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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE TRIBUNE is tho only Sevenday Paper published be tween Denver and San Fran cisco and contains the only Complete Telegraph Service in the Rocky Mountains THE TRIBUNE is delivered by carrier to all parts of the city at 25 cents per week Monday edition included Telephone No VOL XXXX DAVirTwiELOS A CUDGEL SAiT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY MOKNTjSTG DECEMBER 17 1890 PRICE FIVE CE3TTS Members of Parliament Engage in a Moody Irish Riot PABNELLS EYES FILLED WITH LIME The Leader Excruciating Pain and Temporary KOHO and Fell and VoIlcyHof Were Kilkenny Campaign Is r Doo application of counsel In Iiohalf of Parnell the Court has ui injunction restraining the pub lication of Suiwcwcl United frfiland Tho Times Tho Popo Is oon sKJurlMK tnapjwul mit him by the Catholics of London praying Ills holinoss to pro nounce tlio Catholics mipporUng PiiiiHjlJ buciuiso of JutterH wicked HUSH At Halllnukill today while mooting of the two were bointf held noar U Ihf PuniHllitas attacked tho opposi linn Thi McCarthy repelled them iifPT a spirited dufonso load by Davltt Dr Tanner and a number of prints Many on uuth Hides were Injured Pur nill over tiio mouting of hiw sup Oavitt accompanied by Kiithor OMIullo raii was tlie prominent speaker thai arrived at thti meeting In Ballirmklll and he took thoHtand In tho higher part of the wjuaro the church Cheers and coun ter woro vociferously ludulgcd In by the iissombled factions Oavitt began Kpeech is wagonette in which woro William Redmond M Father Ryan nud other Parnollltes was drlvon through tho lower part of the followed by a Cheering crowd Redmund hopin speaking simultaneously with Puvltt Tho ad von t of imoUior party headed by several priests driving briskly tlinugh thu streets puta temporary stop apoochtw at both meetings Tlie now corn ors ranged themselves alungsldo of the car occupied by Davltt amid a chorus of mhiglod choorsand Heully took up the spoiiklrig and was ex presslnir his views when great shouting an nounced tho arrival of Parnoll and Harri son anrl a number of supporters on horse back and In cars Paniolls appoaranco be side was the signal for cheers and yells of Tally ho tho and Kittys Amid tho din Putnoil spoke to the crowd around him He sharply scored Honntssy tho candldnto as a man who went to Parliament in IHfil us u Tory supporter of iMsnioil and who now wants to go as a Ldb oml supporter of Gladstone Several men rmulo a strong effort to drag tho wjiRonutte Into the midst of tho unbl 1firrifll gathLrlng but woro dlssimdod Punuill resuming malrttalnod that tho consistency of tils public life had boon pro served arid amir unceasing o Torts to croate and preserve an Independent Irish party Harrison was about to follow Parnell and Connor was speaking when a sucldon conflict aroso on tho verge of tho crowd a rush was maclo towards Davlltw oar and a general melee ensued A forest of ash plant sticks nnd blackthorn aroso and dostoudod In tho air whoro tho dividing linos of tho opposing fuotloiiH mot Davitt leaped from his car wioldlng u thick htucol and fought his way footbyfoot straight to wards TuruoUs wagon roceiviftg and giving numerous blows Ho finally reached tho wagon hatless and with his face badly marked and with his moii with him who also boro traces of tho severe usago they had rooulvod In tlioir des passage between tho two vehicles Standing on the stops of Parnells wagon Pavltt uttorod a broathless aud Indistinct deliuuco tlion turned and pushed back to his own summtulod by his faithful sup porters aud amid tho continuous yells and execrations of tho two wildly excited fac tions with tho exchange of a shower of iHvltt then remounted his oar anil shouted Wen of Kilkenny 1 came hero In defense of tho right of pubJlo mooting and liberty of spcooh Our opponents sent their blackguards to Interrupt tho proceedings but we havo bcuttjn thorn back1 was novor Huuck by au Engfishman but today I was many tfmos struck by my own country Those romnrkft woro grootod with tumul tuous cheers after which tho crowd began to disperse nnd tlio square resumed Its nor mal aspect iiucl his friends drove to Castle Comer Pavltt and Tanner follow ing in their wake At OastlO Corner Davitt ami Tanner addressed au open asstmblugo dilating upon tho affair at Bullinuklll and assorting that Purnoll brought a hired mob thore to attack them Just then tho carriages containing thu Iuruollites paused tho crowd which hootod and pel rod thorn with mud and William Kednuxul appearing on tho edge of i hebnHvd Davitt sent him a mes sage saving if Purneil wouUl agvots to stand beside iflm and a Davltt would reply and would guarantee Parnell a tjnlet hoarluK UodiiKud bure tho tn Iurmll who lustunily ruplkul tun not iu position to treat I am only in po sition to wltilo the Purnnllitos wore jiUlrisslug tht crowd a nmnhor of Pavittu followers got together uuil began hooting Tho IimiolUtes closed around tho vohivlo from wliiuh their orators woro tlio people and tbo polloo appeared and mml divide Iho factions Tho moetlug ended in a scone uf wild confusion and Purmlls friwitds drove oil amid of stones iiul nuiii Kroquont to as sail the party woro made anil several bags tilled with lime woro thrown at them kluv riin tons shooIders wuru covered with Ihno ami u mass of llmo struck Paruoll in tho fact completely blinding him This susult Paruells friends Hiirrlngtuu turned inul jidviutuing toward Jiathor Downey wlio was at tho hour of iurneirs opponents shoutod Coward you aro u disgrace toyour Tho again inttrferod uiul ParnelPs tliiady got away onto tho road Par ovws pained him so that ho was soon obliged tn stop tho ourrlago and entered a laoorurs csihlii ma fainting condition A iocal cluctor uttondoil him The lime cakfrt bonoath tho eyelids und tho doctor was only able to ro IIKIVO some of it by using a silk liundkorchiof and hairoil ho found In tlio caliiu Tho physician tin ally advised Par iiei o drivw I m mediately to Kilkenny So he the carriage and proceeded on journey Hut again tlio pain Duuauie so intiitisithat a second halt vus nmde this lime at t roadside public uouso whore the cloftor made further efforts to roiievo the lerrible pain which Parnell was suffering The doctor was able at this place to procure a quantity ol eastor oil which he pourud frooiv into PurueHs uyes Ua then triod to scrapu off luuro uf tho lime usiug for xhisi purroiio tbc poiutot an ordinary lead ptucU Tho lime had boconie orustod In side tinoycllds and the doctor with tho cruuu lujpiouiftit at was only able to remove tlie torturing substance slowly aud whit much difficulty The doctor apologised to Purnellfor causing him so much pain hutsuid it was unavoidable Paniell ro pliud Never nvlnd tho pain Do your bost dont lot me lose my j liinding that hO wus unabio to remove nil the limo thodoctor to drive with all speed to town and this wus done Arrivlngat the VJotoria Hotel iarueJljittti to be led from tho wagonette to his room lie reclined in armcbairi appureutly 8 and suiTerlng the most intense ag ny He HtHl remains in tho hands of his llackett who attended Pnr n 11 along tho road He stated tonight that all tho lime had been removed but tho p itlont Is still sufferlriKIntensely He said ihit hf did not anticipate from present ap pearances permanent injury to s S1Xta late hour tonight tho physicians said Pariieil was better and would bo able to go out tomorrow HOSTILITIES AT CORK The PrieHts Brutally Attacked and Thrown to the Ground Conic Dec largo crowd gathered at the railway station when McCarthy and flejtly and their associates carno in and made a fierce and hostile demonstration Sticks were brandished and fights ensued be tween the two factions The priests who tried to pacify tho peoplo were brutally attacked Canon Lyons who Is 72 years old was knocked vloleivly to the ground McCarthy was hustled about by tho mob and went to his hotel In u carriage followed by a hooting crowd He addressed a meet ing inside tho hotel while the Parnellltes held a rival meeting outside Tho Parnell ofToJay LONDON Deo The Kilkenny correspondent declares that in todays fights tlio Parnollitos wore tho ag gresMors Ho contrasts the Parnell of today with tho Parnoll of a year ago He says that when Iarneii was denouncing Tanner and Davltt his teeth gleamed and his words wore Issued ferociously It was not tlio low refined voice of Parliament Parnolls face was thinner than tho correspondent oversaw It beforo His gesticulations and familiarities with his followers woro utterly different from anything known in ills career before For AflsuiiltfiiK tho Police DiJHLiN Dec At Nonagh County Tlpperary today the case of Patrick OHrlon a member of Parliament and Michael OHrlcm Dalton nhargcd with as flaiiltlng the police at tho time of tho con spiracy trials was called One of the solicitors for the defense being ill the Court granted a postponement Tho accused woro eodofondarits with William OBrien John Dillon and others in tho Tipporary conspiracy case Baltimore Resolutions Doc Tho committees of Irish Americans to arrange for tlio recep tion to tho Irish envoys tomorrow night parsed a resolution Parnolls past services and eulogizing OHrlens posi tion in Hooking for reconciliation of tho Irish factions OShoa Bobs Up LONDON Dec Captain OShoa writes tho TlmM that ho is taking measures to seen re the needful consent of others to pro duce documents to refute Healys false statements aboub tho election contesta in Liverpool in JH85 and Galway In 1880 TllllEifi YOUNG TKAMPS Thoy Boat Their Way From San Francisco to Omaha OMAHA Deo fSpoolal to Throo Httlo boys tho Hmallosl 10 and tho oldest 13 who had beaten their way from San Francisco occupied tho front seal in tho police court here this morning Their names are Eddie and Willie Bunn and Carl Wilson and they woro taken 1n charge last night by a policeman at tho Union depot Kddlo who was tho spokesman for tho pnrty said ho and his brother had run out of work on tho Coast and had decided to come to Omaha Carl wanted to corno with them itnd they permitted him to do so Eddie remarked Incidentally that Carl was pretty tough and his mother had threatened to send htm to the reform school When they started from San Francisco they had SO among them but they managed to got through ill right ICcldio said and acldod with a beneficent twinkle In his oyo A feller to have money or ho cant Tlio police Jndiro gave tlio trio some fath erly advice about being honest and lot them go Tho spectators raised a small purso and gave It to them JOSEPH COOK ON THE MORMONS MJK KNDORSJEN GKXKUAT IMTIRRAYS COUNOJI Moro Radlctivl IopriKlatlon Mormon Should lio Komovod nnd No SlxoulU HoUl Doc to Cook of Boston tho celebrated lecturer Is at tho Palmer Rouse o is turulng with Mrs Cook from tlio Pacific slope Ho visited Salt Lako City arid other cities iu Utah during his trip to the far West I ngreo with General Murray that polygamy flourishes just as much as ever aud that tho Mormon church has not lost any of Its bogan tho visitor The Edmunds law is being violated right along It will take more radical measures to stamp out thu curse and Gonopl Mur suggests that remedy His Legislature scheme Isn good one nnd to remove tho Mormon Inilegate from tho floor of Congress would bo a stroke that would bring mar velous results No man of tlio Mormon be lief should bo permitted to hold an otllco under tho Government THE RUSSIAN RISIWGERS Will Pass tho Jews on to America LONDON Deo Sun Francisco Chronicle ques tion of Immigration ia exciting lively inter est in England whither largo numbers of lows nro flocking from Kussiiv by way of Germany Tho British Govo in structed its consuls on the Continent to dls courage suchimmigration and to warn in tending passengers not to rely upon nssmunoes of finding employment In Greit Britain The home for destitute Jews is urnl many unfortunates are as sisted to puss on to America The English worklngmon are determined that the four to fivo million Russian Tews shall not be un loaded on and loading Hebrews are endeavoring to plaoute the complainants by statement that the refugees will be forwarded us they arrive to New York nnd other American ports Tlie situation of the so horrible Hint they would probably all leave if permitted In the words of one of thorn the only choice Is botweou baptism and Vast numbers ehooso baptism others risk death in escaping acrossthe nrnny select suicidetho world outside of Russhv will iiovor know tt Is thought that the grout nioetingln Gould Hall WtHlnOsiduy night wlli not pro duce much liiiluenoo upon the who has it by Jncrouslng the severity of tlie laws wlvo Is to he personally to BaronHlrsoh Isorganizing the Russian Jews THE OUTLOOK FOBSILVER No Free Coinage but Greatly Increased Purchases THE ENTIRE PRODUCT TO BE ABSORBED The AntiSilver Men Forced to the of the Washington Clems the New 5fork Banker Writes an Open SALT LAKE TRIBUNE BUREAU 517 Fourteenth Street WASHINGTON D Dec 10 1890 Financial legislation is the ono topic of interest No one listens to prophecies about theprobable fate of tlio Force bill Every one hoods tho slightest hint which sounds like inside information on silver Tho be lief is becoming a settled conviction that wo aro to have no frea and unlimited coinage bill but there Is a positive certainty of such liberal silver legislation as will take oaru of tho product of the American mines The Republican Senate caucus last night not conclusive so far as concerned tho main agrouniont upon a scheme of financial legis lation Tho report of thocuucus committee aprood upon yesterday was presented anrl discussed Tho 2 pur cent bond projoct was eliminated in short order find few friends Tho bullion pur chase provision stfimodto have strength but neither In Its caso nor Inthat of the reinnin ing proportions contained in the cauoiis committees report was final action taken owing it is said to the lack of time Tho expression of Individual views was Indicative of tho willingness of a strong majority of the Republican Senators to considerably enlarge themonthly purchase of silver to the extentof or Tho legislation out lined and which will bo settled at toiuor row nights caucus looks to an Increase of ovor a hundred millions In circulation during the next twelve months and an ab sorption of silver which will oloar the mar kot ol any possible The sharp ad vance in bullion certificates on Wall street yesterday was based on tho probability of Huch action by Congress and the decline to day on a tightening of the money market which precluded speculation Tho Star says Tho struggle between those who favor free and unlimited coinage and the more conservative and cautious financiers of tho fierce and determined Tho mon who would act slowly in the matter of in creasing the currency of the country are being buokod to the wall by superior num bers on tlio othor sldo but thoir irmnefis is retarding the progress of inflation They must yield stop by step or bo swept aside and trampled by thecrowd who aro crying out for more money The purchase of the surplus 8llvor and the pur chase of additional amounts of silver to ro piaoo the retiring bank circulation would nol bo accepted by the onnsovvative mon oxcopt In liou of what they consider the greater evil of froo coinage Tho action of the caucus disclosed clearly boon known to those who observed the situation closely that the general pol icy of tho silver men is to accept any propo sition which has u general tendency toward the enlargement of tiio circulation of silver but not to permit any proposition to be coupled with It which would bo In the na ture of a concession by them In the agree ment reached by tho caucus commit tee yesterday coupled with tho silver propositions was the issuance of longer time bonds and tho reduction of the min imum deposit of bonds for national banks to SlOOO An agreement was readily secured to tho feature of the measure which pro vides for the purchase of thiv surplus silver and for the silver for the retiring bank notes HENRY OLEWSS ADVICE He Offers Some Suggestions on Silver NEW YORK Poo Clews lias addressed an open letter to the Secretary of tho Treasury In which hemakes one o two novel suggestions about silver legisla tion Clowssays Congress should nniond the present silvor law by inserting a clause giving tho of the Troasury authority to clmngu ut his discretion inn periods of thn purchase of silver At present tho law provides for ounces each month which is iibsolnto In plncc of this to provide for tho presentmonoy crisis the Scorotary at his should be given authority to pur chase a don amount in Decombor equal to ounces aud tho same for January February ftiul March and to suspend purchase entirely in tho inonUis of April May Inno and July next important for the people of thocountry to know for a certainty is Unit they can rely upon the present law being ponnHiiont and not subject to changes ofconvenience of every Congress When the present lawlias been in existence a year it will bring out new silver money aggregating in amount about and each year thereafter an equal sum In ten years from date of the passago of tho act tho amount of this money will be about This annual increase I urn opinion will be ample forthat class jinil it would bo unwise to increase it It cer tainly will bo suJlloient if Congress pass at an early date Shermans bill which provides Tor National bills to be issued up tothe par value States This will iu croaso that class of money A Fight With Wildcats BISMARCK N Dis Francisco Chronicle Series News oomes from McLean county of a terri fic encounter on Saturday between a couple of farmers named Haucheberg and Peterson and three wildcats which scented the fresh blood of a deer tho hunters had killed The wildcats followed the inon nndpounced upon them unawares iJoth wore lacerated and their clothes torn from their bodies but they finally killed the animals after a hard found tlie men were unabio to move The three dead cats were lying near them Kock Spriiiffsi Mines Closed CHEVESNE hu ndred miners and laborersat tho Hock Springs mines Railway are on a strike aud the mines are closed The coin panygaye notice Saturday that1 they pro posed payingday work the hour believed that the boiupUiiy iiiteuded forestalling the of the oighthour law introduced in the present State Legislature INVESTING IN THE SOUTH The Duke of Marlborotiffh Invests in Iron and Coal Lands NEW YOHK Dec Dispatch Francisco Chmnicle Duke and Duchess of Maryborough returned to England a week ago andthe friends of the Duke now see no objection to letting it be known that ho was here on business It will be remembered that a number of months ago oxMayor Abram Stevens Hew itt who married the Duke to hisAmerican bride visited London find while there met some of the groat iron and steel men of the United Kingdom At that time tho rapid development of the coal and iron industries in the South came In for a viry free discus sion nnd extended explanation The Duke of Marlborough became greatly interested in what sounded like a romunce Some of Ills New York friends declare that ho de cided at that time on his next trip to the United States to examine tho ground with the idea of associating himself with others and corrallng some of the fortune that is coming out of this development of the South While here ho made an extended tour of Kentucky Tennessee Alabama and other Southern Stutes with Mr Hewitt and lir has secured options cm lands supposed to have coal and Iron products in Northern Alabama and in Tennessee It is not knowu just how closoly thu Duke of Marlborough is jissociated with Mr Howitt in these re ported ventures because tho friends of Mr Hewitt said that they did not wish to dis cuss matters THE FRENCH EDITORS FURY THEY ADVOCATE RETALIATION AGAINST Tho Report of Consul Condors Kloctiou Kill from the Capital IleidV Ainerican Minister Mrs Koid who of spentseveral the cipientS of1 vRoid s was presented aiisaiidjwas afterwards a guest uporrMrs Reid the ordjor Vh igiibst TurkishIdeobrutionituttt WAsntNOTON Deo Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Series B Loom agont of tho United States at St Eticnno France says iri a letter to the State Department that tho press is trying to excite its readers into a state of revengeful fury ovor what it calls tlio injustice of tho MoKinley tariff act This sentiment Is not it is true1 strong enough at present to be says Mr Loomls if a continuation of this press fanning be kept up no ono can say what its ultimate development will bo Tlio cry for specific retaliation was raised by the Memorial an influential paper published here and circulating in a laboring com munity of souls The American in terests which have keen marked for attack by the papers are those represented by United States companies doing business in Franco The vohmie of busi ness of this sort transacted hereamounts to annually so that the American interests threatened aro very considerable and I havo thought it woll this re CONGERS SUCCESSOR WASHINGTON Deo Tho House coinage committee elected Wickham of Ohio chairman to succeed Conger whof resigned to become Minister to CARTERS ootnBAR The bill Introduced by Carter of Montana isordered favorably reported It provides that gold coin may be exshangedlor gold bars but gives the Director of tho Mint power to use discretion and to impose for Much exchange a charge which shall equal the cost of manufacturing them AN EJECTION AMENDMENT Senator Pasoo today Introduced an amendment to the PLniling Election bill It provides that it shall for any person to payror promise topay money to inducio personsto vote or refrain from vot ing to promise supervisor ofelection or appointiriontwitbthat object and to endeavor to influence employees in their voting on a penalty of 8500 Cue and Imprisonment for one year It also requests the o Ulcers of political organizations to with tlio clerk of the House itemized state ments of receipts and expenditures of politi cal funds and the same statements are re quired from candidates for Representa tives under like ALASKAN SURVEY The bill providing for a systematic ex ploration of the interior of Alaska is likely to receive consideration by Congress soon It provides that tho Secretary of War shall send a party into tlio interior of Alaska and appropriates to defray the expenses of tho expedition It is proposed that the party rqmain three years in order that the observations may bo absolutely trustworthy and finally sot ut rest the various and con flicting reports regarding the Alaskan ter ritory SOUTH AMERICAN STEAMSHIlS Information is received at the Bureau of American Republics of tho establish ment of a new line of steamers on the west coast of South America In opposition to tlie Pacilic Steam Navigation Company and South American Steamship Company The capital is mostly furnished bymerchants und bankers of Valparaiso and Santiago Cbili and is already subscribed Tho Minister oftho Interior of Chili rec ommended the payment of a subsidy simi lar to that now paid to tho South American Steamship Company Tho bureau has also received informa tion that the Government of Ecuador which hitherto had no coinage has recently ar ranged for the production of a supply of silver tuonoy to be coined at the National mint of Chili THE UNCOMPAHGRK RESERVATION BIII In the House today the Senate bill was reported with amendments changing the boundary line of the Dncompaghre Ute In dian reservation and restoring to the public domain certain portions of Utah to be dis posed of under the homestead laws A bill haVing similar purposes was vetoed by the President last sesslon TO STOP SILVER SPECTTLATION Hopkins introduced a bill making It unlawful and punishable by fine and im prisonment for anyperson to agree to sell and deliver at a future timo any gold or silver bullion or certificates representing deposits of the same with any trust com pany or bank when at the tinie of making tho agreement the party isnot the owner of the property It also prohibits any stock exchange from listing auy gold oc silver certificates A SUBTREASURY RESOLUTION Pierce introduced in theHouse a resolution instructed the Ways and Means Committee to report to the House by J an uary 5th the The Bone Grafting NEW YORK Dispatch San Francisco CUroniiHe Gethtns and the spaniel the chief ters in the bonVgrafting experiment Charity Hospital have been out apart ascertaihedtonight by reporter despite the precautibnstakeri secrecy made his sick room found Johnny dog The boy talked the dogwas tkken knew GBITICiSiKG THE CENSUS The Democrats of the House Denounce the Count as Unfair REAPPORTIONMENT BILL DISCUSSED Spinola Accuses Secretary NoTlc of Blackguardism and Says tho Cen sus Was a Bill to Be Voted on ToDay vi1 iiiV theiiTJhi6n X Deo tho House MHls us a previous question ofterod 1 concifr rcut resolution providing for a holiday recess from December 23 1S90 to January S iSJl Ro ferrcd to Ways and Means Committee Dunnoll called up the Apportionment bill and hricily explained its provisions There was u diversity of opinion among the members ol tho House as to whether the present represents tiou stand or whether it should ho increased It wjis finally determined by the committee to ac cept is the proper number After mi incllec Uml eJlort to secure an agreement UK to the liiui tiiuon of debUc Dunnell pnve uotice that lie would call the previous question at 5 this niter noon Flower N protested against the passage of the bill ahd severely criticized the census re turns of New York City Mills said ho believed that New York had losfeuumcrnUon to which she was entitled but herkiss was not as great as that of his own Suite which amounted to McHne gave notice of an ia Hunresentarives to 3S9 Outhwaito Ohio stated that injustice has been dono his State in taking the census Unde1the census Illinois had become the third State in the Union It true that Illinois had grown so lapidly nor that Ohio had fallin oil jui The whole census ought to be retaken so representatives could be appor tioned to population und not jiccording to schemes of political advanccnuiiit Frank earnestly julvncated tho bill which was based upon the bill originally intro duced by himself FMowiirYN ollered an amendment increas ing to thirtyfive the representation Irom New York Spinola N snid when the people of New York found they had been wronged they applied to the Secretary of the Interior but found no relief Tho Secretary wrote ablackguard im pudent letter which was unworthy to emaiate from u man callinc himself a great man ilie census as taken by Superintendent Porter ivus a crime ngiiinst tho Republiu It was a wrong perpetrated by the and he knew it and his heelers knew Covert N argued in support of an amend ment providing a recount of New York and Brooklyn and additional representation for the State should the recount show an increase of over the Federal census Lind favored McLtaes amendment to the Apportionment bill He thought it should be satisfactory and just to tlio country It was conceded on both sides that there was a difficulty in regard to the census in New York City In order to appease tho feeling of New York con sidering Its large it would be but fair and just to give that State an additional repre sentative Tbe same was true of Arkansas and Minnesota and this bill while it might fit the theory of the committee did an injusticetoihose Stites Hriggs complained that San Francisco had not had a fair enumeration not ouc enumer ator there being a Democrat Pcul declared that Arkansas had lost bv the in closing the debate spoko earnestly in favor of the bill and expressed regret at the attack mado on the Secretary of tho Interior by Spinola It had never seemed reasonable to the committee that New York should be granted a special privilege No other had come here disregarding the law and he regretted Mint the venerable gentleman from New York should let fall from his lips an attack upon an otllcial of the Government to which the latter could not reply Tho hour of 3 oclock having arrived Dunnell demanded the previous question Blount a motion to adjourn and durinc the progress of tho vote the Democratic members took their hats and overcoats and left the hall showing a disposition to break the quorum on thenext vote The motiou to adjourn was lost yeas IIS nays M5 At the suggestion of IBlount it was agreed that after the two hours debate tomor row t hi1 previous question should be considered as ordered aud tho House adjourned Senate WASHINGTON Dec the Senate in the course of tho naming of business Senator Hoar read a letter from John I Davenport making a vigorous denial of the charges prcferriAl against his conduct as Supervisor of Elections aud pro fessing a willingness to appear before the Senate committee to answer the charges The pending business was consideration of the Dolph resolution providing for an investiga tionwhether the right to vote is denied or abridged in any State with the Vest amendment extending tlio investigation to an inquiry whether by State legislation any man is denied the right to work on public works by reason of his color Morgan in opposing rte resolution called at tention to the Fifteenth Amendment to the Con stitution criticising it and contending that the would be much better had tho Govern ment becii content with the Fourteenth Aniuiid Pendin further debate the Senate proceeded to consideration of the Election bill and Morgan concluded his speech The discussion then temporarily suspended and Pugh gave notice of an amendment requiring that deputy marshals be of pood moral character and able to read and write tions Hoar objected Kenna then addressed the Senate in opposition to ihe Dolph took the floor but soonyielded on a motion to adjourn TWO BANKS FAIL One of Them Owned by ExUnited States Senator Wallace rD Penn Dee Tho Clenx field County closed Its doors this riiornlng Tho depositors ve made safe by a mortgage on estate for three times tho amount of deposits The owner of the hauk is exUnited States Senator William A Wallace The liabilities are and tho assets The excessive tightness of tho money mar ket caused the failure The Clearfield Cdunty Bank was a private concern It rwas several years ago a State institution but how did a collecting and exchange bus iness The depositors have been secured by a judgment bond and mortgage on valuable lands In this county The deposits ag gregate The security is double the Indebtedness The entire indebtedness of Senator Wallace is nearly and his assets are Dec The special from Huifon S says The Hume this morning because of the withdrawal of of deposits The bank officials declare that provision lias been made to every dollar due to creditors v depositors The depositors bad been steadily t with drawing their money for a month past evi dently scared by the financial stringency Iridivldualdepositdby check dwindled down toless tbnn and of de pobit inthe same bank could the strain There is general con fidence in the bank beihp able to carry out their pro raise to Seposits No MrsTNEAPOtis The of the deny of tho Ip w M in n Da kpta EloyatbriCpni MAYBE ITS THE MKIXLJGY LAW Cattle Thieves Mysteriously Going Up in Colorado Doc Francisco Chronicle Series some respect things in Colorado have resumed their old ways and Judge Lynch is holding court pronouncing verdicts and doing his own hanging Last week n ranchman living near iJcnvor had several hundred tons of hay burned by a discharged hand nnmod Joe Baker On Sundny morning his iless body was tound hanging to a cottonwood tree Onr citizens who realize tho fact that our State is well suppliedwith Sheriffs and good honest Judges very naturally supposed tho man had suicided to escape a long term in tho penitentiary It was si published md today a similar case WHS brought to light near Canon City by tho finding of the body of a man apparently 40 years of age hanging to the limb of a cedar tree Whether he was assisted in his jump into eternity by Uie ranchmen living In that neighborhood who havo been missing con siderable stock of Into or whether ho some poor follow just liberated from tho that is located at thnt point anJ preferred a suicides death rather thanbattle with a cruel world will proba bly bo decided upon by the coroners inquest tomorrow At any rate it begins to lonk like Colorado was becoming very unhealthy for cattle thieves and incendiaries A DASTARDLY DEED A SHORT LINK THROWN UNDER A TKAIN TTo Ordered Four Tramps From a Car iiml the YVrotohis Took a Horrible Kc Victim Dies GLENNS FKIIKV Dec to night at S oclock at Mod bury a station on the Oregon Short Line ten miles west of Glenns Ferry John Shul lenborger n brakoman on Conductor Kin noys freight train bound west ordered four tramps out of a boxcar in the train They got off and the train starting Shullon berger stood on tho station platform waiting for the cahooso car when ono of tho four men seized him and threw him from tho platform to the track and under the train while iu motiou Three or four cars passed over the brakcman cutting his logs off bo low the knees He wius picked up and brought the section house by Section Hoss Oronin and earpd for Mr Cronin started for Glenns Ferry and notified the authorities and a special train was dis patched from Glenns Ferry to tho relief of tho injured in of Conductor Baker with Sheriff Smith and Constable Sid Rob erts on board The injured man was conveyed from tho section house to the train caboose and tho train proceeded to Mountain Home the next telegraph office for returning orders While passing Revere switch tho countable noticed a camp fire close to the track Tho train was stopped and Uoberts with Floury Watson Frank Lawrence and Charles Burnett and arrested four men arid brought them on board Hhulleiiberger identified tho four men as those he put olV the train ao Medbury and one of whorii throw under tho train They were arraigned this morning before Judge Slnnott for ex amination on a charge of assault with in tent to kill During the oxnmiuatlnn at about fi p m Shullcnbcrger died Ho made an an te rn or tern statement before Justice Slnnott and identified the four men as the gang of which one or mordMiad injured him On tho announcement of tho death of Shullen bcrger Judge Slnnott dismissed the suit for assault with intent to kill and committed tlio prisoners for examination for murder In the ilrst degree The gave their names as Fred Miller Walter BischolT John Loser and Thomas OHara With tho exception of OHara whose Innocence Is generally fbe lleved the gang wore desperateYnen Shul lenbcrger was highly respected in this town aud leaves a wife and child to mourn his loss Ho was a little over 23 years of ago For a while excitement ran high and threats of lynching were at tho present time bettor counsel prevails THE STRANGLERS ON TfilAL AND GABRIBFXK FACE EACH OTIIEK IX COUKT Each Accuses the Other of Planning tlio Gives Every Gabrielle Says Ejraud lufiucncad Dec Tho trial of Michael Eyraud and Gabrieilo Boupard for the murder of GouiVo been n today Groat In terest was manifested and the courtroom was densely crowded During the reading of the indictment both defendants showed emotion The presidentof tho court gave In detail the history of Eyrauds career showing hirn to have been a bad character since early boyhood When Eyraud was brought to the stand he narrated bow Gabrielle proposed to entice Goulle to her house murder and rob him He gave every detail of the crime telling how GouITe was sitting down with Gabrielle on his knee and when the noose wilh which he was strangled was thrown around hifi uuck GabriHllo declared that the detnils of the murder were planned by Eyraud und that he inJluencedher In a colloquy between the defendants Ey raud stoutly maintained that was throughput cognizant of the intended mur der The woman stoutly denied his asser tions Later Eyraud told of his visit to America in company with Gabrielle Tho latter asserted that when they at San Francisco they were at the end of their resources and Eyraud contemplated murder and robbery with a view to getting a frosh supply of Eyraud denied this A Missouri Offender Arrested Dec Special to TIMB Sherilf Lloyd went down ut Big Hole canon this afternoon and arrested Joseph Forquer on a charge of embezzling from mari In county some ten years The warrantor which Forquer was arrested was sworn out by the of Missouci and FOKJUOT was brought to tills city tooUht and lodged in the county jail to itwait the ar rival of an officer from take him HOW THE WARRIOR DIED First Authentic Account of the Killing of Sitting Bull RED TOMAHAWK FIRED THE SHOT Another Bloody Battle Rumored In Which Fifty Soldiers Were Killed Outbreak Antony the Southern Want to Come to Utah Fears CHICAGO In an interview to dav regarding railroad meeting in TSTew Yorlc Blackstone of the ho thougbrt such meeting at tlitls inoxpedieuii The Alliances which so in State Legislatures are tolview with equanirrtity the foriiiaUbn of rln usso Eastern capitalists which For this and other reasons ttooAlton setid a represijntati ve to the con if Can vassi fromJBiichts ST Dec advices from Standing Rock are to tho effect that tho ar rest of Sitting Bull was decided upon by Agent MeLaughlin when ho heard on Sun day that tho wily old chief and his follow ers woro about to sot out for tho Bad Lands Once thoro it would bo a long time and there would be much hard fighting boforo any of thehostilos could bo taken or starved out Therefore orders wcro given to tho police and they sot out Sunday night tho troops following By early morning tho police bad reached tho camp with tho cav alry threo miles in tho rear ind tho in fantry much farther away On reaching tho police found tho campers almost ready to moveSitting Bull was seized and placed under arrest but not bound and tho police quickly started for tho agency Bnt tho followers of tho old man soon got ovor their surprise and a sharp lire was at onco opened on tho police The police responded in kind and several fell from their horses iiinone them Silting Hull an3 his son Blackbird Tlinoh MHilicino nuin hud tried to direct matters for si iimt by Ifuntlyslioutod orders but his fall upset the They onco rallied how Mini siirruiimtad tlio police who fought iml well but would soon havo ovorpoweril not the cavalry who had been for arrived on tho scene The police wcro it time almost of ammunition and flcht ing liniid to Inmtl but sight of tlio soldiers and the roar ofthe machine guns alarmed tho hostiles nnd they fled up Grand rlvor Tha cavalry followed for but a short distance then returned to camp and took possession of the bodies of Sitting Hull and his son Iour policemen killed and throo wonmierl and it is thought that altogether eight of the were killed Crowfoot trwelve son of Sitting Bull and a number of others wcro wounded Sitting Bulls followers when they fieri up Grand river loft behind them all their tonts and lamilies which will bo turned over to the agency After going a short distance up tho river tho fleeing redskins scattered and went off iu all directions through tho country toward the Bad Lands Some of them may try to tho In dians of Two Strikes band further south whilo others will seek to escape to iho north Uow ever there is cbancc for thorn in sny direc tion The soldiers aro located all around tho Bat Lands and tho Indians will havo little chance to pet at tho few ranchers that lo cated in that district Even if Uioy attompt to small raids the soldiers aro placed so as to hend them The effect of the death of prob was not n chief in of beiiig a leader in battle nnd never been Ho uas addressed as chief but tho wily ambitious old raseal with more of tho than ordinarily credited to tho by work ing thesiipcrfititions ami fears of iliaIndians whatever prnstigo ho had and just how survive him will tnkohisdfiiitn cannot ottiiuated Tho other leaders wiipihated will urely noft seek to avenge his 3enth Still hu hnd gained a considerable following nmonc the ghosi dancers and these may attempt something in revenge The peoplo abound Bismarck aud in the neighborhood of Standing Rock Agency aro yreatly wrought up over tho filling and express fiiars for the outcome Thoy think the followers thnt Bull hud at time of his death will attack the scattered settlors along tho frontier kill whom they can The scene nt the apcncy today IndoBcriba hle The death of tlio Indian medicine men tho llower of the tribe will bo mourned squaws Tor weeks ana thn old will join la luonrninp for tho present Itwill be a prand funeral theso policemen wilr have The death song will continue for weeks TUB FIRPT AUTHENTIC ACCOTONT Tlio PtonetrFreRS has just received from Standing Rock Agency by courier to Bismarck the first authentic accounts of yesterdays hattlo that have been received Tho facts of the trip trip of the police and soldiurB have been already piven The police wero in camp over night near Sitting Bulls camp and in the morning under comrafiud of Bull Head Lieutenant Shavo Head First Sergeant went in and made tho arrest Sitting Mull ex pressed a willingness to go with them but said he wanted to pet ready for the trip Two leaders went with him into his tent after he had ordered his horse to bo gotten ready AVhile the old chief was getting ready two bucks wrapped in blankets entered the tepeand throw inp OH their blankets on the police Sitting Bulls wife set up howl outside which scums to have been the signal for an Ir the flpht which followed Red killed Sitting Bull Many of Sitting fol lowers were killed Bullhead and Shavehead desperately wounded and will undoubtedly die Tnc police wore now surrounded but the mili tary arrived and after an hour itnd a half of hot skirmishing the Indians took to flight and dis in the timber Four police we re killed and mortally Seven hostilei were killed at least A UTS OUTBREAK THREATENED Only Forty Soldiers tx Hold the Hostiles in Check DENVER Dec to A special rocclved here from Durantjo Col The Southern Utes are on the of an outbreak At a lato hour Jast nifht the Ute Indian police Invaded too camp of Chief Engineer Wlgglesworth on the La Plata and warned them tc break camp and leave at once as bad Indians were not far away and that there would he trouble unless they moved atonce They had agreed to waif two days for them to petout and assured the party that they must do It as the Indians were uot afraid of them and said soldlerg badall gone to the north A courier was sent to Fort Lewis and one from the fort was sent are now only forty soldiers at post and all the wiresare down and munication is cut off feared Navajos join them but Agent Bar tholomew thinks the Utea will be he declares that they arerrestless easy The people are not niuch excited ONo further news has been reciilyed of the lio tile demonstration by tho BbutheraV Uics r The party of railroad sarveyors wereordurcd off the reservation sti 11 in The annual aonuity arc issued tomorrow at t0t knownwhat effectit will have Indians The main troubleIs the Utes the Government heap meaningri that theiGpvernment has failed to ratifyJthe two years agofor their to Utah They biveibecomeVeryf restlesswaltirig for and thlsissupposed to be of of their   

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