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THE DEATH PIT
One Hundred and Forty Unfor
tunates Doomed to Suffo
cation in a Coal Mino
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Significant Action on the First Ann
vcrsary of the Haymnrket
BombThrowing
Earthquakes am Volcanic Eruption
Get In Convulsive Work on
Arizona and Mexico
Itlluc liifcastcr
VicioniA B 0 May LThe Colonist ts
Naniaino special says A terrible explosion
occurred at No1 shaft of the Victoria lea
Cal
Companys mine at six oclock last night
One hundred and fifty men arc believed to <
be i tho mine At midnight twelve were <
recovered some dead and others seriousl
fatally burned There is but little hop
I of rescuing alive any of those yet Jn tin
mine A rescuing party went down but
owing to black damp was unable to do any
thing S Hudson one of the rescuing
party died shortly after coming out The
mine is now on fire The scene around the
shaft is most heartrending A speoial trail
with surgeons arrived from Victoria at two
oclock this morning
The first intimation those on the snrfaci
had of the explosion was a terrible shock
followed by an outbuast of thick black
smoke through the air shaft The firs
explosion was quickly followed by a sec
ond one stronger than the first carrying
pieces of wood miners lamps etc hun
dreds of feet into the air In a few min
utes the flames oommencud to issue througt
tho air shaft with a loud roaring noise
In a short timo the fan honso caught fire
and was quickly consumed In the mean
time nine white men and four Chinese
were brought up through No 1 hoisting
shaft R Gibson overman miraculously
escaped from the lower slope by feeling his
way to tho stable where he was met by a
rescuing party Rescuing parties continued
to attempt to reach the entombed men but
were able to rescue only fifteen up to this
hour They were overcome with firedam
and had to be rescued by others Of those
noble rescuers Samuel Hudson succumbed
to the effects of the after damp The scenes
around tho shafthead is most heartrending
Friends of those imprisoned below are look
ing for the survivors At this hour 2 p m
but little hopes are entertained for the
safety of the imprisoned men Tho fire is
still raging but it is thought i will soon be
gotten under control A rescuing party will
again attempt to go bolow
Among thoso saved are George Davis
John Smith J Jones James Stone John
Lyn and Jules Michael All arc now well
mong the dead are W Craven W Davis
md AY Watson
At C p m the fire is still burning and it
ivill be impossible to attempt to rescue be
fore morning if then The probability is
that all the imprisoned miners who number
about 120 will perish of suffocation
CouvuUlvc Arizona
BENSON Arizona May 5Tho volcanic
eruption in the Whetstone Mountains is pro
nounced genuine Parties in on tho train
ast night report that fire was seen bursting
orth from the mountain Lava and smoke
lan be seen from the streets of Benson
learly twenty miles from the disturbance
No one has vet inspected the marvelous dis
covery but parties are arranging to go there
in private conveyances when particulars can
> e learned At first it was thought to be the
roods on fire but the constancy the burn
ng and the appearance at night indicate
bat it is a volcano Another volcano is said
to be in existence in the Catalina Mountains
imoko is now pouring forth from tha Whetstone
tone
Authentic news this moment comes from
iVillcox that another volcano has made its
ippearanco in tbo Winchester mountains
bout fortyfive miles from here Six distinct
met shocks of earthquake have been felt
hero since yesterday morning
NOOALES Arizona May 5The first earth 1
quake ever experienced in this place oc
lurred yesterday afternoon lasting about
mo minute Buildings tumbled and people
ashed out into the streets Tho excitement
for the timo was intense
TUCSON Arizona May 5It is believed a
rolcano is in active operation in San Jose
nountains or on the border of Sonora
Mexico about seventy five miles southwest
of here Yesterday afternoon the black
urling smoke was plainly visible All last
light the fires were intermittent bursting
nto a bright light and then apparently dy
ng down only to burst out again The true
tate of affairs is not known yet from pri
vate telegrams from Fort Huaohuca it was
earned that General Forsyth commanding
the post would head an investigating ex
x > pst Advices from Pantano Critten
len Globe and elsewhere show that the
arthquako has been general throughout
Southern Arizona In Tucson while no
erious damage was done there is no part of
serous but shows its effects I will be
some time before the full effect of the earth
quake in Santa Catalina mountains can be
earned as the range is one of the most
most rugged and difficult of access in the
Territory
IN MEXICO
GUAn Mexico May 5At 245 Tues
ay afternoon two earthquakes were felt
lire with short intervals lasting altogether
n few seconds Direction cast and west
No damage reported so for though all tho
looks stopped running Similar shocks
clook
were felt along the lino of the Sonora Rail
way
The following is from tho agent at Torres
tation One minute after the first quiver
ing sensation the highest cliff of the Chivato
mountain fell causing a cloud of dust to
ise like the smoke from the explosion of a
wgo amount of powder From tho station
it had the appearance of a volcanic erup
tion
ionThe shocks were also felt at Ures and
Alamos in Sonora and at Mocorito in
inaloa It damaged the church and
averal buildings were cracked at Ures A
onion of the western side of Cape Haro
tbe entrance to Guaymas Bay fell in the
Onl Tho lighthouse is uninjured
IN TEXAS
Eii PASO May 5 Besides the big shock at I
315 p m Tuesday there is ample testimony
that at lest four other shocks have been
felt ono about 1 a m Tuesday and one
about C p m The one at 630 last evening
was felt very distinctly by persons on tho
second floors of buildings and gas fixtures
and other moveables were seen to sway
The shock seemed to be of four or five sec
onds duration Many persons say there was
also a shock between 8 and 9 oclock Tues
day night That of Tuesday afternoon was
a heavy one said U 8 Signal Officer Twad
dle I would have been called heavy even
on the Pacific Coast where light shocks are
frequent Such a shock a that experienced
here yesterday is not felt on the Pacific
Coast oftener than onco in fifteen or twenty
years
ear The general opinion seemed to be that the I
shock would lead to more substantial build
ing and perhaps prevent the erection of
many buildings over twostories high 1
The A T < k S F Ucport
BOSTON May 5The annual report of the
Atchison BOSTN Topeka t Santa Fe which will be
ready for the stockholders Thursday will be
unusually The document con
tains much interesting information in relation
extensions of the system
to the proposed systm
prpsed
A feature will be an elaborate map which
shows featur railwaf public has been wrong in
regard to some Atchison extensions The
Chicago Santa Fo h California extension is
Chicgo Snnt
laid this runs almost on an air
out on ths map rn
line from Kansas City to St Madison a
point at the Kanas junction Cil the three States of
Iowa Missouri and Illinois Crossing
into Illinois tho first important point
tapped is Galesburg thence it runs
nearly due eat to Streator and from
Streator northeast via Joliet to
Chicago From Streator a branch runs
southwest to Pekin Leaving Chicago and
passing back to Kansas the Atchison has
laid out for itself extensive new fields of
railroad construction towards the west and
southwest Leaving Ness in the central
part of Kansas an extension is to be built
Kna
across the prairies of Western Kansas nnd
Eastern Colorado for from threo to four
hundred miles to Colorado Springs This
line parallels for some distance the Kansas
division of the Union Pacific running be
tween that road and the main line of the
Atchison at Pueblo But the biggest sur
prise of all is that from Kiowa one of the
terminals of the Southern Kansas in the
Indian Territory and on the frontier of
the Kansas line it is proposed to cross
the Indian Territory northwesteren
Texas over tho Llano Estacado and the
southwestern part of Now Mexico almost in
an air line on to El Paso The prospective
linowhich is at least six hundred miles
long will effect a saving of moro than that
distance in passing from the Missouri River
points to the Mexican frontier and tho
building of it will bring El PASO aE least six
hundred miles nearer the Missouri River
and offset the advantages of distance
claimed by the Atchison a formidable rival
of the Mexican National The construction
of tho short branch will give the Atchison a
new independent line from the Southern
Kansas to the connection with the Atlantic
5 Pacific and another and by all odds tho
shortest transcontinental route
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nshln ton Wiriiiffv
WASHINGTON May 5 Princess Lilliuakil
ani and member of their suite called at the
White House Tit noon today and paid their
respects to tho President and Mrs Cleve
Oevo
land The Queens party was accompanied
by Carter the Hawaiian Minister Mrs
Carter F A Brown of the State Depart
ment Captain Taylor of the Army and
Lieutenant Rodgers of the Navy They
were met at the main entrance bv Secretary
Bayard and AssistantSecretary Adee and
escorted to tho blue parlor where tho
President and Mrs Cleveland awaited
them The rcoras had been decorated
for the ocoasion with palms ferns
and flowers and tho adjoining parlors
were similarly adorned Tho Queen
was presented to the President and
Mrs Cleveland by Secretary Bayard and
other members of the party were presented
by the Hawaiian Minister The reception
was rather informal in character No set
speeches were mado and the visit which
lasted about fifteen minutes was devoted to
general conversation The Queen was
elaborately attired in a rich black satin
dress the entire front of which was thickly
embroidered in gold Tho Princess who is
in mourning was dressed in plain black
The gentlemen of the party wore rich cos
tumes of which gold lace formed a promi
nent feature Representatives of tho army
and navy woro full dress uniforms Tho
rest woro plain civilian dress After the re
ception the Queen and party returned to
their hotel and devoted the afternoon to re
ceiving offitial callers
Among those who called on the Queen
wore Mrs Cleveland and tho Cabinet officers
and their wives In the afternoon the Queen
and suite left the hotel for a drive They
wero driven to the Washington Monument
the National Museum the Capital where
the Queen displayed a special interest in tho
House of Representatives on account of the
reception her husband was given thero when
Elaine was Speaker From there the party
went to Kendall Green where they witnessed
commencement exercises of the National
Deaf Mute College The drive was contin
ued to tho Hawaiin Legation where tho
Queen and suite were entertained at dinner
by Minister and Mrs Carter
Tho President yesterday appointed J W
Doane of Chicago Wm K Carlisle of
Wichita Kansas and Isaac J Cox of Ellen
villo N Y commissioners to examine and
report upon thirtyfour miles of Northern
Pacific railroad
The Civil Service Commission will today
place before the President for his approval a
revision of the civil service rules and regu
lations which will place tho question of pro
motion in the several Departments of the
Government upon a basis of excellence to
be determined by competitive examination
which will bo conducted by a board of ex
amination selected by the Commission I
tho new rules meet with the approval of the
President they will immediately be put in
force in the War Department and other
Departments will bo made subject to them
as rapidly u boards of examination can be
organized
The president toda issued an Executive
order Concerning the importation of intci
fcating liquors and breechloading rifles nnd
ammunition into tho Territory of Alaska 1
Tho order prescribes a set of rogulations for I
I
this purpose The importation of intoxi
cating liquors is forbidden except upon a I
permit from tho customs officer at tho port
of destination who shall first bo satisfied
that tho liquors aro neededf or sacramental
medicinal or scientific purposes Tho im
portation of breechloading rifles is also
prohibited except where intended for the
personal use of white settlers or temporary
visitors not traders Masters of vessels
going into Alaskan waters i they carry
such weapons or liquors are required
to take out special manifests or give bonds
to prevent illegal traffic in them
A Fair Ind y
Om or MEXICO May 5In ail the higher
circles of tho capital little else is heard but
talk of the prospective duel in which the
Spanish Minister is concerned and th hope
out is expressed bloodshed that the trouble may end with
On Saturday night at a ball at the Casino
an aristocratic Spanish club among the
guests was the beautiful daughter of ex
Marshal Bazaino of France She was es
corted to supper by Senor Bnrrun a young
gentleman of wealth and position Ho was
called from tho side of the young lady by
Senor Moniega who undertook to chide him
some say Baron says ho accused him of too
much familiarity with Miss Bazaine At any
rato bitter words wero exchanged But
trouble was avoided by tho timely inter
ference of friends The Spanish Minister
took up the quarrel as a friend of tho Ba
zaine family on the ground that his
countryman has acted improperly in drag
ging the name of tho young lady into no
toriety Moniega thereupon quarreled with
tho Minister and made comments reflecting
upon the Ministers standing in the Spanish
Colony Attain blows were prevented by the I
bystanders the excitement was intense I
men shouted and women screamed The
two principals were taken charge of and
escorted homo by their friends This was
at 2 oclock Sunday morning Since then
negotiations have been progressing for a
duel while efforts are being made outside
to hush it up
Dismissed
ST LOUIS May 5Tho trial of Express
Messenger David S Fotheringham was re
sumed in tho Criminal Court yesterday
Conductor Spangle was recalled and testi
fied that the messenger was tied to sta and
when he was released his limbs were numb
Ho said Fotheringham told him that he
heard a knocking at the door when the train
stopped at Minokc but did not respond be
cause at that time the robber covered him
with a revolver
The defense brought out the fact that tho
messenger was compelled to receive passen
gers in the express car on the orders of a
superior Tho conductors testimony showed
that the robbery was not committed in this
city and the defense moved that the case be
thrown out of court
Judge Narmile cave a his opinion that
the robbery did not occur in this city and
consequently it was out of the Jurisdiction
of his court and accordingly dismissed the
case county I will now be carried to St Louis
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The IlaymnrKct Anniversary
I CHICAGO May 4To day is the first anni
versary of thoHaymarket bomb throwing
It was made tho occasion of significant no
tion by the GermanAmericans of this city
Every Chicago banker manufacturer and
prominent business man of German extrac
tion joined in the presentation of a costly
silk American flag to Editor Miohaelis of
Aerican fat
sik
the Freie Presse in acknowledgment of his
services in fighting Anarchism The do
nors to tho number of 503 accompanied the
gift with an address signed by them vigor I I
ously denouncing Anarchy and repudiating I
all connection with the friends who have I
al connecton Miohaelis and his property
according to the evidence in the Anarchist
trial was marked for destruction with dy
namite in the outbreak a year ago today
and only escaped because thecowardice
of the group that was detailed to aosom
pUsh tho purpose Since the trial he has
been exceptionally outspoken in demanding
that the sentence pronounced be carried
into execution
To be Shot
SAN FEANCISOO May 5The Bulletins
Mexico The
Special from Guaymas says
courtmartial called to try the prisoners for
outrages committed March Sd at Nogales
Arizona today sentenced Colonel Arvizu
Liatenant Guiterrez and Emanuel Volan
zeala to bo shot
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oM
UNDER THE LASH
A Tennessee Father Beats Sis
Son to Death With a Black
snsike Whip
The New York Assembly Adds Another
Chapter to the Conspiracy Statutes
of the State
A Terrific Wind Carries Devastation
Throughout tip Upper Michigan
Peninsula
AmiGerman
LONDON May 5The Telegraph describes
the antiGerman demonstration in Paris
last lluesday evening as serious I says
thata mob in neighborhood of tho Eden
Theatre where Wagners Lohengrin was
being performed shouted A Bas la
Allemagno down with Germany
Viva la France a Berlin on to
Berlin A Bas Bismarck Down with Bismarck
Bs
marck Give u back our clerks refer
ring to Strasburg Last evening the demon
strations wero renewed A mob vastly
composed of students and gamins marched
about shouting They halted in front of the
Army and Navy Club and thero cried out
ViveLorrainoFrancio Vivo Boulanger
Another mob went to the building oc
cupied by the Mission embassy shouting
Vive la Franco Vive la Enssa Vivo
la Alliance RusseFrancais Tho leaders
of tho mob then proposed to their followers
to march to the German embassy The
mob proceeded in tho direction of the
Place Do la 1 Concorde singing French
airs but it was stopped by
the police nnd turned away before it could
reach the German embassy The mob then
returned to the Place del Opera and
hero gradually dispersed The manager
of the Eden Theatre has decided to sus
pend the performance of Lohengrin and
other productions of Wagner in that
placo the Government has decided to prose
cute the publishers of tho paper L
Revanche for publishing an article entitled
Down with Germans and calculated to
arouse a warlike feeling among the French
people against the Germans
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The Chicago ISooillcrs
CHICAGO May 5Tho boodle wardens of
the various county institutions i will be re
moved from office next Monday with all
tho other county employees under indict
ment for corrupt practices Heretofore by
means of an 8 to 7 combination in the
county board the boodlers have been suc
cessful in resisting every attempt to eject
from office any of the ring Yesterday
County Commissioner Peter Fortune who is
generally accounted personally honest was
persuaded by the reform members to aban
don the boodlers side and sign a resolution
decapitating nil tue ind cted county em
ployees high and low Monday the county
board will doubtless adopt the resolution by
a vote of 8 to L
1ho anestion of setting aside the entire
array of jurors in the boodle case becaase
improperly drawn was argued for hours
yesterday before Judge Sheppard without
result and will bo taken up by the opposing
lawyers today
aurt IVcU Kiiovrii in Denver
DEXVEB May 5Tho Republican says
James N Taggqrt of Philadelphia who is
reported as having absconded with 100000
of the funds of the Union Trust Company
of which he was paying teller is well known
in Denver having lived here for several
years He held various positions in the
postofficc and was assistant postmaster
under Postmaster Morris He left this posi
t tion to accept a position with P P Wilcox
the agent of the Apaches at San Carlos a
disbursing clerk Ho remained at the agency
I f rh only a year then wont to Cluforiim
and thence to his old homo in Philadelphia
In Denver Mr Tiggnrt bore the best 1ind of
a reputation He was free with his money
and kind to his friends
The Kentucky Races
LOUISVILLE May GTwo carloads of
of horses arrived here yesterday from Mem
pnis increasing tho number of horses at tho
grounds to over two hundred Jim Gore
Goliah Righioway Pendennis and Duke
of Bourbon are watched daily with much
interest in their exercise The successes
of Joubert Jacobin and Bomburg at Lex
ington with that of Banyan at Nashville
give nledges of raher good times hero As to
Jim Gores chances the California stable
keeps all in the dark about their Champion
allowing none of the attendants to indicate
the names of any horses but the identity of
the two that will probably represent the
stable has been perfectly established Gore
takes his work every day and justifies the
confidence of his backers
Best Shooting
WILMINGTON N 0 May 5This morning
six negro boys aged from 13 to 17 years
were at the wharf in Wilmington trying to
cross to shoot rice birds One of the boys
named Grant Best had a doublebarreled
gun which he says had no caps on the
tubes and he did not know it was loaded
While in tho act of blowing out ono of the
tubes tho hammer fell and one barrel was
discharged instantly killing Ed Smith B
Fillisw and Ben Connolly and another boy
was shot in both arms but it is likely bo
will recover Grant Best surrendered him
self immediately after the shooting and
claims believed it was accidental which is i generally
A Conspiracy Law
ALBANT N Y May 5The Assembly yes
terday passed a May defining conspiracy
The bill provides substantially that if any
two or more persons companies corpora
tions or individuals shall agree directly or
indirectly to withhold from the public mar
kets or the ordinary channels of trado in
the State for any period any staple article
of merchandise food etc and shall agree
to place on tho market only a limited or
specific quantity within a certain time they
shall bo guilty of conspiracy
Terrific Wind
MABQUETTE Mich May 5A terrific
wind swept over the upper peninsula Mon
day completely prostrating telegraph poles
and telephone wires and doing great dam
age at Ispeming Houghton Negaunee Es
canoba and all through from Fort Howard
al
to Iron River and from Norway to Sanlt St
Marie communication was entirely de
stroyed Many buildings were unroofed
chimneys demolished and railroad travel is I
badly interrupted by fallen trees
Arrested
TUCSON Arizona May Games Barrett
A Casao and W M Swim the throe men
arrested at Bowie station for complicity in
the railroad robbery are now in jail here
They are generally known as hard cases
On this knowledge they were arrested but
as far as can be learned nothing has been
discovered that in any way connects them I
with arrested the crime for which they havo been
A Brutal Father
NEW YOUK May 5A Glen Mary Tenn
special says Dr Edward Knox of Fpntress
spcial his 14
county on Monday tied up naked hs 1
yearold nan for some boyish indiscretion
and whipped him with n blacksuake whip
until he became unconscious end at the
pleading of his mother he was taken down
The boy died yesterday morning Knixfled
Lynching is expected if he is caught
Indignant Hotel Kicii
NEW YOBK May 5At a meeting of lead I
ing hotel proprietors last night a resolution
was adopted denouncing tee action of the
local authorities in enforcing the provis I
ions of the exciso law so severely as to be a
detriment to hotel guests and n committee
was appointed to take legal advice on the
I question and force a test case 1I 1 I
fI I f Furious llnd nnd Rail
i PrrrsBuno May SA terrific thunder
storm Prsnuo accompanied by heavy hail and rain
I strm over the Alle
equal to a hurricane passed Ale
j gheny Mountains in Eastern Somerset and
Western Bedford counties between 7 and 8
j Wester cuntes
Bfor
j oclock last evening A few moments be
t fore the storm came a roaring lie the dis
charge of many rarl heard in the
distance and as soon 03 the clouds rolled
across the sk the roaring increased The
storm struck the mountains moving in a
northwesterly direction and was about a
quarter of a mile wide For two miles largo
trees were twisted off like straws and
everything in its path leveled with the
earth In some instances immense trees
were caught up and oared several hun
dred feet into the air and hurled back
again with a swiftness that cannot be de
scribed The lightning was fearful The
hail fell in stones as large as eggs and vege
tation of all kinds suffered severely The
damage to frair trees and timber will
I amount to thousands of dollars
Probable Postponement
FAnS May 5It i reported that in con
sequence of tho refusal of the European
Powers to take part in the Paris exhibition
the French Government contemplates post
poning the opening until 1890 is order to
dissociate the exhibition from the celebra
tion of tho one hundredth anniversary of
the revolution
AS flJtinlricciit Gift
WOBCESTEB Mass May 5At a meeting
oCiho incorporators of lbs new Clark Uni
versity yesterday Mr Clark informed them
of intention to make further gifts to the
college to amount to about two millions of
dollars including a collection of works of
art valued at 500000
etr0 Berlin
PARIS May 5The AntiGerman demon
strations continue to bo made in various
sections of this city A procession carrying
a banner inscribed To Berlin today
marched to the Palace Elysee where it was
were dispersed arrested by the police Twelve persons
J
Land for the Public
WASHINGTON May 5 Commissioner
Sparks of the General Land Office has
recommended for rejection several large
private land claims in New Mexico aggre
gating hi area nearly 175000 acres
Connecticut Vniitn Her
HABTFOBD Conn May 5The House yes
day unanimously passed a resolution urging
tho bringing home from California of the
flagship Hartford J
At Last
CUABLESTON West Va May 5Charles
James Faulkner of Martinsbnrc was elected
United States Senator on tho first ballot to
day He received 5 votes
1 Hanging
I NEW YORK May 15Feter Smith was
hanged in the yard of the Tombs this morn
I ing for the murder of John Hannon in
April 1875
The Priest Still Held
I DuLl May GThe application for the
release of Father Keller has been dismissed
White house
For the best meals and rooms go to the
White house Everything fir tlass anp
low rata S
F
The Occidental
No IS E First South street Pure
goods only and of the pest quality Our
facilities to supply the trade and families
are unexcelled and our prices just
AURa it MURPHY Proprietors
r
Shortness of Breath
DR FLINTS HEART REMEDY should be
taken at once when slight exertion or a
heavy meal produces shortness of breath
or a pain in the region of the heart At
all druggists or J J Mack Co 9 and
11 Front street S F
Consumption Cured
An old physician retired fiotn activs
pra1tiCe having bad laCdJo his haride
by an East India missionary tho formula
1 of a simple vegetable reined for the
speedy and permanent cure of Consump
tion Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and
all Throat and Lung Affections after
having thoroughly tested its wonderful
curative powers in thousands of cases
feels it his duty to make it known to his
suffering fellows The recipe sent FREE
to all who may desire it with full direc
tions for preparing and successfully using
Address with stamp naming this paper
DR 1 I E CASS 210 Grand street Jersey
City N J
Furnished Rooms
To rent suitable for light housekeeping
Apply 47 W Sixth South Street or to
A J White Heal Estate office 34 E
Second South
I Is a Curious Fact
That the body is now more susceptible to
benefit from medicine than at any other
season Hence the importance of taking
Hoods Sarsaparilla now when it will do
you the most good I is really wonderful
for purifying and enriching the blood
creating an appetite and giving a healthy
tone to the whole system Be sure to get
itself Hoods Saraaparilla which is peculiar to
Lunch 1 Lunch 1
S Benjamin runs the finest lunch stand
in the city 3 doors north of Wells
Fargos Bank in the Fountain Saloon
German lunch a specialty
BOIL pimples hives ringworm tetter
and all other manifestations of impure
blood are cured by Hoods Sarsaparilla
State Road Saloon
CHARLES THIBDE
REOPENED THIS POPULAR RESORT
HAS will be pleased TnS to see all his old
patrons
Vines Liquors and Cigars
Of the Finest Quality always in stock
Salt Lake City Beer
Always on Draught
Dont forget to stop and get a cool drink at
the State Road Saloon
The Shortest and Most Direct Route
To the East
IS VIA TH
cbSOn
Topeka Ji antaFe 5
Which counecU In a Union Depot at PUEBLO
with the Denver < fc Rio Grande Railway This
new line is I splendidly equipped with
Pullman Sleeping Cars
Elegant Day Coaches
Steel Rails
Best Railroad Eating Houses In the country
Raoad Etng
Insuring speed safety comfort and luxury
Insnrng sped
Quickest time to the Missouri River
VB RAMBLE WF WHITE
General Agent Gen Pas Tkt Agt
Denver Colo Topeka g
t CHAS T PARSONS Denver Colorado Traveling Pu Ag
NOBLE WOOD CO
Spring Styles
JL C7 ft
JUST ARRIVED
NOBlEWOOD CO
T
Exclusive Hatters
HAVE REMOVED
TO
3LSO T5jaL Street
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATE
YOUMAN HAT
The Leader of Fahion in New York and
All Large Cites
IIII
1l ti
NOBLE WOOD CO
120 Main Street Salt Lake City
SENATE SALOON
No 222 S Main Street
BARNEY HARVEY PROPRIET
TIlE CHOICEST
Liquors Wines and Cigars
TXPEKIEKCED BARKEEPERS AND POLITE
U attendance
Private Drinking l and SiaoUug Room
W of the modern appointments of a First
Class Saloon
Xjcatot isooVory
ELECTROTHERAPETUTIC I
pEE EXPERIENCED MATRON MRS MAR
I TIN of Becks Hot Springs ifl hereafter
jive the most beneficial kind of Electric Teed
that has ever been known Thirteen different
Electric Currents I Is adapted to theirmallest
Uifaator tbtxstrcmgest man Price 5
Street hactorcar fare deducted
Delicate Treatment Certain Cure
I
Annual Statement I
FOR TIE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31
hi 1SSG of the condition of the
HELVETIA SWISS FIE DUCE CO
Mae to the Secretary of the Territory cf Utah
in pursuance of an Act relating to Fire Insur
sued Companies approved March 13 1SS4
1 Name of Company and location Helvetia
Swiss Switz Fire Insurance Company of St Gall
2 The amount capital stock 200000000
3 The capital stock paid up la 40000000
4 The amount of its assets is 123631327
The amount of its liabilities in
cluding capital Is SS202744
5 The net surlus over all liabil
ities I SW28383
C The namo of its attorney or
agent for the Territory of Utah
LOUS IIYAMS Salt Lake City
7 The receipts during the year
were 57345263
The expenditures during the year
were including dividends 4672514C
STATE OF CALIFORNIA I
I s
CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO J
G A Ziel a member of the firm of Harry W
lye general i agents of the fdf Company being
duly sworn deposes and says that he is the 1
ibove described officer of aid Company 1
ind that the foregoing statement oi the
general condition of said Company on said I
list day of December last is correct according I
to the best of his information knowledge and
> elief respectively
beUe G A ZIELSecretary
Subscribed and sworn to before me this Otb
lay of April A D 18S7
ISEALI GEO T KNOX
A Commissioner for Territory of Utah in San
Francisco California
TEnRITOny OF UTAH j
SECRETARYS OFFICE 1
I William C Hall Secretary of Utah Ter
ritory do hereby certify that I the above and
foregoing I Is a full true and correct copy of
he annual statement of the gen
eral condition of the Helvetia Swiss Fire In
surance Company of St Gall Switzerland
lied In my office on the 30th day of April A D
LS87 as appears of record in myomce
In witness wlereof I have hereunto set my
hand and affixed the great seal of the Territory
of Utah this 30th day of April A D 1887
WM C HALL
SEAL I Secretary of Utah Territory
Annual Statement
TT < OR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31
FOR of the condition of the
National Assurance Company of Ireland
Hade to the Secretary of Utah Territory
in pursuance of an Act relating to Fire Insur
ance Companies approved March 13 1581
L Name of Company and location Na
tional Assurance company of Dublin Ireland
tonal A
2 The amount of capital stock is 1500000000
3 The capital stock paid up is 00000000
JtS rs fs
4 The amount of its assets is 2SOGOy7CO
The amount of its liabilities in
cluding capital is 240773000
5 The net surplus over all liabili
ties IS 39836700
6Ihe name of its attorney or
agent for Utah JOHN W IRONS
Salt Lake City
7 The receipts during the year
The were expenditures during the year 87761500 I
were 87394300
STATE OF CALIFORNIA
CIn AND COUNTY OF > ss I
SAN FEANCISCO J
CscO
Gilbert Palache R member of the firm of 1
M Nerhall Co the general agents of the
National Assurance Co Ireland and a such
authorized to make this affidavit being duly
sworn deposes and says that he i the above
described swor officer of said company and that
tho foregoing statement of the general con
dition of said company on said 31st day of I
December last i correct according to the best
of his Information knowledge and belief re
spectively Subscribed and sworn to before me this 23d
day of April A D 1S87
SEAL Apri A GEORGE T KNOX I
A Commissioner for the Territory of Utah in
Commisioner I
San Francisco California
TERRITORY or UTAH j S
SECRKTAHTS OFFICE I
C Hall Secretary of Utah Ter
ritory I William do hereby certify that the above and
rtry full true and correct copy of the
foregoing is I te ad corect te
statement of the general condition of
annual
anua sttement of Dub
Assurance Dub
National Company
the Ireland filed Anurce my on the 26th day
lin ofce
Ield fled office
myofilce
record In my
of April 18S7 as appears of mrofce
In witness whereof appear have hereunto set my
hand and affixed the great seal of the Territory
ad ated
oi Utah thi2Sta day of A1 l jJcfHALL
IJSAII Secretary 01 TjtaaTerrUcry
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traw Eat4 J 1
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Thmoaf3o Sock ad yiotY r i
SEE OUR FIETYOENT R4T5Vj t
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ALSO EXAMINJ cult I SPECIALTIES n I
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Summer Coats Vests and Duster
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HANNAMAN Ce I I
4 IN ST EEZ
J42 lAIN EE f
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SPSNCER KIM BALL j
Boots and 1Sh eS1 t i
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COME AND SEE OUR BARGAINS i
X3JCT j I
Ladies Gents Misses and Childrens SHOES I
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Job Lots Single Pairs Shop Worn it j j f
Aii3 CEP fI I
SPENCER KiMBALL t i
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GENTS CLOTHIERS 1 i j
BOOM BOOM BOOM ifl
Has come and so have I from New 4
York with a Large and Complete V i
Stock of Fine CustomMade x
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1cthuiic J
FOR
Men Y Youths Boys and Children i
II
Which I will sell at prices 0 that will 1t
Defy Competition t
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CALL AND EXAMINE MY STOCK WHERE BEFORE PURCHASING U 1 II
M H LIPMAl
The Leadg C1011er f I
OS 175 and77 Main SIr F t I
eal tate
state
il
RAH RAH BOOMMAH YAH YAH t
t ii j
I I t r r
JUST FROM THE UNDERGROUND li
aezet on lai Street t
riEOHGE HAS EMERGED AND COME TO THE FRONT OF GEOSO3 f
VJ SAVILLES Boot and Shoe Store at No 21 E Second South Street whe e
can b found busy all day Ions answering questions showing pioperties t Txwtinj
Money Making Deeds Mortgages and doing I
A GENERAL REAL ESTATE BUSINESS t i I
i t
Has 110 time to make a lift of properties for publication at present but if hia friend i
will call at his office he is prepared to talk them to death on Real Estate Boom 1
Future Options and all such kindred subjects
Gb and see hi stranger A resident oi thirtytwo years i Utah and iri J
should be well posted en Utah affairs
man business most of the time wel ptel Uth afair George is your
Fraternally yours
GH KOWLDEN > J
NO 21 32 Seoo22c3 Scn1h ree
SALT LAKE CITY Opposite DEMOCKAT office
L CUMMINGS A D WOOLY
MINING BROKER i
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Real Estate and Loan Agents U
Z tt
33S es Ml aia Street J
ONE DOOR NORTH OP CASTERS GTTK T Y
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