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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE TRTBOlvE is ttws only Sevenday Paper pnlxfciaked bo tween Denver and San Fran cisco and contains the only Complete Telegraph Service in Rocky Moontains THE TRrBTOvTE is delivered by carrier to all parts of thecity at 25 cents per week Monday edition included Telephone ITo LAICS CITY UTAH FRIDAY MOItiSTNG DECEMBER 12 1S90 PRICE FIVE IEOIEIT DAYS FOB ERIN Parnell and His Croijbar Storm and Itapture United HE IS THREATENED BY A HOSTILE MOB OBriens BirtliPlaco Greets Him Witli Cries of Down With tho at Cork Gladstone A Flood of ManifestocH Doc Tho ntruggle for pos session Of United Ireland assumed a now phase this morning and again is in Tho opponents of who fluccwlocl lust night in forcing entrance Into oillco and destroying all tho leaders prisparwl by Lcarny appolntod to as acting manager during of William OHrion left a guard in possession with orders to any at of Parnell or hlH friends to on tor tho rnornlnK tho with tho assistance of a crowd nf VIH Hiipportcra forced open the and posKOsakm Tho police wit nessed the alTalr but did not To guard against tiny further attornpb of bin opponents to plaiKi the and wlnciowH wore bolted and barrtxl thn olllcfi against In trtulcrs all with outshlers oiirriid fm through tho key hole When msulo his assault upon tbe olllco hu armed with a crow bar which lie used In fuming thu fnmt door made his attack on tho rddni I olliod lodny ho proemmi two irowbars Handing one of thorn to Jnbn they procoechul to tho door iho arid soon Clashed It In Imvioll lnxl that all pursuns bo truitttd fairly In columns of tho paper After the nfllro was taken Iarnoll ap pearod at one of Mui windows of tho ofiloo shniiMng that ho would light tho battle to the ho would only allow the ommtry to deohbi tho ISSUM and that ho would submit to tho dictation of no man to bo llenely oxciteci and to huve his usual When in company with MuOoiijcn solicitor for the National League hu drove to tho railway station to tako tho train for Onk crowds lined the utreots aud thu windows of the houses wero lillod with spectators Iunmll rijciolvncl an jidlross rorn tho local branch nf National at Ivilar and tiiiido a rtpooch to IhonrowcJ A t tho station at thoro was an antilarrmU lemtmstratlon When thu train arrived n prlosr leading tho opposition and cheering for Oltrlcm and the clergy of tho North Kll keniiey loanery dtuuninoed 1arnoll and tho Oitndhiaoy of Sir lohn Tope IleniiOHSoy Iartlamontary nomlnoo of tho faction tjAt Mallow a majority of thn crowd hooted and ieerofl only a fmv cheorH hoing raided for Iariull At Cork an nornonso crowd and wasroouivod wtthout burwts of enthusiasm Ho has heon Invited to visit Liniorlrk Hoforo the train loft Mallow tho crowd win very violent and made repeated at tempts to on tor IarnollH oarriago Tho llourlshwl sticks In tho air and shouiod Down with tho blackguard with tho and similar prios At orio thno tho mob soomod about to ao coinpllsh their purpose of forcing their way into carriage Iarnell to to down a hutnick from tho side of tho carriage and prepared to defend himself Mallow Is the birthplaon of OHrion KNTirUStASM AT COUK COUK Ooo Iarnclla reception In this city wart similar to that accorded him In Dublin address from the National Leaguewas presented to him In the Cham of Oommoroo whore a tremendous crowd giahered In roply ho spoko hi tho vein that marked his Dublin spoeoh His remarks were punctuated with tumultuous applause AND HOME RUIiK Success of More Iinportanco Than the Irish Leadership LONDON Doc Oladstono arrivod to At Uotford he addrossod a xncoMnp ot 2000 persons llo said tho eon of 1arnoll In tho leadership would bo fatal to rnlo in England Scotland and Wales wan no longer tho leader of tho Irish Nationalists who had separated themselves from him Ho Glad stone admitted that tho Irish party ought to bo Independent that tho consideration and soUloment of this unostlon ought to bo Irf t to them but thoro was something be yond all consideration In Irish politics namely the groat cause of Libonxllsni in England Ireland and Scotland Tho tvoutiK1 respect inp Irish Ictulotvihip was an iidd iiionftl reason fir gran tins hnnm ruin ihoulu Knglish niuJ Scotch and jioli tkAlomMid upon the choioa of tho Irish IfiuUr Tho VtniinuitiOdtion botwtnn tho smil Homo Unto at in 1SS9 ho said were equally sutisftuv to iiiirtios Ho behoved the OShoa di iiroiHrtUngs would entirely tho nxm iKodod in Irniniul for any oiitMvho weald hithe lending clmmpion of MuNfiiiunal Liberals felt that iu liomo ule thcv ivn Irish rulevof Irehind The were nnwUhng nftor wlwt hsul in the divomc court nl nlive to ih juirl public of Tur nell to htm of riliiul It absohiulv that Alorley hndsnggested that PhrrnO hold ollloo tho before homo rie was The Liberal partys work in Parliament was to resist coercion in Irohuul and that work WHS as urgent now as it had ever imitter might be ttnIwulor of tho Irish cause Gladstone subsoquontly addressed an au of ftOOi porsons at the workshop Ho said tho dotorm tnution of tho Liberals was Inovocablo Thoy could nob undertake to support tho oauso of homo rule at tho next olootlon in connection with ono particular Ho pointed out tho Importance of continuing tho struggle for Ireland declaring that legislation for Kng could not bo until w luui got rid of tho homo rule ADVICK TO THK IKASH TJio Knvoys JNmv York Isswo Another Maiiifostu Nrcw YOUK Doc Irish envoys now In this city issued a long manifesto to night Thoy say whon thoy reuchbd this country weeks aio tlo Irish oauso was marching to certain victory It was con coded on both sides that the jroneral election must bring a home rule majority Tho dis solution of Parliament could nor bo fief erred beyond two years und would probably take plfico within twelve months All necessary to soon re triumph was that the delegates should ralso the necessary funds to preserve tho evicted tenants from destruction and koop thoir organization uncrushod to force the coercion government to 4faco tho general election In tho safe condition which tho gallantry of tho Irish tenantry had kept it in throughout five years of Incessant con flict with coercion In loss two weeks theyhud secured nearly and It was certain that ft sufficient sum would bo sub scribed to put to tho last hope the coercion ists Tho uiimlleiito then refers to tho ohango In tho situation and speaking of Parnells charges says in part Hints or thn part of British states men liavis not Ust tlmir power a people only ton well to lln tradition oi Brittub bv ihcir unhappy history It 13 oiisy to iimlurstand iii Uiilunucc upon our warm jiilldiigiios tuid or to as tlifsv urged all tho authority of ianulls nuint and with all the uii inuuiiotic pjwcr uf which he is nuistor W oursMlvt thrmgh furrntnovcd from MIC havo hud to otr leotious an jitruin inftiulcav orin our attachment to unrivaled iroiu and ovcnvhclming cojividtion that to indulcft our pcrsnnul loyalty hiiii orin moriHuu longer would he to incur the loss of tho and mukt ourselves Ior an iippulling icgncy of hopes which the triurnrjh or nt the pulls would upon our un happy people nMgiicri that every private and public utturauw of thuir lives the sincerity of thfiirtillogijinije to Ilirunl and the wildest pnri1 Han susfiect them of a desire to overthrow without terrillc CJHIM nt 11 rriomunt four moiiUiK inore of unitecl Jiction would have brought UK to victory and when any pro longed period of dissension must involve certain IOSH of the tremendous interests at htake on thu general nlcotion The signers sock to impress iinon their uountrvrnon itmir ihiep conviction tiiat 1iuiiellh deplorable iiiipuHitions of uiuliny on the pun of Jlridslone are absululely baseless and tinival lido issues raised to divert the judg ment of impulsive Irishmen from the nsul issue which in whether it is to uln the general election under anil if lh loss of the general election is the certain Mid indisputable price of retaining him can Ijirnrll himself or tiny nitiomil honestly face the future and point to liny niv if to sustain an unliajipy puo And in the fiice of a triumphant Tory majority and helpless and divided Ireland with gone his flirty estnuiged from the Irish lender und the whole Hrilish people nngercd insultrf to their leailers and ren dered susnicious by still more deplorable hints of insincerity of all our of friendship The ceriitltity of a disastrous gencnil election Parnell ciiiinot dispute Lhe horrible couso nuoriceH iJuil must ensue for Ireland he can only protend to disguise by vague speculation as to huure InrliMirieiitarv stnitfgy With HIM Irib people alone tho dotimiiimitiori must rest und n evon greater tlniii a mis taken verdict would be a verdict not prompter on one sido or the other If I he Irish pioplit dclihenitoly make up their mlnd to tho gcnenil election disniiss ing Imm public life repel the HritUh jxiupl from our side unotlnT quarter of a century of Ilirlljunetitury paralysis und dreury at Insurrection and to do all tins on a of ininotilio as to terms of retire ment the oi which Iuiwll himself tin If confesses w will to the sentence which will release UH from political lives of cease loss anxiety and toil 11 on the other hand trio overwhelming mass of thinking Irishmen give out m the world a that they shall not te pushed over tins the oidmil will hiivt been tlio meiitis of giving aid to the home rule as well as of saving I he reputation of our old leader from a ftital stain The Krilisli people will hu dually and irrovoctibly won to tho of Irish freedom by the spectacle how timperatnly and llrmly tlio Irish pcuplo can tMToisi the irivilege of selfgovern even in of uniiarallnled na linnal and tingulsh All the train of oiiiroidiiiiits who urn now exhorting will sustain disappriinlmeiil Not merely thoAmeri ointsof Irish blood but Amirtoaiis of every irl gin and iMery will j fully the reunion of lliu Irish by sub scribing whatever funds may nocHssary to koep the gallant tenants who were evicted in IrelMnils Imttlt from the vengeiince of landlord syndicates and coerrionists in safety and com fort until the roiiunil eluution thrsir deliv Winnever a homerule bill comesto he riuiiod Irhh pniiplo are gun ran tend us in the satisfac tory nature of its provisions by their own quiiil resolute strength and by every motive of manship well as honor that must determine filadstoni to tniike orownlng achinvoment of his lifework of complete and final reconciliation the two countries our catiso once rescued from its prcs ont dejullv peril oir race may rust assured that nothing wiU bn left undone heal whatever wounds nmy have been inllictnd in heat of strife and d jiiKtico to Famulis and hi B work so that Irolnnd may drop a tear over the error of ti passionate hour and remember only Mio great Irishman and born lender of men who found the Irish cause plunged In helplessness and despair and whose arm has lifted that cauue to the piuiiacloof power and triumph A BSS ACT OBrien Says Parnoll Is Not a Direc tor ol United NKAV YOUK conversation with a rupnwontativo oC tho Assoclatod Iress regarding thn Unttal Ireland Inohlont William OUrlon editor of that paper said tho dispatches stated that tho edition which Parnoll attempted to suppress by force was to contain a bitter attack on hhn OBrlon cannot bollbvo this as whon tho controversy nroso ho cabled instructions to tho thaV it tho party docldos In favor of Uarnoll to hand over tho papor to his authorized agont Tf tho decision was against him to support the partys vlows moderately and soo without fall that nothing personally olVotislvo to Iarnoll should appear Ho ro colvod a reply those inritruotioua would bo oboyfd Keforrlng to tho statement that Vatnoil virtue of bin authority as director of I ho company and that ho owns a majority of thu stock said the shares which stand nominally In name aro less than half tho capital of tho company Par iu11 ooasod to bo H director live yoavs ago for tho express purpose of guarding himself from pecuniary or criminal for tho papor tho wisdom of which cotuso was concurred In by OBrien and others Tboso who forcibly took possession of United rfihmti had not the shadow of legal authority As to last nights recapture from tho Parncllltes OHrion could only surmise that some of tho people of Dublin who had not forgotten tho record of the papor allowed their natural fallings to out run their forbearance STTLiTj ANOTHER MANIFESTO Tho LiberalUnionists Have Some thing to Say on tho Subject LONDON Deo Tho executivecommit too of tho LiberalUnionist Association has Issued a long manifesto from which tho fol lowing are extracts Tumuli and tho Pjirncllitoshnvo always heon an tin trustworthy hod v upon whoso pledges no reli ance phued and whoso Parliamentary intocedonis unulo then uulltnnd unsafe allies for anv grout purtv No distinction bo be mndo betweu the ParncHUos the untis Tho lat ter condoned his delinquencies ind accepted tits policy and now suerillcn him as A moans of ex tortiitc fresh terms from thoir allies The mis take tho iirittsh homo rulers made was in allow in tiuinseUes to bo convinced that either the motliods or objects oC the Irish revolutionists hiid changed Neither party will ever accept home vulo without H mental Ior ansoluto sopaniUoiriuul complete Irish indopendonco The Days Pailnrcs NT13W YOUK Doc Henry Zlibort to baoco commission nxerohant suspended to day Liabilities assets about tho same Vonablo Hernan wholesale liquor dealers assigned today with liabilities of to Deo Assignee Miller of linker Bros stated that the most important creditors of the suspended tirm had given a years extension meet in debtedness It is believed the Urm will re sumo SOOil BOSTON Dec Tho BayPtate Lasting Machine Company failed for KiKMtxoiiAM Dec The Bessemer rolling mill today went Into tbe hands of a receiver in a temporary arrangement The trouble was caused by the ructmt failure of tho United States Rolling Stock Company GodfVey and Kilraiu to BOSTON Deo George Godfrey colored heavy weight accepted tho offer of the Cal ifornia Athletic Club and will fight Jake Kilraln for a purse of with an add i tiontvl to tho loser contest to take pluco In San liYaiiclsco iirst wook in January A Startling Stae Scene Dec Goorgo Montiou and T O Smith scenic artists with tho Crysttal Company had a right whlio iu the llios seventyfi vo foot above tho Thoy fell to Uio and both woro pojliujps fatally injured Strength of the Great West Shown in a Senate Caucus PARTISAN MEASURES MUST WAIT Probability of a Presidential Veto of Free Silver Commit too IBKUCS an Address to Congress Strong Plea Tor Freo Coinage SALT LAKE 517 Fourteenth Street WASHINGTON D Doc 11 1800 Tho silver interests dominated last nights caucus Tho strength of the Western de mand that financial legislation must bo taken up afc onco and that purely partisan business should not bo permitted to In tor fore longer quito toolitho breath from Sen ator Hoar and his sissoolSites who do not want true coinage and who do demand tho passtme of tho bill Whether tho Federal Election bill passes which is doubt ful or whether it is defeated next week the beginning of a contest which many believe will end in freo coinage Tho mooting of tho National Silver Com mittee was the beginning of a lively campaign outside of Congress Tho declaration nL Senator Phi MI b was the srago oC war within the Capitol Of course the friends of silver the possibility and in fact the probability of a 1rosi rlontial veto but they u not propose to let the Executive esuapo any responsibility of an oh action n Republican Sen ator can loach us a great msiny thinus and we of West ought to bn grntelul to anybody who will lake the time necessary annum of patience to instruct us In economy About this silver question we shall take liberty of holding on to binown woolly Western ideas and of voting them The President has his re sponsibility if we live up to ours there will bo a tf helives up to his the bill will bo vetoed Harrison thinks the party can stand wo know that we can allord to glvo him a chance to try Iho temper of the tho President 1s working hard cunviiioo Congress thar ho is not opposol to ultimate frou onlnage as stioii as tho Latin union can bo brought to consent to coopuration AN ADDKItiSS TO CONGRKSS The Silver Coimuiititftey Plea for Free Coinage WAsniNOTON Oeo National lOxocuMvo Silver Comuilssion today issued an addrnss to Con gross Tho commission boliuvcss tho prusont money siringency atul the hniitkiiig down of credit on both sukis of tho Atlantic mainly if notontiroly duo to tho to conduct Iho worlds grow ing business on tho narrowing basis of gold as a single standard and again ayjinals to Congress to dulay no longer therestorationof silvnr to unlimited usn as money with all tho rights of coinago ami legal tciukr possessed by gold All attempts to rflicvc the present situation by incwtising tho volume of credit ciiiTunoy or iniiltiplyiag orcdil can nlVord but liMiiporuiy ndiet1 With the gold supply corislsiiitlv fliiniiiisliiiig pojiiilation incrons ing aiul the business rapidly oximnding veour renoo of the Kituation must come forcing a periodical of prices und business the ever ooMttticting scale single gold standard What is needed is basis of primary money constant and supply Hi tuiist be Tliere never has hcn not likely to hu in the loo inuoli gold and silver to supply Uit1 worlds nencls for monoy To supply the probnble popu lation of the United SUkS alone for the next centnrv with the same per wo now liuvo will rtiqmro tho production of tho inotiUs as great as the eiitim production of tin American continent since its discovery by Columbus With tho Ireo coinage of silver UiiMlinercncc between silver bullion and silver coin must at once disappear and end silver speculation If everybody can have silver metal converted into coinage free of cost at the rate of Rfsiins to tho dollar then of course there can be nodiller once hutweeii the value of given weight of silver in bullion or The commission believes the fear that free coinage would destroy tinpurity of gold and sil visft on our ratio of sixteen to one not well founded Certainly this cannot take place and continue perminiently until enough silverhas beeu coined to provide us with our full distribu tive share of the worlds money iiultsiHiiidtntly of old Our at present is of which at least is goicl Silver enough must be coined then to give tho the full besides the gold and besides unouirh to take tho place of retired bank notes and supply of our population and growing industrios Besides tlie pnmosed issue of new paper money will tend in the same degree to displace gold that silver will Which then is best metallic money constant in supply solfregulating and lluit needs no re demption or additional credit money to be some time redeemed iu gold that become constantly clearer as the demands it increase The people demand that their constitutional right to have recourse to both old aud silver for nioiiuy bo restored to them EIGHTY DAYS FOR SWEARING A Conviction Under the Pennsyl vania Blue Laws CrtAMBKitsutniG Deo Francisco Chronicle Pollc Wilson a well known character about town was tocUiy sent to iail by Justice Hantnmn for cJRhty flays for swearing eighty profane oaths Unclor the Pennsyl vania bine laws act of the penalty for profane swearing is 67 cents for each oath or iu dofaultof payment thereof one day in jail for each oath Wilson would not pay the lino of for the oaths in so ho went to jail for eighty clays A conviction under tho blue laws is a very ratO occurrence in this State Ruined by the Election PKCATIW Dis Francisco Chrohicte Postiuastev Ed Arinrft6ud of New Decatur lied several days ago leaving his bondsmen aud about S3000 shortage in his accounts with tho Postolfioo Department No one suspionocl his bciinj short in his accounts tho Vostofhco Department until 1ato last evening when some of his bondsmen worn informed tliat he had not been In the oniee in several days and they began at onoe to inquire as to He is supposed to be in Canada It is believed that the Congressional election caused him to lose An 13mlbezzlep of Bonds Deol 0 Svoddard was arrestQd today on a warrant charging him with embezzling bonds of the Chicago Arkansas Company actually valued at was released in t5000 bonds According to the court Stoddard is a former financial agent of the company and has retained possession of these his deposition afternoon TiuigoSbepard issued uia jrijuho restrainiiiK jbim from them Iu any wnyv J Under the Uash Deo Chronicle aud illr treated penitentiary sentence tbdayi1 could tot ac the of AN INDIAN UPRISING A Chickasaw Senator Kills His Son in a DxicL GAINESVILLE Doc 11 Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle A falal duel took place last night in Panics valley Indian Territory between Senator Sam Paul of the Legislature aud his son Joe Paul in which Joe received a bullet wound in tho back and one in tbo breast and the father received a dangerous wound in the thigh niiido by a pistol ball fired by the son Reports from Painos val luy state that the young man died of his wounds this evening but that tho father will recover It is said that the difficulty grow out of a quarrel over a woman of bad repute Samuel Paul is a quarterblood In dian and has been very popular with tbe Last summer he made the nice for governor of his nation on the progressive ticket and was defeated by Governor Hyrd A few weeks sineu he went before a United States Commissioner and swore his allegiance to tho United States Government aud served his first papers to become a citizen thereof This it is makes It necessary that he be tried in the United States courts Deputy Marshal Thomas left Gainesville this even ing to place the Sunlit or under arrest and take him before a United Status Commis sioner for preliminary trial ON TO THE BAB LANDS i Li TROOPS BRCKIVE OKDSttS TO PKE IAKK JTOK THE MAKCil K Qrnirrvl Among Themselves and Several arc Sioux Badly Treated tho Government PINK RIDCJR AGKNCV S Dec clal to Charley one of six scouts whom General Brooke sent back with the hostile chiofs to the Had Lands after last Saturdays conference returned at daybreak this morningHe said he did not know what became of tho five scouts and that after they had reached tho hostile camp in the J5ad Lands they were not per mitted to return lie had succeeded in by tho sheerest good luUc and by taking desperate chances Ho said that soon the return Of the party sent in to treat with General Brooke a grand council was held TwoStrike and his fol lowers favored peace but Kicking Bear Short Bull and otherchiefs composing a majority of the camp took decided grounds on I ho ol her side The council lasted sev eral hours during which the highest pitch and finally broke up in a light between tbo contending factions In which several Indians wore killed with war clubs Yanlvloit Charley who is himself a full blooded Sioux took advantage of the and made his oscapo Ho bo camo separated from tbo othwr scouts early in tho trouble The troops have received ordersto be in readiness by tomorrow to march to tho Bad Lands Starving Sioux at Yankton CuiCAfio Doe Miles today received a report from Oaplain Conrad to tho that seventeen hundred Indians at tho Yankton Sioux agency aro now re ceiving rations enough for barely two days out of the week starving Their crops have failed and although they aro willing to work there Is no employment for such a number during the winter On ra tion day they are so thai they cannol resist eatingat once praouicaUy all thev receive notwithstanding another issurt is not due for a week II is a standing com plaint with these Indians havo owing them forrighbofway land looked up in the Treasury and individuals among them are unpaid for services rendered the Government as far back as HasKeeii No Danger RiSMARCK S Dec Mo Laughlin agent afc Standing Kock Indian Agency is in today Ho saya there is no danger of an outbreak and never has been Sitting Bull and his followersare still keep Ing up the ghost dance on Grand river but tho wild enthusiasm Is rapidly abating Tho Major thinks a weok more of cold stop tho dancingHo says tho reports from Standing Rock of a cattle stampede by Indians and an exchange of shots near Buffalo Gap is a canard No cattle have been ruu oil1 by tho Indians ex oopt thoir own slock ATI Uprising in the Spring KANSAS CITV Deo Von Leuttwitzi of the United States army Is in the city today fronv Fort Reno He says dancing is still going on among tbo uncivil ized Indians but no one is particularly alarmed at it Ho predicts a great uprising in the spring There are young bucks in Indian Territory who are eager for glory and the old chiefs encourage them AN ARKANSAS MGNSTER WITH TKIFXING TJROVOCATION HI2 S IIVli PEESOISS in an Attempt to Marry n Young Woman He Kills Her Four Others and Suicides ST Louis Deo The IlcpubUcs Fort Sinlth spocial says Charles Joplin shot and killed iivo persons this ujornJUR on the Jenny load mine twelve miles from hero and then suicided by shooting Those killed wore John Miller wife and daughter Lon Dr Stewart a prominent physician and an unknown man Tho only oluo to the cause of killing lies ia a report that Dr Stow arc intimated that Jopliu was the causo of Miss Millers trouble About 5 oclock this evening Ray Cald prominent farmer was drivins from this city When aboufc four niUes out he met a footman armed with a shotgun who askud him if either of his mules would Caldwelltold him 710 About this time an old 10 an came along riding a pony ordered him to get otT but ho did not comply promptly and the manshot him twice blowing his head oil Ho then mounted the old mans pony and rode hin about throe miles when the animal gave out and ho abandoned him He then caught a young man driving an empty wagouand jumped in it He whipped up the team and ran tho mules to Jenny Linn three or four miles ArriVinir there he went to the store of Dr seeing sovcral about the place diove them away with a Ho entered the store and shot Stewart down lie then walked out but returned and shot Stewart though the first shot killed from Stewarts be went to tho house of John ler a q u arteiof a in I Ic d istant Finding Miller some distance froin tbo house he shot and mortallywounded him He then proceeded to the house and shotMrs Miller in the stomach anU killed Millers daughter after which he blew his own brains Ipnt just as a posse of njOD who had beensummoned came up to him Miller is Mrs Miller cannot recover While inuthe wagbnwith tbo young lie told b i lin h is name was Bi oplin gavethe young man two dollars saying be him to telegraph bis uncle in tliat he was Jopjia has Miller with the ins Stewar thlad p be r Ay H ia tph vhileyTidjli e t Dubois and Slionp and One flan From the fforth A FAIR DIVISION OF THE HOB lnffCtt Tirill Probably Bo the Man Prom the Matter Set tled in lative Proceedings House Com mittees Appointed Boisre CITV Idaho Dec Special to A caucus of the Republican members of tho Legislature just held do ciclud detinitoiy on tho proposition to oloct Dubois and Shoup and as a third Senator any man from the north that section cau asroe upon Tho feeling is quite general that Dubots should have tho long term and that Shoup and tho man selected from tho north probably Clapett shall draw for tho other am short term Both Dubois and Shoup arc agreed to this and the prop osition will he submitted to Clagett to morrow This it is thought will harmonizo matters and be mutually satisfactory Clagett will not apreo then tho northern members will bo called upon to agree upon a iiKUa from that section 9 If this plan should be carried out ami Shoup receive the long tonn then the north will havo a Representative in Congress a Governor and a Senator till 1S01 Should Claggett draw the long teviu the north will have a Representative Sena tor md Governor while the South would hn VD oiK3 Senator for tho longest term and ono for tbe shorter term This is considered vory fair on all sides It is thought Clagett will accept Underwood of tho ITouso will introduce a resolution lomorrow moruing to proceed to balloting in the afternoon or not later Mian Saturday morning The disposition if to push matters to acrisis immediately This evening an intimate friend of Me Connell expressed himself quite that his man would bo elected McConneUs friends are jubilant over the supposed de velopments but your correspondent could leain no particulars Porter for Ulagctt said Wo aro satis fied Chat matters will result favorably for Clagctt 1 do not care to say anythiug fur i Dubois has eighteen votes solid for him first last and all tho time Of the twenty six other Republican thirteen are favorable to him and say they will outer into no combination that will leave him out A telegram roceivcd from Hoar contains tho information that this can elect three Senators at onco It looks as if this would be done A loading Democratic mem ber said tonight that the Democrats would bo present and vote for two Democrats for tbe Senate at least for a few ballots Tn tho ITonso today a bill was introduced by Monroe on tho suffrage Including the Australian ballot system which was re ferred to tho Committee on Suffrage and Elections The Chairman also announced tho usual standing com ml ties as follows r RuUti and Joint Price Skattaboo Armstrong Green and Stcunenberg Judiciary Price Ramsey and Stcunen buru Privileges and Emery Caldwoll Scollcld Monroe and Erwiu Ways and Groeu Emery Frcdor ickson Merrill and Jones Hawkins Caldwoll and Casey and Potter Hawkins Suy cliim Mills and Dryden Mills King Armstrong Pyott and Ballantyno King Lyons Martin W H Smith D H Smith Hlxon Groen Suydam Skat taboo and B H Smith A Goodnight Morrill Ethel and Dryden Live SLocJt Merrill Fredcrickson and Irwiu Briggs Hawkins King Monroe and Hawlcy Countu Skattaboo Casey Cam eron Sevanger and Steunenburg Public HeflttiSperiy Ethel and Cam eron Public Cameron Brlggs W H Smith Martin and Jones Imgation and Water Riahls Monroo Emorv Brlggs Ethel Scotield Hunley Ramsey Eailantine and Dryden Roads Briaaes and Martin Pyatt and Hixon Military and Indian IJVQU Sporry Mills Porter and PuUiG Scolield Price and B U Smith State Affairs and Federal Snyder Lynns and Porter public Armstrong Goodniglit Oasev Frederickson and Ballcntlne Steunenburg Swanger arid Ramsey Sperry and Jones Mileage Swanger Hixon and A motion was made that two hundred copies of the list of standing committees be printed After dicussiou it was decided out of order The following resolution was then intro duced Resolved By tho House of the Senate concurring that a of throe from the HOKBC andthroe from Uic Sonate be ap pointed to devise a great seal for the State ol Idaho tore port the same to this Legislature for its adoption or rejection THREE SENATORS POSSIBLE A Peculiar Feature of the Idaho Senatorial Contest WASHINGTON Dec Special to Tmn news from the Idaho Legislature is anxiously awaited in the Senate The Republicans made a fight for Idaho and especially the Senators from the silver States feel that the new Stateshould act promptly and forvrard its Senators as soon as possible in order tbat they may assist in the pending legislation There are a num ber of dispatches printed in the Eastern papers on tho situation AYhen the Senators arrive and draw for the class into which Ihev are to go one must bo satisfied with a term of less than three months so tho pres nt Legislature will have tbe opportunity of eiectiug three separate Senators if they so choose SPARKS FROM THE WIRES Professor Bancroft of Brown University Provi dence has mysteriously Seiiator Edmond deLafayctte a grandson of the Marquis de Lafayette died at Paris first application of Kochs lymph in Xork occurred St Lukes hospital Mrs Eendal the actress was poisoned by her 1 who made a niistuke in bottles She will Tudce Greshaoi atChicago decides that rail tesUfy heforo the Jutcrstato A men by theUnji ted States have because they haye not received any pay loryfoiir Advices from the Cherokee tha t Chief bas11 received a telegram 1 lucas CattleGompariyfdf him if he AvilLreiitertaiir bidfof for the EJeven crews of Second division of the r u t ille and Grand J toiUuckior X f TO TEACH DKAIJvKS A LESSON or No Law the AVrapping Paper Mills Will Shut Down CHICAGO Dec meeting of the West ern Wrapping Paper Mill Association was held here today The mooting decided that tho entire product of the mills in tho asso ciation should bo sold by agents of the or ganization instead of by salesmen of tho individual mills All of the mills will shut down for ouo week tho latter part of this month Tho association also voted an ad vanco of 5 cents per hundred pounds in the price of all pvpor In discussing tho shutdown Tudpo King man of Cedar Palls stated that Iowa had a very strict eovorius trusts and he foiirod should tho lowanscompiy with tho spirit of such action as proposed it would construed in violation of the law and tho penitentiary stared unlawful proceedings in tho fuoo Chairman Castlo however said tbat tho dealers recently declared that tho organiza tion could not hold together thirty days longer To toaoh the dealers a lesson a shuv down would bo most olVoctivo and ouo was accord in Rly ordered BAYONETS AT THE POLLS RMY REOR6ANIZATUHL HOYS FRYE WOUID PROTKCT THE KIGHTS OF Ho Ls Applautlotl Hissed hy Gnl lery Senator Wilsons in tlio House WASHINGTON Dec tho Senate Miloholl oHerecl a resolution to in structing tin PostoffieoOominiUoo txinqtiiro into tho and of a law for postal savings banks in connection with all or ooilain classes of postoilices through out vhe Tho offered yesterday for dally of tbo Senate at 1 1 m was up The discussion up amid con siderable excitement on the lloov and in galleries until 2 oclock wben it wont over without action Tbo election bill was taken up and Wil son of Iowa addressed tho Senate in its ad vocacy The Klcctions bill WJVH tuknn up and Wilson spoko in fiivor of The quostion which cjoiifrohtod Coiifjrtss wns ono of thuy In end Sutofl not only the of was but the equality of ihc in thu mattiiof reprifsciiuiliou bus biin lcinil Thus Alississippi iml South Carolina a vote of sent fourteen inmnbors to thn House of with a voting of but Ilcvcu tiHn The uopft of the could iuM Iw that tho pioplo of Mississippi and South CJITO I in a as free to us ballot as tlm poo pic of Iowa nor would tho people co id nt un til absolute was assurod in use of balloi nnd until and pood In I th wore shown in counting tho sitmo in evory No nioru imrorbint subject couiniamlod the uf tho people rysaid thj pending bill was not onetenth pirt enough If in order to right of the citizen to frwely cart his bill lot and havo it counted as itwnsnocns sury to put the bayonet buhiml every ballot ho would do so and hisses in the gal lery which wore promptly Daniel oom me sited on Kryos fiay ingir was not the conception of tho which its founders mil wns not the concep tion of the Republic American people had to il After executive session the Senate adjourned Mouse WASHINGTON Hoc After some unimpor tant business tho House went into Committee of the Whole on the Fortilicjition Appropriation bill The hill WHS agreed to without discussion ami tho having men the bill passed to gether with the hill appropriating to meet the deficiency in tho appropriation for public printing mrl binding In the morning hour Taylor from the Committee on Judiciary called np and tho House passed a bill amending tho Revised Statutes The amendment provides a penalty for any person having custody of ballots and re turns after nn election is held who shall alter such returns and erase tho nnme of any candi date from any of the ballots in his custody or iu any way niter or dcfnce the same with intent to iirect tho result of such election The Mouse Uien proceeded to consideration of the Senate bill to amend tho EdmundsTucker law providing that personal property formerly belonging to tho Mormon Church but which was forfeited by Congress and placed in the hands of a receiver shall be placed in the common school fund of the Territory of Utah which was the dis position miide of the real estate held by the church Without completing its consideration the House laid it aside as unfinished business The House went into Committee of the Wholo on bills from the Puhlic Lund Commission Pay son culled up the bill to indemnify the purchasers of swamp lauds and to reimburse several States for limds due them under the Swamp Lands act After discussion the committee rose to close de bate but Holmnn raised the point of no quorum and the House adjourned YOUNG CONVICTED He WU1 Probaby and Says Ho Is Glad of It Cimrowmt Dec to jury this evening returned a murder in the first degree in the caso of Charles Mil lor tho fifteenyearold murderer of Eroerson and Fishbaugh Un less the Governor interferes the boy must bang Be wasnot iu the least affected by the verdict and on returning to tho jail laughed and told the other inmates of the result of the trial and said ho didnt caro His counsel has secured a temporary stay of sentence and if means can bo secured will make an etfort to carry the case up on a writ of error Miller has not a friend or sympathizer in the county Mrs Emerson mother of one of the young fiends victims is delighted with the verdict WADE ELAJUPTON RETIRED A Farmers Candidate Elected to the United States Senate COLUMBIA fci Doc M Irby was elected United States Senator today to succeed Wade Hampton John Laurens Manning Irby who will succeed Wade Hampton was horn at Luurens S September 10 3854 He at tended the University of Virginia and af Princeton He practiced law but two years and since then has resided on a plantation near Laurens and farmed suc cessfully When he entered tbe political arena four years ago he at once became a prominent leader He espoused the cause of the farmers movement afc its inception and wasan ardent admirer of Captain Tiil POK TWENTYFIVE MILLIONS An English Company Buys Out the Denver Water Storage Company DENVER Dec 13 to TRIBUNE j One of tho most important transactions ever negotiated in the West was consum mated yesterday when an English syndi cate representing a capital of secured an option on all water rights owned by the Denver Water Storage Company for on which pay rnent of was made Onehalf of this property only is purchased by the while the other Jialf retained by the purchase constitutes three i with a capacity of c u Die feet of water 50 000 acres Of land ad Denver jind other improvements Provisions of a Bfll That WH1 Profc ably Beeome a Law DORSETS NATIONAL BANK BILL Notaries Not Recognized SEATTLK affecting the validity of tlie title at many acresofcoal arid this 3tate entered county davits before i tbititbey Jor pcrj u ry m It Will Increase the Circulation and Strengthen the Financial Situation Under tho New Pension Xotes SALT LAKE TRIBTTNW BuTxEAtr 1 M7 Fourteenth street WASHINGTON D Deo 11 3800 j Tho Army linorgnnixation bill reported today by the Senate committee will very probably be passed by Congress at this ses sion It is tho result of six agitation an incronso of tho army and for tbo threo batalion organization for infantry reg iments In roforeoce to tho economical ideas of Senator Oockroll provision was mudo that thero shall bo but erght Second Lieutenants allowed to tho infantry regi ments with threo Majors and twelve coin pun ies and the of the enlisted mint into such a smaller number of companies iu tho rogimonts as can bo fully o Hi cured is permitted strength of tho army is increased to men of whom not kss than 2000 may bo Indians Thu is increased to seven regi incuts Original vacancies in tho in fantry above the rank of second licntcnaut must bo lilled by promotion according to seniority in the mn of tho service and such in the artillery iu the grado of second lieutenant us result frompromotions to higher gnulos arc to bo lillod in whole or in part by from otlier arms o1T the service Sonator Mandorson who is tho author of tho Dill said to mo tonight The bill will pass beyond A NATIONAL HANK WASHINGTON Dee House Conmiittce on Hanking and Currency coday adopted a resolution to re quest the Douse to sot apart a day for consideration disposition of Chairman Dorseys bill to reduce to tho mini mum amount of Unitoii Statesbonus which a National Bank shall bo requested to keep on deposit and to pormit tho issues of circu lating notes by National Hanks to tho full amount of tho par value of tho bonds do positud This would it is said increase amount of monoy in circulation by 000 uid would result In a freer issue of National Bank notes Whon tho bill cornea up in tho House Chairman Dorsoy will move an amendment provide for tho issue of greenbacks whenever tho National Bank circulation falls below Morrill Kansas was authorized to report favorably a bill to subject National bank and United States Treasury notes to Stato taxation Dorsey Breaking of tha situation said Tho circulating medium of tho country is too bnt we could got along SIH wo did before if confidence couW be restored and we hope to do that and increase tho circulation somewhat bill wo will call up Tho banks all have more monoy in their vaults thoy ever bad before Our little banks havo twice as money in their vaults as they formerly carried The big hunks woiit discount our bills and wo have toprotect ourselves Then a groat deal of money 1ms been taken out of tbo btvnks by peoplo who became alarmed at the course of legislation locked money up in safe deposits A great deal of money has been sent abroad to buy consols Only the other day a man told mo that he had put about all ho had in English consols Of course iff is foolish but tho people are alarmed A NAVAL APPOirrrjirENT Tho President today sent to the Sonata the following notninatioc Naval Construc tor Wilson chiof of tbe Bureau of Construction and Repair and chief con structor of the Navy with tbo relative rank of THE General Scbofield today received a dis patch from General Miles of which the following is an axtract Reports from Gen eral and General Brooko are favor able Tho presence of the troops now in po sition has had a demoralizing influence upon the those tbat a week ago were defiant aud warlike aro now giving evidence of submission Captain Ewers Fifth In fantvy has returned with Hump from Fort Bennett Hump desires to renew his alle giance to tho Government and I will make use of him iu bringing in AN ALASKA EDUCATION Senator Dawes today reported favorably from the Committee on Indian Affairs a bill appropriating tho first year and 000 and the tbreo following years for the elementary and Industrial education of children ia Alaska A HOG CHOLERA DISCUSSION The annual report of tho Bureau of mal Industry says With the ultimate objcctinview of discoverrnf the method forpreventing disease in swine tho Bureau has endeavored to produce drug which wosild have tho same composition and effect as bacterial products These re sijarchen have been iu the main successful the report claims that a substance has been pro duced which uot only resembles the bacterial prod net of the hog cholera geim in composition but which has ouite tho same power of confer ring immunity from the disease NJCW PENSION CLAIMANTS Morrell chairman of the House Committee on Invalid Pensions today received a note from the Pension Commissioner that ho had r just concluded examining the claims re ceived under tho new act Bbowing original invalid claims original widows claims and claims filed1 by old claimants This gives only about 000 new claims filed under tbe late law Morrell regards this statement as evidence that the expenditure for pensions under the r new act will be much less than anticipated u TJIE SHIPPING AND SUBSIDY SUBSTITUXB The House Committee on MSrchant rino and Fisheries has virtually agreed a billas a substitute for the Senate f and snipping bills Formal action will be taken by tbe committee probably tonior row and assurances have Tseen given members of the Bulcs Committee that early opportunity will be afforded for action ou the bill in tho House llomuaklb Pacheco to Central American StatesC A erty Pennsylvania Secretary of Legation to Mexico C A Garter United States v torney Northern District of AN INDEPENDENT BRITISH v Governor Roes of Texas has complained to Secretary Blalne of tbo aiidfS threats of the Enfilish Consul of Galveston Blaine told the British Minister g that the Consul General vr as no loneir falacd papers have Tbei Body of a MJaiden Barled   

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