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Everything Quiet and In
active in Mining Cir
cles in the City
Discussing the Project of Sink
ing Below the 1600 Level
A Great Enterprise
Companies Flare Careful Now
Than Ever When Buying
William Orr at Grnnervllle CI1
Samples Big Strike in
lecting Ore SlunplesDlg Strite
lon District Ida Kieli ShIp
ment of Ore from tlie William J
Bryan Trade Dollar Ore Elec
tricity for Fovrer Tnllc About
3Iill Slioivingr Around Silver
and PersonaS
city Ida Mining1 Notes
There was nothing doing in the rain
ing 1ne yesterday in fact it was an
anxious day in mining circles and
nothing was talked of but the election
and the probable results and in nearly I
every miuing office in the city there
were gathered 3 score or more of men
anxiously awaiting the returns
As a general thing the miners in
nearly all of the camps took time to
vote and in nearly every instance they
rolled up 3 great majority for Bryan
and for the Democratic nominees
In this city there was no activity
whatever as far as mining talk was
concerned and in the hotel lobbies and
on the streets the sole theme of con
versation was the election and al
though dispatches during the day were
not as encouraging as hoped for Bryan
support kept up heart until the very
endThere was no call at the mining ex
change and the transactions on the
watched with inter
floor today will be wih
foor and it is doubtful if the business
wi amount to much if anything at all
is done
The latest news from the different
camps is of the most encouraging na
ture and especially so in the silver
lead camps where a number of good
strikes have been made of late but
at this writing it is hard to tell whether
or not from 3 political point of view
good silver properties are worth hav
ing or whether they are virtually
jrthless In the gold camps the
situation is different as come what
may such camps are always staple as
one might saVe
I will take a few days to get down
to regular business again as far as
activity in mining is concerned but it
is believed that whatever may be the
results of the election that the rain I
ing camps of the state and of the west
will keep to the front and that the
industry will still prove to be the main
this intermountain
stay and support of I
country I
Dit cn Hng Proposition of Sink
iiifC Below the 1OOO
The 110 stamps of the Drum Lummon
mine at Marysville will be silenced
pftor next Saturday says the Inter
Mountain of Butte Mont The 50
stamp mill closed down yesterday and
the other 60 stamps will close down I I
Saturday A force of about 75 men will
be retained at the mines to thoroughly I
prospect them The following extract
World and Engineering
from the Mining Tord
ing Record of London dated Oct 17
in this connection will be found of in
Somewhat painful interest > as given
to the Montana meeting on Wednesday
by the sudden indisposition of ilr
Rawlinson T Bayliss who was present
as usual to address i He has spent
a the greater part of the last 10 or 1
ears of his life at the extreme alti
tudeat which the Montana com 1anys
property is placed rnd it is to be
feared that his health has suffered in
consequence Mr Bayliss has never
referred to this himself but the sug
gestion is not incompatible with such
a sudlen attack of giddiness and faint
ness as that which for about half an
hour lompletely prostrated him on
Wednesday last Mr Bayliss will be
of what he
the last to make a point
may have suffered in discharging his
duty to the company but his friends
may do it for him We hope we may
rank ourselves amongst the number of
them seeing that we have consistently
supported his policy from the time he
first took charge of the mines Look
ing back upon those 12 years the
shareholders have had substantial
of the prosperity the
proofs manage
ment of Mr Bayliss has brought them
and if at the moment the mine is under
a cloud i bids fair to emerge from it I
for reasons given not merely by Mr i
Bayliss but by Mr Crowther and Mr
Phillpotts who presided The meeting
was protracted pnd reminded one
somewhat of tho e long discussions
that used to take place about the time
when the present board brought the
company out of tLc state of collapse
in which their predecessors left it But
the point at issue as Mr Crowther
very aptly put it was this shall we
sink below the 1600 foot level or shall
we not Dr Wigglesworth a medical
gentleman residing in the north is of
opinion that this should be done whilst
those who think otherwise are experts
LIke MT John Darlington Professor
Clayton Mr Molson Dr Rossiter Ray
mond Jfr Bayliss and a number of
p other gentlemen of scarcely lesser
reputation Nov upon a question of
medicine as Mr Crowther said the
superio knowledge of Dr Wiggles
worth would be freely accepted and
acted upon but on a question of min
ing he is to say the least not entitled
to speak with so much weight Indeed
while the meeting was progressing the
tnought occurred to us how much more
useful Dr Wgglesworth would have
been in ministering to the wants of
Mr Bayliss prostrated as he was in
the anteroom than in criticising min
ing development in the presence of
gentlemen whose lives have been de
voted to its study The fact of the
matter is that from the 600 level to the
1600 the Montana company has passed
through a barren zone and now in
iGO Main Street
Stocks bought and sold for cash or on
coinnfssioii Weekly market letter and
quotations upon application E G Wool
y jr Member Salt Lake Stock Exchange
I fl
order that the ore body if it exists at
all should not escape him Mr Bayliss
is driving a long level at the 1600 in
that southerly direction in which the
Montana ore bodies are known to dip
Instead of continuing this work Dr
Wigglesworth proposes that the shaft
at the 1600 foot level should be reso
lutely deepened at 3 cost of 20 per
foot The board who are advised by
the best experts of the day think I
otherwise and the shareholders having Ito I
to choose between the views of Dr
Wigglesworth and the phalanx of ex I
pert talent on the other side had very
little hesitation in coming to a ver
the result being that the policy of the I
board will be followed and not that J
of the learned doctor At the same I
time the latter was perfectly fair and
courteous in his criticism and this I
recognition we ate glad to make I
though we differ from him in his con I
clusions I was pleasing however to I
hear him say that information he has
direct from the spot is to the effect
that a better managed mine than th
Montana scarcely exists This is the
impression we have always had and it
is pleasing to have i confirmed by an
energetic though courteous critic of
I the board like Dr Wigglesworth
Companies More Careful Now Than
Ever Before When Buying
While the goldmining industry of the
United States Is in a more active and
prosperous condition at present than
ever before says an old mining man
it cannot be said thai the mining ma
chinery business is keeping a propor
tionate pace Of course much larger
amounts of mining and milling machinery
are being made than formerly since
there are so many more producing mines
but there is not an increase of machinery
in proportion to the number of mines
being worked There is a very good
reason for this however Formerly al
most as soon as a ledge was struck or
at least as soon a it was purchased by
men with money a stamp mill with full
equipment was ordered with the expecta
tion that I would shortly repay the in
vestment The proper development of the
mine was an after consideration In
these days all this has changed Men
start in with a hand windlass for hoist
ing When they get water they start
with a common Douglas pump Then
horsepower is used for a while followed
by a small gasoline engine for hoisting
and pumping I is only when necessity
requires that a steam engine hoist and
pumps are put in But all this is done
before any attempt is made to get ore
reduction machinery Even then a Rem
ington or Bryan prospecting mill is used
for a while Then when i is finally
proved that they have a mine the owners
get a mill concentrator etc but usually
want the mine to pay for it There is
very seldom any attempt to start out
the oldfashioned way with a fully
equipped milling plant The old system
was the ruination of many a mining com
pany and one of the reasons that many
hundred mines in the state were aban
doned The companies ran hopelessly in
debt before they had any ore reserves to
keep a mill running steadily I is found
that a good many mines will not warrant
a special mill and custom mills are re
sorted to for crushing the ore There are
now so many custom mills in the moun
tains that hundreds of mines depend
upon them entirely and a mine may be
worked for years before it is decided to
give it a mill of its own For these
reasons less milling machinery is manu
factured than would be supposed consid
ering the rapid development of the min
ing regions of the state The new plan
manufacturers is the best one for all except the mill
Electricity for Power
San Francisco Examiner In many of
the mining sections of this state the cost
of wood for fuel is Increasing to an ex
tent which very materially increases the
expenses of milling operations much
so in fact as to prevent the working of
low grade ores out of which a profit Is I
made when fuel is cheaper Of course
there Is plenty of wood In the mountain
ranges but around many of the camps
the fuel ha been exhausted for a radius
of many miles Hauling i a long dis
tance naturally makes the cost at the
mill much higher than where it is ob
tained close at hand In Mariposa county
for instance where the price of wood
has been advanced the Merced Whitlock
and other mines find it impossible to mill
their ores at a profit and are anxiously
waiting for electric power to be fur
nished In most of the camps this will I
doubtless be the power used eventually
as the mountain streams will furnish a
source to generate it In several instances I
lately however where companies have
started to furnish electric power for
camps or districts it has been found that
their water supply is insufficient to do the
the work and much less electric power
Is derived than was expected This is due
doubtless to faulty calculations in the
lirst instance Installations of this kind
need experts to plan and execute Be
cause a man has the ability to organize
a company and obtain money to Inaugur
pte an pectric plant i by no means
follows that he is the one to try the ma
I chinery and put it in There are all
I sorts of conditions to be considered and
only skilled and experienced electrical
engineers should be employed on this
part of the work Reading a few dozen
catalogues or books Is not apt to give
anyone the requisite knowledge in this
direction Mistakes of all kinds are apt
to be made and primarily the great
one of overestimating the ultimate
amount of electric power to be derived
from Any given amount and fall of water
Several instances might be cited in this
state where considerable expense has
been entailed in increasing the water
supply after the plant has been put in
operation People buying stock under
such conditions ought to be sure that a
competent electrical engineer is to be em
ployed or else refuse to make the in
vestment It is all very well to talk
of practical being better than scientific
I knowledge but on electrical work it
needs a combination of both Because
a man can wire n building or run a
dynamo It does not follow that he can
properly plan and install an electric
power plant It takes an educated elec
trical engineer I do it in a satisfactory
Talk About Mills
When one hears of so many mills to
b built every season it is a wonder that
no more of them are found at the end
of the year But it Is i a common thing
as soon as a mine strikes any ore to
a rn announced that a mill is to be
her i
built at onco and designs are being
drawn for it An exchange says that
nine out of ten never get further than the
said designs Men who know anything
about mines do not build mills just be
I cause they strike a little ore They
usually want some considerable develop
ment to prove its extent before spending
the money on a mill and this extent
carnot 0 proven In a few weeks or
months a a general thing I is for this
reason that much fewer mills are built
than are planned or spoken of In al
most any camp that can b mentioned
there are fewer mills or reduction works
than would b supposed if the stories of
ore in sight are to b believed A camp
with 5 well developed mines is In
I luck if i has as many a ten mills in
i operation though there are generally
about 5 spoken of or planned These re
I ports of mills to be erected do more
harm than good if they are not built for
I people going to the camp after hearing
such reports are apt to be disappointed
I iiuv wonder why after all the talk
I there are no more mills and are Inclined
to think that the miners have not uch
Dtrong belief in their properties as they
had e led to suppose says the San
Francisco Examiner I isidle to make
so much talk about Intended reduction
works for a mine unless the owners have
I once really made up their minds to build at
I Mining Notes and Personals
Free Press Grangeville Ida Luther
I M Johason and Henry Sommercamp
j i have struck a big thing in Alton dis
i trict onehalf mile below the Cleveland
i and Anchor Their ledge Is on the
Mountain Vew lode carries high valuers
II in jrold and silver and is ten feet wide at
the point of discovery I
I Free Press Grangeville Ida William i
I Orr representing the Gold Silver Ex
tracting company of Denver was here I
last week having come through from
Boise county for the purpose of gather
ing samples of ore from our mineral
his which
zones to be tested by comnany
owns the cyanide process cm1an
I Probably the richest carload of ore
ever received In Denver Colo by the
i State Ore Sampling works was the ore
from the Trade Dollar mine Silver City
I Ida mining district The ore was
sampled and ran 4142 ounces gold and
1 r u
i I 5J53632 ounces silver to the ton The car I
weighed 8 pounds or a little less than
1W tons and the nt value was 5043887 I
a average of 4465 per ton I
A small shipment of ore from the
WIIa J Bryan mine in Big Cotton
wood which was received ana sold on
the open market yesterday netted the
company 2016 which more than pays
for the development of the mine from the
first stroke of the pick up to the present
tm The William J is embraced in the
Wautunka group and from every indi
I cation I will develop into a rich and
heavy producer With this shipment
work on the property will be discontinued
for the winter
The Sliver State of Silver City Ida
has the following to say regarding the
mines In that locality Flint A carload
of new machinery Is being set up in the
Flint mill by Mr Bonnell In the opinion
I of many it will not be started before last
i years obligations are liquidated Owyhee I
has had enough of penny speculators
I Placers Quite a number of men are
employed along the banks of Snake
nver near Grand View mining for
placer gold Improved amalgamators are
used and the operations are generally
successful Bconvllle Steam has been
raised in the new mill and steady grind
ing will soon begin Owyhees output
will b Increased about onethird when
this property gets fully under way
During the past week a discovery of
more than ordinary importance has been
made within the limits of the Kng
Solomon gun a discovery which if it
proves as good as the present showing I
now seems to indicate will be the mot i
important of anything unearthed In the
famously rich district for some years
says the Clancy Montana Miner The
discovery was mae by E Redding who
accidently found some rich float while
walking along the ground toward his
home from the present workings of the
King Solomon Naturally he concluded
that the float came from a vein in the
vicinity and a it did not exactly tally
with the outcrop on th King Solomon I
lode he procured a pick and shovel and i
commenced digging around among the
rocks and in about half an hour was
fortunate enough to strike the vein dis
closing about 18 inches of between SOO
and 400 ounce ore The vein is an en
tirely distinct and separate one from the
King Salomon proper and is about 40 I
feet south of the Solomon shaft Several
sacks of the rich ore have already been
taken out of the discovery at a depth of
less than two feet and the vein a ex
posed is bromide chloride and black sul
Dhuret in character In the old work I
ings on the King Solomon ground there
is now a fine showing of ore in the face
of the drift The mine is being operated
at present by the Redding Bros and the
Latsch Bros under lease At the bot
tom of the shaft which is now 300 feet
deep a crosscut was started some time
ago in the direction of this new dis
covery but was abandoned after being
run about 2 feet This crosscut will
now be driven in until it cuts the new
lode and the mine worked through
the King Solomon shaft Mr Reddings
discovery created considerable comment
and a good many miners and prospectors
visited the strike in order to satisfy
themselves as to its importance
Editor J L Montgomery oC Marshall
Ill Democrat states that for many
years he suffered untold agony from
dyspepsia At last he began to take
Ayers Sarsaparilla and by the time
he used six bottles he was as well as
ever Cures others will cure you
Kansas City Lire Stock
ceipts 1800 Market strong Light
and pigs 330350 heavy 320335
Cattle Receipts 1200 Strong na
tive steers 420440 fair to good 162
280 bulls 175225 stockers and
I feeders 250365 Texas and westerns
I 230265 calves 460510
CIilcMsro Live Stock
Very few cattle were received today
and the markets were merely nominal
Offerings of hogs were light There
was a fair demand and prices were
firm at an advance of 10 cents Sheep
were firm and 10 cents higher
Cattle Receipts 800 Fancy beeves
510525 choice to prime steers 475
500 good to choice steers 440470
medium steers 410435 fair beef
steers 3SO400 common beef steers
340375 good to choice stockers and
feeders 330370 fair to good stockers
and feeders 250325 cows and heif
ers choice to prime 350390 cows
common to fair canners 150210
calves common to good 300325
Texas steers 265325
Other prices unchanged
HogsReceipts 6000 Heavy pack
ing and shipping lots 33036b com
mon to choice mixed 3253S0 choice
assorted 350365 light 330360
pigs 250355
SheepReceipts 6000 Inferior to
choice 175325 lambs 300450
Continental IVlieat Market
LONDON Nov Following are the
reports of the continental wheat itar
kets received in London today
Amsterdam Wheat opened firm and
the market improving later advanced
3 florins
Antwerp Wheat opened frmer but
the market was lifeless holders refus
ing to entertain buyers offers Corn
was dull
ParisWheat and flour opened
strong and advanced steadily closing
very firm
HamburgThe market
opened quiet
but the business was small
Berlin The market onened firmer
with a good business at fully a mark
advance Later the market became in
active but closed 13 marks higher
After the offlciaLclose wheat advanced
another quarter mark on disturbing
London markets
MADRID Nov Premier Canovas
del Castillo is suffering from a
catarrhal affection which confines him
to his house and cabinet councils are
suspended pending his recovery
LONDON Nov 3A dispatch from
Madrid to the United Associated
Presses says that Queen Regent Chris
tina has signed a decree authorizing
the contraction of a loan of four mil
lion pesatas secured by treasury bonds
and has also authorized the purchase
London of 5000 kilograms of silver bullion in
ST LOUIS Nov 3In an election row
at Tenth and Cass avenue John Ker
ley aged 30 years and living at 1109
North Ninth stret was shot and fatally
wounded by John Eagan a Republican
ward politician at 2 oclock this after
noon After the shoting Eagan tried to
escape but was pursued and nearly
lynched before the police rescued him
ColdBlooilea Work of White Fiends
In Monroe County Ala
special to the Advertiser from Ever
green Ala brings the intelligence
of the assassination of four negroes
in Monroe county in this state Some
white people in the neighborhood ob
jected to the negroes coming to that
I settement Last Friday night the ne
groes were sitting by a pineknot fire
I I on the premises of thejr employer
when the
assassins crept under
of darkness and fired a volley from
shotguns Two of the negroes are dead
another mortally wounded and the
fourth will lose an arm 1
I MEXICO ASH ujsrrtinss 97540 I
Via Rio Grande Western Railway
On November 6 and November 9 the
Rio Grande Western railway will sell
round trip tickets to Old Mexico at the
unprecedentedly low rate of 7540 Di
verse routes 8115 The personally
conduce fecurslon under manage
ment of M E Winter will leave via Rio
Grande Western on November 9 For
particulars call on I A Benton ticket I
I agent No 15 West Second South
Blank Hooks to Order
I The P W Gardiner company Tele I
phone 557 127 West First South
> Zl
It Is Growing Worse and Worse
Hour by Hour
TIle Government Does Not Know
AVlio Leads the Insurrection But
It Is Evident That There Is n Head
to It for the Spaniards Are Xot
Fighting Informal Bands
NEW YORK Nov 3The Sun cor
respondent in Madrid writing under
i date of Oct 19 says
The situation in the Philippine Is
lands is growing worse and worse
General Blanco telegraphs
The rebels attacked our detachment
at Talysa LieutenantColonel Blanco
started to assist the government
troops but could not force his way
through the enemys line He had two
officers and 16 privates killed and one
officer and 21 privates wounded When
i I learned this I sent two battalions
under Colonel Poso and Lieutenant
Colonel Oritz The Talysa detachment
tried to break through the enemy but
failed I am trying to prevent the
enemy from invading Batangas
Blanco must have failed in this for
he telegraphed later
I The occupation of Talysa by the
rebels compels me to move to the left
l and prevent the enemys advance to
I ward Lipa For Batangas alone I
need two regiments at least
I This news spread like wildfire Con
fusing thought it was the public real
I ized that a disaster had occurred Tn
I an interview with the editor of El
I Imparcial the minister of war said that
the people here were responsible for
Spanish reverses in the Philippine Is
lands Impatient clamor had precipi
tated military operations before the
arrival of the peninsula reinforcements
The government he added does not
know yet who leads the insurrection
we must
but from what is going on
infer that there is a head to direct all
this for we are not fighting informal
The people here believed that the
mere presence of Spanish troops in the
Philippine Islands would cause the in
surgents to surrender The energetic
and determined resistance of the is
landers was therefore a surprise to all
and passing from one extreme to the
other everybody is now convinced that
Spain has to face in this faroff quar
ter a war as serious as that in Cuba
The insurgents are masters in the
province of Cavite outside of the
inner city They still hold the con
vent All that has beeni said of the
losses inflicted upon them by the gov
ernment troops the correspondent
adds is false
t I
The Whole Story
I Of the great sales attained and great
cures accomplished by Hoods Sarsa
I parilla is quickly told It purifies and
enriches the blood tones the stomach
I and gives strength and vigor Dis
ease cannot enter the system fortified
by the rich red blood which comes by
taking Hoods Sarsaparilla
Hoods Pills cure nausea sick head
ache indigestion biliousness All drug
gists 25c
I States Consul General Burke at Tan
giers Morocco reports t the state department
partment in his dispatch of the
ult that another act of piracy wag
committed by the Moors off the Riffln
coast on the 8th of October last A
French sailing vessel was attacked by
about 100 Rifflans in small boats about
20 miles off Cape Couch Cape Baba
zunAs soon as the attack became known
on shore the Spanish governor of All
hucamas and some of the Spanish
colony at once set out in the little
steamer Savilla to render aid to the
French vessel They arrived in time
to capture the crew ofpirates in boats
which were on the point of pushing off
I for the shore with the prisoners and
plunder The Spaniards boarded the
I French vessel which was in possession
of the pirates and after a severe strug
gle succeeded in rescuing the captain
and a number of the crew The Span
iards are reported to have had one
man killed and four or five seriously
wounded Some of the wounded have
since been reported as having died
I is also reported that some of the
crew of the French vessel have died
I from their wounds
o a
A Very Earnest Discussion About
Them in the Chamber of Deputies
PARIS Nov 3In the chamber of
deputies 11 Denys1 deputy for Cochin
China interpellated the government
demanding to know the action France
was taking in defense of Armenians
Continuing his remarks he asked what
the powers had done since 18SO in de
fense of a race whose sufferings are
without a parallel in history M Denys
then recapitulated the horrors of the
massacres in Asia Minor and Constan
tinople during the recital of which the
I chamber Avas greatly agitated The
deputy for Cochin China declared that
it was the duty of France to huorfsa
in the name of humanity to prevent the
occurrence of further massacre Jn
order to effect this he said it would
be necessary to make a clean sweep of
this corner of Europe and to guarantee
protection not only to Christians but to
Turks a well The whole of civilized
Europe was interested in the purifica
tion of Turkey and France had a right
1o oonvnlrfi her lilies and all Riironp tn
undertake the task n L
Count Albert de Mun followed 11
Denys in a speech in which he de
clared that sadder even than the Ar
menian atrocities was the inertia with
which Europe tolerated such outrages
France he said ought to do for
Armenia as well as for Crete and take
the initiative in a concert to assure
the security of the Armenians
1f De La Foss and 11 Hubbard ap
proved and emphasized the remarks of
Count De Mun and M Ilanotaux min
ister of foreign affairs followed 11
Hanotaux said that Armenian events
would not have given rise to such
solicitude if contact with Europe had
not imbued certain Armenians with a
desire for independence
The excesses of the Ottoman govern
ment he said had furnished legitimate
motives for complaint and when the
question assumed an aspect of grave
importance England understood the
danger of acting alone
The powers he said were convinced
of the necessity of their solid union
but there must be no isolated action
and no interference with the integrity
of the empire
Among the fertile results of the re
cent visit of the emperor of Russia to
Paris M Hanotaux said may be men
tioned a precise exchange of views In
regard to Armenia and the perfect
community of ideas which exist in
united Europe who gives the sultan to
understand the necessity of his acsur
ing the safety of all his subjects of
whatever race Byt violence will not
aid the difficult task of Europe
11 Jaurez the socialist leader reply
ing td 11 Hanotaux said that the sul
tan had been frequently admonished
Tne Medal Medicine
fe the Model Medicine <
The only medal awarded t
Sarsaparilla the Worlds Pair
1893 Chicago was awarded t
Sarsaparilla 1 I
but without result The remarks of M
Hanotaux he said left the whole ques
tion open He reproached the foreign
minister for endeavoring to render the
Armeniahs solely answerable for their
troubles in the responsibility for which
Europe and the sultan were Involved
Eighteen months ago he said Europe
undertook to defend the Armenians
but the atrocities continue to this day
M Develle moved the order of te
day approving the declarations of the
government and the motion was I
adopted by the chamber
Tie Include Pulling of Teeth nnd
Cutting of Hair ami TVhisUers
LONDON Nov 3It is estimated
that 500000 In bets ha been placed in
London on the result of the election in
the United States Colonel Wilson of
Chicago made a wager of 1000 even
today that McKinley would be elected
The bet was taken by F W Fullon a
Chicago Bryanite Besides the ordin
ary election bets there has been con
siderable freak betting General or
gan a Brooklyn silverite made a bet
on which he engaged in the event of
Bryans defeat to have all his teeth
drawn In the event of McKinleys de
feat his opponents four in number
agree to have their beards and mous
taches shaved off The parties to the
bet are under a penalty of 500 each in
case of failure to fulfil the terms of the
bet Articles have been signed and
witnessed to that effect
Results of n Great Tidal Wave at
LONDON Nov 3A dispatch from
Madrid to the Central News cancels the
dispatch received this morning re
porting the occurrence of 3 disastrous
tidal the folowing wave at Huelva and substitutes
A number of corpses are being
washed up by the sea along the coast
of the province of Huelva and i is
feared that the violent gales which have
swept the Atlantic off the Spanish
coast within the last few days have
caused a great many shipwrecks A
sailing vessel foundered off Cartagena
during the tempest and several of the
crew were drowned
Many Lives Lost
LONDON Nov 3A dispatch to the
Globe from Ponta Del Gada Azores
says that a waterspout has destroyed
the greater part of the town of Povo
lost acoa and that many lives have been
Neatly Outwitted b > an Engineer
Who Had More Nerve Than I Use
ally Carried in a Cub
FORT WORTH Tex Nov 3From
those on the northbound Katy train
due at 915 p m but which arrived one
hour late last night the details of a
holdup at Alvarado were learned I
was a comedy of errors Nothing was
secured by the wouldbe robbers either
from the mail express or passengers
The robbers three in number flagged
the train about a mile south of Alvar
ado When it stopped they made the
train porter cut the baggage mail and
express cars from the rest of the tiiun
These were moved forward a little and
then the robbers tried to force the ex
press messenger to open his car He
refused Then the engineer was or
dered to run his train forward far
enough to get a good start back into
the standing cars at full speed and thus
smash in the express car so it could be
All right said the engineer But
a me and my fireman will jump as
soon as we get her under good speed
backing you had better go back to the
coaches and wait until the smash
comes I you dont you stand a good
chance of being killed
They did not want to be killed They
wanted to get the money in the express
car They took the engineers advice
and waited The engineer pulled ahead
to get his distance forgot to stop and
went on ahead until he got to Gran
Telegrams were sent out for aid in
capturing the robers but these worthies
had become alarmed and taken to the
brush Afterwards the engine was
backed down and the train proceeded
delay on its journey with about one hours
He Says Neither He Nor His Congre
gation Can Honestly Support the
Constitution of the United States
BOSTON Nov 3In 3 public ad
dress in his church last night Rev J
11 Foster of the Second Reformed
Presbyterian church declared that he
and all loyal members in his denomin
ation were disfranchised because both
Republican and Democratic platforms
stand on constitution of the United
btaies ana that instrument represents
repudiation of the royal claims of Je
sus Christ the king of kings
Reformed Presbyterians deny them
selves political privileges not from mo
tives of unpatriotic disloyalty to the
country but from sentiments of patri
otic loyalty to Christ We cannot swear
to support the constitution because it
does not acknowledge Almighty God as
the source of authority the Lord Jesus
Christ as king of nations and the bible
as the foundation of all law
The presidents oath omits the name
of God and an appeal to God is the
very essence of the oath Refusing to
swear to support the constitution is the
only way Christian citizens can free
themselves from a responsibility of
their evils Refusing to swear to sup
port the constitution is the best and
only remedy for this evil
NEW YORK Nov 3 Sammy Kelly
the local bantam has been matched to
box Bily Plimmer Arrangements were
made yesterday at the Police Gazette
office and if nothing interferes to pre
vent the affair coming off the boys will
have it out before the Olympic club of
Birmingham England which is Blim
mers home According to the condi
tions of the match Kelly will receive
S200 for expenses The lads are to meet
in a 20round bout at 115 pounds for
a 32000 purse The go will be de
cided some time next month
For Good Work Go To
the F W Gardiner company blank
West books First and printing South Telephone 557 127
Some men pay too much for their clothes some men j
dont pay enough and some men dont pay anything Tlc l
man that dont pity anything is usually well dressed for he
gets trusted and its just as well to pay for an EXPENSIVE t
suit IN PROMISES as to pay for a cheap one Two kinds j
of men dont pay enough for clothes the ones who buy
shoddy and the ones who patronize cheap tailors The ones j
who buy good clothes of a I ready made store without look 1
ing at our clothes PAY TOO MUCH every time I you can
AFFORD TO PAY a firstclass tailor for a firstclass suit
and are willing to pay for the satisfaction of to order suits at J
50 to JOO youre all right I you pay a cheap tailor ANY
price for a poorly made to order suit just to say I I got em
made YOU DONT PAY ENOUGH for youd better pay 1j 1 j
more and get it of a good tailor I you buy a shoddy suit 1
just because its cheap YOU DONT PAY ENOUGH for
you might better pay TWICE WHAT ITS WORTH for a i
good suit than to buy shoddy at any price
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To buy a good suit cheap buy it of us and get a good one
BLACK CHEVIOT in Single or Doublebreasted at 1000
I you want something Very Nobby and Stylish take a
look at the 1200 and 1500 ones Do not get these suits
mixed in your mind with the 1200 and 1500 suits you see
at other stores but think of the J800 and 2000 ones
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136138 Main Street
tate of Charles William Brown Notice i
is hereby given pursuant to R S 0 I
chapter 110 and amending acts that all i
I persons having claims against the estate
of Charles William Brown late of the
city of Salt Lake In the state of Utah
one of the United States of Amerca
restaurant keeper who died on or about
the 8th day of June lE6 > at Salt Lake
city are required on or before the 28th
day of November 1S96 to deliver to the
I undersigned solicitor for the adminis
tratrix of the said estate at his office
I IS and 20 King street West Toronto
Canada their claims and full particulars
thereof and the nature of the security
I if any held by them and that after
the 10th day of December 1896 the ad
ministratrix will proceed to dstribute the
assets of the deceased among the parties
entitled th rero having regard only to
those claims of which she shall then have
notice and the said administratrix shall
not be liable for said assets BO distributed
of whose claims
to any person or persons clams
I notice shall not have been received at
the time of said distribution
Dated at Toronto the 9th day of Oc
tober 1S96 W J WALLACE
Solicitor for Administratrix Lillle Brown
of Frederick H Auerbach deceased No
tice Is hereby given by the undersigned
executors of Frederick H Auerbach de
ceased to the creditors of and all persons
having claims against the said deceased
to exhibit them with the necessary vouch
ers within ten months after the first
publication of this notice to the said exe
cutors at the store of F Auerbach
Bro on Main street In the city of Salt
Lake county of Salt Lake state of Utah
October 13 180
Executors of the Estate of Frederick H
Auerbach deceased
Marshall Royle Attorneys
the Colorado Office of Chief Quarter
master Denver Colorado Oct 20 1S9C
Sealed proposals in triplicate will be re I
ceived at this office until 11 oclock am
on the 20th day of November 1895 at
which time and place they will be opened I
in the presence of attending bidders for
furnishing all the material and labor
requisite for connecting the sewer sys
tem at Ft Douglas Utah with the Salt I
Lake City sewer system according to
plans and specifications on file in this I
office and the office of the quartermas
ter Ft Douglas Utah which will be
shown and blank proposals and circu I
lars giving full instructions as to man
ner of bidding and terms of contract
held gap n sT I
furnished on application The govern
ment reserves the right to accept or re
ject any or all proposals Envelopes con I
taining proposals should be marked
Proposals fa sewer construction and J
addressed to the undersigned
Major Chief QM I
nhood Restored
5r WouJerfuI Roman
Rerncdjiarold witha
written gcavcu
tee t euro tut hcrr
ou Diseases sucli n
W o cnorLss or
Brain Potrf Head
ache Wekifnlness
Let Hanhood Nerv
ousness Atrophy
3 Emissions Varlcooele
Lassitude ail drains
p tspt 1 and lots oC power it
tIle Goneratlra Organ caused by oYcrezertioa
youthfuL indiscretloni or tb excctzirO ate or tebac
tgftefj fititaniftots bich ultimately lead t
Co opium or vheb ultmnte
ni1rn1yCensumptiOfl sad xasnity Pat up in con
yenlmt tonu to carry In tho vet locet Price t a
packaCo orOfor With erery K order weprre a
written enaraatoo to core or refund the
I money gt br mal t any aridreES Circular free
In plain envelope Addreej lUlVAI CMEMIOA CO
Bnceh Once for C e LI 158 Petrb > lS ClilulfiUi l J
Or you cnn buy it of druggist l riy
KeldffJudson ViusCo a VCLAKE ClirUTAH
I lice Lucky Bill Mining uompany Notice
I Thfe arr ieliruiuent upon the following
described stock on account of assessment
i I No 21 of 2 cents per share levied on the
8th day of September lSi G the several
I amounts set opposite the names of the
i respective shareholders as follows
9 i p
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Names 7 rIm S II I I g
Dowden EdwinI13la1002O0
I Hasson John I 3 6
Johnson Clara I 3Sa 121001 42 C
Snedden James A 140a 50011000
And in accordance with law and an
I order of the board of directors made on
the 8th day of September 1896 so many
I shares of each parcel of such stock as
I may be necessary will be sold at the office
t of the company on the 7th day of No
vember at 11 a m 1S98 at No 5 South
i 11 frtt Sat Jitk < Oy Utah to pay
the delinquent assessment together with
I cost of advertising and G expense A GIBBS of sale
I Secretary of Lucky Bill Mining Co
I 1S3G Dated Salt Lake City Utah Oct 1
by given that pursuant to an order of
sale and decree of foreclosure to me di
reted from the Third Judicial district
court of the state of Utah county oC
Salt Lake In a cause therein pending
wherein Thomas Marshall is plaintiff and
Ledyard M Bailey administrator of tho
estate of James B Bosgs deceased and
Sarah G Boggs are defendants to which
sid decree and order of sale reference
is hereby made I shall expose for se
at public auction to the highest bidder for
cash at the west front door of th6
county court house in the city of Salt
Lake county of Salt Lake state of Utah
on the 7th day of November A D 1S96
at 12 oclock noon all the right title
claim and interest of Ledyard M Bailey
administrator of the 1r of James B
Boggs deceased and Sarah G Boggs In
and to the following described real estate
situate lying and being in the county of
Salt Lake state of Utah and particularly
described as follows towit All that cer
tain portion of lot five 5 in block
twentyeight 2 plat F Salt Lake
City survey situated in the city and
county sure of Salt Lake state of Utah and
more particularly described as follows
towit Commencing at the northwest
corner of said lot five 5 and running
thence south five 5 rods thence east
5 rods
ten 10 rods thence north five
thence west ten 10 rods to the place of
beginning To b sold a the property of
Ledyard M Bailey administrator of the
estate of James B Boggs deceased and
Sarah G Boggs under said order of sale
and decree in the above cause
Dated at Salt Lake City Utah October
14th A D 1S9S
By G S CLARK Deputy Sheriff
Marshall Royle Attorneys for Plaintiff
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