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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING ALL THE OTHER DAILIES CJTY COJWBIHED THE MOST EXTEN81VC BEST ADVERTISING MD1U1 J ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION VOL 217 SALT LAKE CITT UTAH WEDNESDAY MOKNING NOVEMEE3 12 1890 PKICE PI VE CENTS THE PROBLEM OF THE HOUR The Knights of Labor Should Discuss the Tariff Question MASTER WORKMAN POWDEBLYS ADVICE Some Snfffcested by the New York Central Worlds Fair Year a Good One ior u General Strike Nor 11Tho General Assembly of Knights of Labor convened this morning with about two hundred delegates present General Master Workmen Powderly read the annual address after which tho assembly adjourned until tomorrow A public re ception was tendered tho delegates this afternoon at which soveral thousand people t Iowdcrly in his annual address touching tho ocooornlc policy of the Government Kaid In part We have not us an order adopted a tariff or clause In our prcatnhlo and I do not advise such a 1hlng now Wo should however throw the doors of our assemblies for discussion of this great problem so the members may bo OOMII educated in the basis of tho principles Of protection and fieo trade I recommend that ou and after tho 1st of January next It shall bo permUdablc for local assemblies to discuss tho question of which will brlug tho greatest good to tho greatest number high tarllT or free trade Thus wo do not commit the order to either school arid yet allow our members to lake up for dlHOUHslon aud agi tation that vital Upon the question of maintaining legisla tive committoes Powderly thought 1C the Assembly decided to maintain thorn It should also decide what measures they Hhall advocate how far they may go and with whom they may cooperate HO they may not be considered the legitimate proy of ovory faction and political party Air Powderly dwelt at length upon tho Now York Central strike w said in part Individual effort In the direction of ameliorating conditions that wore not easy of oiuhirauue had proved abortive Public olllclals wore appealed Lo here and there but nothing ever camo of It The public fromBuffalo to Now Vork was with finv exceptions under Influence of the Vuridorbilt system With the chosen ser vants of tho public traveling on passes with tlio editors of tho papers along the road subsidized In the same manner It be came Impossible for tho workmen to got the public ear or placo their before the olliolals of tho company without sub jecting themselves to to visits of committees of tho men to the railway officials Powderly said Tho Idea of mooting oo a level of equality with employees for tho purpose of ng terms of agreement ropugnaub to rnon whosa aristocratic tendencies wero given birth beneath the shadow of tho house of Vanderbilt and means to put a stop lo those Importunities were sought or Tho plan of picking olf tbe spokesman In order to terrify the rest was resorted to and ono aftor another discharged In the hope that the lesson would bo of practical value to tho company In terrorizing tho rank and Referring to his correspondence with Mtstur Workman Leo Powderly says malicious persons and papers pro siiined to Interpret rny language as being In of a conspiracy to get up a strike tiiMicr during the Presidential year or whon tins Worlds Fair a In progress What I said was tliat If tho organization oould bo kept up the Worlds Fair the Now York would not be able to refuse any joint concession Those who saw cou nplraoy In that sentence would If they wore Just any that no Just oon Cfsslon should bo refused In any year 1 am opposud to strikes My views on tlio aro well known but If men tiro do giiln anything they must be organized they inusiIn prepared to strike even though wo do It If wo must have strikes then we should prepare for them and not allow ovtry subordinate to rush the order Into tiuMn at a moments notice without prepa ration If should be the beat year to train what is just and right and proper for abor that would bo the best year to strike ml not time wtum no preparations uive linen made During the New York strike had an opportunity to earn who our friends wero among the nuws and found that thwy wore exceed ingly tow We were given quantities of warning and censure Aluny papers friumlly to us did not scorn to understand Mm situation or the necessity of mtm who worked or low wages Sluoo tho Central ended thure wore rumors of aiiothur on tho Fide and tho papers Iwiran to show that there was no necessity for a strike on that road for tho managers jntd wurUnion wero working in harmony Thwf will always bo harmony between em pi yor anil whon the formor has the power to dictate what the employee shall eat drink and wear Whon tho em ploynr has a monopoly of the market he has also a monopoly of tho harmony that our prau about so much soo tho editor of a New ami UK president uf tho Now York Contra iiaiiiMad operating the raising of a fund to fciul and women in Ireland who have buoii rubbed through exactly the samo dla bulkal system that Is now beginning to rob tho workmen of America That which la found worthy of praise In tho Irish work man who strikes against Injustice la damned in his brother iu Amerlna whon he asks for enough to keep his children out of poorhouse order to prevent strikes we must make every preparation to make them successful whon oattrod upon and legislation in that direction must bf enacted at this session or yuur Incoming general oftloers must be given to understand that under no circumstances must ihtiy take part In strikes of any iMr Powdorly advocated equal rights for both soxos the acceptance of tho Invitation to sand ilelygatos to the next FarmersAl liauoo convention and cooperutlon of the Knights of Labor with tho various railroad organisations in the work of federation lasted several minutes Addresses were made by all gentlemen Mr Powderly In the course of his remarks irpon Ihihue New York Central strike und when spoaking of Robert Pinkertoa and his htrvd became quite excited arid said Plnkerton with his power to hurl ilwj forces HU hiH fllsnosal against defenseless workiiigriiun exercises a power above thut of the President of the United States and yet In the face of the Constitution which says the President shall not call on tho troops wlthont tho advice and consent of OonfcreKK this man Pinktsrton hurls his armies wherever a corporation asks for them and in our investigation before the court discovered that on the morning Ktrlke began these men were prepared with tholnyt Winchester to stand nil aloof the lino of the New York Central If tho day must come when ono man can stand up in this country and hire an army In that svay the day has also come when oUior riinn can do it f It is right for this man Plnkcrtori lo hire an army t violaie the laws then the ranks of labor have therftfht to hire an army to preserve the law and wo shall stand aTayod against that which has made It possible forono man to become greater than the Government of the people I Bay the day has come when our Legislatures should consider this ques tion Men of Colorado remember you are loyal of the groatHst earth and demand of your Letflslaturn that they shall pass a law which will forever pre vent the name of Robert Piukorton figuring as the commanrlerincbibf of H rebel WILL STAND BY PROTECTION They Foretell Per Cest of tlio Cold THE SIGNAL OFFICE AKNUAL REP03T Progress of the Heliographic Sys tem of Fore casts Mario tip in IJess tliau a Alcoliol tal Notes MAJOR MKINUS VT HAS OONFIJDKNCE IN THIS TEOPLE Tho TCecont Defeat Was Not Caused by tho Tariff but By n J a Landing of ts Provlnlons Nov MoKin ley arrived In Chicago this morning and is slopping at his sisters house resting after his hard campaign Ho talked freely with an AwHoolated Press reporter tonight on the results of the recent election and referring to the new tariff law said In part If It had much to do with tho Republican losses it was not the law itself but be cause of a misunderstanding of its provl slonH among tho people and tho studious ellorts of at home and abroad to misrepresent it Tho alleged marking up of prices was tho most toiling agency of de oeption The law was less than a month old when the electlotiH occurred Its ollect couiil not bo felt or shown by actual expe rience Falsehood took tho place of fact and imposed upon credulous people Goods were stild to have gone up in prices whloh have boon placed on the free list In the now law and many articles whore duties have been reduced were said to have gone up all bo of the now law Time alone will vindicate or condomri tho measure Mls roprosontatlon and deception will no longer avail now tho election is over Those who cure know its exact provisions can do so by examination of the law Itself removed from partisan prejudice The people in my said Major MoKlnloy will stand by protection They always have when the issue has been presented Thn Major refused to say anything as to the policy of the Republican party at the coming session of Congress or the ticket of tho party for the next campaign SUGAR TKUST KBCKIVERS Slocum Havojiioycr nnd White Ap of tho Court NiiW YOKK Nov Pratt this morning appointed as receivers for the Sugar Trust General Henry W Slooum Henry O riavomoyor and 3 V Whlto Tlio bond is each with two or moro sureties Tho motion fnr judgment was reserved and the Injunction will bo superseded as soon as the receivers take Judge Pratt directs tho trustees to de liver to tho receivers ovory book of account entry memorandum relating to the property or business of the Sugar Trust and their servants aro commanded to deliverto the receivers muniments of title evidences of indebtedness evidences of right certifi cates of stock books of account entries and memoranda The servants are also dlrooted to maki full and completestatements to the receivers of all facts in their possession In order that tho receivers may bo enabled to settie tho business of the trust The court orders the trustoM to absolutely do Hist from further manasomrmt or inter ference with the business or property of the trust and also from exercising any power ovor tho corporations composing tho trust The court forbids the removal from the Stato of any property In tho trust except in the rso of business The court continues inforco tho original injunction restraining the Central Trust Company from reorganising the trust WASHINGTON Nov bis annual re port the Chief Signal Officer General Grce there has been decided improve ment in tho condition and efficiency of the army as regards signal practice The most important event in connection with tho work of the signal corps has been in the successful establishment und maintenance of an elaborate system of heliograph signal ing in tho Department of Arizona longer distances being attained than ever before Referring to the Weather Bureau of the service General Groeley says the duties devolving on the forecast office permit loss than oneaunrtor of a minute on an average in which to decide formulate and express a forecast for a State or a dis trict regarding any moteoroligical element such as the weather temperature and wind llaroly can a minute be given to predictions for any particular State or district Not withstanding all the difficulties there were only fourteen occasions last year on which severe cold wavos were not predicted DS per cent of till the Important cold waves being predicted Speaking of tornadoes General Greeley said it appears from data on hand that In no Stato may a destructive tornado be ex pected oftenor than two years aud that the aroa ovor which total destruction can be expected is exceedingly small oven In the States most liable to these violent storms General Grooley believes this a matter of great public importance and desired to im press upon the people at largo how small are the chanofls of personal Injury or loss of property in this connection In conclusion lie says tornadoes are not so destructive of life as thunderstorms NO JfREK ALCOTTOL The Treasury Department has decided pure alcohol dutiable at the rate of 10 per cent ad valorem without regard to the use for which It is intended This will prevent tho importation free of alcohol for tbe use of scientllic or other Institutions WANT rrilKIS AMEIIICAN PORK The Secretary ofAgriculture is in receipt of a communication from Minister Oarr ust Copenhagen in which Can1 states that a petition was recently presented to the Danish Government by the leading impor ters of Copenhagen asking the removal of the restrlotfon against American pork Canadds that tho opinion is generally en tertained in Denmark that in the near fu ture American pork willbe admitted to all countries of Europe THE VESUVIUS Lieutenant Schroeder commanding tho reports to the Navy Depart ment today from Tompkinsville that last night a tug struck the Vesuvius end on twisting the stem several Inches and clashing in two bow plates on each side badly for four Coot bending tho frames and two diagonals There was no injury under tho water The Vesuvius wassent to North River to take coal aboard as Iho trufitors refused to deliver it elsewhere THE BABY SMOKER BjSAO An Infant TVlio Enjoyed His Pipe When Seven Months Old TniiiiTOH Nov Dis Francisco Chronicle Scott Hancock Doran the baby has died of diphtheria after a weeks illness Winfield celebrated his fourth birthday last May Ho smoked for four years before his dearh He was a bright boy with big black eyes and round cheeks in which the roses of health bloomed Ills father was an Inveterate smoker From him tho child inherited a taste for tobacco rfnd he logan smoking before he was seven months old When eight months old he was an accomplished smoker of the uipo His appetite for tobacco was found to be a normal one and he seemed to thrive under it Dr Elmer Rogers could find no trnce of nicotine poisoning and decided that tobacco had u soothing elVoct upon the child who was weaned early In addition to a pipeful of tobacco he enjoyed from two to fivo cigars daily The father nnd mother were both proud of their pTeeocious son Winfleld craved the elVects of poison as for the past two years ho would not smoke u new clay or briar wood pipe liking best one woll saturated with nicotine llo preferred strong cigars and was a One judge of their quality THOSE CANNIBAL SKETCHES I JUDGE ARD JOBY DOOMEO TheHen Who Found Birchall Guilty Sentenced to Death LURID LETTER FROM A A Sensational Tragedy at Chicago Wedding Post poned With a Snell Murefer Case Criiii Record ITEUT TROUP TZCLLS KNOWS ABOUT HE The Stories Were Started By on Inter preter Who Account of Troup THE PLAYERS LEAGUE THE BELLKVUE AVAR PKNKEKTONS ARMY Powdorlys Fiery Denunciation of tho Detective Business PBNVBH Nov ll fSpeolul to Tho Grand Assembly of the Kiiights of Labor met this morning at 10 oclock in the P O S of A Hull General Master Work man Powderly called tho body to order and after a few preliminary remarks read his annual report The meeting waa held with closed doora All tho delegates are not yet present bat It found that there weresso far two contests on hand one from the Stute Assembly of Massachusetts and the other from the State Assembly of Florida The convention then adjourned to permit the committee to consider tho oases of the del elates contested At 2 oclock this afternoon a public re ception WHS tendered the delegates at tho Fifteenth Street Niuivly 8000 people packed the house Tbo stage was occupied by Thomas Neertham president of the local assembly 321 Hon L Thomas Knlph Baarnont Eov Myron Heed Mayor Londoner and Grand Master Work man Powderly When the latter gentleman appeared upon the platform to take his seat it signal for applause whlch Isaacson Fortifies His Position and HohlH the Ground BKLLKVTTK Nov to the case of the disputed min ing claim between Campbell nnd Isaacson mentioned In those dispatches Campbell this morning appeared to do assessment work but Isaacson and his men at the tunnel commanded tho situation behind breast works with guns and drove them back The claim Is guarded In this manner constantly and tho extraction of oro is prosecuted vig orously This afternoon Isaacson while In toxicated threatened to shoot Campbell on sight The latter was advisod and ho Im mediately hooted himsolf and leisurely me andered up and down tho street In front of Isaacson for an hour but Isaacson made no break Campbell has decided now to appeal to the court for au Injunction restraining jumpers taking out any moro of thatSlSOO Tho NASHVILLE Nov soft and sticky Twoyearolds five won Llnllthgow second Corinne third TimG Threeyoarolds and upwards six fur won Attlcuo second Gray Cloud third Time Threeyearold and upwards rupt won Peuu P second J T third Time Twoyearolds five won Vortex second Eose Howard third Time Threeyearolds elevensixteenths of a won Puente second Mangle third Time An Idaho Contest Idaho Nov to The election of the Republican candidate Fred Hastings for Assessor of Lopran county attho late election is now under contest by G B Pettus tho defeated Democrat on of irregularity in Minedoku precinct where the polls were not opened until afternoon Minedoka polled twelve votes and if thrown butwill elect Pettus which shows the raoe was close Proceedings at tlie Annual Consolidations Reported PiTTSntruo Nov National Play ers Lttagno began its annual in this city this morning All the clubs arc represented as follows Boston Hart and Jrwin Ward and Worth Chicago Addison Cleveland Johnson Philadelphia VandorslidO and Wood New York McAI plneand Plttsburg Kay and Han Ion Buffalo Gilbert and Whila The reports of the Secretary and Treas uscr wort presented and referred Boston was awarded Che championship A lengthy discussion followed on the question of AU the clubs but Pittsburg and New York reported nothing done looking to the consolidation with the National League BOSTON Nov Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Series ant Troup who was an officer of Stanleys famous rear guard will sail for England to morrow Today hie attontion was called to the horrible charges made against Jameson and Major Barttelot by Mr Boiicy Lieu tenant Troup snid he had no doubt of tho truth of what Bonny said about the Majors cruel conduct Lieutenant Troup referred to the stories about canlbalism and said I did soo the sketches that Stanlcv refers to but I never said that1 Jameson bought n girl and Klive her to the caiiihnls Tho story UK 1 heard it is as follows Jameson had biiou snut to Ka songo by Barttelot to sec Tippoo Tib wLo IcR Stanley Fallssomq lime in April 1888 tlio iduft being to make iiuw propositions in rugnrd to the propound carriers Jameson wns accom panied by Assad Farnm interpreter to tho ex pedition and by his bJauk boy Ho returned to our the flrpl week in Juno and visited me as f lav sick in m v hut Jameson was a clever artist and an ardent naturalist and never lost an make a good was customary to show them to mo he calling mo his art critic Cn this occasion ho snid he had made a lotof sketchesduring his absence and they would amuse me while ho was at lunch One series of sketches impressed mo very Thoy cannibal sketches which Bonny alluded to When bu came to my hut after lunoh he askedmo in a chaffing way IM Choughthe had improved My reply was What an awfol subject you have here His reply in effect was that ho had not been present at the killing of the girl and thnt that part of thesketch was drawn from a description but thai he came afterword just asthey were feasting I thought nothing more about Jt at the time I flout for Farrati on our way home and cautioned hm to be very careful what he said for I wouldbe in duty bound toreport the circumstances to the Emin Boy relief committee on my return borne He assured mo that all ho had said to Captain Langeli regarding Jamesons actions was true 1 was too 111 to take down the statement in writing but tho recital distressed me like a When we arrived at Stanley Vool missionaries camo to mo and asked she of the horrible story they had heard from Assad Farran I could tell them nothing I had loarnodln theaboyestato miMt addingthat I was triux Captain Langeli to tho AdministratorGeneral ofCongoFree State Bomo On my arrival in England I m ado my report to the relief coramittoo Assad Farrons statement having been spread broadcast in the Congo region wascommuni umed by mail to the English newspapers simultaneously on uiy Shortly afterward Farran London On iho following morning after his arrival Farran made a retraction in full signed by him of the charge against Mr Jameson and some other charges made against Major Bartfcolot WOODSTOCK Nov Dispatch Francisco Chronicle is growing despondent and appears to be anxicuS for the fatal day Of late his sleep has not been sound and his face shows sign of the awful mental strain which he had t bear He frequently talks of bis death au says he regrets tbe possibity that the doc tors will cut him open in their postmorten examination He is anxious that his re mains be securely entombed in a brlckc vault lest they be stolen by some member of the medical profession whom he de scribes as rubbing their hands in ecstacy tx lay hold of him after ho is dead and carv him Ho laughs at those who say ho woul attempt to cheat the gallows and says he i not of the stuff that suicides aro made of Mrs Birchail has received a telegram froi Dudley another of Bord Kathborn farm pupils and one of Birchalls most Intl rnato companions during his visit to Wood stock in 1888 and 3800 in the role of Lor Somerset The telegram is dated fron Point Edward and contains a request for to on able Dudley to visit the prisoner be fore ho dies WOODSTOCK Nov letter concerning tho Benwel murder has been received signed by J B dated Buffalo In effect it says am a member of a conspiracy which deal with moneyed Englishmen who were brough out here to be robbed of their The letter goes on to say that tbe scheme was it working order previous to Birchail comin to this country and four of tho party were at the swamp when Birchail and Benwel came along They met them and tried to induce Benwell to swear to assist them in the business or he would be killed Benwell would not listen and they shot him and cu1 his name from his clothing We then told BircbaH to out of the country and gave him what articles he had taken from Ben well Wo told Blrchall we had chloroformed Ben woll and he did not know ho had been murdered The writer says Aa sure aa Blrchall dies not one board shall bo left of the build ings of the jurymen who sent him there We have Judge McMahon spotted and should we have to wreck a train to murder him we wHl and we hereby notify him of tbe death awaiting him and the jurymen also If Blrchall be punished it will make two men executed for our deed besides one undergo ing life Birchail continues to protest his inno Birchail will be executed at 0 oclock Fri day morning nro Did and Robert Howard ami ihfir brotherinlaw James BiekerstaJV Thry wore mt wounded The trniioily was the outcome of a family quarrel Dawson having married aud de serted a sister of the Howards parties have many frirods There is much ment The Howard party refuse to talk THE WALL STREET PANIC INCIDENTS CUBA STIUQ AFTER TASCOTT The TUB STAN JURY RECEPTION two clubs uioutloned reported filial they had ontorod into an arrangement satlsfao tory to both sides and next season there would bo Initono club in each of these oit lea This announcoinonti while not wholly unexpected caused a good deal of indigna tion The discussion following was very stormy Tending a settlement of the ques tion tho League adjourned for dinner An agreement between the two Pittsburg clubs was arrived at at a secret conference last night Tonight tbe climax was reached when Colonel McAlpin and H B iiay of burg arose in the mootingand formally tendered their rosiguatluus in the Players League They flatly said they intended to resign from the Players League in order to join National clubs Then followed a storm They were urgued with and threatened hut were obdurate They had no explanation to make and merely ollored their resigna tions The meeting was then hastily ad journed until tomorrow The officers of the Players say they have applications from cities that than fill the vacancies created by tho defection of New York aiid Iittsburg Tomorrows meeting 5s expected to decide to accept the resignations New York Society Treated to an In NRTV Yomc Nov M Stanley representatives of j tlie explorer was tendered a reception to TEN PASSJHINGERS KILLED Six The Episcopal Congress DEUMUA Nov thirteenth congress of the Episcopal Church bf the United States WHS Inaugurated1 this niorn inff communion was administered and a sernion preachedby Bishop Clark of Au inaugural address was delivered by Bishop Whlttakor wno pre sides The sessionsbegan this evening and willlast till Friday of Them Burned to Death in a Railway Wreck Nov A collision occurred today on the Great Western Kail way at Yorton Fitzwarrou a station near Taunton between a freight and a special train from Plymouth conveying passengers from the steamer Norham just arrived at Plymouth from the Cape of Good Hope Ten were killed and eight injured The collision occurred at 2 oclock this morning and wascaused by the negligence of a sig nal man The freight train had been switched to the up line to allow the down night mail train topiissy which 1t did The night was rainy and dark aud the sig nal the freight standing on the up track and the upbound special train which consisted of four carriages con tairi iug fifty rushed past the station at fl an hour and dashed into the freight The first the special was de molished The wreck took fire and six pas sengers were burned to The wreck ago is piled to the Mghtofefghty feetl Some of the passengers were imprisoned in the cars fouv A negro killed the son of araisslonaiy in Bouth Africa was on his way to America iv A TOBACCO FACTOR iBiraNED MADRID Nov A tobacco factory in this city was Ten thousand are made by the 1 jibes oom plete official returns shqwVVtQORepublioan State ticket a night in the Metropolitan Opera House New YorkJ society waa represented by its best element Thure were at least 3500 per sons present and they came to serve a double purpose namely to welcome the hero of the jungle bnck tocivilization and to assist financially the Convalescent Home at Sum mit N the managers of which with Stanleys permission organized the recep tion Stanley was given for ihe even ing and the balance of tho receipts which amounted in all to Were given to the home Ohauncey M Depew introduced Stanley with a warm commendation of his work and pluck and the lecturer was warmly re ceived The title of the lecturewas The Rescue of Emin Pasha the Forests Pig mies and March Across the The lecture was extremely the course cf the lecture Stanley criticized Eni in Pasha rather sharply for the fast aud loose policy displayed afterhis rescue AGAINST BJEtOKERS An Stock Decision at I Chicago CHICAGO In the Circuit Court today Judge Tuley rendered a decision on the bill of the American Live Stock Com mission Company against the Chicago Live Stock Exchange to restrain the defendants from enforcing the role prohibiting its mem bers from trading with plaintiff point raised threatened to revolutionize the en tire business of the stock yards by estab lishing on a firm basis the complainant com pany which is a combination of shippers formed to sell their own stock without ar lowing brokers to handle it lThe decision was a decided victory for the the court holding that the antsare seeking to establish a monopoly by effect ing a combination to control the entire live stock market This being thecaser the plaintiff can have no remedy in a court of equity which cannot encourage the forma tion of monopolistic The com plainants appealed A Fight the Puritan Club to postpone the between y Smithy the Colorado ch am piou Godfrey th col ored two weeks on account of the carpenters1 work on the Club be ing incomplete A the Kansas elected the Legislatureby the FarraersV in the State of and Case to Be AVorked Up on a Different Basis CHICAOO Nov Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle ble of a stir has been created hero by tho reopening in a sensational manner of the noted Snell murder mystery which was so long a topic of interest Mrs Albert J Snell daughterinlaw of the dead million aire has announced her intention of earn estly looking for the assassin or assassins Itwill bf remembered that the murderer was popularly supposed to have been William Tascott A reward of increased to offered for the capture of Tascott and not for the mur derer Tascott commenced to bo captured at least three times a day He was picked up in England in San Francisco Borneo South Chicago and in Asia Minor Every selfrespecting SherilT or county constable captured Tasoott at least once but nothing camo of it all Young Mrs Snell surprised thecommunity today by declaring that her husband aud herself were not satisfied with tho manner in which the search for tho murderer had always been in the hands of A J Stoue soninlaw of the murdered millionaire and it is evident that there is some family feud which has not eutiroly come to light Young Mrs Snell said to a reporter uMy intention and that of my husband isvo probe tills matter to the bottom We have absolutely nothing about what had been done in the case of hunting for Mr Snells murderer except such facts as we learn from the papers Wo will make a last ap to the widow Mrs Amos Snell asking her to take active steps in this matter 11 does not wo will simply offer a reward on ourown responsibility Besides that we will have every clew wo get carefully worked up I never liked the way the re oiler is worked It states that S50000 is offeredfor William Tascott My husband asked wliy the reward was not worded for tho murderer of Amos T but was told that it was done for the pur pose of protecting innocent people as in the state of public excitement that then ex jsteu any man was liableto have a case worked up against him Mr Snell told Albert and others that Mrs Stone was not one of his But she is now an equal beir is she not Yes but not as has erroneously been stated with tho free and hearty consent of tho other heirs The widow insisted on Mrs Stone being recognized and to humor the old lady who was utterly broken down over the tragedy we Mrs complained that the widow had placed business of all kinds relating to the millionaires vast estate in SoninLaw Stones hands ignoring tho plea of her son for a share of the business STONE SUES THE CITICAO Nov Three two for each were be gun in the this afternoon by Albert J Stone against Mrs Snell and her husbaud AlbertJ Snell For several days the local papers have been publishing com munications and interviews with the de fendants ia which Stone claims are strong intimations that be was the murderer of his fatherinlaw millionaire Amos J Snell The attorneys do not assert that the charges are oponr butInsist that anyone reading the articles cant help believing that the defendants accuse Stono of the crime for w h i ch W illiam Tascott Is supposed to be TRAGEDY AT A RACE TRACK A Few People Killed at The Bold Brigands NETV YORK Nov Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Worlds Havana Tho strike of coachmen and hostlers of Havana which for tho past two weeks has kept tho police and authori ties on qui riw at last ended without serious consequences It is true that sev people have been killed and but this is 01 note in n whore s eral murders arc recorded daily Most the strikers wore negroes and in thel skirmish with tho police used razors wit bloody The operations of tho bandit bands are n frequent and bold as ever The vannto preparations of the police havo ended J smokp It is truo thrtt Uinz nnd were cnught and shot bur that is all tha has been done All reports received scorn tx to confirm what waa telegraphed abroad that the police are either indilVoront to th robberies or aro hand and glove with th robbers THE WIDOW GOES HOME Another Wild Bay on tbe Sew York ige BROKERS FORCED TO SUSPEND HexGreen Goods Expedition Was Sorry Fa i hire NETVYORK Nov Dispatch Francisco lugelina of Augusta th widow who to this city to buy mono at a rate of per is on her back to her home with the money sh brought east and all her property excep the big revolver which the police did no return to her Walter Willard known to the police as Bijr the swindle who tried to work the green Roods sam on Mrs Conrid was taken to tho Market Police Court and Mrs Connu identified him Tiiero nothing for the police justice to do but discharge him there waa not proof against him He was advised to leave the city Mrs Conrad was very thankful to get back tbe S3lf which she had saved from her pension of a month The revolver she said ah was glad to got rid of A BRUTAL ASSAUttT A Divorced Husband Breaks Up a Wedding With n Hammer CHICAGO Nov J Miller and his housekeeper Mrs Pallo a di vorced woman were to have been married today but there was an unexpected ob struction in the person of the divorced hus band A short time 11 go Miller fell from a ladder and broke his leg While ho was lay ing In bed today nursing the fractured limb and converging with Mrs Pallo about the coming wedding Mr Pallo suddenly burst Into tho room and seizing Mailer by the broken leg dragged him from the bod again breaking the fractured limb Pallo then seized a hammer and endeavored to brain his rival but Miller defended himself vigorously and Mrar Pallo lOinod fight getting possession of tho hammer and using it on her former husband When the police came in and stopped the fight they found Miller fatally Injured Pallo is in a serious condition and Mrs Pallo Is slightly wounded A CHURCH F1SUD Thousands of Spectators Witness the Settlement of a Family Feud Nov most sen8a wealthy v at the track stand packed withmen women and thei fudges stand by ing the tfi roe u a uiaklr Bloody Riots Take Place in a Re formed Church Nov 11 TRIBUNE Dis Francisco Chronicle Trouble has prevailed at this place for sev eral weeks between the English aud Gorman factions of the Reformed church and riots lave taken place in the edifice in which clubs brickbats and other weapons were jscd causing bloodshed the female portion of the congregation being the more active participants The trouble ended yesterday vhcn the edifice was closed against the English vorshipers by the Sherllf Loud threats were openly made today and it is eared moro bloodshed will occur but the officers are watching closely to prevent any outbreak AN ELECTION QUARREL t Results in the Death of Two Texans BASTROP Nov n Sam Smith and hrce brothers named Jenkins had a cllffl ulty on election day Smith met the Jen cins boys night accompanied by their atbor and the trouble was renewed Smith eingthe aggressor All drew their re olvfirs and a general followed ter tbe smoke cleaved away it was found hat Smith with half a dozen bill ts In his body old man Jenkins probably atally and one of the sons slightly injured Green Goods Letter Carriers Nrrw YORK Nov 13 Through investiga tions instituted by Chief VostoiTicc Inspector Eathbourue ho learned that many poslottiee attaches principally letter carriers are in collusion with green goods men The rule of the department Is that no carrier shall deliver letters that bear suspicious ad dresses Investigation convinced the In spector that fifteen letter carriers at least tre violating tho rules The names of the letter carriers aro wjthbelil pending action on their cases at Washington They were caught by a decoy letter A Eootblacts Crime SAS FRAXCISCO Nov Angnslino Ola guez a bootblack in the Baldwin Hotel went home drunk last night and found his wife in a room with another woman He reproached her for associating with bad women arid went down suiirs His wife beard two shots nnd rushed to sec what the matter was She found her husband with a pistoMn his hand As she entered the room he shot her through rteok and then cut h is own throat with a razor Both will prob ably die Iefrauding a Railroad Company COLUMBUS Nov A conspiracy has been u near tiled on tut part of the employee of the general passenger department of the Columbus llocking Valley Toledo to de fraud the by putting bogus passes and editors books in Two local ticket agents been arrested clerk of the general passenger agent has made a confession Other arrests will follow Murdered by Dr Buswell Gotham prominent physician residing six miles from Lexington was shot and killed by a negro named Duncan this morning No cause for the murder men are scouring tbe country iu search of deror v The iLakeFront Buildings CHICAGO No The 1 Local Directory of the Worlds adopted resolu tions favoring tjie lake front of three periuarient btiildings Ral Three temporary structures the lake front were also agreed a music ball electrical devices A water palapa is snggestod as a Tho Comes To tho Rescue of Three Disas trous Break in Loaned at 1J6 Per Heavjj Silk Failtiro iTonK Nov Tras a larger attendance of brokers on tho floor of tbe exchange this morning than for weeks Every stock on the list had a crowd of brokers trying to trade In it When the market opened tho scono was ono of confu sion and excitement Cables reporting an advance of 2 to 3 per cent In London wero received before the opening and caused the brokers to tako the bull side and a disposi tion vo buy was shown all around Tho largest crowd was In St Paul which first was offered at 48 then sold at 3 per cent above yesterdays close Hoary and unexpected soiling by London how over drove the price down to 45J The general list followed down and for a few momenta the weakness of yesterday was evinced but heavy buying soon began to come in and on active business tho upward movement was resumed Sugar opened up 2 on the appointment of H O liavemeyer S V White and Gen eral Siocum as receivers and moved up to 57 then reacted at 55 but soon waa once more selling at 57 North American the weak point In tho market opening at and In six minutes declining to then slowly advancing to The stocks seemed to bear tho brunt of tho early attack Northern Pacific preferred showed a loss of 3 and Western Union 2 Tho low prices brought in moro buyers however and tho force that opened the market up began again to show influ ence and a smart rally took place The strongest on tho list was Unkm Pa ciiio which failed to go below tho opening figures and with the rally advanced to 48 against 44 at the opening Tha rest of the list generally regained tho early and in almost everything but Vlllards fractional advances were scored After the announce ment of the failure of 0 M Whitney and Beck In North American tho market rallied on the receipt of private cablet announcing in gold on the way to London from the Continent and that money was easier in that center The Vanderbilt brokers were heavy buyers in Union Pacific The trading In stocks after12 was marked by apparent withdrawal of all support and a special vicious attack by the upon which brought about tho most rapid and disastrous drop of the present de line The forces of tho bears wero concen trated against Northern Pacific preferred that stock before 2 had been forced oil over 10 per cent reaching 55 against 06 at noon The rostof tho market sympathized to some extent with St Paul showing most weakness outside of Vll lards It retired to 4 5 from 48 and all he active stocks losing probably as much There was a fractional reaction In tho gen list toward 1 p but steady drop n Northern Pacific preferred accompanied 3y rumors of a noted Villard house being in inancial ditficulties The entire list soon became demoralized and the losses from tho noon figures reached an average of 1 to 3 at 2 p m There was a panic among tho hold ers of Villard stocks and prices for North Aincrican and Northern Pacific collapsed Ono broker sold shares of North American and shares wore sold by other brokers causing a decline of 8 per ent Northern Pacific preferred declined 2 per cent most of It aftor noon The general list which was at tho highest point during tho 1 to 4Jj per ent better than last prices felt he influence of heavy pressure upon Vil ards and in most cases about all tbo Im provement was lost while some of peclaltlps like Louisville New Albany k Chicago Northern Pacific preferred Edison General Electric Light and sorno others scored declines from 5 to 20 per cent An mprovcd feeling in the last hourwas shown n another upward movement in the lint tnd the close was firm and active leaving nost of the stocks at moderately better igures than those last evening Wheeling ind Lake Erie aro tho only stocks In tho ctiva list which show any material losses or the day outside of VilJards common eing down 1 and preferred 3 per cont forth American however is 8 per cent ower Northern Piicifio preferred 11 and onimon On tho other hand sugar re tteries Is higher Louisville Erie 2 Union Pacific Va St Paul nd others fractional amounts This Is re markanle in view of trouble nnounced during tho day together with ie fact that money was held very tight iroughout the day reaching per cent er diem and legal interest on call there einj no offerings of funds at any time dur ing the day aud the last loan being mado at the hiprhdst figure which was 186 WHITNEY CO FAIIj hot after A Prominent frirm of Suc cumb to the Pressure NEW York Nov SI Whitney a prominent member of the Exchange ham just suspended Charles M Whitney Co represent hero the Whitney National Bank of Now Orleans and some other Southern financial institu tions The firm Is composed of Charles Whitney Edward 9 Larchor and Frank M The assignment is to George W Quintard There is a preference In favor of Maria Louisa Whitney as guardian of Mor gan Whitney to the full amount of her claim which Is not stated New ORPHANS Nov and directors of the Whitney National Bank inform the Associated Press officially 7 that the bank only loses by the failure or Whitney Co at Now York and that the bank is not interested In tho firm 0 M Whitney Is a large stockholder In tbe bank and Is also interested In the Whitney Iron Works and Baker Sloo a large sad dlery firm Both claim that they aot affected by the SEVERAL BANKS EMBARRASSED One Institution a Million and a Half Short v NKTT YoitK Nor Bumori of trouble among the ban king were rent all day but no one paid mach thinkiak they were tbe usual ofV bear minds Afterthe was learned thatthree of the Ne had difficulty in settling the of other banks against them against the Bank of Northl the heary Bankxif North   

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