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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                The most extensive and best advertising medium in the Rocky mountain region Circulation exceeding that of all tne other Dailies in the city combined VOL 7 7 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY MOKNTNTGr NOVEMBER 19 1890 PRICE FIVE OE2STTS IT The Irish Party Willing to ShonldcT s A FATAL CATASTROPHE to Death by STILL DEVOTED TO THEIR LEADER It Is Said He Will Marry Mrs Oflhea Vienna Doctors Skopticnl Con corning Kochs Tumult in the French Churn For News Nov A mooting of tho Na tional League was hold In tills oity I Miry presidedlie haid that Iur wus tho chosen louder of tbo party and tho pjirty would stand ly him while lie stood ny them He would load tho party In com bat in Parliament during tho corning session and tin Lrlsh would be inoro than over fit voted to him John liudrnotid ridiculed the IcUta of Parnuli projiidlced in poli by ilit vonilct in tho Orihoa tisc His wore hound lu liiin by unfailing loyaJtv tho career of the Nation aim h wore tho of tliO party more to stand by tho party ttud hKindti greeted with cheers Josirjih Kenny and other leaders npuko in a Khnilar slriiln Thoitwas largo iittoncliuioe of tho Irish nujinlMTs o1 Parliament all of whom agruod thai Patnoil should rutain tho leadernhip of tho party Tho meeting closed with fur him Nov A rumor Is current will from actlvu political life and niHiry Mrs UShea Ho promised to couliduciis tid v lee to Huocosaorrf in tliu luadorsliip of the Nationalist It is jin midonlaljlu fact that tho against Parnull dlHphiyccl by tho Tory pti pmft Idiiorlally to musing a reaction of public ricntiiiiinh in Ills favor Nov Notirf lias boon HIV VH in tho town council thai a motion will Hi Hindu to rtniovo 1uniolis namo from the roll of Thi rcctelved the notice of the mo tion in si tonne V I AS KPT1C AJ DOCTORS Kochs Komcdy Jt Is Not What Bo Nov 18 Professor Koch Is cha Kriiied over tho reappearance of lupus in a nuiorted cured This is fcho only o of a return of tho disease after a d euro Nov IS Doctors returned from lin doubts as to the radical cure nr lupus by Kochs treatment Lending A IIM riuii warn tho faculty against lie ellloaoy of Kochs They say that no perfectly es tanuiiuid euros art yot rnado arid think It that tho strong reuotlon of tho rem cily may prove dangorous to weak lungs Tinon doutlis attributed to this cause are alruufly ro ported r An Uproitr In tho Deputies PAIUS Nov In the Chamber of Dop today Luur questioned the Govern ment as to what it proposes to do to prevent i In urain KUl from Franco for tho bono IJL of murkots Tho Minister of Fl docluiou1 to discuss the question actused him of using his official posi to emMi himself by speculation A uproar followed Tho President called itip order Tho lattur Rreatly ex vitcil tnuloavorod to continuo his haranguo was liiuilly compelled to desist A JJosporate Church lliot VIMNNA Nov riot occurred Sunday nt Transylvania between tho 1uo t Inns ii ono of the churches Tho Saxou members opposed the newlyappointed Rou miihlan pastor Tho ministor attomptoci to the church hut was prevontocl by the The supporters of the pastor on mo lo Ills aid and tried to force heir way Into the church A desperate conflict ensued MX were killed arid sixteen wounded An Appeal ior Pood DauriN Nov board room of the SVhull Union county OorJc wasbesiecod to day by a groat crowd of small farmers and laborers who came to Imploro tho guardians for food or employment The applicants sonio of whom curried black banners num boied fully ono thousand Father Korrest of Goloen said tliirty families wore starving lit his parish and ho was obliged to tliom out of his own scanty moans Tho French Pastime Nov a well known racohorso owner recently quarrelled with Treilln a journalist which resulted in a oliallonge The light took place today Triille was slltrhtly woundcci A duel WHS also fought by LaGuorre a member of the Chamber of Deputies and a jonrnalint nn mod Lisshuio received a slight wound Charges Asftinst Stanley LONDON Nov editor of tho Lnicvrml In tho current number xrhargiis that Stanley scoured Jamesons papirs and diary and used what ho wanted of refusing to give them up until the family threatened legal proceedings Quilter also says Manny was a paid servant of Stanley Smallpox ju St Petersburg rETKUsuuua Nov Is sproaOlng throughout tho city and thu hos plliiis arfj crowded Ten por cent Of those stricken are dying They Escaped Starvation Nov Thann an Alsace woman fearing that shu and family would starve out Iho throats of her live children jviul then killed herself A Little Boy a Cow DENVEH Nov Special to this morning Eddie Fawcett a 10 yearold hoy reslclinK at Parmon on the fax Avenue electric lino was dragged to death by a cow The little fel low was endeavoring to lead the aoiinal to pasture when the accident occurred Ho bad tied the rope around his waist thinking to secure a better hold should the cow un dertake to run When sorno distance from tho house tho animal suddenly become un ruly aud without a moments warning darted away dragging tho boy after her Tho father who bad a portion of thw catastrophe ruwlied aftor the boy and finally succeeded in severing the rope aftor tho animal had run for tbreocjuartcrs ol a mile MINNIE PALMERS JOHNNIE SOLOIERS GN THE MOVE Troops from Western Posts Scnrryiag to the Front WILL STOP THE GHOST DANCE NONSENSE JTK TO VillA THE STAR WITH A CARVING iiMUJfi toyerH WHH So UatUy Cut Up Over His ftiothormLaw fciiutHegot Crazy Drunk Own Story NKW YOUR Nov Dispatch FranCiKco Oirmiide B Rogers Is nut easily surprised but ho ro ooivcd i shock today that for a few mo ments left him speechless This electrifying news was to tho etluct that his wife Minnie Palinur wno loft him and ia living with her mother Mrs Stearns charged that ho had tried to kill hor with a curving knife and that she intended a logul separation from her gingury Oh Ill not beliuvo it ex claimed Mr liogurs Why no my boy no out will give thatatory Then he added Very well 1 have iiuvcr opposed hor wishes and if she desires a separation will not do anything to prevent Miss Palmer said Mr Kogors did not want rno to see my mother aud when on Saturday last I ruturucu to our apartments hi Graruurcy Klats after visiting tho horso alunv with my mother und stupfitthor f found my husband awaitlnu1 me Ho had been drinking When drinking ho acts strungoly I went to bod and urged him to follow me but ho1 Insisted on pacing tho floor Several times he wont to an adjoining room and I fancy he drank more liquor there He was kind to was furious about my mother This I resented He down upon tho side of niy bed and I saw n carving knife In his hand My CJod I screamed you are not going to kill rno Then Miss Palmer described how she grubbed the knlfo threw it on the floor ran Koroatnlrig from tho room and yelled mur der out of tho front window Policeman Carroll eurne and disarmed Miss Piihuor lulorlardud hor tale of woe with tears pauses and appropriate gesticula tions ShuBald tlmt her husbands story WHS untrue and that she at the suggestion of her lawyers wanted the genuine fuels made public Lawyer Abraham P Hummel was one of tho most disconsolate friends Mr and Mrs PalmorKugers Im a friend of both ho saia when asked about the legal status of tho row I was never more sur prised In my life than when I was awakened at 3 oclock Sunday morning by a loud rap ping at my boll und Mr Stearns curoo in and told mo the awful scene ol hour bo Will bo a was asked I dont think answered Mr Hum mo Mr Rogers divorced himself by his not of Saturday night so I dont believe there will bo any divorce proceedings In court Tho property Weil she hus earned it all and T dont think sho will find auy trouble in keeping possession of Two Thousand Soldiers Will Be Con centrated in the Indian Country Tty ToMorrow Conflicting Reports Irom the Scene oCTrouble OHADRON Nov to Is here that the In dians at the Pino Eidgc Agency South Da kota havo got entirely beyond tho control of the agent there and have already begun depredations In tho way of stealing cattle and other property Three hundred soldiers from Fort Robinson passed through here today on their way to the scene of excite ment and it is said that thore will be 2000 troops on hand by tomorrow OMAHA Nov According to orders issued this morning companies A li 0 and D of the Second United States infantry ut Fort Omaha left for Pino 111dgo Agency this afternoon with a full complement ot mules aud wagons Theother four companies are notified to bo ready to move on short notice The troops at Kort also ordered out and left this morning for Douglass Wyo The troops at Forts Niotarara and llobinsnn which are not far from the soene of the difficulty will march tomorrow It was stated that two reliable Brnlo In dians now in the city hud statue to the army officers that there was no Messiah oraxe among the Indians just north of the Ne braska lino Private advices from Valen tine give a different origin than the Mes siah craze to the Indian uneasiness Since the Indians at Rosebud htivo been restless claiming that tho agent is not giv ing them a square deal on supplies Some families living northwest of Valentino have moved away Alex Mowceau Ogallala Indian and government scout from Fort the oity said today referring to the Indian orazo Some think It Is so and sornu dont know what to bolievo The Indians at Pine Kidgo are dancing and meeting and talk ing Sonio of them are wild but some dont know what to Telegrams from Valentino and Crawford Nebraska and Cheyenne Wyoming say troops have been ordered from the forts to proceed to tho Pine liidgo Agency to keep the Indians in check miles away on the Cannon Ball river They are a thrifty industrious peaceable people who have taken up claims built huts and houses own cattle ponies and wagons and arc in good circumstances They have no faith in aboriginal superstitions and dislike this new Messiah The people have land homes stock cattle wagons and crops and are not anxious to go to war and yet these are the ones to watch and to whom the people of Mandan have sent scouts The band which may trouble is that headed by Chief Hump and situated southwest of Standing Eock Ho is very wily and if the promised Messiah does not arrive in spring he will probably tall them the whites arc using influence to keep him back and that the best way to aid him will be to kill some of the pale faces However in any emergency the troops will be fully equal to the occasion It must be taken into ac count that some of tho agents are new men unused ways of tbe ACTIVITY AT FORT RUSSEUU THE INDIANS REVOLT OUR BIGGEST BATTUESHIP TH53 WITH LAUNCH A Vessel Able to Cope With Any in tho Christens tlio A VICTIM Ol1 HYPNOTISM The Curious Hallucination of a Young Woman Prom Scuttle NKW YUUK Dis Francisco CViromcffi A welldressed young woman called upon Or G M Hammond of West Fortyfifth street this morning and said that she de sired to consult with hiru Site gave her name us Carolina Taylor uged 6 years and id that she had arrived from Seattle a fovp days ago Sho told the doctor tlmt sho wus a victim of hypnotism und that a largo number of people wore following her and abusing her In a horrible not In person but through tho strange power bywhich they controlled her Sho said those people all livocl in Seattle and that she lied from there that they would finally take her life She said that her father hud boon under spell and wis finally killed by people who had power over him Dr Hammond at once came to the conclusion that tho unfortu natewoman was of unsound mind Justice Tuintor committed hor to the cavo of tho Charity Comrnibslonora for examination into her niunttil condition Will Stand by ParneJl NEW YpitK Nov is learned that the Irish delegates now In thla1 country are fimiy resolved to stand by Parnell for leader A cablegram will by theui to tiint effect tomorrow Yoiuc Nov Dispatch Francisco Chronicle two yours tho armored cruiser tho first of tho big ntw vessels to to the uaval force of tho country to lit it to cope wiUi the battleships of foreign nations on the high seas has boon building in the Brooklyn navy yard and today was launched with pomp and ceremonies The Maine has built in pursiDinco of plans to provide tho Unllod States navy with vessels capable of cruising to any port and suiliclently protected by armor to be in vulnerable to ordinary projectiles aud to hold their own in any contest save with the ginnt war ships which some foreign countries have sot afloat Sho is tho largest vessel in tho navy of this country and her complete cose will not bo far from NEW YOKK Nov and bunting made the navy yard very bright today All the cruisers wore in full dress and tho oldfashioned place had R holiday appearance The occasion was the launching of the great armored ottilsor Just after ten Secretary of the Navy Tracy arrived with party and was received by all tho olnoers of the yard As ho entered tho main gate a salute of nineteen guns was iicod from tho Ver At tho cruiser was released ami bo pin to movo down the greased ways As sho rushed Into tho water Miss Welmercllng a granddaughter of Secretary Tracy broke a bottie of American champagne against tho starboard bow saying I christen these A mighty cheer went up from the crowds while the tugs yachts und othor vessels saluted with bolls guns and whistles Tho launch was a perfect success The Alaine is 320 foot over all 57 feet oxtrome breadth has a moan draught of foot a displacement of OGS2 tons and a speed of 17 knots Tho are driveu by engines with 0000 horse power The arma is four 10inch gun and six Vinoh rides uid a secondary battery of four GpomHlers eight two 1 pounder rhpldiirlng four revolving can non four gatllug guns aud seven torpedo tubes Tho side armor belt will be twelve luohos in thickness Buffalo Bill and Smallpox NEW YORK Nov W of the Wild West Indian show returned yesterday on La Nor man Tho vessel is still at Quarantine Tboro arc several cases of smallpox among the 430 immigrants on the steamer General fllilee Says They Were Badly Treated by tbe Government CHICAGO Nov roueipt of dls patqhes tonight announcing the movement of troops in the Department of the Platto Pine liidgo Agonqy an associated press reporter called on General Miles He said The newspapers really ought not to publish this sort ofthing for it will be in tho Indian camps in loss than twenty four hours There is nothing in it except that troops arc being sent to the vicinity of the reservation toprevent if possible any outbreak and to cncoxirago the local ele ment among the Indians Also to protect the agencies which report tho Indians is turbulent and pust control It was hoped this excitement might pass without serious trouble and up to tills time no In dians have ielfc their reservations Tho causes of this threatened trouble are the failure oC their crops the delay of Congress in making appropriations for thoir support and the subsequent delay in getting supplies to thorn resulting in their being brought to the very verge of starvation and worked into a frenzy They are getting rations now and possibly tho difficulty may be bridged over Tho movement of troops is simply at tho same time they may have sorious The reporter asked if it would not be un usual forthe Indians to goon the warpath at the bugiLining of winter The General replied jSot ilt all Those northern In dians are lonelier than The Wagon Trains are Shipped and the Troops Go ToMorrow CHEVTJNJTO Nov to wagon and mule trains cf the seven companies of the Seventeenth In fantry under marching orders at Fort Rus sell were shipped this evening and tho troops expect to follow Thursday and bo in the field thirty days Tho destination is understood to bo a Nebraska point south of tho Pine Ridge agency In an interview General Mizner command ant at Fort Rassell and senior officer of the Seventeenth says that in his opinion the idea of the Secretary of War is to muss troops in the Indian country with a view to awing them into submission and this fail ing jump ou them with both foot Wyo mings reds are inlet BELIES PLAN OP CAMPAIGN THE NATIONAL EXCHEQUER Some Interesting Features of Treas urer Hustons Report THE REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES The OiroulatioB Increased by Thirty Two Million Naval Constructors of Wooden Model Commerce Destroyer THE GRIP STILL RAGING WYOMINGS FAVORITE SON Tbc Indians Should Not Be Restrain ed Until They Kill Somebody WASHINGTON Nov Indian Commissioner Bell bus received word from South Dakota which justifies the evident alarm of iihe settlers in the neighborhood of Pine Riclpc agonoy Bell is of opinion that the Government would not be justified in making any arrests or attempting to sup press the phost dancers so lung as the In dians commit no acts of violence This would surely make trouhlc The proper course to pursue is to let the Inoliins dance themselves It will not be IOUR ho thinks before they begin to lose faitu in the Messiah and the whole craze will ool Bell is however strongly in favor of keeping a strong military force within call Thin precaution is already taken and the Government Is not at all apprehensive of trouble THE RUMORS AT BISMARCK SETTLERS NOT PROTECTED Indians Might Swoop the Country West of the Missouri N Nov night the oity by an alarming report from Mandan that ut Standing Eock agency had left the agency and were advancing on Fort State Government was called oirfor aid and by morning tho excitement was intense A re ductUm of tho forces at Ports Lincoln and Yates had made the settlers apprehensive for there are iOOO Indians at Standing Kock alone It this afternoon how ever that tbe alarm was unnecessary Everything is quiet at Fort Yuea and no trouble i5 expected there Very few soldiers are DOW kept in the forts in this neighborhood and the settlers tiro easily alarmed 1he Indians could sweep the country the Missouri be fore assistance could be had and the de mand for enlarging the garrisons tit Fort Yates Lincoln will be renewed TCTE CRAZE STRIKES FOBS TOTTBN ST VAUfr Nov Pioneer Press spec ial from Jamestown N says The Messiah orazo has struck the Indians at Ft Totten and they are inclined to be ugly One hundred armed bucks were seen cross ing the railroad track at Mlrinewaukan en route from the Turtle mountains to join the Sioux at Standing liock They said they wore going hunting An ExConfederate Killed Advicus from Honduras state that among the killed in the rocent revolution was Colonel AUlon U ti gallant at tached to the staff of President Bogran He was u brother of the inuuaglug editor of the TimMDenwcrat of this city A MILWAUKEE special to the Evening Ifiscunsin from Ohlppewa Falls says Sovor apiioy tho treasurer of Ohippewa sliort from his accounts and has transferred all prop a THE EXCITED SETTLERS It Is Proposed to Shoot Every In diau1 on Sitfht MINNEAPOLIS Nov Tribunes Mandau special says Every house in town is full to overflowing with refugees from tho country The raost tense excitement prevails in the country Tho settlers are prepared to bellovo any thing about the Ihdlnhs In town somewhat less owing to tbe receipt of WO gun today from the State Government and the fact that acompany of soldiers will be here coiuorrow morning from Fort Tot tori Tonight there are 200 Indiansin town armed but the citizens are armed too and guards will and the people will sleep with clothesion A date willbe iixed bv a committee of and Indian agents be uotlfied that datean fouud iu this fibuuty without a pass be kiliod The population is ojccited and although the conservative men are doing their best quiet the to believe that unless the Government takes inimotllate stepsto increase the force of soidiors hero aud at Fort every In clian cbiuiug into the obunty kijled A General Uprising Not Thongrht Probable by Old Frontiersmen BISMARCK N Nov Dis Francisco Chronicle Series The air Is full of rumors ofan outbreak amoug the Sioux Indians at Standing Agency with Sitting Bull in the toad Their religious craze has them into a fighting humor and thoyare no longer under tho control of the ageuoy or military forces Ab Fort Yates there are several companies of soldiers but not enough to quell an outbreak of the 7000 wellarmed savages and others have told the agent bluntly that they have no further uso for the whites and that they firmly be licvo it is only a question of a short time when the whites will disappear from the face earth YoHlerday couriers from the agency ar rived in Mandan with information that an uprising of the Indiansliadvalready beguu and if the pleasant weather continued the uprising would be general It was also learned that the Indians have bepn buyin some time past nearly tbe whole supply at Mandan having been pur chased tho dealers not realizing until yes terday that selling to the Indians was unlawful The troops itForts anc Abinham Lincoln have been ordered to bo in readiness for marching orders at a moments notice There is much uneasiness among the settlers west of the Missouri river anc some families have moved up the Mandan and across the river Old frontiersmen de clare however that a general uprising this late in tho fail is not probable No News at Washington WASHINGTON Nov War Depart ment has received no of any change in the situation at Pine Kidge Standing Kook or other Siouxagencies As competent offi cers nt where trouble is threatened whose business Jt is to report any significant events it is taken for granted that no immediate trouble is at hand Beyond the Agents Control MrrrNBAPOriis Nov Chadron Ne braska special to the Tribune says It Is reported here that the Indians at Pine Hidge agency have gotten entirely beyond the control of the agent and already begun depredations in the wayof stealing cattle and other property Three hundred soldiers from Fort liobinsonpassed through here to day A SENSATIONAL CASE The Chicago InterOcean Sued by an Alleged Adventuress CHICAGO Nov 28 There was begun this afternoon a suit for libel which if the opening address of the counsel shall be will merge into one of the most sensational ever heard in Chicago It the fifty thousand dollar suit of Mary M Ryan against the Inter Ocean for characterizing her as niailer and an adventuress and stating that she the relentlessness of a tiger some of the wealthiest and most prom inent of of large sums of money Over sixty witnesses have been summoned the InterOcean among thenisome of the most prominent of tho supposed sufferers Others are said to hkve left the State to avoid the publicity their testimony would give A POLICE LEAGUE The Vy Chiefs of Nebraska Urged to Form an Organization OMAHA NoV to Chief of Police S Eavey of Omaha has sent a circular letter to all tbei police and marshals In the State sug gesting the formation of a permanent State organizationfpr tho better protection of life and oriin1 inals in Lincoln for thepurpose of perfectingan organization and stepa taten to sckjurei the passage by State Assombly suchlesisiatton onitheJsabject j mandingtbe pipartraeuc of re visit posts Hisaide1 refer the said tower fight Mi ii WASHINGTON Nov annual re port of United States Treasurer Huston shows that the net ordinary revenues for tho past fiscal year amounted to a sura but twice exceeded in the history of the Government The increase over the year before was of which came from the internal revenue Tho ordinary expenditures were 435 an Increase of over the year before This increase was principally duo to the increase in pensions The surplus revenues wero of which was paid out in premiums on bonds purchased The receipts of the Postofficc Department wore and the expenditures an increase of between and on both sides The aggregate amount for which tho Treasurer was accountable during the fiscal year was On this he dis bursed on warrants Deducting the amount for deposit with tho States and various other sums the amount remaining for which ho was1 accountable was The amount of gold In the treasury in creased during the year from to and the silver from 770 to exclusive of amounts on doposit There was in the Treasury belong ing to the Government on June 30 1889 and on June 30 1800 815 The amount of gold Increased about four millione while silver decreased nearly nine millions The liabilities decreased during the year from to and tho re servo thore being an excess of assets over liabilities ran down from to Tho total obligations of tho Treasury on all accounts were on June 30 18S9 and on June 30 1890 not counting certificates of deposit The depart ment paper in thosbupe of bonds and cir culating notes was reduced from 130 to Si This was eflected at a total cost of for principal and premium Nearly of four per cent bonds aud upwards of of four and onehalf per cents were purchased Important changes took places in the cir culation butof a more peaceable character titan the year before There was a gain of fifteen millions In thoetock of In crease of fortythree millions in silver and a contraction of twentysix millions volume Of resulting In a net in crease of thirtytwo millions in the aggre gate supply of money Inround numbers the circulation ou June 30 1S9J consisted of in gold and goldcertificates in silver and silver certificates A change has taken place In the movement of United States notes Them was a decline of activity in the issue ind redemption of iroid certificates The absorption of legal tender silver iu circulation in the form of certificates of deposits has been fully up to the means of tho Treasury for supplying it There was also an output of between two and three millions in fractional silver coins which encourages the hope that with good management the Treasury In the course of a few yearsmore may bo relieved of the redundant stock of those coins Cor some time OLI hand Seventythree banks wore discontinued as depositories during tho year and eight new ones designated Tlia redemption of bank notes amounted to nearly seventy millions a decrease of upward of eighteen millions compared with tueyear before ow ing chiefly to the lower prices ruling for bouds The deposits for the rutireiuent of national bank notes amounted to only eleven million Continued embarrassment has attendee the work of supplying the country with pauer currency from delays and failures in filnng tbe Treasurers requisitions for new notes He suggests that greater flexibility might be given to the currency If gold cer tificates of denominations of five andten dollars were issued He urges the necessity of an appropriation for the United Statos paper currency to Washington for redemption With a trilling additional outlay the people could be kept supplied with clean and fresh paper currency thus lessening the danger of counter feiting DTbe Treasurer claims the salaries paid to officers of tne treasury are inadequate com pensation for the duties performed being Jess than paid in wellmanaged private In stitutions and than paid in the sub treasury in New York TITK NEW NAVY In his annualreport to the Secretary of the Navy Ohief Constructor Wilson refer ring to the gradual disappearance of the old wooden fleet says thore are now eleven now steel vessels and one firstclass torpedo boat in commission nd only eighteen vessels The following vessels are recommended to be sold Os Juniata and In the opinion of tho ideal commerce destroyer has been attained in tbedesign of Cruiser No 12 She has sus tained a speed greater than the swiftest Atlantic greyhounds united with a power ful battery immense coal endurance and efficient Much space is devoted to adescription of the three great coastline battleships The armament of these vessels will consist of four 13inch rifles eight 8Incb four iiuch twenty 6pound rapid firing guns six Impound rapid firing guns fcwo Gat ling and six torpedo tubes or guns This represents a weight of armament superior to that of auy of the latest battJeships laid down by foreign powers SITiVER KEFUSED A prominent National bank in New York Citiy made an offer to the Trensn ment today to hundred thousand ounces of silver at market rates It was re fused oh the ground that the Department can consider offers only on iregular purchas ing Friday Krii ts of Labor Recp m m end a ti o n s of today the Committee on Good of reported federation of all labor organizations heappointment of attend the next supported the recommendation of general the prevention of recommen ded ithe appointment committee to jring about of bo the andtbe Tho Influenza Now Makinp a West Indian Tour NKW YORK Nov Dispatch Francisco Chrmiidt vices from the West Indies say la tfnjjpc is now touring through the Islands and is making itsoU especially felt la the Island ot Jamaica There are nt present hun dreds of cases of severe influenza in the the affuction having spread to every portion of the country Tho doctors agreo that it is genuine Russian Influenza the same grip which was epidemic in New York last spring There have been a many cases in Kingston and week many prominent business men of tiio city including the PostmasterGeneral of the island wero prostrated by the malady them having been confined to their rooms for several days A similar state of affairs is reported from other towns and districts and the disease has evidently taken full possession of tho island Gov Francis E Warren Given a United BEARS AGAIN IN MISCHIEF SUFFER AXOTHEK MARKED Two More Brokerage Firms Go Heavy Clearing House Lord llovelstoke to NEW YORK Nov in the stock business which was so marked yes terday made further progress today and the returning dullness indicated no demand Stocks were excited induced by more soiling by the bears and tho tone of the market was weaker than it bad boon since Saturday resulting In many marked losses for tho day among which Pacilic Mail is down y Union Pacific AtoMson St Paul Burlington ThOre was iv renewal of tho old bear tactics of spreading reports rctlecting upon the linancial standing of prominent firms in the struct etc Tho monetary situation was one of the most influential factors however in restricting the buying Two failures wero announced and while neither had much influence to lower prices they a further detriment from buy ing Money has been tight at 3 to 30 per cent The last loan was Frederick D Tappan chairman of the Clearing House says A considerable amount of certificates were token today by the banks not with tho Intention of using them immediately hut for the purpose of easing the money market if necessary The clearings went through all right this morn ing Tho transactions wore very large ag gregating ThomiiSBaring a member of the Crru of Kidder Peabody American agents of Baring Brothers said tins morning I wish to deny in emphatic terms tho state ments that Baring Brothers will go into liq uidation and cease to exist within a few years There is absolutely no other founda tion for the statement than the possible re tirement of Lord Revelstoke from the head of tho house To accomplish this thore may possibly be a nominal liquidation but the business of tho bank would continue as be fore in the hands of the reconstructedfirm It is not even certain that Lord Bovclstoke will retire though as he is fiO years old it is not improbable If the matter has been definitely being his brother ought to have hoard of A TEDIOUS DEADLOCK AVERTED Cleveland and Depexv Exchange Presidential rocity Speeches New Gov Gordon Elected Senator from Kansas Returns Terminal Job that bej isTen tied toth r f represen tatl yes Yesterdays Failures YORK Nov Announcement is made of the failure of P N Gallaudel stook broker The liabilities are The assignee is 0 32 Miner The failure vena owing to several banks calling in their loans The assignee said the suspension was due to the general depreciation in values of collaterals which has gone so far that when the loans were called they could not bo met although the firm have what in an ordinary time would be amply sufficient to nay the borrowed money The firm holds such good securities that if the market improves they will be able to pay their indebtedness and have a surplus Fitch of tho suspended firm said Of course wo shall continue in business shortly Our being able to do so however depends largely banks and trustcompanies If they are lenient with us we may come out all right If they press us the of our suspension is not so clearly fore W F Owens lias announced his suspen sion on the Stock Exchange He has no outstanding contracts oa the Exchange The North River Bank NEW YOftK Nov OBrien Is sued an order requiring that cause beshown forthwith why a receiver should not be ap pointed pending the suit which tbe Attor ney brought to dissolve the North River Bank A temporary injuiKJtion also secured restraining the court offic ials from interfering with affairs At the tonclusion of the arguments the Judge re served his docisiuD Relief for Philadelphia Bsnks Nov meeting of bank presidents this afternoon resolved to follow the action of the New York bunks aud to issue clearing house cer tificates to that might need thorn in caee of a money pinch This is the first time this has been done here since the Jay Cooke panic in 1873 London Houses Tottering LONDON Nov that another prominent banking firm is in diffi culty owing to their inability to discount maturing bills Tho Financial News is afraid that many weak spots have been made in the financial world by reckless un derwriting and that more than one house is tottering A Decline at Buenos Ayres PARTS Nov from Buenos Ayres states that the Bourse yesterday agitated The National Bank shares fell heavily to MoifTEvniBO Nov premium on gold at of the Bourse today was 48 A CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS Nov to seventh ballot for the selection of a colleague for Tosoph K Wyomings first United States Senator re sulted in a grand victory lor Francis E Warren the Governor who did not enter til after the third vow settled the contest i deadlock that would have lasted till the crack of doom Tho outcome has the finger marks of Warrens brilliant touch JJo does overythiug that way Warren was elected Governor last September by a big majority Up to a week ago even those In the swim scouted tho idea that Wyomings leading citizau and business mnn would quit the executive chair for a place in the Uni ted States Senate lie would not consent to the use of his name till noon today and on the lirst rollcall had nineteen votes twen tyfive being the required majority Ho gained one and and then four aud tho was loud and long John White nnd Judge M C Brown wero the only candidates who mado any sort of i finish The nine Democrats voted lirst for Samuel T Corn then for lienry A Cof fin Tho Wyoming people expect Warren to bo prominent In the arena of National politics are especially certain that he will ron der good service for the State at Washing ton His great executive ability has been demonstrated in business ana politics hero lie is years old vigorous cnorgotio and with the ways that win lie Is of tho Bun ker Hill Warren family ami was wounded in a charge during the war that resulted in his promotion from the ranks to a cap taincy General Warren has been In politics ever since ho lauded here tivcntytwo years back acting as Aldorman xip to Gov ernor His business Interests are vast and he makes money with everything Warren is a handsome man a blonde six feet tall and geniality Itself In one thing alpne he lacks but he will soon become as eloquent as any for he is a student without being pedantic and accomplishes everything ho sets out to do A good many of the faithful In Albany county fought Warren to tho end on the ground that his election would make a spilt in the camp but the leaders fear nothing of th s sort DEPJSW AND A Work Train Rwna Two Workmen Killed LOCK HAVES Nov Last a work train descending on the Ferney Moun tain gravity road broke from control and collided witha locomotive near themoun tains foot causing a bad smaohup John Davis and Henry Isinger were killed and live others wounded All are woodchop jpers Ohio 18 A building being constructed at the Solar refinery collapsed today without Two were killed and a dozen slightly injured QUEENSTOWN A dynamo pipe exploded on the steamer of New York Sunday andfilled the steerage with fames of ammonia Jlany passengers and firemen became unconscious and someof them are still sufferimr from the effects of the fumes Train Robbers Warmly Received Et PASO The eastbound Texas Pacific train Waslield up lastnlglrt named Sniiitb at Kent andgnardslwere tbe train T b e I n ten r to k ill train men I f n ecesK ary r jacoprnpl thei t p i u Vpose openelfire on They Rxclmnfie Presidential Picas antries and Advocate Reciprocity NKW YOHK Nov 18 The one hundred aud twentysecond annual banquet of the Now York Chamber of Commerce was held tonight President Smith In his address said he was profoundly convinced that re ciprocity is the key which will open wido the door of commercial intercourse und give to us a natural outlet for our surplus pro ducts Chauncey Depew spoko at length on tho recent events in the financial world In tho course of his speech he said Within tbe past few weeks wo have stood the strain of a repurchase of nil our bonds and which Europe desired to soil It was a fear ful it has superbly demonstrated tbe strength of our financial situation tbe soundness of our credit and the perma nency of v our prosperity Tha break ing of tho 3am of this Eurc tean reservoiE may pour upon us a stream of securities which will reduce values twentyfive to fifty per cent Such a contraction would at certain times suspend the business of the country and bring about bankruptcy and ruin These possibilities will bo averted as we grow rich enough to absorb our securities but to Increase our available resources we must enlarge the area of the market for our surplus product The solution of this gerous problem and our future prosperity lies largely in the direction of commercial reciprocity among the nations of all Carl Schurz made a brief address calling for such a revision of tho tariff as will de liver our manufacturing industries of tho iirfcificial burdens which Increase the cost of those things they to uselnvproductlon and give them a fair chance for an export trade ExPresident Cleveland was called on to say something Depew had mentioned that Congressman Springer had nominated Cleveland for the next Democratic Presi dential oampaicn aad said he hoped tho Republicans would nominate that of reciprocity James G Biaine Mr land was not on the programme to and arising mado a few remarks He ealcf he had heard a good deal tonight about reciprocity with the Spanishspeaking peo ple Now if it is good for them why isnt It good to have reciprocity with oiiiown people We have beard about Franco helping out England and the states financially Why cannot they do commercially Im sorry friend Depew mentioned what Mr Springer said does not seem to rue ot much Importance and of no interest to you Mr Cleveland jocularly referred to quet at Albany a few years ago when De pew had nominated him for the Presidency and he hoped the Republican party would nominate that grandest of plumed knights whose nameTises to v lipp not to Cleveland added that he had reason to believe ifc put that way owing to Depcws extreme modesty He had at the time he would when ha got n gmdichance f6r Mr Depeus and asked if evened up Springers v The Complete Kansas Returnn TOPEKA Nov Complete unofficial re turns from Kansas show the of the Republican ticket with the exception of the Attorney General by majorities from30GO to 8000 The Farmers Alliance gets generalship pluralltiy r Gordon ATLANTA veil listen i i   

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