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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING TUAT or ALL THEOTHER DAILIES TIIL CJTY CON3B6NED j THE MOST EXTENSIVE BEST YERTISIMJISDlDl ROCKY MOljINTAJM O 257 SA3LT iLAKJE CITY UTAH TUESDAY MORISTlNGh SSPTEMBEB 1890 PKICE FIVE CEjSTTS OTHER LANDS THAN BilJon and sion Tending an RUSSIA MASSING TROOPS DEAL BeSffraclo Riot An Attempt to As flassinatc tho of Scrviri and Kis French Tho Australian Strike German Count Will rrosccute Kioters flopt 20 Tn tho naso of Dillon OlMian and others loday TimoMiy 1fealy I ha couri on behalf of the do fuurlaiitH u refusal rnuglMtnais to consldor tho prunnoty of Shannon withdrawing from the cuso and annriunoMl thHC in view would ripfily to ho high court of jusliuM at Dublin fur a wril to prohibit tho from case on the ground of bias ugalnsi tho dc When Hcaly nwumed his Ronati th crown piVjsiufiitor arose and said he could nor ironsoiil to suspension uf tins hoar ing proposed application by tho defense a higher court Thimipon tho introduction of testimony for tiui boginii and tho rest of was taken with reading 01 muiJo the defendants mi various occasions whichtho crown contended were of an THE GKKMAN SOCIALISTS j The BlHmarokmn to Jfid WiMKlriiivri JoiTiorroxv Sept Ban Fnuicisco ClimnWr antl Hoclallst law will oxFlro on Wednesday next and as might bo oxpcclicd thoro Is u groat increaso of activity In the Socialist camp new jotinuils aro bo started to yrcad tho rod llijtil uf Socialist doctrines umong laboring classes Jn many those newspapers will take Uio Miles of Journalssuppressed yours ago in tho Hrst fury of IHsmarcklan opposition It will bo very inlerosMug to watch the result of the somewhat risky experiment which tho Kuipcror has determined to try of Ing a policy of labor for tho strin gent pollco nioasnroshuroLofuro adopted Thu Hfjlit In thu Socialist party in far from healed Proof of this Is supplied by tho attitude of tho more rabid loaders on thu quest ion of female workers Jn the factories Tho advanced vuriotlos who uro called In contrast to the older and more conservative members like Uebtl Ijlohknuoht and Vonculaiar have decided not to support by resolution to Congress any changwIn the present condition of female During his visit theTurnperor found time to issivy a doereo abolishing night work by women at the royal factories at HpiuKlaiiancl othur Governmentoatabllsh This Iniiiiodlutoly called forth a proclamation from tho youngor branch of WoelnliflLs declaring that the party could not alVord to rtiipporfc tlio aholltlon of female in any shape or form Women once banished from the factories would again be drudges and eoaso to bo So Thoro must an end to Mto agination for thoexclusiou of women from utiy work and for tbchremuneration at tlio same rateas mom 1 Chronlollng tho movements of the Socialist It should bo ruontkuiod that Ohrls tlanson Urotho Kossloi1 and KeissaUs all Ivo of whom havo boon sen tenced to Imnbhmont are shortly j to IOMirn itoriin from America fohann deckled to remain Uuiru The Bolohstag Deputies lUibel Auer untl Llobknoohl are already lu tho city Part of tho Gigantic Project of the Bankers CHICAGO Sept on tho recent rnovn of the Santa F6 railroad in so curing control of the Colored oMidland tho Trlbunr this morning points out tho fact that the Santa F6 already has an independent line to the Pacific which is sufficient for 11 purposes and which would bo in lurncl by projecting another line Tho arti cle proceeds Tho now move made by the Santa Vd must therefore have entirely clif fcrorio objects in than those heretofore advanced It boon found after tho smoke has cleared that tho real pur cltzisc of the Colorado Midland is not the Atchlaon Topoka Santa but tho so callod Jiankers Triangle51 of New York Kklfler Baring ind Morgan the two first named firms being tho present owners of tho Acchi aon Topoka Santa and Georgo C Mor gan loading financial manager of the firm of Klddctr Peahody Co Morgan Is also chairman of tho board of directors of the Alidilsnn Topeka Santa V6 and directs its Tho real purpose of tho Colo rado Midland deal is now found to bo noth ing more nor less than another attempt on the pan of tho BankersTriangle to about a grand consolidation of all Western railroad Interests or in other words the formation of a gigantic railway trust com prising all tho railroads between Chicago ann Din foast and It Is more than probable that fay Gould is a silent partner In the HE FIBEB TWICE AND DIED ItlCH GOLD INWYOMING ouis C Wilson a Denver Suicides A WOMAN IN THE CASE AS USUAL The Unhappy End of a Misspent Brother from Salt Lake Attends the Cheyenne Box Car Mystery DEST1TOTE GOLORAOOANS A TUOUSAXJD IN AUAJA COUNTY IN A Committee in Uonvcr AU for tho Good Worl iorformeil by Uio Charitable Societies Sept toTnrn IJNIC committee consisting of A Mooro and J Ii Tucker arrived In tho city Friday night and aro engaged in soliciting aid for tho clroutlistrickon district in castor t Arapahoo county in tho neighborhood ot tho towns of farrisburg and Tho crops in that section aro a complete failure this yoiir and there Is littlo or no cattlu ralsing arid us tho inhabitants of thesoocion dopond solely upon tho grain croj for thoir not i ntimbor hnvo boon re duced to extreme waul Hovoral wooks ago tho County Comrnlsslonors allowed thorn Sroo but tlioy state at tho prosonr they aro unablo to lot them havo any rnoro owing to tho lownoss of tho funds at tholr disposal Tho chair man of tho board J C Twombloy visited tho section fiomo two wooks ago and re portod that tlio condition thoro was oven worsu than had boon reported Mr Mooro this morning siid havo bcon in tho country four years and know tho condition of the pcoplu Thoy havo no moans to llvo on and nothing to got out of tho country on at a majority of thorn aro so situated Therearo women and children who aro Jiving on homesteads ulono tho hoarlof tho family having died Tho aid society Is both doctoring and feeding a number of Tn nil tluirc aro afc loast 1000 famillos who depend upon tlio aid society for this winters support and unless thero is somo aid from tho outsldo wo jjinnot ttiko caro of About was raised today WANTS HEAVY DAMAGE Sues tho Ana NOTJSS Ivussia Groat for Masaiiigr Troops LONDON Sept A dispatch from roum says the situation in Armenia Is apri ous Tho KuHSlan Government has mussed troops on tho frontier Kxpeoting attack Turkey ia rapidly snp plyiug tbo Kurds with arms and ummuni and making other proparablous to re sist thu liusshui forces Kussla is also In xueaslng her frontier guards on the bound ary of Austria and Turkey and Persia Tho iilloged objoct of this increase Is to piovjdo for the more olloctlvo suppression of smuggling f The Government Will Prosecute DtunvEN Sept 20 It la llkqly that tho last has not booh heard of tho collision bo tweon tho polieo and people in front of tho courthouse at Tipporary hist Thursday If Is reported that the Government intuuds to proseinito nmuy of tho persons who wore present for inciting a riot The Sick King THE Sept Tho King shows no sign of Jmprovement His condition ox cites the gravest apprehension Dr Rose n tho celebrated specialist has beor sunitnoncd from Leydtm to atteud The French AViu PARIS Sept 2i Dispatches from Sehcgril say Chlaf Ahfruvdah bosiegod Kanakari hut was ropulsod by tho Pwmch whodispersed tlie dhiefs army and killed three hundred and eighty of btamen Attoiwpted VlffiWNA A report Isourront hero that yestbrdnys affair In Belgrade a delibojato attempt on tho tho young King of Syrvia and his ox King Milan Siiccessful by Violence LONDON Hop A dispatch from Gojy India says tho Government was succcssfnr Jn tho olodtlons continuos many loaders of tio popular party are arrested Chairman Soli comla Sept to tho District Court at Deer today A J Snllgman late Chairman of Uifi Ivopiibllcun State Central Oornmifctco brought suit against the Anacondn Statulard j piioirig tho damage at Max Wnrmser at Vienna Sent Up lor Tho nijivocj nuol appeared in the Standard Two VIENNA Sept Dispatch Sim Francisco Chronicle who claims to bo n cousin of the members of tho wellknown Irm of the same immo bsiukora and mombory of tho Now York Stock Exchange and formerly of California has just been sentenced to two years Immisonmour for cheating merchants ijy passlsig Amorloan Confederate jjoloa for rtiOi lie stated in his defense that ho had received these notes lu good faith from his rolutlvta in New York Wurrasor soen by a reporter at his residence ar Iifth nvonuo night When told of itio story ho dented that ho hun any rohv tlves in Vienna or any other partof Austria ho had neverhandled Confederate money jind that tho follow is an iinposter TURKISH KURDS on the hist as follows take It Mr Sellgmans business earoor in Montana is too too dis reputable and too unsavory as that ho can mako his Insulting adjectivoa stick to this gentleman Thoy never yot in posi tion whon tholr reputations needed tho shelter ho boon obliged to seek and this Is the language of tho man who in his time robbod tho Montana miners of honest wages and who would havo boon hanged at a ropes owl us a common thief if he had not settled as ho was forced to Tho above article was published tho clay after tho Republican State Convention and It is supposed had its inspiration from a speech dcllvod boforo the convention by Mr Soligtnan in which he criticised tho methods practiced by of Moo tana during tho campaign last autumn THEFINEST IN THE WORLD DENVER Sopt to Tri bullet one through the head and the other just above tho heart ended the life at his at of Louis C Wilson last night The news of tho tragedy did not roach this city until yesterday afternoon It was known that the young man was dtad but that his life had been taken by his own hand nobody had the remotest idea The direct cause for tho deed is supposed to havo been finan cial embarrassment It is that of late he has been gambling in stocks and that In variably he has bought tho wrong way in the market As a result ho not only lost all his fuuds which ho had borrowed of friends The purpose of his visltiiouio was to raise this money but it seemed to haveMean impossible for him to do so The young man received a telegram on Friday which it is said alTcotod hini deeply After it arrived he had nothing to say to his friends or relatives and with supper ovci ho made tho excuse of a severe headache to get to his room A few moments later two sharp reports were heard and when tho people in tho house rushed to young they found him on the floor dead One bullet had entered tho body a trillo above the heart and the other had pierced the bond through tho right temple Demised was tho son of tho late Major T C Wilson whose death occurred at the Gibbs House in this city a few months ago very unexpectedly Mrs Mary C Wilson the widow of Major Wilson has had much sor row in tho last twelve mouths First he husband was taken a way and a few hour after ho had been laid in the tomb the onl daughter Now tho elder son has gone to the crave by his own hand William Wilson child loft came from Salt Lake hist night and was present at the funera of his brother this looming Tho deceased was a traveling man for a St Louis boot and shoo firm and arrived hero but av few day A private telegram received here last night states that a married woman with whom he has boon on intimate terms of late arid living a very gay life accompanied him and perhaps is one cause of financial losses and despondency whicl forced him to take his life A Wonderful Camp New and Beat ing the World SARATOGA Sept to Hill mining camp the latest rich find in Wyoming is located about twentythree miles due ease of Sara toga in Carbon county Prospecting has been quickly yet vigorously going forward there for a year past and at this tlmo fif teen distinct and separate gold bearing quarts leads have been discovered and located arid almost every day records some newer and richer discovery The quartz lies in a welldefined wall of stone and the leads are from six inches to six feet in width In some of these leads the gold is to j be found all through tho rock in others it Is found in glittering seams traversing tho in every direction and can be picked out with a pocketknife One man was offered 85000 Jn cash for a half interest in his mine and refused Superintendent Knight of tho famous Keystone mine offered to put in a fortystamp mill in the Loviafchian for a half interest wliich offer was also refused The approach to this wonderful camp is through the Platto Valley A good wagon road extends from Saratoga to within eight miles of the camp aud a good road can be made into the camp in a weeks time Already has a petition for a postolTlce atid mail service from this place to Gold Hill boon forwarded ami a mail route to tho is a thing of the near future Every one returning from the camp brings rich specimens and reports new discoveries The citizens of Saratoga will at once construct the remaining eight miles ofroad A party is leaving here tomorrow for that purpose An old minor Said today in speaking of this camp If it pans out as I think it will Gjld Mill will rival the famous Tin Cup mining camp of Colorado Tho half has not been told nor can it All that Gold Hill needs is reducing works to make it one of the first if not tho first gold camp in the West Why I have seen pieces of no larger than my list from which T doukl pick from 3S to worth of pure gold Nuggets as largo as the end of my thumb aru often found There are some lino tunnel sites in that camp which of course can bo worked the year round All tho walls in these leads arc what are known as contact walls Minors will under stand the advantage of IDAHOS CAMPAIGN EBDED Its Close Has the Usual Crop of Ante Election Canards A DINNER TO IV J HYNES ONE INVOLVES SHOOP AND BUBOIS But There is Nothing in It and Both Promptly Denounce Sboup on the Prospects BOISE CITY Sept to rumor is now current on the streets thi the same men who were fighting Prank CoHin will also light Footc Idaho countys nominee for State Senate because ho is thought to bo friendly to Du bois Tho action of tho disgruntled combination is strongly denounced Boise Foote will run strong in the countjr The assertion of a irre sponsible correspondent of the Spokane j Sptkcnian a Democratic paper reported to in tlie pay of McConncll that Dubois had j said there was a combination between him and Shoup on the Senatorial race is vigor ouslyand emphatically denied by Dubois in an interview sent to the Spokesman from Caldwcll Ho made no such assertion The popular demand for Duhois to go to tho Sen is so strong as to render a combination with anyone unnecessary and Mr Dubois is too ablea politician to do anything of tho FOUL PLAY SUSPECTED A Tramp Who Is Supposed to Have Committed Murder OITBYENKB Sept to telegram from Sfc JOG says that Endorson and Fishbaugh who mys teriously mot death in a box car near hero on Saturday last had nearly In money As they hart but two bits when searched hero It seems certain that they wore killed by a soon with them at Grand Island Friday Tho reporters have put tho officers on tho trail of a suspect and ho may bo ar rested tonight Before tho Coroners jury tho brakeman who heard Fishbatigh nioan ug said ho saw a tramp jump from a car off tho train tho mile post cast of Cheyenne INDIGNANT LOGANITJSS Sit No Exposition Ever Had Such a Site us Washington Square CHICAGO Sopt Sati Francisco Chronicle JVcies says Tho Classification Committee is expected to conclude its work in a few days Mr Do Youngyesterdaywas figur ing dimonsibnsot tho buildings Ho completed his estimates on tho machinery building and when tho committee adjourns It proposes to submit to the local Committee on Grounds and Buildings that will guide the architects in drawing tho plans of onch Mr1 Do Young drove over the site yester day and in the evening after his return prd Parktho finest site in thotworld have attended all the great said he and none of them had any such site as Washington Park can bo placed on that meadow aud wo wont touch the trees that fringe it All the flower gardens and tho walks and drives remain just us they are Wo want them loft as thor useJackson Park at all if it wasnt for and such exhibits as need r His 20Count ro cently fujsaultod anlRrikcepcr hanged liira self s Xiorcl Mayor Sftvory baa elected iord fM uyot of London MONTANAS POPTJLAJION An Increase of Qver Cent in WASiifNOTOxV Sept Thefollowing census announcements wore inado today City llblena Population oftho State of Montana by ooiintios 4C35 Incroase 4080 increase 1022 iVvrpafie w072 increase 892 Door Lodgo GS24 Gallatin 02jO iiieroaso 2590 Clark 45nCi iuoroaso 045 Moagher 4755 20J2 I7S1 Sllyor 20G2V v or per cent i ii A Strike JChoy Call a Mass Meeting to Down on tlio Union LOGAN Sept to immense indignation runs through all jogan Tho nows has just come that tho Jnion Hailroad will not liaul any rcighti for thirty days And a dollar a ton ins goneup on freight for coal A mass neotlng of tho citizens has been called and t is expected that everyone will go down oop iuto his pocket to get smother road hero Besides tho temper of tho people is being worked up to that pitch that they are ready to volo any money from tho city towards that object in val ley like Cache will not be lacking The Talking Scientists Sept members of the British Icon and Steel Institute and German Iclogatos who arrived this morning attended tho session of tho American Institute of Mining Engineers Tho meetings yesterday and today arc under the auspices of the American association Tomorrow the pro gramme of tho British Iron and Steel Insti tute begins and lasts until Saturday when the delegates leave for Philadelphia A Biff Anniversary PROVIDENCE ft Sept Is land today began the celebration of the one hundredth anniversary of tion into the country of cotton sphmiiig by power by Samuel Slater in tho City of Paw tucket As Slater established one of the first If not the first Sundayschool in Amer ica this mornings programme was the Sun dayschool exercises Thousands of children took part in tho parade A Probable Suicide NE Sept to TRIBUTE body of a ranch hand was found hanging by the neck to near Fort Laramie Friday after noon Tt was a clear caso ot suicide Me KoeAvas it bachelor and luiiibeen in Wyo many years lie hud been considered of unsoumi mind for some time THE BURCHJSLIj TRIAL It Doesnt Take the Jury Fi n cl i ct of G a a 5 WOODSTOCK is ex pected to be tho last day of of Burcholl Interest in tlio case has steadily risen until now it exceeds anything over known the history of Canadian criminal jurisprudence BluoskBtock for the defense spoko five hours He reflected on tho alleged reckless methods of the prosecution and tho appa rently careless manner in which witnesses for the Grown seemed ready to swear a mans life His summing of the evi dence bearing on Buichells identtiy was searching Discusssng the moral charactei of his client he said he must admit his ut ter inability to point out of the course observedby which would be consistent wiMi his innocence of dishonest purposes Tlio only explana tion of Burchells statements to Pelly and Beiuvoil inducing them to come out there which could was that Rur chell expected to secure through them money to enable him to go into business and make good his He denounced the man ner of conducting identification of the prisoner us disgraceful The time would como when tho mystery shrouding tho crime would be cleared He closed with a touching reference to tho devotion of Mrs Burcheil Ostler closed the case for He reviewed the story in detail and analyzed Burchells negotiations with Bcnwell Into one pirn to on trap young Bon well to representations he Icnow would bo shown to be false the moment hoarriveci in Canada The motive was to secure Ho totalled Burcholls dealings with Pelley and said the oC1 all this fraud and deception could be but one thing and that was Blenheim swamp The judge in his chargo to the jury re viewed the main pointsin the case and at length he pointed out the difference be tween direct and circumstantial evidence showing that tlio latter when conclusive was the far morp reliable Ho reverted to let ters written by the prisoner to Benwells father Wliat was tiro object of these let ters was deception and the prisoner must have known that JJJenwell would never write such a letter to his father Theoon ditiop of the clothing on the body wticu found disproves of the the defense that the murder was for plunder Every mark the clothing was removed and had it not boon for finding his cigar holder Benwells death would always have remained a mys ery The jury retired at iand returned with a verdict of guilty of murder in the irsl degree When asked ifhe bad anything to say vhy sentence should not bo passed upon him Burcholl replied simply am not guilty of The Judge then said I fully concur with tho verdict of the and sentenced Burchell on he 14th of November The President Will Attend WASHINGTON Sept 29 Tho President Avill leave Washington next Monday for the purpose ofattending the Grand Army re unions at Galesburg on October Sthi at Otturiiwa Iowa Ociober 9th and atTopbka 10th The details of the trip are not yet arranged but the President expects to return by October 14th This afternoon Judge there is not1 sufficient grounds tiio wr itof habeas corpus in the Sohwab xcase and sustained the attorneys dornurrer secured amend his petition permssion to tine Chairman lished J T Goddardis to succeed the Sept laborers who haVo been ou u itj iko Jiro resuming work General of the Worlds Fair has purged himself ol politics by lesigtilng his position as 4member of the liopublican Na tional Committee THE APPROPRIATIONS Amount oi1 them In vestigating a Postmaster WASHINGTON Sept TRIBUNE Dis San Francisco Chronicle The administration while at Drst disposed to uphold Minister Mizner in his course in the has found public opinion in the matter too strong and it is reported ia the best informed Official circles here now that the President and Blairio have finally settled the eoursejthey mean to follow in disposing of the case by holding that Minister oUizncr has failed in diplo matic act judgment and discretion and pointedly invites him to resign the mission to Central America This it is said i will bo taken by means of a which will restate the position this Governments holds respecting the nature tho privilege of j asylum aiforded by the flag of States in case ofijolitical refugecsun Central aud South America CONGRESSIONAL APPKOPRIATIONS The appropriations i made by thefirstsesi sion of the Fiftyfirst annual apprOpria tions for the1 year 1S9091 amounts a grand total for the year of increase over the Fiftieth Cougress of THE LAW promised the Labor Comniittee that when Cqhgress adjourned he would ffiye eight hour law and jovonldihstst upon enforcement in the buildings He expressed himself as of furthering kind Governor Shoup as interviewed atRpo kane Falls is thus reported in tho Review Hon George L Shoup Governor of Idaho and Judge Willis candidate for Con gressman from Idaho wore at the Hotel Spokane last night en route to tho de Alone mines where they will both speak on the Republican stump Seen by n Review reporter late last night Governor Shoup said I loft Boise last wd this is the first timeI have been away from the capital since tlio campaign began I have been tied down by my duties as is a sure Republican victory Is it not asked the reporter Yes sir T believe tho State will go Re publican that Is what I am working for and always will work What about the reported interview with Mr Dubois in which lie is accused of say ing that you and tie had formed a combina tion Id not believe Dubois ever said what he is reported to luivo said and I oiTered to bet to S5QO that ho never It would have been very poor politics indeed and I know that Mr Dubois did not use the language they say ho did affidavit or no What is the Senatorial outlook far as that is concerned I have little tosay I do not know anything about tho matter I have not asked any of the can didates for the Legislature nor do I know their opinion at least of only one My brother is a candidate for State Senator aud if he was elected I know that ho would vote Beyond that I know absolutely nothing I am working for tho Republican party Wo have plenty of time after we have elected a Republican Legislature with a majority in both houses to work for our selves I believo that every man should work for tho party and its grand principles done so and mean to do so I take it forgranted that Mr McConnolls county will instruct their delegate for Mr MoOonncllj that Shoshone county will do the same for Judge Claggott and I know that three counties have al ready instructed their candidates for tho Legislature for Dubois I do not know of one delegate that is pledged against him The last I saw him was September 1st when wo spoke from the same platform Again I want to say that we should all work for the success of the party first and we will not have the slightest difficulty in doing provided that irresponsible peo ple not having the interests of the Republi can party afc heart circulate such stories as that related of Mr Dubois are kept out of the Will tho Mormons make any trouble in the southern part of the State No I dont think any of them will at tempt to Had I thought otherwise I would not now be here We have taken every precaution have got good men all through the country who will prevent any attempt made by them I am very glad is a fact for it will save world of one of Idahos future Senators He Discourses on Irish Misery and Backs Piirncll CHICAGO Sept tho Palmer House tonight a complimentary dinner was given W J Hyncs the wellknown Chioapo law yer who for a long rime luis taken a con spicuous part in the Irish affairs oC this country and who has just returned from a visit to Ireland Tho dinner was given by M K Stone W K Sullivan John K Walsh Judge Prender gast and Moran and a number of other friends of Hynes over one hundred in all In the course of his afterdinner speech Hynes gave a review of his observations in Ireland and said he met no man of National sentiments in Ireland but who had implicitfaith in Parnell and confiding in tho ulti mate success of his movement to secure homo rule Hynes said up to the advent of ParnoHs movement he belioved in tho ctlicaoy only of forco honorably employed for tho attainment of Ire lands autonomy but sineo the inauguration of ParnelTs policy that had his undivided support No one he said who had made a personal visit to Ireland and soon the condition of tho people could regard the absentee landlord as anything but a bird of prey Speaking of tho failure of tho potato crop he said from personal observation lie know there was no exaggeration in the report anri that abso lute starvation followed a failure of the crop In conclusion Hynes spoke of tho uniform courtesy and consideration with which ho had been received by members of Parliament and those prominent in the Irish circles HOT SHOT FOB DEMOCRATS THE MTIOML LEGISLATURE Cannon of Illinois Criticises the President lie MORGANS COMMENTS UPON HJSGGGK The Conference Report on tho De ficiency Bill Agreed to by the Sea Wants to Hear Car lisle of Senators to Draw Pay From the Date ol the Admission of Xhcir States GENERAL ROBERTS MAKES A RING ING SPliECH AT SHOSHONE Cleveland Pocketed tho AntiCon vict Labor Blankets for An American Army Idaho Sept to George H Roberts the Republican nominee for AttorneyGeneral of Idaho delivered a splendid speech hero tonight and will close tho ciimpnlgn in Bellevue and Hailoy tomorrow Ho has just returned from an extended and most efreotivo cnnvassin North Idaho and feels confident that tho Republican ticket will come down to Washington couuty with and that tho entire Stato give a majority of to Roberts delivered a characteristicolly eloquent speech herb to a larjje and enthusiastic audience despite some rain In tho course of his remarks he said exCongressman Hoed of North Carolina had said in his speeches de livered in this town and elsewhere that the Republican party had moved but few if any of tha burdens placed upon the industries of tho country except stamps upon matches It is1 true during the last thros of tho rebellion when it cost per day to keep our armies in the field aud navies afloat that this government taxed everything upon which it could lay Its hands li taxed matches taxed incomes taxed bank checks taxed tho patriotism of the taxed the bread of tho Na tion but every stamp thus attached was a Democratic sticking plaster to remind the people ofa Democratic rebellion Mills bill was undor consideration tho Re publican minority tho end of every sec tion offered this proposition Provided that if any of tliese products are mado by con vict labor they shall pay throe times as much duty as the Government imposed upon products mado by free The Democrats voted this down at tho end of every schedule Cleveland made a pocket veto of the Convict Labor bill Alien bill Arbitration bill and that Administration went into tho of Tennessee and purchased army wagons made by convict labor that paid to tho State twentyfive cents per day and this same Administration also adver tised forbids for army blankets in Now York papers and in the London Times There was a foreign and home bid for tho blankets under an old statute which allowed tho Gov ernment to import anything for its own use free from duty The English bid WAS the cheapest and Clevelands Administration went 3000 miles to save 30 cents on a blanket Heretofore when Ameri cans wanted English Waukets for the use of their army they have always taken them upon the field of battle Which my friends do you Government in favor of free trade convict labor and Fnglish blankets or a Government in favor of Amer ican protected labor arid the works of American hands x Sept Speaker laid before the House tho bill to define and rec uiate of United States courts with the Senate amendments thereto E B Taylor Ohio moved in tho amendments Brcckinridgo suggested that bill go to tho Committee on Judiciary It was an important bill and should go over till tho next session Taylor said he would prefer ihat it JTO to conference with tho expectation that it go over until tho noxtsossion After somo dis cussion tho bill was laid aside temporarily Henderson submitted ho conference report or tho general deficiency bill Clements called attention to the dif ferences existing comparatively between the number and salaries of employees of tho Senate nnd of tho House in favor of tho Senate Thoro were some ocoosons for an uprising of the public conscience Tba late Randall led one of these uprisings ia favor of economy It was now time that nnoihor uprising bn had lie further be lieved tho number of employees in thoExe cutive departments might bo substantially decreased without injury to tho public ser vice Cannon said considering the growth of tho country there had never beena timo in history when tho workof tho Govern ment had been so well so economically dono as tociay The conference report was agreed to A bill was passed appropriating to supply tho deficiency in the appropriation for tho compensation of members of tho House The Senate amendment was concurred in to tho House bill granting leave of absence VICTORY IN IDAHO the1 cjuestion of a recount Oregon has boon postponed until Ih the investigation thefcharges against d tfTererit drew aboiutK Wheats sons except 515 Waited WJbeat the l postmasters sou testified of the work for which Bradley waspaid and was entitled to the money he Franklins Heirs Suing PHILADELPHIA Sept In the Orphans Court today va petition was filedby the aeirs of Benjamin JFrankliii praying that the held by the Board of City Trusts and known as the Franklin be turned over to thorn alleging that the provisions of his will are in violation of the rule1 of perquisites in the common law which will was probated in rnnkjin bequeathed in trust to Philadel phia and Boston each tobe invested n loans at 5 per cent interest to married roung artificers to assist establishing them n business tie had in view the accunm atioh of a largo fund for the purposes specified at the expiration of 100 years tobft reinvested for 100 The first period having elapsed the Philadelphia fund has reached and the Boston fund The suit decided here before action is taken at Bos tpri About fifty heirs are in this vicinity Arizonas New Executive to day sent to the Senate the nomination of John N Trwin Iowa as Governor of f Members of the newContinental Railway Alexander 7 Penn of Illinois Henry of West Yirzinla of Missouri Minister Eesident and ConsulGeneral to Siam A Wbitfield of Pirst Assistan r PostmasterGeneral JjfijnesLowrie Bell of Pennsylvania Second Assistant PostmasterGeneral Alonzo L United States Marshal of Idaho V Cubans Beftin to Kick HXvAXA Sept The executive board of the Spanish party in Cuba at send ia suffer from Jthe the United Everything Ready for a Republican March POCATELLO Idaho Sepfc to first State election takes place Wednesday October 1st Everything now Indicates a sweeping Republican vic tory The Republican State Committee claim they will elect the whole State ticket by at leait3000 majority Fortythree out of fiftythree members of the Legislature will by Republicans and three or four doubtful The campaign has been led by exDelegate Dubois on the side of the Republicans upon the Statehood ead Mor mon and silver questions and the ejection of a Republican Legislature means the elec tion of Dubois to the United States Senate AFFLICTED Re as fin irn raediato reraed y a re form of the v Arrested recent maiieuyers coinriumd were sirrested of against the Government their were found copies of a pamphlet issued by Polish revolutionists A Student JUOSGS His Girl and ceives aThrashing CHICAGO Sept 29 Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Series Edward Noyes a young highschool student of Evjinston is confined to his home nursing a sorely wounded spirit Rev Habbard also a highschool student in Evanston is also tp temporarily abstain from soci ety His in the same condition as but the spirit within him is serenely elate and and well it may be Npyes whoobjeeted to some atten tions which Rubbard1 had tendered to Miss Dale of company with some other young men assaulted Hubbard and beat him badly A arranged between the two young fellows and Hub demolished Noyess beauty Jn alarming though somewhat in jured scored acomplete victory the1 young ladysays he was in sheis glad he won ariathere fore is Noyes who lost the woman and was thrashed beside ext Sept Owing the failure bt on theJersey Cen ton to deliver an order tT night alocal train The passengers with badshaking but fireman were two painfullvinjuled or Sept reports Irom Texas of an assassinate President Diaz without and Incorrect r 4i i to clerks and employees ot first and second class posioflices The amendment extends the benefits of the measure to theemployees i in the mail bag repair shops allusion to tho English corn law ho spoke of Hlaine as a new Cobden arid tho President as a second John Bright Both demanded that a Hag of truce bo constantly borne by a guard of honor at tho head of the marching column of thg homo market league That whito flag has been borno into the Senate with a message from tho President on the Iftth of Tune 1800 Tho amendment which has boon offered in tho Senave by Hall to carry out tho reciprocity ideasof tho President and Elaine had boon voted for by every Democratic Senator and against1 by ovory Republican including Mia Senator who offered it Th atamend men t had inevery substantial souse an amendment of Blainc but the subsequently reported from tho Finance intended to supplant and overlie it The latter was a vaccination given to tho body of the bill in order to forestall the fatal virus of free trade which Blaine Intended was a mockery of reci procity actual reciprocity Ira possible and yet Hlaine reproached tho v Democratic Senators with groundless and insulting accusations because they voted against tho amendment of tho Financial Committee which had successfully an v tagonized hJs own amendment Finance Committee excused itself V reciprpcity amendment on tho ground that i1 it was a very small baby that it live long that it was a little V which the free traders within the RepubH can party might amuse themselves itvua a Punch Judy show at a horse in tended to amuse the crowd while tho jokers were growingrich by so sellingtheir old stock of spavined animals It velous and very sad that any AhicrJcan v statesman should so uudervaluo the com mon sense of the Americans as to to thorn that ho was in principle 1 tionist while he was openly advocating free trade with every nation that would ad i r i mifc American products free ofduty Tho Finance Committee could never havo sup posed that anybody except tho uninformed masses AVOUId for one instant mistake tho stamp of fraud which that reciprocltf section cut in the Tariff bill 0 On motion of Carter of Montana the Senate amendments to the House bill for the disposal of the military reservation in Montana wore nonconcurred in and au other conference otuered The conference report on the bill to Jn f crease the efficiency of the signal and transfer the weather service to tho agricultural department was agreed to On motion of Payson of Illinois the Sen ate bill passed extending for one year the time for payment by tho settlers on tho public lands In certain cases The Senate joint resolution passed re questing the secretaries of the state war treasury and navy departments to Congress the propositions of mentof a Jaw of recommendations for an international marine conference OB motion of Caldwell ofpiilo the bill was passed to prevent desecration ot tho United States flag by the printing thereon of any painting or advertisements The took a recess The evening session has been devoted to the consideration of bills reported by thm icmmitteoon Indian C At the evening session Senate bills passed for the the K lam river reservation granting the Newport Kings Xv Valley Railroad Company the rightofTway Siletz Indian resnrvation and some others 1 Senate Sept conference V report on tJie bill for tho relief of settlers on V Northern PaciSc indemnity lands waa agreedto The conference report on the DeGcicncy I31 was presented As the bill passed the House Jt appropriated The Senute had increased the amount by This has been so reduced ference that the aggregate now amount to An item which J occupied the conference a for explorations and investigatipnia regafd to artesian wells and irrigation The amendment had been at last to the House conferees with that the appropriation should complete work and those were to bb completedby tbe first of July 1891 repprtV agreed to Among the items stricken 6f General Deficiency bill in the werb tlie following Steam Sound customs district aud assistants DThecohference on tho TalfE pregentedand read th at the the l t modified by deenr any f side of the chamber at at of businow ot
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