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OHIORIVEifREAGHES 1i O RIVER REACHES REACHEiTHE REACHESTHE I
THE DANCER LINEIpsing LINE
Ipsing sing F Foul inlnches Inches an Hour at CincinnatiSituation Cincinnati CincinnatiSituation CincinnatiSituatiohl
Situation at Pittsburg Pi Less Dangerous DangerousNew Dang rous rousNcv
New York Rivers Rising
April prt 22At 10 10r 10ticuk 10chk
Ohio OhioInefek
Cincinnati r here reached reaehttftet 49 49what 40f
nhlo hl < > rl1r
Inefek chk the e edatf what hLtt Is 1 called tho thohero thodanc tl tldant
trllll
f ftet et just Ut II fot Oit The rIse hero Is i icr 4 inches inchesoclock IncheAfr
datf datfprbiM danc dant ll tni th it by 1 oclock the llood lloode loull Itou Itouach
prbiM fr cr bUt E rie he e Orlli Jrnnd Central Centralan CentraltatlOfl Centralelaton
f
1111 rellh aCh 1 V 11 be used until untilthe intII3D
1 thl rate can an II 1nt 1ntID
tatlOfl at enter enterrM enterIng cuterfng
toads
elaton ntght but the t1 Ioals
ID ocock 01ck tmlght rraflgh1g for stop stopring atI1ng
urranElu
alrflIY
Ing It lre are Ilrn1y tarttflg frottu frol tho thofrom Jghlh Jghlhfte lghth lghthtr
rM 1ng lt at In starll Adlc S from rQlfl up 11 tho thomost Ihorivet ho hoIIver
tr 8t I ln n most 1 points and andof uindthe
fte rain lt tt 10 Int Intthe
tod todlhnv tndlae
rivet as the ttl ° lltB11g Vtttijurg crest crestleets creatpta
lhnv the rIver rtY rhine of the low 10wcl QVL r riverrbe river riversituation rhertrlbularlU
leets pta th th nO situation hero and 111 in invalley II IIt Inthe
fhe sltulton
trlbularlU valley IH now uerl uerlalong lerl lerlpus eut eutUuB
t the e lower uhlo baeKvater rIver along nlonl uley tll the ° f1 Llcklnl Llcklnlon Licking Lickingen lnfi lnfijaw
batlwalel
The inwidntd inwidntdat
pus UuB Hide 119 IU1 l1unllat l1unllatIarl
on the lentuckY efltukY Neporllnd Newport RuRI other otherubur Othrrubutb
Iarl ot CflInfl lo jn MIU tnn Ctk ck vaIly llcy Is i Cull Cullvi CII CIIt
ubur ubutb The 11 lr dauuIUi In tho th west westnd Westfld
vi t water and ding alluHu conditiOti conditiOtiitl
wtff similar
A conditon conditonellln
liO ti 4 simiar
nd at Clndlnol LIfl tlut cmlnn cnd tind along the Lit 1ltlie Littie
itl Iii Ih worst con condllon condtion
ellln DUltho Ut he
lie lismI bottOu11 nnll nnllIn nd ndin
jaw dllon dtion lamlbottol 18 t alonl along the of puIlc 1ubitc 7 the lauding Tws TwsszF Ilndlnl city where whereielWS sherewrs I
In the lower blocked part 111 and cclura cellars lned lnedwUb tilled tilledwflh
szF ielWS wrs are 11ockc A stage 3sJi 3sJiack of 45 feet cnUHes cnUHesd CftUCniage
wUb water state statereached
und that
this section stlte stlteIS
d maie In evening At 63 feetrams feet feettrlina
IS reached last enlcl the Ornd Oranil Central Centralflatun CentraltaUUfl
trlina rams cannot baseball park purkIs
nl t6 6 feet tile lnsebal
flatun taUUfl and nd al b3 3 feet the Ices races n at athe t tthe
Is i tooeJ ilooie stop All of ofr otthm ofthvse
must
ack i In Newport ttOll Al
track i
the he night and nd most of ofi otlhel ofthem
are In Inll
r thm IMVC lmis limits J today The crest cr HI of oftmiimrir ofl
them may ma conic Ildl
i
lhel tmiimrir l Hie 1 la I not 10t due here until unti
I o tumorrowbuthe le Ii lW I II wwbiUhe W tleteflt11afl Y le i nhMn t1ms been close closetumorrowbuthe closeanil
u cf made madeand iiadeand
1 b > anticipated antcpale ana nnl nnlucor preparations lalle
ucor Iaor lngl lschmnnn and anl city oinclaU oinclaUI 01clals
made tour of 0 Inspection In Inr pa pa
a
InHpecton
I I tda t jay Ua
1 Hooded le dlstr districts cU cUand
tri r l wagons around Iroum1 arourn the h II l
and afterward alt took o a boat oat Relief Helef will willbo wl
Ind adf adfo
t
bo ii provided r adfllt for oil llt the t IC e needy I The TheChicago
Chicago hl hlr ldb baseball seInl club arrived arrIvtdbut today todaybut tlodl d
but I the water lacks only onl on y yof ten Indies Indiesof nc 1 1Ioodlng
of flooding the par park and there will wl Wii Wiilikely not notlikely nollkelY
likely be belny any guniPH gallPs this Ihl week ne neraces Th Thrlce me meraces
races lkelY on thr hr > Newport track will wi w lii proceed proceedthis IJrOCeC IJrOCeCIhls procee proceethis
rlce this afternoon ntteroon although allulh the Coorser course IllS IllSI Is Isery
ery er sloppy I While Whie some of the I Ie rail railways r rveYs in inay
ways veYs ay may nia t be e unable to reach their de derots C CI
rots I Dts none will bo shut out of the city citynnJ clli c cOfl
wl
i nnJ Ofl 0 nd trntllc rtr f fr frurn rcim m suburban stations stn tons will willproceed wl vil11r3ceed
proceed oceed as usual usualAt usualc
c At Newport Ky Ii there was B3 3 fee feelnt feeat feeI t
I I nt noon the guage there thee being beln deeper deeperthan deeperthnn deepertinn
than on onthe the rhlnclnnall lhlnclnnal side A great greatf greutIortlon
I f portion of Dayton Ky l Is I submersed submersedi sulrerged sulrergedAt
i At Lawroiicaburff Indiana the fifty 1t 21 t toot
if foot oot danger line lne was reached rached at noon noonLand noonand noonnd
Land and nd a I general Inundation Inu lllol followed followedf flowed flowedAt f llowei lloweiAt
f > At Parkersburs lalrburg W Vn 1 a Maine M lnp Jul JulIan JulIan u utail
Ian and an Iarket streets are under wa waiter watcr Water ¬
iter tcr and the first trel floors 10or of ofbu business businessfilial buinsstes ln ls lsjllues
jllues tes are lre filial Jlnl uiii ci with wih water wal atr r In the ho rlv rlvcr rvcr rVecr
cr side and south fide suburbs the theI1 tholter thelater
I1 water lter Is In the second scconlBtorles stories and Inll him himdreds hll hiiidreds
> dreds are II homeless s Mayor Vnndervoi Ynndcrlotpts Vnndervotlas t tB
B pts has las appointed appoln Icd relief relef commitees committees nnd nnllall nnllall1lod aj >
tjlJed 1lod llcd to the public publc for funds fundsAt tunllsAI
At PortsmKh lortBm rh Ohio merchants In Inthe Intho Inthe
the lower districts are submerged sUbmerger and nndhundreds andhundreds
anl
hundreds of residences resldlncesilwe have been beel nban nbanr abandoned nbnnrioned
r doned In that vicinity vllnl vii laIty Public Publc schools schoolswere fchool c1iooi c1iooivtre
were dismissed dl mlssed at Ironton for the same samepurpose aameIlurpose aluunelurpose
purpose purposeEATHEn IlurposehnUTJER lurposeATIIEI1
hnUTJER EATHEn BUREAU RIVER DUL DULIhJiN nULIhJIN DULC
C IhJiN IhJiNWashington IhJINi
I i Washington Wa hnglon April AIrl tt 221 211 1145 45 4 u m mf ini
i f The TII weather bureau has Issued Issuel the fol folJ rd
J lowing special e etlal river bulletin buletn
V During the last 21 I hours the Ohio OhioDriver Ohiorlnr Ohioriver
Driver river has fallen falen taile 44 feet at Plttsburg Plttsburgmid Pltsllr Pltsllrlnd
mid lnd 55 i feet at t Davis DI Is Island Iland dam It 1
has ha risen < feet f t at Porkersburg lakerslmrg JI teeiut feet
tat lt iut Ilnrtnnatl lnrlnnlt and M feet nt Louisville
IulsI
EjThe Iho river will wi pass pas below the danger
dlnser
Kline lne litre J2 2 feet tt t nt lt a Ilttsbtirg 1111urg today tOIII totirt The TheEer 1 he hecr hecr
Eer cr et t of the flood looc will llln puns Parkersburg Pnrkersburgv0ll Ilrkersburg
v0ll Icdl tcda > The river will wi iti pass the danger dangerBJlne dUIJer
BJlne line M O feet at II a Cincinnati Clnclnnpt by ly tonight tonightDnd
lend arid tee crest crst will 1 jiaaa rnss that t place to
SrnorroH morrw At LouIsMlle LUlsle tho danger anger line linet lne lneot linelot
lot ot t 8 Ceel ct till 1 bc 10 reached renchec by b Tuesday Tues l
niym nIght There Th re ale lre no presunt Indications
Ireslntlndlcatons
I of a I cnajijro ehafe ehan In the conditions suillclent
10 ° c che k conditons sulclent
chCk Lthe the fnlllff fa1n Wftters ocr ° vcr the
upper Ohio OhioSlmed OhIoSlred OhioSigned
Signed Slred WILLIS S MOOUK 10Im
Chief I U S Weather Bureau HureauSITUATION BureauSITrATIO BureausIrfATION
SITUATION AT PlTTSHUnO 1lTTil3UflQI PlTTSHUnOrrJtlrturfPa 1ITTSBURO 1ITTSBUROTtsburg
rrJtlrturfPa Ttsburg I ittsburg Ia Pa A ANI AirIt rl 22Forccnitor r
Rdcea itiateftay of Cf the local weather bureau
san there Ihee will wi be no recurrence nce of the
reClrr
lod flood 11A1J A1J Al All three > rlWH wl continue
to fell fa fal 11 I and nd the rise rl e at the wi headwaters hCldaters contnue
I IS s not enough to
affect the fall fal In the
lower streal stein earn It I would take a steady Y
J ralnral raintall of 2 21 < hours he MId to f check chlck
tht th tal tati In the rivers and IIHI from present
Indications In leatol that Is not likely to occur
Ikel
At t 11 1 oVIock It I has ceased raining
here but lut WM IS still stl cloudy coully and threaten
In
log The Allegheny Alcghcn marks registered
>
2 f feet 9 Inches nhe and the Monongahela Monongahelar Ionungahela
2 feel feet HIth rivers are falling at the
r arl faln
rate of aWt
abolt 2 Inches an hour hourin
The AI Allegheny chen r rose ° SL nbout Ibout 2i 2 feel foeti
in
Fnc i last i nl FKht hl but as IS this water 21 will i1l
wlter wi
nl rIot ° lLfachIl reach Pillebur >
ur5 until untlsome gome time to toi torh
rorow tOrro i rh rhr r T m men < m n havo hno little lite npprehcn Ipprehen tme
slon bio of anchor flood floodFROZEN noodFnOZE floodPWJZFN
FROZEN TO DEATH DEATHl DEATH1unt11t DFATHflUntsvlfl
1unt11t flUntsvlfl l Tonn APr Apri 2SThcre Is Isi
from four to Six inches of now sno here
nM i It Vmi i Is still pUl snowing n < wlnK Much llch fruit has liasn liastd
teen een kltd kll1d td b by > th the ° cold coll A man man wa waav WIS
frozen n 1 death ath In the
r strects ycslcr ycslcroSm ester
day av
oSm Cumberland nusvlllc Iultele l is located on top of oftucky
mountain near the Ken KcnWESTERN
nelr Iien
tucky line Inc IncIN lineIN
IN WESTERN WISTEn IUNNSYLVANIA IUNNSYLVANIAi Il IINsyrrANIlittsburg SYLVANIA SYLVANIAlIlburK
lIlburK littsburg Pa Ia vni 22 22While While west westMMI
tin i > 1 Api 22Whle
MMI PennsyIa ennsYhanla yl ylLflnla Lflnla WB Was fair fairly out of the theof
cutches clUtches Sf ot the th n noot flood ° ° J thIs morning morn In fears fearsnL
of nL a a quIck ck rePetlon revelton of the disaster 11 ster and andM Ind
to Perhaps o 5 haunt PB onuan on an nereased Inrrel8ell scale seemed
thc
people Weather condi
unnt hOns ii ns ne lre not reaggUrnpi assurlng u I Is conll ninln ninll
raining In Pittsburg Illsburg arid arl advices from fromidwatern
the
hCIWAlerH idwatern of If If the Allegheny Alelhny this thisrni
mormi fllorning f Shod aholed a renewed rise rlle with a ain
rni in conlmell lure Continuerl u l Uowf downl downpou > Pour > rtlwel Warmer tempera temper
that Ff acting also al on the snow Inow was Wil a factor factoralso facIoI
o cauHd cau l some apprehension
80mI
The he ters nl this
Witer8 point hBVQ been bccneding
Ittndl I teadily redlng eding since 3 oclock ocock yes yesafternoon cs
terday afternoon aUlrnoonbut but the retreat rfrelt nan h
hlen ie ciylow > ery slow At 9 I oclock this thlmor mom n
1
lit lug e the Allegheny mark showed twenty twentynn
one ne f cet et a and falllng about ehowel three < Inched lncnc1It
anl faIlng aout
nn hour hturI hcurIt
It I Is Impossible to fairly approximate approximateri
th the 101 loss M reut resulting from the waters
ri J re1ultnl > r trm thl high water
rstmate tlmates vary var from 1000000 to 3000
11000 30
w 00 000 but the nr trst first t ngures lrurc will wi probably probablyA prolably
conle A Jarer nl nearer ter the th correct amount amountt
A t aketrh of ° the situation situaton would place
in the forejfround KOOO Idle employes
erploe
UO
wijo who ho In two days
of enforced Idleness
< aYI Intorrd
ti vitl lose 0 > e IJWOOO OO 000 In wages Damage to tollTifc
llTifc llTifcalonir along alon Pennsylvania Penns lvtnln ates avenue acnue and andi
to o the
vast
Westinghouse mnnufnctoi
al >
i Westnhoul
I Ia a Wllmerdlnf Wllerdlnr with the shutdown of
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1 1DESERET
DESERET EVENING NEWS NEWSlIUJ1
Jk T ra f V VTUUTII
TUUTII lIUJ1 AMI MJ t lilUKHTV lilUKHTVA1V 1ImI 1ImIMO ljIitIltlMONDAI
MO MONDAI DAY A1V APltIJ AI1111h14 IL i2lOOl 22 1001 1901 SALT SAUl LAKE h CITY OllY 1i UTAH UlI V NUMBER NU UMniiumo lBEU h 130h 130 9
nnd nndUoroughs am amBoroughs anclloroughs
other bIg cBtabllshmcnta nt Uankln
Boroughs estnblshments in the Turtle lUllle Creel Cr t valley valleyumountH Vlley VlleyUl0UniH niteyLtunOtrultH
II 1 lliu lliuagBreuata hO hOaggregate
half million more 1hu 1huIlmreglt
to it
umountH up hlif miion
Ul0UniH
loss to railroads Is estimated estimatednt e tmlled tmlledlt
aggregate Ilmreglt mllOIS
In Alleghony has hasmiffered ImsHurcrcd hmtssuffered
nt 100000 Property Aleghon
lt 1roplt
suffered Hurcrcd Injury InJul to an equal extent extentCOLD extentCOID extentCOLD
COLD wrArmm WnATUBU IN TENN1CS8E13 TENN1CS8E13Knoxvllle TJNNl3S1lKnoxville ENNESHlmInoxII
22The cold coldweather coldwellher coldverithuer
Knoxvllle Tonn onn April Apri
weather InoxII continues hero h The tempera temperaturo ttllletl ttllletltUIO tduilporitture
wellher le
contnues
turo was 3U 31 nt 11 1 oclock this mornlmr mornlmrKliiBsport 101nlnl 101nlnlWngHport morntntKingsport
Wil
tUIO
KliiBsport and ItoeotRvllle report rcportllny rcportllnyOrChlldH ninny ninnyorchardH lirlinYorciiardH
11 HOJclvlle
orchardH OrChlldH ruined Iulnld on acioiiut 1olnt of the heavy heavynnow hel helInow hieaV3sllo
nnow sllo brenklnir brcnl tho llinba Imhs Bristol and andotlicr 11 11otwr ttrm1otirer
otlicr Inow of o f tire < nJ upper 1pperrlnleH iurperTsnnleMsec TenneHgcc ee points poInt re report 1 1potl ruPOrt ¬
otwr port mow Bill fnlllMK falllg New river 1101 In InVirginia InVlrlnlf inirginit
Virginia Vlrlnlf 1101 Just Htl beyond HrlHtol trlstnl U II re reported 10 10portel 11jorted ¬
ported 23 feet out of banks nnd Ind doing dolnimuch dolnr doingurrtreim
much portel damage A landslide landslde at ItIIOWnH ItIIOWnHcui Browns HrownHcut
cut on calage the Norfolk Western railroad railroadnear rairoad rairoadnenr rnhirokulmmertr
near New Nol lllvcr Hver Vu has lUll delayed 11llyed traf traffic tl1f tl1ftc tm tmtic ¬
tic tc on Oi that t road roal trains tril ni being lelnH unnullud unnulludSNOW ullulel ullulelSNOW oruruiletiSNOW
SNOW IN flKOUdlA flKOUdlAAtlanta < lWHOIA lWHOIAAtanla lIOhtGLAAtlanta
Atlanta Atanla Oa GI April lrl 22 22The The weather weatherbureau weutherhureau weatherhtmreatr
bureau reports lellortl light Ihhtfrost frost this muniltit muniltitIn morll
In the Vicinity of Jacksonville JuckHonle Kin KinMcrlden IlnMerlcer FlaMeriden
Meriden Icnl Miss nnd nt Charleston S C CSnow CSnow CSnow
Snow Merlcer Is II 1lss reported Iportel at lt Calnesvllle Calne8lle In Innorthoost in innortheast
northeast 10rtheall Georgia the mountain tops topslioliiR tOPi topteing
lioliiR capped with wih white whiteAlbany whlo whloAilany whiteAlbany
Iolnl Albany Ailany In south Georgia reports reportl tim thnestimated thocslhnatc1 timestimated
estimated dntniiKeto dnrnetf cotton colon tit fifty ffy per perrait pelccnt percermt1
rait nnd that thlt water wltel melons melonl and can earntehoupes canteloupen enl
teloupen telolpel Imve been Injured InJul1 20 per rent rentFruit clnl clnlFruit courtFruit
Fruit In that section Heeton Is II apparently apparentlysafe apl1rent
safe safeAmerlctisln safeAnierlclRln
Amerlctisln AnierlclRln V southwest southwlst GeorRln Geon ln wires wiresthat wlnAthat virenthat
that considerable conslderhlo replanting repllntng of cotton cottonWill colon colonwi cottonviii
Will wi be necessary neCeIRUr
niVER nvrm AT MAWBTTA MAWBTTAMarietta MAIUlTTAMarietta IAmI TT TTlalletl
Marietta lalletl Ohio April Apri jrmii 22 22At 22At At noon the theOhio theOhio theOhio
Ohio rIver 11fr was 40 feet rind Ind rising 11 llg an anInch anInch aninchi
Is laexpected Isexpccted isexpected
Inch an hour Only one foot more
expected Five FIr glass blowers of the theHoyal theHoal thehloyal
Hoyal works were capsized cnp lzell In the Ohio Ohioriver Ohioriver Ohioriver
river and one of their number Joseph JosephEverett JosephEvoret JosephEverett
Everett Evoret was WIS mts drowtedTHi drOWIelrIm drowted lrovrieclTIIfl
rIm IUVER lVlm AT Ar n POMHROY 1mmROY 0 0Iomcroy 01omelo 0IOfllCrOy
Iomcroy 1omelo 0 April prl 22 22The The river rllr In InUS II
US 5 feet teel and rising two Inches nn hour hourTho llU lrotrrTill
Till TIl bu bUll1sS buslritnss lni98 portion porlon of ff the city cl U I from fromfour fromfoU fromaiIm
four foU aiIm to six teet under undll water waleI and burst buslnesH bu l
nesH 1 Is II entirely entrel suspended HIIslIlded Tho mer merchants nirerchants er erehnntB ¬
chants have all al moved to the second secondstory secondstory ccondstol I
story stol of ot their buildIngs bullings No mall mal has hasbeen hash iia iiab
been h pn + ni received rlcclved since Saturday fatlrda and none nonedispatched noneIlslntchpd nonerhiRIatcrfll
dispatched There are several severll Inchel Inchelor Inrhes Inrhesof
of Ilslntchpd snow on the ground Irolnd and drizzling drizzlingrain drlulns drlulnsrllt drizzlingrain
rain rllt his hal been falling faIlng all al day dayIUSINQ dayItISINO I IISINO
IUSINQ ISINO AT T LOUISVILLK LOUISVILLKLouisville IOUSVILE IOUSVILEIoulsYIe LOtJIIyILLiLouisville
Louisville IoulsYIe Ky IC 1 April Api 22The Ohio Ohioriver Ohhrler Ohioriver
river at this point at noon wAng WI rising risingan rIsingar
an ar Inch Inrh every everyhaif half hour nnd It in II be believed be1ed hehleved ¬
lieved by h > old oll river men that a stand standwill stnntlWil entanniv
will 1ed v it bo reached by h Wednesday tdnlmJa and that thatwhile thatIII thatdie
Wil while III die tlierd thtr will wi be a big bl river rlor there therewill thereiii
will iii 11 be bello 110 serious lerlous damntrc daninigeItfftNG damntrcIUSINO damt damtHSING
IUSINO HSING AT PADUCAH PADUCAHPnducah PJDUCAI PJDUCAIPUdUClh PADUCAIIPrrducahr
Pnducah PUdUClh Ky Ii April Apri 22 22The The river Is larlslns Isrising isrising
rising rapidly with wih 30 feet on tho thogauge th1gnUle thogattge
raplt
gauge The 1he Tennessee Tennes lo nnJ an Cumber Cumberland Crzrnberlnmnl CumberInnd ¬
land gnUle rivers rlerl are pouring heavy volumes volumesInto volumesInlo volumesinto
Into tho Ohio nnd river men len predict predictthe
the biggest bll1eHt hood In years yoaiaSTOKM yearsSTORM CI CISTOml
STORM IN I CONNECTICUT CONNECTICUTNew
New Haven Conn April Api 22 22The 22Thehen 22Thehicavy The Theheavy
heavy hen storm of Saturday night Ilght and nmlBundny Iml ImlSUldny andSunday
Sunday SUldny which Hooded nloller all 11 the rivers riversnnd riversand riversand
and lakes hak nf o the state caused far less lessproperty lesl lesl11rlert tesshnrPertY
property damage dall than thul the conditions conditionsnt conlltons conlltonsnt
nt midnight Inst night Indicated Inrlclllc Short Shortly ShortI ¬
ly I after that hour hOlr the flood lood began to tosubplde toIUbFlde tornubFide
subplde IUbFlde WliiFtcd WlnFtl1 was 1rs 8 the Ibl th worst suf sufferer IUt IUtfcnr suffertr ¬
ferer by the storm Ftom thoiiRh thollh oven there therethe Iherothe therethe
the damage dCllal was Wil confined mainly to the thelloodlnp theloodln theIioodln
lloodlnp loodln of streets Htreell and cellars cel lre
Marshalling Iarshnlln theses manifold mnlroldlems Items of ofdamage ofdamage I
damage to other olhernlacnt adjacent communities communitiesthe cOlunlfo
the tl total tot III of 1000000 00000 tan Tin n easily ensly be bereached le lereach bereached
reached reach The mills mils along alol the river riverfronts rlertrontR riverfronts
fronts el will wUllot not be nl alII > l to resume relume before beforetomorrow befomtainorro
tomorrow tomorrol The railroads rlirals are nl rapidly rapidlygetting rapidlygetting I Iietln
getting ietln Into shnpe again a lln and Inl by b evening eveningit
it II Is expected that nil 11 trains trins will wi bo borunning borunning beraumning
running running on schedule Iclldlle time timeIltSINQ 110 110mSING timeRISING
RISING RAPIDLY HAPIIY AT HUNTINGTON IUTNTINOTONHuntlngton HUNTINGTONHUltlslm IIETNTINGTONIluntimigion
Huntlngton HUltlslm W Va April AI 22Thi 22ThiOhio 22ThoOhio 22Tue01mb
Ohio 01mb river Is M 3 feet and rising rlHln 15 15Inches 15 15Incils 15irrchros
Inches Incils nn hour All Al tributaries In tho thoerntrni thoclltrl thueemitml
erntrni clltrl and 1 nIl fcouthern soutlrn portion porton of the thostate Iheflall thestate
state flall are falling falln at headwater hndater but hil tho thoCiuynmlotte thoGuandole tireauyarmdotte
Ciuynmlotte Guandole Twelve wele Pole and Sandy are nrorising or orrlslll arerising
rising rlslll within forty fort miles mils of the mouth mouthNmvs mOllh mOllhNfwS mouthNevs
Nmvs of suffering surernl and Ind great rrel damage damagocontinue damaso damasocontnUel damagecontinues
from Many iulntsrttong points pointsalong
continue contnUel to come Crm room Ial olnll
along ntl these streams No lom of life lifehas Ifo IfohJ lifehas
has been reported this morning morlnA Tho ThoOhio ThoOhio TheOlrio
Ohio will wil likely lkely not exceed 55 feet here hereNumerous hereNumerous hereNumerous
Numerous ed d neighboring nelshborlG towns are arC Hood Hooded 100d 100dd floodKflNTUCKY ¬
KENTUCKY 1m TUKY KIVBR HYER GOING GOI a UP UPFrankfort U1 U1Frnkfort UPrmnkfort
Frankfort Frnkfort Ky April Apri 22 22he Thc Ken Kenttirky Jien Jienturk heuituck
ttirky turk river rh r IB rising rlln at this thi point 2 2Inches 24 24inches < 4 4Inches
Inches nn al hour Henvy Il rain rlin which be began began begao
gan Sunday morning mor In Is II still AI I fallln falntt Tii Tiidanger Tho Thodanger Tholler
danger ller pont Is II not t reached reachedTUB reachedTI reaciiedT1IF
TUB TI CHBMUNQ CI INO IlECRDINQ IlECRDINQWmlra mClmtO mClmtOlmlm IIECFDINGBimira
Wmlra lmlm N Y April ANI 22 22ho Tho rain rainceased raincease raincennmned
ceased cease here last Ilst night IIMlt The Chemung Chemungriver Chemungrhcr Clmemnurmgriver
river Is I rapidly Ipldl receding rcedlnH and the rail railroad r11 railroad ¬
road roal trains ore 111 running runnluA more regularly regularlyThe Igularl IgularlThe
The damage done hero was as confined conflnoilmainly eoutnr confinedmainly
mainly Inlnl to goods gods In tho cellars celnre of the thcstores thealorel thestores
stores alorel Thc he river reached rClchcd last night a aheight 1 aheight
height helsht of Jt 124 12 feet ect above low 10 water watermark wiier wiiermark waterumnark
mark Much I uch dnmnge dnmove from flomthe the floods 100ds Is Isreported II isiOrtei2
reported from the Cownesque and Tlcga Tlcgavalleys Tlc1 Tlcgavalleys
valleys Rlcys In Tlogn TOa county la 1a barns to tobacco 10bacco totacco
bacco bacco nhedH nod Ind other outbuildings outbuildingswero outluldlnKI outluldlnKIwer
wero wer washed away and n farm fln lands IIls were wereInundntCd rveraInn wereInunllnted
InundntCd InundntCdTHE Inunllnted InunllntedTil Inn ndatcd ndatcdTIlE
THE Til QENBSSEB OE ESSI COAtING Cml G UP UPllochestcr UPHochcster UPflochiester
llochestcr N Y April Apri pr1i 22 22Durln 22Durlnthe 22Duringthe During Duringthe
the post ost 21 hours the Oenesaee river riverhas rher11s riverlimos
has 11s risen three feet and all It I II is rising risingat
at the rate of nn Inch per hour moornumber A Anumber Anumber
number to cellars celnrs on Iront street are nroflooded orotoodNI areflooded
flooded Advices from up fl lie valley valleysay mie mieso valleyany
say toodNI so the lowlands are Ire again n lln submerged submergedand submefell submefellant
and that several streams have run overtheir over overtheir oertheir
their ant banks Thc loss lo s to farmers Carmel who whohave whohno w whave
have been plowing will wi be considerable considerableTHE cnslderlble cnslderlbleTIE
THE MOHAWK IUSINO IUSINOAmsterdam mSINOAmslerdlm ItISINGAmsterdam
TIE IOtA WI
Amsterdam Amslerdlm N Y o April prl 22The Mohsuk Mo Mohawk Io Iohlwk ¬ I
hawk river has risen 10 feet since Sat Saturday Snturlnr Satunlay ¬
hlwk rien
urday night and Is still Itl rising rlslnl already alreadybeing nlrendylelnl alreadybeing
being urlnr higher hcr anl than In many years enr An Anabuttmetit Anabulmer Anabuttnnent I
abuttmetit lelnl h t of the West est Shore bridge at ntPattersonvllle atPalerlonJe atPattersonville I
abulmer Pattersonvllle gave gle way WI early this thlamorning Ihlsmorlnl thismorning I
morning PalerlonJe and necessitates necenlnteJ trains trlM from fromthat frm frmthat fromthat
morlnl
Central Centralfrom Centralfrom Centralfrom
that road 10011 being beln run over the
from Utica to Central Junction Juncton east eat of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this city clt Utca Some Some of the mills ml8 along nlon tho thoChucknnunda thoChucl theChuekanunda
Chucknnunda Chucl < nnundn creek ore nr shut down downowing downowing downowIng
owing to the floodPOTOMAC flood floodPOTOMAC 10ol
POTOMAC ntvnn mrm RISING RISINGWashington mSINGWashingon nISINOWashington
Washington April 22 2ZThe The weather weatherbureau weatherbureau weatherbureau
bureau Washingon has ha Issued a special lpclll river bulle bulletin bule buletn buhictin ¬
tin which says saysAt paysAt S SAt
tn At 9 oclock this morning the stage stageof atagethe
of f the te 1 Potomac river at Harpers Harpers Ferry err
nu nuwas
was 195 feet n rise 1189 of 06 I feet fet f slno since S Sa 8n Ia
19
a m yesterday cStII This will wi cause a amarked alarlcoll ammnarkeil
marked larlcoll rlso In the river nt Washington Washingtonnnd Wasllnton WashintouuunIt
unIt 0111 cellars celaII In the the low section secton of the city citywill cit cltwi citwill
will wi be Hooded loolled to n 1 depth lellth or wveral wveralInches MIerl MIerlInchll ssvernlInches
Inches Inchll by tonight tonightSTOIIM tonightSTOm tonightSTOltM
STOIIM AROUND A1WUNI CHICAGO CHICAGOChicago CICAOO CICAOOChl CIIICAflOChicago
Chicago Chl ngo April Allrl 22 2rhe Thc great Irelt storm stormof
of wind wild snow arid ulII rain rin which whih pre prevailed Irevlled lirevrtiled ¬
vailed In tIre tht middle mlhl cn eaSt t Saturday Saturdayswirled tliurday tliurdayswlrlel Saturdayswirici
swirled vlled around orolml unexpectedly utlpell l Sumlay Sumlayunil SUllllY SUllllYInll Suortiayanti
anti Inll swept over Lake Michigan lchlan Into IntoChicago IntoChlcagu miteChicago
Chicago It I did dil damage dlllle tofrowrt tofrowrt115W to 5rop ort ortIllew rty rtyblew
blew uown trees and at < shrubbery Ihrubbey In the theparks thl thlIlltlls tireiinks
parks nnd boulevards boulelIId9 crippled lrllIleo electric electricwlrvft elecric elecricwIres electricwires
wIres and whipped the lake llke Into Ilto the theheaviest thehtaflt thehmealct
heaviest htaflt sea SCl of the he season seasonShortly HelSOt 5055011Shortly
Shortly Hhorty after uter sunrise UIIRe the wind rained rainedand raisedanti
and 111 begun to Increase Increlsc In II cpeeJ p c until lnt by bynoon b b100n bynoon
noon 100n It wan IIR racing rrng nver the tlecly city at lt the therate therute tirerate
rate of C 52 miles mies an 11 hour Kurly l urlY In In the theday thel thredir
day dir l the signal service forgcaw torQw trouble troublenhtail troubleIhtal ttoubieunread
unread Ihtal Warning signals Mlgllls lell were hung out outto outto outto
to mariners Innrlnels In the city clt and all ni along alongthu alongthl nongthe
the thl hikes Ilkes Obeying Ohehll them nved SUtI more murethan moreIhan Inurethan
than one vessel lssel from rein what whl1 would cer certainly certlhIIY cemtalniy ¬
tainly tlhIIY have proved IIIOc < disaster dlnster It I was
furdinnte rortulntt for lO11 a large 1111 number numl1r of o sdibon sdiboners 8lOI
ers tlS and ald grain steamers stel11HI that the warn warning war warntrig ¬
trig In came 1110 In time tme for they wen 111 waiting waitingIn waltlg waltlgIn
In tho river nnd Ind Intended Iltendel to sail Ial yestcr yestcrday utlr utlrdu vsttrday
day du InMofUl they time were weo wlndbound wlndboundthroughout wlndboulll wlndboulllthrughout 1ndboumiltlrrougiuout
throughout thrughout the day and night and will willnot wil withlint
not move mu now niI until unti ii mit Il the wind wlnl iui umd has hls died dieddown IIId IIIdlowt rlleiIloWir
down lowt Hunts lonts coming romlll down cown the lake lakemaking lakerukllJ lakemnaklvg
making rukllJ for Chicago put In ut conven convenient eonvenItnt comrvenlent ¬
lent Itnt ports so that no 11 reunrtH IlllortH of mis mishups milhlPI mislirips
hups hlPI have so far tlr been 1IIel received received15IBCT1UC rec receivedLFCTlLlC lvel
15IBCT1UC mICHC LINUS HUNNINfJ HUNNINfJYoungstown HUNNINGolnstowl I1L1NNINGYolingstori
Youngstown olnstowl Ohio April Allrl 22 22Ihelrle 22IhelrleInel 22Ilectriclines Klcctrlc Klcctrlclinen
linen Inel aro at again In operation oerllun thiouitliout thiouitlioutthe
the city CIIrlnt and In the MalionliiK valley valleyitarii ie ieIear
Steam Iear lines I nlH have law Ian Rang Ilmg at work workdigging worltdIKIIS vorknilggirng
digging dIKIIS out the heavy hel snow snol drifts IlrltB and andexpect nnlIxpelt andtXlnet
expect by IJ tomorrow to resume rt lime nniinnl nniinnlconditions nlnnl nlnnlcondlols nJuummlcondlthoirs
conditions condlols The Til river Iler Is rising rllnH slowly slowlythis sloulythIs lowlYIhls
this morning rolling and nld unless UnlelM there Is a f big blxvolunm hi hiolUII bigVoluimnu
volunm olUII of water from Crol above aho there will willbe wil vulibe
be no to hooch lool Tho telephone teellhule and Inll tele telegraph teleIlph telegraph ¬
graph Ilph companies comilalle figure lrure their losses 10 seH at atJIOOOO mitlOiOO
JIOOOO 0000 to restore their lines Jnes and poles polesTHAINS polesTIAIS P ° lS lSTIIAINS
THAINS TIAIS ON SCHBOULK SCI DTI T1MK T1MKCleveland TIMICievehunti nm nmClenlund
Cleveland Ohio April Allrl 22For 22 22Ior For the thefirst thettt hefirst
first ttt time In more 10ro than tlal 4S 4 hours trains trainsbegan
began Lelnn arriving arrllnr In Cleveland today tOllY on onschedule onchollulo onsclmodtrlo
schedule time fr t > hn ii °
tll0 int IAI Hetwwn Hetwwncity Bel lletweenV ween weenn
V city ity n und Buffalo Bufnlo where the storm otormwrought ItOtl ItOtlwrouihl stormrrnught
wrought wrouihl Hitch 11ch itiuu Ja int u to telegraph ttlegrph and andtelephone llI llItolephune nuidtelephone
telephone lines lnts a United Imlpt number lurler of ofwires oflros ofires
wires lros have ha e been L restored tcs tored nnd placed In Inservlco Inserlm inservice
service Between Bel ween Cleveland 111eloml nnd Pitts Ilthl ¬
burg burl all 11 direct t telegraph linen IlleK arc lre still Mti stillrhowum
down The suburban sulurhan and and city ciy electric electricrailways eleclrl electricrailways
railways rlwaYI were operated today toda with withpractically wih wihIraetcII9 vlthmIlcactically
practically IraetcII9 no delay bill to tralllc tralllcPHILLIPIJUNN tIl traiilcilIlid4hI7iiN II II111ljll
PHILLIPIJUNN 111ljll J DIJAI DIJAIWai 1 I IWal
Wai Wal iIH tho Man lul Wlio Whlse WIfliC c heart Icrt Was nrs Cutand Cut Cutand
and 1111 Kcwcd HI cll Up UpSt VIISt UimSt
St Louis April ANI 22Phllllp 22lhlfp Gunn Gunnwho Gunnwho Gunnwho
who was IS stabbed stnblel In the heart Satur ¬
day 11 and was made ladu the subject of an
heroic operation opernlon nt lt the city cll hospital hospitalWhere h08111nl h08111nlwhere
Where Dr Nletert the superintendent superintendentsewed supellnlon ont ontsewed
sewed up 111 the wound In that organ orgnl died
today toda Dr Neltert elert took time thr e stitches stehos
In Guns Oun heart heurl Salt water waterroplitced replaced replncel the
lost Mood and and heart stimulants stmullnts kept keptI
the thl man Iln alive nlhl until unti today tolny
Kt Louis 10uIs Mo lo April AJrl 21 21Dr 21Dr Dr H I L I
Nletert superintendent of Ir tho city ell citymospitni
hospital hOKIII has performed pJrrJrlNI one of th thmost thlost tinmost > >
most lost remarkable remnrklblt operations opertonl ever Ilr reordel re recorded r rrorId ¬
corded rorId In tIre til annals Rnols of surgery It I eon eontinted ronslNted consisted
tinted of taking lulllnR three stitches In the
heart hpn t of Philip 1hlll Gunn unn who had hal been beenstabbed beenstahbet mcciistabbed
stabbed stahbet In a brawl brawlThe lrawl lrawlThp bratvlTime
The point 11IIt of the knife knie blade blnle had hnr en ¬
tered the right rllht ventricle and had hadpierced hld hadpierced
pierced 11 rce < to the Inc cavity clvly of thc heart hcnrtTh hcnrtThknlte The Theknife Theknife
knife entered ell1red the heart obliquely oblque and nndtile Inl Inle andthe
tile e result rtl411 was WIS that theopening the ipenln openhung be between hetWeen between ¬
tween the cavity euIY att ItI ard thc theprJclrlllum theprJclrlllumor pericardium pericardiumor
or covering of the heartWas hcartml llr llrshaped Ir hIjtshialied
shaped on both sides The wound woundnrted wOln1 wOln1ocled wotindacted
acted ns lS a 1 valve and nld nt each pulsa pulsation PUISI pumleatiorm ¬
tion lon of the blood 1 > through the thl heart heartbut h hearthitit nrt nrthull
but hull n small Hmnl quantity ualtl was WI let through throughtile throlh throlhthl
tile thl artificial artldal openingTine opening openingThe olwnll
The task of stitching sltchlnl the wound was wasvery wnl as asdulitemult
very er dinicuit dlOcul Dr Nletert Nlltert first re removed I remuoved ¬
moved mOlel n section seclon of the breast bone cx cxposln exloBln oxlflslng
posln the th pericardium erlearllul The motion motionof motionlt
of lt if the heart cannot clnnot be repressed rellrtsed nivl nivlhe 111 111he nmnlInc
he wns W S forced to make 11llco three stitches stitcheswhile sttchel stitchesrtirihe
while whie the organ orlan was IIS shifting Ihltn about ablut H Hrequlied 1 itrequired
required requlld three stitches Htchos to effectually effectuallyclose flcrtlmll
close Ch1 1 the gap ap The rh delicate dlcnte operation operationllnllnil operton operton11nl operationtlnlird
llnllnil 11nl h l the pericardium perlrnrdhll was wlllewll sewed to together tlJlthe togetimer ¬
gether Jlthe The Thl portion porlon of the thl bwist bone boneremoved hOle boneroumronl
removed 111011 could coull not be replaced 1119101 and time thooperation thl timeoperation
operation ofrntun wns wnl aa concluded ronrludnl by h stitching stitchingtoirotbor stllhlnR stitlihnigtrrethne
toirotbor tnrltllt the tll skin Ikln nnd thc outer tissues tissuesthat tB8UI tissuestimat
that cover the chest chestOunn chelt cheltnunn cinestfitumin
nunn Is still stl alive IIe arid anl thc lihsic1nnsIretilet physlclnns physlclnnspredict Ihalcnn IhalcnnIr
predict Ir llct his recovery recoveryTO reCOel reCOelfO recoveryTO
TO STAMP STnl HIT nI PIltAOY PI 1OY htO
Viceroy cctnr To Takes ItrkmsiIeioirn IIH llrrnlo llrrnlofor 111010 1heasnmrcs 1heasnmrcsIr lcn lrc lrcnit
for Thin Purpose PurposeTacoma i1JI lunupreeTaronia C CTaroln
Tacoma Taroln Wash nAh April AIrl 22 22Vlcero Viceroy Toat To Tnat Toat
at Canton has hll taken lakel heroic in6nsurp in6nsurpto mcaSlre lntumtirssto
to stamp lln1 out piracy and robbery rolben In 11 the thetwo thetwo tinetO
two Kwang Iiwanl provincesof IrllnCII nrf t southern Iouthprn Chi Cimian China Chinn ¬
na according to Hongkong Iollkong advices Illces re received re10cn reCUIVIt ¬
ceived today 10cn He le has put IHlt nrrt into effect effectnn 1rlr
nn elaborate scheme rh I which wh ch he believes bellevoiwill blleve bllevewi believeswill
will wi result tesll In 11 the tll killing klin off ol of nt n t least leastthr Jelt Jeltthrlo leastthree
thr thrlo three o thousand Ihoulll robbers during this thissummer thIssummer thissumrmrer
summer summerViceroy summerViceroy sumrmrerViceroy
Viceroy To cnls cnl upon the tht gentry gentl of ofeneh ofIleh ofenchi
eneh Ileh town to furnish furish the local manila mandarins mandnrlns manilarins ¬
rins with wih the names nmeR of all al bad charac characters charnclers clmnraccr8 ¬
ters cr8 In in their district dl trlr After fter the lists listsnre Isls Islsure listsare
are filled Iled any an person petlon nnmod nal nnnn on them themIs
Is to be summarily sllmnrly arrested d nnd ex executed exeCltet cxectmted ¬
ecuted eCltet If I caught cluht In any crime or mis misdemeanor mlsdemeanor urisdemeanor ¬
demeanor Informers Intormerl will wi be hr freely freelyrewarded freel freelrowarllc1 freelyrewarded
rewarded rowarllc1 and every robber will wi be par pardoned piI piIflonoll pariloneul ¬
three other othernotorious othernotorlou9 othernotorious
doned who aids in In bringing hrln lnl
notorious robbers rohhlrs to Justice JusticeEighteen Jlstce Jlstce1Ihteon justicellghteeun
Eighteen thousand in IHollle > oplo hue paid paidto fRI paultn
to tn have died diet of plague plnlle In the Lamko Lamkodistrict Lamkodlslrlrt Lamkodistrict
district of unman Island during the thepast thonst thinjiast
past nst few months monthsAlnsUnn monthsa V V1akani
AlnsUnn a Inl Indians Illlnnl Havo JI1 liru Sinnllpnv SinnllpnvPort Rlallot RlallotPort fltninhhhioIort
Port Townsend TowlAel1 Wash April Apri 22 22The 2 2Tho 2The
The smallpox malpo epidemic bids lrId fair to be bocome becomc become
come general tenerll among the thl Indians 111nls ofsoutheastern of ofsoutheastern ofsoulMnlter
southeastern soulMnlter Alaska Ala kl According Accorlln to re reports 11 11port reports ¬
ports from the north by the thl KtoamMilp KtoamMilpCottage Ileaimhl1 Ileaimhl1ollge soamnsinlliCottage
Cottage City Clt arriving nrrilln today eighty eightycnses eight eightycases
cases clses ollge are reported reJortlln In the Sltknn Slkan Indianmale Indian Indianvillage Indianiilinge
village nnd Iml the Indians arc stampeding stampedingIn tampetlnl
male
In all directions diretons In cnnop s and 111 It Is Isfeared II Isfeared
feared ni they the will wi carry rart the ti disease dlMle to toother 10other tootlner
other villages Sltka hasbeen hn iran heen placed placedunder 111cll Placedunder
under ul1er quarantine Ilnrnntn luara lnlI nlne and luau guards Ils have boon boonplaced blln bllnlnccl beenplaced
placed lnccl nt nil ni places of entitinci entrn I e nnd nndexit Inll InllexIt ann annexit
exit While Whlo the Cottage CotRge City CI was at ntSltkn atItka atSitka
exIt
Sltkn her passengers pn slnlrs wore not allowed allowedto nlolt1 nlolt1to
to land Inl11 and thc situation siuaton Is 1 considered consideredpcrlou consldete consideredserious
serious 8erlol
Korea Negotiates SI nllIl n I Iioiui IioiuiYokohama JOnl JOnlYokohamu tonuYoaolrnrnui
Yokohama April pl 22 22A A dispatch from fromSeoul fromcll fromSeoul
Seoul cll Coren confirms contr8 tine III report lJort that thatthe tn tnthn thatthe
the negotiations telotatons fur a French F nch loan of
6000000 600 yen yel for the Iht purpop of con constructing cn cntructn eonstrureting ¬
structing tructn the Northern raIlroad mlroacl from frontSeoul fromSeoul fromloul
Seoul loul to Wlju Wtl have hlC been ben concluded concludedThe clolutl1
The Interest Inlerst Is 54 Sl per cent and It I Is as asserted al alerte assered ¬
serted erte that thlt tho customs cIAtoms have been beenhynoclthed beenhypoclthed
hynoclthed hyplthc to the French Frnch syndicate syndicateand synllealo
and that thc IlussoChlneso HU8oChlne bank will willsupply wi wIllt1inplY
I supply the funds fundsllrntitlCul funcs V Vtea
llrntitlCul Irlltlfll tea iii I lit I Indian Jllll I ri ii hum Mummy MummySantiago t ulm it iii mu y ySantIago
Santiago dc le Chill Chii April Apri 22 2 via lnOII Oal Oalveston OnvestonA
veston estonA A beautiful benutul specimen of an anIndian anIndian anIndian
Indian mummy mumm which hllh Is on exhibition exhibitionhere ehibIton ehibItonhere
here sition slton will 1 be sent to the Buffalo Dutalo expo exposition Ull exposition ¬
u s suiiiKMn RUlflIMI COUIIT COUIITFinal COUnTFnnl COUIITFinal
Final Fnnl Adjournment for forTeIm Term Wi Willbe Will Willbo
bo on 0 May Mn i7 i7Washington 7 7Washington 7Wnlhllton
Washington Wnlhllton April Apri 22In the United UnitedStates Unied UniedSttel UnitedStates
States Sttel Supreme Court today toda Chief Jus Justice Ju JuUCl Justhee ¬
thee UCl Fuller 1uIer announced Innouncel the final tnal ad adjournment ndjourment adjournrmient ¬
journment jourment ot the court for the term on
z = = rz ccF ccFthe =
the I7th of May Ma The Cli call 1 of the docket docketwill doaketwil dokotwill
will wil be L > impended 111111e < next n xt Friday Frlea and thu thurourl tlu tluourt turn turntourt
rourl will wil lake a f r reON recese e tt next nlxl Monday Mondayuntil Mondayunll Mondayuntil
until unll Mo May 13 No Intimation IItl1Uou him hn been beengiven ltn ltnIlvln beengiven
given Ilvln by the court at R to when the de decision lIedtol minivisIon ¬
visIon dtol of the tut limuinr lllinr uis els inises may mA b be ex expoctnl I oxiecterl
poctnl 11 < ctlt or whether whelhlr they thoywl tire will b be decided decidedat dlcld41 dlcld41I
at I all 11 lief befol befmno out final Inlllulomnment InlllulomnmentAn adjournment adjournmentAn nil joutminrentAm
An opinion wnx WIM hnnddd hnnlM down today todayIn tOllayII
In II tints thl cue of H I L 1 L Bedford n lorll vg 1 the theBiiitern IheI timeEastern
Biiitern I IlulldliiK Iulclnr and Loan aoKoclatlon aoKoclatlonof ullcalol
of If Syracuse SyrlclHe N Y This rhl on OH ease e rr grew 11 w out outof outot curtof
of the sAle of stock In the building luldlng as asoclatlon aaoellon assrnclaiomn
o
oclatlon oellon to iMfurd HIMorl1 nnd nnt ann the thl mortgage mortgageof 111rtgalu 111rtgaluof
of n r loan lon to hint hll In 11 1SVI IS > I he being a mi mident I Icot uesrdent
dent cot of Tcnnewcn lelne C He HI made default In Inthe Inthe iiithe
the payment of his not and ane pleaded lladll the theUouUlon thoIotaton timeioiation
UouUlon Iotaton of u law Iaw la of Tennessee ftnneslt requir requiring IHltlr IHltlrIng requirlog ¬
ing tine thl deposit of funds by b building buildingaanoolatlons 111111 iruildimngassociations
associations Ie oolllolliioing doing builnugs In In II the state stateThe staterhe sttaTine
The court cOlrt held however howel that a I loan loanwns loal loanrentS
rentS WIR a 1 contract contnUt which whllI the net of the thoHtHte thl thestate
state Ilate legislature leh > lature could not Impair ImpairThe Imlalrrhe inmirairTime
The attention 1101ton of the court curt UHB llS given giventoday gln glntula giventommy
today tula largely to the question que lon of the thcright therllht therlglmt
rllht right ot one ole state to quarantine QUlrlnln against agalimtanother Igllnlt Igllnltanother againstamninther
another The contention Iontcnlon arose aros In con connection connlctlun conineotton ¬
nection nlctlun with wih the case cnle of W V P 1 I Smith Smithv
v VR the St Louis Western Rnlhvay Rnlhvaycompany Inn Innnmlaly ltniitlmnyconnirnmny
company nmlaly Involving Iwolln quaruntlne IIUQlUnlne regula regulations reGullon nguinttioflN ¬
tions lon against fnllMt the thl Importations Imllurtll0l1 of cuttle cuttleIn cute cuteIn
In I a 1H97 1107 The cattle cnllt cnn tu Ic shipment Hhlplcnt sin upon UIII which whichthl Y h lchi lchiiris
thl iris case CI turned IUlncd wu 111 made milie by h Smith Smithover Hllh Hllhner binltltoVer
over the St 81 Louis road rad from Plain PlainDealing lllln llllnDCllnl P1mm P1mmTtahirng
Dealing DCllnl La to Fort Worth Wlr h Texan Texanthe fexll Fexastire
the olllclalf olClnl of the road 1011 being bellt unaware unawarethat unaurethlt unasmmmrelint
that thlt a quarantine qunrantne had hlt been heol IMahllshed IMahllshedKB cMtBhlHhed
KB 11 hud hlllleeu been done I by h tine Texas txnl 0111011111 0111011111When OICIIII OICIIIIWhen oitlclntlsVliemi
When tine uxlHtcnco of this restriction restrictionbecame retrIcton retrIctonheclmo restrictionikSCImmnO
became heclmo known thu railroad Ilroal company companyrefused COIIII connlnamlyretiised
refused Ietusnl to deliver dfInr the stock Itnck to the con consignee ICI ICIsign utnmisigmice ¬
signee sign nnd alli reshlpjieil them thel to Plain PlainDealing Ilaln Ilalntnln Plainlialing
Dealing Then fhel leHhllletl Smith refused rlun to re receive rec retireni ¬
tnln
ceive c le them n rts he also did the proceeds proceedsof prCed prCedl
of their Mile 11 Smith Smih then brought cult cultfor Iull Iullfor suitfor
l for damages Illma eM contending COllenllnl that thatlhe the reidi reidilatlons relli relliItonl reguIstiorns
latlons were an Interference Iltcrterence with wih iiiteratate in interstnte Inlerstale
terstnte Itonl coinnuTco and 111 unjustified uIJI Iel by bythu 11 bytime
time facts talII The hp trial court sustained sustainedthis sustnln sustainedthis
this Ih1 111 regulntlon but the state slltp court of ofappeals of111enll ofsplienul
appeals rClulutll reversed rllerd the decision IlclHlon holding holdingIn hollll
In 111enll favor of the tll mllroad mllonli company COmpUI To Todays foIayl Lrrdays ¬
days Iayl ftlr opinion oplnlol alllrmed llnned the latter Iltlr den declMinn lerl
that Urn the state statehad tntemimI
Minn 1101 on the Ih ground l101111 tmt Ihi
had 1111 a right under lt Il its police 0 power to toprotect 10Ilrolfc toProtect
protect Itself ItlPlt against aglnst Infectious Inroctous disease dltoaweeven dl diseaseeven eae eaecen
Ilrolfc even though commerce COIIIIO may be Inci Incidentally IICI IICIJ irncideumtaiiy ¬
dentally J ltal Interfered IUlelflretl with by hI the regu regulations rlgu rlguIllnns regtilatlouns ¬
lations Illnns for such luch protection prolecton Justices JusticesHnrliin Justccs Justccs1nJuu JusticesIlarinmmm
Hnrliin and White bite united In a dtskent dtskentliift dlslontInr dtsRemrtlair
unted
lair Inr 1nJuu opinion nll omit nlll Whit Justice JURt1 llrown Browndolveretl Browndolveretln delivered delivereda
a dissenting 1iKselllC dinmsemntI uug opinion opi nlomn of his own ownMV 01 01gW onrmci
MV ci gW iiimi 11ITI1 LOAN LOANSubscriptions IMSHuluicrlptlolM l1OA l1OAHuiocriptiours
I
Subscriptions to t tiii4mrunii Knnio 1O In InCoining Now Nl York YorkComliiK YorkCom
Coining Com II in 1nM 1nMNew 11 lntMtNew I INcw
New York April Apri 22 22At At the banking bankinghouse bauklnhouse bairkiunghouse
house of liarlnp lulnl Magoun MIKoun Co one of ofthe oftll ofthe
the tll four concerns cOlcerns In thin thll country cOlntr au authorized IU IUthorlzed anthouizeti ¬
thorized to forward torlnJ applications nplcaUons fur al allotments allotment atlotnients ¬
lotments of the unplaced unl111ee 30000000 CSOQOOOO oftime of oftho ofthe
lotment the new Issue of JC J 60000000 of Hrltlsh Hrltlsh1ommln BriIsh BriIshl liritishtoumsunl
1ommln l on ls It was Y s utated Itltel today that Ult ap applications tp tpplcatons ftprhicatiofls ¬
plications were coming In very fast fastThe tostfhe fastfine
The plcatons principal 11rlncpnl New e York banking bankinghousea banlcnl bankinghouses
house It was said 8111 have hlo applied RIPld for amillion a amillion amilon
million milon dollars dnlnrl or upwards IplrdH No pre premium lIre11uI premmiitirn ¬
mium 11uI is Islnohcc11 Involved In the applications lplcltons as asthe nsthe astime
the allotments are to be made nt the theIssue IheIpsul tineissue
Issue Ipsul price of 9H4 14 ½ at lt the 11 discretion dlFcrelon of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the flank Jank of Enidoml En llld Daring lorln Magouit MagouitCo lgour I Io
Co < o I have no 10 means JeunR of knowing ICowln what whatproportion wlratjrropertlon I IprOllrton I
proportion prOllrton of the loan will wi be available availablefor lulalle lulallefor
for American allotment allotmentOf nlohnent
Of the JC30000000 aoOOMO or half of the loan loanntmounced loanenrirmiunced I Innlounced
ntmounced nnlounced ns al having hllnl been len already alreadyplaced nlrlul alreadyplaced I Itncol
placed tncol It was SO said slhl that a 1 part ar Is to4mniericnn to toAmerican I Imerlcan
American subscribers lubscrllers the bankers bnukrl au authorized nuthorlzrd ontlmarized ¬
thorized to receive 1cell American Amrlcan subscrip subscriptions Ruuscrlpml smnbsculptunic ¬
tunic having themselves received a alarge 1 alarge
large ml portion porton of ot this amount amountNot IUnOUtXot amnountNot
Not IlroiliciH 1IOlhrrl XO NoIl o Relation RelationWashington H lnllon lnllonwlhlnton latiuiiWashington
Washington wlhlnton April Xprl tprll J2 2h tiiit ft is Ii aUtbor authorItntlvoly aUtborIntul aUtboritatively
Itntlvoly announced that Duncan Dunrnl E EMrKlnley EIrlley EMeKitnley
MrKlnley Intul Irlley Is to be appointed assistant assistantdltsrlqt 16lsllnt 16lsllntdlelt tn tistant tistantdutsrin
dltsrlqt attnri attpnigy e of the district ctoC of0qll of0qllfornla ofCaiifornini I
d
dlelt atPJ
fornla torln The ri nppolntfittntwlll 1 tihl 1 beMin beMinnounced beuMumld beaujtrounced
trounced Mumld shortly lhortl Mr Ir McKlnloy lcJII Is not a arilntlse I IrlnUe arelative
relative rlnUe of o the President PresidentHaiiHonCoiintirlVltrr ireRldent PresidentI
HaiiHonCoiintirlVltrr 111 I I mm menu1 OI CII Con ri 1orl IIdt I I or Ch111 iotH ci is U t n Ylnr YlnrSIolmne Vcnrs VcnrsSpokane cn rs rsSpokane
Spokane Wash Walh April Apri 22 22El 22td Ed Han Hanon lan lanIon Hanson
son on the last member 1 IIHr of the th gang lnl of ofcounterfeiters otcounterfeiters ofcounterfeiters
Ion counterfeiters recently 1ctntl captured eUfturll hen henwas henwas irerwas
was sentenced to ten years enl at hard la labor Intor Iamuir ¬
bor on 01 McNeils Island Ilnll by Judge Julo Han haltford Hanford lnn lnntorl
ford torl this morning morningMOUNT mornlnIU mnornlmrgMOUcI
MOUNT IU VKSUVIUS 18UIS liUViUslN IN KRUITIOV KRUITIOVScientists ImmosSclcnllt iltUiIlOScienmists
Scientists Sclcnllt Students Hlllhnl tnnmiont > Tourists olrlls All AllFlocking Al tiiFimcliuig
Flocking Plocll to toNew I nlll nlllNe nirlis nirlisNew
New Ne York April Apri 22A dispatch to tothe totho totine
the World from frol Paris says saysMount saysMount as asloult
Mount loult VoguvlUH eluIluM i again Illaln In a state stateof stlte stlteof
of active erupt eruption erupttl liii a ami iil many man peopleacleirtiste people peoplescientists peopleHClont
scientists ls Undent nnd nll tho curious In Ineluding Includln iniludlng
eluding HClont Ameriiun tourists am tre leaving leavingParis leavln1arls leavIngParis
Paris by every eer train for Naples The Thefirst Timeilrst he heIrst
first 1arls Irst signs Ilgns of disturbances dl turblnces were IU ob observed obnrd observed ¬
served a f week wCk ago 111 when for three
days columns of smoko Issuing from fromtho fromtime
tho crater crter In gr great < at volume towered toweredhluh towerelhhfh tomeredinigh I
hluh above aloe the volcano OICOIO Then hen came cameoccasional mmeoCClllonnl canineoccasional
occasional oCClllonnl rains rins of the thl cinders some sometimes sonletnt8 somethuimts
times sprinkling sllllnklng the thl country luntr for several severalmiles n4vernlmiles eurnlml
miles tnt8 ml around uoun Now nl lao Is beginning beginningto ellnnln ellnnlnto
to run The fire lre nt the Ihp crater crler Is II very veryIntense cry cryintense ry ryInlense
Intense nt night nlJht Illuminating lumlnalng the sur surloundlnit surlolndlnJ surnomundiung
loundlnit regloivbenutlfully regloivbenutlfullyOnly r < jlonbuutul
lolndlnJ
Only On two slight IKht tremors of earth earthquake earthluake earthmiuake ¬
quake I have Iae been felt fll so farIcING far farKINO farINO
KINO AND Nl QITKIJNOI 01 PORTUOAL PORTUOALo lOH1U1II
o Truth In II Story Hlnr Storytimt that They fhe Aro 10 ro tn tnSepnrnlR tnSrIHrnlC torun
SepnrnlR SepnrnlRLondon SrIHrnlCLondon run he heLondon
London April Apri 2 2Wlh 22Witin With reference to tothe tothe tothe
the alleged separation sepnraton of the king kin amid nndqueen anr amidiiueen
queen alegel of Portugal Port u I published Iublehcd In the theUnited theUnied tlmelYnited I
United Unied States It I Is pointed pollt 1 out Olt here herethat her meretiirtt I
that their miJestUa Isje tls hnve resided rClllorl as asusual OBusual astmstual
usual at the palace King Illl Charles left lefther lotthlr lefther
her hlr on 01 a 1 yachting YIIlhtn trip trill yesterday estorla He Hewill le lewi liestill
will wi rejoin rjoll Queen ri Matte Iar c Amelle mele at lt the thepalace thepolnN tirela1n
palace polnN la1n Tuesday TII du next nextNO tPX tPXNO nextNo
NO HAIL nlj TOR 01 PAPT IT OAltTint OAltTintUnited QHTInUnlcll 1 htTilt htTiltUnitcul
United Unlcll States Rllt1 Hiiimiip HIIIIIC1 Court Cllt He Hefiihc HefUII Itoml
fiihc fUII ml 5 HN IIN I I I Application ApplicationWashington A Plllcatun PlllcatunWOlhlnton ip1 Ion t ion ionWnslmington
Washington WOlhlnton API AJ11 April II 21 22The The United UnitedStates Unlod UnlodSlaleR UnitedStates
States Supreme Supre1l rnurt CUlt today todl denied deniedthe denie deniedthe
the appllcntKti Iplcat n of former rler Capt Oborlln OborllnM Olerln
M ni Carter to be Hilinllteil alllllll to ball ballThe hll hiattTIme
1 The court cOlrt contentid itself Islf with wih a bare bareannouncement hartannouncement bareannotmncermremit
announcement made matI by the thl chief Jus Justice jumslii JUstce ¬
tice of tho result rlu1 of Its Is deliberations deliberationsNo Ilolberltons IlolberltonsNo
No tce reasons reolons wrt assigned 11IInei and tl rrd no ref refoince re rofonence
oince 1 nre was made to Carters CarterI motfon moton to tostrike totrlkt tostrike
strike trlkt Solicitor 801ltol ienornl Hlehnrds Ilhnrls brief brieffrom brletfrol brieftoni
from frol toni the tie file of the courtGllihlrY court courtcuiirv COlrt COlrtmHrY
cuiirv mHrY oF 01 ll4iiliiON ll4iiliiONldltor Kiiirno KiiirnoIdltorof lmnIOS lmnIOSEllor
Idltorof Ellor ldltor of HIIRO Stltt1 Champion Chllplol Sentenced Sentencedto Hnllelml HnllelmlI
to I iou 1011 r Months Ioltl l our t 1mM lmirlMimilctit lmirlMimilctitDublin 111r I limp rhioum IICII IICIIDubln iii e ur t tDublin
Dublin April prll 22Patrlck A Me MeHush utchlnrgim Ic Ic11Ih
Hush Dubln nationalist nalonalht member of i parlu parlumtnt mania maniamnent orllu orllutnent
tnent 11Ih mtnt for North I tcltrlm elrlm and RIII three threetimes threetmeR tinreetiiuitr
times mayor of Sllgo 81go has been b n sen sentenced sentlnr seneruei
tenced tlnr tmeR 1 to four months Inntl Imprisonment Imprisonmentns
dl lemennant for pub publlslilnu publ pubhishming
ns n first frst claw dllellonant
a llslilnu In caIl his pa lllr > r the Sllgo lgo Cham Champlon Cham1lon Chainlilon
plon l hlnl seditious tltOls lll Ibl hibels ls calculated lRICulltc to In Interfere Intprfere interfere
terfere with the administration lmlnlslmlon of joe Justlce JU8Icl joetics
tics The comments Clmtnt complained comlllllne of nt nttacked nltaece nttacked
Icl tacked Jurymen n who found two men menguilty mengui menguilty
guilty taece of Intimidating Inlmldatnl persons perons who had hadtaken halliRken Irantaken
gui taken farms hum trlm which whl h their thrlr former formertenants formertcnants formertenantS
tenants had l teen en evicted evictedIn eICt eICtPOUl evictedPOUII
POUII POUl CItI1iittNttJltfiIllU CItI1iittNttJltfiIllUTi CnnlmS lllmUm
Tlnlll Ti null Ir In ChnrtroH harltr Kill ICI Them ThemWhllo TincuirViuIlo
Whllo 110 Ilohblni Iuhhhl house llouccCharters houseCimarters ouil ouilCharlers
Charters France Jrlnee April Apri 22This 22 Z2Thll This town townhas tOln tOlnha townInns
has ha been horrified horrlfld by b the brutal mur murder mnurder Ul Uler ¬
der er of live 1c children chidrn and the attempted attemptedmurder l1emptol attemptednnurdet I
murder of their father a farmer named namedUrlere nnmL nnmLDrlere namedBriere
Urlere lrler residing In the th neighborhood neighborhod of ofChartres ofChartres ofCimartres
Chartres Two tramps trmll entered enlerd the thefarm thefarm thefaini
farm house In the absence ableucc of Urlere lirlerelast Urlerelast I Ilalt
last evening killed kled four girls 1111 aged 14 I
=
11 1 5 and Inl 4 and Iml n boy 7 years Ylt old oll with withknlven wih wihIlnle withiunites
knlven Ilnle njid I1H1 oud oldl onmdgels ln while wIll they time wore In Inbed II insbeni
bed nml fld apparently UIIHUIIty asleep Urlere Irllle to toturned 10 10turnd rimturned
rob robbing ruhhln rothnuumg ¬
turned while whl the murderers hlrd rl were
bing hln the th house houl I They lime heart htRl1 him hll enUr enUrthe olkr olkrIhe onitrthe
the courtyard Cou tyld nttackad IUuched hlmand hhnanl after nter a adesp amte adesperate
desp desperate mte struggle loft h tt him for dead deadwith deathwitin ealllh
with lh four Itnllllo stab sttl wound olndl In 11 th thl Inc head headThf helel helelJhl imearlihis
Thf Jhl munlorera rnulderct then thln escnpeil elc Iwtl with 1ltl 16M 16Mfrancs IGO 1600Cronies
of ofvalue ofaiure
of objects
francs value 1111 and anl a 1 number fumlr obJetl
hirparmrstuitrinrflt IIIIII Ilililnct IlililnctYokojiama et CrIMI CrIMIYoolalu rislil rislilYootmsmnuit
Yokojiama April Apri 22 2rho The Marquis lltl18 Ito Itol 10 101M ItoIs
l 1M exjiectPd to I settU lell the Japanese Jalalll cabi cabinet rnbtlt citbimIst ¬
net lt crisis cisis today oda and It 1 II anticipated anticipatedthat allhlJlte1 allhlJlte1Ihut
that Viscount Watanaba the tl minister ministerof 1111slOl 1111slOlof
of llnancu Innnou Yljcount will 1 retain his portfolio portfolioIrcNlilimtlul portolo portoloIIHIIIIIIII mrortfoiiolneslniert
IrcNlilimtlul IIHIIIIIIII lneslniert Intl Appoint ppllntllltN ppllntllltNWRhldton men nmoimtM nmoimtMaplnlr1gton IH IHWashington
Washington WRhldton April Alnl SJThe Ifh Prosldent Prosldenttoday trJhlent trJhlenttodl Iresldenttoday
today made the following rolulnl appointments appointmentsInlerlpr IPIIllntlent IPIIllntlentInelIQI1 aiilroimntnieintsInteriqrl2dward
Inlerlpr Interiqrl2dward Mdward It 1 Moore of Mlchl MlchlBin Micinign lchl lchlIn
coinmlMlonor Of Ofpatents ufpallntl UtPaients
Bin In to be assistant allstlnt 10111110101
patents patentsNavyChnrlew PaientsNavyCharles
pallntl NavyChnrlew NI Chnrla ONoll ONul to b hf be rhlef of oftho orIho oftire
tire bureau of ordnance otdnanre with rank rnk of ofr ofrtr ofrear
hurau
r rtr rear < armlmlral Luther r llhel S Van Wodekenfl Wodekenflto WokIII WokIIItn odekermn odekermnIn
to In be mmlrnl a surgeon lurgen with wih the rank Inl < of lleuten lleutentint luteu luteunnt hleutenIn
tint In 0 t
tintState nntRtlteJohn State RtlteJohn StateJoinmm John Harrrtt Ihnn t of Oivson Olt1on to Iw Iwa hI hIn beft
a delesnte on thc part lIIt of the United UnitedStntca On llnltemiRimites 111 111tnIC8
Stntca 11eltlte to the International Intlnallonal Conferonca Conferoncaof onftOCe onftOCeof
of Amfrlcan A1rrll11 States to be held hell at thu thuCity thuCity 1w 1wlity
City of Mexico MexicoGRAND MexlcoUIANI txlcoGHANI
GRAND GHANI A1WAHMN A 1FA I I IN TOOKliW TOOKliWFnrcwoH rrOEI rrOEIJnrcwol FEIJFarewell
Farewell Jnrcwol lpcoiliin tecelntloiito to Ajiostlo 108tlo Lyinuii LyinuiiViis Ihiiitiimts jUII
Viis mts lniKOly Atttiitloil AtttiitloilSpecial Atlllpll AtlllpllSleclal 4tttciittctlSveciai
Special to the New NstsTonoie eI 8 8Tooole
Tooole 0010 April AprI2Onl 2t0ne of thu grandest grandestnffulrrt Ilnlelt Ilnleltatulrl grnsntlestaffairs
affairs atulrl thin huu ban hlM ever IIcr occurred In Tooela Tooelacounty IooelelUlnl tooeletinUnit
county lUlnl tinUnit was wal the llt farewell flrewel reception receplon ten tendered tendertllO termdered
dered to Apostle F I M I Lyimin last lastSaturday InMt8UtUIlY mustSnttumdnty
Saturday dertllO 8UtUIlY evening 0111111 posle nl this thl place There Therewns rhle rhleIlsl fimenssmme
wns Ilsl a notable hntble gathering of the clans clansEvery cllnl cllnlI chainsliorv
Every I er lllshop Ishop In the Stake waa nta present presentexcept 11IBent 11IBentexctllt lnrssemntexcelmt
except exctllt the Ulshop 1Ishop of 1C I T I nnd the tht only onlymar onlyI ouiiynnlnur
mar I I I to thc occasion ccl ion wns the absence absenceof
of Apostle MloBte Holier ellr J 1 Grant who was wasonce wnemlo nvtiarimlee
once mlo the president 11resldlIt of this Slake nnd nndwho nlHIWho rtmuithio
who was Will on Oi the program 1110111 L ir > r an ad address al uWdress ¬
dress lreHS The people gathered at the Ih nncottrig meet meetIng meetIi
trig Ii house hou e at 130 In thc afternoon afternoonwhere aftlrnoon aftlrnoonwhr afteruioonmshere
where whr e Apostle Aposte Lymnn gave n farewell farewellflpeogh flrewel tutrenreilSPeech
SPeech sleeQh At C oclock oCok nn 11 adjournment adjournmentwan uloullcnt uloullcntwns
wan trlnile l to the Relief Society Socel hall hallwhere hal baliwirer
where a I ale sumptuous HUlptuous banquet wns WIS taken takencitro Inlln InllnCtr talnernunIte
unIte Ctr of anti Inll In the thl evening a I merry merrydnnco 1crl ruierrynhanco
dnnco IIncf and nne social loetnl pactlm lIPtme was had hal nt ntthe lt attIme
the Social Hall al until ulll midnight midnightTHE mnltlmnightlIIE hllllht hllllhtrrl i
THE rrl J1AKTWKLI JAHrWEIJl1 IIt mf1 TJIOUBLB TJIOUBLBHiiHliuinl rJWUBJl rJWUBJlJhllhilll JJJUJJ4II
HiiHliuinl Jhllhilll I I usii ui TalkH rnlk fni kim ol o It DIsaKtcoinents DIsaKtcoinentsWltll IlsljIeelCIIH IlsljIeelCIIHWih I I isnugreci ii e ii Is IsItii
Wltll Wih Itii ills 111 Will WillJJyron llb llblyron IIbflyromn
JJyron lyron Hurtwell lurlll called 1llell at the county countyattorneys count countatornes countyattorneys
attorneys atornes otMre otr this morning and ant mmnarlean made madean ude udenn
an absolute Ib olull denial of his hil wifes wies charges chargesof chlfrs chlfrsoC
of Infidelity Inlld lt hity and ald Improper InllrOper relation relationwith relMloll relMlollwlh nelatiomiirwith
with wlh a n woman Ioman oman In Park City Clt He said saidthat Bnhlthat sam samthat
that he had hnl been bln In in Snlt Sni nit Lake more moretlmn unnonithan 010 010thnn
than two weeks wek and nlt anti seemed lered to be at n nloss I alose
loss as a to why wh lit iris wlfo desired lslre < his hil ar nrrent arrell arrest
rent rell lie Jl sild 8all that his iii wife had fol followed fol10we folhewed ¬
lowed < him around arounl nil ni day tay Saturday Saturdaypreventing Baturlnr Baturlnrreentn Saturdaypreventing
preventing reentn him from doing dolns any nn busi business llsl llslnOII ¬
ness nOII and accusing him him of every ever crime crimeshe crimeI
she he could CIUI1 enu lii think of Ho H saul pnll that thll hum humrtfs hlnWife hil
Wife wlfo loft him II 1ui 1 00 G that sire he le is 1 of u unarrow 1 amarrow
narrow and unl spiteful plefll disposition dlsPOllnl and ann hu hubelieves Il Incbelieves
believes lelcIs that she fhl would go to any anylength nn nnIlnglh uinilength
length to do lo him an 11 injury Hnrtwell Hnrtwellsay larlwel hlartsteiisays
say that his wife met lel him on Suitor Suitormimi Saturday Sltur Slturlu ¬
day lu mimi nnd nnt struck strck him over the lh head with withher wih wihher withhmer
her parasol and anclrelWIrs afterwards begped helgel him himto
to 10 3 jo home with wih her Ho fears that thlt the thewoman thooln tinewomilAmn
woman oln has hnl lout her reason reasonMrs reasonIrl reasonMrs
Mrs Irl Hartwell Hlrlwellcs lives at 74 Ofctreot 0 treet On OnSaturday OnSllllla OuiSaturday
Saturday Sllllla she Ihl applied apJllel1 to Chief Hilton Hiltonami Hlol Hiltonutnnl
ami ant IQ t Assistant 4s lstalt County Attorney AttorneySmith Atormy AtormySmlthto AttorneySmlthto
Smith Smlthto to have ha herhusband arrested nn nna nnI anna
a charge elaoc of ot adultery ndulery She Sle also applied appliednt nplled nplledattw
nt I the Bherlff sherlt > olllcc oce Saturday und had hadSheriff h hadSlnerl I ISherlfC
attw Sheriff Naylor meet m ct her at the Lnce LnceHouse LnceU LunceJfoUs
House U l w when el simtnasked 1B hfIAked asked him to go to the thoWhite thehle theWirit
White hle House Oupe nnl1arrlJtJcr nmrnrrest her Jiuoband JiuobandTwo hul lunamn lunamnTwo and
Two 10 weeks wI elHI ago she made a n ulmliardo ulmliardoniand slrlo simnuirdemood cl clmnl11
mood mnl11 of the til eherlff eherlffSot I 1111 r rHr
Sot Hr Tor 11 fi ii Monday MondayTho I mll ii in II I niy niyTime
Tho fornication furnklllul case against 1llnst John JohnDivine JolmIVhl1 JohnDlvlrnr
Divine IVhl1 was WlS this tll morning set ct for trial trialby trialby tulalby
by Judge Hieiturt lellll for Monday llnII April pl 2i 2ion 21on 2 2on
on motion molon of the district clHtrlct attorney attorneyThe Itoley ItoleyTh attorimcyiIme
The Th district attorney loro moved totl to tl mils dlsnils tis milsnnIim
nils 11 the tl cnie cn e of felony agaInst IHlln 1 Joseph JosephTlttlcbaum JoephTltelnum JosephTlttiebaum
Tlttlcbaum Tltelnum on the thl ground IrCunr of insufficient insufficientcvldenpc Iniulclenl Iniulclenlevlden Insuftlcicintevidenpe
cvldenpc evlden e nnd the thl can calI was wnf as continued continuedfur comlntll
fur sir further turUIr hearing hlarll till tl tomorrow morn mornIng IUI nunormn1mg
Ing hll The trial wns ns fet for Moirilmuimiorning Monday Mondaymorning lo1111Y lo1111YIlr
morning Ilr I May 11 20 Subpoenas were Is Issued IIened issumed ¬
sued for fll om the thl appearance aJPcarlnl In court tomor tomorrow tomor tomorrow tonnorrow ¬
row fo Mages Ioel und une heidi Jcuh I < Kabinovltz HallnoIZ to tomorrow 10morrow toborrow ¬
morrow and Ind on May In 20 20In 20In 20him
In the fornication forlcatnn onnee cn CIM against nlainsl MrLiooiiimne Myrtle MyrtleCollins Mntloolnl
Collins olnl the district dllil 1 attorney atorne moved moel to toallow tonlow toahlonv
allow defendant to go on his hil own ownrecognizance ownrloni ounrreeognniznco
recognizance nlow rloni llnce during 1 good behavior behaviorThe lhnlor lhnlorThe behaviorTime
The defendant will wil be brought hrolght Into Intocourt Intotrt Intoeomrrt
court tomorrow morning mor In
I WantN uIIH ID II tin ht 1rii 1riiCharles VtieCharles
Charles W V Andersen AlerFn has commenced commenceddivorce eommencelldhorco eommneacetldivorce
divorce proceedings prorellngs ngnlnst IHllnst his wife wifeAnnlt wireonnl wifeAinnis
Annlt onnl K Ii Andeimin oIIII who he hI claims clalli has hasfor hHfor hasfor
for the last three years nrl treated him In Ina Ina ina
a cruel tll und ann < nd Inhuman InhuUnn manner and Ind made madeUfa madeIfo madelife
life so miserable ml t1rllhl for him him thnt he has hasfrequently hasfnllentl innsfrequently
Ifo
frequently fnllentl been compelled oonwelell to leave leavehomt leaehoma leaveIromni
homt She ban hlM also alo run him Into debt debtbeyond debtle debt1JCoflni
beyond le on1 his means mp811 Anderson offers orcr topay to topay 10JIY
pay his wife wiI J2S f5 f2 a 1 month for the care careof careof careof
JIY
of their 11111 minor children childrenTho chlhlrenThAn cimilmirernThu
Tho ThAn Anderson erlon > were 1lU married mnrrle In this thiscity thll thni thnicity
city ciy October Odoler 7 I88S I88SHull 18S8III 1881V
V Hull III IOu lil Divorce DivorceSarah Ihlrel IhlrelSnrh livnirccSarah
Sarah Snrh Walker nlcer Is II suing sull Thomas Thoma Wil William WHInl VIlliaumm ¬
Walker for divorce the
liam Inl eIorco on grounds groundsof Jroundl
of habitual hnlitual drunkenness drlnkennes and failure faiure to toprovide toprle toprovide
provide prle for hor for more than a yearlast year yearlait lnr
last 1111 past 1K61 She asks for tine custody cuslol of of15th ofglh ofFtliem
15th Ftliem one of her four our children chidren The ThoWalkers Thellker TheWaikers
Walkers llker were married l rled In Hull lul Eng England l ng ngland nngland ¬
land In August Algut 1874 1874To 187 187u 3871Itecntnr
To u Uncover Icenlr 2000 2000F nn nnp 1PJP
p S Fernstrom I erslrom has Instituted Insttuted pro proceedlrlgs ptOcelllrls proceerhlugs
ceedlrlgs celllrls In the Third district llrlct court COlt to tore torfvlr torecover
re rfvlr recover < ovcr JSOOO OO from Joo JO j inline Hogenscn HogenscnHolraan Jolensen JolensenHnlman liogensenllolmnran
Holraan Fernstrom Ie1 lrom cnlms lnhns to be ad administrator miiimtunistrator 1 1mlnlstrtor ¬
ministrator mlnlstrtor of the estate of John Hog Hogenen Hogenlen hogsheen
sheen enlen who died dllllnltate intontate leaving lealn prop property rroierty roperty ¬
erty valued mluel at tlOOO tlOOOXUUT 100 100CCUUI 1000 1000CMmrp
XUUT XOTI3S XOTI3SJudge xonJUdge STlSJudge
Judge Hart lArt this morning sent Ilnt a awiltten nIltn anvtitten
wiltten Iltn order overruling Qenulng the motion moton for forn tlr tlra
a now OW trial tIal In the caw 111 of Amanda mlndo J JWhite JWhie JShnite
White Whie vs S Noble olie II I Waterman WatermanIn allrmanIn
In the case Cse of J W V Farrell zarJ nnnlnst nnnlnsttho nJlnst nJlnsttho
tho city ely Judge JUcRI Morse lor this morning morninggranted mornln mornlnrRnt1 niornlmmgi
granted i rRnt1 plaintiff plaIntf thirty days dl8 addi additional additonal additiomisi ¬
tional tonal time 1m to file tl bill hi of cxriiitloiiH erlIlonl on onnppeal onapoIl onappeal
appeal apoIl all ni nh proceedings roccln1 stayed In tho thomean thomean tirenneanm
mean time timeTrial tImeTrial
tme tme1llnlls
Trial 1llnlls Is being blnl had t1tl today oda before JudgeMorse Judge JudgeMorwof JUlljt
Morwof Morse of thecnseof the CRI case ot Wllllnm Wlilm II I Felkner Felknervs Jelkner JelknerVI
vs VI John R i Dooly and nnl the unknown unknownhelm unknwn unknwnhplr uniknowunheirs
helm of Wilson and Margaret I rflrlt Norton NortondiKeosed Norton11l Nortonhecemiseil
diKeosed 11l cd The plaintiff IIIulnl1 Is lopreHentad lopreHentadliy lcprelente1 lcprelente1I
liy I Ii Plrw JIHN > Crltchlow CrlCllow < Itarett 111111 anti antius nndtlie nn1thp
tlie us defendant detenrnnl by b Judge JUlJ Henderson lellIer n and andWilliam nl1 nl1Wilam antiVilliam
William Wilam H Dixon This ThIl Is II an nctlon nctlonbrought Irton Irtonbruglt acuonilrrought
brought bruglt by II the th creditors Irlors of William Wlllm A ASorton Aorton Aorton
Sorton orton who dl el1 die d In a n hospital hosllnl In 1SS 1SSUefore lSSIetore 188fleforo
Uefore his death dlnth he dwded lflld d edemI property lltlllt to toJohn 10ohn tolnhn
John ohn E l Dooly 11 ant Inll made marr a will wi direct directIng Ilrlct IlrlctIng directinmg
Ing that Mr Dooly pay In hln hil debts 11ebll anti nndpay antiJR andpay
pay JR the balance of his hil properly Ilroller over overto 011
to hltr ini father and 111 mother IMher who lived Ivpd In InOorRlq II tol1crrgi
OorRlq 1010 Plaintiff Plain III alleges allrse that Dnoly Dnolywild Deal Dealsold ooly oolyld
wild ld the property 11rOiet for a much larger largeramount largeramount largeramount
amount than was WAi n cssnry nef < snr to satisfy satisfyNortons sat8f sat8fSorlonA satisfyNortons
Nortons debts but Lit that 11t ho never paid paidthese pM pMth paIdthese
these th e nor has he made mlto any accounting accountingof nccuntnl
of the property Iroplrt Mr tr Dooly Dol on the theother theother tineother
other hand hane claims chtmllhnt that he did ll not have hnvethe havethe havetine
the property In trust I1St for Nortons fa father toIher a aher ¬
her and ann mother but that t he foreclosed forecloseda forelolCI
a 1 mortgage e owned ownl by hlmcelf himsel on 01 the thoproperty theproperty theproperty
property by b which hllh he bccnmo the legal legalowner le legalowner nl nlowner
owner of It I Tho case ene was a on trial nil nilday RI nildAy
day d row rw and anlwUI will probably prollbly occupy ocupy all 11 au tomor tomorrow toorrw oriorrow ¬
HUBBARD SICK IN INTHE INTHE INThE
THE COUNTY JAIL JAILHo
Ho is Suffering Sufering From an Attack Atack of ofAcute ofAcute ofAcute
Acute Indigestion IndigestionTHE I nd Igrston IgrstonPJE
THE PJE HEARING ImAINO IS CONTINUE CONTINUEOn CONINU <
On 01 Mullein Holol of ul Jndue 1 Power tho Ciuo CiuoN 850 850ns 0 0h
N hot 11 lor Next IU Irlilii Irliliiut IlrlII I10rllll I10rlllllt Ioruniipg Ioruniipgiii
ut lt 10 11 oVIorK oVIorKOn tdOI mrionI0mm I IOn
On motion 1010n of Judge Jld t lowers Iowurs counsel counnelfor counal counalfor
for the defendant In the riiee < < M njalnat njalnatW n lln t tE
W v R Hubbard Hubhn charged elllod with rape mrsi n ncontalnunnce 1 1l0ntulnunnce acontntlunuauice
contalnunnce l0ntulnunnce was WU as granted grrmol by Judge JudgeTlmmimy JUIge JUIgeIlml JunigeIimuiiuim
Tlmmimy Ilml Iimuiiuim until unt Friday I morning 10rllnl at tt t ten tenoclock tenuolocl en enociocic
oclock oclockFrom ociocicIrounr <
uoloclrl From rl nil ni the facts In in the crane clRe It ap appear RpIers tspInertia
pear Iers that saline IO days daYI n I aso o some ROle ladle ladleprotested ItHII ItHIIIlrutetld ladleslnroteetorl
protested Ilrutetld to the sheriff that Hubbard Hubbarda Hublard Hublardlll
lll slaM a enjoying too much liberty Ibert nl It the thecounty th throuI tineeoumrty
county rouI Jail jai and nnl nun he was 11 removed romoel to thc thctotfiry tle tinelotumry I
totfiry 1111 Since that lime he has bli been bwnHlllng In Inaiing beenrut
Hlllng aiing rut I I n g and last night n lib in tim condition conlltun co null tunis li licunip bIl tie tieeniunre >
cunip Il 1 P such that 111t hu 11 neat lont for or his hisphysician hisIlhys1un mu mulhnsietarn
physician Ilhys1un Dr K 1 W S Whltnuy Whltl In argu arguing aneuhlA nrrgtrI ¬
ing hlA I mg the motion 10tol for a I continuance conlllnlnle cnn in 11 rnsmmmnce Judg JudgPowers JUtlJ J tutlg tutlgloers
Powers 10s prisentid IltSII11 an 11 un nllldavlt 1111111 from the thedefendant thedfenllant tinedr
defendant dr fennlnn Hubbard HuIbnn and 111 ulfo One ne from fromDr fronmulr rm rmIk
Dr Whliney hlly setting Hetnlr forth that he was wastick wal nmrs1ik
tick court courtAccording f1c lourl courtAccoriling < and nnl not no In n 1 condition lonliion to attend mittenricourt attendcourt alenll alenlllourl
According to Dr Whitneys Whlnes statement statementHubbfird stnh11nt stnh11ntHuhhlrd stateunnemitItubbeurd
Hubbfird Huhhlrd Is suffering tllcring from roam acute aClle Indi Indigestion IndiIeslon inidugemitiomi ¬
gestion Ieslon and Inll will wi not hu able I blc to leave leavethe lea leavetire 0 I
the Jail Jnl irli tor several eOIlnldtH days to come comeI COle COleI
ii I am ar anxious anXIJIR nui buns to havo 1110 this tiri case clse diM disposed mi Is IsPosed ¬ i iposed
posed of by the first Irsl of o May II said saidJudge saidJnnnlge
Judge Powers lS sma s I hnve hle to go 10 to San SanFrancisco SanI SaumFrrsninisco
Francisco I rnlrlle at that time tme to attend alenl to a acane arlse arInse
cane rlse In time court of f nppenlt alllelll Tho 11 Van VanKuran YenKoran an anKurn
Koran Kurn case comes Oles up Wednesday edne81Ia and andI
I would like Iko this caso cae to go over until untilthc unti untiltime
thc 29th and 30th 30thAssistant 30thAS8ltnnt 30thAssistant
Assistant AS8ltnnt County nnmmiy Attorney torney Lonf Lonfbimrow InfImurow 1rnrfInnrnurow
bimrow placed County Physician Ihyslelln Mayo Mayoon Mnoon
on the ftnnd ftlnd and Ind In In answer InWer to a ilues iluestlofl fIU1 fIU1lon < iu i itlon
tlon lon of It counsel the doctor stated stltcd that thathe Ihnthe thatlie
he had this morning morn In made Ilde an exam examination Ixtm IxtmInaton examinnustion ¬
ination Inaton of the defendant Hubbard and andfound Ind Indfounl mmmlfound
found founl him hIm suffering surllln from Indigestion Indigestionwhich Indigeston Indigestonwhich inuligeetionwhich
which ho said wan Wil brought on by b too tooclose tooco tooclosi
close e confinement confinementDo < onlnemlil
co Do you Ol think thllk hint his iii condition cnditon Is Insuch Isfuch Isenneli
such fuch that t he could not unmr attend atend court coutlthla coutlthlalorn11H7 thla thlamornUiK tinisnnornimng
mornUiK lorn11H7 asked ked the tie attorney attorneyNo Itonc Itonco muttorrreyNot
No Not o replied replll the III doctor doctorThen Ioclorrhen doctorTbnen
Then said ohl Mr Ir Ivoofbourow IonJII I opPolio op oppope 01
pope Oe the t hI motion loton for a continuance ntnuavrE We Wearo WettIuO
aro 111 here ready rllll to GO ahead nhcld with wih this thiscase thisC1ge thrleease
case caseJudge C1ge C1ge1111e easelutlge
Judge 1111e Powers Power then arose nnd Ild said that thathe thAthe thoUire
he too wnl vn vins ready rlllly to l proceed proeed with wih the thecase Ihecale hiscase
case cale and Indlml hud expected to po 10 ahead nlHad with withIt wih wihI
It I until 1nt Informed Informel of thin defendants defellnnls 111 111new 11 liiflogs
new newJudge 11IS 11ISJuln flogsJudge
Judge Tlmmony without further ado adosustained adosmrstmrmmneul
Juln rllnon wihout ato atosustnlnll
sustained the motion of thc defence and nndthe andthe andtIme
the case was wnsset set for or next nxi Friday FridayMHS Jrldl JrldltHS irIdniMUS
MHS DOHA VAIIIEY VA ItI4EY DEAD DEADStnto 1 JFAIState An AnStnlc
State Organizer Orlillzcl fur fil inn llio LmliCH Jjll of the tlioJlncwbccs theV the3naIiees tie tieIR
V Jlncwbccs IR patec9 Passes Jnswi Away AwayEureka A AwaySpcinl way waysp
sp Spcinl I h l lEureka
Eureka Utah April lnril pl 22 22Mrs 2 Mrs lrs Dora Dornlrle DoraYarlty orn ornVorley
Vorley lrle died at nbout 2 oclock this af afternoon afternoon atternoon ¬
ternoon at her home hOle here Mrs Irs Var Vnrley VarIl
ley Il was about Ibout SS years Iars of age at the thetime thetre tinetinnie
time tre of her death nnd nnllelel leaves a I husband husbandand hUHbal11 hUHbal11and nunnbnnrmninan
and nan two children chidren to mourn her death deathMrs deah deahIrl noathnMrs
Mrs Irl Varley wns tl one of tire w most proml promlnent pllnl pllnlnent hromnument
nent women In the tle town and Ind has hal been beenItate bln blnItale beenstate
state ognnlzcr for the Ladles Lldles of the theMttcabeefl theIllcuheel time21tccunLrees
Mttcabeefl Illcuheel for some 10nw time tme She has 1111 In Installed Intlled Installed
stalled tlled many 111 lodges lodles In different Ilrrent towns townsIn
In the state ptlir and has hundred hunlred of frleiyls frleiylswho trllvls trllvlswho friemnlewimo
who will wil he 1 pained Ilnll 11 to Icnrn leUr of her sud sudden luII luIIcon stunidcii ¬
den con demise She 811 had only nl been Iii 1 a few fewdays tlI
days 111 1 and Ind her death dlRlh resulted Illulod from trlm blacktlhpintinenIa black blackdiphtheria blAckIlphlholla
diphtheria Ilphlholla The rw hate Ilto Of funeral funlrl ser services serices er erles ¬
vices les has not not yet been announced announcedLATE nnnounceLA nunnolincedLArELocLs
LATE LA LArELocLs LOCALS LOC LS
f
Mrs Irs Emma Emml McCornlckHIrd McCornlckBrl who has hasbeen hashtn hasiieen
been nulte quie ill 1 at n t the home of her par parents parents liarcute ¬
ents Is much luch better beler this afternoon afternoonMarriage afernoon afernoonMlrlnre afternoonMnrrlnge
Marriage Mlrlnre licenses lcenseR wore ore Issued I ul today todayto tolu
to Nicola Nicla Pelllclottl Ieliciolt 29 2 and Ild Nunzlatn NunzlatnPlueente Nunziltn NunziltnPlacenle Ntnnziatnlinsceumo
Plueente 30 both of Salt Lake and andSamuel a amidSauunuel tl tl8nlucl
Samuel 8nlucl L I Mllos IUF 21 2 U and nnl Annie Walk Wllk
21 both of Bait Sni Lake LakeArticles IakoArtclcl LakeArticles
Articles Artclcl Cr of Incorporation Ilcorporton were Werl filed 1101 to today toda totiny ¬
day da by the tl Salt Sni Lake OH 01 company comlln with witha wlh wlhf
a f capital caillnl stock rtock of J300000 3000 J D Wood WoodIs
Is president Simon Slmol Hambercer Ualler er vice vicepresident Ire IrereBllent lcelnresidennt
president reBllent J Ilnrnett Barnet secretary 8ecretlY and andtreasurer ant nundtreasurer
treasurer IrelAurlr nnd they time with wih W S Mo MoCornlck 57cCorumlck k kCorik
Cornlck Corik and Ezra Thompson 1h01son form the thedirectorate thodlrectorle thedirectorrito
directorate directorateThree dlrectorle dlrectorleThrt directorritoTInes V
Three Thrt cases of smallpox smalpox were reported reportedto
to the tle board bO lrll of health healh todny lola Carrie CarrieNokce CarrieNokes rrlo rrloNoke
Nokce 20 U5 1 14 North First west est J 0 oTrunnbtmil 0Trumbull nrll
Trumbull rll hu 1 19 Z Dwyer lwer building hUlllng Com Commercial om omlerclnl cnninercimmi ¬
mercial lerclnl street Itrell Frank 1 rlnk Larson Llrson 29 2 74 74Kant HInlt 71hnst
Kant Inlt First I lrst South SouthOovcrnor SouthGocrror Southlovemrmor
Oovcrnor Gocrror Wells Wels and Mayor Thompfon Thompfonmet rlomlJOI
mind met late this afternoon nfernoon In the inuyurM inuyurMolllee uunol nniniyiirsoiilne
olllee olc to mnke nrrnngoinontg nrmncolonl for or the its ap appointment fp fpjnlntlent aphirninntineflt ¬
pointment jnlntlent of n 1 reception recopton committee colllt and andother Rnl usedoIlier
other committees commitees for the Presldenth Presldenthvisit Irclltrnt IrclltrntIRlt
visit IRlt to Snlt 81It Lake Inle on 01 June 1 1The IThe 1Tine
The delightful llelghlulll little lt four not nt operetta operettaThe oprllR oprllRfl operettarim
The fl rim Jolly JoJ Fanner aMlr will wi Iw 1M presented presentedIn pl nl
In tine Seventh ward Tuesday and andWednesday anI anIWltlne8dny antiVeelnesdny
Wednesday evenings CICtlUt It I Is uhdT u IIr the thedirection IheIlrecton tiredireetloni
direction Ilrecton of Mian la Mabel Cooper COIIr and 11 run It ItIIHK I ithints
hints talent talentApostle his talentAjo talentAinnetie In Its Is cast est gome mc of tint tlil tx 181 st t local localtalent localtalent localtalent
Apostle Ajo ll Helur HfI r J Grant Orlnt has hn sin fir t rr r re recovered t mecovered ¬
covered eoveet an to Itc Ii able Ible n It 1 Is expe OXIJIttI oxpemitl teO to toattend 10IHewl toattermml
attend IHewl to the function tlnrlon to h be ahn Jn ei n In Inthc Inthe Intime
thc honor of Apostle pUe Lymnn IrAI cod 11 him himself himself himrlf ¬
self rlf prior Irlor to their thllr departure t1elllrtirO on mi nuisirinu nuisirinuto Mis Misto
to Knrnpo Juroje and nnl Japan Tlllan It t the Latter Latterday Lntlsrin ler lerdR
day dR trig In Saints Slntl college coleg building bultlng thin even evenIng lenIn merntrig
IngAt
At 4 oclock this afternoon nfeloon the lie attor attorneys Ilor Ilorne nnttorflOs ¬
neys ne I for the defense tllfenNI and all promt IlrS11111 limosiiieIlninn limosiiieIlninnIn uiiun uiiunIn
In the thl coco aH of the Stnto I3tatovs1rnpss vsKmot sI rll rnnk rmnknnd rnnknnll rnnkand
and Oeorge Glrl PenroMs Ilnroe accused of resist recimIng Ipplt IppltIII resisttrig
trig III an 11 oilloer o I rt r began IIun tholr nr Irlmn argunnnts argunnntson utnntn utnntnon nt nton
on lint tl demurrer lpmutrcr to the thl complaint tiled tiledby t1 t1b flintii
by b Attorney Alnrnpy Hay nn van In Colt eol ott The Thf rn rnIs tI nrei nreiIs <
Is II In Justice Juplcl Nlelsons Ieilon court III In hi himurrer hil his 1 1murrer
murrer Mr Ir Van In irn fott Col sets letl forth thnt thntthe 1111 1111Iht tiurttine
the facts taltR alleged nleCEd In the complaint complaintnot NmplA Inl Inlnot ii iiriot >
not constitute conslnle a public Iluhlr offense orcn n
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AUSTIN IS A AGREAT AGREAT
GREAT EAT GOOSE GOOSESays OU8ESays
Says Sir John Swinbourne Who is isVisiting I s sVIsitIng
Visiting Salt Lake LakeCOUSIN l LakeCOUSI kcl kclCOUSIN
COUSIN N TO THHS rlJ tjiJ E FAMOUS FA USrOg11 USrOg1111lhl US POET iOETof POEThinigilsie
11lhl hinigilsie itCui IIIIJr ber of Inrllniiiciil 1rlalU1 hse rita uuicirt Ix Ixiroots I IpruI Eturcsns
iroots pruI III 11 It Is Opinion 1lllu of tire t Iuct IuctIuurciili t tlti
Iuurciili 1 lti Irll m mcmi r to II tlieNcli tlieNcliA 111 II I it i 1 1A e ni niA
A dlttlnnfftbed clelnrflbet IlilUr l II inn Bait lal Iake Lakeyesterday Iakeeterla Iakeestertjay
yesterday eterla WM Sir Si lr John ftrinburne wlnburl8 of ofKnuland ofnland ofBngiand
Knuland nland M l P 1 from trm Newcastleoil NewcastleoilTyne Nsw ewlol atlanjnr atlanjnrTyxne
Tyne and Cousin lll lt of f trw t famous tmue Kngllih Kngllihixiet lngilinPoet tnglih tnglih1It
Poet wimnkumn wimnkumnlie
1It Swlnburnf SwlnburnfHe 81lnlurl
He I ram Iiln imrwltd 11 If1 by b a I letter leter of In Introuduotlon IntruducUon intronulmuetion
trouduotlon truducUon to to C II Sav Savage e from the thuOregon IhtOrern theOregon
Oregon Orern Short Una rwiuestln ftIUt1 the hit hitter luttlr huttsr ¬
ter tlr gentleman lpnletnRI to show the dlstlnxulnheil dlstlnxulnheilvisitor 1111nlul milatinguisheti1itor h11
visitor Iltor what Iht attention atenton he li eould ctuld during duringhis
his short Ihorttt may eta In Suit Sl1 take < ke During Durlt1 time thaafternoon th thartfoon timeattemnoomu
afternoon artfoon he visited vltf the Tabernacle TabernacleFott rn blllde bllldeI
Fott I olt on DIMINISH ol lal and I nd other olll points pulnl of Inter Interest Inltr InltrNt imnterrSt ¬
est Nt under unllel Mr Ir BUVBKHH SaaKt escort wort and nul eX oxhrreswni eXlrl1 x xpre
pre lrl1 hrreswni fpil himself hllllf II as h hnl being lng most 101 favor favorably CAIorabl favormuLl ¬
ably abl muLl Impressed 1llrut1 with wih the lie city ll though thouJh he hawas hewas hetas
was disappointed 11Iwolnte tSljOiflt ij In not seeing Ilng tine thoMrauns IhoIroms tinestreamnns
Mrauns Iroms flowing lowln on 01 both bll side l e of th thstreets thtrls thstreels
streets trls as I had hal been Iten Pictured IIIcturu to him him In Inprevious 11 halnrsviours
previous descriptions descriptionsHe decripton decriptonHe
He expressed xpro hlnmlf hllll as aim 10 disap disappointed dllll dtsniphtointed ¬
pointed Ilolntel at not hearing hlrlnl the Tatwnincla Tatwninclachoir TlhlnRrle TlhlnRrlecl0ll Tribennuiclechoir
choir cl0ll of which he staled he had heard imeartinnmucim heardmuch hlnll hlnllmuch
much pmli plll He I I nnicheil Ich 1 the thl Tuber Tnbernaclc Taberlac Tubermnacic
naclc lac f fre fner er the html 11111 number nurullr and nnd there therefore thererrt therefore
fore rrt did not have hl f the plenums 111e11 of hear hearing hor horInl hearInc ¬
Inc Inl It ItTo I itro
To a News i lplnlale iepresentntise pren ntntlve who whoatked whoullle whoasked
asked ullle him Home Ole questions qu Rlnn In regard re regnrt nr to tohis toI tomi5
his I IR Illustrious 111110UH relative hu slated stRll that thattin1 Ihlt Ihltt1 thatliii
tin1 t1 liii poet 1101 lives I In comparative cllllrll retirement retirementat
at Putney ulne and Ind dow dO1 not now devote devotehimself dCotAhllBI devoteinimnmmel
himself hllBI to any nn nmbltloux nmbiloul lnoetiealtork poetical poeticalwork IJOeteal IJOetealwork
work He Is II quite old and anl lives 1e9 Very Veryquietly vel veryquietly
quietly quht Asked Sltl > in express trll nn fl opinion opinionupon ollnlollupn oliinitiibupon
upon the merit of the poets Ioets liWt work ha halauRhed heIRulI1 irelauginert
lauRhed upn IRulI1 and said I perhapa IlerhI would w0111 btbetter bt bt liehelter
better heter able to give Ilve nn Intelligent Intelllenl opin opinion opinnlout ¬
ion 101 If I had ever Ivel been ben quite pure of ofwhat ofwhlt ofwhat
what whlt he means IlnS when iien lie writes Wrtps Ho Hoexpressed II lieexpressed
expressed expru et himself hlmel however as BI agreeing agreeingwith alreelut alreelutwlh agreeingslth
with wlh tin almost t universal 11111 opinion In Inliterary InIIHIlr iniltennnr
literary IIHIlr circle clrct In England Engl 111 that Hwln Hwlnburno Awlnblll0 Iwinbaruno
burno blll0 should hove been h etlllalp laureate Instead Insteadof
of Austin Austn Austin ulln Is ft f great rtRI goose goosehe gooseii oo e ehe
he ii said laughingly 1IIIhlrI and ad 1 think prob probably probeall probflil ¬
ably all his reign rllgn will wi end enlilhe the laureate IlureRtPhlp IlureRtPhlpIn inureaneehip inureaneehipinn hlp hlpIn
In England I IlouII should think they have havehad hto htohnd inavehints
had enlough enloughHe Inlolgh InlolghI
He wild MIl he hI WII vnit returning r tnrlll from ronn a trip tripto trimto
to I Vancouver VancolVlr aImcenmvor Island U 1 C Co ali arid nd would wouldshortly wunl wouldshortly
shortly horly sail 81 for Kngland Unglunll He II l is n man manof maimof ai
of nbout nholt 10 0 yoarH oarl oars and gives the inn linpresflon 1mlcsRlon innltrmssioni
presflon ot lcsRlon of a I thoroughly thorughh courtly courl nnd nndKeiitleinan anl amntitrill
lHl1hl trill lab cot Keiitleinan Aente1nn Aente1nnTI gennt leunmani t t11BTUHN
TI nAIII S 11BTUHN 11BTUHNThe nWIUIN nWIUINtrie RFIUllJIie
The trie Scimtor llltOI ami muimtIUslfe 11115 His Wife Ifo Urine 11111 Tliolr TliolrSon IlmeliSOIl h h hSOl
Son SOl Athnl AtIuoItlolnne AtIuoItlolnneSenator Home HomeSenator
hollol hollolScnlior
Senator Scnlior and nOI ann Mrs Mrsreturned Ir JOlaph Joseph cn L flawllns flawllnsreturned l lreture
returned reture home this morning morIng after ICernn ICernnnb nn nnnbsencfe annbsenmc4m
nbsencfe nb enc olf Just a month They rho were wireaccompanied wereIcolnptnlll wereaccotimpitnienl
accompanied Icolnptnlll by h their son Atliul thl who ho la lanow Ismiont
now 10 very ver sr much lurh Improved hnlJrOel In health healthIt healthI
It I will wl b be remembered thnt the yoUng younman younrrnn yoUngrrnnnum
man rnn was iai taken suddenly III 1 while wile nt ntschool atschool mitschool
school In Pennsylvania Iennsylmnlll and his ls parent parentwore 1111nt9 1111nt9wore horentstore
wore summoned to come at once olre ns nn nnoperation al alIPernton apmtreratIon
operation IPernton wns neccsjary neCC Plr Athol had hadscarcely hnllel matscarcely
scarcely el recovered rtcort from la grip grlwhel when itwtms It Itwas Itwus
was found tount that the umtitold IIBtoltcel1 cells back backof hackuf
of the right rlAht ear wre effected electell and nn nnoperation auoJfratlon tinoperation
operation oJfratlon none 1 ctnilJcred necessary necessaryir
Dr Wm J Taylor the great specialist specialistwns
wns called upon to attend the patient patientnnd pntlenlln patientamid
amid ln the operation was mot successful successfully RUeCl1 tul tulII ¬
ly anti skilfully sk Iltu 11 performed Several Severalcubic St Severnituhiic rlll rlllIuhlc
cubic Inches of bone were removed rerneelalld rerneelalldIhe anti nnJthe antitine
the wound Is now nearly 1IIarl wall we SenatorItawllns Senator SenatorHawllns SenatorHnwllnl
Hawllns when seen s en ut his olflce today todaysaid lodaysRld todaysaiti
said that the young mans hearing Is lanot Isnot Isriot
not much effected If nt all allMrs RIII1 allMrs
Mrs Hawllns and I had a most nw awful nwtul nwjul
ful trip East llI l sail Io 1 the Senator You YouUlio YOIIlllo You Youknno
Ulio WWI left on Saturday aturIII but we did didnot diirIot 1111not
not reach cur son on until on Thursday Thursdayhaving Thurst1ahl1ln Thursdayuntying
having hl1ln been caught In the Nebraska Nebraskastorms NchraskaIIlorms Neirraskastorms
storms W WI e were very anxious Indeed Indeedover Inlledocr Intheeniover
over Athols condition conllt1on when we left leftand lertulld leftanti
and the delay dlln en route Increased Increa ed our ouranxiety ournxlel ouranixiet
anxiety nxlel However he was better when whenwe simenwe
we arrived the operation having been beenperformed beersltcrtormned
performed anti mont successfully successfullyThe
The Senator has traveled over 7009 7009miles 700mules
miles since the I ins Inauguration iialnmgineeni havlnir havlnirbcn
bcn In Bait Lake on iris return from fromConfess frontConp4ress
Confess only n few days when he was wasagain witsagain
again summoned Easthemintnr East EastSenator
Senator Itawllno has received many manyloiters manyletters
loiters lately for Information concern concerning eonncernlleg ¬
leg the disposal of the appropriation appropriationmade
made by the last Count onngrmes ecu for the re refunding rofunitling ¬
funding of the 10 per Iont taxes that thatwas tinnitouts
was Illegally collected from certain certainmerchants certainnnrerciunte
merchants and others some im years ago nsoHe agolie
He wishes It knoivn that If the per perwins perliouis
wins Interested will correspond directly directlywith dIrectlysvitin
with the secretary of the treasury their theirletter theirletters
letter will bc reported to the proper properdepartments properiieymartnnnrnte
departments and Instructions will b bsent be besent
sent to them directSenator direct directSenator
Senator llswllns found several letters lettersawaiting lettersawaIting
awaiting him cm his arrival here that thatare thatnine
are of public Interest letters from fromAdJutanlRenernl fromArljnitafltCensrSIl
AdJutanlRenernl < YrMn announce that thatr thatrerjatn
r rtnfn ttah men that the Senator Senatorendomed Senatorsundnneed
endomed have been appointed to take takoexamination takeexanuilnation
examination for appointments In tine thaarmy tinearmy
army Gco iii H Penrone was appolntted appolnttedto
to l take ik the examination for captaIn onptalnand
and quartermast r I V S A let F FI FUwnv
I Uwnv wn v was appointed to take the he ex examinations nixsnnlnallofls ¬
aminations fir mnjor and paymaster paymasterV
V S A chas 1 B Stanton was ap appointed aPpointed
pointed In take tritiiilnatlon for captain captainand
and paymaMtr V S A AAnother AAnnoiier
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member nf the th xubmmmltte but says sayiIlmt saystush
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SIX MEN ARE BURNED TO DEATH
St Marys W Vn April 22 213y ny th thburning the theinurning
burning of the Commercial hotel her herslast herIfLSt
last night six ix men lost their lives livesTUB livesTIlE
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