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1 ' '. ' r ' ' P 7 I Vperoflcday,. J V J H$ j "fll 1 1 14 4 i f -I "V M kl O'clock A morr)lr,9 paper Is ;e! H Bll Jk T ill S Hi I 11 1 W El J 1 i I IT I WW t " rTs. 1X paper of VesayJ JO-M-likJlLJ.i.iJj 1 JJJ ? JJJI 1 II 1 VH 1 1 JU f V kJo EDlTjOjl TRUTH AND LIDEKTY, yo. no. I'hiday; aiAiu'ii s-i. iso;;. salt lake city, utah. ' vol7xxvi7 AH IMPORTANT LAND CASE. i ' Secretary Me Smtth Renders Ills Decision. urn uiorstMis or aches In Southern California Opened for Lulry and Settlement. Olnr Items. WASltlNOTOi, Hutch 24 Bectclury Hoke Bmlth today rendered 111- '' land decision. It was tho case of tbo Houthern l'aclflo railroad Involving ttia question of tho Unlit of that com. puny to lands wllliln IU granted limits ndthe limits of the grantto the At lantlo and l'aclflo railroad, basing lt claim on tho ground that the latter company never compiled with tho requirement of the grant, In the matter of locating III road, and thus forfeited III grant. The Mcretiry holes, however, 'that the Southern l'aelfls company hud acquired no title I to the landa In question under lt Crant. Thin decision operatea to open tueie laudf, aggregating tunny thou sands of ncrea In Houthern California to seltlemeot and entry. The commla aloner of tho general land cilice 11 accordingly directed to tako tho steps necessary to restore them lu the publio domain. hTIIIUI I Mill) 1 Agreement nt I -il llelnorn I lie oltsii r-pliiiicra unit the I mplorea. MaiCIIEstfii, J'tJir-. March 21 n Agreement liaabeen'reurhed between the spinners and their employers b) which thu gieat cotton nil 11 strike will end en Monday. Tho spinners agree to reduction In their wages of eeven pence In tbo pound. Thla atrlke has been on tiro months nod lias liven contested with unexampled slubbor- lull by the strike who havo endured the greatest privations of coll and hunRtr through tho tovero winter nrDLCTiuN Ttttirr hatt-i. llie Uovreiyneiil or Sfexleo Maid la (anleiiiiiUlo llie llueallon. ClU' OK Ml IOfl, Match 24. The I liatika have recently lieen pressing lorronera In consequence of report ' from the Interior announcing aeveral large failures of conccrnaof nspecu Istlvo nature. Hank managers, how ever, atato that thu mercantile community Is geuirally entirely solvent. A ttemeudoue premium on fortlgu c-ichangu resulting from tho Y? depreciation of silver liaa had tho 1 tflrct of diminishing Importations of goods from I.urope, audi as cotton tsxtllea and paper. In this way tho government finds the custom house collections dicrtaaod. It la aatd the . question of stimulating Imports by tho 'jrMucllon of the tariff rates will bo con-iWicrcd. Ileelli of i. Duke. London, March24 George William Francis Hsckvillu lluaaell, tenth duke of Jledford, died suddenly of heart failure last ulght, aged 41. Having no children his brother, Lord Ilerbrand Arthur, will succeed to tbo title. Lord George becamo duko two years ago, when hla father committed suicide while eutlcp' log from an attack nf ntumonla The houso of Itustull Is one of tbo most undent In the kingdom, being of Nor man origin. A nrivrit II 111". riremeii Hilled l.j llie l lllnc ol Well. DtNVHt, March 21. I'lre broke out early this morning In the warohoueu of tho riummlt I'uol and Feed compiuy. It was somewhat of a flro trap and as the firemen wero at work In the alley en tho eat aide, tho wall ot tho bu ru ing structure fell on them, killing Frank Mahoney and Fred l'lcr out, and wounding Moll Jlakor and A. llllty. Tho Unsocial loss will be about f 25,000. i(liiiiirniiiiil'i". 1'orraviiLn, Maroh 24. Two men were killed and four badly If not fatally Injured by tho vxplotlon ot gas lu the Oak Hill colliery, near Mluera vllle, thla morning, when the men came to work this morning they were Informed that the mine was clear of Rsi, but they had not bien working iSlf an hour when n terrlflo explosion cciurred, hurling coal, rock and tim bers In all directions. kii.lLii. Wru. Durooll, and ono was so badly disfigured that he was unrecognisable, iiviuiun. John Morgan, Win. James, David Ui Davis, Jr., and another unrtcognlia- ble. Till. Mlllllll 11V 1-ltll'lt. Mllar.l Natil m )nTi. Abandoned llie r Heli.me a Hell Ntoella. New Yomc, March 24. The Jkrata tays: It Is said Vlllard has abandouo I tho scheme to cell the Bt. I'aul and a Noilherii l'aclflo stotk In the treasury tt of the Northern l'aolllo rallronl, lu order to I ny oil thelloatlng debt of the '' company, it 8 reportid that i Vlllard has I ten asked to nsino the price for tho balance of the Northern Paclllo stock held by thu North American, presumably for thu rurpo.o of scouring his retirement lu tho cosiest possible wnyr BTOCKIIOI.UfcllS' 1 HOIOSITION TO 1IIU MANAcitanNi. Nmv Yomf, March 24. Henry ; Clows, chairman of the spedal com- J mlttte of stockholders ol llie Northern , l'aolllo railroad, said this afternoon; "Tho stockholders havo mndu u I imposition to tho management '' taking up thu floating debt of fO.OOO.OOU. It Is to Isauu f 12,000,000 oullattral trust notes, run- nlug live ye a re, bearing lute-rest at six j or coot. Thus tho company could ay oil tho floating debt and have a balance In addition, A syndicate stands ready to take the whole lot of notes. In con- ilderatlon of furnishing the money It reiervea representation In the boaid of ultsctoif, wbkh would necessitate the retirement of Sims of tho (.rnrnt mem bcrs. Thu bt. I'aul and Noitneru I'aclflcBlotklnlhiicoinpny'stroury, which the inaniijeuioi.t proi osl to Mil, and tho securities now behlnj llie lolling debt could he used ns uol'alrral fur tho notes. rtleHt. l'nul rind North irn l'aclflo list year earno I 8 per cent on thu stock nud It docs not sum sound financiering to loll so good an RMct as that," Mellheif 1. Ilindr Krnit. 1'ortTt.ANi). Ore., Jlarcli 24 Mat thow 1'. DenJl, United Htati district Judge, died this morning. rv netelniinienls. New Voiik, March 24 There wero no new developments lu tho clbthliig cullers' strike to lay. II ill nits. I'rlnee lllsmaerk Hiiiiiiils n .NoleiiT Mneulns;. Ntw Voihj, March 24. The J'uiti Iltrlln dlspslch savsthatlllsmirtk 111 thu V.imlurflCr Xacltrxihttn utters n warning against thu diss rlutlon, which can only reult In auotlicrgooruineul reverse. It would Lo far bettir, hu siys, to abandon thu army hill now reintroduced, an! modify the bill at a more favorablu period lluu resort tu arbitrary methods. It transpires that rector Ahlwnrdt, before thu commit!) v of III ulr, uou fersed that bis papers wero stolen, and bii'ituJ thacouimltleeu to treat ttiei'ili fnsluii as LuollJonllsl. Chancellor Cuprlvl threatened to cpilt ihutom raltlct,lf the leipiest were granted. THE CHINESE QUESTIOH. OOlclal Correspondence on tin Subject with Mongolian Ministers. Nreielary Hlmrlon 1 nilenvera nils. plain llie lrlnelile tinier- Ij-lucllielseliielen -rl. Washinotov, March 21. Tho vol ume of correspondent with foreign governments for ISO.!, Just published by tho statu department, contains tho first exiosltlou of tho views of this government, as txireued by tbu late administration u 1111 the Uhlnenu re striction aud exclusion acts of lbbO ami lbO.', madu In reionso to rtiated pro testa by tho Chinese minister re'sldlng In this city. Isul Kwu Viu's last onmmuiilcuilononthlsrubJuLt Is doted November7lh, 1832. ll It ho roferred to previous communications by both himself and his predecessor, as far baclcas J annary loth, 1BS0, to both ticcretarlesjllalnunud Foster, "at an early date conveying to) ou tnovlewa uf tho 1'rettJeiit In un umple aud formal manner," Lutlliat ho had notrccched tho 1 romlsed atatemeut. Tuthls Lonnaunlcatlon Acting Bec rctary Wharton retillnl Deo. Utll clos ing tho correspondence to tho date of tho trejiaratlou of the volume. JI11 says the act ofUctoler lit, 18S3, (the Hcott law) lias brought about by re gretablutallurotocomplclH tho treaty signed at Washington or. March 12th, 1633, Tho failure of tho treat), through tho wllhholdmont of the Im perial ratllliatlon by Cblnn, ta)s Wharton, exertu I prejudicial Inlluencu li on tho American soutliuent. Wharton calls attention to thofact that the position of tho Chlueno In other countries and tho foreigner In China, Is different from that of the relations cxlrtlng between other natives aud foreigners when brought lulo contact with each other, due to tho Inherent, "Immlscrlbiullliy" of tho mongolian and Caucasian races. 1'asslug by the special occasions of grievances by reotou of acts of lawless, ucis, Wharton proci-edn to dlicuss the legislation which forms the basis of the protests filed. Jlesayi: "While more I reclsely providing for thu exclusion of new coming Chinese laborers to our shores, lu 1 uriusnco of the policy In regard to which thu negotiations ot the Immediately preceding years, has shown tho governments to be lu sub. stantlal acourd, thu new legis lation was aimed to meet the osio of Chlueso suhicts, actu ally residing and laboring In tho United Mates, by providing means whereby their rlgnt to remain and 1 11. Joy tho privilege sot residence, stipu lated III tho existing esses, should be confirmed to them, by an orSerly scheinu of Individual Identification and certlllcstlon. Tho shiluto as com pletely alms to protect tho persona aud rights of all Chinese persons entitled to residential t rivllcgca as It does to prevent their fraudulent enjoyment by those not entitled thureto.'' Thu necessity fur this legislation, Wharton observes, Is due to the fact that the heretofore existing temporary legislation wasabout to eiplre,aud tho further fact tlutt negotiations for fuller International accord on thu general subject fulled under conditions which uroused the belief that thu attltudu of China was obstiuctlvu and tbo claims uf the Chinese unreasonable. Wharton continues, "It Is regretable that tho attliude of the Chinese them selves p ears to be as much one of deflauce of the provisions of tho statutu as that of your government Is of a pro test against It, lundauio ot n fair tilal of its worklugt. As for the charge of unconstitutionality brought against the 1 euol provisions of the net In question, thut Is n matter to bo de termined 111) ou aru doubtless aware, only b) the Judicial branch uf the gov. eminent, which is ns freel) oien to the Chluete sulject us to thu cltlr.su of tho Unhid Hiatus. It is the duty of the executive, to enforce tho law and noexeoullvu power uxlsts tu evadu or repeal It. Ihn roviucu of thu cxtcutlve branch In this dlscustlou Is to bring nbuut a butler understand ing ol the matter nud reach a good accord as to thu prlnclles Involved, Huch accord should not bu far lu seek, as )ou ssy lu your nolu ot November Slh: 'It Is concudeel, that the Imperial government has nut en couraged thu emigration of 1 eop)e from China to the United Htstcs, but, an thu contrary, lu the neg tlutlor s between thuj.couutrlts on luu suljeet, has in a most friendly manner yielded to asueientlonof Imuilglullon,' Ulster haps unfortunate Unit tho tanglblu exjireesloii of this friendly disposition went no further than thu negotiations, whloh preceded thu pollaisu of the triaty signed 111 1M3. I unci 110 rea-on why a better understndlog may not be biouiht about, whereby the pnsl ilnno Culrn shall I o oik of ninlcnMo 1 ineurr ncu toaards 1 railn al aud pnettcal end, latbir thin ono uf olwtrutllon to the working of tbu inmsuns the ruiuiitiou of which has beam in n great degree forced upon tho ItglsUllv l-iwer ofllui Unite I Btates by the con duct of the Chlnise root lu In this country and by thu attlludo ol the lm penal government In their rog ltd." 11 it 111 Attlttt 1 0. lie Tlli llicml III. Ulle end llie Ahelllo lainlly. .v Yuhk, Match 21 Ulward rarker Dcuou arrlxed In Jiw Yorlt )itteriis) 011 the Trave. Deaoon'j hilr Is KM), nud the elleets of hla Imprlsiuiiietil la eMiIent In his faco and carriage "I nm ery tired," he sal J to tho re loiters "I havu had no eace for thu "st )ear. What do you wnutme to ia? I'eo1egsnerilly Have, been kind to mo during my tr utile' My i xnmi. tutlm was onu uf the longest uver known in 1 ranco, and during it thu magi rate sal 1 to me 'Stie Is without moral sense, y our wile. Hhe la wrong heru (touching his lureln si)' "Oiilylwu I'arlslau .1. urnnls worked for my conviction la (fault's rind llantu. Tiny recelvoj lurly fnucs u lluu for all tliey wrote arulnr-t uu. I know this to loafatt. Andwhata detlcable larully the Abelllol were l.inlle Abilllr, a hrotlierof Coco, pro iluced forget letteis saying tnal I Intended lo murder him as suou as 1 am out of prls 11. I would have had a duel Lef to I left France with tint Coco, but sumo friends of ralnu dbsualeline. I ho Atellles aru lm I Heated In tho I'uuama sciudals Their ircat wealth most of It rime from l'ansmi Sieculattou alii bribes. The I'anauiaexi osure stved mo from the Ir engi ance. They would net stop ntunytlilug. They even tried to I rlbo thu Judges lo conMct me. I brought suit against Mrs. IJcacon to savu my children from her Inlluencu and preicnce. All the American colony wire with me and I never lost a friend by the uulorlunatu tuslnoss. Thu authorities ollercd to let 1110 leave Franco after the killing, but I would not play tho coward, aud If Coco Abtlllo does not slop slandering mu I will go back and call him out. 1 and my uulldreu Uwlll llvo with Mrr. Diaoou's stepmother, Mrs. Ilaldwlu, who has always been my friend." A I tu! lire. fJimiitir, 01., March 21 There are meager details from l'aiihusks, Osagu nation, of a fire that destroyed a large Latt of the town, Including tho couue II omu, seeral large stores and many smaller I ulldlngr. Fivu lorsona lost their lives lu the llnr.es. IN THE CYCLONE'S TRACK. Stores Blown Diwo and People llort at Sbaws. Alanip lueluey I'nrlliillr ItralrsTsd nud Ia llw llcpaelsil lo.l. VlCKSl.Ulld, Miss , Match 24 Ad ditional oycloue news are received from passengers on the mldulght train from Meni his. They say tho storm spent Its force betweeu Tunica aud bnuws station, whloh am nbout laventy mllis apart on tho railroad. At Bhawa eorau stores wero blown down and 1 few cltlrens wcundoj. a tAcnvuv ni.sTmn i-i). Klwdoii. Ind., March 24. A hurri cane pused north of this city last ntgbt. At Alexandria on thu Lako Frlu and Western road the l.lpplncott mammoth lamp fioiory was partially destiotod, and William Angel aud sou, 1(3 years old, were killed by tailing timbers. imiAia: i.s ejvihai, iLAcrA iNDiANAfoi.id, March Jl. A cyclonic storm visited Indiana late last night. In this city filly houses were wrecked lu one neighborhood In thu northwest portion; many families ale temporarily homeless. At Tuxedo, h suburu, many housta are wrecked, mid several small ones carried away. Many residents passed thu night In cellars. Thu storm was ucoomiauled by heavy ram and Severn lightning. The Orcullu mills In thu northwest em 1 art had thu roof lorn oil and tho walls wrecked, llie Capital City cotllu worka weru badly damage-u. Many groat trees wero uprooted. Advices from all parts of the slate Indicate that much property was dam aged and that somu irsuus wero maimed. No lives were li st here, but a few 1 ersous weru injured. The l.oogeoteo (louring mill, the Catholic ohureh and the olty hotel were bully damaged At l.vausvllle the south wing of the Insane asylum wasdamsged. At McOordiviltethu hoJie of James McCord was blown down nud Mrs. McCor I wus fatally burr. At llruzll, out) ulldlngs, fences and treus wrlei leveled, tbu coal mines Hooded, and the loss utuouuls to uiuoy thousands. At Alexandria much damage was done tu rialdimes aud business houses. Thu l.lpplncottglais works were des troyed und John Audle, Jr., was kl)led, several others were Injured, 1 .f Clio (1.1 III Honolulu. HAN 1)1 too, Cal, March 21. Thu Ilrlllsli sloop of war M)iuph left this morning for l.squlmaull, wheru the olllcerseXecl tu llnd orders to go to Honolulu. I'l flfilOMI AMI HOM.V. NeualiiM M1rr1111.il en'l Teller lull on ll.trlillKl. WA6iltnei, March 24, It Is un derttuu 1 that the l'nsldeul Is looking about him for one who will londuct theiiuslonifllco on lurily business iiluclples. He said to Jteptosentatlve Lnloo uf reuuetseu this morning that lie would nj lnl "no dimagoglu poli tician comnilssiouer of enslons." Doubts rilsed as to whether he would appoint new commlisloucrs tu tho llrussels monttiry ounterenco brought Keuators Bhernian and teller, liolding omwilto views ou silver, to tho White House this morning. luey hud a con. fsreiieo with the I'tesldentou tho quis tlnn. COHTRACT HOT YET SIGHED. Et h j Sitms to b) Ready 0 Close tbo D.al. Titiiii:s tin: to mi'iit u. Itrdiichig Mages In OsItMdi dines. llie Union Itcslsls. II at Litate Antes. Tho refinery oonlraut was not s'goad last evsiilu, as In I been anti .luteal by mull), rhu succeisle de ays stem to be u sjrt of to bociuliuuail flair, Lut all havu appeared to tss lit unitary tu Ilia amusement of the details aud the settlement uf Tarl.tli iliieatloni that have utltou. All waanaJy for the turning rver of tho 1'ettlt aim lut uven'ug, to thu luts. rusted larttui said. 1 til retu t w out 1 have btou atlalueel earlier but that Mr ICInncy, lu Ills euili siami, subscribed jlO.OOO moiu than he coul 1 aRord, nud tho deficiency hid to ha supplied. The truitees weru to most last overl ing, nil. r tho ccmmlttics had clued their labjtr, but It was too late to gel them together, ro a meeting was called fir four e'eluck this afternoon, llcsllit, there were other Items to attend tu, mi Imi cttant ono being on examination of thu tills to the refinery site. I'l u ab stract has been furnished to Judje Dooflourow tu piss upou. Al .120 o'clock this nllernoon thu Judgu was busily engaged examining thu apers, which aru of n oonij licited naturi,nud bad not arrived r.. " qon elusion. It Is confljcutly asielted that the contract will bo aiguoJ this afternoon. LOW BILM.lt CJAU8ISU UIW MAUl.a. Bomoof tho Colorado mining com I anles are following tho course pursued by the llulilou-lleck lu the maltor of cniloji.' wsjev, being fottej like that lominny was, tu this position, by the low price of silver. On Tuesday tho Humboldt and Way Up mines nt lillurlde closed iluwu uing to tho mliitrs refusing ti work for I perdiy, Vesterday thu mines resumed work with a fu I lonu ol roeu. l'Jeut) of miners were found whu were only too w llllug tu work at the $3 I er day rite. Jlutfewof the old employes were re employed. Ills said ihar tbo action taken by tho management of the Hum. I oldt reducing miners' wanes wilt bu I uriued by thu bmuggler Union min ing company. Tnu Buiu (ler-Uulou comiiany has beeu operalng for some lime pust at a Loss owing to thu low pilce of silver, and (lis tropcrty will eventually close down unless the price of silver appreciates era reduc tion lu miners' n ages Is inaugurated. Till: IIMOI iSIANI). Thu Mlncre'uuleii lu Colorado srems inclined lo tuku a stand It, favor of refusing lo ecrmlt a reduction of wugus during tho low rice of sliver. Un Wednesday, men werklng lu a shall In the New York Chance mlnu struck for an a Iraucu of So cents per day. Huperliileiucnt I'.synolds re fused thu demand and cl sed down thu mini, rtirru dollars had beeu paid to thu miners at work. Next morning some noil union men went to thomlLu to go lo woik, but were takeu away nud forced to leave thu neighborhood. The Miners' unlou held a meeting yesterday and have taken tbo matter luhand. liioy are d Ivrmlned that hcioaftur no man shall work ut shaft work or timbering forltts than Too per day, and If any should attempt It there will bo trout le. Tho miners claim that this is Ibeonly minuthat has askud tho men to work for less thou $3 60. KOUS. On Thursday Henry Cloyd, a miner employed at tho I'enrose inlne, near Leadvllle, was oiushed by a uavu In of rock. News from thu Deep Creek country Indlcati a that extensive development Is being carried ou lu thu mince there, with the anticipation that the Deep Creek railway schema will malurlalltu and ullord an opportunity for ujunlng up the rich fields of thut section. Indications are that Itoutt oounty, Colorado, which adjoins the Utah line at the eastern limit of Uintah couuly, Is going to havo a gold I lacer eiellu. ment the lomlng summer. Many cJalma havo already been taken up, and proaicctora are crowding In. Just to what exleut tbo larers exist has not been determined, but that section of the country Is known b bo rich In mineral. Tho l'beunlx Mlnlug oimpany Is making preparations for thu erection uf nu enormous dam three and a half miles abovo Its ropirly on Cave creek, Arizona, by the aid of which there can bu oblatned sulllrleut power to hydraulic tho entire mountain. All Ihudlitln the mountain runs i later gold, and alter It is washed from llie ledges the iiuarts will bo milled. Two million dollars will be put In the enter prise. Intelligence of whit msy prove to bu a heinous duublu murder, with tho In tention of robbery or tho satisfaction of vendettu, haslieii received from the mining district near Wlokeubiirg, Arlaoua. An old Meilouu named .Monttr, ln comany with Ills ton, a boy about fourtien years of age, had been placer mining In that section for some time. lor liberal days past parlies who paused thiir claims regu larly failed to mo them, an J yesterday morning a Mexican wont to Iho cabin for somu puri'Oto and, opening this door, found thu boy lying in uno corner dead aud In an alvauced statu of decomposition Jlshlud thu house was the head edid feet of thu father, as they Jay In Hi" ashes of a fire that had ooniutned forest of the body, Thu skull of enuh victim had been crushed with a 1 c)i wd thu body of the old man lliruw II upon the wood pile, whloh wai llieu let on lire, anil as It was uouiuiued the head and feet relied away. That part of thu county is mined ptlnolialiy by Mexlcaus of hard thariier, an I It li thought they comnilttml the deed with tho in, list uf rubberr, at every orcuuyof Uiu cabin had biu lonsackud. HAIl lAltllOLKAUIHII HOV'f . Today's ulenrlng house exchanges amounted In $S07,R8v; tame day last yrr, J270,1on. Deoreusr, fo2,v74 IIIDIY'S IJIIOTATrOlt. New York Hllver,..v, liaJ, JJ.07). Doudou Silver, STf, .. OUR Alfll lit I LION, . Well, Fargo .V Co. receive! today, Mliur bullion, SH'). r. It Jonea .V Co. rcoslvod Inlay : llillllon, fltJO, ores, tooOO. Total, flV.VUO. MtUornlok A. Co. reoelvod today! Hauauer bulilon, JAlHk). Assajir C.urns had In tola)', for testing, una lot of Democrat uio 25 tots, und one other Control. rSIL ESmk THIVSICHS ;iM Is lhrKKnorirmnli rrtofiltr oT Sail Ijtkt IU- tin ilmn Spm. rTi'49. . M. Hater ant wife lu Jamsa lleeeallr. Il nan lianl7,eork , II II III nWu.lua . 00 11 ralla. I , IhtTM I llerlev, part ol b iKk I, plat II ,. ita) raj T A li.e.i nj ! lirltasitelo Jeih auntelier, leuln llaels, leant A Mrleaea4mnn .. . ? ISO CO 0 .lrlitlal ijjr marajial lo I His llh sioalieitu, art er let ,blmk cA,tilatA H n .. OUooo Kmllf llatu ei s to Anna II (llasn, . mitlelt buekl,plat H I in Isabel Wflllh lo J L Mew art, seulh K.lois bit kls latll. tee Jcsa li. Ilansan an! mm lu lirsel Israeli, iisrt of ssellon s, town ship s, aoalk ranss I east ... SO 00 u. s . .1 a war un t Itirbsrdi ronton latent lull tfaeillonll, town. lips teu liraagleat.....H. tasr ruaa aincat lort llarehtllli, noo e leoseona. II Nat tors Uaansl '. laenfso'a eir Naitaanoa . Tft Ateliane n, laeios UalL.... IS', (.eelral I aeido t Hook Islam . . Burlington trl" tt I aul AlHnana are, Rle llrands rd Ul, leiaal'soiao. v Northern I aetac la Unianlteeao. MH rrerarraO ir larso Est reel is f.ortnwiielrM 10 vlaMra Uolaa-. M North nienaan. 11' Money asir,l tur ailier,Sii, Slocks eloied aMa-lr. Saw liniK, Uan-b Jl-Tlin fact that an onlerfor lialr a mi lion anil roe export hat beau canMl. lis I n tameable erlret on the alueka after 11 with slvancaa ml alouir Uio line, rausias to llie lull point and more in aouio IDauncsa. Aleoon the market naa strone. tiiaraunei s clo-in i lollowinx are the elottiis lotetions reater dajreTenma' or tbo accurlllea in wtucfi lodl raaders aro moat likely to I interattad 11 til. . SIS 11.(1 so 1 antral Paeine ts , 1 reI-rrod.K ... flu II All II... Ml Kir. I :t( N rthem I'Solua IS Wella larsu lM I Termed .. I1H tNeiltrn lnlua wvi', Or'n ebon IJue w oiiiuaoii Miaxar Uairairo. March 21th Whllt-Stea Ir, eh, II 'i Mar, " Corn-Iiwrl eaati, la', Uy, I ', Mala faaarieaib.Simi afae ai;, i luik-tltalrioa.li, iU Uar, IY.M. IjarO-tealyleaah 11.19 Majr II 15 IUliB-ltJ)r;cuu,!INjMar, Uou. Mya-lj. Iljrlrr-"! riai-llt4, lltnuthy flO. .Supicmu I'liurt In the Hupromo court eestorday atleruoon thu casu of the People vs. Cass Hlte, apiellaut, from the First dlitrh t court, was called on. 1'owirs A. lilies aud Loefbourow, Montgomery ilKahn apioari'd for thu uplaut, an 1 John M. Zins for tho resiondent. Hlte, the defendant, uu HeptemberO, 1611, killed Adulh Koblur at (Ireen lllvur,Ulnb,iaud eluie that tlmohu lias been tried twltu. In thu lint lustancu Ilia Jury disagreed aud Hlte was ro leised on ball ending n second hear ing. In tho second hu was found guilty ot murder In the second degree und sentenced by Judgo lllackburn lo light years lu Uio penitentiary. Hu appealed from thu Judgment to llie Huprimu court, and inuring n certlfl. lite of probablu euusr, has remained In Jallatl'rovo lustiud of buglntilng to seive out Ills seuleiire. Alb rney lilies madu theopeiilug argument latulu the alternoou and tho case was resumed this morning. Thu ca occui led almost tho en tiro forenoon. CUUIIT tlOTIS. In the case of Chat. Houfertttnl. vs. Klambeek As l'arsous Judgement has been etiti red by di fault In favor of tho plulnllirafor J'ilJOJ. Allert W.Jatiseiiva James K. H en ter, Jiilgiuutil lu favor or plulntlil for tSWJ7. llrown llrcs. ,1 Co, vs. li. 11. l'ar sous; Judgment in favor of tho defend unl for tho return of certain itoperty or 1000. Halt Lake Vinegar Co. vs. tho Halt Lake l'lckle Co; Judgment lor the plalritll! for $ I73.W. A warrant has been iwued lu Justlco Ilnll'a court for thu anctt of W. W. Wilsou, teamster, who Is accused of cruelty to animals. West ('al)lo Mliiiiiff, Klc, Co. With the county clerk today wore II led Iho articles ol Incorporation of tbo West Cablu Mlnlug A. Milling company, thubuslueMof which Is the mining und milling of ores uoulaliilug I retlous metals aud minerals, Thu geniralulllcuof the company will bo In Halt Lake Cll). Hie amount of thu capital slock Is $1,500,1)00, dlvldel Into 'K) ),lUU shares of the pur value of fieicli. Tho luiorporatora uru lleorgu Ityau aud Chus, ri. Ilerne, who Imvu eacli subscribed for hi, tfoaiiarus, J.O. Clalu 1,730, J.ll Harlow, II. II Hiwyer, and lmoduruD Da u J7,6uO each. H, II, Huw)er has been chosen ; resi dent; J. U. dale, vlie resident, Chat, H. Home, tieuaurer,aud (Jeorge Ityau, seoretary. nirnciji.T opfcUAnos. It Hm rerformid by Hr. Iliuedlct on Joseph lougnorlh. At noon today Dr. Jlenodlct, assisted by DoctorsHmlth, Anderson und Hharp, I erforniud a dllUtult operation on Mr, Joseph Iionguorth, It tonslstuj of thu removal of an Itnmunso cumuiDut giowthfrom tho lift groin itndadja. lent parts. Its site was that of un ordinary soil hat, and ha 1 been In cnaslug In ulmenslons during tho wholo winter, Ttiltlsthesesond time that Dr. llene tlct hu operate I on tho same put of tlili pntlint'a Ixxly, and It wasonly uuderlakeu now ns a matter ol relief an I with a view to prolonging llie (fluent's llfu for a few months and making his condition uiorecudurnbln to himself nud friends. Tho else It tinl'iuo as to Its position nu I duration, ns such cases as n luio run nmucli morn raj Id cotirie. An improved instrument kuown res I'acsuelln'a ranter) was used to che.'k the proline How ot blool, rills curious tool can be ketl at a red hut lor any length of time, thus avoiding the ne cessity of repeated lientllns. Mr Douunofth'sonudlllori was fair at tlits uoncluslon ot the operation, though In, was very weak. Mr. UeorgeHavagu took a photon ruili of the o i ration for future refer ence. Ho thutamura Is made to play Its port lo aid sutlerltig humanity. At last accounts thu 1 silent wis testing comfortably. Ill till' llllll-.ll Mission. (IWenabilofcir) Flder i; A. Br ill, rd li released as traveling l'.lder lu the Manchester con iirincennd appointed to labor In the Liverpool cMcc. l.ldirlt. H. Watson It honorably re lented ns Iran II g Klder In the Hoetllih confeieuco to return home. Aircstril In h itiprj Count)'. Sprfint lllipnlck fo fas NkKS I'ltoW, March 24. Janiirs Yorgasin ol Fountain (Ireen wasatiestod yester day In F.mcry county by Diputles Claws in aud Ilex, aftir n ihaui of thirl) inllet, ou tho charge ol adultery, alligeil to liao In en committed with n lutal wlfe.Thu ptltoner was brought to Frovo by Hex this morning. Weil Totl.ty. At 10 SO this mofulnir, Alomo II. Ilutlli., youngest sou of Wm. and i:ilxibetlilIuttloofthuHlxtli ward of tills til) , died at his pareuls' residence, Irom heart failure, brought on by an ntlackuf rbeuuiatlsm. irelorday the deccaseil attained hla sixteenth birth day. Ho was first nttacked by lullam matory rheumatism when hu was live yiarsof fce. Huapiisrenlly recovered, ut was stricken down ajaln. and tlie Illutsa which rallied hltu oil wis the esvenlh Httsck. With eaeli re curreruu uf thu Illness It gained nu lilm, uud Ills suUerlU) shave beeu ory seviru. Thu bereaved family havuthu sympathy of a host of friends. l'no fur erul of Ihu decessed will take place from the Hlxth ward meeting houso tomorrow, thu scrvioes oonimoiiilng nt noou. Tot Intuitu hliccimen. IiCtters from Utah aheepmen In Bouthwistiin Wycmlng state that up to thu present thsy have boon artlcu larly fortunate In having very light losses. The) havu managed to keip lu protected districts during tho heavy storms, and thu loss of shuop bus been less than uu average up to the i resent. They anticipate that, although the continuous stormy weather Is unusual, Ihu spring will soon open to that there v. Ill I o no further danger to sheep Irom snow. further north In Wyoming, how ever, Ihu reports are not so encourag lug, as man)' sheep havu died through thu heavy storms. It Is said that III many notions llie losses have beeu propoillojately gruater than thovo ret urtud from thu divert In western Millard and Juab counties where many sheep had died recently through the 1 lolongatlou of wintry weather. ToJnj'sl'iubato loot I. IJitalu of KJward I'alrbouru, de ceased. Order made atiolutlui; np I raisers. Fitat. of Thomas Tibbie, Hr , dicetsed. Decreu entered allowing final account nud distribution. 1-statoof John Krlcksou, deoensuJ. Hearing on petition for silo cf real estate and protest of F.rlkii l.flokson filed, l'rotcst denied and exiAiptlou takou und order made as prayed, Hitato of James Ilsrry, deceased. Certllluitu from Third district court of dlsmlaitluf suit filed. Order madu a. lowing account. l.sluto uf Jurumlah McUraly, de ceased. Hamu order as tu the Harry case. l.itatuof John Norman, deceased, Hearing continued till thu Mth lust. (irnsshonpeis llntililu (lut, Ueorgo W. Crochtron, of Hist lloun tlful, Davit county, allied at tho Nn b cfllco today and stated that a short Urnoagone gathoiod soma rloh soil from his garden ami placed It lu lant forcing frame and deposited cibbagu and tomato seed lu It. Tho pit ills commenced to sprout nicely In due time, Lut simultaneously with naturu's action lu this respect occurre the hatching out lu thu frames of appsr ently thousands-of grasshopper! which have completely destroyed ull signs of egetatlou. Tlieru were a groat rnauy grasahoi a.rs In ll.uutlful lust season and thepresenl cro)iltthe result of eggs deposited last rail. lleilJiuts of Davis county aro hop ing thut thu continued wet weather will dottroy most of the eggs. Homo 1 1 uiu Ji.iuioa. I.ait oveulug I.lder Henry D. Has sett of this city, called at the Niwb, He retutned on Tuesday from a mission tu tho Hamoau Islands. Ills departure for that field of labor was lu June, 1600. Ills health was not thu I est, but lie wns able to prosecutu Ills duties ssu mis sionary, and returns homo lu thu but of spirits. llinss I lupemeiilt. Anna, Ills., Maroh 2 1 Hie story fromht. loult nbuut the ulopemrnt ot half a doren couples from here appears to ho without foundation beyond thu tlipemontof Ilorus and the two Coin, iiiun girls. Their father left tho sick bid to go after them. ELECTION REMINISCENCES, Was Sopjrlntenileot o Walervjorks Ryan a Victim of Jobbery? A a'roiiilneiit liberal l-nllllrlaii an mates uiul Telia lion II us tloue. A well known Liberal politician ' who lias corralel many Totes for his party In years that are pulsed but who claims to have been Ignored by those whom he hat assisted loolllce, said to a Nk3 reporter this mornlngi "I , iiollcuthst the paper you represent Is having n good doil if fuu nt the ex. psnso of tho city waterworks depart ment. That Is all right; the publio laughs with you Jllut this should also bo romemberoJ that thu fellows who draw full pay for the small nmountof work they do are also laughing laughing at Ihu soft snap they have got. I havo to give) ou some pointers as to h w things aro run lu tnal department, rue city council should su to It at oncu that the hialtli commissioner, sanitary Inaiwctor and some good detectives weru turned loose on It with out delay with n lull ttock'ot dlslnfec lanla and Hull laiitirnr. "I have remained quiet for a long time-," roulliiuod urn gentleman, "because I have taiou aihamed to acknowledge the rottenness that ex isted lu my aily, hut things have atilvtd at that stage when I don't feel like ro iiatnlug silent auy longer. Drunkenness und kindred evils exist to nu alarming extent and tho city lays thu bill. It's a sliamoend should bu toj ;ed. "Now, I am going lottllyou some thing you don't know, something the 1 ublla has Hover heard. It It Hut! A slnglo man whose name It la not necessary to urn Hon and who docs husluss in thu western part of the city aud who Is kuowu by ever) hobo In Ills district has got n 'pull' and bslnt, more than ordinarily ilrver ho pulls very hard and well. Ho keeps a bonding houso and saloon, v. Itt stdo Issues lu dlirereut ails o, Iho city, "'hen ho Indicate, tnal a certain Indi vidual bo tlvon employment, hla wish Is nt once acceded to. The result would bedlsailrouslf It were otherwise "1 Ills gentleman wolked his wires well rtor to and at tho last city election. You will remember that Mr. Ityan was n candidate for city marshal. To guarantto success It wst absolutely necessary to havu the assist nncuof hla Irlcnd in the western part uf town. This friend pledged himself to ltynn but covertly did all in his pow er to defeat htm and he succeeded, too. "Now I will tell you why ho did not waul 11) an to I u elected marshal. As tongas the latter was superintendent of waterworks thu friend was suru tu gethlseniloyesat his hiarJIng houso aud saloons. It was money In his pocket. Had Ityan been elected marshal some other iersiu would havo been chosoo to fill the olllceof waterworks superintendent aud It wai evident that a rusn could not be found for that rosltl u to clearly In harmony with tho rnanho lulled Ihu strings. Yes, this man wanted Ityan as superintendent of water tioika, and hu wanted hint badly, but bo did not want him tor marshal; set? "Aiiothcrthlnil would like to any, and that Is, that 1 will bet a thousand dollars to ouu there are uot six tsxpsy irt ulwotk for Ityan, and they aru retty nearly all single men, too.I havu recommended men lor work mon with families, but they don't get.lt, and that It why 1 am around." mDIMlS 01' A lOUO.SKK'S JUttY l lint They Say Itegardlug tbo Death sift rank Xuxoll. Coroner Taylor held an Impueit to. day ovirthe remains of Frank Nuxoll, whoso death was annouuoud In last evening's Nina. Tho Jurora weru Charlua Hlliisoii, Thomas llorlate and Daniel Cumomlle. Piiuy n turned the following verdict: "Wu llnd that the demised tamu to hit doilh from uloohol liasteued by the too freiuent me of a medlolnu prescribed by hit phytlilau, com. loiet of digitalis uud clrtuhonla, with directions to be taken lu three hour doses, he having taken as muih lu ten houts as hu should In forty-eight, and this wu think is the lauta ot hit diath." Relatives la Columbus, Iudlsns, havu wired Instructions tu havo tho body buriej here. This will be done onit iriday next under tiio auspices of tho ralloi's Union, of which tnu do ceased wus i member. Mill A MIOUTIIAM) TitANSCIUl'T Stenographer I red MiCurrlii and Ills Seniles lu I lie JUrtlu-llojer tunc. Judgu Howat and Tt omis Mar shall, of tho committee of Inquiry to Investigate tho charges ngalntt United Htates Commissioners Martin uud Moyer, weut boforo the Huprema court, upon the opening ofthlsuior Ing's tetslou, aud stated that while tho olllilul stunographer (Mr Fred Mo Curt In) was willing te give his services III tho casu so far as concerned tho taking down of thu testimony, he considered that ho ought to bu puld fur tho entlru oust of transcription. It btoimo necitsiry, Judgo Marshall said, that the uommtttee should bu furnished with a complete transcript, as ceiisln iortloiia of It woull bo requlru I in thu uomi llutlou of their report, to form part of tue oourt roiord. ( nlef Jtiitlcu alio double I whether thu coutt had tho power to make any such guarantee for payment ot the coit of transcription, but said they were willing tu certify for the same to tho department of Justice at Washing ton Upon at plication nf tho committee, an extension of five da)s wstgr nteJ them lu which to frame their report.