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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING ALLTHE BOTHERDAILIES 1 CTY COMBINED l THE MOST EXTENSIVE j ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION VOL 239 SALT CITY AY KOKJSrnSTG SEPTEMBER 12 1890 PBICE FIYE CESTTS FROM ABRI s Export Grain Trade Threat ened With Disaster THE FIGHTING MAKD1 OF WEST AFRICA Ono of them represents iJompard whom TSyraud takes every oppor tunity to injure as slipping the nooso around tho neck of the unfortunate Gouffc Crabrlelic who was heartbroken at not being allowed to view the celebration of the four teenth of July has long since rocovoredher and sings all day long Tlie Son of a Nubian Slave Gives tho iirench Serious Kevo lutlon hi Triple American Singers Triumph LONDON Sept dispatch to tho News rom Odessa A vcrifabio panic pre vails among tho South Ituaslan grain cx porters owing to tho unprecedented rapid rlso in tho value of roubles Tho whole Russian export trade is Though thu harvest In good no doubt tho fiouHon will close with a general crash Two Sou thorn exporters havo already failed Tho government policy of raising tho tariff is suicidal THU MAfim OIMHE WEST An InfluentialFanatic Who Threat enw tho French LONDON Sept Sari Francisco Chronicle Iri dignatlon Is oppressed in Franco over tho fact that Samudoo tho socalled West of Africa Mahcli who mado a treaty of friendship with tho English followed up by purchasing from tho British a largo quantity of guns and cartridges and there upon proceeded to attack tho French Not withstanding his guns bo got tho worse of the fight ills favorite commander Savas Iash a killed in a handtohand con tost with a French lloutonantbf tho Sonogal oso troops Satnudoo Is now engaged In rousing tho people of western Soudan Tor an attack on tho Ho is said to bo as peculiar an Individual as tho original Mahdf who caused HO much troubles to Lho British in Borr In tho Kingdom of mother was a Nubian siava of an Arab Hii fathor took good caro of him and grow up ho bociamo imbued with tho that if was his mission to restore tin1 supremacy of tho prophet in western Tho King of Borneo noticing that tho young man WHS ambitious ordered hlrn to bo clucapltatod as a lesson to ambitious was warned a friend said to havo boon ono of tho sultanas and flod Honogal Thoro ho curbed his fanat icism under Christian protection until dis turbances In Borneo tempted him to return Tho cllssatlsflod element accepted him as a loader and ho mado himself master of tho country displaying tto Ilttlomilltary ability Thn ing of Ho tnoo was ono of hia prisoners sat down to his first dinner in the Roy Palace with the Monarchs head on a plate buforo him Flo is now master of a considerable sharo of Wosfc Africa and tho British havo boon glad to purchase his friendship The Triple Alliance Renewed LONJJOK Sept Chronicle corres pondent at Vienna says It Is rumored that Italy Austria and Germany have signed a convention renewing the Triple Alliance for five years A Federation Scheme Adopted BiosfET Sept Legislative Assem bly J7 to II has adopted Sir Henry Parks scheme for Australian federation A PKEAOHKR JILTED Gives A Millionaires Daughter Society a Shock PROVIDE WE R Sept Francisco Chronicle of Rev J A Atwood rector of St James1 Episcopal Church of this city by Miss Eva Davis tho millionaires daughter 4as thrown exclusive social circles Into a whirl of excitement They were to havo bom married this morning and elaborate preparations had been made for tho wed ding guests who had been Invited In cluded all tho loaders of society and the unexpected announcement that tho wed ding would not tako place was a severe blow to them Tho fact that tho bridegroom to be is a poor man whllo tho lady who has jilted one of the wealthiest persons in tho State has furnished to some an ex planation of the causes of tho separation but those who know the family havo been awaro that tho match had from tho first been strenuously up posed by the ladys rel atives TROTTERS AND PREACHERS ATlMESIJUteDDOGUfflEHT Coroners Verdict oa the Death of the Mormon Prophet A DESCRIPTION OF THE BULLET WOUNDS THE FICKLE COUNTRY MAID The Jury Found That Joseph and Hyrum Were Killed by Persons to Them Paper Un doubtedly Genuine THIS SOUTHAMPTON STRIKERS T1IJTC NOVttf QUESTION MKTHODIST BiSFOXlK A What Was the Object of the Creator In Providing Men With Fleet Morses Asku a Jlorsoy Parson They Conclude to Go to Work at a Fenny Advance SOUTHAMPTON Sopt strikers aro more quiet and no riotous demonstrations havo been rnado Tho polloo Issued tho order forbidding tho holding of processions and tho loaders oJ tlio strikers promised to seo It oboyocl At a oonforonco of strikers this afternoon It was docklod to roturii to work on oon casslon olYorcd a fortnight ago One of the leaders said tho fact that tho strike had boon proHtfltatoO without authority of tho London executive procludod a hope of suo A resolution to rcsuino work was fiorcoly opposed by tho minority lo upset tomorrow Tho concession If coptod moans an advance of ono penny an hour Troops arc still in attendance but no trouble is anticipated Tho Pelican Club a LONDON Sopt Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle tlon was applied for today to restrain tho Pelican Uhtb which has been tho scene of tho SmlthJaksou and DIxonWuilaco lights from giving entertainmentsof a character likely to cause annoyance to tho residents who havo iComplalned that tho night was xnado hideous by aud smoking often lasting till 4 and 5 oclock in tbo niornlng so thattho pttpplo living near club oouid got no sloop durhjg season tho steward of the club made an ailidavlt denying tho allogatlou of nuisance Marquis Quoonsbury Lord Cals don and a niiinbor of police officials and others declared that the Polloan was a quiet and respectable establishment ACtor tho statements of both parties were given tho hearing was adjourned the Judgo be foro whom tho Injunction was brought MUSKEOON Sept Francisco Chronicle Tho District Conference of tho Methodist Episcopal Church which assembled here yesterday morning has on its docket the case of Jiov J W Arnoy the liberalminded Methodist Minister of Savanac who owns and speedy horses and not many ago gave a littlo rob of his own Tho reverend gentleman has boon tilted to ex plain his ooiidnot and the fact that the Kinplus furids from tho mooting woro ap plied to tho reduction of tho church debt has not tended to assuage tho wrath of hia older brethren Hoth tho Bishop and the Presiding Elders havo pleaded with him abolish stable but Pastor Arnoy takes thoground that tfiwa Is nothing in divine writ which prohibits a preacher of the word from admiring Gods creation in tho matter of fibotfooted animals and despite tho demonstrations ho has nob only maintained bur also increased his stable tho formal charges have bcon pre sented Kistor Arney will jtsk the conference to dotorrnlno for what purpose tho Creator gave to man animals sleeker better looking and of greater speed than others of tho it wore that hoMntoudod that thoir superior ability should bo manifest in thought ofall This query is likely to prove a poser for tlio conference and If that body is onoo inclined to concede that there must havo boon some ulterior design in creating fleettooUxl animals then it will havo been considered also by a theological conference that it is also right to donion strata nnd exhibit tho superior abilities of tho superior class of the spoolos in Pastor Arnoy himself is not at all worried fiver outlook Ills flock at Savaimo sticks by him and ho knows it Ho has preachedmany a sormon and drawn many a moral lossou from his stable and in so doing ho says himsulf lie lias brought forth fruits moot for repentance As to the right of tho conference to tako action in tho mat cor Pastor Arucy says Tho church oan not dictate to mo what I shall do or what I shall not do beyond a certain limit I am not going out of my way in tho least to apologize or to attempt a vindication X havo done nothing wrong and am per fectly willing by tho result If 1 soo fit to give another horso race iu the future thatis my alVair and J do not con codo that a church has any right to intor foro with mo so long as 1 serve my people as a His congregation Is very fond of him and backs hi to through thick and thin iu tho contest G15OKGJE B CFIISHOIjM DEAD CARTHAGE Sopt Francisco Clironide An interesting discovery was mado by Thomas B GrlfDtb a pioneer citizen while hunting among a pile of rubbish in one of tho courthouse jury rooms It Is the original Coroners verdict on the killing of Joseph and Hyrum Smith at the old Carthage jail on Juno 28th 1844 The verdict reads as follows We the jury having been duly sworn by George W of Hancock county diligently to inquire and a true presentment mako in what manner and by whom Joseph Smith and Hyruni Smith whoso dead bodies were found in and at the jail of Hancock county on the 2Stb day of Juno to their deaths after having hoard the evidence and upon full Inquiry concerning the facts and a careful examination of the said bodies do find that tho deceased came to their deaths by vio lonco and that tho body of the said Joseph Smith has upon it the following marks j towit AWound of a bullet near hherlght breast and another in the right shoulder and that tho said Hyrum Smith has tho following marks towit A wound in tho throat by a bullet and a wound in the abdomen Inflicted by personor per sons to the jury Unknown and which the jury find to bo tho cause of their Tho document is signed by WesleyWil liams Franklin Griffiths Anthony George 0 Waggoner Peter Bioan George Bachman Thomas Bar nett Elam S Freeman John Maherman Simoon Pen nook Samuel GUpiiv Endorsement of tho jury on an inquest upon the bodies of Joseph Smith and Hyrum October 25 A 3S44 J W BXUIUONSTOE Tho document appear been fliod until four months after tho kill ing and the can be no doubt as to its genuineness It is written on an excellent quality of oldstylo lino foolscap faintly ruled and by So far as known tlio only person now living who was on that jury is Mr George C Waggoner of Pilot Grove township Mr Griffiths who foiind tlie paper saw the Smith killing He was a member of the Carthago Grays the jail The Parson and Groom Were There but Where EJsrpoiiT N Sept Francisco Chronicle Miss Lizzie Bennett who was to be Mrs Monroe at 2 oclock yesterday was Mrs Voorhees at 5 oclock thesame afternoon For a long time past Fred Monroe a young man employedon a farm near Bradfords corner about five miles from this place has been paying market attention to Miss Lizzie Bennett About six weeks ago theywere engaged to be married and the day ami time were set for yesterday at 2 oclock at the home of the brides psrents Miss Bennett is probably one of the hand somest farmers daughters In this vicinity All the arrangements were and half an hour before tho time appointed for the ceromony yesterday Rev Mr Wheeler called and a few moments later Monroe put in an appearance He asked for his be trothed and Mrs Bennett went up stairs to call her Receiving no answer Mrs Ben nett went to her daughters room and was surprised to find that Lizzie was Her dresses trunk and other articles woro miss Mrs Bennett imparted the sad news to Monroe who almost went into hysterics and after searching tho house wentto almost most every neighboring house askingfor After a loug time the young man returned heartbroken It was found after a while that George Voorhees a farm hand living was missing Then the story cameout that Lizzie Bennett had eloped with Voorhees and that they had taken the train for New York Voorhees had prevailed to elope with him inhor weddingdress Lizzie stole out jumped into his was quickly driven to Mr Wheeler tied tho knot ILAIMED BY BOTH SIDES M Yet Known Who Captnrcd Wyoming REPUBLICANS WIN THE LEGISLATURE Somebodys Blunder Disfranchises Many Montana Repub licans Renominate Nevada Candid 3Iis sissippi Tillman Nominated THE DIRECTORGENERALSHIP OONTKST PROMISED CHICAGO FISH CALLS IT A The Bears Put Up the Attack on the Australian Weaken bcpt oi tho labor unions aro holding u private con foronco Xor tho purpose of looidlug upon a basis upon which to approach the employ ers with a viow of affecting a settlement In consequence of tho strike 7000 aro out of work in the Newcastle district Sept strikers in the shipping tvado aro weakening The military forco will be The Sulrnij Wins TANGIER Sept Sultan of Moroc cos forces havo had a battle with the molrs in which tho latter woro defeated with heavy Joss Tho Zemmoira by surprise and woro completely routed famous chief Ohammou was cap tured A Swiss Revolution revolution has broken out in canton of Ticino owing to a differ enoe of opinion tho revision of tho Constitution Thmo members of the cantonal government havo been imprisoned Ono has been killed and tho others tied Troops beon sent to the scono Net tic Canpen tors Discovery LONUON Sept Sim Francisco CJtronidc Carpenter tho American violinist has won smuch notoriety by jilting wealthy George ThirdOeld to whom she was to havo been married yesterrlay Her ovplanal Ion is that she had diseovprod she him Sighted Sept United States ship with John Ericsson Bprnhoim Inland this mornlngl She vis expeotcd to arrive horo tomorrow ovenifag The flxcd Sunday afternoon Biographical Sketch of a Noted Con federate Diplomat OETIOAOO Sept B Ohisholm a famous politician and diplomat of theSouth oriy Confederacy diod at tho Gllsey House When Mason nud Sllddell were dlspatchoil to Great Britain Chisholm was sent after thorn by way olf Canada as an omorgency man Ho was the only ambassador to roach tho English shores and ho was tho first agont of Confederacy to warn Davis that his contest was a hope less ono llofcurnlng to tho United States ho was ouo of tho first to develop tho mining resourcesof tho South Ho opened up a lodo south of Louisville and after wards selling a portion of his interest to Henry Co of Honry Meigs in California Ho was asso ciated with Melgs iu iis Peruvian mining and raJlroad outorprtsos Until 1SS5 ho op erated in Paolilc Coast mines His will it is understood transfers his interests to his two children Hope Voruon Chisholm of Ar and his son of St Louis His body will bo sent to Kentucky for OniOAao Sept Prosiclent Fish of the Illinois CoriOral who rcturnedto the city today was intorvlevred regarding the circular which recently appeared in the press that sonie stockholders were criticis ing his management etc He said in Tho said to be circulated among security holders was up from tho original manuscript in the oiJBco of the Now York papot1 in which it appeared I caused a most exhaustive research to be mado and so far have not found a security holder to whom the circular was sent I am sure I know the persoiis who engineered the document They did not caro particularly to depress tho IllinoisCentral securities but wanted to cause a decline in tbo whole list Tho attempt was partially succossf ul The whole tblng was what is called a The forthcoming annual report will show an increase In tho gross and tho finances of thoToad as a whole aro in bettor condition than in Mr Fish docs not thick thero will be any radical change in directory nor that ho will be ousted from the presidency THJE FLAG REMAINED ANOTHER CENTRAL WKECK Sandersons Trijiinph LONDON Brussbls oorres pondcnt of Ih6 Times Sybil San tlio young American singer iap pcrtred opera thlj city and scoroda brilliant Trains Collide With Disastrous Kesults Sept No trains have arrived hero from Now York sinuo to night Vowiug to a disastrous wreck at Schon inilos below this city on tbe York Central Tho railroad officials horo say an extra freight train collided with a regular f reign t train owing to a placed switch and a few tsars left the track it hac boon learned from other sources hoVeyor that thewrouk was very disas trous two engines ton oars and a caboose itpso as to cover the passenger weJl aa freight tracks jjator advices show that uo one was killed had ooth legs crushed and is not expooted to live but no one else was A Canadian Major Infuriated by the Stars and Stripes Sept Dis Francisco Chronicle When tho Industrial Exhibition was opened yesterday by the Earl of Aberdeen a very handsome United was ing from one ondof the grand stand Upon noticing Gray who is a briga tlioCanadiaii militia ordered the flag to be taken down This was done amid a gooddoiil of hissing and cheering by those who noticed tho act As soon us Manager Hill of the exhibition hoard of the occurrence ho ordered tho flag to be agrJn hoisted andthis was in plaoo Major Gray the grounds boiling witlirTage ordered the flag of an alien people tobe torn from the flagstalT This refused to Jo claiming to be as loyal Major and besides ho said it was onlya gracefulcom plimtmtto people who every 3ear visited tlie exhibition in largo num bers Tho come before tho board of diroctorstormorrow for decision The Californians Mold a Worlds Fair Convention and Oppose the Dual Commissioner McDonalds Views CTTICAGO Sept principal topic at tho Worlds Fair Headquarters today was tho selection of a DirectorGeneral Gen eral D H Hastings of Peunsylvania arrived this morning aiid is understood tobo work ing for the position Goshorn rectorGeneral of the Centennial can hardly be called a candidate is possible that if the honor weretenderedhim unanimouslylie might accopt ExCon gressmah George lv Davis of Chicago prominently mentioned G UATEEil AliA AND MEXICO ALT ON Strong sentiment a por tion at least of the that the dual site is an unfortiiriateseption and the mattor will dis cnssod next So said Hon Mark McDonald of nia a Worlds Fillr large When shown byour Associated Piess TOr portou a synopsis of the Worlds Fair iQon vontiou today at San Francisco Mr Donald of tho Con vention emphasises tho I found in talking before coming here witliileaditig the PaclOo Since reach ing Chicago I expressed myselfto The local talk herb necessity for n division of I the site Olse a of fthc city may defeat tho proposed issue of municipal bonds in aid of the great is simply absurd and utterly unworthy of Chicago The fair Is worth to tho city in investments that willbe made hero and money spent here in hundreds ways by tho visiting multitude the fair should be hold the lake shore the coolbreeses marine displays and no dnd of other reasons but that is noToaLiso for cutting up the fair and putting apportion miles away from the There is any desired quantity of waterfront at Jack son Park and right there is fair should bo wholly v THE CALUrOnNIA PROTKSi SAN FRANOISCJO Sept from every county intho State and in any com industrial and other organizations met today pursuant to a call for fornia Worlds Fair convention Addresses wore made setting necessity of Llhe adequate representation of alifuruia at bho Worlds 1893 It was decided that a bill bo drafted for pre sentation to the Legislature asking propriatlon sum not to be aised by three annual tax levies On motion of M Young resolutions were adopted declaring that tbo convention protests against a dual that tho jlaciug of the agrieultural xlubits several miles from vtbo attractive features of the oxhibibJtion will be preju dicial to the interestsof the State Also a rcsolutionfavoring a the California display andV separate from all the departments of the Sept to Republicans and Demo crats claim tbo Governorship The latter are about ready to concede the Legislature The result will be known by tomorrow night when tho returns corae in from tho doubtful Mormon counties Six of tho eight districts in this county show Democratic gains over two years ago Tho new Aus tralian system is satisfactory though im perfect No trouble SWKETWATHH COUNTS SAFE ROCK SPRINGS Sept to Springs has taken the day of tho first State election as a holiday All tho mines are idle toth here and at Hopkins Blairtown and Vandyke The business houses and bank had closed doors ail day and tho streets havo been crowded with people It is said a full vote was There has been no disorder of any kind and the day has been remarkable for lack of inci dent It is not possible to give any figures tonight as at this hour p not more than ballots have been counted Notwithstanding the unusual strength of the Democratic ticket Sweeiwater county is conceded to tho Republicans for at pres ent the vote counted is two to ono in favor of the Republicans Every one expresses satisfaction at the Australian system of balloting WAKREN CAniUiSS EVANSTON Sept to county will give Warren 500 majority and Clark TOO Tbo Legislative ticket isprobably Republican by less major ity than tho above figures HOW TFIJ3 IJKETimTSN VOTED EVANSTON Sept to prominent Mormon from Salt Laics says people aro voting the Re publican ticket Its hard but let her go MANY VOTERS DISFRANCHISED CHBYMNNE Sept first State election in Wyoming camo oil enthusiasm was shown but it Isdoubtful if the vote will bo found ballot system was for first time and new registration1 system Until few days itwas understood the law contained words to the effect that when through absence or illness anybody failed to register they bo permitted to swear in their votes on olectiou Although a clause to this effect passftd both Houses of tho last Legislature and appeals for some unaccounta it fails to appear in the enrolled copy of or in tho printed copy The omission disfranchises a largo number of voters 1888 the total vote cast was Carey for Delegate in Congress re ceiyiug a majority of At this timo it is very difficult to tell much about the Some precincts are over 150 miles from tho county seat and comparatively little can be heard from them The Republicans claim the State by 1500 while the Democrats claim it by from 800 to 1500 This is on the Governorship under tbe actof October 2 iSSS bo re opened for entry by actual settlors is heartily endorsed A strong plank is inserted to tho effect that Government must not issue patents for Montana mineral lands to the Northern PaciUc Railway but that that company must be held strictly to the of its land grant from which mineral lands woro expressly excluded Tho attention of the Montana delega tion at Washington is directed to the expediency of extending to Montana tho provisions of tbe law which is now limited to tho States of Washington nnd Oregon which permits tho acquisition of timber lands on the public domain by purchase from the General Government The course of Representative Carter and Senators Sanders and Tower in Congress is warmly endorsed The platform Insists that tbe school lands of the State be care fully preserved for the purpose for which they were setapart Stringent legislation for tbe protection of tho lives of miners is favored The Australan system of voting adopted last year is strongly commended as enabling every lawful voter to cast his ballot without fear and havo it counted without f rand Tho at procinct 34 perpetrated by tho Democrats is denounced and the Republicans arc congratulated on having exposed and overthrown it Governor Toolo is arraigned and de nounced for arbitrary exercise of power during the last Legislative session and the Republican Senators and Representatives are praised for the firm and manly stand they took Tho platform closes with a surprising do nunciation of the National Democratic party for its position on all tho prominent ques tions of tho day and especially for its pro nounced hostility to the great New West as shown by its Free Trade and AntiSilver bills NEW MEXICAN STATEHOOD The Democrats Object to a Constitu tion Prepared by Republicans SANTA FE N M Sept to vigorous campaign has beeii already opened on the question of tho ad mission of New Mexico to Statehood under the Constitution formulated by tho con vention a year ago The convention was formed almost entirely of Republicans and tho Democrats a party will oppose the adoption of tho Constitution which is to bo voted upon by tho people October th chiefly on the grounds that tho Legislative apportionment is not fair to them that it confers too much power upon tho Legisla ture and does not make adequate provision for the schools TheRepublicans deny that and will make a strong effort to have tlio tho Constitution of Delegate to Congress of county officials an tho it isconceded tur largely on the fate of the Constitution METALLIC CONFERENCE Tellers Resolution Directing President to Arrange It Hie NORTON SENT ABROAD AS AM EXPERT Teller Says the Drop in Silver Is Only Scenes in the Kama Committee Says Cooper Is a Dirty Senatorial Programme any TO RESTRICT NEGRO SUFFRAGE CARTER RENOMINATED Neither Wants AVar nnd the Report Is Unfounded CITY OF MEXICO Sept reports of a probable war botween Guatemala and Mexico are unloundoci today to see Tho Secretaryvof that he did not and Guatemala her industries The Guatomalau Minister here referred to his former which he said reasori feel grateful towardMexlco for perfect nentrality suppressed the intended rovqlutionfof the The press iinanim pxisl vr attacks the United f n n frWn t5 o the States Government ruudia affair V Bar Killed While Drunk evening ahU Nick Stehmity audHeller city for the of securing This their wer fonnd about Senator r NEW Dispatch tor cided the appoint ment tlioPresident asone of theCom ior t hero lasc ibriwhen they siurted dnitheir fatal Successor only of by the President of Chief to act as First As sIstantPoSitmasterGeueralfor a period of ten successor to Olarkison is appointed Afw Mane Burning jt Q iA flre Ai St 11 oclock npidly and the The11 audso far is uu flwnea v I started i flwnea Russell Sajre Puts Up the Money at Six Per Cent TTEW YORK Sept Dispatch Francisco Clironide Talmage has go t his money and the Taber naclo will be finished within sixnionths It has taken a vast deal of negotiation many pleadings and some begging to secure the great sura to erect thaj largest Tabernacled n the world As a last resource the trustees Russell Sage1 and this afternoon he signedan agrcetnent by which them f one 5 per cent Tbo trustees got together flotsam and jetsam of v the 1 old TaToerhacle and on which tho olchbuildihg1 stood with the money and some which they received and some returns Talmages ings theygottp gether a sum sufficiently large to buy a plot of ground in the most aristocratic part of Brooklyn u A beautiful design There is no churchin New York and Brook lyii of such exquisite architectural jpropor thiswill be It suggests thevfamous Holy of The new will represent the su 000 Sage was willing to lend tho GermanAmerican guarantee would guarantee the ini The Gii jiranteei Covm to d h e si g ned tb e agr eem en t andwill turn the money over to thei be and the paper tg agesoii the bu ild in gv were an d Talni age i nsii h isli f e i favor ofitbe for The debtis to off Work Upset Frariciscb Chronicle The are put out by an inci dent which occurred at to Prince George last evening The Mayoi proceeded to read an address first in French when the Punco remarked In Unghshjirst please Mr Mayor The Prince iu reply spoke in French and in English f The Strong Platform on Which Mon tana Republicans Stand Sept to TBIB Republican State Convention nominated Thomas H Car ter The nomination was mudo by acclamation and was tho most fenthusi astio nominaticn ever given a candidate in Montana Although as late as last night Mr Carter wired from AVashington to Chair man Soligman not to allow his name to go before the convention this ultimatum was entirely ignored1 by the convention Jt was Carterfirst last and alltho time Then came the A motion the chairman and vicepresidents of the various county dele tionswire Mr Carter of his nomination and urgehis acceptance Pending a reply the convention adjourned until 10 a m to morrow is lengthy but contains nothing superfluous It begins by reaffirm ing tho principles of the Republican Na tional platform of and goes on to en dprsCthe administration of PresideuuHar rlsbnr with special praise for the brilliant statesmanship ofSecretary Blaine inhis cbhductof our relations with foreign powers It strongly endorses Election bill and just1 measure and urges its Congress The liberal pension passed by the Republicans in Congress are commended and the declara tibn made that no dollar is tothe relief of ihe veterans measures for the suppression of trusts pools arid coiu ijiues that deprive the people of the benefit of legitimate competition plank was adopted on wool and the pro vision the free importa tion of Mexican being mended The of of and contract 1 aborers1 country is Of Montana are pny the rise pf of metal majprity A Mississippi Bempcrat Says What We Are Here Sept Calhoun president of the Constitutional convention spoke at great length today in support o tho Campbell plan mentioned in theso dis patches tho sohemo of which is to dividi tho State into thirteen gerrymandered elec tion districts to be controlled by the whites He said tbe Presidency of tlioUnitedStates was a matter of insignificance compared with local selfgovernment He did no propose to noiiue matters but if asked by anybody If it was tho pxirpose of the con vention to restrict negro suffrage he would frankly answer Yes thats what we are hero The fiat had gone forth that fraud forco and intimidation hrust cease and if the convention failed to insure white supremacy by peaceful methods he would In case a negro was killed in a political riot regard himself and every member of the convention accessory to the murder Ben Tillman Nominated COMJHBIA S Sept folio wing ticket was nominated by the Democratic Convention early this morning Governor B R Tillman LieutenantGovernor E B Gary Secretary of T E Treasurer T C Bates AttorneyGeneral V J Pope W T 0 Bates was nominated for Superintendent W D Mayfield for ComptrollerGeneral II L Adjutant and InspectorGeneral The platform particularly favors tbo free and unlimited coinage of silver the repeal of the internal revenue system denounces the McKinley tariff bill and the Lodge elec tion bill condemns the action of Speaker Reed demands the abolition of National banks the passage of laws to prevent deal ng in futures andplacing a tax on incomes The Nevadii Democrats RENO Nev Sept State Democrat g a temporary ic Convenwon after organization today morrow adjourned until to SPECULATORS DEMORALIZED Wall Street Experiences the Wildest Day the Season NEWYORK Sept the speculative today wore excited and unsteady and the fluctuations were nioro violent than for many years In the grain markets the ilucttiation was wild and prices went up with a rush The brokers were all amazed at tho Government crop report It being the most an f a taking all the crops together ever is3ued diflereut options rushed without regard In the Stock t the holders o stock were staggered at the estimates of the crops The Idea prevails that such a falling olf in tbe yield will have a disastrous effect on the net returns of the railroads The crop report was lost Sight of however in the alarm caused by several of most conservative houses calling in their loans on stock collateral The rate for call loans atouce advanced to a premium of oneeighth per cehtj in to legal interest and on some stocks no loans could be I This forced to A Giant Powder WILKESBAIUIE Pa Sept H kegs of i ant powaer exploded at Glca to day wjth terrible results The repo1t of the explosion was for around and many windows ira suirounding villages werev biokeu John Efass and telle were instantly killed k others Mt ori ty w ith A r re vision of the to the of American citizenship oa those them endorsed for his the Detno and a decline followedH Every thing on the list suffered losses ranging fronv Lto lier cent and for a time vde Heavy offeringsof1 Goyernnient of interestsrhen gave a fresh supply and1 to some extent restored confidence the better class of j atocks mostof the declines were recovered i SALT LAKE TRrBtnrs BtniEAtr 517 Fourtcentli Street WASHINGTON D Sept u isao A subject of special importance to tho silver producing sections which found no place upon tho order of business adopted today was SenatorTellers joint resolu tion directing the President to invite tho Governments of tho countries comprising the Latin Duion and such other nations as ho may deem advisable to join the United States in a bimetallic arrangement The author will make an effort tosecure action at the short session The silver Senators havo not yet it scorns of the appointment of A S Dana Horton the writer on financial topics to visit Europe as an export and agent of the United States and Senator Stewart especially will bo inclined to grumble at it He does not approvo of Hortons views and thinks it would bo bettor not to send ono than to have him go Senator Toller says of tho drop In silver today that it la but temporary due to the stringency in tho money market caused by payments for large importations in advance of tho taking offoct of the Tariff bill aud that he expects to see tho white metal at again inside of a month COOlJIR OX THE STANK WASHINGTON Sept Raum Inves tigation Committoo was enlivened today by several tilts between Cooper and Flick and Lewisand Morril Commissioner Raum beginning his de cnse cojimiencod tho examination of Coopor Tlio latter said his attention was 11 rst called to the refrigerator company by lewspaper articles and afterwards by eorge B Fleming Ho talked with other persons confidentially but did not care to live their names Fleming had said that Butler Fitch had old him that seven pension ofilce employees had bought stock Tho Commissioner had given out anarticle himself he had not given his note to Lemon Tho Commissioner replied that ho had do nicdthat ho had for Cooper further said that he hud been con firmed in his belief in tho charges by Commissioners refusal to answer his ques tions but tho chargesrested npon Flemings and Fitchs If they wero all right The Commissioner remarked that he thought they had knocked themselves out Continuing Cooper said that man representing refrigerator stock had spoken thobooks in a way that led ness to suppose they showed crookedness Later on Cooper said ho had never scon the books of the company when Flioic sharply interrupted You know aro oath dont you You have sworn ago that you could tako those books and prove your said that I believed the suggestion of yours was ungentle manly cowardly aud mean I submit that you are a It took some time to order aftierV after this but the matter was smoothed over and Butler Fitch called Ho having told Fleming any of Cooper spoke of In the course of hisex animation Commissioner Riuim remarked The whole thing is a figment of George B Fleming a discharged employee of slon Oflice who was used by Mr Cooper I dont say Assistant Secretary of the Interior testified that ho had approved the1 pleted files order v He had been much pleased with the groat1 Improvement in the PensionOffice Commissioner Raums administration v Cooper asked If witness had investigated the charges connecting the Commissioner v and Lemon Witness replied Do you suppose I am going to take up everything I x newspapers I dont deal in newspaper J Continuing ho said Commissioner Rapni had told him the fully and his explanationwas satisfactory He wasi satiafied that the Commissioner had not slightest intention to favor Lenjon or any body else 0ITE SENATE A Republican Senatorial deeijlo upon an order of business today concluded to limit the programmefor the remainder of the session to the to be con sidered in the order named after theconi ference committee report oh the Land For fciture been disposed ery Mail repealing the Timber Culture act to establish private land for the relief of the Supreme Court for the adjustment of the claims the eighthour making jours a thoX Revenue Marine service to the Treasury Department Paddocks Pure Foodbill lie settlement of claims arising depredations the Terry Bankruptcy he bill to place telegraph he operation of tbe District of f The question of only incidentally i Outside of the caucus that after bill it Isppsed of a be held only for a shorttime v PLUMBS LAND GRAXT Sen atpr Plum b tod ay reported favorably v rbm the Public abill IandLgrants held toinclude land vcontaining yaluable C Gcrddard Goes tp Pacific struct legislation c and a mem cau be absent The aqtion r at Washington of f JJQJJJ Battlement the Atchisou road butrecenbly chairman of the Western Passenger Association re signed the latter position to accept the po sition of General Traffic on the Southern Pacific fiorn which Richard Gray recently resigned Snow in tbe Northwest v Sr PA till Sept The obserrer says ifcwisTeported this iflorning Port weather prevails in British Snow to a depth of four to fell in the above Montana and over NorthMon tana t 5 The engrossment of signed i and ousethis aifternobn aud be bl y b e repbr ted Mpnd aypr5 t is Others will recbniiiiend i a Wi   

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