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WEEKLY TRADE REYffiW.
fh# Volume Sttil L*rf» lul
the Business ©utl(XK
Not Improve!
The Difficulty
Obtaining
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Flittering Reports From th« Unittd
Slal^L JLC^aau FgC*aM*fidttA
n*w%
Ngw Vow, Nov. N.—K. G. IHui Oo.'»
Nr«aMy Hwilwr «f f*ad» aaya: 1l» PMR
hrvktii week hw not iM^rovtd the btMdneae
mtlook Tbe dUHculty of obtaining ••wm
uterclal loan* lucre***. not here only, but
at -mmml utlm point* Bank* »od other
1M»K. fWn I tee Un»rt to wmllol. ip
HMf to have been induced by tbe nrwi
"imU to. KircngtlriM) ihruitflie*. M»r
riiaiit* have IMMiti »or» caaNk«* about e*
tending obligation* or n*kia« purch»»e»
w hlch nan be deferred. apprehending
thut retail bnrlni maj lie cut
tiiiwti aiietewbat by the rudtired
a blllty of mnm» caawumar* ud by
.the dhtpnaittoti of cfthee* Io ecoaiomiae in
tew of tb* eitemalvnl) reported advance
to prtfM Meanwhile speculation Iwaen
reviving to
uiiiiHlth extent In noma
direction* on tin* theory that trouble# are
o»ar «t*d thing* will Improve Ttw awoaaey
MrkM» are thw* toad**! wllb Incrwaaed de
.mead* for carry tair securities and piodoct*
MJ5. UIM when trad* eapecially need- anore
iwpiHiM At fetMt of the interior
jinarkeu money grows aum utrlngent akt)
M«»* scarcity begins U ff«r( trade at Ian•
{porta ui iwwr*, though the voImm* of banl
l**tUI »«5 largw.
Uo»tm
R*por(«
cvtreme fliwatiw
MM!
|iIgh rat#- i per cent e»am httwwa bank*.
•Ifradetw ara affe«ted and mo*t branchee ara
4*uiet Cleveland note* an active demand
for iwyaay wad a lt|bl atarkat.^houih eel
lectiona ant remarkably aatiaf actor*. Al
Itnlrult lli* demand I* at rung at par •wat.:
'4UWM weatbei beiplag trade here and ai
tillwaukee. thertt money i» *ffjr active,
luanufui'tnrera aaktng )ar«c1v at 7 per n«at.
!4i Haul ii K «'a*irr and (b*
M(«, Iwt toaak fall«r«-» at
flucrsd.t a abort i-r«»p tad M»il»iwrra«»
^aa of m«»*«-baatJ *t"ud the jtr'ap^N
|ui at atnwf N aaay. nanufae
ftiro* aa*r and retail trtd# laiptorad,
#MaKb )«bblnK trail* aiarkaaw.
Tb# *ltuaiioo
at thm RIMI
«MI«
?«lBManib.
Sow
4

IMM claar Tba wmk baa bww «HM» of pa
^ullar tfu!!aaa la tba Iruu tradf and tba
U a#»«k*r, Tbrra IH apprab«ra«^iai of
(jfrwl aaif* )tf MMitbarn fiiimtK'*. and oar
l^rxn iiaiMiK'tUxi at gray f«M*a l»
Miportad at Hlrmiacfeaiu. Bali purrbaaara
off and tbare U a vhdbtr in
|^drri fot iui«l*«il product*.
»n« tba *!**•»tatmarkata ka»« b«a»
1 aaciai baai ba« rlaan t^e. mm «M
gnd Iwd tic par pnundM, atwl
#taa a quarter, pork bring urn-banned
gud »it l*c k««r. I'titUMi baa al« /taldad
In *|ear uf e»t»p pra«|H»ct«.
be rim la br*«d»t«a» baa m* in
fo*#l«n dao\aaMi to jnntlfy It, but
4|M*iaUr* t«» lt»va «-«mcludad that tba
^•mrtary dlMrultb** are alt o*er aad that
f|i«y -aa carry all tba irtln «»tH lanp J*
Tin b»» adv»nca4 to ».«» oaaU. but rn^
•fjrr a ad laad ai* a afcadtt waakar.
4
i'ha roal market ba- fi#«n dull and dia
aM»tM-.ii) 1
in« artm»1 -siii!?.' 'Hrirtjt witaty Al
i^p(atul«rt price* and
mtnek*,
acruiaulatin*
Tb« traa^ary ba» aot bean abU- t« *1* a
mr »aaUiauc to tbc aaooajr M»arkrt dui
||»II ib* paat Weak, but
Um»
put «ut tl.MM,*
ibu wore all«ar otHaa. aaarly balaacintt urt
jf llbdraaaU nf ft.»•#,««• of trtbwr mottajr
WttUH Mr-uJatio«
Tb» fii#r baadla« *»*porta
from
Ikb
—mm-
%y larn»i rxt*Md* iMp«»i t*. though at Sr*
,§«rk tb« a 1 port#
far
Non-mtan l»«v«-
lut^K «*«8« largar than la»t yaat tnd
Hte iiupuri- bw it par larfar,
I Tb« tMMinM failure (wearring tbrougb
iba -ouutry daring the h*at dafa
gamlNf 4« aa eowparad wltb I?1 taw*
Jlitr tba vx»rraapiudiu« wa«k of IIM»I fear tba
id|l
mum
2*#-
!lfV VoftK Sov. m—Mb» LilNan
4§«y. of *T UunraK atreat. wae uiarrtad $m~
•bt-dajr afurmoe. in tlt« t'alrery Bapt4ai
urch,
im
Wait Ktfty-a«»euU street, to
«uf Mtiaji ChtatMiMut, wb*» ba« be«m in
Hrr Huaday ciaa« Atthougb tM*«
||im »mi« CMfkkblera wM" gt*aip Ml««
•ftiAatley'* frtoodahip for tbe ^"hInaaiin.
Dlf» frwtad- wtw y»-ry much »«rpri»«(di wh«-i
tttf anHOttufHl abiert ttu»a a«( that In
4ri*ded to t«»r« Mr Hhiun Kverjr prnaau-
WH I*ken t« k*««|i tbe h»arri*ae qalat.
ia* Bounder aot yet
*9 yaara otd. m*
tali aad very »Wgbt, b#r bair la browa
^c1 ttbe wear* *jr«gl*t»e«. Mb* ban beaa
finally interested lis tb# work of fur«i**i
Bbe alao taugbt a C^laaae claw*
tb* Marlaer'a Te«»p»e. ia OH*«.t airaat
pi la* Itoawde* fa aakd t* have eoaaiderabte
i|^uey aad «be va» able u devote u g«xd
£eat of time ttt mbwloaary
baatuau
it'-,
?'ltraat*«a«
ilaebtM* Met* to Jwa»b«aMi.
t'ttlCAO*!. !ko». tt -A loi^al newwpapar
Uk- tbre^biag aiachlae wen at* eo
ta fo iulag a truat.
It
I* knowu that
»«porary rganUattoa ban been formed
tflittb*
repreaantative *nw» hi tbat tH»«iae*.
«,«! tbat very aoon artHtlea ®f iaoorptHratkat
be tied
4f«wlag
I*|(1tal *t4K*
tb# noaibine with a
of
M*
JCooa *1 wblcb tbe geaaml featarea of tbe I
iMimr"* oauldae wera dkfblMHlf/ I
"i »«M»iyei
i
laaat «».eee.wie. A.
uirattng aaa held yeaterdav after-
Iv Mta
t-t'J
1 ftt. LOT la. Itof. —tbe barrel aad atava
oi
Hoao It
ih*
JOHN J. INOALLS.
A (oioplbailM la CawaJmiaw ft Mb Mm
l^yblatar* Tteaw liaJp
lltw.
TIM^KHA.
Sor.
M.—Aa tnteraattaff ew»»-
^Uratiou baft aHaam la raaMiaotlon «ltb tMm
•Ibriiixi of a fiiltad Sui«^ aewator MaC
««MI ftenuUir layaila. a ad If tb* |»la*» of
t|«ii propoaed toy the republican* I* »uo*aaa
f«ihy carried out it would aaaau tbat Um
*u«*eee«t bi«»*eM appltea
tkn ba haen niMle in the -tiprente
DAKOTA CITY
a
ftiM wiui nnM»!tia« lartnnat 1 mpnrta
rU»m inarkmt. thoask are vrry
i(
ait a»4 «ata^ k«v« t-xrradrtl last fall'a.
ka*aa« I'ltf ibr «apply if »»»o«*»f ip
trad* and enli»ctii*tta betni k«illk]F.
|iiatf) (a quH at FHialmrg at to 7 ptr
^ani but IIMHWMI at«wi is rmmi» law
,.^j«»d ilta d*ma»d for iRMwi (to# Mwller.
4
HMtkarn f»porv are taao aurtwrairlB*.
1* in abarp damand at N*a «rt*»a»»a,
mot amant iX aitcai baioK uupMH-*
4r«lr1 «*«ra »%iinni
1
t|tbl a? ftavannah.
#llt •'•MitaMnrlal pi««|»»vf» lax* brlflli* (iwrft
f|nid at Aliaata. tb*w«b bolMay trad*
witb «or»d
twmnth
court
tu
OOCbpal the atate board, of ran*a*wra
to gl rartiftoat«% ekactbia to 1ft date
Hate- mho were eiec'ted under the pro*
vlakM of tba ooaMrtltiittrm wliieb aaijro tbat
aacb (XHWl/ whtrh baa MO votarx ia mm
ttUed to one r»pr«M«ntatire. Tba runati
MIM aft tba name time limit* ktae
•tun her of matubara to IW. ao tbat ta or4er
to taat tb« 1# dat«H|ataa frrwi (he apintl
aattlad count Ian it would be iiaraasary to
dwp an aqual nutQar of Mtaanl»ar«-elart
froan the more pupuiou« wuaties. If tb*
court laauen tha maadatnuo and the 10 dale
gatea are «««lad they will vote for 1
off alia,
aa tbey are ao pMged. which arowld
give hint »8 iroto* oa »lnt i
MI
Hot. tbe num­
ber to elact. If they art- nut .seated a ud He»
ator )N«alla to dafeatr|. tbe plan of tbe re
publican* U to e*nt«H»t (be election uf bin
••oceaafat oppimeut in tbe 1'nlted ^tatan
aeoatM tbe an»uad tbat the AeUmsitea
ware ewtitled to their aratA and that tbalr
vote* would hut«• eject««d hlni. If thoy arv
aeated and an eiual tiumbx'r of metubor*
etact are not droppexl. the boeae wlti num
ber 144 mttmU ro, 1# more than the »a
atitution provfdm for. and coolest will be
iattitwted in tbe aataate bacauae the laffta
letture will be an uneuoatitutioual
NOTES,
Mawar Waaea a*di I'araaaaf •eaaa Ilia tta
kata €eaatr MaU apaW*.
Dakota CITY,
Stu ?**.
special Miami
Jaaaia IteLong a ad Fauiite Wixda, of tba
Wianettag" »genf, are apaalMag a few daya
at Dakota tty
A 1 arv rl**a«aat daaoe beM Tbanka
fi« I'tjr evening at tbe eourt bouxe hall,
t^utta a nuuibar from Hbmx t.'ity wera in at
tetida«MW. atuoug wbun. war* Mr. and Mr*.
Potter, Mia*» Ntlar and Mnwra. OolUcr,
OunnifT. Hoyer and Llwgafalt
A surprtae party w»« leittlered Mm. Sarah
Hiiemau on la«t WaduMday evening. Be
*lden an aa)ny»Me evening. «be wan tbe re
ripleat wtf aevaral vataaMe audi aaeful yrtm
mutm,
P. •attfceweee, froan Wlanebaffo
agewcy, ap~a Tbaaka«tlrtnc With Dakota
"it.v frieada.
Mr* A an
a Fraaee and Mkm Kraaeta fiatb
)ur«. teachera of i»ur primary and in tar me
diate arhoolw. ipaat W'edneiday in ?tou*
City, WMiking over and lalUu^ Ibc acboola
of tbat city,
Harry Hwtaaua. af faaiar, vaa ateklag
4wMMlM wlkb Dakota Pfty fri«i»bi tbka «aak
SOUTH SIOUX CITY.
A Mai ah af lat4r«H»«tac H»mm Fra«a Mte
tm»
1 MMa mt tlm
mm.
H.iren Ikoci Om
Upautal. Ibwibiii MeLaaa
riday e\aaluit
11^
mm la Ua alt.v
Tbe ratte game «i» worked to Its, fulleat
el tent Wadue^day aad Thursday of thU
«gek, Turkey tlttcko aad cbitkau* w?re
tbe pri«e».
J. Moaa fa* aaat working for a aaw kg
dawtry fwr tlrta eltf Mr. Moan awom
panie4 by other- wtooare •uanciaiiy Inter
i-eted In tbe fature of tbl* place, and ua
their return ve wtii fin particaiara of a
deal tbat will baa geaaiae aarprtae to tbe
oM foe tee
ibi 1-riday mot n I tig M. I lloiwau. an em
ploye if the I'aclic tfbort Line, fell from
tbe rear plat(mu of tbe pea*euret train
white the train waa running twent?-gv«
milet pet boat Aaide frt»ni alight brul^
be cuteaped Injury. ThU happened between
Allen aad IH^on. He remained uneon
ach»ua until picked up by tbe weat hound
freight train, no (»a bavin* aaaa blm fail
from tbe pa we tiger car.
Tbe city marahal ia bttiidllag a M» bo—I.
There arc several other reabteanea In wmrta
of ouawu-uciiioa.
Mr. *u»Ui ba« arrived at tbe cuaaclaabai
tbat an opera house would lie u paying l«
veatment. cotiaequaatl) he will enlarge and
remodel hi* bail, put in a g««d ftage. appr«
priate acei*er and have tbe beat opera
faoma in nurtbaaat Nebreaka.
W Heath, mine boni at Hotel Meetb.
inform* a* tbat he will add DIM atory to hia
iMrtel. aad huild an addition on tbe eaat
taraw Mtoriee high. Tbia ia nrcnaaary
in urdi to acoomnxidate tbe cuaiataaClj ia
craaalag patronage
at tbe bonne.
Surveyor^ are atakiug out tbe Martin
buanewtead iato Martto addltkm to Mc
Lean fit*. Tbia i# the ground occupied hy
the Mhort l.ine for malarial yard* and able
tmc.ka.
Tbe HHMMaaradte ball Tbaakeciv iag night
waa well aUanded. There were naime ele
gant iHMtnaaa. \unmg tbe flne«»t wen* tbe
Mlaao* Uraaxmt Krwrjrbud) danced and
«ooy"l 1 to tbe fulleat e*t«at.
A pboutgrapltet .la fakiag s«»n»e «n% view*
of tha damn «m tbe li l«l«» and
Hp rap work on Iba baaka Af tba Mknwarl
river.
Ti»# AMI Mi
mm make
It* appearand
t|atll to-day• Aeaabofjob work wax tbe
fail*'.
tXMupUiut
IK iniUle
I
Caat it boraed
v
tba* *omc of the aeli»
are getting abort of water. Thla i» another
arf»iM»ent i« favor «»f water wnrka Thev
torn bnaiad
to come.
.......
.p,„
1
Will Malee Brnmm Maa*a.
Mavaewit-a, Neb.. Nov. ?».—atp«M'tal: A
maettnjt of fnrtnen* tmeu held here iur
tbe perp*»»r of getting n«H*nea»ry informa
tion In regard to rai-dag *ugar heet» for tbe
•oath Mloui t?|tf augar factory. |rovid*d
nK?aiaary l«d»icement* are offered. «ec
•rat aem will be planted In tbia vicinity.
mm
a te»t haa Wn made aad It hi known
tbat the »o|| will produce them in .*h ind
ance and of *hov the a»erage autouut of
aaccharlam matter tbe Mhort Line furniab
ing ft direct MNuie (Mi tbe fMtaty. Tfce p»®e
pect i» now tbat a large acreage will he
uf *ML»a»«(n, ..
Mawr Indaeiry 9m Smturnm.'
Jgcxaoa. Neb., Nov. 3*.
partv of t'a!ftf aitort Hoc oMners and
"lt capitaiM.- were iw our town
Thuradlay evaniug pmepeetiag for a fcwattos
fur extenalVII b«iek yanta Tbey f^rwad a
goad quality of anii and apoke vary enoonr
1 aglbSlf *w*«rpr1«e Tbe gimtijitimin
ia#p«cl*l train.
WtwrmtM: !to*. tV. A dHpacb fman
Ktoaa^bufg, Pa.. «ay« Johaatoa, ihiek A Oo.f
hava filmaad their Aaaaa Tha
and lb»WHt»ee »eg nm at feaawib
PARHELL'S PREMCmSI,
Th« frfsh ieacle?
!ssu«s!
Manifesto Declining
Retire,
His
H« Atks for Judgmtni Which D»»
volvfls Wholly Upon Hi&
j||iii«sitt to D«oid*.
e
I'arnell then tell* bow at Hawardea, laat
Novemliei. he reoelvwl fnnn (iladaCone, tbe
delaltn of that gentieman and hl« col
leaguen propoaal with regard to hoiue rule,
ia tbe event of tbe next general election
favoring the liberal party. I'pon tb* aub
)wrt of the retentbm of* the IrUh mem tier*
in tbe imperial parliament, (iiadxtone told
him that In order to conciliate Kngllab pub
Ik* opinion It would be neceaaary to red ace
the Irtab representation from 193 to If.
Upon the aettlament of tbe land qttaatfoa.
OlndntotH' Intiiuativi that while he would
reaew hia attempt to nettle the matter by
imperial legiolatbrn on tbe lin^iof the land
parrhaM' hlli of l^ft. In- wintkl not under
take to put aur peeaaure upon hi* own *14*
la other worda. that the lri*h legislature
w&« not to ia- given tin- of wnlving
tbe agrarian dlMcmt lea. With regard to tbe
stst' am
naceaalti of ymrilf»Ung K»igli«h pnbll'
opinion It w..uio be io*ce*-iary k,
leave tbia fore# to the appointment of
lu oMcera under th«« control of imperial
authority for an tade«n!u- period, while
faad* for It* mainteaaaee would he com
palaorily provided (mt of tbe I rt-»li revenue.
A period of ten or twelve years waa
augge«ted aa the Uauit of tliaa duriag which
the a point
went of jn4g« and resident
magi-trat#x should N' ret a ined In tbe banda
of the imperial authorttio*. I'aaalns to hl-«
own enpreaaiona on the*e point*,which, l'ar
•all aay», repmaent hia view* now and then.
IM? aaya that with regard to the
letenthm of
the Iriah member* he hold- that with the
oonceaai«w of full |a«wera Ui an IrUh tegla
lature. equivalent to tho#e enjoy«d by a
wtate of the American unkm. the uumber
and pnwlthxR of tbe member* ao retained
wopSd la-come a qnaatkwi i.f Imperial con
cern and not of prnaalwg or Immediate im
partanro for interwat* of Irelatul. I»ut that
Willi the Important and all-engrowatag »«h
jecu of agrarian reform, constabulary *on
tml and iudicUry Appolttiiwent*. left cit lu 1
utuler imperial control or totally uupm
vlded for. it would i»e the height of mad
neaa for any Iriah ieatler to imitate iirnt
lan'h etample and conaeut to di*bnnd nn
army **d rtntrwl rtw~-^rmr~nr --rb-»
tory.
•I further uadertook." aaya Mr. Panaeil.
••Ui uae every legitimate iaH*»en.«e to recon
«|le iriah public opinion to tbe gradual
mating Into force of new privilege* and to
the postponement* necetwary for English
opinion with regard to -on«tabulary coetml
and judiciary appointment*, but I atrotmly
diaaented from th- pro|wwe«i reducthm of
tbe number of membera during the inter
val of probatkm. and ialnted to tb*- ab
aeace of any suitable proapect a land
settlement by either parliament aa a c..«
atltutional and overwhalmlat drag U|am
the prrMpncta of penaaaent peace and pros
perity in Irelaud."
At the roan* I ua
Ion of the intervtew. I'ar
nell waa informed that pending ilie general
election Clladatone and* ^»U oolleagtn* were
ngreed that *1 ahould be i»te*H»rvcd
with mgard to thene point* of difference.
The aharace of uny jjtovialon for tbe *at
tlatuHit of the agrarian *{u»aitkii or of any
policy on the part of tbe libera' leader*.
Parnell aay*. IIlied him with concern nd
apprehenakm tn tbe introduction of tbe
land pui cba»e bill by the gin w«meni at
the eomniencement \of the laat aewabm,
Murtey conferred wKh hia, aad hav
ing regard to the avowed abaeace of
any policy on the part of tbe lib
era*. Parnell atnaafty adlvUed Morlay
against any direct rhallenge nf the princi
ple of a wtate aided laud purchaae and tbat
*»we should direct our effort* mi th* **^"*1
read fee to tbe awaertloii of the prip. ipln of
loral conteol." In tbl* Morley agreed with
Mm. but waa at the aarne time Hampered by
the wtn-m* aectbw* of hi* party, led by La
boachnrv. and in *utiwejuei»t inu-rvinw i»
preaaed upon Parnell tbe neceaaity of meet
fag the aeotmd wading of tbe bill with*
diraet aegalive and aaked hint to undertake
the Biottoa. 1 agreed.' aay-* Parnoll. on
ooadMbm that I wi* not to attack the prin
ciple of the meaaete. tout u. conine inyaalf
to criticiaan of lb* detail*."
I think." aay^ faraeli. -thK wa» falai*
•trtuegy ~wa» atrategy adopted Wftt
imt
wi
—'ii'w. 1 .1 in.
Pnat Opinions on ibt Suty«ot—*r. tfce to the future of the (Hah party an4
aabiui uic If I would tie willing to imimf
ifcaoiw of chief nerretarf fo* Ireland r»r
«bother I efald allow another member of-
to Reply—
Mrs.
O'Sht*.
maalfoeto
LOMMMI. Nev. M. —PaMaaH'a
to the TrM pewple which waa
Bight ia very lengthy. He begin* by aaylag:
"The integrity and independent:® of a «ae
tion of the lrl*h parliamentary party ba v
ing been apparently sapped and destroyed
by tbe wire pullers of the liltemi party. It
ha* become neceaaary for me, m- lender of
the lrfe»h party. to take conn^'l with you,
anil. havlitK given yon tbe knowledge which
la in my pon»e»»ion. aak your judgment
upon a matter whli^i now aolel devolve*
upon yo«i to diM-idr The letter from Glad
stone to M»»rley, written for the purpoae of
Influencing tbe deciMbm of the lM«h party
in tbe choice of a leader, and claiming for
the liberal* and their leadera the right to
votf upon tbat choice. U the Immediate
eauae of thla addretet, the purpoa*- of which
remind you and four parliamentary
Mprwsetitatlv** that Ireland •nn^lderw tbe
iadependenc*! of her part
re­
gard to Kngliah prejudicea aad radical pe
caltaritie* I did the iw*t po#»lbb* nr*dwr
the -tr wu-t»n'*e* aod the. arvefmt
iftahntr on ih *p«,»ood ri-ading »*ont»Wt«
favorably a lib labouch«r«'a reccnt abor
tive *ticajpt 10 interjwee a du*ci M«atl*e
to the im tpeadltm a# a ^•tHdw IW jr# *4
MtSley and Im|»r»'*-»»-i upon bin* the poih
of in oblique method of prooaiUire wlU*
ffwtfp to tbe land, purr ha *e me»*ur§,
tbe neceaaity sad importance af pri
viArg for the «)u«»tkm of local control
ana limltatbm to tbe application of funda.
"•e agreed with me.** aejrs Parnell,
I rdHrred to r»nn« nt the Hr*t reading of tHa
''III fin amendment in favor of thi* i«»ct||
•-OHlmi. adviaing fbet jf tbM wi« eejectel
'elgiit be left to the radleam on tbe m*im&
reading to oppowe the pi nciple of the mea-v
ur». 1 left Mi»rl»y under tbe in»pre*«.io«
that thi* would fail t«. t*» tiuty. hut In atft*
11 tieti he made a remarkaMe propo*at. He«»
h, ferfing tn tin probeb|e approaching victoef
of tbe liberate, be *t»gtrw*te«l .*oa*e v»n»ldera
wtmld
I%M
SHI
her only aaf*/-
gnurd witbln tbe couatitutlon and above
aaO iiayoail nil other consideration^ what
ever, Tbe'threat In that letter, repealed
ao inaolently on many platform-, und In
nnmfrou» Hrltlnh uewapaper-.. compela me
to pat before you information wblcb, antil
now, ha» lieen aolely in my poaneaaloB, and
wblcb will enable you to wnderatand Ihe
meaxurv of tbe be«* with which yon are
threatened, unto** you cnaaent to throw me
ta Uie Kngllab wolves who arwaow bnwllnir
tor my deatructkm,"
i»- rt-a ii*ed I Ix-lie vi- the irt-li fieopji
ihmtirUuui liw woriti would agree with uwi
thai poat| o lement w«nld lie preferable to a
«^inpnmlae of our national rights l»jr the
a-cttptawo« of ineaaure# wblcn aaw»ia| tep**:
reellae the aauiratioif of our ra«sa."
i*r»M t*pini»aa.
I«ONiaix, Nor. fft.—The Rat not a
aingle point of tbe *ordid *-ott«plr»cy haa
hoea omlntMi from the •.tory of tbe botue
rule compact for the lrt time brougbt to
light. The taiinh lia» been exphaled In
a afar nail I'arnell tnraa evldance againat
hia fellow conaplrator* to wave hi* own po
litical life. The manlfew.o baa jwndered
the proape* m»r..e uie worw than at
inf time aln lattl.
The .VAN «aya t« PameH'a egcHad feel
Inga e*ery in.in'^ hand ee»e against him
and he hMm til* hand agalaat every man.
Tbia i» tbe laat fatal di*»ervlce which ob
lllieratHnt many. If aot alt. hia Ineompara
hlua
Tbe .INK apiteala to the irteii clergy aad
peifpiv n«H to allow Parnell to drag tkian
Hw lioaH rule cauae In hi* own fall by be
lief in tbe aerioua mlaapprebeaaluaaul their
KnglUls frienda-
Tbe rifwiiok aaya FaraelTa aort pomr*
jlull blow
a
i
befot* the «-o«.«wi#b?emebt #f tkl«
1 ParaeU IMMI another leiartHw
1
Jert v to take tbe p»aMk»n He alao put
tw!
ore uie thf deairahiiuy uf flliinit oa»e of
the law nScw* of the crown In Irelani by a
U*g»l member of my party told iiln..
am««ed aa I wai at tbe pmpuaal. tbat I
••'••abi not agree to forfeit In any way the
independence of the pnrijr or ii* members
tb« =lris4» party bad truatatf nw itecauae tbey
iaH^evnd tht* declaration I made at turk iu
repwwented
my
cwtivictiou. aad that I
no ai*eo«nt depart from It. I
rtuftideredf Vnrley'« pmpteml tbat w® ahould
»»llaa iiuiaaliM to »»e alaa»ri«el into KntlMi
pollii waa mi« baaed upm entire tni-w-oti
cofti-MI uf mir poaitioa. la CMicluAioo,
Moft« y directed my attention to tbe plan of
'-an.paign for tbe teuitata. lie aald It
wobiil bi itnp*»wilble tor the libernl
p«rty when it had attained power to do
anything tor thewe «V|
UMI
tenante by dl-
re«n Uun. and It wrmld u1m he laipiami
hle fot tbe Irtah pnrliamtxit. ua«i»t tbe
p«»a*r cunftirrod. to do anything for tbem.
ami Hinging up bia bnadb* in a geatnre of
i-«pair. be «xctalm«d- Haviag bean In
TipjKrary. I 4o not know what fo propoae
I t«4d him tbk queatkm wauki Im a limited
one fund* would available frmis
A
mer­
le »i and ••laewbare for tbe attpport of thoMU
teaant«4 a« long mw*»ary and thK dSSl
culi -houid not b« allowed to interfere
with the general Interest* «»f tbe ^mntry
l*arnwU M]ra be allmlea to tbi* matter
only !*«i aufce within tb- laat few da** the
Hteuwg argument for bin uxpuldhxt baa been
thai tiuieaa the liberal* c«mu- Into power at
the next eject ion tbe plan of ctu&|*eU$u for
tiit IftMktu will naffer. He ha* abatwn
thf tbe llbarala propnaed to do
tubbing for tbem dleect aetion.
anil tie la entitled t«» aak tbat tb**
-\ln«cin«e af tlMmc tenaata. wbnai be lui»
"niif»orted In every way In the pa«t and will
c»nthi«e it »ii|port. tthaii not constitute
tiiw H'.iaai fur hit eipulahm from lrl»h |a»ll
ti^a I'ariu'll •*ay- that during the ten year*
of ale independence of the IrUb parlla
meaiary party it haa, iMM^iuae of |ta inde
pendence. forced uptNi tbe Kngllab |ie«»ple
the imcvwalt v of granting Home rule to Ire
I«H* lie Mie»» tbe partjr will obtain
i»oic«rrmte piov bird It- eewwttaa badnpoadent
of mmf -Kadfliafc part|r.
(HNnaclu^ton he -I tin not believe
in.H.ii4Mtt»H of tbe IrKh (»eoplt iu supporting
t(!» flit eadangel- tbe hoaae rule cauae or
it
relation "f the atjjtvi jitu a1
|ai« of the UladaUxtlan part ovpi the land
uewtiop. and Morley'a coafesalon of tbelr
l»«aliiliiy to ttaeiat tbe aulfen'i* from tbe
pi a
11
of campaign The manifesto clearly
tahow^ i'arnell I* not a peram with wboiu
any Ntutesman can venture to hold ooutt
dentia) r«'latlwaa. Iriah iaffratltude In pol
ltie« i- proverbial, but nrvet before was It
a vow .id with aueh eald. ealenlatlag cyol-
aiani
vThe ,%iaiwf
eay* the manifeato In highly
damaging the cre«llt of tiladaUme a* a
aaraightforward atateamaa. No Kngllab
politician will ever trust Paraell agala. but
he taw* cboaen. the right line to win baak the
flnancia) regard of Irishmen.
Tbe flan my the matilfc-to thivcr* for
ever tIK- anpiaa.ition tbat I'arnrii can ever
Main lie treated a* a trwatworthy friend or
honorable f«a-. It I- pr»»bahly the iw»t
atam« i«aar dttcumeat tbe JKuglNh public ba»
greti *lncc the daya of the revolution. The
Tim** tblnk*.. however, it will probably
effect it* purpowe, and refer* to the aeverlty
ot tha bbw inflicted on (HaaOatonc a ker
•aacticalde hemea.
Otadrton' aad Wartey Math Itaay*
l^tMnoa \o S*. Me*~r* tilad*tone aad
Morii-y both dlaputc Parnell'- er*l»n of the
aegotiation* which Uiok plara betweeu them
la regard btaae rulr and other mattera
gancwrnlag Ireland, aad tbey will al an
•arty date repudiate hh» atateincnt*.
Mww*. Keiton and I lea key an- taking 'the
•ptofcun of each IrtHh member of parllahieat
a* to
uw
ad v inability at organ icing Move*
a«eut for the ^lliaw-eaf the anil-Peraellttew
with tiiadssbMie.
In an interview to-da llvi.ri Lala»u«*li«re.
nrnibrt of pariiametit' and editor of
fraf*. aald It would be charitable to anp
poae I'Hraeti mad. It hi liupoaaible to aap
pon* a unr man with any *en«M- of houor
patriot tea* would ianae a tuiuilfoato dht
hosMM'i«4i to hlmeelf mad la)tirtM» t* hhi
tMHwtry'» ea-mm
'titadatwwe to taawa a Vwaatev Maatlaa'tw.
l.tiMKO. Nov ft.—It I* re|»ortei that
t«'.oiatone will -«ti« a countei m»»nife»to.
All tbe papnm (^mauat at ieofftlt an Vhv
matter,
I He. aaai Me*. O'Ornaa.
o S S .- -I i e e a
I Mr*. O'Shwa la plwngad in the dee pert grief
I by the «ffact of the dlvoree »«h upon the
I fortune* of Mr. I a -nail. a»ti that fear* are
I felt for taer health, (.ap* 0*Shaa i* tha
1km of tb« (. ownerv»«i*e eiatWy ^.pp
1 h'ft tlMerr eaaaplaoepely,
I
DM£L£ 10 COHmiSEX
Little Wound Gives Nolios
That His Bend
Is Be
yond His Control.
Got. Mffllsttff issusi A ProoiAntfttion
to isttlifs Eaal «f the
Missouri.
Ha
Amupm
TItffBi Th#p»
No
C«u»« for Un«asiness--iiUI-
iiamsn Under Orders
ti littto
WoWfff l» In and ra^irta hU inability to
control hi* bana In the intareata of peace.
Tbe cavalry aonai e*pwcta an order to
mareh on the Koaebud camp on tbe I'onni
pine, although C»e« Hnake U reported fta
being iu favor of waiting until the Mlxth
cavalry rtach«M Port Meade and troupe «ea
be tilaci-d at Korea! 'lty, aboew Pteeee.
Ilttl«( Hwll Mar* iaftNa VIMHI g*»r.
M**in*. Nov. 2S.—Worii rsmo— from MM
tlag Hull camp and from different MMiroaa
that be IH dancing bia men more v igurou*lf
than ev«r. and be I* compelling children to
Join In the dance. He i~ repirtKl to be
nwn* inaitlle und oeiurmlneti to light than
ever. »*«t« rday nfteruoon t«il mmpiuili* of
cavalry arrived fr.»m Fort o«t«-i »ud ptu
ceetl^d to Fort V (tin.
Co*. Metlatta laaaee l*taalaae«ICa».
PiKHHk. Nov. «U—Xrfite yaetaeday after
nooii the govemw hwaed the iollowlag
proclamation:
In vlww of the wnl«-«preal niarm for
fear of an Indian outbreak I a*aure all w»t
tlora eaat of the Miaaoorl river tbat they
r*t bi no poaalbit- dangwr. end I urge them
to remain quietly in tbelr town* attending
to tbelr ordinary laliora. Thia detiaratkm
la 11
tie ufinr a thoriMtgh In v«aVlgatkni of
the situation and on advlnea front all mili
tary iav-i» and ludlan agencie*. Kvary
alarming rumor with any fonndalloa ha*
been trac«»d to Ita source and found to IM
ajiaoliiwly gmundlaaa. No act t»r word of
boatllitiea iia* been apoken or rsunmitted by
any Indian anywhere, and the Indian- are
reported to be on their proper rearrratkma.
perfectly qnlet. The ghoat (lauce k l«li
aidlnn and turbulent Indiana are
being aet apart by theniM-lvew. und are
nnder complete cirnlMd of the I'nlted Htaten
triaipa, large force* tif a hlcii tire alnt ion«ii
at *trutegwt!'• pointa. completely ootneaaaUI
iui the *itnation. This aaauianci- i» not
given settler* wlthoat full informalkm of
the faniM. and tbey can lie aanured that
every precaution ba* l««en taken and will
continue to be eserclaed for their safety ia
*aac of trvulil*. wblcia ia ao longer antlel«
pated. Arm* and ammunition have heap
placed in faithful band* liitfuglfmi tb«
frontier aattieuo-nt. and thorough organim
thm I* parfe't«*d fot sending rae-*«ugae
give wot»««
tii*?« U i iiy a lien x-uN-f
LUIJ.UIUUN LA.U^ UITTISILAINCD T.BIOUTFIH*UI THE
winter and can re*t aaaorrd that they will
be protected. If nu outbreak od'ura at all
it will tie in the bad land* midway between
tbe Mianourl river and the Black 11 ilia,
when* the Indiana wlil uttempt to lulmiat
u|«ii vUiien cattle and i-rade the tnatpak
and of which I *hall have immediate !n
fnrnmlion and w|Jl ^Miiuiunlcate to all ei
|xM'd «et tier* by spci-lal courier* dUpiitcbod
from alt telegraph atatlon^ot by wire The
state military of 5W well equipped nit a will
I*' held (e readlneaa to move daring tba
winter and can lie put at any given railway
point e»at of the river In Sve hour*' notice.
Mewaengora have now been 11*patched to
the had landa, who will go Into camp there
add will In* aent to any ivlnt u|an laformu
thin demanding It. Them- precuutlona hava
bei'ii taken and will be continued to aliay
all apprehenaion of aettler*. I lellev«
without doutit that the military ha* full
control «f th Indian* mid they eaa never
get .iff the uracrYa.lkMu.--ia. out LUa a.1
tempt it. which they will not. The break
ing up of the glumt danca by tlie military ia
all the ''nuaethatealated for alarm aod tbat
i» hetug done quietly, and tbe ludlana who
would like to make trouble lire completely
a IIhlu tbe graap of tbe aoldier* It la my
•ria belief that the border aettlerw are in
law actual danger to-day from the Indiana
than at any time ulnce tbelr arrival, ua
mean* for their «af«ty are now ppnmotcd
anil the Imlian« a re alway* the same, fet
tlera ahould pay no attention to Idle rumor*
and wild aapuper mport* manufactured
to order, but preaerve thelt reaaoa and try
to reetore to reeaoat thone who are trying
to lo*e It."
HI «I
a king tip (IM Ita aw a.
tMUMasai.AiM. S. D., Nov. St.—M«|. M»
MHI.
Indinu agent at Lower Hrnlw. bearing
that a "ghoat dance w»» In o|erat Ion at
the mouth of White river, several mi lea tie
low tbe agency, aent a force i.f Indian po
lice in the a-env for tbe purjoae of break
ing up the dance and arreating tbe leader*.
The police were anoa on tin- ground and.
making a charge, succeeded In capturing
flve men, one of whom. Chlckea Head, who
Hke the other* wa* armed, attempted to re
alat, litit the police were aot to be deterred,
aad npt^ Fire Thunder, chief
who l« a large, burly Indian, ru
him. and graaplug blm around
carried him liodily to tbe
1* rumored that another tlaace
operation neveral ml lea up
of police,
In on
the watat
Jail. It
la la
thm
river. which 1* lielng investigated
und if found true will a Ian be liroken up
and tbe rlwgleadeea arreated. There i* talk
among the ladlana of golag Mi the point be
low White river, where the Itoachwd and
Pine Khtge Indiana have been isuwgregat
ing, hut tbey are being ck*«*ly watched,
aad If they attempt it they wilt h#v( to
walk over mc of the Sne»t. moat deter'
mined, faithful and vigllau'. pdlc« tivrcee
on the re#*»rvalhMi. They are doing their
work faithfully and promptly. and will not
i m* deterred from currying Into effect any
order. It 1* not wnti ipnted tbat tbewe In
dian* will commit any de»-da »»f violence
nere. but if they ahould get away and ita
Ihe other* tbey would uudoubtadly act
with the ma'iHty. Tbe ageat aad pediee
ao far have tbem under control, however
Mwri MwM a 1f*rrw»
PUHMIlt,
h, Ii Nov.
TMMT*
Vrelcrdaf aevati
taaitile* came into Vort Plarre fmaa
Nxwlin tviunt.v. including l'« atmaeter Cook',
of Nowlln Olty. «*«k »a HI or', BuU hea
W hoetllea wttb tin gad more are CTsagre
gatlag. a- that the mat hoetllitlea ara
Jacluioa. Aolbneh'and Wa»hlwtt(.m wwntiaa
la Mne Bant laad. Me .niaar »ay* that
Se« famHlae aear tha head of Bad rtva*
•inve not bean beard from, aad ha f*w«
lion io«y ha* been driven into the Sad
lead by tbe«e boatila*. Breech clouted boa
tile acout- are contiuuaiiv c-oaaing out tb
Watch
ib«' movaraent of tha white*. No
doubt exist* in the miada of well lefi**eed
jirople that sihort Bull's band
miil km$1
the iron Me from their wall peateete
t.eada i-ndeavou*
v»#d Oeaw Ci alt fadtMa,
WA«aiMtTi«. Nov. f».-- Act lag
•loner Beit ha* received
oeived order* to have hb» Auniagy
•w active aervtee em the frontier.
Paantag ta IwdBaa Taiilaeey.
thia city, offer* to take a targe portion
tv
tip
a
telegram (eaat
Agent ll*on at the "row reek ijaeey
9- *ay Ing noaia of bia Indiana h*«a yet
Wan dancing A aaall hand of tbe Lowe#'
firute* near Koaebud reaervntloa have been
dancing and he haa dUpelebwd a foroe uf
police and acout* to *t»{i it llr alao trailed
lome all Indian* having paana* to leave tAe
feaerulloo. and »ay« ba coualder* It Ian*
^oaalble to he aurprtaed In aay tf lllllt
tower Brule# may aiaka
•ttitlataaa te Wtm Baa^g ta Mai abj.
Rt-g POIWT. Nov The Elk #olat
Home Uuarda have received order* to hold
theruaelvna in readineea to atart for the
ecene of tbe Indian trouhlaa any mtuuegg.
V Nov apt (kitebead,
Cvmpauy
ot
M, South Dakota aullltjUk. bae t»-
AaaaaaA* trv. kan.. Nov te —A tr«
ftoa» tbi- *a*tge reaervatioa report* the Ik
have begun the gboet dance and are
very ugly and inaoieui Tbey ere well
armed and afe tbe rlcbeet and aioef poWee
fbi power In the territory «*Metde tAa flee
Nation*. The agewt to alarmed aad hdie
aak«l fol a-aaietaui**
A FATAL
mot.
Vhtaa Patea ItliMl la a Pt#dkt ia
CareUnw «baaae ttba»w«
BAbettaoat., Nov, M.—^uaep^ DyaOgtl
aad William Mewlaeki. whu left bar* threw
week* ago with eeventjr-flre otbar lahueae*
for
the
Ashley River Phoapbata
ramymj'*
faaao denowita naar barieaUm *». hare
returned and tell of a Hot wblcb ^MH-uread
there. In which Kmii Klein end three Pnlia.
WIMJ
ware in bia gang were killed Xlah.
who wa* a «t.»io».Mi keeper of tht* city. w*a la
charge of the aevcn»y-ive men and rr—1
lae«l them grind wage* The IVilea. Itallaae,
ludlan* aud uegt«». wln» are tbe only ip.
habitant* of the guano depoelt* racept MM
white bnanea. baa-ame dbamtiaged with their
pay. wblob waa much ten* than bad baaa
promiwad. and demanded better treatm«ot.
Klein tried to quiet the man bat aax aa
abeceaaful. fhe rtegroe* then opened tee
on Klein aad *wue other white*. Klafla
fted. mt waa overtaken aad abot dead
Dyaoaki a^ya that three other aMB ip»
kilted la the malea.
SOUTH DAKOTA PINANCKh,
Ttknt *MMe Trym« ba Itahe MMMMM iKSP'
DUtpeauMa af «$tt|300.
*«wi I
AI.IJ*.
f*. D., Not Tla tpMM*
tloa of the atate'n Saance* In egt'fffoc '9»
lltile lateraat. The ptobinni la to make a
puasihle §?ifl,00U pajr of
HI 1 |INE
tgg
The Unity ^Vraa thK i^-irnliof ««i
amendaacnt of the onnatituthvu, tha', a
4H.m*. i
ue jkhu««i»tll,.i
«ut
ot
tbe atata warrant*, if other bank* wilt take
a where. Thl* witt probably be agreed to.
Taking it altogether, the next aaeaioa of tBa
legialature will be a atortnf one and intgg
eatlag to outaldera. Tbe Independent* aBd
dei»4crat* will probably hava a oaajortty
on Joint ballot, and the Sght for Ualtad
fttatee awaator will be hot. Then there eew
Sv or aU cviuntlea preaentiag c.mte^le,
every wat of tb« Lawreace county dela^ft
tkni being coeteated The thing, howewtr,
which cauae* IngUlatorw to tremble* N Aa
fact that the wtmieu "hare an organieedl
ivement for roeubmlaaion of the
auffrage ameadauent to the coaMtltutlaa
A NARROW BSC APR.
A t.wehy AcaMaat ta ttaa t'aitwd
Steaaaahip Alert.
SAM K*AMCUN Nov m—Tha Vi
Utatea atasniahtp Alert, which waa
order* to rettevw tbe i*wa*ar», no tbe
atatUm. ami ha* bean at Mare lalaad *«v
eral nioulha undergoing repair*, waa toha*e
aailed on Dec. -J and everything wa* la
readiaen*. On Monday laat. after tb# Sadtl
-pcepaxauun. &b*^ wa* taken tu Lb* «bwlr
Ui have ber bottom acrapeO aud painted.
The workmen had hardly «msmenced opeep
tloci* when tbey heard a rumbling 11 tm
over tbelr beuda An Inveattgatiou abowad
tbat a la nit
aqunre feet of tbe iron hollar
support*, which torta an interior or «acoMl
bottom, had fallen in amtdablp Tbe be*ey
tpoo bee ma were found to have cnmdM
away and tbe heavy boiler* were revtiug tm
tbe abip bottom. The Alert, although aa
old abip. wan regarded m» a ataunch v aa mat
A large force was at ouce put to work mak
ing repair* aud are worklag uigbl aud dfey
to get the abip la readluea* t« aaii on Doc. IS.
It la Iwlleved that if the aupport* of the
hoiU-i had held out until tbe »e**el wa* SI
eew aod given away there, tbe heavy Udl
era would probably have fallen hroaSS.
leaving tbe veaari wot ooly with *teaaa
power, but wtth a hola ia her Bottom
large that the would have taamedlaMty
auak.
raiud bar S1«MM.
l^AS AItuxui. Tel.. Nov. W.—SMafclBf*
dm. the leading merchant of Hltlabofa^
Tex., haa made au aaaignmeut. Ill* total
liabllltlea amount ui over Sl*h.*Se and tlugw
to preferred rediuwn reacfa §(»,««« T^e
largeat crediuir* are Crawford A rawfwei.
of Dallas. SS--.oee. H. fiaSln A 'o.. N»w
York flti.eee. and A. Burnbeim of llllip
tMrtl. SSQ.eee Tbe total amount of a**at« ti
aet fc»owb-
VMter* Aratewaffeaaa A
Ni.w Viiiui. No» tO. lleary
rived tbi* morning on the North (larwgg
Upyd twawtt Alierg frtMn Breman ^S*
Inni. on r«-a hiug the pier, wa* q«e»tk«ed
about tbe pronpect of the Nortb*ra Padic
and North American awmpeny. but he
would a») nothing whatever about tbe mat
ter and des-lined to di*:u*« the guanclnt tm»
Uinglemont in which hU railroad* ea«i '--tJ|Sf
enterprkwwi are env inned
MlaWKAroM*. Nov as.—The
Ikaduth *pwctai aaya: The private «mnk
Hail A o. ctoiaed It* dona* thla nurni«t,
temporarily In a ruii vewaerday S.ie,eeaM
STe.gea of depoaha were drawn. mt Ma
iea iwaa «*aife the ntber bank*
e*pe«tet# i*av
u. fui!
Weekly Maa*
Ngw Voaa Nov. ti.-The weakij
MAtaOMiot ahowa the HMarve ha* lac
at tha l^kl
it
£3

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