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THE SALT LAKE HERALD FRIDAY MARCH 11 1898 11 5
NEWS J IVERY SCARCE
Wires Not Burdened With Stories of
Union Pacific
NOFURTHER DETAILS HERE
PRESIDENT CARE INTIMATES
THAT IT IS ALL A FAKE
Union Pacific > > Coal Companys Prop
erty Passes > > From the Hands of
the Deceivers Back to the Com
pany Officials Visit Coalville and
Park > > CityCanadian Pacific Will
Not Cut the Rates Across the Con
tinent Any Further Other Rail
road News
Contrary to all expectations the dis
patches yesterday did not teem with the
details of the transaction which is re
ported to have been made by which he
Union Pacific assumes control of the Ore
gon Short Line and the Oregon Railway
Navigation companys lines Business
was being transacted at the Short Line
offices yesterday by the officials of that
road and no mental perturbation was
manifested by any one from the general
manager o the office boys
It was expected that the dispatches
would beburdened with Information from
Omaha containing all the details ot the
deal but the afternoon run was barren
of results and those who were hoping
for additional tidings were disappointed
when they bought the evening paper and
found nothing therein except the bare an
nouncement that McKinley whs going to
prepare a message announcing the recog
nition of the independence of the republic
ot Cuba
Inquiry at the several offices elicited
tho statements that no information had
been received concerning the deal al
though itwas Intimated in certain quar
ters that the president of the Short Line
had wired the statement that there was
J h thlnl in the matter at all that the
I Short Line would still continued as an j
Independent road
At > tho Union Pacific offices there was
a feeling of disappointment manifested by
someof the attaches that the change had
not been made It is astonishing how
some of the local men want conditions
changed This too in the face of the
fact that many men would be thrown
out of employment and that their own
salaries would no doubt stand as they are
at present and they would receive no
benefit from any change However the
conditions do not seem to warrant any
jubilation on the one hand or grief upon
the ther It looks as if no segregation
would take place and that the Short Line
will continue as at present
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
New Yorl March 10The Herald to
morrow will say
It has been semiofficially announced
that the Union Pacific has obtained con
trolof a majority of the shares of the
stock of the Oregon Short Line and that
after picking up the Union Pacific Den
ver Gulf for which It is reported to be
negotiating and several other small lines
in the northwest It will practically have
restored its system to its former dimen
sions such as existed before the receiver
ship
There Is trouble ahead for the manage
ment of the reorganization committee of I
the Union Pacific A prominent 1 ulcer of I
the Oregon Short Line in an interview
said that the control of that company
had not passed into the hands of the
Union Pacific and he thought it very
doubtful that it would unless certain
transactions were explained and the
Union Pacific fully settled some traffic
balances that were still due to the Short
Line and which have been Ignored since
the two properties were separated by a
receivership These traffic balances are
alleged to aggregate several hundred
thousand dollars and the amount may
reach more than is expected
Alex E Orr whofor some time has been
a prominent director of the Oregon Short
Line denies that the Union Pacific has
secured control of the smaller road as
has been alleged by some of the Union
Pacific officials Mr Orr is also conected
with the Union Pacific
PERMISSION > > TO FILE
Action Involving the Lands of the
Northern Pacific
y Milwaukee WIs March 10Judge
Jenkins signed an order today giving the
Oregon Iron and Steel company permis
sion to tile objections to the allied pre
ferred claims of the Northern Pacific Rail
road company and S H Salomon on all
of the lands of the railroad company east
of the Missouri river
The petition sets forth that the lands
described and claimed to be subject to
the preferred claims of the Northern Pa
cific Railroad company and S H Salomon
constitute practically all of the assets
for the payment of the debts so that if
the preferred claims of the company
amsyntlng to about 10000000 and of S j
H srIomon the holder of 400 shares of I
preferred stock were allowed there would
be no money to pay the genjral creditors
It was discovered that the claims of M
S Paton and other Seattle bondholders
of the Seattle Lake Shore Eastern
Railroad company had been quietly
bought up by the Northern Pacific Rail
road company that caused the filing of the
petition today
The petition says that it relied upon the
presentation of the objections of JL S
Paton to the preferred claims to
strengthen its own claim and when it
learned that these claims would probably
not be allowed to the irreparable loss of
the general unsecured creditors It asks
for time In which to make investigations
and to file objections virtually In behalf
of all the unsecured
NO nVEDOLLAR RATE
Canadian Pacific Makes No Further
Cuts
Information was received in this city I I
yesterday to the effect that the Canadian
Pacific and connections had decided to
make the rates from St Paul to Seattle
5 and there was Just a bit of consterna
tion prevailing because It would have
been impossible for the Missouri river
lines to have met the rate unless the
Northern Pacific conceded a point All
lines using the gateways on the Missouri
river have been compelled to route their
business through Portland in order to get
to Seattle and between Portland and the
latter place there Is an arbitrary of rom
demanded by the Northern Pacific Later
In the day came the information that the I
Canadian Pacific denied intending cutting
the rateany further and the agents
breathed easier The matter was con
firmed last evening by the dispatches I
UNION PACIFIC OFFICIALS
They Visit Coalville and Park City
In a Special Car
Coalville March 10The Union Pacific
officials arrived here In a special car to
day the party consisting of General Man
II i
ager Dickinson Superintendents Mallory
and A H King Superintendent of Motive
Power and Machinery J H McConnell
Chief Engineer Bird and Yardmnster
Yeoman The officials visited the Grass
creek coal mines and the mine at Coal
ville This over they made a flying trip
to Park City returning in the evening
And going on eastward
The officials are making a tour of the
road for inspection purposes merely
Park City March 10rhe Union Pacific
officials arrived here at 1130 this monrmg
after an Inspection of the line from Echo
to this place They looked over the prop
erty here and left for the east at noon
SHORT LINE IMPROVEMENTS
Half a Million Feet of New Steel
Track
Special to The Herald
I Pbcatella Ida March 10 During the
months of January and February the
Oregon Short Line laid about 500000 linear
r lu
feet of now 72pound steel rails west of
this place to replace the old 22pound
t rails The work Is being pushed rapidl
and In a Jew months the Short Line
4 tracks will be in better condition than
those of any other western road
UNION PACIFIC COAL
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Its Receivership Terminates Last
Night
Word was received In this city ester
day to the effect that on and after mid
Tfcj Royal is i tho highest grade beting powder
Lnowc Actual tests show it goes one
third further thaI eav other braai
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POWDER
Absolutely Pure
ROYAL CAKING POWCER CO < EW VO1
I night last night the receivership of the
coal properties of the Union Pacific ends
and In future the same will be managed
by the Union Patlflc Coal company The
circular conveying the official intelligence
is on the way and will be here shortly
So in future the business of the com
pany will be done by the corporation it
self and J M Moore the general western
agent here will have full sway as of
old This bit of information will be re
ceived with a great deal of satisfaction
by the many friends of Mr Moore
OGDEN MAN CHOSEN
James Alger Superintendent of the
Oakland Division of theS P
San Francisco March 10James Alger
of Ogden has been selected to be the suc I
cessor of the late A D Wilder as super
intendent of the western division of the
Southern Pacific with headquarters nt
Oakland Mr Algfers placeas superin
tendent of the Salt Lake division will be
I filled by John S Noble now superintend
ent of the Shasta division which will be
mergeddcu Sacramento and Oregon
I division under charge qf > J BfcWnght
and Robert Klpler respectively 1
Superintendent Alger who will take
I charge of the western division in a few
days began his railroad career as a tele
graph operator on the Chicago North
western railway nt Iowa In f7t Jt at
j one time served as brakeman on the Rock
Island line
N K T Withdraws
St Louis March 10 Notice of with
I drawal from thejoint traffic bureau of
the western lines has been given by the
Missouri Kansas Texas Is said
I other lines will follow suit and that the J
bureau will be reorganized at some time 1 I
In the Immediate future The decision of i
the United States supreme court In the
I joint traffic case which Is expected at an
I early date Ci is said to have been the reason
for this action on the part of the M K
I T i i i
I The Influx of Gold i I i
Te Iu I
I iverpooi March IOThe White Star
I stermer Majestic sailed today for New
York via Queenstown having on board
2582500
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New York March 10Ladenburg
I Thalmann Co announce an addition
al engagement of 250000 in gold for
import J and W Sellgman have or i
dered 500000 in gold in Europe for 1m
I
port I i I
I London March 10The White Star
steamer Majestic which left Queens j
town at 1230 p m today for New
II
York took 416IOOIn gold
I
I The Ships
Bremen March 10Arrived Trave
New York
London March 10 Arrived Victo
ria New York Massachusetts New
York Sailed Mobile New York
Queenstown March 10 Sailed Ma
jestic New York
Havre March lo Arrived La Bre
tagne New York Wl
Copenhagen March 10 Sailed Hek
la New York Arrived IslandNew
York
Amsterdam March 10 Sailed Ed
am New York
Marseilles March 0 Arrived Bur
gunda New York
Liverpool March 10 Sailed Waes
land Philadelphia not previously re
ported
I FAMOUS CAVALRY CORPS I
I Men t Whom Fighting I An In I
spiration
In the celebrated corps known as the
I
Guides cavalry esprit do corps Is more
than a word I Is a living part of the
regiment Even the last joined recruit
feels no punishment so deeply as the re
proach You du ai credit to the corps
and mature soldiers in very shame vol
I untarily take their discharge i so ad
dressed by an officer
Illustrative of the high value placed on
personal bravery in the Guides as against
a Babullke knowledge of the drill book
two interesting instances may be men
tioned remarks the Times of India There
was on the lusafzal border a noted free
lance named Fntteh Khan who had a
small following of horsemen as bold and
intrepid as himself Even the gallant and
resourceful Sir Harry Lumsden with his
Guides could not bring this man to book
though oft he tried At last Lumsden
struck on a unique solution of the prob
lem by deciding that he would enlist
Futteh Khan nnrt the whole of his band I
il sh
Accordingly I aa Jle was written
saying that Lumsden had the greatest re
spect for tho braver and daring of Fut
teh Khan and his band that it was a
pity that they and the Guides should con
tinue a bootless feud to the profit of
neither and that he would make Futteh
Khan a Ressalder and take over the
whole band as It stood Futteh accepted
the offer arid he and his men served
with distinction for many years in the
Guides taking part In the historic march
to Delhi and doing yeoman service before
Its walls
The other Incident occurred when Sir
Francis Jenkins was colonel The
Guides with other troops having made
a turning movement dropped down Into
Khyber pass in the rear of All Musjid so
as to cut off the enemys retreat when
the frontal attack should be driven home
Among the first batch of the fugitives to
come up the pass was a squadron of Af
ghan cavalry which making 11 rush for
It managed with some loss to run the
n and get through One man alone
was seen quietly walking his horse In the
wake of tho fugitives and defiantly wav
ing his sword in the face of the heavy
lire of S rifles How he came not to be
hit was a marvel but Sfr Francis Imme
diately ordered the cease fire to sound
Ihe colloquy which ensued was delight
fully unique Who are you said the
colonel I am Sultan Jan KazIIbash
and I dont care a box of grapes for you
und your whole army You are a
monstrously brave man anyway said
the colonel will you enlist in my regi
ment Yes I will said Sultan Jan
for I have heard of you and the Guides
as brave warriors And enlisted he was
on the spot made a duffadar there and
then and afterward ser d with distinc
tion throughout the campaign At the
end of two years when the war was over
he went to his colonel and said I am t
man of war and cannot face all the drill
and monotony of an Indian cantonment
in peace time With your highness per
mission I will now take my dlscharsre
And away he went a free lance born and
as such determined to die
REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR
Now York Press There werent any
such things as telephones In Jobs day
A monkeys foot always reminds you ot
a Louis Quinze shoe after Its off
A man can always tel by tho way his
wife calls him downstairs whether there
is company in the parlor
The only reason why a girl acts asham
ed when she kisses a man is because she
thinks he would if she didnt
When a roan takes I girl to a depart
ment store It keeps him busy all the Um
trying to look in some other direction
When a man wants to make an eternal
friend of a woman he says he has always
believed that a womans instinct is su
perior to a mans reason
A Reproof Eden
New York Press Infant School Teach
er What did the Lord say when he found
Adam had eaten the apple
Little Dorothy He said Adam t Im
sprised at you Didnt muvver teach
you any better
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Mr Medina Says I IsToo Early t Talk Politics Yet
I Hon A W McCune has returned I I
I from his trip to Europe which has
covered a period of six months He 1
will remain in this city for a time at
tending to some important business
matters He was accompanied by his
wife
During his visit abroad Mr JJcCune
has visited England France and Italy i
His family has lived in England for a
year He states that while he was In
France there was considerable talk of
war between the United States and
Spain and that while he heard but lI I
tie talk concerning the matter except i
from the people with whom he engaged i
In the ordinary conversations of life
the sympathies of those were apparent i
ly with this nation j
Mr McOune ad he would take pos I
session cf the Gardo house as soon as j
convenient He presumed there would I
have to be some money expended on I
the same in the matter of refitting and
r I repairing but this was something he I
could not determine until he had looked j
I over the property I
JAPAN GAVE WARNING
What She Will Do I Russia Retains
Port Arthur
THE TRIPLE ALLIANCE
UNITED STATES BRITAIN AiD
JAPAN UNG
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London Press Strongly Urges Gov
ernment to Keep Pace With Rus
sia King of Corea Pleads For De
lay From Russia Extraordinary
Disbursements By Russia
London March 11The Horning
Chronicle says it learns that Japan
has warned Russia that if the latter re
tains Port Arthur Japan will retain
WeiKalWei and the islands adjacent
The same paper says the Japanese
admiralty has ordered the menofwar
building abrcad to be hurried and it
denies the report that Japan will sell
the cruisers now building at Philadel
phia and San Francisco
llr Curzon announced in the com
mons that the British ambassador at
St Petersburg had conflrmed the re
port that Russia was negotiating for
the lease of Port Arthur and TaLien
Wan for the same period and under
the same conditions as granted to Ger
many in the case of KiaoChou and
that Russia was also negotiating for
the right to construct a railroad from
Pptuna on the trans Manchurian line
to Kwang Chung Tsu Aukden and
Port Arthur but Mr Curzon explained
Russia did not demand sovereign
rights nor had she threatened to move
troops into Manchuria in the event of
China noncompliance with her de
mands
Mr Curzon also denied that Russia
and France had protested against the
AngloGerman lean to China
KEEP PACE WITH RUSSIA
The moring papers all urge the gov
ernment to keep pace with Russia hut
no alarm is expressed since I will take
Russia years to build the new vessels
The Standard says Russias ac
ton is probably directed as much
against Germany and Japan as against
England and it might perhaps become
necessary for the government to as
sert its rights at preemption over
ships now building in England for for
eign governments but only as a last
resource
I would be prudent however to fit
out the old battleships which are
sound in hull
The Times says The speech of the
first lord of the admiralty Mr
Goschon Is not the sort of language
British ministers lightly use We
understand it at home and hope it
will be understood abroad
With reference to the Russian
rescript the Time says The whole
balance of free funds in the treasury
would not thus suddenly be appro
priated leaving the equilibriumof the
budget to the chances of the uncer
tain future without serious cause
The New York correspondent of the I
Dally Telegraph says
I have it on the highest authority I
that a triple alliance between Great I
Britain the United States aijd Japan
is pending
PLEADS FOR DELAY
Yokohama March HIn reply to
lprch
the recent complaint by M Schpever II
the Russian charge daffaires at Seoul
to the kins of Corea that the Corcan i
officials displayed disfavor toward M
Alexcift the Russian representatives
h1 the customs and the Russian mili
tary instructors and to his demand for
an answer within 24 hour as to
whether the king wished to retain
their services the king asked Russia
for three days delay
daS a Yesterday the
cabinet met at Seoul discussed the
demand arid decided to answer that
the rovernmcnt wished the release of
o
He was asked l if he had heard any
thing concerning silver while 1m was I 1
abroad and declared there was but
little talk in that direction the people
being mostly interested right now in
war news The Chinese matter and
African troubles were keeping the Eng
lish busy and silver was not attracting j j
the attention i did t
atenton
Askeci concerning his probable action I
in politics this fall he said he had not
nale up bin mind what ra would do I
in the matter as yet I was too early I
to talk politics at this time I j
Mr McCune will be busy today i
there being two meetings In which he I
1
is interested the power company and I
the street railway company Mr Hoge i
who came with him is interested in
these enterprises and as he has but
one day to stay here th6 business will
12 ccmpleted as soon as possible
Mr Vivian MWCune came across in
the fame steamer with his wife but
Is In New York 11 He was sick all
the way across the Atlantic and Is in
poor recover health shortly still although he hopes to
I 1 the drill instructors and of M
I Alexieff
The acting foreign minister contend
I ing that the national Integrity of Corea I
was only possible with Russias assist
I ance dissented from this decision and
resigned r
EXTRAORDINARY DISBURSE
MENT
St Petersburg March 10An im
perial ukase just Issued orders the dis
bursement of 90000000 roubles as ex
traordinary expenditure for the con > I
struction of warships Id is added
that the money no loan will be raised to provide I i
In official calculations according to
the statesmans year book 640 roubles i
are considered equivalent to he Brit I
ish pound sterling
FERTILE COUNTRY OPENED
Shanghai March IOAn English j
steamer has successfully ascended the
YaagTse rapids a far asChung King j
province of Sze Chwen at the juncture
of the Kia Lin Kiang with the Yang i
Tse thus opening to navigation the
most fertile tract of the YangTse val I
ley
The Chinese authorities have an I
I nounced their Intention to remove all
obstacles with dynamite
I THEN GOD HELP TJS
Ejacul ion of British Statesman
Speaking of Falsa Economy
I London March 10The first lord of
the admiralty the Hon George J
Goschen in presenting the naval es
timates to the house of commons to
day deplored the recent industrial
struggles and appealed for an Increase
of pay for the British seamen of the
merchant marine saying that I from
false economy or impossible conditions
on either side British sailors and ships
were ousted by foreigners then God
help as He concluded
I peace shall again reign in our
centers of industry and if i the nation
that calls herself mistress of the sea
reasserts hersalf by a increase of mer
chant seamen then the nation may I
look forward in confidence that J there
be peace it will be peace with honor I
but If war which God forbid It must I
be war crowned with victory Pro I
longed cheers I
I is reported In the lobbies this even
ing that the Russian imperial ukase
ordering the disbursement of yOOtOOUO I
roubles as extraordinary exnendltur i
for the construction of warships will
cause the government to make a con I
siderable Increase in the naval esti
mates
BOMBAY HOW QUIET
Evidence Showing Europeans Had a
Narrow Escape
Bombay March 10Thls city Is quiet
today The only soldiers killed were
two men of the Shropshire regiment
who were lied while out walking
without arms Plague Inspector Dawes
was accidentally shot In view of the
many symptoms of dissatisfaction the
plague committee Is I much criticised for
leaving the searchers defenseless es
pecially when it was known that the
A PURE CRAP CHCAM OF TARTAR POIVSCR
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Highost Honors Worlds Fair I
Gold Alcdal Aiidwintcr Fair
visitations were bitterly resented bFI
the natives
Search parties examined all the
houses in the riot district today They
found 23 persons suffering from the
plague and some rioters
The authorities believe that the heads
of the Jului committee instigated the
riot for other than plague reasons It
understood that a general rising and
murder of Europeans was originally
projected for tomorrow The town is
now quiet but the patrolling continues
PHILIPPINE REVOLT
PHIFIE
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Report of the Uprising I Confirmed
at Madrid
London March HThe Hong Kong j
correspondent or the Daily Mail sa s I
it Is I reported that the Philippine rebel j
have captured Bollnla near Manila j I
The land telegraph lines connecting i
Marila with the cable at Bollnfx hav I
been cut According to the same con 1
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respondent I the British cruiser I Edgar I
will start for Manila this Friday
morning I
Madrid March 10The report of a I
rising at Bollnla near Manila Philip
pine Islands Is confirmed officially A j
portion of the garrison has been at
tacked but no one has been killed
TROUBLOUS TIMES AHEAD I
Doe Krugers Pessimistic Views of I
the Times
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Pretoria March 10The prospect
that England may become involved
with European powers is eagerly dis j
cussed here
During the debate In the volksraad
for the cold I
today over the scheme I
storage of meat President Kruger
supporting the project said
There are troublesome times ahead j
and he pointed out that the Transvaal
is now depending upon foreign coun j
tries for provisions iI I
t I
Great Indian Harvest I
London March nThe Calcutta
correspondent of the Times says
Experts estimate that 1000000 tons I
of wheat will be exported from Cawn
pore Wheat for April delivery Is sell
Ing at three rupees six annas per SO
pounds against an average rate in past
year of two rupees 1 annas No such I
price was ever touched before and the
cultivators will benefit greatly
Last Dreyfus Sensation
I Paris March 10A sensation has
been caused by the announcement that
Count Ferdinand Wnlsln Esterhazy on
the advice of his counsel has aban
doned his prosecution of M Mathieu
Dreyfus brother of the illfated pris
oner on Devils island for defamation
In accusing him of having written the
bordereau
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Resented By the Pole
I Berlin March iODuring todays
session o the diet Delegate Gerlach j I
I Conservative referred 4 the Polish
agitation In Prussia as the creeping Ii
poison of treason As a consequence
Delegate Heverard a Pole has chal I
lenged Delegate Gerlach to a duel
I The latter has accepted I
I HULEVILLES INDUSTRY
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Prosperity Had Struck the Town and
i Times Were God
Atlanta Journal He was seated on a
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pine box In front of the only store in
JIuIeville a hamlet in the Georgia moun
I tains He looked up lazily at the stranger
from the north and answered his creel
ing with a halfuttered
Hi
I You have a very atractive place here
i remarked the visitor
I Yep puny fair
I nice Looks town as If It ought to grow Into a
I Shss Sorter makin ov a start TJster
he r 1trt and onenterprisin
though
I Indeed
Yep wouldnt pull together fer nuth
I In n
I You dont say
I Two years ago we started a tanyard
over thar on the crick but tho Boone
boys stole all the hides the first night an
I busted hit up Then we started a skule in
i ttd A J
ps 6 ea
Tobe Millers barn but before anybody
took any notlss ov what wur transplrln
I the boys had dun rid the teacher on a
I rail an run him outen tho county After
awhile we commenced a dcbatln siety
but the Whitecaps cum along and shot
all the lights outen the Winders This
had a mighty kerflumisln feet on the
kermunity an hit begin to look lak SIulc
I vlllo war a dead town but sum ov our
f f tht I
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enterprlsjn citizens went to work an op
ened a moonshine licker still an a slung
shot factry combined an the thing wur
a howlln success from the Jump Every
body most peared to take er interest in
I hit an in less than a week hit wur havln
I the nanlmous support of the entire beat
I lesser stranger the juice amlslung fac
tory air the redeemin industry ov Mule
rule
The Return of Desserts
New York World Sunday School
Teacher Now Tommy why do we cele
brate Easter
Tommy Cause we dont have to fast
no more after that
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Philadelphia
Now York Press Little Girl Mamma
Ive lost my dolly
MotherRun out in the street and
search in the tall crass
GI < 0
I THe comptroller of the currency has
appointed John IL Hanna of Denver re
ceiver of the Cheyenne National bank of
Cheyenne in place of J AV Foster
IN BE HOSPITAL FUND
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
United States for the district of Nebraska I
Ollvr Ames 2nd et ul i complainants I
vs The Union Pacific Railway I company
af ledi nfcI h I
I et al defendants Publication order on
i receivers petition I l in re hospital fund i
dated February 10 lS and upon the pe
tition of J F Weybright and others filed
herein December SO 1S3T
On reading the petition of the receivers
and that of J F Weybright and others
relative to the hospital fund
It Is ordered that all persons who have
or claim to have any Interest In or lien
upon any of the hospital department
funds or property In the possession of
the receivers in this suit file verified
statements of the nature and particulars
of such claim or interest with William D
Cornish special master at Omaha in the
state of Nebraska on or before the first
day of May lOS J and that If I any such per
sons fall so to do each of them so failing
shall be barred from sharing in the bens
fits of the moneys or proceeds of the prop
erty of raid hospital department that are
now or shall hereafter come Into the
hands of said receivers or their successor
Notice and service of this order shall
be made by publication thereof forthwith
once In eacn week for four successive
weeks In newspapers of general circula
tion one of which shall be published In
I each of the following cities Omaha Ne
I braska Kansas City Missouri Topeka
Kansas enver Colorado Cheyenne
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I Wyoming Salt Lake City Utah Bois
mi3 uk intap r9 i
City Idaho Butte Montana Portland
Oregon St bench Missouri
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A copy of this order shall be served
within thirty days upon The Union Pacific
Railway company upon Sage Gould
trustees of the first mortgage of the Den
ver Pacific Railway lel graph company
Sago Uould trustees of the Kansas Pa
cific Railway companys consolidated
mortgage Jpon John A Stewart and
William Emllcott jr trustees of the
mortgages commonly known as the Den
ver extension mortgages of the Kansas
Pacific Railway company upon the Mer
cantile Trust company trustee of the
mortgage of the Union Pacific Railway
company dated May 1 mil upon Dexter I
Atkins a Lane trustees undr a deed
dated November 7 l
Each of tho parties whose names have I
been mentioned may answer the petitions
recited herein on or before the 18th day of
April IsIS and petitioners may reply
thereto within fifteen days thereafter I j
Each of the parties to this suit and any I
party vlio files his claim In accordance i
with this order may answer either of said
i
pjtltlons or the olalm I of any other party 1
her Unde = by filing his answer or objec
tion with the special master within thirty
days after the first day of May 1SOS
AH persons entitled to receive caro from
the said hospital fund may obtain th >
same until May 1 35but not thereafter
All claims upon this fund arc hereby I
referred to fhe special master to hear
determine and report
I Signed WALTER H SANBORN
Circuit Judge
Dated February 11 1SOS I
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Your
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your System
with blood made pure by tak
ing Hoods SftKsapnriHa Thn you
will have nerve mental bodily and
gi1 the pig
digestive strength Then you need not
fear disease because your system will
readily resist Scrofulous tendencies
and attacks of illness Then ou will
know the absolute intrinsic merit of
Hood
saparHla Tho Best
Spring Medi
cine and Blood Purifier Si six for S31rcpared
only by C I Hood Co Lowell Mass
J FVI1 act easily promptly and
S Pills effectively 3 cculs
Tie Reessler Basslacher Chemical
I
fc CYANIDE
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PEROXIDE
ti OF SODIUM
4 CHEMISTs And all other
r Mining Chemicals
I 100 WUlam St
Trade Mart NEW YORK
Tnt IATf BANK OF UTAH
Cor ram and South Temple streets
SALT LAKE CITY
HEBER J GRANT President
VM B PRESTON VlcePresldent
HEBER M WELLS Cashier
CHAS S BURTON Asst Cashier
Directors
Heber J Grant Isaac Barton
William E Preston Charles S Burton
Joseph F Smith Philo T Farnsworth
Het > er M Wells Spencer Clawson
A W Carlson
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Accounts Solicited
Special attention to country trade
Correspondence Invited
KEEP HONEY AT HOME BY
INSURING WITH
L > n Wa WilSON COB
FIRE COMPANIES
QUEEN INSURANCE CO
INS CO OF N A
+
CONNECTICUT INS CO
AMERICAN CENTRAL INS CO
N Y UNDERWRITERS
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO
LOSSES PAID PROMPTLY
52 West Second South
TELEPHONE 230
NOBBY
311118
FOR THE
flflvc
IJU R
An example of fine tailoring ex
clusively for boys is to be seen in our
Spring Stock of Boys Clothingone
glance will convince you such goods
tailored the way these are have never
been offered at such low prices as
these We start them at 150 the
suit good ones tea made roofer
style ages 3 to Sand regular double
breasted style ages 9 to 15neat
patternsat 250 We can give you
an all wool suit as good as any 350
suit you ever saw then we have
them at 300 350 S400 450
500 600 and 750 also novelties
in vestee suits for the little fellows of
3 to 8 at same prices
> 0
OUR KEENS sirrr SALE is STILL
ON WERE OFFERING SOME
GREAT BARGAINS
ONE PRICE
J P GARDNER
136138 Main Street
HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW
SHIRT WAISTS FOR BOYS
Established 151
1W I Offices
Tile Oldest And Largest
R o Ut tOo
The Mercantile Agency
GEORGE OSMOND General Manager
Utah and Idaho Offices la Pro rtdJ
Betiding Gait Lake City
WMMEfiHAl r ATEOM1 J l BANK
CAPITAL PAID IN 200000
General Ranking In All Its Branches
Directors Dr Theodore ileycr John J
Dtly O J Salisbury Moyian C Fox
Thomas Marshall W 1 Noble Georg
M Downy Joan DounclUa riweU
B6m n
m R tGi C o
BANKERS
GA1T LAKH CITY CTAH
ESTABLISHED 1S3
transact a General Banking Business
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1REGON SHORT LIRE
Trains arrive and depart at Salt Lake
City daily as follows
in Kffect March 5 ISiS
ARRIVE
From Chicago omoja a Louis
Ivansaa City Denver Part
City and Ogden 3JBpra
From Helena Butte Portland
Son Francisco Ozden and tn
mediate points S53am
From San Francisco Cacao Vai
Icy Ogden and interinedlata
points 713 PCJ
From Chicago Omaha St Louis
Kansas City Denver and Gar
den 339 VA
From Frisco MilTonl and Inter
mediate points 9254 3
From llexur Tintic Prove Ne
pal Sanpete Vailey and inter
mediate points 629p3a
tot
Mixed train tsrrjm Terminus
Tocela and Garfield Beach 408 pm
For Colcaga DEPART Omaha Denver
Kansas City St Louis Ogdoa
ana Park City 709 ua
For t > a1 Francisco Ogden
I Cache Valley anti Intermediate
I points S00afc
For Ogden Denver Kansas City
I Omaha St Louts Ctlcago ttnd
Intermediate points 2i
For Ogden > Butt Helena Port
land and San Francisco 813 pia
For Eureka Mercur Provo
FoP b Sanpets aVUey 730 aja
For Provo Nepal lilford
Jrlsco and lnterme < liate points CM pm
Mixed train for Garfield Beach
Tooele and Terminus 743 s ms
faanday Trains south to Juab run dally excep
Daily except Sunday
CITY TICKET OFFICE Under SlasoalU
Hail No 00 West Second South street
Telepbonb No S50
Kailtxiad and Steamship Tickets oa oaK
to all parts of the world
Pullman Palace Car ticket offlca
8 W ECCLES D 2 BURLEY
Gea Trt Mgr Gen Pass t Ticket Ajt
W H BANCROFT
Vice Prea and Gen 2 gr
Current Time Table
IN EFFECT KAHCK 5th 1898
GREAT
SALT LAKE
ROUTE
I
LEAVE SALT LAXE CITE
No 2For Provo Grand Junc
tion and all points east S15 a m
No 4For Provo Gran3 Junc
tion and all points east 118 Po
No CFor Bingham Lehl Provo
Mt Pleasant Manti Rich
field Belknap all intermedIate
points 800 anc
No8For Eureka Payson
Provo and all Intermediate
points 500 pD
No 3For Ogden and West 910 pm
No IFor Ogden and WetU3 poo
No 42For Park City and inter p
mediate points O p m
ARRIVE SALT LAME CITY t
No 1 From Blngnam Provo
Grand Junction and th3 EaU Po =
No S Froai Provo Grand
Junction and East 305 Pom
Vo 6 From Prcvo Blngnam
Eureka Belknap Richfield
ilrifltl and a intermediate
polats 525213
No 2 From Ogden and the pm
West P S33 am
No 4 From Ogden and tne
West 7 pia
No 7 From Eureka Paysoa
and all intermediate
Provo
Pvo Id el intermediatea
point 1000 a m
No 41 From Park City and In
termediate points 950 am
Only lice running through Pullraaa
rb
Palace Sleeping Cars from Salt Lake
City to San Francisco and Portland Sat
Lake City to Denver via Grand Junction
Lke Salt Lake City to Kansas City and
Chicago via Colorado points
Through tourist or family sleepers wt
out change t Kansas City Chicago ana
Boston
Bston to Denver reclining chair cars Salt Lake City
Street Ticket PostorHce Office No Corner 103 West Second South
D C DODGE S l BABCOCK
Vice Pres Gen Mgr Traffic Msr
J A WADLEIGH Gen Pass Acsat
TH
PEOPLE 8
rwis FAVORTE
S lcro
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY
The Overland Limited roe
Cnicago St Paul St Louis
Omaha Kansas City JJenver IOO am
he Fast MaU fO Chicago
fit Louis Omaha Kansas City
and Denver u G
ARRIVE SALT LAKE CITY
The Overlan Limited from
Chicago St Louis Om
Ch
Kansas City Denver 310 pm
I Tha Fast Mall from Chicago
tit Paul St Louis Omaha
1a1saa city and DenT 339ais
City Ticket Office 201 Main Street
Telephone No 663
I M CLAY Gen Agent
1
NEW SERVICE
CHICAGO SPECIAL
FAT THUS
5
On and after March 6th daily
service will be established leaving
Denver at 930 a m arriving L
coln 1030 p m Omaha 1155 p m
Chicago 215 p m following day
Only one night on the road
Pullman Vestihuled Sleepers Din
ing and Free Reclining Chair Cars
This train makes direct connections
Ths maes dect connecton
with all trains from points on the Or
egon Short Line and Rio Grande
Western Railways for Chicago and
all eastern points
Bo sure your tickets read via the
Burlington Route from Denver
I A BENTON Ticket Agent
R G W Ry Dooly Block
R F NESLEN
Traveling Pass and Freight Agt
W F MIN Gina Agent
214 South West Tomple Street Ore
gon Short Line Building Salt Lake
City Utah
T R JONES CO
BAN KE R S
SALT LAKH CITY TTAH

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