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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah Part First Pages 1 to 8 7 SAiT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 30 1890 PRICE FIVE CEKTS WILL THE SECRET Kochs tyrcpfi to Be Prepared Under Government Supervision LORD SALISBURY AND THE DREIBUND Ono of PnrnelTs The IrinhJiberul Qimr rol TicklOH tho A French I For NOWH Nov fn the Pint today Minintir Von Goswlor replying to Intorpo the nporsions fiast upon cer tain uhysiciaris in nsiiiK Kochs lymph proved jrronitdless fare WHH takori In make tlirjjicrnndy rjorfoctly ao eesililc tn poor n courso of time tin nf the lympli would be en to competent persons employed by theStall There wan no Around fo hope that remedy would be found ef ficacious In the treatment of other than iubenuiosiM private had fciv11 TTJUiO niarks to be used for ttie bciKIU of poor poruonH sulTorlrij from bu berculosjs tho question of placing uro of tle lymph undor tho exclu sive control of tho State Von Dossier a feeling of satisfaction would he thnniKhovit tho world if Prus sia should pub her weal upon tho lymph Tho Government would ovimtually Invite other nations to send representatives to study tho uso of bho remedy In order that they apply it In their own countries Tho ministerial statement Indicating as It an Intended prolonged RuardlnK of tho secret of Uie lymph Rrontly disappoints tiie foreign mod leal men hore Sineo tho Parnoll developments have shattered Gladstones chances of a return a rfjport Is curront hero that Lord Salisbury will como to Berlin on mvislt This believed to Imply a mooting between Kalnoky Orlspl and Salisbury and a more open adhesion by tho English Gov ernment to the policy of tho Droibund Tho extinction of Gladstone Is tho most grateful news that Emperor William and his circle have over heard from England The first bill to come before tho RolchstaK Tuesday will bo one providing for tho rais ing of tho revenue from sugar from sixty to ninetythree rnlllon marks to bo oJToctod by abolishing tho tariff on raw sugar and Increasing tho duty on refined Tho bill says tho ax port bounty nystom has C05it tho Gorman consumers thirtyone and a half million marks annually nineteen and a half millions of which was cash paid in bounties and tho remainder additional cost to consumers Tho ItoiohsUg will bo asked for for tho army partly to provide now munitions imd partly to altor uniforms Henceforth no glitter of headpiece or arms will bo permitted A eotnbor uniform is THE FRENCH TARIFF Tho Government Wants n Chance to Negotiate Reciprocity PARIS Nov defeat of tho Gov ernment yesterday In the Chambers on tho vquosblon of taking up tbo loan discussion before tho budget was considered by the Ministry today Thoy decided that it ought not rtffoot Minister Komlora position Tho Government tariff proposition pro posed a duty 12 francs per double hun dred wolght on nil kinds of salt meat The tariff Hubcommltteo has made a new classi fication Imposing a duty of thirty francs on sausages and other preserved meals nnd iftoon franks on hams bacon aud lard Minister of Commerce Rooho informed tho committee Umt tho Government persisted in its demand for twelve franks duty as tho low tarilT Indispensable in order to pro euro from the United States a modification of the McKlnloy law He also objected to the proposal to Increase tho tariff on canned meat fresh mutton and pork products The committees report however disregards his protests willl be opposed by tho Govern ment thfi Miulstors concurring lu the opin ion that ii it necessary to keep the tarllV riastlo to make it possible to otTor reciprocal advantages to tho United States Tho PortMRucso Fight LisnoN Nov dispatch from Hen guelu states that tho Portuguese expedition to Hishe hits met with serious losses After three weeks of lighting the Portuguese force gained n victory over a petty king HARVESTING MACHINE TRUSTS The Thresher MakeiH and the Har vesters Combine Nov local piper says tho threshing machine men of tho country are forming a trust it is known a temporary Is formed by representative men in that business nnd that very soon jtrticlos of Incorporation will bo filed cover ing the combine with a capital stock of u least A secret meeting was held yesterday afternoon at which the irenora features of tho contemplated combine wen d iscussod TO HKLP TFIR FAfVMErt CnrcAOO Nov is understood meeting will be held here shortly to perfec the organisation of thy American Harvester Company recently in this State Jbiba combination of all the reaper and rnowor establishments of tho country with a of making Ib ono of th greatest combinations In country It will employ men the aggregate valno of Its property Is Its promoters say they propose to reduce the cost of man ufacture and price to the farmer They will also manufacture binding twine exten sively and sell at reduced cost A GENERAL IRISH The Home Rnle Cause and ParneUfio Down Together WESTERN IRRIGATION AUSTRALIAN COMMISSIONER AS UY TJ1J5 KESULT a fCtport for Kin Govern vationa on California for Australians IJodiew KKRMN bodies found In the flooded Anna pit SLUGGING AT OMAHA NKW Yoitrc Nov Dispatch IYancisoo Chronicle Jlnrald will print tomorrow tlio report of John West appointed by the government of Victoria Australia to investigate irriga tion and fruit culture in tho United States Tho field was so great that the commissioner able to give only the outline of all ho saw yet throughout tho ropuit Ihuro runs a thread of astonishment ah what had been accomplished on the Pacific slope during the larib few years in converting barren lands Into productive ranches muklntr valuable property which wan at ono bime looked upon worthless Tho report Is not an expres sion of opinion Dut a statomont of con ditions which exist in tho West and a sys tem which will bo invaluable In tho do velopmunb of its uncultivated territory It Throughout tho whole of the Irri gating States but more particularly Califor nia where most of tho pioneering work had to bo dtmO though ultimate results have boon great nnd far poaching In thoir effects there are not wanting evidences that these have only beon attained ab tho cost of great hardships aud suffering in tho early sbages if tho enterprises which have mado the desyrb to become Mr West rofors to the extensive iystom of channeling In Southern California arid dwells upon thoir practical details giv ng interesting details regarding the Korri ounty ditches and how they have boon mprovod by bho adoption of the latest theories in this department of engineering The much of practi cal iisofroni fruitdrying concerns in Califor ila Ho says Irouoived Invitations from somo Fresno raisin packers to witnessthe processes of drying and packing raisins I uicl the good fortune nob only to sob the harvest at Fresno but also the pruno ind drlod poach and apricot crop which uivo brought wealth to a large population n tho Santa Claravalley A volume could bo written about those charmingly attrac tive Industries They aro a safeguard to tho small grower against the caprice of tho greon fruit market and tho monopoly of canneries If the price from either of these sources does not moot his oxpoca bliris ho can without tho expenditure of much capital and with large assistance from his wife and children set to work and dry his crop and wait for his market Thoto wore two points in regard to our treatment of raisins In Australia that 1 was to clear up when T left homo Tho 01 0 was whether we wero doing right In nob vid ing for tho escape of moist air from t o dry ing kilns thai nro being built and tnu otlv r why our pudding raisins Invariably turn out darker in color than imported ThoXJal tfornian experience returns a very complete answer to both those problems It shows that wo have blundered in tho first case and that the romody in the second is peediugly simple and remarkably Ho then goes on to describe tho procssos In accordance with instructions he Carried back to Australia a large assortment o tim impliiments used by California fruitgrower which are unknown in Victoria and will in a great measure simplify the labor of fruit men To judge from the report it Is sn fe to say that Victoria had gained fr California many Important points both in tho matter of Irrigation and fruit culture GLADSTONES FLAT CONTRADICTION manifesto Monday The Cork clergy to day adopted a resolution declaring that Parnell had forfeited their confidence and his retention in leadership would prove disastrous THE IRISH AT CHICAGO If tho liberal Leader Tells the Truth Parnell Is a Parnell Was Alway JRetidy to Sacri fice Irelands Interests to Pnt AHen and Jack Davis Liikoly Kijht OMAHA Nov to TninnNK Arrangements are In progress for a ilnlsh fight heforo tho Smith Omaha Athletic Club betwoon Pat AI Ion of Louis unfi lack Puvis local heavywoight Tho mill is likely to conic ou in tlio latter part of lt combor lloavy odds nrt offered on Davis A light botwcMMi Tommy Whito lu bantam and Oocny naly of Hangor for a purso of Is on tho pro gramme for tho night of December Mh Roth nion have boon in training hero for tho pivst fortnight and are in excellent condi tion SENSATIONAL DAMAGK SUITS An ftxProniier of ManStolm Suod for Nov suits ono for and tho other for damages bogurt in tho Circuit Court against Robert A Davis a man of considerable wiiilth In South Chicago In the irst oaso Mrs Matilda Bruns and hor hus band suo Davis for iilloged Tho sec ond actiun Is hroueht bjMrs Hruns indi vidually for allognd breach of promise of rtifirrlagp soductlon Davis for merly Iromiorof Manitoba Canada A Labor Convention PCRANToy Nov to night said in an interview that tho Gomiral Assembly him to call a convon tion of labor leaders and workers February to frame a platConn of principles to bo presented to tho poopio of the country for ralMiration It will boar on the issues to present before Congressional and Lcglsla tive elections Flo hinted that a now parly would not result from tho Florida tion next week but that thereafter tho Al liance members and tho Knights of Labor will vote for as woll as work for thotr prin ciples The Electrocution Postponed SlJfG SiNO Nov Tor the Electrocution of Wpod the colored mur derer uro about completed Tonlghb Warden Brush was served with a citation tj appear before iihc United States Supreme Court the tirst Monday In January to show error in Woods trial should not be corrected by order of the attorney ap pealing on the ground of the exclusion of colored men from the jury Ho Shot tho Marshal Pi KM I NO HAM NOV 2U Fratkriseo Chronicle SmJos Ala Mils morning W L B Hunter editor of a weekly paper and cor respondent of several dally papers in the shot and killed Charles Nickerson tho Town Marshal Monday night Huntor and a party of frlonds wore out on a lark and wero ar rested by tho Marshal for pistols on tho street In a dispatch to a morning paper in this city Hiintor niontionod the arrest and charged that tho Marshal was at tho When Nickerson read Mio article ho was very angry butdid not IT u n tor until today They mot on the stront whon it is claimed the Marshal attacked tho editor with a stick Hunter shot him twice one ball taking ollcol in tho brain causing Instant loath Huntor is in jali Stambours Good Work STOCKTON Nov to day again lowered his record by a quartor of i second trotting tho tnllo easily in first quarter half He mado tlio tniln without faltering SAN Pu A NCI sea Nov the races this afternoon Kin fax went a mile and a quarter in the fastest time over mado by a twoyearold Kin fax was bred Earthquakes in Austria Nov series of shocks of eartluiuake wero felt at Gaunersdorf Lower Austria today Soino were very severe The houses oscillated spires of churches swung causing tho bells to Tho in habitants of tho town were panobstriokeu and tied to the open country A LeadSilver Trust CHICAGO Nov effortwillbe made hero Monday to organize tiro lead silver smelters of the United States into a trust A combination was attempted a year ago but fell through on account of a differ ence members Since that time however President Thompson of the National White Lend Trust has beon work ing hard to reconcile the differences Tho Belmonit Funeral NKW Yoruc funeral of the Into August Behnbut was conducted in tbo the Ascension today The edi fice was crowded The pallbearers included ExPresident Grovor Cleveland and Gov ernor Hill t The Cattle All KANSAS PITY M Hewins of Ccdarviile reportscattle all off tho Cherokoo strip that when the sun sets 10morrow night the closest inspection will fail to President Harrisons order has been dis obeyed LONDON Nov and Morley both dispute Parnells version of the nego tiations between them in regard to home rule and other matters Ireland and they will at an early date repudiate his statements Sexton and Hoaly are taking the opinion of each Irish member of Parliament as to advisability of organising a movement for an alliance of tho with Gladstone In an interview today Henry Lubouchere M and editor of Tmth said it would bo charitable to suppose Patnull mad It is impossible to suppose a sane man with any honor or partisan ism would Issue a manifesto so dishonoring to himself and so injurious to his countrys JJIS TJJSTJiD The manifesto issued by Purnoll will oflect no change in the position of his sup porters and opponents among tho Irish members of Parliament bub will give the poll to bo takenat the meeting of Nation alists on Monday final decisive character Tho manifesto scene of the con illot to Monday tho county conventions will be hold In Ireland to as certain the opinions of the Nationalists and clergy GLADSTONE REPLIES Gladstone has issued a reply to the Par noil manifesto in which hodenies In toto the statements mado by the fish loader in regard to tht retention of Irish members in UHi Imperial Parliament the settlement of the land or agrarian dlllieulby in Ireland control of tho and the appointment of tho judiciary in Ireland Gladstone says ho will not apply a single epithet to Parnoll nob being his judge believes however he showed by his cours in the matter of the special commission ap pointed to InvasUirate the charges mad against Parnell growing out of tho lotteis that lie had no indisposition to d Putnail justice Gladstone then comes to the recital of tb proposal alleged by Parnell in his manifest have boon made to him during to Gladstone at Ha ward en hist November ii egurd to intended proposals with regard t ionic rule in theibvent of the Liberal part Ainlng at the then next genera election Gladstone declares that single suggestion was oifered by bin i Parnell either as a formal o final one The conversation then hold wa perfectly free without prejudice of point on which Gladstone or such of his colleague is ho could consult They were inclined tt the home rule plan of 18S6 could bo Improved and concerning which he wa loslrous to know whether any serious objoc Ioa had arisen in the mind To lone of those suggestions did Parnoll ralsi serious Gladstone denies tha le mado statements which Parnells memorj iscrlbos to him or oscmbllng thorn as retention of the Irish members in the Imperial Parlia ient or the settlement of the land question r agrarian difficulties or the control of poi Tho conversation between them was trlctly confidential To publish even account is tobreak the soal of confi dence which alone renders political cooper ition possible Every suggestion made to aruoll was from to vhich Gladstone can refer Ntnther Parnel lor himself wero bound by the conversatior o absolute acceptance of the proposals can assed During tho that has since hipsod be never received Parnell anj itiiiuibion of his views regarding any o In conclusion Glads tone says lie aAays hold both in publicand private t atthe National Ireland ought to umaiu entirely iiulopoiidonfc of the Libora party of Great Britain It Is thoir duty and his duty conformable with the spiribof Grab tin and CV Council to study all adjustments in the groat matter of homo rule that may bjnd to draw to thoir side moderate equi tiblo men But forhim to propose any meiisuro except suqh as Ireland could ap prove on linos already laiddown would bu fatuity as regards himself and treachery to tlio Iish nation in which evnn beside those of Parnell he can claim to takean Interest PAKNELili WILli BE UfifjY The Pall Mall Gazette says Parnoil Intend to start for Ireland tonight to evade tho definite declaration by the Iarnellite mcm bors of tho Commons on the question of leadership When the vote is taken Monday Parnull will treat portion of his follow ers who remain attached bo him as the real Irish party and cut the deserters oft Fortyfour members receive pay through Parnoll who control of the fund for bhe payment of Irish members DAVtTT Michael Davitt being interviewed regard ing the political crisis said the Parnell manifesto is a last desperate move I do nob see how he struck Ireland a worse blow He Is furious against tho ma jority his party and in his anger against them and Gladstones letter runs amuck According to him t nuniber of members of bis own party are false and Gladstone and English liberal wirepullers aro schem ing against Davitt further referring to Para ells cry against proposals says he agreed in issfi to clauses of a bill entirely excluding Irish representatipn and retain ing for a time imperial control of the police and judiciary The award en appeals were us bad when made as Why didnt be appeal before Davitt says Parnell has shattered all hopo of home rule simply for per sonal ends and reveugo just as in 1882 he shattered the Land League to get out of Kilmiiinham jail and was prepared in 3886 to smash his party and debauch the institu tions of his country to thrust OSiiea on the Gahvay A FIGHT TO THK BITTER END Healy and Sexton and a number of other opponents of Parnell held a conference today Parnells manifesto has stiffened their opposition and they have resolyed to issue a counter manifesto forthwith This manifesto will bear a formidable list natures The fight between the two factions will be fought the bitter end Neither side will leave a stone unturned Justin McCarthy with hiscblleagues In by cable and is said to have influenced several wayerers against Parnell The defeat of Parnell at the Nationalist is nowi considered a v foregone The stateincnt that Parnell controls the Irish Parliamentary fund is not triio The fund is in the1 handsof McCartby At anieetlngof the Cork branch of the National Leagueit transpired that Parnell had not his cohstitnents of his to the idi ieu ated section their If a replyi to Parhelli Ten Thousand People Adopt Reso lutjotis Rnloiyisinff Parnell CFIICAOO Nov thousand peopio assembled in Battery D and 2000 more in tl e Second Regiment Armory adjoining to night lo see and hear the Irish Parlia mentarydelegates Tho gathering was a notable one Aoungthe prominent figures in the audlcriou waa Mrs Parnell the mother of the man still at the helm of Irish affairs There was a large list of vicepresidents Tinmeeting represented practically every shade of Irish opinion in Chicago besides many prominent oitizens not directly iden tified with tho Irish movement Dillon OConnor Harrington Sullivan and Gillweie escorted to tho plat form amid wild cheers As John Dillon ad vanced to tlie frout of the stage the cheer ing broke out again aud it was impossible for him to begin speaking for several minutes Dillon dwelt at considerable length on Irelands struggle and tho mission of tho delegates The tolling points in his speech weio received with tremendous en thusiasm Thomas OBrien spoko next and was ac corded a warm reception Speaking was then siispocdud for half ah hour during which contributions were received by tellers appointed to canvas the audience Besides i great mass of small contributions fifteen or twenty prominent citizens handed in amounts arising from to OConnor Harrington Sullivan and Gill then spoke aftor which resolutions the substance of which follow were adopted and the meeting adjourned cheering Tho resolutions which arc quite lengthy welcome theIrish delegates speak in eulo gistic terms of their services and pledge the anew to the cause of home rule for the Irisli people Touching on the allabsorbing question of the time tho resolutions say While conscious that the cause of home rule is by no means dependent upon any individual we should bo untrue to ourselves and to the justice of the cause did we fail to the splendid services of Charles Stewart Parnell The Irish people owehhn a debt of gratitude which can never fully paid When all seemed darkness and doubt ho sounded tho tocsin which called into action an army of resoluteand heroic men who for more than ten long years have stood with absolute singleness of purpose un questioned purity of motive and patriotic fervor almost without parallel in tho worlds history They won for the first time in a ceriEury the attention of England and bho abbention of bbo world they went to jail and behind bars proved more potent thantheir jailers On the crisis presented at this moment it does nob be come us to dictate to 1Jie Irish people as to their course We recognixe that they are upon the immediate field of action finHoly for forming judgment than is presented to us The claim of Irelands right to homo rule pre sumes the capacity of the people of Ireland for hence to them and bhcir authorized representatives we leave all questions of policy ahd promising lasting aud hearty support to thoir and choice It is ourcarn est hope that with calmness forbearance and they will so order tho allairs of the Irish Parliamentary party as to hand to hand with the great they may move on to the victory which as suredly awaits them hi the near The overflow meeting in the Second regi ment armory was almost an exact duplicate of the larger affair mmm UP THE RED Six Thousand flostiles Hemmed in by the Troops STILL PREPARING FOR A FIGHT A Frenzied Brave Killed by His Companions to Test a Medicated Shirtrliuiralo Bill Visits Sitting Craze in tho SouthAVCSC The Delegates at Chicago CHICAGO Nov Irish delegates arrived in this city this They were met at Kensington by a largo reception com mittee headed by Mayor Cregier and many other prominent citizens An Associated Press representative showed to tho delegates a synopsis of Gladstones reply to Paroells Eaeh them read it carefully in turn but refused to makeany comment Mr Dillon says when they give an opinion they wish to1 do it as the united sentiment of the entire party and until such time will not speak Timothy Harrington was overheard to re mark in consultation with a friend refer ring to Gladstones It is too bad to have a contradiction between two such men and at such a PINTS RIDGE AGENCY 8 to hostile Indians now num ber nearly 6000 The Indians ara gathered at Wounded Kneo in war paint and threaten an immediate attack Prepara tions for a fight aro going on rapidly in camp here The cause of General Brookes delay in moving against the or more ghost dancers who for some four days past have been pillaging and burning tho cabins of settlers in the vicinity of Wounded leaked out this morning The plan o General Miles is to hem in with soldiers th entire country occupied by hostile Indian Tho links in this great military chain which will be completed iu a few hours ar around by the ease to North Rosebud Lowe Briue Fort Stilly the Cheyenne river fort and by the west to North Oelrichs For Meads and Standing Hock This is th circle with Fort Robiuson ou the south west and Fort NJobrara on tho southeast a supply stations to tho entire system A Government courier and scout camo iu from Wounded Kuee last nighc and reported that tho ghost dancers had killed one 0 their number Tho dancers had a medi cine man concoct tlio oldtime preparation with which the braves of Ousters time al ways saturated their shirts preparatory to going to war This concoction is supposed by the Indians to ward oil bullets Yester day a war shirt was dipped into the mixture and donned by one of the braves The brave then jumped into the midst of tho called upon thorn to fire at him They complied and at bhe iirst fire he fell mortally wounded HIS NAME IS CAPTAIN JACK indolent and overbearing Thoy aro hold ing large dances and believe in the rilossi They are even holding a dance near the of the post led by medicine men The ranchers report that cattle aro being killed hordes stolen and cowboys attacked Miless Course Approved Nov Miles ar rived this evening from Chicago and spent several hours in consult with Secretary Proctor and MajorGeneral Schofiold in re gurd to the Indian matter Secretary Proctor approved his course and told him the President directed that ho be given the fullest discretion in the hope that the threatened outbreak might bo averted with out bloodshed if possible Tho Ninth CavalrjReady OMAHA Nov Pine Rldgo correspondent telcsrnphs tonight that ftll appears to be in readiness for a move of the Ninth Cavalry prisumnbly against tho ghost dancers but no information can bo obtained Tho correspondent learned that troops rtre now stationed all around the dis contented Indians in such a manner thnt the latter can be rounded up and confronted by au overwhelming force without delay The Southwest Unprotected ST LOUTS Nov tolegrnm from Fort Sill calls avtention to tbo fact that troops are being drawn jyvuy from the West and Southwest to Dakota leaving the Inhabi tants in Texas New Mexico and Arixona exposed to danger from tho wild fierce tribes Blanket Indians in tho Southwest part of Indian Territory have caught the Messiah crazo nnd are dancing THE BUSINESS DISASTERS THJB OVUR A A Private Bank at Closes Its Bankers Car rhrge Company Goltapses Nov failure of B TV Jamison Jo divided the attention of the street this morning with the start ling publication of John A Baker gigantic forgeries The general opinion seems be that the failure of Jamison be worse thaii at first reported is said to have been largebor rowers lately and several tions in this cifcy are thought to have been heavily hit The liabilities of the firm are variously estimated at to but such estimates are the merest guess work Beyond a statement given last night 110 inform a inregard to Bakers enor mous sp eolations will be made public by family The general im pression JP that Baker has made good his escape and will not be apprehended Tliu Treasurer iiias onteredtwo snits Common Pleas Court against Jamison upon bonds to secure the payment of of money which the firm is said to have had Intheir possession From figures indi ations are that the liabilities of Jamison o will exceed The Nevada Prophet Goes Into Trances and Sees the Messiah WASHINGTON Nov Mayhugh until recently special census agent for the ilndians of Nevada has written the Indian Bureau about the alleged Messiah who has been referred tb In these dispatches as John Mayhugh says his name is not Sides but Captain Jack Wilson and that he is known to the Indians as CoWc Jo He goes into trances seemingly lor several hours at a time in tho presence of a gathering of Indians On coming out of these trances he tells them he has been to Heaven conferring with the Messiah that tho latter is coming to tho earth and will put tbe Indians in possession of it etc Tho Messiah is to appear on Mount Grant about sixteen miles south of tho Walker lliver agency building Mayhugh says tho Indi ans hold this a sacred mountain He thinks if the Indians are let alone at the various reservations the whole thing will All of the Walker Lake Indians dont believe In it although Chief Joseph seems to influence is greatly i strengthened by the fact that he has once or twice predicted the coming of rain badly needed A CONFERENCE WITH CHIEFS A Pennsylvania Failure PITTSBURGH dispatch from says Johnston Buck bunkers have closed their Assets and liabilities not known The failure is a result of Jamison the banks cor The statement is not yet made public but the firm expects to be ablo topay all depositors in full heaviest County Treasurer who Imsy a depositrof in the bank A Carriage Firm Fails Nov Clark carriage manufacturers assigned this oven ng The attributedto a disconr of the branch houses at JJansas City The estimated s liabilities firms assets dollar for dollar i Thie aiiure was a great Will Pay Depositors MINNEAPOMS Nov Duluth special iie private bank of Hall Co closed its doors til is morning an a temporaryrun of were rawn Noruns were made on other anks The bail k expects Shoemakers JLittle Wound Is Evasive hut Does Not Want War ST PAUt Nov Pioneer Press specialfrom Pine Ridge Agency says a con ference was held today between Special Agent Cooper Agent Eogor aud exAgent McGilllcuddy and the chiefs Bad Yellow Ihiir Little Wound Little Bear aud Broken Little Wound was tbe spokesman and many questions submitted him met with evasive answers He frequently asserted that ho did not want war with tho whites He said the dance was organized by tho In dians they have au accumulation oC grievances and used this meansto ex hibit their discontent One groatcanso of trouble seems to bo jealousy among the chiefs and Indians Little Wonnd made several statements which wore directly at variance with the facts and therefore all of his talk was taken with allowance The sensational reports of last night that i battle was imminent had no foundation The correspondent asserts that an investi gation shows that mismanagement of the Indian bureau is largely responsible for all the trouble HOSTIUES READ THE PAPERS They Greatly Enjoy the Reports of Alarm Among the Whites PIERHK S Nov fact that seyerarcompanies of troops have reached tlie Bad Land country and will h A any marauding Indians has resulted in a subsi dence to a large extent of the scare An Indian who was sent to Bigfoot and Humps camps at the mouth of Cherry creek some time ago returned to Fort Bennett to day and says the intention of the hostiles is apparently to soon join Short Bull on Pass creek and subsist there during thp winter on cattle quartered in the Bad Lands He said there was a number Indians among the Cherry creek hostiles who cauie to Pierre regularly aud bought tbe papers These they took back and read to the other Tudiaus The he said enjoyed greatly the reports of great alarm everywhere among the whites It seemed to strengthen their belief that the Messiah was the whites were ready to either die off or leave the land to the In dians BUFFAtO BILL AT THE FRONT ee tt a is tri ke in Jthe factoryof t lie Cox Shop U sinee June tJiiVi iiitrodiifttlinri lastivuiri nii gainst hines ma w He Starts for Sitting Bulls Still Dancing MiNKKAPOijis Nov special frora Standing Reck agency to the Tribune says Buffalo Bill and Powell had not been mariy the before the re port spread thatrthey had conie for the pur pose of arresting Sitting Bull and removing himfrom the reservation v Cody and one or left for Bulls camp about noon Trouble is anticipated Incase arrest Is tempted and at are prepared for a campaign at a moments np ticelvMnformatIon the post iias received instructions frouvGeneral Miles to Sitting B nil for the cOurieis Bujis camp dance ilhg onV bat On the Canadian River PAKIS Texas Nov reached horp tonight from tlm Comanohe and that a groat num bor had joined Cheyonncs and Arapa boesin the and it is now in full force on the Canadian river where tho ghost dnnce is in progress It is estimated that HOOO are there all armed and plenty of cattle Commissioner Morgans Report ARKANSAS CVTV Nov Com missioner Morgan arrived in the city this evening after an ex tend od tour over vari ous reservations in Indian Territory Ac cording to his account the ghost dances have almost entirely ceased and there is no prospect of trouble down there An Ghost Dance ARKANSAS CITY Nov trader from the Osngc reservation says the Osago Indians have begun a ghost dance and aro very ugly and insolent They are well armed nnd the richest and most powerful tribe in the Territory outside of tho Five The agent ivskod for assistance A LiVELY SHORT SESSION The Senate Will Prepare for Easiness fey Revising Its Rules ANOTHER FIGHT FOR FREE COINAGE Tho National Silver Committee Pre paring for an Earnest Activity of the Mormon National Debt Pen sion Estimates Several More Arrests ST PAUL Nov S special to the Pioneer Press says tho Indian police at Lower Brulo made several more arrests today but the dance still continues at White River No danger is apprehended A CHOOKBI FIRM Interesting Developments in the Prettynian Failure Case CHICAGO Nov were more en tertaining developments in the investiga tion of the Prettyman private bank failure today The wife of tho banker testified naively that on gave her which she converted into a draft and fdrwardod to her mother in Now Steps wero taken to stop payment H H Bishop 4he partner of Prettyman in tho lumber firm told with groat unconcern how ho had purchased various pieces of real estate with money drawn from Prettymans bank and how shortly before the failure he sold two houses worth to Treasurer Stlnson of the lumber company for a nomi nal consideration and Mr Stinson at once turned them over to Bishops wifG for a like amount ANOTHER RAILWAY ALLIANCE NJEW RELATIONS lETWBFN THE NOBTJLIEitN AND UNION PACIFIC An Aofcnal Consolidation of tho Two Properties Hinted Rocke fellers Meeting YORK Nov Dispatch Francisco Chronicle local saya the relations between the North ern Pacific and the new management of the Union Pacific are known to be close Tbo recent troubles of the North American Com any which controlled the Northern Pacific ave led to reports that these relations might be mado still closer by legal ties A Washington nOAVSpaporcommonting on the retirement of Oharlcs Francis Adams hinted ecently thataconsolidation of the two properties is not unlikely to be the result n intimate friend of Mr Villard said that i consolidation of the two companies was mprobable and Impracticable The North Vmerican Company is tho largest slock Bolder of the Northern Pacific The largest buying during the recent depression has jeenbyEurope and that simply means Mr Villard I haveno doubt that the Eocke ollers have added to their but ohn D Rockefeller has been a largo stock 3older for a long time and has been satis ied with bis representation in the board I iave very grave doubts whether those in erests have united with Mr Gould In any Utempt at uniting the road with the TJnion That there is likely to bo an alliance of some kind with a view of preventing the building oif unnecessary linos ia uiy opinron s certain That falls far belowa consoiida iou of the rrent of a aniongst th a v aj alnd i Villard Returns NEW Villard irrived in Hoboken this morning on the teamcr AllerV from Bremeu He seemed n excellent humor There were assembled n the pier to greet him a couple of dozen Heads most of them prominent Wallstreet men among them several North Aracri an All said they had no fear tut he would right matters in a short time Villardwas questioned about the prospects f and North Ameri an I dont he said Ive had jxcellent time m Europe enjoyed myself mmensely and had afine voyage Thats all I have to say at Nothing whatever coqld be elicited from Villard re arding the financial entanglements in vbich his railroad and other enterprises are v Meeting of Western Roade YORK Nov Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Series Gould has beenobtaining signatures to a call for a eeting of the presidents of Western rail oads antibankers who act as agents of the ines will be held next week arid at it the restoration nd will e of in today to ttend themonthly meeting 01 the execu iye committeei of his company and will re main to Darticipatejn the general meeting of Western ij the the Union was nearlfaystack The feAiothei iwas t a LAKH TRrBXJsi 517 Fourteenth Street TTASirtjCGTON D Nov Congress opens at noon on Monday and tbe city which has worn u deserted air for the past six weeks is rapidly filling xip Senators and Representatives The hotel lobbies ouco more wear their usual aspect of life and tbe streets commence to put on their winter appearance of activity A more than ordinary attendance of the Sen ate is looked for ou MonSuy owing to the urgent requests of tho administration that there should bo a full quorum of Republi cans present whon tho session opens It la confidently expected that tho Senate will at onco take upon itself tho duty of revising the rules in order that debate may be lim ited and business expedited By general consent neither a Federal election bill nor an appropriation bill can be passed unless some such action is had The struggle over tbe change of In tlio Senate promises to be ono of the mosfc momentous in tho history of that body bulk it Is understood that fortythree Republican Senators have pledged themselves In writing to accomplish tho result Whether whon this is done the Federal el6Ction bill can be put upon its passage or not Is doubtful A number of Western Senators beaded by Senator Stewart Senator Jones and Senator Teller arc known to bo violently opposed to a force bill and as nono of these Senators aro on intimate terms with tho administra tion any pressure from tho White HOUM would accomplish little ANOTHER FIGHT FOR SirATBR Chairman Warner and Secretary Or and all of the National Executive Silver Committee have issued a call for a meeting of the com mittee to take place in this city on the 10th of December The committee aro confident that undor ordinarily favorable circum stances a bill for the free and unlimited coinage of silver can be passed by Congress at the present session andthey will vbend all their energies to accomplish this result They have already issued show ing the work of the committee indetail and also analyzing every step in the late fight for the rocogaition of silver All the votos upon tbo question are recorded and the names of all tho Senators and Representa tives placed in cold type for of their constituents ChairmanWarner says that tho feeling for tho immedlate passage of a free coinage is and that he is unable too see how Congress can withstand the pressure which comes from every section of the lookf upon tho decline of silver as a natural result of peculiar economic conditions which are adjusting themselves but feels that parity between the metals cannot be secured until full recognition is given to sliver as a money metal and not as a marketable commodity only Senator Tones is expected here tomorrow and Senator Stewart will bo on hand opening of the session Senator Teller has recovered his health and silver forces at an curly day in anothervigorous campaign for the recognition of MORMON LOBBY Tho Mormon lobby lions strikers are on the ground in full prepared for s vigorous aggressive campaign against the CullomStruble bills In addition to all the old workers who aro returned a number of JackMormons wl be rung In as assistants fresh from Utah with statistics of its progress and bubbling over withhonest de light at ths renunciation of polygamy by the church Delegate Caine and Judge Wilson will as usual lead the attack but they count more than usual ments from the outside Pamphlets are al ready bejhg prepared drawing the attention of Senators and Rcpresentativeitb the death and funeral of polygamy and the delightful state of amity existing between the Gentiles and Mormon and to the desire of tbe elii zens thatalldifferences be burled and that the Territory should be permittedtoassume the rights of It cannot be denied that the recent shrewd action of the church In Utah will materially strengthen their cause but It ia extremely doubtful it the loyal citizens of Utah are alive to the situation the Territory can be turned over intothe hands of the hierarchy Judge Willis Sweet and family of Idaho are in the city and have taken up quarters for the winter at the Langham HoteL SMALLER TREASURY NOTES i WASHINGTON Nov order to meet as fat as present heavy demand for notes of denomination Secretarx WIndom Has dev cided to and one ury notes in exchange for treasury notes of larger denominations HEAVY PENSION PATMWiw The public debt less cash In the Increased November principally to heavy pensionpayments during the month The pension tion bill for the next fiscal upon by the will berre ported to the committee appropriates the full nccessairy by tbe except on the estimates for clerk and Jight which are cat CJ the payment of t propriated and for an increase of over current A XRIBrjTK The Brazilian naval down to ing tomb the American delighted tc in the situ ile of t he t was inscribed msmoryi of navy of dlbnet by the ISi ly eir Committee Meieti nic ;