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B f. 'I'llllJM'Jill-.MOUM'.lli. I'AIOIIW AM) KAM.1UIAA. i'LJihUAV JiOMMMJ, X'J3UllUAItg 2ii, 11)02.
ALLEN TALKS OF NOME Hi H He Has Faith in the Riches Hl of that Region. H l GREAT FUTURE FOR MINING B J?laeer Mining In In Its Infancy, nnd H Quartz Mining Has Not Even Be- VH Knn The Brooklyn nt Tnrk Valley 1 divine; a Good Account of Itself 1' The Horn Sill cr Shut-down Has Not Yet Materialized The Earth- M quake that Disclosed a Clold Mine lH Stocks Fall Lower Than Ever. B Y J Allen a former resident of Silt H I.nko. Is In tho city after n winters H lslt 1 nst, on Ids wny to Nome Mr H Allen spent four seam at dllTcrint H Alisknn points, mid his return In tint H rountr) shows Mi faith In Its ni-rlt. sH Mr. Allen la now Dei illy United Mates H Marshal at Nome, uml organized the B fire department at that I laee He 1 nleo the llrst I'lro Chief nt Daw son IK n reports Mlehael Sullivan, formerly on the Salt Lnko llloe fone, ns being l- l rated nt Alder Crtck, eighty miles north H of Nome Allen has Knat faUh In H nil the I'n 1 Stales holdings In the H Alaskan territory, and roti'd.lors tin in H far rlrhcr than those In the Itrtllsh ter- H rltory. l'larrr mining In the far north, H f l.o says, Is set In Its Infancy, while H I' tho quarts mining, which has wonder- H l fill possibilities, has not et been l" H H gun. Anvil Creek, north of Nome, he H n says, list ear product d nuggits of V great value, one being Worth HMH) H He also mentioned Harry Kd wards and J. J. I)ononn, holh former Suit H Lakers, as innklng money nt mining 1 at Dawson Mr, Allen wilt start north 9 Jnafcvvdajs H j Tho Brooklyn Doing Well. H ', ' The Ilrooktjn prnperts nt Park Val- H ley Is giving n good numint of Itself H under tho suntrlnten Inn) of Osiar I' H Conner I'reo gold In small quantities H Is nppenrlnK with emnurnglng regti- H I larlty In the eln, nn I under the dlin- H tlnn of Minnger J It Oraham n lop- H I rrscntntlvo has heen sent 1'ist to llnnt H the stock Mr (liahani cnnslltrH this H Cl tho tieltrr move In lcvv of the unicr H "?j tain tnndltlon of all nilnlnc storks is- B peclally of prospects on the lnul innr- H ket, nnd for tho further itnsou that H the Kastern Investor Is more anxious H i foi gold propositions than for those In 1 which the other metals nre sought. H Horn Silver Still Running. H The nnllclpit-d shut-down of the H ; Horn-Silver on account of the failure to H mnko satisfactory arrangements Willi 1 I the smelters has not jot taken place, H J nnd jesterday the old producer reported H I on the market with eight cars of ore H . Manager I arnswnrth esferdi stated H that the smelter had ngi red to take the H tf ore now In tho bins nt the new rate t f H , $3tn. He considers nn Indcpwidt nt H I . ' smelter as the most likely and satlnfat.- 1 tory solution for tontlnulnR work In tho 1 " 1 Earthquake ns n Miner. Judge i: V. lllgglns, who has Just H returned from ltcawr county, tells of 1 n lecullar Mnd of gold In that lointltj. j The Iloh loy, south of Ileaer, had been M worked for a long time without ie- suits, when the earthquake lent fall 1 uncoered a ledge from which samples 1 hae heen taken that yielded ns high ns H J'S'i to tho ton In the ellnu metal. Hj STOCK LI& DECLINED. Hl Scarcely nn Exception In the Drop H Daly-West tho Worst. B The week opened with lunvy sales H on the mining exrhnnge, and ester- B day's transactions Included the trinsfir Hj nf 107,211 shares of stock, whkh hiought H JfiO.tn;:. liuslness, howver, wns de Hl i cld-dly unsutlsfnitory to the vendor, H ' ns the entire list, with scant I) nn ex- Hl ccptlnn sufTered n (Inline In prln- Hl Daly-West opened In the morning anil H went erratlcall) down during the d ly H I to 519::. at the tlose. H Cnrlsa was dealt In henlb, with Its B rrlie tiling forced down the stale from H 35 cents tn 3I( cents A Ictnr sutTcred H unmercifully from the hammer nnd n- B reded all the way from ,10 to II coins kVB California was an exception nnd rose KVK unste.idllv from II to 28 rents Con kVB Merrur wns also weak, nnd sold from KVH 51 55 donn to 5 1 5:i, ttnclo Ham was KVH tlnn and ndvanrid about 1 rent during kVC I the dn. Yankee Con sold nt 52 10 In KVH the morning, but In the afternoon n- jJH ) reded tn 52 03. The closing quotations W iv ere ns follows - -JZJTLsnzr Tr"i"CH'r M ! I HI lUsiied H HI I Akf.l i sn,or ' s?, i i i J I AJax , . . -&t4 v -t nn I jIW(.n ... 30 I 10 VJ , l Heck . 1(1 ' i . I J l 'ivveed I KVn fit ni MU Ml California 35 ,si! ,i! a, B Curls 311, V" it.;, 31., onn.n . t ;t :;i, jit'J so' MH Conger i in Ml Dllv . ... I wj 191 J 1) & ,ark f ., 01 I . Mj Dallon ,, dl'vl ,(v-i 1'esler . . 56 1 , J 1 mereld ., ic i mm n f. H ii mi mi x, i o jBjW CJalena 11 i 13 I lo i; JjVB o i entril ... 1 M ; S6 s 0) 3 1 J CI ) agin . . II JMJB 3 lorn Hllvcr 1 111 ... , J t Ingot ai I 031.1 iv.k JJMJjI J 1 lowers US'. 05 I Oil' .It, H 1, ( hlrf .lovf ,l5 u J 1, Msmmnlh M 7 I i 78 H 1 a Urine 14 Ju 'Mammoih ' l to 1 24 l 1 , 1 li VJ Munh.ltnn Oil, nil,' ,)iv B May n.y , , M, .W, i 1.! 'i no iigut i om ,i ,v.. ,,? jaW Ontario . . 0 0 Co 'I 6 00 11 ( 1'etrn BVK It Ann,, ,0M, , 1 r 10 B 1 Bunshlue 23 JJ H , Knansca VI , 55fM So hwanea JIVll ,s -o 25 Iacrairento ' 1 i) 15 c Silver King to () I S5 m War Con IN, ,1H 19, 1. Hhow Con . , jg '" Sll Hhleld . IV, 07 I. f,;.. J? agBV I Tesorn , It II j 11 MH Hnnlwim I if) i) i H J nclo Ham tlW, I.) ti . (m. yH I'tah ., . , ! I SO II H aleo ,, , IT I 10 I if,, IS 1 Meter . ) I . JH,i jiu, H 1 Yankee Con 8(0 I 800 I jm ;os H MOItMSO HAI TH i I A ix Jtt at 0e uOO at -6vac Inn m ,iic. H ' W0 at rv !"" t ",i seller tl.lrlv H3 Carlsa, lOto at Uc l'. at U', ll'.o at H 31c. ;) at A.', c, in. at 3H,c Ji at IT. H IjOO at 33c rAl at e seller live HI at 1 ."r, 17(1 at 32c mo it il ,,- i , " H buver thlrtv, 'tti at 31c nellvr i n H Consolidated Merrur lav ni ii tt ion at H , u.-.tW-v. .? live A".v si ! iWjSs,,af,ra'MM",",ft--o H , I)al Jt 51 95 H U Ial St, 100 at 12: (4, K at 521 50 100 H .' oy, JO at 5-He, too at 5c Wi at H V. f at Ki, 1800 at Mke S2i nt l H J at 55c seller thirty ion at '',.i. Hl 1 Riur Cnsr,rlatrd ma at 2nc W i Uncle Bam 100 at, 4oc 10) at 4J,c 20.) H I nt CjV,c, !i at w,c l(.i at 46c, H l Hen Huiler SOOO st "ic H Iiuss 1k too at tc ; I . t 23V, seller thirty, 4100 nt .-. I la ni I i Ms lhaiiin info at Hie M .rlha Unshlngton 3o at 7l,c T tr 2"i nt !c lio at 9'jC It t r 30 at Hoc l'OO at 2!ir M st 5Se, !0n in - V 2"l at 27e W nt 2Vc S" at . , li nt 100 at 2Hc, l'i at St',c. Valikte Ii") nt 5210 OI'I.N- noAnn (on oll.lateil Jlercur. 100 at 1 12'i. liilv 1UI 25 at 520 110 V at 521 t.alinn IU nt 74r I lllle ( hlef I0OH st IV lU.ir I " at 24c Ut at S3e M Tl.lt.NOON HA! F78 Alnx 1fK at 25r 1'Al at UV ff at 21c Mil r so ,ii, io nt 24 Pioa at 21V siller in days. Mi l 2IVjc, seller 10 days, i at 24v,i BOO nl 3iK, seller 10 (lajs ( arlsn I t H,c iio at g'V. , , llalv West H at Sfl at 5IJ75, 865 at 5H ii Kfl at 111 HO ill JUt" M immoth li at II la .... tlw, , M n !)) i al Kk, 1100 at 55Ue lial 55",. IMi nt , POO at HV " at Mc W0 at MU, seller JO days al Hle , llir i rlnts Nnrthcrn 1 lain Us al 2V Htar l on I" at IMtc. llOa at Wie 500 a I lV ""' ' seller da is t mle Hnni lil at !', ' at IVg. V st 4,c lee nl IVm 100 at l , V at ' illlle(T SvildMim I0WI al Hi I MUf l at Hie Ii llcr 5 dan. 200 at 6. , 200 a I aleo lfl nl IKc M all'1' .. , . -,H"X, r,-al TW srSlerW aT Si ",.Sfsrir,iR,ttimr.i".-iii..i' .tSi seller so davs 4ft at JIWc seller JO ilijs. imo at , limo at 25Ui 2WI nt 2BV 10.1 al .lie 8"i al 2.V m at Ve. Killer 10dis 1'On at Sle" eller 10 rtsys, 1Mi it 2BS , Wn al J,i buyer .lays, HI at NV i1ctnr,"5'at JJttc lid nl Ur. too at ri,t iWi nt 2li. 2500 nt 20. 3000 at IV 100 at .W,c, fl'i at 'ic VW al 13c, si Hi r 00 ilavs tto at 20e seller JO d iy Yankee, ltn at 5209, 100 il -l 111 I S HO Mtl Dllv Wist to nl 510 in nw al 51928 i.r.md ( inlrnl !' at 52. Kt ir i on V.i a l I0,. IIoim Tvvenl 10ii ai i0c Ictor, 500 a I 20V Oro nnd Bullion Settlements. The oic inl bullion settlements Sistrrda) nggitgnted 5101100 uml wtie divided a follows T It Jones Jt Co -Ore, 3S ooo, bullion, 54.' 0(i Mriornkk & Co-Hlvei-lend ores, I72H0, (.npiwr bullion, J1SCK). onnldes, 51500 In the tudnl market silver rilled nt 51 iciils no niinre instlng roppi r nt lift i cuts u pound nnd lend at 5150 pet 100 rounds Boston Copper Market. Illlllll Ml bl"l CIAI.1 lloslon Mnss, l'eli 21 Tod l "a cop per iniriet d eloped some m rj lively Hading In il numbir of sperlalths 'I he undeilone shows ixmitlonil Htrtnkth In the geneial list, while n few Issues urn Inclined lo wenkne-s Tho purihase b the Amnlgamntid or the Colusa I'arrot owned b Senator Clark which developed over the holldas, li thought to be the st irt towards paving the wny to u general ilennlng up o( the situ itlon In Montana The billing nf stocks to da was quite splrltr.l nt times, the iloslm; bilng somewhat Irrrgulir but firm llnrnblovvet & Weeks Linkers, 51 Slnte street llnstnn, and 10 Wall street, New ork, furnish the following quota tions Sllen High t.on Clrwe AmalgimatM 2 723 5-0 73 W A TO lllngh im .1 23 hi 22 M Unit-West J3 0II vnh or, 2i n 21 00 21 7-. 1 lilted Htales 371 17 V) 17 17 17'i Mcrciir !" 1 M I "'s t 75 Mnliank -1l St 2"i 33 50 S3 u0 curb-llosliin 5H2ltIM1j Mining Notes. Col II O Jliftron jesterday went out to Tlnllc tTncle ra mnde n ehlpncnt sesterdiy of IHi nils ot ne Tlio Ite.l wing of Hlngham jesterdis to irketed a cor of ore The Cnnklln nampler reiwirtM live cars nf nre from Tlntlo eienlil Thre enrj of ore from the Mammoth reached tho smelter )eslerdn Two cars of Htilllon Heck ore were re. reived esterdi at the smelter. The Ma Da) icsterrtaj w is a shipper on the mirket In the extent of two tars of ore W O Van Home returned homo les tepln) from Inspetllng mining properties In I)i lib atioti K r t'eer goia to Ftockton to.Hy to look over the Don I'nlro of which propo slllim hi Is an nfllcer Tonv Jicolwon who Is operating tho Ccnirnl nt Hlnkhiim ei.terilay began hnullng i re to the siatloi The Highland Ho Consolidated of Hlngham scstirdit settl.il for two cirs of om Ih It Jlel.led 41 per rent lend r Isht enrs or ore enme In from Heinlor A I lirks Ophlr lllll mine jeslentnj, and a like number came In from the iloiu Kllver Tht I arlsa contribute I live ears of nro to itrrdi s mirket four enrs from the conipniv a workings nnd one enr from Ihe Harris lease C I Inder of Iho Annie Ijiurle and Judge W 1 HnMler, with others Inleren. id with them hive purctused an Interest In the iloldcn l"ra group near Alma Colo The Tolor Hrunton sampler ester da received twelve cars of on from Tin He eight i irs from Ophlr lllll one eir from Hlngham and eight cirs from 1 rlsco IMwIn Mcflraw et nl of I'HMhurg, Pi have quit claimed to Hie Copper King Mining compin for 5123 ooo the Copo,r king and Cnppi r King No 1 mining tlilms at Hlnghim Tho Utlh of 1 Uh Springs ttrrdi re ported a tar of ore on the Iruk, in1 th it Hums bad gone to the rntn- from Oasis for another like shipment which Is ulna') sukt I up Iho llrlsxb ut lta Is ifparlng to give goo I aiiounls from devt lopment work lerform.d on tin rrowrlj .luring the wlni.r nnd tenterdis live teams Itgun inovliiK lln ores lo Pitutj Himiifl Newhnur.e arrlviil In Hull 1 ike eterli and will rem tin hire for nev rralilis Mr Nevtlioua, elenliv hn.1 nolhlrtK lo dlt iilt, nil to jlm pr. posed eierailons of the various Ciah pronoal ttons In which In is Inicr.ni.t ' ' FAMILY WIPED OUT. rive reople Tound Murdsrerl Near Welch, Ln. Welch. La, lib .1 Tonight It ut, dlsimortd tint live of the sit mem la r ot the l.nl fnmii living nbout threo miles fioni here, had been murdered nnd that ihe head of the household It id dlsipiomrd No search Ins yet been mnde foi his bod, al though It Is genernllj helbvod th it ho has been killed 111 wife hud the whole front of her faro unshed In with some blunt Instrument One of her sons had been shot ihrourli the nend nnd the throats of tbn e others hud been rut None of ihe riunll) had In en seen rlnco Thursdij last nnd It Is thouUit that the weie kllle I on tint nUlit There Is no clue to the perpetiatnr of the deed The Larls orlglnallj came from lovvu. ANARCHY DENOUNCED, Catholic Bishop of Buffalo Issues Letter to Priests, nutftlo l'eb 21 Jimes IMward Qulgley, Itommi CMInllc lllshnp ot Hullalo, lus issued n Utlei audiesseil to the iuIhsib of hU dim ee dennunr lug the tenhlngs of bnd.il U. mocriuv and anarch tatholhs art mminanl d lo renounce the do, trlnes on naln of diprlviitlon of the sa lament In case of persistence li foil wing their teachings the suptemc pi nalts of cx rnniiminli itlon will br Indicted CASTORS A For Infanti nnd Children. Ihe Kind You Have Always Bought Slcuuture of 0utZff&i&&4f LITTLE BUSINESS DONE Stock Market Back into Pro fessional Hands. NO IMPORTANT MOVEMENT Declines Established for American Stocln ln London Since Trldny Hnvo to be I'icsil at the Opining nnd This Caused n Lower Level Trices, However, Were nt Ho Time Down to tho London rarity and They Econ Began to Hecover Bonds firm. Sll.VIlIt New nrk 61V Iriilldou . , 2Sft-l6d t,i:n New York exchange 51 J2V Coiipi.ll New Wk exchange 512 l'.VMli 371, Sllvri and Drafts. New York Teh 2-llar silver, Sf?,c Jlexban dollna 43i4c Ran 1 lanilsco reh 21 Sliver Inrs Mcxlean dnllals l))ll i Drjfts sight, l."j. lebgraph ISr Money nnd Kxchanf-e. New ork I". I. 2l-Mone on rail stia.lj at i2i, er tint, t losed offereil at er lent I'rlnie nierciutllo paper IfiHi per cent Sterling exelnnge tlnn with nituil buslneaa In b inkers bills nl IIS7tJIW for demand mil 1 1 Ml.41 1 Mfc for slxt lavs I'iwImI rilea SIMandllMl, Com mercial bills, 51 HUM W, New York Metals. .Sew ork I eb .1 There wns a sub- slanllil alvaiiri In tho local mirket for pig Iron I bus at New 1 ork Iho closing I rln was 12S,WKi2i ) for spot London tlm.e.1 ( im bight r at Ills P for spot and 1113 fi r futures Copier was unlet and unclnnged hero, with upot at Il2m)ii2 v elcctrilvtlc at 5l2 2Milil7W and casting at 512 I2'til237i At I onilon irlies at the c!ne were IVs blBber at I50 .'s 6,1 for spot and IV. lis for fill 11 1 es I en I was II rm nnd nnrhinged nt 51 ljij nt Sew nrk and I on Ion wns Is Id higher nt 111 IV Up. Her wns sleadv lure nt 51 20HI25 and l-on Ion cloned 2s 0,1 higher ot 117 17s I Iron was firm here Cllisgnw closed at Ms ll.l and MldUcrhnro at Ss The locil quotations were unchanged Snn Francisco Mining Stocks. San rrnnelseo Keb 21 -The offlrM closing quotations for mining stocks to. dt were as follows Alia OliJustlre 5 01 Andes ft.MixIcan . H Heleher O, Occidental Con. OS II & II 27 Ophlr 1 X Hiillinn . ... idiOvrrman .. .. lo Caledoult . .. 31 I'utoKl 12 Chil Con HSivago ,,, .(9 (bollir ... 12 Seg llilchcr ... 02 Cnnfllenen . . ".iHlerrn Nev . Ill I'L'sli . 1 'A, wivcr lllll ., . V Crown Tolnt Mlt'nlon Con , . o.- tl c niHtah Con . . 03 II A ,S 13 .ll..w Jacket 17 MIW MJIIIC Ml. SI Ml HTOCKS Am H tc It 5l7 12liliad Con . 5 M I referred JS l 1.11 Chief W Adims Coii Vi Ontario 700 Alice , tl Ophlr 1 0; Hreico , tn 1 hoenlx .. .. M Iiruns con 07 rototl . , 12 Com Tunnel or, Hiviiko P7 Con C i a 12 Wlcrra Nev .IS Dead 'Urra M hmill Hopes 30 Horn Silver . in Hi 11 ml ml , 3 20 Iron Silver t& llOSTOV .Ml. SI. SO STOCKS A.lventllie 5 23 W Osceol 1 . 5 1 00 Alloin 1 3 vi 1 nrrot 31 TO Mnulgnm 70 2T, oulnev 111 0.1 H 1III1 13 to rile Copper 3 25 Hint ham .-.' 1. lamarack 23M ro c A. II fiiorioai 1.1 Trim I n . loom Centennial 10 1 Trinity .. . II 7H Cop llange 01 75 IT s . 17 2T, ljom Con s-rn ctnh . 71m Tranklln lew Metnrla . 51214 lle Hovnle MM Mnona II 'n Mohawk S3 75 Wolvtrlno .. Sift) Ol 1 Horn 21 00 Totelgn Market. New York Kelt U Commercl il dver-tl-ei's lndon tlnnnctil cai,, t,rnm savs 'Slocks were llletl ntea.lv tndi pend Ing the settlement save In the caso of South African shires which 1 pencil firm and then st.adll) sngeed The public Is out of the market, an I luslleia nro hold Ing off thinking that the wtak element has not vet hirn slliken out Ihe Vmrr lean department 01 1 ned weak dreidng New orka opening after the hilllav but the hull faction ralllid prices when Niw rk came as n buer parllcularly of Union Taclllc The close was cheer, ful New York Stifrnr Market. New Jnrk l'eb 21 Sugar lliw nrm: filr rellnlug 3ic ontrlfugil 9-tet 3c mutsses ugnr .".c ruined firm, rrushid 5.M lovvdered 51 0.), (.ranulatcd. 5tW. cofftt, quid. So J Itlo, 7,c Storks and Bonds. Sew Wk tch 21 The mock market sunk t.tik ngiln Into the professional tri.l. m hauls lodav and there wis no Imimrlinl movement exiet In a few sloths of s miller rallroids not allied In an of the great svetnus, an I In somo minor Industrl lis The .l..lnea estnb llshed for 1uerbnl1 Ktocks In lindoii sbue the tlose here of Crlilav alltrnoon hi I In I. raicd 111 the oinlug I his 1 meed n Invvir bvel at llrst Hun nn list Irll.y hm prliin were at nn time diwn to Iho I oudon pirllv nnd tliev noon be. an in mover In split of veiling on nr. bltrige on lnidon account at the ad- The confidence Ihnt Ihe Supremo court would refuse Jurisdiction In Minnesota a suit against the Sotlhern Seturitlea run. panv vvhli h bus hern Itrrntv bell In vVashlngton for Hire weeki wait unlm palrid thl monilni. nnd Ihe tru.era did some nf their having on thnt Inslii The niltiouncrinent of Ihe decision bv the ciurt failed to ntlrnct am mitalda il. mini mil the rfforls of the traders In take their 1 rollti, caused a recti. .11 In the market and an tasv rioting The decision of Ih. admlnli.tr itlon tn push the else itfilnst Ibe Northern Se uirlllcs romi anv del rived the other suli of much or ,1s Imiorltnre but Hit fs. I remains that one possible t nurse of pro teilnr. against tho lompiinv It tlised bv this detlilont an I a step thus mhlcvr.l toward tilt eslnbllshment of the rom pin) status It Is uinernllv fell that all possible (ourvci. ot pioi.duie will have In ho met In the same vvav The 1 rofessl mals who were on the hull side lo.liv . x hanged assurance th 11 the administration s suit ngalnst the company might he ngiirieil i.s In Ihe nttiire ,f a frlendl 1 roi ess to establish the true stan ling of that tompinv undi r the liw. and th. Msll to Washington of r me of Iheirlnelpnl flniniiirs liilerestel was ri Rir.ied as u Invoilng faitor for th. out tome if the .use ibis sort of argument wjs nn so lonvhulng Inn that the ra. 1 fisslonnl Iradtrs kept k. .nl) nl, rl ti cub uhcrs movem. nt an 1 when lip tortant silling In reillse devcliiitd all turned tn the atlllng side rtin InrRent . halloas w,re In stocks which mov.d un.hr Hillvlduil lull lencts in Sugir the Intliiiiu. wis dlsiipnini ment over Ihe imasun igned iiinn b ihi is and Mi ins lomniltiie r. gird log Ihe diitv .r liiluii sugir mal gnmalid I ipper was iff tied bv the re ported suit I 1 It of a mill, tad th. ri moval of thr. itrnetl litigation c dorado A South rii wis h. ivllv bouglil wllh an alv nn, f ovir a 101111 on re) oris of a trai.sltr f i nirol An upward movi mini of 1 lumber of low prltel mini r rallroil sinks had 1111 othei nppirent nisi ihui svmpithy wllh this mot. ment In c ol .ri.lo e. South. rn i.uness.n 1 nil was a re. tun at an extreme advance of 0, n rumirs of it resumption nf , 1 1 v I den l-i llcallngs In Southern I'acltlc ton. tinned lirgt Inn the movtmtni In Iho si tk witK mall 1 oielgn exchange continued to a lvalue, t liv Inlluenced by tendons selling of siturlllea here and the small supply nf ex hinge bills but the local mon.y mtr ket tnntlnutil easy The bond mirket showed some d'grcn of firmness, but busmen was not large, except In the ,bl"h de benlun s Tn'sl sales par value 5H")fi I nlled State is coupon de, lined and the registered 3s advanced ', on the Inst call. IIOND LIbT. t' R ref 2s reg too 1! 8 5s eou "i I S ref 2s cou l"l rolo It- So 4,. 0ij t' S 3s reg 10S, 1 & It O If 1021, IT H 3n eou llll S'o I'aclllo 4s IJB'i, It S new tl reg 133), Nn I'arino 3s .)', f S new ts cou IKI'4 So Haclllc ts 02 I' S old Is reg 1I22 1 1' l ' I S oil In tou HSU t' 1' tonv ts 1C V S 5s reg 1H CI OSINO RTOCKS Atchison 12 0 nt TS'. W1 preferred icon o; 0, Halt & Ohio 1!) lOtf, 102'4 101J, preferred f3 Canadian Pac . 2 soft ll IT-s. Ill', Ill's Canada Co SO r lies v. Ohio 20no tV ISi, I'Va (hlcnkn A. Alton 3 li.l 3?, . 2iW preferred Son ;t 7s 7Mt (hi Ind L Louis I2HO r;u R2V, prrferreil K 7T ?i "1'a rhl . I- III jm 1IJ nm, llHt l hi (treat West 1 ' 21 Jltt S A preferred Sj B pn ferred SM It Wk Cbl Sorwest 201 51S Jl' "I1 rhl ft I Pae nn ISI Kl li rhl Term . r 1() In 10 IM, preferred 100 HI' 31 31 r c ( A st I. i'n mi;, 1004 101 olorado So 1O11V1 2lii 2H, W 1st preferred 50 , ) 2nd preferred 9 "O 37 3fi . i Del Hudson 4..1 171 172'4 172 Hel t, & West Wo 21 Kl 2n I'en nio O 42Vi preferred T"o 12H 02 ojs, Ul. 12 91 m5 37'd IM, 1st preferred mo Mt, l 1', Jnd 1 nlerre.1 Vo W5 50 ', llreat Nor prd ' H7 JW, Ki'j Hocking alley r7 I referred 1 l SI H Illinois ( entral 1 tl 110 13TK, II) Iowa Central . I l' l, I7i, 4 preferred Sfrt wa K 70 I. rrlo West 3"! 1.7V. s7 f'i pieferred 132 Inula & Nosh 2 VO 10IH I0I, I0H, Mnnhnttan I I l" ItM. m 113 Met SHeet 11 2 -.., HSN, t!"VSi Iks'. Mexican Central 2IM 2 2S ., Mexican National 700 17 uvt li Minn Aj bt I, 4 0 loot, 10, loo Missouri Pit 4 Id ii, 102 Mi, Mo K" A Texas 1 2C0 25 Wi 2P, preferre.1 P f A) W, K'i 5.T, S J Centrnl 111 S Y t enlral 1 7oo 1W, lf.u4 va Norfolk A. West 1 x -.7 "sij 5fi , pn ferred no 01 HI el'5 Onlarlo West I i 33, X't 33Vi I'ennsjlvnnla 1 10 1 , 1U 111', It. ndlng 5JK1 57S .s, ro?, 1st preferred 1 300 SPi Hi, St 2nd preferred 4 Sio fix f7' es Bt I. A H I' . I.00 rlU Ki'k 00i; lt preferred 300 M, SI1, SI 2nd prefrrred . 2i "J'd 72i 72', St I, Mo West . .i4 .i ."!4 preferred 70.) 50 50 fs St Piul 13 8.0 li 4, lbl 1i2'j preferred is Southern Pno ni mh i, M, Southern Ity .. II wo TJi. 32, 12'J preferred 3 no '! W, Vi Trxin & Pic . tan 41'i la's 40, 1 St I. ti West .. li 21 2H, 2H, preferred 2 1.0 4114 40 41, I inon Pao - 21 ) in tn wij preferre I ... . ST1, S7i S"i Wabih . . 1ft" 21', 21H 21N preferre 1 . 2 700 41, 4."; 4.", Wheel A I, i: ,4lo 2iV, 1 1', iv, 2nd preferred 2 200 31 32T. 3314 W la Central f"o 2a 2i, 2111, preferred Trt tPj 41 4015 1'xprcss Companies Ad inn . IV. American . IW 2) 230 22T, I nlled Stntrs . 2i 115 lllb 113 W ell, I argn . . 1J0 Mlscellineous Amilg Copper .. , 1 M0 70', roi. 701, Am car f. r mo 2Mi 2MJ 2S, preferred '" S7i s7, STij Am 1 Inseed Oil 4"0 23 53 22, preferred . 3s Am hm & net 5 HV) 4Sj, 4', 4"i. preferred So , 0 m Anaconda M Co . 4 331, 32', 33', Hrooklyn It T . , 300 f2 Sl, r.' I oln r At lmn . . 2 400 S7, Shi, S. i. Cons Qua 1 000 223 22.V, 22ij Contl Tob prd .. 4l 1114 110 IP. (leneral I lectrlo . JO 2WHi 21 t'1 (llueose Sugar . . 1 . . 421, Hocking Coal .. I"l if 17 ln lulern I Puper . r1 M! 2014 20H preferred . 100 75', 76; 7SlJ Intern I Power s. I a Clede Oas ... fR Sallonal Hlscult 100 47H 14 47l Sollonil 1 cad . no )!l l.'S 17 National Silt . . ... 23 preferred ... S3 North Amer 01 Pac Con.t ., 7214 Pile .Mill 2l 4), 4SV. 4.lJ Ptoples C5a 1 20n 1 v. loo oo-ij Prrsscd Steel Car Two, jf; jri, 3.1 preferred S2.0 Hi M S2', Piillmnn Pal Car 219 Hepubllc Steel 3 o.l 10, in, Hi, preferred . 1 2") ;o' 70 70 Sugar . 11 wn lmi 1274 12s', inn C 5 Iron 51 -no 7W, riu, 70 Union H & 1" Co KO Wi H, Kt, I referred 100 so so 7 l' S leather 17 "fil 1JU 111, IP, preferrsd . 3 "oO SjiJ n SHi, U S Rubber 4 l'o if, 1', 1C, preferred 2 ') 50, 5R W, l' S Steel 2JV0 4IIJ 41, 43', preferred 1 To.) ipj n np. West Pnlon Ai 51 0.W, noij Amer loco ton 3H4 3P, 3H, preferred in DJi, w 0.1J 1OND0N CLOSING STOCKS Consnla for .M IUT 24', money tllV preferrtd 57 Consols for nc N V Central jeri, count M 9 10 Norfolk A: '7, Araconda icisl preferred .12', Alchlson . . 77i Onlnilo At W 31 prtferred tr, I'ennstlvnnK 7', II ft O W , Hi ndlng 2 Cm Pnclllc 117 1st ifd 42111 C A. ( 4..VW 2nd nftl 3.. r l W 21 I So lt1llwa .. 331, C it A. St P llix I prefeired 97'i I A. II (1 IJ', So Paclllo 0.A, preferred M I'nlon Pacific lop, V:rlo . SSJ.I preferred 01 V 1st pf.l .. 70 V B Steel 4 2nd pf.l 5r,i, preferred . i, III Centr-vl HJ'J w'ahash 2i; I. A. N 10.J1, preferre.l 4li! Spinlsh 4s 77'i Mone 2t73 per cent Tho rale of discount In the open market for short tills It 2", per cent Tho rnlo of discount 111 Iho open market for three months hills Is 2T, per icnl Live Stock. IIICAOO Chicago fell .'I Citlle-Iteeelpts. 21 utO Incllrtlng .IKi Tex ins slenly In 10c Inwer (lood to prime st. ers. 5.50-1733 poor to midluni 5li"iifi50 slickers and feeders l.'VfTIS cows. SI2MI5V,, belf. eis 52WS60, canneis 51iifl210, bulls 5!5iv7i4Bi, eniies 3 mm 75, Texas fed si. 1 is I MV,'B T, lints lleceipis 4x0ft). estimated to morrow, 35 Oil lift over, 4Vl Markit sleadv to shade easier mixed and hllrh rrs iiarxjun, good lo choice henv Sft25il rough henvj 50IO4I.1J., light, 5,iHH,i(10 hulk of salea 55"ijI0 21 Shceii-lteceltts II .i Sllei p strong lo lOo higher, lambs 15fl2fie higher Cool to choke welhers 5ITMi5TO fair to choice mixed 51 1"! I 7), West.rn sheep nnd cnrllnss IIWHOl, nallvi lambs 17Mi(. Western Unihs 5' 2511. m KANSAS CIM Kinsils Clt), 1-eb 2ICatlle Ibcilnls, 7110 Ineimling I') T. xnns si. arte S 1 tlve suets IcnOflihT fi xas and Inrtlin kANHVS Cin heb 21 Cnttle- He celpts 7010 Inrl ullng I fin lexana alemlv SSIIve steers 50Oi?('rTexis and In. II 11. steers 5I'1176 Texas ows I.K'rtil.H nnllve tows and helf.rs 510aM5 stoik rs and leeders 512ofl5lo hulls HWi 4 50 calves tl wviiTiii Hogs Hoc Ipts l market sleidv Hulk of siles S'lOirtl heavj Ji..M(i!IO pickers 5- sMit, 01 medium 5 ,iih..). light, 5 40111, 10. orkns 55W(6r.i PB, Sheep Ilec-lpts, IO mirket stea Iv Millions 5ir5i Ininls 5 "1n7i range welhers 51 7 Ai so ewea 51 705 j SOI'TII (1MAII South Omiha Teh 21 -Citlle - He. celpts SsYI. mirkel slcalv Snllvo sirers 5KKHjJoO c iws and heifers 53 MX, Ski Western steers Usikid.m Tixas steers 53rifllM lanners 51SOJi2Si stackers nnd feelers 52754rlar, calves, WWTi hulls stigs etc 5260.(117, Hogs Itecelnls 4 rf.) market stiady lleavj 5i.iMJilJ) mixed 5-i'ifmoo Hint trili0u. pigs, 5I254J5 50, bulk of salts. . IM4 16 Sheep Receipts. I.00 market steadv Ted muttons 5'.iwi5R6t Wesierners, 51 j) i3i) ew.s, 5l(Miieo, ciinmon and Bintkeis 5i2tffl75 I iml s, 5. 3566 10 DP.NVIMt Denver Pel) 21 -Catlle-ltecelpta l sIhi.I) beef iteers, 517M5 25 cows 53 lsj( li nlntkors and feeders freight paid to river, 53111150, hulls stags etc, 51 'Hi lloga-lte'ilpls iM hlghir, light Pickers, 51SOj5!iO, mixed nnd heavi, 3'i jjil 2t Sheep Hoc. Ipls 2.0 hleady Good fat muttons, J3fo.(j), lambs, 5iu,fu50 ST JOSl.PH 81 Joseph Peh J I -Cattle Receipts 650.Btea.lv Natives 5l35fl7i.) cows and lu Iters liiiMC'i vials tliviKA, stock trs and feeders 5-"ssij4 s Hogs Recjlpts J7..I. sronB Light nnd light mixed 5ik'li;il me. urn nnd heavy. 5615ff30. plk 53 lows no. Sheep-Iteceipis n'o lomso higher Western limbs, jJijtlw), Western sheen, ll.4Jt 2 LOW LEVEL IS STRUCK Everything in Grain Market Is Pushed Down Hill. GET PRETTY HARD BUMP Wnrin Weather nnil Froopects of Grain ln Plenty Was Cause of Slump May Wheat Closed With Loss of 1 7-8 Everything ln the Ornln Pit Was Benrlsh from the Start Cables Wero Lower Crops Reported ln Excellent Condition Corn Influenced Same as Whent. Chicago, Feb 21 Oraln rices slumped nt the opening of the Roird of Trnelo to. dn Then the leirs gnve them a vigor ous push and everslhlng went downhill and struck low level wllh a pretty bird bump Tho warm weather and prospects of t,nlns In plenlj was Ihe cause of the slump Ma) wheat closed with a net loss of IV May corn t'Sc nnd May otts l',c Provisions lost 2V4 lo 17V4C I. vers thing In whent was bearish from Ihe very start Ctllts were lower, re ceipts wero Improved and the weather gave promise of sunshlno for some lime tn enme Crops reiorte.l in excellent con ellllon and the fanner btgan lo sell In 11 hurr estimates of grain rcceli ts for tomorrow w.re trcllo what tho wero todi Worlds shipments wero ovtl 000 bushtls, compared wllh lilltl"! bushels last week, nnd nils 591010 bushels a year ago As a result tho earl stones on rliHtign were mostly excited scrambles to unload Liquidation w is prominent and wns the Icnllng feature Shurls sales wero also consider ible Tho for eign demand was still erv llghl and the dctnind from stock fetders was be coming lighter because ot the good weather. Ma opened tttic to ijflS.c lowir at 77Mi77c dropped with al-urltv to 7b,c and h ncred for some lime ainuud that llgure Hulls lnd practically noth ing with which to support the mirket Covering lime to time on tho brenks steadied things fir it while nnd when a decrenso In Iho visible supplj of 1 021 ' bushels was posted the market strength ened a bit Just b.l.iro Iho close how. ever, tho general feeling Ihil when was ton ilenlltul swept over Ihe floor nnd wllh hiirdlj n struggle M ly dropi ed an other cent lo 7jHc May closed ery weak. IV lower at 75Sii7jc Lorn again had lo contend against the simo depressing Influences th it liavo teen uniiervlnff Iho binrs nnd adding fresh vigor to tho heirs for n week or more These consisted mostly of In creased offerings nf corn from firmers nnd a decreased item ind from Western feeders At tho opening cnhles wen lower, tho bouihwtsiern mirkets weie er weak i-d fair weather was unlvtr sil In It toutnry most needing It Re. celvers nil reported liberal acceptances from the countrv of the lhleai.0 blds ln nianj cases at decreases Much stuil was for sale eirlj on hedges May started i.nV down ftV,c. In company with wheat and hardly paused In Its downward enurse until it had struck t..', fiai,p Tho weakening of the holding sinllment on the part of the farmers was reflected In the til with a higher Inten sity and llqulrtitlon of speculative hoi 1 Ing went on at an enormous rite Nearly everv house on ihe lloor took part In tho selling which wns for both local and eoiiiitr) account The offerings wero the 1 enlist from those trndeis who were rieentlv on the bull side Covering made no apparent efftct on prices May closed vers weak l'c down nt W,c. Receipts were 131 e irs , , Oils Ind a sjmpalhetlo market nnd slumred In companv with corn No news ilevelojed Tor a time mar the opening tndo was extltel with rea offerings on one side nf the pit and the other si lo almost steads After the opening brenk of s to lc May sold up to '.c below I rldnv s close Hut Iho bear sentiment irevalled preelomlnnnlly and th down ward tenilencs was ennstint I.lnuldl tlon was general May closed weak, H,o lower at 41V The grain weakness affected provisions and Induced scattering silling Offerings wero taken lirgelv b shorts In pork Pickets bought some lard and ribs and held them steads May pork sold as low as 51'. 60 and closed nfce down nt 5115.. Mas lard 2'tc lower at 5137'a and Miy rlha fui5o lower at 5x424 HANOI! Or I.nADINO ruTunr.s. Open High Low. Close Wheat-No 2- ( , ,v limber ;::.: U t'i Si K t om No S- r ft M fVi Juls .... Ws "k M M Seotemler .. 60 to VI 6Si, Mast""N.. -t... V, 41 . ,41'. Juls ,B,i , 1I' 3,, September ... !, 30J Ml, . May"...1.'"1!. .. 1 t 11 r,K 11 50 11 v, July IS 71 15 S2'i 15 AT. 15 70 Vayrrt" 9 4) 0 40 0 SI 0 1714 Jult 3 7) 0 5214 II I7' 0 50 MayOrt """" .Ml 4H, 8 4214 42'4 July s S "Vj S I71J 8 521$ S '2 September HJ K ' 8 0Ji CASH QUOTATIONS Cash quotations were as follows Hour, easier So 1 spring wh. nt, 7(V?i 71c No 2 nil 71u75o No 2 wlllle oats, I34IV No 3 while, 42i,i44i,l, No 2 rse 5M4S'ie, fair to choleo limiting harlev rAfiitc No 1 llnx seed SUA. No 1 Nnrthwerlern. 5170 prime timothy seed 5n, 10 mess pork, per turret, (1"eri(l1 lird per loo pnunds 5U7iMiO:o short ribs sides Hoosoi S'Sifisio dry silled shoulders lhnxe.li 7i7l.i short cleir sldis Iboxedi. 5s7('iSso, whl.ks hisls of high wines 5Wl.sligir rlovrr ronlr ict grnib 5 He) RI.CniPTS AND SIIIPMKNrS Articles ReritB Ship Sdivs Idivs 1 lour hirrels Mof.i 5.11..1 Wh al, hush. Is . ii) l.l ) I oro bushela . 2rho.l 0K.il 1 (Ills bu-hels . 27SIOO 177 '.II Hvi l.u.l. Is 6 mi 10110 Ilirlrs I ushels Kioto 3"i.o PRODirCi: MARM.T On the produce exchange toil is Ihe but ter market wua ilrm, eitamerles ixuf 27e dairies tSHffile clitese Ilrm 10, I2(,c eggs, pinlcky anl broke hulls, fresh 23c Visible Ornln Supply. N.w Aork Pel; 24 - The visible uppv of grnln Stturdiv, I'ehruary 22u 1 as eomilled hj the New lork rrisluto ex change Is an follows Wheal II RM f) lilishtls, decreased, I,. 117 0.1 bushels Corn 10 7WOO0 bushels, decrease, 311 CM) busheli oats 1 01 us) biisluls, decrease 22i '.) bushels Use, 23f0mo bushels, decrease, 26i bushels Parley, 2,lirnoo bushels, decrease, .)(..) bushels Coast Oraln. Sun Prnnclsco IM. 21 -Wheit-WVnk; Mav 5110. Iiecemler, llfRit, s nt quiet, 5lisvt Corn Large jillow, easier, SI 3V.1I l'i Harlev I Inn .May, S'Iil, lJettinl.tr, 7SV4C cash, 371,0 St. Louis Wool Market. SI Lnuls, Peh 2i -Wool-Steads Ter rltory and Western mediums, leftist, line, i:'ul7c, nurse 12yit,c ' San Francisco Wool, San I'rnnclsra Veb 24 -Qliotltloni on wool hero tod ly weie S ring Nevada liKll.c eistein Oregon lOjillc, v.ill.i Oregon 13il5c Pnll-Mountaln I nubs' isliSc San Joiquln lalns, iflsc llumliol.lt and Mendocino, lisai2Vic Butter nnd Eggs. New ork Peh 21 - llutter-Ili celplu. (Hit laekagea. Stale dilrs iotl.T. irciiin ery 22iSic, Juno crenimry liiiit., fiu tors, IWiJw 1 ggs-ltetelpln, , 41") parkut,es Ilrm, St itn and Pennsylvania, 30c, Western candled, 35c Elgin Butter Market, ! Igln 111 , Peb 21 -Offerings of butter. 77..I pounds Dull nnd no sites Market declired Ilrm at 2Sg. Sales of Iho week, G01O1.) pounds, INVITATION CANCELLED President Withdraws One Extended to Tillman. REASON FOR HIS ACTION Made Necessary in View thnt South Carolina Senator is ln Contempt of Senate President Sent n rriend of Tillmin to Him AsUng Him to Withdraw Acceptance of Dinner Invitation Tillman Declined Cancellation Followed- South Caro llnarlan Med. Washington IVh 21 The President h withdrawn his Invitation extended lo Sen nlor Tillman of South Cnrolln 1 to at. tend Iho dinner to lo given tonight In honor nf 1 rlnco Henry of Prussia nt Iho While House It Is stnted that this ae. Hon on tho part of tho President wns made necessary from the fact thit owing to occuiienee, nn Ihe floor of the Senate list Hitlirdas. Hm Senator from South Carollni was declared In contempt of Iho lennli Senator Martin of Irglnln, a member of Ihe Cnmmlltee nn Naval Af fairs has nteepted nn Imitation In Mr. Tillnnns plan The Imitation was ex. tended nrlslnally to Mr Tillman owing to the fact tint be Is tho r inking ml nnrlty member of the Naval Affairs com- mnUC BPSSVTIONAI. SI qt'l'.U There was n sensation ll sequel lo tho decision of Iho Presl lent to eliminate Senator Tillmin from tho list of dinner guests The President sent for Senator Cocknll of Missouri and asked him as a friend and Democratic colleague of Mr Tillmin to suggest to the litter the pro prlels of withdrawing his acceptation ot the dinner Invllnllon The President ex plained hlj atilliulo In tho matter and Slid lint 111 xlew of tho cnnlempt pro ceedings Mr Tlllmins presence would not only I o 11 ti iiltront to tho Sen ito but a dl.oniirtres lo Prime Henrv. Mr Cock rell nt reined Ihe commission and liter telephone I tn the President Ihnt Mr Till, man nbrolutels refused to withdraw his acceptance In response to the President s BUggesll n INVITATION CANCP.M.I) The I resident Immediately canceled tho Invllnllon in a nolo ho .lisp itched directly to Mr Tlllmm eliorih la-fore noon to. div In ibis note which was v.ry brief and formal. Ih. President stated he re netted thai ho was obliged lo wlthdriw Ihe Invitation Slmult incousls Senitor Martin nt Mrglnl t was Invited lo lako Mr rillmana idnco at the dinner, as tho next ranking Democratic member of tho Senate Naval Affairs committer. The following Is tho letter from tho White House, withdrawing Mr Tillman a Invlla Hon to ellro thero tutiight ' Whilo .House I eb 21 Tho President tegrets that ho Is compelled lo withdraw tho Invitation to sou to dine tonight at tho While House er trills sours (li:ollOK II cniiTCLiOU, Secretory to President." TILLMAN 8 COMMUNT. Commenting upon tho letter, Mr, Till man said 1 ho 1 resident, of course, has the right to Invite any on.' he chooses to dine with him Hllclilly or olherulM, an I also has the rlfcht to withdraw such Invli itlon. As 1 am not conscious of having dono nns Ihlng personal or olllel il which gives tho Presl It nt tho right to Insult, 1 am sur prlstd at his action Till: MUST IILOW, 'Prlmo Hcnrs, tho President's guest, cornea from a counlrs' where custom nukes 11 obligatory upon any man who rcgir.ls himself a gentleman, 10 promptly resent tins insult ind the mithod Is by chill. ngn lo a di el Thnt wns onco tho custom, but it is now obsolete In tho Unlnd stuns nnd wo htvo been forced as a people hero to cling to tho ol 1 Anglo, hixon rule of torslderlng the lie as tho llrst blow, and nn mun could hold up his bead In decent society shoult he, being near enough to answer the Ho wllh u blow, not tn givu It ii:mi:s ill! is in contempt "As for ms being In contempt of the Senile, which I resume h, the txcuso ror tils Uisiill nt the hands of the Presl. dent thai I dens That 1 have been guilty of n breach of too rulea and Iho privileges of the Senate. I admit Tho Stnato was not sitting as a court, but nn n legislative assembls It nan thn right to expel me if It seea lit, and I am lenity in abide Its judgment and union It his tho right In arrest me. and to hold me ill ruslodj until It inik.s .IIshisIioii nf my case bin ll his no rlUit to gig me, in 1 Hie I resident has nn right to Judge mo guilts of conduct unbecoming n gentleman unless he hi lleves all his and -cedents which lea I him to b, II. ve ho would have done Just u I did under the circumstances As In which of us Is thn gentleman In this matter, lu view )f the unsought Invitation tn dinner it Iho White llous. and lis Indecent wltlulr iwul, I am willing 10 nhl It, bs the Judgment of all brive and self resptttlng nun ' DESPERATE BATTLE FOUGHT. Albanians nnd Turkish Troops Clash nnd Sixty-Four Men Aro Killed nnd Wounded. f C.lllne, Monln Nigra Peh 21 - Slxts four men are ri ported to have le.n killed or woundel during lighting which occurred 011 Iho -f Mnnit Negrnit frnnllei bttvvein -4- Ml. ml ins and Turkish irt.ul.ir Hoops Ihe liouhlo was dun In thn 4- recent mis issluntlon or all Albliu 4 chief Mill ink 1 The litters 4- clansmi 11 dein inded tin surrender nf ihe murdirer falling which, -f 4 llicj ntlackt.l 11 rnrco of Turkish frontier Hoops Tho lighting ton- 4- llnues ON THE WAY TO NEW YORK. President and J?mty nnd I'rlnco Hen ty and Tnrty Lenve Capital, Washington, l"cb 21 President lliinsevelt and pirty left shortly Im. fine midnight tonight for New York, where tiiiuiurovv tho riesldent will witness the. launching of tho sncht Meteor, Imllt for the IJmpeior of Col umns Aiioinpnuslng Iho Piesldent were Mia llnostvilt, Miss Alice Hno-. veil, who Is lo cbl isle II the Sic lit. Set retaty Hoot, Mia llnnt, .Miss Itont, Htcittiii) llltilunck, I'ominan.ler and Mid Cow lea, Hi iuiIiii l,o Iro uml Sen 1 tcr Hoonci, Hi pu scntatlve I.ltlaucr, beiiewns I'lekttill Assistant Sent tin l.o. I. Ml Colin stud. la uud n stetiogiapber Tho Prtsldenla train pulled out of the stntiou a few min ium heroic, the one occupied ley Prlnco Ilemy uml his escort WOMEN'S WORK. Two Utah Women Talk on Tills Topic ln Washington. Washington, roll 21 Tho txtenslon nf women'M work nn I tho decrease In I l ho national l.lith r.itc weiu discussed dining thn station of thu wnninna I (..until tndiy In 11 talk on tho latter I subject MlB hlisail Young flutlll of lllnh declnrtd thnt wrirui n physltnlly hud degoneriited nnd In Hit strugklo for Inn lit ttuiil Mounts which sht hut liten imikiiig .lining the Inst half cen tury had ftiigotlen thu gio-u mission nf htr being ' Children R .VMIvltles wua the thiina nf nn millions by Mrs idn binoot Dusenberi) nf tin .Natlonul Wuimna Ittllcf boclety of Utah. RUN ON DETROIT BANK." Frightened Depositors Draw Th!. Money from Dime Savings Irt. etltutlon Declared Solvent, Detroit, Jllch , l'eli. 24 A run , iputuq onuavc uosjajjip oqi no pj, of the Dime Snlngn bank about no today, nnd soon after 2 o'clock It sprt In the bank Itself, nt the corner a Orlivvnld nnd l'ort atrets Depositor, were paid ns fast ui the nccounts couli bo checked up nnd tho currency couM bo counted out. At a o clock, the regular hour f,, elosinir the hink It Iran crowded nt anxious deposltora nnd the line of peoji. who wnnted tn close tlK-lr accounts ex tended through the doe.r nnd some die. tnnee down I'oit htreet. lnslend of t losing; tho Innk, the eli rectors decided tn hod upon until I o clock The receiving1 teller nn.l ku usslstnnt dropiwel their tinunl work an nsslsted In pnjInK tho depositors p. til fi o clock art-tiunls wero dosed . rapldls ns possible At Hint hour tho line of people wait Ing for admission to the tnnk extenilM down Tort sttect foi nlinnst n block President Livingston n.lilroised ih.m from the steps of tho bank nnd salt thnt, ) Idle tho bank weitilil now clou. It would open nt ) o'clock tomorroi inornliiB and every eleposltor would k. pibl In full a M It la Impossible to lenrn what wast,, direct cause nf the run It Is sill th. a Polish depositor nt the Jefferson avenue lunnrh iw n sign on the tho, hatuidny iinnnunclnB thnt the bank vvna closed becnuso of its being; Wavh Ington 8 birthday nnd n legnl holHai lie Is said to hao aprond the renort that the hink hm! closet!, nnd thereb? frightened the deposltora nt the branA The nevvB of the run there gradual!! spread down town und Btnrted there! on tho Innk Itself m ni Help vvna Immediately offered by n, other local banks It wns decllnM however, the dime bank haUne nleni. of funds. ' CORPSE COMES TO LIFE. Supposed Dead Mnn JUsvives and IiV Found Entlngr Hearty Meal. II New York, l'eb 21 Pound froxen la i snowdrift nnd nppirenlly dead, afie l'rlday's storm, IMHIim Kerry, a farmr near Anthons, N' J , lay for ten hourin the cooling boar1 of on undertaker! shop, surrounded by ceinins nn.l tho pan Ihernalli nf death. Hut for the nbwn. bur I'd undertaker, ho might havo bn I erry was found Is Ing In tho snow Tl body was cold, and the suppostd corr was taken to an undertaking; estaWli to. nt Half it iloien nelghlwra either o vvnlrh over the Imdy Tho absence Hie undertaker prevented further actio When In, arrived tho parly gathered . another room Upon their return tn tho cooling roc they were horrified to lln.l the siiprje corino missing llndy slllltchers, st their llrst tboitght An nlarm was tn out and a messenger hurried to Perm home When ho nrilved I erry was oV losing of a hearts meal Ho said he Mi denly became eunsclnus, and obserrtit his siirroundlngB lied through a tide dew nnd hurried home. LANSDOWNE'S COMPLAINT. Heply of Germany Suggests thit Pauncefote's neport bo Publlahcd. Herlln l'eb 21 Tbn reply of Oermai to tho compl ilnt of Ixird Lansdowne, t! llrltlsh Secretnry nf stale for PoreV Affairs, concerning tho publlcitlon t Ocrmmy of tho dispatch from Dr voi Holleben, Oermnn Umhissadnr to tin United States, wllh regard tn the meeUa 1f IJmhassadnrs ut, Washlngtoa. bi Aprlll lvi. and which asserts that Cr von llollelien misunderstood tho actloat I ord I aunrtfoie, llrltlsh i:nihtssarlor t tho Pnlled Stilia at thit meeting, mfttj lira correctness of l)r. von Holleben a dk palch The re ly of thn Herman C.overnmn siiKgesis tint tho Ilrltldt Oovcrnmra inibllsh Iird Pauntefotoa report of Uj samo conference RELEASED BY BRIGANDS. Miss Stono nnd nnm, Tsllka Left ' tho Village of Kharddousun. London, 1'e.li. 25 In a despatch dl ed Salonika, tho enrrevspondent of tti Dilly Ornphlo aaa tho brigands tt corled Miss Stone and .Mine Tsllka r tho outskirts of a lllage called Khar! ilousun, near Htrumltzn, and then W them they were fiee. M n-irBlulo, ilrngnmnn of tho Amt Iran legitlnn nt Constnntlnnple, In wired the former cipllvea to rcfral from any statement regirdlng ther rnpturo or detention until thty hn seen tho United Htntea Jllnlster to Tin key. BRYAN INDIGNANT. Has Not Mndo Any Statement Et gnrdlng Support of lllll. Columbus, O, lib 21 W. J Hrf was Ihu guest of honor nt a lunelw given bs Col Junes Klllmurno at noonl his reel lence. 1'roinliienl Iemncrat leiulira wero present and n confttw Mr llrsnn left Inter for Delaware, 0 when, bo will deliver ii lecture before IS slu.lenls of tho Ohio Wesleynn iinlvertlo Wbt n asked concerning the truihnfl lepnrt lllll he would call nn IllVli Hill and iledgn him his suppirt for II I rrshleiiiiii n mli Hon lu I'll Mr nn' ml sill, with e mi basic 'I have nr. undo nns audi ami ment na thu ; what I inns Invo in biiv rcgarillns ! Presl. hnilnl nniulnnllon two veirs hn. 1 will tns lu ms own wny and nt a lav which 1 m is deem proper" CASHIER ANDREWS ARRAIGNEO. Is Held Under Two Charges ln $21' 000 Ball. Delrnll, Pel. 21 -Henry R Andre" insider of iho wreiked city SavlnP Innk, who him been seriously III ""' Ilia silspinslnu of tho bunk two w1' mo was nbl Ie il iy In appear In Poll" court foi iitnlMimcnt upon two eon Plilnla vvlilt h have I ecu sworn again; I Im us a naull of Hu transactions Vtf rniiHid Iho I. inks 4.iuslon He V; leleised nil lei Iho luM teiniplillnl on" p. rnonal locngul inco lu the sum of IPJ tin tin sttoiid toinplnlnl which rlisrP him Jointly wllh lie I'resldenl Andre' wllh Miidlng a false maiiinent of I' ll inks eonlltlou lo Slale Hank Corns rlonir Malu, bill was llxul at W wllh iwo f. ut lllt.-i it was ImmeiiUi" fiirul-tliid Mr Andrews Is sllll in a dx keriuiB phsslcnl rondlllin , Mr n.lrewas i xainliiailon wns set J Piliruus MU rids It mils a trmr"'' nrriilguminl, Tor ueliher tlie prosecuu' nor il. renstt will lo ready to proceed ' Hi it il He TREATY NOT NULLIFIED. Suuicme Court Hendera Opinion ! Terllndon Cnso. W'nalilngtnn, J eb 21 Chief J,"' Pulltr if thu Pnllel States Sujrt' itiurt tnluy ilellvertd the courts opln" In tho taso of Terllnden vs Ames V linden Is it tltlxtn nf Prussia, and rJ eiuenilv uf ileimany. and was ori; li.ri.leil lu cjiu nn ami applicant" iiinltr our tnalv wllh Prussl t of IJ' ixtiadltloii lur an nrtense tominllle;, Prussl i Hit. pmnrdlmr was rtsls" Iho ground lint Iho absorption of 1'rji" iiulinird ll.e inatv An appllc-ilion if writ of hili is iiirpim was tlnl,il 11 1 iwer toiirlt Ihls uctlnu was" afflri" bs tod iv a decision w Chief liistltn 1 uller said flennan J conilnucd lo rccirnlio Iho lralJJ Ihil iho fact that Prussia had becofj, paft of Iho airman emrlrn. dll net' stroy tho Ideiully of l'ruaala.