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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT ALLTHE OTHER DAILIES IK CITY COMBINED I THE MOftT EXTBN9IVI BEST ADVERTISING IEDIDI ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION 2 6 LAKE CITY MOENING TffOVSMBEB 3 1890 PRICE FIVE CENTS TOBY LOAFERS DISGUSTED Revolt of the flristoeraey Against the Parliamentary Service THE PRINCE OF WALES IN BUSINESS He Forme a PartiierHhip With Baron in A Sufi Siberian NOWH LONDON Nov Chronicle Whatovor may Ihu Govornnient with rnjiard to an early disHuluMon of Iur liiiment a short time Its havo iiridorKfirio a very unpleasant compulsory and tho early dissolution for which the Liberals devoutly hope Is now not at all The will put off an to the country as as they possi bly ran Theruporrs of Lho Tory whips show HO much In the party that It will ho compelled to delay dissolution In self Tlio whips made It their to lnqMro of each mornbor of tho party now occupying a seat In the Honso of roiimions whether lie mount to be a cancll for In Urn coining contest at tho pulls and to the utter dismay of tho Ministerial party no than 120 of tho present Tory members declined to stand again Id number about onethird of tho onscrviitlvoH and Liberal Unionists to guthfr The desertion Is fine to tho disgust of many ConservaMvus with tho now con ditions of work In Parliament which havo bujn established within tho few years past Tho decline to accept scats again tho loafing aristocracy section of tho Commons who havo boon accustomed to regard Parliament a club the best Club in London and a convenient place for lounging and amtisormmt looking upon membership as In some acnso a social dlstlnCtlon worth possessing They com plain that Uio House Is by Kadlcals and Iarnellltes and choir way of doing buslncjss They particularly resent tho habit of these now parties of every chance to spring a division upon thorn HO that tlrdy aan no longer take tholr oasti at dinner and social and tho raoo course without fear of tholr foes taking advantage of their absence Since politics Is becoming hard work Instead of gentle manly leisure they dont llko it Tho report that Lord Randolph Churchill would bo tho lender of the Conservative party In tho next iarUarnojib Is totally un founded It was sot afloat by the Churchill olrolo without any warrant In fact and is officially denied by tho Tory whips HIRSOKS EXPENSIVE WHISTLE aahgord Tn Bayaxid the Ottoman Jofllcors and soldiers arc talcing possession of Ar mcnlnn houses after simply turning out the Inmates Hussein Agha a Kurd noto rious for his lozig series of crimes a second Moussa Bey has been released from prison in Van and appointed Governor of Patnotz whereho enjoys tho full exercise of his sav age propensities The Armenians ofthe warlike town of Zcrtoon are reported to bo again In full re bellion and to havo taken possession of the Turkish barracks Tt is also reported that Armenians have attacked and destroyed at night a Turkish battalion going from to Endngan The revolutionary party of Armenians In Constantinople have begun to answer by terrorism1 to the Otto man system of terrorism and several trait ors havo been murdered ft would scorn incredible that tho Armen ian race no remarkable for Its peaceful and enduring cbaractor and entirely given to commerce and pursuits of poaco should rebel but Turkish done every thing to exasperate them Their services have botri Ignored tholr fidelity despised their claims mocked at When they havo asked for a little liberty tho Porte has added an extra rivet to every chain thoy wear The natural result Is that they havo for some time btsori muttering unheeded complaints arid now they are beginning to sputter out protests and throats which Heom to bo precursory signs of violent erup tions HYAOINTHTCS CAMPAIGN Franco in Great Danger of Into Clericalism PARIS Nov Hyaclntho today cornrnencod a campaign against clericallsrr In his own church with a vigorous address Ho said tho republic was firmly ostablished butafter loaning toward atheism there wa now danger of lapsing Into Cleri calism Pupils of the Jesuits ho safd woro beginning to swarm 1 tho military colleges and the public threatened to become a clerical govern men after tho most bigoted pattorn Of South American republics Ho thought this wn duo to tho Republicans shutting their eyes to tho power of religion In sooloty and he advocated National churches rejecting the authority of the Pope allowing priests t marry and abolishing the oonCostilonal Tho fund for a monument In honor o Garibaldi Is receiving many subscriptions in Franco a fact that shows that a bettor feellug toward Italy exists among tho A SAO SIBERIAN ROMANCE STANLEY OR BARTTELOT Who Was Responsible for the Rear Distress ANOTHER CHAPTER BY LIEUT TROUP Ho Protesta Against Being Held Responsible Barttelots Distin guished Brother Replies to Stanleys A Very Tiresome High Price lor a Partnership With tho Prince of Wales LONDON Nov San Francisco Chrontslr Series do Fllrsoh do Gorouth and H R II Prince of Wales have entorod into a partnership This announcement connecting tho holr apparent to tho English throne with an enterprising and wealthy contractor speculator and philanthropist has sot the gossips at the ulubs all ugog again Tho piirLnornhlp of course moans business It niso moans groat social opportunities for tho Huron If Is reported tliab tho finan cial hurdon will rest chlolly upon tho Hurons shoulders Ho has already ad vanced Ilia Royal Highness and the btislnosa now about to bo entered Into will call for more say In all about Alargo aUblo of raco horses has boon purchased In which tho Prince and tho Baron havo an equal Interest It Is decided to inalco all entries in the name of tho firm but tho horses aro to he run undor tho Princes colors Marcus Horesford ofliclal starter of the Jockey Club has resigned to train for the Prince and his partner Roroxford is also to hitvo solo control of the stiid tho idea being to combine a rearing and training establishment with the grjiwiusb racing stable In Kuropo Tho people declare tho Prince finds It ab solutely necessary to havo a wealthy frlmid Just now ami whilo he takes a good deal of dash ing Roalseatl tho Baron personally is compelled to accept the Princes condition Among these conditions woro several clauses that tho Baron was to bo invited to tlio Prtnoos establishment at San Tiihrinl and also to Marlbnrougir House In duo ho was to bo presented to tho Princess Tbo Princess however declined to moot tho financier She made no secret of her dislike to tho man of trado so tho iirst Invitation tn Mtirlooough failed of object Tho Pritscoss would not appear The Karon was offended Ho com plained that ho oxpootod bettor treatment and that It was hardly courteous of tho second lady In tho kingdom to nlight her husbands best friend There scorns no question but tho Baron is a broadminded largohearted man full of good impulses and oxtromoly generous In his His noble gifts to tho Kusslan Hebrews it is said roach the vast sum of and nobody sooms to know Just how much ho is sending to the every month H la noble bonelioenoo to tho poor of London has also attraoiod hosts of trionOs to him ANAKCHX IN ARMENIA A Beautiful and Wealthy Girl Mar ries an Exile LONTJON Nov San Francisco Chrnnicle Series has roacbod hereof onool tho saddest marriages on record which was rooontly entered Into by o former Russian ofHceiv condemned to ton yours hard labor In tho minus and llfo long banishment and a young and beauti ful girl possessing an ample fortune In her own right who has faithfully and wearily followed tho footsteps of her lover Tho bridegroom was brought to tho altar of the prison chapel in tho soiled gray clothes oC a minor his ankles bound by chains clinched In an Iron waistband The marriage coro mony over tho husband and wife bade each othur a sad hut hopoful farewell ho to re turn to his gloomy toilsome life and sho to wait wourlly until her husband obtains tho freedom of a colonist AN INDISCREET GERMAN He Precipitates the Vitu Osman Dianas Advance LONDON NOV Dispatch Han Francisco Chronicle Is re ported Crow Zanzibar that tho attack upon rostiltlnp In tho burning of that place and tho massacre of many of Its inhabitants was caused by tho Indiscreet utterances of a Gorman settlor narnod Frledrlch whose exasperated tho natives and led thorn to overt acts of hostility necessitating tluIr punish menu That often killed and often resurrected ohloftaln Osrnan Digna Is represented by from Oairo to bo advancing upon Hnaklrn at the hoad of a largo army of armed men This Information Is obtained from tho natives who havo arrived Su akhn within tho last two days Osman la sitkl also to bo recruiting his already for midable force from tho tribes through whoso countries ho passes THE CZAR EXASPERATED The Barhorous Turks Terrorizing Christians Without Restraint Nov Francisco Chronicle Uiverit advices relative to Armenian affairs Uiilitfaio an awful state of anarchy In Ar tiuMiia and a condition of ever increasing Tension between the Porto arid tlio Patriarch ates Tho National RepresentativeAs sembly of the Armenians having accepted the resignation of Ashtakln thrum remains Every Ar menian is watched with monstrous sus picion by no principle limited by mi conditionEven Artin Pasha and tho muohadmlred Mlnistor of FInnnco flagop have boon suspected and their houses ransacked In search of oompro mislug pjipers AuOon Khun an Armenian In tho Persian service rooontly sent bv his Government fo Turkoy was on latidlng at ConstariMrtople arrested by the police and thrown into prison although promptly re leased on tho representations of the Persian Ambassador to the Porto Dr Hagopian modleal missionary and American oltixon was arrested and after four im prisonment in Marash noplo uncitsr escort of innocent Armenians are priscjn on mere suspicion and previous eXamlnat4on FJands1 of solciiflra and gendarmes are kuophig wakeful1 watch on tho principal roads and question aJl travoloitt on tholr wry to Constantinople This Is done to preveritlottersynd news froni rcach iug to tho world atrocities In Ajraonlii and arid unlliM itel Dead bodies of Armenians are was impaled at AJ Tlo Resents the Interference of the Foreign Press anil Preachers LONDON Nov Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle dispatch from St Petersburg says tho has boon deeply irritated advice and interfer ence of tho foreign press and preachers In behalf of the Russian Jews and that his Majesty who is personally tn favor of a rigorous enforcement of tho antiJewish clo orees has given directions that no leniency shall be shown and that olllolals shown to bo remiss shall bo reported for reprimand or While the AntiJewish party is gaining ground In Austria It Is losing in Hungary owing to tho prevalent belief amonu tho magejars that Russian Influences aro behind tbo agitation A Strain in English Politics LONDON Nov municipal elec tions hold in England and Wales yesterday where tho results turned on politics tho Conservativesgained 50 aud tho Liberals 87 seats Tho loading feature of tho returns from tho municipal elections Is tho fact of tho most signal Liberal success yet recorded Tho labor candidates won some seats from tho Conservatives Tho Chroniclesays The results make a bad outlook for tho Government aud show what will happen In the event of an appeal to tho Protective Tariff for Spain Nov proceedings of tho tariff commission whose sitting has just ended have boon of a marked protectionist character Tho recognized froo traders even tacitly accepted tho proposals of the com mission Soiior Morel president of the commission a staunch free trader disap pointed his friends by his attitude heavy duty which it is proposed to place on imported ooiU nud Iron and copper oro will It is asserted prove disastrous to tbo trade of tho country If the tu on euro becomes a law Moltkcs Birthday Gifts BKRUN Nov HUNTS Francisco Chronicle Series von MoJtkros birthday presents are incrensr Ing In number daily and the is now a largo aud ono both in respect to cost and quality of tho The suggestion has been made that the presents bo placed on public exhibition In Berlin and It Is believed that this will be done the proceeds of tho exposition being devoted to public charities Services Without the Priest Nov crowd of Cephalowians forced their way into a Greek church at Galota today arid performed their devotions bythemselves inthe absence of the priest and protested against the re cent gonoraidoslng of the Greek churches The police at first offered resistance but soon yielded tothe people i A Result of Ballorirs Tour LONDON Nov Balfours tho Government has given for the purpose of harbor of BiUlina for1 appropriation been desired for a loiij The Grand Duke ST PKTKRSnrjRO who became Insane cent ariny maneuvers Is now ooinplotely paralyzed and V There is no danger of E Tlolerit BOSTON Nov Francisco Chronicle making pub lie tho letters which passed between hircusolf and Staiiioy Lieutenant J Hose Troup ono of tbo ofTicops of tho Eniin Relief Expedi tion has added some strong evldonco tn de fense of his position Hp relates his version of the Incidents at Yainbua in plain and forcible English which admits of little twisting or turning In substance he throws tlio entire responsibility of tho roar1 columns horrible fate on the shoulders of Major Biirttelot and then turns upon Stanley and upbraids him for blaming subordinate of ficers for tho deeds of their superior He contradicts Stanley in Important points re garding orders Tho explorer maintains that bo commanded tlio column to follow and suysj llttio about alternatives Tronp throws this lightupon the matter in his letter to Stanley of 4 3890 A letter dated August 14th the very day I arrived In tho second trip of tho steamer was taken homo by Walkerand publishedby tlio com mittee In tho newspapersof November 28 1887 a copy of whloh I enclosed marked What does lie say I particularly call your attention to paragraphs at tbo end of this letter If however thoy the men promised by Tippo Tib do not come I shall bo compelled to stay here until November when Mr Stanley expects to return or till such time afterward as bo may return your written Instructions with these verbal additions as furnished by tho officer you l6fi ID command what was to bo gathered from thoru Simply this You mentioned certain contingencies and gave us certain alternatives which Icondense following formula 1 Advance when tho steamers return if Tippo Tib has sent tho promised iOO men 2 Advance with tho mon you have if Tlppo Tib sends somo but not all of tbo mon 3 If Tlppo Tib does not send any of tho men maiie tho marches twice over 4 If this obliges you to throw away too many loads stay whore you aro till I re turn Twist tho paragraphs any way you liko I cannot see vbat other moaning that thoy could convoy to anyone and although I endeavored as the months wenton by reading and rereading them over and over again and discussing them with theother officers I was unable to put anyother In terpretation on your words than what I have stated Furtheron he says If we of the rear guard woro simply an exploring expedition and had only boon left behind to await the arrival of a few supplies of cloth aud to on ableusto barter with tho natives wo would havo advanced with whatever men wo had But this was not the oaso We were the rear guard of a relief expedition and were entrusted with tho safokeeplng and trans port of a largo quantity of stores Our in structions were to bring up those stores if wo could to Pavali but if unable to do so to guard thorn safely till your return It was not a matter of five mon rushing baldr headed after you and lotting tho loads go for you may bb sure that had I had this opinionTshould riot have hesitated co fol low on your truck sooner than havo sat down in tbo Yambuya camp to undergo fche awful trlalsand harrowing scenes which in aplto of many constraints wore unnecessa rily brought about by tho reckless conduct of Major Harttclot What do you think of us in Vambuya with any amount of sup plies oil clofch only four clays from Stanley alls whoro plonfcy of food could havo boen purchased yot novor an effort was made by Major JJarttolot to help ourpoor starving iien It is absurd to say that Tippo Tib to supply us wllih food He was lever Agnin ho adds When I was nt Somanl uid had expended the few handkerchief and mitakos oo food for tho starving men i reprimanded for my extrava gance It is apparent to me that nothing liort of acting in direct opposition to Majoi 3artlolot would enabled us to have avod tho roar guard but that would have boon mutiny and you would be the first one 0 condemn suchaction As you placed him Barttelot iu supreme command making ia like all tho otihers his eoline to accept your statement that I was n any way responsible for the disaster to he rear Stanleys reply to this letter was sharp ind vigorous and in It ho mado various charges against Troup censuring him for not interfering with Barttelbt Troup how ever met him on his own ground answernot onlyrefuted the accusationbut took the explorer seriously to blam ing all tho oillccrsof the roarguard when there was but one In Stanley claims that Troup was not loyal that bo did not take ordinary steps to prevent the hor rors of am buy a andthat all the officers ol this the expedition aro at fault for not forcing Barttelot to take humane action toward ius men Stanley nor Troup concede a in all their cor respondence and each still maintains his original stand HOW COULD STANLEY KNOW ton His brother tho editor of a book just published Is also a major tn the army The obvious inconsistency between Mr Stanleys statement of last month in London and his statement of Wednesday made on embarking for America makes it important that he should meet thochallenge and ex plain freely his statements above fill that OIIP in which he insists upon describing the death of Major Barttelot not as a but as an suit of killing Tho implication hero plainly is that Major Barttolot WAS killed whilo performing or attempting to perform some unlawful or Immoral act Stanleys Dishonorable Silence LONDON Nov B Ross writes to tho Timesasking Its assistance in pre vailing upon Stanley to pursue an honor able course by publishing the whole of his case against the rear guard instead of waiting until everything Is said from the other side Bis present course the vrrifor says gives Stanley tho ad vantuga of representing a case for a dead men to answer Had he been liv ing Stanley would havo been compelled to substantiate his insinuation In a court of law but now there Is no appeal except to the bar of public opinion Tho writer adds I have had too sad an experience of its consideration for others to risk an appeal to JUST WHAT ADAMS WANTS THE UNION PACIFIC TRAFFIC DUO ED FIFTV PICK CENT Tho Boycott Will Relievo tho Strain rn I the Overtaxed Equipment of tho Jload Retaliatory Manifesto ARRIVAL OF THE IRISH The OBrien and Dillon Party Land at New York A WARM RECEPTION GIVEN THEM narrow escapes being discovered by English revenue cutters Tho royal yacht Ade from lay close by In one cf the culms and the fugitives could see her crew watch the St THE PANAMA WRECK Democratic Politicians Hasten Pay Their Respects to the Visitors Address on the Irish Situation StarvingOut Policy CHICAGO Nov Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Series Railway Press Bureau The Union Pacific has issued Its second sonsatlouul manifesto Beginning yesterday It abso lutely refuses to prorate with any other connecting lino than the Northwestern This applies to connections at all Missouri river points at and between and Kansas City Tho manifesto is the result of the boycott declared by the Union Pacifics connecting lines Its effect is that to any point onthe Union Pacific must pay the local the trallio Is turned over to it bythe Northwestern This of course is a prohibitive taritV except to noncompetitive points which in the case of the Union Pacific arc allunimportant The contest is now one of endurance ft is probable the Union Pacific will prorate with any lino paying the Increased propor but all the linos except the Northwestern have refused to pay the ad vance The plan of campaign is marked out on both sides To Montana and North western points all will be turned over to the Northern Pacific and the Groat Nonhorn To Denver and Colorado points the traffic will be fairly divided between the Atchlsbn Missouri Pacific Burlington and Hoc If Island and to South western and Oali fornla points the Atchison and Southern Pacific will receive the divided It is impossible to estimate what the loss In traffic to the Union Pacific will be but con servative estimates put the figure at 50 per cent Tho manifesto was entirely unexpected by the Chicago lines especially by two or three which had almost concluded to ac cept theUniou Pacifics terras Now none of thorn know from the manifesto whether the Union Pacific will accept their traffic on through at advanced pro portions It Is agreed on all hands to bo the most astonishingarid inexplicable bomb shell ever exploded In railroad circles The Baltimore Ohio yesterday corn plotud the contract with the Wisconsin Central and Southern Pacific officials by which it will change its terminalfrom the lake front to Lho magnificent new Grand Central passenger station Au agreement in all respects similar to the Union Pacific North western contract was also entered into by the three There will be no exchange of securities or line will autonomy but in elVect the deal transccntinentalline between Baltimore andthovClty of Wash ington on the east and the Sbate of Wash ington in the west The Grand Central will be opened withgreat ceremony about No vember BUSINESS OF THE BANKS Bftrttelots Reply to Insinuations Re fleeting on His Brother LONDON Nov Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Mr Bart telot being I was quite ignorantHhat there was any atmos phere of inystery pervading the Yam buya camp It must bo that alludes to some new information that caiuo to his knowledge since June Where can he have got this Stanley says why Major Bantolot was I say kiljod not It must be reraem bored that Bonny was the only nian in camp at the time and accounts show that he not an actual witness of the scene as he was in bed at thetinojuent i All must rest on hearsay evidence or the testimony of the companions of the subsequently arrested culprits I had a letter from Ward who says 1 know nothing vthat uponyour brothers As was with himhe did his utmost to obtain aid from th e Arabs my went to America after giving littoranpeV tpvhis and 11 he does us explain or with v ihe the Stanley matter thy jseeim view ofthe leybut in d i eriy honorii conies of f iiinV The Record of the Clearing Houses for the Past Week BOSTON Nov to THE Tnm following table compiled from dispatches from the clearinghouses of the cities named shows tho gross last week with fche relative per centof in crease and decrease as against similar amounts for the lp 1889 CITIES New Chiciigo Pblliulelphia St Sun Cincinnati New Kansds i t Clcamnccs H 1 Omaha st Portlnnd Or St Portland Seattle Sioux Wilmington Grand Rapids Lincoln Lps jDcs Lexington Ky Outside 1 Incrsc 2117 J62 203 2 4 Deorso 128 NEW YORK Nov OBrien and wife T D Sullivan and wife John Dillon and Timothy Harrington arrived this morn ing on tho steamer La A reception committee representing variou Irish societies met them at quarantine and when the steamer arrived at the dock reception was held after which the visitor went to Hoffman Houso Governor nil was one of the first to call upon thorn H warmly welcomed them to the city aud th State expressed sympathy with their causi and signed his name to an address of come prepared by the Irish societies Mayo Grant did tho same Eugene Kelly ana Joseph J were also among the callers In a talk with newspaper men OBrien said that out of forty byeelections held in Great Britain since the assembling of th present Parliament fourteen had been won by the Homo Kulo party This was a fai indication of the feeling of the Irish people on the question lie believed tbo Tories would be forced to dissolve Parliamen sooner than they anticipated The Govern ment ho said was noc taking proper meas ures forit denied that famine existed anc DOW admitted that there was deep distress in the country by proposing a measure for relief OBrien also read an address on the situation of Irish affairs and tho purport of the visit of himself und his follow travelers to America Wo are cominy to tho said the desire and with the approval of Parnell and tho Irish Par liamentary OBrien stated that there was absolute unity in the ranks of tho Parliamentary party aud among the people Tho old taunt of instability of purpose would no longer be thrown at Ireland Speaking of the experiences of Dillon and himself OBrien said they were well watched by the police and splos When they took a special train at Limerick th police took another special train in order to keep themcontinually in sight Yet thoy were caught napping Neither bribes nor threats induced anyone to tell the police of their departure and Balfours systein of es poinage was wasted The Government cannot trust it own continued OBrien Why on tho day before wo wore arrested Dillon wrote informing me what wns going to take plado although it was supposed to bo a Castlo secret We waited in Tipperary so long as there scorned tho least chance of forcing a prompt disposalof the charge As soon as the tac tics of the Government were quite clear we took leave to tumble their elaborate House of Lords about their ears and came away to appeal to America against Balfours ignoble dodge for starving out the tenantry ho has failed to intimidate We will of course return the moment our business hero is finished If we shall have tho mcantimOjsecured means of preserving tho Irish ranks unbroken until the general election we will not grudge Balfour what ever comfort he can derive from keeping us in jail for a season The essence of the Tory policy in Ireland Is land purchaseon tho landlords own terms To effect this tho tenants combina tion had to be stamped out Tho tenants once smashed and disorganized under ter ror of coercion a cabal of landlords and landlord tribunals could arrange tho rest at will It was with a view tocrushing tho tenants combinations that all the prosecu tions batonings and police outrages took place and it was to prevent this that Irish representatives came here The London Times has exultantly calcu continues the address that Bal fours policy has cost the tenants defense fund a year and that it cost us more to build New Tipperary They calculated that tho Irish people at home who last year subscribed for the evicted tenants fund would not be able to come to the rescue this year and that we must appeal to America Hence tho Tip perary arrests on the eve ofour departure If the tenants would bo broken by the terrorism of starvation the Government could carry whatever landpurchase scheme they pleased and go to the country with triumph over the success of On the other hand ifBalfour has to face the general election with a confession that the landlords syndicates with all tholr power fall to break the spirit of a couple of dozen bodies of Irish tenantry after all these years of merciless repression the coercion policy already dislikod will be over whelmed at the polls the present the question of a National fighting fund and fund are wholly Tire famine along the western portion of the seaboard is unquestionably real and horrible The Irish party are watching the situation with the utmost solicitude Tho bill which they have called for suspending evictions for the nonpayment of rent on small hold ings combined admini strationof the poor laws would go far to avert any danger of famine The opinion of the Irish party is that any generalAmerican fund poured into Ireland at Uis time would probably have the effect of confirming Balfour in his policy of leav ing the relief of distress to private initiative AU Traces of the Excavations Said to Be PARIS Nov official liquidator of the Canal Company douits that the negotia tions of Wise with the Colombian Govern ment for an extension of the canal conces sions have been ruptured Ha admits however that the process of effecting a set tlement with Colombia is slow and full of to dimculty Reliable advices from tho Isth mus describe tho canal works as wrecked and say that oven traces of tho excavations are vanishing The construction machinery is stated to be worthless now and its condi tion so bad that it is beyond bringing tho price of old iron Tho Brazilian Government has ooncludec negotiations with the Sooioto General for railway loan This is the first European loan of the Brazilian Republic Tho Credit MobJlicr hns acquired th works of DCS Mctaux for francs A CLEAR CASE AGAINST HIM The Crime for Which Swank Was Ar rested in This City HIS COMPANION FOULLY MURDERED An Anarchist Kills JTelghfcor and Record of Two Cali fornia Girl Ravished and Crimes OGBENS STREET GAR FI6HT SUNDAY STOPPED 11 THE POLIC1S A RTiriiilfflit Attachment Served by th United States Marshal Leaves th Houdorsou Company in Possession OGITEN Utah Nov to TRIB stated in todays TimvuNM tho Henderson Electric Street Railway Company suddenly began to parallel the tracks of tho Ogden City Company on Saturday morning and ground was broken for another track both on Twentyfifth street from Wall t Washington and on Washington from Twentyfourth to Twentyfifth A good many ties were laid on Twentyfifth Tonight about 8 oclock tho Ogden City Company suddenly swooped down on the corner of Twentyfifth and Washington and began to put in crosstracks on the ground broken by theHenderson people This ma neuver was met by an order from the Police Judge to stop working on Sunday The men complied but held the ground until midnight ready to prosecute the Avar anew The Ogden City Company intimated that it proposed to plant tracks on all tho ground broken by tho Henderson company before morning The street was full of peoplo watching this contest between tho compa nies not knowing whether there would be an open rupture between t3ao gangs of work men or an Injunction by the Henderson side The fight for occupationof Ogdens best streets seems to bo fully on now and no one can foresee who will be the winner One thing is Henderson people have met opponents worthy of their The street railway contest took on a new turn just after midnight Tho Mayor po lice Sheriff Marshal aud promlnent leaders of both sides and many citizens had gath ered at the corner of Twentyfifth and Washington streets the key to the track laying either tb preserve peace or see what promised to be a serious disturb ance Tust at tho moment when both parties seemed hesitating to take a decisive step that might precipitiite a conflict United tates Marshal Bowman served a writ of attachment on tbo Ogdon City Company for over SJ and seized the two engines and two cars thaf had beenrun into this crossing to block It and keep tho Henderson peopleoff also some rails and ties This took Swan Mid his friends by sur prise thoy made a protest and stepped out of the way Tho Henderson people at once began to lay track and this morning will doubtless have their ties and rails on he coveted corner just as they desire Tiie end 5s not yet DEMORALIZED SHOSHONEITES to Be and afterwards that the distress was while Istrge sums disbursed with imperfect knowledge of thevcircum of the country would inevitably find its way into the pockets of the landlords whpm the prospects ofAmerican alms would encourage to extort from their This evening the Parliamentary Fund Association gave a reception to the deie gates at the Hpffm House About two hundred invited guests were present Among1 themwere Eugene Kelly Hon Robert OBrien G race Bou rfce Coch ranGeneral OB rieci andPresident Gleason of the Municipal year A n add r ess of wel come read Jam A Gbrmani expressing the deepest true f or the cause It signed t by f Governor Irish thedelegate and of had asted notstrHck down r of the jproperfcy of O nond tohV George e Was growing in Engiandiand prejudice reppr The County Seat Records Moved on the Tenth Nov to tho decision rendered by Chief Justice Beatty in the District Court it Hailcy October 27th dissolving tem orary restraining order asked byShoshono ind placed upon tho Commissioners of ogan county from moving the county seat 0 IJellevue where it was permanently voted at tho late election great Indignation ins existed in Shoshone over their defeat lbe Court courteously stayed proceedings ftoon days for the Shoshone counsel to arefully review tho lengthy decision and s was anticipated one of their counsel Biorbower mado application for a hearing n a further stay of proceedings until Jan ary the case was set for rgu m en t yesterday and when called the kuEDalssionors counsel asked for final dis ositioti but Shoshone failed to plead al leging the absence of instructions from Parley Williams chief Salt Lake It leaks out that their failure was due to unsuccessfulovertures to the Commission ers counsel their oonsent to a fur tticr stay of proceedings until directly against their clients desire Kvi dently Shoshoue had no faith Inthe proijo sition unless ibis scheme was accomplished The plan is jto stay the movement until a last resort legislation In their favor from the State Legislature now soonto convene As a whole they ap pear to be the worst demoralized set of people in the country instead of submitting gracefully to the will of the taxpayers fifteen days stay of proceedings ex pires November 10th and the records will then be moved Immediately to Bellevue the permanentcounty seau The Death Record Lizzie Smith widely known as The Modem d led i n this ci ty was at Eastford i NOT to tho 19th of September tho body of a young mnn named Frank Diau frec was found lying TOO yards from the aids of the road about one milo east of tho city with two bullet holes through hla hoad Ho had been dead about twelve hours when found and must been killed tho preceding night Ou that night Lorn Swank who was working for Si day displayed a gold watch aud quite a sum of money In a saloon and said ho had moro money Ho had been soon with tha dead man on tho afternoon of tho 18th This fact coupled with the possession of tho money and watch led a suspicion that ho was concerned In tho murder He has not been seen In this city since midnight of the day the murdor occurred nor has ho beon heard from till it was learned that he was in Salt Lake Tho dead man had over iu money on his person before he was murdered and a gold valued at No trace was found of either money or watch Swank had six dollars wages coming to hiui hero but left without getting it It was a letter asking that this money be sent him that led to his appre hension The evidence against him is purely circumstantial but quite itrong TURNER ALSO A THIEF The Oflen Negro Steals Worth of Dry Goods OGDKN Nov to Yesterday the dry goods house of S J missed some silks furs and fine goods The police soon traced tho theft to Charley Tur ner the colored man now under bonds charged with shooting James Griff while he was delivering tho total shots Burn ers last summer in Madens saloon Turner had his solid also colored and some other colored person with whom he divided the spoils About worth of goods were recovered last night and probably 300 more arc missing plished Saturday night babk secondstory window and descending by the elevator Turner und his girl are under arrest Others may bo AN DEED He Commits Murder and Own Head Off ST Nov torrlhte tragedy oc curred in South St Paul this young herder named Micklo waa driving some cattle belonging to Rogers wellknown stockmen across land bolouff ng to George Robargo to reach pasture Around Robargo carno out and assaulted ulckle Benjamin Rogers whosehouse is but i short distance away heard of tho trouble Rter andgoiugover toRobarges place isked him tomark tho line of his1 property and prevent future trouble Jiobarge as saultedRogers with An axe but was driven ack William Rogers came to his brothers issistanee and Robargo got a shotgun and fired one Williams shoulder so iously wounding him and the other into Benjamins head killing hinvInstantly The nurderer then reloaded his gun and golrijj o his barn blew the top of his hoad off lobargo was an Anarchist MURDER AND SUICIDE An Elderly Lover Kills a Married Woman COLUMBUS A mack his morning shot and killed Mrs Elizabeth Anderson and afterwards suicided Amack s A divorced man with three children the Idest being a twentyyearold boy Mrs Anderson had been separated from her hus band some time and also had a grownup family Amack has known sojnotimo and has been greatly smitten with her She a few days ago that she was going back to her husband and Amack threatened her she didso This morning howent to her house and after a quarrel struck her down witha hatchet and then 8red three bullets body Rushing back to her boardinghouse his son what he had done and tbea termin ated his own existence with a bullet THE SPRITES OF HAIiljOWEJEBr They Use Plenty of on Connecticut Town TARRINOTON Francisco Chronide The and young tiwn celebrated Halloween venge ance When the quietlittle townawoke yesterday morning It was on a loene of de strticiion wrought by the younger portion oftbe male The most fashion able thoroughfare in theplace avenue presented comical Mauy of the houses all curbstones fenced and what hitching posts were left standing were daubed with paint of a very bright Some of the finest residences of were thus treated and naturally there WM great indignation l Theauthorities at once set to work to ar rest e cu Iprits bat no well d Id the boy hide their tracks that not be detected The It Is was done in for tberwatofcmeaJ who guard passed throughi was ail right at Thej damage unusually vigorous and active untilllyears prostrated by a violouc cold and made her a help less invalid She was confined to her bed icarGen era Yin superior of College was Canadian of the BasiHcan twenty jrearsr is bbard Spencer Bart lett coirtpanyV of the best j knp w n bard1 ware men in the country1 diedi lastV night offer them ii jjiphri The handsome residenoevof the proprietbr and editor of bAS articles about theJ ;