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THE SALT LAKE HERALD FRIDAY y OCTOBER 16 1903
TIL TLLLMANS NECK NECKsAvEP E
SAVEilYIURY SAVEilYIURYTwanty sAvEP kURY RY RYTwenty
T J Twenty Tw nty Houls1Ca Hours Counted pS d ia iaReaching laI iiReachthtYerthct
I Reaching Re ReachthtYerthct ChlnfaLferd a ferdtctl ferdtctlONE c ct cOKE
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ONE MAN fOR CONVICTION CONVICTIONACCUSED COHVICTIONaccv1ED
ACCUSED CCVD SATS SA YS KE XXPHCTBD XXPHCTBDLexington BrPBCTBDAOUIT ZXPBCTDAQTITTA
AOUIT L LLe ± 4 4Leziutet
Lexington Le QCtorI 8 C Oct 15James II IITlllman HTUI UTUIUSM
Tlllman aaA who was charged od with the mur muruer murjer
uer 01 o N U Qonnalea editor of the State Statein Statein
in Columbia on Jan 14 last was acquit acquitted a ult ultte4 ¬
ted this morning The jury Jun was out outtwenty outtwenty ut
twenty hours before reaching a verdict verdictThe verdktThe verdictf
f The Jury jur announced at lOU that a ver verdict verdict ¬
I dict had been agreed upon The defend defendant defendant ¬
I ant and attorneys were s sent nt for and the theJury theJWT
1 Jury then filed into the court courtroo room and andthe
the verdict was wa read readA re d dA
A demonstration followed the announce announcement annOGftcemente ¬
meat mente friends of the defendant giving givingI vln vlnvent
I vent to their feelings in a about The Thecourt Ihecourt Thecourt
court previous to the t reading radh of the ver verdict v r ¬
dict cUet had admonished nC the spectators IIIHtCtat to torecrain torefraID torefrain
refrain from any nr demonstration
Ceuneel C uiseI for the defense moved mOl the U th de de ¬
fendants a discharge from the sheriffs sheriffscustody PIeeif UIJ UIJewttocb e ecuatody
custody No objections being nc made by
the state ata the court made the order The
jt jury ry wan w out about a twenty hour before beforereturn betoreC betoreretuqt
return a verdict verdictWif vwdJctWUe
C
Wif WUe and Mother Waitinf WaitinfMr WaltiDaMr1tiUman W1t1JI
0 Mr Mr1tiUman Tlllman left the court room in com company comJall7 COrnftnT ¬
pany ftnT with bin hi attorneys but parted with withthem wi withthee th ththelll
them at the front door to go across acro the thestreet theetNet thestreet
street to the jail visiting that institution institutionfor lnatltIontor
for the hut time to gather up his hi effects effectsHe effectLHe
iii He haL t > n In custody cust04 since Jan IS 5 his hisapplication hisappl1catlOIl hi hiappllcatioy
application for bail i1 having been refused refusedMrs refU8edII refuedMl
Mrs II Ml Tlllman and the defendants moth mother OtII ¬
er were not in the court room when the theverdict thevenUet theverdict
verdict waa announced but the th former formerhad fonDerhad
had been be apprised of an agreement agresm ut and andwas andn nd ndwas
n was 11 at t the jail to await the announce announcement aaaoaoeeI ¬
I p meat t ad to met her husband her therThe herThe tbetThe
The mother had beard at a t her hotel hot a few fewblocks twbIooJra fewbloejia
blocks away that the jury had ha come in inand Inand Inand
and waa hastening on her way we to the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court hona h bot when she met hsr h r ton on coming comingout comingout COrnZgout
out on the street Learning Learnln the result resultshe rsltiihe t tIhe
she threw her arms around his neck neckLater n nLUer neckLater
Later all gathered at a the hotel hot I where wherethey wheretbey Wherethey
they received their friends and relatives relativesHome relaUvesHome relativesEom
Home Eom OD One More XoreMr MoreMr
Mr Tillman left on an afternoon train trainTor trainfor trainTot
for his home in Edgefkld E gefwld accompanied accompaniedby
by hi swife wft and friends from his hone honecounty boInecounty hoicounty
county Senator Tillman was not notent pres present present ¬
ent today having gone one yesterday to hi hihome IIJe IIJebome hiborne
home at Trenton where wb his bl wife ia re recovering ft ft1Oerf reoverin ¬
covering 1Oerf from Injurlee received in a runaway NDaway run ransway ¬
away accident accidentSoon accldentSoon ceidentI ceidentSoon
Soon after the jury went out yesterday yesterdayafternoon YMterdaYanernO
L I afternoon n a ballot mas as taken which re resulted re reBUlted rew ¬
w suited In a vote ote of 10 to 2 for acquittal acquittalBoon accaulttal800n acquittalSoon
Boon after one of the minority joined < the themajority themajorlt themajority
majority leaving avtnc one juror standing out outHe outHe OutA
A He held to his hi views and kept the Jnry Jnryup J1ar1IJp
r up all night It was only about twenty twentyminutes tweatmtnut tweittyminutes
minutes mtnut before the knock was heard heal on onthe OD1he onthe
the Jury roori door this morning morn in that he h hyielded byielded
yielded Many of the jurors got no sleep sleepa 10 10A ep epa
a t all during the twenty t tours they the thel ws wslooked
locked l ked up upThe upThe upThe
The count in the Indictment charging char charthe chrginT
T the carrying of concealed weapons wt apor > Was waaignored wut Wasignored
ignored t nored during the th trial and the Jury
took no action on it itAfter ita itI
a After the verdict was announced annou lced lceddfrk the theHrrk therrk
Hrrk held up ttta pistols which hlh had fig figured ft ft1JrM g giired ¬
ured in the trial and offered them to the thedefendant th thdf thdefendant
defendant df > who waved w vfd them off saying yt18
They Tbe are not mine mineTillmans mineT1Umau mineTtUiuanz
Tillmans Statement StatementJames statementJAmes StatementJames
James H Tillman after his acquittal acquittalmade acquittalmade acquittalmade
made the following statement to the AS ASsorfated AIIllatfOd ASstatcd
sorfated llatfOd Pras PrasI
C I feel very grratfful at th t ti hf result of ofthe ofe ofike
the verdict but at no time did I appre apprehead appreiUiY apprehi
head any trrtouH consequences I of otcourse ofOuw
course Ouw deeply regret the d dtath ath of Mr MrOemales Mraeal MTQousales
Oemales but T was forced to do what whatI
I did I have never appreh apprehpudo md d d n con conviotinn contlon Convktinn
viotinn tlon for 1 felt that I did not do any anymore anTmorf anymore
more > than any other man would have haveione havelone havelone
< lone under the name am circumstances and andwhat andhat andwhat
what hat I was w compelled < to do My position positionwas
1J was fully stated in the testimony I gave gaveon pvon gaveon
on the stand standI
T I did ask for a change of venue be because be beBUlle beV ¬
V cause I was convinced on account of ofprejudice otrjutl o
I prejudice rjutl in Richmond county that I Iould tcould I
p could not get a fair f r and impartial trial trialin trtalIn trialf
f in that county count I felt sure sui that as soon soonfs soons
fs 8 my case could be presented to ac im impartial Impartial ¬
I partial jury I CoUld be vindicated The Theverdict Thenrdlct
4 verdict baa h justified the correctness ot otmy ofmy OSmy
my judgmentWILL jucJpnentWill judgment judguienUI
I
i WILL WILITRY TRY TO PROVE PROVEMURDERER PROVEMURDERER PROVEMURDERER
MURDERER INSANE INSANEChicago IHSAHrhteqo INSANErhicage
Chicago Oct 15 11lrank frank Pavllk Pavlikoted or orted e ested
oted ted a drasnatic scene in Jndge Clif Cliffords Clifford Cufffords ¬
fords ford court today toda by pointing II n ac accusing aowllnc nouaIng ¬
cusing finger at < t his father and declar declaring declaring ¬
ing that the latter wasguilty was guilty not only onlyof onlyof onlyof
of wife murder but also a1 ool of parricide parricideThe parricideThe parricideTbe
The murder of my mother is b not the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first one committed by my m father said saidthe saidthe saidthe
the accuser In Bohemia where Whenwas I Iwas tu
was u born he killed his own mother mothertoo motla motlaI
I 100 He became enraged eora at my grand grandmother srandmotber grandniother ¬
mother and struck her a vicious blow MowFor blowFor blowFor
For three weeks she he suffered and final finally 111UIIy ¬
I ly y died My father was nevef pun punished punished punished ¬
ished for that crime crimeAttorneys crimeAttonaen crimeAttorneys
Attorneys for the defendant told the thejury thejury tb tbjury
jury they tlae would make no denial of the thncharge th thcbarp thecharge
charge that the defendant killed his hiswife hiswlte hiiwife
wife htolt It < would seek to prove pro hint in insane Insane insane ¬
sane saneYOU saneYOU
YOU w ffL BB EALL ALL ATJTiForget
ALLSVTTS
SVTTS MILa ACIrAIN ACIrAINFort AcUnPorgst
Forget Your Menaflk tena and Youll YoullHava YoullCo
Co Hava Ha Eav a JBasta claus 7aee 7aeeKOW 1 1KOW 7aseMOWl
KOW MOWl so O DO rr rrIf IJ1It TPU
If there is one o thing more than than all allothers allt al I Iot
others ot t that wW give leiv a man a forlorn forlornand forlornand I
U and friendless 1 endl appearance and make makhim
him morbid < and cranky and disagree disagreeable dlsaTeeable disagreeable ¬
able that thing is dyspepsia It makes makeson makesone I Ione
on one forget t his friends and become mo morose mor ¬
rose r and 41 irritable He Is so wrapped wrappedup 4 4up L Ltip
up in his own misery that he is incon inconsiderate inconelderate ¬
C siderate of every 817 on O efe elM Relieved of ol r
this terrible and depressing dfpN slng aIment he heagain heagain h t tagain
again becomes becom a good ood fellow and a man manamong manamong t tamong
among men menStuarts meaStuarta men8tuarts
Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets are be beyond beoDd beyond ¬
yond oDd question tloo the most effective and andpopular andpopular an I Ipopular
popular remedy ever offered to the auf uf
fprers rl > 1ere of this terrible disease The Thethousands Tbort Th i ittloufld
thousands t houaan and fld thousands of cures they r rhave
have brought about and the enormous i
Increase of their sales BaI 1I fully attest the thetruth thetruth tlutruth
truth of this ria statement statementThey 8tatementThey fitatementThey
They are are above all a natural rem remedy reme ¬
e edy td They possess exactly the same sameproperties samJJfoperti8 samcproperties
properties that the gastric juices jul s and andether andttbttr an anther
ether digestive d Uve fluids of the th stomach stomachpossess stomcoIIIt i iO5SM
possess oIIIt and 54 they actually actuaU do the diges digestive dICEtje digestive ¬
tive work of the stoma < tomafh h and enable enablethat enablethat t tthat
that organ to rest and recuperate and andbecome an I Ibecome
become sound and well ell They act in ina Ina ii 1 1a
a mild natural manner and caose cau no n ndisturbance
disturbance In the digestive dt < estlf organs organsThey organsThey
They The prevent any aaytennentatlon fermentation of the thefood thefood th thfood
food which causes sour stomach in Infact Ii i ifact
fact under their influence the subject gJbjectforgeta t tforgets
forgets that he has a stomach and his hisresulting hUtrf hi e eI
I resulting rf > fiultln cheerfulness pw pI sents a great greatcontrast gNatcontn grea t
1 contrast Jt to his hisiermer former tO dejectionu dejection dejectionMillions
u Millions of boxes of Stuarts tuarts Dyspep Dyspepsia ¬
eta ia Tablets are sold annually and they theynrp theynr the r rarc
arc nr but In the dawn of their popularity pop popUlarityvery 1arlt 1arltEvery
Every very mail brings letters 1 jf thanksgiv thanksgiving tbnkegh1ng tbaakegiIng ¬
ing from grateful ones on 8 who have been beenured eIJurtd bee I Iured
ured of this terrible disease Be The fol following tol1otng ¬
4 lowing Isnne of hundreds received each eachweek ea b bk bRev i ic
c week weekRev aeekRev k
Rev J 1 R Hoag H of f Wymore Neb Nebrites NebrttH
I ke1 aritee rites For six years ear I have ha ve been beentroubled beentroubled beeitroubird
troubled with dyspepsia Last fall I I
became very much aixrmrd at some somesymptoms IIOmeil som somcymptoms
il symptoms of heart trouble and cume me to tolIeve li
believe lIeve there was a sympathetic rela relation rtlaUon reiation ¬
tion between the two dlseasfs dl ea s or r rath rather rathfr rather ¬
er that th the stomach trosjote t 1e was the thecause theIau tu I Imuse
cause Iau of thp heart disturbances I hit hitupon hitupon hi t tupon
upon Stuart H Dyspepsia DyspepsLaTablets ITableta Tablets for a aremedy ar z t tremedy
remedy r mfdy an anllnve ani I invested ted a dollar do r and a half hai r
for three l IOX Ioxcs > oxes S which lairted Ia Iaed M me three threemonths thr thrmonths t tflOflthS
months and I can eat any a kind of food foodI foo I II
I want and hnvn h a good gOO vigorous vigoroustettle ap appetite R Rpetite ¬
petite Although I am 7 years old I Inow Iow Iflu
now flu ow feel f 1 perfectly tect1y well ana without be bein being beng
in ing ng p requested rt > by any one 0 I make makfltt makflttatatemflnt this thisstatement I IStatement
statement as a a compIlnMjt compll t to the vir virtues vlrttJe5 virtues ¬
tues If < > f Stuarts DyspefmR Dy Tablets TabletsStuarts Tablets8t1a1It TabletsStuiit
Stuarts e Dyspepsia Tablets Tab t are for forai forJIl fo r rJale
JIl Jale ai by all LI druggists at 50 1 1 cnlP cflt < nll a box buxc
c
DEFEN DEFNS E Jt NOW NOWTHASAV1NING W WHA
THASAV1NING THASAV1NINGevernrnent3t HA f ANINN4NG
GfW Government G evernrnent3t nlWent5 Case NiaJlst afost Millet Mil Miller Mulet ¬
let and Johns Closed GtosedCHRISTttNbY et ClosedUR1STLNtYOKTHE sed sedCHRISTtANCYOH
CHRISTttNbY C UR1STLNtYOKTHE OK THE STAND STAHDCincinnati STANDJ TANDIS
J
HIS H IS PAltT IX ritJlltXAJ TE 3I JUTTD JUTTDXPLAIDD 4TLTTKZZXPLAflaD
XPLAIDD ZXPLAflaDCincInnati
0 0Clncnnatl
Cincinnati 0 Oct 15 1LThe The court roon roonwe roonwu rosewas
we wu crowded crow ied when th tM trial of Miller and andJohns sadohns d dJohna
Johns J charge with confpiracy and brib bribery brlbeor bribr ¬
ery o r to the pDBtai ease ca was resumed to today to today toay ¬
d day ay Ths Th government continued it its evi evidence evidence e eence ¬
dence d ence The emphatic rulln ruling of Judge JudgeThompson JuqThopeon JudgeThompson
Thompson especially espe ciall = on crossexamina crossexaminatlou
tlou t iui against taking time with incompe incompetent incompeent ¬
tent t ent testimony were repeated a and at attimes attlJft atimes
times tlJft t counsel for QI the detenee d were rep reprimanded reprunanded repinanded ¬
rimanded rimandedC r
C A A G Christtsiiey who was the first firstassistant flntaaslatant firsttatsnt
assistant a tatsnt attorney In the office of the as assjKant ua4tant assiatant
sjKant attorney general I neral for the postoffice postofficedepartment poatoftlcedeJlUUReat postofficedepartasat
department when D V MUle was the thesecond tilenecDd theecond
second s asalntant attorney in the same me of office ofke ofice ¬
fice f ice teatiOed to aU th the presentations and andconsiderations andC4ma1deraUo andenaideratloits
c considerations of the case of John V VHyan VJi Vityan
Ji Hyan a c qa v the turf eoSianrs eunnn lr Mtens i who whohad whobad whohad
had been using the mails in n book mak making makIng makng ¬
ing I ng Uc K dl not know of all the COilS correspondence co coIIron4ence COilSsrondszLce ¬
spondence between Miller and Ryan or orthe orthe Orhe
the t he tatters attorneys 8 Milter llisr did not notfchow notfohow nothow
how a htm m the reports ports of the Inspectors Inspectorstha iItorsb tors torstbllt
tha tbllt t b H = o mended that 41 a frand order ordershould ordershould orderahould
should be issued against the use of the themails themalls themalls
malls by Ryans concern concernHis concernm concernma
His Memory Failed FailedOn FaUedOn FailedOn
On crossexamination by Rullnson the thewitness thewltDesa thewithea
witness said Ryans attorney came with withthe withtbe Withthe
the highest recommendations and Millar Millarand Miurand Mlllrand
and Huebner Hu < bner assisted him Christiaacy Christianeyn
in i n considering the case of Ryan A Co
He did not know that Miller had h ever everrecommended E Yerrecommended everrecommendrd
recommended a fraud order In the Ryan Ryancase Ryant8JIe Ryanease
case After Ryan appear a appesrsd with his at attorneys attorneYII attorneys ¬
torneys before the witness there was no noagreement noqreemel1t noagreement
agreement at that Urn time to dismiss d dmni the thecase thecaee th5case
case and allow Ryan a Co C to continue continuethefcr continuetheir COnUfluetheir
their business Chrtstianeys Ci1J1tan recommen recommendation reoonimndatlon fn fndation ¬
dation was that the decision was contin contingent contlngtJt contingei ¬
gent gei upon ipo the subsequent subseue t report of the theInspector1 theInspectori
inspector The witness was shown the therecord therecord thtrecord
record book bo k of his office indicating that thatthe thaithe
the case had been dtsmisBed ed and he could couldnot couldnot Couldnot
not tell who made that record Millers Millersreports lltUerareporu MiLlerireporth
reports to o him were In accordance witS wltothOle witSthose
those of the inspectors
Christlancy next nf identified Icentln the letter letterthat letterthat letteltht
that b by wrote gtvtar dvt the stipulations un under under Under ¬
der which Ryan R an Co were allowed to tocontinue 10continue ICContinue
continue their business bual tkretwh U the mails 1DA1
Letters In Evidence EvidenceThe yIdenoeThe
The government then submitted letter
dated last February from Johes te Ryan Ryanat Rysat
at which time the latter tatt r was wasa a grand Jury Jurwltne jurjwitneei
witness wltne and the former wanted blat to tomeet tom tomeet
meet m t him half way By these letters
the government wanted to prove after
the I he ajfeged emwfiracy an ai effort Ubrtto fort to 0om 0ompromtse m mpromts mpromise
promise so o as to avoid prosecution
William 1 Vickery of otIElr issisi1l1e Zrsjmrlil I < > Ind Indore mdand
I and Robert N F Fulton 08tofttce > Inspect tnpectOrB I
ore testified as to t their work in lnv Inv1t1 Inv1t1ptlllg lnvsUstng ° stl stltiw
ptlllg tiw ii MSM of Millar Ner turf 3 John I
l reeling 1e Un8 all their meetings with the de del defendt
l fendantK ftl fendt John J Ryan and otters and 04
identifying the reports that they tb y had hadmade hadmadej ad admade I
made madej je 1 flberttf Cochran at Waskinetes WasMntrW u
PV P v Cafrer a c cleric rte In the th that poatoffltee poatofflteea
a at WaaWn Wnaton ton testified t teetiri unet to keeping be file filer a arecet
record r oT certain legal cases and to utah >
in inthe ijl entry indicating the th dismissal of
Ryf RYM but he said he mad such entries eatrf
Just j as directed by D V Millerwho Miller who fur furnteftM furr
nteftM r memorandum for the same sameTestimony mineTestimony 1M 1MTatimORy
Testimony Ruled Out OutWhen OutWheD OutWhen
When the court took Its recess rece It had hadtnder had41nd
Gft 41nd tnder advisement t the admission adJn1 10l1 of taU testimony taUl testSmony ¬
mony l Oa sfeowtnc that < John had hadMUdte4 solicited
the clientage of others othe as uell well aa Ryan
A Cn C on account of his alleged Influence Influencewith influencewith
with the postal department depart ot through Mil Mit1ev ¬
ler This nlslon exertion was wa argued argns at > length
but when court rt reconvened such test testm tt8t1 tt8t1n testipy
m n py was as not admitted a4IDLt Paul Kaiser Kaiserwft Raiserw
wft WU w tMn ett recalled recsIl and testified regarding
the disposition loQ of papers pa in the Ryan RyanPhe Ryancnvernmeat Ryanthen
Phe gnvernmeat then th closed and mo
u U ns to nonsuit non 4U1t > the cases of o both Miller
Jefcns JeII were overruled overruledRed OVetlUle4fted
Thifted Red States District Judge Jud e Anderson AndersonmwCordvtlle
f mwCordvtlle we Ind nd n was w the ftrst wlt
gwtor tot the defense and andteetlfled testified to tong
Ing ng the tit defendant Johns for years ea eawbOlle
to whose good reputation heretofore he hevJden heve
1 ve e evidence vJden Six lx other witnesses e also alsoJtlfled alllOtted
tified Jtlfled tted to the good reputation borne by
Jojrn JojrnSJJfS JoItMa JoItMSWjES 3obumSUESFORATBIG a
SJJfS SUESFORATBIG FOR ABIG A BIG SUM SUMMiss SUMMi SUMpiths
Mi Miss s Daly Brings BringsAction Action to Re Recover ReDOYer ReOover ¬
DOYer cover 147348 80 Against AgainstRevenue AgainstRevenue AgainstRevenue
Revenue Collector CollectorI
I An action involving IDVoIvtD L473480 was be beterda7 beUiSr
l UiSr yesterday terda7 in the federal ted ral court courtret courtMargaret
ret ret p PDa1y Daly wife of th the > late Mar Marcu atare MarCu
cu e Daly being plaintiff and E H HCalBster Flcanister
canister collector of internal revenue
is defendant ct The object of the suit Is Isto 18to Isto
to recover the sum named which w lch was waspaid wupaid waspaid
paid ttt January 102 as inheritance inheritancetax Inberlt nce ncetax
tax by the plaintiff as executrix of the theestate theestate theestate
estate and guardian of the children childrenThe childrenTJIe childrenThe
The ground for the demand Is that thatthe thattbe thatthe
the children who do not secure the theproperty theproperto theproperty
property left them until they reach the thenge theage theage
age of 10 years have only on a contingent
interest in their Inheritance tn erttance until that
time As the oldest heir is now only onlyyears 27 27years 27years
years of re e it is claimed that none of ofthe oflthe ofthe
the heirs has vested right lat In the inher ¬
itance and that the tax should be re refunded retunded refunded ¬
lthe funded Deputy Marshal Smyth served servedthe eervedu servedtb
the tb IIUW sisatU niraBMS t The Tb eaa case wilt W b tried
in Montana MontanaWife MoattanWIt ont aa
aaWIfe
Wife WIt Charges Char Cruelty
A divorce suit was w begun yesterday terda7
by Catheryn H Adams aga against Wit ¬
liam P Adams They were married rIed in insJt lai
i llaft sJt it Lake April Apr M lIe The com cornplaint
j plaint alleges aJI cruel and d inhuman treat treatment treatment trestmeet ¬
ment by defendant beginning soon soonafter soonaftel
after att th the inarriage The plalatifTn plalatifTnmaiden pla1aUjfmaiden pInS ttffs ttffsmaiden
maiden name was Hays which she asks asksto asksto
to have rsstored NIIMedTft rsstoredTw
Tw Tft T Itvorces es es126g Granted c1rtedJut1 GrantedJudge
Judge Hall HaUf jretery yesterday terda7 granted two de decueea deCN decrees
cueea in dfvdce iPee proceedings Theora TheoraSQreIuIc TheoraSQV5flSdH
Sovsnaon was granted a separation sepamatlosfrom
from Axel Z Sorenson on the theOf loharge lohargeof
of nonsupport nonsupportMay DeIIupportMay
May Gray was w given a similar decree decreeagainst decreeaealn decreeagainst
against aealn t Edward D Gray on the report reportof reportot
of f George G Armstrong Arm trone referee The Thecharge Thecharge
charge was that of desertion desertionCourt desertion08Qrt desertionOsurt
Court Motes Xo XoI KoteIn
I In Judge Morses es court yesterday the therxitminatlon thefXltmlnaUon theexitrniration
rxitminatlon of witnesses ea for th ue plain ¬
tiff was concMiid conc a motion to non nonBult DOnsuit nonsuIt
suit was overruled and the examlna examlnaI
I tion of witnesses for the defendant wa WM WMcommeD wascommencrd
I I commenced commeD < ed in die case of Samuel amuI 2Ac e
j In lntre tyre vs the th ° AJait Aja Mining company
I In Judge Halls Hall court yesterday ye terday the theexamination theexamination theexaminatiop
examination of witnesses wttDelleelwaa was conclud concluded ¬
I ed and arguments of counsel were sub submitted SUbI submitird ¬
mitted in the case of C F Loofbourow LoofbourowVB
VB JamesM James M Garey GareyBefore GareyBefore GareyBefore
I Before the supreme court yesterday
arguments were ere made de in the cases cas of of
i NtldenJudson NddtnJu Mn Drug company vs s the theI i
j I Commercial National bank of Ogden Ogdenand I Iand
I a and nd the Orient Mining
company vs vsI vsWilford S SI
I AViiford Ilford Frackelton The case of J R R RI
Jar Jars vis vs 8 the th e Sacramento 8acra 0 Gold Mining MInin MIninCompany
I company was dismissed dismissedHenry dlsaallI8eI dismissedHenry
Henry H Schepers a resident of 01
I Beaver county cotmt and a former cJtls citizen of ol
Germany was admitted to citizenship cltlzeDshtpesterda citizenehI I Iyesterday
j yesterday esterda in Judge Stewarts court courtKEGULAJt courtWI courtZGULAZ
WI e e1tEGULAJt
KEGULAJt DIVIDENDS DIVIDENDSNew
New York Oct U lIbe The regular div ¬
Wends of half of 1 per cent on Amalga Amalgamated Amafgamated enjgmated ¬
mated Copper for three months and of ofBO 01 r rcents
BO cents CEnt a share on Anaconda for six sixmonths 8ixmonth 1 1months
months were declared today todayFOUND todayFOUND todayFOUND
FOUND DEAD IN A DITCH DITCHDenver DITCHDenver PITCEDenver
Denver Coio Cub Oct lin Mrs Kate JCateonegan
Ix LonegaD oegan > with her 2yearold son 80nDd
Francis Dd in bier arms lost her way on onthe ontlW I Ith
the th prairfe taral litar ar thftf city last night in ina Ina I Ia
a snowstorm 8Dot DJ and fell into an irrigat irrigating trrIPttnlf irrtgating ¬
ing ditch it where both were found deal deartnda dea L
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the firm of JfliinjxuiMLU Zt Porshay were weretoday weretoday weretoday
today suspended I nd from r Its tis stock exchange exchangeprivileges exeh5D4privtlese exchangeprivileges
privileges This action ac en was taken Ha a aresult aneult aresult
result of an ha Investigation of certain certaintransactions certamIUlcttous certaintransaetonz
transactions by th the firm In San Francisco Franciscostreet Francicstreet c c8treet >
street railway Uway bonds bondsLeopold bondsLeopold
Leopold Zimmerman was suspended for forone forone I Ione
one year and Oguund H H Rosenblatt and andLeonard andLeonard
Leonard Sebafer were suspended for forninety forninety or orninety
ninety days each These Ih three men were werethe wrethe re rethe
the board members of f Zimmerman ZimmermanI ziminermirForshay AI AIi
I Porshay PorshayMessrs PonhayMeESrs ForshayMeters
i Meters Zimmerman Rosenblatt RoaenblaUSchater and andSchafer i iSchafer
Schafer were twandgnmy 1WDn4 ntny of acts ac l det detrimental detrimental detrirnental
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the excban exchange and d of conduct and pro proceedings pr prceedinp prcedlngs ¬
ceedings Inconsistent I with just and andequitable aDdequitaWe andequitable
equitable principle prind tff t trade In closing closingcertain cloaingcrtaln dosingcertain
certain contracts ntract In United Railroads RaUro vt vtSan vtSan t tSan
San Francisco bond Jf It when hen and as is issued 110ued Issued ¬
sued The complainant were E C CRandolph CRandolph CRandolph
Randolph Randolphi RandolphZlm RandolphZimmerman
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tween u is and certain cert parties with whom whomwe whomwe whomwe
we had contracts for or delivery to us of ofFrisco dFrlstO ctFr
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which the courts will have to decide The Thegovernors TbelIfovernol8 Thegovernors
governors of the stock exchange on com complaint complaint coinplaint ¬
plaint of the same Ule parties with whi whih whihwe h hwe hwe
we are In litigation took action In the thematter thematter thematter
matter adversely adver b to us And as there tbereis
is no appeal a 1 from the tbeaetlen action of the ttaeemor guy gojrernors guyernors
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OOM6TQGK coM TOCIC fllLVBR MINING COM COMPANY coxPANY CO COPANT
PANY Principal place pac of ot business busin Sail BaftLake 8aILake SailLake
Lake City Utah Cta Location IAcaUcmef ot mines VI VItab UItab Uta Utatab
tab Minta II4niusdtStriOt district Svntmit county Utah UtahNotiee OtaILHotlee YthNotlee
Notiee ia hereby gHNMi gi that at a meet meeting meetlwe meetins ¬
ins of the board of directors of the Corn Cornstock ComIItock Cossstock
stock Silver tlvcr Mlninir Company held at atSalt atSalt 1 1Salt
Salt Lake City Utah on the 30th day daySeptember da eI eISeDtlmber
September 1903 1 an assessment lhDcnt of ten < H Hconts II IInu iiiints
conts nu ner i share being asaesement No Nowa ft ftwas Cwas
was wa levied uoon the capital stock issued issuedand Iasueand
and outstandinx of tho company pay payable payIIble payiible ¬
IIble immediately Immedl toJ Operndorfer O tress treasure treaa1ttU ¬
ure 1ttU of t5 to minaiapar afc bis office of room roomKea roo
Kea 7 and ne L BwrMik E ik 1t huiidinc bulldt cor corner cor111ft coruse
use Main and pMonB geani ab streets San SanLake SaltLake SatiLake
Lake City Utah Lta ta Any stock upon which which3rd wblebald whictaid
< aid a aeiment ment ma may be unpaid on th thIrd th3rd
3rd day da of November No 1103 will be delhi delinauent dellnoUtlnt delhicuent
auent and advertised t for sale at public pubbauction
auction and unless payment paym nt is I made madetore b he hefore
for tore will be sold at mv m v office on the the21st the21st thi21st
21st day of November IMS 1 19 at 2 oclock oclockD
D m to nay r the delinquent assessment assessmenttosether aseessmenftoether assessmenttoaether
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1615 Bedford AV Avenue nue Pittsburg Pa August 21 1903
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tany years the pains of neuralgia neuralgiaept I
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oos and irritable and felt generally generallyliserable
I consulted my famDy famDyoctor
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me to take Paines Celery Com ComI
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I never had any y faith in fitmedicines Advertised Advertisedmedicines tI tImecii
medicines mecii ines Finally I tried a bottle bottleamd bottlend bottleud
amd I felt such aa improvement 1J1lpov Jllent that thatI
I continued to take it until 1 t had hadtaken hadtaJsen hadtaken
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taken three bottles It t completely completelyrestored completelyrestored
restored my health and I can sleep sleepnow sleepnow sleepnow
now ae well as any one My ly narvona narvonanees narvo uarvouiflees I Ine
flees s has disappeared and my i y appetite appetiteis apsthisfine
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many unreliable kinds kindsMaybe kindsMaybe kindsMaybe
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turned you against the name namereadymade namereadymade namereadymade
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tingly apply to our Custom CustomTailored CustomTailored CustomU
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1 on Wednesday the nst t day of October OctoberIMS etobe etobeINS ober oberat
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I Sock Stock ft Mining Exchange ExCha ge No 18 1 West Wel WelSecond
Second South SOUtb 8a1t SaLt ike City Cit Club tah the theundersigned theundenlped tt ttundersigned
undersigned will bell ell to the highest bid bidder biddel bkdet ¬
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the capital taj stock of the Ophir Queen Min Mining KiDS Mu ¬
lpg S company pany Certificate No 7 3ti 7i > for or 6080 6080snares 5080laares 50 50shares i
snares shares certificate No 737 for 5000 shares sharesor shareor
or so much thereof as may be necessary necessaryI ncessai ncessaito
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