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Cr I OL 1 NO 9 ty SALT LAKE CITY WEDNESDAY MARCH 11 1885 FIVE CENTS
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11 EWS OF THE DAY
f1 asterGeneral Vilas is quoted
asi HThe programme of the
iid
J 5 MriJ1 s1 is to select officials for
c1binet
< to rhOJc find value to the govern
worth a
their non
g ment curtailing
mentThe starts in by
Pr idont i
I rrc
The employees at the Executive
te t l force or dispensing with the ser
fansJon and whose aggregate sal
clerks
four
ces of
mnount to 6200
rie Harrington
Rigger at
J
Ch1rles over the
73 grew despondent
aged
the Harrington
in
5oi all his llloney
js and tried
which failed a year ago
nk his wife and
shooting
0 nlcnd matterS by
himself
Jen S
Halifax N
ndlevl1e House at
Jlbv Government and
wne1 by the Imperial
was
prison
officer of the
CU11Jcd by
1tt1I I
redsing the tlriff introduced
oiU
1
cnsrath at Vienna authorizing
nIl Ol u 1Wort duties on cereals
jl1cre
1 tJlCn1 to the rates adopted
to flU sc
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applies only to cereals im
GCrInany
Y
rted from Fiance or Germany
Destruction of the Song Birds
wealth of bird music in
The former
here in Connecticut can
yd ami grove
J i well he understood by those who
since the destructive war
jLvp frown up
f ireofl birds began It is a wonder in
Let not that so few but that any are
I Hi uhen we consider the variety of
jps in which disaster overtakes our
birds Not to mention the many
sang
Ivjsands that are destroyed in the egg I
rncctby marauding boys and speci
men collectors the further destruction
of the migrating birds by dashing their I
J i ws out against the lanterns of an end
of lighthouses along the coast
es Ktring
for their journey is mostly performed at
rhtis far larger than is generally sup
0 ei and would seem to be enough to
emate them If we add to this the
rthles3 wholesale slaughter of some
pieslike the bobolink for example
lv l gunners along the Delaware
nd rivers further south who devotee
be birds to stews and pies there need be
further looking for the cause of the
irked diminution of this most rollick
and once very abundant songster of
j May and June grassfields Yet the
Production of the mowing machine
li the earlier grass cutting that has ac
panied it supplies additional ex
Nation of a part of the general disap
> TJnc of the bobolink He is not
rnJ as a songster elsewhere than in
acie charming fields of our northland in
L perfect months of May and June II
1 Lb peculiar rollicking tinkling
uccenng melody was one of the charms
1 SUCh scenes at that happiest time in I
L car Perhaps his extermination
AKrslupped but tbio whop ln flo I
ra oi all sorts of song birds in
dudin our finest singer the brown 1
1rier and all just to supply feathered
I laments for womens hats is a little too i
J 1 If the women would be content
now unfor
j elf European sparrow
icv naturalized in this country no
I would offer a word of opposition
iLtyrdTiines
HisTa Had a Cloven Tongue
Yrtio preached to the disciples on the
L F ot Pentecost asked a Newman
teday school teacher of her class
itr shouted the class in chorus
4 1 what appeared unto them
Vften tongues said the class
Jlat is a cloven tongue
7 class remained silent and the
tr t w about to explain when the
wjn 3y exclaimed
rps got one
1cn are mistaken said the teacher
4 T5 w a miracle and miracles do not
01 mow
Yes ht has a cloven tongue said
I ioy for I saw him put a clove on his
1 iguc J this morning as soon as he took a
Ifrnk out or a jllgNcwma1l Indepen
t
A Natural Conclusion
Tones fpuftin on roller RkatesDo
yon know Smith that the rollers of the
IMbkates arc all made of boxwood
Smith wearily taking his offIndeed
I thought they were made of slippery
wnPiitadcfp7iia Call
lie is a Reformer
Brings said a Pine Street lawyer to
bs 1 younir clerk why werent you at the
dice I earlier this morning
Beg pardon sir but I am a reformer
I believe that the office should seek the
nan not the man the office Williams
t Breakjast Table
1
Parents whose sons are disposed to ho
j st t should counteract this tendency by
Jnring for them positions as district
t ngers Zfostmt Post f
CON WLESS
r tSEXATE
WAI111 GTO s March HThe back
bone
resolution offered by Tan Wyck
Was before the < Senate as unfinished busi
J7 Van Wck said the Senator from
oorado Teller had gone to New York
b t IX
abs
abslnt a day or two and asked that
until Ition upon the resolution be deferred
lutmn rjd1 l Van Wvck offered a reso
Sjw the Secretary of the Interior
the
Attorney General be directed
to W
take the steps necessary to
prevent
Crllln lands in Florida
and
u
i
lantin Alabama J WW being sold by the At
i
tntl and 1 Gulf West India Transit Co
tliS that it lie on the table for
prc8ent After the
f lapse of twenty
lnllnllc
8SihorctaiY ruden appeared and
flic S sundry messages in writing
c1late went into
executive session
and fvn
I lIlel1t five minutes later adjourned The
tlark has nominated Edward D
flark of liseissippi Assistant
tf the Interior Secretary
34Son A CAUL < JAD of Glass Just received at 1 I
bNo oV
Ille W South Tem
Sbeet
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FIt l you want choice groceries go to G
South corner State Road and Third
lie GA and haircutting 25c at
fond South Barber ShoP > cor Main and
St in Wasatch Block 1
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DOMESTIC
General Hazen Before The
CourtMartial
GEN GRANT IMPOVINC
The Backbone Land Grant
Gets a SetBack
THE STRIKERS STILL ON
The Railroad Strike
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KANSAS CITY March 10Troops from
St Louis were brought to Centre Town
within 30 miles of Sedalia where they
now are quartered in the cars Later to
night an armistice waS agreed upon until
noon of the 14th of March at which time
the strikers are to have an answer Gov
ernor Marmaduke and General Jameson
are to act as mediators and see what if
any compromise can be made
PARSONS Ks March 10The strikers
on the Missouri Pacific remain firm They
have been very quiet today It is rum
ored tonight that they have ordered all
engines and men along the line as far
south as Muskogee to come to Parsons
for protection and also that after tomor
row no passenger trains will be permitted
to pass except the engine and mail car
This morning Superintendent Golden and
I Sheriff Lnmpson attempted to fire up an
engine and take out a freight train but
were not permitted to do so
ATCIIISON Ks March 10No change
in the Missouri Pacific situation here
The striking shopmen still hold posses
sion of the shops and locomotives and
are preventing the moving of freight
trains Railroad officials are waiting
developments at other localities on the
line of the road ISo effort is being made
to have the Governor call out the militia
as it does not appear necessary
GALVESTON Texas March 10The
Gaheston News Dallas says The sec
tion hands here employed on the Texas
Pacific struck here this morning on in
vitation of couriers who passed throu h
on a hand car The strikers drew the
fires from three engines The company
will attempt to recover the engines to
morrow and begin moving a number of
idle trains A call issued tonight by the
Friends of Labor for a mass meeting
Thursday The object is for raising
funds to assist the strikers at other
points who are reported as suffering for
breadstuff Bloodshed is apprehended
A Palestine special says the yard shops
at that point are now charge of Sheriff
Davis and deputies who took out several
trains today The strikers have been ex
cluded from the yard
At Marshall today the county and city
officials were notified by the railroad
company that if the civil authorities do
not intervene to break up the strike and I
pany J1 will hold the county S liable S i for Ham t
ages arising from the interruption of busi
ness On receipt of the notice County
I Judge Keller interviewed a committee of I
strikers who assured the Tudge that no I
violence was contemplated The civil
I authorities thereupon decided not to in
terfere This is regarded as a victory for
I the strikers whoremain quite firm
MOBERLY Mo March 10 Notwith
standing the Missouri Car and Foundry
Company who have leased the Wabash
railroad shops here and will hereafter
conduct them have announced that they
are ready to receive applications for
labor irrespective of past or existing
troubles not one of the men who struck
some days ago has applied for work Al
though there is no doubt that they could
obtain from the car company as good or
better wages than they demanded from
the railroad company they say they will
not resume work until the former wages
are restored to every workman on the en j
I tire Wabash system and claim to have
advices that by tonight or tomorrow
every workman on the Wabash road will
be on a strike
ST Louis March llR S Hayes
senior vicepresident of the Missouri Pac
ific railroad in an interview on the strike
said The main question in this strike
is one of personal liberty or whether a
handful of men who are not satisfied with
their positions as employees shall be al
lowed to prevent other men who have no
expressed cause for dissatisfaction from
continuing at work Out of the 25000 em
ployees of the Southwestern and Wabash j
systems not 1000 are directly affected by
the reduction of wages which is alleged 1
to be the reason for the strike and i am
certain that of this 1000 at least 500
would go to work tomorrow if they were
not restrained by their bulldozing co
employees The reduction made is in
regard to men in the machine shops and
round houses The train service hands
have not been reduced The reductions
have been principally in Texas
SEDALIA March 10 Negotiations for
a compromise between the road and men
are now going on
Gen Hazen Arraigned
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Y 8IIIXGTON 11The general
conrtmartial convened for the trial of I
Gen Hazen Chief Signal Officer of the
army me at this city this morning Gen
Hancock presiding Counsel for Gen
Hazen challenged BrigadierGeneral Mc
Feely as a member of the court on the
ground of unfriendly relations between
them growing out of his Hazens criti
cisms of the subsistance department of
the army of which Gen McFeely is
head when he Hazen was endeavor
ing to = abolish the system of post
traderships in the army The court sus
tained the challenge and the accused
waived the right to further challenge
Gen Hazen was then arraigned and
through his council demurred to the spec
ifications to the charge alleging that ho
criticised and impugned the propriety of
the action of the Secretary of War in re
fusing to send a sealing vessel to the relief
of the Greeley party after the failure of
the Proteus eqpedition in the fall of 83
The court overruled the demurrer and the I
accused pleaded not guilty to the
charge and several specifications
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From the Department ot Agriculture
WASHINGTON March 10Tho report
of
and distribution
of the consumption
corn and wheat from statistical returns
of the Department of Agriculture shows
of the last crop of
that 37f Per cent
corn remains in formers hands against
33 per centthe 1st of March 1884 The
supply in farmers hands last 0 March
was 512000000 bushels the remainder
now is about 075000000 Two years
ago
the stock remaining at the saino date
was 585000000 or 363 per cent of the
crop 1617000000 The amount shipped
isa few millions
a less than last year The
exports equal 28000000 bushels against
32000000 at the same date in 1884 and
the commercial receipts at western
markets arc also less a full
Eastern crop reducing slightly the
demand notwithstanding the reduction
in price The proportion of merchant
able corn is very large87 per cent
against an average of 80 per cent for a
period of years and 60 for last year
Wheat reported in Jarmers hands is
about 33 per cent of the crop 169000000
bushelsor 50000000 bushels more than
the stock of last March when the crop
was less by 92000000 bushels There
has been a slightly freer nse of wheat for
bread and a little of the poorer quality
has been fed to stock The stock on
March 1 1883 was 285 per cent of the
previous crop or 142000000 bushels
and that of March 1 1882 was 98000000
bushels The qualtty is reported about
average in every Western State except
Illinois and Missouri and in nearly all
tho Atlantic and Gulf Coast States
The Committees
WASHINGTON March 10The Demo
cratic Senators have
completed the ar
rangement of the committees Senators
Vest Coke and Harris are to succeed
Garland Bayard and Lamar on the judi
ciary committee Senator Vance will go
on the finance committee in place of Bay
ard Senator Ransom will succeed Bay
ard as chairman of the committee on
private land claims and Golman will
take Ransoms old place as chairman of
the committee on Potomac river front
Senator Ivenna will go on the commerce
committee The committee on privileges
and elections adopted a report on the
question of pay claimed by General Rob
inson at present secretary of Ohio as a
member of tho House after he entered
upon the discharge of his official duties
in Ohio The report concludes with a
resolution setting forth that Robinson did
not claim to bo a member of the House
after January 12th and recommending
that the clerk strike his name from the
rolls
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Terrible Explosion
CLEVELAND March 10Tho citizens
of Bradford Pa were startled today by
a terrific explosion which shook tho
houses in all parts of the town Inquiry
revealed tne fact that the nitroglycerine
manufactory of the Rock Glycerine Com
pany located at Howard Junction three
miles away had been the scene of a ter
rible casualty The magazine contain
ing 6000 pounds of glycerine had ex
ploded and W II Harrington one of
the proprietors and H V Pratt an em
ployee were killed The factory twenty j
live feet away was blown into fragments
Pratts body was found 200 feet away
All his bones were broken but his skin
was intact Harrington weighed 190
unWIY lfitlWC cft a llmn
Km Trees were torn up by the roots I
and great holes made in the earth Loss j
5000 i I I
New York Stocks j
NEW YORK March llYall Street i
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Stocks opened weak and a shade lower I
at lithe market was strongerthe rise be
ing led by New York Central
I NEW YORK March 11Bar silver GJf
Stocks quiet steady
I NEW YORK March 11 Governments
3s 101Jf 4 > Cs 111 4s 122 Pacific i
Gs 125 Central Pacific 34 > < C C B
Q 2s3 4j Northern Pac 1811 preferred
York
42 Northwestern 95 New
Central 0034 Oregon R Navigation
68 Oregon trans Continental 133 Pac
Mail 613 Panama 98 St Louis and San
Fran 20w 5 Tex Pac 12J 3 Union Pac
I 108 West
48 Wells Fargo Express
ern Tnion 60 I
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Effect of English Affairs on Wheat
CHICAGO March HThe reported
heavy buying for foreign houses accom
panied by a sharp decline in English
consols has been sufficient to make trad
extraordin
ing in cereals and provisions
Great
arily active all the morning
interest as usual centers hi wheat
where transactions have been very large
in volume May wheat which closed at
81 last nighf opened at 82 rested
there for a few moments but upon
another reported decline in consols rose
rapidly to 3K fell back to 3 and is
again up to 3i < May corn has advanced
1292f
>
I to 3 May oats 31 May pork
May lard 710
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European Situation and Wall Street
NEW YORK March HStocks were
active and strong on reports from Europe
between Russia and
situation
that the
England is becoming more complicated
Closed strong
and that war is inevitable
at highest prices of the day ij
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The Markets
March 10 Wheat nervous
CHICAGO the entire session closing 3
excited
and of the day 77 cash I
uuder top figures
77 April 82 iIay82M June
March
1 9Q51 casn jiaim 38
Corn excited at 387fJcasIl
May
4242
April Oats firm at 28M March 28lf April
316 May
General Grant
10General Grants
NEW YORK March
He passed a
is favorable
condition night and slept
rather comfetabl6 time so far He has
of the
most
quietly not complained of pain for several days
Womans Rights
10Both Houses of
BISIrAECK March passed the
Legislature
Romans suffrage bill 4 r
Mer
25 cent Meal go tp
chants Fon the Lunch Best FH GRICE Prop
S WDnrlqC0
and Land Office Agents have
Insurance tearing down and
removed during the
of Swaner Cos premises
rebuilding
H Pembrokes station
to a room over Will be back about April 1st
A ery Notary store Public always in the office
Plastering J and Ornamental
FonFinest WYATT
JAMES
call
Work on
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premises connected
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in
the city water
with call on HEESCH
ordinance
the city
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ELLKHBECK No 49
FOREIGN
Intense Excitement in Eng
land
RUSSIA THREATENS WAR
Foreign Securities Falling
Under the News
WELLS MANIFESTO
England and Russia
LONDON March 10Tlie Times in an
editorial says Wo believe tho main
body of Gen Lumsdens troops have oc
cupied Robat Pass It is hoped that Gen
Lumsdens measures will prevent tho
capture of the key of India by a coup de
main If Russia is bent upon war she
has many vulnerable points If she
forces England to hostilities she cannot
imagine the struggle to be l confined to the
remote regions of Central Asia
A Persian paper says At a Cabinet
council at Cabul the Aineer and spveral
generals being present it was decided to
ask the English government to treat
with Russia for the restoration of Suli
Khatum and Penjdeh but not to make
Russian occupation a casus belli the
places not being of strategic importance
Sir Peter Lumsden telegraphs via
Meshed Afghan scouts report that a
small detachment of Russians advanced
to Nihalsheni the furthest southwest I
point on the HoriRud claimed for the
Russian frontier The advance does not
complicate the work of delimitation but
endangers collision with Afghans
ST PKTKKSIJURO March lOThe Noroe
Vremija expresses tho opinion that the
dispute on the Afghan question arose i
from an erroneous impression of England
as to the true positition of Russia in Cen
tral Asia England now recognizes her
mistake and wishes a modus vivendi to
avoid occupying Herat Russia will be
compelled to interfere for the sake of
prestige Russia will not surrender a
hairs breadth of her present possessions
nor will she abate her moderate demands
Other Russian papers have similar com
ments
The Russian Advance Confirmed
LONDON March 11 Financial circles
are excited over the official reports re
ceived this afternoon confirming tho re
port published in the Times this morning
to the effect that the Russian troops ad
vanced further into the Afghan Territory
The Russian government admits that
such a movement has taken place but I
asserts it was only intended for the pur
pose of seeking a more suitable position I
in case of war with Afghanistan It in i
ltuB3ffi11 ut HUH UK t1LAfghm8 ancl I
lision is imminEnt BrlL1 l11ILl
fallen elevensixteenths or 1 per ceIirj
and Russian securities 2 percent in con I
sequence of the above news
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Albania Rebeis
SALONICA March 1011 insurrection I
has broken out in Albania and all avail
able Turkish troops have been hurried to I
the scene A force of Turkish regulars
was defeated by the insurgents near j
Lyoumet At Prisrent the garrison was J
driven into the citadel by the insurgents I
the Austrian con
and is now besieged I
sul at Prisrend and the orthodox priests
have also taken refuge in the citadel I
The insurgents have cut the telegraph
lines in communication with the districts
in rebellion
It is Well i
LONDON March 10Count Von Mun
ster German Ambassador to England
I
has communicated to Earl Granvillo a
dispatch from Bismarck expressing sat
isfaction with Granvillos statement in I
Parliament German papers admit that I
Germany was somewhat to blame in the I
recent controversy with England inas
much as Bismarcks official dispatch of
the 5th of May last was evidently not de
livered to Granville
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TronbSe Brewing
ST PETERSBURG March 10 Viedmasti
says While Abdunahma is an inde
pendent ruler England is as little justi
fied in remonstrating with the Russian
movement of Alikahauoff as Russia 1
would be to lecture England on the
movements of Gen Lumsden Our right
to occupy Afghanistan is equalto that of
England so long as the meeting of
RawilRindi yielded no practical result
A Collision Imminent
LONDON March HThe Times states
the Russians have advanced further into
territory and a collision is
tbe Afghan
imminent The Afghans are prepared
to withstand the attack and the British
Sir
government has ordered General
a V tpm of
LUlllsuen IU orgaiuiu J
Peter
Ameer of Afghanistan has
defence The
requested England to fortify Herat so it I
can be defended by Afghan troops
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About that Flag
LONDON March 10In the Lords
Granville said that neither the English
Cabinet was aware that
the German
nor had been hauled down
English flag
the in Victoria The most
bv the Germans
friendly negotiations were in progress
between Germany and England in regard
to Colonial interests
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Clericals and Police
DE CHILI March 10Tho
SANTIAGO
here Sun I
Clerical party held a meeting I
which resulted in so much disorder I
day found necessary to call tho
that it was W
peaceW Stones and
police to preserve peace
other missiles were thrown Several per
sons wera injured
Ax official notification has been filed
with Secretary Thomas to the effect that
Geo T Odell is the authorized Salt Lake
of Russell Co an Ohio
representative
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corporation
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line of Double and
complete
A MOST thick Glass at prices to enit the
times Single at MASON Cos 225 W South
Temple Street
They Divide Up
BERLIN March HThe result of Count
Herbert Bismarcks special mission to
England relative to German interests in
Vest Africa are reported as follows Eng
land concedes to Germany the whole of
the Cameroon country with the exception
of the mission town of Victoria where
Germans are alleged to have hauled I
down the British flag England further
agrees not to interfere with any action I
Germany may take in the entire country
from the south bank of tho Rio del Rey
a small river emptying into tho Bight of
Biafra some distance to the north of
Cameroons to the Gaboon which enters
the sea near the equator Germany on
the other hand recognizes the supremacy
of England over the country lying be
tween the north bank of tho Rio del Rey
and Lagos This covers the basin of the
lower Niger
The Backbone Land Grant
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LONDON March 11 Childers Chan
cellor of the Exchequer stated in the
House of Commons this evening that the
government was uninformed of any fur
ther advance of the Russians or Afghan
I
istans nor did he believe any such
advance would be made
LONDON March HTho government
intends to build fifty stern wheel steam
boats for use on the Nile S
France and American Meat J
PARIS March l1It is stated that
Monsieur Fournier minister of com
I merce will ask tho Chamber of Deputies
to repeal the law prohibiting the impor
i tation of American moat This action
would be with the view of allaying the
feeling aroused by increased import duties
on corn I
Relief from Italy
BRUSSELS March HThe Tndcpcn
dence Beige announces in a dispatch from
Rome that Italy will undertake the relief
of Kassala A correspondent says that
plans for the necessary campaign are I
complete
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LONDON March HTho grant of r
20000 pounds made by the government Ito I
to the family of General Gordon was paid
over to trustees who will use it for the
benefit of tho family according to Gor
dons last wishes in such a way as the
Queen may direct I
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The Effect of the War Rumors i
LONDON MARCH 11Var rumors pro I
duced excitement on the Stock Ex
change which amounted during the
afternoon to state of semipanic
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Parnell Counsels Neutrality I
DUBLIN March 11 Parnell has issued I
a manifesto advising the muncipalitios of
Ireland to observe a respectful neutrality
regarding the approaching visit of thc
Prince of Wales
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A Poor Atonement
has invested twentrTnDnsanttiJottn c
Gen Gordons family
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War
LA LIBERT San Salvador March 11
War has been formally declared II I I
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Von Munster will Resign
BERLIN March llTho rumor that
Count Von Munster German minister to
England is about to resign is credited in I
high diplomatic circles S
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LONDON March nPrices on all con
tinontal bourses have fallen in sympathy j
I I with the feeling of the London Stock
Exchange The principal declines are i
among Russian and Egyptian securities I
looser Lumber YartL
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NOS 1 2 AND 3 DR HIGGINS CATARRH
r 4 Remedy is warranted to cure all cades if
directions are followed Office No 272 Mala
Street
GALL AT NO 272 MAIN STREET THREE
55 doors north of Clift House and see Dr
Higgins the Microscopic and Analytic Physic
ian the Specialist before taking medicine of
anyone else All orders by mail promptly filled
Address Dr C W Higgins No 1272 Main Street
Salt Lake City Utah
U S DEPOSITARY
Deseret National Bank
SALT LAKE CITY
Paid In Capital 3200000
Surplus 200000
II S Eldredpe President
Wm Jennings VlcePrest 1
Peramorz Little
John Sharp > Directors
Wm W S
Riter I
L S Hills Cashier
Jas T Little Asst Cashier J S
Receives Deposits Payable on Demand
Buys and Sells Exchange on New York Bait
Francisco Chicago St Louis Ornalic Loa
don and principal continental cities
Makes Collections Remitting Proceed
Promptly S
McCORNICK CO J
3ANBEES
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
And Hailey Idr io
Trnu act Erffi Description of Banking
Business
S
CORRESPONDENTS
Importers and Traders National Bank N Y
Commercial National Ilank Chicago Ills
Firat National Bank Chicago Illli
Chemical National Bank N Y
Omaha National Bank Omaha
First National Bank San Francisco Cal S
Kountze Brothers N Y
State Savings Association St Louis
Crocker Woolworth Co San Francisco Cal
I City National Bank Denver
T n JONES 5 J LYNN
T R JONES Co
BAr JKEBS
Salt Lake City Utah
Transact a General Banking Busiiiesa in
all Its Branches
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Exchange
Careful attention given to Collections and re
mittances made on day of payment
Long Loans made on City Real Estate at loW
rates of interest
Special attention given to the Selling of Ore
and Bullion of which Consignments are
kollcitcd S
Advances made on ore Base Bullion Gold
End Sliver bars shipped for refining
CORRESPONDENTS
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New York J B Colgate tt Co
Omaha Omaha National Bank
Chicago First National Bank
San Francisco Bank of California
Denver Colorado National Bank
Wells Fargo Cos
A General Banking Business Transartetl s
Foreign and Domestic Exchange bought and
old
Special attention given to the purchase and
sale of ores and bullion
Returns for collections promptly made at cur
rent rates S
Telegraphic transfers made and commercial
and travelers credits issued available In the
principal cities of the world
Having in addition to our Bank correspoml
spondents an Express Agency in almost every
town Wet of the Rocky Mountains affords na
special facilities for making collections and
executing commissions
Accounts of Banks and Bankers mercantile
and manufacturing firms corporations rain
ing companies stock growers and individuals
iY egi
received on favorable terms
CORREJPOXDEXTS S
New York Wells Faro Jc Co
j 8au Francisco Wellfl Fargo A Co
Boston Maverick National Bank
Chicago lerehantK National Bank
Cincinnati Third National Bank
Denver First National Bank
Omaha First National Bank
St Louis Boatmens Savings Bank
New OrleansLouisiana National Bank
Paris Lherbette Kane Co
London Wells Fargo Co
Respectfully
I J B DOOLY Agent
i
NO MORE
I
Sending Eas1
FOR
UNLAUNDERED
SHIRTS
We Will Give You The
BEST MADE
PRICE
ONE DOLLAB
A GOOD ONE FOR
Seventyfive Cents
Mail Orders Must bo Accompanied by Cash
Postage on Each Shirt 12 cents Money Ro
funded if Goods not Satisfactory
Rules for Self Measurement Furnished on
Application
W H YEAKJAItf CO
142 Main St Salt Lake City
Emigrants Attention
FOB
EST SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS
In Eatables and Groceries and Choice Cltars and
Tobacco call on
I
J J BcO1aD
I At the DEXVKK HOUSE opposite D Jt U G
Depot
I Mrs Dr Mll Mallorys
CIi1 LVIec11onJ Par1ors
No U W Third South Street second door
west of Clift House GENERAL PRACTI
TIONER Treats all Diseases Acute or Chrontu
Obstetrics Diseases of Women aud Children
Pneumonia Scarlet Fever and Diphtheria
given special attention by combining internal
Medicated
medication with our New Triple
Vapor Baths Can remove all poisonsmorcurlat S
lead syphilitic etc Invaluable to Consumpt
ive Office Hours 8 to 12 am and 3 to 7 pm
C W Mallory General Assistant
Ef References Messrs F Foote Assayer
George Davis Merchant
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
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