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I X5he REPUBLICAN. B H LOQAN, UTAH, H ' I UTAH STATE NEWS. B B , Tlio Sunday schools of Sprlngvllle B I hnvo decided to get up n colobratton B- (or tho Fourth. H I Tho citizens of Mnntl nro hustling B I for tho Black Hawk encampment, B ' I and expect to land tho prize. B Thomas Joyce, tho oldest resident B of Wcbtr county, died nt Marriotts H bn tho 2Gth, at tho ago of 07. B Tho G-ycar-old son of Joseph Hare, B ot Park City, was kicked In tho head B by a horso, sustaining a fracturod ! skull. B Tho troublo between tho Ilocky B Mountain Doll Tclcphono company B and tho Salt Lako llnomen has boon B Bcttlod by arbitration. B Last year thero wero employed 14G B toachcrs In tho various county school B districts of Salt Lako county. Tills B fall tho teaching forco will number B Salt Lako morchants havo practl- B cally abandoned tho Idea of a halt B holiday on Wednesdays during tho B .summer season, a number of firms ro- B fusing to closo. B i A sovcro windstorm which visited B American Fork last week did much B damage to growing crops, whllo trees B wero blown down, doing much dam- B ago to telegraph and tolcphonc wires. B . Flro destroyed tho sheds, stables B and hay bolonglng to Aleck Dartcn B of Mnntl. Tho bucket brlgado pro- B ivcntcd any further damage Llttlo B 'boys and matches wero tho causo ot B ,tho flro. B I Tho city council ot Mnntl has do- B elded that puro, clear water shall B bo what tho citizens ot Mnntl can ox- B ipcct In tho very near future It Is B proposed to plpo tho water from near- B Iby springs. B Tho county clerk reports that 7,107 B .pounds ot grasshoppers havo been B caught by Ephrnim pcoplo, for which B they havo been paid 1 cont per pound B by tho county, and still thero aro plon- fl ty of hoppers In that vicinity. B Tho board ot county commissioners H of Savior county, as a board ot oquall fl ration, has passed upon tho assess es ments ot tho county for this year. BB Tho total valuation, outstdo ot some B railroad property, Is $1,932,209. BB Tho story comes from Modcnn that BB -whllo Indian Jack and his squaw BB wero working In tho Holds, their 3 B car-old son was killed by two older BB children, aged 4 and 7, who pounded BB tho llttlo ono to doath with rocks. BB Tho articles of Incorporation ot tho BB Denver, Northwestern & Pacific Rail- BB way company, better known as tho BB "Moffat" road, havo been filed with BB ' Secretary ot Stato Hammond. Tho BB capital stock ot tho company Is $20,- H ooo.ooo. BB A fatal accident occurred on tho BB Lucln cut-oft last week, when a 1G- BB yonr-ohl lad, namo unknown, was BB crushed to death undor tho wheels ot BB a work train. Ho was riding on tho BB pilot of tho cnglno and fell oft In front BB of tho wheels. Forty cars passed BB over his body. BB Two children, aged 4 and G, camo BB near bolng burned to death In Salt BB Lako City, tho mother having locked BB thorn In a room whllo sho went out to B work. Tho llttlo ones got hold ot tho BH matches and started a flro, and wero BB rescued by tho 11 ro laddies Just In BB ' tho nick of time. B A G-yonr-old girl of John Nlcholsen BH of Iluntsvlllo suffered n painful nc- B cldont last week, by getting her hand BH caught In a feed cutter. Tho mem- B bor was lacerated so badly that tho BH doctor waB obliged to amputate two BH of tho fingers. HH Klnoteon marrlago llconscs wero HB granted by tho county clerk of Salt HB Lake county ono day last week. This H doos not come up to tho record us. H tabllshed In Juno last year, when H twenty-six couples applied for and H rccelvod licenses In ono day. H. Maurice M. Itannoy, tho waiter who H was mysteriously assaulted In Salt L Lako City last April, his skull botng K crushod by somo unknown party, died BBV at tho stato mental hospital last BBg Saturday. Tho man nover recovorod BBJ his reason sulllclontly to tell who his BBJ assailant was. B The wool crop in Sovlor county B this season has exceeded that ot any BBJ , previous year. At tho olllco ot thy BB iDcnver & Illo Grando railroad In Sa- BH Ulna It Is said that 725,000 pounds of BBl wool havo been offered for shipment, BB valuod at between $90,000 and B $100,000. B D. A. Stark, a botlermakor em- H iployod In tho Southern Pacific shops BB 'at Ogdim. was probably fatally In- BB Jurcd whllo engaged In cutting oft BBT . Itlio boiler head of a locomotive, tho BMf jhund unexpectedly falling away, pin. BBr , nine him to the floor ot tho pit, hla BB head being badly crushed. BB Zncbarlah Hump, a ploncor ot 1851, B 'Is doad at Chester, doath being tho BBY 'rosult of Injuries sustained on May BBb I 24. Mr. Kump was standing upon a BBT , , chair on tho edgo of tho purch, trylnr BHa ' to arrange a roi, for a swing for tl BHb- ' t. .rr. children, whon tho chair slipped from BB n V BBBk under him, injuring his back. BBBBBB BBb ' AwBBBBBBr 'Uk- BBflBflHBBBBMBBHMtf'r:'7Ai) wtnv CRISIS HAS DEEN REACHED. i i Qre.it Land Dattle Between Japanese and Russians Expected Any Mo-' ment. Lieutenant Gonoral Sakhoroffs dis patch, received In St, Petersburg Mon day night, confirms tho belief that tho groat, dcclslvo battlo of tho cam paign between General Kuropatkln'a main army nnd tho armlos of Gen oruls Kurokt and Oku Is Imminent Tho thrco armies aggrcgato 300,000 men nnd their outposts aro today In touch all along tho lino. Tho Japancso evidently tried to draw Kuropatkln as far south as posslblo, holding out as lncontlvo a chock to tho advanco of Oku's main army. Nothing Is known In SL Petersburg of tho exact point nt which Kuropat kin's main forco Is concentrated, though It Is believed that n largo pari of tho Llao Vang forco has been moved to a point botwoon Kin Chau and Tn Tcho Klao. Tho loss of thrco vessels of tho Port Arthur fleet Is admitted to bo n so vcro blow, especially if not purchased by groator loss to tho Japancso than reported by Vlco Admiral Togo. CAUGHT IN TRAP. Thirty-three Workmen Meet Death as Result of Some One's Carelessness. Thlrty-thrco persons wero klllod by an nccldont which took placo noar Spanish Town, ten miles west of Kingston, Jamnlca, in tho main con duit of tho West India Klectrlc com pany, which operates tho stroot cars from Kingston, nnd tho shareholders of which aro principally Canadlnna. Noarly 100 laborers had been de tailed to rcmovo sand from tho enor mous plpo which is a inllo long nnd which convoys water from tho Jntnka on tho Hlo Cobro to tho turbines ol tho power Iioubu. Tho work had prac tically been completed when orders wero given to allow a small quantity of wntor to enter tho conduit. Through misapprehension, accident or care lessness tho full forco of water wns turned on, nnd n mad strugglo to cs capo by means of tho manholes en sued, with tho result thnt thirty-four persons woro killed. KILLED BY FIREWORKS. Three Meet fenth and Many Hove Narrow Escapes. Thrco persons wero killed nnd a half dozen wero Injured as a result of tho explosion of a small bundlo of Uroworks In tho storo room of tho Dia mond Fireworks company In Philadel phia. Tho dead: Jacob Jancovltch, aged 28 yoars; O. Herman, 27 years; Lena Scmpson, 21 years. Tho fire works concern occupies tho first floor of tho building. Tho second floor was vacant and tho third story was occupied by tho French Hat and Don not Kramo company. Jancovltch was tho proprietor of tho hat and bonnet concern and Dennan and Miss Semp son wero his employes. Theso threo woro tho only persons nbovo tho first floor. About a dozen persons wero employed by tho fireworks company. Victim of Blizzard Found After Long Search. Mall advices from eastern Montana say: W. D. Foster, coronor of Daw Eon county, returned from Thompson Crcok, about eighty miles northwest from Glendlvo, whoro ho had been called by tho finding of tho body of Thomas McWIIllams, who perished in tho storm of last March. McWIIllams left "Bar U." ranch on March 23 In a ono-horso buggy and was caught In ono of tho worst blizzards of years. Somo tlmo afterward his horso was found doad, but no traco of McWII llams was discovered until his mum mified body, enveloped in a fur coat, was found by a boy herding sheep. Ho was religious In llfo and In death, and tho skeleton fingers wero found clutching a hlblo. Tho body was burled in a tarpaulin at tho spot whero ho perished. Boy Kills Companion While HuntlnQ. A Phlllpsburg, Mont., speclnl to tho Butto Miner says: James Connors, aged 11, was probably fatally shot and Tom Turtle, aged 10, injured whllo hunting gophors on a ranch noar Prlhcoton, about sixteen miles from horo. The shooting was done by Arthur Scheor, another boy, and was entirely accidental. Young Scheor, coming In sight of a gopher, raised his rlflo to shoot and tho weapon was prematurely discharged thi bullet passed through Connors' body and then lodged lu tho body of Turtle. Train Crashes Into Open Switch, Sev eral Passengers Being Injured. A Billings special to tho Butto Min or says that passenger train No. 41 on tho Burlington & Missouri was wrecked UiIb side of Nowcastlo, Wyo., Monday morning, crashing Into an open switch and colliding with n train of stock cars on tho siding. Larry Holden and a waiter named Klnny wero Injurod. A groat number of passengers woro badly shaken up. Tho passenger engine and a box car woro badly wrecked. Haytl Must Make Amends. Advices from Berlin aro to tho of feet that tho govornment has decided to Bond a warship to Port nu Prince, Haytl, aftor having agreed with tho Fronch government thut a slmplo apology was not sufficient reparation on tho part of the govornment of Hay tl for tho recent atoning of tho French nnu Get man ministers by tho palneo gti'ird ut tint Hoytlcn capital 'What fti.m or ipipt'iin the twn piv I omnicide will di-inatul is nut yet known, but Grrjunny linB docided to I act harmonlous'y with Franco aatap - i ROOSEVELT AND FAIRBANKS STANDARD BEARERS CHOSEN BY REPUBLICAN PARTY. President Roosevelt and Senator Fair banks Reck.'vc the Unanimous Vote of the Delegates In Chicago. Tho National Republican conven tion has concluded Its labors, having chosen Theodoro Roosevelt for pres ident and Charles W. Fairbanks for vlco president, both nominees receiv ing overy vote In tho convention. When Governor Black of Now York made his spcoch nominating Presi dent Roosevelt to succeed himself as president, tho delegates In tho no publican convention proved thoro Is no absenco of enthusiasm In their ranks when occasion Justlflod exhibi tion of tho quality. For twonty-flve minutes tho groat throng told Its np- firobatlnn of tho convention's cbolco or prcsldont. Peace In San Domingo. Semi-official advices recolved at tho stato department givo In detail tho negotiations by which poaco was ac complished In San Domnlgo. Much credit Is given Cnptnin Dllllnghnin of tho Dotroit for tho services ho ron dorod whllo thoro. Tho writer says thnt ho feels huro "v can now oxpoct pcaco for a long tlmo, and that tho Murhlc B'VJronnt will consolidate tho country Tho pcoplo who could now start a rovolutlon havo ontorcd Into tho nbovo ngroement and ore dls guBted with JImlnoz. banks' namo wu tho signal foi cheers, which woro ronewod whon ho formally presented tho namo of the Indiana senator. Thero being no other nominations, Chairman Cannon declared "Charles W. Fairbanks of Indiana tho candi date of tho Republican party for tho tirm commencing March 4, 1005." Cortelyou Chosen Chairman. Georgo F. Cortelyou wns chosen chairman of tho Republican National commlttco nt a meeting held Just after tho adjournment of tho conven. tlon. In thanking tho commlttco for tho honor ho told tho members that, whllo ho would bo glad to havo tha benefit of their advice and counsel, ho Intended to bo chairman In fact, and would accept no dictation from nnyono, high or low. Ho told thorn that tho friends of tho lato chairman, Mr. Hanna, wero his friends, and hi asked for tho samo measure of con fldenco and support that had been PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT. Il"55'' 111 V When tho roll call began, stats tfter state cast their entlro voto for Roosevelt, Speaker Cannon announc ing at tho conclusion of tho roll call that Theodoro Roosevelt had rccelvod tho ontlro vote of tho convention, 094, and it only romalncd for him to an nounce his nomination for tho presi dency by tho Republican party. Whon Mr. Cannon nnnounccd that tho clerk would call tho roll for pre sentation of candidates for vlco pres ident, Mr. Hudley of Alabama, as bo fore on tho presidential roll call, an nounced thnt his state desired to waive Its right In favor of tho stato of Iowa. This meant Senator Dolll ver, who was to dollvor tho first nom inating spooch ot Senator Fairbanks of Indiana. The first mention of Senator Falr- gtvon to tho lato chairman. In con clusion ho sought tho advice of both old and now members. Mr. Cortelyou made no formal state ment of his plans. He resigned as sec retary of commerce and labor as soon os ho was elected chairman, tho resig nation to tako effect as soon as his successor quallflos, which will be about July 1. Thirty Die In Wreck. Thirty persons wero killed In a train wreck In tho provlnco of Toruet (ono of tho most mountainous In Spain, abounding In torrents). The train was derailed on n brldgo over the Jlloca rlvor nnd tho coaches wero burned. Tho brldgo took flro and tho cnglno fell into tho river, dragging a number of coaches behind It. Somo of tho coaches wore caught on tho projecting parts of tho brldgo and hung In midair, and passongcrs could bo scon Jumping Into tho river. Senator Fairbanks. Captives Will Be Set Free. Consul-Goncral Gummoro cables tho stato department, from Tangier, that Shuck Vadal has consented to havo Pordlcnrls and Vnrloy and tho ran som oxchanged within his territory, provided tho Moorish government will enter Into a written obligation that ho nnd his peoplo not horoaftoi suffer tho consequences. Tho necessary plodgo has boon authorized by tho forolgn minister, nnd Mr Gummoro expects that tho prlsonom will bo ro leased at once. RUSSIA LOSES A SHIP PERESVIET 8UNK NEAR EN TRANCE TO PORT ARTHUR. The Sevastopol Also Disabled and a Cruiser Seriously Damaged, the Japanese Vessels Escaping With Slight Damages. The news comon from Toklo thnt Admiral Togo reports that on Thurs day, Juno 23, bis patrol boat discov ered tho battleship Percsvlot and sovon other vessels, accompanied by nlno torpedo boat destroyers, noar tho entronco to Port Arthur harbor. Thoy warned him wlrolcssly nnd ho Immediately advanced his entire fleet, oxcopt thoso ongaged upon special duty. Tho RusslanB stopped outsldo tho entranco to tho harbor, and aftor nightfall a Hoot of Japancso torpodo boat destroyers rosolutcly attacked the Russian ships and succooded In torpedoing and sinking a battleship of tho Peresvlet typo and disabled jtho battleship Sovastopol. A cruiser of tho Diana typo was observed burning, towed Into tho harbor on Friday morning, nnd It was evident sho had sustained serious damage The Japancso ships sustained llttlo damage. Tho torpedo destroyer Shlrakumo was hit by a shell which fell In tho cabin, nnd had thrco men killed nnd thrco others wounded. Tho Chlflorl, n vessel of tho samo class, was hit behind tho cnglno room, but no cas ualties resulted thorefrom. Two tor pedo boats woro slightly damaged. Tho Japanobo forco3 nro twolvo mllos from Port Arthur, the wholo mnlo population of which, from tho ago of IB upward, Is under arms. Tho women aro assisting In tho work of completing tho defenses. Civilian cy clists occasionally establish commu nication with tho outsldo world. Victim Fixed the Noose. Stirling Dunhnm, a negro, charged with criminally nssmtlting tho 14-year-old daughter of John Wilson, n whlto man, near Bollfontalno, Miss., two weeks ago, and attempting to criminally assault thrco young ladles named Dunn near Europla, nil during tho courso ot tho samo day, was hanged In tho public squaro at Euro pla, Miss, Sunday, by n mob. Tho noose was placed about tho negro's neck by tho llttlo Wilson girl, who positively Identllod him as hor as sailant. Tho negro was then placed on tho back of a horse and at a signal from tho leader of the mob tho llttlo Wilson girl lod tho horse from under him. Over One Thousand Perished. That more than 1,000 persons per ished In tho burning of tho excursion steamer General Slocum Is now prac tically certain. According to an ox haustlvo report mndo by Pollco In spector Schmlttborger on tho numbor of doad, missing, jnjurod and unln lured in tho disaster It appears that 938 bodies havo been recovered nnd that nlnety-threo porsons absolutely known to havo been nboard tho vessel aro still unaccounted for, bringing tho total mortality of tho disaster up to 1,031. Thoso Injured numbered 179 and of the throng of fully 1.G00 who ombarked on tho excursion of St. Mark's church but 23G oscapod with out injury. A Small-Sized Scrap. Tho Japanoso legation at London has received a dispatch from Toklo announcing that a detachment of tho Takushan army surprised and routed a squadron of Itusslan cavalry, ten miles northwest of 6an Tao Kow on tho Ha Clio Klao road at dawn Juno 23, nnd also occupied tho heights north thereof, oxpolllng tho Russians, who loft sixty doad on tho flold. Most Important Contest of War Ex pected to Take Place Soon. Tho armies of Genoral Oku and General Kurokl, aggregating at loast six divisions, nro confronted by tho hugo forco undor General Kuropatkln. Tho tension at Llao Yang Is most acuto at tho approach of tho most Important battlo of tho war, in which threo times tho numbor of troops on gagod nt KIu Lion Cheng, Kin Chcu nnd Vafangow will tako part Tho proximity of tho rntny soason makes tho battlo unavoidable. Heavy Rains Delay Harvest Tho Kansas wheat harvest will bo dolayod many days on account ot Saturday's heavy rains, In somo parts of tho stato tho wheat la badly brokon down, but as a wholo Is not materially damaged, as It was not doad ripe. All tho lowlands around Llndsborg aro covered with water. This Is In tho center of tho wheat bolt. Tho Republican and Smoky Hill rlvors nro rising at an alarming rata nt Junction City. Much wheat will bo dostroyed In that vicinity. Child Perished In Blazing Building, In a flro which dostroyed tho homo of Chapel Salcldo, In tho outskirts of Pasndonn, Cal., Snlcldo's Infant daughter wns burned to death and his wlfo oovorely Injured. Tho child wns pslcnp on tho second floor whon tho dwelling caught flro. Mndo fran tic by Its screams of pain and terror, tho mothor fo' -lit her way through tho flames to lu rescue, but was driv en back, sovcroly burned. Salcldo was away from homo at the tlmo. Tho child's body was consumed. TRAQEDY IN SKY-SCRAPER. Man 8hoota Woman and Himself and Then Jumps from Eleventh Floor. Charles Swayzo, employed by a i llfo Insurance company, nnd former acslstant superintendent nt tho Do. trolt bouso of correction, shot Miss: Efflo Alvord twlco whllo tho couple wero In a private ofllco In tho com pony's sulto on tho eleventh floor ot tho Chamber of Commorco building, In Chicago, and then Jumped from tho window himself. Miss Alvord was shot In the neck nnd wrist but not seriously hurt, It is reported. Occupants of a building across tha street from tho chamber of com mcrco say that Swayzo attempted to throw Miss Alvord out of tho wln dow. Her head and shoulders wero seen across tho ledgo and sho was fighting desperately. Then tho couplo disappeared from tho window, and the shots rang out, followed by Swayzo's mad plunge. Tho couplo had bcon Intimate for yoars and had quarreled, which led to tho tragedy. FORCED TO LEAVE HOME. f Tellurlde Merchant Warned by Com- (I mlttee to Get Out of Town. if A special from Tcllurldo, Colo., H says that Harry A. Floaten, a mer chant, who was deported by tho mil ltary two weeks ago nnd who ro- T turnod homo Thursday night, depart ed again Friday aftor being waited upon by a commlttco of fivo citizens who warned him that his llfo would bo In peril If ho remained in Tcllu rldo. Upon nrrlvlng homo Mr. Floaten was arrested and detained more than an hour, but no chargo was preferred against him. Ho said ho was advised by Acting Governor Hnggott to re turn as tho deportation of citizens by tho Citizens' Alllanco would havo to bo stopped. Tho only accusation mndo against Floaten by Captain Bulkeley Wells, who ordered him to lcavo beforo martial law was sus I ponded, vns that ho received on de posit at his storo funds of tho local m minors 'union and transacted bust- u ncss for thnt organization. 9 CHANGE IN CABINET. Moody, Morton and Metcalf Gather H the Plums. K A sweeping chango in tho cabinet f, of President Roosevelt was an- B nounccd officially at tho whlto house h Friday. Tho announcement came In tho form of a brief typewritten state- ment Issued by Secretary Loeb, as fol- lows: T U "Tho following cabinet appoint- R ments aro announced: B "William H. Moody of Massachu- setts, attorney general. B "Paul Morton of Illinois, secretary of tho navy. ft "Victor H. Metcalf of California, secretary of commerco and labor. I, "Tho resignations of Secretary Cor- j tolyou and Attornoy Genernl Knox H havo been accepted, to tako effect a July 1." B Butte Man Murdered by Woman. With a bullet In hla left lung and another In tho hoad, Richard J. Fin tic- gan, In a dying condition, was dls- ft covorcd In a houso In Butto. Ho at first refused to say who shot him, but when bo realized that death was near i bo weakened nnd, In a signed stato- i ment, says Mrs. Lizzie Morrison shot 5 at him four times during a Jealous rago. Sho Bhot at him twlco as ho If lay In bed, but tho fatal wounds woro I Inflicted as Flnnegan struggled on tho J floor with tho woman. Flnnegan Is i a married man who recently camo I hero from Chicago, whero ho has a I wlfo and flvo children . M PERDICARIS 18 FREE. V"? Moorish Robber Paid the Ransom De- manded for His Release. 1 Consul-Goncral Gummcro, In a cablo dispatch to tho stato depart- ment, dated Tangier, says: ' Ion Pordlcarls and Cromwell Vor- ley, who woro captured by bandits, havo nrrlved hero. Pordlcarls is much fatigued after his long rldo, but said ho Is glad to get back. Ho is greatly i pleased with tho reception nccorded I him by tho townsmen, who mot him I In groat numbors. I Stage Robber Captured. Tho man who held up nnd robbod tho stago noar Silver City, Idaho, Vcdnosday morning, was capturod ubont ten mllos from Jordan Valloy, Jj Oro., on the Jordan Crook road by Tom Skinner nnd another man, on Q Friday. Tho robber gavo his nnmo as William McNally, and said he waa a stranger In that section, having ro- I ccntly arrlvod from Battlo Mountain, Nov. McNnlly sold his horso in Jor dan Valloy and half an hour aftor ho left tho town a poaso camo upon tho scono and soon ovortook him. War Breaks Out In Kentucky. Sheriff Callnhan and soveral men connected with tho Hnrgls feudists aro surrounded by a numbor of tho b Cock: ill fnetionlsta In tho mountains (' near Jnckson, Ky., and aro fighting jj for their llvos. It Is reported that two jj pf tho sborlff's men havo boon mot- 1 tally wounded. When tno fight bo- I gan. Callahan, wlfn Captain Mllllkon jj of Wllmoro nnd a bnnd of nrm with g two bloodhounds, waa In pursuit ot H tho two men who, It Is bo'toved, shot 9 and killed n man whllo ho was hoo- g inc corn on his farm.