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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                TRIBUNE is toe only Sevenday Paper published be tween Denver find San Fran cisco and contains the only Complete Telegraph Service in tne Rocky Mountains THE TRIBUNE is delivered by carrier to all parts of the city at 25 cents per week Monday edition included Telephone VXXLXXXX SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY DECEMBER 18 1S90 PRICE FIVE ADOPTED BY THE CAUCU Tc Silver Surplus tosirre Endorsed by llic Senators PROVISIONS OF THt FINANCIAL BILL EstahliHlmiftnt of a Gun PJnrit on UKPublic Arc The SUvor Quota Filled Doc caucus of Sunatorti tonixht adopted tho fifshmno reported tho ran ens with the of tho 2 pr cont bond prujwl which was eliminated so ttiu inuiiHiiro wiM provide fur tlio purchase of sliver bullion surplus a reduction of the compulsory rftqiilnmuntM of bond deposits by Nat lonal an ex of thu National bank to full amount of their hcmcl deports ro of tho In National olriMiliitloii JmlowSWOOO by Treasury on silver bullion 1ovlMion for fron ooimigti when silver is at par for one year provision for H on the conversion of wold coin Into bars ind tho rocoinago of subsidiary coins Thotwttlvo million ounces of sllvor bul lion Is hf during the calendar year not trending million ounctis In any one and is In addition to Uio fimount now to bi purchased monthly This in cam i re was not satisfactory in every to all the Senators but was ac cepted as best possible ooinpronilso Tho caucus also tho on Rules to prfipam and report a oloturo rule It IM understood It will be framed on the of tho rule proposed at tho last by Senator Hoar and provide for ordering tho previous question on any ponding proposition after reasonable tlnio Is allowed for debate This rule Is nob to he reported until the Flnanelat bill presented to tho Senate by the Finance Committee ILANTH FOR GREAT OCJNS Tho report of tlio Board on Gun Factories was sent to the Semite today by tho Secretary of War In his letter accompanying the report Secretary Iroctor that it may be advisable to establish at no llHJarit day a join factory at some point on the Coast of sutll ciont capacity to tho Kims for the armament of that coast Secretary Iroctor further says It appears from the re port that there Is as yofc no plant ready on the Pacific Coast equal to tho manufacture of fencings hut capital seems ready to take hold and hns already begun locate itself with Mils in view at more than one point Tho commission ap piilnied by the President consisted of three ollinors of the army and they were directed to Inquire into facilities for producing forptntfs for hlRhpowor tfuns on the Incilic and in the vicinity of the In dianupolts arsenal tho Hock Island arsenal and somo point near tho Gulf Count and tho ndvlsabillty of erectlnx Run factories for the assembling of KUIUH for iortllloation pur poses KtKfirdlnK tho Watervllet factory tho re port states that It Is believed the limit of the present capacity Is reached and tho tlrno roriulred to complete tho armament cither with the oxIstlnK facilities or with that which would bo addod by tho comple tion of the Waiorvllet factory is too lontr A fnctory should ho located on tho Pad Ho to furnish nuns required for Its de fense but tho board does not consider it this time to recommend tho erection of a third factory at the look Is arsenal at Indianapolis or on or near tho Gulf oust The board estimator that It will take to establish a plant on the Pacific Coast for the manufacture of power guns and for machinery and tools making tho total TIIK OOVRKNMKNT DICIOSITOHIKS In response to tho resolution of tho 11 mi HP Acting Secretary Nettloton has sent to that body a list showing the several banks In which public money Is deposited the pur pose for which deposited etc It shows that there 202 of those hunks 18 of which are marked General and 15 marked Sur Tho banks marked General have active accounts receiving and disbursing public monies dally and were designated as depositories for the convenience of piihlio ollicers In their vicinity Those marked Surplus havo inactive accounts They simply received on deposit to the credit of tho iroasurer of the United States when first designated the amount they were al lowed hold In proportion to the amount of United States bonds furnished as security therefor niui there has since boon noohancje in such accounts except for the purpose of redmln the holding of said depositors by transfer to the SubTreasury No interest ims been or is now paid Into tho Treasury bv any of such depositories In return for the use of the public funds The authority to designate bunks as depositories is con tained In section UoMsoil NOT YO AKbKCT TUKATIKS In tlio Senate today Sherman from the Committee on Korelgn Koltilions reporter a hill providing that the McKlnley tarllT act hall not oc held to Impede or impair tho forco of treaty hot ween tlio United States and any other government TMK StlAKll ItlKCHASKS Tho unoint of sihor olVerod for salo to day was ounces of which ounces were purchased at prices rantfinp from SI 1075 The Director of the Mint today announced having purchased iho full amount of silver authorized by tho for tho month no further purchases will be until lauuary next Senator Poxvor Take Notice Doo Board of TraUe has unanimously a resolution fitvoriiiithe free and uulimltotl ooiuago of American A Worlds Fair Dolny rntCAGO loo telegnim ro C4lvid at WorUVs Fuir from Director Pook saying that Presi dfiif had decided that ho could nor iinw waive tho point that tho City Coun cil might repeal the ordinance providing tin issue of bonds In aid of tho lair luforti issuing his proclamation and that several days would bo required for a per sonal of the point However lie xvruU nccopt proof that tho fnuds wore in bund if rhe bonds actually Issued and placed In tho hands of tho City Comp troller The City Comptroller hns prepared n plan for the bonds which was approved by t lie directors work of engraving will bv commenced at onco It Is believed the requirement of the President will bo with by tho 1st of January SPARKS PROM THE WIRES Senator Gormans residenca Laurel IfilK by Ire A UclgVAii duke bus bueu at Nvw Yorlc nttoirtiit to dejfniud a hotel proprietor AH ex train wrecked near Kreckin and several passoiigers wero palufully ffirvnrtl1 will no ITI the Intfr games next the athletic coni iobcrr Baker of Chicaeo shot a ml killed him homo in the presence of hla wife and a Unstable who hml corao arrest him on a M Jroca his employers THE LONDON SCANDAL It Is Bovivod by a Against Ham mond at Scuttle SEATTLE Dec Oharles R Hammond formerly proprietor of the no torious Cleveland House was convicted in tio Superior Court today of grand larceny Tho developments In tlio case indicate that Hammond waw the victim of a conspiracy of which Alexander Lod hunter Is at tho head Lod hurt tor is supposed to be an English detective find falling to get Ham mond on UritlHh worked up this case against him charging him with stealing a sealskin sacqiif from a woman Hammond that there Is a large amount of money at his disposal In different banks placed there as hush monoy by wealthy He says they are trying to fire vent him from returning to England He experts to get a new trial and in tho event of acquittal will return to London steadfastly refuses to make known tho names of the Englishmen IS THE SILVER LAW VALID ADO MINK0 WXKRS WILL TEST IT IN TH 1C The Power of tho Government to Treat Silvwr an u Commodhy la 1luiiM of tho BIlTor Men itn Dec to The coristliutionwHty of tho present silver luw Is to he tested and tho question of whether tho Government has a right to treat silver a commodity and restricttho amount to ho coined settlor onoo for all Stwenil weeks ago thorn was an informal conference In Donvur of the loading silver mine owners of tho State among whom wore oxSenator Tabor K B Smith Dunnls Shfody llarlev B Morsn and a number of gpnllwimn from Leadvillo and other camps if tho State Thn minus represented wero tho richest In Colorado and also represented the hitgust output The purpose of this gathering together was to fleviso somes plm whoiutiy thoy could advance tho price of silver The mooting somo time and was hold behind closed doors Tho plan pro posed wns simply to tost whether tho Gov ernment had tho right to discriminate against ono money metal In favor of another Several thousand dollars was subscribed on iho spot to defray tho ex penses of tho fight which was to bo made Harluy H the wellknown mining man of Central City and another promi nent mineowner as well as an export wore selected to Inaugurate the light The export left Donvov Thursday night for Chicago to consult some legal authority Mr Morse loft on Saturday night to join his colleague In Chicago and the other reached Washington today Their plans have boon carefully laid An Eastern representative of ono of the Colorado smelters will meet thorn with a bar of silver containing 1000 ounuosof sllvor together with a certificate of itH flrneness from ono of tho Government mints Mr Morse will then inform Mr Wlndorn tho Secretary of tho Trensury that ho wants coin for tho bullion As a matter of course Ills demand will bo re fused Tho Colorado men will then apply to one of tho courts for a writ of mandamus to compel Secretary Windom to purchase the silver When Mr Morse left Denver lie stated that It hart not boon determined which oourt ho wimUl apply to tor tho Ho thought It probable that tho District Court of tho Columbia would besought If however there would not bo too much delay the aid of thn United States Supremo Court would be Invited Tho question at Issiio thoy claim Is not a complicated one It Is simply ono of whether tho Government can coin without limit one money metal while tho coinage of another is curtailed They will also attack tbe present Silver bill on the ground of its lining class legislation and hoiiwi invalid The Colorado mon who conceived the plan have unlimited wealth and they will make a blttor fight SNOW HAIL RAIN AND WIND UNPLEASANT FUICAKS OV THE EAST A Snow Storm Klookndod and Wires ou tlu Now Jersey Const YORK Deo storm today seri ously Interfered with the Tilvor and Harbor business Small boats werosunkand a num ber of passenger steamers which were to have sailed today wero unable to do so Tolopraphlo communication south and west Is seriously Interfered with Numerous accidents in the way of falling signs detached by tho wind havo been reported but none of a serious uharsiotor A heavy storm Is prevailing alonp the Now Jerseycoast At Atlantic City the tide was the highest of the season AtAsbury Park und Lotitf Branch groat damage has bnon doiio IouKhUoenslo reports a heavy storm of snow hail sloot and rain along the Hudson all day and night Trains are also delayed Thn heaviest snowstorm for yours is rnirlntf at Locldiaven At Baltimore tho wind is forty miles an hour accompanied by rain Tho Baltimore Ohio Railroad re ports snow ten inches deep on the Harpers Kerry division Tlio Lohlgh service is badly crippled At Staunton three foot of snow fell and all trains are blockaded tho Storm Center PiTTSTtuuo Doc severe snowstorm has raged hero all day Telegraph tele phono and eleufcrlo light wires are down and business is practlnally suspended On tho railroads no freight trains wore runnlnc and the passenger trains that struggled through wero late from ono to six hours Tho pecuniary loss resulting from tho storm cannot now bo estimated but will necessar ily bn vcrv larcro This olty being almost the storm center has suffered more severely The monetary damage Is very groat All branches of trade especially the railroads and street car linos which have practically suspended hns paralyzed business and caused a total sloppago of operations in the oil and stock exchanges Through the breaking of eleo trlo light wires two horses have heon killed two drivers knocked uncon scious and a streetcar tilled with frightened passengers sot ablaze In a mo mentTho police switchboards and tho telephones havo been burned out and as a the outlying police districts are iso lated Millions of tons of coal aro lying in the backwater from tbe dnm and should a rapid thaw ensue tho greatest damage would bo along tho rivers Reports from tho country districts show even greater damage owing to the hick of facilities for transportation At Bedford two feet of snow Is reported with a complete blocktide of tho lumber business along tho Blue iuul Laurel Ridge mountains West Virginia and oastornOhlo have suf fered greatly und tho situation Is growing worse A sudden flood is the greatest ca lamity now feared At oclock tonight the wns still fulling and had nearly reachedthe twofeet lino A few roofs have bebn crushed In by the weight of snow Snow in the Sunny South KKOXviijLE Dec has been falling in this section since yesterday Tho Norfolk Western road la buriedMu from one to three feet of snow Tu west Virginia the now drlfred badly lit North Carolina Deo blinding snowstorm prevailed here last night and today and Is still raging MILES TAKES THE FIELD the Cheyenne With Four Hundred A FEW SKIRMISHES REPORTED Ball Buried With Little Cere Hostile Braves Number Massacre Ghost Dances at Kansas City CITY Deo Miles arrived here today and is in communica tion with General Ciur Ho knows nothing of the reported encasement at Dalys ranch with loss of life and It is undoubtedly un true General Oarr in encamped at the junction of the Rapid and Cheyontio rivers forty miles utist with 100 men Thieving bands of Indians about there arc cattle and there has been some skirmishing with tho Indians in which one buck is known to have boon killed The troops will soon oross the Cheyenne river and proceed toward Pino Rirlge when trouble may ensue THE NUMBER OF HOST1LES The Highest Estimate Shows a Total oi 75O WAsniNflTON Dec Sohofield this morning received a teles ram from Gen eral Miles dated Pine December Ifith as follows General Brooke reports Two Ptrlko and about olpht hundred Indians now at Pino Rklge Agency ami this with tho other Indians at Pine Ridge and Rosebud are all that can be drawn from tho disalleutod eump The others are defiant and hostile and determined to go to war and hu has no hope that any other ellort at pacification would be successful He esti mates the number of men in the hostile camp in the Bud Lands at 2r0 General Kusors estimate represents 200 men on Cheyenne river and i00 on tlio Standing Hook Reservation making in all 7f0 men Every possible to retain and restrain tho friendly Indians on tho reservations Tho sixteen thousand Sioux who have been restrained and professed loyalty should have positive assurance with tho least possible delay that the Government will perform and fulfil its treaty obligations No information was at the War Department In regard to the reported flpht In which two ofllccrs and tlfty men were killed Tho report is discredited A CRISIS AT DAIRYS RANCH An Attack on the Troops Expected at Any Moment DENVER Dec special to tho News by courier from Dalys ranch 9 says Tilings are about to roach a crisis horo In ditins are seen in all directions and wo are prepared for an engagement at any moment Pickets wore thrown out and report seeing a number of Indians Tho scouts reported that we would bo attacked this morning and the siKiial would bo setting fire to the grass Tho grass has been set fire and a number of ranches are seen They may not attack our camp till night or tomorrow morning A rancher reports several white moii killed on Ohoyonne river The Seventh Cavalry will bo cunt against the Indians and will attack them as soon as possible as a decisive move Is imperative Asquaw man reports 100 hostlles moving toward our camp Wo are 12f strong but havea good position and can reach them with Hotchkiss guns Wo are informed that wo will have reinforcement this evening by four more troops which will make the company 250 strong It Is understood that General Oarr will leave Rapid City for hero Loday with four more troops A BLACK MESSIAH COMING Kansas City Want to Hold Ghost Dances KANSAS CITY Dec TruuirNB Din San Francisco Chronicle Chief of Police Spoers was called upon to day by a delegation Of negroes from two of the lowest neighborhoods in tho oity and iiskedfor permission to hold ghost dances by tho residents of theso localities The men who called upon the chief stated that a Messiah had appeared to thorn and told them to prepare for the supremacy of their race at tho same time the Indians would bo placed in control ID tho West An investi gation shows that there is much excitement among tho most ignorant class of colored people which has been brought about by some man who is going about among them palming him olT as a Messiah Yesterdays Buttles ST PAUL Dee General Rtiger to night roeeiveti telegrams from Fqrft Y a ties and Rapid City on the Indian The former stated that quiet today at Standing Kook and about 100 of Sitting Bulls friends aro still out Tho other was to the effect that ono Indian who had been caught stealing on Coles ranch southeast of Rapid City had been shot There was tiring hoard fortyfive miles from Rapid City on Plummers ranch Indians and ranchmen exchanging shots Init no one was Those two little brushes reported from Rapid City are probably all there was to last nights report of many killed The Seventeenth Starts Out OHEYBNNM Dec Speelil to Seven companies of the Seven teenth Infantry Lieutenant Colonel OHIey commanding left Kort Russell this evening for Fort liobinson by rail there to report to General Brooke for orders Tho battalion includes twentyone ollicers and 237 nicti Many veterans are found in lino and They tako rutlons for thirty days 200 rounds of ammunition for each man and a UotcUkiss machine gun with 1000 Hostiles in Retreat DICKTKSON N Dec A courier from Captain Fountains command on Cannon Ball river says teamsters from the south report a number of Indians camped near White Butte It is believed tliat they are preparing for flight to tho British posses sions Cavalry moved that direction this morning hoping to Intercept them A body of infantry has been thrown out to guard all passes through which the Indians mighty escape A Massacre of Whites Predicted PIERRE 8 Deo White Buffalo who lives on Bad River who came in today says tbe Bad River Indians are glad that Sitting Bull Is deadi Ho says a messenger Sitting Bulls band will doubtless visit the Bad Lands today and that when they hear of the old chief sdeath they will kill every man they The Government hedeclares musi disarm the hostiles at once or serious trouble will eu sue Pew Honors for Bull FORT YATJRS The funerals of the Indian policemen took plaoe this aitefnoon with military Veer Bulls body the post graveyard withfew H P n ry t HI c I fen ry a rti o m be r p f t h Q IS ry tional in Hartford RAILROAD MEN ARE RASCALS President SticJcncy Expresses a Poor Opinion of Officials CHICAGO Dec Dispatch FranHsco Chrnntrtc of the iS7ew Y rc r illroad meeting an inter esting story comes of the refusal of Presi dent Stickney of the Chicago St Paul Kansas City to sign the agreement Ho did not think that such an could or would bo kept Two years ho declared you formulated something similar and it was a failure Railroad men aro not built in such a way that they will abide by this con tract Yon are all gentlemeu here In your private capacity as such I would trust any of you with uiy watch and Iwould believo the word of any of you but in your capacity ns railroad presidents I would not beliovo ono of you on oath and I would not trust one of you with my Naturally this speech created something of a stir in the meeting and President Oakes of tho Northern Pacific became sarcastic Ho wanted to know whether Mr Stickney In his characterization of presidents in cluded the time before ho was ono or had reference only to tho period since then Thereupon Mr Stickney asserted that tho gentlemens agreement proved to bo a lie and ho would not make people think him a prevaricator by putting bis name to another such FIVE BANKS 60 DOWN AN OLO CHICAGO INSTITUTION CJLOSiW ITS DOO US S A Co Ouablo to Stnml tho at Spokane Wartlncr aud Murray Fail CHICAGO Dec private banking house of S A Kean oue of the oldest In Chicago will not open its doors to morrow Mr Koan made a statement to tin tonight announcing suspension Ho declined to estimate tho liabilities or assets but wus of the opinion that every claim would bo paid in full They have been negotiating for some time he said for reor ganization either as a State or National bank and expected to reorganize without stopping It had been found how ever that it would be Impossible in the short time to raise the necessary funds to continue the business with safety pending reorganization It was thereupon deter mined to accept the next wisest course sus pension Our continued naa grown too rapidly the last year or two for our capital and the stringency of tho money market made it impossible toturn over securities again at once after we bad loaned money on them Our nominal cap ital was but in the reorganization it would bo half a The firm which was formerly known as Preston Kean has done a largo busi ness in floating city county im provement bonds issued in the West Theso when not otherwise disposed of would bo pledged to the banks for call loans at Now York and other Eastern points have recently been called heavily and the drain on the bouse apparently reached a limit today Another factor was the circumstance that tbe demand for securities of comparatively nowlysoltled districts suchas largely dealt In by had fallen off to a consid erable extent The deposits in the institu tion recently aggregated and Wide celebrity was given tho house somoyears ago by tho extraordinary interests following the defalcation of its Cashier Keer who was traced to and brought back from Peru and after a long legal fight incarcerated A number of Chicago hankers had a meet in tonlnht after Kean bad decided to close his doors and discussed the local financial situation No alarm was felt as the banks had boon getting ready for any danger of tho kind and public being restored in the financial institutions of the country A temporary flurry it was thought might be created In local specula tive but no serious results would follow The gentlemen present spoke con fidently of Chicagos banks pulling through without embarrassment A Spokane Bank Closed BPOKANK Dec Spokane National Bank ono of tbe largest banks iu the city closed its doors this morning The Immediate liabilities are estimated at W H Hussey cashier claims the assets will exceed the liabilities by The suspension was precipitated by the failure of three tranches Iu the Coaur dAlone mining district the bank of Wallace the bank of Wardner and the bank of Murray Tho bank is known to have boon in financial straits for the past year but heretofore had been assisted by other tanks Tho bank was the United States depository but the Government withdrew Its deposits about two weeks ago Anonymous Bank Wreckers HURON S Dec transpires to day that business men and others having deposits with the Huron National Bank which suspended yesterday received anony mous letters advising them to withdraw their as the bank would suspend the following election This precipitated a inl tbe suspension Telegrams from Chicago and other points were re ceived today offering aid and advising a resumption of business Two Idaho Banks Fail PoRTTjAND Deo is received here that Charles Hussey owner of the banks at Murray and Wallace Idaho has made an assignment Itis believed tho assets are sutlksient to cover the liabilities The sus pension was due to a lack of fupds to meet present heavy demands Another Now York Broker NETT YORK Dec suspension of Ford Is announced on the Stock Exchange He had no outstanding contracts THE IDAHO DEADLOCK FOUR MEMBERS SWITCH FROM TO SHOUP One WillSurely Go to thn In l Tlmt Will End ToDay BOISE Idaho Dec Senatorial deadlock is the chief topic of conversation Tod aya bal loting did not change the general situation On the first ballot the result yas the same as on Tuesday When the second ballot was taken i t was a surprise to many joint ballot stood as f61 lows Du oois 17 13 Olaggett Mcbonnell 5 The Democratio vote was iequaily Mayhqwl The atternoon was spent in an earnest and seen talkingiin iittle fs ruhibredlhatarrangereenU pleted btft ecelvlrig hns yet and rored foriShonp his election w be bad tomorrow REVIVED IN THE GBAVE A Denver Man Meets the Most Rorri Me of Deaths ALIVE BY HIS FRiEKDS A Series of Catastrophies at tho Fu Refuse to Draw the Wliito Dove at the Grave DETTETI Deo to A horrible story of a man being buried alive while supposed to bo dead is published here Ou Sunday November 30th Louis Brenner 35 years of age an employee of tho South Park Railway shops was supposed to have died from overindulgence in malt stimulants Tils funeral was set for Decem ber 2nd under tho auspices of ono of tlio local tribes of Red Men There was nothing unusual about tho services until the coOined body wis placed in tho bearso Then for some unexplained reason tho horses which had been used for ibis purpose for years re fused to go and became so unruly that they had to be changed for another team When the cortege was ready to move tho horses of Henry Speck ono of tho mourners posi tively refused to move and ho was ohligod another animal To add to the list of uncommon and uncanny events a runaway team crossed the funornl proces sion on the way to Riverside Cemetery and collided with a buggy continuing two of tho friends of tho deceased Tho men oscnped injury but the buggy was badly damaged Arriving at the cemetery the coffin was dropped frotn the hearse by blundering at tendants to tho disgust of the mourners Another and more sickening accident awaited them As tho coflin was being low ered into tho grave ono of the ropes broke and for a moment the people wore horrified by seeing the coffin standing on end hi tho grave According to the burial service of tho Red Men It Is provided for the liberation of a dove from a small box placed on the coffin just aa tho first handful of dirt is thrown into tho grave This was finally done after tho coflin had been properly placed in the grave With a feeling akin to superstitious terror some of tho mourners saw the dove flutter from Its cage and alight at the very edge of the grave It would not take wing until It was friehtcncd away by the men who piled tho dirt over tho narrow home of the deceased Tliore were unusually thoughtful faces in the procession that wended its way slowly from the city of the dead The more super stitions began to ponder over tho matter and finally decided to disinter the remains This work was done a week ago last Sunday and to their unspeakable horror they dis covered as soon as tho lid of tho coffin box was raised that the coffin Itself was split and tho gluss in tho cover was broken as if the dead bad come to life and in tho unut terablo agony of a realization of his posi tion had struggled with the mad despera tion of helplessness to free the very grip of a death whose horrors can bo but feebly imagined by the living The coflin lid was raised and tho full horror burst upon them Tho body was lying on its face The linings of tho coflin bad been torn to shreds tho hair was pulled out of the head tho arms wero bent and the hands so tightly clenched that tho finger nails had been sunk into the flesh Tho face of the dead man was dis torted from tho awful struggle through which the man had passed and the cheeks showed that in his frenzy the man en tombed alive had dug his nails deep into his flesh Horror stricken at tho discovery they had made the friends first made sure that life was indeed extinct and then replaced tho lid of the coOlu refilled the grave and left tho place ALL QUIET N IRELAND THE WAKBIORS ON BOTH SIDES TAKE A BEST McCarthys United Ireland Is Still Pub Conven tion at Kuvoys In Deepulr Doc ThoughParnell suffered intense pain from the effects of tho lime thrown in his yesterday he was able at night to address from the window of the Victoria Hotel at Kilkenny a large crowd During the address his face was covered with bandages Ho detailed the events of tho day and tne crowd became exasperated at the manner iu whirh he had been treated Manythreats of vengeance were made This morning Parnells breakfast was in bed A close examination of his eyes revealed the fact that his sight was not injured The surgeon declares however that inflammation may set iu He ordered Parnell to keep his eyes closed and that hot water fomentsbe It is not likely that he will bo allowed to leave his room today In a published Interview Maurice Ilealy is represented assaying that assurance will be given the public that no settlement of the political crisis is probable by arbitration The contest he said will be fought to the I bitter end Notwithstanding tho Injunction Issued against Suppressed United Jrclnnd the paper again appeared entitled SupprcssilAe UinLed Ireland n It is announced this afternoon that tne surgeon attending Parnell fears the injuries to his eyes may result in serious conse He has given orders that for the present his patient shall remain indoors ilennessy has expressed to the committee having the campaign of bis opponent Vin cent Scully in charge his regret for the at tack made upon Parnell yesterday Parnell lias issued a strong appeal to the Hillside men calling on them not to submit to English dictation Qo says in part Will you give up your chief to tba Saxon wolves or will you rally around him as your fathersdid around the men of 38 and shout No surrender hurrah for Parnell the leader of the Independent Irish party Gather meo of Hillsides at St Johns Well on Sunday around your chief and de his enemiesVand the enemies of your ParbeU was1 Interviewed today with re gard to the the fund of years ago for bia ben He said be spent it among the work of Wicklow giving 200iaen employ ment in the mines and whichis likely to prove he has heard a of ruagnetic Irouiias proved He referred to the development inthedistrict and the pos sible developmentfof the coal and great industrial future V inflamed and lie in under 7 sent Ji cabl egrtim ex preens tne deepest regret at thei Parnell and stating that the ofylo leuce and the language on sides will ruin the Irish cause in the eyes of and fill the Irish people with despair OConnor in iu interview said 5f kopt on his present stand even if the elec tion lost at Kilkenny the causo would be irretrievablv lost A CORK CONVENTION The Mention of molls Klicits Cheers anil Groans CORK Deo city and county conven tion assembled hero today Tho hall In whioh the convention was hold was crowded with delegates and spectators The mtvno of was prootoil with Lhecrs by the delegates hut the crowd groaned it The chairman read a from Patrick giving instructions for the trmsfer of his shares of United Irflaiitl stork to Mc Carthy McCarthy in an address ioclarod that if the Irish party wanted authority or sanction for what tmv had done the mair nilicent there assembled gavy it to thorn After such a meeting they would bo entitled In the name of tho Irish people and they would have a still better so to speak after the election in Kil kenny Resolutions were pnssod expressing ap proval of McCarthys course A Inborn I Loxnov made a remarkalvh speerh at i private Un ionist caucus at Kinniiigham tonijrht Among other things be said within a week certain former friends In the Gladstone party had reopened negotiations with him for a reunion on tho basis that Parnoll having rendered home rule impossible they saw no reason why a Liberal reunion should not be formed lie had replied that such course was impossible because Glad stone detailed home rule in the front of his programme However recent events had Opened tho eyes of tho Giodstonian mod erates who might with tho Unionists and Tories in the formation of a truly national party devoted to progress In the most sense in a speech today declared London Tories paid Parnells election ex pensus in I Another Knvoy Gone Nraw YOKK Dec ono of the Irish envoys and Mrs Sullivan passengers on the While steamer sailed for Liverpool today EUSTIS SUPPOSES A CASE A 1JREATC IN TUB MONOTONVT OF SENATE PROCEEDINGS Dolpli Refuses to Discnss Hypothetical ln Connection With tho Election Kojipportioument N Dec Tho morning hour having expired without anything of import ance having been done tho Senate resumed consideration of the Election bill Dolph resumed his speech of yesterday upon the subject Dolph held it to be the duty of Congress with malice toward none and with charity for to exercise to tho fullest extent the powers under the Constitution to secure to every citizen of the United States native or foreignborn white or black rich or poor a free exercise of all his rlchts under the ho would put n question to the Senator from Oregon and would ask a frank answer Thequestlon was If tho immigra tion of Chinese had not been prohibited if there wero a million and a half Chinamen in Oregon who had the right of suffrage and who established in Oregon a Chinese State Government and if the people of Oregon had overthrown that Chinese Government and reestablished white political suprem acy would be in sucli a case advo cate the passage of a law by Congress the intent and effect of which would be to en courage stimulate and sustain those China men in their effort to recover political power onraeo linos Dolph said that was precisely the argu ment made on the Democratic side of the Chamber Vill the Senator answer my question Dolph Im not going to ho Interrupted But I request tho Senator from Oregon to answer my question I will ainswerit In my own time but will not stand to be criticised I simply tell tbe Senator from Louisiana that the proposition is preposterous Tho Chinese do not ask to become citizens of tho United Slates Hut I will teli the Senator from Louisiana that the people of Oregon will never raise a hand against the Government of the United States They never will fight against tho Hag of their country Eustis persisted In his efforts to have his questioned answered mere directly but without success Then Morgan took the floor and quoted a clause from tlio constitution of Oregon re stricting the suffrage to white citizens and a section from the statutes of that State prohibiting the intermarriage of whites and negroes Indians or Chinese and closed with an exclamation against hypocrisy After arguments H gainst the bill by Kenna Keagan and liutlur Coke obtained the lloor and the Senate adjourned HOHHC WASHINGTON Dec After a long de bate today the House passed ihfcApproprt ation bill without 187 naya 82 The negative vote wus as follows Algernon Fowler Peel AilD Peiinmgtou Andrews Goodnight Parry Barnes Bare Pmuow Ulaiiclmrd Henderson Price Quion Herbert Richnnlson Brickncr Robertson Urookshiro Luno Ropers Brown li Lawter Bruimer liuckulew y Buiiii Marsh Martin Similar Cariith Msirlin StaUluwkcr McAdoo Stockdale Clancv McCarthy Truccy Clements Tucfcwr Cobb MeCreary Turner Covert McMillm Turner N Crisp McRoa Ciimmings Montgomery Waddill Dunuhy Miitchler A piijs Oates WhiUhorne Knloo ONeill Wifce Fithlan Outhwaite W ey Flower Pnrrett Foreman payntpr Yoder Tbe House then adjourned The Suspension Temporary BOSTON Dec With regard to the Portland dispatch stating that the work on the rojid now being constructed from Port land to Seattleis to be suspended Vice President Lane of the Union Pacific saysthe suspension is si nd made in order to make some further investigations along the A Valuable Picture Destroyed NEW TonK Dec Christ Episcopal Thirtyfjifth street and Fifth avenue was burnedUthis The church was vacated two years ago Re cently painting The Idealhood of pat on exhibition In the Tlve picture valued at The damage to the church is Giibrielle Roraparif s Account of tlic Murder of fiouffe THE STOSY OF HER PAST MISCONDUCT Further Proceedings in tho Fnrnons French Medlmry Trag Four MJssoula Indians Will ViUajjo Coxincil Ar Criminal Record TDoo San Francisco Chrtmiclc of the interest centered In Gabriello Bompards testimony in the murder trial yesterday bo cause of her claiming to havo been under hypnotic influence during the murder of GonlTo It was as follows were born of good family you had to bf ivNpcllii fiinn school owing to bad comhict and conrso Innmiauv nftcrwartl you wero taken Inium mid there you had Hoveml scandalous in you and cnino horo to Paris when horo n us we rod an ofTor inji a situation in a tirm at Fribourg of this firm Kyruuil wns a partner thorw you met him how lo you theso relations between a girl of a man old enough to bo your Poverty is the of mftiiy thinps has just told us ho rondo yonr on boulevards where you wero si iissolute woniiiii It is fnlsrt I enmo to know him only through thv advertisomont that I answorcd oilerinc nn soiMiring this position you flo jou rend novels sinokod allowed him to yon tr houses of bad lie often beni you because of your misconduct with other men Why did you not leave A Prosident I couUl not him Ho bail so great an ia ihuuico mo you not know to tho contrary If you cannot priStni a nrguracnt than that to tho jury 1 dont think will you Kynuui mainiains that you gavo the idea of crime Witness admitted that she had bought a box and cords hut did not know what was to be lone with thorn She made a sack without knowing what Eyraud intended to do with it If she refused to do as Eyraud told her to do he would havo beaten her That srtid Gabriello I dined with Kyraud at a rostiuiraut near Magdallno and after that I purcluisod iho box MK cord but Eymud did not toll his intention to commit tho murder uftcr wo reached homo was impossible for mo to give tho for Kyrand tliroatencd to kill mo also if I why did you not give Gouffo warning when you oponed the door to lot him in that would havo been i in When GoiilTc cume ho walked right in sind tat down on the nota 10 talk with me Eyraud who hidden behind the bed tried to throw the noose over the mans head but failed to do fJoulTo turned niukly to KCO what wan going on behind him and Hyraud knocked him down stvanplcil him with his hands I screamed there wero neighbors who I believe testify having lioaril mo Kyrand wits brought into court to listen to Grbriellos Sho continued the murder Eyraurt took off all GouftVn clothing find cut up tho body put tho pieces a trunk HIM left tho house leaviug KIO tbcro alone with Eyraud strahglcrt Gouffo bodid it with a corrl ami as ho was sitting the body In a chair you said to him Pnllhim up and you Gouifos uycs wero looking at yon uml you saw lio was not dead 1 say that Yes you Hnid just said Eyraud Gulinellu went on Tho dny after the mwrdcr I went to Lyons with tho corpse of in tho trunk Upon returning to Puns I went back to jny apartments to got ISyrnuds hat ho having worn Gon Ifes away by Gabriolles testimony for tho day ended boro VBSTISRDAYS PROCBBDINOS PARIS Dec Tho trial of Michael Eyraud and his former mistress Gabriello Bornpard for the murder of Notnry Gouffc was continued today Eyraud persisted In his statement that Mile Bompard conceived tho details of tho crime and that she passed the nooso around tho victims neck while the latter was fondllne her at her home Mile Bompard denies all of Eyrands statements and claims that the part she took In tho crime was duo to tho influenceexerted over by Eyraud During tho proceedings Mile Bompavd was seized with a violent fit of hysterics and was carried screaming and kicking from the court room When sue returned later she was very pale Garanger with whom fine fled from San Francisco replying to a question from her counsel said ho had repeatedly hypnotized Mile Bonipard who wad a remarkably impressionable subject THE ML3DBURY TRAGEDY Examination of tho Tramps Who Murdered Shullenbcrgcr GLENNS FERRY Idaho Dec Special to Tho tion in Judjie court of Fred Miller W N Bifichoff Thomas OHara and John Loser on a charge of tho murder of Brako niaii 1 II ShuJlenbergcr at Modbury on Monday commenced today and was con Llnucd until 0 oclock p m A chain of strong circumstantial evidence that points to one of the four being guilty has been woven and submitted to tho Court The is not yet half completed reported here that an Important witness for the State who claims to have seen man throw Shullcnherger under the MOV ing train was today arrested at Hunting ton Oregon Deputy Sheriff Roberts inp t hat n lynching party was organized to secretly conveyed BIscbofT Loser ahcl Miller In a covered over Snake river county and has them con cealud tnd under guard OHara is at lib erty on own recognizance to appear Jji court until discharged Uo Is nocent but can furnish important dream tantial evidence The parents and of the murdered man will arrive here to night from Oregon After the conclusion of the examination Sballennergers antemor teni statement wlUbe published j THE INDIANS HANO Governor Toole to Grant m Respite HKLEXA Dec to TIIIB Governor Toole today res pite In the four Indians sentanoed to be hanged at Missoula ohTriday v A pe titlon by thirty five men and thirty Woitnea was presented but its claim was hanging was Inhuman Nlnetxonfcbii of Missoula upon the the execution at Indiiin affairs ol the Governor families aredrawn by curiosit The Court Inquiry on of the British IQ the In Son h titieji c   

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