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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE TRIBUNE is too only Sevenday Paper published be tween Denver arid San Fran cisco and contains the only Complete Telegraph Service in the Hocky Mountains f THE TRIBUNE is delivered lay carrier to all parts of tbedty at 25 cents per week Monday edition included Telephone No XXXX 239 ATTMORTOF8LJAMES SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY DECEMBER 10 1890 PRICE FIVE CEKTS London Gossips Retire Minister Lin coln and Appoint Astor WHAT IT COSTS TO BE A MINISTER The Kmpresfl of Germany Givow Birth to u onHternatioa of the KUH KIJUI JOVVH The Jrinh General Foreign News aLownow Dispatch Kan Mln Lincoln went away from hero to bury his son Abraham in America bo told sev eral prominent Aimjrioftiifl whom bo had no for deceiving tliat ho had no In tention ot resigning as Minister to tlio of St JamftH Ho Hivld that ho in in return and fixed within a dayn Mm cf his return In fact Minister Lincoln left natters in such a shape hero that ho would be obligor to ro if only to put his houso In order for a Iuring thft last few diiyn tho unincl ground in London that Minis ter Lincolns ret urn simply meiuiH to close up his tiiriiii prior to flnul departure Certain peopliherr been cir iiilniinr InnU from uuthoritnttve private sour ces inAmerica that Minister Lincoln would ru sign the llrsi and that i Imin Waldorf would succeed liiui us It would hunlly be nir to that reports nr due u dropped hy Mi AIM since tlieir arrival here but they Inivo net taken tlu slimmest ptuns t Mr Inis long hcon anxious to cur some doc in injury In London but hurt hlthrto been nimble u very decided impression He could only his lot wiih peoplewho have UN much money us he has aim quite HH willing to upend it It U ennv ti mention a Americans wlioiu the Astors could buyout 11 thousand over whocowld come here and receive wore Muttering iiUeinion from right sort f people in week thim AH tors could commund in a year The niiMin given on lids side of tho water or Minister to run ouUns that he finds it loo expensive The salary of 11 United Sfiins Minister to London is a year Outof this ho must pay his own hoiise rent and the expeuxi of eiiterUiinmi The of Mm UniUjfl Legation in Victoria street lire of course Minister Lincolns furnished house In Cromwell road costs him aboiiI toOM a year In Since he has been there unfortunate death of his son precluded all possibility of meyting social obliga tions At tho mine time thoro is no that no Atinister could have como henum the salary al lowed him by the United States Government and hope to entertain in a manner with the diplomatic representatives of other nations are scores of men and women in London nnd among them Americans who will t 0iteclly spend more money in giving on dinner pnrty or hall tlnm theyciirly milury of the Minister amounts 11 Ierhapw the best uriitirhilrior among tho diplomats in London IM M WiKldlnjiton the Mis salary from the French Cinvcrninent amounts to ayoar yet if is thoroughly wellknown people in the diploniulic sot that hn spendfl the of it besides a liberal supply frrin his private jvursn In prnporly social position THK 11USII Pjirnoll IH Out Makes Two floe At a moottnK of tho Inn of Kilkenny today some rnum bcrs and attoinptort to pass a resolution doclarltiK 1 favor of Umaiittssy candidate of tho tbyllcs Thu Ianioll mon objooted and tbo motting was In an uproar Some of tho Ilinitill members In tliolr outbunlastlo sup port of oandldate obivlloiiKod tholr npponontH to fisht Fltially tho Mayor who is it McCMthylto and otbor supporiorK of Hirnnossy withdrew from tho mooting Tho Inrnollltos olootod a Chairman and passix a nHolutlon oxprosylnK oonll cloiice In tliolr loador An on pollMoal situation In rnitfd Irilaml says the at I bo coming 1arliaiuontary nlootUn In Kilkenny toiiclnw Irelands as a nation Tbo main tonanco of tho central Idea of tho National ists dcpids on froedom from alien dicta tion Men of spirit and Judgment should have Instantly roptdlatod Uandstonos pro tension Thu plot to degrade 1anioll the paper says was hntchiux for years arid tho conspirators only awaited n chanco to put their sehonio into oflVct Pormonal hatred vanity envy or ambition moved many of tbe plotters while others weru aotuatod by baser motives Healuys putrid scurrility Tanners rulllantsm and Davltts raiHorous jealousy miserable potiinoss aud sinister viHousness are significant Tbe chapter of the Catholic Dloenso of Dublin lias adopted a nsulution urging tho oecloslastUal authorities to abstain from action lu the innuMl matter tbo Cathollo lalry btdnjj tllvidcd on the question rarnell left Kilkenny today to attend a at Gores Hrklire and Ho Uft tbe hotel in a closed oarrbiKO U Is right rye was covered with batulasies and It Is not expected that Uo will speak at oilhur iii ec ting Paruell wont to Gores against the protests of his doctors driving twelve miles in the bitter cold A large crowd mot them and a meeting was held Itedmond made it speech in whloh his reference tothnllme throwlug worngreeietl withcrUSof pjiriiel addressed the crowd ami later spoke at iowraii recolvod with groat enthusiasm One Says IM IMornlly Io Hypnotic Influttiico Hoc IS At tho Eyraud trial to day lr Brovadel who was doputod to examine Into the mental condition of Mllo Uompard expressed a conviction that she wutt perfectly responsible for her actions although she would come under the cate gory of morally being n person that would commit a crime with Indiffer ence lr Siuiieste physlciun of tho Uom pard household said ho had hypnotized Gahrlolle and bellovod it possible tlmb ih t Kyraud had Dr Hrovardol denied tho Influence of hypnotism Dr Voisin svtrore that ho hud Gabriolie but declined to ouior into details Her counsel asserted that Voisin had important from the prisoner and demanded that he state them The public prosecutor opposed It and blamed Voisin for having resorted to hyp notism Tbe president of tho Court docldod that the mutter ought to bo dropped Tho audience protested loudly and tlio court was cleared UJSJOXC1NG AT BERLIN Gront Ado Ovor the Rirth of an Im perial Infant Hoc Augusta Vic toria has glvon birth to a son Kmporor William attended tho performance of Tannhauser at the opera house last night During the opftra his Majesty wan hanclori a note which announced tho ac cyucheirjont of the Empress The Emperor hurriedly look his departure for the Tne reason for his abrupt exit was com municated to the mauagftr of the opera house he at once went upon the stage and announced to tho audience that the Empress had given birth to a Bon Tho announcement waa received with the groat ost enthusiasm the audienoo rising to their feet hurrahing and shouting Longlivo Kniprrur and Tho orchestra played tho national anthom the audlouco singing the words of the hymn CIRCUMCISION A A Jcwiwh RIME Fatlier Arrested by iho AuthoritiCH LONDON Doa Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle advices state that at Olviopol In Southern fiusHln a Jewish father has boon arrested for having his child circumcised and tho polloo art looking for the Rabbi who por fonnud tho but disappeared on InarnlnK that ho was btslnj soarcherl for Thn oluirfsu ruado Is criminal maiming It Is tho first tirno that any such prosecution lias boon instituted In Kusslu alMiough tho rito of clrciirnciKion is nob oxpressly per mluod by law Much conatomalion exists amoriK the Jews In the vicinity tho rico bolrifi consldorod IndlsponBiible to their Krnpcror William on BKUMN Dec William in a spooch on Wudnosday at the clusinx of tho dducaMonal con fort rice rofurrlnK to the fact that surprise was expressed because In hia speech upenlntf the conforenoe he made no alluIon to religion said he would mako It asacred duty that a Jlirisiian spirit was and Increased In tho schools Wo are lie said In a period of transition hastening toward a now century I believe T have divined tbo spirit of the time in this matter as in tho matter of Kociai reform and am resolved to venture Into paths that if riot troddon now wo would bo forced to trend twenty years Tho Emperor concluded by again Impressing upon his hearers tho necessity of paying special attention to tho study of modern history Opposed to Home Rule Dec Mr Park rnorlora tor of the Presbyterian Assembly of Belfast has issued an address to his brethren in Urout Britain In behalf ho says of a mil lion arid a quarter of Irish nonconformists aro unanimously opposed to home rule cop I in tin shape of u local Kovornmcnli conferred by the Imperial Parlia ment which is alonocompetent Lo deal with any remedial legislation for Ireland Tho Pope LONDON Doc Jlailu Graphicts Koine corrospondonl says the fopo approves tbo wish of tho bishops antl1arnoll mani festo but declines to ruako a public stato luent on tho dissension in tho Irish party The Siberian lloiul ST Doc Govern ment having tho matter In chaiKo has decided In favor of a northern route Cor tho projected Siberian railway FUTURE OF THE GOLDEN STATE RESOURCES HALF JDJSVKJjOJPJflD ONLY KIoli Gold nnd Sllvor Tot to Ho Umlwr Hop n bit can Uo Youngs Eloquence NKW YOTIK Deo Dispatch Francifico Chronicle Series Mail mid reporter In Interviewing Mr M U Ho Young of Has Californiii any special ou nil Ida to for thn PrnslUiticv At iinsiiil tho in Culiforriin aro not PriSidtiitiii onmltcbite Wo know Hint whfiovor may by tlio will rrwlvi llio iilcctoral of tho Tin1 niiw UiriiY hnl si bonnllcial tilluot in lnlifnrniii as soon if wint into till tlio Dnmoonitio prevarication Ux1 pnoplo iijipridatud tho its provisioriH hnvo so in noli to in our State puoplo nro soulivc to tin v nmnsiirrfl that will protuot their pro thiil impossible for tho few Dnmnorufio o fliHifiive them hy phili tinlcM about ullugml hiuiutms of trnde Kvory dny producers ILK well IIH oonsnmors rocos tlin ilfSviiiiMiRes of tlu msw tsiriir Then is Culiforiiin Innsnot pro find is only in its infancy Tho iiDulo no and tho Republicans curried Mu day us Dues wruit freeoninngeV We want our silver to become viihmble as monov and not us si Commodity We do not wish iind made the only sliiiulnnl I present iirnuigemen wliijih Uie use of HI much silver per month is tory in the n free Niitiirully wtiwiint silver to have ft fair mid not be kept out of ciriMiliitiiin have rich ininnsof silver and pld in the Stitto nnd more riuh mines will be discovered I do not tho richest mines have yet disoovered In the llrst eiliinent nniny vuliinbln mines were abandoned As soon us the irreivt Coinslook lode was discov ered there i rush to that region slumbering in thn bosom of the inniintiiins nnd in the pluoer worked gullios mid yulloys ivre rich deposits be voml the dream of Some duy these de posits will be discovered nnd irrent will ho rush Alrendythegrowtli of Caliloniin is won derful mines nro now being worked bv corporations The stocks of these mines are not listed because their pwners do not euro to sell They making large dividends mid am KHtislWl iCich esirth that sil ver ulso yields grivtn nnd fruit in urreut abmuhnicc Fruits find cereals ciittlo gold tuid thiilwr nil olter indiuRinent to small capitalists mid the industrioii hi borer and yet our common wealth is just on tlio threshhold of n future Good Republican rule has wrought all this pros purity ami people know JOHNNYS NEW JLEG Tho Wonderful Oper ation Is landed NEW YORK Dec Dispatch Francisco bouo grafMng case of Johnny Gothins and his spaniel Gyp is now practically at an end This statement is made upon tho authority of House Surgeon Nowtnan of tho Charity Hospital on Blackwtills Island wlio this morning told a that all that now remained for tho completion of the opera tion was rost and qulot for Johnny and the united bones Tho surgical part of tho operation is entirely said Dr Novman but it may ho weeks or possibly months heforo the unqualified success of the operation Is assured It will not bo long noforo Johnny will bo on sticks and allowed to make his way around His log is now Immovable being hound tightly Jm a plas ter cast and by Iron bauds Tho cotton In side the cast will prevent any injury to tho bone union so ihevo is nothing to hinder Johnny from walking around ion Dr Nevnnixn would not say whether ur not ho considered that tho operation had or would prove a complete success THE ALABAMA STK1KE Shops ACCEPTED AS A MAKESHIFT How FreeCoinage Senators Feel Over the Compromise THE AGREEMENT SATISFIES NO ONE Some Bitter Language Used in Can Stewart Was Furious Bill Reported to the Semite from tho Capitol SALT LAKH TRIBUNE 517 Fourteenth Street WASHINGTON D Doc IS 1800 The Senatorial caucus which it was hoped would sottio tbo question whether Congress proposed to got down to work or not has corno and gone Tho outcome is not en tirely satisfactory to any ono There was a bare quorum present Thero was much wrangling a considerable amount of bad blood and a general exhibition of how badly the party is split on the entangled ques tions discussed Tho silver mon who wero present boiled over In their wrath because any solution but free and ooin was seriously considered Tho gold bugs headed by Aldrich and Hoar wero in dlgnaut that any further legislation should bo proposed Tho Election bill and a rule to close debate wrapped thomselvos around th Silver Purchase bill and increased tho con fusion Thero was somo bitter language Indulged in by Seimtor Stewart und a vigor ous exchange of compliments between two other Senators Tho agreement finally reached iiftor numerous libation had been poured out to Republican harmony satis flod no ono It takos up worth of silver bullion surplus increases sil ver purchases to maintain tho Natlona Hank circulating medium at issues cevtlJicatos to some on trade dollars and coin and pro vidos for an international bimetallic con ferenco and for free coinage when the parity of tho motals has been maintained for a year Most of tho free coinage Republicans are willing to accept this as the best obtain able makeshift but several aro as wrathy a Stewart that froo pure and simple was not endorsed Tho bill will probably pass tho Senate but not without exhaustive debate If It is reported from the comrnltto promptly before tho rule tc close comes up It may be got through before tho end of December Under any circumstances the Democrats aro likely to propose a free coinage amendment if for no other reason than for tho sake of embarrassing thoir po lltloal opponents PORTED TO THE SENATE WASHINGTON Doc Senator Shorman to tho Senate from tho Finance Committee this morning Financial bill agreed upon by the Re publican cauons last and it was re committed to the Klnanuo Committee The only change of consequence mado was to limit to banks having a capital of fifty thousand dollars operation of the provision reducing to ono thousand dollars tho com pulsory requirement of deposits of bonds with tho Treasury In addition lo tho features of the bill heretofore described tlio measure contains n requirement upon tho Secretary of the Treasury to Issue Treasury notes to the amount of bused upon abraded and otherwise subsidiary silver coin now in the Treasury Also Senator Al lisons proposition for an international ar rangement to Bocuro uniformity in ratio in silver coinage with n provision for the ap pointment cf three commissioners to rep resont tho United States and an appropria tion for their salaries and expenses in 13 INTKKNATtONATj JIONBTA11V COMMISSION Tho recommendations of tho FanAmeri can Congress for a mooting of an interna tional monetary commission having boon adopted by all tho American ropnlvIcs Frislclont Harrison has issued a call for tho first mooting at Washington tho first Wednesday in January next AIMMIOVED BY THIS PHE8TDT3NT Tho President has signed tho bill provid ing for tho ruaintonanoo of discipline among tho customs o dicers Also tho joint resolu tion providing for tho printing of decisions of tho Department of the Interior regarding public lands and pensions THE PARSON SETTLED IT How a Kansas Judge Brought an Ob stinate Jury to Time WICHITA Dec Dis Francisco Chronicle The jury in the caso of Nellie Marers charged with robbing John Yosh and then throwing him while In a drunken stupor from tbe third story of a house of ill repute had been out fiftytwo hours last night when Judtfo Ualdorson announced his determin ation to have i verdict before morning He did not his plan but at 3 a took Rev N E Harmon to tho court house The bailiff ushered the reverend gentleman into tbe jury room Mr Llarmon then com menced roliRious services tho jury joining in the singing He then delivered an hours discourse upon the immorality of the soul and after a closing prayer left the jury to themselves When court opened tho bailiff announced that the jury had arrived at a verdict It was Ono of the jurors said tho verdict was reached on tho first ballot after tho close of tho religious services The de fense will appeal the caso alleging miscon duct on the part of tho Judgo and his bailiff THE CHICAGO BANK FAILURE THE O T U HAD DEPOSIT ON POOR LO AND THE TROOPS A Few More Skirmishes but Jfo Loss of Life A BAND OF COWBOYS DRIVEN BACK Several Ranches Surrounded A Wagon Train Account of the Sitting Bull Battle of Bull of the Police Koan nnrt Hid Cashier Arrestnel The Assets and Inabilities Woolen Mills Financial A MURDERER HUNG All FoiiTUiries and Machine May Bo Closed BIUMINOHAM Deo coal strike has assumed a serious turn that threatens to close every industrytin the dis trict Tho Amalgamated Association of Iron and Stool Workers passed a resolution of sympathy and pledge of support to the strtkors They acres to refuse to work with coal mined by convict or scab miners if tbe strikers ask them to do so Pat McBride of the executive board of United Mine Workers of America says he oannot setfclo it ho will oall out all the iron and steeU workers This means the closing of all tho rolling mills foundries machine and throe thousand more mon will join the ranks of tho strikers Tho strike has already seri ously Injured business There seonis no prospect of settlement How Arthur Day Disposed of a Super fluous Spouse Doo Hoyfc Day who murdorod his wife by pushing her ovor tho clllVat Niagara Falls lnly last hanjred at this morning Tho oon demmul man walked bo the scaffold firmly and witha smile on his face Day com mitted bigamy under tho namo of Arthur Hoyt andhis second wife having discovered name it became necessary for him to decide betweenthe two women He elected to live with his bigamous wifo Day took his first wife and his sister to Niagara Fulls but of the three only hlssistor and he returned about a week later The second proceeded against him for bigamy and his arrest followed When the trial com menced Days sister guided a detective to whore tho body of the llrst wife lay at the base of a cl I ft 150 foot high She testified to her brothers pushing the woman over His conviction followed TWO OHIO EXECUTIONS The Terry Funeral WASHINGTON Deo a mili tary for tho lato MajorGeneral was tendered by the Secretary of Schoflolfl but was tlio family it having de cided noti to httve any military display But for the Governors Interference There Would Have Been Three Boo was to have been a triple execution in the Ohio penitentiary tonight and Governor Camp bell last evening gave his final decision as to why ho would not interfere in either caso Smith was convicted of the murder of Ste phen Skldmoro in Pike county and has been glvQn four respites pending investiga tion of his Notwithstanding his deci sion of last night Governor Oampboli to nipht gavo audience to Bishop Wattorson and Attorney Booth and consented to grant another respite to March 20th The other two men were executed Elmer Sharkey for murder ot mother a widow near Eaton Treble county January 12 1SS9 and Henry Popp for tho murder of MorrisGre ther a saloonkeeper at Canton TriiiiscontineTital Commissions NKW Dec A meeting of East ern passenger of thc transcontinental roads was to consider the mat tor of commissions on im tu igranit A announced that they had ao ex istiuK contracts for A discus sion on the alioJishing obminis lihiilly resulted1 of a committee to plan the present euoruiou8coniniissibus are paid and brouglit CniCAQO Deo A Kean doing a banking business under the name of S A Koan assigned this morning as ar ranged for last night Fenuell attorney for the banker says the failure was tho result of a steady drain on the finances of tho in stitution for tho past two weeks Reports detrimental to tho bauk wero circulated re sultinc in tho withdrawal of over within that time While there were plenty of securities in tho bank they wero not marketable under the present monetary conditions without sacrificing thorn Tlio attorney says tho assets aro ample fco pay tho liabilities in full It Isexpected a statement of tho assets and liabilities will bo made tomorrow It islearned that the deposits amount to Most of tho depositors aro well todo people who will nob suffer severely through their losses Very low poor people did business with tho bank This after noon warrants were taken out for the arrest of Mr Kean and his cashier George B Warue for receiving money when the hank was known to be insolvent Arrangements aro being to reorganize the concern as a National bank An investigation of the affairs of the Insti tution began before Judge Scales thisafter noon According to the replies made by Assignee Jacobs the assets exclusive of Keans personal estate would aggregate approximately and tbe liabilities The assets consist of land script various municipal and other bonds cash on hand etc Of the liabilities half a million are due depositors and due banks on bonds depositedfor loans Jacobs is a ftloso friend of Koan Ho said that last Saturday Kean came to him aud toldhim the deposits wero going very fast and ho would like to have some gentleman look into affairs of bank and tell him what bo do Over had been drawn out within ten days Kean said someone had circulated reports that the bank was unsound and a rush to withdraw deposits followed A meeting of bankers was held yesterday they decided to loan Kean if ho could get more They wanted a guarantee for the however Koan and Jacobs secured a promise aid from Fowler fchu William Deer ing tho harvester manufacturer but could got no one olso Then thoy woro informed that an attachment had filed against tho bunk by ono of tho creditors aud de cided fco assign Tho warrants for tho arrest of Kean arid his cashier wore served this afternoon Both were released on ball Considerable interest Is aroused by the report that tho building funds of tho National Womans Christian Temperance Union had been de posited at tho bank The W 0 T 0 is erecting a magnificent bemplo in Chicago the work on which has been under way but a short time An Investigation this eveningshowed that not only tho W C T U Building As sociation but nearly all the numerous or ganizations that cluster around tho Temperance Union wore depositors at tho bank Tho gift fund of the Temple As sociation withdrew its account a month ago but roburnod It again A deposit of several thousand dollars was made just before tho bank closed for the last time Tho treas urer of tho W 0 T U had an account there as did also tho Womans Temperance Publication Company the two W 0 T U restaurants in this city and tho treasurer of the lecture bureau Altogether the tem perance organizations bavo it is estimated upwards of in the institution Nearly all the Methodist ministers in the their banking with Kean but It Is under stood than most of them had been with drawing their deposits recently RAPID CITY S Dec to F Sixth Cavalry joinod General Oarr today and tomorrow morn ing two companies of Seventh Infantry wll leavo for his camp at month of Rapid creek Colonel M IT Day of this city who has scouted during the past week In tho vicinity of Battle and Spring creeks en mo in at noon His command of cowboys and ranchers numbering sixtytwo had four skirmishes with the Indians On Monday eighteen of the force crossed the Cheyenne and advanced fourteen miles up the Battle creek to tho mesa on which the hostiles1 camp Is located Tho Indian oame our in force and drove them back across tho river Colonel Day gives tho details of tho night attack on Phiuneys ranch where with ton men ho stood off the Indians for four hours Indians sot lire to tho corral and poured in a brisk firo whilo Colonel Day and th ranchmen wore putting it out They fired the prairie in all directions but a change in tho wind saved the buildings Colonel Day says thero aro from SOO 000 lighting Indians in tho Bad Lauds Tho Indians wanted to fight he said and came out to moot thorn well armed and mounted when thoy approached thoir camps General Miles has received a dis patch from General Brooke saying that SOO friendly Indians start tomorrow for the BruJe camp to attempt to bring in tho hos tiles now In tho Bad Lands THE CONFLICT BEGINS o i the police who defended themselves on Snthi Hulls A Ir m the H guu sent theredskins hurrying up the rivur out of ratigo Tho policemen formed in lino and pre sented a fintf appoarauco as they received the soldiers but spectacle a few yards behind was in the extreme Might corpsis lay about on the ground rid dled with bullets and mutilated Sitting Bull was on his back uid his face hardly so shot up and battened was It Tlib corrosdoudent vhinks a number of linstilos who escaped were budly wounded Tho police entered early in the morn ing and proeoodfd quickly to Bulls house and surrounded itSeveral wont inside and arrested Sitting Bull when ho gave tho alarm by yolliug Several of his lieutenants repented it and light then began The police stood their ground heroically in spite of tremendous odds against them A WAGON TRAIN ATTACKED to A Big Woolen Mill Failure R Dec agentsof the Atlantic mills have assigned Their liabilities are largo Tho mills con tinue running under the management of Stephen O Metcalf Five years ago the woolen mills at St Croix N failed owing about The concern had largely beons backed by Owens and have since boon taking up notes for the indobtedness Tbe last of these fell due this bub owing to the great tringency of the money market they wero unable to obtain the loans necessitated by his drain BOSTON Dec managers of the Atlantic mills state that the thills are not affected by the failure of Owens Brothers and that the latters liabilities are A Georgia Failure Dec A 3o of Hume wholesale grocers and sotton factors1 have assigned Liabilities assets about the same A California Tragedy FRESNO Dec F O Vincent afternoon went to the residence of his wife from whom he had been separated Cor some time and shot herthreetimes ailing Her instantly WHen taken to jail Vincent fell unconscious and it is supposed he took poison1 to commit suicide The ause of the tragedy is unknown GoUlfor NKTT yo for Convicted of Eighty Murders Crrr OF MEXICO Dec Gnar alias Chalequerot the Jack the Eip jer of Mexico was today convicted of sighty murders and fourteen rapes He was sentenced to death SPARKS FROM THE The new revenue cutter was BUO cessfully launched at Baltimore v Gunsberg again defeated Steinitz chess contest Twelve Chinamen were captured while trying toctossthe send One was killed Have soldto Newcastle the standard stallion St fast oCSignoVSncci two complete the get In the in teruatiprial championshipjikajtiupcon Josophj ania and seventeen secondi uine minattes An Brush With the Hos Attack Expected DBNVICR Dec to The News special from tbe camp on Chey enne river by courier to Rapid City says Ono might say that tho conflict with tho hostile Sioux bad already begun From twenty to thirty ranchers rodo aud drove Into camp today alf heavily and that tho Indians aro augmenting their forces and growing bolder hourly It was ascertained early this morhiug that the deserted ranch and oufclyiug buildings of a man named Wilson wero burned to tho ground last night having been first looted Tho Hon M H Day aidedecamp to Governor Mellotto rodo in with four other gentlemen from his ranch today Mr Day reports that besides tho seventy tepoea which contain about 3f50 hostiles which are located in a draw between Battle and Spring oreeks ho saw another band further down the Choyonne river He could not count tho number but thinks they will number at least 300 Ho estimated that thoy had 1000 ponies and a large num ber of cattle witlx them most of which had boon stolen Early this morning General Carr sent Captain Stanley of tbo Sixth Cavalry his troop numbering about sixty men to scout and look around for Indians in tho Bad Lands Three heliograph stations had been established ono in camp ono on top of the high bluffs and ono which had followed up asnearly practicable Captain Stan tons command About 2 oclock p m a soldier was soon coming down the bluiTs putting his horse to tho full gallop and immediately the helio graph lines commenced working Tho rider crossed the river and reported to General Carr that Captain Stanton was in an engagement with tho Indians Gen eral Oarr gavo orders for Lieutenant Scott and Troop D to go to his assistance Within a few momennts the troop was charging up the bluff sccno of action The soldiers horse upon his dropped dead having been ridden so hard for so long1 a distance Other troops wero immediately placed in marching order and wero held In readiness to march at a moments notice Two hours passed news being transmitted by theheliograph Some time later Captain Stanton and tho othertroops returned when on being interviewed it was learned that somo time in the afternoon he noticed a large party of Indians with a herd of ponies coming from tbe east and heading for tho higher lauds Re immediately gave chase and after running some miles gradu ally drew upon the Indians who commenced firing but their bullets went wide of the mark Shots were exchanged quite lively for some time when the Indians approached and made for acrepk called Wounded Knee They went down this creek and into the brakes up adeep and were lost to view in the Bad Lands Captain Stanton followed them for somo time but fearing an ambush withdrew his troops and returned to camp Most of the Indian ponies upon hearing the firing stampeded and were lost to tho Indians bnt It Is thought that they will again try and regain their stock in larger numbers to morrow General Oarr will again send out a large force to look out for them Tonight there will be posted on each of the adjoining bluffs some hundred pickets and no fires will be lighted in camp Tbe signal of attack will be a rifle shot The troops holding themselves In readi ness It is expected that an attack will occur about daylight in the morning be tween the hostiles and the pickets Every body In camp is on the tiptoe of expecta GALLANTRY OF THE POLICE f ST Decs correspondent of the ipioneerFrail at Fort Yates ias one thei partibipated Intho in yrhicli Sitting Bull loet bia death Hetelegraphed papeivtonlght1 a long I and1 detailed account the incidents Bull u police 1 oh Jft wereun the tiuiber and fiiiug Over a Hundred Shots Troops to the Bad Imndfi DENVER Deo special from tho Sixth Cavalry on tho Cheyenne river via Rapid City Major Perrys command was joined early this morning and Scour Gus Craven reported that near i largo number of Indians wore soon in a small creek in tho brakes A number of shots were exchanged While somo of Government wagons wore crossing Spring crook thoy and their escort were nitackod by forty Indians and over a hundred shots exchanged Ono soldier was wounded and another shot through the hat Tho troops of Captain Woliss cavalry came to rescue the Indians ran away Cm von reports having seen sixtythree tepees which contained 100 Indians camped near the mouth of Spring creek early this morn ing Troops were out bnt the hostilos again returned to the Bud Lands General Carr sent armed parties to guard the ranch where the Indian was killed yes terday Ho was a nephew of Kicking Bear Yesterday General Carr sent a troop of cavalry up into tho Bad Lands to watch any movement of nostiles Tho signal was established by the troops nnd our camp by tJmie relays Should tho troops bo attacked they wero to bo rein forced from here Thoy reported about seventy topeos iu tho Indian stronghold and totally inaccessible Tho only known out let for theso Indians is tiio trail which poos up Cottonwood across tho road from Rapid Crook to Wounded Knee This pass will bo closed tomorrow by a largo body of tho Sixth Infantry FIFTEEN MEN BESIEGED The Party at Dalys Ranch Sur rounded by Hostiles Dec special from Chcycnno river via Rapid City at this morning A courier just in has aroused tbe camp he states that a party of fifteen men aro besieged fifty miles from here on Spring creek at Dalys ranch Tho Indians have made three attempts to fire tho ranch one nearly successful One of the occupants Is Hon M H Day aidedecamp to tho Governor of tho State The courier who brings tho news had to make a break through the Indians tiring pistols both right and left One of thoir bullets penetrated his overcoat He rodo by a circuitous route to the camp General Barr sent Major Tupper with 100 men fco the rescue The Sitting BuJl Fugitives S Dec Indian scout has arrived at Fort Bennett bringing in word that Sitting Bulls followers who caped when their chief was killed bad camped the night before at the mouth of Turner crock being on their way to the Bad Lands Colonel Merrjams command of tho Seventh Rogiment has started to in teroopt tho hostilos A storeman in today says Sitting Bulls men with stragglers picked up amounting In all to about three hundred warriors was seen today going south under tho leader ship of old lijiinintheFace They were bound for tbe Bad Lands Bull Head Dies ST PAUTj Dec Pioneer Pnts special from Fort Yatcs suys Bull Head lieu tenant of Indian police who led in the cap ture of Sitting Bull died this evening Re ports at tho agency tonight indicate that tho fugitives from Sitting Bulls camp are preparing to return to their abaudoued homes A Smoke Dance in Texas AUSTIN Dec Governor has information from the border that the Kiowas imd Comanches are engaged in a smoke danco and tho settlers becomjng ilarmed Tbo Governor ordered guns and ammunition sent tho settlers in Green county The Frtandlies Rounded Up PINE RinOErDec officers counted up tho returned Indians today finding 1024 and issued rations to thorn It is be ievod tho hostiles in the Bad Lands number Tho troops aro Closing on them The Negro Messiah Craze BISMARCK N Dec is reported that tho negroes in Mandan are affected with tho Mcssh craze and are holding meetings in Government building THE EASTERN BLIZZARD HEAVIEST PAIX OF SNOW EXPJEKI ENOiSO FOK YEARS TenFoot Reported in TH Hitter Cold and Wind Blown a HARRIUBTTWI Deo passenger rain on theValley branch of the Baltimore Ohio was derailed by a snow drift Six rainmen were badly hurt but tho gcrs escaped with a shaking up The eaviest snow storm in thirty years pre ailed Tuesday and Wednesday The weather is very cold and the wind a hurri cane A building in course of erection was jlown down and roofs wero crushed in by weight of snow The fall was nearly inches on a level with drifts eight to ten foet deep In the mountains west there are drifts thirty feet high LOGKHAVEff Dec snow storm ceased this morning leaving nearly two feet of snow on the ground Great damage was to orchards EfcMiRA Dec heavy snow yesterday has developed into a blizzard All trains are late and he street curs could not be run until noon The Tioga railroad is completely blocked and there are three miles of Delaware Lackawanna Western freight trains Addlson no trains having gone south since yesterday and none havecome from that direction WjXiKESBARiiE Dec snow here was the heaviest experienced in the Wyoming valley for some years and at noon it continued unabated Trains on the various railroads running into the city are snowbonnd at various places NEW YORK from Ithaca Albany UtiesandBingbamp ton show from six inches to foot and a half of snow aiidthat rail road traffic is delayed from three to six Dec great snow storm is resumed and no apprehended unless ai heavy Tain iu 3 FAVORED SONS Diibois McConnell and Shonp Sent tr the Senate THE FORMER GETS THE LON6 TEBM Shonp and McCcmnell Draw for the Shorter Terms Clajrott Declined to Enter the Wild With Excitement BOISE Crrv Idaho Deo to Senatorial fight came to a terminal ion today resulting In tho oloo tion of Shoup McConnoll and Dubois tho latter for tho six years term A oomblno was completed late last night between tho forces of Dubois Shoup and McConnell twentynine men being in tho combination to elect Shoup first McDonnell next and Dubois last the two first to draw for tho short terms jrivlnfr Dubois tho sixyear term commencing March 4 1891 It was evident that something had to ba done The legislators wore growing restive and the people were demanding action A proposition was mado to Judgo Clagett on tho basis of Dubois and Shoups letter and a combination was preferable lor various to the friends of Dubois and Shoup but Judgo Olagett saw Ot to decline Mr McDonnell accepted and was taken Into tho combine Tho objection to McDonnell on the part of Dubois and Shoups friends was not per sonal as that gentleman Is hold in high es teom by them but on account of the parties who attached themselves to McOonnoIl Their support of McConnell waaoordlal whoa the combine was made Tho House at the time of balloting was filled with citizens mauy ladies being pres ent Gunn of Alturaa Introduced a resolu tion to select two Senators for the ahorfcor terras and one for tho term commencing March 4 1801 This resolution WKS violently ascilled by Gray of Ada who headed tho opposition and offered various substitutes and amend ments the object of which was to prevent action In this opposition ho aided by the solid Democratic vote and by the friends of Judge Clagett The original resolution passing the joint assembly proceeded to ballot resulting In thirty votes In favor of Governor Shoup On tho next ballot McConnell received twentynine votes audwas declared elected At this juncture May of Ada Introduced a motion to adjourn It warn of twentynine to twentyfive tho Democrats and Judge Olagetta frlonda voting to ad journ On third ballot Dubola received thirtytwo votes and was declared elected for tho long term TUB WILDEST RXCITEMBNT prevailed when tho result was announced Dats were flung In the air ladles waved their handkerchiefs and cheer on cheer mado the building tremble while President Woiler rapped in vain for order Tho joint session then dissolved This closed happily what yesterday thought would bo a long and bitter struggle Duboiss men stood solidly by him with a loyalty that neither nor bribes could shake Tho guns of the united forces of his enemies wero playing constantly on him Ho was tho center of tho thick of battle Tonight bo Is victor and the wholo State rejoices with him Congratulatory telegrams are pouring fn to the successful candidates from all over the United States Tonight Boise is In gala attire in honor of tho occasion fly from business houses and tho streets aro alive with an excited throng A largo torch light precession headed by tho city paraded the streets with transparencies on which appeared Dubois Leader and Three Times Snoop McConnell Dubois First Senators from Dn bois Champion of Lead Silver and State A stand was erected in front of tho Cap itol Hotel from which was made a fine pyro technic display while the successful can didates received tho congratulations of friends in their rooms The occasion was memorable when Idaho elected three United States Senators The Legislature will likely adjourn until after the holidays The Senators will probably leave for WashingtonMonday PURE POLITICS IN NEW YORK A Saloonkeeper and Sport Made Police Justice for Ten Years NEW YORK Dec Sail Francisco Chronicle Mayor astounded even some of the Tammany heelers today by appointing as Police Justices exAlderman Pat Dlrver and John J Ryan Diwer gets a full term and suc ceeds Maurice J Powers and Ryan will serve the unexpired term of Sheriff elect Gorman which runs until November Both appointments aro audacious on the parr of the Mayor and are sopgrtbrowa to the boys in Tamrnany who have not been satisfied with way the Mayor has dealt oun tbe good things Both new police jus tices were until a short time ago dissatisfied Tammany Hall men who becareo tf satisfied a short time before tho election Dirver has kopt a saloon on Park Row for years a friend of the gamblers and sports and Is regarded as an expert handler of the mat tress Ryan is protege and chief lieutenant of exAldernian Thomas Shields of the Fourth district who or less known to the public as being connected with the boodle board f Aldermeu of i 1884 Divvcr gets tbo softest snap in poli tics a Police Justiceship far ten years at SSOOOayear Mexico Retaliate x CITY OF Dec sensational telegrams published in America to the effect that the Mexican Government is financially erhbarrassed are false The Interest on loans is all paid as well as the subsidies to railroads No new financial are being granted President Diaz and Secretary Rons6ro state tbat Mexicokw no desire to J legislate against the United Statesnd mv wish to of theHcKlnleT bill All the recent before the McKinley biilbecatoe a taiy loss acid will reach away and has covered trees and V Dec today by the Phoenix Insurance in the reoeiTi was organized a that fayorod were   

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