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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah Circulation exceeding that of all the other Dailies in the city combined Tfcte most best rnoditzmin 1 1 t j tne mountain region t VOL 277 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FBIDAY WOTZNTNGr 1STOVEMBEK 21 1890 PRICE JFIVE CENTS IMPRISONED BY THE HAHDI An Italian Nun Endures Eight Years of Crnel Captivity HER FLIGHT THROUGH THE WILDERNESS The Question at Paris Is Still Who Killed American Scandal at in the Hands of the People Dispatch Ban Francisco CJironMr Italian pa pers report the arrival at Verona of the nun Sister Maria CaprlnJ who waa mado a pris oner by the Mahdi hi 1882 and who succeeded In escaping from the Boudim a few weeks ago Sister Caprlnl soon af ter having taken the veil had been to the southern province of Egypt and had stopped at El Obld with several of her companions and missionary monks On January 1 1883 the iMnhdi having defeated the army of Keouf Pasha composed of 8000 mori twentyseven or whom only escaped alive appeared be fortthe walls of Obld The city was cap tured after four months and a half of slega operations Tho 3500 Egyptians who eur nmdorud wore massacred in cold blood and the Inhabitants driven away Sisitor Japrhil and her companions were thrown into prison and suffered terribly One day the Mahdi angered by their refusal to embrace the Moslem religion ordered that they should bo taken from prison and beheaded Fortunately he changed hiH rnlnd and sent them bad to the zorlbll or jail enclosure but only after their drosses and clothing had been taken from Two nUters and one missionary died soon after from want and 111 treatment During years tho prisoners wore in the hands ofthe Soudanese but two years after tho death of the Mahdl they wore assisted In escaping by some native Christians They painted their faces black so us to look like traveled rapidly during many nights sometimes sailing down tho Balirel ablad and at other times crossing the forest near tho river Finally they reached Bor bur and thence tho British and Egyptian advance posts Sister Gaprlnl on her arrival at Alexan dria embarked on a steamer bound for Italy She has gone to Verona to visit her mother and brother who had Riven up all hope of ever seeing her again In spite of tho torments she has already suffered Sister Ciapriril enjoys vory good health and she Intends to return aoori to tho African mis sions TUB 7RJSH MUST SETTLE IT Parnoll Will Not Be Influenced by Rntflisb Politic Jams LorfnoN Nov has nont several of his colleagues a communication tho ofVoct that as long as he Is supported ty his colleagues the Irish people ho will remain at the holm In pollMcs Ho says ho hns never sought olthorofHoo or reward of kind from any English party and he dors not sook their assistance now The Irish people not the English politicians must douUlw the question of leadership of tho Nationalist party At this critical juncture he would bo false to his duty to Irflnrid If ho should desert his position be cause of private matters with which politics have no concern When Ills mission Is ac complished and justice has boon won for Ireland after a long struggle against over whelming odds the people may choose whom they will to conduct their local allalrs niniUN Nov statement Is made in Nationalist circles that Purnoll will re sign his seat in Parliament at tho end of tho session and offer himself for reelection At a great National mooting today the Lord Mayor made tho opening address Ho says tho only crime of which Ireland would Lake notionwas one Parnell was Incapable of committing namely treason to the cause Justin McCarthy in moving a vote of confidence In Parnoll said he did not Ignore the serious of the question but was sure It would not cost him a single friend Timothy IToaly In seconding McCarthys motion said for ar Irishman Parnoll was less a man than an Institution McCarthys motion carried amid great en IT WAS A LOVEHS REVENGE The Russian General Instrumental in Ruining Girl PAHTS Nov the request of tho Russian Embassy no autopsy will bo held on the body of General SollvorskofL Tho Gcov ornmont Is acting energetically against tho nihilists In Paris Mitin says tho police bollero tho kill not of private vengeance Padlewaky wua tho lover of a girl who hud been enticed by a woman at the Instance of BellvorskolT Into a house of 111 fame This It is claimed was motive for tho crime A llason existed between the woman who Induced tho girl to visit the house and SollverskotV Tho nihilists hero atllrm that tho Gcmoral was Director of the Russian Police In Franco played an Important part in tho rooont arrests of nihilists In Paris The newspapers rfcull tho fnot that a servant of Soli vorskoff named Muller was assassinated In Paris In and that tho murderer WHS never found Since the General has received a number of letuirs threatening him with death the Nihilist Committee had decided if Sophia Gunsborg ar rested at St Petersburg for having bombs was sentenced to Sollvorskoff would bo killed The woman was sentenced to bo Monday arid tho shooting of the General occurred tho day after A person resembling Padlewsky crossed tho Belgian frontier Tuesday night Ing tho centennial exposition Tho City SHO Paulo was unanimously selected asi the most appropriate both on account of Its geographical aud topographical position and its intellectual and Industrial development Besides being the center of the coffee plan tations It has tho necessary funds to advance tho expenses Tho exposition will be opened tho 15th of November 1892 tho third anniversary of the proclamation of tho Brazilian Republic and the fourth cen tury wince tho discovery of America by Christopher Columbus It is tho first expo sition of tho kind evor held In Tho Government of Brazil will take tberespoaei bility of Inviting tho American nations to cooperate and to send delegates in order to hase tho rights of each protected and tholr Interests promoted Tho Brazilians are not stingy Tho printing press Is hard at work to make soft cash and henoo thoy will bogln with a fund of Action of the Lymph Nov Frankfort Courier says of Dr Ivochs remedy by Injection of lyrnph Tho tubercle germ la killed at the same time the Injected particles retain suffi cient strength to detach and expel the dead germs together with all the dead tissue A roparativo process ensues and healing follows Bank of England Bullion LONTON Nov bullion In tho Bank of England Increased dur ing tho week Tho proportion of tho bank reserve to Its liability which last week was per cent Is now per cent regular meeting of tho directors of tho Bank of England today made no change In the rate of discount THE PINE RIDGE HOSTILES General Brook Arrives and Ghost Dance Continues the THE CRAZE SPREADS TO MONTANA so far at least as tne commanders nre con corned comprise some off the oldest fighters in this section of the country A TRADERS REPORT If The Young Backs Procuring Win chesters atid Hawk Resurrected by the Messiah of the Indian Bureau Bull Deserted A Mission Steamer Confiscated LONDON Nov from Congo Stato say the Baptist missions steamboat on the Upper Congo river confiscated by officers of Congo State for Stuto purposes The British Hag was hauled down Brazilian Decreen Rescinded RJO JANUIHO Nov Brazilian Government hasrescinded its decree of banishment against ExPremier Preto Soilov Alfonso ExPresident of the Province of Klo Janeiro and Sefior Martinez Ex President of Itio Grande doi Sur Professor Koch Decorated Nov William be stowed the Grand Gross of the Order of the Rod Eagle upon Professor Koch Three pa tients treated by the Koch method ure re ported dead They wore all in a critical condition before they received injections A Barings Reorganisation LONDON Nov Is reported that the house of Baring Brothers Co is about to bo reconstructed as a joint stock company with several largo capitalists In including Guinness and others An Austrian Broker Thrashed TTCNNA Nov indignant crowd today severely thrashed a member of the Bourse who had been suponded Ing false reports designed to make money dear The Bank of France Statement Pxnrs Nov weekly statement of the Bank of Franco shows a decrease In gold of francs and an Increase In sliver of francs Gladstone Denies a Statement LONDON Nov telegraphs that is not trno that he convoyed anIn timation to Parnell as to the course he should pursue V Queen Emma Sworn In Tnx HAGTTH Nov Emraa to day took the oath as Regent WHAT THE FARMERS WANT ADOPTED BY THE PARTY The Oovonnnonfc Should IJonn Money to and Proitldont Hixl SouutorB lie by Popular Nov Farmers MutntU Boneflfc Association today agreed resolutions demanding a revision of tho patent laws abolition oC the national bank ing system that tho circulating medium be confined to gold silver and copper coins aud United Slates Treasury notxjs favoring the loaning of money by the National Gov ernment to citizens in sums not exceeding fo any person arid properly secured at interest not exceeding four por cent per annum favoring tho issue and sale at par of United States bonds of and bearing two per cent Interest and re at the option of the holders and Government The resolutions further demand regula tions of corporations by law favor the election of President VicePresident and United States Senators by a popular vote oppose tho civil service laws and tenure in oiltoo of United Judges not to exceed nine yorus tho election of postmasters and ware house commissioners by popular vote Is also urged pensions to soldiers and sailors are approved and tho revision of the Govern ment ofllciaIs salaries Is commended as Is also a reduction oftaxation on necessities and conveniences and a regulation of imtul gvatlon and the manufacture of adulter ated foods The resolutions conclude by making provisions for tho establishment of a National organization Co attend tho coming sessions of the legislatures throughout the country In tho Interest ot the farmers or gan Ixations and calling upon the represen tatives of the association to keep aloof from both tho old parties CHICAGO Nov Miles this evening received a telegram froaiRushville informing him that General Brookes command reached Pine Ridge at 7 oclock thl morning The Indians are coming In In largo numbers from There Is much excitement and the ghost dance con tinues General Miles received a communication from an officer at Camp Poplar Elver dated November 17th containing consider able matter of interest with reference to the Messiah oruze The onicer reports all In dians in that vicinity affected by the pre vailing craze and even the more Intelligent halfbreeds believe in of young Indians havo recently procured new Win Chester rifles Where the officer could not ascertain There Las been no excitement up there yet nor any danoas but there Is deep and universal interest and a belief that there will supernatural manifestations before very long One of Sitting lieutenants White Gut with two other Sioux have recently been up rhere preaching tho new doctrine denouncing the schools and tolling the In dians to providethemselves with arms and ammunition and join other Indians next spring in the Black Hills country They wore ordered off the reservation and went to the mountains north of tho British line to proselyte the OgulJalas and Uncapapas One of the loyal Indians told this officer that In case the Sioux should open hostili ties many young warriors from that vicinity are likely to go and join them The Ogallalas and Uncapapas north of the British line are a bad lot Some of them were In the Oustor affair and sonic of the older ones were concerned In tho Minnesota massacre of 1807 The Gros Voutres Indiansat Fort Belknap are In a very turbulent state As an in stance of the stories floating around the of ficers tell one current on the reservation to the effect that several young warriors started from there to visit Sitting Bull and learn about the new Messiah On the way one of tliem Yellow Hawk said he had been commanded in a dream to kill himself as a tost of his faith with a promise that should be raised from the dead He oom niltted suicide accordingly and the party wont on without him When they reached Standing Rock they found Yellow Hawk there alive and well haying been ted and takeu to Standing Ebck ahpad of his companions story soht back by y General Miles satisfaction this evening ithat General Brookes troops reached the agency the Indians Inaugurated hostilities anoV the further factthat the latter are not com mitt Ing any violence said he have to attack us In our or else break away from the reservation The danger now la that bucks may leave the reservation The appear anoo of General Brookses command how ever will have theeffect of sustaining the authority of the Government and give pro tection to tho loyal the Ghost Dance Is Stopped Trouble Will Follow KANSAS CITT Noy dispatch from Plue Ridge from Tames Finley formerly of this city now a trader at Piue Ridge agency was received hero dispatch mentions the avrivAl of tho troops and continues as Indians are actually crazed with religious fanaticism aud the excitement ut the ghost dance is most intense It is the general opinion among the troops that they will be orderedin a day or two to stop the Indians ghost dance Then trouble Two or three of these dances are now In A herder who just reached here reports that several hundred congregated secretly nine miles from this place They are all heavily armed and are expecting the Rosebud Sioux to join them GOULD IS STILL ON DECK Charles Francis Adams Said to Be Willing to Resign AGENTS OP THE CZAR WHEN HE IS REQUESTED TO DO SO A WASHINOTON DIs Francisco CJironicle Iad3r signing herself who tro fesses great psychological powers publishes a prediction here today that there will bo a general Indian war which will result in the almost of the Indians Professor Coues tho noted theosophist and exdisciple of Madame Blavabsky vouches S saying that she made psychological forecasts in the past few yearson other matters which have proven extremely accurate Sitting Bull Deserted STANDING BOOK AGENCY McLaughlln has returned from visit to Sitting Bulls camp He believes the danger of an outbreak past Sitting Bull aud his losing falth iu the Messiah McLaughlin says the In dians are deserting Sitting Bull and has not got enough men to go on the warpath if he wanted to Devils Lake Quiet N Nov Sioux on Devils Lake reservationare not especially stirred up yet All the troops at Fort Totton have been removed to Standing Rook The citizens here but It is not believed the Indians contemplate an outbreak ABOLISH THE INDIAN BUliJDAU Gonlds Control of the Union Pacific Rocke fellers Will Squeeze Villard Out of the Northern North em Pacific Dividend The an HUMP REED AND HIS BRAVES SKILLFUL SURGERY and Dia HE WAS FIGHTING DRUNK Outcome of a Dinner to the Ameri can Consul at Paris PAHTS Nov Francisco Chronicle Series recent to ConsulGeneral King has resulted In scandal to the American colony Presi dent Gorman of the AngloAmerican Bank and a number of friends had retired to the se clusion of Henrys American bur in the Rue Volnoy before the dinner to Kins was really over Tn the party were Mr Lee Ross a banker General S 0 You UK of Cincinnati and Mr Band of Now York City Suddenly J H Hobson general manager of tho AngloAmerican Bank arrived and In a mood more Insulting than merry chal lenged each of the gentlemen to fight Finally Mr Gorman jumped up and told him he was no longer an employee of the bank and so In other worda he was dis charged Tho next morning Hobson went to the bank and notwithstanding bla apol ogy to Gorman he waa ordered out and at once returned to America A BRAZILIAN EXPOSITION The American Nations Will Be In vited to Participate SAO PATTto Brazil Nov Francisco Chronicle A large meeting of lufluentliil men had been held to take definite regard A Arm Shoulder Blade Collar Bono Removed NKYT YORK Nov Francisco remarkable surgical operation was per formed at Mount Sina In Lexing ton Avenue recently It la thought that it Is tho of Its kind over performed country The operation was the removal of the entire left arm shoulder blade and collar bone and muscles attached thereto of a man J54 years old According to tho records such operation has been performed only thrice before once in France and twice In England In a few days the patient will leave the hospital healthier than entered so complete and thorough has been the work of the surgeons Tha patient Is Judab Halprin a native of Russia and a tailor by trade His malady was a malignant tumor which affected his shoulder The operation occupied one hour and forty minutes The patient will bo at homo uext week minus his left arm shoulder blade and collar bone Whittiers Nephew Suicides NEW YOBK Nov Dispatch lranclsco Chronicle Frank Whlttler nephew of the poet John G Wbitticr committed suicide yesterday after noon at 174 East Seventysixth street by taking prusslo aold He was a native of Boston 50 years old and 1 single He at tended school In Boston and then went to Philadelphia wheio ho graduated as a physician at tho Uulverslsy of renusylyauia He came to New York about 3874 v 8tAinboul Record his record on the Stockton making a mile in track today Three Hundred Painted Warriors Act in a Suspicious Manner PIBHHE S NOV Norvjlle the Special Indian Agent stationed at this point returned today from a trip up Red river where he went on receipt of news that tho Indians on account of the Messiah dance were falling to attend to the distri bution of rations and were killing cattle Ho reports that ho found the Indians much excited and their famous ghost dunces with a zest and perseverance that Is alarming He found with about braves of the Two Kettle band all painted up aud acting in a very suspi cions manner Cowboys who arrived here tonight stated that the Indians killed a number of cattle and wereactingIn a strange manner and tho famous Indian Stepps the had told them they had better keep on their guard Some of the chiefs told Norylllo that several of the hostiles had urged them to join the ghost dances making a threat that If they didnt enough force be sent against them to kill thorn All claim to stand great fear of the hostiles RUMORS OF Tract Distributlnjf Policy Utter Impossibility ST PAUL NOT Dispatch San Francisco local paper prints a letter from a correspondent at Rosebud Agency which in part It seems to be the gencral opinion among the traders among the themselves thatit wouldJbe much better If the Indian Bureau wore done with altogether White settlers inthls region are agreed that the Indianai ought to bo given Into tho care of the army to be at tended to just as the sold Indians are by nature adinire soldiery and respect Indian Bureau it only permits the to gather to gether arms and supplies foJr another war the years of they flnallyrevolb agaliirst ontll then Is the army called on If the army had the running Rosebud and along the Pine few years the ranchmen all over would not be now frightened and fleeing from Ihe would havo boon keptunder stricterdisoi pline and at the same time would have been treated with more kindness As ib has the rod killed cows end oxen given tothem1 for breeding and working purposes aud havo made no secret of do ing so defy Ing arrest on the ground that they were forced to Ia this state of insubordination the Indians say they bad better die fighting die a slow death of starvation the new religion prornlses their return to earth at the coming of the millennium and so they great tear of The time set for the beginning of the iie era was next spring but has since been set tho new moon after the next one cember It V i Within the past three weeksthe red skins have traded horses and everything else they could trade for arms aadianimuni tion and all the cash they could become possessed of is spent in tho same THE KNIGHTS IN POLITICS Buffalo Bill the Author of a Sensa tional Report CHICAGO Nov Bill whole In the city told an Associated Press represen tative this General has received information that a fightoccurred this afternoon between General Brookes troops aud Indians between Kushville and Pino Ridge No particulars been re ceived and the casualties are unknown Buffalo Bill expressed an opinion that Gen eral Miles would alone bythe Gov ernment settle the trouble expeditiously General Miles could notte seen tonight either at his headquarters or the hotel It was stated that he had gone out In company with Colonel Gorbin his Assistant Adjutant General was seen at midnight and assured the reporter hie knew nothing whatever about a battle baring oc curred ALL QUIET AT ROSEBUD The Troops No Trouble Is Anticipated FORT NiOBKAiU via Nov from Nio Rosebud Agency early this morning and fou nd all quiet and peaceful The Messiah crazo has not been as prevalent at Rosebud Agency and most of those af footed by days ago for Pine Ridge to participate inthe jj ghost dunces The arrival of numbers of Indians with a dozen wagons yesterday in Valea tine for the purpcwevof freighting agency goods to when knew the troops were marching to the agency wasan was tobe apprehended is also obnsld ered good will be nb wherei it most of thepresent row IB caused by new and THE3 i Four ihiiyeX Omaha four A National Reform Industrial Con ferehce Will Be Held DKNVEH Nov Special to TBIBUNE was accomplished at tordaysses sion of the Knights of Labor At the ses sion tonight it was agreed after mubh dis cussion to hold a national reform industrial conference some time during tle ensuing year for the formation of an ihdepeiident platform upon tho prlncipleaof thepream ble of the Knights of Labor The Farmers Alliance and all labor organizations In the country are invited to send delegates to thiis conference V Powderly Halph Wright were chosen as delegates toattend the supreme council of the Farmers Alli ance M Dewey of Washington who during the recent political campaign Un Pennsylvania issued v certain circulars re fleeting upon Grand Master suspended from the general assembly for live years and from the order forgone year and requested donie before the assembly for A SPKNDTHRIFT SUIGIDES Tragic End of a Jleckless Baltimorean 7 BALTIMORE NOT Chronicle Webster a wellknow n aooi ety man and ri til recently one of the wealthiest young men about blewv out his brains tbls after midnight in theVdjning room of Renshaw Street avenuel1 cards of property are said to have causeof the though Lthel conversation between himaelt andwiife trjigedy may have had tp do with i 4 j NEW YORK Nov Dispatch World Tho authoritative iiuuounceiuout was made in Wall street that Jay Gould bad again acquired control of the Union Pacific Railroad Tho Union Pacific is vitally necessary to the successful operation of Mr Goulds southwesrerii railway system The Missouri Pacific aud its subsidiary lines were constructed with a view to themost advantageous interchange of business with the Union Pacific When Mr Gould relin quished control of the latter road four or live years ago his southwestern system was cutolV from many traffic benefits Charles Francis Adams succeeded Sidney Dilion as president of the Uulou Pacific and on taking possessiou of his olllce set out to establish an indepeudaut line Tho present plan is to reinstate Sidney Dillon as presi dent of the company Benjamin G M Dodge it is understood will bo made vice president Ho is now in Europe but will return soon In order to bring Atchlson Into harmony with the Union Paciiic Mr Gould has taken a large stock interest in the company In addition the llockefellers who have control of the Missouri Kansas will bring It into line with the other roads piece of news in Wallstreet yesterday was thab John B and William Rockefeller the standard oil in agnates had acquiredcontrol of Pacific Railroad which practically means the oust ing of HenryJVillard They are known to havo been heavy buyers of Northern Pacific preferred during the late decline in values The North American Company by owner ship of securities had control of the North but much of the firstnamed companys assets have been closed out dur ing the past few days in liquidation of loans The Rockefellers tho Northern Paciiic at the request ot Jay Gould They have agreat amount of surplus money for which they have been seeking advantageous investments The earnings of the Northern Pacific are now the largest in its history The company however has been suffering from entanglement wiih the other Villard corporations the purpose of the Rocke fellers is as remove It from them The Rockefellers have not higherto en gaeed in Their wealth is having enibarked in it is to dom inate them There in a scheme to provide connections for the Northern Pacific which will make It an uninterrupted rail the Atlantic to the its with the Wisconsin Central it already reabhes from Puget Sound Ohix cago and itsToute thence it Is said will be by way of tho Baltimore Ohio ADAJilS WILLING TO RESIGN NEW YORK NOV Associated Adams of the Union Pacific and President Flughitt of tho Northwestern havebeen in this city since Tuesday and it is said that some important developments will soon occur The Gould people state the boardof directors of the Union Pacific will be reorganized within ten days and thostateraenb is circulated that Presi dent Adams has signified a willingness to hisresignation if asked lor It Is also said that if he finds the large stock holders opposed to him he will resign THE ROCKEFELLER PURCHASE The statement that tho Rockefeller In terests and their associates generally known as the Standard Oil party bad Increased their holdings of Northern Pacific preferred 000 shares caused much discussion in regard to Vlllards interest In the property The exact amount ofthisisdifficult to esti None of theRockefellers could be seentoday reported purchase President OakesBald be llev6 the Rockefellers and their associates have lately added largely to their holdings of stocks and bonds of tho Northern Pacific stated positively that there was no truth In the report would retire or bo forced out of the com Other parties Identified with both inter ests the shares of preferred Russians Securing Evidence in America Ajciiinsttlie Poles MINNEAPOLIS Nov Dis Francisco Chronicle Series Several weeks ago Loo Heilprou a Russian who claimed to be a Polish oxile suddenly threw up his position as bookkeeper of tho Columbia Mills in this city aud disappeared leaving a wife who had arrived from abroad only a short time before Hellpron it ha since been discovered tried for the last four years to secures the confidence of Frank Grygla himself an exiled Polish Connt and president Polish Alliance in the TJnltorl States with regard to the societys secrets and the channels through which the organization hut been furuSshiug aid to the exiles of that nation iu Sbcrii which Mr admits is avowed object Madame Heilprou was left iu apparently pitiful circumstances In a strange country and unable to speak a word of English but did not seem nuichcutupoverherhusbands departure and evinced considerable interest by way of questions regarding the Polish alliance ns soon as the Grypla family offered her substantial aid in her supposed tress This aroused Mr Gryslas suspicions and letters and cipher cablegrams received by him directr from Warsaw prove both both Heilporn and his wife to bo in the ser vice of tho Czar for the purpose of discover ing and aiding the Russian police to appre hend the Polish citizens in Warsaw who act as transmitters of the money sent to Siberia from their countrymen iu America Madame Heilporn still remains in Minne apolis while from Information gathered by the members of the Alliance the mulespy is now on his way to Poland accompanied by the eldest child ONE MORE IT IS SETTLED THE WOHJLD6 FAIR SITE DISPOSED OV Wasliingtou Park to Ue Used for tho Potter Pnlmer Presi dent of the Indies Hoard stock held by the North American Company werehypothecated to secure loans sold by jtbecreditors and then bought In by the Rockefellers The officers of the North American admit that some of se curltles were sold but decline to state bow manyor whatthey consisted of Thereis a possibility Rockefeller may become hostile to Villard on account of recentdevelopments in the market At the regular monthly meeting of the North ern Pacificnothing was developed A NO RT11KHN PACIFIC JUVIUEN0 Nov directors tod ay declared the resru 1 ar dividendOfone per cent on preferred stock The books close and reopen Jahuary lg VOYAGE who was drily 2Q gears Inherltedvfrpai his uuble an estate f known as in slderable personal Mount married daughter bf V John OP Price the best ing into pbssessibn of his property said to have extravaganVVt 8amoan a tvd i nslclei wte tb i aryi ready ni OBboard Wi contp craiitz t new Chief an saidi taken oiseVh is f tereitiibfi at make upI themeritstofrtfaeiiuTJ tornal make a thorough N How an Atlantic Steajner Fought Her Way Across the Ocean Nov THIBUNE Dispatch Francisco Chronicle steamer Gothenbufg from whicharrived tblS morning had a f of sixteen days on her funnel of the tremendous Captriin Harrison told thevsame story as other captains re cently arriving of a succession of i which might almost be calledone gale lasting from November 2nd mountainous seas officers said it was a terrible There to the gales vwhicH continued day after with seas wastiing clean vessel One of the boats was si Ightly da m aged but e very t b ing else withstood the terrible waves The ship wasunablejto make miich headway and on one day Into i full speed she madeseventyfive cargatp lind threeftongun 1s iaud CHICAGO Nov board of lady managers of the Worlds Fair this morning reassembled and elected Mrs Potter Palmer president Mrs General John A Logan hav ing declined nomination in favor of Mrs Palmer When tho National Commission resumed session this morning the trouble between the executive and loreltfu affairs was settled byadoption of a resolution set ting forth that no disrespect to tho foreign committee was Intended but simply inti mated that owing to the state of funds available stricteconomy was necessary In all committees The Auditing Committee reported tho ex penses of the Commission to date to be The report of on Buildings and Grounds was then taken up This is one of the bombs which was expected to ex plodewith great violence as it embraced tho question of what portion of the lair be placed on thelake It recommends that the fine art and decorative art buildings music hall electrical display water palace and stool tower with other germane exhibits be placed on the front with the main department buildings Government and State exhibits in Jackson Park and tho overflow in Mid Way Plaisanco and Washington Park Commissioner Do Young of California who introducedthe resolution several day ago the acceptance of the sites stated that ho had not called it up because he and all were not satisfied with the man ner inwhich the buildings had been alloted With all the main buildings grouped to gether he did not care what side affairs were put on the lake front He hoped to strike out tho words Decorative Art build and leave it simply the Art building that the meaning might be clear Mercer of Wyoming strongly objected to anything but the art callery going on the lake front filed a protest against tho double site submitted by thirteen dif ferent associations Sewell Jonea Missouri and other Commissioners including President Palmer spoke in favor of the report De Youngs and Mercers amendments were voted down and the report of the com mittee adopted finally settling tious site question f St Clalr opened up serious questionof the relative jurisdiction of the Commission and the He offered a resolution accusing thedirectory of delay Inpresenting plans and failure Ho recognize properly the directorgeneral The resolution asked the of stand ing committees to report on the situation A discussion arose over the preamble which criticised the action of the local directorate It was pointed out In the discussion thatan appear as to a clash bctwosn the two bod let could ouly bo taken to Congress which would mean a fatal delay to the fair A number of amendments wore offered to the resolution arid finally the whole matter of jurisdiction was referred to a committee of CJabvDeYouug Walker and Marcindale The committee will report a plan of as possible After the adjournment of the Ooniniissioa VIcePresldenvBryan of tho expressed confidence that the committee would agree upon a settlement soon THE SIOCK INTEI1KSTS of eighteen representing livestock interests of America appointed for the securing a fair represen tation at here to awards1 on all live stock exhibitsshoold beuniform consisting j of first third and fourth cash j prizes a reserved number of prizes a j commended prize Tile Commission will be asked to provide stalls for horses for and for hogh SxliJ Two hundred acres of is to be asked for the live stock exhibit The amount to be given in prizes be settled THE NEW ORLEANS CRUSADE An Attempt to Wipe Oat the Mafia Leads to Complications THE ITALIAN GOVERNMENT INTERFERED Outcome of tho Hennesey Bloody WindUp of Poker Preacher Con victed of Back Swind ler Arrested Dls Cltronicle Socles Nov Francisco The action of the Mayor of Now Orleans and of tho citizens of that city in their efforts to put down tho Mafia which they charge is an Italian society organized for tho purpose of assassinating has become the subject of International This is duo to the fact that tho order of tho Mayor Js of such an extraordinary character as to leave no ground for tho doubt that it is the Intention of tho citizens of New Orleans to resort to violence to rid themselves of the Italians us a whole if they shall not be successful In detecting and punishing the author of what they call the conspiracy It happens that tho Italian Consul at New Orleans is tho brother of tho present Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs The Consul has already notiflod his brother of the situation and tho attention of tho Department has been called to tho ID attar It is by no means improbable that ouu of the Italian menofwar will soon bo ordered to New Orleans to protect the rights of the Italian citizens If they shall be molested A precedent has been established for this by Great Britain when the British gunboat Bulldog was anchored oft New Orleans to protect British subjectsat tho time vheii the White League endeavored to overthrow tho Kellogg Government Tiio Italians at that time were among those who were co operating with tho to put down Republican rule and tho situationin which they now find themselves Is in a great measure the result of poetic justice At tliat time a band of Italians marched through tho streets of Now heavily irmcd declaring so far as they could through their Italian mottoes that they were in favor of a pure As a matter of fact tho greater portion of them could not read the English language The records of the at that time showed that 1500 talians were naturalized on tho Hworu testimony of only two The estimated Italian population In New Orleans Is Among them are a few rank as the wealthiest cltlzena of New Orleans They naturally do notlike to be tplapodin tho position in which they are the proclamation of the Mayor of that city and they do not relish th4iu vl tat Jon which has been extended by the municipal authorities thereto expose all Italians and all their property to lawless ness of the criminal act of a few Under those circumstances nn appeal has been made through tho Italian Consul to the State Department for intervention on the part of the United States Government Tho claiai will be made that the action of tho New Orleans authorities is Ja violation of international law aud that It Is In cumbent upon the United States authorities to intervene to protect Whether or not any case can be made out which will warrant such Intervention can only be de termined when the investigation shall havo been made in due form A CRANK AFTER CLEVELAND Says He Tried to Get Groverto Duel A PROVO to trial trip in ad e as high as eighteen hour against a I Ktrorig stheW iVtho the j requisite ail uW d pum A Man Killed While Attempting Steal a Ride Pflovo Nov to Michael about 5iyears of age was fatally injured at Pacific this afternoon while attempting to board a freight train for Salt Brady at temptedto ride by jumping between NEW YonK Nov Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle ExPresi dent Cleveland cause today over tho fact that John T Davis the crank who shot and wounded Miss Gladys Price in the Mariners Church on Madison street Tuesday night did not escape after his uncalledfor attack upon the young or ganist The burden of Daviss frenzied talk Is his regret that he had not shot Mr Cleveland who he claimed sat near Miss Price during the services and tho telght of whom caused him to attempt the young womans life at the close of the church ser vice Detective Canavan says Is undoubtedly Insane on the subject of his Imaginary to Miss Price although he talks rationally enough on other Before leaving tho stationbouse for the Tombs Court this morning Davis stated that ho had followed Cleveland tb various cities fcbis country as well as over the ocean to London for the purpose of getting him to fight a duel1 He claims that be challenged the exPresident in a Greenwich lodging bouse night before last but a crowd of Clevelands friends got around him and gave him a bad beating is a very fortunate ssi Id Detective Canavan that this crank did not take it into his head to attack Cleveland before going to the Mariners hurch A IOKJSR WINDUP Two Lawyers Slash Each Other Knives SPAHTKUKG S Nov was a bloody row here this mbruing between leading young lawyers over a gaVne of poker They imbibed freely of wine the ufcht and became very boisterous F1 nally they quarreled James Patoet in a drunken attacked Captain Edwins Kerrison mistaking him for Matt Floyd Hei slashedKerrisoo actually disemboweling him Floyd then slashed Pateet In the back V the knife biade penetrating tha left lung Both will probably die j Furious Chinamen SAX FRANCISCO NOT There was m riot in Chinatown last night as a result 1 of the absconding of the Chinese J with the laborers The Chinese fishermen are left penniless after whole seasons1 work Two of them they were and jrmarched to ttoe long Fungjpne76f i ivi iainr Contractors paid the penaltyjpf i hitf rashness with his Ho was knpcked down and one of his legs cut off at the ankle and the other one crushed clear up to the thigh He died at oclock Brady had rbeen employed on exten Bion of Grande and had gravitated to Provo and here and was placed In ThisV morning bewas released when it Is supposed fa e again got under the influence of liquor and then made the rash attiem pt to secure spor tation Bratly conscious almost toj Geatb and stated and Rive no of He was regardediby tiiie 1 board the of thei i ing marij was The Death Record iBATH 0 Randall who accompanied Commodore hayinff charge of the detach moot loft at 800 Choo Islaod yentorday was a fortycnlner and onetime at San j 0 V Nor 30 Admiral pllvor 8 tlrad MCMlQX labor contractors bondsmen and forci bly took possession They the heavy iron doors and remain inside until they received their rest went to Chew store another bondsman and were only capturing the place by the the hard fight 1 the Cbineteev were dispersed Serious trouble Js pated The Chinese Six issneda proclamJition stating all store is stillin possession of 4 Beau woman and hueband and father U wwith friend ;