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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                I j Circulation exceeding that j oi all the other Dailies in the j city combined i p I Tte most and I beet advertising xriodiixm hxj the J VOX 217 LAKE CITY UTAH SATUKDAY MOKNIDTO NOVEMBER 22 1890 PRICE FIVE CECOTS MSLES3 VIGOROUS POLiOY The General Says Be Will Tolerate So Sonseiise REINFORCEMENTS ARE TO BE SENT The Indian Situation DLsonsBOrl at a Cabinet Meeting Short Balls Speech The Excitement the Continues but No Ontbreak Is CnrCAOO Nor ta interview this afternoon General Miles said he had no further word from General Brooke but ho thought tho latter had beyond all doubt given the Indians to understand that ho Is there for the purpose of protecting lives and property and God help the first Indian who makes R in not my said General Miles to tolerate any nonsense I will tell you further that so far as reeardu tho present umplo supply of ammunition and Winchester rifles with which the Indians are armod that somebody that northwest country Is making a business of furnishing these and It will not be many days before I shall know just how this business la accom AsslHtantAdjutantGeneralCorblnbald tho removal of the Cheyonnos from Pine Itldgo agency In accordance with the recommen dations of tho commission has been ordered The carrying out of this order now he thinks will remove the disturbing element from Pine Kidgo and direct the attention of the other Indians This evening General Miles was In receipt of a telegram from Kosfibud from one of his ollloors in advance of the formal report The ollloor gives a sermon delivered by Short Bull the socalled prophet of the at Rosebud agency to the Indians In this sermon Bull said the things he predicted would have to corno to parts In due season but since the whites aro beginning to Interfere tho tlmy will be shorter Tho Indians rnunt not be afraid of anything ho there will bo a tree sprout up and all the members of our tribes must gather there but before this time wo must dance tho balance of this moon at the of which time the earth will shiver very hard Whenever this occurs I will start tho wind to blow Wo will thon see our fathers mothers arid everybody We the Indians are tho ones who aro living a sacred life Our Father In heaven has placed a mark at each point of tho four winds A clay pipe lins at the Hotting of the sun representing tliw Sioux a holy arrow at tho north repre sents the Cheyonnos at tho rising of fcho sun there lies a half moon representing tho Arapuhoo tribe at tho south there Is a plpo and feather representing tho Grow tribe The Father has shown mo thoso things thorfifore we must continue todaneo Thorn will be soidiers surround yon but pay uo attention to them Continue the danoo If thu soldiers surround you on four skies t hreu of you upon whoru I have set the Holy Spirit will sing the song I have taught you and somf3 of thofloldlors will drop dead Then the rest will start to run but their hopes will wink into tho earth The riders will jump from tholr horses but they will sink into the earth and you oan do what you I re with them you must know this that all tho soldiers and their raee will bo dead Thore will be only 5000 of thorn left living on the earth My friends ray relations this is straight and true We must gather at Pass when the tree sprouting thon wo will go among our dead relations You must not take any earthly things with you Men and women must disrobe themselves My Father abovo has told ua to do this thing Guns are the only things we are afraid of but our Father will see that they do UH no harm Whatever the whlto men may say do not linten to MAdjutant General Williams said this oven ing that a telosrain had been received from General Brooke at Pine taying that his scheme for inducing disloyal Sioux to abandon their tribe and join the loyals Is working well and he hopes soon to havo the hostile orowd broken up The report of tho ofTioor iu charge at Rosebud Agency how ever Is not so encouraging Ih telegraphs that when tho forces under his command moved near tho Indians oanip today thoy retreated back fifteen miles and tonight are holding ghost dances and working up suoh a that some outbreak may occur before tomorrow Tho headquarters wore also aclvlnod to day that Sitting Hull had been sending out requests to all the Sioux Indians even in Canada Indian Territory and as far west as Wyoming to join his forees Ho Is as sisted by a large number of Indians who have boon educated by tho Government hi tho East In an Interview Into tonight General Milrs referring to General Willlamss state ment outlined above said It will require care and prudenoo on tho part of tho arm to provont an outbreak arid oven with that they may not succeed Tho groat troubl is the uriuo is so widely spread existing in many places widely separated As near as he ts ablo to loam a concerted understand ing was arrived at by the Indians during the summer that thy first hostile sho should ho the signal for tho assembling auc concentration of all disposed against tho whites Tho General did not talk about the dis patoh from Washington regarding tho gen eral movement of troops saying ho con sidered it bad policy to make such move jtmnts known 145 the news would be In the Indian camps in twentyfour hours off at the ghost dancos continues very sul len Ho ts being keenly watched A false move and ho will bo In Irons Ho seems thoroughly bent on producing an uprising HKAVIT REINFORCEMENTS Troops to Bo MaHHOd in Dakota to Prevent fin Uprising Nov Indian Commissioner Bolt this afternoon received a telegram from Special Agent Cooper at Pine Ridge Agency saying the Indians are still dancing The police report that thirty Indians have arrived at this reservation and GOO or 700 more are en route to the agency Wo hope to settle this Indian craze without bloodshed All kinds of rumors are in In the course of the afternoon the follow ing telegram was received at tho War De partment from Miles The number of Indians going from Rose bud Agency to Pine Ridge Agency is in creasing Reliable advices show that this Mowslah craxo la extending to our Indians near the Montana border and between the SJoux Nation and the Canadian Secretary Proctor carried the dispatches to a Cabinet mooting and thoy formed tho subject of discussion Socivtary Proctor says the suggestion made by General Miles that troops in all other divisions than bis own command bo got in readiness to rein force him was already anticipated Orders have been to the commanding officers j of troops as far south as Texas and Ari zonla arid us far west as California to pro pare their men for an immediate movement If emergency arises In any event It is the Intention of Department to inforce the troops in Dakota during the winter and they will be moving In olhor divisions from time to time In I hi si way It Is expected that tho Department will bo able to mass an overwhelming force it tho pliuO where tho excitement is highest so as to effectually suppress any Indian up rising In tho spring time i LL Heavy Holders Were Forced to Mi During the Money Panie D1BEGTOB LEECHS HOPEFUL VIEW SurgeonGeneral JTamiJton Points Out the Dangers ol Onrestriutel Jcctrocriti on Argu Heavy Money Tranpiers 1rom Sail Francisco to New Yoivk SITTING BUTJVS ARGUMENT The Indians Can Murder Settlors and Surrender to the Soldiers MiNNKAPOTjis Nov Tribunes correspondent jit Mandan N gives in formation from tho Sioux agency from two reliable Fncllans that tho chances arc against an Immediate uprising unless SU Mug Hull up his mind that Ib would pay Sitting Bull would bo arrested and out in Irons but fcho agent is afraid that this would precipitate trouble Agent Mc Laughlln has lost control of Bull and the others at Bulls camp Tho dunce keeps up day and night Tho Indians with Siitini1 Bull do not welcome oven friendly and will not shako hands with them They say all tho white men will bo tumor Into bullalo and catfish in tho spring Agon I MoLaughlln sent some Indian police to ar rosL refractory Indians and instead of obey ing orders they throw oil their clothes and joined tho dance They returned to the agency without the prisoners and oflered no Sitting Bull is Jealous of tho Increase of cattle on the Cannon Ball rivet1 belonging to whlto settlors Ho LoaohOH his followers thnt if a raid is made on tho settlers and they are killed the Indians oan surrender to iiliti soldiers and bo forgiven by them Booauso of tho fate of tho Connor settlers no new ones will come there Tho Indians who have property are op posed to an uprising The young bucks who have nothing and tho elders who lire led by Sitting Bull are causing tho trouble The Biff Horn Story Kehnshed Nov Gru aroti a Government scout stationed at Fort MoKlnrioy reports that tho renegade Sioux and Oheyonnes are heading for Utah und tho Big Horn mountains a distnnoe of 200 miles The fluolng reds wilf traverse sev eral oomitles of Wyoming Their plan is doubMess to make a stand against their puMuors in a broken country Governor Warren at once wired General Brooke a pro against tho removal of the liort Mc Khiney cavalry to Tine Eidge The scout intimates Imminent peril His Information WHS secured from Utah Crows to whom run ners brought tho news THIS SITUATION Six or Klffht Thousand Indians May Attnek the Agency OMAHA Nov special to too Bee from Pino ttldgc reports affairs temporarily quiet though intense oxnltomont prevails General Brooke is anxiously awaiting in structions from the Department at Wash ington due before he left Onmha as to wheiher or not he shall interfere with the This dance Is now going on at Wounded Knee sixteen miles northeast and at thirty miles north white a scout who just caino In reports that n band of copper faces appeared at a point only nine miles to the north The Indians are dancing with their rltlos strappedupon tiieir backs Tho Indians dancing at Wounded Knoo announce openly that if tho soldiers at tempt to take Jack Red Cloud the son of Old Cloud Big Road and Little Road away as there have been thoughts of doing they will cut off the soldiers ours and otherwise nmira them Every officer on the ground especially those high in authority look upon tho situ ation as very critical To bo still more plicit is to say that officers consider it next to probable that six or eight thousand In dians may sweep down on tho agency at any moment Nothing but a ralraclo could iia from Ousters says a prominent ottl cer and I hope to he reinforcements will arrive before tho rod devils make their Tiio Indianshfjro in slcht seem exceed ingly friendly and are trusted by all but it is well to mind that blood Is thicker Rod whotuis buorirfind is still sympathizing with tho New Christ bufls instead The Dunce Will Bo Stopped IxiuciK S IX Nov number of Iideals has been doubled Tho Indian police force of a hundred men Is on duty and every soldier is instructed to sleep ou his arms Five companies of cavalry are now on tho way hero As soon as the reinforcements arrive a consultation will be forced with the bellgeront Indians If they refuse to stop dancing they will bo arrested and IP they resist force will bo employed A vast number of ghost dancers from Rose bud have loft tho reservation and are now moving rapidly toward this point About twothirds of tho fifteen hundred Indians at this point are believed to be hostile Mnjor Wright UeinBtatcd WASHINGTON Nov Wright re cently relieved from tho post of tho Rosebud Agonty was completely exonerated in all charges and reinstated today and started for the agency tonight In an Interview ho said ho thought if some of the vicious loaders of the present trouble could bo locked up the craze would Sitting Bull and Red Cloud have boon try ing to regain control over since they wore deposed last year for opposition to tho land saleand they are responsible for the most of the present agitation The Scared Settlers AKERDKKS S Nov from Otrekiv state that the settlers of Emmons and Campbell counties aro flocking into that place on account of rumors that tho Sioux have taken tho warpath La Gvalo on the Missouri is completely depop ulated It was reported this morning that two men had been shot and scalped by tho Indians in Campbell county Tho people are croatly excited and aro appealing to Governor Mellotto for arms and ammuni tion WASHINGTON Nov Dis Kranclsoo ChrnnieAe bullion ran uptoSl an ounce to said Mint Director Leech this even ing It partially recover from the slump it got in during the flurry on Wall street The dicline in bullion was due solely to the fact that the heavy holders were large borrowers and when tho bunkers demanded settlement an enurniiius jimount of huilion was thrown upon tin The Imripkiit influence which brou fabnut tiic1 slump was located in London whore our financial troubles arose as Uio present crisis is appreciate steadily till it roaches the point it found some time ago and may go 10 WASHINGTON 21 Associated SurgeonGeneral ton has rrjide a reporo to theStorotarj of tha Treas ury giving the results of visits him to the principal points of embarkation uf im migration for the United States He visltec Naples London Liverpool Glasgow Bremen Trieste and Hamburg He Coundiu thorough medical examination of eiiihrrants anywhere Dr Hamilton says thai ru country is so free as the United States n admitting immigrants and uiires mstriclivc legislation pointing out that nearly tw million seven himdred thousand iininigrant have come bore within six years largev made up of undesirable tic ree mends that a bo passed recjiilrlng the hit ending Immigrants to furnish tho States Consul with proof that he is not i criminal or a pauper norsullVIng from any epidomic or ciontagious dlnoaso or disability to make him a public HOUR AVSTIJAMAN Gonr The Director of tho Mint is informed that nearly a million dollars In Australian sov ereigns gold deposited at the mint at San Francisco yestovday BAN iriCANOISCO OBJECTS The Treasury Department is Informed that was from San Francisco to Now York today making the total amount of transfersrecorded to 000 Those transfers wore made by tele graph through the aubtaeasuries free of charge under the privileges extended by Secretary Wiudotn for the purpose of facili tating tho business of tho bankers and mer chants in New York during the present trouble Complaints have recently been made by certuin San Francisco banks against a continuance of the reduce tlielr available reserve and to con tract the currency the coast Windom is considering tho matter THE KLECTItOCUTION AHOUMENT The caseof the Japaaeso murderer Tu giro sentenced todeath by eloctrlclty In New York was argued bsforo the Supremo Court was Kemmlcr represented lugiro basing his ap plication writ of habeas corpus on the ground that the execution of Kemmler demonstrated that electrocution was not an Instantaneous and painless death and that it violates the provision of the Federal Constitution forbidding cruel and unusual punishment Sherman spoke at length reading the newspaper report about tbo death of He asserted that there is grave doubt whether the artificial elec tricity generated under the present condi tions in variably causes Immediate death Sherman wasiirsquontly Interrupted with questions by Justices and Brewer When the former suggested that persons had been killed in a short tune by the acci dental contact of electric light man narrated the case of itlineman who did not die for some time although receiv ing a shook of 2500 volts AttorneyGeneral Tabor ofNew York re plied He declared the Komrnlev case was a practical execution of the law and settled the whole question of constitutionality as he understood it Either hanging or elec tricity had too much cruelty in It to suit the counsel LOVE PpJjlTICS ANb LiAW A Peculiar Breach of Promise Case in Ohio LIMA San Francisco Chronicle peculiar breach of promisecase has decided ID the Circuit Court hero by a verdict for the plaintiff of SlOOO The case originated at Paulding two years ago just after tho Presidential campaign Miss iMary Shull wasengaged to iliarry a prominent young man namud Adalbert Lebman who was an ardent Republican He was helping his party raise a pole in the town which was witnessed by MissShu 11 whu was a strong During the polo raising she hurrahed forCleveland several times This so angered Lehniau that he refused to marry the girl Sho brought suitagainst him After several trials of the case it re sulted as above stated A B8 RAiLWAY UPHEAVAL Could to Operate a Mammoth Com bine of Western Roads ADAMS SAYS HE iS TIRED OP OFFICE WORLDS FAifl PROCEEDINGS TfE DIITrFH A7TD OF THE OiriKC OH A JR lOfO t the tlie lations of iil tho Coin lvc Stock GROWING A NEW SCALP Hunting 1or tho Messiah OMAHA Nov Bee special from Hot Springs S and from points In eastern Wyoming report the settlers greatly alarmed by small roving blinds of Indians all well armed und very Insolent who say they are going to find tho Messiah LOST HIS MEMORY A San Franciscan Who Couldnt Keep Out of Jail OJTICAOO Nov Turner who was placed in tho Detention Hospital utterly unable to give a lucid statement as to who bo wan recovered his memory today and started to Han Francisco where his uncle Thomas He said he was In jured by a fall a few years agor and of late It had destroyed his memory for two or three days at a time Ho has been travel ing selling novelties and frequently when memory failed he has been looked up in some town aud his trunks would go astray Thon ho would sixeud time in huuting them up Recently he has been trying to get to San Fraocisoo but hud many attacks of the malady and thinks that within a month he has all over the eastern portion of the country At every place hewas looked up the authorities letting him go when he covered his memory The County Physician iad him ticketed and an ofllohil letter to trainmen ticket so hOCaut stray if his raemory fails Remarkable Surgical Operations at Sisters Devotion DHTitorjo Nov Dis Francisco Chronicle One of tho surgical oper ations In history and at the same time great act of heroic selfsacrifice vras seen this afternoon at Grace Hospital Las Saturday Matilda Oresoh girl had hor eiitiro scalp and left ea wrenched off by her hair getting caught In a plaee the scalp vbacl and make it grow wore futile the doctor tried a new tack The wonnc was so it would tre mendous Rruft The littli ones sister years old who knev what was wanted offered to spare her skin for the purpose The doctors decided that to cut the flesh off and put it on would not do the only way being to raake the flesh live on the one fronwwhom it was taken Tboy put both girls under the influence of chloroform and then cut a piece of flesh eight inches five inches wide from Emmas side and is they oul all but one side of it1 The loose end was then stitched to the flesh on Matildas head and the two little ones bound together BO that they could not pull apart Heroic little Emma will be tied to her sister by these bandages four days in which time the doctors expect the flesh to knit to Matildas head Late tonight both little ones were and Emma evi dently Suffering1 muob but said heroically that she did not dare if ii ouly saved her sister It is the flrsc case on record this size has been made and thewhole mfidical fraternity is watching the oaso with great interest CinCACo Nov Board of Lady Managers of the Worlds Fail1 today iidopted a constitution similar to that tho National Commission Miss Saiaii J of Chicago was ieconimtmtied tu the National Commission fur appointment1 to the position of Director of tho Department of FinrvArCS Mrs Lucas of nitiuduoccl a asking the closingof the Worlds on tho Sabbiiln dayso far as it was allVtlid Ly barter arid A tier went Ai the meeting oi1 the Commis sion Uie report uf the Committee on tToriiigiV AfTairs was adopted with a resolution an committee tuoxniMHl in agents as piiiyicled in Mie act of Congress no uixpvnclituiv however to IK made nntllMje Irusidunt shallrha ve is sued a proclamationto the various Nations At the afternoon Hussion special com mimic un tho relations of tlui Commission ijual board andflie powers and duties of I he DirectorGeneral made It says all Ilie powers of theCbiumlssion be exercised In a largo measure the DirtOtorGoncriil report practically reproduces section 0 Na tional act leliiiiue the Coin to have intercourse withall exhib itors is opinion tlini1 the powors aro in no way abridged by reason of liio fact thai a Jargtir portion of tho funds are to be raised ch rough the in strumentality of the local It Is the opinion of 1 be committee thilt this fund by the act of Congress and with the consent of the Illinois corporation specify its and is tobe controlled and ox iponded by the agency named by said uot of Congress the DirectorGeneral the ro port Under the existing organizationi of is whom space is to be allotted to el assili executed andthrouglrwliOni the Commission and its committees are jcensrally chargeof intercourse with all exhibitors and foreign Another paragraph concedes that the rules and regulations of the to originate with the local board but aclds that thy are to be approved by theNationalj Commission and under the supervision ofits directorgeneral The reportalso recoro nicnds a conference with the local board It was unanimously adopted The National Live Stock Association Com mit 3e today objected to the action of the Worlds Fair Commission in deciding that no cashprizes shall be offered It was decided that should beap propriated for by the commission or the thismoney to be distributed among the various aa follows Horses 41 per cent cattlo 25 swinu 15 sheep 12 7 A com munication was received from the National Oominisslon informing the comiaiUvje that the would either have to come from thalooal directory or There was another exciting debate before adjournment over the report of mitten on finance CommissionerValler poke of the general impression the people at large that most of the salaries Uxod by the Commission were outrageously large New presented tion calling outtlug in twpallsal aries except that of DlraetorGenoraK tindale wanted to out all except sorGoneral down to six thousand After a hot debate and any amendments the whole matterwits referred o the committee on judiciaryahd finance He Will Probably Be Relieved of the U P Presidency Next Directory to Bo Presidents Agreement Will Be Renewed THE NONPARTISANS NEAV YORK Nov was this morning in reference to the report that he laud got control of the Atchison Topoka Santa Railroad Ho said tho report was erroneous although lie admitted that he owned a considerable portion of Atchison slock De said the Missouri Pacific and Atchison had entered into an agreement reference tj the future business policy of the roads They agreed that neither shall build any competing roads into tho territory oi the other without the full un derstand Ing and sanction of the other With reference to rates on the transcontl nental lines Gould expressed confidence that tho agreement between the presidents WLuld be renewed and strictly maintained within a short Nearly all tho roads interested favor arostoratlon of rates It only reniiiius the ban leers to call the pres idents together TIIK IT I1 REORGANIZATION It was authoritatively learned today thatameeting of the principal stockholders of the Union ljaciric for reorganization of the board vf directors will be held next week IT is understood that Charles Fran cis Adams will retire and be succeeded by Sidney Dillon The new board directors will include Russell Sage Jay Gould Alex ander Orr and Henry K Hyde The now board intends to appoint some young active railroad man as vicepresident and general mitnager whose headquarters will be at Oiiiaha The is not yet determined but an endeavor will be made to secure a young man of abundant railway experience aud the highest capabil ity The Vandorbllt people admit that Gould has got control of the Union Pacific One of the parties named as a director said the board would soon bo reorganised John D working with Gould brought the change about He refused to speak about the future polioyof the road with re gard to the Northwestern traffic agreement ADAMS SAYS NOTHING BOSTON Nov Adams Di rector Ames and others all decline to say anything about the report of si proposed transfer of the Union Pacific to the Jay Gould interest President Adams says You ruay say I decline to be No Action Taken on Miss Willards Request PITTSBURG Nov the National Convention of the NonPartisan W C T U reassembled this morning a telegram from Miss Frances Willard was road asking that the name of the organization be changed as it was not Tho Executive Committee had considered the telegram and decided that as it was not otiiciaiiy addressed to the president and as tho association could uot change its name for a year anyhow no aa tion would be taken Resolutions were adopted by the conven tion after lemrthy discussion The section most freely discussed pertained to the sign ing of a petition regarding the closing of tho Columbian Exposition on the Sabbath It was passed after much dobate Gratitude was expressed to Congress for recognition of the evil effect of the original package sys tem BIG GUNS AND PROJECTILES THE LYNCHING POSTPONED Tennesseans Storm a Jail and Tiro of Them Are Shot A HORRIBLE CRIME HI ANNUAL RKPOHT OF THE BUREAU OF OKDKAXCS Tho Largest Gun Necessary for the Navy Will Uo Manufactured in This Explosive Guns A POWER1PUL N1 Nov annual re port of Commodore KoHrer CMof of the Bu reau of Ordnance which is lengthy esti mates tho appropriations necessary to next years work sit something over He says tools for the manufacture of thlr teenincti Cins aro being constructed It is thought this will bo tho largest gun over likely to bo needed for naval purposes The Bureau cniitemplates issuing sixinch guns of to fastcruisers and propose to mako no moreguus of 30falibrc length Tn connection high explosives the Bureau has designed what may be called a rilled mortar to project a bund rod pounds of high explosive This will be mounted on special as for instance a ram to light at close quarters Contracts wore made with the Ericsson Coast Defense Com pany for one submarine gun stud six steel projectiles to bo placed on tho The Bureau believes it is best to await tho result of further tests in Europe before taking up smokeless powder of domestic The armorpiercing projectiles are not satisfactory and arrangements were made to acijuire the Farmer process of Firth Son Contractswore made for electric mo tors to be applied to tho oightinch guns of certain cruisers for handling them The increased rapidity of dolivery of forglmis from tho Bethlehem Iron Company and the Mldvalo Steel Company aud develop ment of the Washington gun factory are suchas to warrant a belief that batteries can hereafter be furnished ships as fast as they are completed A Murdered Body la Found in Barrel of Omaha Swindler ians Indicted at New Orleans Nor mob at tacked tho jail at an early hour this morn ing to got Widis who few cUiys Bffo murdered Constable Ross and his nephew The mob could not force the iron door succeeded in breaking a hole through it A man named Coulter climbed through with a revolver and immediately a report wast hoard and Coulter said ho was shot Sam Sellers started in to his assistance wheat Widis ind another prisoner shot and prob ably fatally wounded him Tho mob then fled The Sheriff smuggled Widis out of town this morning The people are with excitement A FORGERS DUAIi LIFE SYNDICATE BANKS FAIL Ok An Unlawful Combine Noy patrick and of th6Ameri tire have bepun got outof it of of the United States being in restraint of The Dog All NEW YORK Nov fTBiBUNB Dlspatoh Francisco Series The spaniel who sacrificed one of his forelegs in order that a boy might have a sound limb is in good form today at the Charity Hospi tal Blackwell and will probably live The animal regained his appetite and looks eyea for his customary meal of lukewarm milk Occa sionally hejls of well broiled and juicy shows his gTAtitude by1 w aggl n g h is ich is tlie only p art of body except hiyejres that qan J l FMmers Alliance Ad a vvcoDStitutlpnar anjendinerit i allowiog all persons over male and1 female to The New Exchange 21 Thorewas ai oom niratlvely quiet opening in stocks The iiB prices higher with advances gen erally of J4 24 per cent Sugar refineries ere up per cent The only marked fea turein the early trading was a renewal of he weakness in Koclc Island It opened up it 64J4J but retired to 61 on large dealings Tho general list yielded small fractions the downward movement in Rock Island ended gaina were scored all along the line Under some buying by London the market continued strong anibwas made more byi the that the Southern Pa cific Santa Union Pacific and of thetranscontinental froada had an agreement tofirmly maintain rates pay no rebates and refuse to exchangetrafflpv with roads east of the Missouri JriVer found manipulating rates Several AVestern to Be Oper ated Under Goulds Direction NEW YORK Nov was stated this afternoon that was formed be tween the interests represented by George of Kidder Peabody Jay Gould 0 P Huntington and the Standard Oil party by which all tho railroads owned or controlled by them individually or jointly will be operated together practically under Goulds direction The alliance in cluded tho Southern Pacific Union Pacific Missouria Pacific Northern Pacific AtcM Kansas Texas Texas Pa cific arid roads It is also said that Gould is force the holders of llock Island to either sell their stock around the present price or join hands the other roads of the alliance The Burlington and Chicago Alton will act with the allied roads in whatever steps may hereafter be taken But there are fears thatthe Vauderbiltsmay be angry at the loss of their traffic contract or the Union Pacific may refuseto join If the Vander bilts and the roadA controlled by J Pier pont Morgan can jbe brought in a meeting of bankers and railroad presidents of all the roads in country will be culled a new and then an im mediate material Advance in railroad rates at once be ordered Ohauncey of the New York Central was seen tonight aud asked what the Vanderbilts would do about alli ance as I dont know anything about this alliance I could not say without look ing into it Come around again and I may tell ADAMS TIRED OF OFFICE He The Races NOT Twoyearolds and upwards ninesixteenths of a won Ed Bell second Oorinne Kinney third Time Threeyearolds and upwards seven fur Attious won Stallbans second Jubi lee Time Troyearolds and upwards flve furlongs Karl won Miss Mary Second Bob Wade third Time Threeyearolds and mile and seventy Big Three Buckler gecond Fired Fink third Time 1 Threeyearolds and upward eleven six teenths of a Longbrook won John Adams Harmabou re thlrdi1 Tbaae Koch Patients Nejtlecteia LONDON Nov obrrespond ent of the Telegraph declares that while the treatment of ipatients iaVthe hospitals Js only half few faroredi physi cians are treating from 150 dally A oorrespbndentsays the hospital patients are only in a dangerous condition Professor Koch OMAHA Nov Aspeclal f rpm attpVINebif say cowboy namedFrjink Mick emplbyedon thei last n Ight with a bullet in hls head a rifle laying 3e left that he moaey rheumfttJsm and thsMfori Tesolyed AV Informs Gould He Would Like to Be Relieved NEW YORK Nov To a reporter Gould this afternoon said I know noth ing as to whether Adams has placed his res ignation in the hands of Amos Adams and Ames visited me yesterday The former expressed a strong desire to be relieved from the office of president He suggested that he resign and a meeting of tho stock holders for action upon his resignation be called for next week I presume is true that he has intrusted his resignation to Ames a meeting will be held It is likely also that vacancies in the management will be filled has been men tioned as thesuccessor of Adams It is probable should Dillon be chosen there will be elected along with him a vicepresi dent who should also act as general manager with headquarters at Gould added that such a move would relations of Msinterests and the Union Pacific closer Another Successor for CHICAOO Nov The InterOceans Bbsticn says It is rumored in railroad circles that William B Strong expresident of the Atchison road is likely to succeed Adams as president of the Union Pacific Will Keep Out YORK The board of direc National Bank today aocepted a resolution setting forth the facts of the financial stringency and stating that during the present imonth the bank has had of commercial paper fall due all of which has oeen promptlymet as matured showing that the in erch ants are in V a prosperous con d ition that the stringency of the money market has almost stopped the purchase of com mercial bills andydeprired the mercantile community of its accustomed facilities and acithoriringthe officers of bank to buy freely firstsclass commercial paper and take out if necessary a liberal amount of clear lug houitioertiflcatea for that purpose Fa II n re 21 Barker Broth banking bouse was open this thismorning no busineM was condition company of one of the dl Three Concerns In Kansas and livhoma Go Under GUTIIRIE Oklahoma Nov Com mercial Bank the largest in the Territory failed The assets and liabilities aro un known The Guthrie bank belongs to a syndicate which practically controls the banks in Newton Rono Stillwatcr and Tho Newton bank failed yesterday Today the Guthrie bank sns pendeci and the Whitewater concern is now in the hands ox a ir in far Nothing has beenlearned from Normal or Stllhvater The Guthrie banks cap ital was the and about the same It is believed hero that the assets equal to the liabil ities Fatal Work CHATTANOOGA Nov years John Beckett a mountaiueer killed his wife but was afterwards acquit ted on a plea that it was accidental To night Tom Allen brought tip the matter in manner and a fipcht ensued in which both men fatally stabbed each other with An Auditorium Panic CHICAGO Nov in the basement of the Studebaker building near the Audi torium ata late hour this evening created a dense smoke which going iutb the corri dors of the hotel created a panic among tho guests gathered their effects and rushed down the hallways but their fears were soon allayed Indicted TwentyFive Times CHICAGO Nov grand jury re turned twentyfive indictments for man slaughter against J C Bright president and W H Bright vicepresidenfc of the Genessoe Oil Company Buffalo who shipped the naphtha which caused the explosion on the steamer Tioga here some months ago and killed twentyfive longshoremen East on the Merchant Sold the For fireries of Kastori the Cashier NEW TOKK Nov Dispatch Francisco Chronicle operations of S H Saston the absconding cashier of John H T Mayo become more remarkable as they are developed Tho fact that Euston led a dual business life cashier for Mr Mayo at No 68 Broadstreet and n produce commission merchant atNo 340 Hctdo street without Identified the same Easton seems almost incredible Mr Mayo declares that ho did not know that this 11 Easton printed in the directory as a merchant at No Roado street was his own cashier Messrs Tarbox dealers in dairy produce wi6 gave Easton room did uot known that be was Mr Mayos cashier They had known Eostou for ten years and Mr Mayo for five years It cannot be learned that Easton did any produce business nt all He appeared early in tho morning on Rcade street went to Mayos olllco and then returned at night so his supposed produce business Evidence lj growing that Easton used Ills alleged mer cantile business simply as a means to ex pand hisoperations as a The paper which Parncll Hagaman the noto brokers of No 102 Broadway took from Eoaton was sold to them in his capacity a commission It developed to day that Easton tbo commission merchant used Mayos uarno on alleged commercial paper His operations as a commission merchant soentangled affairs that it will take the courts a long while the problem as to who is responsible tho forged paper which wont the round of the financial community HUSBANDS BRUTALITY He A NewBarings Company LOSDON Nov is officially an nounced that arrangements for continuinR the business of Barings are concluded A limited company is formed with a sub scribed capitalexceeding Thomas becomes chairman of the company and devotes the whole Of his for tune to the firms credit Turns His Doom Installs His Paramour OvsTKH BAY L Nov Prnncisco Chronicle Henry C Baker awellknown politician who keeps a road house on the Covo road was committed to the Queens county jail this morning He went home on Tuesday evening accompanied by a strange young woman and Immediately began to abuse bis wife and order her to leave so that he might install the newcomer in her place When Mrs Baker demurred her husband acted like amaniac assaulting her and inflicting serious injuries aud finally drove her arid her daughter from the house at the mouth of a pistol He also smashed everything of value inthe house tbe Interior of which was badly wrecked Mrs Bakor sought refuge with her hus bands brother who resides nearby There she was soon followed by Baker who flour ished amurderous looking knife in his hand and swore he would kill her She was com pelled lioleare the brothers house and hldo in the woods near by remaining for her ony shelter being a dilapidated outhouce and she was suffering prcatly from exposure and hunger when her friends found her yesterday noon Baker was arrested early yesterday morning after a hard struggle by two deputy sheriffs who had been sont for from this village Tbe woman whom he had Intended should supplant bin escaped during the Bakers capture A THOROUGH SCOUNDREL A New Chinese ST PETEHSBTTBG Nov arere ceived here to the effect that the Chinese Government intends to convert of In Manghupia intoa fortress and a railwayconnecting the fortress with tlie Interior will also be built 4 which The iCnn Sttlke i firemen 11 WA ira Broke the Dumbbell MONTREAL Cyr broke the record putting 109pounds with one hand from shoulder twentyseven pounds twenty times the previous record New Rear Column Question an rionrjces that tliie Aborigines Protection So ciety is considering the question whether Bonney were guilty of manslaughter in ordering the execution of the Soudanese Burgarl YORK Nov run today on the Citizens Sayings Bank continued in full morning and decided not to ad vantage of thenliiety days notice rule but pay depositors as far as possible Fonsecas Gorernment Recojcnired Bio JAXKIHO Nov Constitu tional Ahsembly by 175 to 47 recogfuied thejegality of the provisional Governnient and adopted a resolution requesting tne Government to continue its functions until a vote isi taken oni the Federal Constitution The Steamer Seized Nov Government de nies tbe reportthat a mission steamer was the Congo State authorities It was used for a few days and the ariec indemnified Pasteur Congratulates Koch BERIAN hafr setit con gratulations who in sent a specimen of the lymph to Pastenr f l nrb AndertonlNelion todajTi He Steals From His Wife and Will Go to the Pen Nov Harry H HarSor of La Veta was to day arrested charged with obtaining money under false ago he left La Veta considerably in debt Some time after his a telegram was received there stating that he had beeu fatally stabbed while interfering In a fight near a place called Sixteen and that he had been buried there at tbe public expense pthcr day Barter visited his wife in Council Bluffs stole her watch hypothecated it at Omaha pawn shop and then wrote to her denouncing himself as a icoundrel and suggesting that she couldget tho watch as it hers and had been pawned without her consent She not only adopted his gfcstkm and recovered her served out a warrant against him for grand larceny and the pawnbroker followed suit with another charging him with obtaining money under false now in and will probably go penitentiary ASSAUJLTED A SJ8TER Serions Against the PMtor of Two Church en KEYPORT Fraucisco Mrs Alonzo oif Oor nelius Button a leading family of this town charges Bev Robert tiS pastor of the i Methodist Episcopal at Cllffwood and Jacksonville N withattemptint to A complaint Bent to trustees of the Saturday Chewv actemptedtc preach at the ohuroh on Suni day but the trustees rtoor face and dismisned presiding elder of the district will gate the married and Mrs band is tbe associate editor Enterprise A FRENCH A Murdered pel of PAHIR Nov Francisco Chrorihie obbnt of Nancy a Mal   

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