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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING ALL THE OTHER DAILIES CITY COMBINED THE NI08T EXTENSrVli BEST AMERTlSrcS MEDUM j ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION VOL 2srO 2 5 RUSHED TO THEIR SALT LAKE CITY UTAH OCTOBER 29 1890 PRICE FIVE C French Post Desperately tallied Jw Senegalese FIVE HUHDRED WARRIORS WERE SLAIN Tonrhfld by the Sonnes of Distress in Prefer iKrntb to Portuguese cttllfJcl from Oct oHm Srrics has of a fight F ranch rl n lives In For woeUs nnillioruiMiroby the rf Ouaso th city of his im pirr Kin rrmnigoously resolved to UK I tii to tho last His have just in LVrts to cuptiiro thf small fortified post or of KoniuUiry she which ihoy whon defending Fan IH whesii bfjslovcod Arrlilnard by the French Tho town was iniMcr u n sionn hut tilniOHt entirely burned iy hfuudirrs who rofused to sur iind all of lhfui during the or in tlm Inwhkh followed their It firiil Ah this fiiiinwfj hnwovnr of no fivuil iind to ad vanm still furl her In tho of tho toiiMtrv biitlhrir march HI worst uiiTiod of the rainy season to maUo a supiemi of fcrt n rupturn thu advanrud pout of KoiilaKiiry It had hoen hy Colonel last June and had boon left under of Uouttnant Valuntm suuiKirtod I a subIlnutuiiantcoiiiniaiidiMR forty Sono fiislleurf nine of wliom woro sick u navy two Kurupcan nunconi and four rnun with twu Hinall cannon Three hundred wore also in tho pluco but Uuy hardly bo relied upon I no or small b loo U ho use in tho middle of tho had been prypurod for Provisions woro iuid ail the nurroundlng liuls had burned down In ordor to glvo fno play to tho artillfry King or nithur 1lmperor estab lished his camp on August 20th at Kolomo two miles distant from Konlulcary He nmailed re dtirlnis thtt attack leaving tho of tho iinny to brother On September 8Ui the dulondors of Konlakary saw Iho bosluKors advancing Jn doop columns many of them carrying ladders to bo used tn the attack Iho black soldiers though decimated by ttbo lire rushed on tho blockhouse at iho first smmd of tho or wir dvuni They Inirrlnd tho laddois to within hfty yards of the walls disylto tho from tho boslogod men wild crus many of them siiecocdcd In ln tliolr at thft of the wull woll dirtclod flro ot the cannon muskutry caused to falter then scit tor and hldo In the bush Tho light had bo jrmi in At 0 oclooK ti hpavy rain foil and tho Touoouhuirs toolc advantage ot It to up tliolr dead and wounded but thrnigh they nurlod awny many of thorn corpses could ho floor altorward lying all ui ind tho hlockhouso twonlythroo being cnimMMl Iu a iiiKlo heap and it Is estimated that thr oss of tho assailants reached 500 IIIPII sit Tho French had only two fulloirs slightly wounded By U a m tin army of Ahmadou had dln appoarod TRYING TO BOOM VIENNA KflortH to Hevivc tho Oncjo Gayest Capital of Europe UKRMN bllJ for tho croiition of a grcutor Vienna will extend tho boundaries of tho city from tto present aroa of nhoiit twontysquaro miles with a popula tion of to an aroa of slxtynvo square mllos with a population of The ima will Include many suburhan villages and summur Tho alViiIrn of the capital are to bo administered by a town council of 1C members The act will oomo Into fon0 on January I 1SH3 Vienna will thon lo about throo times tho of KiTlIn in aroa Somo ohanRO Is noodod to hiliu hailc Ufct to Vhnna The capital OIMI the gayest In many respects in hns of Into boon KoinR steadily backward 10 i Inrlso of tuda Iosth Prupuo and oihii trnUirs if mU tonal activity The is anxious to see Vienna revive and 11 said to havo initiated tho sohotuo of ex panslrn Tno prolucllon of Uhiun wine from tho famous vineyards In thtr of Worms will bo curtailed hy tho ohanzos trcossirv o thi rons riietlun of a ntw bar bor at that aneient city In order to moot tho rfliiiiirointMiis Hio Improvements under wav and several larpo vineyardsun the banks of tho Rhino will bo docaroyod and their arc expected to bo cotsio of activity liKAUT IS TOUCtlKD by Evraucl Should this point be j ostr It will ItIs considered larcely reduce the number convictions for murder PREFER SERFDOM A Formidable Uprisinff of Peasants in Southern Russia LONDON Oct TdeyrapUs St Petersburg correspondent says The Sec retary of tho Interior has received a tele gram conveying alarming accounts of peas j ant revolts in Kharkoo and YekatertnoRlar districts In southern Russia Nine thousand troops are operating against the peasants In I Kogookhoy ilsiiicts who refuse to betray i their leaders tnd declare that they will not relapse In serfdom preferring Instead to die j The peasants are prowling about j h7 urrnod bunds firing and pillaging the i residences They have burned j five thousand acres of forest on the river Somora and have destroyed immense quan tltlns of corn In Bakvotsky A Missing ExArchduke VrKNNA Oct Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle anx kty Is felt hero on account of the strange disappearance Archduke John who re llnqulthfifi his title und position as a riohlo of the house of lapsbnrg took the name of Johiimiorth and became of a mer chant ship IfeleftLu flat to on Inly llth for Montevideo at which port ho WHS to join his vossol tho St and pro coed to Valparaiso for a cargo of saltpetre to bring to Europe Ho has not bren hoard of for Hltpon woeks and lot tors addressed to him from Vienna to In Plata and rulao remain unanswered Election Troubles in Switzerland BKRNE Ot dispatch from Fro bonrg states that tho rostilt of tho elcwllonfl Sunday productive of much III fooling Th9 Radicals arcuiicd the Con servative of falsifying ballots Charges and countercharges were toduy The troublf has culminated in serious con flicts A report from Lugmmo states that occurred today bet worn the troops and dlsalVoctod Uhnrnls with some blood shod Tito IYdcral Council unanimously relucted tho appeals made by the ultra montanos of Tlflino against tho popular vote taken on October when a majority de clared in favor of revision of tho constitu tion of tho Clinton THE SOLDIERS AND IKDIAHS Brigadierfieneral Grierson Makes His Annual Report CONDITION OF THE ARIZONA REDSKINS The Troops Should Be Concentrated On tho Coast Where They Can Enjoy More ComfortrA Customs Notes WAsnurOTON Oct his annual re port upon tho operations of the army In tho of Arizona BrigadierGeneral Grierson commanding says now that Forts McDowell and Vet do have been aban doned with a view to their early transfer to the Interior Department for Indian school purposes tho authorities should consider tho uUipahlltty of with tho least possible delay the number of Indians in the vicinity of San Oarlos agency by removal of tho and Mojuve Indians to those res ervations Keeping so many Indians at San Carlos Is detrimental to thoir advance ment and tends to the renewal of old feuds The white men have taken up nearly all the hunting and grounds of the peaceahle Yavai Suppal Indians in Canon Arizona and thoco fndlans have bo come exasperated to such a doprco trouble is likely to arise at any Thereforo Grierson rooommonds their horiditary camp taken from them hy white men two years ago ho restored that tlnir reserva tion bo enlarged and defined and theii title that time that win tor have shown that A Wanted TIIK HAOLTIC Got tho fall session Dr Mackay Minister of Colonies an nnuncod that In the opinion Of tho doctors tho Kinffs was such as to liiuupiiui tato him for ptrfoirnins the duties of gov orntnent Tip therefore asKcd Parliament to mako the definition that tho Constitu tion proscribes Both chambers will roasj somhle tomorrow when a decision of tho matter will ho announced For Political Purposes Only LONDON Oct Cologne latclte has an interview with T P OConnor In which ho is quoted as suyinp that tho OUrlonDlllon mission to America had nothing to do with tho potato failure which was tttu business of the British Government Our only ho says was to get money for political The mission counts upou gottlns Qlaflstono Frenches Free Trnclo EnTNUUHOH Oct In an address to the workmen today extolled frio trade He said rho results of tho last tlfty yoara of legislation had been that tmdo liad multiplied tivo fold the popula tion doubled and tho material social moral und political the country enor mously The Portugese Minister Recall eel LTSUON Cot from Mozam bique state tnat British gunhoats snfoly iis condod tho Shire md entered the Kuo river Letters of recall havo boon sent to Soiior FroMas the Iortuguoso minister to Eng hind A FntaJ Duel PARTS Oct tho foucht a duel near Tours Saturday Tho weapons wore pistols A Hard was shot Iu thostumauh and has slnco died Another Tioino Outbreak i troubles between 1ronusos u Aid Cct is now in West port It is npordd lliai pivssed with ness peasants nnes and looply f wretched the prospojts of a revolved an ovation on landing at Aihiii Me said ho WHJ glad to moot tho peoiile and expressed sorrow for the falluro of potntu Ho was glad to havo able lo sanction tho ion csf ft railway whhh would sivo Uiom employ m A number peasants eseor ted Hal f ur ic ne various Hshlntc stations and arter dark escorted him over the mountain promised to finish tho hrldu be tween the two points of tho Islnnd and defray the expenses out of Ills own tt Thf cheered ilii itud expressed gratitude On the road buck In a triumphal aroh erected Jiiilsauy and Ralfour was eheored by knots of people at various points One of tho nrifsts nt Newport said Balfour was tho greatest benefactor Frelnnd ever had tliny looked 10 him to bring ponce and i to A i VVtstporf received a deputa tion of lioadcd by the priest and conferred fit length tn tho best nuUhod of providing for the coming distress tho Liberals and Consorvatlves In Tlclno have prokon out afresh Another battalion of troops havo boon dispatched to assist in restoring A Rumored Disaster LONDON Got is reported that a vossol with 0fi emigrants on board has foundered oil Capo St Vlncotiit STANLEY AND HIS OFFICERS Paul lu Chatllu Says Bad Blood Existed Between Them NKW YOKK Oct HUNTS Dispatch San rriuiolsoo Chronicle B Dti CMialllu Che famous Afrlran explorer is at the New York Ho was ashed for his opinion of the charges of Major liarttolots diary and letters made against Henry M Stanley He answered frankly t saw all of Stanleys lieutenants In London uflier their rucunti return from Africa and i know from their that there was bad blood between tho leader and his men H came out in many ways but of course none of the men spolco oiumly This fooling was iirsfmado public whfMi Mr Stanley wanted to Influence the Fngllsh Geographical Society to prevent tlilr giving a modal to Bonny Mr tJtanloy fuUedl however and got the deuora will tho full facts concornlng tho of Major Barttolot present controversy will bring out more unpleasant facts thin people imagine Noirly all of Mr Stanleys alcUs will write for publication when their agreement not to publish anything until six months after his book appeurs is at uu Are they capable of writing Thoy can certainly be roplion and some one else can do the writinar Whatever Rouny writes will carry the most weight as he is the only while man that knows all about the last days of BarUelut and tho horrors of tho camp His story will create a worldwide Importers Discuss tho Tariff BiEI 7iFW YORK meeting of tho Importers of city was hold this after noon which had under consideration the MeKinloy bill James M Constable said the opinion of numerous attorneys was that the omission of section 150 in the enmussed copy of the bill very possibly invalidated it A committee was appointed to make j aii investigation and report at a subsequent rnado good Thor port says surveys a railroad can be constructed throughout the Grand Canon of tho Colorado at a feas ible cost and liberal encouragement should be given by the Government to hasten Its completion and open up that famous won derland now beyond the reach of many Urlurson disapproves of the proposition made by the Indian Inspector to organize Indian regiments as a dangerous experi ment The posts atlorts Lowell Grani and Bayard says the General can bo abandoned without detriment to tho service and such of the troops stationed there us cannot be provided for hi Now Mexico and Arizona may bo removed elsewhere The post at bort Union could be abandoned at once by trans ferring Troop G Sixth Cavalry to Fort Wingato Company O Tenth Infantry to FortTMorey and Company H of that regi ment to ForbStanton Gridson renews bis recommendation that tho present military reservation at San Pedro be enlarged as it is tbo most available pUce for a harbor adjacent to Los Angeles Tho small poorly situated post of San Dingo should be disposed of and a more suitable reservation obtained without delay in order that a larger post may be permanently established at that Important seaport and facilities afforded for theproper fortification of Point Loma The best site Is at North Island and the penin sula on the east side of the bay entrance Grlersori sjiys Congress should mako liberal appropriations for the purchase of such tracts and tho construction of perma nent posts for tho accommodation of troops now at Inland they aro no longer needed which must soon be abandoned Railroads obvlato tho necessity for keeping so many troops in the Territory whero hardships and privations have endured as they should bo concentrated on tho sea coast where they can ho made com fortable instructed and disciplined In of the recent attempt to grasp Lower California from Mexico the present time is auspicious for tho establishment of those permanent posts t The General speaks with satisfaction of the marked Improvement In tbo condition of tho Indians of White Mountain reservation and recommends that thoy have n separate agency and that a good school be estab lished at Kort Apacho Grioraon says Jica rillns still attached to tho Uto ngenoy should havo a separate agent that Barthol omew tho agent spends hlSjtlmo with tho Jtos in seeking to accomplish thpir removal His clerk Stallateimer tbe formeraeent who converted tho Into reservation into a cattle range naecl tho Jicarrillas reserva tion for the same purpose Ho is an enemy of tho Indians and should have nothing to do with either agency THK MANUJfACTUUKIlS STATEMENT The Secretary of tboTreasury has given an opinion In regard to tbo manufacturers Btatemont proscribed by section 8 of tho Customs Administrative actand affected by section 11 of the same Ho says con sidering the fact that the Intention of the stutuiowas tho prevention of frauds In tlui revenue in tho importation of merchandise of duty and that aa application GERMANY AND THE TARIFF Minister Fhelps Says It le Too Early to Speak CHICAGO Oct TBCBTOE Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Series William j Walter Pbelps Minister to Germany was questioned by a reporter today concerning tho rumor that the McKinloy bill would prej vent the Germans from making an extensive exhibit at the Worlds Fair said he ult is too early to speak about that Germany can take no action in the matter until she receives the invitation from this But do not the German business mon feel In a retaliatory mood I dare say that they are a little mad at the idea of their business with this country bein curtailed because of an increase m our tariff bub really it is too early to talk about it for the new tariff has not Seen working irng enough to tell just what its olfect will you believe that a little tfrao will sufficiently assauge the bitter feeling and that Germany will have an exhibit here Now I cant say positively but I think so The Germans will send their goods 31 they think it will uay them purely u mat ter of business you know And then you see they dont know much what the fair is oing to be they have heard a little about some kind of an exhibition but it is too early to talk about it THE UNION STRIKE Opinion ol an Omaha No Trouble at St Paul OMAHA Oct fSpeclal to The action of the Western Union telegraphers in St Paul in striking because oftlit discharge of some of their number who were members of the nrtwly organized Brotherhood of Telegraphers caused con siderable surprise among tho Omaha mem bers of the brotherhood I dont know what wo tnay or may not do a member of tho Brotherhood today 1 think tho St Paul boys made a mistake in going out as that brings the matter to an open fight and tho Brother hood will have to take some ancLthat the Western Union wants A VERY IMPROBABLE YARN Tho Dnion Pacific to Bo Wrecked for the Yanderbiits AN ATTEMPT TO EXPLAIN THE BOYCOTT FOUR MILES A Is just what There was no occasion for any trouble what ever but the Western Union has forced the operators to take action to protect them selves and a general fight may ST PAUL Oct The Western Union office in this city gives no signs of a strike Almost the full force are at work THE SIOUX PROPHET VicePresident Ijane Says the Story Is AIso Denies That There Have Been Any Accidents on the Road of a Serious Nature CHICAGO Oct Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Times A rather startling story Is advanced KICKING FIOKSE KJSLATKS WHAT HE SAW IN H EN paying ad valorem rale no reason appears why its should extend paying purely spc cilic rates this statute does not require im porters to furnish certillcates of cost ok manufacture of goods paying specific rates The Secretary of the Treasury endorses this conclusion and has requested tbe Secretary of State in ease he concurs to Instructthft United States Consular officers to act ao cordiugly WILT SKMT TUB UTES BACK The Interior and War Departments have Issued tho necessary instructions to their representatives in Colorado to secure the return of the marauding Utes to their reser vation at once MUST ENVOUCB THB LOTTKIIT LAV AttorneyGeneral Miller has sent a cir cular letter to all United States attorneys calling their attention to the new lottery law with the suggestionthat they spare no effortin its enforcement Similar In structions aro sent to UnitedStates mar shals A PRESIDENTIAL PARDON The President has granted a pardon In the case of Charles H Condon convicted in Wyom ng of robbing tbo mails and sen tenced in 1870 to imprisonment ASD COACHMAN En A NEW PLEA ineers Still in Session Oct Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers are still In session i hut expect to coinhide business In a few j days This morninc George Ti Parity of Charleston wiis reeleoted prnnrt FOR MURDERERS j and K M Olnrk of Ponvnr grand guide The next convention will be bold at The Belle of Binffhampton Adores William of the Stable EIMLRA Oct Dispatch Pan Francisco Chronicle Port Dkkinson is a charming little suburb of Binghampton and is Tidied for its many young ladies among them for several the three daughters of Mr and Mrs ISorman Phelps One of them Miss Phelps has fallen a victim to the wiles unknown to the There sprang up anattach ment between tho young lady fathers coachman William Slat they were plighted lovers parents vniinsr lady woro aware the existi her and of The Spirit Will Take Care of the Uneaslncmi Felt at Army Headquarters BISMARCK N Oct Horse tho great Siouxprophet seemsto be re sponsible for most of the trouble at Standing Kock Ho claimed to have visited Heaven and returned to earth to tell Indians what good things were Instore for them Major MoLaughliu ordered him off the res ervation and confined several othertrouble some spirits in the guard house The Indians have been making day and night hideous Kicking Horse is cunning enough to mix Christian doctrince with his pro nhetic utterances He tells them must not kill the whites as the Great Spirit would take care of them He deolaros the time will soon come when the Indians will occupy the earth to the exclusion of tho whites If it were spring instead there would bo danger of an uprising but It Is not believed that one will Sitting Bull 13 doing all hocan a diotu It Is an Old Story CHICAGO Oct army headquarters this morning Colonel Corbln said ao far as the contemplated outbreak of Indians uc Standing Rock agency was concerned it had become an old story Old Sitting Bull he said has had a few dlssatistied followers about him for a long but it can I think be safe tosay that there is no truth in the report Then again General Miles is now in the field right upin that country and he will no doubt give the matter his nersonal F Brown ot Aspen who traveled extensively throughout the entire country jidlacont to tho DIntali reservation and is funiliar with the relations between citizens of Glenwood Springs and the says there is no reason for any apprehension on the part of the Glenwood people as the Uintah agency is situated nearly a hundred miles away The Cheyenne Commission EuSRVirLE Oct Northern Cheyenne Commission consisting of General Nelson A Miles B B Smalley andJoseph Serfass completed their Sioux and Cheyenne Indians at tfiue Ridge in regard to the transfer ofthe Cheyennes in a satisfactory manner and left last night for Tongue River Agency Montana to complete its labors REMOVED HIS TONGUE A Remarkable Surgical Operation at Roosevelt Hospital NKW YORK Oct Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle re markabio surgical operation was pelormed in the amphitheater of Roosevelt Hospital on Saturday afternoon The casewas one of cancer of the tongue and the operation was for a complete removal of the organ Tbe patient was a man of 64 years of age The surgeons wpre professor Charles Mo Burney of the college of Physicians and Sur geons and Dr Frank Hartley of Roosevelt hospital The surgeon made a final exami nation with and discovered that the disease was more extensive thanhe had previously supposed and that a re moval of tbe the the mouth would nob be Bedeter termlned therefore to remove it by the that is by making an in cision under the jaw and getting attheroot of the tongue first1 He made narallel with the lower border the lower jiw from just below the rightear to the chin thus forming a curved line Tbe sur jreori found that the submaxillary gland was much affected and was mucli en lared andhardened Dr Hartley deftly removed it with a few cuts of hia surgical The bleeding points were caught with artery forceps and ligatures Dliod In all several hundred ligaturei werethus applied before the work of moving tire organ could be proceeded says by certain wellInformed railroad rueu la explanation of tho Union Pacific action in forcing its connections east of the Missouri Elver to cancel their through rate arrange ments with that road This theory is that the management of tho Union Pacific has adopted this course as a part of a deeplaid scheme to so depress the stock that tho Vanderbilt interests will be able to buy It in at tbe lowest Dossible figure It is gener ally understood that the Vanderbilts have had their eye on tho Union Pacific for a long time and have lately moved more or loss directly toward acquiring a controlling interest in the property with a view of completing their much cherished plan of fts tablishing an independent route from ocean to ocean This was in a measure ac complished by the ten years trrvnlo con tract between that road and the Chicago North western which is practically controlled by tbo Vanderbilts but that contract is re garded as only a step toward tbe object in v i o Whether this is tbe correct oneor not it is given color by tho down ward tendency of Union Pacific stocks dur ing the last few days seems able toRive a better reason for the policy adopted by tlmt company The Union 1 a cificsmd tbe Chicago Jfc resentatives were the originators of tbo fa tuous Presidents agreement which was af terward known as the Interstate Commerce Railway Association The Union Pacific and tbe Chicago Northwestern woro tho first to violate that agreement by making a close traffic contract between themselves without consulting their competitors Be cause this secret alliance was declared by Chairman Waikor to bo contrary to tbe agreement both roads withdrew from the association MELLBN AND KGAST TW CONFBmSNCB CHICAGO Oct far as learned to day nothing has been done toward settling the differences between the Union Pacific and its Chicago connections The outlook is still for a severance oCrelations between them November 1st The Union Pacific oi course will depend upon tbe Chicago for Chicago connection and it is understood tbe latter and its depend ency the Omaha Paul will issue a circular tomorrow providing for an ex change of business on the busis demanded by the Union Pacific and CentralPacific General Manager of the Union Pacific and President Egan of the Chicago Milwaukee Kansas City had a conference his morning with the result that the latter oad will probably accept the Union Pa itics terms Egan said to a reporter after he conference that If would be foolish for his road to join the other Western roads iu fight as it has nothing to gain from While amicablerelationswith tho JhionPacific much to its ad LANBS DENIACS BOSTON Oct Lane of be Union Pacific Railway was seen today with regard to the stories with which the street has oflate teemed derogatory to Union Pacific its management etc The Speed That Is Proved by a Tncu matic Tube Inventor NBwToitK Oct Dispatch Francisco Chronicle ments are being mude for tho laying of a j double pneumatic tube line between New j York and Philadelphia Between these two and all intermediate points it is expected that letters newspapers and small packages will be whirled at the rato of four miles a minute Tho electric and pneumatic wiz ards have long agreed that there are four essentials to the successful operation ot a pneumatic tube for long distance commer cial purposes First n practical switching system whereby carriers may be taken on or dropped off at intermediate points thus rendering it possible to use one or two tubes in piaco of a tuultlvndeof tubes and thereby saving a largo first outlay of capital for a plaut which would make payment of large dividends certain The second is a carrier which can be run at a high velocity for a long distance without beating Tho third is a means of stopping the carrier when sent at a high velocity without injury or shock to either carrier or contents Tho fourth Is a system of operating that will make It possible to transmit rapidly with out accident All of the above essentials S F Toake or Philadelphia claims to have discovered In order to test tho practicability and oflicienoy of Mr Leakos patent devices a double pneumatic tube lino will shortly be laid be tween Jersey City nml New on the route which has been suUCtod for the through line The transmission of letters newspapers and small packages between those two points will furnish approximately accurate criteria about tho business possi bilities of the now enterprise Although tho Inventor will stirt his system for trans mission of letters newspapers und small packages ho hopes In case of success to adapt It to larger uses Tn fact ho says that be may yet solve tho problem of cheap and rapid transit und run passenger trains iiid freight trains through monster tribes with absolute safety NO WONDER SILVER FELL Director Leech Says Wall Street Played Football With It THE TREASURYS POLICY DEFENDED Tho Decline in Price Was Caused by an Accumulation of the Product in New York and Decreased Explanation Ul Lllft V J The incisionwas now quickly enlarged and MwBtirney tthjrn Ionpard Claims That She Was Hypnotised by Eyraud Out Francisco Clirvnide Eyrand trial promises to he full of dramatic Inci dents Hypnotism will bo thoroughly one into Maltro Henii Robert counsel for the woman Ciabrlolle Bornpard having deckled to mako atest ofthe question at issue his client was or was not hypnotized as she clujms by her accomplice To decide the mu f tor he will call doctors Oharcott and Voiin theformor standing tit the hftid of in nervous diseases here and ties make hypnotic experlr minis in open court The contention pi Multro Kobertsis that GiibrioUe was hyp An Oyordralt Judgment Nrew YORK Oct ludcraent was 01 torbd against Vauderhoof Morrison bankers and brokers In favor of tho Na tional Lark Bank for reprosonting nn overdraft made on tholr uocountin 1JJ83 and which they have since refused to make good the young lady Woro aware of the existing i caUfrht organ and pullod state of affiiirs All efforts to triwart the i itvlown wishes of her heart wore of noavuU and j Iiberate cuts he severed it from the ihyoid she inndo no effort to conceal hordlove and bone and larynx commonly called Infjituition for the happy youth Miss He Cutit away from thefloor of tb Phelps Is social belle and one of thai mouth thus couiple ing its wealthiest young laclius In the She The was atonce removed to a Is a niece of Pheips and bus acool j atlO pat to bed No Sttorameiit for QOBBKC Oct 28 a of sirp prossing tho enormous whisky smugffling in Quebec CardinalTascherenu has Itrtter to his tlock on the evils of the tniflic He strongly smugglers who are deprived ot the in cash lelt to her by a doccased With regard to the effect thereof Lane said tho westbound through business is really all that Is affected and even this can suffer but little Ho also re marked that the Union PaciQoNorthwest orn alliance really concerns nobody but the two roads in interest and what they do is their Tbe Union Pacific peo nle are not at all disturbed by the socalled and they find in the causes lead ing to it and in tho illfeeling of its compet itors aii Inspiration for all therecent wild the road stories of accidents Lane says have been greatly exaggerated Tbelr system Is getting an enormous traffic at the present time more indeed than It can comfortably handle and Its equiument is necessarily retting severe usage A few accidents have occurred under these circumstances but none of these have Involved any serious the latest story from Chicago published today to the effect that the management was working to wreck the road with a view to ultimately turning it over to the Vanderbilts Lane says the yarn is too absurd to deny and its animus is clearly apparent to anyone who under stands the present condition of affairs A War on the Scalpers KANSAS CITY Oct TransMis souri Committee today considered iho charges and countercharges of the Bur lington and Rock Island regarding the al ienedoat In San Francisco rates Also com plaints of the Wabashregarding the of forbidden return excursion tickets but the meeting adjourned without final action Inan interview this evening Chairman Fin ley attributes tbe present uneasiness to scalpers against whom he proposes to take action The nature of his plans he would not divulge but it is believed that when ever large blocks of tickets are found in the hands of scalpers he will authorize the roads Intho association to sell below the scalpers THOUGHT IT MEANT HIM The Butte Miner Staff Arrested for Criminal CITY Oct to The brleahist at Quebec OUEBKC Oct tho Con nt of Pis Dn ke of and their suIte visited the Jrsiiline convont and Issued a v I J cordially Professor McBiirney says his mouthV ihtc the place formerly occupied by his and will some of functionsof organ patioritwjll beVabieta hisiocd Sorenson manager C L Hague city editor and three reporters of theJtfiiwr of this the leading Demo cratic were arrested tonight charged with criminal libbl An article appeared in raornings which without men tioning naniies stated there was a younfe lawyer in tclwn who would bear watchlug asbe to ruina younglady con nected with tbe telephone exchange It was also stated that tho man in question was incurably diseased and had attempted his own life three times in consequence A young lawyer of this city named Charles A Jones took the article home and caused the arrest of the entire Miner reportorial staff They were at once admitted to bail of S500 eacnf Now JTones has fathered the matter the Miner men propose to prove Some interesting develop fire expected in THK DEMOCRATIC STATESMEN Whitneys Ambition Soars and Cleve land Slights the President WASHINGTON Oct Dis Francisco Series It is no longer a secret that exSecretary Whitney is looking to a seat in tho United States Senate and that he aspires to succeed tbe venerable Mr Kvarts whose term will expire on o next March Mr Whit ney has his eye on the Presidency as his ul timate destiny but he is not ready to move and will allow Cleveland and Hill to fight It out next time and use the Senatorship a stepping stone A gentleman wbo is in the confidence of Mr Whitney arrived here from New York today and sad that Colonel Lament was handling tho Whitney cam paign with the greatest ability and as sure as tbo Democrats get a majority in the Legislature this winter he will bo elected Colonel Lament as everybody knows is a skillful politician and has a very thorough acquaintance with the Now York Democrats particularly those in the country districts Mr Whitney bus furnished him with all the money he needs to carry onthe camiaiga and tho Democratic members of tho next Legislature will God themselves almost unanimously under obligations to tho ox tho Navy The Republicans here aro criticISInR ex President Cleveland because he has not paid a visit to tho White House Ho came to Washington onThursday last to argue a case in the Supreme Court and has spent most of his time since bis arrival in the rooms usually occupied by Senator Hiscock at tho Arlington Hotel There ho has re ceived many of his old friends and ac quaintances and has appeared to enjoy their society He has walked out some and ridden In the city but when hfa has left the hotel he has always turned his face away from the Executive Mansion It has beon customary for exPresidents visiting Wash ington to call upon their successors promptly for the purpose of paying their respects nit so far as 5s known tbe Presi dent and Mr Cleveland have not even ex changed salutations SHE HAD A PRETTY FIGURE How Mamie McDermott Posed and Improved Her Opportunities NEWYORK Oct Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Mamie McDermott and her young man Willie have been having a glorious time for a year but now misfortune has overtaken them Just who Willie is cannot be told yet Mamie is pretty only 17 years ot age and is proud of her figure It was her good looks and her figure that got her her place as a model In Isaac K Harriss cloak store at 267 Sixth avenue Tho clerks draped her form in all sorts of cloaks to show bow pretty they looked when customers came to buy For some time Mr Harris has suspected he was being Cloaks disappeaired from the stock leaving no trace behind Mr Harris was unable to thief and finally a or two ago applied for help to the police Detectives Wolf and Heidelberg were sent to the store Mamie caught Wolfs eye as she did every one elses but ho noticed one peculiar thing about her Or dinarily she was slim and graceful but once in a while alter she had spent considerable time in the dressing room preparing for her trip home she seemed to have grown unaccountably stouter Mamie was arrested and confessed that shehad stolen all of those cloaks and pawned them The pro ceeds were spent by her and Willie in the gay life they had been leading The value of the articles taken la about Ball Teams Coming West has decided to tale two ball teams to the Pacific Const j and will leave tomorrow He will captain one and Mike Kelly will lead the other Tho players include also Mark Baldwin Ryan McPhee Parrlngton and Rhines The teams will play in Lincoln Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo Leadville Chey enne Salt Lake Bolso City Portland Seattle Tacorna Then they head for San Francisco an extended stay zo south through Texas and reachSu Louis about January 20th The Champions Frozen Out NEW Youk Oct world cham pionship series between Brooklyn and Leeoh of the Mint makes a lengthy statement iu re gard to tho Treasury silver bullion and causes of tho recent In the market of silver Ho says The Treasury method of purchasing silver has boon criticized in those First that the large purchases by the Department do not iucludo all the silver bought Second that tho London price is used ns a basis of tho Govern ment purchase Third that tho bids to Government are on tho decimal system and tend to In regard to tho first criticism ho Government purchases silver as It does bonds and Indeed any article required in considerable quantities by public competi tion the lowest offers being always accepted provided thoy do not exceed the highest market prices For the benefit of tho small producers tho superintendents of tho mints are authorized to purchase small lota at price fixed from day to day by the director corresponding to tho market price purchases average possibly halt a ouncos a month is not that tho London U used as a basis of tho silver purchases under new law During tho Inst not only was ho London price tho only prico but tho Department did iiot pay tho equivalent of tho London price hut made counter offers to bidders on the tlmory that silver waa in New York thiui in London by tho cost of transportation and insurance across tho water The undent administration hns been governed m its purchases by the New York price At no time sinMi tho passugo of tho now silver law and indeed tor some months before has tho Troiiury itself limited In ncceptancos to the London regard to tho Government quoUtioni boing on a decimal basis one of tho critics suspicious and sigjjincant fact in rcRata to the Governments quotations are on tho deci nnil bsisiis which is a great advantage to who may have advance information in regard to the price tho Government is willine to pay ou a given Th Government has no scale of ita own bidders use whatever scale OWftC to the nrice iho Government will pay is ridiculous im K there can be any fairer method de vised lor purchasing Kilver than by it would diiliculi to conceive Thin method has been pursued by tho Iraaiury under iilSndministraUonssinco 187S In recent decline in the oi silver the caisos which operated to producw 16 ne apparent Iu tho first tho viaibla nock of silver in New York has not sensibly dc crcocod notwithstanding ihe purcuasb by the Government ounces of silver This large nndljninlEhed stork is a standing menace to tho priceof pilver Lafc Western refineries in hopes of realizing large luoiil held silver for mouths prior to naTsio of iho new law or deposited it in New the iruluimi of a visible stock of such magnitude to depreciate price It is very Unit this stock bus bten allowed to and especially that certificates were allowed Uvlw snmiou it and Kuarautecd by National banks and listed on the block Kxchauge to bo dealt an on ma on ii has made a football of silver b wound at the pleasure ofbulli and hears In my judgment there should bo a law euicicd nainsl in inctals on margins The usual demand for silverfor export most entirely Ceased Not only is this the cwa but large quantities of foreign silver haro beon Hhinwd to the States The oi pilvVr irora May 1st to September 30th of the exceeded the export by corresponding period oflast year I ex ports exceeded the by This uccountfi for the fact that while ihe Gov ernment purchased an amount equal totbo cur rent production ot our mines the During the same period n us of silver to India havo aot wnslbly latterly thoy have been below ha beer obtained iu Europe or at where than the United States So too i regard to the jiataml movement of Bilv to China Japan and Australia from Sart FranciKo Not one ounce of silver oullion bVcn shipped to the Orient from San FrancUco Sn o iiav 1st of this rear wbllo over four million dollar worth was shipped during the last vew These facts of themselves last j ear decliM which Then Sin all sortn of roorbacks been toleeSphndI from London to this country mrnowand effect of which was to weaken th silver It is well known that we in SfSidit of a most active titiss not aware of any large deposit Louisville cameto an expected close this Seven games nave been played each team1 winning three and one being a tie The cold weather was too much for tho spectators and the series played off next spring score was Louis ville 6 Another Brichall Petition OTTAWA cable from Sir PattisonV Liibcl Suits Warrants the criminal libel suit of exGovernor Patti sonagaiust W F Fordan proprietor nnd McLauren ieditpr of Call this waived a hearing rial s T i ucelved by the Arch bishop 2S Julius CHIGAGJO estdbUshinent in Chicago Is Idle All union men are ou strikeiwbich Charles Tupper announces that he has for warded a petition for commutation of cbe death tbe murderer of Eenwell pot up by the family of tbe condemned man SPARKS FIIOM THE WIRES Speaker Reed was1 given a reception at St A Ore at Eureka destroyed Two sections of Batnurait circus train collided in one man And a number of horses The stock of Samuel Peltdn As furnishing poods was seized by the Sheriff on at A calJ gheny Hovemberitt 30 and a Rational oonventionof Alle ran away antabtmg ed and het daughter WITHOUT A Ground on Which a Recent Congress Will Be Tested YORK Oct appllcattom Baliln Joseph today granted an order requiring the produce all the appraisement ot a certain con of cloths on which the firm too high assessment The firm allegcsthat goods id question Tsero manufactured 3 The interesting point of tbe Buit s tnar thVflrm contends that the act oi SUy 0th providing for of r worsted cloths as woolens does not f the act was not passed according Slaxv They assertthere wasno the House whentbe bill if as certified have been passed and leeally enacted though declared passedby Sectioa SO Was fATf Oct V weekvas saylniry absence of the i tion ai The Tobacco Journal wrote ator about it He replies tha purpose ol dropping sectiop tw nrovidcs a reduction of 1 alter the f   

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