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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                Part First Pages 1 to a V OTu 3ST0 2 7 7 SAiT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY MOimi3STGs TSTOVEMBER 16 1890 PRICE FIVE CE3STTS Views of Eminent Medical Men on the Consumption Remedy FRENCH SCIENTISTS ARE SKEPTICAL Religions Instruction Under the Ger man Educational Advice Given the Leadership General Foreign Nexvs of BKIUYIN Nov Copyrighted by New York Associated Professor Koch holds supremo sway over thf public Interest Thf publication of his at homo abroad intensified tho oxclU merit and are from all parts of Europe and America Many medical mon including TCntfllHli and American physicians have botiii studying procoss under aides of Ivofh IntorestlriK reports tho pnwesK of trnatriitsnt In many continue to bo To rnmib tho pressure anoLher hospital Is about to bo es Tho Bucrotof tho composition of thf lymph IIJIH been cominurticfttud to Kochs intimate colleagues also to Pio fossor WnlKhnrl of Frankfort Dr Stoot of Hamburg Hospital arid Profossor Noth iijiKotnf thy Unlvorslty Nothnapor In addressing tho studrmts on tho matter tho discovery has a far widerscope than KnnorR discovery of vaoolnutlon and IK perhaps tho Loat hi tho history of mndicul sclonw IrnfoHHor Rlllioth holds that Kochs method places It beyond doubt that a romudy will no found ho Torn Ionic foi1 oancor Tho only criticisms of Kochs discovery come from French medical men some of whom advise incredulity until tho nature of thw remedy is fully known and scientific proof given of its olliotlvoriosfi A feature of tho Primary Educa tion bill of the liovernment concerns relig iastruoUon The bill that every uhlld shall be eduoatod In Its own creed and that classes In knowl edge shall bo conducted by the respective religious bodies representatives of such bodies In each community being authorized h proslflo over tho classes Tho classos for In tho evangelical and Oatholio creeds will be entrusted to tho parish pastor or iciest Tho will of Arohduko John of Austria has lioiMi opened In Vienna Ho leaves every thing tu Mllly Stubel his morganatic wife It will be contested as Invalid under the Austrian law were badly beaten in sev eral communal elections the past week The n boll Mori of repression scorns to bo weaken ing the party SLUGGERS IN COUIIT He amendment to the address In reply to the speech from the throne This Implies that he will kad Parnellites during thy absence of their chief Italys Queen Interested ROMK Nov Francisco Chronicle Queen Marg herila Is urging upon King Umberto the ad visability of appointing a special Royal Commission to inquiry Into the discovery of tho Gorman physician and experimenter irof Koch with a view to utilizing ills lymph Inoculation process for tho alleviation of the suffering of her sub jects In tho hospitals of the country if it be found that Or Kochs remedy really ac anything which Is not possible by any of the already known moans of cur ing Incipient or superficial tuberculous dis eases Balfour Defeats a Liberal Nov the election of rector of the Glasgow University today Balfour Chief Secretary for Ireland Con received 948 votes against 717 for Aberdeen Liberal A COMPLICATED A New American Countess PARTS Nov The marriage of Oomto Gallifot and Miss Stovorui of America took place in Lhe parish church at Montmorcy today wllh great ceremony Thirty Were Killed Nov railway train from AskUb with a number of soldiers was de railed near here Thirty persons wore killed and forty injured He Left His LiabilitieH LONDON Nov solicitor named May how at Westminster has absconded Lia bilities assets only The German Budget Nov Gorman budget for 1801 and will demand a loan of 000 A COMEDIANS OljOSIi Tho Trial of Slftvin and McAulifTc Commenced LONDON1 Nov Sun Francisco Chronicle tho Surrey Seflsions Court yesterday Slavin and lUcAulllTe tho pugilists were put on trial Ior assault on each other jird breach of tho peace Mr Paland Q prosecuted for UK tirown and Sir Charles Russell do ffiidod the pugilists Both mon appeared In iMMit and seemed to bo In excellent trim Slavin wore a buncth of flowers In his but tonhole Mr 1aland read tho terms of tho combat and described the scene to be not a more ox hibitiui of skill but a fight to win money said that If the Jury had any common sense Ifwould find that tho atTalr was an illegal prizoftght Inspector Ghlaholm was tho first witness Ho said he hud attended the contest and de lulled tho incidents Anew pair of gloves WUH procured The Inspector pushed the padding from the knuckles as ho alleged Hiseconds had clone before the fight Due of the referees a mini by the name of Vlw suld that MoAullffos collapse was duo to overexertion in tho first heavy blows delivered by Slavin Tho case was adjourned until today Stnarfc Kobsons Nervousness Was All That Saved Him ST Loins Nov Sau Francisco Chronicle Rubsou the comedian Is puzzled to know whether a bullot fired into a sleoper at was Intended for him or someone else Me laughs off a very serious matter luit there are those who say somebody is gunning for him Ho said today Wo worn going from Cincinnati to Indianapolis In a sleeper and I had taken a seat near the front of rho car Just as wo were pulling out of the Cincinnati yards I got up out of Die I am very nervous you know Ill Mil down aud read a paper fifteen inin ulas und then got up and sit somewhere got up from the seat and said I guoss that one across there is moro T had hardly crossed tho aisle when 1 hoard u crash of glass and saw that the window in front of which I had boon sitting had a llttio round hole in It I guess tho boys are throwing T said thinking some little boys wore probably the cause of Die broken window I guess suld some ono no stone would go through a window like Wo looked on tho floor arid sure enough wo found a big bullot which had passed through the back of tho seat on which I hud been sitting Well I wasnt shot and of course I know I was lucky to escape being killed If F had boon there I would proba bly have got SATISFIED How Mrs Dr Fullers Father Dis posed of His Estate NEW YORK Nov Dispatch Francisco Chronicle suit which is pending in thd Fuprome Court over the will of millionaire Charles C Hast ings shows that he was a man who looked closely after the most minute business de tali Mr Hastings was father of Lizzie Mollard Hastings who married Dr O Fuller last February Her husband has just applied for a divorce naming Leicester Holme as corospondont Mr Hastings was a manufacturing clothier of New York with extensive interests In San Francisco and when he died ho loft an estate of over Tho property was bequeathed to his two children Charles Houston and Lizzie iWollard with the excep tion of a few small legacies Tho solo executor arid trustee of the will Mr William H Phillips has handled tbo estate under its provisions for six jears but the provisions of tho will became so complicated at last that ho entered a suit In the Supreme Court against the two prin cipal bonellciarles to determine just what Mr Hastings desired to have done Papers were served on Mrs Dr Fuller just prior to her cleparfcuro for California Tho will was drawn by a New York law yor It was sufficiently complicated in itself without a council with conflicting wore added by a San Fran cisco attorney The will named Messrs Tames A Lowroy D Henry Newton and William H Phillips trustees and tho codicil eliminated the first two named making Mr Phillips also guardian of tho children Provision was made that upon attaining the age of 20 years each should receive one sixth of tho estate Another sixth was to be given each of thorn four years later and the rest when they had arrived at of liO Mixed up in the will was an annuity to a brother of Mr Phillips which the trustee must retain funds to meet and a number of conditional legacies which might be open to dispute Tho will covers thir teen closely written foolscap pages CAREY ELECTED SENATOR PARNELL m MRS OSHEA The Captain Apparently Justified in lung Wrong PROCEEDINGS IN THE DIVORCE TRIAL The Evidence Against the Parnel Had Visited Hours So Far Decidedly Two Several Aliases and Mrs OShea ac Improper TEE RECEtVJSS THJG KISPUBLI CAN VvJTJE Democratic Votes Cast for Slcotuh of the iNow Sonj Fight Commences Tomorrow j GOOD ADVICE TO THE CZAR He Is UurffOd to Give Russia u Con stitutional Government ST pKTffinswua Nov Francisco Chronicle A sensation has boon created In this city by un Incident which has jvist happened to tho Oxar Ilo found on a tablo In his private apartments an anonymous pamphlet Avhlch ciillnd his attention in a quiet and convinc ing manner to tho necessity for providing a constitution for Russia The tono of the aiKiiment was perfectly dispassionate and culm and tho writer tulvtaed tho to rid of his present advisers who ho said arc interested for their own personal onds In koeplnR him in Ijrnonmco of the clcslros of his people and the opinions and which prevail throughout his dominion It Is believed that if tho Uzar is in any amenable to reason and la not oo woakoncd In mind and character by fear and the wills of those about him that ho Is Incapable of indepondent thought this puni phlot cannot fall to make an impression upon him but It is doubted if anything will ever move him now from his position of frightened hato toward the people BOOTHS RESPONSIBILITY Ho Wants to Bo Hold Accountable for Darkest England1 Funds Nov San Francisco Chronicle Series riooth has written ii letter In which he pro piisos that all funds which umy bo donated tu his Darkest Knglund sohtwno shall con stitute a permanent charitable trust and this trust shall bo arranged and conducted in saoh a manner as to render him and his successors In control of the work directly responsible before the courts for any mal versation of funds or any gross mlsnmtutge nient of tho business Mr Justin McCarthy and Mrs Lynn Lin ton have written to Ox press their sympathy with General Booths schomo They Hud Plenty to Eat and Make No Complaint WASRINOTON Nov President gave a reception this afternoon to tho In dlartN of Bullalo Bills Wild Wost Show They wore given a hearing by acting Indian Commissioner Boll After tho hearing Boll said thoy hud no complaints to make Their contracts had been carried out they wcro furnished wholesome food in abun dance good comfortable clothing and mod leal attendance when 111 CONSOLS TVKCOaNIZED The President has recognized Ohinda JIusblcbi as consul of Japan at San Francisco and Oliver Ames Spencer con sular agent for Italy at Seattle VICTORY COMPLETE Sanchez and Hie Officers Shot With out Trial LA LIBERTAD Nov received from Honduras arc that Sanchez has been uuplured by President licgrans forces after a struggle and tho revolution is probably at an end The country in general Is quiet and tho sympathies of tho people are with Kogran Meat of Sanchezs mon wore killed in the last struggle today Sanchez and a few of his oftlcurs who were captured were hurried to tho public square and shot without any delay This ends tho Sanchez revolution While Sanchez was in power he executed two members of Bograns Cabinet ono of them Simon Martinez A Pennsylvania Prodigy KKADTNG Nov Dls Francisco Chronicle Penn township school district this county possesses a prodigy of a school teacher in tho personof little Clara Grconswald of Bornville 33 years old She has been fill ing her post ably and acceptably since the fall term began In September She is a remarkably bright girl for her ago with ex ceedingly bright eyes and fresh complexion and has about her an unmistakable air of selfreliance Her work is attracting much attention hereabouts The Knights and the Central Nov Knights of Labor at tho morning session adopted a resolution appointing a committee of three to Inquire exhaustively Into tho matter of tho Now York Central strike If It finds that tho company replaced knights with Incompetent men it is to draft a bill for presentation to HIP next Assembly of New York forfeiting the charter oC the railroad company At tonights secret session a resolution was considered which created much excite ment and very warm The matter was not settled before adjournment It Is understood it is tho result of some matter iilTeoting Grand Master Powddrly Nov to took the Legislature just thirty minutes to upon exDelegate Joseph M Carey as United States Senator Mis colleague will bo chosen next week Tho Houses mot iu joint session in the hall of tho lower branch at tho Capitol Presi dent W R Shnitaor of the Senate presided There was no speech making tho entire procedure being quite democratic Asthe names of the members were called arose and announced their choice Throe members were absent Of the remainder the thirtynine Republicans pronounced for Joseph M Carey and the seven Democrats for George W Baxter whom Governor War ren defeated for the Executive office last September The lobbies and galleries were filled with prominent citizens of the town and State and those applauded lor fully live minutes ol the ballot Tvas announced Judge Oajey was admitted to the bar at Philadelphia in and came to tho Ter ritory of Wyoming and has remainedhere over since Ho got on the Supremo Bench was throe terms Mayor of Cheyenne sent to Congress as a Delegate three times once without opposition He is the father of Statehood having fathered the bill at Washington and by his will energy and perseverance worked it through both houses Ho ably defended tho measure against the asaaultsof a powerful He led the Re publicans at the last campaign as he har for several and the greatest viotory ever achieved by the party in Wyoming was scored The people have implicit confidence in the integrity of Judge Uarey and believe that ho will do his whole duty by the State at Washington He is engaged in the cattle business owns lands and ditches and has ail interest In tho Oarey Brothera wall paper house at Philadelphia Voting for the Senator will com mence at noon Monday and continue a couple of days It 3s difficult to predict the outcome Brown is gaining ground News of this has called to tho capital his enemies LONDON Nov trial of the OShea divorce case was opened before a special jury I this morning Paniell corespondent was not represented by counsel OShoawasthe only prominent figure present Mrs OSheas counsel said he did not in tend to crossexamine any witnesses or call any in behalf of Mrs OShea or take any part in the proceedings This collapse of tho defense caused an immense sensation and Involves the condemnation of Parnell to pay tho coses Coward briefly opened the case for the petitioner He said as he understood the case tho respondent denied that she com mitted adultery as did also tho corespond ent The respondent further alleged that thu petitioner connived at adultery and wil fully Meparsitod himself from her Loekwood counsel for Mrs OShea stated that he did not intend to crossexamine wit nesses tor the woiikT not call any witnesses on behalf of 3Urs OShea nor take any part in the Ularke of the counsel for Captain OShea suld tliat Lockwoods announcement seri ously altered tho position Mow that neither Patnoll nor Mrs OShea would take oath it was therefore undefended that continuous acts of adultery had been committed bythe respondentand bo pincod beyond a doubt Witnesses would provu that while respondent was visiting at Bedford Square she was visited by Parnell who went under the name of Smith At another house lie vidiiicd her as Scuart On ono occasion he had to escape by a balcony to avoid OShea Respondent and Parnell acUially lived together at Eastbourne and Parnoll could face the evi dence Hc allowed judgment to go by de fault dared not go into the wit uesis box Hedid not wonder at Varnells refusal to answer tho charges of faithless ness falsehood arid botrayalof the friend ship ol the man who trusted him OShea stood for Parliament in 1S80 He introduced to Parnell who dined with him and Mrs OShea being one of the Nothing excited OSheas suspicion until 1881 when Parnell visited tho respondent atElthatn His annoyance over Parnolls approaches to h is e lod OSlaua to scud a challenge Mrs Steelevsaw Parriell who her there was no ground for jealous suspicions The petition for divorce he said was filed December last Parnoll then putin a sim ple denial Mrs OShearmado and countercharges husband alleg ing that he had committed adultery with a n limber of persons including Mrs Steele She also with cruelty and having connived at her adultery for a series of The plea almost amounted to a confession of adultery Her would be able absolutely to disprove every possible suggestion against him Ho could showthat the charge of connivance was groundless that when OShea first heard of the intimacy he challenged Parnell to a duel relations between OShua and his wife1 continued and ParneU was again invited to EltLam In after beemreleased from Kilnmmhani renewed his visits to ElMmm and almost habitually slept there Purnell used to drive from Parliament to Eltham and Mrs OShea would go down stairs to meet him Sometimes she slept away from the house when Parnoll was not there OShea wrote his wife remonstrating against tho visits and furious scenes oc curred between them On one occasionhe1 found a portmanteau belonging to Parnell at his house and carried it oil throwing it out of a railway station Continuing his speech Sir Edward Clark described all tho places and1different houses where Parnell and Mrs OSliea had met and the various stories about said OShea always wrote bis wife concern Ing these stories and always received aspe cific denial For nineteen weeks in 1886 they occupied a house together in St Johns and no one would be in the house but he and Mrs OShea They would be together for hours Ho once slept in the house when Gbhea was not there She recollected on one occasion going to Mrs OSheas bed room to speak to her She heard voices tried the door and found it locked Caroline Pothers a widow residing in Cheltenham rented a house iu the latter part of 1883 to the Captain and Mrs OShea Two or three days after the family arrived a gentleman appeared whom she idontiiicd HS Parnell Ho went by the name of Charles Stewart Ho and Mrs OShea were in the dining room for several hours on ono occa sion with the door locked They wore in other rooms with tho doors lojkod They used to drive out in the night time Parnoll slept frequently attho house when OShea was not there Ho was in the draw ing room at one time with Mrs with the door locked when Captain OShea rang the front door bell Parnell escaped from the house wont to the front door raug tho bell and asked to see Captain OShea Oo did not escape by tho stairs There was a balcony outside tho window and two rope fire escapes in the house Wit ness saw Mrs OShea once go up stairs pull down the Minds and enter Parnclls bed room Mrs OShea used to carry hot water to Parnells bedroom The Court hero adjourned the case until Monday The refusal of Mrs OShoa to makeany defense and tho failure of Par noil to appear in court to refute the charges have caused an immense sensation Tho utter collapse of the defense is tantamount to an acknowledgement of guilt and will re sult in Parncil being condemned to pay the costs of tho divorce proceedings Has Parnell Resigned NEWARK N Nov Dillon M was asked tonight if he thought It true that ParneU had resigned tho leadership of tho Irish party He said as the author of tho report was tho Dublin Express the organ of the landlords and an opponent of tho Irish parliamentary party ho considered the report absurd NEW YORK Nov London special tonight says Parnell denies that ho will rc tiro from the leadership of tho Irish party on account of the OShea trial DILLON SAYS MILLIONAIRE SLOAXfiS Yale THE RACIAL CLIMAX Numerous Charitable Bequests College a BenenciiiE3r NEW YORK Nov Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle tho will of Thomas C Slonuc who was a mom bor of the curpoL firm of W J Sloane which was filed for probate today Yalo College will bo materiaMy benefited Some charitable bequests are also made The will was executed on October I 1SS6 just prior to the departure of Mr Sloano and his wife on a European tour The executors and trustees tro William D Sloanc William P Nixon a brotherInlaw Tho testator gives to his wife Priscilla pew No Ilk1 in Dr John Halls ehureh the residence No 1 Wost Fiftyiirst street and a stable in West Fiftyfourth street also all books pictures jiud horses and earrlapes ton shares of the capital stock In the Bigelow Cirpot Company and abso lutely The sum of is to trustees in trust for tho ben efit of the wlfo dnritiR her widowhood Upon her death or remarriage of tho principal is to jo tho president and fel lows of Yalo College to his sistor Euphemia Coffin and to his sisver Elizabeth W Barnes wife of Henry P Barnes A bequest of is made also to the trustees the income to be used for the support and education of Jack Schmidt a poor boy who was in care of Joseph D Robinson at Stouinston As ho died before reaching his niojorHy under tho provisions of the will the gift will to tho Childrens Aid Society The president and fellows of Yale Collcpo also get a bequest of which is to br hold in trust for tho benefit of the Sloano Laboratory the income to be used for the purpose of maintaining thei same Other bequests wore also made A Great London Banking floase on Ik tec of Rain WALL STREET SIMPLY WENT TO PIECES IF HE IS TO SUCCEED ADAMS HE T KNOW IT Neither Does Ho Know Anything About Goulds Short Lino Along tho Line Nuw YORK Nov Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Sidney Dillon was said to bo the coming president of the Union Pacific Railway by a news paper which has accepted the report that Mr Gould has obtained virtualcontrol of that company Mr Dillon said bosh when asked respecting tho publications and added 1 have not Consulted with Mr Gould on Si is matter and I know nothing of any conference or negotiations Mr Gould may havu bought some Union Paciiio stock and if he sots out to do a thing he generally accomplishes it but so far as I am con cerned you may say positively that no arrangement has been made for mo to be come president of the Union THE PACIFIC SHORT LINE and they are fljjhllng himbitterly tloyt road Later they occupied Merrill and Foote are holding another house in Eastbourne Thus occurred their own The northern Republicans light in num ber are trying to unite on section Public sentiment man of that is warming to Warren and when tho battle is over he will scarcely bo found amongthe wreckage A Democratic Congressman In dieted OILIOAGO Nov 15 Sol Praag Dem ocratic Representateveoleot from the Sec ond District was Indicted by the Federal grand jury today and admitted to bail in S7500 The indictment was for conspiracy to obtain citizen papers for persons not en titled and subornation of perjury THE LIBERAL CHRISTIANS Tho AVrock of the LONDON Nov statement of the survivors of tho warship Serpent says slin struck tho rocks at 10 oclock at night while running nine knots an hour The weather was very thick und tho wind blow Ing hard with a tremendous swell on After sUlfclMff she thumpod on tho rocfcs half an hour and then slid off and sank The offi cers remained on the bridge to tne last The crew by order of tho captain took to the rigging The survivors were members of the lifeboat crew and had on Ufo belu This aided in saving them PelliRiIms Financial Policy BUENOS AYRTCS Nov Peill grini replying to a deputation declares that ho would never authorize tho suspen sion of redouiptiod of the public debt His aim was to develop the resources Oftho country sincl he hoped a sound economic state soon be reestablished TheIrish LONDON Dublin Bzprcxs says Parnell has infprrnod prominent men1 in Parliamentary party that he will not lead the party In PJirliamerit during the coming up poipted to move inParliament the Parnell A Duke Entertained in Kentucky LEXINGTON Nov Francisco Chronicle Tho Duke and Duchess of Marlborough arc j in the city and are being entertained by Mayor Henry tho proprietor of the Mayor McDowell married tho granddaughter of Henry Clay besides bointr a lineal descendant of tho great com moner A number of prominentpeople sat down to luncheon with the guests Missionary Appropriations BOSTON Nov Missionary Com mittee today appropriated for for Corea and for Lower California This finishes the appro priaviuus for foreign countries The entire amounts appropriated were Tho umount remaining which they were entitled to expend was No Troops Ordered Out Nov at General Millers hbackiuarters this morning elicited the statement that no troops have been ordered thofield against as reported jn u dispatch last night Coloifcl Sumner was to report dtChlcagb iu the ordinary routine of array changes P Tl Barnum f the ycstoran seriously ill 6C Prof David Swinj at the Head of a New Alliance The first session of the Liberal Christian Alliance concluded its labors today Prof Swing of Chicago was elected president The constitution sets forth that believing a better and more spiritual interpretation of Christianity is every where needed and Unit there ought to be moro fellowship more spirit and work among the Liberal Christians the associa tion is formed for the purpose of promoting those It Is to be undenominational and is to promote the undogniatici or the rlffht of private judgment in interpretation and tho right of private conscience in action and religion It shall in no way disturb cither the independent or existing denom inational relations association in vites the fellowship of alHn sympathy with its end An Important Investigation CHICAGO Nov 15 The Congressional committeo to investigate the foreign immi gration question loft hero for the westi this eveniug They go flrst to Spokane where they bwrlnan inquiry into the condition of tho element The Congressmen own that the object Of theinvestigation to collect evidence whichmay the reporting of an exclusion bill having for its object the ell mi ration from the country ol nil foreign elements which tend injure tho interests of honest labor aud of tho large y was issued for Teller Smith of the Mer chants Natipnal tihis city said to theisum of S9SOO PuovrpENCE worth book keeper bank after the respond ents promise to her hasband new course would be adopted Later agentle man calling himself Fox wont to theoifice or a house agentand TrevUJou street Brookley Hu afterward his1 name to Preston This man was Parnell Mrs OShea was frequently at tho house calling herself a sister of the occupant Next wastakan by Mrs OShea inBogentparkishe giving as reference Mr Preston of Bruukaoy and Mr two gtiiiiileuieu in one Sir Ed ward Those facts proved thatthe pair concealed their intimacy to the last and cleared OShea of the charge of connivance The respondentand Parnell used this house together from 1887 until 1880 Sir Edward would bo proved in eviderioo and surely enable the jury to return iiverdict that would liberate Captain OShea from the marriage he now looked upon as a shameful bondage Captain OSluia was then called to the witiloss stand Histestimony was cor roboraiivo in detail of what wastouched upon by Sir Edward Clark in his opening address iHe said among other things tbat while he Ayasa candidate for heard about Parnelland Mrs OShca with his wife but she said nor whh Paruellwas for if political purpose She told himthat sho know Parnell had boon secretly Whou the paragraphs appeared iu the papers aboutParaoHs visits toElthani OShea wrotetohis wife expressingahnoy thti circumstances Thoro was talk abput ta k In cri m i D proceeding agiiinst but it was thought it would only and the idea was abandoned Afterward he saw apara effect thau Parnell stay injr at Eastbourne with Mrs and wrote peared stating tihat1 h ad been at showed this to who nOn pril plaintiff his wife and he her showing her The letter referred to was readby It com miinicated matters relative to avvisit of Parnellto Mrs his had heard tiexvpice of awfulscoub drei as htiidid not him that letter V Xou these 1 th v If him it pn The Sioux City Northern May Op erate the Portion Completed Siorrx CITV Nov Dis Francisco Chronicle Series There is a rumor here that the 128 miles of the Pacific Short Lino that are now com pleted is to be sold or at least turned over to some other company to operate Nego tiations have been going on for sometime between tho Short Lino folks and the officers of tho Chicago Milwaukee St Paul and the Sioux City Northern and it now seems probable that tho Sioux City Northern will come into the control of the new road at least for the purpose of operating it until such time as it shall bo completed Presi dent Donald McLean has been in Now York presumably onthis business for some time One of the men connected with the deal said today that nothing could be told at this time as to the future of the road or whether it would be completed next season or not the present condition of the railroad stock market making it impossible to lay any plans ahead It is thought however that it is for the purpose of reducing the op erating expenses to a minimum on the short pull of road that the dealIs made as the line is actively engaged on its bridge across the Missouri and has been making improve ments all along the line NICARAGUA OPE RATIONS Tho Death Rate is Small and Work is PiosiessiHtf NKW YORK Nov TRIBUNE Dispatch Francisco Chronicle for eignlooking men bronzed by a tropical sun arrived at tho Hotel to day They proved to bo T E Stubbert chief surgeon of the Nicaragua canal Company n civil engineer J G Hoi combo attached to the same company In chatting of the work on the canal the chief surgeon said that for the past Hftecn months the death rate had been twothirds of one per cent of those coniinod In the hospital Some 2300 men are employed Then tho surgeon added with pride I called at Colon on my way here where the remnant of the Panama canal survivors about onethird of the THOU employed at Nicaragua were at work attending to the great plants of machinery and other para phernalia and found onethird of them in tho hospitals The death rate at Colon where the Panama Canal Company work was frightful Some forty burials took place daily The health oif our officers is excellent not a single one having died One white E A Baker was killed by the falling of a Enginer Holcombe said the work was pro gressing rapidly Digging on tho canal proper would begin in a few days Tho dredging of Groytown harbor was getting along so well that ships of largo draught would soon be able to go in without fear of A LEAD MINING BOOM Baring Brothers of London Break Down Under Their Load of Soatli American by Timely Loan of FiftyFive Million Centers Shaken The Great Northern OTTAWA Nov representative of the Great Northern Eailway here states that 5000 men are now employed In con structing the line from Assinaboine on the Northern Pacific to Puget sound and thence to Seattle The lino s expected to bo completed September next A U P DERAILMENT arrested Vwbuld The Engine Broke Down and Turned a Somersault EvAJsSTOir Nov to Union Pacific westbound passenger train was rderailed near this place at noon by a broken truck The train consisted of two coaches a Pullman and baggage car and was drawn by two engines When nearing Leroy trucks un der the tender of tho head engine broke and precipitated the rear engine and the entire train over tho bank Engineer William Lethbridge received a broken shoulder while Fireman Joseph Klrkman had a leg broken and received severe internal In juries The passengers save a few slight bruises and a severe shaking up escaped unhurt Engineer Lcthbridge had a most miraculous escape remained by his post applied the airbrake and went down with his engine which was turned upside Sown A B O Wreck PITTSBTJUG Nov fast westbound express on the Baltimore jumped the track six miles east of Clarksburg W collided with a wreck ing trainThe cars were wrecked and the track torn up On the wreckingtrain James Floyd and D Armstrong bosses were fatally hurt In the postal car clerks Charles George Henry and William Borden wereseriously A FUEL FAMINE THREATENED The Supply Not Sufficient in Case of v a Cold Snap OMAHA Nov to Reports have received from points along the Union Pacific road in Nebraska tp5 that the supply of soft coai or obtainable is very light and that in caseof a severe cold snap interference witiTthe traffic will ensue Telegraphic re ports received by the Bee from supply points in 1 Colorado and Wyoming substantiates these present a situation of result disastrously The to have facilities on the A Great Western Industry Stimulated by the McKfnley Act CHICAGO Nov San Francisco ChroMclc John Moore U S retired is In this city on his way to Washington from a visit to the Northwestern country The stimulus which the McKinley law has given tho mining industries of the new he said by increasing tho duty on lead ore cat hardly bo overestimated In tho region of the Coeur dAlono many of the mines which wore found unprofitable here tofore are now open and doing giving employment to many idle laborers at to per day As a result of the re opening of tho mines and of course of cho of the McKinleybill many new smelting mills will bo erected in the Northwest particularly Montana The Increased duty has made7 tho importa tion of Mexican ores for smelting purposes less profitable than the mining of tho ores from tho Northwestern mines and instead of the huge smelting mills at Kansas City and elsewhere having more than they can do the ore of the Northwest will be smelted in the region where it is raided which will necessitate the building of many new smelting THE DEFIANT SIOUX Active Military Preparation at Fort Robinson OMAHA Nov to TRIB Bee special from Fort Robinson says Mr Rogc tho Indian agent at Pine Kidge S was there yesterday He says that serious trouble is anticipated as the result of the ghost He says it is crazing the Indians who openly defy the Indian police and threaten defiance to any body of which may be sent against them The transportation there is being overhauled and prepared for a cam paign The troops arriving are held in readiness for orders to take the field Dr Tempany Ninth Cavalry veterinary sur geon has left lor Omaha to secure horses for the troops A CIGARETTE FIEND NKW YOUK Nov stock market today during two hours of the session was the liveliest had since tho great slump of December 15 liSt and for tho space of one hour or more there existed a perfect panio among tiio holders of securities especially railroad stocks and tho declines established duivng that time were greater than ever be for3 seen in tho same time The only of the excitement was tho announcement from London that tho groat linn of Baring Bros had been forced to seek assistance to tide thorn over the present financial crisis and the holders of stocks oceanic panic stricken over tho news witlsout reflecting thaf the danger had already passed when the Bank of England and the Rothschilds camo to the rescue Early advices from London wcro reas suring and tho crisis was represented as over and a continuing improvement begun Tho first prices generally fractionally higher than yesterdays figures Tho an nouncement about tho Barings was at tho market immediately however and tho good feeling disappeared instantly and from prospective buyers tho whole room 007 came sailors at the best prices obtainable A soono of excitement aud positive existed in all poruous of tho list Stocks wore thrown over in tho most reckless man ner The losses In thefirst hour exceeded anything seen since tho present decline be cline began every one trying to sell out their holdings without regard to loss or gain dealings were simply enormous and tho rapidity withwhjch quotations melted awaywas something unprecedented there being no halt in the downward move ment before tlio ond of the The force of the decline may bo gathered from the fact that in the short space of au hotsr Laokawana had dropped away Jersey Central Atchison Pullman 5K Canada Burlington Rock Island and others frdin 2 to 5 per cent Tho drop soon brought into tho market a class of buyers who are paying outright for thcirisccurltles and tho current was soon turned by this support when joined Jn buying to rcalizo tho profits accruedupon tbo tremendous drop Tho downward movement was checked the bank statement was Issued showing a material gain intho iurplus reserve and growing strength oC the banks There is no further feeling of apprehension among tho Wall street houses aud the great impression is that as soon as London becomes really quiet there will be no found here In tho last hour extended to 4 per cent and over in some of the most pronounced cases but tho upward movement was not sufficient to make up anything like the losses incurred and the extremely feverish and unsettled feeling marked the trading throughout The close wus very active and strong Tho very material losses were Dela ware Lackawanna Jersey Cen tral o Rock Island 4 Missouri Pacific Atchison 3 Burlington silver 2 THE TROUBLE IN XONDON Excessive Smoking Tjanrds Him xn an Insane Asylum KINGSTON N Y Nov Dis Francisco Chronicle great deal of taken here in pro ceedings taken for the release of Cornelius Bruyn from the Middleton Insane Asylum The matter will come up on Monday before Judge OBrien of New York who has issued a writ of habeas corpus Cornelius Bruyn was confined at the instance of his brother James VI Bruyn this city I saw Mr James Bruyn he said that his brother was not Insane but suffered from delusions The trouble resulted bosaid from atoo Baring Bros Rescued From Disaster by a Timely NEW YORK Nov Evening Sun says The facts regarding the extraordi nary monetary situation which prevailed aft London tho past ten days may be summed up authoritatively asrjfollows Owing to the extent of their operations on railroads and land in South America the Barings have been mere or less embarassed for over six months Last Thursday a week at thocon clusion of business they decided it Impossi ble for them to continue Friday morning the 7th they notified the directors of the Bank of Engiand who immediately con vened and startled the whole financial world by raising the rate proceedings most unprecedented and which called a halt in speculation at every money center in the world The present week has been one of most painful suspense in banking circles and this reflected In a minor de gree in New York Only a few of tbo more important houses having European connoo tions have been aware of the real nature of the difficulty In The article goes on to say that of the furnished the Barings the Bank of England furnished seven millions and other members of the relief party the re mainder The Barings are allowed three years to readjust their affairs All peril is now believed to be psst In an interview this afternoon Thomas Baring said It was trues that the Bank of England the Rothchllds and other large English banking houses had agreed to guarantee credit of the Barings to the extent of Banker Seligman speaking of tho condi tion of affairs in Wall street said he pre sumed if within a reasonable time the mar ket takes a favorable turn here and abroad the Barings will take up their collateral and go on as always No one can say that thia is the beginning or tbo end of the Barings for the simple reason that ao one knoTrs anything about The Evening Post says three months ago when theArgentine securities first began to cripple the resources of the houses floating Argentine an examination ol the ofthe Barings showed acce of above all lia biHtios say months shows what a tremendous London have been subjectedto It is rttported that a meeting of the banlr free use of mtoxtoants and an excessive use oCcigarettes His brother Cornelius smoked Presidents of New York Is packs of cigarettes daily and for past had been uuible co go to sleep unless he hada cigarette in his mouth seconds s Record Broken Nov a footrace this city ran 125 yards In W record A Butte Fire BTJTTE Nov to TRIH city was visited by a disastrous fire at an early hour this morning the first in seven months The Gunther block on South Main street har ness shop Lalless paper house and the Kentucky Sample was virtually swept When first discov ered the partition beCTveen the and the sample rooms was on fire and so rapidly did the flames spread that the entire Dlockwas in ruins before departaient The loss will b5 with The fire is thdutrhtlxj have bean the work of an in cendiary Terrorized by Tramps DJS PrauciscoJ Chronicle The organized baod of tramps and outlaws that terrorized tho inhabitants of ScbuyJkill valley last fall resumed operations after suspension during mer Within the pastfortnight been accused of eleven eighteen burglaries and one highway rob bery These outrages have all been perpe trated within Ifct radius of thirty of Beading v tween now aiid Monday morning to coasidet the financial determine upon a policy of conservatism if event should justify or necessitate Joint interpotU tion in that directions T THE BOSTON BANKERS Kidder Peatoody tipndon Correspondents are BOSTON Co were asked for information the reported liquidattcn of and their own business had no ol their London that day cable amounts ooe suspected that This m der Pcabody Barings had course was a exchanges on neeo be no itors of the cess of their They have   

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