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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah Part First YOL 257 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1S90 Pages 1 to8 PEICE FIVE CENTS THEY ALL WANT A SLICE AFRAID OF MATRIMONY of the fie lo lo Around THE REPRISAL SCHEME ABANDONED And tTio American Will Tolstois Sonata CAUHCS a Breach of Promise Suit OTTAWA Sept San Francisco Chronicle Series Harrison from Roderick McRen for breach of promise He is a Scotchman and has been engaged to Miss Harrison for more Mian years Three weeks ago ho carne to Toronto for tho pur pose of making arrangements for the wed dhig which was to have been on Saturday last Every thing went on harmoniously till Monday Uir when Mackenzie packed a grip and left the house Me sent a telegram from Walkervillc telling Miss Harrison to stop all for the Franco and oi This was followed by a letter in which hrokc off tho ongngomcnt the Tipperary Trials Spanish j exprossod for his conduct de plored Miss Harrisons On tho Frontier rope The News ol JJu J f Sept by Now New York Associated Informa tion received from the Gorman Embassy In Paris the French Minister of Foreign Affairs has agreed with Whllelaw Hold American Minister for a ar rangement helwcen Knmcc and the United has summarily sell led the project of the AustroHungarian Inrnc Minister for reprisals against the Stales In retaliation for the McKIii Hy tarllT blU Kruporor William never on Iurtfiinoi tbe idea of reprisals t Von Oaprivi has had a confcr with Hrrr Miguel and has accepted bis 8ebiine JiwMun the cost of Jiving to by higher un the monlod a principle Involving an early re open In1 of murket American pork The oflloUil impression bore that Minister Ibelpss ovurtures for a nottlo renewed backedby Homo otsy concessions on jcniuui to Ibu United will find a ready response from the Chancellor from Vienna indicatethat Uio Austrian Government also accepts tbo principle of reciprocity Count Kalnoky instructing the Austrian Minister at Wash ington to make representations In ter uf pearl and other Austrian Industries directed by the McKinley bill with a view to tiio negotiation of a treaty llftvr financial statements havo also a decided Influence on military re forms and led to the retirement of General from tho War Ministry and tbo prorterod resignation of Count Von WaUler KCO both of whom urged Emperor William k adopt Scharnharbts plan for a reorgun jxation of tbo Jinny involving a heavy iri In tbo war budget Despite tho llopuLiirlty of Schurnharsts scbemo In mili jnry circles the Chancellor has thrown tbo Whole of bis influence against adding to the war budget Preparations against tho manifestations on October 1st1 are1 equal to the contingen cies of a civil war Tbe Socialists ridicule tbo expectation of outbreak knowing tbo tbe arrangements Ulsmarek has stated to several members ofthe his Intention to attend all iloblitws on questions of National im portance Ureslatier In un Interview with tbo ox thanccllor nmdo him say that he Is still VifcPrenidorit of tbo Staats Diet Senilolllclul conununlcahloris tiio press anirm that the ofllco in question was hold by virtue of his otTleial functions and that ii ceased on the day lib1 resignation from tbe Chancellory was accepted forlorn condition ind wound up by laying the blame on Tols tois Kreutxer Sonata for bis sudden change of heart On Friday returned to tho city and going lo tho Harrison house demanded bis trunk This request was refused and Mackenzie had a lawyers letter sent to his llanwo saying that If the trunk was nutdo livered forthwith action would bu taken Tbo trunk however was held tilla writ could ho issued against Mackenzie and an order for his arrest mudo out Ib was re ported that a sottlernent would bo arrived Jit but no ad vances were made to tho plain tilts lawyers yesterday GHASTLY DISCOVERY AND A DYIXG IVIAN JtOX CAIt A 1rolmbly n Double Suloido of Two Men Who Tlioir Ono Gun Sliot Itoth THE TIPPKHAilV The Nationalists Kcview tho Objoc tionn lo Shnanon Sept was no abate ment In the Interest In the trial of tlio Na tionalist leaders at Tipperary The Impres sion IK thai the Government Is trying to prolong the trial It was the d OH Ire of tbo Grown prosecutor this morning that tho eases be tried separately To this tbe de fondants objected The magis trates at last yielded uiul decided in favor of n collective bearing The Crown prose cutor Ronan submitted with very bnd grace and declared that he bowed to the decision because be must Ilo said ho would refrain from expressing any opinion of Its fairness Tbe Nationalists wero elated at sec ring this point A sensational feature of tbe morning was n renewed attack by tho defendants on Magistrate Shannon After their protests Against Shannon were disregarded on Wed nesday theydecided to bring objec tions In a more formal way They pro pared a statement of reasons n the form of an affidavit to which each defendant afllxod his signature This joint allidavit tbo de fendants look Into eoiiit this morning and uttemptod to present It tho Uonch Tbe magistrates who bad received no inMtnatlon of the defendants purpose wero taken completely by surprise As soon as they understood the nature of the docu inenttboy peromtovlly declined to receive it Instantly Konan was on his feet denounc ing tho action of defendants It wasdUll cult he declared to ilnrt language strong enough fittingly to It The document thoy sought to present wan an infamous libel on Shannon Shannon him self pronounced the atlidavlt an attempt to make scandat of This expres sion was greeted by defendants with roars hilarious laughter i When tlm preliminary matters were dis posed of andtime came fortaking testi jtwniy it wasfound that the two defendants were not In the courtroom A short recess lakoii to give tUoo for the absent ones to be summoned A Duelist Very Sick San Francisco CtttvnMc editor oC and author of Fiitaros stories respecting General Bou Innger received a wound over his heart during n3 recent duels At tho time hrt considered tbo wound trifling and little attention was paW to it Ho Is now confined to bis bed with a heavy fever tbo the wound arid It is feared perl7 ton i Us will set Incausing bis death Ho was the mini who tbo other day was intcr viewod nt great length on duelling and spokein HM praise Sopfc to TIMUUNK Union Iacific boxcar loaded tics contained a dead body arid a dylriK nnin tbo extra freight reached Cboyontu shortly after noon today Tho corpse was taken to tho worRiio and tho body containing life to Uio hospital whore It WIH soon learned that a bullet In tho brain would allow him to live but a short time Tho now received attention Surgeons found that a shot had also been firyd Into the right lomplo of tho dead man A smalt rovolvnr with two chambers empty was found near tbe corpse Loiters told thai tho man who still llvet was lioss of St Joseph Mo Tho only mark of Iclontlllcatlon about the corps was tho name W B Emorson on tho flu of a whlLo shirt IMsliba ugh was poorlj clad while Emerson had boon well drossc and had a nickclsi and a pair of smal diatnond shirtstuds In his pockets Th latter was about 20 yoars old and bis com panion two years older Tbo find WHS mado thirty miles east o this place by a brakenmn who heard Fish The crew entered the ca and found tbo suffering man between tlu side doors lying on his back uncousclou and bloody At one end whore the tie woro piled to within a foot of tho roof was I ho Inanhnaio form of Emerson Ho hac been dead loss than an hour The plsto was at Flshbaugb loft St Joe on or after tho 22m and had been at least three years as an employee of grain commlssioi firms having snvoral attesting gooc Ihuraclor and ability lie had a receipt fo a valise consigned at St Too for Denver The car In which Mie boys were beating tholr way left Council Hinds Septumboi 2llh They are supposed to havo caterer It at Klinball fifty miles oast ot whore tbo brakernan mado the At prfsenlvery little ollort is being made by the ollieors to nolvo the mystery It was not a double murder for the two men havo been seen together several Kast of Omaha and held aloof from gangs of tramps It was ssoiiiuoly a double suicide because there was hut ono weapon Tboro is hut one other theory of consideration that thoy sat in tho center of the car they booamo iiuolvod In a tiuarrcl and Kmerson shofc Fisbbaugh then he crawled above and turned tbe weapon on himself Perhaps they decided that life wasnt tho living any longer and agreed to end their careers Flshbaugh taking the Initiative Specula tion Including a third party Is unreasonable on account of of tho wounds Both within an inch of the right temple Both faces are powder burned With Emerson tbe flesh is sec relied The men must have ridden In the center of tho car as lodging In tbo other part would have been very uncomfortable Their now shoos wero near 1 door and there wero signs that they had sat there and smoked Emerson If this bo the dead mans name is a person whet has no ver labored and Avho was careful of his appearance It is ex pected that Information from St Too will throw light on tbo startling mystery is dead Tie did not become conscious They havo good people at St and tho bodies will be sent there OUR DESPERATE DELEGATE He Realizes That a Vindication Is Ifet Ic Needs A PAYSON SCKAP A AMD AGAIN TROTS OUT THE MANIFESTO Tlic Struble Bill TTill Probably Be Passed at the Short House Postmaster His Notes tTREAU 1 cet V 27 1800 CANADA xVND HOMJB liULE Four Hundred Ilussians ViKiSNA Sept 27 Polish assort that during tho recent maneuvers of tho Kussian tvrmy at Korno Kresnostaw a bridge cilifipsed and 400 soldiers belonging to tho Sultauun regiment which was croacilixg the bridge at tho time woro drowned The papers sta to that among those who lost their lives Beardowsky Thera Is no oulclal confirmation of tho report A German Flag Torn Down RKRLtx September 27 Tho Hanover nys that when Thompson an official of tha British East African Company took of Vita down and trampied under foot tho German flag and iruvG the natives a portrait of Emperor William to uso as a target Spanish Troops to the Frontier MAimrD Sept It Is reported that the Spanish Government is placing a cordon of troops ttlong the frontier of Portugal in con setjuonce af apprehensions of a revolution In tliat country The Butcli Kinds Condition Tin i King of Hoi suffered a relapse yesterday His con Is be Is unable Geneiral l 61 paralysis Tho Dominions Attitude Toward Ireland uiul the Mother Country OTTAWA Sept Dis IVnnoisoo Chronicle Ttio Karl and Oountoss of Aberdeen arrived hero today and on Monday they start for tho Pacific cojist One of tho inalu objects of his Lordships visit to Canada appears to bo tho studying of public affairs of the country and tho general fcoljnp of the peo plo toward tho mother As ox Viceroy of Ireland ho is giving a special study to the fooling in 1ro lund and tho homo rulo movement He doos not hesitate to say that ho deprecates tho Jirrest of Dillon and OBrien as likely to ixritato ami intensify tho bitter which has boon fostered by coercion and co evcivo llcnvcvov it would inthe end help tin ciiuseof Ireland rule Thp fact tifat so mild uiodcrato and cau tious a manas Morloy M gave tho recent demonstration at Tlppcrary was very significant anil tended to conlirm tho policy of tho administration ofMr Gladstone Earl Was anxious to learn tho drift of public opinion in wit b opposedto tho homo ruloniqvemont and also as to tho reception Dillon and OBriou would likely receive If tho visit toCanada wastcar llo thought that tho feeling of hostility to remaining iindpr the British Jflag now turned pniiKratloti toward tho United States instead of Ounada would terminated if homo rulo were se curedfor Ireland To Colonizio Govprnmont has granted to the AmerioanrlHpnduras Com pany of Ohieago a trnot of Viand twice as its lihodo of ooast il Ino A part of the fropictvl Fruit and Gbnoral Triifao Com LAKF TRnuiNK 17 Fourteenth 81 rcet D Sept The report of the bill lo uschcat the funds of the Mormon Church now in the hands of Uio Federal Courts which came In last tiight stimulated Tohn T Caino to send a printed circular to every member of Congress calling their attention to Wood ruffs declaration regarding tho practice of polygamy in Utah Every correspondent and a number of prominent men in Wash ington who would bosupposed to have influ ence upon Coiigress were also served with a opy of tho document Mr Calno seems to bo peculiarly and par ticularly agitated over tho Utah Commis sionreport which ho feels is a very serious attack upon tbo professions which ho has boon making that the Church has frowned down upon polygamy and that the practice of that doctrine has ooasocl in Utah Thereis every probability that early in tho session tlio bill to provide for the transfer of the Church funds to the school fund of the Territory of Utah will pass the House Also that the Cullom and Struble PisfranohiscTiujnt bill will bo enacted Meantime the Church is directing Its atten tion vigorously towards Idaho Delegate Dubois Isqulto popularly considered as a mover in the legislation against polygamy ind no effort will bo spared which can tend lo defeat him for the Senatorship Nothing that Church influence or Church money can do will boleft undone in this direction and it is highly Important that tho loyal of Idaho should understand tho menace which threatens them In this direction THE POSTMASTERS PERQUISITE Comrnltreo on Accounts today began mi investigation into the charges preferred against of tho Mouse Ho admitted that ho let a contract to Uul bortaoii for carrying the mails ofthe House to the postoflice at per year beginning December 1ist Culbertsoii was to givu him Wheat per month out of it and he did KO till a discharged employee told of it and it got into the newspapers Then ho con cluded that the contract violation of tho law andwanted to give tho money back to Culbortson but was told that it belonged to tho Government so he had deposited it at the Treasury and stopped from Culbertson He had consulted the Clerk of the and tho Spoalccr about the The contract was afterwards taken from Qulbert soii and rolot at Contractor Culbcrtspnsald he carried tho mail for Dalton tho former postmaster for six years prior to December He received us compensation SfiOOO a year and had not madosimilar previous payments of a month to tho postmaster Ho said Wheat asked him at first forS200 per Wit ness a counter proposition to give him and this hosaid would require hirn to do the work af starvation prices Wit ness said one day when It appeared that an investigation was probable Wheatsson camo to him and sought to have tho STriO turned over temporarily to a third person but this was not done Wheat in his testimony had declared that ho know of no1 such arrangements In reply to a member of tho committee Culbortson said he was a fatherinlaw of Dalton tho former postmaster PAN IfUANClRCOS POPULATION The census enumeration of San Francisco Is un increase of San Joso an increase of Secretary Noble today notified the Ore gon delegation In Congress that on Monday hear what they might desire to say relative to a census recount of that State AN ABANDOiNEn RESHttVATION Tho Secretary of War has directed tho abandonment of Fort Roberts reservation Washington and its transfer to the Interior Department fordisposition under the law A1 SQUAUB OHDURKD The Secretary of the Interior has issued an order that such action bo taken by all olTIeers and employees of the Pension Bureau is will preference oC any claim in time of eitherhearing and adjust ment NOMINATIONSCONFIRMED Tho Senateconfirmed tho following noml latlons 0 F Biml Grubb of Now Jersey Minister to Spain Edwin n Conger Iowa Minister to Uraxil Fremont Wood United States District Attorney for Idaho Judges Francis L Dag Washington county Chailos Footo uab county Hector W H slight Davis ounty Charles A county Jacob Tohuson loiuy Shields Summit on Wasatch county Sovior county Isaac A Beers agent at Hooper Valley Badly AimedItock Cznshes a Policemans Skull PAVSOX Sept to A terrible accident happened here this evening at Bob Caldwell had been on a spree all day running the town and everybody seemed afraid of him Wild woolly and hard to curry described Cald wells condition This evening ho hada scrap with Heb Wilson hi the Gem saloon June Potter the barkeeper pur thorn out and Ed Harper a policeman undertook to arrest Caldwell who resisted ling Jim Wilson wishing to aid Harper threw a big rock at Caldwell who was missed tho rock striking the terrific blow over the right temple ing tho skull and cutting1 a inches long Harper fell and Caldweil made his escape with several him Up to the present time they havo not caught iiiin Tho town Is terribly excited Sheriff Fowler camo in a fow after the trouble and with several men are now out hunting Policeman IJarper was taken toShores drug store whcro Dr Shores dressed tho wound which fatal Ho is suffering from concussion of the brain and is senseless Caldwell is a bad man and is the fellow who was sotonccd by Judge Blackburn last spring to three months in tho pen for mayhem the party ou whom tho crime was committed being Jim Wilson who accidentally struck Harper As Cald well hud been chasing Wilson the latter was considerably excited when tho rock After serving out his sentence Caldwell returned home and iu a fewweeks was married About an hour after the trouble were seen running across tho street near the Com saloon Tlfo rnan behind fired in the air For a few minutes excitement was intense WMson is greatly distressed There is no blame attached to At p in the doctor says Harpers recovr cry is doubtful IN A BURNING CAB T WILL THE LAW The House Adopts the Tariff Con THREE REPUBLICDMS VOTE AGAINST IT HIS LIFE STAKE McKinley Closes the Debate With a Splendid Speech A Resolution Adopted for the Adjournment o Seriate Proceedings A Young IJudys Narrow Escape on an Eleotiic Road MERiDEy Sept Dis Francisco Cliruniclc accident of a kind unprecedented happened shortly jiitor the whistle liad signaled the hour of noon The car of the electric street railway became short circuited while pro ceeding up the East Main street hill and commenced to burn The car was filled with passengers at the time In the car were a number of girls on their way from school and in a moment there was a panic and their screams as theytried to escape from the oar could be beard several blocks One of the doors1 became fastened and could not Some of thegirls managed to escape by of line1 windows but one a not so fortunate She was too stout to make her exit in this unconventional way the door was tightly jammed she was nearly frantic The flames by time had Ruinedsuch the filled with her fate might have been a horrible one had iron mpnlderfroiu the seoiVhor predicarrieht and her rescue lie smashed tbe door to atomsand hauled the half snflocatod out of the burning car The fire department had been summoned and managed after a of work to extinguish the A NEW WASHINGTON Sept tho House McMillan withdrew his demand for a reading of the tariff conferencereport in view of the fact thai tho report was printed in the McKluloy said he understood tho Repub lican members desired more than ono hour for debate lie asked therefore that de continue live hours two to be given to the friends and three to the opponents of tho report McMillan protested against a limitation being put upon tho discussion biUsuggested if a limitation wero made the hour bo fixed at i oclock McKinley acquiesced in this suggestion and asked for consent for tho previous ques tion to bo ordered at that hour McMillan objected whereupon McKinley gave notice that he would demand the previous ques tion at McKinley explained the provisions of tho conferencereport Tn regard to binding twine he expressed the opinion that the duty wns too low but Indulged tho hope that some future Congress would apply a remedy Commenting upon tho reciprocity provision ho said Wft consented To tho reciprocity provision put into our bill by the provision perfectly well un derstood by both sides of tho House Wo haveaccepted theamendment known as the Aldriuli and indulged tho hope that in accordance with tho expecta tion and belief of so many distinguished men iU over the country this will enable to open up great fields for tho products of our farms i We accepted this amendment in the hope that such result would be fully Flower N this measure as acyclone bill The point of the bill wos to so arrange it that thcro should be no trade between the United States and for eign countries enable the manu facturers to combine and ficece the people while the farmers would fail tiud relief to the subject of binding twine Flower said while the gentleman would ex patiate in the West upon tho provision as in favor farmers of tho it would ruin workingmen in Now York and New England McMillan said tho bill as agreed toYiricreased by Si thetax paid by every Caucasian negro man woman and child land The reciprocity provision was a cowardly surrender of the highest preroga tive of the House The bill gave the Presi dent power uot exercised by tbe Czar of then made the closing speech Jnadvocacy of the bill The committee had so discriminated in the adjustment of the tariff as togive protection to our people defense to our industries arid compensation The Sab hath Brings No Peace to Reginald Bnrchell WOODSTOCK Sept Rurchell was continued today Tho prisoner siill retains the utmost composure Pr Mcanns took the stand as a witness for the defense and gave export testimony concern ing the wounds He was of the opinion that a body falling forward dead striking upon an surface would not iniliel such wouuds as were found on Ho thought they must have been received at least twentyfour hours before death con sideriug their appearance Dr Kichardson of Toronto professor of Anatomy in tho University medical school was next export witness After considerable discussion as to tho matter of bruises the evuieneo was proceeded with Norman McQueen testified that he saw Hurchcll in Woodstock oti Feb ruary 17th He remembored tho date particularly and gave as a reason that he had known Rurchell for some time After anotherwitness was ex Blaokstock said tho case for the prisoner was concluded except two or throe witnesses This evi dence would be produced on Monday Judge McMahon said the cnso must go to tho jury Monday evening and aftor some discussion it was decided tluu tho evidence should bo considered closed now Tbe Judjfo told tho jury that he wanted thorn not reach any opinion until they had heard tho case presented by counsel and himself Hnrebel 1 showed somo signs of nervousness and excitement today and is evidently weakening IE WEHT DOWN Slavin Founded and Slugged Until His Arm Grew Weary MAULIFFE WAS COVERED WITH 80BE Tho Wary San Franciscans Placed Their 3Ioncy on Sul livan Interviewed Australian Featherweight Knooked Out Races and Baseball Sports A LIFECONG DEMOCRAT ASSAIL HIS PARTYS RECORD Jndfirc Standrod Kxpla5ns Why Every Loyal Should Vote tho Repub G units Able Speech The Manitoba AVill Have the Short estLine to the Coast CHICAGO Sept Francisco Chronicle was definitely thatthei Great Northern Manitoba road would have tits raciflc Coast lino in operation within a year It will cross the Union Northern Pacific coads in Washington and stop all its Pacific Coast connections Its Pacific Coast terminal will bo Port land with branches to that city As surveyed it will ho by 250 miles the shortest route from tho Pacific to St Paul and it is claimed will pass through a more fertile country than either tlio North ern Pacific or Canadian Ru mors are also current that it will buy or make an exclusive traffic arrangement with some Chicago road The Chicago St Paul and Kansas City is tho only eligible road open to such an alliance and President Egiui today denied that any such dealwas being considered He added however in relation to his line that it lines in Kansas City before January 1st and would then secure its share of traffic Flo said his line would have been in Kansas City before now except that it was abso lutely impossible to buy steel rails A HIGHPRICED Hermann Tooelo San Pete county county B S Wat Lewis B Kinney i n the various tliiii 66unlryboginiilus next January THE FKBIGHT BLOCKADE the Overdue Salt Ijake Freight at Siwitch Yards DENVER Sept to situation tho switchmens strike has changed somewhat since yesterday The Union Pacifia management is getting the yard condition day by day Yes terday It reported that Mr Sweeney would be bore today but this morning it was stated that he1 had not come and will not at present One statement was to the otVcct that in sympathy with the switchmeniri this movement though noth ing has been prod need to proye that hehas made any such The company lire working aforce of sixty new men with fifteen engines andexpect to have the by Monday They have found cars destined for Salt Lake points east of there which have been inthtkyaids for month Boy Discharged special from Braddock a notice was posted today EdgarThompson SteelWorks tliat 16 years of ago will be is Idea of Andrew Carnegie whoVh as alwaysbeen op posed to affect many on their sous for support over 100 at been discharged in ftccbrdauce The Rise in Califonmi Senatorships Attracts Attention NEAV Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Series Herald this morning editorially says editorof that intrepid news paper the San Francisco Chronicle denies that ho is a candidates for the Senate np says that ho runs a op posed to the reelection of LelnndStanford because tlxo present Senator is a mental moral and physical Furthermore according to Do Young it costs aSenator to be elected from amount he will not spend even Jlor so high an honor We do not enter into tho reasons govern ing the opposition of Do reelection of Stanford That is a1 local of tho people of Oalifornians a wreck to represent them a bo it then but tba assertion that a seat in the Senate costs con cerns tlio Mr De Youngshould lay he possesses on this subject before the THE MASK OF1 Another of Longiellovvs der the Ban of Brooklyn NETT Yonic Sept Oironiclc Gallagher principal of thetraining sbjiool in was quoted as otie of those who objected to the use jOfvatext book containing Longfellows The Build ing of the Ship in tbe he lias no tbau Longfellows TheMask Pandora which is This ought not to be placed be fore the children John Board of says ground lie didagainst The Ship because of the certain passages and plained the exjplanations u u n ecess ary bu ei pri nc f p al insis tfedr jia n ho submittedto tho entered an objection to v Dodli ttle was broken bis beadcut to make up the difference between the prices paid liibor in Europe andin States fbr it ww the pride of the country paid more and better wages to its than were paid anywhere else on the face of Gods earth and it was enabled to do it because tlic Republican party and the old Whig party before given its it would impose a tariff on products that came In competition with our labor our own soil pur own crops fu ture alono would vindicate or condemn thisbill The words of tho gentleman from Tennessee or any other gentleman Vereonly tho words ofthe of England or the prcss of other countries On this question in opposition to this bill Great and the Democratic party were in alliance The gentle men on the other side had said the bill would not increase tho demand for a single grctin of wheat bushel of corn or pound of moat They forget that when the bill be came a law and the new Industry of manu facturing our tin is established employment will be furnished a number of men which mean support of people and these people would be now con sumers and thereby create a demand for the products of the farmers of the West they began making tinplate in St Louis in anticipation of the bill in a belief that it was to pass Men were ready to invest money in this enterprise and in slcnd of paying fifteen or twenty millions to the other side for our tin wo propose to makeit at home This bill if it become a put upon tho frco list onehalf of all tho products which the United States of which was never known inany bill passed by the Congress of the United States The other side tax the people of this country to make an income for the Government The1 Republican party would tax the products of other people seeking markets in the States question was nays70 The conference report was then agreed Lr2 the Speaker voting iu the affirmative nays 81 The only devi ations from a strict vote were Cald well Featherstone and Kelley who voted1 with the Democrats in the negative McKinley then reported from Com rnitteo on Ways and Means a resolution providing for final adjournment on Tuesday next It was adopted without and the House adjourned Senate WASHINGTON Sept the Senate Morgan introduced a bill referred to Com Public Lands to forfeit lands granted to the Northern Pacific for a por tion of its lino between Bismarck N and Waliula Ore lie also asked that lobbyists who have been here on behalf of the North ern Pacific be suspended from getting their fees He thought the best way todo that tho Senate and House to take up the sufyect of thatlund grant The Senate resumed consideration of the immigration contract labcr law the pend ing question being on Plumbs amendment yesterday providing that the act shall not to any musicians or orchestras The amendment to Hoarmoved an amendment that it should not apply to objected He might as well let the bill go have it picked all to was agreed to and tho billwent over without action Senato bill establish a United States land court was recommitted Committee on Private Land Claims V bill for ofthe laborers and mechanics under tho the Senate adjauyned POCATKLLO Sept to D W Standrod and Cap tain Tames Gunn addressed an immense jiudieneG the Opera House tonight in favor Republican ticket The meet ing was oneof the most interesting and en thusiasticyetbeld here and its effect will be felt at the polls next Wednesday Mr Standrod who had been bitterly as sailed by Jim ffawley at a Democratic t meeting Tuesday evening devoted tho greater part of his speech to answering his traducers generally and Mr llawley in par ticular Hetook the grounds that the at titude of tho Democratic party in Idaho was directly opposed to tho timehonored principles of that party In tho and that the attitude of tho party at largo was against the material interests of the people of this State and consequently that and all other Democrats were absolved from all obliga ions to vote with that party in tho test He beliavod thatin this crisis in the affairs of tho State the Republican party was better equipped to guard the peoples interests than its opponent Tho Democratic party is essentially in favor of Mormon ism an evil that he bad fought with all his energies for the last four The Republican party is against that evil The men ho had been associatedwith during that struggle were now nearly to aman working with the lie publican party while those who al ways been opposed to Mormon cUsfranchise ment are engaged in an effort to nullify all that been accomplished by the Re publican foes of Mormon supremacy in Idaho Hecouldnot consistently desert his friends in this struggle and hence he a with tho Republican party in this campaign Mr Standrod spoke with great feeling and closed with aperioration highly eulogistic Republican party and its grand achievements Ho was listened to with much attention and the telling blows that ho administered to his Democratic villiflers elicited hearty applause from his audience number of men who have lilways been recognized as Democrats Captain James Gunn candidate for State Senator from Alturas county who has been electrifying largo audiences all over the southern part ofthe followed Mr Standrod in a speech that for terseness of expression eloquence and convincing logic has notbeen excelled by any speaker who has preceded him After a few introductory remarks touching the relations State tho Govern ment and the citizen he advocated the Aus tralianballot system outlined a policy to be pursued relative to the irrigation of the arid lands ofthe State demanded and defended protection for the lead miner sketched the conditions under which lead in other countries and contrasted it with the conditions under which it Is produced in tho United States defended the policy of tlio Republican party on thesilver question and contrasted it with thobetrayalof thepeopleby the Dem ocratic party onthe same issue Captain Gunn spoke from the standpoint of a laboring iiiaan and his remarks were undoubtedly tho most effective that have been heard hero during tlio campaign He will asplendid representative In the Captain Gunn will hold another meeting here tomorrow afternoon tho cam paign end the excitement in Republicans grow enthusiastic and confident while tho Democrats grow de spondent and surly The registry lists of thisprecinct contain over SOO names about ono hundred of which are Mormons who it is nottry to vote If they LONDONSept Dispatch San Francisco ChroniJc fol lowing interesting description of tho second round of tho light was given by one of the Tho second round to Slavin alono Ho drew blood from lUcAuliffos left ear to start with aiui then started in to make things hot for him Ho pounded him ho slugged him ho drovo him around tho ring ho banged him on front of his head and back and then ho smote him where ho was sorest and downed him YieAulitVe struggled to his feet barely in time to desorvo tho ten seconds intermission for recovery allowed under tho Marquis o Quecnsberry rules When he got to his feet ho loaned against tho ropes iu a dazed man ner Slavin stood off and withheld his hand for several seconds Then MeAuliiTc mado hie efforts to put up his 1st and then Slavin was down upon him Ho knocked him to tho floor again and McAuliffo failed to rise within tho ten seconds permitted him After tho referees had given the fight to tho Australian McAuliffos lifted him up His gore running from his ear over his chest and two to ono was offered that ho would quit tho ring and open a sa loon MADDEN EXPIiAINS IT Ho His Man Would Have Won Had Not Been Beaten LONDOX Sept aslced tonight to explain his defeat McAuiilVo answered shaking his head sadly I dont account for it all except that Slavin was smart enough to put mo to sleep I have been fairly beaten theres tho end of Ill tell you how it spoke up Madden The light was a terrific ono from the very outset Both men wont for slugging for all they were worth and either man was liable to bo knocked out at any moment if ono of those terrific blows happened to strike the right place That unfortunately is what happened to my man If ho bad avoided Slavins blows on the jaw it is quite possible thatbo him self would have knocked Slavin out tho next moment case it is inconcoivj ablo that such terrific fighting could havo lasted more than a very few rounds Mad den McAulIfio fought in the second as he did in the Jirst be vould have out K Fox said no doubt Slavin is tha best man Fox is ready to back Sullivan against Slavin for A TailEnd Collision should attempt to violateJ tho law they will be promptly Eon Ered T Dubois spent the day here and will speak in Eagle Rock tonight Mr Joseph Piukhaim chairman of the Republi can State committee here Dnbbis will close the campaign here Tues day hight arid it is expected that Governor Shoup will here at that time OMAHA t A tailend collision occuifred between two near Cody pii the Northern seriously Bothlaen Siepiiiv ADemocratic Split Sept At a meet ing of Democratic voters of the District formerly rep resented bySarir Randall a passed endprsmgWaux and nominating him as the j independent Democratic candidate tOruir againstSfeAller nominated Thurs day by the regular district convention v Crushed by tt Wall Sept Late this afternoon of bouses in in Jpsepb Salvage wai crushed to death by the and Hungarian A Very Mild Kntertafnment LONDON Sept Evening papers make only tbe curtest crit isms upon the SlavmMcAiilIflclight The Si James says that nobody is any way the woisc for the fight unless it is thoso who large sums to share in the mild entertainment Tho Pali Mall Gazette says the spectators should not congratulate themselves on hav ng their moneys worth of punching Tba is a strange commentary upon tbo veeks of preparation tho vanquished boxer lad undergone Slaviu will retire from tha ring Detectives present at the fight have re Dprted to the authorities that perfect order was observed and tho rules of boxing bored to It Is not probable that the polica e any further action San Francisco Bets on Slavin FRANCISCO Sept tbe news of the SlavinMcAuliffe fight was received here last evening crowds were soon standing around the bulletin boards of news papers and congregated at tho prominent sporting resorts Some seemed to regard the news as unreliable but although Mc Anliffe would naturally appear to be a fa vorite in betting circles here owing to Ws being a San Francisco man there were a large number of sportine men in the city who wagered considerable amounts on Sla vin The betting was pretty evenly divided and considerable money ehatigedbands oa tho result ACTOR SULLIVAN TALKS He Has Quit the Ring and Wont Fight Slavin NfiwYomc Sept L Sail Ivan was seen today about tho SlavinMcAuliffe fight He tiid not wish lo express an opinion Ho never saw ivIcAuliffe put up his props never saw Slavin at thinks too tall to make a ifrstclass fighter Do you recognize Slavin as champ ionof the world asked the reporter By no means He lias only defeated a secondclassman Of he is a good man but it does not take an extragood1 one to best Will ynu make a match with Slavin No sir once forall Tli at is out of tho question I have adopted the theatrical profession and left pugilism behind BILLY MURPHY BESTED Young Griffo Finishes Him iioundS SAN FHANCISCO Sept vices from Sydney give an account of afightbetween Billy Murphy featherweight and young Griffo which tookplace before the Sydney Amateur GymnasiumClub for a purse of two Griffo twice knocked down in thefirst three rounds but wjicn they cameMiu ters Griffo administered severe puliishmect In the fifteenth round Griffo aggressive and by a welldfrectsd blow on the rendered Murphy the r end of Murphy his gloves arid gave the fight to Grifto ON ALL THE TRACKS The Latonia Clubs The Gravesend Sept fall meeting LatoiiiaJockey yearolds and mil won Catalpa second Flftaway 25 Twoyearroia fillies 6 ve aise Three cs sever el ji cut ;