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I I THE SALT TiAKE HEKiALIX SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 30 1893
r i let his partner out of jail the balance be
ing sp ntabout town
The two men are tiuhorns and the
I citizens have determined to run all of
their class out of town nia
The Chinaman was glad to get half
FJ money back
XAULIFFE HAS A BENEFIT
CholIy Mitchell Is Given a Veritable
CKation
NEW YOKE Sept 29Jack McAulifie
the champion light weight of the world
was tendered a benefit this evening in
Brooklyn Charley Mitchell Englands
I
boxing champion was given a warm re
ception when he mounted the stage to
box three rounds with Jim Hall of Aus
1 tralia When the cheering died away
Mitchell advancing to the center of the
stage said I suppose you want me
to say something about Corbett Well
all I have to say is I shall be on hand on
f the fight of the issue and I will do my
best to win
At Latonla
I
I IATQNIA Sept 29Track fast Buck
I rene clipped threefourths of a second off
the five furlong record on the Latonia
I track making the run in 101M This
breaks the record for all the western
traces
Six furlongsEyelet won May T sec
ond Uno third Time 115 J
Mi1La Rosa won Sabine second
Sister Mary third Timel42
Seven larlongs Peabody won Dolly
I McCone second Miss Mayma third
Time 129
Five furlongsBuckrene won The
Kitten second King Howard third
Time 102 >
Maiden stakes nine sixteenths of a
mle Alethia Allen won Cosmo line sec
ond Mesilia third TlmeO56
Six furlonpa Bessie BIsland won De
ceit 115 second Little Annie third Time
I At Mrrrlg Park
MORRIS PARK Sept 29Correction
won the first race five furlongs today
beating tho favorite Dr Hasbrouck and
equalling the record of 57 seconds fiat
Domino won the matron stakes in 109
lowering the worlds record for six fur
longs bj threequarters of a second The
value of Dominos stake was 29400
Five furlong Correction won Dr
Hasbrouck second Sirrocco third Time
p 057
Six furlongs Melba won Sarah Juney
second Regina third Time l09i
Six fnrlon Domino won Pe ce
maker second Jack of Spades third
Time 109
Mile and a quarter Rudolph won
Banquet second Terrifier third Time
207MileNero
MileNero won AnnaB second Botero
third Time 147
Five furlongsPatrician won Black
Hawk second Assignee third Time
102K
St Louis Track
I Sr Louis Sept 29The weather
l was cold and the track fair Five fur
Jongs Guard won Fannie Williams
I second Willie G third Time lMX
I Four furlongsSouth Park won Miss
I Portland second King Craft third Time
50
1 Six and a half furlongs Guide won
i Zeed second Minnp L third Time 122
Four furlongs Grev Jacket won
Governor Hill second Wynona third
Time 53K
t Five furlongsSusie Nell won Tramp
I second Cocheco third Time103
MileRube Burrows won Bopeep
t 1 second 144 Royal Flush third Time
On The Diamond
CT1WflNLTI Sept 29The Reds hard
hitting in the third inning was the fea
ture Cincinnati 10 Washington 4
LoUISVILLEThe Colonels shut out the
Orioies Louisville 6 Baltimore 0
CLEVELAND The game was very close
up to the third inning Cleveland 10
Philadelphia 3
PmsBURQ Coleolough the new
pitcher won the game lor the Pittsburgs
Pittsburg 4 New York 3
ST LoUISNo game rain
1Ia cot and Saladin Will Race
t BUFFALO N Y Sept 29William
Perry Taylor owner of the pacer Mascot
has received word that James B Green
owner of Saladin with a record of 205 J i
I accepts his challenge for a match race for
2500 a side In the second week of Octo
ber Green prefers the race to take place
on the Cleveland track and Taylor will
acquiesce Mascot and Saladin met at
Kirkwood Del on July 4 when Sala
din passed the pacing champion in the
home stretch as if he were standing still
At Terre Haute
TErn HAUTE Sept 29Cold weather
and rain today caused the postponement
I of the races until tomorrow Six good
f heats were trotted
215 TrotPimlico won Miss Alice sec
ond Jack Sheppard third Time 211J
r Free for all trotPixley won WalterE
Eecond Greenleaf third Time2104
olalia Races Postponed
I r SEDALIA Mo Sept 29Hcavy rains
I t here so softened the track that the races
down for today including Directnms
proposed great trial were postponed un
til tomorrow
Australian Cricketers
PHILADELPHIA Sept 29The Aus
tralian cricketers started a match here
today and showed they had not yet lost
I their sea legs They fielded magnifi
r cently but their bowling was away off
The stand of the day was made by J H
i Bohlen and W W Noble who com
t oletely collared the bowling and took the
I total from 131 to 296 The play will be
i MitW 4 e resumed tomorrow
o
The Valkyrie
NEW YORK Sept 29The Valkyrie
I was given another spin down the bay
today The elements were favorable
and the racer fairly flew through the
waters It seems very probable from this
trial that she can beat the Vigilant baforo
the wind but if she can bore into wind
with the Vigilant she will have to point
higher than she did today
Tho Football Season Opens
NEW YORK Sept 29The football flea
I eon will open with a rush tomorrow
Princeton will play Rutgers on its home
I grounds the West Point Cadets play the
New York Volunteers at West Point In
i New York the Crescents play with Orange
j rounds Yale and Harvard both play on their home
YTheolluC from Buffalo to Pittsburc
1 BUFFALO N YSept 2At4 oclock
i this afternoon sixtyfour wheelmen
I 1 started from the postoffice in this city on
the roadrace to Pittsburg The distance
l Is about 240 miles They expect to make
it in twentyfour hours
j TEXAS IN A BAD BOAT
Obligations TtlaturiBg and No Cash la the
Treasury
I ST Louis Sept 29A special to the
I Republic from Fort Worth Tex says
The treasury of the state of Texas has ob
I ligations to meet in October with half the
money necessary to pay them Appro
priations in excess of the comptrollers es
timate of possible receipts is the cause of
the present trouble Governor Hogg has
suggested a solution that the clerks in
> departments do not take their pay lor
thirty or sixty days and also send out
a circular to all county and district offic
ials asking they withhold their demands
for thirty or sixty days
Decline the Mission to Borne
NEW YORK Sept 29A morning pa
per says II business associate of John
J Van Alen ClevelandB nominee tr
ambassador to It Jy said last night that
Van Alen had written to the president
declining the mission to Rome
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TERRITORIAL NEWS
A Child Swallows Lye at Logan
City
Appropriating Stray Sheep in Cache The
Sarpeto Valley Ro Accident at
AlpineGeneral Items
Wednesday morning a 2yearold child
of Tarvel Larsen of the Seventeenth
ward drank a considerable quantity of
lye and burnt its mouth and throat ter
ribly One of the girls had been doing
some cleaning and put the lye on the
floor The little one crawled over to it
and drank a quantity while no one was
around Dr Snow was summoned and
did all that could be done to relieve the
suffering of the little one and at last ac
counts the child was resting somewhat
easy and there are hopes for its recovery
Logan Nation
Appropriating stray Sheep
Therearen number of sheep herds in va
rious parts of Logan canyon audit is said
to have been the custom of parties who
should bo lucky enough to find a stray
sheep to appropriate said sheep to his own
private use A few days ago however
one man chanced to be much luckier than
his fellow men and came across a bunch
of about thirty stray sheep which he de
sired to make use of so he proceeded to
drive them to town and killed a few of
them The owner of the sheep got wind
of the affair aud came after the man with
a sharp stick It is very probable the
case will be settled by the man paying
for the sheep he has killed and surrender
ing the balance Logan Nation
Miscellaneous Items
The citizens of Moroni have nominated
John Bailey and Hyrum M Bradly for
school trustees
The land commissioners left for Sevier
county where they will remain about ten I
days appraising landsEphraim Enter
prise
The Sanpete Valley road ran a special
train to Provo last Monday for the benefit
of parties who wished to get their natur
alization papers Ephraim Enterprise
Francis Salzner left for Mammoth on
Sunday where he went to assist in build
ing e leaching mill for the Mammoth
mine Mr Pettis is also working there
Lehi Banner
The young men of Pleasant Grove have
volunteered to get fuel for the poor Ten
cords of wood have been turned over to
the bishop and doubtless many more
loads will be delivered before winter
sets in
There is some talk in regard to the ex
tension of the Sanpete Valley railway
into Sevier county How true the report
is we cannot say but can almost assure
Sevier people that it will not be this year
Ephraim Enterprise
Ezra Martin of Salt Lake met with a
painful accident at Alpine last week
while preparing for a hunting trip He
was removing the charge from a cart
ridge that would not go off when it ex
ploded terribly mangling his left hand
He was taken to American Fork and Dr
Addeman dressed the WoundLehi
Banner
Mr Peter Larson seems to be In bad
luck the fire fiend appears to be lurking
on his premises It is only a few months
since a fire destroyed nearly all his out
houses barn etc On Tuesday his little
boy 6 years old set fire to his place
which burned a hay and grain stack and
some of the new fence just put up The I
loss is about ilOOLchi Banner
Who says beet raising does not pay
Johnson Brothers at Springvillo have
just finished harvesting five acres which
went 19 tons and 18 cwt to the acre O
J Webb of Lehi has just finished one
acre of e tenacio patch which netted
him 29 tons at the sugar works The en
tire crops of the county will average this
year 15 tons to the acre Beets are worth
55 a ton delivered at the factory so you
may do your own figuring Prow En
quirer
A NEW ROUTE
From London to Australia by Way of
Canada
LONDON Sept 29Tha Times today
publishes a prominent article upon the
arrival in London of James Huddart who
is to inaugurate a new route to Sydney
N S W via Canada This new depart
ure it appears is due to the big trade
already existing between Honolulu and
Vancouver which formerly all belonged
to San Francisco
The promoters of the new enterprise
are very sanguine of improved relations
between Canada and Australia as a result
of the McKenzie Bowels mission to the
various Australian governments with a
view of arranging for special tariffs and
subsidies The companys tenyear fran
chise and the exclusive working agree
ment Tvith the Canadian Pacific railroad
is regarded as of great importance and
the suggestion that it put its vessels on
the admiralty list as available cruisers in
the time of war will be proposed when
the house of commons reassembles
THE DEATH ROLL
ExSenator Meehen
HOPKINSVILLE Ky Sept 20Ex
Senator Meehen died tonight in a lunatic
asylum in this city Ho was 82 years of
age and some months ago lost his mind
Two weeks ago he was sent to the asylum I
Heir to a Quarter of a Million
I NEW YORK Sept 29A dispatch from
Boston says Miss Irene Burrlll a resi
dent of this city has just received word
that her cousin Heuri Kingsford is dead
and that she is Bolo heir to his property
which he left in Los Angeles Cal to the
extent of a quarter of a million dollars i
Every voter Tvhohasinovcd ono
precinct to another since the last elec
tion Iiould see that he Is transferred
on the registration lists
T Ti ± the best is
JLtl Paint the
JJA JL C4JJL S thecbcapest
strictly Pure
White Lead is best j properly applied
it will not scale chip chalk or rub
off it firmly adheres to the wood and
forms a permanent base for repainting
Paints which peel or scale have to be
removed by scraping or burning before
satisfactory repainting can be done
When buying it is important to obtain
Strictly Pure
White Lead
properly made Time has proven that
white lead made by the U Old Dutch II
process of slow corrosion possesses
qualities that cannot be obtained by
any other method manufacture This
process consumes four to six months
time and produces the brand that has
given White Lead its character as the
standard paint
C Southern
is the standard brand of strictly pure
Lead made by the U Old Dutch pro
cess You get the best in buying it
You can produce any desired color by
tinting this brand of white lead with
National Lead Cos Pure White Lead
Tinting Colors
For sale by the most reliable dealersln Paints
everywhere
If you are going to paint it will pay you to
end to us for a book containing information
that may save you many a dollar it will
only cost you a postal card to do so
NATIONAL LEAD CO
St Louis Branch I
ClarI Avenue and Tenth Street
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Free t to the Pub1ic j i
An Unreserved and Unectuevocal
Offer is Made
DRS MANSFIELD AND BISSETT
Offer to Treat and Supply AVith THoilicines
All Who Apply Within Two Weeks
Free Absolutely Without Money
and Without Price
For the purpose of introducing Drs Mans
I field and Bissett in their methods of treating
diseases to the people of Salt Lake city and
vicinity and giving at once practical and sub
I stantial proofs of their skill they make the
follawing offer which will hold good until
October 8th
Tip to and including this date they will treat
all patients who apply to them at their office
rooms 302 803 304 Dooly PO building
FUSE TOIl THE TERM OF TWO WEEKS FUR
NJSniNB ALL WHO APPLY WITH AH MEDICINES
AND ADVICE ron THIS LENGTH OF TIME ABSO
IiTJTEIiT WITHOUT COST This Offer IS abSO
lutely unreserved and entirely straichtfor
ward and is made simply for the purpose men
tioned chore of introducing themselves and
their methods to the people of this vicinity It
is not at all like offers thrt are sometimes made
by advertisers who advertise free treatment
and then charge for the medicine or advertise
free medicines and then charge for the treat
ment but means just what it says and nothing
else Drs Mansfield and Blssott will posi
tively treat and furnish medicines free for
two weeks to all who apply on or before Oct 8th
It Is their way of introducing their metods and
JO OIE EITHER RICH OB POOR HEED HAVE THE
SLIGHTEST HESITATION OF AVAILING THEM
SELVES OF THIS OFFER
Always With a Cold
Instance of James Cullin Who Suffered for
Twenty Tears with Catarrh a nd tit
Result Under the Treatment of
Drs Mansfield and Asso
ciates
Denier Times 1
After a case of Catarrh has been neglected
for a long time the patient suffers from a weak
stomach and has all the symptoms of gradual
dissolution The heart fails to beat regularly
and there is a giddiness a sort of a whirling
sensation in the head when rising suddenly
The bowels become costive the skin is dry and
hot at times the blood becomes thick and
c iiitfr
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3Ir James Cullin 4GG Santa Xe Street
Denver Cob
stagnant the whites of the eyes become tinged
with yellow the kidney secretions become
scanty and high colored depositing a sedi
ment after standing a short time There is
frequently spitting np of the food sometimes
wlm a sweetish taste This is attended with
palpitation of the heart and asthmatic symp
toms
Catarrh always begins with a cold Its
developments arc rapid and malignant And
when it is once established in the system
regular and systematic treatment by a trained
specialist is required to erradicate it
The case of James Cullin is one in point He
resides at 466 Santa Fe street this city and in
conversation with the writer relates the fol I
lowing
About twenty years ago I contracted a serl
one cold I gave it no attention at the time
and it soon developed into a case of catarrh
which became chronlj
My symptoms continued year after year
about the same At times I would seem bette
and at others worse I cannot remember of
ever being free from colds All the painful
symptoms of this dread disease were present
I suffered greatly from severe headaches that
attacked me in the back of my head and over
the eyes These would last for days and days
at a time I felt a whirling sensation in my
head causing me to reel and stagger roar
ing and buzzing noises in my curs my hearing
became affected My nasal passages became
stopped up first one side and then the other
My throat was so sore and raw from matter
dropping into it and the hawking and spitting
necessary to remove it that I could scarcely
swallow I had severe and constant pains in
my back and under the left shoulder blade
There was a continuous and copious discharge
from the nose most unpleasant at all times
and repulsive to myself and those who came in
contact with me
4I could not sleep at night And upon arls
lag in the morning I would feel all tired out
My days and nights were of misery and pain
I tried a number of remedies recommended to
lief mo but none of them gave me the slightest re
I began to read the advertisements of Drs
Mansfield and associates and being struck by
the remarkable cures effected and by the
modesty of the terms I decided to try their
treatment I did so and am pleased to say that
I began improve from the first And the im
pnnemeai line Kept on uniu many i reel like a
well man
I cannot too highly recommend Drs Mans
field and associates to anyone suffering from
catarrh I shall advise all my friends hereafter
not to waste their time nor their money on
patent medicines or devices for curing catarrh
but to place themselves at once in the hands of
these specialists for they know oil about the
treatment of the diseases that they claim as
their specialties
KEMEMBER YOU RECEIVE TWO WEEKS THEE
TREATMENT AND FREE MEDICINE IF YOU
APPLY BEFORE OCT 8
THEIR CREDENTIALS
Dr T B Mansfield is a uraduate of the Ohio
Medical College Cincinnati one of tho oldest
and most notable Institutlods of its kind in this
country Ho has held the most honorable posi
tions in his class whilst at college and his
diploma bear the written endorsements of the
deans f of prominent L medical colleges besides
UCUJK iuriuuuy euuorseu oy toe secretaries of
various county and state medical societies
Dr J A Blssott is a graduate of tho
Woostoj University of Wooster Ohio and of
the Queens University Medical School A
British Institution and he also took a course
of cliniclo lectures at the Bellevue Hospital of
New York Both gentlemen after thorough
hospital experience have devoted their lives
to tho practice of their specialties with what
success the dally papers will show
Drs Mansfield and Bissett are PERMANENTLY
located in Salt Lake City PERMANENTLY
RESPONSIBILITY and SKILL form tho basis of
every claim they make
Tho name choses for our institute is not done
to misguide anyone and stands without any
religious or political meaning It being the
intention of Drs Mansfield and Bissett to
make Its reputation equal to Its name The
Zion Medical Institute
Located Permanently at Rooms 302 303
304 Dooly P 0 Building Salt Lake
City Utah
T B Mansfield M D
J A Bissctt M D
Consulting Physicians
Specialties All diseases of the Eye Ear
Nose Throat and Lungs All Chronic Dis
eases I
Office hours 0 to 11 aTn 2 to 5 pm 7108 j
pm Sundays liam to 1 p m
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Union Pacific
SYSTEM
THE THROUGH
CAB LINE
TRAINS ARRIVE AND DEPART AT SAVT LAKE
CITY DAILY AS FOLLOWS
Effective September 11 1893
ARRIVE
From all points east nuuh 300 11 m
From Butte Portland San Fran
Cisco Cache Valley and OgdenlOoo a m
From all points east Part City and
Ogden ll50am
From San Franohco Ogden and Inter
mediate points u 7SDp in
tFrom Milford Jim Provo Sanpete
Valley and Eureka u GIO p m
From terminus and Tooeie 400 p m
DEPART
For Ogden Intermediate points Sax
Francisco Park City and all points
East 75a a m
For Ogden and intermediate points 400 p m
For Ogden Intermediate points and ail
points Enstn 630p m
For Ogden Butte Helena Portland
Cache Valley and San l < ranci co Bpia
For Eureka Provo Sanpete Valley
Nephl Juab and Frcon 800am
For Tooelo nnd Terminus uu r43am
Run cnly on Monday Wednesday and Friday
Trains south of Juab runihree times a week
only leaving JnaL Monday Wednesday and
Friday ana leave Frisco Tuesday Thursday
and Saturday
For time of Garfield Beach trains BOO special
local advertisement
CITY TICKET OFFICE 201 MAIN ST
D E IURLEY
Gel Agt Passsrr Dept
E HCKINSON E L LOMAX
Gen Manager G P t I Agt
C Colorado r M1and l n
RAILWAY
Office of General Passenger
Agent
Additional Cripple Creek Service
Commencing May 1st the Colorado Midland
Railway will put on and run daily thereafer
additional uburban trains to accommodate
Cripple Creek and Florissant business aa
follows
WESTBOUND EASTBOUND
Lv Colorado Springs Lv Florlssnt 1040 am
810 ain Lv Divide 1110 am
Arrive Divide 985 am Ar Woodland Prk
Arrive Florissant 1130 am
1003 am Lv Woodland Park
1150 a m
AT Colo Spgs 100 p m
Ar Pueblo 530 pm
Ar Denver 600 pm
This arran melt gives a convenient and
rapid urvios late aaa out of Cripple Greek I
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TbrO8 Trains Daily
Securb your tickets and
sleeping car accommodations
at Rio Grande Western Rail
way office 15 West Second
South street
W F McMillan G nJI At
Rio Grande
WESTERJ
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IN EFFECT OULY 30 1893
= = LEAVE SALT LAkE = = =
No 2 For Blngham Wasatch
ProTO Grand Junction and all
points east S 03am
No 4For Provo Grand Junction
and all points east 750nm
No 6For Eureka and Sanpota 400 pm
No 3ForOgden and the wflllt1l59pm
No IFor Ogden and the vest 1115am
5EE ARRIVES SALT LAKE = =
No IFrom Eureka Provo Grand
Junction and the cast 1105am
No 3From Provo Grand Junction
andthe east 1150pm
No 7Front ProvoPayson Eureka
and Silver City 1000am
No S FromWasatcbBmgham and
Sanpete G 40p m
No 2From Ogden and the west 755 are
No 4Fro Ogden and the west 740pm
Only line running through Pullman palace
sleeping oars Salt Lake to Sen Francisco Salt
Lake to Denver via Grand Junction and Salt
Lake to Kansas City and Chicago via Colorado
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