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I VOLUME THHT iTUMBER 248 SAT LAXE CITY TTTAB TUESpAY MAUCH 19 1889 pBIOEWFOENTS
I BENJAMINS CHOICE
The Politicians are Seeking
r What They May Devour
I WILLING ANXIOUS STATESMEN
Missions and Consulships are Still Bones of
Contention The Preachers Want to Go
JerusalemElaine Eebnked
Special to TiE HEIUTD Examiner Dispatch
WASHINGTON March 17Harold M Sew
all is likely t be sent back to Samoa by
the Harrison administration as consul
general
The nomination of Mr Bates of Delaware
as the Democratic member of the Berlin
commission indicates that President Harrison
son and Secretary Blaine are more disposed
to indorse the BatesSewall view of the sit
uation at Sagen than Mr Bayards views
Mr Bates has been in the closest sympathy
with Mr Sewall all through the con I
troversy I
Mr Sewall will go to Berlin with the I
J American commissioners to give them any
iuifcnuation they need regarding the geo
graphy or the political history of the islands
I he IB appointed consulgeneral he will be
gin the necessary leave of absence to at
tend the Berlin conference
NEW IS NOT ESTRANGED
John C New of Indianapolis is vastly
amused at the stories which represent him
as angry at the administration and unwill
ing to accept any favors at their hands
The truth is that Mr News personal rela
tions with President Harrison wero never
more cordial than at the present time
This afternoon the two gentlemen rode
out togetherand tonight Mr New is dining
with President and Mrs Harrison at the
White housi
One of Mr News Indiana friends who is
deep in that gentlemans confidence says
that Mr Newinformed Gen Harrison some
time before the latter came to Washington
that he did not want a cabinet position that
hO did not know what Gen Harrisons
intentions were in the matter but that he
hati decided it would require more of a
sacrifice on his part than he was willing
to make and that he made this explanation
in order to relieve President Harrison of
any possible einbrrassment
Mr New will go abroad That much is
settled but where and in what capacity he
himself has not determined
IIAITIXU KETVVEEN 111 TWO
He is hesitating between the Vienese
mission and the consul generalship of Lon
don It is believed that he will accept the
latter He will return to Indianapolis on
Monday next and before leaving will have
reached a deliuite conclusion
Some surprise has been occasioned at the
Presidents delay in sending to the Senate
nomination of Mr Huston late chairman
of the Indiana Republican state committee
for the office of United States treasurer It
is learned today that the President is
withholding the nomination at Mr Hustons
request The bonds required for the office
amount to several hundred thousand dol
lars and Mr Huston it is understood has
gone west to satisfy himself that he can
furnish the bond before further action is
taken in the matter
V CORPORAL TANNERS CHANCES
jrfn incident occurred today which sat
isfies the friends of Corporal Tanner of
Brooklyn that his nomination as pension
commissioner will not long be delayed
The two Illinois senators Messrs Far
rell and Culloni called at the White House
in the interest of General Martin who also
desires to succeed General Black
The President heard them patiently and
said that he had practically decided upon
another gentleman for that place He then
referred to Mr Tanner and although he
did not say that he had been selected he
ieftthc impression so strongly upon his
visitors minds that the latter are saying
tonight that the Brooklyn man will
certainly receive the appointment
TO TUB OLD JERUSALEM
The application for places in the consular
service reveals the fact that more clergy
men apply forthe office at Jerusalem than
for all the other consulships combined The
reason is obvious The location is an inter
esting one to every student of Bible history
and as the duties of the consulate are
merely nominal there is ample time for the
prosecution of such literary or other work
as the incumbent may wish to engage in
The office at Glasgow has come to be
sought after by literateurs to a greater or
less extent since Bret Harte and Francees
Underwood of Boston were sent there
The compensation is about 0 per an
num and it accessibility to London adds
greatly to its other advantages I
New Yorkers especially those from the
northern part of the state who desire to
enter the consular service apply as a rule
fn r places in Canada There arc already
f ugh applications from Buffalo alone t
i quite the number of consularships we
have in the entire dominion
On the other hand southern people al
most invariably apply for places in warm
countries like Mexico and the Central and
South American states
The Pacific coast people prefer appoint
ments in the Sandwich islands China and I
JlpanOT
XOT AT ALL PARTICULAR
The Ohio and Illinois man has no particu
lar choice if an examination of his papers
furnishes any criterion of his wishes He
Jill accept anything that is offered to him
provided the salary is sufficient for him to
live upon
The gossip about the hotel lobbies to
night is that Mr Mitchell m v well known
Connecticut lawyer has been agreed upon
for commissionership of patents I is also
reported that exPostmaster Whitfield of
Cincinnati will be made second assistant
postmastergeneral That General Hazen
will be restored to his old place as third as
sistant and that General Tyner of Indiana
will succeed Judge Bryant as the assistant
attorneygeneral for this department I is
also stated that Editor Murat Halstead of
Cincinnati is t have the Berlin and not the
French mission
BLAINE REBUKED
An interesting story is told in political
circles about the delay in filling the English
mission I is well known that Mr Blaine
intended this place for Whitelaw Reid of
y ew York and it is also well known that
MJthin an hour after Mr Blaine had been
inducted into office that he sent Mr Reids
nomination to the White House for the
Presidents approval
The President a the story goes was not
at all satisfied with the unseemly haste
Mr Blaine displayed in the matter and
quietly pigeonholed the nomination The
Presidents reason it is said was twofold
It was done primarily t tacitly rebuke Mr
Blaine and show him that he and not the
premier should give the first impetus t
nominations so important as that In the
second place it is said that President Har
rison does not regard Mr Reid as a gentle
man possessing all the qualifications neces
sary for this mission He is willing to
send him t France or any other place he
may elect and it is not improbable that he
may yet represent this country at the court
of St James I he does it will be an indication
cation that the President has yielded t the
pressure in Mr Reids behalf and acted
But those
against his better judgment
who profess t be deepest in President
Harrisons confidence do not believe that
this will b done
Ytpathy Expressed for Pope Leo
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> M xiEEAL March ISA letter signed
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by Cardinal Taschereau and other prelates
of the dioceses of Qu bec Montreal and
Ontario was recently sent to the Pope I
sympathized with him in the loss of tern
poral power and in the restrictions placed
por upon Holy See by the Italian govern
ment In reply a letter has been receive
from the Pope commenting at length on
the inequality of the treatment which the
Church receives from the government of
Italy which allows nonCatholics to attack
the Mother church but prevents her from
defending herself Leo expresses gratitude
tude for the filial piety shown not only by
the high churchmen of Canada in their
letter other lands but by ecclesiastical dignitaries in
PRACTICAL WORK
Some Nominations Sent In and a Few Con
Urinations
fnatons
WASHINGTON March 1SThe president
to day nominated William H Whiteman
New Mexico associate justice of the su
preme court of New Mexico Smith A I
Whitfield Ohio second assistant post
mastergeneral Abraham D Hazeii Penn
sylvannia third postmastergeneral John
W Mason West Virginia commissioner of
internal revenue William W Thomas Jr
Maine minister to Sweden and Norway
Samuel R Thayer Minnesota minister to
the Netherlands Charles E Mitchell Con
necticut commissioner of patents Nathan
Murphy Arizona secretary of Arizona
John P Ward Oregon appraiser of mer
chandise in the district of Williamette in
Oregon and Washington
Some Nominations Confirmed
WASHINGTON March ISThe Senate con
firmed the following nominations John A
Kasson William Walter Phelps George H
Bates commissioners to the Samoan con
ference at Berlin Cyrus Bussey assistant
secretary of the interior I
Has Been Selected Merely
WASHINGTON March IST W Mason
West Virginia has been selected for com
missioner of internal revenue and his
nomination will be sent to the Senate in a
few days
A Bit of Personal History
WASHINGTON March ISJ W Mason
who today was nominated for commis
sioner of internal revenue is a resident of
Grafton W Va He served in the Union
army during the war and has since devoted
himself to the practice of law He has been
un active politician for many years
Charles E Mitchell of Connecticut who
is nominated for commissioner of patents is
a patent attorney living in New Britain
Conn He is about forty five years of age
and well known throughout New England
William W Thomas of Maine who was
named for the Swedish mission gets his
old office back again he having been min
ister of the United States to Sweden and
Norway when Cleveland became President
Smith A Whitfield the nominee for sec
ond assistant postmastergeneral is a well
known Ohio Republican about fortyfive
years of age He was appointed postmaster
at Cincinnati
Abraham Hazen nominated to be third 3
assistant postmastergeneral held that
office for some years prior to the spring of
1SS7 when he was surerceded by Harris
who was a Democrat Hazen is a Pennsyl
vanian who after graduating from col
lege entered the postoffice department
as cerk He rose through various
grades to the place of chief of the division
of stamps and supplies In 1S77 he was ap
pointed third assistant postmastergeneral
and in this capacity he served with ability
and efficiency for ten years When Cleve
land came into office Hazen although a
Republican was retained for two years be
cause of his knowledge of the business that
passed through his hands The third
assistant postmastergeneral has charge of
all matters relating to finances in the state
postal service and has the letting of con
tracts which involve the expenditure of a
large amount of money
Samuel R Taylor nominated as minister
to the Netherlands is a lawyer in Minne
apolis He is fortyseven years of age a
native of New York state and a graduate
from Cornelia college He went to Minne
apolis and entered upon the practice of his
profession where he attained a position in
the front rank He is highly esteemed by
the people of Minnesota and it is said he is
well qualified for the duties of the position
His Enemies Do Compass Him
WASHINGTON March Considerable
opposition is manifested to the confirmation
of Louis B Wolfly to be governor of
Arizona and it is said there are charges to
be made against him before the committee
on territories The nature of these charges
that are said to exist cannot be learned but
it is said that at the next meeting of the
committee a favorable report upon his nom
ination will be made
Another Hoosier on the List I
WASHINGTON March lSJ N Tyner
Indiana has been selected as assistant at
orneygeneral for the postofflce depart
meat
A Personal Friend of AVindom
WASHINGTON March 18 Secretary Win
dom nas appointed T E Byrnes of St
Paul to be chief of the appointment divi
ion of the treasury department vice P E
Smith resigned Mr Byrnes is president
of the Republican league of Minnesota and
a personal friend of Secretary Windom I
I
Tho Superintendent of Railway Malls
WASHINGTON March 18Toe postmaster
general today appointed J Lowrie Bell
formerly traffic manager of the Philadelphia
of the
A Reading railroad superintendent
railway mail service vice Bancroft re
signed
sigedThanks
Thanks Doctor Thanks Awfully
BALTIMOIIF March 1SDr Van Bibber
who attended Mary Anderson during her
stay in Baltimore last week emphatically
denies the report that her mind is affected
is in abnormal
Miss Anderson he added ah
normal nervous condition from overwork
and insomnia and is suffering from nervous
trouble that has given her groat pain She
is whatever not suffering from any mental ailment I
Must Protect the Salmon
WASHINGTON March 1SThe secretary
of the treasury has issued a circular to the
customs officers calling attention to the
provisions of the act for the protection of
salmon fisheries in Alaska ani instruct
ing them to se that its requirements are
strictly observed and that no dams barr
cades or other obstructions are placed in
any of the rivers of Alaska with the pur
pose of the result of preventing or impeding
the ascent of salmon or other anadromous
species to their spawning grounds and
speces
should any such obstructions be discovered
to warn them t immediately remove them
and thereafter to report persons to the
United States attorney of Alaska for prosecution
cution under the law Officers of the rev
nue marine service on duty in Alaska are
also requested so far as possible t assist
in the enforcement of the statute
A healthful clearness is acquired by the
allow skin washed daily with Glenns Sul
phur Soap
HUlsiHair and Whisker Dye BlacK or
Brown flOe
Fine sponges at Ross Pharmacy
Free of charge our want column is open
tree for all who wish help or need employ
ment Grab it Quick
Fine designs of wall paper at Ross
HEADS THE RIOT ACT
Judge Cooley Tells the Kailroad
Men Their Duty
A CRIME CAN NOT BE JUSTIFIED
Managers of Companies are Told that They
Must Obey the Law I They lose
Business The Q Reduction
WASHINGTON March ISThe interstate
commerce commission resumed the hearing
in the matter of railroad rates and the
methods by trunk lines in computing them
The managers of a number of lines were
examined disclosing the fact that in order
to secure export business the figures pub
lished in the last rates are not to be main
tained The roads which maintained the
rates lost most of their export business
That of the Lake Shore road dropped from
35 per cent to 7
Chairman Cooley said to the managers
in part I is very manifest that there
have been things going on here that should
stop at once We must compliment Mr
Hayes for coming forward and stating
frankly just what the facts were as regards
his own road We should have been better
satisfied if a like course had been taken b
al the others They ought all do no doubt
as Mr Hayes will do namely endeavor
to comply with the law Here
is the law and it is not for you hearafter
to say to say to us that there are practical
obstacles in the way of complying with it i
That you would lose business by so doing
and all that sort of thing We are not con
cerned in that We do not wish to do any
thing to make you lose business At the
same time we cannot accept it as a valid
excuse that if you obey the law you will
thereby lose business The time ought to
be considered has gone by wh n a
manager can come to us and say
I named this rate and I did it
regardless of law because my company had
done the same thing There is no reason
lor that practice I wrong is done by one
road to the injury of another the proper
method of redress is not to duplicate the
wrong but to go before a committee in
authority whether it be the commission or
a voluntary association with the complaint
of the wrong One crime in railroad circles
is no more to be excused by another than
one theft is to be justified by another
Judge Cooley announced that for certain
southern roads that had asked a hearing a
continuance of the investigation for two
weeks had been granted
The commission did not wish to express
an opinion that would effect the interest of
those roads until they had been fully heard
but in the meantime the practices in the
north which have all appeared unjustifiable
should not be continued
I trust he added that after saying
so much we shall not two weeks hence
have complaints brought to us that these
practices have been going on In the mean
time parties must have taken redress of
wrongs into their own hands when the
legality of what they complain of is to say
the least very doubtful
They ought also to rememb hat while
we continue this case for tw Jeks the
contnue
law is not suspended Tha f rS in
force as well as its penalties
Reduction in the Q System
CHICAGO March ISThe Chicago Bur
lington Quincy has taken off a number of
its local passenger trains in Illinois and
Iowa reducing this service LOS miles a day
I has also been decided to discontinue run
ning of Sunday trains five and six between
Chicago and Council Bluffs These
changes are made in the interest of its
economy the company having adopted a
policy of retrenchment with a view to re
trieving a portion of the losses of the past
year
Railroad Briefs
DThe supreme court of Minnesota has de
cided that the railway commission of that
state has no authority to prescribe rates
f jr transportation by common carriers be
tween points in the state over a route ex
ending across I neighboring state Such
power is vested exclusively in Congress
The case in question is the state of Minne
sota ex reI railroad commission vs the
Omaha road
roa
The bondholders of the Mexican National
Railway met in New York yesterday in
accordance with the provisions of the reor
ganization plan and nominated the follow
ing directors to be voted for at the annual
meeting at Colorado Springs April 1 Wm
J Raoul A Horsey Chas C Beaman
George Coppell Lord Aspinwall and Eck
stein Menton for the six nominees residing
in United States and Emilie Velasco and
Salvedra as nominees residing in Mexico
There was no contest and the meeting was
purely formal The stockholders were to
nominate five directors on March 20
THE STRAIGHT OF IT
United States Consul Kennedy Reports on the
Chinese Riot
Rot
WASHINGTON March ISThe secretary
of state has received the report of Frank
Kennedy United States consul general at
Shanghai on the recent riot at Chin Kiang
Ciina I appears that on February 5 the
consul general received from Consul Jones
at Chin Kiang telegraphic news of th3
riot and the threatened attack on the con
sulate and a request for protection As
there was no American manofwar im I
mediatedly available the British consul I
general opened communication with and an
English manofwar was started from
Shanghai on February 6 for Chin Kiang
On the day the British consulate and
four other houses at Chin Kiang were
burned and the office of the American con
sul gutted and looted by a mob of about
600 Mr Jones and family escaped injury
These facts were communicated to every
minister at Pekin The consul general at
Shanghai also reported that there was a
ate rumor that more buildings had been
destroyed Among them were the resi
dences of some American millionaries
SENATE
WASHINGTON March 1SThe Senate
opened with VicoPresident Morton in the
chair Senator Gibsons resolution hereto
fore presented for the appointment of a
select committee on relations with Mexico
and Central America was taken up Senator
Gibson defended himself agains the charge
that he wanted the committee appointed in
order a chairman he might go on a junket
to Mexico
After further talk the resolution was re
formed to the committee on commerce and
the Senate proceeded t executive business
When the doors were reopened after a
very short interval the Senate proceeded
t the consideration of the resolution
heretofore offered for the appointment of a
select committee on relations of the United
States with Cuba an Other West India
islands The discussion turned on the ques
ton of competency of the Senate in called
executive session to enter upon the per
ormance of legislative functions
Senator Sherman said the precedent on
that Doint all turned not in the power of
the Senate to do so but whether was wise
t enter upon legislature questions at an
extraordinary session Ho thought not
After further discussion without disposing
of the question the pending motion being
t refer the resolution to the committee on
I foreign relations the Senate again pro
i < h
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ceeded to the consideration pf other busi
I ness and then adjourned
Senator Sherman Sued for Taxes
PITS UO March 1SA special from
Mansfield Ohio says that Senator Sher
man was made defendant this afternoon
when the county treasurer began two ae
tens agajnst him for unpaid railroad stock
taxes agst first case is up for 1748 due on
personal stock since 1885 arid on stock held
by him as trustee The property is the
Pittsburg Fort Wayne Chicago Tail waj
stock which by a recent decision of the
supreme court is made taxable the same as
any other stock The Senator agreed to
pay should a test case be decided against
him and failed to do so
LACK OF HARMONY
Californlons Dont Appear to be Satisfied
With Each Other
Special to TiE HERALD Examiner Dispatch
WASHINGTON March 1SThere is a pain
ful lack of harmony amongtho Republican
members of the California delegation here
Senator Stanford and the representatives
from the northern part of the state insist
upon controlling the Federal patronage for
that section General Vandever on the
sect
other hand insists that it was the lower
part of the state which enabled the Repub
licans to gain the ascendency in the last
election and he thinks therefore that he
ought to have something to say about sev
eral of the San Francisco offIces at least
The pension agency for example is an
office in which the whole state is inter
ested The naval office and the superin
tendency of the mint are not confined in
their importance to any particular portion
I f lgr
of the state and in the selection of officers
for the places the southern section of the
state ought to be considered
He will insist that they be Thus far the
delegation made but little progress in
the matter of selecting persons upon whom
they will unite in recommending for the
office
It was given out with a great flourish
of trumpets several days rfgo that the en
tire list had been agreed upon This proves
to be wholly untrue The delegation will
hold another meeting in Stanfords com
mittee room tomorrow to further consider
the matter Judgingfrom present indica
tions several additional meetings will be
held before a definite conclusion can be
reached
Thus far the delegation have united upon
practically but two gentlemen One of
these is Mr Osborne for public printer
and the other is Mr Misner for the mission
to Mexico Mr Osborne by the way is
winning golden opinions for himself
The President is greatly pleased with
him and notwithstanding the great num
ber of well endorsed applicants for the po
sition it is said the contest has narrowed
itself down to the Los Angeles man and
Mr Meredith of Chicago who served as a
captain in President Harrisons regiment
during the war
An effort is being made to give Captain
Meredith the superintendency of the
bureau Qf engraving and printing the
salary of which is the same as that of the
public printer Should this arrangement
be perfected it will it is believed greatly
improve Mr Osbornes chances Some of
the Californians think that Mr Misner
ought to abandon his fight for the Mexican
mission and accept the superintendency of
the San Francisco mint These gentlemen
argue that Mr Misner is an astute
politician That in his hands the
patronage of the mint which p very large
would be to greatly strengtKfo the partys
chances in the state Mr Miner however
does not look upon the proposition with any
great degree of favor as it is not probable
that ho will be induced to make any change
in his present plans
Mr John F Swift the new minister to
Japan is spending his time quietly in Wash
ington preparing his argument in the Chin
Pin Chan case which will come up in the
supreme court one week from tomorrow
The eastern press are unanimous in their
approval of Mr Swifts selection for the
Japanese mission A fact which President
Harrisons friends say pleases that gentle
man immensely Mr Swift will leave for
San Francisco about the 27th inst and will
sail for his new post of duty the latter part
of April
The Presidents Callers
WASHINGTON March 18 General B F
Butler was among the Presidents callers
today Also Secretaries Blaine Windom
and Noble
I
Steamship Arrivals
QCBB STOW March 1SLord Cough
from Philadelphia
LIVERPOOL March IS Bostonian from
Boston
SOUTHAMPTON March lSFulda from
New York for Bremen
Ireland In New York
NEW YORK March 18t sunrise this
morning the stars and stripes run up
up the main flagstaff of the city hall New
York The state and municipal standards
waved from poles on the east and west
wings and the green flagof Ireland occu
pied a conspicuous place between two of
the main poles The feature of the day
was a parade reviewed by Mayor Grant
Ireland In Brooklyn
NEW YORK March 1SSt Patricks so
ciety of Brooklyn observed the great festi
val of Ireland tonight by agrand banquet
in the Academy of Music in this city and
by making additional contributions to the
Parnel fund The speeches of the even
ing were by Hon Amos J > Cummings of
the New York Sum and by the very Rev
Wiia Keegan vicar general of the dio
cese of Brooklyn
Have a Job on Their Hands
MARTivMareh 18It ise eyed at the de
partment of state that the Samoan commis
sioners will not be able to start for Berlin
before the middle of April fas the matter
with which they have toueal is rather I
intricat and preparation fosethe consider
ation involves exhaustive study of a large
amount of diplomatic correspondence as
well as of long protocles of the former conference
Very High Priced Beer
PORTSMOUTH NH March 8In an in
teryiew with a son of Frank Jones with
reference t the reported sale of his brew
ery he said it was absolutely true and
not merely a syndicate formed to place
stock on the market The price paid was
> 6300000 A stockcompany has been
formed and Messrs Jones Cook Sinclair
retained a block of securities and will con
tinue the active management
GOLDBERGS OFFERS
L Goldberg having just peturned from
the eastern markets with a full line of the
newest and most fashionable designs in
mens boys and childrens clothing now
offers the same at better prices than ever
An elegant line of gents furnishing goods
Call and see him at his mammoth double
stores in the Wdsatch building above the
ostoflice Special inducements to the
country trade induccents f
PD 1
Corsets t
Ladies Tennis Waists
Just in at
5
Tlc WAXKTR Bum Co
Visit the MiKADVT for fiouso decorations
t
A nice line of caret at the Coop Furni
tune Company f 1
HOT LUNCH
At Gallachers from 12 top 25c Short
orders a speciality 3
II
s
EIGHT THOUSAND
That i the Number of Miles
Traveled After Tascott
THEY COLLARED THE WRONG MAN
AJ Stone Tells the Story of theTrip and
How He Was Disappointed When He
Thought He Was Right
CHICAGO March 17The chase for Tas
Ojtt ended in a failure A Stone son in
law of the fugitives supposed victim Millionaire
lionaire Snell returned emptyhanded to
Chicago last night after a fruitless journey
of several thousand miles Stone was
accompanied by Detectives McDonald and
Williams following a clue which took them
t the Canadian northwest The pursuit
led t the Pacific coast There a capture
was made but the prisoner like so many
others before proved to be the wrong man
A CLOSE BESEMBLAJiCB
Mr Stone estimates the length of his
trip at 8000 miles He talked quite freely
but remarked with significance Itmnstbe
understood that I choose to reserve names
for various reasons some bearing upon the
failure about a month ago I received from
a law firm in Minneapolis a letter stating
they had a client resident of Winnipeg
who had some authoritative information as
to what he believed to be Tascotts where
abouts
My inquiry following showed the sus
pects description tallied better with that
of Tascott than any I had yet seen The
young man was said to be employed in a tie
camp near Ros Portage 250 miles east of
Winnipeg I left Chicago with four others
and three weeks ago tonight we went to
Minneapolis thence Winnepeg and thence
to the tie camp
MOVED TO ANOTHER CAMP
arrived there to discover that a young
man such as described had worked there
until the week before He had some time
prior received a postal card from a friend
a young man in Ros Portage stating that
there was a draft there from his father who
lived in a certain town in northern Cali
fornia a contractor lie had held back the I
card for two or three weeks while the
young man had worked out of debt
Upon receiving the card the young man
left at once We then bore down upon Ros
Portage only to learn that both the young
fellows had gone to another tie camp where
we again arrived to learn that they had
moved on to Winnipeg saying that the first
young fellows father in northern Cali
fornia was dying and they would hasten
f ijtnR ds
to his bedside Now we obtained some of
the suspected writing in the first tie camp
and it was Tascotts own hand in fac sim
ile We hurried to Winnipeg and there
added the suspects signature to our stock
of evidence
THOUGHT THET HAD HIM
I seemed certain that Tascott had writ
ten that name and no doubt remained in
our minds that we were on the right track
at lastJgOut of Winnipeg we ran the scent
to a certain nameless town in the North
west territory near the American line
Thence we pursued it hot to Vancouver and
thence by boat to Seattle The fri
brought us to Tacoma and there the twain
separated
Our man went Portland by rail and his
companion shipped to San Francisco by
sea From Portland the track ran into
San Francisco and we reached it a week
later I seemed probable that the town in
southern California whence the draft issued
was their destination and thither I posted
my companions
SUSISCTED A RUSE
Suspecting that this feature might be a
ruse I remained to watch the outbound
China steamer of that week and saw her put
forth without Tascott A telegram reached
me that our man was caught in a southern
California town and was in custody
I hastened thither One glance at my
prisoner sent my heart into my boots He
was not Tascott though he resembled him
in many points He was a young fellow of
good family and wo released him without
the satisfaction of knowing for whom he
was suspected It was the disappointment
of my life
We were all sure if we found the man
who signed the Winnipeg draft whose de
scription we had and upon whose trail we
then were that we would have Tascott I
will not say that I think Tascott is in that
country but he may bo I have other clues
of which I am hopeful
THE SHIP FBANCKLIN
She will be Sent to Nw York for the Cen
tennial
Special to the HERALD Examiner Dispatch
WASHINGTON March 18The navy de
partment will send the old battle ship
Prancklin to New York to take part in the
centennial celebration there April 30 The
Jrancklin was finished at the Boston navy
yard in 1805 after remaining ten years on
he stocks
When Admiral Farragut went to assume
command of the European squadron at the
close of the war he selected the Francklin
for his flagship and with the Augusta and
he doublebarreled monitor Miantonomah
left the United States and made his memor
able trip visiting all the principal ports of
the old world
The old ship has been used as a receiving
ship for a long time at the navy yard at
Norfolk and was sent up to Yorktown
when the centennial took place there in
831 She is 203 feet long and fiftyfour
feet wide Her displacement is 5170 tons
and in the main battery are twentytwo
Much guns with six 12pounder howitzers
in the secondary She is ship rigged and
even now is considered a good model
With her sistership the Minnesota now
used as a training ship at New York she
will represent the old navy in striking con
trast to the two new steel cruisers Boston
and Chicago which will also be there
To Connect Two Great Lakes
LANSIKG Michigan March 1SW H
klorrell of New York is here to endeavor
to induce the legislature to grant a ship
canal across the upper peninsula connecting
Lakes Michigan and Superior The route
is thirtysix miles long and will have 271
miles between Chicago and Duluth
The EiPresldents Birthday
NEW YORK March 16 ExPresident
Cleveland is fiftytwo years old today He
celebrated the event by starting on a
Havana trip with exSecretary Vilas and
oxPostmastergeneral Dickinson Mrs
Cleveland remains at the Victoria hotel
Recruiting Along the Way
WASHINGTON March ExPresident
Cleveland arrived in this city this after
noon en route to Cuba He was accom
panied by exSecretary Vilas and exPost
masterGeneral Dickinson Here the party
vas joined by exSecretary Bayard when
hey immediately left for St Augustine
2xSecretary Fairchild will join the jourists
at Tampa
Honest Jack Hardy Dead
NEW ORLEANS March 18John G
lardy familiarly known as Honest Jack
lardy one of the best known sporting men
in the country died suddenly today of
paralysis of the brain
SPECIAL COLUMN
Advertisements In th column for Situation
Wanted or Help Wanted FREE All other a
Tertisementa lO per line first time and 5c per
line line each subsequent time By tho month 81 per
DIED
HUGHES In Salt Lake city March 17 1839 of
Inflammation of the brain Emma M daughter
of John M and Manetta Hughes aged B i
months
Funeral from residence of parents 500 South
Ninth East Wednesday March 2 at 2 pm
Friends of the family are respectfully Invited
ANDERSON this city March 17 of diphtheria
after two weeks illness Dora A daughter of
Adolph and Gerda Anderson aged g years
and M days
day
WANTED SITUATIONS
WANTEDA SITUATION BY MAN
I T twentytwo years of age for ranching
general family work Address Z this office
TTANTED POSITION BY MAN AND
T T wife on a ranch or cook in a camp Ad
dress IS9 W Second North
WANTEDSITUATION BY AN EXPERL
1 V enced housekeeper and cook county or
city Apply SB E Third South street
1 VTTANTEDA I class baker SITUATION bakes bread and BY cakes A FIRST Ad
fire 53 K IL HERALD office
WANTEDSITUTIONS BY TWO MAR
WANTEDSITUTIONS Yan
1 Y ned men who are willing and can do al
most any kind of work Address F B HEKALT
office
TANTEDSITUATION WANTED BY A
WANTEDSITUATION i
V man fifty years of age Night or day
watch preferred but would be glad to do any
thing Address D M this office
TTANTEDA POSITION AS HERDER BY
IT a boy fifteen year of age Address
Hodgins HKRALD
WANTEDA POSITION iNao A BOY THIR
1 1 teen years of age Will do anything but
must work Address Willie HBICALD
XTANTEDA SITUATION AS SALESMAN
WANTEDA i SB
1 Y in the grocery department Good refer
ences of considerable experience Address x
this office
WANTEDLIGIIT LABORING WORK OR
1 1 gardening In city Address E Wach f
North Second West city
ANTEDA MAN WIIOWISHES EM
1 VA ployment f glad YI any kind of
laboring office nork Address F W E HEHALD
I
TUANTED A POSITION AS CLERK OR
TTANTEDA
11 salesman in wholesale or retail grocery I
business Address H this office gcer
WANTED HELP
WANTED A GOOD KITCHEN GIRL
I fp to Mrs W W Riter S16 i J
East street
WANTEDWOMAN COOK APPLY AT
p1 f YFi
I V once to Peoples Restaurant 07 W First
South street
V ANTEDA BOY ABOUT SIXTEEN
1 1 years of age to attend to a horse and do
chores Enquire at 147 East Second South
street
WANTEDGOOD DISH WASHER AT
Windsor hotel
T7ANTEDA GENTLEMAN OR LADY TO
W f f
t f solicit Must be of good address and de
posit SB salary i 73 per month Address O
this office
ANTED AGIRLFORGENERAL
W 7u jlR
1 V housework at No lid W North Temple
Mrs James Dwyer
TTANTEDAGENTS TO SELL LIBRARY
WANTEDAGENTS
1 1 of Universal Adventure 1fLB day to
good canvassers Bennett Ic Parsons agents
Cl I W Second South Salt Lake city
TVTANTEDA GIRL TO DO GENERAL
> T housework 3 S Main street
WTANTEDA MAN TO MAKE COLLEG
WANTEDA g
V V lions in the country to travel by wagon
and sell goods Give references and experience
Address P O Box 1115 city
TTJANTEDQUARRY MEN APPLY TO G
1 T F Culmer Si Brothers
TTTANTED I V bread and cakes FIRSTCLASS preferred Apply BAKER Empire
Bakery
TTANTEDA COOKOAPPLY AT ONCE
WA gE t Ftt
I T to Mrs L Goldberg 405 East First South
TTTANTED A GOOD GIRL TO CARE OF
WA oDe gi
TI children and to do chamber work At Mrs
W W Rlters 346 Fourth East street
TVANTEDGIRL I1 housework Apply TO at G DO F Culmers GENERAL real
dence 158 N Main street
TANTEDA GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
W House work Also a woman to wash Mon
day and iron Wednesday Apply immediately
to tfTC S West Temple street
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED TO CONTRACT SEVERAL
V V thousand aged withers to be delivered at
Evanston Wyoming after shearing Address
Oswald Bros Clltt House Salt Lake City Utah
TTANTEDTHE NAME AND ADDRESS
W of 1D graduates of the University of Des
eret Send to Miss Lizzie Smith secretcr of
the Alumni association 29 N West Temple
street Salt Lake city
TVANTEDTEAMS FOR DEEP CREEK
VA TJt nO
J LAPp1Y at Cunnlngton Cos
TV7ANTED3ooc POPLAR TREES IN
T V quire of Eldorado Land and Water Com
pany
VfO 4 L A NO 13PROPOSALS FOR
1 > army supplies Headquarters Department
of the Platte Officer of Chief Commissary of
Subsistence Omaha Nebraska March 1 1SS9
Sealed proposals in triplicate accompanied by
guarantee bonds will be received at the office of
the commisar of subsistence at Omaha Ne
braska and the office of the acting commissary
of subsistence at Fort Omaha Nebraska until
12 oclock I central standard time and at the
offices of the acting commissaries of subsistence
at Forts Sidney Niobrara and Robinson Ne
braska Forts McKinney Laramie Bridger D
A Russell and Washakle and Camp Pilot
Butte Wyoming and Forts Douglas and Du
Chesne Utah until 1 oclock am mountain
standard time on Friday the 12tn day of April
18S9 at which time and places they will be
opened in the presence of bidders for the fur
nishing and delivery of the fresh beef required at
the posts and stations mentioned respectively
and also at Belleyue RIle Range near Belle
vue Nebraska during the Hscal year commenc
ing July 118S9 The right is reserved to reject
any or all bids For information as to the quan
tity of fresh beef to be furnished at any post or
i it 1 fas
station amount of guarantee bond blank pro
posals and guarantee bonds and circulars for in
formation of bidders apply by mal or i person
to the office herein designated to receive I propos
als thereat J W BARRIGER Maj and C S
U S A Chief C SFOR
FOR RENT
111011 RENTFURNISHED ROOMS AP
I ply to t C Riech Room 51 Wasatch
Building
FOR RENT FIRSTCLASS RESIDENCE
1 seven rooms four closets halls and batii
room furnished throughout with city water
Fruit trees lawns anu stable Apnly to Mrs
Beatle corner Brigham and Fourth East
COR RENT A BRICK HOUSE THREE
FOo odH
L rooms coal and wood shed city water
close to business Apply at John McDonald
Sons 2G3 and 2 Main
1OR RENT A LARGE WORK OR PAINT
FOh 1 t2 g
I Shop abont 21x43 feet also an office room
situate a Ill S Main street See Pratt Bro
hers at their Rea lEstate Office
FOR SALE
1I1OR SALESECOND HAND BUGGY
FOhea etBUGGY
i cheap Inquire at 102 Main street
ThOR SALEFRUIT AND ROSE TREES
1 at S Starleys 33 Grape street
FOR SALE A HALFJERSEY NEW MILCH
I 1 cow Inquire of C B Felt 15 N East
Temple street
I FOR SALEA FARM OF 10 ACRES
i fenced with wire four flowing wells four
ponds stocked with carp house with two rooms
and cellar granary stable and sheds adjoining
Lake Park Farmlngton Walter Squires 22 E
Frt South
I T1OR three SALE months tl3m TYPEWRITERS Orlob Z C M L
Salt Lake City
FOR SALEREMINGTON TYPE WRIT
I ers J B Hartford room 5 Wasatch
DuldngROCKY
ROCKY MOUNTAIN VIEWS
IURIOS UTAH SOUVENIRS AND Pic
CURIOS
J tore frames at Savages Art Bazar
LOST
T OSTA FINGER RING ONE DIAMOND
U In centre and two other stones Leave at
John Lollins saloon and get reward
<
c 1 C
Mi SPECIAL COLUMN
i LUMBER YARD
fiN OR BOUT MAlICE z ANGELL EROS
0 IROS
w open their lumberyard on the St t
Road one block south of Vashgon square
and in addition to keeping a full stock of build
ing materials they will be prepared to bud
plans nnd specifications and to contract for
buildings of all kinds
MISCELLANEOUS
GEORGE W CARTER CO
TUHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS
WHOLESALE West Temple Boiling beer
and corn beef 5 to 6 cents Steaks 10 to K cents
and other meats at equally low prices
FASHIONABLE TAILORING
fVN REASONABLE TERMS LATEST LON
ON don styles Cleaning and repairing Store
orer scrip and tithing pay taken John Gib
ward son corner of Q and First streets Twentyflrst
war SILVER PALACE RESTAURANT
ItTO 60 W SECOND SOUTH STREET THE
NO dS Ht oiu
j2 largest finest and most thoroughly equip
ped restaurant in the city Open day and n ght
N Bernardis Proprietor
INFORMATION WANTEDLARSEN SEN RASMUS
A A NYONE to the POSSESSING whereabouts of INFORMATION P Larsen or Peter AS
Rasmussen formerly of Salt Lake wfil confer
a favor by forwarding the same to TiE hlsitsan
STOVES FOR SALE
NUMBER OF HEATING STOVES FOR
1 sale at cost price All new Walsh Kim
ball block
bal
COAL COAL
T C H WATSON HAVE REOPENED
JC SPIId
cJ their coal office in Hyde Griffins build
ing street with Taylor Brothers Clive 119 Main
CACHE VALLEY REAL ESTATE
VfO POINT IN UTAH OFFERS TO CAPITAL
NO1n RgoO I6
Dl better inducements than does Logan City
Parties looking for farms ranches residences or
business properties in the beatuiful valley of
Cache will find it to their advantage to corre
spond Logan with Utah Stewart Martineau P O Box I
AUCTION
mHE ENTIRE STOCK OF M LOCHWITZ
TH consisting of dishes china and glassware
tinware graniteware etc will be sold at public
auction at SOW First South street commencing
Tuesday March 19 at 1030 am and will be
continued each following day until the entire
stock is sold L Bamberger auctioneer
HOMEMADE SHOW CASES
A T ABOUT HALF THE PRICES OF THOSK
AT imported from Quincy or any other place
G F Culmer Bros t
BrsFIS
FITS
1 LL FITS STOPPED FREE BY DR KLINES
A Uieat Nerve Restorer No Fits after first
aays use Marvelous Cures Treatise and O
trial bottle free to Fit cases Send to Dr Kline
931 Arch street Philadelphia Pa
TiE EXCELSIOR ROLLER ILL
PROVO JUST FITTED WITH MODERN
PR improved machinery Df S In every
particular Best grades of roller process flour
shorts and bran and all kinds of grain and feed
on hand Free delivery to all parts of the city
Highest cash price paid for wheat J W
Hoover Manager
FOR SPRING PLANTING
f 10 TO CHRISTOPHERSENS SALT LAKE
GO Nursery on State Road two miles south of
the city for your Fruit Shade and Ornamental
Trees Roses Shrubs etc Home grown as well
as imported Leave orders the city at Grund
lunds store No G3 E Second South street
VJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
NOtfng 11 Jh J
1l meeting of the stockholders ol the Utah
Broom company will be held at the office of tho
company at North Salt Lake Salt Lake city
Monday April 8 1889 at 10 am for the purpose
of removing W A Byers trustee and Trea
surer E F Jones trustee and VicePresident
T W Armstrong trustee and Secretary J I
Hedges trustee and the election of their sue
oessors C 0 PERRY president
Salt Lake City March 5 1839
Electrical Supplies
For Hotels Residences Offices Stores
Mills Mines Etc
United Electric Co
46 W SECOND SOUTH STREET
Telephone 116 P O Box 277
GREEN CO
Sanitary Contractors
We use the best known disinfectants and
Clean Away all Nuisances No trouble or
Annoyance Special Machinery for Cesspool
Cleaning
P 0 Box 659 SALT LAKE CITY t
J W SUMMBHIIAYS I MOBIIIS WI noW
J W SUMMERHAYS CO
Office and Warehouse Half Block South of Utak
Central Depot Salt Lake City Utah
Wool Pullers and
Sheepskin Tanners
DEALERS I
Wool Hides Deer and Sheep Skins Buckskin
Furs Wool Sacks Fleece Twine Plastering
Hair Sheep Shears Sulphur Salt and
Natural Leaf Tobacco
LARGE LOT E D OF A S H KEPSK fNS I
For which they will pay top market price
THE CULLEN HOTEL
S C EWING Proprietor
Opened October 3d 1887
THE FINEST HOTEL HI THE WEST
Rates 300 per Day
SPECIAL RATES TO TOURISTS
Becks Hot Springs
Thoroughly Cleansed Renorated and under j
New Management
BOARD AND LODGINGS J
LUNCHES MEDICINAL BATHS
1
Luxury and Health Combined
Utah Central and Denver Ic Rio Grande Trains i
to Becks Hot Springs
g < j
H B CLAWS01T AGENT
KELLY CO I
PRINTERS MAKERS S I
AND STATIONER
No 4 W SECOND SOUTH ST
I
Salt Lake City U T
OUR for doing firstclass Job Printing r
are of the newest and best
TOOKS Ruled Printed and Bound to Order
BOOKS of Railroad Mining Bank and
Mercantile Work always on hand
riOMPLETE line of Office Supplies embracing
OIILETE le
C the most approved laborsavins and econ
omical Inventions
PRICES LOW CALL ON U3
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