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VOL 1NO 38 S SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY APRIL 14 1885 FIVE CENTS
y
BUSINESS CARDS
umERSON IS LOCATED IN THE
RED AIE 1Iouse Main street
F oltI snlt Lake
TEILYTOCK DDS
f
sTThRMAN
cs f W1l TOCK DENTISTS WALker
IIAlAl Aiiasthetics administered
House
e ker OIera 111 oOlce
tered Te ephone
3 DR I1IGGINS CATAmUI
512 ASD warranted to cure a11 cases if
N 1 Remedy is followed omce No 2i2 Mah
kireetlollS are
Street
r 2i2 MAIN STREET THREE
LAT r O
XULA1 fin of Clift House and see Dr
t j oortU Microscopic and Analytic Physio
1liggin 1 Socialist before taking medicine of
Inn the Specialist All orders by mail promptly filled
anyone obe Dr C w higgins No 272 Main Street
ddress City lttih
Salt Lake
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
n WILDEH
E
En ineer
LVi1in
MINERAL SURVEYOR
DEPUTY
S p IT ini S and IIndcr round surveys with
A Mim
e a specialty
of i1I
drllwlngs o stairs Jones
drflfifc ° street up by
Co s 1111111 t S
F c MCHOLS
Dontist
OFFICE opposite Walker House Telephone
i Office Anesthetics given
jgcliool of SingioS
rlrR 1 B B YOUNG
AND
Mme Mazzucato Young
Lessons by the Term of 12 Weeks
On Mondays Wednesdays Thursdays and
Saturdays at Cal ers Music Palace
45 W First South street
ASSAYERS
M BISHOP
F
Assayer
Ill MAIN STREET SALT LAKE CITYUTAH
All work Carefully and Promptly Executed
T McVICKER
J
Aasayer
Under McCornicks Bank Main St
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
PRANK FOOTE
FRANK
< A is ay oar
JOQ SOUTH MAIN STREET SALT LAKE
10 J City Personal attention given to all
business
UT G M STEWARD
V
A a cvyox
10 E Second South Street PO Box 449
Under barber shop cast of U P Ticket Office
INSURANCE
Wm E SMEDLEY
Insurance Agency
COMPRISING THE
LARGEST and OLDEST
CC > 1ItP ANIES
In existence representing
Over 140000000
IN SOLID ASSETS
Losses Promptly Paid
OFFICE Over London Bank Build
ing main Street
LEWIS B ROGERS
INSURANCE
TIlE LION FIRE INSURANCE CO
Of London England Capital and assets
MG94993
ORIENT INSURANCE CO
Ol Hartford Connecticut Capital and assets
159555034
WASHINGTON F M INS CO
Of Boston Massachusetts Capital and assets
1551850
THE WYOMING
Hereford Association
OF WYOMING
Irate
1I1 opened a SALES YARD at the place for
nedy known as Pitts Gardens where can
> always be found
HIGH GRADE AND THOROUGHBRED
E3erefordSI
FOR SALE
GEO P MORGAN
General Mana er
THOS W JENNINGS
REMOVED TO
No 35 W First South Street
First door east of
DInwoodeys store
OXNERUD FIELDING
Contractors Builders
PRESSED 1 BRICK FRONTS A SPECIALTY
Salt Lake City Utah
NO DECLARATION YET
But the War Preparations arc Vigor i
ously Carried Forward
Russia Is Gaining Time While England
is Losing None
Gladstones Last Statement in the Com
mons This Afternoon
Graiivillc and the Porte
LONDON April 14 1130 a InCon
sols opened at 94 for both accounts
declined to 94jk recovered to 94 and
arc now 94 Russian securities opened
at 823g
In an interview with Earl Granville
Feluni Pasha said the Porte was unwill
ing to enter into an active alliance with
either England or Russia It is reported
that Earl Granville protested against the
adoption of any neutral policy employing
the closing of the Bosphorus to English
menofwar
TIlE RUSSIAN ADVANCE
LONDON April 14The government
has received a telegram from the English
agent at Meshed stating it is rumored
among the Afghans that the Russians are
at Marushak
The Standard complains of the delay
caused by communicating with Sir Peter
Lumsden The government it says
ought to depend upon its own accounts of
events and to ignore the account of the
Russian officers which are sure to con
tradict English accounts While we are
collecting evidence Russia is pushing her
troops forward and unhappily there is
nothing in the news from Russia to indi
n
cate that a collision will be avoided I
PRECAUTION AGAINST A POLISH UPRISING
VIENNA April 14The Russian Grand
Duke Vladimir has been ordered to Arch
angle to review the troops and the fleet
congregated at that post There is news
from Russian Poland to the effect that
the Russian police are searching all
chateaus and castles in Podolia and
Ukraine for arms and seize all they can
find unless the possessors hold a special
license to own them This is attributed
to a fear of a Polish uprising in event of
war between England and Russia
TIlE LONDON NEWS COMMENT
LONDON April 14Lord Dufferin has
informed the government that the Ameer
consents to the passage of British troops
through Afghanistan The Daily News
in an editorial this morning says If
General Komaroffsreport was the only
answer Russia would give there would
be little need of the formality of declar
ation of war Gnns would go off of I
themselves We have rather to fear
bland evasive answers
A WEAK STOCK MARKET
LONDON April 14The stock market
has a downward tendency Home and
foreign funds are weak
130 p mConsols now 94 for both
accounts this is below the closing fig
ures of last night
2 p mConsols for both accounts now
94 91G
230 p mConsols 943 for both
ROACH AND THE RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT
PHILADELPHIA April 14The Times
says John Roach has been offered
10000 more for the dispatch boat
Dolphin than this government hasagreed
to pay The offer comes from the Rus
sian government and Roach has de
manded an immediate answer to his let
ter requesting final payment by the I
United States
RUSHING ENGLISH PREPARATIONS
LONDON April Preparations for
war continue with increasing vigor A
force of extra workmen has been engaged
at the Chatham dockyard today
STILL SEEKING PEACE
PARIS April ltA special dispatch
from Berlin to the Journal des Debats
says England and Russia have sought
the good offices of Germany as mediator
in the Afghan difficulty and Germany
has not offered to act in this capacity
LONDON April 14 4 p mConsols
94 for both accounts This is M be
low the closing last night
AN IMMEDIATE CABINET SESSION
LONDON April 145 p mThe Cabi
net has been summoned to an immediate
council in consequence of the receipt by
the government of further important dis
patches in regard to the Afghan question
GLADSTGNES DAILY STATEMENT
LONDON April 14Gladstone in the
House of Commons this afternoon stated
that word has been received from Sir
Peter Lumsden which showed there was
no confirmation of the report that the
Russians had advanced to the lIurghab
river after the battle of Penjdeh Con
tinuing Gladstone said that the result of
communications with
the governments
Russia concerning the reported advance
amounted to a renewal of Russias assur
ance that no such advance will occur if
the issue of contrary instructions can
prevent it
A Clever Confidence Couple
A beautiful girl with large blue eyes
dressed
hair but shabbily
and golden
interested a large crowd of gentle
greatly tlemen on one of the East River ferry
emen
boats the other day by singing very sweet
and tenderly the wellknown hymn
ly Jesus lover of my soul As she concluded
welldressed
verse a large
cluded one
deckhand and ordered him
man called a She looked
her out of the cabin
to put
despairingly and burst into tears
around of Throw him
There weie cries
Let her alone Shame I
overboard who looked like a railroad
The large man insisted said that the deck
president and that the
hand was doing had hisduty ordered all nuisances
ferry company acknowledged that he
He
suppressed The murmurs of
of her
had complained around him
and anger arose
discontent seemed somewhat discon
at which he said
the girl
certed and approaching
matter sissy
Whats the
sick
pitiful story of a
Then she told her I
dead father no work hunger
mother a and her anxiety to get employ
distress Oh dont send me to prison I
ment down
completely
she cried breaking c abashed and the
The large man was and scornful again
crowd looked angry and to show his
He at once apologized immediately took
his blunder
regret for he dropped into his
which
out a 5 bill
the hat which was
hat Then he passed
filled with money After the passengers
soon the
had left the boat he joined
sengers off together He was
girl and they went
wellknown clever confidence man
a was his wife as
woman
and the young
clever as heN Y Letter
INTERSTATE COMMERCE
An Important Decision Kemlerei
Yesterday by the Supreme Court
WASHINGTON April 14A decision wa
rendered by the Supreme Court yester
day in the tax case of the Glouceste
Ferry Company plaintiff in error agains
the commonwealth of Pennsylvania in
error to the Supreme Court of that State
This was a suit begun originally in the <
Court of Common Pleas Philadelphia
for the purpose of recovering from the
ferry company New Jersey corporation
the amount of certain taxes levied upon
its capital stock by virtue of an act of
the legislature of Pennsylvania en
titled an act to provide revenue
by taxation passed June 7th 1879 The
Court of Common Pleas held that the
taxes could not be lawfully levied because
the ferry company carried on no business
in Pennsylvania except the landing am
receiving of passengers and freight
which is part of the commerce of the
country and is protected by the Consti
tution from the imposition ot burdens bj
State legislation It therefore gave a
judgment in favor of the company and
the case was carried on a writ of error to
the Supreme Court of the State where
the judgment was reversed and it is now
brought here for final review This court
in a long and elaborate opinion by Jus
tice Field holds that receiving and land
ing passengers and freight is incident to
their transportation across the river Del
aware the transportation as to passen
gers is not complete until they are disem
barked at the pier of the city to which
they are carried and as to freight until
it is landed upon such pier all re
straints by exactions in the form of taxes
upon such transportation or upon
acts necessary to its completion are so
many invasions of the exclusive power
of Congress to regulate that portion of
commerce between the States How the
conflicting legislation of two States on
the subject of ferries on waters dividing
them is to be met and treated is not a
question before this court for considera
tion Pennsylvania has never attempted
to exercise her power of establish
ing and regulating ferries across the
Delaware river any one so far
as her law is concerned is free
to establish such ferries as he may
choose she merely exercises the right to
designate the places of landing as she
does the places of landing for all vessels
engaged in commerce The question
therefore respecting the tax in the
present Case is not complicated by any
action of that State Concerning ferries
liowever great her power no legislation
DII her part can impose a tax on that por
tion of interState commerce which is in
volved in the transportation of persons and
freights whatever be the instrumentality
ay which it is carried on It follows that
upon the case stated the tax imposed
on the ferry company was illegal and
void The judgment of the Supreme
Court of Pennsylvania is reversed and
he cause remanded for further proceed
ings in conformity with this opinion
The Chief Justice notified the bar that
the court will adjourn for the term on
May 4th and will hear no arguments
liter April 24th
BRITISH MARKETS
The War Feeling Booming Up
Wheat An Advance of Twenty
Shillings Per Quarter Pre
dicted
LONDON April 14The Mark Lane
Express in its weekly review of the Brit
ish grain trade says The slight rainfall
has brought the spring grain well forward
The imminence of war between England
and Russia has caused native wheat to
advance from 3s to 5s The actual busi
ness done has been very small Sales of
English wheat during the past week were
42809 quarters at 33s 3d against 47770
quarters at 37s 9d during the correspond
ing week last year It is believed that
from threefourths to fourfifths of the
English wheat crop of 1884 has already
been marketed and that the millers hold
but little stock These conditions to
gether with the small reserve of foreign
wheat andthe fact that half of the 3000
000 quarters of foreign breadstuffs on pas
months off
sage are from two to four
would warrant the belief that the position
is sufficiently elastic to bring about an
advance of 20 shillings per quarter within
the week should war be declared Values
are so low there is plenty of room for such
an advance without making wheat dear
How long such an advance would be
maintained would depend upon the action
of American speculators during the next
two months jft present trade is experi
encing extreme tension which deters
both buyers and sellers from operating
Foreign trade is greatly excited on account
The market is in
count of war rumors
Foreign wheats since
state of suspense
Easter a have advanced fully 4s Flour today
firm American corn sold at
day was very
round corn was
24s an advance of Is 6d
Barleys were Is 6d dearer Oats
showed scarce an advance over a fortnight ago of
and were Is Gd 2s dearer
2s Beans ppos
At wool saleitoday 9758 bales of Port
Philip and Sydney were sold The market
was steady
LIVERPOOL April 1412 30 p m
active demand
Wheat is again firmVithactive
higher holders however offering
freely prices California No1 advanced from
7s Sd7s lOd the closing price of yesterday
California No
terday to 7s 9d7s lid
Gd7s 8d
from 7s 5d7s 7d to 7s
2
5d8s
and red western winter from 7s
Idto7sl0d8s3d
BITS of gossip concerning Miss Kather
ine Bayards famous fancydress continue
to echo through the columns of the press
The latest is in letter from Washington
Miss daughter of from
called herself Queen Hortense but was
facetiously named Democratic Simplicity
Her dress
present
who was
by some wag
it might be calledwas made
dress
if transparentfleshcolored cash
of a sort of
without any linings The corsage I
mere around the waist four
belt
was simply broad a trimmed with white pearl
inches inchwide
held in place by
It was
fringe shoulders Pink silk
the
ribbons across completed the upper part of the
mittens and clinging
The skirt very scant
toilet of the pink cashmere
demitrain
was a about halfway between
at one side
looped up knee and hip worn over
tween the right lady is a half
pink silk tights The young hairf air complexion
blonde with Titianesque figure In this
ion and a round plump absolutely nothing
costume there was
left to the imagination
drink and the best I
I IF you want a good Saloon I
of liqors go to Business
THROUGHOUT THE LAND
The New York Tenement Catastrophe
Due to Gross Criminality
The Afghan War Cloud Booming the
Chicago Markets
The Prince and Princess Wales Trav
eling to Cork
The Chicago markets Lively
CHICAGO April 14The conditions
were all of a bullish tendency at the
opening on change this morning The
Russian war cloud appeared more omin
ously threafening them over and British
consols were reported at the lowest
point at which they have yet been
quoted In addition the visible supply
showed a large decrease and crop re I
ports were no less gloomy The market
in consequence is again very strongJune
wheat advancing to 94 with few sales
and as high as 94JC but o erings at these
figures were large and with the advance
in consols the market fell back ij to 3f
then up to 33 now 3 May wheat
opened at 92 now 91 bnying orders
from outside are again large and based in
a large measure it was asserted on the
bad crop outlook Corn firm at 471
for May oats 36 for May Pork 1240
for May lard 705 for May
The wheat market closed excitedly
higher with eager buyers at top figures
and with a feeling of great strength ap
parently prevailing 9U cash 92
May 95K95K June 972 97X July
CornStrong higher 48M cash 49J4
May 49X June
Oats Strong higher 3G36 May
30 June
Whisky 1115
Accidents to New York Firemen
NEW YORK April 14At a fire early
this morning in Iluisers piano factory a
number of members of the fire depart
ment were at work in the building when
the second floor gave way and all on it
were precipitated to the cellar The men
were Samuel Reed Brice Grier and fore
man Colby Lieut ORourke and Fire
men Thos Duffy Edward McGowan
Hugh McBride and Dorman The unfortu
nates were picked out as quickly as pos
sible but all had sustained bruises and
contusions of more or less seriousness
Calls for ambulances were without avail
and the men had to be carried to Roose
velt hospital on a truck McBride is
expected to die
I 1 I
New York Stocks and Finance
NEW YORK April 14The market II
opened tame this morning and developed
no new feature during the first hour
First prices generally were uregular but
in many cases a fraction higher than last
evening grangers of New York City
being prominent for advance First prices
were immediately followed by a decline I
which extended from 3 to 3d Lake I
Shore and Pacific Mail were among the I
weakest on the list while grangers were
well held
Bar silver 17 stocks dull with range
of fluctuations limited At noonprices
generally were a fraction higher
Precautions Against Cattle Fever
FORT ELLIOT Texas April 14The
citizens of the Pan Handle district of
Texas and the Pan Handle stock associa
tion as a safeguard against the Texas
cattle fever have pledged their individual
and united efforts to prevent the intro
duction of or passage through the Pan
Handle of any cattle raised or wintered
south of the Texas Pacific Railway and
east of a line running south from Red
River with the eastern boundary with
the counties VeIl barger Bayler Throck
morton and Shackleford to the Texas
Pacific road
Rumors Kegarding the Pope
ROME April 14The periodical rumor
I
> to leave Rome is
of the Popes intention
again current The marked favor shown
the ultramontaine Cardinal Oreglia by
rather
the Holy Father is interpreted
proof that this time the report
hastily as a
This much is
of credence
is
worthy
Cardinal
true Leo XIII has counseled I
the proposal to Gamer
Oreglia to present
of the next
to a meeting
lingo arrange
conclave outside of Italy should the
Italians attempt the slightest interference
nomination is
with its labor Oreglias
very disagreeable to the Quirinal
I With Kiel
Peace Negotiations
I
OTTAWA Ont April 14Mr Royal
simultaneously I
turned yesterday and
set afloat
with his arrival a rumor was
arrangement had been made by
that an under
which conflict with the halfbreeds
Riel would be avoided It is reported today
that negotiations looking to peace
I day opened yesterday by telegraph be
tween were General Middleton and Louis Riel
I and ceeding that such negotiations I are still pro
The Blue Jacket Coming Back
WASHINGTON April 14Admiral Jou
ett telegraphs that no further trouble is
apprehended at the Isthmus and says it
is useless to keep so large a force there
unless the rebels show signs of continuing
their devastations Should the marines
return Admiral Jouett will still have a
force of about 600 men to protect Ameri
cans and American interests
In The Soudan
SUAKIM April 14Tile British cavalry
have visited Ohio eight miles beyond
Handoub No hostile Arabs were en
countered and water was found to be
The country appeared to le
plentiful
The Arab population
entirely open
The
sell supplies to the English
freely
have occupied Arafah on
Italian troops
the Austri bay Red Sea and have hOIsted
the Italian flag alongside that of Egypt
J
Movements of the Irtahdi
DONGOLA April 14Deserters from
report that the rebels
the Mahdis army
have evacuated Berti and Metemneh and
that the garrisons of those two placeshad
respectively to Berber and Khar
gone Numbers of Bishareens are leav
toum ing Osman Dignas country and taking I
their families to Berber i
For fashionable suit of clothes or
anything a else in the tailoring line at
most readable prices go and talk to
H F CLARK I
Old Herald building I
Criminal Carelessness in Building
NEW YORK April 14 Eight five
story tenements on the south side of
Sixtysecond street between Tenth and
Eleventh avenues fell yesterday after
noon while efforts were being made to
brace them up that the yielding founda
tion might be made secure
With daylight this morning it was easy
enough to see the cause of the terrible
accident in Sixtysecond street yesterday
The buildings fell because there was
simply nothing to hold them together
Buddensick the builder of the tenements
that fell has constructed block after
block in the neighborhood of yester
days accident Phillip Hausman build
er said The houses fell because they
were rotten They were built of refuse
Look at the bricks that were being used
They are not bricks but halves and
quarters and chunks of bricks poorly
burnt the miserable offal of a brickyard
There is no mortar on them at all The
stuff used in laying the walls was simply
wet dirt
Gangs of men have worked all night
on the ruins of the eight fallen tene
ments in West Sixtysecond streetbut
turned up nothing but bricks and broken
timbers No dead or injured have been
found and there are no signs of life
about the ragged heaps of the wreck
The firemen are of the opinion that there
are bodies in the ruins Hope grows
stronger however that this may not be
so Neither at the hospital nor at the
police station had any inquiries been
made for missing persons up to 10 oclock
this morning
Demonstrations to Vales
DUBLIN April 14The Prince and
Princess of Wales on their way to Cork
today received an enthusiastic reception
atLismore In the counties of Cork and
Waterford three hundred labor
ers presented aji elegant address of
welcome At Dungarvan when the train
bearing the royal party passed all the
vessels in the bay lowed their flags At
Kilmathoms when the royal party went
by a black flag was hyisted over Temper
ance hall but the looalists made good
demonstrations The Prince and Prin
cess then went to Curragmore in Cork
Most of the streets were spanned by tri
umphal arches and a majority of the
houses were adorned with flags in honor
of the advent of the royal Visitors
I
Grant Feeling Good This morning
NEW YORK April 14From midnight
until 6 oclock was quiet in Grants
house When the General arose
his throat was treated while Dr
Douglas was writing the first bulletin in
the library At 6 30 a m the General
walked into the room and sat down near
the physician When the bulletin was
finished Dr Douglas read it to General
Grant and said Is that right Gen
eral Yes thats right responded
the sick man He brightened with the
morning hours and at one time remarked
he felt better than he had in two weeks
A Chicago Blaze
CHICAGO April lotThe fivestory
stone building 83 to 89 Wabash avenue
burned this morning The building was
occupied by five firms as follows Smith
Patterson photographers supplies
McLean Retterer hardware Dean
Foster Downey druggists sundries
Schett Co toys Lowenthal Kauff
mann Co tobacconists The loss is
almost total fully 200000 insurance
nearly equal
A St Louis Sensation
ST Louis April 14A sensation was
caused at the Southern Hotel this morn
ing by finding in a room a trunk contain
ing the headless body of a man with a
note within the trunk saying So perish
all traitors to the great cause The room
was assigned March 30th to Walter H
Lennox Maxwell London England
Excitement in Cairo
CAIRO April 14The feeling of indig
nation here over the forcible suppression
by Egypt of the French newspaper the
Bosphore Egyptian has reached such a
dangerous phase as to threaten serious
disorders The guards have been doubled
in the city and the troops are now con
fined to the barracks
I
France and China Not Yet at Peace
LONDON April 14Despatches from
Shanghai received this afternoon state
that there is a hitch in the final arrange
ments for the execution of the definitive
treaty of peace between France and
China owing to some concessions which
China asks and which Patre Notre the
French ambassador refuses to grant
For the best 25 cent meal go to Mer I
chants Lunch F H GRICE Prop <
I
The Magnet
We are now prepared to accommodate
our customers and the general public with
fresh Salt Lake City Beer at 5cts a glass
20cts a quart The Billiard and Pool de
partment is separate The bar is well
I
stocked and we will always be pleased to
see our old friends and new ones
RUSSELL Co Props
SAMPLING MILLS
JCCOEKIMCo
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U T AB
ORE SAMPLING MILL
Ores and Bullion Carefully Sampled
THE
ATTENTION GIVEN TO
SPECIAL Ores and Bullion Mill South Tem
sale
J
between Utah Nevada and Utah
PIe Central Street Railroad Depots Office over London
Bank of Utah front room
PIONEER
Ore Sampling Mill
AND
Assay Office
Situated at Sandy Utah Controlling also the I
1
Park City Sampling Mill
The Oldest and Most Reliable Samp
pling Mill in Utah
SANDY UTAH
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DRUGS AND CHEMICALS
BOLIVAR ROBERTS W A NELDEN
ROBERTS NELDEN
DRUGS
AND
Assayers Goods
We offer to the Trade the Largest and Best Stock of
Drugs Assayers Material and Toilet Articles
to
Druggists Sundries
SUrgical I21S1 rU XlCnts Etc E1 c
Ever Brought to this Market
Ve are Agents for all the Leading Lines of Goods we carry and can offer Better
Prices than ever given before
Entire Drug Stores Furnished at Five Days Notice
We are Never Undersold
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220 Main Street Opposite Postofflce Salt Lake City Utah
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Groceries
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