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Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer (Newspaper) - November 18, 1891, Cincinnati, OhioSo Havck win a Sra nip. A out november 14�?coupled with Ching meeting of the supreme to the forment Alliance. Ii o be number of minor a Adra. V it frequent sessions of the f. M. a a party the confederated Indue a the Reform Presa association i Western Alliance the citizen a a be knights of labor the Ameri atop of labor the a Tiomai Ctet association the National Industrial Alliance and Kindred Eta King As if impressed with the tier interests were of secondary a a atm is a incs. Membership embracing merchants professional men and whoever favor Independent political action. It is headed by 8. H. Snyder of Kansas and it is especially Strong in Kansas and Nebraska although it of Biaas a foothold in thirty states. T the programme for the opening of the 4i-Lianoe Council the Morrow a includes an address of Welcome by mayor Sullivan. Of this City and president Thomas a. Force of the state Alliance. Responses will be made by j. P. Tillman. Secretary of the National Board and j. F. Willets. National annual address by l. L. Falk will be j. N. Mcdowell Pri Steht tent use aug ache. Colonel l l Polk North Carolin Cincinnati weekly vol. I no. 19.wednesday morning november 18. 1891�?twelve pages whole no. 4324 on hand. Farmers Allie nce delegates Are gathered at Indianapolis and ready for business. Alliance Peoples party confederated Industrial Union Reform press association f. M. B. A., k a a n. 8. A. A.,. A l a., 0/a., h. A. Organizations. Witt Siam i of tut will bet. Oat Cantaf . To rests so that by United action needed legislation May be secured. The confederated organizations now embrace the f. M. A a., the Farmers Alliance the Industrial Union the National Alliance the co operative Union the citizens Alliance and the knights of labor and it is proposed to open the doors to the federation of labor the Kniff hts of Industry and the labor Christian Union or. Terrell belongs to the Farmers Alliance which he characterizes As the purest and Best of All the others but he says it is not the purpose of the february meeting of the confederated organizations to take any political action. Or. Terrell speaking As a Democrat and Littsen. Says that be would very much regret the nomination of or. Cleveland because his Gold basis theory is objectionable. He has the same objection to Harrison and be adds a i ata in favor of Boies of Iowa. He fought the Battle on the free coinage Issue and won. Campbell shirked the Silver Issue in Ohio. If be had made the fight squarely on the free coinage Issue and had won he would have been a great favorite. The Alliance favors free coinage and is opposed to making Gold the ,.-. A a j the opening session of the of m. B. 4. If ill be held to Morrow. Four Hundred delegates Are expected to report backed by a member be ship of 299.000. The f. M. B. A. Claims to be More conservative than the Alliance although its object is principally the same. An anticipated result of the meeting will be the establishment of aco operative Union Between the f. Ii b. A. And the Alliance. Or. George w. Davis of Coneville ala., one of the National trustees reports that the or der has every thing in an educational social and business Way to offer the Farmer but the Farmer is restless Ond wants something More Radical. While no desertions Are reported. Or. Davit admits that the order is not in creasing and he also says that while it has never endorsed a a a v the mjb-tre�6wry scheme. It has the other declarations of the Alliance and owing to the spirit of restlessness the f. M. Amp a. Members As a Rule thinks Tea the Alliance offers them All they want the of if. R. A. Is now limited to thirteen states. It has not reached the Southern tier of states but it has gota foothold in West Virginia. Kentucky. Missouri and westers Arkansas and it is working South Ward. Or. Davis is particularly emphatic m de daring that while there is flt eur to be cooperative Union there will be no organic Union As the f. A b. A. Is not willing to lose neither is it willing to make with the Peoples party although party serves As a sort of safety the actual membership of the Alliance represented Here to elect the next / presidential ticket. An in expected Issue was injected this evening by the arrival of a Ope Ciai delegation headed by w. 8. Hall of Missouri that the sub Treasury Plank be omitted from the platform arid that it be unequivocally con deemed. The committee it acting under instructions of a convention held several months ago. And they insist that unless the sub Treasury scheme is condemned it will result in splitting the Alliance because of the pronounced opposition to that plan in the North West. There was also another Surprise to the Alliance leadership in the discovery that Post of Georgia and Stewart of Texas with other delegates from the West and South took part in the conference of the executive committee of the Peoples party by whom it is proposed to turn the Alliance into a political body. This was the More surprising As they were hopeful the South would be a unit against such a change. This conference approved a suggestion to bring the proposed co operation to the attention of the Alliance. There is already free canvassing for the presidency of the Alliance Aud Polk will have formidable opposition if he stands for a third term. The South w ill support him. And its delegates Are also willing to turn to Livingston of Georgia but the Frienda of Cota of Michigan. And Leonard of Missouri Are pushing their respective claims with a great Deal of Energy. There is a feeling expressed that if Polk is not re chosen the presidency should go to the North West and this helps Cole materially. A preliminary meeting of the National state agents association was held to Day j. B. Dinks of st. Louis presided and Osswald Wilson of new York was Secretary. Hidir duri reports were made of the Voli Ime of business transacted and a general report was agreed Apon for submission to the Alliance. The question whether the National Union com Nan. Of new York was not the jute Trust in sheep a clothing was handled gingerly the National citizens Industrial Alliance is largely represented b. It is its we heartily approve and areas the honorable a l. Rusk occur Secretary ship of agriculture which action e he we pies that distinguished position in the present administration and has been faithful and cautious and diligent in consulting the Best interests of the Farmers therefore be it resolved that he is entitled to and has the approval and thanks of this the eleventh an Nual session of the National Farmers con Gress of the United states in convention assembled in the City of Sedalia. the committee also submitted its formal report through its Daniel Needham of Boston the report being read by Captain d. 8. Putlitz. Of Georgia. The re port recommended the adoption of resold resent Here but it will have no voice in the f. M. A. Or supreme Council deliberations an adjunct of the people s party,4with id Foremost came congressman Jerry of Kansas. He was dressed in Gold s and a grata plaid suit. He is a a c.#, Macune emos National eco most. Jubilant Amar the Outlook for the people s Jewey ent Raos talks. Tidal said he quot it can to the Alliance can not keep it right ahead and consolidate ii Aatila. And the al-�>., it a of 1%. Not that the Alliance will Aid in the establishment of the Peoples party for it will go right on studying economic questions and accomplishing reforms. I mean that All will be in his judg inconsistency tor they or. Polk the third party could not a All urging he third for him. Re. And from the the it was n a a a it a a 1 be Kent it on the in it bonded in one great to Vomer in a political War. Without disintegrating As individual organizations. Jthn Union will not occur in this Council meeting hut it will come at the conference to Bey held on Washington a 1. still another notable arrival came in the person of r. M. Humphrey of Houston. Texas. He is editor of the National Alliance and superintendent of the National coloured Farmers Alliance. He reports 2v subordinate lodges and 1.306,000 Mem coloured Alliance was organized in four years ago. And has spread to Siana Florida Georgia. Alabama the Virginia Maryland. Pennsyl Tennessee. Kentucky. I legislature which nominated Alliance democrats. Leveland or support be a a a a flaunt or Quea Tariff was the Only question he / be added the democratic a omits targe support from the r the South because of Bis Silver question. We know of Harrison and Cleveland circulation of the Curto Wall Street in new Fin the executive Corn Industrial with Ben Texas chairman. T. A Ivania was absent by Nily. The prime object iof the proposed con Ven it organizations in february and i meeting Point from washing centrally located City was deferred until thursday. Louisville and st. Louis were 1 favouring Cincinnati that the meeting in a a labor Ide Carolinas. Say or. Humphrey a confessedly a third party Man. And they represent 1.060,009 votes ail of which will go to the third party if it a a �i5"v1 or. Humphrey further predicts that if the Peoples party does not focus and nominate a third ticket then the vote will go with the Republican. A r another Man occupying attention to Day was a is willets. Defeated Alliance candidate for governor of Kansas. He claims that he was fleeced but through them nip vans used As o gnus la the Saav eaten Grea Ihl oat Gattl his Ossa a pasta. Kit to november National Farmers Congress waa mite in assembling this morning and it was 11 of clock before vice president Smith let the Corn cob Gavel drop Ohio song the session to order. The Fel lowing resolutions were introduced and referred w a 2 a v a a by John Church of Colorado urging the Congress of the United states to Eede Arfy lands in the variant states to provide the states with systems of irrigation by m. B. A Harmon of Misouri. Urging the Exten a ion of signal and mop report system of the department of agriculture by Virgil Mackay. Of Kansas providing that the ear of Corn need by the chairman As n Gavel be a tat to the worlds fair ter exhibition by g. W. 8wick, of Colorado urging a National of irrigation. Congressman John t. Heard of the South Missouri congressional District delivered an Addry Mon railway transportation t railway transportation was the subject of supreme importance to the Farmer. A a of s of the solutions it of this vexed question he said was found in state railway cot omissions. Missouri had been Banjong the first of the states to Deal with the question in that Way and Missouri a experience showed that the method had been a Success. Another method of controlling governor Northen off Georgia. Tons pledging the organization to maintain its non partisan character requesting the National Congress to Imp roof the River and Harbor of Savannah. A. Demanding the pay Baoe of Laws distributing equally f tan All classes the burdens of taxation dec sating that the Public Domain should be reserved for settlement by citizens of the United states to the exclusion of foreigners Debl Kring that National taxation should be Emited to the Grants of the government economically and honestly administered req hosting the Secretary of agriculture to Iaci use the number of representatives in fore n countries to push the work of int Rodn Long american 90m As food believing that to a marked Success in that direction att ii de already is warranted for such request and requesting Congress to appropriate suffit entry to cover the expense of this increased a presentation abroad demanding the system Fatio and Thor Ough improvement by the Federal govern Mentor the Waterways and the United states requesting the Extension of the free delivery of mail among the Wermers demanding the control of al trusts. And combinations and Mono poll a. So that they shall work no harm to the people recommending that the president of the United states and the United states senators be elected by a direct anti popular vote demanding the extend in la of the signal service reports a sued by tax agricultural requesting the Federal Goven meat to Aid the 8tates in the irrigation of arid land a the resolutions were considered seriatim and were All adopted with the exception of the cd from the Resolution e Harbor at lauded and a be Resol a be president latter which the Congress st a snort by a vote of 44 to 17. Asking Congress to improve Savannah a. Was loudly unanimously adopted As was then demanding the election c and vice president of the United state and United states senators by pop the committee in finance port requesting the various Tures to make appropriation vote. Need Are a Wisla for the sex Evan Jones pm min Texas a Sakoi. Lenses of the state delegates to future congresses of this character in order that each state May have a foil and proper representation. The report was adopted. The oon vexation then adjourned until tomorrow morning at iff of clock. This evening the delegates were entertained at Vairons receptions and by a Parade of the Fedalia Flambeau club. V Var Ohio a Pae Mebs. Up. A latins of Cebu few in thirteen counties he was counted out. The handsomest Man in attendance Upen the Alliance be g. F. Washburn of Massachusetts. He is Dis Tingue in appearance is neatly dressed in Black with latest style of overcoat and h Nobby hat. While a costly Diamond glistens in the prettiest of neckties. Altogether be looks like a Rose in a Tulip bed in comparison with his Bew bickered and Horny handed compatriots or. Washburn is evidently quite smooth and a politician of no so All Caliper. He reports that while the Peoples party a is 8lt1cly in Massachusetts the wet and a Euth wan be dead faded upon and Threte enough votes in of hon. 4. F. Tillman. Coned Samnam fun tooth Masoum. Railway corporations in the interests of the people was through a National railway commission. Borne professed to believe that the railroads should be placed under government management. Government railroading he believed would be n Gigantic failure. In the first place the government would have the boy the railroads and that would coat 10,000.000,000. That would be an impossibility practically because there waa in circulation Only m.500,000.000. The Purchase of the Rel roads would necessitate incurring a debt of Gigantic proportions and he did net believe the Farmers or any one else wanted to go Down into their pockets and pay any More debts than they were now paying. Another great objection to government railway control was the increase of Federal office holders which it would necessitate. H. 0. Brown of Georgia endorsed every thing that or. Heard bad std. Georgia be said had tried state ownership of railways. Georgia owned the Western and Atlantic railway. Under state control the rates Wero High the serried was bad and the deficits were extraordinary. The state found that it had been too expensive Toron its own railway and the line was leased to private individuals. Under private control the Road charged cheaper rates gave better service paid a rental of 13.000s month and Mads Money for the lessees. Martin Mooter. Secretary of the Kansas 8tate Board of agriculture read a paper ten a a the race under conditions of High he discussed the question whether a High state of civilization tended to increase or decrease the Neo Pinese of Mankind. He took the optimistic View of the question and concluded the higher the civilization the greater the happiness of the Nice. The convention then adjourned until 2 of clock. At the afternoon session the committee on resolutions presented for adoption the Roul Owino Fra bus and Resolution. Which were adopted wha reits. The government of the United Buttes hit a a Cabinet s Resolution making Demande general Assembly. Asci dispatch to my Cleo Imam. Columbus. Ohio november annual meeting of the state Farmers Alliance end Industrial Union convened Here to Dar. The Days session was taken up in listening to the Addry a of president Alva Agee and hearing the reports of committees. At tonight a session i Long series of resolutions making demands on the incoming general Assembly for important legislation desired by the Farmers was adopted. These resolutions affirm the National platform adopted at Ocala favor allowing each county to fix the salaries of ite county officers the passage of a Law fixing passenger rates at two cents a mile and making it compulsory for railroads and express companies to charge but n lust and fair rate for the transportation of freights opposing the / present system 07 taxation of reel estate and demanding the passage of a Law by which tax upon encumbered real estate shall be paid by the mortgagee and Mortgagor in proportion to their respective interests opposing speculation in food products and demanding the passage of a Law making illegal All contracts for future delivery fifteen Days after Sata unless the seller against the american hog. The agitation in France Over the pork duty. Chinese rebels renewing the revolt and massacres. / horrible Story told of a murder at an English resort London. November 16.�?a thrilling Story comes from Werm duty where Man a europeans spend their autumn and Winter. The excitement was caused by the arrest of a youth named Wise who is 17 years of age. And an apprentice on or majesty s training ship Boscawen. On a charge of murder. The Boscawen recently visited Weymouth and is at present anchored off the port. Yesterday being sunday a number of boys asked for and obtained Liberty to visit the share. Among them were Wise and another youth who. When they reached the Shore. Started tor a stroll on the Cliffs. They proceeded Lau Gnong and chatting and enjoying themselves in the manner of boys ashore for a Lark. Finally they reached a Point where the Cliffs stand seventy feet above the stretch of Shore beneath. Here the two Bora stood looking Seaward when suddenly without provocation or warning Wise placed Bis hands against his companion and. Exerting All his strength shoved him Over the Edge of the precipice with a shriek of terror the doomed lad be with frightful velocity upon the rocks below. Entirely Union verned at the terrible crime to had committed Wise returned to the town Aud subsequent returned to his duties on Board ship. When Wise a companion did not return at the expiration of the time allowed to him the officers of the Shiv made inquiries and when they questioned Wise the latter told them that he had pushed him Over the Cliff. An investigation was immediately made and on reaching a spot on the Shore beneath the Point indicated by Wise in his Confes Siou the officers found the body of the boy. His Skull had been fractured by striking on the jagged rocks and he had received other terrible injuries. He was alive when found Bat died ins Short time. Wise was arrested. After bends Scalp. Pittsburg catholics Call upon major Buttor a Worth to apologise a facial. Dispatch to tui enquiries. Pittsburg. Nov Ember 14. Columbus club the most prominent Catholic organization of Pittsburg and including the leading merchants and professional men of that Faith met this afternoon in pursuance to a special Call by president a. V. D. Watterson and passed resolutions denouncing sex congressman Ben Bottere Rorth for his attack on the Pope. Or. Watterson is a prominent attorney at Law and a brother of Bishop Watterson of the Columbas diocese. About forty people were present at the meeting and they Clai to represent 180,000 catholics in this diocese the resolutions recite that or. Butterworth was hospitably received in Catholic countries abroad and his recent remarks in Chicago were decidedly unfair to the Catholic people e United states Pho will directly or in try cob tribute to the Success of the Dos fair. A a it. Butter Worth is asked to apologize and refuses Bis removal trom the Secretary ship of the columbian exposition is requested. At to Days meeting it was stated that concerted action on the part of tins Catholic societies in America on this matter was expected. The mexican revolution appears to so m serious matter Fig Kitag and loss of life reported. San Antonio Texas. November Ike there can be no longer any doubt that Catrino Garza has opened the revolutionary Ball in Mexico in Earnest. As stated the mexican troops had Albrush with the revolutionists near Guerrero and it was reported that Garza a forces were routed. A dispatch was received Here stating that Garza made an attack in Guerrero late yesterday evening and was Only driven off after a stubborn resistance on the part of the mexican Garrison in the conflict one mexican officer was killed and another wounded. The loss on Garza a Side is not definitely known. The fact it evident that the insurgents have been quietly increasing their Force and now have begun an Active Campaign. It is further stated in dispatch received from Rio Grande City that the revolutionists Are Well armed and have Many sympathizers among the mexicans on this Side of the Border. The Amee Ioan h0h. Protests la Frasee Assiut the duty on pork importations. Paris november 16.�?apropos of the legislation affecting american pork m. Garnet. A member of the legislature of the department of the Gironde and a noted member of the Bordeaux produce Exchange Saft st hat the 29-franc duty will prevent the importation of perk in the event of a Scarcity in France and that even a duty of 20 francs would be too High. V a delegation from the Havre chamber of Commerce will wait upon m. Roche. Minister of Commerce to protest against the duty fixed by the Senate. The Havre produce Exchange has met and declared that the continuance of the prohibition of american pork is preferable to the annulment of that decree if a system of microscopic inspection is the be substituted As that system will Render oem meroe in pork quite impossible. The Havre deputies. M. Siegfried and m. With sir. Iteria. The american min ter. During the pork struggle Are the principal movers in the Effort to influence members of the chamber of deputies against the decision of the people of Oba Gnao the Oracle of the layfayette family have erected a Monument to the memory of general Lafayette and his son Tad grandsons. Wove Well Anta a opt those chases robots who Rod the Tova of Dehwei. London november mls a Telegram from Shanghai says the capture of Dehwei. Near Soochow on tuesday by 15.000 rebels was a Well organized rising. The rebels were armed with repeaters mad led by capable men. The outbreak was directly mainly against the authorities though anti foreign cries were heard. The officials Worb powerless. Eur Peak residents Are apprehensive of a spread of the revolt. The British Consul bore in no interview said he believed that the recent quietude was Only temporary Spring and Szmur f ing the favorite period for outrages in China. Light draft gun boats Are an absolute necessity to protect the lives of europeans in the Interior and at River treaty ports where massacre will inevitably follow anti foreign demonstrations unless special a a preventive measures Abe adopted. In spite of the Semi off Leial statement that two of the rioters have been be headed an others notorious that the real culprits Are still free being protected against arrest by exalted officials. Agents of the Pekin Treasury have paid the indemnities agreed upon�?�2.000 to the sufferers at Wuhu and �4616 to the families of the europeans killed at Wusich. The american missionary. Or. Darte expresses the opinion that the troubles will be renewed next Spring. M Prince Georgh has the articles in Bis Possession at Tho time of Sale or is Groin tag the same opposing All trusts and combinations for limiting the production or enhancing the Price of the necessaries of life and asking the legislature to pass a Law to prevent their formation or operation in this state calling non Congress to so modify the Tariff and Patent Laws of the United states As to prevent combinations or trusts from controlling products protected by a Tariff or covered by patents opposing fraudulent watering of stack of combinations demanding pensions for All honorable discharged soldiers their widows and orphans end that All Pledgee made to then by the government be fully complied with As in the Case of the Ceat laced Joeona Paget re be making rapid Progress toward recovery his condition favor Ablo London. November 16, alarm excited by the announcement of the serious illness of Frince George second son of the Prince of Wales who is suffering from an attack of enteric fever was allayed this morning by an announcement made by Tho physicians in attendance upon him. A bulletin was issued from Marlborough House the London residence of the Prince of Wales stating that Prince George had passed a Good night and that he was making satisfactory Progress toward recovery. A bulletin issued from Marlborough House late to night states that the fever is running its usual course. The condition of the Prince still remains favourable. They celebrate the second anniversary of the brazilian Republic interest lacking. Rio jaw Bibo. November 14�?the second anniversary of the proclamation of the Republic of Brazil was observed to Day. A military review and fetes were held in Honor of the occasion. The Day passed quietly the Public taking scant interest in the Celebration. The situation in san Paulo is drily becoming More and More grave awful crime. A Mother murders her three children and then commits Sniede. London. November 16.�?a shocking crime was committed at a Letchfield with Crofton. This morning. A woman murdered her three Little girls by cutting their throats from ear to ear. And then committed suicide by cutting her own Throat. Koin prod neing experimental. London. November 14�?a dispatch from India tells of a number of private experimental in that country with dynamite explosions. Made with a View to induce rain. The dispatch states that dynamite was exploded on Hills of Madras at an Altitude of 500 feet and that the explosions produced smart showers Over an area of four or five Miles Square. It is also stated hat the government will probably cause the making of systematic trials to arrest Clouds before they pass Over the sea. Nothing Bat Silver dollars offered st Louis Bankers by United states Sab treasurer Farrar who briefly explains that a Oaas to Fay paper Money aloes he Bon it impossible to a co handle the Sylvea spa tax. Dispatch to Tbs . 8r. Louis november 14�?st. Louis bunks were astounded to Day when they presented pension checks aggregating 4304000 the 8ub-Treasorer Farrar for payment non hit refusal to pay them in other Ithan Silver do Lam. As the pension Ehe oks presented to st. Louis Banks now aggregate about 3204009 a Day. The Bankers Are seriously considering the advisability of refusing to Cash them until the government is prepared to follow its usual Enstam us pay the checks in paper currency. They say that it is an Imossi ity fear them to handle that amount of Isire dollars in one Day. Sub pressure Farrar in explanation of his ours okays that he has no paper currency f hot fir Issue a ssh peat edit informed of the drily decrease in paper currency but has sent no Relief. Therefore he is obliged to meet All the government s obligations with Silver dollars. Financiers Here differ As to the cause of the shortage of paper currency some attributing it to the movement of the crops taking it eat of circulation temporarily while others say that it is due to the depleted condition of the United states Treasury owing to thy great demands made upon it by reckless appropriations by Trie last Congress the latter class say that the paper currency has been Given ont to meet the appropriations and now. Becoming exhausted Silver Ooin. Which has heretofore been kept at Washington As Trust funds is being used. The st Louis Banks have not yet decided Upen a definite course in the matter of washing pension Ehe oks. But some of them will probably refuse them to Morrow. Bondsman Rogers will Bav the make Teod a my ram has beamed by Captain Howgate. Washington d. A. November 14�?an Echo of the care of Captain Howgate. Who embezzled a Large amount of Money from the government while chief of the signal service was heard in the supreme court of the United states to Uay in the announcement of n decision by the court affirming the judgment of the circuit court for the Southern District of new York lit the Case of Leb Bens h. Rogers one of Sowga tda a Bondsmen. From whom the United states recovered judgment for s154004 to cover How Gates speculations. The judgment in the Oase. Which came the the supreme court on a writ of error is affirmed and or. Rogers will be obliged to pay the amount of Hie Bond to the United train robbery a a prostrated by a timely a a tips Atvea the Toca authorities. St. Louis. November 15.�?an attempt to Rob the Missouri Kansas and Texas South bound train no. 3 at South Canadian. L to. Was frustrated by Tho officials of the rail War Compaq y Lan night. A Telegram was sent to Muskogee notifying the officers that the Dalton were seen in the Vicinity of sooth Canadian hid in the River Bottom. An extra was run ahead of the regular train and Guardy placed in the postal and express ears. It la believed that one or two of the gang got on the train at Muskogee and signalled the robbers the not attempt the robbery As the train was guarded. Officers have been put on Trail of the outlaws. Governor h6vey. To a bold be though a he woe Mot Well treated in Mexico City or Mexico. November 14�?the Story has just leaked out that governor hover of Indiana who left this City Only a few Days ago for the United states made himself very objectionable during his stay Here. It appears that he had a Wordy War with or a a. Dougherty the charged affaires of the stuck. Another troublesome Point raised in our difficulty with Chili. More excitement about possible complications. The juts surrenders its Pevers the the new Congress. They believe sensational Storie Are being circulated to Baac flt English Commerce. Arn Contaz Cable to the . Val Paea to. Via Galveston. Texas. November in contain 8chley and Consul Mccreery have made Itji sine no non that no american witness will be permitted to without the pretence of an officer interpreter at the investigation by Foster into the Baltimore affair. The reply is that the Consul or Captain Staley can not appear personally but can deputized an interpreter. There is More excitement among the peo a Day the which had country in a it amp Gani Zatina of the Senate Rido Silva Waits of deputies elected a see or Barros Loco together with a newly elected Prei were the men who Junta of the congressional Ste. Admiral moist who was Days ago by the liberals use it in Chili As its candidate for the and whose nomination is Tion. Bos been Emi duties of the chief j until the meeting of the which will take Mon twill be it hey came Sana to refugees. A surrender formed by the Junta have a. This action of the us Bbown denies Hartog Arete ted the Wel Sneede j. Wilkes Booth. A Montreal antiquarian claims he Hoe the a Simba trunks. Montreal. November 14�?antiquarian w. W. Stith has obtained conclusive evidence that trucks found on the Schooner More Victoria which was wrecked at Bic in the autumn of 1864 were the property of j. Likes Booth the Assassin of president Coln. During that autumn several trunks marked a a. W. A. New were shipped on Board the Schooner Marc Victoria at Quebec. Talked with the president Washington. D. A november 14�?mr. Harold m. Sewall United states Consul general at Apia. Samoa had a conference with the president this afternoon in regard to the condition of affairs in that country. By Eltten the Portugal. Lisbon. November 14 a the republicans were badly Defeated in yesterdays municipal elections. Last year they swept every thing before them. Washington. D. A. November 13.�?in of the repeated statements that Brown or some of Hie ships i formed the Baima Oeda government of the Landing of the congressional forces at Quintero last August Secretary Tracy seized the Opportunity afforded by the presence of the Admiral with the son Francisco at Acapulco. Mexico a few Days axe. And addressed the following Telegram the him Washington. D. A. November 141384. To Axibal Bbown. Steamer san Francisco. Acapulco. Mexico did you invite any chilian officer to accompany Yon of Beard the Dan Francisco to witness the Landing of chileans at Quintero did you of nay of the officers of your Crew on return of that occasion to Valparaiso communicate information of what you Law to any person not connected with tout vessel teach. Admiral Brown a response was is follows a aca Fulco. Max. November 141894. To Secretary or Navy. Washington did not invite or take any chileans. Invited foreign officer Only. German went. No one from the ship gave information. Full infer motion about Landing was known at Santiago and Valparaiso before i sailed at noon. Brown. In addition to the foregoing positive state Menta by Admiral Brown lie diet Inetie states in his report to the department dated Augusta that he was informed be fire they sailed from Valparaiso that the congressional forces Haa effected a lauding. Just where those Throe War tee Eele Aro going has hot bees made Dubue. New Yore. November 14 a the United states steamships Atlanta Bennington and Concord will to ready to leave Brooklyn Navy Yard to Morrow. They have taken on Coal and ammunition. The Bennington was taken off the dry Doe a to Day. To boil destination Hoe not been officially announced
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