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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                F iuJ THE MOST EXTENSIVE BEST ADYERTISIM MEDIUM IX TUTl ROCKY MOUNTAJN REGION CIRCULATION EXCEEDING ALL THE CITY COMBINED PRICE FIVE CEoSTTS OBrien Billon and Other Placed Under Arrest TO PREVENT THE AMERICAN TOUR The Crisis in Portupral Jjoad of Kklnapcd Maml May BothschildThe News of ffiuropo Steamer Africans Marry ctcnt Dfllon was ar i t his residence near estfcdtbls monwis at uMrjiln to hKclty and conveyed on a Hpeolal to accompanied by a larffo military William OHrlfiP was arrested ab taken Cork Warrant tbo arrest of Sheocly tho Commons f al and Uov charges on which muuu Glonsjurirr and Condors the which Dillon was u carrlfd to Dublin Tn fvddi soothed down and it will require all the persuasive eloquence of our future king to remove her prejudices The wealthy house of tfothschllds and the Ferdinand of that illustrious family have had a glamour thrown over them by the Princess Maud youngest daughter of Albert Edward Prince of Wales The Princess WHS born in so bythis time ouscht to know her own mind Naturally they are all sorts of stories about the project Several scraps of paper kites owned by the Prince are freely mentioned At any rate should a dispensation no granted by her Majesty the joining to cothor of theso two persons in holy matri mony will be the event of the coming year A Steamer Lionel of Slaves Sept excitement was caused here by the arrival or a Portugese steamer loaded with kidnaped natives from Mozambique en route to tno west coast The tribunal hero has decided that it Is unable to interfere with tno steamer but fourteen natives who escaped were declared free Tho Governor referred the mutter to the government at London Meantime the stormier proceeded PAHIS Sop i San Francisco Chronicle An Italian Riot UTNK dis vi i patch from Borne announces the hurried cie narturo of the troops for Caramanoo a of and indignation o and In OBrien be bail remanded uutll T clone The ufflj lay In police In small town seventeen mlloH southwest Ohili on the Adriatic where BOO armed seized and pillaged tho town hall and at tho ftauio time destroyed all the rec ords Tho cause of the rioting is said to bo against the imposition of tho greater taxa tion Tho Swiss Revolts RRIINK Sept one of the members oC tho government who wore Im prisoned has arrived at Locarno partisans are enthusiastic and are deter mined to reinstate tho old government Trouble Is expected It is reported that fight occurred between tho infantry and tho peopleat Mandrisis and thatsevorul soldiers were The Disorder at Lisbon Sept report Is cur rent hero that serious fighting haf occurred in Lisbon between tho police and ntolw Intent upon creating dis order and that tho government has pro claimed a state of siege in tho city Jfifty Cholera Deaths Daily Sept sanitary commission lias started forMessowah where the death from oholeni average tUty daily lh Europeans are not aiVeotod Strict measure Tor isolation ot the natives are adopted UTAH AT THE WORLDS F tonraissioner Lannan Applies for Acresof Space A MAGNIFICENT EXHIBITPROPOSED A Gorgeous Mineral Palace the On tario Mine Great Salt Lake Daily Concerts by Salt Musicians and Other Attractive Features OmcAOO Sept P H Lannan of Salt Lake Worlds Fair Commissioner from Utah has applied to tho Committee on Site for ten acres of ground for tho display Ho says all oC it will be and no State or Territory will a more interesting or varied display Tho proposed main building is to consist of a mineral palace bonstruoted wholly of Utah minerals and building materials In side of the central court J 00 feet square will be a series of Ralioiles The floor of the court of several of theTIlah mountains lakes cities towns streams and everything pro duced on a proper scale Tho wmcqritain agricultural mineral and art exhibits Tho walls of be decorated with paintings of Utah si biidls eye views of cities and prominent Models of mills and mines will ho con Rtructed and a leuturo will he an imitation of the interior of tne gioab Ontario silver mine and ontcitamments will given by variousiiuiflical organiza tions of Salt Lake while tho exhibition llTho grounds will he laid the hijrhost art ut landscapo gardening and arranscd In such a manner us to show tho system of irrigation and I Us1 all other systems of farming All ANOTHER WAYWARD PARSON He Stole a Churchs Donation ami Accepted a Bribe LOCKPORT N Sept Dis Francisco Chrtmtota ChatRes of a serious character have been preferred against the C Graham Adams D former rector of Christ Epis copal Church here beforethe Western New York diocesan council now in session at Niagara Falls by the wardens and vestry men of tho church The matter is nowm the hands of Bishop Coxcv The most serious charge is that of appro priating church funds to hM own use Mrs Washington Hunt of New York wife of the late GovernorHunt of this city donated annually to thechuruh for repairs The greater partnf this sum is nilssiug and so is the rector who quietly decamped for the West a month Tho other charge is that of taking a nritje to suppress the marriage of Curtis C Bar row to Miss Frances Gaskoll a old daughter of Joshua Gaskell a pronnnenr lawyer ofthis city who were secretly mar ried by Dr Adams on February 16 Darrowis alleged to have offered Adams JJiSO to suppress the cerUlioate Utah The groom is from VslnosvilleV The certili icato was never filed in the county clark s office and the marriayo would never have been discovered but Cor tho lindiug of entry slip in a lot or rubbish left by vi6 clergyman in the rectory The momatfe disciodnre is the social sensation of the town SMASHED iirapalioe Delegates Withdraw From 1 the ColoradoConvention CONGRESSMAN TOWHSEND RENOaiHATEO moreover a gentleman who by his upright manly and dignified bearing during the campaign has won the plaudits of the people wherever be has RECIPROCITY DEMOCRATS Pat The Idaho Democratic Barrel to Be Sweet Speaks at BlackfootrMassach u setts Democrats Materials Want Free Raw tho vegetable products known to and corn wm Utah people viiig ball tho stops of his ontlotiod offenses I Vessels Ordered to Tripoli PARIS Sept of the recent developments at Tripoli the government has ordered the French Medilovaiioan and Levant squadrons to proceed to North occurring clon today ia the IrcLinfl or tno Governments course OnalKsldesidoubtsaro Ipoely ejirowj a to the polltfoal wisdom displayed but is to estimate the o fleas to on public opinion in Tlie while greatly nrtoo we o not east down Thdlrthoory iho wrwtf at this juncture ta that the Gf vbrnmont decided to prevent tluy depart un of IMllon and dBrlon to America o too early of the rosto would A they Toured that tho olVoot of the the Irish orators in America create a froah outburst of pathy with the Irish homo would bo of great moral help of be to arwliIc wou to Liberal cause championed by Glad 8ttpto this evening no has boon received here of the specif o iittei Dillon and OBrlon for which they i NEW ARMY REGULATIONS AN AOT REQUIRING irOK PROMOTION will be of tlon ot rent thoy could pay and tho tenants would abso fty of reat un t ly that tilled the soil was p nood tho reauh of atarvatlon then f the Qovnirtont evicted starving People it would bo outoi oxtetoiiooty a torrent of English indignation and tho whole elvil JwflioTld would send monoy und Michael Davltt takes a hope ul view o the situation and says tho J will bo fa vorable to tho cause Bairour ho says has never made a greater mistake OPINIONS OH1 THE IKBSS Referring to tho Irish arrests tho Times wiyJ Tho only cause of surprise is that tlio arrettH wore so long delayed T Standard says The with speeches elsewhere than in Tipperary Tlio Unlfotirhas oom an tlet of stupendous folly for which If is dinicult to assign a rational moth o The ChwMe says Balfour probably intended to avert disorder in Ireland Tho the arrests on tho erounr tha thoPurnollltos arebeoomlnff moredarlns In tho face of tho supposed su ptnenoas of the Government PATRONS delivered PIGGOTT AND HXS Reveal tho Davitt Will v Jjotter Secrets Losnox Sept San lranelsoo Series IKvltts now weekly paper tho Labor World in which considerable interest 1s already ihkou will nvaico its first appearance to morrow Mr Dayltt announces that In his second issue ho will begin tho publication of disclosures In the shapevof a scries of articles under the title of I iggot and His These will toll the story of what Sir Charles Russell called Conspiracy BoMnd tho Forpcd also show the origin of the dyna ihuoplots and prove that they were planned wllu money of the secret sorvlctf fund by of the British ConsulGeneral of York who is William Lane Booker once consul in San Francisco aha the Dub Mln Castle loss for which inoii are now un devgoing penal servitude AN ANXIOUS GRANDMA aJho Queen Wants to Know All About the Montreal Sept Francisco Queen has cabled out to Lotd Stanley to have sent her tho prosecution ot OBrien tho alleged author of tho dispatch regarding prince George of Wales thrashing mon Thfake whlQhwas widely published in cansefl tho and all the members of familythe greatest pain and anxiety and since tho Queen been personally iacom Onumioation with the Prince and Governor Tho Curiosity of tho Democrats Thorn Into ix Need of ft Ko pnhUcnn Quorum WASHINGTON Sopt to The night session of tho House last evening was devoted to tho considera tion of army bills Tho most important oC those considered and passed was tho Senate bill providing for the examination and pro motion of Under tho terms of the bill all officers between the grades of sec ond nontenant and brigadiergeneral ex cept such as served as volunteer officers or enlisted men during the war are com pelled to pass an examination as to their Utnoss before promotion to tho next grade Lineal promotion is also provided for in tho following terms That officers of grades in each arm of tho service shall bo assigned to regiments and transferred from one regi ment to another as tho interests of tho service may require by orders from tho War Department and hereafter all appointments in the lino of tbo army shall bo by tho commission in an arm of tho ser vice and not by commission In any particu lar regiment Tho amendment to the Dili excepting from examination volunteer officers of the late war was proposed by ltopreieutntlvo Grosvonor aud acoeptoo oy Chairman Cutobcon A bill to provide a Board of Review for rourb martial proceedings was also passed was the bill for tho relief ot General Merrill who was relieved on the ovo ol pro motion The bill to place Captain Lieb formerly of the Fifth Cavalry on the ro ilst also passed as did thab for the relief of Paymaster who was robbed your Iu Arizona A WAS COUNTED Sept Dis nn Francisco Chronicle Series Speaker Bead having secured tho presence of a quorum for doing business and seen them go to work on tho LangstouVeuablo election case yesterday signed the Iviver and Harbor bill as he had told the Deiuo orats he would do that condition of affairswas reached and not before The Domocvriiis dlcl not intend that a quoium should be made up by tho aid pf votes of they fell victims to a consuming Curiosity AY hen the election cnso was called a stam pede of Democrats took place to get outside the bar tho House before their names wero culled Tho Speaker had tho cleric proceed leisurely with tbo roll call and some of tho Pemocrata Impatient ati1 the unexpected delay peopcd iu to discover tho causa As they did so the Speaker noted them one by ono awl before they kndw it tho quorum hiid counted and tho election case Speaker Reed said last night that he thought Congress would adjourn about October jtst Ho was asked what measures would be disposed of in the meantime Ho answered that he could easier tell what ones bo disposed of Ho had in mind the Election bill The only measures that woulc show aside from and Electionbills were the Shipping and Bnttor vortlx Option bills Tho resolution relating to the muddlein Ohio will no bo plumed owing to the failure to quorum members THK The conforeoson the tar bill had mooting tliis criorning and made substantia progress The wa acceptance by the House conferecs o tho Senate reciprocity amendment It is understood tho Senate increasss of dutie on wines and abandoned by the Sonatarmembers of the Conference com mittoe The committee hope to be able b from silk and cotton to sugar be cultivated Ono of tlio most featuros a reproduction about an acre in reat Salt Lake Hatliliouse will be pro vided and visitors bj providinl an 03 poiluity to bicire in waters exactly the same as Great Salt Lake liYom todays action of the Isational Worlds fair Commissioners and from a canvsissof tho Commission it can be stated that a majority of that body is opposojl to a double silo for Worlds lair on Saturday next a resolution will bo olTered ami arloptnflv rocjueafcinjE tno OhloaKO dirccfory to Usndor WaslyinRton lark 01 what is generally known as South 1 ark as a site tn ease lit is Is refused the Com mission will report to Washington tidenuatt site has been offered There avo also indications of a change ol sentiment in regard to the fllrcctorrRoneriil ship and from indications tonight the local A NATURAL GAS YARN An Explosion Opens Great Chasms and Shakes the Earth HCNTINriTOtf W Sept KriincJsco Clinmidc A man from Monroe county reports astranco phenomenon near Bicketts Knob which rivalthe Waldron natural cas explosion Two women were engaged washing olotbes near aspring on the farm ofJames when suddenly an explosion took place and the earth several miles around was shaken by its of minor explosions tlien wluoo rent tbo eartli chasms mi go limestone rooks were hurledthrough the air for a considerable distance Fortunately the women had pone u considerable distance to hang up the They were thrown to tho ground by the shock but beyond a few bruises esoapecl uninjured Tlie explosion was unused by natural gas which caught ru from the burning wood beneath the and the Dames reaeh si tremendous higbt leaped1 from ihiisms in the earth Tlie ural gus has never been suspected iu locality KECKIiESS Collinss Contingent Endorse Secretary Elaines Policy WORCESTER Sept P A ColHus called the Democratic State Convention to order this morning The usual committees wero appointed and John E Kussell was elected permanent chairman without any opposition The folkwins ticket was nominated Governor William of Cambridge LientcuantGov rnor John Corcoran of Clinton Secretary of State Elbridge Cushmanof Lake Village Treasurer William D Treavy of Marble head Auditor Ed L Munn of Holyuko AttorneyGeneral Elisha K of Spiinglicld The platform Renews and with more CA6IN6 THE DEMOCRATS House Doorkeepers Attempt to Chest the Minority Stampede AH UNTAMED TEXAN SMASHES THE ODOR The Obstructionists Score Another Policy of AYindonv Crit icised ly Treasury Funds Handed Over to Wall Street nat at directory will select one man as Boncral probably GcorKO It Pavis while t Is thought tho National Commissioners will elect pC tliKlr with the title of CommissionerGeneral nnfT ijlsioehlm in iKe of alifpiolgn and interstate exhibits connection with the fair This will of ourso curtail the pow6rsof the dtrcctor If the Vx the tnost paper liriD ub BJEItnilJCCAN QUORUM KEEJDEpV IS caucus of Republican of thoHouseth Is there arenow in syashipgtoii 14 1 Conseqtiontly now Kepublioan absentees Th caucus to mako ovory ee CUKO the was stated thai olosM upitiafew days secure thovattendance 0 Todays rneetlug of tho Commission was in uxcltlni aftor the body was oallodto resolution was offered by Mercer of hudalroady been by caucus It cites that the lot for adequate and whereas the reso ution adopted by the Commission at its first lesslon adopted sites tho former action be reconsidered and tho Chi cago directors bocalledupon for a site ade quate and in a Mercer McDonald of California Sowall of Now Jersoy St Olalc of Virginia Martin dalo of Indiana and othersspoke in favor of the resolution Finally the matter was laid over uiitU the Committee on Titles ro A resolution passed calling upon the local dirflctory for report as to wbiit extent of tho authori ties havingjurisdiction over the Lake Front and JacksonPark as sites had been secured the1 cost of both places and out of what funds they proposed to pay this cost The Chicagolocaldirectors hold a moot g to midnight The result wastho endorsement of George K Davis of Chicago In answerto tho Commissioners inquiry astothoproposeddivisiotiof exhibits tho directory draft showing tho art hall kiuclrecl exhibits on the Lake Front agricultural min ing and other Jackson park Tho directors estimate tho cost at a million and a half to proposed Lake Front site and a to prepare Jackson park The ten millions guaranteed is notto bo touched for preparations that amount being preserved for the construction of buildings CHICAGO San Francisco Ohroniclc first commissioner to make known to the Svorlds Fair appovatment is Mr J Crawford who writes under date of AugustOth that he has been appointed by toe Republicof Nicaragua to superintend Its natural history display Mr Crawford who h vl charge ofthe natural history dis plays of Nicaragua at tho Paris Exposition says that the display of 1803 will bo a far bettor one than thatof lSSS8f There Is Thing as Chinese Cheap luxbor NKW Yoiuc Sept Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Boo of San Francisco who is stopping here for a fewdays was intoviewed by une reporter yesterday and asked this c tlon How about labor Colonel is no sucn thiriffasOhinese cheap he It is a misnomer01 tho PticHle The Chinese got better wages than white servants Jjecanso they iiio more theylearn more guiokly as a rule they are hired Tjiey have a oharactoristio which is doubtlessas to thojliousewives oC tiro East as to the West they cannot carry family secrets the to bo made common of DR CONFIDENT Sept Republican State convention reassombioa at 1 oclock The Committee on Credentials not being ready to report an was taken At oclock the Committee on Credentials made a rsport which seated the delegations In the contested counties favoring Roott for Governor In Arapahoo county one fac tion was given sixtytwo delegates and the other fiftyfive The latter wno are the refused to accept the compromise ana remained out ot the con vention 4 Committees on permanent organisation rules and order of business and resolu tions appointed The convention then took a recess S oclock On reassembling the report of the Com mittee on Rules was received after wnicn the platform was presented and adopted It endorses the administration of President Rarnson as wise and patriotic also en dorses Senator Henry JM Teller and 111 s0fucts the representatives In tho next Legislature to cast their votes and use their iiuhienco to secure his return to the United States Senate demands the free and un limited coinage of silver demands that the Eighth General Assembly of Colorado pass such law as shall reform the present fee system and establish salaries for State and county officers demands legislation provid ing for the covering into the State treasury of sill interest upon State funds ana fixing State Treasurer demands the passage of a just railroad law by the next session of theLegislature and the crea railroad commission with tho power to raisp theratesof carriage of either demands a re vision of the irrigation laws advocates the pissago of some law for the protection of all laboring men in tho enjoyment of every substantial right and to secure to the em loyee and employer alike a fair certain uul prompt adjusunont differences hat may arise between them and a revis on of the State Election laws The platform was adopted Nominations or Conpiessman being in Hon Hosea Uownsend being the only nominee was lomitiated unaniintiusly S AT emphasis in view of tho approaching pas saco of tho Republican Tariff bill our de mand for free raw materials particularly wool coal and iron and lor lower duties on the necessities oflife for wider markets for American products and we emphasize the importance of reciprocal trade with Canada as a means of promoting the com mercial and industrial welfare of this com ThoMcKinley bill is denounced as tho most iniquitious piece of legislation over attempted in this country The platlorm continues Wo observe with interest the recent attempt of the Secretary oftate to secure sin amendment to tho bill byincorporating into it some provision looking towards more inUmatc commercial relations with the sixteen sister of North Central and South America which the Jiemocratic Commltaoo donmndeU in 1S8S and we reret iue failure of thw at tempt Wo condemn the the Republican Senators and Rourosenta The Salt Lake Healer Still Waiting for Sept San Francisco Chronicle A G of Salt Lake City is news of his whom ho his home to San Francisco to for him He said last night that ho lipped to hear fromher that hehad no fear of her having taken 1ho sconded with another Dr Larsen is a most disagreeable plight being al most entirely without money He said last night Since she wired that she would meet me at tho Biggs House not heard trorn am conficlent come if she is alive ROOKEFJEIJJEBS MUNIFICENCE He Gives a Million More to the Chicago University CHICAGO Sept D Eockefeller the StandardOil magnate who the new University of Chicago 000 today conveyed to trustees a pledge for dollars for a nonprofes sional graduate institution and fellow ship a theological institution and divinity school and the construction of a divinity Except the the principal is to remain intact and the income raloneiex pended university will begmits career with endowments amounting An Afflray With Toughs tives to seen roa proper for New England interests in framing tho larin bill and for their avowed reauiness to saoritico jts prosperity to the engineers of party poli tics a The Federal Election bill is condemned the linanclal policy ot the present Adminis tration is condemned as shortsighted tne course of Speaker lioed and shameless partisanship of the Republican majority m Congress is declared to be without parallel A Republican Split COMJMWM S Sept Republi can State convention effected a tloii this evening by the selection of George Murray colored as chairman Bray ton being ignored The lattcrs friends have determined to nut him in the lislti as a candidate for Congress against Milton in tho only Republican district in the btate This will insure the election Democrat of the The MAine Majority AUGUSTA Maine Sept Official returns give Burloigh plurality for Governor THEY DIED TOGETHER THE SUICIDE YOIUC IOVKRS OF NEW Discusses Silver Ijead and MormoYi Vote OT Idaho Sept 1 Special to The Republicans of Bingham a rousing mooting at this place tinis evening Willis Sweet the Rc THE MINDBEADING WONDER The Latest Peat Performed toy Paul rJohnstpne GniOAOO Sept Alexander John stone tho r performed this afternoon a to all appearances fully man possesses five senses and that mindreading really species ol muscle reading In the presence large audience at tho Wellington Hotel Johnstpne anda lighted cigar Sept San Franoiaco Chronicle A serious affray occurred Monday af Prairie Grove ten1 nrilfis west of hcic Mack and D Rawllngs and Will Mitchell drunk and ran their horses through tho It is said that they ran over and ser iously hurt W M Butler a merchant Constable Badd Eichtried to arrlest them and a1 freeforall fight ensued during which Toe Rich a son of the was fatally cut inVtho ceived a vrciind in the head and Mitchell was cut in the forehead caused some excitement for the are among thobesfc known ia the coimliry At tlie Jixecutive Cottifsre OKESSON SPRINGS Sept The Presi dentsent the following nomination to Washington this morning Colonel ward Chief Medical Surveyor the United S tates Army wi th ths rank of vice Colonel Baxter publican nominee for M KuutV of Ada county addressed the meet ing 500 voters wore present The County Cbmmitteo chartered a special train which arrived from Pocatello at 8 oclock Bringing the Pocatello Brass Band Drum Corps and between two and three hundred popple judge Sweet made one of his most eloooent speeches and the utmost en thusiasm prevailed Judge S west confined himself chiefly to adiscussion of the two paTtioson the lead and silver questions claiming that the Republican party had its pledges against the combined op position of On these questions and on them alone the Repub lican party was entitled to the suffrages of the people He touched but a mo ment on the Morroon question but when referring to the Wyoming election ho declared thatbe wanted bination with the Mormons ofIdaho that didndt want their votes and that he bad rather be defeated than to go home tohis family elected through a combination be twoenVhis party and the institution which only debases and The Republicans are thoroughlyaroused andalVthB Democratic boodle that can bo turned loose can not turn the tide or over dome the determination to elect the entire State and Legislative Judge Sweet reports the most enthusiastic meetings In parts of the He will return to the a lew days and exDelegate Dubois about to return from the north tocontlnue the canvass for the State ticket In this Brigham county many prominent Democrats have already announced their intentions to vote for the entire Republican Legislative ticket because that is the only that theycanvote for Dubois Emily Rossi tho Actress PnW Bullet Through Her Hor Sweot lieart Blows His Brams Out rtinVTORK Sept strange double uicido occurred here at daybrpak this At that hour Gustavo G Koch a veil known crayon artist ascended tho tops tothe Canal street station of tho ourth Avenue elevated road walked to a in front a second story window of lo UO Canal street nodded and said Yes I have come Emily Are you ready The answer was not but Koch drew revolver from his pocket and shot himself n the head dying instantly AS ho foil there came what seemed the cho of his shot from viudow was stuiTed with placed in his mouthto destroy for the time being and thick oilhis hands He then requested of to stand behindhlinv and thinkof the combi stand behindrhjin nation of safe This done and without tothe bors and A Ii man has at thereis everyreasph pass under The Northern direct retarr toforward the the President immediately at the White House the course of business biU wo referred Eostoince Departmeut f or i d report wiU followed case and Harb6rbIllN thef tbfxBdbkmakef ainS f com their troouSV wasey THE IDAHO CAMPAIGN A bemocratic Barrel to Be A Message from Wyoming1 BOISE Sept Special to TBIB The following dispatch was sent to Hon Fred Dubpia from T MOarr of Wyo ming ebnceTning the recent election there elected by hun uredVGovernor and all State officers average two Wo have the Legislature by 4l out of 40 may get four more Thl State is strongly Republican The Aus tralian ballot system har ijjoaiqus home rule and va liberal policy the Beat us if you i Assurances reach h that the north 1 alt right Maginnis ot a orator is making speeche up nprthr and Jt Ms understood tha follow but they can do n harmThe foundations of Republieanrsuc so broadlyabased priiiciples of v th u n assail fayory of vldahbs interests amouDt of the direction lllS SllOu TlOni had n a few minutesa messenger came running woman had shot at 140 savjug that a woman Canal street Investigation the fact that Emily Rossi an actress aged 19 ay a corpse in bed in her room with a b il et in her heart Shewas attired In a night robe with a bunch of heliotrope pinned to her It was evident that she had bared her bosom for the fatal shot for the arment was unscorched There is nothing to show the cause of death except a little rod the heart witha hole in the middle for not a drop of blood flowed from the wound Death was evidently as instan taneous as In the caseof Koch It was evidently prearranged that they should take themselves out of the world to snomu evldeutly made evcry preparation for the event On a chair by he window lay her clothing carefully smoothed She bad been waiting and a table was covered wiih small paper filled with her thoughts as shesat waiting The hand was a neat feminine one and did in the lease tremulous They The causeof the tragedy is Sept a scene of excitement on tho TtepobUean side of tho House this afternoon Tho Virginia elec tion case was unfinished business but tho House itself engaged in tho technical pro ceedings of trying approve yesterdays Tho Domocraticx members were endeavoring in every way to prevent con sideration of the election case and iu pur suance of this policy almost all of these left the hall to break a quorum on tho question of approving the journal A call was ordered which broughton number of Democrats and tho yea and nay vote was being taken on a motion to dis with further proceedings under the call when tho Democratic members again began to decamp Burrows called tho attention of tbo Speaker to the fact and asked if the mem bers present could not bo obliged to remain The Speaker repliod that the rules were in tended m secure this end He ulded that he did nor see why they wore not observed Accordingly the assistant doorkeeper di rected that all doors leading into tho hall be locked Hardly had this been dono before Repre sentative Kilgore presented himself at tho door at tho Speakers left hand and sought to gc out into the lobby Ho found tho door locked and tho doorkeeper ia charge Hayos refused tounlock it Unlock that demanded tho stal wart Texan Tho doorkeeper moved not whereupon Kilgoro gave a suddou vigorous klok aud the frail baizo structure flow open and Kilgore strode out He was followed In tho same fashion by Representatives Grain Cummings N YorTc and Colemau who in tarn forced tho door open without opposition from tho door keeper J It being impossible to retain a quorum House adjourned A Republican caucus was announced to takeplaee immediately Senate WASHINGTON Sept the Senate the resolution ottered yesterday by Plumb to tnc Bankruptcy bill wont over till Plumb offered a Secretary tho Treasury to inform the Senate whether the rulo or his oe partment which requires the payment of cheeks for silver bullion over tbo counter of the SubTreasury instead of tho proper clearing houses does not result In paying outvotes of larger denominations insteadol those suited for circulationand use in ordinarybusiness whether such method of payment does not result in tho payment ot geld instead of Treasury noies As a reason for offering his resolution Plumb sent to the Clerks desk andhad reada letter from a member of a ban King house statingthe facts tha payment of such checks and venturing tho med1ction that the silver question finally settled and that tho New York speculation accumulations ofsilver threaten BO arouse it The bank drawals of Treasury tho writer says be by air the Influential lournals hero unscrupulously iThobreak n the market price of silver that threatens at such a time will equal proof of In support of the Plumb spoke of the conspicuous Illustra tlon that had taken place within the last few days of tne Impolicy of allowingthe Treasury Department to obstruct or the business of the country For the Treasury Department hoarded money and that time tho rency Avas constantly decreasing on account of the withdrawal ef National bank notes The Secretary of the Treasury bad s0enthe business of tbo country hampered on ac not appear were p n supposed to be of the girls mother marriage EmilyRossihas beenon the stage since babyhood Her father and at Berlin Ho teno singer of note but Is now dead mother who isstill alive is writer and novelist Emlie The mother ambi tious for her child hoped she would make a good marriage The this coun try twoyears ago and played prominent parts in the Amberg TWO NOTABLES Dion Boucicault and B If Are No More NEW YORK Sept Bpucicault theplaywright andactor died tonight after a lingering lUness He had caught a cold which developed into pneumonia YORK Sent Franklin YORK m PeTxotti died this after a long 111 ness of consumption Btf was born in this SS Early in life he went to and studied law in the office of A removed Iu 1870 President Grant appointed him He returned In 18G Consul and mml 1SS5 Peixotti ws man of mark religionist of Jewish directions bib life eaergy Wreckers Beed Thomas Cain Arthur was the express York WJL u i count of that lack of money but ho waited until a panic was impending not a stockT brokers panic but a stringency of money that affected the all the cities and seriously interfered with the operations of ordinary business arid the Secre tary liad given money to holders of Governmentbonds under such circum stances as to enable themto the money supply of the country during their P iioney which a few days ago had been in the Treasury andwhich could have been put out at tho will of tho today in the hands of men who owned bonds to the amount of It to say that these men having that money to the benefit of themselves and not in the interest the people Nothing but an panic would ever Treasury from such malicious interference with the busi ness of the country Sherman said while he had to the resolution that which hady boondone bad been done strict execution 6f the law The no pay for silver bullion nofs These Treasury notes had been issued in lare denominations There had beea only a short timetopxepare for the execu tion of the law and a sufficient amount of Treasury notes of small denomination could not be prepared Those largo notes neces sarily did not the lation of the country He YSberman doubted thepolloy of paying ayfearjs inter est on bonds in advance scare was manufactured Ithad been gotten up by the or the bulls and the various kinds of animals who manipu lated thetrade exchange for There was he admitted a for money now for moving the grain crops perhaps to Wfor the crops and perhaps topay for the increased quan foreign goods tbe higher duties under T3W these things settle themselves inra little There was no real country It was confined to the City of New York He thought A tary of the Treasury VicePresident annqjinced haying theBiver andHaTbor f a Kready demand cotton and iii si fresh willheal inithe s and unify tho party for a vblc effort on which H Claggett were coming to Boise to Ir or oth disabled en route so they could not torday They will sneak Friday accidents occurs A 1 11 ovation silver Umgued urlior VIA ill of the north hen he arrives in i 1 1J 1 T S i to prcitrac iriouiaBSi the graud calendar was thejxtaken following bills among passed I ifm m the   

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