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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 25, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah THE TRIBUNE is the only Sevenclay Paper published be and San Fran cisco and contains the only Complete Telegraph Service in the Rcjcky Mountains 4 THE TRIBUNE is delivered by carrier to all parts of tlie city at 25 cents per week Monday edition included Telephone No j SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY MOKNTSfG DECEMBER 25 1890 PRICE FIVE PITY FOB TH HL Tho Great Scotch RaiUvny Strike UoulnusiHt Death of IJoulan pforisin The Utah Dloceuo The From Abroad The Parisian Public Tliinh Gabricllc Should Lose Her Head THE GHASTLY TRUNK PUZZLE NOVELTY I uro that a majority cf thi rpo Io will abstain from offensive demon triitious thinks i be Emperor in coining to iVaris will o v ti lire A Spanish Policy MAmim Dec cnncq Oico of t0 import of Sifftor Morel president of tho Tniltf tho Government has roiolvod jo inaugurate a policy of protection before t he general election Tho Utah ROMK Doc Popo has erected the vlcarutn of Utah Into a dloceso and Father Sciinlan boon appointed first bishop of the AN orifClXAL PACJCAGK CASE PAnrfl flfc San FranrtHcoOirrmtete It a revulsion of fooling horn In favor of the of It N generally felt that MM companion Oabrlallo liompiird was tho of the tvw and tho fact that wits lift wtMi a form of Imprls rnent wbllu was doomed lotlnn hv a of aainM the InluMro of the vtr dict This Is by tho HAWK thai inly nvo out of tho twenty jiiry niAn wonat first Inellnsid ve tbo woman tho bonolli of circumstances though tho others finally consented to take that view of tlui caso Tho theory of hyp notism has beon disproved to the satisfac tion of thii tho bollef that Kyraud the tool of UiU Macbeth iabriollo Unds moro and more wide iiweptance ft is possible that a now trial will bo granted and In It is doubtful if the verdict of tho late trial will bo repeated Tho latest Parisian novelty Is a small model of tho trunk which t rurcd in tjm murder ease as the roeoptaclo Of lie victims mutilatod body It Is t to tho trunk and wlun the has overcome tin dlfllculty lies and li rewadet by tho sbcU of a leaden Imago of tho unfortunato notary Is lying by Inchus and wul In ill probnbllUy Mvn bo should bo ordered at mice I Is suffering from an aggravated nsuof disease and will In all UUe llhood soon bo removed to the prison in Irmary CJUKAT STRUCK Tho Conipnnlos Refuse to tho Joinp Up Do aro no signs of improvement In connection with the rail road Htrlko ft Is ostlmntod that about 7500 won are now out and business Is en tirely at a standstill On tho North British llnoa traffic is suspended while tho others aro working irregularly The prtoo of coal has already advanced 7 shillings per ton and It Is Bald that a gas famine Is Imminent All the shipbuilding yards and public works aro without fuel and thoy cxpoot to close their doors unless tho Mfrlkn Is settled within H short I line StronK detachments of police aro guarding Iho railroad depots which aro surrounded by crowds of At a meeting the board of directors of tho North British Hallway Company deter mined to prosecute tho to obtain vedross for what thoy call unwarranted ln tortoroneo with business The North Hh directors have also resolved to com pletely close their railroad linos rattier than yield The strikers aro mirugod by the nn mado today that tho railroad nflleluls will refuse to pay the any portion of the wages now duo thorn I his action to the railroad officials was taken legal pending a de cision from the oouiw as to tho validity of th contracts tho company ami Its employees The North Hriiish Company has entirely closed its underground station hero Pa 011 rds Hnnounolng promotion and advnnccd pay fir men loyal to tho company aro posted conspicuously Tho strikers how over maintain a rioHant attitude Tho loss tho railway companies will be onormous The strikers havo IsHiiod a manifesto lo ten hmira a day anil SO per omit for Sunday work tt Is estimated 0000 persons aro now out Work at of the coal pits In Lanarkshire ifl Stopped In cousequenco of tho strike ROtTLAXttHKlSM IS DEAD Tho Agitators Adherents riogin to That Knot PARTS Dec was the sun Ject of InteriHt and discussion In tho Cham ber of Deputies yesterday A year ago at an election In ono constituency of Mout inaruo Iloulnuger headed tho poll Tits vote however was rejector and tho seat to TotTln Tho I at tor died a month ago and an election was ordered Houhuigor sont a manifesto advising his partisans to remain neutral at tho election on tho ground that he was tho rightful member There wero many candidates and nono re ceived tho required majority Another elocMon was held soon Houlanfior re peating his hut this tlmo Levy Levy was elected Houlaogors friends then determined to press his old claim to the seat before tho Oijitiibor This was done yesterday A feature of tho debate was tho speech of Laguroro formerly an ardent supporter of lioulanger He said ho voted against the claim of his leader from motives of public policy Houlftiurerlsm was dead and this fact was recognized tho bettor for tho Revolutions in Pom PANAMA Deo of revolution ary movements in Peru havo been rife here for sometime past and It Is known on the 2nd Instant a meeting was held in Fort Santa outside of Lima and that an effort was made in bnhalf of exDirector PSrola Tho movement was suppressed but the oost of forty lives As matters stand In Voru It Is not unlikely thai similar risings will occur at short intervals tho conditions oolng entirely favorable Tho extreme destitution prevailing throughout tho Ke puhlic Is largely responsible for tho un state of affairs Tho Anarchists Sentenced PAKIS Pec the anarchistic French Journalist Mmo Puquercy and Gregoire charged with enn iirlraoy to defoat justice by aiding In the escape of the Russian Anarchist Iudlewski tho alleged murderer of General SoUverskolV was concluded today Bruyoro was sentenced to three months Duquercy to two months and Grogolre to sight months im The American Skater In Enelnnd LONDON Hcc Donohoo of Nev burg N Y anuiteuichampion skater of tho United States and Canada today won tho International amateur skating cham pionship race ou tho Lin gay Fen near Cam bridge Ho covered tho course ono mile and u half In four minutes and fortysix ccond3 beating tho worlds record Iflecl Bacon Deo havo bacon valued at marks and arrested the merchant who Im ported It Tho Sale oi OSmornnrftarlne Cannot Be Prohibited by a Suite Doc to day rendered a decision holding that tho State law forbidding the sale of oleomar garine in packages aa Imported from another State N unconstitutional The dcciiion which Is n lengthy one ilnda that the right of a Stato to enact police laws when such prohibit the of articles which without prohibition would bo legitimate mjbjoisti of commercial Inter Is subordinate to the power of tho United Statea to populate interstate com rjiorue Tho right to Koll In original pack ages If tho goods aro merchantable and legitimate subjects of trade and commerce Is guaranteed by tho United States and through It can bo roguatod It cannot bo prohibited by any Stale Tho United States has a paramount fight to declare what goolfi are mcrchuutablu und what reg ulations jf their sale arc ruaionablo and liy act of Congress tho Unitod States clccliuud oleomargarine to be a merchant able article and Us mlo As tho Pennsylvania statute Involved docs not rerulato but prohibits tho sale of ganne it ramm apply to clesoiiUoil lu tlio upoda act A CHRISTMAS TRAGEDY A ST PAUL 31 AN HTS FAiUTLY AislJ A Xeiv York Dlvoroo Mill Closed Fjvo a itiid Sinns Days ST Deo 1 oclock this morning a triple tragedy oc curred at tho corner of Tonth aud St Iaul streolH svas shot and liar mother Mrs Silas Mhrkoi had hor throat out and Is dying Mrs Mlokol told a police man that bor commlttod the dijod Kurthor InvoBtlgiUlon ruvoaled tho dead body of Mlckel hlmsolf with two revolvers and a bullet holo showim how ho dlod There Is something of aqucstlon as to whioh cotiuultted tho tragedy Mlclcol or his wlio but It was probably tho former It has been learned that MIokol camo drunk and calieil up his wife and stepdaughter to havo a uluhr cap with him They both Indignation and refused to drink with him wlioreupon bo shot Mio young girl In Ibo face Slio ran out of tho house aud foil dead upon tbo sidewalk Tho wife also ran out but was followed by hor husband who idiot hor In the abdo men and then cut hor throat Sho Is now at tho hospital dying Jillokol then walked Into the kltuhon placed the revolver to his oar and blow out his brains A BAD MANS CURSE What Happened ton Missouri Town In ConHoquenrjo of n Lynching Towa Dec Francisco Chronicle Alexandria Is doomed to tho fate pro dieted for It In a lucid way by a bad man vuars ago He was caught in somo orlmo and lynched near there after ho had had a trial by a mob lie rightly merited his fato but when risked If ho desired to anything bo turned upon tho mob with a suow 11 UK face anfl a cutso upon thorn their people hoping that their disaster might never cease That year a Ire swept tho greater part of tho city whioh was ono df tho most prosperous In Northwest Missouri on Mississippi An attempt was mado to rebuild burnt district Scarcely had tho work begun whca a great rise In the river submerged the place and ritliuul tho crops Ui tho surrounding fields Since then otV ami on tlio place has been vlslced tiy floods and tiro till It has boon re duced to a moro settlement of plaguo racktul backwoodsmen Last night what was left of tho business portion of tho olty was wiped out by lire with a loss of over An Actress Sent Up NEW YOKK Pec Dispatch Suri Francisco Chronicle Buries M Kosslter an actress was today sentenced to tho penitentiary for six mouths for the larceny of from Hamilton Gordon a piano donlor Kosslier is the daughter of Nathan T Rossi tor formerly tho county Judge of Sohohailo county Now York and who bold a prominent position In the Treas ury Department under adminis A Divorce Mill Closofl Down NEW YOISK Deo Durlca Uuirlios a lawyer who ran a nogus dlvoroo mill on Broadway was arrested this after noon on a bonch warrant Issued on com plaint of oxMayor tondloton of Fort Worth one of his victims It was in tlmated tbatCampboil and Buttnor sxpartners will bo arrested soon Five Ijynched WASniNtlTON Dec special to tho Post from Petersburg savs it Is re ported tonight that live nosroes arrested for tbo murder of Dr E 11 Hlggan in Meck lenburg county Saturday night and com mitted to jail woro taken from tho jail and Muraerocl by Her Husband NEW YOUK Dec Bridget Don uelly was murdered by hor husband Henry Donnelly this forenoon in a tono icont house in Krooklyn Tho murderer was arrested The cause of tho crime was the womans refusal to livo with her hus A Successlul SaTeCrnckor Dec two oclock this morning tho safe of tlie Oatmeal Mill Com pany was blown opoti and robbed of a Inrgo amount of money Watchman Phillip Smith who caught tho robber nt work was bound and a sack pur over his head and ho was tied In a chair A Hint to tho PARTS Dop Emperor Uauiss proposed visit to city La Liberty A ND Dec Freeman I a negro charged with the murder of N B I Adkins and bis mother was lynched this morning by a party of masked men Snow nild Rain in Kansas KANSAS Ctrv Dec tirst snow of tho season fell tociny in Northwest Mis souri Hud Northern Kansas Some of the Incoming trains ou tho Western roads were delayed two or throo hours A dispatch from Wichita says a soaking rain fell In vho southern part of Kansas today It was just what the country needed and will doubtless extinguish tho threatened Invasion of the Hessian fly A special from Topekasays tho State Board of Agriculture has reeoivod telegraphic advices from northern half of tho to the effect that a snow storm today covered the wluter wheat Tho badly needed An BnrncO Dec Tho New Organ Companys factory burned tonight Loss Two iircuiou wore badly iu jjred 1BEL1D TO Parncll Will Cross the Channel and Have It Oat Mi OBrien A HECONCfllATIOrlSEEMS IMPOSSIBLE Parnellltea Still Over Their recent Kosult in Kil kenny Pleased the McCarthy at Is O d irate Deo Ireland re ferring to the election lu North Kilkenny says Kilkenny has declared for Gladstone und against Paraeil Tho battle was fought with every weapon that hatred malioo In gratlludo and treachery could supply Ro ll Ind tho mutineers wero tho priuati eager to regain the power Purnoll secured for Ireland ten years ago Thoy sanctioned methods of warfare hitherto unused aud open lighting supplemented by seorot In timidation But although this oombiuation secured tho victory of KilUunuy it must bo remembered that Kilkenny is not Iruland They will be forced to renew the battle at every spot on triufo soil from tho ooutur to the Kaa The Journal says Parnoll starts for Paris tonight to meet his lieutenant Vvilllaiu OHrion Parncl ac oordingto the Journal refuses to bcliovo that tho friendly between Otsrlen and will bo barren of re until thoy havo uuHniuitcly failed to n cisenni At a meeting of the commit tee tcitlay denied thut prtosis had used Intimidating tactics In North Kilkenny Ihnily says tho League funds In Ireland overdrawn to thu extent of fcJOUU as tho bulk of tho money was looked up In Paris iloaiy added that ai raugmonts between Parncll and his oppon ents was out ot tho question aud that tho latter would light to Parnoll on every platform llealy also said had Scully won ho would havo been unseated owing to bribery and corruption by his political agents who expended In the campaign moro than tho legal allowtuieo Iloaiy flooltirod a belief that secret service money had buou spent In Kilkenny to widen the snllt in tho Irish party Pnrnell said today ho would go from hero to Paris to ollcr congratulations to OHrlon on the success of the latterS mis sion to America In regard to himself ho said ho would not one inch from his position After his roturn from Franco ho proposes to resume tho campaign beginning at MCAIITHY AT BOULOGNE Ho Will Sec Thut OBrien Js Posted Compromise Probable Deo McCarthy ar rived yesterday liogurdlug tho election in Kilkenny ho says tho result surprised his expectations its decisive character boiug accentuated by tho fact that Scullys votes included at least 400 to 800 Conservatives making the total strength only onequarter of the total poll McCarthy said ho believed the defeat of Scully would havo the clYcct of disarranging tho opposi tion and Induce many wavorors to come out against Parnoll McCarthy declared his idea In coming hero was to Inform OBrien fully in regard to tho recent events 1n Ireland McCarthy says ho in view of Parnells declar ations after tho KUkonny election that all IdOft of reconciliation between the two fac tions must ho abandoned liven negotia tions woro hardly possible he added as no basis for a settlement of tho dispute ox Istod Iarnoll having refused to accept tho result of tlio Kilkenny oocticn and duclluud to abandon tho lundcrship said McCarthy will never consent to IaruoUs of the leadership Some of tho are lukewarm In tholr adhesion and only stick to Parnoll through a fueling of chivalry It Is likely that some will join when his decision is McCarthy sumnod the Idea that OBrien would join tho Iarnoll party without openly declaring himself The Popo Pleased ROMK Doc It Is announced on good authority that tho victory of Hennessey over Scully at tlio election lu North Kil kenny was undoubtedly welcomed at the Vatican it is also understood that tho Iopo approves tho attitude assumed by tho Irish bishops and priests Tho Iopo how ever it is added will not inturioro In Irish politics having decided to maintain his usual attitude of reserve Dillon Moro Than Satisfied NEW YOUK Deo Billon this morning I am more than satisfied with the result in tho Kilkenny election lam touch surprised that tho vote was so Notes From the Capital Dec Sec retary Spaulding has decided that nat ural gas piped from Canada Into the United States shall bo sudject to duty as prescribed for tnicmimeratcd manufactured articles 10 per cent act Zegarra Peruvian Minister to tho United States has presumed to Secretary Bluino a petition from tho Chamber of Commerce of Lima Peru to tho Department of Foreign Kclatlons of that couutry with a view to tho Improvement of steamship communica tion between theUnited States aud Peru Tho improvement of tho steamship service between Colon or Asplnwall aud Now York would havo a most oalutnry elVoot Laws for Oklahoma GUTimiK 0 Doc first Legislature adjourned tonight It has passed a complete codo of laws a compila tion ot tho Dakota Indiana Nebraska and Illinois statutes Tho capltol question was uppermost iu the minds of the members and every other measure was secondary but whon they found Unit Governor Steelo would not approve a capital removal bill they got down to work In earnest and did all they could to adopt a codo of laws best suitable to the pooplo of Oklahoma Cavalry Surrounded CHICAGO Doc special from Dickin son N says Captain Fountains de tachment of tho Eighth Cavalry is sur rounded by about iivo hundred Indians In tho Cave Hills about olchty miles south of Dickinson one of the of the Bad Lands Fountains cavalry had beon mak ing forced marches for tho past ten days rainlug rapidly on Sitting Bulls baud who havo been reinforced with Short Bulls and Laklug Boards bands of four hundred Eo Inforceruonts aro hurrying forward A Suffar Crop HAVANA Doc eano fields In all tho i sugarproducing districts continue to exhibit a splendid appearance excepting those In the eastern part tho Island which suffered from drouth HarrisonsOld Partner Will Die Dec wjs received tonight thtit Judgo C thirty years residing Ju this city and llfteon years law partner of President Harrison was stricken with Ludlow N today and will die HOODWINKED THE TROOPS Foot Promised to Surrender aad Then Stole Aivay Deo report received yesterday that Big Foot with his following including some of Sitting Bulls fugitives had surrendered to Colonel Suoiner is con tradicted tonight In a dispatch received by General Schoiield from General Miles Miles they did not surrender as they promised but mnnuRod to escape Troops are in active pursuit OMAHA Deo dispatch from Pino Rtdfro says A squad of Indian scouts wero sent after four troops of tho Ninth Cavalry to assist In the movement against the escaped hostilos The Seventh Cavalry ls under marching orders and will move before daylight Seven friendly Indians have jnst roturnucl from the Bad Lands and report that Short Bulls baud refusesto come in and deflea tho troops An Oklahoma Ghost Dnnce GUTJiiurc Dec Cloud Hutchot She and Kunulng Bear were in the city to day to invito somn friends and their logftl advisers to meet them nine miles east of the olty to participate In a ghost danco to begin tomorrow Tho Klowas arc enter taining many Indians from ncighboilnct tribes Thoro are also representatives from tho Cheyonnea Arapahoes Crooks find two messengers from the Sioux The visitors will do all In their power to allay as far as possible the Messiah All the Indians about here aro friendly and peaceable General Spinners Condition Dec is little of uny chanRO in tho condition of Gen eral Splnola tonlRht but his relatives fear that death is near at TIPS FOR THE PREACHERS BANKER DVIES EDGE OF KNOWL tho llovorend Gcntlomon Will Jto Called to The Attscts Itoduced W1000 YoBtordiiy OnrcAdO Deo Accord inK to tho tes timony of Koan oC tho suspended banking firm of Kean tho assots aro lowored frlOOO moro Iii his testimony today Kcan acknowledjiod that ullowmnco had not boon iniide for 82000 paid D Tolman on Mio clay failure or for declared forfeited by tho authorities of Wost Superior Wisconsin upon his failure to purchase certain bonds of that town whioh ho endeavored to do ftliss Keans private secretary testlined that she had soon pnrtnershlp papers clruwn np between niul Wilson Warldlujrlmin and that they woro slRnod by Wnddlnphuni This In con side rod im portiint for tin doposltors as Wiiddingharu is a wealthy man After recess Miss resumed tho witness stand She said slio had seurohod for tho Wuddingham agreement but was unable to find Tho attorney askod her if she had over placed her name on i noto for Ivcian She replied that ahe had once Kean asked her to do so explaining that thoro was some law providing that a bank could not loan more than Homuoh on one name and that her narno was aocoptahlo Wore you good for tho notoV asked tho attorney I dont thlulc I was very rich at tbo she said Durinp tho session Attorney Mayer asked Koun If he was aware that Kov John 0 Foster and Rev Lewis Curts wero given a tip as to tho condition of affairs two days before tho bunk failure with tho result that they drew out their deposits Koan answered that ho did not know such to bo tho cuso Mayer however requested the Sheriff to secure a subprena on the rev erend gentlemen to appear in court and testify CrncAOO Deo Tho storo of Cbnrlos Lynch an extensive retail boot and shoo dealer was closnd by the Sheriff this morn inc on a confession of judgment amounting toovnr Nicw iouic Dec A private dispatch from London states that the resources of Aboil preclude loss to creditors This Is Interpreted in ilnunclal circles hero to moan thut tho firm is They wero largo dealers In bullion SAVANNAH Dec Tho Savannah Flro and Marino Insurance Company wound up Us ullairsloday Tho company was orpanixoil in 1887 with a capital of Threatened ad verso legislation was tho principal cause of closing up business THE SENATE PROCEEDINGS Oklahoma Without Tho Pres ident Vetoes a Building WASHINGTON Duo 24 In the Sonato unanimous consent was asked Tor passage of tho joint resolution extending until July 1 1801 tho period during which tho laws of Nebraska shall be In forco in tho Territory of Oklahoma Edmunds explainim that the act creating the Territory placed over it the laws of Nebraska until tho close of tho first session of tho Territorial Legislature It was presumed that tho Legislature would enact a code of laws but it has failed to do KO and the term of its service would expire today If Congress failed to act now the Territory would bo in a state of chaos Morgan objected to tho consldoration of tho resolution and it was laid over Morgan called up his resolution directing tho Committee on Privileges and Elections to amend section 31 of the Election bill Sherman contended that it was not now in order to call up a resolution except upon rending thcdobato which followed the hour of 11 arrived and McPberson continued his speech against tho Election bill MoPhorson wont on to arraign Re publican party and to denounce tho meth ods pursued by Davenport A message from the President was re ceived and read returning without ap proval the bill appropriating for public building at Bar Harbor Maine on the ground that tbo public needs at that pltce did not justify such an expenditure Only one public ofllco tho postoflice is to bo accommodated The President sets forth tho facts that the rent paid for the postofficeVnlSSS was S300 One clerk was employed and no carrier The gross postal receipts for that year were S700 Bar Har bor is almost wholly a summer resort Tho postal receipts for 1SOO show Chat more than half tho gross receipts of tho postoffioe were about SS K day The President says tho salary of a janitor for the now building would be more than twice the present cost to tho Government for rent fuel and ligiit cannot believe that upon reconsidera tion Congress will approve the cootemplnted expenditure The message was referred to the committee The Senate then at adjourned until Saturday at noon Two Prize Fights Dec prize fights to a finish last nighfcin the rooms ot the Twin City Athletic Club here The principal event was a match for a purse of SSOO to the winner and S200 10 the loser Johnny Tommy Hogac of St Paul Van Heest finished his man In the twentysecond round v 7 The other fight was for a purse of between Charley Johnson of St Paul arid JimnjyB GriBln of weir knnwn Grilfin was knocked out in twelve OARDOVAS DESTRUCTION Tho South American Atbena De stroyed by a Flood Deo TniBura San Francisco Chronicle There was published yesterday a cablegram fron tho Argentine Republic stating that tho canal at Cordova had burst Its bank flooding tho city destroying hundreds of houses and resulting In tho death ot a hundred pooplo Tho information was so rnoaRer that a reporter was sont to inter view a gentleman lately returned from Cordova after a stay of several years in that city and who gave the following in formation Tho disaster must haro been caused by tlie bursting of a largo dam some thirteen miles from tho citj Tho relation of Cor dova to this dyke like the illfated Johns town is peculiarly adopted for tho calamity that In all probability has visited tho col legiate city of South America The danger 1ms long boon understood by the most Intel ligent foroiguars residing there and future attempts have bcou made from time to tliao to attract the attention of tho authorities to the peril Jut all to no purpose That curse of tll SpanishAmerican countries procras mafiana as they call has in terposed and true to their habit of never doing today what thoy can put off until to morrow resulted in tho matter being loft in abeyance Now as a result tho fairest city Argentine the seat of learning the site of Innumerable eoclosiasticul edifices is in mourning Cordova is M city of eomo slxty Hvo thousand inhabitants in population second In tho Ropublic although Eosarys Js pushing it very strongly and already has doublo tho trade A WROH8EB WIFE HUSRAT GETS HER FORTUNE AND A DIVOKOB Ho Transferred tlio Property to A Tonnff Soctoty Girl Marries Her and tho Court SusLHind 111 ill ST PAUL Doc Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Three yours ago Mrs Ann lo B Barteati was hap pily married and had In her own right Today slio is divorced against her will and made penniless by a decree of tho Supreme Oourtof Minnesota Six or eight years ago she came to St Paul from Apple ton and married William B Bartoau Tho wife sold her louring mill at Apploton and plachd the S4000 it brought in tlio hands of her husband for investment Ho bought St Paul real estate and by lucky turns mudo over Throe years ago Mrs went to Europe and was startled one dav on her travels to got a letter from St Paul saying that bor husband had so cwucl a divorce and married Miss Mary Bailey a handsome society girl of 18 Ko Uirning to St Paul she brought suit against her faithless lord and Miss Bailey to whom all of hor property had beon deeded on tho of conspiracy At the trial tho oon spiracv was proven but legal documents bearing of tbo lawyer to whom she had given the power of attorney wore produced in whioh tho real estate was shown to have boon transferred by duo process of T of the twelve rosids1 inSouthern Kansas cpn trolled by Gould have Voted to tho twelve under the name of the Tlio District Court found in Mrs Bartoaus favor but tho Supreme Court today re versed the lower courts decision Tho Su preme Court doesnot deny that Barteaa Mies Bailey and Mrs Barteaus lawyer woro in connivance to beat hor out of her proportv but affirms that tho fact being ad mitted that a certain lawyer was given tho power of attorney to transact business for her and did so transact it that tho court can not go behind th6 acts to discover whether or not thoro was criminal collusion in bring thom about ANOTHER CONSUBIPTION CURE A Detroit Physicians Jjiqtiids and How to Apply Them CHICAGO Deo TBIBTJKB San Francisco Chrontdo Dr E F Ingalls of this city has received a supply of liquids for tho treatments of consumption by tho methods of Dr E L Shurly of Detroit There aro two liquids for use in this treat ment each mado as nearly chemically pure as possible Ono of them is codino tho other a solution of gold Tho codlne solu tion Is to be injected each day for a week In incipient cases then on alternate days In aggravated cases where breaking down lias begun tho solutions are to be used on alternate days then simultaneously care being taken to prevent the formation of an insohiblc codine of gold duo to impurities in one or the other of the solutions In es pecially severo cases Dr Shurly advises Dr Ingalls to employ inhalations of chloride gas in connection with the oodine and gold Dr Shurly modestly states that while he makes no such claim for his method as is mado for tho Koch lymph ho has brought relief in a number of cases CHICAGO Doc i Associated Tho consumption cure invented by Dr Shirley of Detroit is attracting much atten tion among physicians Dr Ingalls of this city has inoculated several patients with it tho past two days In an interview to nlcht he said no immediate effects wore noticed in this treatment but Dr Shirley has dismissed several of his Detroit patients apparently cured after four months The remedy consists of hypodermic Injections of chloride of gold and soda or a solution of cedino These drugs have long boon used for consumption but never in this Tho cure is a blood euro and of course lakes some weeks to have any ollect The remedy is injected much aa the Koch lymph is but its nature and effect aro very different It is an alternate and does not like the lymph attack and destroy the diseased Its effect is to change the nutrition of the tissue and not destroy it It is therefore much milder than the lymph and its use is at tended with no languor A Negro Christmas Riot BiKMisonAii Dec 24 Near Oxmore there was a big Christinas festival at a negro church last at night several men who had been drinking heavily got into a free ngbt The lights wore extinguished and while the screaming nifcn women and children wore trying to reach the door shots were fired Ben Butlor was killed instantly and Tom Alexander and Hobson Mclntosh fatally wounded Several others received wounds and a number woro hurt In their rush to got out No one could tell who nred the shots and no arrests were nmde Oherotee Boomers Cross the Line ARKANSAS Dec 24 A rumor gained currency here today that the Pres denc had issued a proclamation opening tbo Cherokee strip to settlement and over 200 families moved over the line and staked their claims They learned tonight to their regrat that the rsmor was untrue and they will move back in the morning Christmas Presents Spoiled CHICAGO Deo The continued settling Of the walls of the Government building re sulted today in the breaking of a water pjpa and the flooding of the basement There ia a vast quantity mas mail in and thousands Christmas presents of ihem costly dries liaye Best Steel in the World Dec At a test of steel manufactured atthe Carpenter Steel Works this city a oneinch bar broko at a strain pounds being in ex cess of highestrecord authoritlyely The test was made v under the iupervision ot Government UNCLE JEBBYS CANDIDATE The Agricultural Secretary Declares Bimself for Harrison HILL AND HIS FRIENDS ARE FURIOUS Now York Governor TTas Offered n Back Scat at tho Democratic Paster Decision In Con Railway in Politics Deo oven Ing Secretary Rusk said ho was sorry to see his namo connected wltb an ar ticle recently published giving farmers veto on Presidential candidates for 1S02 He sincerely regretted any attempt turn the attention of Republicans away from Presi dent Harrison as a candidate Ills admin istration he said had been a clean one di rected D the best interests of tho wholo people and he confidently looked for his ro nomhmtlon aud reelection Tlin DEMOCRATIC BREACH THE NEW APPORTIONMENT How tho Now Stand in Electoral College IfncJcr tho Apportionment X111 fixing 350 as the whole number of Keprosentatlvos in the Fiftythird Congress tho following table will show the representation of the States In the Electoral College and tho iis tritmtion of the twentyfour additional Representatives Hill Was Invited to Tako a Back Seat at the Feast NETVYORK Dec Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle chief signiilouuoe of the tariff reform dinner last night was the opportunity It afforded for witnessing tho breach that exists between tho Hill and Cleveland factions of tho Dem ocracy The vote to invite Cleveland to the dinner and to have him lead in tho speaking was unanimous Tho veto to invite Hill simply guest without a place on the list Of toasts was 7 to 0 in his so however only with tho undcrstiuiding that ho would tairo a back scat and act only in the rear guard of the Rainbow OC course Hill was quick to resent this studied Insult by Clevelands friends Hills frictuls however ore not disposed to accept tho matter without fighting back They propose to show that tbo insult to the Dem cratic leader was premeditated and that it was done solely in interest ot Cleveland Hills friendspoint out that tho action of tho reform club Is especially aggravating In view of tlio faot that dinner was ostensi bly held to celebrate tho resent election re A PASTER DECISION ItWould Result in Giving Connecti cut a Democratic Governor NEW HAVBX DGC of importance as bearing upon the con tested Governorship is just received hero It is tho decision of Judge Hall in a case at East Lime Ho decides that a paster put on a blank space under tho title Judge of on the Prohibition State ticket makes the ballot illegal under tho State ballotlaw On almost all the Prohibition ballots In this Si ato the Judge of Probate candidacies wero left blank and tho name written In for each Probate District Under Judge Halls ruling this would throw out some 3500 Prohibition ballots in tho State and elect Morris by a large majority Judge Halls decision is more significant us it gnve tho Democratic candidate the office in East Lime district A Railroads Political Scheme CONCORD N Dec Monitor to night contains a lender understood to bo from tho pen of United States Senator Chandler charging in substsuice that tho managers of tho Boston Maine Hallway aro contemplating a gigantic colonization scheme that they intended interfering in New Hampshire politics In the interests of Democracy and by tho use of money to securecontrol of the Senate Progress of International Arbitration The United States has already referred thirtythroe international disputes to arbi tration during tho present century Sho Is better iittnd than any other groat nation to enforce this principle upon the world She can begin by promoting permanent treaties between herself and Prance and England Tho public opiuion of tho latter country would gladly support a movement for a treaty of peace between tho two nations Wo at least havo a brother hood between us We aro both the common inheritors of the traditions and glories of tho race from which wo have obtained the spirit of a spirit that has so aided tho National de velopment of both countries The people ot tho United States and tho people of England are tho joint possessors of the respective glories In art literature aud science of their common ancestry To us war would be fratricidal to us continued peace would be the realization of true brotherhood possible to allow disputes between England and tbo United States to be fanned into war no as to come under tho oeusuro of the greatest of our poets This might hiire been prevented and made whole I3y very nasy arguments of love Which now tho tniiuagu of two nations must With fearful bloody issue arbitrate Wo have tried to show iu th3 article the United States admirably fitted to be the champion of arbitration in tho world She is not howuvw fitted to undertake the dis arnujunent of Kurope Germany Is tlie power which can most easily make a move ment for that purpose Tho young German Emperor has already shown that ho can take a large view of the Interests of civilization Tho International Con ference on Labor BuTniuoned by him showed that his thoughts are directed to peace and not to It would add his greatness and glory if he re moved the pressure upon tho all European nations by endeavoring to reduce tho pressure of heavy armaments which threaten dangerous social Hitherto lie has been forced to Increase those of his own country The Increasing cost of armaments and their destructive character will before long render them in I Topic for by ih6 RiQhl Hon Sir Lvon Playfair K C 3f in Xorth American Review for The Manhattan the Chief In proportion to its length the Manhattan elevated railroad is the most prosperous and the largest moneymaker of anyrail road system in the world There are many roads having a mileage 100 times greater than this whosefigures do not begin to com pare with those contained in the annual re port otthe elevated system This report has just been made public for the lastfyear arid the figures are simply colossal Its total receipts were nearly almost every came from passenger fares Its uet earnings were nearly 000 andItwas able to pay all of its enor mous interest charges a dividend of 6 per cent on and to charge a handsome aniountto Its surplus fund It carried passengers f ThefLonRest Trip The longest tripprobably a Thomas Toad master of the Great NorthernRailroad who traveledthe entire length of the road a distance of nearly 500 miles the journey occupying sevenconsecu tive daysvl The object ofthe to obtain of rbadMnaterlal on the Sioto New New North Carolina North Smith South Dakota Wost 11 iX5 9 1 12 IS 1 12 t5 1 3 11 S 0 R S 4 13 St J5 IS 8 10 IS 8 15 34 9 0 17 3 S 4 in sc n S3 1 1 i 1 CHRISTMAS GIFT Proclaimed to the Kations of tho Earth IKE GREAT SHOW HOW A CERTAINTY MORE SPOOK PAINTINGS A NSW YOHKiAHY miPKD BY DISS ItK It Alt A RopoMtlon of tho Humbnpsory TUnt Crniffht Lawyer Tho Wife of Kditor Victim Nicw YOUK Dec TttSBTTNH Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Ann Adella Sotomon alias Diss Do Bar and her crow of bunco spirit painters camo to front once more In 1688 Luther K Marsh a distinguished lawyer and vico uresidontof the Union Loaguc was a victim This year tho dupe was Mrs Harriet E Beach wife of Alfred B Boach editor of the Scientific American As in tbo caso of Mrs Marsh Mrs Beach has bolioved in spirit ualism for many years but it is within only a week that she has oome out us a bold do fenOer of the fat spook prlosioss and a patron of the nineteenth century work of Titian Rubons and other masters of tbo brush who it is popularly supposed gave up paiuting whon Tho picluros come for as tboy came for Mr Marsh and they till the rooms lu her fine house at West Twentieth street as they tilled Mr Marshs fine house on Lexington Avenue Unlike Mr Marsh however Mrs Beach has boon persuaded into believing that she had some power herself in makiug the spirit pictures covuo Evidently two years have brought aew assurance to Fat Anns tribe for lu the old days thoy never tried to make their victim think ho was a helper of the master painters nor in those days did they attempt to oiler any ex planation of how tho daubs It was idl an unfathomable mystery Today it in part of tho gamo to have tho spirits describe tho process stop by step It was on Suuday and Monday that Beach came publicly to tho foreground to espouse tbo cause of tlio spirit She had believed in them before but re cently it having beon written to her upon a slate through a medium as she describes it that the spirits of tho other world had elected hor to be their champion on earth and It also havr ing beon related to hor through tho that her duty was to holp a sister Indls graco she decided to face popular criticism and get right up and do soaio talking Sue spoke at M meeting of Spiritualists on Sun day at Adelphi Hall and on Monday night upon tho same platform she conducted An exhibition ot spirit art and mediums recep tion A PSYCHOLOGICAL PHENOMENON j A JERSEY GIRI BEATS HYPNOTISM AND CLAIRVOYANCE Although Blind and Partlnlly TTses tho Faculties of Her that tho Scientists NKW YORK Dec Dispatch Francisco Chronicle strange cane of a younff woman who though blind can see with the cyea of others fool cold when her friends are cold or warm when they aro warm hear through their ears and taste with their palates is now un der investigation by a committee which consists of McGallup G H Moffet and Al bert Foppora and in conjunction with Dr T E Klnget the three working to au thenticate all tue details ot the womans strange history and them into a pa per to be read before an anthropoligical aud physchologioal club which has rooms at No 9 St Marks Place The girl lived at Jersey City and ban for yeara been a pa tient of Dr Kinget who lives at ISO 158 East Eightyfourth utreet The first manifestation of her abnormal powers was observed January 8th 1S87 She had been left alone a greater part of morning when the brother of a very nefar friend opened the door ot her room Oh she cried oat before a word bad been spoken I know Marys back pains her awfully but you dont think eho will die do you The day before Mary Cutting by who lived sonic dis tance In tho country had been thrown from her horse and had sufferedintensely in her back The brother cametotell accident soften its severity but she had anticipated him She couldnot pos sibly have learned ot the accident by any ordinary way During the following week her younger sister sat a few tho George Eliots TheinyaliU girl could see only the back of ana did not know at which It was Suddenly she beganto read Terr baton the words as seen by her i i Thecase la brie that caunot be explalneq by hypnotism nor by general laws herctoforegivento tbo explainsDrj Kluget It is not because the patient cannot perceive objects except through the Instrumentality of the Menses of some other person It cannot tism as girt to sleep noi loses consciousness never v under cannot be a simple transference impressions of the tact sho cannot read of anotherwould destroy this This poor blind Vnd without the per feet use of a single one of berjnatiuralrfac ork on t7io Grounds niid Butldinjrs AVill Be Conimcuccd at Pen That the President UscclPrc scurcd to Director Peck Dec 24 Tho following proclsmatlou has been issued by tho 1resl Uent WIIKKIAS Satisfactory proof has boon pro sentivJ to nil iiroviMou has been made for mid builUiniis for tho cscs ot the Worlds Columbian Kxjosition iud that sum not loss ihan million dollnrs to bo used Mid AX ponded for rliu purposes of said oxpositicn hus pruvidiil in accordance with tnn ditioua and tequintmcnlso sicsliou 10 oi tho act ontitlcd An net to provide for ttrtlfbrntinu tho four hundredth nnnlvorssry of ho discovery or America by Cimstopbcr Colwmbus Dy hcldim nn iutornntlonal of industrins mnnufactiircs Jincl ho products of the soil mlno and in tho city of Cliiciico iu Uio Stuto ot npprovod April Now tlximfort1 I Harrison Trcsl of tho United Sitos by virtue of tho nu thrvrity vested in mo by said not do do clurt and proclaim that international exhi bition will be opened on vho 1st day of May in the 1S11S in citv of tho State of Illinois and will not be closed before tho last Thursday in October the sumo year and in tho Jianirt of the covcnunent and of the people of the United States 1 do hereby invito all of tho earth to tnkn part in commemoration of an event Hint is prominent in human his tory and of lasting interest to mankind by up poiiUinp ives therein and sending such exhibits tlin Worlds Colnibiau Kxposl lion as will most litly and fully illnstratotheir resiiurces industries and their progress in Tho parchmout in tho usual cliplomatlo form was carried to tho Trosioiont shortly ilter midday by A Brown chief clerk ot State Department who Is tho function ary through whom Halo formilltlC3 tire carried on President xvas in hla offlc talking with Secretary Proctor on tho Indian situation Tho of War Private Secretary Halford and formed a little group tho Prosldoat s ho loolced tho paper over and then tait jnc up a pen from the desk ho affixed bin signature lust as tbo clock indicated the President after inaking his signature handed the pen to Unliord with tho sugges tion that porh a ps Frcd W Peck of Chicago might dcsiro it as a momonto and directed that it bo mailed to Mr Pock 11UTTEKW011TII IS JJUTT Koprcsentatlvo Butterworth secretary of tho Worlds Columbia Exposition Is in aj very happy frame of niind tonight now that tho proclamation has boon Issued Speaking to an Associated Press representa tive Butterworth said everything wair booming and tho exposition would be one ot the greatest ever held in tho history of the world A copy of tho proclamation will bo delivered to tho representatives of foreign nations accompanied with a etatexuent con taining all tho Information necessary to a complete understanding of the regulations concerning the fair Tho news from London and Paris he said was very encouraging The directory agents in Japan aad China and in fact wore reaching out to the ot the earth Never boforo so far as his knowledge extended had such exten sive preparation and such a largo sum of money been raised at tho inception an enterprise as in tho present caso by tho pooplo of Chicago CHICAGOS CHRISTMAS GIFT Tho Woxlcis Fair Proclamation Will Set Tlimss in Motion CHICAGO Dec 24 President proclamation today was everywhere iu tho city regarded is a most enjoyable Christmas gift The status of the Exposition la now settled Chicago is to have a Worlds Fair tho world will know it and is invited to at tend Tho proclamation marks an epoch In tho Exposition No digging or building oould bo attempted until it was known beyond tt doubt that Chicago waa to hold the Worlds Fair Tho question could not be lottled until tho President issued his proclamallon Now the United States Government declares that tho Worlds Columbian Exposition bo held in Chicago in IS03 annouaGca to the Nations that Chicago hasuiado adequate provision for tho grounds and buildings and has raised for tho uses of the fair With this sort of a guarantee Iron tho President tho Exposition is given stand ing with every Government and tho invita tion to each Nation goes well accredited Ono of tho directors said this evening that tho proclamation comes when It is most needed and when Its first effect Is likely so prove most beneficial Tho Board of Con trol will probably be called to meet In a days to appoint a committee to visit the Legislatures and keep the agitation warm The heads of more bureaus will bo and the preparations for digging will be begun at tho next meeting of tho directors From this time on work will bo visible Pares Dninorr Dec The Supreme Court ot Michigan today handed down an Important decision establishing tho validity of tlio graded railroad faro act This provides that all Michigan roads whose earnings are S3000 per mile per annum are limited to cents a mile earnings between iSOO and R3000 2 cents aud all others 3 spe cial provision being made for thfj ipper peninsular roads Tho Railway Mileage NEW YORK Dec 2J compiled by tho Enginccrina News show the total ad dition to tho countrys railway mileage dur Inc this year was SSOO about 700 miles more than Jn 1880 The total amount of railway now completed is or this 36 012 miles or over 22 per cent were constructed during tho last live years Grievances Adjusted BALTIMORE Dec Tho grievance com mittee of the employees of Ohio Railway Company had a long confer ence with the officials of the road in refer ence to a request for an Increase of wages While the question waa not settled an ami cable arrangement was reached and there im no danger of a strike Tho Midland BOSTON VicePresident Rein bard of the system who arrived as Boston this morning states that tUo Colo rado Midland purchase was completed with out increasing the capitalization ot Atchteon which stands Death Record Dec W E wealthiest dry goods merchantIn Colorado died this morning of paralysis SANTA FE N Dec Pedro Antonio Lopez died hero yesterday at tha age of 113 years BurroundeS by several tiona r A Chicago Breach of PrbmiBc v CHICAGO Dec Miss Mary Whltebeck an actress has against A P Blakelce a young Board Trade man for for breach of promise ;