Tlip miriHrs howovor fled to tho workings of the Brisbane TO out of which they oa oapedv V Tho Pi ttsburg strike is still Tho eieacod the obstructions tracks this Jug the strikers fol lowed the aud main idlo until tiiey fit to return to T Agent Arnold several express of deputy sheriffs under Rheritl JilcMillsud passed throvigh this oity for Hilton ShurllY Tom Ousacks of this county joined the prtrtyooro with a posso of six men Patrol jjinan Wilson of the force fa posse of six nion loft hero yesterday and fas going1 dbwiXEseamila riverfrom Bluff boat and several parties with IbJoocUipiinds sootiria the countryfrom down the river to swaiap1 Detcotives anddoputy sheriffs Bussed tiarpugh tho today IfIiubo Burrows is in Florida it ho night aiiy possibility that it was hoi who committed thoi tssiSted it is bya noted dfrjiipernclo of Kosa county to Be Sued Friiueiscb damages as tihi jipy oes ol lie Stan d ar d Coke Wo rVcs strrkjaljooausabf the refusal oXtho y riou Attacked y a Howl iViff Mob MADIMH Sopt Oanoras del tolla Prime an unpleasant oxporlenco today at yitoria As the train on wliich ho and his wifewore about to de part from the town was piillingouf of tho station a booting mob maclo a rusli for tho Premiers oar and smashed in the windows of his compartment with Sofar as known neitlior the Prcmior nor his wifewas hurt Thc OJiurcli KOMK Sopt piomlneat some tinio ajco voquostodtholopo toexv noss an opinion on of The Pope referred the sub iect to tho Holy Inquisition Whilea full loolsion roaclied yet it is understood tribunal will pivo as its opinion iluittho Church shouldcondemn hypno tism aspracticed upon human boiaRS upon tlio ground that it disturbs human Iborty and is danporduain Its ofTocts upou tlio mental and physical condition of the lypiiotlzecl subjects Tho MumnouHNH number of ap jlicatlons for v6rlc on tho wharves is in inK Strikers Avere molostinn ionunion men and all wereheavily fined uul imprisoned is Broken Hill nineshavo boon owing to tho ex of Tlio crews of tho New Zealand Company have KOno out on strike1 JBIootlsbcd Averted G nicNT and Thlorl aud loft tonight a loar Sjilvnt The authorities trot wind of aiVair andtlio duelistsworo to G hen IThocb allonge vas sent by opponent had 3oeii instructed by GeneralKoulaogor to oswer tho charsos brought against Boulansor by a Iarisian newspaper A Explosion LA disas rous explosion occurred today at the dynamite niapaxihiv atPallice Dock Ton iorsons were instantly killed and many in ured very dcs ructivo fires still continue to come from Inngary The latest dispatches say Scanolk other Hungarian vil lages have boon 1Jie anube Vi3NNA Sopt iioqdshave practi cally submerged tho iDanuboValleyrail roadlino riversKuiiip arid Thaya havo overllowod thehbanks devastating the adjacent territory l Cholera MADJUD Sept isdecrpasing in the provinces the Valencia v All tho King1 Stars Shine in Drama NEW YORK Sept Sau Chronicle suc cess which has attended tho debut of John L Su 11 an actor has incited a num ber of thelesser lights of the prize ring to discard tho fistic arena and adopt tbo boards as a means of livelihood The Kil niinAshlpn combination will shortly blos som out with the assistance of several other pugilists and wrestlers in comedyfiireo entitled ki Jacks Little Charles beftter known as The not to be has per fected arrangements with and PeLer Jackson whereby thoy will in a piece now being written by aiyeminent playwright of Chicago which will bo called Bunch Pom in ick McCaffrey has also thrown tho mi for the Ho is ontho road starring in a company of which chief owner He Clumsily Dodges the Issue and His Seat Is Declared Senate Disposes of the Free List Party Lines Ignored SIBERIAN Sea a Bmtal Sqewe PORT tain Thomas of the harkpntino sGJatherlne from describes a brutal scene which liewitnessed at the Taghalien Island A large party of exiles iieiivily manacled wore being taken to the fell froni oxhanstion A brutal orders froni his nnfortu No mercy was Wives saw husbands killed bfeiore their Mothers daughters A heavy whip was used to urge them on The Jackson Park Site CHICAGO Sept South Park Com missioners today decided not to tender Washington Park as a site for theWorlds Fair as proposed by tho Exposition directors They add ve already tender of of JacksonPark will now add thereto tho improved area park making a total acreage so tonderod of fiTO acres A milo and a of frontage on the lake shore Js included1 in the tender Who Wrote SeirlVfade NBW Yornc Sept fTitiBUNB Pispatch San Francisco Chronicle lobert Bonnor proprietor of the Now York has made an iiivestigaliiou regard the authorship of or Out of the otit in q card1 in which he th at lib wi 11 f orf olii fcp cliarity Jf he cannot prove that Mrs Southwprlih wrote and that what Dr Mor gan of Olema Marlii county says about it personin California having sold to tho Ledger the manuscript of tho story is falsc i Harrison Will Jlccuperate WASH i Nf Sept Presidnht left this morniiig for Cressioii Poriu Ho ex pects to remain October 1st iSept party arrived this evening arid af tier sup pc tii e 1 ad ibs attendedin wh at th b cottage of Mr Ben Joiips of Pittsburg Llio President sending regrets on account of J Sept the House the contested election casp was taken up and Breckinridgo was accorded tho floor in his own behalf Ho denied that the murdcrr in his district as charged by tho Committee on Elections were political The men who charged eiMier on the floor or in the press that the people of Arkansas oivany group of people representing that State had ever shown sympathy with the infamous murder of ulayton or that he had any knowledge of it intho remotest degree uttered that which was cowardly and moan and which they knew to be false Demo cratic Rreckinridge con tin by arraigning the Committee as biased Clayton he said was his bosom friend It had been said ho should have resigned after the murder To have would have been to admit that he believed the Clayton murder affected the result of tho election and to have taken tho case from tho Republican House which alone had jurisdiction He then turned his attention to Judge McOlure stating that or the return of the subcommittee tbe Kopublicanmeinbcrs en dorsed McClure for a judicial position in Arkansas Lacey chairman of tho subcom mittee said ho recommended Judge Mc Glurb in believing him one of thebest and most competent men in Arkansas Brcickinridge proceeded to quote from a statement made by a Mr Blackburn a Re o show the bad character ol Mc OUirc Tle ciiticlscd in severe language the action of tbe subcommittee asserting that he had been denied witnesses after he had been promised that they would bo accorded him No greater debauchery of a free bal lot hud ever been committed than that com mitted by thecommittee in con clusion Gome to your conclusion and I will tako an appeal to the regard less of party in the district I have tbo honor to represent on the broad ground oE common honesty and in November thoy will reverse both your conclusion and the manner oC your read in detail the testimony bearing on the theft of the ballotbox at Plummersville its theft was abso lutely necessary to Breckinridge yethe stood bora and asserted it had been stolen by Republicans The House stood dumbfounded in tho face of such sublime impudence He commented upon the back ward ness ofthe State of Arkansas in en deavoring to hunt down tho murderers from soil The blood of John M Clayton criedto for vengeance butfbr1 justice and members of both sides were here as sacred ministers to exe j cute her just deserts Republican ap i dobato having closed Crisp moved to recommit the case with instruc tions tothe Committee on Elections to re port which of tho gentlemen received a ma jority of tho votes of theSecond district of Arkansas nays 101 A vote was then taken on tho minority resolution confirming Brecicinridges right to Yoas nays 103 Tho resolution declaring tho seat vacant was Yeas 105 nays 02 libuso then the evcn ing session for consideration of private pension bills tho evening session the House passed thirty pension adjourned at freelist was rejected Mici then onterod in paragraph of 35 per aJ orari Paragraph V2f of the froe Jisl wets on motion of Carlisle modi tied so LS to read jjll mineral waters not Quay movrtd to strike from the freoi list parM 655 siiJphalc of quinine and all nf wilfs of cinchona bnrks Tho motion tvi strike quiniae osu of tho froe list 15 nays FoJlowitiiT is tlio voto in uotnih Catiiomn Chandler Dawes EdinumLs Uuwlcy iiiscock McMillan Moody Quay Sawyer Strockbridgo and Wilson Allison Barber Kates Retry BlodgutU Cullom Eustis JOvarts Faulkner Fryo Gibson Gorman Gray Hale Harris Hipnins lugalls MilcluMi Morgan ruddock Plumb 1ugh Power Sher man Sjiooner Teller Turpis Vance hall The coaimittoe ameiidmcttt placing sponges on tho free list went over until tomorrow Para graph 703 putting sugars not above Ko 18on the free list also went over without action Paragraph VlS placing tin ore aud tin on the free list was amended on morion of Aldrich by adding the words Until January 1 1882 but not Consideration of tho free list having been con cluded some of tlio preceding paragraphs were taken up again and modified Aldricty gave notice of committee amendments including one imposing a duty after January 1 of tour coins per ponnd on block oxido of tin and on bar block aud pig Adjourned A DOOMED PEOPLE THE NEVADA NOMIRATIONS Dominated for Governor and Bartine for Congress A NEW REFORM PARTY BROUGHT FORTH Texas Kermblicans Boiuand Reci procity and Nominate a An Alleged Labor Arcrmont Majority Nearly Noniinatioiie SOUTH DAKOTA XXDIANS DYING OFJF RAPIDLY Tho Xames of a Thousand Dead Sioux Carrioil on tho Agency tion tlio Prevailing Disease Sept Special to iVicQPiesidbnti jj Union Pacific Jii an denies tbo existeticopi linyserionsjdifferences between him and President A dajpas He also states that no changes are contemplated in the of of the road and that there npchaugo in forces or V A MISSOURIVINDICATION A YoiiTiff Man Murders Who KANSAS Sept FraiVciscp Last Monday the dead body of Owensby itegress was found in an orchaid near her House near Kearney Mo A btillot hole in head and liad bdon partly consumed byfiro Lewis Griffith a son parents living at Avyis1 Suspected of the Liberty day ho pleaded guilty He said ho shot the she had his character pistol so nbaiheiv head lie said when ho discharged ffcho iThb spread and afterward cpiisumed her clptb dealing the some aul boritres say George Alextin cler Grattpn tliefamovjsspdtted negro Tjorn on the island of both of his natives pf Afiica liatiitants of S V j ncent Grattbri tliat each for the privilege of what feighlih wbinderof pjjejudicesofvtho mon1 grel jiegrq i5iiclidanger of deoraed him to The abbut fdjteen inonttis old lie landed with his parents color brownish rjlack tiii e crmv of 1 i b er o er al ofi within Senate the Senate the TarilT bill wastakenup and consideration of the free list proceeded with Vince raovon to striko out tlio provision relating to specially fipr breeding purposes Tlio proviso requires that ani bepuro blooded of hi recognized breed with a record of pedigree etc The motion was 22 nays W Tho Senatethen went back to the para graph relating to gloves which Plumb had yesterday moved to amend by striking out the additional rate on mens gloves The Plumb being the only whovoted yea Quay movedtoinsert1 in the free list wild animals intended for zoological for scientific and educational Agreed to j Plumb moved to strike raw or uncured the free list of the affirmativo votes being Hoot movocl to insert iiv the paragraph allow iug ior colleges educational tud religious the words orby any college school or seraiuary of Unitcci States in its qwnbshair behalJ of aiiy ofitii professors putting iishon the free list was without ictiou to insertbindingtwine on free list and Vanse iuoycd to amend mcut byadding motion Paddock being the only Repub aye i The question recurring on the amcndment moved made or Rejected TheiRc who and Plumb Ingalls Maioderson nor Paddockvoted Daviss amendment was then agreed 8 nays except Biodgett company with the following named Davis Jn Broody Pierco Power and Thci votes ty PIERRB S Sept Dis Francisco Chronicle Considerable interest is manifested hero as to the final outcome of tho investigation as to the missing 2000 Indians at Rosebud Agency During the progress of tho Indian Comniission last summer in securing the assent of the threefourths of tho Indians to tlio proposition to open the great Sioux reservation it was often hinted by the sqnaw men and others in position to know that it the number of Indians at the different agencies wexO known the Com missions labors would bo comparatively easy for tho reason vthal there were a thousand names enrolled when In fact tho Indians had long since passed to the happy hunting grounds iC indeod they had ovor lived at all Tho investigation may find the missing Indians at but there is and has been an idea prevailing among those near the reservation that tho number of Indians claimed to exist and whose names are on rolled have long since escaped probably gone to Indian Territory But there is no denying the fact that the Indian population in South Dakota is fast dying oir Those who visit tho Cheyenne agency frequently bring back tho informa tion that consumption auditing and throat troubles are thinning them out aud that among them are few who have not con tracted disease of some kind Even the children born to full bloods aro not healthy aud There can be no doubt about the demoralized condition of these people in every way notwithstanding the fostering care hestoweapon them by the Government and it will years before tho Indians as a race will have disappeared from South Tho severe winters and tho efforts to have the Indians change their raqde of living arc responsible for this The Government may give an Indian a good nit of clothes and lie will wear them to town on a cold day and that he wi 11 trade them oilfor half value returning to tho reservation with only abreech clout The next heard of this Indian hejjhas the consumption VIRGINIA CITY Sept Re publican State convention made tho follow ing nominations Governor R 1C Calcott Supreme Judge R H Blgolow District Judge R Rising Congressman H F Bar tine LiieutouantGovernor J Poujado AttorneyGeneral Borreyson Secre tary of State O H Grey Clerk of Supreme Court Joseph Josephs Controller R R Horton Treasurer lohn Eagan Sur veyorGeneral John E Jones Superin tendent of Public Instruction Orvis Ring State Printer Joseph E Eckley University Regents E T George and J W Hainea LONE STAR REPUBLICANS The Forum Tor September This mircbor begins tho tenth volume of At a the procecdiiigs tliat he thc rptcxvas tnken on Ifhothad been pres ent ho it ihad done verdigris struck off ihebill h was Can almost circle J of inside i bi in jio lAllen galls iiChandlcr r insert ojirtlielree Slandetson1 moved tostrike of Whenever protection is men aced it is sure to buy as many votes as it thinks which is probably the most important political truth of our day the central idea of the leading article by E L Godkin 1Te traces tho develop ment of the influence of money in politics both in America aud in Europe by follow ing the Hue of governmental activity in touching private interests Tho article is a general survey of what the author regards as extragovernmental functions and it is in particulara review the recent tendencies of American politics Another political essay is Senator Morgans reply to Senator Chandler on The Federal Control of President G Stanley Hall of the new Clark who has perhaps made the most thorough study ever made by an American of the educational systems and methods of Europe writes an essay full of practical suggestions on the trairiiug of teachers It Incidentally explains the plans of the new university Oi educa tion alvalue also is the article by Edward Everett who writesthe autobiog raphical essay this month on Formulative Among tho influences which he classifies as the most important in his career is his1 newspaper training Professor Young of Princeton explains Tbe Latest Astronomical reporting all recent discoveries and advances that general This essay is one of a general class that the publishes to enable its readers toSteep informed of tho latest discoveries in all lines of special work Another article of the same general Idad is by Lieutenant John P Pinley who has charge of the Government work on subject He explains the causes and characteristics of our storms and presents the latest con clusions reached by a special study of together with advice for the pro tection of life andproperty Simon Sterne the wellknown railroad lawyer and writer on economical subjects explains the waste in the present methods of railway to mind the mysteries of railroad John Stuart BJackie of Scdtlaixd laying out the lines of the Chrisj tianity of future from an orthodox point i of view points out th e chief hindrances to a true develonmen t of the religion of Christ that baye been encountered by the churches Other articles i in number are A Short Study of Macbeth theactor critic James E who recently They Favor Reciprocity ate a Ticket SAN ANTONIO Sept Repub lican State convention adjourned sine this afternoon nominating thefollowing ticket Governor Webster Flanagan Hen derson Lieu ton antGovernor W K Mc Komson Williamson AttorneyGeneral El Paso Comptroller William Wor tliodd Do Witt Land Commissioner F Jv McDowell Childress D Schmitz Dentou Superintendent of Public Instruction Dr W L Ednor Bexar Tho planform roafflrms adherence to the principles of tho Republican party en dorses tho administration of President Har risen favors reciprocitytreaties with the American States favors tho encourage ment by or otherwise of linesqt ocean transportation with said States en dorses the financial policy of the Govern ment tho Silver bill and favors the Australian ballot and all other proper measures that will render the elections free and honest expression of the will of people A NEW PARTY BORN The Infant Stands on a Platform of TwentyFour Planks ST Louis Sept new political party was born after might last night Tho Na tional Reform party for is is an outcome of the convention that baa been assembled during the past thirtysix hours TUe platform embraces about tyfour planks The abolition of National banks prohibition Government control of railroads uniform marriage laws andpro tests against the alien ownership tariff reform regulation of corporations were among the the sentiments A National Executive appointed consisting of W WJones of Mrs F E Williams of the T TL Mrs S E V Emery Lansing Edward Evans Tonawauda N Main Marion THE VERMONT REDUCTION A Decrease of m the Repub licau V j WHTTK RrvKR JUNCXIOK Sept returns from all the 243 towris in the Statxa show the total vote for PagOf for Brigham and 1216 for all returns make Pages plurality and his majority The same towns ia 1S87 gave Dillingtfam 0J6 Seoley and Dillinghams majority and showing falling off in the The Senate will bo madeup of twentynine Republicans and according to the returns received here Tho HousevWili consist of 177 Republicans and 58 Democrats and 2 Farmers Leagueio with three towns to be boardfrom Milwaulcije Names a The Labor Convention today tnade up mainly of delegates from Milwaukee less than two per cent being from the State at large in ated a as follows Reu1 ben May of Viroqua Lieu tenantGovernor N E Allen Beaver Dam Secretary of State Lyckwood Alfred Geheral Milwaukee i State SuT ir perintendent J W Brodbead r Railroad Commissioner B S Bishop netto Insurance Commigsloner Charleii Hatch Calumet j Idaho BOISE Sept Spec Logan County Convention nominated Edward of Donipban for the State S en ate George Hill and W Armstrong of Bradford theHouse Sheriff Campbell Probate Judge Clerk James A Locke i K WREqiCEBS Coaches Derailed tout One wrotda Short of Hamlet Purse how nien keep iwomeri in liondage for lack of a financial sys an d JIatrimoh y an d tlie StaterV the Rev M iis a word in favorof di vbfce we something at t Wat you J rioVj spit Out got thats were got Tuiu Humph I y us are jrpuiii poor C r AnBAirr 5 night asuccessful was made pn CentralSriewf GreenbushLuckily no ous jpjuries The was on theway I railed up thebruising of eeriousi thati of the cars The Iat4 running tbJrty miles hburjjivhetttt
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