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THE CRISIS IS PASSED.
SCENE OF WILD EXCITHMENT IN
A Panic Occasioned by tho Reported
lTIniinciul EmbarriiBsmont, of Raring
Urn. Tho Rank of England Clime to
tlio Rescue Catastrophe Averted.
Nnw Yokk, Nov. 15. Private cobles received
beforo tbo opening of the Stock Exchange an
nouncing tbe troubles of Daring Drothers, and
stating Unit the Dank of England, Dotbscbtlds,
and other bankers had taken up accounts of
Daring Drothers amounting to 15,000,000, cre
ated a profound sensation.
The stock market was again tbo scene of
wild cxcltcmeut. aud a positive panic existed
in all portions of tbe list, stocks being thrown
over In the most reckless manner, and tho
losses In the first hour's trading exceeded any
thing seen 6inco tho present decline began.
There was rather a firm feeling at tbo open
ing, but Ihe rumors and private cables which
wero shown, stating that the Darings wero in
financial difficulties and that heavy liquidations
must come, started tho ball rolling immediately,
and every one was trying to sell. Dealings were
simply enormous, and the rapidity with which
quotations melted away was something unpre
cedented. At 11 A. 31. a panic prevailed, prices gave
way in every direction, and brokers were dis
mayed at tbo prospect. Lackawanna, tbo fa
vorite investment stock, led in tho down
ward rush with a decline of 9 per
cent, from 1321 to 125. Atchison held
down;to21, Rock Islaud to 03 J, andifsugar to
50, the lowest prices on record for those stocks.
Canada Southern aud other regular dividend
payers were thrown over as well as tbe specu
lative 6tocks, Canada Southern dropping to 43.
After 11:15 there was a rally caused by tbe fol
lowing cable from Loudon:
"The guarantee fund to Baring Brother &
Co. i6 stated to amount to ten millions ster
ling. The various financial banking discount
bouses guaranteeing tho accounts stito that
the crisis is over and the failure of
tbe firm has been averted. Kidder, Pea
Tjoily it Co., who are the agents here
of Daring, Brother it Co., London, say they
have private advices from London that what
ever trouble there may have been there has
been completely arranged. The trouble was
doubtless caused entirely by the depres
sion in Argentine securities. Our house
is in no wise affected. Thomas Daring, who Is
now at the office of Kidder, Peabody it Co.,
states that he has nothing to add to the above
statement by Kidder, Peabody it Co."
-- London, Nov. 15. Tbe '1 hues, referring
the financial situation, says:
"The city has passed through a crisis verging
upon a panic. Such a time has not been known
since the suspension of Overend, Gurney it
Co. We rejoice that we are able to announce
that the worst is over. The Dank of England
has added to its historic services to tbe State
and commercial community by its prompt action
in averting what would have been a lamentable
catastrophe. The administration of tho bank not
only provided vast reinforcements to its stock
of gold to meet exceptional demands in tbo
event of a panic, but also stepped out of tho or
dinary routine of business to prevent tho down
fall of one of the greatest and most respected
English financial bouses, which had for somo
days been in peril, and which, if it bad fallen,
would probably have brought down in wide
spread ruin a largo number of smaller, but im
Tho Dank of England has subscribed 1,000,
000, three joint stock companies have given
750.000 each, and two others 500,000 each to
assist Daring Brothers. Several other houses
have subscribed smaller amounts, all tho
subscriptions making a total of 10,000,000
pounds. This will constitute a guarantee fund
for three years. It is roughly estimated that
tho total liabilities of the firm, including 10,000
000 pounds in acceptances, amount to 21,000,000
pounds while tho assets at present prices are
valued at 21,000,000 pounds.
The government has authorized tho Dank of
England, if necessary, to issue an additional
2,000,000 in notes, aud will suspend tbo bank
act if requisite.
' Tho original cause of the firm's troublo was
Russia's withdrawal of several millions depos
its on tho learning of tho firm's dealings in Ar
gentine and Uruguay bonds. It is oxpeeted in
coming investors will gradually relievo tho
strain on the market.
Virginia Congressional A'otcs.
Richmond, Ya., Nov. 15. Following arc tho
.official majorities or pluralities of tho ten
Democratic Congressmen recently elected, with
the exception of Charles City County iu tho
Second District, Scott in tho Ninth, and Appo
mattox in tho Fourth District, which will in
crease somewhat the mojority of tho respective
candidates in these districts: Jones, y,V)u; Law
ity; Leo, 3,318 majority; Duchanan, 4,000 ma
jority; Tucker, 8,779 majority.
Sensation Parnell - O'Sliea Divorce.
London, Nov. 15. Tho refusal of Mrs.
O'Shea to make any defense lit tho action for
divorce brought against her by her husband and
tbo failure of Mr. Parnell to appear in court to
refute the charges made against him In tho
matter havo caused an immeiiso sensation. Tho
utter collapse of the defense is tantamount to
an acknowledgement of guilt to tho court, and
will result in Mr. Parnell being condemned to
pay the costs of the divorce proceedings.
Alleged Election Frauds in Arkansas,
St. Louis, Nov. 15. A special from Little
Hock, Ark., says: "A subprena was issued yes
terday from tho United States District Court
fortlio county clerk of Cleveland County to
produce tho poll-books and ballot-boxes from
live pieclucts in that couuty. Tho application
says the subpieua charged lraud on the part of
tho Democrats. Clovelaud County is in tho
Second Congressional District, represented by
No Opposition to Powderly,
Dknvimi, Coi.., Nov. 15. In tho K. of L, As
sembly thero seems to bo a belief that no oppo
sition will bo inado to Mr. Powderly's election
U8 general master workman. Tbo order is now
non-political. It is supposed that a nou
pollt leal party will bo orgauiml in this city by
tho Knights of Labor beforo tbo adjoin nment
of the present assembly.
son, 178 plurality; wise, 13,037 majority; Lpes,
3.3 5 rauiorltv: Lester, SJ07 plurality; Ed
munds, 10,514 majoiity; O'Fcrrall, 8,942 major
ST. STEPHEN'S CHURCH FAIR.
Spoclal Attractions This Week aillltln
Drills anil Vino Concerts.
Tho fair which opened last Monday in tho
ba8omcntof St. Stephen's Church, corner of
Twenty-fifth street and Pennsylvania avonuo
northwest, will remain open during tho entire
weok. On Tuesday night tho Sheridan Rifles
nud on Wednesday night tho Emmet Guards
will visit tho fair and give exhibition drills. It
will bo remembered that a member of each of
these companies took the mednl offered for tho
two befit drilled men In tbo United States by
tbe Sixty-ninth Now York Reclmcnt last sum
mer. The Catholic Knights of America arc ex
pected to attend tho fair on Thursday evening.
Somo of our best musical talent will be present
on the various evenings and give short con
certs. Tin tables are well supplied with fancy
nrticles, as many boxes havo been received
from various places. In addition to the attrac
tions mentioned above are many charming
ladles and clever gentlemen, who nro earnestly
endcaVorlnir to make a great success of this
woithy undertaking In behalf of tho church,
and they give zest to tho entertainment.
THE WORLD'S V. C. T. U.
Good Impression Made "Wonderful In
crease In tlio Unlon'u AVork.
Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 15. Tho second day of
the N. W. C. T. U. convention was attended
by delegates from every State and Territory,
and from Canada, Manitoba, and Mexico. Miss
Frances E. Wiliatd presided, and encouraging
reports from the various superintendents were
rcaJ. The report of the World's W. C. T. U.
was especially interesting nud showed a won
derful inereaso in the work of tbo union all
over tho world. The city is full of delegates
and visitors, and private residences, hotels, and
boarding-houses arc filled to overflowing. Tbe
W. C. T. U. has made a good impression upon
the people of tho city.and there Is not stundlng
room in Trinity Methodist Church, where tbo
convention is being held. The evening session
was especially interesting, and the house was
full to overflowing as last evening overflow
meetings were held iu the lecture-room and ad
dressed by distinguished members of tho di
vision. WORLD'S FAIR TROUBLES.
Another Hitch in the Selection of a Site.
Chicago, Nov. 15. Tho executive committee
of tho World's Fair National Commission, on
behalf of the National Commission, insist that
the local directory obtain from the South Park
Commission without delay, and bdfore the meet
ing on the 13th, an amendment to their ordi
nance extending tbe use of Washington Park
for tho holding of the Exposition, making tbo
same unconditional. Unless such action be
taken by the South Park Doard they recommend
to tho commission the reconsideration and abro
gation of tho resolutions adopted by tbo com
mission, accepting cbo vnrious sites heretofore
tendered to it.
Tho committee of tbo National Commission
were in session to-day clpslng up their work.
INDIANS ON THE AVAR PATH.
A Woman Murdered Excitement in Anto
Los Angui.us, C.vl., Nov. 15. A special to
tho Evening Express from Ravenna, In this
county, says: "Three Indians on tho war path
have killed Mrs. D. W. Farmer, of Acton, aud
shot Mr. Clark. Everybody is out on tbo trail
of the Indians. Acton is in Antelopo Yalloy,
tho first station north of Ravenna. Sheriff
Martin Aguirerro and poase loft on tho noon
train for the 6cene of the tragedy.
Railroad Around the World.
Chicago, Nov. 15. A despatch from Spokane
Falls, Wash., says: "George Hazzard, of
Tacoma, says arrangements have beeu con
cluded and tbo capital raised by a syndicate of
Russian capitalists and somo prominent Now
York railroad magnates, among whom Is men
tioned Henry Vlllard, to build a railroad from
Puget Sound to Alaska. It is expected tho
lino will bo located next spring. The company
has a capital of $150,000,000, aud it is under
stood that a lino of ferry boats will bo put on-to
carry entire trains across Dehring Sea, where
they will connect with a Russian railroad across'
tho desert wastes of Siberia."
Symptoms ol' a Panic.
Ciiioaoo, Nov. 15. Tbo wheat market exhib
ited all tho symptoms of a true case of panic
beforo trado bad been in progress over an hour,
but tho spasms, though violent, were not long
continued, and during tbo last hour thero was
a recovery of nearly 2 conts from tho lowest
prlco of tho day, with tho closing figures show
ing a decline slnco yesterday of & In December
aud J in May. Corn and oats wero dragged
down whllo wheat appeared to bo in tho throes
of dissolution, but camo up again like cork
when tho weight of tho wheat panic lifted, and
each closed with moderate gaius.
A Gambling-House Raided.
Detective Dlock and Officer Hughes yesterday
arrested John Kuchler, who keeps an establish
ment at Eighth and E streets. On searching tho
premises a full gambling outfit was found, con
sisting of faro tables, stud-horsn poker outlays,
and numerous writings that denoted tho policy
business, Kuchler was searched and nearlv
$500 was lound on him. Ho was charged with
backing and writing policy and settlug up a
gambling outfit. Ho was released late last
evening on $300 collateral.
A Bultimoro Dad Boy.
Dai.timouk, Nov. 15. Tho expression, "Oh,
what a dirty face," was tbe direct cause of a
serious cutting case, aud the result will possibly
be death. Tho principals are boys, tbo injured
being Henry J. Robinson, fifteen years, and tho
accused Josoph Dowou, but twelve years of
age. Tbo boys met while returning from work.
Dowon inado the remark above quoted, when
Robinson struck him, and tho cutting quickly
Ijehigh's Big Victory.
DuTiu.iniu.M, Pa., Nov. 15, Lohigh admin
istered a crushing defeat to Lafayotto to-day in
a game of foot-ball, which resulted In a score of
00 to 0 in tho former's favor. Lehigh defeated
Lafayette on her own grounds two weeks ago
by a score or 30 to 0, and since thou both teams
have been practicing faithfully, with the above
result. Lafayotto scored on a scratch. This
big 6coro augurs well for Lehigh's chances
agaiust tho I'nlversity of Pennsylvania uoxt
CABINET MEMBERS SHOT.
AFTERWARD, HOWEVER, THE INSUR
GENTS WERE DEFEATED.
President Rogrun, or Honduras. Regains
Positions From Which Ills Troops
Wero Driven by Gen. Sanchez and nis
Rebel Forces Strongholds Stormed.
La Liiikutad, Saivadoh, Nov. 15 via
G.UjVkston. President Dogram, who was
driven from Tegucigalpa by tbo Insurgents
under Gen. Louglno Sanchez on tho oyenlng of
tho 9th instant, returned with a few followers to
a small town named Tamara, thirty six miles
north of Tegucigalpa. Thero ho was joined by
detachments of troops from Santa Barbara, and
Comayague. With theso reinforcements ho
set out on his return to Tegucigalpa, arriving
there with 400 men on the night of tbo 12th.
Next morning bo was joined by Gen. Bardalcs,
from Amarala, with 200 men.
Gen. Sanchez has caused two of tho members
of President Bograu's cabinet to be shot. One
of the exocutcd ministers was Simeon Martinez.
Gen. Sanchez has been worsted in several en
gncements, In one encounter President Bograu
curried the the heights of La Leona bv assault
and captured three pieces of artillery. Honduras
in general is quiet, though the sympathies of
tbo people arc with President Bograu. Sau
Salvador maiutaln6 a neutral position, but in
case of interference by any outsido country will
cuter a vigorous protest.
Why She Aslcs a Divorce.
Chicago, Nov. 15. On tho ground that tkey
are first cousins of the first degree, Grace Wood
ward to-day asked a divorce from Edward Wood
ward, a prominent Now York merchant, doing
business at 335 Broadway. Tho complainant, a
pretty woman, Is the daughter of W. S. Man
ning, now deceased. On tho representation that
there was nothing unusual or unlawful iu such
a marriage, Miss Manning was induced to
marry her cousin, September 20, 1887, at
Quincy, 111. It was not until July, 1889, that
the wife discovered that a union of first cousins
was illegal under tho laws of tho State. "It
was hard to separate," said tho wife, "yet I
could not live with him when I learned that our
marriage was against the law." The court will
consider tbo case.
Miss Stevens Married to the Count.
' Paius, Nov. 15. The marriage of Comto Gal
lifet and Miss Stevens took place in tho parish
church at Montmorency to-day. Tho church
was bcautifullj decorated, and a detachment
from tbo bridegroom's dragoon regiment added
brilliancy to tho scene. Prima Donne Eames
and Plauyon, of the Paris Opera Jllouse, sang
solos. Abbo Mare officiated. Tho Due Tre
mollle and Marquis Lambertyo were witnesses
for the bridegroom, and Mr. Whitelaw Reid,
the United States Minister, and Mr. Joseph
Stevens, brother of Miss Stevens, wero witnesses
for the bride. A Protestant service was after
wards performed In tbo Enghish Church.
Type Machines in Court.
NnwYoitic, Nov. 15. The Notional Typo
graphic Company and tho Mergenthaler Com
pany, tho owners and manufactuiers of tbo
Mergenthaler linotype machine, to-day filed a
petition in tho United States Circuit Court for
the Southern District of Nov York, asking for
an injunction against tho New York Typo
graphic Company and others to restrain them
from the use of tho Rogers typographic ma
chine. Tho injunction is asked for on tho
ground of infringement of patents. Tho mo
tion for a preliminary injunction will bo on tho
calendar for hearing next Friday.
Governor Jones's Big Majority.
Montgomkhy, Ala., Nov. 15. The vote for
Governor was counted by tbe General Assembly
to-day. Jones (Dera.) received 139,912 votes,
Long, (Rep.,) 42,890, and Couls, (Pro.,) 1,385.
Jones's majority, 90,137. Tho voto for Congress
man was also counted, showing that tho Demo
crats olected In all clcht of the districts In tho
State. The caucus for nominating United States
Senator will bo hold Tuesday night. Senator
Pugh and Governor Seay aro tho leading candi
dates. Oillcial Vote of Indiana.
Indianai'OI.is, Ind., Nov. 15. The official
returns of the Indiana election havo boon re
ceived by tho Secretary of Stato and tho Demo
cratic pluralities are as follows: Trustier, Sec
retary of State, 15,579; Henderson, Auditor,
20,010; Gall, Treasurer, 20,501; Mitchell, Judge
of the Supremo Court, 21,252; Smith, Attornoy
Geucral, 20,220; Swcouoy, clerk of tho Supremo
Court. 20,439; Vorles, Superintendent of Public
Instruction, 20,815; Peelo, Statistician, 20,873.
Henry AMI lard Says Ho Is O. K.
New Voiik, Nov. 15, William Nelson Crom
well, tho assignee of Decker, Howell it Co.,
says that ho has received a cablegram from
Henry Vlllard stating tlmt Mr. Vlllard will sail
for New York on tho '37th instant. Tho assignee
statos that Mr. Vlllard has not lost faith iu
tho enterprises with which bo was connected
and that while in Europe attending to a sick
daughter ho has remitted soveral million dollars
iu cash to his representatives here.
Greeting: tho Irish Delegates.
Newahk, N. J., Nov. 15. One of tho biggest
demonstrations tlmt was ever held in this city
was tho greeting given to tho Irish delegates,
Messrs. Dillon, Harrington, aud Gill, this even
ing. A big parado, composed of Irish and
church societies, escorted tho visitors to Saengor
Hall. Tho stage was filled with notables, in
cluding Governor Leon Abbott.
Mrs. Batemnn'tf $12,000 Neolclaco.
Ni:w Yowc, Nov. 15. Louise Lachot, tho
French maid In tho employ of tho wlfo of
Conimodoro Arthur E. Bateman, was held for
trial to-day, charged by her mistress with hav
ing stolen from her a diamond necklaco valued
at $12,000. Tho maid had traveled all over
Europe with Mrs. Bateman, and tho utmost
coutldcnco was placed iu her.
Prussian Prince Injured.
Bnui.iN, Nov. 15. Priuco Frederick Leo
pold of Prussia was thrown from his car
riage while driving from Glienicko Castlo to
Potsdam to-day, Ho was Injured, but uot seriously.
DEATH OF JARVIS BUTLER.
The WolI-TCnown Organist nnil Musical
Critic Departed Yesterday.
Mr. Jarvis Butlor, the wcll-knowu musical
critic and organist, who has been a resident of
Uils city during tho past ten years, died at his
residence, 530 Third street northwest, yesterday,
at 1 o'clock, after an illness of several months.
At tho time of his death Mr. Butler was acting
as manager of the Sanders it Stayman piano
establishment, and was perhaps as well known
in tho musical world as any organist In exls
tonce. lie had traveled In every land, giving
organ recitals. Several years ago ho or
ganized a splendid troupe, which mado a suc
cessful tour of this country. Last January ho
had a bad attack of tho grip, from which 'he
never recovered. He was tho organist of Cal
varv Baptist Church and the Hebrew Synagogue,
on Eighth street. The funeral arrangements
have not yet beeu made.
Politicians in a Fight to a Finish.
CmcAao, Nov. 15. Tho politicians havo set
tled down to a fight to a finish for supremacy
in the Illinois Leeislature. It is to begin with
applications for injunctions to prevent the re
turning board from ceitlfying elections to tho
Governor, and will bo followed by proceedings
in quo warranto to keep Representatives-elect
from exercising the duties of legislation. Then
the casos will bo taken to tbe House, iu an ef
fort to unseat those who are claimed to be in
eligible. Two cases of this kind have already
been unearthed. Tho Democrats will make a
fight against tho seating of Collis, of Rock
Island, and tho Republicans against the seating
of Gcber, of Peoria.
B. & O. R. R. Extension.
Bai.timoiu:, Md., Nov., 15. United States
Senator Daniel and a number of business men
from Lynchburg had a conferenco to-day with
President Mayer ana Vice Presidents Smith and
Lord and Director Blackford in rccard to the
extension of tho Baltimoro and Ohio Railroad
from Lexington to Lynchburg, a distance of
fifty miles. Tho Baltimoro and Ohio officers
promised to look Into tho matter at an early
day. Tho proposed extension, if built, will
parallel tbo Richmond aud Alleghany between
tho two cities named, and Lynchburg will con
nect with lines running iu all directions.
The Noblest Roman Sends Greetings.
CoLUMiius, Ohio, Nov. 15. Judge Allan G.
Thurman wishes to acknowledge through tho
Associated Press the receipt of soveral thou
sand letters and telegrams of a congratulatory
nature which ho received yesterday and last
night from friends in all parts of tho country,
anu to wmcu lie nuus il iiupussiuiu lu mpi
personally. lie sends greetings and tho assur
ance that ho never enjoyed better health or
felt more buoyant thau he has slnco tho great
banquet in honor of his seventy-seventh anni
versary. U. S. Senators from AVyoming.
CunYHNNn, Wro., Nov. 15. Governor War
ren delivered his address to tho Stato Legisla
ture to-day. At to-day's session voting will be
commenced for United States Senators. Ex
Delegate Carey and Governor Warren aro con
ceded to havo tho inner track for tho places.
J. M. Carey, ex-Delegato to Congress, was
to-day elected United States Senator from AVyo
ming. Ho received every one of the thirty
nluo Republican votes in tho Legislature, while
George W. Baxter, tho lato Democratic nomi
nee for Governor, received tho voto of every
Democrat. Tho Democrats aro hopelessly in
tho minority. Tbo second Senator will bo
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AVants to Succeed Senator Ingalls.
Wichita, Kan., Nov. 15. Col. W. E.
Hutchlns, an Alllanco man In tho Southwest,
announced himself yesterday as a candidate to
succeed Ingalls. Ho has quite a following iu
this part of the Stato.
The AVorld's Record Broken Again.
Coi.rAX, Wash., Nov. 15. In a foot race to
day M. Gray, of this city, ran 125 yards In 113
seconds. This breaks tbo world's record.
Germany's New Tariff Bill.
Coi'i:niiagi:n, Nov. 15. In tho Landsthlng
to-day tho Minister of Finance presonted a
now tariff bill. Tho bill places coal, coke,
salt, sago, and rice on tho fieo list and reduces
tbo duties on sugar. It nlso provides for tho
abolition of tbo shipping duties. Tho tariff on
Industrial machinery Is increased.
Ex-Minister Murnaga Gone to Spain.
Ni;w Yohk, Nov. 15. Sciior Murnaga, tho
Spanish Minister who was recently recalled by
bis government from Washington, sailed for
Spain to-day on La Gascogno.
Among fourth. class postmasters appointed
yestenVuy wero T. II. West, Kwoll; O. Quillou,
Showell, and J. T. Parrot, South Rlvor, Mil., and
J. S. Ronton, Scottsburg, Vn.
Tbo President has recognized Luperlclo Mar.
tine, as vlco consul ot Guutomahi at Now Or
leiins; ChiudaSutenii JlusblchU, consul of Japan
ut Sun Francisco, and Oliver Ames Spencer, con
sular agent of Italy, at Seattle, for tho Stato of
Vrlino Minister do Froyelnet is a randldato lor
a seat In tho French Academy.
Gen. Boulanger, after spondlng tho winter iu
Egypt, will take clmrgo of tho management of a
dally newspaper In Paris.
Tho German budget for 1691-'l)3 will demand a
loan of 03,000,100 marks.
Old man Eubonlts has mado a confession which
throws tho blamo of tbo brutal murder ot his
daughter upou his son Deo. Father and son will
doubtless bo convicted.
Henry Mctz, a breeder of llolgiuu horses at
Polo, 111., is defendant iu a suit brought by
United States District Attornoy Mllchrist to re
cover a lino of $1,000 uuder tbo alien labor law,
Parnell says bo will not lead tho Irish party in
Parliament during tho ooraiiij,' session.
Mr. Soxton will lead tho Parnollltos in Parlia
ment during tho absence of tiiolr chief.
Government receipts yesterday, $1,011,78.
'Tho amount of 41 per cent, bonds redeemed
under tho circular of October l Is $t,00y,750.
Geortso R. Barton has been appointed United
States storekeeper aud gaugcr at Richmond, K y.
The- Treasury Department doesn't object to
passing, free of duty, cattle of undoubted do
mestic origiu which may havo strayed into Mex
ican territory, but thero is serious objection to
tbe extension of the saino privileges to tbo in
crease of such cattlo (calves) which may havo
occurred during their absence iu foreign territory.
PROP. KOCH'S DISCOVERY.
HE HOLDS SUPREME SWAT OVEK
Exeltomont Intensified by tho Pitblicntlon
of tlio Professor's Stntoinnnt Inquiries
Pouring in From Amorlcunnd Europe
Tlio Secret Revealed to His Intimates.
Copyright by Now York Associated Press.
BnnuN, Nov. 15. Professor Koch holds su
preme sway over public Interest. Tho publica
tion of tho professor's statement yesterday has
Intensified tho excitement both here aud
abroad, and from every centre of Europe aud
Amorica telegrams of inquiry aro pouring in on
Koch, Pf uhn. Cornel, Bergmann, and tho other
medical men who aro known to bo engaged iu
treating patients by tho new method. Koch's
clinique, In Albrcchts strasse, tho Imperial
Sanitary Institute, Relchs Gcsundhcltsault,
where Cornel and other Kochists aro at work,
arc swamped with letters and personal applica
tions. Many medical men, (including a
number of English and American physicians,
havo been studying tho process under Dr Levy
In tho 6inall wards of a private hospital at 20
Preslauer strasso, where Professor Koch first
achieved striking results with small means.
Here, since October, eight prominent eures of
consumptives havo been in progress. Dr. Levy
every morning shows his patients to the visit
ing physicians, and illustrates tho peculiar
features of tho method as visible In individual
cases. Addressing a group of physicians in his
private laboratory Dr. Levy said: "Tho remedy
not only attacks particular places and
groups of bacilli, but rapidly
annihilates all .tubcrculos bacilli with which
bodios aro infested. Wo now know that the
curative matter acts equally upon all groups.
The first care is to free the organism from
bacilli. To attain this end wo apply massage
at an early stage of the treatment to the
glands, joints, etc., affected by turber
culosis, iu order to force the bacilli
which havo encased themselves in cysts
into the blood channels where we can more
easily reach them than when they aro iu those
parts where the circulation has little influence.
After tho massage and the injection subdue tbe
bacilli, all that remains to be done in cases of
tuberculosis of the bones is to remove tho dead
pieces of bone aud to restore tho general health
of tho patient."
Dr. Pfuhl reports a strikingly rapid cure of
lung tubercles. The patient was a man aged
forty-two years. Ho had been ill for six years
and his case was apparently hopeless. Tho' first
Injection was mado on November 5.
Tho usual symptoms followed after
the Injection. The inereaso in fever
and sickness wero followed by a distinct change
in the character of tho sputum aud a notable
cessation of tho characteristics of consumption.
Dr. Pfuhl promises the patient that, though It
cannot replace the parts of tho lung that are
gone, tho remedy will Insure a healthy reten
tion of the smallest portion left.
Tho secret of tho composition of the lymph
has been communicated to Professors Berg
mann, Fraentzel, Brleger, Levy, and other in
timates of Professor Koch here; also to Pro
fessor Wcieart, of Frankfort; Dr. Rast, chief
of the Hamburg Hospital, and Professor N.
Nothuagel, of tho Vienna University.
Professor . Nothnagcl, addressing tho
students of tho university, said: "We
face one of tho greatest intellectual
achievements in tho province of medicine
for centuries past. Professor Koch's discovery
has a far wider scope than Jenner's, and Is per
haps tho grandest feat in tho history of our
science. What inspires mo with admiration is
not so much tho actual discovery as tho mothod
of bacteriological research, which must serve
as a basis of all futuro discoveries
in that line. Tho present moment is
among the most sublime that humau
Ity has known." Tho students shared the
fervor of Professor Nothnagcl and cheered him
to tho echo. Professor Billroth holds that Pro
fessor Koch's method places it beyond doubt
that a remedy will bo found beforo loug for
cancer, which Is still tho greatest mystery in
medlca, as experience iudicates that carcinoma
has a baccllllc origin.
The only skeptical criticisms of Koch's dis
covery como from French medical men. Pro
fessor Bronardel, doyen of tho Paris medical
faculty, Is reported to havo written a letter, in
which he advises Incredulity regarding tho ofll
cacy of tho remedy until its nature is fully
known aud scientific proof given of Its effect
iveness. "Until wo know" says Professor Brouardel,
"tho composition of the remedy, tho history of
tho experiments on animals, and the prolonged
therapeutic effects on patients no one ought to
pronounce definitely on tho method."
M. Pasteur and Professor Bouchard aro said
to be withholding their opinion for similar rea
sons. Their attitude, however, does not affect
tho medical fraternity outsido of Frauco, who
have personally watched tho process of tho
cures oy tlio new system,
Mrs. Angcll AVas Horribly Mangled.
PiTTSHi'ito, Pa,, Nov. 15, So far no more
deaths have resulted from tho collision on tbo
Pennsylvania Railroad at Now Florenco, Pa.,
yosterday morning. All but three or four of
tho iujured aro resting easy, aud tho physicians
aro hopeful of their recovery. Mr. S. II. Au
gell arrived from his homo in Washington, D.
C, this morning. Mrs. Angell's remains wero
so horribly mangled that he was uuablo to rec
oguizo them, and It was only by her jewelry
that ho was able to Identify the body. Do will
take tho remains to California for burial. Tho
disaster appears to hayo been tho result of uu
fortuuato clrcumstauces rather than from er
rors of management or tho carelessness ot sub
ordinates. &1.OOO.O0O Failure in Boston.
Boston, Mass., Nov. 15. The Kansas City
Packiug and Refilgcratlng Coiupauy, of Bos
ton, has assigned to George E. Parker
itles upward of $1,000,000.
TIH II1U -LJISlllUl' Ul lilliuiuifltl, -kt,oiv.t v-
sylvanla, Now Jersey, Delaware, Maryluud,
uud Virginiu, light rain; slightly cooler, except
stationary temperutuio in Eastern Pcnuaylvaiiui
and New Jersey; winds becoming northwust-
Thomioniotcr readings yesterday: 8 A, M 47;
8 P.M., Cfl; meau temperature, D3 : maximum, 07;
minimum, 4J; mean relutivo humidity, "1.
For tho District of Columbia, Kasteru Peun-