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16 iHfl Hf V frSALTLAWB DAILY HERALD I SUNDAY AUGUST28 188L s SIXTEEN PAGES s
COMMERCIAL j
f ICorrootM HMV by McCornick Co1
I C4
SILVER k
I Salt Lake 1113 t i per ounce
j
I New York 108M per ounce fc t
f I LEAD
t Salt Lake 45 prr tou
J I Now York 1 910c per pound
i WEATHER REPORT
War Department Diviion ot Tele
grams fTld Repurs for the benefit of
Commerce and Agriculture
I
SALT 1 AKE CITY Aug 27 81
t am am p m P m
4 40 840 1240 840
3
Bsrometerl 2074 ZJ 78 2J 80 298G
The rmometer 51 61 fi 59
Humidity 3 33 SO 2
DirectionIwi d Oalm NW NW N
t Mlle per Hour II 5 12 8
State ofWelthel CIear Clear Clear Clear
j Rainfall for 24 honri0 00 of an inch
axImnmTher 74 deg minimum 57
I J CRAIG Sgt Sli Coq > 8UsA
j
+ 1 1 Ore and Bullion
i I
i I Receipts of ore and bullion on
i
t Saturday
By McConiick t Co Three cars
of Gerraania bullion B4cOO < one car
I
j Hanauer bullion 2050 eight cars
I i Great Basin ore 8 870 and one car
i I Jay Gould ore 8100j Total SlO
525
I 4
525By Picfic Epress CoOne C bar
J of Barb mil Walker bullion
j 205050 and one bar of Christy
I bullion 1V79008 Total 83840 58
i Tot value of bullion shipments
i 1436558
t 1i 1
i SEE J W LOWELLS fine Ad
pr in this issue of the HERALD
i I 4 SUMMER HATS clearance Eale
k At L GOLDBERGS
jJ
l i J More Special Premiums
t Major Erb of the Walker House
offers 50 for the best fifty pounds
I of butter on exhibition at the Pair
The Studebaker branch house
1i offers S23 as a special premium the
11 object to be hereafter D named
You can get all kinds of HOME
MADE WOOLEN GOODS at the
I lowest market prices at
I I BURTON SONS YOUNGS
1222 First South Street
tr
I Notice to Cricketers
AU cricketers desirous of taking
4 part in the game between the Ogden
4 and Salt Lake teams will please pre
1 sent themselves for practice at the
3 Eighth Ward Square on Monday
August 29lh Wednesday the 31st
1 Friday September 2d and Monday
the 5th prox at 4 oclock pm as
the game will take place on
Wednesday September 7th 1881
JAMES PAYNE t
Prest S L C Cinb
A WILD Secy
i LATEST NOVELTIES in Rib
bons and Laces just received bv ex
L press at
WALKETUiEOS
j The Artists
f t 4 The noted landscape artist Mr
i Albert Bierstadt of New York
k who has been spending several days
in this vicinity making sketches of
various objects of interest returned
Friday evening from a flying rip to
the Cottonwoods He was accom
panied by Mr F Billing of this
j city and Utahs rising young artist
Mr Alfred Lambourne They had
i a very pleasant time during which
Mr Bierstadt sketched number of
t 1 the beautiful points in that roman
i tic region
I
AYERS AGUE CURE has saved
it
f I thousandsof lives in the malarial
I I i J i districts of this and other countries
It isSvarranted a certain and speedy
I remedy free from all harmful in
t il I gredients
I I
1 I I
I 11
i t A t
S I I I IT 18 TRULY WONDERFUL
tTo see what improvementnowexist
1 J Pis compared with Railway travel
9 only a few years ago To become
I Convinced of this one has only to
g elect for his route East the popular
I and well known
CHICAGO NORTHWESTERN By
h I You are landed by the Union Pacific
f 1 Eailroad in the Union Depot at
I i Council Bluffs where stands tie G
P I i NW Palace Train composed oi
it 4 1 Pullman Hotel Cars Pullman Sleep
ing Cars Elegant Day Coaches
9 Smoking Baggage Postal Cars etc
I i ready to convey its passengers
f through Iowa and Illinois and into
S Chicago Gliding smoothly along
Ii Over the superb track of steel rail
r through thriving cities and villages
comfortably seated in this train one
I 7t I scarcely discover the high rate oi
I I speed which he is riding Trains of
It i this road are always on time con
i4 nections sure and passengers seek I
I ing pleasure comfort safety and I
I easy in traveling will find the
Ii NorthWestern in excess of their
S r expectations and the greatest of all
routes to Chicago and the East In
sist upon Ticket Agents selling you
t Tickets via this Road all agents sell
f them Examine your Tickets and re
I fuse to buy if they do not read over
k this Road If you wish the Best
Traveling Accommodations you
JVil1 buy your Tickets by this Route
e AND WILL TAKE NO
DTHBH c
T
S
I HORRIFYING TO READ I
1 D I
I five Chiton Burned to a Crisp
Ii
t fSpecal Telegram
5 Stockton Utah Theresidence
of John A KimballSoldier Canyon
about five miles from here was en I
I
nrely consumed by fire about 10
oclock last night caused by the ex
plosion of a coal oil lamp Five
children whose ages ranged from
2 months to 13 years perished in the
flames it appea s that Mrs Kim
ball and her oldest son were in the
cook house about fifty feet from the
residence at the time of the acci
dent having left the children in
charge of a boy 13 years old who
was rocking the cradle and the
wind blowing a gprfect gale down
the canyon at the time it is thought
the lamp was blown from the table
to the floor as the window was
onen and exploded and ignited a
live gallon can of oil which was in
the room and the flames spreading
so rapidly that the roof burned
through and fell in and crushed the
innates and prevented their escape
Nothing but their charred remains
burned beyond recognition were
found this morning The youngest
of the children were twins in the
cradle at the time The mother of
the childien threatened with in
sanity in consequence of this ter
rible affair The coroner will hold
an inquest today
It
THE LARGEST LINE OF LA
DIES FINS SHOES AT
THOS W JENNINGS
Perurian Bitters
Strengthen the Appetite Cleanse
the Kidneys and regulate the Liver
You are well then
Ilet Pickling inegar
aas townfc G W Davis
A Big Blast
Messrs Pitts Watson put in
another big blast in Parleys Can
yon just below Smiths Fork and
astonished therasel ves at the amount
of rock moved Persons who claim
to know say that at least 3000 tons
of rock were raised but the boys are
modest and say that at least 2000
tons were scattered around the
country Anyhow the debris closed
up the canyon delaying the stage
and other teams The blast oc
curred on the Salt Lake and Park
City Railroad Fifteen kegs of
powder 37o poundswere used
Be Wise and Happy
If IOU will stop all your extrava
gant and wrong notions in doctoring
yourself and families with expen
sive doctors or humbug curealls
that do harm always and use only
natures simple remedies for all
your ailments you will be wise
well and happy and save great ex
pense The greatest remedy for this
the great wise and good will tell
tell you is Hop Bittersrely on it
See another column
5 The Most Styiaii Can
ning Mais oat Call and
ee liens at
4 Goldsmith < Co
Pianofortes
Twentytwo Upright and Square
in stock made by Chickering Stein
way Haines Bros Guild Hallett
Davis Co Hardman and Hale at
Calders Music Warerooms I
ALP ACAC ATS and Dusters at re
duced pricesAt
At L GOLDBERGS
The New Ordinance e
Last evening Officers Phillips and
Pratt visited some of the saloons
and purchased liquor at Grays
Russell Burns and Auer Mur
phy preparatory to taking step to
act on thenew ordinance The case
will be taken on selling without
license
The Exchange n
Number SIX First South street
N P GRAY Prop
Fruit Jars All Kinds
ami sizes
At G W Bavi
S
Ladies
Win Jennings Sons have just
received by express an Elegant
Line of Plaid and Tinsel Stripe
Dress Goods Black and Ecru
Spanish Laces Plushes in all the
Newest Shades and Styles Satins
etc
LUMBER SHIKCLES LAT
FLOORING RUSTIC SIDINO
PICKETS ETC CHEAP AT
LAT MER TAILOR GOS
e
PLEASE TO INQUIRE and you will
find that GLENNS SULPHUR SOAT is
held in the highest esteem both by
the people and the mediral profes
sion as a remedy for skin diseases
and blemishes Sold by all drug
gists
IF YOU have a Dear Friend with
diseased lungs beg him as he values
his life to take HALES HONEY OF
HOREHOUND AND TAR
HILLS HAm AND WUJKER
DYE Black or Brown 50c
PIKES TOOTHACHE DROPS cure in
one minute
Z r f M 1 Shoe Factory
TV II Rowe Eiq returned on
Friday eveing from an extended
visit to the Eistarn States in the interest
i
terest of Z C M I shoe factory and
tannery the object of his visit be
ing to examine into the workings of
the shoe and leather business as
I cjuiied on in the huge manufactur
ing districts For this purpose he
visited several factories in New
York and Massachusetts the latter
region of country being the most
profitable to him as it is the large
manufacturing centre of the leather
trade The result of the investiga
tions will doubtless be of great
benefit to the Institution and the
territory generally because the suc
cess of the shoe department will be
come still greater by increasing its
facilities for filling the wants of the
trad with homemade articleseven
more than the factory has yet been
able to do though the results of the
venture have been very flattering
in the past
Mr Howe was very much pleased
to find that the system of dividing
work as regards machine work and
hand work pursued here is almost
precisely the same as adopted in the
large factories in the east Some
portions of the work continue to
be done by hand which gives
greater strength to the goods and is
more satifactory than if it were all
machine work To obviate the im
portation of several classes of goods
beyond the resources of the factory
still other machinery will doubtless
be obtained and which of course
will also give employment to more
laborers then the capacity will be
largely extended and Outside compe
tition will not be feared either in re
lation to quality of work or prices
at which the goods can be sold
NEW
COME AND SEE THOSE NEW
SUITS JUST ARRIVED
THOS W JENNINGS
RECEIVED BY Express Embroi
deries in Great Varieties of Newest
Designs in All Widths and Quali
ties at F AUERBACH Bno
Cricket
The members of the Ogden
cricket club of which the old Salt
Lake cricketer Parker is the front
man some time since sent a note to
Mr James Payne requesting the I
cricketers in Salt Lake City to name
the day when a friendly game
could be played between the clubs
of Ogden and Salt Lake and conclu
sions have been arrived at that I
Wednesday September 7th is to be
th day and the Eighth Ward
Square the place where stumps will
be pitched and the contest take i
place There has been no live or
organization of cricketers in this
city for a few years so the active
lovers of the sport here have been
compelled to call together promiscu
ous help to work up a match and
keep the old game alive The result J
may be different to what it would
have been were the circumstances
changed but our boys have a desire
to make the best of it so some prac
tice games will be had between now
and the 7th prox to attain a profi
ciency that the game may be inter
esting all around
I I
I The Races
There was a large attendance at
the race track yesterday
In the first racehalf mile dash
only Haulers colt and Browns bay
filly ran and the filly came under
the wire first Time 587f
Sin the second race Countryman
Trouble and Chester F trotted
There were six heats won by
Countryman
The third race running half mile
Boulis and Fusilade contested
in two heats which was won by
Eusilade
iLOIES CALL and see
the Celebrated Reynolds
Bros Fine hoe at
Dun fords Agent for
Jti9i +
1r S
I Notice
On and after Monday the 20th
the street cars will discontinue run
ning from Main street at 830 but
will run at 810 with the exception
ofj Saturday nights when they will
leave at S30
You never saw any
tning more Nobby and
Stylish than our Hats
justrecieved Come and
see them
+ Goldsmith Co
We Have Received bv Express
A full line of Hamburg JTansook
Swiss and Guipure Embroideries
The most complete stock that ever
came to Salt Lake you will find at I
COHN BROS
PKESIATCKE LOSS OF THE I
flit IR
May be entirely prevented by the
use of BURNETTS t I OCOAINE No
other compound possesses the pecu
liar properties which so exactly suit
the various conditions of the human
hair It softens the hair when harsh
and dry It soothes the irritated
scalp It affords the rifhest lustre
It prevent the hair rrom falling
off promotes its healthy vigorous
growth It is not greasy nor sticky
It leaves no disagreeable odor It
kills dandruff
Burnetts Flavoring Extracts are
known as the best
Southern Ra mills I
A few days ago two gentlemen
largely interested in railroads touch
ing and intersecting Utah pasted
through Ogden on their return
west from Utah They were Cot
L man Bridges formerly of Battle
Mountain Ncr Chief Engineer of
the California Central railroad and
W L French Esq one of the di i
rectors of the same corporation for
whose line they have been making
L preliminary survey They say the
route of this proposed road is fiom
San Francisco south along the coast
to Santa Cruz thence east across
the State of California passing
through the Yosemite Valley and
entering Nevada about twelve miles
from Bodia thence across Nevada
I to Iron Springs in southern Utah
I where it will connect with the Utah
Central They traveled by wagon
over the proposed road from near
Bodie to Utah They say there will
be several surveying parties in the
field shortly and several thousand
men will be employed grading the
road this winterOgden Herald
Bed Begs Roaches
Rats mice ants flies vermin mos
quitoes insects etc cleared out by
Rough on Rats u 15c boxes atdrug
gists
ALL GRADES of Suinm r Dress
Goods at LESS THAN COST at
t WALKER BROS
Jt
HANDSOME SUMMER Suits at re
duced pricesAt t
cesAt L GOLDBERGS
TO THE GLASS TRADE
Wffl JENHINCS OHSWAVE
JUST ECEIVEO CAR OAD
OF1 WINDOW CLASS NO AWE
NOW READY TO SUPPLY THE
TRADE AND PUBLIC AT LOW
EST PRICES IRIDESCENT AND
STEEL PAS MENTERIc5
FRINGES AD ORHftJVZXNTS
EUfcCftHT HOVEL TitS ARRIV
ING DAiLY
ALL SUMMER Goods sold at re
duced pricesAt
At L GOLDBERGS
NEw GOODS arriving daily at
WALKER BROS
Marriage of F IL McConnell
The Omaha Bee of last Monday
stated that on the 24th instant Fred
11 McConnell the well known west
ern agent of the Union Pacific was
to have been united in marriage
with Miss Bertha Isaacs of Omaha
The many 1rieuds of MrMcConnell
will be surprised and pleased at this
announcement and the lady is of
that estimable character that Salt
Lake society will be greatly en
riched by the acquisition
S
WORKING3IEN
YOU CAN FIND THE BEST
LINE OF HEAVY OUCK OVER
ALLS A3D JUTtfPEnS SEWED
WITH LINEN THREAD AND
WARR wTED AT
THOSe fJ JEKNIftC
NewStyles in Laces
AVe have just received a new line
of Laces consisting of all the new
styles and designs and the largest
stock that has ever arrived in the
city
COIIN BROS
S
THE VERY BEST SALMON
IN UTAH just received
at G F BROOKS
SASH Dourxa ARD BLINDS
MOULDINGS BRACKETS AND
ALL SIZES OF WINDOW CLASS
AT BOTTOM FIGURES LAT
TIMER TAYLOR CO
T
PERSONAL
Luke Voorhees is up from Chey
enne
C Bailey the Angora goat man
is in town
Mr M V Wyckoff Yokohama
Japan is in town r
Hon Win Jennings is expected
home this evening
ExSecretary S A Mann is lying
dangerously ill at Reno Nev
Mayor Herrick of Ogden is con
valescing after a severe illness
Mr J B Glass has returned from
his northern trip He looks all the
better for it
Mr Watson Parish banker Oak
land Neb is visiting the metropo
lis with his family
Captain Mason of the United i
States navy accompanied by his
family came to town yesterday
M H Lipman the clothier is at
home again having returned from
his purchasing trip to the eastern
markets
President Joseph F Smith and
Elders H Lunt and L J Nuttall
went down to Provo to attend the
stake conference yesterday after
noon
Anna Eva Pay the English test
medium arrive I in the city yester
day She is making the tour IIf the
world and will probably remain
several days in Salt Lake
Mr Alexander Torges jr editor
and proprietor of the Cincinn
Freie Press and Taegliche Abend
Preste is again in the city with his
family He is making his fiftyfirst
trip across the continent but he
looks as if traveling agreed with
him
RELIGIOUS SERVICES TO
DAY 1
CQIIKCH 01 JESUS OHEIST oy LAT
TRBDAY SAINTS Meeting will bo held
in the brnacl at 2 nm and in
the vario 13 Ward Mealing Houses in the
eve ing
CATHOLIC Giurch of St MAry Msg
dalene Rev Father Scanlaa Pastor
CATHOLIC SERVICE at Fort Douglas
ths = econd Sunday of each month at 10
oclock am
T MARKS TEEDRALMorning
service at 11 am Evening servics 6
Sunday School aj 945 am
ST PAULa UHAPEL Morning service
at 11 uc ock evening service ut 6
oclock Sunday School at 3 p ra
CoNGREaaTrifSAL CnaRCH At the
CongregitionaL Chirctr services will be
held nt 11 a m PreScbini i by Prof
Bttimer Sunday School at 12 15 No
evening service
KipI red rillgjust
received atQ W Lvi
LADIES PORTMONIES and
Fancy Hand Bags New designs
Very cheap atWALKER
WALKER BROS
oS
< jIiTY AStSSfliNTI88Is
Totiie Taxpayers of Sait La8 Ci y
Jl iln accordance with tie provisions
of sections 15 and 10 of An Ordi
nance to Provide for Assessing and
Collecting City Taxes passed
March 12th 1878 the City Council
of Salt Lake City willsit as a Board
of Equalization on Monday August
29th 1SS1 at 2 oclock pm In the
Council Chamber of the City Hull of
said city to determine all com
plaints made in regard to the
assessed value of any property as I
assessed for city taxes for the year
1881 During its sessn saul S Board will
hear and corluer any petitions
which may be presented to remit
or abate the taxes lof any insane
idiotic infirm or indigent person to
an amount not exceeding five dol
lars for the current year agreeable
to the provisions of said Ordinance
Let all persons take due notice
and govern themselves accordingly
In testimony whereof I have
0 hereuntqset myhand and
J r affixed the Corporate Seal
< L 5 f of Salt Lake City this
K r 720th day of August AD
S 1881 JOHN i T CAIXE
Recorder
LATEST PARIS Novelties in Dress
Goods our first impoitation T hey
are Stylish ind Beautiful
F AUERBACH Bro
SUKE POP Ge InsecteJfowder
at HDinwoodeyTs Furniture Store
i
S Twenty Dollars Reward
I will pay the above amount for
conviction or means of convict
ing the person or persons who have
broken into my chicken house and
stolen chickens turkeys and pigeons
These depredations have extended
over a period of five or six weeks
I have been robbed eight or nine
times Hereafter I proposeto shoot
on sight any person found unlaw
fully on my premises 1
x GEORGE A MEEARS
S
Logging Carts f
Car Load just received at 13H
WAGON DEPOT t
FOR THE most complete ass rt
ment of Blankets Cassimeres
Tweeds Jeans Dress and Shirting
Flannels Plain and Twilled Flan
nels Linseys Yarns aid Trunks
call on v
JOHN C CUTLER r
Agent Erovo Mills Old Constitu
tion Building rr
4
i v r
Bathing at Lake Shore
I
This favorite Bathingand Pleas
ure Resort is now open forthe sea i
son Water just the right tempera
ture for Bathing
Lake Shore J ickets good on all
trains 50c for Round Trip
GARN THOMPSON
< S Proprietors
LESLIES MONTrHHES when
bound mike a heat little volume
The HzRALDBindery does work in
every style and at reasonable t
DIED
SMiTHAt St George Washington
County Monday Auguat 22 1881
MAria M Holden wife of William < W
Smith aged 38 years
Deceased was born in Gloucester
Gloucester hire England and was the
daughter of Thomas and Comfort Hol
den
WATSOST BRO
CONTRACTORS p BUILDERS
MARBLE WORKERS
Monuments Tombstones JfarWo Mantles In
great variety Iron Hantles and Grates
Plaster Ornament C enter Pieces eto
South Side of South Temple Street a BWe
But ot Eag13 Gate S l
Hemp
LivingstonAla 27Ben Perkins
colored was hanged today for the
murder of Gif Roberts colored He
died protesting his innocence There I
were 1500 negroes in the streets j I
about the jail No disturbance
eHI N r
f S 1 SSJ
Overcoats last niglt
Ogden has its building boom now
Friday night was a little mere
than just cool
I
Frost v t as seen on Saturday morn
ing around Mill Creek <
The majority of the schools will
bo in running order tomocrow
Z O M I will be closed on
Wednesday next stocktaking
The mercury fell as low as 57 °
yesterday and did nofe climblttiglier
than 74 ° 5
A crank isa new 5IieJ t it i lun v
atic It shows that something lias
turned his head
The High QtIflQil will meet inthe
Council nousetormorrow Monday
morning at oclock l
Cricketers are requested to meet
for practice at 4 pm Monday on
the Eighth Ward Square
A match game of cricket between
the Ogden and Salt Lake batters is
toctmie off here on the 7th prox
Thomas Croft well known in this
city and Tooele died paralysis at
Paris Bear Lake County Aug 13th
Graders are still p slling work in
uleys Canyon A long portion
of the grade is ready for the ties
The Careless Orchestral Chorus
with the orchestra will meet for
special rehearsal on Monday at S
pIll
The Idaho Enterprise has an
nouncements Of Bishop Tuttle
holding servdces in Jifnho during
next month S
A continuance of die cool wind
on Friday night and Saturday will
relieve the niinds of some people on
the ice question
These > will be a special meeting ot
Pioneer Engine No 1 at W J
Hoopers shop tomorrow evening
at 730 J H Kelson
The Ogden Herald says that
cricket practice in the Tithing yard
is kept up every evening Salt
Lake batters take notice
Mr Dan Yfeggeiand the well
known Utah artist is now at bt
George decorating the interior of
the Temple Southern Utah Times
The bulletin boards of the
HERALD were eagerly sbught for
yesterday by many anxious eyes to
obtain the latest news from Wash
ington
Messrs Jennings Sous are con
stantly adding novelties to their
large stock and it requires continual
publication of new notiti to in
1ornLthe public of evena ptrrtion of
the attractionsin their store
The regular meeting of the Mc
KenziexHeform Club will be held to
morrow evening in their hall to
commence at S oclock Speeches
songs etc The public ard cordially
invited Seats free
A canal is to be built to carry
water from Snake river at a point 1
just below the mouth of Raft River
to irrigate the Goose Creek valley
which will bring an immense
amount of good land under cultiva I
tion S
tionThe
The Central School of Ogden
opens tomorrow The published I
rates are Pri nary department lOc
per week third reader < jC fourth
reader 15c and fifth reader 20c
Prof Monch has charge of the
v
school
S r Sexton Taylor reportsthemortal
ity of the city last week twenty
three of which number twelve were
children under five years of age
For theiprevJous ek the mortality
was twentyseven twenty of which
were children tinder five years f
Lines which may suggest a picture to
an artist or a sketch to an amateur
Tha hen now silken the garden fence
II l But can no mischief hatch
Because the seeds have till coma up
Plants are too big to Ecratch
The directors of thejbAir
Society held another meeting last
evening when considerable business
relating to the coming fair was
transacted Among other things it
was decided to bestow premium i
a silver medal for the best yearling
colt exhibited in harness A num >
ber of awarding committees were
appointed S
l lgOYA
F RoYMJE SS
I
114KI140 S s
POWDER
Absolutely Pure
Made from Grape Cream Tartar Ho ctfis
preparation makes such light flaky hot bro
or luxurious pastry Can be eaten by Dyapsp t
tiC without fear of the ills resulting fsKS r
heavy lndlRtible food Sold only in cane W
all Grocers
o7 Eoxji lUzixa POTTOS CoNG7 TOTS

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