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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT OF ALL OTHER DAILIES CTY COMBINED THE MOST EXTENSIVE f ROCKY MOUNTAIN RECfON VOX 2 7 7 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY TtfOVEMBEE 13 1890 PSICE FIVE CEKTS TWO HUHD8EDSEAMEH LOST And the Lord High Admiral Continued to Make Merry A BRITISH WAR VESSEL GOES DOWN She JFTatl Never Been Considered Safe the 250 on Board Ail But Three Were George HjuniStoiis HcartlcKft Indifference News From Abroad LONDON Nov British torpedo cruiser Serpent foundered olT tiro coast of Spain Tiift fsito of tho crow is unknown The Sorpont a twin screw vcssol 1770 arid carried six guns Thfi Siirpont VVHH lost twenty milo north of Capo KInlstoro Out of a total o board only three were saved Tho Serpent wont on rocks during xtorrn Monday night Owing to tho vlolenc of the storm It WMH Impossible to send as Histanco from the shore Tremendous sea Hwopt thu decks of tho doomed vossol car awuy the army of unfortunate mei on hoard Tho complomon 170 uOlcurs and men The others wcr silonx to rollovo men now on the Africai station Later dispatches say tho three Btirvlvor aro of thi opinion that nono of tbo other got ashore Four bodies havo como up on the bench three of them women Lord George Hamilton First Lord of thi Admiralty on rising to speak ah a Con setnaive banquet this evening announced tho hww of H M H Tho un rioiiiicMfionr ontisoil a sensation but thor was MO notion postpone tho banquet Lord Ucorgn Hamilton led in tho toasts with an unusually Jolly speech Tho nows o this iilTulr reached the London clubs uric evoltod much adverse criticism It Is con sidered that Hamiltons conduct may onuso a against hlmsolf and tho Tories The Duko of Edlnburg WHS attending concert at Plymouth when tho nowst of tho disaster reached town Ilo was 1m mwUiitoly Informed and at onco loft tho ftoncort hull After reading all of tho dls that liad boon received concerning dLsastor he went directly homo without returnhuv to the concert hall Ho expressed the utmost sorrow Tho nowspapor o nt Ilymouth wero anxious to hear further nows of the disaster Among wore Bobbing and daughtors of many of tho sou men The Serpent was built after tho Idea of Admiral Cooper Key who insisted upon an immense horsepower whloh tiocordin to was out of nil propor tions in displacement She coulf main tiili a speed of sovcntoen knots an hour Lord Mrnssey In his naval annual adversely criticised tho vessel Ho said tho economy of weight had been carried to excess In her construction that tho plating was too thin and armainonb ovordono Tn a soa hor heavy topwolirhb would bo a detriment to speed and would unduly strain tho hull The vessel was 225 foot long whilo she had a draught of only Tout The relatives of the crow of tho Ser pent nt IMyniouth and Mio dockyard poo pie aro full of gossip about tho lost crulsor It is claimed thnt sho was unseawortliy and broken down Tho Sorpont lias a bad record She broke down more than onco In the maneuvers of 1888 Several admirals condemned the vessels of hor oliiss The Lloyd ugont at Corunua tolographs iippenrs was running fc r shelter in otio of the bays north of Flnostcrr 11 sho funfidored nobody noed bo surprised but tho admiralty If she grounded on a rnef she could not stand ten mlnutos battur ing In a heavy NANSBNS PLANS Emperors pacific declarations regarding Prussias foreign relations were especially approved Kochrt Consumption Care BKnrJN Nov Kochs report on his consumption curb will appear at the end of the week in the Tho particulars wero pub lishod today of a case of lupus of tho face treated by Dr Llbbertz hi Frankfort by Kochs method The case Is progressing satisfactorily The Ilrst effect of the treat ment was to cuuso thn lupus ulcors to swell and dlscharjo a serious liquid aftor which scabs were formed as In eruptive fovers The doctor will renew the Injections whon fche scabs fall MlnlHtor Von Gosslor has given marks for tho erection of a special hospital for the treatment of consumptives by tho Koch method Dr HorxberK whoso nioce has undergone Dr Kochs treatment for consumption says tho patients are able to follow thoir usual occupations while undor treatment but it is necessary to take their three tlmoss dully owing to the fever caused by tho Injection of lymph THE WYOMING SEHATORS Carey Will Be One But Who Can Same the Other 60V WARREN SAID TO BE IN THE RACE VOLCANOES The Copper Syndicate Assets PARIS Nov Matin says the re 1 port of the liquidation of theSocicte des Metaux shows duspito the rlso in tho prices of copper tho shareholders of tho company will roceivo nothing The debenture hold ers and other creditors will receive only 34 per cent Tho of the company arc estimated at francs and the assets at francs He Expects tho Tco to Carry Him Across tho North Iole IiOwnoN Nov San Kranoisoo ChronicleSeries Nanson whd crossed Greenland a couple of years ago has been writing further details of lus plans for reaching tho North Polo whloh ho will start to carry out in tho spring 1802 Ho says ho expoots to bo able to pass through strjilMn Juno Ho anticipates little difficulty In getting his small vossol ay far west as the now Siberian Islands lie bo Juves August or tho boginning of Sep tember will be tho moat favorable time for pushing Ho Intends to use a small captive balloon in which he can ascend a hundred foot or so for tho purpose o study ing the ooiulItion of things for a dis tance around him fie hopes to pet Into loose Ice and make tho journey rapidly at least as far north as Hcnnott Island When ho roaches tho pormanent loogap ho will simply look for the best plaoo to enter it and will then wait for thy left to carry him whither it will He thinks thu chances are good thut ho will be carried across tho pole or very iiour It and into tho sea between Spitsbergen and Greenland If It Is summer whm ho arrives he will probably got into open water notir latitude SO degrees north If It Is winter however he is likely to drift south along tho oast coast of Greenland and conn out somewhere thu following summer ir tho Ice crush his ship Dr Nanson thinks there is still an excellent rhnnce that he will got through all right His party in Dint tivont will ilvo on an Ico Hoc Instead of in thn cabin on shipboard They will havi warm touts mhdo of a doublo thick ness of canvas or similar stuff well filled with rolnduer hair Such touts will be very warm and also very light It is woll known that scveril ship parties including tho iuMssi orijw and a part of tho orow from the American exploring vessel drifted hundrois of miles on Ice and finally ruacicd a place of safety THE EMPERORS SPEECH The Police Bout tho Military GATEWAY Nov fights took place today between tho pollco and mili tary In ono a police sergeant was severely Injured The military wore finally routed Tho polloo chased thorn to the barracks The Conriaught rangers who took a promi nent part in tho disturbance have boon ordered away from Galway Calling Out the Tories LONDON Nov William Ffonry Smith Government leader In tho House of Commons has Issued a circular to his supporters urging thorn to bo present at the opening of the approaching session as their support for matters of highest import ance will bo nooossary Strengthening the Dreibund LONDON Nov dtronidce Rome correspondent says Princess Margaret sister of the Gorman Emperor will wod tho Prince of Naples holr to the Italian throne within a year Princess Margaret will become a Outholio Wellington Barracks Burned LONDON Nov Wellington tho barracks of tho guards wero destroyed by tiro today Tho flro originated in tho quarters of tho married soldiers Tho in mates wero rescued ly ladders Two however aro missing Wissmans Peaceful Mission Nov Wlssman who loft for tonight declared that he does not intend to renew hostilities with tho natives but to tho country and establish a form of government From Tipporary to Colonmet TtiiKHAJiYi Nov magistrates court hjui changed the vonuo of tho con spiracy oases from Tipporary to Tho counsel for the defendants protested but were overruled The Farmers1 Alliance Threatens to Obliterate Sectional Lines and Cat a Wide Swathin Trusts and Monied Aristocrats Must Go Down Nov to first State Legislature was convened at noon today by Secretary Bar ber W R Sehnltzer of this county was elected President of tho Senate and 0 P Kellogg of Orook Speaker of the House Ohas Argcsholmer and J S Bartlett both newspaper raeu were installed as Secretary of tho Chief Olcrk of tho House respectively Tho biennial message was de livered to a joint session by Governor War ron this afternoon The question of tho hour is as to the sec ond Sonatorsbip the first place being uni versally concodod to oxDelegate Carey the valiant Statehood champion There are no loss than ton aspirants for second place and In quality run all the way from oxGov ernor Hoyt LL president of the State University to a couplo of clever coal miners Tho Albany county delegation is agreed on Hoyt but is liable at any mo ment to switch to Judge M C Brown an nttoruoy or Dr Filfrook an ambitious saw bones whoso canvass was Interrupted by a controversy with a midwife Governor Francis E Warren Is not behind In tho race There will be a fight over the Soriatorship a bitter contest and some combatant may beat Warren In the executive ollico tho Republican loader busies blmsolC with af fairs of state while friends aro toiling on the outside It Is Predicted That Granada Will Be Swallowed Up WASHINGTON Nov Dis Francisco Chronicle vices from Granada Nicaragua the sctno of tho recent earthquakes arc to the effect that within a radius of 300 nules there are twentyfive volcanoes none iu the vicinity of the city however being active Many prophecies have been made as to the ulti mate fate of Granada some persons agree ing with a noted French expert that the city will sink out of sight or that a volcano will be thrown up in its midst It is difficult to determine the cause of these seismic dis turbances although it is claimed than they result from atmospheric changes last sea son having been hotter and drier than any for years The buildings have badly cracked and many roofs have been uncovered Thousands of tho inhabitants have fled to adjacent towns SIGHIRGAHT U P RUHIIOI THE LEAGUE MEETING An Gnrifioiis Cloud Hangs 0er Mr Charles Franeis Adams PERHAPS GOOLO NOW OWNS THE ROAD A NEW INTERNATIONAL CUP THE FARMERS MISSION the Die Mills Without Wheat OPORTO Nov fiour mills hero are closing In consequence of a decree pro hibiting the importation of foreign wheat Tho Tolstoi Reforms a Failure ST PRTKiisrumn Nov from the provinces Indicate that the Tolstoi gov ernment reforms have proved a failure Mrs Kinp of Georgia PARTS Nov King widow of Thomas King of Georgia and of the Marohionoss of Angloasey is dying Tho Irish Evictions Nov work of evicting tenants was resumed today In tho Ulpcrte estate Tho weather is inclement The Dutch Regency THE HAOmi Nov Ernrna has boon appointed rogeut during tho illness of King THE BUNCO CATCHER Particular Attention Paid to Home AlTuirs and Needed Reforms Nov Emperor opened the Diet of Prussia today In his speech from the throne he said In view of tho friendly relations with all which had been further strengthened this country could look forward with confidence to tho preservation of peace Tho speech deals almost oxoluslvoly with home affairs and emphasizes tho necessity for imposing direot taxation An TUX bill will bo submitted to tho tended to affect an equitable distribution of taxation by compelling all persons to make declaration of their income It Is other wise Intended to organise a system of assess ment taxation It Is calculated that by an extension of tho legacy duty combined with a repeal of the duty on small bequests funded property may bo brought rnoro within reach of taxation Tho condition of finances the speech declares does not de mand any Immediate augmenting of tho revenue while on thoutbor hand It will not permit any reduction in the receipts Tho increased revenue from direct taxes will be dovotod to lightening the burdens upon commercial land and the building taxes will bo bunded to tho commercial authorities Elementary education will bo roiiile wholly iroe The speech says the development of latioiisaffectingthe workingmen demands attention aud an increase in thenumber of supervisors and a reorxanJzatlon cf the sys tem of trade Inspection Tho speech was Oecmentiy interrupted by applause The Ho Is Advised by the Court to Leave the City NPVW YORK Nov Dispatch Francisco Chronicle groat catcher of bunco stoorors the harbor Richard Gooblor of Butto Olty who huntod down an entire gang after they had buncoed him out of 31550 sometime ago oume to grief In tho oaso against Goorge Tohnson boforo Judge Cowling iu the Court if General Session todays Ooeblor testified hat ho had received tho lie lost at tho ninco game from Kclwurd Eaton a friend of ohnsons and a ticket to San Francisco Jo went as far west as Chicago but ro uvned and when Eaton again approached him to try and got him not to appear against the swindler Charles Morgan ho demanded SfiOOO aud a ticket to Europe Judge Cow ling iu view of those acknowledgments discharged Johnson saying he would not ask the jury to oonvlot him on such a mans testimony lie then advised Goobler to leave the city as ho thought this community had soon quite enough of him Sectionalism to Be Buried in Fight Against Monopoly KANSAS CITV Nov Francisco Chronicle Series In its issue of this svoek tho Farmers Adwi ata tho oflloial paper of tho Farmers Alli ance tho peoples party of Kansas has the following to say of tho future of the party Wo shall at onoo commence to marshal tho hosts of the people for tho conflict of 1892 In this groat work thoro are many preju dices to bo overcome Sectional lines must bo abolished Interests which are identical must be brought together against the com bined forces of the corporations monopolies trusts syndicates and moneyed aristocrats who havo fov years feasted upon tho people When we say that those forces are to bo marshaled against the oppressors ofthe people wo do not mean that tho injustice which has charac terized too of to bo returned in kind The pooplo simply ask for alone and that by tho Eternal they will have The coming contest therefore will not dakc place between tho Northern and South ern sections or our country Tho interest of tho people of the West and South are identi cal and forces must be con solidatod against the power of corporate groed Wo may as woll recognize this fact now as to permit our prejudices to postpone tho day of its recognition Tho politicians of both parties both North an South who have dovotod their lives s asslduoiuilyto the promotion of corporate in torests recognize that this union of tho tw sections IP tho groat danger that threaten tho power of monopoly and they therefore constantly aim to koop alive tho prejudice that havo estranged thorn only to prey up on thorn aud maintain political supremacy by their alienation It has been and is tho holy mission o the Farmers Alliance to subdue this sec tlonal prejudice It Is full tlmo for thi Nation to become united Did tho hosts o tho army in blue face shot and shell to maintain and perpetuate a more perfoc union or to divide tho Nation into contend ing sections If tho former let us see to I that those who foil did not perish In vain Let us soo to it that those of their comrade who survived may live to see a country re deemed and its liberties restored Down with all lines away with all sec tional prejudices lot the pipes of patriot Ism that still burn in tho hearts of tho poo plo consume the prejudices of che past Let one flag float over us andone spirit so per fectly pervade our hearts that wo shall bo able and willing to stand shoulder to shoulder in tho groat fray that must make lasting tho conquest of the corporate grcod that aro fattening upon the stolen substance of tho New York Yachtsmen Not Likely to Bolher It NEWYOUK Nov Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle York yachtsmen are satisfied with the con ditions of the new International Chal lenge Cup offered by the Royal Yacht Club of Hyde The Wight Club instead of demanding tho principal di mensions of tho challenging vessel simply asks for the length on tho load water line rig and her rating according to tho British Yacht Racing Association rules There is no probability of any New York yachtsman challenging for the prize If any challenge is to bo sent from this side of the water it will probably bo from Boston General Pairic with tho might cross the ocean and have a try for tho At the same time ho might also bring back to this country tho Brentons Reef and Capo May challenge cups which aro still open to competition The Wizard When Interrogated Dodges the Issue and Neither De nies nor of Discontent Amonfj the Stockhold ers that Bode No Good for the President A Scene in theMexican Congress CITY OF MEXICO Nov 12 There was a sensational scene In Congress today over a discussion between Deputies Romero and Estera whichrlinally resulted In a challenge to fight a duel Tho session was finally ad journed disorder The authorities may interfere with the duel NOTES FROM THE CAPITAL THE AMOUNT OF GOLD IN AT TUB TIIKASUKY Tho Bureau of Smokeless 1ovrdor Ilecommondcd for tho Navy WHY SHOULD HE STEAL for A Wealthy Ohioftn Arrested Tapping a Till AKROX Nov groat sensation was created today by tho arrest of Charles A Collins oxMayor of Akron aud a promi nent nmuufncturer for robbing tho till in A Gllllos saloon Glllio had boon missing mouoy a long time and several om ployoos wore discharged and members of his family wore under surveillance for a time Finally the detectives caught Collins taking money and found marked coins on his person Colllus is over 70 yonrs of ago and tho head of ono of tho most prominent families in this section of tho State He is also a prominent Thirty third dogrec Mason He will not talk His friends cannot understand tho matter HE IS WILLING TO LEARN A Lawless Farmers Judge Will Go to School KANSAS CITT Nov A Maokay H Farmers Alliance candidate who was olocted Judge of tho judicial district com posed of Barber and Comauohe counties Kansas never studlod law never was ad taittcd to tlie bar and never was Jn a court in any official capacity Tho Alliance will send him to Ann Arbor to study law for sixty days and prepare himself for the bench A Stabbing at Boise ROTSB CITY Idaho Nov to P Roland a laborer working on the WftllIag ditch five miles from Boise got into an altercation with Brooks and in Uioted several stabs on him with a pon knifo penetrating the chest cavity Koland camo In town and gave hlmsolf He is lodged hi jail Brooks will probably An AntiLottery Express Company YoiiK Board of Man agers of thoAdains Express Gontpany adopted the Postofflqe Department regulations as to the applica tion of thpantilottery to its Burned in MOUNTAIN HOMK Idaho Nov cial to Cavanangh who has played so false to tho Mountain Homepeople In the county seat fight was burned In offlgy hero toulght Tho body was hung from a rudely con structed scaffold in fche public square about this morning where it remained until oclock this evening when tho clofchos wore saturated with koroseno and sot on fire arid children camo out to sea the burning As soon as the flames were fairly started tho excited people com menced shooting and completely riddled tho body with bullets Who Will Succeed Powderly DENVER Nov the Knights of Labor General Assembly today congratu latory telegrams were received from various other bodies of organized labor and a delegation from tho Womans Christian Temperance Union called anddelivered an address of welcome from the temperance standpoint Various reports were readand committees appointed Thereis no talk vyet of candi dates but It is the universal feeling that Powderly will be reelected A Defaulter Suicides KANSAS CITV Nov stockholders of the defunct HoltTVillls Hardware Com pany hold a meeting yesterday and exam ined the books finding a shortage of nearly Shelby Jones treasurer of the concern was charged with beingjresponsible for the shortage buo he denied it Last night he suicided leaving a Inote stating that he could not atand the unjust accusa tions The stockholders all say he was res ponsible A fraudulent Assignment CHICAGO Nov 12 General filed a bill this morning to wind up tho affairs of the Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Chicago and set aside the deed of assignment executed conple of ago on the ground of fraud Serious charges are made lagainsb the officers and directors of V A Artist Killed Nov body of James S Goodwin a cartoonist on was found beside the railroad track this morning He supposed to have been a J I Nov 12 A statement showing the amount of gold coin zind bul lion In the Treasury aad goldcertificates outstanding for tho last ton days the period ending today shows Total gold in Treas ury gold Treosury gold certiGcates In circulation not ury coin and bullion TUB OTiBNANOE BUREAU The annual report of Goneral Chief of the Bureau of Ordnance shows that tho bureau during tho last fiscal year leaving a credit in the Treasury of On tho subjocfc of smokeless powder Goneral Bonet says though some astonishing results havo boon obtained in experiments abroad it cannot yob be said with certainty that those new explosives will eventually succeed tho present powder Tho performances of the and tho Wetterson Bel gian powders aro fairly comparable with those claimed to bo obtained abroad and it is hoped that ono of those can be developed in thiio into a thoroughly satisfactory small arms powder Wllih to the procurement of modoin smallbore rifles for the army Gon 1 era Benct says a lack of sufficient quantity of suitablesmokeless powder delays the perfecting of the 30ealiber barrel but it will be comploto by the time a suitable magazine mechanism is selected Ic stems peculiarly necessary now that a change in the caliber is contemplated that the pres ent Springfield singleloading system should be replaced if possible by an equally effec tive macruzine system A board should be convened to select a suitable magazine mochanism after a full competition amons all the best existing systems TITK SILVKR PtTHCHASKS Tho amount of silver oflered the treasury was ounces The purchases wero at to Methodist Missionary finances BOSTON Nov seventysecond annual meeting of the General Missionary Committee of the Methodist Episcopal Church Is in session hero The report of tho treasurer shows Disbursements from November 1389 to October ISOO Foreign missions expenses publication fund incidental expenses 038 Tho receipts during tho samo time wore leaving1 tho treasuryin dobt October 31 1800 including the old indebtedness After a lengthy debate decided to make tho limit of tbo appropriation includ ing dobt incidentals Of this will be available for work The Minister AoAptrLCO Nov Dis Francisco Chronicle Goneral Benjamin Molina Guirola Salva dorian Minister to the United States is a passenger aboard the Pacific Mail steamer San which has sailed for San Fran cisco General Guirola will establish the first legation in Washington that his coun try has ever had there On reaching San Praricisco he willgo direct to Washington where the State Department has been fully informed of the intentions of Salvador to establish a legation It is stated that as soon as General Guirola is received by Presi dent Harrison he will ask the United States overnment to establish a legation at the capital of San Salvador Nuw YORK Nov of tho most Im portant instruments used for effocting a rally in the stock values was the theory that Jay Gould had acquired control of tho Union Pacific Railway based on rumors printed in tho morning papers A Tribune reporter saw Mr Gould this afternoon and he denied tho report printed iu the morning papers Have you or your associates made pur chases which give you control of tho Union Pacific was asked I have nothing to say about my private business Gould roplied All I have ever said to anybody was that what stocks I purchased I paid you exert an influence upon tho Union Pacific management or In any way directly or indirectly effect a change at the next c Ice Li on Mr Gouldsmiled and hesitated before his reply I am acquainted with sonic of the largest stockholders In the he said I might htlvo some Influence if I chose to exert it Thero is great dissatis faction over the conduct of many of tho railroads There is an uprising which ought to effect great reforms in tho management of roads that have enough business to glvo them the largest profits if they secure proper rates In tho Southwest wo havo made progress towards securing an agree ment which will establish stable rates There has been no reference today that I know of on this subject The progress re ported as made today Is probably the re sult of previous conferences Tho stock holders aro aroused and Indignant over tbo result of warring rates Tho best way to express tho situation might be to say that if railroad elections wore to take placo now the results might bo AS surprising as were tho recent political William Rockfeller whoso namo was con nected fictitious Interview said far as t am concerned there is nothing inthosfcory I havo not soon Gould and have no interest in the Union Much was made in Wall stroot on what was said to bo an evasion of tho direct issue as to the Union Pacifics control when ques tions wero askod of Gould Tho Union Pacific has long subject of specu lative rumors Tho Yandorbilts have been said to bo socking its control in aplte of official denials givenby them The sup positions contest forcontrol between the Vanderbilts and Gould legions has failed jo save thoUnion Pacific stock from sharing liberally in th6lato slaughter of values It is common talk on tho street that thero will bo a change iu tho Union Pacific man agement at tho next election iu March Dissatisfaction 3s frequently expressed with the present managers and many stockhold ers accept implicitly the allegations of rail road rivals that by its surrender to tho phicago Northwestern tho Union Pacific has contributed the principal demoralizing element to the Western railroad situation Somo Wall street persons go so far as to say tho dissatisfied stockholders of the Union Pacific are sufficiently powerful to fores tho resignation of Adams as President As yet thero is no open evidence of organi zationfor this purpose Post says Tho story about the Union Pacific passing into control of Gould not only iaelts confirmation but wo have the most positive unquestionable proof that the whole story was merely an inven tion Nevertheless wo have also good rea son for believing that a majority of the stockholders aro dissatisfied with tho pres ent management and that a move will soon be made to break up the contract with tho Goorge Gould refused to talk in regard to the report that his had secured con trol of the Union Pacific Russell Sago ex pressed a belief that Gould had obtained control of the road and said that was what was needed to straighten out the railroad situation Tho Times this morning in an article on tho financial situation says in substance that Mr Goulds denial of the story printed in tho Times yesterday morning does riot of the assertions and points thostatements of Russell Sagoand others and the fact that the Union Pacific stock wont up on tho strength of it to bear out the facts in the matter The Players Believed to Have Gone Out of Business NEW YORK anmal meot ing of tho National Baseball Leagno con vened today nro present from New York Urooklyn IMitsburg Cleveland Chicago Philadelphia Boston Washington and Indianapolis From talk with the league magnates the impression was ro ceivcd that the Players League is virtually dissolved While the players have ap pointed a eornmiuoe with the idea of con another season with consolidated clubs of the Players Leaguo and National League in this city Brooklyn and Pittsburg and leaving Buffalo out of tho Players cJr it is unlikely that tho fmutichil men behind the Players will attempt to go on with tho clubs only in Cleveland Philadelphia Boston and Cincinnati President Yoiing was roolected The Board then formally awarded tho cham pionship to Brooklyn Subsequently the joint committee 011 playing rules met and altered sections 1 2 and o article 28 snd soction 5 article 48 Tho throo former sec tions give tho club tho privilege of having ono or all of its surplus men on the players bcnch In uniform and allows tho substitu tion of any or all of them at any time dur ing tho gamo Tho change in rule does not call for tho rotlrement of a player in running from tho homo plato to first on a hit if ho goes outside of the threefoot limit lino whilo tho ball is being fiftWed to first base as heretofore At tho regular league meeting was called to order THE PIAYKKS MEETING PiTTSBUuo Nov the session tho Players League today President Mc Alpino formally presented the resignation of tho New York club An opinion from Judgo Bacon of New York was read to tho effect that at the timo tho agreement was entered into botween the New York Play ers and League clubs in tho samo city it was understood that Uio leagues wore to consolidate As this has not yet taken placethe agreement would not stand No action was taken on tho resignation A committee consisting of Ward Prince and Johnson wore appointed to attend the Leatrue meeting in session in Now York for tho purpose of placing tho matter of con solidation before them Tho committee leave tonight for New York The Players club of this city resfencd nt todays meeting and PiWsbnrgs resigna tion was laid on thetablo Adjourned s joct to call of tho president THE KONDUBAS REVOLT CBSS IS PASSED Wall Street Believes Bself Out of the Woods AN EASIER MONEY MARKET YESTERDAY Nevertheless the North Rrver Bank Locks Its Doors After Paying Out Three Millions More Brokers For a While THAN A THOUSANTD TROOPS ON BOTH SXD12S A Gtmtornixlnn Force Sent to Rehitious Between ivmla and Salvador The Races Nov 12 Twoyparolds ninesixteenths of a Laura Doxey second Katana third Time Threeyearolds and upward fifteensix tenths of a Crete St Al bans second Labrador third Time Thrceyearplds and upwards two fut S won Burt third Time V Threeyearolds and upward six furlongs won MissMary second Frank ShaiWthird Time Threeyearolds and upward eleven slx ieentha of a econd Red Fox third Time to Nebraska Equal Renters FREMONT Nebr Nov 12 fSpecial the State convention of the Squill Eights Association here today Mrs Clara B Colby of Beatrice was elected pres dent and other officers elected for the en umg year The afternoon was devoted to hu discussion of plans of work eto Adains Is Ignorant BOSTON Nov Adams of tho Union Pacinc la an interview with an Associated Press reporter in rosixrd to tho statement published this morning that Jay Gould had secured control of tho Union PaclGc said ho was absolutely ignorant of the alleged facts In the Gould interview and greatly questioned whether Gould made the remarks attributed to him A director of Che Union Pacific said he did not believe a word of the story A Western Railroad Agreement BOSTON News Bureau tel ORraphed Morgan president of the Atchison Topeka Santa F6 as to reports of ar ranffomeabs with tho Missouri Pacific to strengthen tho railroad situation and in quiring if any interchange of directors is likely He replied the South western lines have iigreed to strengthen rates and arrangemonts aro now being made to join all the lines west of Chicago and St Louis including tho Southwestern Northwestern and alltranscontinental lines upon a like basis A small general committee to contirol rates Many economies are ex pected to result from a joint or common agreement for competitive points No inter change of directors has been suggested or contemplated ScalpersTickets Good Vanderburgh of the Supreme Court handed down a de cision settles the question of validity of a railroad ticket purchased of a ticket broker or scalper and affirms the of therailroad company to accept such a ticket when offered by an Innocent pur chaser The decision grows out of a suit against the Northern Pacific Involving those points The Southwestern Association ST Lotus Nov session of the Southwestern Kailwajr and Steamship Association wae occupied principally with Texas rates A committee was appointed to confer with a committeerot the Central Traffic Association on plans mu tual Interests NEW YORK Nov San Francisco Chronicle Series special cable of this dato from La Libertad to tho Herald says During tho Bogran and his forces who wore surrounded In one of tho wards of Tegucigalpa withdrew from tho capital They fought through the lino and exactly whoro they have takon up their headquarters has not been ascer tained Thoy aro being pursued by soldiors sou t after thorn by Goneral choz who is now in coinpJete possession of the capital and appears to bo master of the situation It is understood that chcz will at once deulare a lc facto govern ment and send Salva dor Costa Rica Nicaragua aud possibly to Mexico and the United States Sanchez tho death of Celio Arias a man of remark able intelligence and influence became the central and loading enemy of Bogran and it appears that his prouunoiamcnto became ellootive thougu Bogran is expecting Pres ident Barillas of Guatemala to send him troops to put down the rovolt Under the most favorable circumstances Honduras cannot whtm all of its pooplo aro of the same mind place over 1500 armed men in the field aud in tho present troubles more than a thousand effective soldiers eluding those on both sides cannot bo raised It is common rumor hero that Bogran has established communication with Guatemala and is in constant communication with Barillas There seems to be good ground for the report that the latter intends to aid his old ally with tho army ot Guatemala A private cipher dispatch over the federal lines from Guatemala brings information that Barillas has sent a thousand soldiors from the frontier to aid Bogran in recaptur ing Tegucigalpa and restoring order in Hon duras The greatest excitement prevails m tho Guatemala capital and another war is predicted Conservative people censure the not of Bending troops to Honduras and pre dict a geiieral war in Central Amerlsit The peace treaty which was to have beon arranged and signed betvreen Guatemala and Salvador in October remains unsettled business as to the fact that Bar illas can give no satisfactory explanation as to what became of tho Salvadorian prisoners in the recent war The Spanish and Ameri can ministers owing to this question aro not on the best of terms and the relai ioiib be Salvador and Guatemuttiare strained SAX SALVADOR Nov Cabinet meetings have been held over which Presi dent presided Tha full facts in re gard to tho report that Barillas had sent troops to intervene in tho affairs of Honj ciuras wero considered and the opinion vails that orders will be issued to tho troops on tbo frontier by President Ezeta to march and intercept tho Guatemalan troops A martial spirit still prevails here and every body considers It necessary to move ami that troops shall be sent to head off the YORK Nov stock marks today showed a materially better feeling both In tho street and outside and there was a most gratifying confidence displayed that not only was the worst now over but that tho improvement would bo quick and sharp The action of tho Clearing llouso committee in to the relief of bunks in difficulty was tho means of restoring tho confidence of many whilo the improvement in the situation was also a powerful factor to that end Not only wero the active stocks much higher all day long but tho In active specialties which yesterday could not find buyers at any price today wore taken at constantly advancing figures and the heavy slump in these shares was in a roat measure made up Tho liquidation in Ylllards is now believed to havo marked culmination of efforts to forco comploto liquidations in the street as those stocks had resisted tho forco applied for a imich onger time than any other group of stocks on the The impression is that now tho whole slth nation has been changed for tho better and he Improvement in tho condition of aJTairs will be followed by higher prices all along line There is to bo expected consid erable selling of NorthernPacific securities and some others to liquidate Joans as was witnessed today but tho market now shows no pressure of stocks and tho offerings ot the past few days havo undoubtedly boon taken by strong parties The unfavorable features of today wero continued sales under tho rulo both for account of tho sus pended firm of Decker llowell Co aud two other brokers whoso suspensions wore announced during tho day Thoro wero still rumors of further trouble In linancial circles and the North Kivor Bank went Into the hands of the Examiner lato in tho day though tho fact was not vmdo known until otter tho close of business Tho foreigners wore heavy buyers all day long and the transactions for foreign accounts were so largo that tho late sales for London wero for short accounts was openly expressed The London rates for stock havo been very high and tho Inquiry has been very urgent which woald CO to give color to tho suspicion Tho report that Gould had acquired con trol of tho Union Pacific again was used for all Itwas worth but tho stock showed no responseto tho story North American sold heavily and although taken freely failed to advance with tho remainder of tho list andwas specially sluggish in compari son with the Northern The tran sactions In it on an enormous scale and UKgrcfcated about ono quarter of the total business done hi all securities The general list was very feverish as was Burlington but there was an almost con tinuous advance in price from tho opening to the close PANDEMONIUM REIGNED The Exchange Was Opened With a Yel I but Soon Quieted NEW YORK Nov tho gong sounded for the opening of business this morning on the Stock Exchange there was a yell and a rush and pandemonium reigned Tho galleries wero crowded to their utmost capacity by a class which only visits the street In times of groat excite ment Bichly attired ladles pushed ward for a sight of tho struggling brokers and tho most casual observer would havo seen it was n time of unwonted excitement Tho market opened stronger than might have been exnected and thero was evi dently a hopeful viow of tho situation despite tho fact of early London advices not very favorable The trading was simply enormous especially in the Villards and St Vaul Several thousand shares wero sold under the rulo for completing sales be gun yesterday Theso were all in the Vil lards and St Paul believed to bo the ac countof Docker LIcwoll Co At noon the market was activo and strong generally at the best prices of the morning Tho decision of tho New York Clearing Bouoo to issueocertificates to be used in the settlement of balances allayed apprehensions of a bank panic and in that respect had a beneficial effect in help ing the recovery Receivers White and Slocum of theSugar Trust have takenpos of all the properties and tho affairs of the trust and havo established their head quarters at 117 Wall street At a meeting of the North American Railroad Company the statement was authorized that the com pany has but few creditors Theso are strong financially and agreed to see tho company through and that the assets of the company are wholly Northern Pacific Preferred Is up 7 per cent Common Wheeling and Lake Erie preferred 4 Common St Paul Burlington Sugar and C 0 C settle her own destiny If this ideals car ried out a general Central American war cannot be The Broad Guage Opening DENVER Denver Bio Grrande and Midland management today announced thaopening of the broad A New Jersey Cannibal NEW YORK Nov Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle a fight at St Cioud N last night Robert Todd pulled his adversarys face down against his own got his under lip In hs mouthand bit a piece out of It Thelatters yoll of agony brought a man around from the bar and he dragged the two men apart Todd arose from the floor and deliberately chewed and swallowed tho piece of human flesh an inch long and threequarters of an inch wide TheKentucky Feud CnAntESTox W Nov Mc Coy was waylaid by William others iriiPIke county a few days ago and killed The murder stirred up tremendous excitement among the McCoys aud Hat fields and a posse at once started after the murderers News was received today that the posse came up wlth the fugitives in Buchanan couhty Monday One was shot and captured Dyre but is still being pursued t Shoshone Loses the County Seat BEIXTSVUE Nov to Hailey yesterday the Sho shpne counsel made argument before Chief Justice Boatty for a stay of proceedings in the case of tbo removal of the county seat to Eellevue Tho Judge again refused proceed to night to arrange for transfer of the and others small amounts A BANK SUSPENDED iRht Mrs Colby and Mrs Isabelle Bond of j gauge line for through business for Satur records archives which will probably C akota addressed a large audience en era Crooks Interred ijjWASHiNOTOK JNov Tof he late MajorGeneral Crook brought the city this morning ana interred with military honors iu the National Cemeteryat Arlington day the 16th Arrangements are completed to run throughcars between rDenver and San Francisco v Daniel Appleton 111 YORX Nov Appleton the wellknownpubllsherj IB low from a stroke of apoplexy teach here Friday Lieu tenant Turner Dismiuwed SAN AJTTONIO Nor Turner Adjutant of the Eighteenth IcsfRB tryj embekuled been foiind jruflty and sentenced to dis honorable dtauuisMLl araix Depositors Drew Out Three Million Whtch Exhausted Its Cash NEW YORK Nov the announcement early the day that the North Kiver Bank would recover its losses of yesterday and make arrangements with the Clearing House that institution doors at and following This bank has suspended All efforts to obtain further information from the officers futile were locked and a of congregated in over the sudden iner has takes charge of the bank TheJSorth River Bank is a Clearing House and operates under Stater charter granted in 1842 It applied again today to the ClearingHouse lor a loin and the committee Into the condition of was learned that It was in Bank who is ing rhe accounts It officials expect to open nes toriiorrow The cause difficulty is tight count of the mention of the Hank as one of tlie The bank examiner that he had BOt concluded of the books an3 could
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