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I VOL IINO 64 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOVEMBER 13 1885
BUSINESS CARDS
NOTICEI HAVE THIS DAY BOUGHT
1 L out the Livery business of George W Hall
and am preparea to continue the business at
the old stand Stables on West Temple street
nearly opposite the Herald office Neat rips at
reasonable prices I HAZELGROVE
August 6th 18Sa
WATCHES CLOCKS AND JEWELRY RE
paired byAdolph HauerbachJ6Elst Sth
FRED C ANDERSON HAS 850000 EAST
J ern and local money to Loan
1T081 2 AND S DR HIGGINS CATARRH
J1 Remedy is warranted to cure all eases if 1
directions are followed Office No 272 Main
Street
CALL AT NO 272 MAIN STREET THREE
0 doors 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
sf y N > I X XXX < V > O >
B KEYSOR
JBICEYSOR
rOo33tist
Herald Building opposite Continental Hotel
West Temple Street
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
A S CHAPMAN J L WIIYTOCK DDs
UIAPJIAN c WHYTOCE
OIIAPlIIAN
eBA1is 1s
Walker Opera House Anesthetics admlnis
cred
Telephone in office
C NICHOLS
F
0010 tls
OFFICE opposite Walker House Telephone
i 11 Office Anesthetics ci en
B WILDER
E
ILiraiD E1g1neor
4 ND U S DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR
AND nnin and underground surreys with
draw lugs of same a specialty
Office 133 Main street up stairs by Jones
Cos Bank
ASSAYERS
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A HODGES
W
Assaycr
Under the Post Office Main St
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
tA K FOOTE
1ltA1K
Assayer
TO 141 SOUTH MAIN STREET SALT LAKE
j City Personal attention given to all busi
ness
esFe M BISHOP
FeM
Asssayer
1C1 MAIN STREET SALT LAKE CITYUTAH
All work Carefully and Promptly Executed
T McVICKER
J
Assayor
Under mcCornicks Bank Main St
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
VTT G M STEWARD
8ssaycr
10 E Second South Street PO Box 449
Under barber shop east of U P Ticket Office
MISCELLANEOUS
LEWIS B ROGERS
INSURANCE
THE LION FIRE INSURANCE CO
Of Loa ol England Capital and assets
M694993
ORIENT INSURANCE CO
Of Hartford Connecticut Capital and assets
1595550
WASHINGTON F M INS CO
Of Boston Massachusetts Capital and assets I
1551850
OFFICEAt Safe Deposit Vaults Union Na
tional Bank
J LCVIBERG OBERNDORFER
LEVIBERG CO
Importing Tailors
AND
HABERDASHER
106 S Main Street
Orders taken for Dress Shirts Fine Imported
Underwear MARTIN SCHMIDT
Cutter and Fitter
KAHN BROS
The well known and Reliable Wholesale and
Retail
GROCERS
Country Dealers will find it to their ADVAN
TAGE to send their orders to the above firm
In the
RetaiJ Dcpartn1ent
The FRESHEST and BEST Goods are kept in
Stock
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
SPENCER K mALLS
300 SHOE
ALL SOLID
Three Sty1es
AT
160 Main Street
THE EAGLE FOUNDRY
And Machine Co
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS
AND
MACHINISTS
7i Oj 77 and 79 W Second South Street
SALT LAKE CITY
Manufacturers of Vuruace Mining and
Milling Machinery Mining Cars and Car
heels Slag Pots > Burs and Pans for Sampling
Mills Etc Cast and Wrought Iron Fencing and
hfeibtne and all kinds of Builders Iron Work
lUCt ludiug Oruamcntul Columns for front and
interior Supports
j1 promptly filled and all work guar
ante d
ANOTHER OCEAN LINK
Project for a Line of Steamers Be
tween Long Island and
Old Ireland
Western Congressmen Want to Get
Even with Those Who Refuse
the American Hog
Free Trade vs Protection Beechers
Vigorous < < Protest
The free Trade Conference < <
CHICAGO November 12At yesterdays
session of the Free Trade Conference the
committee on resolutions reported as fol
lows
We submit to the people of the United
States that the continuance of the war tariff
with the duties averaging 42 per cent on
over 1400 articles of home consumption
mucnliigher specific duty on many crude
materials has
PnOLOHQED THE EVILS OF THE WAn
In times of profound peace and has been
the prinoipal cause of industrial and com
mercial depression in recent years by forc
ing labor and capital from naturally profit
able into unprofitable lines of business
and by adding to the cost of produc
tion it has decreased the common productive
capacity of labor and capital and thereby
reduced both labor and wages and the
profits of capital has provoked antagonism
between labor and capital against which
our natural great resources and our free institutions
stitutions should have protected us
It has impaired our power to compete with
o her manufacturing nations in the markets
of the world and so obstructed national
I progress and development
It has destroyed many branches of busi
ness and has kept our people from engaging
In other branches of business which would
have given increased employment to labor
> y preventing the buying from nations wili
ng to buy from us and by provoking letali
tion in a like spirit instead of promoting a
friendly reciprocity It has obstructed the
consumption of our agricultural and mann
factured products by other countries and
has
DILl WN OUB COMMERCE noir THE SEAS
By impairing our domestic power to buy It
has prevented the full developments of our
nterstate commerce and reduced the legit
Imate profits of traffic and has driven into i
Bankruptcy a large number of our trans i
portation companies and made domestic
goods more costly
Through the influence of its lobbies it has
enthroned jobbing and corruption in our
legislative halls and has impeded the re
form of the civil service
In short taking by force the earnings of
one class of men to enrich another s op
posed tothe spirit of American liberty and
the Constitution
It has imposed a new industrial slavery
It has prevented the national progress of
wealth among the farming class decreased
their wages and their purchasing power and
lengthened
THE ENFORCED IDLENESS OF WORKINGMEN
Restricted our manufacturers from their
natural markets and demoralized the gen
eral business of the country
While holding accordingly that taxes in
aid of private interest or for any other pur
pose than the requirements of the govern
ment are unAmerican unjust and unwise
nd that every protective feature must at the
earliest possible date be eradicated from our
revenue system we invite all who oppose the
abuses of the present tariff to join us in
promoting immediate steps of practical
tariff reform which we believe will increase
wages diminish the frequency of strikes
develop business and
DESTOBE OUB FLAG TO THE SEAS
We therefore urge upon Congress for ac
tion at the ensuing session
FirstThat under no pretense shall any
countenance whatever be given any attempt
to increase the protective duties
SecondThat the articles which are at the
foundation of great industries should
in the interest of labor and commerce be
freed from duty whether they be crude materials
terials as lumber salt coal or wool etc or
partly manufactured as chemicals dye
stuffs pig iron tin plate wood pulp etc
ThirdThat on the products from such
articles the duties should at least be corre
spondingly reduced so that protection real
or nominal to manufacturers shall not be
increased and that the consumers shall have
the immediate benefit of the reduction
We urge that any steps on tariff reform
should simply prevent the complications of
classification and do away with mixed du
ties replacing them by ad valorem
rates instead of specific duties which
are most burdensome to the lowpriced
goods consumed by the great body of
the people We demand free ships and the
ABOLITION OF RESTRICTIVE NAVIGATION LAWS
Which together with the tariff have driven
our flag from the seas and we oppose boun
ties or subsidies on shipping We urge rev
nue reformers to vote only for such Con
gressional candidates as oppenly oppose the
tariff for protection and to take steps to
nominate independent candidates when all
party candidates oppose tariff reform pre
paring for that step by diffusing a sound
economical literature and promoting an or
ganization especially in close Congressional
districts j
A minority report was submitted by Mr
Harper of Kansas demanding the immedi
ate reduction of all protection tariff to a
purely revenue basis and that all indirect
taxation should eventually be abolished
that the expenses of the Government
should be borne by property and not by individuals
dividuals
The majority report as finally adopted
shows the sense of the Convention
The announcement that Henry ward
Beecher would speak at the evening session
attracted an audience that packed the Cen
tral Music Hall to its fullest capacity Pre
vious to Beechers appearance David A
Wells president of the Free Trade league
delivered an address principal Point of
which was that the tariff on wool makes
woolen goods so dear that it has ruined the
demand for American wool an article which
as a rule can only be used in connection
with foreigngrown Henry Ward Beecher
was greeted with enthusiastic applause
He declared himself in favor of no tariff at
all
BOTECTION WAS THE JUOGLEBY OF THE DEVIL
If the politicians were statesmen protection
would die a natural death in spite of the
devil but the politicians were not states
There
men they were vote mongers
no tariff on men said the speaker fie
wondered if the protectionists were thinking
of bettering the situation by placing a tariff
on imported pauper labor This country
was nonexporting and yet it was a large
exporter too of religion We sent millions
to heathen countries to instill Christianity
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while the article went begging at home and
when individuals from those benighted
countries come to our shores to be near the
fountain head we meet them with curses
and stones The audience was listening
with the most strained attention when the
sPeaker in closing paid a tribute to the
liberty that had founded the government
that had freed the slave and which would
remove every bar to its commercial grandeur
I
Through Lightning to Germany
ALBANY Nov 12A certificate of incorpo
ration of the GermanAmerican Telegraphic
Cable company was filed at the State Capi
tol today The corporators and trustees
named who are residents of Boston and
1
or
I
New York are as follows Henry Water
man R Philbrick Benj F Brodbury Geo
TX Rich and Humphrey B AVyman The
object is to constrnct and operate a tele
graphic cable from some point at or near
Boston to some point designated by the Em
peror of Germany on thecoast of that conn
try also a cable between Germany and
Great Britain The capital is 12OOOOOO
which the company havethe privilege of in
creasing to any sum sufficientto construe
land and operate the cables The prinoipa
business office will be located New York
The offices are to be opened soonas the
12000000 is assured from the sale of 5 per
cent coupon bonds Issued by the company
Opinions of merchants mtr Silver
NEW YOBK November 13The Board of
Trade and Transportation recently sent out
50000 circulars to merchants throughout the
country asking the prevailing opinion in
various localities as to the advisability of
continuing the compulsory coinage of the
silver dollar A large number of replies are
published in an evening paper from repre
sentative business men throughout the
country The majority of those published
condemn further coinage
I
PREPARING FOR THE GALLOWS
Kiels Last Hope Gone and Next
Monday He Will Swlncr
Into eternity
NEW YOBK November 12A Montreal spe
cial to the Post says It is known that a
special messenger is ou his way to Regina
with an official document from the Governor
General ordering Sheriff Chapleau to pro
ceed with the execution of Rid Meanwhile
according to the communication received by
Bishop Grandin Kiel passes the greater por
tion of ms time in prayer and meditation
He has written farewell epistles to his wife
and children and to his sister who reside
in this city Within the last few days
extra precautions have been taken to pre
vent any surprise The guards have been
doubled A mounted patrol is always on
duty and none but priests the commanding
officer the mounted police and the surgeon
are permitted within the cell The cell he
occupies is six feet four inches by four the
only articles of furniture being a small iron
bedstead and a low chair He is an early
riser and is invariably up and dressed be
fore the reveille at 6 oclock He scarcely
completes his toilet when he sinks down
upon his knees beside the bed and remains
transfixed like a statue in prayer for hours
OTTAWA Ont November 12Coursol
member of Parliament for Montreal East is
here and has had interviews with all the
ministers in town to urge the commutation
of Kiels sentence The ministers were very
reticent Mr Coursol says he is under the
impression that there is very little hope for
the condemned man A number of other
Conservative members have visited Ottawa
during the past few days to urge the com
mutation of the death sentence
QUEBEC November 12The briefness of
the respite accorded to Kiel is accepted here
as meaning that his doom is sealed Two
of the principal French papers of this city
IJSnemcnt and UElecteur which voice the
feelings and the opinions of the French
Canadian population of both parties are
agreed that Kiel will be hanged on Monday
next
It is learned from reliable quarters this
evening that the Privy Council has forwarded
ed an official letter to Sheriff Chapleau ordering
dering the execution of Kiel Monday
morning at 8 oclock
Will Get Even on Fork California
Kickers
WASHINGTON November 13 Several West
era members of Congress have expressed a
determination to advocate retaliatory legis
lation of some soit against the countries
which discriminate against or prohibit the
importation of American pork A protest
has been received by the Clerk of the House
from the citizens of California urging the
nonseating of the Congressional delegation
from that State on the ground that they
were not legally elected to represent the districts
ricts from which they were given certifi
cates In one case the protest declares that
Barclay Henley of the Fifteenth district is
not a citizen of the United States
I
A Biff Project ou Paper
HUNTEBS POINT L L N Y November
A project for a line of fast ocean steamers
bEtween Fort Pend Bay L L and a point
on the west coast of Ireland is being actively
tively pushed by President Corbin and the
Directors the Long Island Railway Plans
are being prepared for a number of steamers
of 7OCO tons to cost 15COC33 each A pe
tition has already been prepared which is m
ended to be presented to Congress during
the coming session asking for a subsidy for
carrying the mails It is proposed to have
the line a strictly American one in every
sense
Bouncing GermanAmericans
BEELIN November 13The five German
Americans whose expulsion from the Isle of
Fahr was recently ordered by the German
Government were expelled under the law
of 1841 which has beenrevived and which
does not allow foreigners to settle or even to
reside temporary at a place unless local au
thorities permit them
A Dead Heat for Great Stakes
LONDON November 13The fourth day of
the Liverpool autumn meeting Sailor
Prince and Kimbolton ran a dead heat for
the Great Lancashire cupstakes Duke of
Richmond third The stakes were divided
six starters
Liverpool Wheat Quotations
LIVERPOOL Nov 13 Wheat was in poor
demand New No2 winter and spring
s Id Corn in good demand spot steady
45 6d November firm 4s Gd December
firm 4s 6d January steady 4s 4Md
I
Steads Offense Only Misdemeanor
LONDON November 13The government
has ordered the Governor of ColdbathFields
prison to treat Mr Stead editor of the Pall
Mall Gazette as a firstclass misdemeanant I
England Annexed to America
LONDON November 13Leon Mead an
American author was married today in St
Margarets Church Westminster to a daugh
ter of Colonel Haines of New Hampshire
Mrs Nicolini Follows Patti
PARIS November ISThe French courts
have pronounced a divorce between Madame
Nicolmi and Nicolini the wellknown tenor
r
Big Cotton mills Burned
MANCHESTEB November 13 Harwoods
cotton mills at Bolton are burned Loss
40000
Brought Back Some Bar I
The following named gentlemen have
just returned from a hunting expedition
Morgan I
on Lost Creek near Croyden
county M D and B R Wells and W
B Main of Chicago and F W Jen I
nings J G Felt and C S Burton of I
this city The party had a most enjoy i
able time Game was plenty and inconsequence
consequence they called a halt on
twentyfive light feet and a couple of
huge bears The kill is on exhibition
at Jennings meat market
I
Schades
Billiard and Beer Hall Is now open to the
public Only the finest brands of Liquors
and Cigars kept on hand at 167 Main St
W SCHADE Proprietor
SWEPT BY THE FLAMES
Galveston Texas Suffering From a I
Tremendous Conflagration
This Morning
Blocks Upon Blocks of Elegant Resi
deuces Licked Up by the Fire
The Burnt District Covers a Bind
Space Over a Mile Wide
Tremendous in Galveston
GALVESTON Texas November 13About
midnight last night a fire started in this city
and is still raging at 8 a m It has already
consumed over six blocks in the neighbor
hood of Sixteenth to Nineteenth streets and
from Bay to Beach streets all the principal
residences The loss is now over 4000000
25ainA destructive fire is now raging
in the eastern part of ihfrcity between Six
teenth and Seventeenth streets The fire
broke out at 140 a m in a small foundry
on the north side of Strand stfe tnear the
corner of Eighteenth
TIlE FLAMES RAPIDLY SPREAD
Under a stiff north wind and the prospects
are that Galveston is about to suffer great
loss Six dwelling houses are already ed
and an immense cloud of sparks is being
carried four or five squares over the roofs of
wooden houses The entire fire departments I
is on the ground but they seem paralyzed
and unable to fight because of the
FIERCE WIND AND SUFFOCATING SMOKE
335 a mThe fire has at this hour spread
over seven blocks and has become a great
conflagration Fully fifty dwellings are
lurning fiercely and the path of the fire as
it progresses southward is filled with
THE FINEST RESIDENCES OF THE CITY
I
But all are wooden for five squaressouth
The fire was confined to the width of one
square between Sixteenth and Seventeenth
streets but when it crossed Winne street
six squares from the starting point it
jumped diagonally to the southeast into the
next block and now gives evidence of con
suming onethird of the city
910 a mThe fire has now reached within
three blocks of the beach and still spreading
its path for that point The efforts of the
firemen seem powerless
About 4 oclock the fire began to spread to
the east and to the west of Sixteenth and
Seventeenth streets The wind rose to a
gale and pandemonium reigned For a time
It seemed asihough the entire eastern half
of I the city was doomed The fire spread
rapidly to the southward
LICKING UP BLOCKS OF ELEGANT BESIDENCES
Hastily abandoned by their inmates By 5
clock it had reached Broadway which
threads the centre of the island miming
east and west At 7 oclock the wind gave
signs of going away and shortly began to
shift then to decrease until by 8 clock
only a fair breeze was blowing but by this
time the fire had eaten its way to Avenue 0
where i 930 oclock it seemed to exhaust
itself and the firemen coming up checked
its further ravages at this point or within
wo blocks of the gulf
U20 a mThe fire reached the beach
about amile and ahalf from the starting
place and six or seven blocks wide were I
consumed Over seven hundred residences
I I
are ournea ana
THE WIND IB BLOWING A TEBBIFIC GALE
The fire is still burning fiercely and is not
under control
THE BURNED DISTRICT
Covers about fiftytwo blocks seven of which
are not entirely swept clean It is sixteen
blocks in depth and averages a width of
three blocks From a housetop the amok
ing burned district resembles a huge block
halfopened farflying across the island
from the baynearly to Gulf Island At that
point it is nineteen blocks or one mile and
a quarter wide The fire started on the north
side of Avenue A better known as the
Strand which is one block from the bay and
it stopped within two blocks of the gulf
Sixteenth street is nine blocks west of the
extreme inhabitable end of the island the I
first resident street being Sixth From A ve
nue A to Avenue D the fire was confined to
the strip bounded on the east by Sixteenth
street and on the west by Seventeenth
street The business part of the
city begins at Twentieth street and
runs west ten blocks About 300 houses were
burned which were occupied by fully 500
families From Avenue A to Avenue E for
four squares the burned dwellings were occupied
cupied almost entirely by the poorer class
and several families were crowded in a sin
gb le house in this strip From Avenue E
however the burned district includes the
wealthiest and
MOST FASHIONABLE PoSiTION OF TIlE CITY
One hundred elegantly furnished mansions
are in ruins Many of these residences had
beautiful gardens attached and the mon
eyed class does not represent over half their
value All manner of estimates are to be
heard at this time The city assessor says
the taxable value of the dwellings burned is
650C3D This makes the actual value of
the property 1500030 which perhaps represents
resents the loss in money The insurance is
estimated at 6000 J although some insurance
ance men who have walked over the district
place the insurance at 800C30 So far as
can be learned not a single accident occurred
curred
THE SCENE DUBING TIlE PROGRESS OF THE FIRE
Was simply frightful so filled with misery
and terror that whoever witnessed it must
bear its vivid impress for a lifetime The
wind rose to a screaming gale in the vicinity
of the fire and swept through the burning
belt in terrific whirls carrying millions
of live cinders high up in the air and
raining them down a mile distant over
the wooden city and its panicstricken
inhabitants Five minutes after the house
aught it was wrapped in one mighty flame
Alleyways and streets for ten squares on
either side the burning belt were filled
with the blanched faces of helpless men
women and children who could do nothing
in such a gale but crouch down for shelter
and watch the flames lick up the fruits of a
lifetime Thousands of people haunt the
burned district looking among the smoking
ruins for valuable keepsakes jewelry hop
lug to find something left Business is entirely
rely suspended the calamity is so great that
MEN CHOKE WITH TEARS IN SPEARING OF IT
Some scores of sick people were hurriedly
removed during the conflagration and many
were prostrated from the terrible excite
ment A meeting of the citizens is now in
progress at the Cetton Exchange to provide
immediate relief for the poor victims
Not Exactly an AntiChinese Meet
lug
OLYMPIA W T November 12A large
meeting of citizens was held today in accordance
cordance with the proclamation issued by
Mayor Phelps Several speeches favoring
law and order were enthusiastically received
ceived The committee appointed on resolutions
lutions reported that they condemned the
action of the antiChinese Congress called
to meet in this city on the 24th inst and
gave notice to outsiders from Tacoma and
Seattle that Olympia waa able to attend to
her own business and we look with sus
ioion and slarin upon all attempts to infln
means what
mce our fellowcitizens by any
yer
yerA Work
JllConcealed
A Doctors
I SAN FEAKOISCO November I2Mrs Cecelia
Bowers wife of Dr J Milton Bowers of
this city died on tile night of November
I Her lifewaaonsured in various beneficiary
rgankation9 for 17000 in favor of her
It ven out hat she died
husband was given
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< p
t
from abcess of the liver Hurried arrange
ments were made for her burial but before
the burial took place an unknown person
called at the coroners office and stated there
were reasons to suspect the woman had been
poisoned by persons interested in obtainin
the insurance on her life On the strength
of further developments her husband was
arrested The stomach and intestines of
Mrs Bowers were placed in the hands of
Dr W DJohnson for analysis In his re
port at the coroners inquest yesterdayhe
states he has no hesitation in asserting that I
the cause of Mrs Bowers death was poison
ing by phosphorus The coroners jury last
night rendered two verdicts in the Bowers
case signed by five of the six jurymen
charging Dr Bowers with themurder of his
wife by administering poison
Striking1 Brakemen
CHICAGO November i3The striking
brakemen the Illinois Central Eailroac
have been joined by the conductors and no
freight whatever is moving on the road A
train was started out this afternoon in
charge of the division superintendent Th
strikers boarded it took full possession and
it is reported sidetracked it at Jortythird
street orythd
Th second train was started ont about 2
p m but got no further than Pbrtythirc
street where it was sidetracked by the
strikers as was the first one A far as
known no violence was used At 3 p m i
Superintendent Beck telegraphed to the
chief of Hyde Park police to send a detail I
of men to move trains
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Swept Off by Smallpox
FABTHER FOIST Quebec November 12A
amily named Blanchett consisting of a
woman and five children belonging in St
Lace arrived there lately from Montreal
where the head of the family died of small
pox Shortly after their arrival the mother
gave birth to another child Smallpox broke
out among them and they all died today
The whole family of seven i now extinct
tion fortunately no one else caught the infec
NEWS OF THE DAY
The twentynine citizens of Tacoma
Washington Territory indicted by the Grand
Jury at Vancouver for participating in anti
Chinese riots have been released on 5000
bail each
Californias vintage this year will not
exceed 7500000 gallons which with the
500000 gallons of old wine makes the total
we maes
quantity 1 the State at the present time
only 11000000 gallons
Services in memory of Cardinal Mc
Jloskey were held at the American College
in Rome yesterday The Bishop of Newark
N J delivered the funeral oration Cardi
nat Simeoni pronounced absolution The
principal dignitaries of the Vatican were
present dgt
The report of the joint committee re
presenting the Knights of Labor and the
business men of Galveston Texas in the
settlement of the strike recently inaugu
rated there is accepted on both sides and
there is no immediate danger of further la
bor troubles
The Chinese merchants address to the
President published in last nights DEO
orat reminds the New York Herald that un
der Republican administrations their treaty
rights have been unprotected and that i
Cleveland the Chinese have found the first
defender of their guaranteed privileges in
America No wonder they are grateful
The Wichita Kansas Daily Eagles
special from Fort River says more Boom
ers were yesterday brought by the military I
from Oklahoma district Those prisoners
who sign an agreement to never again tres
pass upon the Indian lands are allowed to
pass out the others are escorted out by
troops The work of arresting the Boom
ers is going on rapidly
cKing Thebaw has issued a proclamation
declaring that he will not accept the absurd
propositions of the Indian government and
therefore declaring war He promises per
sonally to lead his troopsand calls upon his
subjects to fight in defense of their country
and religion The Europeans are not to be
molested until the invaders cross the fron
tier when all will be slain Many Europeans
are leaving Mandalay unhindered The
Italian Consul will remain for the present
Rough Handling Children
The causes of joint diseases in child
hood are frequently obscure but this
much is certain that the rough handling
which children receive at the hands of
ignorant parents or careless nurses has
much to do with the matter Stand on
any street corner and notice how children
are handled Here comes a lady with a
3yearold girl she is walking twice as
fast as she should and the child is over
exerting itself to keep pace j every time
the child lags the mother gives it a sud
den and unexpected lurch which is
enough to throw its shoulder out to say
nothing of bruising the delicate structure
of the joints a gutter is reached instead
of giving the httleitoddler time to get over
in its own way or properly lifting it the
mother raises it from the ground with
one hand its whole weight depending
from one upper extremity and with a
spring which twists the childs body as
far around as the joints will permit it is
landed after course of four or five feet
through the air on the other e
Here is a girl 12 years old with a baby
of 1 year in her arms The babe sits on
the girls arm without support to its
back This would be a hard enough posi
tion t maintain were the girl standing
still but she is vt king rapidly and the
little one has to gather the entire strength
of its muscular system to adapt itself to
the changing bases of support to say noth
changng
ing of adjusting its little body to sudden
leaps and darts on the part of its wayward
nurse Sometimes during a sudden ad
vance you will see a part of the babe a
foot in advance of its head and trunk
which have to be brought by a power
ful and sudden actions of the muscles of
the trunk and neck
Probably not one child in 100 is prop i
erly handled Lancet and Critic I
A CERTAIN disappointment attends the I
trial of Editor Stead of the Pall Mall
Gazette It is not so much that he is con
victed as his failure to make good his
threat that if the prosecution was pressed
he would make pubirci great names in
volved in the scandals published in his
paper His defense was wholly rhetori
cal and he gave no sign of the reprisals I
which he had boasted as in his power to
make The effect must be a considerable
revulsion in feeling and 1 growing con
viction that his publications were wholly
sensational In the end it will be dem
onstrated that good morals get a tren
chant blow from one who posed as their
champion
HI have a new scheme to spread the
gospel said an evangelist to a Courier
reporter You know all l sorts of people
use the telephone and doubtless you
have observed the unsaintly frame of
temper most of them fall into during the
interval from hello to hello Well Im
going to form a society whose purpose
shall be to chain a free bible to every tel
ephone in the country This will give the
telephoners something to red while wait I
ing for a response mid so diminish pro
fanity by increasing tranquility The re
sult will be such a crop of scriptural
knowledge a has not been garnered for
years
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FIVE CENTS
GRIM VISAGED WAR
Shows His Wrinkled Front In the Land
of King Tebaw
The British Troops Ordered to Capture
Mandalay Forthwith
Fifteen Thousand Thugs and Thieves
Subsidized to Fight the Invaders I
Bartnab to be Invaded at Once
CALCUTTA November ISLord Dufferin
Viceroy of India has ordered General Pen
dergast commander of the expeditionary
force to invade forthwith and proceed with
all haste to capture Mandalay The rit
isIs forces will now cross the frontier immediately
mediately Recent dispatches from Rangoon
goon state that the inhabitants of the dis
tricts of Barman where no large garrisons
are maintained are greatly alarmed over
the reports that King Thebaw has subsi
dized 15000 Dacotas to cross the frontier
and be plundering and murdering at the
belplundering
first note of war Tho Dacotas are robbers
who work in large gangs and are noted for
their bold exploits Having neither baggage
nor commissariat these bands travel with
marvelous speed and it will be hard for the
British troops to catch them
NEWMAN SPEAKS OF GRANT j
He Would Select a Grant to Capture
a City a McCIellan to Defend
One
BALTUIOBE November ISRev Dr John
P Newman lectured last night on the Life
and Services of General Grant He spoke
i the highest terms of the patriotism and
philanthrophy of General Grant and de
fended him from the charge of being a
Blockhead at college He stood number 2
in his class but his average was reduced by
demerits given because of carelessness in the
polish of gven shoes and the burnishing of
his buttons I comparing Giant to Mc
Ulellan the reverend lecturersaid that if he
had a city to capture he would select a
Grant but if he had one to defend a Mc
Dlellnn would be chosen
Henry Ward Beecher was unmercifully
scored for making the assertion that after
I General Grants return from Europe he I I
abandoned himself to wild speculation I
Adjournment of the Baptists I
NEW Yon November 13The fourth
annual meeting of the Baptist autumnal
conference was continued here today Rev
H T Pattison president of the Rochester
N Y Theological Seminary read an essay
on Tests of admission to the church The I
Rev Dr H T Colby Dayton Ohio read
a paper on The revised version of the
veron
scriptures and its practical useJ Owing to
the sudden illness of Rev Richard Mon
tague of Providence KT I a paper on
Social conditions was read by B A
Green of Lynn Mass A A Kendriok D
D President of the Shurtliff college Illinois
read an essay on Intellectual problems
The session closed the members to re
assemble at dinner at Delmonicos
I Three Texans Killed Over a Reg
SIN ANTONIO Tex November 12 News i
L received here today of a triple tragedy o
Verde Creek Band county on Wednes
day evening Ayoung farmer named Buck
Bryant suspected two Germans August
Rheinhardt and Christian Eckert of steal
ing a hog Bryant went to their house ac
cused them of the theft and va fired
upon Fleeing toward home Bryant was
pursued by Bheinhardt and Eckert one of
whom shot and mortally wounded of
The father of Bryant hearing his son call
ran out and shot and killed both of his
pursuers
Pearl Jennings Takes a Race
BEIOHTON BEACH NoV Attendance
large and weather fine yesterday
Threequarter mile maidens all ages
Theresa won King Rabon second Richard
third Time l17ff
Seveneighths mile Jacobus won Nonage
second Commander third Time IM
Mile and oneeighth Pearl Jennings won
Endymion second John Sullivan third
Time 17
Mile and onehalf Ten Strike won Tax
gatherer second Punka third Time 228g
Mile all ages Jim Douglas won Choctaw
second Leman third Time 143
Extending Our Commerce
NKWYOBK Nov 13A Washington special
says Secretary Bayard has requested Sec
retary Whitney to send a manofwar to the
Samoan Islands for the purpose of opening
communication with that government The
inhabitants are Christians mostly Presby
terians The country is under the protec I
tion of the United States
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS
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Drugs Assayers Material and Toilet Articles
Druggists Sundries
Surgloa1 Ins1iruzneDts Eto Doto
Ever Brought to this Market
We are Agents for all the Leading Lines of Goods we carry and can offer Better
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Entire Drug Stores Furnished at Five Days Notice
I We are Never Undersold I
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A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
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AND
READYMADE CLOTHING I
HATS AND UNDERWEAR
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