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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE TRIBUNE is the only Sevenday Paper published be tween Denver and San Fran cisco and contains the only Complete Telegraph Service in the Rocky Mountains f THE TRIBUTSnE is delivered by carrier to all parts of the city at 25 cents per week Monday edition included Telephone No VCXL XXXX THE KAISER A HIGHROLLER SALT LAKE CITY TJTAS TUESDAY lie Spends His Grandfathers Savings With a Lavish HE ALSO QUARRELS WITH HIS MAMMA The Emperor Enjoys the of in the Antilnrnell for New N Deo Francisco Chronicle Series have boon widely circulated for some time past tho Kaisers pernonal finances have been hopelessly involved by his own reek loss expenditures and It has oven beoc re ported that hr has had to borrow marks from a banker Ilorr Von Bloiohradcr on his note of hand These reports wo all rubbish OKI William for many yoirs expended scarcely onenaif his official income and was ublo tx leave to Emperor Fndorlok and indirectly to the present Emperor nearly marks In ready cash This amount the young KaLser has Khown a disposition to spend in rebuilding and riifltting his castles and Improving his estate and ho has already succeeded in getting rid of a good dual of thin accumu lated treasure Tho Berlinors and Germans who have never known a monarch anltle from the Illfated Lmdwlg of Bavaria to spend money with a hand were horrorstricken by tho apparent recldusw neBBOf their young Kmporor though this very lavlHluiuss helped to fill their own colYern They ovon hinted at approaching bankruptcy but not tho slightest cause for alarm The Kmporor hlmaajf Is adopt at tlRureb and his HnancoH aro kopt in perfect order by thb inlulator of tho royal household Tho fact is the Kalaar llvos up to his dignity Indeed ho bus expensive tastes and doarly loves display In thla spirit It was that ho ordered a now crown to bo made for him when he ascended the throne though ho said at tho time that ho might novor wear it aa It would probably give htm the hoadaoho Tho Kalsor is by no moans tho Invalid that some Imaginative journalists would havous bollcivo I had an opportunity of verifying this on the occasion of tho parade In honor of tho grand e ootor tho other day Among the guards who took purt In tho ceremony tho Emperor was alone in appear ing without his groat coat in spite of tho IDs face was ruddy his voice was clear strong and ringing and his move ments wore full of life and vigor Tho Kmporor Boomed anxious to avoid recognizing fcho presence of his mother TQm Frederick who stood ou tho balcony of her clothod lu black and widows wofidft Tlio latest OHtrangfmiont between inothur and son is doubtless owing to tho attempts of tho former to jwttMime thoolllolal duty of the reigning Etnprons during her ap proaching confinement Emperor grout speoch Thursday on found an echo In every capital in Europb but It would bo difficult to glvo an idoa of thosonsatlon it has caused in Germany It amounts to a sweeping con demnation of olasslcal education and has oroatod n fooling of consternation hi tho ranks of oldfushloncd ttohoolHmon Oou Htirvatlvo newspapers dumfuunded but admit that the last vestiges of the auoiorib rygimo havo boon thrown overboard whllo tho organs of tho Liberal Progressist and Froislnnlgo parties laud tho aa tho most farsoolng of contemporary sovereigns IN THE COMMONS Tho AntiPnrnellites Attend and Are In Excellent LONDON Deo Tho antlParnolHto members of the Commons mado an early appearance In tho llonse Thlrtyono entered tho ohambur in a body and took tho principal places in tho llrst four benches below tho gangway with a view to prevent the from occupying their usual seats Colonel Nolan and John Deaay entered In lev and contrived to secure seats rarnoHs seat hacl also boon reserved ho having an earlier hour aflixod a ticket to it Jloaly arrived later than his colleagues When he entered betook Ilvrnolls seat but McCarthy warned him to vacate Tho party appeared in excellent spirits They ahoerwi loudly when antiParnolllto idvanced to tho speakers chalrjnnd moved to Issuo a writ for a now election in North Kilkenny to till tho vacancy in tho House cautHXl by tho death of Edward M urn in Tho writ was Issued McCarthy amid tho cheering of his sup porters gave notice that upon the reassem bling of tho Houso he would call attention to the circumstances In connection with the racont arrest and prosecution of Dillon and ORripn and would move a resolution in relation to tho ease William Henry Smith Government loader announced that when tho Houso went into commltcoo on tho Land Purchase bill ho would move an adjournment until Januury 2nd Balfonr moved tho second roadln of the Land Department Ireland bill Healy movod to adjourn debate on ground that the Government was treating the House with contempt iu uot explaining tho provisions of tho bill Balfour3 Irish Kullef bill which asks an appropriation of to enable hLm to sup ply seed potatoes to distressed farmers passed the third reading Tho motion by Healy was defeated and the bill passed the second reading Parnell and all the other Irish uiombers voted against it The Church and Public Affairs ROME Deo Cardinal Rampolla papal Secretary of State has written a letter in regard to Cardinal Lavlgeries rooont dec larations in tavor of a republican form of government saying tho Roman Catholic Ohnroh is not inimical to any form of gov ernment Tho Church applied itself before all else to Uio progress of religion and therefore thinks it is right for the laithful to participate in public affairs when such action Is demanded by tho Interests of ro Gold for Now York LONDON Dec 8 It Is stated that 000 iu gold will bo shipped from London to Now York this week for the assistance of the bunks there It is doubtful If any as sistance will be sent by fcho Bank of France The Dutch Queen Recent Tns HAGUE Deo Queen Regent Emma today took tho oath of otllco KinR Milan at London LONDON Deo King Milan of Sorvia has arrived Hawaii an Annexation SAN FrtANcrsco Deo A special dis patch from Washington published here this morning intimated thivt the real object of King KtUakauas visit to this country was to open negotiatipna for tho annexation of Hawaii by the United States Colonel McFarland the Kinds chamberlain denies the truth of the statement but on the other hand interviews are printed with a number rf Hawailans resident In this city their belief that tbwa ia some ground for DISTRESS IN OKLAHOMA The Winter Weather Will Gauge Much Suffering WTCIHTA Dis Francisco Chronicle Snow has been falling all day in Oklahoma and tho surrounding Indian Territory and now lies from six to twelve inches deep Such Inclement weather was entirely un lookeo for and it catches the settlers nn prepured Great numbers of the people are In almost destitute circumstances and a cold winter will work terrible havoc among them The Government appropriation for tho relief of the destitute was expended sorno time ago and the Territorial Govern ment has little wherewith to aid anyone In many cases the fathers are working In the towns or on farms in Texas and Southern Kansas for means with which to feed their wivesand children loft to hold the claims und in case of a continuance of the snow and tho probable iiapassabllity of roads dire aulloriug if not actual starvation threatens miuy of those women and chil dren Word comes from Kingfisher El Kono Noble and other places that relief parties aro already forming wltb a view to succor ing the women known to be living on claims S H H CLARK SELECTED TItK NEW GKNJSRAI MANAGER OF TKK UNION PACIFIC H W Holoorob YklII Be His The TJ no E Prom to of It Nurvf YORit Deo a mooting tho Executive Committee of tlio Union Pacific today appointed S H II Clark now gen eral manager of tho Missouri Pacific as general manager of tho Union Pacific At a mooting later of the Union PacIQcBoard of Directors Clark will bo elected vicoprosl dont H W Holcomb present general manager ban hoMi mado assistant to Clark Clark will retain charge of tho operating depart ment of tho Missouri Pacific but receive the holpof an assistant general manager who has not yet boon decided upon U P INDEBTEDNESS Mr Gould Promises to Talco Care of the Flouting Debt BOSTON Doc Amos of tho Union Pacific says in an Interview Tho floating debt of tho Union Pacific was fully explained Is last years report It has ocen roducod tho past year by and is now about Mr Gould knew all about tho floating debt when ho entered the directory arid has discovered nothing new about it Ho agreed to take care of aud Jiaa provided for the January 1st merits which are loss than Mr Gould expressed great satisfaction at tho appearance of everything in connection with tho property Ho has no moro idea of a ro ooiverahlp for the property than I have for tho Ames building T do not know of any scheme tor funding tho Unlou Pacific debt Wo can easily pay It whentho railroad bond market PARNELLITES AND HEALYITES HOME KULK OVERSHADOWED TJUiS iPAOTiONAL FIG1IT Hoth Stdos IHKUO rmr luill Will Soad MiHulon t Tlpporwry IN JUnx Too response to tho call Issued by Justin McCarthy loader nf tho antlParnollite section of tho Irish party all moinbors of tho party opposed to Parnoll anyomblod today to furthor consider tho lino of policy to bo adopted Copies of tho call wore addressed to Parnoll and his sup but none of thorn wcro present A council composed of eight members Messrs Abraham Dillon lloaly Arthur OConnor Thomas Power OConnor Sexton und Sheohy was appointed to assist Mc Cnrthy in deciding tho future action of thti party Tho mooting was presided over by McCarthy An adjournment to 2 oclock to morrow was then taken Hoforo acljounilng tho mooting unani mously authorized McCarthy to prepare an address to tlio Irish people at homo and abroad In this he will glvo tho prosont nspeut of tho Irish question and outline tho future policy of tho party Parnoll goes to Ireland tomorrow Tlo will deliver tin address to Dublin Thursday and afterwards proceed to Cork Longford and Gran ard Tho Healy Gaelic Athletic Association has adopted a resolution requesting Healy to abandon his present position and sup port Parnoll William OBrien sent a cablo dispatch to Paniall today appealing to him to suggest some way by which Ireland might bo saved from destruction Parnoll replied It is now too lato to rescue tho soceders from ftoin their false position I shall be glad to consult with you on your arrival in Eu Parnoll has sent a dispatch to Milwaukee au offer of for ono blind red lectures Parnell will send a mission to tho United States to place before the American people his side of A PLEA FOR RECONCILIATION Freemans Journal Advises a Con Terence in France Dec Freemans Journal In which Parnell ia understood to have an interest advocates on Its own responsibility without recommending to either side that efforts be muUe by the factions of tho Irish party hi the direction of conciliation and poaeo It urges Dillon and OBrien to return from lie United States to Paris forthwith aud that all Nationalists or dele gates from oaoh section of the party assem ble iu that city During the coming week Parnell will make addresses at Dublin Cork Limerick and Wat or ford The Tlpperary Town Commissioners have adopted a resolution declaring that they havo lost confidence in ParuoU His English Career Cloned LONDON Dec Cork Examiner says Parnells English career is closed The Ernminiv thinks Farnell has overrated his ability to secure tho return of men to Parlia ment to take the of the members who oppose his leadership Parnell will bo accompanied com ing tonr through Ireland by tho most active or his followers Before his departure from England for Ireland he willissue amani festo to the people oC the latter country which will be signed by his supporters A Western Presidents Meeting NKW Yoax Deo Pierpont Morgan has fient a telegraphic Invitation to the presidents of all railroads west to house In thiscity on the 15th for the purpose of railroad situation with a view to renew ing the pres idents Ryan Summoned to WiMhthfcton KANSAS Deo 8 Min ister Ryan to Mexico passed through the city today for Washington De sutnicnoned to the capital by tho Secretary of State foisomo reasoriiunknown to himself He depied the contemplated PLATFORMOF THE FARMERS A Warm Discussion Over the M Treasnry Scheme A TARIFF REDUCTION DEMANDED They Also Want Free Silver Coinage and Increased At tempt to Reconsider tho Election Bill Convention Adjourns OCAJOA Deo 8 Early In the after noon session of the Farmers Alliance the financial policy of the order came up for discuasion under the report of the Commit tee on Legislation It contained the follow ing amended An abolition of National banks and the establishment of subtreasuries in the several tolwn money clireut to tho people at a ruti of interest nofto exceed two cent per jiDiimn on noiiperislmbie farm products and real estate uiuier proper limitations upon the quantity of luud mid mriouiitof money thai the amount of circulating medium be speedily in inureuswlto not loss than ij50 pur capita Congress shall pass laws to effectu ally prevent dealing in futures on all agricultural and mechanical productions preserving astrin gent system of procedure in trials to secure tho prompt conviction of ollenders with such penal ties as filiall secure the compliance with the law Condemns the Silver bill recently passed and demands free and unlimited coinage of silver Demands the passage oC laws prohib Hi alieu ownership ol laud and that Congress take prompt action to dovisn sonio plan to obtain all lands owned by aliens ami foreign and that all lands held by raikoiids juid other corpoiaiioiiK in excess of what is actually used and iHudiid by tniun oe reclaimed nud held 1or settlers fil V Ueiieviny in tho doctrine of equal rights to all lUid privileges to none wo demand that our National legislation be so framed in the future as not to buildup one industry at the ex pense of another We further demand tho re moval ol the existing heavy tariff tax from the necessaries of life that the poor of our land must pay AVe further demand a just and equitable system of graduated tax on income beliovyi the money of the country should bo kept as much as possible in tho hands of the people and we de mand thi tall the National and State revonues be limited to the necessary expenses of the Gov ernmont economically aiid honestly adminis tered Sixth We demand tho most rigid honest and just State and Natioua control and supervision of menus of public and trans portation and If this control does not remove the abuse now existing wo demand Government ownership of such means of communication and transportation A spirited debate followed the introduc tion of the Lo ucks of South Dakota offered an amend ment to strike out the word farm before products hut after some discussion changed It to road mercantile instead of Davis of Kentucky offered a long amend ment and speeches for and against these amendments wont on for a long time President Hall of the Missouri Alliance declares himself uncompromisingly opposed to lie subtreasury plaul It is unconsti tutional and it is directly opposed to the principles of the order It Is unjust and in equitable uid would bring financialihiii to the farmer and all other classes of have and is now having the effect of drawing the minds of the farmers and others from the greatest curse of tlus age class legislation In conclusion ho said if such a step were taken it would destroy the order In Missouri in less than nirmty days Congressmenelect Simson of Kansas Clark of Texas and others favored the sub treasury plan The amendment of Livingston that tho amount In circulation Khali not bo loss than per capita was agreed to Many other speeches for and against the SubTreasury scheme wore made and the vote finally taken resulted in its adoption of the demands set forth abovo by a vote of 90 to 79 At tho afternoon session of South Dakota movod to reconsider the vote by which tho Alliance protested fche passage of tho Election bill stating his reason to bo a footing tlrtit the protest would retard tho progress of tho Alliance in the North and West Ou motion of Hall Wardens motion was laid on the 5fi to 32 There was considerable excited discussion over tho matter The States voting with WardoU were Texas Indiana Michigan Pennsylvania South and North Dakota There was a divided vote in tho delegation from Arkansas Missouri West Virginia Florida and Kansas Delegate Oarr of North Carolina pre sented a memorial to Congress heartily ap proving and askIng tho passage of the Pad dock PureFood bill and emphatically pro testing against the passage of known as the Conger Lard bill which is denounced as a measure tending toward moro taxation and unjust discrimination against tho cot ton seed oil of the South and baef fat of tho West sectional legislation against which industrial movement declares increasing hostility The memorial was unanimously adopted At the night session a resolution was passed urging the establishment of a postal sayings bank Just before adjournment Buchanan of Tennessee took occasion to warmly denounce those hiid furnished informa tion to representatives as knaves11 and After passing the customary resolutions of thanks the National Alliance at 1 oclock Tuesday morning adjourned The SubTrpastiry bill as It now stands in Congress does not include provision for loans on laud but this feature does not ap poar in1 tho formal demand today Tho National Board of Trade ORLEANS Deo The annual con vention of the National Board of Trade opened in the Chamber of Commerce of this city Frederick Frakley of Philadelphia who has been president of the organization since 1864 was unable to be present At the election of officers he was reelected A number of committee reports were read The report of the Committee on Kepresentation shows that there are now commercial bodies in tho country comprising members Tho committee recommendsthat tho National Board should be first in tho field of gathering statistics on all questions affecting commerce and industry which are now collected by National In South Dakota PVERRE S Deo LieutenantGov ernov Fletcher confirms the reports of des titution In South Dakota ttnd declares the boomers nfe trying to conceal the facts Hei says In seven counties on account of the loss of crops through cl rou gKt for the three years tho farmers are destitute and will starve unless aided Aidtis being con tributed bytliecitizeiis of the State but be thinks u general appeal should be made TJ P Firemens Grievances OMAHA Dec Special TRIBUNE The central board of adjustment of the Union Pacific system will meet in speciaf session Cy The has been called to consider a number of grievances between ithe company the tiiemen Isb toj consider the con acts under wliiofi firemen7 are road 6pp08edLtO Siindoy CHICAGO Dec The are decidedl THE BOY MURDERER Trial of a Totally Depraved Tooth at Cheyenne CHBTTWNE Dec to TRIBUNE trial of Chas Miller the 15 yearold boy who murdered the young St Joe men Fisnbaugh and Emerson in a box car near here September is on in the District Court So far testimony corrobor ative of the boys confession tothe murder is all tho evidence introduced He shot tho two men while they slept One died instantly The other lived several hours with a terrible wound in his right temple Miller left the freight and followed his victims to Cheyenne on a passenger train He left town next day going to his brothers at Manhattan Kansas Ho was there just two weeks when he told the horrible story of the cowardly double murder The young men killed had grown up in St Joe and were respectable citizens of good families They resigned responsible posi tions to come West and started tramping with a common purse of S150 For this money Miller who joined them on tho road planned their assassination and did the murder His court demeanor is a quite Unconcerned air He is a being with no idea of moral mother died when he was born and his father was o saloonkeeper who suicided nine years ago The boy was sent to an orphan asylum and then bound to a farmer in Minnesota and next to a farmer in Kansas He proved utterly incorrigible running away at every opportunity There is no claim that he is insane The plan of his counsel is to allow a conviction and then move for a pardon Tho courtroom is crowded Among tho spectators are tho father and mother of Emerson one of the young GORMANS DEEP CONCERN THE COUNTRY TO UUIK AT A BA LD PACJE Ho the Senate Ought to Engage In Heltor BHSIIIOHS Tbuu Consuleratloii of an Election Bill WASHINGTON Doc 8 In the Sbnate Jones offered a resolution which went over calling on tho AttorneyGeneral for information as to the supervisors of election appointed for the First and Second Congres sional districts of Arkansas for the Con gressional election of November 4th the sums paid out and called for in connection with the election or with tho proceedings sincethe election etc Casey offered a resolution which was re ferred to tho Committee on Agriculture calling on tho Secretary of Agriculture for a statement of the progress made in the in vestigation for irrigation purposes Dawes road portions of a lette written by Leo Census Indian Agent from Pine vKidgo Agency to the Interior Department going to show that there is nc lack of food among the Sioux Ho said this to relieve tho public anxiety arid show that the In dians are not on the warpath onaccount ot a want discussion was continued on thn join resolution appropriating ffifXX for the Indian outbreak It was finally referred to the on Imiifin Affairs A resolution culling tbe oftlio a stiiLurncni of moueys paid bavwjipnrt Cliiuf Sujiorvlsor of Elections csich year sincn 1871 was ugreed tx Hoar movofl to proceed to consideration of Uio Election hill hut on the suggestion jtluit was tinporjirily iibsunt withdniw his motion anil asked iinunimoiis consent to have Uie fixed atFrulMy next for taking a final vote bill Gray mcanwliilu came iu aud the bill wns takon up Gray yielded against1 the projiosition to fix the tirm for inking a vote He rocallod the statementof Hour at he last sion tliat if the EUiCtionbill wius hot tlion taken up mid disposed of thcsre would not bo time cio so in tho short session It had boon the firm con viction on the IKiniooniUe siijis after what had occurred at tlio last election tho Senator from Massachusetts would nol press the bill so Ih3 Senators on his side liinl not proparocj them selves lo discuss it intelligently Gorman continued stand today on a volcjirio we havo a discussion us to starv ing Indians but take no note of the fact The farmers of the land aro meeting and resolving that thoro is danger and trouble sUirva tion among them tho fnoes of Bankers and merchants are blanched with fear no man can tell wliuther tomorrow or next day every bank in the groat centers of coinnierce will not bo closed by suspension of payrneuts aud now in tbe midst of such a slate of affairs who conic hero Hushed with victory hud a hope that the majority party would givn us 1111 opportunity to join with it in preventing the wreck which is now impending Lay asidu this bill which the country has pronounced against and us take1 up matters which all classes of our fellow oilizeus are looking to us to If you do not if you persist in the course out by the Senator fromMassaohusotls tlio responsibility must rest with the party in power If the Sen ator from MassuohuscUs insists on consideration of this partisan measure while bankruptcy and ruin ani soim on when he goes biclc to boston he will lliid that our merchants ajul bahkersaiid men of allairs as well as the farmers and labor ers will tell him lie is attempting lesislatiou against a of if it had not been for the prod of thlit sec tion if it not been for tbe moving of the cotton crop there would riot be a bank in Massa chusetts able to pay its depositors Thebnly thing that has saved them has been that they have been able to draw on crop aud on the Hour replied that for four days tho Senate had been listening to Democratic speeches made for mere delay and obstruction If the Senator from Maryland had another measure which he thought would allay tho panic or the menace to the commercial prosperity of the country which had begun when tbe elections were declared in favor of the Democratic party the country having before that in a posi tion of unexampled should ho not after a fair and pioper staternont his rea sons for voting against the election bill let the Senato vote upon it The election bill wast a measure whose solo purpose was to siibmit to tlW Judges of the Courts of the United States against whose integrity and official honor no man could bring acbarge tho Question of who had prima facie title to a seat in the House of Kepresentativesi instead of having it declared by ruffianism fraud or as so often thercase in the past Gray spoke briefly in line Gormans re marks and then concluded his argument against the bill V Berry obtained the floor and after a short ex ecutive session tho Senate r v WAsmNOTOjr Dec In tho HOUPO the Com mittee ou Judiciary reported back Enldas reso liiLion for the arrest of George bfjlic doorkeepers for attempting violently to prevent EnJoos exit from tho House durihpf a calL of tbo House inAiifiist last Tbe committee ioports no cause for the part of the House Tbe resolution laid upon the McKin ley reported from the Ways and Means and the House passed a bill provid ing for a tobacco in stock e remictionmnde In the internal by the list tariff bill McKinley merely stated that the bill similar to tho provisions oltariff hill had been 6mitledin form in tbut incasure acd on a declaratiionhy Mil that all uo opposition was made touts piassage Twenty Miiiions for the Gh erokecs KANSAS Tfitary of cliq phcrolceo Stbclc about to the strip If paid and St ates met this iniorni ri g iri a re ils1 rtesisaidttiC DECEMBER 9 1890 NOW FOB THE T08 OF WAR PRICE FIVE CENTS Tfic Mo Legislator Meets ard Senatorial Candidates Anxious QOBGFS AND CLA6ETT FORGE AHEAD If the North Gets a Senator Clajrett Will Probably Be the Bolters Joined by Democrats Yesterdays Preliminary Work BOISB CITY Dec Special to Tnm The first Legislature for the new State of Idaho assembled at noon today The crowd hi tho lobbies was largo In fact standingroom both in the gallery and in tho corridors was at a premium Promptly at p Hon H 0 Bnr hard t of Alturas the Speaker of the last House under the Territory took the chair and called the House to order Charles H Eeed the former Chief Clerk read the proclamation of tho Governor call ing the session of the Legislature and tho list as certiiied by Secretary of State Fiiik ham Tho following members of the House an swered to their names when called Ada W IT Frank Stevncn berg J M Ballonline Lyttluton Price George E Mills iR J Briggs E S Merrill R Bear Jinn os Lyons M II Smith E W Jones A Ramsey GQOTKO W Emery S A Swager JSlinorc llnrtin King Idaho Rmtik A Form V ScaUabuo J C Murtin M Thomas I Eli Snydara Uonry Aniistroug John Q Dry den Acz N S perry Owylife Joseph Hawkins Peter Frederickson F Cameron C D Portor A L Scoficld John Uanley Charles Irwin and D B Ethull Alturas Logan and Bingkaiii D R Monroe Idaho and JVrs L Goodnipht Latali and J Green After prayer by Kev Gowor the members in sets of twelve came to tho front of tho Speakers stand and took the oath adminis tered by Judge Morgan of the Supreme Court of Idaho Hon Frank A Fcnn of Idaho county was chosen Speaker over J M Ballenttne Dem ocrat of Ada on a vote of 2 ft to 5 with two scattering Charles IT Rccd of Ada was elected Chief Clerk when the House took an hours recess In tho afternoon tho House completed organization by electing the following olli cers Scrgeanfiaturms John Hunter as sistant chief cleric Miss Carrie Sweet door keeper 7 W Jackson of Bingham enrolling clerk W S Dun ni way of Ouster assistant enrolling clerk Miss Hunt of Al turas engrossing clerk Miss Theresa QFnrrell assistant engrossing clerk Miss Black page Master Tompkins mes senger Master Shel worth The chaplain will be chosentomorrow Ho probably will be Rev J H Barton of the Presbyterian Church Adjourned till 10 oclock tomorrow IN TUB SBNATK In the Senate little business done Norman B Willey Lieu tenantGovern or and ex affwio President of called body to order ami read the proclamation of the Governor convening tho Legislature Athey of Slioshono county chosen clerk pro torn The following members took the oath administered by Chief Justice Sul 11 van Ada John S Gray II C Brans tetter James Gunn Ji Rogers Stcphon Derapsoy James M Showp Green o White Lai 3 W Brigham W M McPlierson C Smith John A Finch J S WashwqtonrlM W Jowoll Lake L Under wood Cassia and R Lamar anaJfez S Weiler and Xez William Wing and M Wells A Committee on Kulcs consisting of Shoup Gray Bronstetter Woiler and Lun giiscbe and on organization consisting of Briehsim Gunn and Jewell were appointed Adjourned till 10 oclock Tuesday THE CAUCUS At a caucus of Republicans today P Hughes received eighteen votes out of thirty for but a faction broke away ignored the caucus nomination and elected John Hunter on a vote of 19 to 17 Democrats voting solidly for Hunter and aiding the faction in electing him over the caucus nominee Much indignation is expressed over the affair and it is liable to bear serious fruit to fche Senatorial candi date who engineered the matter through The Democrats are now disposed to allow themselves tc he used for some considera tion or other to foster discord in the Repub lican ranks The Senate Republican caucus tonight agreed on the following SergeantatArms George W Hunter Chief Clerk Judge Athey of Shoslione assistant Larincr Idaho county Engrossing Clerk B Smith Kootenai assistant Miss Reeve of Bing liaitt Doorkeeper Pat Callahan of Elmore Janitor Lawson Fuld and G asses Chaplain Rev Gowin Baptist church lt will be seen tomorrow morning whether the faction will again bolt the caucus noini and allow the Democrats to elect the oQiccrs DETBOIS AND CLAGETT GAINING friends of Dnbqls are holding1 a con ference at his headquarters He seems to be gaining strength daily Judge Clagett is likewise coming notably to the front It is conceded in case a Northern Senator is that Olagett will probably be the man His loyal course to the State Coru knttee during the campaign his splendid general straight make popular with all classes in tho Legislature Goveruor Shoup is with his report and the coming message and while much interested in the is niakirig no effort personally His friends are making a quiet ligKt inibis Boise ts alinqst a unit in favor of Shoup foritho and will bo greatly pointed as will the people generally should The fight so fai is butfrOe from personal bitterness Boodle Vill cut no probably in tbcial fight vely at Boise olitaiii thc dawn of atatehood tlie cap tkl wb idh merely heWlts o wn forabout nfteemyfiars eqlioeci be i ngrthe s u pply poi sjtl t tor all sSou theasteni Idaho fresh iboniciiinen be f roin and I inter Isjeis A Sailor Complained of tho Cold XVas Mercilessly Slashed With a Cutlass a nil Mny Die NEW YORK Deo Dispatch Francisco Glmmiclc Bra zilian naval officers believe in tho use of the sword to enforce discipline and Adolpho Alvcs Mazira a petty olHcor in tho Brazilian navy this morning cut down with a blow from his cutlass a seaman on board the manofwar now lying in North river The affair occurred shortly before 8 oclock in the presence of six lieu tenants of the flagship who to ail appear ances entirely approved the action taken Maxira is a machinist in the engineers department llo was ordered to take a do tail who were directed to wear cutlasses Mazira alone was unarmed Mazlrafl cry to hurry along was answered by a poor fel low muttering something about the cold Quick as a Hash Mazira jumped forward snatched the mans cutlass from hissoabbard and aimed a terrific blow at his head The sailor attempting to dodge the blow re ceived it on tho side of the and jaw llo reeled and staggered clutched wildly at the jusr iSanother blow was de livered of his head sank with a groan sonselessto the deck Tho bfiicers on watch immediately ordered the man carried lie was turned over to tho surgeons care and at present is lying in the ships hospital Unless his injuries are likoly to prove fatal which is greatly feared tho sailors name will not be Riven THE INCORIUGIBLE HOSTILKS They Move Farther luto The Indians Killed OMAHA Dec Bees Pino Ridge special A scout came in tonight and re ported that no sooner had the hosulle chiefs returned council held yesterday than they proceeded to move tho camp sev eral miles deeper into the Bad Lands in stoad of counseling a move therefrom as advised by General Brooke A special from Rapid Oity S says a band of Indians from Little Wounds camp have been raiding deserted ami running oft stock burning hay and grain and stealing household goods twenty armed men left Rapid City for the Indian camp They will be joined by a number of ranchmen and If they are not Intercepted by troops will at tack the Indians A speciakfrom Custer says Not far from Buffalo Gap T M Warren a four otjjiis men attacked a raiding party of Indiansand killed four This story is not verified CHICAGO Hec Miles this morning received a from Buffalo Gap S saying Ranchmen and In dians had aslight skirmish The situation IH becoming serJous for tha settlors unarmed Can you send fifty good rifles and ammunition so that tho settlers can defend themselves The General will leave for the scene of theIndian troubles tomorrow TWO MILLION TO COLLEGES ial legislation which will aTect tho com OUT HIUTLSUS 01 This SCSSimi promises to bo a long one All tho laws e diflicult problems settled a id direction given to the future of Idaho Liio arid hiud and water questions will pro voke much discussion and assume largo proportions In all probability tho suggfs of tho President in his message will be carried out the rutted States Government its work to preliminary surveys turning over the arid land to tho Stato Care will be taken to guard the Interests of the farmer on t he one hand and the capital ist on the other who are spending money to open up ditches and tit the country for set tlement Both hose points will no doubt bo carefully guarded THE COMMKUCIAU CONVENTION to bo held here commencing on the Oth in stant will be of much importance to Idaho Tlyj address of welcome will be delivered by Major loo Huston and Hon K S of Soda Springs will respond Various com mittees will bo appointed and all matters affecting tho commercial interests of Idaho will bo discussed The following is tho list of delegates so far as reported Boixe Ainslie Nelson F Kirabftll Charles A Clark Fisher L A West G W Eichelbergur Beery lames W Burns Texas Angoll A McGoo L T Tnlley Frank Given Black A Robethan F W Roane j R H Ifopkins llailcy G A Hill B E Miller Salmon Mitchell Mountain M Miller B Gwinn 11 K Steavenson Co II H S G W Gorton F JL Merrill W T V Smith G M WaterliGiise 1 C Cox 1 Shoshone Montpelier and Eagle Ivock to be hoard from BOISBCITY Idaho Dec t 1SOO A SEAMAN GUT DOWN TO HEAD OFF FREE COINAGE Reed and Windom Endorse the Silver Surplus Measure THE SILVER SENATORS WILL AMEKD IT IThe Salt Lnjfce Bniltlfnu Bill Die Prom Irriga tion and Bond Pur Greenback Fropos and OUTRAO10OUS CONDUCT OF A T5UAj ZIUIAX NAVAL Millionaire Faj ervveathers Bequests for Educational Purposes NEW YORK Dec Tho will of Daniel B Fayorweuther the millionaire leather dealer wan filed today He gives 000 to colleges The following bequests were made Yale for the ShefSeld scientific school Cornell Bowdoin A in h erst 000 Williams Si 00 000 Dartmouth 000 Wesleyan Hamilton Hanover of Kochester Lincoln of Virginia Hampton Marysville Union Theological Seminary Lafay ette Marietta Adalbert rPacly Washinjfton Jleljean Dead Dec Mc Lean formerlyof Cincinnati died tonight aged 74 His wife his two daughters and son John McLean proprietor of the Cincinnati Enquirer were with him at the time of his death a native of Cincinnati He was owner and manager of the Enquirer Vin til yeirs ago when his son assumedattive charge During his residencein Ohio Mr McLean was a prom I nent factior in the affairs the Democratic party in Ohio yet never held nor was candidate for public oftice The Strike Dec threatened strike of employees ot the Baltimore Ohio Rail way did1 not1 mater Ialize today and agen eral strike Is as probable Five through freight trains were raoved thLs the officials claim that they yilli have enough switchmen at Glen wood by w to entirely clear the yards of accuuiulated 6 wealthy Mon tan a tattle tkday began twqi Morristhe packer suits forbreacnof contractand wherebyilorrislvas to tftkcvfromjplalritiff LAKE Tnrairtoc BmutAir 517 Fourteenth Street WASHINGTON D Deo S 3800 Secretary Windom has announced himself iu favor of tho Taylor bill to purchase ancl silver on tho market to the extent of ounces under the that when this is douo tho existing law wttlt be capable of providing for tho output of tho American mines SpeakerReed endorses bill and it is uudorstoodto nightthat it will bo reported at tho next meeting of tho Committee on Coinage cf House it reaches tho Sonato tt likely to have a free coinage amendment tacked to it CAUTKHS IRRIGATION Congressman Carter has prepared bin on the irrigation problem which tv new tack on the question lie proposes toj grant to tho States of tho arid regions alii the desert lands within their borders upon the condition that the States shall reclaim those lands by irrigation Tho whole sub ject Is to be placed In charge of a Govern ment bureau probably to bo connected with tho Agricultural Department whoso duty It shall bo to see that the States cuter upon a system of Improvements by buildingreser voirs and digging clitohes that shall reclaim from year to year a quota of theso lands to bo agreed upon between tho tho United States when tho grant Is accepted by each State Mr Carter says ho docs not bcliovothat tho irrigation question can bo settled in1 any other way Tho United States Jwould very slow to cuter upon tho practical worlc of irrigation while the States would havo a direct interest in bringing the lands into the market to increase tho tion ol property and promote settlement The hostility cf the Farmers Alliance to tho futher survey by the United States ofi streams available for irrigating purpoaeu li another influence which works favorably for Mr Carters projoct llo to Include iu the grant all timber laud that Tills is dono to glvevtho a supply oflumber for building UTAHS CHANCKS The chances for local legislation for Utah are not of tho best under oxintlug circum stances The public building on the House general calendar and in tlvoabsence of any one to push it to the front by personal jawvass among the ob jectors it is likoly to die with tlio session Tho delegate from Utahhas other claiming his attention WASHINOTON Associated B Kinnoy Probate county Utah to cornet error in Bryant Receiver of Publkj Mocieya Los Angolas Gal COMMKKCE RECOMMTSWDATIOWS The annual report of tho Interstate Oom tnorco Commission recommends a number of amend mentis The Urst is that there aimll bo added to section 3 a provision that the facilities to be offered by the common car rier shall include due and reasonable receiv ing forwarding and delivery by every such carrier at the request of another carrier of through traffic at through rates Second an amendment tx section 10 rcmov Ingambiguities in language and criminal remedies clearly applicable to the corporation when its n as well as to its ofliccrs and agents A further amendment Is also indispensa ble the Commission says providing for tho service of criminal process on corporations and bringing them under tho jurisdiction the courts The Commission also recom mends a change iri section to enabla it to obtain reports from common when desired and called for reports from companies owning or conducting terminal facilitiesjor rolling stock etc Tho recom mendations made In the previous reports are renewed The Commission says tho ob taining direct evidence from parties who means of participating in illegal knowledge of the particulars of thetransac is invariably ing an amendment to meet this BOND AND Sltvkil PmiCHASES Tho Treasury Department pur chased ounces of silver at The amount of four petff cent bonds todaywas for which j disbursement ofabout rooney4 will bomade The Secretary of Treasury sam afternoon in view of the accept any additional offer of fours at reasonable price of sufficient mmoufit toj make the total purchases for which the expenditures would be noaxly f u it wasrrt an i festly irn possible under the existing conditions for use the fractional currency now in the treasury in the purchase of bonds for the reason that it at once would be returned to him in exchange for and him with a deficiency Instead There is now about iff fraotipoftii currency i n the of whloh v air but in silver half legal tender to the1 amount of only not regarded as of rtho The Secretary said very much to getJt into circulation but tainly should not do so attiie the limited v today introduced thoriziiig 8ecrotary Treasury to prepare a now series of Iegal tender notes or greenbacks whlcfcawheii the ordinary thdr Govern menti werenbt sufficient to meet meuts he is to pay iu sufficient sums to meet alldemands anddues THE Secreta mitted to the Houseman by the Spcret ply the navy pensions for izingthe   

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