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   Fort Wayne Evening Post (Newspaper) - December 3, 1895, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               FORT EVENING POST. VOL; 1C4: Colorado Mining Stocks on Knitil Upward. THE .BROKERS ORGANIZ Cilimot 'Find Alining Property .Fill Their Orders. HOLDERS REFUSE TO SEL Colonido Springs Contingent Cal the Denver Mcn-OpenhiK n Ke DKNVKU, Uec. 100 brok from Colorado Springs came up yosto day tu assist in the opening of the re estate exchange as a mining slock e chanjje. Mayor HcMurray- welcome them in a speech in which lie warm tlium figainst listing stocks not prove to have some prospective value ben in them. President Uowdy of the Col rado Springs board rtT trade sUted tin his live now and was currently rumored that the lers of the eil.y were planning lo orgai an exchange to meet noons for tho purpose of dcalinir i: I slocks. He seriously deprecated th placing of spurious stocks upon th publio markets and stood for a carcfu scrutiny of all companies by thu re speclive listing committees. The visitors wont to thu mining c change when the morning call was o_. They were given thu freedom of the Iloor, and IJOO brokers were mixed li great confusion buying and Moiling tlu list as called on that Hour. Tho sale, were heavy, showing that llioru ID now no slopping thu oxultumonl. In tl the real estate oxulisuij opened It Mrsf call by showing not single listed stock. President Soltor- murliorn alated (hat no stocks would hi listed until iholiornmltteu had madu i thorough Invcstigalloii of. tin; proper ties of the company necking admission Urokors were then permitted to cull foi the stocks which they cared lo trade In and for two hours tho scenu wan ani- mated. Probably shares Were In various stocks. Cripple Crock I.H IIluh. .1. it. MoKimiey, yiio of the Itrst prao- tldal miners to Olpplo Crook and one who has made a good fortune, was OIK; of ihu Colorado Hprlligri vlKltoni. HitNald: "I am positive that Cripple Creelt will your produce values will be moru from tho low" grade oroK, tlrnugh the extent of tlm rich ores already discovered is astonishing. No TUESDAY EVEJrilNG. DECEMBER 3, 1895. one not as familiar as-1 am with tl camp can understand tho 'enormous yield in sight of gold ores-running under two ounces to the ton that will payahaiidsomeproflt.tolhemineowners. Stocks In companies formed two or three years ago have a permanent value be- cause .they were honestly organized and afo honestly managed, but of the swarms of iiew companies I have noth- ing to say. The district may eiilarge'hi urea and these companies may develop good am urging a still inoro close watcli by the listing committees if-all new companies. Many companies vill not sell their 'shares hero, but will .jo cast to unload upon the ignorant." One of tho visiting brokers staled that lie had last week filed an order for banking firm Of New York city for worth of Cripple Creek. An- other said he had done a business of in November. Another said lint for six months hu had been Hulling ind buying Cripple Creek stocks for liistctn customers, and all alike spoke >f moru business than they could landle. Good Properties. Arc Scnrco. W. U. Henxie, a diruc'or of the Colo- ado Springs Consolidated Rvchango, latcd today that he has three orders "ir properties running from and he cannot llnd suitable .ining property in the district which iln be bought at tills lime, ownurs re- 'I could have got options on any mount'of good properties at these rices, but now I am unable to nil .my rdurs." Jtarou von Uichihofen, formerly of enver, but now of London, has been i thu camp several days gulling hold a number of properUc.1 to be placed i the London market. Liu has noLli- g but good words to say of the extent id richness of thu mineral district, it llrids that properties are being held most cases at a price In excess of eir real value and has had mime dilll- ilty in finding titles ami conditions of ronorllos lo be as represented. He ys Unit foreign Investors have a Rood ilnlon of Grlpplo Creek district and at much KngllHh capital wMl.coino provided tho clalmholders are lllng to meet them half way with tillable prices. TUT lift The President Shows the Way Out of Financial Difficulty. OUR FOREIGN AFFAIRS They Arc Touched Upon in True Patriotic Spirit. SIX CENTS A WEEK. SILVER QUESTION DISCUSSED, irntncnt Duties Should be Piiyi In Gold und Hunks Issiic More Nules-CInpliam forjudgo- Deo. 3. President Cleveland removed Irom Woodlev. to thy white house this afternoon. recily following his annual messiigo to ;ongress ho sent to the senate the lomimition of llnfus W. Pockham for United States supreme judge. He is a resident of Albany and judge in the New York court of appeals. A synopsis of President Cleveland icssage folio property and the Allmiciu incident hav been recognized and explained! Americans in Turkey Occurrences in Turkey oxcllu con jrn and information is hard .to bbtiiln but our consul at Sivas liuaI In struotcd to investieute. It is.ibol Hit intention of this government tbjbccuinL entangled in the eastern question, but simply to care for those to its protection. Ships have been seiit io tlio point of actual disturbance, the demand of our minister ordeffl'' have been issued by the sultan that-Turkish, soldiers shall guard an escort fugees to the coast. It. Is earn- estly hoped that prompt and effective action on tlio part of the great European powers will not be delayed. Civil Service In Consular Affairs. Owing to the growth of American interests in foreign countries-the im- provement, of the consular service is urged. In accordance with llieTocom- mendation of secretary of- the.-stain it lias been decided to (111 consular posi- tions paying from to' S3iBOO nually by a promotio sage to con- its, for. condlli__ iomblage of it Don't fail to gut a trimmed at at half price this week at orgonthelm's Bazaar, soc- nd floor. Notice of Election. Summit City Lodge No. 170, R A. will hold their annual election of loerfi and trustees at tho Masonic mplo, Friday evening Dec. (1, K. Yoii.vi, W. M. H. STOUIIKH, secretary. Empire Theater tonight. President Cleveland's mes gruss deals with two subjei and local linancial ;lu says: "Tlio present as: the legislative branch our courn at a time when the interests ur people and tho needs of the country ;ive a special prominence to the condl- .ton of our foreign relations and the .exigencies of o'ur national finances. I thereupon dcum my executive duty adequately performed at this tfmu by presenting to congress thu important phrases of our situation as rolaiud lo our intercourse with foreign nations nd a statement of tho llnanulal prob- lems which confront us." ArKcntlno, Hrnxll und Cubit. President Cleveland notes tho open- ing of tliu free wool market In tlie Ar- guntlnu republic and alsotliat tlie bou-- dry dllTuroncos between that nati Hraxll hayo been suttlud by arbllra- somo other position in Ihu department ofslatu. These promotions aroVlo bo made by examination and Include 1IH! 'places. Legislation is needed for con- sular inspuction. Tho president tecom- ncnds Hint, ambassadors and ministers it foreign courts bo provided wltli oIII- cial power. He advocates thaiUvliile glitter and showof tyreh, nations tills country should not muff by comparison through the siiaubine and parsimony of ils diplomatic' corp .is gold obligatio 1SIIU, amounted U out Standing. This served 10 deplete th gold reserve in April, and .the president ascribes its further depletion lo the high tariir laws it vojruo until tho piissage of the Wilsoi bill, together wltli tlioinnision of silvei inlo the ciirrenoy and tlie increasing agitation for its free coinage. In coiise- (jnenco of these Conditions the reserve had fallen in February, ISiH, to :m, ;i decrease of in nine ths. To rclievi; thissiale ofalfairs in bonds were issued H three periods, under the redemption aci 18U5. Tlm Morgun SymUciltu HxpIulncU. I'rusident Cleveland explains the ne- cessity of tho Morgan syndicate con- nd declares If at its special ses vould h July congress of St per cent bonds Despite these 1MUEST IS MISSING. rut her Kelly eif Liigro, Ind., Distip- pears Mysteriously. WAIUSII, Ind., Dec. Kell of llio Catholic church at Jjtigm, this, county, is missing, having left without notifying his friends of his destit Father Kelly came to Ltigro Wichita. Kan., three years ago. and his oratu was fairly successful Hie first year. He was a zealous adv-.cate of temperance, and some of IMS radical speeches" from the pulpit on'thij: subject offended a few of his conyn-iration and caused trouble in his church. Lately iishop llademaclior of Fort Wayne de- cided lo transfer tlie priest tti another )luoc, but meanwhile hu quietly left. Either ICuIly Is years of age, and uilylast sprint; was elected president if thu Catholic Temperance MM Juliana. tion, in which this country noted as arbitrator. The -resumption ofepecie tents by Chili Is regarded as evinc- ing Lhe usceiidungy of sound financial I THE PEOPLE'S STORE. This Busy Store m'l'. Will Be Busier Still When These Wonder- fully Seasonable Bargains Are Read. Miss One of Them. CLOAKS. I No Other Store In Fort Wayne Shows Such a Vai Such Low Prices as Here. HERE ARE THREE EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS: 20-inch Mox Front Novelty Cheviot Hccfcr Jacket, Coat Hack, Storm Collar, larye draped tdccves, colors black mid blue, all sizes, reg-iilar English Novelty Cheviot Hox Coat, new Ripple (JIJO CA Mandolin Sleeves, lined throughout with Satin Yl 7 HI I K" Rhadainc, colors and blue, regular val. V 26-inch Rtifrlish Box Front Heaver Jackets, Latest Styles, in black and blue. Regular at.................'.............. You'll save dollars by buying- your Winter" Cloak here. Ladles' Cashmere nittens. 80 Itecn All J'UPC Wool Mil-tono. KiickB, regular (luullty, Cashmere Sox. All Pore Wool, Medium Woiflit, ret'iihir value 25o. AT 15o PAIR. Bed Comforts. Ratin CoTOrcd, Warm and Heavy, worth AT RAOII. Children's Angora Sets. Long, Silky Hnir, In Silver, White, Tun und Clrcv, worth AT 91.00 Feather Uoas. 11 Yards Loop, Full and Flinry, other stores yet 7.rtc for them, here AT liOo KAOU. Eiderdown Cloaking In all Colors, AT All Wool Flannel Skirts. JO Indies Lonp, 21 Yanls Wiile, usually Bold nt 91.00, AT 75? Jersey Wool Shirts. Well Mnilo, Kxtra Heavy, worth 75c, AT 50c Each. Ladles Kid Oloves. M) dozen, in All Colors and Itlack, Plain mid Embroidered back, -Hint Ion, worth Sl.OO. AT7.ric Gloves. liucV skin, Kill anil WoGlon Gloves, AT .TOO, 75o and PAIR. Udles'cWool Hose. Ulbbed and Plain, Splendid Quality, wo'ril. 8Sc, Fleeced Blaokets. LarKo Size, In White, Tall and Grey, a rare liargaln, AT SI. PAIR. ONE PRICE TO ALL. ITHL PEOPLE'S STORL, BEADELL COMPANY, Store in the City. ijjj Best Lighted itice In that Investigation or .....r___ The close of thu ChltieHU-Jupaiieiie war lias developed a domestic condition in tlio ChiIIOHO empire which has called for prompt allontlon. Owing to' tho manifestation of thu aversion of llio Ohlnu.su to all foreign ways and under- takings lliualiackH on foreign iniuslomi "'MisliiK nincli lossof llfu mid property tvo buun Iho- rdault. AUhough but ie American sulfured it IH plainly the tart of this (jovernmunt to taku jirompt 10Lion and a Hpeolal Amurlcau coni- llssion has fonu overland from Tlon- ien to demonstrate Ihu reiidinosij of our to Chech similar outbursts. Tlio Wnllur Cimo. Tho cordial relations with Kranoe have been undisturbed with llio uxcep- a full explanation of tlm treat- ment of John Ij. Waller, formerly United tilales consul at Tamatava, Mad- remaliiH to fllr. Wal- ler remained In Madagascar after his term of olllce had expired, bavin declaration of martial law by tho Kroiich ho was arrested upon various and convicied by a mill- :ary tribunal and sentenced lo 20 years n prison. This govern men t requested tho records of that tribunal. Tlie rec- ord of the court proceedings and have been procured, but thu evidence I.I sllll Meanwhile, I appears Mr. Waller's confinement In ot onerous. The 1'nrla Hxpotiltlon. The president recommends the uo- cptancu of tlie French Invitation to larllcipatc the Paris exposition of 11100. lio especially commends the reconi of the Krunoli cham- bers favoring a permanent treaty of ar- bitration between the two countries.' Uctullmorv iMeusnrcs In Ounnuny. Tho close rivalries of computing lu- istries, tho Influence of thu delusive doutrinu thnt thu internal development a nation is promoted and its wealth increased by a policy which Is under- taking to reserve its home markets for the exclusive uses Its own producers necessarily obstructs their sales in for- and prevents free access lo the products of the world. This is tlio president's summary of the trade conditions with Germany. The exports affected arc luryoly American cattlo uid food products, but insurance com- panies aru also The prcsi- 'enl suKitcsts reiallalory measures, liould an examination warrant them, ,'hllo declarinB the policy of this coun- try as a producing nation should bo marked with national good faith and reciprocal forbearance. Monroe Doctrine ConflrmoJ. An appropriation for tho survey of 10 Alaskan boundary is recommend erf, .j is also tho Bum of in full set- tlement of HritiHh sealing claims. A commission to settle the boundary lines with Canada is uryed. In reference 'to Vcncy-ucla the president maintains tho Monroe doctrine in opposing a forcible increase by any Kuropeau power of its territorial power on this continent and suggests that Great Itritain submit its lalms to arbitration. lliiwntl. NIcnriiKiin mm Somon. The president touches brielly on the Hawaiian question ending by saying that Mr. Thurston, tho Hawaiian miii- ster furnished abundant reasons for isking that ho be recalled. A change n thu alien laws is suggested which vill check the vicious sy'ntom which at ircscnl overcomes the immigration of contract labor laws. Tho president has in tho Nlcaraguau case, n peaceful settlement with .moderation and indulgenca to- ward Nicaragua ILI arc consistent. Tho (resident asks legislation lo break tlie reaty or agreement by which this coun- ry Is jointly hound with England and Germany lo assume management in Samoa. Neutrality Townrd Cubii Advised. Special attention is called to the ition In Cuba and the slrlct neutrality if this government is advised. Hospilo ho sentiment of .sympathy and ad- jenturous support aroused" in Ameri- cans by tlio stories of cruelty and tho nitural love of liberty, military arrests of American citizens, Iho rights of the consular otllccrs to protect Tlic Hnunclul Q As we turn from a review of (iur To gn rolallnns to the eo e mUtoitnl linancial iiucflUoiT Wli ar immediately aware tliat we L subject of domestic concern mota-Im than any other that ctlii 01 JUEC our attention, and one at pr'fson n such a perplexing and delicate pre dioameiit as lo reciuire prompt and wis treatment. We may well be encodl-age to earnest effort In this ve recall the stops alroady'Hakoti' to wards improving our economic'- am Inancial situation, and when Wo uj ireciutu how well llio way llai bee >rcpared for further progress by a iroused and Intelligent popular Interes n tliesu subjects. 1'roRrcsa of Tnriff (tattirra. Uy command of tho people a custom revenue system designed for the pro tccLioii and benefit of favored ulaNKu at the expense of tliu great mass i our countrymen, and which whllu li elllclent for thu piirpo.ne of ruvenue: curtailed our trade relations and In [leded our entrance to the inarkots L 'ho world, bus been superseded by uirlir policy which in principle In base upon a denial of the right to las main for tho benefit of the Tow. Thu Mmincliil Ucform Kffcctcd. .The compulsory purchase and colnagi of silver by the government. unchenktH aijd uuregulauid by uitl of our currency needs >vhiuh In years' dllulei! mr' olrculating medium, uiidormlncd son lldence abroad In our llnanulal ability mil at lunl oiittnlnaled In dhitress and lanlc at licoti recently topped by Iho repeal of ihu laws wJilch forced this reckless scheme upon the country. llrtef Illmory of .Monetary Affiilrs. The things thus accomplished not- withstanding their extreme Importance and benlflccnl elfect are far short of curing the monetary evils from which we sulfer as a result of long Indulgence In ill-advised linancial expedients. After explaining the resumption of Hpecle payment and the creation of the gold fund of lOO.OW.OOO, th e prcsldunl gives abrloC monetary hisiurr of the United Slates, quoting the fuel that In July, congress provided for the purchase of silver bullion; but decided that gold and silver must be kept at a parity. I'lepleiUm of ihu (ioJJ Ucsorvc. The redeemed treasury notes; treated ,3 the irold reserve is about in tlie ame condition, there being but B3.IHKI in liand at pruwiil. Uulwuen and 18UO but of gold vas withdrawn, while between uid the amount is This is attributed io the increased pur-1 base of silver, How to -Maintain ihu Reserve. Tlie govern menl has paid in gold :tie-tenlhs of its notes, 'and mve.s them 11. It has incurred a bonded indeblud- ness of Syu.ffOO.OOO in nsLablishiiiff tiie golil reserve and expended i Opened Last Nmlit Under tl M fnUiaimpulis Sustains Anothei (ii'uiit Loss by Fire. THE WHOLESALE DISTRICT KIUII Invaded by a Disastrous Con Hug rut in it. OPPOSES DISMEMBERMENT. Knssiii Will Not Consider Such H Proposal. I'Aitm, Dec. Si. Petersburg dis- jjatch to Kclair aoscrts thai tlie Uritish ambassador recently submitted to Prinoe .Ijobanotr, minister of foreiyu allairs, a plan for. the dismumbormoiiL of Turkey. Prince Lobanolf replied llial Russia -would not consider any )posal alfecting tlie integrity of the Turkish dynasty. ilX BUILDINGS DESTROYED. tcd from i J Alt I lo pur true s lixplosjon and Itupldlty- uJctiiiiitv. Empire Theater tonight. Expert Optician' DALI.AH F. GJCKEN, _________No. JI Arcade Empire Theater tonight. RKSTAUR.VNT- legislative relief is asked. Urccnbac and treasury noles should be remm by u.ichanjnng them fur bonds wi small denomination. The suorulary i tlie Ireasury should bo uiiniowered :ll bonds abroad for gold En order -iincel these noles. The amount currency ihus withdrawn would not 1 over which would be sii plied by gold. liclief to the Circulation. The president .luggesis as a relief i circulation that banks be allowed i iwsnc notes to tlie full amount of bout dunosltud and llio tax on lEibir circuit lluu rediiced-lo onu-fottrlh of 1 pur con As a further relief it Is suggested tin revenue collections bo made payable i gold. Not to pay out Untied Stall. Lreasury noles on demand and lo Insis )ti paying In silver noles thu preside, leclarcs would Injure llio purity bi twccu gold and silver, which ihu KOI eminent Is bound to maintain. lucrcnso In Huvumio IH Duprculniuj. Anoxce-ssof rovunue reoOlpts wouli ml alter the question of national sol as in the Htrugglts lo inaintali lie gold reserve the treasury could no iy dubls with thu money It had, bu dv with gold, and lo ibo foreign In .islor tho only concern allhe wiihdrawi r gold is a direct result of freight 'here Is nothing the slum ion so much as legislation .which wit essun tno desire forgold Ills notclea; iw an iiitireas revenue, it bi gold can .satisfy those whusi: only d Irj Iy to draw gold from the mill's store. Therefore a revenue 11 rcasu Is deprucialed. I-ico Coinage Means I-itnil CoUiipsc. of the proposition to rullin 10 Iliiaiiuial situation by thu froo coll. go of silver at Iho ratio of HI to I, the resident declares no government, u man conirlvancu, no act of leiHs on has uver been able to hold the t (Hals Uigulhor In free coinage at itio of appreciable difference from that hich Is established In ihu markets of ii! world. A change In Iho siandard i silver monometallism would brim; a >llapso lo our entire credit syfttem. .Croat Closing out Sale at Vlergentheim's Millinery Do- artment. Hats trimmed and ntrlmmed at half price. Tortoise Shell C'ombs, side and bacUs. DALLAS R UIMCKN. A Id i nc slreel, Tin' iterry lasteveniii" menl. The C. Cratsley a have been fo sociatcd in restau uranl, at formally rt-ofi new prnpiieturs are 1 td George H. Allen, wli the past threuyuars m business at the Horn mi No. llll Calhonn struct.. Tli istanrant is iho llnest and bos equipped ealing house In the" eit Urcakfasl will be served from lo dinner from II to 2 and supper fi Special attention will b given lo banquets, dinner parti ntl luncheons. Harry ll'shoir, form of the Wellington, is on duty at ll uw restaurant. Tho Aldino interio whlcli are magmll have benn rovamped nnif tlie disas U did when the .1 lirst llnished It. Emolro Theater tonight. The Aldino Restaurant, No 59 East Berry street Is now open day and night, unae new management. Fines meals In thojjity.___ ItOAKl) OK WORKS UlKcusH ii Tew Chintzes 'In tin. ICyerctt Thu board   further f the conllairrulion. I'he establishments destroyed are tlm.su of Fairbanks, ftlorse Co., scales, and Ward HroH., drnyfc'isls. on the south. The wholr.siilc; liquor houses of Wood- ord A, I'ohtinan und liichose .t Co. on lie north will sulfur heavy damage, if lived at all. The llildebrand Hard- rare company were able to save a greill union of iheir stock by removal. Tlie lire, which is fanned by a strong 'Ind. covers almost, a full quarter ijnaro and it tlio combined Iforls of tlie llrumen to prevent ils irlher .spreading. The bluzo starlet Schnnll's wholesale house from at of natural gtis und spreut vlth alarm i iff? Tlie buildings eslrtiyi'd on Meridian street nimibei rorn ill to It Is supposed thai tine mil has [lurlHliiid In Ward's bulldinj'. At tills hour the loss is estimated at und the llro is not yet under unlrol. Dia ond nd Opal Pendants at DAU.AH F. UHRKN CAI.I-nOMAN Cl.UH IccJ Officers ut an Annual Aluct- Last NiKht. Last evening at their hull on Calhonn mtl.lhu Caledonian .society held an :tlon of nilk-ors, which resulted as I lows: .1. H. Will us. rat Vice I'rc.sulent-.Thomas Socond Vice Lnw- n. A. 11. Ooiigall. Diokio. Jlarshall and Sin- Standard Oillie. rrelalo-I'Vancis llnrge.ss. now most Elaborate ar.d Complete linuof Cloaks I Jackets la Indiana. is tin; only Inclusive Cloak Houso in Fyrl Wayne, and d as it Is by the most competent tpertti iu. thu slalu Is siiillclunt that tli is hou.su should, an it does, have the confidence of the public. V. GUTMUTH, 621-2. Ciltan Street. duo. lliekiid Win Or rock. James Millinery Goods at half price Morgonthe'm's nd floor, this week. FOR GASH ONL.Y. Continued This Week Only. We will give Fort Wayne and Vicinity a chance to buy Millinery Goods at Prices which will make them sell quickly. Note the following: All our Trimmed Hats and Bonnets, including Imported and Domestic Styles, at half price. All our Untriinmcd Hats at Half Price. All our Tarn O'Slianlers at Half Price. All our Baby Bonnets at Half Price, All our Birds and Wings nt Half Price. All our Buckles and Ornaments at Half Price. All 'our Ostrich Feather Boas.at Half Price. All our Velvets, Ribbons, Flowers, Veilings, Ostrich Tins V, Goods Marked in Plain Figures. off. All It is a well known fact that Mergentheim's carry the finest and most select stock of of Millinery Goods in Northern Indiana and this Will be greatly appreciated by the multitude. Buy a hat whether you need one or not, as this chance does not often occur. Call Early at MERGENTHEIM'S BAZAAR, Second Floor. Northwest Conner Galhoun and Main Streets. The World has the Money! We Have the Goods They i.ru mil Ancient Uoocin, lint Clomls uf Tn.luy. Just HmiKlll. Soli! mi MerllitlPrloofl Tlnil, Will not IClfoot MUHI lint Will Win Ymi As A llwilw C'nsl.mier. Soo Our Siwolnl Slock ipf Klilrls UcllliiK l''Ur OUR NUVV I.INB OP NBGK WE AR At Uie popular prlcea, D. Monahan, 86 CALHOUN STREET. CLEARY; MERCHANT TAILOR. RABUS MERCHANT TAILOR. Our New Fall and Winter Suit- ings. We are showing some the Newest, Neatest -AND Nobbiest Patterns Ever brought to the city. No. 161. Berry Street. Cream Flour IS ALWAYS GOOD Don't Take MADE BY GLOBE MILLS. Any Other.   

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