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H COALVILLE. UTAH,
H UTAH NEWS.
H Coal was tolling for II per ton at
BHBJ Uuntlngton Utt week.
BBHj Professor Albert 15. Knuckey, late of
BHBJ the Wasatch school, Sslt Lake City,
BHBJ 1I(h at ML flrorg December 33, of
BBB1 tubercular consumption, llltremalna
E were taken to Scale Mound, 111., for
HH Davit county hat rtaullth,el a nil-
HHHJ elctit for a aeh&M library for every
HHHjj llrlrl In the county. The flrat pur-
Bj ihate ha been made, 1,000 book hare
HHD bceu eeoured to begin with, ami moro
H will follow a rapidly aa fundi are
BSE A Chicago ayndleato hat purchased
BHBJ tho ML NelMi Irrigation eomaiiy't
BHBJ plant ami hare farreaehlng plant, In
BHBJ eluding tho rreetlon of a sugar factory
BHBJ lo cost 1110,000, and the eolonliallon
BBBJ of a lO.Ooo-nere tract if land at once.
BBBjD The transfer will bo mado February 11.
BHBJ lira. Lylle llarncy, who illrd lt
BHBJ week In Proio. aged OT year, wa the
BHBJ obtest tnrmbcr of the Church of Jesus
BHBJ ChrUt of Latter-day Saints, up to tho
BHBJ time of her death, Milli In yrara anil
BBBJ membership. She was one of the charter
BBBB mtmWn of the flrat Itrllrt society or-
BHBJ ganUcd liy JoHph Hmltli, the prophcL
BHBJ A good sensation ha lx-cii spotted
BHBJ ty the finding uf Joseph IHolnne. a
BHBJ former member of the Sixteenth,
BHBJ whom. It waa rumored, had been kill-
BHBJ d and hi body thrown Into an aband-
BHBJ onrd mlneahafL Courerled effort to
BHBJ find hit dead Imdy resulted In the And-
BHBJ Ing of tho lire one at Robinson, where
BHBJ he l employed a
BHBJ The Jury In the ease of the govern-
BBBBJ inent against James True, tried for
BBBBJ train rohhrry, failed toegrro uon a
BBSS TcrdlcL Tho prisoner will remain in
BHHJ custody until a new trial l had. Right
BHBB of the Jurymen were In furor of con-
BBBBl Tlellon and four uf them held nut for
BBhBj the prlsohcr'a acquittal. The dollber-
BBfl allonsot the Jury occupied altogether
aaaaH twentr hour.
BHBH Congressinsn King la In Cuba, liar-1
BHBH lnc left Washington the 13d. lie It
BHBH eokln,g Information and will visit In- I
BHBH aurgont camp. If lie hat ehupportuul-
HBHHJ ty There la au much uncertainty re-
BHHH garJlug the real condition! that pro-
BHHBJ vail thrra that a number of congress.
BHBH inch hare decided to Irarli fur tham-
BHHH tblves the truo slate of alTalri.
BBSBK Tlia aclimil cenaMt-rcHnrnt uf the
BBSBY atau tor Uityrmr li7-hnr Ixnii i eoiii;
BBsBj I'lfr'l by Huwrlnlcni!rlt (if -rubllo hf.
BBsBj atrucnon-'l.'arl. Uhty almw en aunro.
BBsBj Kle of I,3J, nn Inarcataornr tliu pre.,
BBpBj cmllnirycar of 9,48V. Of ,theae TV.tSl
J are able to read and wiltc 70,133 aro
BBSBj In attendance upon tile dUfrlctachoolai
BBSBj tlwt are out of achool. Tho colored
BBsBj children number ltt And the wjilte
BBpBJ II Wl thtra -l,Ml Uiya and Oifiil
I A new bond of IW 090 bat Wroglren
BBSBj by Jamea II. llawih, of Hall l.nkc, nt a J
BBBJ aolnllen to the qurallon ralac'l ty I
BBSBM Judge. Judd at to the aulllclrno.r of tho I
BBSBJ former one. Theaurelletof the prrv
BBSBa en', bond and. the aiuounta for which
BBbBM they are (lualltlrd arai J, fichciiclc,
BBVBl rio.oon: Huuima II. lluiery, IV0,000i Y,
BBpBB '1 llubbanl. IIO.OOOi J. W. Houston.
BBhBh 10,0001 '. V. Itoas, 110,000, The bond
BBSBB n joint and aercral ono and each of
BBBJ the la liable for the total
BBSBB A burglar named Thornton
BBSBB caught ranaaeltlug the furnltblnga tie
BBhBB partmentt U A. Ilarry'a atoro
BBSBB l'roro latt week. Aftur being chaacd
BBSBB about four block he waa caught and
BBBBB found to bo an employe of n local lit-
BBSBB "7 ataVle, 111 exploDuttoii wf tho act
BBSBB lieatatedlmwat a rlctlmot aomnain-
BBBJ bullam, and while In. that condition
BBBBB committed tho dt. The police onicera
BBBBS think he la protty fleet to bo a turn
BBBBBJ naiubullat. At any rata ho will nut
BBBBBJ walk, any luoro In hit alcep for two
BBBBBj ntiil one-half yrart.unleaa hetcalca tb'
VVVX walla of the alate nrlaon.
BBBBBJ Max Rohr, who gobbled up all the
BBBBBJ antimony be could tlnd In Utah latt
BBBBBJ aprlng. clalnilnir that he wu after
BBBBBJ "mineral paint," baa Jutt returned
BBBBBJ from Chleairo, where ho flatted llrice
BBBBBJ and hi factory. (Sohr furnlahca the
BBBBBJ antlmouy for llrice, and hat unbound'
BJBBBJj C1 'k'1" I" "10 achemr. At any rate,
BJEntBBJi ''" " "r'Pe ' nillug n commodity
lllKlS 'ro'" ('10 Bnllmou7 which renlltca
MHShVQ aliout 11,000 to tho Ion, whether It It
AjRhBR 8'' or uot. Sohr bought four aharra
rWSTWtWff of llrlcs atoeu, for which ho paid 1S8
tuSSKfRB erihare. lie clalma he would not aell
MHBH! the lime for 110,000 each. Mr. Hohr la
-"vatRffl ahlpplng about thirty torn of r-utl-
f ItjWSlaBH mony per day, and will luereate thrt
rJRIHH amount at once.
"TV Hereral of the leading banka In
'iiiiflj Utah oounty, among them the Spring-
ftSKHH yi bnuk, liaro out down the rata ol
'RBBfi Interett iahl on aartug depoettt from
xfiSflBat & percent to 4 per cent, oomiHiunded
''JmHB semi-annually. The nut 1 to go luto
' '.iSrfirBJ effect the flrat of lb year.
ijjflSjlH Pnrld Moljny, whs waa aonvieted at
K3HDJH llrtgham City of embeaallng Mieral
BBaKflBl thousand head uf aee hat len
BBBBBJ el'c" tire yoara In the penitentiary.
(BBBBBJ MeKay leased thualMMp, and when the
BBBBB!) K-aae had expired uott of them had
WbbHbmbbl T-llll -
DBIKIANT TO THE END.
Illltrra'a l.r.rffr.tlAn VtM ot tlotf Mi
j, Ur rer Cain.
Madrid tee. . The Inturgent
chief Illrern hat arrived at Cadll from
Ctiba. lie will l Incareeralefl In a
furtrem In an Interview, Hlvera aald
he lellveil nothing would Induce the
Cnbant to wae fighting lfore they
attained Independence. Ho Justified
the killing of Lieutenant Colonel Rula,
thnHpaulsh peacecmla-Miry, asa meant
of arrlvlnir nlthltrnd.
(len.-ral Unit llltvra, who aucceeded
tlrneral Antonio Marco at commander
of the Insurgent forcea In I'lnar del
lllo. was wounded nnd eanturtxl on
,Mareh Jstli of Ihle year. In the hllle
near Cabaesilaa de lllo Hondo. Illvcra
tvna kept In prUon from that time on,
and It was reported that IheHpanlarda
Intendevl to execute him, but ttrong
roprraentatlona were made In hi lie
half from the United Htntet, nnd It Wat
announettl on Deeeinbcr til that ho had
been relenteil from the Cabanat
fortress, anil had solleil tho tame day
for radix, lilt Inline.
Hlvera landed In Cuba from Spain In
IMW He had formerly lieen a civil
engineer at llarreloua, Hpaln. lie was
In Cuba during the ten yeara' svar, and
refused to algn the artlelo of ieoce at
Han Jon Later ho left the Island nnd
oecuppled positions uf trust at bunion,
Unilrld, Manila and In Hunduraa.
Hubeuiitly l.e rcnioveil to New York,
where hit wife retlded, and returned
to Cuba on the Initiation of the lato
llenrral Macro, whom hn tuccvedeil
when the latter wat aasnstlnaleil.
friKlilont llsnl In Hwire-llmvr '
ltlm- llltli alrlke,
Victoria, II. C, Deft lis 1 he ateomcr
Tect, from Skaguay, brought down
flvo Kliindlkcrs, lllcharil Hhaw of Vlo
torla, who left Da it son on November
1 10. three olher Vlclorlana nnd T. Han
1 bury of hcaltle Tho pnrty ran out of
1 provlslont nt Selkirk, and had to Iwg
their way along, gelling food at diff
erent camps, or when it waa not to bo
had, living on anything they could
I thooL Hhaw came nut by dog train,
Icnvlng Dawson after the Ice formed
ntty-una men" weri passed along
the- river IwuiuPoutward. At rllewart
rlvef forty-three oulfltt bound for
ltawaAn wero from In. Two of tho
three raflt of Wef which were on the
bans Jutt above Dawaon, were carried
rlown tha river right patt tho towu on
the floating Ice. " l
;Orj thtvulghL o November l Jln
Cary't aaluJiii 'at Dawaou svai robbed vt,
ItO.ugp. VM Mj the bartender, and
I jwn ollfjr mci) sve'fe arretted, At I ort j
t(elkfVi e. man nnmeil Kel-ler Waal
jrt.bld'ciff't.oodT lMJilck.011 waarl
Wtlt'il'rti JiutplcfOn. ' " I
"" A "report-rviKhcd Pawqn.o.a tick
"strike nudn on rofty-three,. belmt on I
Hnnkerixrerk. t The dirt weut 13 in
tho pan', and thoro svnt Ovo feet of
gravel." Dominion crcelc It nlao turn
tngout wiill, .
. Prior to their leaving, claim owner
arbitrarily reduced wage from SIS lb
ln per day." A atrlkosvatronteinplal
rTI by tho laborera nga,uV -'j1 ryduos
" - llatun llatine flf.l.t-nt.
Kew York, lleel M.-U U ofllclally
announced that lluracaU. Hurt, third
vice preldrnt of the Chicago A North
western Hallway company, liaa been
selected for the pretldcucy of tho Un
ion Pacific, ,
Mr. Uurt'a election a president la
expected ui carry Into effect the policy
determined iixin by tho reorganisation
riitnuiltteo when It svat auppoted that
Mr Clark would bo ablb to ronllnuu
Ir. tho management of tho property,
but which It Impowlblo owing to Mr.
Clark III health.
The board of dlroctora I to Include
IVIutluw K Pierce, chairman! Jame
millmau, Marvin llughltt, lioswell
Miller, K. II. Ilartlman, Uml VTtigor
aid, tlrury 11. Hyd. Juhn W. Doano,
Otto II. Kahn, T. Jefferaim Coolldge,
Jr . (leorge J. Cluuhl, Ollvor Atuee,
(leorgo Q Cannon and Jacob II. Hchlff.
(lllvor V Mink I to bo vice president
In charge of tho New York otllco.
On Tlwlr Way to AUlka.
Lauder, Wyo.. Deo. . ltoaa Packer
McPnrlaud.of Port Washaklo paaao.1
thrnugh Lander tlilt morning with
four cullateil men of tho Ninth cavalry
and tl pack kiilmal. en route to
Itawllna, at which point they will take
tho train for Vancouver barrack,
Washington, where they will Join the
government relief expedition and salt
fur Alaska Tho men svere armed with
carbine and revolver and aro
physically nblo to atainl the vigor of
tho Alaskan winter, being leoted aa
tho atrongeat men in Port Waahaklo
garrison and especially tltted for tho
hard svork they will havo to do. They
carried only auoli upplle a would bo
required to tnko them to the railroad.
VoU up Rt. Louts.
HL louts, Deo. 58. Tho bualueax
house In tho center of the city wero
ah alien to their foundation, knocking
good from the ahelvet, this morning,
by n terrlfta oxplotlon, and for a time
there wa ureat excltemeut. The
ahoek oamo from u charge of dynamite
used, in trying to raUo theaunkeii tow
boat Dolphin, svhleli wentdown during
the tornado. It lie In tho mUldlo of
the Mlaaltalppl, opposite tho foot of
Ollvo tiMl All ntliinpU have proved
WOLCOTT VS. O I) JBJ
rr ' n ijM
Win JtmlrkiH i-nrrxsr 1 )
J V.nThMO. I '"BI
Washington, ,Ieo, 1-'i .rHJ
sensation of the? holhlay V 'BJ
reported estrangement HJ
Wolcott and acveralothcjjs . HJ
ators from tho aduilnlatrat ' BJ
to the continued effort of s.
Uage to moro thoroughly f .-
gold atamlard upon tho country, V I
at least Wolcotl friends aver aeci.
have the silent endorsement of t
prnldent. Por una day rumor,pl M
coining alrlfo have lieen prevalenL i I
Itltlhlt that Hcnalor fliandlcr 4 1
reference to In hit public letter wjrf
Ing the administration to suppress fcJJ
secretary of the treasury, under pjjl
ally of losing the tupport of the ""vl
republleant in tho senate henatj I
oleott refute to lie Interviewed. aa.
hit continued alienee In the face o
such grave Htle1nent hat made III
conviction stronger that thero I fout
ilatluu fur the stories. I
A Republican senator It authority
for the report that Senator IVolcufe
early In January will mako a apeeel?
on tho subject of International bimet
allism sml 011 the money question In
lomial. In which ho will formally
ever his rclallonawttli the Itcpubllcan
party and announce hit purpose to net
with aomo parly which favor tho free
coinage of llver by Independent ao
tlon on the part of tills govcrnmcnL
Ho will any that theru I no longer
the slightest prospect of restoring II
ver by International agreement, that
tho financial contest henceforth In this
country will Iki a battle between the
tlandardt and that ho prefer silver.
Illaaprech wlllbo something upon the
order of n specili inado by Senator
Teller at HL loult, but will bo fsr
more eloquent nnd dramatic
It laovpecteil that a number of tie.
publican eiiatnr who Imve heretofore.
supported the admlnsltrntlon will fol
low Mr. IVolcott In.glvlng notice that
they can no longer act "1th the Re
publican party. Among theso ena
tor aro Carter of Montana, Clark of
Wyoming, Warre'n of Vyomlug and
Wilson of IVoshlnttln.
Tho desertion uf these senator will
reduce tho administration's strength
In tho senato to teat than two-fifths of
that body. It will probably mean that
no serious effort will be made during
lhe,.(,rrsen.t session to pats any finan
cial legislation through the senate.
Tho poalllon laVrhttih Senator Wol
cotl I olaced U.Well underatooil by all
those who rcnllio the peculiar situa
tion which hat .developed with respect
to tho administration and monetary
rotninUslon of .which the Coloradoau
Is chairman. Hither President Me
Klnley and Secretary fJage'aro at varl
BDee, or Senator Wolcott and hit sym
pathlzcra nro utterly deceived at to the'
prctldcnt'a attitude. Mr. Wolcott hat
hInco hi return from Europe talked
long nnd earnestly with tho president
Vhil lie defend the president whllo
taking n posltum of open antagonism
to Secretary (lege.
Tho assertion I made by Mr. Wol
cott' tympathlcer that Secretary
llago misrepresents tho administration
npd Vliat lfjt w.ero not for the political
disturbance It would cause Mr. (lege
might retire from the cabinet Tail
statement,' which 1 now made pri
vately, It Is likely will be made public
ly before long If this Is done the la
ano will bo ralaed and the publlo will
know tho fact.
The result will probably bo that Mr.
Wolcott will llnd that he has
misunderstood the position of tli
president and will then dramatically
announco hi Indignation at the ad
ministration. The president cao hard
ly bo In sympathy with both Secretary
(lago and the Colorado senator as (lag
suinds (Imply foJ gold ami Wolcott for
Aa things are now tending the presi
dent wilt have to break villi one or
the other of them, and unless he Is
misunderstood by the leader of his
party and person closest to him, the
break will not bo with tho secretary
rank Kuihtlinlnf rinlJ.
Ouray, Cola, Deo. 37. Closely fob
owing tha death of Michael Karns,
who was frojon to death, occur the '
trugio death of hit ton from a sur
prising cause. 1
The remain of the elder Kara ar
rived from Tellurlde for burial at this
city, and wero at the house of hi sou
Thomas. Tho undertaker had left
aomo embalming fluid, composed of
corrosive sublimate, and araonlout acid
In dilute alcohol, at the Iiouso In the
room with tho corpse, The poisonous
llued wat In a bottle labeled "charu
pagnc," and Thomas Karns, thinking,
It whisky, took tno large swallowa of
It lietore discovering hit mistake. Des
pite, the effort of phjalolane ho riled
in a few hour.
reoee rinUarr llsutsd.
Havana, Deo,, 87. La Lxicha hat
published a document purporting to
have tho aauetton of (leoerat Lee, say
Ing Kula wat executed for proposing
peaco In contraveutiou of Gomel's de
cree. Two oommUtloner who were sent
to propose peaco n ittt autonomy tq the
Insurgent In Pfnar del Iliu province
havo beu hanged In conformity with
the decree, of (leneral (loin. The
Insurgent claim It I hard to dlttln
irulsh peace ufllcert from assassins.
BBBAbIO DANK FAILURE.
BBBV':c I'hla, Dec n. A sensation
BBflVfalcd In this city by the an
BBBj10"1 ' l,'c suspension of tho
BV; ll Street, National bank, re
BR T''aatT.eof tho strongest flnan
Pt (t nstltutlont In tho city. The aua
f .slon carried with It tho closing of
I, e Cliettuut Trust and Saving Fund
I inipany doing bushiest under the
' stato banking laws. William M. Sin
Iferly, publisher uf the Philadelphia
lllccon), I president of both companies
land the aaino men, wllli one oxeeptton ,
I act a officer nnd directors
I The first Information the publlo re
Icciveil Ibat the Imnk were 111 troubla
I wet In the form ot a notice potted on
I the door of tho building oeeuplod
I Jointly by the tonccrus, signed by Na
tional Hank Kxamlucr William M.
Hart, to the effect that the Chestnut
Street Nntlunal bank had closed It
Idoora pending nn Investigation of Ita
No atatcmentof asset and liabilities
Is available, but It I ttated that the
deposit of the Chestnut Street bantc
amounted to 81.700,000, aud ot tha
trust coniimny Il.3n0.000.
President Slngerly gave out a brief
statement tonight In which ho tald:
"He nro working to secure the Indebt
edness of the two bank ao that they
can go Into voluntary liquidation, and
thus avoid n receivership.
The net earning of the lleconl last
year are said to havo Ken 1110,000,
more than sulllclent lo nay dividend
on a turn sufficient lo pay all of Mr.
blngerly'a Indebtedness to tho banks,
llic statements of tha cnuso of tho
failure current here ngrce with those
rosile by Comptroller Kckelt at Wash
ington, that It wnt primarily duo to
the lo of much money by Mr. Singer
l In his uiiprodiictlvn paper mill at
Klkton, Md., ono of tho largest In tho
country. One statement placed tho
Mini thus Involved nt nearly a million
Mr. Slngerly also ha much money
Invested In other ilitirprlsca In this
and other cities. Humors woru current
that the ownership of the Record
would pas from Mr. Slngerly, but
this ho denied, hi friend stating pos
lllirly that ho I In, absolute control
Bf the paper, nnd Villi continue at It
On Monday of this week the Chest
nut Street National. bo,nk( mado tho
following ropr totlx- clearing 'house:'
Lost) nnd drscounta, S3, lot, 000; legal
reserve, Ho",000; deposit. 11,789,0007
dae from tianks,133.t,000; tine td banks,
IKis.uOO; circulation, 113,000.
sTha reserve has been bnlowsthe legal
requirement for several week. The
deposits nn October 9, when tho bsnk'
reported lo tlui coiuptrollr'r of tho
tnasusy, auiounrf. to l3,;3'JJ05i,
Tho shrinkage In Oil sum', therefore,
Jias.lcen uioro than !300,0U0 In a tittle
over two' month's. ""
It Jt alj that'therc-hnvo been quiet
but -teady. runt 'on both. lank, for
.toverat daj patt Of the il(l'0Hs ,n
the bank, tho city ta represented by
l2il,tSi the tato by S3,000, and the.'
national government by a large sum,
lut all of these creditor aro believed
to be protected.
Much sympathy Is expressed on all
sides for Mr. Slngerly. He ha occu
pied such, a prominent place In the
affair of the state and city for year
past that tho new of hi flnauclal tilt
Gcultlc naturally created a sensation.
fjtnils (lltsa to Ihs Inlos l'aetne,
Washington, Dec, 57. The secretary
ot the interior today reversed the land
efllco decision In which are rejected
tectlona of land for ststlou purposcu
tt Cheyenne, Laramie, Kvanston,
Medicine How, and (Ircen lllver, Wyo.,
I by tho Union Paclflo Railroad coin
j pany. The aeeretary, In the optnloa,
I lay thnt under tha right of way grant,
j the company I entitled to silect land
! ss are necessary for station purposes,
1 providing no adverse right Intervene
at tho ilntn of selection. Patent shall
Issue on such lands 011 receipt of proof
that, they are only to be used for tho
purpose named, and It Is ordered that
patent Issue to the company for lauds
selected at the point named.
I.r'Mt Telutreo factory luThs Norl.
Louisville, Ky Dec. 37. An official
of tho National tobucco work says
that Loulsvlllo Is onn to havo tho
I largest plug tobacco factory In tho
j whole world. The National will toon,
I before the new year I fairly opened,
begin work on an addition to the si
I ready Urge, plnt that will nearly
double It already great capacity. He
j tide the factory a great warehouse
I will be erected. The now addition
will give employment In about 1,000
hani. The present plant employ
nearly 3,000 hands, and, with the new
I addition the factory will havo a capac
Ity'of 1 S3. 000 pound per day.
'New York, Dec. 18. fleorgo Maurlcv
Curtice of this city, who claim to be
the, proprietor of It design of relig
ious picture, known to Roman Cath
olj'siaa "Station of tho Cros" has
brought stilt In the United State
court gMnU"8 Missionary society
of "fiC P"'i -na Apostle, Ho olnlm
thePi-ulttt missionaries am soiling
copte of hi picture and oak that
they to enjoined from Infringing upon
I hi copyright.
crown ormcD DnvAN.
Inilled ta Ileterl Sitter nit Iad m lnlle.1
Washington, Dec. t7. Democratic
polities have been a little agitated the
past few days by an editorial which
nppcarnl In the New York World, ac
knowledging tho leadership of llryan
and asking him to abandon silver and
lead u united democracy on a plat
form hated on the mistake of the ad
ministration. Theso It sums up ut the Dlngley de
ficit, tho so-called pension exceaset, tha
Hawaiian Job and the Immunity of
trusts nnd mouojiolle. It alio call
the recent exercise of Presidential
clemency tho "outrageous wholesale
pardoning of link-wrecker."
Tho World then defend the present
monetnry system n a distinctly Amer
ican scheme of finance, and anys It I
extraordinary that a man gifted n
llrynn I, with ao many qualities of
leadership, should peralstrnly look
backward rather than forword, Instead
of taking lilt rallying cry from the lips
of the people.
It then declaret thnt tho gold Demo
cratic movement Is dead, and urge
llrynn to como forwanl as the leader of
the pnrty In tho next campaign, It It
an offer of a crown nt tho prlco of
treachery to tha silver ciuso.
Ashovlllo, N. C Dec. 3S. Pnrty peo
plo wero seriously Injured hero today
by tho explosion of n can of powder
n hlle firing n cannon on tho outskirts
of town, A sceuo was presented that
mnitotlck tho hearts of those watching
from n neurby hill. In the smoke that
nros'e from tho explosion thoy saw
human beluga run blindly here nnd
there over n hill, falling nnd rising,
only to fall again ns they rushed fran
tically nhout, blinded and ponder
burned, madly trying to extinguish
their flaming clothe. Those, who
wero unhurt ran to tho aid of the un
fortunate ones, smothering tho flam
ing clothing or cutting tho garment
from their bodies. One man waa
blown or rolled completely down the
high bluff, 300 feet nearly, to tho
The pcoplo In the nclgnliorhood rail
to the' scene, and tho work of giving
assistance to the Injured began. Tho
hill was dotted with blackened groan
ing figure, somo of whom lay almost
perfectly nude. A number of the In
jured viire able to walk from tho
scene, whllo rot were provided and
gentle liands plareiT the moro seriously
wounded'on; tliein nnd conveyed them
to.an t)hl house which served at an Im
provised hospital. Several of them
will silo. . '
Cni f iii lwtmjrd.
Sandy Hook, N, J., Dec, 37. The
ofllce,"torchoiue, stable nnd one of the
lodging house,' -afl mixkIcu building
n't Csmp I,oi, n'rro t'onsumed by Are
early this morning. . , ,
' Camp Ijow wa establish-,)!- at the
former landing of the Sanity Hook
' boat. During- tho cholcra.carv a few
.year ago, nd tbo whajfir and pint--forms
wero Inclosed nud roofed, ovor
'nnd'sl-venil hundred passengers wero
quarantined thero. The. marine hos
pital 'aeVHco abandoned- tho station
last year and the buildings wero pur
chased by a contractor who used
them a n largo boarding camp for
tnt ineu etnployitl lu building garrison,
quarter at Port Hancock, An over
heated atovo I supposed to havo been
tho cause of tho fire.
l'eary's Nsit Trip. '
New Yook. Dec. 37.-I.tcut Robert
Peary, tho Arctic explorer, who re
turned from Hngland on the SL Paul,
Immediately upon lilt arrival hero took
ho train fur Washington.
Lieutenant Puary when seen by a
reporter, waacnthuslaatto over his ro
ceptlon In Knglnnd nnd the gift tolilm
by Alfred C. ijarmaworth, tho wealthy
Englishman of tho Windward, n lino
ship, which tho explorer will uso In his
rip to the Arctic region next year.
Lieutenant l'cnry said that the
Windward would lo sent to Now York
early In tho spring and ho would start
north the Inttcr part of July, Lieu
tenant Pearv started for Now York to
night to finish work on the narrative
which I In tho publisher' hnndt.
I'artr Mrurk by a Train.
Noblevllle, Ind., Dec, 10. A fatal ar
cldent occurred nt Tvrhune, n small
town northwest ot this city last night
Mr. and Mr. John Monro and Miss
Clara llrattatu wero returning from
a Christmas enters lament when a
north lion ml freight train 011 tliu Mon
on struck their carriage. Mitt Unit
tain' skull was fractured and ho died
at midnight. Mrs. Mooro cannot pos
sibly recover) Mr, Moore wa slightly
Mr. and Mrs. Mooro were married
Thursday last and till waa the flrat
time they had bceu away from homo
llruln In Charge.
Milwaukee, Doc. SO. A largo clnna.
mon bear which wis shipped by ox
p'lest from Leavenworth, Kn to
llaraboo, Wis., escaped from hi crate
In tho express car nt Western Union
Junction, on the Chicago, Milwaukee
A St. Paul road yeaterday while en
route to Ita destination. The oxprets
meaitenger was driven from tho ear,
tho bear tnklng coinpleta potsuaslou,
devouring package of apple and can
dy. Arriving hero It took teniucn to
aecuro tho pet.
Pueblo, Colo., It paying the rallroada
at present from IsOtl.WW to IOOO.uOO per
month for freights.
In the mint appropriation at Carson
City, Nov., a reduction It made from
131,300 to $15,000, by Secretary tlage.
A colony of several thousand will
oon emigrate from the east and settla
down In Montroto county, Colorado.
It ha fallen lo the lot of (lovcrnor
Richard of Wyoming, during hl
term of ofllcc, to appoint four talo
Montana Is already astir In It prep- I
arattont to mako nn exhibit of ngrl- I
cultural and mineral resource at tho I
The wlro of the Ploclie and Panaca
(Ncv.) telephone lino Is strung and tho
'phone lscxiected to bo 111 working
order before January.
The ole'vallonof Judro Knight to this
supremo bench of Wyoming w'" no
cessitato the election of a district
Judge nt the next ensuing election.
(lovcrnor Sadler of Nevoda has offer
ed a reward of Jloo on the part of tho
stale for tho apprehension of the par
ties Implicated In tho Dlicr lynching.
Kouryearngo the ttock raiser of
Archuleta county, Colorado, wero
pleased to get tho price for !-ycar old
ttecr that calve are selling for now,
At tho trial of Prank Moody. In
Ilutte, nccused of killing Paul ICrrrgcr
In May last, witnesses testified that
ho Is ono of tho two men accused of
As Hvanston, Wyo., tho railroad
company hat commenced clearing olf
their ponds preparatory lo the lea liar
vest. The Ico Is tald to bo about eight
Klko county' (Nevada) delinquent
tax Hit contalnt but nlno names and
amounts to 1131.33. All till except
170.30 I duu frrm the Hold Creek com
pany and It connection.
Ullbrrt llrlggt of Carson, Nov., kill- .
cd a deer recently In the southern part
of that city. The nnliunl had proba
bly been driven out of the mountain
by tho Into snow storms.
Tho Wyoming state bar I taking
steps towurd tho creit.un of a monu
ment to bo placed In tho cemetery at I
Cheyenno, In honor of tha lately do- 1
censed Chief Justice Conway. I
Oaiicrvlllc, Nov., has a committee ot I
thirteen cltlrcns and when they wish I
any objectionable character, to Icavo I
town rach lneinlier of tho comuilltca i
writes hlra a letter giving htm tho L
hlilL ' (
The almost complete failure of tho I
applocrop of tho cast has scut pur K
chaser to Colorado to buy. One cast-
irn Ilrm ha bought up all thouiitlro
crop of the Suit Juan valley,, liar- H
lug distributed . 8W.O00 among ' tho F8
growers In.Karmlugto'n, Colo. &,
Kred C. Reet, liookkccper for' tho H
lluttu Ilanlwaro company," a arretted H
on a warrant charging him with may, H
firm. -RtoagnllutoallglitwltliW.il. HJ
Pitt, a collector for tho sainu Arm, HJ
during which licet bit Pitt' linger so HJ
severely that tho member hnd to bo HJ
Hen Lawton, who.broko jail In Rock HJ
.Springs, Wyo,,'. back again. Ho wa HJ
found la a very bad condition, liavlug HJ
exposed himself to tliu late Inclement HJ
weather on tho hills, nnd hi feet Mere HJ
frozen In consequence. Tho culprit HJ
expressed himself at being glad to got HJ
back to hi old quarters. HI
A peculiar disease I prevailing , HJ
among horse 011 tho Wngou Hound HJ
and Lallonto creek, Wyoming. Tho HJ
Guthrie llrbt. company hat lost four- Hj
teen head, John V. Ma'sdcn fifteen HJ
and others report losses. The nul- II
mal taken stand off nlono with head II
down nnd refuse to cat, and generally It
In a few day nro dead. Some, how- II
ever, linger for n couple ot week. No W
remedy hnsbceu found.
Natrona county, Wyoming, will lie
represented at tho Trans-Mississippi
and International exposition tu be
held In Omaha. At a meeting In Cat
per a commlttco w us appointed toils
vise ways and menus by which allot
tha counties of tho stato would bo rep
resented nt tho exposition.
When tho Dceemlier termot couit
wat convened at Lander, Wyo., Judgo
Ilrammiil discovered that Promont
county had no fund to pay the ex
pense, of tho term, ltc decided to ill,
charge the Jury and nil tha criminal
cases requiring n Jury wero continued I
to tho Juno term. ,
Charles Gordon, a brother of Dr. II.
P, It. Gordon of Great Palls, Mnnt.r
whllo deer hunting, accidentally shut
and killed his companion, Charles (I,
Helper, while tho Inttcr wns crawling
on his hand undknesa.Uordon mistak
ing for a deer.
Tho peoploof Lander, Wyo., havo
discovered that tticy wero sending
away over 80,000 every year for bee,
nnd now they hare a brewery ot their
own and aro atd to bo happy nlthlls
product and tho money It keep at '
.The long continued cold spell and
heavy nowt of tho past month nro
Iwglnnlng to have nseilous effect on
sheep, a number having already per-
lslied. Tliu no it Is ernsted and frozen
so thnt It tt kliiiiut Impossible to get ' ' '
at tho feed.