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VOL = I SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY OCTOBER 29 1886 FIVE CENTS i
THE EXPRESS ROBBERY
ovor 80000 Known to Have
Boon Taken
CEREMONIES
DEDICATION
THE
rre l le t NpoocH of Accept
The once lUll I Ivurt Leech of Iro
uninllou rurtUor farllrular
nnllroml Horror
or tlio
The Klitin nxiircNnllobJcr >
Sr LoUIS Oct 20 1 rotliliiKhnin tho
i Va I inresi messenger whono cnr was
ffl Inst Monday I1IRllt crl fsstlll lit the oltr
J5has not yet been nrreatcd though ho la
11M
Aud npnulod wherever 1 ho goeR by n detect
eooInptu1od ZIc t
0o 1 oommunloatlon I
lT lie was In 1 oloso with
he
heofllcors of tho company thin morning
tile 1 thut Imo vrus nsslHtliiB
i given out
j It was
SB In getting U dow to the identity of the
Ibem Ills bolevcd howovor tint ho m
robber f innVnrcfnlly examined by detcotivea mind
compared ibm JtoriM icittm old n by view him to finding nt different I inconsist timca
of obtaining ovidonco that lip wan
mov or ftbi ro =
MMSorr to tim tobbury Iho suaploiou is
acOoiOTY
uprossed uuj i lat BBVOrfti omplojos of tho
exprOSO0 wnii of tho railroad compinics
ffiy concocted the robbery with time
t Sage rO Irothlughnm amid divided I
between them It wns stated at
money
to that the nnionnt stolen was slightly in
Soesjof 0000 but olalina have nlroady
excess
j So nresentod to tho company which swells
Ihe Sit to 81000 Iho majority of
heue claiuiJ have been nettled und ns soon
oj others mire proved they will bo paid
I Hit DLUICAIHKN CKltUHOMl
r IJ Ircvlilciit Cloiolnud
eciir ef lrd tl1
iisiiL Scilinmor Etirt
NEw bolt Oot 28 Senator Lvnrls made
the following presentation address
Mn PnEsiDENT luo scene upon which
this vast assemblage it collected displnjs n
transaction in human nllnire which finds no
mecodent or record in the past nor in the
lr II t
dI 111
r tans ort wo may fool assured will it over
confront Its counterpart or parallel How
can we fitly frame in words tho Huithnonts
motives and nraotions which Imvo thud nnd
nofed the hearts and minds of two groat
nations in tho birth of tho noblo oonooption
the grand embodiment nnd time complete
eieoatlon of this stupendous monument
now unveiled to tho ndmirmg gaze ot men
mind emblazoned in its coronation of fin
ished work with the plaudits of the world
What ornaments of speech what eloquence
of the hum n voice what o1n tly gain of gold
what frankincense ana myi m ot our ncans
tribute can wo brine to tho celebration of
consummate triumph of genim of chili
nnd of f labor which Bponks today nnd will
spent forever tile thoughts fiolins amid
fricndshipi of those two populous powerful
and freo republics knit together in their
i ride and joy nt their own established free
dom 1 and in their hopo amid purpose that tho
Klad light of Liberty nhnll I enlighten thu
world The pcnius courage demotion
of spirit and the indomitnble will
of tho great scnlptoi llartholdi
J those well earned fiimo jtntiQcd the
trust coDiraittod to him have together
rouRht out In stubborn brass amid iron tho
artists dream tho airy conception of his
mind the shapely sculpture of his onnniuR
hand till hero it stands upon its arm bane
an If the itoral playmate of time elements
fearing no harm from nil tho winds that
blot Va with the Irench people HO with
our own the whole moans for tho great cx
penditnroi tho work Iwo oomo from tho
foci contributions of tho people themselves
and thus tho common peoplo of both
nation may justly point to n greater n no
bler monument in and of tho history nnd
progress and wolfiiro of tho human race
than emperors king l or governments have
or1rhl Jgl
isor1rh fnill th m
overrated Iho statue on the 1th of July
1831 In 1urH was delivered to and accepted
Mlh ttliv heodt
by tho Government by the authority the
President of the United States delegated
and expressed by Minister Morton lo dny
in tho name of the citizens of the United
States who have completed tho podoitnl and
raised thereon the statue and of tho volun
tory committed who have executed the will
of their fellow citizens 1 declare III jour
presence nUll in the presence of these die
J tinguishul Bursts from I ranee mill of this
aoRMUssomblugoof honornblo nnd honored
men of our own land nnd of this counthss
maltuludo that this 1odentmil anti tho united
norkof the two Republics is completed nnd
urrendtrod to the care nnd Iciepui of tho
acmrnuiuilniulppoplooC thu United States
At the conclusion of Senator Jvnrts
speech Ibo signal was glon nnd tho you was
withdrawn from tho face of tho ntntuo
sraiiht tho booming of cannon and tho
itmeklnu of whistles from hundreds of
iteamcni nnd other craft Knthortd nround
the island 1 his indosoiibablo ovation oon
tinned fur fully half an hour bonntor
uarts then when tho firing and hooting
had subsided Introduced Grover Clovolnnd
President of the United States who in
I excepting tho statue said
I the people of time H tltltr Stntca necopt
with uratitudo from lo their brethren 1 of the
French Uopublio tho rnnil amid completed
work of art wo hero innugnrato I hia token
of affection t nod ooiisldoriition l of time sl people
Y iranco domoiistntea the kinship of the
Wbllos and convoys to us tho iiKsutnnoo
that I onr olTorts to commend to mankind
11 the oxooHcnco of n Kovernmont resting upon
the popular will wo still hno botonil tho
American continent n Btondfnst oily Wo
are lo hero to dny to bow before tho ropro
ofi ot ul
Mntation of n fierce amid warlike l god filled
whim wratum inmUonKonnoo I but wo jojously
wmempnto our own doitj keeping watch
r and ward before the open gntoa of America
and renter limn nil that hnvo been cole
Mtannolontiroj Instead of rnsping
1 death iii horhond thunderbolts ll of terror amid of
cimo lold8 llloft I time l light l vitoli i
Il1alunotei time WV to ninu frllllehlso
e 1 neat W ° w111 hot forgot that liuotly hero
hH tonic her homo IInr Blml1 her ChOROII
0 iltar lie neuliotod Willing otnriis will I
0000tiimithy kco1 olive 1H IIfrdn nlul tllOHO
ihail Cheammi i upon tho shorosof onrHlstor Ito
j olnli hi time Iasl rollootoil thonoo and
I I joined with IIlInworinll rys time Htronmof
light Hhllll pierce time tlnrlmoll9 of iRiiornnco I
mmmd
Blind mnllR oppronqlul1 I1l1tll lillorty Ill
1 RhlollR Iho worl
nUI to Emie Erre
Irilh DOULIN Oct idfJiiiIii l IduIIII tulla
ro 1lIlnln that Iho
dUf tlmo for pntlollt l1I
ilurence IQ IR paRt IIn < 1I1I1Ys It ts time for thom
iiie Ileimt imoril 1 hltthllol frum time shoulder
for OH I tt it ueoye imave heomi Iii POWOt
IOtu mix iflemtthm mud iaivo i th muuido mimi mit
tompt > 10
I which II SOppreRH time NlltllIlIlIl League
strnlller 1II0ro noUvo 1111I1 moro
reqolnte
IhllI over 1111I1 1III11hs lit jtovorn
1 I < meant lovlooR his tor 1111I1 throllts 1ho
ofrojd homier i tulmumute to I time govcrmuiiuemt wllh hehllt
mmci Cuereiuumm
r
IInllrn tllllllilIsnIiiss
that 1 >
itis Fume1100 Get Hlho nuollin IIf
who imove tro1 lel limit 1 trutmmneomitimmemital I ruitirtunole I I
iuueouiny II hivemi tim t Heeiiummm lucre unity nimmco
Wijicti l luit Ilrlg time iigreemuiommt
I Providee for the ihnoomttimmtmuimmeo l of di
time COuouojeelouiem I howit the hart of all riiuitte emeohut
iltuce whmui I l i
uno > doUnr I limo iiiowcn 10 remin
I iniiemue OUlIl1nlRRlolI on oneh first class
retail Ti er It IIHU provides that oiioh road
I Collie its oumil n 10P ° IW timmut IUfl Danadlnn
lolnoM
t on OOuoiuuitiuug > J lice itluith lie mmut mooRiiUid
I
unlhor UII 1lIurl
II b ftnkhljt Lineom0 III Oct 2Hlho IIIIIIU nf tIme
c uged huuRo III WILl M lIslll mh Cc
n000rdimug wrlHt Rurpriso tutlny Ihu IIssotn
10 Iho worn wllltoIUlIt IIf Jlu till
made III n law suit last whiter reach tOTOOO
Ihcso assets are entailed by nil Injunction hey
led in tho interest of tho banker s wife who
hns n suit for alimony ponding in tho court
tIme liabilities roach tho following amounts
lime creditors of Dustin HOURU in Montana
for onttlo etc 7fi 000 other banks 25000
other debts 10000 dno depositors 78000
lime failure In duo to tho branching out of
the head of tho firm in tho cnttlo business
Montana with one llosotvcll 1 Ilough
where STiOOO debts were incurred A
note given by tho firm for 1030 came here
last 1 week Ihls with time gigantic law suit
former ngninst I him in t the 11 interest fs his i
former wife created uneasiness munch precipi
tated tho run jostcrdny on tho bank Ine
bank stood tho run but deemed it unwise to
open this morning hero nro 200 deposi
tors nod creditors in this plnee Dustin has
1Se f
decided to nssign nnd Iyl mnko tIme deposi
tors preferred creditors rime bank hn i been
In existence since WiT nUll up to n few
yours ego wns nourishing
Ill I IHVIN HOItltOK
lurttirr DrlulU of the rrlbln
Uullr1 JINn lcr
MM WAIIKFX Oot U8 Conductor llnnkey
of the freight train who lied into tho wood
immediately aftertime citastropho occurred
has been found wandering around in a rav
log condition Ho Is likely to become a
hopeless rannlao
A into dispatch to tho Sentinel estimates
the number of people burned nt twenty six
A force of men fins been cngngcd tonight in
raking over this ruins of the coaches At 1L
oclock the charred remains I rl cloven I vie I
thus had been taken out In tho pocket of
ono man wan nn envelope addressed 1tJ
lourin Forty ninth Street Chicago Illi
nois I A travelling man named Dibble was
among tho victims Mrs L Lowery ot
Milwaukee also perished Drinker nnd
Wooldcrsdorf lived nt Columbus In this
State end there boarded tho train
Nona of tho charred remains can bo iden l
tified As far as learned up to tonight
those who perished are
Mrs C it Hhonror of Winona Minno
sotnMrs
Mrs Hosina Johns of Winona and her
mother in law Louisa Marr of Chicago
tier identity however is very uncertoln
I mil I WoldcrHdorf
Five or more unknown persons
iwo Ulsters of Charity ono believed to bo
Mother Superior Alexin of the convent nt
Winona who was In Milwaukee to establish
n now convent
rime injured include Conductor Lucius
bonrlo of Milwaukee bndly hurt about tho
client but not fatally
Wade Clnrk of Oconomowoo baggage l
man leg broken
Charles T Smith PiG Wnbash avenue
Chicago broken nrm and wrist and face cut
bndly by broken spectacles
James Phillips brnkoman cut badly nbout
the head
No passengers in any of tho sleepers wero
killed Conductor Scene was in tho baggage I
fl t gkw rotJ m
gage car when the shock occurred with
ngRngeimn Clnrk amid Phillips tho brake
man They woro bound under several
trunks unnblu to extricate themselves lo
their horror they cane the flames burst in
g lrro l lVcn ih rtl 3
rro esre
time front end of the car They redoubled
their efforts and Phillips mnnnged to crawl
out Conductor Scathe thus released fol
lowed him Clnrk with n broken ni leg was
gotten out and tho threo crawled through > n
window as tho flames crept up to within n
few feet of them Conductor Simla is now
lying prostrnted at his homo Milwaukee
and tells this story Ho says ns nearly ns
he can recollect tho occupants of the car
where tho frightful holocaust occurred in
eluded a woman with n little girl about six
yearn old nnothor dark haired woman with
n bubo less thnn a year old a blonde woman
of thirty who seemed to bo n companion of
flli li rlml Lf y
time former both bound for St Paul two
bisters of Charity traveling on a pass Ho
can recall no description of any of tho
others but says there woronot to exceed
fifteen altogether Ho hue lost hn tickets
nnd so there is no record
From nil ncooimts there must hno been
n frightful socno in the car where I time fat ah
ties 1 rsofno lImo hOl pressure roo ntNli I
oo ich to nssumo tho shnpo of tho letter A
lime lamps woro broken mind tho stove over
turned scattering tho lire amid flames in nil
directions through the conch Mnuglcd amid
bleeding 1 nearly nil tIme passengers woro
pinned securely to time broken seats many
lIOn pOll ono on tIme other Ihoir ngnnizod
shrieks told tho story of broken limbs to
whIch Wlln nddod time horror of cremation
It 11 certain that only throo escaped Jhnrlts
U Smith is n medionl student of Chloigo I
h f l Irv lrf lt fr
His parents live in Charles City Iowa Airs
boh > rer s two children whom sho reached
out of the window as tlm flames surrounded
her mare four onrs and eight 1 months old
od t
nd r
respectnolj l flue hero of the catastrophe
was the onuilloel who In tho face of seem
ing death tumId his hand on tho throttle nnd
thus saved tho HUH of all time passengers in
the sleeper hen whin tIme trnin stopped
tnNIIS
f
V fu
llrr
ho crnulid i out from beiionth his engine
bleeding nud nlnrmed tho sleepers of tIm
danger from 11 ro
I
tils hop lii 51111 lIlt ioiiiN Illurj > >
Losnov Oct 81ho diary of Bishop
Hnnnlngton who wns put to death by order
of King 1 Manga t Ugandn Africa has l been
published gilug tho di tails of the lust
week of his life Ho describes time nrrnnl
of hUpirt nt Lubwns where tho chief nt
tho head of n thousand troops demanded
fen guns and three barrels of ponder limo
Jl LI III llI
Ylen 9k 3
chief asked Bishop Hanmngton t to remain
with him for tho day amid time Inttor com
plied Whllo Inking n wnlk tho Bishop semis
attacked by about tunty natives Ho
striiLglvd with his I nssiilnnts I but bccnmo
weak email faint nnd wns dragged violently n
longdlstnm0 by time logs When his perse
cutors halted they stripped and robbed him
smith imprisoiud l hl him in a noisome I hut III of
vermin nnd decaying bananas Whilo ho
YIJ I
rl I151lrN lo
wan biiif confined there ill amid helpless
thu chief nnd his hundred whos came out
of curlosit to feast their eves on him On
1 oOI next tI ho seine allowed to return to his
own tent wheio though still ill lie felt more
comfortable Ho wan still guarded how
over by tho nntu is Ho itimninod in Loll
during the following dnj parties of tho
chief out of idlo curiosity coming
frequentv to BOO him Ho coos nllowod I to
= erohgr ltl li vd
Bend messages to friends but ho believed
they wero intercepted l On the HOMintli day
IHI writes that nt night time place nwnrmcd l
with virmin that tho guards wero drunk
and lisle and thnt ho comic nnnblo to sleep
At last ho became delirious On limo eighth
tiny October SuIt ho was conscious Ills
entries on this day woro brief No nows A
iiyena howled nil niehtsmelling t nnlok man
llle
Hopo nl ho will l Ilt lt haa moo llYP limhn 11 time
final entry t It is bsllovcd that I shortly I after
IItk tl J tt
writing this ho wns taken out amid put to
death Ihrougliout tho week there were I
frequent entries referring to the comfort ho
domod from rending the 1nnlms i
tlTIIIUII IOU
lluiiis Oct HAbho Collln editor of
jotittiut published I nt Metz hns been
Iho
XJIHIIM ljlzitf
indicted 1 r for trial for attaching t 1 time nj judges
concerned tho recent sentencing of Abbo
Habowi for Invoking tho divine protection
on tho Trench army
Herr Hohul editor of limo llambtn Jaitr
nul ol hail been sentenced to ono months i imprisonment
I for nttneklng I I time lnarlan
prisonment MinistcrH i dealing with the Into 1 1 King Lud
wig DUoontont Is Krowing in llaarin nt tho
Inoissant priss prosecutions
A Sivliiillnr rreNINI
Ky Oct 28 Ounrlis Hon
LouiiintL evrrll l
evr
No
dorson bnokorof iominy Wnrrontlioimgl
limit who Is oharjto with 8wll1dlln n Shelby
oOllllty fnrmor out of fJ400 nllli who 81tilIOII
titter givhumg tumult bail wua nrrostod to
Uo was
dilY 1I0llr IInrhtllwlI l olltllokr
timrougli thu ooummtry t mum m bmmggy
travoihmmt 11f
1M
mmmakhmmmg lt cvUy to lemumucnnee Us with be
brouijht back here
L I LOST IN THE FOG t 1
A Canard Steamer Beached on
tho Now England Coast
THE DEAD SISTERS IDENTIFIED
1 llrltUli Nnblcmuit Dcnd MOWN
Vote N Irani Uuxlllnnloll The
Ulicilrru lliijfcu In Jiiinn
UvllKllcr Arreilnl
IMioro tu n 1 OB
BOSTON Oot Zfho steamer Pavonla of
tho Cunard lino Rot ashoro near Duxbury
in n thick fog last night on High lino lodge
three miles north on tho Garnet Point She
lies inn very dnngorous position The Pa
vonla sailed from Liverpool for Uwton
October 1Jth She 1 is n barkcmutimtsriggeul
flcrow steamer of 11410 i tons burthen Our
net Point near to which tho Pnvonla went
nihoro Is at the north side of the entrance
to Plymouth harbor Massachusetts
I
lYAShi1OION NEWS
Various Items Irani thc ftiuloiinl
Chili timil
WASUISOTON Oct28Tlmo estimitesof
expenses of tho postal service for the next
fiscal year aggregate 55312150 while tho
nppropriations for tho current year were
51SG58G3 showing nn increase in the estimates
i5i
li 1
mates for licit year of 976280 The esti
mated ordinary revenue for the next fiscal
year is 49002 630 and the revenue from
tho money order system 050000 making
tho total estimated revenue 50312693
riio estimated deficiency in tho receipts ns
compared with the expenditures daring the
next year is placed nt l7A551 while it is
nOt t af tJfi M
estimated that the current fiscal 1 year will
show n deficiency of 7413914
Secretary Manning will nssnmo the nctunl t
lt t
control of the Treasury Department to
morrow Mr Tairchlld will be relieved of
his duties ns Acting Secretary which office
tiiClis tr1h
1hecl 1
ho has hold from the time Manning was
taken sick up to date
Third Auditor Williams report wns sent
to tho Secretary of tho Treasury today In
submitting this report ho says that it nffor s
him pleasure to direct attention to tho im
proved condition of tho business of tho
office ns disclosed In tho operations of the
several divisions ns compared with the pra
ccdlng fiscal yonr The total number of
claims accounts and cases settled and dis
posed of during tho fiscal yenr ending Juno
00188G wns 11 OC involving 010172
During tho preceding fiscal year tho num
ber was 8010 involving 3157800 An increase
lJ RIsi
crease I of 53 per cent is tuns shown over
1881 f in tho number of claims etc dis
posed of nnd nbout 71 per cent in tho
monoy invoiveu
Kef erring to State war claims the Auditor
says that whilo full investigation has not
been completed n cursory examination un
folds gross irregularities arising out of
absolute carelessness or wilful perpetration
of fraud upon tho office After n thorough
examination of tho claims of tho State of
Indiana he sijs that in round numbers
08 000 had been illegally allowed 25000
of this sum was in tho year 1871 discovered
and withheld from tho credit found duo
limo State and upon investigation now
4G 000 more mado up of accounts allowed
in excess of vouchers presented Amounts
allowed twIce for the same service and
amounts allowed without vouches appear as
a legitimate churgo against time nppnr
In the matter of tho claims of tho State
of Vermont it appears that for want of n
proper system in keeping the accounts
Sj1 g Til I have boon re nrious times since
tho close of tho war of tho rebellion paid to
tho btato which instead should havo been
applied to its indebtedness amounting to
< r U 710 charged against the State on time
books of the ordnance rtg d of the
Wnr Department being n money aluo of
maroon equipments etc furnished by the
United States in tho years 18GJ 01 which
have never been returned or accounted for
Time Auditor states thnt ho is informed
that tho btato of Vermont sold tho greater
portion of thoso arms to n foreign country
tuctcoyumnd deposited the proceodsamonnt
mg i to 170 000 in her treasury
At this time tho claims ol tho Stnto of
Iowa are receiving attention but the exam
mation I risre not suUlciently advanced to nl in
elude n full report Enough however has
been discovered tho udltor says to wir
rant time conclusion that a considerable sum
has boon unlawfully paid tho State growing
out of tho reimbursements on account of ad I
vance to troops tho snmo service having
been previously paid for by tho United
Btaieb pavmaaius
1 roin the nuiuinl report of time Second As
slstnnt Postmaster Genirnl A Lee Knott
JOth of Juno 188G
it appears thnt on the 3th 18G
theme wero in operation throughout the
United btntos J7J3 routit of nil clnsses on
which mail service was performed nt nn nn
nunl rnto of expenditure nt tho close of the
Inst fiscal year of 0GC58 Iho aggre
gate length of nil these routes was 387566
miles i llio report states that from April
1st 18SC to Juno JOth 18bGtho total savings
in tho annual rate of cost in thlsclcpartmcnt
of tho postal service effected bj orders and
by now contracts for transportation amid
mail 101 equipments wero 1110780 Esti
mates for the next year nro 1580730
being nn increase of only 27J6JO over tho
appropriation for the current year
In lime star service thero was an increase
of 7 11 per cent in the quantltj of service I
nnd n decrease in time rate of cost efllr G8 nor
J N
cent ns compared with time preceding live
yonrs I
rime uport closes with a recommendation
for u change in tIme method of compensating
tho rallwaj mail service Under tho present
laws tho rnilnnjs mare paid according to tho
nvorngo dally weight carried both ways On
niy
account of incongruities under this method
of pay amid limo unsatisfactory manner of nd
justing compensition n change is recoin
mended by the substitution of I space basis
instead of a weight basis of paj I is be
lieved thnt this method will without seri
onsly affecting time present service monks n
snvlng of nbout SfSilXX per year in nmmnl
expenditures rime Sooretnij of State mndo another
effort today to secure n further reprieve
for It L Sproulo condemned to bo 11 bunged
to morrow nt Victoria II 0 Of murder
No reply WOO received It is l presumed tIme
lrq 3
i wospngo
Canadian authorities who have postponed
tho execution t three times upon tho request
of the American State Department will not
show further limlcnoj The American Con
sul nt Viotorin Is strong imbued with tho
belief thnt Sproula is Innocent which belief
is shared by time 11or uumaul many prominent
Ilrltish citizens of Victoria
Collision ut hru
VulIllt
LONDON Out 8Tho steamer Horderor
from Itostou collided with this Minerva in
time Thnmos rIme Inttor vessel sunk and
se > on persons woro drowned Limo llorderer
sustained damages
Ihooili Iii I riinro
PAIIIS Oat SFJoods in the Rhone and
Ouronno Valleja in Irnuoe have caused
e Numerous villages arc submerged
great ravages
merged Irons r munch tIme Inhabitants I are In great dU
A VurluuM MillS
born Sc of Jmoummi time tiity Oct itopomblheon Idrnvemutyelgimt Cmimupotgu I muuemmm Coun
muuitteso to duty 10lnS Iholsolvos < olollnlts
mlo
ht before time
1111 1nlln1ua 1011011 liromugimt
Suupremoo Court of the State by J I Outs
IlprOIO of time HelLlonl onldhlnles for
Judge of the Onimuuhmmah lm Court ssklmug ot time
court el to ocuoluel limo comnummitteo to place oma
the HClulllol1 city tickets the petGlonurs
name Ho states thnt ono J 0 Lodge wns I
nominated intjncoof petitioner Mr Ons
nC Y oIU t tlog tl
tine received the nomination from tIme regu
lar Republican convt ntlon but certain
charges wero brought against him amid n
second convention was called which ro
COIVel1to1
moved his name from nmollR tho Hat of can
didates and subotituteeLttmat of Mr Lodge
Mr Onstino claims it this I nomination i
was illegal and demands from the Supreme
Court fsa reinstatement A decision cannot
bo reached in tho case before tho end of tho
week and if tho defendants cars to delay
I until its cousldcrntion after election it will not come to trial
riio Kcntuclt lire
LOUIBWUB Kj Oct 28A Junes special
gives tho details of tho horrible burning of
eight persons in n log cnbln lear Fiat Hock
Knox county Kentucky on lucsday Win
Poo a farmer tkY away from homo on
business leaving his wife five young dull
dren and two young Indies of vM neighbor
hood Miss Alice Cameo stud Settle Adams
During tho night the house burned
nnd nil the inmates perished in tho flumes
1110S
Their remains wore found next day bv the
husband on his return I IB not known
how tho cabin cnughl lire but time mothers
remains were found clnspmg those of the
baby nod tho bed clothing near showed
that nn effort had bern made to extinguish
the fire Tho remains of the others were
found in tho ruins
Unndfll Cholera lluavngcs Iii 1inpsii
SAN Fniuoisoo Oct 28Tho steamer ban
Pablo arrived to dny with Hong Kong dates
to October 2d and Yokohama to October
13th
Joseph Dacruae accomplice of Bottom
the Hong Kong forger P has b cIei d
guilty and sentenced to ten years Imprison
ment
Though cholera in Japan is 1 somewhat
abating the mortality is still enormous
From September 27th to October 7th there
were C Oil oases and 413 deaths In Toklo
483 new cases occurred and thero were 403
deaths Iteturns for four weeks ending
September 2Jtb give 81903 cases and 23771
deaths cent an average mortality of over 08 per
The MnUrn Identified
MILWAUKEE Oot JTho Frnnoiscnn Sic
tern who lost their lives in tho railroad
wreck at Rio night before last wero Sister
Alphoso and Sister Dimpsen They were
accompanied by n candidate from tho
mother house nt Now Cassel Wisconsin
Tho two Sisters had been to Chicago nnd
were on the way to the Winonn Institute i
with the candidate from Now Cnssel who
joined them here nud nil throe perished
An ncllsli oblcman lend
I LONDON Oct WTho Earl of Strnfford is I
dead lie was 80 years old
This lnlj Vacation
The Theatre contained a fairsized
audience last evening The first per
formance of Vacation by thus IHhs
was greeted with bursts of applause and
inone who welt thero in the proper
spirit could not help being satisfied The
piece is thoroughly breezy nnd sparkling
xnd tho moMtablo chestnut is nicely
roasted and sen ed to the audience in an
almost unrecognizable form There are
lots of lieu gags loads of new funn >
business and nnj number of catching
songs The idea if tho play could be
accused of containing such n factor is at
least new cirl not pirticnlirh I brilliant
All tho actors are full of vim and there
is not u slow bit of icting in the whole
performance True it is nonsense but
nonsense and fun ore sj non moiis and
thoso who want fun funny fun should
attend nights performance nnd get it
dished up in any style
A
Fust Union 1atiflc Irnin
An Omaha special of the J5th saj i I
was definite settled yesterday tint the
Union Pacific railroad will mako faster
time to Butts Montana saving six hours
time from here Trains will lease four
hours later and nrrno m But to one hour
and forty minutes earlier thnn hereto
fore whIle the easter trim which leaves
liutto nt 5 35 p in will not leave under
the now tuno schedule until 7 oclock in
the evening amid will arrive her four
i ours and thirty minutes earlier All
Iran 3 between Ogden nnd Omnhi will
make > lx 1 hours shorter time All tho
ro ids connecting with the Union Pacific
anti controlled bj them will be illcCted
bj tIm mhiuange1tutcrlommumtaiem
Decks Hot Springs
1 ho medicinal propel ties of these titern
aro well known and reference can be
undo to reliable putios who hall de
rived permanent and eflcctio relief from
their use Testimonials aro daily r
coicd of their beneficial influence The
bathing is excellent Tho privte baths
for ladies nnd families are entnelj separ
ate from tho gentlemens b ith house
and hose connected with them tnehe
niech furnished pm ato plunges 10 feet
bj 10 with Jally attendants
Excursion wlgons daIly every hOlr from
all tho hotels Round trip 25 cts
MeNlo Nero Food
A delightful beverage nB cccli ins 1 reslol er
of nerve force just what Is needed in
ever for it household Ask jour druggist
KonEUTSclNfcincs Agents
People who have been cast over the
fireat Wnbash Itonto express them
Reives as pleased with its elegant equip i
lent and fast time but moru part ulni i y
with the Low Bates procmcd through
Mr 0 M Hampton Commercial Agent
No him 10 Windsor Block Denver Write to
WIII and AnnluTMir Presents
Wo suggest that j on look among the
flume dutlra and fnncj furniture of lieu rmitt
liros for what you need
White House
For the best meals and rooms go to lImo
White house Kvorylung first c lass and
low rates
Is huuhluug your coal alvvujs xccuro tho
111 aIV
best 1 i ito Ploisant Valley I dC nnthra t I
rio Maud at tho head For cabs at SmIs i
lit KTOS il Co H No 115 Main street >
Wanted
Too good tailors and ono good tailoi < sa j
ftppl to P Van Helen No 218 S Main
street
HcAiiQUVUTEiis for fruit Jars at Q F
Cutuor I Bros <
Q T Cuuiuu d JJitos rinnifll Hell
I hall Mixed Taint urn economic 4 and 5
I WIAU and cotta ojes of every dcscrlp
1 ton Du ULED L 7 > Main St
SHERIDANS OPINION I
Given of an Officer Who Du
plicatca His Pay Accounts
THE STRANDED SHIP PAVONIA
She III III u Very Eluiiccrom Iuilllotl
and tlit lJO tont9100000QUO
Ilnliil Valltluiiiiliiff oil Deck
UiicllvU orkluiriiicti
MlicrldiiiDN Oiiliiloii
WASUINOIOV Oat 29Tho proceedings
of tho court mnrtfnl convened In this
oily for the Irish of Cnptnin Wlllinra S
Jolinson USA retired have been mndo
public Cnptnin Johnson wan tried upon
charges of duplicntiiiR Ills accounts mind
rl I pay n
the court innrtlnl l J verdict of not
guilt Lloutcunnt General Bhcrldnn who
reviewed the proceedings set aside tho set
diet however In his endorsement ho nays
rims Court should hiiro admitted evidence
tonchlnr thc chnrnctcr of tho accused
The Lieutenant General further says that
tho nccuocd admitted tho execution of two
sets of vouchers for his pny for tho some
month ia shown by tho record nnd the
evidence nlso shows that ho allowed those
vouchers to paes beyond lila control so thnt
both wero presented nnd paid While It
appears that tho accused undo certain pri
veto nrrntiKcmenta with persona holding his
vouchers yet the United States was no party
thereto and wns in no manner bound by
them and although there may hnvo been
extenuating circumstances and tho over
drawn pay was refunded it neevrtheless
remains that lr Government was exposed
to fraud for which Captain Johnson
cannot bo held excusable Iho proceed
ings Jnol nex acquittal 1 in time case
of Captain William 1 Johnson U S A
retired are disapproved Tho release of
accused from arrest has been ordered amid
tho conrt martial dissolved This motion of
the Lieutenant General in disapproving tho
tsnpprovinl
finding of the conrt martini acquitting the
egd i r ofoUt tl
accused is said to bo almost I without prece
dent in tho administration of military joe
Item although there can bo no doubt as to
its legality 1ho accused stands almost in
the same position that ho did before the
trial although he cinnot be tried ngnin for
I
the same offense
The Slriiiulcil iuiuiilu
BosToN Oct 20 Shortly after the report
r fl
that the 1avoma was received the office of
tho Cnnnrd company was besoifed by
anxious inquirers mostly merchnnts ns the
news had not nt that time reached others
than those upon tho streets Ihero was
however little of n definite nature to bo
le irncd except that tho dispatch had been
received from Plymouth about noon from
Captain Woolfenden stating that his vessel
seas ashore three miles northeast by north
of Garnet Light which is northeast from
Plymouth nnd cast of Duxbury The
coast map shows thnt this calculation
would place his ship directly upon the
high pino ledge which is considered
n ery dangerous point A telegram from
Captain Woolen en nlso stated that the
ship was all right and asked that help be
sent to her The tug Pearson wns at once
dispatched to tho scene The weather out
side ia reported thick and the son Is un
usually heavy Tho Boston Towboat Com
pony hns sent two of its tugs to assist the
I Pearson I is reported at tho Cnnnrd
office that the belief there is that the Pa
onia is simply on tho sand and has a good
i oobu of floating nt the next high
tide but experienced hnrbormen who
nro familiar with tho locality where tho
vessel is supposed to be ashore
say basing their opinion upon tho dispatch
said to have been received by the Cunard
people thnt tho steamer must hnvo struck
the High Pine ledge according to the bear
ings given in the dispatch and there is
thirty feet of water all about the ledge mind
no beach that could bo discovered by sound
ing m time to prevent tho essel from strik
ing the ledge I is seen by the position of
tho vessel as given in tho Captains dU
patch that she seas n long distance out of
her course which is explained by the fact
that fog has prevailed for three days and
consequently no observations could have
been taken daring that period I is sup
posed the captain as soon as he found it
impossible to get tho vessel off went ashore
in a small boat to the nearest point and
telegraph the situation All reports indi
cate n very heavy surf last night and this
kln1l f
morning nbout 8 oclock when 0n steamer
grounded tho landing of boats must hnvo
been attended with imminent danger
I ia understood that the passengera
will be landed suit come to Boston
on the Old Colony railroid tonight
Iheie u no danger whatever to life The
Piuonin Is a new boat having been built in
Glasgow four years ago She has been run
ning on this lino a little over three years
She is 430 feet long and forty seven feet
doIS 1
wide Her value ia r00000 She has fifty
passengera cabin forty on two board intermediate and 300 cabin
llrltUli Uorkliicmrii
LOSDOV Oct 20A public meeting will
bo hold in London on Monday of tho work
ingmen nnd land reformers tho object of
which is to bo to support the policy of land
restoration and to express sympathy with
time American worl mgmen m their rl to
elect Henry George na Mayor of Now York
those who will sit tho
Among wi si on platform
are Dr McDonald nnd Dr Clark members
of Parliament Helen Inylor amid tho Slow
Hcndlam
intrill Kiuillmrv Agnln
Sorts Oot 20 Genernl Ivnulbara the
I Hus inn military ment has addressed a
fresh note to Ibo Bulgarian Foreign Minis
ter in which ho says In view of tho nr
rival nt Varna of Government emissaries
who nro spreading reports that tho presence
of Russian gunboats there Is without im
portanco I compelled to inform you that
Il J
these gnnboats lmIO vigorously ntllrm their
importance if events render it neccssnr i
mure ami Iiigliiiut I
Pirns Oct ormme lonrnal des I Debuts
BUYS England must understand that Trance
will not surrender her share of influence
assured her in Egypt by her past nnd her
position as n Groat lower amid her colonial
and declares that lone
interests nn as ns Eng
land refuses to satisfy tho just demands of
France to oordinlly reciprocate the British
rench polio is roclproonto
IlumliiN Hunk failure
LINCOLN 1 Oot Jfho Duslin bank
failure assume greater proportions as the
days pass Unstina Montana liabilities now
ronoh 90 rime total liabilities foot up
over 00003 with only 07000 assets The
loss to depositors is n cool 100000 Dustm
Is preparing to nssign and it Is barely pogsi
bio that ho will bo able to pay J5 cents on
tho dollar
Socrctitr H11 n ii I n ff ait Dock
WASHINGTON Oct Secretary Manning
assumed tho control of tho Irensury De
partment for the first thins silo he seas
taken sick nnd signed nil time matter reunit
ing tho signature of tho Secretary
V SlOl > 00UOl > lloiul Cull
WASHINOTOV Oct 2JSecretsrs Manning
I this afternoon issued I call for 10000000 In
stucco December percent 31st bonds rims cull will mature
Hecks Hot Springs
I I hus boon piovod b > tho public that
the use of thoo waters mare beneficial In
curing diseases Catarrh Dyspepsia and other S
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
m
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Undcrcar
HOSIERY AND GLOVES
Latest Novelties in Neckwear
SHIRTS COLLARS AND CUFFS I
MADE TO dllDlMl AND HEADY MADE 1
SUPERIOR COODS 1 REASONABLE PRICES 1
HANNAMAN Co Li
342 1an Sree1
BUSINESS CARDS
L AlOES aND GENTLEIiIEES GcltStENT5 I
Li AJii Cleaned and llcpalred In the test
i Ialn ostlble slreet manner Troy Stem Dye Works 142
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G FO TIIACKU VII EXPEKT ACCOUNTANT
JT Sal Lake City Utah lostnl Box 694
local terma One Dollar per hour
rpo LOANON GOOD anAL ESTATE OR
TOgO personal security J6 000 Inquire at
Ilooml VYmatcli Building
FRED C ANDERsoN 1UB SSOOOO EAST
1 ern and local money to Loan
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
A 8 CHAPMAN J L WI1YTOCK noR
fMIAPMAN 1 MITOCK
CHAPMAN o
Daxstit I
Walker crcd Opera Houto Aiucsthetlcs artmluis I
Telephone In office
Tll J A WHITNEY I
IDoXXtxl O Boot
No 76 W Second South Ireet over Noble I
Wood i Co
T I mntsomu
J I
Xlozxtiot
Herald Building opposite Continental Hotel
West Temple Street
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
Tfi C MCIIOL1
J a NIIOLSDon I
Don
01F1CE Opposite tIme Walker louse I
ASSAYERS
J SmcICKEIm I
saayor
Under McCornlcks Bank Main Street
SALT 1AKE CITY UTAH
F M BISHOP
19ayor
161 MAIN STREET SALT LAKE CIT UTAH
All work Carcfullj and Promptly Executed
MISCELLANEOUS
EOPEJXJG
OF TIlE
Polytechnic Institute
ON THE
15th of SEPTEMBER 1886
Chemistry J Metallurgy and Mining
TI1OKOLGULY TAUGHT
Send for Prospectus Can be consulte on
all matters pertaining to the profession
H niHSCHING O E M E
Chemist
LEWIS B ROCERS
I INSURANCE I
TiE lON vOIcE ISSURAhCK CO
Of London England Capital and smell
Jl 091 W3
ORIEM INSURANCE CO
if Hartford Connecticut Capital and aefet
1 59o 6oO 34
VVASIIINGION F i f INS CO
Ot Boston MaEsachuEctts Capital and ahjeta
15ol850
NOKTinvESTEKN MUTUAL LIFE INS CO
OfMllnauVee VMs Act 124 215 257
OFFIEAt Solo Deposi Vaults Union Na
lienal lank
I C CONKLIS Pros 111 II CONKUVSecy
k IA SJ
B O IUYBOULD Vice Fr VV It POLLOCK sept
i J IO HORN Treaiurer and Manager h
I
THE SWUNG
SAMPLING AVOBKS
Ores and Bullion Carefully Sampled
SlECJAL ATTENTON lIVEN 10 TiE
Stale 01 Ores smut liuuilhea
Mill South Temple street between Utah A
Nevada mil Utah Central Railroad Depots
Dept
I Ottlce ho 115 Main strict upstairs room t
KAHN DROS I Ih I
aitdllilluMn
liultMtlu 15111 Ilctall i
IQGROCERsD
Uouutr Dealers will Iliad i to their ADYAN
rAGE 10 scuil their orders to Ibo above firm
I In the
Xlot il 3DoiD itxnioiat
Stock Tho KKKSIirST and DKST God are kept In
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
1 RLO
I Sign Writer
No Id H tlmt South Surest
Fresco Graining
MISCELLANEOUS I
NCEIt1CIMBLLS
< < < < 1o
300
oof ut
S CE
< > OOOOO OO <
ALL SOLID
Three SY1es
AT
160 Main Street
OxXFOBJX
Restaurant
NEW OYSTER HOUSE
l
N BERNAKDIS LATE OF THE VIENNA
LS Chop House has opened a first class
Restaurant and Oyster O House at
e 3VX in JStroot 1
Three door south of the Walker House
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT m
I And will be under the supervision of the pro
prletor who Intends to make this the Oyster
house par exeelenco of IbeTerllry
NICK DEIfUIlDlH
J OBERJDOBFER
SUCCESSOR TO C
LEVIBERGCO
fT A IMPORTING ILOR I
Il I HABERDASHER i I
I I 10S iO VT1I ItAIK STREET 19 A I
MARTIN SCHMIDT Clutter and Fitter ii
HENRY F CLARK
Fashionable Tailor
GO SoxxtJbu JVEni13 St C
A Nice Assortment of Oloth always
on hand
E SELLS JAMES TUCKER H W SELLS rm
SELLS CO u
I I
holesalo and Retail Dealers In
LU 1vI I
BER 0
FLOORING RUSTIC i
lLOOlrd8Sii H
SHINGLES PICKETS t I
WINDOW WEIOHTS A NAIL S
DOORS WINDOWS MOULDING
m
A Specialty
1
Prices to Suit the Times
I
ORDERS for BED PINE SOLICITED 1
Call on us before purchasing elsewhere
152 11 V Flnt South Street Opposite 1
14th urd Asvnuibljr IIooiu Mlt
REMOVAL
OF THE
i
DRG Lumber Yard
riO TilE OLD TANNERY SITE CORNER OF I
T Second South and Third U est streetawbera
at nil times may be found a general assortment
olCalifornia Oregon Utah and Eastern Lum
bor at the lowest market prices
CRAIN and WOOL WANTED
At current price Advances made on the latter
Telephone No 2S4 A KEYSEU i J
w 3j IHXOOEl
DEALKll IN
Oiceii Staple fancy Groceries i
Finils Toullry and Fish
Orders by Telephone promptly II odd to
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