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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING OTHER DAILIES CITY COW BIN ED THEMOST cxTCifatnrc AWP ADYERTISIHG MEDIDI J ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION voj s e SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY MOROTtf G NOVEMBER 7 1890 PHICE FIVE CELTS THE STRAGGLING RETURNS They Still Further Increase the Dem ocrutie Consressional Gains NEW YORKS LEGISLATURE DEMOCRATIC How McKInley Reduced the Demo cratic Majority Palmer Claims the York Will Elect n Democratic Fattisoii8 Plurality The election now almost com plete and show the Democratic majority in the Fiftysecond Congress to be 124 count ing the five Farmers Alliance members from Kansas cue from Illinois and throe from Minnesota la the Democratic column Tho result in a few districts la not yot known THE NEXT HOUSE STATXB Dum Rep California Colorado Connecticut Florida Indiana Iowa KtUlHflH Lfiulsiiinn Maine Maryland Michigan 7 10 1 4 3 7 10 13 2 10 7 2 5 2 9 10 r 1 3 3 15 0 168 228 104 Nilrmikn Stnv Ne North North Rhorlo Island Onroilmi Sooth Washington Wost THE ILLINOIS LEGISLATURE General Palmer It by a Ma jority of One CmOAflO Nov Republicans car ried Cook county In whloh Chicago IH lo cated for tho head Of their ticket With all the precincts hoard from the Mguros give Gilbert for Sheriff 824 plurality over Lawlor Kern the Democratic c anfl Id a to for County Treasurer Is victorious however by 11605 Korn Is German anrt rnarto gains In tho districts whom tho Lutheran voto Is strong PALM 1C El A SHUNOKIKTJV Nov Palmer thisovonlng received a telegram from Car thaxo saying that Edwards and Myers two are shown bythe official count to ho olootod to the Legislature General reading the dispatch said This rnakoa Democrats and on a Joint ballot a majority of Tho 103 tho General explained included F M B A rnon all throe of whom ho claimed wore pledged to his support on the United States Senator ightyfour counties of tho State includ ing CookNnit of a total of 102 give Auilwg for State Treasurer a plurality of 2811 over Wilson Kaab lor State Superintendent of Public Instruction tmna pluralltyof HI 723 over T3d wards Raab carried by a heavy majority not only Oook county In which Chicago Is situated but also had a long lead throughout Stati gonorally Harrisons majority in tho State In 1888 was THIS NEBRASKA VOTE election by 300 This will be verified unless the vote of the precincts in Holmes which are estimated show unexpected gains for CANTON Ohio Nov said this afternoon to an Associated Press reporter that while conceding his probable defeat by a small majority he is greatly satisfied the result He said the issue was be twoon a protective tarlir and a tariff for revenue only clear and distinct and noth ing else entered Into the canvass His bill was the center of assault The result regards as a signal victory The majority of over 2900 Democratic in this district last year was reduced to about 200 this year Ho carried his own ward and city and county by large majorities showing unpre cedcnfced gains GOVERNOR MERRIAM ELECTED No Republican Re turned From Minnesota BT PAUL Nov unoffi cial and estimated returns from all but seven counties in the State give Morrlam Wilson a plu rality for Merrlam of 7310 The remaining counties are expected to plurality down and the Republican Committee 1 claiming Morilams election by over 1000 while the Democratic Committee claim 600 for Wilson Halverson Farmers Alliance Is probably elected to Congress In the Fifth district ovor Oomstock and Whitoman Tn tua Second district Genen Baker Alliance candidate with Democratic endorsement claims election over Lind If this proves to bo the case the next Congressional delegation thi State will be three Democrats and two Al llance PENNSYLVANIA RETURNS The Returns Indicate that Boyd Has Boon Elected OMAHA Nov counties In this State glvo the following vote for Gov ernor Boyd Richards Powers There are eighteen counties yot to hoar from These gave a voto for Harrison two yours ago of 4055 8405 With oxcopMon of Sallna and Clay these counties are nil located In the remote west ern section of the State and It Is doubtful If they will poll as full a vote as In the last election A fair estlniatoof the total vote of those counties would bo It Is very difficult to make a reliable forecast as to what those oountUishave done this yearfur cither of the fchreoKubornatorial candidates The total vote of the bo to ftud tho candidate who recjolvef votes is certain of election iJoyd Is now In the load but atlil 4858 if that number Tho chances aro that his vote will exceed because the Alliance In tho western part of of tho State is ohlotly made up of Republicans THE ANTIING ALLS MAJORITY Tho Kansas Senator Said to Luck Fifteen Votes KANSAS CITY Nov estimate of the result of tho Legislature of Kansas Rives the following Democrats 00 of the sev entyfive Republicans about fifteen Senators pledged themselves to voto according to the will of tho people of tholr districts prossed in the vote for Representatives Nino of thwo districts returned Alliance men To secure rtelection Infialls must control morft votes The Legislature Is ently against him by fifteen rotes at least and possibly twentyfour Returns received today from Kansas do not change tho situation materially The only positive change Is the positive election of Brodrrick over M0611 light in tho First Congressional district Tho ticket is still in doubt with the chances favoring the Farmers HUMPHREY KMeCtTKD GOVSRWOWi Chairman Buchanan of the Kansas State Central Committee telegraphs the Associ ated Press that Humphrey Is elected Govovnor AH but olghteeri countiesgive a plurality of these eighteen counties have a tbtal vote of only and thoy may oountod upon to increase hw jpl a rallty Buchanan IS SATI8FIEB Delamftter Defeated the Balance of the Republican Ticket Elected PniLADKLimiA Nov Complete re turns on the State Legislature shows the Republicans have a majority of 56 on a joint ballot Alexander K Craig is elected to Congress from the Twentyfourth district dofoatlnK Andrew J Stewart ovor 1000 votes This district in 1888 gavo Ray 4iW8 majority Complete figures are now received from every district in the State Tho new delegation will stand seventeen Republicans and eleven Democrats a Dem ocratlo gain of four Complete returns from every county foot up a plurality for Pattlson for Gov ernor of a Democratic gain as com pared with 1888 of Though Delama tor the Republican candidate for Governor Is thus defeated all his colleagues on the State tickets are elected by decisive major Iowa Republican This Year IES Mo INKS Nov unofficial returns from seventyfour counties give M 0 Ifarian for Secretary of StaU Ohamborlln a Republican gain of 7783 over last yoar voto Tho twentyfive counties umbported gave Hutchison for Governor fi55 plurality in 1880 This Indicates tho election of Mc iarland by t500 plurality and the remain dor of tho Republican State ticket by plu ralities somewhat smaller The latest Congressional returns elect in tho Third district and FliOk Eighth The State delegation to Congress will stand six Republicans and live Democrats The California Majority SAN FKANOISOO Nov returns this more than one halfof tho preoliiois in California outside of San Francisco and from about twoiihlrds of the precincts of this city give Markham for Governor moro than tun thous plurality ovor Pond and also that tho Republicans carried the eu tioket by a generally similar The entire Republican ticket In tuLs otty with the exception of one minor otlioe Is undoubtedly There seems to bo no doubt that tho Republicans elected five out of slx Wongrossmon in the Simta and the indications that tho entire Congres sional delegation will bo Republican Two Democrats from New Hampshire CONCORD N Nov Republicans concede the election of Danioll In the Second Congressional district This givestho Democrats tho two Congressmen from kthisState Both parties claim the Tho returns from all but a few small towns give Tuttle for Governor Amsdeni Fletcher Tho Republicans claim ten to twenty majority in the House and the Democrats claim two to sixteen Tho Michigan Fusion DKTROIT Nov 6 It is thought tho whole Democratic State ticket is elected by 6000 to plurality The Legislature la also Democratic on a fusion vote with the Pa trons of Industry who hold the balance of power First Second Fifth Sixth Seventh Eighth and Tenth Congressional districts aro Democratic and the Third Fourth Ninth and Eleventh Republican Tho vote In tho Eighth Is very close but present veturns givo it to the Democrats Tellers ReKlection Assured Nov Unolliclal returns from the State give the following majorities Towusond 6385 and Routt 3GJ4 The Republicans will elect the re mainder of thoStato tioket with the excep tion of Treasurer Superintendent of Public Instruction and AttorneyGeneral The Legislature ou a joint ballot will stand Republicans 49 Democrats 26 a Demo igain of fourteen This insures tho roolootion of Toller to the United Stutes Senate A JOeinocrnt Will Evarts NEW YOKK Nov 6 The Associated Press reports show tho election of 58 Democratic Assemblymen In New York State and 60 Republicans Tho former will have on a joint ballot 81 votes against the hitters 70 which insures the election of a Democratic successor to Senator Evurts TheDemo crats claiin that Aasembly districts credited to the Republicans belong to them Breckinridge Sleeted ST Loars Nov The latestin formation from Arkansas is to tho effect that the olTl olal returns from nine oouutles in the Seo Ofld district and close estimates on the re maining counties give Breokinridge Both paialos claim the First district In the Fourth Terry Dem is All the other districts have probr The Farmers Ourrjr South Dakota OinCAOO Nb v A spooi al V Ironi apolis says The latest returns from South Dakota show the result to be an Alliance victory and that Louoks is elected ernor The Legislature will also W Alli ance thu8 insuring the defeat pt Senator A Democratic Majority of SOOO Re rtuced to 2OO TOTVEPO NOT Canton special The luck of telegraph facilities in Holmes roomy prevents exact ascertaining of the vote 1 n the MoKlnley district Stark con nty Medina Wayne Warwick 300majority and latest advlcsa from Otlohneaglvea talui 1980 Warwicks I Republican JN6v Returns and esr tlcnates trom all the give AVllsoh for CougreBS plurality blympia for the Committee claim that Carter sm al 1 ra ajori ty I bu t a ei oction is gen erally Iby 200 GO Sta at the present time Augur 3469 scattering 257 Morris lacks 31 of a majority In this calculation fourteen towns are A Solid Republican Victory FAnao N return indicate that the Legislature will Republicans of a total of 03 The entire Republican State andCongressional ticket is elected Oklahoma Republican Nov Territory went Harvey can didate for Delegate to Congress is elected by 1873 plurality A DOOMED MEXICAN The First Execution Under the New Colorado Law GANOJf CITY Nov time to7morrow Novorto Grlego the Mexicanwho murdered W L Underwood at Trinidad on the third day of last June will be executed in tho peniten tiary at this place He is the first to be executed uhder the new law which provides that such sentences shallbe executed inside the wails of the State penitentiary and shall be done in private and fixing a penalty to beimposed upon any paper within the State publishing an account of the execution other than tho simple announcement of the fact The men who have been sentenced under the now law are Medley Savage Tyson Holmes and Grlego The three first named by technicalities in the law have escaped the sentence and Holmes has been granted a now trial Griego is a young man and takes his sen tence hnird He why he cannot escape tho sentence many others have done before him A a appeal was made to tho Governor bo sentence to life imprisonment but that offi cial has refused absolutely to interfere A DISASTROIJS DENVER FIRE A MAN ROASTS TO DEATH BJLFOKE CROWD The St Elmo Hotel and Other Property IJtirnod iSiitaUinjf Loss of Several JSarrow KBcapea DENVER Nov disaBtrous fire occurred last night by which all of the property between Eighth arid Ninth and Larimer and Market streets was destroyed entailing a loss of almost Aside irorn the property loss a man whose identity not yet boon established was burned to death The property consumed by tho five and the esti mated values arc as Messrs Todd entire lumber yard partially St JEimo Hotel building partially Meyers Liquor and other adjoining prop erty reaching the above amount The flro started in the rear of tbe hotel and rapidly that before tho fire department could arrive the flames were beyond control A man whor was tboiij to bo Charles McCartney was sconin the second atory ofMcCartneys saloonwhen that building His ouly hdpo of escape was to leap from the window to the ground be did butwhen ho allgbtod be Is supposed to have sustiiiuod injuries which made ib impossible to aid himself after reaching the ground and ho was compelled to lay where ho had fallen and roast to death before the eyes of tho crowd Thefiremen made heroic ef forts to save tbo man but the heat was so intense that their efforts were unsuccessful and it was fully one hour and ahalf after tho roan hadlumped charred re mains could be reached He was taken to the Coronersofficer Several narrow escapes death and injury wore made A young girl was saved by the otForts of a number of spectators when she rushed from one of the ipuriiing buildings with her clothing in flames and was caught by and bold while someone wrapped an overcoat about tho flames Shewas quite severely burned Two firemen wore slightly injured by falling walls but not seriously TRUCKEE IN ASHES An Incendiary Fire Destroys the Business Portion of the Town TRUCKED Nov Are broke out here shortly after midnight The wind was blowing a and the flames wore soon The fire was started in the roar of Stalls brewery by An The brewery and half a dozen other were soon burning the tiro catching on the roofs and porches of other houseSU blockdistant The citizens fought the flames and a firo train arrived from the effortswere avail East Main soon In ashes andail tbe frame on Front street burning forty buildings including the entire business the been destroyed and the residence portion seemed1 doomed TJie disastrous fire which staited this morning in a rearof tbe St Louis brewery on Front street was un doubtealy A man was seen running from the spot and was distarioe The wood saturated witbopdioll anda horse iii the stable had been stolon Sparks andburning frag ments werecarried entire business On Front till pthe wind suddenly shifted and drove the flames back froru the business townand citizens an opportunity to put put the fire which had Jii losses with little insur ance Sncct Commences Fast A NEW Noy Sau Francisco Chronicle Series a dinner big a giant away under bia and with a knot of grave rand to watch the Giovanni Succiror as be calls it Succi Giovanni started last night fast Forthenext liquid which be says he discbyeredin Africa and physical say Vsbeer will that if he carries out abou c S iRnor Su oci and his friends A Nebraska MtirdererPairdonetl to j G orer n bonce Metitler abne nbjis past A FEWCAUSES MOIFFEGT A Reapportionment Staid Be Fassecl by tlie Present Congress ANDREW CARNEGIE ON THE CAUSE Tammanys Victory Meansa Great Deal in National cratic Candidates for the Speaker ship StartlingChanges in Con gressional Gca Situation ORK Nov Dispatch San Francisco Trib unos Washington The election ofa Demo cratic the duty of the present Congress to pass the apportionment law moro imperative than for the reasotf that the Democratic majority in the Fifty secondCongress could not bo trusted to deal withthat subject With the Democrats it is purely a partisanquestion and their conduct Inregard to it would be shaucd and controlled by partisan motives regardless of tho requirements of tho Constitution or the demands of equity They fullyrealize thata proper apportionruent ofrepresenta impair their prospectsof success1 in the Presidential election of 1S02 and il they had power to postpone the cnaclimentof an apportionment law until after that election there Is every believe that they would use It wouldbe easy enough for the Demo crats in the 1 if bysecond Congress with an overwhelming majority dud pretexts for failure pass an appro priation at the first regular session and such failure of course would moan no aofcion before 1803 after the election of President and Representativesto the Fifty third Ooucressi There is reason to bolievo1 that the necessity of prompt ancl in this matter isone of the considerations which lias inducedPresidentHarrisonto favor so strongly the calling of sessionof thepresentCongress a proposition how over been strong opposition py some members of his Cabinot andcertain Republican Whether the result of Tues days elections will raodlfjy his views or those oC tin opposition mentioned the next few hours will probably If is known down to the time of his depaitnrerfoi Indianapolis on Monday the hcired to his opinion that a special session will be wise andprobably necessary ANDREW CAJRNEGIE TAIjKS Tuesdays Result a Gage oC History Sau Francisco Trill Washiiigtxjn correspondent sends the Carnegie who was in today spoke the re suits of the electioii and its lessons Aruong other things he said I t6 say that it is simply a case of his tory There was never tri umphant party that did notfeel thecllcct of a renctibn themiddle of its success Voli tics are simply ivcombi nation of reactions cycles of two years and fortunate is lie party that pots Uie boncjlitpr tho reaution Ihftt comes in years when it ltis and you see how Id prefer to be on the sidothat ifidown when the It liurts to bo on tbe other side when the board election it seems to niotlmt there wiiS a reversal of things on account of personal bickerings tfiat had to besought Thcy havo brougbtilhuir result and am sure they will be Two years will bring about a complete change The siorin that has just passed willthen Have piven place toacalra with in our own ranks The troubles between the leaders will have been succeeded by inid but of whatnow looks to be political oliaoS will result the grandest of victories and it will boa victory that will coiiut for it will mean a President No I dont aprce with you that thetariff pro duced I thinlc a case of per sonal feuds ln Pennsylvania there was a tlght between the loaders and it was the party that defeated itself Harmony como two years have Woe people that try to get between two will so cloijo together that will bo hurt Now fw for tho tariff There cannot well be anv more now and the McKinley bill will long before have vindicated itself working out as it were personally iiwaropf the fact ihal a nunibei1 of Europeftn just now on thepoint of bringirip capital Jiud tlioir rises to this do not know just how long tbo1 Ameriparv people intorid to ftdheretb the principle 6i not certain elVeot tbiis ttleclionAyillproduce on their minds catvsay ihatit will bea to the country if they should be frigh THE DEMQCRATIG be recognized by a majority of the Democrats and that his chances aro excel 1nt HATCH IS IN IT ST Loms Nov Hatch tonight in formed a PcpiLblic reporter that a candidate for Speaker of the next House A dispatch from Springfield says Congressman Springer Is also a candidate THE TARIAEAKV VICTORY His It Means a Boomfor Hill and Unscrupulous Gang CHICAGO Nov Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Series The Intcr Occans New York correspondent In the course of an interesting article on the elec tion bas this to say The question will he considered in 189 whether tho people of the Uuited States will jrive their indorsementto tho Tammany parly of the Na tion and to David 15 Bill as its candidate ns a pretended majority of in city of Tsew York did Tuesday for it is conceded by conserv ative Democrats who take a tboucKtful view of the situHtion that the triumph ofuio Democracy oil Tuesday puts Uavid a Hill to the front as the leader of the National Democracy and delegated Grover Cleveland to his original obscurity Mr Clevelands Secretary of tiie Trcasry Mr Fair with all the Democratic arid mug wump organs in jtfew York which are ais earnest took strong grounds upiinst the elec tion of the Tammnnr cbieJ1 and the success of Tuminauy means their downfall Tmnmany has captured theDemocratic party Tbe Cleveland men are very much discouraged bv thesuccess of Tammany iuNew York City is recoRiiizcd as a for David B Hill liidepcndetit and the mugwumps have once moro contributed to the success of bad ROV orument Parsons and politicians they all had their way and they have all landed in the ditch together The attempt even for municipal pur poses to workoutside the two threat political parties has miserably failed It bas loftTam of tbe field It has placed that graceless politician Governor Hill a Jong length nearer the Democratic nomination in 1892 It has given a smirched rounder like Mayor Grant such a personal triumph as it mils to the lot of few men to wiu Ithas immeasurably advanced the cause of plunder and corruption in American city government SHJEllMAN NOT AljARMED Xho People Will Become AViser Be fore the Presidential Election NKW YORK Nov Sherman ln aninterview tonight said that Major Mc KInley toldhim before election that he did not expect to succeed with suph odds against him The added But I shall surprised if it makes him Gov ernor of Ohio As to the general result of the Congres sional elections Shermansaid I havo soon such convulsions a dozen times or more bur they no permanent ef fect J do not regard the present situation withapprehension The country will bo next year arid better able to pass upon tho issues The MoKiuley bill is a ineasure that Is greatly It really reduces taxation and while it increases the duty in sonio instances its general effect in greatly to reduce the amount collected from cus toms I thinlc it will be founfl to bo bene ficial to the country and when find it out as they are likely to do before the next Congress is chosen and tbe next President elected they will cast their votes In speakinu of the political changes in of the States tbo Senator pave his opinion with accustomed frankness be said is Republican although it did not Delamaler It was a fight between tho political bosses Quay and Magce la the West we political bosses Yon seem partial to tbemin tho but out in the West a would set himself tips for a boss would be knocked out1 In relereneeto the other States particu oftheWest said the fanners had become impressed mightily that theyhad been badly treated and un equal burdens in the way of taxation thrust uppn which ho regarded as the cause Democratic success in some of them This was particularly true Kansas whore tbe Farmers Alliance such a triumph However be remembered that tho farmers there are mainly Republicans and bohad no idea that Senator lugalls would be succeeded by a Democrat BOSS GORMAN TALKS Tlie Con Betwee n By ii u m of In NEW San Francisco Chronicte liferX Washington corTOSpondent Although jthe Kepreson tatives terdav willnot take their seats for thirteen montbij Ithe icon test for ghi with weeks hence The candidates will be plcn tif iil in vnumber incluue every wouldbe leader present Mr Crisp of Oreary6i Mills TexasV1 didateii from jwjll be of Democrats w buld control Vrtbe nextHouse M f or tnej Spea He p u n recordisexcel3ent vHeIbas not political l i e out ofi dus If the Demociats Are Cautious They May Win Gorman in an Interview today said the victory of the Democrats was the expression of the people against radical measures such bad been during this Con gress The askedif be thought victory would be lasting and if it would give tbe Democrats the next President ftrdepends upon their If they are cautious and they may expect a long lease Senator explanation of there sult of the election said an and the friends tariff Vero inactive while those on the other side with all their1 he said got what they wbentheMcKlnley billpassed and did notcareI it The resuit might diifereat if the pas sage of tbe bill had no ir been delayed u ntil just before election An artificial iu crease in prices niade in some commodities reason alsobad an BY INFAMOUS METHODS Democratic Knavery ia the South and Boodle iii Dispatch SahFrancisco Chrdnfcle As fuller returns are received f rorathe Congressional eloctipns it is seen that eryt tu stea lln g seats in th e Sou cou pied with boodle in the1 Nortbi has V known two c ap t n f am 6 u s gefry stilLgreaterVmiraber by the tweutyfoiirinl this House st Jover ei gbtyDempcrats in The sj au gh teriijJj as been Vterriblex secession lenders whose acts in lending the Southern States in robollion made an extra session of Conpnfts necessary in lfi51 now say that if tbe proclainatioti convening an extra session shall be issnou word will passed along the Democratic line tho Democratic Congressmen not to como to Washington and that only enoush will to carry out the lilibusterincr policy aud to make it certain tlmt no legislation shall be exacted except by a Republican quorum Tbe threat is not an idle one lu view of tbe history disloyalty of the Southern leaders wo aro now in absolute command of ibe Democratic party Senator Quays Comments PITTSBURO Nov Quay passed through tbo city last night on his way to Florida In reply to the query To what do you attribute the result of tho election ho said To tbe lack of votes It looks to me as though the best thing to do just now is work The returns indicate that Uie farm ers and laboring men bad dono the business for ue in this An Estimate on the House CHICAGO Nov Daily News Inde pendent makes a foreciisc of the makeup of the Fiftysecond Congress Counting the Farmers Alliance men with tbe Democrats it shows a total of 90 Republicans and 233 Democrats Democratic majority 134 The Thunderer Stuck on Grover LONDON Nov Times commenting upon the results of the election in tho United States says It will not be easy for the Democrats to find a more able Presi dential candidate than Mr A KANSAS CITY MURDER A Cattle Dealer Was Too Attentive to Another Mans Wife KANSAS CITY Nov A G rover a well known cattle dealer was shot and fatallywounded this afternoon by Charles New York traveling salesman at the Hotel Andre Grever had paid consid erable attention to Mrs Clifford and her husbandsuspected thoir relations werenot entirely Innocent This afternoon he saw Grover enter his apartments and going up tried to get into the room The door was locked and on trying it be hoard a scuffle acd then the key When be rushed into the room Mrs Clifford explained that Grever had made insulting propositions to bor CHlfordv thereupon drew a revolver and shot Grever v Grever his statement said be went to the hotel to see Mrs Ball the landlady to board out and asked him In bedroom sayiup that sho would get Mrs Ball bad talked for a few min utes Clifford pimped in and ordered him to throw up his hands to walk out when Clifford shot him lieclaimsit was a blackmailing scheme A DEMOCRAT KILLED A Political Feud Causes the Death of a Missourian SEDAMA Nov Thomas B Price president of tho Com pany this city one of the best knownmen in Missouri was aliot and mortally wounded this afternoon by Judge John County Court Judge ntpglns was a candidate for reriomjnatipn before tbe ocratlo County Convention and wasdefeated by Sincethenthereihas been bitter feeling The two men were in business today and took tho their homes what trouble la nob known but they a quarrel and Higgins shot Price gave himself up to tlie authorities at the Sheriffbere received a message summoning after the once as fears lynch ing are entertained Price was a grandson of tbe Sterling Price Confederatefame and a tlie late General Thomas represented district in Congress Congressman Price of Louisiana is bii OUH MINISTER SNDBBED Got But He an Irishman and WASHJNOTON Interesting di plomatic story reaches hero through BlCom moctoof The United States that country is Patrick Egan the wcilknown Itlsh Land Leaguer of LincolnlJSfcb of September President of the Republic gave a re ception to the1 members of tho diplomatic corps and other distinguished gentlemen Among guests were Egan and a Mr Thompson ropresentauive in Valparaiso bt the London Times During the course of the extiiiing one of the attaches of the Chilian rMr Egan to tbo The latter declined to accept tbo intrpductipn Colored with confusion the gentleman who bad made tlie introduction be an apology to the American Minister seemed to view the matter with amiable tndlllerenco politely responded nothing for A gentleman should rae an3 a blackguard BARTTfLOH DEATH Stanley Relates the Circnrasfenees of the Affair THE MAJOR BEAT A NATIVE WOMAR And Was Shot Dead by Her Natives Treated With New York American Tour YORK Nov 6 PIIIBTJST Sail Francisco Chronicle Scries Stanley comes to this country to complete tholectur ing tour which was iutcrruptod bj his unex pected call to the dark continent threo years ago His aid comes to assist bjs chief in a general way jiud also io push forward tho sale of his work Tho tour of Stanley will take in the principal cities of United States and he will dwell on every interesting subject of his recent successful trips through the wilds of Tho proceeds of the first public will be devoted to tho Summit Convalescent Home at Summit N T It will bo delivered at Metropolitan Opera House Tuesday evening Stanley will choose rescue of Emin Pasha tho forest pigmies and the march across Africa the mibjoot for thli lecture which will also bo made the occa sion of a formal welcome and reception to the celebrated traveler Tho reception committee will number over 300 Among thorn will be exPreiddenfc Cleveland Hill Vice President Gonortl Daniel E Sickles Cyrus W Cornelius Van derbllt Samuel Sloao John Sloan Ohaunoey M Depew Williara E Dodge General Sker man and Jcsso GUARD CONTROVERSY NEW YORK Nov 8 Associated 11 M Stanley arrived on tho steamer Teutonic this morningand was mot by Pond with party Stanley was asked to say aoifiothinR nbouk the rear guard troubles and tho IJondon papers have taken Mr departure v from England do not wish to say much abodt it aud not rend the London r oaroiully enough to express an opinion I objoot to stirring tlio mutter up nnlosu I am forced to do it the rear guard signed day by tho office of Barttelot Burro orKingston whilcin camp v the oiflcfal reports of tho officers I am justified by alMnimy censure of the rear guard which was caaBOof the attack upon In the In anoiihcr diariM and Lieutenant Troupsbook Stanley re peated what has boon aaiu as to the condition of tho rear guard when here 7 turnedvfrom buya he at v to Comniittee tellltiK tbem that tbe rear col the neglocfc of UR offi cers and thofr to the of the expedition Referring to Troup Stanley KOtjtq Zanzibarone of thing found was a r long letter ff romSTroup yio f lehtly abusing 1 Stanley bccaiiie it pononal intetTiew were Lfoiind to bimmysBlf the principal one being why be and others preferred to remain starve at buya jnfiteiid of naovintr on why they Rtnid until L of their mendied from diieaisa or had L benn killetl I never could get a i7iswtr fromBpnney to get one from Troiip I another letter fromliimand mis that would it I would JislHt iisitconiHSned many unfit H wan BO obstintie thathe would not revise it and it back should publish ii 1 did not Then Troup wrote letter that If would be prepared to meet nuon roeanureB aa iniglifKcc lit roemploy1 vindicate I V wrote him saying thatif he thoMght be wai mV COTTHELitiS CAREER ENpED The Cedar Keys Terror Shot Bead by an Officer The aensa career of Veilliain W Cpttrel who acqu ired notoriety a few months ago by his Mayor of Ccd ar ReyS Florida ended bore today wi Lh a load of in the of Chlnrof Police Gerald vCottrell bad been severaldays drinkirig freely andi his style Xast night he was arrested for disorderlyvcpnduct and wbeo released on baiii left the Gerald The to a man whbhshot on was on his Xhis ujrniiig Cottrell sent him a challenge this the Chief paid attcnt 11 oclock 1 rode up With a frteJid could do so have been V6iHng Wards Hcoount which mote tlmn have tho log book thtt ofliccrs evidence bcxk of itself would prbysthuti 1 WHS justified inmy ofT the rear f which was very mild in Am Itroing I r I think It letter to or untiM have read Troups Bonnicy could reliftvo tbis criticism by writing a plain Simple story of how Mitjor killed how these diied bow U rear grandly equipped before sUrtijig rot Stanley this evening receivedaevcral porters bis hotel and talked at solo cause of his death Stanley the Majors violent Kef r reached camp from Nyanxabe bad trouble with one ofthe Arab chief boat the ArabJ n a i itlcld i Early on the morn Ing ot July Iflth be awakened by loud singing i of drums BeinB In it African custom in u ting the rising he said with an that ho tbe person tositop nofsc went Near the chiefs but WRB drurnmlnjcThe x wifepf com in and her paid Bartteiotj tbien kicked her v Her buiband the chief took v killed Barttelot On v y From siien S Stanley said that it appeared that very tovthe v Heuhad habit ofrid icullogtbem provoked 1 doixt rely oaBonmey the and the nativechieta went mutter The very log book of i signed by Jameiou Bounty and Ward wi dmolvone long liutMlot to enter was shpt he started Jerald surr6fidfiftd to the zens i Sheriff the UrOltV Jl y lumber day in tbevGountyrClerksjpfflce against LiUy ioanedi lnBirminfhani his own atteijdant a the tuiuriesifjnflicted meat because bttBgeCand soon as tbe man He taii Stan ley say is Bon nef told him onl jr a ti m e ago tb at balf boirpri vthat hie re Trou the NablMMl Air Adnlteir IiniiehBaprW rented fcl ;