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VOL TINO 28
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
FRIDAY OCTOBER 2 1885 FIVE GENTS
HENLEYS CELERY BEEF IRON
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Be sure and see that the name of Tut
hill Cox Co or the Celery Beef and
Iron Extract Co is on each bottle
BUSINESS CARDS
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VTOTICE i HAVE THIS DAY BOUGHT
JAl out the Livery business of George W Hall
and am prepared to continue the business at
the old stand Stables on West Temple street
nearly opposite the Herald office Neat rigs at
l HeraldLO ZEf V
reasonable prices LO HAZELGROVE
August 6th 18S5
R CLUTE DRAYMAN TRANSACTS
EB general Transfer business to and from
Depots Leave orders at Remington Johnson
A Cos
TTTATCHES CLOCKS AND JEWELRY RE
WATCHES
VV paired by Adolph Hauerbach IGElst Sth
FRED ANDERSON REAL ESTATE BRO
1 ker and Notary Public Bents houses col
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
properties
IIINA AND JAPAN BAZAAR A LARGE
C assortment of Imported and Fancy Goods
always on hand of every description New
goods received daily Prices reasonable
Hong Hop No 267 Yam street Postoffice Box
No 10C3
1TOS 1 2 AND 3 DR HIGGINS CATARRH
1 Remedy warranted to cure all cases if
directions are followed Office No 272 Main
Street
hALL AT NO 272 MAIN STREET THREE
CALL north of Clift 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
Salt Lake City Utah
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
T B KEYSOR
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Herald Building opposite Continental Hotel
YestJTfijnple Street f
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
A S CHAPMAN J L VIIYTOCK DDS
riHAPMAN WHYTOCE
CHAPMAN
S Jen1is1s
Walker Opera House Anreslhetics adminis
cred
Telephone in office
F C NICHOLS
Den tist
OFFICE opposite Walker House Telephone
in Office Anesthetics given
Hi B WILDER
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IIinint Enineor
ND U S DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR
AND and underground surveys with
drawings of same a specialty
Office 139 Main street up stairs byJones
Cos Bank
ASSAYERS
FRAN FOOTE
Assayor
TO 141 SOUTH MAIN STREET SALT LAKE
NO 1 City Personal attention given to all busi
ness
M BISHOP
F
Assayer
ill MAIN STREET SALT LAKE CITYUTAH
All work Carefully and Promptly Executed
T McVICKER
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Assayer
Under MoCornicks Bank Main St
SALT LAKE CtTY UTAH
W G M STEWARD
j9Lssayox
10 E Second South Street PO Box 449
Under barber shop cast of U P Ticket Office
INSURANCE
LEWIS B ROGERS
INSURANCE
S THE LION FIRE INSURANCE CO
Of London England Capital and assets
4694993
ORIENT INSURANCE CO
Of Hartford Connecticut Capital and assets
19555034
WASHINGTON F M INS CO
Of Boston Massachusetts Capital and assets
1551850
OFFICEAt Safe Deposit Vaults Union Na
tional Bank
THE EAGLE FOUNDRY
And MacMne Co
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS
S AND
S MACHINISTS
7375 77 and 79 W Second South Street
SALT LAKE CITY
Manufacturers of Furnace Mining and
Milling Machinery Mining Cars and Car
Wheels Slag Pots Burs and Pans for Sampling
Mills Etc Cast and Wrought Iron Fencing and
Cresting and all kinds of Builders Iron Work
including Ornamental Columns for front and
Interior Supports
Orders promptly filled and all work guar
anteed PENDLETON SON S
HORSESHOEING
A SPECIALTY
WSecond South near Walker Opera HoUSE
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7 S
NEWS OF TIlE DAY
The coinage at the mints during the
month of September amounted to 4420354
of which 2500050 was in standard silver
dollars
The officers of the Salvation Army of
Nanticoke Penn
who were arrested on
Tuesday last had a hearing yesterday after
noon and were fined 2 each for obstruct
ang the highway and as they refused to pay
were sent to jail for six hours A howling
mob surrounded the prison and endeavored
to tear it down The whole police force was
called out and with difficulty saved the
building and dispersed the crowd The Sal
vationists were released last evening and
paraded the town with nearly a thousand
followers
In New York the new system of immedi
ate letter delivery which went into effect
yesterday was not taken advantage of to
any great extent by the public The snbsti
tute letter carriers on duty for deliver pur
poses found littleto do Up to 5 clock
twentyfour letters had been handled by the
Cincinnati postmaster under the immediate
delivery system Of these thirteen were
mailed in Cincinnati and eleven came from
other offices Most of them were for distant
points from postoffices one going adistance
of three miles
At 9 oclock yesterday morning all the
coal miners at Carbon Wyoming struck
and all work ceased The Carbon mines
are owned by the Union Pacific and furnish
an inferior kind of coal No demonstration
or demand was made by the miners Every
thing is quiet It ts understood that this
course has been aqopted by the Minors
Union at Carbon > at the instigation of the
Union at Bock Springs representing that
the Carbon miners kept the Union Pacific
running The xmly coal mined by the Union
Pacific is mined by the Chinese at Bock
Springs The company however soon ex
pects large numberol miners from Idaho
an Utah The Union Pacific has onliand
a sixty days supply of coal and is shipping
now all the coal from the east and south
I
No coal famine is anticipated
GENTLEMEN OF THE ROAD
I
Three masked Road Agents Rob the
Selena Coach and Smash the
Treasure Box
Theo Ham who has held the strings
on the coach line between Butte and
Boulder off and on for several years past
has expected for several weeks to be held
up on almost any dark night in one ot
the canyons the reason of him forming
such a conclusion being that there are
getting to be so many hard citizens with
out visible means of support in and
around Butte He has talked about it
several times with his acquaintances
who joshed him a good deal about it
Monday night his expectations were
realized At about half past 8 oclock
while rattling down the Park canyon to
wards Butte with two passengers aboard
three masked men made their appearance
at the side of the road just ahead of the
coach and with presented guns ordered
him to hold up Ham halted raised his
hands gracefully and awaited develop
ments One robber kept him covered
while the other two hustled the two pas
sengers outa Mr Lampton of Vickes
and a wood contractor from Woodville
and proceeded to go through their
pockets They got but little booty only
tBilvewatchfrom one and aJew dollars
from the other These they gave back
remarking that they didnt want the
watch and that any man who only had
two or three dollars evidently needed
money worse than they did This view
of the case was very considerate and the I
passengers duly appreciated They next
threw out the treasure box and proceeded
to hack the hqp in two with a hatchet
After rumaging the treasure box and tak
ing what they desired from it they dis
appeared in the darkness first informing
the driver that if he attempted to drive
on before twenty minutes they would
kill him before he got to Butte Under
the circumstances the driver decided it
was policy to obey the injunction and
give them the required start At the ex
piration of the time he whipped up and
came on to Butte reaching tho stage
office at about halfpast nine oclock
Thetotal haul made bythe road agents
is not believed to have been much As
stated above they got nothing from the
passengers and so far as is known only
1150 from the treasure box It is
Likely however that they got more than
the amount named but just how much
cannot be determined until the agent at
the other end of the route is heard from
A sheriffs posse headed by Sheriff
Sullivan went out to the scene of the
robbery but found nothing that will as
sist them in corraling the robbers All
that is known of the men is that they
were afoot and from an examination
made by the sheriff it is believed they
came right on into Butte after getting
through with the coachButte Inter
Mountain JOSh ult
The Greyhounds of the Sea
The owners of foreign steamship lines
running to New York are generally losing
money They were induced by compe
tition among themselves to build very
large and swift vessels which used up
immense quantities of coal The Um
bria and Etruria have a length of 520
feet and breadth of 57 feet 8 inches The
depth is 41 feet These and other
steamers somewhat smaller make I
wonderfully swift voyages but there have
not been so many passengers recently as
in former years and the expense being
greater the stockholders have to go with
out dividends S
The City of Oregon has made the
quickest passage out and home which
occupied 12 days hours and 19 minutes
an average of 18f knots an hour or 214
statute miles an hour The Etruria
hassteamed at the rate of 196 knots an
hour and for a time made 20233 knots
an hour This was exactly 24 statute
miles an hour It is not likely that for
some years to come this will be surpassed
in ocean traffic Had these greyhounds
of the sea been profitable the competi
tion would have been continued and the
time between New York and Liverpool
probably reduced to five days
Dispatches shows great excitement to
have been current in Montreal the last
few days One mob marched to the City
Hall with shouts of to h 1 with the
Council kill the vaccinators burn
the town hang the English
A squad of fifty officers chargedand
after a hard fight dispersed the mob
which moved off vowing vengeance on
the dd English paper which favors
vaccination
John McCullough is steadily declining
at the Bloomingdale Insane Asylum
f New York His assets have been found
to be 50000 to 55000 His wardrobe
valued at 20000 willprobably soon be
exposed for sale
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j BLOWN INTO ETERNITY
An Explosion of a Battery of Boilers
in Pittslmrg Deals Death and
Destruction
Seventeen Men Scalded by Steam
Some Dead and Others Will Die
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An Agonizing Scene at tha Works
When the Mothers Wives and
Children Congregate
Boilers Go Off Vilawares
PrrxsBDfla October 2A battery of boil
ers in Clark Coa Solar Iron works ex
ploded this morning shoily after3 o lock
Seventeen mEn were injured threefatall
The night shift had just relievecLby
the day force when aloud explosion star tied
the workmen and that portion of the works
in the vicinity of the boilers was filled with
a cloud of deathdealing steam Through
the dense mist came shrieks and groans
which notified the employes beyond harms
reach that a frightful calamity had over
taken portion of their f efldwworkmen As
soon aSthe steamy settled downfa j rush was i
made for the spot where < the oc
curred when it was ascertained that the
muddrum of the boilers had exploded and
that the S
SSOAPINa STEAM HAD SCALDED SEVENTEEN
>
MEN
Closer inyestigation showed that of this
number fourteen were badly burned and
that three were fatally scalded Almost im
mediately afterwards the frenzied fright
ened wives mothers and children began to
rush upon the scene and anxiously into
the faces of tbe dying men seeking iden
tify their loved or inquiring in agonized
tones if they had escaped Women half
dressed others pulling on their clothing as
they ran children almnst nude and scream
ingat the top of their voices crowded and
jostled each other in the rush for the mill
Arriving there there was silence fora mo
ment and then a womans wail was heard
and another nntil there was nothing but a
discordant chorus of shrieks moans and
cries of anguish
IT WAS AN AwFuL SIGHT
The physicians who arrived said they were
almost unnervedat the sight and in pres
ence of so much human suffering The in
jured were found lying in all positions some
of them were so far away from thev battery
that it seemed impossible they could have
been injured by the explosion Fully one
half of the number hurt were boys It is
stated that the engines were tested and pro
nounced safe less than a month ago
Two of the victims Thomas Catoe and
JohnMurray died at the West Pennsylvania
Hospital this morning Three or four others
are not expected to recover The explosion
was paused by the mud eating through the
coating of the mud drum Pieces of the
drum picked up were not more than the
thirtysecond part of an inoh in thickness
I A Young Jack Sheppard
DALLAS Texas October 2A stage from
San Angelo to Abilence was attacked by a
smoothfaced boy ISyears of age carrying
a Winchester rifle He took possession of
the mail bags and taking them on the
prairie rifled them and rode off unmolested
Six passengers were in the coach
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Best Hotel In Fargo Burned
FABQO Dakota October 2The Sherman
House is now burning and the occupants es
caping in their night clothes The Argus
office is in danger
I LOGANS TRIBUTE TO GRANT
memorial Services in Washington
A Soldiers Praise for a Dead
Comrade
WASHINGTON October 1 Services in mem
ory of General Grant were held here this
evening under the auspices ofthe local cont
mandery of the Grand Army of the Repub
lic in the Metropolitan Church at which
General Grant was a regularattender during
his Presidential t rms < The auditorium one
of the largest in the city was crowded The
funeral chimes were rung from 7 to 8
oclock and were followed by an organ vol
untary by Dr J W Bischoff The notable
feature of the services was the chanting
and singing of war songs by the St Cecelia
Ladies Quartette The meeting was called
to order bv Department Commander Brooks
and after prayer by Dr Huntley the present
pastor of the church
GENERAL LOGAN THE OBATOB OF THE OCCASION
Was introduced and warmly welcomed with
the clapping of hands by the audience His
speech was frequently interrupted by the
plaudits of the audience which broke out at
the mention of the name of the favorite
commander and at the allusion to the more
conspicuous events in the story of General
Grants career
General Logans address embodied a re
cital from the standpoint of a personal ob
server of the military history of General
Grant He began with his own first meeting
with Grant at Springfield Illinois where
thelatter wasassisting the Governor of his
State to organize volunteers under the first
call of President Lincoln He touched
briefly and with little elaboration or com
ment upon the steps in the upward progress
of the subject of his eulogy
THEUATTLES FOUGHT AND WON
And the campaigns planned andcarriedout
He alluded to the jealousy and bitterness of
General Halleck who when Grants superior
in rank made him almost a prisoner at Fort
Henry to Halleoks dilatory movements
against Corinth to his disregard of the ad
vice and of the information that the enemy
were escaping and to the fruitless outcome
of the campaign the effect of which how
ever was to restore Grant to the command
of his old Army of the Tennessee He de
scribed the failures of General Grants first
movements against Vioksburg threatening
a loss of confidence on the part of the people
and resulting in clamors for his removal
The Presidents confidence he paid was
however unshaken and he determined to
trust Grant a little longer Grants next
plan the speaker said was recognized by the
military authorities of the country as wholly
unmilitary and dangerous They believed
that it was
ITTLITABY SUICIDE AND AGAINSt ALL > THE
SCIENCE OF WAD
It was a movement however full of audaci
ty and in its results showed the genius of
the man who planned it This was the Cam
paign which resulted in the fall of Vicks
burg Halleck had directed Grant to leavo
Vicksburg and move down to Port Hudson
and assist Banks Banks being Grants
superior would thus have been in command
of the combined forces Halleck suggested
that after Port Hudson should fall Vicks
burg should be assailed Halleoks letter
came too tate Five battles had been fought
I and Grant was already moving Vicksburg
Pemberton was driven within the walls and
locked up with only sixty days rations On I
the 4th of July 1883 the long and bloody
siege came to its termination and I
GBANT AT THE HEAD OF ms VIOTOBIOUS ABUT i
Entered the city and placed the old flag I
upon the court house It was the largest I
capture of men and munitions of war ever
made in any modern war up to that time i
In the campaign the enemys killed I
wouaded and captured numbered more than
Grants entire effective force Port Hudson
was at once surrendered and the backbone of I
the rebellion was broken The orator
touched uPOn the withdrawal of Eosecrans
within the lines of Chattanooga where he
was cooped up with Bragg in possession of
his communication Eosecrans he said was
completely encircled and apparently in a
position where he must sooner or later sur
render for want of supplies Giant was or
dered bythePresident to take command of
that department and his first act was to as
sign Thomas tp command place of Rose
crans Chattanooga was subsequently re
lieved by Grant and the battles and victories i
of Lookout Mountain and Mission Ridge
followed Having defeated Bragg and
driven him from his stronghold Grant now
commencedmaturing his plans for
THE GREAT FINAL CAMPAIGNS
His idea was to move from Chattanooga to
Atlanta and thence to Mobile unless some
thing should intervene in the meantime to
direct him in the direction of Savannah
from Atlanta Ina letter written that win
ler Grant said sharp fighting would occur in
the spring and if the Union forces were
successful the war would be ended in a year
Grant was now made LieutenantGeneral
and placed in command of the armies otthe
Republic But one person George Wash
ington had ever held the position before
Winfield merelyTieldthe brevet On
the 3d day March 1864 he was ordered to
Washington His intention at that time was
to return from Washington and lead the
armies of Sherman Thomas and Schofield to
Atlanta fTJnforsesn events however
changedjiis intentions and forced him East
t hMcampaign was carried out almost to
the letter by others
HAVING ASSUMED THE CHIEF COMMAND
On theljth of March he atonce proceeded
to establish his headquarters in the field at
Culpepper Virginia Heretofore the cam
paigns of the different armies had been con
ducted without any reference to each other
Grant purposed now that all his campaigns
should prope6dwith but one common end in
view He w ld combine all his available
Western forcesund i Sherman and those of
the East under Meade and move the two
great armies toward a common centre
Sherman was to move against Johnson and
hammer and pound and followhim until he
was destroyed captured or driven back to
Richmond where both the rebel armies
were to be crushed between the two great
armies of the Republic Meade was to ad
vance uponLee and strike him whenever he
could be found The plan was carried out
successfully and in its progress the
VIOIOBIES WEBB ADJUSTED WHICH SAVED THE
BEPUBKKJ N
The speaker described briefly but in glow
ing terms theevents of Grants civil career
and honor showered uponhim Tby our peo
ple at home and by men > and nations abroad
From Belmont to the siege of Vicks
burg said General Logan ruins summing
up I was near him in nearly all his
marches campaigns and battles being per
mitted by him to take possession of licks
burg with my command on account of its
having approached nearer theenemythan
any other During my term as commander
of that city I was with him almost every
day and from the time when at the head of
that glorious old Armyof the Tennesse of
which he was the Commander and I its
last I marched by his reviewing stand at
the < National Capital down to
THE LAST PAINFUL DAYS OF HIS MEMOBABLE
LIFE
I was withhim very often During all this
while Iwas a close observer of him Grant
was usually known and recognized as a
quiet and silent man but when engaged in
conversation on any subject in which Tie felt
an interest there were fewwho excelled him
as a conversationalist He wrote tersely
and well and at times most eloquently
The nation was at different times thrilled
by his terse epigrammatic sentences When
he wrote to Buckner the commander at
Fort Donelson No terms other than an
unconditional and immediate surrender can
be accepted I propose to move immediately
upon your works his words burned with a
glow of patriotic fire in the heart of every
loyal freeman When he had fought the
battle of the Wilderness and wrote to the
President I propose to fight it out on this
line if it takes all summer he infused into
the people and his troops a part of
HIS OWN TENACITY AND FAITH IN THE FINAL
SUCCESS
In hiff short speech to the committee who
waited upon him informing him of his nom
ination first made by the Republicans as
their candidate for Chief Magistrate he
used these memorable words in his conclu
sion JLet us have peace These words fell
upon the people with an electrical effect
His coolness of perception his aptness in
using the rightthing at the right time were
at the bottom of his success as a civil magis
trate just as his great faculty of doing the
right thing at the right time and place and
sometimes in the most unexpected manner
was at the bottom of his military success
The speaker described the subject of his
eulogies as a man of great strength of intel
lect of remarkable common sense coolness
selfpossession and tenacity A true friend
to those worthy of his friendship and the
kindest and best of husbands and fathers
he fought not for glory but to save his
country When criticised and censured
and when the clouds calumny hung about
him
HE STOOD WITH FOLDED ABMS AMID THE THUN
DEBS
Witnessing the wrath of his enemies but he
spoke not in his own defense Time finally
dispelled the clouds and let in the sunshine
of honest judgment and then his heart was
found as pure as the dewdrop which hung
upon the lips of the velvet rose He be
lieved in the justice of God and that sooner
or later He would by some means guide him
as commander of the armies to the line
where justice would take the place of wrong
and mans inhumanity toman properly
rebuked But continued the speaker
his race has been run The great and good
man went up on the mountains to die and
the attention of the whole civilized world
was attracted to that spot His glory waa
not that of his country alone but of the
civilized races of man When the news of
his death went trembling over the wires to
the utmost parts of the earth the people of
every nation and tongue stood with bowed
heads Grant had in his life ascended
THE TOPMOST HEIGHTS OF MOBXAL FAME
The greatestrenown was his The glory of
mans greatest achievements shone around
and about him God called him and he
steppedfromhis high pedestal on this earth
into the presence of the Great White
Throne where lie was crowned with the im
mortal glory that shineth on forever
The services concluded with a benediction
and a concert of patriotic airs upon the bells
Garfield and Ingersoll
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Garfield was a warm personal friend of
Colonel Robert G Ingersoll The latter
and Garfield were in Garfields room one
night having thrown the cares of busi
ness and politics faraside and Garfield
lying back on the bed was listening while
Ingersoll read Shakespeare Ingersoll
had just read a splendid passage in Ham
let when he dropped the book at his side
and said <
Ah 1 Garfield if people must have a
Bible why dont they take Shakespeare
He depicted eyery phase of human nature
as it is
Garfield paused a moment and said
Yes depicted human nature as it is
but Christ painted human nature as it i
shouldbe r I
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A BOSTON bank which received Jarge
packages of money from Montreal has
each bill dipped in carbolic acid and dried
before using Bank notes arean excellent
medium for spreading contagious dis
eases A multitude of people counting
bank bills are in the habit of wetting the
finger with the lips while counting a
custom which should always be avoided
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THE TURKS WAKING UP
Thousands of Troops Arriving in Con
stantinople and Being Sent to
the Frontier
I Servia Increasing Her Forces in Ex
pectation of the Coming
Trouble
Bismarck Will Instruct the Sultan
and the Sultan Will Carry
Out Instructions
Austria is Backing Servia
VIENNA October 2The Vienna bank je
ceived full sanction from theImperial For
eign Office beforegranting the Servianloan
LONDON October Dispatches from Ber
lin says It is understood diplomatic cir >
cles there that Austria is secretly support
ing Servia
According to advices from Philippopolis
the report that Russia wishes to dethrone
Prince Alexander has greatly angered the
Eonmelians The Prince it is said was
never so popular ash is now Dispatches
received Vienna say evertMng isready
for tha entrance the King of Servia ito
Old Servia on the 8th instant
NEZZA October 2A meeting of the
Skuptsohina yesterday has resnUedin Ser
via demanding an extension of territory
The populace are clamoring for the annexa
tion Macedonia It is probable owing
the large army which Servia has inthe field
that she will speedily seize the contiguous
territory thus making more difficult the so
lution theBalkan question
THE SULTAN UNDEB BISMABGKs THUMB
CONSTANTINOPLE October 2The Sultan
is receiving counsel from Prince Bismarck
respecting the Roumelian question and
probably will adopta policy harmony
with the German chancellors suggestions
BU < JII nEST October 2The King of Ron
mania has declared he has not formed an
alliance with either Greece or Servia and
that Eoumania only seeks a neutral posi
tion in the event of the Eoumelian question
resulting in war
SEBVIA RAISING MORE TROOPS
NISSA October 2The Skuptochina has
held several secret sittings The govern
ment opposes the project of the Deputies t
wo laim King Milan king of Macedonia
Ten thousand cavalry are being raised from
Landwich for frontier duty
THE TUBKISH PBEPABATIONS
CONSTANTINOPLE October 2Great activ
ity prevails todayin all the various bu
reaus of theWar Office Troops arerapidly
arriving here and as quickly despatched to
Tripoli and Salonica
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The Failure of Heath Co
NEW YOBK October 2The suspension of
William Heath Co has just been an
nounced on the Stock Exchange
NEW Yom October 2There were ru
mors last evening that a prominent house
was in financial difficulties and the stories
took definite shape before the morning
The statement was that William Heath
Co were likely to fail and that a meeting
had been held between Gould and Cammaok
to consider the advisability in assisting him
over his present difficulty Shortly before
midday announcement was made on the I
Exchange that the firm was unable to meet
its obligations The shock is not nearly as
great as many anticipated It is impos
sible at present to learn anything definite as
to the immediate cause Ot the failure But
rumor saysthe house was short over 100000
shares of stock
The firm was composed of William Heath
Charles E Quincy and Thomas E Davis
Heath has been a prominent person on Wall
street for about twenty years and has been
conspicuously identified with nearly all of
the leading operators on the street Henry
M Smith about whom rumors of financial
troubles have been afloat for some
time past and who has been a
very heavy bear operator at times for
several years says The failure is mainly
due to my operations in the stock market I
supposed the firm strong enough to carry me
through and up to 10 oclock this morning I
had no idea of their failure I am now un
fortunately placed where I cannot pay what
I owe for the present I being short of the
market believing an advance unwarranted
I shall make an assignment
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Getting Kid of Hungry Applicants
WASHINGTON October 2The President
has issued the following special rule for the
regulation and improvement of the civil ser
vice Special rule number 2 approved July
18th 1884 is hereby revoked All applicants
on any registers for postal or customs ser
vice who on the the first day of November
next shall haye been thereon one year or
more shall in conformity with rule
16 be no longer eligible for appointment
for such register The special rule
which is now revoked provided that
the names of those persons on the registers
of the commission eligible for appointment
prior to JulylGth 1884 should not be taken
off at the end of the year of being entered
thereon but should remain on the registers
as eligible for appointment for two years
from that date without further notice or
examination
The President today appointed Spruille
Braden to be assayer in charge the assay
offieeat Helena Montana
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Quietisig TDOwn Montreal
MONTBEAL October 2 Owing no doubt to I
the very excellent precautions taken by the
mayor the citylast night was quiet and the
streets almost deserted There are three
companies of garrison artillery under arms
at the Exhibition buildings with a troop of
cavalry doing patrol duty outside There
were 100 constables on hand at the central
police station but their services not being
required they were sent home at 10 oclock
There are also volunteers on guard at the
various armories
The chairman of the Board of Health
stated last night that the Mayor had been
arrested at the instance of Hon Louis Beau
ben for taking forcible possession of the ex
hibition grounds for smallpox hospital
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Dry Goods Highwaymen I
LAREDO Texas Oct 2Norris Co r
largest dry goods dealers of New Laredo
Mexico undertook to transport a large quan
tity of goods shipped to them in bond from
Piedras Negros to New Laredo on Wednes
day They found the teamsters belonging
to the transport train securely bound to
trees thirty miles north of New Laredo
while the most valuable portion of their
goods had been carried away by the robbers I
I
Justifiable Homicide
Did you hear about the burglar who
was arrested this morning
No What for
For breaking into song
Is that 801
Yes Hed got through two bars
when some one hit him with a stave
Funeralprivate
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Mr Lai Roy a Hindooand a heathen
has joined the Socialists in New York I
and says I have found my religion
among that band of men and women who
say Humanity is our religion here Is
our brother man r no tyrant shall hurt no I
God shall damn him >
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We offer to the Trade the Largest and Best Stock of
Drugs Assayers Material and Toilet Articles
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We are Agents for all the Leading Lines of Goods
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220 Main Street Opposite Postofflee Salt LAke City Utah
MERCHANT TAILORS
Established
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IMPORTATIONS
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PO Box 682
STYLE AND WORKMANSHIP
Unsurpassed by firms East or West
SUITS TO ORDER from 2500
SAMPLES FASHION PLATES AND RULES FOR SELFMEASUREMENT
On Application
Patro1a e BespcotfuJJy Solioito
JOHN TAYLOR SON
1lEBCBANT riicxEt
ESTABLISHED IN 18G5
Have just received a Choice Lot of
FALL AND WINTER WOOLENS
Of the LATEST STYLES which they offer at REDUCED RATES Call and examine our stock
and makeup before having your measure taken elsewhere
40E Second South Street SALT LAKE CITY
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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 FirstSouth St
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Sal1 Lake Oity Utah
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Establisbed in 1 Z7
Columbia River Salmon
EASTERN WESTERN and LOCAL
FISH j TOi T 4ES B3T I FISH
FISH IPXS i M M i FISH
Fresh Daily Wholesale and Retail
HOTELS and FAMILIES SUPPLIED
JOHN H FREEMAN 324s 8th East
EUREKA ADVERTISEMENTS
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KEYSTONE HOTEL
EUREKA TINTIC
Accommodations in Camp
Terms 150 per Day 8 per Week
Mrs K II HOLLAND Prop
M G ROLPE
Contractor for
Lumber and Shingles
S And Dealer in
GRAIN FLOUR AND PRODUCE
S nil Supply of FAMILY GROCERIES on hand
EUREKA TINTIC
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FRED C LYNCBERC
Dealer In Foreign and Domeitte
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Oysters Fish and Game
Nos 44 and 46 First South Street
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Sign Writer
No 10 E Firyt South Street
Fresco Graining
KAHN BROS
The well known and Reliable Wholeanle and
Retail
GROCERS
Country Dealer will find it to their ADVAN
TAGE to send their orders to the aboTe flna
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The FRESHEST and BEST Goods are kept ia
Stock
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