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BBBBBJ j Six new eases of smnllpox were re-
m'J ported to the Salt Lake board o health
1 1 W. C. Cooper, convicted of a viola-
J latlon of the prohibitory liquor law of
H , v l Sprlnirvllle, was Coed 899 and costs.
BBBBB f- On account of the favorable weather
H t ho caDDrry Kaysvllle Is still run
A Ding and will be able to All all-con-
HH't' There la a company of to Greeks
Hvy vamped at Prospect, engaged la raising
H'l JK the grade of tha Rio Uraade railroad
H'-rrrS between I'rovo and Halt Lake.
BBBBl E Henry Jones, aged 12, f Provo, had
H J-'1 horse on which ba was rldlag fall os
BBBBBJ i j lilm, ona day last weak, the young fal-
BBBBBJ J v Jow sustslnlng serloos bruises.
H I John O. Martin wha shot D. LIndscy
B at Bait Lake last week, lufllotlng a
BBBBBJ ' i wound in the leg, has been sentenced
BBBBBJ to six months In the county jail,
BBBBBJ' A banquet was given at Rivcrton
( ) I -one night last week to celebrate the
H'"'i ' completion and successful operation of
H ' ' J the pumps at the Intake of the Jordau
H ;; river, covers being laid for forty.
Hk,V ! Tom Kandohl, a deaf mute, aged C
B jn years, had his feet bndly crushed by a
BBBBBJ OV $ street car on the Salt Lnke-Murray
'(,1 ij ' line last week. He could not hear thu
fvV . car, and failed to note its upptoacb,
MT ' 0. W. Johnson, whoso 18-moiiths old
! , i child was recently drowned In an opou
H I. Hume in Suit Luko City, has been
H r awarded damnges in the sum of tUOS,
j oy the unanimous verdict of the jury.
ammmmmmmmmm'J l' A locomobile line from Salt Lake to
B ' " Deep Creek is to be established. The
BBBBB locomobllu will carry passcngors only
BBBBB , and will make weekly trips to Dees
H Creek by way of Urantsville and
BBBBb ' ' 1. J. Daly, secretary of the Dcmo-
BBBBl i cratlc state committee, while running
BBBBB to catch a street car, caught his chla.
H $ over a clothesline and suffered a dis-
H location of his shoulder. He Is tempo-
BBBBJ ? rarily laid up.
f Y From all Indications tha Utah Sugar
BBBBJ company will buve a most successful
H jM run this year. It is turning out on aa
BBBBJ '. average of 3,500 bags of sugar each
BBBBJ $' day, the largest number for any day
H f ,, being 3,010 bags.
H,i Thomas E. tftubbs and James II.
BBBBJ ' i, Kalsner, two picture canvassers who
BBBBJ were recently arrested by Salt Lake
BBBBJ police as grafters, have each brought
BBBBJ suit against the city for 910,000 for
BBBBJ false Imprisonment.
H The liryun special struck a buggy a1
! , Wes. Jordun coutalnlng Mrs. Matt
Hmlth of Uolllday and her baby, but
, ' although the horse was killed and the
, buggy smashed to kindling wood, tha
BBBBJ ocenpants escaped unlujured.
BBBBJ John Wilson, a lineman employed in
V" Salt Lake City, last week fell from a
BBBBJ pole to the ground below, a distance of
BBBBJ thirty-flfe feel, and sustained no In-
BBBBJ jury whatever, Immediately climbing
BBBBJ the pole and resuming his work,
H Salt Lake City ofllcers are looking
BBBB '- for a clalrvoyunt who last week dr-
BBBBJ camped with $410 belonging to a lady
Hft 'I who had given him the money to place
BBBBT with a lucky stone, to make It lucky,
BBBB aolt would double her savings In asbort
BBBB .tj A press dispatch from Marlon, Indl-
H, .) ana, says Mrs. James A. Stover of Salt
, ' Lake City has caused a sensation there
iby kidnaping three children which had
been given Into the custody of her bus-
H . I band, trom whom she had been dl-
B, The supposed graves found on the
H f ) northwestern slope of Antelope island,
H 6 j that furnished the foundation for all
B i kinds of theories of foul murder among
H ,,' '. the officers, proved not to be graves at
V x all, but piles of s-jtl thrown up by
H some person.
B The farmers in Spanish Fork have
HflHfl received orders to discontinue the dig-
IBBV ging of beets till November 1st. It Is
HHHI due to over stock and the danger of
H heating in the sheds. Some of the
Hflfll farmers have been delivering at the
PBAV rate of ten tons a duy.
HflflJ , A. J. Otrrcard, a solicitor from I'rovo,
PBAV " was held up and robbed of $1.1 In the
H ' shadow of the Illo Grande Western
H , ' depot in Snll Lake, one might last
H ft week, by two nmsked men, who, after
H ' relieving him of ills ueulth, told him
,'' to ruu along and tell a policeman,
BH I i k At the old folks' reunion In Mantl
!Wi last week, Mrs. Kllra Stewart Held,
, V ' aged 00, was the oldest lady present,
i n . and Itlchnrd Mall, nged 85, the oldest
1 LI j man, Mrs. Margaret Held was the
BjBjBjBjr if' ouly lady present over the nge of 60
HHH j-- I ii who hud raised a family of fourteen
JJL- V children.
V The output of precious metals for
B h . the complete year of IPO, as drier
H Jj ' mlued by the statisticians of the
K . United States (Icolnglcal survey,
Hft ' Jy- makes a fine showing for Utah, In
IB. ijj tweuty-four states and territories pro
IB i' -"' duclug gold and silver, counting
if Alusku, Utuh stands fourth.
HBl R. Oakley, a brnkemun, narrowly
HHl escaped death a short distance west of
A Rurrka. lie was setting brakes whan
B the brake rod broke. The brake wheel
KBM' )'. istruck him on the torclicnd uuil threw
Ma 'Ifi ,lilm, uiu'onsclous, to the ground be-
J t1 tween thu curs, he being rescued Juht
!$ l in time.
Hi h Fire at I'ayson Sunday morning de-
BB-W h t atroyed four bulldlugs, causing u loso
BflB-lg J' A ol fr $15,000 to S35.000. During the
BBR h ! progress of the tiro l'lillo aud William
BaBfiKf'M Whylioan, Henry Nubelter und Charles
BBaml;:4li, I .JSogeduhl of Suit Lake, who were aid-
BBBBk tV'- i-a-Bkw. ingln rxtinguliihlng tha ilames, were
-aflaVBIBk under tha falling walls und
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HILL BECOMES A VOLCANO,
Plre and Htnok l'oarlii-; From a Mouatsfa
There Is no llttlo consternation felt
by the Inhabitants of many towns In
the remote south country of Mexico on
account cf showers of ashes falllni; In
thn extensive region from San Juan
Ileautlsta, capital of the state of Ta
basco, as far north as Sallna Cms. It
is believed that a hill near I'alenque,
where there Is a great historic city in
rnlna, haa suddenly been transformed
Into aa active volcano. The ashes
falling at I'alenque have hidden 'the
sun and also at Comitan, and a great
fear has come on the people. Paleuqus
Is the center of the disturbance, aa the
burning mountain Is said to be near
thero. There is some anxiety felt for
Indians arriving at Saa Christobal
Las Casaa say a hill In the Guadeloupe
Sierra is vomiting Ore and smoke.
People in many towns have been run
ning about In terror and offering
prayers publicly for the safety of them
selves and children, Sclentlflcopinlon
Is that all of this Is part of the general
awakening of volcanic forces in the
West Indies and Central America,
London 8aloinkc-or vTha lias a Hnnla
for ruliiouluff Women.
A London dispatch says: Oeorgo
Chapman, who oame from America in
1803 and who Is uow the landlord of a
Southwark saloon, poisoned a young
woman who had lived with him as his
wife. It trnnsptrcd that this was tha
third womna who had died within fivo
years In houses owned bythe prisoner,
aud it is stated the affair may develop
in a manner similar to that of the cele
brated Kelll poisoning case in 1H92.
Iloth the other women mentioned as
having died in Chapman's houses were
bis wives. The police have intimated
thnt they might waut to .exhume the
Thomas Nelll (alias 3ream), M. D.,
was convicted In London of the mur
der by strychnine of Matilda Clover,
on unfortunate woman, Oct. 21, 1892,
and waa executed Nov. 16th of the
same year, H-e was accused ,of the
murder of three other women.
While the police are not yet able to
state whether Chapman Is an American
citizen, they are sure he rosldod in
New York in 180J. Chapman, who has
had a varied career, formerly described
himself as an American.
Boy's Awful Dth m MoJoto Bncrt.
Ilarland Aldrldgo, a 16-year-old boy
from Denver, died in the county .hos
pital at Saa llenardioo, Cat., from
burns sustained on the desert near
Needles a few days ago. The lad and
another youth, whose name Is not
known, left Denver a few week ago,
bonnd for Los Angeles. At Needles
their monev gave out and they started
on foot for Los Angeles. The first
night out they camped near the rail
road track, and as the night was cold
they insde a fire and lay down to sleep.
Aldrldge In his sleep rolled into the
fire. Ills clothing was nearly burned
off before the flames were extinguished
and so severe were his burns that it
waa with difficulty he reached Needles,
his companion being compelled to
carry him part of the way.
Orogoa rarmor la Killed asMl PartUllr
Katra b IIo(.
3. It. Gilbert, a farmer living ten
miles east of Portland, Ore., waa killed
Sunday night by a vicious boar, while
attempting to atop a fight between two
hogs. The boar bit through an artery
In his leg, and Ullbert jumped Into an
other pen to save himself, He was
found dead at noon Monday by hi)
brother-in-law, his body having been
pnrtlally eaten by the hogs so that 11
was hardly recognizable.
SLEW HIS WIKE,
BatlU Mxa Commits Murder, Thsn At
Michael Ilartlett killed his wife and
attempted to kill himself in Seattle.
His attempt at suicide was a bungling
effort, the bullet just grazing the scalp,
lie l now In jail. Hefore breathing
her last Mrs. Jlurtlett told tha police
that Ilartlett had boasted ot killing a
mnn, but she could give no particulars.
While being conveyed to th hospital
Ilartlett donled killing his wife.
Hope for lUclpnirlljr Treaty Willi New
The statement that the negotiation
of a reciprocity treaty with Newfound
land has been abandoned on account
of the opposition of Senator Lodge is
declared at Washington to be without
foundation. Senator Lodge is in
favor of arei'ipiPi'ty treaty It the In
terests of Gloucester are, In his opin
ion, protected. It is understood that
the negotiations between the two
countries have not yet been Interrupted.
For Kllllnc n Striker.
Colonel Rutledge has promoted Ar
thur Wadaworlh from a private to a
sergeant. Wadaworlh shot and klllod
William Durham on the night of Octo
ber 8th while on guard duty. Durham
not heeding the order to halt given by
Wadsworth, the latter believing Dur
ham was about to attack the homo of
a non-union miner. The major general
says ho deplores the killing of Durham,
bot the promotion of Wadsworth Is a
reward for the faithful performance of
RICE FAMINE IN
Civil CormnlMlon Takes (Steps to Trevent
Snfferlus; Among- roortr People.
It Is believed that President Roose
velt's order permitting foreign vessels
to engage in coastwise trade through
'the Philippine Islands will relieve im
mediately the inter-insular freight
aituatlon, and will Improve and lessen
trio cost of rice, lu which article a fam
ine Is Hi real e red. The civil com
mission Intends to act at once on the
prealdent'a order, hoping thereby to
avert suffering among the poorer peo
ple of toe islands.
Agriculture la the islands, already
Impaired on account of war and chol
era, has been further Injured by lo
custs, tl'hese'bavo appeared In many
places and are working serious Injury
to the crops. The advent of locusts,
together with the fall of the price of
silver, renders business and industrial
prospects lu the Philippines gloomy.
The chotora Is gaining a strong foot
hold on the Island of Mindanao. It is
expected to spread there as it has else
where in tho islands. It continues to
be bad In the province of Hollo, Island
of Pa n ay, hut It is light elsewhere.
The casesroporled up to date exceed
SHOOTINO. AFFRAY IN WYOMING
OOA Maa hntalfia Klglit Unnnhot Woandi
In tlattle Wltu Nelc.lll.orn.
Warrants have been Issued for E, 0.
Van Ortwlck and David Cochrane,
charging them with assault with In
tent to kill, the complaining witnesses
being H. C. Decker and members of his
The parties arc residents of Owen, in
the northeastern part of Albuny
county, Wyoming. Several days ago
the Deckers, Van Ortwiuk and Cochrane
fough'. a battle, tho first reports stat
ing that Van Ortwlck and Cochrane
were the aggressors, but when Van
Ortwlck reached Laramie to be treated
for eight gunshot wounds, he said the
Deckers had attacked him, every mem
ber of the family taking several shots
at him before he made his escape.
Sheriff Cook went to the scene, re
turning with Decker and wife, two
ions and one daughter, who told a
rcry different story from that of Van
Ortwlck. Tho Deckers say Van Ort
wlck and Cochrane attacked thrni flrft.
tnd fired several shots at members of
the family bef ore thry returned the
EARTHQUAKE AT SEA.
Whaler Alice Ilnowlea lies Terrible Ex
perience Off Knrllo Island.
The schooner Ilonanza and the
whaler Alice Knowlea have brought
the first new a of the season from the
northern whaling fleet. 1 he Ilonanza
comes from Point Harrow and the Alice
KnoTeles from Fox Island, The Alice
Knowlea experienced a terrific earth
quake on August 13th, when about 100
miles off the Kurlle Island. The shock
was so violent that the ships chro
nometers were atopped. Three of the
Knuwlea' men were badly burned on
June 6th as the result of the explosion
of the boiler of the donkey engine.
They were badly scalded, but under
Captain Montgomery's surgery came
out all right.
Elizabeth Cady Blanlon Dead.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton, tho well
known woman suffragist, died Sunday
at her home in New York City. Old
age was given aa the cause, of denth.
She was conscious almost to the last.
About a week ago Mrs. Stanton began
to fall rapidly. This became more
noticeable last week, and then It was
known to the family that her death
waa only a question of dsys or hours.
The children of Mrs. Stanton, who
were with her when she died, were
Mrs. M. F. Lawrence and Mrs. Slaatea
lilatch, of New York; Henry and Rob
ert L.,of New York, lawyers; Theodore,
of Paris, and O. Smith, a real estate
broker at Warden Cllffe, Long Island.
Miner lias Hand Cnt off In a Feenllar
Jacob. Knight, a miner working in
the St. Lawrence mine kt Hutu, while
at work In the mine had his left hand
cleanly severed at the wrist by a small
fall of ground, and just how It occurred
is a mystery. It is belloved that the
man, while engaged in picking down
some ground, fell In sumo manner, and
while his hund was resting on the
ground the piece of rock fell and strik
ing tho nrlst heveied the hand as
completely us If done with a kulfe.
Uiio Oregon Comity In Which Fanners are
Few people know that the wheat
crop of Morrow, the great sheep county
lying on the west border of Umatllla
was a million and a quarter bushels
this year, or one-third what Umatilla,
tha banner county of the slate, pro
duced. Over 8500,000 will came to the
coffers of Morrow ranchers this fall
from the wheat crop alone, when all Is
sold. One million bushels will he ex
ported. The average price for the
season has been 31 cents per bushel.
Member of Illinois Football Team Killed
In a Oeuie.
Edward -Schmidt, right tackle In a
Staunton, Ilia., football team, was in
jured In a game with a St, Louis team
and died within ten minutes. After
Schmidt died the Staunton tuam, led
by their captain, inarched to the end ot
the Held, pulled up the goal posts and
burned them. On chunging their
clothes they added their sweaters and
and football suits to the flee and an
nounced that thero would be uo more
football games lu .Staunton.
REVOLUTIONIST IS SUBDUED.
DEPOSED GOVERNOR OF MONTE CHRISTI
DEFEATED BY GOVERNMENT TROOPS.
General Nntarro l'"d Tlilncs Coming till
Way for a Short Time, Hot Cams
a Cropper Last.
Commander Mason of the Cincinnati,
cables the following to the navy de
partment from Cape nnytlrn, regard
ing the revolution la San Domingo,
under date of Oat. 23:
''Returned from Monte Chrlstt. Gen
eral Navarro, deposed governor of the
district, revolted sgalnst the govern
ment on the night of Oct. 11. He took
possession of tha town snt! imprisoned
the government officials, except the
bew governor, who escaped. The
whole district nt 6rst followed Navarre.
Within the last three days the Insur
rection has been confined to the
Immediate vicinity of Monte Christ!.
Government troops aru pressing tho
place closely. Serious street fighting
In the last two days. Foreigners first
sought refuge on the wharf. Lust
night soventy-flve of them, mostly
women and children, took refuge on
this ship. Government troops captured
the fort at 3 o'clock this morning. The
Insurgents scattered. All is now quiet.
Local revolution quelled."
Tbo department also hnd an advlco
from United State. Minister Powell,
who has gone to San Domingo from
Port ait Prince. The minister's dis
patch, received at noon Thursday, stated
that Monte Christ! had been taken by
the government forces after hnrd
fighting; that Iho chief revolutionist
(net named) had been cup In red. and
that many of Ilia most prominent
cltlrens of the place had been arrested
Stream of I.nva Flows n Distance of Ten
Miles Froea tho Crater.
Passengers who arrived at New
Orleans on the steamer from Pucrtos
Uarrios report the volcano of Izalco in
Salvador In a state of violent eruption.
The ernptien began on September 7,
when five large openings or craters
formed on the north side of the volcano,
from which large quantities of lava
and burning stones were ejected.
People living in the town of Iznlco and
the neighboring country, toward which
the lava poured, fled at Its approach
and believe that their house were
completely destroyed. The stream of
lava, which was very deep, flowed for
a distance of ten miles from the crater.
Lake Coatepeque, which lies at the
fool of the volcano, was flooded with
boiling sulphur from the principal
crater. Feors are entertained of
The volcano waa still In eruption
when the passengers left Guatemala.
EVACUATION OF SHANOHAI.
France, Oreat llrltaln and Germany llnee
at I.t lleaebed an Agreement,
From authoritative sources it is
learned that France, Great llrltaln and
Germany have concluded au agreement
providing for the military evacuation
of Shanghai by their forces. The ne
gotiations have also brought about an
Important extension of the open door
policy as urged by Secretary Hay. The
agreement affects not only Shanghai,
but the entire Yang Tse Kiang valley,
which the powers are seeking to de
velop for commercial purposes. The
date of the evacuation la still open, but
a leading official of the foreign office
expressed the belief that It will un
doubtedly be accomplished by Jan. !
About 1,200 troops will participate in
the evacuation, each power having
furnished about an equal number of
troops since the Chinese crisis became
Itulte Kdltor Wlllvllave to Face Harder
Dr. H. A. Cayley of liutle, who, it is
alleged, was shot by Editor J. W.
Kelly of the Inter-Mountain on night
of Oct. 11, la dead. Kelly has been
confined In jail for some time and
must now face a charge of murder.
Jls hearing is set for next week. He
still maintains a studied reticence.
Madame La Route, the woman In the
ease, has not yet been found, hut it Is
suspected she lb somewhere ou tho
Coal lluukers of the llattleahlp Oregoa
Tho San Francisco llulletln of Thurs
day says that a fire has been burning
In the coal bunkers of the battleshlr
Oregon for three duys and that tha
o dicers of the vessel will not say that
the Are haa been extinguished, A
board of survey has been summoned to
examine the vessel and It will be some
lime before she will bo able to depart
for Manila. Repairs will have to be
made and a new supply of coal put on
board before the battleship cm sail.
riuonare tecllve Head.
John Curtln, head of the Curtln de
tective agency of San Francisco, is
dead of hemorrhage of the brain, aged
65 years. Curtln ut one time etijoyed
an International reputation as a de
tective. It was he who, in 1872, ar
rested In Havana, Cuba, tho noted
Uldwell brothers, the forgers, and
took them to London for trial. He
formerly stood high In the Plnkerton
service and had many excltloj? adven
tures, In one of which he was shot
throu gh ono of his lungs.
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CAPITOL BUILDING SALEM, OREGON.
A Letter From the Executive Officer of Oregon.
Pe-rn-na Is known from the Atlantic admirer of Po-ru-na. lie keeps it con-
to the Pacific. letters of congratula- tinually in tho house, in a recent let-
tion and commendation testifying to the ter to Dr. Ilartman he says:
mcriUof Pc-rn-ni as a catarrh remedy State op Oregon, )
are pouring In from every Ktato in tho Executive Dkpahtmknt, I
Union. Dr. Ilartman is receiving lnin- Sai.km, May 9, 1808. )
dreds of such letters dally. All classos The Poru-nn Medicine Co., Columbus, Ott
write these letters, from the highest to Dear Sirs I have had occasion to use'
tho lowest. your Pe-ru-na medlcino in my family
Tho outdoor laborer, tho Indoor artl- -for colds, and it proved to bo an excel-
san, the clerk, the editor, theMntcsman, lent remedy. I havo not had occasion
tho preacher all ngruc that Po-ru-nais to use it for other ailments,
tho catarrh remedy of the nge. The Yours very truly, W. M: Lord,
stage and rostrum, recognizing catarrh It will bo noticed that the Governor
its their greatest enemy, nro especially ,says he has not had occasion to use Pe-
enthusiastic in their praito and tcstl- ru-nii for other ailments. Thercasonfor v
vaoay. this Is, most other ailments begin with a r
Any man who wishes perfoct health cold. Using Pc-ru-na to piomptly cuio.
must bo entirely free from catarrh. Ca- colds, lie protects his family ngnlnstoth-
tarrh is well-nigh universal; almost om- crnllmcuts. This Is exactly what every
niprecnt Pe-ru-na is tho only abso- other family in the United Statcsshoulil
lute oafeguard known. A told is the do. Keep Pc-ru-na in the house. Uselt.
bcginnlngof catarrh. To prevent colds, for coughs, colds, la grippe, and other
to euro colds, is to cheat catarrh out of climatic affections of winter, nnd there
its victims. Pe-rn-na not only cures ca- will be no other ailments In the house.
tarrh. but prevents. Every household Such families should provide themselves
should be supplied with this great rem- with a copy of Dr. Ilartman's free book,
edy for coughs, colds and so forth. entitled "Winter Catarrh," Address.
The Governor of Oregoa is an ardent Dr. Uartman, Colurnbua, Ohio,
: ANNOUNCEMENT! -
TO THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES:
Neither SKEPTICAL nor CREDULOUS, ever resdv to hear and INVES
TIGATE, ever willing to RECOGNIZE and bow to TRUTH and FACTS, in
whatever guise they may appear, and ever eager to accord to LEARNING and
RESEARCH the MERITS Xbej DESERVE, to these people tho, followlng.
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Read of tho wonders and miracles that are invoked and performed by the- r
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MISCHIEF, It secures the bearer of all evils. H
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Tho "MISHNA" Talisman Is U Inches long, 1 inch wide and i Inch thick,
and should be carried in your pocket at all times, and shown only to vour faith- Sk
ful, discreet and chosen friends. If after carrying the "MISHNA" 'for 30 days MB
ycu have not noted any beneficial results in some way, you can roturn it and H
your money will be refunded; but we aro positive that no amount of money wll)
induce you to part with It. Price $1.00 sent by mall postpaid. Sal
THE IVIISHIIA CO 143-ub.ht ust d bt. m
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The Mlshns Co. Oentlemen-I have carried the Mlshna for two months snrtTwou'ia no'i be SM
without one on mj persou lor any money. 1 enj oy better health thnn at any time of my life, KI
and anything I go Into prospers with greater u rerun than my nntlclpntlons. Vm
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