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rOLe 1NO 139 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY AUGUST 13 1885 FIVE CENTS
HENLEYS CElERY BEEF IRON
VSE
DR HENLEYS
Celery Beef and Iron
The Great Nerve Tonic
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I > iseases
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Be sure and see that the name of Tut
hill Cox < t Co or the Celery Beef and
Iron Extract Co is on each bottle I
1
BUSINESS OARDS I I i I
AE TlI S DAY G T
1 l out the Livery business of George W Hall I 1
and ama prepared to continue the business at I
the old stand Stables on West Templo street I
nearly opposite the Herald office Neat rigs at I
reasonable prices I HAZELGROVE
August SLim 1885
F K CLUTE DRAYMAN TRANSACTS i
E general Transfer business to and from
Depots Leave orders at Remington Johnson
do sATCHES I
IXTATCIIES CLOCKS AND JEWELRY KE
f v paired Adolph Hauerbach ICE 1st 8tju j
TRED ANDERSON REAL ESTATE BRO
i ker and Notary Public Rents houses col I
lects rents and Interests loans money at low
rates makes out deeds mortgages etc Houses
and lots for sale in all parts of the city Office
in old Salt Lake House No trouble to show I
properties
HASTINGS STAR EXPRESS HAS BET
D I ter facilities for moving Pianos fine I
Furniture etc than any one and if you wish 1
moving done with care and dispatch call on
him at No 141 rain Street Telephone No 138
All kinds of freight handled Orders promptly I
attended to
HINA AND JAPAN BAZAAR A LARGE
CHINA of Imported and Fancy Goods I
always on hand of every description New
goods received dally Prices reasonable t
Hong Hop No 2C7 Main street Postoffice Box j
No 1063 i
TOS 1 2 AND 3 DR HIGGINS CATARRH
No Remedy is warranted to cure all cases If
directions are followed Office No 272 Main
Street
I tALL AT NO 272 MAIN STREET THREE
CALL north of CUlt 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 272 Main Street I
Salt Lake City Utah
FOR SALE
L l AgOOD FAMILY HORSE
jj with Buggy and Harness Price very low
Address Holcomb P O Box C28 < < Salt Lake
Cit
PROFESSIONAL OARDS
J B KEYSOR
oL2tiut
Herald Building opposite Continental Hotel
Vest Temple Street
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
i S CHAPMAN JL WHVTOCK DDS
CHAPMAN WHYTOCK
OHAPMAN
Den1is1S
Walker Opera House Anaesthetics adminis
ercd
Telephone in office
i C NICHOLS
F
DexLtit
OFFICE opposite Walker House Telephone
In Office Anesthetics given
ir II BEDOLFE
11
OiViL Engineer
And United States Deputy Mineral Surveyor
Room 19 Commerce Block
p OBox 19C
T7i B WILDEU
E
nVLisoixxB Daaasiaaoox
4 ND U S DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR
I
A Mining and underground surveys with
drawings of same a specialty
Office139 Main strcet up stairs by Jones
Co s Bank
1 ASSAYERS
AssaYC19
141 SOUTH MAIN STREET SALT LAKE
NO 1 City Personal attention given to all busi
ness
M BISHOP
F
Assayer
101 MAIN STREET SALT LAKE CITYUTAH
All work Carefully and Promptly Executed
J MCVICKEK
AIliUliJayer
Under McCornioks Bank Main St
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
wr G M STEWARD
Assayer
10 E Second South Street PO Box 449
Under barber shop east of U P Ticket Office
BOOKBINDING
Y FOI LIN
EV
Ld 33 h3ixzcIor
Magazines and Periodicals to mc
Send your ffi f
and you can depend on having them bound in
a good style Low Price < E V FORLIN
No 26 S Main Street
INSURANCE
LEWIS B ROGERS
INSURANCE I
TIlE LION FIRE INSURANCE CO
Of London England Capital and assets
54694993
ORIENT INSURANCE CO
Of Hartford Connecticut Capital and assets
159555034
WASHINGTON F < t M INS CO
Of Boston Massachusetts Capital and assets
16518W
OFFICEAt Safe Deposit Vaults Union Na
tional Bank
CITY TAXES
TIlE TAXPAYERS OF SALT LAKE CITY
JL are hereby notified that the City Council of
said city In accordance with law will sit as a
Board of Equalization at the City Hall on
Tuesday August 181S85 at 4 oclock p m The
business said Board Is to hear and determine
all complaints which may be made In regard to
the assessed value of any property and if they
find it necessary to change and correct any
valuation either by adding thereto or deduct
ing therefrom also to remit or abate the taxes
of any insane idiotic infirm or Indigent per
son to an amount not exceeding fire dollars for
the current year All persons concerned will
take due notice and govern themselves accord
j ingly HEBER M WELLS City Recorder
Ir
1 NEWS OF THE DAY
I I Mrs Helen Hunt Jackson the wellknown
authoress and contributor to the Atlantic
I and Century magazines died last evening in
San Francisco of cancer of the stomach
i Maxwell the alleged murderer of Prel
j ler is a man of comely appearance He
wears a full beard has beautiful hair which
he parts in the middle and in appearance is
1 thoroughly English
iCharles Wright of Wethersfield Conn
aged 74 was found dead in his bam night
before last Wright was one of the leading
I botanists of the country He was employed
i by the government in the expeditions to
I iWas and Arizona and had also explored
Cuba for the Spanish Government
The Central Pacific Railroad Land
I Office while making a map of its railroad
lands in Idaho and Utah made the strange
I I discovery that Idaho claimed one boundary
1 line and Utah another and that a strip of
I land two and a half miles wide extending
across the northern part of Utah was left
which by survey does not belong to either
I Territory The surveys used are those filed
at Salt Lake and Boise City
The attention of the Dominion State De
partment having been called to the appoint
ment of the Feman ames Whelan Buffalo
to the Consulship of the United States at
Fort Erie it was announced that nothing
could be done in the matter at present as
I the Dominion Government has not yet been
officially notified of his appointment It is
I understood that Whelans exequatur will be
refused
I
I Sir Richard Assheton CrpssBritish Homo
Secretary in answer to an inquiry made by
I by the Right Honorable George A Bentinck
Conservative member for White Haven con
cerning the thirteenyearold daughter of
I Mrs Eliza Armstrong alleged to have been
decoyed from home by an agent of the Sal
vatiou I Army and then held in duress by Mrs
Booth for the purpose of exhibiting her as a
minor saved by the Army from a wicked life
said the government had submitted the evi I
I dence so far as obtained in the case to At
tomeyGeneral Webster This statement
was cheered I
I
DASHED TO HEATH
II
Five Persons Swept Over the Cas
cades of the Columbia
The messenger for the United Carriage I
and Baggage Company who arrived here I
yesterday says the Portland News of the
10th inst reports a frightful accident at the I
Cascades at 2 oclock Saturday afternoon A
party of five souls consisting of M Hanson I
a carpenter Mr Schneider a saloonkeeper
with his wife and baby and John Sliter an
other saloonkeeper attempted to cross the
river a short distance above the Cascades
The object was to sail from the north to the
south side of the Columbia river in order to
catch the train on the Oregon Railway and
Navigation Railroad which was bound for
The Dalles where they intended to visit
Robinsons circus in the evening Full of
life and fun and happy in the anticipation
of passing a pleasant night at the circusthe
party embarked hoisted their sail and were
soon in the middle of the river when the
wind suddenly gave out and not realizing
the awful danger that lay down the stream
only short distance allowed the boat to
drift towards the rapids It was not till
their frail craft began to move with great I
swiftness owinc to the narrowing of the
banks that they realized their extreme peril
When they saw that death was staring them
I in the face the only pair of oars in the boat
i were put into active use and these might
I I have saved them but unfortunately an oar
lock broke and the boat shot like an arrow
into the surging waters For awhile it kept
I an even keel while the terrified parties
shrieked in terror and prayed loudly for
preservation Then the boat shot beneath
the raging rapids and five lives disappeared
I
and were lost in the twinkling of an eye
I Where a few moments before there was a
boat load of happy people nothing was to
be seen but the angry rapids with the white
I mists rising above them as though the souls
of the dead were ascending heavenward
j The government lifeboat was manned and
I tried to save the unfortunate people but
their efforts were abortive The boat was
picked up in a badly damaged condition four
miles below the Cascades but no trace was
found of the bodies of the drowned Quite
a number of persons have been swept over
these falls in times gone by but their re
I I I mains have never been found
j i A Electrical Grass Mower
I Mr John Sweeny the amateur ranch
er has invented a machine for cutting
grass by electricity which will prove a
I striking improvement in agricultural ma
chinery A small dynamite machine
I weighing not over eightyfive pounds is
the basis It generates a current of elec
I tricity that heats a metallic ribbon white
I
hot This ribbon burns the grass
I off close to the ground Yesterday
Mr Sweeny made the trial trip with
I his machine He filled up the batteries I
with bluestone and acid and when he j I
got all ready Mr Dodd the jockey was
anxious to handle the ribbons Mr Dodd
got on the seat and started off at a lively j
pace sending the grass over back of the
machine in a beautiful green shower
Mr Sweeney was delighted when sud
denly Mr Dodd rose from his seat and
turning a back somersault followed the
I grass and the horses plunging on came
up with the fragments of the affair
against Shaws Hot Springs It appears
that the speed at which Dodd had driven
generated too much electricity and it got
up on the iron seat and burned the seat
of the drivers pants close to the hide It
was just at this moment that Dodd took
the header backward over the tailboard
of the mower Mr Sweeney did not
expect to have perfect machinery at the
I beginning and thinks that by having the
seat composed of some nonconductor he
I can keep the driver from getting over
I heated Carson Appeal
I A French Protest
i PARIS August 13The Chamber of Com
I 1 merce has sent a memorial to the govern
mont drotesting against the pretensions of
1 Germany in assuming possession of Port
I Zeguro and Little Port on the west coast of
I Africa and urging the government to main
l tain the rights of France along that part of
1 the African coast
Salisburys Plans
I LONDON August 13Salisbury will start
I on Saturday for a fortnights holiday at
I Dieppe He denies the reports that he will
meet Bismarck and Premier De Pretis On
II battle
his return he will open the electoral
with speeches in the provinces
i
A German Grab
I MADBID August 13Some excitement has
been created here by a report that Germany
I has occupied the Caroline Islands which are
claimed by Spain
I
i French Manccuveri Abandoned
PARIS August 13The autumn man uv
I I era in the south of France have been aban
doned on account of the prevalence of
I hn1A1
I
Massing at Herat
Afgliansl1ttStn
Af ffliaus
13Reports are continu
LONDON August
I ally being received here of a great massing
of Afghan troops at Herat
I
By the Hemp Route
Horace
TROY N Y August 13James
I Jones was hanged here this morning for the
murder of his wife July 3 18801
I
THE NEW CRUISERS
Secretary Whitney Orders that They
11 l p IMnishPil in Koachs Yards
A Troy Wife Murderer Takes His De
parture by the Henippu Route
Death and Destruction in tilt Track I
of the New York Cyclone
A Bud Herring
FonT SMITH August 13A deputy mar
hal captured the murderer of Malachi Her
ring this afternoon in the Choctaw nation
and placed him in the United States jail
here An old man named Thomas Bowman
acknowledged the killing Herring had
been paying frequent visits to Bowmans
yount wife and he warned him to stop
Srang kept up his visits > aad MondRy
evening while leaving Bowmans ouewna >
shot by Bowman and died in two hours
TilE SPECIAL DELIVER SYSTEM
A Circular front the Postmaster Gen
eral on the Subject
WASHINGTON August 12A circular relat
ing to the immediate delivery system which
is to be put in operation in October has been
prepared and will be sent lo postmasters at
once After quoting section o of the post
office appropriation bill which provides the
terms under which the immediate deliveries
are to be made the circular says It has
accordingly been decided to introduce a
special delivery system on the 1st of Octo
ber 1885 fit all the postoffices at which it is
permitted by law viz those at which the
free delivery system is in operation and those
in cities and towns having a population of
4000 or over as shown by the last Federal
census Suitable supplies of these special
delivery stamps will be sent tit any post
office in the country which may make a
requisition for them and when received
they are to be taken up by the postmasterin
his account current and accounted for quar
terly in the same manner as ordinary post
age stamps They are to be sold by post
masters in any required amount and to any
person who may apply for them but they
can only be used for the purpose of se
curing the immediate delivery of letters
addressed to and received in the mails
at any of the offices designated as
SPECIAL PELIVBBY OFFICES
Under no circumstance are they to be
used in the payment of postage of any de
scription or of the registry fee nor can any
other stamps be employed to secure a spe
cial delivery except the special delivery
stamp The special delivery stamp must be
in addition to the lawful postage and letters
not prepaid with at least one full rate of
postage in accordance with the laws and
regulations must be treated as held for
postage even though bearing the special
delivery stamp In addition to the full
postage and registry fee required by law and
the regulations the special delivery stamps
must be effectually cancelled at the office of
mailinc in the same wav as the ordinarv
postage stamp A letterbearing the special
delivery stamp in addition to the lawful
postage may be mailed at any postoffice in
the country but it will not be entitled to an
immediate delivery by a messenger when ad
dressed to the postoffice to which the special
delivery system has not been extended
I
j SPECIAL DELIVERY LETTERS
I Will be delivered by messengers within the
carrier limits of the free delivery office and
within a radius of one mile from the post
office at all other special delivery offices
Postmasters at fourthclass offices are not en
titled to commissions on special delivery
stamps in any case No effort will be spared
to expedite the mailing of letters bearing
special delivery stamps addressed to special
delivery offices Postmasters are urged to
use all available means for furnishing the
public with information with regard to the
special delivery system A list of special
delivery offices will be furnished to post
masters and must be conspicuously posted
in the postoffice where it will readily attract
public attention
Signed WM F VILAS
Postmaster General
A SECOND CIRCULAR
By the PostmasterGeneral embodies tech
nical instructions to postmasters concerning
the above system It directs postmasters to
employ the requisite number of messenger
boys to insure a prompt delivery and pro
vides that substitute letter carriers may be
employed as messengers and receive the
same compensation as other messengers
but in no case shall the compensation to any
one person exceed 30 per month Two
objects says the PostmasterGeneral must
be particularly and strenously sought First
the most efficient delivery possible to the
service and second to bring the service up
to a revenueyielding condition
A Hold Bank Robbery
SAN JOSE Cal August 12A sensation
was caused today by the bold robbery of
the San Jose Safe Deposit bank of its say
ings This afternoon a man entered the
bank and obtained a bill of exchange for
G5GO The cashier and manager were in
the bank at the time A few minutes after
the stranger had departed the cashier John
E Augerais missed the tray containing
10000 in gold twenties The alarm was
immediately given and a search made but
without result It is believed two or more
men were engaged in the theft and that
while the attention of the bank officers was
ongaged by the men in front the others
slipped inside the counters and stole the
money Tho bank offers 1000 for the cap
I ture of the thieves or the money
Union Pacific Finances
BOSTON August 12President Adams of
the Union Pacific Railway Company sub
mitted to the directors this morning a state
ment of the financial results for the half
year as compared with those of the corres
ponding half of 1884 The report shows a
total income of 3741180 and a total expen
diture of 3874018 This with the United
States requirements384292 a total
deficit for the six months of 427130 The
deficit for the corresponding period of 1884
I was 8317246 The land sales for the six
I months ending June 30th were 313432 acres
aggregating 553425 as compared with 2
I 051103 acres aggregating 4127427 in the
corresponding period of last I year
I Suicide of a Judge
1 SAM FEANCISCO August 12 George Turner
exUnited States District Judge of Virginia
and exChief Justice of the Supreme Court
of Nevada committed suicide this after
noon He shot himself through the head
with a revolver at the Lick House He left
a letter stating the cause of the deed to b
ill health He leaves a wife son and
daughter Of late he has been practicing
law in this city
I
I The China and Japan Mails
CHICAGO August 13The last China and
I Japan mail that will be received by the Pa
cifio Mail Steamship route reached Chicago
this morning over the Chicago k Rock
Island road The mail contained besides
the usual letters several hundred samples of
teas put up in small tin boxes and addressed
to Chicago merchants Hereafter Chicago
I mails from the Orient will come by way of
the Suez canal and will be received in New
York first
The Steel Knil Industry
LONG BRANCH N J August 13A meet
ing of the associated Bessemer steel rail
manufacturers was held this morning The
depression in the industry has forced two
mills into bankruptcy during the last eight
een months and two others to shut down
After a long discussion it was unanimously
agreed that tho production of steel rails
should be so as not to exceed the demand
in order to enable manufacturers to make
rails at remunerative prices The reduction
will be based upon the capacity of each mill
and will take effect January 1st ISSfi
FATAL CYCLONE IX NEW YORK
Several Persons Killed and uu Cin
iHOiiso Amount of Property
Destroyed
UTICA August 12It is reported that
eight persons were killed and several fatally
injured by a cyclone at Norwood today All
the church steeples were blown down and
one church was demolished The hail
itones compifitelyidestroyed 44ie growing
crops
VATvnrnwM N Yo Aiifma t 1Tt 10 1 m
possible get full particulars of the dam
age bv the cyclone tonight John Martin
Mrs David Fitzgibbon and Mrs Armstrong
are among the killed Five hundred excur i
sionists from Plattsburg to Ogdensburg are
detained at the latter city tonight on ac I
count of the giving way of the Ogdensburg
and Luke Champlain railroad bridge
TROT August lrhis evening a cloud
burst occurred near Hoffman Ferry The
New York Central Railroad tracks were
washed into the river ior 500 feet The tele
graph poles and fences are prostrated for
miles Trains east and west are delayed the
passengers being transferred around the
break A large gang of laborers are at work
epairing the damage The rain fell in
beets destroying the crops and inflicting
serious loss in various ways The loss is estimated
imated at thousands of dollars
LATEST FROM THE DAMAGED DISTRICTS
NO WOOD N Y August IPlhe damage
by the cyclone here last night was somewhat
overestimated The loss of life so far re
ported includes only Michael Martin a farm
land and Mrs David Fitzgibbons The
storm raged over a territory fifteen miles in
length and half to threequarters of a mile
in width The wind was accompanied by a
terrific hail storm The damage done to
growing crops and fruit is not to be esti
mated The principal losers in Norwood
are the Norwood Lumber Company the Qg
densbnrg ti Lake Champlain Railway Com
pany whoso bridge and station were de
stroyed and the Pearson Broom Handle
and Hoop Factory Over 100 residences
and innumerable barns and sheds were destroyed
stroyed and damaged Several sugar bushes
were totally destroyed The damage in
flicted in Norwood and immediate vicinity is
estimated at 150000
= I
rite Unfinished Cruiser
CHESTER Pa August lU W Steele
and John B Hoover of the naval board ap
pointed to examine and take an inventory
of the three cruisers Chicago Atlanta
lanta and Boston arrived at Hoachs
shipyard today for the purposes of
heir appointment Nothing will be done
until the other members of the board
have reported for duty They are expected
tomorrow A force of 300 men are at pres
ent employed in the yard completing the
work upon the last steamer under Roachs
contract with the Mallory line It is ex
pected that the vessel will be ready for delivery
livery to the owners a week from today at
which time the yard will be closed
NFW YORK August 13Ml Aaron J Van
derpool this morning received from Secretary
Whitney an informal letter in which the
Secretary stated that the government ships
would be finished in Roachs yards with
men under his superintendency and
with suggestions and supervision of
Messrs Wilson and Loring The latter
would meantime complete the inventories
and receive the appraisal of Mr Roachs
assets from the board of five who will make
the appraisal The schedule of assets and
liabilities made by Mr Roach are in readi
ness but may possibly be held until the con
clusion of the government inventories
The two inventories will doubtless be
compared and both will be placed at the
disposal of the board of appraisers
I A Michigan Strike Kndcd
EAST SAGINAW Mich August 13rhe
great strike which was inaugurated at tl s
end of the Saginaw river five weeks ago to
morrow is practically ended The action of
the employes yesterday in offering
to accept the same conditions
the mill owners were willing at
first to concede viz ten hours and a pro
portionate reduction in wages shows that
they are tired of idleness and willing to give
up the fight The mill of Bliss Bros t Co
started up this noon with a full crew at eleven
hours and Sanborn h Hill started today
on the same conditions making in all six
teen mills running at eleven hours Many
men prefer those hours and extra pay and
the mills will be so run Others are content
to work ten hours and except the reduced
pay warrant has been issued in Saginaw city
for the arrest of Representative Barry for
inciting conspiracy at Rust Eaton Cos
mill He is out of the city and will be ar
rested immediately upon his return
I I
The Chicago Market I I
CHICAGO August 13 Wheat ruled easy j
September declining to 87K and October to
90 Later it strengthened a fraction and I I
closed at 863 August 8791 September 906
October
Corn easy X lower 46tf August and Sep S 1
tember 44M October
Oats easy and very quiet 2o > < August 24
September 25 October I
Pork was weak early but strengthened and
closed 2a3 over yesterday 92 August
and September 930 < < October
Lard closed steady at 025 August and
September 630 October
Rye steady 58
Flaxseed firm 123K
Whisky steady 115
I
Thc rant Monument Fund
NEW YORK August 13The executive com
mittee of the Grant Monument Fund met
yesterday Charles Cornell was appointed
to designate agents for the reception of sub
scriptions in the different States A Fox
cashier of the Merchants National Bank at
Deadwood Dakota was appointed agent
there It was resolved to establish a branch
at Riverside Park and if possible to erect a
place near General Grants tomb to place
nhotoTaphs on sale The total amount re
ceivecTup to date is 38649
The New York Stock Market
NEW YORK August Governments 3s
2 4s L27s 4s 23 Pacific 6s 25 Cen
tral Pacific 31J Burlington 30 Northern
Pacific 23 Preferred 48 Northwestern
2 Naw York Central 91X Oregan Nay
79K TransContinental 19X Pacific Mail
48jl Panama 98 St Louis and S F 19
Texas Pacific 15 i Union Pacific 48M
i Fargo Express 14 Western Union 69
I
Monmoutb Park Races
MONMOUTH PAlm N J August 13The
I I first race free handicap sweepstakes seven
1 furlongs was won by Elmendoz Caramel
I I second Miss Goodrich third Time 135
i The second race twoyearolds three
I I < quarters of a mile was won by Edgefield
Dry Monopale second Shamrock third
i I Time 121
Races Postponed
I I SABATOOA August 13The racer an
i I nounced take place here today have been
1 I postpone < 1until tomorrow
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I IS PRELLER ALIVE
The Novel Defense Set Up in the
Case of Maxwell
Mr FnuioN Will Sue the HetlL1J
of His Daughter
A Smull Pox Epidemic Vivtailing III
the City or Montreal
Maxwells Defclue
ST Louis August ltThe defense of
Maxwell the alleged murderer of Arthur
Preller will probably be that no murder was
committed at all About a month ago a re
port was published that his life was heavily
insured and that the companies had refused
to pay the money i to his relatives
claiming tiLFap a jpu uii jobto
gdrthfilffruuunce and tlIIiV the body found
ui the trunk was not Prellers at all but a
subject from a medical college According
to telegrams from San Francisco Maxwell
now says that tho conspiracy theory was
correct and that in due time hewill
produce Preller alive and well and
show where he got the body found in
the trunk Further than this he will say
nothing The police here hoot at this
defense and still hold that the evidence
against him is i sufficient to convict
him though they do not claim to
I have any other evidence than what is known
I to the public They do not believe that
Prellers life was insured for any large
amount The prisoner will arrive here next
Sunday
CHOLERAS DEATH ROLL
The Pineu ioceives > > n Fresh jm
petuu on icccmiil otf tlif
1xtreme Heat
MADRID August t lthle were 441 new
cases of cholera reported throughout Spain
yesterday and 1G4S deaths
Great excitement prevails in Seville over
the governments proposal to abolish the
power of the local authorities during the
prevalence of cholera because of their inef
ficiency in sanitation and to itself assume
the direction of local affairs in the cities
The populace are hostile to doctors and
averse to any interference in their family
affairs and they strongly support the local
authorities A great crowd assembled in all
the public places last evening to discuss the
situation and the civil guard was called
upon to disperse them
PARIS August 13 Reports received today I
from Marseilles state that the cholera there
has received a fresh impetus owing to the
extreme heat that the number of new cases
has steadily increased and that the disease
is unusually fatal in consequence of tho i
heatROME j
ROME August 13The Government in ar
ranging to convey poor Italians employed at i
Marseilles and along the French coast by
rail to Italy in order to be able to supervise I
their habits and prevent their infection with
cholera I
I
The Sultan Zatizlbur will Protm i
I bly Yield
ZANZIBAR August 13The Sultan of Zau t
zibar was notified yesterday by Admiral Pas
chen commanding GermanJleet herethat j
unless he complied within twentyfour j I
hours with Germanys preliminary demands i
concerning the possessions claimed in Zan
I zibar by German subjects friendly negotia I
tions would be dropped The Sultan mak
ing 110 reply to this notice within the time I
specified Admiral Paschen has moved his i
squadron up in front of the Sultans palace
and taken position there It is thought thin
demonstration will induce the Sultan to
concede demands
Germanys i
I HAMBURG August 13A private telegram
from Zanzibar states that the dipute between
I the Sultan and Germany has been adjusted
and that the Sultan admits Germanys su >
I premacy in the disputed territory and prom
ises to withdraw the Zanzibar troops i
I wjlt Sue Ui Daughters Betrayer
i LONDON August tMr Francis the
gentleman who yesterday flogged Mr Pearce I
of the ship building firm of John Elder I
Brothers for the alleged betrayal of the I
formers daughter today instituted a crim
inal action against Pearce Yesterday the
latter explained the difficulties to a reporter I
of the Pall Mall Gazette by saying that it
was a case of blackmail of a peculiarly bad
kind For this statement Francis brings the
suit He says he thought Pearce had
done his a wrong sufficiently cruel in betray
ing his daughter under the guise of
friendship without adding the insult of describing
I
scribing the family as blackmailers Pearce
is a rich Conservative and had been selected
by the Tories to stand as their candidate for
Glasgow in the coming election Mr Fran
I cis is a gentleman of respectable standing
society and is a member of the government
I civil service being an inspector of custom
I
ernH1Il Spies in France
I PARIS August 13rhe French newspa j
pars comment on the great number of Ger i
man spies discovered recently in various i
parts of France It is reported that the
government has decided to order the expul
sion from French Territory of all Germans
who can be proven to be spies or who can
reasonably be suspected to be such
London Notes I
LONDON August 13The Duke of Rich
mond has been appointed Secretary of State I
for Scotland with a seat in the Cabinet
It is rumored in financial circles in Lon i i
don that a new Atlantic cable is projected
Parliament it is definitely announced i
will he prorogued tomorrow I
SmallPox Epidemic in Montreal
I MONTREAL August 13rhe local Board of I
i Health declares the smallpox is now epi
demic here The City Hospital contains I
I thirtysix patients and is crowded aA new
i I wing is being built which will hold lifty I
more
I I
Phallas vs uarry Wilkes j
PmtADELPHiA Pa August 13In the I
i 1 trotting race today between Phallas and
i Harry Wilkes the first heat was won by
Wilkes in 216
The second heat was won by Wilkes in 220
I
THE Albany limes asked the following I
question the other day Is there any
I i record in the history of this country I
officials stood around
where Democratic i
and howled that an adverse administra
tion should not remove them 1 The
Brooklyn Eagle thus tersely and truly i i
answers the interrogatory None that j
we know of If a Republican President I
should succeed Mr Cleveland in March
1889 Democratic office holders would be j i
bounced so fast that they wouldnt have a I j
chance to howl i
i
SMOKE the Celebrated Famous Cigar
manufactured by Sam Levy
White Honse
For the best meals and rooms go to the
White house Everything firstclass and
low rates It
IF
Great deduction In Livery
i At Hark McKimmins Livery Stable I t
Ii
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS
s wr N x > > r > r >
BOLIVAR ROBERTS W A NELDEN
ROBERTS NELDEN
DRUGS
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Assayers Goods
Ve e offer to the Trade the Largest and Best Stock of
Drugs Assayers Material and Toilet Articles
Druggists Sundries
xicai IJt1S1irU3X1ents E1o EttC
Ever Brought to this Market
I
Wo are Agent for all 1 the Leading Lines of Goods we carry and can offer Better
Prices than ever given before
Ii i I i Entire Drug Stores Furnished at Five Days Notice
We are Never Undersold I
OtIlt for lE xloefc ox a 3ocl a TFxrlaJL Osd > 6jr t
2sO lisle Street Opposite iMstotttee Salt Lake Utf Utah
KELSEYS I REAL ESTATE LOAN COLLECTION AGENCY
Lewis P Kelsey
SUCCESSOR TO ELI B KELSEY
REAL ESTATE LOAN COLLECTION
GE CY
OfficeNo and 27 E First South St
Sat Lake City II Utab
EsteL bJished JJO 1877
MERCHANT TAILORS
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EtnhUih1l
1876 L BJ r g e
IMPORTATIONS
For Fa11
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BUGKIlE S oj 4
1IIust II4ve Itccxta
Summer Suits to Order from 2500
Patrona e Bespeotfully JSolio ± tocL
JOHN TAYLOR SON
1IERCBANT riict
ESTABLISHED IX 1SGT
Have jnst received a Choice Lot of
SPRING AND SUMMER WOOLENS
Of the LATEST STYLES which they offer at REDUCED RATES Call niicl gamine our Mock
cud makeup before having your measure taken elsewhere
40E Second South Street SALT LAKE CITY
Beer Is Life itself
SATURDAY JUNE 27 i
I opened at the old OKDNEK JONES SA
LOON with a fine stock of
Beer Liquors and Cigars
Of fine grades and we expect to see you there
Come along and call often Lots of experience
and plenty of goods Insure success we will
please yon and strive to hold your patronage
rShootiul Gallery Billiards and Pool on
the premises
A J PEACOCK
Opposite the Opera House Second South St
Columbia River Salmon
EASTERN WESTERN and LOCAL
FISH J = W < g K3T I FISH
FISH I jEr JL S5 JcaLj I l FISH
Fresh Daily Wholesale and Retail
HOTELS and FAMILIES SUPPLIED
JOHN H FEEEMAN 324s 8th East
i
MULLOY PAUL
Salt Lake Livery and Transfer Stables i
AND OMNIBUS LINE I
2so Xi k 87 Second South St opp Opera Home
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
Telephonic Connection with Hotelsand Orders t
Receive Vrompt Attention
Pioneer Fruit PacKing House of Utah
FRED C LYNCBERC
Dealer In Foreign and Iomne1i
FIR UITS 9
Oysters Fish and Gnnw
Nos 44 and 46 First South Street
IIPLww
Sign Writer
2 IB Itlalii Street Opp PONtoffJce
Vf STVIJtS
Fresco Graining
Ft E M C > VEr >
KELLY BROTHERS
Have removed their Bookhlndintj RsUMWi
meut 10
No 46 W Second South St
I Central Block next to Opera house where
they will be pleased to see all their old friends
and many new ones
All work firstdas Prices way down
t1i flIfl maY be totlJld ca ma at Gee S
THIS PAfteR RoWe1IlCOll Newspaper Ad
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