Salt Lake Tribune, December 20, 1890

Salt Lake Tribune

December 20, 1890

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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah THE TRIBUKTE is the only Sovenday Paper published bo tween Denver and San Fran cisco and contains the only Complete Telegraph Service in the Hooky Mountains THE TRIBUNE is deUvwrod lyy carrier to all parts of the at 25 cents per Monday edition included LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY DECEMBER 20 1890 PRICE FIVE CEKTS Hypaotis in Discussed by Scientists in Court French EXPERIMENTS WILL NOT BE PERMITTED Tho IriHh Ire land Fabrication KapoHcd by the Protection in in on English products established by the new commercial treaty Ine ad Hiuh a rcKoluUrm is considered of Hlgnlllcance as it Is the first de body fur Io0k Ing In any degree like a protective pulley Srmhbed by Czar j OOLOGNB Deo St Petersburg tuw Gazette says the I his Intimated to too London committee that i ho will decline to receive their appeal on behalf of the Jews i j South Africa Gold LONDON U50 of the British I Souili Africa Onmwimy writes In slowing terms of the gold fields of Msisbonalond Vionna TuktfH in the Suburbs Doc Emperor has sanc tioned a now law adding fortyfive com munes to tho tcjppitory incturSod in Vienna Tho population of the city is now A HOW IN COURT PATHS Deo the Eyraud trial to day Dr LlegftOls head of rneilloal fac ulty of tho ColloBO of Nftftoy and a bo In oxplainnd hi ideas on tho subject and surprise that he had not bcnfi allowed to scs Mllo Hom pird for the purpose of JiacertainlriK to what dwtfpiio ahe was susceptible to hypnotic In Jlutjiico Tlio prlHonor ought to again ho put to sleep hy mesmerism In order to revive her tho facts occurring at the iMOriiont of the commisHion of tho crlniu to the Indictment Eyraud had not hfion uhlo to put Mlio Bornpard asleep had boon amenable to tho hypnotic Inlliionru of Harangur having ruveahfd tho crinm lo him while For Ills If lie wore tlio Judge boar ing In mind previous miscarriages of would rather out off his hand than pro rioiinee sonuiiHie upon Mllfc Bompard Whori Uic KtsnsfiMon which Mils declara tion citUHOd KubHlded the prosecutor by what scientific moans It was do tennliiod whether hypnotic sleep iu real or Hiinulatiid replied that tho subject mally putto nloopoan boar without botray iiiir any Hyrnptons of sunslblllty to pain pin prlckH in various portlonK of tho body Dr Broimdol wus called Ho Haid ho had esUuirn for tho theory of hypnotism Llugoinss wantod aoloriUHo proof Hroitridei was not In favor of again hypnot UK prlHOner ho did nob wish to run tiio risk of letting the audience hear nivoia tloiiH that might be made by tho accuriod Drs Mollot and JJallofc shared his views They thought the too complicated to huvH boon commlttod under hypnotic ln tliionoo MUo Born panels counsel ami tho counsel fur lOyraud jointly rospoiidod that tho woman bt In open court The Judge after consultation rofuaucl tho ro THK IF4ISH CAMPAIGN A Purnellito Naiiod by tlio Clergy Speocbow Dec Cody asserta Ib was mud that was thrown in ParnollH faco and oyos and not llmo as claimed A brunch of tho National League on tho Island of Jersey has uduptod the resolution against Iiinwll IariUll and his colleagues drove to town today Uotlmond alluding to tho denials that Ihnu was thrown doclarud that two doctors staliod tholr reputation on tlio fact that It was llmo thoy found in Jlvrnuliri eyes McCarthy addressed a mooting at Kllkcn today us did also Hoxton Tho lattor dieplj regretted tlio vlolwnco douo to Iar uclt iiiinon Doan of Dublin i long letter denying that tho Chapter met In iMiblin as assorted by tarnoll and adds that ho Is convinced that f reland sliould act in accord with tho manifesto of Uio hierar chy 1arnells character as revealed lit the divorce court ho says spoaks for Itself and siiuH tho vjrdiot ho has given further abun dant proof of his imdtness for leadership of the great Irish party Loo proceeds at much longth to Btato tho opinion that In view of tho excited Htate of public feollng it Is iuoxpodieut for tho clergy to mix up with violent meetings Ho Us no less clearly of tho opinion that tlio iltTgy have a duty to perform In Impressing upon tho people on ovory suitable occasion that despite his many preulous services i uy hid themselves forced to thu conclu sion that they must regard 1arneU as a fallen leader no longer worthy of the peo ples confidence LONDON Deo Walsh has telegraphed tho London papers that tho ac count of the meeting of the Chapter of Dub lin published yesterday by United Is a shameful fabrication Tho article de clares that tho Chapter adopted a resolution urging the vccleslautical authorities to ab stain from taking any action the Parnell matter Tho Kilkenny correspondent of tho Ttlo declares that ho tasted some of tho matter thrown at famuli and found tho substance gritty and acrid and It was un doubtedly collected from the smalt llmo kilns near Castle Comer LONDON Deo dispatch received In this city from Mlehaei Davltt states that tlio injuries sustained by iarnell at Uustlo Comer wero Inflicted by women and girls who pelted him With Hour and mud The lime thrown In his faco and eyes tho dispatch says Is Paruelis intesi disgusting dodge to evoke sympathy and divert tho peoples mind from tho real issuo A RAT PJjAGUJE A district in Overrun by tho Uoolontn LONDON Doa Dispatch Ban Francisco Chrcniclo rat plague In the is becoming a mat ter of most serious concern to tho farmer and ho is probably bowllderod and battled as to whore It vTil all end One tniin In tho Ken country boasts of having killed in ono parish this year over SOOO rats and 2500 of those wore extirpated ou ono farm Tho parish is still Infested with tho rodents and tlit impression seems to bo growing that this rat region is tho chosen land of tho nit from tho fact that he can burrow easily into tho banks and can always obtain wator without going far in ouust A Kronch Consumption PAKIS Deo Petit has produced specimens of lymph invented by himself which lie claims will produce results in tuborcuUiT diseases Identical with those produced by Professor Kochs lymph Kmirt Recalled Doc from Baton state that ho has rotailed fcltnin Pasha owing to disregard of lie Kiuiit impeded operations and refused tli act 111 accordance with the plans of the Imperial Government Snow Storms in England LONDON Deo snowstorms pre vail everywhere In Great Britain and tratlio Is blocked iu many places A number of wrecks of small vessels arc reported Irotectlou in Prussia ST PKTEiisKuna Bee customs commissionhas decided to increase tho duty on agricultural maohiiiory and Implements 40 percent Against France Doc Bradford Chamber of cWmercfc uftd resolution Ttvoving the Imposition by the Government oV discriminating Duties on French wlnp actfoli was recotiirnendcd tho pur of rettiiijitiug agalust France for duties An Attorney Kesonts itn Insinuation of the JuUse MACON Dec Dispatch Francisco Chronicle the Forsythe murder conspiracy case today a row between the court and counsel for the defense come almost to opn war but the coolness of the presiding Judge Emery Spoor prevented any such disaster Tho for the defense charged District At torney Krroln with Intimidating a witness which denied and on examination tho court declared it to bo false and groundless claimed the right as a member of tho bar to repel tho Insinuation of tho court and was told that ho would have an opportunity Counsel replied that ho would meet It there or nlsewhero Tho only daughter of the murdered man Captain John C Forsythei was on thostand and gave a graphic account of the death scene saUonal developments are expected tomor row COSTERS DISOBEDIENCE AT GKNEKAL TKICKYS KUNKKAL C4cnornT Cnster Disobeyed Written and Vorlml Ordors but Torry ShleUUul JlJis Iund Coromonioa NKW UAVBN December remains of MajorGeneral Terry were placed In their last resting place this after noon At one oclock services worn hold at the home of tho deceased for members of tho iiiiiliv only The remains were then trans ferred to the United Church and until 2 oclock the public allowed to on tho fnco oi tho deceased Then services wore held during which minute guns wore flrod and tho bull In tlio City 11 all tolled Tho ro rnalris were lutorrod at Grove Street Ceme tery The pall bearers were eightsergeants from thoSecond Koglmont Tho honorary boarors wore oxGovernors 1larrlson and IngorHOll LieutenantGovernor Morvln Judge Holllster K Francis Wayland ilenry A Hlako and Arthur D Oaborno In his address at the funeral of General Terry today Kov Mr Mungcr referring to the fuot that tho old soldier had been somewhat criticised in connection with tho Ouster massacre ho was now to speak of tho facts without reserve Castors fatal movement was in of yorbal orders of General Torry When his rashness and disobedience ended In tho total destruction of his command General Terry withheld tho fact of disobedience of orders and sulTored an Imputation hurtful to his reputation tro rest upon him self rather than subject but Indis creet subordinates to the charge of disobedi ence Tlio fame of a dead comrade was dearer to him than his own even though that fame had boon forfeited HOW THW IjlON KOAIIS Proposes a Bitf Sea HlulV in the Spring NKW YORK Doc Herald prints a sensational Ottawa special this morning ConlldenMal advices from Wash lugtou strongly confirm press utterances that point to a crisis next season in tho fur seal controversy After tho rejection by President Harrison of the latest Hrltlsh pro posal for arbitration the Imperial Govern ment will suspend further efforts toward a settlement of disputes Hy May next a strong force of war vessels will bo assembled of the smaller class to be soul to Hehring Hca to from removal or soi British vessels Tho naval force to eutor Behring Hoa will bo largo enough to induce tho American Government to refrain from lutorfurcnco with the sealing vessels unless tho President really desires to bring on tho crisis that the American press is pre dicting Our authorities look for no trouble and for no molestation of Canadian scaling vessels next summer MANAGER CLARKS POLICY No Occasion iov Anxiety Among tho Subordinates OMAHA Tec to If tho former administration made a mis take in discharging tho old men on tlio road It is no reason why I should make that mis This was tho answer of S IT H Clurk general manager of tho Union Pacific when asked this morning about the organization of the road Mr Clark added that tho Union Paciilc no doubt has good material and that ho should bo slow to make changes and should make them only afCor seeing what tho men are doing lie thought there was too much importance attached to tho belief that there would bo many changes Re had no friends to reward and no enemies to punish and did not want to create an un necessary anxiety Ho believed as ho hud told Mr Adams when tho latter took charge thai a railway was like a piece of ma chinery and tho simpler it was tho bettor The Bostons Narrow Escape NEW VOUK Deo cruiser Bos which is lying at tho navy yard await ing a new crank shaft had a narrow escape from being destroyed or Thursday night A big pieco of metal weighing tons was hoisted ton foot ou a derrick to bo put aboard when suddenly the chains sjiappod and tho shaft tumbled on the capstan The latter and the shaft smashed entailing a loss of 1 lad the shaft struck tho vessel it would have gone right through her An investi gation is ordered An Important Mexican Convention KANSAS CJTV Dec J Morris the wellknown pucker returned today from an extended visit to Mexico tie says President DUu has Issued a call for a convention of tbo Governors of Mexican States to consider the advisability of the abolition of inter state tarills The convention will doubtless recommend the abolition Morris regards this couventiou as ono of the most Important oyeuts in tho history of tho Kepubllo Ue also says Mexico is very luixlous for reci procity with theUnited States A Short Deo treasurer of Pierce was arrested at Norfolk today charged with embezzle ment An Investigation revealeda shortage in tho county funds ol Kortb turned over hla his bondsmen More European Gold steamship from in gold cola and bars IN THE SENATE Pending Measures Create Dissension in the Republican Ranks OPPOSITION TO THE FORCE BILL The Free Coinage Senators Are Not Democrats Kondy for Anything to Kill Idaho Notes SALT LAKE TttrutrtrK BUREAU 517 Fourteenth Street WASHINGTON D Dec 10 1800 You pays your money and you takes your choice of tho predictions hcing made as to tho final result of the Senatorial dead lock Thoro uro half u different propheclos of what will take place within the next fow diys Senator Aldrich reported tho caucus Financial bill this afternoon and later snifl to a correspondent If you ask me whether the Election bill will pass T cant toll you I do think that we shall puss a rule closing debate and I believe that tho Silver bill as agreed to in caucus will pass tho Son ate by January But Sohafcor Aldrich is siuigulno and other Senators do not agroo with him In his rosoatBhued views of tbo situation Sena tor Stewart and other free coinage Senators can not be severed from fchoir determination to vote for a froo coinage amijudment as soon as it Is us Ib oortainly will be Any move of tills kind will certainly bo met by defections of tho anttsilvor men from a measure which thoy consider too liberal All tho Democrats will naturally protract tho debate to tbo utmost in order to kill tlmo and stave oil con sideration of tho Election bill If tbo Iulo to oloso debate Is brought in on Mon day or Tuesday boforo the tfiiiunclal bill an some think probable thoro will bo a long and bitter struggle to prevent Its adoption in which several Republicans arc expected to join Tho DoniHcratio side Is united in the determination to block all legislation until the Election bill is ail in I Mod dead Tho Republican majority Is divided on every one ol the throe propositions This is tho actual situation tonight just as it has boon for two wooka past If tho Fedorul Election bill could bo shelved arid free coin ago men would agreij to support tbo Caucus billthoro would bo a fair chance Cor some legislation Senator Stewarts speech against tho Fed oral Election bill this afternoon attracted groat uttontlon and closed amid a hearty round of applause from tlu1 galleries Sen ator Sliowart with Plumb PiUidoek Tcllor Wolcott and othor silver moti arc indignant tih ill a partisan measure which if passed cannot as thoy believe bo enforced should bo permitted to block the way of legislation which the country Is demanding Senator Jones of Nevada Is known to bo as strongly opposed to tho Election his colleagues JIIU IDAHO SENATORS The seUlOiJienf of tho Idaho contest is regarded here with satisfaction ulooUon brings out nothing but favorable comment and congratulations The action of tho two Honafcurseloot Shoup and Mc Gonneil drawing for tho long and short term may bo nu 11 Hi oil by tbe of tho rules of tho Sonato Both Senators will havo to draw lots In open Senate for tho short term and if Senator McOonnoll seizes tho fatal numbbr his previous luck In Mio Boise lottery will count for At the opening of tho present Congress Senator Ptorut of North Dakota came to Washing ton with a oortlllcjito of olootion for the long term but tho incoming North Legislature will ballot just the same for his successor Thoro was renewed discussion today among the Senators as to tbo propriety of the selection of Dubois before the Maiell vacancy had boon declared by tho drawing In open Senate A number of Senators maintained tho position first expressed by Edmunds and Carlisle that it would be bet tor for tho Legislature to elect the long term Senator after tbe drawing had place This seems to be a mooted question with no Senatorial precedent to guide in Its determination THKASUUE THOVH The Indian Ofliuc has a sum of money from tho Indian agent at tho Uintah reservation In Utah which was found on tho body of u man named William Redman who committedsuicide near tho agency in 1883 Tbo money has been kept at the agency all this time with the expectation that someone wouldclaim It As no appli cation has been received tbe money was sent to tho Indian oflice John Beatty of Ogden who Is spend ing a few days In tho city wajpiloted arouud tho Capitol today by Governor West Q a A MTI ED EJTDOKSEM KNTS WASHINGTON Dec Finance Oom mittoeof the Senate have agreed to report tho financial bill introduced yesterday by Sherman Tho chairman of the Finance Committee Senator Merrill opposed some of tho propositions contained in the bill and reserved the for a restoration of tho two per cent bond clause when the bill was considered in the Senate Senator Hiscock reserved the right to vote parb of the proposition relative to supplying the deficiency of National bank circulation which proposes to authorize the Issue of original Treasury if silver bullion cannot be purchased As for tbe Democratic4 members of tbe committee they reserved the right to oppose the whole bill they had no proper opportunity to examine it but con sented to report tho measure Tlio absentees at tbe meeting were Senators Aldrioh aud Jones of ELECTION BILL AMKNDMENTS Senator Gray introduced in the Senate a number of amoiulmonts to tbe pending Election bill which strike but tbeprovision fora permanent annual appropriation for compensation of supervisors aud take from those officers power to Interfere with tbe returns A SUNDAY CLOSING RESOLUTION In the House today Morse Intro duced for reference a bill providing that no exhibition or exposition for appro priation is made by Congress shall beppened on Sunday Violation of punish able by afineof not less than or1 more than A RECIPROCITY A tor Gray on the subject of reciprocity with Mexico and that for the expansion of markets and of friendly iutercburse with the gqveruiSorits on the northern and it Is recommended that the president of the institute a with ithe countries reduotinJand Import duties on leading articles of prqdaof tibn of theVcountries effected by leg T AN House Stanford Thinks His Loan Scheme Will Bring Financial Relief STEWART ATTACKS THE FORGE BILL Its Enforcement Means the Extermi nation of One of the integration of the Solid Southern Democrats Flinjr at the President ported a substitute for the gblll to amend Q CftjTV Of FOR A I the alien land act The substitute differs rLUUl Ul MIUllLl lUn HLLi fron the bill now on the calendar in that it is to apply not only to persons who are aliens but to any firm company or corporation composed in whole or iti part of aliens except railroad and that five years are given aliens within which to dispose of tbe lands they buy in at foreclosure sales in order to protect the mortgages or other interests they may havo iu tho property THE FRANCISCO BTJTLDESO SITU Secretary Wiudom AttorneyGeneral Mil ler and PostmasterGeneral Wanarnnker forming tbo commission to select a site for a public building at San Francisco held a meeting at tho Treasury Department this morning aud heard arguments on tbe ques tion Representative Morrow gave infor mation in regard to the different sites sug gested It was decided to bear from Senator Stanford before coming to a decision and another meeting is to be held Tuesday next THE NAVAL APLUOPKIACrONS The Naval Approprui ion bill Is completed It provides for ono now triplescrew protected cruiser similar to cruiser No 12 The cost is limited to The bil carries a total appropriation of aboufc being about less than the estimates and considerably more than last years bill A RESOLUTION FOR THE CZAtl In tho House today Cummings N offered for reference a resolution sotting forth that tho members of the Bouse of Representatives of the United States havo hoard with profound sorrow and feeling akin to horvoi the reports of the persecu tion of Jews in Russia roiloctinir tho bar barism of past ages disgracing humanity and impeding tho progress of civilization That sorrow is Intensified by the fact that the occurrences should happen in a country which has been a llrrn friend of the United States and clothed Itself with glory not long since by the emancipation of serfs and by its ilnfense of tbe Christians from tbo oppression Turks Tbo resolu tion directs tho State to forward it to the American Minister afc St Petersburg for presentation to the Czar WILL BOOM THE SOUTH Important Resolutions Adopted by the Immigration Convention ASHKVILLB N Dec Inter state Immigration Convention concluded business today Aresolution for closing the Worlds Fair on Sunday was referred to the National Commission A resolution to recommend to the Governors of the States represented In tho convention the appoint of a committee to act in conjunction with another committee and tobo known as the Committee of tlio was adopted report of tho Committee on Legisla tion says unity of action by the Southern can best be secured by a concerted system ol legislation and requests tho con vention to provide for tlio appointment Commissioners of Immigration whoso duty it shall bo to form aboard of Southern im migration to with the bureau in building up tho South and that the Execu tive Committee present to the Legislatures suitable carry this recommendation into effect Adopted The report of the finance committee recommended that tho Governors of tne Southern States bo requested to call on the Legislaturesfor financial aid and that ap propriations of from each State bo asked for at tlio Adopted J Another committee reported in favor of advertising rosourdes by trains of cars filled with Southern exhibits to be sent all through the North East and West As but four or five States haveelliciont streniiuus efforts will ho mndc to Induce the other States to A RATTLING MILL South Omaha Has a ThreeHound KnockOut i OMAHA Dec to Tho longtaikedof finish flglfc between Juok Davis the local heavyweight and Pat Allen of St Louis took place at Germania Hall South Omaha in thopresence of several bund rod spectators It was a rat tling mill while it lasted but wound up suddenly in the third round when a terrific by Davis sent Allen to the lloor Ho failed to respond at the end of the prescribed ten seconds and the purse of aside and the gate receipts were handed to Davis A RKFHHWK KNOCKED OUT ST prizefight be tween Pat Killen of this city and Joe Shcehy of Ashland Quoonsbury rules for the Northwestern heavyweight championship lusted about live minutes at the start but fouled by striking below the belt while clinched Killen got in good blows however and would not claim a foul In the second Killen fellbeneath Slieehy who proceeded to pound him while sitting on him Tlio men wero separated and uu othor clinch followed Referee Moore rushed in to separate themand received a punch from Shoehy that nearly knocked him out The police then stopped the light which was decided in Killens favor oa a fouL THE JAPANESE DIET His Majesty Opens the First Legis lature AVith a Speech SAN FRANCISCO Dec The Bclgio arrived this morning with advices from Japan The opening of the Diet the first legislative body ever assembled in Japan took place Saturday November 29th The day was given to celebrating The monies were brief the Emperor reading a short address in which hb expressed how institutions relating to the internal ad ministration of the Empire would be con and extended in order to obtain good results from the working of the Constitution The Emperor held it esaential that the military and naval defenses of the country should be perfected andmade an object of gradual attainment The only disturbance which took place at the time of the opening of the Diet was an attack made by students on tho Russian Legation Mine Schcviteh wife of the Russian Hm ister and ladies of the Legation were struck by stones thrown by students wno at tempted to force their way into the Lega tion Tho students were repulsed and some twenty Some employees of the Legation wore also hurt All the windows in the buildings were smashed The cause of the attack isrsaici to be that the Emperor bowed to the ladies of tbe Legation A Scramble for Wisconsin Lands WATTSAW WIs i Nearly 500 ruen are camped ID Courthouse Square tonight waiting to iiio Claims the Re lands tomorrow But a small pro portion of this nuDQber can secure good claims arid trouble is looked in the The military company has been notified to be inreadiness in case There wosriearly a fight tonight when the attempted clear the Courthouse yardSeveral men weire blubbed and knocked th lowed far so raany jrears property of of v daily editoral iipri ai fignj WASHINGTON Dec routine business Stanford addressed tho Senate on his hill to in crease the circulating medium Ho money was the most Important factor in the business relations of country There was a limit to quantity of gold and silver metals and tlmt limit could not he oxceodccl toy any oflortontho part of tho Government It was therefore a groat mistake for the Government to conlhio itself iu to secure a lifesized statuette of Presideut Harrison The roport was aprocd to and House THE CADAVERS MUTILATED The Ghoulish Work of Medical Students DETROIT Dec Dispatch Sun Francisco Chronicle a meet ing of an investlgatinK committee of the faculty of tho Michigan Col logo of Medicine a dispute arose us to tho mode of conducting na investigation which resulted iu the resig nation of Drs Mulehcon and Wright from the faculty The committee was appointed to investigate a piece of arrant vandalism which occurred last Sunday niRht iu tho room of the college For the soc oud time in the past three weeks the dissect ing room was broken into tho instruments wore maliciously broken and destroyed and worst of all the subjects ou tho dissecting tables were shockingly and disgracefully mutilated Nearly ail the subjects in tho room were treated to this vandalism and rendered entirely unfit for scientific use The hands and feet were hacked off tbo limbs cut and torn to pieces and the sub jects ripped up and the entrails scattered about Tho throats wore cut and the heads thus detached were carried off together with several hands and foet When was discovered in the mornitiK great indignation was ftlt by the students and faculty and Drs Mulchoon Parker and Wright wore appointed to inves jusliCe The students who owned the sub jects also employed detectives to work on the case Owins to the break in the com mittee tlio question of bringing the ghouls who mutilated the bodies to justice is tem porarily abandoned THE CHICAGO BANKERS IN COURT DEVELOPMENTS IN Ho Thought llo Solvent Three Days Before tho W C X 1aimro No the issue of money to material outsjdo of its con tue and bring tho vandals to trol and limited in quantity or sufficiency On the money depended very largely tho industries of the country An illustration of its importance was to bo found in tho mesoiit doDrossed flnan condition Never was tho country morn prosperous yet owing to the wnutof money upon a slight disturbance of credit them was distress all over the land Ro general was tho uneasiness and apprehension that money which ought to he in circulation was being hoarded The bill ho was now considering purported to put tho Gov ernment in a condition to supply of money equal substantially to the general demand and to erect a standard hy which the Government might detennino up to the useful value of 2 per cent what was the amount needed Legal tender would be issued under the provisions of the bill upon unimpeachable and practically incxhiiustiblo security and its supply was to ascertained ami determined by a rate which the borrower could afford pay Two per cent WHS the amount to be paid to tho Government for the loan of its money and so long is money was worth inoic than two per cent the security being prac tically inexhaustible money would always be borrowed from the Government and thus the Government would he able to discharge its duty and supply want The principle of tho Government loaning money was fully estab lished by tlio advance it now had upon its own bands which while entirely good between the banker and the Government did not strengthen the security of the bill holdnr which rested it upon the authority of the The scheme of the bill is to supply an ample amount nf money for all business purposes i hsivo mentioned lands as security because they appear the host ami ami most certain of se uitritv and are su indent to furnish all tlio money deeded The people I think will nave moreconlldenoi in i financial measure that is new iiiid radical if it lists at present land only for a basis Tho rate of interest on these loans on real estate is fixed at two per cent in the bill bul in time it may be reduced as experience shall tench The rate of interest charged by the Government under the provisions of the bill will not necessarily fix general rate of interest for business purposes That wiU be deter mined by its value in use w fanner havimi the best security will borrow for Ills own or the use of others who he willing to pay him interest The hanker borrows money from Government free or interest and loans it at such rates as its use commands in the market This measure has been compared to the plan adopted in the Argen loans on lard but there is no analogy between the two and to compare tho working of a measure of that Republic of say live millions population to that of our country i 1 t i f t mill tmis WO11 Iu CUJCAGO Doc A Kesn the banker who assigned yesterday and was arrested later on a charge of accepting deposits when he knew the bank was insolvent umdo a statement in court lie suid that he bud a statement drawn up three days before the assignment which placed the liabilities at and the assets at This statement was about than that inside by Assignee hicobs yesterday lie thought it might not bo exactly reliable Kean said there was a largo amount of personal real estate in tin hands of the assignee which did not appear in his statement iu summing up s statement the counsel for thedepositors naiii it did not look as though the depositors would over cents on Uie dollar Among the petitions filed in court today was one by Treasurer Lugh of the IstUioimi W U T who says Kean received from her December Oth a note and snnUler amounts Decem ber and 17th while aware that the bank was insolvent A petition was nisofiled by the U T U Publishing Association to recover the amount deposited John liaraonof the banking firm of Parson Leach A Co made soinu interesting sutcmeuis in court lie was formerly couneoujd with Keans house bul withdrew in When asked why he said ho was dissatislied with Ivoairs management JM uio course of the examination it was learned that Wilson a wealthy uiau last July oi going ink pirworship lie got a statement of the banks alliurs from Koun anfl consulted What s e millions would I was the asked tUe attumey bo methods of some replied sible banker to those of the Rothschilds Tho The oulcers oi the ixationa W omen bijl fixes a standard for the amount so long ns the oau be used at morn than 3 per cent per annum The ability of the Govern ment to make money being unlimited the wants and necessities of the people can be tainedand met The foundation of the whole matter ami tho real question to he considered is that inasmuch as the Government reserves the rillit to issue money it is its being furnish what is necessary to the prosperity of the people Vt the conclusion of Stanfords remarks tho referred to the Committee on Kiminee The Senate then took up the printing deficiency bill on which some took place rtiflect the House for the inadenuucy of the regu lar appropriation bill thus neccssitatmi fre fiuenukflciencv hills The bill then passed The bill by Jnfiulls to allow an eNclmiiKO ol the inlurest bearing for lender notes was refirrCd to the finance Committee A by Manderson was referred to tho on Indian Affairs jiisLrnutinp that committee to inqnire into tho condition of the Indian tribes of North South Mon tana and elsewhere tbo steps necessary to dis arm them etc r Tho Senate bill for a public building at Fresno Cai was placed on the The Eieotionsbill was taken up and and Gibson arciiod against it an argument tnat an attempt to execute it in the South would he disastrous fo both races He was a friend of tho colored man and deeply sym pathized with him but could not ask him to put his life in jeopardy in order to a political battle for his Stewarts He was equally a friend to the whito man and desired to refrain from any act which mifiht justify tho white man in making war upon tho defenceless race which Congress enfranchised Whatever was done in tho matter of protection of suffrage in the South unless done through the voluntary action of the people of that section would have to result in ono of two things If the negro was protected by force the same force wouldinevitably be driven to the necessity of destroying his enemy That involved tho en slavement and final extermination of the whites The employment of force would result ultimately in the extermination either of tho blacks or the whites If the military power was to be used i a execution of the pending bill then the bill should bo defeated If it was to be a dead letter why pass it Public opinion at the South was entirely against it the colored man it would bring upon him persecu tion and misery if not death No assumption of party necessity could justify such an act it was plainly the duty of the Senate totrust to natural causes in the hoipe that they wouldremedy the evil Tho bill ought not to it never would be enforced because it would con solidate tho Southern whites because it wouldt increase sectional animosity and kindle anew the discord of the past Stewart the sncecbes in opposition to the Force billot lb5 mnde by Senators ITosir and Hlwlev then Representatives AmDig votingagainst the bill Stewart recalled Garliifld William Walter Phelps Kusson and Kellogg He suggested that tha supervisors and other officers become marked men and from the reports of investigating committees and all knowledge obtained during the past twenty yeirs it was plainwhat their fate UiilessCongiesswas disposed to proceed to a reroedy under the ofdenying representation on account of exclusion from or Obstacle to tho exercise of only remedy that existed was in an enlorcenicnt of the laws already on the statute books ana in the assurance that no prcsoure from the outside would be exercised In bis judgment the solid South was maintained by tho use of the cry that it was intended on the part of those who control led tho general Government to with their localaffairs The moment such cry was effectuilly proven to hs without the South cmiid not any longer be sold The sectional had already tugun to disin That disintegration must necessarily bring about relief to the negro vote The organ Lzitioii now irresistible in some States insup vote would he among the earliest it when they found it necessary for their existence had the provisions of the Force bill of for the purposeof opposition to it by himself and other Republi cans and to show that there was no mcon sLstencyin hissupport of Dawes introduced a to prohibit the open ing on Sunday of appropriations of the XJaited States are expended Union stale that losses of that orgunimtiou and its publica tion house through the failure of Kean Ai are misleading as they hadnt enough on deposit to in j uro them beyoud a temporary incouvtiu Failed AVith No Assets N Dec W Winner of Liberty a large dealer iu wood failed with liabilities ol a bun and probably no assets Sixty Cents on the Dollar BOSTON Dec creditors of Whitten liurdett A Young clothing voted to ac cept sixty cents ou the dollar A Sensational Failure sensational failure was made public here this morning The dry goods and carpet store conducted in the name of I Orrof Brooklyn N was closed by lUu Sherifl on judgments aggregating A Marl 1C Company Fails ATTANTA Dec American Marble Company was placed in the hands of a receiver today Tho assets aro habiliues SKATED ON THIN ICE Two Prominent Younff Men of Colo rado Springs Drowned COLOKADO SPRINGS Deo Special 1x3 A horrible accident occurred hero today which has cast a gloom over tbo entire city At 2 oclock this afternoon a party of young ladles and gentlemen went to Cheyenne Lako four miles from the city to join a skating party They found tho ice too thin to skate upon with safety and most of the party returned to the city When about halfway home Charles Uendrickson aged 20 and 0 Reed aged 19 accompanied by their lady friends returned to tbo lake The men had ven tured but a short way from the shore when the ice gave away letting them down in the deep water They drowned before the very eyes of the ladies who were powerless to aid them Tbe alarm was soon given and a party organized to recover the bodies which had not been accomplished at a late hour Both men were sons of prominent INSURANCE RECEIVERS One Wanted at Portland aTid One Appointed at Minneapolis PORTLAND Dec In tbe United Stales Court today Charles B Barnett filed a petition for a receiver for the North west Fire and Marine Insurance Company the capital stock of which is half n million Some time ago thedirectors levied an as sessment of 50 per cent and petitioner is unwilling to pay alleging that the company is insolvent and has maintained false ac counts and statements The board denies bis allegations Bee ExInsnrance Commissioner Shandraw appointed a re ceiver for the Minneapolis Mutual Fire In surance Company at the request oHts offi cers The company was organ ized to compete against the high tbe stock companfes Tbe latter have since reduced their rates so that business became1 un profitable and it Was determined to wind up allairs of the company There are no losses as a result of the course takeni A Missouri an Suicides JUNCTION E Dyche proprietor of Hotel shbtiiiasol in the cbeJt iufiicting a latal wound prepar ing to fire a second shot when his iniaw F trled to disarm him In tlie struggle which fol nptb of y fatally House iap 10 after District of tookupvtbe on araend ihir the for the divisions or the Sioux into BmaUerreservaj ls ti ou 1 or e x p endi t u ro Of tbe r f centlycnljusiQesft reported been J Idrugmd and in police A JOBLOT OF GUTTHROATS A Montana Sheriff Sends Fonr In dians to the Spirit land A HISTORY OF THEIR FOUL CRIMES The Bloody Deed for Which Pierre Pnul and Lain Seo Wore Hunted Murders Committed by Aatley and Pascalo Deo to At this morning Sheriff Houston sprung tho trap and Plorro Paul Lala See Pascals and Antloy four of tho worst cutthroats over found among the Indians of the Northwest swung into eter nity The chiefs of both tho Kootonal Pea dOreillo tribes circulated petitions tor executive clemency and it was not until last night that the condemned men aban doned hope The death watch was doubled but this was nor necessary for tho prison ers showed a stoical resignation to thcli fates Pascalo confided to tho a confes sion of a number of crimes of which tho officers had no previous knowledge During night the Indians constantly called for liquor in tho belief that they could better boar up under the trying ordeal Ac 7 this morning they were very depressed having refused food during tho night but tho priest arrived and an hour the Indians were buoyant and ate sparingly of breakfast at winch tho chiefs of tho Pen dOroillo and Kootenai tribes sat There wore evidences of weakening when the black clothes were donned but tho priests again came and the spiritual ministrations seemed to nerve the doomed mou At tho indians were conducted to tho scalTold Pierre Paul knelt in a fervent prayer while Pascalo looked reverentially heavenward While tho nooses wore being adjusted Antley attempted to smile but it seemed to freeze and he joined his comrades in chanting a prayer As the caps were pulled down thoy said and a minute afterward all were dangling with their necks broken In twentyfour min utes the last of tho four had boon placed iu a sonln Yesterday throe hundred Indians were in town but on advice of tho priest all but tho chiefs departed for camp five miles from town The bodies wore turned over tc Chief Joseph ivnd will be buried Saturday night at St Ignatius Mission with the pe culiar ceremonies of tbe Indians A CHAPTER OF ATKOCITIES Tbe Dark Deeds Committed by These Bad Indiana The RininUaneoiis haticins of f skins has before occurred in this country except on the frontier where enraged minon relieved the courts of the duties of trial and condemnation In tho history of tho Koc ena Indians there is no record of n previous execution Although two Indians uro now sorviuc life sentence in tho Montana penitentiary Tor the tnkiiiK of human life They had been dojniuMl by the courts to death hy hanging but there miticatiDR circumstances in their cases which to tho exercise of executivo clemency Win in stories of tho crimes for which four Indians were h an godtoday thoro is not one incident which might warrant tho philanthropic thought that ihcso murdcrera had any other insUncts than that of brutality and tliirst for blood When the last body hud been from Mie ficiiirohl today a lofison bad taeeu taught to Indians of Montana which they will not forget Aud tho quadruplo execution a Illtinu end to a oiligent campaign lasting OTor two years and costing tha people ol MLisoula county not si farthing less Of the four Indians Pierre Paul and La La See were the most They did not murder for plunder nor did they attack openly as the noble redman of history in reported hut tuey slew as their victimlay fire or was bending over his pick socking quam indications How many mon Pierro and La La Sue havft killed Is not known by the ofllccrH of the may bo a ncore of fikelctons whitnning in ho recesses of tho Jocko motin Kinri bodies weighted to the bottom of the sLreanin along which deoredaUons were committed In tho offenses committed by these constant and inseparable was no object except to satisfy a bloodthirsty hatred against tho wliites Tliev pretended to hayo been taught by their faihrrs to believe that every white man fojjnd west of the Missouri river was a trespasser upon the domain of the reds awd therefore a legiti mate target for the bullet of any Indian who thought lie bad the cunning to avoid Uio blue soldiers of the law They hud theiridenii of bravery evidently taken from stories they had heard of their fathers and their actions were not unlike thoso of chiefs warriors bad been killed and whoso mission was solely for revenge They defied the officers while ortendn they would mingle with the men who were hunting them learning their plans and disappearing as suddenly as they came The officers knew ol manycrimes that had been committed by these two Indians but proof that would stand ma court of law couid not bo obtained The peaceable and law dians of the reservation knew that their lives would not be worth a penny after they had ouoe appeared court against La La See and Pierre pVul so that positive and direct evidence Keemea impossible and the officials could only await the time when emboldened by iuccesi the two cut I brons would openly commit some act and lesive atrail of blood plain that conviction would ho certain The officials did not to wait long The parilcular crime selected for tbU guccessfal pros ecution was the killing of two whiU on September 1 1887 La La cabin on a pretty part of the Flatbead reservation on the banks of the Jocko Pierre Paul La See and four young Indians bad returned the evening before from a hunting trip moruing Pierre Paul looked through i door and saw the miners cooking breakfast over their campfire He proposed to kill them and La La See agreed Taking their rifles they went bv a circuitous route to within fifty camp Two shots rang out and both men fell dead The bodies thrown into vha Jocko river and were found later bjr Bquavr of Larry Coture anil weru stones RiVd sunk to the river bottom Under threats of death tbe four Indians wno witnessed the crime kept the secret months but during thesummerof 1888 they confessed to seen the murders and offered to testify it of pro lection and tbe chain of positive testimony wai completed rNo action uatil August f 1888 Sheriff Heyfronol word fiv that La La See and Paul at Ravalli the Indians and the law whites who lived there Taking a men he hastened to Eavaili shortly after Concealing his posse inj tho frcicnt room of the be recon noitewd but no trace of the two murderers couldV be found The Indians of the Would not r v where bad gone and toe whites v didnotknow i The posse Fearcbed CTCry nook only to ind that the birds bad flown In tbe afternoon of the next day word tbe Sheriff that La andPier re Paul been seen near Duncan station on tion twenty miles west olBayallLv seemed worthy loathe bered within two milei of i cabin of LarryCoture with La tlicir crime Boarding aJieignftrain the rode tx withintwo miles ol Duncan Dtbe thicket which house The posse badnot prooeedel through before an oflBceriouL Ivirig flat on the ground i motionless asa that the had been OK had signaled to some oY olBoeris i cabin and1 Inter CptureHvM aiid level warden bfj the ;

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