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I THE SALT TiAKE HERALD SATURDAY MAY 21 1898 3
DULL STOCK MARKET
r Patriotic BrokerWatched Depart
ing Volunteers
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i FEW TRANSFERS MADE
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SEAS ELEMENT MADE AN AT
TACK ON DEXTER
The Mammoth DividendWill Dis
tribute 20000 on the First Day
of June Strike In the Hercules
Important Discovery Made In This I
Stockton PropertyJesse Ewing
CanyonMining at Marysvale
Shipment of Blue StoneOre and
Bullion Silver and LeadMining
Notes and Personals
The stock market was stagnant yes
terday as the brokers were too patri
otic to attend the morning call while
the Utah volunteers were leaving for
the Philippines and consequently the
adjourned call In the afternoon was but
poorly attended while the transactions
were exceedingly limited
The call was made as usual however
although but small change was regis
tered in the governing quotations The
listed stocks failed to participate In
the dealings of the day with the ex
ception of a sale of 100 Overland and
were content with maintaining former
figures while in the unlisted securities
but few fluctuations were noticeable
the dealing In this class being con
fined to Homestake and Dexter the
V i latter being hammered down to nomi
I nal figures the intent being to create
business in this favorite stock
The transactions of the day were as
followsSALES
SALES OF STOCKS
100 Overland at S5 cents
250 Dexter at 105
200 Ttr > rtr ot 1 VI
1O j 4 Homestake at1 cents
The closing quotations were as fol
lows
CALL OF LISTED STOCKS
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NAME OF STOCKS ffZ 11
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Ajax 3I 40
ifl I
Aiiiance is s
BuIUenBcck ro G
CentennialEureka roO I 3500
Daly 00 100
Daly West 350 I 5
B1ro
Daon and i k I 5rry
Eagle OH 00
East Golden Gate I
Foir Aces iJi g
GeyserMarion 00
Galena 00 m
Herschel 10
Horn Silver 12 160
Mammoth 195 2024
Mereur 802 S15
Northern LIght I6 17y
Overland SO 85
Ontario 31 425
Sacramento 7234 73
rtah re w
CALL OF UNLISTED STOCKS
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NAME OF STOCKS rg g
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Opehongo J o
Chloride op i t lf9iii
Hercules 6
Sunbeam I0
South Swansea 12l 1
Swansea 2l7 225
Little Omaha Pittsburg 1 e2
Dalton I 00 00s
Dexter 1O 107
Grand Central 4CO 500
Emerald 07
RIChmond and Anaconda 01 Q
Golden Eagle 03 05
Buckeye 01 1 02
Homestake 0liel2 i
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Dividend Paying and Invest I I
I ment Mining Stocks I
W E HUBBARD CO I
TEL 505 15 W 2d So St I
THE MAMMOTH DIVIDEND
Will Distribute 820000 On the First
Day of June
Yesterday the Mammoth Mining com
pany posted its regular monthly divi
dend of 5 cents a share or 20000 pay
able on the first day of June the trans
fer books of the company to close OP
May 25 to be reopened on the second
day of June
With the payment of this dividend
the company will have distributed the
magnificent sum of 11200000 among its
stockholders 100000 of which will rep
resent payments made so far during the
present year and the indications are
that before the first day of 1S99 this
latter sum will be duplicated as it is
reported that the company Is in ex
cellent financial condition while the
mine never looked better
STRIKE IN THE HEKCTJLES I
f J Important Discovery Made In This II
Stockton Property
Ed MHchener of Stockton who Is di
recting operations in the development
of the Hercules mine at that place
writes that a most important strike has
been made in this property and that
the largest body of ore ever uncovered I
In the camp has been disclosed while
the ore is the finest ever found in the
district
This body of mineral has been cross
out for several feet without finding the
other wall or proving its dimensions
and from what can be learned the mine
Is likely to be classed among the bo
nanzas of the state in due time
E A Benton of the Rio Grande
Western ticket office who Is secretary
and treasurer of the Hercules Mining 1
Vv UU < LA e LULl VUL LU lIlt I
mine within a few days for the pur j I
jose of Inspecting the new discovery i
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Jesse Ewing Canyon
Vernal May 17 Several parties are I I
In town who are en route to the Jessie
Ewing canyon and it Is learned that I
one Individual comes heavily backed to i
investigate and resort on the mineral
prospects of that section
Some very fine specimens of copper
continue to come In from that camp
and wIth them comes the report that
the hills are becoming lively with pros
pectors
It Is rumored that matters will soon
take on a bustling appearance at the
Victoria mine over in Carbonate dis
trict and that active oaeratlons will
cummenee in the near future Just
what the nature of the work would be
has nor been learned It might mean
deelopment work only but it is the I
opinion of some who are in a position
to know that shipments of ore will be
made I
Mining at Marysvale
llarysvale May Indications are
that the lease may be let on the
Deertrall to J II Fulmer by Hon O J
Salisbury
The Uully Boy and Webster proper
ties are to be worked to full capacity
the work on the property to be com
menced within 15 days hence 1
The property Is under bond and
lease and is to be worked to its full
mill belonging to the
capacity The the1 J
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gREASING CAMP AT CAMP KENT
company will have to go through some
repair before it can be used as the
timbers above the stamps will have to I
be replaced
Shipment of Blue Stone
Park City May 20Two carloads of
blue stone are being loaded by the
Daly Mining company at the Denver
Rio Gradne Wester depot for the
Eureka Hill Mining company
Silver and Lead
The silver and lead quotations yes
terday were as follows
Bar silver 57y cents I
Lead brokers 350
Copper casting 11
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Ore and Bullion
The ore and bullion receipts yesterday
were as follows I
McCornick Co bullion 11850
ores 4430 I
T R Jones Co bullion 7900
ores 12000
Mining Notes and Personals
The Mercur company paid its regular
monthly dividend of 36000 yesterday
J J Connor the veteran Stockton
miner was represented in the market
yesterday by a carload of ore from the
West Argent mine
Owing to the departure of Utah volun
teers yesterday business was thrown
to the four winds and good mining
news was at a premium
W D Johnson secretary of the In
ternational Mining congress will leave
for Denver this morning on business
which it is believed will be of material
benefit to the convention
F B Cook the manager of the Treas
ure Hill who has returned from Silver
City states that the mine is looking
well and that regular shipments of a
good grade of ore are now being made
from It
I George Moore the efficient assayer
and metallurgist for the Kansas City
Consolidated Smelting Refining com
pany has returned from his Kansas
City Visit bringing with him his bride
of a few weeks The happy couple will
soon go to housekeeping
C C Higgins of the Mercur Mercury
left yesterday for the Raft mountains
in Box Elder county this state where
he will visit the Century and Ashbrook
mines and mills and also take a look
around the country with a view of see
Ing all the good things reported as I
being In that section
It is reported that the Rio Grande
Western road will run a switch from
its main line at Eureka to the Godiva j j
mine mountain and that the surveyors I j
are now laying off tho line With the
Building of this spur the Godiva Uncle
Sam and Humbug mines will have ev
ery railroad and shipping advantage
Hon John Dern of the Mercu and
GeyserMarion will leave today for
Tuscarora Nev for the purpose of
making an examination of the Dexte
mine in which his quite heavily in
terested prom ruscarora > ur juern
I will probably go on to Cherry Creek
In White Pine county where he will
j inspect the working of the North
Mountain mine in which he is also a
shareholder and it is likely that he
will be there In time to witness the
I starting up of the mill with its in
creased capacity
Attorney J M Thomas has returned
I home from Pocatello Ida where he
has been attending to business involv
I ing the title to the Swan Lake group
of mines in which he states he was
I
successful while the damage suit
against him for the sum of 20000 was
dismissed Considerable work has been
done in the development of this prop
erty and now that all law suits have
been settled concerning it It is the in
tention to resume operations on a larger
scale than ever and It is more than
likely that the group will be graced
with a mill In the near future
C F Spillman of the Tintic Miner
was in from Eureka yesterday on busi
ness for his paper Mr Spillman is
greatly Interested In the success of
the excursion to Eureka over the Den
ver 6 itio uranae vesiern on aunaay
May 20 This will be a baseball excur
sion the players to be the Eureka nIne
against the Elks of this city and as
five of the crack Park City players
who made such a record during the
jubilee last summer will play with the
Eureka team it Is anticipated that the
game will be a hot number The excur
sion will also be patronized by tour
ists who wIsh to investigate Into the
merit of Tintic mines
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FITZHUGH LEE ON STALLIONS
All Eight In Politics But Not the
Thing For War
Washington May 2 Major General
Fitzhugh Lee who Is to command the
Seventh army corps now being mobilized
at Tampa left Washington today for
Richmond Va whence he will proceed
in a day or two to Florida General Lee
declined the gift of a wealthy stock
breeder of North Carolina of a fine stal
ion for his use In the Cuban campaign
Tho general said that stallions were all
right In politics and great parades but
cl fdPh
for active service in the field he preferred
two horses that would cost the government
ment about 103 apiece
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apiecec
Damage to the amount of 330000 was
caused by a fire which destroyed the six
story building at Superior and Jefferson
streets Toledo 0 occupied by Dowo
Snell wholesale grocers The plant of
tho Toledo Blade adjoining was consid
erably damaged The falling of a wall
rriJ down Firemen Herman Bishop
Kizer Trpplnbkl and Doc Wells who are
believed to have perished
OUR VOlUNTffRS ARf E GONf
Continued from Page 1
returned the greetings with serious
faces but with looks of determination
that remained unwealtened to the last
PRETTY GIRLS WERE THERE
Pretty girls kept the recruits busy
inscribing their autographs on han ker
chiefs small Hags mid any other arti
cle that was available Several of the
soldiers lost the glinting buttons from
their sleeves and these will be cher
ished at home during the weary days
and no canteen that may await the
boys in faroff Manila
THE START
Finally there came a shrill bugle call
It meant that the time had come for the
soldiers to leave their homes for the
land where the Pacific laps the shores
of the distant Philippines Officers gave
hastyorders and both batteries formed
in line and entered the cars As the
train began moving the crowd gave a
last cheer and waved a last farewell
Soon a bend in the road concealed the
ca and behind the brave Utah boys
the echo of the last cheering shout died
away
I THOSE WHO HAVE GONE
Roster of the Membership of the Bat
teries
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BATTERY A
CaptalnR W Young
I First Lieutenant George W Gibbs
Second Lieutenant Ray C Naylor
Second Lieutenant C Webb
I First Sergeant Ethan E Allen
I Quartermaster Sergeant Harry A
I Young
I Stable Sergeant John I Meredith
Duty Sergeants Frank T Harmer
I Joseph O Nystrom W H Hennefer
Emi Lehman Samuel H Hesburg
Daniel H Wells N Joseph J HolbrooK I
Ford Fisher Chester J T Hope
Emil V Johnson 1 Kphraim B Howelis
Will F Aldrach Lindsay Hudson J
Corporals I Thomas J Hughes
Arthur W Brown Aner O Humphrey
William Kneass William
Wiia WIlam Jacobsen
William lB Riter Charles Jenicke
I George L Backman Peter Jensen
Alfred L Robinson Henry O Jones
George A Seaman John T Kennedy
Charles E Varian Ray Kenner
Willard Call Charles W Keogh
Charles R Mabey Warren Larson
Thomas R Smith William H Leaver
A L Williams John B Licklederer
Mark E Bezzant Arthur A Louder
Lewis P Hanson I rest E Lowry
George O Larson August E Lyngberg
Noble A McDonald Heilo M Madsen
Farriers Nelson E llargetts
Hans P Hansen Joseph H Morgan
William M Clawson David Mnrtensen J
Artificers Michael Murray
Perish Wilkins Wm F McLaughlin
Vincent T Smith William i l Nelson Jr
Saddler Niels Nielsor
Victor E Marthini Theo SI len
Musicians Charles Parsons
Elmer S Thomas William E Perret
George P Fisher Prank E Peters
Wagoner Charles Peterson
James W Mired r C Philips
Cnnnnnppr a Tm nl
Joseph F Anderson S Rasmussen
Louis P Anderson iE W Rauscher
John W Beemis W J Robinson
i John It Berlin Wilbur I Rowland
oo JSe BostwIckJohn L Robinson
1 Archibald Bradford Isaac Russell
I John W Campbell Michael F Ryan
Harold L Caulklrs Wm A Ryver
P B Christensen Emil F Selmer
Theo Christensen jHarold E Sleater
i Theo Cleghorn JJ W Sorenson
i Thomas Collins Stanley Staten i
I William T Dern Edgar W Stout
l George E Doty A L Thomas Jr
George Dullln Lehi L Thomas
Leonard Duffin John A Tilson
t rTn 1nna
William Earl William Tipton
1 William G Ellis Francis B Tripp
I Alfred Eckstrand Francis Tuttle
I William Edwards Edward G Wood
i Frank W Emer John R Woolsey
Oscar A FennlnRer S A Wycherly
H m
p B Freerickson John G Young
Ezra L Funk John F Zahler
Leo N GledhillBATTERY
BATTERY B
CaptanFrnk A Grant
First LieutenantEdgr A Wedgwood
Second LieutenantJohn F Crichlow
Second Lleutenatrrin R Grow
First SegeantLouis B Eddy
Quartermaster SereantDon R Corny
Stable SerleantFelx Backman
Duty Sergeants IPhlp Dalemore
Frank T Hines Evarist D ontalvo
I Luis N Fehr Elsmer Duncan
Horace E Coolidge James 7I Dunn
Charles l ri f l g f A Dunning
J Charles A Anderson Aplund Joseph H H Dusonbel
Corporals V H Farne
Peter Olson J B Ferguson
Richard L Bush J E Fannigan
Robert Stewart P B Florence
A E St Morris Charles I Fox
John T Donnelan 71 T GOdwin
The L Genter Loren C Green I
W I Anderson Parker J Hall
G B Yard law Waiter S Hal Hal
Andrew Petersen Jacob S Heiss
Nephl Otteson Peter Herbertz
C E Clapper John Hogan
Nephl fleece T A Hogan Jr
John U Buehl Parley P Holdaway
John A Boshard G H Hudson
James J Ryan John W Hughes
Fariers Hans Jensen
Fred P J Blake H C Jensen
Fred D Sweet D C Johnson
Arfcf John V 1I
Frank Diingham Samuel KIng
Lee A Curtis George Lee
Saddler 0 it Larson
Louis Miller D V Lawson
Musicians S C Lewis
Fred H Crger James McCabe
Joseph F Grant Leonard lcCarty
Wagoner J V 11Ida
Antone Lljerth A P Nlcson
Cannoneers Reinhart Olsen
John Abpmalp Marshall Quick
11 H Ackaret Richard H Ralph
David M Anderson George R Rees
Peter Anderson C W RObinson
Bur IV Autin W H Savage
John Baker Hiram C Scott
John W Beesley 1 D Scoeber
0 G Billings W I Shearer
Iner Bjorson Jerome Smith
I Stephen Bjornson Junius C Snow
Godirey J Bluth Harry S Snyder
I Arthur Borkmnn Henry L Souther
I Fred A Bumllier John P Tate
James K Burch Thomas Thornberg
I John Braman Moroni Turner
Augustus Branscom S I1
f i Tyree
I John D Bridgman Frank J Utz
I Joseph W Carr John R Vance
i V L Chamberlain Van Syckle
Eugene Chatterton A N Walters
Theo Christensen J W Walters
I W J Collins IG H Wheeler
R F Conover Ij G Winkler
F I Coulter W A Wright
I John Jasper Dolgetty D CurUs John D Zollingcr
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STOLE GIBBS HORSE
Some Miscreant Rides the Animal
Away
Some mongrel horsethief yesterday
caused some consternation among the
officers at the station by stealing the
bav charger belonging to Lieutenant
I Giuos The horse was tethered to a
hitching post Immediately in front of
the station in company with the mul
ticolored Pegasus of R W Young
1 Whtn the lieutenant returned to where
he had left the horse about an hour
after the arrival at the station
I and became aware of its disappearance
he was encountered by a woman who
Informed the officer that she had seen
a large bewhiskered gentleman mount
the charger and disappear towards the
city The lieutenant at once formed a
squad who made a search for the thief
and the lost quadruped but only a
short time remained and the search
was without avail So the lieutenant
was obliged to leave unaccompanied by
his mount Late last evening there was
a movement afoot among some patriotic
Salt Lasers to present the lieutenant
with another horse
Lieutenant Gibbs is least able of all
the men to purchase n horse and the
loss he sustains by the theft of his ani
I mal falls very heavily upon him The
hcrse was 7 years old a blood bay with
three white feet two before and one
behind He had on a government
saddle bridle and halter Owing to
the fact that Lieutenant Gibbs had
owned him but a few hours he could
not describe the brand
THE SCHOOLS CLOSED
I Was a Practical Holiday For A
the Children
The city schools were as a rule
closed yesterday In order to give pu
pils and teachers an opportunity to
view the parade and to contribute
their part > in bidding goodby to the
young men who have risked their lives I
in defense of their flag Superintend
ent tUlispaugh gave directions clcse
the ools in the forenoon and to have
a sospon in the afternoon but the
latress of the hour in which the vol
unteers took their final leave preclud
ed the possibility of bringing the pu
pils together for the afternoon and the
contemplated session was abandoned
In a few of the schools however l brief
session was oem aim dismissals were
made for the remainder of the day
The children from the various schools
collected flowers In great profusion as
directed by Dr MHlspaugh and pre
sented them to the youthful soldiers
while passing through the city They i
also accompanied them to the depot to I
witness their departure and to show
their patriotism in the grand cause In
which their country is now engaged
DEMONSTRATION AT OGDEN
Thousands Turned Out to Honor the
Volunteers
Special to The Herald >
Ogden May 21 Ogden turned out
en masse to meet and hQnor the volun
teers a they passed through for the
west The people began gathering at
the depot about 2 oclock owing to the
supposition that the train would arrive
about that time but as it did not ar
rive till about 6 oclock the depot was
thronged with a crowd numbering up
into the thousands all the afternoon
There was no set programme but sim
ply a spontaneous outpouring of people
of all ages The public schools were
dismissed at 230 and about 2000 school
children were at the depot when the
train finally came In The fire depart
ment was on hand with all the appa
ratus decorated in honor of the two
members Tyree and Hall who left the
department to join the volunteers The
fire department also had a cannon with
which they fired salutes when the train
came In and when It went out The
train remained at the depot a little
over an hour giving a opportunity for
the Ogden boys to meet again for a few
moments with their relatives and I
friends but the demonstration was not I
alone for the Ogden lads People by the
thousands thronged the cars shook
hands alike with friends and strangers
and exchanged souvenirs with the boys
in blue
Former pupils of M K Burch singled
him out and for a time he held an In
formal reception and wrote autographs
during the short time the train
stoppdTHREE
THREE GOT LEFT
When the train finally pulled out It
went without three of the boys Pri
vates Snyder from Provo Carr and
Taylor of Ogden got left though they
made a desperate run for It They went
on west by the regular train at 240
this morning
The volunteer train left the depot
amid the cheers of the assembled thou
sands at 6CO oclock but owing to the
fact that considerable switching had to
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I until be done 725 the city limits were not passed
Notes
II The Pullman car furnished the officers
was one of tine handsomest on the line
Tho officers commissions were delivered
them yesterday by the secretary of state
The Utah Cracker factory remembered
the boys with several boxes of mixed
crackers and cookies
Mr and Mrs George A Snow con
tributed several very tine boquets of cut
Jlowers tote officers
Corporal Chick Varian didnt have a
button left on his coat when the train
left The girls got them all away from
him
himCorporal L P Hansen found time be
tween huge bites of a sandwich to shaKe i
hands with his friends who called to say
good bye
Sergeant Ethan Alien had great difficul
ty when the band played The Girl I
Left Behind Me I was hard to deter
mine which girl
Pie was distributed galore by several
ladles from the country who wanted the
boys to go away with full stomachs as
well as full hearts I
A lady from Bountiful with a son
among the volunteers furnished enough
pie and baked chicken to supply all tho
members of his section
secton
Dacob Moritz yesterday turned over to
tho volunteers the funds received for
their benefit The following is a copy
of the receipt furnished
The officers were the recipients of many
handsome bouqisrts Among the finest
was one from Utah commandery present
ed to Captain F A Grant
Sergeant Young had a serious time get
ting away He was in demand in so
many places at once that he could not
kcqp a check upon himself
Corporal William D Riter of Battery A
was made the recipient yesterday of a
high grrmy revolver from Major R
J Hllto > us admiring friend
Sergeant Fehr was the recipient of a
demonstration from A company his old
organization which tvrned out for the
parade under command of Captain A A
Smith I
Fifteen boxes of oranges were distrib
uted by Hon Jacob Moritz and the vol
unteers will have enough to last until
they get to California where oranges arc
cheap
Lieutenant Webb did not take a horse
with him but will get one at San Fran
cs o where he expects to take riding
lessons for a time He has never ridden
a horse I
Jake Moritz remembered the boys with
2 boxes of cigars He offered them 15 I
barrels of beer but Captain Young shook
his head negatively The offer was too
largo apparently I
Captain H I H Lund had command
01 ine imaniry uatiaiion yesieruay Ad
jutant Graeber and Captain Rognon were
with him Captain Ro non was cheered
by Company A as our next captain
Mr John H White of White aiercan
tile company quietly did a neat thing
yesterday In forwarding to Camp Kent a
riding horse for the use of Lieutenant
Critchlow who left on Thursday In ad
vance of his bate
Sergeant Jack Nystrom by virtue of
his position had the right of the line
And Sergeant Jack showed up to good ad
vantage Tho old man made the young
fellow s heart glad by presenting him
with a gold watch and chain before the >
train started
Received of Mrs Jacob Moritz the sum
of IWO being our proportion of JQSSJ
realized from the volunteer benefit enter
tainment To this Captain Richard W
Ynl Mp With l pr > tlh1
Battery Bs share was lo932 dihe
I cavalry troop J25733
The ladies of the Cleofan and others
held a meeting last night to formulate a
letter to Captain John Q Cannon of tha
Utah rough riders but did not complete
I i and another meeting will be hed at
the Exponent office at 1030 this morning
I when all those of the committee who wero
working yesterday are requested to be
present
The volunteers were accompanied to
Ogden by a party of about 100 prominent
Salt Lakers who occupied a special car
Governor Wells was a member of the
company and the volunteers were greatly
encouraged by his presence and cheering
words AH the captains and several mill
tlamen also accompanied the boys and a
large party of girls were present to cheer
the soldiers They returned on a special
soon after the volunteers had resumed
their journey westward
VANDALISM BY TROOPS
New Jersey Men Defaced the Costly
Senate Doors
Washington May 20Two members
of the New Jersey volunteers which
stopped in this city en route to the
front were arrested today by the civil
authorities on a charge of vandalism
The troops were in cars sidetracked at
the Baltimore Ohio depot and each
of the men secured leave of absence
early this morning to visit and inspect
the capitol After they had left It was I
discovered that some one had been de
facing the muchprised bronze doors
on the east side of the senate wing The
work consisted of scratching two names
on the door and the breaking off of the I
few pistol points left by other vandals
The names were those of Robert Kel
lett and R R Hyland They were Im I
mediately traced to their headquarters
The doors a considered a fine work
of art They cost originally 56000 and
It will be difficult to erase the names
as they were written in deeply
Later In the day the two men were
arraigned in police court and acknowl
edged their guilt The Judge fined them
5 each The fine was paid by Major
H W Freeman of the regiment who
with tears In his eyes made this com
ment to the court The men have
disgraced themselves their state and I
me but while they are guilty I ask
for mercy because of their ignorance I
GB
Dyspepsia can be cured by using
Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets One little
Tablet will give immediate relief or
money refunded Sold In handsome tin
bexos at 25 cts For sale by Z C M
L Drug Dept
It is said that five Italian warships will
rendezvous at St Thomas at the end of
the present month
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NO THOUGHT OF PEACE
Spains New Ministry Will Prosecute
the War
NO PHILIPPINE PLANS
EXPEDITION HAS NOT YET BEEN
DEFY DECIDED
Government Will Place a Gold Loan
Equivalent t 860000000 Im
portant Negotiations With France
The Circumstantial Cabinet
In the Cortes Sagastas Speech
Madrid May 20The ministers In
full uniform appeared In the senate to
day Owing to the circumstances the
new cabinet Is already nicknamed the
circumstantial cabinet
The premier Senor Sagasta ex
plained the ministerial crisis and asserted
serted that the new ministry would
continue the policy of the former min
istry He related how Spain did every
thing to avoid war until America vio
lating all recognized diplomacy at
tacked Spain with an Injustice unprece
dented In the annals of civilized his
tory and compelled Spain to respond
with war to war which Spain would
continue to the utmost until an honor
able peace Is obtainable
This the premier continued Is a
strong policy and the new government
will also energetically conduct negotia
tions with European and other states
Count Penaramiro proposed the sen
ates congratulations to Admiral Cer
vera on his arriving safely at Santiago
de Cuba and cleverly dodging the
American squadrons
Captain Aunon the minister of ma
rine responded in the name of the navy
hlrrhlv oirtnlHnir Admiral Hprvera Tn
ing so he said the arrival of the
Spanish squadron In Cuban waters
would cement the friendship of the Cu
bans with Spain and will prove to the
world that Spain will never abandon
Cuba while the mother country retains
her vitality
The congratulations were voted unan
imously
In the chamber Senor Sagasta re
peated his senate speech He explained
that the cabinet changes were due to
the fact that several ministers were
ill and extremely fatigued after the re
cent anxieties
He said the cabinet found itself con
fronted with war or dishonor and accepted
cepted the former adding solemnly
The Spanish government will never
I accept peace I the territorial integrity
of Spain is not maintained and other i
wise Spain Is determined to fight a tout
1outrance Loud cheers
Later Senor Sagasta promised a day
to debate the Red Book
Altogether however the debate wa
disappointing to the chamber and to I
the crowded publicgalleries which had
expected sensational scenes
NO PHILIPPINE PROGRAMME
London May 2LThe Madrid corre
spondent of the Daily Mal says Lieu
tenant General Correa minister of war
assures me that nothing definite has
been decided upon with respect to the
expedition to the Philippines The gov
ernment will be guided by circumstances
BIG WAR LOAN
Rumors regarding a new big loan
have been In circulation for some time
I know from a good source that Senor
Puigcerver minister of finance will
wait until the cortes is closed before
taking action In that direction He will
then negotiate a loan in gold for 12
000000 sterling
NEGOTIATIONS AT PARIS
London May 21The Madrid correspondent
spondent of the Times says A news
paper which is officially inspired makes
the oracular announcement that Senor
Leon y Castillo the Spanish ambassa
dor to France is engaged In effecting a
rapprochement with the French gov
ernment for reasons which must not
be made public
Spanish Bonds Still Falling
London May 20 Spanish 4s closed
at 32ii a net loss of 316
Paris May 20 Spanish 4s closed at
32 316 a net loss of 516
Madrid May 20 Spanish 4s closed
I
tod i a 6055
Gold was quoted at 90
ADMINISTRATION IS MUM
Cabinet Members Discover They
Have Talked Too Much
Washington May 20A significant fea
ture of the cabinet meeting today was the
absence of any discussion of the military
and naval movements as to Cuba or the
Spanish fleet This was one result of the
policy which had been agreed on between
the members of the presidents cabinet
and aside from Secretaries Long and A
ger very little Is known as to what is go
ing on This is In line with the adminis
trations firm policy of withholding any
Information that might be taken advan
Inforaton
tage of by the enemy In view of the fre
quent chance conversations of individual
members In which such news might bo
unintentionally made known
Postmaster For Hamman
Special to The Herald
Washington May Postmasters ap
pointed UtahHerriman Salt Lake
county Jeanette Crane vice Henry
Crane resigned
Idaho Horseshoe Bend Boise county
William E Tay vice H H Clarke re
signed
An increase of pensions from S to 13
per month Is granted Carroll Simmons
Blackfoot Ida
Edward E Compton was today con
missloned postmaster at New Plymouth
and Effie Taylor at = White Birs Ida
Oakley Derby Today
Cincinnati 0 May 20The Oakley der
by valued at 10000 will be decided tomorrow
morrow at the opening days races of the
Cincinnati Jockey club Only four start
ers are named to gO to the post In the
big event but the race promises to be a
hotly contested one The starters are
Plaudit Lieber Karl Bannockburn and
John Bright Willie Martin will ride
Plaudit T Burns will be on Lieber Karl
Morrison on Bannockburn and A Clavton
on Joh Bright Bookmakers figure Plau I
dit a hot favorite at one to four with
three to one on Lleber Karl and Bannock
burn and ten oL one on John Bright
THE MINIG CONGRESSI
SECRETARY JOHNSON LA V
FOR COLORADO
Excursions t Be Ru From Utah
Points Governor Hastings of
Pennsylvania Appoints a Strong
Delegation
Secretary Johnson of the mining con
gress leaves this morning for Denver
Colorado Springs and perhaps one or
two other Colorado cities on business
for the congress The trip is made at
the suggestion of Irwin Mahon secre
tary of the congress held In Denver last
ea who wrote that he believed It
would contribute very materially to the
success of the congress If some one
connected with the committee would
visit Denver and one or two other min
ing centers of Colorado and talk up the
congress to the people most interested
in the Industry there While he Is In
Denver Mr Johnson will secure the
records of the Denver session of thE
congress for reference use here He
will return in about a week
Negotiations with the railroads have
reached the point where It is practi
cally certain that excursions will be
rn to Tintic and Mercur for the benefit
of those delegates attending the con
gress who may wish to visit the grea
camps Park City Is also likely te
have an excursion but that has not
been determined The excursions will
run on different days so those who de
sire may see all of the places to which
the special rates are made
Governor Hastings of Pennsylvania
has appointed a very strong delegation
from his state as he promised he would
when he was a guest of Governor Wells
here recently The delegates a Rob
ert Brownlee chief of the state bureau
of mines Rufus J Foster editor of
Mines and Minerals at Scranton I
C Ihlseng dean of the state school of
mines Selwyn Taylor mining engineer
engneer
of Wilkesbarre O W Kennedy man
ager Scottdale of the H C Frlck Coal company
The first shipment of the Utah min
eral exhibit reached the city yester
day from Mercur It included about
three tons of samples from the Met
cur GeyserMarlon Golden Gate and
other properties and will be put In
place at the hal of relics Immediately
though It will not be arranged for
public Inspection until the whole dis J
play Is received and a plan of Installa
tion is made for the whole array
Tornado Reports Exaggerated r
Rhinelander Wls May 20The report
port from Heafford Junction which
stated 18 dead bodies were in the depot
at that place proves to > have been
geratly exaggerated The latest news
from there gives only two killed from
the Stewart and Goodyear camps and
15 injured
Milwaukee Wis May 20A special
from Wausaw says There appears to
be no foundation to the report from
Elmhurst of the loss of ten lives dur
ing the tornado Wednesday night
WALKERS STORE
Friday and Saturday
PARTlWlAR BARGAINS fOR THESE f PARTICUlAR DAYS0
Do you study these columns assiduously each Friday and Scutiwday
If not you should their publication is for your gain
CLOTHE YOUR BOY FROM THESE
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1iJ There isnt a brighter or newer collection of Boys Suits anywhere
I 4 JIAX perhaps youve read that before sounds commonplace enough but its not
I414 as you will readily agree upon examination All we ask is a visit the
suits are themsalves the arguments These are 3piece vestee suits ne
k t silk and sontache braid trimmed imported fabrics blue black and
pretty mixtures for little men of 3 to 8 years two days only
t f
Some Others are From the Regular 250 2r5 and
300 Lines S295 D
t 4 Doublebreasted reefer styles with wide collar braidtrinunedvfor
I 1 ages 4 to 8 and doublebreasted small collar for S to 16 yearsbroken
2a plaid effects gray and brown mixtures Well made stylish suits Two
days only
POlES PORTIERES REDUED HOt 5AP5 NOTION I11G5
I In the Friday and
4n21oeag0 rtWict tJl Saturday Special Columns
c l I i e 11 I n onnln Good fnnrlpf Luck stick I n pins pn a
f 4 ip I cased in crystal reduced in
1 t 253 Sterling to silver and rolled 17C
t 11 gold fan chains ranslnn in I
t price from 35c to Jl Friday
i Je Saturday
33 per cent off
z i Curling Tongs small size
r regular price 5c each IC
When youre getting a whole lot the
Satin finish Derby Portieres varied assortment best of It thats a snap l isnt Jt bx Well
these are women hand turned Oxfords
sortment of rich pretty colorings have of vlei kidskin good none better but Good pocket knives bone
fringe tOP and bottom 3S inches wide pointed toes hence our 300 kindsC I > > 0 and pearl handles regular
three yards long 225 value Cj A two days y w price 33c 20C
pair ta y I
A lot of womens pretty satin sippers
Another line of satin finish Derby Por all colors but not all sizes we wouldnt
tieres in rich colorings pretty enough dare tell you the high price they once
for any parlor and extra good values at commanded en lots use to us in brok 20C I MfN 1 t
KOO day the pair Friday and SaturCo v 15
at Curtain Poles complete 25C p PERMERY y Arm A 5OP o HAlf
I
f1iICIl IlluME Ithflh1flT1IIITU Aromatic smelling salts convenient
killDEl UIIING OPPORTUNITY 1 received pocket size very very extra superior special Quality two jfC jut I I HOf Lic
19C
days regular 25c y
We seized I an opportunity to secure one
case of Printed Crash Suitings linen col I Were you In the van of dlsr point ted
Some exquisite i odors of perfumery put
ored grounds with new blue and green in fancy bottles ones on these Well heres another two
one ounce
up days dip at them
printings good quality retails every two days JQC Mens fast color fancy striped half inse
where for 15c the yard our special price spliced heels and toes fine gauge wonh
is to bo12Vc but for a brisk Fri 81 C Genuine Lettuce JuIceSoap 3 IOC IO 0c a pair limit 6 pairs to a cus IOC
day and Saturday item cakes for tomer
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