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SALT LAKE EVENING TIMES. i THE TIMES PDBU8IIINO COMPANY, j T. A. Davis, Pros't. W. It. Gibbs, Manager. S.ilisi riithm to (he Dailj Times. 12 months , .00 tl " 4.00 S " , 2.00 1 " 75 (Always in advance.) Thr Times' Telophone number is 481. jj THURSDAY, MARCH 20. 1800. I ; ' . . GEORGE A. LOWE, Dealer in All Kinds of First Class Agricultural Implements, BCHUTTLEE FAKM AND FHEiG IISJWAG ONS, Coliiiis Bmies, Plats anfl Road Carts of every description. Steam Engines, Leffel Wheels. WAREHOUSES STATE ROAD BETWEEN FIRST AND SECOND SOUTH. WELLS, FARGO &C0'S Suit Lake City, - - - - .... I'tiih BUY8 AND SELLS EXCHANGE, MAKES transfers on the principal citiea of the United Unites and Europe, and on all point on the Pacific Coast. luanee letters of credit, available in tho prin-cipal cities of the world. Special attention given to the Belling of ores and bullion. Advances made on consignments at loweet rates. Particular attention given tn collections hronidiont Utah, Nevada and adjoining Turri-one- Aooonuta solicited. COBUESPONDKNTS: Wells, Farfro & Co Tendon Wells, Jj'anra A Co Now York Maverick National Rank lioaton First National Hank Omaha First National Bank Denver Merchant's National Hank Chicago Moatmen's Havings Hunk Ht. Louis Wolls, Fargo A (Jo Ban Francisco vCoiiiiiercial National Banl-:- - OF SALT LAKE CITY. Capital $250,000.00 No. 11 E. First South street. DIRECTORS: ft. a, rinlch, Pres't. O. M. Downey, Vice-Fros- 't I'hns. Manhal. F. E. Hcrymsor, F. H. Auerbnch, J). (!, Hacon, John J.Daly, W. P. Noblo, J. W. Donnellan, Cashier. Transacts a general banking business in all branches. Sells Bight Drafts on the principal cities of the world, issues Circular Letters of Credit and Postal Money Orders on all parts of Europe and the Orient. Collections promptly at-tended to. Loans money at the lowest rates and on the best terms prevailing in this market. o Z! p-- 1 m s- - m u - 1 ! CD wssea 3" CD P 03 ; 2. CD m i t c vT OP D TO O n " CO 9? 1 m rH Q orp r uy a 3 CD g'O BXSSS3 CD P 3 fgf o "j 5" cr1 $ Cl CD 4 DZ. CD w A x CD O 0 BSS88 fH-- - P1 Union National Bank. SALT LAKE CITY. Capital ... - United States Depository Safe Deposit Vault, Absolutely Firo and Burglar Proof. Boxes from $5.00 to 820.00 per Year. Careful and Prompt Attention Given TO COLLECTIONS. Spili:Diis, Fiie Watches, Claras, Silverware Solid, and. Flated., and. an Endless "Variety of Jewelry in Hew ai Artistic Designs :.iFOR THEEHOLIDAYS.C Qur Stock of Souvcrnirs arc Beyond Question Quporior to any Heretofore Shown in This Country, Q.all at Our ltooms and See the Ollering O. L ELIASON,;:::::::::::: 3STo. 220 IiyEain St. - - - Opposite 3?. o. fAMKg H. BA00W, FBAMKL. HOLLAND Prosidont. Cnshier. Bank of Salt Lake. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAIL General Banking Business Transacted. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Exchange Bought and Bold. Money to Lend on Real Estate from one to five years timo. McCORNICK & CO., SALT LAKE, UTAH Careful attention (riven to the nale of Ores and iiullion. We aolicit conHignmenta h igheBt market price. COLLECTIONS MADEAT LOWEST RATES ACTIVE ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. CORRESPONDENTS: New York I m p. nnd Trnd. Nat. Hank, Chemical Nat, Hank, Kouutze Bio', ('hicago ('ominerciel N'lt. Hank. Hun FranciHco li'irBt Nat. Hunk, Crockor-Woodwnr- Nat. Hank. Omaha Omaha Nat. Bunk. Ht. liOiiiH 8tatel(ank of St, Ijonia. KnnBiwOity Nat. Hank of KanwiBfity. Denver Denver Nat, Hank, City Nat. Hank Iiondon, Knglaud -- Moaara. Alartin & Co., 33 LomlKird fc'trmit. THE SALT LAKE ABSTRACT, TITLE, GUARANTY AND TRUST -:- - COMPANY, (Formerly Harvey, NofF 4 Co.) 265'S. Ivlain. Street. CAPITAL $100,000.00. Incorporated under tho laws of Utah Territory. Mates Correct AMracts of Tiftj, Mm all Errors. Titles to Real Estate and Mort-gages Thoroughly Examined and Insured. INHCI11E8 anainst loan by MoohnnlcB Liene and dccodcnt'H tlebts. lienU Ixixea (latest Improved DioboM) In lui tf vault, and (Ioch an cbctow biiHineHH. Acta as ICxecutor, Administrator, AHHiirntm. IlKeiver, etc., etc., and oucutoa truute of every kind. Holding Trust Fands separate from all Other Assets of the company, And Totninlnff oh oouiiroI tho Attornoy tlirouh wllOF thO bllrill(HH rjoillOH, ('o.UoU inU)rTnt,H on income nnd tnmaucta ull othor buHinoHH Huthorizotl by itn ehaittir. Hilln rucuipUxl for tmtl BaftiJy kopt wiiliout ctmrgo. JOltEnr II. BM1TH, ProBidont, Denver, Colo.. WILLIAM J.t II AHVKV, Vice Profliili'iit aod Manager, JOHN W. MiKK. TrwiRtirer nnd Ass't Munagor, KDWAIUJ W. tiKNTKJt, HotTRtJiry Biid Abbtraot Ollicor. Utah Title Insurance & Trust Co., G8 West 2nd South St., Salt Lake City, Utah. OITIOEUS ANI1 STOCKIlOT.DRIiS. Jorm E. Dooloy, Prosidont L. S. Hills, Vioo-Pre- Jont, A. L. Tlionuis, Secretary. INX'OUI'OKATOKS. F. II. Auerbach, Merchant." V. H. MuCorniok, Hanker. It. C. Chambers, Ontario Mining Co. W. H. Howe, Merchant. John J. Daly, Cajiitiilif-t- . .Tariies Sharp, Utah Central Railroad. I J. E. Dooloy, Cashier Wolls, Fargo & Co. K. A. Smith, Cuuhior Dosorot Savings W. C. Hall, Attorney. Hunk. I L. S. Hilla, Cashier Deeorot National Arthur L. Thomas, Oovwrnor of Utah. I Hank. J. H. Walker, Uninn National Bauk. I John A. Marshall Probute Judgo. T. U. Webbor, Sui't Z. C. M. I. I Attornoy, John A. Makrhali. I KELLY & COMPANY Printers, Blank-Boo- h Makers and Stationers. No. 10 V. Second South St., Salt Lake, - Utali OCH facilities for doini? nrHt-cln- Job aro of tlio newest and liest, BOOKS Ituled, Printeil nnd Round to Order. of Kuiiroad, Alining, llauk and Murcfuitile Work nlways on hand, COMl'I JSTIC line of Office Kuppliea. tho niont aiiprovcd" labor-aaviii- and economical inventioua, I'KICES LOW. CA LL ON US. SEARS & CO. 215 Mam Stnoet, Have tho Exclusive sale on a large list of proporty and will be glad to show them. J.VV. Farrell & Co hi iiili 1 PlumTiers, Gas & Steam fitters, Doalers in ull kinds of Lift and Force Pumps Orders taken for drive and dug wells. Cospools built and connections mode. alanhnne 900 1.T71Hnin Kt... )nn . Anerb iihVlron E.8KLLS. J.TUOKEil. B5.W.BELL8 Sells & Corrixoan3 :- - Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Lumber -:- - First South Streot, Opp. lltli Ward Assembly Rooms.' 1' O, Box 1078. Old Pioneer Yard of ArniatroriK & Basloy. Call now while our hp H g :. Litts are in thepe. SEAliS & 00. 245 - MAIN STREET. THE TAILOR. 20 E. First South Street, Utah Cracker Factory, Monufocturors of tho celebrated Silver Brand of Fine 8alt Lake City. These poods are sold by: 'i. V. M. 1., Komincton, Johnson & Kahn Bros., t o., 8. P. Teasilell, Cnnninuton A Co., larne & Oavis, (i. F. Culiuer &. liros., t'iark, lildridue 4 Co., Salt Lake City. 7,. C. M. I, J. Heoweroft i Hons, (t.Tolmie, Jl. L. Hrillin. Biunrtl.wuile.Uich W. Kay, Price Sc Clark. Doiilci'a In Poultry and all Kinds of Game IT.UITA VEOLTAIUJCS, CPC, INSSKDN. No. f8 W. First. Sout- - Rtr.vt, OpiKit. Kimlmll Bloik. 251. S. Main St. OLXAB T1TLH REAL ESTATE AGENCY Loans, IIkal EsTirB, Minino stocks, Dknvsh ilKANCU. Court House, henvor, Col, Manager. Ilooms 4 & 5 Culiiu r lllock, . Ul S. SI. H. lly. COLORADO A0EN05 LOUISIANA STATE LOT. TilBY COIdPANY. Tickets sold and information furnished. Tel-egraphic report received the same day of draw-ing and furnished to all who purchane tickets of me. Official lists of all drawings furnieh-fc- l on application and mailed to all out of town pur-chasers. 1 will cuhIi prises that limy lie drawn by tickets sold bv me, in full without discount. Unlets by mail given prompt attention. FKANK L. M. (SMITH, Agent. P.O. box Ti it Kichanue, Month I'uoh'o : fI. SKEWES & SON, :-- TjnsnDE RTAKEE Keep Constantly on hand a full lino of Metallic ami Wood liurial Casoi AND CASKETS. E2TSpec'ul attention paid to embalm-ing nnd repairing bmlies for shipment. A E. THIRD SOUTH STREET. Tolepfcons 4(11. tlEO. M. Soott, Treat. Jab. Clendinninq, Vico-rre- H. 8. It cm field, Secy. EEEGEO. M. SCOTT & CO.r (iNcoi:roiurEi). -I-DiZA LERS IN-- Hardware and Metal, Sieves, Tinware, Mill Findings, Etc. AGENTS FOn tho Itodge Wood Pulley, RooMins Steele Wire Upe, acumu Cylinder and Engine Oils, Ileieules l'owder, Atlhs Eng.nes and Hoil-.-r- s, Mack Injectors, Bulfalo Scales, JelTersou Horse Whim; 13! ike rumps Minors and lMaeksmiUis' Tools, Etc. 153 MAIN STREET. Sal Liake Gif, - Utah. iraoif ApSi;5 T.?mplJ' Branoh 0ffice' Gardner's, 141T&iD5St. m Bwd tm TtLphou. 4W, i ba Work MM,m& co,( The only Exclusive Matters in Salt Lake yonman Celer-rHte- TTat, Iwt in the WorM, PlWiilly ManntHCtured lor Aubls, Wid4Co Hal SjoM City, V" vn. j The new city directory publishers will, if they got up a first-clas- s volume, - till "a long folt want." Tliis city cer- - taicly needs a new directory. poses, martial law or repressive measures near akin to it, has been the rule thus far undor the empire. When, under des-potic laws and police regulations, it was found that liberalism found a voice in tho reiohstag, the chambor was arbitr-arily dissolved and a new election or pretended election was ordered. Undor tho pressuro, which in France would have resulted i" a revolution, the Gor-man peoplo w. paliont. until at last tho "iron man" lias retired from the contest a disappointed anddofoatod leador. Three yearB aco, in tho city of Merlin, the so-cialists cast nearly 9o,000 votes out of a total of 232,000. At the lato eloction, out of a total of about the same number, they cast 125,000. Hamburg and othor cities show gains for the socialists to an equal extent. The socialists are not os some suppoEO, anarchists, but are largoly composed of intelligent men of the mid-dle nnd working classes. The young emperor, whother from policy or princi-ple, or a combination of both, sides with tho liberal view and the break betwoen himself and the chancellor is conclusive and irreparable. It is a Waterloo defeat for Bismarck and absolutism. It is well for the peace of Europe and the wolfuro of Germany that Bisniorck retires permanently from the leadership of the state, and that the voice of the people of Germany assumes its proper in tho nfTnirs of the emnire. i j I A WATICKi.tJO DEFEAT. 1 IJiomarck ia called the "Iron Man.'' a great army at hia back and under presBuro of I n extraordinary tthe hs was iustruaicntal in brinirg tho union of conflicting states and cities, and thus creating tho empire of Germany. liipmarek is not a statesman; be is tho porsonifica- - tion of absolutism. No man having to do with so intelligent subjects as tho 1" Gorman peoplo are cannot bo considored a statesmen who dooa not take into con-- v eideration the wishes end welf.ire of the third - efitato tho peoplo. la Bismarck's echomo of force the free expression ft an intelhsoot p o ! be no place. To ell intonU and pur a --- - - I Another crop of boodlors is being jj harvested in New York City. The peni- - tentiaries of tho empire state will soon f have to be enlarged in order to accom- - J modute them. Ip the streets are to be as ' numbered streets and avenues the 'i change should be made at onco so that tho new system could bo followed in tho $ forthcoming directory. Pbesimnt Harbison is looking nfter I' the interests of ti.o private soldior. Ho has recently pardoned throe soldiers who were unjustly convictod of various of-- '; ! fen bos and sentenced to long terms of imprisonment by courts-martia- l. I The bill of Congressmon Btone, of I Missouri, to obolish the Utah commision, fa may bring o little temporary joy to the I Mormon heart, but it should be borne in I mind that tho bill lias simply boon in- - $ tioducod.. It will never get much far-t ther. fi The outlook for Marshal Parsons' con- - tji flrmation does not seem very bright. The sonato committee on judiciary is '. evidently loadod for bear, tn other i words the committoo has on hand, so it is cluimed, papers and documouts going ;:. to bIiow that Mr. Parsons is not a fit fj man for the United Stales mnrshalship. ;l On tho othor hand Mr. Parsons has ' armed himself with endorsements os to 7 ' hisljhoraetor, and he is now en route to Washington to have n hearing before the committee. Meantime the various ' 1; othor aspirants for the plnco will awR I the result with a deep interest. MtKMONT TIIK PATH FINOKK. A proposition before Congress to place General Fremont on tho retired list with the half pay of a mnjor-gonora- l in the regular army, rocalls the incidents of his early life and of his valuable services in socuring California for this country. It was through tho persistent labor of Senator Benton of Missouri, the father-in-la-of Fromont, that the first explor-ing expedition under Fromont waB or-ganized, equipped and sent into the wildornoss in the spring of 1812. His instructions from the war department was to explore the country from the Mis-souri to tho South Pass of the Rooky mountains through which tho Oregon emigration was then passing. This ob-ject ho accomplished, passing through many perils bv the way, making the trip in four months, without tho loss of a man. At tho western end of this trip he, in company with a few pickod mon. resolved to ascend tho loftiost peak in tho Wind River rango, which ho named "Snow Peak." Aftor throo days of wtMiriHome climbing, suffering greatly in tho intensely cold and rarcfiod air from headache and vomiting, they reached the summit at noondny on August 15, 1812. IIo says: "We mounted our barometer on tho (mow of the Kiimtuit and fixinK a ramrod in a crevine, un-furled tho ntilion'H (Ihk to wavo in the breeze where never a IImk waved before, A KtillncHH tho newt profound and a terrible solitude forced tlioniHolviw eoiiHlantly on the mind as the great feiilures of the place. We thought Inyond lite region of auimntjid life; but, while we were Hitting on the rock, a Military tiinnlile bee t'tinio wiliKintr his Hight from tho ountelu vtdley anil lit on Iho knoo ofonoofthe men. It wan a Htrnnno place, the icy rock and the IttKheHt pettk of tho Kooky mouutnint, for a lover of warm hihihIiIiio and llowern; and wo plonHod oiirMelveM witit Iho idea that ho was tho ftrHt of hifl Hpi)eiiH to croHH tho mountain Ijarrier a aolilary pioneer to foretell the advance of civilization, The barometer ut 1h.i:i, tho alUiehed ther-mometer at 14 below zero; Kivitm for tho eleva-tion, l:t,!70 feet above the Kulf of Mexico, which, may Ijo called the highest liiKht of tho l)ee." The second and third expedition of Fremont furnish most interesting read-ing and show that ho was mainly instru-mental in conquering and holding Cali-fornia. As a path-lindo- r and soldier ho deserves well of his country and now that povorty and old ago ha'-- overtaken him, let him recoivo his wellearnod re-ward. 4 Gen. John M. Palmer huving sug-- 1 gestod that Unitod States sonutors should bo olocted by a direct voto of tho is peoplo, the St. Louis CUobo Douioernt in- - 5 torviewod soventy-eigh- t of tho eighty-- ' two ' moinbers of the enuto upon tho i subject. Thcso intorviowsnre of a variod i character, and are very interesting. The j opinions, however, soom to be very evenly divided, and it nifty bo possible that a change will sooner or Inter bo brought about in the method of electing sonators. i Oue thing is pretty certain the great majority of the pooplo would favor the 1 eloction of senators by popular voto. , , ., , Now that it it) a Bottlod fact that Mary Anderson is soon to marrv a youii"; INfl'.v I Yorkor with the Italian namo ot Nuv- - arro, tho pedigree h outers aro endoavor-- S ing to provo him a descendant of one of I the ancient and noblo families of the i land of song, sunshine and maccaroni. V' They now call him do Navarro, and claim that he iB doscendod from tho houso of Viana, constables of the old kingdom of Natarro and counts of Lorin, this title '.; having passed sinco, by marriago, to the Fitz James, dukes of llorwick. Our Mary, it seeniH, iB thon to bo joinod aftor f all to one of the most d I " TJ!)(1s in this country. ' "Can a man marry ins doceasoa wife's has been b long mootod isistor?" in England. Tho fact a man can do it if he wants to,bul fi sometimes the consequences are not of t i tho most ploaiiant character. For in-- etunce, Dr. Filing, an eminent Presby-- , terion minister of Pittsburg, triod it ro-.- i cently, and some of hia oongrogation raised such a disturbance ovor tho af- - fair that his resignation was unanimous-- j ly accepted by the presbytery. In Utah t it has boon the custom among a large ; clement for a man to mRrry his living i wife's sistors, if ho so douirel This cus- - torn, however, is being quito rapidly J abatod by tho Unitod States govorn- - J ment. A VA I II ICXCIl.lNdM NO KOIJUHKY. Charlos Francis Adams, with trueBos-tonii- Bjiii it, enlivens the dry details of business with happy illustration and a spice of humor. Objecting to some pro-visions of tho Frye bill, boforo the Con-gressional committee on Pacillo rail-roads, he said: "It was not the interest of the government nor of the Union Pacific that the cumpany ahonld be launched on a !hik voyaeof lift y yearn, weighted down to the water line no that inom who navi-gated the craft Hhould Hpeud half the time clintc-m-g to tho rittinit in order to aave theiiiHelvea from every wave which tnvept over the deck." Tiik Ti.mf.s commonds to the reluctant lips of Mr. Adams anil his company the bittor draught which that company for twenty yours past has forced upon the minors and businoRS men of Utah and tho wost generally. Thoy have boon "weighted down to tho water lino" with onerous and unjust transportation charges. Sitting on tho ragged edge of despair in trying to establish a bifsinoss and ia developing the resources of a now coun-try, far removed from homo and a mar-ket, tho pioneers of this groat country, tilloil to repletion with every variety of mineral nnd agri-cultural wealth, have beon well nigh swomped by the merciless exactioi s of tho Union Tacilic company. Tho tables aro being turned, and the exactor is asked by its creditor to walk up to tho captain's ollice and sottlo. It's a long lane which has no turning, and in the railway competition which already, to some extent, and which, in tho immediate future, will more effect-ually confront the Union Pacillc, its vic-titn- o will realize, in view of time's nnd tho compensations thoy furnish, that "the wicked Btand on slip-- I ory places." ,1 ThrTimkb has on several Occasions J called attention to the necessity of tire i escapes upon all buildings over Uvo I stories high. There are several high buildings the, upper Btories of which are I occupied by lodgers, whoBo lives would be sacrificed if a lire should break out iu : these structures during tho night. In j some of theso buildings tho stairway winds round the olevator, which is cor- - one of tho most dangerous plans conceived by an architect. The and tho elevator should be Itainly and distant from each othor, ofTurding two ways of exit. Iucaso blocked by flumes the othor can be usod. However, no time should be loBt by the city council in passing oil or-- dinance compelling tho erection of fire h. oscapos on all high buildings in which there aro rooms occupied lis sleeping I apartments. To delay this matter is I simply criminal negligence on the part I of the council us woll as upon tho part of the owners of buildincs. No Snakes, but Mosuituva There arc no snakes in Alaska, per-haps, becau.se nosmikus would live there. Tho only fro;; ever discovered by ex-plorers tluro was found by my own party some yours ngo. I'robahly, how-ever, there is no pai l of the world where mosquitoes aro inoro dreadful than in Alaska. Tho 6oil is of a soft, spongy character that holds water for days after a rain, and the insects are bred out of it in such Bwnrma that it Is hardly possible for man or r.uy other animal to exist among them. They attack tho mooso with such ferocity us to drive the beasts into the rivers, whore the natives attack thorn with knives. Dears nnd reiudeer are plentiful. Perhaps the worst part of Alaska is that to the northwest, south of the Yukon river crossed but once by a party of explorers, who nearly starved to death. Washington Star.