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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                2 7 7 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY MOBONTSTG TtfOVEMBER 24 1890 PRICE FIVE CEHTS WORLD GOSSIP The Escapade of a Yonng Austrian Patrician Ends in Murder A BRIDE FOR PRINCE ALBERT VICTOR No Gold Fields Opened Up In South JJarbarioas Itule of the Kaiser in u JJuar A Priest Mobbed for Denouncing the pretense ot trials and tbe most relent less persecution of the people by tho police than luis taken place iu a long time is going on everywhere An edict of the ecclesiasti cal board proposes as tho speediest means of suppressing the Roman Catholic activity In converts from the Greek Church to concentrate all the monks In tho Empire in two and all the nuns in one and to rinflscate tho convents for the use of the Ministry of War DOM P15DRO IN PARIS Nor Sao Francisco VhrwlGle Scries mys torlous murder cf two bank messengers wlille in u flratclafw on a Vienna mall train IH tho ubHorbinw topic of conver sation today Tho victims upon tli Is oc casion wore two trusted employes of u War saw bank and thoy had boon dispatched with ruhloK ll sfXiftlat jirid sfnrfjt orritud to a distant city Tho rtjaKoii for this errand with a ft urn of inorioy in most rornatitli1 Smmi months since a sensation WIIH caused in local society by the imprisonment of a wellknown young rnuri whose parents were HorninoblM and through whose veins here patrician blood that ernnnatort from a king nrnl carrni to him only slightly diluted Ono niuht from a window of the hciiKc of a promlnont financier on a fashion able street wore hoard loud calls for tho pollco ard when tho reaohod the house thoy found the owner holding u young man whom ho said ho hud caught In the room which was his wifes boudoir with a diamond bracelet in his pocket arid otht joweiry on tho table ready to be car riot away The young man was hurried ofi1 to prison and gave a fictitious name under which ho was tried without making any dofonso and convicted and sentenced and transported to tbo most dreaded prison IrVtho kingdom Then rumors begun circulate to tho newspapers that tho real name of the young man was a duplicate uf that of one of tlio highest officials In tho household that ho was of tilled birth and possessed 01 great wealth Finally It was declared that the wife of the ficiunolor had gcmo to tho Emperor and appealed to him to release tho young man confessing that ho WHS hoi lover and on tho night ho was arrested was In her boudoir at hor Invitation and wher hor husband was hoard entering tho house she had gone into an adjoining room while the young man had hastily opened a bureau drawer and taking out hor jewelry had awaited the coming of hor husband to oatoh him with It In possession so that ho might bethought a common housobreakoi jind she might bo shielded When the Emperorheard this talo he at onoo gave an order for the young mans ro loftso The tnouoy which tho wore carrying wast partly for tho purpose of paying tho husband who In such instances Is entitled under tho local to in demnity and partly to satisfy the obliga tions Incurred by tho yoireg tinui to tho authorities for luxuries both claims amounting to about roubles Tho father of the young man Is a director of the hank from which the money was taken und it was he who sent It The bodies of tho messengers wore found beside the track out gashod and mutilated Tboy had been stubbed to death THE NEW GOIjD FIELDS A Region of Wonderful Resources Occupied by tho British LoirnoN Nov Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle About eight weeks ago several hundred white who had nuirohod nearly 1000 mllos north of Kimborly pitched thelv touts at tho foot of a mountain and raised the British flag Tholr chaplain Canon Balfour said a short prayer a salute of twontyono guns was fired and tho expedition of tho fliitlsh South Africa Company bud reached Its dos tinatlon It was encamped at Mount 1Tarnp don In tho northern part of fltashnnaliind and the occupation of tho Now Eldonido was an accomplished fact This Is tho most significant ovont that has recently occurred In Afrloa tor tho land tho whites have just occupied Is ablo to furnish with comfortable homos many thousands of tho teomlns population of Europe Already prospecting parties from tho Transvaal and Capo Colony aro Hooking into tho now country A talojfraph wire Is stretching from Kimborly to Mount Hamp don and perhaps ovon now Lho planner ex pedition Is within a Cow hours roach of iclotfraph communication with thole friends iu Europe It Js to tho mineral rlohos of ths country that every one Is looking for Its quick dovelopmonfc Mr Mound believes that the gold In Mashonaland and Matabelolnnd will croato a rush to that region otily paralleled by the furore of 1840 when so many thou sand miners from all over tho world floelcod to California It will be a poor mans gold for hero alono inSouth Africa havo ricli deposits of placer gold been Cound tho mines in regions requiring costly quartz crushing maohinory to extract tho precious metal It is in thevory region around Mt Hatnp den hat for yoars tho women have dug in sands of tho dviod up rivers wtishlng out tho sand and prosoivlng the precious gold dust In quills which tholr nion havo carrkid far south to soil to tho whJto mon in spite of tho Kings prohibition upon tvado for It has boon an otYonso punishable by death to sell gold to the whites who aro irow flooding into tho country by the thou sand to dig gold for thomselvos One peculiarity of tho country Is the terrible scourge known as horso sickness A rmifidy for this disease has not yrt boon found ft comos every year nftor the rains Mr Mound In one wook lost elovon horses out of thirteen Animals that survive a sijisou or two avo uevor after lotod with the Usouse Thoy aro oallocl sorted horsos and thoy are from S2f0 to four or livo timos as mnoh as a good horso costs wlu has not passed through the soasoninR prortss ft is groat day for tho people of who have been downtrodden by tho Mtitabole Thoy havo welcomed the white plowws tho most unalteolod ioy and though thoy havo seon very fow white num thoy do not exhibit tho slightest funr of the large army that has oome among them CRUELTY OF THK CZAR Corporal Punishment Revived and Transportation ST Nov IMs Francisco Chronicle Sorios Advicos from Moscow and Warsaw concur with tho reports In this olty that simulta neous aro being made In all tho groat centers of Russian rule toward In tensifying tao official despotism which chnr acterixes tho administration of this barbar ous iHiuntry Tlie police tindor dlrectlpns from havo revivedcorporal a larger has oyiir boeti ventured on sinyo tlio Cicar being flogged for making for emigration to a Catholic priest at liishes for hold ing an opennir service for Ills payishoneri aftor thopolioe had closed hls Wholesale arbitrary Si beria iagoiiig on everywhere Tho Tbroneless Monarch Accepts the Situation Like a Philosopher PAnrs Nov Francisco Chronicle Republican capital though It is this city is yet hlie of all the 7oyaltles of Europe Thero aro always more royalties here than in any othor capital and at times there aro so many of thorn that It looks as though a universalMonarchical Congress was bolng hold Among those who arc here at present norio desorvos move consideration than 1odro Daloantara who np to a year ago was known as Pedro Emperor of Ho is having a capital time and is riot at all likely to spond Saturday of next week in mourning albeit that it will be tho first anniversary of the revolution which rnado him a crowriless or thronelosa exile Ono might well hoilove that this amiable old Kontlornan has forgotten all about that episode and Indeed all about his years of Hovorolgnty and has persuaded himself that ho has always been simply a private gentle man of domesUc habits and scientific tastes Duspito Ills ago and his uncertain health he Paris to tho full Every day sees him going about from placo to pluco with tho interest and vigor of a young man One day he Is at tho Irivalldes contemplat ing tho tomb of Honaparto tho next day finds him at tho Academy of Sciences talc Ing an active Interest In its proceedings and presenting to it a priceless collection o autographs tho third clay soon him stndy inir at tlio Trooadero and meteor ology from the top of the EIllol tower tho day finds him In the picture galloiies of Versailles and also at the College cli where his grandchildren arc being educated Next week ho will go tc Cannes for tho winter hut lie proposes tn Improve every hour of Uie present week ii Paris ONLY A BUMOK the The Princess Helone to Marry Heir to the British Throne Nov Dispatch San Pranclsoo Chrctnide cnr lons rumor comes from Homo that tho re cent visit of the Princess Ileleno with Gen eral and Madame do Charetto to the Vnt Icnn was connected with a project Cor tho marriage of this charming and accomplished daughter of the Oomto do Paris to theDuke of Olaronco and Avondalc Prince Alhort Victor of Wales the object of tin visit being to bring about If possible soino arrangement by which tho Princess might in noaordanco with the English Aot of Sottlornont from the Roman Catholic church Tho rumor is improbable on the face of it It originated in quarters where the truth should bo known and is coupled with the story that tho Trhico andPrinoess upon their marriage will proceed to Iro hind whore tho Pritico will take up hi abode asViceroy of that island I give tho story with all but Its origin make t proper at least to notice it THE GERMAN BOAR HUNT The Kaiser Takes Part In Some Very Tame Sport Nov San Francisco Chronicle Em peror has taken part for the first time since his accession In a great boar hunt on tho Grunowalde lying between Berlin and Pots dam Tho moot was attended by abont 150 r I flora In pink coats and there woro tho usual accompaniments of feasting and mu slo At these bunts the Innocuous boar whose tusks havo boon carefully drawn when it Is young Is allowed a start of about Ivo minutes and is thon run down by hounds and horsemen who have anything but difficult or exciting ground to got over A PRIEST DENOUNCES PARNELL The PoljcoCalled Ou to Protect Him From the Mob LONDON Nov 23 In tho Italian Catholic Church at Hatton Garclon today tho priest took occasion to denounce Parnell where upon several members of the congregation loft tho church A scono of groat disorder ensued tho people shouting Mind your own Leave politics etc On leaving the church Father Banam was attacked by tho crowd and struck several times He was escorted home by the police who had groat dllllculty in protecting him Tippoo Tib Coming LONDON Nov 23 TKIHUNK Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle News comos from Central Afrlea that Tippoo Tib is at last on his way to Zanzibar with 7000 porters carrying an enormous quantity of ivory When his present stock roaches tho coast tills greatest of African traders will havo sent to tho sea within four or five years aboub worth of ivory His present caravan is the largest over seen in the equatorial regions As ho loft Ujeji a little before September 1st bo willsoon bo due at Zanzibar It wjll bo interesting to hear what ho has to say about the Emin relief expedition His opinions about Major Barttolot and bis management will likely be rather piquant for It is well known that ho regarded tho Major as entirely out of his Olomont Iu Africa Parnell Must Retire LONTON Nov Rev Hughes discussed tho Parnoll case in his sermon at St James Hall today Ho declared that no church man could ever support a party led by Par noil and unless ho adbicatod the Liberal party would certainly bo defeated in the next general election He said he had high authority for tho statement that Parnoll would accept Gladstones decision on tho matter Will Dissolve Parliament LONDON Nov 23 A rumor is current and credited at Conservative centers that Salisbury dooming tho time opportune while tho Parnoll scandal Is fresh has do cldod to dissolve Parliament in spring Aci vices urging tho Conservative associa tions to Improve tholr local organizations ll ini mod lately be issued The McKinley Law Hits Them ST Nov 23 The wool ex port trade uv South Russian and the Don novincos is ruined by tho now American tariff The moronants are loudly complaln ng to tho government that they are unable o ovon unload tholr goods owlug to tlio roxatlous customs formalities Cured by the iymjh Nov 23 An English patient with lupus was practically cured1 after five hiectlons of Kochs lymph An English ihysieiaus charges Kochs assistants with oiling lymph to doctors in groat quantities vitliouic the knowledge of Koch Charged by the Police ovi The people Ennis court tred to hold a MauQhester nightv The police charged tho rowd on rofnsal to disperse and a of people wore Pound SJilver LONDON It is that Qosphen of the has xslced tho Bank of diroctprsitp OOUT i 1 d or w h o th er i h o ti nitv is ii u e or V t h e ssiib Of payable silver i OISCUSS1H6 A MASSACRE Bloodthirsty Backs Plan a DeatfcTrap for the Troops BROOKES COMMAND TO BB WIPED OUT The Startling Information Given by a and Artillery Reinforcements Ordered More Ghost Dance Scouts Authorized Geriitaiiy OMAHA Nov from cor respondent of theBflfl at Pine Bidge Agency received at alate hour tonight contains the most startling news yet received It is to the effect that William McGau formerly a Government scout and now a rancher nrrived at the agency this evening with the story of a plot to massacre the soldiers under Brooke enjoys amonu the Indians and a coupleOf nights ago stopped at their When supposedly asleep ho was reallyawake and listening to a plan outlined by tho bucks The place where they hold tho ghost dance isa narrow valley on two sides of which are dense clumps of trees Tho Indians planned to keep np the dance until the soldiers inter foro and then a devilish plot will beput into execution Tlio lanoo will be kept up in thu middle of this natural amphitheater and when the soldiers dcfilo down the valley between the trees hundreds of will be concealed therein will mow thorn down with rifles they talked thematter over in a most calculating manner figuring just how they would dispose of braves so as to insure the killingof every soldier McGau as soon as he could getaway rushed to the agency to warn Brooke1 of the awful fate intended for him and his command This story removed from the mindsof the officerstho last doubt of tho bloodthirsty spirit that has taken possession of the In dians AT ARMY HEADQUARTERS Sensational Reports Received From Various Indian Agencies CntCAGO Nov Miles this af ternoon received a telegram from one of hi officers at Rosebud saying information had been received that hostile Indians arc mov ing from Pass creek toward Pine Eidgc ii two parties This news comes from Indians who have returned from Pine Rldgc arid if believed reliable It Is reported that there are Pine Klclgo Agency Indians there to talk to the commanding officers in tholr be half the intention being for the chief to stab the General as a signal for a generii attack by his band The officer adds that there seems no danger that the leaders moan war and are only usingthe prophetShort Bull as a pretext to keep tho gother General Miles says the troops have been fully advised of this and other reports and due precaution taken General Milesalso received this evening a letter from Poplar Creek from Captain The Indians at Poplar Crook he says are bettor armed today than ever before Sitting messenger White there a week ago on his way Dack from Canada He reported to the Poplar Crook Indians that the Indians north of the line were richer and more prosperous than those who had oome back to this conn try after the Ouster affair White Gut also gave orders there that If a hostile shot tired at any time iu Da kota or also where all Indians everywhere must rise and damage they could and join Sitttlng Bull and Kicking Bear in tho Black Hills WhiteGut furthermore told thorn tho conditions are now more fav orable for an Indian war than ever before as there are great droves of cattle all through tho country where the buffalo used to be A scout told the captain that he thinks Sitting Bull wants to assemble a large force of warriors next spring if possible thinking if the expected divine assistance should not come that he could stand the troops oil for a while possibly win some battles and then escape into British Columbia as he did be fore would and could muko a treaty with the United States again Captain the reportsfrom Fort Bolknap In dians there aro also in a very excited state Late tonight General Miles said he had iidvicos from General Brooke saying that tho turbulent Indians have evidently changed their minds and instead of making an attack aro more submissive What this means could not bo told but the natural trciicbery of the Indians is not being lost sight of by tho officials The longer they refrain from hostilities the better it is for tho army which can be concentrated to bettor advantage Tho General received a dispatch tonight from tho N say ing afriendly Indian brought information that 200 bucks had left Devils Lake re servation Colonel Buffalo left tonight for Omaha and will go thence to Eushville Before leaving tonight he said the ques tiouof an outbreak was problematical If the grass were fourinches high he would ex pect it every night As itJs the season is against an uprising However with fanati cal bucks dancing the ghost dance there is no telling into fever they may work Thero will it appears certainly be trouble unless the stopped On the other hand the 1 the soldiers may so it looks bad either way AT THE WAR Complaint from a More1 Scouts Authorized WASHINGTON Nov Proctor has received no information from the In dian troubles other than that already made public Besides regiment of cavalry which hasbeen started from Fort Kiley the SixthRegiment now in Arizona and New beenortlered assem bled and forwarded to Pino During tho day Secretary received a telegram from the Mayor of Wyo ming complaining that there is only a small company bf infantry In that vicinity and thefrontiersmen arocertain the Indians broke away from that would be one of thoifirst points make for He demanded arms and ammu nition orother protection The agent at Pine Kidge who yesterday requested authority to employ an ot of Indian police has authorized to the same duties of the Indian police haying been of he Midland Pacific survey at work eighty p miles west of Lierrc reached herethis afteru noon Thoy say the Indians are in a frenzied condition and liable to oornnilt murder at any time Friday night forty Indians surrounded the survey camp burst into the tent and took possession Ail were well armed and could have massacred the whole outfii but after a left tell ing the whites to be many njilcs away be fore the sun rose The Indians on the Winnebaso reservation have gone to join the ghost dauce at Bose bud S HOUSE EXCHANGES HOSTILITIES COMMENCED A Young Lady Knocked Down toy a Drunken Indian BISMARCK Nov excitement was caused last night by an as sault committed by an Indian on Miss Wright a stenographer employed iu bbo While on her way home in the evening she was accosted by an Indian and when she tried to ovado him be struck her on the head and knocked ber down The scoundrel then lied No motive for tho as sault is known and probably he was drunk Miss Wrights injuries are not serious Todays advicesfrom Standing Rock continue favorably Rations wore issued and Agent MeLaughlui reports only a small number of bucks away The military authorties count shows that a larger number did not appear however and tuclay a scouting partly crossed the river to the east side to look up the wandering In dians All the schools of the agency are closed on accountof the excited stato of a council friendly chiefs avowed allegiance to reiterated their opposition to Sitting Hull and tho Messiah doctrine WILL DRAW THEIR RATIONS A Partyof Midland purveyors Make tilHcors1 opVresporiden t J re The Ghost Dancers Take an Inter mission for Refreshments Nov 23 military au thorities admit tonight that anumerous band from Rosebud is en route to Pine Ridge The dancersare coniing Into the agency today in squads proparlnji to draw tlie rations tomorrow Much loud talk is hoard The Indians mainly disclaim any hostile intentions Their attitude how ever does not satisfy either Gen eral Brooke or Agent Koyor The Hoar is now that mmy dancerswill decline to come to the agency for their rations but Incursions into the country bordering on the reservation In order that this phase of the questioii may be properly met General Brooke has or dered u large body of troops from Omaha and other points to Eushville The troops at other points are under marching orders to bo ready to cut olf any raiding parties that may leave the Cavalry and Artillery Reinforcement Nov Merrltv command ing rfcbe Departmentof the souri in accordance with orders received from today stated that the Seventh Regiment of cavalry and a com pany of artillery a battery of guns had gone from 1ort Iiiley of tho trouble with the Indiansby train Indian Territory Dancers KANSAS Painter of the Indian iarrivud to night froni Cheyono arid Arapahoo reserva tion Torrltory and says the In dians there ghost dances but are not hosthely inclined This is the first news of any general acceptance of the Messiah idea by Indians in the Six Thousand Warriors Loose r ST PATTL Nov PtoojicrPress has the following somewhat improbable special from Washburn N It is reported that Indian warriors Cumbering 0000 have left the reservation below us are heading westward Considerable excitement exists throughout the The ItaliauElections KOMTE Nov midnight returns are received from thirtynine districts in which the Government has a large majority The Government defeated the opposition in several places now held by i A Seiiatorship or He Quits WASHINGTON Nov Post will say tomorrow Mills of Texas has decided to retire from tbe Fiftysecond Congress unless the Legislature elects Mm to succeedSen ator Coke i The Wizard and His Friends Control the Western Lilies VIEWS OF WESTERN RAILWAY MEN Gould Controls AH the Trnnfc Lines West of Chicago Except the Cana dian Pacific Chairman Walker Says Fooling Should Be Legalized PATTIS NEXT FAREWELL THE DIVA WTIX WAIT UNTIt EXJPO S1T10N JOEAR She Doclinen aFabnloun Sum From Abbey York Idler NEW YORK Nov fTBTBtnrK San Francisco Pattl his received from E Abbey through Charles a definiteoff or for a farewell opera tour througli che States The figures named were something fabulous but the diva accept as she prefers to postpone arewell until the year of the Exposition at Abbey by the a room to the murdered General Seliyers koff at Hotel do Bade in the door of the Generals rpprii several times during the day but heard nothing and learned of themurder only by the newspapers the next Ourtishas recovered from which necessitated his retire ment from the stage and will begin a weeks engagement on Monday at the Peoples Theater In Playwright Chambers the clever atithor ot the comedydrama VThe now runuiug at the Lyceum will return to England on Tuesday next the production of bis play at the Avenue Tli eater in Iiondon George Alexander will star in the part now played by Keisey at the Lyceum and Miss Marion Terry will play Miss Cayvans part Tb piece will also beproduced in San Francisco Margaret Mather and her are daily rehearsi tig Jeanne Jlanager v French prom ises that ttie play will be given a bumptious production at the Fifth Avenue Th eater early in December Miss Marie Burroughs 6f San Francisco appears to better advantage playing at Palmer si thatu in any of her recent rolesr She presents a pretty picture pt the of Mary Blenlcarn and neltber overdoesthejpart nor lets itlagfqr want of action Therpiece self is interesting and very artistically ar ranged carries as Marys father has won Law rencei Barrett gave Mm a Del CHICAGO Nov Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Breyfoglc of the Monon returned today from New York where he has been since the the financial flurry Said he The opinion of those who know most of the recent railroad deals Is that Mr Gould and his friends have control ot all the trunk lines west of Chicago except the Canadian Pacific Of coinso tho rumors are legion hut tho insiders concede what I have just said They agree that Mr Gould Mr Ames and Mr Sage absolutely control the lUhioii Pacific Also that the Rockefellers who own the Missouri Kansas Texas are helping tho Northern Pacific and North American in such a way as ivG thorn control and incidentally put Decker How oils Co again ou their feet That linn had over three millions of securities in ex cess of their liabilities and with the Rocke fellers controlling the Northern Pacific and North American properties the securities will rise to the old prices Gould and llunt ington now control the Pacific Mail and a perfect understanding exists between tho two as far as the Southern Pacific is con cerned The of these deals cannot help being a good one to the Western roads and permanent rates will be lisuod The recent financial troubles will have no effect on our extensions into the Indiana coal fields We are hard at work on them and will complete theni as soon as President T B Blackstone of tho Alton said railroad situation may be regarded as hopeful because it does not seem possible for it to become worse Pub lic sentiment is in favor of unrestricted competition Then again such consolida tions form combinations which are liable to fall to pieces of their own weight It is more than probable that these two causes may operate to overturn any 9Oiisolidation of several systcms with a view to placing absolute control of the traffic of tlio coun try in ono man or syndicate In my mind there is no question that the interests of tho public would be better served if all tho united under one control either inclividuiii orof the Government There would then bo one responsible head and everybody would know where to look to secure by legislation or popular sontiuent a remedy for any Chairman Walker of the Interstate OoDimerce Railway Association and ex moiflber of theInterstate Commerce Com mission The vast changes of late iu road control are the natural consequence of the antipooling section of tho Interstate Commerce Law Mr Gould if he has ef fected the reported deals of the past few simply taking tho best course under the law by which he can protect his own In terest and those of the stockholders Avhom he represents If tbe public which controls legislation would realize that there is no barm in a pool under the supervision and control of and Federal authority bho rates consequently being just and reason able the present tendency toward consoli dations of vast railroad interests would be checked While pooling is not the panacea for disturbances among tho railroads which is sometimes claimed it tends to preserve the independent existence of all the differ ent lines and to prevent discrimination among shippers The antipooling section of the law has proved a failure agree ments of that character should at once be legalized but under Federal the commission should authorized to change them if they are used in any way to of It is not pos sible in any other way to prevent the speedy concentration of the entire railway control of tho country in the hands of a few Individ DEPEW ON THE ALLIANCE The Vanderbilts Favor Anything That Will Increase Values r NEW YORK Nov an Interview to night on the great transcontinental alliance Ohauncey Dopew said he knew nothing of the particulars but thatnothing can be done until Pacific matter is settled Ho has net the slightest doubt that Gould is to have possession of the Union Pacitic and Dillon will be president He understands in a general way that a meetiug of presidents is to be called Something1 of the nature of the proposed he added must be done The stockholders are becoming disgusted and will force such action If it is not otherwise brought about Railroad trusts are imposssible and an agreement between the roads is the only resource roads will favor anything looking to iu values andthe stability of President HughiU of North western road who was in the city would not discuss further than to say that his road would favor any movement looking to haxmqny between the trans continental lines The Financial Backer of the Line Has Failed Sioux PITY Nov Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Series Mans will bring MaurJee more1 and bact to the Theatier a engage has j jcrrio I VvTArvfi ft v of Short being built from Sioux City to Ogden deny that the control of road has passed to A L Garretson and the that it will be oper ated under a lease by the Sioux City Northern ortbe great Northern road Still are sighs thattbe ports from NCIwYork of a change 1 are oti the Pacific Short Lino bridge has been suspended Thefinancial was of i York North Bank A WORLDSFAIR MEETING ACommittee Declares That theComr mission Must Run the NatihalWorii33 Fair Commission special Conference Committee discussion vtCHnight regarding the action pf rectors to maintain the ex h ibitbrsw hethef at thrthe consent 1 e mystery ohl yXspec eff ri expected under the iu Business of the Banks for the Past Week BOSTON Nov to TIITB following table compiled from dispatches from the clearinghouses of the cities named shows the gross exchanges for last week with tho relative per cent of in crease and decrease as against similar amounts for tho corresponding week lu 1SS9 ClTtUS New San Gnlvoston St Fort Portland Or St Ponhiml Knw Sioux Sonttlc Wilmington Grand Rapids Los JJes Jc Now Luxington Ky Clearances Outside of Incrso DecrSfi S9S 87 17 S 20 5 8t o o Not included in totals this time last year No THE KING IS DEAD WILLIAM HI OP GATH JEKKD TO HIS Places of AjntisoiMonfc Closed Fl at ITnlf Queen Will Proclaimed Be THE HAGTTB Nov King of Hol land died at 6 oclock this Last evening there was a sudden change for tho worse the symptoms being those of The Queen was imrnediately sent for and stayed at the patients bedside lilTe ebbijtf away quickly The public buildings are closed and all amusements are suspended Flags are at half mast Tho body wjll be embalmed and placed in a coffln Tuesday The Ministers havo for mally announced the death and prepared a declaration in regard to the manner of government It is oxpectedg that Queen Emma will be proclaimed Regent tomorrow and take the oath at an early date Nov William sent a telegram of condolence to tho Queeu of Holland Alexander Eredericlc Kiug oC the Kclherlands and Count of Nassau was born in 1817 ml succeeded tothe throne on the duaUi of his father William in 1849 enjoyed uninterrupted pence during his increased itnd UKpub lic debt was considerably reduced His reign cSiiiitly distinguished for undertakings which contribute to greatness of a nation The drainage of tlie was accomplished In 1863 the slaves in the Dutch West Indian colonies were emancipated railways were ex tensively constructed the walerwny to Rotter damwas improved and the Jithmus of Iloliand was cut by a A WARRANT FOR BANKER POST THE CHEYENNE IflNANCIEK WANTJED THK SHERIFF Papers Issued hi a Civil Actloa to Re cover W2OO In Defendants Bank Which Subsequently Tailed Nov to warrant is out for the arrest of Martin E Post the exbanker of enne now a resident of Utah He arrived in town from the West yesterday A complaint against him was yesterday filed in the District Oourt by Frankr A Stizer It is acivil action Sec tion 2840 of tbe Ilevlsed which reafls as for the arrest of the be the clerk of the court itv action is brought whenthere is I3ce the plaintiff apent or attorney made before a juiljje jor of any court In the Territory or 1 puace stating the nature of the that just and the amount thereof as hjii asmay establishing one or the following allegation under this section is the one under iwhich this suit is brought It reads as follows That he contractedthe debt or incurredthe obligation for the suit is about to be been brought Col Stiver was of the many Post de positors On the Saturday afternoon pre vious to the Monday oc wbicb the notice was posted Stizer deposited in the bank S200 It Js for the recovery of this amount thathe niw bringsthe ac tion ThobankJng house of Co fa tied on the 10th of 1887 On the the failure was posted on door of the which stated to be the liabilities leaving ambulance of assete over of notjcerecited tbat the firmwould pay dollar for dollar as its loans are collected and the business settled assetsand were given in the scbeduieat and theassets making over the t Doubtful the A SOUTH CAROLINA RIOT Negroes Batter Down i M and Troops Arc Ordered Out LOUISIANA BULLDOZERS AT WORK The Pocatello Postofflce Smfe Blown legislators Chlor oformed and Murder Confessed on a Criminal X S NOT was negro riot today at BJshopvllle Sumpter county caused by tho arrestof a disorderly negro Troops have been ordered tbere Tho only particulars learned are that two negroes arrested yesterday wore released today by Liiouds who battered down the calaboose The Sheriff reported to the Governor that the situation was serious and a company of militia wore ordered ready At Sumpter This evening tho commander of the company telegraphed the Governor he had advices from the Sheriff that tho white people were greatly alarmed thero had beonfisrhting and tho militia would go at once Nothing else is known LOUISIANA BULLDOZEBS Icssness on of bulldozers of this parish dozen negroes One Negro Killed Citizens Excited Ktiw OULEAXS Nov Francisco Chronicle Nicholls haa received In formation of outrageous acta of law the part of a gang in the southeastern part One night last week half were leave the place Wednesday night anegro was killed and last night two or three wore whipped The lawabiding clement there and tho citi zens of Baton Rouge are much wrought wp over these acts and tho Gov ernor declares they shall be stopped If It takes tho whole executive1 power of the State BATON ROUGE NOT excitement In this vicinity caused by the terrorizing and abuse of negroes by certain whites iu tho parish tho past week is still intense Many colored people are leaving their farms and coming to the city for protection This morning one of them informed the Sheriff of the names of some of tho white men who came to his house and shot him Some were made and many more ana expected to morrow TWO DEAD HORSETHIEVES Desperate Encounter Between Kansas Posse and Francisco Some days ago twelve Osborno county and last evening the tiileves were found in canjp eighty west of here near Cairo A posse of thirty men at Cairo and they wont out to capture the gang within a short distance of tho camp the posso was fired upon and at that moment the gang mounted their horses and started up the creek followed by the posse After a running fire fight of two miles two of tho thieves fell oif their horses and thohorses of two others fell Tho othersescaped The two men shot died within half an hour and re fused to give their names or any infornia t on A POCATELLO ROBBERY The Postoffice Safe Blown Open and the Contents Taken PQCATELLO Idaho to postoffice entered last night by burglars the larxe safe blown open and in money in stamps and in registered taken out Bean the postmaster was in theofficeat 10 and again at 3 when he found the safe blown open The door of tbe safe is a oom plete wreck An expert Job was done by the robbers The officials are on WYOMING STATESMEN ROBBED f ou the exbanker is lairing Ipwv j It said he and his wif the trail rf or Their Cash Was Taken tmt Their Diamonds Not Disturbed Nov to Tisdale and Represent ative Davis of Johnson county werechlo roformed arid robbed last night In their roonvat a swell boarding house Ovet cash was taken but their watches and diamonds were left Tho legislators did not discover tbcir loss till at the1 breakfast ta ble Tisdale has e faint recollection of application of the drug tough people are in the town attracted by i h e m on payment of the jUhlohr shop men und train 1 Must Be Sensmtional PARIS Nov San with Gabriclle Boon be brought before the courts to answer to the charge of the murder of de termined not to omit keeping his name before the Three d ays ago he asked for a glass of orgeat he and his keepers wishing ix indulge tofurniidi the de sired syrup As soon as he dey clared a poisoned cup vowed he had n taken enough toi kill him and an attempt oh the part of rthe to murder v A DeatbBetl Cbnttwsfon San Francisco son W Agar once a lateuv reduced almost to Hotel here bed he confessed that tweiaty yearsago Ttiurdered agambler named Gharlea SeUwiiii of He dagger with which newspaper clippings All these are now In tho pofisessIonKof ward Comstock proprieter of night when the Francisco daring attempt it President alone aii aflfable new steps rear   

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