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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATJOW EXCEEDING ALL iX CJTY COMBINED THE MOST EXTENSIVE BEST IN TUX ROCKY MOUNTAIN RECIOPlJj VOL O 239 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THUBSDAT SEPTEMBER 11 1S90 PRICE FIVE Botb PUZZL1UB SITUATIOI Parties Expect to Wyoming ToDay A CAMPAIGN OF MUD AND INTELLECT AH the Saints Go So Goes the State Democratic Gain In the Maine IjegJslature The Indiana Kopiib licauy Kzidortte Harrison aud Kocd Sept to first State olootIon will bo tornorrow A cumuii survey of the situation forces the conclusion thivt It hard to toll which way tho cat will jump Tho principal htir of course boon for tho heads of tickets Francis 1C Warren appointed Governor by President Arthur and ujjuiii by Harrison is at the front of the ftflpubllean column andOyoiKOUaxtcr who was appointed Governor by Cleveland arid removed by tho iarno authority on a of fencinK tho domuin is tVio Demo cratic standard bearor WaiTon has boon a Ilopublloan loader twenty years and Lho acknowledged leader of can Industries and comrneads the policy of proposed in cocnotttion with the pending tarilT legislation Tho platform further urges the passage of the Sllvor Pension bill and commends the mm bill On tho question of labor it favored protection against every form of convict or servile labor the prohibition of the employment of young children in factories and mines protection to railroad cMiiployuees by uniform coupler the aibitrillion of dIOcrcncos with the employer aud condemns the Democrats both in Con tho State Legislature who while regard for tho workingmcn failed to enact ofHclcnt laws on these sub jects Tho platform repeats tho demand for free equal and honest elections in every part of Clio Union favors legislation against allon ownership of land needed for homes for Independent American farmers or Auditor P Walker was nominated Milton Frussler was nominated for Secretary i of Statn For Statistician John Warroll Hcndrlcks county of Public Instruc tion James Henny Morgan county State Goologist James M Coulter Hamilton county Convention was orio of tho largest and most harmonious ever hold by the In diana Republicans Only one place on the ticket required more than one ballot and thn contest in this caso was settled with satisfaction Ilefijrences In tho speeches to Koed Blafno and Harrison woro loudly applauded tho probably receiving tho greater share of handclapping ondorsotuout A WICKED ADMINISTRATION BEPJKW EETURXS Massachusetts Prohibitionists Berate Harrison and the Senate WOUOKHTKB Sept State Prohibition convention assembled this his party fifteen Ho lit shrew I and i morning Tho usual committees wore ap almost unrivaled in the mountains as a politician enterprising and very weulUiy Ho Is a Union veteran It ax tor Is young and rich THs wlfo Is ono of the Tennessee Magucgirls and his brothoi is tho llepublican candidate for Govornor in that Suite Baxter Is resident manager for tho Western Union fJcof Company For rilno years ho has boon prominent In Wyom ing Democratic circles and oommiindcrln cliiof for three years He in also nplrltod graduated from Uest Point and served us a Third Cavalry Llou toriatifi four years Tfo Is a much bettor labile upoakor than his opponent Governor Wanon was sick whon nornl n H tori and has boon hi tho Hold only ten days but directed iho battlo from his bed chamber KxTHlogato Curoy chairman of tho State Republican Committee and a United States SonutoiIf his party wins bson a big toad In tho puddle Tho tirsfc of tho campaign was ono of personal abuseWar rons socfkllod caruoi1 as a boss was aired onndomnod Baxtor had no public record and escaped with being called an aristocrat udiido and a trust man Whim tho mm batteries playod out a sea son of Intellectual warfare was inaugurated and tho Tarll and Force bills woro dis cussed Within tho last woolc tho slanders havo again boon trotted out and tboro aro sonio protty races between tho antidote of truth tho poison of falsehood Curoy has throoj tlrnos boon sent to Wash Ingtou as Dologato tvvloo by good majori ties and once unanimously Still tbo Dom oornts claim tho Htato on a poll of tholr own This onlgnuvtlcal state of aflalrs Is by tho Mormon vote which la tho balance of power in at least two counties Hoth parties think that thoy have tho Saints right this time licnoo both claim tho battlo Ourcy oould always control thorn Bolt through John T Caino Another big factor In tho Binllnglon in torost This corporiLtlon has started two new towns hitoJy In Crook a Doniooratlo county and tho liopubllcans claim that Warron has tho Hurllngton on his side Tho Democratic State Commlttoo chair man ia Oolonol Tluritor a deep clover Scotchman whoso political faith ia as as a well and as high as a towor course ho has ovorlookacl neither tho IHirllngton uer tho tMornions Thoro aro purohasablo voters horo the same ns over but under the modifier Australian system adopted by tho lust Legislature Micro is some trouble in delivering tlio goods Tho elector is placed in u booth with his ballot ami pencil acid God and there ts no toWlng what ho will do Women onjoy tho right of suffrago horo but mostly vote with tho head o tho family so tho thing is a standoff Olurcnoo D Clark a Union Pacific attor ney is tbo IKopublloan candidate for Cou pon of tho Into Clarks election is almost a certainty A torriflo fight Is being made for tlio LcglMlaturo and In tho whole strxigglo tho llopubllcaus aro bettor oqijippod hnd have jnoro money bvit thoir men wore aelootod bocauso known to bo for Caroy for the Senate whilo tho Democrats aro unpledged With mass mootings in full blast in evory town Wyoming is tonight a doubtful State but will bo quite strong ono way or tho other pointed Dr Hlacknor was nominated for Governor by acclamation LieutenantGovernor George Kcinpton of Sharon Secretary of Hialo Goocgo D Crittoiiden of Bucklund AttornityGonoral Wolcott Hanlon of Am hcrst Trcusuror and Kocoivor General William ft Gleason of Boston Auditor Augustus R Smith of Loo Tho Stats Committee reported that thoy had engaged Rov John U flootor of Cali fornia known as tho Blnck Knight of Pro to work In this Stato until tho election Tho platform demands tho elimination of tho liquor traffic irom foreign commerce in tho Interest of Htato and home enterprises Ib Is mt forth that tho Republican party willingly omljodios Its temperance virtues in a ProsUlunt who gives bibulous banquets a VinoPresident who sots up altars to Bac chus Ills own premises and a Senate which refuses to banish King Alcohol from Its OUpltol and places tho loading liquor sellers of the country on its leading com He Endorses Webb and Speaks of the Presidency NETT White Star Line stoamor from Liverpool was sighted outside the bar at p in Two steamers went down the bay tomeet her ouo with a party to greet Depow and the othor to moot Archbishop were on board Thoy woro taken oft without waiting for the Teutonic to reach her pier Among the firstto welcome Dopew General Manager Toucey and Vice President Webb of tho Now York Central road Depew was conducted bolow where ho and Webbhold a consultation Then luncheon was served Loom is of the Now York Central delivered an address of welcome in which lie referred to tho strike Dopew This is about the largest representation of tho organization of the New York Central that during my presidency has been in any one place I take it as a testimony to the fact that tho organization Is a unit in its policy and its action I am not hero to discuss question which has boon so ably discussed by Lootnls but to say that when my two months vacation was entered upon 1 loft tbo manjigemimt of the road in the hands of duly accredited officers whoifl tho director believed Cirlly compclcntto manage it in difficulty that might arise and thoy have demonstrated that that confl dunco has not betjii misplaced I noticed that one of the newspapers that to mo seemed to bo discussing my Presidential chances I wanb to state iust hero that In no movement of my life and in no utterance that make is the Presidency of tho my mind When act is president of I act for tho intorosts of that corporation without any regard whatever to mypolitical chances or POWJJ13RLV WILL SEE SvitACOGis Sept an address tonight Grand Master Powdorly referred to Dupews return and said Uc is on record as saying that the settlement of labor questions lies in Wo will soo now whether ho is prepared to square his actions with his THEHAUM JNyESTIBATIOMi It Is DecidedTiiat the Refrigerator Is Sot on Trial MR COOPER REQUESTED TO EXPLAIN THE COWLESKAIK TRUST SURRENDERS Ho Was Pushing the Claims of Oer tain Attorneys Appor tionment Bill Introduced iu the Crop Reports FORTY TO TWENTYNINE THIS RIIX PASSED TAllTY VOTJE Tho platform further declares for equal sullrugc irrospeoMvo of sox arbitration for international dlllloultlcd liberal fostering of education by tho Governments Stalo and National that tho Senate owes just con sideration to tho farmer whoso intorosts are now sacrificed in favor of monopolists and counterfoil products declares that both tho and Democratic par ties arc dominated by corrupt corporations and no reform can bo expected of Cljera risks that all Prohibitionists of what everviews on tho tniIlT unite In denounc ing the salo of tho Presidency of the coun ry in consideration of the surrender of ovory othorIndustry to tho lordly manufac turers who in ooniiecMon with the liquor ntwrosts control tho Republican party THE MICHIGAN DEMOCRATS Altor a Six Hotmi Discussion the Scuate Completes Its Tariir De moralized HOUHO gross and Gqorgo T Bock Senator tho Democratic nominee Still Pointing With Pride to Cleve lands Aclmiuistratioii GRAND BAIIDS Sopt Democratic Stato Convention met today At tho afternoon session E of Hamburg was nominated for Govornor and John Strong of Moiiroo for Lioutouant Govornor Iroclorlok Brastadt Treasurer A A TCUis ConJa AttoriioyGonoral John W JMcGrath Justlco of the Supremo Court Captain Daniel E Sopor Now Aygo Sucretiiry of Stato Colonel David Baker Miles Commissioner of tho Laud Office Ferris H Fitx Poutlac Supprintondout of Public Instruction and David A Gammond CluuloHo mombor of Stato Board of Education Tho platform reaffirms tho principles of tho Democratic National platform and points with prldo to Clevelands administra tion condemns tho Harrison administra tion on all points favors liberal pensions denounces the Lodge election bill demands preservation of tho public domain for homo stead and actual settlors condemns the policy of giving a bounty to promote com mercial relations with othor countries until relations with those coun tries can bo maintained favors tho crea tion of a merchant marine which can best bo brought about by unrestricted favors a secret ballot lioliovos in tho free and xuilimitod coinage of con demns tho Ixupubllcau party because it de monetized silver and still roCustis tho do of tho people for its restoration to complete equality with gold Tho Mc Kluloy bill Is denounced Sept tho Senate Morgan offered a resolution which went over till calling on the Secretary of the Interior foi1 a statement concerning land claims of tho Northern Pacific also a resolution embodying instructions to the Senate conforccfjou the Laud Iiprfclture bill relating tu Mjolaiuls of tho Northern Pacific and othor compiiniOs which was laid on tho table for future action The Tar I If bill was then token up tho question beIng on hours being allowed to closo tho discussion after which tho vote was to bo taken Uotir referring to tho reciprocity propo sition said thlit ho voted for Hi yesterday with sonio hesitation and should not have dono so If ho had thought the scheme con tained in the amendment was all that was likely to oomp outof Hoar was followed by Mr Hlscock for the Republicans Democrats thoirturn Gibson Tnrpio and Vest speak ing in opposition to thebill Tho vote was then taiion and the 10 nays follows Allen On moron Ciiliom bill Aldrich Hlack Chandler Diiwos Vryo Jlisiiock Iones Mituholl Platt Qniiy Sherman Slownrt Wasliburu Muwloy Hour Allison Casuy Davis 1Iiggins K Sopt the Jttaum in vestigation today Chairman Merrill pro ceeded to pass upon thequestion raised as to the relevancy of the testimony offered yesterday by Cooper relating to the char acter ofthe refrigerator aud the companys stock and ruled it out Lewis a minority mombor entered a pre test against the narrow limitation holdin that tho character of tho stock was one of the counter indictments Bryant of tho Pension Of fice said fcho completed order was to expedite the settlement of some claims and return others More claims hud been adju dicated under the order than beforeit had boon made Uc know of no preference shown any particular attorney by Commissioner Launi Witness said that whilo there had beena larger output of aims under tho new order before there hart been greater haste inthe prepara tion of cases and much rivalry between tho clerks He did not say theworkwas im properly gdonc but called attention to the fact that some examiners wcro disposing of claims in less timo than thoy could bo prop erly tionfiidered The Commissioner wished to know whether Witness had tried to put a stop to it Wit ness replied chat ho had not thought of put ting a stop to it The cases put on the completed files by thooffico selected without Judge Wilson said it had been said that Cooper signed a largo number of blank claims upon the Pension a firm of pension attorneys and like to have Cooper make about i Cooper said lie had1 authorized his olerk to sign a largo number of calls fora pension firm in his district understanding it had boon custom Perhaps therewere 1500 or 2000 calls signed with his name When he came to Washington he spoke to Chief Dprman in the Pension Office about It and he doubted whether ifc was fair to call up cases in that way but he mustact for his constituents Dorman told him to sign slips and ho would do what he could with thcjm did not think the slips equivalent to a Congressional call The1 attorneys ho signed for had boon He at tliattimo had practical control of tho Pension Offiije Witness folfc then and now iihat if he could do anything to help ills people he ought to do ifc He folfc thafc a fair chance withfthe attorneys Cooper to pass upon hjsresolution referred to it to extend tho soopo of tho decision was A Prominent Mexican Figures as CoRespondent LOCKPORT N Sept now phases of the CowlcsHalo scandal have come to light E 3 Hale Cowlcss father inlaw the wealthy Cleveland banker is out with a card that the Buffalo conference was simply a trick OH Cowlcss part to serve him with his papers in the civil suit for in Nevr York State and theother is the suit for absolute divorce brought by Cowles against his wife This is the sensa tion of tho hour Oowles is here at his apartments at tbo Grand and when interviewed on tlio first statement of Hale stated emphatically thjit tho conference was called at the instance o Halos attorneys particularly Attorney M S Gibbon of Montreal to soft if Cowleseoul not be persuaded not to prosecute youii Halo for shooting him hist June Tho Halo were not invited to the conference and thei attorneys woro notified by Cowles before hand that he intended to push tho case fo all there was in it Interviewed about the divorce CoTvloi said I have now a suit for abso lute divorce my wife Alice Halo Cowlos and the papers wcro drawn up yes terday by Mr Ashley Notice will be served by publication in two or three days I would not care now about naminjr the co respondent but he is a prominent resident of Santa Fc N and uot a resident o Tho relations of Mrs Cowles with Kate B Rathbone of Detroit are aLso staccd in the complaint The is cited as a person apparently of the same se as tho defendant She is described as a looking woman of 0 years of ago nnd independently wealthy This intimacy on tho part of Mis Rathbono and Mrs Cowles was a source of groat the liale family Cowles claims that his wife hns repeatedly refused to live with him despite the eJforts ho has made to ns about reconciliations This is blamed to tho irilluencc of Miss Rathbone It was impossible to ascertain tho name of the co respondent in the divorce suit from either Mr Cowlos or Attorney Ashby but it will bo made public in a 1inv days Ho is a very prominent man in Now Mexico and ouo widely known A MINDREADErTS FEAT THE MARVELOUS ALEXANDER JOHNSTON Io Drires Blindfolded Throug1 Crowded Streets Finds a Name oil a llotcl Register and Itoturns Manderson Power Sawyer MISSISSIPPIS NEW HARRISONAND REED The Indiana Kcpublicaus Endorse Their Administration INOIAXAPOLJS Sopt publlcau Stato Convention met morning Hon R W Thompson xf the Navy was made nermanoiit aud spoke at length in review of the history of tho Democratic and Republican parties the tariff etc The platform was then reported Sit en dorses tho administration of Protiidont Harrison und the conduct of Speaker condemns tho Democratic doctrine of free reciprocity approves the Sil ver bill favors tho Lodge bill opposes the alien ownership of land and demands laws to prevent food adulteration denounces trusts and combinations favors reasonable riverand harbor Iinprovemcatsdonouncea the White Gap outrages demands local option approves tho Original Package bill nnd demands tho election of United by popular vote Kvory reference to Rood was greeted with prolonged applause A resolution was adopted for the selection of tho eagle as the emblem of the Republican party to bo used on the ballot provided for by the Australian ballot system A resolution was adopted ordering tho secretary of the convention to fcond a congratulatory telegram to Thonms B Rood formerly of Maine but now of tke United Tho plank endorsing Harrison ia us follows We endorse the administrationof mm Harrisonand tho ablo statesmen so as his colaborers and advisers as I being wise vigorous und patriotic It 1ms i kept the pledges made to the I carefully zealously j their welfare and elevated Ijvtho public s6rvicd approve actionof the Kopubliouus Jn i JReecl They have ragalri proved The Constitutional Convention Dis franchises Nogroes OIITOAQO Sopt San Francisco Chronicle N P Brown a good Democrat from Vicksburg Mississippi who Is Iu the city talked to a reporter today about tho work of tho Con stitutional Convention who has been In ses sion Jackson for several days Tho incorporation of the educational qualifying clause in tho now said he was I admit for tho main purpose of disfranchising the groat majority of tho blacks By it about ouo hundred and twenty thousand negroes will bo debarred from vot aud between ton and fifteen thousand whites but wo In Mississippi have no do siro to have our property to say nothing of ourselves ruled ly ignorant blacks and such white Republican demagogues as havo couto down there and nobody can blame us may be wrong in theory to deprive any living being of his voto but if tho human being is so depraved that ho is ab solutely unable to take caro of himself lot nlouo anybody else be banged Practice Is what wo THE MAINE RETURNS The Democrats Gain Twelve Mem Ihcrsoi the Legislature PORTLAND Sept Tho Advertiser has full Representative rotimis from ten counties in Maine and partial returns from the remnlulug six Tboy indicate a Democratic gain of twelve making the House stand llU Republicans to 3S Sen ate stands 4 Democrats and 21 Republicans Sept The Evening Journal bas practically the whole State footing up Burleigh Clark 2S4S scattering 956 Republican plurality The ro roatning places voted in Republicans 025 Democrats S14 1 OS A Democratic Wrangle qofttiMnrX OonvputiOTi rnetthis npbnXbut failod jMoocly Plumb Sunders Spooncr Stockbridgo roller Wilson Burbour Bates Barry JUuckburn Jlqdgufct Butler Carlisle Gookrull Coke Daniels Faulkner Gorman Gray Harris Hourst Jones Ken mi Pasoc Ransom Reagan Tnrpio Vance Yost Voorhces WrJ thall Tlio following pairs were nnuouncod the first named In each couple hoing in favor of tho bill Dolph and ttrown Edmunds aud Gorman Far roll and Paynis Uale and MoPherson Moriill and Hampton Stanfordand Pcttigrew and Call Aldrich iuovcd that tho Senate insist on its the House bill and ask for a Tho motion was agreed to and Aldrich Sherman Allison Hiscook MoPoersou Vance and Carlisle appoiuted conferees on tho Seuato The Sontttothen udjourued BLouse WAsniNQTON Sept The House was order by pro tern Burrows OFarrell raised the point of no quo rum Tho speaker being unable to count a quorum a pall of tho Hiraso was ordered Tho call disclose a quo rum Mr liaugeu offorofV a resolution for tho arrest of tho absentees lining ton moved an adjournment The motion was lost After further discussion tho journal was read but when the previous question was ordered on its approval tho quorum had again disappeared Haugon resolution revoking all loaves of absoneooxoept on accountof ill ness Flower N the point that the resolution was not In oider and the Speaker pro ton overrulingthe point of order toolc an appeal in sight the House without approving the journal ad journed MERCHANTS MADE HAPPY thorovbolng a tho Tillmans and Organization i ure T1 An Effectual Quietus oh the Obnox of CHICAGO Sept a meeting of the Central Traffic Association today tho lake Shore roacT administered a quietus to the now uniform so far as east bound After tho Grand Trunk and defined their resolutions were adopted rec ognizJng the difficulties ofthe situation arid allowing the useof both forms bill of new one wherein Beyond a doubt this settles tne nevrbill ofladirtg presentfonij Ib is understoodthat a committee headed Gliairmau arrange an early body of the Hoard of Tirade with a view to agreeing upon for a bill of lading mutually adjouined LAND GJIANT Senator Morgan resd lutiondirecting the Senate conferees ou the land grant furfeiburo bill to insist mineral lands granted tho except coal and iron under tho mining laws the same were part of the public domain Whenever the shall relinquish its title to any of theso mineral lands it shall ccivo in lieu thereof an equuLamount of agricultural timber lands The conferees aro instructed further to insjstupon tlio provision declaring that the United States retains tho right to amend the act or to hereafter declare of Northern lands Tie also introduced a resolution calling upon tho Secretary of the Interior for full information respecting the numbprof suits between settlers and tho Northern Pacific the proceedings taken in thorn whether the railroad company has changed the loca tion of any part of its road whether hinds wore reserved along tho lino of thisnew section of road and whether any part road was definitely located time iixed in the charter THE foonnell chairman Committee on eleventh census today in troduced an apportionment bill on abasis of ono Representative for each population This would provide for a total 354 Under the apportion ment Alabama California Colorado Michigan Missouri New Jersey Oregon Texas Washington and Wisconsin would each gain one member and Ohio and Vir ginia would jJ THE WHEAT AVERAGE The National crop report shows that the injury to tbo corn crop reported last month was intensiGed by a the drouth in August until the rains but too late forfull average is 70 against last month lowest 1SS1 The dition of winter wheat at of harvesting arc less favorable than i those of thcHrst of July So far as threshing has progressed the results aro generally disap July average is present general average ot spring wheat is also reduced from to The average for wheat of both kinds In 1SS8the September averagefor both CnriCAGo Sept Johnston thomiudreador performed a feat in this city today which eclipses all similar records Me has boon doing many remark able things bore and his manager decided to attempt tho same test that resulted in the death of tho wellknown mind render Bishop in New of finding a name in a register and pronouncing it A committee of wellknown newspaper men drove in a hack from the Auditorium Hotel to tho Grand Pacific by a circuitous route and going to the register selected a name Leaving ono of uhoir number In charge of the register they returned to tho Auditorium where Johnston had remained i in the custody of another committceman Thoy then bandaged his eyes securely Johnston the n box carriage and drove blindfolded to the Grand Pacific avoiding the audkthousands of vehicles on tho way rushed to the register turned the rapidly found the name repeated it gave the number of tho page and the date of tlio month On Lis way back to the Auditorium John ston was taken with a severe chill which throw him into a cataleptic fit The phy sicians at first pronounced him dead but working over him two hourslife was perceptible Tonight tho mind reader is resting comfortably but is exceed ingly weak NEW YORKS EJECTION LAW The Chicago Gas Monopolists Will Accept Any Terms CHICAGO Sopt Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Gns Trust has at last weakened and is now be fore tho city administration in the position of a suppliant offering to agree to any rea sonable terms in regard to tho price of gns to tho public that the city may dictate Tbo surrender of tho trust is the outcome of many months of jigitation in the Coiincil and elsewhere For a long time tho Council or some promi nent members of it have been urging Indi rectly upon the corporation counsel tho ne cessity of bringing proceedings in the courts for iho forfeiture of tho franchises of tho different companies forming trust About months ngo a committee of the Council appointed to look into tho ques tion o the price charged the public for gas and that connniueo was informed by tbo law department that the Oity Council has no logal right to IIx the price of gas no matter how glaring the inequalities wore There was no doubt as regards the for while tho trust supplied the city with gas at the rate of SJ per 1000 cubic feet it insisted on charging tho private consumer The committee finding itself powerless so reported to the Council and tho agitation against the trust grow stronger than ever The attack at last told Tho trust found stocks wcro deteriorating in value ovory fresh attack in tho Council affected the market ajd in addition it at last awakened to the fact that the lawdepart ment was iu earnest and that there was danger of tho threatened qui icarranto pro ceedings being successful and tho monopoly itself financially broken uji so its president today had a long conference with the City Comptroller aud thelaw department tho result of which will be a coucossion of any price the city may name for all consumers Tlie Mows flcnaeed by Two Hundred Bostilcs IDAHOS SETTLERS ARMING THEMSELVES A Company of Cavalry Dispatched to the Scene of Threatened Out Settlers Propose to Exterminate tho Cheyenncs Uu less They Behave THE GRANT MONUMENT The York design Design of the New Memorial Selected NEW Soot Dis Francisco Chronicle of John H Duncan for Grants monument hero is accented Tho design of tho architect has been lo create a building that will be characteristic of the purpose for which it is intended To attain this purpose tho most severe typo of Grecian ireliHecturo boon followed Before the I main entrance will stand an equestrian statue The main edifice will be 100 feei square at the foundation and will rise to an extreme bight of over IOO It will rest on a base formed by rising tiers of steps The interior will resemble somewhat the tomb of The ceiling terminates n a lofty dome The qrypt is destined jontain two coffins which may be viewed brough a circular opening on a level of The ornamentation will con orm with the conoral character of tho building The summit of the edifice will bo unfunded by a round colonnade which is lesigned to give it an air of completeness ither granite or marble will be chosen for he building material BOISE Cirr Idaho Sept to Shoup has rsoeivod a dispatch from Mr White an old frontiers man and Indian lighter living nt tho Mead ows at the upper end of Locg valley ia Boise county near Salmon river of an alarming state of affairs among tho Indiana at that place The Meadows is an old camping ground of tho Nes Perco Indians who used to stop there on their way from the Wilows to Camas prairie iu North Idaho Tho Noz Force Indians of Chief Joseph captured in the war of 1S87 were returned to the reservation near Lowiston a few years ago against the earnest protest of the citlaons especially of Camas prairie and Salmon river tho scene of tho savaga butcheries of that war Tho whole tribe arc much discontented sullen at tho treatment they have received the death of braves loss of stock and have been heard to threaten tho whites and vow vengeance on them White said that over 200 Indiana are now camped at the Meadows with 400 ponies many squaws and papooses A number of warriors are repotted in war paint Tho squaws tell the settlers that tho warriors will if they are not FIGAROS REVELATIONS Duchess Gave to the Boulanjtjists LONDON Sept 10 of the Paris Fiyaru show that tho Duchess gave to the Bouluhgist cause but did not mix herself up in the petty intrigues of the Iu aninterview she confirms all that Maranie said concerning her part in the affair and adds that she arranged tho interview the Comte Paris at Gen era Boulangers request Ostensibly it was an accidental meeting between tho Comte Do Paris and Boulanjrer at her hotel Tho Duchess Dirzes speaks somewhat bitterly of Boulangers lack of courage The Paris correspondent to tho London Times says everyone mentioned in the rev elations suiters more or less in honor ex cepting the Duchess Duzes who without hope of receiving any return appeared to desire to play tho role of a pecuniary Joan Tho Meadows aro peopled with Eastern folks who aro much alarmed at tho hostile talk ami appearance of tho Indians They aro arming themselves leaving thois ranches and flocking to tho center of tho valley Long valley is isolated and help is hard to get to tho relief of tho people White a coolheaded frontiersman fears trouble as the band is composed of the hos tile Key Perces who took part in the atroci ties on tho Salmon river when Bovine Ben edict and tho wife and children of Jnck Manuel woremurdered and burned The alarm of tho settlers is justifiable Last Saturday one company of cavalry from Boise under Captain SI array set out for Long valley on a pleasure trip When Governor Shoup received the news of possi ble Indian trouble ho dispatched Murray to hasten by forcedmarches to tho Meadows to keep tho Indians in check also counsel ing the settlers to moderation and not1 to1 provoke Indian many in out of the way places might be butch ered as iu the war of 1SS7 also to the In dian Agent at Lowiston to use all caution in getting the Indians back on their reserva tion Governor Shoup himself with caution out says ho hardly thinksaf fairs w311 come to open hostility and blood shed but proposes to take ail necessary steps to secure the safety of the WORLDS FAIR MATTERS A Tain chief jain arrived1 tljis New ja t o T doolc an n niber of welcomed The National Commission toMeet Next Blonday OniOAGO Sept committee on permanent of the National Commissioners of the WorldsPair decided tprdayto make a personal visit of inspec tion to Jackson 1ark aiid its outiie sur and lb is reported tonight that many members of this cbrii mittec as well as other conimissioners who are in of opinion thatthe entire Worlds Fair son Park of fine arts whioh may bo the Lake Front The contestovcrthe directorgeneialship is now assnmming an every Commissioner sought after infavor of the dates Its First Application Creates Con fusion at the Polls NEW YORK Sept Dispatch Francisco Chronicle State election law adopted by the Legisla ture of 1890 after years of public clamor for ballot reform had its first practical test in the State at a local election in the village of Far Rockaway yesterday It cannot be said that the test was a fair one and gen eraldissatisfaction is manifested by the village voters more due to the imperfect manner in law was administered than to any material defectsin the new sys tem Many politicians of Noiv York went down to see how the new system worked That the confusion which prevailed from the opening to the closing tho polls the jquarrcls and bickering between the election officers and the voters and the blunders and disgust thereby occasioned were all due to the inefficiency and iucompetency of the election officers ivere universally admitted ExAssemblyman Hines was the second voter to come inside tho rail Ee received the two ballots entered tho booth and re turned with his ballots properly folded in just half a minute When asked why he did nob remain in the booth the three min utes required by the law be said that such a law was unconstitutional and that he would stay hefound it necessary Evidently his opinion wis shared by all the for not many of them re mained in the booths the required length of time No attempt was made to enforce this part of the statute of Arc CUSTOMS OFFICERS FOOLED Prepaying Bond Interest NKW Yonic Sept of Secre taryW5ndom to prepay one years interest and 4 per cent bonds went into cfiecfc today brought a flood of bonds to the suotreasury as soonas the were opened In the Crst hour over werepresented aud more were broughtin before the closo of business The officials have been notified that a block of bonds wiUbe presentedFriday and other notices swelling the total in sight to are already received Agricultural Hazers v LANSING Sept Francisco Chronicle Series first case of occurred afctbe Agricultural College fora long on Ten sppho iiiorcs took afrcshniannamed his bed and dragged hhrithrough the river Austin1was The faculty othoirs The y York Inundation 1S50 visited theivallpy ot Conistep this a up r ain ingheavily tipnal niuchiti4 wliich willTap held resenting the govern mentof cquhty will be present at tills H was Hesaid Keuubliciiii r of projection to Aiiieri t ii Mprrills Successor Nominated pour o f j aJ few resultsjj if The Medhtirst Collection of Jewels Appraised at NJHTTT Yoaic Sept Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Series diamonds and other precious stones which were seized from William H Modhurst a passenger of tho steamship Tower Hill from London were appraised yesterday at the Custom House The estimate placed upon them at the time of the seizure was Tho appraisal made them worth The gems are paste Mr Medhurst nonchalently said that when the confiscated jewels were put up at auction he would out bid anybody elso to regain possession of them Eo did not speak without reckoning Ho will probably get the gems for about S7 or In tho meantime Medhurst al though a newcomer has the laugh on tke FOUGHT EIGHT ROUNDS Jim KijtLtower Knocked Out by the Texan ST JOSEPH Sept Dis Francisco Chronicle Jim Hightower of Minneapolis and Harris Martin of El Paso Texas fought eight rounds with threeounce gloves Jn the amphitheater at Wyatt Park tonight in the presence of a thousand people for a purse of The fight was lively and al most even up to thethird round when High tower broke his right thumb on Martins head When the ninth round WHS called Hightowcr was unable to respond to the call of time Tho fighi was the bustever witnessed here TIIE N1EVT ZEALANDKR Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Jack Dempsey has acceptedthe challenge of Bob FiiHtsimiBons of New Zealand to fight afif teetiround glove the Puritan Club for A Juvenile Elopement NEW YORK Sept Dispatch Francisco Chronicle ONcil and Sadie aged 13 and 11 years Frank Levi aged 15 and Irving Hageman aged 15 all of Pittsburg eloped last Thursday and came here arriving Frir day Theyengaged lodgings as brothers and the girls occupying a room up stairsat No 37 the boys one dovyn Torday all but Hagenfan who has disappeared were taken into They will be sentiiome A MON7TANA MURDEU If the Indiana Did It There Be War CITY Sept telegram was received today by the Coroner from Tongue River Agency notifying him tbat a murder had boon committed and the body was awaiting his arrival The telegram gave no further particulars but taken in connection with a letter received yesterday it is supposed to account for the disappear ance of Hugh Boyle a young who has been missing from Lame It is thought here thai ho was murdered by Indians It was only last Saturdayfchat the Indians arrested on suspicionof the murder of Robert Ferguson last May were turned loose because of lack of evidence and the oyle mujder following so closely arouse tho white settlers aboutthe Cheyenne Reservation to war They had declared this summer that if another white man were killed thoy would senctv their women and children out of thecountry together with the cowboys war of extermination on tho Indians This they are abundantly able to do THE BOLD Ibr of time obeying Crusbed byithe Wheels ROCK SPRINGS Sept to TRIBUNE at 6 oclock a boy named Phillip Crispin was run over by the westbound and liad both legs taken off JIe Avastry ing to mount tho train by grasjiing when only 10 years It isytlioughtthat he hour He Holds Up a Montana Stage a Small Sura y BUTTE Sept to Butte and Champion stago coach was held up this morning in Brown gulch about sixteen miles by ono masked man Andy Granger Daniel Meany and a lady whoso name the driver did not know were passengers inythe stage The bo Id bad man backed by a Winchester demanded Granger and Meany to hold up their hands and climb down out They the conimaad wbon on the ground they were ordered to take off their coats and vests andpiace v them in front of their bandit This they did and were then allowed to retire while the wearing apparel was despoiled all valuables consisting of a gold and chain and tihesuroi of in cash As soon as the satisfied that he all of theirloose effects he ordered both ot the men to take up v clear out The lady fnotx Lloyd sent men oiit lasv pursuit of the Mrs McGinty Found Giiiltyv act Dispatch Pacific ipo 1500Ceases of irall n ipolis wnjaemning Tboyeottiag r BAy IM V y turned a verdict of guilty Slip was rernatfdcd for iv five minatjesof thetime sbp verd ictv hr only   

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