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TRANSVAAL RAID REPORT. "AMERICAN EAGLE. Tf VL A. WIUJAMON. UTAH XFAV3. il.a, p:irC Lai fceverr I'orl tne. Rriyadier-OcnKa- old boy wi v hh ysHg t':s, l (imiullim 1. in Pht-lp- fcund ft rmmandini? the department ot Colorado and Sladin ur Ht Fort puehcue. tJeneul Otis is inspecting the garrison. - A.de-de-t'aii- A heavy responsibility, according tj the report, remains with lihodes, despite the fact that at the last moment Covirnor Wells received prompt ntiiv fnniiMr. Johfc Horn, by wire invaded the Transvaal Dr. Jameson without Rhode's direct sanction. fmiiii VHViT. of tilt aeleotlOlJ of The gravity of Rhodes' transaction Lake City for neit year's gold mine ' is weightily expressed by the conmit-tee- , convention. who find "that he seriously em An attempt wu nuidj to wreck, barrassed both the Imperial and Colo rhristiau Endeavor train m ar Wad nial governments; that the proceedworth h week. A pil of tin w ings resulted in an astounding breach found ot-- the track near a curve, then of international comity; that he n til- being ar. embankment thirty feethigl inter1 - 111 ll.--Th- ; ized his position and the great the poit. Search reve tied a mar ests he controlled to assist and suphidden if culvert, who was capture! revolution ;'iid deceived the High and turrtd over to Nevada officers. port Commissioner, as well us concealed hit probably the motive. Hohhery view from the. members of the Colonial The Lnav lioririeville Water ami ministry and directors of the chartered Power coi ipany lias made application company. to the sta! land hoard for the he reMiOIL DISCOVERY. in "'"res t.f land lation f sucIn Oil an. Cial to Said to Thar llard count . The company has Alimkit. la Wnrhl tlit. location Supply ceeded to t' t good will and Three Seattle, Wa;,h., July lb What in of the l.ea pington company. said i to be the greatest oil discovery ami Juab Millard county reservoirs a : ever with made is reported irorn a lasKii. ihtrueted. storage will he L'tlO.OOO Some to waUr gold prospectors several months wpacity suleieut across what seemed to he a raa ago fccrck. of board oil. lake The lake was fed by innu has appointed The state 'nd select W Jton its agent te merable, springs, and tho surrounding goretary Lake the were full of coal. They mountains far lands by tie applied Bonneville Witer anil Power company, brought samples to Seattle and test) la accordance with the law the board proved it to be of as high grade as any klao appointed Engineer O. R. Young ever taken out the Pennsylvania wells. tta agent to aiake allidavit that tho A local company was formed anil exload to be se.'ected arc perts sent up. They have returned on In the steamer Topeka, and their report character. dMTt ud has more than borne out the first re ha. which The Deep Creek railroad, It is said there is enough oil in it at tov ports. last, years, agitated . in the discovery to supply the coal and construct-dbe to in a fair way fcppears, world. I e tails hafe been arranged, and It is close to the ocean, in fact, the it is expected work will be commenced experts say that the oil oozes out into in August. - The line will be an exten-ffloof the Orefon Short Line from the salt water. It is said that thu JfesTintic branch. Papers have, beeo Standard Oil company has already ferwurded to Hoatou for inspection by made an offer for the property. The owners have filed on 8,000 acres tie Oregon Short Line people there. are naturally very much excited and Miss Lottie Levy, the talented Sail over their prospective fortune. London has reached Lake soprano, musical stu to her WESTERN INVENTORS. settled down and the ocean dies. On the trip Ponple From I tuh, Jilaho, Montana and concert was given in aid of the Liver v(la (iranteit I'atentn. pool Mariners' Home, and Miss Levy Washington, July 14. Patents have was the star. Sim sang "He Was been issued as follows: Utah William Prince," and for an encore gave th bright, assignee of f to W. II amgshe made familiar here, "It Don't Schock, oven thermometer; John 1, Bee in Like the Same Old Smile." Fleming, l'risco, steamboiler; Angus Charles Lurscn ha been arrested o McKellar, Salt Lake, concentrator and the charge of an alijped outrage com- amalgamator; Lcmert C. Vanvoorhics Druisilla Salt Lake City, duplex penholder mitted upon Darling, the daughter of Aaron Darl- William P. O'Meara, Salt Lake mark for baking powder. ing of Oreenville, Cache county. Th little girl ami her three companion IdahoCarl Roscuhold and J. W were in search of Mowers ami Carlvon, Wardner, bicycle bell. and passed near by where Montana Charles O. Anderson Larsen whs mowing hay. Larsen left llutte, ice velocipede: Hyron Markham bis mowing machine and came over to Helena, bolster plates; Lawrence K tlie children and assaulted the little neviin, Haver, eJeetno railway sy.s Ifirl. The other chlU'ren run for help tern. when they saw Larsen drugging the Nevada CI in ton L. Rancroft.llrown's little girl into a growth of sweet clo Toting machine. ver. Larsen went to the home of tlx Pensions were granted as follows child, after it was all o?cr with. and Wyoming Charles W. Turn in, Viola pleaded with the moth r not to ban reissue; Clara N. ltlaukc, Laramie him prosecuted and cri.il like a child, original, widow. Idaho William I. Stuart, Forest stating that he had u wife and tor. children to support, and would make it Charles II. Ilnhbell, Koise, original Nevada lVtcr T. Kaufman, Lurcka right if she would let hint off. Larsoi S'.'.OOO nnd in defanl under placed ias original. M. wasconunitted to jail. 11 5 is 15 your,. P.urn was appointed post. Ud and lives in Logan Third ward, master at nyanUara, Wyoming, vice i.arscn's wife has denom.oed him and C. C. T. Thompsons, resigned. refused to iro on his lionem, as tnis is Ixpaii Not In It. the third case of the kind I gainst him Washington. I" July 14. Senator Dav Mis. llebcr M. Wells, wife of chairman of is, the committee on for S'l.h inst. Vlu Wells, died on the in speaking of the relations, eign wid was not .unexpected, an Mrs. Wells uii Japan-Haeout roversy said: '"lt is tad been quite sick for no.rly a year time was made to that hijjb Japan month. jnd dangerously so for the she is that no voice in have to re:ie o ( I'erosa law son was the diaghtcr the annexation The best way matter. I .hub IS. an Clawsou .Marjjtret jl. to put an end to the controversy would sbt a fiawson. When young firl, hr to proiiiji'tv ratify- the treaty, but a as distinctively u belle, and was nota-ai1 do not hel-sthat Japan will at viva-ttyShe V r.. m't a as bom in Salt Lat heri she h:u tempt liny rry aggressive action knowing as she must, that the I'nitcd resided up to her death. States fully determined to nnnex the The state board of horticulture reislands and the hoisting of the Atne of ject ivoly invites the fruit growers can ihig over the islands at once I'tah to communicate ,ith the secre- whether the treaty is rati tied or not tary of the board, .1. A. Wright of Senator Cnlloni of Illinois of the giving their opinions, based upon commuiee on loretgn nllairs, sunt, in fxperience. as to the most profitable speakin,- - of the matter: "The annex varieties of fruits for commercial puration of Hawaii is our affair, and we poses, taking into account the follow. do not or any propose to have Ing points, vi: hur.linoss of tree or other nation dictate toJapan us we what plant, size and color of fruit, Amines ahall do. We will annex the island It 5n shipping and keeping qualities. in our own time and in our own way vs the desire of the state board to issue regardless of w hat Japan may say. at an early date a list of fruits to be see no reason to fear trouble in any a compll for I' tah, would have nothing tc wftn this rt'iuct will greatly uid way. Japan and might lose by Interference, gam fA Hie matter. grtat deal Ht H 'as 1 I I i non-miner- iea n hoi-oh- one-hal- City-trad- oat-tails- I r lst - e ri . Og-ile- n. a j ' i con-du- ,kia1'' EGAN WAS DRUCGED. Phoenix, .r'.July II. John F. and McMillan Make a Foil Cofr. James and ILm R k" liave returned nittu. .Mexi- ar the m from the uWrt region Salt Lake, July 1. John Egan. Krt'at a sluIT can border, hring-lifeless whose body was found behind suffering ami of success in the discov- the Walker house, died from the effects ery of the fam,.iisi'alifornia mine, one of an over dose of morphine adminisloht lllili',s of the most famous of a blacksmith Charles tered Phelps, by south of the southwest. The mine lies of the and bartender McMii.an. Jesse of Sentinel sta'k'D- 011 tlie s,,utl,tril obwas saloon. the Senate Robbery Pacific, distant a?,,,ut eighty miles, in 4 and a w atch were taand w gold aterject, a region that appears absolutely less. For ten days the men were com- ken. Loth Phelps and McMillan made confessions which differed but little, pelled to live bv drinking the bitter root of the eaetus. The men are terri- ami were brought about by the unexwho bly broken through their sufferings on pected appearance of a witness was in the saloon nearly all night the blazing desert. They could stay and saw the men together. Phelps but a the mine, at short time only and wrought back samples of gold specked admits serving tlie doped beer McMillan be told the bartender, ore, taken from the bottom of the says hhaft, where vet were the tools left by to "put some of that stuff in," meanthe miners of 3d rears ago. They will ing morphine. outfit and return well prepared, as soon McMillan denies having put the moras they regain strengthphine in, but knew it was being administered. The King f siaiu V N! Come. It took three glasses to produce stuof king Washington. Julv After the robery, and while Siam is not to honor the I'nitcd States por. was still alive, he was carried had Kgan by his presence this summer. It out of the saloon and deposited where ma been expected that his imperial found was the the of body by I "helps and jesty, who is now on a tour one because Skewes, Egan was Hobby world, would come to the I'nitcd States from London where he has been at- - snoring too loudly. The bruises on the temple of the tending the. queen's jubilee, The Siamese minister of foreign affairs has dead man proved to be only superfijust advised the state department, cial and of no consequence, and were however, that lis august sovereign will probably caused by dropping the return to Siain bv another route. The body. An examination of Egan's stomach minister said that the king would is anat States I'nitcd being made and the coroner's invisit the probably quest was adjourned to wait a stateother time. It is said that the main reason why ment from the physicians in charge of the examination. the ruler of the laud of the White The officials are stirred by the crime changed his plans was because of his failure to receive a formal. invi and the most rigid regulations regulattation to visit this country from the saloons will be adopted and a caming government. paign of extermination will be begun Currency luiimlssloii. against suspicious characters. Washington, July 14. Representa TO KEEP A GRIP ON HAWAII. tive Hcatwole of Minnesota, who is in the present congress, introduced a bill Any Aggressive Intrr'erence by Japan 'V11J KfRiilt in the I aiiding of Marine. for a currency commission, has been com of consulting with members the Washington, July 13. The adminisof on mittee, rules and other leaders tration has taken steps to keep its the house as to a special order for con- grip on Hawaii. Any aggressive intersidering a bill in case a commission ference on the part of Japan will reshould be recommended by the presi sult in the landing of marines and the dent. The lateness of the session and hoisting of the American flag with oi the poor prospect of any action in tho without the ratification of the pending V ian South African commission that has been inquiring int the Transvaal raid The rehas ugreed upon his report. port espressos an emphatic, opinion that whatever justification there might have been for action on the part of the people of Johannesburg, there was none whatever for Cecil Rhode's in subsidizing, organizing and stimulating an armed insurrection. Truns-vaaiagainst the ovei ument of the UTAH. Kce, the ir e e Kle-pha- nt senate do not, Mr. Hcatwole thinks, give much encouragement for believing that any financial plan w ill be considered in the house until next session. The feelinc! the house seems to be Limt u uie lurin oiu is oui or me way little or no other business w ill be trans acted ut this session. l'ardon St.. HERMANS Mm - I.ndon, July It. The parliamentar- MURRAY. xl41o ' The Inquiry The Taul, July KefuntMl. 14. After an extended hearing on the petition for the pardon of Cole and Jim Younger, members of the Missouri outlaw ba ml who raided a bank at Northfield, Minn., in 1S7C, the state board of pardons, consisting of the governor, attorney-genera- l and chief ustice, jhave refused to grant the request, declaring their belief that the Voungcrs should complete their term of life imprisonment. Several previous attempts have been made to secure pardons for the Young-ers- . tiov. Pillsbury refused to pardon tlieni sixteen years ago, and eight years ago (!ov. Merriam followed his example, both declaring that they believed the ends of justice would be better served by keeping the Y'oungers con fined. Situation on Cama I'r ilrie. Hoise, Ida., July 14. When Indian Agent Irw in made his report that there were only forty-twIndians on Camas Prairie, and that they were of a per fectly harmless class, Governor Steu-neberg wrote to some of those set tlers who had petitioned-Vim- , asking them what it mean', as -- J could not afford to be imposed upon. The governor has some letters in response to his eoininunication. the writers asserting their former statements. These letters narrated that o AGAIN. Minister Murderer In Curtodj in Canada. Salt Lake, July 13. Francis Her- The Salt l.ak mans, the Swedish minister, who is charged with wholesale murder and seduction, his last victims being tw o Salt Lake girls, is Wlieved to be under arrest at Eganville, Canada. For more than a month he has been under and the identification appears to le o complete and positive that the officials are very hopeful of having the right man. The man arrested was preaching the , gospel a few miles out from Eagan-villeat a secluded county settlement. Deputy Sheriff Human Cannon lias gone after the man with papers ready for extradition. Rev. Francis Hermans is wanted here for atrocious crimes, whose details stand out vividly iu the minds of all He is charged newspaper readers. with the murder of Henrietta Clausen, his housekeeper and supposed mistress, and is under indictment for that offense. Vestiges of Miss Clausen's remains were found in the furnace under the Scandinavian church, and it is believed that Hermans not only murdered, but subsequently cremated her body. The murder of Miss Clausen is not the only offense of which the Circumis believed guilty. stances developed at the time of his disappearance from this city in May, 18, proved conclusively that he had ruined another member of his flock, Annie He is: believed also to Samuelson. have slain her, for she disappeared from sight as completely as if the aarth had yawned to receive her. Subsequently Hermans told a story of her departure from the. city and afterward pawned jewelry belonging to her. His story of Miss Samuelson's going away was found in time to have been false. Hermans is also believed to have killed one of his three wifes who died: at Williston, Minn., under suspicious circumstances. His standing at that time was so good that the inquiries set on foot by the were stopped. coi-one- r GIGANTIC COAL STRIKE. Miners of Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania and! West Virginia Involved. annexation treaty. that The administration, realizing Cleveland, O., July 13. One of the some crisis might arise while the treaty greatest strikes this country has ever still hangs fire in the senate, has taken known is now in progress. Nearly all steps to be prepared for any emer- the coal mines of Indiana, Ohio, Penngency. sylvania and West Virginia quit one Hear Admiral Heardslee will have, week ago, demanding- an increase of when the next steamer arrives in Hon- wages. About 200,000 men are in olulu, instructions giving him power volved. No violence has been attemptto act at the first sign of aggression on ed, and none is expected. the part of Japan or trouble of any In the few districts in Ohio and kind with which the local authorities West Virginia, where the miners are are not able to cope. Rear Admiral working, the companies have voluntaHeardslee will be given sufficient force rily increased wages to keep the men to carry out the programme that events at work. Hut ' while the miners are satisfied with their own condition, may force upon him. it is definitely settled that the bat- they are in hearty sympathy with the tleship Oregon, now en route to San strikers and may go out at any mo Francisco from Seattle, will be dis- ment. As a result a coal famine is patched to Hawaii as soon as she can imminent. Kauroaos are connscating be prepared for the voyage. This will all coal in transit on their lines, to ward oft a shortage. Small dealers give Admiral Heardslee three vessels the Oregon, Philadelphia and Marion can get no supplies, and the price of Japan has at present but one vessel coal is jumping up. Factories will in the harbor at Honolulu, the cruiser have to close in a few weeks unless tho Nauiwa. She has another cruiser at strike is settled. What is true of San Francisco awaiting orders which Cleveland is true of almost every city may take her to the Hawaiian islands. in this section of the country. F'rom advices received from Iowa Stampede Averted by a Hymn. New York, July 13. A large congre miners it is probable that a majority pat ion at the Methodist church at El- of the 10,000 now working will join in mer, N. J., was panic stricken by c the strike. Their wages have been terrific thunder storm which passed repeatedly cut, but their chief griev- over the village. Hishops McCn.be and who were conducting the ser vice, averted the danger of a stampede from the building by starting a hymn 1 he church was crowded to the doors when the storm struck it. Lightning A tree in the flashed continually. par sonage yard was struck and u big dog owned by the pastor, Rev. Alfred Waggs, was stunned. This incident many families abandoned their places which was witnessed through the win and went to lluiley for safety; while dows by many of the people in the those who remained were annoyed iu cnurcn, was responsible lor tlie Tears every manner. of the congregation. The coolness of The City :iM,tioii in liole. the bishops was all that averted a dan Hoise, Ida.. July 15. The city elecpe rolls rush for the doors. tion in Rise resulted in the election of I Ikelak Tunnel. M. Alexander as mayor, over Peter olorado ( Springs, July 13. Mr, Sonna and J. A. Pimiey. The followII. Proctor, of New York, pres George ing is the tieket elected: of the ident Cripple Creek Pike's PealMayor. M. Alexander; clerk, tie. bewhich is to bo run through the tunnel, . tween Miss VcCreo and P. H. from Manitou to Cripple mountain Hlnke; city attorney, Charles C. arrived here from New York Creek, city treasurer, H. E. Neal; he has come to let con and that &urs city assessor, Cyorge Pcttingill; city tracts for the tunnel, which will bo 1 collector, Mrs. Carrie E. Myers. miles long, lie says that the estima MrItr:.l,i,ry Jlnniiel. ted cost is about S'.uioo.ooo, but. during San Francisco, )4. When the his recent visit to England there were case against M,s, j0j,n Rradbury of 1?.000,00() subscribed, of w hich f 1.000, Los Angeles, charged with adultery, 000 is now in the various banks of Eng was called for examination in Judge land, and the other money will be Low s court the fajr defendant did not paid in in installments of SI, 000,000 appear in person, 8mi ur counsel ex- each whenever necessary. plained that she was too ill to attend. Mr. Proctor says that the contract At the re.piestof the Society or the will be let in a short time and that Prevention of Crime the case was work will commence within 00 day after letting- the contract. - M;(,-v- Cav-amiug- h; -. ,iv - ance is that Iowa coal is being shipped into the striking districts. In Indiana (iovernor Mount is taking an active interest in the struggle. He sides with the miners, and will appoint a commission b investigate conditions and report. His particular aversion is the company stores wheru the men are compelled to trade. JOHN I EGAN FOUND DEAD. Evidence, of Foul I'lay Throa Arrests Made. Salt Lake City, July 12. The body of John Egan was found behind tho Walker house about 5:30 a. m. bearing unmistakable evidences of having been Murdered. There is a large contusion iu the right temple which might have been the cause of death, although an overdose of dope is suspected. The police believe the tragedy occurred in a, rear room of the Senate saloon. Hlood was found there, and evidences that the body was dragged from the room to w here it was found. The barkeeper, Jesse McMillan, and C. M. Phelps, with two others, are under arrest on suspicion of having murdered the man. Egnn was at one time proprietor of tho While House bar and was noted for his liberality. He was out of employment, but bad secured a position with the Short Line at 1'ocatello, which he Intended shortly to till. Robbery is upposed to have been the motive, although Egan is not thougkt to have had much money.