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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah THE TRIBUNE is the only Sevenday Paper published be tween Denver and San Fran cisco and contains the only Complete Telegraph Service in the Rocky Mountains TECE TKIBUETE hasa Large Circulation in this City alone than tho Entire Edition of any other Daily printed ia Salt Lake City VOL SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY MOKNTrSTG DECEMBER 2 1S90 FKICE FIVE CELTS The Presidents Yi on National Affairs m STATEHOOD FGR m Believers in 1olyaniiy Sbiilfl Sol Iliivc Pnivcr it THE TARIFF LAW AIIO RECIPROCITY he NVw Not but Good RcHtiltH Ara Irovision a WIKU Ono licncllciul of S11vr to tbo IVdornl JOloction Oiowtli ol tio Couiitfjw Trixlo 7rt tlfr find ffemxa nf The will Im laid In the usual will rxhiliit in detail ilm of tho for the latr llHijal yeiir Only Mie more Important and rentilis and chlclly art may ln rim foundation of the riuHons I Hhaii Jtilnnit will innnrred to In this annual moKwiigo Ihc van I ami Increasing ness of tinGoviniineiil transacted liy tho ihiring with cuerpty and success The nycniios to four hundred and IIUy mil lion dollars linvn Imcn mil disliursia without nvealing so far as I asrcrtaiM a Hlnile or An nirniiHt ctrort has inmlc to sense of and duly in all and iniiiloVIMS of ami tinwnk ilirie by Uxici has almost wholly onfuvcirulim criticism I speak of these matters froiilorn moansu tho credit of this good work Is not mine but is Hhiired by tho heiulu of tho several with the great body of 1aiMifiil olllcurn and ployeds who sorvti thtni Tho iorutiny of Congress is Invltod tn all the tnithods of ndinlnlstratloii and toMery Itmn of expendi Ol B rOHKKiN Mlnlnter nilrnor RocfttloiITho Kolitli us With IJtinlco Tho friendly rolallons of our country with the nations 01 Kuropo and of tho Knsl boon uti duslroyed whilo tho tips of good will and mon Interest that bind us to tho of tho Wostcrn Honwphorehavobwin notably strongth ened by nouforonco held in tins capital conddor inoasitrfls for the general welfare Pur suant to the invitation by Congress the roprnsontatlves ot every Sstiito of tho Ameflcau anil of Iliiytl iiut In conferiMico in this in Ooloher IcWD and ooiUlniiic Iu session until the Hithof last April TliN Importiint Konvooation murks a must Inter ostingouoch in the history of Urn llom Isphure It Is nottnvortby that Invltiil liiutiMan imperial form of govorniiMiit sbanul as artpubilo in the Jelllmnvtlou and osults of the conforoice Tlio recoinmondatioii i of this cun foreneo wow all transmuted to oongress at tho last session THK MAWISB CONhKHKN H The Interstate Marine Congress which sat in Washington last winter aohitwed it very Ing result The regulations suggested huvo been to the attrition of all GovornnunU represented nnd tliuir guuoral U oontl denllv expected The UuUlaliiMi of Congross M last sosslon is in with the propositions of the ooiirernnet and tho tlifnun pro vided will be Issued when tho other powers have given notice of adhesion INTKIlNATirSAl CONFKUKNrB at Itrussels to devise means for the slave trade in afforded an opporlunltv for a new exprassion of thu tho American people feel In that work it oon hocaimoviclmit that thu measure proposed would tax the re sources of the Toiigo basin beyond tho revenues available under the general art of Merlin of The rnilerl Slates biim a pnrty to that not could not share in its revision but by a separate ihe independent Stanof the frcod from the upon a onioius revenue The and in ar dent splrils anting I he irihes also claimed tlm enrnesl attention of anil the lele of the Iuiieil foremost in ad voiatini its npression An was reitiltxl tho inlluenrc of which will be vcrv heliiful and extend over a wide region as soon as these measures shall rceivr thu sauction of the Nelhevlaiuls for a time withheld Tho general acts will be submitted for ratiliciitioli ly tho Senate Meanwhile opened for a new and iompleie treaty of friend jhll tomireroiami navigation bitween thn Stales and tho imlepemleiU Stato of Congo TIK Toward the end of the past year trie only npiulent intporiai governmeul on the western continent that of to Mst ami Micceedeil nv a Uepublu Diplomatic relations wire at once with ihe new ircvern but i was not until mi been olVeved tonsivriain that il bail the popular appnwal innl support the events had given assurance of this furl no lime wis lost in extending In tho new government a full ami cordial weleiiue into the fariily of American li is con fldfllllv believed that I he good relations of the two nations will be preserved nnd tliat the future will witness an tncreaeil inlinincy of mul of their mutual comincivo Til CKNTUAI AMIIIUCAN WAli The of iViHral Auifiioa has again been ilisturbrd iliriih a revoluiiomiry cliiiff in Salvador which not tiv Hie other ten liosiilitlis broke out be tween Salvador and Oiiaiornala threaionins to involve all iVniral America in ami to undo lie proirivss which has been madi1 toward K union ol iluir intcrtsts Tbe ellors of this exerted to compose heir litferencvs and through the Hdive etloris of the rcuresentativi of the United Stalls a treaty of jcace signid rJiith wtnrohv the right of the Kepublio of Salvador to choose its ou n rulers was ilul the chief of the provisional been contlrniiil in the prcMilency by tlm assombly ami ileplomatic diilj followed TIIK UARIvlVlitA AFIAU The kiUini of liarrniiiiiii n the Pncitlc Mail whilcncu1 in transit in the port of San Jose de tiuatintala imiuiry Havini failed in a revolutionary aUimpi to invade from Mexican territory General Krrundii took pas sage at Aeapulco for Panama The consent of representatives of the Initeil States wns souirht to elVect his seizure tirsl at the steamer touched and afterward at San Tim captain ot steamer refused to jtivtup his passenger without n written order from the riiited States Minister The latter furnished tin1 desired letter stipulating as a condition of his action that Hneral Mammillas hfo should bo asul that he should bu triod only Jor olTenses growing out of his insurmc tlor This letter was produced to t v4iin of the Aoapuloo by the NjSan Josn as his warrant to tnku the tho summer General Barrundia resisted capture ami was killed Ft being evident that the Minister Mr hod Hxceided tbe bounds of his authority in in tervening lu wtnpliaiujc with the iletualids of the Guatemahui authorities to and efffct in violation of precedent this sthiir on a vessel of thUnited States of iv passenger in transit charged polrticul ottVnsos in order that he might bt tried for such unchvr what was described as martin law I wus con stniined ledisavqv Mr Act and him from hs post THK yiCAKAOWAN CANAL The Caual project under the con trol of our citizens Is ninJciug most encouraging the jnlitniiiarv conditions and itii Imviiii within rrilxd tini Tlii CLAIJIH Dnriiiii ilin viar have ben rciiviii claims of riilyctis iialint tin Unyinmient if Chili out of thlate war with Iurii r warrant tinixi of an iarly iiin s tisfactory j J WITH CHINA j Our Million China which have for sev inil occiiploJ so important a place in our distort liuvf called for curfil eon ami have ben the of ititieh curnnjjoud tice Thn tins MiniMer haVfhroliylit into thn of rniriODVeiiliiiiml with iviiifilry uml at I Insairii time this tliiiniuli at Jukin noiiLht to niil of our citizens ir China It tle resolution o toh r I I havrproposer to Ilic Cuvem llritiiln to i intivfiitifiiial of Jbiiiuse our Soutlnni and Xorlhon inniliirs CLAIM On Hie yjiui diiynf last Sir Hdmund Munidii tinarbitrator nclveied uudcr the treat o ii IKMS an award to tht tlnii no wits duo from th I Danish to tlm Lnitid States on uc of wlnii known tut the Carlos our relations with tho French continue to be ciTillal ur at that oourt has very diligently urged removal of tho linn imoiwif our meat products and it liiikid ihiil progress has been madi toward a just MII kinint TIIK TISKATY yiar at by of Stales iiriiiiiny tinlit HrHuni und oxitiuinge has liitgun t Milnturv The fornuiiion of tin upmi will tin iliHiirditr of ilm hv a italile to the natives ami tu thn Hire most CDiicirncil iii tradimill intercoursi tin Summiti lusticihas hirn chuen hv tin1 King uf Swidin and Norway nn Un inviiailnn ol powrs and wil MIOII lie installed the tliiiiiintssion and hi Council am in of a rational and eviMily distributed scheme of tnxn lion both municipal and upon imports Is ii operation IK as Kin The new treaty of extradition with Great Brit nin after dui was proclaimed on tin artlli of last working is al ready appannt The dillirnnce between I Intwo inverninents touching the fur seal rpnislkm it the Sea is not vet adjusted as will be seen liv the which will soon In laid before The oilnr to subnil tin question to arbitration as proposed by bur not liien accepted for that the form of pro posed is not thought to lie to iissure n conclusion to eUJier party It is sin hoped that bifiire Hie opening of auuchei Siiiling season some may be nlfec whieh will assure to Inlled Stares a pronertj right ilerived from rtnssia was not tllsre garded hy unv nation for more tlmii elglity preceding thu outbreak of tlm enisling troublo INJUHTICK TO HAWAII n the tarllf not a wrong was done to the King loin of I am bound to presnim was wholly Duties were levied on certain modi lies which In tin reciprocity treaty now existing between tin Unitml States and the Kingdom of Hawaii Without Indicating tho uicessary exception 1 hope CVngress will repair what might otherwise seem to bit a breach of faith on thu part of tho Government TltK VAM An award in favor of United States In thi mat tor of tho claim of Mr Van ISakkolon against nayti was rendered on tho 4th of September IHW but nwliiK to the disorders tlmn and aftor wHrdrt prevalliiiH In llaytl thn torms of payrarrnts were noi ubinrverl A now acroenient as to thu timo of pnymnnt has been apprnvml and ifl now lu force The otuer just claims of of tho United States for redress of wrongs sulfered dur ing the late political conflict In Haytl will it In hoped speedily tofrlumtly treatment WITH Propositions for tho mriondimuit ofthe treaty of extradition between tho United Status and Italy are now under consideration You will bo asked to provide tho moans of accepting tlio In vitation of tlni Italian Government to tako part in an approaching conference to the adoption of a universal prlmo meridian from to reckon longitude anil time as tins fol lows in the truck of I ho reform sought to bo initi aled by thn meridian conference at Washing ton held on the invitation of tho Government tho United Slates should manifest a frioudly in terrst In tho Italian proposal In this connection I may rofor with approval to the suggestion of my predecessors that stand Ing provision be for accepting wliotiivur deemed thn frequent invitations of foreign governments to share in conference and looking to thn advancement of international re forms In regard lo soleticn sanitation commer cial laws nnd procedure and other matters af fecting I tin Intercourso and progress of modern communities TUB IIAY In thn summer of 1S80 an Incident occurred for some timo threatened to interrupt the cordiality of our relations with the fiovornment of Portugal Ttiat the Hav railway which was constructed under a con cession granted to an American citizen and at tluv same time annulled the charter The con cessionary who tuul embarkcil his fortunn in iho Hiiterprisii having exhausted other means of redress was compelled to invoke the protection of ills Government Our represdiilatlons made with those of I rent Hriialn whoso subjects wen1also largely hapnily re sulted iti the recognition by iorlngnl of thepro iiriecy of submitting Ihe laim of indemnity grow ing out of its action to arbitration This plan of settlement having been agreed on the interested powers readily concurred in the proposal to sub mit tho case to tho Judgment of three eminent to be designated by Ihe Iresiileiit of the Swiss Republic who upon the joint invitation of the Governments of the United Stales Groat Hritain ana Portugal has soleiled persons well lunJllled for the task before them TIIK JAtANKSH TUKATV The revision of our treaty relations with tho has continued to lie the subject of consideration ami of correspondence Involved am both gravo and delicate and while il will be my duty to see that the in terests of the United Slates are not by any changes exposed to undue discrimination F sin cerely hope that such revision as wiil satisfy the legitimatr of Japanese Govern ment and nuiluaaiii thn present and lout exist ing frlendlv relations between Japan and the United States will be effected WITH MKX1CO Friendship between our country and Mexico horn of neighboring and strenglhened by many considerations of intimate intercourse and reiiproeal intiTost has never been more oon spiiMiotin than now nor more hopefnl of increased benellt to both nations The Intercourse of the tivo countries by rail alreiuly great is making eontiiaiit urowib The established Hues and those add to the intimacy of trattlc and open new channels of access to fresh aretisof ilouiancl supply The Importance of the Mexican railwav system will be further en liHiKid to a deurep almost impossible to forecast if it huld become a link in the projected Inter ConlineMtal Knilwny I recommend that our mission to the City of Mexico be to the tlrst olass nwirnootTT WITH SVAIM The cordial character of our relations with Spain warrant the hope that by the continuance of methods of frietulhnegotiation much may bo ineoinplistted in the direction of an adjustment uf tbe pending questions of increase of our trade The extent and development of our trndti with the of Culm invest tlie commercial tioes of tlie fnifett States and Spain with a pe culiar iniportjvnee IJ is not doubled that a special arrangement in regard to commerce based upon the reciprocity provision of the recent would operate most beneficially for both governments This subject is now rocriv ing at tent ion TOIIN The restoration of tho remains of John Ericsson to Sweden ottered i gratifying occasion to honor iho memory of tho great inventor to whose genius our eountrv owes so much and to hear witness to the uifbroken friendship which has existed between the land which bore him and our own which claimed him as ft citizen TUB COMMISSION On tho 2nd of September last tho commission appointed to ruviso tho proceedings of tlie Com mission under the claims convention betveen the United States and Venezuela ot IStW brought its labors to a close within the period fixed for that purpose The proceedings ot tho late com mission were characterised by a spirit of impar tiality and a high sense of justicoand an incident was for years the subject ot discus between the two governments has been dis posed of in a manner alike honorable and satis fiuitory to both parties For tbe settlement of the chum of the Venezuelan Steam Transporta tion Company which was the subject of a joint resolution mlopted at tbe lust session of Congress negotiations are still tn progress and their early conclusion is i the domestic revenues As thi ol expand inreascd provision b made to keep uj tinessillial stanilurd of Tho mcesMtv of some rniiiiMirenf supervision and so ofton presented I ueud only commend the subject to your Attention IINAVCE Tho legislation of tho past fow years has evi denced on the part of Congress n growing tion of the importance of tho consular service in fostering our ooauuurckil rfilatkaw lituroml mid in A Surplus of a Hundred flciu Kftuct ot Silver llie of the Government from all sour for yinr ending June 30 1HOO wore nnd hi total ixpcndilures for the same period were Tlie postal re have not heretofore been included in th stutemcnlof these aggregates inil for iurpose rir comparison the sum of In from sides of I he account Tin surplus fur imliiling the utiiovnt ap plUd lo the sinking fund was Tins fur and in excess of of Tluciltoins wipts and the receipts frun interim revemin while on the side of that fur pensions wan in cuccess of the pre CGdiiiR var stnternenl for the current tlrnal year parMv iictttal and is us fnl lous from all sources total expenditures leaving a surphi of not taking the postal into the account of either side iln loss of revenue from customs for the lust is but from tins is deducted a gain1 of about 000 duriuv Ilist four months of tht year IYir the von r tho total receipts and the uxpunditurej leaving an estimated surplus ol which with a cash balance of at the beginning of Ihi will give Iffl7 as the sum available for the redemption 01 outstanding bonds or other uses Tin esti mates of receipts and oxpundlLures for the post ollicc department being equal aro not included in this statement on nlther side Tha act directing the purchase of bullion and the issue of Treasury notes Minnon approved July M IHtfJ has been administered by the of the Treasury with an earnest purpose to get into circulation at tho earliest possible dates tho full monthly amount of Treasury notes conloinpintfid by its provisions and at tin same time to give the market for silvo bullion such support as tin law contemplates The recent in tlie priori of silvoi has boon observed regret Tho rapid risn In prico which anticipated and followed the of the act inlliienccd and in some de gree was followed by speculation and thu reac tion is part of the result of tin same cause and pan of tho rocfnt money disturbances Some months of further trial will bo to e lermliib the portnanent illect of the recent legis lation siker values but it is gratifying to know that thu increased circulation seoiir d by the act has oxerad and will lo exert ti most beiittliclal Inlluence upon and upon general values While it has been thought best to renew formally the suggestion of an International con ference looking to nn ngixcnicnt touching ihr ftill list of silver for coinage at a uniform ralio care been taken to observe closely any change in the abroad and no favorable opportunity will bo lost to promote a result which 11 is confidently believed would confer vury large upon the commerce of the world The recent monetary disturbances in Kngland are not unlikely to suggest a reex amination of opinions upon the subject Our very large supply of gold will if not lost by Im pulsive legislation ill tho supposed interest of silver give us a position of advantage in pro moting a permanent and safe iiitnrnalioniil agreement lor the free use of silver as a coin metal The odorts of Secretary to Increase tlie vol ume of money in circulation by keeping down Treasury surplus to tho lowest practicable limit have been unremitting nnd in n very high degree successful Tho tables presented by him Allowing the increase of money in circulation during the last two decades and especially the table showing the Increase during the nineteen months ho has administered tho allalrs of the Department are interesting and Instructive The increase of money inclrculalion during the nineteen months has boon in the aggregate or about capita and of this in crease only was duo to the recent silver legislation That this substantial and needed given to commerce resulted in nn enormous reductionof tlie public debt and of the annual Interest charge is a matter of Increased satis faction There have been purchased anil redeemed since March 11 l und per cent bonds to the amount of at n cost of resulting in tho reduction of the annual interest charge of and a total saving of interest ot I notice with groat pleasure the statement of tho Secretary that the receipts from internal rev enue haveincreased during tho last fiscal year nearly and that the cost of collecting this larger revenue was loss by than for the satire purpose in the preceding year Thn percentage of cost of collecting tlio customs revenue was less for tho last fiscal year than over boforo The CUSTOMS AmtlNTflTUATION providedfor bv the net of luno 10 1800 was se lected with great care and s coin posed in part of mon whoso previous experience in the adminis tration of the old customs regulations hud made them limilinr with evils lo be remedied and in part of mini whose legal and judicial acquire ments and experience seamed to lit them for the work of interpreting and applying the now stat ute Tho chief aim of the law is to secure an honest valuation of all dutiable merchHiidisn and tn make these valuations uniform at all our ports of entry It had been made manifest by a Con gressional that a system of vnhmtion had been long in use by certain classes of importers resulting not only in a great loss in revenue but in a most intolerable discrimination against honesty It is not soen how this legisla tion when it is understood can bo regarded by tho citizens of anv country having commercial dealings with usas unfriendly If any duty is supposed 10 be excessive let the commnint be lodged It will surely be claimed by any well disposed thai a remedy may be sought and allowed in a system of quasi smug HY Const OofiMisoH Aid Should Uvon tlio Xntloiml Tho report of tho Secretary of exhibits overal gratifying results attained during the year by wise and ostentatious methods The KTCoutago ofdusertions from the army an evil for which both Congress and tlio Department havo long been seeking a remedy 1ms been re duced during tho past yonr 31 per cont and for the months of August and September during which time the favorable olVocts ot the net Juno HHh wore felt por cent as com pared with the same months of 1SSD Tho results ttttnined by n reorganisation and consolidation of tho divisions having charge of hospital services record of volunteer soldiers aro very remarkable This was ellected in July t8S and and that timo thoro wore attention half of those beini calls from the Ponsion Oillcofor informa tion injoessarv to the adjudication of Pension claims Ou the Oth day of June last though over three hundred thousand new calls had come in ihero was not a single case that hnd not boon examined and entered 1 concur in the reconunedations of the Secro turv that adequate and regular appropriations be continued for coast doionso works aud ord The plans havo been practically agreed upon and there can bo no good reason for delay ing tho execution of thorn while tho defonsoloss state of our groat seaports furnishes an ardent reason for wise expedition The encouragement that has been extended to the inilliia ot tho States generally appropriately designated the National Guard should bo contin ued ami enlarged Those military organizations constitute in a tho army of the United States wh ilo about live sixths of the annual cost of their maintenance is defrayed by tho States OF JUSTICE jtiw Breakers Vigorously Protection tor Postmasters The report of the AttorneyGeneral is under he law submitted directly to Congress but as tho Department of Justice is one of the execu ive departments some reference to tho work clone is appropriate A vigorous and in the main affective effort has been made to bring to met punishment all violators of the law but at same timb care has been taken that frivolous uid technical offenses should not be used to the coffers of officers or harrass well dis posed citizens Kspecial attention is called to ho fact of the prosecution of violations of the lection laws and of offenses against United Statos officers The number of convictions so curod very many of them upon pleas of guilty ll it ishoped have a salutary restraining in neuce There has boon several oases where oslniasters appointed byme have been sub ectcd to violence interference discharge if their otllcial duties nnd to persocutions and lersowvl violence ot the mostextreme character iomo of those cases havo boendealtwith through be Department of Justice and in some cases he postoflices havo bewiiabolishedor ilirectiitl tho topurs uu his course in all cases failed o socuruforany poathwstor not himself in fault ILL THEY CAST HIM GOT A jncstion tht Causes Parncll Considerable Annoyance HE MAKES A PASSIONATE ADDRESS He Continues His Abuse of Glacl stone and IHtikes a Savage Attack on Declares the Adjourned and Warm Words Follow Continued on Secoiid LONDOK Dec meeting of the Irish mom bers of the Commons to consider what notion tin party shall take in regiird to tho Itjiiiiertihip ook place at noon Parnoll was iiinoiig tho llrst to lietook the chair and called Uie meeting to order Telegrams from delegates In tho States and from Arch libiliop Croke were read An mljournmeiit was then for lunchwin Iriur to tho meeting Iaruoll hold a conference with Joseph D Koland Kenny John Kodmond William Redmond Kdward llar Shield and OKolly wero present ut tlio conference Parnell on loavini the room said to an Irish reporter Toll them 1 will light to the looked pale but chatted cheerfully with his friends lie toote no part in tho proceeding beyond stating that I ho meeting hud been culled in accordance with tho decision reached by thu party Kridav last The moeting reeotivoneJ nt fcovontyflvo Irish members of the llouso wero prusent A great bundle of tqlograms were liauclecl iu A ro portur reproseutinij the Journal of JMibllu WHS the only outsider Michael Davitt has decided not to contest any comititu eiiov for a seat in llouwe of Jotnmons Tin1 procwdings wore of the cluinic supporters strovn Imrd to secure iinolhcr iidjotirnmuut urging a meeting to dccjidn the of the luiidisrslup of thu Irish partv should be held In Dublin Sex Ion hotly against adjournment A majority of the party he declared desired to keep the leader ship iiiitiUiiued remarks fre qtienlly interrupted by tremendous cheering from LarneHs opponents who comprised a ma jority of those present itcdmotid nisidu a passionate appeal to the members l pansti before they from his position tho loader of Uie Irish nation wliu by ins unparalleled services Inid earned the gratitude ol Mie Irish pcupie lie declared that tliosu by their voice or vote induced the snmllcu of a who hud sacrilioed so miioli for Ireland would have to account lo the Irish people The of tlio divorce case were fully known when Punicl was reelected leader of the Jrlsh Iliis assertion WHS grootod with cries ot no letter withhold llndmond unmoved by the interruption went on to uotwitlisiljiiiding their action taken with a full knowledge of Piunells posi tion a section of tho party at bidding of the Liberals uow wanted to sacrillce their loader und with him Ihe nalioiial cause irislnnou tho world over would ask where was thu consistency in such n course TAIINKLL MARKS x siirnon After Redmond had Uuished Parnell Addressed the meeting saying in substance The time uomu when I inuot speulc put against tho op position within our party which has been cre ated by the Gladstone whoso ability has been most conspicuously exercised against mo Healy aud Sexton will haveto boar tho responsibility Healy has boon trained iu tho warfare Who trained hirai1 Who tele graphed to him in America to couio back Who gavu him his tlrstchauco to enter public lifo and got him a Heat in Parliament prompting ro building and restraining bim That Uoaly is here today to destroy mo is duo to myself Mr Hoaly reminds me of his services Uo hasnt boon slow to remind mo of them any time I understand ho attended a recont meeting in Dub lin calling on me to retire Who asked him to do no1 Who asked McCarthy to travel to Dublin anil say ho would bo able to give information which would throw a different complexion on hidden events WhereQ was Sexton at the same mooting1 Whore were you all Why did you encourage me to maintain tho leadership in thu lace of tho world if you were not going to stand by mo Why did my officers encourage me to take my position on the1 bridge if they wero going to act as traitors and hjiiicl me over to another ouminanderhichlef I did not HSk thorn for tlio cortllicate of character given at tho Dublin meeting Our position is backward but tho wholu bliuuo for tho creation of this posi tion does not rest with me A lenderkiller Harry has put up to stab mo as he stabbud that old lion Isuiiu but in days gone by What is now to bo said of my temporary retire ment Soxton at a rucunt meeting bore told me that I uould resume the leadership aud thatlho loaders wore with rue Ten minutes afterward ho astonished mo by saying that he believed 1 would rejeot the Referring to the Howarden proposals Parncll said Gladstone told him hat nonu of them were Until Kor said Parneli it was a of drafting a bill it was a question of weak judgment on tho part of an English politician it was a question of dealing with ft garrulous old gentleman who the conversation and with whom as everybody who knows him knows it is dillioult to got in a word llefore you vote for my deposition be sura you are getting the value for it On Saturday wn were all agreed that wo would not havo this Gladstone bill Not a man here has a word Lu favor of it Are you suro you will bo able to get bettor If HeaJyor McCarthy or Sex ton sows the way clear to got auythiug better for Owls sake let thorn say it I wont stand in their way On Saturday I rrmdo this proposition to Cnrthy Let Gladstone lliircourt and Alorley give him letters declaring that in the event of the return the Liberals to power home rule will bi proposed by which the control of the constabulary will bo vested in tho Irish executive who will to an Irish Parliament empowered to settle tha hind McCarthy went to Gladstone with these pro posals wilhmy assurance that concessions nuili 1 won Idretire from public life Gladstone has ropliofl that ho will hold no communication with mo as leader of tho McCarthy no is perfectly The same propositions wero placed before Uarcourt who replied that undor no circumstances will ho give any promise whatever now or hereafter to any Irish party Remember Uavcourt will leader when Gladstone dies our loader will not be jVorloy Yon deny that this great man Harcourt whoso chain you are going to put on your necks has the promise of tho Liberal leadership This same man has declared that his limits to home rule aro in Chamberlains scheme of local government If Haroonrt ever comes into power he will give you loca government with plenty of I know what Harcourt will do and what Glad stone and Morlcy will do If I am to leave you touipht I shoula Hiio to leave you in security It is not an unfair thing for mo to nsk to see you within sight of tho promised laud oc that I should come with you having come so far until you are absolutely sure of Ireland and go no further An enthusiastic outburst of cheering followed Paruclls remarks McCarthy followed Ho told how lie wont to Gladstone that Gladstone told him ho regretted the disorcaivixa tion of the Irish party but could not regard him as representing the party and therefore could not treat with him Ho would offer no suggestion nor would he sign any document or give any message to be conveved to the party llo that he couW not give any document with any certainty that it would not be printed by some of those concerned Harcourt told him in view ofthe manifesto he would not give anybody as surrviices which were to be brought to the notice of Paruell As to tho genorai qnestionof ParaoHs rntiring McCarthy said Parnells leading error had been ais keeping private until now the Hawardcn conversation ani perfectly willing to admit blame but glad that I have told now beforefull mischief had been done v Tho motion for the retirement of Parnelrwas by John Barry who aided tho late Isaac liutt in founding the homerule confederation of i Great Britian in 1S73 Joseph Nolan offered an tuX fleet that tho question of retirement should be postuoned until the members personally tained trip views of their constituents the1party then to moot in Dublin and Partie 11 ruled out of any inference conduct in the OShea case and this into frequent collision with the different speak ers especially Healy with whom ex changed hot displayed Flhalljviafter short the question to adjourn declared ithat the Healy protested but Healy tbtm Boyod take the chair amid crcnt cheering Paruell he had not left the chuir yet Then put tho said Hoaly not going to havo ray ruling challenged by TTraly Aftura few remarks Parnoll asain put the question when tho majority seemed iu favor of continuing the dclintB and Purmll detland it must nrnceed Several members declared it would bn u physical and mental impossibility to con ttnuw and lloulv consented to adjourn on ihe undtrstanding tho meeting should tomorrow Uont hftvonnynnderstandingwtth said Parneli wunreupon ntorted It is very hard 10 have au understanding with 1Mnally Sexton acted as mediator and secured an adjournment A brief interview WHS hnd with Parnell this ovnning regarding the Gladstone letter Ho said it completely absolved him from any obligation of respecting Liberal proposals but he would divulgonoihinp unless he wivs that publicity would conduce to strengthen the cause of genuine home rale THE DEljEGATKS AT CiLTCAGO They Parnells Spficch as It Comes Over tho Wires CHICAGO Dec Irish delegates aro gathered In Dillons room tonight when the uews of Parnells speech in tho London conclave of tho Irish party was being received over tho Associated Press wires The dispatnh was sent sheet by sheet to tho hotel and read to the others by Dillon The reading was listened 10 with profound attention At its conclusion Harring ton was uskcd by an Associated Press represen tative how he regarded the outlook for Parnells retention of the leadership Lie replied If tho applause for Parneli was as pnat as I infer from tlio dispatch I think more than ovor that he may eventually triumph The delay in reaching a conclusion is perhaps also signifi Harrington it will bo remembered did not sicn yesterdays manifesto Win OHriftii was askud for his opinion ITe Caused an instant then said decisively We uvo said our say The rest we will leave to our colleagues and to the Irish An IrishAmericans NBW You it Dec telegram was sent to PreMdtml of the Irish National League tonight by President Reilly of tho Teii nosstte branch of the National League setting forth that Olirien Dillon and associates by their action of yesterday have ignored the Na tional Luacne and insulted all its members They have completed their ingratitude the tele gramsays by throwing overboard Parnell That IrishAmerican opinion may not be misunder stood it suggests that a convention of tho league and kindred Irish societies bo called to decide if we shall have Gladstone tho liritish politician or Parnell the Irish patriot as the issue bus uow narrowed itsolf down to They Refuse to Talk TJTNTOLN Dec and Secretary Sutton of the Irish National League positively refuse to express any opin ion on the present situation of Irish affairs Sustained by iJublin Nationalists DUBLIN Dec Nationalist members of the Dublin Municipal Couueil declared in favor of Paniiills retaining tho Irish leadership by a vote of 29 to 12 A STEAMERS OVERLAND CBUISE TO BE CAKRIKD GOO MILES OF A Vessel of Ovor Hundred Tons Will Jin Taken to Carried to tho Africait Interior GLASGOW Franoifico Chronicle of building in the Glasgow shipyard a Hteamer which must botaken to pieces uguiu before 5000 Airicans can carry her over 500 miles of wild A f dean country and float her on the inland sea of Victoria A correspondent saw this vessel on tlie stocks vestordny and obtained n rough sketch of her She is the tirst of the British tleot which Messrs A and J iuglis have contracted to build for tho British East Africa Companys service This necessity for building vessels so as lo allow of taking borto pieces again for overland porter age makes her progress very slow After she is launched and fitted all the work which is now handled with so much care must bo undone Boforo this ship roaciiesher destination she must be carried through miles of Afri can forests and jungle between tha coast and Wg Jtis estimated that 5000 darkies bo roqHired for this work with at least 2000 moro as a relay stafCto replace ihe sick riiiia wiiys and The new vessel is commissioned by tho Imperial British Afri can Company of which Sir William This company will lloal its own Hug issue its own postage stamps and coin its own currency Tho llrst steamer of tho fleet is about 120 tons buildersmeasurement Sho is stoutly built of steel phUos bolted stoel bolts on steel frames The bolts will be of course only rivited in their proper holes when tho steamer arrives on the shores of the lake Each plate like every othor part of the steamer is limited in to a load which a negro could carry conveniently on his bend and it is calculated that with thoir loads and in thoir places tho negro caravan will when march ing in extend over three miles Though constructed for tho purpose of peace this vessel will bo armed for rough lighting if it is necessary She will carry an armament of two guns besides small arms and hose specially fitted to throw boiling water from the boiler among warlike natives The iron plating of tho vessnl is of course proof against riile or musket bails In the bow will befitted up a rille and conning tower The engines will drive her at a speed of ten knots Her length over all is SO feet with Hi feet Tarred canvas sails will be seut with tho steamer THE BRAZILIANS FREEZE Their Summer Clothes Insufficient for New York YORK Deo TiuiiuxE San Francisco Chronicle Tho increase in tho temperature was a gratifying change to the Brazilian visitors on thewarships Aquidaban and lying in North river These tivo war vessels wore built without any provi sions for steam pipes or stoves to make them comfortable in colder climates ns it was never thought by their designers that they would be seut ont of the tropics except possibly during tho summer season and the officers ami crews came here wholly unprovided with heavy cloth ing and as for overcoats such tilings are not provided for in tho uniform regiilalions conse quently when the recent uold snap camo with thu dropping below the freezing point both officers and crow suffered severely from cold When their discomforts through a lack of suffi cient heavy clothing was brought to tho atten tion of Secretary Tracy he immediately ordered Pay Director A J Kenney and the general store keeper at tho navy yard to issue lo these two Brazilian vessels such heavyclothing including overcoats as they might need ray Director Kenney sent over n quantity of clothing to the ships on Saturday and many men for the first time in their lives put on underflanaels and woolen socks The Cherokee Strip Cleared AHEANSAB CITT Dec Lieutenant Matte in command of the cavalry ordered to clear the Cherokee strip some days aeo has re turned and reports that the cattlemen have got all cattle save a few stray bunches out These were confiscated Thousand of dollars in im provements osi the ranches revert to the Cherokees Snow and Floods in Europe LOXDON Dec Severe frosts and snow are reported on the shores of tbe Mediterranean something unknown for twenty years Very severe snowstorms reported in Spain and the Pyrenees are impassable The German rivers aro full of daneerousdrift ice Eight persons were drowned at Barmen The damage at Blber felo Barmen and Posen is estimated at marks A Grander Thief Captured iTEYEinvE Dec to TBIB The postmaster at Granger caught Rthiqf Sunday The official opened fire on the burglar and wounded him in both Marshal will bring the captive hero for a hearing The Kings Remains StTE Dec The body of the Jate fcinfraf Holland was by train today to thii city1 where it was followed by an im posing procession to the Noord Kinde Thcluterment willbe on Thursday THE CIVIL SERVICE HEGORO The The great shoe into effect this morning Two thousand are thrown out of employ GtrrnitrE I President Rngsdalc of the ConimerciolNatitMial suspended list week has bee ni arrested urulijri indictment violation ike The Commission Well Pleased With What lias ileen Aceoiaplished A SILVER POOL INVESTIGATION Estimates of Government Kovemios Jind Expend i Free Coin Now York Census Res Free Trndo Capital Notes S Doc annual report of tho Civil Service Commission suites tluit the classified sorvitM has grown to include more than people During the first yiir nf lands ftdministrntion between 7 and S cent of the appointments mode during the previous iidministrHtion were removed or resigned and of thosu who came into department service through tho civil service examinations during Clevelands a liUle more ilinn S per cent wore removed or resigned during 1no lirst vear of the piiscnt administration This difference of per ctnt is so smnll that it may ho entirely In the customs and postal services the result is less satisfactory Comparing tho report of the percentage of removals in the clnssitled service in unch postolflcc with tho number of removals mnde in nonclassined and the diireronce is astonishing In one case the por centnue rangrd from 3 to 23 in another from Id to and ihe avcrago was about seven times as groat among those employes not pro tected bv Inw as amouR those protected The conclusion is irresistible either that wherethe Inndoes not apply the appointing ofllccrs have put in thu cxccplod nnd unchussifiid places in competent persons nr else that their successors remove from these places men who are com petent and who are hereforo removed for masons unconnected with tho good of tho ser vice The report continues Tho portions of the civil service interdicting political assess ments havo not entirely stopped the evil but have undoubtedly much abated it There is one point paniwularSy where tlio law is systemati cally evaded by sending letters soliciting cam paign subscriptions to Govurnment employees at their homos There seems no reason why those outside should be allowed to solicit a clerk at his home and forbidden to do so in a Government building and the law should he nmcnded so as to forbid solicitation from Government em ployees by outsiders in any way at any time or in any place It cannot he too often reiterated that whiio he law may not work with ideal perfection actual experience for seven years has shown that it produces on the whole better Gov ernment administration than does the patronage AHMS TOR SOUTH DAKOTA Representative Ciitchoon today intro duced in tho House ioint resolution authoriz ing the Secretary of War to issue to the State of South Dakota 1000 rilles and ammunition to en able tho authorities to assist tho Government in protecting the citizens and property against the Indians A T007 INVTtBTTOATTOJf In the HOOKO Representative Mockery offered for a resolution reciting hat it ii alleged twelve Senators and lllieen Kcprcscn totives tho passage of the Silver were admitted to partnership In various silver by which they profits on the advance of lie price of silver after the passage of tho sict and directing Committee cm Coinage Weights and Measures to inquire into all tno fnjits and circumstances connected with the telegraphed purchase sale of silver The shall hiivo leave to send for papers and persons to report at any time IUJILIC DE11T STATEMENT Following is the public debt statement Ag gregate of interestbearing debt exclusive of United States bonds Issued to the Pacific rail roads debt on which interest has ceased since maturity aggregate debt bearing no interest including National Hank fund deposited in the under the act of July M 1890 aggregate cer tillcaies by cash in the Treasury S9S1 agicregato debt including ccrtitlcatcs and notes November decreases in bonded debt during the month total cash in Treasury debt less cash in Treasury November 30 18UO doht loss cash in Treasury October 31 18W net increase of debt during month oy KXPKNSKS The Secretary of tho Treasury sent o Con fress today ths following estimate of the ex penses of the Government for the year ending June 30 1892 Legislative Executive Iiidicial Koreign M ilitnry Naval Indian Public Postal Permanent annual Grand total The estimates for 1891 were and the yppropriatloiiB For 1891 the estimate for pensions was something over ninetyeight and a half millions while an appropriation of nearly a hundred and twentyfour millions was uecesi tuted by the new measures The public works estimates were nineteen millions Nearly thirty eight millions were appropriated The estimates for permanent annual appropriations were a hun dred and two millions and the amount appropri ated was about a hundred and twentyseven millions KEVKNUES AXD APrKprniATIONS comparative statement by the clerks of the House and Senate committees shows tho total esti mated needs of the Govern ment for the next fiscal year to be an increase of over last year and not in cluding anything for rivers and harbors The total estimated revenues for the current year arc making an excess in the esti mated appropriation exclusive of deJioioncies and miscellaneous over the estimated revenues of The excess of estimated revenues over cMKpniid appropriations exclusive of for tin sinking fund and exclusive of dotluieneiis ami miscellaneous is leaving as surplus If the sinking fund is not to be included in es timates there are seven millions for sugar bounties and four or five millions for drawbacks uiider the last tariff law FItEE COINAGE HILLS Representatives Dartine of Nevada Townsend of Colorado Bland of Missouri Clements of Georgia and Wheeler of Alabama introduced bills ior the free coinage of silver today Pick ler of South Dakota introduced a bill for the free coinage of gold and silver bullion Carter of Montana introduced a bill amending the act au thorizing tho receipt of United States gold coin m exchange for gold bars by providing that the superintendents of coinage mints and United States assay office at New York may with the approval of tho director of the mint but not otherwise receive United States gold coin from any holder in sums not less than J5000 and de liver in gold bars The director may with the approval of the Secretary of the Treas ury impose for such exchange a charcc whichin his judgment shall equal the cost of manufactur ing the bars JOB TITE 8A5 BIIGO POST Vandevor today introduced a bill appropriat g for the purchase of land and the erection of suitable buildings for a military post at San Diego Cal TBE BEAU RETURNS A telegram was received at the Treasury De partment today from Captain Healy of the rev inue steamer announcing his arriyml at San Francisco twelve days from Behrinp sea All were well on board and saving No evidence of marauders at Seattle ing DINED Secretary Tracy gave a dinner this eveninc to theadniiral and senior officers of the Brazilian TREK TSADZ Wike of Illinois introduced a preamble and resolution on the subject of tbe reciting that it is the pepple at the recent election most emphatically repudiated the policy andpririciples taxation and protection cm the McKinley law and instructinc the Committee on and Means to report bills U repeal any and all rates of tariff i occasioiied by that1 f enactment and to place on the lumber of all to report a Ml I to the Mising of a Iditiona revenwxi noccssary by a gWUiKitca i oiTairraan Vandcvor of thn whvrt Committee on Arid Land iutwliiccd a WH Uie Socroiary of the Interior to casise ttu arid of the United Status tobe survey U i out into irrigation nMriofs lands in ui bo wiled to an Territories in which hoy aro MK ect to iondiiions TO irr Cation work and water in control of tno plo of the districts and tho actual settlers A NSW YOHli CENSUS CnvMniTiirsnnd Klowors of New York ducc Hs reciting tlio difforouoo between and voiice ousus of New York and dincling tho Swroury of the Interior to order a recount AX ATT015NXY The President lias directed tlie removal of Joseph 11 Wilson Inilecl Status District Attor ney for tho Eastern district of Texas on tlw ground of noRlttct of duty and to pub lie interests Tho amount of silver olTered tolay was S ounces The amount of silver purchasoa was ounces at from to Si 075 TRAIN WANTS PAST He Offers to ADstnin From Food For One Hundred Days NKW YOWK Dec TmitUNK San Kranrisco Franois IVain has a new sehemo for notoriety Since Sucoi fast days ago Train has been ono of his preatcst admirers and has piven the Italian encouragement in nil sorts of invsterions ways lie was on in tho room of hunger aud of course came loaded with psychic lore rythmic and and biliTid lo fast conjointly with at the Worlds Fair for ono hundred days Hosavs rw will abstain entiroly from nourish ment of anv kind and likewise tobacco and the mineral wcieranrt elixir of Succi but must havo pure water and pure air Psychic Tram insist that he is in earnest A RAILROAD IN THE TOILS THE BRIGHT 11KA OT A FOXY NEW yOKK ATTORNEY A ItJiUrnad Conts ami Pay for Its NEW YOKK Dec TmBUXE Sun Frnuoisco tUirottlde Something over a year ago Lawyer John Ackcrson of the law firm of Ackurson A ilanuird went to the races at Morris Park and paid 50 cents railroad fare At the time it seemed to him that he had a very short ride for half s dollar ami he reflected on matter When ho returned to his home the result of his ions was the discovery that Uie New York New Haven t Hartford IvHilroart Harlem branc4i which hue he rode over had charged htm 1t mote than tho maxi mum rate iKrmiUod by the law for the distance und that the State law provided as a penalty for such extortion a return of Uio excess over legal fare uud K0 additional Ackersou had discovered yhat looted to him like a gold for ho and his partner at once went to work to eecuru as clients as many as possible of the rawgoors who atlouded that Morris 1ark meoiinK Pud ccnts to tbeN V X H t 11 Railroad Lawyer Acker son did tun live to reap the golden harvest for he was murdered a short time later by a truck man His partner Bernard associated himself with another lawyer however and Williams A Bernard us attorneys for wraethiaR like flftceii huiulred people who paid the overcharge have just obtained a verdict cuioaud tho raU road beaten nt every turn has paid the penalty iu the tost case Ivour linns in all have boon at work drumming up clients and the total number of cases ponding is just abou 1000 Of these A luck have and Willinms A Bernard are 6aid to havo 1500 Oilier llrms have nearly K thousand The penalty in each case is fifty dollars and tho excess over the legal faro fourteen cents The costs in each case will swell tiro sum to lJ The lawyers had promised to bo respon sible for a costs and agreed to accept half tho judgment so that each of those who paid Jlfty cents faro will recover S2507 Tho remainder goes to the lawyers The total amount which road must pay Meyer Tucks H38 cases Is and the lawyers will make a nice thing of totlij for all the cases ponding will reachjust about The agents who solicited the business cot BO much head fees for ench client they se cured and in addition were promised ten per cent ol the amount recovered are numbers of thec agents throughout MR BEPEWS PREBICTIBNS What the MySewnd Congress of Cranks lay Da LOOK OUT FOR A KOWLIB6 SESSION KopnMtcira Senators Decide to Tafcor Up tho Election Bill and Adopt New Na tional Committee Solid lor land THE BILLIARD WIZARD WINS JACOB SIIAEFEB THE CHAMPION OF THE WOBLI He Buttles Slcwsan by Magnificent Championship Cup and a Side Stake NEW YOKTC Dec Sclaaofcrand Gcorgs F Slosson played a billiard matxih tonight fourteeninch SOO points lor tho championship of the world a championship cup and slOOO a side Schaefer won making tho 803 points when Slosson had only scored In the seventh inniiiK Schaefcr made a run of 87 points amid great applause Slossou was evidently a little nettled by this but succeeded in making 13 before he Schaefer mado 39 in the eighth inning and Slosson 40 Tho thing went on without any large runs until the seventeenth when Jalce by beautiful playing scored 73 points Tho score thea stood Schaefcr 217 Slosson 102 Jfxw Deo Francisco Uhranitlf Tho Kuffalo sonds tho following Tho Now York Cesitral who aro inspecting that system of railroads were in Buffalo Kritiuy evening and with was Tho party a jwrfonnanco of Mr was in cooc spirits and hoi applauded some of the acts verj hoartily In conversation with tho Worid correspondent concerning theRepublican defeat Mr Depow said The won tho whimsical elec tion in which ibii Kopublicuii party was featid on ot tho McKinley bill in cue SUite hossisiu in another morality in anotliir ami Kuroptxin religion in Ic mot with a phenomena i iefeat The Democratio psriv ooiutS Congress with tho largest majority this party has hud Finco the formation of tlio Government with a majority iu of tho Northern Democrat never before had bv the party Jtsijieirchers have been eiectod oir issues as diverse ov polos and by uccijoaiui as extraordinary those which made reputation of iiaron It will bo concloiuaniUou or traders roforniors profcctionists FarmeW Allitiucxi theorists tlio pheiiomonivfi crunks will that uncertain sort oC u constituency behind thorn in each Sonal district which will vhcm Creator rop in the councils of iho majority oC the noxt House than any body of iictivo lunAtics have ever possessed in a dcliberjitive assembly The result will bo a series of measures ropO8fca smd mauv and of Gpccchtw made which will lift thehair of every utnsiblu In the United States scare every inresitor out of his wits and make tho Ropubhoaus together withjoy Analogs of nature in poli tics and a troinondous overdoso of UflV tnd piura middiiiR usually followed Jjy remedies of repentance and cure REPUBLICANS IN nnd passed the hundred mark and sill kept ticking tho Tbo audience FIH breaihlcojily waiting and Scbaefer flnally stopped after making 128 points Slosson looked feverish and so missed an after making 10 points from this time on the Wizards excellent playing seemed to havo rattled Slosson badly At the end of the Inning the scoro stood Slofison SS3 Belting was and four to one against Slosson In tha twentyfourth Jake scored seventythree more points while four In the twenty seventh Shsifer made twentyseven and Slosson The score at the end of the twenty ninth was Shafcr 543 In the thirtysecond Scbacfer gave another esj hibition of nursing and rolled up to 80 to play of errors wynld have shamed an After tht thirtysecond however he did7better than but it was too He madovtworuns of 63 and one of 57 but in the fortyfirst Scbaefer ran out the 800 leaving Slosson at 102141 f Dr Mury Walker Dy in K live miles west of this city She arrived homi from Washington where she bad beon sick for sume time the end of August Her condi tion was not considered dangerous until a few days agv when a serious change took place and her nhysicians have no hope Thetrbublo is to be heart failure superin duced by exposure and privation while an inmaffe of Libby Prison during the war j Starving Chinese Threaten LONDON Bee from TicnTsin by wny of Vladivostock iay that a vast portion of the population are rendered destitute by recent floods The people are desperate in consequence of the lack of food and shelter and threaten U massacre and plunder European and march to demand relief Four Chinese wifr ships one French ind oaeAmerican manoi war at Pekin and have taken measures lot the protection of the An Ohio CoLtrxBCs 0 Wc countv murderer wis the Pcpltciif tiary annex tonichtibr the murder of his sisiec inlaw Mrs Emma A Terrible LONDOK Dec a tcrriblevtragedt at the Sandhurs Military GollftRC if in the colleKo he mother aud suicided Lv The ElecUon Bill to Do Tafcon by tho WASHINGTON Dec lengthy siou this afternoon the Republican Senatorial caucus agreed that the election bill should be taken up tomorrow with it bo before Unit body until definitely tctcd on Furthermore to guard expected op position from tho Dexuocttitio minority ii iinoot dilatory tactics a ot Sen ators was appointed to with tha publicau of the on in tlio preparation of a rule to tecuM ot debate when desired by the majority The old caiicus Order of Busi ness was reappointed and to prepare a programme to govern tho proceedings or tbo Senate after its election bills ara ot Ic is staled that no votes wore cart ntffcinat thoso determinations of the caucus About tlilrtv Hepublicon Rot together this afternoon after tho of the House and informallv difiouaaed reap portioiiment question Xcarly all leading Re publicans were present ooly conclusions reuclied were that for the present there was no need to hold a party the Com mittee should be left free to deal with mat tor Several of those present saidno decision was reached as 10 whether tho apportoimncnt bill could bo passed but caoh one insisted that tho bill would unquestionably paiwod Cleveland Is Tboir Choice Dec San Francisco Chronicle Philadel phia Timcn in its lending editorial if ibe Rational bad to meet it this time or at any time in the near future to telcct a candidate for President It nomi nate Grover Cleveland Dy a practically unani mous vote outside Now and it wooldnom inate Inni quite us enthusiastically aad M over whelwinRly if Sew York apuinst him ai n Xew York favored him Swift mwtatioas American politics mako Mr aeveUnd available or Borne other man more availabi eighteen months hcuee but it is THE HORSJB MEAT BUSINESS Worn Out Nage Barreled Up Sliipped to Europe YORK IDco Dispute Francisco Chronicle UK sausage is no longer quoted as a mvfcetal commodity in tlic vicinity of New York but t horse butchers trade still flourishes T slaughter of worn out horses and tho prepai of their flesh Tor food still goes on and L nroved so lucrative that of there have be accessions to the trade The went is Europe for consumption One of the most prominent butchers is the 01 time sausage manufacturer Henri Maspeih He uo longer makes sausages but kills yreat numbers oi horses and on bis licular portion of Long Island has a practu monopoly of the lnorse flesh busine lie hts contracts with several horse e and takes nil tbelr wornout So he establish hat it is dinicuit for auyoue cl tobiiycld iiorses Ho has made great mai tatte shipments of barreled meat to foreig countries however and seems to be as prospu ous in his new line of tradeas he was m tL manufacture of bologna Tho only other butch of wornout horses in this viciiuly is a mi named SLanscl who buys both living and deu liorscs and who is well on Brrren islan jlftissaidto make shipments of horso fiesh t Kuropcau Crushed Between Cars Dec to OTKEBUSH G Fairchild a telegrapli operator employe at Jiontpclier Idaho while passing between cut of cars this morning was caughtand stantjy killed by the cars being suddenly sbbve together by an A Sunday Resolution CmcAOO Dec joint electing of tb ministers of the various toda adopted resolutions calling on tbe Worlds directors not to open the fair on Sunday anc nofto allow any on the buildings on tnav day also requesting the States to use his inllucncc to that end Belmonts Stable to Be Sold AEw Yoniv Dec empire breeding an4 rncinc sludof the late August Bclmontit officially stated today will be sold It was tlw of jjelmont that the racing stable should not be continued after his death by ait sons A Missinp Steamer QIASGOW uneaslnefii U felt over the nonarrival of the Anchor steamer which left Kew vemW 16th for this port The steamer Prus from Boston arrived this mcrr reports that she saw nothing or tJie vessel Lynched by Vigilantes MINSEAVOWS i special Two squaw mea on Bad w lvnched bv a vigilance committee Cattle inc is coing ou and an investigation the zuiltv tiartiee Prus and t squaw men lance committee is carrying hand An Oklahoma Jail Delivery GUTHKIX O Dec was livery here Saturday night Some of tno most characters in the Territory large again The pmonera escaped white y guards were Dudley Field a President Dec acers of Firfd to of The Irish Iec sentcncesot Dillon and OBrwa
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