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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDIHC OT ALL THE OTHER DAILIES CITY COWIBWED THE MOST EXTENSiVt BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM ROCKY IWOUNTAIW RECtON 2 7 7 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATUKDAT i 15 1890 PRICE FI YE CENTS EAST AFRICAN TR008LEI German Traders Rash Remarks Caused the Witu Massacre A PRICE SET ON THE SULTANS HEAD A BritiBh Free Trader Fnrnishes MiUoriul for a Democratic Cam paign of Kochs Consumption Remedy JurneKonH Denial Ansad Jterrans Story LONDON Nov San Francisco Chronicle Series summary of the report of Hcrr Michacllos Gorman at Zanzibar tlio de tails of tho burning of tho city of Wltti on eastern coast of Africa near Zanzibar by Admiral Frftomantel on Cotobor 27th Germany having recently summdod to Kniclasul hor protectorate of Witu and tho district considered tho British responsible for any injury hi file tod upon tho German traders or colonists and Admiral Freomaniel hud boon ordered to avenge tho killing of nine Gorman aubjeotH by the pooplo of the African town t appears however that the massacre wafi riot entirely unprovoked Mr Gutizol arrived at Laroon with ten men about tho end of August intending to carry on a lum ber trade In tho sultanate of AYltu Ho afterward wont further inland to tho vlllngu of Mkonumbl where purposed estkbllah ing a sawmill Tho Sultan Furao Bakarl protested and called to Witu Thoy had a conversation which must have been rather violent for when tho Gorman con tractor loft the Sultans palaoo ho rnado a soono upon the public Hquaro where tho eovorolgna standard was displayed on a flagstaff and Insulted the Sultan publicly On aooount of those proceedings Gunxol companions were lexi into a house at Witu and kopt under strict watch Thoro thoy spent several days until their pa tlonce being exhausted and boliovlnjc that they were not watohod they attempted to eaoapo Arming with which they had managed to conceal they loft tho prison and walked toward tho gates of fcho olty but thoy soon wore stopped and firing began butitls impossible as admitted In HerrMlohaellessreport to say which sido firod the first shot Mr Gunzol was killed with eight of his companions Only ono mornbor of the party was able to escape through tho undorbrnsh though wounded and to The man left by Mr Gunzel In charge of his establishment near Witu was murdered SOUR afterward Tho on raped natives in the orfty KJIVO chase to all whites who could bo wuost of whom however sucoooded in escaping with their llvoa Nevertheless tho plantations of tho gurvlvors wero sacked and burned and the raon are now at Lamon having lost all thoy possessed A reward of rupees been offered lor tho capture of tbo Sultan Us nfio Professor Koch expresses a belief that his remedy will certainly prove a cure for Incipient consumption Wbethor how over tho cure will be final clearly proved Further experiments neces sary to determine The remedy can only influence living tuborcolosls tissue It has no efTeet what ever upon dead tissue and produces no oifoct upon tissues which have already been killed by the application of tho remedy It Is uite possible that such dead tissue may still contain living tuberculous may ajaln the adjacent living tis sues It follows therefore that is still living must be made first to decay When this has boon accomplished every effort must uo made to rornovo tho by surgery Where this Is irn pofiftlble and can only proceed tho living tissue must bo protected by continued application of tho remedy The remedy Is applied In cumulative ctoson A small quantity at first sufilecs to a strong reaction but as each suc ceeding Injoctlon causos the death of a cer tain quantity of tisKue capable ot reaction increased doses aro necessary until the patient experiences as little reaction as nontuberculous patients Patients who have been treated in early Htajjos of phthisis havo all been freed from tho morbid symptoms within from four to six wooks whon may bo regarded as healed CciiiKuinpilvc with large cavities In their lungs will probably experience benefit from tho new remedy only la excep tional cases in all eases Prof Koch emphasizes tho neK cossity of early treatment Only in Incip ient stages of tho disease ha declares can the remedy fully develop its oflicacy Ho dnpreoates mechanical and Indiscriminate application of the remedy holding that ib Is preferable that tho treatment should bo in suitable institutions where caro 1ui observation Is possible DEMOCRACYS FOREIGN AJLlilKB A British Free Trade Speech Com mended to American Voters LONDON NOT Lyon TPlayfnlr In m speech at LoodH last night dwelt at great length on tho tariff policy of the United Slater Ho cited a hosi of statistics to show that the consumer always tho extra duty The ofTootH of tho tariff will be dis astrous to American agriculture Ho do olarod that Canada will be able to supply Groat Britain with all tho food she now gets from tho United States If Canada would re construct her tariff on revenue principles Europe and Asia would contribute to her furthor commercial Referring to tho Moat Inspection bill of America ho declared the empowering of the President to boycott nations was an act un worthy of a great nation Tho boycott hud novor hitherto boon rocognixod by Interna tional law Ho conaldorod tho reciprocity claumo in tho McKlnloy hill a safotyvalvo to prevent the high pressure from blowing up protection Already there wero signs in Germany Italy and elsowhoro of tho llarnos of distress in tho protection camps Though England might be Injurnd for a year or two by tho United States legislation ho hopod sho would not dream of reprisals Tho in a long editorial says Sir Lyons speech Is tho most complete exposure yot published on olthor sido of tho Atlantic of tho absurdity of tho MoKlnley tariff Tho opponents of high protection duties It says could hardly do bottcr than to circulate his dispassionate argument among the Ameri can doctorate boforo tlw noxt contest for control of tho executive power KOCHS LYMPH A POSTHUMOUS DENIAL A Letter Fioin Jameson Explaining the Cannibal Incident LONBON Nov Jameson writes to the papers enclosing a letter written by her husband to Sir William McKinnon after Assad Porrans story had boon told enter ing a vigorous donlal of its truth In tho lottor Jameson says ho was deceived He saw a curious native dance which Tippoo Tib told him was usually followed by a can nibal feast lie was skeptical whereupon another Arab told him Jamosou to give him a bib of cloth and ho would sec Jam eson thought this a triclc to obtain a gift but gave tho Arab six handkerchiefs The girl was drasced out and murdered boforo he know what was going on He made no sketch at tho time but made them tha ovoning In his camp goes on to toll of thodlsrcpntatal character of Assad and concludes with th retraction ohlof in which ho says th story about buying tho girl was also mifcun derstood Mrs Jameson adds that her hus band was about to take further steps t cloar himsolf when stricken down by a fata fever Bonnoys official report Is also printed In the course of It ho severely crit tho management of Jameson and Burttolot who ho says wore hant and glove Thoy endeavored to hamper him Bonney In various ways Ho says tho march from Yambuya to Unarl was delayed constantly by bluster swagger and bad management Speaking of the serious losses of arms and stores he says that during the twentyfour days of Barttelots absence whon ho Bouncy was In charge they novor lost a man or a load and traveled quicker By Bartlolota bad management loads were afterwards scattered all over tho district and many of them lost In Bonnoya lottor to Barttolot after tolling of the Major bringing chains from Stanley Falls for slaves he says You may nofc like to hoar this but tho facts are in Dh possession of the Congo Shate authortie and you had best bo prepared to moot any In concluding his lottor to Stanley Uonnoy says that reviewing all events ho believes Barttolot was insane FROM FARMTO WORKSHOP The American Population Is Mass ing in Large Cities SOME INTERESTING CENSUS FIGURES An Interchange of Reciprocity As surances Between Harrison and the Spanish Attack on Free From the Capital THIS ILLFATED Where It Can be Had ami Directions for Its Use RKRMN Nov 14 Or Koch publishes an in tho Deutsche wtireft on the euro of tuberculosis Prof Koch he Is yot unprepared to indicate the source from which tho curative matter is derived and the method of preparation for tho roason that tho experimental work is still in progress Ho states the cmniUvi lymph itself onn bo obtained from Dr Lib address No 28 Luenobiirporstrusso Korlin Tho lymph is described as consist ins of a brownish transparent liquid so procured as to bo proof against deteriora tion When dilutee with water for uso the mattmis liable to cJuoay It Is oecessary thoroforo that the attenuations be per fectly storilixed hy heat and preserved In a wadding covering or prupared with a solu tion of phenol f0 percentages strong When taken Into the stomach the curative matter proves to have no elToct It must be iippiiiid suboutaueously by means of a vnlvclcss syrinjjo which must bo rinsed with absolute alrthol uud kopt iu a per fectly aseptic condition Twentylive hundred hs of a cubic contl mctor Intensely artoctod a healthy man who subjected to experiment while two cubic centlmolors applied to a Kuinoa plfl bud littlo Trof Koch lujcoted t hundredths of a cubic centime ter in his own arm and within a few hours a contraction nf tho limbs and a marked feeling of lassitude At tho same timo felt a desire to coub tOROthor with ditlictiity of breathing These symptoms increased rapidly and in live hours ho ex perienced unusually violent ripor accom panied with nausoa and tho temperature of body rosti rapidly After twelve hours the symptoms began to abate nud tho noxt day the body resumed a normal condition The heaviness of lirnbs and languid feeling continued for several days however Tho sumo results follow when tho fluid Is applied to diseased persons suffering from other than tuberouiosis affec tions but In persons affected with tnberculosis tho samo quantity pro duces a strong local reaction The reaction can best bo observed on those whoso affec tion is visible as for instance persons suf fering from lupus Within a fow hours after the injection the IUDUS soros begin to swell and finally assume a dark brown tint After the fover subsides tho swelling decreases and generally disappears scabs of fullingOtr later The portions of the skin not clearly recognized as lupus are not af It is asserted with confidence that the remedy may be considered an auxlliarj diagnosis and in doubtfulo cases incipient consumption cnn positively be diagnosed by She Was Unsafe and Had a Brutal Captain LONHON Nov San Francisco Chronicle stories arc afloat in regard to tho illfated cruiser It is alleged that she was bunpled In building and that her test trials under steam wore farces These alle gations are now said to have been matters of common gossip among fcho sailors over since tho vessel was launched hut if so thoy novor reached tho general public in print It Is known that tho men complained of thu of tho captain who threatened to repay them by severe chastisement There were several desertions from the ves sel during her last voyage The admiralty are suppressing all details of this kind so Car as possible and the complete story will probably not be made public until tho report of tho hoard of Inquiry into tho disaster Is made and perhaps not then LONDON1 Nov dispatch from Corunna says tho survivors of tho Sorpont state that several mishaps occurred to her boforo tho ship was wrecked The admiralty officials flatly contradict the statements of Admiral Elliott and assort that tho Sorpont was perfectly seaworthy Thirty bodies wore washed ashore but none of tho officers havo yet boon found A BnriedAlivo Witness LONDON Nov Pan Francisco Chronicle Na ples police authorities have obtained an im portant witness against tho directors of the convent popularly called The Buried Alive in tho person of Sistor Maria a young girl who says that her father a wealthy man put her in a convent against her will because sho intended to be married to a poor artist Tho girl will bo called i closes a upon to testify for tho prosecution in tho proceedings pending against the institution The Third Declension Downed Him VTRSVA Nov tfritncisco Chronicle sui cide of a schoolboy a member of a family of good social position has caused a sensation hero The boy found great difficulty in mastering tho third declension in the Latin grammar and the fact so worked upon his mind that he took his life No More Big Guns PAUTS Nov During tho debate on the naval estimates today tho Minister of Ma rino stated that cannon of onormous caliber would no longer bo used thirtyton guns being capable of piercing armor plates of any thickness Ho also said war ships would bo built with a speed of eighteen knots An AntiStrike Conference MELBOURNE Nov Munroe has announced his intention to convoke a conference of delegates from all the Austra lian governments and peoples to consider measures for the prevention of strikes A Conomnptive Exodus Nov 14 There is a regular exo dus from the Mediterranean shores of oon umptlves to Berlin Many American doc tors arc coming to hear Koch lecture No vember 26th London Bankers in Council LONDON Nov Some of the wealthiest London bankers met tonight an k of England wfhero they discussed the finan cial position of certain largo An American Consul Dead lioif JON Nov John Deltele Consul Bristol diod today WASHINGTON Nov Dis Francisco Clironide Scries of the most interesting bulletins that will be issued by the census oftlce will come out iu a fow days It will give tho population of tho cities having more than 8000 inhabitants and the list will embrace over 40 citlos Mr Porter the superintendent in speaking of this today The most surnrisln fact which tho forthcoming census will es tablish is tho stupendous of the urban population and the emigration of the agricultural population to tho cities Tho tendency of modern civilization is to mass population During the last decade this gain has been no less than 00 por cont Speaking roundly It may bo said that in 1700 onethirtieth of thu population was found in cities of more than 8000 population in 1800 one twentyfifth1 in 1810 and also in 1820 onetwentieth in 1S30 onesixteenth in 1340 onetwelfth in 18f0 onoeighth in onesixth in 1S70 more than onefilth in 1880 halfway between onefifth and one quarter and in 1800 nearly throotonths The eleventh census will show that in the Stato of Massachusetts fully 75 per cent of tho population is in the cities This phe nomonal growth in tho population of our centers of industrial energy is indicative of the rise of our tjreufc manufacturing Indus trios during the last decade and Illustrates the fact that Is now the fore most manufacturing as well as the leading agricultural nation of the A RBCUROOAfj WASHINGTON Nov 34 Associated interesting remarks bearing upon reciprocity were exchanged today on tho occasion of the reception oT Sefior Guanos tho now Spanish minister to the United States by President Sofior Guanos said An International exchange of products and manufactures of tho United States and Spain la suroly one oC theneces sary laws that are based upon the instincts and universal noods of the presunt day and the greater the difference between their customs dispositions and productions of their labor so much more necessary is it for nations to como closer together and increase their exchanges To maintain those inter ests ancl to contribute to their development shall be the object of mymost solicitous President Harrison replying said It is most gratifying that in thus entering up on your mission you express In the name of your sovereign and of the Spanishnation a warm desire for continued harmony of rela tions and intimacy of intercourse between tho United States and Spain Inspired by like sentiments Lcountenance your promised aid in developing the larger relations and closoities of amity and commercial interests which both nations desire for their recipro cal IlGHTINO FREE TIME A most notable feature in connection with the extensive telegraphic time service which has become established and is apparently indispensable to commerce has bean the concerted attack upon tho prevalent system by a largo number of observatories through out the United States its object being to break up tho system in order that the time which is now furnished without cost from tho naval observatory may bo distributed and charged for at those minor observa tories as a means of contributing to their maintenance THK NEW MESSIAH CHAZE Late advices from Pino Kidge S are to the ollect that the excitement among the Indians on account of tho new Messiah is rapidly increasing Some apprehension is felt if active measures are not taken by the Government outbreak may occur during tho early spring even before However the government ms the whole situation in hand andwill at once and ef fectually crush out the very first signs of an uprising THE SILVER PURCHASES The amount of silver offered to the treas ury was ounces The amount pur chased was at to TUB WAVAIi EQUIPMENT Commodore Denny Chief of the Bureau of Equipment in his annual report says hat during the past lisoal year sixtyfive vessels have boon wholly or partially equipped at a cost of and coal has purchased at a cost of Com nodoro Denny says the lightingof ships of var by electricity inaugurated by this Gov ernment has now become so essential that no warship Is considered complete which is not lighted Special attention was given he past year to tho subject of means of in orlor communication on shipboard and a olophone system will soori be added experi ueutally to other devices on one now rulser CUBA MUST HAVB The Department of State has received ispatohos from Consul Gen oral t Havana stating that tha chairmen of he various business associations have been cquested by the government to appoint a omniittoe to go to Spain and report their lows upon the negotiation of a reciprocity reaty with the United States Ho also en translation of an editorial in the loading Havana paper strongly favoring reciprocity and taking to task the Spanish Cabinet for pronouncing the petitions from Cuba imprudent andas tending to encour age the Yankees to be more The editorial goes on to say that the United States Government is in possession of the most exacting Information concerning Cu ban affairs and thatthe information in possession of Secretary Biaine is of so de cisive a to enable to Spain Accodo agree as is just to my pol icy of commercial reciprocity or I will sink the sugar plantations of adds that the day a prime industry is lost all minor industries will be lost with it All other it says live and flourish because we plant cano make sugar and sellit to the United States Elaine and acts accord ingly Our campaign had to be under THE LOTTERYS REVENGE An Alleged Attempt to Wreck TVan ainaker Caused the Panic WASHINGTON Nov Dis Francisco Chronicle The Washington Critic which under its formtr management was very earnestly op posed to tho antilottery bill contains curious story today as to the part which tho Louisiana Lottery Company plajred in tho recent stock panic in New York The Critic says A gentleman who is usually well posted concerning the undercurrent of public and financial affairs suggested anew solution oil the whole matter Mr Wanamaker troubles and the financial stringency in New York are both duo to the same cause That cause is tho Louisiana Lottery Company That company is one of tho most powerful financial corporations in the world and it is as revengeful as an Indian It has been its steady policy to ruin financially whenever it could whosoever ptood In Its way Mr Wanamaker has incurred its deepest hatred by the part ho took in bringing the legislation hostile to which was passed during Lhe recent Congress The xoal Vritii which iie has enforced ike law has only intensified the companys desire for roveugo Now chIs company learning that he was borrowing money withdrew from the hanks and consequently from circulation its enormous reserve fund of This so tightened the money market as not only to prevent from bor rowing in New York bit brought about tho scarcity of ready miSpiey which nearly turned a Hurry In sjjbcks into A genuine panic and which did cause the failure in New York of several supposedly strong firms and the closing of at least one bank It may be thnt Jay Gould had a hand in do pressing Reading but it was tho lot tery companys endeavorto give Wana a financial deathblow which I believe brought about this THE TUBE LINE Experiments to Be Made Between Jersey City and Newark NKW YOBK Nov Dispatch Francisco Chronicle ments were completed today for laying two pneumatic tubes between Jersey City and Newark for the purpose of carrying small packages and mail matter between those wo and several intermediate points Tho ubo will be twentyfour inchesin diameter This will be the first practical step in the big scheme for long distance pneumatic tube service tho details of which were given some time ago If the service between Jersey City and Newark proves a success he service will at once bo extended as far is Philadelphia on one side and New York on tho other GOULD MAKES AN APPEAL IS ANXIOUS FOR ANOTHER IDENTS Ilio SouthwoHttr Kernels A re Annually by Tiieir tooseJRate Sysfcoms and the Investors Sailer THE FIRST STATE MESSAGE Governor Warren of Wyoming Sends to the Legislature It THE SENATORIAL FIGHT BEGINS TODAY Clevelands Friends will Inaruruarte a Campaign Against the Campaign Cost New York City Ingalls Not Ready to Give Up THE INHABITANT NKW YORK Nov the Sun to norrow will appear a letter addressed to he editor from Jay Gould la which he writer says there are a group of oads known as the Western and South western systems traversing the most fertile and rapidly developing territory of the United States that the stock and bonds of these properties am hold by thousands of investors in the East and upon the pros perity of these roads many small investors depend for dividends upon which to live Something over eighteenmonths writes Gould during a period of great de pression throo great in vited the these roads to moot The result of that meeting was to the socalled presidents and it may interest you to know the ence in the net earnings of this group of roads as between the rates which were established and maintained for several months after the agreement and the rates that prevailed under the loose and disorgan ized state of affairs that has existed since the agreement was broken I estimate the total number of tons moved one mile nually by this group to be sixteen billion of one of these roads furnished a statement showing the difference between the rates under the presidents agreement and the present which amounts to an increase of mills per ton per mile Apply ing this difference of mills to the sixteen billion gross annual tons on one mile gives the startling figure of the an nual decrease 011 the net earnings of this system of roads as between their operation under the presidents acreement and the loose methods now Under this condition of things it that the bankers can be induced to call the presidents together again with the assur ance that they have the whole mass of in vestors behind Nov to Warron this evening transmitted to the first State Legislature his message The document was read by the clerks in the Senate and House to tre mendous audiences It counsels harmony economy and is a full statement of the condition of every department of the Slate government Ho the citizens are to be congratulated on tho elevation of the State and trusts they realise tho responsibilities of housekeeping for Ihemsulves On the other hand there has been admitted into tho Union a commonwealth of vast resources and great promise In tho Constitution as ratified by the people aio suggestions for lawmaking to which the Governor calls at tention No unnecessary offices should be continued or created and salaries should be reduced to a point limited only by the as surance of faithful and efficient service There is in tho treasury a cash balance of nearly ninetyfive thousand dollars and tho only indebtedness is bonds amounting to The oHset is a fine capitol a State university insane asylum blind and deaf mute Institute penitentiary and poor farm The tax levy for the first year of Statehood is lower than for several years and the act of Congress admitting Wyoming to the State acres of land to be selected Tho immediate extraordinary expenses are for tho legislative session which is to be sixty days while succeeding lascmbliesaro limited to forty and for an exhibit at the Worlds Fair Tho various counties owe the State Still all the subdivisions even the new ones are in ood shape Wyoming has ninotytwo convicts and wentythree insane and there are 300 pu pils In tho State University which owns eventytwo sections of choice land Tho fish hatchery covers 640 acres and from it all waters are being stocked with game and edible fish Groat advancement has been made by tho farmers The mineral belts are being opened and the range business continues prosperous At noon tomorrow the Legislature will begin balloting for United ExDelegate Carey will he one and it is likely that Governor Warren will be the other NEW YORK CAMPAIGN EXPENSE A Negro Woman in New York Says She Is 11T NKW YOHK Nov 14 iTiumTrcK Dispatch San Francisco ClironicJe A colored woman livos at Greenwich street who could probably compel o successfully fur tiie honor boinc the oidvisl person in this oily Mrs Lucy U Id icy is hr She claims the rtpe old iicre of 117 With her live her soninlaw Benjamin llidloy her grand daughter Mrs Kohocca Ridley and tho hitters dau Muss Kebevca Kid Ivy These four live nnd soem to enjoy themselves in the of an ioned threestory house Throo rooms arc all they have Mrs Kidley horn in Africa and was to this country in n slave ship earlier than can remember he be came the slave of ihe man she sliil calls Massa James Downy who lived nenr Oxford in North Carol ilia When 1 nines Downy died sho foil into other hands and had sov crnl masters She finally became tho prop erty of James Lhlley who also livod near Oxford She wis then sixteen years old She the fjimily itH She was freed hy Emankipanon Procla mation She hits noun three tinios the first time ilmoKt i century aero and had nito children all of whom lire dead Her last husbuud was one of James Rdioys j slaves At that lime she had a grown daughter her son hy a former marriage married this daughter and Mrs Ridley had a and hi one Mrs Kidleyx hiisbuui aad her duusiluer fol lowed soon Tho souiuljiw tho Benjamin Ridley still lives with her Benjamin says he is sixtyfour yours old and his confirms his statement BEHWEITS DEATH AVENGED Birchall Meets His Fate Calmness of a Stoic tec IE WAS mi TO THE VERY LAST He Left a Statement DeclaHosr That He Had Never Confessed Partici pation in the Scenes at the Execution The Criminal Kecord A PETRlPtIfil COUPSJS Even the Flowers in the Casket Were Turned to Stone SANDRUBV Nov Francisco Series Some days ago Sewcll of this place nurchasod a burial lot in Humphrct Mnnor Cemotery and prepared to remove the bodies of deceased members of his family from Sunbury Cemetery for transfer to the new lot The first pravc opened was tha of his laughter Miss Ella Sewcll who dice in 18S7 The workmen were unable to lif tho body out of the open grave and assist ancc was sent for It required scvei strong men to lift the casket When the lid was removed to the surprise of all the spec tators the body was bo in a per fect state of petrillLatiou Even the flowers placed in the casket were petrified Excep for its remarkable pallor and slightly sunken cheeks the body looked like that of a peacefully sleeping girl In lifo Miss Sewell was an attractive brunette with dark hair When tho body was viewed her hair had turnedto snowy white Experts assign as the cause of the marvel the damp condition of the ground occasioned by tho exceptional floods in Juno 1880 THE ftEW U P MANAGEMENT SIDNEY DILLON AIKNT1ONKD AS THE NEXT I1 BBS J DENT JTrexcl Morgan Co Said to Havo An ii tod Gould in Securing Control of tho New Deal A Union Pacific Victory CHICAGO Nov vote of the members of the Western Freight Association today showed that except the Burling ton was ready to back down and accept the terms of tho Union to could be taken without the unanimous consent of all lines was re ferred to the chairman Tho Burlington even if tho Union Pacific suc ceeds in forcing the new divisions on its Omaha connections it tho Burlington will continue to exchange trafflcjonthe old basis THE MESSIAH EXCITEMENT Options Given English Syndicates PHOVIDENCK Nov Francisco Chronicle Series Ageuts of English capitalists have secured an option the extensive plant of the Gorham Manufacturing company in this city and alsoonrthe Fletcher Worsted in The syndicate is also direct iug itsi efforts to the absorption of ing leather board mills Englandand five of the largest mil Is h ave already granted option inivrtiich at which the plants will I sold have been stated with Jlguiiss showing the Methodist Missionary Appointments iouury api roprlations Porwbrki in Comnilttoe on EuVope sum doneiri f General Buger Finds the Matter Has Been Exaggerated HURON S D Nov Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Series Thomas Commander of partmontof Dakota U S accompanied by Lieutenant Woodruff was here this after noon They came direct from Standing Bock Indian Agency where they investi gated tho reported excitement anddiscqn tent among the Indians because of the ex pected coming ol a messiah Sitting Bull whom they regard as one of In dians on the reservation and who has given the Interior Department no little trouble is responsible for much of the which has subsided Reports were greatly exaggerated Major McLaughlih agent at Standing Kock is in favor with the Indians and will have no trouble inkeeping them General Kuger and went to this They will visit the various military pqstsand In dian agencieslri North and South before returning to St TROOPS TO BE SENT Thti DailyNcivss Washingtonspecial asr aerts that on the recommendation of Gen eral Miles Department has ordered points in the vicinity of the Sioux Beseryatioia ito take field at The AntsTammany League Paid for Its Defeat New Nov Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle New York there is a law compelling candidates to file statements of campaign expenses Mayor Grant swore that his election cost him only a few hundred and his dcfcatec opponent Scott paid loss than a hundred Todays statements however were more interesting Tno campaign cost Delanc Nicoll while Mr Goff his opponent only spent Comptroller Myers ex penses aggregate SS775 while it cost Leon ard Agiegorich to be elected Count Clerk Nicoll paid John McQuado th usurer of Tammany Hall and usec the rest for other purposes Judge Davic McCadam tho Tammany candidate for Judge of the Superior Court paid and contributions aggregating were made on his behalf to Iho organization that nominated him Thoodoro W Myers Democrat for Comptroller patdSOS35 as fol lows To Charles Oanda treasurer of tho County Democracy SGOOO Peter Rush chairman of tho Twentyfirst District Comity Democracy and to John Mc Quado treasurer of Tammany Hall General Committee It cost the aldermen from S1500 to apiece and tho assombly inen about the same and the municipal league paid nearly for the privilege of fighting Tammany to no purpose HIIJj MUST BE DOWNED AClevelandManWill Run Against Him for tbe Senate N Nov Dis Francisco Chronicle Governor Hill is not going to havo his own way in regard to the United States Sena torship without some dispute ExPresi dent Clevelands friends say that Hillmust be opposed His victory whether he se lects himself or one of his friends for the Senatorship would be a disadvantage to Cleveland A movement has been started Inthe western part of the State that seeks to name Wilson S Bissell ono of Cleve lands law partners at the time he was Bissell is about 43 years old is a graduate of Yale and when Cleve land was elected Governor by such a large majority in 1883 his campaign was greatly assisted by Me Bissell camo with him to Albany on the last of January follow ing He has often done good turns for Cleveland and in his statement ofthis will sacrifice his own per sonal feelings and become a candidate it is thought he 3s doing a still further good turn for his old friend of0110 scenes enactedseveral years Gerienil a large 1orce of States ear E enp d i ja uT or ri torjy arifl pre ventedv threatened piitbreakl demonstratiouagainst and in parleying with them Ingalls in a Fighting1 Mood KANSAS CITY contains an interview Ayith Senator Ingalls regarding his chances for reelection to the United StatesSenate Irigalls win when I am ertain of goinginto the fight with seventy within fourteen of enough to elect me would make the I and knew I would gettio The North River Bank NEW YORK Nov motion for the a receiver for the North Elver Bank was postponed Monday because are being resume The directors of the bank held a m eeti us th is5 S liperi ntend en t Prestpn said the board and resolved toiuake active eltprtsto Off sue Clearing Labor OIDroutine mat te is one committee of the order inthe future taking active part in politics SomVdeflnite actidtptwill be taken before the NKW YORK Nov Dispatch Francisco Chronicle prominent railway manager who is thor oughly familiar witli the progress that has been made toward bringing Western roads into closer relations with one another said yesterday that the change in the control of the Union Pacific railroad which will soon bo made apparently means u great deal to the Chicago St Paul Railroad Messrs DrexoJ Morgan Co have for sonic time past been inlluenwal in ment of that company Mr Morgan has assisted Mr Goulo iu regaining control of the Union Pacific for thu roason among others that he wished to secure for the St Paul Company facilities west of Omaha sijii liar to those enjoyed by the Chicago Northwestern through its alliance with the Union Pncitic It is also clear that other railroads running Council Blurts and Omaha but hsivrng no lines of their own west of tho Missouri river are to bo treated by the Union Pacific hereafter in a manuer that will prevent any further criticism of tho Northwestern lines It Is understood that the new president of tho Union Pacific Kaiiroad Company will bo Sidney Dillon Mr Gould wisnes him to have the place as a vindication of his previous mauagcmeut of the companys affairs His duties will be an advisory nature and younger inon willbo retained to supervise thedetails of operation A PENNSYLVANIA PROPHET He Lives WqoUs aad Wears a Crown oi Thorns ALLEKTOWN Dis Francisco Chronicle A new has arisen iu the purson of Edwin Woodring ot South Whitehall town ship this county He is sixtyfour years old and lives alone in a rude shanty in the woods IliB clothing is of tne cioarsiist kind foodscanty in quantity and mean In quality He wears a bearu and niaktia hirnsuli look in general appearance as much like the pictures of tho Messiah as hw can lie is sometimes pacing up and clowu the country roads with a crown of thorns on his head which he places Uaere under tUe hal lucination that he is thus following toe example Ho ia a umu of consid erable wealth having inherited an estate from his GAP CLOSED UP Ivio Grande Trains from Denver Next Monday JUNCTION Nov to war is over and peace reigns The Denver Rio Grande and mutually agreed to rush the link of railroad to completion is moving briskly uhu the connection at Grand be made doubtless to morrow but there are several miles of sur facing to be done before trains can run Your correspondent is informed by Ttoad master that the first through train will be run next Monday The Cincinnati1 Club Expelled Nov National League this after upon expelled the Cincin nati club for playing clubs ineligible under the national agreement An applica tion from J K Brush representing several Cincinnati people ior a League franchise was ThePlayers peoplehave been busy toTday anatbis stated tonight that PresidentPrince has declared that the League will continue the fight next year if it has to sink of his own money v GuestsDepart Cleve audlefc for iris the rivatc SenatorBrioe lini andCongressman Illinois of thebau quet mostly leTti the this Dmtmr Nov natned Horelacd placed dynamite near u stove in yesterday to thaw It exploded killing and badly in uiing Jiis wife and four children none of whom however wUl Nor At morning Kopinald Birchall was launched into erernlty for the murder of P 0 Benwell Ho partook sparingly of breakfast at G j and then began to prepare for tho final ordeal lie put on a white flannel shirt with cont nnd vest but asked the turnkey to see that this was replaced after tho execution by an ordinary whiteshirt witha starched collar and tie Ho would not weaT a st a relied collar at tho execution he said because it might interfere with placing tha ropo around his neck At half past six and from then on a crowd began to Collectin tho jail chiofty newspaper men from All over Canada and the United States At hnlf past seven the doors were all opened and the crowd admitted and passed through to tho yard in which tho was erected About fifty wore admitted The executioner appeared at twentyfive minutes before eight ropeia and began to put to order The scaffold was made of three pieces of timber six Inches square two uprights sunk iu tho ground and third the top Tha rope ran pulleys ID cross beam and a weight of 850 pounds of iron was attached to the oppooite end of tha noose and held up by a cord to staple Cutting this cord releases the weight which falls and jerks tho condeimied upward four feet At tho hangman hirrtng completed his preparations outside tbe Shod tit in a long black Prince Albert coat and ro movod the 7Jight guard Midgley He had k hard look about the month but a telltale moistness about the eyes Ho climbed stairs and stood in the galtery Birchalls corridor door There tbe old l soldier stood gloomy and sorrowfal until the procession passed out and down spiral steps At 8 23 the executioner waa booltoneti to go up Ho had been walking around the1 rotunda carrying in his hand straps with which to tie Birch alls arms waiting for tha signal He put behind his back and partiy under the skirt of hia coat tho russott colored straps and wont upstairs A minute or two he took to strap the prisoners arms behind his then tha AWFUL MAJtCH TO DEATH began at First came the rural dean Wade in surplice and reading tho Church of England service for the dead Behind him Dr Chamberlain followed by A D Stewart and Deputy Sheriff Perry Tfca prisoner came next dreadfully pale resolute his jaws locked with tho fixity of death His stop was steady His Jet black hair and moustache made the pallor of hit face like marble He was dressed in danc colored tweed clothes a white flannel shirt with a black bow at the collar and light patentleather He looked so young and there was such aa expression of immovable resolution and UD daunted courage that the men who saw him and knew him worthy of death In the eye of tho law forgot that ho had phot a friend In the back In n lonely swamp Tuo faces of half the men there were almost as white thatof the doomed man At the foot of the spiral staircase tbe pro cession formed and his friend am talked on one side of him with day guard Seorge Perry on the other Jailor Cameron ollowed them and then came the hangman The aged Sheriff was supported tc the door of the corridor overlooking the west yard The march was slow along tho corridor and out into the yard Weetham walked close and held one hand in both of hia ill the assurance of a friends heart clasp The principal actors in the tragedy stopped fifteen feet from the scaffold and the solemn ones of the service thrilled every ono there with a horror that hardly let them realize the tremendous importance of the event in which they were taking part They felt an overpowering pity for the lilackh aired WHITEFACED YOUNG KAN standing ou the threshold of eternity eyes haJ not n trace of the frivolity that ightened his imprisonment As he stood Sstening to tho lowtoned priest his eyes were iixed on the blue sky over to tho there was not a haunted look nor was there my ear in his eyes but a fixed purpose hat seemod to consume his reason It Is not possible to imagine the expression of his ace He was living a lifetime in that hour incl there was no one there but shared the train of his terrible ordeal It was not de but he had strung his being up to dio game At tho words dust to dust iu the service Birchall stepped firmly forward took his place under the scaffold with his face to the outh turned up slightly took Veci hams hand in his and the friends kissed under the gallows The executioner put the around the legs just above the knees When he clergyman took Birchalls band and dsscd it the witnesses wore sure the end the suspense was terrible on the witnesses no human edge can say how terrible to the men stand ing alone there on the green swmrd As the priest entered upon the Lords prayer the executioner put tho black cap over the bend of the doomed man and ad justed the noose about his neck Birchall iuid declared that ho would gay nothing at the scaffold and the witnesses did pect be would His silence seemed to be he Intensity of his purpose concentrated a hundred times He did not say a word leaving his cell except it might have been to mutter a word to Weetbam or Wade he bade them goodby TIth a kiss XRK TVKIGUT FALLS At six minutes after the procession started from the corridor the words de liver us from gave the signal and a quick pull 011 the small ropery the execu tioner stood behind the laws Tictiai released the immense weight It dropped f with the rapidity of thought and sank or eight inches into the theforce of its Birchall had been placed close to one of the uprights and the the noose the body first The body was jerked up Into about five feet f ell until within two feet of the ground Convulsions commenwdV half more resembling heavy breathing   

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