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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1895, Salt Lake City, Utah DAILY TBIBU2TE SALT LAOS DECEMBEB 29 1895 responsibility on a Republican Coii trress Mr Russell supported the bill briefly and Mr Crisp then closed for the Democrttlc Bide and Mr Dalzell for the majority THE VOTE The vote on the first section of the bill was as follows Aldrlch Anderson Andrews Apsley Arnold Avery Bab cock Bakor Barrett Bartholdt Belknap Bennett Blntfham Bishop Black N Blue Boutelle Browi Hter Bromwell Jrown Bull Burton Caklerhead Cannon Chickeringf Clark Codding Cof fin Connelly Cook Cooko Cooper Corliss Cousins Curtis N Daniels pay ton DlnRley Polliver Dovtmcr Draper Evans Fairchild Farls Fen tan Fischer FlacluT Foote Foss Fowler Gamble G a diner Gibson Gil lott N Glllott Griffin Grin wold Groavenor Grow I lad Icy Iftd Wr Hal nor Haltcrman Hanlcy Har dy Harmer Hatch Heatwole HrIner j Hfarnway Henderson Hicks Hill Tiitt Hookor Hopi kins Howe Ifubbard Mufi Hulick Hilling Hull Hurloy Hutchison JenklriH Johnson N Joy Kiofor Krjox Kulp JMtofy Lefovre LcIjhty Lelsisin ring Leonard Lewis Lorimor Louj denjslaffor Mahunev Mahon Mc Call McClrary AleKwan Mr Itlejohn mv MlllIi ken Miner Moody Moae ly Northway Overftrcefc Parker Payne Phillips Pitnty poolo Putfh Quigg1 Royburn lioyw ton Shannon Sherman Sirnpkins Smith RouUifml Soutlnvick Kpaldlnfc Sperry Stable Steele Stew art N C W Stone Strode Btmnpr Tift Taylor Thomas Tracry Troloar Van WfuiHworth Walker Wangor Warner Watson son Wellington White Willis Wilson N Woodman Aitkon Bailey Baker Kanj Bankhfad Barri liam Bnrtlftt N llrll Bell Blnek Bowejs Broderick Murk Burrell JUirton Clary Clark Clark Cobb Cobh ColHon Cooper Cooper nvxj Cox Craln Crowley Culhoraon Cur tly Dan forth Dearmond BooliUlo Downing Eddy Elliott 3CJ1IH Krbrnnn Graff Hartman Hart Hendrlek Her mann HII born Hyde Johnson Tones Kern Kendall Kerr Kirkpat rlek Kyle Lawtton Lester Tjinney Loud Mad ox Marsh MnCall McClellan MeClure McCnlloeh Mc larrnon MeKfnnv McLaurin Mc Lachliri MfMHHn Mredith Myers CN Mills Mondell Murphy MNVill Lands Otey Owens Patterson ffarson Pendlcton Pickler Prince TteevfS Kkhfirdaon Robbins Russell Sayern Settle Shafroth Rhuford Skinner Snovr Sorer Spen rer Stocks Strait Swanson Terry Towne Tucker Turner Turner Ty ler Walker Walsh Washington Wheeler Williams Wil son Wilson Wilson S Woodward Wood Voniuim The seeond section was adopted with out division KEEK EVENS IN ENGLAND A Bitter Christmas Season in London Prospective Changes In Our Tariff Cause Deep Concern in English Press Criticising Our Mili tary and of Waless Message Was Deliberated Personal and Dramatic CUBANS AFTER CIENFUEGOS ITS A SEABOARD CITY THEY WANT IT AND Grand Manifestation of Loyalty by the of Destitution Told by Refugees Havana Dec this afternoon it was announced that the main body of the insurgents had passed through Amarillas on the borders of Matanzas and Santa Clara They are said to have burned the railroad stations a Contreras and La Gunillas A later re port was to the effect that the last o the forces of the insurgents had sue ceeded in effecting a countermarc to the province of Santa Clara an that all the Cubans have now retired from the province of Matanzas A grand manifestation in honor o de Campos in which al classes tried to show their sympathy London Dec 1895 j with tne Spanish commander tooK FELL LIKE A BOMB KNOCKS ROUT I N R PROCEEDING S Mr Tirsnoy offered reopen for retoroncir a rfjolution to reopen the testimony in the contested election case of Robert Thorn Uuinst himself The speaker referred the resolution undot the rule Mr Hltt chairman of the Foreign Affairs committee reported with a Iavonible report the reso lutions calling on the State Department for all information regarding ho trla and arrest of John L Waller calling for a report on the alleged firing on tho schooner Henry L Crosby by the Santo Domingo troops December 10 18DH and calling for all correspondence between the State Department am Spain relative to the war In progress in Cuba They were fill jigreod to without ob jocl Ion Tho resolution reported back by tho CO mm if tee jri lieu of the resolu tion for fin Iminlry into the advisability f Impenchinjr Thnnuis K Uayard 1 Am bassador to Great Kritaln for report ed speeches made at Boston England and Edinburgh SvoMancl was sub stantially tho MrCnll resolution re questing the President to inform the House whether any stops had been taken to ascertain the correctness the reported speeches and If true action 1C any should bo taken Mr TFitt suggested that everything offensive hnd boen eliminated from the resolution making it Pimply one of in quiry It nlso was agreed to when McCreary gave notice that ho would debate the question when the reply was laid before the House Mr Cummlngs N present ed a favorable report from the com mittee on Naval Affairs on tho joint resolution for the acceptance of ram whose speed did not meot the requirements of the contract and tho resolution was passed At tho houseadjourned until next Tuesday Views on tho New Bills Chicago Dec spe cial to the JournalPros quotes Sena tor Palmer as saying of the House rev enue nnd bond bills Neither bill will become a law Thefreesilver men will try to tack freecoinage on to both They are in the majority in tho Senate and may succeed The friends of the revenue bill are going try however to induce them to re 1railn from amending the revenue hill and he sntlsflod with amending the bond bill As the President would un doubtedly veto tho revenue bill and tho House would not pass the age bill there is no hope of either be coming a Then what will happen Well If Congress wont help him the President will obliged to main tain the credit of the country MoKTX LEY APPROVES Now York Doc special from 2olumbus snvs Governor McKln Ty seems to be satisfied with the emer gency measure passed by Congress The Governor did not talk at longth upon the subject but expressed his vlows In this manner I think the measure the best which could havo boen devised as a distinctly emergency measure The men sure will be in force only a year and a half and when tho Republicans come into power they can pass a protective tariff CHAIRMAN DIXGLEY Washington D Dec man Dlngloy of the and Means committee said today he an ticipated in case the House refused to pass the bond bill that a bond issue would follow almost immediately He thought the bonds would be 4 per thirtyyear bonds and said it was his opinion that they would be sold to a foreign syndicate and HI would bo stated that this was necessary because that kind of a bond could not be float ed in this country Mr Dingley saicl he was not surprised at the interview of Secretary Carlisle as it had been apparent The Administration was against tho bill by the Associated most intense feeling of gloom has been cast over the Christmas holidays by the showers of sleet clouds of cruel damp ness and waves of icy cold which have been the weather features of the week driving indoors almost everybody but the homeless and the policemen caus ing the streets to labor under a pain fully deserted appearance and on the other hand making the happy ones hug their firesides with an air of wellsatis lied content most pleasant to contem plate It was one of those Christmases you read about but which you do not frequently enjoy Howling iceladen winds made the interior of Londons Wilbor most modest habitations like a heaven of supreme enjoyment Every little Christmas tree ever so modest seemed a shrine to worship at after a glance at theblack deserted bitterly cold streets THE VENEZUELAN DISCUSSION The difficulty between Great Britain and the United States regarding Vene zuela Is still the leading topic of de bate in political and newspaper circles but interest In the matter has dimin ished considerably as from the stand point of politics the crisis is regarded as being over while attention centers in its financial aspect The reports cabled over here that the United States commission which will inquire into the boundary question is expected to include exMinister Ed ward J Phelps and exMinister Robert T Lincoln met with nothing1 but ap proval According to one account before send ing his message the Prince of Wales entered into communication with the Queen and with tho Marquis of Salis bury Her Majesty who has followed every development of theJncident with eager and anxious interest Is said to have assented readily The Marquis of Salisbury it appears was less yield ing but discovering that the action commended itself to the royal family whose dignity was not concerned ho abandoned his scruples and approved not only of tho Princes action but tho precise terms of the message THE TARIFF CHANGE Although the general opinion is ex pressed in the special cable dispatches from the United States that the tariff revision bill is not likely to pass tho Senate tho measure has caused quite a flurry in commercial circles An Irish Industrial organ points out that the proposed Increase in the duty on wool ens will inevitably check the growing trade and that Irish industries nvill suffer in consequence Owing to the great measure of interest centered in Irish goods In the United States by tho exhibits made at the Worlds Fair large orders have boon placed with the mills and handloom weavers in re rnolo districts of Donegal All this de velopment of industry will be stifled If the tariff revision bill is adopted Tho war scare has had the effect oC arousing interest in tho American and Canadian military forces and elaborate and more or less accurate comparisons between them have been made OUR ARMY AND NAVY Tho military correspondent of the Globo says in regard to the American ol fleers Their tone is good they are very keen and their education of the best I doubt H any country provides so sound a system of education for its young officers as the West Point Acad Beyond that no opportunities have been given the senior officers of handling troops on a large scale and few American Generals have ever com manded more than a battalion of in fantry or a regiment of The Cllobe correspondent expresses tho opinion that the organized militia Is not nearly so well trained or reliable as the British militia The Morning Post prints an article on naval questions in the United States during which it points out the alleged dlsloVnlty and often the dishonesty of responsible to the Administra tion of the dockyards and construction of tho and declares that tho department is a hotbed of job PERSONAL Mr and Mrs Gladstone started for yesterday They expect to ar rive there at Sunday morning Lord Dunravens Valkyrie fonder controversy pamphlet and his speech at Cardiff on the subject cabled in full exclusively to the Associated Press at the time are to be published in book form on Monday next Tho Queens celebration of Christ mas at Osborne House Isleof Wight passed off with the usual gayety Among the visitors who celebrated Christmas with her Majesty was the Duke and Duchess of Connaught and their children and all the little Bat tonburg children Her Majesty made very handsome presents to each one of tho little grandchildren and is also re ported to have sent Christmas cards in her own writing to all her former at tendants favorite servants in Scotland as well as to those near her present residence The Queen and the court will remain at Osborne House until the middlo of February when they return to Windsor for a month proceeding to Nice DRAMATIC At Drury Lane the yearly panto mime which this year is pronounced to have all previous efforts was produced Cinderella was the title of the production and enormous crowds gathered outside the theater early in the afternoon When the doors were finally opened there was a tremendous rush for places in the pit and galleries The crowd was of the usual boisterous description and applauded and joined in whistling and singing the popular airs which the band played before the curtain was rung up place today ar the palace The enthusiasm was very great and it was estimated people gathered I cheering for the King and Queen the CaptainGeneral and Cuba Espanola The citizens of the province of Ma tanzas have been requested to take up arms and to be prepared to meet th Cubans in case of an emergency Hundreds of families homeless and penniless continue to arrive at the cltj of Matanzas from various points along the lines of march recently taken b the insurgents These persons repor the destruction to property by reason of the burning of the sugarcane planta tions and forests to be very great It is reported here that Gen Gomez and Gen Maceo at the head of the in surgents are now moving rapidly in the direction of Cienfuegos in the southern part of the province of Santa Clara and it is feared by the Spanish officers that the Cubans hope to cap ture the town of Cienfuegos thus giv ing the insurgents what they are said to most desire at the present seaport city It is reported that Gen Campos ha cabled to Spain to send him reinforce ments with all possible speed It is also rumored that a cable from the Government at Madrid announced thai more troops would be sent during January including under the no torious Lieut Weller FIGHT FOR THE Senate to Consider Bills Washington Dec Voor hees chairman the Senate Finance committee will call th ccnimittee to eethwr Tuesday next to consider the tariff bill He says there Is disposition on the part of Demo crats to delay the bill in committee Theyll Get More Pay Washington Dec has been raised to the first class of freedeHvery postottlces This effects a raise of from two to three grades of lettercarriers and a consequent in iu salaries Louislanla Republicans So Far Fail to Harmonize New Orleans Dec unity was not accomplished today The sugar planter Republicans had a con ference but postponed action until next Saturday The regular Republican ex ecutive committee organized and pass ed a resolution to confer with the planters The principal fight was the fight for the control of the A few weeks ago the WarmouthMc Kinley action triumphed but today the Reed men gained the ascendancy The State convention was fixed for Jamtary Union Pacific Bonds to Be Paid Washington Dec Secretary of the Treasury gave public notice to day that the United States 6 per cent bonds of the face value of is sued under the acts of July 1 1S62 and July 2 1864 to the Union Pacific Railway company and commonly known as currency become due and will be paid with interest at the Treasury department on February 1 1896 and that interest on the bonds will cease on that day ALL SORTS Dunkard Colony for the Colorado Denver Dec special to the News from Grand Junction says arrangements have been com pleted with the Dunkard communities scattered over Iowa Dakota Nebras ka and Kansas to settle in a body in the Grand River valley near that city during the coming spring Over a hundred families all welltodo will come Ths Lno of Krug KoJyoke Dec mys terious of Edward Krug in 18SG hai just been cleared up by the discovery that he was the man mur dered in San Francisco In 1SS8 by James Egan who is now servinga thirtyfiveyear sentence for the crime Krug went under the name of W E Aubrey Little Gold Sent Out New York Dec gold ordered yesterday shipment to Eu rope todaiy was sent out Lazard Frcres being the shipper They were talking about the various methods of celebrating the passing of the old year and the comingof the new Did you ever dance the old year out and the new year in he asked Yes indeed scores of was the reply And then she was sorry she TitBits Do you pay for poetry asked the pretty girl replied the editor with some hesitation What do you pay Weekly A miser had died very guddenly A doctor who was called in to certify to his death appeared to have his doubts about the case Place a 10mark piece in his said the old housekeeper of the de ceased if he doesnt grasp it you may safely make out the order for his buri Ragson about hard luck if I didnt git it proper waz dat Ragson I swiped a diamon1 necklace an ater all me trou ble I foun it belonged to a Philadelphia Record Kind said the wayfarer If you will add 5 cents to the dime I already possess I will go and get a meal the first I have had in three If you have a dime why dont you go and get something to eat with that Ah sir I require that to fee the waiter Bazar girl was that you had in tow lost evening Willy you are pleased to call tow Is usually spoken of by people of culture as blonde tresses Transcript W Merchant on discovering a man In his are you gas man I have come to see by your meter how much gas you have used during1 the month gracious I was hoping you were only a Progres de Bolbec you are willing1 to die for me with pleasure I dont ask for that but I am goingto put your affection to the test all means what am I to do for you Shall I capture a lion or say to the mighty ocean Stand still my love commands it I dont crave after any such impossibilities There is only one thing1 I ask of you is it to come here sere Gesellschaft I had rather have a fool to make me merry than experience to make me She fingeringthe keys of the piano you play much Mr Kawler not under the new racing that is yes I play the flute Topics 1 9 shay mister can you tell me hie where the sidewalk is I am a shranger Blaetter faur ist to London miles as the crow flies j toots Im no gaun to flee Im gaun to waulk Hoo many miles ist as the craw Spare Moments Farewell forever the weeping1 girl we part but the sorrow of this shall sear my younglife lor In of grief uncon trollable she threw herself the couch as the streetdoor slammed shut behind the hoggard youngman who had torn himself from her presence Then hastily she brushed away the traces of tears and went down to match that lovely piece of York HeraldL OUT CHICA00 Bates Badly on Eastern RoadsNew Feeder for the Union Local Railroad Notes Chicago TimesHerald says this morning Tne action of Chair man Morrison of Interstate Com merce Commission in to the Senate yesterday acopy of a letter to the AttorneyGeneral declaring the joint traffic agreement in conflict with provisions of the interstate commerce law and calling upon the District At torney for the Southern district of New York to institute proceedings by in junction or otherwise to prevent its be ing carried into effect fell like a bomb among men interested in Chicago rail roads While none of them were di rectly interested in framing the agree ment all the presidents of the trunk lines residing in the East have been making provisions for weeks to carry it into effect and since the first inti mation just after the agreement was signed that it might be considered il legal no question of its being in accord with law has arisen This belief was dispelled by dispatches in wnich Chair man Morrison was quoted as saying it could not legally be held in advance of the operation of the agreement that it is illegal Never doubting that it would become operative January 1st officials have been preparing to work under it The reorganization of the Central Traffic association practically has been effected It is an open secret that for the last six weeks rates on eastbound business have been badly demoralized With every cut was associated the fact that the presidents agreement was to be come effective the first of the year and it was hinted that the reductions were made in order that percentages might be evened up and all start on an equa footing under the new agreement That the old compact was being violated railroad men admitted Now that the new one is declared inoperative be cause illegal the rate situation become serious GOVERNMENT WILL PROSECUTE Washington Dec The prosecu tion of the Joint traffic association of Eastern trunk lines recently formed in New York City will be begun tmme diately by the Government The de cision of the InterState Commerce mission holding the association to be a violation of the interState commerce law has been forwarded by Attorney General Harmon to the United States District Attorney for New York with an official communication and the lat ter will endeavor at once to prevent the carrying out of the agreement Attached the B 0 Chicago Dec Lato this afternoon the Wisconsin Central Railroad com pany filed in the Circuit court an as sumpsit suit for against the Bal timore fe Ohio company and obtained an attachment upon a showingthat the Baltimore Ohio was indebted 300 for labor and services and for rent al and trackage in the Grand Central station The Sheriff levied upon four passenger engines owned by the Balti more Ohio and the companys bank account at the National Bank of Amer ica amounting to At first it was thought the attachments upon the locomotives might prevent the B O from taking its passenger trains out on time tonight but the officials of the road hastened to the Sheriffs office and gave a satisfactory bond for 000 releasing the engines Fort Worth Denver Reorganization New York Dec reorganiza tion committee of the Fort Worth Denver City railway representing the first mortgage bonds has prepared a plan for the reorganization of the com pany without foreclosure Coupons will be stamped for five years from December 1 1895 at the rate of 4 per cent One pastdue coupon for 3 per cent will be paid in cash For the re maining four pastdue coupons and the annual 2 per cent Interest deferred for the next five years a total of 22 per cent bondholders will receive stock to the extent of for each bond to draw preferential dividends if earned at the rate of 4 per cent More than twothirds of the entire issue of bonds had been deposited under the re organizing agreement of last June New Feeder for the Union Pacific OmaJha Dec 28 A new line of rail road to run Irom North Platte in a northwesterly direction to the Wyo mingline along the North Platte val ley is the subject of a conference to day between W F Cody Judge Wil liam Neville Judge H M m Grimes Mayor Warner of North Platte M A Daughter and John Brotherton of OgallaJa and Mr Kerr of New York and a committee of the Commercial club The road if built will cross Lin oln Keith Deuel Cheyenne and Scott Bluffs counties and be a feeder for the Union Pacific opening up a vast and successfullyirrigated country to the trade of Omaha There is much interest in the project and its friends confidently expect that buying right of way will begin in about six weeks The ultimate destination of the road will be Grand Junction Wyo Northern Pacific Interest Milwaukee Dec Receiver Bigelow of the Northern Pacific rail road went to New York today to pre pare for the semiannual payment of nterest on the first mortgage bonds The sinking fund charges will not be paid until some time toward the latter part of January LIST SWELLED TO 27 OF SPORTING INTEREST Bamiro Wins at San Death of a Turfman San Francisco Dec Baldwins crack colt Ramiro added fresh laurels to his long string of vic tories by winning the Elmwood stakes from the best field of twoyearolds that ever faced the starter in this State includingthe great Crescendo SMALL JESTS Ken your flat fire proof think so if youd shiv ered there all Truth look as if you had the blues I have Ive lost my beautiful new silk umbrella Where did you leave it I didnt leave it anywhere The owner met me and took it away from who ran second in the Futurity Crei Moments scendo heavily handicapped with top j great deed of historl CLOSING OF MAILS D mill East a m U Osrtlen and Intermediate 5 a 7 a 3 p L Montana Ortgon and laaho p m R Cr Ogden a m R G Atlantic mail east H G Thistle and a m L California and Nevada p m Pv G California and Nevada p m HXG Denver and Glenwood in Addition Three or Four More are Expected to Die Baltimore Dec horror at the Front theater last night Is in Teased rather than abated by todays developments The list of identified has grown to twentyseven and two or three more injured in the city hospi tal are so desperately Injured that their names rrnay swell the deathroll before another night has passed The Hat of dead revised is as follows Louis Amelsky Gabriel Brensteln aged 4 Tersa Bernstein aged 6 Lee Jchftj aged 4 Ida Friedman aged 14 uennie Henckel Louis Levstcin Lena Lewis Morris Marglies Sarah Rosen acob Rosenthal Moses Salisbury 11 oseph Weiner Lena Frankel Samuel Cremer 12 Rebecca Kremer 10 Isaac iere 10 Katie Salizberg 7 Louis Bern tein Grewsky boy S Grewsky irl 6 Sarah Pollack 17 Simon Pol ack Leverwllz Vera Nar flnsky 12 Anna Narflnsky 7 Wolf Ofthe injured these are expected to die Thresa Goldman 60 years old ractured skull Amelia Goldberg 14 ears old crushed head and shoulders ouryeareld girl not identified in ured Internally and unconscious Hundreds of relatives and friends of he deed and injured visited the city lospltal today anxiously Inquiring for their loved Demanding indemnity ConsteJitlnople says has demanded from the the payment of a larga indemnity for the loss sustained by American mis sionaries in Asia Gold Reserve D Bee lost in gold by Lgained which the gold re handicapped with top weight was ridden very poorly by Bergen who managed to get him pock eted just as the horse appeared to bo winning Green B Morriss lilly Sallie i Clicquot was the favorite at 2 to 1 but was beaten out by a head by Ramiro with Imp Santa Bella only a neck be hind and Crescendo fourth Twelve horses started in the race the odds j against Ramiro being 6 to 1 The stako was worth to the winner Four favorites two second choices and an outsider won today Weather clear i and cold track improving attendance sooo First race five and onehalf furlongs selling Doodle won Alvero second Suffrage third Time L Second race six furlongs all i Miss Maxim won Kowalsky second Flashlight third Time Third race six furlongs the Elmwood stakes for twoyearolds value Ramiro won Sallie Clicquot second i Imp Santa Bella third Time Fourth race mile and a sixteenth selling all won Red Glen second Highland third Time I i Fifth race steeplechase short course about one and onehalf miles selling Col Weightman won Tom Clarke sec ond Malo Diablo third Time Sixth race five onehalf furlongs won George Miller sec ond third Time Seventh race five and onehalf fur longs won Banjo second Raphael third Time UTew Orleans Races New Orleans Dec Weather fine track slow attendance large First race six Im perial won Miss Rowett second Som nambulist third Time Second race one G won Judge Debose second Royal Choice third Time Third race seven won Momus second Le Grande third j Time Fourth race mile and twenty Langdon won Squire G second Balk Line third Time Fifth race six Domin ion won Mopsey second Sir John third Time In the second race today just after the horses passed the quarterpost Sir Planet swerved and ran Aunt Lida to the outer rail spoiling her chances in the race in which she had been heavily backed to win The racing governors have decided to Sir Planets en try hereafter Springs R G Junction G rand U and intermedi p m p m interest was performed on Thanks giving day Brooke kicked a goal from the thirtyseven yard line Philadel phia Record 0 v Xo Im not exactly engaged but I have the refusal 01 two or three girls What a carnal way of putting it I suppose you have asked them and they have snid No London PickMeUp are you huighing at asked the holdup as he rifled the mans clothes Ha ha I was thinking1 what a sur prise my wife will get when she trees through my clothes said the amused victim Press He gleefully So my dear you have got everything you want now She Why you simple man theres another payday before Christmas Cleveland Plain Dealer In case of fire Perkins arent you afraid to sleep in the seventeenth story of that high building Oh no all my pajamas are made with balloon Chicago Record Rev Mr Saintly I hope you go to Sundayschool Bobbie Bobbie Ys And thats how I uet ahead of father and mother Rcv Mr so Bobbie They have to go to church j Brooklyn Life ate points oaily except 645 City and G Canyon and a m a in a m a m p m a m intermodl except Sunday p tn rrus unii a ml I R G Canyon and West V U enst of Uij CoUomvood urn U points south of Juab daily except a m pouch for p m Murray 3T a m and HOURS FOR ARRIVAL OF MAILS U fast Sso p m i p nx u Montana and Ore tron a U and I ue points daily ex R G li G p m i H G a m R G Canyon and West Jordan and p ra v niail or points south daily oxcept p m U City p m R G and p ra Xj a m Ogdon mails n a a p p ni Bis Cottonwood and p Murray i m and OFFICE HOTRS Money order ornco opens at a in and closes p ra Opening repiter m General delivery window open a m to p m open in to p m Carriers wtndovv except Sun to p m SUNDAY HOURS Miss Oldfrite coylyVMr Gayboy tried to kiss me nigiu Mr Blunt 1 feared he was drinking again New York Town Topics A la Eli Ive found out why Harvard takes defeat with such bad grace U Why Eli Its English you know Life That sour fellow Grumpus has a Job that just suits Whats that Hes stationmaster where fifty trains go out every day and he sees somebody miss every one of Pearsons Weekly Mrs Subbubs So youve no objecj tions to living in the country Miss ORourke the differ ence Since the new police boord came rv hereafter Mr G W Pooles fine racehorse Pop luck to their shake Gray died this morning He had been ailing some time before he came South TURFMAN DEAD Guy Irving partner tn the stable of Irving Chinn died this morning of brain fever The body will bo shipped to Louisville on Malier Siren a Benefit i i LV 1 1 j i gurrl might as well grive up all hope j of stiddy company Puck I Wife I can remember the time when you followed me wherever 1 went now you do not care to go anywhere with i me I never that your love j would so soon grow cold General delivery and stamp win dow a m to p m Carriers m to p m Hours of collodion of mail from letter in the business districts G a iO 2 p p 6 p 9 p m 1 Sundavs D a m and p m C R VRRATT Postmaster Peculiar In combination proportion and procew Hoods Saraaparillft possesses peculiar curative powers unknown to any other preparation This is why it a record of cures unequalled in tho history of medicine It acts directly upon tho blood and by making it pure rich and healthy it cures disease and gives pood health Hoods Sarsaparilla ts the only true blood purifier prominent 1 v in the public eye todaj f 1 six for f5 Hoods Pills S hsMtnal 1rice Nonsense A man doesnt run for a Malier Giren a street car after ho has caught New York Deo Maher the TranscriDt Irish pugilist was given a big benefit here tonight Billy Woods of Denver appeared as Maher1 s sparring partner but the bout unsatisfactory to the spectators as Woods was no match for the Irishman Among the others who appeared in the ring were Charles Miner and Harry Woods of San Fran cisco Young Griffo and Peter Lowery of Dublin Kid McCoy and Jack Mitch ell and Tommy Kelly Harlem Spider and Ike Weir Colorado Tandem Record Denver Dec B Hughes and N A Pippin today made a State record of 35 for tandem atraight mile unpaced flying start It was made on the Brighton twentyfive mile course and is the second fastest mile ever made on a bicycle Another RecordBreaker San Diego Dec W Hamilton today broke the twothirds mile flying start worlds record class B paced by a quad Time 35 C S Wells broke the threequarter mile coast record paced by quad fly ing start Time A VERY SAD ENDhG Lord Dunraven Takes a Sudden De parture for England New York Dec Dunraven and his friend Arthur Glennle sailed this afternoon on board the Umbrla for England In answer to questions by an are others i xv T Iri Boston Transcript says hes dlscnd ed from some of the greatest houses in Ireland So he did manys the a An old gentleman who had dismount ed from his horse walked Into a way side inn and left the animal in charge of a barelyclad urchin But on re turning he found another boy holding his horse He scanned the little desti tute through his eyeglasses and ex claimed Well but youre not the toy I left my horse with No said the boy I Jist specki lated and bought 1m of t other boy for a The boy received a threepenny for his Judy Lieutenant to elderly rouw really today you look as fresh and blooming as rose of twenty Cou rant turn somersaults on horseback I suppose before long well see them doing it on the bicycle man alive that was the first thing I did on a Yonkers Statesman Harold I like you but I can never be your wife He mind There SflOKE THE EL The Finest Clear Msvani Key West Cigar in the Market FOR SALE BY ALL TUB LEADING DEALERS TAflPA FLORDA D L FULOP Distributfdj Agts GIBBON This old reliable and the most successful Specialist in Sail Francisco Btill con tinues to all SEXUAL and SEM INAL DISEASES auch as GONOR wwopiA ated Press reporter Lord Dunraven said Really I dont wish to i Mr Glennle was a little more com municative and when asked was the reason of Dunravens sudden de parture said Its a very sad end Mr Glenni3 did not feel Inclined to qualify or define this statement when urged He said there were only two men left behind in New York to look after the interests of Lord Dunraven namely Lawyer Asjulth and Secretary Hamilton The reporter asked Mr Glennie if all the evidence in the as far as the Dunraven part of it went had been submitted The reply was You cant expect Lord Dunraven to speak before the committee when he is on the ocean andaJi to my testifying well Ill be on the ocean As the ship moved out from the dock a few of those who knew the titled visitor shouted Goodbye Lord Dun but the moment the cry went up his Lordship hurried to the other side of the steajner Mr Glennie however remained lean Ing over the rail and bowed his ac knowledgement to the cheers and creetlnrs derisive or otherwise which were aent up for the Irish Earl The committee of the New York Yacht club which is charged with aa the facts regardingLord Dunravens allegations of unfairness in the contest for the Americas cup was In ses sion for an Hour this forenoon and the members dispersed It was with the understanding that the hear Inf would be resumed this afternoon What effect Lord Dunra7ena seeming ly uncerlmonlwus departure will have In determining the committees course cannot be foretold DEMAND EXCEEDS SUPPLY Gold Going Out of Mint Too Faat Philadelphia Dec coin to the value of has been sent from the Philadelphia mint to New York within the past week It is be lieved that most of this gold been used In recent shipments to Europe The mint received worth of gold bars in August and all this has been Into coin There are now on hand gold valued at and as the work of coining is going on dally and if it no decrease in thedemand It only a matter of a abort until it will be all gone Small ghlpmwata of gold are ecelved daily but not in quantities kaep up with demand tor WaiUr Getting Better Washington Dec letter celved today from exConsul waller dated at his prison In France that his health improved recently He also states that there has been an improvement in his treatment He ex presses gratitude to 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