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SALT LAKE DAILY HERALD
I 01 TOL XIV SALT LAKE CITY FRIDAY MORNING JULY 1883 NO4
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IU LAST APPEARANCE
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SPECIAL WQTICE
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w nltendipjr this oneaeemont the managa
iWn laent have adopted the following
SOALB or PRICES
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eon 125 100 50a and 25o No extra
185 charge for Reserved Seats
all
Bix Office now open jr9
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at Wednesday Evening August 1
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FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY
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th The Illustrious Artiste
h JANAUSCHEK
0 Supported by her own powerful com
ro pany headed by Messrs
n GEO D CHAPLIN and ALEX H
STUART
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When will be produced by request the
thi rg Into Dr Mosenthsl great drama written
expreealy for Jaraujcfaek entitled
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fir DEBORAH
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Remember that the management bas
ueuxned at great expense the responsi
bility of bringing the Madame bete in
ai order to afford the people of Salt Lake a
grand treat Prom past experience the
3 1 management feels assured that our thea
11 tregoing public will not fail on his
th oooaeion to thoroughly appreciate the
At rare and beautiful entertain ment offered
uk thorn
Ticket on wle at the Bux Office
a
1 PRZOE3S150 1 and oOc jjJ
th
hi
do MONHK1M KNAPP
A BOHITBGT3 OFFICE THIRD
AROHITECTS door North of Jones
Bank Main street Salt Lake Box 632
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3Un UTAH WIBA RAILWAY
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101
Yo On ana after
k iNlL ir JUNE 4 18SS
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Tb Utah and Nevada Railway Com
pany will run train on week days M
follow
eg run
w Lean Ball Laie City 810
GarfleM 930
hi Arrive at Terminus 1110
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pm
e t Leare the Terminus 1130
t f 6ftrfi M 310
Arrive at SIlLa1re Otty 8 SO
3 Cl
ad
F SOJDAT TKAZNP
r Leave Salt Lake City at 9 30 tom snd
it t 416 p us Returning arrive at Sail
tl Lake Hy at 280 and 760 pm
Irt BATHING TRAIN
SI On and after Monday next June 4
1885 a bathing train will leave Salt Lk
Oily daily at 4 40 pm Returning reach
01 alt Lake at 810 pm
Pare to the Lake and rottrn on all
trains 50e Children under 10 vors of
age half tarp
No freight will be received after 4 p m
8 F Featon w W lItter
p Gen Jfrt aaa Pass
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Now is the time
to select your
9 EYEgLASSES I SPCT1GLES
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111 0 L ELIASON
ass just received ft fine line of OPTICAL
1j GOODS
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C Always a Fine Selection of
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I ttJLB all SILVER WATCHES
tb On hand second to none in Utah
142 MAIN STREET
WHOLESALE PRODUCE LIST
List of Buying Fnces or Product
ia the Salt Lake Market corrected
Semiweekly for the SALT LAKE
HERALD by Sears Liddle
Wheat 85c 090 V but
Oats 190 h 200 100 n
Barley 140 II 060 I
Shelled IoTa 130 140 I >
Flour XXXX 265 II 2 75
II xxx 235 II 225 Ie 1
II XX 225
Bran 100
Shorte 103
Butter 7Mc 20c
Eggs 15D 200 < dz
Hides Dry Flint lOc 14 c 1
Hides Salted 80 < s > 12o
Sides Arn 4o < < t 61CR
rr is A PACT
That thousands of our business men go
to their ofllieB in the morning after an
uneasy night or a late dinner feeling
dull and all out of sorts Thii ia j entirely
unnecessary for a tingle doap of tbnl
sosrklintt foaming specific Tarrants
Seltzer Aperient taken before break
feEt will immediately dispel fill felines
of heaviness remove gently but surely
the oaus3 and quicken into healthy ac
tion every fibre of the system For ele
by all druggist t
SPECIAL ftBtfERTISEKEHTS
WANTED
capable person to do cooking and
kitchen work Apply to Mrs P
Tea det South Temple street four block
east of Eagle Gate +
HORSE LOST
A email 6yearold Bright Bay Mare
short mane and lone tail left hindfoot
white branded W Y on left shoulder
Return her to and bn rewarded by B
H Schettler Eighteenth Ward t
LOOK LOOK 11 I
For sale cheap
One Piano 9000
1000 New Safe 8960
tiowen Itt Co Parlor Billiard Table 4000
New Carpet 50e per yard
G W BOLL
t Idabo Store
WANTED
A Nurse Girl Apply to Mrs B H
Auerbacb Third South street oppotite
Methodist Church t
WANTED
Two Firatclasa DininERoom Girls
immediately liberal wages paid Apply
at Junction City Hotel Ogden Utah
J 0 HlQaiHBOTHtM
t j Proprietor
p
HORSE MARKET
I have just received from ncy ranch
one hundred head of horse consisting of
a fine lot of geldings and a large lot of
fine mare as well aa twelve head of
young mules have also a few Kentucky
mules left Saddle and express horses
with some gentle teams Will cell one
or the lot t H J FATJBT
Str6et Car Notice
On and after Monday June 4 the cars
will leave the Emporium comer for the
Twentieth Ward Eleventh Ward First
Ward and Sixth Ward on the last trip
every evening at 883 pm and Warm
Spring car at 730
7s0O P ARNOLD
t Snpt
MERRIOK
Reid Wound Bobbins for all Sowing
Machines Mefrlck Thread la tbs best
t Wsi JBHMIKGB Son
DR SCOTTS
Electric Bfushns None better All
Druggists sell them +
EYE AND EAR
Dr Ira Lyons four doora west of
Ollft Bouse corner
HORSES AND MULES
For sale Apply to A S Patterson
Main street
152Main 9
GERMAN CORN REMOVER
Is a sure cure For sale by all Drug
gists tOne
m
One of the healthiet and pleasanteBl
beverages known is Coldeu Ltqai
BeeS Tonic Ask for Coldene bite
no other Of druggists generally t
The Testimony of a Physician
James Beecher MD of Stgour
ney Iowa says Eor several years I
have been using a Cough Balsam
ealled DR WM HALLS BAL
SAM FOR THE LUNGS and in
almost every case throughout my
practice I have had entire success
1 have used and prescribed hun
dreds of bottles ever since the days
of my army practice 1863 when 1
was surgeon of Hospital No 7 Lou
isville Ky t
Henrys Carbolic Salve
It is the Best Salve for Cuts
Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum
Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains
Corns and all kinds of Skin Erup
tions Freckles and Pimples
BUBNOS CATARRH SNfJFJF
cures all affections of the mucous
membrane of the head and throat
Bed Horse Powders cure diseases
in animals
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TwentyFourth at American
Fork
AMERICAN FORK July 25 83
Editors Herald
If hoisting national flag nearly i
an hour before the usual time is any
token of extra patriotism then
Major Logic of this place ought to
o to Congress or at least to the
legislature not I hereby enter
my protest against such a breach of
hat time honored custom In con
sequence of said breach Captain E
A Henriods company of city
guards not b fug able to salute the
flag at its hoisting revenged them
selves by firing extra salutes and
thus the Old Flag was more hon
ored in the breach than in the ob
servance
Bytheb3e have you seen or
heard anything of the American
Fork Brass Band V They were not
at their post on thai memorable oc
casion and It is rumorei here that
they went to diaoute the honors of
the day with the Tenth Ward Band
in your city As long programmes
are not relished I will merely state
that at 930 am a fine prcession I
commanded by Marshal J E Hind
ley assisted by George ilRobiuson
left Church Square for Benjamin
Browns timber headed by our well
equipped and competent martial
baud and followed by the city
guards ecclesiastical and civil au
thorities members of the Mormon
Battalion and several vehicles con
taining representatives of various
trades in costume children
of the various Sunday schools
farmers with primitive and
modern implements and machinery
of all descriptions wood choppers
miners sheep herders with C utfit
band of Utes young bucks squaws
and papooses the latter creating
considerable merriment merchants
wagon with motto We try to
please
The provision for seating the
large congregation was in men
our seats of Brumells patent oi
1176 being there to receive the
choir and no more Happily < the
good people were equal to the occa
sion and mothers with babies m
arms bravely stood the oration of
the day besides several good songs
spe6ches and toasts in spite of
weariness and swollen ankles All
honor to the women of Utah I
After partaking af refreshments
racing dancing swinging and many
other good things were indulged
by young and old and in the even
ing fireworks and dancing fittingly
closed the days exercises
REPORTER
GREENWICH Feb 11 1850
Hop Sitters OoSms I wan
given up by the doctors to die of
scrofula consumption Two botties
of your Bitters cured me
t LEROY BREWER
The Denver Rio Grande
Railway Express and Wells
Fargo COYS Express
Take pleasure in announcing to the
public that they are prepared to do
a general express business between
this city and all portions of the
United States Canada Europe
Mexico Central and South America
China Japan and Australia con
necting with the most reliable com
panies at transfer points
To Kansas City St Louis and
all principal En tern cities we bave
quicker dispatch than by any other
line We have the only direct com
munication with the West Low
rates to all points Office corner
of Main and Second South streets
J C McCADDON Agent
G W KRAMER
Gen dupt D R G
S D BBASTOTT
C St Wells Fargo Co
LATEST TELEuftittS
II
Telegraphers
Cleveland Ohio 2t3The Board
of Trade today at noon adopted a
resolution protesting against fur
ther continuance of the present
state of affairs in telegraphing caus
ing stagnation to general business
and this board believes that the
Western tf nion Company is in duty
bound to immediately arrange for
its usual transmission of messages
Such great business interest3 as are
now at stake should have immediate
relief also requesting the Western
Union company to tak i such action
as will trine about the desired re
sult The secretary was directed to
notify the managers of the telegraph
company of the boards action
Philadelphia 2liThe striking
operators of the American Rapid
I Company returned to work this
morning in a body The linemen
I iud inspectors of the Bell Telephone
Company this morning presented a
bill of grievances to the officials and
declared their purpose to strike at
3 pm unless the terms were ac
ceded
San Francisco 2t3A theatrical
performance at tre Grand Opera
House on next Sunday night is
organized for the benefit of the
striking operators The play is
BaueicaultsH < 5Loug Strike with
several strikers in the cast Tbs
Knights of Labor have subscribed
for 1000 worth of tickets It is
reported this evening that over
88000 in tickets have been sold
The Knights of Laoor have levied
an assessment of one dollar a week
OH each member to sustain the
operators during the strike Full
press report is coming through and
and Supt Jaynes reports the com
mercial business handled at this
point is equally as large as before
the strike Everything is working
smoothly
Ghicago26 subscription taken
up on the board of trade today for
the benefit of the striking tele
graph operators about SSUO was
raised
At 11 oclock to night the Wes ern
Union manager reports all impor
tant circuits clear of business with
no material delay in any direction
In short the business Is handled as
promptly as usual bsfore the strike
The striking telegraphers held a
meeting tonight and were ad
dressed by a member of the com
rnittee of the painters branch of the
Knights of Labor The cash sub
scription received in Chicago was
reported to amount to 22000 The
Ural desertion from the strikers
ranks in this city is reported today
The strikers allege they have evi
dence that he only joined the strike
for the purpose of causing a break
in the ranks
e
HmilonIiecHosiner Race
Syracuse N T26 The Hanloo
Hosmer Lee race at Fulton this
afternoon was witnessed by 5000
people The course threequarters
of a mile was rowed over twice
There was very little betting it
being conceded that Hanlon was
sure winner There were a few
even bets on the result between
flosmer and Lee A start was made
at 5 oclock all took water together
Hanlon and Lee pulled thirtyfour
Hosmer thirtysix strokesThe boats
kept even the first hair mile Han
Ion then drew ahead and Hosmer
tried to get the best of Lee Hanlan
turned the stake in six minutes
Hosmer ten seconds later Lee five
seconds behind Back to the start
Hanlan drew well to the front of
Hesmer and Lee between whom
there was a fine struggle A quarter
of a mile from the start
Hflnlan slowed up and the
others gained on him Han
lan turned the starting point
tour lengths ahead in 9 minutes and
34 seconds Hosmer and Lee turned
together Hanlan stopped rowing
and took a drink of water from his
hand and again started Hanlan
was two lengths best aud kept that
position to the quarter when he
crossed to Lees water and rowed to
the turning stake Lee and Homier
kept Tip the struggle all the wayup
Hanlan turned the stake in 14 min
utea and 10 seconds Lee ten seconds
later and Hosmer two seconds be
hind him Hanlan spurted after all
three had turned gaining a good
lead and settled to twentyeight
strokes a minute Hosmer shortly
after turning spurted and was soon
alongside of Lee and both pulled
a fine race all the way back
About a quarter of a mile from the
finish both drew up to Haul on and
the three rowed even side a short
distance when Hanlon by a few
strong strokes opened the lead
several lengths from Hosmer WhO
walr still a length ahead of Lee
When a few rods from
the finish Hanluu quickened his
stroke and crossed the o ° ore winner
and Hosmer halfalength ahead of
Lee Time Hanlan19 minutes 49
seconds Hosniex lU minutes 50
seconds Lee 19 minutes 51 seconds
Henly of Oswego pulled outside a
not bad fourth Time was recorded
showing the course is not a fUll
three miles Hanlan Hosmer and
Lee have started for St Paul re
gatta
A Log Jam Breaks
Detroit Michigan 26The cal
amity theatened at Grand Rapids
the past three days took place this
morning An immense jam of logs
extending up the Grand River a
number of miles has been lodged
against tne bridge of the Grand
Haven Railway which succumbed
this morning and went down with
a rush The bridge of the Grand
Rapids ChicagOr West Michigan
followed suit Millions of feet of
logs have gone down thw river
and are almost certain to continue
down sweeping everything before
them goinj into Lake Michigan If
this prove true a large additional
number of logs will carried out of
Grand Haven as well as the de
struction of all bridges The ulti
mate losses it is feared will reach
many hundred thousand dollars
The calamity is unprecedented in
iris respect
01 II a
Cholera in London
London 26A case of sickness
suspected to he cholera was dis
covered in London docks and an
other in Wales and proper precau
tions were taken in connection
with each case Forty members of
the army hospital corps have been
ordered to Egypt
I
Frustrated
Galveston 26 Reliable advices
from Monterey says that following
the recent outrage on the American
consulate two attempts were made
by the mob to force an entrance in
the office at night but were frus
trated by the bolts and bars inside
Bond Call
Washington 26rhe following is
the text of the bond call
By vir ue of the authority con
erred by law upon the secretary of
the treasury notice is hereby given
that the bonds hereinafter indicated
will not be accepted for surrender
and exchange into threepercent
conds and that the principal and
accrued interest of the bonds herein
below designated will be paid at
the treasury of the United States
iu the City of Washington on the
first day of November 1S8 and
that the interest on said bonds will
cease on that day viz All re
gistered bonds of July 141870 and
January 20th 1871 continued during
the pleasure of the government un
der the terms of the irregular No
112 dated May 12th 1SS1 to
bear interest at tho rate of
334 per centum per annum
torn August 12th 1881 and which
constitute the residue of tkose is
sued under the acts of July 14th
1870 and JaauHry 20th 1871 known
as continued 5 and which have
not heretofore been tiled or whi li
have not been offered for surrender
and exchange into 3 per cent bonds
of the act of July 12th 1882 The
bonds embraced in this circular are
those last dated and numbered as
required by > section 8 of the set of
July 14th 1870 insluds those which
have been issued on transfers since
the 12Cth call was issued The
three months interest due Novem
ber 1st 1S83 on the above descIi led
bonds will not be paid
by checks forwarded to the holders
of bonds but will be paid with the
principal to the holder at the time
of tne presentation of any of the
bonds embraced in this call and
will be redeemed prior to their ma
turity upon presentation to this de
partment the interest being paid to
the date of men redemption Bonds
forwarded for redemption should be
addressed to the secretary of the I
treasury division of loans etc
Washington DC All bonds called
by this circular should be assigned
I secretary of the treasury J for re
demption
CHARLES J FOLGER Secretary
The amount of bonds embraced
in the above call is about 831000000
President Arthur is expected to
return to Washington on Saturday
night and leave within a day to at
tend the opening ceremonies of the
Louisville exposition August 1st
Secretary Folger will accompany
the Presidential party to Louisville
and to Chicago where he will leave
it to visit Minnesota on private
business
The second comptroller of the
treasury has decided that the act
of August 51882 providing mileage
to officers while traveling under
orders does not authorize the pay
ment of mileage for 653 miles route I
from Sitka to San Francisco which
is off the coast of British Columbia
Miscellaneous
Guayaquil via GaJV ton iJG j
By spontaneous action the people
today proclaimed Pedro Oarbo
chief of the government of Guaya
quil with full and independent
powers The three governments
will jointly convoke a national con
vention
Bostol 29Daniel B Phillips
the wellknown evangelist who
was troubled sometime since with
his head from sunstroke has banned
himself
BordentowiCtf J26The pub
lic school boaru of Burlington N
J is Uted before the supreme court
on the 5th of November to show
cause why a writ of mandamus
should not be issued compelling
them to grant parmits to colored
children for admission to the pub
lic schools
New York 26A meeting of
government employees including a
large number from the Brooklyn
navy yard this evening was heldto
take steps to force the eight hour
law Berlin 261t is stated that Pro
fessor Zsupultibe killed himself
because he had drawn a death lot
in the socalled American duel
Rome 2tl1he Pope is indis
posed
Railroad Humors
San Francisco 26In view of the
possible competition for overland
freight it is stated this morning that
the Central Pacific has decided to
erect larger warehouses and offices
in the business centre of the city
for the convenience of merchants
It is rumored that the Northern
Pacific has purchased a large piece
of ground in this city paying 275
000 and is going to build larger offi
ces
Cholera
London 25 Deaths from cholera
yesterday At Damietta 2 Medalla
25 Chobar 0 Samarind 7 Mehalet
56 Ziefeth 25 Mansurab 12 Ghize
55 and Menscalat 3
Cairo 26Cholera is shifting to
ward the more thickly settled and
populated quarters in the eastern
part of the city
T
Levy Divorced
New York 23 Decree annulling
the marriage of Marianna Con way
and Jules Levy cornetist was en
tered today in the supreme court
Application was made by Mrs
Levy on the ground that Levy is
hunband of another woman
GAR
Columbus 26This was Gran
Army day and the national reunion
was a great success It estimated
that 75000 strangers citizens and
soldiers were in the city nad
participated in the regimental and
association meetings held in the
forenoon In the afternoon the
Grand Army parade took place
3000 men in line with 102
posts repreeentf Among the vie
Hors are Mrs Davis of Perry
County and Mrs McCann of Cincinnati
cinnati both widows of sodlera I
of the revolution and being the only
two in Ohio now they are receiving
a good deal of attention and will be
n the general parade tomorrow
Denver 26At the election this
evening Robert B Beath of Pila
delphia was elected commander
chief of the Grand Army of the
Republic on the second ballot
receiving 153 votes out of 270
Corporal Tanner withdrew his can
didacy two days ago Many grand
army men attribute General Bar
nums defeat to hia expressed
opinions on the FitzTohn Porter
case The election of other officers
will take place tomorrow
Roscoo and Party
Chicago 20 Ex Ssnator an1 Mrs
Roscoe Conkling and party of
friends consisting of Hon George
S BoatwellMass exsecretary of
the treasury Judge Alfred C Coxe
of the United States court of the
Southern district of Now York
Miss Coxe his sister niece of Mr
Conkling George C Gorham edi
tor of the Washington Rfpublican
and Tmothy Griffiths clerk of the
United States court Southern New
ork passed through this city last
night en route to YellowetonePark
on a vacation A number i
of friends assembled to receive
him and reporters for news
papers were in readiness to inflict
interviews upon him but he gave
them the slip by having the private
car in which he was traveling
switched off upon a side track before
reaching the depot and taken on by
an outgoing train To a friend be
expressed regret at disappointing
his friends but asserted his ngnts
as a private citizen
Howe Sewing Machine Factory
Burned
Bridgeport Connecticut 26 The
extensive works of the Howe Sewing
Machine Company were nearl
destroyed by fire The buildings
destroyed occupied three sides of the
square and were of brick four
stories high Tho company employs
400 hands who were turning out
110 machines per day Loss on
buIlding machinery and stock 13
about 350000 insurance 275000
well distributed A large five story
brick building oppositeaud occupied
in part by the ewing machine
company was saved together with
a portion of the foundry The fire
was plainly seen at New Haven
I
Highwaymen Bagged
Pittsburg 26 United Stoles
Special Detective Perkins JissieWid
by a number of officers from this
city arrested Juhn S Gordon Itob
ert McGeary Albert Cansur and
John P Buck this morning near
St Jones West Virginia The
parties are members of an organ
ized gang of highwaymen who have
been t operating in Pennsylvania
Maryland and West Virginia for
several month with considerable
success
Yellow Fever
Philadelphia Pa 2GThe quar
antine physician today reported
to the board of health that Patrick
Kelly seaman of the brig Julia
Blake died of yellow fever last
night at the hospital Lazeretto
station to which he had been re
moved from th vessel The brig
is detained at the quarantine and
will be thoroughly rumigated and
the cargo removed before being per
mitted to pass up the river
Virginia Democrats
Lynchburg Va 6The de
mocratic state central committee
empowered Chairman John JX
Barbour to make a selection of five
members to constitute a state ex
ecutive committee After making
out campaign work the committee
adjourned The delegate express
general satisfaction with the wort
01 the convention
Regatta
Chicago 26lhe annual regatta 1f
of the Mississippi Valley Amateur
Rowing Association will begin at
Pullman tomorrow with six race
on the days programme All are
well filled Nearly thirty clubs M
will be represented In the regatta
which promises to be the most im
portant amateur equatic event of
the season
Wholesale Poisoning
Julliet HI 260ver 100 persons
in attendance at a lawn party here
last eveningwere made seriously ill
by eating ice cream the flavoring
of which is believed to have been
poisoned None of the victims
have died though several are in a
critical condition
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