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ObDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: THAT W frsU"nl vt A MIX'S LEG ASD AEM fEMID IX A UEEAI'Fl L WAY, at Be Was Ca&sLt While Workinr tie Trttk U tW Yard, II u IcjaHoi are FaUL KjOItmA Catii G4 44 and sy IMa-as- Brtaeta a Xa ata rra ltty "vm-p-t- tr t.r&a. il- Je Iiu Chtt Aoeelta Zelaa. Mr. Dacwla aad tie auprt eoaapanj mill ch&ra oa overflow uJeoc at tba oxa bouse tbu, Thursday, aveoicg. Mi Tri- A Hallway Conference. f Taa third accident within U. Vk PreaiJeet llotooaib. General days krpetMtd at the depot, in the Maaager lUaeguie, Super ui tend ct niter-da- y Union. Faei&e pim cw yard MrUbeier of Cbejeuiic, CLkf Engiafternoon at ft o'clock. The two neer Bogtta of Omaha aod Mr. Ryder, former accident were fatal aad the auperictecdent of tha Idaho division, all Utft will probably result fatally. Unioo Pcitic oiSkiala, arrived ia tba At the lime, tii trkia fix the North, city y eater Jay. The gathering ia d hk-beoofifereooa with tha Imtm Ogden kt 9 p. ou, to w beting made up. Engine No-- LXQ, with Bouthera Paciflo people regarding ter eoonectioa at Ogden. Aa tha enBarney MoCebe at the throttle, ehadule bow atanda, paaaecfera arrivicg gaged ia the work. The Union dpot from tha eoaat at 8 o'clock with tkketa action gang were buy on oca of reading via tha Union Pacitks from this the tracita is the yard. Amuena city east are forced to lay over until 8 30 of ooa the craw, waa ia tha morning, twelve boura aod a half Boha, at a distance Iron tba other bf ore they caa gat a train. Tha Rw of Grande company haa been making a fat laborers, working alone on tha unboiuof tha middle rails of tba doabla thing out of uti discrepancy twenty track, leaving thee looaa ia their old out of twenty-on- a through passengers position, 'to be removed by tha from Baa Fraaciaoo having ticket over fbUowad who him. Ia that road Tuesday evening and thia tcea cara witch log tha into thatr meeting will probably reault ia soma arproper places, tha scgin with a passen- rangement for stopping tha leak. At a lata hour laat evening no oonelu-ato- a ger coach ia tow becked down tha track toward tha laborer. The maa's back waa had been reached. toward the approaching oar. lie waa stooping down, absorbed ia hia work aad OneofMayne'a Victim. apparently neither aew nor beard it of W. A. RiUhia va O. A. eaaa Tha The engineer aaw he waa alow ia aside, but euppoaed that ha waa d'Hemeoourt, waa tried before United purposely in that tarsineas States Commissioner A. J. Weber tppiag out of tha way, which ia n Mr. d'Hemeoourt ia a mea who work oa railroad ia Mr. a civil Ritchie architect Ia consequence he did not blow the whistle of warning. The car glided engineer and draughtsman and formerly oa. It waa within a few feet of the man, aa employe of tha architect's office. Tha before he realized hia danger. He auit ia to recover 1100 alleged to be due prang hastily aaide but waa too late. the plaintiff for eervioea rendered. Mr. The platform of the car butted him d'Hemeoourt claims that ha haa been down and two wheels passed over his unable to pay Mr. Ritchie owing to tba loft leg near the thigh end over bis left failure of hia own debtors to pay his arm above the wrist. The engineer saw dues. He did a great deal of work for the mishap and stopped the engine be- C. E. Mayne, the fertile achemer who fore the forward wheels had reached last spring organized the Ogden Power the man. company and other enterprises and Bystanders rushed up and drew him I afterwards skipped the town leaving a from beneath the car. lie was, a little bag for more men than d'Hemeoourt to afterward, placed on a stretcher and bold. The architect says that M.iyno driven in a waon to the Union Pacitio owes him $3.0U0 for the work he did in surveying platted additions, making hospital. 11 is leg nor his arm were severed commaps, etc. Notwithstanding Mr. d'Uumo-court'- s financial aggravations, tho com pletely from the body but were hanging only by thin threads of skin and Dash. missioner rendered a judgment for tbe It will be necessary to amputate both plaintiff in tbe full amount claimed. members and the surgical operations A Generous Act. will probably not avert the man's almost inevitable death. One point of interest should have ap Solie is a Norwegian, forty-fivyears old. He has not been in this country peared in the account of probable im long ana is able to tain only a ban in provementa in Ugden s postal service telligible pigeon English. Commercial, printed in yesterday's He has no relatives in America. His which was omitted. inadvertantly wife and four children are still in Norway. Lawrence applied to Mr. II - He has been a sober, g man. C. Inspector Gilbert, manager of the Ogden City His earnings were laid-b- y regularly with company, for free transportation the purpose, as ha avowed it, of bringing Kailway for the mail carrier who ia expected to bis wife and little ones across the water go on tbe riute north orUgden river. to join him and live with him ia this Mr. Gilbert promptly replied that any country. who ia wearing hia uniform and carrier Engine 1203 ia either a very wicked on duty can have free transportation. and murderous sort of an engine, or else Mr. Lawrence states that this is the some strange fatality attaches to it. It most generous treatment that he has has so far killed a little girl named Mo ever known the Bervice to get in any Harsh and Hank the fireman, town in this Donald, Mr. Gilbert and James Gallagher. Last night's accident his company country. deserve credit for their will probably add another tombstone to broad-minde- d policy. the private graveyard of this inanimate desperado. No blame has attached to ' Daughters of Rebecca. Barney MeCabe, who has held the lever The Queen City Lodge No. 1, of the in all these catastrophes. They were all the result of some unfortunate mistep Daughters of Rebecca, was organized or mischance on the part of the victims. last night at K. P. hall. The following officers were elected: Mrs. Minnie White, Another accident, which is also likely Miss Emma Turner, Vice to result in death, occureu at 11 o clock Noble'Grand; Grand; Mrs. Maud E. Flewelhng, reKidder's Switch at yesterday morning secretary; Mrs. Lizzie Murray, between Coalville and Wanslipe, about cording financial secretary; Mrs. Eliza C. Ward-ley- , Union on Pacific, the twenty miles out Mrs. Hermie Hurd was treasurer. John A. Alaroney, one of the crew or an made deputy grand master. extra freight swung himself from be There were eighteen charter members tween two cars out upon the iron steps present. One hundred and five new along the side ol one. At the same in members were initiated. This is the stant, the train passed through a cattle largest number ever initiated at any one Tbe brakeman was caught iu cruard. meeting in ino nisiory or ine entire or the narrow space between the moving der. After all the business had been a which fence of runs and the car post a banquet was served. transacted, was The space only up to the guard. a few inches in width. His body pressed The New Telegraph Office. the post loose in its solid bedding of The business office of the Western earth. Then in the widened space, he was rolled the lull length of one car aad Union Telegraph company was moved fell to the- - ground only when he new quarters had reached the opening between it and yesterday into its elegant down stairs under the old office directly He box behind it. was the picked up and stretched on a cot in the caboose. and in the room formerly occupied by A part of hia scalp had been torn away, the Singer Sewing Machine company. the bones of one of his hands were uonneciion is esiaDiienea witn the opdepartment above by a dummy. splintered, and his clothes were half erating and ex-shredded from his body. Ho was dan- The furniture Vis all brandi new, t A... nas not; oeen spared in up ntting gerously injured internally and vomited pense blood. He retained bis consciousness the apartment with every modern busi for two hours, but sank gradually into ness comfort and convenience. Mr. J. a stupor from which he has not since B. Twiford, who has become very popu aroused. ' His train, which brought him lar as u.e manager or tue corporation's to Ogden, did not arrive here until 7:15 interests in the city, will continue in and it is. not probable o'clock last night He was removed to office, ... .that any' Al l. tbe Union Pacific hospital. He has a uuaugBB m tue iorce win oe maae. brother living at Piqua, Ohio. The Dobbs Contest. At 3:30 o'ulock yesterday afternoon, W. A. Halstead, a brakeman running as The preparations for the glove contest one of the crew of freight No. 22 on the at the Opera House tomorrow night beUnion Pacific between Ogden and Salt tween Dobbs and the "Montana Kid" Lake, was injured at Hooper's station. He was standing on top of a car at its have been completed and the outlook is side edge. In some way he lost his bal- for a big house and a rattling mill. Six ance and was pitched headlong to the or eight ounce gloves will be used and ground. The train ran a quarter of a there will be no material departure from mile before the accident was suspected, the program heretofore published in It was stopped and he was found walk- Ths Commercial. Several of the colored ing down the track in a dazed condiare seriously thinking of tion. His left arm was broken and the boy's friends him New to Orloans and arrangtaking scalp of his head split open. He was put ing a match with Andy Bo wen, and if he on a south-boun- d passenger and sent shows up well at the match tomorrow back to Salt Lake, where he resides. night this event will prabably be brought ttuouu ' Daniels fdj lt aup-poae- u h i iu tik yea-terds- well-know- eeo-tion- s. e bard-workin- A 1 Frank Touight. The return to our stage of that clover comedian, Frank Daniels, is an event of much gratification among a numerous class of our theater goers. Frank Daniels is a master of delightful drollery. He has a quaintness about him possessed by no other comedian engaged in farcical work at the present time. He is at all times irresistibly funny, and certainly is inimitable in his special line Ho has of comedy characterizations. quietly and good naturedly wormed himself into the affections af this big nd quick-wittenation, and, as intimated above, the announcement of his return here will be welcomed. He will present again that fantastically lu- fun-lovi:- ig d Hotel sext eaox., tit" 8ta4uiB. V JIin Whit. Mis Mia 1U Season.MuM jKuta O.iivsHr, Loaa Urr, Mum AJla, Mis Faa and ium Accident , Cvmitg Ear-- . Neit Saturday, at 2 p. tx sLsrs. ill be a trvttc rneb4aB "Mjrmoa -Boy" sal Misai;- ali a UvUio; rao tbe Wi 1 u.w xaspi.y JM la. a4EJu wd Mjc- at the Sewer. A slight accident occurred yesterday on tho trench being dug for the city sewer at the foot of Twenty-fourtstreet. A gang of workmen were at work in the ditch which ia ten or twelve feet deep, when a portion of the bank cived in, bearing down by its weight the timbers placed to prevent just such a catastrophe. Most of the workmen succeeded in getting out of the way but three Swedish laborers wore c.iught by the falling dirt and boards uud buried up to the loins. They were dug out quiakly by their companions. They were unhurt and set at once about their work. h ixirstw Tii ra LbxbHou AppbiBtraeiit. vYbk h Make f Them a National Watering Plaef, a "Zip" ill t 1l&4 rwitiiy la Tnr-- H H!iU Ccr-taiat- r, jt at Iu ratare. Mr. M. E. Post, heretofore aitnager of tha Hot Bpringa resort, expacta to start for London, England, thia evening, to La abaeet two montha. A gentleinaa named Patrick, who baa had large experience ia managing hotel, will auooced Mr. Post Many friend of Mr. Poet will regret to know that ha haa retired from the direction of affaira up there. He expects to return to Utah to liva. Uathinkathat fully 100,000 persona have vwited Hot Bpringa during the year he haa been at the head of the bust nesa. That year endd Sept 17, 1S83L Tha Hot Springs Kailway and Health Resort Company, which ia tha correct atyle of tha corporation which own tha resort, haa expended X.000 on tha hotel, bathe, race track and other improvement-already. It haa also bailt aavea milea of the motor Una, now al most completed to tha Springs, Mr. Poet thinks ths motor ears will be running clear through next week, Tha ties, which have bean ao long lacking, have partly arrived, aad ths track will ba finished at onoa. Ths hotel baa been much improved and ia uow in good condition. But ths company proposes to sxpsnd 120,000 next season ia at ill further developing ths resort A fins hotel will be built, with all modern bath facilities and other conveniences. This hotel will be so fitted up that people of sithcr luxurious or moderate tastes can be accommodated; and patronage can then be solicited from all parts of ths United States. The plaee has not been advertised heretofore because people who like good living oould not be properly taken care Thia defect in facilities will be of. wholly removed next year. The hotel will be stocked with bowling alley, billiard room and other means for diversion. A tine dancing pavilion is being built in the grove eist of the hotel. A race track will be fenced in and a good speed course will be one of the att ractions. Tbe new lake will supply good rkating this winter and boating and fishing in the summer. It is proposed to stock it with fish. An ioe house is being erected by it and a supply of cooling solace will be kept on hands at all tjmoe. Even as it has been the hotel company has done a very profitable business. With these costly developments the re sort will become very soon one of the most important health resorts in America and one of Ogden s great attractions. DitttinguUhed Visitors. A distinguished party arrived in town yesterday morning and put up at the Broom. It was composed of Mr. Clem Studebaker, his son, Clem Studobaker, Jr., and Mr. D. J. Marsh, private secre tary. Mr. Studebaker is the senior member of the firm of Studebaker Brothers whose mammoth wagon manufactory at South Bend, Ind., is an institution the fame of which is world-widHe is traveling through the west visiting his customers and keeping a weather-ey- e open for good towns in which to establish branch offices for his business. He is a sturdy, iron-graoid gentleman and as much of a philanthropist as he is a financier and busiuess man, "No," he said to a Commercial reporter, "I do not intend to plant a branch factory in the West. It would be a go d idea but the country is not fitted for a wagon manufactory. Indeed, there is not enough hickory, ash and oak timber west of the Missouri to keep our South Bend factory going for of six months, so great is our out-pu- t wagons. I have been down through e Texas and came up via the through Colorado to the Salt vail ios. I am not looking for speculative investments. If I were, I could find few better places to put money than Ogden. The city has a great future before it I may, however, purchase a business house here in which to establish a branch office. "I came up from Salt Lake City. In 18G9, 1 made a trip from Ogden to that place in a stage coach. The valley was only sparsely settled then. It is a surprise and a wonder to see its blossoming fertility and its agricultural development, now. I was also out hore nine years ago, eo I have been able to watch the country's growth. Nothing is more wonderful than the growth of Ogden itself. On my firstjvisit, it was only a cluster of cabins; now it is a bust ling city. I always enjoy my trips out here. I enjoyed them in the old, palmy days of Mormon supremacy. Baigham Young and the other leadersof the church were my personal friends and were very hospitable and kind to me." The party started back for the East e. y Pan-handl- L-ik- e last night The Iowa Association. The Iowa Association meets in the New West Academy tomorrow evening. It will entertain itself with a tine program of music and addresses. Every Iowa man and most Iowa women are natural orators and most of them can sing well too, especially "Auld Lang Syne." A good time will be enjoyed without a doubt He Examined a Coat. Geo. Robs was arrested Tuesday Tb ft.Uaod tJ.U Actual Evidence night charged with stealing an overcoat from the Z. C. M. I. Ross claimed that he was examining the overcoat but the company claim that he took the coat out the door and started to run down the street with it A clerk overtook bim and he was handed over to an officer and thrown into the couuty jail. We have just opened a very varied nnd good stock of bird cages. They onThe Fa'ir. ly want seeing, k 1W im iam-t-1 navs io of money and mill liberal Mppurt from ths pxopi Vaaafitct-Birtig TIa f tba CUr'a GrowU aa4 tfca Junk." uIUob ibe Br trc-- U the Ofia Onvicg IV fair Aia JYill eiaUue. ia Hie.iLfua Laaa. Ogdt. . feadrULrr, tfc 5 rVtiae IlillrXS uf To Las is Li feeaaue numWia o 11- - Wood, ibeiadM ria. Arthur M. ultn. II bm JohnsUxi, utr4 Imtl t r Mas Fat IUki Lrt Pvk.1l, a Lich has IIEAIJMi SPAS up ttts tiae sua a kM d dong. T"b aiBSK mtsg ia 2aaei MitiW;" lie. Mja Kj&suh fciii lnr.is lLa bry THEY A2E TO HIVE A tii0,fO0 aiid c'.rk!-- r gill Mr. Dxi-- dkioas pier FATAL mo. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, receive n'.uu rUuaee aad (mmrr-e- . Wheat waa larg'y traded la day ia CLmsio, hut tU market U yester- Of Our .Assertions is Shown by the Following Prices which We place before Yon today merely as a "Pointer." was nervous, starting ia well and dropped off 2 points, closing , e bibber than pr. evading day. Oa Wall atreet final changes wars irregular but ths advanoea wer largely Grata Imparted Xeltsa Overcasts ia tha majority. Budtngtoa A Quinoy went up Jercey Centra! 3W; Paemc Mail 3l; Union Pacine K- - Northern Geat Fisa Mrltea Overcoats... Pacific, preferrad llt; North American I per cent Gaata Heavy Weight rktert Governments ateady. PxtroU-um- , D. comber, opened C7j, closed U9t4. Geats Black Chetist Slit Gettinff Better. Ths schedule oa ths mail boxes no- Geats Flae Cawlmers Kelts.. , ticed by ths reporter yesterday, by which mail is now collected by ths carnsrs, Geattall Weal Cafcdmrre Halts reads as follows: mail colucted at tegilar Frit 9tVG9 Cat Fries f 14.00 3; , Kef alar Prir tSvOO Cat Price tie. 00 Bc?aur Pries MUM Cat Prk ilUXI Rrralar Prte t2SJX Cat Price lltUft , .., It1 p. 7 - m 10 a. m..... m p. B J p. m p. m. ' ased to read 3 and 7 p. m. It is easy to ses bow much of aa improvement haa been mads. It 1 A BIGGEST IX THE WORLD. Barretter Company Ortaniifd With Thirty-Fiv- e Millions. Cmoaoo, Nov. 19. There was organ- ixed in this city during ths paat few days one of ths largest corporations in its line ia the world. The charter waa filed ia Springfield today, and the new company will be known aa the Atneaicaa Harvester Company, for the manufacture of harvesting machinery, with a capital milliona of dollars. stock of thirty-fiv- e Among the directors will be Cyrus 1L McCormick, William Deenng, Walter A. Wood, Lewis Miller, A. L. Conger and A. 8. Bushnell. Col. Conger, when questioned by an Associated Press rejxirier this evening, said the present demoralized condition of the harvesting business necessitated the formation of a new company. Many failures have occurred duriug the pant few years enuiiliug immense losses. The cost of materials has been advanc ing so it became necessary either to raise the price of machinery to the far mers, or through economy produce and distribute them more cheaply, as it is the purpose of this new organization to do. It is no lees to the interest of the binder manufacturers than of the farmers themselves that the lutter should obtain binder twine at reasonable prices, and the hope of effecting this object ia one of the important reasons for the formation of thia company. We do not expect to check competition, bat ahall possibly carry on the manufa ture of machines at several different works. " ' ' Quick Justice. Nov. 19. News of an outrage and its quick vindication haa just reached here. Saturday afternoon at Longstown, near here, while Frank Houston was away from home, a negro named Sandy Wallabe entered his home and committed a rape upon his wife. After accomplishing his purpose he dragged her off to the woods some fifty yards away and kept her there some time with tne intention of murdering her, but after pleading with him and making several promises she was released, Just as she started to leave him Bhe heard her husband calling her, having returned home and rinding her gone. The negro made ber promise a second time that she wouldn't tell what had occurred. When Mrs. Houston reached her husband she told him what had happened. The friends of Houston, both white and black, were told of the occurrence and started in pursuit of the negro. At about 11 o'clock that night he was found in his own quarters asleep and after being questioned by both white and black men, and upon bring found guilty, he was pulled up to a limb of a tree about half a mile from where the assault occurred and left hanging until Sunday morning, when he was cut down by a magistrate and an inquest held. He was then rolled into a wagon and carried to the place where he lived. Como, Miss., A Vice-Cons- ul Missing;. Charleston. Nov. 14. William Borne-mathe Charleston and New Orleans head of the great Russian cotton firm of Knoop, Frerichs & Co., and of the Netherlands, has mysVice-Cons- teriously disappeared, and all indications point to the fact that he has committed suicide by drowning. A mau was heard struggling in the dock near his office at 4 o'clock this morning. Borne-ma- n has been nnder the weather physically for some time, and had frequently spoken of drowning himself. He left his house last night leaving his purse and watch and part of his clothing in his room. His family live in Bremen, his birthplace. The Crisis Over. , Londox, Nov. 19. Loose statements regarding the position of the Barings again alarmed the guarantor today. Once more the Bank of England and Rothschild stepped in and there is every reason to expect the lenders will tomorrow announce the accomodation to be One of the best auliberally provided. thorities in the financial world now emphatically expresses the conviction that the worst of the depression is passed. General Booth's Scheme. London, Nov. 19. Solicitor General Sir Edward Clarke, has contributed fifty pounds toward General Booth's regeneration scheme. General Ponsonby, secretary to the Queen, has written to General Booth, thanking him for the "The copy of his book and adding: Queen cannot express any opinion on the details of your scheme, but understanding that the object is to alleviate misery and suffering, Her Majesty cordially wishes you success. " Kealar PrWa aWgaUr Priet tUd ti70 Cat Prtee tW.W ....Heftier Price Cat Prte ICUO ..lUfaUr Pries $90.00 Cat Pride flM Geats Plae Isperted Werttel Salts Genu flae WerU4 Salts. Cat Price tttM $140 The above arc all Extra Fine Custom Made Goods, Good Linings, Fine Work, Perfect Fitting in fact Strictly First-clasWe make like Reductions in Furnishing Goods, Shoes, Boys and Childrens Cloths. ing. LOEB & MYER, pitoriuETOits of: TUP PAiTMl UIPIU PIIYTUiMfi HflllOD MULCi IMJIMMI mm. mvm 2110 A. L DOBBS, WASHINGTON AVE. Wmm Annex, 27G 2oth St - - Ogden, Utah. The minister of finance todat sutd the decline in Mexican bonds in Lurope was He Fled to Europe, but Returned to without cause as the government placed the money there to pay the interest duo Stand Trial. December 1st Finunoial circk are 19.-- In Nov the agitated because of tbe fall of silver. Birmingham, Ala, Criminal Court today Frank M, Irion, A Big: Bank Run. formerly Clerk and Reg;Bter of the City Nov. 19. In some unacNew York, of embezzlewas convicted the Court, ment of 110,000 while in office. The countable way today a rumor was started jury recommended him to the mercy of that the Citizens' Savings Bank waa in the court An application for his par trouble. Ths depositors are largely of don will be gotten up and all the jurors the poorer class: Hebrews, Poles, and Germans, on ths east aids ot the city. will have an opportunity to sign it. Irion was a great favorite in social Soon, ths doors of ths institution were circles. Three years ago finding that besieged by crowds of excited people. his shortage waa about to be discovered, They became so riotous that a squad of President be left tbe city with only $1,100. He police had to be called. went to British America and then to QuinUrd this evening said that about San Francisco, where he took passage on 1100,000, had been paid out and that the a sailing vessel to London. He reached bank was all right He showed by his London penniless and repentant Go- books that the bank had a surplus of 11,400,000. ing to the ofiice of tbe Consul General, he told his story and asked to be sent Cattle in the Northwest could not homa The Counsul-Genera- l send him, so Irion worked his passage to J. C Leary, general live stock agent New York as a common sailor. Hecame of the Union Pacific system, returned back here saying that he wanted to from an extended trip in the yesterday out his sentence. serve and plead guilty Friends took his case in nana, and, on Northwest He stopped in Boise City, legal technicalities, it was postponed Salt Like, Ogden, Portland and at from time to time until today. He has many other points. "I went to look after business that we been filling an important clerical position in a railroad office here since bis had not boon able to handle promptly on account af shortage in cars, but I release on bond soon after his return. f und things in a better condition that I expected. Thoso who had stock that Harvard's Glee t'lub to the West. they wanted to got into tho market im19. of Nov. After months Cambridge. mediately I arranged to ship over pleading with the powers that be tho other ronds for them when wo glee club has at last Becured permission could not accommodate them ourfrom the faculty to take a Christmas selves, and not withstanding the amount there was to ship we did trip through the West. The ground on not lose much of the tariff. The prices which the faculty's rt f ut al has bcen'br.sed broke and fell so low that many dealers in the past was that such a trip savored changed 'their minds and decided to toe nuch of advertising, and it was con- holdover their stocks until spring in sidered beneath the dignity of Harvard the hope of a better market. The ranges College to resort to any such scheme. and cattle are in . good condition, esBut now the glee club has secured the pecially in Utah, nnd the cattle men can permit and a successful afford to keep their stock until spring. The shipments of stock this season trip seems assured. Some of the sporting men in college have been heavier than ever before, for are inclined to growl a little at the favor the reason that corn is scarce and the shown the glee club, but they are get-in- g farmers wno bought steers to feed this to use this action of the faculty as winter saw they could not afford it when an argumont in favor of their own ex- the corn crop was found to be so small, they sold, them again on peditions. They say that they should and it and be allowed to go outside of New England the market, overcrowding as well as the glee club. If the faculty lowering prices. Next season the shipt will-nobe so heavy but the prices ore weakening on this matter, the ments better. A good deal of stock is people may yet see Harvard's athletes will beheld back in Texas too, whore the being in various contests. ranges are finer than I ever saw them before. The cattlemen are prosperous , Heavy Liabilities. now and are in no hurry to unload at New York, Nov. 19. The assignee of small prices. Denver News. Gallaudet & Co., said today that an apBLAIR'S REWARD. proximate statement showed the assets liabilities, something over 81,000,000: about $700,000. The W. C. T. U. Will Pray for His Return to the Senate. The Argentine Committee. Nov. 19.-- The W. C. T. U. ' Atlanta, London, Nov. 19. The British government was represented at a meeting delegates passed the day at Indian of the Argentine committee today. Tho Springs, where it is proposed to establish committee soon adjourned till Mod day. an inebriate asylum under the auspices of the national organization. Among the resolutions passed last night was one Will Stand by Parncll. setting forth that the national W. C T. meet19. a Nov. At private Bcmjn, U. has never planned or purposed to ing of tho Irish members of parliament organizes new church. Another heartily today, it was unanimously resolved to endorses Senator Blair, of New Hampshire, for his championship of prohibiremain loyal to ParnelL tion, equal suffrage and the educutkmal bill, and stating in the interests of these Biir Pension Money. and other measures "we will pray for his Washington, Nov. 19. It ia underto the Senate." Copies of thia stood tho amount required for pensions resolution w ill be sent to the New Hampin to addition shire legislature. the current fiscal yoar The unfinished business waB placed m that appropriated already by Congress, milwill betweon thirty five and forty the hands of the executive committee. lion dollars. Boston v. tis selected as the next place of meeting. Will Buy up Tlu-i- r Bonds. I have on hand for sale a number rt City op Mkxioo. Nov. 19. A syndicate very nice marble headstones and monuof leading capitalists was formed today ments. Will sell very cheap for two to buy up the Mexican nonas, ia Eu- weeks. C. P. Lambert, Ogden Marblo ropean and American markets and orders Works, cor. Jefferson and Twentieth to that effect have already been given. street A long-desire- d CLERK'S KMIlEZZLEMEJiT.