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   Salt Lake Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - January 31, 1882, Salt Lake City, Utah                                WIKTOCK DMITISM Over runtrmen All worn Lnown Con QimCjjii ifrtWM ana JWUIKT O Kther omL ca But Laloi IIOU i rtRI till til 1 J L D f HW jnCIIOLS CAKrBJWZK AHI BaHdar Having practical espert nr line for mwy 1 preuarj to ilvo on all kinds v Uuudl3KB Wfll faraMt JSjevallona atd rioetlons Kontn onehalf block of Hallway track t O Box TVS 7IRKD O SOCTI J street Grapen LeE oiler CiUifcrnU and Tropical ruJU cSffifiS CAMot rV Meet oyster nlicnt on diamond collections and sold CmlruM eonndMiltal Ai onreddMOBd sold M wry Office Ciodboli limit ore i O Box DRW B BEAKLKS OCUU8T AND City Utnh OfflM JUIn etrwt Jllocknoxt lo A Arm hoirii10 to I 2 6 D TO MO taaMA nold finrt rniniDB iw for j C E door north of Jtarrnt Brw V l Bui Scrip TriSATKE confocted o I K HAIIPEIIHAS KKMOVBD TO 1 8Mth fitrwt will ketrpd fall tij M frenB frtlUn pocltrv and to he attention or DIG pa WJ PUIC WnOLKSALB AND HE 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roocs at vh Octonon corner of M Bunt and ad Sonto Torma KKWT WITUOOT BOARD 1 for fflntlomin and wlio or iwo Nloo localloo Apply at thm onco UKST 0NTK TIIS FIIUT OF furnlshod room with hoar 1 A fow nvll boarders S Konr doors f CoiKMgatlonal luKJ LOST r OST BUNCH or KSTS ON KINO 1J lenvii at IMo D1 STORM AT MVrttwa pwi U Chullls and oao nt Uonnnia City Iduao A sood chanoi for physician Ailtlrons A Ohailii Idaho or Moore Sail FtTTINO PATTZItSJ Xrt K 0 iaoAifH Salt Atit Drat Stoat UM ot full Wlntnr slflw Tno I DTWS Kaiirfor of sump for II HAM Halt Under Wear Hosiery Fine Hats Fortune Telling of Third rtonth nwet ww side mM HENRY R WEILS AGKXCT 41 Second Sontb of Fwtofflcc salt ijJ Cltj fOX COOIKITS FAX1LT FLOOR HIOIIKST CASE PRICKS PAfI FOR OrMn SoltoKr for JlyrlCt Jonos HcntJ f O Bo glOCKUOUUKtS M Ilt ASSUAt JlKETrSG OF STOCic lintrtHs of ttio ComtttocJc Mlninjt Com tho of London ou Moudiy t f Tho Arrest of Lieutenant McDonald and ionniiaml liy Mexicans A Capital Journal on the Evils of Unrestricted Mongo lian Immigration With luterestlug Interview ExSecretary of BJaine The Clillflun Row Jan Is still much concern felt by the the President and Secretary of State over tbe Immedl ate result of Trcscotts action In South America Lp to yesterday no replies were received from him acknowledging the receipt of two telegrams of Jan 3d and 4th and which were dispatched by way of Europe and which were designed to show ulrn a complete change of policy had adopted by the President These tejegraius were sent as most urgent matter and overy precaution taken to In jure their prompt forwarding and de tvery The daytt iucceedlng the sendlni of these iclegramn were of graro anxiety At the end of the fourth day no reply having aeen received the Secretary of State sought a personal Interview wllh the Chilian Minister hero to Imprcus upon ilm In an Informal talk that the Presi dent had no policy In regard to the pend ng troubles between Chill und Peru be yond a desire to exercise tho good ofllccs of the United States Impartially and In a nOBt friendly spirit toward both Nations and solely for the purpose of about peace Both the President and iecrctary of State after carefully cxatnln nglnslrucllons to Trcscott were lie pressed with Iho belief tbat If they were xeculcd In llio temper In which they arc written wo were on the threshold of war with Chill They further believed only jy prompt and decided action couM rouble bo averted The frank confer ince with tho Chilian Minister was fur he purpose of adding greater certainty 0 desire as evidence of tbo first stage of rouble Tbo anxiety now Is cst Trescott before he receives he new advices senthltn may have Ukot ho llrst Instructions which will lead to an open rupture of dlplomallc Sf rlous results of such a misfortune havo leen In some degree escaped It Is bu tho wide publication of this Jovernmonts real motive of purpose us hown in the recent Instructions and by ho confrrcnco with tho Chilian Minister t which a good understanding was euched Tho President would In any vent have made Known his change In ollcy but It was felt It would be much ess embarrassing to announce It before rouble had actually arisen and grown lubllcly known It Is not yet certain hot tho dllllcuUIos liavo not already risen us portions of TrescottH Inst dls alch tot fully deciphered are of a char cter to erealo much uneasiness and hero will be a great relief here when It eeomes officially known Trcscott has re elvedund begun to act under Ills now niitrucllons A Siniill How With JIoxlo WASHINGTON War Depart tent has received olllclul Inforinallon oncernlng the Imprisonment ofLelutcn nt D N McDonald and rcouls at Ascen lon Mexico by orders of Mexican troops roiu which It appears lhat McDonalds ctlon In crossing tho frontier was unau lorlzcd and that ho was ordered back by olonel McKcnziu Itoth Uolono Me onzle and General Pope commanding He Department of theMissouri say Me onald Is a bravo officer ond ho did not ntontlonully violate tiiu order not to rasa tlio border The chief scout of Me onalds command says ho win on a Irall ndwont Into Ascension lo buy forage 1 ho people all treated them well and gave hem an enlortulutnont During the ght they wore surrounded by Mexican roops who insisted on disarming llio In Inns This McDonald compll d with af1 which Ihu Mixlcuns disarmed Mic merleiins Next day they were taken as rlaoiors to Jauoss staid there two days uru thon tiiken lo Cuea Grand and were lero four duys when orders came for tho eleuBO of thu whole party and directing hut all Miolr arms and ammunition sup lies and urtlmals should bo returned nd If anything wns not returned It bepaid for When tho parly loft uuoss tho Mexican olllcer who mado 10 arrest at Ascension was reported un orarroat McDonald Is on his way to Vnrrlngton and will bo In on the 2Ut or 2nd FnatUe Count PostMl WASHINGTON Jon following ro the Pucillc Coast postal changes dur ng Uio week ending Jan 28lh Luno count Ore sn Dr Wm Brldiros postmaster Pull inn Whitman county Wash Territory rrtllo Stewart postmaster Fort Stella oom Plorco Wiisb Territory C Wanhon postmlstreis Buono Tav pal county Arizona Wra Dolancy ostmoiitcr Pnjlmastcrs M Mor Forest Bunch John C Kun olnh Golota Santa Barbcm Jan V KIdor Herrlcks Cross Tularo county Levy Jamison Plurnan coun y Fred A Guernsey Linden San oaquln county J P Butler Now ury Park Los Anglcs county Vm Chllds Trinity Uumboldt county E P Lovejoy Wabuska Lincoln ouiity Novndu Jos II Sharp Latham Lono county Orogoc L M Lcltchvillo Whitman county TViish Tcr itory Marlon J Meeker Pugalup lorco county Washington IntnrOoeiiulo CominuttloiUlou VASUINGTOS Jan inlttoo of Hie House Committee on com narco in cnargo of tho sovoral bills hlch havo been Introduced In regard to ntcrOccanlc canals mot today and utter consideration agreed to report ovoiably to tho full committee Kcpre entatlvo Gibbons bill which provides or tho appointment of an IntorOccnnle Commission to dolornilno a plan and route for tho establishment of romraunl between tho Atlantic and Pucillc oceans It authorizes the President to appoint commissioners one from tho Navy ono from the Army and ono from tbo coast survey and geodetic survey nd two from civil life Uoprcsentatlvo luckmors bill lo Incorporate tlio Inter Oceanic Ship Rfclway company which Is n tho Interest of e plan proposed by Euds was considered by the sub committee and an unfavorablo report agreed upon Thoso respective reports will bo submitted to tho full commlUoo omorrow Ch Jun Sunday tazotte Independcat and ournal today contains a well considered editorial on tho Chinese question la rhlch tho ovlls of unrestricted Mongolian mmlcration ore clearly stated and varl ous Eastern scntlmenal obiocllons to ogallod exclusion of the Chlnefo are orclbly answered Referring tv tho pro poVlUon now ponding in Congress to sus ondtlie Immigration ot Chinese labor on for the term of twenty years Uo Wo earnestly hope In the irun Interest of our civilization that tho measure may eventually become a law and ttat It will be enforced to the full ex eot of Us drastic intent WASHINGTON Jan four jury men whoso slgniturcs it Is allcgcr ap pear on an extra appended to an Jdldavlt ttldd by the defense in the Guitoan case Saturday with the motion for a new trial doiy most positively that copy of that or any other paper sever in their apartments or hotel they declare they never had pen in their bands during Iho wholo course of tho except to write nutograpbs for outside parties and thatlhls was always done in a room occupied by the bailiff in thu presence or these officers Tho ccnerul linprcssloa with those wio havo examined the matter Is It Is a clever piece of forgery PendlDK ASiinWiTror Jan Sbcrma dlng bill hss no chance because much Spired to the blow of nf Sherman on account cJhls per certain interest In Ufa now on the uecmisc some time ago bill Is not Mr economical and Isariskypn petition to K F tand Or ut Jan GroTc on Friduy presented a 42C citizens of Orocon and Washington Territory urging Congress to forfeiture of the Northern Paclfle Railroad grant and to tbo forfeited lands dence relating to Chill an eru Secretary aajs the statement published that instructions to Mr Trcscott signed by him had been drafted and committed to Trescott without tbe knowledge ol the President has absolutely no foundation intrulh The Instructions were not only talked over fnlly with the President but when written were twice read to him for criticism and change I have the original draft In my possession with tho modifica tions by the President clearly noted It U Inconceivable that an ex traordinary mission Importantcnough to be oentioned In the annual message to COBEMSS could be allowed to leave tht country without the President know ng tbe Instructions by which Its aclon should be governed Xo friend of the President conld possibly make the Bug jestlon and ou his behalf i repel it The President specifically referred in his mes sage to the Instructions eiven Mr Tres cott and besides what possible Interest could I have raynelf In sending an instruc tion without full knowledge of tbe denU I was to leave tbe Department In a fortnight and I would naturally take care not to send an Instruction merely to have It revoked In addition to till other It rUVWKUU J vw considerations I had no desire to Mr Trescott on a fools errand tend Q How do you e of policy account for the uange ol policy T A Tfldt Is none my business It is the undoubted right of the President us It In of a private citizen to change his mind Eilher President GarllcW or Presl dent Arthur saw every dispatch of Im portance that was sent and no step wa taken without the full concurrence ond approval of the Executive During the lato Presidents Illness no dispatch of any special moment wan sent eilher to Peru exSecretary was then asked what meant by the expression a tools and he answered I meant there seems to be no possible need of Mr Trcscotts being In Chill If ho s simply there to be a helpless icltncBs o the utter spoliation of Peru Funding Hill Jan following t the text of the amendment to tho fund ng bill as inodllled by Iluwlcys amend menl From and after tlio first any of 1882 the three per centum bonds authorized by thlc shall bo tho only bonds receivable as security tor National Bank olculatlon or as security for the safe cceplng and prompt payment ol public money with such banks hereafter or gunlzedand banks applying hereafter for ncroase of their capital to tho extent of uch increase provided the Sccreiary of he Treasury shall not havo Issued all londs herein authorized or so many hereef us to make It Impossible or him lo Issue the amount if bonds required and provided further hat section 4 of tho act of Juno 20th 874 entitled and act llxlog Ihe amount 3f United States notes and providing for i redistribution of national bank curren y and tor other purposes be and the umo Is hereby repealed That any national banking now or onlzod desiring to wllhdraw Its circulat ngnoteJ upon deposit of lawful money with the Treasurer of tho United States is provided in section 4 of tho act of June 1871 entitled an act Ilxiut the mount ot United States notes irovldlng for the redistribution if nationlal bunk currency and or other purposes shall bo required to thirty days notlco to Uio Corapirol or ot the Currency of Ita intention to de oelt lawful money nnd withdraws Its Irculatlng nolos provided that not more bun of lawful money shall bo deposited during any calendar month for hh purpose nnd provided further the provisions of this section shall not apply 0 bonds called for redemption by the ecretury of the Treasury Norfolk Jan Rcpubll an says Friday last tho name of WII ium Nichols was scnl to tho Senate as at Norfolk Vu Tils renom nation was not mado us tho Intention 1 act ot tho President nor was It known 0 tho Postmaster General or the First The Presidents attention be ne called to It ho was greatly surprised 1 the nomination having been unwlttiug v uceti nlgned by him wllh many tilers Tho Postmaster General und his isslstlinl found that a clerk In tho De partment had prepared the nomlnallon vllhout any authority and handed it In vlth Others he liud been directed in make ut Tiio President at once directed tho vlthdrawal of Ibo nomlnnllon not be auso ho had changed his mind but be nuso It was not his act but only that of Ithsr a very sharp or very dull clerk in Investigation will be held The IHopil C hlouK fonrt CIIIOAOO Jan Hanchctt clerk 3f the Probate Court of this county which vas locontly dccarcd Illegal lias made a tutornont of tho business done by that ourt during Its four joars of existence t Includes 094 coses Iraiiftcrred lo the ounlv Court and now cases Value if transferred coses settled and pending In ourt valuo of now coses ettlod and pending value of ransterred cases distributed under tbe rders 0 Iho Probate Court of new cnscs distributed lumber of appeals 145 number of do rocs of sale of real number of udgmenU rendered on calms filed reparations for quo warranto proceed ngs are not yet completed Clinncen Good WASIIISOTON Jan Ii stated with much posltlvoncss that Prcsldrnt Davis of the Senate favors the admission or Dakota Into tho Union Ho holds it Is said lhat tho southern portion of Dakota S entitled by reason ot population and other considerations to admission and that It Is not a question for partisan con sideration Judge Davis vote combined with the Republicans would give the jlll a majority and as Iho Republicans control Iho House It would uppear tho measure has a good prospect of bceom ng a law the present session CuullriTinllunp Senate to lay confirmed the following receivers of nubile moneys George B Carry La irande Oregon C B Hookman Lake 3ltv Col Rrglstoro of Land Offices H Lake City L T Baren Oregon City Louis Dugnl Denver M1 J Watts 1 Sliver Hume C B Silmson South Pueblo II A A Shor oy Logan Utah Oalirnruln LU1U WjiSUlSOTOX Jan the House today Berry of California presented a hv J nelr oay e petition of tbe citUens of California ask ing for the passage of a bill to regnlato interState commerce ExGovernor Pachcco Introduced a bill to prevent tho unlawful occupation of public lands also to admit steam plow machinery free of duty AltotJb Delveatlon WAHisOTox Jan delegation from Southwestern Dakota and Ihe Block Hills headed by Representative Pettlgrew had Interview with the President to day In reference to the admission and di vision of that Territory It Is understood they also urged tho removal of Cover nor dway TJM BullrolKl of War Jan The House Or Commlttoo on Indian xVffalrs rcforred tUc aucstlon of tho St Louis and San Fran chsco railroads right of way through the Indian Territory to a subcommittee to report upon it hereafter to tho fall com mlttec Edmund Supreme WjismsCTox Jan Morrill vipreMCs tho opinion that Senator Ed munds would not co on the Supremo Bonch If he had the opportunity as he declined It be placed on it onco before Miny think otherwise Seorlllo WASHINGTON Jan in today to the American people Gnlteiiu D counsel Scoville makes an appeal for funds to sustain his motion for a aeir trial before tho court in bane At Jess will bo needed he jays Jar Snprctnc Court adjourned till ike STIb of Feb ruury for prenaratlon of opinions lu csjti nrirucd f ocisy Bell s i f duKcttc nm eJckty huH in or THE largest assortment of gcnuia rschaum pipes cigar and ers la Utai at the Waaatch Drag Store An tltfant Ckriitmu preeont mee Hold A New York Reporter Inter Wouldbe Delegate Cannon Guiteau Jurors Deny The Ever Saw a Paper as Charged Arapahoe Indian Chiefs on Their Way to Wash ington C Id fiuMwtliy Interviewed Yoiur Jan of Utah who is in town was interviewed by a re porter today He believes that In the contest iu which he is now engaged for his seat with Campbel he will be suc cessful as precedent and right arc on side and that if defeated it will be by tbe powerful influence brought to bear against him by his opponent and tbe Government party There Is nothing now to be considered savev perhaps the latest aspect ol the polygamy question and if Campbell who only received votes to cact for me is admitted It will be in the face of a precedent I do not think Congress will dare U take such an unjust stepor that the country will approve of such a course My defensc against thu charge of ineligibility on account of being an alien ample and complete and I have nothing to add to it now In answer to the question as to whether there was a disposition on the part of the Mormon clement to resist tho passage of laws sup aresslni polygamy he said No the Joverntnentwlll meet with no reilstance on the part of the people o Utah Such a course would be hupeless However hey may regard any laws of this nature they will never resort to arms for redress they will regard themselves as martyrs They will remain In Utah where nil their nteresto lie relying oa the people of the country for He would not ex prefa an opinion with regard to the pro losltlon to divide Utah among Colorado Wyoming and Montana He denied that ho Mormons were Inciting tho Utes and other tribes to hostility nor was there any truth In tlie statement tbat his people were Belling guns and ammunl ion Attempted AnBanMnBtlon QOINOY Ills Jan Is iuatrc from Clayton that Colonel Thomas O Bluek 0110 of ttic best and prominent citizens of this county a neinbcr of the Legislature of 1S7IJ and ono of tho 300 Grant men at the National evmbllcac Convention of 1880 was as asslnatcdln his olllce at Clayton last night Excitement Is Intense The as unknown Col Black was a na ive of Naurv County and com nanded tiiofhlrd Missouri Cavalry dur ng the war was 57 years physician a quiet and exemplary man The cause f tliuact is inexplicable Later advices say two unknown men ntcred Blacks ofllcc at Sunday cTfn ng Without saying a word ono of them truck him with a knife cutting through iis coat and vest As he Jumped up the other cut him an ugly gash on tho foro icad Both men then disappeared sud denly At midnight the doctor was re moved to his residence At first the re port was that his wounds were mortal mt later advices say they arc uot serious lobbcry was the design Tho A tluntlo SS PHolllc Nitw Yomc Jan Times Boston pedal says Tho statement is now made hat tho reports of negotiations conduct d In Now York brought back by the At hson people present give general satlfl actlon and tho proposition to havo scv ral million dollars worth of construction n CullfnrnU unil AiKurtlC aclQe with tho Southern at Mo have Is favorably received by Boston In orcsta It is also stated that the oppo Atlanta iPacific ilan In Its cancellation was n crcat that largo Atchlenu stockholders would very likely have defeated the pro net of completing the subscription fJO objections wen based flrft and secondly ipon tbe raising of so large an amount l inonoy at this time Under tho now plan If the Atlantic Paclllc builds to ho Colorado river less than will bo needed for this soction If to lo mve about will bo required n either ovent it Is understood no Atlan Ic Pucltlc stock will bo issued Interviewing C3ie Jurors CiiiCAOO Jan InterOcean In crvicwcd all of tho Gulleau jurors and iblnlncd undisputed oroof that Ihey nev rhjdipnpor while on the jury lhat none o thum wrote their names and only onco hail a piece of newspaper which was ound In tholr rooms and tnen It was de Ivered to Iho bailiff that they were more arcttilly guarded and observed than irisoners lhat one tvhoso nnmo was oaud In the paper suclccn of in tho Gu t affidavit was misspelled that tuo iaaio of another was written In German a thine lie never did unless by special re quest that another appeared who had boon unable to handle a pen on account of nervous affliction that there wns no qk In tho roornf whereas tho writing on bo papors was In Ink and that J w Gultcuu called on all the jurors and cot heir names In an autocruph album ana iskcd leading questions whereon to found bis nllidavlt Thn Boom Saw YORK Jan lie varl jus articles on the antiMormon boom tho Tribnno says There is it f a r pros pect that fiomo ucllon bo taken by ihe present Congress by which the Mor moil ovll may be effectively reached at ut This Is the opinion of Keprescnta tlve TVillets of Michigan who takes a deep Interest In tho subject Bcnjamen F fall the flrstCblcfJufilico of Colorado elves an Interesting account of the estab Uhrncnt of Territorial Government in JUh in 1SSO and of the regret that F 1 Hubsccmcntly expressed that he had ced Brlgliam Young at Ita head Rev Dr Newman prcnchrd sermon In IUI3 city lust nkht on the peril of the country roin tho toleration ofMormonlsm Some catures of the evil ect forth by Kev who has done missionary work in Utah Killed uy B Cnindon ST Louis Jan Brown grandson of old Mrs Karris confessed that while In company with a companion named JteGlew the old lady on Saturday ulght nndsclzcdher rings and Jewolery She was left uncon scious bnt died during the nlptt Tho Supremo Court sentenced Chas t Krlng to be hung February 24th for the murder of Dora Brorsmscr because sho wouldnt learo her husband and marry him f Cable Eumorn NEW TOKK Jan Post says irlvale cables utatt the Union Generalo of iris ha stopped payment and that the Bank of Belgium advanced the rate of discount from T to 9 per cent This to gether with the belief in some ouvtere that cold ezpottsare imminent depressed the stock marlffit and sent prices down VBW YOIIK Jan Ly man Holley who introduced the Besse mer process In America died list even Inr at his residence in Brooklyn He ivas atlllcted with a complication of dls aiwes the principal among which was affection of the liver A MatPlmonlal Row InTOlTlnr Lulu Divorce NEW Tojettl author of the well known painting of KIchlHen and it is alleged deserted his wife and child In San Pran Cisco and came to New Tort with Ml Xitty Hayes was Interviewed at his fitadio yesterday by a Star reporter He did not deny he wife but hid obtained a divorce and Hayes who was present at tec wlthtt child in her arms He said he learned his wife was seeking a divorce and he supplanted her by going to Salt Lake City where he procured a legal divorce after which he married Miss Hayes In answer to the gucstion whether he thought the bait Lake divorce legal he replied tbat he did not think it would be recognized in this State but it was legal In thb ne said the publication of the story was through a former partner of ils who could not paint and used to afto his name to pictures that Tojettl had painted and sell them The partner still re sided In San Francisco More About HLUmon Corrwpondnice NEW YOKE Jan Commercial Advertisers Washington special saw The President Is to be asked to furnish the Senate with some further correspond ence of tie State Department during Elaines premiership this time In relation to differences between Mexico and Guate mala The story Is Blalne inwrposed to prevent the latter from Bottling tho dis puted Question wiih Mexico without tbo United States being a party to It The opinion is freely expressed upon the floor of the Senate that the result of the con troversv over the corre spondence and tho claims against Peru will certainly lead to a Congressional In vestigation In order that Shepherd may have an opportunity of substantiating charges against Blaine Educating Indian Children CHEYENNE Jan Hattan agent at Fort Woshakle with flve Ara pahoe chiefs Black Coal Sharp Little Wolf Iron and White Horses passed through on the way to Carlisle Pennsyl vaula where thirteen Arapahoe children arn at school Tho chiefs will then go to Washington for a Dig talk with tbe Great Father Tdc fact of tbe chlldrens being at school greatly pleases the chiefs and is a splendid preventalivo of Indian wars The children have only been at school a short time over a year and hove written letters to their parents in English which were translated to the chiefs Other In dians wish to send their children to bo educated Tulk CHICAGO Jan is understood on the authority of parties most Interested that the transfer of tho Portage and Su perior Kollroad to tho St Paul Chicago and the Chicago Rock Island Pacific roads is so nearly agreed on as to be practically an accomplished fact The latter roads are to assume payment of the men and settle all Indebtedness It is also stated on undoubted authority that the Rock Island has nearly completed ar rangements to use tho 8t Paul Omaha Chicago as a feeder to tnei Northern pineries and to build aline from thorn to a point In Illinois which shall connect with tho Rock Island and make and com plete tho triangular connection between Oinaia Chicago and St Paul The U e anil O P NEW YOHK Jan Evening Ex sress says It Is reported upon good au thority that the Union and Central Paclllc railroad companies are agreed upon all questions except as to tbo Union Pacific Interests In tbe Utah Central road and Its branches The Union Pacific owns a threefourth interest in that llni Tbe Central Paclllc desires to bo admitted to a proprletorypartnershlp In the road Tho Oregon Short Lino Is to be completed this year to tho Wood River minco In Idaho It is reported that Gould Is tak ing renewed Interest In U P stock that he has Increuned his holdings and that an effort will soon be mode to put U P to r t CHICAGO Jan McGrew who was arrested here on a requisi tion from St Louis vhero he is sus pccted of complicity in the raurdor of Saturday a saloonkeeper here four years ago and inl known to the police hvving been Identifled with crim inals all his life The Grand Jury this morning Invest gated the methods of business on Change with a view of whether they were Indictable as being akin to gam blingSome prominent members were examined together with reporters and experts and participants in corners Itewnrrl for Slolia Body lYoiiK Jan Walling today received a circular from the Scotland Yard police advertising a re ward of rccoveiy of the body of the lao Earl of Crawford which was stolen from the family vault In Aber dcnalown The English Government will pav and the family to any one who shall give informntloc leading to tho apprehension of tho thieves Par don is promised any accomplice who will give Information It Is supposed tlic thieves came to this country Smallfoil Plttubarc PlTTflirona Jan new cases of smallpox In Plttsburg and five in Allc wero reported to the boam of health Twentyfour deaths from dlseosi occurred in toe latter city last week Tbe Popular Demand So great has been tho popular demand for the celebrated remedy KidneyWort that it is having an immenso sale from Maine to California Some have found it Inconvenient to prepare It from the dry compound For such the pronrlctors now prepare It In liquid form This can be procured at tint druggists It has pro citely the same effect as the dry but Is vurv concentrated to ibnt tbe doee A much Vail Health and It set ias strange that any ono will suffer from the many derangements brought on by an Impure condition of the blood hen SOOVILLS Bvxin AXD Lmflt YIIOV will restore perfect hcilth to the physical organization It is indeed a strengthening syrup pleasant to take and has provon Itself tn be the best blood purifier ever discovered effectually curing Scrofula Syphilitic disorders Weakness of tho Kidneys all Nervous disorders and debility It corrects indigestion It makes Ilie Id feel young and the young feel gay and will invariably drive out of the system the many ills that human flesh IB heir to A single bottlo will prove to yon its merits as a health re newer for it acts like a charm especially when tbe complaint U of at exhaustive nature having a tendency to lessen the natural the brain and nervous system PAIK PAXACEI cures pain in Man and Beast For use extcraally and BOTCHS Sratr Instantly destroys worms and removes the Secretions which cause them Tte Comlnt Prl mCAM Jan McDonald to day received a dispatch from Xew Or leins stating that ground for the Sullivan Rvan orizo fight had been selected on tbe Mobile rsilroad between Hfew Orleans and Mobile between the hours of u to 10 February 7th Orand Jmy Viiw YORK Jan Grand Jury began Investigation into the causes of Ire late raiload accident at Spnytcn of to XzwIoaK Jin Cicapefake vfebhlo Company is making nrnmgtm nt8 for a 1nc of sttismers to Brazil A llreirlur MIB QoiSCV SOThc njrrlsoii brcwsry and mult house burned tliis mornlnt Lots sbout AYoliled Gray Sal are bonorWc tat Ibelr raretpBearanco annoiliig Hall the anooyanoeby promptly rettorlni tie yottfcfBl colnr Topics of the Day One Is amused while walking down Maine street in listening to the tlon that is going On among the Jlttle irroups that are scattered promiscuously alone the sidewalk you can hear of the hare been made or some mine has been sold for an enormous amount President Arthurs right to put down polygamy and the ttnal wind up of the great trial at Washington You are all at once startled by hearing some ladles close by speaking of the enormous advertisement in toe daily papers of a well known louse In a few minotcs you can notice the ladies walk ing up the street and shoold TOO follow then TOU will find yourself gofag into the store of those enterprising mercjanu Colm and you wfll soon find that they do just what they nave advertised Great Prevalence of Scarlet Fever and Diphtheria in London Trying to Avert Threatened Financial Disaster in Paris The Czar to Stop Per secution of Russian Jeirj ENGLAND Tbe GMO of tho Kiualun LOSDONJan persecution of the Jews in Russia continues to awaken Ihe deepest sympathy among all classes here and to provoke strong feeling against Russia refusal to remonstrate with the Russian Govein ment Is stroncly condemned When the bastard and mongrel population of Bul garia was badly treated the Premier mado all Europe rine with denunciation of tho uspeakable Turk but he was nat In power then The Rotaschlldf and other powerful Jewish families are rals Ing a fund for tbe emigration of Russian Jews to the Unted States bu they can not do much without active aid from the Government and tills Gladstone declines toelve them Tho Russian authorities appear to bo encouraging the war upon the Jews probably because Jewbalting is heading off Sihlliem Tbe Times ss an Obscene Paper LOXDOK Jan hideously indc cent expression was Interpolated In the Tiroes report of a speech by Sir William Harcourt last Monday The matter was mado worse liy an apology yesterday and a statement that the management of the Times hoped to bring the guilty par ties to justice This lias increased the morbid curiosity of the prulent and copies ot tho issue referred to have been sold each It Is said tnat twenty compositors and two proof read ers havo Ieen discharged from the Times office Tho low weekly papers reprint tho report verbatim and these papers are being sold by thousands in the streeUi It is doubly annoying to all parties to have this filthy expression put In the mouth of the Ttoroe Secretary Scarlet LONBON Jan great preva lenceof scarlet fever in tho fashionable parts of London excite alarm Belgravla and South Kensington have suffered very severely Slany people think the infection is carried about 1 n cabs while others the unhealth ness of tho West End to the fact that all that bank of the Thames was a marsh m AngloSaxon times Both theories arc somewhat farfetched The mansions of the rich appear to bo more given to at tack than the dwellings of the poor Diphtheria of a fatal character is unusual lyrlfe The Duchess of Sutherland and her daughter are very 111 with whooping cough Inllures In Bnblln LONDON Jan Observers cor respondent at Dublin says There was another and larger failure on the Stock ExcuaBge yesterday It Is expected wo or three large houses will fall during the present week unless assistance Is render edthem There has also one failure In the foundry business and ono in tbe building bnsincss lia bilities and respective ly There Is quite a local panic and bus iness is at tho lowest ebb Tradesmen arc endeavoring as far as possible to collect debts out as debtors ore mostly landlords there Is no possibility ol a settlement for mouths to come Ifnd Son Jan Brinsley known as tbe only surviving son of James Sheridan Knowlcs of m dead J8iNCE Trjlnc to Avert H Crmli Pints Jun to tonights Solr an Important meeting of Paris bank ers was held lo duy to consider by what means the Ihreatcned financial disaster on tho Bourse could be best avoided Among the gentlemen present were Baron Saubeyran Rothschild Joubert Mallet und representatives from seven or eight others ot the richest banks in Paris The banks represented at the mcellng agreed says the Solr o advance a necessary sum not exceeding francs the repayment of the sum to be uuarnntced by the official Paris brokers collectively A IJlff PATHS Jan leading financier decided to guarantee a loan of franca required by the authorized brokers CANADA RflJroad Jan lines of tho Canadian Pacific have been consolidated in such ft way tUat all west of Lake Su to the Pacific Coast will Do known as the Western division and cast to the extended Atlantic terminus as the East ern division RCSSU TJahnppy ItattMA ST PtTBKSBClto Jan Czar who is said lo be personally well disposed to the Jews is powerless All his time is devoted to providing for bis own safety and his chief officers prefer that the peasants should murder Jews rather than die dynamite mines It is stated on good authority Inel the German residents of Kussla arc also being mnltrealed and that when the Jews are disposed of the peasants will make short work of tile Bismarcks and The Czar and the Emperor William are continually exchanging love messages but their subjects cordially detest each otbir Tno Imperial Moscow Jan scheme of the Governor General for assuring the safety of the Imperial cortege to Moscow for the coronation ceremonies proposes that me Jmperor shall come lo Moscow by Ihc carriage road in stead ot by railway end the crowds In the slreet shall be separate ed from thn by trenches bar kers and lines of troops Search Party ST PirmnsBUBG Jan will form Ure separate parties to search or Commander DeLong 6EBXAST banker of Frank fort committed suicided on account of losses A banting house of Cologne faU cd The Warburg of Hamberg failed liabilities S Bontofcky 117 Street Has the largest stock of Liquors In the Territory Pure Kentucky Whiskies the best in the market His pure Wines are the best for the money Family trade nude specialty Orders from country dealers promptly attended to X BoraorSET South of Kahn Bros Forsltnre Store P W i full slock o ill evades of furniture Upholstering In all its Sells cheapest In the city Call and exaciae nyimmense Cjfetor Sappers at Stems Sew York Candy Store Par lies wishlne late suppers will do well to cider short time In advance and will be well Krrcd WJiBYS BT TJEE SISTERS of the HOLY CROSS SALT LAKE CITY UTAIT The Socoai Term for Boarders and Dsr Pupils b FEBRUARY EstaWlsted Brand iiKzovc Lairncrv from bU old pUcc of bctlicss SorOi of Overlaid HOIM to 0 4 First Soath Street where a prompt attention 10 tc topes to merit In tie fnrnrc tn tio pMU Uceral thire otaio pnblis pai SPECIAL STOCKHOLDEBS 3IEKI dines cir Tin Arzx itawo I SuTlJJiiCiiT Jan f NOTICE IS SKHEBT GIVES T2AT BY order of Use Board of Directors of tte Apci MkuBBCompiny a nMainc of the Stocibofficm ol company will bo bdd the office of the company law omco of McBrldc iliun street Salt Late City on Mondny tic 6th day of Febru ary ISSi all oclock p for the purpose of considering necessary to perfect tne tltlo of the company to properly sad to iidop bylaws far tho rovenimcjit of lio cor TSOXAS Secretary or lie Company STOCKHOLDERS 3IEET1XO NOTICE IS GIVES THAT IS into Of call therefor tlpned by tie hold of more loan one third of lie aplul siodt of Tho Denver aad Rio Sranco Wtsiem Iwil wny Company a meetlnc of tao Htoctholuers cf ssid Company bo bald ttL leu offico o tic Coizpaay Xo Ii3 ilaln Street up rtaln in too city of Sail Lake in tie cocniy of Sail Lake and Territory of Oui on Ihc ai day of Milch iD at two oclock p to con alder and amendments to tbo Articles of Att oclatlon of Company It to consunct acqolrc own and operate llacn or railway as two or more branch llni8 of railway Departing from in miia touti of Bait Lste Cltv Uuit and at fawiblo noiulB botween city and Drapcrvlllf In tie coun ty of Salt ted Territory ol Ulib 001 brasch limning to eomc point in or niau Btnchamin tioWct Mountain Klnlnr UIK trlct one branch rminlns easterly to or some point In Little Cottonwocd Hiniug trlct and another branch from ibo main line or from Uie kat named bmnci to eomc polnttn BlK Cotonwood Minlni DIetrlct raid roatM and tcrmlil bamc In the County of Like Torrltorv of Utitb Alwsllno of railway dopaTtlni from tho surveyed line of lio Company a roUwnj or near Uoreo Crtnolns en Price Klvcr tie boundary line of and TVUMCS Counties ticnco cunlerly uald river to Its Junction wiin Given River and down Green Klvcr to a junction wltn ttc euncjcd lino of lio Companys railway a dleumco in also a branch lino com mcncing at tic Initial point of lie iaf t named route and running easterly and northeasterly tg tho valley ofUracoy Trail CrecS and creek lo Its mouth and to a jnnciion with tho route laat absvc deicribcd tuc IcDBth of tin branch line bclnR about twenty miles all tbe points and termini of the lint named rontc and branch tberco arc in Bmery County Uwh eiccpt tbo Initial point wtlcb may ho la Wattatci Cocnty and near tho 11 no of fcmery Coanty Also to Company u construct acquire own and opcrnte any branch liniiB of railtftiy rnnninc fiom Its main Hue between bait Lake Ciy Ltlih ulld fareen Jtvcrln Kmer Connty Otji Torrllory By order of tho Board of DiKCWrs of too Donvor aid Klo Grande Wetttrn Hsiiway Company WASSEK Dated January 30th 1882 only Lho victiiuu i1 THOUSANDS OF CASES Of tJlo T7orot of tliin WifiblJ bcoii qulclily roMcToil a PERFECTLY CURED jrt 1 elii mild lint PlUclrni 1 IS XTS ACTION in ftU c natural ftCllou of UiolCIiincyn is red 5 Liver Jo eloaiirtcdof i ntt ivonit by Hyntcm of nil morli J ureri ioiia I tiiiCti in every SPRING J3 jjiit 11 piii Vrjf h pare it Natural Mt EXTRACTS from Uio chotawt WITHOUT AST ADCLTEJUTIONS OBI MPCB TlliS Haro gained their rcpntJUon from thell purity snpcrior nil quallrjw iJmltttd UJ all ttbo IliTC naed them aj the frUctl nitnral flaTdr for cakw cruiu crcr ffliuic AUOST 15 Days Tbe limited apace of onr Store compel u to offer our Entire Stoct of LADIES WOOLEN COTTON HOSIERY I To make room for our Spring Importation THIS IS i HE CSOICEST STOCK In Ibis line ever herct and a rare opportunity for ibotFC wiflltlng Bargains The Block coneltu of many varieties ol German French and EngUsh Makes FROM THE CHEAPEST Woolen and Cotton TO THK FISSST LISLE CASMERE SILK We offer all Of our Immense Stock ani Chiidrens1 Merino Underwear OK AL AT PRICE of Ijipolln tKwt CrMn Jog Jowdor Chiaga 1L Loute iCTEL IS 3OD TEAT THIS S TEE 15 only toaiK Out sifchw I b jrokcn Tu0 doors below tie Coop itorc will tifvs an EXTIKELY XEW S7 OCK OF LADIES AND GEJfTS KID CLOVES AXD Ladies Of the Also i toe assortment of Sutchcls POTKJ la LcaliCT Velvet Seal sad Hiir Sail WCBM arfs la Blade White and Km LMortSortWra Gloves and Fancy Handker chief Boies Lace Tldla In Stto Trinnei Silk and Satin SBatton Coupe Joovin j 5 S 10 3 Button Josephine Seamless L75 250 L75 2JX Wasatch Mills Of 1881 e asm op ll ordcrf for TJ VTSSST i Wiz sm BOOTHS SELECT OTSTEB8 aarUEKaoii Flour oStr Mill Stuffs aiort notice md at low 6rEO HU8LEB sh In tie and mould Heir COSSICSED TO CS 2V A TO EE SOLD Regardless of Cost OTJK OW1V WINTBRGOODS TO HAKE TiOOM FOS A laptat Spm TO AK1UVE FROM EASTERN AND EUROPEAN MARKETS CALL AFP EXAMINE GOODS SOLVED ONE DOLLAR FOR 75 c WE OFFER FOR FIFTEEN DAYS FJttOM JANUARY 20th STOCK oir Hats Caps Oloves ocr STOCK yn Yarlcxv itd Style of tc cud KortUn of them wellteoira fortielr iiocllcnt quality Itoe without rcfcirc to be cewei VC COHT Xa LAKE Cror Jia 75 C T3E3IE i i CO Fall Winter 1881 JOSEPH srS Monable Merehaat Taiioi Scotch Freaea o ECX ass   

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