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VOL 1NO 34 SALT LAKE
VOL CITY UTAH THURSDAY
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directions iN Hemedy arc is followed Office No 272 Main
street
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U doors north Microscopic aud Analytic Physic
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On Mondays Wednesdays Thursdays and
Saturdays at Calders Music Palace
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NEWS OF THE DAY
A Turkish official proclamation has
denounced the Mahdi So let the false
Prophet beware
Tammany has indorsed the energetic
action of the Administration in defending
American interests on the Isthmus of
Panama
Richard Grant White the noted
author died of inflammation of the
stomach at his home in New York yes
terday
The Army of the Potomac will have
a grand reunion early in May Many
prominent representatives who wore the
gray will be present
American inventors will not exhibit
at the London Inventors Exhibition as
anticipated preferring to wait for the
American Exhibition in 1886
The publication of General Grants I
sickroom gossip is deplored by his best
friends Some of the statements are very
offensive to the Grant household
The Wyoming Cattle Convention ad
journed yesterday The principal pro
ceedings of the convention were given in
the DEMOCRATS dispatches on Monday
evening
Nevada made her debut in Chicago
last night and met with a hearty recep
tion being recalled three times The
Opera Festival promises to be a great
success
In response to a petition of the Grand
Army of the Republic Cleveland yester
day expressed himself favorable to keep
ing old soldiers in the employ of the Gov
ernment
Cramer U S Minister to Switzer
land has been recalled His champion
ship of the crank Salvation Army has
been derogatory to the dignity of the
United States and his recall meets with
general approval
An Australian thumper under the
title of Prof Wm Miller challenges Sul
livan for the championship of the world
He offers to lick the winner of the Butte
tournament if his expenses are paid to
come over here to do it
Dublin students 1000 strong
marched in the streets of that city yester
day in the procession and sang God
Save the Queen The Princess Wales
captured the populace by an ingenious
rusewearing of the greenand was
loudly cheered
The war feeling in Russia is now in
the ascendant and a declaration of war
with England would meet with the pop
ular approval By diplomatic delays
Russia is endeavoring to put everything
in good shape for the struggle which is
believed to be inevitable
The Canadian troops in the North
western campaign are having no picnic
With the mercury 20 below zero and the
wind blowing across the prairies at the
rate of 30 miles an hour the Kanuck vol
unteers begin to wish Riel in a much
warmer place than they are in
Last nights dispatches report nothing
authentic about the death of Barrios
Rumors from Libertad made mention
of a fight on the San Salvador frontier
but no definite information had been re
ceived The general opinion is that Bar
rios has not yet received his quietus
0
The report of a battle being fought on
the Murghat river between the Afghans
and Russians is confirmedbyour despatch
today giving full particulars of the fight
in which the Afghans were defeated
The AngloRussian complications are now
serious and the London financial market
is in a very unsteady condition
Sullivan and Ryan have signed arti
cles to meet and fight it out in Butte
Montana June 16th Popular enthu
siasm will run high on receipt of the in
telligence of the signal honor conferred
upon Butte but how will the Butteites
get around the antiprize fighting law of
the last Legislature If the fight comes off
and the law is enforced the crack sluggers
will both find themselves in the Montana
penitentiary
The owners of the Chicago roller
skating rinks in view of the adverse I
criticisms lately made upon those places I
associa
of amusement have formed an
tion and adopted rules for their mutual
protection The rinks are not to be
longer than two hours and
kept open
special occasions
ahalf at one time except on
casions no race is to be fora greater dis
tance than five miles and no intoxicants
are to be sold and in case of improper
conduct on the part of any skater ho is to
be refused admission to all of the rinks
Itis an ill wind that blows no one
any good England has given orders for
10000000 pounds of canned beef in
Chicago equal to 20000 beef cattle
of iron pipe and
and for large quantities
machinery in New York Europe Asia
and Africa are the scenes of immense
which threaten to
military preparations
No
at moment
lead to outbreak any
one with human feeling wishes for war
pestilence and famine abroad yet there
the fact that such misfortunes
is no use denying
for
fortunes would create a demand
American products
The News In San Francisco
Euro
SAN FRANCISCO April 9The
created sharp panic in
pean war news a
the prices of the produce exchange this
wheat
morning At the midday bpard
opened at 140 25 cents over the closing
prices of last night dropped to 14124
rose to 140 and finally closed 14234
Frelingnuycii Dying
NFWARK N J April 9ExSecretary
Frelinghuysen passed a restless night
and his condition is regarded > worse to
day
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DONE WITH DIPLOMACY
The Russians Attack and Bout the
Afghans on the Mnrghat
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Intense Excitement in London The
British Cabinet in Session
Grave Complications Looked for Be
tween Russia and England
Almost a Financial Panic
LONDON April 9il 30 a InThere
is great depression in financial circles
here this morning It is but too evident
that the leaders of the street now feel
that war certain Console which closed
last night at 97 716 for both money and
account open this morning at 913 for
both Russian securities are about as
weak as they well can be having declined
three points since the close last night
12 SO p mConsols have made further
heavy declines and the feeling upon the
street is decidedly panicky Consols are
now quoted at 95 for both money and
account Russian securities made a fur
ther decline of three points
There is great excitement in the Lon
don Stock Exchange amounting almost
to a panic over the news of the fight in
Afghanistan Which is regarded as equiv
alent to a declaration of war Foreign
funds are demoralized Russians are
quoted at 82
11 08 a mThe feeling is slightly
better and consols Lave advanced to 95J
for both money and account
130 p m Consols have receded to
95 for both
PARTICULARS OF THE AFGHAN FlOUT
ST PETERSBURG April ItThe Official
Messenger publishes the following this
morning General Komoroff reports
that in consequence of hostile manifesta
tions by the Afghans he was compelled
to attack them The Afghans were posted
upon both banks of the river Kushk in
fortified positions The fight occurred on
the 30th of last month The Afghan
force consisted of 4000 men with eight
guns and they were defeated with a loss
of 500 All the artillery two standard
banners the entire camp outfit and all
the provisions of the Afghans were cap
tured The Russian loss was three
subalterns and ten soldiers killed and
twentynine wounded I
MORE SERIOUS THAN REPORTED
LONDON April 9Baron de Staal Rus
sian Ambassador believes that the fight
ing in Afghanistan is even more serious
than has been reported in the different
press despatches M Lessar in an in
terview today said the Afghans caused
the fight by attacking a number of Rus
sian pickets and driving them from their
posts The Russians then retaliated
when a general engagement ensued
When the fighting was ended General
Komoroff returned across the river to the
positions he had formerly occupied Gen
eral Komoroff also reports that some Brit
ish officers who had been eyewitnesses
but not participants in the engagement
appealed to the Russians for protection
when they saw that the Afghans were
beaten but unfortunately he says the
convoy which he immediately despatched
to the relief of these officers was unable
to overtake the Afghan cavalry who
carried the British away with them in
their flight
THE AMEERS PLAN OF CAMPAIGN
VIENNA April 9It is learned from
St Petersburg that the Ameer of Af
ghanistans plan of campaign in connec
tion with the English army in case of
war with Russia is about as follows
The Ameers troons are divided into
four corpesdarsheone of which re
mains in Cabul while the other
three have taken up positions against the
Russians The three corps embrace 27
800 men 8800 cavalry and 116 guns
These three corps darmee stand at pas
ent at Herat in Tochtapel and in lIes
pul Together with the troops in Colon
the Ameer has an army of 67000 men
RUSSIA HAS MOBILZED
two divisions which have been sent to
transCaspian Indicative of the feeling
in Caucassus it is asserted that Mussel
mans there are convinced that Turkey
stands on the side of Russia This notice
is the first positive information received
here from those regions In diplomatic
circles here there is much disgust re
specting the relations of Russia to Eng
land Fears are entertained of the nego
tiations taking a grave turn
TIlE LONDON TELEGRAPHS ADVICE
LONDON April 9The Teleqraph has
published a fourth edition which was
on the streets a little before 2 oclock this
afternoon This states that the gravity
of the news from the Afghan border has
not been in any degree diminished by
advices received the government The
I telegraph wire to Meaner has been cut for
some days The Telegraph has a dis I
I patch from Allahabad which states that
General Komaroff after his victory occu
pied Penjdeh which has long been held
by an Afghan garrison The Telegraph I
fell in
officer
expresses fear that a British i
the rout at Penjdeh
now THE AFGHANS FOUGHT
LONDO April 9Russian securities
continue to fall rapidly A dispatch to
the Times from Gueron dated April 3d
states the Russians while making a pre
of their out
text of changing the position
posts on the Afghan frontier attacked
Penjdeh March 30th and drove the
The
out of their positton
Afghans Afghans stubbornly resisted their assail
ants The weather was wet at
the time of the attack which
rendered the muzzleloading guns
of the Afghans useless Two companies
held one position against the Russians
The
until its defenders were all killed
Afghans retreated to Marauchak in per
order The Russians made no per
fect
suit The Snrnhks remain neutral but
camp Tho Rus
the Afghans
plundered losses are said to be great The
sian Afghans
British officers remained until the
effected their retreat when they
ghans the camp of Sir Peter Lumsden
joined Russian bonds of the issue of 1873
which closed last evening at 90 > now
at 80
quoted
Office has received TO official
Indian
The concerning the battle
dispatches
ficial and Afghans Gen
the Russians
between dispatch published in
KomarofPs
eral
has been tele
Messenger
graphed the Official to each member of the cabinet
graph mConsuls are
LONDON April 9 3 p m
now quoted at 95 for both r
THE CABINET IN SESSION
94 1l1Th Cabinet
April p
LONDON the result of
and
council is now sitting
Jv S
s
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its deliberations is awaited with great
anxiety
GLADSTONES STATEMENT
LONDON April 9St Petersburg
merchants have telegraphed their agents
at Paris not to consign goods for them via
the Balticsea in English vessels
The Parliament reassembled today
after the Easter recess In the House of
Commons Mr Gladstone confirmed the
intelligence of the battle between the
Russians and Afghans and said From
information which the government have
received of the fight the Russians
have apparently been guilty of
an unjustifiable attack on the Af
ghans England has demanded from
Russia full explanations in regard to the
affair In conclusion he said that the
government had received no information
corroborative of the report that the Rus
sians had occupied Penjdeh
TORONTO Ont April 9The news of
the battle between the Russians and
Afghans has created great excitement
here and newspaper bulletin boards are
I
surrounded by groups of people Old
soidiers are preparing for active service in i
accordance with a notice posted up last
week at the pension office
LUMSDEN WILL HOLD HERAT
LONDON April 9The government be
lieves that General Sir Peter Lumsden
British Afghan boundary commissioner
is at present at Herat which he will for I
tify and hold if necessary against the
Russians The ordinary defenses of I
Herat are reported to be in good condi I
tion It is stated that the promised or
ders to have the Russian advance stopped
which M DeGiersx Russian foreign
minister gave assurance he would
send were so managed that they did not
reach the headquarters of Gen Komar
off Russian commander at the front un
til after his attack upon the Afghans
GOOD NEWS FROM GRANT
The General Much Improved Mes
sage From Queen Victoria
NEW YORK April 9 830 a m Gen
eral Grant slept eight hours during the
night and awoke feeling much refreshed
Pulse 64 and reasonably full tempera
ture normal
The Grant household was quiet and
undisturbed all last night Between 11
oclock and midnight General Grant fell
asleep and except by coughing occasion
ally his sleep was continuous until I 7 a
In ° At that hour he aroused himself and
took nourishment After the morning
treatment of his throat the patient walked
about his room His mind was clear at
the waking The Generals condition is
so favorable today that the physicians
deemed immediate medical attendance
not necessary through the entire day At
4 oclock a consultation will be held and
until then no bulletins will be issued
At 10 oclock Senator Chaffee left the
house He said the anodyne was admin
istered to General Grant at 9 oclock I
and he was sleeping when Mr Chaffee
leftNEW YORK April flThis correspond
ence has passed
Aix LES BAINS April 8 1885
Jrs Grant and Cen Grant New York
I
The queen who feels deeply for you in
your anxieties commands me to inquire
after General Grant
Signed MARCHIONESS OF EIY
The following reply was sent
NEW YORK Abril 9th 118
far hioness of Ely Aix Les Bains I
Mrs Grant thanks the Queen for her I
sympathy and directs me to say General
Grant is no better I
Signed COL GRANT
The Queens message was received last
night and the reply was sent today I
how They Do It in Chicago
CHICAGO April 9The situation grow
ing out of the close municipal election
contest in this city has been complicated
by the theft of the ballot box of the third
precinct of the third ward The box was
stored in a livery stable on Twentysecond
street where the balloting occurred but
the storeroom was broken into and the
box carried off The precinct returned
575 for Smith and 266 for Harrison and
the theft is supposed to have been for the
purpose of concealing some irregularities
The matter has been placed in the hands
of detectives and it is rumored that some
guilty parties are known The Republi
cans have decided to contest Mr Har
risons election and Mr Harrison declares
he himself wishes a recount and says he
beliovos a recount will increase his
majority I
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Maplesons Jugglery AVitu Nevada
CHICAGO April 9Tho published
statement is not made that when Miss
Nevada a prima donna of Maplesons com
pany first appeared in New York she
was to receive 1000 a night but when
she at first failed to score a success
Mapleson reduced the figure to 300 In
n Francisco she proved a drawing card
and compelled the impressario to allow
her 1000 Arriving hero she was again
notified that her salary was again reduced
to 300 Just before the hour of the pre
sentation of the opera last night it is
stated she refused to appear unless the
full figure was allowed and that Maple
son had to give her the amount to pre
vent a change of opera at the last mo
ment
THe Muss III Panama
WASHINGTON April 9 Captain Norton
commanding the Shenandoah informs
the Navy Department that he has landed
about 150 men in Panama for the pro
tection of Americans interests Secre
tary Whitney replied Your duty is con
fined to protecting the railway and steam
ship companies property the lives and
property of American citizens and so far
as your force permits keep the transit
open In conflicts bqtween local forces
you must not participate nor show favor
or disfavor to either a
I Now York Stock Market Booming
NEW YORK Apri 9The stock market
opened with a boom first prices being
generally from X to lH higher than
they closed last evening This was fol
lowed by further gains of 7 4 to J a in some
of the most active stocks including
Grangers Union Pacific and Missouri
Pacific Better prices were accompanied
b decided increase in activity which
bv continued a until nearly 11 oclock when
a fraction and trade
the prices yielded
slackened At 11 oclock the market was
at shade
and prices steady a
fairly active
below the best figures of the morning
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AT HOME AND ABROAD
The Crown Prince Austria Scared by
a Lunatic
jtfapleson Attempts Mare Jugglery with
Emma Nevada
Tho Bold Barrios Dead Beyond AU
Doubt
Excitement in the Chicago Markets
CHICAGO April 9There was a panic
on change at the opening this morning
produced by the exciting news from Lon
don and St Petersburg to the effect that
fighting had already occurred on the
Afghan frontier A rapid decline in con
sols indicated a crisis of some character
but the exact nature and real purport of
the intelligence is not known to grain
traders They went in blindly however
I on general principles and May wheat
which closed last night at 83 rose by
stages of J 7f cent at a jump to S8M
where the market rested for a moment
and then under free offerings and partial
subsidence of the scare prices dropped off
nearly two cents to 86M then rose again
to 867 and are now quoted at 865 but
with a very feverish feeling still prevail
ing and prices fluctuating wildly All
other markets took on the same expitpl
tone though in a modified manner
CHICAGO April 91 p m Tradingin
all cereals continued heavy up to the
close and the closing figures were close
to the highest paid during the session
Wheat closed at 85J8 cash 87 May j
90 June
Corn 43 cash j 44 May 443 June j
Oats 33K May 33 June
Whisky 115
Scaring the Crown Prince
BRUSSEL April 9lfuch excitement
was caused in the city this morning by a
report that an attempt had been made to
assasinate Prince Rudolph Crown
Prince of Austria The report i
arose from an incident which
occurred to the prince on one of the pub
lic streets He and the Count and
Countess of Flanders were on their way
in the royal carnage to the cathedral to
I attend the Te Deum celebrated there
i today in commemoration of the fifty I
fifth anniversary of the birthday of King
Leopold a man who was in a state of
I I
I great excitement when he saw the car
riage approaching rushed wildly at it
and with his naked fist smashed
in the window The incident pro
duced much excitement on the
street and at the cathedral wither
the story of it soon traveled
much exaggerated The man who at
tacked the carriage is unknown to any of
its occupants He was unarmed and is
I believed by the police to be a lunatic He
I is in jail awaiting examination
Barrios Certainly Dead
WASHINGTON April 9 Secretary Whit
ney today received a dispatch from Com
mander Mahan of the Wachusett
dated La Libertad Salvador which says
Barrios is certainly dead Nicaraguan
troops entered Honduras routing the
enemy who retreated in disorder towards
Guatemala A telegram from Zaldivar
to the authorities here says Mexico will
make a formal alliance with Zaldivar I
expect this will end the trouble without
anothershot Probablyboth armies will
march on Guatemala City
M Peralta Costa Rica Minister to
day received the following cablegram
from the President of Salvador dated
Santa Ana
We confirm the complete victory at
Chalchuapa and the death ofPresident
Barrios and his son Don Venan io
Signed ZALDIVAR
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I Another Virginia Bank Busted
i NORFOLK Va April 9The Farmers
Bank of this city did not open at the usual
hour today and a notice is posted on the
door stating that the bank has made an
assignment to Walter F Irvine for the
benefit of its creditors The bank was
seriously affected last spring by the fail
ure of H I Hardy Son New York
and was enabled to tide over that emer
gency by assistance from the Exchange
National Bank of this city which sus
pended a week ago The condition of the
banks affairs will not be ascertained un
til later in the day
The liabilities of the Farmers Bank
are almost a quarter of a million assets
not stated The cashier says he expects
to pay in full The assignment of all the
property of the bank is made in the in
terest of its creditors All of yesterdays
deposits will be returned
Sacred from the Lightning
WASHINGTON April 9While a heavy
storm was passing over the city late yes
terday afternoon the Washington monu
ment was struck three times by lightning
without causing the least damage Col
Casey examined the aluminum tip this
morning with a powerful telescope and
found it as sharp and bright as when it
was placed on the summit
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BRILLIANTS
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No life
Can be pure In its purpose and strong in its
strife
And all life not be purer and stronger thereby
Owen Meredith
Of avarice I cannot see
Ages
be
What color ground or reason there can
It is not folly when the way we ride
Is short for a long journey to provide Denham >
Re is the greatest artist then
Whether of pencil or of pen
Who follows nature Never man
As artist or as artisan
Pursuing his own fantasies
Can touch the human heart or phase
Or satisfy or noble needs
Longfellow
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