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1 I J VOL IVNO 70 C SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOVEMBER 20 1886 FIVE DENTS
GREAT LAKE DISASTERS
Uith I Numerous Wiecks and Tear
I ful LOBS of Life
I
IN THE PACIFIC
1 FOUNDERED
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IE i 11111rr Inn 111 Chlmifo lip
Iruell I liuliru In Soulli
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lossibleij razcn tu l > eiitl
f lent
I Nov HIIhe News alloIIII from
DESHR sas 1UfeIlO lIurlcaoll n home
Sterlin froUl MichlfIIl WIIH lost ill tho HtOll1i
Owners 5teaJer Moullay whllo hUlitili clIHlu Jiftcoll
nuleielst of hero Ilia frozon ho V WIIH
colero1 estenla an hroujht to town
d <
1 thii nftrrnoou
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DKIBOIT Nov II A special lo tho ln
IIm froi 11 < rankfort H iS A lako disaster
I Ill nrrril hst inlit nnd there is left not n
J 3 oiVlMho slbr During tho hcieht of
Hiflntoriuvesterdiv nftornoon intervals
hrWi the blinding snow storm n three
Juaster schooner could bo seen nbout six
ffrtWithvveHl of rankfort Her poles
v lOre IIlruot Jaro IUIlI hor dock sccmctl Ionr
11 ntlcmltt waa IIIn o to lIuohor
01 cargo
I hernn she holtl for n thllO hut HOOII hrol
E J looi mlllriCtClI helplcsHl buforo tIO tIllo
I I J The Viml rallually Inorollse in violtncu
Iud these is wero growing overy moment
leuierwlien darkness settled over thu Inko
llelpVIM asked from tho life Hiving Btation
t lmintee I but it was impossible I for tho l
S I it to leave in such n galo I After Lroat
trouble the life saving station HIX milea
north of btio WHS luachod nnd thonppirn
tai hauled own tho const by afevvvolun
teem over stoop hills winding ravines tree
tranki iinel h ivy AllOW drifts and pelted by
I the ilrivnu I snow nnd hail they iirnvcd nt
CA II thenceno of ow disaster nt Horrmg Creek I
I atfouroclook this morning nfter n twenty
mile strnjdJlo acniiist tlio elements Iho
broken mints shruuds lumbor nnd debris
fIS were ill mixed lIu < pilid < upjtogothor Cap
< lam t Matthews thinkri she must lmo lnul
J her anchor dm and pounded to pieces on
the outorlllll One body was found that of
I a iniuAbout oars old with black hair
unJ sandy moustache In tho pocket of his
City t I Nit win letter be miy the address Wil
I Urn Inures 111 Madison street Chicago
Ihl lace waq badlv jimmcdnnd Inn bands
11u I rented Ihe vessels j awl with tho name
den Jlenekiuiui was near by uninjured U is
tboauht Blio hnd n crow of nine men and
lint hlie I > roko IIH HOOII us she struck No
oilier bodies have jotliten discovered
Uotber wrick was discovered two miles
wuth where Iho sinio chaolio wreckage wns
R e all it < nliy the li I nil eonisp ont Iho
I < tntiro stern of the nchooner Marinetle of
lien wis discovered Vt n neighboring
tit n house w is a bruised and battered man
nth hcerntid hands from which Iho lleah
IM slruped IIUlI hm feet were bndly
IIllietor follen lieu 0 W AnnlsC 1ort Huron
l isiiluronkiillrst trip and thu only sur
rivorot this vessel
lnlerit the wreck n fresh wreckage was
diicuuril oil in Iho Inl o Sailin turns
says H keiloitnt daybreak and saw n Kiuall
len liueo Btmdm on Iho outer bar
MB nbre ut of here Slio had a fantopon her
sin ku stuck mill nn exhaust pipo half way
p I the stack she was about seventy livo
1m Iml n tnperniL innst no cross tries
iud n 11 IL lioiited at tile niiisthuul bhu
CEIIS I came on roiilsulo I beadid Honth and
lUnI1I I 1 fearfully sho tilled iind sank bo
ioiti the Riirfnc 1 siv nothing of thor
crew mi I 1 tl Ink nil wero lost
oth ltn IIU
i I
I niti o III Nov 11 Pirtloiilirs eon
HOCHIE
IIw which been
Cfrini i crc it storm hns
rniins on 1lllre I Superior show Hint it wns
the fiercest cnle that over swept tho lakes
tables Al Mar iiitto the lako wnu lushed into Hen
onilyth terrible force of tho wind and
Jle sei lifter son rolled completely over tho
trnkw iter 1 loducmg n tremendous current
anJmidirtow in the harbor The vessels nt
run Ihe docks HUIPtw1 1 their heavy bronstlines
Ikollmiel and were soon compelled to MI
o it anllil 1 nt nnchoi I ho breakwater bar
dor liLht w is lorn from its heavy timber
are lrllI1J fmteuuiK4 t an lt I washed Jli into tho I kollIl Iho I
tower WIIS hftid by an iminonso wavo nnd I
liorled tllp t Hint into tho Inl t and drifted
I MM npiJIj i nn ly Iho nsctio of tho wow of
L ri 1
tlieUoulml si homer 1 loridn by tho tug
JOMB 0 Ilitt w is a d irniL not and was witnessed I
IyHiHIIIIs of puiplo win throiiLid tho
bench Iho Flombl would hivo made Iho
nrbor 1 in sllflty but fir tho blinding snow
Whui tho sturm ah ited n littlo the captain
of f the 11 lomlll found IIH boat in imminent
I dinner i fl lotllIl islied IIL unst tlio bronk I
S wter mil ho it oneo dioppod both nnehorfl
j n nn nttuuit li HWO Ihu but Captain
Irnnk of tin tiiu Jillott steamed to tho
renew Hi aiw that ho could not sa > o tho
velie I mid b nt all his efforts toward risen
Ing 1 the en H Tho 1 captain endeavored to
Minn to Iho 11 m 11 several 1 timoH but was
umUp I to tl il j H and finally backed up t
in I tlio tu HHtiru under tho MsselHquar
Jera Iho l I 0ucl I i H crowthen bouui to loap
wtliurlnos a ililUoult tuliiR o JiisUIertmj
iiioiiiiiinso broakwators which swept tho
chooiur f > ro and nft and kept tho Oillott
P
j ooi
11 lItlllr ftlt
c oal jaiuriiiiL iinut utor throo of them bad
ij rachc I tho tuL safely n heavy Boa throw
l Itr n nmsl tho Honda nnd for n few
inmutu it lulud as if Iho Gillett would
l ire tho t Helm I > iut H fate t Her entlno I was
on heNe
n e niro I and tho 1 wheil ould otis
were oivol HenliiiL iitlur way tho I tnj whilo > towards tho Lieat tho rollers Bhoro
OS s Pdlj Mine men in tho crnnk pit how
CVer IlIallll nod to turn tho crank just in
ime I to en illo tho duiim cnptnm to Hno
td
M ana ttl Otl p 11Aaf
return to tho worlc of n soue Utor
yijuillettwnslii position iiLiin two moro
lifH inilo the leap in Hafoty and then
Ti IJlo in I tain nnd tho mnto were hfl I
luocnplnin was not I Ilio
willing to lonvo von I
IItIllefow > tlu m ito was safely off but Iho
Wet lCusI1 tlljUlllp t j although repeatedly
or ho > erl1 to > < 111 HII by both captains Finally I
eflI vir tho side of tho loridn mid
1t elulI < K there despite the ontrcntlcH of Ilio
lIIell I on the tut below who wanted him to
I hUll iiiimclf drop and ovon attempted to pull
Ln LlowlI Jut woro unnlilo to loosen his
f l nli JHlaho clung thin a Lront BOII
S I mM1 tui 1I 1nliiHt tho schooner with
lerrlhle forco < thing tho unfortunate
m i
h nimUnueii tin vessels amUrinding his
ho IlIlu II pulp I AH Iho vessels separated
r In Iho MM o IIILIII and drnvvn aboard tho tug
11111111 Ju ° il t un making Iho leap nt tho snino
A8hlallli CHI Nov 1 Iho IlCI UII
HAl < WIAnIiAln HPl10111 RIlYA Nows hllH
oaolo1
lIro thllt tho
Iueh stolllor Jlcoro
Irf Jor MomIIY wih lln uro for
IRRIVIN CleHlrllll Ils Hon tll tho botol of thu
Ilke wllh ulou 101 lhu Olptllill or tho
Aleal i 111o iiiMiwnH Bint out after her
C O tl u i hlli hor R1r JHt lluuvu tlo water and
J Oiin 01 i4 or thl mOi trntiH to them
t th1 WIIH ooRiilod nn that of tho I
HUllllt VOHIMln nnnibored
i 10 VOSAOtS crow 1111 IJ
in
1110 I i II I h 111 If voli nro Biipposid lo bo
i bisnoovored weiu entnsul in
Io ll II < S illcllH ot ICO
I Cll SION N v IAllvlol Imvo bun ri
v IVIIIr tl lllt irtlt tlmt n Hhlp orowdul
Wlh IIIlvo I lorirsrolnrnliiK from iiiiins
I roturllH fWI 11tls
Jceau 1IIIIulo1A foumlort in tlio Im illu
J ILL mult tlt 110 liviHwiro lost
J3L15
nUllnI ln
jruUI I HLlll IINNA lIt 11 Nov 1IIAIIlclwH IvI tlllYH fWI Holl
t IUSli IIRlruchllhlurl 1lllhlr to 1lvI
1 III lIn 11AR hlA Iullml for lsllllAAnl
I rll t UI ho ncrHi lutowlT wln Ollllllhlll tw wih
WI IIlnl tl IOlvo IIlyhow 0
authorities Imvo Ijecnordered lo nfford nverj
fnoilily li for IhoBnfodepnrluroof l tholtussinn
I
olllcials nnd to render protection to mq who
will lenvo the counlry nloiiK with Oomril
Kanlbnrfl nnd to take all slops necessary to
1 levent I an outbreak r disorder on tlio oc
cnsion of their departure I is Hinted that
Itussin will send to tho Powers n ineinornn
duiu conoernliiR tho Unitarian question lelorll nnd
tho action of General Knulbnrs
I oleRrnms have been sent from Lorn 1n
Innkn to 1rinco I 01 1
him nt leI first anniversary Vloxandcr I of congratulating his decisive
victory over tho Servians which was won nt
Slivnltn on Jiuvembcr 18188r
Som Nov 10 Captain Nnbokell who
led tho revolt nt Kour as and tho three ser
Remits who woro implicated in it have
been condemned lo donth Severn former
oillcinlsof lloumolia who took part in the
relol le woro sentenced to imprisonment for
timtuini siiKiiHtiiv 1iiiir
MAIHIID Nov Un tho bonalo last
iiiKlit tho opposition dcclnrcd that 1iemiei
SnastiH iwlioy wns responsible for the
mllltnry mutiny in September I
Senur Sujnsln replied that anjono who
should hnve predicted that n icar would
olnpso after the donth of King Ufonso with
out any distiirbnnco moro serious than nn
uprising of CO unortnni7ed men which wns
entirely suppressed within two hours would
hnvo been ridiculed ontinuiii tholnino
Mimstei I said tho suppression of the I revolt
wns duo moro to tho I improved customs of
tho country nnd the virtues and talents of
tho Queen Hum to the efforts of tho Govern
melt which however hnd done its lest to
preserve order
General bnlnuianca attacked Premier bn
asta personally nnd amid genera inur
murs declared that the
lurH only way to bring
about tho fall of tho Government wns by
resorting to n military uprising
General Castello Minister of War con
detuned tho efforts to make tho army a
politic il engine Ho sal < 1 the policj of tho
Government was to mnko of tho men com
posing the army oud soldiers who would
ever bo rendy to aervo their country nnd
follow its Hag
The general opinion is that tho Govern
mint carried off tho honors of the debate
and that tho opposition made nothing by its
attack
ImlIT I ami I utrlcv
WASHINGTON Nov I11 tho matter of
irl entries inndd in Huinboldt county Call
fornin under tho timber land act on which
f niAuJ mi3lrh Cgo
intents have been mi issued tho Seerolnry of
tho Interior hns advanced tho suit to vacate
the p itonts Ihls notion is the result of nn
investigation upon which the Department
holds that tho entries woro fraudulently
inndo in Iho interest of n Scotch corpora
tlon organied for Iho purpose of obtaining
control f of all of tho valuable I red wood
timber lands m that county and that tho
foreign corporation wns aided in its work
by u linn in California and men employed
by that linn Iho Secretary in his letter to
the Ulornoj General characlerizes Iho
scheme by which tho p itonts were obtained
as an oxtonsivo conspiracy culminating in
n monstrous frnud
V 1C of I Corporation
Cmcioo hov IA license has been
issued for u corporation to be known ns tho
Chicnfo Co operative 1nckingnnd Provision
Company Iho incorporate are allKmeJits
of I alior I is claimed that 1000 has nl
lendy been KUbscribed with only n total of
J5J 000 needed Iho question is beine con
sidered of buying tho onttlo from the farm
ors direct llIillf expected tho corporation
will employ 1003 men
Illshoi hllIlo Ilmlcii
Vbiiivoiov Nov U Itishop Henry II
Whipplo of Minnesota n member of the
committee to negotiate with certain Indian
tribes in Iho Northwest for tho silo to the
Government of portions of their rrsorva
lions l has resigned 1 nnd Jarod W Daniels I
rt I
of Minnesota l has been i appointed to W tho
vacancy
iirk or thr lumen
JHISH Cm N J Nol II 1 roilne s em
broidery factory on North strict burnt d
this mornint Liss flWCOO Iho insur
nneo will fully covir the loss
HiiUHHiis Nov 1Tho HOI College
nnd Intermediary 1 raining Schools at IIuj
havo been destroyed by lire
hull ru III lluiiuiv l > r <
HULNOS A iniH Nov H Cholera has
broken out in tho hospital for tho insnno in
thin city and of ULjitein nelsons alt lekcel
with tho disease two h tvo died ihi I ro were
iiliid now cases and tho deaths at Itosano
during tho past twentv four hours
I Inl the Ciuiurj
I
Ijiseoiv 111 Nov 11 is reported that
illiini Distin his Hid the country Iho
llrm owis xl0 0 wilh assets of only
JTOOOO
l I liliiuiiiiiii lluni
bN 1 nxieisco Nov 11101j Vh bint
convicted of the murder of a Chinese woman
four j ear IILO was haiiLid Ibis afternoon
I Wil snr ITnl
IOSIHIN Nov 1Lho Whilo blar and
I Cnnaid stoamerH after tlio > 0th instant will
Bail from Liverpool to Now Yurl direct
Iti Melons Smlu < <
I HI MMIKH OMIIIDUM llulv loin
Hehool J lr 1
iiiuiiion S I in i Smuhi Rchoo1 >
P in oNunliu i > mtr miilLiUclmuiKt
I 10 in i mining mill I Hcrinun
1 1 II 0111111 pruvcr 1 I
7 1
CdMlltl I 1IONI ClIUIlCH lllO UOV
1 I It llirill pislor PublievvorHlii mill
hirinun li > the pastor nt 1 n in i him
IIIY Hcliool ul U 15 Otlior Sniiilij
Hchouls uiiilei tho direction of lo Alex
Monroo IIH follows Ninotponth viml
tl 0 liiitli uiiil Inontloth vnrils Jp
in IluiuliiiiKHimiios nt 7 in us fol
lows Itntli VMinl i Heiv 0 IJt Ithss
Ninutiuntil vviinl Kuv Uox Monroo
vvnrd Hen I H llirill
TWlnlolh 1 Ilrl 1 I hml
ANNUAL STATEMENT
IVOR 1III M I U I M1INO I lltII 1 Mill l II
1 mi of Ilioeonlltlouof the I >
London Provincial
FIRE INSURANCE CO
XiUVCITUD
Or LONDON ENGLAND
Mn lo to the Hccrelnrj of the 1 errliorv of I tnli
nllI nrsuimu I I < nn it nlnllni 1 I li 1 rl In Insur I
imeo tJulllllloK imriM 1 Mireli 11 IbSl
1 Niimoof 10IIm > ali loentloit Ihe Ix n
don t1 mvlncl il 1 Irelnsnrniuii CIIIIII >
I Imlle I ot IIII1U 1 Jugllllll I 1
2 II i nmoiinlof laj II il hid kin 11 poonoooo
I Tho I IIluuul M Btoi Ic 11111 I up U 211lilO
I II eiiini mill Ils UhetHls 7 J7t2 1
Ihe uiiiniinli t IU 1llhttllh 1 in
I10Ult Is
Si 1
ilulIiiKl ii llnl U 7OIR
li lhi Nil Hurt Ilia over nil luhl
lien In I Hurllus Hi r w 1
l Illinium IIH I Alt mi IIr ieiil
t Mr Ilo Itrrltiri ot I tih Inulo I
l IIJ rltt 1 tike til I
7 Tho I Hiuli lniliirliiillivenr 110 h 10710
lie I XiilHure lurliii the tnr
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olnnlll HIII iii Itll 1 ll111 I
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lenl ot tin gllllIlUltt1 II KllhIIJIIIIIY
nn 10iL I 1II Irt llrt il 11 i I 111cmher lut 1 U I i or
rid luiMMIiiK t > tlu liilot hlHlnftrniutlin
I Millet riniiitlul
I
ImnwUilifU IIIFIII I
1 111
Ot the llrm of IlKrr 1 HZ I liuiml hmt I
ul the slht ll CIIIU
t
IA LAKE STEAMER SUNK
I
The Steamer Manistiguo Lost
With All on Board
I
A LARGE FIRE IN CINCINNATI
1lrlo Viuiiutil nf Impcrt le
Nlroiiil SHiriuiiciitii oolcn
llllli llurliol I liilcniiiiiliuiilii
Jil Hi n UIH Strike
I I I ulCL stciiliicr I list
CIIIOAUO Nov 0 It WM reported Inst
iiitjht hat tlio steamer MaiiistiLtiP whoso
consirln the schojners Miiriuctto and
Menel auncre vvtro wrecked nonr Irutik
fort hu id iniulo a gnfo harbor nl
tho Mnnltou Islande but I Inter
dlHiialch from llinislee Midi nsnorlfl tbnt
soon nfter loaiiiu her coiwortu tho AlnnlB
tetuo becniuo Uianbkil anil drifted help
lessly up the Inko until nho reached Bur
hums mcr twmty miles north of Mnnistet
when Miei struck ami mmk with nil lirtnds
iho AInuistieuo was ooiuninndod by
Cnntnin Walter Ashley nnd carried n crow
of liftccn ICU I this report ii i true the
number of lives lost by the siiikiue of the
Mniiistiuuo thirly nnd her consorts ii swelled to
VIMIIUKS I UMKVI
I M III lio < oinludiil Ultliniit In
11 111 Ielrlms
c n c
WABirisoToV Nov 1At Imlf past threo
clock this afternoon Utorney Ucneral
Onrl uid nnnounoed tu tho Supremo Court
tho death of ox President Arthur Iho
Chief Justice snld tho Court received tho
intelllLcnce with sinccro regret nnd ns n
mnrk of its respect to tho deceased would
stand adjourned until luesday next
J lt
1 S
iho President to day issued nn Lxeoutivo
older for tho closing of the Lxccutive Lo
pnrtmenls Monday tho dnj set for the
tny
funeral of President Arthur
A committee has not jot been appointed
on tho part of the House of Representatives
to attend tho funeral of tho Into ox Presi
exIresl
dent Arthur Speaker Carlisle is expected
to arrive in tlio city to taorrow morning
when n course of procedure will bo decided
upon hero baa been considerable tele
graphing l on tho Jl iceh7t C him and
Ucucinl Clark Cleric of tho House but
without definite results Ibis is duo to the
fact that there is no precedent for the np
I > oititiuent of I committee on tho part of
the House to attend the funeral of an ox
Ircai ont who dies during tho recess of Con
gress
NEW YonK Nov 1he funeral cero
monies over General Arthurs remains will
be entirely without display His remains
will not ho in stnto but lifer the services
Monday will bo taken direct to the Hurl
Cemetery at lbinj I wns thc intention
of tho authorities i of Ubnnv to have tho
l o ro
mains lio IO stale in the Citj Hall there on i
with tlmt object m view tho Hnjor of that
oit Aent tbo thlq
1010 N tcmolWII folowln i benBrcenble to
the fannlj to havo President Arthurs re
mnins ho in sti to in tlio City Hall in this
city on Monday
hiened Jons Hovn IiiATCiiEn
I his reply was telegraphed Major
lon John lioid Itutehei Wayoi lbany
Iho family of General rthur request me
to acknowledge jour telegram nnd tu ox
press to you their sincere appreciation Vs
it IB the di sire that tho exercises shall bo of
as simple a character as possible i has
been decided not to accept anj ollci of pub
lio ceromonj
binned JOHN L Mol HOY I
Ilio Hoard of ldermen to daj received n
message from Mayor Qrnco in legird to the
death of President
ex Arthur Vppropnate
resolutions were adopted ll l tho public
f II gS i
buiIdltiLs l wero ordered draped and lr pub
funeral lio businchs suspended on tlio dny of tho
Only tlio 1 fuuily will I accompany tho body
to tho church Iho I casket is to bo of lino
oak covered with broadcloth without trim
mings Un tho top will bo n silver plate on
Sgl JI tboI tSI3
oI
which will hoengrnvod tho nnmo and dnto of
death Ibo services at tho church will
bo short and there will bo only two lijmns
sung by tho choir I Secretaries Gresham
and Lincoln arrived lo night but did not
call at tho housn No ono has seen tho bod
except the members of tho familj Iho
names of the pill bearers havo not been do
oiekdon Ihoso who havo expressed their
willingness I to aecept arc lix Secretaries
Gresham Lincoln Chandler Ulornej Gen
eral Hrewster and Postmaster General Hat
ton Secretary Hcnrj leller 13 in Den
ver nnd lelefraphed tlmt lio was Hick nnd
could not attend
HAN FnANclAcO Nov 1f John 1
Mel1 > oil In expressing our profound sorrow
d rxJ W Ol UtI t
row me sincere 8mpnthj wo voico Iho un
versa senlinunt here
biemd JoiiV J JOVKS
mt
JOHV W MACKAI
uousTt AloNov lC A Ailltui Ji
1 lug to tender my smeeriHt syiupathj ill
jour jlat here ivement I is mj mUnlion
to bo present at tho funer U
Signed JAMIS G Hi AIM
IIIL I In In liiiliiniiil
CINCINNATI Nov oA tiro broko out at
10 thu mornlni > nnd completely destrojed
tho fourth llfth nnd sixth stones of tho
clothing houses of Marcus Irochcnner A
Co nnd Mack Stadler Co Ilio oxnot
lliiresof tho los 110 not known but it is
cHtimntidat from ITOCJO to < rjOOC3 I
is staled that < bOO 000 insurance is carried
by tlio two houses lour llromen wore in
jurtdby lit int buried in tlioMebna inside
thu Liuilliiies
Iho llurnct Houso quests wt ro awakened
and gathered at the windows facing tho firo
vvlioro thoj vvntclied its progress not with
out npi rihension but without pnmo Iho
ilrodipirtment I tiarcled I as iltictuaUv J ns it
could all 1 vvilh success neniiiat tho si read
of tlio tlio I to adjoining hnildin s liout
li IlllnIH
Illl 7 d
loelook when tlio tiro was vell under
conliol the lloor uavo way with some
mombeis of tho lire company who woro
carriid to tlio cellar Vfter much diUlciiltj
UK v woro all i ithciud nhve but senously in
J
ltOfrli rll lli
jnrul 1 Iho liss of Mack Sladler I Co
and Male us luehoimer il Co on goods is
total and I will amount to I etvroil friUOOO
1111 VJInl rlltlio olf
mid > 3OJ oneh Iho loss on the build i
inesis placed nt x > OUJU Ilith liiiiliues
niulBtod aritaniplj insured
Mills Hum
HACIIIVIMU Nov JO IhoCnpitnl woolen
mills wtio totallj deslrojcd bj llro t a Into
insurtd hour list IItjht Iioss fTilHX pirlially
lliulli lt u Ullllliiiiulri Ilinilur
1 iMiin N Y Nov JO John Arnold Jr
a number of uncross nnd liiillionnlro
IhiHCllV banker died thin morning at his homo in
IliinU siud iiuiil
Nhv iiu Nov JO Iho wetKlv l bank
slate nu nl HhovvN a 11 fli i v o increase of Sj 01 >
XIO Iho 1 banks mm hold > Il I ISO IKK in IIX
otss of tho rule
l In olu 111 Mill Mrlku
IniHiHiui Nov WAt Ihooonfcrenoo of
thu iiiinellsvlllo col o optrutora and their
implojestliis nftirnoon tho operators ro
fund IOLiaiitanj of tho dunnnds oxcopt
tho niio asking for I small ndvnneo in waetH
topiy lion was forshiipiiiini njiettd j b tuoln tho nilmrH this proiuiil ami tho
inutiiiL iiilj uriud Killiseiiitiitlj tho
ollluinlsolluud tomibmit thu Uld
iniiurs Ioilii 010111 Slllllit quia
I
tions to arbitration but n I number of tho
I operators had left for their homes action I
I was postponed until to morrow Secretary
Miller of the Miners Association says that I
I if tlio operators refuse to consent to nrbi I
tration a strike of lOOO coko operators in
the region will bo ordcrcel nt opratorR I
IILSIMSS AXi > MIMM1
Iolut tu ii I online
UI
liatevir lay bo tho secret HprniLs
which mOl thc tl IIICHIK and receding
Comstock shares on tho stock market i
cannot bo ikmed that oxtnordin irv
actiMtv lu inltiine elovclopniont is the
order ot the diy Alines in Ncvud un
touched for ors its clioui with the
stioUts of tho pick and with powdci
blists Deserted 111111111 districts iro
starting into lift and uetiuU CipitU
ind men nro moving in Iho direction of
tho mountains Exports are Hpvjng out
the IndiiiK places of mineral anil rulw I > H
are tllPlinl > and crossing them
The iteliiiotit Cotirici says tho larc 1
smelting furnice built m Egan i injon
Whito 1ino count bj General Koso
cratis tvveho > JCUH ILO is ben taken
down anil will bo brought to Heno and
nddcd works to tho plant of tho reduction
Silver has touched lowest bottom and
must hereafter move upward until it
eams lUrojal cqmilit with eold From
our mining exch inges Wl gather milica
tions of tho coming boom for which we
shill eiidcaver to find Hp ice hereafter is
the tide rises
A > evad jnper sijs riirough the
kindness r Ihomas Ireverton Supcrm
tendeiit of tho 1 nghsli CompmyH nickel
and cobalt mines in Cottonwood Canyon
near the Churchill line tho Sitter btatt
13 in receipt of a specimen of the ore
brouubt hero b > Mr bwceiie I ia rich
in nickel and cobalt ind is worth 1 000
per ton Cob lit it seems commands a
high prico m the market ind tho ore
lil
c irrics a l laige p i ercent r ieo of tlio mineral I
There ure ten miners emplovod bj the
company and the numbei will bo in
crowed when hoisting works now con
tcmplated are erected Sitter Sap
The Yirginia lirnnide of tho 18th
Rays Ihe ore development in Con al
ii Va has infused new life and iyjr in
the man itement of bcveral Comstock
mining properties that hive remained
shutdown and virtual ibandoned for a
number or years due to the refusal of
almeholders to contribute in assessments
for 01 er itmg expenses Under the silu
tarj mfluenco of a booming market in
Comstock mining securities base upon
substantial oro developments confldcnco
m tho old lode has been restored and
shareholders m mine that have been
closed down for sever iljears arc petition
ing the trustees to resume opei itions
Undei the mfluenco of the reviving in
terest the Keves and Cosmopohtin
mines on the 15runswicW lode in Six
inilo anon ind nutneious incorporated
companies owning mines located in
1 lower districtare moving in tho mil
tor of icopenma and developing claims
in which I pick has not been struck since
ISiO From tlio present outlook tho
Comstock is on tho ovoof 11 net of un
preceelented prospcrity >
liulgti of 1 lection
Iho following lined poisons luvo
been appointed bytlC Uhh Commission
as judges of raumcip il elections
1 A Shields presiding judgo A ilhain
I owe U t C Wirren Poll 3 Ojden
Iliillip Hank rcsidmg judje John I
Kotcli Israc Farr Poll J Ogden i Thomas
Farr prtsidmir judge Robert Wison
Poll 1 Ogdcn Joseih S Union pro
siding judLo Thomis L Ulen lohn
Sprigs Coalvillo precinct Summit
county i A I Thorntonpresidingjndte
James Crookston James Chipmin Ji
Amenctn Fork prccmct Utah count
Goorgo J Acrs presiding judge L L
Clark Ubert M iirsh Vlpino precinct
Utah eountv W G Alerntt
presiding judge Alexinder 1 His L S
Kobmson Pleasant Grove Utah count > i
James A Thomas presiding judeo
J lines W Talor George Wobb I elu
precinct i W I 1 urbinks iiresulmg
judge Ailliun McBetli 1J Wimmer
la > son precinct Utih count Olo Noil
son presiding judeo John Pirtcn I I
Hourgard Mnnti precinct Mnpeto conn
t S L Gillcspio presiding juileo I T
liorco W I Booth fr liieham pro
i met C icho count George Dills j re
siding jiulu Divid Milcolm John t i
Ihomis Spanish lork piccinct i icoree
Qinnn rcsitlmg judo Itismus CIiw
son L M Olson 1 phrxitn pieemet in
pctoconnty 1
Ilio 1 einiiiriinio Mctdiiir I
Notwithst Hiding a concert m thu
I Icvcnth vv ud and tlio meeting in tho I
courthouse a fail iiulicneo waH m it
tend meo at the Prcsb > teriin chinch to
hcirtho lectuics of Prof Millspiueh mil
Itov Wood
Iho address of tho Piofessorvvas pinch
scientific 1 and tho subject was handled
l t trt
as onlv a hln and teacher could
present it Ilo llrst explained tho pro
esses of digestion and circulation ali
then showed how alcohol titleeted both
ali last icferrod to the elleet upon tho
hi un The pi Ues bhovving tho condition
of tho stomach m the various stages of nl
cohoho IIOIKOII was an object lesson tho
oung will not soon forget
nov Wool by examples fiom lustorv
and itcmcnts from obscrv itlou and ex
porieiuo I of others showed that tlio I first
few eus of uchilds lifo i lirecl I detir
mined his future e ireer Iho iimuks i
were cirncst and eloiiucnt and a llttmg
I IU
lltm II II
ilo oto tho Hcientific i lecture1
tho l I U is btriMtig hnd 1 to
awaken an Interest in tho tmbjcct of tel
pcranee and i surol dcservestho he irtv
co ope nit ion of tho > eoplo In npito of f
all ellorta of tho temperunco and Chns I
ti in people tho unount of liquors eon
slimed is lurucl inereismg each II
and this is not to bo womlcml it bv ono
fimlllar with tholtvvs of heredit
1 should attend these meotiiiLs
Coiiinoiniil ItoiK anil Itvi
I 1 lm most pie is uit us 101 us i Ueetiu
1 iiineilv for ioiielis eolda and nil throit
ni thloat
I tKnr lr > II u bottlo 11t
1 Horn uiH il NLI DI s Amenta
IVoplo who liiiMi 111 on est OVLI thu
1eoll
I Uroit Wubash Kouto oxprisa tlioin
HolVlHUS pllla IKUll Mtll its ullijUIlt lllllill
I nunt nnd fist tnno but iiioixi paltll n
with tliu low Italort piouned tliioiieli
I Mr P M I lluinpsoii Ciinuiuieiil ALIII
him No 10 WimlHor UliNk DDIIMII rilotn
j
FIRE AT CAPE MAY
Fifteen Buildings and a Lum
ber Yard Destioycd
RUSSIANS LEAVE BULGARIA
Al 1lllnlnl 1 ruin tho lu lnl
Incrmr lrnlre N or the
Ietlunlol t r
Ihur lbllet II e Yrk
Inlel Ulrlco ut Cupe tin
OAt MA N J ol JO A flrownsdls
covered about 13 thisiuoniing on tho thlrel
lloor of tho Hotel liellovuo at Capo Ma
101111 Assistance was sent from this citv
but tho cntiro structure was completely
buined About ten cottages near by four
stores aud n lumbor v ard were also do
strocd Of tho cotlaees about hal were
occupied tho others were occupied only in
Rummer The amount of loss has not been
estimated Iho hro is supposed to bo in
SI rlci
ceiulirns the Dcllevuo hnd tt been oo
cupied for novcial months
KVtLHVItS MAMS liUUiVIMl
Ihl Ulcll Mntelclt h the 11
Nlnl tJorllela
br PfcTFitsnuim Nov JO Vn olllcial
statement has been issued by the Itussian
Government explaining its action l in recall
ing General kaulb irs from lulLaria Iho
document says In consequence of insults
to liussian subjects and also to persons un
der the protection of Itussin in llulgnria and
Lasteni Itoumelm General Kaulbars hns
been compelled to notify Nacevichs Uul
tarian Minister i of I oreiLn lTairs that all
Itussmn I Consuls I would leave lriile princi f
pihty on tho occasion of tho
first act of violence committed after said
notification On November Uh t following n
fresh outrage was committed against n
Kussiau civnss nt Philhpopolis who wns
mnltreitcd by soldiers nnd by a crowd of
people et with sticks nnd v sO brought
the
to the Russian Consulate insensible Gen
Kaulbars learned that tho attnck on this
cavass bat been inado by order of the mill
tary authorities He demanded tho dis
missal of the local Urigadier General nnd
lrisn
prefect who was responsible and the exem
plary punishment of those who pnrtioipited
in the attack Ha also demanded that
tho Russian who had been injured
should receive tho customary saluto and
reparation and notified the liulganan Gov
eminent that unless his demands were com
plied with ho would depart on November
17th Nacovichs having neither replied to
tho demands of Kanlbarsnor Riven the satis
faction required Knulbnrs and nil the Kus
sinu consuls in Bulgaria nnd Easter lion
melin havo been ordered to leave to day
lAms Nol 20 Premier Do Tre ciuet has
informed Ihe French Cabinet that General
Kaulbars his placed the Hu sinn subjects
who remain m Bulgaria under the protec
ton of the I rencu < diplomatic acent at bofia
nnd tho French consuls ill Bulgaria Ue
Irejcinet added that General Kaulbars
action onuce in so doing hat no political Bigmu
flic llcClunldc Irlul
New YODt Nov JO Another Inrge crowd
of 5itnesses tilled tho General Hes ions
Courtroom this morning to hear the evi
elenco m tho trial of ox Aleleriuan JIcQuniele
for uccciting n bnbo to n note for the
Broadwa Itailwny franchise ExAl Ider
man Duffy took the stand nfter
court had opened and Lawyer Newcombe
continued hiscross examination lho lawyer
asked witness n score or moro of questions
regarding his life at home in business and
as a publlo man Duffy had been n builder
for twenty oars les he had been nnfor
f lvnt hfl
tunate lie guessed about twice i he was
not sure ho thought twice Ihe last time
he flied was in 1879 ho aha
fniled eight years before that Ho owed
some debts ill 18S1 but did i not think he had
applied any of the > 10 OCO boodle money
to pay these debts acknowledged ho vio
lated his oath of olllco when he took the
boodle
Newcooibo had been very gentlo with
Duffy up to this point to gain his con
iidence At this point ho asked witness to
rehearse his narrative of several meetings
el 17
of tho Combine Witness began again
his storv
Duffys story was in the main 1 repetition
of that of jesterday in discnbing the meet
ings of tho boodlers
I Ihc IICI n 11 Ucnrr
NEW ionic Nov JO Messrs Gresham
Lincoln Cotton and Chandler members of
Arthurs Cabinet wero amongst tho callers
11
at tho deceased ex President s residence
this afternoon nnd accepted tho invitation
to act as pal bearers
rricil In Iorl
MAMSTIE Mich Nov 2ho steam
barrio MamstiRUO arrived at I rankfort this
morning in search of her consorts which
wero lost off that port on Ihursday mcht
s far na known no steam bareo was
wrecked in tho vicimt of 1 rankfort
I I lie csclh Name
LONDON Nov JO Ihenamo of tho ship
which while conv eying n number of Queens
land plantation laborers foundered rocenty
mthoPaoiho Ocean 140 lives being lost
wns oung Dick
Yplioliilmiiil I
AMIISOTOV Nov oTho President to
dnv apiwmted John 1 Care of Cihfornia
1ab I
to bo united States Ulorne for tho North
istHt if li I
ern District of California
Vu Olahnla
Mexico Whoop Dig Injun Whoop
li What vou men ly looking this
wy
wyl iI nilo mI I WR only 10111 to ro
murk that tho Moimons feel vrrv nI
tow ird Moxieo
ot
es nnll Aholll not wonlcr i tholL
allick Ion omo niht ml worse thin
tli it tho Indi ins now on tho irpith
huto MuMoins hi o poison ami I man
n lined Cutting threltcns to knoek vour
whole eountiv endw i8
YOA wo know bun
Now Il tell 01 how 01 hx it
and tho In
You i Ian out tho Mormons rl
duns 11 oild mil 111 hold Cutting Onuhn
Molo Nir o lood
Isliiin iui iiinneileiited Kilo Roberts
il Nihkii tliu ugtntH for I un > riulviiiK
oidorn from nil jurtsof tho romitrv dot
1 hotlHf l voui druggist
Is biiMimjom toil uvvii > s seeiiro Iho
hist I Iho Iloismt Vullo > tmil unthri
i id l Htnnd ut tho hlnll For 1 B ilo ut bi 11 s
UiitiostlCo s No 1 lr > M laln street >
V run D tin punt with Ciilmcrt
I uiiinul 1uint
THIS PAPER nut Howill t Ion Novtllwirr AJ
I IUIWMI niooKt wl fn l > avrll ln
f IK a Jo l for nt jS NLVV SOItU
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GEN FURNISHING GOODS
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HOSIERY AND GLOVES
Latest Novelties in Neckwear
SHIRTS COLLARS AND CUFFS
MAIM TO OKDLIl AND HEADY MADI
SUPERIOR GOODS I REASONABLE PRICES I
HANNAMAN Co
142 1an S1ree1
BUSINESS CARDS
I
V HKLbLMiAui uit Ill MINING
> > hULlucer U S 8urveor and l ayer
Hooper V Fldreelgc lllock Itoom 1131 tloor I
f 10rk
100m I
1 O Uox J Ilo 3 100r I I
L VDILS AND GENTLEMEN S GAUMbVTS
INTS
Dcd Clcftueel aud Kepalrcd In Ilio bet
ostlhlc I manner Troy Strum I0 Works 142
Main slrcet
GLO IHiCKlUlI ttbltT VCCOUNTNT
alt Lake Clr Utah cu rlox i
Lncal terms Quo Dollar per hour
171 i1 C ANDtUbON HAS S5OOOO EAST
II cm aud local inoue lo Loan
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
A S CHAPMAN J L W1ITOCK DDS
Cl IAN A VViniOCK
XJoiitieats
Walker creel Oj era House AliiektlieUcs nJmlula
Telephone luolUce n
TVIl I A WIII1NE
Don1a Oco
No 76 W HecoUI South treet over oblo
Wood Co
J I KEYSOI
KEYSOIDon1I1
Herald UulMlug opposite Continental Hotel
Wet Tcrnj le Street
SALT LAKE CITY UTA IIi
o NGHOLS
Ii
NIIOLSDonis
3DontoST
Ulr IEOlposle the Walker llouee I
ASSAVERS
J leIKEI
Ass n
Under McCornicks Bank Main Street
bAIT LAKE CIY UTAH
Ii I mSIOI
IC1 I SIRhET SALT LAKE C1YUlAI
All viork Carcliill aud 1 romptly Executed
MISCELLANEOUS
O rl
Polytechnic Institute
ON TIE
15th of SEPTEMBER 1886
Chemistry Metallurgy and Mining
TIIOKOUGHIA 1 VUGllf
Send for Prospectus Cau be consulted OP
al mailers crlalulug I lo the profeislou
H HIHSOHINQ C E M E
Chemist
LEWIS B ROGERS
INSURANCE 7
lllh LON HHh II < bUKAfCE CO
01 Loudon Euglaud Capital and nitetE
l CW W3
OUIE T INSUK VNCt CO
Of Hartford Connecticut Capital aud nskets
Jl SJ55W3I
W VSHINGTON 1 M INS CO
Of llostou Massachusetts Capital aud assets
185
NOIITIESTEJN MUTUAL LUE INS CO
01 Mlwuukee Wi Aoto 24 527
10 1 MUTUAl ISUIANCE COMPANY 01
Clllorula ets s 9O
OI IEAt Bare neposll lll8 Uuloll Na
Iiounllank
J C CONKUN Ires III H CONKLIV Secy
k O IUYIIOULD o Irl It IOLLOCK bu T
l O lions reaonrcr and MauaRir >
THE CONKLINC
SAMPLING WOKKS
Ores ant Bullion Carefully Sampled I
QIEllI A11E1I OYE 0 THE
Slle 01 Oreo audlllol
Mill South Tcmilo btroet between Ulah V
Ncacln mil Utah Central liallroad Depots
Olllcc No Hi Malu street ill stairs room
KAHN BROS I cl Iho I10 1
aullleUnble
hoh lle unit Itclull
IGROOERS J
Couutr Dealers will flu j 1 to their Any AN
TAGEto In Hie sent their order to Iho abovo firm
I 101n DOpn11D0n
Stock The VUE3IU SI and 1IEST Goods are kept In
8AL1 LVkbClT UTAH
RLC
Sign Writer
> o Ill 1 I lrl South Street
I Fresco Graininc
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MISCELLANEOUS
SPENCEU BIUALIS
> <
300
> S < o
ALL SOLID
Three S1y1es
AT
160 Main Street
o vijixoaEiiNrxA
Restaurant
NEW OYSTER HOUSE
NBEHNAUD1S LATE Ot lIE VILJNV
Chop House has opened a first elnst
Restaurant and Oyster O House at
I2OG Jan JEStlOOt
I Three door touth of the Walker Holist
OPEN DAY AND NIQH1
Aud will be uneler the supervision of the pro
nrlctor who Intends lo make this the OjMcr
OyNer
House par excellence of the Terrltorj
I NICK llFKVAItlllh
OBEBNDOEFER
hlCCESSOIl TO
LEVIBERGCO
MI IMPORTING
I r 1
TAILOR
Il j j HABERDASHER AND i I
I 0 SOUTH VJJV STREET J
MAltTIN SCHMIDT miter and Filter
HENRY F CLARK
I Fashionable Tailor
oa 5cn1h Jnn 51
A Nice Assortment of Cloth always
on hand
E SELLS JAMES TUCKER I W SELLS
SELLS CO
Wholesale and Retail Dealer lu
LUDE
FIOOU1NG KUbHC
AIDING LA1H
hlllNGIIS 1IPKETS
IMOW EIUIlrS A NAIL
DOORS WINDOWS MOULDING
V Specialty
Prices to Suit the Times
ORDERS for RED PINE SOLICITED
all ou us before purchaslLg elsewhere
I iI I IrH South Mrcel llppoblte
r eli
i
Mill urI Imuiiibl KoniiK
THE EAGLE FOUNDRY
And Machine Co
ION AND BRASS FOUNDERS
AND
MACHINISTS
73 75 77 and 79 W Second South Street
SALT LAKE CITY
Manufacturers erol Furnace Mining anil
Milling Machinery I Mining Can and Car
VV heels Blag lots llurs aud Pans for BamplluK
Mills Ktc Cast aud rought Iron louclug aul
CrcslluK aud all kinds of lliilldera Iron Work
Including Interior Supports Ornamental ColiiuiUB for frout and
Order promptly ailed and all work guaranteed
L PJOE
PEVLKU IN
tli eon Staple X fancy GiocoilcR
Ti nits 1oultry Ill Hsli
Orders l > y Telephone promptly atUuded to
W 11BT SOUTH BTRKKT

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