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Iice Ut Ns. Hi i: - let, OGDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL.! VOLI MEV. Xl'M UK II M. llEimESIIBIIlJllE. .- 'id lafjje fc.d pieturwi of U re tuLiitHu im tter. w li i hj akictij hue sunt mo. a dwviratitvl Tlie crowd, m llluJiu; lt LINCOLN Itif Colored biurd are liuarduiu uf Wliat Now if l.er!t wninuuje IHlilUlude i and Mjyor Suilivan in a neat we'cutned tti president leaue. I'resi in parU deut llama 4) l do Got U,.iik 1 can iiiu h to day. Tl.e strain of tl,t ki.g uruey and llie frja"iit caiis iu le on me t ,itk from Washington to tl.e lioldea I jit k and from the In lai to unrthe8t d.anaiKili, have Momew hat e&haudted toe and made in v Leurt mi ti to thrNe mi prrKHiii1 as 1 grr-- t mt old frien.ls that I caiitiot, fear, oHiiiuaiid mbelf.' t ur p..tl.av tiiis bn-- marked by tfie plaudit of the multitude, and our wav litre n sitli tlowera. but all the ewnel ne of thofce Howera, all tl.e beauty of the aliiet tropical laudacaixri, and all the richiiecM of pm-iouitiinea u,k into e forgetfulnecw aa 1 today thus weliMine from my old fnendn. (There waa a ir.-ei.il.le luoture in the preoi- deut'a eyea. My uiaiihitKl has known no other Inline but thia. It waa the scene of my early struggles. It has been the scene and instrument and support of my early succena id life. 1 come to la) town before vou UUv my ottering of thankfulness for your friendly helpfulness in my buvhood and in all the hours of my life dow n to this. I h ft vou two vears ago to take up the work of the newt responsible oftice in the world. I went to these duties un- ned but sustained by your helpful friend net. I come after two years to confess many or rora, but to saytoyuu that 1 have but one tnought in my mind to use whatever influence I have for the general good of all tenpleapplaue). Our stay is so brief that 1 must deny invself the pleasure of taking all these friends bv the hand. (oil bless vou all. I have not forgot ten, or cannot forget lndiantiiiolia. I look forward, if mv life is spared, to this as the citv where 1 shall rest when my hard toil is done. I love its homes and rejoice in its commercial prosperity." The party soon after started for Wash ington. Id.iinc Will i:hihit. 1- .- Sec May retary Washington, Blaine w ill noon demonstrate to the sat isfaction of "resident Harrison's friends that lie also can make a triumphal tour. lis circuit, however, will be short- - from Washington to liar HurUir. His first stop will be at Philadelphia, where the L'nion League will hamjuet him and the republicans meet him. He will also go to fSpringlielil, Mass. The day will close with a triumphant entry into lioston. From lioston lilaine w ill go to Portland, where the republicans can shout themselves hoarse over the plumed knight without fear of Czar Reed, who is moling around somewhere in the vicinity of the Seven Hills of Rome. While the trip is not, perhaps, designated by Mr. lilaine as a campaign arit will, nevertheless, his rangement, friends say, arouse a sentiment and give reciprocity a prominence which will make it absolutely impossible for Harrison's friends to block the lilaine bourn. It w ill capture protective New England. tant IIirKofImmarinr)' Ejt Liijrlili MTES THE There are Sot fr When Ihe ,is l.w aided by Hi- tiring of a national alut ail by mt immense crowd. The stay here was only on hour. Governor Fifer, Mayor Senators Cullom and Palmer, ei Governor Sjritifr aud Henderson, Swam were among Ogleaby and the first to kwI the visitor and bid tht-ii- t Nearly wy resident of the city was given an aportunity Ut se the chief magistrate and the lnrli) bera of lua party. The local in ilit iu ami grand army men and civic organizations aero draw n up in line at the hi at t. ii, and escorted the arty to the Lincoln monument in Oak 'idge cemetery, w litre the formal took place. Governor l ifer delivered an eloquent address of well, me to which the president responded. "The intereet of this journey culminates today as we stand here for a few nio tneiits about the tomb of Lincoln. As I pat I through the southern states and noticed their great counties of busy which lias Iteen built up since f the war; an I saw how the lire of kindled w here there was once solitude, i could not but think and say that tli in hand that lies beneath these stones kindled all we beheld. All these' tirea of iuduatry were lighted at the funeral pyle of alavery, the proclaiuation of Abraham Lincoln can le read on all these niouiitain sides, where freemen are now betiding their energies to the developmeu', of state long under the pa ralvma of human slavery. ( come today to thia consecrated and sacred apot with s heart tilled with emotions of gratitude that the God who w isely tu rue. I towards our easier n shores the body of liod fearing ami lilterty loving men to found thia republic did not fail to tind for ua in the hour of our extremity ne w ho was cometent to lead the heart and aympathiea and hold up the courage ut our people iu the time of our greatest national peril. The life of Abraham Lincoln teachee more useful lessons than any other character in American hiatory. "You have here in keeping the moat precious trust, toward thia aiot the feet of the reveranta of the years to come will wend their way, and aa the story of Lincoln's life is read there will continu-"allbe spread through allot our country the influences of hope and inspiration to the generations of children that are yet to come. here that will W e can say nothing deepen impressions of this great life. I have studied it, and been tilled with wonder. His life was an Americen product. No other soil could have produced it, and the greatness of it has not, yet been discovered or measured. As the inner history of time in which he lived is written we tind how his great mind was turned and moved in the time of eril and delicacy by the forces of our country in their home and in their foreign relations w ith that marvelous tact, with that never failing common sense which characterized this man of the peo- And what an impressive lesson we file. this morning as 1 see in the uni form of my country standing as guards around this tomb the sons of that race that had been condemned to slavery and was emancipated by his immortal proclamation. What an appropriate thing it is that these who were once a despised race, whose civil light were eurtailedjin this state, are now alTectionnte guardians of his ashes and the tomb iu which they sleep. If we will all again and again read the our story of Lincoln's life we will tind minds and hearts enlarged, our life and character deepened and our Hnsecrated devotion to the constitution and the Hag of the government which he preserved to (Apus deepened and iutensilied." plause. "I shall go from this tomb impressed with new thoughts as to the responsibilities of those who boar the responsibilities though in less troublesome times than the man to whose memory my soul Applause.) bears mourning." When the president closed he was presented by the governor in behalf of the citizens of Petersbury, III., w ith a gold headed cane made from the Lincoln store building at New Salem. in. reached i,t-r- 111., f May 11, its arrival - l.ireiif. weli-wine- . cre-uioqi- fur-nai- y HARRISON AT IIOMK. Refrain from Tears at the lloosiers' Reception. Indianapolis, May 11. A large delegation of Indiana friends met the presidential party at Montezuma, and made themselves hoarse with cheering. The president was overcome by the greeting, we have lie said, in part: "My friends, had a long journey and one aUemied by a great many pleasant incidents. Everywhere we had a most cordial and kindly border greeting, but as I cross today the of Indiana and meet again these old He Cannot tind in your welcome a sweetfriends, ness that exceeds it all." At this ioint tears came to the presiso dent's eyea and his utterance became He choked that he could say no more. a Boon recovered, however, and extended cordial welcome to Indianapolis ot the reception committee. The train arrived in this city promptly beat 4 to this afternoon, its approach an artillery salute. The heralded by ing receppreparations for the inpresident's every way, contion were magniticent of his stay, sidering the limited length Xrom everv window and house top in the stars streets the principal "down town breeze jind Btripee were unfurled to the 1 n l 1 Awaiiinsr IUiiW Fortuur-s- . lM'KKASlNU. Saim of Money limiit iu I he of Kiitflaud. the Lvvinin, May II.- warning Bent from tiuj to time here and by the I'tntod MaUe legatiou by the pre; of Auieraa concerning the ff audiilent " harai lor uf Lug lish relate J jgtuta in America, rerenl devel.o menu bhow that the warnings have I en uiiheedtil, and that the nuiu tier of dupes are iiiereamig instead of decreasing. During the past few weeks more letters thai ever have lieeu received from AiueiH-inquiring after iuiiuagiuary estates of fabulous sums awaiting the writers in the Bank of Kngland. This correspondence, as far back a Mr. Lowell's tune, grew to such enormous pro portions thai all letters of this description had to be answered by printed cir culars. During Lincoln's term of oflice uearly all letters have come from small ooun try t.mns, show ing the agents tind them the most profitable fields. Texas, Kan Baa, Iowa and the far west seem to be especially productive, although letters are received from all parts of the United States. Of all the claims investigated not one has yet been found to have any validity whatever. Claimants should also bear in mind that the statute of limitations fixes the period within which unclaimed estates revert to the crown and this lieriod is twenty years. There are no large sums of money awaiting claimants in the Bank of Kngland. lapilof aix-alle.- i rarncll's Certain Fall. Davitt LiVKKitxii, May and family today sailed for (Juebec, en route for San Francisco. In an interview previous to his departure, Davitt said: "After the next general election Parnell will have only four followers. Kxcept as a private member of parliament Parnell is as deap as a door nail. n Dr. now-bee- e e Ail Insurance Company Fails. Omaha, Neb., May 14. A fire insurance company was forced to the wall this afternoon by the action of the stockholders, who went into court and applied for the appointment of a receiver. Tne petition was at once granted and W. (1. Allbright was appointed. The company recently changed its management and arrangements, sanctioned by the majority of the stockholders, who are being made to wind up the nfTaira of the company and turn over its business to the l'hoenix of Brooklyn. The assets are placed at $50,000, but no statement of the liabilities can be obtained. The Czarowitch Recovering:. Sr. Pk.teksbcko, May 14. litlicial dispatches received here from Japan in regard to t he condition of the czarowitch announce that his physicians are satis lied w ith his progress toward recovery. Fort Yellowstone. Washington, May 14. By the direction of the president the military post at Mammoth Hot springs, in the Yellow- stone National park, Wyoming, heretofore styled.Camp Sheridan, will hereafter be known and designated as Fort Yellowstone. Alumni in Baltimore. Bai.timouk, May 11 At the sixth annual meeting of the alumni of the American college at Rome, Italy, held here, fifty priests, representing uearly every diocese of the union, were present. Monsignor Farley was elected president for the ensuing year. A Suecesslul Strike. May 14. Work was resumed today at the National Tube works. The strike was on the part of Customs Restrictions. the machinists for nine hours. It has Washington, May 14. Secretary Fos- lasbx.1 fifteen weekB and the men have ter has directed the customs at to refuse entry of goods in the come out victorious. name of custom house brokers or others Was He Partial ? who are merely consignees, unless they Ei Paso, Texas, May 14. The entire disclose upon the entry the name ot the ultimate consignee or purchaser, and mail edition of the El Paso Times was tile a certitied copy of the invoice by confiscated and refused transmission which settlement for purchase of mer- through the mails yesterday morning by chandise is made and the disclose of all the postmaster at this place because the facts and circumstances necessary to sat- paper contained a synopsis of the Louisisfy him that the transaction is free iana supreme court decision which comfrom taint or fraud. This is the out- pels the 1iuisiana Blate secretary to submit to the people of the state at the come of recent investigations. New-Yor- PiTTsmiKO, Tii Mm matter m publish! in ti bo repuUicfea paper her aixi. U Italian Consul it by tl.e Hit probnfts wer mad bufciunM Bifccatfwr uf master. The Mas tor lb a amtct AlMi.Aucuij.ttHl. iLe 'liuies orouloo a ch&rg of utla potuialere trivet fully detaining Dtad matur a lid rwf uaaitf its traintuiuteaiu through lb suaila. TiUV HIS OWN nilNTKVMEX. pitotui aster was taken bxfor m I'biUO state ixuiuiiwuuer w ho bounj low over to appear for bearing today. The Rrpoit he lUur of Ullraut hv the 4tu in liter of Hie Kin? Out. MiKiit, May Fill)' Show I p the MatU lport in ootiuui-Uowith lb Situation At Pur tugal are being circulated. "Th Ju-iNtw i May II. Th y tb kittg ia," a republican organ, of fifty tuad iU leu. .it to tf, of Portugal Ml disposed ki abdictl th , iu pail: "ll.e t.ii'!.t. It throu should lit onuisler emu to tli Hiayor frrnt work of liieiu:iiiiillee n to obtain m conclusion tbat such a step frotti lb of police a of four kJW&KeinaUoiig by Italian im,.-and .iv.haua where the aivunnd k Banker Arrested. M. Pmiksos, Kan., May 11. Prseideiit for Wioil of evidence. Then follow itig the bmUHSiiiatioii ot Chief of Police lieu lleeluud, of the Second National bank neesev, the result of the trial demon of Hit city, who was shot on March Ud stiated tu the people 'that no one was last iu a mysterious manner, juat before safe fioui the iiisleiiou band that wju the bank faded, was arrested Una luoru operating regardless of law ll was ing on a complaint of the Dunkard col only w heu tlua fear grew mlo tu abo of an einbezzleiueut of this city, lege luie i.m iciiou urn! the people nw m ;."i,UHi being charged. their might, look the law in their hands. and then followed the event of March WHERE IS TI1E ITATA? 14" The report then, at lengt b, goes on to hhow Sunk the evistence of the Mafia and elU More Reports of Her Beingby of the visit made to the Itahau consul to the Charleston. secure information, lie slated that he CiTr of Mexico, May 11. Persistent was ready to co operative w ith the com rumors are in circulation here today in it tee and would prepare a report con that the United State cruiser Charles taming the ii, forum! ion m h is ltrosetwioti. lie waacoiitinced of the existence of the too overtook the Chilian vessel ltaU on M alia in the and had a strong bus and naval a seas the high engagement picion as to wcity ho were the leaders. He was fought, in which the later was furnished the com.iiileee with thee worsted and blown out ot the water. A names. n later dispatch says: The He stated that prior to the llenneesy prints a special from San Bias, re-ot assassination he had in some way in rumor the about the sinking pealing of curred the coiitene the I lata. Whether she exploded her composed displeasure of thethemen who principally magazines or was sunk by the Charles- had met death at the Parish prison. ton was not stated. A special from invited him tosupperand although states that neither the They Acapuloo he partook only of oyster soup he was Charleston nor the ltata have been taken desierately ill that night with sighted. The greatest excitement pre- symptoms of misoniiig, and was satisfied vails in San Bias. that bis life had lieeu attempted. The government denies that any w The ritten information he had prom Chilian ship has touched at the Mexican ised, however, never came. After some port up to a late hour tonight, or that delay, he notified the committee that it any conflict took place at San Bias as being an extra judicial Ixidy he did not rumored. feel warranted in giving the informa Washington, May 14. There is no lion. During an interuiew with him the the at Charleston or news of the ltata committee called his lit Lent ion to the Nor is tbw morning. navy department statement iu a New York pa credence given to the report that the published to the effect that the mayor had ap per first In sunk the the ltata. Charleston pointed an extra judicial body but its place it is said the new ot st'ct an were frustrated owing to his event could only be received through objects earnest protests and the interthe arrival ot the- Charleston at (Cortes) vention of Mr. lilaine. some port connected with telegraph "We reminded him that he and promi In neat lines, which has not so far Italian citizens had called on the the second place nobody supposes the committee before the mass meeting last itata would resist the Charleston for fall and approved the paciho course, she is totaly unprepared to do so and and asked turn how he reconciled bis even if she attemped it the Charleston statement with this. He re could readily subdue her force without pubished plied that the statements he made resorting to the extreme measure of in me .ew iora jnoune were maoe blowing her out ot the water as is as an individual, not as a consul, and rumored she has done. that the reporter greatly exaggerated the statements." The committee, in The Pacific Short Line. pointing out the remedies in the existing Sioux City Times, May 11: This trouble, suggests "the regulation of immigration; reform in the criminal laws morning a gentleman very near to A. S. and the administration of criminal jus(Jarretson said: tice; a law recognizing the existence of "You can state positively that Mr. the bar association and endowing it Oarretson will not weaken and that in with full power to try and disbar any whose evil practices renall probability the Short Line will be bid attorney in by him. He cannot afford to weaken. der him unworthy of being an officer of 1 am not now speaking for him, but I the court. Theonlv radical remedy which sug think I see into the future of this road. Mr. tiarretson will bid it in and it will gests itself to us is the entire prohibile extended from O'Neill to the Black tion of immigration from Sicili and Hills and form a part of the Sioux City lower Italy. It was found necessary to It may some day go to prohibit Chinese immigration and conit Northwestern. gress passed a necessarvllaw. The dan Ogden." "There is another deal that could be ger to California from the Chinese was worked advantageously. The Central no greater than the danger to this state Pacific needs a hue from Sioux City to from Sicilian mid southern Italy immOgden. Suppose the Central Pacific igrants. lhey are undesirable citizens and leople should combine with Mr. Garret-soand buy the line. It could then be there is no reason why they should be extended to Ogden, and the Sioux City permitted to participate ;n the blessings which thev A Northwestern could use the line to of freedom and civilization O'Feill and build its own line to the are not only unable to appreciate, but Black Hills. This is a combination that which they refuse to understand and would be of wonderful good to Sioux to accept. ' : City." RmliuTs Talk in the Chamber. PR. GRAVES' DEFENSE. Romk, May 14. Rudini, in the cham ber of deputies today, in discussing the He Contends That He Did Not Send New Orleans affair, said it was simply a European the Bottle of Whisky. legal question. sympathy Italy, and he hoped for a T. Thatcher was with solution Dknver, May 14.-- Dr. of the questions in Graves will be indicted by the grand friendly volved. Mrs. of death with the jury, charged Signor Ouintieri asked whether, in Josephine B. Barnaby today, if any de- view of the verdict of the New Orleans aube the can placed upon pendence grand jury, it would not be more digni thorities. lied to renounce the mutter and leaw his Dr. Graves, through Yesterday, the responsibility for the lynchings on & Macon Wells, Furman, those tolerating them. Signor Cavel attorneys here, entered a plea of not guilty to the news letto expressed regret at tho rupture in had confessed he that the relations between that paper charge the United States he had sent tne wnisKy 10 airB. rsarnaoy and Italy. He thought little should be at Denver. said iilmit the affairs, as it was a very Judge Furman, speaking of the case, delicate matter. said: "Now the only statement we want Premier Rudiuisaid that to make is t his; There have been state- importance ought not to beexaggerated to ments made in the papers that Dr. the .New Urleans anair, nor the given question Uraves has confessed that he sent the of essential injudicial power converted bottle ot whisky to Mrs. Barnaby. All to one of national dignity. Replving we know about it is what the newspato the question relating to the S'ew pers say, but e suppose the detectives Orleans grand jury and Signor Corte, will make these siaiemenis. n mey the Italian consul at New Orleans, Premake them they will swear to them. mier Rudini added that he had learned, Thev might swear that hell is an ico- through the newspapers, of an incident house, but it is a difficult thing to make regarding the consul. If the news were I think that when true the matter would be ot itself a jury believe it, and the case conies to trial we will be a'tle sufficient to prove the necessity of the to prove something that will astonish recall of Consul Corte. them. "Has Dr. Graves anything to say about White Cap Lynched. his relations with Same lianleyT" May 14. Santa Fe advices Dknvek, about Sallie know "I Hanley, nothing that the three All Dr. Jraves wants to say is that he this morning state brothers, who were the leaders in never told any one mas ne sent that the white cap outrages, were lynched bottle of whisky to Mrs. Baraby." two E. J. Worrel, his wife and mother, last night for the murder of the reached home from the east Tuesday Sandovals last Monday. night and went immediately to their Eneouraffing- Outlook. home. Mr. Worrell, Mr. Conrad and Detectives McFarland, Clark and Washington, May 14.- The report of were closeted for two hours with the statistican of the department of agrithe district attorney. Judge Belford, culture shows an increase since April of who was one of the attorneys in the last year of more than 100 per cent, in famous Millington case was closeted with the price of corn and oats, ,T0 per cent, them. He has, it would seem, been and more in wheat in primitive markets, employed by the friends of Mrs. Barnaby 3'2 ier cent, in Chicago for choice beeves to assist them in the prosecution, of the and 'io per cent, for Texans, and advanced values in all cereals and meats. case. "i stust pit LiOnfilif - A Parnellite Desertion. Dcbun, May U. The National Press (McCarthyite organ) announces today that R Dwyer Gray, formerly a member of parliament for Dublin and holder of half the stock of the company owning the Freeman's Journnl and Evening Journal of this city and Morning News of Belfast, has seceded from the Parnell-it- e party. McCarthy's Bill. Ottawa, Ont., May 14. McCarthy, memtier of parliament and leader of the equal rights party, introduced a bill in It he house similar to the one that gave rise to a tierce debate last session. McCarthy's avowed mission is the extinct-oof the French language in the northlilaine Much Belter. Dennis west and the abolition of separate Nkw York, May 11.-found Secretary lilaine much lietter schojls. this morning than he was yesterday. A I'arncllite, Fired. Mrs. lilaine stated that it was barely Di iu.in, May 11. At a meeting last would and husband she her possible that night of the electors of North Wexford leave for Washington tomorrow. it was resolved to slop the payment of the salary of John K. Ivedmond who repThe Riurin? Flames. resents North Wexford iu parliament, Lt iHNTON, Mich., May 11.- - The last, and devote the money thus saved to the one of the inhabitants of Walkerville, relief of evicted tenants. Redmond is has on one of the envoys now in the United which was burned Sunday, heard from, and the rejMirt of the Slates to collect funds for the Parnellite cause. number of lives lost proves untrue. Those who escaped have nothing but The Methodists Select Omaha. their wearing apparel and are in destiMay 14. The commission Cincinnati, in Several circumstances. tute points of a general conference location on the and section are this reported homeless, and destitute people are coming in each for lS'.VJ of the Methodist Episcopal church has unanimously voted that day. Mich., May 14. Rains Omaha le selected as the sent of the White have subdued the forest tires in this next general conference. vicinity. Hundreds of families are des Belmont Oil "Works. miles of here, titute within twenty-livand many hundreds will have nothing Puii.AiK.i,rniA, May 11. This afterto eat save what charitable people give noon a tire is raging in the Belmont oil them. Some of them are badly burned. works in the lower section of the city. KsAnaba, Mich., May 14. No rains It is believed it will destroy the entire have fallen in four weeks, and the situaplant. tion is very serious. The tires are now doing great damage in Delta and counties, and are spread over a vast area. (Jayiaiko, Mish., May 14. The home ot Roliert Duke, a farmer of Remington, Mintniorency county, burned and his two daughters perished. l'l'NKSLTAW.NKY, l'ii., M ay 14. A great lire is raging iu the mountains between here and lielwood. It is sixty miles in Many people are homeless. length. WAS GIVEN TOISON. ucr. -- trim UK shiuf Okij. ru-lultUw- rerl un-rm- I m-apo- Anglo-America- Her-rer- - Hans-comb- e CvKjtlJhTii. M Z w PRICE FIVE CENTS. ct-ar- fji.m kflrf cheer, gave Harrisuu (Jivfii a Warm WV1- - the prwidetit a getiuibe lol.iHoi j houie. ArritoJ at nuuc !) tin HmiiVi. Jov. lLvey ddmxt th nF L pUts iurororickl. Ja'ki .li..l u t f 1 to next e'i-lthe aoMKuiaitct t xVeoUiaf ti ILe gesend tnnirriil-'juf the Louwuui t ljutlery ootu pritU u AT THE TOM I! - OCDEN. UTAH. FRIDAY MOKXIMS. MAY 15, 1691. Tat - a Tb!:BiicatK uf th surplus tif two and out, aabofegti UBder U reduction of Ut iuur good price forttunv rri-- . nod tb b.rW in bwl of tt wurtd fur two n.td lb lo tur,gu i for IL gruwicg rrop protuiaes projiiM-deoiaLd for tea tear Mori lb targot furvcu at reaiuberalit IIIDMS )ir. CHINESE. )ar, prat. Mrikrrs. lrpt-r- t St. fniiCMM Kis May 11. Daspalcl.es rwwm.1 l.re Vn stal that a ha trik V spinning Utkeu plan there, 'lb oira!ors are fii lieruiau uuMtlv curred hetweruth hkv lakMt ialutla. tttililary pUw-w- l'la Kst.U-lM- i ojvUr everl drimr1 JhI Newts aod looting oc- OiilutHrtlS The Wrath th striker let work. Miiu-iurirs- . IX of the WSUUSE. 1'rlli-- h dottra-lurli- t I poll the lavage Bcadieus. I 1 .f Tlirir AttarL Ml) be Heaped . harilien am ( orrrrtioii. ImitMiMi iN May II The mum of the e mi feme t of chr i tie and rre tu. IIS tin MiorUillg llsbHie to h of the iMuuottw iki refiortit fnnu th (ale. Thts ax followed to oounneiit by individual delegatus and tne uiinule and phae of the rrfmrts ou Ui MiiM Hii, Mi II.- - Further parWu lloo treat) purl in th lnnfr.Ku n ti.o that tli pro i le.,- - .4 gn H-I 'l.ine who u.k part tu burning th. Catholic ttocbsm aud other European building are I Ue to bring upon lhui-Helktlitt rath of th Britmu guVMU-Uieti- e t. after in. hi a public reepti.ai was I'h luob, it ut now ltd, also burnd leioer mil prol..i and ioold gieubethe delegate. th I'usloui house and tb HtU'trd as the place for the l:et I'n itisb lil) OMunjiat. The w ife of ths lint TliUt meeting. Bit. RAILROAD MKlkK. hiiim Will Hae mt Sjiii frniii Other I bioiis. CHiiAio, May 11. The trouble be teen the Chicago 1 Northwestern rail Hie Sw i( path) isii cohitul.ditigUiNe'd as at'hitieee wctaau, ilh difficulty Ut em ape f roui managed thtt coi.su Ute and make her way to augU Kiang where, iu company with other Kuropeuus, sh took refug on hunks luoored in a stream. Th British consul was wounded. keul's Band I'uiforuiL road and the sw growing out of the discharge of the ) ard master, The uniforms for Kent's Military Band nated this morning in the discharge of from Cincinnati yesterday. They the entire force. The compauv has lieeu armed ai very iiaudMiie aud git entire satisfor some tins necessity anticipating tune and was prepaaed for it. New faction. The public w ill have an oppor-tuintto see them today at - o'clock men were hired and distributed through I the yards, taking the places of thoee when the Mind will turn out to advertise the Meiidelseohii Ouuib'tte Club concert discharged. 1 he Northwestern onlciala Blate that at the Grand tonight. for more than twp years the situation reA Yesterday Afternoon Blaxf. garding the switch tiu has been constantly growing. The workmen not only The first opportunity to test the newstruck frequently for trivial causes, but chemical engine at a real lire occurred they, at a number of tunes, demanded the discharge of men w ho performed yesterday afternoon. The ikiniiMiiv wm iinuhlA to rMAi'h IIia satisfactory work and whine only fault was that they were not members of the eoiitUgralion promptly owing to obswitchmen's union. struction in the way. When the tire All other railroad companies are ap- was reached it was found that a dwellu Mil iucii!iMil liv a rvtlora.1 plauding the action of the Northwestern ing uliii-and will come t its support if neces family was too far gone tu be saved aud sary. The discharged employes are tho efforts or the firemen were directed only those on th Northwestern system Ut saving the adjoining buildings. The proper, which does not include the lines chemical did effective work aud it will soon pay for itself if upon a couple ot west ot the Missouri river. Dispatches from Milwaukee aud Mad- - similar cases to that of yesterday it does Wis., Clinton, Iowa, and other as etieciive wora as upon tne occasion places on the road say the switchmen at jimt cited. those points were discharged and paid oft this niormug. How lie ExpreMed It. The company is supported in its nosi In a thriving village of Oxford county tion by the cord tiremens' and are people who still enjoy relating a little brakemefis' unions. The switchmens' at th confusion union is not included in the national incident illustrative likely to fall upon the stranger to onr federation of railroad employes. To a committee of the men who called language who uses synonyms indiscrimion Preeident Hughitt he said: "The nately. The pastor of the leading church switchmen for the last two vears have had made arrangements to exchange been about running this road. All the with a good German brother of the sam officials nave been humiliated and now denomination. Having himsel ' been a we propose to ascertain w hether we can witness to some ludicrous mistakes of run our own road. We are backed up that worthy, the minister was not withby every trainmen's order in the federaout a feeling of uneasiness. tion except the switchmen. This is not The German having arrived in the Tilan attack on the unions in anyway, but lage Saturday was courteously invited of We must discipline. simply a matter know who are going to dictate, the off- to a pleasant gathering near the parson icials or employes." age. Hie elite or tne town were present. All went well with our German friend until he was introduced to the Railroad Notes. Thus far the scheme of the Southern beautiful Miss Howard, whose matchPacific of putting ticket agents on the less complexion was the pride of the vilvarious trains leaving San Francisco for lage. Feeling that such beauty deserved some recognition, and wishing to comJiointa in the state, works satisfactory, the conductors have sold the pliment the beautiful stranger, the Ger tickets on the trains, and the returns man exclaimed with his beaming admade were not, so the management miration, "Why, fraulcin, what a beau thought, as large as they should lie. tiful hide yon have!" Lewistou Journal, On certain runs where the receipts have lieen formerly f'JKi, the train agents CmiN uf Corpulency. have turned in fcioO. The new agents It is very evident that corpulency ia are paid per month, and the regular conductors receive ?l:io, 1 he superin- due to some peculiarity within the systendent of the train agents is J. B. tem which favors the increase and storLa uck. age of fat, but the actual cause is yet to The expected fight in the American be determined. Physicians who hava Ticket Brokers association at Kausas been corpulent, and therefore have had City over the proiosal to incorporate the the most favorable opportunities for organization and place the members study and experiment, h.ve. all reached under bond was averted yesterday by a the same conclusions namely, that correference of the matter to a ceiiunittee, without instructions. Resolutions were pulency indicates a degree of ill health not of excellent health, as many peoadopted I.earLily endorsing the fearless position taken by the Chicago & Alton ple suppose. They also hold that ona in the interest of the people and offering and very potential cause of the abnorthe beet support of the association to mal storage of fat is the lack of functhat company iu its resistance against tional activity in certain important orthe boycott. of the Ixxly, and particularly those A train of twenty-oncars of sugar gans concerned in freeing the system of waste east reached here from the machinery In words, when the last night en route for southern Utah. products.is chokedother with waste less fat up It is consigned to the new sugar factory system is consumed therein, and its accumulaon the Utah Central railroad. Five cars of beer were shipped from tion is favored. Boston Herald. here over the Union Pacific yesterday. A Itu I terily Social. It is consigned to Evanston and is the first shipment made by the new Shellhas A "butterfly social" Is one ot the novel Brewing Co. of this place. entertainments Cor raising funds in charGeneral Secretary 11. C. Moormon of itable work. The room is decorated with the railroad Y. M. C. A, in this sity re- butterflies of tissue paper, and in the turned yesterday from a trip to Kansas center of the a huge butterfly of City and St. Joe, Mo., where he had been wire and thin ceiling silk or is suspended, attending conventions of the general as some three feet from paper one wing tip to the sociation. James W. Hessinger, a well known other. The legs of the insect are of railroad manager of the Pennsylvania wire, painted black. Those who preside company, was in Ogden yesterday and over the affair are dressed to resemble may remain for several days here and at different varieties of butterflies, in blue and silver chiffon, black, brown and yelSalt Lake City. The special car G. G. G. of Claus low velvet, with gauze wings and a butA Sprecklee, the sugar magnate, passed terfly for a headdress. Exchange. through the city yesterday en route for the east. Steel Until aa Pit Props. In consideration of the serious inroads Frank Washburn, superintendent of the hotel department of the Pacific sys- which are being made on the timber of tem, was in the city yesterday. this country by the use of wooden props The special car Pickwick arrived over in mines, it is satisfactory to note that a the Southern Pacific yesterday morning patent has been taken out for a method nnd left for the east via the Overland of making steel rails into pit props and Flyer. Itcontaiued the noted Dr.Green supports for collieries, mines, tunnels, who has been in California. bridges, etc. The rails are cut at their Superintendent Corwin, of the Utah ends and suitably framed together. In Division of the Union Pacific, returned lM'int of cost it is said that this mode of to Salt Lake City yesterday. propping compares favorably with brick- General Superintendent W. II. Banand other systems. New York Comcroft is expected back to this city today. ing mercial Advertiser. i George Otto, local agent of the Union Pacific nt Leavenworth, Kan., is charged Prof, (iossman Dead. with selling tickets at cnt rates. Milwaukee, May 14. Prof. Gossman, The Union Pacific has purchased sixty well known as teacher of languages and acree of land near Deweyville which has who was consul to Athena under Presi- in. i been laid off in town lots. dent Lincoln is dead.