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i THE SALT LAKE OTRAUV SOTBAY OCTOBBE 6 1895SIXTJBE3S PAGES
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HOT WEATHER IN
t GREAT BRITAIN
Even an African Potentate Goes
Down Before I
UNKIND REMARKS MADE
I
TIE HOTTEST SEPTEMBER EVER
KXOWN IX LONDON
Paces nt XcYTinartcet Promise to Be
Among the Most Interesting Ever
< Held There Henry Irving anti
Snla A Relic of the Great Charles
Dickens Sir Charles Tupper on
the Copyright Question
WON Oct 5CSpecial London
cable letter Copyrighted 1895 by the
Associated PressDuring the first
part of this week the weather here
and throughout Great Britain gener
ally was so hot that king EJhamathe
visiting African potentate who lias
taken the place of Nazrulla Khan as
the foreign attraction of the moment
was completely prostrated I Is true
that the dusky king was handicapped
by a frock coat tallhat high collar
7 and other such trapping of European
fslion and It Is believed that had he
f been on his native heath it would
j4 have taken many more degrees of heat
to knock him out But ithe fact re
mains that his African majesty suc
cumbed for a period to the heat of old
London Of course there < r unkind
people who hint that possibly the fes
tive nature of the kings visit may
have had something to do with his
weakness but tit shouM in charity be
remembered that unkind people like
to say unpleasant things
Sudden Change
S The warm wave however suddenly
subsided during Tuesday night and
the climate conditions changed from
< Cetty near African to nearly Arctic
weather heavy snow falling in some
parts of Scotland nd a terrible gale
sweeping the sea catching hundreds
of small craft driving many on the
rocklined shore and sinking many
c others In ail it is estimated that
nearly sixty vessels large and small
steamers and sailing craft went to
the bottom or left their frames upon
the etormlashed shores during the
progress of the gale The vessels
caught by the torm an the British
channel seem to Shave fared the worst
and it is reported that quite a number
of unknown merchant vessels went to
the bottom in these waters The life
boat mon < a usual did noble service
but all her efforts did not preventthe
loss of life from totalling up towards
a hundred according to the conserva
tive estimates
Not for twenty year has such 0 hot
September been experienced here and
no such cold weather has been experi
enced in England during the month
of October for five years past Tavo I
degrees of frost were registered in
London and it was very much colder
t In the provinces Then again the I
r sudden change of weather it all oc
curred within a few hours had a very
bad effect on invalids and old people
k the death rate itaking a jump upward
t in almost all part of the country
XevrmarlEet Hnces
The Newmarket trainers however
who have candidates for the czare
witch stakes which event is ifo be run
next eek hailed the change of
weather with delight The races pro
mise to be the most interesting and will I
t be witnessed by Ithe prince of Wales
j and all ithe prominent sportsmen of the
United kingdom TOie prince will oc
cupy his rooms at the jockey club
cub
which are still adorned with photo
I graphs of Mrs Langtry and Lady
Cor > nwillis West presented when those
two beauties were at the height of
their fame They will doubtless recall
to the princes mind many pleasant
moments of his earlier career although
the originals have long ago passed
away into the mists of those who have
been
Among the starters will be the prince
of Wales Florizel I Mr Charles D
Roses St Hiiare a bay colt by St
Simon out of Distant Shore ithe laflter
k being the celebrated brood mare after
whch the new yadht challenging for
the Americas Ln will be named Mrs
Langtrys chestnut Pride of the Sea
by Cnafton out of Sea Breeze is
thought ito have a goo chance of cap
cp
turing the stakes while Banquet II
formerly Ithe property of Mr M F
Dwyer and now owned by Captain
Opta
Aiken carrying a very light weight 95
pounds against he < 125 pounds which
Flcnzel I must run under finds same
favor When they ran in the race for
rce
the Isewmarkdt cup Florizel n and
banquet had the same handicap I
Copyrisrht Question
Referring t the copyright question
Sir Cnarlea said he could not discuss
the matter now as Mr Newcombe had
returned to Canada to report progress
to the Canadian authorities Although
the authorities at Ottawa could not
discuss the subject with private In
p dividuals he continued the matter Is
still being considered between Canada
Cnada
A and the imperial government and no
doubt Mr Hall Caine will have an
t opportunity to state his case
Irving antI Sala
Some years ago Henry Irving was
dining with George Augustus Sala
when the latter showed an Invaluable
Sli n book extending over the whole
period of his Journalistic career to his
visitor Irving remarked that such a
treasur rf reminiscence should be
carefully preservea and on the follow
ing day sent as a present to Mr Sala a
handsome iron safe with the motto
Safe Blind Safe Find upon its
doors At the recent sale of Salas
effects this safe after
ef afer spirited bidding
was sold for 22 guineas Among the
pictures sold at the same sale was a
water color drawing which was pre
sented to Mr Sala by the Bohemian
club of San Francisco This fetched
n Gs
Relic of DJcUeiis
Another of the most interesting relics
connected with the writings of ithe late
Charles Dickens will be torn down in
a short time All admirers of the great
novelisJt will remember tat when
Miss FIRe in Bleak House
Iis Bleak luse met
the Jarndyce heirs in Lincolns inn
she invited them to her lodgings
Slipping us out tat a little side gate
said the story the old lady stopped
most unexpectedly in fthe narrow back
street pat of some courts and JQes
Immediately outside the walls of the
Inn This gate is immediately
i i mmedia1ely oppo
r site the old
sie ship tavern which as
Sols Arms figures in the a
Sols fgure same
room and Is now to be demolished l
was in the long room of this tavern
the Inquest of NamE was held and
Little Swells the vocalist was wont
to enliven the company Directly
across the way is the house in whose
attic Miss Flite lived while on the
ground floor of the same edifice was the
marine shop of Krook in which ter
rible events afterward happened
Very few pedestrians who have
passed by the pilgrim church in the
nw Kent road are aware that it is the
oldest nonConformist building In Lon
don I 3 erected as 3 memorial
the pilgrim fathers who sailed in The
Mayflower and as a thorough reetora
W tlon is shortly conltemplaJted i is the
X Intention of the vestry to solicit aid
t i far the purpose among1 some of the
descendants America of the pilgrim fathers in 1
You Will Get a Black Eye
With your well dressed friends if you
wear anything but our Schoble fall
Derby hat
BROWN TERRY WOODRUFF CO
142 Main St
NOTICE
There will be some good horse racing
nit Agricultural Park October 8 at 2
pr Admission 25 cents
Good Shoes
for
everybody
SPENCER LYNCH CO
Leaders in Footwear 124 Main
THE CHURCHES
>
Religions IVoticea Inserted Free in
This Column i Handed in Before
Noon on Saturday
The Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran
Church of Our Savior Service today at
Wls 11 a m by Rev O K Kamberg oi loIn
Splrlualsm Unity Hall 44 Main
street Mrs Loc F Prior lectures Sunday
evening at 730 subject from audienc >
platform tests
The Theosophical society meets In room
B03 Progress block at 11 a m subject
The Astral Plane The study class
meets same place Mondays at S p m All
Invited
St Johns Chapel Perkins addition
Seventeenth Sunday alter Trinity
Sunda school at Jjr m evening e
at 7SO Rev D lougli Wallauc priest
incharje
SU Marks Cathedral the Bishop rec
tor Seventeenth Sunday after Trinity
Sunday school at 945 a m holy com
munion litany and sermon evening pray
er sermon at 730
St Peters Lhapel Warm Springs
Seventeenth Sunday after Trinity Holy
communion at 730 a m Sunday school
at 3 p m evening service at 730 Rev
D Douglas evening pricslincharge
Christian Science services I O O F
hall Market street Church services at
11 a in subject Communion Sunday
a
school 12 to 1 experience meeting Friday
at 730 p m Free reading room In same
building open daily from 2 to 4 All
welcome
Liberty Park I E ChurchLocated
at 734 South Seventh East Sunday school
at 950 Henry W Parker superinten
dent Epworth league at 64 H C
Bleasdale wresulent public preaching at
1 a in and 730 j m by the pastor J
D Gillilan pastor
8t Marys Cathedral First mass at S
oclock second mass at 9 oclock Sunday
school at 030 high mass and swrmon at
scool
11 oclock a m vespers and benediction
at 730 p m week mornings mass at
7ou a m mass at 5t Patricks Church
at 10 a m
1t a m
First Presbyterian Church Dr R G
McNiece pastor Public worship at 11
a m and preaching by the pastor Sab
bath school at 945 Christian Eideavor
meetings junior at 513 young peoples
at 620 evening worship and preaching
at 730 Seats free at all these services
Phillips Congregational Church Seventh
East and Fifth South Dana YV Bartlett
pastor residence S19 East Third South
Preaching at 1 a m Sunday school at
1215 junior Endeavor at 515 Christian
endeavor at 7 At 730 stereopticon ser
vice illustrating parable of the talents
Professor Tibbals will deliver the lecture
Visitors made welcome
Y M C AHolmes building 211 State
street Urlon gospel service tcday at 4
p m under ul Wil of the ci P S C E
of Phillips Congregational church Ad
drfess by Rev W H Tibbals special
song service Both men and women are
invited and will b cordially welcomed
This will be the last service in the pres
ent quarters
Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of
Latterday Saints Mission chapel Sec
ond South between Second and Third
East Sunday school at 10 a m commu
nion services at 1 a in preaching at
730 p m by Hyruni O Smith prayer
service Wednesday at 7 p m
St Pauls Chapel Main street and
Fourth South in charge of t Pauls
Associate mission bervices today
Seventeenth Sunday after Trinity S
u m holy communion 045 a m Sun
day school and morning prayer 1 a I
holy communion and sermon J p m
evening prayer and sermon Daily ser
vices a usual
Methodist Episcopil First Church 33
East Third South street W K Beans
pastor Morning service at 1 and sermon
by Rev D H Lowell DD evening
service at 1M and sermon by Rev Fraii
cis Herman Sunday school at 945 a
in Epworth league devotional meeting
at 630
Third Presbyterian Ohurch Kev Josiah
McClain pastor Eleventh East and
Washington avenue Lincoln Park
ahington
Preaching at 1 a m and 7W p m
Sunday school at 1i noon Society ot
Christian Endeavor at 630 p m Prayer
meeting at 730 Wednesday evening
Swedish Lutheran Xion Church Corner
Second South eriE Fourth East streets
Rev A P MaViin pastor Divine set
vices at 10 a m and I p m Sunday
school at 1213 p m sermon and oraytr
on Wednesday evening at S oclock the
Dorcas society meets bn Friday evening
at usual hour in the church parlor
Westminister Presbyterian Church On
Fourth West between First Jr Second
South streets Rev F L Arnold pastor
Morning services at 1 consisting of or
dination of elders and administration of
the Lords supper Sabbath school rally
at 1215 evening service at 130 Y P
S C E prayer meeting at 615 junior C
E at 445 Wednesday evening prayer
meeting at 730 subject 28tlt clapter of
Isaiah
First Congregational Churcfc Core of
First South and Fourth East Rev Clar
ence T Brovn pastor Morning service
at 11 oclock with sermon by the pas
tor subject The Temptation of Pow
er Sunday school at 1215 Y P S C
E at 615 p m evening service at 730
The Humane society will occupy the
evening Addresses will be given by Dr
T B Beatty All seats arc free and
everybody is invited Distinguished mu
sicians attending the Eisteddfod will ping
at both morning and evening services
English Lutheran Church of the Holy
Englsh Rev James F Beates pastor
Seventeenth Sunday after Trinity
Holy communion tins morning at 1
oclock special offerings for missions
oferngs
reception of new members postponed
until next Sunday Service at 730 this
evening subject Character Sketch 01
James the Son ot Zebedee Sunday
school at 915 r in Memorial chapel
on Fourth East between Third and iourth
South street
The Central Christian Church Corner
Thlrl East and Fourth South streets
B V Clay East minister residence o < > 2 Third
East street Sunday school at 945 a mj
preaching at 1 n m and VoO p m
Christian Endeavor at Up m laytv
meeting Wednesday at 730 p m The
morning sermon will be historical as i
marks the close of flvo years service by
the minister in this year You are cor
dially invited to attend these services
First Unitarian SocietyUnity hal U
Firs Uniarian L Hudson
Main street Kev Adelocrt u
minister Pegular service at 1 a m
subject of sermon Faith in God con
Iregational sinking led by the chor
with selections by Miss Almy and Mrs
selectons
with Greene All seats are free and you
I E welcome Sunday school at 12U
are Criticism under Dr
the class in Higher Critcism
Utter will take up the first chapter of
tahe
Professor Toys Religion of Israel A
cordial invitation is extended to all to
tol
visit or to join the class
Methodist Episcopal church cor
Hilt curch
First South and Ninth East street
Take ner First South or Second South street
Talr Frst
car to Ninth East street Sunday school
c a I sermon to children 1 n m
public a worship with sermon toy the pa
tor 730 p m Epworth League G30 p
m Leon Loofbcurow teacher All are
r L attend these services E G
Hunt pastor
I
War
Dry
and comfortable feet
are insured in using our
Korrect
Winter
Footwear
SPENCER LYNCH CO 124 Main 1
k 1 >
NOT WHAT WAS
LOOKED FOR
Wall Street Opens Dull and Also
Lower
BONDS ARE VERY QUIET
SILVER AND LEAD STEADY AND
QUIET
Exports and Imports as Compared
With the Week Previous West
ern Live Stock Markets Sugar
Steady Speculation Left Off Weak
in roue
N W YORK Oct 5The stock market
opened dull and lower The reactionary
movement dd not make much headway
muc
a good buying in Chicago Ga sent that
stock up 1 per cent and also served to
rally the general list
Near the close of the session an effec
tive drive was made at the coalers In
which Lackawanna lost 1 per cent New
Jersey Central 1 Reading and Dela
ware Hudson and Susquehanna
Tobacco also displayed considerable
weakness dropping J per cent on th
lack of confirmation of the reported set
tlement between the trust and the large
manufacturing interest he general market
ket more especially the grangers Fore
sympathetically impressed Speculation
left off weak l tone
Bonds wens quiet and as a rule easier
with sales of J935000
EXPORTS AND IMPORTS
NEW YORK Oct 5The exports of
specie from the pout of New York
amount to 326000 in gold and 6S190S in
sIlver
The imports were Gold 526530 silver
Z1761 d goods 3113037 general mer
chandise 7756787
NEW YORK GENERAL MARKET
NEW YORK Oct VOOLSteady
domestic fleece 16324 pulled 1923
COPPER Firm brokers price 1
LEAD Firm brokers price 315
SILVER 6714
TIN Quiet plates firm
OofteejOptions closed firm at net 5
points higher to 5 points Jower October
1533 December 14901505
SPOT CQFiFEE Rio quiet No7 16Y
Mild Quiet Cordova ISVyaiS
SUGAR Raw steady Fair refining 3
centrifugal 9 test 3
Refined steady standard A 4 716
4 f confectioners A 4 7164 out
loaf 5 316S5 granulated 4 31C
CHICAGO GENERAL MARKET
The leading futures were as follows
WHEAT No 2
I Open I High I Low j Close
Oct 59 1 331 1 liS 3
Dec 6W l0 < V G0s 591 59Io5
May GiYift M3sG45iG Jfttek 163
CORN No 2
I Open I High I Low I Close
Oct 30 8 13011 12G 130
Scot I9c2371 2F429 20420529fi29
471294212
Dec 28 2Si3 j lc2j272
May 12 ¼ 129 120 U
OATSNo2
I Open I High I Low I Close
Oct 1S 118 ll7r I
Hi
Dec J18U lSti Im4 ls
May 20Vi20 = s20s 20 s 20
MESS PORK Per barrel
I Open I High I Low I Close
Oct 835 1 8f 835 835
Jan 1 055 I 935 032 ¼ I 9ul
LARDPer 100 Ibs
i Open j High I Low I Close
Oct I 582V 1 5S2 5S2 ¼ 5821
Jan 583 ½ I 585 1 I OSSVg 5S2V
SHORT RIBS Per 100 Ibs
I Open I High I Low I Close
Oct 520 1530 J I 5CO I 5l0T
Jan 4D I 487 6 I 4i 485
Cash quotations were a follows
FLOUR Winter patents 300350 win
ter straights 2Xo325 spring patents
315350 spring patents SbiiOO bakers
190S230
190230
WHEAT No 2 spring 5S3sCq s No
3 spring oSVSfSD No 2 red 50afjtil
CORNNo 2 30 fJ < r30
OATS No 2 17p18 No2 white 20 ¼ i
21V No 3 white Ibl raSA 20V
RYENo2 41
BARLEY No 2 nominal No3 253C
No 4 2US28
FLAX SEEDNO i i
TIMOTHY SEED Prime 345
MESS PORKPer bbl 8373 tb
LARDPer 100 lbs 5S2585
SHORT RIBS Sides loose 530Q333
5 SHOULDERSDry salted boxed 5t4
SHORT CLEARSides boxed 5 = 4
WHISKY Distillers finished goods per
gallon 322
SUGARS Unchanged
Article I Rec I Ship
Flour barrels 11000 4001
Wheat bushels 111000 11000
Corn bushels 21000 242030
Oats bushels 1247OOOj3SS000 I
Rye bushels 3000 1000
Barley bushels 1 630001263000
Thu tho produce exchange today the but
ter market was nrm creamery 9J22
dairy 918 eggs firm 15M16
CHICAGO LIE STOCK
CHICAGO Oct 5In cattle the week
closed strong for good fat native beeves
the greater part of lost weeks decline
having been recovered Medium grades of
natives have had liberal offerings of
range cattle to compete wit > and consequently
quently the advance i such stock was
not very marked but all really desirable
cattle have sOd to better advantage
Steers sold today at 300350 cows and
bulls 125350 Texans 180353 west
buLs 1235 180355
eras 200410
HOOSiThe demand was brisk Heavy
hogs 370430 mixed lot 385125 and
light weighto 380433
lght wEght 38043
SHEEP Receipts are still beating all
records Sales were readily made today
at full prices inferior to extra native
sheep being salable at 150400 with ex
port grades lIe higher than a week ago
Western sheep were wanted at 225330
prime heavy lot of Utah sheep sold yes
terday at 370 Lambs sold at 02547
for common to choice
Receipts Cattle SOO calves 200 hogs
17000 sheep 5000
KANSAS CITY LIVE STOCK
KANSAS CITY Oct 5
CATTLE Receipts 8000 shipments
2500 market steady beef steers 3500520
native cows 100fi313 stackers and feed
ers 2503S5 bulls 175270
buIs 175270
HOGSReceipts 4i > 00 shipments 1400
market weak to Me lower bulk of sales
SSDSHOO heavies 3500105 packers 3S51C
405 mixed 3SO400 lights 375400
pigs 25C3SO
SHEEP Receipts none shipments SOO
market steady and unchanged
OMAHA LIVE STOCK
OMAHA Oct 5 CATTLE Receipts
1400 Market strong active all sold Na
tive beef steers 370520 western steers
2SOJJ410 cows and heifers 240320
stockers and feeders 2503SO calves
300ft525 bulls stags etc 150275
HOGS Receipts 48f market steady
to 5e higher Hev 3b039 m1xecl
3S04t38l tight 37090 pig 22350
SHIPRecept 170 31arket steady I
fair to choce westerns 220290 com
mon and stock sheep 20fXg > 270 lambs
300450
LIVERPOOL WHEAT
LIVERPOOL Oct 5CloscsWIIEAT
Spot quiet demand poor No2 red win
ter 5 2d No2 spring stocks exhausted
No 1 hard Manitoba 5s 3 i No 1 California
for 6 3d
GOVERNT AND OTHER BONDS
tcew York Oct 5
U 8 4s regnew12 D R G 76 m16
Ncw4snow coup123 D sR G 46
IS 1 N J Cent OeaIbs ii57
U Sis coup o uU5Z NorPaoists1111
U S 4src tl Nor Poc 2ds hI02
U 5 4acoup hihi NW Consols BOY
Ut3Csrog 9 W S FdeblSlZ
Pncinc 680t 9510 R G W Ists 7H
Missouri 6 103 St P Consols 7si21
Atchl8on4s S2 Do C P W1311 ¼
PitoBecandA lt 8tLSFCAnlS10
QaiuidisSo2ods 107 U P l8tsof JgS10i
C PaD Iltol 5il04
SAN FRANCISCO MING
San Francisco Oct 5 The onclal o10s1ng
quotations for mIning stock today wore a
follows
Ala SKentuok Con 07
Alpha Con OF Lady Wnsllnglon O
Andes 3 Mexican 6
Helcher riO douo 1
Belle Isle uh Mount Dlblo 15
E 1 r Occidental Con 15 1
Bodle Con 114 Ophir 1 55
Bunion 13 Overman 1
lluhwer Con PotosI 65
Caledonia OS Savage 35
Challenge Con 66 Scorpion
Chola u 51 SIerra Nevada 84 I
ConScience LEO Silver Hill 112
C C Va 2 15 SilverKing
con Imperial 02 UnIon Con 5f
Con Now York Utah Con 07
CrotnPolnt 40 Yellow Jacket 4
Exchequer ph SIlver bati 6 6i
lould SCurry MexIcan doh51554
HN WJDrnts BIght Par
Julia 1 Drafts teierapb 214
Justice 51
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS
New York Oct 5
11lvar C5Ontarlo 85
Cholar i5 Oohlru 1 40
CrownPoLnt 50 Plmout 211
Q C A Va iI Quicksilvr O
Deadwood SO Preferred 1875
G C 40 SIerra Novdl Hi
nN l50Staadard 220
Home8tnlceu SOUl Union Con 5
Iron Silver 15 YehiowJocket iO
Meilcan 65
RAILROAD AND OTHER BONDS
Now York Oct 5
AtchIson m 1 ortbprn Pac 5t
Alums preBs19 Preferred lS
m JxproJs1 I U I D 5 li 64
B 0 C3 Nortiiwestern104
Cnnada Pac 61 Preferred Hit
Canadnsou Silt N Y COtru1 10214
Central Pee 19H OreImp 11 I
USes 0 ltPj OrsNav125
Chicago Allen hib Ors S L U N Ih h
C BA Q 804Phtlsburghi35
ChIcago Uas 07 tPulranPalace 13
Can Gas 145 ReadIng 21
Cob C r 6 R G W Uh t8Y
D L W Ij Proerrodn 41
D R G proC 531 Rock Island 7i
DO 00 m tSt1uul 76 ¼
5110 12i 1 1 1 > eferrod12
Ploterrod 24t4lStPO lS
Fort Waynou 165 PreferredU
Great flor preC128 Sotern Pac 2H
nUnols Central tfn Sugar UeJncry B
Lake Snore Iit Union Pius 1414
Lund Lrust 3514 U G Express 51
MUD Con 110 Wells Fargo Ex tl2
SUch CenunnIOZ Western UnIOl 9I
MIssouri Pac 3n DilG lila
US Cordage eo 414 GenEleo u l51i
Preferred u lOs Col FueIi 11M6
N JCentral 111 Preferred 100
North Am 00 581
A Sound Basin
The testimonials published by the proprietors
of Hoods Sarsaparilla are not purchased nor
are they written up in their office nor are they
from their employes but they are facts from
truthful and grateful people who are reliable
and as worthy confidence as II they came from
your most trusted neighbor
Iffooila PiUs are the best family cathartic
and liver medicine Harmless reliable sure
BEYOND HOPE
DUIIRAXTS ChANCES HAVE SLIP
PED AWAY iI i I
I
The Gallows Now ooiiiiiigr Up Prom
inently Before the Author of the
Awful Murders in Emanuel
Church
SAN FRANCISCO Oct 5The pros
ecution in the Durrant case is said to
have in its possession evidence that
will finally shaitbter the last remnant
of the alibi which Durranlts attorneys
have attempted to prove
W R Dorr a student In the Cooper
medical college sat alongside Durrant
at lectures When examined with ithe
other members of Durrants class
Dorr testified that he did not know
whether Durrant was present at ithe
afternoon lecture on April 3 or not
Dorrs father who is a prominent phy
sician informed the police however
that in his own home and to the mem
bers of his own family young Dorr
stated that on the afternoon of April
3 Durrants seat was occupied by a
student named E Barry He added
that the student who that afternoon
answered to Durrants name occupied
one of ithe rear seats fin the classroom
TOte communication made in his own
family was nofaccompanied by any
injunction of secrecy It was not until
all the students including Door had
on the witness tand denied knowledge
of the important fact of Durrants
presence or absence that those who
had heard the story concluded to com
municate with the district attorney It
is presumed thac Dorr In common
with other of Durrants fellow stu
dents desired as far as possible to
protect his former
classmate and so
avoided answering pertinent ques
tons by responding I do not know
Ic Is now considered certain that Dorr
will be recalled to the stand and re
quired to tell all the truth concerning
the events In the
college classroom on
the fatal afternoon of April 3
SHORT IF SOI SWEET
Massachusetts Republicans Xomin
ate Their Ticket
BOSTON Oct 5The Massachusetts
Republicans held their state convention
In Muisite Hall today and nominated the
following ticket
Governor L Greenhalge of Lowell
Lieutenant governor Roger Walcott of
Boston
Treasurer and receiver generalEdward
P Shaw of Newburyport
AudMor Tohn M KImhall of Ftchburg
Attorney General Hosa if Knowlton
New Bedford
It was a short convention and without
any sensational features There was no
contest over any of the nominations and
in no case was there more than a shadow
Cf opposition Even what was intended
according to some Of the men wfioled
was simply as a declaration of strength
For several weeks there had been ru
mors of very bitter opposlton tb the re
nomination of Governor GreeTvfoalge on
the part of the A P A efement Ira the
citv and some of the faithful predicted
a long fight before the head of the ticket
was elected but the state central com
mittee made every effort to straighten
matters out and so far succeeded that
it was given out that the regulars were
in control of the situation that every
thing would run smoothly when the con
vention met this morning The forecast
proved correct in every particular and
there was not a single hitch in the pro
ceedings from the time the chairman
raised his gavel until 220 p m when the
business of the convention was com
pleted and its adjourned
Just
received
an immense line of
the newest Winter Shoes
for men
Tan and Black Calf Lined
Double Soles Extension Edges
They are Korrect 1n every
respect SPENCER LYNCH CO
Leaders in Footwear
AUCTION AUCTION
On Wednesday Oct 9 at 10 a m
administrators sale at No 37 S Fourth
East St ten bedroom sets springs i
and mattresses carpets in fourteen
rooms lounges rockers and chairs ex
tension center and kitchen tables cup
board and kitchen safes mirrors pic
tures window drapery and shades re
frigerator wire cots eight heating
stoves range and small cook stoves
lot of pillows and bedding hall and
stair carpets lot of dishes and cooking
utensils lot of gas chandeliers oil
stoves glassware Domestic sewing
machines several fine sole leather
trunks and three other trunks Sharps
rifle saws and tools jars and crocks
grindstone and a thousand other use
ful articles
C M DONDLSON
J S DONBLSON
Administrators of the estate of C C
Do elsQn
K A ANDHBiWS Auctioneer
GDEN DEPT
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HE FILt > BRPNCH OFFICE
513 UTAH lOAN TRUST BUILDIHG
Ogden October 6
THE ROADS FELL OUT
Yesterday the Union Pacific and the
Rio Grande Western people fell out
and cheap rates to Salt Lake followed
Early in the day return tickets over
the Rio Grande Western were offered
for sale by peddlers around the depot
for 1 The Union Pacific people
blamed it on to the rival road and I
came down to 75 cents The Rio
Grande Western met the cat and
passed it to50 cents Both roads had
numerous peddlers about the streets
offering the regular conference ticket
for 50 cents The officers of both roads
were seen by The Herald man and
each said the other was to blame The
Rio Grande Western people said they
got 150 for their tickets but that
the F J Cannon club > bought a lot of
them and sold them at a sacrifice so
as to get a big crowd to go The Union
Pacific agent said it was the D 8 R G
people who were selling the tickets
about the depot offices and grounds
The war is still on and many Ogden
people will spend Sunday in Salt Lake
as a result
3IU PATTERS OXS PIAXS
John D Patterson as is known has
not yet furnished bonds and is in
charge of Chief Davenport His physi
cal condition is daily becoming stronger
and he will doubtless be about in a I
few days I
Mr PaiDterson talked freely with a
Herald representative yesterday and
made known something of his plans by
which he expects to retrieve his shat
tered fortunes and restore his good
name As a parti of his plan which is
certainly a brilliant and commendable
one Mr Patterson gave The Herald
man the following letter asking that
it be itfaken to Messrs Barr and Ham
I ner Messrs Barr Hamner Gentlemen
The bearer will lay before you a plan
wihidh I have and will adopt to raise
the money to pay you the claim I
will give you my note and he will as
sure you that the proceeds of the lec
ture will be applied on the same Now
If you can possibly do this for me and
withdraw the complaint today I will
go at once to work and raise the money
by giving those lectures and they will
be applied to the payment of your
claim J D PATTERSON
The plan proposed contemplates
the preparation and delivery of a lec
ture or course of lectures by Mr Pat
terson He will take for his sUbjdt
the evils of intemperance and particu
larly of the liquor and morphine habits
I will he says describe my own
case I will tell the temptations and
tortures that I underwent I will show
What ilt led me to what I was and
what I finally became and I will pic
ture what I might have become if I
had not reformed for I have reformed
and God giving me strength I will
never touch either liquor or morphine
again I shall in the lecture do as
Othello requested Speak of myself as
I am Nothing extenuate I
have had some kind things
said about me in newspapers an times
gone by I shall read some of them
to show how I was once thought of
Then after looking on that picture for
a while I will let them look upon
this I shall read The Heralds ac
count of my downfall And let me
tell you my boy that though there
were some pretty hard things said
about me I guess they were about
right I have not a word to say against
you on that score Well I shall read
recent extracts from the newspapers
wherein I am called a forger thief
and such terms I think such a lec
ture will do good to people who may
be about to form such habits Fur
thermore it will enable me to pay my
debts I mean that the proceeds of
the lecture shall go to satisfy all
claims against me If it succeeds here
I shall repeat it in other cities
The reporter carried the letter to
Mr Hamner as requested and while
that gentleman would say nothing
definite about the matter he stated
that they would be willing to consent
to any arrangement which would
guarantee them their money
Several of Mr Pattersons friends
with whom The Herald man discussed
the subject expressed themselves as
pleased with the plan His well
known skill as an orator it is thought
will enable him to make the plan a
success and his friends are ready to
take up the matter
REGISTRATION 3IATTERS
Only a portion of the men expected
from the power dam work came down
yesterday to be registered and for
some reason there was very little at
tempt at illegal registration Mr Gid
eon has from the first been willing to
register such as were entitled to reg
ister However he insisted on regis
tering them in Eden The deputy for
that precinct had completed his house
tohouse canvas and gone to Wyoming
Contractors Wilkerson and Harkins
came down with one detachment of
men early in the day but if there had
been an intention to register the en
tire force of men from the power dam
it was abandoned Even the contrac
tors admitted that Mr Gideon was
perfectly fair in his attitude He reg
istered most of the men who came
yesterday and those which he refused
to register even Mr Harkness ad
mitted were not entitled to be But
said the contractor they would have
gone through all right if they had
not slipped away and got drunk They
were muddled and annoyed the judge
However two of the Ogden deputy
registrars whose positions were such
as to enable them to see what went
on in the corridor where the priming
was done declared that the work was
the rawest they had ever seen One
of them was an exLiberal the other
an old Peoples party man and each
declared that nothing half so rank
ever went in the old times
Another detachment of men from the
Power Dam arrived in the city about I
545 in the afternoon They were
brought by one of the companys fore
man who certainly had no need to
come down to register However the
same method was pursued in register
ing them in the afternoon It was no
ticed however that there was no op
portunity given them to slip awayand
get muddled After the registration in
the afternoon Mr Harkins was ob
served doling out bits of coin to the
men and taking the names of each
However this was explained by say
ing that the boys had it coming to
them and it would be charged on ac
count
One rather laughable incident of the
afternoon was when a man said he
voted eleven years ago in Missouri
He had previously sworn that he was
28 years old and saw no incongruity
in the fact that eleven years from
twentyeight leaves seventeen
The registrar kept his office open un
til 9 oclock to accommodate late com
ers
LOCAL IJUIEFS
Hon David Evansspent yesterday in r
Salt Lake
The Young Mens Democratic club
meets tomorrow night
The B H Roberts Drum corps will
give a ball Wednesday October 16 at
the assembly hall of the Third ward
Mrs Linnje Young King will give an
elocutionary recital at the Baptist
church next Wednesday She will be
assisted by the Harmony club and
other well known local talent
Rev G M Jeffrey returned yester
day from his eastern visit and will
hold services as usual today in the
M E church He left Mrs Jeffrey
much Improved in health with her sis
ter in Kansas City
Friday night Mrs Al Niece while
curling hex hair was suddenly seized
with a fainting spell The lady in
falling struck the hot curling iron in
to one eye seriously injuring that or
gan
ganDinah
Dinah Haynes wife of Anthony
Haynes and familiarly known by her
many friends as Aunt Dinah died Sat
urday in Hooper and will be buried
in the same place tomorrow She was
one of the oldest of Weber county pio
neers
Albert Lind whose arrest on the
charge of attempted rape was noted
in yesterdays Herald was arraigned
yesterday Unfortunately the only
charge on which there was direct evi
dence was that of indecent exposure
Justice Bagley gave him a 90 fine and
ninety days in jail and said he was
sorry he could not raise the limit
You Yin Have 1 Fit
Thats perfect by wearing Wilson
Bro shirts all sleeve lengths and
neck sizes
nec
BROWN TERRY WOODRUFF CO
142 Main St
TVO LITTLE KXIGIITS
There are two knights of the ancient
and illustrious order of the Golden
Fleece who are under ten years of age
One is ithe > nineyearold king of Spain
while the other is the eightyearold
Duke of Broganza the crown priirce of
Portugal
It seems thatthe king of Spain is al
ways grand master of the eight Span
ish orders of the knighhood the prin
cipal of which is that of the Golden
Fleece Toison de Ore as they call it
in Spanish
Two years ago the baby king with
due pomp and ceremony presented < the
decoration of the order ito his young
cousin the Duke of Bragamza The
decoration consists of ithe royal arms
In which are included besides the arms
of Castile Leon Grenada and the lilies
of the royal lhouse at Bourtoon the
arms of Austria Sicily Savoy and Bra
bant Surrounding the whole is a rep
resetnitiaition of the golden fleece with
the motto ante feret quam flomma
micet The order is worn on a red and
yellow ribbon the national colors of
Spain
The order of the Golden Fleece is one
of the oldest In existence Slaving been
founded in the fifteenth century by
Philip the Good Duke of Burgundy at
the city of Bruges as a compliment to
that town no small portion of whose
prosperity arose from its woolen trade
Indeed so prosperous had the cIty
become by this means and such was
the magnificence of the Flemish court
that no European monarch could equal
or approach it
When Vhs wife of Philip the Fair of
France visited Bruges she exclaimed
There are hundreds here who have
more the air of queens than myself
Ships of every nation took in and
discharged their cargoes ax the quays
the warehouses were filled with bales
of wool from England and with silk
from Persia and the argosies of
Genoa and Venice came laden with
the produce of the east
In founding an order therefore in
this city it seemed that a most suit
able name was the classical one of the
Golden Fleece so suggestive too as
It is of chivalric deeds
The Argonautic fleet as every boy
and girl who has studied myflhology
knows alas made up of a band of
heroes commanded by Jason who
sailed in the good ship Argo from
Thessaly to the further shores of the
Black Sea In quest of the Golden
Fleece which was there guarded by a
dragon in a grove sacred to Mars
Many and great were the dangers
encountered on the way and valorous
and brave were the deeds of the
members of the expedition before they
finally reached the dragon and Jason
became master of the fleece
Pleasing to the Eye
Our beautiful patterns and shapes
In neckwear
BROWN TERRY WOODRUFF CO
142 Main St
Beauty Found
and I
Purity Cuticura
Hold thnraehoat tha world British depot F Nnr
BEBT ur SONS L Kins Edwari London loll
BBcattGnKUCOKe Sol Proc JJottonlf SA
HUMPHREYS
Weak spots are discovered by sudden
changes in the weather
Tire barometer is
Tl not wore accurate
thaw bronchia the rheumatic twinge o tho tender
The weak stomach da more often dis
turbed by a quick change than by indigestible
Id
gestible food b
The kidneys and bladder are equally
susceptible to reid and heat
D Humphreys Sp hot the r
vScas of the human race not one cure
each for everyfhins disease but a separate specific to
77 for COLDS
77 is Dr Humphreys Breoitest popu
lar success whether t be fO La Ortppa
L Grpe
of winter influenza of
infuenza spring hay fever
of summer or autumn caiarrh It is
Ot smmer autmn crh 1 a
absolute and positive specific whenever
the mucous membrane is disturbed either
by cold by dust or by the pollen of
nlants I is in demand all the year round
no for Dyspepsia
Imltreston and Weak Stomach
The relief is prompt ithe cure is certain
14 for SKIN DISEASES
Salt Rheum and a Empt > Ti
Tho one neverfailing cure for Skin
Diseases Sk
15 for RHEUMATISM
Acute or Chronic and Lumbago
I our by from eddminatms the system the tro Acid
30 for Urinary Diseases
Cures the child relieves the aged
r EDgCAL BOOKe
Dr Humphreys puts up 3 spocifk for
over disease They are descyibp in h
manual wlMdi is sent frce on request
Small bottle of pleasant prttets ftta
your vest pocket sokt by drujws or
sent on receipt of price 25c or fivE tot
SlOO Humphreys Medicine Co Ill 113
William St New York
Good Shoes
for
everybody
SPEXCEfR LY C C
Leaders in Footwear 121 Main
Xo Trouble About
Convincing our customers as to the
merits of our work on shirts collars
cuffs flannels etc
TROY STEAM LAUNDRY
Telephone 132 142 Alain st
No mlnltcratlon used In the runnn
fnctnre of IHtcli Grade Three Crown
fuking Powder
No 2053
IlEIORT
OF THE CONDITION OF THE
DESSRET MTIflffl BAM
at Salt Lake City in the Territory of
Utah at the close of business Sep
tember 23 1S95
RESOURCES
Loans an < l discounts 5x5722618
Overdrafts secured and unse
cured 5617803
U S Bonds to secure circula
tion oow 0
U S bonds to secure U S de
posits 7 > MVI I 00
Premiums on T S bonds 7i < M > O
Stocks securities etc > ij 83
Banking house li > iwO I
Due from National banks not
reserve agents 124U U
Due from state banks an1
bankers 122713 56
Due from approved re > cie
agents 3 7475 40
Exchanges for clearing hous lii7J 4
Notes of other national banks MW 0
Nickels and cents laJ 11
Lawful Honey Reserve 1
Bank viz
Specie 1S1 > t
Legal tender notes JH4
U S certificates of deposits ir
legal tenders IMJIO 0
Redemption fund with r t >
treasurer 5 of oreulatiozo 22I090i
Total t JWM Ct
LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in S > eioo r <
Capial
Surplus fund rttiJUO 10
Undivided profits Its expen
ses and taxes paid Oo > li 1 o
se
National bank notes outstand
ing atolal WslW 0
Due to other national banks u4w7 0
Due to state banks and bank
J3G305 I
ers 1
Dividends unpail < >
Individual dcpoaits subject to
check 1 f3f
Demand certificates of deposit t14t J
t
I Certified checks 34
Cashiers checks outstanding r i it I s t
United states deposits Ii47 s
Deposits of U S disbursuj
officers 1 42 10 3
Total > t i 6
Territory of Utah County of l LakES
cathi r of th
ES I H S Young ca11 tl
abovenamed balk do suit 1m swea
ahovenamel
to th
that the above statement is trio
best te m knowledge anJ I lt r
H B YOUNG I uhkr
Subscribed and sworn h > lid m
this 511 day of Oitobci iv
RNEST MF LER
Seal lR ESTOL i 1 c
UorrectAttesu L S HILLS
JAMES SHP
JOHN C criLEE
Ijitciore
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
ATTORNEYS
ALEXANDER MMASTKR
AttorneyatLaw
Ator 45S Commercial bloc
F E BARKER
AttorneyatLaw
5152 Hooper bloc
A B SAWYER
A AttornsyalLsvw
314315 Progress building
EUGENE LEWIS
AtlorneyatLaw
Room 310 Postofnfo bloc
W H DICKSON
AttorneyatLaw
Rooms 512 to 5 Progress building
LOOFBOUROW KAHN
1 C F William
I Commercial blocH
JAMES I l L
AttorneyatLaw
Rooms 51 to 306 Constitution Bldg
RICHARDS RICHARDS
Attorneys and Counselors
Room 503 ilcCornick bloc
DAVIS HOWE CO
IRON FOUNDERS 1ACHINIST
MAJTUFACTUREIIS OF A KINDS OF
lINING AND MILLING MACHINERY
Prompt attention paid to all kinds of repair work
No 127 North First West Street
ts
onsumption
Cure
< To THE EmroRI have a absolute remedy for Consumption and all Throat and Lung
Troubles By its timely use thousands of hopeless cases have been already permanently curea
w So proofpositive am I of its power that I consider it my duty to send two bottles free to those of your reader who
I have Consumption or any Lung Trouble if they will write me their express and postoffice address
1f Established 187G Sincerely T A SLOCTJM MJC 183 Pearl Street New York
I The Editorial and Business Management of this Paper Guarantee the Genuineness of the above Proposition
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