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   New York Times, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1882, New York, New York                               VOL. XXXIL NO. 0789. EVENTS Iff WASHINGTON NEW-YORK, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1882. PRICE FOUR CENTS. INTERVIEW THAT HAS EX- CITED POLITICIANS. sSC-SBTTATOR FEXTOS, SENATOR SHEBMAJT, AND SECRETART FOLQER HAVE AM AC- CIDENTAL 8CRMIBE9 THAT PARTT poncr WAS DISCUSSED TUB PRESIDENT ALSO SEES MR. FENTOJT, WASHINGTON. Nov. Three serious snd sagacious Republicans, well known from one end of the country to the other, met here to-day, entirely by accident they all say, and yet politicians here are unwilling to believe that their meeting wu accidental, or that they did not come together for po- litical reasons, perbape with the pur- POM of contriving a meani by which the brokeu and demoralised party to which they belong may be reunited anJ revitalised. Beo- retarv Folger wasln hii office thli afternoon ifterthe usual throng of visitors hod beoi ihut of? according to regulations, when ex- leaator Reuben E. Fenton, the sage politician If Chautauqua, walked through the corrl- lor to the office and wu admitted. The Secretary and the ex-Sen- itor hid not been many minutes to- gether when Senator John hap- pening that way entirely by aacldent, shown Into tho Secretary's room. Tho three toaether for loma time. While lhe Troaiury Building contained fow visitors when tliMfl three were In company, the meet- Ing did not escape observation. Anxious politicians are to-tilitho disposed to wjrs.nl ttie consultation as bavmg luiouriaut politi- cal iluTilrioance. Kx-Hsnawr does not coma ofton to the capital. It has supposed thnt he was out of aotlve nollrlcul alcbouah no oca ran believe thai he has lout interust in the lub- has engrossed so much of the time of a man now ripening In years. He arrived on Monday. Instead of going to a hutel ho took comfortable lodgings In a man re- tired hoaie, away (rum the stream of tranuleut trlsliors and (die politicians, and took tbam Tor several days, On Tuwlay he wan driven to the House. Although President Arthur It vtiry busy with his Cabinet offlcars tathurltig up the material with which at night in- 1 out at the Home be weaves to- bis animal Message to Concuss, ex- Sunator Kentun was admitted to him, Mid In lha llhrsry ttie two held a long conversation. rim Prwictent wai, 01 uiual. very courteous. Mr. only refers to the talk botweon '.hutwoas having pleasant If It led to a dlicusslon of the recent election In New- York, and the lugfreittun of a courto of ictlon to be pursued to reunite the Republican and inspire confidence hi the Republican Party, both in and out of New-York, neither the President nor Mr. Fsnton has mibllihsd the faot. The suggestion, therefore, that the question of Col- lector Robertson's removal was brouuht up, and the admission tuude on one side that tue removal would not dUtress the Repub- licans who were not long ago xaalous sup- porters of Collector Robertson will be re- lanltd as mere conjecture. Tonluh: Mr. Fenton speaks of the to the President and Secretary Folgor anil the meeting with Htmntor Bhorman at the Treas- ury u mare Incidents of a visit Having been many ysars In political life, Mr. Fenton natu- rally talks politic when he with men In political life Ho Is still a worm Republican ami as deeply concerned about the future of the Republican Party as any member of it. He understands thoroughly the significance of the rNtilts of the recent (lection, tba causes of defeat In his own State, sud the minions for similar results In other St'tcex. He frankly suys that the meeting be- tween blmselt, Secrftarv Folder, and benator Bhsrmuu did not take placo to devise means for the relief of the money market, which was to disturbed and stringent Men who arv disposed to inve rein to con- lecture sav that the presence of Mr. Fenton tare Is nut accidental, but that be has come upon Invitation, and that ac lost the Administration bas determined to takd counsel with Republicans without distinction of factions, ami that a new leaf ts to be turned aver, a new and broader policy adopted and ?arrfwl out. Mr. Fenton will remain until tftur the opening of the Gnrfleld Monument Frtlr, nnd will be present in the Cupitol at tho opening cerumouiw. DETECTIVE lilLLER DISMISSED. VS 13 COSVICTKD OV lill'ROPEH CONDUCT BT HIS OWX TEST1MOX7. WASHISOTOS. Nov. Tho trial of De- Active George 0. Miller before the Commls- iloners of the District of Columbia has resulted In his dismissal from the Police force. The trial was short. The evidence against Miller consisted of his own admissions upon the wlt- stand, made during the preliminary trial of Payne, who Is accused of having tried to bribe Juror Brown. Miller testified that ho had reported from day to day, during the route trial, to the counsel for the defense, and that he had taken part In the work o( gottlng tip Air. Ingentoirs collection of affidavits. He had not reported hU knowl- edge of these to the Department of Justice or to any of his superior officers, and ha had not assignee to work In connection with the star route case. The order directing bin removal WHS Issued to-duy. Miller Is very well known in this city. He In a friend of ex-senator Dorsey, and wan among those from tnls city wbo were In ludiamipolls during the October election in 1830. RIVER ASD HAR'BOR BALANCES. A PREDICTION THAT NO ESTIMATES WILL BE SUBMITTED TO CONGRESS. WASHINGTON, Nov. The clerk t of the House Committee on Appropriations bas received the estimates for tho civil force of the Government There are still reasons for believing that the War Department will act submit estimates for a river and harbor bill. At tbe beginning of tho cur- rent tUcal year there was available, coming over from the appropriations of pre- yean, the turn of To this Conervw added an appropriation of nearly The boohs or the Treasury De- partment show that for river and har- bor work In the fiscal year Itbl there was available, in bolantfs- and appropriations, and that tbe ex- In that year wera only 10 that was carried over to the ac- count for the fiscal year 1HWJ. It seems safd to predict thut no estimates will be submitted thU year. _ NOTES FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, Nov. 22, 1883. The national bank notes received for re- demption to-day amounted to Tue receipts from interual revenue to-dny werf and from Customs 5701 26773. The Court of Commissioners of Alabama Claims at to-day's session heard argument as to whether Interest should be made part of the judgment in clattm of class 1, which em- bi aces destruction of vessels, and also as to tbe vnlue which should be placed on script dividends. At the conclusion pt arguments noon these questions tho court adjourned until Friday, when It id expected several important decisions will be rendeied. A circular was issued by the Treasury De- partment to-day announcing that 3 per cent. bonds of large denominations may be trans- ferred or eicnangod into smaller bonds, pro- vided the aligner udds to tho assignment the words w .lying all right by reasoned priority of issue of this bond.'" This waiver must be wade ft part of tfcn assignment in every case where it ia desired to obtain smaller bonds than those sent to the Arnold Lao. of. York, boa informed the Interior Department of bis lutaution to Insti- tute legal proceed in to prevent the further of trilateral trust to the Union FUilrnad tba U Ulegml, and while lltrJe credit to attached to the statement a careful review of tbe laws governing tho Issue and of tbe bonds and ee- curitles of tbe company Bled with the depart- ment Is now being made to place tho matter beyond doubt Fred B. Btanton, Bhellabarger Wllsom, and T. W. Hartley, u attorneys for the La Abra Silver Mining Company, thta morning made application to the Supreme Court of thl District for a mandamus on the Secretary of State to .compel him to pvr to that company 84S.8.W .7, the proportion claimed by thorn of the 000 recently paid by Mexico on ac- count of awards made by the Mexican Claims Commission. A rule wan Issued on tho Secre- tary to show cause and mode returnable Nov. Replying to a letter from the Commissioner of tbe General Laud Office in relation to tbe adjustment of the withdrawal of lands for the benefit of the Northern Paolflo Railroad, tho Sec- rotary of the Interior has directed him to make an adjustment of the route in accordance with tbe map of definite location filed In 1881 and 1832, upon which the road Is constructed from the boundary line between Dakota and Mon- tana to tho lost crossing of the Yellowstone River, and such other portions of the road as do not materially deviate from the lino. Secretary Folgor bat nob been offlolallf ad- vised of any stringency tn the New-York market Autstant Treasurer Acton, who has been Instructed to keep him advised of the state of the market, telegraphed this afternoon to tho cffuot that aommaralal paper was lulling at froni.U to 8 per pent., and that the aenoral market was the u yesterday. In a telegram to tho Boarotnry yesterday MY. Acton said that he regarded thn apparent stringency In tha market an fictitious. tnry said this afternoon tunfthbwai Kuliled by tbe valuu of mercantile prviior, nnd that he did not cencelva It bin duty to mtorfaw la a light botwwwi tha and bean. THE SILVER DOLLAR CIRCULATION. WAUIINOTOW, Nov. TUo Htuuilurd illver loom to bo going out Into circu- lation juit now tn great nuuibon. It is true that for several weoki tho movement bat boon accelerated by tbe usual Autumnal demand In the West and Souih-west, hut thoro ls an addi- tional cause for their apparent movement Into circulation. Since (Jot. Jfl no silver eertttlcatos have boon Issued illrot'tly upon duposlu of gold coin. Uold Is Jepoiiltod lu Nuw-York unw for the delivery of silver dollars at the Mint at New-Grloans, and after these dollars have gone out of the Mint they are deposited In tbe Hub-Treasury for silver certificates, so that while a great number of tha standard aol- luni ara going out from tho Mint thoy at onco go baek to tbe Bub-Treasury uud remain iu tho huuds ot the Government. THE CHICAGO GItAlN-DEALERB. EFFECT OF THB NKW-YOUK FLDHTIT IK COHH MAHKF.TS VRUt initROULAn. CniCAOO, Nov. Tho loading produce markets were more Irregular to-day than usual. Orala avtragod stronger, chlsdy In sympathy with the oora situation In New-York, and provisions wore uns.-ttled. being radically bearish, but turned by tbe flrrn feeling on breadstuffs, and provisions were actlreanu Irregular. Thnr wore beared rath or badly In tho esrly part of tho day, hoonuio wore la lariee supply and again weak, while Liver- pool was said to bo M. lower on lard. The market turned liter, when corn was fnaod to Do strong, and there were some eliras of Urge capital- ists Inrsitlnj In the stuff, as If they thought the market was dragging on tbe bottom. ThU oauied a rally, after whloh prices fell back some, but cloied steadier at a shade better prlees for futures than the previous aftsrnoon, tboaah pork and lard for this month olosed 10 cents lower, the former being substantially the same as Jan- uary. Lard for this month sold down 40 cents, bat only for a motnont. there belnic little told at more than 90 u Bills Ueullns, Olhorwlno. lard only fell ahnut cants and pork 15 te vW cents. Meatu declined ahnut 10 and for early delivery cloned nominally tame. The market averaged tin advance of 8 oents ou pork and lard on tUo after- noua, oall, Wheat was a little more active and dcoldidly firmer. Futares advanced cent early, thon fell baek a little, but olosod firm at an Improve- ment of H to cent on tho latest prices of Tuesday. London reported an advance of Cd. pur quarter ou caraoes. Receipts in Chicago were muuh smaller, and there was an early rumor to the effect thnt the railroad war In the North-west li over, whloti was supposed 10 mean smaller rewlpla here In the nenr fuluro. There a better shlDDlag Uemnnd for Winter, at previous prlcui. The Spring wheat not wanted by shippers, tnotiKli tha JJo. 2 was Hrmor In sympathy with fu- Some natd tho ipeoulatlve strength was svldentlr due to tbe Eastern excite- ment In corn, whlub Induced the of a few New-York haying orders for wheat, on the theory thai It mutt be icond property, beoanse very low In price an oomDured with corn. On the afternoon oall the market wu cent higher. Corn was Irregular in tone, though cotnpnrfltlvo- ly steady ID price. The market advanced vents on regular, cents on November. oents on the year, and cent on the longer futures, cloning 1 cant helnw the top on deliveries to be made this month and firm otherwise. Keoelpts were much smaller than the prevloui dsv, but they graded up a little buttvr. and tho early feeling wns only stosdy and rather tame, but a strong demand for spot sprung uj> when New-York was quoted at 9! fornyoiHiid B4 cents for a sale being here at 7uW cents for No. 8, and that star tod futures upward, though there not a very brlik douinud for them. Liverpool wan called quiet, oillulally, but It was understood that wan a very good export demand New-York at 8-1 to HA cants fur onrn to arrlva In Liverpool In De- cember, and New- York was exalted on Its own ac- count, tlio bulls having the advantage there, be- It In now too lace to obtain guarantees for November urrlrals from tha Wait. The con- tlnuunue of dry weather, though It Is not cold, the hope of liberal arrivals of new No. D here next month, while there Is a fouling that the situation hss perhaps born (llsc'ountod BS muuh ss U will bsur for the D reseat. Tho lo war were pinked up to-day as Taut as offered and at good relative prloes, showing that ure bwar of ooti. The snenulatlve dauiand Kattwunt bids fair to absorb all dry eorn that may arrive here for yet. In thn afternoon tho market was firmer for November and tbe year and for other deals. The prlco of wheat In Minneapolis was run up Monday lait to an extent about equal to the de- cline In rail One dealer reports salei of 1 and U, not bard, at 91 01, whloh certainly not otfor muuh Inducement to any one In that motion to wheat here and gee for It. '1 he price of flour In MlnneiuolU advanced about much HI tbe reduction U freights to. making It Impossible for buyers here to Quorate on more favnrahlu tormi than heretofore. New mixed corn sold to-day on the track here at 02 Mi cents freely, aud wore was wanted at the price. Conililorlat that some of this corn was quite damp. U showi irooil aemand fnr tills svblnh It nroblematlual If No. B at CO cun's. tha year. Is vary dear nfter all. A tela- gram (rum New- York said that the corn market there went up uoout 10 cents In hulf an hour and then full bank 10 ceali In another half hour. That lii speculative excitement wild a vengeance. Evi- dently Now- York la waking up. Tho folks there are gutting an old-fashioned western hug, and feature ID the bunlneia la said to be the fact tliat one of the biggest squnezera U a man who defaulted on September wheat here. It wns reporter! here the otber duy that tho November corn nuueezo In Liverpool was ovor, bul It now thut the folks there are an hudly off for December. wane larire quantities, and It must all be old corn at that. Henoe the New- York flurry bns R pizzicato accompani- ment. which makes It positively thrilling. The good poonle there wbo have been howling about In Chluaxo may now rotortod upon with the ad- Tlco, Phynlclaii. heal thytelf." It In undorntood thnt McQeoch. EverlnirharnA fo, nro not settllni; up on a baa 1 8 of Si W! for Septem- ber whojt. The Qrm U holdLig off for Instructions from Us prlnulpuls. Will the Prealdtmt bt called on to tba mttreln checks? VIOLA TW.V OJr THE SUN DA Y LA W. CINCINNATI, Nov. In the Police Court this morning. Manager James Fenneosy, of the Coliseum Theatre, together with Joseph D. Dow- ling. Joseph D. Clifton, Hurt; Charlea Ed- wards. Louise Bliss, Thomas H. Ward. Con PL Lynch, Ada Bosh oil. Frank Lawton, Otis Ilozlloa, and liaison, wbo appeared In a performance given on Sunday at that theatre, were arraigned for a violation of law. Other tbenlres were open on Sunday, but no other arrests have been made. tht- Intention noing to make a test of this cose. Tbe trial was postponed uolil Friday aftornooa. FAILURKS. MONTREAL, Nov. Martelle Chatelle. traders, of West Farnham, have failed. Tbelr liabilities Are SW.OuO; assnls, PHILADELPHIA, Nov. The suspension of Oswald T. broker, No. 49 Suutli Thlrd-ntroet. li unnounooJ It in ihougat tbat Us liabilities are not hsavo AFFAIRS IN THE OLD WORLD EING HUMBERT SSPEECH ON OPEN- ING PARLIAMENT. TBS BPBHCH FROM THE THRONE) MUCH ITALIAN PEOPLE DE- CLARED TO BE RIPE FOR MINISTRATIVE ANU INDUSTKIAL LEGISLA- TION TO BE T7ROED. ROUE, Nov. 22, was opened to-day. Tbe speech from the throne was very paclflo in tone. The King said he greeted with joy and pride the representatives of tbe aa- tion. fortified by the free vote of all classes of its citizens. This admirable transformation, prepared in accordance with tbe wish of Vio- tor Emmanuel, gave assurance tkat the people ripe for liberty. Tbe King imposed upon Parliament the duty of carrying out those paclflo conquests which give a title to real crvatnoss. He indicated as subjects for legislation the condition of manufac- tures, agriculture, tho mercantile navy and tho railway systen. Ha said thora would also be introduead Measures dealing with tha public security, tho administra- tion of Justlco, education, and nn elabora- tion of tba penal code for the whola country. Throughout tha kingdom signs wero observa- ble of new commercial Activity. To Attain commoroldl proiparity public security wns no- cowarv, and thin tlia Government would flrinljr The relations of Italy with foreign powers, he inld, wero (rlandly, Italy responded to murks of sympathy from all by scrupulously observ- ing fmr treaties, IIY aslvooatlui In tlia oounolli of tha powors a frank und loyal polluy aiming at tho mulntaimnoo of penoa, and wjonulllnjr national Intureiti with those of Kurono. Tho proleutad nuirrloKo of thn Duko of Genoa wan a liVNh plutlffo of sympathy Iwtwoen tho Itnllrui and Ourmnn puoplos. Kovortliiff to internal affaire, tha King safdi "Now thut tho destinies ot Italy are In your hands, no forulgn force from within or without con Impede your examination of great civil und social problems. You will Ihua mid to the glories of Ronwn Italy, tha pacific glorloa or new Italy." Tlio Klnif'a iipeoou was much cheered, particularly that portion rulat- inir to an improvud organization of tbe Army and Navy. Qunen Mnrgberlta, tba Prince of Naples, and otbnr mumberaof the royal family were urssunt at the reading of the spcooh. Thirty Radical inernbttm absented thorn- solves from tho opening so as to avoid taking tao oath to tho King and to tbo Constitution. Blgnor Coccnploller, thu Radical Deputy, whoso election caused a groat sensation, waa In Jits place, but his presence caused no mani- festation. On tho King's returning from tho opening of Parliament there was a popular demonstration iu bis honor before thu Qulrlual. BRITISH HOUSE OF COMMONS. Mil. PLATFAin DENIES OAPT. NOLAN'S NINTU FROOKDOBIO HULK ADOPTED. LONDON, Nov, tho Homo of Com- mons this afternoon tho night Hon. Lyon Play fair, Chairman of tho Committee of Ways and Moans and Deputy Speaker of the House, most emphatically denied that he sent a mas- sage to Capt. Nolan at tho time of tho suspen- sion of tho Irish members last session threat- ening him with suspension, as stated by Capt. Nolan last night during tho discussion of tbo ninth rulo of procedure. He had never heard of tbe matter until It was mentioned last night. Tbere WAS not one sbrod of foundation for tbe statement. Copt. Nolan maintained tbat tha Third Clerk of tho House convoyod tbo mes- sage to Dim, but, when questioned by Air, Gladstone, hu said it wns not communicated ae coming from tbe Chuir. Tho discussion of tbe ninth procedure resolu- tion was continued. Mr. Gladstone made a further concession to tho effect tbat collective suspension should only be applied in cases of willful disregard of tbe authority of tne Chair. Tbe rule wan adopted by a vote of 101 to Tbo limit of terms of suspension for o (Tenses after and including the third la fixed at one month. Lord Randolph Churchill has placed a fresh batch of amendments to the procedure rules on the tuble. But for this action the opposi- tion to the remaining rules would be merely nominal. CURRENT FOREIGN TOPICS. LONDON, Nov. condition of the Archbishop of Canterbury is unimproved. He is very restless at night. Tbe Empress of Austria will be at Comber- mere Abbey la January bunting season. Sir Thomas F. Wade, Minister at Peking, contradicts tho statement that he will not re- turn to China. Tbo Dailu rays it believos that tne Chancellorship of the Exchequer was offered some time ago to tbe Right Hon. George J. Gouchen, but was declined. Thu authorities of Aberdeensblre have agreed to send a detachment of Police to tbo Isle of Skye to assist in the serving of processes, pro- vided the Commissioners of Inverness-shire will hold themselves responsible for their expenses. In the meantime uefennlve arrangements on the Inland are proceeding. At a pittas-meeting of the Islanders of tho speakers that any tenant paying rent, unless revaluation was granted, would be a marked man. It wan resolved to take every lawful to prevent any one from taking a farm from which tbe tenant bad been evicted. Mr. Glffen, President of the Statistical So- piety, delivered his Inaugural addrem last night. His subject was the Inlluenoe ot population statistics upon political thought. He referred to the growth of the population of tbe United if continued, he sold would cause great difficulties. The masses of laborers would have to contend, under Increasing cliffl- against a fall in tbe scale of living, and probably there would eventually he a diversion of the larger part of tbo stream of emigration from Europe and the Eastern (States of Amer- ica to the north-western part of Canada. PAIUB, Nov. municipality have passed a vote in favor of tbe demolition of tbe eiit-einte ot the ot Paris. Ii. Oalllard, member of the Chamber of Deputies from Vaucluse, has received a letter from M. Solelllet, tbe French traveler, an- nouncing that be has taken possession of tbe Boy of Ta.joomb. on the African sido ot tbe Gulf of Aden, which has been ceded to him by the local Sultan. He a'ao states that he bas erected a wall round tho newly acquired terri- tory. According: to the treaty of 1630, tbe text of which was read by M. Duclerc in the Chamber of Deputies yesterday while M. do Brazzu's treaty was under consideration, tbo rights of Portugal ID Africa, do not extend further south than latitude SO'. The second performance of Victor Hugo's1 "Le Roi S'Amuse" waa given here to-ntgnc. The first performance of the play occurred 50 years ago. President Grdvy. all tho members of tbo Cabinet, M. Gambetta, the Duke D'Aumale. the Grand Duke Vladimir, many Bonapartlsts, and representatives of every class were pres- ent. The scenery was perfect, and tbo per- formance wns a fjreat success and wag enthusi- astically received. Victor Hugo occupied a box in tbo theatre. .GIBRALTAR, Nov. the Cuban refugees were surrendered Macro's wife, son, nephew, and sister-in-law wero conducted out of tho Knglish lines with them. MADRID, Nov. explosion of gun- powder, caused by an accident, occurred In tho barracks here to-day. Nearly the whole build- ing waa blown to pieces and 15 soldiurs wero injured. CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. Porto Is trying to ascertain tbo views of Germany on the Egyptian and- Tunisian ques- tions. At a recent interview of tho Turkish Ambassador at Berlin with Prince Bismarck, the latter advised that the Purtu remain quiet, as the time was Inopportune to raising the question ot supporting tbe claims of Turkey. The Porte bas agreed to several changes In tho organisation of the Army recommended by German officers. Hitherto thin advice was not acted upon. PEUBUOKK. Nov. British mon-of- Colllnnrwood, which had been on the stocks here, was launched to-dny. CATTARO, Nov. Government has declried to establish, at the beginning of the coming year, a permanent force of three bat- talions of infantry. ROUE, Nov. Eenpreir, French Am bassador at the Vatican, will present hie letter of recall to tbe Pope on Thumdav. DUBLIN, Nov. Hkibbereen to-dav a farmer attacked atd utabbed by a party of men. Hfs wounds are Three persons charged with the murder of the Huct- dys, at Lough Alaik, were to-day removed from Galway to this city. LONDON. Nov. 21 correspondent at Madrid hoe rearon to Iwlfeve that the Government will liberate the Cuban refu- gees early in December, in response to the appeal of England. The refugees will proba- blv be required to promise that they will nob return to Cuba. Mr. Malley, counsel for the Maamtranns hat forwarded to tbe Viceroy a memorial praying a commutation of sentence in the of the five prisoners who yesterday pleaded guilty. A Berlin dispatch says that In recognition of his meritorious services In Egypt the Emperor of Germany has presented the Duke of Con- naught with tho Order of Frederick tho Great, This act hoe a political significance whloh tbe of a closer union between England and Germany will heartily hall. GERMANY, RUSSIA AND AUSTRIA. BKHLIK, Nov. von Hntifoldt, Gorman Secretary of Btato. will bold an inter- view with M. do Glen, the Russian Foreign Minister, having returned from Bllosla for that purpose. Baron Mobrotihoim, tho new Run- elan Amhatsftdor at London, ban arrived bora, and hai vlsltod M, do Uteri. U. do Glare left iiore to-day for Italy. Gen. von Hchwalnltx, German Amhamartor at Bt. Potonhurg. lias docdlod to rwiRii. and Count Ton Solnu-Honncnwnldd now Mln Inter at, Mrulrlil, hui boen rieefRiiatgd at hli sucroiwor. Tho Crown Prince of Auntrla hni accepted an Invitation to Join a hunting party of tue Prussian Court Delate on tho budget wai beaun (n Dlot to-dnv. Herr Rlohter, tho mart dUtlnguUhed opponent of tbo budget, was account uf lllnttsN. The Clorkml leader, tlvrr Hchnrla- mer, Invited tha Conservatives to go hand In Band with the UltramontanoN on all questions. VIKNNA, Nov. Anli-Semltlo excesses have occurred In tho neighborhood of burp ami Prelautsoh. Troops were dispatched to too disturbed districts, and a number of ar- rosts woro made. Placards anil pamphlets have boon discovered at Prelautsoh wblch emanated from secret societies. BRITISH CONTHOL IN EGYPT. CAIRO. Nov. report prepared by BorollI Boy, Publlo Prosecutor, In whloh he summarises tbe evidence directly connecting Arab! Pasha aid the other rebel leaden with tbo burning of Alexandria and tbe massacre of Europeans, was submitted to the Khedive this morniuir and approved. It will be pre- tinto  held In reserve to begin work at that time. About U o'clock to-nlgut, tho ine falling from the sides of the shaft on tho protecting platform hut! formed In a few minutes u nrnna of nernral aatl the whole structure gave way, down with a lerrlflo rush on the mnn at DID foot and imrylog them beneath the HRtohfonl and wereoruslied and. li. Is thought, killed Inntantlv un- der the lull weight of the fulling Ice and timbers. Hohertu aluo met with a r.evere blow, which drove his elbow through his side. whloh a ghastly bole was made. The struggle In the narrow pit was frlnntful. All tbe extlpirufohoiJ, and the of tmlu and terror nro described as apuulllng. Watklnit gave the to hoist the burkut. esi-ended to the Diamond up the obtained a light, and then returned to the relief of HI" light went out. but he man- aged to put tbe wounded man In ttm bucket. %nd placing Umbers over his hoad tn protect him from the rubbish, miuoavded la getting him out. The older meu also escaped. Tlia soene nt the mouth of the Mmft. where hundreds of punons ansemhiod. was pitiful. The falling Ice made It a hazardous luhtogodown. but volunteers wnre not wanting, ft wan dtnuovered that Ratuhford and Hughen were burled so deep thnt It would cost A (treat effort to estrlcata their bodlon, and up to mldnluJii ihtiv iiad not buen taken out. Crowds of people aro at tha ncene, and great nxoltemunt It Is probable that the dead will uot be taken out of the pit he fora morning. PAINFUL SOKNK )N COVRT. SPRINGFIELD, 111.. Nov. tho Circuit Court at Taylorvtlle to-day Miss Emrrm Bond, tho victim of a gross outrage In Juno last, the of wbluh the public well appeared before tUc Orand Jury. 8he was Lut reuently to leave hor bod, nnd during the examination she was overtaken wltb the paroxyvma whloh Imve so often come near causing her death. Mndtunl atd was culled, and Mio was lutu- porarlljr restored. Tho examination pro- ceeded with again, and she was again pros- trated. Again she wan restored and tbe exHmlnatloa renewed, when she was seized a third time. Iu thin epasm ber Bufferings were terrible, and ber screams revounded through tho building and were heard trie streets more than a square distant. She WHS finally quieted and tnkeu to ber uncle's borne In the suburbs uf the town, where she was lying In a prccurlon con- dition, though resting uomparatlvuly quietly at a Into hour to-night. A PEMOCIiATIC JVBILKE. EABTON, Fenn., Nov. Democrats of Eanton and tbe adjoining portion of Northampton 1 County bold a Jubilee over the result of the recent elections. Bonldes several hundred from Enston there were In line tho Aruerlcus Cluti, of Allentown; tho llitnrook Legion, of Bethlehem, and mauy countrymen on bonehaok. Wagons, sLeamont. and the llko completed tho 'up of tbe purade. There was considerable bouse lllumlnntlou. and a very profuao display of lire- works.__________ ________ A rnESENTIMKXT OF COMING VEATII. MONTREAL, Nov. Stewart, whose was drowned In tho Lachine Canal some time ago, told a neighbor this) morning that she i wascolng to die during the day. Sbe begged tho woanu to remain with her, as she bad a horror of (lying alone. To the surprise of bor neighbor slio died shortly before 11 o'clock. ZffD OF AN INSVRASCB COUP A NY BOSTON. Nov. Franklin Insurance 1 Company, a stock company, of Boston, organized In lan. Toted tn-dav in olaM no IU MB.CONKLINGAT THEWIKES OCCUPATIONS OF A RETIRED POLI- TICIAN. HOY AND WHY FOX WAS DEFEATED IN CORS- LINO'B AND THE OP A DAtfAOIKO DOOUMKHT. UTICA, Nov. who thinks 01 Ixos- coe Conkling M to entirely In his law practice as to be oblivious to political movements and details is mistaken. Tbe re- cent campaign In this State, and particularly in this tbe ex-Senator to be wide-awake to the present and tbe future of Mr. Dwlght experience in the Flnt Congressional District of Itself might prove nothing, ae Mr. Coukllnpc Ingeni- ously, If not inpenuously.explains tbat with two Democrats to choose between he preferred the itralght-out antl-Blalne Belmont But be can offer no surb. excuse for sending orders Into tbli district that the Republican candidate for Congress, Samuel H. Fox, must not be elected, That ha did this the are too clear to bo successfully denied, Bamual H. For hu bien a Republican from the birth of the Is a clou manufac- turer, and, while he hai not been aotlve ID po- litical uffalrs, his sympathies havo been with tha One year ago he was the Republican candidate for State Senator and wai defeated. Tha Btalwarti do not deny that they defeated him, and It ii a faot that they wero open In their work against him before and on election day. Thli year attain ware in a large minority In tUu nominating convention. They avkwl tho majority to nom- inate Mr. Fox for (.'engross, promising to give him united and varnost support. Tlioy prufoHoil to Jwiro an opportunity to mako auiemb for tliolr autlon In IbUl. Ohlttf among thoso urging tba nomination ot Mr. Vox, and DledRlng Stalwart support wai William H. Comituak, ex-Heglkter In liimkruptuy. and leader of tbo Conkling forces in Unelda County since Charles M, Uvnnlson vacated that position by adhering to the for- tunes of Uov, Cornell. Mr. Fox WHS nominated. Tho Stalwarts have since frauk- ly confesRod tbat they cared .not so much for tbe umn, but they Loped by putting ulm on the ticket to 1'orcn the Utira 'herald to coast? its opposition to Folger and Carpenter. Thu itratupKin failed of being good by not tm- ing elfvatual, but the main body of tbo Stal- warts respected their pledges anil manifested a iiurpose and desire to secure tbe election of Mr. Fox. There was a nuddcn change of front on Thursday, Nov. U, flvw days before election. then posxod around thut Mr. Fox WOK not to Le elected. Un Nov. 8 the treach- erous plrui for defeating htm was proolnlruwd by circulars sent to all parts nt the county and published In tbo Democratic organ here. Tbe document wax lu the following tvrms: UTICA, Nov. fl. 1889. Hepubllcsns, before the sun this day organise auouiuilltett of niiUtv In your election dlitrlul. The trenchery of the tHlca to tlio Itepubll- mn candidate for Governor can be rebuked end rendered abortive by prompt and feirlftss action. Orgmilxo a of safi-ty ID snub elwoilon dlitrlut of tbe county to nt.md guard Irotn tbo opening to the vlosliig at the For rauh Kvvuhlloan voter who votes for the Democratic usudldatu for Governor the committee should tlnd u llopulillcan voier who will votu for tne Dumouratlo local ticket, snd thus euusllie the cutting. Tlio Stale and onuntytlokets should stand or fall together. When a liMif-bresd outs Folger, let a KniiubllvHn out Kox end nil the reit of the local iluxet. Let the reiuonslblllty rest on the ma- lignant lunatics of the lu sll vases where refuie to vote opunly fur Folgor, sltih Into the local lluket with vigor. It Is a poor rulo tlmt won't work both wayi. Organize ttt once By order of CENTRAL COMMITTEE. The .local authors of this circular were un- derstood to Le A. D. Johnson and William H. Uoinstock. Both hold Ferierul appointments under Arthur. Ite inspiration was from tho office of tbe busy lawyer in New- York. Tbere were Stalwarts even who were Indignant at it Tboy bad pledged their sup- port to Fox and worked lor mm. To turn short around and opoose him at the last, thouRh ordered to do no by the big boss, wan so self stultlfviug and treacherous that many refused to follow their They pre- pared and published acaid denouncing tbe Htnlwart circular as tbe work of nnd "urgently requesting all Republicans to use every honest endeavor to counteract" effects and "give thoir most earnest support to tbo nominees of tbe Republican Party, both Stuto and county." William U. Corustock was one of tba (reluctant) of thin card, and among others wus Postinunter Judson T. Stevens, whose appointment is yet to be con- firmed. Un the day before election a second cut- throut clrrnlur was issued by the Stalwart Ontral in terms similar to those of the tint, hut even more urgent, for thu de- feat of tbe Republican local ticket The local ticket defeated, and that rloicoo ConklitiK directed Republican opposition to it bus kevn clearly Between Nov. a and 7 Mr. Comitock held Interviews with various Stalwarts, the lieutenants of tbe Uuelda land, In which the substance of his talk was this: Tim bus written to Jurlga Coxo tbat Fox must not be elected. 'Tlmr means the Fena- tor, as you know. He Spriggs elected. Sprlggd will help to secure Stoveiu's confirma- tion. Mr. Fox Ts friendly to Roberts, (Ellis H. Roberts, editor of tbe Utlca and will counsel with him. He will not servo our purpose. Hln election will stronghon the fac- tion against Mr. Colliding, will be balled as the Senator's defeat In bis own home, and will strengthen and help Blalne in By such aruumenu. In Mr. Conkllnjz's name and avowedly on vrders euilnating from blui. Mr. Comitock sought to array Stalwart Re- publicans against tba Republican candfdat- for Congress whone nomluutlon bo onked and in uebttlf be bad pledged his enrnost support and that of bis faction. And these) appeals be continued to make after tho appear- ance of tua card, which hu ulantttl, denouncing the circular of tbe Stalwart Central Commit- tee." Mr. Comstock owns a ttUO brass mwlul. thecnrrespondont of Judire Coxe, Is Timothy Gnllitb. ror many yoarn Mr. Conk- ling's private secretary and personal and now with him In his New-York law oftlre. Judge Coxe" IH Mr. Conkling'ri nepbow. and is United States District Judge by 1'rwiiilont Arthur's appointnientbecaune of tbat relation- ship, Mr. Comstock furtbor Impreesexl on those with whoui he talked tbat''Fox muvt have no more votes in Onolda County than JudifB Folper baa. If ho does hnvo tho cneuilen of the tienator will beruld it ns his defeat and tbe triumph of Roberta and Elaine." Such being tho part of ex-Senator Conklfng IB the Congressional contest iu the district which repeatedly elected him to Congrcra, and tbe plea havlnc been made in his thut by so much no Folger's minority exceedetl that of Mr. Fox by so much would hfs own home influence lie considered inferior to thut of his enemies, it Is worth while to glance at tho ver- dict of the voters. Mr. majority over Mr. Fox was 1.070. Mr. Cleveland's majority over Judge Folger in the same district was Ae the Democrats car- ried the county on Justice lor Sessions by majority, it would seem that 7S4 Republicans olxsyed and "cut tho local ticket" But, in fact, tbe number was much smaller, aa a good many Republican working men voted aualuht Mr. Fox for reasons of tLelr own. But tbe figures, in any light they uiav be viewed, show bow ineffec- tual Mr. Conkllng's efforts were to prevent Mr. Fox running a Mead of the Administration candidate for Governor. But tbe dishonor of electing a bitter Democrat to Congress in place of a good Republican Is his beyond ques- tion. Thesn are understood to be In pos- BPSslon of Mr. Pitddpn, Chairman of tbe Couuty Committee, wbo will in due time make report to tho full committee. .-Jlavl a well- nnnr SUCCESSFUL CHECK-RAISING. BUFFALO, Nov. weeks ago dressed strasgcr vlsltod tbe Bank and stated that be was about to engage In tbe lumber business and wanted to open an account. He aid his name was James T. Watson and that he was from a city In tbe eastern part of tbe State. lie deposited In currency and departed. Going to tho Manufacturers and Traders' Bank, he made a similar statement, end passed over 81.000.-which was duly credited to bis aooouut. A day or two afur he out of eaoh of tite bankj si portion of the deposit On Friday, two weeks ago. be depos- ited la the Bank a draft for 91.700 by a bank In a Peoniylvanla city, and In the Man- ufacturers aod Traders' Bank a draft for f.'MCKJ made by a Cleveland bank. Both drafts wore payable In New-York. The neit day be "checked." ai the banklar phrase goes, agslnit tbese drafts, leaving bat a small reildue to bis credit. On Monday a telegram from New-York announced to tbe Bank tbat ths draft It bad tent on suspected of being railed from to Search WM msde for Watson, but he was not to M found, nor could any trace of ttie thief be obtained a moit dill- eent Inquiry. The ana traders' Bank draft had alio been raised from This was paid by the New-York bank. LIVES NKEDLE89L7 SACRIFICED. ntBrrioixNcr OF THE PROVIDEHCB AT THE RECENT FIRE. NOT. corrected list of casualties from tbe fire hsre Tuesday noon gives three df albs, ose other oase tbat will ter- minate fatally, one tbst Is In a critical condition, and seventeen badly burned and braised. His learned tbtt la a portion of tbe four-itorjr building wbsre tbe Are ooourrsd there wu not a sleds hydrant a line of bose, a sprinkler, or a flre> esospet that by mistake tbe firemen ulsyed Into oosa doorwav from wbloh smoke wu rolling out. thst Ibsy wsro Dlsy- Ins; upon tbe Ore, whsreu la reality tbo water went BO further thsu a wooden psrtlilon on tbe utber side of wklob the fire wu burning- fierce- ly. Tbedlitsnoe from the f round to lhe windows put of whloh the tarror-itrluksn msn sna ilrli was rtf feet. The Ispnth of two of the ladders, wnluh were dlsuurded bv tbe kddermen lu order that the ueary flre-siaace might be run up, was HO foet. cine o( the oldoit morabsn of Us dspsrtme.nl, sn experienced sddermu, ssld to a reporter) "There Is nut and oaiijnot beany reasonable sx- fur thli terrible catastrophe. The flnt tsliiir f Mull the ItddsruMD ouirht ip Us1 lave made sn effort t---- the pstBOt and "lL .....d uie are done WNS lo cnado sii vjTort to. ladders could nave been plsos wlndowi, and from the top of thooe ......_.._____... ,______.... as a lift resort, Ths iwu large ladders I'ouldbaYe been pliosdun two hnoK larlauri ooQld bare boon futeoed to he sills or the windows. Then sn 18-foot Nader oould bave been rilsvd sirs I nit the .Illle flat roof bullalnir sdjolnlnir Ibe burnlnv structure, and from lali roof anotliur 18-foot laddur vould liafo been used to the end windows. It lyoms nranao tbat some of the laddermtm eould nol hove (nought to unsbln one or the of rope which they carry for juit thli purooie. sud, running up tba ladders, have tosisd onu und tu lus men, and laslruutod them to mske U fail lo lorao ol Ibe raaoulnery. and illda duwn lhe roue. HIM were four ways of jrsulng out the pnor people, nut one of whloh was tdoplsd. Tbe fslie economy of oulllnir down ine number uf permanent men on lhe 'Skinner' truck hai rmd circuit. Tlia olty ordinance allow Ibe Chief KniriDaor lo unt li tana uo that truck, sad ihsy ihuuld bave been Ihure. It ths quoin li In ilio future ss U iliould be tbe men osn, If their isr- vlofi tre cot required In puttlnc UD be plyceil on lhe lu snlil the regular boisiutin. Leis jsalouiy in tbs department would bs foriu unslulnsis." An ofUolnl liiTsitlcalion wu beinn Ibis after- noon by a Coroners jury, of wbloh ine lion. A. iJoyls Is fbrsmso. TUE NEW CABLE. AH INDXPESDEST IT ITEM OT TELXORAFH TO DE ZITABLIIBXU. BALTIMORE, Nov. the banquet of the Corn and Flour Exchange, to-night, following tbe dedication of tbslr new building and ball, tbls forenoon.Mr. John W. Uarrett made along speeoa. In tbs course of which he laid: A remarkable combination ooourrsd recently of all tbe cable Intersits between Europe and tbe United States by which otiargss were grsstly la- oreaisd. and under which cables, slthouib lent by iheEngllili and French lions, were lubjeotsd to the lupsrvtilnu of the Weiturn Union Corn- puny. In order to ttit whether any varia- tion eould effected from this extraor- dinary plan an application wu mude ou half of tbe Bait more and Ohio Company tu the of ibo Direct Unltud Cable Compauy, of whlub Mr, Julia Fender, of Londou. hreildvot, whetner the and Ohio Cum- peoy oould forward osblegrsnis to 1'runue by that coniuany without going through thu ef tbe wViurn Union Company, u unleu tbli aiiursnoe vould obtalued. Balttmoro sad Uhlo Company would prefur lo tbe malli. The to llili Inquiry was that thlioouid unlr be dona with understanding tbat should tnote uabltigrums contain anything affeutlog the Union Company In any way It would be tbe privilege of llmi unrapsur to Inspect sod that all received from the otbar tide are sent dtrtui to the Wuiiurn Union main office, from there dlitrlbutod. "In to carry out the Independent system of telegraph for the Culled not only by land, but by ocean. It was determined lo it cable for the transmliilon of In connec- tion with the Ualllinore and Ohio lacu syitem, and I Jmve the vatiifactton of to you.gnnilemen, 10 Interexied In tne privacy mid effec- tive baudllug of Kuropean cables, that upon tbe plan being preientea leading In London and the Lulled Imme- diately all the rnuoey rwjuliite for tbn prompt tonilructlun of a CHhle between Euroue ana tbe United with all the lateit Improve- sud of thu moit reliable chawUr. sod tliat cable will he promyily bulU lu llie man- ner and at tba lowent coil." AQKNT IN TROUBLE. TIIA.N8ACTIOSI IX CORN THAT CAUSED THE ARHEST OF A TRAVELIXO MAM. CHICAGO, Nov. capals suit was begun luppretied In order to enable tbs Bherlff to serve bis David Dowi Co.. against Charles Ivei. a traveling freight agent of the Burlington. CeJsr Rapids, and Northern Railroad Company, ana son of tbe Huperlntendent uf tbe road. The affidavit leU lorth that on tbe 4th of Auiiuit Ivss msde a oon- Iraot with Ii. J. Uarrliou, of Uurllmrton, Iowa, to lull Hl.OuO buibsls of uoru at 41 ucuts s to puy on acoouut before thr grain vrai delivered. Two after hu sn unwmnnl with Co. to buy WQ.IWU tuihcli of ooru of tlitin.puylng S8.0UO uaih, giving hli for and usilRQlng hli O'lDtract with lUr- rlnou to souure the bsltnct of 7'hn rcoelved wure to be employed In paying then Dotes nnd the uuiocured bulaiiue. Irti. It Is alleged, rei-eUod lume orlb rsoslpti calling for 60.UOJ huiholi of corn, and hni of them, but hai fulled tu explain haw. or tu pay off tlio balance clue Co. lie at tlio Graid Paultlu Hotel on day, but onuld not Dive any account of tba com ru- Oflred. and refuted tinfttle, vlalmlugthiil heuaver Intruded tu puy: that Dowi Co. could not i-nllect Boythlng of lilra, beuvuia bis salnry would be drawn In edvam-e and they mluht wMlitle for thalr ruouey. When Ivei learned that H capias WHI out fur hit arrei he voluntarily tame forward and oaTe a IxinJ In tbe sum of as required by Judge Damum.________ IK. DVNLAP d CO.'a CRRMTOJiS. BOSTON, Nov. meeting of the credi- of W. II. Dualap Co.. bout and inoe Keokuk, Iowa. WHS held bere this afternoou. II. ycott attorney for the dubtora, was pro- ent and made a statement of tholr which uf 00. uf wtiluh J75.H1U IK unsecured. The nominally aKgrwate Mr. Unwell offered tlio creditors V> centi on a Collar. The crodllon nmol- fcnteti no 10 accept tho ofTor. Tlier thought the Qrm could pay a much larcer dividend, and regitrded ibo failure of mob a that they ought to (how the firm no favur lift he mu'ter of H Kottlemeut. The meeting a-JJournvd without hnvlng made any perceptible progrcai to- ward BD adjustment. ALABAMA TKMPERAXCE MEASURES. MONTGOMERY, Ala., Nov. Ala- bama Temperance Convention adjourned sine die thli evening. A reiolutlou wan adopted thut no general prohibitory law be asked of the Legislature, hut un amendment to ceonrv a better enforcement of tbe proufnl llcenve law. Tliu amended section tbat tiereafter an applicant to sell shall obtain the recommendation of n majority jf the buusehulden wbo are freeholders In tbe pro oluct. atal'.ng uxJeroath that they know Ulm poueiuMid cf a good moral character and In all re- speoU u proper peraou to sell latoxlcatlng drinks. TDK HON. DA V1D DAVIS NOT 70 WKD. BLOOJUNOTOPT, 111., Nov. Hon. will leaTe to-morrow for Washington, ems tbat ail ttie of bis marriage ao- _______lo take place during November are with- out aoy foundnllnn. and friends are of tbe opin- ion tliat there was not tho ihiulow of truth In the rumor. ________ AID FOR MRS. JOUff BROW If. BOSTON, Nov. entertainment to- nluht In aid of tbe widow of John Brown, at tbe Hawthorne Rooms, was contributed to by Julia Ward Mme. Schiller, Oltrer Holmes, and Ueorjf Ileosobel, and netted about SSM, TUE FLURRY IN STEEL TEE CAUSE8 OF IT AND THE ABLE OUTCOME. INFLUENCE COKOHEBfTOHAlt ACTION OR THE. IHTEHVIEWi WITH PHOMINEWT BTEEL AND IBOS FIGHT ABOUT THE TARIFF. Nov. 22.-TVilliam Chisholm, President of the Cleveland Rolling Mill Compaar. la an Interview to-day, said that at the present oosi of making stasl rsJli and at tbe market prloe ob- tainable for the product tbslr company did not care to continue tbe manufacture and to oontt Into any competition with tbs figures at whloh othef were taking orders. Bald be: "Thadst maod is lljjht and tbe market falling. Of coarse, railroad miDogers will not order evsn fortbell current lemands as long as they expeat to pur- obsse soon at svsn a lower rrloe tbeq DOW." When asksd If the expectation that tier newly elented Ci egress would oat rsmore tbe> present tariff restrictions did not bsvs somethlosj to do with the present condition ol affairs, be answered! "CsrUlnlylt bas In thli way, thai M long ss tbe parlies requiring nlli eipeat Congress to removs the duty and In thst wir bring down, ihsy will not buy except u ibsy are eom- pelled to lupplf Immediate nssdi, but If thst flutf Is rsmoved It will olose up sriry itesl mill ID Vnlud lutes." When asksd as to the rsnsrsl itesl rnsrksfbe ssldi We are making tons of stssl srerr and polling It to various usei. Of course, the entire steel market will be nffeoud hyths present flunTi bat not rouah u rsJIs. Tbere U DO telling, whs! may ootns." CHIOAOO, h'ov. I doubt very sslu Mr. 0. Pottrr. Trsildent of North Chi- cave Kolllsg Mill Company this morning, "tne siaisment tetegrsplisii last nlgtit from Kttiburc tbat Vanderbllt has purobased tons of rails it 140 ft ton. I do not Ullcvs tbat the Zsstern flrros can msnnfsoturs and sell at thst pnee. but It they ean It mesus lower iirlcei In tbe West thsn have yet resabed, Forty-six dollars a, ton ii at fow M rullr hsvs ret bssn sold Hire, ifld if ihsy osn be bouglit for tan be bouiiil for Infchc Kast tnsy can be sofd bsre for about M, oy inmipprta- lion is the Summer-time. The year IbM will M one of iireal deprenlou for Ibs mills, for Ibs slm- pis reainn tbtt thers urn two inns lo be BKDU- faotured for onv too required, Ibe demand belotso muvb kits thin the vupply. If the mllli run lo thslr lull osDsolty. It is ImpoMlble there osn Le auy rlis In crlosi yoar. >'one of the weiiera bare orrlere eoQuab lo carry tbem through IHtO, sud this Win- ter will prare the trylns: lo Ibsm oil. Our are Hill rannlDK on full and we tball try bard lo keep them itolng. Ths italement lhal 1 am Intsreited In bsvlnii a irsnsral oloslns; ot tbe tnllli hsre. so 1 can move our oily works lo bouib CMosjro. In lhe mssntlme, li wholly untrue. Much a would Involve a very lam con. und 11 not and nil not been contemplated. What addition! are mads to our plant will, bow- ever, naturally be mads al Ibs tooth, where we eaa manufacture obsupsr. But, while the dipreulon ooolluuei no addllloui, of course. wlU. bo How about Uriffr "Tbs uncertainty lu regard to the sotlon Ihlt Conirreii may take on ths tariff may alio be In- to one of oauiei of Uie prsisnt de- nrenlon. The tariff OD usel rails li at pret- snl 198 a ton. Tho propoied lo Ibe Tariff Comraliilrm tbat U be rsdooed to BO, and Ine oommUitnn will, It ls mske inch a recommendation. Bul certain Con- proposed a reduction lo 114, and railroad people, waiting for poinibly luwsr prices, bave not yet bounul thslr rails fur next year, Tbeie lower pricn, you may mean Sodllib rail i If Conirrsis made luch a rsduotlon." PITTBBURO, Nov. Iron manufao- tnren of thli oily rto not irree with the Eaitern manufacturers, who disposed tn In- dulse In Hloomy ipeoulstlnni In rerard to the faturs of tee Iron and iteel trade. A larce number of the moil prominent mnmifaatarers were Interviewed to-day, and none anticipated any nrloui break. Ttie mills ire all doing a fair buslneis. and. while none are ruihsd with orders, eveiy pound of Iron cow manufactured li beingcuniumsd. Tne nail trade li generally dull nt tbti period, tut now, on tba contrnry. ths nail factories are very busy, and plenty of are oomlntt In. In to ilio scare, a prominent manufacturer itated that tbers wai a cood profit In BrMrmer nt per ton, lo the contrary noiwithilandlnff. and that ttie ralli could be made bsre for leivlnic -S of a martin for profit. A. F. dent of tbe Iron Asioclatten. ipeakluc tha wme subleot.Mla: Tbe Benemerinen havemadv alarue pronL bnl now. wheo over-production has come. they Dud thalr and thitlr flnt ob- leut to reduce the price of labor In order to do thli they rndenTorlni lo tlmt the entire bottnm hai dropprd out of tlie builnen. Auothur point li to lufluencs Initiation and venlany further reduction of the rite on iteel PHILADELPHIA, Nov. It become known that between the Iron ore UToiluolna Intar- citi and Heuemer itvel Intertill a fluhl tn PMB- In cunsequenue of the of iteel tuen tn prevent an Inert un uf tlie tariff duty on The Iron snd Steel Anoclatlon called a conven- tion at CrtMon a couple ot monthi aao nnd a m- pnrt In favor of (1 cor ton at a minimum for Iron ore was adopted. Subiequently. fur ths take of entire bHrmncy. the ore men yielded to a compromise plaulnr the rolnlmutii rate at M cento, which wai unanfmouily however, the Bcitemer InterrrU are na. hav- Init already df mantled throuuh 8 M. Feltun. of the Penniylvanla Steel Company, and Joipph W'harton. of the Bethlehem Company, a rate not hlthirihanK a Ion. Luring Ittll tbe Importation of fonjluD for Eeiiemer amounted to "HS.ST7 toni. and the Americas ore demand- Inittuuh Increaie of turfff ai will counteract In future luch heavy ootiiumptlon uf torvliru BCRANTON, Nov. of a reduction In to lake effeat Ceu. 1. were polled up In all the drpartmenti of the LaoVawnnna Iron and Coal Compuny'i worki to duv. The amount of Ibs reduction Is not iDerlrted, snd the aeneral manacsi rofuied to state what It would adding thai each workman couM ascertain Infor- mation from ine foreman of hit df part men t The reduction hM been CNUI d by the con- tract recently made by tlio oumpany for 80.000 of at the low prlre of ton. Several of workmen who have loen thli evening nppenr Ht (ho pronMrt uf lowet wane', hut drollne tu lay what tliev will do. at tliey liHve net had time to tAke notion. Tbe com- pany hu aliout mnn on Itn DUX rolli, and mure Iban will bo affected bv tbe reduced UA1L -CHICAGO, Nov. number of tbe Chi- cago bants received a circular to day from tbe First National Bank of Denvar, Col., say- Ing: Freauent wholesale robberies of tbs Vnlted BUtei mall between berv and New-York City oomovl us to Inue Ibis circular. Commencing In Decerobor. 1M1, eud conlloulngup tn the pioi ont time we J.uve lost, oil an average, su entire mall each month for Nev York ana Naw-Lnidand. Uuroe muulhi thvy taku two. u In Oolnlwr. when tho th'evoi itole thoiu of tha and But. If remllloiu-ttl duo frorri UK for oollrrilon othxr matien full tc reach you i-n ?lum us iiromutly. and duplicate drafli will be lorwnrded al oiu-e liuva Informed the peital eulhorltlM ol theta wlioleiHle tlicy of the Imnk hire lay that nunc ol thuir rvmllUncee to Dcuver huva beeu A COLLKQK PROPPS-VOX OX TRIAL. ANN ARBOR, Mich., Nov. Froth- Inenam. of the Modlcul of tbe Michi- gan Unlvcnlty. Imi bad a hoarlnir before the Faculty on chorKon nroferrcd by Mr. Mor- gan that In fe turn be had rxmde reaiiirkB Hhiiuiit and had laid thnl all mlDlaturx were Ham. A Is rue of exarulueJ. inotl deuled "int inch laiitiiim- us tlmt attributed lo 1'rof. Krolhink'ham had ht-en 1 he verdict of tbe Faculty uot yet bern umdo known. THK PITTSVVHG OH. MARKET. PiTTSBCKO, Nov. uncertainty as to the capacity of tbe Anchor Well (till to affect tho market. Uunder bullish thli tuornlnt, the oucnlna aalcs wore mado at 91 'JO. bul H n-uclloi.' 'ojmcdlaiely followod and do- ollned to SI at noon a little firmer al ITki. At the nflernoon ttie market wai wtak and eTcltod. dollnlni from Jl at the openlnc to (l 18 ul tlic- a drup uf T couli fruio the biKheil polut of tho day. UARBlAGEOf A SUVTUKHN JOURNALIST. NABDVILLE, Nov. Robert J. O. Miller, of the Manner, and Mlaa Lena U McDonald were united In marrlairo at tho McKendree 
                            

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