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Purchasing Agent Mr W F NESLEN
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making purchases of an im
mense and varied
1a stock of
FALL GOODS
7O Full lines of Seasonable Merchandise in
all the Departments
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viaL Temple itreet a ladya large sized fan
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GIVE IT A TRIAL
rjtw MRS McEwiS
ectt Uuh Registry Office for Servants now I
se tb pen aV 1268 First South street eait of
Continental Hotel Office hours 10 to 4
idst < Comfortable waiting rooms P 0 Box
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redaij 1ooro8 for the Oregon Short Li ° e
rto t WSA2I 200 par day Apply to the
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3 tree W B DODDBIDGK
farm Genl Snpt Idaho Division
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ductij STOCK
bock Pastured at Little Farm three
aues south ot aiith Ward bridg9 50c
eresX week
r8adt NEW STEAM BOAT
pM Tna new Steamboat bal commenced
ruggi UTn ng and is making regular eicar
iio trips every dsy from BlackEocE t
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George A Lowe has the best Mower
ea tot esperg Buggies Tongue Scraper Mill
> a Col Machinery and Agricultural Implements
a 1 Utah
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LOOK LOOK I
For eale che p
esm One Piano 0000
day 1000 IDs New Safe 9000
11 etr Bowen Co Parlor Billiard Table 4000
I New Ctrpot 50c per yard
> UT 1 J W SKELLS
m T Idaho Store
Lrv rf EYE AND EAR
g > i lfv Dr Ira Lyons four doors west cf
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House come
ad HORSES AND MULES
1 ces BR all IfJ sale Apply to A S Patterson
i32 Mam street
BRIEF TELEGRAMS
High tides at Atlantic City NJ
have done great damage recently
The report that Canadian cattle
are affected with Texas fever is
denied
Deaths from cholera Tuesday in
Upper Egypt 114 in Lower
Egypt 7
The San Prrncisco club of
Knights Templar arrived in Chica
go on Wednesday
Eleven thousand bales of New
South Wales wool were sold in Lon
i don on Wednesday
Frank Barres a colored burglar
was shot by Police Officer Green at
Atlanta Ga on Wednesday
Richard OShaughnessy has re
signed in the Commons for Limer
ick to take a government office I
The French journals boast that
that the treaty of Hue makes the
French absolute masters in China I
Seventyfive cases of cartridges
100 cases of rifles and revolvers left
San Francisco for Shanghai Wed
nesday
At Capulto Tex lightning struck
a schoolhouse rendering the teacher
and seven pupils Insensible one
child is notexpected to recover
Harry Cutcher was found dead in
his wagon Bear Parry Mich sup
posed to have been poisoned by a
man named Wolyer who is under
arrest
Senators Login Dawes and Cam
eron are at Sioux City and are not I
prepared to say what the committee
will recommend with regard to the
Indians
The engine of a portable saw mill
at Georgetown 0 exploded Wed
nesday killing the owners Irwin
and West and badly wounding
Richnrd Steele
Parnell at a meeting of the Irish
National League at Dublin on
Wednesday thanked Irishmen in
America and Australia for their
support of the cause of progress in
Ireland I
A freight train ran into a creek I
near Crockett Tex Wednesday
the bridge having been burned Two
brakemen are in the debris Ithe engineer
gineer was badly burned the fire
man was saved
At the Nebraska Democratic
State convention yesterday Hon J
W Savage of Omaha was nominat
ed for Justice of the Supreme Court
and Hans J M Woolwortb of
Omaha Dr Daniels of Madison
county and G W Johnson of Fill
more were nominated for Regents
of the State University
LATEST TELEGRAMS
BLACKBURN
He Doesnt Want the Speak rsblp
But Prefers a Scuators lip
Louisville Ky 29A special to
the CourierJournal from Frank
fort says Hon J C Blackburn
was in tho city today and made
known his intention concerning the
speakership to Colonel J Stoddard
Johnson editor of the Frankfort
Yeoman He said Certainly I
have no reservation when I speak
to the people through the Yeoman
which I am always glad to make
my meuium of communication I
am not a candidate for Speaker
For some weeks I have made my
determination known to my friends
and you are authorized to make the
announcement public My feeling
for the success of the Democratic
party in Congress and for the or
ganization of that body upon a basis
which will inure to the best inter
est of the country is superior to any
mere feeling of personal ambition
Ardent friends and fellowmem
bers have urged me to prose
cute the canvass for the
position and have assured me
of substantial strength in the cau
cus but I am satisfied that in order
to defeat the machinations of the
protectionists and secure the elec
tion of a Speaker who will reflect
the true democratic theory
of a tariff for revenue only
it will be necessary to con
centrate rather than by hay
Ing too many candidates prosecut
ing similar views to promote the
chances of the common foe By
my withdrawal Kentucky will be I
united in the fight and I shall lend
all my energies to the success of the
candidate who representing the
true principles of tariff reform
shall show the best prosoecfcof de
feating Mr Randall These may
be said to be the considerations of a
public nature which have led me to
this conclusion There are how
ever personal reasons which sup
plement them and have also a con
trolling influence Since the ad
journment of Congress I have been
urged by many personal friends to
permit the use ot my name as can
didate for United States Senator
After mature consideration 1 have
consented to becornata Candidate
and you are authorized to announce
me in the canvass I do not feel
that I can with propriety stand for
both places and therefore decline
the race for the Speakership to de
vote my energies to that of Senator
I
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The Northwest Underwriters
Chicago 20The fourteenth an
nual convention of the Fire Under
writers of the Northwest began to
day and was attended by fully 200
delegates from companies doing
business in the northwest and in
Ohio Indiana Tennessee Kentucky
Iowa Wisconsin and Kansas In
his annual address the President
W M Decamp of Cincinnati re
ferred to the beneficial rules of the
organization of the State board of
underwriters After the appoint
ment of a standing committee for
the ensuing year the convention
took a recess
Mr G A Holloway of Chicago
read a paper on risks in which he
deprecated the present tendency to
broaden insurance contracts with
out a great compensation and also
the immediate allowance made on
rates where novel appliances which I
were untried are kept in readiness
extinguishing fires
Mr Mulllns advocated in a paper
the compact system of making rates
he did not deem local agents com
petent or free enough from preju
dice to go to work for companies on
the compact system and contem
plated the appointment of compe
tent men to make jates of insurance
for the several districts in which
the companies do business these
men to receive their remuneration
pro rata to the business done by
them Adjourned till tomorrow
P O 0
A Fatal Fracas I
Butte M T 29 The Inter I
Mountains Deer Lodge special says
Two weeks ago last Monday two
Chinamen got into a dispute with
two other Chinamen who were
working some mining ground about
a mile above the town of Pioneer
The Chinamen were armed with
shovels la the fracas that ensued
the assaulted Chinamen who were
at work upon the claim were bad
ly beaten by the assaulting parties
One of them managed to escape but
bruised
the other was so badly
abput the head as to render him
senseless in which condition be re
mained until last Sunday at 2 p m
when he died The verdict of the
coroners jury was that the beaten
Chinaman came to his death by
blows from the shovels or other in >
struments in the hands ot unknown
parties Ah Nam Sing and Ding
Hook are now in the custody of the
sheriff i
Henry V
Frohsdorf 0Tlie plate on the
coffin of Count deC ambor was
inscribed with the following words
Henry the Fifth by the Grace of
God King of France andN avarre
THE JAMES TRIAL
Bad Showing for the Prisoner
St Louis PostDispatch Gal
latin special The court reassem
bled this morning Miss Ella Ken
dig and her mother living four
miles from Winston iaentified Dick
Liddell and Frank James as being
together on the day thelrobbery
William Bray the farmer who took
Tease James in a buggy to Hamil
ton at the time of the expedition
was abandoned at Gallatin on ac
count of Jesses sickness corrobor
ated Dick Liddells account of the
affair He positively identified
Frank James Mrs Bray cor
roborated her husbands testimony
Frank Holfenberger a young
farmer living one mile from Gallatin
was one of the best witnesses ex
amined It was at his house that
the robbers stopped over night on
their return from the second trip
when Jesse was taken sick Witness
accurately described the party designating
ignating Clarence Hite as Slouch
Dick Liddell he recognized as one
of the party He detailed the move
ments of the party during the time
they were at his house Defendant
whom witness positively identified
showed unusual familiarity with
celebrated racehorses
Recess was taken at noon The
prosecutor announced that the State
would close at the afternoon session
It is admitted on every hand that
the State has made a very strong
caseWhon
Whon the court met this after
noonbheriff J R Tirnjerlake tes
tified to having kept a bay mare for
Mr Roberts for several days about
the time of the Winston robbery
The mare was then turned over to
one Graham who came and
claimed it
The state here rested the case The
defense then asked the Court to ad
j ioarn until morning in order to
give them time to complete their
statement and gather their wit
nesses This was granted and the
Court adjourned
The testimony of the States wit
nesses today was Intended to sup
ply the missing links and complete
the chain of evidence which the
State has been forging for the past
four days and when the State
rested its case today there was
little doubt left in the minds of
those who have heard the evidence
from the beginning of its complete
ness The State has woven a net
work of circumstances around the
accused from which it will require
the most direct and positive testi
mony in rebuttal to extricate
them but all that can be
done by the able lawyers will be
done The witnesses for the defense
bear good characters and their tes
timony will be entitled to great
weight The defense will doubtless
be conducted upon two theories
First it will be shown that James
was not a participant in the Win
ston robbery and that Liddel swore
falsely The other position will be
that if the defendant was at Win
ston it has not been shown that he
took an active part in the affair or
that he killed McMillan or robbed
the express car
Foreign
Berlin 20The Reichstag was
opened today The message of the
Emperor at the opening of the ses
sion declares that the Reichstag is
called to notify the Spanish treaty
and secure beyond doubt the pay
ment of the indemnity granted the
government by the Bundesrath for
carrying the provisions of the treaty
into immediate effect Two hun
dred and sixty deputies were pres
ent The President and vicePresI
dent of the previous session were re
elected
Vienna 20The antiMagyar
riot at Seagovian has been quelled
The peasants participating fled to
the mountains Martial law has
been proclaimed in Egerszog and
the troops have been reinforced
Paris 20It is reported that the
Emperor of Abyssinia having
heard that King Menolek of
Shoa intended to send an embassy to
France to solicit for a protectorate I
over Shoa has declared war against
King Menolek and the Abyssinian
army has already invaded Shun
The Regular Thing
St Louis 20The Wabash train
known as the Cannon Ball which
left Council Bluffs last night at 5
oclock when near Clifton Mo at
2 oclock this morning ran over a
cow The engine baggage car and
a coach were derailed and the en
gine upset Engineer Hoel one of
the oldest employees of the road
was killed No passengers were in
jured
California Cotton Mills
San Francisco 29The Califor
nia Cotton Mills company has been
incorporated with a capital stock
of 6600006 Tne factory will be
located at Oakland The spinning
and weaving of cotton marks a new
era of progress in California
Gored too Much
Omaha 29A dispatch received
here today irom Fort Fetterman
states that Harvey Boyd was gored
to death by a cow Deceased wee
the son of John Boyd and nephew
of Hon John E Boyd exmayor of
Omaha and recently went out to his
uncles cattle ranch
The Presidents Party
Camp Campbell at the foot of I
Yellowstone Lake Wyoming Terri
tory 27Tbe President and party
arrived at this camp about noon to
day having marched from the
upper end of the lake a distance of
twentytwo miles The trail we came
over wound around the borders of
the lake almost entirely through
the timber and the agreeable shade
and abaenca of dust made our ride
one of the most enjoyable of the
whole journey At the point where
we remain tonight there is abun
dant and nutritious grass Our
camp is in the fringe of the fine
pine timber which covers the moun
ain sides and is elevated enough to
overlook the splendid meadow upon
which our animals are feeding and
o command a comprehensive view
of the beautiful lake whose waters
wash the precipitous cliffs of the
Shcshone mountains beyond Many
of the peaks are snow cappedwhich
II in the light of the acting sun are
made visible for many miles The
President accompanied by Captain
Clark went fishing this afternoon
whilst the rest of the party were
contented to rest and enjoy the
panorama spread out before them
The President caught thirtyfive
fish weighing forty five pounds
The head of an extinct species of
rhinoceros and two veterbrie of a
large fossil in an excellent state of
preservation were found on the
bank of the lake near our camp by
our surgeon and naturalistW H
Toowood The specimens are in
teresting and will be sent to Profes
sor Cope at Philadelphia
Inspector Holcomb of the Gen
eral Land Office has returned to
Washington and reports the land
offices in the western States and
Territories in good condition and
doing a large business especially in
Oregon and Washington Territory
HOTEL ARRIVALS
August 29 1883
NEW METROPOLITAN HOTEL
W Mcrri Tintic J R Sinusoid
WaihiDgton R D McDonald Leadville
Wyatt Earl and wife Gunnison v L
Vischer 0 A Smith Denver W P Har
bottle Grand Junction 0 King Winne
manes J E Barney wife and child
Boulder J E Gaunter 0 S Lj J Func
end wife Park city
VALLEY HOUSE
S S Russells company W S Dyer D
EL McDonald Nevada A F Johnson di
wife Ogden D P Green Pueblo H A
Church wife and daughter T Peterson I
J K Mollis Iowa A W Hawkett Cali
fornia L E Myer Los Angelos L L
Ames J R Tibbitj U T Lane Omaha
L G Christie Evanston
WALKER HOUSE
H E Ide E H Thompson New York
0 L Kobortaon Soldiers Summit G A
Bdrton Kansas W B Barton Denver
A Merril Boiton J L Hucklenwi
Rushvillo Ind D G Schwartz and wife
F W enter Chicago M 0 Curtis T Key
anagh Washington A T Pierson and
wife St Paul A W McCnne J Grave
Nephi J J lmhoff and wife Mrs W B
Gosper Lincoln J A Booty Qkriveport
L C P Barth B G Harris J M Nathan
San Francisco J M Snow N Y J
Width Chicago J H Read Charleston
a lij V Hargravcj England AJB Ithino
hart Denver J Doniphan and Wife
Missouri Miss Ihornton Butte Th
Misses Twmie and Sallie McChane
Omaha J M Welshang PrO Co
CONTINENTAL HOTEL
John R Clark and wife Mies Lute
Clark Lincoln Neb W T Whitmote
Gbicngo A A Putnam Beaver Cnarlea
B Fish Georgetown J 3 H Rollins San
Francisco Win Van Tacsell wife end
daughter Few York 14 M Johnson W
H H Clayton Nor Smith Ark J B Van
Berger and wife Garbondule Pa H C
Had ley C A Tench Burlington Iowa
V St John wife and maid S Biintoo
and wife John B2uto wife
and daughter Fitlsburg Fa
Mr and Mrs Allison Australia H Wash
Kinley and wife Ireland W U Loud
Chicagr Joseph H Welsh Fred A Bull
S M Vmsoy A 0 Adams M D Sol
Smith Susiel Danbvry Conn Joa
N i Luston William Warriopton
J M Bailey Delhi Ills j
S B Thurman A 0 Smoot jun Provo
B Duncan Denver William Hanna and
wife Buffalo E Pangborn New Haven
SALT LAKE SAVORS
15Y SUSANNAH SMITH
If ther aint any hell I doant sea
how sum oaks will ever get pade
offIn
In the dickshunaree of ofisholders
thers no such word as emit I
An honest man is alwaz open to
convickshun
Verchew is like butter it
shoodnt be eckspozed tu much if
you want it to keepe
Everee dog has his daythe kats
hav the nites
A good many peeple tawk about
principle when Its ther interest they
meen
Sum peeple bait everyboddee hoo
doant kum down to ther levil
Yu ar ofen envied by foaks hoo
say they hoald yu in kontemt
It must be unkumfortable to dis
kuver that yer spite is makin yer
enemee fat
Doant it seem that God waz veree
libral or aIde veree karelis to maik
sum people that yu kno
Yer habit of ka11in bad naJms mite
be improoved if yu wood practis on
yer oan epitaf
When yn bay taken a bath and
aint got a stitch onto yu did yu i
ever think that thatz awl there is r
oy yu and that yu kant kontrol it a ie
seckund after the umpire kaUri
Timer I
tM
If yer kant Juv yer nabor doant
ry it on hiz wife
If yu ar reelly verree wize sum
boddee is almoas shoor tu find it
out
iutYu
Yu ar a preecher and act az kind
ov sine board to heavennow be
shoot an get ther yeraelf
They say kats see best in the dark
a kats eye wood be good to ser h
our hearts with
Fifty milyun peeple think Amer
ika woodnt amount tu mutch with
out ther personal Infloons to give it
back boan
Awl flesh is grassOle Nick wil
tend tu the haymakin wee ar
bald A
A pig is as low down in the shall
of desensee as hea han well get but t
a rite smart man kan get below a
pig if he reelly wants tu
When you hay ben feting garlick
doant komplain of bad smelz
When yu ar goain to the devil
the faster yu go the faster yu will
find it out I guess
Interesting Facts
In Germany machinery belts are
being made of steel wire
The railway trip from Paris to
Constantinople is to be made in sev
entyfive hours
i The longest span of wire in the
I world is used for a telegraph in In
dia over the river Ristan and is
6000 feet long
The two first American locomo
tives were built in New York city
in 1830 for the Charleston and Har
risburg railway in South Carolina
Roebling Martin Collingwood
the three eminent bridge engineers
all graduated at the Renssellear
Polytechnic Institute Troy N Y
Great Britain owns about 1250
000000 worth of shipping engaged
In carryingmerchandise j while the
UnitEd States only owns about
3150000000 worth
A new dictionary being published
in England will contain 200000en
tries and more than a million quo
tations This will be much larger
I than Websters unabridged
ARE YOU MADE miserable by I
Indigestion Constipation Dizziness I I I
Loss of Appetite Yellow Skin I
Shiloha Vitalizeris a positive cure
Sold by Z C M L Drug Star lH
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Probate Court of Salt Lake
County Utah Territory
In the matter of the estate of Solomon
Leebeg deceased
fJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY
NOTICE administrator of the
estate of Solomon Leebes deceased to
the creditors of and all person having
claims againet said deccaied to exhibit
them with the necessary vouchers within
ten moaths after the first publication of
this notice to said adminiilrator at his
plitca of business No 154 Weat tide of
East Temple street between First and
Second South Temple streets Salt Lake
City UtahMOSES
MOSES 0 PHILLIPS
AdtniListrator of the Estate of Solomon
Leebea deceased
Dated Salt Lake City August 30th
1883 an30
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Nmic ID 11 District
tullE ADJOURNED MEETING OF
THE
JL the Taxpayers resident in the 17th
District Salt Lake county for the pur
pose of considering the natter of levying
a tax to complete the Schoolhoaie will
bl held nt 8 p m on MONDAY SEP
TEMBER 3d in the Schoolhouse A
full and prompt attendance particularly
requested
A E HTDI
W B DOUSALL
Wl BEJUIZ
Truiteea
Salt Lake City Aug 28 83 au 29
FOR SALE
A CHEAP HOME I
Ta the IGtli Ward
Fifty rods of ground and a three
room houeo which must be Bold
immediately as the owner is leav
intr town Apply ai this office
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METROPOLITAN SALOON
Bcclitol Bros Props
The Fined Liquors mid Cigars Poo
Tables Nice Cold Lunch from 9 til
13 pm Call and try UB
METROPOLITAN HOTEL
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SLEEPLESS NIGHTS made
miserable by that terrible cough
Shiloh Care is the remedy for you
Bald by 2 0 M L Drag Btara 21

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