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THEjALT LAKE TIMES. Tl kj SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SATURDAY, JUNE U, 1890. NO. 217. I would not light liiui. I am uot afraid of any man yueensbury rules." " Tito "Parson" Mated that Jackson hail Smith w hipped lioforo ever a blow was struck, but that previous to the tight ho would not venture au opinion simply saying when spoken to g it, "1 am going to ilo the bct I can." After the close of the first round. I In- - 1'utson asked Jacksou what he then thought. I've got him." tke darkey, at ho faced thu scratch for tho second time. THE P1RS0N IN TOWN. Charles E. Davies. the Patron of Pugi-list- io Sports. Talks Interestingly On Fighters. HE HAS JACK ASHT0N IN TOW. An Opinion on the La Blanche Young Mitchell Go and Ideas on Contemplated Mills. ' Parson'' Davies of Chicago, the patron of legitimate spoils and an ad-mirer of the manly art of self defense, Is at tho Walker house, lie is touring the famous pugilist. Jack Ashtou, about tho country, and this evening tho gamey man will have a ten round go at the rooms of the Golden Gato Ath-letic club with mi iiukiiou u. From here hero ho goes lo Ogdcn, where he gives au exhibition Monday night, and Wed-nesday night at Denver ho w ill face John Woods of that place, who recently defeated Hates, the pet of Montana. Three ounce gloves will bo used, and six rounds will bo fought, lioth men are in prime condition, and as the go is for blood a hot battle is looked for, About July 2nd, Ashton is to fco many of the best pugilists of tho country at Mattery D, Chicago, after which ho will go to New York with the ' Parson'' and ne-gotiate with a good many of "the pun' ' who think they cau trim him. Mr. Davies has contracted to tour Kvau Lewis, tho world's champion wrestler, and mot her equally as prominent an athlete. They w ill be in Salt Lake City, bound for Sau Fran-cisco, between the til h and l'Jlh of July, and will stop over hero for a day mid a night. Tho party will remain iu San Francisco two weeks, where $'.'" will be given to tiny wrestler Low Is cannot throw, $100 to tho man that gives him a fall and I'.' a minute to tho individual w ho remains w ith "The Straugler" after the expiration of live minutes. A challenge is being printed iu the Loudon Sporting Life by Mr. Davies for Lewis, who is willing to meet any ealrh-as-catc- can English wrestler, Steadmaii, tho champion, pre-ferred. The match is to come oil' In any American city to be mutually agreed upon, and Steadiuau will bo allowed J'.HM) to pay expeu-- si s. nau Francisco is worked u p lo red heat ovor It," said Mr, DavicHwheu askeil con-ceiting tho a p p Hatch-ing tight be-tween I a lllanehp.tho Marine, tuul Young Mit-chell for a I purse ot :i(MK)eiiiiti'i-- " jlMI.Stur'IWi! n mm nuf buted by the JACK Ashtov. California Athletic club. "Mitchell Is a line youug man and a thorough gentleman. Belting Is even on the outcome, but 1 think I ha! on the day of the match Mitchell will be in the lead among the betting men. He is a California boy, and has a world of friends. Moreover, ho is young, supple and has a long reach, w hich are advantages that La lllanehe does not possess. Mitchell has whipped several men, notably Sailor Itrowii and 5ood Keenati. Ho is a slow, careful, cautious lighter, and is not easily rat-tled." " McAuliffo and Slavin will surely have a go," replied Mr, Davies, when questioned concern-ing ' the big follow. " MeAiiliffi! is now in England and the details of the mutch will bo soon arranged. 1 have never seen McAuliffo light, and therefore would not like to pass Judg-ment on tho result. 1 have seen Slavin aud ho is very clever, but it must bo re-membered that McAuliffe is voting and active, only 21 years of age, is 6 feet 4 inches in holghth, and lights at 2iW pounds, which i 10 pound heavier than Slavin. Taking Slavin's years into consideration and McAuliffo' Splendid )hvshll, I feel eonlideltt ill saying that the odds for winning are greatly in favor of the latter. "Kilrain's excuse after being bested by Corbett that ho was not in condition was a poor one," chirped the Parson evincing just the least signs of disgust. There is too much of this not being in condition faking going ou among pugi-lists. If they are not in condition they should not go into tho ring, ami it C'orlsftt's powers for a man he has vanquished to hide behind Urn old chestnut of not being in condition. Corbett i a good hitter, young and stout, and iu a year from now will give a good account of himself." "That's like working out tlieoigin clover puzle," laughingly said Mr. Davies, when questioned as to the prob-abilities of another meeting in the ring between Kilrain aud .Sullivan. "I don't thiuk they will ever come together again," he remarked, for Sullivan has done him once and tliTo are others who are anxious to meet the big fellow. Jackson and i McAulifle particularly. Jackson is more th:in willing to meet Sullivan, and ' has conceded to Sullivan's every exac-tion in the fight for the f.'O.OOO purse offered by the California Athletic club. The Bfigro concedes the whole purse to tho winner, and is waiting patiently for the result of Sullivan's trial which U set for Juno 23." ! "What ort of a fight will it be if the two giants mKit?" It will b a lasting fight." was the response uttered in words of thorough "No man can whip ! Jackson quick, and If Sullivan w hips him it w ill be after a hard battle, and Sullivan will know that ho is a partid-- ! pant. Jackson i Idling out as h grows i older, and weighs 22" pound. He will never again light nuder 2W pouu'l., and when be came with me he did not tip the Loam at over 10 pound. A Im ttor general, a more honest and r onsc'ioa-iliu-man than Peter Jackwn novor I breathed. No man v. r knew or heard i of him di.ing a blacfciWant thinir in hm I life and the otilv thins black about hmi is hi llcsh. llo'is no braggart- - and re eelilU I asked him H he :n atr ud lo i light 'bullivan, H-.- - itptci; If 1 wot KAISKD A LOTTKKV TIlliET. Cute Scheme uf an Alleged Cl..ei,laUttu Winch He liy Heaped a Percentage COLUMBIA . O., Junel4.--A smooth-lookin-well- dresse- individual who neglected to give his name, hut claimed he haded from Cincinnati, droned into Welsh is Brown's saloon, on North High street, early in the week, and after a few rounds of drinks hail been tossed off carelessly, exhibited a lottery ticket calling for $250 in the last draw-- A Tf need of ruaiy cash, and dispose of the ticket at 10 per cent oft. Charley Ho wen offered to cash it for 5 per cent, and with great reluctance the strauger parted with it receiving $237.50 therefor. It was placed m a bank for collection, and to-day was returned marked n. g. The figures and letters on the ticket had been changed to correspond with a tlc.,,e.t winni"ff a $250 prize, and so skillfully was the work done that it passed through the hands of the agent of the lottery company in this city with-out being detected. MURK Bl ILDIMi. Tli ErerUun of Houses till Continue-T- he l.lat. The follow ing additions to Tiie Times list of buildiugs beiug erected came iu today: W. It. Pickering. frame adult tun to residence. r7 fourth ntrwt: UiMjice l.ttmtHHinm, brick restdeiiee, JSS K. stivrt ; ISJU H. Knhlnxou. (mine cottage, corner First West uiul Ninth South: SSuu. M. Jurjtvnwu. 3 room lirii-- hmiw, Sixth street, betweru H. sad 1 t reefs; UltiJ. John Miller, 4 room brick house. KW Sixth street: tliui. J. F. Olsen, 1 room brick house; $10 w Thomas Carter. brick nddltion to house. Its Fifth. street: Hon. tl. F. Adklus frame burn 19 Cane street Mrs. Couley Kustlo, 31(1 Fourth North cl.UJO. Josephine Snvder, frame rustle, (fil west First North, l,lW. John l':o iithers,l room brlik, 851 west Sixth North. l.;lt. Noble, Wood Co.. fr.une rustic cor. First West and Fourth North. Il.hu. Andrew lvimball. brick, 2N) north Third West street 1.00U. N. 1. Andersou, triune, Wt) north Third West. JHU S. J. Brown, brick, W north Third West M.IUI. Wni. I). IMnny. 3 room cottage, MS north Second West. Mrs. Folsom brick, "SeJ onortli Second West. rco. Mr. Browu, frame rusttu, fcl Second Street, H ( linrles Hunt, 3 room frituiecottane, TS Cen-ter street. lllotl. J. J. UullHiiher. one 7 and one frame modem cottAgc, HI Center street, f Hum. N. W. Cluvton. 8 room frame ljueen Amie, 10H H street. MO. Oih). Hamlin. s nxim brick yuceu Aune, 1S8 Center street, ifniWI. Alexander Kttwwds. brlek Queuu Aune, corner Ceuter mid I'luni streets. HUiU. 11. M. Cox. brick, mirucr Center ud Peach streets, flow. JohuA, Kvans, brick, 1TA II street, fJ. Knbert. ("hczhucm, brick, 'I Canyon Road. . Mr. A. Ounchee, two hlorv brick resi-dence. i South Fourth street ; Wmt Mr. Malloy. one story brick lioust, an) Fourth street ; J. l.aiiKford. two story IV oni brick resi-dence; TO Second stixet; tltxi, J. H. Whllaker. frame addition to residence. 'MU Sprintf street ; fvii. .1. A. UaletKh. I room brick addition, T. West Fifth North; fJU. she m&jm. Geraldine Tllmar Will Sever Her Con-neoti-at the Savoy Theater. MARSHAL SUCRE'S BRONZE STATUE TheT.P. S. 0. E.- -A Convict Will be Turned Loose Other Bright Newsy Specials. London, June 14. Special. Geral-dine Ulniar, who canio fiom America three years ago to take the position of prima donna at the Savoy theater will cease to bo a member of the company after tonight's performance, and next Wednesday she sails for Xcw York. Tho split .between Gilbert and Sullivan means practically tho break-u- p of tho entire Savoy company. D'Oylo Carte protested agiiust Miss Ulmur's leaving the company iu tho middle of the sum-mer season, but that was all ho ectild do, as she had complied with the of her contract to give a mouth's notico. Tho retirement of Miss Ulniar was not due to any difficulty with the manager but sho thought she had been singing the same kind of parts too long, and desired a rest. Whether she will stay or not iu tho United States depends on circumstances. Esther l'al-lise- r, another American girl, (succeeds her at th c Savoy. Sir Arthur Sullivan and Carlo were iu a furious rage when they learned that Gilbert had formed a combination with Alfred Collier, who wrote Dorothy, and who, critics thiuk, is the coming man in coiuic opera com-position. ST. .VI A UK'S C'OM M KM' KM I. NT. The Kxrrvire Ar WllatiMd by Auillvur. The clivsiug exejeises at St. Mark's school took place yesterday afternoon; Rev. Mr. Plaut presided. Tho essays of tho graduating cla.-- went "Haunts and Homes of Authors" bv Mr. IK'Witt Jeunlngs; "Woman and iter Sphere," Miss Mamie Jones; "The Flowers of Literature," Miss Fanny Allen; "Sculpture." iMis Kitlio Harris; "Search Warrauts of Soieuc," Mr. Geurge Lawrence. The bishop made a brief adilre In w hich he regretted iho necessity for a parting. J. M. Howard of Vermont, the new principal, will asuiuu charge SopiemluT I. Rev. Mr. Plant was Un a presented with a handsome copy of uu Oxford Mible by the scholars and teachers. Miss Webster niado tho presentation, Hev. Mr. Plant rvspouded in a very ueat speech. The priei were won as follows: Eng-lish historr, Mr. Ed. Murphy; ancient history, Howard Trumbo; geomi'irv. Mis Fanny Allen; algebra, Edward Iteeso. Miss Kitlio Harris won the bishop's prize for the highest standing of I he year. In tho oveniiig the ninth annual com-mencement was held at St. Mark's ca-thedral, tho programuii) being as fol-lows: Processional hyintt S4. Lord s l'rer. crstclcs. Selection , 1'mIiiis xcl eil. Lesson Job XXVIII lloiioin esl. Cre.d. Collect-- . Ilyiiut 41V Adder The Hev. II. W. Flanl Duet - Soprano nil coutnillo. "Mark. Ilurk. XtvKoiil '. Harry Kouerlhetly ;lrs. HiurKell mid Miss rob).) Conferrlnit ol cllpliMu.n. Vent I'reiuor. i It cm n l.tM "tilorv In 1 Acelsls." Ilenedlctloii. Ibs'esslouitl Hymn l.'IS. Tho diplomas were conferred by Hishop Leonard iu an clotpient address. BUNUI5D 11 Y A FI.uBEUT HALT., Distressing Accident In u IiHytou Drug (Store. Dayton, O., Juiie 14.- -"I did not know that it was loaded," was the ex-clamation of Claude Hoover, a fourleeii-yeiii'-ol- d boy, in a drug store this after-noon, when a Flobcrt riilo which he was carelessly handling was discharged and tho bullet entered the left eye of F. C. Ciok, a drug clerk and Hoover's companion. Cook fell lo the floor with blood streaming from tho eye. Hooven turned ashy palu and fell in a faint. Tho ball struck the inner corner of the eye and ranged dow nward, imbedding itself at some part back of tho nose. Cook will probably lose the sight of tho eye. Mr. John W. Stoddard, a prominent manufacturer of this city, while return-ing with a' tally-h- party from Bell-broo- Green county, last night, was accidently thrown from the vchiclo near Beavertown, south of this city, and severely injured. Iu his fall ho struck on his head and was knocked senseless, His injuries arc not regarded dau-gctou- ... . ' je local ton Pacifio 0f-- Hand in Tir Eesignations, JIE BACK TR0M OMAHA. mcementof Fourth of July Rates jastabend of the Rio Grande Steps Out Tomorrow. Jl'uioul'ai'i'ic officials were id to another surprise. This '.. p jiorris, the local station chief clerk. Mr. Wilsonholme. Ritcr agent and dispatcher ui, ami Nevada district, all resignations to take their July ! M thi-- i move means or 'clUS0 of tho gentlcniau's lUot kiuivvu. Mr. S. W. s brother of W. W. ..superintendent of tho Utah inil his resignation so soon idiirmeiit of his brother has .nsiderable comment. KljI0liS OF CHANGES. ,, Pacific offices are filled ., of niore changes iu the eut K seems as though was iu danger of losing Tlwsc who felt safo before Manage'" Dickenson's fall lt' univ be surprised to have jhcads drop at any moment. ,,( minor is that an eruption ntral freight ilepartment will it is stated that General Ima-re- Molten will be the next alk '"the chalk line, although .u denied by parties whopre-miow- . i now some doubt of Mr. off siiciccding Dickinson, and ill he thai Mr. Kesseguio will vrred to Omaha. In that case ier, of the Wyoming division, ably come to Salt Lake. 1KKS SO STOCK IX TlIEJt. al Manager Kcsseguie returned uhaatnoon today. He went company with Mr. Adams ten i) aud has been aiding iu tho iou of the new time card. jM'guic takes very little slock f the many newspaper rumors to changes in the Union Pa-ts. Ho says that ho knows no a believe that he will bo trans-m- i Salt Lake to Omaha.- - Ho t busy all afternoon, clearing liuincss that had accumulated lis absence and did not caro to Mr. Dickinson's removal or er of the recent chaugos. nit wool shipmext: it and Passeugor Ageut Eecles this morning- - from Nephi c had gone to meet a number Hesuys that tliero-- Will bo uwagc shipment of wool this rum the south. '.H'KTII Of JULY HATES. Dion Pacific ami Kio Grande have both aiiuouuccd single nd trip tickets from all stations, iwd on sale July 3rd and 4th, roturn until the Gth. nion Pacilie has also made a 3 to Denver and return to of the. Traveling Men's which meets in that !hc.''Juil and !2!Jrd. nion Pacific has made a $1.50 rip rate to Ogdeu to delegates t o nil Lodge, Knights of Fythias, wtsiu that city on Tuesday iifABKXD'S ItESIGXATIOX. tsignation of J. A. Fatabend, ifuilent of bridges and buildings lin Grande Western takes effect So one seems to know just ' ,sueced him. Mr. Fastabend oxjiccted then to go out Inot know wLo would come after At Kowlmid Hall. Ou Thursday eveniug a large attend-ane- e assembled at Kowland hall to wit-ness tho play of "iA Grade do Dieu," which was given bv tho French class. Tho youug ladies did credit to the in-struction of Mine. Fitzgerald, both iu acting aud iu rendering the foreign language. The coniineneemcnt exercises of Rowland hall will bo held at SI. Mark's cathedral on Monday, ut It a.m. SIAMESE TWIN 1'ltiS, Cui'ioug Doubling l'p Atuong a Litter Horn on an Auglaize County Furm. VrAI'AKONETA, Ohio, JuUO 14. J. A. Weber, in Union township, this couuty, has a freak of an unusual kind. Among a litter of pigs recently given birth to by a full blooded Poland China animal were two pigs grown together at their bellies. Their body is twice tho size of the usual newly born pig, aud where the growth begins is impossible to tell, tuul this fact gives the freak the appear-ance of haviug but one body. The monstrosity possesses eight legs, which project outward and gives the animals the appearance of lying in each other's embrace, two perfect heads, each hav-iug eyes, cars, nose and mouth. TiiEiiiraii.. A LiTtljr Day on tho Call Boui and Good Da!i Made. . REVIEW OF THF WXFX8 TRADE, Tho BtuioeM of th Tut Six Eaja Tabled for Easy Reading Quotations. With today cIosjmI a very pro-pcru- uf week for the stock echauge. tht ntc-ci'- ss of (be institution and the interest l'ing lit:intfi-- ti d by tlm irt of Salt lvke Is if re .iter linn was anticipatmt by the most sanguine upon day of the opening. Juno 5th l.it. The rv. ord of this, the first full Pt'k, ef the exchange, prvseiitx a list rf trsri-.- . uctioiiH girater than that of any mining exchange iu Iho world whoso Uma lidn iirt wet'k sales only wotw ri'prUl. The p- -t week has wiliiosrd mum r tliii-iai- n in mining i 1itU In this ciiv than ever U'fore. TIh exrhangu ha pnxided a means Whereby Iho trno valuation t.f Mctirito arw ileteniiinccl by iiooiwlitioii iiu thit basis of supply and di'maml. ami it tiililislimenl has attracliHi rupiUl un t sliiuulated iho w ork of dcneloptuf prv JM'lls, Mr. . S. l).iis levies Lonorroor f..p Iho l iniie district, whero ho t i smh'1 tlin LoM-rno- r mine (or - coiiiliiicitum of capitalist h will, if tho romrt b1 forabl provido the necessary fund for nuk nig a shaft and r reding mill M, mis of ho Ah mi no adjiiuini tho Alliance mid Cri'scent havn be' sNsteiualicnlly liomed during th week and Itatn nteadilv danc'd from rail to call. Monday Wtwrrn sovrniv live anil one btiudnsl tons of high gradt ore will bn reecivel from Ibo Amx. Forty nii'ii are at work in tho AIIU anee, Iho ollirer having ompb'to arriitigetiiciit" for th linuiodUto vrv lion of a ci.uci'Utratlng mill at lti old works for tho tuirpono of milhnt low iiratlu oio. Then reinjtins alxun tllM) feel yd lo Imi lri'd In Iho deep tun-nel before tho riti in Iho AllUni-- Will be re.u'hcd. The Innucl I14.S Imto bor4 l.'.HSI feel Tho Mammoth puvs a dividend nit the '.'mil ln-- 1 . Iho Isu.ks lor tho Iran fcrof stiH'k Iwlngclosrd today. Favorable report aro Ulnj re. reived daily from Iho Ontario, Daly and t i iitenuial Kurck min. w ln'ist Uu would Hmi bko a bailiNtn if Coiiijres w ould dei laro In f.vor of th fronlioinngo if silver. Vhrm am lal-unbl- n projMTties, aud rach aredlildniit " payew. ft.tt tie sulphur l In demand ami found many backer during tho wrok. Mm k of iho I lull l.itiio uud t'enjent eompHuy is asked for bv tha llainlwrg ers, who liidav offered i.'J-- l a sharo. M.llnd Coitaolldali'd has bruit held slowly ami upon tho erection of their mill Iho table of stock will cnlmOi-r- , A few hundred pounds of rich samplea w received today. Camus No. I.' which had boon listed as Hiif Cams. H said to brt a rich proprrtf but jet need llllleh deti-oitmt- . Tho stock Is now iplntcd at " cents, but could bavM purcha'"! fur 'm coat ur lew ut the opening of Iho 'rhango, Itocheslor ha been Cain elid front the lioald. Tlfwook offered lis! for sl.x k of tint Suit liko Tower. Light Heat com. puny, hut could purrluso nu at that price, notwithstanding that il art advance of uwr yosli rdnv. Allco open with a bid Imm Steven, son, the "Voting Napolcau," who wk it for '.' flu a sham. Tint ipmi at ions Unlay ar appondoli " "tlum ,.,,t, "1 miuuio Al l. mo. aajl M. s n fsilirTi "T. 4 "."'. (..or witi w h win M Am h..r l " ' Alliance I so t a A- W . W I !rps.-n- t ....... J6 M .... S ; I'urkl'Hr , im nrster .... ... .... lunissitiiibur II li to II . Ilorn Hil'er ... Alio t JI .. HI. I' (.All d Wi "' 1 m 1 m i Wrs.lsl.tf ... I stiiis Mo. I ... Hi "O Khik "if Wont . Mamwrth 4 ' ' M4l!ullii nl Kurnka Mill" I eliirftt' 7 I 1 0, , SAIJt. l'i A'.linr, to. v.in 1 il, A (ira. It trot. V hi " tcl " Mirrmrrnt. SA rmU o lliiruc utthur, Nltanl , Mo - " II - l lllrnoMi. 11. t 'l nil 6 hu iii ri--. ai t ur tin wti.. MoiuUv, Juno h V fc.ri Tii-U- j' " ti Wr.ins.lnjr, Jni llth ....Ml?' ThrirwUy, " If 'i .' " , KH.l.y " ' " jiur,l', - IHk T'il- r.StiS Iii ii.i:ti. l h ' t '" r.riKl llw lrn("r ut 0 'i twr" 'A tl mill, er soW tu Jrfia M- hiip I y ft Irtrrnil. TIIK STATUTE AKKIVES. Marshal Sucre's Fiiruru Mill Clnilden the Kje. New Youk, June 11. Special. 1 The brouzo equestrian statute of Mar-shal Sucre, who boro a prominent part in the war for tho independence of Spanish America and was to tho north-ern part of South America what Holivar was to t he southern provinces, arrived today from Italy. ' The execution of the figures of horse anil rider is splen-didly done. The marshal, iu full uni-form, has just hailed h's horse, which paws the air with one forefoot ami restlessly champs at the bit. The gen-eral is represented in the act of salut-ing his staff prior to tho deciding buttle of Ayacucho, aud holds his arm ex-tended at full length witli his plumed chapeau iu his hand. Every detail of the figure is perfect from tho plumes iu the marshal's military hat to the nails in the horse's shoes. This is the first monument to be creeled to Mar-shal Sucre in his native country of Ven-ezuela, although there is a marble stat-ute in his homntfif Potosi, Bolivia. The statue will be placed in the center of the market place-i- n Cumara. the birth-place of the marshal. It will stand on a granite pedistal, fourteen feet high, and will be dedicated with imposing ceremonies next month. A Far a 1'oor Man is good health of himself, his wife and children. If you have uot this fortune, and are not able to pay for the services of a competent physician to curn yon of your sad affliction, go see Dr. Hand, the poor man's friend. If you can only raise a few dollars iiwt enough to pay the wholesale cost of niedieiue, Dr. Hand will .give you his services free; provided you are worthy, nnil will call uuon him Sunday, June 15th, 181)0, between the huurs of 10 a. iu. aud 2 p.m. Ktuuombcr, r. Hand does not ask anyone, not even tlio.iich, to pay him for his services until after you are cured.. Dr. Hand makes no mis-takes. He cures ever pal ient. Kusiun Will Lecture. CiiiOAtio, June 14. I Special. Prof. Rasmus Auderson of the University of Wisconsin and to Denmark will lecture tonight under the auspices of the Swedish societies. His subject will "be the early travels of Scandina-vians to America and their commerce with this country before its discovery by Columbus. KiiIokIcs on JlHiifiall. Washington, June 14. Special. In the House todav eulogies on the Into Samuel J. liamlall were delivered by several members. The Republicans were as cordial in their tributes to the patriotism and integrity of the dead statestnan as were the Democrats. l.iri'KIt AMI t 0lr:Nr:i. Three toughs stooped at a small cabin at Iowa Gulch. Colo., recently and Miss limit lo sot out a sipiaro meal. Slut was alone. but had a pistol ami lots of plucks. She drew a bead mi the nearest, lough and pulled the trig-ger. He left a second later wilh a shattered checked bone, mid his com-panions had to carry him Into the brush. Mrs. Mary Frohmau, of New York, "put out a' big washing'' tho day her husband died. Afterward lm had tho parlor window shades drawn no, and placed in tho window pictures of herself and husband, draped iu red, white and blue, in the basement window wero displayed a pair of scales and a bologna sausage, also draped Iu red, white aud blue. The number of farewell dinners given In Toole, the very popular Knglish com-edian, Iu London w as remarkable. Tim actresses; being denied admission to the dinner given him by hi professional brothers, organi.cd one for hluiselve and carried It out wilh great magulll-ceuc- Mr. Tooht beiug the only man present. Flleu Terry presided. A man who In a cr legged w ay monopoll.ed two elevated car seat In New York was pushed rather vigorously by an Irishman who wedged III way into olio of them. "Why didn't you ask for a seat?" asked tin) llrst man, gruffly. "Shore, how was I to know v could Nphuko Knglish! " was the reply, to the amusement of tho (jthor Intoning passengers. The iMiard of health in San Francisco is busy discussing the problem of how lo combat leprosy. Tho disoano is said to 1st constantly making greater inroads upon tho while population, aud thu advisability of establishing a laareitn is seriously considered. At a recent meeting thu board appointed a commit-tee to examine Into the matter, loaseer-tai- n the cause of the rapid increase. f leprosy, its eoiittigioiisrie, the extent of its Inroads upon the white population aud thu best methods for Its removal. The latest report nf the llirmlnghaui free libraries committee show that the book readers of tho past your were divided a follow: Scholars and stud-ents, 1.!)I2, clerks and bookkeoer, l.HiH; crrund and ollico bo.v, .Mil; t.iaebers, . 2!W; shop assistants, Ut; jowelery, Ulfl: compositor and prin-ter, 1U2; milliner and dressmaker, 11)0. Almost at thu bottom of thu list come journalist, six; newsagent, two: reporter, two, I (his they have libraries of their o it, or lcaii the people who wrilu In newspapers lose the taste for reading books' ... CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOIt. Ur. Harper Speak at Nome Length on tieneral Matter. St. Louis, June 14. Special. The morning session of the Christian En-deavor convention was occupied with addresses by Prof. Harper, Dr. Haines of Indianapolis, and Dr. Hamlin of Washington.. This afternoon the dele-gates went on the excursion on the river. This evening the subject of "Christian uniou as promoted by the Interdenominational Christian En-deavor movement" will be discussed by the Dr. McGrew of New York, and Dr. Rhodes of this city. Tomorrow morn-ing the "Young Christians Duty to His Church," will be discussed and after a half-hour'- s prayer meeting, the con-vention will adjourn in season for the church services of the city. In the afternoon "Other Children of the Church", the Sunday school, tho mis-sionary and temperance movemeuts will be considered by the ablest speak-ers on these themes. The closing ad-dress will be delivered in the evening by Rev. B. Fay Mills.who will also con-duct the consecration meeting. THE DISTRICT COUKT. A ltesume or the Day's Business Before Judge .line. Judge Zauo presided over a session of the Third district federal court held today, when the following matters re-ceived attention: M. Schas vs. A. J. Bush, motion lo strike out part of complaint by con-sent. Allowed. Caroline Whiting vs. Amelia Oakden. Continued to June 21st. William M. Ferry vs. Andrew Lun-dindia- l, motion to set case for trial by the defendants was opposeil by the plaintiff, aud the heariug of a motion to dissolve the injunction was set for July : John B. Ingram vs. Adolph Herka-me- r et al. Plaint iff allowed to amend complaint, J. II. Hinman vs. J. R. Nichols. Set for trial July 10. Betsey C. vs. John L. Gibson, divorce. Ten days in which to plead. Thomas vs. White. Arguments sub-mitted. United Slates of America vs. Salt Lake and Fort Douglas railroad. Mo-tion to dissolve injunction taken under advisement. William Varley vs. William Carroll. Submitted. W. L. Pickard vs. W. A. Bills et al. Motion to tax costs submitted by par-ties and taken. " Rachel Williams vs. J. T. Gremer. Trial Saturday, June 81. It W. Young et al vs. Lotus Colin et al. Trial Saturday, June 21. United States vs. H. Throup, unlaw-ful cohabitation. Sentence continued lo tho first day of the September term on motion of the United States dis-trict attorney. Jessie J. Murphy vs. Piiscilla Mur-phy. Reset for trial Saturday, J unc 21. HIS TIME 18 IT. John O'Neill Turneil Loose ou the Com-munity Once More. New York, June 14. Special. John O'Neill, the "boodle" Alderman, will complete his sentence in the Sing Sing penitentiary tomorrow, and will accordingly be discharged from that in-stitution. He was sentenced to im-prisonment for four years and six months, and to a tiue of $2000. Ho has made one year and six months good lime, which makes his actual service in prison three years. Last Monday Judge Barrett of the supreme court remitted tho fino of $2000 imposed on O'Neil at the time of his conviction. If this had not been done, he would, if unable to pay the line, have to remain in prison live vears aud six months longer. O'Neill, who appears iu robust health, has grown a long beard, which is as snow. "E PACIFIC SHORT LINE. '' Justs Kxpecta to See Work Coin-ia- ll Along the Line very Soon. K. Jones, president of the Sliort Line Railway company, ilie city today. When asked ag tlie prospects for the line iwiwd to completion Mr. Jones 4thy would have 180 miles of operation in Nebraska, from 'y west to O'Neil by July 10th, 't'icy were building at the rate "'it's per day. "Des said that they had been well encouraged on all sides, 'fit safe in sayiug that work commenced at every avail-,s- t along the line in a very lie inclined to think that the 1 not be built by way of tfiy. He said that it materially increase the 'm at the same timo "'''il not offer very particular Mr. Jones claimed for we two great advantages of '"i mileage and lowness of i,i ?Vvoul(l cross tho Rockies ot forty feet and their raax-li- e said, would not be 'll?' rent. V t ;ei?t business of the trans-trun- k lines last year, said amounted W divided among four tihfilr line completed, the "5?,Int'me it could offer would VtiVJ!eir one-fift- Along - ebraska flourishing towns fk? on ever7 side- - and in the expects prosperity to fol-;- - Proji-es- s of the road clear I'urk tllty New. Park Crrr, Juno corre-spondence. Henry Shields is in Salt Lake. T. J. Mackintosh spent the day in tho Park, looking after his road. C, H. Withey superintendent of the Crescent mine'is in Salt Lake on busi-ness. Miss R. K. Savage is in Park City via-itiu- g her sister-in-law- , Mrs. A. U. Rich-ardson. Mr. and Mrs. T. U. Noall departed this morning for their future homo at Ish pening, Mich. . The ore shipments for the week are as follows: Crescent. $425,4."0; Daly, $170,750; Ontario, $710,200. This morning at 3 a. m. lire was dis-covered in the rear of Ascheim's old store on Main street. It was put out immediately without causing any dam-age Tho Paradox Medicine Co. gave their last performance last evening to a crowded bouse. They leavo tomorrow for Heber. They w ill bo much missed by the young people who have been at-tending their concerts nightly. From present indications we will not celebrate here on the Fourth of July. Our people will be divided between Salt Lake and Ogdcn. A great many will attend the Ogdcn carnival while the majority will go to Salt Lake. Tickets are on sale for the Uroom brigade drill aud nmsicalo to be given iu the Park opera house, on Monday evening next, bv the ladies of the Epis-copal church. This promise to be a handsome affair, ami should be well attended. Eight cars of ore were shipped out of Park todav, two beiug from the Cres-cent mine weighing xii.OOO pounds and six from the Ontario mine weighing 100,500 pounds. The Marsac mill for-warded live bars of the Daly mine bul-lion to the Chicago & Aurora S. & R. Co., valued at r,Mi. This is the (irst shipment of bullion made by the Daly iniuo this year. Miss George Vaughn was arm-tr- d j la- -t evening by Sheriff Weber liudef warrant rccch'ed from Ogdcn. She left iu company w ith the theriff this evening for Ogdcn. where she will have a hearing. It is supposed that she is implicated in the robbery recently com-mitted iu Hillv Madden's saloon at that place, at which time ?fWH) niyteriouUy disappeared from the safe. The party to whom the money belonged wa a partner to Mr. Madden in business. On of the money licing gone Joe Moore, the part net-i- business brought suit aeainst Madden to cover his lois Through iuve-'.icaiio- n and the careful watching of Joe M'Kro and Mis Vaughn by the officers Ixith here and iu Ogden.'it is llioiigbt that this man Moore had stolen iht- - money frmii the sale and had given it to Miss Vaughn for safe keeping. The woman is I rather nice looking, about .TO y".irs of . She has b"'-i- i in Park City now i two months pa-- t. making frequent trips to Salt Lake nod Ogdcn. Horn, akuhals. W. H. Hi.nii.iin. r. E. O. Wall. T.J Mackintosh, (icorgr I. Wanle.--. Ir.mk ' llainnan. S ilt Lake: J. Vt Horn. '.' d. n: J. T. Hall. V' w V.-rk- , Johu M Stanch, Kau:as City. A Sick Defaulter. Louisville, Ky., June 14. Edwin J. Elliott, who is sick iu bed irom expos-ure, has a shortage in his accounts with the Louisville & Nashville railroad. He says he used :i00 of the company's monev aud no more, and that amount he will made good. He says he knew that 280O was missing some days ago, but does uot know how it disappeared. The officials think he is responsible for the entire shortage. Will nut Down. Chicago. June. 14. Special. 1 In accordance with the action of the West-ern Window filas Association at a re-cent meeting, all the factories iu the country will be shut down, Monday, for the summer. The association has also made au agreement with tho Job-bers, by which tho prion of glass will, hereafter, be uniform in all cities. Chicago Markets. Chicago. Jnne 14, Close.-W- heat easy, cash 87J. July 88 Corn, steady, cash 84J34i. July 34 Oats firm, cash July 281. Barley steady. Pork cash 1,27j, July 1.2j. Lard Hull, cash 6m Jly 5.905.02. - IIomeoi !li In Srion. Wackesha, Wis., June 14. JSpe-cj- B iThe American Institute of Hom-eopathy met here today in convention. There are about 000 delegates in attend-ance Thev will im e a banquet and ball tonight, for which 1500 invitations have been issued. I iMim I..M-- C. S reiiwell, of ChaMi. Idaho, at the ( lift boue. , . Wm. Price, the well known cult I man of Rush valley, Is at th White house. Hon. Cow. L. Aiidcr'ti. mcmU r of the Territorial legislator" fromOraritv Ville, Is in th" city today. Judge 'arte in thit Third dUtie t court thin afternoon granted Mary L. ; Roberts an abHlut divorce from h r husband Heury. Desertatiou was th ground on w hicb the decrfe was grant-ed- . ... An iron-grn- how trailing the shaft of a dilapidated buggy with him i dashed down the sidrwiilk on First South this forenoon. When oproit the market stand tho infuriated anl-- ; ma! dahcd into a team of hor, which put a stop to his mad career. The ! mounted jKilice took the horse to the city hall, where he await bis ownrr. j A. J. Dutton, formerly of Ouray, Colorado, now a resident of this city, has old the famous Silver Hclie min. located in thu K"d mountain mining .district. Ouray county, Colorado, t.j penuylvann capitalist fr HV),(S)0. This valuable mio" hi prodiicrd Ornrly half a million dollar worth of or in the short litn il has own work-- d. Mr. jhitton I exfrptnely fortunat in own-ing proprrtv adjomg th" Siher and nlo property adjoining th wll kuowD Rinu4 InitK'. tn Yankee I. ill. The pimaawr of liie dwr -- rk the tula'; very cvitn OVr. KH Af t K I Ki ll. a 4 urr, ( l"nr WrltlM unl I Hitl mi TmUy Only. Dr. Hiod, liie Sfrrat medical Iticiaii, ha liow under written cou'rict for trea'iuent. two hundred and . enty niae putientu tu L'Uh iFrritw. The doctor wants an en hr hua drd and th- - n he will take a- - mor cases for treatrutat ootil h aU torn of bi fint eas off hi hand. Xow, in ordr to gt tnty on more cas. to nnk out the thrro hundred at oac. Dr. Hand wilt until out Tuesday eontracis with each ease tun for ireatment. makinj bis pay for services du one yr after 7ou are cured; and no cure, no par. Sow whose gomj to be the neit Iwsa-ty-o- ae patimu? Don't all come al once: but thci Intending to come on Tuesdays had brttcr tail al icor ticket for adaiiiott. as tlw crowd will bw so large by Mada? afternoon you will not l bl to e th dxtor; aa( all tltoso who with to t vo of the 3MI patient sliou'd today or ndJ afti-mon- and inskyoarwantknnsB, yoo di not hare U pair Dr. llsnd a dolfjr for hi MTTii'e until on ' vsr after you arc ctirvds and if not i iirrd. you havr nothing lo p.v him .r i hi artier-.-. l)i Dit JjiI lo real Ih Hand bis advert:-'mrii- t iu thU of lor. l'lMt bej-bd- , "t Curt Net It i 'onecratl. Berlin', June 11. Speeial.-T- he solemn and imposing ceremony of secrating the mausoleum of the late Emperor Frederick will take place to-morrow. Emperor William and I he imperial household will attend the services. Railway Notes. tml anJ Kio Grande earnings ofT-ee- k of May shw n linstvear Ver the Same pe' lmp,isinS tho Union Pa-S- d Gulf and Denver. S u,nnison will be operated ,X,n' known as the Gnlf di-- t. Meek as general man- - ,;B' Pacific lines from Chev-"""dove- r. and the Denver, t it0,1? Wo'th railway will , ynstitul the Xcw Mexico r R'-s- el has been ap- - New Tork Money and Stock. New York, June 14.-St- ocks closed dull and firm. Bar silver $1.04. ESu, 1.22; New York Central, l.mh Oregtm I 1 . -- 49j cifie- - Mail. 43?; Pak-.- , rouisit San iraucisco, ; Omaha. 33; Texas Pacific. 22; Ln.on 1'acitic. Wt; Wells-Farg- Lxprcss, 4o; Werkin Union, . A FriaMm 'i.nerr. St. PF.xtii-B- i r.n, June 14. (Special. The international prisons eougrei ciiened hero today. 'Three hiinilicd didcgates rciresetiting twculy-tn- e states art iu attendance.