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r 6 THE SALT LAK HEBAiD SATBDAX OSTOTEMBEU 6 1897 c
BLOWING UP ii AFES 1
Vellsville Has Been Visited by the
i Cracksmen
t A VERY SUCCESSFUL JOB i
t SAJFE BLOWN TO PIECES ATm
FIT TAKEN
I
Besides 350 in Checks and a Quantity
tity of Clothing No Clue t the
Peettororpusor Educa
ton in Cache County Julius Carl
son Attemps Suicide at Santaquin
From The Heralds Correspondents
Wellsville Nov 5A daring and
party successful burglar was perpe
trated last night or rather this morn
ing The safe in the vVellsville Coop
i was blown to pieces and all the money
t and checks it contained stolen No
t clue has as yet been found as to the
perpetrators although Sheriff Turner
is out on the hunt for them I
l As near as can be learned from those
living near the store and who heard
r the report the burglary was committed
some time between 1 and 2 oclock this
morning The people who heard the
noise paid no attention to it and the
i robbery was not discovered until the
store was opened for business this
morning
The safe was literally blown to pieces
The sheriff was promptly notified hut I
a yet he is still looking for a clue to
follow About 5 in cash and 350 in
checks was taken by the cracksmen I
No suspicious characters have been
seen in Wellsvllle of late and hence no
one knows where to look for the cul
prits Whoever they were they were
evidentl unacquainted with the in
terior of the store as a diligent search
had been made for the cash tills which
were not in the safe They turned
things topsy turvy but didnt succeed
in locating them A quantity of cloth
ing was also taken Altogether it is a
mysterious affair
ARRESTS AT LOGAN
I Typewriter Pwcpairers Wanted at
OgdenNews Notes
Logan Nov 5Charles Johnson and
James Jensen two young men from
Avon were arrested yesterday on a
charge of drunkenness They were re
It le ted upon putting up 5 for their ap
pearance in court on Saturday
J Mr Alfred Budge a prominent attor
ney of Paris Ida accompanied by his
r wIt is visiting friends in this vicinity
Mr Budge has been attending court
J in Malad and stopped over here on his
f return home
A lively scrap over an election bet
was started on Main street last even
ing The belligerents Wv parted by
friends before any damage was done
Carl Swensen was arrested last even
ing for drunkenness and today was
sentenced to three days imprisonment
Mr Ed Small one of the councilmen
elect of Richmond was in Logan yes
terday
A picnic and dance will be given this
evening in the Seventh ward mpeting
house under the auspices of the Y 11
t M L A of the ward The money real
ized will he sent a a Christmas pres
ent to absent missionaries
J 1 Maury and B L Smith two in
dividuals who came up from Ogden a
few days ago and have since been go
ing around the town repairing type
I Tilers were arrested today by Mar
S Fl al McCulloch at the request of the
Ogden chief of police who has a war
rant for them on the charge of obtain
ing goods under false pretenses They
will be detained until an officer from
Ogden arrives
Thp board of education met last night
but transacted but little business The
city superintendents report was pre
sented and filed A petition from A F
Far jr and 43 others in regard to ob
taining the use of a room in the Wood
ruff school building was tabled Bills
aggregating 5150 were allowed
Homer Reese was arrested last even
ing on complaint of David Rosenbaum
charged with obtaining goods under
faise pretenses The matter was finally
arranged by Reese giving security for
the payment of the debt contracted un
der a relatives name
In announcing a death Tuesday it
was stated to be the child of Professor
Tinders when it should have read Pro
fessor Tom W Pinder late of Lincoln
England
COMPULSORY EDUCATION
Cache Superintendents s Crusade
Against Negligent Parents
Logan Utah Nov 5 County Super
intendent Oldham ha determined that I
the children of this county shall re
ceive all the school advantages per
mitted them by the town He has sent
a circular letter to the district trustees
containing the following
cntaininb te folowing
I find by the school census of 1S97
that the number of children of school
age in our county who attended no
school last year is 51S These children
were not even enrolled in the schools I I
or coarse many were enrolled ho did
not attend the statutory time 20 weeks I
I find also by the statistical report of
last year that the average per cent of
attendance of children of school age
who actually attended school
actualy atended shool during
the time schools were held was but 55
per rent In view of these facts I
must again exhort you to make a per
sonal canvass of your district and ex
ert your influence to get a many to
attend a possible
I also request you to see that the
compulsory chapter of the school law
is car 3d out even if you have to send
> he names of individuals to the prose
cuting attorney for him to prosecute
You should also see to it that parents
not only send their children to school
but require them tc continue that at
tendance for at least 20 weeks
ST GEORGE EISTEDDFOD
Absence of Choirs Interfered With
Its Success
St George Utah Oct nThe South
ern Utah Musical association has just
concue a three days musical fes
tival held in St George this being
the second concert held under their
auspices The former was held at
Cedar City about a year ago
The object was to hold a regular mu
sical festival and arrangements had
been made for the musical talent of
Beaver Parowan anil Cedar City to
participate in the event Professor
GHes of Provo had been engaged to adjudicate
judicate the contest prizes Ten prize
selections were on the programme and
5140 was offered in prizes While a
very creditable showing was made by
the St George choir together with the
chorus of J W McAllister yet < he un
avoidable absence of the other chos
and Professor Giles prevented the co
cert from being the success it would
cer
otherwise have been In consequence
of tl s absence of the adjudicators no
prizes were awarded though the con
testants present cheerfully rendered
their pieces showing thorough prepa
ration and considerable ability Miss
Lotto Ashby was especially pleasing in
her beautiful rendition of the sopranq
sol If All Our Hearts Were Good
and True Professor David Edwards
of Paragoonah scored quite a success
in his rendering of the tenor solo An
chored
core night of the concert was
Urown open to the public and after an
jjnjovable evenings entertainment it
VaJ unanimously decided to arrange
for another festival at a time when all
1I 1
could get together and have a real
Eisteddfod Much credit is due Professors
lessors J W McAllister H Pickett and
President Edwards of the Southern
Utah Musical association for their in >
defatigable labors in making a very
culties creditable concert under so many diffi
DIED I KENTUCKY
Funeral of Elder L J Bushman at
Lehi News Notes
Lehi Utah Nov 5Last Sunday M
B Bushman received a telegram an
nouncing the death of his son L J
Bushman who was on a mission in
the state of Kentucky He was taken
sick Oct 23 at Jamestown where he
died on the 31st Elder D E Jones
his companion was present and also
Elder Thomas Martin who accom
panied the body to Cincinnati Here
it was met by F W Butts a brother
inlaw who brought the remains to
Lehi arriving this forenoon Owing
to the advanced state of decomposition
i was found necessary to inter the 1
body at once Six returned mission
aries acted as pallbearers and the
wives of ten missionaries accompanied
the body to the grave The body was
laid to rest the ladies singing Oh
My Father and James Kirkham of
fering praver
The wife of the deceased lives in the
south and is expected to arrive this
evening Funeral services will be held I
next Sunday at 1 pm at the taber
nacle and speakers from Salt Lake
I
and Provo are expected to attend
Deceased was born in Lehi in 1872
and was much respected by all who
knew him He graduated at the B Y
academy and taught school at Esca
lante where he was married to Miss
Martha Spencer
NOTES
Several young men were arrested and
fined for disturbing the peace and will
enrich the city treasury to the amount
of S1750 Two others were caught
fighting and one was fined 250 and
the other 1 for battery
Last nisht the window of Cambles
salcon was broken and several bot
tles of liquor taken
CHAZED BY ALCOHOL
Julius Carlson of Santaquin I akes
an Attempt at Suicide
Provo Enquirer The sheriffs office
today received word from Santaquin
to the effect that Julius Carlson a
young man about 23 years old had
attempted suicide As near as can be
I learned Carson has for some time
past been a heavy drinker of alcohol
I and has of late been drinking unusual
ly heavy The fore part of last August
Carlson went to Salt Lake from Park
City and became so bad that he was
taken to the hospital there and later
to the county jail of Salt Lake county
He seemed to be getting along nicely
and after beinr taken care of by his
sister who lives in Salt Lake he was
sent home to Santa < uin where for a
timp hf Kppmpri in ivnTvrnvr
I wuu I was last night when he attempted
suicide his throat with
suicde by cutting a
knife A doctor was called and sewed
up the gash made and at last reports
he was doin as well as could be ex
pected
Carlson after he had inflicted the
wound was so bad that he tried to
choke one of his attendants I is also
reported that he performed the same
trick on one of the attendants at the
hospital while confined there He has
been a resident of Santaquin for seven
or eight years
PAK CITY NOTES
Patriot No Longer Daily Irrrs
Stevens Death
Park City Nov 5The Daily Pa
triot after one months life has ceased
its existence as a daily paper by fail
ing to appear last night the last edi
tion being printed Wednesday even
ing I will hereafter appear as a
semiweekly or weekly under the
management of J T Camp and H A
Moore
Mrs J E Stevens died early this
morning from premature childbirth
Deceased was 28 years of age and
leaves one child and a husband who
works at the Silver King She was a
sister of Mrs William J Wilson The
funeral will be held Sunday at 2 pm
at Midway A special meeting of Sil
ver Spray lodge No2 Degree of
Honor of which the deceased was a
member was held this afternoon to arrange
range for the funeral
Arrangements have been made for a
game of football between Salt Lake
High school and Park City Juniors on
Sunday Nov 1 at Park City The
regular Park City team is getting in
practice in anticipation of a game
soon with the Crescents of Salt Lake
HUNTINGTON ELECTION
No Opposition to the Democratic
TicketCase of Diphtheria
Huntington Utah Nov 3The elec
tion of town officers yesterday passed
off very quietly Nothing note trans
pired to cause any kind of excitement
opposition to the straight
there being no pr0ition t straght
Democratic elected ticket The following were
President George W Johnson
Trustees William Hunter Albert
Collard A P Johnson J B Meeks
Mrs Wilcox is gradually growing
worse and Mr Wilcox who is on a
mission in Great Britain has been tel
egraphed for and his friends are anx
iously waiting for his arrival home
George Ipson has just been awarded
a patent an a nonrefillable bottle Mr
Ipsons application for patent was con
tested in the patent office but the out
come was in his favor
There is one case of diphtheria in
town now
Court at Coalville
Coalville Utah Nov 5The district
court Judge Norrell presiding con
vened at 10 oclock this morning and
transacted the following business
1 S Aschheim Mercantile company
vs Martin McGrath et 01 continued
till Nov 9
tl
Henry Welsh et al vs Ontario Sil
ver Mining company continued to
Nov S
11 L Garity vs Patrick Lynch con
tinued to Nov 8
Symns Utah Grocery company vs E
C Williamson continued to Nov 8
Continuances of the above cases
were ordered because the attorneys on
either or both sides had prior engage
ments elsewhere and were therefore
unprepared to so to trial at the first
setting of the actions
The case of the New England Loan
Trust company vs James Buzzo
was settled and dismissed
All the witnesses and jurors were ex
cused till next Monday at 10 am to
which time court adjourned
NEWS NOTES
Judge Norrell Reporter Pike and the
attending jurors witnesses and at
torneys departed for their respective
homes this afternoon
At this hour 730 pm snow is fall
ing fast and hard
Patriarch John Smith of Salt Lake
is in Coalville visiting relatives
Eureka Notes I
Eureka Nov 5The result of Tues I
days ek ion is entirely satisfactory Ito I I I
to all parties from all indications and
the rojvpartisans admit that they were
I cKi ted fairly and squarely and that
I ro 1 will come from them They are
ghd however to have saved three from
the Democratic snowslides
There are large numbers of soreheads
about town this morning being the
aftermath of too much fire water
Tuesday and Wednesday
The operetta Phyllis will be given
in the Hassel hall at Mammoth by the
Eureka Opera company on Wednesday
Nov 10 This company consists of the
best talent in the camp with Mesdames
Woods and Ridges and Messrs Hil
stead Wallace and Harper as soloists
Professor E Arthur is conductor of
200022
Brown ticket in every pack
age SchillingB Best baking pow
der
Yellow ticket in every pack
age of Schillings Best tea
Schilling 5 Company
San Jrnnci < = co 2117
the affair They will present it here on
the 17th
Mr Charles Abbott treasurer of Juab
county is up from Nephi to collect
taxes his headquarters being in the
city h lEureka
Eureka Townsite Case
Nephi Nov 5The first of the Eu
reka townsite cases came up oday be
fore Judge Higgins in the Fifth ju
dicial district court The first case
was Eureka City vs Minnie Lochwitz
et a1 B U C Slat appeared for Eu
reka City while H J Dinniny and F
H Holzheimer appeared for Minnie
Lochwitz et a1 I seems that the lot
in question is claimed by Eureka City
as a street while Minnie Lochwitz
claims the same as a building lot the
same having been deeded over to her
Considerable testimony was introduced
on the matter and the case is still in
progress
Grantstfille Election
Tooele Transcript Grantsville is a
nonpartisan town The ticket elected
with a big majority with one exception
the treasurer S W House was the
nominee and his opponent Mrs Matilda
Stookey who went in with a rush The
election was very quiet and peaceable
and the following are the officers elect
I ed For mayor Gustave Anderson
I councilors A G Benson A K Ander
son James L Wrathall O H Barrus
W J Robinson recorder Miss Sllen
Rowberry treasurer Mrs Matilda
Stookey marshal Frank Gooch justice
of the peace A G Johnson
The Castilla Bones
Provo Nov 5Sheriff Storrs brought
down from Castilla today the human
bones found sacked up in one of the
I cabins belonging to Southworth Broth
ers located in that vicinity Whether
they are the bones of a white man or
an Indian has not yet been determined
The sheriff purposes to give the matter
a thorough investigation
Court at Farmington
Farmington Nov 5Judge H H
Rolapp will open the October term of
court here next Monday It will re
quire perhaps a week to complete the
business that will come up though the
setting of cases only covers three days
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GHRSTS TRIAL tfORt rllATf
BEPOKT OF THE ROT GOVER
NOR TO TIBERIUS
I I
Current Belief That the Document
Has Been Discovered I the Archives
chives of the Vatican
New York Nov 5A dispatch to the
World from Rome says The World I
correspondent visited the Vatican to ob
tain authoritative information regard I
ing the reported finding in the Vatican I
archives of Pontius Pilates report to
Emperor Tiberius of the crucifixion of
Christ
One story current was that the origi
nal report had been found and that the
pope had ordered a careful study of it
Another was that the document dis
covered was not Pilates own report but
a manuscript of A D 149 referring to
it while other fragmentary writings of
the third and fifth centuries touching
the same matter has come to light be
fore The correspondent found the Vati
can authorities very reticent Some
officials were even chary of admitting
that anything had been discovered at
all and were extremely aporehensive
lest they might be represented as giv
ing color to an expectation that a
contemporary account of the most
solemn event in the worlds history is
in existence
The subkeeper of the Vatican arch
ives said His holiness naturally is
extremely cautious about permitting
the publication of any document with
the imprint of the holy see the au
thenticity of which may afterwards be
reasonably contested His holiness has
been profoundly interested in the possi
bility of the discovery of the original
document referred to in the one dated
A D 149 but so far search has been
I fruitless
correspondent gathered that the
manuscript of A D 149 only refers to
the earlier report and contains no I
details of any value and that a care
ful exhaustive search for the original I
is now being made in the Vatican by
experts specially commissioned by the
holy father who are also to search for
references to it in documents written
earlier than A D 149
The first indication of the possible
existence of this exceedingly interest
ing report was obtained accidentally by
an erudite monk engaged in looking
through the archives of the fifth cen
tury and gathering facts concerning the
early history of the papacy He fol
lowed the clue back to manuscripts of
the third century and then again labor
iously pursued his task until further
allusion was found in the document of
alusion wa
A D 149
There the investigation is brought to a
standstill for the present and the pope
has given strict injunctions that no I
translation of references in the docu
ments shall be published until sub
mitted for his sanction
The attitude of the Vatican authori
ties on the matter is one of skepticism
tes to the likelihood of any original I
unearthed
authentic information being
W C T U TEMPLE
Considerable Discussion Anent It
Among the White Ribboners
Buffalo N Y Nov 5The resigna
tion of the board of trustees of the
temple and particularly the effect Miss
Willards resignation would have was
the subject of much discussion today
among the members of the W C T U
still in the city By some it was urged
that Miss Willards action was a death
blow Iss the institution The fact of
the matter is that Miss Willard re
signed as trustee of the temple at the
earnest request of her entire board of
officers and of the executive committee
of the National W C T U who do
not wish to any way appear responsible
for the temple
Her resignation a trustee however
will in no way affect Miss Willards in
terest in the temple a she will devote
herself to the task of raising funds for
paying off the trust bonds
Mrs Carse left for Chicago today
During her stay in Buffalo she raised
more than 2000 towar1 the temple
fund She stated that she was fully
satisfied that the fund would be raised
so that the building might be saved for
the W C T U
Notable Sick Men
New York Nov 5Henry O Have
meyer the sugar king is a very sick
man at his country home in Connecticut
cut
cutWashington
Washington Nov 5Judge Advocate
General Lieber of the army is seri
ously ill at his residence in this city
of a complication of ailments
fROM KITCHfN TO MANSIN
DEVOTION OF A SERVANT TVTATTI
RICHIiY REWARDED
Old Iffaid Niece of a Wealthy Farmer
Foils the Other Heirs in a Con I
tested Will
Chicago Nov 5After four years of
conflict in the courts Mien Serena M
Martin ha at length gained a fortune
the gift of her uncle Edward Martin
whom she served a companion and
maid of all work for 40 years prior to
his death To her it means wealth
amounting to more than 200000 and it
seems now that nothing can prevent
her coming into possession of I
When Miss Martin was 9 years old
she entered the household of Edward
Martin then a wealthy farmer of Red
Hook N Y That was more than a
half century ago and from that time
up to Ua death which occurred Dec 3
1893 she was his constant companion
The old man was not unmindful of
the devotion of his niece and sought
to make provision for her during his
lifetime According to the evidence
lfetime AccQrdng
during the trial he rented a safety de
posit box in a bank and early in 1S90
began to make regular deposits in it
telling his friends at the time he wished
telng tme
it understood that whatever he put into
the box was for his niece At the time
of his death these securities amounted
to 167000 and of this he made no men
ton in his will evidently with the be
lief so the oourt has now decided that
It all belonged to Miss Martin
But the other heirs of whom there
are about 26 were not long In raising
their cbjection to this disposition of the
property The will was filed for pro
bate at Seward in Kendall county and
almost immediately a nephew J Field
ing Martin began suit to contest i
his contention being that the 167000 in
the safety deposit box should bo
counted as a portion of the estate and
portioned among the heirs
From the first the contest has been
I
a determined one This was augmented
by the disappointment of the heirs be
cause they had counted that their undo
was easily a millionaire and it devel
oped that the estate amounted only to
5390000 The supreme court of Illinois
has finally decided that all the securi
ties in the safety box bonds and mort
I gages alike belong to Miss Martin
During the four years the case has
been pending in the courts these secu
rities have been accumulating Interest
All this will go to Miss Martin with
the principal
But this is not all her wealth for
her uncle took care to provide her a
homestead before he died and deeded
her his farm at Red Hook N Y This
is said to be worth 20000 more and n
one has disputed her title to it
PERIL OF A BIG STEAMER
Fire Discovered When Off Sandy
Hook Returns Immediately
New York Nov 5The Red Star I
line steamer Southwark whidh sailed
from this port on Wednesday bound
for Antwerp passed Fire Island at 1030 I
bound in She signalled
a m today signaled I
fire down in hold amongst cargo
Tugs were sent to her rescue
The Southwark arrived i the upper
bay at 3 oclock this afternoon accom
panied by the police boat patrol the
fire boat New Yorker and the tugs
Pulver and R J Barrett
The steamer reached her pier at the
foot of Fulton street half an hour later
To all outward appearances nothing
unusual had occurred on board None
of the passengers were permitted lo
come ashore nor was any person allowed
lowed to go on board 1 except the em
ployees of the company I
At 7 oclock yesterday morning when I
the vessel was about 220 miles off Sandy i
I Hook some of the crew discovered fire
coming up through the > ventilators in
the forward part of the vessel and a
good deal of heat was felt in that quar
ter The crew dug down to the hatches
in the lower hold where about 26 bales
of cotton and some grain were stowed
The smoke was very dense and the heat
increased when the steam was turned
on into the compartment Two lines
of hose were also brought to bear upon
the hold and through thse more steam
propelled
was propeled
wa
About 10 oclock Captain Brice de
I cided to go back to N AV York The
passengers were informed as to what
had occurred and there was no excite
ment among them at any time Mr
Wright vice president of the company
said that he could not estimate what
damage had been done or when the
ship would be ready to sail again until
the hold had been cleared up
Mr Wright said that the passengers
could stay on board until the vessel
would be ready to sail or another ship
substituted Up to a late hour tonight
no final arrangements had been made
I a to the dispositionof the passengers
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BRIEF TALES BY WIRE
By an explosion at the Illinois Steel
works at Milwaukee five men were in
jured two fatally
Samuel Courter an employee of the
Midland Terminal railroad was in
stantly killed at Gillett Cola riding
on the front of a switch engine
Her majestys government is greatly
interested in the objects of the Florida
fisheries conference and regretted its
inability to send an official representa
tive to take part In i
Mrs A J Baird a leading Christian
Scientist of Kansas City has been
formally placed under arrest for not
placarding a house where she had a
case of diphtheria under treatment
The TJpsala college is a Lutheran in
stitution supported by the state church
of Sweden I is now located in Brook
lyn N Y A real estate company has
given the college an endowment of
100000
The appeal of the Portland Ore
chamber of commerce to Secretary Al
ger for help In getting supplies through
to the starving miners in the Klondike
region has been received at the war
department
The suspension of H A Patterson
was announced on the Consolidated
Stock and Petroleum exchange in New
I York The Patterson failure is the third
en the consolidated exchange within the
past seven days
The annual chrysanthemum and
flower show held each year under the
auspices of the Horticultural society of
Chicago will open next Tuesday Ex
hibits will bo made from every section
of the United States
The New York chamber of commerce
petitions the government to take such
immediate action as will provide a force
of trained artillerymen for the proper
manning of our spa coast defenses and
it is believed by us that 110 seacoast
batteries requiring a numerical
strength of the army of about 4000 ar
tillprymen is absolutely necessary to
accomplish these purposes
A Duluth dispatch to the effect that
Captain Lavorg of the famine relief
steamer City of Everett has made com
plaints of the manner in which he was
treated by British customs officials of
Calcutta and the English citizens of
that city in general with reference to
dues and other matters has brought
forth a vigorous denial from the San
Francisco chamber of commerce
The preliminary move has been made
toward the prosecution of the San
Francisco Retail Coal Dealers asso
ciation under the provisions of the anti
trust law of 1S90 Attorney A L Black
has drawn a bill in equity asking for an
injunction to restrain the operation of
the alleged trust and has sent the pa
pers on to Attorney General McKenna
asking his consent that suit be instituted
tuted in the name of the United States
SOLD FOR ANY P PR1CE
uULU I Ull nni PRGE 1
Stocks Were Sent Begging on Wall
Street Yesterday
OUR SPANISH RELATIONS
I
CONTRIBUTED GREATLY TO
DRASTIC LIQUIDATION
Appeal of Chamber of Commerce For
Stronger Fortifications to Protect
New York Intensified the Feeling
Chicago Wheat Weakens I
Sympathy Western Markets
New York Nov 5The stock mar
ket underwen course of very drastic
tic liquidation today a a result of
which prices are 1 > to 3 points lower
than they were last night That this
course of things is helped along by
professional bear pressure was made
evident by the urgent covering move
ment which developed in t r al half
hour of trading and whi rail 1
tine prices of a great many stoks ove
a paint from the lowest point touches
reducing by so much the losses which
would otherwise be shown by the days
trading But this recovery at the close
of
volume
was on a greatly diminished
business and was apparently affected
by the temporary withholding of
liquidating offerings as was dane once
or twice previously during the day
only to be succeeded by renewed liquidation
decline
daLton and declne
OUR SPANISH RELATIONS
There is no doubt that the motive
of a large part of the selling va the
o
belief that relations between the United
States and Spain were drifting toward
an open rupture This has been a bear
argument for some time dn the stock
market and has been quite effective in
depressing prices whenever anything
that could be construed as corrcbor
aitive evidence was offered Apprehen
sions on this score received a potential
stimulus from the action of the New
York chamber of commerce y
In appealing for an Increase in the
artillery force of the United States
I army as necessary for the adequate
I protection of New York and the proper
operation of its harbor defenses The
published expressions from the late
I United States minister to Spain dis
closing the character G the diplomatic
relations between the two countries
I and his outspoken advocacy of inter
vention by the United States in Cuban
affairs intensified the
SENTIMENT OF APPREHENSION
among security holders The nearer
approach of the convening of congress
and the belief that this event will
crystallize the governments policy
toward Spain made the prospect more
vivid to the eyes of traders Some
continued apprehension regarding the
health of the president of ithe sugar
company made that stock particularly
weak This combination of factors was
conclusive in inducing many large
holders of securities to unload under
the conviction that no immediate re
covery in prices of any large dimen
sions is likely to occur There was a
Hood oif selling orders and very littde
disposttion in any quarter to buy
WENT AT AINOT PRICE
As a result enormous blocks of stocks
were allowed to go for almost any
price they would bring In the first
rush of liquidation prices were offered
down very widely before eliciting any
buying The extreme decline in Con
solidated Gas reached 9 points In
Sugar 5 in Lake Erie Western
preferred 51A ditto common 4 and in
Manhattan 4l There was scarcely an
active stock on the list that did not
recede at least 2 points below last
nights level There was a trusfa to
sell bonds as well and losses of b
tween 1 and 2 points were frequent all
through the lst The fact that liqui I
dation was not precipitated at the
opening was due to the fact that Lon
don prices of American securities ad
vanced slightly The enormous Inter
I ests at that money center are usually
s wel informed in international af
I fairs that the absence of apprehension
there had the effect of steadying prices
here momentarily The fact was not
lost sight of either that there was
BUYING FOR LONDON ACCOUNT
I in this market at almost all stages of
the decline After the opening prices
fell in London to the New York par
ity There was nothing to account for
the hardening but the covering of
shorts
Aside from the general weakness in
bonds the feature of that market was
the strength of Kansas Pacific console
which recovered 1Jh per cent from yesterdays
terdays price The days sales were
2075000
United States bonds declined 14
for all issues
MONEY MARKET
Money on call easy at 1M2 per cent
last loan 2 Del cent closed lh2
Prime mercantile paper per
cent
Sterling exchange firm with actual
business in bankers bills at 485
485 for demand and at 4824S294
for GO days
Posted rates 4S3483 ½ and 486
4s6i
Commercial bills 481 silver cer
tificates 57l459
Bar silver 571
Mexican dollars 44 ½
Government bonds weak state bonds
dull railroad bonds weak I
SALES OF STOCKS
Total sales of stocks today were 596
800 shares including Atchison pre
ferred 17796 Chesapeake Ohio 10
S71 Burlington 04050 Illinois Central
3590 L N 18720 Manhattan 13
110 Missouri Pacific 17290 M K T
preferred 3160 N J C 6700 N Y C
10145 Northern Pacific 3025 Northern
Pacific preferred 24420 Northwest
Terminal 4685 Ontario Western
4150 Reading 12715 Rock Island 17
390 St Paul 54650 Southern railway
preferred 8110 Texas Pacific i270
Union Pacific second assessment paid
12515 Wabash second assessment paid
preferred 7480 American spirits 3493
American Tobacco 17015 Bay State
Gas 6015 Chicago Gas 36170 General
Electric 4180 Laclede Gas 3010
Lead 5100 Pacific Mail 5400 Pullman
Palace 2165 Sugar 85920 T C 1
11357 Leather preferred 3220 West
20 ern Union 116SG Chicago G W 12
BOND QUOTATIONS
U S new Is regl27 6N Y Cent lstsHS
Do coup 127te N J Cent 512
U S 4s 112 N P Isits 119
Do coup115h Do 3s 57
Do 2nds 9S1 ½ Do Is 0014
U S 5 < 5 reg lg Nor V Cs 120 I
Do 5s coup lll ½ N W Consuls 16
Can So 5s 107 1 Do deb Osus
D R G lets 10g lO Nov Ists lliy
D i R G Is S3 O Nay 4s 92
II T C 5s 110 O S L Cs t r119
I Do con Gs 103 0 S L 5s t 1 05
K P COn t r 85 19 Imp lets t r102y
K PI iDDtrllO I Doestr 35
1 La new Con 4s 99 Reading 4s F2
L N Uni Is 84 R G W Ists 81
M K T 2nds 59U P IsIs102
Do 4s S3liU P D G lstsi 1514
I STOCK QUOTATIONS
Atchison 12Vi Rock Island 81
Preferred 2SV 2 St Paul l 90
Bait t Ohio 2h Preferred 1Z9
Can Pac 79So Pac 19
Ches Ohio 201 Tex Pac ioy
Chi Alton ICO Union Pac t 1 O
C B Q02 IU P D G G
Del Hudson 108 ½ Wnbasli Gy
Del L wr150 Preferred lCi
D R G 10Adams Ex110
I Preferred 43Am Ex 115
Fort Wayne 1G3 United State 4G
II Gt Nor pfd130 Wells Fargo 109
I Illinois Cent 100 Col F Iron 20
1 I Lake Shore 170 Preferred 75
Mich Cent101 Gen Electric 31 I I
Mo Pac 2 Lead ny I
Mo K T 11 preferred 100 I i
Preferred lo Nat IAn OH 11 ½
N J Cent S Ore Imp C 12
N Y Cent1GI Pullman Pal 1SG
Nor West 13 Silver Cert 57VI
No Amer Co 4 St Rope T 4
No Pac 1f Sugar 13
Preferred 50 ½ Preferred UO
O R N 30 iWest Union 5
Ore Short Line 17R G W 2
Plttsburg163 I Preferred 54
Reading 2
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS
Chollar 50 Ontario 300
Crown Point 32Ophir SO
Con Cal Va Plymouth S
Deadwood I Quicksilver 100
Gould Curry 30 Preferred 900
Hale Norc 45 Sierra Nevada 6 I i
HoC tke SOOOStatidard 155 I
Iron Silver iTiUnion Con 40
Mexican 40lYellow Jacket 45
SAN FRANCISCO TUNING STOCKS
San Francisco Nov 5The official
for mining stocks today
closing quotations socli5 to
day were as follows
Alta 10 Hale Norcross 45
Alpha Con Justice 24
Andes 32 Ken tuck Con 4
Belcher 45 Mexican 42
Best Belcher 44 Occidental Con 110
Becher
Bullion 12 Ophir SG
Caledonia 16 Overman 13
Challenge Con PotosI 6
Chollar 57 Savage 42
Confidence 93 Sierra Nevada 70
Con Cal Va 115 Silver Hill 5
Sler
15
Con Imp Union Con 41
Crown Point SoUtah Con 13
Exchequer 3 Yellow Jacket 13
GOld Curry 32 Standard 163
OUR STOCKS ABROAD
Big Slump on Americans Owing to
Election Returns
New York Nov 5The Evening
Posts London financial cablegram
The stock markets were idle but
steady today except Americans which
were flat and demoralized at the open
ing Dealers took the fall quite calmly
indeed many bought believing that the
relapse had gone far enough Then
New York selling orders came pouring
in with reports of Democratic gains of
Hannas vacation of a senate seat of a
firm note from Spain to Washington
etc Consequently there was a further
slump and the close was near the low
est The other markets were feature
Iss The Paris bourse was firm and the
Berlin market steady
Silver I London
London Nov 5 Consols 112 516
silver 26 ½
CHICAGO GRAIN REVIEW
Wheat Weakened i Sympathy With
New York Stocks Market
Chicago Nov 5here was a great
contrast between the wheat trade of
Thursday and that of today Yester
day Me trade was puzzled by the re
markable changes and could scarcely
keep pace with all the news at hand
Today pce pit was stupid Operhig
trades in December ranged from 94
t 944 or 14e aibove yesterdays
close There was some December for
sale early but nothing like the offer
ings yesterday They were sufficient
however to cause a decline to 93
This was followed by a decline t 93
and another decline to 98 May sales
were at 91 to 91 to DP2 to SOi1i and
held 9191c under last night The
market weighted itself without any
display of support by time clique Liv
erpool a firmer than expected at the
opening at only d decline Paris
was up a little and firm The
strength of the foreign markets was
the factor in the small opening ad
vance Chicago receipts were 144 cars
against 97 last year while Minneapolis
and Duluth got 949 compared with 634
a year ago
In addition to the rail receipts at
Chicago another cargo of 50589 bushels
No 1 northern spring was inspected
in store The primary market receipts
were 1155000 buslhels compared with
only 713000 bushels the corresponding
day of the year before Minneapolis
wired that wheat stocks will increase
1500000 bushels for the week Duluth
claims a decrease of 450000 bushels
The bulls have little to hope for in the
visible supply outlook for Monday
The official board showed 50000 bush
els northern spring inspected from lake
or canal It also showed 45000 same
wheat transferred from private houses
The break in New York stocks on the
uneasiness over Cuban matters helped
weaken wheat As for the day the
I best bull point was the heavy exports
I Wheat and flour clearances five ports
were 573000 bushels on top of 762000
bushels yesterday Private messages
gave 80000 bushels wheat cleared at
Galveston The St Louis claim that
the Mississippi river ports make the
wheat condition 53 and the acreage 24
I per cent had no influence After mid
day there was a return of the early
heaviness December settled down a
little to 92 and May sold at 90
New York messages claimed 35 boat
loads worked for export The market
I became a little firmer near the close
I December rallying to 93 and May to
9090 Those were the final prices
Corn a exftremely dull and rather
weak Local conditions rather favored
higher prices and caused seme ad
vance during the morning The weak
I ness of wheat prevailed and liquida
tion caused prices to touch the lowest
prices for two months
Oats acted in much the same way a
corn Buyers were quite plentiful for
a time after the opening and prices
were fn and slightly higher
Provisions were slow outside trade
being almost altogether lacking The
market was weak influenced by the
heaviness of grain markets
The leading future ranged a follows
TD
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I Open I High I Low I Close
0cc 9iri0i4 i i I O4bi 1 92 clii
Mar 9i1Jcit clui 9Ol9Oi5O s
91J I
CORXo 2
I Open j High I Lou Close
Nov 25 254 25 25
Dec 2GWf2G1 26 2511 25fJOG
May 9JI 30 21I 1 21
OATS = o 2
I Open I H h I Lw J Clo
De 19jl9Il9l9 l91190J1914
May I 2hI 2241 21 ½ I 21 ½
MESS PORKPer Barrel l
I Ope I HiglCIow I Close
Dee 7G2 1 707 752 755
Jan S5 8572 845 81
LDPer 10 Pounds
I Open I HghlLw i I Close
nee 425 425 420 421
1
Jan 440 I 40 43 4 37f
SHORT RIBSPer JOO Pound
I Open HghILow I I Close
D 445 445 442t 4A21
Jan I 471 450 1 442hl o1
New wheat
Cash quotations were as follows I
Flour Easier lOc concession quoted
Wheat No 2 spring S6M 87c No 3 I
spring SKH92C No 2 red 94c
Corn No 2 253425c
Cats No 2 M ½ r No 2 white f o b
23Mp24c No 3 white 2223yC
Rye No 2 lie
Biucy No 2 f o b 26qioc
Flax Seed No 1 SlOS fJlO ½
Timothy SeedPrime 265
Mess Pork Per barrel 750 755
Lard Per 100 pounds 42n427
Short Ribs Sides loose 435445
Slwulderp Dry salted boxed 45c
Sides Short clear boxed 4c
WhiskeyDistillers finished goods per
I gallon S11S
Sugars Cut loaf unchanged
San Francisco Wheat
I San Francisco Nov 5 Wheat firm
er December 146 Hay 141
Chicago Live Stock
Chicago Nov 5CattloSales were
at an extreme range of 3S53 for the
poorest to the best lots Bulls sold at
280330 for feeders and at 2no300
for bolognas Cows sold largely at
275325 and heifers at 3000400
Calves showed no chang Texas cat
tle sold off a little and western rangers
broke about 10c good to choice steers
Belling at 400L25
Hogs Trade in hogs was active to
day at about Thursdays late prices
Heavy packers sold at 325350 and
prime bacon hogs at 365370 the bulk
of the offerings crossing the scales at
343365 The market closed firm
Sh pSales were largely a dime
lower than tho weeks best prices Na
tive sheep moved off at 200275 for the
poorest to 450460 for the best while
western range flocks brought 300433
Lambs sold actively at 375585 and
a few prime selected lambs brought 590
li600 yearlings going for 460500
Receipts Cattle 2500 hogs 29000
sheep 12000
Kansas City Live Stock
Kansas City Mo Nov 5Cattle
Receipts 5000 market steady Texas
steers 2S5410 Texas cows 250365
native steers 370500 native cows
and heifers 200410 stockers and
feeders 275450 bulls 23o333
Hog Receipts 12000 market steady
to strong bulk of sales 35352V
heavies ui vttyuuiSf packer 337350
mixed 345360 lights 3453G7y >
yorkers 355367 2 pigs 340355
Sheep Receipts 2000 market steady
lambs 400575 muttons 240425
Omaha Live Stock
Omaha Neb Nov 5 Cattle Re
ceipts 2200 market active stronger
native beef steers 400490 western
steers 380430 Texas steers 300360
cows and heifers 285375 canner
1752SO stockers and feeders 3601i1
440 calves 350550 bulls stags etc
20033375
Hogs Receipts 3700 market strong
er heavy 3S5350 mixed 310345
light 345355 bulk of sales 340345
Sheep Receipts 1800 market lower
fair to choice natives 360420 fair
to choice westerns 350400 common
and stock sheep 300380 lambs 375
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