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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                The most extensive and best advertising medium in tiie Rocky mountain region Circulation exceeding tnat of all tne other Dailies in tne city combined LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOTEHBER 20 1890 PRICE FIVE CEaSTTS WAS IT A IOLLET Mysterious Assassination of the Rus sian Agent at Paris THE IRISH LEADERS SENTENCED Dillon anl OBrien Get One Year Irelands Defense of Bank of England the Barons Out PAfUS Nov San Francisco Chrnnidn Series Hotel de Bodoon tho Boulevard dos Italians wan scono today of a mysterious occurrence which has occasioned tho greatest cxolto A Russian Gnnoral IIHHrriado Mils city hhi resi dencei otf and on for a number of yours tho acquaintance of many rnont and uromi The balloon In question containing Colonel towosUoff and Count Covanko diisoendcd at a place called Moustol in tho Ofotz 800 vfirsts from St arid this is what followed There was a general panic Tho peasants thought that the antiChrist was from tho sky and the end of tho world come Women screamed chil dren and all the Inhabitants were well nigh out of tholr wits from fear Soon from the woods camo women who had been gathering mushrooms running as fast as tbier logscould carry thera thoy cried has come down from the sky with wonderful people In The peasants thereupon all hid themselves In the vilafje us best they could with tho exception of a fow old fellows who took hatchets and cudgels and proceeded cautiously to tho forest It was long before latter who assisted to convey the ap to tho village could prevail upon tholr fellow villagers to come out of their biding places The aeronauts spent tho night In the village and In the morning marched back tho balloon being packed ou a sledge because their was not a wheeled vehicle In the placo Riotous Spanish Students MADRID November was the anniversary of the riot lu J8K4 The stu dents to enter tho university marched 10 tho oflicesof tho Minister of Jus tice mado hostile demonstrations and then marched through tho streets singing and shouting The police drew tholr swords and attiMiintccl to check tho mob but went spuedlly disarmed Tho students private racoptioii room at thu hotel with a bullet hole through his bund Tho Com miSMiry ui calluii and made Ills stating and btilUning at the tlim that thu Ouriurai was dead Kobzbue for tho Russian Embassy identified tho body A lairr examination of tho body shows tho GoiKriil to itilvo Tbe wound Is a cioyp OHM back of his right war flo has not ro fovtrnd consulousnusM since ho was found and thu doctors way thure Is no hope for bint According to one account a stranger drussed at penetrated to MaIxtMiorals apstrtmontH and it is supposed him tho btilloT hoing that It IH a uf N Hi Hist vengeatne TUK GKNKMAfi OJHft PATIIH Nov Gfuiural SfiUwrsUolV agon I in KrancK hits died from tho oiloois of a nystcrlons bullut wound in tho lusad Ono report says u otilkd upon him ycstordny at Hotol Hndf and afto ho hud departed was found by Ills valor HhoMn Imud Otliur rftatu that the Gtnoral rntoivod no visitors No weapon was found and tho f urn ro was not disarranged The police Homo suspicion to thu valet The authorities aro conducting an In fiuiry into Snlovurskotfs doath Tho police IITO tjonvinood that the valet had nothing to do with Mm shooting Tho ovldonce clearly points to assaHfllnatlon Tho assassin is bo lluvod to bo a Rustiian Iohs namtid JndeiHky a who has abscnndod Tho tho authorities inquire into tho case thb moro tho ovklonoo tinds to pnvo tho murder was by a Nihilist and was an aot of van geancc A man wambling tho rnurdoror was ar rester near tho Spanish frontier tonight Kussian has boon arrested hero Tho frlondsof tho dttad Gtuuiral do not think tho murder duo to uihillsi ALMOST ANOTHER PANIC Tho Bunk Again to tho Kosouo of the BarMRS LONPCW Nov are ptoadio but American railway securities aro again dropping Tho discount houses are secure Tho payment of tho coupons on Uruguay bonds havy betu provided for Tho Rank of England is practically in charge of Harings Probably the firm will bo resuscitated with fresh capital Tho bunk is charging a hlfjh rate of discount to prevent a rush of bills ft desires hnld urs to exercise forbearance and not throw umucossary work on tho bank All accept ances already provided for will be mot at imiUirlty After verging upon a panic tho market closed with a better tendency all around The chiof pause of the depression in the stock market was tho refusal of the Bank of England discount the hills of Waring ilrntiuirs Co before maturity Tho amount of bullion going inio the UanU of England on balance todtiy was statements regarding tho position of the Karlugs again alarmed tho guaran tors today Unou more tho Hank of Eng land am tho Uothschllds stopped In and thorn is ovnry reason to the tenders will tomorrow unuounco accommodations liberally supplied uuti oC thy best authorities In tho financial now emphatically espressos a convic tion that tho worst of the apprehension la passed HUSH VOUNJD GUILTY afterwards gradually dispersed The QuoenH Nov Sir Edward Clarke has contributed towards General Booths rogonoraMon scheme Gou oral Iotisonby secretary has written General Booth thanking him for a copy of his book and adding The Queen cannot express any opinion on tho details of your scheme but the object Is to alleviate misery and hor MajoHty cordially wishes you Endorse Professor Koch BKIIMX Nor Tomorrows number of tho Government orscnn will contain nn ar tlrio slgncd by Bermann and William Levy and Stall Surgeon Koobel In which thoy declare after experiments in many dilTerent cases that they aro pre pared to fully encourage Professor Kochs statements regarding his remedy An Meeting LONDON Nov British Govern ment was represented at a meeting ot the Argentine today The mooting soon adjourned till Monday A ThoiiHumi JDoekmen Strike LONDON Nov thousand dock la borers omployod on tho Garston clock have struck owing to tho dismissal of men who refused to load a boycotted steamer A Spy Arrested PARTS Nov foreign employee in the French engineer service was arrostod at Belfort cm the German frontier charged with being a spy He confessed that acted for a foreign government A MAMMOTH CORPORATION OBrien ami IXlloii IJnch Sentenced to a Years Imprisonment DUBLIN Nov Olonmol today a verdict uf not guilty was rruderod against in Parnells genius and devotion A Combination of the MamiCactnr ers olFarming Machinery OniCAGO Nov was organized Jn this city during tho past few days one of Lho largeat corporations In its line in the world Tho ehavtor was filed in Springfield today and the now corporationwill bo kuowu as the Amoricau Harvester Com for tho manufacture of harvesting machinery with a capital stock of OUO Among tho directors will bo Cyrus M MoOormicli vVllllam buuring Waiter A Lewis Miller A L Oougor and A S Bushueil Jolouel Conger when questioned by an Associated Press reporter this evening said ihe urosont demoralized condition of the harvesting business necessitated tho forma tion of a new company Many failures liavo occurred during tho past few years entailing Immense cost of ma terials has lxeu advancing so thai It has become necessary wither to raise tho prici of machinery to tho farmers or through economy produce and distribute thorn more cheaply constructed It is tho of this now organisation to do this It Is loss to the Interest of the binder manufacturer than of the farmers thomsolvas that tho latter should obtain binder twine at reason able pdoiis and a hope oJ oUectlng this ob ject is an important reason for the forma tion of this company Wo do not expect to oiiock competition but shall possibly carry out tho manufacture of machines at several dillorent THE IRISH ENVOYS They Will Servo Their Sentences and Stand by 1arnell NKW YORK Nov P Irish envoy said this morning that Dillon left tor last evening for pose of meeting OBrion Dillon lias the draft of a manifesto to be Issued by Pur uells unvoy lu this country expressing William John Dillon 1atrlok OUrieu members of Parliament John Cul liiuiuiA Thomas Walsh Patrick Mookler and lUltou for conspiracy to induce tenants on tlio SmithBarry estates not to pay rent William OUrltMi and Dillon woro each sun teiictd to two levins of Imprisonment of six months each Patrick and Cullhi iiiio wove each sentenced to six mouths liu prisoiuuont and Walsh Mooklor and Bolton to four months each all without labor Kiithor Condon Member of Parliament Daniel Kelly David Sheohy Members of Parliauiout wore fouud not guilty OBKIEM LONDON Nov OBrien M who was among tho convicted at Ulonmel today has sent a tolugram to Parneil re seat so thathis district may be represented during the coming session He Is stntoncod to six tuonths Imprisonment DOWNFALL United Ireland Bays Other Great Men Have AUso Yielded Nov Ireland says do noi desire to condone Parnells grievous sin but from the country he has served so long and faithfully with such ioar devotion ho may at least look for gen erous forbearance in the hour of his trial He yielded io u temptation uj wuioh tunny grout and wise men have succumbed slnco and before the day of King David Ho has atoned by what to a man of his proud must have ueeti humil iating but to the coercionisl clamor for his dismissal from tho Irish leadership Irelands answor is sharp and decisive No Irishmen have permission to judgt his privuU liio oeavo that to his The Limerick and Ennls Hoards dians have adopted a vote of confidence in Pnruell At a private meeting of Irish mem bers of Parliament today it was unani mously resolved to remain loyal to Varitull IN BENIGHTED RUSSIA cause and urging him 1o retain tho leadership After a consultation with OBrleu as to tho wording of the manifesto the document will bo issued T P Gill M Pthis afternoon said the Irish envoys In this country would not Issue a manifesto but reiterated the statement that they would support Parneil under nil circumstances OBrien and Dillon GUI thought would not appeal from tholr sen tences unless it might bo to gain delay They will servo their sentences as soou us they return to Ireland BuiTALO Nov and OBrien say that no manifesto will be Jssued hore When shown the telegram announcing that thoy had bouu sentenced to twelve months Imprisonment at Clonmel they said they would return to England when they get through hero regardless of the conse quences They will probably not be through bore until January or February They reiterated tholr Intent to stand by Paruell Tho Appearance of u Balloon Terror the ST PETERSBURG Nov Dis Francisco Cfironide An account which recently appeared In tho Kminc FFsma of a balloon royago from St Petersburg to a pointnotfar beyond Ladoga conveys a striking picture of tho condition ot the Russian peasantry e veil within a few hundred aiilei of the AVill Sue the Government KANSAS CITY Nov 19 The Chero kee Strip Live Stock Association has deter mined to commence proceedings against the United States Government for tho latter s action in forcing the cattlemen to vacate too Cherokee Strip before tbo expiration of their lease with the Cherokee Indians The company brings suit against a tenant who tlooUuad to pay rout because the companys loasy Is uot valid This is expected to de termine the validity of the companys lease Then tho company will sue tho United States Government for losses sustained in the pre mature marketing of tholr A Bntte UUTTE NOT Special to TRIB Will a local mer chant committed suicide at an early hour this morning by taking opium enough to have killed dozen ruen Ho bad boeu recently separated from his wlfo and thn separation bad preyed upon his mind bringing on fits of despondency during Which be drank heavily Bis fear ful autof this mornlug cauie at of of those wife Is nearly insano over his death holding iiorfcolf responsiblefor Will Hold Their Own Bonds CITY OF Noy Asyndicate of loading capitalists was formed today buy up the Mexican bonds in European and orders to thBtvQffoot The Minister of fiiy satU tho deollno in in Europe was without f nient lias placed monoy in Finuiioial cl roles tigitAtod because of the fall of silvtir HIS NECK WAS BROKEN A Citizen of Halley Killed While Jumping From a Train Nov to was the scene of a sad accldeut night at 9 oclockt resulting in the death of William Plughoff sonior mem ber of the firm of the Alturas Saddlery Com pany Hailey Ho accompanied his dauch ter to Shoshone on her way to California and after assisting her 011 board the fast mail failedto get off until the train was nndergood About 10 oclock a man found him lying near the west switch and when taken to the depot It was found that he was dead with his skull crushed and neck broken caused by striking his head on a tie Tho sad news was telegraphed to the daughter at Nam pa and she returned and accompanied tho remains to Halley to day Deceased was 60 years old and father of Commissioner Plughoff of Altoras county and a prominent Mason HUNTINGTON OVERTHROWN THE GOUJVDS KEGAIiV POSSESSION OF THE PACIFIC MAJX Ooulrt Is Made President and His FatJier m Important Predicted NEW YORK Nov Wall street circu lar says Wo can state on authority that Colonel 0 TJ Payne and VicePresi dent Luutorbach liavo resigned from tho PaciHo Mail directory aud that Goorgo Gould will bo president ouoo more and J B Houston vicepresident liussell Sage and Jay Gould will goitito the board of At a meeting of the directors of the Pa cific Mail this afternoon George J Gould was oloctcd president J 15 Houston vice nrosidtmt and Gould George i Gould and liussoll Sago ulocttid directors I This is a deuldod victory for the Goulds iHHl dofeut for C P Huntington Last Lluntington oiuisufl Gcoigc Goulds de feat forroeloction to tho presidency becauso Gould proponed to put un steamers botweon Tacorna and Japan and China This would Ue to tho advantage of tlio Northern Pacific and the disadvantage of lluntingtoas Southuru Pacitic beiice iduntiugtous oppo sition George Gould said to a ropbrter My election was duo to my having deriidod to tako back the in the company with which I parted lust JiLiy I was actuated iu part by reports sent abroad that I had been unfriendly to tho company and pursued a policy unfriendly to Us prosperity I iinci tho ullalrs of the company in excellent cou ditluti There is harmony among all tho mumbors of tho board of JayGoulcl The new board will adopt a policy of working lu harmony with the overland roads In order that rates may bu maintained and all concerned get their sharu of the Thu board of directors 5s Jay Gould George Gould Eussell Sage Samuel Thomas C Henry Hart J BJ Hous ton and Isaac B Colp It is said this ureniiig that when tlie pres ent flnaniilainurry is over marked changes will bo found in the relations andownershJp1 of moro important under stood definitely that Jay quireda largo interestiotho Atchispu and that Georgu will be one of the directors It is almost Gould has acquired large holdings of Union Pacific aud it Is admitted that he is tho gainor of a largo poriiidu of IliohuioudToLminal stock A DAKING NAVIGATOR THE WORLDS FAIR The Commissioners and Directors Still Violently at Loggeriieads ALIGN ACCOUNT OF THE LAKE FROST Director Baker Calls Commissioner De Yoang An Irish Editor ixiid Tbnt Widens the Lady Managers Foreign Com mittee OlTencled Captain Norton Will Cross the Ocean in Another Tiny Cvalt Nww YORK Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Captain Francis L Noitou inventor of tho com pressed air and water ballast system in life boats who recently crossed tho ocean from Now York to Paris in the little yawl Is about to attempt another daniteibus but interesting Ceat in tho F L The however Is a now departure She is not like the Never oxoopt as regards ballast systom Over all she naoasuros 5S fout her beam is 12 ieotaud sho has u drauglu oJ 0 feet 4 iuclies when loadeclwltu eight tons of coal hor full capacity She steam eight miles per hour with a thirtyhorse power engine but hor cbmmandor expects to run UL teiiat l50 Milos a day burning buthalf a Lou of coal She carries au euormuus amount of sail for such a suuill vessel ospeclally a steamer and her spLocl will be greatly increased whon favorable wind pre vails Captain Norton expectsto arrive hi Tun Ion inabout nine days A short stop will bo made at liayal for water and provis ions Thoorew of Une vessel consists of the ohlof enKluecr WilliatU CrawtorU yn ijueti1 Arthur sailing mayter Carlson steward Georgu Marshall soatuuu John Niolson and and a cubin buy named Roblnsou Mrs Norton and Captain Nortons nioco Miss Aunlo Ittckaby will accompany Rickaby is a food sailor und expresses no foar in crossing tho ocean iu so small Mr Norton accompanied her husband on Uie A VERY WEDDING John Russell YounR Marries a Phil adelphia Girl NKW YORK Nov TnuJusTK Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Series Kus sell Young who is pno of the best known newspaper men in Atuerica was married to day to Mrs Mary D Davis of Philadelphia The ceremony which was performed by Rov Charles Eaton of of Divine Paternity took place in the Astor House whore Mr You ng has lived for several years past Nothing could have been quieter than this wedding the principal reasoD being the Illhealth of the bridegroom For a week past ho has been confined to his room suf fering It is said from fever Rather than postpone tho wedding Mr Young rose from his sick bed He was enough to leave his room Only a few very intimate friends of the contracting parties were present Bankrupts YORK Nov The assipnee of Gallaudet t Co said today th at an imate statement Showed assets amountinj to over ties about NEW YORK Nov Judge OBrien ap pointed Francis Biggins receiver of the North NJCW Nov Precker dealer In teas lind ooffees has failed A Strike ModocV Chief Ida i Nor to of a rich strike of two feet of high grade ore in the Modoc Chief jtitne Eecentlyithe er ty w corpprited IrKpthe n aine of the llodcic Chief Mining lwiUiliottd quarters at owaers aro J Broadfprd Keuiington and iltls k fact olfer dollars per sharo 1 an j d led ot the of late CHICAGO Nov Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Series Na tional Worlds Fair Commission assembled again yesterday and had an interesting session All the old members were there Prominent in the front wore Governor Waller of Gonnootiout and Commissioner AVillcins of Oregon Tho massive Commissioner Mark L McDonald of California was ranged alongside of Mr M H DeYoung great classifier sat near by Tbe first business wns the report of the Committee onClassification whmh was ro ceivpd but no action taken While a report from Secretary Dickinson was the Commissioners had an opportunity to thinkabout what they are here for and the uioro thoughtful discovered that tbero will be three most important tilings for tlioir consideration Those are first tbe sectle mcnc of site qiiostiou secoud tho estab lishment of bureaus to take the place of stiaudJng committees third the amalgama tion of tho powers possessed by the directors and tho Commission into one head that head being DirectorGeneral Davis TJiesu a7e the three main questions anc nothing more important for detcrminatioi has come buforo tho Commission It is gen erally believed that this is to bo the grea windup clash betwoou the two bodies Unless a great iijaiiy of sweet oi are poured on tiio troubled there will bo a groat diversity of opinion ou al those qiiistloits Thfero may be a terrific blast but it is to bo tLe last one and unti everything is hairnonixcd the Commission holds the trump hand hi the issue of the Presidents proclamation Without the proclamation there can be no fair and with out a settlement of existing dUVerouces tho say there will be no procla mation Commissioner Morcer of Wyoming has been preparing n lake front blast during the reading of Mr Dickinsons Ho was working most industriously but just before lie bad a chance to throwhis bomb Commissioner McKeuzie offered tbo follow Resolved That all resolutions relative to tho situ be referred to aud Buildings without dobato Tnore was a bomb In Mr Morcocs own camp nnd ho immediately dropped work on bis resolution and got the floor with a pro test De Young who was theresolution was oiYerud and jmmedlatiily moved to lay the resolutionfon the table Waller of Connecticutseconded tho mo tion was a very irritating thing this word and tho got rid of it so whon Mr McKenxie moved an amendiueut that plans public be substituted in place of tho word site In bis original resolution Mr Do Young withdrew hismotion to table and tho resolution passed Mr Morcer then introduced a resolution to buildiug be pui on the lake front Presi dent ordered it referred to the BuilcllVigs Committee Then the California Commissioner Do Youug created the sensatiou of tbe day by the Introductionof the following scorching preamble and resolution Theproposition Tor a double site is repugnant to theexperienced busl uess sense of the caureworld and WHEHBAS TinsCommission has been imposed upon by iniprepresenuitions on the Chicngo diructory that ssiidrcprcsontations were that tney only desired Op art build ing nnd n gateway to tlie rnuiu uxpbsJUon on the lake front and having showu tlielr iiileiitiou at a recent mootingby the passage of u Using nine rliirorent features und eight buildings on the said hvko front they huvo also attempted to let the con tract for said buildings before this Hgain while they have temporarily rescinded thati action re quest of their president Now the National Com mission fceJing thut tliey have been andmay be imppsed on do hereby That the action of this Commission in accepting tho various sitns oirered them was contrary to the spirit of the law directing them to site that such action is heieby re scinded Unittin board tbc Worlds Coltimbian Expositionbo requested to Commission with a siie the exposition can be held This was followed by a small Mr De Youug didnt want this resolution shelved as Mr Mercers had been The president ruled that it went to the same committee De Young the presideuls rulinf absurd inasmuch as his resolution referred to tho site and not to buildings He would not submit and appealed from the Decision oj the Then the came to the frontthe president changed his mind the appeal was withdrawn and the resolution ordered printed for consideration today The ac tion showed the pentup condition of some of the Commissioners with referenceto tho site and nothioe but McKeuzies exceed ingly wise and politic resolution prevented a tempestuous outbreak It is possible that conservatism may prevail and sniother the slightsquibble TLast evenings Post that Commis sioner Do Young of California is very angry at the remarks which Local Director Baker made concerning him before the Congrfis sional committee yesterday re ferring to the classification cpmznittee re marked that the work of profes sors by tliat of an frbm the Pacific and of Mrl about the National Commission in de livered in a very sarcastic He showed how poorly he was posted on his topic by overlooking the fact that Mr De Youngs classiflcation all the experts brought before the conmiit1 tee Professor who prepared the first the tho membefsof thecomnilttee unanimously stood by Californlans work Mr Ba ker also showed his Intimate knowledge 6f Mr De You ng by ref errJng to h i m as n Jh y Bakera speech was the most Intemperate I have heard1 uttered In the whole sald ConiTuissIoner York mlaslonersspoke In a similar vein Bakers In some Is The Califprnia Gpriiriils sloner one of the ablestnien in the national hody and one ofit leaders Th ere wasa lively wrangle in the iWorlds Fair Cburnilssipn today over ihe passage iVofl a resolutloniby the i Executive caUlng the to pay Affairs Coprirultv tee of h au hcey is c h airrj local papers thats the Executive Commltte had pjisscd a resolution to th Foreign Aifaire v ommittes fruni a London etc He said thu roso lution was very distasteful and rollecte seriously on tho Foreign Affairs Committee which had not spent a dollar of tho mouo assigned to it Governor Waller of Connecticut a mem her of theforeign Affairs Committee als objected strenuously to tbo reflection cas upon tho committee by tho resolution H paid the Executive Committee was als wrong and that U has nothinc to do wit the standing committees except in a super visory way lie introduced a resoluti setting forth that it is the sense of the Com mission that the committee has taken n action justifying the resolution of th Executive Committee Commissioner Do Young wanted to intro duce a resolution calling for the expurga tion of the entire Executive Committe resolution but Waller said he only wantc a justiiication Commissioner Allen of Now York the moved a resolution requesting the Exccu tlve Committtt to either expunge tho un fortunate resolution from its proceedings o officially disavow uny intent of disrespect t the Foreign Affairs Committee After lengthy talk both resolutions went over and Rritton members of th Executive Committee made addresses re gretting that their resolution had been s worded as to give a false impression of the intentions in tho matter No disrespect o aspersion was intended The report of the Foreign Affairs Com mittee was then read and laid over Tho Committee on Buildings and Ground a report reviewing the site entangle mentand recommending that the main por tiou of the fair be located on lackson Park the act gallery music hall and electrica display on tho lake front and that tho mid way and Washington Park beusec for the overflow This report weut ovo without action The Classification CommiUoo then re ported the result of its labors they bavin agreed upon the De Young classification After some discussion tho report adopted lixing the Do Young as the official one for tho Exposition TUB TjADV MANAGERS MEKT The board of lady managers of tho Worlds Columbian Exposition methere to day They were called to order and wel comed to participation in the work In Prcsiderit Palmer of tho National Com mission In the course of his remarks he cailod attcntson to the fact this was time in the history of a nation ii which women have boon fully recognize by the Government tn tho administration o a great public trust Mrs Folton of Georgia was elected tempo rary president A number of committees were appointed and tho ladies adjourned Among tho names prominently mentioned lu connection with the presidency of the board arc Mrs Potter Palmer Mrs General Logan and Miss Phoebe Couxins of St Louis WILL EXCAVATE DELlHI American ArchaeoJogical Institute Secures Valuable Concessions NKW YORK Nov Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Archoaological Institute of America is in a condition of elation today over tho assur ance that It is tohavethe right and author ity to excavate and explore the ruins of ancient Delphi A guarantee fund of francs was completed last Saturday and President Seth Low of Columbia College who is president also of the Archaeological cabled the good newsto Dr Charles Waldsteln at Cambridge EugUiud Dr Waldstein as director of the American school of classical studies at Athens lias conducted the negotiations with the Grecian Government by most archcologlsts as tlie most intwrostiiig valuable and prom ising of uuexplored aud entombed centers of Grecian art aud learning Be ciiuse of the importance oi Delphi tbo con cession to the institute to uncover Its hidden treasure has not beeu acquired without some friendly display of international ri valry v The Arcbceological Institute has about S5000 a year which if can devote to excava tion and exploration and it really does nor want to go ahead with the work at any greater speed than this sum will pay for but In the course of time when the results the work shall be ready for publication the American people will be called upon to make another cob trio uti on and a large ono to pay tho cost of publication The couces Sipn doesnot carry withit the to re move any of the dijcoved works of art from the country except but it gives exclusive right of copy and illustration for a loug time and some other exclusive privileges Processor Sturges said ho thought the council ofthe institute would soon be called together to legislate further on the mattor THE TEMPERANCE WORKERS The Ladies AVill Pray for Senator Blairs Resolution ATLANTA Nov C T U dele gates passed tho day at Indian Springs where proposed to establish an inebriate asylum under the auspices of the National Among the resolutions passed last night was one settiuir that the National C T U has never organlxed or purposed a now church Another heartily endorses Senator Blair of New Hampshire for his championship of prohibition equal suffrage and the Educa tional bill and stating in the interests of these and other measures We will pray reelection to tho Copies of thisresolution will bo sent to tho New Hampshire Legislature PIITSBURG Nov the afternoon session of the nonpartisan Womans Christ ianTemperance Uuion president of the Iowa response to tlie address of welcome delivered an ad dress she said We should Work shoulder to shoulder avowedly laying aside all prejudice that we may some day secure total abstinence for jthe individual and pro hibition for the United At the close of Mrs Baileys address the usual committees were appointed and some department reportsread FINANCIER A Clerk irt Wall Street and Is Now a Fugitive JIEW YORK Nov H Ejiston for flve years past a rusted of thevwealthy tobacco Jobn H T Mayo of 68 Board street forger and a fugitive from justice Eastou a fair income but the allurements Wall too greatatomytation for him and iei fled from the city and became a wanderer Jeftyic Ims in New bwed money ftgeregate amount of won GeorgiaT Time 0 5 sixteen tns Jrl d got P ey th I rd Ti mej i gpcohd S CAKED DKPOS1TOIIS Money Paid Out as Fnat as Clerks Could Count It Yonu Nov In some unaccount able way a rumor was started that the Citizens SaVings Bank was In trouble Tho depositors nre Inrsoly the poortir class of Hebrews and Gortnans on the oast side of the city doors of the institution were besieged by crowds of ox cited people They became so riotous a squad of police had to be called Presi dent Quintard this evening said about bsul been paid out aud was all ritfht He showed by the books that the bank had a surplus of ANOTUKR SOLID HANK NEWAHK N Nov There was a run on tho Howard Savings Institution today Money was paid out is fast as the clerks could count it President Frolinghuyscn suys tho bank can pay every depositor iu full aud have a million dollurs loft UNION PACIFIC ACCIDENTS A YAUDMAN CUT TO OGBEX PIECES AT A BraIceman in a Cattle Gnurd aud Salt Jlan A Train OGDEN Utah Nov to TRIB xE very serloas and probably fatal ritlroad accident occurred on tbe Union Pacific yesterday About 5 oclock last evening with Eunincer Barney McCabeln churffe down R yard truck man named A Muonusolo and nearly cut his left les off near the thiRh and left arm near tho shoulder He was taking the middle rails from between tlie other which hud been used by the Utah North ern when it was a narrow flavins his back to the engine which bucking up and the engineer giving no signal the platform was nearly over him before he saw it Ho sprang for life but was knocked down and the wheels caught him Bo will doubtless not live He leaves a wife and four children In Norway aud was working heroically to bring them to this country This same engine killed a little girl Yesterday morning a brakeman named John VI Marion on au incoming freight was climbing down the side of a our at a point near Kidders switch about 00 miles east of Ogdeu The train just then passed a cut and he was caught in tho little space between of the guard uud the car and ground terribly and only foil to the ground when tho end of the car was readied His head was wounded the fin gers of one hand broken and he was nearly stripped of clothing and injured internally He became unconscious in about two hours and will probably die Both men aro In tho Union Pacific hospital hero Freight 22 from Salt Lake City to Og den also hurt a ruaii yesterday W A Ralstendwas standing on top of a box car and losthis balance and foil headlong to the ground and when the train stopped and backed up he was found following up on the track His head was bruised an arm broken and his mind uot exactlyIn balanco He was put on a passenger train aim sent back to his home in Salt Lake City THE BONE TK AN 8 PLANTATION The Boy Feels Well bat the Dog Is Under tbe Weather NEW Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Series boy and dog whom skilled surgeons have made part and parcel of each other ac piding to tlie story which was seut yester day were doing nicely last tho harity Hospital It will be atleast a week before it is known whether the remarkable operation of transplanting a bono from a iving dog to a boy has been successful Unlike his meekeyed spaniel does not take kindly either to its plaster cast or Its food Tbe youth ate a airly hearty breakfast and told Warden Robert Newman the house surgeon that jo felt first rate The dog wagged its tail he only portion its body that it can nove except its head but it was not feeling well aud turned away sadly when a piece of nicelycooked juicy tenderloin steak was placed before Jt This was discouraging is upon the dog living until the bone union las commenced depends tho success of the operation Later on milk tempted the dog from its fast The dogs condition Improved during tho afternoon and Dr Newman tonight that both patients are doing very Adams Is Still President YORK Nov Dispatch Francisco Chrmticlc dis Htcb from Boston states that ias not acquiredcontrol of the Union Pacific aud that Charles Francis Adams will eceive the royal support of his present Board of Directors Sidney Dillon declared that the presidency of the Union Pacific tad not been offered to him that he j would not take the position un lesshe could have a vicepresident who would look after the details of tho management Resnlt of mi Elopement ELMIRA N Nov bodies of L Pieroond Lou Woodward wore found n the th Is afternoon Pierce proba bly shot the girl and then himself lie was 15 years old and married The girl was 17 sinrrle A couple of monthsago they eloped and Pierce was arrested tried and acquitted on acharge of abduction They disappeared again and nothing was heard of themuntil their bodies wore found A TliieTing Landlord Nov Francisco Chronicle L here last1 night by he arrest of Patrick Monaghan exchief of be Allentown Fire Department and pro prietor of the Sixth Ward Hotel who is iharged with robbing bte own wife in order Lo fleece one of his guests our of nearly one thousand dollars Two Sputheners to story Is in general John fopJdnsUniversity are preparing to fight i duel Satiurday morning lhe challongftr a Southerner of good The ballengec belongs Baltimores best jnbwn families Tho quarrel grows put of L slighting irenjark concernina thG Balti moreans sistorJ HEADED FOR THE BI6 HORN The Rebellions Sionx and Clieycnnes Choose Their Own Rattle Ground A SCOUTS SENSATIONAL REPORT Troops Will Arrive at the Agencies Said to Be Com mitting of the Alleged Plan Nov to telegram from Buffalo in Northwestern Wyoming says that Frank Gruard the Government scout has reported that the Sioux and Clioyenncs of Dakota aro en rente from the reservations to tho Big Horn mountains in this State Tho journey ts about COO milos and can bo inado in three or four days Tho settlors aro alarmed as the renegades can scjivcely refrain from killing and burning Governor Warron has nskcd General Brooke Commander of tho IDcpartmont to recall the cavalry marching from FortMcKinney near Buffalo toward the railntad Gruard is an experienced and rellablo Sioux his roport cannot be questioned lie says the Indians do not care to make a fight in Dakota but will entertain tho diers in thn Big Horn mountains if the latter care to follow Tho Indians will have no picnic In the Big Horn country where tho runpco has been bare for a year and yhero cho snows reach a depth of tcu and fifteen feet Tho seven companies of tho Seven teenth undor marching orders at Fort Bus soil near this city expect to leave afc any moment PROTECT AGENCIES General MiJes Thinks the AVill Quiet the Turbulent Braves CHICAGO Nov Miles was seen by an Associated Press reporter thia evening and asked for tho latest informa tion from the Indian troubles Tho turbulent spirit among the Indians Is mani fested at the Rosebud Pino Ridgo and1 Cheyenne said lie Thoro la a more threatening stateof affairs at the Pino Rilfro agency than anywhere and my latest reports are thattroops have gone to Pino Riclgo from Rosebud General linger with two troops of cavalry and five companies of infantry will roach Pino llidge tomorrow morning same time LieutenantColonel Smith will roach Ivosebud with three companies of cavalry and three of infantry In my opinion theso forces will be sufficient to tho and public property at If tho Indians do not commit any overctact before arrival of the troops or upon thoir arrival I think tho appearance of a body oi soldiers will have a quieting oif I have Information that night before last American Horse had a narrow cscaiio from assassination at Pino He Is a proujJncMit Sioux Chief and a friend to tho United States Government tls has always been inclined to poaca and loyalty and T can atUibutu the attempted assassinatioo to nothing but the hostile and disaffected spirit of tbo turbulcnts He has been strea uously opposing their Rcferrius to tbo dispatch saying it was rumored that an taken place at Rosebud Agency tho general said ho considered the story premature Both Gen orals Rugcr and Brooke are tho utmost discretion and care to prevent hos tilities protect the settlements and raaih tain Government controlover thoIndians The danger is not he however much the result might be Tho Genera added that tho disaffected Indians are scsittorod over several hundred miles of territory und aggregate in round 6000 warriors The troops scattered ovor this territory number about 6000 and not more tmn 1500 of ihis numberaro effective mounted troops NOTES FROM HEADQUABTERS Actress Nov Julia Mario he has with typhoid ever is notiexpected to An abcess as toiujed iu er throat A consultation f called fbr Her 1 i f o d on the s u ccess of a surgical v tp us suit era Com in IsRloriers ompel county C The Plan of Campaign a Simultane ous Post OMAHA Nov to Colonel Sheridan said this There have been no depredations whjit ever by the Indians it is helieved there n will be none The measures that haveVbeen r taken are precautionary ones because of tbe religious He added that none of the troops would reach the tions before tohiorrow and impression that there was no immediate y Talks with army officers doveloped the belief that the greatest danger tov be was that the sottlers would stamped o they hoard the soldiers were before the troops could reach that they would think thero was flfhtibJC The report that the garrison from McKinney was ordered a No moro than one company atthe will be sent out Besides their iroops will take two Hotckiss gat ling guns from Forts Robinson and brara Confound a post army officor they arc of any in them I dont they ported as having warned the wttlew to leave the The plan of General and Brooke is evidently to hold troopi u n til tomorrQw w h oh they simultaneous advance uponi Ad v Ices from Valentino truopts from will not1r bud until tomorrow aTii sanjetime the Koblnson will reach Sioux in Tbftt Have Never to a Inch niich1 of j   

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