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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATJON EXCEEDING Of ALL THE OTHER DAILIES CITY COMBINED U THE MOST EXTENSIVE BEST ADVERTISING MSDIUI IX TOE MOUNTAIN REGION VOL 257 LAKE CITY UTAH OCTOBER 3 1890 PRICE FIVE Why a Tilled English Me Coin in a Cellar MORE OF THE RED JIM REVELATIONS against England hardly less decided than the Milan decrees of Napoleon Tho Berlin correspondent of tho News says It Is stated that tho German Government contemplates reprisals if the United States refuse to modify tho MeKlnley SALT LAKE 1AND CASE How McDcnnott Jjcd tho Hot Headed Irishmen into ICuropuaiiH Stirred Up Ky tho McKinlcy Firo at Sydney A Fire at Sydney Y N 8 Oct firo broke out In this city last Despite tho cJlorts of tho Jirornon and assistance by tho citizens it spread and rapidly extended over si largo area on Pitt Castle Beach Moore and fiunter streets Among tho buildings destroyed were tho City Bank Athcmeurn Club and waiOhousos of Lart Sons Fcld hciin Gibbs Shellard Lawler Klchardson Wrench A number of other business houses wore in jured Damage Secretary Me Decidesin Favor of the Central Pacific PROTEST FROM ENGLISHEXPORTERS LONDON Oct Dispatch San Francisco Thomas Frcake dimxl at tho Club Mils oven ing in coinpiiny with Fnddlu Jlobson a gentleman joekoy To at tho club Sir Thomas told In ofiiifidenco tho roiil story of matter that formed tho basis of tho Police Court proceedings yesterday It ap pears that about twolvo ago lie had a liaison with a lady which however was ended a long ago though a plalonlc acquaintance has been kept up by them ever Blnco About oiXhtoori months ago Sir Thomas introduced friend Mr Gibson U tho lady ho says a loafer with jUwolutoly no means md was regarded as a regular tamo rat In KrealcO house hold Hft abused the friendship of Lho fam ily and Ktolo tho cornwpondcficc which had boon oaiTled on between Hlr Thomas and tho lady fu MmflOJibKon bcoarno Intimate with and a groat dcul of inlluenco over luiiy mid ovori wont no far as to propose a blackmailing Hflurtrio against Sir Tlionuis wlto began to suspect that an Intrigue was going on and U Intercept tnoir Id teri suspicions word jwiflmiod und I lui lady rnado a wloan broast of It but Sir Thomas did nut bnliovo in his friends per fidy so thft lady usohomo With him In nrdor to provo It was that she should havu an intorvlew at hJr houso withGibson and in Uiero was a paper partition behind which Kroake was concealed From tin conversation ho hoard thoro hohad no doubt on the matter Hotlton arrantrcd with fobson n inornber of Georjcos to clrun Glbsun and sot tho key to liis lock or at lho oiub in which thu Ultirs woio A GcrziKin Spy in France Oct the wo man who was urrijstcd at Cannes on sus picion of a German spy and in whoso potaiessioh wcro found plans of tho cofcnsfis of that place has confessed that Bho was In tho employ of tho Gorman Government at a moiitlily salary of tOO francs besides which she received traveling exponcea in A U or to i was subject ho on glisg would tie dangerous Then thny to Invite Gibson to lunch at Sir house on Tuesday and afterwards they proposed to gu to an empty houso at No I Cromwell Uuad South Kensington thu family mansion In order Ui HOD sctureUiry of a private tlmutor h attached to tho homo and which Sir ThomuH jwotomlod ho wanted to sell On arriving at thu house thoy wont to Mid collar under pretext of soclngthe scenery and they sot foot on Wjjj ground Sir Thomas whistled whnroupori llolwon and Williams with tho lady apntaroil and asked for the Icnys club locker WhiMi ftIIwon ivfused throatonod to put him In tho plain closcl und leave him thoro to America and loft him to starve and only hlf bones would bo found uUimatoty hut Gibson wus gamoand stubborn so they tired of cajoling him and throw him lown and took tho keys from him When Sir Thomas roturnfid from the and opened tho small tin box he had taken and which supposed contained tho lottorfi ho discovered tho box to ho empty For this reason ho dispatched caoman for tho other hex which ho notlcod in tho locker hut did not disturb When this arrived It was found to contain only some photograph negatives Tho result Is that tho lotors havo not lioon scoured In spite of Lewiss statement In court to the contrary Mr Cflhsori was released and tried to assault Williams while ho wus removing tho huridcufls Williams thereupon kicked him into tho sdrutt with tho handcuffs still on Gibson Immediately Hod to tho police station to lodge a complaint against Williams and tfno inspector thought ho was escaped convict or lunatic so ho looked him up Ho in tho coll for eight hours hlH wife arrived and Identified him and then ho was released Tho eutlrosympathy at all the olubs is with Sir Thomas Froako Xne Effect of DIcKinloys Bill BitusSKns OoL Independence tho iidoption of tlio McKlnley tariff bill Insures tho failure of tho Worlds Fair at Chicago as it will hu a needless and hopeless expense fur Europeans to soud exhibits thuro Storms in Germany TJRULrr Oct severe storm prevailed throughout Northern Germany today Se rious diuruigo has boon dono property At Hamburg sevrral persons wore drowned and tho lower portions of tho city Hooded The Austrian Kleotions VriSNNA Jet for morabors of tho lower Austrian Diot wore held today Tho antiSomllloa combined with the Clericals and captured livo seats In Vienna Harrisons Appointment Record Report of the ActingGovernor of Bonded Debt Reduc Sawyer Replies to the itaum Minority Keport Goes to Malta LONDON Oct will spond tho winter at THE CiVJL SERVICE REFORMERS THJEV TALK AND lillOKKN POLITICS Several Hollos of the Spoils System that Must AVlpod Curtis Makes Another Speech JIMS CAMPAIGN Dnvitt Continues the Story of the Dynamite Plots LONDON Oct San Francisco Chronicle Pavltt will glvo a sooouil iniitallmont of his rovolations conoorolng tho dynamite plots in hispaper tlio Labor World tomorrow Ho narrates that before lied Jim MoDor mott loft Now York ho wiia told that an ofllciul from Dublin OasMo would oull upon him at a hotel iii Blrkonhoad near Llvor ool under tho name of Goorgo Tones who is nono other than Jonkinsou chief of Criminal Investigation Department of Dublin McDormott reached Dublin m Fobrnary ISiSS tho oillces of tho news pnpors ropresontlng hlmsolf as n correspond on t of tho Bfoolcliu Daily Argus and pro duced letters from Linn Palmor to that effect Ho intimated also that he was really an agont of 0Donovan Kossa and in Ireland on a visit to tho Ho diluted oh the futility o more rarllainehtary constitutional agitation and said that ho boUeved In tho policy of strik ing torrorMnto for nothing but dynamite would bring John Bull to his knees Tho article ooutinues to toll how through MoDormotts plotting Gallusnor with whom Pulton and Whitohovd who are now under penal servitude for life wore made parties to a wild plot of McDermotts designing and thou ho had arrested McDorauHt agitated dyiuimities took young and Inflam matory men and gave thorn dynamite and tolographed the polico agent ho was ENGLAND PUT TO SHAME Comments of tho Press on tho Irish JPund LONDON Oct Gasettc an articlo commenting in a sneering manner upon tho movement in America to establish a fund for tho relief of tho faralao sufferers in Ireland It says tho movement is simply n lodge to secure tho Irish vote Tiio Star says America shames Tho establishment of a British fund to relievo distroys4n Ireland is Tho fyiily Hewssays Every true Eng lishman honors tho liberalhanded mouof America but every true Englishman must feel his owu Government which isonly offonng Iroland coercion while strangers arc oiTerltig hor TOe THE EUROPEANS WINOE Them McKi n J ey Bill Keeps Stirred Xfp LONDON Oct Chronicle doubts tho wisdom of tho Canadian statesmen in stir feud with their powerfiil neighbor on uccpn the especially whou the opinion quarters a preliide to a Oct a mooting of tho Gen eral of the National 01 vil Service Kiiform Loaguo here today it was voted to the Executive Oommlttoo by four and Kdwurd Carry Charles Caldens and William Koulkoof Indiana and Elohard II Dana of Cambridge woro elected At tlio business mooting there was a fair atten dance of members and a fuw spectators Hon William Curtis was unani mously chosen president for tho ensuing year Charles T Bonaparte of Baltimore road a paner on Tho HohUion of Civil Service lie form to Other in which lie said it Is tho function of civil sorvioo reform to provide for all other reforms To expect to get solutions TO such problems as tho tariff currencyand thopension such men lui make up the bulk of tho House of Con gross or to deal wisely with tho labor and liquor quostioris by tho aid of such men as rnaku up our Legislatures und city coun cils is as irrational as to expect llgs from thlstlos A long discussion was had upon tho prop osition to print different papers some gen tlemen taking exceptions to a portion of their Contents and objecting to tholr going Iceoid apparently us being sanctioned by tho association A resolution was finally adopted thai tho Executive Committee bo directed Ill preparing the papers for cation to prefix a note that the League is norresponsible for tho views therein ex pressed Tho Commltteo on Resolutions presented u lengthy roporb which was unanimously adopted Tho League congratulates tho country that tho attempt to nullify tho Eo foiiu law luring the the present session was defeated In tho House1 and that tho law was flofended by distinguished members of both parties Tho League recognizes tho iact that places in tho public service are now filled upon a trco and fair competition by merit alone while Commissioner Rooso velt gives assurance that ninetytwo per cent of tho dorks so appointed under tho lust administration have boon retained It recalls with satisfaction tho de cision of tho Attorney General In sustaining tho Civil Service Commission re vocation of appointments jnado in doflanoo ot tho Kcform law and thu Indictment of persons for receiving political contributions commends tlio explanation of the Civil Ser vice Commission before tho IJouao com mibtoo and congratulates tho country upon tho choice of tho Commission by tho present administration according tho National adminis tration tho greatest credit for whatever ad vanoos havo been made the League finds It nooosyary to remind the country that pledges made by tho successfulparty at tho last election havo been disregarded Tho reform system has not boon extended Tho spirit and purpose of reform has not onlj not boon observed in all tho executive do but often violated Laws a yariancc with reform legislation have no been repealed nor has there boon any pro position for tholr repeal Against this vio lation of pledges the Loaguo records its un qualified protest The dismissal of post masters for no other cause thatt political opinions or party affiliations resulting in a partisan devastation of an important branch of tho public service Is a breach o faith with tho country j a gravo oftonso against our politics The important duty oftaking tho census should bo committed to an olllcW selected of fitness and with no regard to the policy of partisan considerations Tho league urges tbo friends of reform to press upon attention and on Congress a repeal of laws proscribing fixed terms of office which designated to facilitato partisan changes without tho odium ot an express and positive removal as a measure of relief from ono of tho worst and most widely diffused abuses ofthe spoils system Thu leagueapproves the principles and objects of the bill introduced In Congress present session to regulate tho apnointnuMit of fourthclass postmasters by causing tholr selection to bo made upon business principles Jn conclusion the League declares that tho necessity of reform wasnever more the recognized as tt demonstration of hostility urgent The Loaguo will prosecute with un flagging energy its appeal to that matured opinioft of tho Atnerlcaupeople which re abuse that menaces the welfare of SavonVl reports wore read Bonaparte the complete demoralization of the Republican party of tho distribu tion of patronago said that the delegates to tho ncxtHepublicnn Notional Convention would bo pled cod agalnsfc A d jon rhccV to raeetJn E uffalo next banquet Curtis made a speech in which ho said a hdftlthy condition that States Senator been litorally ior deoln ring that Power f always intoxicate itself and so thehhope of preform tjiilways ii tlie iniriority browned SALT LAKH TRITJUNE BUREAU MT Fourteenth Street WASHINGTON D Oct C IRO Tho Secretary oi tho Interior today ren dered a decision In tho appeal of the Central Pacific Kailrnad Company in tho case of that corporation against John Taylor and Junios Wadman The decision was rendered by Commissioner Sparks in rejecting tho claim of tho company to tho south half of the northeast quarter and lots 1 and 2 of section 3 township i north range 2 west in tho Salt Lake City district Sparks decided in iavor of Taylor and Wadman Tho tracts are within tho grant of the company under tho act of July 1 1802 enlarged July 2 1804 and tho rights attached on definite lo cation October 20 1SOS The Secretary holds that under tho prece dents he is compelled to decide that as Wadman did not declare that his claim is not suQlcient to except the tract from tho operation of tho grant consequently ho de cidod in favor of the company A similar decision Involving almost the same points in Colorado was decided yesterdayin favor of the Union Pacific NEW CUSTOMS JtBCHTLATIONS WASHINGTON Oct Batch cllor has written ftho Secretary of State in regard to tho question submitted to our ConsiiiGonoral at London by the Secretary of tho Chamber of Commerce of that city concerning tho manufacturers additional statements required under tho customs ad ministrative act Tho of such state ment 171 proscribed by the Treasury De provides for a declaration by tho manufacturer of merchandise con signed for salo byhim or his account to a person in tho United States showing the actual cost ol1 production und shipment Tho London Chamber of Commerce do sires that in lion of thoabove declaration our customs authorities accept the following declaration That for trado dc ollno to givo my consignees tho particulars asked for but am willing to givo the same to tho United States ConsulGeneral for his personal It was represented to the ConsulGunoral by tho consignors that it is unfair to require them to givo con signees Information us to tho cost of upro duct and all the demerits entering into such cost and it Is destructive of tbonat urallaws of commerce and trade for them to do It In his letter General Batchollor says As tho form of declaration proscribed by your State Department is confined to the particulars requiredby section S of tho siot of Juno 10 1890 to bo specified iu the ofliclal statement and asunder tho terms of that law such a statement must be presented to tho Collector of Customs by a person agent partner or consignee who must UUIKO tho declaration prescribed by section 5 of the same act that the Invoice on which he makes tho entry contains also a just and faithful account of all tho cost of finishing said goods etc This Department is of the opinion that the information as to the ac tual cost cannot consistently with the pro visions of the law cited bp witheld from tho consignee and made tho subject of a confi dential communication from tho consignor to tho consuls and that no other form of statement than form can beaccepted as satisfying the requirements of the HARRISONS APPOINTMENTS In the ten months of tho session that closed yesterday President Harrison sent to tho Senate 38J7 nominations of which all but twelve were confirmed As many of these contained the names of more than ODG person thoy represented probably 4500 ap pointments Several hundred of theno wore postmasters at offices which have become Presidential through tho growth of business They also include tho appointments in con nection with tho census nearly all of which were temporary In tho first session of the Fortyninth lasted eight months President Cleveland sent to tbo Senate nominations Tho following are among tho nominations which failed of con Alouzo L Richardson Marshal for Idaho James F Burnett of Las Graces Indian Agent Now Mexico A TARIFF SECTION OMITTED It appears that an importantomission was niado in the tarill bill as enrolled and signed Section 30 of the InternalRevenue schedule originally stricken out by the Senate and subsequently restored by tho conference was completely omitted in the enrollment This section provided for the allowance of a drawback on smoking and manufactured tobacco andsnull held in unbroken packages in the hands of manufacturers at the date when tho reductions go into effect As this date is January first next however there will still be ample Congress at the next session to correct tho error by supplemental legislation to the Territory for school purposes them Carlos Apaches be removed from the Territory aud tliu reservation be opened for settlement thatthosalaVles of tho pres ent Judges in Sf00t per yoar and that the pay of Legislators be increased to SiO per day THE BONDED DBIIT HKUljCTION It stated at tho Treasury Department that the decrease in tho clobt during tho month SlVilGiMO was greater than any month since the period of refund ing operations undor Jocretnry Sherman tho nearest approach ly it boinu In tho month of The decrease ir tho bonded delit for the tlrst nineteen months nf tho presentAdministration was an average monthly reduction of Tiio foregoing figures relate absolutely to the bunded debt less cash in Treasury at tho various dates specified A REPORT JucJgo on behalf of tho majority of tho Maum Committee stated tnigit to an Associaiod Press reporter that be learned with surprise that a minority report had been given out It was well understood by the committee was not all in and the invostigutinn not closed Look ing up tho allegations in tho minority re port ono by due ludtro Sawyer said there was not one of the siatouienLS ho be lieved borne out by tho evidence complete though it was As to the Iht of stockholders tlie proof shows that Smyser subscribed alone for stock With to Bradley Tanner Commissioner linums pri vate socixtary tho evidence showed that at the outside he had qnly written four or five letters on the refrigerator companys busi ness in tho pension oflice during olKco hours His association with tho District of Colum bia branch company was purely nominal and the company itsolf had not yet been brought into active existence Tanners promotion was shown to be nradc in the ful illmeiit of a promise toKaums predecessor With this exception there was no evidence to show thac anybody employed in the Pen sion was directly or iiidiroctly tho ownor nf any stock in the Refrigerator Company Tho majority had carefully tho testimony with regard to favoritism attorneys and had reached the conclusion that favoritism was impossi ble The of tho committee ap proved the orders establishing tho completed lilcs system s expediting business Thoy found that there was no evidence to show that tlio Commissioner over failedto give time and attention to the duties which should bo expected Judge Sawyer remarked in that he gavo expression to what ho under stood to be tho views of the majority with some hesitation because he did nob undor stand that tho investigation was yet closed but as the minority had seenjfitto mako their statement public ho thought it only proper to do so When asked in regard to Lemons endorse ment Judge Sawyer replied that tha evi donee established that Lomoji endorsed notes for General Kaum to of and received as collateral 1000 shares in the Gypsum Mining Company in Virginia Tho only evidence Ibeforo tho committee as to tho value of the stock was that ono salo had boon made per share flLY FEW QF THEM LEFT Eat Eleven DemocratsElected to the Idaiio Legislature THE REPUBLICANS HAVE FORTYTHREE The Entire Republican State Ticket EJectecl by About Two Thousand Republican Split in Ada Gives the County Oilices to tlie Democrats BOISE CITY Idaho Oct to come in slowly from all over the State As iii previous dis patches tho State if solidly Republican and tho majority will not fall short of It isjikely to reach 2000 At Wallace the Democrats run in many illegal voters and It is probable a contest bo made Tho Democratic Sheriff who was a reelection appointed a number of Demoi Lcmhi but they are regarded certainly Republican TVashiugton county gives a small majority to the Republican State ticket It elects two Republican Representatives and one Democratic Senator Alturas gives i strong Republican majority to the State ticket and on the Legislature will sond Gunn and Mills ami Gibbons Logan county returns are all in showing Armstrong and and Striden elected to tho Legislature Shoshoue county pivos 200 majority for Shoup Sweet and the Legislative The JJatah County Voto Moscow Oct to TRIB following Is afull report from twelve of the largest precinct In Latah county Shoup 0o Wilson 5Sl Sweet 031 Matthews 553 Oil Taylor 575 Phikhnm 017 Slier win 5S1 Conin Regan 578 Woody 010 Wickersham 575 Roberts OOfi Johnson 583 Eurroun SsO Kelley fill Huston SOS Morgan 007 Sullivan SOS Maxwell GOO Ensign 5fi7 Weir 573 THE RISGAL NOW IN ZIOH Swindling Operations of a Gay ani Genial Clothier TWO BOYS BUTCHER EACH OTHER A Pennsylvanian Daring Train Robbery in Arson Case in Record of Crime THE WYOMING ELDORADO EXCITEMENT OVER TUBS GOtD DIS COVERIES CONTINUES Ore 3Jrouglit In that Thousand Dollars to the to tho Will Rim a Road TITS ARIZONA REPORT Tho affairs of tho Territory of Arizona during tho fiscal year just closed are de tailed in the report made to tho Secretary of the Interior by N C Murphy acting Gbvernor Ho states ho is unollloiallv in formed that tho recent census shows the population of the Territory to bo ex clusive of Indians and military reserva tions and with those who live on the reser vations not Indians tho population of the Territory will probably exceed a gain in ton years of The raining industry tho report states is in a more heaichy condition than ever but greatattention is being paid to agriculture owing to the productiveness bC tho lands OwinK to restrictive legislation in Idaho and the probability of similar action in Utah thinks the im migration of Mormons to Arizona will in crease The of Mormons now in tho Territory is estimated at the The report states that un less restrictive areadopted the Territory become Alormonlzed to such an extent disturb society and the affairs of Statehood Ho recommends that Congress rant thesame protection to Is enjoyed byIdaho and that the Idaho test Amohal The has quitoTa prinldlngof Mexicans aniong the A majority naturalized cltlzensaudarein American There few Chinese compared andusyotvthoycut no in SARATOGA Oct to is no abatement of in terest over tho discovery of rich gold leads at Gold Hill twentythree miles due cast of Saratoga Jainos B Cusick an old and ex perienced miner and withal a reliable man has just returned from tho new camp wtioro he has been to investigate for himself not being willing to risk tho reportsin circula tion He brought with him ore mined by himself to prevent tho possibility of This ore takenfrom the nine foot vein of free goldbearing loft his possessionuntil crushed and panned The amount of ore so treated weighed twelve ounces and tho result was a glittering and amazing show of tho yellow metalfit tho brain of the most steadygoing of men Prom the amount of gold taken in the crudest possible manner he judged the ore to run not less than per Mr Cusick and others whocaroc io today say that the half has not been told of the richness of this camp Considerable ore has already been taken and Mr Cusick is of the opinion that there is already onehun dred thousand dollars In sight Vigorous efforts are being made to forward this camp as rapidly as possible before snow flics for then all prospecting must cease Not so however with assessment work and tunnel ing These can bo pushed forward the greater part of the winter By the time this dispatch is inprint a good road the work of the ness men of this place will be nearly if not quite completed and parties wishing to visit tho new camp will find it but a few Lours ride from this place Tho country isde scribed as a succession of hills parksand lakes There are at least a dozen beautiful parks of from ten to twenty acres each and eight lakes of from forty to sixty acres each The camp is situated in township seventeen range on the divide between the headwaters of Medicine Bow pass and Brush creek and north of the Snowy range Bald mountains There is an abundance of water and timber and a charming and romantic site for Asample of gold taken from the Levia than will beforwarded to the mint in Den ver by tomorrows mail to ascertain the value of this gold per ounce The older i heads counseled caution and there have beeti those who smiled in derision at the fabulous reports of Wyomings Eldorado but the last scoffer has joined the ranks of claimtakers and there remains none to stem the golden tide A solitary prospector with pick the Na tions treasury then a busy throng of eager men a camp in his wake The Knights Must Go NEW YORK Oct circular hajs been issued by VicePrcsident Webb of the York Central in which it is stated that the company objectedto its employeesbeing Knights of Labor The management is sat isfied organization is inconsistent with efficient service and any time to prevent it from discharging to The facts in connection with tholate stfilce roadare recited In proof and the heads ofthe departments1 are directed to call of tho to the circular erats who guarded tho polls and used their official position to bulldoze and intimidate voters They succeeded in polling many illegal votes Reports from North Idaho are scattering as yet Ingle precinct Latah county gives on an average ten Democratic majority Gcnosee precinct reports nine majority for the Republicans on the State ticket Palouse precinct Latah county gives an average Republican majority of twentyfive on the State ticket Ketchum Alturas county is Democratic on the State ticket by two to eight Weiser Washington county reports a Democratic majority on tho State ticket of twentyfive Nugets beats Brown by sixty for DistrictJudge Atlanta Klmore county is about even on the State ticket all through Rocky Bar Elrooro county gives the Republican State ticket from ten to fourteen majority throughout Eagle Rock Bingham county gives the Republican State ticket from four to fifteen majority tho only exception a ma majority of six for Taylor Democrat for LieutenantGovernor Lastjiigbt the indications were that Oliver Elmore county Republican candidate for the Senate had defeated White Democrat but the returns now show that White is pos sibly elected The vote is close between King and Partcllo but favorable to the Re publican candidate Ethol Republican will defeat Biggorstaff for joint Representative Mountain Homo gives a small Democratic majority for the State ticket Wardner gives Shoup thirtysix majority over Wilson and Sweet sixteen over May hew with Republican majorities on the State ticket ranging from thirty to forty Pocatello reports the entire Republican State ticket elected by nearly 200 majority Bingham county has given over 400 Repub lican majority on the State and Legislative ticket There will be a solid Republican delegationin tho Legislature from Bing ham Duboiss county It will be solid for Dubois and Shoup Latah county is safely Republican The State ticket receives 200 Republican majority Moscow precinct lost 250 votes by reason of inadequate voting facilities RESULTS OF A REPUBLICAN SPLIT Thefight among tho Republicans of Ada county despite tho repeated warnings of leading papers of the Northwest has re sulted in a Democratic victory in the county which is surely Republican on a straight issue The Democrats have elected almost the entire county ticket and three out of the five members of tho Legislature certain with prospects of one more This makes a bad showing before the country It is to be hoped that tho Republicans here will now bury the hatchet cease to cherish ideas of revenge get into line with tho Re publican party of the State and work for good of tho party RETURNS BY COUNTIES From returns already in with conserva tive estimates on those yet to hear from the following by counties will give a fair tho results tho estimate being on the State andLegislative ticket Republican with Legislature three Democratic and two Republican Republican with theLegis ture two Republican and Republican with the Legis lature four Republican Bear Republican with the Legis lature one Republican Democratic with three Demo cratic members of the Republican one Republican of the Legislature j Republican three Republican No Mxnmons Voted Idaho to MO votes were cast in the county tho Mormons not voting The Re publican State ticket is elected by U5 ma jority Tho Republican and Senator are elected The county omoors are divided with Spongbtrg elected for Dis trict Clerk Gee Assessor Patton Probate Judge all being Gentiles with the Sheriff in donbt Montpelier elects a Gontilo Com missioner In Glens FerryPrecinct GLBNS FKKUV Idaho Oct to Glens Ferry precinct the election passed quietly Sinnott for Pro bate Judge und Stocksluger for Judge of tho Fourth District run ahead of their tickets The average Republican vote was GO Average Democratic S3 At Cold Springs 11 Republican and 10 Democratic rotes was polled The county seat is in doubt both sides claiming it by small majorities The Nez Perec Majorities LSWSTOW Walla Walla Oct to Pereo gives tho following Republican majorities Sweet 3S Shoup 41 Willey 55 Pinkham 37 Coflin 4fi Moody Roberts 27 Nooly 15 Houston r0 Morgan 39 Max well 11 Poo 123 ONeill 7 Weiler 70 Aling ol Goodnight 40 Sterry 10 Oct to four weeks nKo a very slick citizen appeared In this city repre senting himself as the agent of Llchenor Tacnlet Rochester N y no had samples of clothing and took orders extracting from for each suit acccording to tha sum tho suckers possessed Tho clothes were like tho famous letter they never came Ho signed his mime M Rappapart The Rochester firm now denies that man is in their employ The genial Mr Rjippapart also visited Rnlidu Glcnwood Aspen and when last heard from was Salt Lake doing quite well The estimate is made that ho pulled Colorado some S000 Quito a number of people in tho city will bo satisfied to wear dusters this winter at rough out of TWO WAKING ROBBERS Another Repitblicaiv Majority SALMONCITV Ida via Red Rock Oct to Repub licans carried this prectinct Governor Shoup has 00 majority and the State and egislativo ticket about 50 In Mai ad Valley Utah Oct to Tho vote including all the pre cincts in Malad valley gives our ticket an average of 134 to tho Democratic ticket 02 Tho county will give tho Republicans a majority of 150 The Eagle Kock Vote EAGLE ROCK Idaho Oct to vote of this precinct gives the Republican State ticket 92 Democrats 78 Taylor for LieutenantGovernor is ten ahead of tho Democratic ticket They Board a Train Twice and Rob the Kxprcss Safe TIFFIK Oct A bold express bery was committed on the Cincinnati San dusky Cleveland train south of hero this morning Immediately after tho train left Urbnna two masked men with cocked re volvers entered tho express oar and com pelled the Adams Express messenger A L Sctiddor ro throw up his hands They tied him securely und robbed the safe of pack containing several thousand dollars and other valuables While at work a bralcomon attempted to enter tho car and was shot at by one iobber IJo tho and tho train slowed up to givo an opportunity to capture the robbers but they jumped from tho train just as it enter ing West Liberty and disappeared in tho darkness Mpssongor Sondder was bound in his chair Ono of tho robbers trkd to kill Scudder be fore leaving tbo car Placing a revolver at his hond ho pulled the trigger but tho car tridge failed Uvexplode Tho other robber then prevented him from trying again When tho train pulled out of West Liberty tho two scoundrels got aboard hold ing tho entire crow nt bay Scudder who had been released opened tiro on thorn with a pistol from his car door but was compelled to retreat Tho robbers kept aboard until Bellefoutaino was reached when they again jumped OJT and disappeared Tho ofticora at Bollefontaino are searching for them The superintendent of the Adams Express says the robbers secured about A BBUTAIj BUTCHERY Two Out of Three at Ketchum KJEXCHUM Idaho Oct to TRIBUNE received three majority and Shoup is two behind The Republicans receive two out of three of tho Legislative votes Almost Unanimous SODA SPRINGS Idaho Oct to Little Blackfoot precinct Total voto sixtythree Republican fifty eight Democratic five FortyTwo Republican Majority LKWISTON Idaho Oct to precinct gives 42 Re publican majority HAYES AND THB TARIFF BILL the the Bishop rhpiir of this Catholic created great excitement order ed today The attacking Inh is ord ei Bis hop saysh e itdj himself The ExPresident Denounces as Rmnous NEW Yonx Oct San Francisco Chronicle dent Rutherford B Hayes was at the Fifth Avenue Hotel yesterday having come to Now York to take in the proceedings of the annual meeting of the trustees of the Peabody fund Tho passage of the McKinley bill has attracted tho attention of the ex President I cannot find words to express my regret at the passage of tho said Hayes It is ruinous to all our best in terests and an infinite amount of harm What do you think of the lecters written against it by Mr Jilainc I second every word Mr Blaine wrote in the matter I cannot understand how pub lic men can be so blind to tho interests of the country at large as to pass such a bill It is annihilating party It is the most terrible blow that has been struck at that party during its existence policy cannot eyes to the evil that will be done before such protection as this finds a A Prohibition Ticket KANSAS CITY Oct State con vention of the Prohibition party today rioBiinated the Superin tendent Instruction John C Hughes Judge of Supremo Court R B Robinson Railway Commissioner W P Crouch CQLOjSEL FRENCH DEAD Labored members of the Legislature Democrat one Democratic and j aQd I can only that 1 hope sucb p one Republican member of the wfll die out surely and soon but I cs Republican member of the Legislature Republican and one Repub lican member of tho Republican three Republican members of the Legislature two Republican and oneDemocratic member of the Legis Republican three Republican the Legislature iSoz Republican one Republi can member of two Republican members of the Legislature Republican three Republi can members of the Legislature Republican six Republi can the Legislature 1 Republican two Repub lican and one Democratic member ofthe i T Joint and one Re pubiican nieniber of the Idaho and Nez Perce one Republican mem ber of tho tahV one Republican tare Bingham Logan Republican Two Boys Kill Each Other With the Same Knife Oct Now Albany Indiana this morning William Carroll 10 twitted Louis Griirgs aged 21 about being a cripple Gricrgscdrow his knife and stabbed Carroll twice leaving tbo knife sticking InCarrolls body In a moment Carroll arouc ran across tho street after Criggs and drawing the knife from wound plunged it into Griggs and immediately afterward foil dead Griggs also died in a few minntcs Tho boys had been friends for years and the remark that was made in the quarrel was brought on by a friendly A Montana Arson Case BUTTK Oct to trial of Peter charged with setting a fire that destroyed 1500 cords of wood belonging to tho Colorado smelter on June 15th last was given to jury at 6 oclock this after twenty minutes deliberation they In a verdict of guilty The smelter com pany sent two detectives to tho wood campL where Troudella was chopping Trcod who gained his confidence and got from him a confession of tho crime of this evidence was used in the trial with tellingv effect Troudella Is a Canadian 48 years of age and has a wife and eight children living in the Dominion A Wealthy Beggar Arrested NEW YORK Oct Dis Francisco Chrontete Star special A man named Edward Browa went to Blackwells Island yesterday being a professional beggar He lives in a brownstone houso surrounded by every luxury that money could buy joying widespread circles of acquaintances lie hasaccumulated a large amount of money by begging from door to Tho family pretended to be ignorant of the way be got the money but said they had livedtor years in comparative luxury off of money he brought it NezPcrce Republican metri Bear and It be from the abovethat the bl Omaha of the Union was a raeyej f farid forSlOOO of toireceive An Old Aholitionist Who With Garrison BOISE CITS Oct Special to THE Colonel John E French editor of the Boise Sun died suddenly in this city at 5 p m today He had been suffpring from a severe cold which brought on severe At 4 p m he went to the office and complainedof a severe pain in the He wastaken home in a car riage and intwenty minutes was dead Mr French was connected withthe early antislavery agitation with such men as Garrison Chase Giddlngs and other great leaders He was editor of the Herald of freedom ithe first antislavery paper in He served nine years atarms of the United States Senate being intimate with all the leAding men i of the He to a Thief Oct while J K Gardner an extensive lumber dealer at Ridgeway was returning from the East Liverpool Ohio fair he was relieved of the proceeds of a big lumber A t Washington street some one called Gardner started for the door but was jammed into a corner by sev eral men who also wanted to get apologized to one of them after the quarrel After the city proper was reached Gardner found tbat he had apologized too soon pocketboolc was gone as was also tbo gem tlemau to whom the apology was given Counterfeiters Arrested LANSING Oct counter feiters who have been Hooding this with bogus silver dollars of the date of i87dA were captured last night They are i Hastings Silas and Beu gang were surprised in the act of base coin with all their dies and A Crazy Mans Deed V v Tnor N Oct i four miles from Saratoga shot his andkilled himself this afternoon believedto be insane THE STEEL A Bust Unveiled and Ex second vention of British Ironl and6 larger fr

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