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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE TRIBUNE is the only Sevenday Paper published be tween Denver and San Fran cisco and contains the only Complete Telegraph Service in tho Rocky Mountains THE TRIBUNE is delivered by carrier to all parts of the city at 25 cents per week Monday edition included Telephone VOL SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY SG DECEMBER 23 1S90 PRICE FIVE CEKTS WOBSETHMECMAGES Rassias Persecution of the Jews Without a Parallel in History THEY CANNOT EVEN PRAY IN PRIVATE Brttomarte nnd which hovo been engiwd In similar work for sometime have been ordered oto continue duty three months not BLAINE AfiD CLEVELAND National Jjeagnc Dismissed Doc A circular just Issued Informs the British brandies of the National LeaRtie that tho service of niont of tho offi cials connoctod with such branches will Their Children Excluded From tho Schoolw and JCvery Infamy Heaped Upon Explorationfl Tho ZambcHi for Foreign Affairs ST PKTKRSRUnO DOC DiH IranclHCO Chronicle Tiio conilltlcin of tho Jew In Kussla JH grow duprosslng ovury day aud their burdens more tlrosorno Certainly not In all rhti fUrk agtM not ovon In Spain woro the poopio troatod worse than now Tin prosecntlonH need not be iifiriiOfl They aro rotlly too horrible in many ciisos to mutic It soerns to bo gonor aiiy that my crime committed by a hrllian against a Jew will winked HIM tu ovory outrago und lifiiixd upon thorn Hut itpart things tho legal find ollljlally oppression Is bad enough tn tnaku i fho history of prsoution AlMlio 1iiisslunn are heavily taxed but in tn the taxation which they shun tho of tic people tho Jews suJlur One of IB Mm box tax whlh levied upon every pound of Dutchered to Jewish rites whioli of all mcaioaten by Jews tint this tax KOH furthor than t Is Invluil on tho rmils of nil bulld Ingt owned by Jows on tin of all coiiduoted by tho Jews upon all by Jowa to their hclrh upon itli cloihlng worn by JOWH and on var Jwwish Kor oxamplo has U pay a ywar for tho piMvilngir of M sUuil family prayers to too uustum of Ills Then is also another onndln wlilcli is in Tlnro ifi also a printing lax lovlod on all printing oiitTaUd by JDWS ranging from to of t ho press in civil llfo tun dlscrlnilnHtlon ugainst them ssilll No few may lht civil or or niudicluo No Jew may hold any local or municipal oIlltMi or take part In any oloctlon for the sanio No low may bo a moinbur of a Mihool board a uolleo nniglstrato bo foroinan of a Jury ho rnastur or vlco of 11 build To go I n to tlf private llfn of tho Tows It Is to be observed that In no school aro Uiftro liioru than 10 por confc of Jewish pupils In many towns tho JOWH form 50 uor cent or liinro of Mm population and so a majority of Mioir children uro denied prlvlUigos No rtIItif can bf obtulnod by swidlng tho chlidron In oMior wJure tho miiiilmrof resident JOWH not como up to tho 10 per umr booaiisn Mio law ox pressly that children of Jewish are jvliowod to attend school only Iu the place whoro their paronts llvo As to religious worship It is absolutely forbidden In private houses except by special pirmissiuii Thatis every Jew must snouro n llroiisf to hold family or ovon to pmv In private Ui bis own bodchambor Ilibllc In a syimgoguo Is only pir In or houses HO In planes with than nighty Jewish houses religious worship by tho Jows is forbidden Thcsolaws ufe onforced to tho very lottor and iiiorn It Is an ovoryday ocfiirronoo for Jews to bo rinod und imprisoned for praying without a Ueonse It is now rumored that more strlngoiU liuvs still iiro l hn promulgated and the only qnostion soems to how tar will It bo possible for unbridled and tyranny to go Doci Press Thirty Miousand Russian Jews aro expected arrive at Hamburg soon and arrange ments aro being made to send them to Bra THE 55AMBKSI NAVIGATKO f Ocjean Stoamors Can Ienotrato tho Airiciiii Interior LONDON Doc 122 Wan Kranoisco ClmmMn SorUssl the rnports of H II Johnson who has recently madeexplorations In Africa it appears that the river will bo moro valuable to commerce than hart been bullevotS for a nav igablu branch found It has long neon known MuUtho Xambosl river is tho third or fourth largest rlvor in Africa In its euntral and uppor portions however It bo navigatod on account of rapids and falls Its lowor oourso alo has not been for havlgatlon from tho sou because as far as was known not ono of the streams which foren its doltu oottld bo navi gated by soagomg vessels Two years ago Uanio1 Ranklu surprised Kooirrnphors by reporting that tho Uhlndo mouth of tho Zambosl could bo traversed at all stages of tbo tide by ououn vtrtsels Tho ijoww vas received with consIUorablo Incrod ulitv butKaiikln was known to bo a curo tul iniui and hU report upon his discovery exhnustivo and soomod to booonoluslvo Ihi surveyud the Ohlnclo river and his map was wldolv published Ilie itcctu expedition of H H Johnston proved aocunuy uf Kanklns report Ho usoondod the Uhlnde moulh of tho in v druwtng thirteen foot of water and had no dimoulty at all In roaohinK the main river Her Majestys ship In whioh he made this journoy is uortuinly the lavesvessel that has yet on tho btisi He loft iho Stork when she had forty miltvs up the rlvor aa It was not deemed advisable to take her beyond the tidal Inllucuce Tho rest of his journey up Slilsl rivers was mado in small boats Mr Johnston says the trip which formerly required seven the sea to the mouth of tho Sblsbl river can be made hy steamer on thoChindo uud Zam besi In threo days and small oceangoing can travel from Europe and ponO tratf Africa for a considerable distance in this direction It has therefore boon dis covered Mi lit tho 7ambesl will ho more uso fil to commerce than was supposed Scutch Trixrtic Pnrnlyzccl GLASGOW Doc railway strikers have so far sueeooded in tratltc throughout the district that very few trains iiro running fn the Lanark distriot the mineral and most of tho passenger trartlo Is stopped Tho strike ts spread ins rapidly About throe thousand men havo already left work and It art additional thousand mou will quit 10night A Million Marks tor Koch BERLIN Dec statement made that Gorman Government will grunt Hrofessor Koch murks and his as sistants marks for the privilege of nianufaoturlnc Koch lymph They will also have a larRO share of tbo profits from the manufacture Relief forIreland M S left Portsmouth today for Gulway loaded with nuai and stores of all dosorip tiniiH It is one of a serlus of cargoes sent by the Government to relievo tne starvirip inlujbltants of certain sections of Ireland Tbrcp other gun boats the S he nttoded n the futuro owing to the pres ent financial position of tho League An Archbishop for Salt Lake ROMK Dec 22 It Is announced that at the comhiff consistory Bishop Katzor will be appointed Archbishop of Milwaukee Bishop Scarmell Archbishop of Omaha and Bishop Soanlan Archbishop of Salt Lake Opposition to Protection MADRID Dee Kenor Moret president of tho Tariff Commission has submitted a personal report to the Government setting forth tho disastrous olTects of protection and opposing a further increase of duties The Eyraud Verdict Null PAIMR Dec La Latcrnc today pub lishes a slatotnont that orjo of tho jurymen who trlufl Eyraud and Bompard was a bank rupt which says tho newspaper annuls tho ve rd lot A German Naturalist Arrested LONDON Doc German naturalist Professor Halns has buon murdered in A rigid Investigation has boeii lastl tutod and flftoon Christians arrested A Buenos Ayros BTTKNOS AVRRS Dec 22 A rumor Is cur ront that a plot to overthrow the Govorri inont has boon discovered and several ar rested A F HANK POUT Doo U Is announced that negotiations for a now Portuguese loan aro concluded subject to tho assent of the Cortes A Dutch Composer Dead OoiKMiAdKN Hoc death of Niels Wilhulin Jado thu composer Is announced DISPOSAL OF SMUGGLED CHINAMEN THJCY MUST 15I5 KKTUKMCO FROM WIIiNCK TUJfltf OAiUJC Chinamen Coming From Mexico nnd Canada flimt Ho KoMirnod to Tliono Countries and Not to China WASHINGTON Doc some time past It has liLun the praotloo of tho Treasury De parttrumt to return to China at Government expense all Chi nose laborers eonvlotyd of entering our territory in vinlatlan of tho Kxclusion act This applied to Ohlruunon simiijgUjfl over tho Canadian borders us well as routing direct from China Amount decision of Judge Mnxoy of tho United States District Court of tho Western of Texas however will If sustained compel u material modification of tills ft Is In otleot that the Gov ernment has no right under the law to send to China Chinese laborers who enter the United States from contiguous countries unless ovldfinuo Is produced that they came frum China or In words that tho lunguago of Uu law autliorixlng thoir return to the country whence they came should In such cases be construed to mean the con tiguous oouutry arid uot China Tu the case in question the Chinamen who hud boon convicted before tho United States Commissioner of unlawfully entering tho United States from Mexico were ordered to he deported China at the Covernments expense Their cuunsol applied to Judge for a writ of habeas corpus and aC Injuring the evidence ho ordered their release from custody on the ground that tho Cummlfisioiier had exceeded his uiuhorliy In ordering them sent tu China lie held that they could lawfully be sent to Mexico and nowhere elso Reports from tho special treasury agents are lo the otVect that tho adoption of the course suggested by tho Court would alvord no relief wluiiever as the Chinamen re turned to Mexico would remain In he vicin ity and come back Into our territory at the Urst opportunity Secftjtury and Assistant Secretary tipalding arc consider ing the mutter A SCORE OF FIRST BORN SONS HOW A SCAMP TU SliNATuliS A of the iHguiflod Statesmen Who to tho Support of Their Naniosrxlco and Ills AHiotol ITuthor Doo wholo city Is laughing tonight over a story told In this evenings Star of how a smart confidence man in Baltimore has been victimizing the grave and dllinlflod United States Senators Within tho past three weeks this man who goes by tho name of Willhim Duvall has boon writing to different Senators Inforniing thorn that iho firstborn son In his family had just baen namod aftor them and en closing a baptismal certificate The letter states thathe has boon so unfortunate as to break a leg that his f ol lowwork men got up an entertainment for his bone fit and would ho be so kind as to take the enclosed five tickets each and remit Mr Duvall would undoubtedly have been working tuo Senate yet had he not unfor tunately decided on Saturday to make a victim of Senator Maudorsun ot Nebraska It so happened that Senator Manderson had seen a similar a few clays In whioh the name of this firstborn sou was declared to be Justin Morrell Uuval and ho likewise knew tha venerable Senator from Vermont had taken from his salary and sent ic to the suftoring father in Convinced that 1C Mrs Duvall could bo the mother of two firstborn chil dren might give birth to a few more at the same time Manderson Instituted an in vestigation tho result of which caused much laughter in tho Seuate today which was mystifying to tho galleries until tho story camw out According to the certificates which have been uncovered tho following Senators have been worked Dolph Evans Biggins Uar lislo Paddock Squire YVolcott Edmunds Panders Potiigrow Power Stanford Saw yer Stockbridiie Blair Hoar Hale Wash burn Vest and illscock There aro those about the Somite who say that there are other newlyborn Duvals among them John Sherman Puval Matthew Stan ley Quay Ouviil and Arthur Gorman Duval but the gentlemen thus honored insist that they have not been called upon Tt Is understood that several of the Sena tors besidessending S3 alsosent fho little ono a stiver mug spoon or somo other token The VlooPrtsident did not escape There Is a Lovi Morton Uuvai and he or his father owns a nice silver cup appropriately Inscribed It Is probable that prooeodiuss will bo instituted ugauVst Duval notwith standing thcgrettt sizo of his family aud tho added disability of tho broken Jog A Paper on Kochs Lymph NRW YOTIK Doc a meeting of tho Now York Modiosil Society tonight Dr Lindsay Just roturued from liorlln read an interesting paper on Kochs lymph lie SiUd up to tho time of his leaving Professor Gerh trdt bud notdlschtugod a case as euvod in pulmonary The American doc tors in Berlin however were at the wonderful cures of hums The Farmers of the Country Vote for Presidential Candidates THE OLD FAVORITES STILL IN THE LEAD Voorhces Attacks the Administra Indiana Senator Dis closes a Plot to Colonize His State with Defense of tho Elections Bill Deo ela bonitelyplannod canvass to ascertain the opinions of tho farmers throughout the country on certain questions has been con ducted on an extensive scale for the past threo months by tho Agricultural Press of Springfield in connection with other farm ing journals Wost aud East Nearly OOf cards have boon received in answer The questions were on certain practical economic und political issues Including tho Idea on tho tariff Government ownership of railroad and telegraph The final question was who should be the Republican Democrat nominees for tho Presidency In 1802 Tho answers have been tabulated only so far as they relate to tho last ques tion but enough has been dono to show Federal aid to agricultural education and the teaching of science In the rural schools aro overwhelmingly endorsed The sentiment regarding Government ownership of railroads Is quite evenly di vided Many who vote against such owner ships insist on Government supervision and full control of the railroads The views expressedas to the new tariff law reciprocity and proposed modifica tion of tho national land policy are so di verse that It will bo somo days before they aro classified r In reference to the voto for tho Presi dential it Is explained that tho journals interested interpreted tho Novem ber elections as moaning that tho fanners woro weary of tho old favorites and old measures and demanded new men and new issues These journals therefore advocate Secretary Rusk and Congressman Match as proper Republican and ncrnocratic standard bearers for 180S In spite of this however tho farmers expressed their preference foi Presidential candidates In tho following manner OANDIDATKH Maine Harrison Busk Scrnff New Middle WHO Western The 418 K6 Prtcifle Ooust 253 2H3 Tho CAN111UATKR Cleveland JTill Hatch Middle Contnil Western The M1 425 Pucitlc 755 215 9 Tho 720 100 331 347 82 Of tho soattoring Republican vote Rosed loads with followed hy McKhilay with 3020 All but 250 of those ourds having boon mailed beforo the November election Depow has 2727 and Plumb of Kansas a goodly showing but the rost aro mostly for ii In tho scattering Democratic vote Gover nor Pattison loads with over ilSOO Carlisle has 700 and Governor Russell of Massachu setts fiOO tlioothers being for a VOORHEES REVEALS A Tho Gentleman From Indiana At tixclcs the Administration WASIJINOTON Doo was a small attendance of Senators this morning which attracted tho attention of tho Democrats and Harris demanded a call of tho roll As twelve loss than ft quorum responded to tho call the Sorgoantatarms was directed to request the presence of the absent mem bers In the course of half an hour a quorum appeared A bill to establish a record and uoiisioii office in tho War Department was piused Tho ronoit on the Sioux Reserva tion bill WILS Cnllom by request introduuoil a bill to inoor PanAmerican Transportation Cum lloarcavo notico that ho would at this afuirnoou ask the Sonata to take u recess until 3 oclock The HVusfi nmondmcnt to the Snnnto aniond to tlie Urgent Defioiency bill striking out tho appropriation for the ray of clerks to wns not concurred in lliirgins spoke on the Election bill on Stewarts opposition it he said that Senators objections were that ic tmtl faults but that it did not have faults Not that it was a forcu bill but that it was not a force hill Ho at groat length the olections in various Stsiles to show tlie necessity for the reform proposed in the rending ineastue As to the claims of the ioutheru Senators could not nogro dounnatiou Higgins believed that theio never was a day when the Southern while lend ers could not iiuvo had hearty support and ollowing of the black men of the South for tho xsklnp lithad always considered that the one voat servlof t ic Lemooratio party had rendered was its corraling ai d bringing into the fold all the people who o least Uttud to discharge functions of An ericnn and why he nskotl hnd not the Democrats done fie sarnn with the black replied the vonsou wns that in the re contruction period the carpetbaggers made the blacks boliovo that the whites wore their ene mies and arrayed the blncks in nn oathbound league to vote the Republican ticket B3 rlipffins denied that the problem of manhood sitTrage ever had a chance nt tho The pending bill was moderate necessary and just It would bring no moreviolence than the pres ent laws If it did the Senatorscould not help They ootild not take the responsibility of re fusing to do right others would do wrong Yoorhees opposed tho bill The opening part of his speech consisted of criticism of President Harrison for that portion of his message to Con gress urging the passage of an election bill If Mr Harrison he said should undertake to put OH the stage A School for he could not do better than dramatize that portion of his mes sage that related to fair and honest elections The rank corruption of tho election of 1SS8 was resting folded awayin blocks of and was still fresh and carefully preserved in the miuds of ihe American people Voorhoos charged that within sixty days after inoorningof tho present administnuion au extonsivK powerful and corrupt conspinioy wns formed to import n ccirtain class of voters from distant parts of the country into Indiana West Virginia nnd CoDnoetuvut i order to secure ma joriMos in for tho Republican tickfl in 1KI2 Proofhad bomi published in Uio Now York on the 4th of October last inolnding a letter from HoustonTreasurer of the United States to Mr Lindsay author of tho plan de claring himself heartily in favor of the und siying that he would speakto the President It was painful Voorhoes remarked to reflect that a man who knewBenjamin Harrison better than any other man public life hud cnrried him and his fortunes through the stormy and corrupt campaign 1SS8 filt in submitting for his cou siduratioti mid com dele project for tho overthrow of s h a meloss colon i b ui okbvotcrs th o South yet tiiat retnined his bigh1 and hadinet wjth lip rebuke The mimes pi Dudley Quay having boon mtintioued iu Voorhees said in commont iiinou with that couspiraby but most ment wore bur rowiiignmid ovortlirow to her people under the rule of lie lowest ntgro element that coud be brought aud imported from the South Voorliee went on to read letters from Quay and from somo Republican Representaiives from approving the plan us well as the eomspomkuct between Lindsay and his coworker in Un enterprise Whilchiiiulof North Carolina giving some points of tlie plan find suggesting that some 5000 negroes from North Juruliiui must fa placed hi ludiaua In ono of the epistles of Lindsay iu his con federate said Voorhec the following rich and historic marvel of advice and instruction was given Now my dcnr friend read this Ititier which I hope will put you in better spirits and then iu the language of one of our gresiteht statesmen Burn this Do uot tear it up but hum 5 Voorheus spoke at length against the election hill und appealed for Mir piny to tho South ami declared that in every one of tho Southern States Mm neurons hud received more nml lusher polit ical honors than in all the Suites put together Hour at G p moved that the Senate take ft recess until S The vote was M nays r No duoriira Hoar he had noticed that since the motion a numhcr of Democratic Senators had left the chamber and others did not votu As it seemed ipipossiblo get a quorum he moved to adjourn anu this was done House WASHINGTON Dec three or four measures relating to the District of Columbia were disposed of tho Flouse adjourned THE KILKENNY ELECTION BOTH SIDES CLAOt IT RY A SMALL MAJORITY Harrington Protests Ajrainst the Prea of the at Tlp Supports Paruell KYIMCENNT Dec polling opened briskly this morning The presence of tho military and a force of police scat tered throughout North Kilkenny seems to be a guarantee against any serious broaches of peaue The contingent supporters on both sides have arrivocl at CastleComer which point they apparently regard as the key to the constituency The feeling of tho majority of thevoters so far as can bo judged seems to be An al tercation took place between Harrington and a number of priests This was occa sioned by what Harrington termed the priests interference with the voters Hot words wore exchanged and in spite of protests tho priests continued to work influencing voters thought to bo leaning toward Parnell P urn oil has returned from a visit to tho voters of Goworan Ho is in the highest spirits and announced that Gnweran will poll almosta solid vote for Scully Infor mation is received from CastleComer that Parnoll met with a hostile reception It is also statedthat tho miners are voting sol idly Cor Hcnnessy Reports from Johnstown stinte that it was with difficulty that tho police today prevented a serious collision beinvoen tho excited rival factions The Parnollitos claim a majority at Johnstown The elec tion excitement thore was increased when it became known that Seully the Parnellito candidate had entered a formal protest against tho laxity of the rosrulatlon in re gard to tho admittance of strangnrs at tho polling stations Ho and hisfriendsas swrtod that the presence was apparent in tho polling places of many priestsknown to be Hennossy This they claim is contrary to tho law In an interview this evening Parnell said he expected the majority to bo small which ever party won He hoped the bitterness of language that marked the contest wJll bo forgotten His eyes Davitt this evening said lie was confident that Henuessys majority would be 1000 Chicago Is With Him CHICAGO Deo rousing big meeting of Irish Americans was held at Battery I tonight and adopted amid enthusiastic cheers resolutions upholding Parnell and his recent proruinoiainento aeainst English dictation in Irish affairs under any circum A Raid on tho Dec carters employed by the Jnsupprcssibla newspaper while driving through the streets with a load of papers were compelled by masked men to drive to 1hcenix Park where the papers wore torn to pieces and scattered in all di rections A Tipperary Collision RuBLm Wee Carrlekon8ulr Tipperary a crowd of Parnellites who attempted to make a bonfire of a pile of copies of Davitts newspapers were attacked and routed by Davitts sympathizers Sev eral were wounded Hennessy Elected LONDON Dec dispatch from Kil kenny to the Daily Ntws says there is not the slightest doubt that Henuessy is elected by at least 500 majority THE MORMON EXODUS YOUNG SAYS THE NEGOTIATIONS ABE NOT The Sulntu WlH Nnt Be Permitted to Tracticc Polygamy Youny Contem plates Extenaive Buildinj NEW YORK Deo W Young son of BriRhamYoung was interviewed hereto day regarding the announcement from Lima Ohio last night about a scheme of coloniz ing Mormons in Mexico He said the nego tiations for the proposed concessions were not concluded and if they are they will be for not acres There Is neither intention nor possibility he said of introducing the practice of polygamy in Furthermore the terms of the con cession do not confine the settlement to Mormons but leave it open to all persons of good character The colonists will be sub ject to the Mexican laws If the negotiat tions succeed Young will under the conces sion build 1500 miles of railroad in Mexico A dispatch from Ohio says B whose name was connected with tho matter states that tho contract made with Young is for a railroad south of Dem ing and has nothing to do with Mor mon colonization THE U P PRESLDENCr It Is to Be George Goulds Christmas Present NEW YORK Dec TRIBUNE San FranciscoChronicle the rumors current at the Windsor Dote today turn out to be correct George J Gould is about to receive a Christr mas present from his Indulgent father Is reported that tiie young man is tp be made President of tlie tTnion wav Company and presented witha block of the stock aJ5 Sidney Dillon has been President of the CQuIob Pa oilic f or but does not carofor the position and to oblige Tuy George Gouldis alreadypiesl dent of ono the Pacific tlmtsis the youngiiiahis cuo wii to possess1ain ambition tp pose as a 1 Joseph Bur of a iwh died to 6ATHERED AT THE CAPITAL The Weather Biircan Predicts a Cold Wave ToBay Rft A MORMON POLYGAMY DECISION The Wife Not Competent Witness Ajrainst Her Sitting Bull Situation in the Seuate Deo Roush a clerk in tho Pension Oilice testified before the Ruum Investigation Committee today She had written one letter at Tanners re quest on business of the refrigerator com pany after office hours After tho examination of a number of other witnesses the committee adjourned subject to call A COLD HVAVE COMING The Signal Office special bulletin says this morning the temperature of Wyoming and Montana and qther points of tho Northwest was 20 degrees above this unusual warmth being followed by an area of very high pressure and low temperature winch ap peared this morning in the extreme North west and which will cause tonight and Tuesday an extreme fall in temperature in tho districts mentioned and Minnesota and Dakota followed over Iowa and Nebraska by falls ranging from 25 to 30 degrees A MORMON POLYGAMY DECISION The Supreme Court of tbo United States today rendered an important decision in a Mormon polygamy case holding that a wife Is not a competent witness against her hus band whenpolygamy is the crime charged William K RiisseU in ISS6 was found guilty of polygamy on tho testimony of his tirst wife from whom ho was divorced after he took his second wifo Tho former wifes testimony was the only dirocc evidence produced and Ib was upon her testimony that Bassotts conviction was secured Ho Look an appeal to tlie Supremo Court of Utah contendingljthat his wifes testimony was inadmissible andwhen tho Courtdecided against him brought tho case here This Court reverses tho decision of the Territorial Court and hold tho wife an incompetent witness The case Is remanded to the Utah Courts with instructions to grant a new trial A SITTING BIJTL ON In the llousa today Rlanchard of fered for reference a preamble and resolu tion calling for the appointment of a com mittee of live to inquire into the killing of Sitting Bull and the immediate causes lead ing thereto tho committee also to investi gate tho existing Indian troubles in the The preamble recites that tbo killing ap pears to have been accomplished under cir cumstances recognized neither by tho laws of war nor the laws of and tho res olution directs the Commission to investi gate whether a state of war existed which justified his summary taking olT if not what was for his violent death at the hands of tho Indian police in the employ of tho TUB SEJSATOIWAT SITUATION There does not appear to be any material chance In tho situation In the Senate and it is impossible to prcdictwhon the financial bill will conoo up There are signs of a change of some kind in the treatment of the Election bill aud it is possible that a cloturo resolution will bo submitted tomor row to lie upon xho table until its calling up is deemed necessary or expeditious A DElfUNSE RAM CONTRACT Secretary Tracy has awarded tho contract for building the armored harbor defense ram to the Bath Iron Works of Maine at a bid of EENATOTC HEARSTS ILLNESS Senator Hearst is still quite ill and It will be some time before ho will bo able to re sume his Senatorial duties KEANES BRILLIANT FINANCIERING THE CHICAGO BANKER DISCOUNTED HIS WIFES PAPJSK Tho Assefs Continue to Grow the Investigation Kevoals Dnys Failures CHTOAGO Dee will be begun to day by a number of other depositors in Keans bank who want the amount of their deposits returned on the ground that the bank was insolvent when their deposits were made present rate If all the claims of persons who made deposits within thirty days before tho suspension are allowed they promise to eat up nearly all the assets of the other creditors The assets continue to grow less It Is now estimated that tbe bills receivable scheduled at will not realize 000 An Investigation of tbe banks books shows further that Mrs Culvers account is overdrawn and Morton Culvers ac ount Morton Culver appeared In court this morning and Mrs Culver had anInterest in the bank to the amount of and that as far as he knew tbero had never been a settlement of the partnership account though he had en deavored to secure one Witness believed the business was profitable but that Kean conducted it in an extravagant manner aud could never be brought to make a statement of the condition of tho bank till recently Culver that bis wifes Interest consisted of mortgages and notes on which the bank was able to realize 87000 Of these securities in the shape of notes and mortgages was sdvenby a map named Hanchett simply paper The fact turned out that Kean had included these accojrmnodation securities in bis statement of assetsto the commercial agency It appeared according to tbe testimony of Cashier Warne that Kean had renewed paper for over the only security being land contracts The books also show that Kean discounted his own paper for his wifes for The Meyer Statement NEW Deo credi tors of Y A Meyer made a statement to day showing that the assets or the New Orleans and New York houses amount to and the liabilities to The firm asked and three years extension promising to pay In full AnOntario Assignment LONDON asslgnmentv of John Elliott Son manufacturorsof announced There are consider able assets but the losses will AilAssignment Void GtrarmiK Justice the CommiircialBank is He will appoint Wdrfthi ateni an are probably over The assets aro not computed Boston Jewelers Quit BOSTON Dec T Seavans have Liabilities BdoA 4 in littla THE BACILLUS A Surgeon fakes nu Im portant Discovery PHILADELPHIA Dec Dis patchSan Francisco Chroniclc While the civilized world Is rinRinc with praises of tho Koch lymph cure fur consump tion Dr Landes of tho veternary depart ment of tho University of Pennsylvania lias been making a number of successful experiments that leave no doubt in the minds of trentlemen of broad experience that he has discovered the bacillus of that al ways fat il and muchdreaded disease known as lockjaw or tetanus The Inves tigations of Dr Laudos date back to 1SS9 were first brought about by the fact in the Fourth of luly toy pistol did so much to cause fatalities among the junior population of Philadelphia Tt was during this period that lockjaw prevailed to such an extent as to almost amount to an epide mic and there was no case cured Dr Zuilli one of the surgeons in chief of tho veteri nary school said to a reporter I have no doubt that Dr Landos has found the bacillus that CHUSCS lockjaw I think his experiments with whioh I am perfectly familiar prove beyond a doubt that it is the same germ that has been found by Dr of Buffalo N and who has de monstrated the fact that it is the bacillus responsible for tetanus A HOSTILE BAND CAPTURED BIG FOOT AD HIS BROUGHT IX BKAYKS Two Companies of Troops In tho Yellow Stone Said to Bo llnd Land Hoatilos Defiant WASHINGTON Dec Puhofiold received a telegram from dated at Rapid City Doirumber l2Lud as follows 1 believe all or nearly all of the followers of Sitting Bull aro captured Colonel Summers reports today the capture or Ulg Foots band of Sioux numbering ISO lie has boon most defiant and threatening The result so far been satisfactory OMAHA Deo special to the Ttw says Sitting Hulls band of led by Hig Foot has just surrendered to Colonel Summers who with 200 soldiers succeeded in sfurrounding them iu tho vicinity of Standing Rock while they were working for tho Bad Lauds RAPID OITV S Dec to General Miles from Colonel Stunner to day show that nearly all of Sitting Bulls followers together with Big Foots band have surrendered to him Colonel Sunnier in a dispatch said this disposes of all the Indians along tho Cheyenne river and if there are any more of Sitting Bulls people out he doesnt know where they be Geneval Brooke reports the arrival of tho friendly Indians at the Bad Lands camp and says the capture of Sitting Bulls peo ple and Big Foots forces will aid the elVorts of the frlendlios to bring in the tilos An Indian scout reports to Gen eral Brooke that Short Bulls followers aro anxious to como Int but aro withhold by tho threats of Kicking Bear one of Sitting Bulls agents Tho scout thinks however the frleudlies will at 1ist succeed in bring ing out Short Bulls followers A report has reached General Miles via Jllssoula that two companies of soldiers in the Yellowstone region are surrounded north oC tho Cave Hills by GOO or 600 Idinns and have sent a courier out with a notifica tion of clangor to the settlers General Miles says there are Indians in that vicinity the report that troops are hemmed in He has however ordered re inforccmeuts sent THE HOSTILES DEFIANT They Declare the Soldiers Aro Afraid to Fight Them PINK RIDGE AGENOV S Doc cial to First widely known as one of the most sagacious of In dian scouts has returned from the hostile camp General Brooke sent him out last Thursday and he spent allot Saturday in the hostile camp When he attempted to present the peaceful mission on which ho sent the Indians leveled thoir guns at him and his voice was drowned m a babel of war cries Then one of the lead ers among the hostiles said to him that they would listen to no more peace talk and would never again allow an advocate of peace to leave their camp alive The statements they made a week ago the big piece party sent out to parley with them to the effect that the white soldiers were cowards and afniid to fight them were reiterated with vehemence They called Stands First a woman and the slave of the whitemeu Stands First asked them what would be come of their wives and families when the soldiers came after them and tbo hostiles replied that they had been ready for a month to show that they could protect them He says there are a few in the hostile camp who would be willing to como In but the great majority ho thinks will not THE MESSIAH INTERVIEWED He Went to Heaven and God Told Him to Reform the World PORTLAND Dec A J Chapman the scout sent to Nevada by General Gib bon to look up the Indian Messiah has re turned He found the man to beaful blood Piute Indian named Lie has always been peacable nnd vigorously disclaims any Incendiary doctrines lie says he was hunting one day and was sud denly lelhkl to the ground by an unseen force He was then taken to heaven where he saw all the whites and Indians that have died on earth Ho was then brought back to the spot where he bad been stricken down and God told bim that he would be entrusted with the mission of reforming the world He says he has since preached only doctrines of peace and industry All this confirms the previous stories and indicates that the Eastern Indians exagger ated to fit their ideas This Indian livedsome time with a very religious white family where he probably got his ideas first THE SITTING FIGHT Agent McLaiiflrh It ri Sends in His Official Report WASHINGTON Dec The Commission er of Indian Affairs has received from Indian Agent McLaughlin the report oftoefight between the Indian police and the followers of SittingBull on the when that chief was captured The Teport doeS uot dilfer materially from what has already been printed The aeent speaks In the very highest terras of the judgment and bravery of the Indian police and strongly urges that a generous allowancebe made for the fam ilies of chose killed Beside the Indian police there were iour Toldnteers Grey Eagle Spotted Thunder Otter Robe and Young Eagle who participated iuitne fighv renderinggood service and deser vmg vecog pEsrvEii 22 A special to j the f City says troops f ronvColonel Oarrs command yesterday are otv their way to the hostiles cia the W ore troops have ieiea sent cu is received that a large number 6t Indians are trying to join those in the Bad Lands but the number Is beliered to be exaggerated Yesterday ten cowboys ambushed a n amber of buckg near Battle killing one aud wounding The oaptund a number ol poniM and i THE RUSSIAN FRA DIAVOLO Extraordinary Exploits of a Soble and His Bandits THE CZARS ARMY COULDNT CATCH HIM He Dallied With His Lady Love and Will Goto the Siberian Criminal Murderer Held ST PETERSBURG Deo Dis Francisco Chronicle Loutsk in Poland tho criminal court has just been engaged in ono of tho most extra ordinary trials on record Tho accused was a Russian nobleman named Kroukowski whoso exploits as a brigand put Fra Dlavolo and ail his brothers in tho ah ado and the interesting thing about all of his criminal n nd romantic career is that thera is no room for In tho story because It lias boon established by evidence corroborated and sworn to in court For years past this man Kroukowskl was in the habit of carrying on a nocturnal war fare upon tho rich nobles of Volhynia Being a son of rich parents who lived in Po bolsk ho reooived an excellent education and spoke French like a Parisian Ho spent a grout deal of his time in Paris at the com mcmtMnont ni his career and was tho guest thoro of soveral irisioeriuic families In IJJS ho was living a very fast in the French capital and when his fortune bugan to slip away from him ho A BAND OP imiOAXDS tho principal oilloors of which his coach nuMi his valets and somo monjinks on his owa ostatos Then ho set out for tho Kejoff Govern niMit nnd to take tho castles of tha nobles by storm or strategy according to circum stances in aftor A few skirmishes with the found himself and his band nothing seismed left for him but icjjih or surrender The troops however only suiccodeti in cnptiiring a comparatively smnU numlier of tho brigands and their astonishment was jrresu when it was discovered that the chief had escaped Then they reniomborcd that a feohio nnrt whiushendcd man bent with ago asking charity of the oilicors was permittcd to pass through liiKfi That bogus old beggar was Kroiikowski Two years slipped by and nothing inoro was hoard of him until suddenly he appeared at tho head of anoi her band of robbers which ho or ind equipped for sarvico in where his exploits were recommenced Of course he never remained very long in ono place and his movements were Bingulany rapid Ho came upon the community LIKB A BLTZZAKl nnd his boldness knew no bounds At Loutsk nnd Uoubno it was shown in tho evidence that he often used to walk about tbo street and ilirt with but time tho police got wind ot his presence ilia search for him proved fruitless One night however tho authorities became uware of the fact that tho celebrated banditwas in a lilile inn at the outskirts of tho village of ivevertsi troops woro immediately called out tho placfi wns surrounded and all thovdoors cufifully guarded Suddeulv a Iviifislan ofllccr in fiill uniform np pcarod with an air of authority ho asked to soo the officer in commnnU of tho troops Thodatter approached him respectfully and told object of his vifiii Tho handsome officer seemed surprised at first and then smiled at what ho np jwared to regard AS a hoax Then ho requostod young Lieutenant iu command to bo so good ns givai a with which he presented him in the politest innuncr nossiMo to nis friend tho chief of police The Lieutenant took tho letter promised to deliver it The fine looking Russian ollicer stalked away ing returned the military ealuto ivitn which tho troops honored him the Lieutenant got back to tbo village with his men and reported he handed tho chief of police the letter which bo had received from his brother officer The latter opened it and read in French Kroiikowski tha chief of brigands presented his compliments to tho chief of The unfortunate Liouton ant lost hifl rauk for allowing himself to ba duped Kronkowski also followed the example of his Italian confreres in making prisoners and de manding hitfh ransom for them One of his prisoners was daughter cf a prominent Rus sian Count The Count paid the ransom and got hack his daughter but was soon afterward horri Hcd to learn that she was about to mother He then proposed to tho outlaw to marry his daughter and promised that if he did so and returned to an honest life ho would do bis utmost to secure his pardon and would succeed beyond a doubt but Kroiikowski replied that regretted exceedingly previous engage ment put it out of Ms power so comply with tha Counts request He was very much m love with another lady The authorities then went to work to discover that interesting young Jndy Thoy found her house where at lust after a desperate fight Kronkowski was captured Althougn nis fights and duels were innumerable there wag no ovi dence to prove that ho ever committed cold blooded murder That was about all that could be said of him except that he was a charitable robber and his gifts to tho poor were princely The Court sentenced him to penal servitude for life mid his appeal to the Czar has been unan swered He will bo sent io the Island of Sakha line in Siberia where he will he chained to some other convict in tho gold mines from which no prisoner has ever yet escaped THE CASE looser Is Held and the Discharged FERRY Dec Special to The examination of W Fv Jlischoff Fred Miller Thomas OHara and John Loser before Judge SJnnott la Shnllenbcrger muder case was today con eluded Assistant District Attorney Bier bower conducted the crossexamination of the defense for the State OHara Blscboff and Miller were discharged from custody but the Court decided to hold Loser to swer before the grand jury and be therefore committed to tbe custody of the yiierll Shullcnbergers antemortem inent bofore Justice Sirinott Is as followi John U Shullenberger being duly sworn poses ind says M v name is John H ger aged swf reside at Glenns Ferry Idaho I was bRikcmun Ko 23 coing west front GlenirFerry on the night of December at Mcdburv 1 discovered four tramps in a rar on the train by orders of the conductor F ortlerfd them to get owt they got out train stopped I got off the train and stood beside one of the cars of the train until it started Juft us soon as the tram started tfgaitf one of the tour took and threw me under the train while the v train was iit motion The car wheels I have the loss of both limbi I made no threats of injury to ny of thew men no hostile to them whatever I used no force of the car I simply told u them to out and they did so My injuries molted from no accident They are the resuHpfthe y evil design of the men referred to Had who threw me under let me alone I would be in health Here are tho scratches mv hand mlde by the man me under v tried lo escape showed scriilcluS abrasJons on njs right handl ThrjhC plnting to Loser and Hischoff are the mnn whom1 put out and of fourof whom me under train I identify these men as thosopnt the time I and thrown train T suvuding on the platform about feet 1rom the traic I vas waiting lor the carto me would not vet made auymove toward TT JOHST Italians accused Police Criminal Court   

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