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I VOL 1NO 131
HEN UE Y CELERY BEEF IRON
USE
DR HENLEYS
Celery Beef and Iron
The Great Nerve Tonic
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Ct110 in onsos of JSroU
rtltia NorVoUsI10SS
SlooP1oSSX10SS 10
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LjcIifaticx1 Jaan
uor anc1 1la1ariaJ
DiBoasos
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For Sa1o nt an Drug i
istB at < > 10 Jollnr a iI i
Sottlo I I
Bo > sure and see that the name of Tut I
1 Cox A Co or the Celery Beef and
lrlln Fxtract Co is on each bottle
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BUSINESS CARDS
t r fA C < CTSX
I V i STS A
lJ I peneral Transfer business to and from
IC Leave orders nt Remington Johnson
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UCHEtfTcLOCKS AND JEWELRY KE
t rarcd Adolph Hauerbach 16ElstSth
IILU ANDERSON REAL ESTATE BRO
i r and Notary Public Rents houses col
and interests loans money at low
M3 out deeds mortgages etc Houses
it for ale in all parts of the city Office
1 Salt Late House No trouble to show
rUes
I lAVFlNGS STAR EXPRESS HAS BET
O ter facilities for moving Pianos fine
ir etc than any one and if you wish
n 1 ae with care and dispatch call on
3 a No 1n Main Street Telephone No 13S
< ds c j Jght handled Orders promptly
J Uo
iHl L JAPAN BAZAAR A LARGE
t E new1 Imported and Fancy Goods
ma i < < f every description New
i J v ally Prices reasonable
p re II p No Vain street Postoffice Box
lir
YU 1 2A1NU J liR HIGGINS CATARRH
x reicdy ja warranted to cure all cases If
fttrs are follavc 1 Office No 272 Main
YCt
I kLL AT N j 27 MAIN STREET THREE
l doors norch Oil ft House and see Dr
fl r iS the Micro pf and Analytic Physic
i the Spe ipllt l e e taking medicine of
yuie e ie il 01 ler by mail promptly filled
Uiress Dr C W Higcins No 272 Main Street
Jt Lake City 0h
FOR SALE
I AtE FAMIilIE
1 with Buggy and Harness Price very low
Udress Holconib P O Box 62S Salt Lake
i y
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
v
1 1 8
J
3Doxati6Jt
Herald Building opposite Continental Hotel
West Temple Street
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
A S CHAPMAN J L WHVTOCK DDS
1HAPMAN J WHYTOCE
C
Jon1is1s
Walker Opera House Anoosthotics adminis
tered
Telephone in office
T C NICHOLS
F
Don1is
OFFICE opposite Walker House Telephone I
a Office Anesthetics clven
L1 BEDOLFE
M
cici1 En i23ar I
ul United States Deputy Mineral Surveyor
Room 19 Commerce Block
1 OBoxl9C
P B WILDER
3VEixzi2is E3xLsi aooc I i
t ND U S DEPUTY 1QNERAL SURVEYOR
11 Mining and underground surveys with j
drawings of same a specialty 1
Office 139 Main street up stairs by Jones I
J Bank
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ASSAYERS
FftGSTE7 I I
Aesayer
YO 141 SOUTH MAIN STREET SALT LAKE
A > lty Personal attention given to all bust
ur F M BISHOP I
Assayor
101 I MAIN STREET SALT LAKE CITYUTAH It t I
All work Carefully and Promptly Executed
I McVICKER I
I
Assayor i
Under McCornicks Bank Main St
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
V G M STEWARD
Assayer I
10 E Second South Street PO Box 449
ruder barber shop cart of U P Ticket Office j
BOOKBINDING
Jg V FOHLI
S
Bookb1ndor i
Periodicals to me
Send your Magazines and
them bound in I
Ra3 you can depend on having
a good style Low Prices E V FOlILIN
No 26 S Main Street
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INSURANCE
LEWIS B ROGERS
INSURANCE
THE LION FIRE INSURANCE CO I
H I London England Capital and assets I
4694993 I
ORIENT INSURANCE CO
Of Hartford Connecticut Capital and assets I
5159555034
WASHINGTON F M INS CO i
Of Boston Massachusetts Capital and assets i
1551SrQ
OFFICE At Safe Deposit Vaults Union Na
tioflal I Bank I
E I Snufi JAMES TUCKER H W SELLS
SELLS Q JPr > COi
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
JaU1WBER
FIOOHING RUSTIC
SIDING LATHS
SHINGLES PICKETS i
WINDOWWEIGHTS NAILS i
DOORS WINDOWS MOULDING j I
A Specialty i
Prices to Suit the Times I
ORDERS FOR RED PNE SOLICITED I
call on us before purchasing elsewhere
112 v Firht South Street Oppesitc I
i i
14th AVtird ABBcmbly neeII
ITHE FAMILY FAREWELL =
r A Sad Sunday Scene
at the Hmllt
Cottage on Mehegoi
i
Mrs Grant and tIw Family Gather
I Around the Dead Tor the Last
Time
I
j The Solemn Memorial ServIccHiAinoiiK1
the Illustrious Dead of West
I minster Abbey
An Affecting
j Scene at the Cottage
MOUNT
McGiiKGOR August t
alhis has
I been a memorial day at tho Grant cottage
I and the family has been Bayhrg farewell to
i i the dead This afternoon the widow asked i
that Dr Newman should be sent for When
1 bo came Mrs Grant reminded the pastor i
I that her dead would be hers only a little I
while longer and asked him to bo with the
family while they gathered in the cottage I I
i I parlor to say their farewells Thus it was
that about 2 oclock Mrs Grant and her
daughter and each of her three sons and I
their wives were
IN THE BOOM WITH THE DEAD
Dr Newman and wife were also present I
The family surrounded the catafalque Mrs
Grant from a table brought her dead bus
bands Bible which she opened and passed
to Dr Newman it was found the Book was
opened at the eleventh chapter of Job A i
chapter was read mId the clergyman then j
recited the IGtb and 19th
verses and then a
prayer for of gratitude was offered up gratitude II j
1 THE BEAUTIFUL CHARACTER 01 THE SILENT ONE
After this the entire family alone with their
t pastor entered with him into a religious
conversation and then each and all dwelt
upon reminiscences recalled of the Generals
last sickneas Dr Newman after carefully
scanning tbe Generals face expressed satis
faction at its appearance and an opinion
that the remains are in a condition of per
feet preservation
1 POUOHKEETSIE August 3Tho time table
1 of General Grants funeral train has been
issued The train will leave Albany at 1230
p m and arrive at the Grand Central depot
in New York nt 5 p m
ST LOUISANS IN THE PBOCES3ION
ST Louis August 3Mayor Francis bas
i i appointed a delegation of thirty leading
I citizens to go to New York to take part in
the solemn ceremonies of next Saturday
The delegation will leave here Wednesday
in a special Pullman car The Mayor has
also asked twenty prominent St Louisans
now in the East to meet his delegation at
the Fifth Avenue Hotel Friday and join
them in paying a last tribute to Grant Gen
Hancock bas been notified of the appoint
ment of the delegation and requested to
I give it a suitable place in the procession
LYING IN STATE TODAY
MOUNT McGnEOOii August tln accord
I auce with tbe desire of Colonel Grant the
I body of General Grant will lie in state at I i
this place from 12 to G oclock todaj
Clerk Clark of the House of Representa I
tives wishes all Congressmen who desire to
attend General Grants funeral to telegraph I
him at Washington so that General Han
cock may be advised and provision made for
them in the line of procession
TilE WESTMINSTER ABBEY BEHVICKS
The Duke of Cambridge Commanderm
Cbief of the British Army the Marquis of
Lorne General Lord Wolealey and M3tart
nez Chilian Ambassador to England have
Signified their intention of being present at i
the Memorial services in honor of General
Grant at Westminster Abbey tomorrow I I
Gladstone also says he will go if his health i
permits The Prince of Wales and the 1 J i I
Duke of Connaught will be represented by
equerries The Duke of Argyle John Bright I i
and many other distinguished gentlemen I
have written letters expressmg regret at their I
inability to attend
WESTERN RIVERS AND HARBORS I
The Expenditures and Improve
ment Made During the Past
Fiscal Year
WASHINGTON August 3 Captain Pajson I
of the corps of engineers has submitted his
annual report on improvement of the rivers
and harbors under his charge in California
to General Newton chief of engineers The
work on the Sacramento and Feather rivers
during the past fiscal year bas consisted of I
snagging operations and has cost 29525 I
and 220511 remain available The river I
has greatly improved but much trouble is
apprehended for the present fiscal year on
account of the lack of snow in the past
winter Forty thousand dollars are asked for
the next fiscal year For the improve
ment of the San Joaquin river 30
443 were expended during the past
fiscal year 553 remains available and 40
000 is asked for the next fiscal year For the
improvement of Humboldt bay and harbor
4958 was expended 3541 remains avail
able and 5000 is asked for the next year
For the improvement of Mokelmuna river I
4900 was expended during the past fiscal
year 3541 remains available and 5000 is
asked for next year For the improvement
of the Colorado river Nevada California
and Arizona 15741 has been expended dur
ing the past fiscal year 9285 remains avail
next fiscal
able and nothing is asked for thenext
year I
Catholic CoiiNecratioii Pittsburgh 1
PITTSBUBO August 3The RightRev
consecrated I
erend Richard Phelan was today
CoAdjutator Bishop of the Catholic diocese
of Pittsburg and Tutelar Bishop of pry ia
The ceremony which was very imposing
Pauls Cathedral and was
in St
took place
Archbishop
witnessed by over 5000 people
of Philadelphia officiated in the consecration
Ryan and Bishop Watterson of Colum
secration Ohio delivered the oration Visiting
bus were present from
clergymen and prelates
country There waft no
of the
all parts here but a Co
in the Episcopacy
vacancy of
account
Adjutator became necessary on I
the long illness of Bishop Quigg jI j I
4
Pertaining to COIINUN
platters
WASHINGTON August 3A prominent
State Department official says the reorgani
service will be com
zation of the consular
There is said to
next
pleted about January
inclination among businessmen I
be an increased I
the South American markets
to enter
men
entering the new territory
and consuls upon such reports of the
to make
will be expected
country as will be valuable
resources of the trad
in deciding upon
business men
to the Some severe com
lug with those states consuls in South
ments are being made upon America About 200
Central
America and to be filled The
consular posts yet remain salaries I
paying
majority amounting are small agencies to not more than 1000 Ii
or fees
each I
Where He IK
EatlierBStay I
Would I
0 August 2111 the Hibbs
PORTLAND at Victoria Justice Crease 4 i
case Saturday the prisoner to
gave judgment surrendering United States authorities
the custody of the retained counsel and
Hibbs however has appealed to the Supreme
will be
the case wu v
Court nt Ottawa i
Weeks 4 Clearances I j
Last clearing
3The leading
BOSTON August total
the
States report j
United
of the I i
houses August 1st at
of the week ending j
clearances of one per cent com
735912 519 a decrease corresponding week a year t
pared with the I
ago
I
SALT LAKE CITY T
UTAH
tA MONDAY AUGUST 3
I
Cleveland and III Cabinet Sum
uior Vacation
WASHINGTON August aIt in probable
that the President will visit
Albany after
the funeral of
General Grant and before he
goes I ol Ibo mountains
who will Secretary Maiming
spend the
j Watchhill Conn month of August at
I will probably il with his family
y
accompany him to Al
bany It
is expected
I mar and AttorneyGeneral Secretary La
Garland
remain in Washington during the Presi will
dents
I Cabinet absence Other members of the
will take
a vacation
Owing to the
illness of Mrs Bayard it is not expected
I that the Secretary of State will spend much
of the
I summer season Washington Sec
j rotaries Whitney and Endicott and Post
masterGeneral Viias will spend most of
the
summer at their homes The two
former will make short visits to Washington
whenever their presence is required It is not
definitely settled when thoPresidentialparty
party
will leave
I Washington for New York but it
I will be either Thursday
or Friday of
I this week most likely the latter day
The XVur Kuiucr in Chicago
CHICAGO August 8Wheat ruled firm
early on war rumors but fell back and closed
weak 87K cash 80c7
September 8254c
October
Corn steady 4534ijc cash August 41i3c
September 4545 > > > jjo October
Oats firm 450 cash August 45c Septem
ber 45c October
Whiskey 115
Itivestiffatiiiff the Navy I Department
WASHINGTON August Secretary Whit I
ney has appointed a board of officers com
posed of Commander B H McCalla and
LieutenantCommander Chas J Train and
Lieutenant B H Buckingham to convene
at the Navy Department on the IGth inst
for the purpose of considering and reporting
upon the general system of the administra
tion of the business of the department
I In Honor of nioscs ITIontcfiore
I
NEW Yomt August Representatives of
J various Jewish congregations met last night
for the purpose of perpetuating the memory
I of the late Sir Moses lIontefiore An organ
i ization was effected by the election of ofli
I cers and it was stated that 10000 had al
J t ready been subscribed toward the erection
of a monument to the renowned philanthro
I pist It is intended to erect the monument
I or statue in Central Park
Sick Frenchmen in Toiiquin
PABIS August itThe French troops in
i 1 Tonquin arc suffering terribly from dysen
j tery and fever Deaths now average twelve
j per day Tbo Temps commenting on this
f urges the government to recall the troops
who have served eighteen months
The Late Ulalidis War Plan
SUAKIM August arho Maluli selected
I Abdullah for Southern Soudan Osman
Digna for Northern Soudan Senussi for
I Egypt and Mollab Abdullahmau for Kordo
fan and Darfur to continue the war and
appropriated 2000000 piastres therefor
rOIJ DEXRY PASSES THROUGH
I The New Minister < o China Slops
Over to Visit An Old Friend
In Salt Lake
Colonel Denby the recentlyappointed
United States Minister to China who slopped
over Sunday in this city to visit his friends
I
Mr and Mrs William C Browe left for San
Francisco on the evening train While here
he visited all the principal points of interest
I in company with Mr Browe who is an old I
I time acquaintance of the Colonels The
Lake Tabernacle and views along the drives
of the city impressed him most favorably as I
I being unsurpassed by any likesized city of
tbe Union Colonel Denby has for many
years been one of the most prominent mem
bers of the Indianajbar and was delegate at
large for his State to the convention which
nominated Cleveland and Hendricks While
in China he will be located at Pekin
I
An Exciting Sunday Runaway I
Mr M R Evans owns the fastest horse
I
in the city without a record At about
dusk last night he drove with his wife up in
front of the Opera House where she alighted
and he then turned up to a post in front of
Clasby Lowes to hitch Somehow tbe
sorrel nag rubbed tbe bridle back over his
head and then started across Main street to
Fifth East at lightning speed A hundred
spectators watched the flying rig until it
passed out of sight in front of a cloud of
dust On reaching Fifth East street the un
manageable and frightened horse ran
into a telephone pole opposite George T
Wallaces residence freeing himself from
the cart and leaving Mr Evans stunned
senseless underneath the vehicle which
tipped back and pinioned him to the ground
Several ladies came to the rescue and the
unconscious man was taken to the homo of
Mr H W Spencer where he shortly came
to The cart is the only thing laid up for
repairs The horse was caught and returned
uninjured while Mr Evans received a few
bruises about his body and had the skin
peeled off his nose the size of a postage
stamp
The Romance of a Rose
In an article on moss roses Land and
Water tells a very curious tale as to the discovery
of the variety known as the White
Provence covery La Blanche or Unique Mr Dan
iel Grimond of Little Chelsea nurseryman
was on a journey of business in the county
of Norfolk exactly 110 years ago when rid
leisurely along the road he per
ing coived very a rose of great whiteness in a mill
discovered
He alighted and on close inspection
covered it to be a Provence rose He sought
interview with the inmate of the mill
who an was an elderly woman and begged a I
flower which was instantly given to him
The old lady must no doubt have been
considerably surprised at being in turn presented
In cutting off the
sented with a guinea
flower so runs the tale which has been recorded
of
corded by the late Mr Henry Shailer
Fields Mr Grimond cut three
Cattersea and on arriving at the nearest inn he
buds
the flower and sent it directly to
packed up
Chelsea addressed to to his foreman who
was no other than the father of the same
h 1L the n t n iwo
Mr Shailer wbo now relates e story
following
the buds grew and in the
of
Norfolk
the florist went down to
i autumn the whole stock for five
and bought
again was then allowed to
The foreman
I propagate guineas it and for doing so was paid
5s a plant for three years At the expiration
were sold out at a
that time the plants
of the foremans share of the
guinea a amounting piece to 300 Not the least
profits
of this pleasant little romance
pleasant part is the fact that the old
rose
of a
mance the unconscious discoverer
who had been
lady secret in horticulture was
of a grand
coverer the proceeds
by receiving out of
gratified handsome pres
undertaking a
of the silver tankard and other
ent consisting of a
plate to the value of 60
was indeed a
SIR MOSES MONTEFIORE
whom there was no guile a man
Jew in
delighted to honor He
whom princes to do with the remarkable
change had more of feeling in England towards his I
still suffering from me
dieval race which prejudices was when he came into I j I I
public notice than any other one man i I I
whipping post law has
arylandwliiPPiflg I
THE
I
pffectuallvYquelched the Baltimore wife
squelched I I
effectually their
wives are enjoying i
But the
beater The Baltimore papers almost I
time now day give the name of some hapless
every for 1
appealing to the police protection
husband aSst combativeness of his I I I
the
tection against spouse The Jqngpin m Mary I I
nnrl pugilistic just 33oyiS the rout pgpin I
ifc OJ
It
I NEARLY AMllE OF FLAME
Fire in Toronto Yesterday Itslroys
Over n Millions Worth ClI
Property
I
I Wharves and Warehouses Burned and
the Shipping Blazing the
on RiverA
I i
II I a
I A Fear That Several Lives May Have
llecn Lost In the Conflagration
I
A Hot Sunday in Toronto
TORONTO August 3CA fearfully destruc
tive fire commenced about 1230 this morn
ing in a largo brick building erected by the
Toronto Sugar Refining Company on the
esplanade A strong wind was blowing from
the east and carried chunks of the burning
timber along the esplanade igniting the
wooden buildings as far west as five or six
blocks In a short time
NOTHING WAS LEFT OF TlUi SUGAR EEFINKHY
But tbe walls and the fyuoko stack The
buildings of Saulter Evans Heakes Gun
sell and Abbottson all boat builders Reed
Co and Welch JJ Co lumber merchants
Carrie Martin k Co boiler makers and
other buildings are in flames and unless
the wind changes the whole south side of
the esplanade will have to succumb Sparks
are flying and lodging on the roofs of large
warehouses on Front and Wellington streets
and fears are entertained that several of
them may take fire The fire brigade are
and have been working manfully but their
efforts seem powerless The streets are lined
lned
with thousands of people
THE LOSS WILL BE ENORMOUS
Many schooners are burned to the waters
edge The fire is now half a mile in length
TOHONTO August 4The work of destruc
tion on the esplanade still goes on having
reached the foot of Yonge street all the
intervening buildings and wharves having
been burned to the ground The Great
Western freight shed formerly a passenger
station on the north side of the esplanade
is in imminent danger and is expected to be
in flames every moment
BCnOONEHS AND STEAMBOATS IN A BLAZE
i The steamer Chicora is getting up
steam to go out into the lake The steamer
Ontario began to tow out the steamer
Mazeppa but a schooner blocked the way
and they could not get out The Mazzepa5
has caught fire and all three will have to
succumb to the flames Unless the wind
changes the whole south side of the esplan
ade an far as Union Station will undoubt
edly perish Showers of sparks are being
cared to the opposite side of the street
and if the buildings there catch fire there is
no saying what immense damage will be
done The lire brigade is absolutely power
less
I is feared that Watchman Worth of the
sugar refinery factory has lost his life as he
has not been seen since the fire started
Wm McCallum sailor of the schooner Annie
Mulvey is dangerously burned about the
head Several elevators coal yard schooners
ferry boats warehouses and many boat
houses are among the property destroyed
I THE LOSS IS NOW OVER A MILLION DOLLARS
5 a mSo far the fire has been unable
to cross the gap between Scott and Yonge
Street wharves but it is completing the de
struction on the path it has traveled A
hurricane has just sprung up from the north
east which threatens to drive the fire across
the street to the man partof the city but
the buildings on the north side are burned
so nearly the ground that unless the main
part of the city catches from sparks it is
I thought to be safe
430 I mThe fire is now under control i
I i impossible to obtain the losses and I
insurance yet
The fire last night was the most destruct I
ive that ever occurred in this city An hour
after i broke out in the eightstory glucose
factory the flames extended for half a mile
along the south side of the esplanade
Scores of vessels of all kinds were moored
along the docks and all were destroyed
Henry Wort private watchman is known to
have perished in the flames
THE MOST EXCITING SCENES
Were on the crafts at the docks The crews
were cut off by the fire from the docks and
as the vessels caught fire they were forced to
jump into the water and swim for their
lives So rapidly did the fire spread that
small boats were consumed before they could
be launched and the sailors m the
water had to depend upon their own
strength until the tugs from outside
could pick them up As it was many of
fatally them were badly scorched and it is feared
No exact loss or insuranc can yet be given
but the loss is estimated at over a million dol
aIrs The glucose works were valued at 2Or
0 The schooner Annie Milloy valued
at 250000 was burned to the waters edge
Among other buildings burned were a num
ber of boat houses and warehouses on the
river front and coal docks A fleet of ferry
steamers four in number at the foot of
Church street was destroyed I
Public Feeling Over Kiels Sentence
OTTAWA August 3The conviction and
sentence of Louis Kiel is the allabsorbing
topic today Orangemen and English sub
jects generally consider it a righteous judg
ment while among FrenchCanadians con
siderable excitement and indignation is
manifested
ToRoNTo August STho verdict of the
jury in the Kiel trial is looked upon here a
a just one and the Opinion is freely ex
pressed that Riel should suffer the extreme
penalty of the law
The fjUtcut London Sensation I
LONDON August 3 The latest society sen
sation in London is caused by the announce I
ment that Lord Chief Justice Coleridge is
whom he
about to marry an American lady
first met on the steamer on which he re
turned from the United States three years
ago and who threatened to bring an action
for breach of promise if he did not marry
her So society is much agitated over the
approaching event His lordships sons and
daughter are said to be very angry
A Humored Fight on the Afghan
I Frontier
LONDON August Advices from Kierhan
via Teheran dated July 22d say it is rum
ored that a conflict has taken place between
Ocd the Russians and Afghans near Meruchak
believed
Whether true or false these rumors are
lieved on tre the frontier Jmmerous Afghan
traders have been expelled from Askabad
owing to the prevailing irritation J
I
5piithiitbC Irish Vote
I A Split II tlC Irsh
rnA August 3At a large meeting of
branch of the league today
i the suspended leage
I a resolution of defiance of the central com
adopted The latters action is
1 mittee attributed was to the supposItIon that the Talee
I branch would in the general election suc
Ii candidates and
t Parnells
cessfully oppose Parels
i I vote for the candidates of Davitts party
I Mon
tJieQUeC11S0t Nobody to
Why thedueen
j tefiorcs Funeral
having
LONDON August 3The Queen
the date of the funeral of
misunderstood Sir Moses sent nobody to attend
the funeral in her behalf as she had intend
ed to do She has sent to his relatives a let
her regret at the circum
stance ter expressing reget
Settling the fculf i ar Pass Question
Setlng 3tford that Eng
BBUSSELS August S11cl says Eg
land bas consent to Russias proposal to
laave the Zulfikar question to be settled by
a joint boundary commission
E
> j
f ttu it t < +
1885 4 FIVE CENTS
Fearful Mortality From Cholera
MADRID August 8Li the whole of Spain
Saturday there were reported 3820 new cases
cholera and l44i deaths
The military governor Granada linn sue
cumbed to the pestilence I
Cholera is raging in a convict settlement
at Carthagena HettlpJll
The number of new cases of cholera
throughout Spain yesterday was cboler i317 j
deaths 13G4 I this city there were thirty
seven new cases and twentythree deaths re
n < ts < l
ported
Violent Storms in Spain
MADBTD August 3 Storms of great vio
lence swept over the central and northern i
part of Spain yesterday destroying much
property and in many places utterly ruining
the telegraph lines Many persons are re I
ported to have been killed
Fumigated and Suffocated i
MADRID August 4Time Corrmprmdenria i
Es2iana reports that five persons were suffo I i
cated while 1 house was being fumigated
at Jnen I
The cholera continues to spread to new
provinces I
Au Affair of Honor
TBESTE August SIn consequence of a
political quarrel an Austrian and an Italian 1
army officer fought a duel in the suburbs of
this city yesterday The Austrian was mor I
tally wounded
BADGER AND BYWATER
A Hot Day in the Tabernacle Ora
tory Perspiration and the
game Old Stor
There was a very meagre attendance at
the Tabernacle yesterday afternoon com
pared to the gatherings of a year ago
The apparent loss of interest is attributed
to many causes The extremely hot
weather now pervading the city has un
questionably forced a great many to pitch
their tents outside the walls of Zion in
secure spots beside still waters
Yesterday the audience was sprinkled
with a great many visitors and it is sel
dom that so large a turnout of babies is
seen I being so very warm the side
doors were thrown wide open to admit
what little fresh air there was astir
astr
Several of the bishops and elders occu
pied the pulpit and the old beaten path
was gone over again as though a new pro
gr mme was being presented to the lis
teners After a hymn hy the choir
Bishop Woplley followed with prayer in
which gracious thanks were tendered for
the many blessings enjoyed today hy the
Latterday Saints who have settled here
amid these mountain tops as spoken of
by the prophet i
Rodney Badger began the main talk of
the afternoon by a few apologetic re
marks and wound up his sermon with
the old ole story He said he was young
and inexperienced but was born and
reared in Salt Lake from Mormon parents
and had learned the true principles of
this gospel from investigation I might
look strange to an outside person for a
young man to be called from the body of
the house for the first time to speak but
to a Latterday Saint there was nothing
strange about it I is not strange that
a young man born and sur
rounded as he had been in the
midst of Mormonism should profess to I
believe in the gospel of the Latterday I
I Saints which he observed is opposed by
the outside world The principles of I
this gospel were revealed from God I
through Joseph Smith for us to receive J
I advocate defend and practice to en
noble ourselves and prctce The out J i
side world do not understand these things
or they would not oppose us I is easier I
to believe error than truth and men
practice that which degrades because it
is popular rather than the principles of
truth so unpopular here A person join
ing this people and coming here must
banish all associations of former friends
They must sacrifice all their means oven I
life to be a true Latterday Saint The II
Mormons are always happy and con
tented because of the revealed gospel
which shall never be destroyed nor
the kingdom and priesthood taken
away How could the Saints of
two hundred thousand strong stand
up firmly and defy all opposition facing
prisons and death itself if the principles
of this gospel were not true Conflict is
not sought but if we could honorably and
honesty shake the responsibility from
our shoulders it would be done but we
cant for we did not originate this work
I the position we are in today was the
result of our action it would be different
and instantly cleared away but coming
from God we would be cowards to shirk
the fight We are not desirous of over
throwing this or any nation but we
would follow out our mission in elevating
the gospel I
George GK Bywater occupied a few
minutes in likening the Mormons to the
apostles and followers of the Savior He
said the ancient disciples were the dregs
of society and chosen from the lowest I
ranks of le anc labor in the vineyard
Today in a land of boasted religious
liberty to worship according to the dIC
tates of conscience the spirit of persecu
tion and tyranny is manifested This
preacher took his listeners away back I
through a smattering of ancient history I
recounteu the customs and habits of the t
Jews and Romans and closed after talk
ing for more than hal an hour in the i
most elaborate and longwinded expres
sions imaginable
Dan Sully iu The Corner Grocery
Tomorrow night at the Salt Lake Theater
Mr Dan Sully and h company commence
an engagement with the comical screed en
titled The Corner Grocery Of the piece
the New York News says
has made the biggest kind
Mr Dan Sully ha
I of a hit in h play The Corner Grocer
Pastors Theater The best
at Tony
I dence of the hit is in the fact that hundreds
from the doors
of persons were turned away
last week
evening
theater
the every
of
I Those who were so fortunate as to get in
I j screamed with delight during the two hours
and a half which it took to show the doings
I and the tribulations of his
I of the bad boy ad trhulations
The
father Michael Nolan Mr Dan Sully
I play will probably run all summer
I Attention Fish and Game Society
Mention was made inSaturdays DEMOCRAT
j powder is being used
of the fact that giant
in the mountain steams to kill the trout
It and the following confirmatory evidence is
from the Park City Record of Saturday
wish to call the attention of the Fish
We atention
Society to the fact that giant
and Game extent inmost
used to a fearful i
is being
powder beig in this vicinity and
most of the streams
steams tell
river Fishermen
the Provo Fiiheren
particularly the banks are strewn with small
I us that unless something is done
miles and
trout for killed by
will be
in the stream klled
all the fish wl
al fh detectives
to
fall The society ought place detectves
Te a
streams and keep
the different trout stream
on derent fishmongers wagons as
weather eye on the fhmonger
without doubt the ones who do or
they are
have done the giant shooting
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BOLIVAR ROBERTS
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ROBERTS NELDEN
DRUGS
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Assayers Goods
We offer to the Trade the Largest and Best Stork of
Drugs Assayers Material and Toilet Articles
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Druggists Suhdries
Surgical
Ins1irUD3ents Eto E1 c
Ever Brought to this Market
We sire 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
UVrite for rice e > r send A Ttla1 Ordoir
220 3Iain Street Opposite Postofflce Salt Lake City Utah
KELSEYS REAL ESTATE LOAN COLLECTION AGENCY
Lewis P Kelsey
SUCCESSOR TO ELI B KELSEY
REAL ESTATE LOAN COLLECTION
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OfficeNo 25 and 27 E First South St
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I
i CRANT MEMORIAL SERVICES
AT
LIBERTY PAR
Salt Lake City August 8th 1885
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I The citizens of LTtah Idaho Montana Wyoming and Nevada arc respectfully
invited to join with the soldiers and citizens of Salt Lake City in the Memorial Service
to General Grant to be held in Liberty Park Salt Lake City Utah on August 8th
1885 Arrangements have been made with the Union Pacific Denver Rio Grande
WesternUtah Central Salt Lake Western and Utah Nevada Railroads to sell
tickets at half rates for that occasion See advertisement below Bodies of citizens
or orders or organizations coming from our neighboring cities or towns are requested
to notify General P E Connor the Marshal of the Day of their acceptance of this
invitation so they can be assigned their position in column in the line of march to
Liberty Park where the Memorial Services will be held
EDMUND WILKES
GEORGE M SCOTr
FRANK HOFFMAN
Committee on Invitations
Special rates have been asked for from the Central Pacific Railroad and a favorable
reply is expected
The Union Pacific will make a rate of one fare for the round trip from Green River on
the east Ketchum on the west and Tintic on the south and all intermediate points
Tickets on sale August Gth good going until and including August 8th good returning
until August 12th
THE UTAH NEVADV It It COMPAUT >
SALT LAx CITY July 29 1885
This Company will reduce its rates to the following low figures to allow all patriotic
citizens along the line of its road to come to the city to participate in thE Grant
Memorial Services August 8th 1885
From Terminus to Salt Lake City and return 200
From Tooele to Salt Lake City and return 175
From Halfway House to Salt Lake City and return 150
From Lake Point to Salt Lake City and return 75 cents
Tickets good going August 7th and 8th Good returning August 10th 188T The above
are less than half the regular rates
Yours truly
S F FENTON
Genl Frght Pass Agent
UTAH CKUTBAII RAILWAY COMPANY j
SALT LAKE CITY July 21 1885 C
Special Rules for Memorial Day
The D R G Western and Utah Central Railways will sell excursion tickets at all
1 stations on its line to Salt Lake City and return at single fare for round trip on August 7th
good to return until and including August 11th
FRANCIS COPE
S W ECCLES
Genl Pass Agents
Columbia River Salmon
EASTERN WESTERN and LOCAL
25 TEST S FISH
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FISH L Y
FISH j S JK M m3 JCZK I FISH
Fresh Daily Wholesale and Retail
HOTELS and FAMILIES SUPPLIED
JOHN H FREEMAN 324s 8th East
P D SPRAGUE
Passenger and Baggage Transfer
fo and from nil Trains to any Hotel or
Private Residence in the City
i Orders received at White House through tele
nhone Xo 152 or left on slate
tIT ORDERS GIVEN IKOMPT ATTKXTI < > V
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i Salt Lake Armory I
SINCE THE FIRE
1291V Second South Street
OPPOSITE Tilt LTA JiLOLK
Pool Billiards Shooting
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KELLY BROTHERS
Have removed their Bookbinding Establish
ment to
South St
No 46 IV Second
I Central Dock next to Opera House where
boy will bo pleased to see all their old friend
and manyriew ones
All work flrstclass Prices way down

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