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jUL" . THE SALT LAKE. TIMES. .IIppE 5j jL - - SALT LAK1-- ; CITY. ufiATURpIKinMMiTirisiii! ma Mi BIGOT All Jonr"a1istic London is Laen-V- at G.jfge W. Snia'.'ey's Latest Break. WHY EE FKAI ED "H3 P .W:E. The Swe'les of F' L tis in 0 1'lmemon-tio- n o t ,e Tuirty Yean' .'. ar A ii Lottery League. London, Sept. 6. Special. All journalistic Loudon is laughing at Vn o. 'VV. Siimlloy, who wiites for the New York Tribune, ami a'so for a number of obscure paper on this side of l ho At-lantic. Acem Hi,' to his own descrip-lio-ho is the isikest tory in England. For tliu past lew years in his correspon-ilenc- o ho has been writing in very com-plimentary terms of the priiiee of Wales. Of course. Smalley after all this work saw to it that the attention of the prince was called to the notices which referred especially to him. Not COUteilt Willi this Smnlluv liim.u.lf i.-,-. i ' scnted the ))rineo with a hugo voir containing clippings from the vario.. newspapers in which the great journal-ist had lauded the prince. The prince who is after alia gentleman courteously acknowledged Smalley's kindness ami paid a tribute to his talents as a jour-nalist. Then Smalley had one of his friends directly suggest to the prince that Smalley in recognition of his jour-nalistic services should be created a kuight. The prince scanted tho idea, and his praises therefore will no leugur be sounded by Smalley. pJF DEATH. Occident on the Denver & Rio Grande Near Adobe This Morning. LYF01TYMEN WERE "NJDEED j a Number Were Killed Outright iBp shes Into Two Oars Loaded With Laborers, o.vCin-- , Col., Sept. G- .-A ter- - incident occurred on tho Deliver Granite railroad at 4:!50 o'clock oruine. u'at Adobe. Train No. , ruuuing in two sections. The ll! rtiun had two day coaches loaded ' .borers, and had been derailed our miles below Florence. The j (lashed into them with r force, completely smashing the ; coaches ami injuring from .live to forty men, and killing a outright. Tho bodies of live ! already been recovered. Twelve ' ill missing. The wounded are '.' inR cared for at the depots at nee. Coal Creek ami Canyon City ians are in attendance. II lioiJN Hi!,, Th. E tl E M Eicliirre Ful's aa la-lo.- Si?'- n ith I'tuiij o. 0 v.cry. WAKTS 0 --'ASUFACTIR"! CLASS. Tha Demanl for P 'or-- Tooiii andDol-lin0- o Tho Tri ) to fcaiuir auJ Iu Works. Today's session of the real ela'e ex-change was an informal one. Tho tra-ditions of the real estate boom herein small fortunes were made iu a single i turn were revived mid euiMlishod anew. It was Hit all roun I engagement in fact between the single handed ora-- ! tors in which all piped their yitrus and struggled for the president's eye. Tho demand for dwellings was nuhsetptenl-l-put under d ..cuv.ion ami tho impres-sions nil agreed that there wa an open-ing in this direction that lins rarely of-fered itself to capital. The wants of half dozen house hunters were posted and almost any kind of a tenement w ill command a good figure that the "im-mediate necessity" may bo relieved. Tho representatives of capital will do well to place themselves iu the hauls of the exchange. and that even w ith thi outlay the price of ihe Mormon farmer won; undersold by 25 per cent 1 ho filiation, aerord-- , ing to the grain handler. is somewhat menacing In grower along the banks oi the Jordan and utile tuey are capsule of meeting the home crop lliiv.tlens to be as a "rug. The valley o: ihe Missouri re lon-e- to tind an outlet for their uer.ituiid.tnt yield and to do this will unioad at almnM any figure. The proteetiot that Utah gel wili ihen rest as a d scrctiouary article in the tap of the railway. Ti follow ng ar ts r-- l e.i.ti irnfir tnvn r.:n p. m. J ..lrr..y uutil Vm- tni tvrtuvm: Wm ,'ttllranl wl' W C t'hiltn- - II iwrt ,.( lot 7. Nix li II". rial A, S .it Las'-eit- amvf y . t S' H'-n- r v T l n 'n I" J iwr II Vail ie i- n.l A k 3, Wllkiu.'H'U auiail- - vis at . Hit .leh 0 W.-(..i- - in I'ulru k J K)n. M . !. I. rh ) i. , Anhui U T.iftt . jiiiwuTiilti" nf (V. li.,, I, l!t-i- , filli p t, j SlrtMi,ir' a ll. m . U John W 1111 i"l Vf l J in.i"" H l iM hraii". kts-- ail 1 10 til I. i'itl' li ltVlltu . , I j H W I'arkifi't at lnsiiiiilT V Tvt r. a ni-ni- a il. p.ul Kit I. Im k i lial t' S I. f '.irvit I.' j J M I' it l.i An at) lrh) arr-- ilv I. I.iia m i i ini'luiv. bi.vk in, I' .pl.nl li'lK'Ha ") ImikJ Wil li- - l lltrrr lam.ivtn i.'il In lots l ami ll. I'im k . l apl el I gala IW KIIuIh-iI-i M Alli I i I'aaHf K II ill ilrr l li )iarl Mi ttun , towuak.p S MHilh, ran I t 1 Uis. k M Thniiii.in tut. u I W S rl ll warranty iWl. lm I an , ll. H f .i l. an.l I Is and $. Uu I. R I l.akr VI w 5) lim n A ami KiUn I'M hintttoJ nis ll Muvln. U"il p r. nl im- li. u .nit, l.iii-lil;- i i. sou h. M"i!i' 1 'as' 3W r. N. rhrlanh at ,il In T. Ilill.har.1. arr'itv iisi-.- l 1. 1 Hi, Mia k . An hr-- r A M il inllvia iin NO U M. i if 1,1 I at In V. I Ckr niiiat, ,ii t n( a Si, tlk . ui.li-i-i I' ailitit mi I0 J. W. I.'liiu.-- n t nl K I t'httunan. a twiiimiI. loin i nnj 3 lii k . I I'- ll r A Jiiimson M um mi.'ri aiM i) n E A lnriiir nl wlfa In Hrrtn lnr r. w.irr inly . I. earl I I LkIik k .m il it II Bt.t' anrvev Crrl t ami Haiah nirl-- r In II H Vf"f. nnlT iii-U- . mrl In! t hl.H-- .ti f at Krtmva ii Vari'ar t Hn n V WlilUm. unit denl. lot .'i, tilm k X). l..t K, HO iirav ..' Id) Till,. in I,wi anil ltP In Jane (' lip wn war amy lrM Ini and lilin'k hi l "l.iiln -- it bt Mr J IIihIkwid tn John M Whiia'cr. M tanty il d kita'd . M, klnrk A lla.liiiur uulivla.iia , Ait Total I" JI3 The Hull I'ourh. Secretary Montgomery of the ex-change found the usual volume of cor-respondence awaiting him this morning anil is busy giving it his attention. A correspondent writing from New Brighton, l'a., says be has been in-formed of the great abundance of ma-- teiial In this locality that are used In Ihe manufacture of glass that can bo had as cheaply as iu the older countries of the east. Sleek coal, ho continues, is good with which to manufacture, glass, but in future if natural gns la dis-covered in sufficient quantities a great deal of labor would bu saved. There Is uu branch of the glass trade where re-turns are realized so rapidly n in li e fine blowing ware. Ho can manufac-ture gliins at an expense of IHHI a day aud produce warn at leant to tho amount of MM) a day, tho increase of labor depending on the temperament of the market. Two months would be re-quired to construct a glass plant and have it in active running order. A request for ll copy of th eotiipan v' annual report on the Horn Silver mine comes from Cincinnati. Also for Utah Lone &, Cement slock. Requests for general liiform illon on tho city and west come Irom Glouces-ter, Mass., Augusta, Mn., Cedar Kails, Mich., and Kllijah, North Carolina. "A correspondent hi New llrtghlcii writes for a cigar box full of the lino pottery clay with which this eouuiry abounds. It will bu sunt to him for analysis. Th Hall Cieji. The growing importance of the sa'l industry and tho eu"eel it will ulti-mately exert upon the prosperity of this country was given a practical air-ing yesterday at the great lake in the presence of a large delegi tion from (he Real F.state Kvchaiige, who had ac-cepted the hospitalities of Vintager N. W. Clayton. It required but few min-utes to deposit the excursionists in a spot on tho lake shore where Ihey could suilT brine loaded bree.rs lo their hearts content. Tl aguiiude that hab already been acquired by this en-terprise was a revelation. The evapo-ratin-vats expand over an area nf i0 l acres and afford one of ihe most pictur-esque landscapes ever presumed to Ihe vision of man. Thn vats are fed by u pump thai taps the blue bosom of the lake and then left to settle into their crystalline mas. Thai, which Is d for domestic use Is relined at tho mill, while Unit which Is supplied the smellers ttnd mills Is delivered in il native cubes and crystals. Fram a few tons ft day Ihe product of the work has risen to one hundred ti.ns, moil of which finds it way to the extensive beaching pin lit of Montana. Forty thousand tons will b put up for winter' consumption, a standing order fur a'l.MSl Ions from Montana having been received. It is needless to say that the visitors had their eye open. nl In tine indiinlry, tbo extent and possible growth of which cannot be realized without a personal investigation. Manager Clayton i lo Is" eouglalubilc-- Upon the nliecens hit has achieved. bib' the inhabitant of halt Lake may congratulate tin msWte on hating lieeil awak d lo look upon an industry that promise much for lh territory. Ileineint furSmra It no mi. The necessity of additional store rooms, at fair rental. Is emphasized each day b ihe presence of slore rooin hunters friiiii lb" ea-- l, who are anxious to get their local. on iu order for fail coiisignriieiits.whieh are now beginning to arrive. All of tin contingent, how-ever, wnnl to itovt ii in the heart i of the cily. ll would lie dillicult at this time t'i deline ihe boiindiiricii to the ' heart of the cily, a the numlr of new blocks that will lie compVted before snow III.- - will vie wilh the oid ones for jmpuiarity. This may have tho effect of changing Ihe coiirm of the bui'iliug boom, and by a deter fawt in arcbiti-ctiira- i surgery, remove the heart to if line other part of the archileclural anatomy. The astute and foreigner will appreciate this. and. iu tbealiwnce of an opportunity to put hiniwif in "the heart of the city," a it now stand, will gel in the way of the new- - one. The iniiiiie-- r of building now on the n.a---r- bulletin renders thi ulject exocedingiy problematical' A !e C ompeO.loo. A cargo of twenty-tw- ear of grain, dnided corn and oats, from Iowa indicate that tho peoole of that com- - monweaitli hare not been sleeping on the growing necessilie of the frontier I and that they intend lo make conifm-- ! tition dei id'edly for tbe j local farmer. It i :tid that the I People Forwarding company were J paid freight to the aii aml of t0.W), ARID LANDS RELEASED. An Important t ir, lilr ,sslled u , ,,, '"iimiKinii,.r tirotr ' .AsiUNOTux, Sept. 5.Land Groir issued to the registers and receivers of land ofiices a circular pleasing from reservation the lands of and region. Jt calls attention to . 18H0, which repeals so much of the act ot October 2, 1HSS, as withdraws lands in the arid region of the United states from entry, occupation and set-tlement, with the exception that reser-voir sites heretofore located or selected Hall remain segregated and reserved from entry or seltloment until other-wise provided by law, and reservoir sites hereafter located or selected from Public, lands shall in like manner be re-served from date of location or selec-tion. The circulars of August f, lsso and August !i, ma, are rescinded. "Entries validated by this act will be acted upon in regular order, and all patents issued on eutries made subse-quently to this act, and on entries so validated west of the one hundredth meridian, will contain a clause reserv-ing a right of way for ditc'misand canals constructed by authority of tho United plates 1 articular attention is called that portion of the law which re-- s nets the acquirement of title under the laud law to y.'fl acres in the ngre-gate- . 1 on will require from all appli- cants to hie or enter under anv of the land laws of the United Stales, affidavits snowing that since Autrust ill), 1!I0, they Had not hied upon or entered under said lawsaquantity of land which would make, with the tracts applied for, more 1 iau a20 acres, or. provided the party should claim by virtue of the exception as to settlers prior to the act of August 60. mo, you will require affidavits es-tablishing this fact." THE EDITORS' ADl.U. . Th.. M Mourt ii.c 1 ulitr Ursnlre and ' tlt'll l tart.- The delegation of Missouri editors itter a ,i, lijii.ttu p;iiie ;n lliis city de-parted for Denver this r.. i si'iiik w.i i. recollections thai will make tl. em' look forward wiih irrvpressable pleasure to its repetition. If there j a feature of intere-- t to w hich they were no; then the peripatetic cicerone d;d not know of its pre.-- i nee They were escoried every litre from the cemetery with its slumbering legends to the great lake, the tinal pilgrimage be-ing to Fori Douglas where ihey were sp endidly lega ed. At a meeting in the parlors of the Walker houe last evening th ' following resolutions were adopted: Kesolved. That tho members of the Missouri press association after having spent iu this- beautiful cily of Salt Lake one of the most delightful ihey have had to any of the points of interest in the west, desire to express their ap-preciation of the many vomlesics that have been extended them, ami to es-pecially recognize tho attention paid them by Mr. Frank K. Uiliespie, secre-tary of the chamber of commerce, and his associate committeemen, who have been unremitting in their efforts to make our visit pleasurable and instruc-tive; also the Union I'acilic railroad for a trip to liulTalo park and Garfield beach; Salt Lake city railroad compauy for courtesies, and Prof. Dtyne for or-gan recital at ihe tabernacle. We also wish to express our sincere thanks to Mr. J. II. Bennett, agent of tho Klo (irando Western railway, and his a-- s sl-ant, Mr. L. J. Kvesl to Mr. Kccies, agent of the Union Pacific and his as-sistant, Mr. Adams, and also to Mr. H. S. Wallace, agent of tho Pullman car company at Ogden, for valuable and generous courtesies. Uesolved, That we are favorably im-pressed with the enterprise, the pro-gressive spirit and tho hospitality of this cily, and predict as we wish for it, a prosperous and brilliant future. .iiiiiraB roil .ih)v.' i Eauick Hoi brook of Bcnti'ul Tica ia DwilllDg. A EO3ATI0S FCR TZZ CIZZ.1. Tb Tbrillitig 8tory Ttit Eheril CUj Uutarthrd-T- be Firtt Z p! B4 The leqiir-- l to a r!e of ileaUtinS files that hate swept oir Hoiintiful since Atigut I iwutt Com' misaioniT (ireeninan aftvrnooo at 3 o'clock, when !ieritf D CI. Willey, of avi rniinty, in which h offeae n KirHiraiet. appeared with Homck A. Ib'lbrook. whin n held under a eharga of anon. The primer h.tvitig or-looke- d the neceity for legal talent uutil he peered tnln the iern and rigid face of Justice, m-- hi brother ti recon-noitre (or one. Tbe inr-tige- r in entitiiigl.awyer VaoC'nir, ho nude hi npHaraor aa rotinsel for tho ilefen. while Judge Towers appeared for the pror-cutio-t ouiisel for the defen atated ! foln nrntigniiieiit that lie di ird a that he had not had time ! rou'iilt with Ini rlirnl. and knew noth-ing whali-tr- r of hi pmition In tha mailer. Judge I'ower. although signifying the readine of Ihe proaecutloit lo eon-tinu- e wilh the et animation. eonceed the right of roiiim-- l to get to the ear of pi Uoiicr before going into court, and offered no objiiction Tho prisoner thereupon arraigned and the prellimuary continued until Kiturd.iy next nl lOo'rlock The imrtieiilar of Hollirnok's offna dale back to Ihe blaze that illuminated ihe riiiinlrr alxuit Itoiinl ful on Sundav iiiol uiiig I it bi lwi-- . n nildulght and 1 oclmk, ishen his house w.i Imrnrd tit the ground, a W4 hi bain, In which hore uud row It na tased up to the Inerndiaie. a Ilolbrotik told a thtilling title of how he had reacued hi invalid inoiber from the hM tungiie of the ftaiiio. Inlen' iiullgnalion apresd through the neighborhood and lla deni rem nere up in arm It a(ear how-ever Ibat llolbriiok had an Inturaara on hi hoiixi tit the iiini of 1'iisi and a few ilaya later aeiit for the com pan r agent to hae It adjusted The ag'iil liegan In Inquire critically lulu th a thai had Im i n enumerated in IM-hruo-lul and had hi attatiiriotts sroflsed The mnttr pUrnl In lb hands of Mierifl Willey whit i( on llollirook' trail, and yrtt-rtlay- . Having collecled iiflleli'nl evidence lo Jmlif It, he to-i- k the tirlanner In limlMt Hi k luilislied that llolbrook pill the torch In own property, and on that i hsrg will pmh a vlgnroii mitt searching Ilulbrnok l a ynune mn nf about thirty year aud Is a nalito id Ihe valley. HE FREE LIST DISCUSSION. ariffon rish -- l)icuslnn on the Duty on Hops. Hi.vcTON, D. C, Sept. C The today coutlnucd tho cousidcra-,- f lite free list. r some discussion the paragraph ding duty on fresh fish was amen-t- o read as follow: "Fresh fish lit by citizens of the United States r high seas, or in open waters of ;,kes forming boundary between nitt cl States and the dominion of la." This puts them on tho free p paragraph relating to fish on the i)le list was then taken up, the Ion being on the finance coinruit-- subslititte for the house para-h- , which fixed the duty at ono per pound on fish, fresh or salted, lomuiittce amendment fixes tho at one-hal- f cent per pound. '. Gray offered an amendment pro ;g that such fish 6hall be admitted of duty from 'any country that fishing vessels into its for the purchase of supplies, 's amendment was rejected and lomraittee substitute slightly modi-m- d agree to. te paragraph now roads: ' "Fish ed, dried, sailed, pickled, fresh, :n, packed iu ico, or otherwise pre-df-preservation, not especially nerated or provided for in this act, half cent per pound." ie paragraph placing a duty of 13 b per pound on hops was then n up. Gorman moved to reduce ate to 8 cents. 'Irieli submitted a proposition, ex-iD- g the time of tho discussion of the bill, to and including Monday, it the discussion is to be limited to y minutes and when the sugar Jule will betaken up after that ngemcnt will heretofore be made ply. The proposition was assent-j- . en Gorman's amendment to re-- ' the duly on hops to 8 cents per id was rejected. lit moved to place salt on the free negatived; yeas 2li, nays 34, (a v vote, except that 1'addo'ck voted inoe offcrpd an amendment for the of the duties on foreign pro-- s purchased by excession of Atner-far-products. Rejected; yeas 23, i i0. a party vote. motion of Gibson, sorghum seed figar cane seed were placed on the list. NOBLE'S LETTER. The Secretary Touches on the Arid Land Uuextiou. Santa Fe, N. M Sept. J. W. Noble of tho interior department writes Register Morrison of the Santa Fe land office an autograph letter, re-ferring to tho subject of arid laud, ju which he says concerning tho reserva-tion of reservoir sites and the act of October, 1388: It has been lately attempted to hold this but both respimsllil,, f the results of this hill, Hie opinion or the assistant, attorney general and the aforney ire ienil himwlf es- tablished that the aet itself was the cause of the trouble, for by its very terms it reserved from settlement all these lands: now the sites shall be dlspos-- of in thestalesand territories so as to prevent eouHiots where streams ruu parallel bet ween states, or states and territor-ies; how tills water shall be reflated and the interest, or all be reserved and more shall he op posed, will now become a vital question. There are many views and there is ueed of invest n and discussion. The system must Im es- tablished by legislation. Its enforcement be-longs to tho executive. So far as I am run cerned. you may depend upon it. the best in- terests of the people will he trulded reasonably and officially. We are all right aud mean to do right. SOCIAL Memphis Agitated Over the Action of a Voting Alan. Memi'Uis, Tenn., Sept. C A mar-riage that was not consummated was the cause of the biggest local sensation that has agitated Memphis in forty years. A large crowd of prominent people gathered at Grace church to wit-ness the wedding of Hal Douglass, a prominent young man about town, to Miss Irono Smith, the beautiful daugh-ter of General W. J. Smith, a very wealthy and prominent man. The cer-emony was set for 4:o0 o'clock. The bride and her attendants and the guests were, on hand. Five o'clock came, but tht bridegroom came not. Another half hour passed, still the would-b- hus-band failed to materialize. Then the bride was borne home, utter'y pros-trated by grief and shame. About two hours later Douglass called at the Sinilh resilience and wildly protested his love for his liance. He was summarily shut off in the midst of his apologies and forcibly tired from the house. Hts ex-cuse was that at the last moment he had discovered that his financial condition would not permit him to take a fashion-able wife, LOADER LOCKED UP. The Alleged Anion. In (; U hind the Bar Again. T'ae mysterious witn"ss who was wanted in the Loader exann lion, and of whom it was said material testimony would be obtained, did not materialize in Judge Xorrell's court chamber until it was too late for the purposes of the examination. Tho prosecution then rested, aud a motion was made by Mr. Driggs lo continue tho hearing until Monday. This was overruled, where-upon the court slated that in all cases of this type the government appeared in two positions as respects the facts. First, tho arrest and detection of crim-inals; secondly, the cutting down of revenue as much as consistency with the ends of justice would permit. Tho testimony was then reviewed, Mr. Murphy representing tho people, and Mr. Driggs the defense, after which the case was submitted, iritptiiotreli reviewed the evidence at some lenglh, and concluded that the fact of the de-fendant's being arrested on the north side of the block when the crime was committed, and the further fact that no one could have gotten into tho locality where he was apprehended without having come from inside this block, was sufficient evidence to warrant the hold-ing of defendant to bail. The prosecution thought the evidence justified the prisoner's commitment without bail, but the court demurred, and fixed tho bonds iu the sum of ;moo. This the prisoner was unable to cover either by cash or sureties, and he was accordingly removed lo tho lockup lo languish uutil the grand jury passes on the case. MINING STOCK EXCHANGE. The Nuiiiniarr Rli"W aa A' tle lit.'' r r k. HVk. While there km considerable denling and even twenty ihona.tiid hare changed hand during call there em nothing rampant on the board today. The bear did throw ll claw Into Anchor but ihe stock had on H armor and declined to yield. 1'he stock waa driven to f.YT.'l, a difference of ?.) rents below tho opening, but at th is figure not a transfer was made, Ibiiiics-Sulphu- r declined two oeni a share mid unbailed ten thousand, while Mam-moth on which a dividend of ten cent a sham, Wtl.flui), was ordered, during ihe day, payabloon Monday, ndvnncwd Scent. The test of tlm storks were linn, Apex pricking up It ear and at an advance of oun cent lielliug out fite thousand ahare. The following table will ihow the price aud lliictua-lions- : rmaiail oj'OTtTVircj: " i j l Alira .im I N I I Alliance SUl ' ' Amhor T Aiel ll j IS 'Jl'i I llariieHiil.hiir in uu) n; i viii Kurek id "i Mr . ('.irirn I I'll : VI V! I I I eut I Daly n HI l ' IB ' MiMieoe I Ml I 11 I I Horn Hilvnr " m Mitladi'oii I K'l i'l "i nl uiiiiiolh "1 4 "I I" 4 I" M , mil ton ul ui "I ..riin rn her imturlo WW " Mianler I'. I. i' f'o Ii 'i a tfi Kiah A M" tit i4 M IM I'l tn ml i:i si Wood.lil, .. j .. ,, 4JM ma t ro tuts ii . ni m Alice ,' T'Oi.lc ! A' i in Horn n vr An f in Mai id t idi Ill ii A i i .T hi 4m m H ilphur il'nh U aC ' C u. ..urcka ... - .Naili h i o I! n C e:a.lt II, Toll .... wrtJ Will Draw reuslons. Santa Fe, N. M., Sept, 0. Captain Joseph Lutigliraa.wiwUiMoa of Santa ' Fe in 184, and when Kit Caison issued his memorable call for volunteers to go and light the Navajo Indians, he volun-teered and led the native boys through tho canyon DeChelly in a charge that was as daring as any hero of warfare would have undertaken. He is now an employe in the pension department in Washington, aud writes a friend here saying: I found out but a short time aeo tint the children of our old rrinmauder, Kit C .rson. had a claim on tile. Iealledatteutiou tint and it has been allowed. It (rives each of the live children. M Carson-- lien. Mr. Charles N. Carson. M.ss J. Sears, Mrs. S. Car.-ou- - Wood, and Mr. (', Carson s per month from the time of his death in 18. 6 until tijey attained the age of 10 years when it ceases. THE NEVADA REPUBLICANS. It K. Calcott Nominated f ir Governor and II. F. Itartinci fur Coo;re. VliKilMA ClTV, Nev., Sept. C The republican state convention made the following nominations: Governor. K. K. Calcott; supreme judge, K. K Bige-low- ; dUtrict judge, R. Rising; congress-man, H. F. Bartine; lieutenant-governor- , J. Poujade; attorney-general- , J. F. Borreyson; secretary of state, ). H. Grey; clerk of supreme court, Joseph Josephs; controller, R. R. Hortou; treasurer. John F. Kagan; survevor-genera- l. John E. Jones; superintendent of public instruction. Orvis Ring; stale printer, Joseph E. Eekley; university regents, K. T. George and J. W. Haines. The I'ope Condemns Hypnotism. Rome, Sept. 0. Several prominent bishops sometime ago requested the pope to express his opipion on the merits or demerits of hypnotism. The pope referred the subject to the holy inquisition, and while a full decision was not reached yet it is understood that the tribunal will give its opinion that the church should eoudenin hyp-notism as practiced upon human beings upon the ground that it disturbs human liberty, and is dangerous in its effects upou the mental and physical condition of the hypnotised subjects. STILL FIGHTING THE LOTTERY. The Anti-I.otte- I.eneue Convention to he Attain Ansetiililerl. Baton Rouge, La., Sept. 0. Spec-ial. The auti-lotter- league conven-tion is to bo summoned again for tho purpose of reorganizing wuh the view of waging a more vigorous warfare against tho lotteries. The leagues have recently been iu a state of masterly in-activity and the convention is called to inspire them wilh an energy to dis-charge the duties for which they were organized. C0ING TO WYOMING. I'arker, the Stage Kuliher, to tio to ! New Slate. Joe Murray, the horsothicf w ho was bagged in the Blue range by deputy marshals and brought to this cily, is now languishing iu the penitentiary in default of bonds in the sum of MOO, He will go before the grand jury In San Juan county, where his examination was held. Frank Barker, the alleged stare rob-ber who was hunted down and captured on the same expedition, will be re-moved from the penitentiary lo Wyo-ming as soon as the requisition is per-fected and turned over to United .States Marshal Jeff Carr at Chi;yenne. Snould the authorities of that hew common-wealth fail to convict him, he will be returned to those of Utah, who want him on a charge of horse stealing. Bar-ker having been idetitilied as the gal-lant knight who mounted r. horso be-longing to William BuitcII w dark night and rode into the mountain with it." He was then making his eiape after plundering the mair pouches be-tween Rawlius and the White rher. Lone Star State Nomination. San Antonio, Tex., Sept. 0. The re-publican slate convention nominated the following ticket: Governor, Web ster Flanagan, Henderson; lieutenant-governo- r. W. K. McKcnison. William-son; attorney-genera- l, J. Hague; Kl Paso; comptroller, William Werthodd, De Witt; bind commissioner. F. K. Mc- Dowell, Childress; treasurer, J. D. Schmilz, Denton; superintendent of public instruction, Dr. W. 'L. Edner, Bexar. Gine Into the Boycott Bulne. iverpool, Sept. 6. At today's ses-o- f the of the trades unions' con-i- t was resolved to boycott all "fly made goods and all railways, "rays, and boats whoso employes underpaid, also to exclude repre-ative- s of non-unio- n papers from jre congresses. Birtwistle, the of the cotton workers, resigned B the parliamentary committee, giv-a- s his reason that he was not in ,r of the passage of a compulsory it hour labor law. John Burns was ''iiited a member in Birtwistle's be announcement was received rneers and groans. The congress dissolved. Heart f.. tail tre.li. There ha been steady Itnprotenienl in the liiiiincial and cniiiniervial outlook di. ring the wei k. It entinl thai the relief front the treasury hould pro adequate and ibmbl alauit th it h been tiv Ihe Ni w York Mail and F.pre The pmitinn of th nerrei.iry of ihe in anrv i not ah way a happy oue II" I obliged In keep money In circulation a mnoolhly he can, and yet h i nccc,irily fureed tn wait until the call for money i. Imid 11 money I stringent in New York and the batik are fotci-- to rr-- n t tbdr loan. Ihe roiidiiioit nf the wrt may tit different, and then the treasury i warned not to kp il ear cliwetoH all street, and I mdrmfsly iidiimihed n to nili aine a rent for spec illation. Hut alien money lot l' g' wrt and south In order In move the crop, and when the e.nl lirnla lteif nd in llm-- e iVN Ihe nine I changed at once 'I hen tho ireniiry t blamed for nl pulling out the money that la for IHIllir-- . If there had leen any active (pecula-tion al lhi center the mrnl purcbawr of tho week would not have fl inled Ihe nece4ry fund A it U general trade Uftr more active than ieeila j lb. n. and M all (!' doe not he t'l f urn money for gambling either Id j t 01 k. gr tlnoreolloti .iit ii,alit e but-- I o lias railed for ery much lea tnotiee i tin uiolilll than it ilol a )eir ago. whiln j the return Ifuoi the h adtliK Hearing j liouv of Ihe ro'ltitrj tiow In tt iiioiii-- i rapidty etn-iilttin-g fur the current week the irn-r-" In the etteh itige here i ! tiiao l per rent and the t' k etehaugn lrttine i oilier; lull th aer-tg- e of the l ounlry i I oter n per t rot grw.rt r ihao it wa a year ago, and at bit-as- the im rw i 21 r cent a'i'l a! New lrUn Z$ per rent. In tie itii and tha imreaie i etttra'rnlinartr. Mem phi follow a gain ii' M r rent for th Mieond week ui the month with a gain of t'l per refit llublth had more than doubled, and Biilf.ili eem l be running right along with clearing cooniderabiy tnort ; than double ihe uf a year ago. tl la fortunate, then. Ifit are able to Iiin.ii 1 - month without a further , strinyency. j Murk n.ttra not been quick tr f-- ! pwti-- lo Ihe riiiUtrM ef th Ubr trike: ; their faiiure wa prctU-a!l- y dtetoot4 j frmn the tirt. aud p"pi ar orcv ;what diefiur4g-- l at the bcary whieh many road a' niug tha tot-rea- la tha grim earning U rr largo ln toe operating epeoe hate loere4 ' quite a faat. iMiWiDf that th aerage ra'e are low and thai the iocreae in buioe ha rV iiuired large expenditure for wajet fael, mottle inner and equipment. Kate are a little higher not and th lnni i in tha price uf ail cereal ta aa aurance of better rte for tha road. Price will te- - higher generally, but h ioere will fall more beariiy upon th , foreign purchaser than upon til d uestic eooaumer. IN MEMORY OF A LONC WAR. The Swrile or St. I.num to Have a Great lu inoiisiratii n Toiwirrow. Sr. Lot is. Sept. G. Special. The Swedes of this city will bold a great demonstration tomorrow in commem-oration of the thirty years war. There will be a street parade, according to the programme, and speeches at Music hali, bv the mayor and other prominent men. 'There arc about a.'il'O Swedes in this eitv ami it is expected that 2.VM) of them will take part in the exercises. - Lata i. ii ti.. Mr J K. Baiiil'r-,- i r leave for and Mow Yolk Ihi etrumg on businik trio. Colonel N. Treweek leave for Idaho tomoirow mi a llii'di'g and hmiiing He will be aimeut about ten day. ilenry M I'ayno who was en In Ihe uiteiiliarv for i liio'ilh for iinliiw-fil- l rob I. il Ion waa d;'h.irgi-- tin morning hi term Iwvifig rupired. The I .er r.ie from I'urk Illy that iuvolied Millie el V nailaealing detail w:t diiii),d on iiiotioti nf lii" iroe-i-uilo-before Coiiiuiimloiier Norreil A tiieetiiig of the deuvM-rn- l of the Flrrt ward will be In k! Ihi eteniug ou r the Arduglon i.tf.e lo appoint deiegalc lo Ihe loiitity and sirtle run-- i tentioii to f'e held nn'Auguit 'i and 'in. THREE OF A KIND- - Tr plr-- Itorn to Mr. . hult, all of th in t.lrl. Sev.moi k, Ind., Sept. (J. Last night Mrs. Herman Seiiulte gave birth to three children, all daughter. The en-tire family is doing well. Washington Note. After a long debate on tho Claylon-Breckenridg- e case, a vote was taken on the resolution declaring the seat vac-ant, which was agreed to; yeas, 10,1; 6'.'. This sends Mr. Breckenridge back' to his native canebrakes in Ar-kansas. The department of state has a tele-gram from Consul Adamson, of Pan-ama, saying the strike of railway lab-orers is practically ended. Blood Has Been Spilled. iris, Sept. 0 After four unsuccess-tempt- s to light a duel i account 'editlerenees arising fi, ,u the Bou- - revelations, De Roehefort and oand this morning succeeded in '"!! an encounter at Lackrige, Hoi J Inesband was wounded slightly "e thigh. THE FAMOUS DUCKWORTH CLUB. A n Demorratic tlrganlatlon of h n to PI nic Tom rnir, ClM 1NNATI. Sept. fl. Special. The outing of the famous political organiza-tion known as ihe Duckworth club, which takes place tomorrow at Woods-- d lie island park, gives promise of being one of tin largest affairs of the kind ever held in this sec; ion of the country. Speeches will be made by some of the leading democrats of the .slate. I The "rer tenia lain I'elltle. Sept. -- The New Y-,- ' tefe farmers' league wa incorporated i today. The object l I'r liinle Ihe f:trmer of ihi! mule (or pohtiral artion : and acenre the Jedrtalioo of all farmer organized iu Ihe state. Chicago .Mark t. ClIlfAOO, Sept. Wheat Kav; rash, n.l!! DecemU-r- , fl.Oi'ffl l.OJj; Mav. AMk. Finn; cash, 4'i; October, M tv, 47J. ()at Steady; cash, t;Octulier, 35j; Mav. ysja-j- . Pukk Steady; cah. W.75; Octolier, flu is; January, 111.70. La ki Steady; cash. W.22; OctoUr, 85.30; Jannarv, W.i7. j Baulet l Xi. !) steady; cash, 70. The Flood in Germany. I'ev, Sept. 0. The river Elbe is ? rapidly and a portion of the city "'"mated. A number of schooi-M.- 3 are closed, as they are in danger ' '? submerged. 'Mhdier river, in Silesia, has over- - us banks and the town of Fisch-fWc- r is inundated. noposed South African Union. London.. Sept. li. The premier, of Cape Colony, speaking at Kimberly re-cently, announced an important rail-way extension was projected, by which connection would be made with the Pelegoa by line at the aal river. He nredicted an early union of the south African states, reaching to the Seam-bes- i river. ' j The Mmrntrn W ..rfcr Idl". j IJot'. Sept 6 Tbe Lynn Mororro j nunnfaeiurer h.ve dwlded n-- to nut any more kln in wiak Jiendin? further ib-v- e i.inieiiti. Thi threw out of em-- plovment itery Moroceu worker in ' l.vttii, with tim-he- r and laoners. Over 1VW will be Idle. A Colonial Kiponlt'on at I ynn. Pahis, Sept. 8. Special. It has been decided to hold a national and colonial exhibition in Lyons in 1'.':.'. and tin- - proj'-c- t has been received with great enthusiasm throughout the coun-try. The exhibition will be a local r. and as it will close in mi, il can-not 'interfere with the World's Colum-bian expositiou. , 1rant o Elect Their Governor. Ont., Sejit. 6. The labor Jiess last night adopted the folio w- - ;."solved, that we demand on behalf i "e P''nple of this country the right " .r"'ter to elect our governor, in-- ; .'ot having one r.ppointed by the government. j Sew fere Hank Mat. I Nkw Youa. Sept. fl Tb bank statement how that the rrwrr h !decrraed H Th batik hold !,40l.f' k thaa lb requirement. Will tiet Their Mooej. Hastinos. Neb., Kept. 6. The work of hiveti"ating the condition of the Cily National bank of this city, which suspended last week, came to a close of Lxami-nerCiriflit-todav under the supervision who assures the depositors .i t will every cent. It is hi. "oosi n"f the stockholders to as practicable. !Vr t o k M- ner and Morha. New York. Sept. li N'oou. .Stocks clned heavy U) weak. Mouey easy, 4' 8. Bar silver.' 1.1 Ui. Fours coupons, 2t; Fours and a half coupon, ii: 1'acilii sixes 14; Central I'acilic, 31; liurlingion trkJ; Denver Rio tirande .lif; North-ern Pacific. 32j; preferred, li; Northwestern, J; New York Central. Hi: (Oregon Navigation trtl; 471: I'acilic Mail, 44J; Rock Is-land. H3';St. IxiuiSan Fran:ico. Z'., St. Paul &Omaha.80r.Tea Ptcific, P-- i Union Pacific. ): Weils. Fargo hit ' press, 41; Western Union, J. With an Knormona Caiilaliition. London. Sept. 0. Special. In or-der to work the valuable salt deposits at Barrow, it has been determined to float a company with a capital of $1 5U0 000. Tne salt deposits are about six miles in length, several hundred feet in depth, and of unknown width. will !' a Oeeeret trta. ! Bnt "it. S-- pt The Belgian labor j party h reaolred I a general strike on the oeranioo of the meeting of the labor congress o th 14th ttut. wnly Thousand People Homeless. "A'K'.Y, Sept. of p''yis in ruins. The British and consulates, the Greek hospital schools, and the Turkish mosque. d l aestroyed, and twenty thousand laas made homeless. . Stenographer and typewriter ipe-- riented - wanted at once. Apply 7 W. Second South street. Wanted at once, a first class stove blacker at Salt Lake Hardware com panv, West Second South. Wanted VS)"wnnl of bonehold I good l)tu4to , IW.iSo. Getting the 'ne Ready. J rnrrENNE. Wvo., Spt. 8.-- Work at will com- - SXS This mine. m'!"if w oolire for .several months is SproUuctive'of the Kock Springs works. To Make III Son a Itnhe. BF.BUX. Sept. 8. Special. It is rumored that Emperor William intends to confer the title of Duke of Heligoland on his second son. Prince F.nel intz. although territorial titles are not usual in the Prussian royal family. The Libera! Labor league wiTI meet in Federal Court room .Vldy irhtla complete their organization. Tbo) w ho are interested in securing better legislation for the worktnmea ar to attend, 4 Hanged lor Murder. S.C.. Sept. 6.-- Bob Shel- - """red, was hanged yesterday for "'W'der of William Uayford.