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   New York World (Newspaper) - December 9, 1890, New York, New York                                Her KindlingWood Read flELL NELSONS Tale of One Poor Family in TODAYS EVENING TTIAN THAT to AUJ SSenn Sit tine Sttttt otct Itjtn Sit bie Hminnceit ouf ber Itfclfn JDiontao unb Sonnabtnb htb bclonbtrt steflentaae i ievs Biffinc 3reife an eiefen JJtfcn PRICE TWO NEW PRICE TWO by the Best depicting THE WORLDS NEW HOME in the RULiTZIEIR BUS L D JJSJ GL THE EV1OST ARTIST8C SUPPLEMENT EVER ISSUED BY AMY M ILdlBIl XIVT OB TIEIE IESIEJ isnswEsxs WITSX ORDER YOUR WORLD TOD AN APPEAL TO PARNELL TRANSFERS THE SEAT OF WAR ACROSS THE SOME OP HIS SUPPORTEKS TO COME TO I r JllcCnrtliy Quietly Itchulieg OGormnn Blnlioii Still Full of Ulnho No Duvilt Will Follow Pnrncll Into land iinil Oppoao the Pretts rulliahinv rcrlt ISPECIAL CABLE ZIESlATCH TO THE 1 Parnell decided late last a long consultation with the Irish members who have stood by to address a tublic mooting at Dubli tomorrow in which ho will cxplai the position from which ho has to fight i the coming Parnoll was i tho House of Commons last ati voted in two divisions against the Govern fighting Balfour at every PARNELL READY FOR Be Will WURO It Iu Ireland Himself tin Send EnvoyH Cork re ferring to ParneUs determination no to abandon tho Irish says tha unless a united people force him to rotir the result will be disorder and disunion ii tho party and evils to tho tho one of which tho present generation will no Tho Cork Examiner Bays Parnolls Englis career is The Examiner thinks Pai noil ban overrated his ability to secure th return of men to Parliament to take tb piacos of tlio members of the party who op pose Parnoll KOOB to Ireland H will deliver a address at Leinsto and afterwards proceed ti Loneford an He has told his friends lie will re constitute a National He will bo accompanied on his coming tour through Ireland by the most active o his Before his departure from Xtogland for Ireland ho will isrXie amurf festo to tho people of the latter country It will be signed by all his in eluding who haa heretofore been regarded as doubtful in his Parnell will send a mission to the Unitec States for tho purpose of placing beforo tne American people his sido of the controversy that lias arisen in tho Nationalist Sir Wilfrid writes that he hopes tho Paruell episode will prove blessing in disguise for tho thousl ho can hardly see through the disguise Tlio Healy Gaelic Athletic Association hai ndoptod a resolution rooucsting Hoaly abandon his present ooaition and support The subscriptions to tho fund being raised for the purpose of establishing in new daily ipor devoted to the interests of th autiParnollito section of tho National ist party have already reached many thou sands of Tho Tipporary Town Comrnistiioners have adopted a rcuolutioii declaring that they have lost coniidouco in The McCarthyitos ln o warned Sir John Pope Uounessy that they will oppose him if ho stands a Parnollito candidate for tho Beat iu tho of Commons for North Kilkenny mteie vacant by tho death of An idiotic report has been circulated to thoefleot that Paruell each day took the oliair at tho meetings of tho Home Killers with a loadod revolver in his Par noil himself took tho trouble of denying saying to a reporter that ho had not carried arms for tho hist two and that ho would not think of going armed to a moot ing of hia Thomas Power OConnor is men tioned as likely to be editor of the now daily paper which itis proposed tp establish in Dublin in the interest of tho antilarnell suction of tho Irish Parnell has sent a despatch to Mil dccliniiiE an oftur of 000 for 100 the around that tho Government wan ine tho House with contempt in not explain ing the provisions of the Subsequently Healy withdrew his mo tion to adjourn and substituted an ament mcnt callinc for tho rejection of tho Lau Department This was an tho bill passed its second reading by a vot of 101 to Pnrnell entered the House just befor tho Ho took a soat text to Mr McCarthy and as did all tho Iris members of both sections agaius the Smith announced that who the House reassembled on tbo Pr vato Procedure and Tithos bills would b first taken Balfours Irish Belief whicl asks an appropriation of to onabl him to supply sood potatoes to distress passed its Uiird roadies in tli HEALY BlnCnrthy Wnlna Him Jroni Inrnelln Sum in Hie The autiParuellito members of tho House of Commons mado an eavy appearance in tho House of them entered tho chamber in a body and took tho principal places on tho iirst four benches below the with a view to thn Parnellitos from occupying their usual Nolan and John Deasy entered later and contrived to secure IluiioHs fcciU bad jjeon ho having at an earlier hour affixed a ticket to llealy arrived later than his When ho entered ho took Pariiella but Mc Carthy warned him to vaoato The party appeared to be in excellent They ohecied loudly when an anti Purnellito advanced to the Speakers clair nnd moved tho issuo of a now writ lor nn election in South Kilkenny to fill the va cancy in tho House caused bv the death of Edward Tho writ was amid tho cheering of bis gavo notice that upon tho re assembling of tho House ho would cull at tention to the oircumstancos in connection with tho recent arrest and prosecution of IHIhm andOBrieu and would move a in relation to the Henry tho Government announced that when the House on tho Laud Pur ohare bill he would move an adjournment of the House until January Balfour moved the second reading of ttie Land Department Ireland Healy moved to adjourn the debate on ALL KINDS OF A SiiCRCStlon flint tho Ifattlo Do Foncli Out iu Indopoud ent Conservativo says The prospect for homo rule in Ireland at tho next olectioi are as dead as Queen Irish publi opinion points to tho continued popularitj of Tho Freemans in which Par noil is understood to havo an today advocates on its own withoi recommending the plan to cither sido or any grounds beyond its reasonableness that efforts be made by tho two factions o tbe Irish party in tho direction of concilia tion and It urges Dillon and OBrien to return from the Unii States to Paris and that all the Nationalist members of the House of Com luons or delegates from ouch section of tbo party assemble in conference in that with a full knowledge of all that has hap to decide with thorn what course to Such a tho Journa would not only prove that the sections desire to hold but would attract attention to the fact that tho men iu tho front rank aro of tho best and bravest in the Irish and will preclude the setting on foot among their own people of an utterly fatuous breakup in a temper of tho party ii took so many years to establish and consoli The Journal assumes that tho threat ol the Nocessiouists to start a newspaper in Dublin is a threat against It says it will be delighted to welcome the new jour but warns the gentlemen who may be willing to invest money in the newspaper that the hardest thing to make or unmake is a good and that this is tho worst timo to start such a fllpcit Only to response to the call issued by Justin the leader of the antiParnollito section of the Irish all tho members of the party who aro opposed to Parnell assembled today to further consider tho lino of policy to bo Copies of the call had been ad ilroBsed to Paruoll and his but it ia hardly necessary to stato that none of thorn were A council composed of eiLht Vrthur Thomas Power sexton aud was appointed to assist McCarthy in deciding tho future actions of the Tho mooting was provided over by The moetint unanimously authorized McCarthy to prepare in address to tho rish people at homo and In this ho will give the present aspect of the Irish incstion and outline tho future policy of his Sir Thomas O rattan Esmondo was ippointed an additional An adjournment was then taken until 2 clock tomorrow Tho North City Board of Electors has ittssod resolutions supporting Dnvitt tn Ilalit in a speech ut Stratford said while it oitld not bo denied that recent events had oriously endangered the cause of e was glad to bo ablo to say that during ho controversy little had been said on either ido of which Ireland neod bo Ho vas confident that both sides would remain rue to tho principle of National solftov and ho did not believe that cither Gladstone or tho British democracy vould to buck on Ireland Davitt will BO to Ireland to assist in ho campaign of the antlPiirnell In n interview Davitt said that since he osignod tho trusteeship of the League fund 10 had been uncertain as to what disposi iou was made of tho Tho amount of 000 was deposited with Munro it aris in and ho believed that since ho departure of Egnn this money had ain in tho names of Parnoll and iut it was never he that arnoll should have solo control of tha Gilhooly and The 0Qorman Mahon formally joinod the ontiPariioll SHE TS A SHIP uuu 10 OMli THE BUCKINGHAM BRINGS IN A SAD TALE OF THE A PROCESS SERVER OUTWITS THE WIZARD OF WALL HES YOUNG CAPTAIN FOULLY MUBDEBED BY HIS LASCAK Frlomli Went Down Ilie Buy lrfalcrilny tn Welcome Him nnd II U Bride Diet n Slid Ke erptinnA Manacled n Widow Trll the Slorv the When tho hie British V TikMTTT wnli and whIc II u r1 t IT1 IJT T t nmrr bovcto under the old Sunburn lli lAKjrlli JAl GOllLD Lyall came on She said to I 1 can bear this suspense no longer you must tell me why nnr ensign is floating union and 1 want to know where my hnsDand Tho breaking of tho terrible IIOWB could not longer be mil andgenllv leading her to the us best be told her of the crime that had mado her a Her grioi VIM and lor a time it required lie united exertions ot the liuilo and the steward tn prevent her from wreaking vengeance upon tho villa nous Chief Ollicer who now took command of the seeing that it was im possible o communicate with the shore at i o clock that weighed anchor and proceeded on the In tho mean time bravely bearing up against her took charge of the prcnarntionu lor tbe burial of her husbands and on tbo following day ut oclock tho mournful services of a funeral nt Bea were sndlv Iho afternoon wns dark IMl Made by the Best depicting THE WORLDS NEW HOME in the BUILDING THE MOST ARTESTIC SUPPLEMENT OR clipper ship Bnck fill gllBtK of rum swept aTORS tbe oceans sowed in lay on a grating tho alter nnljin door wrapped in lio Union crowj At a signal from tho mate the boll tolled its mournful tho crew gathered iihoiit the corpse if tlioir com while stood woepimr a I lull aTOHS LMOOCCallS iniiam camo to anchor off Liberty Island ship was hove to anil the early yesterday tlio little tu having on board a jolly crowd Brooklynites headed by Larry Garriek and James of the Prodnco Ex went alongside to welcome the re turn of Lyall and his young bride who left this port on tlio Uiiokinham on their wedding tour just a little more than a year As Garriek and his unrty wero about to make bay ring with their cheers of welcome thoBuckinhams before unnoticed was sighted ilyine at and instead of tho youthful Lyall greet ing with a look of inex pressible sadnesi and depicted upon hor camo forward loaning on tbo arm abronzou young Like a funeral conscious that some tragic event had tho led bv Lyall marched silently into the Buckinhams Here tho heartbroken bride told the Bad story of the slabbing to death of her bravo young husband by a Lascar TOE MUKDEHED CAPTAIN ANP HIS A year ago last in a Brooklyn Lyall led his charminf bride tho The Captain was a native of and his young widow and he were ihildren Their youthful friend ihip ripened into When Lyall arrived iu this port diirini the latter part DISGUISED AS A MESSENGER HE ENTER THE MAGNATES Tbo Fiitnnnn Flnnriclcr In finco ivllli Wnll Sirept Mon at lln Atlrtiipln tn ICnnrli tlm iMIIMnnnirD Hnd earsn innlrt Very Alien Jay Gould went to bed last night in an tinhiippy frame of Tho sanctity of iiis home had been a conference with other magnates of the had neen interfered nnd ho had been served with paporfl in a damage unit tho service of which ho had long Iroccssserving is ordinarily an easy thing tlio howling wind which shrinked through ior lawyers The men who aro to the ijgging mi though singing thn lend he served anticipate tho tcivico and ore ff illoy do the depths of the fathomless to roceivo tho and then Lyall was a clever export fervor is called Among those although a young commanded with credit to himself nnd to the compbln satisfaction of iheir owners the Olenhdi and thn ilo always bore bitterly at tho cabin Jlio chief officer road tho fmioral and then amid wno have a reputation for this of work is Frank a young man whoso rosy cheeks nnd juvenile air lit him for his unusual Hois of the shape to exorcise any undue towards his appearance to don almost any disguise tlio rermtntion of being kind i with under him wan never kuowi His by her womanly svm of the and in bur Had she had tlioir entire As soon us Garruk hoard the and be has tho courage iiry to perform bin To him was given tm to nerve Gamili hoard the Kid story be tool j Gould with a summons in a damage suit iiwhiip before returning home to Manhattan Hallway Company for Acting Christie reported the milldor to the British who will tnke chaiBO of the Lascar today and turn him over to Ihi United Htntes authorities to await lormnl Another inii tlnoiiH sailor was a prisoner fin tho lUickinK 1mm when she arrived a noiio named When on the High lands yesterday ho drew a knifn on the but before ho could do urn luirui bo wan overpowered and made a prisoner in the Ho attcinntiii to battun tbs down with a bin bar of iron Howastnen maimclol to the dick stanch where he was allowed toshiver for n couple of It is thought tlmt tho man Is Ho will ho turned to iho police as his oilentso wan committed in Mate besides the killing of Ciii t tells another thrilling Wlieu pit tlie Bermudas the Buckingham righted a bark flying signals of She was the from Gibraltar for und had been tossed about for fifty days by adverse during which time her entire supply of prpvnuons had become Tbo Buckingham lay bv tho bark from which a boat containing four haggard and wan sailors soon put Thoy said that they had had barely anything to eat or illink I or BO long a timo that unless assistance was mvoi they must all die of 1 lie mate tilled their boat with provisions o and amo gave them a frosh supply of water Christie thinks that with what lie itave them tho crew will have enough pro viinotm to do them until they get their VCK into of September of bo found that his hip was chartered fora trip to tho fis a Miss Maggie wan till in her distant Scottish and tho to tho East would urovont thuirmar iage on tho day which they had At onco tho cable Hashed news of the itnntion to tho and Yes was Hashed hack to his roiuest that tlio ho como to IhiH coiuitrj and hccoinohix vifo boforo the Liicidnhiini sailed on bel ong Miss llcid landed here in and tlioir wedding took ilaco at Oatricks homo in the sailor bridegroom had many Tho Dllckinham tailed for Calcutta tho lay after the nnd as she went own the bay tiie Captains young bridu toot at his a picture of contentment ud After leaving Calcutta tho hipput into and sailed rom thoro on f on her return to this a return which tho friends of and bin wife hid planned be a iimnphttl At Dundee Lyall hipped a mixed crow ot Among them vas ono Unagwan a surly loouiiiK ativoof who hud shipped ou iJuckiuham at Culcuiia on a previous voj BO to that tbough millon in waa a good Thn liuck nham left Dundee at und the cook aving been left behind tho Lascar wns ssigned to work in tio which Tat more congenial to bin On tbe loriiine the Hecoml dny at when Ihiof Oilicor Christie CBIIIO on dock hn onnd that tho starboard watch had ot rccieveil their although t wafl after 8 Tlio Lascar gave a imsy and whon ritiiimandcil he bsolutoly iKfiiBod to When in orniod of Dhasss insubordination An Everirreen James nemberoftho House of Commons for the loxton Division of with Henry was charged by 1arnell with being engaged in a oon Diracy with tho nntiParuellite section of he Iriah inembern of tho visited ladstono today and tpeut some time iu onferencii with The OGorman member of Parlia nent for Carlow who introduced Parnell to rocontly ox rcssed u deaire to challenge Parnell to ght a ho would ough t to have brought about a meeting with im had not bis doctor prevented hysioian baaed his argumont against a uel on The OGorman Mahona he eing years and the oon itiou of hii I FLKAflzn my How f I aa W wliioh oouglf va bar I sent for tho nnitinror and brought into tbe which is for ard of tho on the main k iiat trarspirod there only thu Lascar can ow as tho time tuo mato nil the sailors woie Hbortoning null 0 cry camo from thn littl and not ntil more than two hours when tbo toward gave tho did tho ships coin any know that tho craft had been the 1 a terrible IfoUuwiiiK the troinblmir steward to the afriehUu sight met his his beadresting against tin was tlie lifeless body of Before Mittnm upon n with a big Malay crosne in is was the Lascar wildly azing upon his Ho nconied lie triinnlixed with terror at iiin itly Four cruel wounds Death must have boon and tlio Captain hud been A SKIRMISH AT BUFFALO Collision Itclwcoii nitil In liinu An ApKiral lor Miles receive to day the following despatch from BtnValo Gap under date of i Yesterday afternoon a party of iiflrcn hloni io Iluraiica to tm Bid Lnnils uniilavoriil to cut un ILIU cuptnro three rhc u Ji miu in iho vicinity of the Hail no womonautchllrtrwi into this areiiorlflPSiiiuiininnltion mul nonu tins tucii iccdved ilthouih lms itiiuli Jor in oracr that the maj Hliortly after this letter was a telegram came from tho same da cd flaying liauRlnmmand Indians nail nsliftlit skinn or lio setMerfuro Gun you KTMMlv riilos and ammunition BO that can ueiriul Muufiiuu Hfilcs will leave for the scenu or tho Indian trouble A ion from it small town in Western Oliu near the Cheyenne waited upon the LoKislalure today and aMed thai im medmto protection ho furnished tboiu as they learnd an Indian outbreak at any mo Ihey reported liio Indians us en what they wlneii their antics wore simply gaged A Battle necruitina Offlnor Van tho Little Defender died Uo had been ill many and onoof tho lost plas nres of his poor littlo life wan to gather about him his littlo playmates lo form thorn into a Littlo Society to wear the bright red badge of Tho funeral taiea place tills morning at 11 oclock from liiiackelfoids corner of Iurk and East Eightyliiiit It is requested tluit as many members as possible of Jm Littlo Defender Society attend the Kirlckiii ut lulu Vihilo the orchestra of PalmerB Theatre and ho was ordered to go to tho Wizards house last night and deliver tho numinous ami to him if lie started out early in tbeevcnig for the Inindsomo mansion at Eortysevonth street ami Fifth Auborn wore a gray pluid mackintosh over his dark suit of On the first application to seo Gould who bad a suiilo as expansive as his shirt declared that tho magi cian of Wail street was iu his room and was Argument with tho redfaced servant wan in Ho would not convey a menace to Gould under any circum bucansf he had orders not to do Gould had told he that ho wished nothing but and in fact would have nothing Then tho procossscrver made a bow to said good oven and Auborn was crossing Fortrpov oulh street to go to tho Windsor two messenger boys were Ono had a pack age and the other a He with tho anticipation of a smoko was the smaller of the while tbo big boy was just about Auborns Tbo promise of a pack ago of cigarettes to each and a tip mado tho big boy editor to exchange coats and hats temporarily for those of Jho exchange wan hastily made and a second attempt was made to reach But iJnttons was He would not let a messongerboy go to but ho was finite willing to carry a message said I eant deliver my message to any ono except I never did seo and Ive gnt tbo and I wont go away without having a at But Buttons was Ho bad his and no one could puss An born bad his and was determined to reach tbo Thou a now move was determined Auborn went to tho Wmdnor whore ho took off his mackintosh and Now Ill catch Ill play chappie for Ho was thun clad in a meU suit and derby and curried a nilvcr He that bo needed a high sdk He also decided that tho silk hat must be too largo ior him and settle well down on his Such a bat was obtained from a friendly liackinan on the corner of Iifth avenue and Iortysovciith who said bo was wait ing for an 11 oclock and who was guyod unmercifully by bis associates for exchanging a silker for a lint ho assured ttiem that ho bad loaned Ins hat to a cousin ol who wanted to playabirk on tbo old this ex tototbor with the excitement attendant on tbo falling of a horse on the slippery caused a lull in tho guy In tho mean limn Auborn bad entered tho palatial homo of the iind in his disgiiisn as a messenger from tbe iMevatod Bailway Companys oliico obtained an audience with hen tho process server entored tho house he was ushered to tho back parlor where hn was by Gould mid his son The latter assumed nuhor bol llgernnt attitude nnd seemed to be about to roiifint tbo But Gould inter fered and waid My what can I do for yon I havo papor hero I wisn you wnnld Auburn then handed him n letter reading as lollows JOHN IJiNiiY TAJIK JtJH Mv Hin As on old neighbor I havo triml for yearn to ictUe tht claim ill this suit rntlier limn to but It seems 1erbapa u last aupeul to you mav do some JOHN IlEraiY THE NEW SANDWICH lie Has a Kingdom fin Will 1roiio a nt a Jiarjaln Perhaps Uncle Sain lURKSON Oft POLITICS HE NOMINATES MILES PRESIDENT IN FOR S THIS THE EXPLANATION OF THE EEOENT INDIAN TEOUBLES 7 was playing Iho overture previous to tho j rising of tho curtain on the first act of At tho he handed Gould a Middleman last onoof Hiiminoiis and complaint entered bj un Inilinn Wiir NpccMnry lo Perpctn nlo Kcpnbliciin Wnyn Hint In for IMBIIOH iu 1SI2 mill Noiv Cleveland Hun No TO THE which has como to bo regarded as New Yorks political has boon tho cono of quite a remarkable political gather in during tho last few es the satheriiiK was very in cluding of Michigan of Califor RUMORS ABOUT nia Thomas of Now York Chairman of tho Now iork State Republican Committee State Senator Sliut Secretary of tbo National Republican and Low who is ono of Platts con fidential Clarkson audSonator FaBsott had the honor of din ing with President Harrison at the White House after which Senator Fassett took Iho train to Now If there is anything very deadly in tho The Iunin i cruelly butchorod to death before bo bad i timo lo or call for assist Poising an instant unnoticed the dashed at the Lascar seiz ing him by the Asked i if ho hud done the the Lascar replied in a nonchalant manner 1 kill Thosolfconfossod mur derer wan put in irons and up in ono ot the where he bus been kept over sinoe with the exception of a few hours each closely ho bus boon takou on deck to get a little fresh Iho ship wan between Fairs Isle and Hun burg Head when tho murder was oom All this timo Lyall was mer oifully kept in ignoranoo of the awful trag and after seems DlasB securely under Ollicer Christie ran the ship the loo of BimburR Head and dis played bis union as a signal tbathe wanted a boat sent to It wag his intention to have Lyall and tbe cap body put aihore that which was dot far from their old The i the eroat lee i u iu nil tibtimaiu ll paper of tot advev oufcn ocutfifle niivlb Ijnt Im ffllona Scptcmlitv Ubcr aooo bcutidjt oro6f ift btv befit bnfc Die uiillmnifl Jltm Surfe aiiatiaiigcu btn 1111 aucrtlj bet Jlinioiictii anju Slldjt nut 3 1 e o 1 1 b bie elnjlat lotlnje VliinDiicin in attnl Suvaojeu joiibctii es jit nlctcdtr gtit lucldjt edit fltilftcre Simulation unter bet bcul Well 9oiM ols itaenb elne ttiibete obec ttBotlb enttiott aHe kicldjc Dentist unb bie toetifte burdcbeutliSe linionceii tutlajt near Second because of the operation of the shuttle road has beon damaged to thn of Don t you tjiink you did wrong to reld is a difficult thine to find you at your and 1 was sent to give this to you at tho earliest hence I was obliged to call ihoro was a party of men in the back par among whom were pidnoy Diliou and Itaisell iould Bpoke in a low Georco did The latter wns visibly angered and evidently to read the riot to thn process but lie was rotraiueil by his lonng took ocoai ion to flay that a Kontlomans business ollioo was the place for I quite agree with aud I am very sorry not to havo bteii ablo to oatoh Gould I his stateniout apparently raolliflod the fUlther I will take this paper and peruse At preaent I know notbinu of tbe I may know more I have nothing to about toe matter at purpose of tho present nicotine it is dillcult to Ono remarkable thing about the meeting in that every ouc of the gentle men is quite willing to talk yet no two of them talk tho same This gives color to the statement that they have not reached any Low Payne is perfectly confident that tho Democrats will nominate while Clarkson is just as certain that they will Clarkson from the othtr Republi in having tho coinago to nay some thing aiiout what his own pnrty may want to 1 said that in tho issues will ho and that i ew issues will bring up new Cleveland will not His veto of tho Silver bill alono must kill Whom tho Democrats will nominate I dont but 1 think we shall have now men in both To say Blaine will be is lllainc is Harrisons and must stand or fall by his Dlaine is for Miles is a good He is a good and ho lias a Knowledge of needs and resources nf this country superior oven to the knowledge of Bhiino him An Indian war would bring him to tho aud ho would conduct it in such a WayiLHtomuko him almost a certain nom on the Republican Senator of course isnt going to re tiro from the Chairmiinsbip of tho lican National Outside the Democratic nobody over posod ho Thu report that ho wodd resign in tho Hpring of und that I would take his place and miuinge campaign is committee which will inanago thocmmpaign of 1 Kllj will bu elected at the National Convention of that year nnd tho committee will elect its own having ol to tbo preference ol the Presidential Clarkson is trying to concoct a sclnmo to catch the Farmers Alliance Imvo a be said ho nubTreasury scheme is impriuti but while tbo man with worth ol stock can go to a bank and borrow on tho farmer cannot borrow in Iho tiamo way on bis farm nnd When he wants a threemonthti loan ho bus to take a three year loan or an1 so ho loses in a The SubTreasury scheme jvoii t nnt the farmers grievance must be mot Jlarkson says he name to Watibinaton lo leain some practical but tbo kindergarten did not teach him n is soon going to with Ins lie is enthusiastic about the nnd tho peonloof where ho ban re cently recovered his t Tim her fur AYir JUaatcrn Itnruitlvania anil fair cx livht mow neitr the coaaf uintlts tthiflinu to miithiccst on Tueaitav mornlny rly and The following record shows tho changes in tempera turn lor the pnst twentyfour iu comparison with tho correspond ing natu of last us indicated by the thorinumoter at Yrrys pharmaey 17 M 54 u I 20 ai si as i io 0 II 40 IU Mill teinpuraturfi Drago Vur corruuiOiuliui ilatu Innt Ulpley Best roads in United OHAVNOEY FLINT of 14th elojant diilKnatbat B8W If Ho Needs IHonry Ilroxcl Will Reports wero current in Wall street yostor day that John was in financial Whether true or it was not be liovod that he was in clangor of going to Pieces in Two months or more whon ho was reported a borrower of money to tho extent of over it was offered to advance him any amount of money on his Drexel is worth in his individual right and the head of two houses which command almost untold Drexol of and Morgan of Now Wanamakors papnr has heretofore been considered as Ho is ratod in tho commercial reports BB worth His business aggregates HIB iB a retail which is far more on a por oentago than a wholesale There is also lens risk in ho does not have to carry peat amounts of special ou goinsr out of lose thoir It is Baitl that a New York concern supply ins him with coods had a bill against him which it presented several times without a In Wana makers business is comparatively a small As the story ho put it on until tbo representative of tho firm mado a personal visit to whon ho drew his check and settled tho Wanamaknr in ono of the voting trustees of tho Heading Ho is said to hold shares of the whioh is understood to havo cost him The closing price last night was The old story that Jay Gould IB trying to corner Wauaniakor on Beading was revived in Wall street So tar as is iould has no interest in If thoro is any opposition to Wauaniakor n Bonding it is supposed to como from Piurpout Wimaniakcr was instrumental in oust ing from the Presidency of tho Headinc Austin who was the choice of Morciin for tho who has exploded bis willingness to ailord Wanamaker any needed financial is tho partner in the banking business of and it is therefore considered un likely tlmt Morgan haB attempted to entrap Wauaniakor in Wanamaker hus some manufacturing establishments in tho products of which urn said to havo been seriously affected by the McKiuley Wunamakor aid tonight that the stories that he is in financial difficulty arc wholly without foun Hin he is so largo iow tlmt tho cash receipts aro over 000 a HARRISON Unless Iho Ilirno Hill Inxea Ho Dooanl AVnn In lo TO im Kontlcman who ban just roturned I rom and who has long bion a porsooal friend of tho Bays that Harrison has never fully decided whether ho will ask a ronom and it is now certain that his de cision will depend entirely upon tho action of tho present session of Tho said has so far boon met in a cordial manner by his nud everything which ho recommended ban beon Up to this timo he feels that ho may properly ask for a out this will now depend entirely upon Harrison believes that iho vote of tbo South is to a largo extent surpreHHod and thai this vote will likely be necessary to tho election of a Republican President two years If tho Senate iBos the Elections bill Harrison will ue a candidate for for his party will then bo shown to bo in accord with him on this and he will believe that de with such a law in is next to im Should tho Senate refuse to pass the ho will not ask a renomi for he will construe tbe action of ho Senate as an affront and will also re gard tbo chances of roeloction at ieasit FOR FINANCIAL PROMINENT WALL STREET MEN DISCUSS THE PUKE SUGGESTED 10 THE STRINGENCY IN CiET YOUIt The London and Liverpool Clothihc are celling the stock of Max Stadler it at less than half Every garment unat sold before Two stores corunr Grand cor ner V HOXBIEU Oaonr OUHIJ causes no niuiea or dUarrangcmtut rtlonny Una Been tribntlonn by tlio Treniury Depart ment Quickly Aliiorbcil Various Kemeillen Siietrumcd liy WellKnown of Wall Monny on call loaned in Wall street yes terday as high as onefourth of 1 per and which is to 07 a It wns impossible to obtain time How to relieve the depressing situa tion was the allabsorbing The CIcaringHouse issued of loan making the total issuo to date It was Btated that 000 of tho certificates issued to banks had not been and they bo considered in the nature of a roserve I regard tho outlook as much brighter and hotter in every said President Iredcrick ot tho Gallatin Chairman of the Some people seem to mo to havo beon unduly ilarmod on Saturday Thoy ap parently imagined that tbo declino in prices n the stock market had something to do with tho business They should re that groat fluctuations ou tbo stock market havo noti 5ng to as a with the commercial There no always two parties at worli the Stock the ono trying ty prices down and tho other to put them A rent rise or a great fall in prices on tho stock market has no significance so far as tho mercantile situation is The Block market and tho commercial world are iiitiroly A great fall in prices on the Stock Exchange may indicate that some liquidations are going but thatneed not iffect tho commercial The Konoral opinion in Wall street was that tho McKiniey Tariff bill was tho great est causo of tho present stringency in Merchants imported vast quantities of goods to evade tho increased dnties un der tho bill beforo it wont into and now find great it is in rais ing monoy to pay for tlioir In addition tbero is tho further necessity of taking their goods out of bond boforo when the increased duties are to be imposed on goods landed in this country prior to There has unquestionably beon hoarding of money by mercantile concerns and individuals in anticipation of hard times in the money It is next to impoBsiblo to sell oven of the gilt edgo and the strongest iu find themselves in a Credit sooms to bo almost wholly COONS Various things havo contributed to make money scarce and aaid exAs sistant Secretary of tho Treasury Charles but they are nearly all traceable to ono prime is not enough to go I sneak of the monoy of tho and do not include local circulating me rotten or Tho fact that there is a scarcity of monoy immediately produces greater Capital is People bavin foreseeing re solve to hold on to Banks are groat offenders in tliis They are fre quently A President of a largo national bank in an interior city whispornd to mo the other day that ho did not moan to bo he nearly over bis Jonal I told him to go home at and loan it cut to tlto merchants ami manufacturers need ing The banks in large cities are excoedinffly to Bay tho Thoy loan on call or giltedged it is they cannot accommodate the man ufacturing and mercantile Time loans are almost With this stato of tilings it IB probable that further troubles will beset the mercantile the money of tho coun try has about doubled within tho past dozen and during tho past eighteen months tho present Administration has added 41 ooo to tlio monoy previously in tho peoples But this has mado no anpreciablo Lven tho steady addition of nbuiit per month under tbo Silver bill has apparently been lost to suilit as soon as Tho inflation of prices of all commodi ties in the imst few and especially the last In itelf brought about u greater need ti What istho remeny V It is 1 can be at oueo addod to tbe National bank circulation by authorizing tbo issnti of notes up to the 1 ar value of tne Whlo this is not to be will nuikq no great impression on our present The l reaaury can no longer he depended ou to pour out golden stronnis ot It has pourod them The occasional bond redemptions will scarcely be which always has a panacea for every must do some 1 suspect that just now the relief sug gested and pressed will take tho form of free coinage of Will this help us at least With some provisions for excluding foreign a heavy import would probably It of take tho f irm of an issuo of certifi cates or notes based on This is what tho froRcoinago mon What its ulti mate o Elect would buou tho country isadosp IUESIDIiNT CANNOSS It is very difficult to stato the cause of tho present condition of linaiicial laid President of the Chase National formerly Comptroller of the Apparently all ofthe indus tries in this country are The agricultural communities had fair and thoro has boon until lately a ffood demand lor all of The country has a larger amount ot Currency in circulation than ever boforn in its Iho strain of the past lew week has proved that tho bankers and morehunts of tho country muse bo in a oomparatlrely strong for tbe consider ing wbat has have been compara tively and ne must therefore conclude   

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