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11. OGDEX DAILY COMMERCIAL: FRIDAY, APRIL 3. r4sit wJsijr EPta Rnn of Passengers. 1 ALL LIXZS LEAD tp, um.W! flTE FOIST the traf it-r-d Strwsfers aao&U aee Five Points extract to wwk ready begun operaUuta. t bouae. weasBssaaaaasaaB Oa the I Thomas W 1 other deasei train wtuca LrourLt a from the east, war two J pnsrccgera. a imagined h vu impelled I to escape f r his life end made torn at- tempts to; mp from tha train while it I u in no' ha. - I B1 warted ta this be became JSf quiet until Ogden when be allighted upon tn plaif jrm, be threw Lis luuijage down aa started in a run up IsTenty-Eft- a street, with an officer in nursuit- - Ha eluded arrest and it appears that after vanderinf for some time around the town he got oa a genuine drank. Then be found his way back to the depot and aa taken care of by the railroad authorities. As soon as he got sobered up, he Woe more started out for a time to bitn- me Vii'jwrd, ftfeif anrt tftAP crAttinrr An m tvn .1 .In. nlr wtlaoed under arrest br the no! in sent up. lie gar the name of It is Edmund es wrticg tie drith N. L. Simon and W. S-- Cooper leave Watt, Sr, of I'iBtab, which occurred ior IL rtver vaUey on a terday at 1 o'clock. He ha.1 han a ixlay tour. tsar Upon their return they rodent of I'ictah for t yvara. wul aume information which may be a Known kt fJ U-u- fru-o- pr-cu- red organization on Monday evening in oodtsansee's LalL Treasurer Led- widge reports applications for member ship coming in freely and suggests that those who desire to enter as charter members should pay the foe before Monday night, as the 'charter roll will then be closed and the fee will be higher. This club promises to be one of the most popular and useful organizations in the city. 'ot-l- t A agrees with hiai. Previous of the general offices of h Unio. Pacific to this city, Mr. Wat- r m was o the road travelling with Mr. iancroft nuch of the time. MM The Daiseoffer traffic is increasing. Travellers are going westward in large numbers Irom Kansas Citv, St Louis, Sioux City Pittsbnrg and Philadelphia. Many of these, when looking up locations, frequently return to points which they at first overlook or pass by, and of this class Ogden gets its full quota against any other place in the west. Heavy travel is pouring Into Ogden and points beyond, from the Rio Grand Western, which indicates that it is a popular route in the east William Evans, a Union Pacific em-- i ployee, who brought to the hospital here a few Aye ago, suffering with an affection of the head, died yes'erday. His relatives lin Aurora, III., were apprised of the fact and the body will be forwarded to that place today on the Union Pacific fast mail. Superintendent N. E. Welby of the Rio Grande Western is expected in the city in a few days from Salt Lake. The Southern Pacific company's pay car was in Qgden yesterday. A distinguished looking personage, who is an official of the Rio Grande Western at Salt Lake City, was in the city yesterday. He could not be approached by the newspaper man, and left in the evening for the south. Prominent railroad officials of the various roads centering into Ogden were interviewed yesterday as to a new road to the coast as proposed by Salt Lake and Provo parties, and the general opin-jo- n was expressed that if such a road is built Ogden could no't be left out, because of the northern and eastern connections which such a road would get here, A gentleman who is versed in the matter said there was no doubt that a line of road will be built westward which v ill touch the coast and will extend through a section pf country much south of the Southern Pacific route but it will come to Ogden for its eastern connections, and when it is completed and placed in operation, that time will see this country the greatest as for railroad importance of any region west of Chii cago, l-- A SLIGHT ERROR. A A A w t hi trnsfer g give aa4 mimi1: eoocerneu. to c rIadamsblytV.t lv kia interceljtg Those two bo ladies youa "very 11 dath they hate a true lllc w as sudltB anil ntinM-tjs- l and are atoppicg with Mr. Ira Chase, wereoa U. apothecary teal yerterbefore medical aid could tie Pacl be dav and one bore it down to 31.' pound a, succumoej to Lis dread enemy. and the other IK bounds. Mr. Chaas asy "They are umsr well and are the THE ATHELETIC CIVB. liveliest featherweights in this country." tan alter Ummt papa. It Looki a Thourh It Will Start i cey J. W. South we!L Jr. is preoarLnff a WelL large yard for the manufacturing of brick, w hich will be located just north of ThsOden Atheletic club meets foe me runts. Ecal wsy HlS SUSCT acu tiki Caught by Justice. of a man bound for the west who should Dr. Powers has received no clue to nave left on the Southern Pacitio last evening. When the train stopped he the identity of the thieves who burglarsuddenly rushed out on the platform ized his residence on Wednesday evenand jumped off, that there was a passenger on the same trsin who ing. Yesterday CaDt Wm. IL Parker, of would kill him. The railroad officials w ho meet manv cases of police department of Salt Lake city, raR.nura hn the become similarly affected by the rarity was in the city, to whom the doctor gsve of the atmosphere, took him in hand and information of the robbery with a de ns was afterwards started off on another scription of the articles taken. train for his destination. Capt Parker promised that he would have the entire force at Salt Lake Dut Late yesterday afternoon John Stuart on the lookout for the guilty parties. enough into biin to make jot whisky nntflV ttA S4 oflM SAma sir atipin WS U J PUIUC PVIII1UK avwj lUU Fell In. pxcitement around the depot was taken A the team was Officer Jto city jail by being driven east on Riley. I The depot ccials have been annoyed Twenty fourth street last evening near I M a female tuaracter who has staid Lester Park. There was a red light on uound the waiting rooms for nearly a " ii. indulging in many queer and irra-ju- l each side of the street center, but no sign that anything was wrong between acts, among other things making me ugnis ana curb lines, although there to flirt with the men. were open ditches there. The team ran Oa Wednesday her conduct reached right into one of the ditches, the horses inch a pass that she had to be removed got down and had to be It helped out r the police. did not appear thU any senous damage iShs was taken to the police station was done. Ditch makers would do well i was only allowed her liberty upon to look out and protect such places thorleave town. to the Wising oughly. ,Ite superintendent of the Pullman To Knbzhta of Pythias. wing car system in this city said yes-xa- y that Pullman sleepers will proba-All members of Queen City Lodge No. he put on the new branch of the Rio are requested to be present at the nnde Western from Thistle to Manti vhort time. Casile Hall at 8 o'clock p. m. this even-i- n Watson, Superintendent Bac-Ta the mrnnhun nf fiaAan TstAtr ir J fr)iren Mini BARBED WIRE. invitation is extended. Uuainess of importance will be transacted. By order of tha C. C. H. H. Geioer, K.R.&S. THE TRAIN MEN'S BALL. i It, Was a Tery Satisfactory Success . Every Way. The ball of Salt Lake Lodge No. 68, Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen, took place at Union hall last evening. The committee on arrangeuts was, Will J. Mitchell, Millard F. Smith, Chris P. Kar, Henry G. Maxwell and John A. Hogan. The floor managers were Will J. Mitchell, Millard F. Smith and Chris P. Kar. The prompter was IL J. Mason. The attendance was large and the trainmen seemed to be having a ig time when the reporter looked jp. When railroad men have a dance they dance with double-headenergy and so they did last night They pronounced the affair very satisfactory. er Notice, The undertaking business of the late S. M. Preshasr will be continued for the Washpresent at the old stand, tf ington avenue. Caledonian Society. The regular monthly musical reunion meeting will be held in the A. O. U. W. hall tonight at 8 o'clock. A pleasant time is anticipated. Friends of members cordially invited. Troubled With or suppressed menstruation Oregon Kidney Tea, if taken a few days before the expected period, relieves all pain. It contains no mineral poisons. To Ladies Painful Leagal Blanks of all kinds for sale at the Commercial Office. 4 Real Estate Transfers. Real estate transfers furnished by the Hendershot Abstract office, 2114 Wash-ngte- n avenue, for April 2,' 1891: M. P. Dalton to B. J. Allen, part of section 10, tovvnsnip 5, range 1 west, $ L F. A. Hammond et al. to J. Hawkins, part of section 19, township 6, range 2 1100. Corey Brothers Have no Contract on east G. J. Browning to J. WV Eastman, part the Northwestern. of section 10, township 5, range 2 west, The railroad editor of tne Denver $100, A. J. Cbnmberlin to W. Rtckards.part News reports got considerably off the of section 35, township 6, range 2 west, other day. He said: 11.000. "An important development in WestT. J. Hudson to W. H. Harvey, part ern railroad" progress came to light yes- of section 32, township 6, range 1 west, 11.00. terday. A gentleman who has just reC. W. Canfleld to W. V.Helfrich, turned to the city from a Westefn trip part of blocks 13, 14, 25, 28, 34, says that Corey Bros.closed a contract to trustee, University Place, $1,400. construct 100 oBee of railroad for the 41 and 50,Wavment to J. Bullock, part J. B. Northwestern ratlFoad, extending west2 ward from Port Caspar, the present of section 7, township 6, range west, 150. western terminuslj He, said that the Total, 13,052. work was to commace at once. It is evident that the Chicago and "Liver complaint knocked oul. every Northwestern inMnds to continue its by Dr. Kenley's Eng'ish Danprogress towards the coast this summer. round"Tonic E, D. T. It is the only one of thflpreat Western delion trunk lines which nay be said to be in a Rocky. Mountain Amber, made by the position to carry out suet a plan at present Ita stock sellsabov par in spite of Schellhas Brewing company is the best the decline, and there is but little of its beverage in the market immense system which does not carry a Rocky Mountain Amber, made by the neavy traffic When the Northwestern gets over into the territory now monopo- Schellhas Brewing company is the beet lized by the Union and Southern Pa- - beverage in the market Rocky Mountain Amber, made by the Schellhas Brewing company at the best Dererage in the market. - Cleaning- I'd. A Commercial reporter while out rid ing yesterday, waa very much pleased to seethe chairman of the Sanitary con mittea and the Sanitary Inspector directing the movements of some men and a team, clearing away the nuisances that hav existed so long near the northwest corner of the Reform school grounds. No more dumping will be allowed there in future, for which pleasure-seekin- g riders will be truly thankful Tha job wagoners insist that they must dump somewhere. Of course they must, but not there. It is a Graves subject Take it before breakfast" Dr. Hen-ley'- a English Dandelion Tonic. Ronky Mountain Amber, made by the Schellhas Brewing company ia the best beverage in the market COLOEADO CORRUPTION. s.n He WU1 Probably Rtvfr-He- 's a Xnkudit-- t Minuter Police Set. Thomas Warren tie insane man mentioned in Tne CoMataciALof yesterday wras not captured uetd yesrday morning. Then Sheriff Belnapgota 'pbooe message from L'inUh, about 7 miW out, aaving that a deranged man was there. Mr. Rrinap at once concluded that this was the man wanted at Ugdea and rputid the pulioe and Mar-anMetralt had Warren brought in. For safe keeping he waa confined in the county iaiL The physician says that with a few day of reet he will be all right again. He alept aome yesterday and aKemed much improved. He wanted to be placed in the custody of a sheriff. In the eastern states the sheriff ia about all the officer known in country districts and Warren at once thought the sheriff would protect bin from the foes be supposed were constantly pursuing him. The poor man had apparently been up all night and had been in a wild race moat of the time to keep out of the clutches of imaginary men who were bent on drowning him. In his effxU to get away be had run into barbed wire fences and torn his clothing to pie and scratched himself up. He baa been a Methodist minister at Protein, Missouri, probably what is known as a "local preacher." He was trying to write to his wife yesterday and was indulged this fancy to quiet his mind. He found great comfort in talking religion and Deputy Sheriff Lam pert went down and solaced him with long talks on thanlrcv time being, was a Methodist of course. me oeputys religious consolation proved an excellent tonic and the old man was noticably better last evening. al Tmnt i. Allegation That the Lejislature The Police Record. Was Bought Up. Charles Brown, who stole aomsarti. Dr5ver, April 2. The Colorado rail- ties from tha Fair, got six days. road bill was defeated in the senate Merntt Harger was arrested for petit An Tuesday. Tha vote stood nays 15, yeas IL Immediately after the vote Senator Bolsinger secured the floor and bitterly denounced those who had voted against the bilL He said that be had taken a drink at the Windsor bar with a n citizen of Denver, who on that occasion pulled a roll of bills from bis pocket and aaii: "Come on, boys, and drink; this is railroad money, and it is what I have left after defeating tha Wn3bwTIl luo uuum. " In an interview subsequently he said that tha man who had displayed tha money and made the remark waa Mr. A. M. Stevenson, and that Representative White and James Bush were present at the time. Mr. White was interviewed later and said that Stevenson was there and was crowing over the defeat of the bill, but although such a remark might hava been mad-1- , he could not say that it was. Mr. Bush was also interviewed on the subject and said that if called upon he would swear that no such remark had been made. "Mr. Stevenson is a friend of mine, and for that reason I would deny it in court, as I would not say anything against him." well-know- CITY IN HHIEF. THE TmiCoxmucuj. g:re the tew a Knights of Pythias aaeet tonight Tte Lstnet court wtU probably be ia Washington, April 2. A statement by the president's secretary in regard to the contemplated southern and western trip, says: The president has not fully determined pending the final decision, on his 8 ppointed provisional schedule. Unless matters intervene to prevent, the party will leave here April the 14,h, and travel southward. The following cities wiM be briefly visited: Roanoke, Chattanooga, Atlanta, Birmingham, Memphis, Little Rock, Dallas, reaching Galveston Saturday night They leave Galveston Monday morning, and go to El Paso, Yuma and Los Angeles. California will be entered about Tuesday or Wednesday on California will take in second week. about a week's time, short tours being made through the state. From San Francisco the party will go to Portland, Olympia and Puget Sound, and at the latter place the turn homeward will be made, taking in Boise City, Ogden, Salt Lake, Pueblo, Denver, Hastings, Omaha, Moberly, Springfield, and reaching Indianapolis and spending Sunday, May 10th, there. Then from Indianapolis back to Washington. CoBuuiatWr Vniatoa and Other Bririah Ofieers Captared. dispateh froaa Mr.Curdeo, oneof those who escaped today. Judge Miner was away yesterday and from Manipur, aays the British tort advanced March I4th to arrest there was no court. Chirf obra. who bad deposed tLe J bouse TLe front of the Grand opera rajah. Tba biuck is getting a ooat of paint. Manipuris resisted and abelled the prsai-doc- y. Finding their animunitiotfJmoat George R. Taylor, advance agent of Commwaioner Quiaion nouned th the "Little Ty coon company, is at tha Broom. to T?ZL!ht iWa cessationdposd ofUstili-tJ- n. fhe enemy agreed, and Commas. Quite a cold wave struck tha city on Wvdnesdar evening and continued dur- mwawoer Quinton, with Political Agent Gnmwood and CoL Skene, with Mswrs. ing yeferday. (mmmoi and went eoaw Simpson to M. out Salt Lake City, Nat Brighatu, of was on yesterday appointed special in aeizad Tr i and held as prisoners. The than spector vt sugar in bond. resumed the attack on the enemy presideocr Malonev and the force was obliged to Perkins, lawyers, bar retreat, moved their office into the new Wright ngbting their wsy scruss the bills until budding on W aahington avenue. they met Cowley . detachment Gurdao. A meeting of Knights of Pythias is aays nothing about bow many of railed for this evening to arrange for the British force were killed or escaped. excursion to bait Ijake city on Monday. Bam in the South. The . little child Tillie Julia, in New Obleaxs, April 2. Track fact. fant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert J Duller died yeoterday, aged 1 month Maiden allowances, fire furlongs Grey and i) days. Eagle won. Tramp aeoond, Harambourw The following telegrams remain un third. Time, 1:02. Six f urlonga-Row-Ur called lor at the Western Union tele- Holly won, Heely John second, Maud street. third.s Time, 1:11 CottreU handicap, graph com pan v, 407 Twenty-fourt- h and upward, mile BooU. Canoit, J. K. fjormack. ms Bird won. Underwater second, Ivan-b- os Officer George Burton found three third. Time, 1:44,4. Handicap, s toughs in a rough and tumble right on mile Cashier won. Wall avenue last night near tha Matson, Sullroas second, third. Time. Bankrupt Abbott 4 Barnes building. He run them 1:38,. all in. Smoke Carpenter's Gsth Havana Chorles Wood manses begun tearing out the old wooden buildings just norm cigars. of the Paint and Oil compsn's store, yesy brick terday. II will erect a business bouse there. Persons trouble! with rheumatism, Mrs. Grahams lumbago, neuralgia, St Vitus dance. nervous prostration, lame weak back from any cause, are advised to call at room 4(1, First National bank, and see - a. rrrrvorD u-- nnm what magnetism can do tor them. The chief of the tire department of Tha Logan was in the city yesterday. Ogden firemen showed him the work ings of the Ogden aerial ladder, as Lo gan is thinking of getting some such not a easmrtie, hat a outritlre tonie fur The ladder waa set up tbla akin. apparatus. It naka tha akin naturally moot tne and Mft and against city jail. lrtr. ratcu it from wind aad nn. cltanaea tha faee far faMtar than auap aad McCartney A Co, the Twenty-fiftwater and bjr ita tonic affect on tha akin p rata tha formation of wrink Ira. For aala in street newsdealers, bave the only exclu with other of Mra. (iraham'a celebrated sive stationery and news stand on Twen Ortirations, hj the following Drnnrina : l street They are wideawake and rrta Parole. Uil Washington Are.: F.H. Hnrlbot, under Broom Hotel; H. A. Walker. 371 Twenty, enterprising, and tha latest and best fourth Ht. to Mra. Onralra Mra. stamp 1C3 newspapers and periodicals are always bam, "HeantySendDoctor,'' Poat St., San o, on nana tor tne public. for her littla book "How to be Beauti' ful. Cominff attraMinna at tha Grand aa follows: Kajanka, April 2; Little Tycoon, tme user, iu; Apni ij and April 17 and 18; Shenandoah, April 20 and 21: Men and W omen, Milton No-oies and uounty r air later. Mrs. Capt F. R. Lasher will from this 18 THB ONLY KNOWN REMEDY IX date take charge of the large and com TUB WORLD THAT WILL modious rooming house in the Tanner ABSOLUTELY CCRK and Lin block, corner of Twenty-fourtcoin avenue, and will convert it into i first-clas- s family hotel. A limited nura- osr uf rowmsn suite will be raUtiflM for steady, desirable family boarders if applied for at once. Make application to Caixctta. April 1-- A laroenr. Ha atnU from the King Mercantile company. jjast evening mree dizzy damsels were arrested near tha nrton ris., K;.!. fast driving. They tell it in this way. n puuueiuan oi me city and another officer bad been out tn Hot them. The men rode in one carriaira. the girls in another. They all had a nlunsre in the hii nnnl r,A than u. trtK-heroual- i th. u three-year-old- nftoen-aixteeath- nt two-stor- n h h Fraa-eiee- DR. LESLIE'S Special Prescription! h turned. be-Whenthey reached . . city they ... tha gun WTaoa uuwu v hbiiiiiuium rvuuub. First the mn got ahead. Then tha girls let out and passed the other carriage. They had crossed the Ogden Mrs. Capt lasher, room U, Tanner river bridge and were about a block block, entrance on Lincoln avenue. ahead of the men when Officer Chase called them down and they were esSubscribe for The Codex Daily Comcorted to headquarters. When the men saw what had hap- mercial. pened they wheeled off and came in on Rocky Mountain Amber, made by tha another route. Schellhas Brewing company is the best The girls were finally allowed to put beverage in the market up for their appearance today and permitted to go. They were not without a The Next Speaker. good supply of assurance but it worried New York Press: Congressman Benthem decidedly to think of having to ton IL McMillan, of Tennessee, who is at stay in jail over night. The men referred to deny all the yarns the Hoffman bouse, is letting no grass of the girls and pronounce them made-uhis ambition to of feet under the grow stuff. From what the officers say the of the next national houss of girls were no doubt trying to work a be speaker bluff game. They neither went to nor representatives. He has a comprehencame from the Springs with the women. sive id a of the situation, and in a brief he thought The watch found on the person of C. talk with me yesterday a said man southern was certain that it was who arrested on Twenty fifth would Clair, next at its over that body preside street yesterday, was an American "There are a number of candi18 K. hunting case, Lewis XIV, session. movement No. 4,666394. The number on dates from the south," he continued; "Mills of Texas,Hatch of Missouri,Blount the case is 38,918. and Crisp of Georgia, and myself. I think I shall have as many supporters Probate Court Business. p 0?den on Harrison's List. TREACHEEors MASIrTUS. n. Eet thirty-eigh- ine third case or mental disorder was I T0EX BY The Lynn Mercantils Co. has the rep- Ffeuerr Gone. utauun or selling all loads of garUn ceceesary to chronicle this tooia cheaper than tbey can be obtained With where. proa-poetin- I With a iH-ra- A of TLi flacr Eqnim TliU-- A Slifftt Uitin.e. be- oari ne 4 Tie Ttmiaa! Important WAS FOUND AT LiNTAIl Uutc-Lc- a U-.- y TO OGDEX. SEWS. at a2 that fore leaving tt ray. os UtiLGrt Utl verday tot a .NortUra,oa ecUrey fewJoarfa arwnths out on U Cectral Pei&& A SUn Curey Brxiirs at first took a eoetrtrt Masra. Cktmmai FUcsr are a coup lor iLua oe the Xurtbera rucu susy be prooJ jC wt eate accepted taec.tr mi extec&ue Mr. Jimt Harrop is soon ta lay the suore, aakm sweety m j. TLy tave al- foundation for a large addition to y An tais Mr. Guvid gPm d tvom a." Lj It uw tU .VjfUVf Brjitirs tare a -- -- e TESTIMONIALS. TOD A CRAWFORD, Commiwioa IferchanU and Dealer la Boildinff aaienai. tL Santa Rota, CaL, 2Taa. 19th. Briffgi Uedicine Co. tienta : Yoara of tha ISth imlniL I hall be glad to auist yon in promoting the aaleof Dr. Lcalie'a Special Prescription. Indeed, most of what I hava bought of yoa aw. the nast four rears haa heen awa. m- nlf baring been completely cured after a lifetime of headache, aa I shall aladly certify. Hliouid yon write to either Dr. U rtr'koU or Dr. Mason, of this place, you may refer to Tod aV Ca roaD, aa to the superiority of your Special lours truly. rreacription. WUL Tod. Price 23 Cent. Sold by all Drag Biate). Briggs Medicine Co., San Francisco, CaL Wal-tha- The probate court made an order appointing Christina Marshall administratrix of the estate of John Marshall, deceased, and also for notice to creditors and for the appointment of appraisers. Morris Ricbter, administrator of the estate of William Huesing, gave notice of appeal to the district court from certain findings of th.e probate court. Tennessee is Loyal. Nashville, Tenn., April 2. The following letter was sent to Secretary of War Proctor today. "In case of any serious complications with Italy, the Trank Cheatham Bivouac, confederate of soldiers dithe Tennessee vision, 350 strong, hereby tender its serHill Is Not In It. vice to the United States, by order of New York, April 2. There was a free the bivouac. Signed. J. W. McMurray, trade meeting under the auspices of the President" Single Tax club at Cooper Union tonight A Little Ambiguous. to hear "Jerry" Simpson, of Kansas. There were many letters from prominent Dodge City, Kans., April 2. The folmen invited, the most notable being lowing message was sent to New Orleans from Governor Hill, wh6 wrote, in part, To the Mayor and Citizens of "I cannot attend this meeting because I tonight: The peoplexf Dodge City, Orleans New no its with have sympathy professed assembled, say to purpose. I supposed my opinions upon Kans in convention the tariff Lad been po frequently ex- the people of the Crescent Citv that ore men, spoken for I y pressed that nobody could expect me thousand consistently to attend a meeting intend- resolution, ifare ready to go to Louisiana ed to promulgate the doctrine of free and shoot called upon by our govern trade. As a democrat I must respect- ment ana itaiy s noetiie attitude defully decline to support any movement, mands it no matter by whom instigated or championed, having for its purpose the adoption of any such suicidal policy as is sought to be promoted by the meeting to which you have invited me." This letter was saluted with a storm of hisses. A reference to Cleveland's free trade views met with violent applause. Simpson's address contained no utterance varying from those already heard elsewhere. able-bodie- d from the south as any of them, judging from the voluntary expressions of fellow members to me. Will we change the Reed rules? Indeed we will. The election of Reed was a good thing for the democrats. He went into the speaker's chair as the exponent of extreme ideas and he followed those ideas to the letter. They were rejected by the people at the polls. I am not carping at Mr. Reed. I believe it is always best to put strong men at the front, to emphasize ideas which are at issue, and give the public an opportunity to see those ideas in. practice, so that they may be indorsed In Mr. or disapproved by the voters. Reed's case we democrats got the benefit at the polls." I hear from New York democrats that Mr. McMillin realizes that outside of his southern support the New York delegation will cut the biggest figure in making the next speaker, and is doing his best to capture as many New York pledges as possible. Australia's Chief Executive. ConSydney, April 2. The Australian federation convention, now in session, has approved of the title "Commonwealth of Australia" for the federated colonies. The convention also adopted a clauie providing that the chief of executive of federation shall be known as Govornor General, and be appointed by the queen. The proposition that the Governor General should be elected by a popular vote was rejected, 35 to 3. Where to Ms Time? Has been the query addressed toIL M. Bond & Co., many times since the announcement of their removal to the Child building, 2411 Washington. Promptness, reliability and intelli gence, we believe, are more factors in the success of any business than the pretense of low prices for shoddy goods. Orders solicited. We have now a central locality, per manent quarters, and desire all the prompt paying customers we can get. storage at low prices. JJesK room. Telephone 72. mim OPENING OF FIFE CLOTHING. The French Miners. Paris, April 2. During the session in this city today of the International Miners congress, a telegram was received from leaders of the miners in the Saar district stating that all persons engaged the mining industry there who has been concerned in promoting the congress had been d smiasorl by the mine owners. Gent's Furnishings, New Spring Styles in son's and Dunlap Hats. Stet- Boy's and Children's Clothing, Finest and Most Complete Stock in the City and at Popular Prices. 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