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J nrSI ne eacb acb senatol nator und rcpresentatlVO rcpresentatlVObe i entatlvo entatlvoI
I to respond to his Jt name namep MmeSmoot
required ircJ
p be b DC i i
runiiiMftF majorIty in each cuchl
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l of course couraeod be bet
t e IUI l as a matter
lon will be held Ie1 on onsenate onnrsdr onesdY
lflt t session se
joint J
It od i noon flO In fl Ihe he houso ot r rep rep1tOI tJ tJltalllC9
nrsdr that thnlrr thatFrsIdent
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FrsIdent sldent AIU Allison on wl1 preside presidetbe
rr otnbty mbly lnd call the tlwwlon theC3IOfl
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to ordlT ordlTy
wlon of the senate Will 11 IlI rend rendsenate renlloumal V4jouraa
y oumal JlnHIU at thl senate which wilt wiltwelveu willha 11 11that
jouraa IHnol welveu u 1 ma may
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nnd Chief Clprk CJ < rlt Cummlnga of the thehouse the11OUSO the1Ouso
house will Wi the hotuo Journal Journalliowlng journulshowlnr journalfihovinc
liowlng that he h received n large ma nmjorlt majorItY
City jorlt of tho votes cast In the house houseIrpsldont houeelrMIIont houoe1reI1Cflt
Irpsldont Allw > n will then announce announceto announcettbe
flsstmbly that Heed Bnoot Bnoothas fMoolhas iiflOotha
to ttbe the Joint
chosen United Stales tate Hena Henal HenaA Henator Henatar
has ha been 1Je 1I
l tar tarA ° A committee of cnclflhotise will then thenle thenbe
le appointed to wait jointly upon Oov OovWells OnvWells GovWe118
Wells and a justice of the supremo supremocourt sUJltemecourtnntl auprenlecourt
court courtnntl anti they will accompany necoml ny the thecommittee therommltlee thecommittee
committee to announce to Mr moot bmoottho Bmooltho mootthe
will nil nilthen nilthtn niLthen
tho fact of Ills election They
then proceed TOCcel to the house of reprcsen reprcsentatlves leprCAentltIes repreeentatIeS
tatlves where Mr mont will be e formal formally
ly Introduced lIe will no doubt ic icuponil ICSPOOl1 0 0IIIlon1
uponil with ltII a 1 speech In recognition of otthe ofthO ofthe
the honor conferred and an may be li fol followed tallowelby folioved ¬
lowed lowelby by lOS Wells and others othersIn othcrIn
In the meantime a certificate of elcc electlon elcctlon elCction
tlon will have been prepared by Secy SecyJensen SecyJenRen SecyJenien
Jensen engrossed and signed by the theoillccrs theol11cers theotllcer
oillccrs of tin homo and senate and andattested andnUested antiatte9tLtI
attested by the great seal ot the state stateThis staterhll staterflIltt
This certificate will be b < presented to the thesenatoreleet thesenatorelect theseitatoreiet
senatoreleet qnci ml constitute his ltI creden credentials crcdontIIlls credentials ¬
tials at the national capital He will willbo willbe vilLho
bo on hand on tit the 4th day Iln of March Marchto
to take tho oath of olllco In till highest highestlegislative highestlegIslative highestlegislative
legislative body In the world
sslicppcr Bounty Bill BiIIiioIley Money JdOIla for Fish FishHatchery FlsllHaclcry Fishhatchery
1 Hatchery and Owners Ownersof of Sheep Killed by b Dogs
adjourned nl1Journ d this af afon nton aton
hen th the senate nat
on II jlWU a to mplt at the n lcgullr lcgullrocl rtguiar2oCk ulnr ulnroclock
oclock ocl tomoiTOW afternoon at atth atb
th b time It will ta b1110t ° t I for ° r United Unllc1h Unitedeenator
h S lenator Thore was some ome little llttluusjion IIttluulon little33ofl
not the thetjng thetins
usjion as a to whether or
ling tins should not be b at 12 oclock oclocktut
but President Allison after con cann connr
L n nr the lh statutes said that that was waslit wasat wa waCL
lit at all ll necessary 1e < mar and tnat tho 12 12icit 12ck 12k
icit ck k idea Ide doubtless had reference to tof toJoInt toI
I f joint oin 8f e session sslon lon to le held on Wed WedKj
Kj Kjlr aI Introduced this nf nfn af0n
P lr re e bills were ere
0n n The first was va ns S B No 12 by byI byIamn bylarsen
I U larsen en and provided for a bounty bountyaHboppera bountyauboppm bountyaobOpper
aHboppera locusts ana crickets cricketsitipulat crlalll crlltetnstlpuiatel > ta tastipulated
itipulat stipulated d that this bounty should shouldl shouldexceed
l t1t exceed d one and a half cents per perfrl perd
frl d The bill provides further for forappointment torappointment or orappolntnint
appointment of a deputy county countyk
I k i < who hall under proper regula regulahave reg1lahm regulahive
> have charge of this fund The TheOKd fheI
I OKd measure oeka for the appro approlion oPlJrOlien approIon
lion of K5000 K5000Instof 125000I 25000natot
I Instof nator Love of Salt Lake Introduced IntroducedNo
No 13 ty yte request u t It comes from fromlofflre fromcroke fromof2ie
lofflre croke of the fish and game warden wardenk8 sarderisAs
tlks k8 for the th appropriation of 13000 13000enlarging 3000Uled OO0 OO0ned
ned In enlarging and improving
the slate deli hatchery hatcherySenator hntcherySeMtor haiclierysenator
Senator Unmet llnrn of Davis Introduced IntroducedS
S 13 No 14 The purpose of this thl mea measure meafJuro measure ¬
sure Is to establish a 1 fund to be used usedIn
In reimbursing sheepmen whose sheep sheephave sheephno sheephave
have been killed by dogs the residue residueot
ot tho fund at n t the end of each year eur to tobe tobe tobe
be converted Into tho school fund fundHOUSE tundJlotJflE fundJ1OIJRE
HOUSE J1OIJREHOUSfl IMIOOKKDINQS IMIOOKKDINQSHOUSE IHOmmUlS09HOUSE
HOUSE HOUSflMr PROCEEDINGS PROCEEDINGSMr IHOe EDINOS EDINOSMr
Mr Barratt of Heaver moved that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the resolution passed on Friday Frlda creat creating crcatIn creatIng ¬
ing In the ofilce page b bu reconsidered un under under Untier ¬
der a suspension of the rules The mo motion motlon mation ¬
tion was 118 lost lostRepresentative lostI1tpresentnUvo lostIlepresentatlvc
Representative Morgan Richards of ofIron atIron ofIron
Iron county was excused on account of ofsickness otRlekness ofsickness
sickness sicknessRepresentative RleknessItcprellentnUve sicknessItepresentittlve
Representative Colton Introduced Intrpduce1jOint a aJoint ajoint
Joint resolution In relation to t taking takinga
a ote for United States senator and andproceeding andproceedlng antiproceedings
proceeding attending same on Tuesday Tuesdayand TueHla TueHlannd
and Wednesday as already alluded to toIn toIn toIn
In these columns The resolution resolutionpassed resolutionI1Qllspd resolutionl1epreentatIvo
passed passedRepresentative I1QllspdHeprcsentntlve
Representative While reslgncd reslgnedn8 ns a amember 11member amember
member of oCthe the iie Judiciary Committee and andRepresentative nnllItel1resentatle andItepresentative
Representative Staker was appointed uppolntedlnhis In Inhis inhis
his stead steadThe steadfhe steadflte
The House then adjourned
4
ITILe TILL STRONG ON uouoRf LIQUORS
p e Ministerial association continues continuesjr
jr rr on the temperance question A Aliutlon Alutlon AltIon
liutlon lutlon was introduced and duo dlsi
oa i this morning and while no for foraitlon toral fora1lon
aitlon al tlon was taken It was plain plainUh plnlnthe
Uh the rtsolutton volred the sentiment sentimentJw FI11n1entmajority
Jw t majority of th ministers It was wasi
at i the th manufnt mallufaturtJ turo and sale snl of in inBating Inrating Incating
Bating liquors shall be forever pro proin proted protcl
ted in n this ftato except for medl medltiiintlfit mediI
I tiiintlfit and mechanlcsl pur purits Il1rThe n1r n1rThe
its The reaolutlun esoluth was tabled for forMlc turIItek forek
IItek Mlc when pj It is expected somo somoI
o 1 arllin < I m wit 11 be taken takenI takenpropoelUon takenpt0pOUofl
I proposition was advanced adan 11 that nil 011EI3ngeUcai allEvangelical
f Evangelical ministers In tho state stnte1nluded
lnluded In the membership of the thovlth thelaUon theIstlon
laUon with the idea of t thus or ¬
ganizing an Evangelical Alliance of ofUtah otUtllh ofUtah
Utah and bringing all of the ministers ministersIn mlnl ters tersIn
In the outlying country Into close touch touchand touchulld touchand
and harmony with the t he Salt Lake City Cityrngtors tityrl1slors Citytastors
rngtors It In Urged urg d that thin alHnnci alHnnciwill alliancowili lIInnelwill
will secure unity unIt ot thought sentiment sentimentnnd
and action over a 0 wide area of territory twiltoryjnnd territorRlld
amid be 1 for the th benefit of the Evangeli Evangelical B nlell nlellcnl ¬
cal cause The proposition Vas as favor favorably tornbly favorably ¬
ably considered but may not be acted actedon uctcon
on for some little time timeThe time1he timeThe
The paper of the day by Rev Ho Dr DrPaden DrPaden DrIatlen
Paden was Is Orthodoxy essential c ent1nl to tosalvation topnlvntton1 tosuivatioti
salvation and was practically tho thosermon thopermon timsermon
sermon delivered last evening by the thedoctor thldoctor thedoctor
doctor In the First PreMiyterlnn church churchnnd churchnnll churchnod
nod epitomized elsewhere In todays todaysNous todaysNows
Nous Tho sentiment of the asso association ISlOclatlon nosoelation ¬
elation accorded with the views leW of tho thospeaker thosplnkcr Ottosreaker
speaker the Interpretation being that thatn
n man does not necussarlly nerJ9s lrlly have to be bellevo behove
hove all of the Christian doctrine In Inorder InoTiler Inoriler
order to be saved
ISCRIMINA CRIMINATION TION AGAINSTTHE AGAINST AOAIIJSTTHE
THE UNITED STATES
IIhnrton ton Jan 19Senator Lodge LodglT
lay T Introduced a resolution directing directingOmmItte
I wnmlttec on finance to find out
her crtlln ruuniiles are dlscrlm dlscrlmfagaimtthp
tlnr fagaimtthp agaln agalnt t the fnlted Stntes nnd nndlaw andSW
f law holl b bi pusaed 1 > 1500 to give givePreffnntlal
t11S trls Preffnntlal duties
which rhioido do
not discriminate against this country countryThe countryThe countryTIme
The resolution refern r tero to the dlscrlmlnn dlscrlmlnntlons discriminations dlscrlnilnatimma
tlons of France Germany < and an Russia Russiaagainst Russinagnln8t flusslaagainst
against the United States It went to tothe totho tothe
the table In order to give Sen Senator Senator senaloe ¬
ator Aldrich nn opportunity to make a astatement aatntemont astatement
statement concerning the subject
M M I 1 M I 1 1 1SENATOR II iII H4 + + II HJ + I + H4 H4ENATORHNRYMTELLER
SENATOR ENATORHNRYMTELLER HENRY M TELLER I
+ I HHH + + IH + H + I + H + I If
i f PRESIDENT YOUNG YOUNGRESTING YOU YOUNORESTINO NO NORESTINO
RESTINO EASILY EASILYInquiry EASILYInquiry EASILYInquiry
Inquiry at the home of Presi President Preald President ¬
dent d nt llrlghnm Young this after afternoon atlernoon afternoon ¬
noon elicited the pleasing Intelli Intelligence IntelUGenco intefligenco ¬
Genco that time distinguished pa patient latlent patient ¬ +
tient was resting quite comfort comfortably t ¬
1 ably although there was no np nppnrunt flpparunt
1 parent change In his condition conditionPresident conditionrresdent I
+ 1 President Young say his attend attendants attedt ¬
x t ants Is holding his own very verynicely erynicely
f nicely This will bo good news newsto newsto C
1 to his h Is many friends throughout throughoutthe t ttho
the state stateFIVE stateI tnteH
I + H + rlHHI + I HHI + HI + H HH + HI + + H4 H HfIVE I IIE
FIVE IE MEN HURT AT CAR CARNEGIES CARNEGIES CARNEOIES ¬
NEGIES DUQUESNE WORKS WORKSPittsburgh WORKS1It1sburJ WORKSPittabuig
Pittsburgh Jnn 19 191 191ivo Five ho men were so sobadly 110hadly sobadiy
badly Injured by an explosion at tho thoCarnegie thoCnrnogle theCarnegie
Carnegie works at Duqucsno today that thatIt
It Is believed nil will die The throttle throttlevalve throttlevalvo throttlevalve
valve of a t Dictionary engine used to op opcrate optrllto opcrate
crate a coal crusher blew out and nnl the tinseven thefJeV theseen
seven fJeV 1I men who were In the entice enticehouse enyDohouao engaohouse
house at the time were badly badl scalded
by escaping esl plng steam and some of them themwere thernWere themwere
were badly bIlIJI cut nnd bruised bruisedJoseph IlInlMLIJonoph bruisedJoite1mim
Joseph Carey the night foreman was wasone wasonc wasone
one of tho worst Injured being cut cutabout cutnbout cutabout
about the head and badly scalded over overthe oerthc
the body bod The pomes of the others have havenot luenol havenot
not been learned learnedNomination learnodNOllllnatlons learnedNotmiiimat
Nomination NominationWashington NOllllnatlonsWashington loris lorisWashington
Washington Jan 19 19Th 19The Tho president
tidny sent the following nominations to tothe tothe totime
the senate aenateNavy lIenateNnvyCommnncer senateNavyCommander
Navy NnvyCommnncer Commander Ilijrry lI rr Webster Websterto
to t be captain Also I lso o several promotions promotionsof
of the navy na naUtahThomas
POSTMASTERS POSTMASTERSUtahThomas IOST rS1ImS rS1ImSUtnhfhomns
UtahThomas Rraby Mount Pleas Pleasant Ilensnn Ilcasant ¬
ant antCalifornia nn nnCall California Call CaliforniaThomas torn laThomas Thomas A Nelson Stock Stockton Stockton Stocktan ¬
ton
Hooper Youngs ollnll1 Trial Postponed PostponedNew Post tlCJII liourti liourtiNew fl flNcYoll
New NcYoll Yoik Jan 19The trial of Wll WllHam WIIlfam yui11am
Ham Hooper Young for tho murder of ofMrs otMI ofAmma
Mrs MI Anna Pulitzer vhlcli hleh was as to have haveHen haVfltIn have1un
Hen called cllll today was ajourned for two twoweeks twowreks twoyeckn
weeks on account of the Inability to t get getn
n 1 justice of the supreme court to sit sitSTEAMER sitSTEAMER altSTEAMER
STEAMER LAHN IS ISSTILL ISSTILL ISSTILL
STILL ON LrHE THE ROCKS ROCKSGibraltar ROCKSOlbraltar ROCKSGibraltar
Gibraltar Jan 19 19An An unsuccessful unsuccessfulattempt unsuccesstulattempt unsuccessfulattempt
attempt was made this morning to ro rollout yellott ¬
llout 110 t tho North German Lloyd steamer steamerLahn IIteamelIahn steamemLaha
Lahn from Mediterranean ports for forNew torNew fatNew
New York which grounded on a sand sandtank san sanbtnl sandbank
tank < off Tumnro Sunday morning Her Herciigo HerctIIo Herctio
ciigo is rapidly being discharged < 1 Into Intolighters IntoIIshtera intolighters
lighters Some of the passengers have havelanded havelanled havelanded
landed and are sightseeing but the themajority thomaJorltr themnalority
majority remain on board boardTho bOltdTho boardThe
Tho pnsfenpeis pns entel on limo Lahn number numberabout numlJerl1Jout numberabout
about 100 in the saloon mostly Ameri Americans Macricans Amorltans ¬
cans nnd about 700 Italian Immigrants ImmigrantsIn
In the steerage steerageGenoa steerageOenOIl steerageGenoa1
Genoa Italy tab Jan 19 19Among Among the thoAmericans theAmericans theAmericans
Americans who vmo lio sailed from hem on onthe ontht onthe
the Lahn for Qr New York are uePoultne uePoultne111g PouItne1ligt Poultncy PoultncyIllgelcw
Illgelcw 111g 1ligt lor Richmond Pearson P nra n Unite Bnlll1Stnte tnltc1Stntes 1 1Stntes
Stntes minister to Persia the Re W WIuvson WIl1W WILws0mm
Iuvson Il1W II MaJ 1 > laj J Irons and Dr Dwight DwlghtOrcutt D DwightOrcutt lght lghtOrcutt
Orcutt
Gnr ilclks Is InntiRurntcil InntiRurntcilMontgomery IIIAUIUrntelMontolllery InauguratetiMontgomery
Montgomery Ala Jan 19Wllllam 19WllllamDorsey 19WllllamDorlley 10WilliamDorsey
Dorsey Jelks who on tho death of Uov UovSanford UovSantorL1 UovSanford
Sanford In June 1901 succeeded eUc redeL1 to the theoffice theollleo theotilce
office of governor of Alabama and was waselected wnRolected waselected
elected last November to a full term termof
of four years elrs was today formally In Inducted Inducted indueled ¬
ducted Into oillce The ceremonies were werethe werethe werethe
the most elaborate since Jefferson Jt Da Davis DaIs Dayb ¬
vis yb Is wan am Inaugurated as president of ofthe otthe ofthe
the > confederate > states In this city near nearly ncarh nearly ¬
ly 42 yeats ago agoIn nllOIn agoIn
In hla Inaugural address GOVL 00 > > Jelks Jelkscongratulated JellscOI1rrntulatlt Jelkscongrrttulntel
congratulated tho people upon the theframing thofmmlng theframing
framing and n ratification of the new con constitution constitution constitutton ¬
stitution anti said that one of Its rich richest richeRt richSt ¬
est St blessing tJli lln was the fact mat it pro provided proWfd provided ¬
vided for fewer elections and lint thereby therebyreduced therebytt therebyreduced
reduced tt ucC < 1 the amount of political discord discordLake dh discordLake cord cordInko
Lake Korrest College Cflll Jc Closed ClosedChicago Clo ClnscdCificogo efl eflhlcnso
Chicago Jnn 19 19Lalle Lake Foncst col college colICI college ¬
lege ICI Is closed for a week by order of ofthe ortho ofthe
the local board of health owing to the theprevalence theIlrevnlenco thejrevaienre
prevalence of the scarlet fever In the thetown thetOWII timetown
town and among nmon the students The Thelatter Jhelattor Thelatter
latter are restricted to the bounds of oftho ottho oftito
tho en campull m pus Two additional discs were weicrefortcd werercrortid WCICrerortcd
refortcd today toda
LITIGATION LITIGATIONWILL LITIGATIONWILl LIT1ATIONWILL
WILL CONTINUERenowned CONTINUE liJNtiNLJERenowned
Renowned WarronRoblson WarrollR blson Case In InCourt InI InCourt InCourt
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Court Again at atOgdon atOgdonr atOgdon1WEBE1 Ogden OgdenWEBEll
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W jOf
I IWEBEIt
WEBEll COUNTS COUNTY13US1NESS COUNTY13US1NESSOlUcors < BUSINESS BUSINESSOlllcor HUSINESSOlllco1lIloluteJ
Olllcor Olllco1lIloluteJ Appointed br > ttio CoiiimlMloU CoiiimlMloUen
en en Till TJornlucTum TJoruluC IIm Kelly Kelly1oiiud Ucllylollntl IOttllyVoiiiid
1oiiud UuIISpecial lullt lulltSpecial JullSIJ
r
Special SIJ elal to the News NewsOgden ij NwsOgden IS ISOgden
Ogden Utah Jan 19sThe somttvlmt somttvlmtfamous 60mtlvhattmnolls sonttvImtfamous
famous case ca o of Eliza Warren et al vs vsTheodore vsTheodore 1 1fheO
Theodore fheO < lore Roblson to lson et u ill ul1 popularly popularlyknown 1IOIIulurlykllOWII jtopuittrlyknown
known as tho Cltlzensl Cttlzell CitlzeuJ1ank J3nnk Case Caseling CIIHehnll CoseH CoseHhn
ling hn furnished nmteilal for ft lurthcr lltl lltljrutlon lttlgutlon liiigutloit
jrutlon This moinlng A AI tig Elijah Fnrr Fnrrfiled InrrlIIed Fotrrfiled
filed u lien on the sum o ofjgC 78CJ which whlohwas wlmisimvmts
was afterward paid Into jjourt otirt Ull by b some somoof omo omoof
of the defendants In the dVe O Mr Ir Fare Fnrrla nJr nJrIs
Is ono of tho attorneys In the th > matter matterand mntterand matteranti
and the lien was filed to secure eure his 1mb tim Inrc timterest Iliarest ¬
arest rc t in the sum tncnlldhed d and to toprevent topNellt toprOseimt
prevent its being s curred uCl 1 by IJ other otherparties otherIIQrtles otherlmnrtits
parties who urn after It The payment paymentof II ynwnt ynwntor
of the money hud liii been anticipated for forseveral torsevcrol forseveral
several days UY8 ns a an execution to secure securethe pectirethe JCCUretho
the same was to hnvo bear lamed on onSaturday onSaturday onUaturday
Saturday und Mr H II pencer rep representing rePresenting representing ¬
resenting the defendants van U1I at the thecourthouse tilecourthu thecottrtimcuse
courthouse e on Saturday SUtUIJ with ilfhIIK Jj chock chockbook c1welthook cltokbook
book ready to makp lnttk the payment p ia r li1 flcnt nt and andsatisfy nndfltlsty andsatisfy
satisfy the judgment as a soon ns the ox oxwuilon oxfcutlon oxeetttIoi
wuilon should Issifc Iss c Orflnr to com complications comp1 cornLlIeatlons
plications p1 tlons over the tlwamount amount of the In Interest Interest interest ¬
terest and all < 1 th the proportions Into which whichthe whichthe whl1ilimo
the money should te divided mudc U UImpracticable ItImpll1ctlcablo ILimpracticable
Impracticable to flic 1i the matter up at atthut attimut t tthat
that time The execution wa WQII Ifwiml Ifwimlabout IAAUdabout iMuetiabout
about 11 oclock thiN thIHl1ornln morning ntid Mr MrHpencer MvHIeflet It I IHIJllIltH
Hpencer icpresentliiK lellr < lllulIllll Ad A IT Kuhn and andGco andIto
Ito W Murphy drew his hi check chC < t and andpaid nudlfilel amidnid
paid nid It over to the sheriff Several f at attorneys nttorne tittorimeys
torneys torne connected with the case de demanded LI LIIIIl1nllld tiemended ¬
mended the money mono from from that olIloT oI10lJJut
but he declined to honor h nol their demands demandsand dcmllndsIInd
and turned the tlm check overdo the clerk clerkof
of the dhtilct < l1 II1ct court The Ih clerk nls DIM DIMrotulrolj aisomefuseti > o orefused
refused to tl recognize the claims of the thelawyers theIk timelawyers
lawyers Ik IYlrll anti Mr Flirt Hen followed followedThis tollollll1Ihly ollowetirhla
This case ling been warnlsrlng wnnd < < ilng up and anddown IImldon nd nddown
down Hi the various courts ecurtOof of the state statefor statefor statefor
for over seven yearn cllrl It has hn been In the thedistrict tho1lstrlct thetlitriet
district courts the bankruptcy division dlvlMonof dll lon lonof
of the federal court and In the state stateMipreme atntosupreme atatesupreme
supreme court three thloetlme times and front frontthe trontthe frontthe
the Indications thin morning will 111 con continue contlnuo continue ¬
tinue Indefinitely to furnish ftea t tea 3 for tho tholawyers thola thelatyersnnd
lawyers la latyersnnd ersond nnd food for reflection and dim diminished 111mInlshed diminished ¬
inished bank account for the litigants litigantsCOUNTY IIl1gllntsCOUNTY litigantsCOUNTY
COUNTY I3US1NEBP I3US1NEBPThe
The board of county eountycoin11l1 commissioner commissionerheld comunmissionorsheld 2IoT1lrr 2IoT1lrr11eld
held Its t regular Reunion II this morning morningThe mornlnThe
The principal business trammeled was wasthe wosthe wasthe
the appointment n1J lntm1nt of the thecermi f tI lkiwlrif Y WlfjgoflZ WlfjgoflZcer olll olllcers
cers cersTo To be rond supervisors for Pleasant PleasantView Plcasl1ntVlrw PleasantVI
View VI w Pnmuot Filer for Randall RandallGeorge HandnllOebrge RandallOcOrge
George Randall for Ilnta R L II1ybea II1ybeator I Rybeo Rybeofor
for Far West E P 1 Williams for lIar Harrlsvlllc lIarrblIIo liarrlsviile
rlsvlllc David Cnwdcr CnwdcrTo
To be health olllcers for district No N
1 James Martin No 2 William Me MeMnthus McInthus MeMatlmus
Mnthus No 3 D T F Ulayloek No 4 4C 4C 4C
C C Wlneagard Wlne nrll No 5 Alma Keyei KeyeiNo le08No6
No No6 C Charles Paikes No 7 John JohnHolmes JohnHolmes JohnHolmes
Holmes HolmesJohn HolmesJohn HolmesJohn
John Walker wan appointed consta constable constable ¬
ble for Hooper precinct precinctThe IlrpclnclThe nrecinctThe
The treasurers report was received receivedshowing recelelIholllIg receivedshowing
showing n balance on hand of 1020593 1020593After 1026599After 1020599After
After transacting other minor business businessadjournment businessIIdjournmont businessadjournment
adjournment wns taken till next Mon Monday Manday Ionda ¬
day da
KELLY ImIJ FOUND I GUILTY GUILTYIn
In the municipal court this morning morningTom mornlnfoOl morningroam
Tom Kelly Iell the bartender at the Engle Englesnlooi ER flaglesaloot It
snlooi Avns found entity of assaulting assaultingJoe
Joe 1eonan with a beer bot bottle bottip buttie ¬
tip His sentence was set for fortomorrow fortomorrow or ortomorrow
tomorrow morning morn 1111 Keenan the mnn mnnwho mnnwho tunavlmo
who was R assaulted and nL1 who It will 111 be beremembered beIemomblrlfl bememnnmbere1
remembered demolished a valuable valuablejilnte valuableplate lIluableJ1lntl
plate plans Ila R window at the Engl Englsnloon I Faglsaloon n1 n1I1l1loon
saloon where the trouMr took place placeby 111 111hy IlttCeby >
by throwing a plrre J11r of C ice through throu h the thesame thlflme tb tbsane
same entered a 1 i ph iIpq > Ioi of guilty to the theBV thtlarJ theaimargo
aimargo larJ BV > of matlil mnlklul us ilestruition < lpitru l tllhlIon > tlon of prop
erty and will rcrelvo his sentence at atthe atthll atthe
the game time us Kelly KellyMAUY KellYlIAm KellyMAItY
lIAm GIVEN < ANOTHER 1 CHANCE CHANCEMnry t1JANCMary c1rANC1Mary
Mary lloyd promised tho court she shewould shewould shewould
would not got drunk again for six sixmonths sixmonths sixmonths
months of ho would only olll lot her off offthis ortthlfl offthis
this time The courts heart 11 orl was wastouched wastouclwl wastouched
touched unil he told tol her t tQ < go and sin sinno
110 more
KEKNAN AGAIN AGAINU
11 J Kneutui eenan Otto man who narrpw narrpwly nurrJ nurrJIy
ly escaped being lIthl sent up for robbery robberythe
the other day d wan this morning sin sintonced sintoneltl simmtoncetl
tonced in th the municipal court to 10 10days 10dus 10days
days for drunkenneix drunkenneixVICTIi dlunke drunkenmmoVICTIMS tltUlI
VICTIMS OFTxPLOSION OFTxPLOSIONON OF EXPLOSION OFEXPLOSONON EXPLOSIONON 4 4VICTIMS
ON THE MASSACHUSET1 S Sn SWahlngtoll SWashington
Washington n Jan Jan10Tim 19 IV1ho Tho following followingwas followingosbleramn
OIIlJl osbleramn ram was received t < at tho navy navydepartment na na11fIIfll1m navytlojnmrtmsnt
department nt from rota Hear Admiral Illg Illgglnmm IIIggln Iligglnsun
glnmm gln oll dated Sun Juan Jan 18t 18tdead 181VPII 1Stieveit
ieveit VPII dead altogether altotethorUobert altogetherltoIsrt ltol othllr othllrHolJlrt
Uobert Hulf K II IooMCr S F Fky 1 1Msiinomvoky o oMlLlIl1osky
MlLlIl1osky ky K I F J Platt Andrew Hen HenAlbert HenttlJroklCzn Hendifrksrm
ttlJroklCzn Albert Tack Walter aiter W A ATvo Afldllrr Aivtttrt
fldllrr Two living 1Iln Iattenwn Iatt reun and andDcrwtt alllncultt amid1erett
Dcrwtt IatteryonH recovery probable probableHoMetta Ilrohllble1101liello lrulnbielboueta
HoMetta recovery doubtful The dead deadwre demlWfI1 deadwete
wre burlfd with llh mllltBry honors at atSUM atSitu
SUM Junn MttBfiiehuwtU now 1I0 at San SanJuan SailJuan Sanlimafl
Juan Kick In haivlUI hOll11 II I Cabled Dun DunKij DunlIt1
Kij for imormatlon TncUe died 3 1 p pm 1 1D pam
m D Sunday unda Schert died Sunday 7 7u 1II 7a
u m
Hmpnnslon Hn 14 115110 JlCIIMlnll Ii aititi Day IIn In I a itO tll 0 House HouseWmlilnglon HOIISCWllhln I 0 Ii 50 50IVsltingtnn
Wmlilnglon Wllhln tln Jan IDThU was com commltteo commilleo cornmnittee
mltteo Bujpetulon day In the th house and andutter nurluetel andutftei
utter the reading of the Journal the thespeaker thcSIleR timesieaiQC
speaker SIleR Iter recognized several l members m to tornovu tomOil tomove
mOil the puewiga of if bills under auspen auspenston HU8Inslon susiensioro
ston of the rules rulesA
A bill was pawed to grant a right of ofway atI1Y ofway
way I1Y through the Fort Bill military mill tlf res resen resurIllon yesorsaion
en urIllon nlon to the Oklahoma Western Westernrailroad Westcln111111oad Vesteiitrailroad
railroad railroadA
A J bill to revoke the sentence of court courtmartial courtmart1111 courtmnartitil
martial agulnat Klist Lieut Francis S SiJnvldion S1I1ldI0I1 SLuividson
iJnvldion Ninth cavalry who was dis dismissed dlsml8 dismnised ¬
missed ml8 OO from fro the army unit in 1S75 and to tottutriulz tukUltllllI tokU
ttutriulz kU triorize liU iiI appointment and retire retirement rotlremCI1l retirenient ¬
ment as a lire lr lieutenant aroused aluu d some someantubonUm someIlIlulionlHm someantuioabim
antubonUm While iiiie the house was di dividing dlIdlng dilding ¬
viding upon the demand for n second a aphotugniphii I IIlhoturulJlllr alhotugnmltiWl
photugniphii In the public gallery tlIel took tooku
u i Iliurillgir photograph Iiitt in tilt The glare gia to of ofthe ottho ofthe
the flash startlul some of the members membersnd memberIlnd
Ilnd nd Mr 11 SIIIMT uf New York cried out outMr outui JutII
Mr ui II Speaker I thought It wax a abomb IIbomb abonib
bomb bombMr bombMr bonibMr
Mr Lawrence of Massachusetts In InKupiiort InIlUlllOlt inIttilIloit
Kupiiort of the bill for the relict of ofLieut otLlcut ofLleut
Lieut Davidson said the bill would do dou
u tardy act of justice to a deserving deservingolllcer dos deservlnollicer rvlll rvlllol1lcor
olllcer ollicerMI4lt3
MI4lt3 UIf1Im lIIt I liOVlY viv AIUIVIS AIUIVISItom ABHlnSPOIll etltlttVlSIt
Itom It uiii CliarlcHton CiiarIestniiItc Ho Will 1iouecil 1iouecilTo
To WiislilnKiim WiislilnKiimCharleston ViisItIngttiimCharleston lIshlnllfIltCharleston
Charleston S C Jan 19 19Thl The dis dispatch dispatch disPatch ¬
patch boat Dolphin from Klnnaton Klnnatonwith 1luetonwith ilimstommwith
with Minister Boiven and Mrs Ilowen Ilowenun
on hoard came Into the harbor this thismuring thisluclnlng thismmmcmning
muring Mr h llnwen will leae J nt the theship thehlp theship
ship nt noon and proceed to Wash Washington WashIngtoll aaim aaimIagtoim ¬
ington by rail at 5 oclock tills after afternoon uftllrnoon afternoon ¬
noon He declined to speak of condi conditions cOIIIJltlCns condiliens ¬
liens In Venezuela VenezuelaItobliorn VenezuelaItnhhrrll Vemezueiahitmittiers
Itobliorn Make n f lllicHnul lllicHnulSouth III Dig until Huulouth untilouti
South outi BenJL ne fleri 1 Ind Jan 19 1 19Itobhevs 19Itobhevsentered Hobbeis Hobbeisentered Il1bbelgcnlered
entered theraowelry the Wclry ebtopllshment etn llllhment t of ofK otJo ofIL
K Jo IL Jt I Hulnc1lldst Muintl last night and carried carriednwcyedods carrlCIIIIWtl carriedttwartots
nwcyedods IIWtl I odsa1 valued Cd at J5000 There lh re Is Isno Isno Iano
no clue cluelIurt cluehurt
Hurt nt a Orndo CroRNliiK CroRNliiKPlttsburg Cr08RIIIIlttSUfl CrossitigPlttaburg
Plttsburg Jan 19 19Two TAVO people were wereseriously wereI werereriousiy
seriously I rlousl hurt and about 10 others more moreor
or less Injured by y a grade crossing crossingaccident elOlHlnlccldent cmssingaccident
accident at Hazelwood today The Ver VerMlllcs VelFIIII8 Verrniiles
Mlllcs accommodation of the Daltlmore DaltlmoreOhio BaltlmoroOhio ihaitimnoruOlmic
Ohio southbound crashed Into u uHomestead iLItomelltead aHomestead
Homestead and McKeesport cJCCi orl street cur curTho curfho carrho
Tho seriously hurt were wereGertrude wlreGttrude wereGertrude
Gertrude Hanna aged 24 cut about aboutMad nhouthMlll11d abouthtad
Mad hMlll11d and Injured Internally David DavidCiulkshnnk DavidCulkshunk DavidCuikshtmnk
Ciulkshnnk body bed badly badl brused and cut cutand CUtlnd cutand
and leg II fractured fracturedThe
The accident WAS caused It Is Isthought Isthought isthouiht
thought by It a misunderstanding of the thewarning thewnrnlng thewarning
warning given by tho llagman llagmanFire Jlugtnanj JlugtnanPhreo tlagmanrlerco
j
Phreo Fire In Itottnn ItottnnIJoHton l1f1 HottisBoston tn tnHOMton
Boston Jan 19 Practically nil the theHro theOre thefire
Ore fighting apparatus In the city was wascalled WIlSctlllolJ vuscalled
called to Long Wharf early to today < lay to tocombat tocombat tocombat
combat a fierce blaze In tho Rhoda of ofthe otthl oftime
the Dominion Atlantic railway rnlll com comjiany comIlall coiapatty
patty The sheds and mosto f the con contents contents contents ¬
tents were ere destroyed and part of the theharf thewhatt thewharf
wharf was ns burned to the waters edge edgeFevrral elifcf1enral edgeSeveral
Several vessels ves elR were W re hauled out Into Intothe Inlothe Intothe
the buy and escaped es aplll serious damage damageThe
The 1lomeli i < mei succeeded In averting what whati what111llni whatImiimred
111llni Imiimred > i mi used l to be a Hrrlous rlaUl onllagratlon onllagratlonund Lol1l1arntlonunllthe
und unllthe the total loss will not exceed 125000 5OOO
EYES E WEST OP WHOLB WHOLBWEST W IlOij THE THEWHOLB IJIEIlOij 1 ON I IWEST COLORADOS COLORADtTISSENATORIAL SENATORIAL FmT
Denver Cola Jan 19 19Vour Four of the thofive tlto11e thefive
five Republican members of o the house housecommittee housocommittee Imousecommittee
committee on elections repotted ropol ted In fa favor tovor a avar ¬
vor of unseating the four float repro representatives reproIentnthcl repropentatives ¬
sentatives from Arapaho > county < Ount and nndone andone andone
one other Arnpahoe member all Demo Democrats Democrnts Democrats ¬
crats The live had majorities m Jorltles on the theface thefllce timeace
face ace of the returns ranging from 2CM 2CMto
to 4000 000 but the Republicans Claim that thatthese thntthese thatthose
these wore fraudulently obtained o talned One OneRepublican OneHlpuhllcn Oneliopuhdlcan
Republican member r of the committee committeefavored committeetaored committeefaored
favored unseating all of the flftecen flftecenArapahoc 11UccenAmpahoe fiftecenArapahoe
Arapahoe representatives reIlre entattves The four fourDemocratic tourDemocratic fourDemocratic
Democratic members of the committee committeepresented committee11resented committeeresented
presented a minority report against un unseating unIentlng Unrenting ¬
seating any 110 members claiming that COO COOwould 600lould 0O 0Owould
would be n liberal allowance for The thofraudulent Thefraudulent hotrnlldulent
fraudulent voles cast In this city clt It Is Isthe tMthe isthe
the Intention of the Republican mem members memhers macrnhers ¬
hers of the committee to recommend recommendalso
also unseating two Las Animas county countyDemocrats countDemocrats countyDemocrats
Democrats Should seven Democrats Democratsbo
bo replaced by b Republicans as pro proposed profJO proposed ¬
posed fJO 1 the present Democratic majority majorityof majotltIf
of ten In the legislature would be con converted connrt eonerted ¬
verted nrt l Into n 1 Republican majority of offour ottour offour
four hut In that case the senate threat threatens ¬
ens to restore the Democratic majority majorityby
by unseating Republicans RepublicansThe
The report of one Republican mem member member macrnher ¬
ber of the lie elections committee to un unpint unFUt Unrutt
pint the 15 Arapahoo nnd two Los AnI Arilmas AnIInRII Aninias
mas county Democrats 1 > was defeated by byn
n I vote of H 4 to 21 1 It received the votes votesof otesot
of the 17 Republican members mom bels who are aresupporting areII1PJlQrtlng aresumportlng
supporting Wolcott for senator and nndPtveral andJl andrieveral
Ptveral Jl < vcrnl others othersUy otherU otimersDy
Uy U a t vote ote of 33 to 31 S i W Helford Helfordone
one of the Arnpahoe m ahoe Democrats was waadeclared wasdociafeti 011 i itltclan
declared > d entitled to his seat seatNow seatNow I Io
Now o that the queetlon of the United UnitedSlates UnlletlSlatell UnitedStates
Slates senatorshlp sennton > hlv In Utah Is practic practically pmctlcII ¬
ally II out of the way and the problem In InIdaho InMlho InIdaho
Idaho definitely settled there still re reITUIH reIr rerrtn
ITUIH Ir ln th h tiBtorln fight In our sister sistermate Blsternate sisterstate
mate olonulo to worry WOIT about aboutTho nboutrhe aboutThe
The Colorado lejrlilaturo le ililltur at Hi 1 IU s
slon today to < lny was to receive the report reportof
of the house committee c < lIImltt on contested contestedmts contelttltffts contestedtts
mts and It was expected that It would wouldba Vould1Ia
ba at once on co acted upon Inasmuch AS th thfirst thlnut th thfirst
first ballot for senator s will 111 b be < taken takentot6nt lakentOI takentumOrzoW
tot6nt tOI flo > W Tuesdfty Much depends dependsupon deMntlupon dependsupon
upon todays notion as to whether there therewill therewill therewill
will be a prolonged tight rht or ormmotlon ormmotlonor not notlong notlongor Ions Ionsor
or short though while It lasts It will willbe willhe ill illLC
be war lal ur to the knife knifeOn knitlOn kmmlteOn
On Joint ballot the Democrats have havea
a large majority and only ani one candi candidate rondldate candidate ¬
date Henry M r Teller They Th < W are In InuLsoluta InIILrolute inaLsolute
uLsoluta control of the state senate senatewhile senatewhile enntlwhllo
while In the house tho Republicans Republicanshav
hay a majority of two or three The TheRepublicans TheHCJlubllcans TheIlepublicans
Republicans are not united In their theirchoice thtlrchoice theirchoice I
choice There are the VolcottItes and andtne nOlitoe antitoe
toe antlWoleott anlt Wolcott Republicans RepublicansThere IepubllcnnsThero IiepublicnnsTimere
There has been a question que tlon about seat seating seatlag at atInr ¬
lag the Democratic members from fromArapahoe troml1pahOt fromArapahoe
Arapahoe county count In which Denver 1 1situated III IIIlilt issituated I
situated lilt un ted end an effort was RS made to toreject torlJect toreject
reject the credentials of the 16 mem members mlmLcr nemtent ¬
tent from ArniMhoe on the ground of offrauds ortrauds offrauds
frauds at the last election To offset offsetthis ortlIItthll oftsetthis
this action the Democratic members membersof Inerosof
of the senate threatened ID unz unsllat t a aRepublican IIltepubllrnn mmRepublican
Republican senator for or every ccr Demo Democrntlc Democrntlc Ieiaocratic
crntlc representative relreftnt tlVl rejected by the theRepublicans theIcpulJllcnns tueRepublIcans
Republicans in lh the house All 11 the theDemocratic theI timeDemocratic
Democratic I > senators but one have havepledged ha hapldgo havepiedged
pledged themselves them he9 to this line of ac action action acion ¬
tion nnd therefore seem to have the thebest thebt thebst
best bt t of It ItIn It ItIn itlim
In view of this retaliatory measure measureUSSenator measure1ixSenntor measurehxSenAtOr
USSenator Wolcott Issued n 1 manifesto manifestola
In which he used this language The lbethreatened Thethreatened fhethlflntenC
threatened < 1 Importation Into the state stafsenate statlfOlIate stateem1ate
senate by b Democrats 1 > of the tlm bloody bloodymethods hloednethod9 bloodymacthetis
methods which have forever blackened blackenedtbc < 1 1te
the good name of tho thostateotKentUcky thostateotKentUckyimuuat state of Kentucky Kentuckymust IentuckI11U8t
must not swerve us The patriotic Re Republicans Itepublicans liepublicnns
publicans In the state senate ore loyal loyalto 1ouLto
to their party amid they thl are able back backet backI bscke4 ¬
et I ly ft 1 Republican governor to take takecare takecate takecare
care of themselves themselvesEdward thcmsche8L1watd themselvesEdward
Edward 0 Voicott who rcpre
tented Colorado In the United UnitedStates UnitedStutcs UnitedStates
States senate s lHtl from rom 1MO to IDOl tMIIs IDOlIII 1001is
Is a candidate this time but he is not notthe notthe nottime
the unanimous 1l1nllllnou8 choice of his party and andIhttlp anlIlhl111 andll1I1Ii
Ihttlp R Stewart chairman of the or organization orgl1nlzntlon organization ¬
ganization which is opposing his elec election eJeclion dcclion ¬
lion has given out a statement In an answer Antlwcr aimswer ¬
swer to Mr Wolcotti mnnltcsto lie Hesays lieaB liesays
says aB It was generally undeistood during duringthe
the campaign lost fall that Mr Ir Wolcott Wolcottwould Wolcottwould Woleottwould
would not be the Republican candidate candidatefor
for senator and that In some counties countiesthe C untll1 untll1the
the Republican candidate rondltl tll were re pledged pledgedto pJe < Iff1 Iff1to
to oppose him him and on this understand understanding ¬
lag In eupportcd by Mr Ir Wolcotts auwnw auwnwfrom nlJNnoetram atjesncefrom
from the state during the cfunpAlffn cfunpAlffnmany camnisttiimmany Am1ftt n nmilny
many of them were elected cl Under Underthese limierClrC1mltnnrc Undertie5o
these circumstances he holds that Re Republican neIJubtlcan liePubiican ¬
publican legislator Ilst lntol1f can not honorably lionoroblyenter honurnblrI
enter a caucus which will put them themunder themumler theniunder
under obligations to support Mr WolNtt Wolcolt Wol Wolcolt
colt coltVhlle Vhlle hiie It is denied < < Ienl < l that positive 101111 el eldenre pIdenle eIdance
dance has been gathered that fiau 1tauiveTo raulworo x xwore
wore committed In several lIml precincts of ofArrtpahoe ofArstimalmue
Arrtpahoe county sonic IIOm of the Dornw Dornwerftti D 1ernvctts m mtl
erftti tl ware elected > by b majorities iinK iinKIng mangtag n nIlIg
tag from rain 2000 to 5080 HO which It seems seemsIt IttlmIt
It will 111 bo hard to overcome overcomeShould Olcroometllould overcomeSitouid
Should the Republican in the house housounseat hou houseunsent t tun
unseat un tnt the Democrat from rapnhoi AralAhount AraiItmhocunty rapnhoiccunty >
ccunty < < unt and the Democrats In Ih the hi mmur mmurcarry qiflticarry nllh nllhcarr
carry carr out their threat of letalluti Ilta ietailutitithe Jill 01 01they
they the Could unseat un lUt every Repuhiit In tttsenator InMnator insenator
senator and make the wnatc nal unMii unMiimously IIn minninmousl nl nlmous1
mously nmousl Democratic D anti then icfu o tu tuenter I Ienter
enter a Joint session I lon Thin would ir t tin ot otIn
In a 0 deadlock and prevent the pirttitin pirttitinof
of any senator senatorAlthough senatorAlthough IIDatorAlthouh
Although Senator Teller ban iw n op opposition f1JIfOjjlttnn npposition ¬
position among the Demon l iemcuiets > mOfIII HI and no nocompetlter nocompetltr nocompetitor
competitor oxSenator Wolnut oieoot Iwu and andhis adhie td tdItie
his opposition OJ1IIO ltlon In lila own party U M Mrank asrnnk Urank
rank and bitter as though he were a aDemocrat aDomom aIemocrnt
Democrat It Is claimed that Senator SenatorWnlcott BffiatorWalcott SenatorWalcott
Walcott has long since InrI centtd to be n nreMdent 11ldent aresident
resident ldent of the stale of Colorado and andU andI an anIs
U I a resident of New ew York City lilt Htoprincipal liltprlnclp11 1Isprincipul
principal opponent Is Frank I C OOIllIaIn loudya loudyalawyer loudyalawyer
lawyer In lVer of recognized ability a and a acitizen ncitizen acitizen
citizen absolutely above reproach who whotins who1m3 whohas
tins many man friends among the th Demo Democrats Demonuts Demoreals ¬
nuts ns well as In Ills own party partySenator partySenntor partySenator
Senator Henry M Teller has been a atvenator nt asenator
senator t > t ntor from torn Colorado Color lo since the admis admission admlsIon admisslon ¬
Ion of the state in 1SIC excepting from fromApril tromApril fromAPril
April m until March 1SS5 during duringWhich duringVhlch duringwhich
Which period he served In President PresidentArthurs PresIdentArthurs IremiidentArthurs
Arthurs cabinet a III secretary of the theInterior theInterior theinterIor
Interior
Conspirators Conspfralorselite 1 1cAze
elite Indicted Il1dietedr J
r
t
True mills i1ls s Rclniwd Against clga ls Fortyfive Foj lyfive Coal Dealers calc s Doing DoingBusiness Doingj f K 1 1f
Business in j Illinois and Indiana IndianaBail Bail Fixed at a Fifteen FifteenHundred Jiif FificeziFIzzidred ell J
Hundred Dollars in Each Case Clsab CaseEipIaziaory Explanatory I < port < > poitAccompanies portAccompanies f J
Accompanies Return giving Reasons for Jurors Acion n nI M
4 I
Chicago Jan 19 19A A true bill was 1 re return retUlned returned ¬
turn turned nguliut 45 coal dealer and re retailers retatl rettoilets ¬
toilets tatl I1I charging n coniplraey to do an anilkgul anIIIclJIlI aniligul
ilkgul trade In connection connl tlon with public publictrade puhltctnul publicironic
trade The Indictments are against againstboth nnlnthoth againstliotit
both corporation and individuals do dolng doInS dotag
InS > business In Illinois and anI Indiana IndianaKnll IndiuMBnll IndianaInuul
Knll win fixed at too 51600Following 100l tooFol1ovimg
Following l oloVln Is a a list of tno corporations corporationsand
and Individual against whom Indict Indictliitnts Indicttmnts indicttiients
liitnts weio eIO returned returnedChicago retllllIcIIChlcagu returnedChicago
Chicago Wilmington 8 Vormllllon
CVHl compBny Ulg Four Coal company companyurd
CiBrdnerWllmlngtQii Gatdner urd ll1l1lngtqn Coal company
Wilmington iiirmlnitoii Star Mining company Hell lieuAnti
and Xollor Coal company Murphy
Keenan 8 Company Carbon Coal com compnny comJnn coinPnflY
pnny Jnn Wilmington Coal Mining com company cornlaity ¬
laity 1111 Cardiff Coal company The hl Star
Coal C al Company of Htreetor Ills the
Hiacevlllo Coal company Acme Coal Coalcompany CoalcOll1pany Coalcolt
company colt iamm y Illinois I ii im ais Third Tb itd Vein eln ei ii Coal com company 0010pell ovmnP011 ¬
pany pell the Tenona Coal company tho tha11C1 timo1cvitn
Devlin 11C1 n Coal company Spring Valley
Coal company Mtirniiotte Third Vein V oia hl
Coal company cOIl11nn Oglesby Coal CoatIilinni company conlJTJ1Y
William Iilinni M Sanford C S Lusk Frank F
K t lj Luckens tJus Ancutt H II Heeler r
Frank Mcarow P f M Durkec C U I
Marston It C Drown Hugh Shirkle
J J 1 Hlgelns J Smith Telloy Joseph
Martin ISdwurd l IJ Illill fihlrkle II It Me Ie
Clellnri John Sal Shirkle Walter alter S Hogle 1I0gllJlrulllette
Hiulllette Creek Coal 011 company co m 111 II Oak
11111 Coal Mining tlnlll company Coal oat
Hln IIIuIL Mining lInln company Purke County
Coal Coa company COlli 118 II Glen Oak Coal 8 Mining Miningcompany MiningomnIlany linin lininommny
company Novlns Coal company Indi Indiana Inrllinn Iruliana ¬
ana Fuel company McClellnml Sons
Company descent Coal 8 Mining com company comIIIIIY corninrIy ¬
pany panyAccompanying IIIIIYAteompnnlng inrIyAcconmpaning
Accompanying the return of the In Indlrtments In11ctments inilietmemits
dlrtments vna lit on explanatory report reportsotting reportIIlItlln reportsetting
setting < < forth f lth holRrounds ho Ilrounc111 upon which whichtile whIchthll whichtiit
tile Jurors based their th lr action The Theshortage Theshortage fho6hortllIl
shortage they th JY declare they found duo duoprimarily duoprhllnllI dimimprimarily
primarily nnd principally to the tim recent recentgreat zecemmtgreat ocontreat
great Strike In tho anthracite coal coalfields coaltlehlfl coalfields
fields fieldsHltuinlnous tlehlflBlturnhlOlII fieldsliltutnimious
Hltuinlnous coal could not be mined minedand mlnllilnnd mmciiand
and stored In cuillclent quantities to tosupply tostippl
supply the deficiency caused by the re restricted reo reostrlrttld restrirted ¬
stricted output fiom main the anthracite anthracitemines anthrucltlmlnea anthiracittmines I
mines drat because the capacity CRII clty of oftile oftim
tile mints could not be IJ t Increased so somaterially somnterlall somaterially
materially on short notice und sec ¬
n
ondly because o the storing of bltumln bltumlnou
ou OUIt coal during the summer months Is
Inexpedient owing owln to danger of deterl deterlumtlon dteriurKtlon r ror
umtlon or tlon through slacking nnd of d ditructlon dll dllatrurllon OitrUctiOtm
itructlon by b lire through opontaneouii opontaneouiicombustion spontamitouiicumnbustloti ontlItlUIICOl1lbU81101l
combustion combustionIn
In Chicago the report oontlnuos tho thoamount timeanuotmnt I I111110Ul1t
amount of nnthmcltu coal received In
laOii wiw 1507037 tons less than In 1001 1001to 1 1001to 01
to offset orr et which there was an unlnerCM Increase of ofonly ofonl ofonly
only onl 793712 of bltumlonua coal Thu
dlllleully experienced by the th railroads rnllron l4
In handling the large quantity roiulreil
for dally dall supplies to stoic bituminous bltumlnouncoal
coal during the summer months also alsothey al nisothey o othe
they the round constituted one of them tlmcauses 11mfAuseH 1 1causes
causes of the famine famineThe famineThe I
The railroads they believe to be doing doingall i iall
all In their power to move the coal coalpromptly coalIIIomptl coatpmomptiy
promptly to market and the accumtiln accumtilnlion nrcurn ln lnlion
lion of coal eoalludon laden carl In railroad yards yardsdoes yards110cM arda ardaoaM
does oaM not exist to nn unusual extent nt ntthis oLthis L
this thl time of the year yearThe reurrhe I
The jury llnds no convincing evi ¬
dence d > nce the report reads of a delib deliberate delibernie ¬ I I
ernie detention of cars tor or the purpose purposeof
of Intensifying Inttu ltlng tho dlllkultles of otthe the thaWhile thesituation I
situation situationWhile i iWhlh
While not finding 11l1ll1n the present condi condition conLlllinn ¬ 4 4lion
linn due to or appreciably Influenced
by IJ any conspiracy In restraint of oftrade oftrade
trade and while convinced that tho i
laws of tmppjy and demand sufllolfintly 8ulllcl ntlY I
account for the high prices prevailing
the jury found that there existed oxtsl < lln In tho thocity timecity ql qlcity
city of Chicago and In Illinois and li lineighboring hi ittmieigliiiorlng >
neighboring states ° certain combina ¬ I f
lions which lilclm It deems to be conspiracies conspiraciesor
or combinations In restraint of trade tradewithin i 11
within the meaning of the statutes us usfollows asfollows I
follows followsThe followsThe f
The Northern Illinois Soft Coal asso association assoelation ¬ I
elation the Retail Coal Dealers asso association useeelation associatton ¬
elation of Illinois and Wisconsin a ocr certain ocrtam Ill ¬ i
tain tam combination of Indiana
coal op operators ¬ I
Critters with Ith the Crescent Coal Min Mln11Ig Mm ¬ j
lag company While not differing In Incharacter incharacter f
character and scope from similar com
blnntlons In other hues of business
the Jurors deemed It their duty to ores prcscut present oresemit
cut the foregoing indictments Other Otherassociations Othlrn Othcrassociations
associations n of operators and coal deal dealers dealera
ers 111 were found to exist und to have havemore 1110more havemore
more or less effect In the nfllxlng of ofprices oflirices U
prices and In restraining competition competitionhut COIT1I1lI lon jj
hut against IInln t whom the evidence did hl not notwarrant nOtworrant j
warrant action They are time Ohcaco OhcacoCoal UhItnroCoal
Coal exchange and the Chicago Track TrackDealers TrackIealers 11 J
Dealers association I I
EDITOR N 0 GONZALES IS DEAD DEADA
i A Itit k kAlter
o JO t tAitcr
Alter a Struggle of Four Days Victim of Lieut Governor OovernorTiU OovernorTiUmans CovernorTitIniris TilJ TilJmans
mans Pistol Pis I Succumbs to His Wounds W Woundshuman unds Tillman Ti an Visibly YislqlyAffected VisiblyAffected VisIfIyAffected
Affected at Neves NewsUniversal Universal Sorrow Expressed
I 1
Columbia A C Jan 19 19Edltor Editor N
0 Gonzales died at 1 p in After bat battling batIIInlf battilng ¬
tling for or almost four days for life the thevictim thevictim thevictIm
victim of LleutGov James II Till Tillmans TillIIlII Tillmans
mans IIlII bullet passed away at the Co Columbia CoIII111bla Coiummbia ¬
lumbia hospital Mrs Gonzales was waswith wnswith waswIth
with her hiubaml hlu antl when lten death ynme ynmeWhen 911111When jnmneWhen
When the bulletin was posted an announcing announclnl announcing ¬
nouncing the death the crowds which whichhave whichhnfI whichhave
have been about the bulletin boards al almost nlmost nimoat ¬
most constantly since the tragedy In Increased IIIClcalfd increased ¬
creased rapidly ra lcll and ant all phases and de details detllllH details ¬
tails of the th tragedy were discussed discussedIn
In his cell where he has bton confined confinedblncc conl1nellsince confinedsince
since the thootltig LleutGov Tillman
heard th the news with visible emotion
There U universal sorrow sorrowSince HorrowSllIce sorrowSInce
Since 10W In lat t night It was evident
Cleveland OIo > Ilnd 0 Jnn 19 19Prt Flro early to toIll totile
tile Ill destroyed delltro 1c1 two Apartment house housei housesflnr
lI flnr i > nr the comer of Kuclld avenue und
Andrews street I2 l Fsst tH Cleveland < remit remitIng
Ing In the death of at lm least t two i IHlI IHlIOIl iersorts > er ersons
sons OIl and nil the Injury of several oral others othersTHIS othOllITIm othersTilIt
THIS DBAD DBADMro mCADrrs DIADMrs
Mrs rrs Cloy Norton burned to death deathMr deathMr deathMrs
Mr Jessie Dickey U years old oldLtuneil oldLltl oldLtimnod
Ltuneil Lltl nOlI to t death deathTHK deathTIl deathT11F
THK TIl INJURED INJUREDMiss INJUREDMI911
Miss Clara J oHswn servant girl Irl
that the crisis had ha arrived Mr Oon Qonzules Oonattics
zules ns he became more nervous Tua Tuasubjected llfflulJJectlll uIssubjected 1
subjected to vomiting and generally generallygrew gen rnIlY t tJrew
grew wors lie continued to lose loseground 10AOJround loseground
ground and as early ns 3 oclock this thismorning tub tubmornimmg 1
morning hop ho was practically aban abandoned abrndonud ¬ i
doned don otI The last heroic treatment re reported ret resortel ¬
ported t to was the use U of formalin formalinOnellftleth formalinOnelItt1eth formalinOnellftietim 4
Onellftleth of n grain was Injected In Inthe Intho inthe
the veins In the hope of slopping blood bloodpoisoning bloodIuh bloodIulsonitig
poisoning Iuh ontng At 7 n m nil of the pa patlontH ratlcntll patients
tlontH relatives who wen > not at the the1I0s11l1nl
hospital were summoned His wife two twobrothers toIJrothlrs twobrothers
brothers amid till a sister besides members membersof
of the editorial staff of the State re reupended reI1pondtLl responded
upended upendedThe I1pondtLlrhe
The funeral services will be held to tomorrow tomorrow toimmorrov
morrow afternoon at Trinity Irlnll church churchnnd churchlnd churchand
and will bo presided over by Ulshop IIIphopI
Capers of Yorkvllle S C The body bodyof
I of Mr Consoles has been taken In Incharge Incharge incharge
charge by Undertaker Green
0 I
BURNED BURNED IN APARTMENT AP nMENT HOUSE J
liftdly kid I burned burnedGuy lImt1PlGuy
Guy Norton badly badJ burned serious seriousRuv serloullIov serIoushlov 1 >
Ruv Slump lof1Itor > a tor of tho Wlnde Wlndeinerc Wintleoj Sitidemere
mere Methodist oj 1 church II slightly 11 hll y burn burnd burnThe
< d 1 t
1The
The origin of the lire Is unknown The Thefu Thfttu TheCU
fu tenants of the two buildings were weren wereasleep
n oll asleep lc p when the flames broke out A Apanic AItiiiO j
panic nimied when they the were dually duallyniouvd finallylIIoulll1 flumllyaintied i
niouvd and many wore ore rescued with withthe withtht withthe
the > greatest dllllculty nearly all ee eecuplng eacIplnr tOceping
cuplng In their ni IIlht ht clothes The to total totat ¬ J
tat loss li about 60000 partially coy coveml coy11 coyetiel
eml by 11 Insurance
rlilff M41 iTn j I I j I j I I t I I j I I I il ilSENATOR I I I I I I I ISENATOR
SENATOR EDWARD O WOLCOTT

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