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THE SALT LAKE TIMES; FJilDAY. J UNE 27, 1890. 2 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ADVERTISERS OF f'IRSTCLASS CITY. The Times commends to its patrons the Business and Pro fessional men whose cards ap-pear below. ACCOUNTANTS. haeby"k"beowne, KXPEKT ACCOUNTANT, AND 1HSU, M51 south Main St. The very best of city reference given. ARCHITECTS. PEED A. HALE, (LATE Or DENVER.) ARCHITECT OP COMMERCIAL BLOCK, 80, Wasatch building. WHITE & ULMER, ARCHITECTS AND SUPERINTENDENTS. and 411, Progress Block, Salt Lake Cltv. . FOUNTAIN LUNCH STAND, BEER, PROPRIETOR, NO. 116 SOUTH BJ.Main street. Short order meals at all hours. Commutation Tickets 15. M. LEVEY, IN CAST OFF AND SECOND DEALER highest cash price paid for same ; notice by mall promptly attended to ; all kinds tailoring done. 89 w. First South street. STAMPS AND BKALS. jTTmurphFTc " STAMPS AND NOTARIAL RUBBER Agents for the Abbott Check Per-forator, Salt Lake City. stenography. fTeTMoGTOEIN, official steanndographer; all kinds Typewriting. Dealer in Remington Typewriter and supplies; Progress building. "iiToks. W. A, TAYLOR, TAILOR. NEW SPRING MERCHANT arrived. 43 and 45 east Second South street, Salt Lake City. TRUNKS. HULBEET BEOS MANUFACTURERS OF FINE TRUNKS, sample trunks and cases to order; repairing a specialty; 87 west First South street. , WATCHMAKERSANI) JEWELERS. dWhuIeIaW&sons, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKERS. jewelry repaired and cleaned. A full line of ladles' and gents watches. No. 10, East First South street, Salt Lake City. ' T. M. SURBAUGH, ITUNE AMERICAN WATCHES, CLOCKS, ' Jewelry: watch repairing a specialty; prices reasonable; 75 west First South street Salt Lake City. Utah. "miscellanicocsT PICKEEILL & SH0WELL, "TIOR SCAVENGER AND GARI A3E WORK J1 leave orders at 143! Main street. J. HANSEN, '(t.ATB Off CHICAGO.! A KCHITCT AND SUPERINTENDENT, 1Y has removed his offices to 7, Second South, room )t8. MBS. WILCOX, FINE DRESS MAKING A JADIES' Riding habits and tailor made sulta. frf and 59 East Second Smith street. AGENCY WARWICK HIGH-GRA- DE SAFETY BICYCLE. I carry a stock of SAFETY BICYC LES a SS.OO, $38.00, $40.00, $60.00, $75.00, $118.00, $135.00, TRICYCLES and VE-LOCIPEDES. In purchasing from me you have a stock to select from and do not have to wait. Largest Stock and Lowest Prices on Sport-in- g Goods, Guns, Cutlery, etc. SHOT-GUN- S AT COST. Bicycle and Gun Repairing. Agent CALIGRAPU WRITING MACHINE . Carbons, Ribbons' and Paper. M. K.. EVANS 23 W. 2d South street. Salt Lake City COHNJ3.R03 New Fresfr Good, FOR VERY LITTLE MflKFYi Best Sateens at half price. We offer 100 pieces English Cashmere Umbre Sateens at lg.u The styles are the newest and the quality the very best " selling price of this Sateen was 85c. . 1 ne regu 75 pieces wide corded Challies at 8 Jo per yard. This is the besti. in Challies we hare offered this season. H h Sateens in good French designs, at lie per yard- - our Sateen, egulM Summer Silks. Our entire stock of this season's importation of Canton, Shanghai anese Lyons Printed Silks is now offered at a reduction of a J Our $1 qualities at 75c. -- : -- : Our $1.25 quaWJf Parasols. We offer a large lot of Colored Moiro Parasols at 65c each; tho best for the money in this country. rara 100 Black Gloria Silk 24-inc- h, gold-tipp- ed Parasols at $1.25. Wo ready sold over 600 of this style, and this is tho last lot wo shaiT this season. ot Also a lot of Colored Twilled Surah Parasols at $1.15. A lot of Plaid and Striped Surah Silk Parasols at $3; marked down ton Hosiery at half Price. 100 dozen Misses Fast Black Ribbed Hose, 3 pairs for 25c. A lot of Misses' German Black Ingrain Ribbed Hose, at 20c; reduced fr 35c. Ladies' very line French Drop-stitc- h Lisle Hose, black Gaiters with fa colored tops, this season's best styles, at 50c; were 75c. 0 Men's British Socks, 3 pairs for 35c. , Men's German Socks, in Modes and Tans, 3 pairs for 60c. Men's French Balbriggan Undershirts and Drawers at 90c per suit. French Sateen Blouse Waists At $1.25 and $1.50. Summer Outing Flannel Blouse Waists at $1.25, $2, $2.75 and $1. Striped Silk Blouse Waists at $5. Ladios' White Derby Waists at $1.50; warranted perfect in fit aud flnis'ii Ladies' White Basques at 90c, $1.25, $1.50, $2, $2.25, $2.75, $3 and $3.50. Our entire stock of Ladies' and Misses' Jerseys has been marked down less than cost. Laces and Embroideries. We offer about 150 pieces very choice Torchon Laces, in widths from to inches, at 6c, 7Jc and 10c per yard; marked down one-thir- Embroidery Flouncings. 45-in- India Linen Flouncings, deep hem-stitch- ed border, fine Embroider at 85c, $1, $1.25 and $1.40 per yard. , Bathing Suits. We are showing a full stock of Bathing Suits. The lines of sizes are cm plete, and prices reasonable. COEDS7 BEOS. ATTORNEYS. wBllImTondonI TAWYKR. R(X)MS 14 AND 15 UTAH Co. Building, cor. Commercial and First South streets. Elevator at Commer-cial street entrance. S. A. MERRITT, ATTORNEY, ROOMS 610 611, CITY building. John M. Bhkkze, James A. Williams BREEZE & WILLIAMS, ATTOKNKYS-AT-LAW- , ROOMS 314 315, 0. W. POWERS, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW- , OPPOSITE Second South street. GUMMING & CEITOHLOW, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW- , ROOMS 4 AND 5, 1 Main street. M. E. McENANY, ATTORNE PROGRESS floor. THE COTTAGE, WINES, CIGARS AND LIQUORS, CHOICE opposite the Utah & Nevada depot, 3. Sullivan, proprietor. THE TWO PHILLIPS PLAGE. BRANDS OP IMPORTED CHOICEST and Cigars. Sohubter Phklps, proprietors, 63 E Third South street, 8alt Lake City. B0UD0LE SALOON, 39 MAIN STREET, SALT LAKE CITY, NO.Utah. Htllstoad & Co., dealers In Wines. Liquors and Cigars. Salt Lake City Brewing Co's celebrated beer on draught. MOSHER, FLOOD & CO., MIRROR SALOON, City. 135 MAIN STREET, THE PHffiNIX SALOON, PEACOCK, PROPRIETOR, 238 STATE TE. Ice cold Beer on draught; choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. STONE FRONT SALOON, CHOICE LIQUORS AND CIGARS. HALLIMAN & Co., 270 S. Main st. THE OCCIDENTAL, GOODS ONLY AND OF THE BEST PURE Studious Attention. Anna & Murphy, Proprietors, No. 18 east First South street, Salt Lake City. GLUT HOUSE BAB, 97Q MAIN STREET. A. J. TAYSTJM IO Proprietor. MACHINERY. stlTeeIbeos., TRON WORKstSa,mMACHINE SHOP AND engines, mining and mill lng work. No. 149 west North Temple street; Telephone No. 469. MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING, A. H. COHN, HMIE ONLY LADIES' TAILOR IN THE I city. Ladies desiring the latest styles aud fashions will do well to call on him. No. JSS East Secoud South, rooms 3 and 4. NEW YOBK MILLINEE & DRESS-MAKING. YOU WANT A PERFECT KITTING G AR-ID IF ent call on Ella HtlliH, 44 Wasatch bidld-In- H. T. Taylor's celebrated system. Take elevator. MONEY TO LOAN. 7mcga1S MONEY LOANED ON WATCHES , and Jewelry; also a tine line ot Watches, Jewelry, Revolvers and Charms for sale cheaper than anywhere in the west. ' 'MO south Main st one door north Walker House. I. WATTEES, BROKER, 31 E FIRST SOUTH STREET, Deseret National Bank, Salt Lake City. Makes loans on Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry; rents collected; railroad tickets bought and sold: business confidential. Es-tablished 18M. All unredeemed pledges sold at Vol f low rates. MUSIC MTcMrolsoN TEACHER OF VIOLIN. GUITAR AND Olson's orchestra and brass band. Residence, 85 M street, Slst ward. Leave orders at any of the music stores, or at Sharp & Younger's Palace drug store. SIGN0EG. FEEEAEI, TEACHER OF VOCAL MUSIC, WILL GIVE in singing, having a thorough ed ucatton in classical music In the Italian school. Room 39, Scott- - Auerbach building. l'AINTERSAND DECORATORST PETEESON & BEOWN, SIGNS, 93 WEST FIRST SOUTH STREET, Lake City. PLUMBING A. J. BOUEDETTE & 00., PLUMBERS, STEAM AND GAS FITTERS Jobbers. 1east Second South street, Salt Lake City. Telephone No. 431. JAMES FENWIOK, PRACTICALPLUMBER, STEAM AND GAS 61 East Third South street, Salt Lake City, Utah. ; P. J. MOEAN, STEAM HEATING ENGINEER, 859 MAIN Salt Lake City. PLATING. notcltFmantjt GOLD, SILVER AND NICKEL PLATING the Dynamo Process. All kinds of repairing done with neatness and dispatch. Knudson Bhos, 61 E 3d South. Fkiysicians. DE. G. J. FIELD. WASATCH BUILDING, LATE OF ST O Louis DE. J. S. BLACKBURN & 00., HERNIA SPECIALISTS; RUPTURE cured without surgical operat- ion.- us E. First South St., opp. the Theater. DES. FBEEMAN & BUEEOWS, 17 YE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT. SPECTA-JWcle- s accurately fitted. Rooms 17 aud 18, h building. reale"stateand6ans W. P. D0DDS, REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. collected. 76 E. First South street. Aoom o. Jos. A. West. Emil Bahlockeb. JOS. A. WEST & CO,, TMPLOYMENT AND REAL ESTATE XU Agents, 11 west South Temple street. UARBERS. ELITE BAEBEB SHOP. GENTLEMEN WISHING A NEAT SHAVE to call on us. W. T. Stbad-roBD- , Proprietor, b', eanl Third South street HLACKSMITHsT J. A. PAUST, BLACKSMITH AND CARRIAGE MAKER. made In horseshoeing and tire setting. Cor. 1st So, and 2d West streets ROOKS AND STATIONEYi D. M. McALLISTEE & CO., BOOKS, STATIONERY, TOYS, Utah Views, Mormon Publications, Periodicals, Magazines, etc., 73 Main street BOOT AND SHOE MAKING. ErNS0NBE0S SHOE MANUFACTURERS, 49 W. FIRST street. Our own make of ti shoes are forging ahead. Repairing neatly executed THEPAEAG0N IS THE BEST AND CHEAPEST PLACE for Shoe Repairing. 11 west South Temple street. t PInmljers, S- Fitters Dealers in all Kinds of Lift and Force Pumps Orders taken for Drive and Dug Wells Cesspools built and Connections made 139 Main Strret, oop. Auerbach Bros, . Telephone 200, Patronize a Home Industry. Salt Lake Lithographing and Publishing Co. Lithographers, Printers, Blank Books Mak and General Stationers. Engraved Calling Cards and Wedding Invitations. WE ARE NOW IN OPERATION and ready for ZZorders. Elegant Work at Reasonable Prices. No. 11 West First South street-- H. H. VAN CLIEF, Manager. The Inter-Mounta- in Abstract i (INCORPORATED.) Capital,$lOO,G0( We are prepared to furnish complete abstracts for all estate in Salt Lake'county. THOMAS HOMER, MaW Office 333 Main street, under Bank of Salt Lake. CIVIL ENGINEERING. CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS. laid out and platted. Rooms 614 and 615 Progress building: P. O. box 627. Salt Lake City, Utah. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. BOBINSON & SJ0BL0M, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. OFFICE general jobbing, pattern making; Agents for folding bath tub. 174 west First South street. J. 0. DOWLING, CARPENTER, CONTRACTOR & BUILDER, executed ; fitting up stores aud counter making a specialty. aS3 W. First South street. GEOEGE BOGGS & 00., CCONTRACTING AND BUILDING, FITTING J Stores and offices a specialty. 157 State road, between First and Second South street. Salt Lake City, Utah. ENGRAVING. J, JEPPEESON, PRACTICAL SCULPTOR AND CARVER, North Temple street. J. W. WHITEOAE, DESIGNER AND building. ENGRAVER ON WOOD. FLORISTsT 0. CEAMEE, FLORIST, DECORATOR AND DESIGNER, designs a speoialty. Park avenue, entrance, East Second South street, Salt Lake City. .. ... FURNITURE.- SANDBEEG PUBNITUEE 00., MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN School Desks, Screen doors and Windows. Jobbing aud re-pairing promptly attended to. 1U8 and 110 W. South Temple street. ' GROCERIES. " W, E, D. BAEiETTTllgnr CGROCERIES FRUITS, POULTRY, PRO-- J vMous. Flour, Feed and Fresh Meats: 59 east Third South street ; telephone 454. EOGEES & COMPANY, THE LEADING street. GROCERS, 45 EAST FIRST PEED G. LYNGBEEG, QTAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, Fruit. Vegutables, Poultry, Fish Game. etc. 53 east First South street. Tele-phone 68. john Mcdonald & sons, 17INE TEAS AND COFFEES A SPEIALTV Main street. J. H. CLAEK, ' JUEEN STAPLE AND FANCY GROPE-.,2t,8',t''ut,- South street--p'XO'rldyers d Fish, No. 58 west by telephone promptly attended to. (lm) 0. M. HANSEN, DEALER IN CHOICE FANCY GROCERIES corner Tmhylird:,rSaoli-ut-h Caouadl Satmatie Kindling Wood street. ' M. TOBIAS & SON; ' DEALER IN FANCY GROCERIES Bt'T- - A 11 goods deliverpedIttroya.nyFrpuairtt aoufdthVeecgiettayb. leNso 918 south First East street. ELI L. PEICE, GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, 354 MAIN LIQUORS AND CIGARS. "COMMERCIAL SALOON FAMILIFS n!iiSVVplJe4 Cur-- First Soutl1 aua Conune'r-iia- , streets. Agricultural College of Utah. The Agricultural College of Utah, L0. cated at Logan, Utah, will Open for Students on September 2nd. It Is a Territorial Institution, a United States land grant and by Tutorial appropriations' for the purpose of givinir Vh young men and young women of Utah and practical education In the several nursuiS and professions of life. It has courses in Ag- riculture, Domestic Economy, Mechanic Arts and Mechanical Engineering, Civil Enirine; lng and other special courses. has a modern equipment and specialists In its several fields of instruction Its means or illustration Incl ude the United States Experiment Station ard ics work of in agriculture; a fine f irm, lncludlnir hor cultural grounds, equipped with modem appl ances; a cooking, dairy, cutting and se ing department, workshops in wood and iron linu1urraMon7,mUSeUInS and tlier maans Miud,Mnts. wi.U 1)6 ?P ln constant contact of schoolroom teachings throughout its four years courses. For pamphlet containing announcements and for further particulars, address, J. W. Sandborn, President. NOBLE, ffOMi; He 8b! Exclusive Hatters !n Salt Lake Yonman's Celebrated Hats, best in thewo-- THE SYNDICATE INVESTMENT CO., T BAL ESTATE, 279 MAIN STREET. IN-Af- c vestments for non residents a specialty. YEADON & HEATH, S ah h KNT1 V0R SUTH MAIN STREET See them for this and othe properties, 150 Main street. S. F. SPENCER & CO., T?EESTATii LOANS, INVESTMENTS south Main street, Salt Lake Cltv Compete list ot city and acreage property. ALFRED DUNSHEE,. R F'm,' K?TATKl LOANS, INVESTMENTS Lake,yMutah,:tr0Ct' i J. G. JACOBS & 00. T?KhniMiSTAJK DEALERS, 147 PROGRESS iin "1,.lln'r.him' tor pronprJv parts of the city; also choice baiSs iu business and farm property. H. C. LETT & SON, 1VEALEKS l REAL ESTATE, CITY ANn THE MIDLAND INVESTMENT CO, BALnaVNS ,N IiKAL ESTATE LOANS Insurance. No. 177 Main street. BURTON GR0ESBECK & 0(L KKSa1.KSe'1cl-tVt:-- .A,M STREET. Telephone ! ' Nt"u'y m offlce-- KESTAlRANTS. SALT LAKE WATTLE 4OTOPioum MEp rAXsLH0FRSFR0M '3 CENTS loS, proprietor! Street- - J Sen- - GLOBE CAFE, S. iVWUKS Geo. M. Scott, Jas. Glendennino, fl.S.rW President. Vice-Preside- Secretwy GEO. M. SCOTT & CO. (INCORPORATED.) "DEALERS IN-- Hardware and Meta Stoves, Tinware, Mill Findings, Etc. Vtmi?nSJFORtlieI)ode Wood Pey, Boebling's Steele WW erf ZyTn M.and Enine 0iIs. Hercules Powder, Atlas Engines f MfaervSfl18 v0"' uBufEal 8cales. Person Horse WMm.BIi Tools, Etc. 168 MAIN STBSET, Salt Lake City, - - A2 M. STULL & COMPANY, FIIE INSURANCE AGE1 First-Cla- ss Board Companies Represented. No. 22 East First South St.. Salt Lake City, i l'ARK CITY SEWS, Items of Interest From Hie Lively Mining . Cftinp. - ' Park Cut. June 37. Special corre-spondence Mr. tiorlinski, of. Salt Lake, has been in tho Park for several days. Ho returned home last even-ing. Tho Apex will begin shipping ore to-morrow. C. A. Tewksberry and M. V. Kice are in Salt Lake today. Miss Jessie Quinn returned to her home at Lake Flat. She has been at-tending school at Salt Lake. The ore shipments today are: Daly, 117,800 pounds; Ontario. 05,400 pounds; Crescent Concentrates, 79,050. The funeral of Nora Judge was held this afternoon, instead of yesterday, owing to the parents not arriving here until last evening. Pace & Archibald's store at Snyder-vill- o was broken into Monday even-ing and $50 worlh of goods taken. No clue to the perpetrators. At Echo yesterday two tramps board-ed the Park City Express and stole two grips belonging to Kouto Agent Bureh of tho Express company. Mr. An net, manager of the Rocky Mountain Boll Telephone company, with headquartors at Salt Lake, spent yesterday in Park. The new lino to Salt Lake will bo completed shortly. Mr. Bailey, agent of the Continental Oil company at Salt Lake, was in the Park yesterday. He has established an agency here, and will build a store house iu tho lower Union Pacific yards. Hotel arrivals: M. Woolf and son, New York; S. W. Peters, Chicago, 111.; Clarence Orange, S. M. Bailev, Oeorge Rhode, J. M. Kelley, Itobt. KeHey, C. B. Weeks, Salt Lake. GENERAL TELEGRAPH. Woman Dies for a Dog An Open Switch-lightn- ing's Work in North Carolina. CHIMES AND CHIMIN ALS. The World's Columbian Exposition The Committee Is Investigating Casualties, . ' Columbus, O., Juno 27. Mrs. Cath-erine Bagley, aged 57, while attempt-ing to rescue a favorite dog who was playing on the railroad track last night, was struck by a Pan-Handl- e train at the Dennisou-avenu- e crossing and in-stantly killed. Crimes and Criminals. Fort Smith, Ark., June 27. Mack Irvin, a young man from Texas, was found dead by tho roadside on Sunday evening near Antlers, Choctaw Nation. Ho had been waylaid and assassinated. Lexington, Ky., June 27. Owen Bradley, the race-hors- o trainer who shot and killed Price Jenkins here two weeks ago, was held this afternoon in $5000 bonds lo appear before the next term of the circuit court. Emzabktiitown, 111., June 27. Marsh Angleton, was assassinated near his homo in the upper part of Hardin county today, lie was shot from ambush with a shotgun, tho en-tire charge taking effect in the breast and stomach. It is impossible for him to recover. ' Nevada, June 27. Burt Thomas, aged 13 years, while visiting at a neigh-bor's named Emanuel Koberts, was shot in tho back and killed today. Tho Piobertsos claimed that Burt was alone at the time. James Koberts, aged .18 years, is held for the killing pending a coroner's inquest. i, FOLLOWED HIM TO ANOTHER STATE A Plucky Iowa Schoolmistress Sues llur Recreant Lover In Indiana. Indianapolis, June ST. Miss Lillian llanley of Central la, 111., filed suit iu the United States court this afternoon against F. M. Ferguson of Bedford, this state, claiming $1)0,000 damages for breach of promise of marriage. Miss Hanley is a graduate of tho state university of Iowa, is 21 years of ago and a school teaclrer by occupa-tion. Tho defeudant is a wealthy rail-road extractor. The complaint alleges that Ferguson became engaged to her April 20, 1889, and the fall of that year he expended $000 for a wedding trous-seau for her and has since refused to marry her. The plaintiff brought suit some time ago at Bedford to collect a $7,000 note from Ferguson, but the jury found against her. An Open Switch, Pueblo, Colo., June 20. Last even-ing's .Santa Fe freight No. 32, pulled by engine No. 2, in chargo of Engineer Skinner, started cast from the stone depot on time. On reaching tho Union avenuo crossing tho engincman saw an open switch in front about 100 yards, and there being no air, he whistled for brakes. Seeing tho danger ahead Fire-man Evaus jumped and ran forward to close the switch, but could not make tho run quick enough. The result was that the engine turned half way over on her side down the gnu! a and a couple of cars were pushed in about the same wosition. The engine trucks were badly smashed and altogether about $1500 worth of damage was done, but no one was hurt. The World's Columbian Exposition. Chicago, Juno 27. Special. The World's Columbian Exposition commis-sion held another ssssion today. The proceedings were conducted privately, the'general public being excluded. A great many who are interested in the fair are asking why there is such deep secrecy about Iho 'proceedings of the various committees when they meet. A movement is on loot to have all meetings in the future ojien to tho public. Lightning's Work In North Carolina. Raleigh, N. C, Juue 27. Very se-vere storms mainly electric, rauged in this state yesterday afternoon and last night and have dont much damage. The warehouse of tho Eastern Carolina Dispatch Steamship company, at Wash-ington, N.C., was lired by lightning and burned, causing heavy loss. Lightning struck the residence of James Griffith, near Mount Pleasant church, killing him and two of his grand children. His daughter, Mrs. Shafer, is dying from the effects of the lightning. .. ., Th Couiiulttte Is Investigating. Saratoga, N. June 27. Spe-cial. The committee on surrogates' and county courts which is a ot the constitutional commis-sion for the revision of the Judiciary article of the constitution, met today at the town hall. Several witnesses were examined aud many more were summoned for tomorrow. The com-mittee will suomifc its report and re-commendations to the commission in New York, August 5. MET A WARM RECEPTION How a Missouri Mob Wns Received by a Father and Son. Cajieron, Mo., June 27. At 12 o'clock last night a mob of forty men gathered twelve miles northwest of hero and went to the farm house of Watt Squires to tar and feather his son Bud, aged 21, whom it was alleged had caused the ruin of a young girl in tho neighborhood. The young man and his father commenced firing aud the crowd did likewise, about fifty loads being discharged. Old Mr. Squires, 60 roars of age, was hit in the stomach, but his injuries are not fatal. A young fellow in tho crowd, Will Knott, 21 years old, was also hit in the pit of tho stomach and it is feared his wound will prove fatal. Intense excitement pre-vails and another attempt will be made tonight. Proving an Alibi. A few days ago an Irishman with an old clay pipe in his mouth entered one of the elevated railway cars in which smoking was forbidden. The conduc-tor, on reaching him, remarked: "No smoking in this car." "I'm not smokin'," replied the Irish-ma- On returning through the car, the conductor still found him with his pipe in his mouth, and the following dia-logue ensued: "I told you that smoking was not al-lowed in this car." "Yis, an' I told ye I wasn't smokin'." "Well, you've got your pipe in your mouth." "Yis, an' so I've me feet in me boots, but I'm not walkin'." THEY WERE WORSHIPPING. Disturbed in Their Prayers a Religious HoUy Kill and Wound, Constantinople, Juno 27. Advices from Erzeroum regarding the trouble in that city state that a detachment of Turkish soldiers searched a church while services were being held, in the belief that arms were secreted in the building. The congregation opened lire with revolvers upon tho Turks. One Turkish oflicer, four Armenians and eight Turks were killed Many others on both sides were wounded. A party of Musselmen subsequently made riotous demonstrations and stoned the liritish consulate. . SIX LIVES WERE LOST. A Fatal Collision Iletweeu Two Steamers iu a Fog. London, Juno 27. The Dutch pteamer Prince Frederick, from Am-sterdam, sunk on the night of Juue 25, in latitude 47 north, longitude 0 west, by collision with tho British steamer Morpcssa The collision occurred dur-ing a dense fog. 'The Morpessa ar-rived at l'aliuouth with her bows stove andforepeak full of water. Sho had onboard the crew and passengers of the Prince Frederick. Six lives were lest. Th Story of New York Hons. There is in New York, npon one of the most fashionable thoroughfares, a most magnificent house yea, it is a veritable palace which can never be looked at by the sentimental woman without a tear coming to her eye, because of the story attached to it. It waa designed and built by one of the richest men in New York the head of an old Dutch family for the woman he loved. Throughout the whole house, which might have been called "The House Beautiful," were the colors, furn-ishings, ornaments and dainty touches that were the young bride's taste. The ball room, in which she expected to trip so many merry measures, was walled and ceiled in many colored marbles; but the lover himself directed the building of the porte cochere under which her carriage was to roll, so that, stepping out, she would not be touched by a drop of rain or a flake of snow. Everything was ready; the horses were pawing in the stable waiting for the day to come when they would carry their new mistress out; the coachman and the foot-man had their big, white rosettes at hand to wear on the wedding day; the house was full of fragrance, for beautiful flow-ers were massed to please the coming mistress, and everything seemed to be in harmony with all this thoughtful, loving care; for the sun shone bright, and it was somebody's wedding day. Yes; but it wasn't an earthly wedding, for when, with quick footsteps, her mother went to wake tho expectant bride, she found her dead. The last kiss she had given had been to her lover the night before. The last kiss he ever gave any human being, he ga ve to her as she rested in her coffin. Bnt he lives on in the beautiful house and does, with his great fortune, a deal of good, all in the name of the woman he loved. The shutters are never opened in that wonderful house, the carriage has nover been used, no feet have danced in the ballroom; bnt it and the solitary man are there as evidences of the fart that a love can so completely fill the heart that all life is nothing without it. Ladies' Home Journal. Josephine Payol was recently sentenced to one week's imprisonment for allowing herself to be hypnotized in a cage con-taining several lions, in a menagerie at Montpolier, France. The hypnorizer is more severely punished. While the girl' was nnder the magnetic influence one of the lions tore her limbs savagely with his claws.'' - - OUTRAGED BY A QUARTET. Fiendish Assault on a Young Lnily, From Which She Threatens Suicide. Madison, Ind.. June 27. A brutal outrage is reported from Locust, Ky.1 Miss Kate Intosh, agodlS, accompanied by James Everling, while rcturuiug from a picnic were attacked bv four un" known .ruffians, who knocked Everling eensoless with a club, and outraged tho young lady. Everling is said to bo in a critical condition from injuries re-ceived, and tho young lady threatens A CANON C1TV MVSTISRY. 1 he Skeleton of mi Unknown Slan Found There Last Saturday. Canon City, Colo., Juno 27. The fckdfiton of tho man found near hero last Saturday is believed by some to be that of one. of Witlieril's victims and possibly of Jensen, the Swedo who dis-appeared about two years ago. Wiih-eri- l was seen in that vicinity about that lime. It that is not a correct theory, who the man was or the cause of. his death will probably always remain a mystery. . . . , , , The ItiMai, Postponed Xew London, Conn., June 27. The Harvard and Columbia freshman' boat race has been postponed until evening ou account of rough water. 1.