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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE TRIBUNE is tlie only Sevenday Paper published be tween Denver and San Fran ciscp arid contains the only Complete Telegraph Service in the Rocky Mountains f THE TRIBTJNjB is delivered by carrier to all parts of cityat 25 cents per week Monday edition included Telephone No VOL SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY 0 1890 CAMPAIGN JHcKinlcy and Senator Teller Differ on Free Coinage Probabilities COMPROMISE PROPOSITION Tho Silver Senators an Ad ininiHtrtttion Measure ProetorH Solution of tho Indian BturittrdH liill llc coil etriK of a rlnsum rule In vii w the fact that no obstructive pui yet y the minority tbo took no actloo TtTIA Tlic bill was Jntrodtjcod hy Senator Stan ford toflny tn provide with suillcient to supply tho national want of ft sonnri circulaMnp medium Is the bill introduced by him hist May find was roIntroduced HO as to allow of bis mak ing some remarks upon It Tho bill authorizes the issuo of ono hundred million dollars In nols to be loaned at two per cnt upon application to citizens owning uninoumborod agricultural lands the loans not to exceed onehulf the assessed valuo of tho land find not to extend for more than twenty years T TitrnrrNK RrrrtKATT Major Is rjmtnln that no to tho tariff luw will bfj per mitted lit Mils wesson and that on this ftcootmt tlio of tho minors that tho tariff on Will ho fllrf aro unfounded Is equally con iKlnit that no hjgiHlation leading to froo will bo onaoUjd at the Session All the Senators from tho silver States now in tholr soatB oxcopt Senators Hoarst and Jorum Sonator JOIIOH hnH his on hand arid not return until holidays Mo will bo on hand promptly wlum needed Within tht twentyfour hours the fiilvcr StmatorH havo boon appnmohwl with proposition In tho hy Mr Williams Df Illinois to authorise tho Sucrotnry of the frfmstiry U purohsitto wltbin thirty days ounces of Hi Ivor This Is thn amount of tho lowing surplus of silver bul lion and tno of tho bill claim that with this out of tho way ail of the sll vor product of the UnJtod Staros will find a purchHHor lu tho Government undor Iho existing law A rnoro potent argument ad vanced In favor of tho bill IH that it has tuinctkm of the Administration Tho Prosldont recognizes tho diuigor of tho paHsago of a froe coinage bill at tho prnmuit Bosslon and hr haw said ho would ho willing to accept this compromise If the silver mon will bo satisflod with it for tlio Htmator Aldrich who on tho ques tion of tho currency Is ono of tho most con servative morn hers of tho Klriiinoe Commit too said this afternoon In conversation thub ho would ho willing to voto on this ro Tho proposition howovor doen not moot with tho approval of froo oolnago men members of tho Houso Senator Toller and other froo coinage Ko pubUesans in the Bonato today and propose this compromise tho Senators mot thoin with a flat refusal Thoy said that thoro no doubt In tholr that a froo solnugo hill could bo put through both housoH In this session Tho voto at tho lust jiesslon had liullcatfid very oloarly that thoro was a froo coinage majority in both Thoy thoy wore perfectly willing to risk a presidential voto Tholr pooplo would not hold thorn responsible for tho PretildiMils rttOCTOaH INDtAN PTIOPO8ITION WASHINGTON Doc Dispatch Krunolsoo Chronicle Proctor has presented uutlinos of a plan for dolenninlng the oauso of tho pros en t Indian trouble and for preventing sim in thefuturo Thutfoirrotary niado an argument buforo tho rnlttuo on Military Allulrs and proposed tho i Innroaso of the maximum strength of tlio j army to Its former quota of men of i hll arms If this Is dono lu said ho would j Immediately onllst two full regiments of Inj dinns all for tho full torru of yours j und all to bo troatod in ovory rospoot lilco i wbHo soldiers Tlio Indian foroo would consist of huth Infantry and artillery Tho Hecrotary thinks onllstmont of Indians j would havo a vory good oiltut upon j and tholr kind as it would bring thtmulosor j to civilisation find tenoh thorn business i riiotltods whloh it now SKOUKS impossible to ACQUITTED BY THE BRETHREN And tlie Parson Then Pleaded Guilty in a Police Court KANSAS Crry Deo Francisco Chronlcte Tho Rev E 0 Boaz tho Mwthodisb minister and prohibition loftdur of Ottawa who had been on trial boforo a church commission of this city for several days Cor carrying concealed weapons and for Im moral conduct with Mrs K W Fish wife of a wellknown business man and a leader n church work was acquitted of both charges by the church commission today This morning Mr Roaz was arrested on the charge of carrying concealed weapons TVhon taken before Poliao Judge Kobb ho pleaded guilty of the charge and waa fined which ho paid at once THE BARRUNDiA CORRESPONDENCE UOW SECRETARY BLAINE HANDLISU TJIJK CASK Tho Official CorrcHpondenee The Outratrcoitfi of tlie Juato Killing Was Unjustifiable Tho routine of military life would bo agreeable to tht Indians and It Is believed hy tin Dopxvtment olllolals tiiat thoro would ho a great rivalry among Indians to be cnUsttul Only the best Indians would ho HOleotocl ty tho military iiiiMmrlMus and this would putthem OH thoirgood behavior and set a premium on and fidelity to whlUs 1 1 would also Iccop the War licjiarttiiont In closer with Iho Indians und enable them to ho more quickly ap prised of any dissatisfaction among tho retl Kklus The members of the Military Committee received proposition very favorably and it Is thought Llioy will act alllrtuutivoly WHAT SAVK SITTINO Ths Infiueneo behind tht throne that re calhd HutTalo Kill nftor had boon dis patched to irnist fitting Hull luis betm found It was the Indianloving philoso phers who nfnst the Indian Himau Thoy nssuml tho Prosldcnt bloodshed would cortjiinly follow If Cody tried to carry out his plan Jonoral Miles asked that bis or der for Hulls arrest should stand Mint it should bo enforced by the man in whose bunds thoorder was given The President however believed that there should be a greater force of United Jtutos troops tn tho immediiiio vicinity it be time of tho ar rest md directed Joiiem Miles to toiiiiter mniul the order At tho IndianofHco HulTulo Bil is in bad odor It is believed by the that he would be very glad to em brace nn opportunity to till Sitting Bulls skin full of lead and thit It was bis pur pose in going to Standing Rock to precipi tate a tight and then shoot down his old enemy MS ho has had it Is said a grudge against BUI for many years TftK Tho amount of silver oftored tho Treasury Dopartinont was ouucos The nriiouut purchased was at to A STOP TO TlSTOMS FHAITDS Supervising Spocliil Agont Tinglo In his annual report says iu attondanro on thn conference of ConsulsGeneral of i lie United States in Europe called to ronqdfr the practical wnrkines of tho law was strongly im wisdom and necessity for n stringent enforcement of thut ict funlior proof been needed it would havo been found the publications in tho Kuropean admitting that invoices worn systematically and iiliy undervalued nnd iloplorini the fact thut utiilor ttie ppiviMons of the law these evas ions could no louder Oe safely cuntinund It also been broiicht prominently to ray notice thut while the citixons of those countries weroonjoy inc iarire prolits upon the dectiptivo and Illicit Into tiio United Ainerioin products were und invidiously pro scribed iniulc to feel the riiior oftheir com mercial Uo expresses the opinion that rnoro than half the prepared opium consumed In llio countrj during tho past six years had boon If Is IJoMfvcd ho says that an internal revenue tax of not more than nor pound on tho prepared article crude upturn to bo admitted froo and a corre sponding dnty upou smokiriR opium 1m purtod would practically pub tin end to smuggling THE CLOSURE Tho JRopublican Senatorial Caucus Com rtilttoo wore in gesslou for some tlmo Doc President to day tranamittod to tho Houso tho corre spondouco growiriR out of the killing of Gorioral Barrundla hy tho Guatemalan offl oorH on board tho Pacific mail steamer In tho port of San Togo Secre tary Blaino in tho loiter laying tho cor rosporidoneo boforo tho Presidont says It will bo observed that tho lush roport of Min islnr contains mattnr essential to a full and accurate understanding of tho case and was dated September and not received at tho until October Oth sovernl clays after iiiljourninfiit f i The rorrftspondniioc ooiisists of ton onalosures In1 received n froin Ooin innndni Rciifir of tho navy Clun leimilns rlKht over the steninur mid tlie toobliiin friiti the fov erniniMil nliirn to in tho Tliti Minisinr of Relations positively declined iiucodo to this All the of Uumnitliiis well known hoslility to rnpublio and his iit iiuoplid from Mexico deriidnd his mid tie in response ti roimest for and nut tfilcRruphm orders sent Pittp H ndvisitm the Juptiiin submit to Uio iirmst of his On the following day Reiter Hfirriiudlas dufith re UiKlIir dutnof SnptomhoT OT in n to Hlnlnn justifies his course nnd says thnt on thn 1Hth he culled on Minister of Poroifin Delegations for an explanation of tlm affair In the inlorviow the Minister stated with omphnsis thai hit Government hud given ponitivo to tnke KiviTiitidia from the even to the sinking of the ship uotwUhstiimlinpr itmipht Involve a conlliot with our two war vessels Tills bn said would havo been exercise of tho 1111 doulitod of iijs own Govtsruniniit over its own waters in which be was tbc Uws of Xationi luvvo sustained him Mlzntr says hu bad never heard of thcso orders before Histhun tho decision of Secretary Liaynrd in tho Gomey Mexican miso in support of hisaction and oonoliules l contidently adti that nothing will tend so much to the cstablish iridriUif peiiiuuieiit pence iu these Uopuhlics as the plain detslanitioii that our lleoL of stcuniors cannot be used in locnl us an asylum for Tin correspondence closes with u letter from Dhiine to duted ISth in which he reviews the case at length and says more the question is examined in the of im portant facts tardily disclosed the duopor bo comes the rejiret that YOU so far exceediid your lesrUiimU luiUiority vs lo a paper which In the hands of uillocrs of Gmitemnla iHicamu lliuir wiirnuit for the capture of In tlio of which oilers us nn excuse for bisoonduot ISIaine fails to llnd any support of notions 1 am Biiya lilulne It may be said that M from 11 you riinnlv advised the oiiptaiii of his duty but the oiipiain clld not simply seek advice in bis teletfrnm from He says that on his arrival nt 1m will place under the orders of the American Minister He apiiin to you later from Chiimperico tliiit be was waiting your and nt San Joso he expected your written orders In his hist telegram in voii dispatched from Ran lose on arriving at on tlio evening Anjiusi aih be yoriculiv inquires Shiill 1 dHiver Gennral Harrundhi to the If so pleaso send mo a letter with your signature to that ef Tlmro Is not hern ubo tion that Pitts proposed to act otherwise thati bv yniir order and oil your It wasniider these that you wrote the letter which became in hands of the Jurtemalhuia a pretext for theattempied of Th Secrotarv Uironsh nolioTi tno naval foro1 of tiie United Stutos in ihnse waters become ivn to events aitbouph a merchant vessel of thn United Stales was then under the muxxles of juns mailed by men wiio as you state oad every reason to were prepared to resist to any act of violence even as Sunor Anuruno has since de clared to you even of the sinking of the ship notwithstanding it iniirlit have involved a con flict with oiu two war vessels then und there present am not maino to pav undue regard to these post facto threats which are now reported to the Dopamnent I prefer to think thit by extravagant uncon trolled by tho uctmil presence of a problem which he was permitted to solve so much to his satisfaction Seiior Anpnivno has dono injustice to his own senso of humanuv Tc havo sunk the with her freight of innocent lives in the execution of a purpose for tho accomplish ment ot which uothini but unlawful and invalid excuses have so far been advanced would huvo been an act of savage warfare and I am in structed hy the President to say that he earnestly trusts thetime will never conio when the course of events In Guatemala or the declared purpose of her rulers will constrain this Rovcrnment to insure the safely of its merchant vessels entering the waters of Guatemala by stationing naval ves sels along the coast and opposite tho ports of thnt Hlaine closes hla letter as follows On more than one occfvsou this Government has per mitted its legations and ships of war to offer hospitality to political refugees This is done from motives of humanity Its views would noc have been less pronounced if in addition to the human aspect of tbo subject it had also been confronted with theduty of preventing the decks of its merchant vessels from being made the theater of illegal violence upon groundless and unlawful excuses and without even the pretense of legal formality For your therefore in intervening to punish authorities of Gnatenwla to accomplish their desire the capture of Barundia I can dis cover no justification You were promptly in formed that voor act regretted T am now directed bv the President to inform you that it is disavowed The President Is moreover of the opinion that your usefulness in Central Amer ica is at an end You will therefore lenvo your yosl with ftll convenient despatch turning over your legation to Kiuiberly as Churgo UAlTairs ad intirim through whom your letter of recall will subsequenfly bo presented to the Guate mahm Government Kailroaa Officials Indicted CHICAGO Doo Federal jury returned Indictments ngiiinst John M Eagau president and gunoral manager of the Chicago St Paul Kansas City rail road Thomas Miller general freight agent Chlrago Burlington Quincy und John general freight agent Rock Island Pacilio for giving rebates to ship Emiri Pnshtts ZANZIBAR Doc Pasha jit the head of tho German expedition has arrived litLake Victoria Tho expedition had a number of fights with Arabslavetraders hut was successful iu all tho THE AGRICULTURAL PARTY Figures Showing the Growth of the Fanners Movement THE THIRD PARTY CONVENTION It Is Predicted That the Democrats Will Surrender to the Alliance and Adopt Its Farmers Endorse tho Election Bill Deo National Al liance passed a resolution reciting that tho United States census returns with respect to farm grossly incorrect and calling upon all county and subAl liances in all States to take immediate steps towards socurlng accurate statements from tho county records and making prompt re ports thereon A resolution asking that tho Worlds Fair be closed on Sundays waspassed without op position National Secretary Turner submitted his annual report During tho past year 1000 now charters were Issued to subiilliancoH as follows West Virginia Colorado lfJ Indiana Michigan Vir ginia J5 Illinois 87 South Carolina S3 Ohio Pennsylvania f9 New Jersey Minne sota 5 Jown ft 1 Oklahoma 1 Suite charters werw issued to the following Suites Imlhimi Illinois Colorado Michigan West Virginia Oklahoma and North Dakota So mo questions having been raised HB to the unanimous endorsement of tlio St Louis plat form bv tho National Alliance last yur Living stone of Georgia moved its adoption by tlie present body Some debate followed but the motion was adopted with an amendment so as tn demand Government control of the miroads and telegraph if this shall not result in relief the masses and in chucking or curing the existing evils the Government shall become the actual owner of such lines This platform does not include thu SubTreasury hill amendment was adopted that every Alli ance lecturer State and nnd all news paper organizations of iho Alliance shall sup port the sutler suspension order that no candidate for any Nutioual po litical ollice shall bo supported hy tlie Alliance unless he endorses thu platform find nny allianco not complying with the restrictions may bo suspended a tho pleasure of the presi dent The St Louis platform as thus amended was adopted unanimously upon a call of the roll by GColonel Livingston of Georgia from the Com a report lo furnish a basis for an ultimateunion between the Na tional Farmers Alliance and the Industrial Union and Mutual HunelH Association Under this plan the HonelU Association still maintains a separate organiKation but will lie entitled to representation in the National Alli ance the executive committee of will hereafter and ar range the details of the union Tlio report was adopted Or M ami no chairman of tho National tive Committee submitted his annual report It referred al length to the SubTreasury bit drawn and presented to Congress The mission in this respect was virtually ended be cause tlio Alliance had elected several Congress men wtio would look after pushingthe bill through the National In a short time ho said Congress will pass the bill if not willingly then by a compromise Tho report recommends a reduction of the salaries of all National Allhinco officers and tho removal from of tho presidents office inasmuch as tho retention of it entails an expense not commensurate with the usefulness At the conclusion of roport Dr Macnnc ad dressed the convention upon tho policy of the Alliance especially with reference to its position upon leading public measures and its attitude toward the Democrats and Republicans in future political contests After iidjournment ho gave tho Associated Press tho following synopsis of his utterances upon tho third party question I told the dclognteH that tho people in the Southern States were not prepared to embark in a thivd party movement that iu this emergency there was necessity for conservatism and caution I recommended as a compro mise that would carry out tho end sought to be achieved by the West and tho North if it met tho approbation of tho South that a convention bo called for Feb rnnrv 18fl2 to be composed of delegates from nil associations of producers and that tlie next an nual session of the supremo counsel elect dele gates to represent this order in that convention This would not commit tbo people but provino a means whereby Uioy could express themselves on the question through their county aud State or ganisations during coming year When tho convention meets the would come tbero with authority and instructions from their peo ple If tho people decide in favor of independent party action it will prevail if not tho cause will stillho benefited by the conference and there will bo a bettor understanding of the objects tho labor nre seeking to achiovo Ma 5iinn thinks this will satisfy both sides In conversation with an Associated Pnoss cor Colonol Livingston of Georgia said the policy outlined bv Mauune 1C adopted can not fail to have a marked olVect It would com mit the Alliance of tho South almost solidly against a third party liefore Kobniary ho said wo shall have a chance to see the Republican abandon its protective tariff platform t will have to wholly forfeit its present idontity as a political party in order to that and J do not see any possible chance of this coming Do you said reporter that the Democratic party of tho North would join Southern an Alliance platform V I do I think more and make tho prediction that the Democratic NationalCorivention of will adopt tho Alliance St Louis platform in to The National Colored Alliance this morning adopted a resolution desiring Congress to pass the Lodge Election biii and n resolution criti cising and the Winto National Alli anco for its opposition to tho bill was passed At last nights session of the National Alliance Rice of Kansas who is an aspirant for tho peoples nomination for Shnator against Ingalls got tho floor on a proposition for the improve ment of the Mississippi occasion to deliver a violent political speech in which he denounced the Republican party as unworthy of existence The speech produced a sensation and the Alliance men of both parties wish it under stood that his opinionsare simply those of an in dividual aud are noc endorsed by the Alliance as a body Tho investigation committee thnt this after noon reported that It was unable to ascertain a single fact implicating in nny way President Polk As to President Livingston of the Georgia Alliance while nothing waVfound derogatory to his personal or oflicial character thecommittee endorse his course in tho Georgia sunn torial contest The same wns true of Dr Macunc The roport did not give entire satis faction but was adopted without debate Tho annual election of officers was held this afternoon President Polk and Vice President Cover of Kansas were reelected of Georgia was elected secretary and J S Wlllets of Kansas national lecturer Tho day convention had ordered the sendinc of a telegram to Director General Davis of the Worlds Fair at Chicago asking cooperaiipn with tho National Alliance in securing exhibits of American agricultural products at the expo sition This afternoon a reply was received from iho director general asking the appoint ment of a committee for that purpose A com mittee was appointed Also one to meraoralize Congress for the suppresion of lotteries T N Powderly and A W Wright members of the executive board Knights of Labor ar rived here this At a public meeting thev spoke Powderly in his address said it imie for thelawyers to stand aside and give the farmers a chance as well as the merchants aud laborers speaking only for himself individually but if it was the general sentiment for all the producing in dustrial aud labor to stsiud and vote together ho wouldbe there in the hotfcestof the fight The whole Hntj of talk was1 in 111 couragtnnent of a third party it became necessary In conclusion ho said Let 1110 say to yon our greeting 5s most cordial and heartfelt Wefeel that Sve are part of your organization agreu upon your plat form If it figitato nnd do mird work on that platform we are withyou and If we are to vote with von we will staud by you At vote with you upon the polls President Polk made nnd several other speeches were made Kollowins third party confer and Davis of Kansas and about sevehtyNnvfe ts it is desirable should bo a union of all Industrial orgaa ixations that stjintl on common ground To this individuals from the various1 whose re hereto this call ftr a National conference tu bbotnposoil of dele gates fmrn the following namely Fanners Alliance Mutual HoneiU As sociation Alliance Knights of Labor and all other industrial that sup portthe of Uie Louis acroemtiit of 1S80 each Sinie organization to OIHdele fate from each Conimssinal and two from the State at largo mid ah district or ganisation to send nnr less than three delegates and each county delegation not less ihan ono delegate to he chosen according to tha custom of each respective during the month of Juuiary 1SSO also that the editor of each hereby invited as a delegate that has advocated the principles of the St Louis agreement and supported the Alliance candidates in 1SOO the delegates to meet in tlie city of Cincin nati Ohio on Monday the vWrJ of February 1801 for purport of forming a National Colon partv based upon fundJimwiital idtas of ISnancc transportation Inboi1 and hum in liiu further ance of tin work already begun by those organ and rvparaiory for a unitod struggle forcountrv and home in the jreat political con flict now that must who in this country is sovereign the or the dollar BLAINK AND THE PRESIDENCY One piHis Friends Says Pie Will Not Bo a Candidate NEW YonK Dec Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Scries Congressman Amos Townseucl Ohio who is jit the Fifth Avenuo Hotel does not think Mr Blaino is in the Prasiilotitiivl raco Ho said in a conversation today I wish to pierce the Elaine bubble right hero Bluine is a rkiicl of mine and I admire hhu very much He is not a candidate for the Presi dency He told mo so himself 1 had a lung conversation with him ono day and he said that he had been a candidate sev eral times and failed of nomination When he did got it he was defeated and bethought thai was enough IIis ambition ho added wns to fulfill the duties of Secretary of Stats in a way that would reflect credit upon tho country and himself Ho has tired of tho political ex citement involved in a Presidential race I believe Mr Blame and while ho is popular and his reciprocity ideas have heon hailed with expressions of approval everywhere I do not 1hink the sirou voice the polit ical maiden will change him from his resolution not lo become a Worked By Democratic Senators N Dec Representative Swennoy of Jowa today sent the following telegram to Representative Pick lor of South Uakotn who is at the meeting of tiie Farmers Alliance at Oca la I am informed that emotions to pro euro the passage by your assembly of a resolu tion opposing tlio election bill was telegraphed from the on pi tol here to Florida by Democratic Senators several hours before the resolution was reported to your Sweeney while duclininn to give the names of the Senators al luded to expressed readiness to testify boCorn any committee desiring to investigate the matter The New Hampshire Legislature CONCORD N Deo The specia session of the Legislature was adjourned hy Governor Goodell today The regular ses sion begins tho last Wednesday of thlt month Dana for the Senate NKW YOHK Dec this morn ins comos out in favor oE Charles Dans as the successor to Bvarts in tho Senate THE SITUATION AT BOISE SKNATORIAjrV iPIOHT BEGINS TO GROW Tho Main Fiffht Is Against Delamar IH fffow a noil Claims the Democratic Votes BOISE CITY Idaho Doo to all the members of tho Legislature have now arrived The Sena tors willprobably bo elected not later than Wednesday of next week Sinco my last dispatch bho programme has boen changed and the indications now are that Frank Fenn of Idaho county will he Speaker of the Houso and Wells of Kootenai President pro tcm of the Senate There will be no de luy in organizing either House The contest for the Sonatorshlp Is quite animated Each candidate has opened headquarters and is receiving friendsand making a strong fight It Is now certain that oxDelegate Dubois has as many votes as all the other Republican delegates com bined The main tight however isagainst him Governor Sharp is kept busy with the affairs of state while his brother James Sharp who is Senator Oounhy Is representing the taking caro of his Senatorial interests Judge Olaggett and the Shoshono county delegation arrived last night has united support of the Shoshonc county delegation of six members The people of Shoshone county are unquestionably irr favor of OlagKCtt and Dubois and the dele gation from will no doubt respect tho wishes of thuir constituents aud support these Rentlomen In the order named MoConnell has the united support ol tho Latnh oouotiy delegates six members In cluding throe joint friends claim that he will tiavo the entire Demo cratic vote in addition to his Republican strength Captain Dclamat who was pledged for Shoup and Dubois and jvas nominated and elected with tne understanding that he would support these gentlemen open candidate He will get one vote that of Mr Hawkins of his own county It Is thought that Delaraars candidacy la in the interest of McDonnell There will be no clashing as the friends of Shoup and Du bois seem fully determined to allow North Idaho and to unite on a It is rumored tbat this may be accom plished in person of Mr Heyburn who is much more popular with the South Idaho members thaneither of the other North Idaho candidates mentioned Idaho unite on a man there Is scarcely a doubt that he will Delnraater9 Bank Fails PTTTSBUBG Dec is reported here that Delamaters bank at Meadville Penn sylvania has failed George W Delamater late Republican candidate lor Gov ernor is president of the institution Tho suspension caused a profound sensa tion The Do Lamaters have heretofore enjoyed the entire ol the busi ness public Recent rumors concerning them were treated as emanations from po litical The hcpo is expressed that the suspension will be temporary PHILADELPHIA Deo Treasurer Eoyer conlirrus the report that the banking heuse ol Delmater at had on deposit ol the States funds but added that the deposit was covered by bond A Shell Exploded LONDON Dee explosion of a shell In the shellfilling rooms of theAdmiralty powder magazine as Guoport shook the bar racks One man was killed and two injured Cork Factories Idle LISBON Deo The cork factories in Algarve are Since the new Tariff law went into effect inthe UnitedStates exports of manufactured cork to that country have ceased Must Gamble at 5 It is reported tliatthe Czar has to enter Monaco on account of the ruin brought toiniiuy wealthy Russian i families the v hat trim dustry here for Is brokjeh b j ooo on both sidoa THEY WILL DIE FI6HTIH6 The Hostilcs Relate Their Grievances to Father Jute A FALSE CENSUS ENUMERATION The Great Father Intends to Starve Them and They Will Make the Bloodiest Fight of Many Conference in the Bad Lands PIJTE RIDOE AGENCY S Dec cial to Father Jure the Catholic priest who a few clays ago at the request of General visited the IJad Lands to talk wiih the hostile Indians returned to day accompanied by Jack Red Cloud son of the famous chief Do reached the hos Lile camp on Friday last When within twelve miles o it wero halted by In dians and held until a runner could be dis patched to camp They were given per mission to cuter and in after noon a council was hold between Father Jute arid tho Indian chiefs The priest asked tho chiefs to state their grievances against the Government Tho spokesman in ntply said tho Indians were starving and that this was due to the un just returns of the census enumerators The food would be distributed said the Indian orator according to this enumeration As a result the Indians nuisD starve cried Chief Two Strike who acted as spokesman the Groat Father is going to lay a trap for us in this way wo will have one biff feast the starving time coined Then wo will fight the last light It will bo the bloodiest tight tho white man has known for many moons We know where one soldier is killed ten soldiers will hiring up but when it comes to thiu that we must die fighUng or die starving wo will fight and thon go to tho happy him ling grounds whoru our Messiah will give us all the food we Continuing his speech TwoStrike said the had been cheated of their lands when tho new boundary line was made be tween the Rosebud and Pine Ridge agencies The Groat Father had broken tho agree ments he made in the treaty and could no longer be believed Other chiefs also spoke saying that though the Great Father had broken his word tbey had not broken theirs They had given thoir word that they would light they would keep their promise Tho chiefs admitted that they had dono wrong but declared that they would not lay down their rifles with a prospect of being punished Father Tuto appealed to his dusky audi tors in a fervent speech to avoid bloodshed iHid try tf settle tho difllculty by a peace able conference He proposed that the lead ing chiefs accompany him to see General Brooke tomorrow and talk the matter over This produced an excited discussion be tween tho older and younger members of tho tribe tho favoring and tho latter bitterly opposing tho proposition OD tho priests solemn promise that they should not bo harmed the chiefs agreed to call at the priests housetomorrow and go with him to see the general AN OXFORD OUTRAGE Freshmen From Their Beds to Celebrate High OXFORD Dec San Francisco Chronicle College lately the scene of a serious outbreak among the undergraduates A party of fifteen or sixteen young men sot out in masquerading costume tho leader being dressed as a bishop with a mitre and crosier and all tho paraphernalia peculiar to the olhco Among others there was ono nun two acplytes with censers and incense while the balance wore surplices All bore a sanctimonious and highly mock decorous look and semblance They marched in pro cession and carried cups containing large doses of whisky and water while a number of biscuits comprised the dietary portion of the escapade tho whole being covered with a white cloth The masqucraders wont the rounds of tho college battering open doors and forcing their way into the bedrooms of freshmen When they had dragged out a suffi cient number of victims and gathered them together in their scant night dresses the masqueraders proceeded to celebrate high mass and forced their victims to go through the ceremony to its smallest detail urging them thereto with cutting blows from switches or sticks The victims wera forced to drink quantities of whisky and gorge themselves with biscuits Many were compelled by fear of further blows to eat and drink far beyond their comfortable capacity The party then broke up but five partici pants Avent to the room of a fellowstudent who had as yet not been disturbed and dragged him out of bod stripped his night shirt from him tore It into shreds and then carried him into the court where they tied him to a tree and loft him stark naked until morning Tho outraged men acting on the advice of some of tho more substan tial college men applied to tho authorities for redress the names of the ag gressors The deans after hearing tho case decided that tho charge of blasphemy was not proven but the forcing of their way into the mens rooms was pronounced to be a brutal outrage and pun ishments were dealt out accordingly The punishment dealt out was tho sending of two men down for good two more restricted and others were gated for one of two terms Tho majority in the college however de clareagainst the informers and still more againstthose who counseled them to lay information before the acuity Stanleys Darkest NEW YORK Dec TRIBUNE Dispatch San Francisco Clironiclo Nearly five hundred people last night waded through slush on the pavements of Fifth avenue that was as deep as the mire In the morasses of darkest Africa to listen to Henry M Stanley deliver at Oh icfieriug hall his lecture on the full story of the rear guard In that lecture it was expected that ilr Stanley would tell from his standpoint the story of Major Barttelot and refute tho recent charges brought by that officers family against himself Mr Stanley endeav ored to do and so far as was in his power did It ably and eloquently That part of his lecture was frequently interrupted by hearty applause Destitution in Nebraska ST Louis Doc Secretary Morgan of the Merchants Exchange here has re ceived an appeal for aid from the Ladies Aid Society of Paxton Keith county Neb In tho appeal it is stated as a con of the failure of crops that the country people destitute Clothing boots and shoes and money are needed and the ladies appeal to for aid to assist the settlers the hard winter A Railroad Thief Captured Dec 5 Another daring railroad robbery committed In the south of Prance The thief attack with a uiife upon a passeriscer1inone the After seizing bis money and ralua 3lesfie jumped from the train train topped and after a long chase ANCIENT DiutTlES UNEARTHED Important Archaeological Discoveries Made in India LONDON Doo Tin RUSTS Pan Francisco Chronicle pio of Allahabad reports an archaeological discovery of some importance Ht Maheswar in Singapore district Some children while playing among tho ruins then unearthed two beautiful groups of statuary out from hard black basaltic stone found near Gya Both represent mythological deities with features of tho GracoBuddhisUc type The central figure stands on a lotus and Its four hands grasp a club a v heel the lotus and a couch On tho head is a tiara throe inches in hight which with earrings neck lace bracelets chain and sacred thread arc rendered with a wonderful de gree of delicacy and finish To tho right and left stand tho figures of Laluml the goddess of wealth and Suraswati who patronized learning each ten inches In night Round the central group aro soven minor deities armed with bows and arrows and riding on horses and elephants The entablature is surmounted by tho head of Avular known as Nrisingha The second piece of carving is smaller and the workmanship though good is not equal to iliat of tho other group It is six teen inches high twenty inches broad and six inches dorp and represents the Paupanfe Goddess Uisrory and tradition aro alike silent us to tho origin of these curious relics Tho keenest was caused by the discovery among iho Hindoo population Apart from the intrinsic value of the carv ings which is considerable they arti objects of worship During vheir temporary sojourn at the local police station they were visited by crowds and smothered with sweut oils and flowers GLADSTONE AND THE IRISH POLITICS IS THE HOUSE A Member From Kansas Discusses the Farmers Alliance Cyclone SOME DEMOCRATIC PENSION FIGURES How Brecklnridsre Would Handle the Pension Appropria tion Bin Passed Bill Debate in the Senate TILE LTBKHA S T1IK ASSUKASCKS SAT A Now Committee ppof for KxirMior Now Pleads Xot Guilty in tlio OSlioa Matter LONDON Deo Sexton Healy Loamy and the two whips Power and Deasy with the exception of Paruell being ail tho committee appointed at yes terdays meeting to confer with Gladstone drove to his residence this afternoon All tho members of the committee except the whips entered the houso Tho conference was purely private Ton minutes before tho arrival of the Irish delegation Morloy Sir William Yernou llarcourt Earl Spencer and Earl Granville whohad boon conferring with Gladstone took their departure Tho conference with tho Irish committee lasted au liour and upon its conclusion the delegates returned to the room in the House of Commons iu which the proceedings of the Nationalists were being held Tho assur ances given by Gladstone to tho delegates fully satisfy a majority of tho Nationalists Ho will make a genuine attempt to doal with the constabulary and land questions to the satisfaction of the Irish people Gladstone declined to accept Parnolls suggestion that he summon Morloy and Sir William Vernou Harocurt to receive a joint delegation of tho two of the Irish party lie insisted that if ho received them the arrangements should bo at his own dis cretion The Irish whips today acting for thoIrish party requested Gladstone to un conditionally receive delegates Leamy and Redmond representing Parnell and Sexton and Healy representing PainelTs oppo nents To this Gladstone consented Tho colleagues of the Liberal leader wore not present at tho meeting Their attendance was considered unnecessary Gladstone hav ing consulted them prior to the interview Gladstone at the meeting with tho Irish delegates in no way pledged himself nor did ho use language importing that ho was able himself to define tho course that the Liberal party would adopt iu the position in which it was placed Gladstone gave the Irish delegates a cor dial reception He discussed tho whole position of the Liberals tho present politi cal situation and the possible effect of Par nells retention of the Irish leadership on tho Liberal party Morley was present at the conference and when it was over he re mained in conference with Gladstone Sub sequently ho told the reporters that Glad stone did not intend to publish anything re garding tho meeting Tho delegates were reluctant to give any particulars re garding tho interview which they regarded as strictly confidential When pursuant to adjournment the meeting of the party to consider the question of PameHs leadership reas sembled at noon there a full repre sentation of the party present It was an nounced that the committee appointed to wait on Gladstone had not returned from their mission and an adjournment was taken until 4 oclock pending their arrival When the members reassembled a reso lution was adopted empowering four dele gates to negotiate with Gladstone In con nection with the question relativeto the constabulary and difficulty It Is understood that Gladstone suggested this course with a view to placing the negotia tions which follow tho conference which took place today between himself and tho TrJMi delegation on an footing The meeting then adjourned until 9 oclock tonight Healy and Sexton antlParnell members of the delegation are satisfied with the re sult of the Interview with Gladstone The Liberal leader gave no definite promise re garding the points submitted butsaid suffi cient in their opinion to justify a majority of the Irish party In considering his assur ances satisfactory Before appointing the committee of four the meeting rescinded Clancys amendment approved yesterday It is surmised that this action was taken at the request of Gladstone In order to permit a new basis for negotiations Tho meeting then1 ad journed until tomorrow the evening ses sion being abandoned Parneirs Tardy NEW YOHK Dec JYooahas received the following from its Dublin cor respondent Thomas Sherlock On authority which I have good reason to con sider excellent I make the statement that Par nell has assured at least two members of the Irish Parliamentary party the charge mido against him by Captain Oshea was utterly without foundationin fact that he looks forward to the near time wlujn he will be able to prove as much with good results to the Irish cause Lam person ally acquainted with the two gentlemen named to inc and indeed I know themwell enough to be able to say offhand that for political reasons j they would follow Parndl to the end even if they were satisfied that there were blemishes on his private character These two members of the Irish Parliamentary party are convinced that Tarnell is only biding his own time to vindicate himself at the precise moment when his vindica tion will have more efluct in WASHINGTON DRO 5 In Cutchcon of Michigan called up the Senate joint resolution authorizing tho Secretary ol War to issue a thousand stand of arms to each of the States of North and South j kota Wyoming and Nebraska On motion j of Carter Montana was Inchidod In i the provisions of tho joint resolution which was then passed On motion of Morrow tho 138 nays into Committee of the Whole on tho Pension Appropriation bill Outhwaito Ohio referred to ycsterdajnS talk about tho Commissioner of and criticised the conduct of that officer in the recent campaign Culuaecu suggested that Commissioner Black had taken part in a Congressional election Outhwalto replied that If Commtssionor Black had dono such things as Kaum had nlohe he should have been brought to justice for it He proceeded to reproach the with shirking its duty i Arguing that tho pending bill would show a de ficiency of over tin wo millions siiid A few months ago ho had stood en this tlooniiul declared thai RepublJcfim refusing 1or to appropriate within fortylive millions of the amount required for pensions under the existing law This decliiniiion was utmost substantiated by tho fact that the Cuminissionor now came asking for it leiSciency ol and a half million Uockery branclied Into a discussion of the gentnil iinuncinl of tho country presenting tables to show thai there will be a dtIlcinncv luly 1st of over thirtyseven and a half millions He said this did not include any deilciency for the fiscal years IbOL or 1892 except the jiension delloienuv Bieckinridge of Kentucky said this not a question as to whether the present Commissioner lind taken part in tlie recent campaign or whether the former Commissioner was guilty of the charges made against him Tho point was that tin probabilities are that within seven years there will he a million pensioners on tho rolls who will bd paid annually Tlio first necessity wos to the question frankly by adequate appropriations The second to ap point a eommutoo to investigate the bureau thoroughly huve tlie list revised and strike out unworthy pensioners Third to transfer tho bureau to the War Department and take itoutot the domain of politics Here were a people stag gering under a burdmi that had so distressed them they were seeking new alliances Let Congress meet the matter frankly Paters made exhaustive ixrgumeiit to show the appropriation carried by tho bill was amply sufficient The Democratic party always Hooded with tears in behalf of the sol diers when it was out of power but when it was in power it was quite a different thing The party was endeavoring tochibrUco the movement He conceded thiu tlie party in Kansas had rua against this movement and received a black eye hut the time was coming when the cyclone would strike the Democratic States The Repub lican party would revive because truth crushed to earth would rise lie wauled the Fiftysecond Congress to pass a subtreasury bill a free coinage bill and a ser vice pension hill and unless his Democratic friends would do all that they would llnd the wave of the Farmers A Iliance would wipe them from tho face of the eurih Higgs made a brief and har monious speech in the interest of an increased appropriation which would prevent a deficiency being thrown upon the Democratic created hearty laughter when in conclusion ho ejaculated Ask the people of California xvbo stands foremost among them VV Morrow or Miinon Hings and the answer will be Biggs by 5000 In concluding the debate Morrow California argued thai the amount carried by the bill wao all it not more than all tliat would bo required by the Pension JJureau during the coming year On motion of Dockery an amendment wai adopted providing that no agent or attorney shall demiind receive or be allowed any compen sation on uny claim for an increase of pension on account of increase of disabililty It is esti mated that this will save live millions to pension within the next three years Springer oflered an amendment increasing to the appropriation There no ex cuse he said for the Republican Houseto make inadequate appropriations and throw de ficiency on the Democratic House The amend ment was lost C5 to 129 After further debate the Committee tho bill was passed and the House juljotirned Son ate WApniNCToy Dec the Senate Stanford introduced a bill to provide the Government with means siifilcient to supply Uie National want of a sound circulation medium and asked that it io on the table staling would hereafter sub mit remarks upon it After some unimportant business the election bill was taken up and Gray addressed the Senate in opposition Uray said the bill was fought with the greatest danger to the futuro prosperity of the wiioJe country in that it menaced the liberties of the people of all the States Spealc inKOf the Southern States Gray referred to tho imnrovement of affairs there since the recon period and asked why fihould they bo interfered with lie particularly attacked the domicilary clause providing that the supervisor may make a house to lit use visitation to inquire names nationality etc Snootier him to say ibat clause had been stricken out by commiueo Grav replied that it was in tbo bill a Hoar that it was in by mistake considerable desultory discussion Mor a resolution which weatover calling on the for a stutemeut ot tho panics and dates of appointment ot chief f election now in office m each judicial disirict Adjourned TME TIN PJjATE INDUSTRY Jf The Argentine Griild Prejnlnm BUENOS tonis today Endorsed by Kansas City KANSAS Irish Ameri cans at a meeting last night resolu tions of confidence in Paruell and denounc ing the attempt to degrade him An Omaha Editor Assaulted OMAHA Dec to E 0 dramJitic editor of the Bee was assaulted by two footpads at 8 oclock tonight in front of his Twen tysixth street betweenCapitol avenue and Dodge choked and badly cut about witha The robbers were frightened anything A Bell Telephone Jrop 1 BOSTON Dec f Bell tele phone stock fdecljnea trom 206 to iai and closed at 1U on considerable sales There ris no newsrto affectxthe that people sold it to obtain A Tremendous Boom for It All Over the Country PITTSBURG Dec Dli Francisco Chronicle Seiners Brothers manufacturers of stamped tinware in Brooklyn placed an order today with Lewis Brothers engineers of this city for machinery and all necessaryequip ments for a tin plate mill to bo established in Brooklyn at as early a date as possible The amount of inoooy to be invested la tlio enterprise is Charles prfsidentof the Iron and Steel said today that his company double the capacity of its plant and would manufacture tinned plate in tho early spring fle said that au order for 1000 tons ot block sheet for a New York firm had been refused because they in time New Yorkers make tinned plate out of them he said by eoatinjt them with r Construction and mechanical this city report inquiries for estimates on tin plate mill equipments from sexreriil places Several contracts forthe equip merit of mills have been signed within the pastten days The mills are projected r contracts have been signed for niachinerx and equipments for tinned plate for Lou is Stamping Company at cago for the v Deniler for Tin Plate Company aud at the Apollo Qth or firms receiving plants are James B Scott plant located company panyis capital of f f Tk 1 AM   

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