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gg--L . IJxfi bAiJi LAivli lIM..iib. . - . rJ" SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MONDAY SKP l KM HEU J.. 1S1K1, N0, ill THE SIDE. ck,t Receives a Probably Fatal Pistol in the Hands frelD a 0'f Jolin Snelson. EBBING AWAY. sj0ftteB.G.W. CarEepair icots a Oar Inspector About Employing Halp. approached, Locket retired from the sidewalk to the Armstrong which is in the building, course, of erectiou ut the corner of Fourth West and Sec-ond South streets. When Snelson arrived at the corner Locket hiirled a rock at him. Suelson turned and Locket turned to pick up another rock. Before Locket could rise Suelson drew a revolver and iircd twice at Locket, wi;h tho deadly result al-ready known. Ttie Prisoner' Story, The prisoner was found squatted in a corner of his cell to which he had re-treated and was gazing suspiciously at the bunk from which he had been driven by its Mood-suckin- inhabitants when the reporter was admitted. "1 wish you would look after that ,nt,,in raPid succession at ovlock today, awoke tho ,be corner of Fourth West ' d Sol,tli streets and Wakled another soul into the d before its time. can lo learuexl at this Ls are a follows: An elec-1- S proceeding along Second ,,d Main, and when near the ' of Fourth West two shots nl to ring out with startling s aud a man was ,imllil,g in the mid-r0n-d South street toward holding his hands to He was ucn as one in great pain. An-- , followed close behind the Ii:ib and when the car stop-o- d Motorman Thomas iu plac-po- n a seat in the car. wv ME TO THE HOSPITAt.," bed," said ho to the jailer. "I was about to go to sleep when those bugs pestered mo so that I couldn't." From this admission it becarao evi-dent that the prisoner felt little alarm as to his ultimate acquittal aud viudi-eatio- "I would rather not pay anything about the affair," said Snelson in reply to the reporter's tender of the Tim Times' columns, "until I see my at-torney." He reconsidered, however, upon the assurance that nothing would be done to prejudice his case and said: "I have been employed in the car department of the Denver & Kio Grande for live months and know nothing of Locket's ani-mosity towards me until Saturday after-noon. At that time ho came up to mo with a wrench iu his hand and asked me what in -l I had been meddling with his affairs for. I denied having ever interfered with him but he lilted the wrench aud brought it down with all his might on my arm. lie cut a hole in it big enough iu which to bury your thumb and then went away. I didn't he was about today until he came up behind me at the warehouse aud sunt a stone whizzing by my ear. I turued and saw him stooping for an-other, when I thought it was time to defend myself. That's all theVe is to my side of the story, which I can prove by a number of witnesses. I believe I was justilied in all that I did." "And vou had no altercation prior to ;he wounded man, as he gasp-vit- h and his life's blood oozed a little, round hole in his hip i.iiioncd seat aud thence to the 1 take you to the hospital,' mas. "but I will take you to i.;et." .nan who was with the party shot," said Thomas to a Times italive, "told me to see that tho ,! man was properly taken care hat the superintendent of the ulc Western would settle for it. e got to Main street," continued -- I summoned Ollicer Jenney i the rapidly sinking man con-- i the city jail, I believe." Hfi.i representative hurried to jail, where a sad sight met his la the floor, in one of the rooms, ia of about thirty-liv- e years of lis hands were tightly clinched hotly drawn iuto a terrible y beads of sweat stood s forehead and great groans of jtceil their way through his set his assault upon you on Saturday last?" "None whatever. It was tho tirst and only notice I ever had of any on his part towards mo." "Aud you had none towards him?" "Not a particle. I never have a ditH-cult- y with any one as for that, because it takes all my time to look after my wife and family." Snelson is to all appearance a very quiet citizen with more than average intelligence, and tells a story that, is borne out bv tho general particulars. i'lysicians were in attendance, ilerer's head lay uppnthc arm of .or of the hall and his body i;pon a mattress in the center of m. MY god! watkh! watek!" tho victim of a revolver's deadly i,'it. A few drops of water were through his teeth. "I am freez-'.jverin- c up," was the next thing A heavy blanket was placed jo form of the wounded man. .xtreniely hard exertion The representative elicited from the Iui man that his name was shoeket. He lived at 437 West mth street, lie was unmarried id been in Salt Lake eighteen He has a brother and retai-ling in Sugar House ward, but lo a difference in religious he has not been e with them. His Sugar House 'os and friends were Mormons, egard to the shooting Locket said been employed at the Rio Grande rn shops, as car inspector, and n Saturday last he had a row a man by the name of John u, foreman of the car shops over right of hiring men " shops. Locket, according to Noa of the affair was proceeding Second South street when he cu-'ii'- Snelson and another man. words passed between Locket nelson when the latter pulled a from his pocket and fired twice t't. One of the balls penetrated A Locket's coat on the left side of , aiMitit ten inches below tne arm The other bullet flew wido of its 'hret, and before Suelson could ?in I.oeket started to run toward roaeiiing electric car aud Snelson Uowu Fourth West street. At he was met at the gate by a !aii to whom he gave his pistol tii proceeded to tho county jail livered himself up to tho officers. ;et is a man of medium stature, 'lark hair, recently cut, a little 'i'listaelie and a ruddy complexion, frlit grey eyes. Ho. was dressed --'lit sniped pair of pants, light aud white shirt. He had ;m vest, and his shirt lhe left sido was saturated .looil. 's,)n, the man who did the shoot-ra- s accompanied by Tom Priest. ' claimed the shooting of Locket son to have been in inflicted a wound upon Snel- - "tfst, and the latter to protect his "'e,v a pistol and fired, with the re- - above stated. tins hour 4:30 r. m. the condi- - "j Locket is precarious and it is '"1 if his life does not set in etern--h- t eve the last rays of today's sun withdrawn from the mountain - and are buried behind the shad-J- f nocturne's shades. wkst'i Ante-Morte- m Statement. "is statement Locket that on Saturday last he had a ; with Snelson; that the diffi- -' as renewed today on Second "car the corner of Fourth West. n drew a pistol aDd threatened ot Locket. The latter picked up k and then Snelson shot him. Another Version. aa Snelson is foreman of the Kio "de Western repair shops. In his as foreman he had the hiring for the work of the shops. '"'es Locket is car inspector, also Rio Grande Western car shops, the difficulty between the men r mt of the prerogative of the two .t0 employ and discharge the men ,'rl to do the work in the shops. L'a0 o'clock today Snelson was ? down Second South street Pt stood on the corner of Second ' anl Fourth west. As Snelson The Vast Profun.lity of the Leiral Talent Engaged Upon the Celebrated Cromwtll Murder Cue, THE HOST OF WITNESSES 05 HASD. So Great Interest Taken in tho Trial by the Prisone-r- 0. her s by Tun Tunes' Ept'ci.il Sjrviw. W'ont.sr.K'K, Out,, Sept. -- lpe eial - lu no criminal trial for years iu this country has there been eugagod such an array of such legal taleut as appears for the prosecution and for the defense of J. U. Hurehell, r ho is in-- dieted for the murder on February 17th last of tho young F.iiglishmuii. F. ' ltcnwell. The crow n is represented by Deputy Attorney-Genera- l J- - U. t'arlw right, U. H. Osier, l'- - lvId County frown A-ttorney F. K. Hall. I". ih'1' WIW "J10 of the counsel of the crow n in the trial of Kiel for high treason, and is oi.e of tho leading counsel for the Grand Trunk railroad in the suits for immense damages growing out of tho St. George accident. For the prisoner! George T. lib.i-kstoc- of Toronto appears as senior counsel. Ho is only 114 J ears of age, imi dining tho twelve yea in he has been a member of tho bar he lias made a bti liaut record. Judge McM.ihon. who ........ ,i,.Si mH uie reputation of being an able law ver and an holiest judge-- . Ho was the leading counsel for the prison-ers ill the celebrated lliddolph murder eases, and on that occasion made one of the. most brilliant speeches ecr to a Canadian jury. A host of witnesses are on hand, among them being Colonel Hurehell of Knglaud, the murdered man's father, who came from Knglaud lo testify. The prisoner evinces no great Interest iu the proceedings. His mother sb l,..si,b. him. His defense has not yet been outlined, but it is supposed he w ill undertake lo show that I he body bore evidences of a violent struggle when found, while he did not and will endea-vor to convince the jury that the delee-tive- s having coniiuilled themselves to iho declaration that hn is guilty, ha c been devoting their time and labor to the work of attacking his lite, instead of endeavoring to diseoer the murderer. WouI'Mim K, Out.. Sept. ai.-lA- iso-l eiaied Press. -- The trial of I'.nehell for the murder of tho young l'.ngli-hniii- ii, He.nwcil, began heiethis morning. I he prisoner was faultlessly attired aud pcrloeilV His plea was not guilty." The work of chousing the jui'V concluded at noon. The coun-sel for the prosecution then made tho opening address, setting forth a c ham of evidence on which conviction will bo asked. LAW3ENCE BARtTTS MOVEMENTS, His t.ir Hi ComlnSI ..-.- lufl.i li-- i; elt r.r. Mll.wsl Kl K. Wi., S,-;.- -S- So.-i.vl me Law r nee Ur Vi It company b.'g:i ' ldlV ill t iii 'il.v. white t'l.' SC.t-O- opcllS lip IICXl M - day. B.irreu's ropciiory will indole plays. Tha iu.utU ( K.lith l'.arre'.t. youngest d m !'ter of the trv gcdiaii. to M i William wili ooii i take place. The ll.ureU's have .vurel n ili'sir.ibV p.iMtion in Hoston society, j ow nig to Ui intlii-o- er of the ltn-i- t and t'noites M.ss who i lai.je, vvhsh all I. ha aiw ays l e pop ul.ii-- . Iler sister a few veins :n! married M.u-- Anderson Srro brother, and 1' V eldest s1,'r M"v 11 ....... l,'.,.l..r hii nccnl.lf ."I lui-i- i iiiisiiioti in court ut Smug ill. Marshall Williams U the only ..it of aroii I). Wi.lUms of Kotury. w hoo foiliine meiled .v. leAViiltf bull With a lino man-iio- nml a m-- iiieoiue. Young William i a popular "" 'is alwavs to be nfit diivilig about Hie pity and whatever money ho ha tor horses. THE LVillilh Testimony Adduced Sliowirg Judge Zane's Participation in the Case as aa Attorney. P. H. EYES AGAIN ON THE STAND The Gives a Pull Account of the Stewart-elii- p. that the safe thing to do. we could have received lioiu them, of W.ng SPJ.Tofl we could have ve,'".vod j $111.70. which wou'i.l have mile a difference to the fund of S2-- (U! --'.. i Add that to the cost of the investigation makes S 771. Mr. Judd I believe, if your honor please, we are through on my side, but mv associate counsel in the ease ate both away, and 1 would not like to an-nounce it until they return. The .Examiner I waut to ask Mr. Dver a question or two. J 1 understood you, Mr. Dyer, in your former examination to say that you had tiled vouchers w ith your ditl'er-i'li- t reports made to the court, and your proceedings as receiver, and thai your tiual accounts will show voucher fm- all disbursements made bv you, with some f....- - uv.M.iiiiiiiw aniiill amounts. oil The Dyer investigation was resumed at that gentleman's ollice at ten o'clock this morning. John B. Kaehe, clerk in the territor-ial supreme court, was the iiist witness and being examined by Judge Judd, tcstilied that he is familiar with the handwriting of Judge ('. S. Zane, and he. recognized that handwriting in which the decree of the Utah supreme court of July 12th, ordering the present investigation was written, as Judge Zane's. The witness identilied several documents which formed part of the liles of this ease, among them being tho petition of tho school trustees, signed by Zane & Zane attorneys for tho pe-titioners. F. II. MeGurrin, tho present court stenographer, was sworn and tcstilied to having reported a part of the testi-mony taken before Judge llarkness in tin. ..vi.iln.itw-.- of 1 St Piisp nml that tiled those with the clerk of the supreme j court? A. Yes sir. Q. With your monthly reports that you made? A. Yes. sir? j q. And could you give me a state-ment of m h items in your account of disbursements, for which you have ren-dered no vouchers? A. Well. Judge. 1 think may be vou misunderstood mu about that; 1 saul that I didn't lake vouchers from the parties to w hom my agents paid the money; 1 did take vouchers from the agents in the held. To illustrate. Mr. L. Thompson hd charge of the sheep, and was managing them; and of course it was neces-sary for him to go from one point to another, of the terri-tory, to visii those herds as often as ho could get around lo them; and in doing that, w hy he had to pay his railroad Lire to diil'ereut points; then he had lo hire a horse occasionally; ho would ston over night at a hotel, and it was incidental expenses of that nature; said 1 didn't take vouchers from those .1. a ..t 'LI U lllllf I the linn of Zane & Zane took part in those proceedings and was composed of the present chief justice of Utah, C. S. Zane aud his son John M. Zane. Judge Judd here wishedtosaythat while his client was ready at all times to have his official acts investigated, he strongly objected to having them under or before Judge Zaue, who was aud is, and always has been, opposed to the late receiver, Frank H. Dyer. The articles of incorporation of the to W lioill iue mom-- mis ... ....... bv the agents, although I huve vouch- - ci--s from' the party that I really paid it to, taking his statement for these little incidental expenses on the road O You have a voucher, then for each item set forth in your accounts, on tile with tha clerk of tho supremo court? A Unless it has been mislaid in some way. ves, sir; 1 certainly liled om and I think'lhev are all then) now; u there are nnv short, of course we can tako pains to get them: there, ..r.. none short when 1 St. George Temple association, tne ar-ticles of Incorporation of the Salt Lake Association of the Stake of Zion, the articles of incorporation of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Da- y Saints re-siding in the First ecclesiastical ward of the stake of Zion, a copy of a deed of Horace S. Kldredgo to tho Salt Lake filed them; it was almost impossible to take vouchers iu those little mutters, of half a dollar or a dollar, involving tw or throe thousand dollars. Thereupon the examination was ad-journed until Wednesday, September L'lth, 1WM). at 10 o'clock a.m., at the ollico of Dickson & Stone. Literary and Scientific association tlicse papers were oll'ered in evidence to show the manner in which the tem-ples, stake and ward meeting property is held, and Lc Grande Young testihed that they are, almost exactly similar to all siich'transactious all over tho terri-tory- , with perhaps sonic local modilica-lions- . Frank II. Dyer being sworn upon examination by Judge Judd, testi- - lied that the cost of lliu investigation conducted before Judge llarkness was $47:W.87, about $100 of which was paid to Judge Sprague for his services. Q. Mr. Dyer, have you a statement whereby you can exactly doterniino the cost of the former investigation before Robert Darkness, Esq., under the peti-tion of the school trustees heretofore tiled iu this case? A. Yes. sir. il Slate the amount of it, please. A. Well the expense, us I have it charged up, includes all of that investigation as well as the reference to Judge Sprague. The cost before Judge Sprague how-- 1 ever was a moro nothing. .1 think a hundred dollars of this, or such a mat-ter, covers the amount paid Judge Sprague, on account of taking testi-mony Q On the question of ,ompetisation? A Yes. sir; that is all I see here with reference V that; but the amount 111 total is $473:1.87. 0 Well, do you mean to say that that is the amount of the cost of the in-vestigation that took place under the school trustees' petition before Robert llarkness? A. Yes. sir; with some little deduction for the O About how much deduction? A. It appears here there is only 100 pawl Judge Sprague for his fees for silting in the case. . O. The balanco is how much? A. OThat was the cost of the investi-gation under the petition of the school trustees before Robert llarkness.' A. o' & liave, you heretofore stated the ij in ihn .Instruction of aniOUIll UI me slieep, and the loss of rents by reason of the last herding that you did under the orders of tho court? A. l made some reference to it in my tesli-mon-on the direct examination. the exact amount O If vou have that was lost to the funiC by reason of that please state it. A. Since that al-lusion to that matter in my testimony. 1 have taken occasion to make from in) books and reports an Cstiiiiate---no- an estimate, but as I understand it he the number of "l,ep'ost to have been 72.VJ. and reck-oning those at the price at w hid. the makes L,k,(.i.. 4 sheep sold recently, then the exiienscof herding, dipping and s l and other neccs,ary expenses V making a total cost to the fund (which was I think as economical hevcouhl be run under the circi.m-s- t as less the wool ineesl of m;mM. which was sold, an.l the lambs, wh.eh e c an increase to the herd, deducting that from the t.hi0M would leave 1!).7.W of act- - : uai loss to the fund, n --Now, if they had been rented out had licen, to Mr. k- - s "orinstatici what would ha- -! Jen; ?). Mate of account? A.-- W e l, I j his, that I didn't reckon .1 upon t At basis exactly, because this !a- -t year time in which to lease I had a longer the summer long a hem. I had ail the court early m the I went to summer for advice a4 tow al sh ould be with tho-- e sheep, what Position sliouhl hp n,;"lu' f1 them. I'S advocating; that thev should be sold: that they were have had go, d binds; if they w ould 1 rm e to do so, and we h , i7h i5nH them also later on. thVt oflVr was refused at W cents then instructed me to do h, and thev herd them, and of course . charge that instruction to Judge W the if th hee; SLraiSJlllESTEl). SUvia and Aw Tksa Cie f by Uio in Lon-don. THE F0SIIJGCE3E AT.E INPIGNAS? At tha W.!ou of RrputlkM ia aa Eat'io'.t Etut ia Iadta. I..si., S.'it. '-- It i rertrt.l tlhal!.nin and live l..-e-an ''"ted Me Aui.lTe m arre-U-- d at hi l dif , iui;- - in this Pitv. Miiii on li..iim-- li"iii in tr.iooi j luartet at I'urr. IbrV Will ! ill l:uf'"', Ihlt i alt.Tii.iou on ii . h.u e of t)iiiif ili)f ' coniiiiil a btivii h o( m'mco. i I ( ii hii ainxal at tli r.i!wT ' tion MaMU ei;lcred a :! ind w uieiluit.-l- l.u-.- iinilprnrrwM. IIP pltppl qiiii'llv to l.!iiob.lh olic italioii whi-i- liulh tp il an. I Ixnmd o.-- r In Jk..1'"') U tii aqear toiuorvow . TililM'a MmII Madame Albert Uowe. ill thl pvp-nin- g give the last of a scri.-so-which have been given qui'o fre-quently of late for the ple.isiiro of iitu-si-loing people. A proenimme- has been prepared for the evening enter-lainmeii- t which will eclipse all other. Several new artists iu uenl and instru-mental mnio are-t- ile lu the exercises of tonight. No charge- - asked rtiel all are Invited to attend l the stu-dio of Madame- ltowe lu the piano wale h.. use of Abenmlhv V Itiam n V3 M West Second South (.Heel. A IWUr 111 oi. cabinet giuiid will e "sen 101 . tho occasion, i a li.iiAMvu. I Oci'i-iurx- ri-u- v Mlieti' I M -- ' Milllil I'o'i o M I il'l' II J. Vlolm solo (iv... i. lo m .oiiiii Mi)-- i,..'itiri! ,, a , BiiM "I' l" " r l.it n ' f"'" Allelt t' H.'ll'tM-I. lUii.l.mlun hoi.- - . I mit-si- n Mur Mi. t'n ti t r. Sh1.. i...I uiiil.ir 411.I I" l"' l"n fi. T. ti..rH,,o ' ; 1. V. Unoi II 7. Vti.llnHi.lo .omuls from ""ill- - H. l.K IllM.II. ,, K. Hoeratiii H.il m, ,.l,.,i.n A ... i i ll.i".- - ' '"' U. l'Uiio8.... Miss Mull.t l..l. 'li III Duet ' - .i.. I. llr.im IS Orr M nl.vme Kiiwv, 1 V- lli ll. II. Helmte.l ciitur mul lliiiijii I"1'. . . - Th TrilT oi.frrr ri. W isiii..ii'. S-- pt. '.'J -- Although nie. tiug of the eoulerriice loiumiltert oil Hip Unit bill Olle.l f.T tlu iiioi oiiig w hen tho hour of ar-- i rtpil the drniovntie i pre ihh tilled lli'-t- v onld t no nieetmit Th ! reason tor the postponement is the (int on I he p u t the republican eoiifnlli l.t consult lorlio r among tbpuis. lv" It appears no protfres a msIu im' Salui.l.iv in the ft suit f. biiiil.illw me, bonded wro.l ant Hi"'-a- l aiiii'inliiieiiM but lint the ip In sinbshipe.lh.it if an nirrerni"iit pan I p re4eh. il lip. ill one there wiH pro :ll.lv also result in an grcciueu upon others. ruth for IT..I.i JxtlgM. ( nt , Sl HIM.s, v , pt n enl Hie lo.inwuig noiniitj lions to the eiiato this liioriiiiig: l't' bale iud'.-- s f.r I'tjh i ra'ii-- 1. Dsl Wiishinuloii Ilenr shields, summit county. I'lmrlp II llei mull, i ooele county; .l ieoli Jvh on, San IMe coiuil . lie, t..r W II light. Davis 'loiuty, VS iiiiaio ..! w in. Cache poimlv; I ho s Waton. lllllch, Stephen K. I l.l'iiT, JiuU county. Hllver Mtirnl. Wasiiinutos. September 22. Silver offered the treasury department today airirre'Mtcd l.o;iri.um) ounces. Amount , )0,().)0 ouuees at l and $1.53. Vllri..i In rrl. (lalkimtll Messpimr. It is soniewha"t leinarkabl" that women wail ressrs are not more gener-all-employed In I'arU. As nil" they do'their work well, and are excessively pheap, nnd pelhiips ltd accounts for their popularity in Knghind. I'or bar maids am" wailresses, though they dispense mrong drinks and open pfferesci-ii- l wal'T. Il rmuv. however, be suggested Ih U. the faseinalioim of Ihn Imuiilu are apt lo iulerteie with buinoi. lor ' the ladies td Iho n'roshninnt looms in Knglaud have gossiping tongue, arc not adverse to tb.tleiiiig lonveisa-lions- , will accept gill of g. . and as a cla are not unknown to t'" law colit is w here bre.iell of pl."llHe eases are tried On II there ".!, ll.e customer w ho pomes lo dvuik m.i re-main lo talk and n.i "r:C ly P"nd money for the "good id lh" house At Honie'of the Duv.il p.labli-hiii-i- il " Pari all Hie ali.tmW.iis ir; lem,tle, and Liiglish is nii'l n sulenu like them. Ihotl.'h the proprietor of Huh popular refreshment il" not tin. I It worth Iheir wh.le lo ny- - ussi-- t ants who 111IU our l.uie.u.iif, I he exhibition of last year Intro.luecd I he barmaid system to th notice of Hie Parisians; but despite Hi" l hoard annonio mg Hint it was ! the fashion to Ijiki) siauding up, the pruclii-- did not 'pulcli on " lima . urious to notice that Ihe ciow.ls who palroliied Hie b.i.s were of the sa nationality as the harm ud. who iiomI have ieiunl to their name places under fho lui.ro'sioii ihut the 1 reiieli w.-r- a cold. 11uapp1ee1.il ie 1we. In, Paris Hie d. k work of the lestaui ini , is usually performed hy wo reversal 'of the H''h habits l.ut there seem no leusotl why II Ileal handed Phyllis iu eb nil cap an.) apron shouhl not take tin- - place of the clum-.- garlic flavored U iieon, who wh sks In servielU) ill our f. el and puts b.w 11 our glasse, and e h ingn wilii a bang. 'J he met hod of biting iu the stieels oulsiib- Hie pafe would be an cileeilml slop "o tl'" abtisp of th wilre "Meiii, w h'b; Hi chief ndsant.iges would mirvivn. I'Krurll n.l III lloollh, I...MI..N. Sept. - Spe. I ll j It U aid that Mr I'snmll leii iir.f l bv bis l advisri t.i Bi to lor his heullh. but lh t h h lo it.i Hind after Noteml.er Imiil perhap not then ( Hie K.nernmenl 1,1, ..nl-- bi.isl on cilUnrf paibarnetit j together. BOTH WANT HIM. Two I'omie tadir Who love a Swift Youth. Wichita, Kan., Sept. 22. A clerk in a dry goods store, aud quite a dashing young luan, -- was arrested Saturday 'upon a complaint of Maggie 1'nltz, charging him with a serious crime. Reaching the courtroom, it was agreed that a wedding would make amends for all, and they wore publicly married in the court room. After a moment's congratulation a young girl, Jennie Tolman, rushed frantically into the court room and cried out: "Oh Amos, you ain't married, are, you?" following by a string of uninte ligible words, and rushed up to He llo completely lost control of lumselt, nd the answer came from anotticr that he had just married. l"was the signal for another outbreak and the bailiff forced her into another room and insisted on her keeping quiet. She iinally told the story that the then Mrs. Bell had less cause for cemplaiut than she herself. She was less than 18 years old, and, according to Kansas law his relations with her were such that the legal action she would take would be known as and she would rather turn h.m rape, than to the over to tho penitentiary arms of another girl.. Some friends of Bell lost no opportunity to seek to paci-fy her, and in the event money w ill re-pair the damages she will no doubt get a good sum. Xo court actmn has yet been brought. She is quite preltj. being the daughter o a widow ladv She is highly respected. Dell with her for some has kept company time- - Mrinliirnf I'arliililHitit l)l. Dl Bl.lN, Sept. T. M. Mariiui. member of pai lianient for north Kilkenny, died today while at-tending mass. l.oi ".ii ri.ni, L.iM'.'N. S' l't H! - l.a'er advi.iH from Goa. lud i, t.ii pi;flilen were tille-- l it" d t f l .v MHin. IT III" Pli'dloll Tiol si lli-i- i'ft 1'V I'.'ltB' g,.Mti who II d oil Hie nortd of lepilliliiaus. Hie I'oltog' "' r of lloii!iiV hs'.e U'le'l lo nii.il t' ;i,'.'l.. lol ui. !' tile I'oriiirfp'p Kmrl'U' flit' lit, lidiesnt 4 llielf gllfltflieeS. :itlrKo Mrnt. , - CnicAOO, Sept. closing qnotatious wero as follows: WliKAT-Stea- dy; cash, uKJ; Decem-ber, $1.0d-- . May. Sl.005. COUN-K- asv; cash, October, 4!l-- May, m '' Oats -- Easy; cash, :1S; October, 3; May. 4 Mi:ss I'ouK-Siea- dy; rasli. .October '.l t!5; Jaimaiy. if 1.73. W.SO; Oetor. January, $0 20; 11. (ill. ( Ko.2 15AUl.KY-K- ay; cash, oj. SURFACE RAILROAD MEN. riiey llohl CNiiivniillonof lrt Serrny Hi .Nnw rk. NKW Youk. Sept. 2.'. - Special.l-- A convetition of surface railroad men is being held here today. The meeting has no reference whatever to the recent strike on the New York Central rail-road. The proceedings nr pondiieted with the utmost secrecy. After the general tie up iu 10 the New York division. No. 1. knights of labor, was almost annihilated. Thou-ami- s of members had to abandon She organisa-tion to obtain work. As for Hi" lead-ear-they were forced out of the busi-ness' Since Iheii.Mhc men claim. I hey Ihiue been required to work sixleeu hours a day. and they claim the number of men working for l.".0 a day is much lariior than those who received .. Thcv aro llm king inlo the knights of notwithstanding the s labor again, defeat with which Iho organiza-tion recently met. There is no l.ilk of a strike, but there is inlenso dissatis-faction among tho employes. A Hn In trnlil bipild tlor of ,l. SIM, N Sepl I'll" the ( ' ipe of I I H. " b .nit report deficit III addition lo the loss ,.f lh" mil .' piid up c ipiliil and reset . loud he -- il miiouiiis to II! i n hi lii" report re. iuli il. it .1 lirt c iH be in of" iim the shareholder l- -r a lonelnd pmi-l-pel m re p lyal'le Ml leu moutltiy II,,- l!trt.tl Irt flh. Tiii'V. N Y ,sept ? I it hour lust uly'it mi i.iiCU. lb" PoiH'trv of Mr M uo l.. .1. r. .1 wealth N-- w York liiei. haul. tol.illv d slmy.-i- l by ln and M io he .(.. r year old wot biilio'dlo ile itli. Nett York Moin-- r "' Stor""' New Youk. Sept. barclv steady, a shade better thati the lowest prices of the morning. Har Silver, 11. Money 4'i'3c. Fl)urPo.ipons. 24; racil.c sixes 14;, Central Pacific, SI; Rurlingtoii I; Denvi'r & Kio Grande UiJ; Nor I, ,.,- - I'acilic m: . , Northwestern, Hj ; New ork Central. r,i;Oregon Navigaiioit WiJ; I ruin Conti-nental, :!.; K-- '"'n.'1- ) St. Louis & San rraneisco, ... St l'aul&()uiaha,:i(iLlexasl'acilic,1.it, Union Pacific 3H; Wells, targo 40; Western Union. M; 1 Mail, 43: North Amenean, JUL i:t l n(t'm ...it HI Pirisiu u.i. Sept .'-'-; A" F.ne, Pa. .po.-oi- l - V I lo'i V L. - 1 i l hi home ill Ibis lily W'fV iil H M an IU' i tlieomnell AlldbeK- - Ipls. I. Ill u hde lo. i 1 V. I.V W lllilll. hil ' pbyii'iau rn hopeful WANTS TO RESIGN. K.. lr. ranllelil ltTlp n n".r Tram h Mor l.llxirnl l'rlsh. HiiooKl.vN. N. Y.. September 22. I Special. comiiiiilee representing w. i..i,r I'nuersaliht church, Chicago, has been in consultation since noon with the nulhorilies of the Church of Our Father in regard to Ihe resignation of Rev. Dr. Canfiebl. with the result that the relations of Dr. Canliehl Willi the church f w hich bo has been pallor for vars will be amicably dissolved at the' meeting lo be held tonight. Dr. Oatificld 'Iocs not t'o lo Chicago e he has been olfered a larger sal-ary than he reeeived here, but because thai city affords belteroppor-Utilitie- s to a minister who has an am-bition to do the gieate t possible good. THE CLEARING HOUSE. pliTthTTwo-Mill- l ... U.. Halt !.aU. Still I Biistov, Sept. 2.'.-- The following . , . ,i,.,l from dispatches from he clearing-house- s of th- - cities named, .hows the gross exchanges lor last week, relative per cent of ...crease nVd decrease asagain-tsimila- r amounts lor the corresponding w,,'!iinJL ... fiearlnis. Inc. Ilee. tIT1ES), j !" f s- ii..Vi LI H Hoston sir, too! ss.S Cl.l. :u;o . .... ;t ',,i;lil-llti- la .,' '.j.j. ,,, St. I,iHliS ;;. ; Sim Fran.-;-...- . s; vi. I :::'.;: pOtsMira ji ,,,,.71: 11 7 .... . jhtPliiiore ,.. ,.,,;.0,' Hi :. iii.iniia'i ii ;.( 11 1 K:insst.tt 6 ):, :i Hiiffat"-- .ii- :--: !i l...ui-vl- ll j s m, .0, H M,,viikee ho. i.',,i r.Jiv.!;. :::::: ( leVllOKl - .'I! " ' Minneii ! !,,'...t:, :v i on.uiia li.o ' u-- 41 i .i,1 3.1 lToviilenre , , St. Paul r K((- y) 0 ; c,iiueitiu :n D.iii.'li.-- ... ai.j , j , ,,,,,i fi a Mellll'1' li X'. d ' ,f. ' ' St ..l.i-e- p ' I , ( tll v ... W'l"Kt"n - !'- - j j,:;. j . ';.vX.'v i i'.'.'.'.'. .New ,.4,. ; . . 1 . sprin-'i- - ,:. .' I I . 771 , , VCr. ester , ,, ,.A ,,,, f, Calve.om , j,' 5 T:e."I ' i :T ,e.- - li 'I nan ci'on .. is 4 (;raui K..i.ia e , .. Syniei ! iv't ..(. m S 1 hsttanooKa j AJ) t ; ,1.- - , .. i.' 1, I i Htne etsnam , ,9i , . i., M'.iop r,;, : 0 Lino '" w Hi 3 0 I.imi.'tjn. Ky. j nj 1 . New He.lfor-- J j,,;-.,- K,i 'T vt-.- n " ,!. !,,.,( 1,4 H 'illnx ,(- s .;,.';;;";;'.".. !,,il. .... J.OW.j .. .. ' :. TZ..t'l-.- li. vi. , ;tu v. "TleTTeTMnTS:. N cenriii j at Ifti Uiu lal )'r-- ' ' - - ' Ar Menially miml.l In l"t t Paul, Sept S: Deputy M,!levey i Holed Ui a dud witn a )oi-ri!- - ii.ttii Pan Another 'let ' wis fought w rf.ei , at V I'"-l- d iels aui-- e U'Oii tliy hun-- j lang.-- alf.ni' H.....I, III r Min-i:iil.- f. e't 'f ' - Tlironh lh collapse of e tll il L inks ix itl. .If- - .I'lWl MniielOOft l. ie ic ell ..ll.roerge.l. !lll.lei, 0 loli of gr.ip.-- hive l.li, alld W.lO loid ' U0 ilrowi.etl. CONGBESSIOSAL. SKNATE. After the passage of a number of un inqiortant bills the senate procce. led o consideration ot the bill to dehne the of toutts and regulate the jurisdiction of theUniled States. IIOISK. errill of VirVnbi an.l SmitSi of Aviomt were the only democrats in the hall w hei t cl k called to order. J he--, w as mn'ier direction of tlm spciiker ca d the roll on approval of 1 ml The vote resulted, yeas l.irf. n.ij responded. St.U no nine members qotion of McKinley the house adj republican caucus SuiccdtobeWldimme, The conclusion reached by the re irt Hl"l ll". Now York M.l nt r.l uncertainty over tlm r'Mitl of yesterday's el Ion In Wvon.n.g Is a surprise.' Th" republienns liav- - earr ed ' their congt-psiioi-i il and iMativn In k ' ruin all probability, hut th" f'..,ll 01, the governor i s'ill 'l"1'1. i baiice apparently Korie-- hat ifl fa or of the deiiioeiulii- can. lid ate, The siiipn-- e does not continue long, j bowe.er, when we km.W that H.ere s.e ; a number of Mormon In W yoming. I I h. ir oi ; peeiailvinl-'iii-H'cmity- . lv;, of .....ir-- e. ;! b.r Baxter, I hi j .leoiieTalie atePilale. Id ,).. ha. d, -- franchise.! l.- -r Mormon res.dei.14, and III siiprelie- - eoo.t ha Inplii lilherrihtlod.. VS by do.-- o; t i Wvoining follow -- nil. . A.t.il.. v.te-- r femi!" miff rag-- 14 I ' j ed I no p ace to permit Mormon, to j o! - - - jnii4i:mBHn. iUust. .P i 'Ho- - v'lt..r f Itolhi in Uio- - ei,'...i i f 1 I ' lire Tiir.e l.ii'i die'lb .l..s:roy.-- l J'i. b- - of "i" bf" polil-- f. The people rttp detHul. j Walter Tliriito I"' Bovi.iN. S. pl. l -- A !e ml strike is threatened by the wai'ers in He- - In Ids ami re t iuranls. ' ii-e of the trouble is the demand m.vle'i.y the wa.l-r- -l for shorter hours of labor and more a.;es. Iho eui-- j pi. ,vees think the demaml unreasonable land are, preparing to resist it In tin; ' event of a strike taking pb.ee th-- ' Mian-- ' ng,.r have engage'! girls t tak the places of the w iiiiers. nrn.em- I Sh se.'i. h furnii-p- - . C,i -- .... !' ,.. u. .tre k -r ' u .er . ' !, " ei. I.e. me blown out Iron ,.,,. t tti 01 ci:mi "si-.i- i of ti utr.ke. j i, re i.'t al. Cm. Ves.i-if- , l. n.er. l',,!o , hf .. ,,H ( il.lOier l'ie- - I it ti- W i' er l ! ! g:rl S re4r.tl..l U,n:VM llheO . K. hxlK t' bo: i,!S -- oi'lli-r re in i.'"- - li. iion II P I l son. ri.-- b't io .i.. rriei-.- . for .ot: " l:i; al.-- r lo Lu. ;... tnti-ri-ir, th .1 civ. a eoe-i-.- t t by bid.n!i. Miu' frr..-- y'-'-r.- r H I the- pmpr'fctof "HI '!is -- , s'f.-.'-- niora:t from Teil.U.-ie- . t o.O. IT h h4 . r mo-.tn- . IN l e.-i- .p t,e i.!tHna!ii.i si.!l.j t 114 U.I are-- l i,it. r .(I; 'os u..., W Ved.K-- Ipi r.M..n t is f ;;. ' y . '' tt5ti ijlt1 ' i f Ho- - W 1 ier Wo.l Mower an t ! H ;m M mtnlaf. i 't;nsC ss, , ,o a! t;i- - th Co op--I rrs,;i W iii.o and M ..f'tt-- eonipiny. 1 yr Ve....r w.-!- remain uoti! fs r h !tjf ,..! tli .nt Ukd..-l4- in od i j two n mute. Which Wilt b g.3la lad.eti oti the fur tround a4 ouetiit of ti t vpuratita company. l.un.-!iK- T he j The' limit;, Sept. ISpi-eial.- Snrib-L-ii- a was lanuehed io'b.y. iaiini h v.a, elfi.eled by King Htm.! -- n. In-le- of workmen eiiiliug Hie ropes with balehels. : formerly, it w so arranged that when the k.ng pr.-s- ed a button lvo iiim ""' blade of sleel fell and instantaneously rot through H.e cables Hi it held !' snip Tomuot Ho; .n!f of spezia mill li't iilummateil. The Site linwtlon Settled. s ..n Sent 2',. The South Park vnda. ... j A Tit ular U. ' ,r.vri ll..ei;-ri- u I i,.e who an; keeping !' pro;e' l4 f our oil r. ..Hiit.- -t 10 nwn.I :.! eouraed by the folb.liig from tee i,stie of the ;C,iy Derrick, toegr--.- !, i authority on oil matter in lm ,.!,- ! he an.! all too-'-i- Itisr- - ! i,.t ....k for t:.. i!- i'A I'''!-- v : ,.o,n the Pe.ii. ..." nei't .li'--, ft ..'se... ties deo...:'l- i-' I.,,.,, 0 -. k .e .,..... Utim Ued to ledd - 1 ...iioneio iht.-- years, a. or.- g to l sL'o eof-h- ; !!. !.! W t'-- . oil w I mhi" to 'ippiy ..-.- . tot al'pr ; t, re got. t!'- -' 't'e--u,H-liMssoupi. i.i-.'- .s 'hi "i;t;ur,n : fi 1,14 ai w.s.jr but ..re:r 1, a...! eastern o.l m n know .1. or n'rT Sh" ":'p'-- '" tm f if hi re i '1'" l.ong l.i" Hi' t l'rilni. Pa .Sept. ! -f- speei-.! j -- Peport Uoneenong tbe health of M.Orevy.th-- ;i repooe 4r, cans l,epr. iing.noehunea-.iie-s- . A few days ago while walking in fii V irden, he u.'-- I der.lv became fa.lit and n I'eing ton-)eye- l to hi residei.ee. h was trciiie'y pro-- l rated. Two r Co..Br.niea d. as n 1 sgtos , ,pt lanA was the can-"- - tion 22 --Wm rATcoSessniaPn. died this i ftimaerk Will io Kmland. i p.reu. Sept. ' B smrek. il is atHioiiDeed, lias l"-- ' fri'iined to 2- - to EuVlaml this autumn. notwiihstaii.l.ng hi former deelaratmii. i that he would never re int that IL; w'H by t'i vja, Count lkri.it. W e hat, this devoted espe. lal rare to ihe "ur ' bne. of underwear and h"nr ' QaorT.mtoPIt- - nent "1. Morey of Washington. , a rnie in New Hampshire niakm? nc,ta aa offl!nse ,he house today a Cr'tfSuStito the purpose of breaking a quorum.