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rl IRST YEAR THURSDAY tll y 3 Y MAY r 2 nOl 1901SALTLAKE SALT Al LAKE A KE CITY OJTY1Jr1U UTAH m NUMBER N NtJM13i189 M11Ell 139 13 13m
of WallStreet Wall WallStreet WallStreet
Between Financial Giants
JDig Big fflgl3flhtIC Baltic
Street for Supremacy and Overthrow Overthrowof
of Goulds Railroad Plans
Commercial CommercialMS
May ltI
< < or or4 Friends I ot E II Hl IItlrn3n IIr
l rtior i SIlS MS > with much conndcnco conndcncort confencoCieyndlcateof
tlrn3n r Cieyndlcateof 6SI flttt rt yndlcllt at t which hchheto hchhetoyt Iitcli Iw Is Istd Isl
yt y that control ot the hC Un Unrv UnradO Unrallroaht
rv td l has anroS nt This claim Is t tig tigStSJU6101111011 slgr
StSJU6101111011 radO closely Idcnlt IdcnltI
beesue e pfrsons
r an tt becau yndicnte have imvote ImvcJdlr
I Ih lt the teMl e nrriman land within the pat patfc pu IU113tb t tthat
Jdlr Ml de
fc e i that lhy thu could not tell any anyby iy iyliC
b out th slLuatlon slLuatlonThe ILufltI0 ILufltI0Th
1 liC uhout mames to by Mr Mrs Mrfr Mrfrnds
The Th fr frnds > nd nds today Is t based basedV baselly
V It supposition position that In tile that thoumftltlt tileJntttp1
ti y n hUjJlllf ot lost Tuelda the thotlid theLal
t umftltlt Interests secured securedf
f tlid i5ttVnlonlacllto i d d 01 the Hsrrlman rnloll Iarlllc shares har s to tor torf tore
Jb jb
r holdings to thai the nnjorltjr nnjorltjrw mnJorlt1llollng
rf l ilr Jr r
tnlon Pacific sltua sltuah ItUI ItUIIh
the th
1llollng Ijs w 3If
Ih h Mall lllinJ unJ ni Express I hns tile flc fol folTI folwIl1
i wIl1 wIl1F ler lerF
TI the current tremendous tr market marketVnlon mnrkQtIn
F Atchl Atchlonc AtchlnbJg AtchI2big
flt In Vnlon nlon Pnclllc and un
nbJg adlanes ol turrlng III onc Cacti to tobeame toyIt I
yIt beame cl ckar ar that II a I1ch1ll1 go
III lUbe be Gren at the Tnberiacje fn
crnaclo Satur Sat ur
day at Jt alI1 IJ by br Walter WalterTabernacle Waltcrhe
he great
A aij art for the Tabernacle Organ will b
first time In
fldlor lof on
Walter saturday nt 11 a m when
S Jelht the or organ anlst at the tam nm
Tfmpl emplp
lit WUhlnlton D I
will at Ih the
01 rw and atmu mu mUlloal i fVCjuelt frIends m ot resident residentwill
blli redIal > give n tree
led by Irot Th TVoctor The doctor will be n nP all
i 0 Mr
Jddrdi t lIan and M Mr Ir II 8
P Ncn1ltl en in
J be h ard Sr wSi00 baritone Voice will
i I be entirely Dr r Walters alters lers 8eJections Uoni Uonimemory
Lu r at rar rQ trom memory but an anti
ab1ls and entertainment IIpromlsetl Ia promised
J g f tI tI Mctltllan MctltllanIU hfldr Hdrrn are barred says
s nccent
lII D1COVery Ir the Jlcrnlll
AIlUles the 1II5hol
shop W ti ° n Pr P
ton n
S returned home
tnClMllng troln 0
t1I l Cache v Valley
h l2er 1I h has w
41 been n Jading spen lng sever severlta
When She
his lta
t n tG th attention was
the SaIL ait Lake Jlecltll dispatch
I herald from Logon
neat tratly I IIInUsetI
I t 1a t Italll Ie
that JJlshop W n Prcli
Ing on between great money Interest Interestover Intclcslsover
over tho cctnbltshment of transconti transcontincntal transcontlncntll trafl3COltlnenta
ncntal systems sjBtemsIt y Lemll LemllIt
It now appears that this fight cen ccnters centers centers
ters around uroun the plans of George J JGould J JOould Slouid
Gould and 13 J H Harrlman to establlsl establlsla
a 1 vast net work of roads from the At Atlantlo AtInntlc Atlantlo
lantlo to the Pacific ocean and William William1C
1C 1 Vanderbilt and the Pennsylcanlo Pennsylcanlorailroad Pcnlll1lcanllrllllroad PenneYlcarliarnilroad
railroad people teeIng what was ii iiliavo up uphavo Illhave
have made up their minds to frustrate frusttatithem trushatuthem frustratethem
them themWith themWith themWith
With the Gould and am11Iarrimlln Hairlman people peopleon peoll
on tho one hand are Bald 6 < 11 to be Kulm KulmLeob IuhnJcob lthhnLeob
Leob company who ho uro Identlflet IdentlfletWith l lditlflettItIi ntlOvd ntlOvdWllh
With ItIi the Union Pacific management managementwhile
while iiIie Mr Morgan Mor an Is believed to have havelnt havlInt havelent
lInt his influence to the Vanderbllt am amPennsylvania anti anllPcnnslanla antiIennsIvanla
Pennsylvania forces forcesThe forcesIhe forcesThe
The Rockefellers who ilO are Identified Identifiedwith l IdentifiedWith elltiOedwith
with Mr tr Gould In the southwesten southwestendeal
deal are said suldto to have stood aloof from fronthe tromthe fromthe
the Union Pacific Incident and an to have havedone havedone havelone
done nothing which could bo Jo criticised criticisedby
by Mr Morgan olgnn with Itim whom they art artassociated lireussoclated areassociated
associated In many mnn affairs
Vnr eW w Orleans May n Y 2P 2Ire 2Prclddflt al lent Mc MetMwnpanleil McInI Mcumnpanieh1
InI tMwnpanleil by y Oov 00 Heard HeardMayor lIear13or Heardisor
Mayor Oapdevllle and un escorted by byjnteddturhmentof byunted t tteddetrhmt
unted jnteddturhmentof teddetrhmt dtt rhmtnl ot police ami the thesana thooUtsana thutjtan
troop left the St Stv Stharici StarIes
oUtsana tjtan sana
arIes v hutd I it 32 9 0 litter ° breakfast breakfastlnYls Jrellknstng
ng lnYls In hiS apartments with Mrs Mc Menl McInkY Mcn1
and proceeded to the Southern Southerniturslty Southernnlnullr SouthernlrsitY
InkY nl > ln
iturslty a colored Institution where wheren8enthusiastically wheroe
1 n8enthusiastically s ntbUstaStiCalb received by the theiu thoL theLdtS
weather to toi toIs tois
> and itudenM
iu L LdtS ltr r UU
i > is clear de r and warm warmAi wnrmAI srmAi
Ai the Vrtsldent entered tho thoof thoourd theotlT
ourd otlT of the > university he was wel welrrl wcl1M wolmed
med 1M with lth Hail HailIO t tO the Chief sungby sungbychorus flu stmrmgbychorus 1gb 1gbchorus >
chorus of 1000 school children nnd nndcompanleJ ntlconpanie I d dconlpanlc
companleJ by the thelIdents students orchestra oichestra1oinlv olchestraliooml11g orchestraehomi1g
1oinlv adtosms adJm s were made iJ A by byftrgt byerge byerg
ftrgt erg IPJU and Krnwtlne M Theo Theoil
il lIe > brltht brl ht pupils of the school unjl unjlsHdent 11111PrtiJdcnt nn nnC
C PrtiJdcnt sHdent made a felicitous response responseh reJon o ohlih
hlih h he Mid sal addressing the negro negroil negroIdren
il Idren Iren IrenI
I am glad gla to know that till tiller liltfr tillU
er th the South where most of you OU dwell dwelllie
lie e Hates hare provided Institutions of ofjarnlnK otarnlng ofarning
jarnlnK where every erer boy and every girl girlin
in n i repsre P re Ihwnsclvs for usefulness usefulnessid
id d honor under the government In Innch Inhleh inhrh
phich hrh they live t The thing today tollll Is to topractlral toprartlcal toprarticai
practlral What you OU want lInt Is to get getluatlon getutaHon getirat1on
luatlon and an with It you OU want good goodleer goodheer ooil ooilheer
heer leer and with these you OU want wnll t to fos tonir
ir r Industry and It you OU havo thcso thcsoii
ii ree things you OU ivili lll have success successny successYhere successyhere
ny Yhere here and everywhere Ood bless blessi blesirie blessuge
rie i thousand ngrans attended the theprption th thr thection
prption r ction pllon among them the leading lo lofl lornembtr
fl 1 rnertibi memberl rj cf X the race racethe raceFra
Frm the Southern university the thephich
President IreIJ nt was as driven to the historic Ca Cablldu CabllJu Cablido
blldu where n multitude of people had hadgathered hn hnJatherel1 hadgathered
gathered It Was t as within the Cablldo CablldoIn
In the low Io now occupied by b 1 the state stateHupremo statesupreme tllteHuprcrno
supreme court that the transfer Lrnn ler of the theLouisiana theLoulslulln theLouisiana
Louisiana territory by > France to Gov GovClalborne GO GOClalhorno GovCialburne
Clalborne the American commissioner commissionerof
of PiPBldent lIc ltIellt Jefferson Jeff rson occurred The ThtPresident ThePresldcnt TuePresident
President was received today by i Clov ClovHeard UovJlvard 0evheard
Heard the state olllcluls and the mem members l11embers macrnhers
bers of o the supreme court promptly at atnoon
noon and was escorted to n seat on tho thorltht thoright timeright
right of Chief Justice Nlcholls Presi President Presldent Iresident ¬
dent Fortier of the Louisiana Histori Historical ¬
cal association was recognized by b the thechief thechlet tilechief
chief Justice and delivered nn address addresson
on tho hlstprlcal associations of the theCabjldo theCllbllJo1he tileCabftdo
Cabjldo CllbllJo1he The President made a brief briefreply brletrepV briefrepi
reply ahil nh 1 official record rcro was made madeon
on the minutes of o the visit ot Picsldent PicsldentMcKlnlo PINhlentlcI lzcsidentMc1tnle
McKlnlo lcI < lne to the court courtAfterward coOlArLerwurd courtAfterward
Afterward the President Prelll cnt spokebriefly spokebrieflyfrom poke tiricily tiricilyfront rll1 rll1from
from the balcony hnicom to un Immense as assemblage liSscm1Jlafe assemblage ¬
semblage In the streets A national nationalsalute natlonnlsalute nationniralute
salute brought the ceremonies to a aclose 1 1clos aclose
close closeThe closIhc closeTile
The President and his hl cabinet made madetheir 111110thclr nmtletheir
their way with difficulty through the thencroH thencreH timeacres
acres of people mirrnumllnK the Cnbll Cnblldo abultie
do on their way back to their hotel hotelThey hotelThc hotelThey
They Thc drpve rpo through throngs of cheering cheeringpeople chcerlnlcolile cheeringPeOIie
people uml urn tho Presidents face ace was waswreathed wasrlntheJ waswreathed
wreathed In smiles as he acknowledged acknowledgedthe
the unceasing demonstrations In his hishonor hishonor hisImonor
honor honorAfter honorArLer ImonorAfter
After luncheon and a short rest the theparty thepnrt timeparty
party Including Inc1u lng many man of the ladles ladlesboarded lIulleKhoarde1 ladiesbuardeti
boarded the hit river steamer City ot otSt otSt ofSt
St Louis and visited the Hcene of the thebattle thoImttlc timebattle
battle of o New Orleans Thc Presidents Presidentsboat lresltlentibOllt
boat was accompanied by a rcorc of ofgaily otIally atgaiiy
gaily decorated tugs and other craft craftThe craCtIlw craftTue
The levee on either side was lined with withpeople withpeople Itim
people 1001 > 10 The Presldente train will wllllcao wllllcaoat leave leaveat
at 6 oclock
oieraor Must Shortly Appoint a Commissioner of Statistics StatisticsStale StatisticsStale StatisticsState
Stale Engineer and Fish and Game Warden WardenWho WardenWhothe Who Whothe
the Candidates AreJ Arc =
I i flttta the next couple of otwecks weeks weekshTW weekseror
hTW Wells > Si umjer legislate legislatethe
fled b by the Ian Legislature will be beI beultfd beutred
ultfd I to name three state omcers officersloner omcersrunlulonfr omcersaamllooer
runlulonfr loner of the bureau of stalls stallsMe statlsAte
L Me Ate engineer and fish and game gameP samerden
I rden rdenhe rdeohe
P he first rst tofthesocince of these olnees lsnewtothe Is new to the
te it t Utah and highly hIgh Important In InIt
nature It came Into existence existenceHi
1 igh lh th cfetM ehamilommship harn loIl9hp ° hlp of Ucprescn
1 Hi 11 n n S K
C 1 III Vflli of Salt Lake who whonnd
aUthOr and who pressed Its pas
ktnr through IJclh ih branches of thc law lawei In
bod body
11 IOlS Into effect May
11I ul be made operative orerntlvcft
ei eiorerntlvc
nut two cears ars L by
f 1 fit G on ft an PProprla PProprlathls
ot this
s to the amount J3000 J3000ner
t tvO vO Year ear ummlssC1ner ner Ilt th the rate of
Whl the relJlllllln Z3 3
a tIU be
Cases d dvnt tlJ j to t flalng incidental
IUth liS a ollke
1p p nod rent clerical
Printing This olJlce III con
sldcrcd n very er desirable one and the thecompetition thccompetition thecompetition
competition for It Is quite keen Thero Theroare
are bovernl receptive flc pte and a number of ofactual otactual ofactual
actual and active candidates can l atep Among Amongthese Amongthese Amongthese
these are Mahonrl M 1 Steele Jr ot Gar Garfield Garfield Oarfield
field county count who was clerk of the tholower thllower thelower
lower branch of the Legislature Fred FredW FrcilW Fredw
W Price of Salt Lake F I J Hammer Hammerland HammerInnll hammerland
land of Iloxelder nnd K J T Hyde of ofLogan otLORnn ofLogan
Logan KxChlef J ICChl f of Police Arthur ArthurPratt ArthurPratt rthurPrntt
Pratt who was 118 In the field flel at one time timeIs
Is said snl to have withdrawn The name nameof
of General John Q Cannon has 1m also alsoboen alsobtian fusebuen
boen suggested 11 for the place though It ItU ItIy Itis
U not certain that he would accept on onaccount onnccounl onaccount
account of the pressure of other busi business buslIICSS busimiess ¬
ness nessFor IICSSFtr miessFor
For the olllce of state engineer the thecandidates thoeandl timecandidates
candidates eandl ate8 tire Mr Ir Uemnull the pres present pHSent present ¬
ent Incumbent exCity Knglneer I nlneer A F FDoremus FJ F1orernus
Doremus J > oremlls of Salt Lake anti Caleb Tan Tanncr TAnncr Tanncr
ncr of Provo ProvoFish ProoFhh IrovoFish
Fish and Game Warden John Sharp Sharpwill ShArpwill Sharpwill
will haven hnvc u competitor for the place II ace he henow honow imonow
now holds In tho person of Frank FrankMargetts PrankInrgetts FrankMargette
ton has n Ii llthla water well on his farm farmat arm I Int
at lienson In this county Some time timeago thl1tago timeago
ago he honotlcecl noticed that the water contained containedpeculiar contalnellIcullar containediecuilar
peculiar medicinal properties and took tooksome tooklIome tooksome
some to Salt Lake for analysis where whereIt
It was pronounced Ilronounc i pure > ure llthla water waterAll wnterAll llter4Ahl
4Ahl All the notables of the Mormon MormonChurch MormonChurch IormonChurch
Church arc now shipping the water to toSalt toSnit toSalt
Salt Lake for drinking purposes It ItComes Itomcs ItCoimles
Comes from rom a flowing well bored many mnnyyear mllll mllllear manyyear
year ear sago and Its virtues were but re recently recently recently ¬
cently discovered dlscovcicdWhy IlIscoelcllh discoveredWimy
Why h said pal the Bishop ns he gave gavevent snccnt gavevent
vent to a good natured > c1 laugh I can cantell cantell cantell
tell you OU nothing about this well that thathas thathas thatIlas
has not been known for years ear There ThereIs
Is nothing new about It I dug It or ordrove ordroo ormirovo
drove It many l11an years cnrs ago and Its me medlclnal Inelclnnl miledicina
dlclnal qualities have long been estab established estabIIshed estabhisimed ¬
lished lishedHow IIshedHo hisimediIow
How Ho 16ng l ng asked ask the News I man manOh InanOh moanOh
° Oh a good many mnn years can ago agoTen agoTln agoTen
Ten ventured the reporter reporterMore reporterIore reporterMore
More than that thatFifteen thlltFifteen thatFifteen
Fifteen FifteenNearly FifteenNearl FifteenNcarI
Nearly twentyI should < think thinkSo
So you OU will see by this continued continuedthe
the Bishop that It Isnot Is not a recent dis discover dlscoerthat discoverthat ¬
cover coerthat that It Is not a 1 new ne thing I Ihave 1havc Ihave
have had ha the water shipped to Salt SaltKike Snit11ko SaltLake
Lake for or years eArll and constantly ue It In Inmy Inm Inmy
my m home My 1Colks folks want nothing else elaoIt elsoJt elseIt
It Is the purest Hthlft In tho state nc nccordlnff nccordlnl ticcordinsr
cordlnff to nn analysis made tor me by bythe b bthe bythe
the University some years NIIII since It Itcoincs ItcOlles ItCannes
Cannes from 400 feel feelbeneath beneath the surface surfaceof
of the ground cr und end the flow OO fills an inch In h
and ani a quarter pipe und IInl Is used for irri irrigallon Irrlcatloll Irrigatiofl
gallon purposes purposesThe IlurllosoThe iturPOSosThe
The well 011 Is i situated > on BIshop Prea Preatons Irratons Ireatomis
tons Illvcrnldo faun In Cache count countand countnil county countyanti
and nil 11 Its wonderful water wa tlr has bee beedrunk heelltntllk been beendrumik
drunk with bencllclnl effect by b citizens cltltenIn tllIumIn
In varloua parts of Utah for a long per perlod 111 111loll itllad
loll While It I t may yet et prove lru to be o ogreat 01 01grent ofgreat
great commercial value the Illshop ha hanever haMIer has hasnever
never yet et charged anything lr for It be beyoml b beomlII
yoml 01111 what the actual cost st of trans transportatlon transIlortntion transiortiitlon
portatlon amounted to A really rellll Inter Interostlng Interstlng interesting
ostlng fact Is the selfpreseivutlvtiualltlc selfpreseivutlv lelfplesermLtIeclunlltlcs seifpreseivativequalities
qualities of the water For l or instance InstancHilltop IntnnceIlIlholl instanceIhisilop
Hilltop Preston drew a 1 pitcher o osparkling uf ufpllrkllllJ ofspurkiiimg
sparkling water from a 1 fortygalloi fortygalloibanel tortyguilanbarrel OIIgllllol1bnlIcl
barrel nt his home today todll The he watewas wnterwns wate saterwas
was brought from the well Severn Severnmonths several severaliflomIths cI11 cI11months
months ago nnd was as fresh and de delicious d dIIcloU8 diieioue ¬
licious as when wh n It came from th thground tile tholroulIIl tileground
ground groundVICTIM lroulIIlVIelDt groundVICP131
Miss Iila Harton of tim Twentyltrsi TwentyltrsiVnrd
Vnrd Ojicrutcil Ujion UjionIda UIIOIIIdn UpoiuIda
Ida nnrton who 110 lives at 13 J street streetwas streetwas streetwas
was taken to Dr Lewis private hoi hoipltal hOIIltal liospital
pltal this morning and nndoporlltcl1 operated upor uporfor uponfor lllontor
for appendicitis She Is jetting on ai aiveil aswell
veil 1 11 as could bo expected Mini Bar Barton IInrton liarton
ton had been In the best of health up u U UInst to toInst tolast
Inst Friday Prlrll when she was as taken III IIIShe IIISho liiShe
She Buffered suffer 1l considerably but It dli dlinot did didnot ht htnot
not occur to her that he van the vic victim viethu Ie Ietlm ¬
tim of o appendicitis until yesterday yesterdaySlu yesLor lY lYSIll
SIll iit > Is 0110 of the most popular youns younsIndie YOlllgInillea yoImmmindies
indies of the Twentyfirst ward anti amiher IImlher antiher
her many mon friends will wait nlt and hope hopennxloutly hopennxloual hopenitiouly
nnxloutly for hir recovery Dr An Anliewon AniNOfl 11 11deIIon
liewon performed time operation OJl rutlon assist assIsted
cd by Drs Wright and Lewis LewisQUIAN JewlsQUIAN LewisS LewisQIJIAN
Geological Survey IIII Itcjiorts a Great GreatAbundance GrcntAbUllllullco GreatAbundance
Abundance of Water WaterSpecial WatelSpeclnl ttter ttterSpecial
Special to the News NawsWashington NewsWoshlngton NewsWaSillilgtOml
Washington D C May Ia 2 2The Tho geolo geological goologlcal gooiogical ¬
gical surveyor who has ht been making a asurvey aIU asurvey
survey IU of the supply of o water on QuInn Qulnnreservation QuInnrcserva Quinnreservation
reservation rcserva tlon has made report to the sec secretary secretnr secrotary ¬
rotary retnr ot the Interior which shows that thatthere thatthero thattllere
there Is abundance of water waterA uhl uhlA
A postotllee at Alta Aim Salt Lake Co Cohas CohaH Cohas
has boon established with John G GBtlllwell aSLlllwell 0I3tiilweii
Btlllwell us postmaster postmasterLATELOCMS postmastorLATE postmnasterLATE
Sampson Benjamin aged Cl and andMary nndlilaI andMary
Mary lilaI Peterson l tersoll 43 both residing In InSalt InSalt inSuit
Salt Lake today to ay obtained a license to tobe tobe tobe
be mauled mauledThe marrleTho mnamrledThe
The county board this morning morn 1M up appointed uppolnte uppoimlted ¬
pointed Gideon Mumford of Sugar SugarHouse HugoIHouse Sugarhouse
House and David Da vlJ McMillan of Murray Murrayas Iurraynil
as a county board of 0 school examiners examinersfor
for tho coming year yearAttorney yearAttorney oar oarAttorno
Attorney Wanlois this ills morning made madean mlL e enil
an objection to the removal of Lynch Lynchand 1l1chI1IHI Lynchatiti
and King to the state prison for the thepurpose thepurpore tilePurpose
purpose of making on exception In the theappeal theIIllptnl tileflhlpefli
appeal of the case to the Supreme SupremeCourt SuprclneCourt SupremeCourt
Court CourtThe CourtThE CourtTue
The time within Which the Salt Lake LakeCity lnkeClt LakCity
City Clt Hullroail company has hastu to accept acceptits
its franchise on Eighth Kast In t street to toForest toJorollt toForest
Forest Dale I > ale expires on Monday May MayC Mn
C after which date It Is forfeited or felted The Thereason mereason rhereuson
reason of the delay deln Is that so many manyForest manyrorest manyForest
Forest Dale people have objected to the thenew tholIew the110W
new road roadTho roaLlThe roadTime
The county commissioners made a aPlight nslluht aFiitImt
Plight change In the wording wOl lng of the theItapld thoHapl tiletapid
Itapld Transit companys franchise franchisefrom franchiSefrom rllnchleerom
from rom Cannons corner Into town The Thefranchise Theilanchtse Timefranchise
franchise aslt Is changed reads single singlefare singlefare singiefare
fare Instead of five cents c ntl the single singlefare sllllletnre slimgiefare
fare being only onl 4 cents when ticket ticketbooks tlcltetbools ticketbooks
books arc used usedThe usedTime 1ge 1geThe
The Central Investment company to today tol1a today
day l1a conveyed to Glen 11 Hothwell for fora or ora
a conilderatloffint consl erntlotror GOOO lots G r to 36 In Inblock Inhlock inblock
block 1 lors lot 1 to 13 In block 2 lots 1 to toIi toin
6 In block 3 and lots 1 to 22 in block blockAltn 4 4ita 1 1lIn
Altn lIn Place n subdivision ot part at atblock othloel ofhihock
block 3 live ttv acre plat A Big Field sur survcy surey imurvey
vcy ey
The Cyclone c clono Mining lIntn Milling com company comIJany coinpany ¬
pany today Illed articles of Incorpora Incorporation ¬
tion with the county clerk Tho capi capital cllpltnl capital ¬
tal stock Is limited to J40000 In tencent tencentshares tencclltshareR tencemltsilares
shares The company will develop < < the theCyclone theCdone theCyclone
Cyclone amid Tiptop claims In Hush Hushvnlley Hushvllllc flushvalley
vnlley mining district Tooele county countyThe countThe countyTime
The directors are J A Orose presi president presldent presitlent ¬
dent C I n Jack vice president L I H HDunning HDunnlnl IIDunning
Dunning secretary and treasurer M MM AlM 1
M VanFleet and L I T 1 Hrockbank HrockbankELECTRIC JlrockbankBLEOlHlO hirockbamlkEIjE0rItIo
XoitliCliuko Franchise Heine Heln Consul Consulcreil Conslllcwl Considereit
creil by Commissioners CommissionersThe
The NorthClarke = application for n nfranchise nfrnnchlo afranchise
franchise to run an electric railway railwayalong rallwanlons railwayalong
along the upper county count road rOA to reach reachMill r reachMiii nch nchIIII
Mill IIII Creek last Mill IIII Creek Holllday Hollldaylllg
lllg Cottonwood and ali < I Hutlervllle Uutl rvllle Is be being beIng beImmg ¬
ing carefully care full weighed by the county countycommissioners countycOlllml countyconmmnissioners
commissioners cOlllml sloncrs The fact that the build buildIng bullJIng buildlag
Ing of a railway on this road ron which Is Isthe Isthe isthe
the only ani available winter wagon road roadwould IOA IOAould roadwould
would cut n fourrod street Into two two21feet two21teet two21feet
21feet thoroughfares Is a matter for forserious torHertous forserious
serious consideration acid one which whichthe whichthe vhiciothe
the CMir UIrissloners ssloners will not act upon uponvintll uponuntil uponuntil
until they the are assured IIssure what are tho thowishes thowtahes timewishes
wishes of the people In the circum circumstallre circumustaimee circumstance ¬
stance staimeeIIAIUIY
HAItllY WILSONS witox8 TUIAL TUIALTried TlttrTried TItItrTried
Tried n Second IccontlIiitie Time for Kohbery KohberyJury HohlJerJJill htobberyJoe3
Jury Jill Impaneled I 111 III II clelI Today TodayHarry 101In 101InlInrr Todayharry
Harry Nelsons second secon trial on a acharge I IchArge acharge
charge of robbery was commenced be before beforo before ¬
fore Judge Ju ge Stewart this morning Al Alnost Almost I Imost
most tho entire forenoon was as taken up upmpanellng upInllanelng upimnpaneiing
mpanellng Inllanelng a I 1 Jury jur after aler which Prose Prosecutor Prosecutor Prosecutor ¬
cutor Klchnor made his statement tntelheit to toho totho totime
ho Jury jur After Afer the noon recess Altar Attorney Ator Atorney Altarney ¬
ney Wnnless made his hlstutoment statement for forhe forthe fortime
he defense defenseI4miiimg
Suing fur fll Divorce DivorcePrlscllla Umrce UmrcePriscilla iivorecPriscilla
Prlscllla Priscilla E Illcc this morning Instl Instluted Instltute Instituted
uted tute proceedings procee lnJs for divorce dhoNe from her heriusband hcrliusbnnll herhusband
husband Waller Woler niter 11 nice nce whoso Idle Idleness Idlcncss idleness ¬
ness anti dissipation she Jhe charges are nrecsponslble meresponslblo areresponsibie
csponslble for his failure tnltre to o provide provideor prvide prvidetor
for or herself herelt and her slxmonthsold slxmonthsoldhlld strmollthsol1chid
child chid She n asks ks for the custody eUlto y of the thehlld thechll thechild
child chll 5SO SO attorney atore fees and coils of ofult oCJult ofsuit
suit ult
lUToro Bef ro ihtitigo Itiil lll o Hall HallJudge Jal BaliJudge
Judge Hall Hal made the th following tololng orders ordersoday order orderstoday
S SiIttrrlonSpier
today to3 odayHarrison
to3Ilrrlon Harrison Ilrrlon iIttrrlonSpier Spiers vs J K Dooly Dool reset resetor rClct resetFrank
tor or May III J8 J8Frank 8 8frunk
Frank Pardons vs Matilda Iatda Parsons jfl flg flgtime
time tme extended cten ed to May Iay 15th to Jursons Jursonstme file fe and anderve nnd nndere andserve
ere notice of motion for new trial trialCnso trialCns trialCso
Cnso Disrnlwd DisrnlwdOn Ulnltl UlnltlOn IIsmnk IIsmnkon
On motion IOtlon of Patterson Paleron Meyer lolr nt ntorneys ottornen attorneys
orneys for plaintiff Illalnttt Judge JUr11e JudgeMor Mo Ioro e this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning dismissed the co cle caseof e of otJohnE otJohnEDuUols John JobnEDullois E EDuIIoli
DuIIoli Vs Timothy Egan Elan
His Majesty Bent on Building Buiding the theCanal theCanal i iCanal
Canal CanalBILL CanalBELL
IrorogMlouVIII rorolllon1 bo Accompanied CCOIUIIO li lin I II by bya
n I Strongly Worirt VorUrit Declaration UcChultol ol olIlio 01 01the ohlimo
the IlioBerlin MImmitr3 MImmitr3fleriln 111tr 111trDerln
Berlin Derln May rA 2 2Th Tho clmiwKor chnnctor Count Countvon CountVan CountVon
von Uuelow teportcd Ilported pmonally lfrloI ito itolmperor tc tcKmperor toBmperor
Kmperor William Wllnm yesterday stcrdu and AI com complained complnlne centitlained ¬
plained ot tho Intentional Intentonnl delaying dcln > lng o otho ot otthe oftime
the canal bill bil by the majority raj rl In th thdiet the thediet thediet <
diet The government thereupon thereupn gave gaveup Ilve IlveU gaveUI
up U further negotiations neHotatlons The resigna resignation rUlgnaton ¬
thin ton of Dr von Mlquol lluol the lm 111 flounce flnunocminister I1nllc I1nllcIlnlstcr flounceminister
minister Ilnlstcr Is now npI considered comdderel111I likely to be bepresented be1fStted belrSeflted
presented 1fStted In the Immediate Immedilto future Tho Thodiet ThodIet Thethat
diet will wil be cloied cosoll before Whitsuntide Whitsuntidebut Whltluntl1e Whltluntl1eJut
but It will 11 not be dissolved lssol nor will wtlthere wIt willthere
there be an appeal on al the subject to the thocountry thet timecountry
country t ountt by J moana mOlna of a new election electionOlllclal eloclhmOUclal electionOhilcIai
Olllclal OUclal publications IJublca loin ruggidlng rgan11ng the theabove theube timeabove
above ube are expected OXIJvctt1 tonight Kmperor KmperorWilliam Imperor ImperorWllum Iftuperorhliiammo
William Wllum hliiammo and Ind tho tJ lrusslan cabinet Olblnet ad adhere n nhere adhere ¬
here to their Intention Intenton to build uld time tlitcanal thocanll timecanal
canal canalThe canll canllni canalTilt
The ni correspondent corrspol ent of tho A Associated AIoclntcJPress AssociatedPress oclated oclatedPress
Press umlurst ullll ummderstmmmds rstnds nds that the aurpose IUflOSU of ottoinorowu oftOlorola oftomnoroir
toinorowu tOlorola Joint session a of the diet and andliousu nntlJluso antihouse
house Jluso of lords Is to close the session by byexpressing byepllslng byeXpmeam3lmlg
expressing epllslng Emperor Elperor Williams Wlllolns displeas displeasure Ilsllleus Ilsllleusure ¬
ure committee committeeThe comllttee at lt the failure aluro of ot the canal clnl bill llt In Incommittee Incomllttee incomnmnitteo
The Lohnl Anzclger r lenrtio ICOB that the theprorogation theIlrOogaLol timeprorogation
prorogation IlrOogaLol will wi be accompanied lIeeumlinlud by b a astrongly IIstlongly astrommgiy
strongly worded declarntlonof decalntonuf the min minIstiy minItl lainIstry
Istiy IstiyUov Itl ItlUo IstryUo
Uov Uo von 01 cmii Ilnnhka until u um t tii recently rtently chief chiefof
of the umpnrorH lllJOrOl1 military InUlar > cnblnet nblult ban banbeen hal humsbeen
been he ell appointed governor of Dtrlln JtUn lie lieIs II lieis
Is II succeeded succee ed In II the military mlllar cabinet cabinetby
by b dun Ilurlfon Jurlson von VOI Haosler lMBIcI a as piuvl piuvlously iilcviously Hevlousl
ously ousl cabled to the Associated Press PressNKWMLNISTHY PressNBWNITIY PressNlVMINISPltY
London Iondon May 2A 2 ipeclal dispatch dispatchfiom dlspnlchrom
fiom rom n Uerlln Herln says that se semmg Tiig the Ger German U < r rman ¬
man canal bill bi IK certain eertull SCcII of rejection rejectionand rjltlun rjltlunAnd
and that the Prusslnn diet
thp will 111 bo boclosed 10 10closed hoClotted
closed tomorrow the thl Imperial chancellor chancellorCount chlncelor chlncelorCount chsneeliorCount
istry Count Itr von YI Uuclow Iuelow will wil form n new min ministry minItr miiiistry ¬
Intercut In II Stock Stouk1msrkct ninrkct Shirts RhllH from fromUnion 1101 fromimUtiloti
Union Un 101 IjKjIflo IjKjIfloNew 1lcllo 1lclloew laeIhloNew
New = ew York May In 2 2Ti T ji nensatlonal nensatlonalInterest Rsatonal RsatonalIntvreAt iisatiomiaiiimtcrest
Interest In th6 th stock 21I > ilTPIMt rbnittlt today todayHhlfted to tohld todayshifted
shifted hld from tho recent favorites tavorltes to toAtchleon toAtchln toAtchisoim
Atchleon although alhough very active nttve Inter Interest Interost interoat ¬
est continue contnuo In Union Pacific Iacllc The ho er erratic crIatle ermatle ¬
ratic movement moemelt of the latter later stuck Itnelt and andIts nll nllIts antiits
Its tendency ten ency to reaction 1ItOI prompted Ilomptell the thespeculators th thRJeculltors thespeculators
speculators RJeculltors to turn tlr to some new field fieldAtrhlBon lell hellAtchison
Atchison Atehl801 was strong Ktrng from the opening openingand oJenlng oJenlngIn
and In held hthllrll linn during the early reaction reactionary roacton roactonnlr reactionamy ¬
amy period and Ind the general Itncml market be beMime beIame
Mime decidedly weak About the mid middle midte miiidie ¬
die te of the session the movement became becamewild btRle btRlewild becanmewild
wild In much the name way WiY as III that of ofUnion ot1nlon ofUnion
Union 1nlon Pacific Pncltc yesterday 1 > anti alil Atchison Atchlsonwas
was wa forced up by II wide strides and n aiim II by bythe hythe bythe
the taking of long strides of 1000 lots lotsup lotslp lotsimp
up lp to 6000 share shlre lots to about SS n I rise ilseo
o fnearly tneally 12 points over last night nightThere nightlher nightIitere
There lher was no 10 news to account for or the therise therise timerise
rise but buyers bu rl of the tw stock profowed profoweda 11rofo Fed FedI
a I belief that the thc toad was wnl to be Included IncludedIn
In a transcontinental trlnlonlllnlli project prJCct of o offset offsettho offsettho offsettime
tho Burlington Burlngton deal Ilnl The rest of the themarket themarket timemarket
market was IIS comparatively quiet today todayIlLOODY todnrUOOnl today111400l
IlLOODY UOOnl lUTTLi FOUGHT KOUGIITllusslanflnnd FOUGHTBn8811nA FOUGhTflmmssians
llusslanflnnd Bn8811nA flmmssians nllli Cliliic cCoiiio c Together TogetherIn ojcthcr ojcthcrIn
In I a Armed sI rlril rtmm cml Conlllot Conlllotllcrlln Cuulut CuulutBerln Citim hi 1cm t tBerlin
Berlin Berln May 2 2A A dispatch dlpntch from Ie PCkin Iekin Iekin
kin dated dntel May In let 1t to the Kolnlsche KolnlscheKcltung JolnlseheZeltulg holnlsciieZeitung
Kcltung Zeltulg says that a I Moody IJlood battle Imtto has hasoccurred haRoccurred hasoccurred
occurred between the Kusslans Juslans and andChinese nnllChlneso antiChimmese
Chinese near Mukden Muk n The Ilusslans Ilusslanslost
lost fifty tty In killed Itle < and wounded oundell Four FourKusslnn PourHusslan Fouritussiaim
Kusslnn officers were Ie killed ltlednnd and among amongthe amongtho amongthe
the wounded woun e was Gen Zerpltzkl ZerpltzklPalclnrclilntc Zerplzkl Zerplzkl11IIIIchllto ZerpitzkiPateiniclilate
Palclnrclilntc 11IIIIchllto of 01 DainnNciii DainnNciiiConstantinople IAIIIANCIIHConstnntlfloimi omIHcI omIHcIConstantlnllr
Constantinople Constantlnllr May Ma J Advices re received recelved recoiveti ¬
ceived heio from room Peyrcut Ilyreut Syria dated datedApril dnteprl datedAPril
April prl J 24h 2ltim < th says saYI there Is much Interest Interestthere Intereatthero interestthere
there over ovr the BUccesilon Ilrcvsslon to the vacant vacantepiscopal vacantemiscopal aeantcpllcoJal
episcopal see of o Ueyrtut JYeut the richest richestand rIchestand richestaiim
and aiim most Iost Important In the patriarchate patriarchateof
of Damascus Damuecls Tho strongest candt candidates candtdnte candtdates ¬
dates arc Irc Geraslmos Gernlmos Mosmlia Ics nlru Arch Archlamdrlto Archlamdrle Archhanidrito
lamdrlto lamdrle of Alexandria and Rafael IlafaclHawaonl Ittael IttaelHnaonl Rafaelhlawnoni
Hawaonl of the orthodox ortlo o church of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New York YorkSnllliiRH YorkSmtiiliigs
SnllliiRH 8111111 of Transports TransportsWashington Irsporl IrsporlWashlnJtoll 1ranportsWashmlngtomm
Washington May 2MnJ 2 roJ Miller Millerchief Millerchief 1 I cr crchlot
chief quartermaster quartCnist r at Manila Ianln has hascabled hnscableL hascabled
cabled cableL the war department t partltnt an approx approximate tllPrx tllPrxImato tipproxlunate ¬
imate whedul rhedult of the sailing Iln of trans transports Lrnn translorts
ports 110rt from Manila lnnll with wih itii troops to be bemilrtered belu bemumwtered
milrtered lu LerNI out Olt of service as follows followsMay tolos tolosIa followsAla
May Ala Ia 10 Hancock Hanlk with wih Thirtyfirst ThirtyfirstHuford rhlrtJlt rhlrtJltIluoll rhirt1itliufuni
Huford Iluoll with the thl Iortyflrst Pennsyl Pennsylvania 10Dnsyl 10Dnsylvnnta lemmnsylnm1ia ¬
vania vnnta with the Fortieth FortiethMay F ForllethmAla < rlfh
May 1111 Ala 20 KfeTin 1 n and 111 Kllpatrlek with withtho wih wihtho withtime
tho ThlrtyclKhlh Fortythird amid nndFortyfourth nn nnIortrfoulthj amidFortyfourth
Fortyfourth Indiana with tho Forty Tortysecond Fortysecond I
second secondMay secondMay
lern lernIn May In 25Grant 2rant with wlh the Fortyeighth Fortyeighthnnd I Innll
anti Fortyninth Ohio with the thl Forty Fortyseventh rortyenth Fortyevonthm
seventh seventhIf evonthmIf enth I
If I there ther should shou I be any nn remaining remainingtroops remalnlnttroops remainingtroops
troops of o there regiments rt lmeILB they thc will w1 bo boo bOont benemit
o ont nemit nt on the Thomas ThomasPatrick ThomaPatrick ThommiaCPatrick
Patrick Short Jliycw IIcl Arrljwcd ArrljwcdNew trrlmctje
New = e 1 York May IIY 2 2llhert Albert T Patrick PatrickDavid PatrickDnl IatrlekDavid
David U J Short and Morris Irll Meyers Ieerl who whoiave Iho Ihohnx whohave
have iave been on Indicated IndlrtC on eleven counts countsor cuntsCor countsfor
for or forgery of the th will 11 of the late mil millonnlre mi muhionaire
lonnlre lolnlrt Wllllnm Wlinm M r Itlce Jce wore wer ar arraigned arrhne ormaigned ¬
raigned rhne before htur Unorder H IOrllr loft Gor In tlm tlmcourt th thIourt timetourt
court Iourt of general mesiauis < 111ns > w liins toiln today Pat Patrick Patrlrk Patrick ¬
rick wns 109 also arraigned nrnlhned on the charge chargeof chnrle chnrleof
of murder In th this first tt degreo dpgo for or caus causng causing
ing ng the thl death of Hlco 111 Counsel for or the theIpfendants thoIlefendnnt timedefendants
defendants desired dlslr11 time tme to prepare lrpan a ademurrer adelorrlr ademnurrem
demurrer to the thl Indictment IndlLmtnt tam 01 murder murdernnd murderand
delorrlr murer murerIIn1
and Ileforder lpor er Goff fldjounied adjouned tho pro procfedliiRs 11r lireecedliugs
cfedliiRs rfI s until tomorrow No X plea way wnsentered wayentere wasentered
entered enteredOUH entere entereDUn enteredOUR
DUn IIYDUOfiltAPHIO JlIWG hlVIhtOG 1 lltt1hlO 110 SKltVICH SKltVICHloro SIIC SIICloro sIiiviciMore
loro > AUvnncril 4tdniiceti11flt1 tlInc 111 than that of Any AnyOther ln1Other itn itnOther
Other Country CountrjWashington ConntrfBshlngton CountryWashington
Washington May 2A great number numberof
of Inquiries which have hlll recently recenty been beenreceived beenrccell beenreceived
received rccell from mor morpl lgn n navies by Capt CaptC
C C Todd Toll chief hydrogrnphr of the thenavy thola timeOUV
navy la OUV atte nllt attelt t to the remarkable rmarkable prestige prestigethis prestgo prestgothlR
this branch lrnch of our naval 11al service Irvlce has haspained hasgulnetl hasgimlimeti
pained abroad Our hydroRraphlo hlrogr8hlo ser service Rervice setrice ¬
vice Is II conceded cncte1 to be more advanced advancednnd
timid complete pIe to than that of tiny other othernavy othernly othmernavy
In cm
navy nly In tho world and Ind foreign navies naviesnrti nRle nRleaN
art tndcnvorlng cndeotng to emulate cmulle the example examplei eample eampleut
i ut t by our own oln advance In this line lne lie
quests for Information Intomaton on various Arlols points polnticome pollt8 pollt8com pointscomae
come from Spain Frnnce Orecca Iml Imlprrtlonly and andpractically ni nipractically
practically prrtlonly all 11 of the Kuropcan Urullean nation nationnnd IIIon8 IIIon8nn nittloimsantI
antI nn nil 11 proper Information Intomlton Is Klveiwithout gen genwltholt giverswithout
without wltholt reserve In some cases calCR for foreign foretgn forelgim ¬
eign nival nlnl authorities nllhoritel have offered ofere1 c cpay 0 0Jla 0pay
pay Jla for valuable alulble bits of Information Informationtoncernlntru Informlltun Informlltunolernlll informmmtbmflolmcurimlmmg
toncernlntru olernlll 1 a reef perhaps which Is II un uncharted unclmrt uncharted <
charted clmrt on their own 011 maps nll or the th un unknown unknollj Unkmrnin ¬
known knollj depth of the water In some lomechalll somechmaflitl om omchannel <
channel challl Hut all ni that Is nuked Mkll In II re return retun return
turn tun by the hydrogrnphlc olllro nleo Is thai thaithe thntthe thattime
the Inquirer contribute to tho know knowledge knowle knowledge ¬
ledge le 9 already nlrel In hand hall III Wnshlngtor Wnshlngtorill
ill 18 far ar n its possible Illtllle The 1he pilot Illot charts chartiwhich chartHwhluh chartswhich
which are arulsHuQI Issued monthly by that tJnlolco tJnlolconr otllc otllcnr otiicoare
nr nr are fast fU t gaining galnlll nn 11 almost universal unlvemiioputalon unlverlul unlverlullollutnln universalsoimptation
ioputalon < They fhe give besides bCIllcs data dlt ol oln ot otn ofa
n strictly ftrlctly technical ttchnlcal nature weather wcntheiforecasts welther welthertorlCItB weatherforecasts
forecasts torlCItB for the ensuing ensllll month cover coverIng coerIng coverirmg
Ing practically plactlcal the whole holo world worldSIX worldSIX orl orlSIX
Of 111000 1 OOO Toim TommsJaeii IOII iacli I ach ibm Copcn Copcnlinden COlcn COlcnhUJl Copcithmmigon
linden hUJl Itostoii 108tOll Trade TradeCop TrmnieCopSnhnijetm rllc rllcCopll1en
Cop Copll1en CopSnhnijetm iihnt n May J 2Cho Tho United Unitedateom tnlh unitedStEGill1m1I l
ateom StenlhlJ StEGill1m1I h1i company It if f Copenhagen has hasordered ha9ordorlt heMordered
ordered ordorlt elx new nw steamers Rtomer ot o 12000 torneach torn tonsench lemmaeach
each for or the United Unied Htaten atat trade traie On Onaccount Onaccount 0mmaecoumit
account of the Increase In exports It Ithu Il Ilhal ithiLts
hu hal hiLts been decided to tt open a regular line lineto 111 hueto
to Boston and Increase Ilcrtaso the number llUnlcr of ofsteamers Q Qste11018 otetcohmmurms
steamers ste11018 10lton on 01 the New York oll nnd No New NewOrleans NewOrleans I
Orleans Orlens route toutcAMOS routeMIS routelIMOS
Btiinlcrctl 11rlerll Prof Plr ProtLV H I V Ulilto hlo littu of the theUniversity thoUnlcrRI timeUniversity
University UnlcrRI of 01 Ionnsylvniiln IonnsylvniilnPlillaJelphla lell leitmIt4yiriiImIilPimliadelitimia hIUII hIUIIlhladellhla
PlillaJelphla lhladellhla Way Ia 2 2AmoM Amos Sterling Sterlingcoloird 5terlntr 5terlntrlolol11 SteriInheoiomcth
coloird lolol11 was as today to ny convicted cOIlctell of muider muiderIn
In the first Irst degree for the killing 1llng of Hoy HoyWiljon HoyW HayWilson
Wilson W White the young oulg University Vnlel lty ol olPennsylvania otJulliyunia ofhtnsnsyivunla
Whie tlo
Pennsylvania lon piofessor loteH or who ho was WOI us robbedand robbed rohbel1nlill robbednod
and Julliyunia beaten lltll to death with on ni Iron Irol bar baron barnn inrto
on a street stret In West emmt Philadelphia Ihlldelphll on onMay onMoy omiAhoy
May 19 1 last Two 10 other oLhel negroes MlrOIs Hen Henry len lenr lieury ¬
ry r Ivory and Charles Perry have hn 0 also alsobeen nlsobeen Alsoboen
been convicted and Ind are under lller sentence sentenceto seltellce seltellceto
to be b hanged halced for complicity con1lcly In the themurder thl thlmunlur thenmUrmivr
murder murderOIUUTHST munlurGl nmUrmivrGillitTiS1
That fhlt tit lt Bridgeport nrhl IlmiilgepormO elurt O to bo 10 Made MadeIn Madeuiggest lnlo lnloJUjICHt
JUjICHt uiggest In tho Woild WoildColumbus WI1I WI1IColmnlus toiiulColmmmmibus
Columbus Colmnlus Ohio May 2 2A A special Ipeclal to tothe It Ittho totime
the Dispatch from Wheeling Wheelng W V Va Vanays Vasas
nays The directors of the American AmericanSheet AmcrlcanSheet AmmmcricanSimeet
Sheet Steel teel company have nulhorlzeilImprovements nulhorlzeil nuthorlzel nutimorizetiinmprovummmeflts
Improvements at the Aetna Standrad Standradplant Htamlrld HtamlrldIllant Stanmdrmmdltlant
plant Improllents at llildgeport Ohio that will willmiike wil viilmamike
miike It the thf nlgllurt greatest sheet mill 11 In time thowoi timevoi1d
employs about about3fOO nboutSrO aiOUtLfOO
The present
woi voi1d Jd plant el1lo8
3fOO SrO 011 hands hal llllltI und the tl addition u dltlol to bo built builtwill buiL buiLwi builtsvilt
will b bo almost Ilmost if not altogether a1oglLher a1oglLherInrgo as aslargo aslarge
largo wi and nn will 1 coat a million milon and Inl1 a hall halldollars hnl unitdoilur
dollars dollarsSlUKAl doilurSItjtflAl olurs olurslHAU
Extra I xtrn Precautions PIeclt lon8 liulnt lel Taken lnkel by byauvrriitiicnt b bGoCrllent bylJoermitmmelit
auvrriitiicnt GoCrllent Oltlclals OltlclalsWashington Olclall OlclallWnshlngLon OiliclnlsWashington
Washington May 2Extm Extr precau precautlonsvaie pccau pccautlonl precautiomis
tlonsvaie tlonl tiomis ale being taken tkon to pievent the thesiircad theHIJreud timesumread
siircad of typhus fever from trlm Mexico In Into Into into ¬
to thus country Health Jellh olllccrs oUcers are areregularly arcregulull areregulmmrh
regularly regulull Inspecting Inl1ectlllg every ery train cross crossing crOKSInl crosShog ¬
hog the frontier fronter Some persons perious have havebeen havohroll imaeicen
been detained dotnlnel on the frontier but no nocae II IIc mmcace
cae c of o Infection Infecton bus Ils bean I reported reportedfrom rcportodtram reportedfrom
from this side sile of the line lineMothodlRt lne lnelrotholIR lineAletiiothittt
MothodlRt lrotholIR IllshopH UshullH South Meet MeetIxmlslllo 31ot 31otTAulsle 3ItotLouisville
Ixmlslllo TAulsle Ky K May Ma 2 2Tho The annual annualmeeting anlual anlualmcetln annualmeeting
meeting of o the bishops ot the th Methodist MethodistKplscopal AfotimodistHiISCOPU1 lotJxl t tJ
Kplscopal J pls opnl church Pouth was 01 begun btgI to today todn to1mm
day dn behind b hln closed doors The moat 10st 1m 1miwrtnnt 1mportlllt lmmmiortammt
iwrtnnt portlllt business bulnpsl e0St before hetof the tl bishops bisholl Is Isthe 18thl isthe
the arrangement of the plan of episco episcopal cplso cplsopal eiISCOaI ¬
pal aI visitation latlon Nine bishops are in at atundnnce att attendanee
undnnce undnncePIIKIIO t tendanee1i ndnnceln
PIIKIIO 1i ln ag 11 simm nt Conslnnllnoplc ConslnnllnoplcConstantinople CIIIMlnnthlOllcConstantinople Comm N titmm t imiopie imiopieConstantinOple
Constantinople May AIim Iu 2 2A A case of ofIllnecs atIIIIelS ofliinegts
Illnecs IIIIelS has occurred nt It Galata GalatI the tholargest theIa timeiargoet
largest egt suburb of Constantinople Constantinoplewhich Constontlnopll Constontlnopllwllllt
which Ia Is olllclally 0lcl81Y pronounced to be bobubonic beubonlc bebubanic
bubonic wllllt plaque Precautions Precautons are lre being beingtaken bolngtaken bengtaken
taken to prevent n spread spron of the plague plagueOAUMNAL plnge plngeOAIUISAIJ plaguel
OAUMNAL OAUMNALSworn l Ijiti IjitiSwmmrmt
Sworn III anti Subscribes SlbscrlIcs to Pro Profession 110rc Izofeslon ¬
fession rc lln of 1altli 1altliWashington Jnlh JnlhWashlnJtol FaltimWashingtomm
Washington WashlnJtol May 2Cardlnal Mar Martlnelll Martinehli Inrtlnel
tlnelll took thc oath 03 th of his new olllce olllceand olce oIlceand
and 3 subscribed to tho profession of offaith otfAIth offlthm
faith nt the papal Jlpnl legation legatoll today toly Tho Thooath Thooath Theomth
oath was In administered Illmlnlltre by b Mgr M r Con Connaty Connaty Commnaty
naty of t tho Catholic university unlerllt and andwitnessed Anllwlne andwitnessed
witnessed wlne led by h Mgr IHr Jlarchcttl the papal papalablegate 10111 10111ablelatc mpmiiabieato
ablegate The ceremony was 01 private privateand plnto plntoall privateamid
and all ablelatc w WAS u extremely simple Among monl the theprovisions theprovls1ol1 timerovisiona
provisions provls1ol1 of o the oath are pledges ple Jes on onthe onthe ontime
the part Irt of the cardinal that he will willnot wi vliimmot
not resign otllce that ho will wi not can canvass cnns canaes ¬
vass s for 01 any anyone one In the election electon of 1 1new Inl tne
new nl ne pope and that he will wi lii maintain maintainthe
the right rhhtot of the thE sovereign 80eelgn pontiff pontll to ex exel ox exerciso
el crclsc else temporal temlorl power The profession professionof
of o faith embodies the Athanaslan Atholaslan and andNlrene anJNIene andNicene
Nicene creeds Uolh Joth documents were In InIxitln III1In inIatin
Ixitln 1In nod they the will bo preserved preservedamong preaervenmonJ Imreaervedamong
among the church archives archivesMCOllMICK archivesICOln nmrchmlvesMCO11uC1c
Washington Wlln ton Clow Clowio to tho Samo 6nl0 Is IsAbout IsJlllt IsAlmout
About Jlllt Imploded ImplodedWshlngton t iimlodctlWshington llloICI llloICIWshlngton
Wshlngton May 2 2Thc The Washington Washingtonclew
clew In the Willie Wlllo McCormick alleged allegedkidnapping nlleledkldllnpplng allegedkidnnppimmg
kidnapping case Is II about exploded The Thedetectives ThoI Timetleteettses
detectives I tetlos have practically Ilrnctlcaly concluded concludedthat conclu c1 c1thot
that the slip slp of paper and the mysteri mysterious rsterlous ¬
ous coincidence colncdfneo by which It canto Into Intotheir Illtotheir intotheir
their possession lOSHlslon were werf ere the thl result of con connlvnnco connlmncE canairfare
airfare nlmncE of parties plrtlcs In New ew York who whohad whohnll vhiohaul
had access nceesf to the McCormick home homennd hOle hOleand hmomomeanti
and others The gypsies IYPRlef who figured figuredso
so 1 largely In the matter have been beendriven beenrlen beendriven
driven from Alexandria county and are arenow areno are110W
now no on their way wa to Plttsburg Plttsburgllnclnt PIUsburgInctnJ Pittaburglinciuig
llnclnt InctnJ at Newmarket NewmarketLondon III1I1et III1I1et1n mnmmmarketLondon
London 1n on May 2 2At At t the t1 second secon days daysracing daf daysracing
racing of the Newmarket first spring springmeeting sprlnmeetns springmeeting
meeting meetns today toda the Thursday welter welterhandicap welterhnndlcnp welterhandicap
handicap plate of 200 ZO sovereigns for forthreeyearolds fortimreeyearoitls or orthreeyenrohls
threeyearolds and upward IpIlr distance distancelust
last mllo and a I A half hol of Cznrowltch Cznrowltchcourse Czalwlch Czalwlchcoure znrowltciicourse
course was WI1I won by Lord 1r Hnrowoods Hnrowoodschestnut Hnrowoodl iarowoodschestnut
chestnut colt col Sir hugo Ju o out oll ot Ice Iceridden JCI Iceridden
ridden ran by Johnny Hclff Helt Twelve horses horsesran horlel
ranThe The fly fr plate of 200 00 sovereign sovlrelJn wag wagvon WIS WISon wasvon
von on by I Sir ECas 1 1Casseis nlell els bay bl ha filly fil Cream Creamon
on which the American Jockey W V U UlUicanan nIucnnan 11Ilucanan
lUicanan Iucnnan had hl tht mount mountThe mountTho mountTime
The Peel handicap hundlnJ of 103 sovereigns sovereignswns loerelna loerelnawas
was won by Lord Iort Farquhars bay filly fillyllaton 11 fillyBaton
Baton Jaton with J llclff Helt up Ten Tel horses horsesstarted horseIlnrtcd liorsestarted
started startedThe Ilnrtcd IlnrtcdThl startedTime
The Thl March stakes WAS won on by b Prince Princeoltykorrs PrincepoltYkot Princeoltykofts
oltykorrs bay Ila horse Nlnuo Capt CoptKustace Captluatnce CaptEustacL
poltYkot Kustace luatnce Ixdcrs lterR marc IWlf Slbola IlolfT lel up upcamp uptlme UIcrime
camp tlme In second con amid an the Simpson SimpsonJayds Slmp StmpMonJayds on onJads
Jayds chestnut colt col Oarbor Olrbor finished finishedthird fnished fnishedthird finishedthird
third Five 11e horses horfeR started startedA
A rATiujus I VtThllitSChtI3Il VtThllitSChtI3IlStrong OKIMI OKIMIStrong VIUm VIUmStrnl <
Strong Strnl Suspicion that l Ho 10 Drowned DrownedHli ronl1 I IIM
Ills IM Four I lur Children Childrenfit Chl1rn Chl1rnat
fit at Foul Minn nn May 2The body bo of ofhe oCtho ofthe
the he nineyearold ntneenroh Kusonfleld boy was wasaken 11 as astaken
taken from the river near Fort Snelllng Snelllngtoday Snoln SnolntoJa Snellingtoday
today toJa This Is believed 1lelc1 to confirm tho thoxillco thotlce limouhlco
xillco tlce suspicion suspicon that William WJlam Rosen IlosonHeld Hasennehl Rosenfield
Held drowned drwl1t his four f ur children ehll ren and an him himself hll himself
lelt self one week vCtk ago The crime was al most mostbrutal rost rostbMltll unostbrutal
brutal bMltll the father first frt abducting nb uctln the thechildren thl timechildren
children which rhlh were In the custody custotl of oCther oftheir
heir ther mother at Minneapolis Unneapll custOl securing aecurng
No Casualties Reported R eportedFelix portedFeJx Felix Roxas Made MadeGovernor MadeGoveriioi 1 1Governor
Governor of Province R PioviiiceBeIieyed tvinceBelevedi Believed Capt CaptReed CaptReed t tReed
Reed Will Wil be Found Guilty Guity I
n i3atangns < tlinS Island of Luzon I on May Miy 2 2A 2A 2A
A score tloro of Insurrectionists Insurrectonist fired tird on 01 the thetown thetown timetown
town last night No casualties cllualtc WEr WErreurt were werereported wereroilortOil
reported reurt The few outlaws outaws remaining remainingIn relalnlng relalnlngIn
In tho province prollel have been nearly paci pacified polfell laclfled ¬
fled fell The hl commission comllslm hag haJ cstabllhed cstabllheda etalllnhcl1 etalllnhcl1I
a I government nt Sorsong at the south southern southcrll southera ¬
era end of the thl Island 1loll of Luzon and alll has hasappointed hn hnIpllolntod hasnppoiumteii
appointed Ipllolntod Copt J 0 Livingston Ivllston of ofNew otNew ofNew
New York orl governor and Capt H 1 1Terry W WTerry V VTerry
Terry of the Tortyseventh Fotty oenth regiment regimenttreasurer rOllrent rOllrenttrCIUrer reiirnenttrenslmrcr
treasurer trCIUrer Tho conditions condltont at Soniong Soniongare
are regarded gnrde ns lS icmarkablc icmarkablcThe Icmarlmhlcrhl
The rhl commission touched touchel nt Mann Matinduquo lrlrln lrlrlnUclO Mannduqtmo
duquo UclO yesterday cstertn amid fulfilled ulllc < the pledge pledgemade 1lrlso 1lrlsolullC pledgemimetic
made lullC that It the insuiKunts IIRUIHtllts surrendered surrenderedmunicipalities sUfelldered sUfellderedlunlcfllltet surremmdcrednmiuniclimnuitlcs
municipalities lunlcfllltet would bo lo organized omnnlzC mind nnda un unu
a separate Ilplmte provincial government es established ORtnbllshet astabhlsimed ¬
tablished tnbllshet at Marlmluque larlllujll Copt Brand
a rig and Ind driving with them twm Into the theriver therhl timerier
river riverWilliam rhl riermiliiani
William Wllllul Hoscnlleld Hosenlehl tho father had hadfor hador Imadfor
for or some Rmo time II been bel separated searatclltrr from rota hU hUwife hiswlfl islewife
wife wlfl who hmo has been living 1vlnl In Mlnne MlnnePaul Minnelnui nno nnoInul
Paul One Ol week ago Igo Hosenfleld 10scnlelJ hired hiredn
n buggy and lul1ot cot his children chlllrenfrol from the therelatives Lhelelatt timerelatives
relatives lelatt who wens ero keeping them Ik Iktried le letlle1 lietried
tried to prevail on his hi wife to accom accompany IccOn IccOnplln accomnpuny ¬
puny him him but sho he rcfu lcfuSNl ed Thu ho next nextmorning nc mmcximnomnitmg xt xtmOlnlng
morning the horse was as found wandering wanderingaimlessly wandorlllJrlrntessl wanderimigaimlessly
aimlessly rlrntessl around oruun1 The rl body ho y found toull to today tl today ¬
day II was us positively Identified IlontOcd und n nsystematic I asystommmntlc
systematic SstOlltlt search will wi now bo under undertaken tmndemtakemm nJcl nJcltllken ¬
taken to find tn the other bodies bodiesGlasgow huthicsGlasgow odlesOII
Glasgow OII O Inhibition ghlllluI fliiltmii lois Opened OpenedGlasgow OIHHel OIHHelOnsgow OpemiedCIhasgov
Glasgow Onsgow May M3 2 2Thc The Duke nnd nndDuchess nndDuchess nndDucimoeg
Duchess of Fife Fll opened opene the Glasgow Glasgowexhibition Gasgo Gasgoexhl Glasgowexhibition
exhibition exhl ltlon this afternoon ntornoon The weather weatherwns Icaherwns
wns fine and nn the town was beautifully beautifullydecorated beautifuly beautifulycrorllte beautifullydecorated
decorated for or the occasion rile Duke Dukeof
of Fife 1 lto declared the exhibition exhibiton open In Inthe Inthe intime
the name lale of the Itlng 1Inl and nd expressed expressedhis exprcsul
his majestys InaJestY1 best wishes wlahel for its ItJ sue success IUC IUCeelS sueeels ¬
eelS cessThe eelSrhe eelstime
The Duchess of Fife unlocked the thedoors timeioora
doors 110011 of the art gallery with a I golden goldenkey Goldol goidemmkey
Spanish JUICI liners Strike StrikeMurcla Stllc Stllcluchl StilktAlurcin
Murcla Spain 5111In May 2 2A A thousand thousandmen thouyn1Ilel
men Ilel are out on a strike strltc ut lt tho Agullas Agullasmines Aguilasmoines gulos gulosInlnes
mines The company has hu lefuscd the themens tll tllmC11 tue01011s
mens mC11 proposals 111olosnls and there haVe I O been beennumerous lJeQnnllrOUs beenrmtImcrous
numerous nllrOUs disturbances Some SOIO 01550 of tho thomlntM thorlrtlsfrel limomniutlsflremi
mlntM rlrtlsfrel mniutlsflremi flrcd on Ol tile police oUCI guarding luarJln the theBioparty theIoperty timeproperty
property und 111 the gendarmes JuduIlyrhrJld charged chargedthe
the 11 crowd crol crowEikuliingnmmonian killing klln ono lo man and An < wound woundIn w um umIn
In itmm Bevcrnl Rocrnl others othersMcKco othcrlcHco otimerSAlciCco
McKco lcHco HniiklnH HalktnH Daughter Jau htcr Married MarriedLondon MarriedLondon orret orretLondon
London May In 2 2Ihyhiis Phyllis PIls Itnnkln Itnnklndaughter lankln lanklndnughter Itunkinmhaugimter
daughter of McKce nankin the Amer American ler lerIcan immer immerIcaim ¬
ican actor and Harry lnrry Davenport or otOlnu orIlnu oriclnmi
Olnu Ilnu Mays company a brother brotherf of the theKite th thhlte timelate
Kite Fanny ann DaVenport 1aenport were married marriedbefoie lorrlcd lorrlcdbefore mmmarriedbefome
before the registrar reglltral here today todayTurks todaXurks todayTurks
Turks nnd Clilnoso ClilnosoConstantinople Chllco Cimi sco IIHAIIICh IIHAIIIChConstantinople tiiseuimimemi tiiseuimimemiConstantinople
Constantinople May 2 2The The Turkish Turkishmission Turklhnmlssiun h hmision
mission mision under Enver Elcr Pasha 1shl composed composedof cOIiposcl
of military IIILr olllccrs olcers and Ild clergy Cef charged chargedwith charuewith
with the establishment estnbl611lclit of relations be between hchleml itotweon ¬
tween Turks and the Chinese Mussul Mussulmans ttussUimnaime us8ul us8ul1nan8 ¬
mans embarked emlarkeLl yesterday e8tefluy The rl delay delayIn dellY dellYIn
In tho departure of the mission was wasdue WliSdue wasdue
due to Russian HUBsln opposition oPPslton The theschele thescheleIs scheme schemeis
is favored florc by b Get Oellany OellanyCoal Gemnmany GemnmanyCoal many manyCoal
Coal Har Ilr hinrgtys cs I1 Sunk SunkEvansvllle SUlk SUlkIml SimmiklvansvIiie
Evansvllle Ind Iml May 2 2Tho The tow towboat towbout towboat
boat Itaymond 1 l > m 0 11 Horner sunk thirteen thirteenbarges thlrttcnburlcs thirteenbarges
barges burlcs of o Plttsburg Iltt8burJ coal In II collision collisionwith colision colisionwith coilisloimwltii
with a plrr at tilt th Henderson Ielllcrlon Ielllcrlonbrldo Ky Kybridge ICybridge
bridge this morning The lhe loss In coal coaland coatnn coaltimid
and nn barges harles will wi reach 145000 5000 Time coal coalwns cOCt cOCtWAS coalwas
WAS destined t1estlncl for the southern souther market marketLoan marketJn marketlmmgllsii
Jn lmmgllsii 18h Loan IJUllt Allotments AllotmentsLondon Altlontl AltlontlIontIon AhiolmimeistsLondon
London May In 2 2JII In tho house of com commons comman comarmiontm
man today to n the chancellor chancelor ot the ex exchequer exchequer cxChequer
chequer Sir Michael lchael Hicks Hcks Beach re replying re11lni toplying
plying 11lni to Mr Ir Chnnning liberal lberal said sal
30000000 of the new lew loan had been nl nllotted allott nIlotted
lotted lott d as al follows followsTo tollol
To the tl Ilothschllds Hoth rhlhs J 11000000 1000000 J P PMorgan 1 PAiorgtmn
Morgan lurln 8 Co f 10000000 IOO < OOOO and the theIlank theHalik timehank
hank of England 9000000 9000000In
In I mm tho I i in CoiimuiiiH CoiimuiiiHLondon CIIIIIH CIIIIIH1ontIolI COils 111111 N NLondon
London May In 2 2Thlc 2Thmere There Was a large at attendance nttendnnce attendammco ¬
tendance In the house of commons COl10nS to today today today ¬
day In anticipation anlclpntlon of the discussion discussionon llcussion llcussionon
on tho new export tax ta on coal but be before betore before ¬
fore this stage stare of the days US proceedings proceedingscan procee lngs lngscnn
can be IJl reached 143 13 questions have to tobe tole tobe
be le disposed of ofThe ofIhe ofThe
The government orlent has Issued nn xirgcnt xirgcntwhip urgcntwhlil tmrgemmtwimip
whip to tl tha thl unionist members melblrs who whoare whoare wimoare
are largely larlcly pledged to t vote otl against time thutax thl timetax
tax The Th government KOlrllent Is s standing firm firmand frm firomammmi
and 111 Is taking tlklng strong precautions preclutlons to se secure sccure socure ¬
cure a majority majorityThere Iljorty IljortyThero muajorityTheta
There was considerable excitement excitementon
on Oi the Cardiff Cl1rlt coal exchange today to
The Th paucity pnu ly of free coal Indisposes 1IIIIsposes to toselling toselh toseiilimg
selling selh nt t any on price prll Sonic 80lu firms nr nrsuspending nr are aresusmenthummg
suspending HUllcn lng their charging chanlnl operations operationspending ollertlonH ollertlonHp opematiommslenthing
pending p nllng developments developmentsLord de lopments lopmentsJorl
Lord Jorl Cranborne Crnbrne the foreign under undersecretary Inder Inderseortnrr tindersecretary
secretary replying to Sir Charles
seortnrr replylnl Chnles How Howard Howar howand ¬
and ar Vincent conservative saldrumon saldrumonliad 111 smthti rUlor rUlorhnll ruimmors ruimmorshad
had reached the government from
governmtlt vat various vat10mm r ¬
ious 1011 sources lourcts ot the Intention of time tlmGerman thl timefherinan
German G rlall government to Increase tho du dulls duo duot tltmties
ties t on 01 steel anti nl1 various lrlou other goods goodsThe goodlhe gOOhSflit
The he government locrllllnt wan allvo nlp to the Im Importance 1mprtallf hunportnmwo ¬
portance prtallf of such Information but in inIhe InIho intime
time nbsenco nhMncl of 0 definite defnite knowledge lwowlldgc of
Germanys GermllS Intentions Intelltlonl the ministry mlnlsh was wasunable WI vatsummable
unable to make any an statement Itotemelit In reply repltl
to tl time tll members sugsestlon sUIestln of with ¬
drawal drwnl of free trade Lrl1o from Germany GermanyFrrljht Germt1 Germt1Prchht liermaumyUraijhit
Frrljht Handlers 1llc1 Strike StrikeSpringfield 8trlkl 8trlklSprlnCOeh StrikeSpringfield
Springfield SprlnCOeh Mass IIJ May 2 2All All the theunion thl timeunion
union freight handlers Illndlers employed by b the theHartford th thJarHor timehartford
JarHor Hartford division 111Islon of t the th Now t1 York YorkNew YorkNew YorkNew
New Haven 1ncn Hartford Iartor railroad ra I I and andill alulall antiall
all but two tw or o thre tlrt of those employed employedy emplo11
br > y the Boston 10ston and Maine railroad rAlhnr In
this thll wages wlge city elt struck ftruck today 1on for higher higherwages hlthcr hlthcrwlge highervages
Hornnucs HQVlnUCA ii venues from fJI All 1 Sources HlurccH Not ot Adequate Ad Jdeljlnto Ailsclimmato
equate to Pay It ItPckln Itlekln ItPeklrm
Pckln lekln May 2At 2A n meeting of the theministers th thminIster themInisters
ministers minIster yesterday estcJn the th report rport of t the thendemnlty the theindenmnity
ndemnlty committee commltte was read ra Regard Regardnp negorInl
Inl in np the resources feSOUrCl of China Chin the ther report reportwas reimorttrite port portWAS
was very voluminous olumlnou it was Wil woecti woecticaliy practl practlcall prcU prcUcl1Y
call cl1Y caliy a a repetition rpetition of JaracsonV Jamos amcl n na well
holt w was IA g a candidate cnl1ldate for governor but lilt
native n Ilt1 was unpointed IliPllled focrnor 9 9TJu
rIll > commission connnliion will wil go R to Nudla to
morrow Inlrrow after lteI an 11 eight weeks cks success
mi tour tourFelk tourIel tourFehiuc
Felk Iel lloxaii noX editor edior of the Demo II
crac crucla a a dally dnl organ 01J11 or the Federalist l
has hn li bcon 1itn appointed lJolnte < < 1 governor Itoeror of oerllytJ Uatan Uaon I
I gnu I Went Jlelt H I D 1 I nionchanl alchnr of tim Dl
Thlrtvelghth 1hlrt elghth volunteer Infantry was
appointed treasurer treasurerTHU trl18Urlr trl18UrlrJJ WI
THU JJ rIiI maun 1 Jm TRIAL A
Manila rnfUI May Ala 18 aThe 1he evidence eIJulco tor tim thl
defimje defnsl In II the tl trial of Capt Clpt Heed leO w QXlelnt to
depot lelnt commissary 0ImI811Ir at It Manila 11nllo charged hut
with vl tim soliciting solciting solki t I uig and InJ recelvhig chnrlM brlbw hrlllt bri imit
and other d
ofllclal otrlnl misconduct mlsclllluc was wal sub su sumltll ¬
mitted mltll today todll it I is generally bslloveil ll
tint tw iourl will wi find fnl Jtecd Ield guilty Rul It I It Itagain Ii I Iagain
again nrIJI1llrt reported 1 tlmt Collies < will shortly
surrender surrenderThe furrlndr furrlndr1hl ales wi short
surrendering furllIdelng The 1hl remnants of Tlnlos army urm are arosurrcndeilng arE aresurrendering
Si Siknmowmm
known pamphlet upon UPOI the subject Sir SirRobert SIrHobHt SirRobert
Robert Hart offered suggestions similar
sUlmeslons simiar
to those already credited rrelltell to him ami amicabled IHl IHlcnblod utimitcabled
cabled to the Associated Jocilted Press It Ig II i iclammed
claimed that Ihlt the revenues from rolll all allavailable ni it
available nVKlllhlv sources will wi not allow alol China Chiin 1
to PLY the th Indemnity unless unlols assistance nsslstulco
Is rendered renderedThe rllderpd H
The fim next leXt meeting meetng will wi be held next t
Tuesday TUIHcI The fh subject of It Count nQ von 01
nUrsoe8 IIII reC letter will tien 1len ien be taken takennd
up maid nd a reply to it win 1 then ba betirmifted
drafted IrftJ The ministers mlnl terY personally ob ¬
personnl uI
ject ct to the tone of the letter They
claim rall thnt they know what hllt they the want wlnt
without WIhuut t bring Iwll1 iwl mug told They The particularly ima rticulari y
object to any IIY of the legation Igatloll guards
being beln under tiny un aulhoilty uutholIy except that thatof
of the ministers themselves themselvesSecretary thelmeesSecleul timemneelvosSecmetaiy
Secretary Secleul GIIKU < 1U Hujn 111 llonds llondsWashington 10ub 10ubWIhln r
Washington WIhln ton May Ia 2 2Th The secretary secrctar
of 0 the thl treasury today toda purchased J150 0
000 0 nhort term tour per lIeI cent bonds bon s at lt
11301 11301ANOTHKH 161
May 11 Havo llecn iieciiCmmmietl ccn Caused lIUHCII by b Propo Proposition 110110 110110Hllul Iroimmill ¬
sition Hllul mill lost to AhollHh JholHh Llldn Duties DutiesWashington nutleWUlhhgton limit Ie IeVuslmiuigtomm
Washington WUlhhgton Mi May 2It 1 Is believed believedhere holeved holevedhore believedhere
here that the hitch hIeh which Is said soll to tohave tohart tohave
have hart arisen 1III0n at lekln over the tht proposi proposition IJroIJOsltOI luuoitosltiomi ¬
tion tOI to Incrt Increase e the tl Chinese Chlntsl customs customsduty oustomsduty cuetemnsduty
duty to meet the Indemnities Inllellltel demand demanded leman lemand ¬
ed d by h the tw foreign torelg powers h caused cuso1 by bythe bythe bytime
the broaching brachlllg by b Mr Uockhlll Hockhlt of his hisplan histI C Citian
plan tI n for the thlnboltlon abolition of the thp llkln du duties duoties doties ¬
ties UN Il usa a condition condllul for his acquiescence lelulescenre
Ih the customs CJlstOls Increase The h United Unlel Omitted8tate
States government has In the past ad admitted Arlmltted nutbitted ¬
bitted a rcadlnens rCI1ne to permit the th Chi Chinese Chincse Ciiihose ¬
hose to Increase time thl custom rates pro providing proIn proriding ¬
viding In then th N was wnRno no discrimination discriminaton be between between between ¬
tween the powers pOlvrs Minister lnlster Wu says saystlmt 81S 81Sthllt saystimmmt
tlmt the present 5 per cent rate ft Is to totally totnl totall ¬
tally tnl tall Inadequate Inalequnte to provide poldc a I sinking
fund for a new loan loanNO loomso
Illinois 1Ino1 HOIINO 1u0 Rejects Proposition Propositionby It Itimy
by I Vot ot oti ot 70 7 to no noSpringfield noSIJrh1 flUSpringfield
Springfield SIJrh1 nel Ills Jls May 2A 2 resolution resolutionproviding resoluton resoluton11rovldhll resolutionprovhiiumg
providing 11rovldhll for or the calling cnling of a I constitu constitutional conttu conttutlonll constitutiommal ¬
tional convention conventon to revise revie the Illinois Illinoisconstitution Jllno Jllnoconstl Illinoisconstitutloum
constitution constl tu lon was lH lost lo t today tola In the house houseby housebr S
by n I vote of 60 yeas ens and Ind 75 noes noesSECOND nes nesSECOXU noesSICOXI
Train that WON Wattltmiim linn HUl Into at lt Emi Emigrant 1 Emimigrant 114 114Iralt ¬
grant Iralt Pans la In Ogden OgdcnOgden O OgdenOgden ten tenOgJI
Ogden OgJI Utah May 2Second section sectionNo yecton yectonn
No n C Southern Sou thor Pacific Paclc which was waswrecked WA9wrecled wasWrecked
wrecked at Emigrant J Gap Cal reached reachedOgdcn reachedOgden a aOgden
Ogden today todn D 1 I 0 Mills lls and White Whitelaw White1n1 Whitelaw
law 1n1 Held 1el were wlrc on 01 the train trlill but declined declinedto eclnel
to be Interviewed InterviewedAccording In InterviewedAcccrhing t < rlcwet1 rlcwet1ccordlng
According to thc passengers tho thotrain thotrln thetrmmin
train trln struck a rock and they were Just JustpulllHK Justpuln Justmmliiumg
pulllHK puln away I U from the scene fCe of tho thoobstruction thoobstructon timeobstruction
obstruction obstructon when the excursion train traincrashed trnlnct1lhed 1 1ermumimed
crashed ct1lhed Into them th m tram rom the rear Mills Millsprivate MillsPrivate lls llsprllte
private prllte ear which whih was WfS on tho rear of ofthe ofthe t tthe
the train trln was demolished demolsht1 and nll the en engine englno engimmo ¬
gine and one car of the excursion trcuralon train trainMills trainMills
Mills wns cut c In the hand and bruised bruisedabout bruisedabout bruisedabout
about the head held Held Hfll escaped Injury InjuryThe InjurThe injuryTime
The Injured passengers were brought broughthere broushthere broughthero
here and Ilal attended attenllll to by b i the company companyuphysician compnnyl ii iiIhitiafl
physician Jhldln None on of them themlre are seriously seriouslyhurt lIorlou81yhlrt
hurt hlrt and Intl all ni pioceeded PocftIe on their way wayeast wnyast WflYeast
east ast Supt Noble pronounces the list listas lst lstas listas
as already published Ilull hld cora cornt corntOshkush OrrOt OrrOtOshmkosii > ct ctliko
Oshkush liko h High I hi hh IihiHcimooh School Hurried HurriedOshknshWIiMay IhlrncilOshkoshWIF1Ia htmmrnetlOshkolmSiA1ay
OshknshWIiMay 2 ZThe The high school schoolbuilding ICl1001 ICl1001buldlnl schoolbuilding
building buldlnl a f tour ur story lttm tOI brick structure structurewns tructuNIIS
wns IIS totally totly destroyed by b fire Or today todayLoss toca todayLoss
Loss fiOOj 0000 hmirance Inwralc JIGWO JIGWOSALIJ IGoO IGoOMlt 16000S4I4i
One Ole In New XcI York Ihohango IJchanlO Sold Soldfor Sohlf Soulfar
for f r S70000 S70000New OOOU OOOUNew OOOONow
New York May Mi 2 2ThO 2Time The sale of a scat scatIn sontI
In I recorded rICOrlC on Oi the New = ew York stock ex exchange exrmng exchange ¬
change for rlr tur K0009 OO compared cmpr with wih the thaprevious theJrelous timeitrevious
previous rmng highest authentic l1uthentc record recorl of ofJCOOOO otfC6O ofcG000
First rst Oaiu Will WllIiJtViied 1 Lc Fired F ie 11 Next cxt Sun Sunday Sunlar Sunilay
day lar Nif NifThe NIght Ilt IltTe p pThe
The Te op opening nlne dins GM gu of the Y M 1 M I 1 1A Iortorcol
A 1 oratorical ortorcol contest cntt will wi b b be fired fird next nextSunday nextSun smexiSunday
Sunday Sun Y night 1111ht Every Ecr competitor < otpetltor will willb willbe vl
b I be hwinl hCI In his hi respective rI > otle ward war und undthoee unllthQse antitiiQFt
thoee who win In the wards Inrt will wi go to totlii tothl totimt
tlii thl distrIct l trkt contest contllt to be held hel on tho thol thelst
l lst t of till month monthConsiderable montholllttlble mnontimtusmidersbie
Considerable olllttlble Interest has ha been lln manl manlfelled Ionl Ionlt mnaniLeqied
felled t te and then th 1 will wi be several J4eral severalemiiiit w WRr rdi rdiimii
imii < < n e l In th the comtwtitlon rOllltitol this year yearwho ar arwho t
who did cI1 not 10t contest lItt last la t year jearThe yearTime enr
The ht final Inld contest cntlt nltl wi probably prl h ce ceheld ueIlld ticiitid I
held Illd durlw the June JUle confcr cnferenc conference nc of th thY the timeY
Y L I and Y M I M 1 I A AThere AThere AThere
There L Ilit will wi be bl three Judges julllts of com composition cm cm11sllon Cornposition ¬
position 11sllon and Iml three thr of oratory oralor In SASh efcehward ech SAShwan
ward wan 111 and the cciniMlanti cntttant1l will wi b 1 wlven giteOo
50 5 o Ir wr cent on literary leary merit and an 50 5 0 i Ilr IlrPlt ir irceimt r rcent
cent Plt for delivery deliveryNEW dellerW deliverS1UJ1OX
Three case e of smallpox ftalpx w were re report rtportod rtRrt rtRrte
board of h hehtii alth today todayIttich toda todahiticlisi
od e to the city I br hflh tO tO1leh1
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l Martin amid an Clrd ClrdKcetcb CirdICeuteim
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street Ceo 00 ltret F 1 F Kcctch I ctch 1W lr vast a t Ninth llth Soutb Southstreet Soutbltret Soutbstreet

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