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OGDEN COMMERCIAL. i'i. lAi.,..., t HUM tt. Ti Wirte Milt lira a BJ Fx tL? I i.t hygiene cd Jemogra;. by i. iaSLjnPrice of taj Wa'.es ops-"- this afierooon. provided. AKcgtii Kwj Eurcie from Starving. CAPSIZED AND Cun?r Thinks .!.. tie Will iuated and Eletu-'ext dent of tie United u.rr. Matea. Lonoos, August 10. The Kt James Gazelle this ujorLtng prints the following: "Ju.lgirg from the returi.8 issued by the boaru of trade, it looks as though we bud already reaiLed the end uf gtjod tunes. The great decline in the export from Great Britain is undoubtedly due to the of the McKmiey taw id the United States. We Lave been told that the act would eventually prove mwfortuneto the United Slates, but its immediate object was to Lit the foreign r..H!iiifuclurer, especially those of Grent Britain, and it is plainly Widen that this objtct has been attained." llotb the Times and Daily News have been collecting exhaustive report from KuBsia and India about the failure of the wheat croj- - The result are more In view startling than was supposed. of the failure of the crops throughout Great liriUin the Daily News admits that unless abundant 'grain is forth coming from America, Europe will be on the verge of starvation before the next harvebt. The Russian government has already taken the extreme step of prohibiting all export of corn from Rus-si- a for the remainder of the year. Last year Kuaeia sent pearly 4,0oo,oU0 quarters of wheat to England, nearly of the entire amount imported. New York, August 10. Bradstreet's publishes a review in which it place the wheat probable shortage in the European177,Oii0,-000 crop at V!81,CJ0,uu0 bushels; only can be supplied by the United States and India, and commenting on it says: "The report is an extremely bullish care one, when Mr. Bear's and contervatism are taken into account. It will be observed how guardedly reference is made to the probable effect of the short crop of rye in central and eastern Europe, and w'hat the effect will be if full allowance be made for it. Allowing 100,000,000 bushels of wheat fur export from the United States to Europe, and 33,000,000 bushels from India, there would remain fully 88,000,000 bushels to be supplied by Australia, Argentine, Chile, Asia Minor, Canada and such other countries as may have wheat to spars," St. Petersburg, August 10. The grave situation caused by the failure ofthe crops in Bussia is causing the greatest apprehension itu all circles. .The Urashdaniaa declares tbatllie local will be unable to maka provisions for the inhabitants in the distressed provinces if speculators are allowed to export corn or if the price of corn is not checked. The paper demands that the government immediately place a heavy duty on the export d well-know- n V .f .rrvrjticg frwin spread icg Presi- one-thir- BuiMin?, Scheme tr Le N'om of rye. The Financial Messenger declares it will be almost impossible for Russia to, export corn this year. It is officially announced that the government has not yet contemplated issning a decree totally prohibiting Jthe export of grain from Russia, but the partial failure of the crop demands that provision be made for the people living in the distressed provinces, and consequently the export of grain from those provinces will be restricted by the authorities. Capsized and Drowned. Boston, August 10. By the capsizing of a yacht in Dorchester bay yesterday afternoon, J. M. Burke, Thaddeus Man-thoNellie Burke, aged 11, James Burke, aged 8, and Thomas and Annie Carnody, nephew and neice of Burke, aged 11 and 15, were drowned. Two men and one child who were also in the boat escaped. All the parties lived in South n, Boston. Milwaukee, Wis., August 10. At Lake Pewaukee, twenty miles from here yesterday, Albert and Emma Barth, Martha Kimbling and Cora Seigler were drowned by the capsizing of a small sail boat in which they with three others were sailing. The drowned are children of prominent Milwaukee business men. Their ages range from 15 to 20 years. Astorih, Ore., August 10. Mrs. Parker, wife of T, M. Parker, proprietor of the Morning Astorian, was drowned at Clatsat Beach yesterday afternoon while bathing. The body has not been recovered. Blaine for President. Chibao, August 10. A Washington special says a man who talked with Conger, of Ohio, is authority for the statement that Blaine, bis health permitting, will be in the hands of his friends when the nominating convention meets in 181)2. He says: "Conger broached the sulject to Blaine, who seemed rather indisposed to talk about it at all. Conger dwelt nt length upon the steadfastness of Blaine's friends, recalled the numerous instances of their faithful adherence to him under any and all circumstances and said that his (Blaine's) friends ought to have something to say. Republicans generally wished to see him president and a victory with any other man as the nominee was uncertain. "Blaine showed groat feeling when Conger dialated upon the faithful ser vices of his friends and said he had every disposition to serve them and the republican party too, and would not now decline the nomination in advance. Whether he told Conger direct that he would take the nomination, I do not know, but this much I can say, namely, that Conger says Blaine will accept it and so believe all of Blaine's friends." Coriffrens of Hygiene. London, August 10. The seventeenth annual Bession of the International con- - frui epidt-mi-e 1 1 a. lJ t V"! Loan 14 n Trnst to f.rrv disuse A W a Segro in Her Bcdrhauiber and Kills Him With a Kevolver. hit Woman Finds try to eouLtry. wiil be widely di6cudind pa; en will be read on the means of eorjfernrg immunity from bacteriological affec tiooa. The subject of rabiei will alo Chica(.o, Aug. 10. Alfred Downing, receive cluee attention. presided, and N. S. Tollman, of the National Capital Savings, JSTD VOLCANOES. duilJiCg and Loan Association of North America, w as arrested today by l of the EariliuuaU iu rice Inspector Stuart.charged with usingis More It mai'.a for fraudulent SoutiM-rCalifornia. tl.a men who have been eon- have swindled Ym a. A- - T, August 10- .- Reports coo ductm the tinue o'tuing from the earthquake re thousands of ieoii!e from every state in gion. I wo Uocfipan lQtiians oi a urioe the Union, and have taken in 200,00 to 10 that live near iLere arrived here jester Ki."jiMM irivimr not hint! in return. arly tima uere found in ail classes of people. day. They tell a thrilling story. Thursday "morning hundreds of mud From the facts already in possesion of volcano;, thirty miles off, burst into !h authorities their scheme well paral violent eruDtious. The air grew so lelled that of the great fund swindle dense that many infants were suffocated. which was broken uu about rive years Finally a violent thunderstorm cleared ago. There are still two men at liberty, the air. only to 6how a Haul wave ap having disappeared several weeks ago, The waters rose radidly, and it is believed got away with most of proaching. drowning stock, ruining the grain fields the funds. For more than six months and driving the inhabitants to the top letters have been received from all part of the Capitol mesa. The earthquakes of the country by poetoflice and city then began their force, and threw every- authorities protesting that the company one down, injuring many. The fright- ttaa nut uhat it was renresented to be; ened Indians tied wildly up the river, that it was collecting money and making two reaching here, the others dropping no loans. Inspector Stuart has been exhausted along the route. Others re- wort in? on the case tor four months. d th oonoern had agents port the tidal wave was fully 100 feet high, and that a river of a bluish purple nverv state in the union w ho were sell flame was flowing into the Colorado ing the 20,000,000 of stock the company river. This was undoubtedly from the had for sale. These agents sent circuSulphur mountains, Vet on fire by the lars and document showing tbe associaWhen Instiector Residences and valuable tion to be eruption. buildings on tbe ranch of Charlestown Stuart took charge of the case Lewis F. were leveled by the earthquake. Mnrtimor. general manatrer and secre tary, was apparently the responsible man and handled the cash received in Foreign Labor Seeded. Stuart vis lortra nmnnnis everv dav. Sec10. Acting Washington, August ,l office frequently ited the company's a letter retary Nettleton has received q letter carrier in order to ee- from President Neidringhaus, president Several weeks ago Mor rA AV i.lenca. of the St. Louis Stamping company, re- in and today, having timer disappeared, plying to Secretary Fosters recent let- waited in vain for his return, Stuart de ter relating to the employmentof foreign the other visible mem skilled labor for the tin plate industry. rided to secure Mr. Niedringbaus claims that for the bers of theO.combination. fianrB Ferffuson. of Lincoln, Neb. successful operation of this industry it rpnrAAAnt.inir about sixty victims in hifl skilled of a number is necessary to have summoned was here; with his as citv. conas busines laborers fresh from the evidence was comeistance the necessary ducted in Europe today. Tbe foreign Three young made. arrests and labor needed, he says, w ill not amount pleted taken into custody as to ten per cent of the whole number em- lady clerks were witnesses. Mr. Fergusoo, in an interployed. This sort of help cannot be ob- view said: "The association was repretained in the home market sented in Lincoln by a local firm acting Nebraska people are in trood faith. Wheat Market. andiloan very much in favor of building rm a il ( . coo Chicaoo, August 10. Wheat is associations, ana the oners oi xnm "sold nervous. Opening wild prices cern were snapped up quickly. It with tuSfrthjr-paymentover Satur- shares under to being from for ninety-si- x months of 111.05. day's closing figures, varying in different parts. The crowd then eased off, At the end of that time a 11,000 loan but again rallied to tbe outside figures would be paid for; then there was a became eus er, prices declining ruled ir- "membership" fee, $30; appraisement 20; 145 for three months, regular, and the closing was higher for fee, higher for September, August, payment in advance thus making higher for December than the closing 895. The concern made one $509 loan figures of Saturday. Receipts 1,71X5,000, that was genuine and this was just, shipments 2,101,000. enough bait to induce others to invest, and hundreds sent money to Chicago Captured by Brigands. expecting to make b contract for a home. Stores were let and building begun. The Constantinople, August 10. The money never came, and we wrote to ChiFrencha Brigands recently captured was the trouble. Fiman named Raymond, who conducted cago to learn what of the Wesleyan a farm near Tcbereskoi, and his overseer, nally Professor Ellwood, was a heavy investor, who University, Rullio to the Ituflic. named They sent Manacame to Chicago to investigate. French embassador here, Count Monte-bellto be such a tine seemed Mortimer ger with letter staling that unless business man and gave such assurances they received 823,000 they would shoot that loans would be forthcoming, that Raymond. Count Montebello demanded Ellwood went back satisfied, but the of the Sultan that Raymond be protecmoney never came, and finally I laid the ted and released. case before the postoffice authorities. Inspector Stewart and District Attorney A Test Case. Milchiist went over the concerns books New York, August 10. Assistant and found that seventeen legitimate District Attorney Evarts today appeared loans had been made in as many differbefore Commissioner Fields to prepare ent etatts. These, it would seem, for the opening of a test case, involving were made to allure other investors. the question of transmitting through Inspector Stuart said he was well satthe mails of this country foreign news- isfied that both the president and vice papers containing lottery advertise-ment- president are not so innocent as they erc. The case tried is that of pretend. "Both got badly bitten," said Edward II. Horner, who was arrested in he; "but both were in the deal and both Springtield, 111., January last at the in- knew all about the swindling going on. stance of Postmaster General Wana-make- They didn't got much of the money. Mortimer getting the bulk of it, and I haven't the least doubt he got away with Fatal Explosion. $150,000. If ever there was a slick man St. Louis, August 10. By the explo- it was Mortimer. I have gone to his sion of a steam pipe on the steamer office time and again disguised as a and seen him sign hundreds Idlewild last night as the boat was Hearing St. Genenieve, two colored firemen of fat registered letters containing large were blown to atoms, and two deck amounts of money, and he smiled sweetly hands, Charles Adams and Marshall every time the letters came in. He is a A clever talker and smooth man generally, Carter, probably fatally injured. colored passenger was also seriously and would convince almost anyone who injured. The cause of the explosion is talked with him rive minutes that he was the squarest business man on earth." unknown. Downing acd Tollman were held in Failed. 2.000 bonds each by Commissioner Boston, August 16. The failure of Hoyne. Both had lawyers on hand, and the Glenion company, a firm interested Tollman was quickly bailed out. Downin lumber, was announced this after- ing was unable to secure bondsmen and noon. The official statement last March spent the night in the custody of the was: Debts $210,000, nominal assets deputy marshal. One of the attorneys for the men said there was no doubt the H32.000. Supposed figures in connecto rotten was the tion with failure will be less encouraging. concern core, but he believed Downing and Tollman simply victims of Mortimer's guile. Visible Wheat Supply. New York, August 10. The visible They were not "in it." Both alleged never received more than a small supply of grain in the United States and they Canada this side of the Rocky moun- salary out of the affair. Downing "Mortimer got it all. We tains, August 10, "91 was: wheat 17,954,-03- 4 added: in what I believed to be an honbushels; corn 3,800,a37 bushels; oats started Increase: wheat 1.185,931; est building and loan business. I be2,103.441. lieved Mortimer to be an honest man, as oats 30,840. Decrease: corn 72,910. I had known him in the insurance busi ness number of years previous Downing, Raster's Remain''. refused to who came here from New Y'ork, August 10. The remains talk further about the Peoria, work of the assoof Herman Raster, formerly editor of the dressed ciation. He is a rather Illinois Staats Zeitung, reached here man and does not look aspoorly he had though this evening on the Bremen steamer been sharing enormous profits. Eider. Funeral services will be held Tollman, on the contrary, here tomorrow from the rooms of the looks prosperous, although extremely German PresB Club of this city. asserting he made nothing from the as sociation, He says he is an artist and Their Standing-- . Mortimer, who was a friend, asked perChicago, August 10. The standing mission to use his name as an incorporaand per centaje of the National and tor. He consented, receiving no money. Amorican clubs' lengue is: Chicago, 59G, He added that several weeks ago he and New York. 580; Boston, 570; PhiladelDowning decided to send out circulars phia, 506; Brooklyn, 488; Cleveland. 4G7; to stockholders to "see if some settlement couldn't be reached." They were Pittsburg; 402; Cincinnati, 400. ii lH-ri- iurix. gilt-edge- dis-iiia- m ;cg itu.tti when rmUn d- kter inn Tr f Le OTK LAMER of t-l rt-x- -r s bks mnel . a. for150-tentreA6h- f, r. letter-- carrier Vice-preside- t'iii den Nrtnh at - no-me- d Eebels Tunished. Simla, August 10. The Marquis of Landsdowne, viceroy of India, has ren dered a decision on appeal of the Mani- who were condemned to pur deathprinces for the part they took in the mas sacre ot Uhiet Commissioner Ouinton, Political Agent Grimwood and other British officers at Manipur in March last The technical charge of which they were convicted was that they had waged war against the queen and abetted mur der. Ihe accused were tried by a mili tary court or luquiry. Ihe sentences of Senaputtv, brother of the recent of Man ipur and commander in chief of the Mar-,iparmy, and Tongal General, who gave the order for the massacre, has been confirmed by the viceroy, and they J n the cases of the re will be executed. gent and Prince Anango Sena the vice roy has commuted the sentences of death to transportation for life and the forfeit' ure of their property. Several Manipurs a to Ittrr mur jt-r-i July. Etfrj H"rklijeu Jr xrulv j: aj j-- ii - 1 t l.'tf sutuc1 U nt le L J a ii.ai .I!aUy I. r. aid bruUi'y ut.aon ltir paj-tt-f- L;r.g for the twe trai gers wl. j cr nr.g and ite frry witn ' it Lm Ive-eountry- thot hhrr.J Foi-r"warded tiy an early s ui& Few people have an ilea cf the cum- ber of prom inert who are coming to and g.i g from OgJen. A wk agoa ru:ner far the Omaha frtockyarJs was here, l.xAicg up point. A couple of days b' Mr. W. S. Tough who is a capital fvli.j iu spite of las hard tame, was here and htaid two or thre days. He is the wealthy m.infigtr of the stockyards at K inaas Citv. Mol. and he was thoroughly pleaded w ith . as a lie shvb this is the place to ojerata that kind of business iu this He t.lok four . ara of small horses out of here for sale in the Southern state. Ogden will meet or. lough again, and with pleasure. Mr. Fred Fisher.a man who has xten- sive ranches at Wo-h- I River, Nebraska, and Green River, Wyoming, was here yesterday and several davg previous. He uia quite busiuet in horses while here, and is the right kind of men to have around. He is business. ST. LOl lS, too. Mr. Trecklee, a big horse man of was here a few dava ago, too And so they come and go, liorse, cattle, shep and general stock men. and most of them handle here from one car to a train of cars of stock. 4 llVslube LojJ wUl be reeapturiof the fugi- egorl PLATE GLASS et.K-ktue- Og-de- t it-f- by oKiie srr-- i Wood Pay, Lnyiiiir, SLippiur Animal. the Haw SaterLil Xeedfd i It Found Sear OffJeBW. For Siime time past Chairman I). I.1 Jones of the committee on macufac r uf Commerce has turers of the Chii All Matinftu-tur- V i.i-- been patiently- searching the vicinity of Ogden fur the raw materials utej in tha n stock-secter- res-io- stocktakim too small. g - Shot by a Woman. Tex., August 10. morning Jennie Anderson, who lives BUCil AXON'S FATE. alone, was startled by the appearance of a negro in her She snatched a revolver from a bureau A Man Who Lived Near Ogden Years drawer, but in her excitement shot herAgo Murdered for His Cash. self through the fleshy part of the Some woman and ran Tbe the days ago our columns contained thigh. negro fired at him, the third' shot passing a brief account of the disappearance of through his heart and killing him. He Ben Buchanon from his ranch, near was a worthless fellow and could have hud no good purpose in the woman's Price, Utah. "Ben," as he was familiarly room. called, was at one time a resident of Ogden for a short period, and still later THE DEAL IS CLOSED. he lived in Utah county. Although The Control of the Short Line De- - somewhat of a recluse, and his haunts somewhat miserly, he was an honest and terniined. industrious man. Sioux City Times: When the United It appears the crime was committed States marshal sells the Pacific Short for money, as he was supposed to have Line at receiver's sale, on the steps of considerable of it hid about his house or the government building in Omaha, Sep buried in his ranch somewhere, and by clever hands, as no trace of blood was tember 1, he will say: "Going, going, gone to A. S. Garret-son.- " found anywhere, and had the murderers taken pains to have buried their victim Since returning from New York Mr. deeper the fate of Pen Buchanon would Garretson has refused to talk to news- still be unknown. The first clue to his disappearance paper men regarding the work he accomplished during his long stay in the me- was discovered by neighbors-- on August tropolis. This is evidence that Mr. Gar- 4th, passing his ranch and seeing cattle retson accomplished something. grazing on his hay had began to make But emanating from a source no less inquiry as to his whereabout, but to reliable than Mr. Garretson himself, the their surprise they found Mr. Buchanon Times learns facts which will make and his team were missing. Search was made through the cannons at once, as it every Sioux City man feel good. Mr. Garretson. working in connection was thought he had gone there for posts with President Hill, of tbe Great North- and had met with some accident, but all ern, has gathered up enough cf the to no effect. A young man residing near Cedar bonds of the Short Line to make it almost a certainty that he will bid in switch, hearing of the affair, reported the line. The line is to he operated in that on or about the 17th of July he had connection with the Sioux City & North- seen Buchanon's team about twenty ern and Great Northern. This will be miles below Price, being driven by two of great benefit to Sioux City, as the line strangers, one a smooth faced, active will occupy its true position as a feeder young Dane, the other a middle aged for all the eastern lines and divide its man with a sandy goatee. They were seen to cross the ferry. business equally among them. This aroused a suspicion that someThere is no longer reason to doubt the final disposition of the Pacific Short thing was wrong, and two brothers, Line. William and Frank Warren began diliA gent search at once near his house. A Severe Storm. disagreeable smell in a email ravine caused Lton. la., August 10 A severe storm, about ten roils from the house when it to look in that direction, lasting an hour ;id a half, struck Leon them and Decatur county yesterday. The was discovered that a few greasewood had been up in a narrow opera house and school house were up- bushes which waspiled about eight feet deep, rooted and one house completely demol ravine, ished. Fences, outhouses, sidewalks under which was a pile of loose dirt. and tree were broken and blown away. They were soon convinced that some-thiL- g was buried there, as the flies and At Davis City 8,000 people were attendinsects were crawling out and in the ing a camp meeting. Two large trees the ttrucK the tabernacle, crushing it to dirt. Early on the morning of the 6th, the ground and demolishing seats and the jury, with a number of spectators, stands. The alarm was given in time, were on the spot, accompanied by Sheriff Fowler, of Provo, who had been sent for. however, and all escaped. Steps were at once taken to remove the loose dirt, when a most sickening The Emperor Well. met the eyes of all which can never Berlin, August 10 The Cologne sight Under about a foot of Gazette reasserts that Emperor William be forgotten. found three of his dogs and is in the best of health, and adds that dirt were was found the body of Ben he now uses his leg easily and will be under themin a decayed condition. The :ible to dispense with the doctor after Buchanan body was lifted from the gutter and exa few short sea trips. amined by the jury. The fracture was found ou the left side ot the face, part He Downs the Champion. of the cheek bone being broken and also side. An Newport, R, I., August 10 Tom Tet-ti- some of tbe teeth on the same the American court tennis champion, empty pocket book and a bunch of lettoday beat Boakes, the champion of ters were found buried at his feet. His Canada, in three straight sets. Boakes gun was still in the house with an :eived odds in the game. empty shell in it. The team and wagon r. 1. .. U-- c '"!.-the sj:ieou;r,t was h.',r han the ITih of July pstsicg Tboc ysoa S r i g aiJ all trace tfem U ip jsaata !r at the murderer Lav4; got Luto the jiu Galveston, at-- TRADE IS iN MOIIT. ai.oi.' And this calls up another point. The stockyards here onlv accommodate about 400 animals in a comfortable manner, while there is not a doubt that if they were enlarged to a capacity of 2,000 head, that a large business would grow up at this natural center very soon. All those leading stockmen say so. Some of them are anxious to have larger and better facilities provided here as soon as possible for their own operations. thet would make business. Large eliinments would raime through here and lay over, to rest, or m wild Farmers and small dealers could sell one or many animals here and buyers, know-inthis to be a center where such deals could be made, would come here to get a Buppiy. ihuB a very important busi nees would soon spring up. Messrs. Corey Brothers handle the 4A- k wen jor smau opportune1" ties, uui couia do very much better with enlarged arrangements. Thev feel sure a big business "will grow up here if This properly encouraged. arttcre4i n . on or aUut the tii.U.e pirt; On re. 1 PrOiniUfUt it bachaL9 wvre A DIG o.e ii: the caiM-i- . The jury ur Isoiliftietiifrtlltlri th ready been executed. ,1 i.d t n W-- r. but-iue- 4 : PRICE FIVE CENTS. r-- 1 that since - 1 f is vf:.e au-ou- HIE INDIAN KEIiELS SWING country to counThe subject uf tubercu-li-- i V j is of acr other k'ins rulJ be fotiEi, aitUL.i:h the aLow from hundrtJ Biooey has Ua w pla.-eof peopl m here a swile loan ha bees pia d. A rourh e'.io.a'. of is tl7.".i in the year aaj a i,;f the aafviaVun Las been how the a& in esiMeaie. The t ti vt la all the but the c-;io Omaha, M. .;?iv. Portland. Ore.. IVcvrr. D OiM:pia, San Francisco, and (!.!iVi, MiOneajMiis. 1 Lee a'nt8 transmitted buod'txls of dollars dai!v in cheques. drafle, laoney orders and rti.'itered M- I nta within a few months, it is said, the coisi ero did a heavy in lhila lelpl.ia, but it apjx-ar- s the authori'ies there mad inqmrice which reeuiieu io the manager leanug. ben the association whs organized, February 21. lfJ Alfred the otlicer were N. B. Tollman, iViwcing, president; tic Lea in. F. Mortimer, secreaud general u.auager Mortimer be to tary. the lea litg iu the enterprise and (tonce lucorj orated the concern with a capital of f 20,OUy W. He was a good manager and soon had mouev flowing in at a rapid rate. Everything went mootiy uttil the closing of the Phila delphia branch, when Mortimer came bacs here and began gambling w ith his business asvociates. Finally he ousted Downing, electing one F. A". Wenworth president. Downing tbreatened'trouble and aiortimer, saying his sou was very ill' in Philadelphia, left suddenly and has not been seen since. It is said be took about M,Oi0 that the association had in a bauk here, leavins 5.000 which Downing had tied up by an injunction. Mortimer was last heard of July 10 in rew jorK city. Downinc and lollman both admitted that enormous sums had been taken in but asserted he knew nothing as to what had been done w ith it. o tai'..r DROWNED. Ieusfcitg tLe ttd. T.liiiHc .aiiji' jf rcCLUiebt liwy&trti were Prof. Psieur, of Pari?, and Prof. Kirch, of Berlin. The on Prmc of Wtltc difX"urd Wroe-ityirrse in the ojer.:cg &ddrt aud w loudly thettrd. Ac injOietise of paiier are to be read, and trie I ti n i4 f .reigcere who have pnKui!-- i U. t epeak or read is eucb a to ti e cut re will, in the fu!'et-- t - , t..i iiiVrE.tiocal. Amo'.g n.a:.v siib.evl w the geiieral quMl ju i f lie Must tl isi fIVy CrYd js;? a 0:'s ri Al'DACIOL'S SIVINULEIIS Ttie y America i.efcfcs OGDEN, UTAH. TUESDAY MOKX1XG. AUGUST 11, 1691. VOLUME V. NUMBER 112. jr tJ hU 3 - ' niauufacture of plate glass. Success has at last crowned his tlforts and Le ia now able to announce that lie has found everything required for that purpose in this immediate vicinity. Mr. Jones ha also been in correwmdeac with prac-practical plate glata manufacturers cif the east and fouud skilled workmen ready to come out here and open a glaae factory providing they ar offered sufficient inducements. The sand discovered he and proven tit for the manufacture of tilate elua contains kioleum and magnesia in suf ficient quantities t make its extraction profitable where water in sufficient quantities can be obtained. Chairman Jones Las also located a large deposit of the tineet tire clay or kioleum in this vicinity, specimen of which he has in bis office on Twenty- fifth streeL He also has there a earn pi a of fine marble taken from tbe mountains near Bngham City. A SUDDEN DEATH. John Welch Fell Dead on the Street Yesterday. Yesterday afternoon about 1 o'clock a roan fell down on the walk in front of the Vienna bakery, on Twenty-fourth street, and almost immediately expired. He was recognized as John Welch, a man about 55 years old and probably of Irish nationality. He had been working-fo- r the Union depot company for about, ten months, sweeping the platform. He quit a week ago and had been drinking: heavily since. iiib oouy was uiaen io iucney iiroa, undertaking rooms, where the city phyg-icia- n gave as the cause of death, bearfc t .. failure. J:.cauire ts. 1 ernes con(luii an in- - i..t i. tu as a verdict . V.". :3 ft.- ,j. that tbe cause of death was -- . - Incorporated. Articles of incorporation of the Ogderr Mining company were filed yesterday with the county clerk of Weber county. The incorporators were Wm. D. Gulick, Uharles J. A. Liindqiiist, Fred II. Huff, Eli E. Moore, John D. Gill, all of Weber county, and Julius R. B. Coon, of Butte, Montana. The duration of the incorporation is to be fifty years and the capital stock. SoOO.OOO, divided into shares of SI each. Each of th.e incorporators takes 1G.64GX . shares. The officers of the company D. Gill, president; C. J. A. Lind-quis- t, Wm. D. Gulick. secretary and treasurer. The principal place of business of the incorporation is Ogden, Utah. are-Jno- AX AMERICAS l'KOGKAM. , 4 t, uouniy jiera: jueawioge issuea two marriage licenses yesterday as follows To Mr. Ed. M. Conroy and Miss Bertie A. Hassell, ooth of Ogden. To Mr. Henrv W. Weiler And .lCfio Kate Breiden, both of Murray, Ttah. i Receive Badges; Yesterday Chief Rhoder received some neat badges for the volunteer fire de partment of five points. I They are neatly engraved with the out line of a fireman in full dress enciVcled with the words "Fire Departmenll'' New Hose WaLon. The new hose wagon ami aerial truck lately ordered for the firew department will not be here yet for two months but the 1,000 feet of new hose just received will be of great advantage to our department in case of any serious fire. Excursionists, l'esterday morning three Pullman cars of excursionists arrived in Ogdeu from Boston. They spent the day here and many of them visited Ogden canon and other places of interest Last even- ing they left for the Pacific coast. I . " . heart failure. If the deceased had any relatives in this country that fact was not learned up to a late hour yesterday. The body will be held today with a view of getting any possible information about friends. The Methodist Ladies Will Enterlniii This Eveniug;. The ladies will give an "American' program at the Methodist church tonight. The entertainment will open with representative articles from American authors, and this part of the attraction will doubtless be very pleasing. One feature will include reading, music and shadow pictures. After the literary program ice cream and cake will be served without additional charge. Ad mission, 20 cents. To be Married. ',"