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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING ALL DAILIES CITY COMBINED i THE MOST EXTENSIVE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIW ROCKY VOL NO 2 7 SAiT LAKE CITY UTAH nsTOYSMBEE 11 1890 PBICE THE LORO MAYORS BAMQUETI murks Tim prospectus which ban just Issued Is Kignocl by Prince Bismarcks f muster and Of a div idend of 11 per c iit on the Salisbury Makes It tlie Occasion of a Free Trade Speech HE DISAPPROVES THE MXINLEY TARIFF THIS BELGIAN AGITATION Tho UniverKrtI Make And Srsys Frco Traders Should Flc in the ol tho Ainori Dudley Fiehl a f Audience Stan ley Will 1rOrtucute Nov Savory wns to day installed Lord Mayor of London with uh pump that haw for years attended thu ceremony This overling hi tho customary banquet to ministry Sucru tary ritanhopi replying to a toast to tho army aunouncud that all regular would uu ftiitjud wlih new rifles Nov of a radi cal association waited upon the municipal council today and presented a petition in favor of universal suffrage At tho same time an immense crowd of worklngrnon as sembled around tho Hotel Melville awaiting the result of the petition The burgomaster promised thy delegates that a bill should be Introduced in thu Chamber This failed to satisfy the workingmen who received it with threatening demonstrations The num ber of people in thecrowd Is estimated at ten The Government holds a largo foraj of troops in readiness for action but though rioting is fearod no disorder has yetocouvrod FUNCTIONS OF THE STATE A WAIL STREET TUMBLE The WMc list of Stocks Thrown Intoa Bottomless fit freight now going oil is being cnrriod ut better nitos nnd ail the n hotter understand ing with each other thanf0r ranuy CAUSES OF THE PDURRT A RICH MANS PANIC OH CHANGE Lord imllsbury In replying to the The tiuid lid regarded us u good oinou of pcaCM tliu fact that Luu Uzar ovviurh vvus uuout to visit India tbo guost 01 LIIU Although tho dispute with Ioruigiu li uuii tu huppiiy arranged us nuiLLors with Franco uud Germany Ktlli liiu not justify any serious ay Ueferring to Amorlua Lord tMhsbury wuid the iuulvhiloy LaiHIlaw would cllucli sonni portion of British uom nnnju traders could rejoice ovur Uio victories hi tho Jultud i pfuUiKl against extravagant and uuoily sciliiU protection but they must UOL draw conclusions too rashly Thuy must still faou tliu prospect ol prohibitive tanti England hail no rotuliatary scliuiuo lib Mho had reduced hor own tarlll to tbo luwtiHt point KoforrinK to the IOlation labor and capital Mio Irumiwr HHlcl If they an eight hour bill forbidding mmi to WXUJOIMJ Htnmgth and skill an hour or two mure thus Imposing hlndnmuij on pro tlioy must bt prepared to as a nai ursil nrsult tlu vlotorkms oompotitlon of otlmr countrkis wlioro not so om harrusHud Tho Govornmont ho flccliirod woiilfl nor iniiorfttre at all In tho dlsputos hotwtton capital and labor flnwlsfj thooitsts and Intrnwtod polltlfjlans mlKht tnlnlcaU somi worklnwmnn but tho heart and mind of tho country would remain patriotic and true oomrnurcla traditions Tho Ironi lor said ho bolitvtd tho McKln ley bill was duo to tho IrUia that Aaicrfcnu hotfs had failed to rooolvo propor troatmon at tho hands of Huiopu rojcardod tin tarllV quostion as the worlds conflict of thi future It will bo an IntoroHtliiK consider ation for ho said whothorour attltudt can bu sustained or wliothor tho niadnoss o our neighbors will force us to drift In any douroo from tho Bound and souslblo pusltlo wu now Tho Premier declined to ontor Into politi cal uredloMong thefutility of whloh he aald rocfuit ovonts luid shown instance won liyoolcotlons in all of iYanoo hut to win In tho end Tho wirepullers In Amorloa wmo surprised at tho suddou upitolng of free trudo and Europoan polltioal wore equally aston Ishod at thy dufeat oC tho Govornmoat in BOOTHS The Divines and the Prince ol1 WaJew Support It LONDON Nov San FninclsiO Vhrunicle Serins floiiflon Farntr delivered tui earnest iirklr tlis tnorrilng at Westminster Abbey in sup portof scheme of Gononil Hooth for the redemption Englands povertystricken massif Tho announcement that tho Arch dciuon would speak on toplo attracted such a fhai ntLur the abbey hud boon urowdtui to Its utmost capacity thousands wore turntid away unable to gain admission tiuiiorul Booths novel and lUlurlng plan is now ht ohiof subject of public IntoresL Twenty leading olrtigymuu of Great Britain hjivo signed an appeal to tho puople to raistA which ttmcral Booth thinks would hu required to carry out tho tnrdlnal Manning and ituSi of the Irotestiiut bishops Imvo en rinrsud iho pliui Tho 1rlnco of Wales has wrliifit iioimnil Buoih lunirilly approving tinSnhciiii whloh ho losctlhiis as an intoill and promising effort to aid people whoso welfare near my JtutGonorul Booth Is bo ing mot Ivy con truvorsy and as well as approval Many who agrtiti with him as to the nooil of rumcdlal mousures that help must bo throiiKh legislation Mr Booth pro poses apply his panacofk without tnvolvr Iho aid of arlUutKint His moat fornild oritica Ountrast thu onornsous posslblli lios uf Uigislatlon iiUeotinc the land of svholo country with his proposal uuiKiTulng anitirti patoh of 1UOO acres Till ELWCTKIC STROKE Davitl Dudley Field Speaks on the Social Problems LONDON Nov meeting of the Lib erty and 1roporty Defense League wae hold today til whJch David Dudley Field of New York presided Field delivered an address or The Functions of the He said the State ought not to provide work for the people nor furnish them with bread clothes houses or land Of all moans to reconcile tho conflict between capital and j labor nothing In Fields opinion was com parable to cooperation He did not bo liovo the socialists theories which are now menacing and disturbing society would evoi bo generally accepted Society mlghb bo fiercely shaUon but IIwould not fall Tho Educational Edict HlsitoiN Nov National Zictunu nays the Kmpcror will shortly issue an edict directing that teachers in National schools must be familiar wilh the principles of po litical economy to enable them to demon strate the urior of Socialistic Jn religion attention will be paid cone monlo exorcises and more to a comprehen sion of tho ethical side of religion In the high schools recent modern history especially of Prussia must ho and the beneilts which tho Prussian kings have always conferred upon tho workingrnen must bo Inculcated The edict was drafted before Mismarek resigned An Extradition Question LONDON Nov appeal of Castionl lhf Swiss radical who was arrested In Lon don on a charge of killing Councilor Eossl during the recent revolution In Ticino Uanton nnd whoso extradition was ordered by the lower Englishcourt came up for hearing hi tint High Court ot Justice today Sir Charles Jiussoll for tho prisoner ar guod that CheToclrno movement was a pop ular revolution and there fore the killing of was a political crime for which his client could not bo extradited The hearing was adjourned until tomorrow Stanley Will Prosecute LONDON Nov Pall Mall Gazette says Stanley will prosecute Walter Barttolot arid others who brought charges against him in connection with the controversy regard ing the rear guard of tho Eruin rellof expe dition Stanley has robainod George Lewis and Sir Charles Russell to conduct his case JJTAJits Nov says the Stanley controversy must be referred to a Court of Justice Tho honor of civilization is in volved In tho matter European Influences Did Banks Grabbing1 for the Gold Sup Says Now Is the Time to Broker Drops Dead Mrs Jamesons Denial LONTtON Nov an Interview today Mrs Jameson denounced as a baseless falsehood tho story that hor late husband purchased a girl and turned her over to tho natives to be killed aucl eaten iu order thab ho might have an opportunity to witness and sketch cannibalisticscenes She says tho sketches wore only incidents coming under his observation us a traveler Aix Armenian Riot UM Nov hundred armed Armonlaus concentrated at MacloV on tho NJW TonK Nov flood of alarming cables from London and Paris predicting disasters in tho markets there this week caused n panicky feeling In the Stock Ex change here Long Defore the opening brokers tried to make sales of stocks but could not find buyers and as soon as the signal for tho beginning of business was given no offers were made but every bid no matter nt what price was at once filled This selling caused Manhattan Elevated to fall from 100 to 02 a decline of 8 per cent Western Union fell and other stocks with the exception of tho Vanderbllts fell 2 to 0 There were no buying orders In many of the specialties Tho stock market showed the utmost de moralization and following the lead of the London figures the opening prices were ex tremely low The declines since Saturday afternoon are tho largest ever scon over night and losses of fractional amounts are exceptions Drops of 1 to H covered nearly the whole active list There was a more panicky feeling than noticed at any time during tho present decline Slocks were thrown ever In a mo t reyklpss manner causing a most feverish and unsettled market but with a steady decline in values Even the heavy opening further de clines of l to 4 per cent wove scored the most prominent movement being a drop in Manhattan which after opening off 4per cent at dropped 4 per ccrit further to 02 Jn the first few minutes of trading Other noticeable 3 per cent in Western Union In Pullman usid almost all tho active stocks material amounts The trading reached enormous figures but while the bottom tioeiuud to huvo dropped entirely out of the market there came a more quiet feeling toward the the hour and some stocks actually recov ered a portion of their early Tho mar kot however remained in an extremely feverish and condition and at 1 oclock while less active wsis at or near the lowest prices for most stocks The Grangers Villurcls and New England were the chief sufferers in tho decline A DROPS DI3AD The market displayed no recuperative power and ut noon business was arrested by the death by apoplexy of James Struthers a member onthe Hoor of tho exchange Strutherss dead body lay on the floor sur rounded by brokers For some time not a word was spoken but the brokers with un oovorod heads waited for the officials to act Mr Struthors hsul entered afew minutes before imd was noticed acting Iu a1 very singular manner Ho staggered up against one or two brokers und suddenly fell forward onhis face dying in n few minutes Struthora was seriously 111 two years ago and has not been himself since Friends noticed recently that he had nob been looking well and tho doctor said tho excitement of today was nucioubtndly too much for him Struthers was 58 years old and leaves a wife and a young daughter Sharp minute of exactly af ter tho halfhour recess expired the presi dentagain mounted tho rostrum and made official announcement of tho unfortunate brokers death He had hardly stopped down from the platform before there was a rush and a shout and business was once on tho floor This scene as Tlie Condition London Money Market Exertedan Influence NEW YORK Nov Evcniny Posts financial article says The panic in the stock market continues this morning in about tho same temper us on Friday and Saturday the declines rangingfrom 1 to 6 points in the first flftocn minutes business Some verjr astute people recorded it as signiMeant that Elevated nnd Western Union were important fuctors in decreasing nil other prices Whether the reported holdings by amaker who Inia The scheme for a postal tele in opposition to the Western Union had connection with the manipulation of the Western Uulqn which is npparent it was quite im possible to say but it looked as though ichnd Nevertheless the jjaniu recovered n fresh impetus froin London this morning All the stocks opened there J4 to lover than they hero Saturday Money wasMnsher in London nt noon and all the greilt banks of Europe appear to be grabbing for the diminished supply of gold some of which has gono to Sptiin and South America The Treasury Departments Action WASHINGTON Nov Windom was kept fully advised of tho condition of the money market today but did not feel called on to take any action Jn the matter beyond tho purchase of all the silver bullion that was offered to the Department The Director of the Mint said this was done for the relief of the market The available Treasury cash balance will bo used princi pally in tho redemption of the per cent loan The Secretarys offer of October nth to redeem this class of bonds on presentation at par with interest to maturity September ILAiHE OR ALGEft k WINNER OF THE STRIKE The Republican Leagne President Takes a Hopeful View THURSTQNS FAITH IN THE STALWARTS The McKinley Sill StrucJc a Rising Allison for the Republican Delcut in the Various States OniOAGO Nov Hon John M Thurs ton of Oin ah a president of the Republican League Clubs of the United States in an interview hero today on the recent elec tion said referring to the influence of tho McKinley bill upon the result The natural tendency of prices tip ward among which can be named boots and shoes iron lumber and other commodities although the tax was reduced upon these and other We struck a rising mar ket with the passage of the McKinley bill and all this is laid to DJudge Thurson thinks that Nebraska and every other Western State will go Republi 1 mi i i r UJ J UJ UCbuU J il JJ W Ul A 1 1801 isstill open The bonds are coming cin n 1S92i thinki said hQi wlll in very slowly however and the total re demption to date is less than A Panicky English LONDON Nov Stock Exchange roday the feeling of alarm and apprehension as to the results of the coming settlement became intenoe Every kindof security was freely sold AriVerican railroads were panicky and the depression was especially marked iu dealings in cable ad vices reporting declines in New York heavy sales were made here decline in American railroads ranges from 1 to 5 Several financial houses in Paris are try ing to induce the Bank of France to assist English firms to complete the engapomcMit to deliver in gold in Madrid during the week If the Bank of France tho action will tend to avert an increase of Mie Hank of England rate of discount and ease the settlement France to the Rescue LONDON Noy Bank of Prance has consented to supply Madrid with 000 in gold A LIVELY PUEBLO SCANDAL A FAITJIXESS WIFK FIGHTING FOIt HER HITS BAKUS BODY After Adultery With An other Man She Demands the Uorly of IXugbarid for Mercenary Motives persons The band was attacked and dis persed by Uossucka Workmen Killed Nov portion of the roof of a house In tho course of erection col lapsed today dtiuoliHhing a scaffold Five dead workmon six Injured ones have boon from tho ruins Others are still bnncx in tho dohrls A Frenchman Discovers a Now iCtr in Arc Lights PARIS Nov Chrtmiolc now danger from electric light is shown in a report pre sented tin Academy of Surgical Science by Dr Desfontames chief of medical stafT at thv Urousofc coal minus and Iron works He has discovered that wo can roeolvo in jury from electric light similar to that by suiisiroUo The ordinary uro liirhts are fairly sate and when they do it is only to the oyosi but strong iciiil mlios arise in the coal and iron mines at UitMisot whert many lamps of high candle power sire grouped often together ior special purposes Those persons for whom has an afnnlty suffer most After remaining an hour or thereabouts in tho powerful eleotrio light their fncos nocks und theso being tho parts exposed iHsin to tingleund Itch their sight Is af fected and everything looks sutVron colored to them The lachrymose glands nre strongly stimulated tours roll down tho and there is the sensation of a grain of sand under the eyelid with inflammation tht conjunctiva which lasts for four or five days Other symptoms are headache fever and pooling oiV of tho reddened skin Heat plays a part in tho sunstroke but It playsno part hi the electric light stroke since tit twelve yards distance from the arc lamp the effect above dostried is produced br Dasfontainos attributes the stroke to thu chemical action of the arid de clares that it deteriorates tho retina con and even the pulp of the brain Tho Chamber Opened Nov Chamber of Depu ties was opened today by the King in 4On In his speech his Majesty saysCho ncmbers of the Cabinet are convinced of the expediency f returning to tho electoral system based on tho old laws Spains Sickly Sting LONOON Nov Berlin orrespondent says It Is rumored In Catholic illpics notwithstanding official assurances o tho that tho young King of is weak and not IlUoly to live long Consumptives Cured by Koch KIIMN Nov Koch has dis ulssod is coniplotoly cured several of tho patients whom he has boon treating for con umptlnn Tho method of treatment will be made public within three weeks Strikers and BJaoklejrs BERLIN Nov was a bloody conflict lit Ottonson a suburb of Hamburg today between striking glassblowers and 300 Uollsh One man was killed and many wounded Russian Protectionists Depressed LONDON Nov St Petersburg correspondent of the Daily says tho defeat of the high tariff party in America has depressed the Russian tariff party Boulanijer Has Disappeared LONDON Nov Is reported that Bouhinger tho Jersey for an unknown destination liusshm territory yesterday and made a WPn as that when recess was announced raid on several Kurdish vlUagos killing lire was characteristic of thojtromeiHlous oxcite 1 mcilt prevailing in the market today When tho death was first announced scores of brokers without waiting to hear any thing about it rushed oil in mad haste to make tho best could of the time in making up their accounts Tlie rush to sell after the recess caused by the fatal caused the lowest prices of tlio day but with the exhaustion of the selling orders whioh then a number of brokers who had been heavy Hollers In the early dealings turned and bought heavily A rally was soon under way and at m tho market was quiet with prmos 1 to 2 per oenb lowest bfthfi day Tho Vandorbllfcs had been firmer than tho list and Northwestern and Lako Shore sustain a material de cline The stock market maintained a moderate business in the last hour Prices continued to advance and gains of to were scored Later however sugar which had been nearly neglected daring tho early por tion of the came to the front with a sharp drop from 57 to avid the general list was effectedto some extent The mar ket finally closed active and weak close to the lowest prices notwithstanding arally of 2 per cent Before 2 oclock tho srenoral railway Use rallied and the market con tinued to gain strength up to when showed a reciovury of Iu a number of stooks with Lacka wauua Burlington Quiucy Northwestern Sfc Eock Island New York Central and Union Pacific in the lead In the money Hurry louns reported as high as and interest but these rates wore exceptional uud around 2 p m the quotation was down to 15 per cent per an num Tho heavy declines of without failures ou the street whiuh emphasizes the fact that for a long time the stocksi have not been hold to any extejit upon on brokers margins A prominentspecuhi tor aptly characterized the present flurry as a rich mans panic The Gould people are credited today ing laige purchasers The final losses are very material and St Paul Is down Pacific Mail and New England each 5 sugar Louisville The Dutch Kato Advanced OTiTE HAOUK Nov Bank of the Netherlands advanced tho rate of discount from 3 per cent to iiQ A ACCIDENT Noy to W A Jameson Jameson are on everyones lips touight Four years ago fifteen conductors on the Rio Grande were laid of by a change In the management which services unnecessary Among them was W A Jameson bade his wife and fouryearold girl good by and went to Texas to secure work Soon after ho loft Mrs Jameson became very friendly with Taylor superintendent of bridgoa and buildings of the Denver Eio Grande She obtainedadeed to their home mortgaged the property lor and left with Taylor on a trip to the Northwest visiting Seattle Tacoma and other places returning after a few Jamesoi heard of It and returned with the intentior of the man who had betrayed Irim Ho find him and the affair broke up the family Jameson returned to Texas and the rela tions between Taylor and the woman con tiuued Last Saturday Jameson was klllcc at Clarendon Texas by the cars arid his body brought here for burial It was taker charge of by tho Order of Railway Conduc tors and the Masonic fraternity Theguilty wife asked that the body taken to her house but it was refused After ranch pleading with oneof tho leading Masons the womanwas given an order onthe under taker for thobody which she desired t in herhouse but one The undertakers got the corpse and were half way to Mrs Jamesons house when the conductors found ont what was going on and work stopped the hearse and ordered It back somo parleying tho hearse turned around and again placed the eofiln In the and when the woman found this gut she vowed she would replevin Mr Jameson carried S2nOO Insurance with tho Order of Railway Conductors and with the Masous When tho first trouble occurred be changed tho papers froth his wifo to his By of the deceased in her house overnight she would get control of this The two societies swear that the money shall only go to the child when she becomes olage If she replevins the body they Vwlll swear out warrant charging her with bo a revival of stahrartism in the Republi can party such as to make a great Kept b llcan year The Republican workers all over the country did not take an active partin this campaign They felt as though th ohservices to the Republican party had bben undervalued but in 1S92 these persons will bo work in support of some candi date who will arouse enthusiasm and these very men will lead to victory as heretofore The result of tl e recent elections has not put an end to the Presidential chances of eiUier William MoKinley or Thomas B Reed but it has probably postponed tluir Blaine or Algor would be tho win tiers at the head of the ticket in A Rich Body or Ore Uncovered in tlie Famous Mine Idaho Nov to The pecploof Believuc arc feel ing exceedingly inbilsnt over the future outlook of the camp ThoBollevuo Idaho Mining Company operating tho Queen of the Hills mine have been doing heavy pros pect work tho past three yours during which time tho output of ore has not been sufficient to pay expenses They are event ually handsomely by opening up animmense body of high grade ore and the mine will henceforth resume hor position as of yoro as one of the heaviest ore producers on Wood river The continnod assessments made xipon stock during this development caused such men as Charles Popper Now York J C Collins Salt Lake and others to drift out of tho company owing to a lack of faith and recently tho property passed into the bands of New Vork capitalists ono of whom M Shaughnessy Is now president About ten days ago tho company sent Prof William S Blake of Now Haven finesi geologist in A mor ion out here to make a careful tion and report upon the property and while be was hero with Superintemlont Halght tho large body of ore WHS uncov ered and the company are now JEREMIAH BE STEER Our IgricnHnralDgecretary Predicts a Removal of Restrictions PLEHRQPNEUMONIA IS ERADICATED Mnst Admtt American Beef or Find New Reasons for jSxclud ing McKcevcr on Mili tary Silver Purchases Notes NOT attention of Secretary Rusk was today called to tho re port cabled in which tho British Minister of Agriculture Chaplin Is represented as op posing a removal of tho restrictions of the British Government ngainst live cattle from the United States Tho Secretary said satisI Chaplin was taking the side of thoso whoso fied that they have n bonanza Tt Is learned that Prof Blnke holds the hiphost possible opinion of entire mine find if the orig inal intention was to place the mine on tho market thnt idea will certainly be aban doned This together with tho Minnie Moore ReliefConsolidation tioned and the county seat should cer tainly place Bellevuo in the foremost rank of camps in the near future Minister Lincoln at Washington WASHINGTON Nov T interests led so oppose the free intro duction of A merican cattle and seemed to forget that the country had abundant evi dence that there exists among the purchas ers of store cattle in England and a widespread feeling in favor of the unre stricted importation of cattlo from this countrj They can bo allowed vvltu perfect safety to British cattle The Secretarj construes the recently adopted by the agricultural council to mean that It is simply a question when the British Government will feal obliged to remove the restrictions from any country which can show conclusively that disease has been eradicated Just aa Lincoln Minister 1o England reached this j soon as suttlcient time has in my opinion ISSUES OP THE CAMPAIGN FIGHT FOR HIS ORE A Pueblo Workman Falls Into a Pot of Molten Metal DESVRR Nnr to A Pueblo speciul to the Acios John SiebllnK a pot puller at the Pueblo smelter was so badly roasted last uijrht that he will die Siebling pulled a pot out loft it stundlagand wont for another In backing out ho stumbled and fell backwards Into the first pot sitting scjuarely down in Erie North American and each 3J4 Northern Pacific preferred Jersey Central Rock Island Reading Western Union Missouri Pacific Atchlson Richmond and West Point and most of the active list The Coroner decides that Strainers death was caused by of a blood vessel In THE SITUATION and must lead to revolution in ophthalmoli it Hu threw back his hands to save him ogy because itwlll alter the constitution of self and they too were submerged to the the eye BREWER BISMARCK olbow in tho molten metal To add fto the horror of the situation his clothing caught firtx A follow workman doused the man with water put out the flames Hiasxif torjngs wera From his shoulders Offers 11 Per Cent Divi dends to Investors i i BERLIN Nov Dispatch to his knees hot a particle of jskin remains Chronicle J Tonight lying at tho hospital Bismarck is about to appear in a new ca pacity that of The exChancellor precarious condition is of ago and has a Sweden The poorfCl for been oneof tho largest j low is suffering the most distillers I is the empireAs yet howovor clothes wore all there wusno brewery on uny estates j capable Serious Trouble Anticipated Between Idaho Miners BELMVTJE to TRITJUNE is liable to trouble with probably fatal results to some person over mining claimssituated in the Minnie Moore raining gulch just about one mile from Bellovuo It appears thatone OampbelUocated a claim January 1 1SS9 recording the same and fourteen days later Isaacson andADaley located a claim just above Campbells Peace prevailed betweenthem until a ago when Campbell formed that Isaacson and others were extracting Camp bell immediately proceeded to the ground andlearnedthat Isaacson had the ledge Upon his without ore and good judgment here pronipted him to sink uponi In and the result revealeda nice vein of very rich ore notified Isaacson to cease wbrkvonhis latter pays nien had the ground carefQlly day and revealedposi tiye proof ore lay i onh is group The Wall Street Wizard Says Now Is Buy NEWYOKK was asked this afternoon to give gard to the of prices iu Wall street Therois of course as any can seeby looking at the nV voy mnrliat would do not Senator AJlison to Ac count for Republican Reverses WASHINGTON Nov Dis Francisco Chronicle Series Senator Joe Blackburns breezy accoun of tho Blalne protetit against the McKinlej Tarifl1 bill is tlie talk of the day Vvhori th famous scene took place in tho Appropria tions Committee room last June the inci dent was published together with Secretary Elaines protest but nono of the partici pants felt froo to give a personal narration and the silence which Senator Blackburr has broken led some persons to doubt whether all that was alleged took place A local paper prints today an interview had with Senator Allison on tho subject IMr Allison said that a private conversation was held in tho room and participated in by Messrs Elaine Hale Blackburn and himself Mr W 13 Curtis of tho State Department was the only per son present other than those named Tho conversatiou was whollyprivate and so de clared and vinderstood by all the parties at 1he time Mr Allison says that though often requested ho had declined to speak of this conversation as to do so so far as to state tho substance of it would bo a viola tion of confidence on his part Ho further stated that Mr Blaino did not use the auguage imputed on him iu the dispatch and if such language had been used he would have remembered It ns to the causes that led to the Republican defeat ho said Reverses are to bu expected m tho middle of m administration especially when nil the officers or nearly all are to bt changed by the expira tion of terms This was supplemented this year by local causes in many States In Kansas it Farmers Alliance its a political ftictor and resubmission of prohibition in Nebraska it was tho Farmers Alliance and the prohibitory amendment in Minnesota and tho two Dakotns tlie FarmersAlliance took a large force from thoRepublicfins in Wisconsin it was the Bennett law and some 61 the same conditions in Illinois in Pennsylvania it was local dissen sions well understood in the States The Mclvinley bill so called was a political fnctor Many of our best Republicans believed njxuy of and impolitic They were lukewarm The Democrats seized defects in the billto misrepresent it in many ways and our newspapers and speakers had iiot time between the passage of the bill and the election to counteract these falsehoods and misropresentatiquB These are xsomc of tho oiluses in operation In tbo East it was declared to bo a bill to increase the cost of food and with outadvancing wages and taxing raw material so as to place manufacturers at adisadvantage In the West it was declared to be a bill for the Jlast alone so these arguments were placed and both sections alike seemto have been more or less influenced in their votes A GREEK IN CONGRESS A Battlefield Waif Who Ijed a For lorn Wisconsin Hope Nov Dis Francisco Chronicle Scries For the first time in its history Congres will have a fullblooded Greek among its members The Greek is Colonel Leonidas Miller this surname being taken from Vermont gentleman who picked him up on one of the battlefields of Greece when that country was struggling for independence many years ago Miller who wasthen 3 was brought to Monlvpclici Vt whyre he lived until his benefactor died Then he came to Wisconsin where lie has amassed considerable property He was nominated to Congress to lead a forlorn lope campaign and was the most surprised man in the nation when the returns showed that he was elected city this from Chicago He called on Secretary Proctor at tho War Depart ment and hold n quiet reception among his old official friends He appeared to bo in the best of health To an Associated Press reporter he said The stories to the effect that T intend to resign my post nro withdrawal of lutely false I came hero on a leave of ab sence atid shall remain forty or fifty days after which T shall go back to England and resume Ho afterward visited the State Depart ment ind made a brief call on Secretary Blaino elapsed since tho lust case of pleuropneu uionia occurred In this country I make official declaration of its eradication and shall strive to satisfy British Government tho disease not exist here Tf this does not secure these restrictions England HONORING THE IRISH DISTINGUISHED OAT1TEHTNG NEW rOKK NIGIIT Parncll Is Cheered iiiti lialfour Governor Hill and jVInny Other Notables Contrlbutiane NEW YORK Nov Metropolitan Opera House was packed tonight on tbo occasion oil the reception given the Irish delegates OConnor OBrien Dillon Har rington and Gill by the Irish societies of New York The opera house decorated simply with Irish and American fiags Many prominent gentlemen were present The audience was intensely enthusiastic cheering alternately for tho delegates and I Parnell and hissing Balfour Among tho list oC yicepresidents were these names j Grover Cleveland P Morton Charles A Dana William Jl Evarte General Sher man Chauncey M Dopew Governor Abbott of Now Jersey Govornor Hill of New York Carl Schura Joseph T ODonoghue Eugene Kelly and Richard OGormou Governor Hill introduced tho delegates to the audience BAyinjf that they represented a cause which calls for the sympathy of theAmerican people It hits been said he added that of this country ought not to bo expended with such active interest on Irish affhhs lie was sure this was but the sentiment of a few aud not of a vast majorityof our people Addresses were made by the delegates after which Mr ODouahue then announced that Eugene Kelley had subscribed S1000 He himself would subscribe Major John Burns tLe railroad operator would subscribe 551000 a year for live years Ex Mayor Grace and Mayor Grant each sub scribed Numerous other subscriptions of smaller amounts were made Governor Hill giving S100 and saying ho would like to contribute when the delegates arrive at Albany The total receipts and subscrip tions AN IMPORTANT LABOR MEETING THE INTKKSTATroXAL ASSEMBLY OP KNIGHTS AT DENVEK Dana for tlie Senate NETT YORK Nov Tribune will tomorrow contain editorial upon the New York Scnatorship saying in substance Since the Democrats will have control of thenext Legislature Charles Dana edi or of the New York Sun will tikely be tbo next Senator from New York The South Dakota ST Nov from ETu says the Republicans have a ma ority on joint ballot iu Legislature overnor Mellettes vote will exceed that of louck by 7000 andthat of Taylor by Although Pierre claims ohave wop the contest for the permanent apital the Huronites will not concede it WHY IIE IS DEAD thiB wilt L New Yorker Who JJepended on a Christian Science Healer i San Francisco certifi cite of doathwas filed yesterday whIchgave cause of i deathtoo Christian igh t the iirtf Olinu n this a limited company will be formed wltur capital of once without feoliugfatnt from the burned flest recei ve nios t ciare f u iratfren tfoni Yoilc Central Jrhiit afidfh iuMVMntoat4 v o iexecuticn s the Ui I Action to Ro Tnkeii on tho Important Subject of Master Work man Powdorly Vt Ol JCVSiLiUliiUua will have to at least abandon the charge ofc unhealthfulness of cattlo as a canae Tbowij are buyors as well as sellers abroad and they will probably to It that their in terest also receives somo attention Referring to Secretary Chaplins asaertiorv that pleuropneumonla still existed Secretary Rusk said I challenge Chaplin to point out a single casa of pleuropneumonla existing among Ameri ican Of course I cannot toll what AX bis source of information Is but whatever it is he is grievously misled One thing tain and that is that it is now over six months since any allegation has been mad o by British officers of the discovery of pleuro among cattlo from the United States landed in Great THE HILIXARY COLtKQES Acting AdjutantGeneral McKeover In his annual report to the Secretary of WMV devotes much space to the subject of mill tary colleges Tho average number oC students over IS years of ago that attended these institutions during the last BChoolistlo year was of whom 811 attended ar drills and 5014 infantry drills Tho total numberof pupils having rcceivod military instruction during the last quarter of tho school year is General McKeover One of tho obstacles pointed outnSn former reports to a tho roughly military department tho newness of a number of students steadily increasing The best results will not bo obtained until each university or college is favored with an army makes military drills and instruction com pulsory upon all male students of proper age who are physically able and in addi tion places adequate facilities for Indoor drills during the winter THV SILVER PURCITASKS Six hundred thousand ounces sliver woro offered and purchased at the treasury to day as follows ounces ounces at ounces at oumioii at ounces at ounces at ounces at Amount silver purchased at mint during week ended 8th was ounces total amount purchased for this1 month including purchases at mints and todays purchases at treasury ounces THE CROP YIELDS The November returns to tho Department of Agriculture on rates of yield per acre make the average for bushels po tatoes bushels wheat bushels hay tons tobacco 718 pounds The corn crop marks the smallest yield reported except that of 1SS1 which was bushels It is 83 per cent of tho average ot the last ten years and only 73 per cent of last years crop Tho decline of tho last not duo to an impairment of the fertility but to unfavorable meteorological Influences The average rate of yield of potatoes ia bushels Tho condition of the crop in October was lower than any report of pre vious crops except 1887 being against When the rate of yield is bushels it Imparts a scarcity and warrants high prices The yields of hay are large as a rule throughout tho country The cano sugar crop will bo large and sugar beets have done well west of the Missouri indi cating probably a rapid development of the sugar industry A NEW MAniKB HOARD WASHINGTON NOV EiS Francisco Chronicle Series isbelieved thivt tho Commission of Treas ury whom the recommendatlpnr International Marine Conference were referred will report In favor of a permanent marine under the Score tary of the Treasuryr like the board of DENVER Nov Interest is being manifested in labor circles of tho Westas to the result of the meeting of the International Assembly of the Knights of Labor which convenes in the Fifteenth Street Theater tomorrow afternoon at Tho question of strikes will probably receive more attention than any other subject that j will be brought before the assembly arid j their action taken on this matter is awaited with irlterost by allKnights as well There will be about 200 j delegates present representing every secj tipn of Canada and the United State The session is likely to last for atleast two 1trade of Great Biitain to have jurisdiction weeks and may be prolonged for three weeks or more A large amount of business is to be uausacted notthe least important of which ia theelection of officers for the ensuing two i with i member of the Cabinet at its Grand Master Workman Powderly aceom was the idea marine panied by a number of the most Cunferjncc but it is expected members of the order arrived here this j bureau Or board be established will morning Mr Powderly will speak tOrnight 3evoiop into a Department of upon the Labor ajul Marine before It tions of the So many seatshavealJ curioxisfacttliat oursis the only Important ready been reserved that it Is safe to say he mulinc nation which has no special organi will navean five thousand peo ple In a regarding the present condition of the order Mr said I am happy to say it wasnever in a Since Must year our riieiobership has increased many thousand but we are not looking for membeis at pres ent Wnatwe intelligent uud I f gin to say that the kind who fare j our doors With suchmember ship we areii power in theland arid tbatls about the sole objectv of our order over al official mattora that concern the marine shipping cdun try jt js nqt thought practicable a separate executive dopartmeni iyeaa we i elect for the nation in coatrol of sblpplag THE GOSPEL Endorses the Philan thrbpic Plaiis irojitcUs Series a rich man makeof bill TtiiBV will receiyemich know bat quite often upon thiiil the ushaye ubw whicti ideals and containedvin negiesGospel of 1   

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