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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE TRIBUNE is the only Sevenday Paper published be tween Denver and San Fran cisco and contains the only Complete Telegraph Service in the Rocky Mountains THE TRIBUNE has a Larger Circulation in this City alone than the Entire Edition of any other Daily printed in Salt Lake City VOL 277 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY MORiNTlSrGr NOVEMBER 2H 1890 PRICE FIVE CENTS A IE BOLE DISRUPT The Irish Persist in Forcing fame to the Front RATHER TOO MUCH FOR GLADSTONE no K ri fcl er W i rn If is Support and Tories Jhucklo with QjuxiiiH Spoch Nov Jmirntil siyH tin report 1arriftl IH to retire Is without foundation The stutrd that it would he bettor for Irish Ifho woiifl not atrond the coni IiiX sDKslun of 1arllunivnt IarncHH Biy they will not allow him to absent him self LONDON Nov hold a cou ftrciHt with MctJarthy this after noon In huildlni IianflcfJ a bnndio of oon iaiiihiLr nionmramla for his guldanco aH the Irish party A meeting of tho Irish Ilorno Rule mmn hors of Iailhunotit Wiis held today boforo the orirning susslon of ommnns Iur neil was jirosout He loudly us he entered room A motion was ninfh that Iunnull be reolocted chairman of tho Irish Iaillarnentary party and carried tinitiilmoiisly It was announced that Iarnoll will retain the liuuhirshlp at tho express desire of Iamell made an address to tho mooting In which ho thanks followers Cor ro eloctlon Tie said It for the Irish mem bers to decide whether ho should lend If their decision hud been nega tive or had there been uny diver sity of opinion ho would cheerfully withdraw from public llfo Nothing but conviction that his onlluiKiioM desired to still his services in ttulr common eauso induced him to resume a position In which his altered exposed him and them to tho attacks of thulr op ponents Tho Proas Association utatos that if Pur nell persists In retaining tho public leader ship of the Irish party Gladstone will to any amendment to tho ad dross In iuply to the Queens speech will immediately return to Hawanhni unr not appear In Parliament until after th Christmas holidays WHAT dLAOHTONB TIUNKfl OS IT At tht request of Gladstone Morley to Parni a lotlm1 writUn Motxlay U Morloy by In it Mr Q A f LIT using all tho moan l observation and roficotion In ruy powor IIJLVU arrlvtid at the conclusion that not tho splendid services rentlorec by Iurrioll fco country at tho prtwont moment In leadership would bo productive of disastrous In the highest lugroo to tho cause of Glndstoms Jidls further as an expression of ills conclusions Unit IurntiUs continu ance as loader would not plauu many frlonds of the Irish In a position of great ombarnussrnont but would run icr trladstonos niUsntlon of the leadership of tho Liberal party based asit ban been mainly upon tho pro of the Irish a nullity Thosti views ho says he had pffsonaliy lo MoCjirtiiy This of Ills vlrws hu bfggod McCarthy to regard as cunlldonllal If ho foiinl Iarnoll oo pliitiul spontanooiis action but ho also that MiOurMiy would nmUo known to I In1 Irisli party at todays that wns his ooiulusion If he should find Iarntll had not in any step of i lie natuni liiiiloatod 11 o ID lny li caso McCarthy should be un ablo cMimmuiiUato 1ariul In oimeluslon T havu thought it bist 10 put this in terms simple and cli riiM much 1 should have to allevi ate the personal nature of the situation as respects manner of conveying wliat my luiblle duty has matlo it an obligation to ft Is loarnofl that Gladstone had an Inter vltnv with Iarnfl bofqrn the publication of iht1 lottor and him to retire Tho lot tor caused luUuisn oxiitomunt In the lob bies Thrrn was n mottlnR of to but nothing was done Another was for toinornnv Several Liberal tiHve a at ton need tlielr with drawal Inun the campaign do The opinly assort that will stick liy lanuilKovun if thuy delay home ruli1 fr lifircii yinrs tonlriht mist At tho ho Ihl not1 inciitinn tlm with Morloy and ktonly Parnells nf his protest Tho Cunsmvallvos mid Unionists Khofully cliiit over tho split in tho oppusit ion Tho ntwspapurs in many Instances conimunt in tho stronjiist upon Parnoll fin flouting jiiicl his ccntorupt his Llhural allios OPINIONS y THIC riticss Ail tho papers comment frooly n tho Parnnll mat tor Tho suys It is tho rriror tht it places to jcolhor probauiy for tho last hue tho iKtmos of tladstmio and Tho Inticr will lind that Knirllslunun uro not to bo porsuadod out of their UMlS Vcirs ilsi says 1urnel bus tho with a larntsnlablo wiit cf ivnirlosy Wbntovtr haipoiis 10 Irish loader tho Liberal parry must bo SIM Ill The says If Turned docifloJ to tbo si will not be rtiinovod from Iht1 minds o Hnicllsh borne rulers Tim IsirnoUs action thiojitiMis to dissolve the homo rulf1 alliance more suddenly than It was Tho a nakos a savaco upou Oladstoiio that can conooal tho that it rests entirely with tho chief of i ho iTimiual ucnspiraoy lo close the oa n ei of iMioiulam Liberal loader with the most ignominious It says that no par allel oar bo Found for ypMerduys political Jiyiilay or tho position In which it loaves tho parties Tbo says When we call to mind all bat tihulstono has borne for Par nell wo can find no for ho baso of 1jirnolPs The Chronicle Davittd independence d In the actual cnltlvatlon of lane A rneasure having this object in view wilj be In id before you Vour attention will bo Invited to the ex pediency of alleviating the burden which tho law of compulsory education has within reotmt yours JmpOJiod upon the poorer por of the people In case time forfurther Khouh be found 1 have directed tho prutmrutfori of bills fur tho enactment of n reform system of the county government in Uj that put In opera tion for Grout Britain for the establishment of dlitinob councils for the extension of facilities for purchaslnp small parcels of land In Great Britain for amending the law In respect to the compensation payable by employers In case of injury of persons in Uioir employment for consolidating and tho laws relating to tho public health for the appointment of public trustees and for Increasing the security of frlomlly societies arid savings There was a full attendance at the open Ing session of Parnell mis pres ent and took I he seat ho usually occupies but soon re tired to the lobby When tho deputy speaker read letters announcing the conviction of Dillon and OUrien Parnell reappearfd and from the ftxtrome end of the bonches pushed his way forward to a seat on tho third bench Shortly after reappeared Ghuistono entered the House arid was greeted with loud cheers tht Icadlng of the Queens speech Hal four gave notice that ho would introduce four hills relating to Ireland Gladstone gave notice of the introduction a bill to romovo tho disability which pro vontCatholics from occupying tho ofllcos of Lord Chanccllor of England and Lord Loutenunt of Ireland moved d resolution simply thank Ing Ihn Quoen for the address Gladstone referring to Smiths announce ment of Iho Governments intention to take up the whole time of the House until Gov ernment bills read a second time said the Government had avoided reference Im portant mutters Was the Commons un dorstuml that thoro was nothing in the dif with the United Htutes regarding the Sou Ought the recent porsu cuUoiiS in tho Turkish Empire to bo treated with silenco Had the relations of tho Government toward tho Stanley expedition boon such lo make It the duty of tho Ministry to ascertain the Lrulh of the statements that tho reputation of tho English people for humanity Referring to Ireland ho said It was unfor tunate that tho Government was notoontent wllh stating the improved condition of the country but thoughtit necessary to eom plimont themselves about the improvement Tho members of the opposition were bound to express dissent The list o measures In the speech places tho Government In no responsible Was the Mouse to wall Indefinitely to learn how thoy Intend to deal the greatest questions Smith replying declared tho Government had tho strongest hopes that tho Behring negotiations would bo successful Tho Government took what measures wero practicable to abate tho sullorlngs of the persecuted poople of Turkey The Govern ment had no right to Institute an inquiry In the African matter as tho expedition was purely voluntary Ample measures would bo taken to meet the distress in Ireland After a few more members had spoken the address WHS agreed to This Is the first tlrno In fifteen years an address has been agreed to on the day of opening of Parliament Tho siuldon ending Is explained by tho fact that Gladstone Intimated tudtiy that glvo no countenance to any amendment to tho address if Purnell was reelected to the leadership tive Archduke John This is the third great calamity during in tho Jlups burg family his brother Maximilian hav ing been shot in Mexico and his son and heir Rudolph having committed suicide The Emperor went today to pray on the spot where Prince Rudolph died THE NEW BARING COMPANY The Old Association Cau Bay the Business Within Five Years Nov Baring has placed his large fortune at the disposal tho reorganized Baring Company as a re serve liability By the articles of associa tion the company agreed in six months no tice at any time before December Tl 189f to thobuslness to the transferors on payment of a sum equal to 120 per cent of tho companys paid up capital or wil convert then existing share capital into profered shares for the transferors at six per cent preference shit red at tho of 120 for each 100 for the now shareholders HIE ADAMS RES1 The Union Pacific President Will Re sign Bis Offiee ToDay A HYDROPHOBIA VICTIM Most STouug Harry Jics tho Horrible of Deaths NEVT YORJI Nov Francisco Chronicle Aleorn a popular young man of llusbrouok Heitrhts died a horrible death at his fathers on Saturday night barking PANDEMONIUM AT CAMBRIDGE The Argentine Panic B0KNOS A TUBS Nov premium on gold advanced from 225 and closed at be latter figure A financialcrisis prevails Several credit houses have closed Tinre was a tumult on the Jiourse The police worn called rjtiell the disturbance IAUIS Nov dispatch from Buenos Ay res states hat President lias issued a decree suppressing tho publication of the Bourse premiums on gold and i bilging bill discounters to quote tho rate of exchange on TCuropo LONDON Nov Arson tine pre mium on gold is rumortfl to have readied JjOO No other telegrams are received The Carlabud Flood Nov flood was caused by the bursting of a dam A volume of water feet deep poured through the streets The gas and water works are completely ruined Several corpses were found In Iho country but there is no loss of life hi Carlsbad proper A Haiti on Russian Refugees PARIS Nov warrants were issued for tho simultaneous search of houses of Russian refugees A report is current that the authorities are preparing for si gun era 1 expulsion of militant A Socialist Kiot BT3HLTN Nov street demonstration of Socialists was held at Hochum today The police wore called upon to disperse the crowds and in the melee several persons wore injured The police captured sired Hag Jews to Bo Expelled ST riETKfisnuiiG Nov Von noslc Minister of War bas ordered the ex pulsion of Jews from the Gaucacus BALDWIN PREPARES FOR RETI3EKEHT R P a Gould Favorite Will Come to the Receiver Ap pointed Tor the Oregon Improve ment of Its Oili tiers ThirtyNine Miners Lost UEFJMN Nov Jatost dispatches concerning tho flooding of the mine at Schansch show the loss of life was thirty nine A Sick Queen Nov Queen is suffering from MRS SALISBURY HONORED In tho House of Lords In tno HoufiO of Lords tonight Premier Salisbury In an address said tie would not say that Englands trade with Africa and tho colonies would immediately compensate hor for tho losa caused by tho new American tariff hub it would bo a motive for preventing territory in Africa from falling Into tho hands of nations who would exorcise a prohibition of English trade It WHS lamentably true that tho colonies did not allow the motherland free yet It was si fsict that trade of Australia Increaswi faster than elsewhere Keplying to he said lie could not discuss tho recent inanclal crisis as negotiations in progress wort of a confidential chiUacter iUigardlng tho troubles In Tlppurary he S4ild tho league combinations there aimed to defraud oppress and coerce tho honost trued PH The task of restoring prosperity to Iroland would be hopeless unless such com binations wore destroyed Tho Government was lirinly pursuing tho object of Increas ing the number of persons interested In laud n Ireland thus creating a moral and polii onl toroo which would frustrate tho olVorts of the political agitators LONDONS TUNNEL ROAD PARLIAMENT Her Majority Keconimenfls Legisla tion on Various Subjects LONDON Nov Immediately after the Commons was called to order today tho Queens speech was read The speech de clares the relations of her Majestys Gov ernment with those of various foreign powora unchanged Tho general condition ot Ireland has sensibly improved under tho salutary legislation which you have applied to it but 1 have learned doop regret that a serious deficiency In tho potato crop In certain parts threatens a recurrronoe of those perfods of severe distress to which tho population of tho western counties Js peculi arly exposed by the Industrial and econ omic conditions under which they live 1 trut the rawum res of my Government may mitigate the immediate and diminish the probability of Its return li appears to me desirable for tho Increase of content ment and diminution of poUticnl disturb ance throughout Ireland to take meas ures lor augmenting the number of owners A Novel Hallway System Fifty Feet Underground LONDON Nov n Francisco Clmmidc under which tho new city south London opened lust Tuesday by the Prince of Wales has boou carried outsooms destined to revolutionize oiu whole plan of metropoli tan railway construction Under it tho company which receives tho privilege of serving fclui public Is not worried by any troublesome questions connected with sur face soil and tho thousands of Interests of who live upon it They simply sink a shaft ilfty or sixty foot deep and then the grout bod of London clay is before in which they live lus froo as the molo to burrow their sun loss passages To begin with tho company bored a shaft like that of a coal pit shout ilfty feet deep They next dug out enough of soil at the bottom of tho shaft to give thorn room to work in and then sent down a huge stool cylinder upon sit both ends a little bigger than tho sixo of tho intended tunnel This cylinder had its rims on one side sharpened lo a cutting edge and placed with its sharp ouil against the wall of clay to attacked Hydraulic jacks were Thereupon placed against tho other oncl of the cylinder which was forced forward into tho London oluy for about two feet just as tho eheoso scoop is forced Into a choose As tin onginoerlng feat there can be no doubt of tho tunnels success and Mr to whom that success Is duo Is to be heartily congratulated upon having sot tho example in what Js practically a new form of construction As novel Is tho system of working which is U adopted when In a fortnight tho now lino is to be thrown opon to tho public In tho first piaw alldivislons of class and single and rot urn tickets will be abolished Tho travolor will simply pay down two ponce at the turnstile and bo admitted into tho sta tion He will then descend a lift to the levol of tho tunnel about fifty feet below tho roadway and will then enter the train either on the up or down lino according to choice Tho trains will follow each other throughout tho day like cabs in regular and frequent succession In this way thero will be no printing of tickets or of tlmo tables required nor will tho wages bill of the company be swelled by tho employment of porters ticket clerks and other officials Tho form of carriage Is to bo that of too ordldary tram car vehicles with seats along sldus motive force to be employed is tricot and it is believed that a pace ovor twentylive mlios per hour will be ob tained Tho whole experiment whether from construction and depth of tiiuuol Made a VicePresident and Lunched by the Harrisons CHICAGO Nov to 0 J Salisbury was elected vicepres ident of tho lady management of the ex position today and was entertained at tho Union Club with a Innoh party given by Mr and Mrs Russell B Harrison in hor honor GUICAOO Nov Thtvboard of lady managers of tho Worlds Fair snlouuid tho following vicepresidents Kirs Mrs Trauruan Now York second Mrs Burloigh Maine third Mrs Price North Carolina fourth Miss Minor Louisiana iifth Mrs Wilkin District of Columbia sixth Tvlrs Ashley Colorado seventh Mrs Ginty Wisconsin eighth Mrs Salisbury tltah ninth or vieeprosl dentatlargo Mrs Russell Harrison Mon tana Mil IJLAINE ON HIS DIONITV WASHVNCJTON Nov to tho objection made by some of the Democratic members of the National Commission at Chicago yesterday of the proposed work of the State Department in of okii exhibitors Secretary Elaine today telegraphed Chairman Waller of foreign Allairs Committee saying since tho work was considered partisan by some of the Commissioners the offer was withheld aud tho Department would await tho olllcial re quest of the Commission for any service it may desire A WARNING TO TUB BOYS BOSTON Nov Francis Adams openly stated today that he will resign tho Union Paciiic presidency at toMiorfows mooting of stockholders here OMAHA Nov to Manager Mellon and Ballwin assistant to Third VicePresident Kimball have gone Bast Mr Mellon goes to New York on affairs connected with the Union Paciiic Mr Baldwin Is believed to be preparing for an Impending retirement from the companys service There is quite a probability that E P Vlniug formerly freight traffic manager of the Union Pacific Railroad will again soon become prominent in Western railroad observed a wellknown railroad man this morning Mr Vining was known as one of Jay Goulds most trusted officers notwithstanding the fact that he was prob ably tho most unpopular oflicer in the West lie Is today unquestionably the ablest trallic manager in the country and no doubt would do more ro increase theoaru ig capacity of the Union Pucillc than any other man who could be named He has ilso been on intimate personal terms with Mr Gould and it will be very surprising If ic Is not culled into some prominent posi tion with the new management The case of the Chicago Rock Island Pacific Railroad Company against tho Den ver Rio Grande in which the plaintiff isks that the defendant be restrained from ibrugating its the Rock Island the use of its lines in Denver came up for final argument in the United States John Harvard Adorned With a Red War Dance CAMBRlOrtK Nov TRIBUrE Francisco Chrfmide Series The John Harvard is red It may bo Crated at tho outset that this rove rend father of Cambridge College has been like a dog and trying to bite those whom he j thus posily decoratod by permission Of the warned in his lucid moments to keep away j fjiculty and it is not with red paint that from him Nine weeks ago last Tuesday o young Aleorn was bitten through tho right hand by a large dog which lay in wait for him by tho roadside Tho big white bull dog was owned by Charles Hoffman of Ruthor ford Aleorn cried out when the dog at tacked him in the dark and Kip Aekermnn ind Henry Kiels ran to help him They chased the dog ofT the into the cellar of Kiels where the brute was shot A looms wound did uot heal for three weeks Tuesday night tho young man fel ill and complained of a feeling of suffoca tion Some friends thought his illness was caused by the excessive use of cigarettes Wednesday afternoon the bitten mar stayed at homo and toward night became violent lie bit his brother twice once 01 tho arm and a second time in the side Hy podermic injections of morphine were given repeatedly to quiet the patient would rave and run around the room after his relatives and attendants When water was given him ho shuddered and was un able to it lie said ho had hydropho bia and declared ho would not llvo through it I havo laid under your wagon many a night watching said Harry who imag ined he was a dog Im mad and men are coming with shot gnus to kill One con vulsion followed another and froth flowed from his mouth and formed a pool on the floor The morphine quieted him until na ture gave out The young man of 22 died Saturday looking like a man 01 50 ESCAPED A FEARFUL DEATH A Clerk Bound Gagged and Lett in a Burning 33uiiling NRW YORK Nov Dispatch Francisco Chnmiclc Gviltin a clerk 20 years old employed In Alva C Orcutts mens furnishing store on Main street New Eochelle according to his own story had a narrow escape from an awful death being gagged buund and left in a burning store at ii little after 1 this morning Griffin went to the store at 10 last night aud after examining tho place as was his custom secured the doors putting out the light went to bed In a small room back of tho store A little after midnight he says he awoke a sense of suffocation to find himself hound and gagged Through the dim light burningfrorn n bracket over his bed ho stw this face of a man bending ovor court before Judge Caldwell today Tho j him He struggled to release himself and evidence in the case Is very voluminous it will probably last for several days Something to Bo Pasted in Every Cigarette Friends Hat Nov Dispatoh Francisco Chronicle Haley a slxteonyearold Newbnrgh youth is tho latest victim of the cigarette habit in this vicinity He has For years been accus tomed to smoking thorn and now his mind is badly shattered and he is a mental as well us a physical wreck On Saturday after noon he was found roaming the streets bare footed bareheaded and only half clad Tho boy was taken to the police station and was jvflorward removed to the almshonse for treatment Tie will probably be committed to some institutionfor proper care as his parents can do nothing with The Court Takes Charge of the Oregon Improvement Affairs POHTLAND Nov the United States District Court today a decree was granted appointing Joseph Simon receiver of tho Oregon Improvement Company with1 bouds at J C Halnos general attorney for the company says the company is solvent and its property in Oregon California Washing ton and Montana is worth The application for a receiver was made by President Smith through his attorney It Is stated that In order to secure the credit of the company under the present financial situation it was necessary that a receiver he appointed The application all tho properties of the company aresubjoctto a Hen The interest on tho outstanding first mortgage per cent on four and a half due in December and the con pany is unable to meet the payment un less the court takes possession The Iftirrn ors Loan and Trust Company is the princi pal creditor General Attorney Halnesi said the man agement wanted to preserve tho company from being broken into fragments and sold under attachments If It can keep the business going until the financial stringency is over there will be no trouble in meeting all obligations The companys property is worth fully ton millions while the total ob ligations do not exceed seven millions If the company Is not every dol lar will be paid oil Nuw YOIIK Nov Evening Pnst quotes Treasurer Smith of the Oregon Im provement Company as saying that he ex pected to bo able soon to issue an address explaining tho whole situation to tho stock holders In the meantime he would say the company was in a prosperous condition and bad earned and paid 3 per cent on its capi tal stock Tho receivership in the interest of the company and the bondhold ers would be fully protected One of tho directors Is quoted as saying thereis no question of the solvency of the company THE OGDEN WILL CONTEST the man told him that if he did not remain cjuiot ho would be killed Then Griflin says another man caino into his room who also wore a mask and was followed by a third The three men held H hurried consultation and thoy went out into the store and leisurely began to loot the plaoft After gathering all their booty they sot flro to a lot of paper boxes on the door locked tho doors and made their escape Griffin says that he lay spellbound for a time and then frenzied by tho sight of the flames eating their way through the shelv ing be made a desperato struggle and rolling off the lounge crawled to tho door of the front entrance where he wns found by John Lasher a cleric in the Huguenot Hotel who was about to retire and who had heard Griffins cries this old Puritan is adorned but with lino a red uid rod of ribbon around his brow ever decked a Roman Senator At 10 this morning Lloyd Garrison oneof tho most prominent men in college wrapped red bunting around old John Harvard in tho form of a toga Nor is John Harvard alone gloriously rsl All Cambridge is rosy today for the Harvard boys are celtbrat ing their foot ball victory over Vale store brilliant in rod bunting ami every college building and dormitory is ablaze with light white and red green and yellow In Ltavitt Ploroes the side of the store is covered with immense crimson cloth in the center of which ave several old shoes worn and tailored labeled Sandals of Valo Walking is tough from riprlugQold to New etc At 7 oclock tho students lugan to gather on Harvard Square and at headed by a life and drum corps composed of students and a brass band thoy started through the principal streets The procession hud hardly reached the field before the biggest boniiro ever kindled on Jarvis field was lighted When the blaxe was at its night 100 men seized the ropes of the conch in which were the eleven and dragged it around cheering thorn loudly Then a monster circle of fully men was formed and around tho lire they danced cheering continually and looking for all the world like a lot of redskins getting ready for battle THE RECORD OF FAILURES MASSACRED BY INDIANS A Herd of Jgeney Catfle ia Cold Blood NOTHING MORE SERIOUS REPORTED Sitting Bull Is Regiment of Cavalry Sent From New The Ghost Dance Strikes Iwlian Quiet at tho ciea Nor special from Piorre says Everything ia quiet at the Cheyenne agency At a hostile caiiip on Cherry creek however yesterday several turbulent Indians captured the en tire herd of cattle which was to bo slaugb Voivd for their monthly rations and taking them to their village issued them to suit themselves The white men in charge dared make no resistance THEY ALL SEE CHRIST the A BIG DETIlvHT IN Its Assots a Million and H Bankers and Com mission Morclmiits Fail DETROIT Nov aggregating were filed by the Potts Salt and umber Company today This is looked upon as the forerunner of an extensive fail ure Attorney Lucking says It is optional or the creditors to selxo or permit the less to continue The assets at par value ire worth twiee the indebtedness but in of forced sale tho result will be bad Mr Potts has been sick a long tlmo and by oaie the embarrassment of tho company is to bad management during his ibsonce It the liabilities of the iompany amount to and the as ets to mnch of which is hard to eallzo A BLAZE AT BUTTB Out DEEJ SEA EXPLOITATIONS novelty of system of working or application electric propulsion is a most remarkable ona and will bo watched with tho greatest MOURNING IUS LOSS The Austrian Emperors Third Great Affliction During His Reign Nov San Frariotew Chronicle Em peror of Austria Is represented as deeply1 cast down by the probable fate of his reia Selecting a Route for a Cable from Canada to Australia OTTAWA Nov is received of the second seasons work of the manof war deputed to make a systematic examina tion of the bod of the Pacific ocean with the object of discovering tbo host route for a cable from Canada to Australia The deepest sounding obtained south of the equator was fathoms Unfortunately tho natural bottom at this great depth was lost through the wire purtini Three islands of the Phoenix group wero surveyed In sufficient to ascertain their suita bility for a telegraph cable The British Hag has been hoisted on all the islands vis ited which were not under the protection of other powers Mental Strain Mental exertion of is something that tires the average African and writing a letter just breaks him Colonel Yerger has a negro man named Sam employed about tho place and theother day Sam wanted some clerical work done He said Boss I want yer tcr write me a letter to my gal in All right Sam Ill yer got de paper an de Ink an do pen ready dar Yes Sam go Austin A 11 got hit writ A 11 of hit What has yer written Read It to me Austin Oats right Now de four All right Mas yer got it down already Gway boss to boah you has got hit down all right Now boss read it all ober from do berry y Austin Juno right Whew sny es res a while My head aches like it was gwine to spllu The Saine Points That Were Involved in the Tilden Will Case NEW YORK Nov Dispatch Francisco Chronicle con troversy presenting precisely the same confusing legal questions as were involved in the construction of the Tilden Trust clause in tho will Samuel J Tilden has arisen in regard to the construction of one of the clauses of tho will of the late William B Ogden who died leaving an estate valued at The construction of this clause in the will is the subject of a trial be gun today before Judge Patterson in part 1st Supreme Court special term In his will executed ia August 1S75 Mr Ogden named as his executors and trustees his his brotherinlaw Ed ward L Sheldon his nephew W G Weeeler of Chicago W E Strong and Andrew H Green of this city Fie divided his estate into twenty shared and directed that the income of one half of these shares be devoted to such charitable uses as a majority of my executors and trustees elect and appoint during the lives of his widow and Mr Sln3ldon and on the death of both that the priocipal be de voted to charitable purposes agreed upon by u majority of the executors and trustees It is claimed on behalf of plaintiffs the heirsatiaw comprising the iiepbeTs and nieees of Mr Ogden that under the laws of this State the tnist in question Is void for the executors and trustees defend ants in the suit it is contended that as the bulk of the estate is in the States of Illinois and New Jersey and as the value of tho ostate in this State is much more than the amount of the charitable legacies and that as under the laws of Illinois and NQW Jer sey such a trust is that the executors may resort to the real estate in this State to aatisfy the legacies The Weekly Star Burned Fatal Boiler Explosion BOTTB Nor to TRIB Western Star a weekly paper published in this city was burned out about 10 oclock tonight The officewas In a basement and the lire had gained great headway when It was only by tho greatest exertion that the remainder of the block was saved A new job outfit had recently been put in making tho loss much heavier A recent invoice showed 55300 in machinery and stock and tho loss will fall but little bolow tuat as the insurance was nominal No cause can be given N boilers in the mill of 0 IX Sut ton South Bay exploded this morning Six were killed and a number fatally Injured The mill took fire and burned to the ground CHBBOYQAN Nov mil lion feet of lumber aud stocks of the Cheboy gan Lumber Company burned this morning Loss S200000 SEATTLE dwelling of Arthur Harold was burned this evening A babe was burned and his wife and daughter were fatally burned BIG POTATO They Did Banking and Commission at Memphis aud New York NKW YORK Nov H Alton bankers and commission 21 and 33 Broad street have made an assign ment with liabilities millloii The Qrm is composed of ThornHS and Henry Al len Memphis and Richard Alien New York MEMPHIS Nov 8Al len one of the oldest cotton factor firms In the have failed The an nouncoment caused a sensation The firm claims to be able to pay dollar for dollar The liabilities arc assets The assets consist largely of plantations In tho Mississippi valley Offers of assistance were tendered the firm yesterday by the banks but declined No aionled Institu tion in Memphis will suffer by tho suspen sion as they aro amply secured The New Gospel Presented to and Arapahocs LAWRKNCE Nov Abnet a Cheyenne ludJan from tho Cheyenne and Arapahoe reservations Indian Territory says the Messiah craao has taken bold of the Indians there They are becoming very restless A Sioux aoting as a missionary came from the North to teach the new re ligion to he Southern tribe Ho preaches to them that anyone who does not believe tho new religion will be destroyed aud so upon the imaginations of those poople that they fall prostrate to the ground and while lying theie the missionary protends to cast some spell on them rlso they declare they have seen tho now Christ at once join in i ho ghost Thonew re ligion has also spread to Cotaan ches and Apanhos KANSAS CITY Nov special from Arkansas City tells of excitement among the Indians of the Territory over the Mes siah craze A delegation of PoDcas Missouris and lowas returned to the reser vation today from a pllgrimago to tho Cheyennes where they learned all the latest news of the Messiah Those Indiana dwell on adjoining reservations and will in augurate the ghost dance Friday SETTLERS HOUSES PJLUNDBBKIX Wyoming Takes the 974 Bushels on One Acre r NEW YoiiK Nov hundred and seventyfour bushels of potatoes have been grown on one acre of land in Johnson county Wyoming this season This wins the first prize of several hundred dollars offered by the Agriculturalist for the largest yield of potatoes on one exact acre large crop was that of R A Chisholm Del Norte Colorado of S47 The PanElectric Case Dismissed bill of com plaint of Kodgers against exAttoineyGen eral Garland others involving the ownership of the PanElectric stock was dismissed in the court general term this afternoon Lost Faith in Clairvpjrance At least one South Side girl faith in the subject of clairvoyance In answer to a newspaper advertisement sho sent Si together with a lock of her age and personal characteristicsto ia clairvoy ant at Cincinnati resting secure in the be lief that no one woulu ever know anything about it The result pleased hersq much that her secret was in trusted tK a half dozen friebds and the story is out The voting liidy bad signed itiaiss th us P N iijsteudrof Kannle N By return a1 forecast of her which amohg other Dovers Calamity DOTER N Nov Democrats elected their candidate for Mayor today for the first time in the history of the city The SCory of Aluminium 1 Aluminium bronze of ten per cent it Is claimed has a breaking strength of pounds as against pounds for steel Bonce when the time comes which cannot be far distant for building bridges of alum inium or its alloy we shall have a structure about onethird the present weight and much stronger The same considerations may be urged infavor of rails with the ad ditional advantage which aluminium pos sesses of hardening under hammer blows This granulation the most serious defect of iron and steel will be entirely obviated Furthermore it is well known that nuvlle able iron will not recast to advantage so It JOooks Like Crookedness CHICAGO Nov JudRo Prendergast to day overruled a motion to rescind the order appointing a new assignee for Prettyniaus bank in the place of Charles Johnsos At a meeting of creditors Johnson made a ment that only was in the vault when he closed the bank Saturday night Assignee Johnson made some damaging ex pressions during the examination regarding tho interchange of monies and securities by Preltymans lumber company and the bank The exaiuination will bo continued to morrow New Jersey Canners Assign SALUM N Nov 25 ners have assigned Liabilities assets Six Hundred Rosebud on Marauding Tour OMAHA Nov special from Ridge says It ia learned tonight that In dians are en route from Rosebud ib linn drcdstrpug plundering derated houses along the route apd also killing omttle and feasting on the fresh beet Seventyfive Cheyennes werecnlJstodas scouts by oral Brooke toivjsht A watch ia being kept over Red Clouds band as It Is feared Bixnill raiding parties are preparing to start from bis camp There wero no disquieting de velopments at Pine Bldge today The Issue of rations goes on Mitny are coming in for them and aro treated tho sanio as the others Scouts who arrived this evening report that the ghost dancers havo concentrated their forces and tomorrow Little Wound will rido in for a conference with tbo agent and General Brooke Until yesterday a large percentage of the Cheyenne Indians wero camped with Red Cloud butthoy have moved away from his camp and established their own This actionand tho willinguesa of the Cheyeniuis to enlist as scouts engen dered a bitter feeling betjroen the two tribes and the alliance of the Cheyennea with tho military which is taking place is likely to make tho Sioux evou more bitter toward the soldiers than they havo been The ranches which tho Rasobud Indians have been raiding were vacated by tho oc cupants when the exodus of oc curred two weeks ago There la no danger of any loss of life Colonel Whcaton arrived today with several companies of infantry and he and General Bzooke had a long con sultation the purport ot which ia learned SITTING IS UGLY Another Brolcer Pails YORK Nov The suspension of J C Waldron is announced on too Stock Exchange MRS PARTINGTON DEAD B P Shillaber Humorist Journalist and Poet Passes Away BOSTON Nov PenhaJlow Shillaber familiarly known as died this morning at Chelsea ajrod many years lie was a vjctlm of rheumatism Lie died of heart d having within a short time been prostrated by tho latter affection Benjnmia Pcnhallow Shillaber was born at Portsmouth N in 1814 After a district rchool education he entered printing ofHoc in In 1832 he removed to Boston remaining there five years he went for n to British Guiana In 1830 ho became editor of the Boston Pott which portion he retflimd for inn From 1851 to 1853 he of n iomic naper called Tkz CarnelBaq and from lo SGG be conducted the Saturday Jfociriruj ivztte lis Life md Sayings of Mrs Purlin lim a worldwide reputation It had beon pre ceded by Rhymes Uith Reason and and wnsfollotved by ton Lints in Pleasant In lS7i be the Ike JivoniJe with Ike itnd His lw followed with Cruises with Captain JJob a d Jn he If the Soldiers Como for Him He Will Declare War MINNEAPOLIS Nov TrCnmet Standing Rock special days Two scouts re turned today to Port Yates from a visit to Sitting Bulls They ound Bull aud his adherents very ugly Ho told them ho understood the soldiers wero coming to take him but ho had his runners out and on the lirst news of soldiers he and his people would leave They havo abandoned the white mens bouses saidMievand will not return to them The supposition hero is that If Sitting Bull hoars of serious trouble at Pine Ridge or i the military attempts to take him he and followers will make at once for the lower agencies thereby declaring No Danger at Fort Bennett S Nov party of Pierre people have just returned from Fort Ben nett where they witnessed the issuance ot rations to tho Indians emphatically deny any danger of an outbreak at the Cheyenne agency although tho ghost dano ing is still kept up to some extent Troops to Guard tbo Border WINKIPKG Nov information is received from the Dominion Capital that the military forces here are ordered to be in readiness to proceed to the later national boundary to prevent any American India DC collection of i who are thought about on the war Lines in Pleasant Places and other Q Nov James Milton Smith died SMITH WAS GAMEY the Providence Negro Finishes Him in TwentyThree Rounds NEW YORK Nov lonirexpecied glove fight between George Godfrey ored of Providence and Ed Smith oi Den took under the auspices of the Puritan Athletic Club that the loss to railways from such defect is I Long Island City and resulted in a victory considerable But the addition of 1 to 5 per for Godfrey Jerre Dunn was the referee bruuet Is the to itiarry Bewnre of a ta Ise friend who seeks tciestrange jy ou i he wishes to wod live ItMig andbe Vili train lore bf the girl you ought foraarry yoii seen nluch trouble Mali cent of aluraioiuui to an ingot of such metal infuses it with new life and renders it more tractable than when in its original state Therefore in applying alntmnium to railway economy and construction it offers all the advantages of being stronger lighter and more perfect than other metals while at thelsame time It Is indestructible from oxidation fire or granulation and when al loyed with steel or iron transfuses to them all of these Aluminium is also far other metals and without annealing will undergo all the severest manipulation of tools whereas brass or copper to undergo the same test would require several riealings It is so pliablethat It also admits of being pressed by dies into all shapes and figuresrhence the interior decoration of panels friezes ot ornamental finish can be fromthe niost difficult designs of the f act that aluminium never silver whiteness j or polish coach constructed with audlieldthe 82000 Prom the start It was plain that Smith was overmatched He made a game fight however and sev eral times resumed work though apparently done for Godfrey gained the advantage In nearlv every round and In the twenty third landed a heavy righthander on Smiths ear Smith staggered and nearly fell and as he was making an effort to aeaiu put np his hands Referee Dunn stopped the tight giving It to Godfrey An Anierlcan Winner V1 SYDNEY Nov 25 prizefight took place today between Choyriski an Ameiican and an Australian named Fogarty battle resu Ttod in a victory for Choyhslti path from crossing Into British torritory or inciting the British Indians to Join the uprising The Sixth Cavalry Under N Nov Carrar commanding Fort sned orders to get the Sixth Cavalry ready for transportation to South6 The Quartermaster the pffl cers of the Atlantic Pacific road here t have a special train leave tonighfc Mrs Ray Hatnfltoa Pardoned TRENTON N Nov Hamilton was pardoned thia afternoon by tbe Court ol Pardons FKTEK THE M1BKR of Twenty MILWAUKEE Nov ypllilam ClaTke owner1 ari electric light today tbe bank nearthe The robbers ei depot A Mil re Sent to BridewvfV For rtisw YORK Nov 25 San Francisco Mueller was today Rent to the BridewelVfor sixty days tor on Mueller is the owner of of lead In the town of Cicero and and bonjU besides which bring his fortune up estimated value of tbreequartereot e mil lion Foryears he In the mostabjeot GWnlght the goldthe old miser hovel bothiug he bw been Im   

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