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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah THK TRIBUNK IK the only clay pupiT vnhliMhcd lotwreti r and Sun I r UMIMCP contain t telegraph norvlco in Rocky THK larton in thin city alone entire edition of daily Salt VOL 2 7 7 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY tf NOVEMBER 25 1890 PBICE FIVE CENTS nil i iliuvf fiJU T8T nrn Of I ous body of water which is supposed to be VILLA1MY ON THE BED SEA A Protege of King Humbert Ar rested for High Treason THE GREATEST RASCALS OF THE AGE Aklcad to Be Released From San Story of His Ex traordinary Exploits An Upper Congo Expedition Queenw Dutch Quocn ROME Nov FranclHOO Chronicle SorieH Italy talking ut the prtjsont moment of ths iluK diHuovery which loi to the arrest ti KHO lit Milan of Count lit a rnornont whim ho about to sui aboard train for wlions lie was oriKfijwl to dlnti with Humbert and Quooi WuiKucrlte Tho Count WIM until the moment of his principal civilian oITlcia at MuHsowah and MS lie controlled MID ud of Justice iho local treasury and Hurvlce uf sujiplios It will readily lit understood that he rcignod Hupruniu Ir Italys on the Red Sou Althougl vivorod with ordorH and decorations anc honored until tlio day of arrest with tht warm friendship and support of King Hum and ho now ilos heavily chained in the hold of a ship where he Is to be tried for Ills life on a clmrgij of high treason and fraud The trial which cannot all to terminate in conviction will likewise result In the liber ation of his whilom partuur Moussa E AUkad tho most scoundrel of the present unti who at occuplos i cell in tho groat convict prison at Han Ktefano and who moreover enjoys tin rare distinction of having been condemned to death no than three separate times It Is just about ton months ago that King Humbert commuted to ponul Korvltude for lift the sentence of death passed by Count upon his former friend Moussa KIAkkucl The hitter has boen a wealthy Kgypllan land owner and merchant Ill1 was born In Alexandria forty yoaia utfo and first attracted public attention In 1874 when lie was accused of having poi soned his rich uncle with the assistance of tho fair wife who he subsequently married ft was further charged that after a few months of wedded life he had mur dered his confederate also in order to bo able to Cnjoy hln uucluu wealth nlono Tho present Khedive Tow ilk rntulo Moussa a pashi hut ho however did not servo the Khedive faithfully as he also drew heavy pay from tho deposed rulor small at Paris and from tho pretender Prince Hallm Constantinople for serving thoir Interests against Towllks Government For throe years Moussa Pasha ilvod peacefully at IHiiBsowah absolutely indifferent to tho curses and anathemas launched at his head by the friends and relatives of the many victims of his treachery and from the very of the Italian occupation of Mas ftownh In liy onue m re a per suoiago of considerable importance tho Oongnll massacre where a whole Italian regiment fell into an ambush plan ned by Moussa and wan destroyed to thu last man by Urn Abyssintiins this wonderful schemer opened a contribution of for public subscription for the erection of a monument lo the memory of the butchered Italians though there Is reason to brllcve thai hn was concerned In the preparation of tho massacre Shortly afterward ho visited Komo and was invited to dine with tho Kins and also with SlicnorCrlspl thePrimo Minis ter who was so much pleased with him that h obtained for him tho cross of the royal order of St Mauruoo and St A fow mouths lalor an Immenso sensation was created not only along tho shores of the Ked sea but also at Rome by the news that Moussa El AUkad had tuiddenly boon arrested on a charge of conspiracy to sur render Massowah to hostile Abyssinlana under Rasaloula at a moment when tho Italian Commander In Chief Gonoral Orero with the major part of tho garrison was ab sent at Adowah The discovery of treason was placed to the crod It of Moussas former partner and friend Count Jagnazzl and It was ho too who as tho principal civilian conducted proceedings who pro sided at tho triil and who finally pro nounced sonteuco of doafch upon him Tho arrest and Imprisonment of Moussa lod to the lapse of a unmoor of government contracts in which he was Interested and lawsuits brought In connection therewith by various Italian and Austrian firms against his estate at Massowah and subsequently against tho Italian Govornraont at Itomo resulted in laying bare the fact that Count had boon Moussas silent partner In all tho lestal and illegal financial arid commercial transactions and that tho ar rest of Moussa on a charge of high treason turned out In short that whenever any body Interfered with the plans or projects of the Count ho Immediately proceeded to got him out of the way by arresting and con demning him to prison as a traitor to the Italian cause A number of more or loss In nooont persona are therefore working out sentences of penal servitude In the grout penitentiaries of the kingdom and It is probable tlmt the approaching trial of Count at Masaowah whither ho has boen convoyed in chains will result In their lib eration LOUISIANAS DELIVERANCE and those from Lake Tanganyika From a geographical point of view it is of course an extremely Interesting question to know whether this lake is really the sourre from which the Congo proper Issues tling this problem tho expedition will try to thoroughly explore the Interesting region of tho Katanga southwest a country so ele vated that Ice now and then forms in the streams and which according to Reichard Oapello and Iveiis and one or two othe authorities Is one of the most salubrious parts of Heavy English Gales LONDON Nov gales prevail in thesouthwest of England Many vessels are seeking shelter The Danish schooner Rcglna has been in collision with the steamer Five of the schooners crew were drowned Tho steamer put Into i Copenhagen A number of wrecks and collisions have boon reported Tho steamer Uppingham is ashore at Hartland Twentyone per sons wore rescued from the steamer The II rat officer was loHt A boat containing five of the crew Is missing The PasHion Play Dividend LONDON Nov San Francisco Clmntidr h tne Oberammergiui Iassion Play are dis gusted with shares which have beet paid to them which have been still further reduced by the Income tax imposed by tho Commune Tho Mayor who played part of Christ received only 2000 marks the Kiirgumastor as Calphas and lib daughter Mary received I MO marks each All the participants in tho considoi themselves ill repaid by tho marks which they have divided among tham Williams Remains TIIF HAGUE Nov remains of King William attired In military uniform will lie in state in the chamber In which ho died till removal to the vault Tho Queen Regent Issued a proclamation declaring the PrlncoKH Wilhclmina Queen ol the Netherlands and accepting tho regency during her minority Pnrnell Will llcliro LONDON Nov is stated on excel lent authority that ParneU will announce to a meeting of Nationalist members to morrow his rotircmeut from the leadership The Star tho leading homo rule paper of England says It has reliable Information that Parnell will retire from tho leadership of tho Irish Nationalists A Hebrew Petition Suppressed ST fMSTKHSUtmfl Nov Govern ment has forbidden the newspapers to pub lish a petition drawn up by tho Jews askln that they bo placed on civil uqnallty with other classes In Russia No orders given for Government work will be given tho Jews outside the territorial limits assigned them A Ship Gunal Flooded LONDON Nov recent heavy rains and overflow of tho rivers have flooded long of tho Manohestershlp canal doing great damage bortyflve hundred navies are Idle In consequence Baring Successor LONDON Nov of association of the company acquiring tho business of Baring Bros Oo were registered today ANOTHER DISPUTE SETTLED THJ5 QUESTION OF JUKISDICTION FAIR OF Fifteen ChlofH Will Direct tho Political tho Ladles Want THE QUJEEtfS SPEECH Hor Majesty Regrets the Irish Fam LtejjiHlation LONDON Nov Quoens speech which will bo rend In Parliament tomorrow alludes to tho fact thut the negotiations Portugal and with Italy concerning the East A frican territory are not yet liroiiKht toa successful conclusion A hope is expressed that tho negotiations uow pro prosslnj with Franco will aooo lead 0 at satisfactory settlement of the Newfound land fishery matter Alluding to the threatened famine In tho wost of Ireland tho QuHon expresses regret and trusts measures will bo taken to mltl Kiito tho peoples distress Hills will bo Introduced relative to land purihaso in Ireland tithes assisted edu cation lOKislation tor Ireland and exten sion of local Kuvormucnt for England If tho work of the session permits a bill rola tivo to local KOvorncuont for Ireland will also be Introduced It was tonight that aftor tho close of the OShou caso the Conservatives at a private conference unanimously de eidod that Parliament should bo imtnu dlatoly dlsolvad EXPLORING THE CONGO WILDS An Expedition Starts Through Re tfiou Never Uefore Visited LONDOV Nov Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Septem ber 1st the largo expedition which is going to ascend the Congo and penetrate through tho unknown region as far south as Katanga near the headwaters of the chief source of the Congo loft Natadl for the upper river There are about 350 uion in the expedition including four white men About tho first of next month they expect to reach the head of navigation of the Lonmni u brauoh of tho Congo and then they will muruhovor ItiTUl In a southeast direction through u country no white man has visitod Their first destination Is Lake a raysterl OniCAGO Nov Conference Oorn nilUoo of she National Commission and local directory aftor an all days session adopted a report providing for a bureau nystom and fifteen chiefs of bureau and tho will direct tho fair Eight members of tho and eight directors will constitute a committee to settle any difficulties arising Tho chiefs of bureau will bo appointed by thu DirectorGeneral subject to approval of the Commission and directory Tho direc tory pays tho salaries and oxpensus bureaus Tho bureaus coincide with the departments of classification to whioli are iiddod bureaus of stream and forest pro ducts and foreign a IT airs The laMor bureau however will not interfere with Committee on Foreign AlTairs of the Do rn mission Tho National Worlds Fair Commission ihis morning laid over for futuru consider ation the report of tho Committee on Oero nionlos rocommomling a military display A resolution was passed authorizing action vith a view to securing a proper appropria lon for two Commissioners from Alaska rhore was much discussion ovor a resolu lon providing a separate exhibit for the raco and it was finally ro orrwd to tho Executive Committee Tlie eport of tho Co mm It too on Awards reoom nctuling medals and certificates in stead of cash premiums was adopted The Foreign Affairs Committee report recommends tho adoption of a suhomo to establish a South American bureau at Washington Commissioner Thatcher oi Now York said tho gentlemen who proposed the scheme personally represented Secretary of State Blaiue tlo Thatcher objected to having the official soal Of tho Commission put on a matter purely political and which he be lieved was designed to further the political fortunes of tho distinguished Secretary Governor Waller of Connecticut said there was no politics in tho committee report If Elaine got any benefit that should not in fluence tho action of the committee in ar ranging such an American exhibit Pond Ing discussion the Commission adjourned At a mooting of tho lady board Mrs Gen oral Logan urnod that tho business be hurried through Every day wo stay said she costs the Nation ovor one thousand dollars Lot us do something and save ourselves from Tho board then worked Industriously on tho formulation of its Ideas as to what it wanted to ask from tho National Commis sion Among tho matters proposed by tho different members woro An administra tive building for tho use of tho board on the fair grounds a separate building for tho exhibition of womans work that tho sal ary of tho secretary ho that every exhibit bo accompanied with a statement specifying whether it Is or is not produced in whole or In part by female labor The Great lottery Company Shorn of Its Prosperity and Power THE NEW ANTILOTTERY LAW DID IT Annual Report of the Comptroller of the of National Bank Mone tary Stringency and Remedies Sug Notes Against the Manitoba Catholics MINNEAPOLIS Nov Wirmepog spe cial Judge Killara delivered a decision against tho appeal of the Koman Catholics against the act passed by the last Legisla ture abolishing separate schools The caso will be appealed One of the chief contentions of the Catho lics attorney was that they should be froe from the necessity of supporting schools other than their parochial institutions Tho judge holds thnt tho law doesnot abridge their rights to have separate schools but as the public schools are there WASHINGTON Nov TRIBUNE Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Chief Postoffico Inspector llathbone has juat com pleted an examination of the practical ro suits of the antilottery law at New Ouleans For a number of years the lottery company has patronized the New Orleans postofHoe to the extent of about a month cov ering heavy purchases of stamps and regis try foes The amount has reached a month during heavy drawings and al other times It his fallen off the average being about a year In orclor to handle tho vast bundle of lottery business flowing In from every quarter of the country nine clerics were kept constantly employed Inspector Kathbono found that this entire income of a month had been shut off as a result of tho new law and nine special clerks harl no lottery mall to handle Those clerks have therefore boon dismissed Tho clays of tho Louisinn lottery are said Inspector Rath bone speak ing of the four months test which the new law had received The discharge of the clerks who handled the lottery letters indi ciites how thoroughly thu law works in bar ring tho company from the use of the malls Hut there arc othor things working toward Its Before the law was passed the LonisianaLottery Company stock was worth a share but now It goes a begging at a share I am In constant correspondence with the law and order league which was formed in Louisiana to fight tho lottery and they write me that the law has made thorn sure of electing an anti lottery Legislature which will decline to renew tho charter of the company The las Legislature extended the charter but Gov ernor NichoUs vetoed the bill With an antilottery Legislature tbe company wll cease to exist in 1802 of their benefits we have found in the law has been its effect in strengthening Mio antllottevy people in Louisiana anc awaking a general fooling there to the evi which the State was fostering The United States and Adams Express Companies have fallen into line with the Postoffico Depart ment and l am expecting similar action to bo taken by tho WellsFargo and Southern Companies so that we expect to have every avonue by which they can do business closed against them very Tina COMTROLLERS REPORT WASHINGTON Nov Press The annual reportOf OompLrolJor of Cur rency Lacey covers the operations of the bureau for the twelve months ending October 31st During this period 307 bank ing associations wore organized fifty have gone into voluntary liquidation and nine placed in the hands of receivers The net increase was 248 constituting a larger growth than any similar period since 1SG5 The number of active bauka October 31st was UGi7 These banks have In capital stock 782 bonds deposited to se uro circulation and bank notes outstanding Including s5G represented by deposits to re deem circulation still outstanding Tho gross decreaseIn circulation during lie 3r car Including notes of the ban Us that lave failed and liquidated was 772 ind tho decrease in the circulation secured by United States bonds was At the last report the gross deposits of these muks including amounts duo banks vas loans and discounts Both tho Items show a great ncreuso over any previous report Tno Jomptrollor again calls tho fact ihat tbo Issue of eiiouiatmg notes lias bo iomo unromunerativo on account of the ilgh premium commanded toy Federal bonds uid renews tho recommendation that the ibllgatory deposit of bonds be reduced clr luliifcion be issued equal in amount to the ai value of the bounds pledged Tho pas ige of the bill to titfs effect now pending in Houses would at once increase the vol ume oJ paper money by vhioh would in a marker degree relievo lie present monocary stringency new ssociatlons could form more rapidly nt advancing 1ho premium on bonds Icessarily purchased by tho Secretary of tlm Treasury for the sinking fund Tho passage of the act provjdtng for the pur chaso of silver bullion Is considered Comptroller to amount to a declaration that tun National banks are not to be called upon to furnish the additional circu lation evidently needed and u discussion of measures providing for the extension and perpetuation ot note Issues based upon some new form of security is deemed inop portune An exhaustive statement of tho propor tion of coin paper money used in banking operations in 1881 and 1800 shows an money equal to 6S per cent which is deemed significant when con sidered In connection with the apparent Insufficiency in the amount of coin paper currency The Comptroller says it is evident that the lack of currency was greatly aggravated by the retirement of National bank notes which form of paper money also possess that elastic property so essential in a perfect circulation All money issued direct by tho Govern ment is necessarily nonelastic by reason of being in all cases available for the lawful money reserve of National banks and in most oases possessing a legal tender quality The Comptroller ays if rapid extension is a correct the National banking system is more favorably regarded than heretofore and thetransactions of the year have boon attended by mere than the aver age degree of success TYlGJlTJlOnSE EXPENJXttUKTCS The annual report of the Lighthouse Board shows tho number of lighthouses wore increased during the year from 8IJ3 Three now lightships are nearly ready for service and clesigua are preparing for four more The board says it cannot enforce the law providingfor the lighting of bridges over navigable rivers as no penalty is pre scribed The total expenditures the past year wore of which are for special works and the remamdor for maintenance and establishment The esti mates for the tiscalyear 1S02 are of which is for maintenance and the remainder for special works Among the special appropriations are Michigan CoqnLlle River Station Oregon court merely held that the case was entirely similar to that of Kemmler The court affirmed the judgment of the Circuit Court of Maryland in the case of Henry John and two others sentencedto death for murder committed during a riot on the Island of Navassu in 1S89 PAPER COBRENCY IN CHINA The United States Minister to China In forms the Department of State that the Canton dollars and paper dollars made by order of the late Viceroy have been made legal tender in nil China He says unless Interfered with thcy will undoubtedly work a financial revolution in China and may possibly result in tba establishment of national banks and become the basis of paper currency An Old Story PmsBTo Nov to P McBrlde aged 22 was horribly mangled at last night near the Port Worth roundhouse by a switch engine pass him No one saw him until after the engine struck him From letters found In his pocket it was learned that it was the old story of dissipation and an indulgent mother sending him 7rioney His best girl signing herself Lydla recently married P E Blake a Missouri Pacific con ductor and is living In Kansas City The news of this it is thought caused him to suicido A NOTED NEW YORKER DEAD AUGUST 13BLMONT RANKER POLITICIAN1 SUCCUMBS AND ITIs Keinarkablo Success 1 Binder of Ono of tho Greatestof American Banking Houses NWW YORK Nov Bolmont died this morning jiol monlisbank Is clrsod Cn tho door is a tlco of tho bankers death which resulted from a severe cold He was 74 years old Tho cause of death was pneumonia re sulting from a cold oaughtduringthe recent horse show The junior partner of the linn said today that the business of the groat banking house will be continued as horoto FROM THE SEAT OF WAR The Indians Draw Their Rations and Troops Are Hurried Forward THE GHOST DANCERS PETERING OUT eminent beef is no likelihood of a conflict unless the troops attempt to arrest fanatics responsible for the theft Several more companies of iiifantry arc due tonight or tomorrow but even when they do arrive tho force will still bo too small in the opinion of the oflkrors to make an aggres sive movement The policy of the officers is to act in a most conservative manner A FIERCE RUNNING FIGHT AUGUST Belmonts loss will be felt in turf circles as much the iinancial world Ho always been an enthusiastic lover of thoroughbreds As a politician Belmont was active in the councils of the Democratic National party August Belmont Was born in Alxoy in the Piilutinate on the left hank of tho Rhine iu When but tliirtouu years of ugi he entered the banking house of the in April 1837 ciime to this country as their Ameri can correspondent ugh a very young mau established a banking house in May 1837 which has steadily crown under his caroftil supervision until today il stands nmnng first in tho world With thu of the four years when Mr Uelmont was minister to The in the United Status and during the fortysix veins of active business life he amassed a very urge fortune He took an active interest in the politics nf tho Nation and was chairman of the NiiUoniil Democratic Committee fruin 1800 to IKTii He nttinned not only prominence as a financial manager but also popularity fls a gen tleman and a staunch advocate of manhood lonesty A slight in his walk was the result of duol with Mi1 II ay ward of South whose insulting uncalled for remarks at liudon in August 1S41 led Mr Belmont n seek redress upon the Held of honor in nccord uice the rules of the code Mr Hnyward not iidured butMr Bolmont received a bul et vioundin1 the thigh which gave him serious rouble for R long time Mr Belmont had the strong fnce and chartio of a thorough business man i ad u quick inipnlsive temper yet in conver sation ho wag mild and courteous to a high de gree Success produced an effect on him too seldom found among prominent individuals of drawing him nenror to liis fellow than exalting him to a supercilious atmosphere above WILL IMITATE STANLEY But Several Indians Are Missing Which la a Suspicious Circum stance Settlers Returning1 to Their in Army Circlfes CHICAGO Nov about army headquarters Is busy A larger force than has been mustered in that vicinity since tho memorable campaign of 1ST6 will be in the region about Pino Ridge by Wed nesday Not only infantry and cavalry are being moved up but also field artillery and large quantities of ammunition and supplies Gonoral Sohofiold having instructed Gen eral Miles to investigate the charge that tho present dissatisfaction among the Indians is diie more to a lack of rations than to tho religious craze has sent InspectorGeneral Hoyle this afternoon to tho Wost He will visit all of the army posts and most of tho agency stations General Miles received a letter from an ofljcer at Los Angeles which throws further lighi on tho Mossiah mystery lie teHs of an Indian from Nevada answering the description given by Porcupine who talked last spring with tho officer He said his name was Johnson and was known by the Indians and whites where ho lived as He showed a medal which had boen given him by pome Christian society for his efforts in doing good He talked about the Biblo and said ho was desirous of making peace with everyone He told about Indians coming from far o IT to see him and showed a pipe recognized as from the Dakota tribes All this coincides with the Porcupine story The officer writes that he firmly be lieves lib is goodnatured Indian is ono who has caused all tho trouble Ho taught the Indians tho storyof Christ and tho time when he will once moro visit tho oarth as taught him by Chrlstain people Ho no doubt told the story in its true under standing and the Indians in retelling warped it according to their likes and under standing AN ANDEAN MESSIAH The Panic at Blunt S Nov the panic Sat urday caused by the reported ap proach of a band of Indians crowds of peo ple massed in the hotol hero awaiting tho light which didnt como Two children seriously ill with scarlet fever were brought in and1 all tho people wore exposed to the disease It is reported tonight that a halfbreed was killed at Fort Bennett for not participating In the ghost dance Trespassers Driven Off Nov There was a serious outbreak Saturday afternoon on the Mono miiee reservation A hundred and fifty armed Indians surrounded tho logging camp of Henry Sherry Tho horses and oxen wore killed and tho camp outtit destroyed The thirteen white men were unarmed and fled for their lives Tho Indians claim tho men wero trespassing THE DAYS CASUALTIES Pour Young Americans Propose to Explore Darkest Aftica PrrTSBtJRO Nov Dispatch Francisco Chronicle young men will leave this city on Monday to Imitate Stanley and his coexplorers They have been reading Stanleys books letters and lectures and are of the opinion that he greatly magnifies fcho hardships and privations of explorations inthe dark cou They also take sides against the great explorer in ths Barttelot contrAversy and that is one of the objects of their pro posed adventure They think they can get authentic evidence Iu Africa to prove that Stanley has misstated the case young men are Michael Hawkins an Iron worker in this city Thomas Collins a mill worker at Cleveland Martin Conway a roller In a Youtigstown Ohio mill and George Jackson a roller of Ohio Mr Hawkins left hero for Cleveland this afternoon to meat the others of the party and make final arrangements for the trip They will all come hero on Saturday and on Monday will go to New York They saii from that city for Liverpool on Tuesday They are unmarried men and each has saved up several thousand dollars which they propose to spend inseeing darkest Mr Hawkins before boarding the Cleve said This may look like a large unwise but the whole party is determined making the ven turo Wo believe the trip can bo made None of us may ever see Pittsburg again and we go into the undertaking with our eyes open to the danger of thejunglesswamp How an American Railway Projector Was Taken lor Christ WASHINGTON Nov Dis Francisco Chronicle Major Burke tho manager of the wild west show accompanied the Indians who have been in Europe with that organization back to their reservation in Dakota and is now In the midst of the excitement on tho Sioux reservation He friends In this city that tho wild weal Indians aro doing iwljiat they can to Suppress tho Messiah craze and that they will bo very active and useful on tho sido of the Government It Is an interesting coincidence that the Indians of South America and the upper portion of Bolivia aud Peru in fact through tlio whole Andean basin stretching from Ecuador to Chili have for years had a superstition to that of tho Sioux about tho com ing of the Messiah who they believe would exterminate tho Spaniards and restore the country to those to whom it rightly belonged And there were similar legends about the upheaval of tbe earth etc Tho craze broke out iu tho greatest fury about IvSGO was great danger of a revolution through the whole of the Andean country owing to it The most curious in cident of all is that tho venerable 11 in ton R Hernpcr tho projector of the iuterconti lionfcal railroad who was at that tiiue trav eling 011 horseback through tho interior of Bolivia and Peru was everywhere welcomed as the Messiah and worshiped by the pao pe who thought he had come to redeem them The traditions of the tribes were that the Messiah would be a man of lung white hair and ilowingwhite board and that he would bo of some other race thsin tho Spaniards Mr Hempers personal ap pearance answered this description He found himself in the most embarrassing danger on the one side of bo with tho attentions of the Indians and on tho other hand of being ar rested for conspiracy by the Government lie succeeded In making his peace with the authorities after some trouble A U P Engineer Forgets His Orders Warehouse Collapses CHEYENNB Nov to Pacific Engineer Olsen forgot his orders and freight trains collided near a station seventylive miles west of Cheyenne this morning Fireman Foote was killed and traillo suspended twelve hours Nov warehouses of the Pleasure Ridge Distillery Company collapstid today under the weight of barrels of whisky A workman named Moyer was crushod Tho whisky was valued at 000 It is impossible to determine how much the loss is upon it Nitw YORK Nov Durot and Joseph Diego wore killed and throe other Italian laborers severely injured this after noon by the accidental explosion of dyna mite with which they were preparing a blast BUFFALO Nov from Akron Eric county this afternoon state that a great conflagration is raging In the village Particulars unobtainable LOST IN THE WOODS Wanderings of a ScantilyClad Man iu a Maine Forest ODD TOWN Maine Nov Dis patch San Francisco Chronicle While delirious Robert TJ Pyo of Bangor left Buntings lumber camp on Caribott brook about eighty miles from civilization in an almost nude condition his only pro tection from the cold being flannel drawers two pair of socks and shoes was nearly eight inches of suow on the ground at the time When his senses returned he was wandering aimlessly in the woods Ho did not know how to get back in camp aud Tor two days sustained himself on twigs and a small piece of meat he got from a bear trap In the third day he was exhausted and lay down in the snow where he was found by a chopper with only his drawers on His hands badly He resided in Bad ger His friends had given him up for lost YESTERDAYS BUSINESS FAILURES A BIG COAE K1KIHC GOI2S AT P1TTSBURG Tlic Coal Trade Wan Depressed and They Carried Too Much Old Now York Broker Fails SETTLERS RETURNING HOME PITTSBURG Nov Fawcett Sons one of the largest coal firms In the city assigned this morning The liabilities are estimated at The members of the firm say the assets will exceed this amount by The senior member of the Gnu Thomas Fawcett Is president of the Central Bank Judgments aggregating wero en tered by the Central Bank this morning and all the property of Lhe firm levifd upon to satisfy tho claims The liabilities are with assets of about The firm has carrying a large amount of paper and for two months it was known that they wero about to give up the fight The failure will have no effect upon the Central Bank as it is amply protected The failure is attributed to the long continued depression in tho river coal trade Mexicans and Cowboys Engage in a Desperate Battle SEVERAL WERE KILLED ON EACH SiDE A Prisoner in Coxirt Pulls a Gnn Kills Two Men A White Man Breaks Up Negro Dance and Is Killed DENVER Nor A Los Vegas N special to the Newt says A courier arrived in this city late tonight from Anton Chlco a small Mexican plaza twentylive in ilos distant having made ride in a little over an hour His horsa fell dead from exhaustion just Inthe out skirts of the city After re lieving himself from the dead an imal tho carrier hastened to the Sheriffs office where he gave tho information that a running flght had just taken place between ilftoou or twenty cowboys and double many Mexicans In which over five hundred shots wore exchanged resulting in tho death and wounding of several on both sides Tha courier had made his remarkable ride tea physicians and No further partlcu lars can be bad tonight HMURDEH IN A A Nicaragua Prisoner a Revol ver and Kills Two Men PANAMA Nov Kivas NicarauRufc October 22 Thomas Martinez was arraigned for trial charged with attempting to mur dor Dr Trinidad Flores Whon tho ac cused was called upon to pload he forward putting his hand into his pooktft and exclaimed Gentlemen t know the jury will doinn but before being condemned I must get rid of this Whereupon he drew a revolver and shot Dr Flores dead Gustavo picked up a chair but almost Immediatelyfell shot through the brain Gresgorio Eojae an old gentleman fatherinlaw of the flrst victim closed with tho prisoner who shot agiiin wounding Rojas dangerously Tho prisoner escaped but afterwards recaptured BROKE UP THE DANCE A White Man Opens Fire on Xcjrroea and Is Killed Nov Dis Francisco Chronicle Series a negro dance last night on Chaslaud plan atlon two miles below Steve Warner man was killed and Ed mund Tolliver colored was mortally wounded Warner rodo up to tho cabin and fired his pistol five times one shot of which struck Toliver The firing was thon com menced from inside the house two shots striking Warner ono ofwhich was fatal His horse was also killed It is not known positivnly who fired the fatal shot but Dave August Tolllvor brotheri of tho wounded man wero brought here and placed u jail touight accused of the crime North Head Cape Washington Gray Is Washington Stv Harbor Marys The Dancers Must Eat MINNEAPOLIS Nov Journals Pierre S special says This is ration dayat the Cheyenne the In diarjs are congregating there in large nurn fever and savage natives but weJEeel that scare The Indian the in clearing up some at Norville has just returned from the the mysteries of African traveland uward I opening up that continentwill justifyaiiy sacrifices we may No More Hostile Woman Started the Scare ST PAUL Nov A PioneerPress special from Bismarck says Most of the Indians at Standing Bock are falling away from Sit ting Bull because of the failure of tho Messiah to appear All is quiet although a small faction still keeps up tbe dance No further demonstrations are made against the settlers between the agency and Man dan and the settlers are returning home A stampede of 500 families to Eureka and other towns from the east side of the river was caused by a woman who saw Indians on the other side of the river diuicing and yell ing arid gave the alarm fearing they were coming over to massacre Tbo people are now returning THEY AGREE TO STOP The Dancing Chiefs Will Suspend the Ghost Business PINTS RIDGE Nov day passed quietly here All day long the Indians came in for their rations No attempt was made to arrest the hostiles from the ghost dances as they came in No Water Big Koad and other leaders of the dancers have sent word that they will stop Little the only ciiief who refuses to an swer Special Agent Cooper is inclined to believe him tho cause of the disobedience of others and there will be no relaxation of Gotioral Brookes reports everything quiet touight but the settlers all along the res ervation line are sbili stampeding and ap pealing for aid If things remain quiet fur a few days the officers think the whole will subside Broker Brandon Fails NEW YORK Nov Brandon member of the Stock Exchange since 1852 has failed An assignment was made to Robert S Miller with preference aggre It is said that all through the recent de cline Brandon carried a largo line of stocks but after losing an immense amount of the bull side bear He sold stock short and was caught in the rapid advance that followed A Mi seiner Operator PHILADELPHIA Nov is consid erable speculation as to the whereabouts of Colonel John R Baker the wellknown stock been missine since Wednesday His paper to the extent of nearly a million dollars Js said to be held by various institutions but the assets may cover this amount Is no reason why the Legishuure compel everybody to subscribe to their sup port HeadingOff Silver Exports Nov Government of Guatcpiala has imposed an export tax of a pound on Silver because of tho in j oreusod prise uf silvorin the United States A Sugar BHOOKLVN N tho Supromu the tlio trustees of thu sugar trust to vacate tho interlocutory decroo entered against thorn MAKINE CORPS RECOMMENDATIONS The annual report of Colonel Herbs com manding the marine corps suggests an ap propriation for two or thiee hundred more the vessels nowbiiiling will re quirc Eight second lieuten ants should bo jidded The barracks at TITK JAP POLfOAVKEMMLTsa Tlio Supreme Court pfot he UnitedStates affirmed the o f th State of or the case Of Shibuyii Jiigiro thoJapaniBsei murderer coh Method has voted inl domuod to bjr electribity The woraen Into the BadRiver country there are abandoning and says the Indians the The Davis Will Contest 3STov prenie Court aflirins the decision of the lower court making John A Davis adminis trator of his deceased brothers dollaY The contest over said been made in and fpuiid uot r Wonieh Ibrtlie Methodist ConfeiriBnce I A Suspicious Circumstance MINNEAPOLIS Nov Tribune special fromPierre says Parties returning from report veryfew Indians dthere today although it was ration day This isa suspicious circumstance A trader whohiis a store near Rosebud reports that It Pretty mans Assignee Removed CHICAGO Nov Prendegasi to day removed Johnson the assignee of 1rot tymans bank and North Side Lumber Company and appointed Jennings as trustee receiver The creditors had protested vig orously against Johnson as too closely con nected with is much in dignation over the failure A Duel Jn the Dark PrrrLADKLPHTA Nov 24 William Pen nington and Ei chard both colored quarreled tonight over money matters and ame to blows The lamp was overturned and extinguished and the men fought a hor rible duel in the darkness When the po lice came both were found fatally out with razors A Rock Island Cashier PEORIA Nov Frank Stubea raugh cashier of the Bock Island road in this city was arrested today charged with a shortage of No statement la made by the company and the cashiera attorney asserts that he dcnt owe the com pany i cent A Domestic Quarrel BUTLER Nov At Glade Rnn afternoon Carney Broil fatally shot wife and suicided The couple had quarreling almost constantly of lato An Old Woman Murdered WHITE RIVER JUNCTION Nov 24 Miriam Marston a widow aged 70 was mur dered yesterday while alone in her house Her was battered in No clue to murderer Former Smith Convicted NEW YORK Nov The jury in case of forger Smith rendered a verdict of guilty in the first degree Ho will be sen tenced Wednesday The Riot COLTTMRUS S Nov A telegram from the Sheriff of Sumter county says the riot has subsided Twelve were arrested and are in jail EXPERIMENTS AT NEW YORK Dr of LEARNED JUDGES DISAGREE Qwlet Day at Rosebud A dispatchfrom Val s passedquietly at Roseb u th pre twenty pf Short Bulls fdlf in owing probably to the fact helped themselves to Goy Caldwell Tells Judge Dundy His Views are Unseemly OMAHA Nov to A brief but vigorous verbal toun a ient between the Circuit and District Judges was an unique feature of the proceedings in the United States Court here today and createdquitc a sensation Judge Caldwell Judge Brewers successor in the Circuit Court upon taking his seat besides his col league Judge Dundy took up the case of Kimball against Kbcwlton in which Judge Dundy had held that a clause in a contract providing that a defendant should be liable for the fees of the plaintiffs attorney was valid Judge Caldwcll not only overruled this decision but remarked that such a holding was unseemly Judge Dundy there upon cited the opinion of Judge Brewer and ths late Justice Miller In support of his position and added When the time whether it be unseemly or not I shall take the liberty of dissenting from tho opinion of my distinguished Judge Caldwell in order that the Supreme Court may pass upon the The room grew very qulot and Judge Dundy added I am in a delicate feel r Duqdy Miller led you are wrong replied and thea Jucofoi Is Promised Some Professor Kochs Ijymph YORK Nov Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle now seems to be no question the first experiment to be made in this country with Dr Kochs lymph will be conducted by Dr Abraham Jacob The experiments too will be carried on in this city and in one of its great hospitals but in which one Dr Jacob has not yet decided While Dr Jnccibi was back in his own home the cable flashed news that Kochs experimept had resulted in a positive discovery He Immediately made arrangements to procure if possible some of the precious elixir Of course his idea was to conduct a series of operations with it in New York and 90 on November llth hfcabled to an intimate friend at the head of one of the best known German hospitals asking if he could pro euro for him a vial of the lymph On No vember 17th he received an answer in a single Latin word stating that his request would be complied with That the full story of how Dr Jacob will be placed In position to carry on the first made In America with the lymph DEAD OR ALiIVE Friends of a New Jersey Waiting for Developments MAYS LANDING N NOT Francisco Tbe littlevillage of Hammonton about twelve miles from this plaoo kiwi thrown into excitement by sigDS of Hfeip pnaring in the body of George W Fay of the uiost prominent wbo it WM su pposed died last Tuesday eycinlnK About ten or daji C ago found that Pay abscess of tine brain and later supervened and proapuriced At h badly swollen und his face Thursday were swiel
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