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Highest of all AT The Arbitral leu IH1H* Venezue lan Dispute mi Aecoin Fact. Final Details Were Arranged by Cable on Monday Night, Lord Salisbury Accepting Proposition of Secretary Olucy. Tlw treaty fixes 60 years undisputed possej-sion a« the test of conclusive pre sumption of rightful occupation of the settled districts. THE COMMISSION QUITS. Majr TontlMie to 1'reptrc Evidence, Mot Will Formulate* o Decision. WASHINGTON, Nov. 11.—The meeting of the Venezuelan commission was of more than ordinary interest, on account of the significant statement of Lord Salisbury's speech, announcing that the boundary dispute was practically ended. All tho members of tho commission were present but Justice Brewer did not remain until the close of the meet ing. as he had to take his place in the supreme court to attend the Berliner patent cuae argument. During the early part of the meeting, the address of Lord Salisbury was generally dis cussed, and the papers containing the speech and comments upon it were read. An Official Statement. Before adjournment the commission authorized the following statement: "The statements of Lord Salisbury, as niKjrted in the morning papers, makes it probable that the boundary dispute now pending between Great Britain and Venezuela will be settled by arbitration at an early day. Under these circumstances, the commission, while continuing the de lilieratious in the preparation and orderly arrangement of many valuable maps, reports and documents which have been procured and used in the course of its labors, does not propose to forulate any decision for the present of the matters subject to its examination. It will continue its sessions from time to time, but with the hope and expecta tion that a friendly aud just settlement of all pending differences between the nations interested will make any final decision on its part unnecessary." ACCEPTS OUR PROPOSITION. Speech of Mtebary at the The in Leavening Strength.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report. the WAPUINOTON, NOV. 11.—The arbitra tion of the Venezuelan dispute is a set tled fact. All arrangements have been be:ii comjl'td, and all details of the arbitration treaty between the United States and Great Britain arranged. The final terms of the treaty of arbitration were arranged in this city Monday yight. The terms were cabled to London and have beerf ac cepted. The treaty covets Venezuela only and does not include» a| general treaty of arbitration of all future dis putes between the two great Knglish |Bpeaking nations. This treaty is to be arranged later by future negotiations. The Venezuelan arbitration commission will consist of five arbitrators, two to be named by the United States, twox by (ireat Britain, these four to select the fifth arbitrator. Venezuela will not be directly represented in the commission. Lord Mayor's UM«aet. LONDON, NOT. 11.—In replying to a toast at the lord mayor's banquet last night Lord Salisbury, British premier, said: "I thank Mr. Bayard for hia preseoo* here tonight and for bis joining in the historic meeting. By the few words he has uttered he has raised his own plane of observation so high above the mere level of party that, though con trary to our practice to make observa tions on the internal polities of other states, I may be permitted without im pertinence to congratulate him upoa the splendid pronouncement which the great people he represents has made in behalf of the principles which lie at the basis of all human society. "It is rather like pathos to turn from that matter to the not very important controversy which his country and ours have had during the recent months. I only do so for the purpone of expressing my belief that Caitrovmjr la at an £wl. II is often surprising by what very ob* vious arrangements great difficulties are solved, and in the continent which Columbus discovered the traditions of Columbus and the egg should be re versed. In the discussions we have had •with the United States on behalf of their friends in Venezuela, the questiou 1 Powder Absolutely PURE lu.s i I... lUi.t i .«• FiHM.f! I ,, ,, .. ,lt. Y*f 1:i.vv* iv -p\ ci tin»-e w l.o. j.jr.rr iioiM liMmvc pn. liud The r.glit liich attaches to S"-.t.ed establishment, that the. settled (l.stri-ij should l.e p\. luded iiom arbitration. Our dilMen ty tor n.uiy months has teen iind how to Dfflne th« Nettled Diltr.cta, and the Solution has come, I think, from the country Mr. iiayard repre sents, in the 8ugge!tion that we should treat the colonial empire just as we treat individuals that the same lapse of time which protects individuals in civic life from having their title ques tioned should also protect the English colony from having its title questioned and where that lapse of time could not be claimed, though there should be an examination of the title, yet all that equity demanded in consideration of Buch title should be granted. It is a very simple solution and I believe it is not using uuduiy sanguine woi-ds when 1 say that I believe it has iron^rht tho controversy to an end." The Knatern Qnettlon. In reference to the Eastern question, the premier said that England would not depart from t'^e plan of action which has been followed, but would act only in concert with the other pow ers.. He detr.ed that England would abandon Cyprus as a means of settling the policy toward Turk 'V. In his ad dress the premier also made guarded references to the election in America and to the revelations regarding Ger man diplomacy v\*ich have been the talk of Europe. A feature of the events of the day was the marked and unusual honor paid to Ambassador Bayard and the friendly spirit shown toward Amer ica. All the morning papers contain editorial reference to the Marquis of Salisbury's speech. ENGLISH PAPERS PLEASED. Borne Comments on the Kp-ech of I«r4 Hklletturjr at On Id Hall. LONDON, Nov. 11.—The United States ambassador, Mr. Thomas F. Bayard, in an interview with a representative of the Associated Press, expressed warm appreciation of the cordiality of his re ception at tho (iuild hail banquet, and incidentally expr«sscd the opinion that tlie United States law of 20 years pos session will prevail in the case of the settlers in Venezuelan disputed dis tricts. The afternoon papers are unanimous in expressing satisfaction over the Mar quis of Salisbury's announcement in his speeches at the Guild hall banbuet of the practical settlement of the Ven ezuelan difficulty. The Pall Mall Gazette says: "The presence of Mr. Bayard at the banquet gave additional enthusiasm to the sat isfaction with which it was received. The solution is in every way honprable, and will materially strengthen the ties between tho two nations The Globe says "The amicable and honorable settlement is creditable alike to the diplomacy of Great Britain and the United States." The Westminster Gazette says: "Both Secretary Olney and Lord Salis bury are entitled to say that they sacri ficed no principle for which they orig inally contended." According to the St. James Gazette "the question still remains as to who is to be the arbitrator. If it is the United States, the so-called settle covers a sur render, for the United States has been a party to the dispute, and is not qual ified to be its judge." Will Basque* Mark Hanoa. CLEVELAND, NOV. 11.—The Union ctab of this city is to tender Hon. M. A. Hanna a testimonial banquet that will be as elaborate as anything heretofore attempted in the city. The banquet will probably be held Nov. 14, and in all likelihood Major McKinley will at tead. Imptlw to 1—tor Jones. Hone, Ark., Nov. 11.—A public ie caption was tendered Senator lames K Jones at the opera house this place during the afternoon. The meeting was arranged for the purpose of allow ing the senator's friends and neighbors to show tfeeir appreciation of his work in tfce repent campaign, and freqn y point it was a great success. truth'* I—MM Majority. DKNVKB. Nov. 11.—Th» oflcial re turns show that the majority lor John F. Shafroth in the First coufg*essional district of Colorado is 64,273. This is the greatest majority ever given member of congress since the founda tiou of our governmeut. T« rieta lor JIMIM, COUJHAIXJ MHBISUS, Colo., Nour* II.— Two carload* of tourists from Salt Lake and a score of Denver people passed through thi* «ty en route to Mexico. The party was composed largely of prospectors and miuern. The exodus is 0m to cfce Hefaot im elee- CARTER COMES IN Montana Senator Says He Will Act With the Repub licans And Will Support tlie Dingley Tariff Bill Now Del'ore Congress. Senator Pettijrrew Also Makes a Statement as to His Position. WASHINGTON. NOV. The senator said that he would ren der McKinley every aid possible for him to demonstrate that the tariff was what ailed the country, but wanted to put himself on record by saying that he would resist every section of a tariff bill that provided for tariff on any article controlled by a trust. This created a sensation, and the demonstra tion that followed was tremendous. The senator received a great reception at the close of his speech. COXEY'S PLATFORM. The Noted Commonweal Promoter Bounces a Het of Principle*. Coxey ha£ called a conference of all friends of the imtiative and referren dum, and advocates of the above prin ciples of government. He believes that national banks should loan money to the people at cost, and this principle, he says, will be incorporated in a plat form to be adopted in the parlors of the Lindell hotel, St. Louis, Jan. 12,1892. All who favor »he principles above set forth ure urged to attend the St. Louis convention. FARMERS' CONGRESS. The National Organisation Hegtoa Its S.xteenth Annual Seeelon. INDIANAPOLIS, NOV. 11.—The 16th annual session of the Farmers' National Congress began at 10:30 a. m. in the Indiana hall of the house of representa tives. There were about 70 persons present, but the later sittings are ex pected to show a much larger attend ance. The general opinion of those interested in the congress was that the meetings should have been held before rather than after the presidential elec tion, and that had this been the case the attendance would have numbered several hundred. The members present were represen tative men and leaders In the cause of apiculture. The eongresg was called to order by the president, B. F. Clay ton, of Indianola, la. Mayor Taggart delivered an address of welcome. Responses was made by the secretary, J. M. Btahl of Chicago, and others. Governor Matthews welcomed the con gress on behalf of the state, after which President Clayton was introduced and delivered his annual address. Strong position tn Ceaaty. WASHINGTON, NOV. 11.—The Post says: A cablegram from Rome an nounces that the appointment of Dr. Thomas Conaty as successor to Bishop Keane in the rectorship of the Catholic university ie meeting with strong oppo sition from the propaganda authorities. It also states that Mgr. Mooney will in all proiMbiUty be the suceesaful cmndi date. Tli* N.w Spanish Loan MAPRIP, NOV. 11.—It has been de cided that the first subscription of the new loan, to be issued Saturday, shall •mount to 250,000,000 pesos. The bal ance, 150,000,000, is reserved for a later subscription the government not need ing it at preseut The price fixed for the issue is W pesetas, payable in four installments. teriufi Sank rail*. Sioux CITY, la.. NOT. 11.—The Iowa Savings hank has closed its doors. The steady withdrawals of deposit* and iii- MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER II 189! 11.— Senator T. H. Carter announces iliat he will sup port the Dingley tariff bill at the com ing session of congress. He also states that Senator Shoup of Idaho will join with him and that there will be others of the late silver men who will no longer hold up legislation. Senator Carter says that it will be folly to con tinue the tight for silver at this time. In his opinion it would seriously injure its future prospects. He predicts an extra session. CAMPAIGN OF WOT). Senator FettlCrcw Start* the Ball Rolling at Sioux Fal H. SIOI FALLS, S. D., Nov. 11.—Sen ator Pettigrew opened the campaign of 1JK)0, and addressed one of the largest audiences ever gathered in this city. It was announced as the beginning of the bimetallic fight of four years hence. ability to realize on securities except at great MUTifiee, were the cause of tho failure The bank's statement of Oct. showed *4?0.0X assets and $150,000 deposits. W.D, Manley has been named as receiver. fienorat Amembly K of Rot i STKK. ,'. v., Nov. 11—Til regular session of the general assembly the Knights of Litter has opened here, with about JCM delegates preseut from tlifiei uir J.HUS of the United States ii'id Canada. I'HOICK MA UK VET. OfSMtnitlc L«'Kin,»trr« of 1| nn cuting 1°*° Ki'Hntor. ATLANTA. Ga., Nov. li.—The Demo cratic members of the house aud scni.r met in joint caucus-- duriug tin' after noou'to l(« a candidate for a seat in the Uli.ted States senate, which will be made vacanM.y the expiration of Gen eral Gordon's term next March. Among the n :iacs farmaily presented to the caucus were thoe of overnor \V. Y. Atkinson. Smte Chairman A. S. Clay, J. W. Ikobertson and H. T. Lewis, who nominated bryan at Chicago. Twelve ballots were taken, with Atkinson and Clay lei.diii ,*, but with no one candi date in sight of a majority when the caucus adjourned. The t«t Armenian Massacrr. CONSTANTINOPLE, NOV. 11.—The re ports in circulation here on Thursday last, thitt a massacre had occurred in an Armenian village near Kaisarieh, and that (M) persons had been killed, were not exaggerated. The massacre oc curred in tiie village of Everek. 100 person^ were killed and nearly all the Armenian houses were tiillared. HARD & SOFT Aa CLEVELAND, Nov. 11.—J. 8. 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