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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE TRIBUNE is only Sevenday Paper published be tween Denver and San Fran cisco and contains tne only Complete Telegrapfc Service in the Rocky Mountains THE TK1BUNZ is delivered by carrier to all parts of the city at 25 cents per weolc Monday edition included Telephone No j X 14 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY MOESnNTG DECEMBER 24 1890 nnrtiin m imfiJ DUTO PROUD OiHER IBiSH LOvEB nstance sfiylns quietly to those who Krs OShca Awaits Farncll at tlie French Capital SHE AVOIDS KODAKS AND REPORTERS PrinoeFerciinaml toMnrry Xiooo Stand ITp tho IH From PARIS Heo fian lranclHW Chronicle Surios OSlioa has bnon trying to proservo hnr slnco her arrival hurt but tho has not hoMi vory sucnoHKful Oorres poruhmtH reporters and artiste with loaded kodaUs havehcftri waiting nid for hor to mako a public Sbe do olinod to receive a of n Frtmcii polltioal woeltly but hu cautcht u IHT that was n siiHiclont basis for t loriK rcvlovrlnK her roiaftlonfl witli MJarru dlvnrcQ proooudlngs tho tomplkrarioiiHurlHliiK from the wiU of hor aunt A lady frlnnd who called npnn hor last nlxlit your corrcHpondiMM that Is vory rjitimnt nvon to hur most Lrustid in tan cos Shi Is greatly annoyed at c Klvfiri her ulTalrs though sho affirms that she can troat publio opinion with Concerning her relations with thi homo ruler she said sho was proud to ho loved by him that ho was nolnnr than any of dtstnicturrf In hor oytH a niitlonul horn auld sho expected him In Iarls thin wcuk whovi ho sumo eminont ocullsw as to the bost treatment for his which wore in jurod in Iroiivnd last wenk flor horo at tills time who olaims Is not really in oonnoctlon with Irish politi cal alTd Irs Sho wants to HOC uro a stiJtanlo in a Parisian suburb for herself and children Bho ban hinted howovor that shf exports to moot Mrs William OfJrltui nnd in this way tho modern ilulcu rtjach hor husband arid load him a cupUvo into tho 1nrnoll cump Thoro little doubt that who 3s horo for a lengthy campaign us hor KIIK llsh maid Is wlrli her and sho has deposited qiilto a larpo sum of money to hor credit In a prominent ImnkinK houeu with London ooiiriocLkins presumably 1 S MotKiin Oo ANOTHKIl ATTACK ON STANLEY Tftinosonfl Dairies of tho Hoar Gtmrd Quarrel LONDON Doo diary will bo pubUrthHd tomorrow In the profuuo Mrs Jamoaon arid tho dead mans bitterly attack Sltfinioy for mukhit Jameson tho sciipopuftt for all tho troubles which they assort are due to Stanleys bud Judfi nuMifc and nCKleot Tho dairy Is a record of tho dally pro press and of tho oxporiltlon In torsporsod disputes botwoon and his followors and liberally sprinkled with tho records of Jamesons grievances against Stanloy In ono plaoo ho nays ley doftraded oldcTH the boat Jameson had ovor soon and only voloasod thorn on tho f Tippo Tib Aealn ho rofors to a dlsKraoHful row bo Stttnloy Tophson and Stairs In nftroncfi to complfvinta of the natlvos word Ntnnicy takes In proforonoo to that of his olthwrs to tho roar pnard at Vamhuya says Stanley loft thmn of tho veryworst nion undor ono worthless chief Tho oump ho said was plfchnd Ina fritfhthilly damp Ho describes many thrilling TO MARRY Princess Niecc of tho AVU1 no the Brido Dispatch Francisco Chronicle shall probably hoar lu the cornHe of the noxt year that tho oldest of tho four duujih Uus ot1 tho Duko and Puohoss of Kdlnhursh 1rlncoss Mario is polnc to bo botrotnod to JrinoH Fordlnand of Rounmnift nophow and pnMumpMvo hoir of Kins Charles who is a nophow of tho Com toss of Klandors and tho youiiKOst brother of Prince Mohou SlKUiarlnKon Ferdinand was born in August IMS and tho Princess Is ten years his junior Ho is a lioimin Catholic and thoPrlncrtss bolonus to tho orthodox Gvtiok clHirch in whioh faith it was long Hflo settled that nny children oC tho Crown Prince aro to bo brought might bo tho roliKkm oC his wlfw Tho PriiuO in a largo fortuno from his father and tho King of Is immensely rich and has no nearor relative than hisnnphow Tho marriage of un hoir to Mm tlnono of Ktmriuuiia with a niooo Of tho Kmprrnr of Kuxslii wtMikl an ovont of oonsiduruble l ImporUinoo rusio ur A Useful Hint to Americans Wlio Ex pecf to Visit Gormany HiRMN lec San Franobuo Intendlnc to pay a visit to Germany should pnsfo in their hats a now deolslon of tho Su prcmO Court of tho Empire at Lolpslc that if you romuin seated tho of the Kmporcr Is proposed you aro guilty of the orlmo known as Iwmajrate a sort of potty treason punishable by various degrees of Impiiacnmont and Gorman prison As the caso presented uud douldecl appllod only to tho Kmporor it may rousotiuhly follow that thii same decision would bo arrived at in tho thu othor German too tuiRiurous to mention who abound In tho Itwould also bo well tiiorcforo fur ovory tourist to bo armed with a copy of tho Almanaoh do Goiha ana ktitsy his ears open for royal and iiuuor lil toasts THE SKljlVKRSKOFP CASE How nn Anarchist EdHor Raised tho Status of Newspaper Kepovtiutf IAIUS Deo 23 Labruyue tho anarchist journalist who aided tho murderer of Gen oiul StllvorskotT the anarchist Iaillowskl to tiscupo was placed on trial todiy tofcithor wltn Mauam Iugutuoy who concealed Piidlewskl In her bouse after the murder During the examination Labruytre said ho cuusldored that ho had done some thing which would raise tho status of pajior itpurtlug He confessed to having received MOO for expenses but iU rhough bis expenses were only 5i5 francs he could not account for the remainder Tho Pmcurieur contoucled that Labruy eros solo motive was to advertise himself uud thereby earn money Judgment was deforrod Mrs Peurcy LONDON Moo Mrs Nellie Pearcy wins bunged this morning for the murder of MM Hogg and her baby Mrs Hoggs husband was the London porter who sustained illicit relations with Mrs tearcy Previous to beltijj pinioned the unhappy woman shookhands with the hangimin and ropeirbed to liliii the ussertlon that sbo would On way to the MrsPearcey positively refused any tiil W mysiMi on tlm scaffold she never faltered for an Instant ant mot her fate as she said sho would like a Spain Will Havo Protection Dfc royal decree Issuer today alMrs customs tariffs and appoints a CoimnNrtlon to take slops to bring about a the commercial treaties existing Spain and other Countries The objert of the Government Is to strengthen oral InlliHuiw by promplly applying a policy of protection to the country and possibly to its colonies Tho Scotoh IlaiUvny Strike Due all efforts Rt a mttioiiHMit of tho railway strike It con tinues to Mxrend in every direetiou Trafiio is nmv behind on all the Tliri oiifjSncmen report many sig nal boxes alons the lino deserted while In others tho signal won Rlvo misleading sig nals calculated to delay and annoy traffic The Pope Keuflirrns Papal Rights ROMK Deo Pope roplyinj to tho congratulations of the cardinals on tho fiftythird anniversary of his priesthood de plored tho war of the sects against tlie Church ana realllrmffl rights of papacy Me tippiared recovered from his rtv cent Indisposition An American Boat tho Champion LONDON a HkatiriR for thf milo and a half championship of Kng land today Smart won In four minutes fiftytwo and onefifth seconds The Amer ican Joseph Duuaghue skated tho samt oourso In faster time The Argentine Gold Premium iUKNOi AVHKS Dec premium on gulft today after touching declined and closutl at i per cont A Bishop for Dallas RriMK Hoc Bronnon Is appointed bishop of Dallas JBANKK51 ICJEANS BAD MEMOTIY lie Says He Didnt rind Two Wit nesses Sny He Did CniCAno Dec the hearing today In the County Court touching the failure of the private bank of S A Kean John Oullvor who Ib WHS yesterday said was Indebted to the bank to tho amount of testified that he did not owe tho bunk any On tho contrary the bank owed him over S200 A representative of Bradstroets agency exhibited a written statement made by Kuan in Juno 1880 in which ho claimed a capital of with M 0 Bragdou Morton Culver and D W Knar as special partners This la in direct contradiction o Kuans sworn statement yiiHtorday that ho never made a written statornoiit to a commercial agency A representative ot Duns Commercial Agency testified tbat In June 1880 Kean madt him a written statement to tho effect that his Koaus personal assets inO with an indebtedness of Tho balance shoot of tho bank on the first of that monUi showed assets aggregating and a surplus of MEDIA Dec Judgments wore en tered a alnst Samuel J Levls fc Son exten sive manufacturers all Clifton for NJ3 W KO U N BUS FUKIO US An Editor Threatens to Float the Stars and Stripes N Ico from Newfoundland represent the pooplo of that Island as bolng In n furious state of Indig nation over tho official announce ment that tho mixlUH vivnndi between England and Franco Is to bo extended another year and that meanwhile England undertakes to effect a wlthoiir the assoiit of tho Now Parliament A writer In atl says Wo aro determined that only one flag shall float over Newfoundland and that flag will bo the stars and stripes IT Kiijiland does not do hor duty There Is a movement on foot In this thatwill startle tho people when Parliament mods A Rumored J Deo A rumor has reuohed bore that three tramps were lynched near Huntlngton on tho Oregon Short Mno by railroad nion Pour tramps boarded a freight train near Glenns Kerry Idaho They were put off by the hrakoman but altorwiirds got on the train overpowered the brakoman and throw him under the train ho receiving fatal in iurles Tho ropoit says thw tramps were caught mmr lluntlngton and three lynohod one escaping Wliy They Surrendered PIEIIUK H Reports from Fort Bennott Indioato that tho hustllcss undor Hig Foot who oapltulatod aro on their way to tho post Tho first oompany of troops to roach thorn made terms ottering peace If ther would surrondcr their arms Tho Indians refused and threatened to massacre the company Tho next day seven more companies arrived when the hostllos gave up tholr Winchesters and anirnnnition One hundred of Bulls braves will bo sont to Standing Uoek WORSE THAN A DOSE OF Kilkenny Repudiates Parndl by Over a Thousand Majority urdered by Ifer OoKVnox Doo Wesley Telils a prominent young business man this morning killed Miss Vlrena Travel and then suicided He had boon paying at tentions to tho girl for a long time but iior mother objected to the mnteh This morn ing he entered tho store kept by Mr Travel and was ordered out Lie drew a revolver und shot Vlrena throutth the heart After firing two shots at Mrs Travel who es caped through tho door unhurt Tollia put a bullet Into his own brain General Spinner Failing JACKSONVILLE Dec General P E Spinner oxTreasurer of tho United States Is gradually falling Cancer on the fnce 1ms eaten a deep hole noartho eye and nose through which the pulsations of the brain can he seen Re Is most of tho tlmo In a stupor General Spinner is 80 years old Dos Moines Oflloials Arrested Dec A TrilwnQ special from Ucs iMoinos Iowa says Six Alder mon and exAldermon six oxConstablos and half a othor havo beon indicted atid were arrested today for con spi nicy and attempt to evade the prohibi tion law They worereleased on bail each SPARKS FROM THE WIRES Knnxville had anCJirthqinikc shock schooner Mary from Salisbury Maryland in roportoil lost together with a crew ot mun The proposed duel botwcen Krousse and Puniay at Purls hns beon nbnmloned roruially npolojjized for his aasiuilt upon the The liritlsh ship from Cnloutta to London sunk in collision with unothur vessel This and twentytwo of the crew wore THE EASTKRN WEATHER HE SAYS THERE WAS A CONSPIRACY Scnlly Will Contest the The Will Start a Uaiiy Roasted by JDavitta Juubor Knuicos B Willntd president of the Woiunns Christian Tcnipcranct Uiiion co the dofunse of Banker Kuan of Chicago who is a loading Prohibitionist An Intlianivpolis paper asserts that tho new reaper uid binclur trust will on tho llrst of the year several Jiundrod men from their fuutorios uid throughout the ootmtry Thi Chiofigo city board of education unftil vorecl Uiwii a tliut uxtmcis tho Hiblo ho road dally ihe publio The coiumUtco iiiiLuagoniiiiit tlooulod thiit 1or tho gcuunil wcllaru of tuc poxitioucrs ought not Dec official result of the election yesterday to fill tho vacancy In tho House of Commons shows that Hen nomlnoo of tho anUParnollites is Hennesseys majority is Thero was little or no excitement hero this morning Messrs Parnoll Harrington Ilodrnond Scully Hennessey and woro at the courthouse at an early hour awaiting the actual announcement of the result It is announced that Dr Tanner will bring suit against Parnell for slander con tained In speeches made by tho latter luring tho course of the late political cam paign Immediately after the sherill1 ofllolally announced tho result of tho polling tho Par noilltos prosenfc moved in a body to the front of the courthouse and then with a hoisted Parnoll up ori their shoulders Parnull was upon tho point of making a spueuh when Timothy and Maurice Healy Trouble immediately ensued Finally Parnell in order to prevent what seomod likoiy to bo a disgraceful row askod tho police to Induce tho Henlys to withdraw Tho police promptly acted upon Parnells suggestion arid the Healys were prevailed upon to depart Parnell resumed his speech saying that bo would not boturned aside from his de termination to do his duty to Ireland see ing that tho result of the contest in North Kilkenny was brought about by a conspir acy addod that ho would go through Ireland fighting every election and fult fjonlddent of eventual triumph Scully will lodge a petition protesting against tho election of Honnessy on the ground of uud no influence upon tho part of tho priests Over two hundred votes were challenged by the Famuliitns A Cold Wave Over tbe A Tornado and a Blizzard WASHINGTON Dec cold wavo extended over Dakota Minnesota Iowa nnd Northern Nebraska It will bo felt in tho lake region louight aud Now England during Wednesday The conditions arc favorable for fair weather on Christmas Day from the Mississippi valley STK MAIUE Dec northwest blizzard is raging tho wind reaching a velocity of sixty miles an hour with DETROIT Dec a storm today the Eastern Market building on Russell streot blew down and severely injured three persons slightly injuring several others killing three liprsus and injuring four AICKOX Dec tornado struck new syndicate town of Bitrborton five miles south this afternoon A building in course of erection was demolished John Triplett was Instantly killed and six other workmen badly injured Two of them will probably die No other damage of conse quence was done THE NEW ASSOCIATE JusficE JUDGJ2 BROWN OF DETROIT RE CEIVES TUBHIGH HONOR Ho Ts Said to Bo a Man Woll Fitted for the a District Judge by Grant BV DAVITT ParneU a Worse Enemy to Ireland Than Any Foreign Foe LONDON Deo Davitts news paper thv Labor World today renews the onslaught upon Parnoll The Labor World says Parnoll Is a greater danger to Ireland than any outside foe No foreign force has over so endangered Irelands liberty and honor as this now pretender unmitigated and unscrupulous enemy of liberty and democracy who assails Irelands honor In Its most vital pan and who betrayed the trust of honor committed to his cure The Labor World continuing says Parnoll should notbo permitted to hold a power which ho abused which would render Irelands condition under bis dictatorship worsethan that of a South American Republic Does Not Despair DUBLIN Deo demonstra tions were made afc most of tho places at which Parnell stopped on his journey from Kilkenny to this city Ho made several brief addresses In which ho deqlnrod the light not an equal one but the fall of tho first fence need not oiuiso despair At a meeting of the National Committee today Murphy said Parnoil disregarded Irelands voice and It would be necessary bo stop him in his mad career by every legiti mate menus Tho committee decided to start a dally morning newspaper which will bo wlitod by William OBrien AN ARTIFICIAL MOUTH The Unusual Operation Performed on Colonel Murphy NRW YORK Dec Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Michael C Murphy exState Senator and veteran county Democracy Jeador has just undergone a surgical operation of great risk Che exact counterpart of which has probably never before beou performed in this country and but two or three times in Europe Tho operation Is and Is tho making of an artificial moufch for tho stomach by cutting through from the surface of the body to the stomach and in serting a tube through which nourishment can be introducedInto that organ Last summer a fibrous stricture began to form at the lower end of the oesophagus caused by ulcorntion and by tho second week InSeptember the channel of com munication to the stomach had become so small as to prevent the passage of food An Inolsion three Inches long was made about an inch ti fclie left and belowthe en siform cartllege down through tho layers uf ilesh until the stomaohwas The stomach was then drawn through the orifice and was hold suspended by a gold pin which was to serve as a guide for the subsequent Incision into the stomach The portion of tho stom ach drawn through the opening was then stitched to the sides of tho wound so as to give it time to adhere The luoisson into tlio stomach from the serves a double purpose It enables him to obtain nourishment and enables his physi cians to treat the stricture successfully As soon as tho stricture shall have been eliminated and Colonel Murphy oan eat in a normal way the will be withdrawn and the artHeal opening will bo sowod up An Improving Situation The Western rate situation continues to Improve the gain is not so aupreci ablo in the material Increase which has boon made as tho advances thus far scored aro merely an evening up nnd readjustment of rates whioh in tho general demoralization I got out 01 lino there a more I amicable feeling all around a disposition to compromise differences and at least to pro vent any further decline in rutes which have already that will re quire a material curtailnient In expenses in order to meet all necessities if continued It may also be notedthat the belief Is gain ing ground that which will strengthen present agreements and contribute towards a better mainte nance in the if in fact a u wholesome dread law as presented In recent developments in the Federal Court docs udt effectually accomplish what argument and pliable agree ments WASHINOTOST Deo President sent to the Senate the nomination of Henry B Brown as Associate Justice of tho Su preme Court of the United Spates vice Sam uel If Miller deceased Brqwn meets with general favor at tho Capitol and he is said to bo a good man for the place He is of Connecticut birth and after graduating from college went to Detroit where he piaobiced law Be was frequently counsel Iu cases before the Supreme Court and was particularly strong as an admiralty lawyer Ho is said to be a mini of considerable means He has boon a district judge for many years and is well and favorably known bo his future associates DETROIT Dec Judge Henry B Browu of this city today appointed Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of tho United States born in Massachusetts and graduated from Yale In 1850 After exten sive travels he began tho study of law and in 185 came to Detroit and began practice From to 1868 he was Assistant United District Attorney for the Eastern district of Michigan In the latter year Governor Crivpo made him Judge of tho Wayne Circuit Court In IS7 President Grant appointed him United States District Judge for tlie Eastern district of Michigan Tho appointment is received in this oity with much pleasure Tho Sawtelle Trial DOTER N Dec 2iJ The prosecution closed in tho Sawtelle case today The attorney for tho defense made the opening speech and tho taking of evidence began Tho evidence presented up to adjournment showed a remarkably weak de Cense A Misunderstood Reptile The reticulated python which last week to the reptilehouse in the Zoological Gardens has made itself quite at homo It has Powconi fditably colled about the stump in its cage surveying Its visitors with that eye which tho poet an observant person in his way has oorrectly described as dull and The new arrival can hardlyclaim to be a big thing in It cannot be more than six or seven foot long whereas the magnificent female of the same species which kas boon In the gardens since 1876 drags its slow length for more than twenty foot But the newcomer is even more beau tifully marked than tho othor witha not work of black upon a goklonryeliow ground whonoe tho species its name In fact ibis one of tho handsomest snakes in tho collection and as pythonslive formany years In captivity has plenty of time before it in which to overtake Uu gigantic kinswo man Tho are two kinds of constricting non poisonous snakes which are found in Asia The reticulated python is an inhabitant of the Malay countries Tho other species is the rock snake of India and Ceylon They are generally akin to the boas of South America but whereas It is a disputed point whether boas lay eggs or produce their young alive pythons are undoubtedly ovi parous There was a famous python in the Jardin des Ihuites which actually hatched a brood of yonng ones in the year after sitting on fifteen eggs which sho had col lected in a conical pile for about eight weeks Our own pythons have not been equally fortunate as their eggs have been invariably addled But during the period of incubation they exhibited stroiiR evidences of maternal aYfection and tho keeper only removed the ages at tho peril of his life It is more than probable that most of the snake stories which aro told the python are gross libels on Hs character It rarely attacks human beings and though there is an authenticated case of a python having killed a Malay he is supposed to have given himself away by going to sleep on the beach Again it Is hardly ne cessary to say that those a full grown buffalo or axisdoer in the act of being devoured by a python which decora ted the natural history books of our youth are uuo entirely tho imagination of the artist The largest python the Zoological Gardens Is fed habitually on ducks and those competent to speak with authority on the subject are certain that ho could not swallow an animal larger than a halfgrown sheep Nor can you honestly say that the python is voracious It takes him a mouth to digest an animal of any size and he frequently goes many weeks without A fast of twentytwo weeks Is quite common when the reptile is Ina semitorpid condition and there Is a recorded instance of a Succi performance of a year and elevenmonths which was ac complished without any perceptible ill ef fects Be is also a slow eater the opera tion of gorging taking about two hours The method by which the python bags his game is sportsmanlike in the extreme At one time be will lie low in1 tho water and seize Ills victim by the nose when in the act of At another swing lazily from a tree by his prehensile and ac the animal passes fix hi jaws in the In a twinkling the coils are Vouiid the body of the prey and all life is crushed out of Nothing can exceed the wonderful mechanism by which the folds of tho serpent unaided by the eye are used to get the viclim into a ru at titude convenient for or instance in dealing with the outstretched wings of a Indeed when very hungry a pyihorx can tackle three birds at once holding one in his mouth and two niore in his colls So far from being petrified with horror as the legend has It the victim11 ap pears absolutely to the shake until ris und then time for reflection liabbits hiive actually been seen to the which was about to devour them and prisiisjr rat once bifca piece out of a python whichwas condition V Again the stories of their prey DEMOCRACYS MERRY REVEL The Party Leaders Eat Drink and Felicitate Each Other AVould Follow the Fashion It I Avarerichijfpr just one little I should like to know what good Ttliaf would Well Id spend just about fiftylive miu utes v over M r Fuller to 01 afence 4 years old look like Woci11 No dou btt saliva Hows freely during the process a mere glance aV the reptiles slender You f as well on all bis V body says c th eser ve CLEVELAND BESTRADDLES HIS HOBBY Ho Speaks on the Campaign of Education and Carlisle Governor Boies and Gov ernorElect Russell Cup Presented to Cleveland YORK Deo Tariff Reform lub held a prand banquet tonight in tho new concert hall of theMadison Square Garden to celebrate the recent Democratic victories Tho hall was tastefully decorated and tho attendance was largo Among the prominent gentlemen about tho speakers table were exPresident Cleveland Senator Carlisle Governor Boise of Iowa Governor elect Russell of Msissachusctts Congressman Wilson of West Virginia Carl Schurz Henry Senator Brico Daniel Lamont ex Go vetDor Iloadly of Ohio and exComp troller Trenholm When Mrs Cleveland accompanied by Seiiator Carlisle and other ladies entered one of the boxes in the first gallery every man at the tables rose waved his handker chief and joined in three hearty cheers which the wife of the exPresident acknowl edged with a bow When the feastlnp was finished Chairman Wheelock in a brief speech introduced ex President Cleveland as the first speaker of the evening who responded to The Cam paign of CLEVELANDS srsrccri Mr Cleveland spoke in part as follows I suppose I havo ncorrect understanding of what is meant by Tho Campaign of Educa tion Assuming this to bo so 1 desire before further Lo ncknowlcdgo the vnhnnt ser vices in this campaign of the organiicullon whose invitation brings us together tonight I ra iy be permitted 1 hope to muke this acknowi tugemefit tis a citizen interested in nil that promises the increased prosperity of tho coun try I shall also venture to do eo as a Demo who recognizes in tho principle for which the campaign has thus far proceeded i and vital doctrine of Democratto creed 11 I thus acknowledge tho useful services in a Democratic cause of any who have not claimed long nffiliution with my party 1 feel thai mv Democratic nllegiimco is strong enough to survive such an indulgence in fairness and decency I ivm too at all times willing that the Democratic enlarged and as tending in that direction I am willing to accept and ncknowkdge in good faith honest help from any quarter when a struggle is tlia supremacy of Democratic principles Indeed I have mi idea Mint in the cumpaign of education it deemed important to tvppcal to the reason and judgment of tinsAmerican people to the ond that the Democratic party should be reinforced aswell us that the activity and zeal of those already in our should bo stimulated IT this be treason in the sight of those who clothed in Democratic uniform would be glad to stand at the entrance of our camp and drive bact re cruits I cannot help it I have come hero to niht Rmong othor things to rejoice in the numerous accessions received in aid of Democratic endeavor and to give credit wherever it is duo for the work of Let it bo hero confessed that wo1 as a party nnd in these latter days boon templed by the suc cesses our opponents had solely by tem porary shifts and by appeals to prejudice nnd selfish Interests Into paths which ivoidcu too honest insistence upon definite and closulydefinod principle and fimuamenlal Demo cratic doctrine If these things are confessed let it also bo conceded that when the time came and the cries of a siiirering people wore heard and when for their relief a Democmtic remedy WHS nronosed the party easily recognized its duij and gave proof its unconquerable Democratic instincts As soon as the Campaign of Education was m nucuraiod the was quickly mar pluiled us of the olden time aggressive coura oeoiis devoted to its cause and heedless of dis coiivaccmunt or defeat Day by day and hour by hour Hxnediency and timeserving were thrown to tho winds Traitors were silenced camp fol lowers fell away or joined the scurvy band of lloaurs while the sturdy Democratic hostconfl dcntly pressed on bearing aloft the bminur of TaiiIV Keform If any havo wondered in the past at the tenacity and indestructibility of our party their wonder should cense when iu tho light of last three years it is seen how gloriously it sDrings to the front fltthn call ol its duty to the people and iu obedience to the summons of party a ad obligation Tho thoroughly aroused enthusiasm and clc termiimtum of the party and its thou sands of good and earnest men drawn irom the nonpartisan iutelhcrenco and honesty of the hind saw no obstacle too formidable for attack and no end which was not within their reach In a sublime conlidunce almost amounting to audacity they were willing to attempt the education of those high in the counsels of the Kepublicjm party and those who formulated that nartys policy so far as such a tiling existed Fvcn iu this unpromising Hold we are ablo to rendrt progress No OHO who remembers tho hilirity with which tho lenders of the Republi can party greeted the message of tariff reform and Uie conudejice with whlcu they prepared to meet and crush the issue presented can fail to soehow useful a lesson has been tought them in our campaign of education Within twentyfour hours after the submission to Congress the question of tariff reform sun dry Senators and Uupresentatives belonging to the Republican party were reported to have jauntily ventilated their partisan exultation in tue public press If it be true that a Senator from Nebraska said it Is a big card for the this big card cauuol appear remarkably useful to him now for his State today contains iiblg curiosity iu a Democratic Governorelect 1C the junior Senator from JsevrYork declared that his party would curry this Slate by Uie largest majority ever known if they could be iveuthe platform proposed the reply will comb when in a few days a Democratic colleague is placed by his side I If a Senator from Maine declared it IK a good enouTu platform for ttio want rib thing how Is it that he is now so dili gently find out the1 meaning of the word Reciprocity If a Isew lliimpsiiiro Senapr behoved that tlic Reijublicans want nothing better with which to sweep tho the troublo his State is giving him today must lead him to suspect there is a mistake somewhere If from Wisconsin gleefully said ho was glad to see us show our hand he cannot fail to bu convinced when he soon gives place to a real Democrat that there was alter in the hand than ho cared to see If the present Speaker of the House sarcastic ally said It only shows what fools all the other Presidents have he may woll be excused he has lately so thoroughly learned that in the sight of the people infallibility is not an it tribute always to be found in the Speakers chair 1 If the Representative from Ohio whoso namo isassociated with a bill which has given his party considerable trouble of Democratic party bail hired Jiurchard to write a stump speech it could not have suited us it be circumstances leading tohisap preaching retiromeiit from public life huve sug cesied a modincutionof his judgment As our I campaign has unusual havebeen apparent among those prominent in directing the opposition home of rhcm have become insubordinate and discon tiiiited and actually disobedient to party Some have left the shin One shrewd weatherwise navignior bas cJftmbercd olf and in a Trail with tile word paintedon its sterni was last seen preparing o climb Aboard arain oTsairaSvay asAvtijd and wave would ap ijwir to make most At the present stage of tliecampiiigiriheniiwieldj party Republicanism is still aiid bndly Qu some are still ul oadsof rautiupus and ten ted short of provisions and ot grog are lb udIy angrily d bad seanniuship or qverloadiiig isthe cause of their vretchedpliglvt re II W An Wrfl cirtn tf fmTTl hc effort in ft nobln oftusn that rrmdo by the Democratic party mid iis allies in this work Our ftllowoountrynuH wore jipprruichod bv oxiracts from English jonrna s ami a Mm dcmnsosiic crv of Hritish cold not by fraudulent pictures of tho ruin of cur mdtit trios if thf jiijstieo of not by i fniso prcseuintion of tho impoverishment and distress of our hiborin mon which would follow their independent political tliourbt and action not by a dispracffnl propo sition for the of ihoir suffrages not bv the intimidation by selfish mplo crs of those dependent on them for the WRROS of ihoir toil We have hcon content to upon the eeiictj nnd thounhifulutss of tho people for the success of our caue We have the most thorough examination of its merits For tho purpose of such examination we h aye put be fore the people pliiiu and honest expositions of justice and hene licence of our This has been done by the systematic and indus trious distribution of tariil reform literatim by the oftVctive and arguments of a formed and unsuhsidkAd press and by an extensive discussion on tho platform of the ques tion involved In the years to conio when look bactc with patrioticsatisfdction upou our participation in the glorious strupplft for tariff reform and recall its happy termination it will delight us to re memborinery incident of discouragement as well as of triumph in ihe peoples cause Then when we are nskod to spenk of our proudest ondejivor and to cive tho best illustration of American intelMpenee and to pay the hijiliost to tho judgment of ihe American people wo will rehearse the history and the grand result of The Campaign of RELIEF FOR THE COUNTRY ON rOPTIIMH flOVHKNMENT Senator Carlisle of Mr Cleveland Spoakin on Popular Gov hrt in purest ami sim plest form is to be found only In tho States It Is no ovidonco of hostility to the general Government to say it Is not as popular is tho State govern mo nts It has an import ant function to perform and Its powers are as well distributed us human could design In the States tho legislatures uro chosen by the people and the members are personally known to them Koal penu ine effective popular government this country is found only in tho States There is a great political party in this country which is trying to extinguish free govern ment The principle that the majority should rnlo is the one foundation of popular government Yet there is no rule so bind ing or oppressive as the rnlo of unrestrained majority The American freemen must continue to exercise their rights and forms of local government must be maintained W A ETonsol of Pennsylvania discussed Tariff Reform at length and referring to Clevelands tariff message of 1SS7 said it ranks with tho other great executive nets in American Jeffersons purchase of Louisiaua Jacksons nullification procla mation and Lincolns emancipation decree Congressman Mills of Texas was to have spoken to the toast but was unable to be present THE FIFTYSECOND Congressman Wilson of West Virginia spoke on the Fiftysecond He dwelt on the blunders of tho present Con gress and said if the recent political ex perienceproved anything It Is that tho Democratic party never blunders more fatally ihan when it abandons or falters with its true principles and that it never appeals so strongly to tho heart of tho masses or the enthusiasm of the young as when it goes before them on the strength of those principles alone On the other hand the Republican party as dominated today never blunders so ns when it has free scope and opportunity for the application of its principles The recent campaign WHS fought on tho question on which oll great contests of freedom have beon question of taxing Tho fiftysecond Con gress will enter upon its labors with one lossou that none of its members can mis take and that is that its shortest road to irretrievable bankruptcy will bo to follow the footsteps of its predecessor and its surest road to popular approval will be to present as clear a contrast as possible to the methods and legislation of that predecessor AN tTNCOMWOMISING FRH1Z Congressman elect Johnson of Ohio in a speech on MoKinloys declared himself to be an avowed uncompromising free trader absolute even a singletax man a Democrat of Democrats Ho warmly eulogized Mr Cleveland and declared that so sure as he lived Cleveland would be the next President of the American Republic A silver cup was presented to Cleveland said to be one of a set made for Jellerson ou behalf of his admirers in the thirteen original States Governor Boles of Iowa and Governor elect Russell of Massachusetts also spoke A SOUTHERN PROPOSITION Negro Dlsfranchiseinent and a Re duction of Representation WASHINGTON Dec THTBUNTC Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Series The Post publishes the views of a nuniberof Southern Congressmen on a proposition which it says Senator Butler will bring forward in tho Senate before the debate on tho Elec tions bill closes for a joint resolution de priving the netrro of his right to vote and at the same time reducing relatively the Southern representation in Congress Sen ator Butler is reported saying that he will dare the Republican Senators to vole for such a measure which he declares would receive his hearty support Senator Pugh declares emphatically that the South would not hesitate one moment to give up any representation based on the negro rote if by so doing it could eliminate the negro as a political entity Senator Vance doesnt favni1 the proposi tion He wants to have the Sooth let alone to work out the race problem Several Southern Representatives unequivocally fa vor the scheme Mills of Texas says if the negro was disfranchised It would from several Northern States their Republican majorities STARTING OFF RIGHT myniind the storyioMthe M i l I tr a i uu uu uoiiu vert a exci h hcorrigi v bUity ttfafr he gWye him A Financial Measure and a Resolution to Close Debate PROVISIONS OF THE GLOTURE RULE It Win Be Applied to tho Election Financial Bill Amended TvoPorCcnt Bond Provi sion Restored Notes From tho Capital Walkervillefl First Election Results iu a Republican Sweep BUTTE Dec Special to Walkerville Buttes flourishing suburb on the bill held its lirst municipal election to day for Mayor Police Magistrate City Treasurer and two Aldermen each for Its three wards The election was hotly con tested and a large vote was polled result ing in a complete Republican sweep The following ticket was elected William E Hall Mayor J Cord ell Police Magistrate Joseph An ner City Treasurer Aldermen First ward Rymer and Boyd Second TJrown and Mason Third Holland and Sarab Settlers and Cowboys Make Trouble DENVER Dec A Sewn special frrm Creston S via liapid City says the sit uation Is practically unchuused Several troops oJ cavalry are out chasing small bands of Indians casualties are re ported Tt is reported that a great deal of illfeeling and trouble is being caused by cowboys lying near the reservation line shootingat any Indians who may appear There Is no doubt the Indians are the prin cipal aggressors yet there are several cowboys and ranchers who htfve become very bold and are molestihK the instead of to the pro tection of their homes The deputy mili tary commander has given orders to disarm the settlers who may oe caught in vadioz of LAKE TRIBUNE Fourteenth Street WASHINGTON IX Dec 23 IS90 Tt is now gciuMaliy conceded that the mucbtalkedof rulo will bo pressed to a finality In tho Senate Immediately tho holidays Chairman Aldrichof the Com mittco on Rules says ho means business iu presenting this proposition The freo silver coinage advocates are not pleased over the action of tho Finance Com mittee in reporting the Finance bill today any boost boinff given silver and it is not improbable that they will join hands in an eiVort to defeat the cloture resolution unless silver Is given prominent recognition THK SKNATK WASHINGTON D Dec cloture resolution reported by Aldrich today in the Sonato provides that when a question shall havo been considered for a reasonable time Ic will bo in order for any Senator to demand that debate thereon closed On such demand no debate is iu order and ponding such demand no other motion except a motion to adjourn shall bo made If such demand be seconded by a majority of the Senators present tho ques tion shall forthwith be taken thereon with out debate If the Senate decide to closo debate on any measure it shall take pre cedence of all other business and tho ques tion shall be on all the pending amendments aud upon the measure iu its successive stages according to tho rules of the Senate but no Senator shall be permitted to speak upon the measure including all tho amend ments more than once and not exceeding thirty minutes If tho Senate shall havo decided to closo debate as heroin pro vided no motion shall bo in order but the motion to adjourn or take a recess when such motion is seconded by a majority of the Senate When either of such motions is lost or fails of a second it shall not bo in order to renew tho same un til one Senator shall have spoken upon tho pending measure or one vote upon the same shall have Intervened Pending proceed ings under this rulo no proceedings in re spect to a Quorum shall bo iu order until Hi shall have appeared upon division or on taking a yea and nay vote that a quorum U not present and voting All of r order shall ho decided without pending proceeciugs under this rulo no ob structlvo or dilatory motions of any kind shall be In order Aldrich also presented resolution to apply tho above rulo to tho pending Elec tions bill U Is improbable that any action will bo taken on tho rulo before next weok The programme of the Republicans Is he lieved lx be In this line At a current time the rulo is to bo called up when a Republi can majority is at when tho Demo cratic Senators attempt to attack It with tho Intention of talking it to death or until tho 4th of March the presiding officer will rule that debate is not In order taking his si aud on the broad ground of general par liamentary law that a motion to closo de bate would In Itself bo defeated by debate which may tLereforo be out of order as ruled in the British Parliament when tho celebrated cloturo rulo was adopted against the serious opposition of tho Irish What will follow no ono can say but if tho rule carries the Elections bill will very near the statute books THE BlLr AMENDED The measure was amended in two Impor tant particulars at this mornings meeting Tho first was tho exclusion of section4 of the bill providing that when tho national bank circulation falls below the deficiency shall bo supplied by tho issue of treasury uottes based on silver bullion pur chases If the silver can bo purchased or If not issue of notes The second amendment was tho Insertion in place of the section strickenout of tho following The Secretary of the Treasury is hereby Ruthor to issue in sum or sums not exceeding in tho aTpregattt in coupon and registered bonds of the United in such form an ho proscribe 11 n I in denominations of or snmo multiple of iliat sum redeemable inlawful nvmov at the pkasiirc of tho United Statesoa and alter 7ily I 1WO and bearing Interest ieml annually at of 2 percent per unuuin he is authorized to sell or any bond under this act at not than thoir per value for any lawful money cf the United Stales or for gold or silver certificates ana to apply the proceeds thereof to tlie redemption of or to the purchase of njiy bonds of the Tjiiited Stiues ond the bonds hereby the proceeds thereof shall bo used for no other pur posewhatever mid tho sum necessary to pay the cxpcne of and disposing of said bonds u appropriated out of any sums of moneym Ux not otherwise appropriated No votes were cast In the committee agains reporting the amended bill to the Senate It was understood that no one was bound to measure The Demo cratic members of the committee endorsed the report as they did tho case of the ordinal bill reserving the right of opposi tion STEWAHTS AMENDMENT Stewart today notice in tho that when the Senate Financial bill Iscalled for conulderatioube willmove to amend the amendment to the report ofthe Com miuee on Finance by striking out the first fourth und of the bill and dert the following That any owner of silver bullion riot two the mint may acpoBit tho in amountof va uo not less than Stop at any mint of the United Siaws to bo formed Into standard little the Corean Charge on Mr dead Tho child in this city last October and was the first born in States In toitjvof his his YeWashoni which Corean iof OI tllC UIUU iMULUD dollars or for his benefit and without and that atsaid owners option ho insicnd an equivalent therefor ia TreASury Senator Reagan today reintroduced hla free coinage amendment to the SbermBiii financial bill with tho intention of applying It The caucus bill was reported this mprii ing THK gUIfPAT CtOfllKO CRUSATJE The Sunday closing crusada against the Worlds Fair has opened Iniearnest On the desk of each Senator and Representatiyia this morning was a letter asking him to de clare himself for or against of the Worlds Pair The bear signature of the religious editor of semli politicorellRious KTew York v in the House feredfor reference tion setting forth tbo flntfnclal rency as will about ca a bl U   

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