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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING OF ALL THE OTHER DAILIES CITY COMBINED f THE MOST EXTENSIVE BEST ABYERT18IM MEDIUI Tllfc ROCKY WQUKTAiN REGION TOT 257 LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY MORNINGvOCTOBER 2 1890 PRICE FIVE TWO SOCIABLE Emperor William Takes the Off on a Hunt AHENGLISH BARONET IN TROUBLE MKEE RANKINS the Rippers Tifporary Francis Dock men Will tin Shipping Foreign News Oct Krnporor of Ger rnany arrived JHMO this morning Emperor Joseph met him at Lhw station The greeting was allVcrlonato The stain carriago in wailing wan intvred by their Majesties and they won driven to Hoflmrg Ari crowd lined tho route and the Kmperors received an ovation afternoon William visited tho Imperial mausoleum and placed a wreath upon tho colJln of IHuce Rudolph The court journal in an article welcoming Em peror William toVIemia halls tlie Kalner us a model and indefatigable ruler the real ttenter of tho Gorman empire and tho cham pion of All purtuiH to It are In har mony with the alliance Tho two Kmperors and the King of Saxony started to night for a hunting expedition hi the Syrian Alps TJJJB TRIALS J A Police Oonccrn Trotihlc Got appnal of Dillon and OHrlon arid thoir fellowaccused to tiif High xourt of Justicf for a writ to prohibit tlio inaglstratos at Tipperary from proceed ing with tlio conspiracy cases on the ground of bias has failed Judge Holmes deckled this morning not to grant the writ Tho for tho prosecution was continued at Tlpporary today without striking A nokjtakar by the police at Tlppmary has made sontu rhinuiglng hi rtgnrd to last Thursdays trouble ho was In tho courthouse and dt tractod by tho nolso rushed out with a re volver and stick Into the mlddlo of tho crowd whoro ho used his stick vigorously TFo snys hti musi huvii struik half a porsons while ho himself received Ho was In plain clothes at tho tmo and em ployed to take notes In shorthand Scandalous Revelations Follow Mrs RaTikins Divorce Suit NEW YORK Oct Dispatch Francisco ClironicU Series Kan king answer to his wifes suit for limited divorce was filed today Instead of tbo man of wealth his wife makes him out to be ho comparative Impecunloslty and saya that he owes borrowed money to Joseph Jefferson Stuart Robsou and others to help him put on tho stage his last histrionic ven ture tho IIo denies ever having received any money from his wife but on the contrary declares that since their mar riago she has been a large beneficiary of his bounty Preliminary to introducing letters E A Moofort counsel for Mrs Kankin said that lie WUH prepared to prove that Mr Ran kin was on terms of intimacy with an actress formerly of California who has a child about four years old who calls him In explanation of this statement ho added tiiat Mrs Kimkln in looking over her hus bands portmanteau found a letter from a iiurstt for tho mother of tho child which caused Mrs Kankin to wonder how her hus band came by it Tin letter read PoiKiiiKKKPsic Nov 20 1587 DKAK milircr yon svould he up todny to your lovclv lltMu JUiibol but us evening i givn ilup and will wriUs you of hor Slio grows jHiinlrig arul hits ninny leu llttlu ways She knows mo and iilwnys smiles a when f COHIP in Wo liitvt ehnnircd Inir diiU stwirnl times us thu con rniliv did not with ir at We SOME BEST FOB THEWEftRY A Long and Notable Session of Con gress Closed PROCEEDINGS DURING THE LAST HOURS The Democrats Obstruct Up to the Very Position of House Postmaster Declared Vacant A Vote of ThanJcs for Morton WASHINGTON Oct tho House bo fore reading tho journal Breckinridge raised thopoint of no quorum While wait ing for a message from tho Senate announced an agreement to the conference roporfon thoTarlif bill shortly before 1 Brockiriridge withdrew his point but it was intmediately received by Kilgoro A few minutes afterwards Kilgoro relented andwithdrew his point and the journal was read MclCinlcy Ohio called up the then trim cows milk tlKti nod milk ftnimirn and now uro using here is nuimul n imuril mill food rniiflc from Lliu milk of swiss COWK which SHMIIH vcrv tiicu and good for hor tfinss it In is K D P Another Is hi trod u cod showing that Kankin had for some timo insisted on get ting a divorco himself in California CAN MORMONS BE EXCLUDED TTKMIT WI1X JiE MADE TQ PRE VJENT THKnt LANDING Tho Commonocmojit of a Determined Ef fort to Stop thn liupurtatiou of Xuuny GlrlH for LtitkerOtiy Harems A BARON 1ST IN TROUBLE A Quarrel Over u Woman Leads to His Arrest Oct Is a sensation before the Westminster Police Court today Sir Thomas George Treake baronet was the instance of a Mr Gibson formerlyun Intimate friend who charged that Sir Thomas lured him to a deserted house in Kensington overpowered him with tho assistance of friends nnd took posses sion of his keys With those Sir Thomas proceeded to Uio clubs wont to Gibsons private box and destroyed ioUorn and pho tographsthat plaintiff had received from a ludy Sir Thomas was remanded for fur ther examination H is suld that fcho mon wore rivals for the affections of the lady In question that both of them have boon on terms of Intimacy with her that she tired of Gibsons atten tions and way ot tho assault THE CONGRKSS o limujruratotl Against tho LONDON Oct todays session of tho Dockrnens Congress It was docklod that tho dockmon must make strenuous efforts to prevent tho of ship owners ffoin crushing the union and with thifi oncl In view it was decided to raise a tuna of with Avhioh to fight the shipping fed eration It Is proposed to obtain this by levying a tax of Jtl on each member of tho union and making au aproal to the public for hoi p Aftera long discussion the decided not to boycott Australian Jack tho KIppors Warning LONDON Oor Wolseloy ac eompatMod by his start to Dublin of tlio troops In Ireland Tho polic6 have roooivo a from Jaok tho that ho Is aboucto kill another Tho handwriting ot tho lottor Is that of tho other lottors which it has tho custom Of tho murderer to send to thorn How Ho lostroj0d Christianity LONDON Out the inaii who killed himself In St Pauls Cathedral dar ing service Sunday morning left a letter In whioh ho said ho would commit auloldo in thfl cathedral In order to destroy false Christianity Tho jury returned a verdict that tho man was Insane Sir Francis Apolosrixcs Oct The says Sir Francis Do Wlnton has consuroc Thompsou agent British East Africa Company for his recent Insult to the Gor man flas and has sent an upolojry to the Gorman Government which has boeu no coptod Kossnths Advice TESTH Oct Kossuth tho Tun irarian patriot has written a letter in which he advises tho Hungarian extremists to toko thoir stand on tho dualiftio prJaolplb an nounocd Nuw YORK Oei Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Is every probability that tho Mormon converts who are expected to arrive on board tho Guiori stoarner will bo detained at tho barge onico It Is tho boginolnp of a battle against polygamy and the admission converts to the faith which practices it to tills country Heretofore squad after of Mormon converts socalled havo passed through this port unchallenged on their way to the strongholds of Mormonism They havo arrived in companies varying from fifty to two hundred pouorally accom panied by several missionaries of tho who have been canvassing European countries for them liy far the greater number of those ex pected today arc said and It is to stop this tratilothatthe authorities will now the cudgel against Mormon Importations The bitttlo promises to boa long and bit tor one both hero and at Washington and tho wholo matter hatigs on tueguosfcJon of whether tho United States can legally ex clude those people Hitherto they have suc cessfully claimed their right to enter as members of a religions body General OBoirfio Immigration olllcor said the qucs thelanding of Mormon Immigrants would certainly bo tested Flo had not soon United States District attor ney Mitchell but a letter of Senator Ed munds who has introduced a bill on tho subject at Washington gave him much en couragement advised an Im mediate consultation with the District Attorney and also that tho names and descriptions of all arriving Mormons be for warded to the Governor and District Attor ney of Utah General OUelrrio says tho strongest efforts will bo made to stamp out this evil John Mott Assistant United States District Attorney is quoted as saying that tho present regulations of tho Treasury Department are amply sulliclont to keep out these pooplo THR CONSIGNMENT AURIVES YORK Oct Tho Mormon converts who expected to land toclny from tho steamer Wyoming wore disappointed as the steamer did until a late hour They will bo landed to morrow Tho steamer Wyoming arrived today from Liverpool with Mormons on their way to Utah under charge of Mormon elders They will bo landed Thursday but Superintendent Weber has sent somo In spectors and Interpreters on board to talk with the converts and ascertain whether them had any charges to make that would warrant an Investigation at tho barge ofllco It has boon reported that soKsio of the Rirls in tho party complained that they had been Induced to embrace Mormonism and come to America under false pretenses I current resolution directing tho clerk to number consecutively tho paragraphs of tho enrolled Tariff bill with tho Senate amend ments Agreed to On motion of McKiuloy a concurrent reso lution was agreed to directing tho cleric to make further correction In the punctuation of tho enrolled Tariff bill Wclvlriloy offered a resolution for a com mittee of threo oach from the House and Senate to wait on tho President and inform him that Congress was ready to adjourn if ho has no further communication to make Adopted Carter submitted tlio conference report on tho bill of the Fort Ellis military reservation Montana This bill Allen of Mississippi took as a very rej mote text for a political speoch in which ho j charged the Republican party with degen eracy and inconsistency To say that the Ivopublican party had begun with Abrahan Lincoln and ended with Benjamin Harrisot was proof that tho party had gone to seed McCrary gave notice that ho would raise tho point of no quorum against the conference report and Carter withdrew It Caswoil submitted a Jotter ad dressed to the Speaker by Postmaster Wheat tendering his resignation Subsequently Spooner R fronvtho committee submit a report It states although the rela tion betweenDalton the prlvious postmas ter and Culbertson the mail contractor gives Hsu to grave suspicion of somo private arrangements between them whereby Dai tori during the Partyninth and Fiftieth Congress had derived personal profits out of his contracts for carrying the mail no absolute proof was obtained Tho report is accompanied declaring the ofllco of the Postmaster of tho House vacant and directing the assistant postmaster to perform the duties until a postmaster shall DO appointed and qualified Hayes H minority repoH dissenting In reference to Postmaster Dalton Pending discussion upon tho question McKinley called lip tho resolution the hour at Agreed to The Wheat resolution was then agreed to Tho Speaker laidbefore tho House a letter from Representative Conger stating that ho had forwarded to the Governor of Iowa his resignation as Representative from the Seventh district of that State The Speaker further stated that ho had received u sub stantially similar communication from Rep resentative Doll aven from the First dis trict of California but the letter was mis laid The Senate concurrent resolution for negotiations with Great Britain and Mexico for tho preventionof tho entry of Chinese laborers into the United States was agreed to Oaswoll Wisconsin asked unanimous consent for consideration of the resolution electing P T Flint pf Wiscoosia postmaster of the House Williams Ohio objected and Caswell withdrew his resolution MoKlnloy Chairman of the Committee appointed to wait upon the President an nounced that the President had no further communication to make and then the House took a recess During the recess nearly all the members left the hall to make preparations for their departure from tho city so when the Speaker re convened the House that ofliclal looked down upon a vast array of empty seats Ms merely stated that according to con current resolution he declared the first session of tho adjourned without day announcing concurrence with the resolution j as to negotiations with Great Britain and i Mexico to prevent Chinese entering tho United States Morton then arose and made a brief speech thanking the Senators for the reso lution adopted and for the cordial coopera tion ho had received from He then declared the Senate adjourned without dav NOWED IN IDAHO A DESPERATE FATHER Hardly a Democratic Head Protrudes Above the Drifts He Is Shot Dead While Trying to Recover His Child PARIS Oct TRIBUNE Dispatch San Francisco Clironicle eral years there has been litigation in the courts over the possession of a child be tween its grandfather F M Turner and Its father R C Stirrnan Stirman married a daughter of Turner and after three years of wedded life she left her husband father took her and her two children home and cared for them until she died One of tho children died soon after the mother Stirman demanded possession of the other but was refused after which a long litiga tion ensued and the court decided finally in favor of tho grandfather Today Stir man visited the Turner house and demanded tho child from his brotherinlaw who had charge of it during tho grandfathers ab once but youngTurner declined to give the child up Stirman drew a pistol but Turner knocked it out of his hand and a inndtohand encounter ensued during ich Stirman was thrown to tho ground Turner then called to tho boy to give him the pistol which ho did and placing the pistol to Htilmans head shot and killed him REPUBLICAN MAJORITIES EVERYWHERE county is elected boyond question The vote on the county ticket is very close and the complete returns are necessary to pet the result The vote for county seat is un doubtedly in favor of Murray The Democrats in Wallace ran in many illegal votes and it is probable that a contest will be made The Democratic Sheriff who was a candi date for reelection appointed a number of Democrats who guarded the polls and used their official power to bulldoze and intimi date the voters They succeeded in petting many illegal votes The sutuj at the polls was disgraceful in the extreme IE DAY AT THE CAPITAL Harrison Declines to Make the Bar rmrfia Correspondence PaMic Another Electrocution NEW YOHK Oct McElvin the convicted murderer of Christian W Lucas i Brooklyn grocer was sentenced to death oloctricity this THE SONINLAWS STORY HE SAYS BAKRUNDIA NEVER JFIRED A SHOT TheGeneral Wai Shot at Through tho Cabin Promised to Interfere and Pitta Promised Safety Russia Proposed No Alliance ST PKTEHSKUUO Oct Tho publishes a semlotliclal denial of tho re port that Russia proposed an alliance with Franco when Spullor was French Minister of Foreign The Kaisers Peace Estimates BERLIN Oct J Tho Zeitnng sniys that In tho next war estimates an additional credit of murks will bo demanded for barraoks strategic railways and defenses Tonu Karr Bead TAHIS Oct Jean Baptisto Karr the well known author is cloud A Blonde Wants Fifty Thousand CHICAGO Oct Dispatch Pan Francisco Chronicle Series was begun today by Mary Wi Mason daughter of Llewellyn Mason a conductor on tho Alton road GrotT for 000 for broach of promise Groff Is a mem ber of tlio wellknown jewelry firm of Mayo Grotr and a reputed millionaire The plaintiff is a pretty blonde of 19 years and claims that Groff has repeatedly promised to marry her but failed to do so Groff is out of the city and hlspartners will not talk Goddard Strikes a Good Thing Oct F Goddard late chairman of the Passenger Association ad mitted today that he had accepted the chairmanship of the Trunk Lino Asaoeia headquarters at Now York aud a salary of a year Heavy California Halns has heavy rainfall fot days throughput and groat dumago tovtti And crops is feared Grand Junction Will Celebrate GHANH JUNCTION Oct to joint meeting of tho Coun olll Board of and hold to night decided to coiobrato the completion of tho Klo Grand Junction railway the con necting link of tho standard gauge system by a banquet Invitations will bo sent to the Colorado State officials tho Utah Territorial officials Colorado and Utah city officials Boards of Trade and Chambers of Commerce railway officers of tho roads centering In Grand Junction and the pross representatives of both Colorado and Utah Farvvell Co Will Incorporate CHICAGO Oct in tholino of some of the most prominent and successful firms lu Chicago tho old and well established firm of John V Farwell Co have decided to incorporate on tho first of The capital will bo about live mililoms but no prospectus will bo issued or stock offered to tho public Itis understood that other firms are alsoconsidering a change as this is ww generally conceded to be the most approved organization for conducting business Tho firm is tho oldest dry goods jobbing house in Chicago and is prominent not only for a lotig and unblemished record but also for the fact that one of its members is States Senator from Illinois According to the mercantile reports the capital of itho firm 1s six million and the an nual business twentytwo millions General Earljx Narrow Escape LYNCH BtiRO Oct 1 TRIBUNE Dls Francisco Chronicle GenonilJubal A Early had a narrow escape from death this afternoon Ho was stand ng in front of a building on Main street which was recently when suddenly and a moments warning the wall burying hl in in a mass debris He was rescued in about twenty minutes only slightly from under soino largo timbers which hold the debris off of his Priests Released Oct After Investiga tion by the Rev DrsV Mlnkenburg nnd Loentgoruth the Catholic clergy men who arrived yesterday on the and were not al lowed to land undorthe of the con tractlabor law havo been released pro ceeding on th eir joutnby to St Paul Theyv madbv an that they Iliad to n try not to act as pro f f to philosophy and N6 sum had been set receive f Senate Ocb 1 In tho Senate Sherman offered for the ap pointment of a committee of two to join a like committee part of the House to wait upon the President and inform him un loss he have any further communication to make tho are ready Blair said ho wanted to call up the Labor nil and have it acted upon before adjourn ment Ho was informed that the resolution was merely to call oh the Presidentforany communication he might haveito make and that it would nou interfere with the consid eration of the Labor bill The resolution was agreed to Tho Committee on Printing reported back tlio House bill to revise the wages of certain employes in tho Government printing office with a substitute providing that the wages of all employees engaged exclusively ou night work between 5 p m and 8 a tn be 20 per cent in addition to the amount paid for day Edmunds moved to proceed to executive business Mr Blair appealed to Edmunds to with draw his motion in order that tho Labor bill might bo taken up Edmunds insisted upon his motion and the Senate wont into executive session When the doors wore reopened the confer ence report on1 the House bill in reference to contracts for surveying public lands was agreed to Tho VicePresident laid before the Sen ate throe vetomessagesfromthe President two on bills referring to the Court of Claims and tho third on the bill to prohibit book making andpool selling in the District of Columbia for the purpose of gambling The President objectedto bill as it does not and pool sel ling but on the permits it in the case of the Washington Jockey Club and other clubs owning race tracksIf that form to be prohibited and the pro hibition should apply to all persons and places The messages were laid onthe table A luessage from the House askingconcur in a resolution to make a correction in the Tariff bill was not considered on Ed munds five minutes before three the Tariff bill eurolledwas received froni the House with the Speakers and irarne diutely and sent to Aldrich thereupon reported resolution with an amendment to fix the time at G oclock to day Harris offered aWresplution tendering the thanks of the to CITY OF MEXICO Oct Dis Francisco Bengooohia soninlaw of General Barrun dia arrived here tonight en route to the United Statesto present the case of Bar mndiato President Harrison after the killing of Barrundia was con stantly under the espionage of agents of the1 Barillas Government During the late war with Salvador he was an army surgeon He makes the statement thai when Barrundia embarked at Acapnlco Pitts guaranteed his life Pedro IPonseca who Barrundia during his terms as Secretary of War advanced lircd the first him from bcbind the sr stack Enrique Torrells captain of the port who was advanced to a colonelsliip by Barrundia kicked the the deck after he had been the police Bongoechia says hiswife beforehand of her fathers planned went to see entreated him not todeliverher father into the hands of his and1 Mizner promised her ho would not called on Mlxner four and oach promised her not to liver Barrundia up to tho Guatemalan authorities The family of Barrundia is impoverished and without even the neces saries of life Dr Bongoechia says that tho Pacific Mail Companys agent at Acapulco and Captain Pitts guaranteed the lifo of Barrundia and said they would afford him ample if ho agreed to continue his journey to Panama and not stop in American aort Ho agreed to this and took passage board the steamer at Acapulco was Escobar a brotherinlaw of Barillas who nade overtures to Captain Pitts of money for the delivery of Barrundia to nalan authorities which were refused Off Ohamporico Barrundia was accom panied by Colonel Garfias and Captain Vrnulfo Sangarman the latter of the Joxican army who is now on his return lero Garfias remained aC Salvador The shooting of Barrundia aboard the Acapulco is related in adrfloront manner Before Pitts read Mixners order two oflicers led Garfias and Sangarman below After the order was read Barrundia who was in his undershirt asked permission to his clothes and while la the act was shot at through one of the cabin windows the bullet wounding him He grabbed two revolvers and opened door and Toriollb and Pitts ran Fonseca opened fire from bohind a smokestack as also did four policemen one of tho balls ing Bammdias face directly uudor tho eye he falling to the deck dead Toriello rushed from his hiding place and commenced kicking the body All this passed within two minutes Barrundja did not fire a single Garfia and San Zar man claim that they heard Pitts toll two lady Peruvian passengers that it was an un called for and brutal murdor and thatBar rundia was shotat from behind cabin window He stopped talking when ho found that two men were listening THE IKON ANI STEEI 3fJEN impartlial and ported jthat i A rthoHpuse Carnefiie Delivers an Address IiiterestinsDiscuBsiois NEW YORK Oct thofirst ses sion of the Iron and Steel Institute was opened in Chickering Hall Sir James Kit son President of the British Association opened the meeting He said a of congratulation to the members of his so ciety upon bayingan opportunity to see the resourees of tho country Carnegie then delivered an address of Kitsoh responded is y honor to he said to bo welcomed here by Carnegie who is manufac turer of iron and steel in the world The remarkable reception wo have been given here since we landed justifies us that wo are welcomed as well by a vast num ber of people of the United Sir James then went into the history of the Iron and of Bessemer a paper on the Development of American Blast Furnaces with Special Reference to Large Gayloy thoughtthe day not when would be able to show a furnace in three years on a single Bell Gay leys paper said two weeks heard that a blast Jurnace turned put 2500 tons ofpig iron per week he did nqtibelievo it but now such f acts and figures rthafc fully conviuced ojt this marvelous accomplishment Sir Fredexick Abel of Woolwich was unanimously elected the association for two years The session then adjourned to up theHudson iriyer A Jjunatic Qct DiS lr Commander Francis tired dledin the Pennsylvania the insane this aged years Commander Dallas was then alieutenantT commander While in of commander An An ti Lotter y Section which Legislature beiallbwedilri BOISE Idaho Oct to TRIB fell tho rain from early morning till tho middle of tho afternoon when the sun came out strongly typical of the coming glory of a grand Republican triumph in which Idaho will fall in line with the galaxy of Republican States Tho rain may prevent a full vote in the country precincts but in Boise over 1000 votes were polled more than 20 per cent over two years ago and much greater than tho vote on the Constitution last fall While the count has not yet been made in Boise enough is known to say that the city is safely Republican on tho State ticket but the county ticket is badly scratched Tho Legislative ticket is thought to bo safely Republican Jorneroy precinct the largest country precinct near Boise polling over 100 votes gives tho Republican State ticket a majority of twentyfive The town of Shoshono polled a total vote of 244 compared with two years ago The tickets are badly scratched owing to county seat contest Two Bellevue parties were arrested for offering to buy votes Tho Legislative ticket is probably two Republicans and two Democrats Pocatello cast 714 votes Tho Republi cans have 248 put of 371 straight tickets The returns from Reynolds creek Owyhee county show 22 Republican majority Sil ver City and Delamer both in Owyheo are strongly Republican Owyhee will give 200 Republican majority for the State legislative ticket Caldwoll reports 23 Democratic on the county offices Tho State and legisla tive tickets are Republican Sufficient returns are now In from the country precincts to show that Ada county lias gone Republican by 150 majority Ran dall Republican forProbate Judge Is probably defeated Bobbins Republican for Sheriff will boat Oldham by a small margin Hasbrouck Republican for Clerk of the Court will have a tight rub aud will probably be defeated Leading Democrats concede tho State by from fiOO to JOOO A dispatch from Binham county says the indications are that the Re publicans havo elected the entire State County and Legislative1 ticket by 400 ma jority No Mormons voted vBoisov the county home of Ben Wilson Democratic candidate for Governor will go Republican by at least one hundred Elmore county niay be counted Republi can by a smaU majority Governor Shoup carried MountairrHome byeight though it was concededDemocratic before the elec tion Democrat for Attorney General led Roberts there by eighteen Oliver Republican will be State Senator defeating Green while Ming Republican will be the Representative Mountain Homo thinks she will boat Rocky Bar for the county seat The county offices will bo divided A dispatch just received from Pocatello says the RepublicanState ticket has 300 majority in the district The county is Republican from top to bottom aud tho Democrats have quit Oxford precinct reports Shoup 22 Sweet 22 Mayhew 14 Willey 2 Taylor 15 Pinkham 22 Sherwin 14 Moody 22 Wickersham 14 Coffin 22 Re gan 14 Roberts 22 Johnson 14 With the judicial ticket Republican at the above figures 23 Reeves 13 Winters 22 Quarles 14 Legislative and joint Bean 12 Rogers 13 Joint derwood 32 Sparks 14 Joint Representa Carlisle 14 Briggs 22 Caldwell 24 Kin port 32 Moon English 14 0 vide precinct near Mont pelier reports eight votes for the Repub lican candidates on the State ticket with but one for the Democratic reports all the Republican State county and Legislative ticket elected by eighteen majority except Smith for sheriff who beat Wood by five votes The indications iti Logan county point to a sweeping Republican victory Bellevue pblled303 votes with Republican majori ties Bradford gave the State Legislative and Judicial Republican candidates an average of twentyfour majority The ma jority in favor of county seat at Bellevue is seventyone The Democrats in Boise have thrown up the sponge so far as the State ticket is con concede State by a thousand The Republicans claim at least twentyfive hundred The Democrats will elect Ryaes probate judge and King clerk of the court inAda County but the State Is hoplessly Republican InOsbbrno sixtyfive votes were cast Sweet has sixteen majority Shoup Republican Legislative ticketTs in the lead The average Repub lican ticket goes Incomplete returns froni give for Congress 950 major ity Meagerreturns indicate that theLeg isiatureiwill stand thirty Republicans and twentytwo1 claim the State by Binffham County Elects the Entire j BIXG1IAM COUNTY SAVED Republican Returns c n T i I Thc Republican Ticket Elected By So Far Indicate a Sweeping a Good Majority publican Victory But the Demo POCATELLO Idaho Oct to crats Carry Georgia Sweet and the balance of tho Republican ticket will receive 310 majority in this precinct Smith for Sheriff 215 The balance of the county and lepis tive ticket will receive from 100 to 150 Re publican majority Tho count is progressing slowly The indications are that ontirb Republican ticket in county is elected by 400 majority Pocatello cost 710 There has been much scratching Out of 375 straight tickets the Republicans have 24S and trie Democrats 127 Tho canvass of the remaining 335 will take several hours to complete The latest returns indicate that Re publicans have carried Bingham county by over 100 majority Returns from the precincts along the line show a Republican majority for tho State ticket of 300 and every district and county officer Is elected REPORT OF THE RAUM MINORITY Two Democrats Dissatisfied With the Management of the Pension ou the Perse cution of the Jews in Vetoed Bills At Bel lev we and Bradford BKLLEVUE Oct to tho polled 303 votes and the indications at midnight point to a sweeping Republican victory There is much delay in tho count and it will not be completed before morning Bradford polled seventyeight as follows Shoup 51 Wilson 27 Sweet 51 Mayhew 27 Willey 53 Taylor 25 Pinkham 55 Sherwin 33 Moody 51 Wickorsham 27 Cofhti 40 Johnson 37 llarroun 54 Kclley 24 Huston 50 51 Sullivan 51 Maxwell 23 Ensign 27 Weir 30 Mc Gowan 12 Stockslager 59 Bruner 44 Barnum 34 Smith 53 Daugherty 25 Armstrong 53 Mill 16 Dryden 45 Bled 01 Joint roo 56 Carlisle 22 county 74 Shoshone 3 TWBNTVrNINE TO ELEVEN BsAVEt OANON Idaho Oct to vote 29 Demo crat 11 The Soda SpringsMajority SODA SPRINGS Idaho to Springs precinct total vote seventysix Republican majority twonty Republican Majority at Camas GAMAS Oct precinct gives a Republican ma jority liittle Scratching at McCammoiu MGCAMMON Oct to votes were cast fortysix Republican and fourteen Democratic with butfhttlo scratching AND THE TARIFF The Secretary Not an Aggressive PresidentialCandidate CHICAGO Oct ExAssistant Postmas ter General Clarkson in an interview in a local paper this evening speaking of tho tariir said he is pleased with it as a whole but does not favor the sugar and tin plate schedule as passed Reciprocity ho looks upon as protections option tin free When askexl if ho thought Mr hlainc would be an aggressivecandidate for the Presi dency in 1892 he said I do not the man does not live who would refuse a Presi dential nomination and if hs be tendered it ho would accept but he will norftoht for ft Mr Blaine I look upon as the greatest force hi the world J Oct Dispatch Francisco Clnvniclc Series la understood that tho Presidfnt after care fully examining tho corrospondonce in the Karruiulia affair has reached tho conclusion that it is not compatible with tho public In terests transmit all of the papers to Con gress at and that therefore none will bo sent in answer to the resolu tion recently passed by tho House The de cision of tho Ircsfdrrst though based no doubt on good nnd substantial irasons ex cites somo surprise inasmuch as it was known hat the officials of the State De partment have no objection to inn king pub lic tho in case In fiet it is known that they had uiveu the Committee on Foreign Affairs assuruuos that the cor respondence would promptly bo submitted to the House if a resolution oaJlliif for tho papers were The quosilouof Miz ncrs recall is not involved in tho refusal of lVesiknt ho the House Such a stop is said not to havo beou considered TI1K PUHL1C DliHT STATEMENT WASIUNOTON Oct debt statement of in terest bearing debt exclusive of United States bonds issued to Pacitfc railroads debt on which interest has ceased since maturity agirro bevrinE no interest including National fund deposited in the Treas ury under tha act of July 14 KSOO 423 URgrogiitcof ollsct by cash in the afTKroffate of debt includinucertificates September 30 KS10 decrease of bonded debt during tho month total cash in the treasury debt less cash In the Treasury September 30 1890 debt less cash In the Treasury August 30 1S90 decrease of debt during month THU SPOKAKB JjAND CASE The Secretary of the Interior today ren dered a decision in the cise of R E Spicer et al vs The Northern Pacific Railroad Company in which the motion filed 011 be half of Spicer for a review of the De partmental decision of July 17 ISJO is denied Tho case involves JGO acros of land within the limits of Spokane Falls valued at several millon dollars TEH SlIjVKn PURCHASES The silver offerings today amounted to ounces The purchases were ounces as follows ounces at and ounces at GEORGIA GOES DEMOCRATIC There Was No Opposition and Every thing Was Quiet MACON Oct quiet char acterised the election hero today The vote was light there being no opposition to the Democratic nominees ATLANTA returns show that the Democratic ticket is elected by the heavy majority there being prac tically no opposition Both constitutional amendments have probably been carried The General Assembly is threefourths Al liance SAVANNAH Oct election passed oil quietly and was a complete walk over for the Democrats The State to the 800majority The returns received show large gains for the Republicans over the DEMOCRATIC BUMLiDOZERS Intimidated by the Sheriff s ti es i r The1 returiis come in slew Nothing is complete except from preci nets from whi ch it is Lard f ar fiyo oies were in d hour or PoivellClay ton Willing to Die LITTLE ROCK Repub lican convention in thoSecond Congres sional district today indorsed the Union Labor candidate Tsom P Powell Clayton lyhich be said the State of Arkansas would never be cleared fromthe stainof the of John M Clayton as long as Breckinrldgc remains in In conclusion he said life was once dear to me butthe time lias iunv when lean take my life iir my hands with perfect resignation and if I can only suc ceed in defeating Breckihridge 1 iagly die in Minister Phelps Speaks HACKEXSACK N to Germany a speech to the Scr Ken to night in which he said the issue of protec tion was the roalissue of the day and the Force bill could n6t be made the main issue because tho party is not united on the expediency of tbc measure George William Curtiss BOSTON meeting prelim inary to the the National Civil Service Reform League was held Tremont Temple this evening President George William Curtis delivered the auriual address to a largeaudiences Liodfje Is ReX6minated N Oct Henry Cabot Lodge was renominated for pongrcss by the SixthDistrict JBxGovernor OrNeil Til Oct ONeal is He was stricken with paralysis tad ay Five Immigrants NEW VBur line arrived to day passage steamer the tbo sergeBht inri th e com n if were shot Tlio Senate confirmed the following nom inations and Consuls George S Batchcllor York Portugal S II Missouri to Slam Smith A Whitfield Assistant PostmasterGeneral James Laverio Bell Pennsylvania Second Assistant Postmaster General John Irwin Iowa Governor of Arizona Railway J Pennsylvania George M Pullman Illinois Henry G Davis West Virginia THTS HAUM JUNOIUTV IIKIOHT Tho minority of tlie special House com mittee appointed to investigate the charges against Pension Commissioner Raum Messrs Lewis and Goodnight havo united in the preparation of a report sottinc forth their opinions on the results of the investl gation The report reviews the evidence lu the refrigerator case and says Wo lament the conduct of a public official who invokes a protection of the criminal law to scxeen himself from a proper investigation and to hide from public view the details of a busi ness which is being conducted from one of the public bureaus and concerning tho character of which so many and such damaging charges have been As to the charge of tho advancement of pension claims for Lemon in of his endorsing the Commissioners note the report states that no intimate friendship Is known to have existed between tho Com missioner and Lemon and there were no business relations buiiwecn them before this transaction Why should Lemon a good business man risk upon one who afraid to have his business inquired into Tho completed files system was just what Lemon demanded and as soon as It was established hewas ready to underwrite the Commissioner In conclusion the report reads Thus it seems to us the Commissioner of Pensions has not properly esteemed tho deiicato dutiesOf his great ofllce nor has he meas ured up that high standard of patriotic con sideration for the public service which should prevail in this department in ad justing the disbursements of nearly one third of the entire revenues of the Govern ment The Pension Office is altogether too sacred a place for tho development of tba personal thrift and enterprise manifested in this It was established that the Nation might properlycare for those to whom it owes a gratitude too sacred for trilling It is a monument to the munificence of a grateful people and its hundreds of employees should be trusty men and not stock gam blers That a place thus hallowed should be used for stockjobbing or specula tion converted into a spawning place for corporations and a stall for bartering and double dealing is a rejection upon Our Gov ernment such a of the public service we think cannot be too strongly concerned If the real and sensitive demands of the occasion bo measured by the example of tho forbearing Nazarcne who the temple the merchants and money changers or by the commendable conductor President Arthur In removing an Associate Justice of the Arizona Supreme Court fofrborrowing money from an attorney practicing before him Congress must agree with us that there should be a betterment ofthepublic ser vice by a house cleaning in thePension Bureau As a majority of the committeeIntend to pursue the investigation at the next session of Congress their report may not be until that time KOSSIAS ANTIJEWISH The President today to House in answer to a resolution concerning the enforcement of the V against the Jews in Russia a the Secretaryof State upon hisletter Secretary Blaine refers pondenco on the same subject House in 1SS2 si Despondence bas been had ment ofRussia in o   

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