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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE TRIBUNE is the only Sevenday Paper pubHsiied be tween Denver and San Fran cisco and contains the only Complete Telegraph Service in tne Rocky Mountains THE TRIBU3STE is delivered by carrier to all parts of tne city at 25 cents per week Monday edition included Telephone No VOL SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY MOKSXSG DECEMBER 5 1890 PRICE FIVE THE HAWS LAWS OEF1EO Bad State of Affairs Revealed by the AttorneyGenerals Report CHIMES ABETTED BY STATE COURTS Fines of Offend Paid Prom Oormty EnormouH Snriirt Paid Attorney H y Pcnwion StcwurlH Silver Notcn tf Deo AttorneyGeneral Miller In Ills annual report says vigilant efforts have boon made to enforce tho legis lation excluding Chlnesfj immigration By cnopftnitlon of tho Treasury Depart ment It Irt boilrmid that most of the attempts to cross tho border havo boon fruHtratod 113 havo tho attempts to bring the Chinese di through ports of tho United on tho Pacific Coast ri regard to rcorganixfttlon of the Judi ciary It la earnestly hoped tbat fcho legisla tion now far advanced will not bo permitted to fall In regard to tho difficulty of en forcing this IHWS tho AttornoyGwrioral sayn the enforcement of the Internal reve nue laus Is particularly resisted Hovoral asstasslnatloriH of ofllcerfi with the purpose of Impeding the execution of tho laws and ordtr1 of United States courts occurred during the past year Within tho last ten days a doputy marshal attempting to serve a warrant for tho arroHt of a man for violating tho postal law shot and Instantly killed by the man sought to ho ar and on preliminary oxamlnatlon hoforo a magistrate of tho State tho pris oner was promptly discharged It Is cer tainly an anomaly on those who havo committed murders for tho pur poso of stopping provocation In tho Federal ConrtH should not only not bo punished but notovun bo put upon trial In th State Courts So long as persons who kill ofllcors witnesses or jurors for the purpose of escap ing tho administration of justice cannot bo tried and punished in tho Federal Courts its for minor olVonsoH tho administration of Uriltod and tho laws thomsulvcs In many districts will havo little effect The Supreme Court rooerilly decided that while thorn IH In tho United States it is not thoduty of Oongross to provide by law for tho preservation cif this peace every and at all tlinos In tho prrawoutlotis for violations of elec tion laws In Hevoral districts ronvlotlons and of guilty have neon obtained In a large nurnhor of oases AH an Illustration however oC thu difficulties met in proseou Lions the OlHtrlct Attorney for ono district reports that In a certain oounty a nnrnbor of whono have hfton ccm vloted of violations of election laws thK County Court ordorod all fines and costs assusswl against thorn In tho Tlnltod Ktatos Court to he paid out of tho oounty treasury arid In another county a num bor of whoso woro hi llko manner convicted or pleaded guilty of suoh offenses In the United Htatoa Court was act ually paid out of the oounty treasury upon such llnts and costs laone day Theao facts for themselves TAHTnr Representative MoKlnley today Intro bill In tho rionso similar to tho ono presented In the Senate providing that the present tariff law shall not aireot the opor of the Hawaiian roclproelty treaty PKNSION ATTOIINKV8 OKTTrNO UCIt Secretary Noblo haa boon paying consid erable attention Jately to tho subject of at torneys foes in pension cases and Is formu lating a plan by which claimants Cor pensions not represented by attorneys may be plaotd upon the same basis as those who are In speaking if attorneys fees Secre tary Noble expressed himself with some warmth Tho Pension ho said Is now Issuing between fourteen and fif teen thousand certificates a week This nuniirt that attorneys are receiving every week out of the money appropriated to re lieve the necessities of old soldiers an amount estimated between and A large number of eases aro ad justed under tho old law whleh allowed a fee of i2S The new law allows but but even at this rate tho attorneys would realize a week look over the list of added the Secretary and lincl that many of them lire who upon their knowledge oC law could nor practice before a country Justice of the Poaoe but here In Washington they manage In a few years to aeeuniuHte a million dollars or more acting as attorneys for pension PTK WANTS Senator Stewart today introduced a bill for the free anil unlimited WHO of silver as money It amends tho llrst section of the present luw by appealing tho clause limiting purchase of bullion and requires the Forrolary of the Treasury to pimhaso all silver bullion offered at a price not exceed lugSt for grains of pure silver It also amends tho third section by requiring tho Secretary to coin at least ounces per month after the 1st of July next and as much more as may be necessary to redeem tho Treasury notes Issued in the purchase of bullion ctniTrKNor imvu In the House Bland Introduced a Mil re quiring tho Secretary of the Treasury to prepare a new series of Treasury notes commonly called greenbacks and issue them Jn sums equal to the amount of Natlnrifi bunk notes from tlmo to time surrendered redemption or Bland also introduced a bill authorizing the Issue of a series of local fonder notes to moot any de ficiencies In tho revenues of tho Govern ment and tho preamble to tho bill reeltes that a deficiency in the revenues Is now threatened and tho country Is not in condi tion to boar any further taxation THE HOTILRS WEAKEN General Schofiold received a telecraru from Genonil Hrooko this afternoon sayinp that forty lodges of Indians left Rosebud since the removal of their camp across White river to tho edio of the Bad and that their aro strong signs nf disintegration as about half tho Indians seem willing to come to tho agency General Brooks also says that from all ho oati gather as to their intentions the ma jority of tho Indiana want to come back The War Department oftlclals aro much gratified by this A PKNSrOS INCREASE Senator Quay yesterday Introduced a bill granting all persons on tho pension list or hereafter placed on It who lost ooth oyes or both foot or who are otherwise totally dis abled a pension of StOO a month also to all persons who have lost an arm at tho shoul der or a lop at the hip a month to those who had lost an nrrn below the elbow or a leg below tho knee a month to those who lost a hand or afoot or have been totally disabled In tho same a month The bill provides further that persons who contracted two or rnote disabilities shall ro etivo a sura per month to the total of tho rates for all o the disabilities mentioned JACOHS TIKAPPOINTKD Tho President has roappolnted Joseph Jacobs of Ann Arbor a member of tho Board of Indian Commissioners trnEINTERCONTINKNTAL COMMISSION Thes TutorContinental Railway Com mission composed of representatives from tho United States and other publics met for organization at noon This commission was reconamtoded by the Inter national nerican conference for the pur pose of supervising a survey for a line to connect the railroad systems of North America with those of South America Maine called the meeting to order and made a brief address of welcome in which ho pointed out tho rnagnltnde Importance and farreaching of this proposed work A J OasflRtt of tho United States was rhrisen president Aftor routine business adjourned till Thursday noon RATIONS KOfl THK SIOTTX Tho Hofrotary of the Treasury has sent the Houso a request for tho Immediate ap propriation of for tho purchase ot beef and other provisions for the Sioux MATT CULIjEN REINSTATED Tho Trotting Association Board of Appeals His Case CnrCAOO Dec board of appeals of the American Trotting Association finished business this oveuirgIt docldod tho Emory cuso in favor of the complainant arid tho application that winners of Guar antee bo paid the accruing from moneys placed in tho hands of the association as such stakes This decision will establish a precedent A nurnbor of other cases were decided and a number of men arid horses were ox pel led In the case of the A naconda Jlacing Associa tion of Anaconda vs Mott Cullcn of Salt Lake City Utah tho petition for reinstatement from expulsion was granted The Popes AntiSlavery Efforts HOME Dcc Popo has Issued an encyclical address to tho bishops engaged in the antislavery movement Ho explains tho mission of Cardinal Lavlgcrle and ex presses thanks to the sovereigns who assisted tho work of tho antislavery conference In addition ho advisos continued mission efforts In the east and announces ho had instituted an annual collection in bo half of tho antislavery movement to bo taken tip on tho feast of tho Epiphany Jan uary A FAMOUS SPENDTHRIFT DEAD THK STOTCY OF K IDNIAK TRICKS WILD EXTRAVAGANCE He Kept a liaclnpr Stablo ami a and Spout a Year in Ajuorica and ICnropo Deo private dis patch received horo today announces tho death in New York of E Dunbar Price whose wealth and extravagance mndo him well known In this country and Europe Price was born In this city In IflfiO and by tho loath of his grand father In 187 In horlted an Income of a year Im rmvliatoly ho launched Into wild oxtrava ftariOH ono of his fancies bolng a racing stable In 1R81 ho married Miss Sarah 0 Rurton but in a fow months she returned to hor fathers homo A reconciliation was afterwards ofleoted lint In 388G they soparatod finally Tn 1888 his wife filod a bill to compel payment of a monthly allowance of SOOl which Price had promised hor Ho paid this up to about a year ago since when ho refused to pay any more and another suit is now pending Uy tho terms of his grand fathers will tho Income of about half tho estate will pass to charttablo institutions Prloost lawyer said today that tho mar executed a will nearly two years ago ilovisloK all property ho might bo possessed of to a young woman named Polly Booker who has boon his companion for tho past four Tho death of Prico removes all claims oC tho widow on tho estate there being no Issue THK SIXTH CAVALRY Five Train Loads of Troops and HorsoH Arrive at Denver Tho seven companies of tho Sixth regiment of cavalry which have been stationed at Fort Wingato N arrived in Denver this morning at oclock over tho Santa F6 Tho rogimont Is In command ot Gerioral Carr while tho ollloora are Lioutehant Colonol Morrow Major David Perry Adju tant Horlson Captains Kramer Wal lace KOTT WoHt and Car tor The train upon which these troops roacliod Denver was in fivo sections It was 11 oclock boforo tho horses woro unloadnd at the Union stock yards whore tlioy will bo fed and rested until tnmorrow morning Tho soldiers aro quartered In tho cars and will remain there until ordered to move In all thoro are about 500 men with sorno thirty ollieers Last might at 7 oclock Company GJ of tho Sixth Regiment which has been stationed at Fort Union Now Moxico reached Denver the Santa Kit Tho stock of tho com pany Is also at tho Union Stock Yards Some timetills cvonlng troop of tho regimonl which has boon quartered at Kort Low Is will urrlvo In Dourer ovor tho Uln Tho regiment Is undor orders to report at Fort Meado and will do its sharo In taking care of tho ghost dancers They will all leave tomorrow morning More Mounted Infantry Doo com panies of Infantry loavo Kort Leavenworth this ovonlng for Omaha and tho Indian country Ono company will bo mounted as DILLON COMING AVBST Tho New Union JPucitlo President to Viflit Omaha Soon OMAHA Doo to It is understood that Sidney Dillon tho now president of the Union Pacific will visit Omaha in a few clays for tho purpose of making an inspection of tho affairs and con dition of tho company This Is supposed to bo tho reason for VlooPresiriont Holconihs abandonment of his trip to Now York Ho started for the East on Monday but turned back at Chicago and uamo home It is re ported that President Dillons visit will bo followed by tho changes hi tho official staff of tho road that havo already boon decided upon but have not yet boon announced STARVED TWO YEARS General Miles Say That Is the Cause of tho Trouble CHICAOO Doo Miles said this morning that ho would go in a day or two to direct military arrangements in tho In dian country The General said he hud overwhelming evidence that tho Indians had been suffering fora want of food for two years and ouo of tho principal causes of dis satisfaction was this fact Ono object of his visit to Washington was to urjce tho necessity of immediate relief An order was sent from the Interior De partment to tho Indian agents instructing them Hiring tho Indian troubles to obey the orders of tho military olllcor oommandiug tho troops on tho vosorvation Electioneer Is Dead FUANOISCO Doo Stan fords Camous trotting biro Electioneer diod yesterday The Kinds Body Interred THE HAGUE Dec body of tho late King of Holland wasjntcrrod at Delft today with impressive PARSELLITE DIPLiffiGY The Irish Leader Cleverly Introduces Another Side issue THE RESULT DEPENDS ON GLADSTONE Parnell Declares that No Man Liv ing Can Fill Hia Stormy Scene and Shouts of Crucify Committee to Wait Gladstone The Discount Rate LONPON BanIc of Euyluud rule Is reduced to five per cent LONDON Dec a caucus this morn ing of the opponents of Parncll a resolution was adopted not to accept tho Clauoy com promise which would bo offered at todays meeting but to force matters to a decisive issue forthwith Tho Nationalists met at noon to further consider tho question of Parnolls leadership All the Irish members in London were in In attendance Parnbll accepted the chair After tho meeting had boon called to order one of tho members read tho mani festo issued yestorelay by the Catholic Hierarchy in Ireland declaring in conse quence of the revelations of the OShea divorce case which convict Parnell of ono of the gravest oflenses known to religion and society the Catholics of Ireland cannot accept as a leader a man wholly dis honored that of his leader ship would imperil the cause of Ireland The roarlintf of the manifesto was greeted with cheering by Iariiolls opponents Clancy offered his amendment which pro vided lii view of tho dillercnco between Gladstone and Isirnell that the party whips bo Instructed to oblnln from Gladstone Morley and ITnrcoiirl before any other con sideration of the main question informa tion on the departure from tho bill of 18815 by Gladstone in his suggestionsuFfocst ing fcho control of the Irish Oonstabulatory and a settlement of land question A prolonged debate took place on tho amendment intimated that if the party took the responsibility off of his shoulders and insisted upon tho Liberal leaders promising to a respectable Home Rule bill through the Commons in the faco of all opposition ho would retire from tho loiidnrshlp He asked tho mooting accept Clancys resolution whereupon he said tho between tho Nationalists and Liberals would ho renewed iTealy refused to submit to Farnolls stip ulations lie lochirod they were even be yond tho lines of tho compromise suggested at yesterdays mooting Sexton declared the majority of tho mem bers wore firmly determined to to the main question and would simply vote that Pjirnell must resign At r m the meeting adjourned till noon tomorrow At tho of tho meeting today Sexton denied that ho had ever proposed Mutt Parncil retire from public lifo and said lie only meant that ho should retire from tho chairmanship ofthe party Parnell proceeded at length with the Clancy proposal He decided that ho could not bind himself to retire until ho could see Gladstones reply His position had been granted him not merely as the leader of his party but tis tho leader of the Nation This lias beon derived from circumstances In which speaking with tho greatest respect his hearers had no share After speaking of his services in assimilating and soothing tho prejudice of tho discordant elements of hhe Irish throughout the world Parnell said know and T know that there is no man living if I am gone who could suc ceed in reconciling tho feelings of the Irish people to the Hawarclen proposals As you wish to withdraw from mo this responsibility I think it only reasonable that you should give judgment on these matters for thebene U of yonr constituents Therefore I sub mit this tho party accept no Homo Knlo bill unless it gives immediate control of tho police and power to deal with tho land W r Gladstone is capable of work ing to secure a majority attho elections which will render him independent1 of both tho Irish and Conservative parties If you throw mo to him got my value by securing the pledgoof a satisfactory Home Rule Healy expressed amuzomont at Parnells speech and protested against adding new conditions to the Clancy resolution Par noil ho said wanted to withdraw the ques tion on the leadership and substitute a dis cussion of home rule They could get neither straight conduct nor straight an swers from him Parnell replied that he had given his answer He he was not con sidered by it ho would stand or you will Whats the uso of further discussion A tremendous uproar followed Loamy shouted Away with him John OConnor shouted Crucify him and scenes of wild disorder followed quiet was finally restored Healy said nothing could change his determina tion to depose latter was no than tho majority of thi party yefc ho talked of defying it Healy believed hero would bo enough statesmanship luffc In tho benighted majority who opposed Par nell to take a course as statesmanlike as thatoflSfil Then Healy read portions of Parnell s speech delivered ah his birthday banquet six months after the Hawarclen interview rlrclaring the indcpondence of the Irish party and the alliance with Gliidstono An angry duel of words followed Healy repeating Parnells recent remarks about Gladstone and finishing by asking Who broke tho Aliance Parnell and Nolan both exclaimed Glad Healy rotor tod vJt perished from the stench of the divorce Iarnell replied that if tho Gladstone let ter had not been written tho alliance would have been Healy defended Gladstone He said that Parnell had bespattered that gentlemans gray hairs with mud and now wanted the Irish members hat in hand to go and ask Gladstone for terms If Parnell succumbed he was only one man gone Heads of greater leaders had been stricken pi at the block before now for Ireland but the Irish cause remained Sexton said ho had listened to Healy with regret Would Parnell resign he asked if a majority voted for the acceptance of Glad stones reply Barry asked for further explanations and Parnell I havestated with distinctnessihatI will not give fur ther A rumor was circulated this afternoon to the effect that Clancys amendment had boon rejected Inquiry proved there was no truth in the rumor On the contrary the latest phase of tho situation bids fair an agreement A committee1 lias been appointed to wait upon Gladstone and Gn dcavor to obtain from him tho assurances decided by Parnell The committee con ists of Hoaly Justin Carthy peasy Power and Ijonmy Parnell u1 part in the negotiations with Before the Parnbll skod tho nioolhig for an ol hands os iClancys This dis closed the fact that only two members con tinuel to hold out against the committee Ayill also seo Barconft tincl Morley and endeavor to conclude negotiations oommiiteo appointfedbyj the Nation alist aletter asking hjm for a future Home Rule bill Gladstone expressed will ingness to interchange views with the com mittee but reserved thc right to choose the members with whom to negotiate Tho committee has decided to entrust Healy Kedmond Sexton and Learny with the conduct of tbc negotiations with Glad stone It is reported that at a meeting of his adherents last nisht Parnell promised to abide by tho decision of a majority of the Irish members on the value of Glad stones assurances Tho supporters of Par nell aro eonlident that Gladstones assur ances will prove inadequate The report from Cork last night that the municipal authorities hnd adopted a reso lution against Parnell was erroneous On the contrary tho resolution is in support of Parnoll MANNING EXDORSKR TITM TTTERAHCnY The publishes an interview with Cardinal Manning in which he says his opinion is admirably expressed by the manifesto issued by the Irish hierarchy which he believes will pain influence be cause it took due time to consider the quest irm before issuing tho manifesto Ho thought the manifesto would carry great weight both in Ireland ind America Ho agreed entirely with tha views it expressed both politically and morally but Parnelis retirement should be made compulsory on moral grounds politics being a secondary consideration Parnells followers however wore justified in demanding his resignation on political grounds alone Fitzgerald Speaks lor His Race LINCOLN Dec Executive Council of the Irish National League of Amreica comprising President Fitzgerald of Lincoln Judge of Cincinnati Dr OReilly of Detroit W V Cannon of Omaha and Secretary Sutton of Lincoln will hold a meeting in this city tomorrow luclgo Fitzgerald who is now here today cabled the following to Parnoll The hasty action of the Cincinnati Parnell branch misrepre sents Frish sentiment Yonhave ever been faithful to Ireland while Gladstone until lately was among her oppressors Hence the Irish race rejects his dictation and de mands your retention as CRUSHED TO DEATH EIGHT IttKN KILLED BY THE COI OF A FUKNACJE Two Men KiHofl in a Train Workhouse Inmates Citscmlities JOMET Doc terrible accident occurred at tho Illinois Steel Companys works today A blast furnace which had boon blown out for repairs suddenly fell to the ground without warning Eleven men were at work Inside and sixon top when the accidenthappened The masonry work and furnace linings werepiled upon eafvh other in a confused heap mingling with the dead and dying workmen Tho relatives of the unfortunate men quickly gathered about the scono of the disaster and uigod the vosouors to renewed eflorts Within half an hour tho men had taken out eight bodies Five of the unfortunates were dead and tho other throe in jured The killed were Gus Loos N els Lar son John Pederson Theodore Larson Stais Noreucks Tho fatally injured were Pat Killien and The Pittsburjj iFire PITTSBURG was nearly three this morning before the fire in the Diokson Oat was No more bodies were found and all tho occupants are accounted for There wore about forty and many had narrow escapes Mr Irwin perished in an attempt to s escuo his wife after giving tho alarm to the iumates on the other lloors jMrs Irwin was suffocated in an attempt to reach the entrance to the building Loss Tho building was four stories high with no fireescape and no watchman The Department of Public Safety will prosecute tbo owner of tho building for fail lire to put up fire escapes accordiogto law A Church and Convent Burn PiTiSBUiiG Doc Marys Magdalen Catholic churchand school at Homestead caught fire at 1 oclock and the church is already totally There are QO hopos for the buildings ou either side The convent is now burning as is also a dwelling house It now looks as if three other dwellings near will also go as there is absolutely no water to be had on the hill A Fatal Tank Explosion CINCINNATI tbo explo sion of a tank in the chemical works in the eastern part of the city this morning three men were fatally injured and two Tho tank was used for making yellow prus siato of potash No ono knows what caused the explosion The fatally injured are Louis Schluss John Priuty and James Another Pittsbwrg Fire PiTTSBima December McGinn cracker house Jenkinss warehouse next door and n arriss drug store were damaged by tire at an early hour this Friday morning An explosion of chemicals caused a wall to fall severely injuring several firemen Killed in a Truin Wreck ST Louis southbound Chi cago Alton passenger train was wrecked at Jacksonville early this morning Fred Smith ot and Judge J K Rillleof Kansas City wero instantly killed Half a dozen otherswere hurt Run Down by a Train pHlPADEiaHiA Doc Helferty William McGown and Michael Newline were instantly killed this afternoon by being run down by a train on tbo Heading Kailroad Six Lives frost LONDON Deo fire in the workhouse at NewcastlconTyue last night in the womans dormitory crowded with women and children caused a dreadful panic Six lives were lost Brookfiftld Kansas Burns SAUNA Doc of the busi ness portion of Brookflold was destroyed by ire this afternoon A KING AT SAM FRANCISCO Kalakana of Hawaii Traveling for His Health SAN Dec United Stutes arrived with King Kalakaua of Hawaii on board The was met and saluted by the The boats also lired a royal salute The King left the the Admirals barbs late this afternoon and was landedat the Clay street wharf and tara again fired a royal salute as left the ship Upon arriving he received by General Genebon comrcand iuij the Division of the Pucific and Cphssul General McKinloy of A of United States cavalry was up in line Groat crowds of people surrounded and as the King the bargo he bowed right and left acknowl edperaont of tbe cheers of thespectators King Kalakaua immediatelyf entered a carriage and driven to the Palace where he held a reception by Governor couiineLcial the Kings fojrtiie were will probably weeks THEY WANT A PRESIDENT Tie Fanners Prepare a Call For a National Convention OTHER REFORMERS WART TO JOIN IN South Carolinas Governor Says the Whites Mean to Rule the Blacks That All Men Are Not Equal and Jefferson Was Mistaken us no more Can I not pledge in your bo we whin men of South stand ready and willing O listen kindly to all corn plaints grunt all jusrt ricrhts and privileges to those colored people ixiid guarantee fair treatment it our hands We whites absolute control of tho State Government and wo intend to retain it An intelligent exercise of the rfflt of suffrage at once tho highest privilege and the most sacred duty of the is beyond the capacity of a vast majority of the colored men We deny that all men are created H Is not true now and it was not when Jefferson wrote it but wo cannot deny that it is our duty as the gov erning power in South Carolina to insura to the individual black and white tho to life liberty and the pursuit of happi It ia now believed ihat Senator Hampton will ho defeated by Irby the THltnan can didate for the United States Souaui k PREMATURE EXPLOSION I00 National Al liance received the National Colored Alli ance in a body Tho visit was one of fraternal greetings and introduction General John H Rico of Kansas is draw ing up a call to tho Farmers Alliance and all the industrial unions of America which favor the principles of St Louis platform to meet at Cincinnati February 23rd to con sider the formation of a third party move ment At tho afternoon session a delegation rep resenting the AlUauco of Kansas were introduced by Colonel Livingston of Georgia s ml all made addresses the sub stance of which wore their organiza tion was deeply interested in tho success of the farmers movement that both bodies practically working on tho same Hue and they saw no reason why merchants traders druggists should not uuito in promoting this movement They asked for a committee of conference to arrange for closer relations between tho Citizens Alli ance and tho National Alliance Tho re quest was granted and the committee ap pointed Delegates from the Now York Working mens Reform League and AntiMonopoly League addressed the convention saying among other things that the mechanics and laborers in the city woro as much dependent upon the financial and industrial condition of tho country as tho farmers woro and should be eligible to membership in tho Alli ance Colonel Livingston in reply said they would be better off if they kopt their own organizations as at present but should fraternise more closely and confer more fre quently upon measures of public policy ITc recommended cooperation and fraternity with other National bodies but not consoli dation In an interview with an Associated Press representative this afternoon Delegate Davis said tho call for a National conference to bo held February 23rd next with a view to forming anew party had been drawn up It indorses the Alliance platform adopted at Si Louis and invites all organizations in sympathy to send delegates to Cincinnati It four propositions with reference to National reforms finance transportation laijd and labor Further than this Its contents would riot bo marie public yet Davis thought the convention would undoubtedly result in the placing of a Presidential can didate in the field in ISOJi Tho call will not be presented to the National Alliance but will bo circulated for signatures in tho thirtysix Alliance States and perhaps in all the States of the Union There is considerable indignation among correspondents over the failure of the Press Committee which was to give out informa tion to perform its duty A vigorous pro test was made to President Polk today Tho policy of the Alliance seems to be ono of tho strictest secrecy The National Colored Alliance this after noon discussed a resolution condemning tho action ot the White Alliance in passing a resolution yesterday in opposition to the Federal Election bill because such action has no reference whatever to tho aims and purposes of tbo organization Tho opinions expressed were not so much in favor of the Fed oral Election bill as In condemnation of tho White Alliance for going out of its way to meddle in politics The resolution will probably bo passed tomorrow A resolution was adopted condemning the Conger Lard bill and praying for the pass ago of tho Paddock Pure Food bill At the open session of the National Al liance tonight a delegation from tho Col ored Alliance was received and several speeches woro made all indicating a lean ing of the Colored Alliance toward tho now political darty Lecturer Tracey of the White Alliance in his speech said pointedly we leave this place we must estab lish a political federation with tho Colored Farmers mean THE IDAHO LEGISLATORS The Senatorsuip Question to Be Settled in Caucus BOISE CITY Idaho Doc to merubers of the Legislature continue to arrive Judge Clagett daughter son and niece came in on tho af ternoon train and will stop at tho Over land It is likely tbat a caucus of Repub lican members will beheld not later than Saturday to determine the organization of the Legislature aiid discuss tho Senatorial question It is almost certain that the matter of Senators will bo disposed of in caucus Efforts aro making to prevent the holding of a caucus but it vrill be held There is no gain in strength of northern sentiment for one Senator from that section Some of the most bitter enemies of Dubois now concede his election IJo has more votes than all the other candidates com bined Tho friends of Dubois feel very kindly toward Governor Shoup because he put himself on record early in the campaign In favor of Dubois for one of the Senators It is now almost certain that Lytleton Price of Alturas will be Speaker of the Houso while Sam Weiler joint Senator for Nez Porce and Idaho will be Speaker vro tern of tho Senate Thus honors will be easy between the north and the south Peyatto of Lemht said today that he favored the selection of the bestmen for of what part of the State they came from Many members are ofthe opinion that localities cut no figure Some of course insist that the resolution favoring a northern Senator Is binding but these are in the minority The friends ot both McConnell and Clagett are ener getically at work and say the chances are good to get in a man from the north TIfjLMANS IDEA OP When the Negroes Become Demo crats All Will Be Serene Dee Governorelect 13 J Tlllrnan elected on the reform ticket composed of the Farmers Alliance and other Democrate who wanted a change of Govern inauRuratefl today pres ence of a crowd from all parts of the State i1 inaugurailh the National Democratic party In regard to the election in State beisald It is gratifying to note the f act that this attended by a political xbich surprise 1 lu teiy re f u sed to be led t6 the polls by their bosses it is clearlyshown majority of ou r colored voters longer irri Repub lean vexed negro problem i willbe solved the fear ofVa return of negro domination loopcr Makes a Tile and Unfimel Attack on Commissioner llaom A FREE USE OF COARSE EPITHETS AN IDAHO DECISION Judge Bcatty Issues a Writ After Being Legislated Out of Idaho Doc to tho District Court at Hailey today Judge rendered a dc sision in tho mandamus suit brought by Mountain Home compelling tho Elmoro County Commissioners to remove the county seat from Rooky Bar to Mountain Home Tho writ was Issued November ISth by Chief Justice Beatty who held office under tho Territory and was inado returnable De cember 2nd StockslasiHr the newly elected District Judge of the Second Judicial Dis trict decides that Beatty had no right to issuo tho writ having been legislated out of ofllce as soon as tho members of tho State Supremo Court had qualified which oc curred prior to the issue of the writ It had been generally understood that while Judge Beatty was no longer Chief Justice he still had power to net as Dis trict Judge until Stockslagor qualified and that ho was therefore duly empowered To issue tho mandamus for Mountain Homo hut Judge Stoekslagers decision up sets this position and Mountain Home will have to institute proceedings today Tho technicality cuts no figure 1n the merits of tho contest between Mountain Homo and Rocky Bar which is bound to come up again for judicial arbitration next January when tho wheels of tho State Gov ernment aro in working order STANFORD ON THB PRESIDENCY Tho California Senator Is Not Sock ing the Nomination NETV YORK Bee have no thought of tho Presidency I have no expectation of being a candidate now nor any time in the Ifc was in these words says tho Heralds Washington special that Sena tor Stanford of California set at rest tho stories that ho is socking a presidential nomination in 1892 It is my intention within a few ho continued to call up my Farm Mortgage bill introduced at tho last session or if that bo not possible to remtroduce it It has been said that I am using that bill to advance my Presidential chances Nothing could be further from my purpose I felt satisfied when I prepared that bill that it would create antagonism and thaMt would injure me m the estimation of a good many conservative men who do not understand the subject but I believe it contains the and furnishes the means without cost to the Government of supplying the people with such amount of circulating medium as tho country de A SCENE IN COURT Spokane Officials and Attorneys En in a Fight SPOKANE Dec Blakes department of the Superior Court was the scone today of an exciting free fight in which Mayor Cloucch Attorneys Turner Graves and QnInn and tho officers of the court participated Tho fight was tho re sult of a ease involving a conflict of city and judicial authorities During tbo hearing Judge Turner a prominent politician made a remark reflect ing on the city alter court adjourned Mayor Olough told Turner that his remarks wore uncalled for and that his law firm had been mixed up in every dirty caso with the city Turner struck at Clough The latter fell and Turner jumped at him whereupon Attorney Quinn and Frank Graves took a hand and for a few minutes there was an inextricable tangle of arms and legs Finally Turner emerged from tho mass and crasping the Mayors cane began to belabor the crowd generally Sheriff depu ties and constables rushed in the Judge pounded on the bar and confusion reigned supreme Finally the com bat ants were separated nobody having been seriously hurt Turner served as United States Marshal in Alabama under Grants administration and was one of the famous 306 in the Chicago convention of 1880 THE BUSINESS FAILURES Ammidowns Connection with the Rittenhouse Smash PASSAIO N Rittenhouse Manufacturing Company which went Into the hands of a receiver yesterday with t one million and assets j employed 800 hands in tho manufacture of woolen blankets shawls and plush Edward 3 Arnmidown president of the American Protective Tariff League owns ninetun Mis of the stock and is president of the corpora tion The company has running at a loss for two storing a great deal of their product in anticipation of the passage of the tariff NEW YOKK Dec Smith dry goods commission merchants assert that the failure of the Ritterhousc Manu facturing Company will not cause any trouble to them Their firm had no interest in the Ritterhouso Company further than selling its products but Ammidown was a large company LONDON Nov Russell merchants London and Bombay failed Liabilities Petrus Mandax a silk importer has failed Liabilities OTTAWA Ont Dec Siebold wholesale dealers in dry goods are in financial dificulties Their liabilities are assets about the same A OMAHA MILL Local liipbtweifflits Fight Eleven Fierce Rounds for OMAHA Dec to W O Donnell and 0 B two local lightweights fought eleven bloody rounds in Germania Hall before the South Omaha Athletic Club tornight for a purse of and seventyfive and twentyfive per cent oMbegate The mill abounded in knockdowns and both men were covered bad I the bestof It throughout and was a warded the fight on a gross Donnell Twoounce gloves WesternPafiisensrer AdTanced CnibAGO Western Passenger Association has decidedto rate from ChicaKO tcjcPacifiojGoaiit points from iifeoondrelii88 in conformity ofH through Tho Senate Passes a Resolution to Furnish Arms to Settlers ajrui Pujjli Denounces the Federal Klection Bill as a Partisan Measure Deo tho Hoiiso nnlinished business in tho morning was the bill for the punishment of every pnardhin conservator curator tutor or other judi ciary agent for embezzlement of tho pen sions of a ward Tho previous question was 113 yeas the bill passed On motion of Morrow tho Houso went into Committee of the Yvholo on tho Pension Appropriation bill Morrow explained that bill appropri ated for the payment of pensions 000 to be distributed among pen sioners This was the largest number ot beneficiaries ever provided for in any single item in the statistics of the United States It was estimated that the gross cost for tho United States of these pensions for tho would averago each Ho be lieved there would bo no deficiency next Cooper pot tho floor and reviewed all the charges made against Commissioner Rauni which formed tho basis of tho in vestigation during the last session and as serted that they hud all been 7rovod Tho Pension Bureau should bo presided over by a man above criticism and above reproach During the last campaign tho Commissioner had gone to Indiana and had invaded his Coopers district Tito Commissioners only excuse was that he might defeat Coopers election The Commissioner had pone to to prostitute his high ofllce for partisan ends lie Cooper had groat veneration for the Pension Bureau and pro tested that tho institution should not be come a spawning place for corporations or a stall for the sale of patent rights nor should It be presided over by a moribund and malodorous likened by a Republican paper to a bad Sawyer New York was surprised that Cooper should make his speech at this time before the case was closed Cooper had said the committee had abandoned any further investigation but it had been tho clear understanding that the committee should hear further testimony at this session Saw yer further denied that the charges against Raum had been proved After further debate the committee rose and the Houso Senate Dec the Senate among tho bills Introduced and referred was one for a permanent tariff commission and one by Stewart for tho free and unlimited use of sfiver as money The joint resolution reported yesterday by Hawley to issue arms to North South Dakota and Nebraska was taken iip Hawley necessity of prompt action Vborhoes quoted an interview with Gov ernor Foster of Ohio an exmember of commission to treat with the Sioux in which Foster said the whole trouble lay in tho fact that tho Indians weie starving Give them enough to oat and there would bo no further trouble After a lengthy debate on the Indian question the joint resolution was amended so as to afply to the States of North and South Wyoming and Nebraska and passed Morgan introduced a joint resolu tion which went over until tomorrow ap propriating S5000 for an investigation under orders of the Senate as to the cause of tho trouble among the Indians The Elections bill was then taken up and Pugh addressed the Senatein opposition to it The bill he said was never intended to be put in operation in Republican districts It was founded on 0710 proposition and that that was that State election officers might be watched guarded and over ruled because they were Democrats Tho whole conception of the bill wastransparent and ati audacious scheme having no other end or purpose than tho capture of Demo cratic districts and their transfer to tho Republican party in Congress and was to bo used in perpetuating its supremacy in de fiance of the will of the people Gray was to follow Pugb but ho did not desire to speak this afternoon Blair moved to lay the Election bill aside until tomorrow and take up the displaced Labor bill Hoar gave notice that after today he would endeavor to press ho Election bill without having Jt laid aside for any other purpose whatever until a final vote was reached Cockrell oblectcd to the Labor bill being taken up and after a number of bills on the calendar were passed the Senate adjourned SLASHED BY A NEGRO A Navy Stirgcon and His Wife Hor ribly Cut With a Razor Dec William A Wheeler of the United States Marino Hospital Service and his wife were fieri ously slashed with a razor in the hands of a negro burglar this evening They had just finished and going Into another room found the burglar calmly looking through their effects Tho Doctor grappled with him and was getting the best of him wiieu the negro drew a razor and began slashing and left with terrible effect Mrs Wheeler rushed to her husbands as sistance batwas soon slashed in a terriblo manner Thoughfaint from loss Of blood she rushed into her husbands room secured his pistol and handed it to Him The bur glar broke away and escaped although the Doctor thinks one of the shots he fired bit the man The Doctor and wife are nob fatally injured but will be laid up some little time The police are searching for the AII FOR THE IRISH The Commons Vote Five Thousand Pounds for Seed Potatoes LOXDOF Dec In the Commons today Balfour made a motion that Parliament vote to provide seedpotatoes the distressed land cultivators in Ireland the seed potatoes not to be given the people gratis but as a loan any one i ready money would obtain 20 percent dis1 count This was only a small partplthe measures to be taken by the Governmeat to meet the pending distress in spoke of railways and be undertaken The appropriation asked for was approved The i Death r WASHINGTON Deo Dr Baxter Surgeon stricken with paralysis Monday j morning Ke never regained consciouiD after the attack LONDON Dec Lord u TbcmMiv Fremantle Cbttesloe was twice also War an author dead 1 A rwl 1S April   

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