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HAY DAY CELEBRATION
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renoh Anarchists Cause a Riot
at Marseilles
A FIGHT WITH TUB POLICE
Tho Commissary of the Police Cap
tured by the Rioters i
Demonstrations Occur in Other Parts of
the World but In None Does
Serious Trouble Take Place
Foreign Ifotes
MABSEILLES May IA large part of
the working population took part in the
May Day celebration today Toward
evening the crowds in the streets became
very disorderly The police tried to arrest
several socialists who were waving red
flags and inciting workmen to violence
The crowd resisted and a fight in which
the police were worsted followed The
hussars came to the assistance of the po
lice and a general fight began The riot
ers defended themselves with clubs and
stones and several soldiers policemen
were badly cut and bruised
Floyd a municipal counsellor was I
knocked down by the charging hussars
hie clothing torn and he was trampled
under foot
After the first charge the Hussars were
repulsed A crowd of rioters captured the
police commissary knocked him down
and dragged him in the dust He was
rescued by troops before serious harm I
could be done him By united efforts the
military and police eventually split the
mob and drove off the groups of rioters
This evening bands of ruffians made at
tacks upon isolated policemen and in
5 5 several districts disorderly crowds are
still parading at a late hour
QUIET Ii BERLIN
By Allowing an Amendmentthe German
Army Bill Till Pass
BERLIN May IAs the day progressed
there was some turbulent developments
in this city The police compelled a meet
ing of anarchists to disperse because the
I speakers were urging the soldiers not to
obey the emperor At the socialist meet i
ings held various halls so far as known
were not attended by disorder
The Tageblatt announces that negotia
tions between Chancellor Von Caprivi
and progressive members of the
Centre regarding territorial support
for the army bill has ended Preiherr
Von Soininger Huene will it is under
stood propose a motion to reduce the
government demand to 30000 men for the
first year and the government will not
I object to the motion Tageblatt says a
majority is thereby assured for the meas
ure as amended
MEETINGS IK VIENNA
No One Was Disturbed as the Parades
Moved Through the Streets
VIENNA May 1Fifty six meetings
were held by workingmen in this city
and suburbr today The police kept
out of sight and no efforts were made tor r
disturb the meetings At 5 oclock this
afternoon 200000 men and women massed
on the prater They sang the Mar
seillaise and other revolutionary hymns
cheered the strikers who demanded uni
versal suffrage and at 630 began a march
through the city All soldiers were confined
fined in the barracks As several thou
S sand laborers passed the Emperor Franz
Joseph barracks they cheered the soldiers
and the soldiers returned the cheers
This incident illustrates well the good
feeling which prevailed in the city
throughout the day
QUIET IN PARIS
Several Attempts at Demonstrations
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Stopped Botore Anything Was Done
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PAHIS May 1Some disorder occurred
during the day in the Place De La Bepub
lique where groups of agitators tried to
create a demonstration The police dis
persed the groups and arrested a man
who was unfurling a red flag They also
arrested the leader of the extremists
named Baudin who was heading a small
procession Reports received show that
but for the riots in Marseilles the day
passed without serious disturbances in
the provinces At Lyons workingmen
stopped the tram cars the police drove
S the men away however with but little
difficulty and only two were injured and
i five or six arrested
Celebrating lay Day
LONDON May 11fay day is being cel
ebrated by socialists throughout Europe
In Paris qnd throughout the provinces
the celebration is proceeding quietly I
I everywhere There is no disorder in Bel
gium and the celebration proper will not
take place till the close of working hours I
and there will be a procession addresses
etc Meetings were prohibited in the re
cently disturbed districts The weather
is rainy unfavorable and in Germany
place so far the celebrations have not taken
The Corner in Coffee Collapses
LONDON May 1The Financial News
announces that the gigantic corner in
I coffee engineered by Kaltenbach a Paris
operatorhas collapsed implicating thirty
firms in Antwerp and Hamburg Kalten
tT bach carried a million bags of coffee Re
cently he Was unable to maks good his
margins in New York and the coffee held
by his agents there was forced on the
market causing a heavy fall in prices
The firm managed to rally them partially
but was unable to continue the fight
KILLED IN A RIOT
A Fight on tho Island of Dominica in
Which Several are Killed
NEW YORK May 1 Details of a riot in
the British island of Dominica have been
received A bailiff endeavored to eject
defaulters for taxes whose property had
been bought in by the government but
was resisted The British warship Mo
hawk arrived from the neighboring island
Intigua with the British governor Sir
William Haynes Smith who conferred
with the rioters and subsequently landed
twenty blue jackets to enforce the bailiffs
order A fight ensued in which four
rioters were killed and many wounded
Captain Bailey of the Mohawk and four
police and many blue jackets were hurt
BANK HOLIDAY
Five Days Given Australian Banks to Ar
range Plan for Protection
MELBOURNE May IIn consequence
of the general uneasiness caused by many
important bank failures the colonial
government has ordered n five days bank
holiday to allow time for the banks still
solvent to adopt measures for self protec
tion Some banks will pay no attention
to the proclamation but continue busi
ness as usual
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After Cuban Rebels
MADRID May 1It is announced
officially that three columns of troops are
pursuing the Cuban rebels between San
Augustine and Las Tranas and two
Spanish gunboats will cruise along the
coast Creole societies have visited
Cubas governor and assured him of their
I fidelity
Socialists Hurt by Police
AMSTERDAM May lThe socialists of
Gouingen marched through the streets of
that city this afternoon and refused to
disperse at the command of the police
The police then charged with drawn
swords and cleared the streets Several
socialists were wounded
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A Great Strike Begun
LONDON May 1A great strike began
today at Dundee The men refused to ac
cept a reduction in wages and today
10000 operatives went out on a strike
Several mills were compelled to close in
consequence
War Material for Cuba
MADRID May 1 Directors of the naval
arsenals have been ordered to prepare
war material for shipment to Cuba and
several regiments are preparing to em
bark
A Slave Boat Capsized
LONDON May lA dispatch from Zan
zibar brings news of the drowning of 125
slaves by the capsizing of an Arab dhow
in which they were being conveyed
I EXAMINING CHINESE
Officers at Tacoma Busy in Examining
AlmondEyed Immigrants
TACOMA May 1The examination of
800 Chinese merchants who came on the
eteamship Victoria was continued today
and out of 105 examined sixty were passed
and the other fortyfive ordered deported
Fortyone alleged merchants bound for
Portland have no certificates They
claim their certificates were forwarded by
mail They will be deported unless the
certificates arrive or they can furnish
other proof of their right to enter The
attorney for the alleged actors claims
that the Wah Yring company importing
them has concessions from the govern
ment allowing them to enter and that
this will be verified by proof tomorrow
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Revolution in Cuba I
NEW YORK May 1The Heralds Key
West dispatch says about fifty refugees
from Havana arrived Saturday and many
others will reach the insurrectionists
without danger of arrest Havana is
closely guarded and gunboats have been
dispanched to the south coast to prevent
aid from the outside Farm laborors in
Cuba are all idle The tobacco and sugar
I crops are deserted and thousands are
probably reaey for adventure
A Land Company Assigns
NEW YORK May IAt a meeting of
the stockholders of the Land and River
Improvement company of West Superior
Wisconsin President F H Weeks ol 1
Defetest Weeks a stock exchange firm
was deposed Weeks has assigned The
company has a capital of three quarters
of a million
Spanish Warship Ordered to Cuba
NEW YORK May 1The Spanish war
ship here has been ordered to sail for
Cuba tomorrow S
S The ElshtHour Plan
ISHPEMING Mich May IThe Lake i
Superior Iron company with 200 em I
ployeesj began work on the eighthour
plan this morning The hours were re
touched duced from ten to eight and thewages un i
Further Cut in States
DENVER May 1This afternoon all
the roads excepting the Burlington posted
a rate of 35 to Chicago and return and
27 to St Louis and return
Ohio Miners Strike
COLUMBUS Ohio May iTwenty
thousand miners in Ohio are idle today
having struck for an advance of 5 cents
per ton No trouble is reported and none
anticipated V
S THE SPORTING WORLD
Track at the Washington Jockey Club
Was Fine and Fast
WASHINGTON May 1 Bennings fine
trackFive furlongs Appomattox first
Little Mat second Tattersal third
Time 104 S
Six furlongsPoor Jonathan first Bell
wood second Indigo third Time 118
Six and onehalf furlongs Lizetta first
Legion second Illumine third Time
122
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One mile Speculation first Plevmar
second Larchmont third Time 144
Handicap steeple chaseCancan first
Return second Ecarte third Time 422
The Nashville Trade
NASHVILLE May ITrack muddy
Seven furlongs Helen N first Forest
Rose second Jack Jacobin third Time
133One
One mileJenny Jr first Little George
second Brook Trout third Time 151K
Halfmile Vivindiere first Shuttle sec
ond Anna Mayes third Time 52
Seven furlongsAsben first Hesperia
second Billy Smith third Time ItllV
Six FurlongsMiss Nannie first
Denizette second Bucephelus third
Time l20 > i
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ST Louis May 1Slow track Six
furlongs Midway first Vashti second
Mrs Terry third Time l22r
Four furlongsMiss Hazel first Fran
cisco second Hope third Time 554
Six furlongsGrasswidow first Josie
D second The Jewel third Time
123
Six furlongs Davazaes first Pebble
Rock second Mean Enough third
Time l22i
Six furlon Glockner first Highway
man second Wedgefold third Time
121
THE NATIONAL GABIE V
There Were No Particular Features in
Yesterdays Call Games
NEW YORK May 11Therc were no
particular features in todays game
New York 9 Baltimore 5
At Washington
WASHINGTON May lFarrels good
playing was the feature of todays came
Washington 15 Brooklyn 2
At Philadelphia
PHILADELPHIA May 1Hamiltons
two muffs lost the game for the Bostons
Philadelphia 2 Boston 3
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S Postponed at Pittsburgr
TirrsBURG May IThe Pittsburg
Chicaeo game was postponed on account
of rain
At St Louis
ST Louis May IThe home team bat
ted the ball with ridiculous ease St
Louis 11 Louisville 1
The Helny Bicycle Race
NEW YORK May IThe bearers of dis
patches from Governor Russell of Massa
chusetts to Governor Altgeld of Illinois
in the relay bicycle race from Boston to
Chicago reached the Hudson at 830
I oclock tonight two hours and thirtytwo
minutes behind schedule time
I A PECULIAR CASE
Two Sailors After Ten Years Service in
tho Navy Refused Citizenship
NEW YORK May 1Two sailors of the 1
United States service entered the superior
court clerks office and after dis
charge p pers from which it appeared
that one had served eight and the i
other ten years stated that
they wanted to be made citizens
Chief Clerk Boesae said they could not
become citizens because they had been
in the United States navy service but
although if they served one year then in
the army they could Mr Boesse said
this discrimination was an unjust one
and he laid the matter before several
congressmen but nothing was done
Kcception to Naval Officers
NEW YORK May IThe University
club gave a reception tonight tothe
officers and members of the American and
foreign menofwar in the harbor
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4 PECUI1IAR LETTER
Jesse Barton Has One on File in Wash
S ing toil
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It Is Said tbyHavo Been Written to JS B
Crossthvralte a Special Examiner
of Department of Justice
WASHINGTON May 1 Special
Delegate Rawns bas returned to the city
and will remain a week or ten days Ho has
seen red the appointment of B N Wilk
ins on jis postmaster at Mammoth and
also had a postoffice established at Eagle
Garfield county I
Colonel Lett is here again He says he
has not filed any application for any other
position but while in the city expects to
look out for the interests of several
friends
A peculiar letter to say the least is
said to be on file at the department of jus
tice It is from Jesse Barton formerly a
resident of Salt Lake but now in Chicago
and a candidate for chief justice ofUtah
He writes it is stated to F W Cross
thwaite an examiner in the department
to look out for his interests and promises
to pay him for his services and adds that
he knows the Mormons are against him
and urges the Gentiles to stand by him
and specially requests Crossthwaite to
keep him posted
0 D Jones has been appointed post
master at Murray Ida vice Swain re
moved
National Committeeman Beane of Idaho
says postoffice appointments are being
held up by the department on account of
the rule adopted to fill only vacancies but
the Idaho contingent here is doing all it
can to hurry up the changes
Mr Hawlins made a request today for
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a number of postoffice changes in Utah
THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT
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Details of Its Operations During the
Mouth of April
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WASHINGTON May IThe operations I
of the treasury department during the
month ot April shows a net gain in in
crease of the public debts of3726819
the bonded debt decreased f421005 cash
in the treasury decreased 4147824 the
net result being an increase of the debt
The interest bearing debt increased 5CO
the debt on which interest ceased de
creased 73000 debt bearing no interest
decreased 347905 The aggregate in I
terest sjd noninterest bearing debt I
April 30 is 624C6764 March 31 it1 I
was 907523219 Coin certificates and I
I treasury notes are offset by an equal
amount ol cash in the treasury outstand
I ing at the end of the month 595016621
a decrease of 1411470 The total cash I
I in the treasury was 756544116 against
I which liabilities were outstanding of
I 9701330 The gold reserve amounting i
I to 132072 542 leaving the available sur I
I plus 24471543 During the month
there was a decreaee of 16094873 in gold
j I com and bars the total at the close of the
I month being 202233359 01 silver there
was 431788691 an increase of 424300
II and a surplus of 16095105 in national j
I bank depositaries against 15 954641 the
I previous month i
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I WILLTHEY HANG
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The Lives of Two Men Dcpendinc on a
Construction of the Law I
WASHINGTON May 1 The lives of I
two men for murder in the state of Cali
fornia andsentenced to be hanged is de
pending on a free motion made today in5 I
the United States Supreme court by At
torney General Hart of that state After
these men were sentenced in the county
courts to be hanged in the county jail by
the county sheriff and while their cases
S were pending an appeal to the supreme
court of the state the legislature passed
a law directing that executions for capital
I offenses should be in the state prison by
the warden thereof
Judgment of the lower courts being af
firmed by the supreme court otxfhe state
counsel for the condemned appealed to
the United States Supreme Court on the
ground that the law directing the execu
tion to be held in the county jails being
repealed and the new law not applying to
judgments rendered before its passage
sentence of the accused could not be car
I ried out except in violation of the eleventh
amendment of the constitution
The court received the appealand coun
sel was given until the 13th inst in which
to file briefs in support of or in opposi
tion thereto
IMPORTANT DECISION
The Question as to Liability for Injuries i
Caused by a Uailrnail
WASHINGTON May 1The question of
liabilities of a railroad corporation to an
employee for damage received while In the
service of the cqmpany is one to be settled
not by local law in a state wherein the
cause of action rose but by the general
law upon the subject was the substance
ofa decision by the Supreme Court of the
United States today in the case
of John Baugh a fireman against
the Baltimore Ohio railroad The
company appealed by respondent for the
United States circuit court Justice
Brewer revised the principles applicable
to the coast at great length and said j I
The opinion constitutes that the injury
to Baugh was simply one of the risks
assumed by him when entering the I
companys servi6e The judgment of
tho circuit court is reversed and the case
remanded for a new trial Justice Field
dissented I
Navajo Outbreak Eiajjjjcratcd
WASHINGTON May 1General Scho
field received a telegram from General
Crook commanding the department of
Arizona last night stating that he
thought the renort regarding the Navajo
utbreak was exaggerated All necessary
pa he sate hid t been taken to protect
plo and quut the Indians
S Armor JMi t Test J
WASHINGTON May 1 Another suc
cessful armor plate trial took place at In
dian Head The acceptance is a test of
eight lCh armor for the New York Mon
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terey and Texas While the contractors
failed to secure the premium as a test it
filled the terms of the contract and about
300 tons of armor for the vessels named
will be accepted Carnegie Phipps Co
were makers of the plate
A Ceremony Postponed
WASHINGTON May 1Delays in the
collection of materials caused a postpone
ment of the ceremony set for today of
casting a Souvenir bell to be made of
historic metal collected by daughters of
American Revolution for the purpose
of commemorating the opening of the
Columbian Exposition I
CHINESE CASE POSTPONED
Argument on the Constitutionality of the
Geary Law Postponed
WASHINGTON May lIn the Supreme
Court the United States Joseph H
Choate of New York who will appear in
behalf of the Chinese government and
subjects in this country In an argument
before the Upited States Supreme Court
upon the constitutionality of the Chinese
exclusion act asked that a date for hear
ing the argument be postponed from May
8 to the 10th The reason for making
the request he said was that the law
did not become operative until the 6th
r and to get a case before the court on the
date originally fix d would necessitate
such rapidity of action as might easily
lead to error otherwise avertable
Solicitor General Aldrich joined Mr
Choate in making the request and Chief
Justice Fuller announced that it would
be granted
Fair Opened by Telephone
NEW YORK May ITho Duke de Ver
agua through the longdistance tele
phone from Chicago opened the Press
Club fair at the Grand Central palace in
this city this evening
Fine cigars JohnsonPratt Drug Co
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Children Cry for Pitchers Castoill
Than Baby iras nick ire gave her Castorf
Then she WaG c Child sho cried for Caitort
mon zhe became Miss she clung to Castcrfcb
feaaiao had Children abe CTO them
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Go to Arbognsts I
For Boston ice cream 108 Main street
Baldness is either hereditary or caused
by sickness mental exhaustion wearing
tightfitting hats and overwork and
trouble Halls Renewerwill preventit
The most reliable shoes are those of
Solomon Bros Lowest prices latest
styles C
Chicago Liquor House competes with
anyone on straight goods I
Soda Water JohnsonPratt Drug Co
25cts
Wets ana
SlOOper Bottle
Quo cent a dose
NflLjfortflTiiUMi 1 fctt iffl
THIS GREAT Couan CUBE promptly cures
where all others fail Coughs Croup Sore
Throat Hoarseness whooping Cough and
Asthma For Consumption It has no rival
has cured thousands and will cuna YOU if i
taken In time Sold oy Druggists on a guar J
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SHILOHS BELLADONNA PLASTERS5C
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Have you Lnan h I This remedy is puarrn
teed to cure you Price 60 eta Injector free
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MR L WRIGHT SPEAKS
Of the Remarkable Results Attained
in Only a Few Days Treatment
With Drs Mansfieldand
De Monco
Mr Wright lives at I Coalville Utah and la
In the employ of the Home Coal company be
came to Salt Lake city a few days ago to tc si
the skill of Drs Mansfield and De Monco As
to whether the trial has proved to be a success
the fallowing powerful statement will decide
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WILLIAM J WRIGHT COAITIIIiE UTAH
uI have only been treating a short time and
tho result has been so surprising and entirely
beyond all expectations that I feel it a duty in
behalf of such successful skillful and system
atical treatment that Ilrs I Mansfield and De
Mecca practice to let the suffering public know
what a change they have produced in my case
in only a few days said Mr Wright to the
writer
Continuing he said I have suffered from
catarrhal affection for the last eighteen years
and many most disagreeable symptoms pre
sented themselves My head pained me quite
frequently with what I called nervous head
aches My nose would stop up and my throat
become eufiamed Ringing noises in my ears
annoyed me very much and my hearing grad
ually got worse until I could scarcely hear at
all
My stomach also got out of order I suf
fered from indigestion and dlspepsla I be
came irritable and restless My sleep was
fitful and broken In fact my condition seemed
quite serious I tried several different physi
cians all of whom did not seem to understand
my trouble as their treatment did me no good
I then resorted to patent remedies but with
the same resultno roLe
I was advised to try Drs Mansfield and
Do Moncos treatment and as the recom
mendation was strikingly strong I came direct
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to Salt Lake city and began their treatment
1 am pleased to say that I began to improve
from the first and I feel like another person
already The headaches bave stopped Nose
clear throat all right and sleep well and do
not suffer from indigestion or dispepsia at all
In fact I am all 0 K except my hearing and it
is improving as fast as possible in such a short
time recommend Drs Mansfield and lie
Monco to all sufferers and that their method of
treatment is both mild and soothing
Only 5 a month for Cat
arrhal troubles Medicines
FREE
MAIL
Comes from the North South East and West
praising Drs HansQeld and De Moncos home
treatment 5 I
bentl 4c for Question Circular which will diag
nose your case complete
THE OPRLAND ffPICAb IS1I1ll1E
Located Permanently Rooms 200 201
non and 203 in the Progress Building
SOUTH MAIN STREET SALT LAKE CITY
Dr T B Mansfield
Dr A De Monco
Consulting Physicians
SPECIALTIES Catarrh and all diseases or
the Ear Eye Throat and Lungs Nevous Dis
eases Skin Diseases Chronic and Special Dis
eases of both sexes
OFFICE HOURS 9 J to 11 am 2 to 5 pm
7 to 8 pm Sunday 10 am to 12 m
Catarrhal Troubles and chronic diseases
treated successfully by mail Send 4 cens in
stamps for question circulars
Address all Mall to Copeland Medical Ins time I
bait Lake Utah
nte Progress Building City i
Established 1841 150 OFFICES
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST
R8 G DUN GO
THE
MERCANTILE AGENCY
QEO OSMOND General Manager Utah
aad Idaho Offices in Prrg caa Building Salt
Lake City
B H SCHETTLER
Bankin and BrOKBraB
60 South East Temple St
REAL ESTATE STOCKS AND BOHDS
BOUGHT AiD SOLD
NOTARY WORK
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JOSLIS 4 PARK JEWELERS
170 and 172 Main Storm
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Jcwelery aid Slliwiarea
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Solo Agenta tor the Patek Philippe < tOo
Watches
Souvenirs in Tea Coffee and Orange Spoons
the finest and largest assortment In the city
Tourists will find here the most unique deaigca
to select from
All the Latest Novelties in Gold ana SlTrir
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Our store has lately been enlarged and ra
fitted and newly stocked and tre now hare ta
finest equipped Jewelry House in the wes
JOSLIN PARK
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We are the only authoris City Time
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SPECIAL ATTENTION TO MATE O2D2R
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SAM LEVY
Manufacturer of the celebrated brand Cigars
6 THE AJkEOUS
And Other Brands Factory and Salesroom
171 173 S Main 81 Salt Lake City J UT
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Practical Embalming and Shipping r
specialty Telegraph or Telephone order
day or night receive Immediate attention
TELEPHONE 331
20 23 and 25 S WEST TEMPLE ST
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144 W First South
Central Location Firstclass All Ita
Appointments
RATES 200 and 250 per day Special ratafl
to Theatrical and large parties
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I tween Chicago and the Pacific Coast
G S HOLMES Props
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Everything New Elegant Appointments Suites
With Baths American Plan
TERMS REASONABLE
A L SIHOM Proprietor
Turkish Baths and Ladles Hairdressing Par
lors in Building
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Opened October 31887
THE FINEST HOTEL THE WEST
RATES 300 Per Day
SPECIAL RATES TO TOURISTS
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS S44500O
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Successor to WALKER BROS Bankers
Established 1859
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
J R Walker Pre M H Walker V Pres
M J Cheesman Cashier
L H Farnsworth Assistant Cashier
J R Walker Jr Assistant Cashier

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