Salt Lake Tribune, November 27, 1890

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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah THE TRIBUNE 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 a Larger Circulation in this City alone thai the Entire Edition of any ctlic Daily printed in Salt City VOJj 7 7 fi Tp TODS SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY MOEETESTG KOVEMBEB 27 1890 PRICE FIVE CE2STTS Irish Nationalists Wizfi lie Conse quences of Their Folly He Maintains an Attitude of OfTon Hive o Meetings arid Por For eign News of Nov Parnell Itfs UiHtnlKhl siprned a request iisklntf Pur uill U convene a f the Nationalist members ot the Parriell cle cliniKl flespiU the firct thsit the rules tho pirty provide that ft mtutinff shall be called when twenty members Minn a request Several Farmjllltos cornphiiri that they wore not Informed of tho full facts In commotion with Udstmos jittltudo toward PsiriKill u sol in hlK loiter to when thoy ycstcrduy to retain Iarnoll In tho leadership A stormy Mccnn ncourred at tho meotm of the Purnollltos last evening After the letter from Gladstone to Mr Morley had made public tho action of MoCnrtliy In not rnaklriK known tho contents of tho at tho meoMnK I tho morning as re minus tod was severely criticized A rna jotity of tho Nationalists present lusbnltfh said thoy believed previous to tho In the morning that iarnell aftor renlec tlon would not tako active part In politic for a few months Thoy now believe f Gladstones letter had been road at th morning meeting tho result on tho motio to retain Iarnoll In tho leadership would been dilleront Gladstone and Morley hold n conference this forenoon to consider the situation Truth Labouchertja paper abandons Par null A li houjjh last night Parnoll refused to call a meeting of the Irish niombors of tho Oom tnons a meetinp was held today Parnell was present and presided Silence was ob served as ho entered tho room After call ing the mooting to order Parnoll explained Unit he had reconsidered his determination and called tho meeting tarnelPs speech at tho opening of tho meeting KUVO no indication that he intended to altor ills decision to rotainthe leiiderHhlp Nolan was tho only member present who favored retention in otiico McCarthy whoso frequent allusions to Patnoils great sacrifices for tho Irish cause wore applauded said ho hoped after duo consideration that Parnoll would see a way to retire for tho present and save tho sacred causeoC Irish Independence Sexton said ho rdtfroUocl that Mr Glad stones views regarding tho leadership had been withhold yesterday Ho sympatheti cally appealed to Parnoll to reconsider his position Tho question had assumed a now phase since the publication of Gladstones letter Personal considerations must bo sacrificed for the cause Parnoll maintained an attitude of rosorvo throughout tho mooting Flo hoped u cable from the delegates In America would roach London before the mooting adjourned but none was received Tho meeting lasted half an hour Thoro was a groatdivergonoo of opinion manifested throughout tho discus sion No definite nation was acrreed upon and tho mooting adjourned to i this evening The decision to roiifwtirnblo at r oclock was caused by tho hope that a dispatch would arrive In tho Interval It Is a fore gone In tho lobby that tho moot ing must result In Parnolls resignation it Is learned that after tho adjournmont of nitotln a strong fooling In favor of resigning the loudership was nuuilftsted but tho minority vohemontly opposed it The fooling that Parnell docolvod tho members of tho Irish party at tho mooting is so strong that a motion will probably he made at tho mootinp to bo hold todiy oApol him from thn leadership if ho refuses to resign Gladstone had fre qnini conferences his oulloaquos dur ing thoforenoon When Gladstone entered the Commons ho was loudly cheered by his Liberal colleagues Parnoll was present and occupied his usual stat Tho Nationalists mot again hut adjourned until Monday without action The Todays events had not relieved the tension but rather ac centuated tho complications of the situa tion The conferences held today prove a groat divergence of opinion exists but show that unless a vote of no runlldcnco is passed by his followers Parnoll will not abdicate Tho mooting this afternoon adjourned after nearly three hours of in order to obtain tho views of absent mem bers of tho party When tho party ro Monday It is probable that Par noU will again bo urired to re tiro by one sec tion of his supporters but f a vote Is taken it Is expected a largo majority will bo on his side The Welch members of tho party today resolved that the retention of Par noil would on use a postponement of home rule beyond tho span of Gladstones public life and thoy aro moro determined thnu ever to rally to tho support of Gladstone Many Nationalist members of are greatly annoyed at Parnolls ungracious treatmentof Gladstone A rumor Is current tonight that Parnell Intends to issue a man ifesto to the Irish people explaining and justifying his position At the Nationalist meoMugthls afternoon Kerry Sheerty Luno and Commlns urged Parnoll to retire McCarthy Sexton and John OConnorspoko In favor of his retiring from tho leadership All the speakers di lated eloquently upon Paruolls past sor vlcos Nov Ireland says the decision of and other fuithful friends of homo rule alters the situation Fidelity to Ireland overrides ildolity to Par nell A defection of the Liberals would in definitely postpone tho triumph of tho homo rule movement THS GERMAN BUDGET Kovoivuos and Expenditures Bnl iinoed at Over a Billion Maries Nov Gorman budget for the coming fiscal year makes tho revenues and expenditures balance at marks The expenditures aro divided as follows Permanent expenditures 007 marks nonrecurring ordinary nonconcurring extraordinary 309 For the army marks radro nro required than if 1SOO the greater portion beiuu needed Cor tho execution of the mil itary law regarding Increased effective strength For tho nftvy throo ironclads one cruiser one dispatch boat and eight torpedo boats are to bo constructed In A PORTUGUESE EXPEDITION The Fertile Plirteau of Bihc to Be Permanently Occupied LJWON Nov Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle news papers describe tho military expedition that been sent agtilust tho King of Bihe on fertile and populous platoaujnst east of i he mountains separatingIt from Anglo I Tho expedition is under tlie command Captain Arthur Do Palvo who has been for years ohe Portuguese chlof of the Boors who ago emigrated from Sou tli Africa and established themselves at Hunipivia iu Uie mountains eisr of Mnnosades Tho purpose of this formidable expedition to to liuiat flovero punisiiTuont upon the people of Pihe and to erect a fort for tinpermanent occu pation of the country Three hundred sol diers will bo left as a garrison andBallunda which is on the way from the to Hihe will also permanently occupied by Tho uual force in the expedition iirnounts to rnon PARNELL IS URGED TO WITHDRAW The Starving Peasants DIJBDIN Nov Crowds of people throughout tho distressed district of Swine ford County Mayo aro demanding work from the priosU and the poor law guardians Tt Is admitted by the authorities that within three weeks many people will be without food of any kind Tlio CarlNbad Damage Nov Tho medicinal sprlngo at Carlsbad wero not damaged by the floods but the loss through the destruction of prop perty in tho town is estimated at llorjns At Jena fiftcn houses foil uudsomo occupants wore killed Gladstones Catholic Bill LONDON Nor 2S lu the Commons leave was granted Gladstone to introduce a bill removing the disability preventing Catho lics from becoming Lord Chancellor of Eng hind or Lord Lieutenant of roland A Catholic Party LONDON Nov Rome correspon dent of tho iVcws says the Catholic leaders have Induced the Popo to permit tho for mation of u Catholic party in the Italian TwcntyEitfht Fishermen Drowned LONDON Nov H pale oil Offten Norway forty boats of a fishing ileot wore sunk urid a hundred and twenty damaged Twentyeight fishermen wero drowned Tho Argentine Gold Premium LONDON Nov dispatch from Bue nos Ayros says that yesterday afternoon gold was iinollioially quoted at 200 per cent Mrs OSheas Suit Withclraivn LONDON Nov suit brought by Mrs OHhea against her husband Ior on forcyinerit of tho marriage settlement Is withdrawn The Influenza Spreading BUDA IESrn Nov Is spreading rapidly Two thousand cases aro reported Tho disease has distinctly a typhoid character A Chinese Telegraph Liine LONDON Nov Chinese Govern ment lias consented to the erection of a tel egraph line crossing Pclcin and Siberian Ijymph Excluded liom France Nov French olllcials of tho frontier refused to admit tho lymph scub by Koch to A MAMMOTH RAILROAD BRIDGE YOKK AND JKKSJEV CITY TO BE Cars Can Thon JJo Taken at JSTow York for Any Uallroad Point in To Coat Fifty millions NKW YORK Nov Sau Francisco Chronicle Series A rnoetiug of tho Now York and Now Jersey Bridge Commissioners was hold today at which plans of tho mammoth structure wore di vulged Tho bridge according to tho plans will bo between Twentythird arid Forty foirrth streets and presumably near or at Fortysecond street Tho Jersey City tor minus will bo tho center of all tho great railroads coming to that city and tho depot can be reached by all tho roads at a grade ot not than thirtyone foot to the Tho Now York City depot will bo a mam moth structure about feet It will bo the terminus of all the great rail roads In the country including tho Erie pynnsylvaniu aud all the systems that ap proach Now York In fuel it Is assorted that at the depot tickets will be purchased and ours taken directly for all places reached by railroads In America All tho linos that VQ termini In Jersey City and adjacent cities will run their ears directly over the bridge thus access to the middle of thti olty without Whether or nut there will bo tiny local oars as on the Brooklyn bridge has not yot been determined but tho structure will be permanently a railroad bridge It will con sist of either a six or eight lino track with provisions for foot passengers for teams Tho bridge will bo 150 feet above water at high tide and over 3oOO foot long it is estimated that the bridge can bo built in thirty months and the depots ap proaches and all within three yours It is proposed to begin work next spring and to push It rapidly to completion Stock arnonnt to and bonds for will bo and It Is believed that this iiiuount will build the struoture MTt VIEWS He Anticipates a Cordial Under standing Between Home Rulers NKW Nov 11 Gill one of the Irish delegates said this eveningthat todays London meeting was postponed without action to allow the delegates here opportunity of consulting together Thoy will probably meet Friday at Oincin mti and Interchange views Gill warns the frlouds of tho Irish cause to beware of uisty conclusions Ho expressed disbelief n the alleged auger of tho Irish members at PurnoHs alleged refusal to summon a sec ond mooting and is eiiually Incredulous of statement credited to an Irish member that the party would follow Parnell evoii if enilo wore delayed fifteen years A ive crisis is undoubtedly caused by jlacistonos letter but the Irish members may be rolled on to act with patriotism arnell aud the Irish party will decide tho question presented to them by Gladstones etter apart from any personal considera tion whuujvor and wholly on consldera lon for the best Interests of tho cause which la the most sacred coucern of their Ivcs the probable decision of the party Jill would givo uo opinion He added that when PnrnolVs mouth was unsealed the jndgDumt which had been formed now would bo presented iu a different light Gill fools coufidout that tho next few days will allow all parties to consider coolly and enable a cordial understanding between the English aud Irish home rulers In a mari ner gratifying to tho grand old man and houorabioto the Irish people and Paruoll OBrien who is in Cincinnati sent a cable gram to the other sidethis afternoon earnestly recommending that the party opou friendly ooininuuloatlou with Glad stone They Bluffed the SAN FUASCISCO Nov from Victoria state that tho sealing schooners and Adlor have returned from Behcins sea with a cargo of sealskins They report haying bluuod the revenue aud thus settled all fears of at the hands of the United States Fought PortyFive Rounds OMAHA Noy fight at South OiaahiiiliVst nightbetween Mike Mooney and liaiTyAllen St Louis was a long drawnbub taniGaHair At the the to oon left arm was bioUon Thw light wus thereupon given REeoisieyeiED BY 00011 A Union Pacific Directory After the Wizards Own Heart SIDNEY DILLON SUCCEEDS ADAMS The Retiring Presidents Reasons for Jay Gould and Russell Sitgc Amonff the New Di Rates on the Western Branches to Be Advanced BOSTON Nov president of the Unipp Pacific delivered an address of resignation which was accepted and Dillon has assumed the oflice of president Following Is tho address of President Adams on resigning June 1884 T was chosen by your unanimous vote president of tho comnany and this action on your part has subsequently through six successive years been approved by the equally unanimous vote of tho stockholders The affairs of tho Union Pacific in some respects are more difficult of management than those possibly of any other similar corporation In the country Especially has this been the case during recent years Consequeritlj knowing that 1 represented only a body of stock holders and could not look forsupport to any laLgo concentration of capital I have always realised that It would bo futile for mo to attempt to manage the companys ailairs with a reasonable hope of success in the face of any considerable or active oppo sition of others on this board or among those entitled through ownership to clain representation on it As you are all aware changes both large and significant in character have during the course of financial complication now going on taken place In the ownership of the companys stock Interests with which I have never boon In sympathy ant whose confidence I fall to command have became leading factors in the situation and as a result of these changes my position has been rendered false and embarrassing Doubts both exist and have boon freely and publicly expressed not only in political but also in iinancial circles as to whether I longer represent a controlling interest lu the ownership of the and whethoi it be In my powerto make good the engage incuts into which I must necessarily seek to enter A continuance of such a state of afTairs can be for the best interest of no one nor personally am I willing to occupy a position of diminished confidence a moment longer necessary From a political point of view alone with Oongross about to as semble it is above all essential with proper regard for tho peculiar position occupied by the Union Pacific that whoever represents it should bo understood to represent clearly and unequavicully its whole ownership and thus speak with authority as to its policy This I no longer do accordingly I foci as sured that political and most probably fi nancial disaster also should hardly fail to result from the mutual lack of confidence existing at this time between the nominal but irresponsible head of the com pany and any considerable and inlluentlal interest among the stockholders whether such reciprocal distrust is on tho score of ability or character or method or motive Under these circumstances after acare f ul survey of tho whole am forced to tho conclusion that I can no longer hold my present position and administer tho affairs of thocompany either with satisfaction to myself or without dangor to the interests intrusted to mo I desire accordingly to olVor my resignation both as president of the company and member of this Tho resignations of Directors John P Spauldlng James A Rumrill and Samuel Carr were accepted and Messrs Jay Gould Russell Sage H R Hyde and A Ovr elected Sidney Dillon already a director was elected president Tho resignation of VicePresident Lane was not accepted and he will be retained In that position Tho directors elected Gould and Sage to the executive committee in place of Adams and Ruinrill Hyde and Orr to the financial committee in place of llumrlil and Spauiding and Gould to the committee on connecting roads in place ofAdams Dillon in ac cepting the office of president thanked the board Cor its expression of confidence and declared his Intention to do everything iu his power to forward the interests of the onipany The executive committee now consisting of Gould Ames Atkins Dexter Dillon Sago and Pltnnmor then went into session At tho meeting of the executive commit tee the name of S R II Clark vicepresi dent of the Missouri Pacific Kallroad was mentioned for the position of general man ager of the Union Pacific but no action was The committee adjourned without transacting any business of public Interest GOULD ON im WESTBUN SITUATION Gould In an interview with the news bu reau says The details ot nay plan are not yet worked out The Pacific North western Atchison Missouri Pacific and W abash are united in its favor and OIT just elected to the Union Pacific directory represents the David Dows estate which has a largo interest in Rock Island I have not yet seen the Chicago Burlington Quiucy people An actual consolidation would be a good thing but that is not yet possible under tho laws Whatwe want is a association superseding the present various Western Railroad Associations and the making of rates and distribution of terri tory and traffic to be with thatassociation In which is represented The stockholders must assert themselves It is all right when dividends are paid Then the stockholders are quiet but wheu the finan cial returns are not forthcoming there will be ari overturn just as in the National elec tion when times are hard there will be a change There are railroads enough in the Western country for the years Wewant now to intelligently develop the country and have it grow up to the capacity of the roads without ruining the sharehold ers by competitive rates which are an ad vantage In another interview Mr Gould when asked what his plans were in regard to the western branches ofthe Union Pacific said would be made to make them earn something This would bedone by a slight advance In rates which wouldbe sufficient to make the road pay He disclaimed knowledge of any deal with the Northern Pacific He said There seems to be an impression that I am mixed up in every thing but the newspapers would bo sur prised if they could see to see where my in vestments aro I dont scatter my They cover a very small amount of It was not part of his scheme obtain control of the Burlington Rock Island He lias coufinedhimself to a certain line of policy and tho i of embellish clearly what that The papers he that I went gunning tor Wanamaker but there is no truth iu it I have not bought any Reading stock I have all 1 can do to take care of my n attalrs without squeezing Wanamuker by bxiyins Gould said no steps were taken yet In re lation to any removals or appointments on tho Union Pacific He concluded with tin emphatic prediction that the financial prosj pects oithe country better than evei j Piesideut Dillon said ill au mteiview that his policy would be aU conflict ing interests and buld up the road THE OREGON IMPROVEMENT A Statement to Stockholders Ex plaining tho Situation NEW YORK Nov Oregon Im provement Company today issued an offi cial statement that it would default on tho interest of the first mortgage duo December 1st and bo unable to comply with tho sink ing fund provisions The floating debt amounts to in demand loans with new consolidated bonds as security The directors of the Oregon Improvement Company iu a circular issued to the stock holders showing why tho company is In an embarrassed condition says Tho Seattle fire the depression following the real estate excitement in the West and the consequent falling oilin tbo earnings of the Pouthern California route the decrease in the coal business oti account of tho fires in tho mines and labor troubles and the loss of the coal contract with tho Orogon Railway Navigation Company aro among thoermscs There fs now a floatin debt of Short time and demand loans and tho tightening money market inside it impossible to raise money to pay this and it was found impossible to provide for the Interest arid sinking fund payment on tho first mortgage bonds In order to prevent attachments on tho property in Oregon it was thought best to temporarily place the property in the hands of a re The Rock Island Reaches Lincoln LINCOLN Nov to Island extension from Omaha to this city was completed today and the junction nmclo with the Union Pa cific tracks here This line is fiftyfour miles long THE WHITE The New Ships Ordered to Cruise in the West Indies NEW YORK Nov Dispatch Francisco Ghrnnizlc White Squadron is to proceed during the month of January to the West Indies This is said to be the present determination of the Navy Department Tho be under command of Walker its present commander and will consist of the flagship Chicago and the cruisers Atlanta and The Boston will not be able to accompany tbo fleet owing to a break in her shaft The firstfobjootive point of the squadron will be Kingston Jamaica Admiral Walkersorders willdlrecthim to be present at the opening of tho exposition It is pro posed that the United States shall bo well reprossnted not only commercially but by the navy A Portland Fire POTtTTjAND The North Pa cific Hotel and buildings of the Oregon Pot tery Company were destroyed by fire this morning Loss fully insured NOWFAIRLYOH ITS FEET THE FAJB GISTS JEVJKBYTIllNtt IN SJHLAPJE The Exposition to Bo Firo to Blaiae Commlsaion Adjourns CHICAGO Nov 20 Tho Worlds Fair Na tional Commission this morning adjourned until next April leaving all in shape for a communication to bo sent President Harri son notifying him of the acceptance of tho site and plans and specifications of buildings for tho Worlds Columbian Exposition ac cording to the act of Congress One thing only now remains before President Harrison issues tho proclamation to the world fixing the date for open ing and closing the exposi tion a forrual notification from tho local directory that the Worlds Fair corporation has at command funds to the amount of This notification is expected to be promptly made The Com mission had 101 acrimonious de bato this morning over tho report of the Committed on Buildings and Grounds Com missioner De Young pointing out that the plans of tho buildings were merely in verbal outline without working plans and declared a loophole was left through which the local directory might come out with a lot of mere shells He moved that the buildings bo made of glass steel and iron aud fire proof After a lengthy discussion his sug gestion thilc the buildings bo fireproof was adopted and tho report of the committee then adopted Discussion of tho Sunday closing question was postponed until the directors prepare rules for government of the fair The lady managers also after they had received a communication from the Executive Committee of the Commission informing the board that it might adopt such measures and agencies to carry out its work as it desired subject to approval by the Commission The committee agreed to recommend the placing of a separate build ing or pavilion under control of the board and asked the members of the board to join the Commission in interesting the people of their States in the exposition Chairman Waller of the Foreign Affairs Committee today telegraphedMr Blame regarding the incident of day before yester day assuring him that neither the commit tee nor theCommission considered the State Departments movement in any sense a political one Some he added can discover politics in theLords prayer but they are fortunately neither numerous nor influential Governor Waller added that the report of the com mittee had been unanimously adopted Secretary Blaiue telegraphed thanks inre The Print Cloth Overproduction FADL RIYER Nov TREBTJNE San Francisco Chronicle An important meeting of manufacturers will be held tomorrow to consider the print cloths situation Now that has reached pieces with no prospect of decreasing the agents agree that some meas ures must be taken to prevent a further in rease a general feeling in favor of curtailment by stopping another sixtydays f Thanksgiving Ball 26 Special to The uniform rank Port Hall Lodge Knights of Pythias are hqldiBg a grand ball tonight tonights are in uniform Over seventy cou ples are inattendance Colonel ind lady led the procession in the grand j inarch J E Smith isr master of ceremonies A large crowd is present arid every bbdy is They Want No Pol i PITTSBTJRG Nov was reated In labor circles by euv that Glass Workers As sembly one of strongest organizations n the country proposed to withdraw of Labor should ill at order joia hands with any politicali illJLE BOSS iff TheLongLost OftDiscovered Youth jagged for Larceny BAILED OOT BY NEWSPAPER MEH A Wyoming Cattle Thief and Desper ado West Murder Said to Have Been A to Be Electrocuted NETT YORK Nov Francisco Chronicle Tho World says It is moro than probable that Charlie Ross the longlost kidnaped son of Christian Ross has at last been found Tho detective bureau at Now York police headquarters seem reasonably contldent that thoy have discovered tho boy Charles A Grant Chief Clork of the Police Commis sioners New York diligently worked a clue down to this point where Inspector Byrnes was consulted The lattors detectives wore called in The great Vidocq of tho Now York police apparently thinks it worth active otTorts and Mr Grant has been fol lowing the case diligently but quietly for several months and he now feels no hesita tion in stating that ho has located Charlie Ross In a Massachusetts city Tho World is aware of the boys present locution and lie will bo seen by a correspondent to morrow NKW YORK Nov Byrnes said today when ques tioned about the alleged finding of Charley Boss that there appears to be something in tho story One of his men is now in Boston trying to unntvol tho mystery it being al leged that tho boy is now doing time in one of the prisons there BOSTON Nov Byrnoss de tective Tom Adamsof tho New York Cen tral squad in company with a young man of 18 airivcd in this city shortly before midnight and wero driven to the home of our most noted Vidocq They are very mysterious in their actions The reporters learned that they had cotno for the purpose of looking at a young man who lies in prison charged with grand larceny and who is supposed to be Charley Ross The boy was the companion of this supposed Charley Ross in Now York The detectives plan is U have the boy gain admission to the prison and see the supposed Charley Ross and attempt to identity him by a series of questions which have been furnished by C K Ross for tho purpose If this can be successfully done Detective Adams will en deavor to obtain the boys release from tho Boston prison and will carry him to New York where ho will be confronted with C K Ross It is said hero by the prison of ficials that the young man supposed to bo Charlie Ross was not guilty of the crime for which he is imprisoned but that he Is suf fering for tho sin of another New York boy who was his companion OUT J3Y NEWSPAPER MUN Charles McChristy who is by some people to bo the missing Charlie Ross and who hasbeen In Charles street jail since November 8th awaiting trial on charge of larceny was released this after noon in S1SOO bail two wellknown news paper men becoming tho bondsmen His whereabouts wero not made public TITH USTJATj RESULT NKW YORK Nov a Boston date the World prints four columns about the boy bo Charlio Ross The con clusion states that after an extended interview Mr Ross failed to identify him and tonightstill feels that he is no nearer hJs child thanever SENSATIONAL DEVELOPMENTS A Stockholder in a Bank Charged With Taking Nov Francisco Chronicle Things took a sensational turn today in the trial of Harry bold charged with stealing from the Bank of Wheeling The defendant swore that ho did not tako the money but that it was taken by Harry W List of one of tho partners and himself a heavystockholder in tho bank Seybold said that the afternoon of April 10 18S9 List came to him and asked him to meet him at the corner of Twentysecond Market streets at 7 p m Defendant went there and shortly after List up having fortyeighty bundles of each wrapped up in a newspaper He told de fendant to take it home aud take care of It aud that if it was found out be would stand between him and trouble Defendant took the money kept it in the cellar until it be came damp then put it up in the garret to dry and lastly carried the packages up town and deposited tho bank tell ing the cashier he had drawn a prize in the Louisiana lottery He denied that he had ever made a confession to anyone ANOTHER ELECTROCUTION A Negro Will Sit in the Death Chair Next Week NEW YORK Nov Dispatch Francisco Chronicle is every probability now that electrical execution will be tried for a second time some day next week in carrying out the death sentence imposed upon Joseph Wood colored for the of Charles Rufiin colored The refusal of the Supreme Court of the United States to interfere in the case of the Tugiro on the issue that the sentence of death by electricity is cruel and unusual and there fore unconstitutional has taken from half a dozen murderers awaiting deathin tho State prisons practically their last hope Wood the negro confined In Sing be the first to sit in the death chair unless there is some unlookedfor delay in his WAS RAISED ON BITTER CREEK Whatthe Pensions Coist the subcommitteefofythe louse Appropriations Committee that the jension deficiency for the present fiscal rear would bo nearly For the conung fiscal year he estimates something over will be required on account of The Corrected WASHINGTON the corrected count given out tonight by Super ijatendent Porter the the United tUed at f A Wyoming Citizens Career Inter ranted by the Sheriff CHEYENNE Special to McKinney madenotorir by daring raidson theiWyoming ranges was arrested at GeriuR yesterday and jail He must an indictments for cattle stealing The pirate has been furnishing beef to the grade cacups through a butcher ofAlliance I MeKinney made a taking Byles and slightly was cor Trtiied in Clerks where with he was making a desertIjahdfilfng He had offered the night has four hundred cattleland about a hundred ThejKilling Was Entirely Unjustifi Hearing Postponed 1 BLACKPOOL Iduho Nov to preliminary examination of Phelps who shot West at the saloon Pocatello and Who oame hVre and gave himself up was postponed xictU Frfday Public almost in favor of West Tho wlt nesises say the murder was entirely unjusti fiable Phelps is hero in jail A Nebraska Oflicial Arrested GrrEHLKY CENTKIJ Nov to ExCounty Treasurer W S Weeks was arrested HI Scotia yesterday on information SHnl by tho County Attorney eharsing him with The amount of the defalcation 3s not known but it is said to amount to several thousand dollars About a year before Mr Woekss term of oflice a petition WHS cir culated isskiiis for nr of hie books but and his bondsmen set a counier petition in circulation protestmc against m investigation aud the matter was dropped A West Virginia Riot WnErxiNG W Nov by tho mfdnijrht tran there was a riot at Marion county tonight nun Mat Culvert and Grunt Johnson wore killed and a dozen others wounded No panicularfl Later ul vices are to the effect that nearly two hundred men engaged in tho riot which occurred at tho Baltimore Ohio dcpoc Tho participants wore liquor won and others who had been to Fair mount tho coanty scat in attend ance ujiou the grand jury All were moro or kiss under vho inllueiieo of liquor The trouble started in a personal row be tween MatCalvert and uiother man and before the thing was hettled nearly all the crowd had taken a hand and many used revolvers An Indian Killed SEATTLE Xv Snoho mish an Indian known accused Jerry Gould a rancher of ing his squaw and threatened to shoot un less hfi pnfc up a hundred dollars Gould refused when the Indian opened iro Gould shoi Beaver dead Other Indians took charge of Heavers body with wild lamen tations and swear vengeance Gould lied StiJl Mrs Miller NEW YORK Nov J Stewart of London began proceedings against Mrs Miller who is now a prisoner in Ludlow street jail to recover alleged to have been received from moneys deposited with the bankrupt firm of Field Lon dou Ann Arbor Students Arrested ANN AUIJOK Nov ex citement was caused this the arrest of live young men concerned in the recent row which resulted in the death of Student Dennison on a charge of man slaughter The case will bo pressed A Farmers Alliance Dissenter MITOHBUD S Nov annual session of the Farmers Alliance of this State was aderessedlast night by National Treas urer Ashley who said he was not in har mony with the Alliance being a political organization Meopposed tho SubTreasury plan aud Government loans saying Wo must not demand for ourselves what we condeirm in others as class Ills remarks didnot take well tho radicals A FAILS IT CARRIED TOO MUCH PAPER FOR HARD TIMES The Whitney Inabilities aro Over Five of Fraud in Connec tion Wifcli tho Gutlxrio Vail lire dispatch from Duluth says The banking house of Bell Oyster lias failed liabilities as sets The bank went on the bonds of Forreslal Brothers tho St Paul con tractors who failed sometime ago This led to distrust weakened the credit of the bank and made it impossible to secure cash to meet accruing obligations The bank an nounces that all deposits will be met in full The banks attorney said tonight that the failure was occasioned simply by the fact that the Hue oC discounts and rediscounts which the bank was carrying proved too large for times of such extreme financial stringency The West End bank was also closed WWST STJTERTOU Nov a eon sequence of the1 failure of tho bank at Du luth there WHS a run on the Bank of Com merce today and the depositors drew out Other banks came to its assistance tonight and confidence is restored The Whitney Statement NEW YORK Nov statement of theassigneeof C M Whitney filed Liabilities sets The statement adds that about of the liabilities are se cured debts owing baukers The largest creditor Mrs M L Whitney of New Orleans Is practically unse cured The assets may be largely increased by sale of securities belonging the firm upon which it is impossible to put a value at present Tho Guthrie Bank Fraud GTJTHKIE O Nov Is now In charge of the Commercial Bank taking an inventory of the assets The creditors aro trying to break the assignr ment claiming it was bogus and made fur the purpose of covering up the fraud which was undoubtedly perpetrated According to the sheriff the cash in the vaults does not exceed S500 j Prettymans Assets Trans ferret CHICAGO Nov E Johnson this moruing turned over to the Jennings Trust assignee of Prettymans bank all the securities documents con tents of the safe ofthat Institution Idaho Teachers Meet BLACKPOOT Idaho Nov to Birjgham County teachers institute commenced in session here yester day Thirtyfive teachers are in aUeml ance and more arc expected tomorrow The institute supervision of George Flagon County Superintendent Messrs Braodon of Roxburg Turner of Oxford Simons of Eagle Book and Faris of Poca tello arc rendering in conductingshe institute Ecgular classes in reading arithmetic geography gram mar writing and spelling have been organ izedand much practical work done To night they have an oldfashioned spelling match Two prizes will be given for the first andsecond On Friday nightpapers on educational topics will be read by different tcacbers On Saturday the regular examination will be held FROM METHODfSJWC TO HOME Mrs Senator Stanford Is Said to Have Become a Catholic CHICAGO Nov 26 A special from Wash ington says a rumor Is current there that Mrs Senator Stanford of California has be come a convertto the doctrines of the Cath olic Church and will shortly leave the Methodist of which has long been an earnest member and enter the church of Rome conversion of Mrs i Stanford the Critic says was brought about byMiss Helena sec A Message from the NOT rnTBUKK San Francisco Chronicle onthe Sunday contained a of paper on which WHS the following Foundered at bark Water 15th September 1890 Forward to 32 Bow street London Adrift in a boat and ten lost Signed A Cooliesfor Mexico SAN Attorney Mow ery of the Tehuatepec Kailroad Mexico returned from Canton where engaged 8000 to work on the railroad FIBHTiffG AT Ml KEDGH A Battle With the Indians Aetiaally R Progress A BIG UPRISING SAID TO BE CERTAIN An Alarming Report From South Da Hundred Armed Warriors Will Resist Short Bulls Wound Comes in for a Conference OJTICAQO Nov special to the Inter Ocean from Mlssoula says A fierce battle is said to bo in progress be tweon the military and Indians near Fort Kcogh Tho department has ordered threo companies of the Fort Missoula troops to the scone of troubltv Advices from various points say that lively sldrrulsblng is in pro gress all along tho CERTAIN TO BE WAR Two Ranchmen Who took for au UprisingSoon CHICAGO Nov Miles tonight received a telegram from Governor Melletto of South Dakota convoying intelligence brought in by Scotty Phillips a ranchman who was a scout in 1877 and 1S79 Tho Gov ernor vouches for his frood character and judgment Phillips expresses tho opinion that there will bo an uprising soon A few days ago twelve bucks wc11armod stopped ar his house on their way from Rosebud to a camp at South Pass creek They wore vciy surly and made threats A ranchman named Waldron also reports to Governor Melletto that Indians havo killed quite a number of his cattle recently Philips says everybody who has been among the Indians any length of time ex pects an uprising soon Short Bulls head quarters are at Pass crcuk where tho dance is going on Phillips and Waldron think it the point fixed for tho concentration of 1500 ariiied warriors and they say thoy wont give up Short Bull under any circum stances Short Bull is teaching them tbat thoy will bo made invulnerable against the white mans bullets Tho Governor promises further informa tion and renews his application for 1000 gyns with ammunition MiXNKArOLis Nov special from Pierre S says that tho statements made by Cattlemen Phillips and Waldron the substance of which was tele graphed General Miles by Governor Molletto tonight created much excitement there Phillips and Waldron are known to be inti mately acquainted with all the prominent Indians and their ways having married into tho tiibo and groat reliance Is placed in thelraasertlon that trouble Is cominp What makes tho matter morfc serious Ja tho report that the army offlcers have been ordered to arrest or capture Short Bull and some other Phillips and Waldron are sure that such an attempt will precipi tate bloodshed In caseof an outbreak grave apprehension is felt for tho settlers In the counties to the north as roving bands of Indians can scatter up there and destroy everything long before the troops cau catch The War Practically Over OMAHA Nov 1 oclock this Thurs day morning a special from Pino RIdgo gives information that would Indicate tho war practically over Ac least Little Wound the last of tho recalcitrant leaders accompanied by his chief lieutenants Yel low Hair Yellow Bear and Broken Arm came Into the agency tonight and havs signified their intention of holding a con ference with the agent in tho morning Lieutenant Taylors band of scouts are on route to Fort Robinson for equipment Restless Arizona Indians TUCSOISY Nov is an au thenticated rumor that the Indians on this White Mountain reservation are growing Costless and the officers at the agency ap prehensive Tho medicine men arc endeav oring to work up religious dances Lieu tenant Johnson arrested four of the most turbulent ones The informant believes emissaries from tho Sioux are endeavoring to foment trouble Coining in for Rations WASHINGTON Nov War Do partment this morning received news that the Cheyenne Indians have abandoned the war dance and come in for rations This 13 regarded as the most hopeful sign ot an abatement of tho excitement The 1200 scouts enlisted will it is hoped exert a strong peaceful influence through their family and tribal relations Six Thousand Indians at Pine OMAHA Nov special from Pino Ridge says An order was issued this morning postponing the beef Issue until to inorrow and ordering all strangers except newspaper correspondents off the reserva tion About six thousand Indians are swarming in and about the agency Oiio hundred more Indian scouts are being sworn No Bloodshed Anticipated WASHINGTON Nov Agent Cooper Ridge Agency Acting Indian Commissioner Bellthat the situation is unchanged v He does not anticipate bloodshed NO M ORfi SPEECHES The Tongue of an ExSenator En tirely NnwYORK Nov Francisco Chronicle Senator Ward of Newburg went an operation at the Boosevelt Monday which forever depriveshim speech His entire tongue by the surgeons Dr Charles McBirne chief of the hospital operation For a lone time Ward been suffering from a malignant throat ir affection vhich has lately threatenod his life and his friends and to vigorous s consultations were held and a determination to sucmlt to effort was made to save asnmch tongue as possible but made it was discovered that the so spread that nothing but complete sion could result in was specially difficult and biutyit was successfullyperformed andthei was left in the his 10 a 8 Nt T received Hampton wbUe out KIT h5m inithe seriousin juries Mrs 1 g5 ATfe vv tendered to Mrs at tko Fifth ;

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