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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 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 Circulation in this City alone than the Entire Edition of any other Daily printed in Salt Lake City SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MO3STDAY MOItfTESTG DECEMBJBB 1f 1890 PRICE FIVE MONACO GOES TO THE OGSS Europes Gcntcol Joint Robbed of Its OldTime tilamour PLUNGERS SKINNED WITH BAO GRACE The Old Casino Now tnon GnmMlng Prince of WaloHjind Mis Mother Arc Circular in the Czar8 Tonne Nrcrc Nov Dispatch Pan Francisco Ctirtmidr no part has thn ulMIRarlan spirit of today more set up Its reign and completely overthrown the old ruKlino of romance than at Monlco Then was a time und It was not so long when delightful socno of debauch ery was with Irrosifttlblo glamor ofWtry and art It swmed in truth an rulual iiialwm do 1 hero was ulKolute w though you wore tho guest of Prince Thoro was every possible luxury to delight the oar and eye Thn place wis so beautiful all its ap pointrniiits so luxurious and evon the em ployees HO courteous after the grand old style that tho visitor could not help fouling that lie was tKilrig ontiMtaimid fs a favored guest nt son i ft most hospitable country houso whore giunbllng merely an luoldont in tho round of pleasures MoMtu Carlo was always a rnonoy making Institution Of that there can bo no doubt but iv was not ostensibly and obtrusively sunli Now however It is Thn concern Is now n company conducted on a cash basis and al lutalls so carefully piannod that dividends to the uockhoiders may bo accurately lotormitKul In advance Under tho late M Hiano It was a itick company too Tho shams wero at par SHOO apiece Thoy pay a Ixod raio of per oont par annum ami a variable dividend Two years ago that divi dend wns a share Last year It was fcU This year it will romo to at least mak ing tho total returns SUfi from oach Invost rueni of SIOO Thirtylive por cunt is a fat dividend to got each year so it Is not sur prising that tho market vauui of these shores Is now moro than SHOO apleco With this advance In business principles has fomo such a spirit of parsimonious thrift as onii would oxpoct to find in the shop of a pawnbroker Everywhere ninan noss Is Tho rulo SOIWIH to ho to got as much from tho visitor and to givo him as little In return as possible The grounds aro untidy and aro rapidly becom ing Tho rooms of tho Casino aro shabby badly ventilated and uncom fortable Tlie attention paid to visitors Is of a most unsatisfactory kind nowadays You are ovon expected to pay Cor a oluak room and complaints aro made dally of tho way In which the patrons of tho tables ara treated by thocmployoos The politeness of old has vanished It Is no longer a place whore people of fashion go to play Tt is a gambling dim puro and simple which poo plo of social distinction now visit chiefly out of ourloslty as thoy would go slum In or Mulberry Uotid Only soa and aky and rock retain tholr old inagnlllconco Hut It pays Thn total Income annually from the tables Is about francs Tho roulotto tablo shows an average dally profit of moro than and a reckless player putting down tho maximum stakes will often send up tho winnings to or or ovon moro For Instance on ono occasion a young man put on tho passe at oaeh tncl of tho table making tho total stake of 32400 lie did this six times In succession each time lonlng making a total loss In about a quarter of an hour of This cleaned out his capital until ho sent homo for more but tho bank wont on playing until moro oamo and even thon the odds wore against tho playor re covering rnonoy ho lost Tho steady playor may have Innings now and then but ho has only to play long enough and It is bound to got tho bettor of him In tho end tfiprht of these roulette tables worn In action last soason so that a very good kloa may bo formed of tho dally Incomo Two tables only aro now dovotod to tronteet quaranto as tho card garno offers more chances and comparatively llttlo pro tit Consequently the numbor of thoso tables has In rotwit years boon grad ually reduced and replaced by tho moro profitable rou lotto Tho facilities for pat this panto will bo sllll further in croiisoi whon tho two rooms of tho now wing aro opened next woolc IN THE DK FENS IS that at n lovoe hold tho past season an American lady was admitted who is not exactly In good standing In royal opinion the Queen being nptto draw the lines somo what rigidly Her Majesty board of tho fict recently probablv through one of her chamber women vlO bv the way aro all of them of n bil ty and she was very angry nfc called ino irlnee to task arid aristocratic gossip bus it that words wero not Mijmd In his royal highness that tho latt fir toolIt very coolly and respectfully and that after leaving the rna terrial be wrote a noto to the ladys husband Inviting them both to spend an overling with him This was also carried to the Quoen and now Albert Ed ward and his mother aro said to oe on very ceremonial terms The attention of tho Prlnco to the lady In r and tho cornplaisnncy of the hus PABNELLS LAST HOPE GONE band uro the talk of the people posted on such subjects and arc viewed with regret by those who hoped that the future King of Rngland had settled down to bo an example of domestic propriety AN INDIAN STAMPEDE FOim The fltoHtlloN Alako a In tho Had Illdgu Indians Tlie Sovuntceneh OrJcm An Attompt to Justify tho Persecu tion oi tho Jews LONDON Nov Dispatch Kranoisro Chronicle Sorloa ing to a Uurlln dispatch a printed circular apparently emanating from tho Russian Government although not stgntnl iy uny ro sponsiblo nanio has boon rotolvtul there The olroulur tho course of the nUn authorities ooncornln tho Jowsv and says that the Czar supported by tho unanimous opinion of the Christian potmla of Russia in the measures regulating tho Iktnvws It Is iissoited that the Jews everywhere goncled tho people to mud noss by usury that they have curried ex tortion to exrromes and that unices re strained thoy would anon ho in possession of nil the property in places whore they reside that they avoid unity service and that tho wealthier among them eompul the Christian sorvjuiis to work on Other ohargns an iniule against the Hebrew race of even moro hi fatuous uuture In rogiird to tho treiVtintnt of Christian servants Tho cir cular Is being Industriously distributed by tho antiSemites In Vienna and Berlin NOTHING FUOM LORD DERBY Ho Was Erroneously Credited With n Donation to JJooths Punl TiOXuoN Nov Sun Francisco Chronidf Booths Social Sulvjvtion Fund amounted at last iuvounts to This doos not in cltidi1 which Lord Derby wns errone ously and strangely sale to huvu given Hud Lord Derby really given that or any other sum to General Booth I believe his sum would soon have reached a million The head of the house of Stanley is tho In earufttion of cold good souse a nmn tsnflroly devoid of that curious for un reasoning benevolence which now runs through tho community like an epidemic Ills approval would have been worth to Booth more than any gift how ever largo Tho gifts keep iknving on Tho particular sum supposed to have come from Lord Derby proves to bo from Lord Alvllo n vury dlttoront man THE QUEEN SCANDALIZED Her Oldest Son Scolded for His In timacy With tin American Nov Francisco Clirontcle s Lory is in circulation of a dlilorenco be tween the Queen and tho Prlnco of Wales ft is customary for tho Prince to hold levees in bebalf of her Majesty and admis sion to ono at these receptions Is according to court In all respects 10 presentation to tbo Queen It appears PINK RIDOE AOENCY S Nov Spoolul to Two of the agency Indian police who have just returned from aascoutlng expedition in tho Wad Lands say that tho hOKtllos have made every prepara tion fora battle and aro waiting for tho troops to attack thorn Tho Hoouts were discovered by tho hostllos and wore obliged to flow for their lives Onu of them hud his horse shot from under him Karly this forenoon word was brought to Agent Kogor that thu frlundlios were disap pearing very rapidly from tholr In situated within sight of the agency buildings An investigation shows that nearly of them have disappeared since lust night The hostIns aro reported to ho burning thoir homos and stealing their cat tle Whether those who have dis appeared havegone to protect their property or to join tho hostllos Is not known but it Is fiuircd they will tako tho latter course It has boon loarnnd through the scouts that the hostilcs withdrawn to tho Bad Lands and In tend thero to await tho corning of tho troops Those Had Lands are similar to those in which tho Modoc niassiicre occurred Tho Seventeenth to Go CURVKKNR Nov to seven companies oC tho Seventeenth Infantry stationed at Fort Mussel throe miles from hero aro promised n look at grtmvisugod war They aro ordered to leave for the front Tuesday Tonights order tolls tho force to tako tho train for tho north on receipt of certain supplies Omaha Thoy will bo gone thirty days at least General and Colonel Outoy think H likely that the Seventeenth Is to ho pitted against tho rods now marauding In Wyom ing Thoso number several hundred and aro altogether too fresh Guns and am munition have hoon sent from this place to six northern points and five mil panies wore organized last wook Tho Had Land Movement PINK KinoE Is learned that tho UosMlofi have moved hinds and thuro await tho coming of the troops Tho seonts say that tho region Is hotter adapted for Indian purposes than tho lava burls In Oregon It IH an utterly bnrron region of pre cipitous oilITs and canons Fow white mon aro acquainted with It but tho Indians know it perfectly Tho fnct that it would bo possible for Indians from there to con tinue raids on settlors on the surrounding with Impunity constitutes tho reason why troops should push after tho Indians now Tho scout who brought tho Informa tion of tho movement also salcl tho hostllos had slaughtered 800 head of oattlo mostly Government property Indians Starving to Death OmcAfiO Nov Williams tonight received a telegram from Gonflral Brooke of Pine Kidgo agency say Ing there is no material change in tho situ ation Tho reported depredations by In dians am not yet substantiated hut parties are looking Into tho matter General Brooke adds Tho Indians here aro suffering for food and I have nothing to give them Tho proverbial Improvidence of food causes Advices wore also received from Fort Bonnott that tho dancing still continues at Cherry creek under tho leadership of Hump and Big Foot A DKPIlAVIfiD YOUTH A Yoniiff Butto Hoodlum Brutally Assaults a Playmate BITTTK to TRJH Wlckdalc a fourteonyoar old boy brutally assailed Chariest Hum bolclt a playmate this afternoon inlliot lug Injuries which the doctors do claro will prove fatal Young WIckdale has long boonknown as ouo of the worst boys In tho place ho evidently having no ambition hut to grow up tho sort of a bad man depleted tn his favorite novels A short time since ho was arrested fjr driving the from the Bonner block with a species of slung shot known to tho boys as a nigger and hardly a week has passed that ho has not brought dlsgraoo upon himself in some such manner This afternoon he enticed young Hum holdt into tho old Lexington mill and de manded from him sixtyfive cents ho had displayed with boyish pride some time bo fore Being refused ho set upon him with a heavy iron rod and after boating his victims head Into a jolly took tho mo ney and lied Tho injured boy was found a short time after and taken to a neighbor ing houso where medical aid was sum moned He recovered sufficiently to toll who his sissailant had boon As tho surgeons present thought his chances for recovery exceedingly slight the youthful desperado was arrested and locked up to await tho result Neither of tho boys are yet 15 Young Wickdalos depravity is said to bo the result of reading too many dime novels A FARMERS ALLIANCE VIEAV Tho Issue Is Between Manhood the American Dolhir OCAtjA Nov annnal meet ing of tho Farmers Alliance begins Tues day In an Interview today President Polk said that tho National Alliance will stand squarely on the platform adopted at St Louis Referring to tho recent election ho said fwr the result ono must look beyond tho McKinloy bill The he said havescratohed away all the rubbish of the negro shirts tariff and Fed eral control of elections It is the money power ruloof plutocracy that has been keep Ing tho people downand the slogan hence forth is financial reform The National banking system must go The laborers must bo given a chance to got whatmoney theyneed upon the security of their real property Tho Issue Is to bea square1 one betweenthe manhood of ica on the one side and the great American1 dollaiiOn the other and unless the leaders great pinties and make are going to bo terrible timesin this cannot pull tho people apart any longer wo slelCOf that rubbish and the onily mou can secure popular support are those who understand the groat economic questions of tlio The Delegates in America Come Out Squarely Against Him HIS MANIFESTO SETTLED THE CASE They Declare that His Leadership Will Disaster to the Irish Attack on tho English Was Beckless m kes a further attempt to disturb arty ho will be crushed is i rumo th it Parnell has offered turo olumarily if Gladstone will s gn u i 1 dglng himself to include in o i e t o rule bill certain points specified by Pa rod MOJRL K Y REPLJ1W TO P CHICAGO Nov while OBrien Gill and OConnor were drawing up documents severing their connection with Parnell oif lines agreed upon with their col leagues In the afternoon the other delegates Dillon Sullivan and dining in another part of the city in com pany with Mrs aged mother of the man Five of them had decided that ho must retire So far as can bo learned tho knowledge of what hud been done was kept from tho old lady and to thoso who knew what was going on down town tho scene must have seemed strangely unreal Tho delegates signed the manifesto wero deeply agitated this evening but felt that they had taken the only proper course It was announced late tonight that Har rington who did not sign the manifesto will separate from his comrades and return to Ireland In an interview Harrington said the leadership of Parnell was absolutely necessary to success He desires tho united independence of the party and deems PnnioHs leadership necessary for this The manifesto issued by the delegates says in part Our sense of Uin 1111110111688 genius of Mr Pnr noll us 11 leader of thcs servluus he had rcndarcd Lho Irish cnusu of the courage integrity and splendid success with which he hud led our pco plo for ton yours and in personal rospeoi and fuoUon which for bound us to him liavo miuli us suspend to the lustpossible moment our judgment against his further leiuliirfihip The obligation lo that judgment is to all of us tin moat pn in fill duty of ouiv lives No earthly consideration could move us to our determination except the solemn con viction that wo nre driyon lo cliooso betwoon Parnell and the destruction of our countrys cause The manifesto which Parnell has just issued cuts us oil from the hist hope to which had clung Anxious to avoid a word that might embitter this controversy vo shall not dwell upon tho cruel injustice with which lie treats members of the party that hus followed him with loyalty and the oilocl is such as no loader ever experienced before retention of their fealty to him hour of trial mitlit well have saved them Lrom tho imputation that any section of thorn could liavo allowed their integrity to be sapped by Liberal wiropulluiH The method in which ignoring the origin of the present calamitous situation Mr Piirnoll endeavored to fasten the responsibility upon Gladstone and Morley compels us to disassociate ourselves in a strong manner from an imputation which wo believe is reckless and unjust We view with abhorrence the attacks nuido on Parnell by public and private enemies under cover of his present ditliculties To at tacks oi this kind addressedto this man of proud and strong spirit wo may attribute many of tho terrible dangers with which Ireland is now threatened and fear that tluiy may clo the further mischief of diverting the minds of many people from grave National to purely personal in natural resentment of ungener ous attacks ou tho groat loader in His hour of distress and disaster but while milking everypossibleallowance for Pur noils feelings wo consider it unjust to thoKng lish people iincl lamentable from the point oi of international good fooling to describe us English wolves thoso who Lave not ben n ublo to bring Uicmsolves Lo Lbe sumo view to which grut itude tmd tho necessity for union impelled Par nells colleagues and countrymen The plea oC Parnell thin Uladstonos letter in volves a churn to dictate to the Irish party and thereby strike nt tho independence of tllat party as n strictly Irish jSutionul body is one ualcti lutod to inspifo every Irish NutlomiliKt with alarm if that plea wore not an obvious fallacy Imtover of opinion may exist as to tho haste with which Gladstones letter was made public it was obviously not his hostility to home rule but an earnest desire to save it from disas ter that prompted Gladstone to write his letter Wo deplore that the dilllcultics of Gladstones position wore not frankly recognized by Parnoll imd that ou the contrary1 friendly private com munications obviously u view to smoothing tho passage of u homo rulo bill have been made the basis of Insinuations of Uenohecy to the Irish cause JJy his conviction again and again expressed that home rule to must bo such u measure as will satisfy the Irish people Gladstone is bound to a full and ample measure of government to Ireland To offer tiny other scheme would not only bo an fiction of incredible baseness but olincrud iblci folly wo emphatically separate our selves from any such charge against Gladstone Kolorrnm suggestion that sonic of tho Irish party should oooijurato in carrying out tlio Irish programme on Liberal lines tlie mani festo says Nobody who knows Morleys charac ter will doubt that tho suggestion was made in an honest bolitif that the Liberal Alinislry bo helpedin the dilliciilt work of currying tnrougli tho details of an Irish Homo Rule bill by tho cooparution of thoir Irish colloagues and it was not an insidious attempt on the integrity and independence of the Irish party Wo haviMiow to confront the statement that ParnoHs leadership opens an impassable gulf be tween the representatives of Ireland and the Liberal party who have faithfully observed their side of tho is aggra vated by deplorable expressions ol1 illwill toward the British people whohave again and again within tho past live years manitafitad their de termination to clu justice torchuid and have by their votes tho arm ol coerision In deliberately bringingthings to this position Parnoll has entered upon a rash and fatal path upon which overy consideration of Irelands safety as well as of personal honor forbid us absolutely to follow him fl What Tyir Parnoll asks s stripped of all side issue is to snorillco all hopes of an anrly settlement of tho Irish struggle to his resolve to maintain his personal position We are driven to cltoose between our leatlor and pur cause In tbat sad choice wo cannot hesitate We are couvinwd jthat a cnlm but resolute course of action by ourptuty m this cruel emergency will redound to the udvautngo of the cause of iur jiisliing conclusive the capacity of our party and people for solLgovonmient We cannot relinquish tho hope that in the face of such decisive action by the representatives of the Irish people PurneHs sense of patriotism will withhold him from plunging Ireland into thoso horrors of dissension which have so oiton robbed her of liberty at the mom cut when it was within her grasp und save hinv from undoing in ono passionate hour results of all his incom paraolalfcorvices to his ST1OL OBSTINATE Parnell and such of his party as support him had a conference last night It is understood that Oondon Roche Doasy and Lauo urged retire Parnell bow ever expressed a determination to fight to the last If adopt obstructive meeting to morrow the antiParuellites will leave the in a body and vote for his retire ment elsewhere A report is currentthat unless Gladstone withdraws the denial of his letter Parnell will produce proofs hitherto with held of the accuracy ofhis statement t Dr Parker in his sermon today said Parnells manifestoshows the writer must be mad MICHAEL DAVITTS VIEWS Michael Davitt Inan the declaration of the Irish America said that itToudered Parnells the leadership an impossibility Its with the Irish people will beimmenso party has come through the ordeal with the greatest honor and ha believes it willremain united and independeut He believes that to will be unan inious A few Parnells If Parnell remains PaTllament hostile to the Iisli party o iiity Ireland rule lier a displaced who juay party dence ho stiill retiiijiitheir gratltudorbut if He Says the Statements in the Mani ie8to Were Incorrect Nov has written the in reply to Parnells manifesto lie says nosltively that he made no attempt to fetter Parnells action with reference to the lanJ bill Both Gladstone and myself completely recognized that their relations with the Irish party were thoso of an in dependent alliance and not a fusion Par i he suys imputes to remarkable proposal without an object absorbing the party into English polities by means of ollice I made no proposal It was natural that in a free confidential dis cussion of the possible 1 should wish to make sure for Gladstones information that Parnell still held to his selfdenying declaration of 18SO His answer was what I fully Morley suys that Parnells account of what passed on tho same occasionon the subject of on the Plan of Ourupaijn estates Is incorrect Though IK foresaw dilticultios in the way of legislation he never salcl that ho or any of his coUeatfuos had formed any conclu sions against legislati n lie did say that whether by direct or indirect action the evicted tenants ought not to be allowed to suffer He never hinted that it would be impassible for an Irish Parliament to do anything in tho matter In conclusion lie suys that on November 15th he was under themost distinct impression that Parnell did not object to the sugsestions thrown out at Hawarden a yearago as todie subjects for provisional examination if thoso sug gestions were likely to mdice the scheme gen erally acceptable to Great Britain Mrs OShea Is at Brighton wilh her four daughters and Parnell waa with her during the Parliamentary recess Ho returned to Brighton after the trial of the divorce case CORK WAS DISAPPOINTED Parnell Fails to Arrive as Sched Crolces Views Conic Nov was expected to arrive here this morning and large crowds gathered at the station The Mayor and a committee of the National League wore in waiting to present him air address oi wel cume and confidence and thousands of per sons accompanied by bands of wero Inline He did not come and after giving throe hearty cheers for Paruell tbe crowd dispersed AN ARCHBISHOPS ADVICE Archbishop Oroke in ja telegram to Mc Carthy says All are sorry Cor Parnoll butin Gods name Jet him retire quietly uucl with good gruce from the leiulerdhip If ho cloos the party will remain united in honor and nllkmco with the Gliul stouians uud homo rulo will be certain If ho does not tho alliance will bi dissolved home rule indefinitely postponed coercion perpetuated evicted toimnts bopelossly crushed and public confidence outraged The Daily Telegraph says Parnoll has sent an ultimatum to Gladstone with a threat that unless lie received in twentyfour hours a reply favorable to his interests he will re veal everything concerning the relations of tho English radical party and himself Gladstone ignored it Tlie Bishops Against Him DUBLIN Nov In an Interview today said his recent utter ances wore guarded because Parnell had not then spoken Now he says unless Par noil clears himself the charge of adultery the party that takes him as their leader will not find the support cooperation or coulldenco of the Irisb bishops Parnells breach of Gladstones confidence the arch bishop considered blameable IrishAmericans Against Him PHILADELPHIA Parnell branch of the Irish National League one of tho oldest and most important in the coun try today adopted a resolution calling on Parnell to THE CLEARING HOUSES Business of the Banks Throughout the Country BOSTON Nov to TRIB following table compiled from dispatches from the clearinghouses of the cities named shows the gross exchanges for last week with the relative per cent of in crease and decrease as against similar amounts for thecorresponding week in 1880 CITIES Now Boston Chicago PhiladulphJo St Louis Pittsburg Sun B ii Rim ore Cincinnati New Kansas City Milwaukee liuiralo Galveston Providonce Omahft Deiver h St Columbus Memphis Dallas Portland Or Washington Fort St Joseph Portland Worcester New Sioux City Seattle Wichita Lowell Wilmington Birmingham Grand Rupids Los DCS Moines New Lexington Ky Montreal Clearances 8 J Incrse s 4 6A 2 Docrse includcdiia totals No clearinghouse at tbis time A HORRIBLE SDIC1BE A Denver Official Grave and Stabs The body of Crocker president Board of Public Works who was three ty about noon todayv The discbTery was Farmer who Avas in a horrible been THE HEW AMERICAN NAVY Interesting Features of Secretary Tracys Annual Report MAGNIFICENT SHIPS BEING BUILT Some of the New Vessels Anything of Their Class iii the World Tho Departments Harbor Defense Naval Militia ai w WASHINGTON D Nov an an nual report of srcat length Secretary of the Navy Tracy pivcs much interesting Informa tion about the now navy Among the un completed craft special mention is made of the armored cruiser New as a ves sel In which has been attained the unusual combination of great offensive and defensive power with extraordinary coal endurance and high speed Her armament is un equaled by any ship of tho cruiser type in the world and it Rives her chances not to despised should she be driven to an encoun ter with a battleship The three battleships now building ono in Sau Francisco are de clared to be vessels whose equal as fighting ships does not exist today There are others of greater size but none of greater power or ofilciency Much space is also devoted to tho triple screw protected cruiser which has a armament enormous horse power speed faster than any ocean grey hound now in existence and coal endurance which with the ordinary cruising time gives her an endurance of 103 days or a radius of action of knots Six ships like her would exterminate the commerce of any country under the presentcontfitiona of commerce protection Regarding armor the Bethlehem Iron Company Is still disappointing the Depart ment in setting its plant completed Tho time now fixed for completion is July nearly two years after the contract time Another contract has been made with the Carnegie firm to begin the delivery of armor June next and deliver 500 tons a month thereafter If both firms come up to expectations it will take two years from July 1891 to complete armor for tho ships now authorized The report deals at length with the ex periments with compound nickel stoel plate Before entering upon extensive purchases the Department thought it wise to make further tests and a limited quantity of nickel amounting in value to 000 has been purchased No more will be procured until complete exhaustive experiments demonstrate the success of the plate beyond a doubt In discussing ordnance matterstho Secre tary particularly calls attention to tho redaction of the cost of main guns and carriages which the Washington gun factory has accomplished To take a single in stance tho Government under an old con paid per gun for the manufacture of eightinch from the cost of forgings The Washington gun factory in 18SS manufactured then for and this year for Tho armorpiercing pro jectiles hitherto received from private firms in this country having proved unsatisfac tory a contract has been made for a quan tity of the foreign process to be manufac tured in this country while the Department will still endeavor to bring about arrange ments to secure a satisfactory American projectile The diversity of rapid firing guns has ledtho Department to look with favor upon the plan to limit the smaller rapid firing guns to sixpounder and one pounder and abandon the three ponnder and fortyseven and thirtyseven millimeters as soon The Hotchkiss Company not having been aole yet to produce satisfactorily the liowell torpedoes arrangements have been mado with tho Whltehead company whereby an American Company will shortly be enabled to supply a number of their tor pedoes When the Hotchldss perfect they will be given tests Of torpedoes others than the Automoriblo Patrick tor pedo electrically directed from the shore have undergone a successful test Regarding the personnel service the Secretary repeats the recommendations of Chief Engineer Melville and other heads ot bureaus for an increase in tho number of some of the officers and an equalization of others Considerable spaco ia given to naval tho want of which is declared to be ono of the most vital defects of our system Reference Is made to tho active interest on the subject in some of the Eastern and the Pacific Coast during the past two years and tho Secretary says all that is needed is such action on the part of Congress as will put the naval militia on the same footing as the land militia There is every reason to believe that with proper encouragement the creation of a naval militia will bo assured Tho general estimates for the support of the navy including public works and the marinocorps for tho next fiscal year show a total of less then last year and S156000 less than the current year appro priation The estimates for increase in 1691 are against for last year The largest parr of this increase however is for payment on outstanding contracts The Secretary draws attention to the necessitiesof the most vulnerable points along our ooasts for adequateprotection from foreign fleets No land force however resolute or could be effective the ships now authorized are completed we should hob have a lighting chance our line of defense being so long and its parts so divided and remote Noth ing short of a force of battleships numerous enough to be disrributed in separate of attack and able to concentrate on any threatenedpoint within their own field will prove complete protection The type of ships the department suggests for harbor defense purposes is an enlarged of not more than fourteen to sixteen feet draught and withheavy armor and arma ment these ships to be exclusively for local purposes and tohave stations from which they shall never bo absent They would stay entrance of the enemy until the battleships cOuJd arrive less expensive thaii1 scegoing ships and answers as noOther can the requirements ofoAmerican harbors movement1 toward the creationof anaval militia will receive ad ditional strength and of this National foripcstl harbor defense ship would be a rallying point a drill ball or naval school for young men who showed earnestness of naval militia It should be their privilegeto be cbmethe principal source fur of their local ships andtheresultjiwould be an to the ofthe If such planiis vai they and AN IMMIGRATION BIMj An Elaborate Measure Prepared by Representative Lodjc WASHINGTON Nov socontl ses sion of the Fiftyfirst Congress begins at noon tomorrow The programme of busi ness of the week is not yet determined by either house Lodge will introduce In the House tomorrow a bill to regulaio Immigra tion Tt is elaborate measure It ex cludes any pefsou obnoxious in any way to the existing laws including alien contract laborers It seeks to shut out disense paupers thoso liable to bocomo a public charge and the illiterate The main point ir the requirement that every immigrant shall obtain a certificate from some United States Consul or diplomatic representative without which he can not land in this coun try The bill is framed to seuure rigid en forcement of its provisions DiLLON ONLY A MAKESHIFT GOULD HOOKING FOR A MAN TO BKPLAC1S Union Pacifics Not Kurninsj iralf a JVJUUon in Treats Sngos Attack Siloiico BOSTON Nov to It Is intimated here that Mr Dillon is only tho Union Pacific temporarily or until Mr Gould can iind a competent man to bo the active head of tbo company or its general manager Mr Gould would proba bly increiiho Mr salary if ho could secure him Mr Gould has apparently bcpun his reform management of tho road by condensing the October or perhaps he feared that It might Interfere with tho Thanks giving diprestion of the stockholders of the company Tho statement was to the directors Wednesday and read about318 follows in earnings in crease in expense decrease in net compared with October J889 BOSTON Nov relation to Uie inti mation by Mr Sago that Mr Adams gave lower rates to a smchor in which he was interested it is said by one familiar with Union Paciiic alfsilrs that Mr Adjuns has hud nothing to do vith the making of smelter rates Mr Adams was asked about this and he snid Ithiuk I can afford to receive Mr Sages attack in absolute When asked if it true thnt the Union Pacific North western agreement broke up the so called gentlemans Mr Adams replied Everybody knows perfectly well that tho Interstate Com merce Association was a dead letter before tho agreement with tho Northwestern waa entered into I la bored earnestly in New York to make a strong agreement pledging the railroad presidents to a responsible maintenance of rates The agreement as drawn was mod ified before its adoption at Chicago so that there was no force in it The Illinois Cen tral refused to come in and the Cbioago Alton withdrew The association was utterly dead and with no vitality left in It before tho Northwestern contract was negotiated It was supposed at the time that that con tract did not interfere the presidents agreement When it was ascertained that it did the two companies withdrew from the association THE EPISCOPAL MONK FATHER IGNATIUS TO PREACH TO THE NEW YORKERS The Romarkftblc Character In World Bishop Had No Use for Him NETV YORK Nov Dispatch Francisco Chronicle lenatius tho celebrated Anglican monk will according to a dispatch received yes terday from Boston inaugurate a series of religious services in New York during the coming week Bishop Potter has given Father Ignatius the freedom ol his dJocese Tho dispatch further states that before the controversy monk and Bishop Paddock of Massachusetts took place Bishop Potter sent a missionary license to preach in the Episcopal churches In New York State that Father Ignatius thinking that his exclusion in Boston might influence Bishop Potter as it had Bishop Clark of Rhode Island returned the license with all the published correspondence with Bishop Paddock Bishop Potter replied that he had read the whole controversy and as a result was only confirmed thereby in his previous judgment vt the case and granted an extension of the license Father is one of the most re markable characters in the religious world of today A nativeof Wales a member of the Established Church he adopted the views of the extreme ritualists and con ceived the idea of forming within the Epis copal Church a monastic order similar to some of the great orders within the Roman Oath olio Church Ho adopted the garb of a monk and with his lonpc robe secured at the waistwith a girdle presented a very striking figurein the pulpit His preaching was remarkable for its force and originality and the effect was biRhtenod by his tall square erect figure Immense crowds as sembled to Mm and with a view to extending his missionary work He de cided some time last summer to come tothe United States Since his arrival in this country Boston has been the principal scone of his work The novelty his methods gave him at onco an immense wherever he preached he never failed to fill tho edifice to the doors Bishop Paddock however did not ap prove his method and he has use of Episcopal churches for hisservices It was this faction 6n the part ofBishop Paddock which caused Bishop Clarke of Rhode Island to take a similar qourse but Bisliop Potter of this city has apparently come to different conclusions regarding the work of the Anglican monk Father Igna tius concludes his labors in Boston tomor HTne venerable Bishop Whipnle of Minne sota who heard thos evangelist monk at Newport has invited him tu bold a kirks of missions in his own diocese Bishop Leon ard of Ohio has extended to him a similar invitation Several other bishops if report speaks have already taken sides for or against ascetic Twenty yearsago he and his followers were stoned and reviled in the streets1 of Norwich but when he paid a ylsit to that town in men cast their coals on the pavement for him to walk u pun and little his pathwith The annual Welshgathering of the Royal Eistedfodd is an assemblage which the most eminent men In feef honored in1being caljedxupoh to address WHS tbe bratori in 1888 and Father Ignasi us succeeded him a year So great is his of thatthe clergy in one far have asked their Xheir THE INTERIOR AFFAIRS pirtimBt Many Important Subjects Covered by Secretary Mles Report GOOD WORK OF THE CENSUS BUREAU Indian Affairs the Public Schools Pensions the Mormons and a Mul titude of Other Sec retary Not Deceived by the Wood ruff Manifesto WASHTXOXON Nov of the Interior Noble in his annual report tho vacant lands of tho United States ex clusive of those in Alaska present ox tond over acres of which aro already surveyed Alaska con tains square miles or ncrcs of which not moro than 1000 acres have been entered Tho aggregate reaches acres Tho policy of the Department has been continued as the Secretarys last report shows it to have been begun under tho present administration in giving a liberal interpretation to tho land laws in favor of the settlors and by advancing as far as can reasonably be done tho early decisions upon all entries mado contested or uncon Nineteen million acres of agricul tural land were transferred TM actual set tlers during tho past year embracing thoso upon final und commuted homestead entries preemption timber culture dosert pri vate cash townsite and all other entries for strictly agriculture nonmineral lands Tho lands patented to States for educa tion internal improvements and publia buildings have exceeded 300 por oont over the previous year amounting in 1S90 to acres Tho patents issued for tho year ending June 30 numbered as against the preceding year or an increase for tho last year in patents of and in land of acres tho patents for 1S90 covering acres thoso for 18S9 In addition to these there was an increase of 494 in mineral and millsite patents is sued in 1890 thoso for 1890 being 1407 Tho area of coal lands granted in 1890 nearly doubled that of the previous year The total receipts from public lands wero The Secretary recommends tho establish ment of a United States Land Court for the settlement of private laud claims and some lecislation for the protection of the Mexi can residents of New Mexico in their prop erty rights On the subject of arid lands the Secretary says in part location and selection on tho public lands of reservoir sites Is proceeding with very decided energy undor tho law of August 30 1S90 and tho present existence oi the sites their continued multiplication and their future use now demand from tho people and the Government tho most serious The Secretary urges that Congress should without delay enact comprehensive laws determining the national policy inthis business and if are subject to local control particularly guarding guarding against such misuse ofthe powers granted as would either allow tho upper lands to absorb the water continuously through the dry season or the authorities to require any but the cheapest and most liberal terms for its transportation to tho inhabitants and Tho most valuable timber onthe public lands is being rapidly exhausted and that tho several laws now In force are wholly in adequate to prevent tho public forests from v illegal appropriation or to protect the in terests of the settlers who may need to them in tho development of the country The protection of tho timber upon tho public domain is of the first Importance The great commercial value of this product the ease with which it may be illegally ap propriated the difficulty of protecting tbo largo forests from ravages by fire which destroys annually a very much larger amount of wood on the public lands than all other causes combined seem to require ad ditional legislation by Indian Affairs Tn reviewing the past years work of tho Department in regard to Indians it is seen there has been steady progress mado ia engaging them in peaceful ways and indus trial pursuits A stronger desire ismaci festod among many for the education of their children for the Individual ownership of land generally for tho comforts of civilization There are not more than 000 Indians within tho borders of the United States excluding The greater part of these reside upon or bavo some interest in the existing reservations the others liv Ing upon a portion of tho public domain The aggregate area of the Indian reserva tlons was at the last report about 000 acres or square miles which Is as calculated by the Indian Commissioner greater than that of the New England and Middle States combined greater than the aggregate area of the States of Ohio Ind I ana Illinois and Kentucky and nearly equal to fhe combined area of the two Da koias and Montana or to carry tho com parison further it is larger by half than tho United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ire land larger than Sweden or nearly as larjie as either Franco or There has been a reduction during fiscal year by cession of Indian title tores ervatiions under ratified agreements to the extent of about thirteen million acresof lands heretofore held by them leaving tha aggregate area of reserved land at this timo over one hundred and three million acres This is sufficient to give each of the pylng Indians or having thereon over aneV fifty acres If all were given allotments as provided iix existing laws and treaties each Indian would receive not more than an average of V eiirhty acres of agricultural land or I6Q grazing land The in rcseivation appears therefore to reasonably large A of it it lying and is a bar to the Indians progress and our countrys merit restore this to the jc domain will work hardship to the If tho are made upon terms as fair as haver charac tori zed the agreements recently Those Indians especially wio by vhe Government not because of treatyV obligations but Jn order to save starvatlcn toeholdC these large tracts without actual or use It wouldbe better for cachjtribo part with its claim for a tlon that would f und securely jU held by the United States and upon it coiilddepend forthe support proper homesteads they may support theniaelvea If of agreement Jx made with the Sioux are speedily for and enforced it is believed H tribe be rapid progress toward civilization heretoforebeen in 1 trextnien t Gbrernmaiiit to ;