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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 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 2 1 7 LAXE CITY UTAH FKTDAY PRICE FIVE CENTS AGH bu that the importation of mcfiicrnes tho com Hi rmsition of whicli is not known is illoguJ a 1 iw prohibiting such imports being in ex Paracll Supported fcy the Irish and Snubbed by the E GLADSTONE LEAVES THE CHAMBER The ParnollitcB Support BnlfonrH JParlminontury Pro FriuiJOH KnorisioiiH Debt Why IiYoneh KochH The Netvft of Nov Hcaloy and PurnHI had Tho fool ing among ttin IK fuviirsililti in Iarnoll thiin and Mm opinion Umy will suHtaln him lUHly Is vory riMnont fmd refusos to say anything ulwiit thu frisli luaclors inton to lio In buoyant and splonfMd health A notion aim occurred In tho Commons wluti Iarncll wfiiit U vuU on Pinmill had to pasrt the LiU uyal and Ills lalu ulllos studiously Mini It IH that If Parnell remains in the lnalorship Sexton and otlior Irish riioiiitifrs will olTor Lhomselves for ro flrci in order to test tho fooling of tho dec MIS iic 1ioss ussoelation says that Parnoll lio iias unfairly trnatod iiy sunnot his volloaguos who practically owe to him Ho aluo Htrcngly nhout Gladstones attitude and is moro ckitornilrnxl to remain If Mondays mooting opposws him ho will ap peal to tho I Hah pdnplo Journal Hays Parnoll will ISSUH i manifesto to tho people moanwhilo asks thorn to HUHpond juclginont Labouchere written to Parnull asking him to withdraw Earl Sponcor In a Bpeeoh tonight while Iarnolls work said tho opinion of tho Liberals was cloarly against Parnollri contliuianoo as loader It ho did not roLlro the Lrlsti oaurto will bo rolled and 1C would bo a mighty misfortune to both Ire land and Empire Tho again appeals to Parnell to ac cept Lord Spencers calm advice and not giro his followers tho painful duty ot ro jocting him I is undopstopd that at Mono ay s meet ing of the Iarnolllto niornbers a resolution will be proposed rocognlxlng Parnells groat sorvlcos but calllriK on him to resign the leadership One of closest personal friends declares that Parnoll regards tho to expo him as a raclioul rovongo for his support of the royal grants lastsunmior anJ that ho will resist to fcho last this attempt to destroy tht Indopondenoo of tho Irish party and make them tho moro appendage to the Liberal LAND The Liberal Leaders Retire and Par nollJtos Support BaUour LONDON Nov the Commons to day Sponoor askoci the Government In view of tho recent financial crisis to introduce a bill to amorul tho bank act by providing for Issue of onepound notes Halfonr Introduced an Irish land bill tto suUl the Govorumontri policy was the same as In 1880 but for simplicity tho bill had boon out In half Both portions however aro practically the some as In thebill of ISSft Ono variation of the prosnnt bill from that of last your was that It mut In some dfgiuo 1arnoHs vlows In regard to thn prlvilogo of purohasos Th excluded all purely farms and farms whoso ton ants did nut reside on them Tho limit of twenty years purchase objootod to at tho last session had boon removed In regard to Increasing tho power of tho local authori ties Italfoiir said it would bo absurd to loavo It to communities under tho Incite ment of agitators to detormlno whnthor they should adopt remedy going to lhu root of ugrarhin discontent If they woro to havo local control in any form It ought to bo hy a plebiscite of rato payers muUiling thorn under safeguards of Mm bal lot to vote upon tho of granting a contingent portion of tho guarantee fund for oaoh county moved an amendment against tho Imperial credit for tho pur chase of land until tho country should have glvon consent at tho gonoral election Uo iJIadstono TTarcourt and Morloy walked out boforo vote was takon Parnolland nil Miu PamollUt members voted with tho Government Tho bill was thtn glvon a first reading amid the cheers ot thGov ernment supporters When tho ParnoHHos wore locking Into division lots to veto on LahonehonVs amendment thero was asiiddon movomont apparently inslitfRlod by Iloaly who with Soxton and a number of othtrs turnod bnck and abstained from voting whilo iurnoll and thirty others supported the Govornmont tho house arose a hur ried mooting of Nationalists was called in tho omiforonno room Tarnnll was not pres ent and groat seortxvy was observed as to what A FAVOKKD PUINOESS Over Six Foot Tall niul tlvo Possessor of Millions PARIS Nov San Chronicle the visitor of Madame Carnot at tho Rlyseo Palace during last week have boon tho Crown Prlnco and Crown princess mark The latter Is famous for being the tallest and wealthiest princess In Europe Her stature Is iibsolutoly jilfrantlo over six feet two and x far as her fortune is concerned she Inherited from her mateinal grandfather irinoo Frederick of tho Netherlands besides tho entire wealth her father tho lato Kini Chavlos o Sweden Sho is extremely fond of Paris a fact which is perhaps attributable to tho existence of Krtaiyh blood In her veins her fathor hiLVlne tho famous KrtMioh Gon Hernadotto who was adopted as heir to the Swedish throne by tho childless King in ISO Francos Knormous Debt PAHIS Nov ton presented the budifot oommitteo a report on tne tlnanoial situation of Franco showinp Estimate debt of tho country francs nominal capital francs nominal rato of interest per cent and actual rato per cent This continues Is tho public dobt In the world but tlio French credit is suf icioistly solid to allow Frouoh stock being reckoned aa 3 per cents A French Bank Wrecked PAJtis Nov commercial tribunal has ordered tho Banquo d Ktat to jro InU liquidation Dtjputy lienaud tho niauag director has absconded and is reported to have Is said to have gam bled heavily iu stocks and ottered 20 cent Interest on deposits Tho banks lia bilities aro France Must Do Without PARtS Nov French Government will not allow tbo importation into France of Kochs lymph Tho refusal of the custom oilicers on the frontier to admit lymph sent Pasteur by Koch was based ou Tho Belgian SuiiVafiO Movement RHTTSSKLS Nov Prime Minister today introduced a bill providing for an extension of tho franchise Tho Radicals sirv greatly elated arid the workmen who Intended to Inanguralo a general striko as part of u universal suffrage movement de cided to remain at work The streets to nitciit ire thronged with people and re joicing is pononil An for IIKKMN Nov Post publishes a statfMiienfc by Dr Danealius a colluaguo of Dr Lev In which ho admits that 500 marks was asked and paid for a slnirle injection of Kochs lymph The money was paid Doctors Cornet and Dengel Koch has de clinod to further supply oifchor Lovi or Heavy Snows in Europe LONDON Nov is a hoavy snow storm in the Channel Ono steamer is ashore at Folkstono There Is severe frost anci heavy snow throughout Eurupo In Carls snow Is several inches loop Many railroad linos In Austria Southern 11 us havo partially siiHfMiiuJud operations be cause of snow blockades Knormous by Floods CAftusitAiJ Nov d urn ago by floods was enormous Hundreds of shoep kcopers are rnlnod of of dollars will be required for public ri alone A torrillc storrn is raging ttiu 14 lack so a Snw a Steamer Founder LONDON Nov Norwegian bark Noptune reports that on Sunday evening Hilt saw u largo wtslboiind scanur found in oil Hungimiss No trace of tbo steamers crew was found Money and Stocks LONDON Nov closed at 96 for money and account TJ H bonds 4s T S honds bar I7d jjor ounce Tho French Bmilc Statement PARIS Nov The weekly statement of tho Hank of Franco shows an increase In gold of and a duureaso in sil ver of frtincs An OurKtiian Wins S TON ICY Nov boatof England and Matturson of Australia rowod a sculling ruco for illOO a side Hubcar won Jackson Sails For America SVDNKY Nov Jackson sailed for America on tlio Mariposa today The Argentine Gold Freniiiim BUKNOS AYHKS Doc promiutn on gold Is IVKSWAS PBKSJBOTITED It la Predicted That Coming Devel opments Will Create a Stir Nnw YORK Nov San Francisco Chronicle sonsu In connection with tho of Honry S GoorRo B Stuyncrjand Benry Wil son VYoodrun1 Is promised shortly by Charles W Brooke their Ho moved to day In General Sessions that tho eight in dictments against his clients bo dismissed on tho ground that a year had passed since tho trial of Ives and in that tlmo tho Dis trict Attorney had not rooallod tho cases Tho indictments woro found on April fi I88fi for alleged fraud in connection with tho stock of tho Cincinnati Hamilton Dayton Railroad Company Colonol Follows opposed tho application Ho roviewed cases briefly and declared thai It would probably bo uoeossary to dia rnlHs sovtn of the eight indictments The olghtli on which Tvos had boon the jury falihig to agroe was found on tho ohmgo of overIssuing 5000 shares of Oin olniiaU Hamilton Dayton stock Thero would ho in pressing ovon this charge as tho complaining witnesses ap poared lo havo lost their Interest in the caso At any rato nothing should be dono until iHionkor had tlmo to Investigate certain letters and which had noon placed in his hands by Mr Brooke Those papers mado sorious chargos Mr Brooko arose to say that he would show noxt week that the prosecution of his client was In reality a most unjust persecu tion and tho motion went over Colonol Follows and Mr Brooko both refused to say anything ahoui the charges hinted at except that they would create a groat stir when thoy were mado pub Both mon are at work securing additional testimony DEVOT10D TO THJK HEATHEN An Elderly New York Maiden Mar ries a NiW YOHK Nov Dispatch Kraiidsco Lillian Ivoundy of 27 Hutgor struotwas mar ried Mils afternoon In Calvary Baptist church In West Fiftyseventh which Rov Dr MoArthur is pastor to Yoong Shlng a Chinaman who has been In her Sunday school class Only a inti mate frlonds of the brklo and groom wit nessed tho ceremony Although there Ims hoon gossip oC Miss Uounclys friendship for Chinamen her friends wore vory much surprised when sho announcod a short time ago that she Intended to marry Mr Shing Rvery pnieauHun was taken to koop tho marriage secret Miss Houudy is not forty yoars old Slio Is tall and vory slight Her hair is brown and sho wears oyoslassos Sho has been greatly interested In tho work of for eign missions Sho also taught a Chinese class ut tho Mariners Temple in Oliver stroot Miss Rouncly is said to havo some money and she was ablo to devote a great deal of tlmo to missionary work among the local hoathon Yoong Chins was a widower His first wife was also an American woman Yooug was boru In Hong Kong and Is ruttier good looking Ho is tull and straight and dresses in American fashion His English vocabu lary Is not largo but he talks Spanish Iluoutly Poi1 a number of yoars after leaving China ho lived ia Cuba Chiug is a cigar maker EACH OTHER UP Sncci and JMa Debar Each Says the Other Is Cruzy NKW YOUK Nov Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Sued lost fifteen ounces of weight from 8 a m Tuesday to S p in tonight The result did not please him and he scowlecl when tho watchers told him of it He declared that they had mado a mistake but ho was wrong He cannot lose like this vory ruany ho will waste away Uis pulse was 04 and grip 70 OdoUa Dis Debar called on tho Signer in tho afternoon Aa sho left the hall the spook priestess remarked Hes About the same time he said to a friend Shes Suit Against tlio Missing Broker Nov suit was brought against John JR a stock op orator who disappeared Thursday lust to recover belonging to the estateof Charles H Baker whiqh he is said appropriated Nov T to Jpartlcuiars have boeii received hero of the shooting today of H II Bliss a prominent citizen of Steeio City Jefferson county by John Barlow Tho shooting is suld tohave been i ADAMS HOW ABBUT THI Russell Sage Suggestsan Explana tion of Certain flatters HOW ABOUT THE KANSAS CITY SMELTER Sajje Intimates That Adams Dis criminated in Bullion Rates in Favor of His Own tics of Western Iluilroad Building YORK Nov 3 H H president and manager of the Missouri Pa cific last night said he was summoned from St Louis by Gould but could not say whether or not tho mtiriagemcntof the Union Pucitic system to bo offered to him It is evident that the GouldSage party did not enjoy tho farewell address of Presi dent Adams Sago in un Interview todajr said Tho tenor of Adamss address was most uncalled Cor There has been no pub lic criticism ul his management by any of the directors notwithstanding the iaut that ho was running Lho voad to ruin Mr Ad ams says iu his address that he had boon president soven years and during that time tho actions 6f the directors were unani mous That is simply saying that Adams is responsible for tho Union Pacifics condi tion Bo should explain how it comes that the payroll was increased by 4000 naraoa In nine months what personal interest he had In the Kansas smelting works in favor of which discrimination was made in ratus for shipping bullion and half a other HE OWNED UDS TOO Tomorrows Tribune will print un inter view with JayOould in which he says ex President Adams of the Union Pacific is u theorist who conducted mauy affairs of the Union Pacific without the knowledge of the directors Gould said he learned when last in Kansas that Adams personally owned control of several stockyard there and while the railroad was carrying in their livestock at bare cost of transportation tho stockyards earned past year Such action as this Gould saici would never bo permitted under the now management lie believes the Burlington and Rock Island will both come into the plan for securing hotter results from the Western railway business No further changes ho said wore to be made In the Union Pacific Mr Gould further said in part The Union Pacific has earnings of a year and its terminals woro estimated by the Congress commission to be worthat least 000 I should not have gone into the management again if I had not known wo had1 something to baijk on Adamss statement about harmony during his administration was not wholly correct The fact is tho directors really knew very little about what the president was doing There is a piece of road out in Utah graded and ready for the rails and although it is 150 miles long tho directors knew nothing about it There is another piece 80 miles long that does not connect anywhere with the Union Pacific system and tho directors woro surprised to know that tho company was building It These extensions the purchase of tlio Oregon Railway and Navi gation which I think was a wiso one cre ated a considerable floating debt but it can easily be handled Tho addition of 4000 names to the payroll is a mystery I not yet had explained The change In the management of tho Union Pacific insures harmony among tho Western railways and the formation of a strouff association on about the basis sug gested by Chairman Walker instead ot a great paraphernalia agents and solici tors tho association will have contra agencies in tho large cities and freight can bo routed under the direct orders of a com mittee chosen by tho association mooting of Western railroad officers will bo held very soon probably next week but tho cortainfcy that such an association will be formed has already had a good ef feot in regard to tho general llnauciul situ Gould reiterated his assertion that the most serious trouble had passed Tho trust stocks sugar whisky lead and things of that kind produced much of the trouble in his opinion Tho public lost money by them and consequently lost confidence in every thing In Wall street These stocks had some merit but the companies wereorgan ised in the wrong way A STEAMBOAT BURNS Five Persons Were Killed ty a Whale NEW ORLEANS Nov steamboat I P Leathers was burned this morning jioar Fort Adams Miss The boat and cargo are i total loss A chambermaid and four roustabouts all colored were lost The vessel cost EAYVILLE Nov firethis morn ing consumed nearly all the main business blocks of the town north of the Vicks burg Shreveport Pacific Railroad Loss SAN FHANCISCO Nov whaling bark which arrived today re ports that while a boat containing six sail ors was chasing a wounded whale they ap proached too close whale struck the boat killing all six of the men SCOTLAND Nov boilers of Ackers sawmill exploded this morning killing three in on and injuring four Wi4Nov Herbert a young sailor of Hay field and four Swedes started from IJaylkild Monday night in a sail boat for Washburn The boab was ploked up by a tug and it is supposed the men were diowned HOW MKIHLEYS LAW WORKS A GENGHAtt M ANT TO BE I3KOUGHT SCOTLAND It Will Employ 500 Hands the Tear Ruuiul They Will lie American Selected NEW YOTITC Nov San Francisco Chronicle tho passengerswho left this port today tor tho Scotch city of Glasgow was J G Whytlaw who for nearly two been travel ing over tliis country with an eye to busi ness Ho is junior partner in tho Glasgow firm known as the Whytlaw Gingham Com pany that owns perhaps tho most extensive establishment in the world for the manu facture of Scotrjh ginghams which has a working capital and employs 300 hands all the yearround His object in coming here was to make preparations for the transfer of this establishment to some He looked over this city and its vicinity and visited other cities and towns inthe State Ho next tra versed the Western States as far as tho Mis sissippi and the Rocky mountains not neg lecting Chicago He neit went to the and ranged through Califor nia and at lust he turned his footsteps eastward again for the purpose of making New England Mr Whytlaw gave 11 to bo understood be fore his departurefor Glasgow that a suitable and desirable situ for the new gingham manufacturing establishment had beeii fouud in Connecticut on tho tuck river at or near Westport The Glas gow factory will not be closed but its busi ness will be greatly reduced Operatives for the American establish ment will not bo brought Glas gow They could notcorne here under the contract labor law It Is the operation of theMcKinloy tariff that has caused the transfer of tho Whytlawplant to this I country Three or four other Scotch gingham factorieswill soonbe transferred to tbe United States THE PRINT CLOTHDEPRESSION WESTERN RAItiWAY PROGRESS Over a Thousand Miles of Track x Imiil This Year NEW YonK Nov Dispatch Francisco Chronicle its issue ot this Evening News will publish statistics showing tho progress of railway coustructiou in the far Western States According to the statistics which cover ton States and Territories there have boon 1404 track laid since January and there are now 2017 miles under onstruction 3020 miles under survey and 4077 miles projected for future construction Tho greater part of the active work is con fined to tho States of Washington Montana and Colorado and was carried on mainly by the Northern Northern and Union Pacific companies Over 44 per cent of this years tracklaying and 40 per cent of tho mileage uudbr construction is the work of these companies PfiACJS ON THE ERIE The Manufacturers Talk of liower the Employees Nov Francisco Chronicle The meeting of the muuufuoturors hold yes terday to determine what course to pursue in connectionwith the print cloth market was largely attended It was the general opinion that Eall River bad held her urn bell a over Providence a sufficient time and should now shut it aud little disposition was manifested to prolong the 3 asrroomont A largo contingent talked strongly in favor of a curtailment of longer duration than any yet enforced and several plans were proposed Olio was to let tho market tako Its own course now until J in uary and then shut down for a month if tbo situation was not improved There was a strong showing in favor of lowering tho wages of operatives The sup porters of this scheme urged that Fall River was paying more than any other city lor similar work that all other meanshad been tried to run the mills on a paying basis and thut now as the operatives had participated in the general prosperity they would bo willing to submit to a reduction at such a time as this A committee was appointed to consider the question of ascer tain the litaires In a view of reducing here if no change occurs in the market The meeting adjourned subject to the call committee and It is supposed that a fortnight will olapse before any fur ther action is taken During these two weeks agents will closelywatch ihe market and try to devise some course to pursue without reducing wages Many requests forgoods at less than are already in tbo brokers hands and it is believed that all of them will be filled early next week RETURNED A COMPLETE WRECK The Management and Employees Come to an Understanding NEW YORK Nov Dispatch Francisco Chronicle last of tbe conferences between A S Thomas executive manager of the New York Lake Railroad Com pany and committees from the various branches of the federated organization of Erie railroad employeeswas held today at tho ofllees of tho cqnipany The basisof a lasting peace was agreed upon The result of the conference was that the company agreed to pay full time to the firemen for idleness consequent upon accidents incase they wore blameless Several other of their demands ware also agreedto such as local runs and payment for them also rules relative to To Cancel P Leases SAW Nov A complaint was tiled in tli e United States Circuit Court by tho Government of the States through v Miller against the Southerii Com pany and Railroad Western Union Telegraph the being to secure a of the lease of the also to of the telegraph Alines1 to the the Adrtondaoksare frozen over A Man Demoralized by a Year in California GENESEO Dispatch Francisco Chronicle year ago a young munnaiued Clomp left Atkin miles east of hero for California accompanied by his wife and child been a prominent business man In Atkinson and had accumulated considerable prop erty He took to 3rirj king soou after reach ing California and became so abusive that his wife was compelled to leave hini and re turn to her parents in Atkinson Comp squandered his money and set out on foot for Atkinson When lie arrived be was bare foot andhad hardly arag on him He was also that he did not knowbis own naime He has rational spells however and during ouo of these spells disclosed tbo abovu facts together with the information that he walked the entire distance and had been on the road three months Andorsonville Owned by the G A R MACON Nov The site of the old Anderson ville prison is now the property of E Jones Post G A R of Macon An ele gant club house will be erected prop erty and overy point of special interest will be marked by a suitable monument or build ing j To the Chicago CHICAGO Nov Frank Drake lias filed In the Circuit Court up the affairs of the Chicago Globe Company and the appointment of receiver on a judg ment which remains uinsatisfled A Texas Assignment ST Louis B Brqckington at Hillsbbro Texas assigned to representatives of Olallm New v notfiled for a Princess After ncess wasmarried and jiad the accommodations at Bal moral Castle were1 inadequate so that the for the i especial us6 of the The addition fectly portions of The of P rip cess B eatr icO iBplil cab 1 ne tsr Chippendale Indian screiens and hand room nurseries hayevbeenlf urnished ing royal grow IE BLOODTHIRSTY SAVA6E Sis Annihilation of the Pale Face In deSnitcfy Postponed MISFORTUNE PURSUED HIM THE BAD INDIANS ALL COMING IN 1 Neivs Prom Various Pitfht at Fort Coheu Accused of Being the Messiah CTTTCAOO Nov Miles this evening said todays advices from General Brooke wore of a very satisfactory nature lie continued the report that Chief Little Wound came into Pine Ridge agency ycs terday and says every hour seems to lessen the strength of tho disaffected Indians Short Bull of Rosebud agency has also come in and his numbering nearly 2500 aro reported as following General Miles considers Short Bull one of tbojivorst and most treacherous Indians in the North west Tho General today replied to Governor Mellottos communication informing him that nothing would be left undone for tho protection of life and property in all local ities where any danger is apprehended THE HE WAS NO FIGHT The Fort Keogii Story a Newspaper Fabrication CHICAGO Nov Miles was this morning shown the report saying that a light occurred yesterday between United Staves troops and Indians near Fort Keojrh Montana He said he did nou think there was a word of truth in it tie has received no official news whatever of the reported conflict ST PAUL Nov of the Department of Dakota no news of the reported battle with Indians near Fort Keogli was received and it is not thought there is any truth in the report Lieuten ant Woodruff stated to an Associated Press reporter that the Cheyenne Indians near Fort Kcogh aro all friendly and have asked permission to fight the Sioux in case the lat ter go on the warpath Most of the Cheyenne Indians in the neighborhood of the fort are enlisted in tho service of the Government Ho says if there had been a fight the department would have been ad vised before this A dispatch was received by tbe Associated Press this evening from General Manager Mellon of tho Northern Pacific Railway who said the report from Missoula of fighting between Indians and soldiers was absolutely without foundation The Soldiers Can Handle Them ARKANSAS CITY Nov Francisco Chronicle Wait commander at Camp Morritc who has lived many yoars among the Indians says hodoes not anticipate any sorious trouble from the Messiah un less the troops act rashly The ghost dance now in progress at El Eeno iii tho Chey enne and Arapahoe reservation is of greater proportions than any in Dakota Yet he thinks the soldiers there can handle the Indians and maintain peace wtbcait Fort Reno Indians Unsettled ST Louts Nov Merritt has received dispatches from Indian Terri tory to tho effect that the Indians in tho vicinity of Fort Reno are somewhat un settled due to the Messiah craze but no trouble is feared Their religious dances however ave curried on with much fervor and are participated in by Indians from other reservations The Calamitous Career of a Young Spanish Noble LotnsrrtXE Nov Francisco Chronicle Series Lying ili in the male wards at tho city hospital is a young Spanish nobleman Kichard do Varolo who claims to be a vic tim of the vendetta When he came here a few days ago he seemed to be deranged Ho could speak no English In Spanish he cried out at some imaginary foe He refused to give his name He soon became uncon scious and remained so till today Ho says he is a sou of Don Pedro Varolo of Madrid Six years ago ho went to the Argentine with his uncle There the family had largo estates His uncle after three yea is lolt him in charge He fell in love with Floretta Baz zore his objected and much trouble followed The girl died and her charged that she had been poisoned A11 effort to appease them failed A plot was formed to kill him and he escaped by night Taking a ship for home ho was wrecked and picked up by an American boat and landed in Mobile whence he came here ho knows not THE YALEPRIHCETON GAME PKECEDED BY TUE OF A GRAJT STAND The Messiah Is Nosey Cohen DURANGO Is reported that the Navajo Indians are greatly excited ovcr the reports from Dakota Thojr theory is that the Messiah is none other than Isador Cohon who is known throughout South Colorado us Nosey Cohen a leader well acquainted with their tongues and customs The Southern Dtes talk of the craze with but little interest Concentrating Their Forces ST PAtro Nov special from Pierre S says Two ranchmen who came in today report having met a largo band of Indians some distance west coming from the Cheyenne country and heading for Pass Creek camp The belief is prevalent among old frontiersmen that the Indians are concentrating their forces and supplies near the entrance to theJiad Lauds The Craze in Oklahoma OKLAHOMA CITY Nov Messiah erase has reached Oklahoma Captain Stiles in command of tho troops at Oklahoma bas received orders to march at a moments no tice This order Is applied also to the troops stationed Fort Sill Kingfisher and Reassuring Reports WASHINGTON Nov received at tho War Department today from tho seat of the Indian troubles are reassuring aud indicate a subsidauce of the ghost dance WILL MOURN The Astors Take Up Their Residence m the English Metropolis Nov TRIBUNE Dispatch Francisco Ghrantclc Series The World announcement to the effect that Wil liam Waldorf Astor has rented the Lans downe bouse in Berkeley Square London has caused no end of surprise and comment in New York society When it became known that the lease taken by Mr Astor was not for a year as but is ior five years the first feeling of surprise elicited by the first speedily into a sentiment of wonder and started spec ulation on all sides as to the significance of Mr Asters Tliere seems to be no doubt whatever that the head of tbe house of Astor and his fam ily taken up their residence iu the English metropolis with the idea of remain ing there vmtill805 Their on the other side was explained ou the ground that the family was in mourning and was therefore debarred from any parr ticjpatioirin tneigaitieSi of the winter and their absence would thus relieve them from a good deal of embarrassment It is now suggested that they have Iu view a social conquest in Three Killed Iowa Nov Willie and Blillard Faltyv aged 6 respectively an aged6 were killed today by in of an abandoned sand bank in the western part of the city where live or six small1 boys vwere digging a tun nel Thealarm was giveii by the boys who escaped arid many men were soon at work The Dpdlesf of the three unfortunafce boys but life V A Scene of Wild Confusion find Fifty Pooyli Princeton Team Tlieii to Nothing NEW Yoinc Nov terrible accident occurred at Eastern Park Brooklyn before the YalePrinceton football game today The big free stand on tho eastern side of the grounds suddenly collapsed carrying down the entire load of human beings It is esti mated that there woro more than 20UO poo pie in the structure at the A scene of indiwcribabiG confusion and panic fol lowed tho crash The occupants wove mostly men a great majority of them stu dents from Yale and Princeton Thero wove also many women They all 3ay in a con fused and struggling mass upon the ground many completely buried under the wreck age The screams shrieks and groans were awful Many fainted away from the injur ies they received In an instant thero was a general rush for that part of the tield and a score of police men were soon engaged in palling the maimed and wounded from the wreck Others lent assistance and within ten min utes the whole place was cleared At first it was feared that some were killed but this proved unfounded A great many persons however were very severely hurt and broken limbs mid bruised heads and bodies were numer us Many of fcho wounded people had boon carried si way by their friends before their names could be learned Among those whose names were learned are Charles Wilson ankle dislocated Cadets John A Quillor and Harry Perrin Darnoy of the military institute Peokskill banks badly sprained Henry B Remington Princeton 03 leg broken a Yale man name not learned concussion of the spine two College students hotels bruised and out John Mon concussion of tho leg S G Dunning Princeton 91 broken ankle George A Wylie thigh broken James McGlone internal injuries F S Keeler Columbia 01 wrist broken John Weely Yale injured internally Stephen S Sheer Yale arm broken John Carruthers Wcslpyan University badly cut head Eld reOge Princeton 04 both legs badly in jured Cnrley Princeton 04 concussion of the brain very serious Edward Moran leg broken McKean Princeton frac tured leg Bradley Princeton 02 both legs badly hurt H W Fuller scalp wound George A Johnson contusion of the spine A lot of boys names not learned who stood up on the top row of bleachers were badly bruised and cut The only ladies hurt were two Brooklyn women The lowest estimate puts tho number of people injured at fifty while others place it as high as sixty or more The stand was evidently in a most unsafe condition for tho broken timbersshowetl that many of them were nearly rotted in two while the whole structure was the most flimsy affair imagin able Everyone claimed that a very super ficial examination of the structure would show it utterly insufficient to support tho crowd which would occupy it PRINCETON SHUT OUT The championship football game between Princeton and Yale which was contested on the Eastern Park grounds Brooklyn today was won by Yale by 32 to 0 Tho grime was witnessed by 25000 persons who had recov ered from the depression caused by the ac cident of a couple of hours before and man ifested very great enthusiasm in every con ceivable manner Nearly all tho dlfforont colleges in tho East were represented among the Their sympathies were evenly divided The game was a great one but the Prince ton eleven was overmatched Their rush line seemed mare striplings compared with Yale and they frequently used bad judg ment When the first half was ended had scored 16 and Princeton nothing When second half began no one was in doubt about tho result and gioom fallen over the Princeton contingent Their eleven seemed incapable of stopping the irresist ible rush of Yule In thirteen minutes Yale bad increased their score to 28 and there after only exerted themselves to shut out the Princetons succeeding well as the score tells Champion Kickers Come to Grief INDIANAPOLIS Nov Battler Eleven defeated Purdue University in a game of football winning the Susie championship The victorious to celebrate tonight made the rounds of tbe city in a tallyho coacb The kingbull of the vehicle broke and tho occupants precipitated ground Ouo was fatally and live painfully injured TEN MINERS FKOSTIIATBD NoyiV 27fTiiicDNK San Series w leadipeocii wresiiing Nelson d th Thjaj in Work at the Hill Farm Mine Is Again Abandoned SCOTTTJALE Nov Dis Francisco Chronicle work at the Hill Farm mine has again been abandoned aii experience yesterday nearly losing the lives of ten workmen They had been making splendid progress in their task of entering the mine to recovertiie bodies of their fellowworkmen when they reached a place where was quite plenty were quickly dispatched for some brattJcing and on their return they were horrified to see all their ten com panions stretched out on the ground uncon scious The alarm was given and the men were carried out of the mine many of them in a halfdying condition A liberal rub bing revived them but some are still quite party it an utter impossibilityto proceed any further and the long deferred hopes of tho wives and mothersarefinally totally dissipated The opening was to day andoperatlous indefinitely suspended allof the bcdies ofthe miners have been cremated Many of the are hi a greatly distressed condi additional terror of winter staringthem in the Mrs Rath bone Granted a JDfvorce CniCAGO j CTronfcle vorce Mrs Emma Rithbone nieceotsGeorgeMU Bullnmni liieiot of j h ad rjpm herho sband most of WHEBE HE GOT KIS BUNDLE More Sensational Developments in the Bank Robbery Case HUNGARIAN TRAIN WRECKERS NABBED The Cowboy Resulted in One Jurors Arrested in Court for Idaho Scrap Criminal Nov Bis Francisco Chronicle There wore sensational developments iu tho Scybold bank robbery case today Seybold charged on the stand that Captain Devcm ter counsel for the bank and who is assist ing iu the prosecution advised him to leave town and forfeit his bail Defendant also charged that Prosecuting Attorney Howard had promised him that the case should bo lixtd up Both of thcso officials entered in dignant denials and offered testimony to disprove what Seybold said SherilT Stienrood testified that in Winfield in May last whore Seybold was rear rosted a ft or lie hud forfeited his bail of which his father had to pay Soy bold told him that tho money missing from tho given him in front of the bank huikiinprtho night of April by a young lady who came xip and handed him the bundle with tho statementthat it came frojn Harry W Lisle one of tho heavy stockholders in the bank and that he was to keep it Seybold further said ho took the package home opened it and found it contained fortyeight packages of each all 0nited States legaltender notes Ho put the package in his collar where it re mained several weeks with an old piece of carpet over it and when he found it was getting mouldy and wet he took it up in tho garret to dry It M Friesmutb testified to seeing Seybold come out of the rear entrance of the bank the evening of the robbery with a large package The evidence was finished this evening and the case went to tho jury NIPPED JUST IN TIME Hungarians Frustrated in an At tempt to Wreck a Train Nov Francisco Chronicle An attempt was made to the fast mail on the Delaware Lackawanna West torn Railroad near Plymouth this afternoon William Cremor and John Grtunplo engin eer and fireman of a coal train detected two Hungarians acting suspiciously on tha track Getting a little closer they saw that tho Hungarians were trying to fasten two largo coupling pins to the railsof the mala track Before they had time to finish their work the trainmen jumped from their hid ing place and arrested thorn No 4 passen ger the fastest train on tho road was about due and if tho Hungarians had succeeded in their design an awful wreck might have occurred Tho prisoners who gave their names as Mike Horouriok and Dennis Ohesna were locked up in default of ball Tho motive for the attempted crime ia a mystery THE COWBOY FIGHT The Americans Refiised to Allow the Mexicans iu a Saloon LAS N Nov Francisco Chronicle Series I fight at Antonc Chico Monday night between Mexican and American cowboys did not result in the death of as many of them as at first reported Tho only one killed was Bill Devine a cowboy from Salado who was shot throughthe body twice by two Mexicans and died instantly The murderers havo been arrested Tho fight was brought on by tho Americans re fusing to allow tbo Mexicans in a saloon where all of thorn had been drinking in the afternoon Jurors Arrested for Murder WYNNWOOD I Nov roll oall on Tuesday morning was answered in tbe courtroom at Tishoming two petit jurors Robert Brown and Willie Factor were arrested charged with tho murder of William Albertson a grand juror Tho scene of the murder was about two hundred yards from the Capitol building near the highway When the body was found hogs had eaten the face entirely off His body was literally hacked to pieceswith knives When arrested the petit jurors clothing was very bloody and their hats also They stoically denied the charge Laid Out With a Bottle BETyuJVUE Nov to a drunkenbrawl last night ai Khoshone one Mershan had his head cut open by being struck with a bottle Tho wound was serious and an engine was sent upto Hailey at midnight for Dr Brown who went down to dress the wounded mans head A Domestic Duel ATCIIISON Nov West ern and wife fought over domestic troubles last Western used a hammer and his wife a hatchet with whJch they rained blows on others heads and The wife is now dead Western terribly injured The Son of an English TiiKSTON N Nov man claiming to be Henry Elders eldest son of Lord El ders of Srand London was locked up here on being a bogus check manip ulator who has been wanted for sometime by the Trenton THE BRAZILIAN ENVOY He Goes to Washington andL TV ill Present the Medal Tolay Nuw YORK Nov Da Sil viora escorted byKear AdmiralWalker of the United States navy started forWash jngkm today The BrazilianAdmiraVs mission is to present to President Harrison a sent him by the of Brazil as a Token of gratitude for the rficognition of the Republic Tby this ment WASHINGTON Nov Da Sil viera and staff of the r reaebed Washingtonthis pany with Eear Admiral United States naval afternoon Admiral Da Silviera tertained at by Mrs and to President the gold Government   

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