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ISF Sil'T'rilTT'T : CI A T Til T A T7"ll7t nni It T7 CI i .n ,n The T,mc.- - - DisputclieB. and jl jlJJlj M OiLJ-Jj-L Jf3LJi:i.I,ll JL IIVIJZjO. iWasnt Columr-Help,aituaU-ror.. r'-- ' lint SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, TUESDAY EVENING. APIilL 1. WO. NO 152. ' Tlie Mississippi Flood. St. Lons, April 1- .- Information as to ihe state of affairs in the flooded Lnco-ni- a circle, a section of country between Helena and A rkaceas City, 1 mg the Mississippi and the White rivers, shows that people have been in tho tops of their houses and clinging to trees for a woek. Many of them are uenrly starved to death. Many of their cattle which were placed on the platforms were washed away and drowned. The citizens of llolena sect tho steamer "Houston Coombs" dowu on Thursday to aid the people. On Friday men w ent over the whole circle iu skiffs and transferred people from trees and roofs to the gin houses, which wero generally large nnd substantial. All the houses are packed with people, '200 in some of them. The "Oornbs'' brought out, '130 people and 110 head of stock, arriving at Helena yesterday. When tho "Coombs" comes out the steamer "Titan,"' with barges, is going in. It is thought they can bring out nil the remaining stock and us many people us desire to go away. Many, planters are utterly ruined. j Jn Honor of lii&niarck. Tlie German-America- n Club of New Tork . ' Enjoy it liaiiquet. - New York, April the great German statesman, Prince Bis-marck, is now in retirement and the young emperor has taken tho sceptre of power from his hand, the name and fame of. the ''Iron Chancellor" is still dear to tho heartB of tho Teutonio residents of this city. Today Otto Von Bismarck, who iu regarded by the Germans as the Washington of the Fatherland, is years of uge, and extensive arrangements have been made to cele-brate the event and by so doing honor the warrior statesman." The will be toasted throughout the length and breadth of Germany, but the cele-bration will not be more enthusiastic than that of the German-American- who honor Bismarck as a German subject perhaps more than as tho great uud powerful chancellor. The celebration has taken the form of a banquet at the German club, which promises to be not-able iu a comniercii.l as well as in a social sense. Prominent among those who are expected to participate are Carl Schurz, Oswald Ottendorfer, Consul-Gener- A. Feigul, the olliciul represen-tatives of the German empire at this port, Secretary of State Cook, William Steiuwny, Theodore A. Havomeyer, the great sugar refiner, I. A. Poppmihuseu, of railroad fame, and other Germans, prominent in railroad, 6teamship and commercial circles. - . Tursdaj't Trautfrr. The following real estate trausfer were filed for record jeeterday. i W OnrHlwin ft at to Ellen Everlil. part of it'ibl HU. -- rp: 110 Ssrnli llu!T'' to irr J Porter .1 lis 12 to hi OimwUw ml UM L S St. rr t ul to Lm- - J 4 xlOnMlllUl . Su.lh bouth, bet t Imtlr.d Kir..t wt S3.W0 H Juno ami wife to J H In-h- i or etal.tll lu :aA M bl I Kif nu.UirnM'il . HOD W W Williams t al to W li Lett, Jilo nls ntbiiwiai too J II ltriwouSHt'ittt)J,a:ill5aiid b S K Kittnartiiil tot' H oounha. nil It U sml Si li 21 anil othr property oi b. . V0 J H Hrowu wU w.fu to IVna bciiior.aU It 1 hiaui'lb AM J H Hrowu wife to Leila E llutcains, oil h ;:i unit S h! Jl b . SO G liusut wf to li A Kernuson.Hot Springs l.ott' .MiuitiscUun t J V linf.irii wf to N W t'Uylon. put lot 4 hi Jti . . wr jut Sou-- anil 4lh W't ... 19 140 J li I'll? to N n t lnjtnn. oup-ix- th lot 4 til llrt pi it, iiui oilier I'n'iwy U"X) L Wil'iAniiito H I HHnip'oti.all Ma 12 to 111 hi I. iUm la, U, li nJ l bl 2, Jt.mp- - ton nib W,a N V rl tun to Iannis V t'Uilun, 8iS' ni- - lot i hi 1.1 ill u SUO A H Vnhoii to .Vlniy O liirmain, all lot 44 hi lit. Wool Kail l.a a.l.t 0 C b. Wiiiiilntnl to ( Unlrll rl at. all lt It am! 7 hi 1SJ pi h. illi Ncrth U'l it J aiul th WVt 45110 T A nai i nl to E M llciion, all lot i ht I. .A pint M I I t al to T W tUi,ll lot bl 2.. Ailmvtoii H"lhtil D W lirt: jr kihI wllu to C O Wltitto- - m..r, lot V hi Id pi I S E A Hmith to J A Adaiua, Italf lot 1 and! hllplj... 4tA) J I' lYmrimn to .Mary R Imino, i'tl t l. tahUplo. 70U E llolin at al to J Me'ann, nw qr c If, 4 i . r I , W i M Fifhorat al to H I'. Kialior, na qr aao t I a, r I a 1 rl II Hpiiknr vi al to W J 1)mu el al, Is 10 roila Ini 4 hi 7 pi ii irt II Haiia to ( llodun, all UUblSWwt iiii tub aw J (i Arni.irunc t al In J all Ita i ail. I ii hi I I'.nk lloulivanl nib SOD C A O-il- u to A rl t Ki!e, Siiu nl It I hi 4 l b 1V E fi AnJurarn to J C Mrm, all It 14 hi SO nl h L It ll'rar7 to E U Mitthewa, all Ita V nailisbll fcutlrb'ianh , 1700 C I) Kill; rt al to A II Mi.) no. all It 1 til 1 ami It 1 hl 'i ITtah H.inihrn a.. I J j l ornin il al. to llSiinllws all of lota IMolshll. ( oai. A Corn in 'a Bonlh lltioua Viata aiMttion . &04 II J Diatartol Wara. lula 0 anil 10 til HI, ton aura pi a SrtU J II Croon t al to W llaina, 2iVt roila, lot 1 hi JH pi a V II Hlimrman, jr., to C Mantor, 3x10 roil, lot i Mm nit 1 T (' Hall to W Cotillon, ' rinl. lot it hi 5, (! ai'ra pi o I 0 haxton to W Fowdon, n ro.U lot II hi It ri iicra pi o 1VW L TiHini to 11 Kaxton, 1ft rtati lot 11 bl S, flvp afra pi 0 I C H lUll.lrom ami wi(n to It Itrlaanhar, Ul 111 twli lot J bl U pi b. tnoo Total 10,4S 3 1ST BY WIRE. ..soat of Tio AgnluTijliiR b! rreezo out the Bucket 0l ' Sliop BroKers. ,CITy "of IAEIS" SATE. Ige: Trorbles in Bostoa-Elect- ioas b rb and Chicago-P- our People '" 'Drowned-Ot- her News. T, ' n nr;i l. The board of trade with a resolution !A, ineccordanoo lime ag0' uoollsheJ the ir a simo .sent ol market reports and no y 'arnifh quotations. This action " ton' witk Uie view of destro'inb' ,'ucket .hops nnd means that the i. pb of the board alarmed by the condition of that organization ;lerod D, deBperato by the growth the bucnet shop trust, de-- '? I make a Until eflbtt to av , their former .prosperity. . ' bucket shops wero to continue in li ',tbe hoard would be destroyed, jl Therefore a liirht to the deutn be-(- j them The board has come out "ious ami lho buckiilsJiops must 'ji-- vanish. When notice of the ;! contemplated action was given, bucketsiiup men .appliad M an injunction " to restrain It iiard ' from discoutiuuing furnishing of quotations to non-'jb- ts as 1"W 148 ihey turnlRbed them wbem. Judges Quley, Horton and ,6 however, decided that tae board a 'riflit to discontinue the market rts and when they were not fur-- j ui members outsiders- hud. no e of complaint. . No blackboard sd the walls of the pit today, and is future people who are anxious learn the highest and lowest Tj 3 at opening and closing have to look sharp to in the information. The bucket were deserted, and henceforth per-o- f speculative tastes will be forced iv brokers' commissions, unless they rt ,r to patronize the "clock game." ;dnt Baker of the board of trade, in ilerview, says that the board can get u ; verv well without the quotations, that, in fact, they never wanted i as they were made right on the He thought that the' course ied would have a beneticieiit effect ade, that it would stimulate busi-an- d crush the bucket shops. - A CHINESE FUNERAL. The Death of (none Lre (aases Deep Hotirninir anil torn motion la the ItiintM Circle. HOW A CHINAMAN 13 LAID OUT. Soma Very Queer Custom Ohwrred b tho Cvleatiali Upou Xht det& of One of Their Number. QuongSing Lee, on of the moat Doted Chinamen in Salt Lake City, iadead, and the ivk-ti- nl amies to ion n arrayed to Mckcloih and l e. Quonir u a way-ti- p unto in the Flowery kingdom and be brought hia preatige to thta country, for ttie wHshcfwimheo people refarded him a their leader, nuniiior and guide. Cnnwiurntly hia deaiiM will create ft jaiviuiic gap io Mon.-ha- eociety. Aa (juong ami a ! hi acuaintaoce are fuiihftil io Che divtrinaa tf the emi-nent Confucius, ail the cuatotua of tho land of ton and tattled rn-- a nre and are lieinrf indulged in. t'hinarneo aredetout Miwvera in evil spirit, and when one of their ntimUr die it ie the duty ot the aurvivure to frightou them away untd the HrpM of the lata lamented ia hid di't) from sight, for aocordictf to th rwviard edition ft the t'hineee bible, the until take iti flight juet prior to the time when the remain are encloeed in the cotlln or lowerwl in the Thim airuouttta for the Iwating of tnro-tn-n- e at Klxmt midnight on laat night wbea Quong caahed in; and although people IB tlie vicinity thought that a boiler laotory had eacaixvl and the tiolice were um moiied it wia only Qu.g'a acquaint-anco- a stnnding off the evil one. Tho t'liineae funernl Inula twenty four hour from the moment the laat fup liidieatee that life ha coated, anteea of which are public, the other eubt bairtf davoteil to preparing the dtweaeed for buniil. In tuiitiR' com all form were relig'iualy obaertad. Ai mm aa ba had hulllid oil ibia mortal coil hia ramaine were laid on the tuble aurrounded with Chiuewt lautern and jo. aticka. An unbrnnkable t uatoiii i that the body nitiat ho pure wt)n it enter the Pert-dia- e Iwyond and the deeeaaed ia alwaye carefully wnahnd. I'ump water dooao'l i anawer for auch a purpoae, but the aqua pure must be obtained frorn a running slrenm. The water mut be "bought" of Klah nu, the river gmi. The frlemla take their venvela to the rivnr and after throwing a few coin Into the stream aar a prayer or two and then tlip up the reuimie quan-tity. Htinrlae I oonanlered th beat time and tbat in why two celeatiale might have been eti enrr itig water up Sexn4 tiouth ttreet tin momma". It alan ac-count fur th prtMteDce ot about u bite In niotiay that Dow lie in the txHlom of th Jordan. A Chinamnn always annlr his burial robe with h'm.. And no matter how th strait to which Ii i reduced h will will hi wearing- - apparel sod g almtifft naked rather than part with it. The material in the Krmiit depends upon the tiaanouil standing ot lh owner. Tit poorer el generally havs very choap one. Iu (Juwn j rns the shroud is silk. Not blin k Ik, oh no, blank is not the rotor uf a Chinaman shroud, lied, brtuht rod, witil white trirr.aiiog. The mourner -- that Is, the realalit of th" deenaaud, wear whit robe. (fining was attired in hi rich silken rolw after having Uwn carsfully bathed and u thea laid out on a table draped withtJbiiieee cloth and ornsmeated with many ) inlx4. It wn In this condition that Tut Timmi rupurter found hi in this afternoon, burntuuilnig hi remains were several of hi inoiit iuttuiat friend who whiapNred softly among themselves while the sentinel gently beat hi tun-tmi- i In keep wy the Imp ofdtrko who might per chance be lurking1 la ins fu tility, (luce in a while hs would bit the gong s trouicrj'loiu thump after which he wnulu remain quite for a lime, the extra hard blow iKiitig uppod to have Beared every sinnl y fur time. Flour were scattered around Io rich profusion and aom of th bout must Lave cost considerable money. No one can be debarred the privilege of looking at t. e remain for a given time, and comeuently until nearly sud-nigh- t tonight lining will be on exhibi-tion to Christians a well a Pagan. After that time the corpse will becums sacred property and ooon but th em- - bslmer, who will prepare the remain for j shipment to Chili, wilt be permuted to I giue upon the old franieof the dlatio-guiahe- d ton of th uo. And erao be ( must be Mpecitilly lilted for Ui task by j having a certain incaolatnio perforosM. j Quong had a wife aud tw soo la i Peicin, and wamnsiileredquitwIthy, I having atxtitt.ViUto deposit in on et j th oily banks, tir th l of his count, y no one will eve Uxk upon bl i remain after th lid of the ckt is once cIimuhI, not eo bia family. The ; embalming prKree I only tnduigJ la iiecau wilh'mt it th rnmaitisroul i not Ushit.pwl. Th btjdy ill be sent west-- ward Umiorrow. f During the afternoon a number of ladie and gentlemen have availed thetn-selv- n of the opportunity of wtnwt th" strange sight of t hine funeral. and it t ex pai led that ere tft witcbioij hour maty more will visit th c8. Wing Slug Ki, who ha th earthly effwU of the lofl In charge, anil doubtless apply for lUr of 4.'nirii- - trillion on Quorg' mtate in f day, as it 1 uril"rtiod tint the dead man s hail m provided in hi last will aad tea- - j lament. , j Lottery Shnrpt Hontanoed. j Pesth, April I. Some time ago a cy to defraud n lottery company q t Tetresvar, Hungary, woe entered ioUi by several person, including two officers of the company. Tho conspirator suc-ceeded in drawing a prize of 1,000,000 florins, but were detected and arreatei I. Tne trial has just taken place, and in the conviction of Farkers, tlie holder of the ticket, which r drew tlie prize. N. Zobovitz and Puespooky, oj of the company, were sentenced ix eight yeara penal servitude, frau Ftl-kes-whose daughter, disguised asaUy, drew the winning number, sentenced j to two years, and Collector llergate to three years imprisonment. j ..-I- . , A Ulshopl Funeral. ! Milwaukee, April I. The funqral services over the remains of Archbishop Heiss were held at St John's cathed ral today with impressiveness of oeremoij ies rarely witnessed in thiscountrr. It 'as pasticipated in' by Cardinnli Gibboos, Archbishops Elder, Freehan and a dozen bishops and !50prif sts. Mass was intoned by the cardinal, j Mo-rmons were preached by Diehon Henn easy of Dubuque, in English, ami Bit hop Katzer of Green Bay, in German. , i t ( iHGLISH CAPITAL Big lirrfstmcni la Utah Miuin;; Properties Purchase of tlie Stew art Group or Mines. THE DEAL KADI SY ie. FCffLES. He is a Wall-Kno- Mining Expert-- He Speaks in Glowing Terms of Utah's liberal Resources. A well-know- Colorado mining opera-tor, Mr. D. D. Fowler, who has been in Salt Lake for several days, has just con-cluded a very important mining, pur-chase in this city, llo has bought what is known as the Stewnrt group of mines. ' Tim ruoPi-KT-This group consists of the following: Stewart No. 1, the Apex, tho Mill City, the Golden, tho Crown, the Bobtail, the Constitution, the Olive, the Gold Ring, the Eulipse, the Pea body, the Edison, the Bulldozer, tho Phoenix, the Saratoga, tho Washington, the Hopeful, and the Casoo veins, lodoa and mining claims, Tho purchase of Mr. Fowler also includes the undivided half of each of the follow-ing veins uud miniog claims: Highland Boy, American Girl, Scrub Oak, and Bonbam, all bearing silver and gold; and the following other property: the Stew-nrt mill site, the Stewart mill and mach-inery, and upplianoes thereof and there-with used, and certain weter rights, water ditches, and rights of way. All this property is situated in the West mountain district, Salt Lake county, territory of Utah, and was purchased of the Bingham Mining company. Work on drifts and tunnels has boon done on these drains to the extent of 20,000 feet. Mr. Fowler, win will per-sonally superintend the work, will con-tinue the operation of theso mines with a large force of men. He proposes to start the mill within thirty days. Ho has already taken possession of the property. The capacity of the mining and milling is to be largely increased. utah's mining outlook. Mr. Fowler is a man of varied mining experience. He has been engaged con-tinuously in the business for twenty-fiv- e years in various mining regions-Ida- ho, Montana, British Columbia, Au-- s ralia and Colorado. For the kst ten years be has been at Aspen, Colorado, where he has been quite successful. In regard to tho mining industry and resources of Utah, Mr. Fowler said: "Since I came to Utah, I have had, con-sidering tho short timo I have been here, a good chance to loou over the raining property in thia immediate vicinity. I was greatly surprised to find such valu-able plants and leads of both silver and gold as I have examined here. My prospecting of course has been rather limited, but from the outcrops that I have seen I do not hesitate to Bay that there ore yet to be developed sow) wonderfully rich mines. "Besides the property which I have purchased, - I have ex-amined several" other properties near my locations, and have found them to ba gaining in wealth by great dopth, thus proving that the country is as yet undeveloped as to great mineral re-sources. But I find that so far ns de-veloped, the properties are all in good condition, and I should supposo are paying dividends, judging from what I can lea:n. ' POOBLV ADVERTISED. "I have learned one lamentable fact, and that is that this section of mining country of Utah has been tho poorest adverted of any thatl have ever kaown intheUni'od States. There are more good producing mines in this immediate locality than in any other region I over saw, and yet the outside world knows bnt very little, if anything, of them. "If the same amount of capital had been invested and the same amount of enterpr se had ben exhibited and the same interest had been taken in Utah mines as there have been in Colorado mines, there would have been an equal state of development here. But all this is yet to come. I consider this country as good as any part of Colorado that I have seen. BEHIND THE TIMES.- - "I have never seen a place so far be-hind in mining. I can say the same thing in regard to the developments in this valley. I regnid Bait Lake- city as the future great city of the west. While Denver may be a great railroad center, Salt Lake has a great many more advan-tages than Denver, and in less than ten years is bound to be a much lurger city. "Salt Lake is twenty five years behind her rejiirces. This is due to the feet that the first 6ettler were Mormons and a very ignorant class of people. Hud the early settlers been of the same class of inteVigenca and energy of those who loca:.-"- in Denver, this city would today-hav- e been a much larger place than the capital of Colorado. "In the Salt Lake valley you can raise anything that grows in Califoinia. With her agricultural and minim' resources, this city of Salt. Lake has the g. tast future of any young city that I know of. But I want 1 3 impress upon the newspapers of this city the importance of paying more attention to the mining resources of Utah, and advertising them extensively to the ouUide world." Mr. Fowler le't for the oast labt even-ing on bus;ness connected with his re-cent purchase, which, it is said, was made for un English syndicate. Ibe amount paid for the Stewart group of mines is a secret. Mr. Fowler will re-turn in about a mouth, and take per-sonal charge of the property. His head-quarters will be in Salt Lake City. Ho expressed himself as very much pissed with the cordial treatment which he re-ceived from the business mon of Salt Lake. THE FINE WEATHER i Ami the Stimulating Effort U (las tu j the Heal t state Uusincss of the City. , i. i . TM BOOM GOES MESKILT ON. 13 jme Important Deals on the Tapis--A ) Kaiisas City Man's Opinion Kcal Estate and Building Notes. .' The splendid weather of thia week ia Saving a marked effect upon the realty mai Kot nud several largo deitla are on the tupis. As the roads dry out aud the beautiful drives from the city assume their wonted condition, the feelings uf the agents becomemore buoyant in their nature and the taek of showing prop, erty becomes a pleasure, while tho pros-pective buyer is charmed with the of things. ' Among the recent large sale ia one of ton acres, by the firm of Davis Jt Stringer for lo,000, which was made yesturday morning. A half dozen other good deuls are also pending. A leading broker said this morning that tlie for outside lots is increasing rup-idl-the greater part of tho inquiry com-ing from poor men who want to purchase homes. To moot this demand it is pro-posed to put property on the marltot at reasonable figures and adopt a payment on the installment plau. An extension of the street railway ey toiustu the outside additions will proba-bly be made this aoan. There is noth-ing like it. George Hogarth, c Kansas Cny man, who hus been picking up a few bargains, said to a reporter this morning: "If the street car com-panies build right out in the country where there ien't a house, beforo the leaves begin to turn, they will Un mak-ing money. That is what made Kansas City. Why, they built lines out right through scrub oak timber where nobody thought of living, and today the rouds are making money. People built along these lines and they will do so here. Another thing; the laboring class is what midtes a city. But poor men cannot afford to buy inside property at high rates. But give thorn a chance to invent their aav.nga in uheap home where they oan ride to and from their work nnd they will build up a city in no time. One thing more, pave. Paving mado Omaha and mutlo Kaneaa City. If St. Joe had paved as did Omaha, Kansas City would not have ben the town she is at present. Paving these afreet will make Suit Lake a big city in loss time than you can think of." Korea on tub hide. A wholesale fruit house ia the latest enterprise. Excavation for the Ontario hotel will begin Id a tew days. Fifteen carload of stone can be han-dle- u daily at the fiuat Side hotel. The Willtnuth Lithographing com-pany will be ready for businoss April lfl. Tho foundation of the new Board of Trade building is being rapidly pushed. The Washington Life Inntiranoe coin- - nny will start a brunch olllce in Suit rake, Kelsev & Gillespie's building at West Templo and Second South will be erect-ed at onco. The Ferl Paper company ot Donver will erect a J.',000 building between Main and West Temple. A large bank building will be ereoted by Grant, Dinwoodey and ot hers west ot the theater. It will have a ii foot front-age. The Second South electric car line Is being rapidly pushed and will bo com-pleted from Sixth Euit to the Itio Grande depot very aoon. The meeting of real es'.ate men at the chamber of commerce tomorrow night should be well attended. A rent estate exchango is badly needed in Salt Lake. The Union Puciflo company haa pur-chased .'1800 feet of the Lake shorn jimt west of the Kimball property for I'iO.iXK). It ia supposed that this object is the avoiding of competition in the bathing business. Colonel W. H. Lott recently bought four rods on Brighton street near Sixth East, for $72)0. TheColonol will build a tine residence on this property during the summer. He is recently from Den-ver. Andrew White sold on Saturday lost sixteen roils of ground on Capitol avenue to II. M. Kellogg, of St. Paul, for8I0,K). Mr. KelluKg whs offered 8UJ00 for his burgain before the deed wna mmle out, and etill they say properly ia too high in Snlt Lake. WAXT TO BE CITIZENS. New York Cliinameii l'ult . in Securing Tluslr Jilebts. , New York, April I. A big poster on a billboard in froct ot 16 Mott street con-tains the following in Chiuese charac-ters: "We, tho undersigned committee, inform you that tho principal cause ot our continued persecution by races who differ from us in language and civilization is due to the fact that we have no voting power, that power hav-ing been unjustly denied us by reason of partisan legislation through political rascalities. This unjust legisla-tion against us has been discovered by us recently to be unconstitutional, and it is our sincere belief also that such un-just dealings with Chinese do not. rep-resent the true sentiments of blue-blood- Americans. We now desire our to unito with us in an effort to present our many grievances in a proper manner before the American people. Thia - important movement needs not only good words, but good money to buck it Let all those who wish to enter thia matter with' heart and money re-port at No. 9 Doyea street." Wong Gong, bead, of the committee who sign the document, said to a re-porter; "J have been living here as an American citizen sixteen years, and lived like bt aldermnn, too. When I went to Igetrtny full naturalization papers the other day, the oHicials at court laughed at me and told me that I bad been born over. again right here in New York. If my parents were Chinese, I could not become a cit-izen. I got mad and have been work-ing hard ever since to get vengeance. If all Chinese whose rights are denied them will join me, we can obtain what we want." Banker Clanson Indicted. ' - New Yokk, April 1. The United States grand jury this morning retu rned an indictment against J. P. Olawson for embezzlement of the funds of. the Hi.xth National bank and for making falsa en-tries. ' j . l AT TlltH IIOTKIJ. Following are the arrival registered during the twelve hours ending at 2 oVlo.'k thj afternoon: Metropolitan C E Morton of th "Hostonlan;" Wilmer Wcely, Philadel-phia. Whiti Hnr W V DitMnhrrv. Pro. vo; Leo llnefell, Ogdeo; (ienriie C Park-inson, Franklin, Idaho; U O I'rv. Den-ver; liii'lmrd Dovr. Omaha; William Watson, Helena, Moot. Oontjnuntal J T Davis, Omaha; A H G.eone, Kra. Idaho; W B Mull, Aroo, Idaho; H Mueller, Denver; Boyd Clarke, Kansa City; Charles B Perry, Topeksi I L Moore, Portland, Oregon; W H Lynch, SMknne Fall. Cliit Hot-an-K- Bottituh and wif. Fort Bndgar; Truninn 8iih"tick and wifw, II C Stinaon and Willinm H Carter, Snn Francisco; T M Sheridan, Oakland; J J Clennon, Chicago; W II Freeland, wife and family, Detroit Vai.i.kv IIuciie M Carroll nnd J mil I. Minneapolis; Mro Went and friend, H'tn Francisco; Charles P'eitfor, Denver; John lim ey, Salida. Cot; LMir Wuttb, InilianMpnlm; llarrv M lirownell, Lebanon, Jnd; T Gordon, Menaltin, Kan; T H Shepherd, St Louis; D M Touiu und Arnold Woetf all, Seattle. CfM.EN HoLne L K Kelley, Rich-mond, Ind; A Poabody, C H Lloyd and A G Mandel, New York; Wood Camp-bell and wife, Detroit; H II Douglim, T H Hood, John H J Just. Tim Farrell tind K H Lee, Pocatello; Ucorgs P Quigley, Cheyenne; E E Bagley, Bim-tt.i- i. Wai.kkr Home T J Wallace, Vir ginia; J VV Fuller, St Paul; J J I.igon, St lyiiiis; Miss Uewsnap. Mr A D Breed and E II Adauw, Now York; George C Squire and wif., St Paul; Mim .Inn G Glenn, J L Glono, Tennewwe: G M lieiiry and wi 'ti, San Frnncisoo: H Ver-hoel-wife and on. Ijouiville, Ky; K T Johnson, Biitrdo. N Y; V V Kaufman and wife and t) II William and wife, Denvor; II Hefner, Seattle. The "City of FarU" Safe. - ' eisstown, April 1. Divers find the en machinery has punched a bole :e bottom of the "City of Paris." ieaks have been stopped to it great it and the water pumped out, eothe iter is upto the usual draught. She je towed to Liverpool The Ciar aud Emperor Wllllnuj. t St. Petersburg, April I. have been made for a meeting be-tween Emperor William and the Czar during the coming summer. The 'Em-peror will attend tlie maneuver t the Russian army at Krasnoe Sheloele.' Labor Trouble In Boon. 1stos, April I. A geieral strike in mlding trades here seems imminent, Plasterers some time ago demanded '! after today eight hours should con-t- e a day's work. The builders' ex-g- e has refused to grant the demand a strike is accordingly expected. The jr and some of the leading citizens 'ndeavoring to bring about a meet-wtwee- n he carpenters and their em-t- s with the view of effecting a com-iis- e. . "Vlo" and "Willie." . f Paris, April 1. Figaro says ; that Queen Victoria will visit Darecetadt, where she will be met by the empress and William for a conference. I THE MILWAUKEE ELECTION. Protestants Battlliift- - the Catholics at the rolls. IUCAUKB3, April 1. A hot contest ii progress over the city election, e tickets are in the field, Republican, locraticand Citizens. The Luther-an-d Catholics forced the Bennett pul6ory education law into the cam-s- i. They demand its repeal and will for no candidate who does not agree them. This aroused the American Protestant elements and they turned PROTECTING IMMIGRANTS. German-Ainerlcau- ii Will Petition Congress In Their Interests. Washington, April I. A great deal of interest is felt just now by Germans all over the country, concerning the fate of all the measures now before congress looking to the restriction of immigra-tion. A convention will be held here next week by Germans for the purpose of considering the best method of pro-tecting the interests of German imm-igrants, wrdch are believed to be im-perilled by the two bills now before the house, and to which the German societies of the country are opposed. The con-vention will be in session three or four days and will present its views by peti-tion to congress, suggesting such legisla-tion as it may deem best. (Chicago Election. There Bre no day. A vote eing cast for aldermen and township ITS. Ton i' Drownetl. yorx, Ills., April l.Grant Adait, 'vile, two year old child and daugh-an- d Elmore Thomas attempted to a Sugar creek in a wagon yesterday, creek was swollen to an unusual :ht ami the wagon capsized. All but Adait wero drowned. A NEW LIBRARY Bl'ILOING. i New York Preparing to Erect a 81500,000 Structure. New Yokk, April 1. The work of re-moving the Mercantile Library to the five-stor- y building at No. 67 Fifth avenue was begun today. All this month will be consumed in transferring the books, and then the work of demolishing tho building will bo commenced. ' On the site of the old structure, which is sit-uated at Astor place nd Eighth street, will be erected a magnificent library buil-,;- ., i ha ir.inam! t vl of archii.oCture will be lalian renaissance. The struc-ture will be seven stories in height. There will be seven stores on the main floor. The principal entrance will be from A&tor place. Tne seventh floor will contain the board, catalogue and librarian's room and the circulating de-partment of the library. The rt iding rr-o- and the reference department will occupy the sixth lioor. The building will be absolutely fireproof and will cost $500,003. SPARKS FROM TILK WIKBS. Kansas Gtv, April I. Tlie- - Kansas state elections are being held today. Chicago, April I. One thousand plumbers struck to day for an advance from 83.15 to 83.75: Albany, N. Y April I. Coniivessman David Wilber, of the2'lth district, died at Oneonta this morning. Glasoow, Ky., April I. Seventeen were killed in Allen county by the tor-nnd- o and four at Litchfield. Washington, April 1. It is estimated that there has been a decrease of in the public debt since March 1st. Loti.svjx.i-E- , Ky., April I. The work of relieving the victims of the tornado ia progressing. No more bodies have been found. New Yokk, April 1. Hugh W. Collen-de- r of the Brunswick Col lender billiard table manufacturing company ..died this morning. . Paris, April 1. C. P. Reinhart, the artist, sailed today tor the United States. Ho intends establishing his permanent residence in New York. Chicago, April 1. The annual exhibi-tion of the Chicago Society of Artists began today. There was it Jarce num-ber of prominent people present at the opening. Woodstock, Ont., April I. Neville H. Pickthall, who mysteriously disappeared about the time liurcholl and party ar-rived in this country, and who was sup-posed to be cannected with Burcbell, ar-rived hero to day. London, April 1. At a meeting of the associated chambers of agriculture, a resolution was adopted deolarlng the relaxation of regulations prohibiting im-portation of American store cattle to be extremely dangerous. Chicago, April 1. Isaac Clements, of Chester, today took charge of the pen-sion oflice in this city as euocecsor to CoL James A. Mulligan. The resigna-tion of Mr. Clements as commissioner of the southern penetentiary also took ef-fect today. La.i Vegas, N. M., April 1. In accord-ance with the proclamation of Governor Prince today is being observed as arbor day io a'l the comities north of Borual-ill- The pupils ot the school !3o planted trees, where practicable, in tho school yards. Washington, April 1. A bill was In-troduced in the senate today providing for the issuing of certificate to all Chi-nese rutddents before June 1, so aa to prevent any more comiag here. All tiiOMj not holding them will be sent out of the country. House Proceedings. Washington. April 1. The house committee oa judiciary reported a res-olution reciting that it Is allrged bv th attorney general that in msny United Stotes district court th practice of sentenced on criminal case pre-vails without warrant, of law, and that in some prUi of the country, United State district atforn'-y- , marshals otid deputies nnd United State commis-sioim- r have beu guilty of maladmin-istration nnd corruption in oflice, direct-ing the committee on judiciary t inquire into tiio ntent of the causo and effect of such illfgul practice. Adopted. The house went Into a romtnittws of the whole on the fortification and appropria-tion bill. C'jsuni'ey Will Speak Again. 'Wsviiae, April 1. Much interest anifested in the unnual congress of Society of the Sons of the American omtion, which will ba hold here this Although the society has been 'Oized but recently it has now a lnrge Wrsnip and on its roster appear the !S6of some of the leading men of tho ,;tr,v- - Chauncey Depew, of New ;i is ex!6ctod to be present and de-rm address. SOMF POINT" TO POMJEIt. Investors Who Are ( inning to Salt Lake to View the (situation. C. IL Scott, of the firm of Hunan A Scott, of this city, returned Saturday evening from a visit to his former home in Detroit. Mr. Scott was accompanied as fur as Denver by J. li. Stirling and J. H. Black, of Detroit, and Jiimes Saun-dor-of Clvelaiid. These gentlemen have ample nifans, made by hard work in legitimate business and not by spec-ulation. They Hie viewing the differort points of interest with a view to invest-ment and will be in Suit Iike in a few days. They are of a desirable cists with whom no figure; and what-ever amount of money they inveet they always stand behind it. Colonel Charles Duport and Jeremiah Faivey, loth Detroit men with money, have written to Mr. Scott that he may expect them to visit Salt Lake in alxut a month, where they hope to find suitable investment. Mr. Scott i almost a stranger hero, and yet hi observation are shrewdly made. He coDsidra Salt Lake a long wjr ahead of any other city of the day in her advance toward greatuws. What is most needed, however, in hi opinion, is more hotel actximodation. People who com here with money, and who alwaya live well, are not liable to put up with sleeping quarter apart from where they get their meals, and with room of verv ordinary appointments for which fabul-ous rentals are demanded. This is true, anJ the sooner our new hotel are pushed to completion the better it will be for the city. Salt Lake City, of all place in the country, can best eupport a monster tinrt class hot!, and it i wonderful that the city ha not long ago com to the knowledge of the fact. Irving Park. Th.s beautiful and sixhtly addition which has just been plscd on the mar-ket is located just thirtten blork from the business center of Kit Lake City, the gtn uud c iming metropolis of the rgion. This property i withm sir blo.k of the D. K. U. W. li. II d,pjt. whfcre, mail probability, will Ije United the grand union d(it. N gotiation are under headway for the n. tension of I he street car hne pet this projrt. liapid transit w.ll be given by the Utah k Nevada railroad. This property, lying nie and high, mtkes ttie drainag perfect, and iti a moet pia-a- nt and healthful site for home. Arte-sian water on the property. Until fur-ther notice, these lots will lx n!d at low price. Parties wishing In avail tUmiwlves of th opportunity of purchasing lot should do so at once La thi beautiful tract. Gallon Pubkins A Osbobn, Kfil Agents, No. 16 East Firt South tret. GouW In Mexico. in of Mexico (via Galveston), April ft is reported that a probable deal made with Jay Gould for the "ilia railroad. The report is doubted w railroad concession is cow in the kls t a European syndicate. An-- . rumor has it that Gould will es-is- h a steamship line from tho United tea to Mexican and Central Ameri-pomt- a. An sg4 English baronet. Sir William Elliott, t the de'eod4nt in breech of promise suit brougiit liy s young widow. j The Freorh people are greatly io- - j censed st the reception giveo Ui Prince ot Waie at Eerhc j No more bodies has been tsksa from the Lmii!lfl ruins. Soow full yeter- - f ibty afternoon, melting as it fail, and j ditmaging eipowd merctaodi to the i etnt of , j tui-e- Victoria i in the oth ot Fram. the Prince of Wales is in Ger-- I many, and Prime Minister Salisbury is j in Ktvters, j Change of Proprietors. !'l'auke, April I. The flour mil-- : Properties, in which the late Ed-- l Sanderson was interested, y maunder the control of a new com-'y- : n;Oed the Sanderson Milling com- - the new corporation has a paid capital of $3o0,000, and W. W. Alcorn ' oamitel Alcorn, Philadelphia capita-- i are heavily interested. MORNING TELEGRAMS CONDENSED. Japan will develop the immense coal mines in the kingdom. Uncut diamonds ore placed on the free list in the McKinley tariff bill. Bismarck held a reception last night at which 3o00 people were present. Gladstone delivered a phonograph message in New York yesterday. Four convicts were killed at Birming-ham, Ala., by a premature explosion yes-terday. English sports believe that Jackson will "do" the great John L., provided they evor meet Cleveland urges denio-crnt- s to stand on their record in the lati house as regards the tariff. Kemmler, the New York murderer, who will be executed by electricity v.Hl meet his fate during the week beginning April 28. St. Joseph's convent at Milwaukee burned last hight. Two young ladies, the mother superior and two firemen were hurt .Butte, Mont, has filed a protest against the admission of foreign ores The board of trade held a meeting laet flight at wiich action was taken. A Lout Hide. Petersburg, April 1. Captain toff, a Cossack oflicer, arrived here 'y "om Bielovetchensk, on the river x'-- which he left lust November on iYTb horse 8 distance from this city English miles. This is the loug-aa- u most difficult ride on record, "oe a part of the journey he experi-'- a wtense cold, but he arrived in J wfidition. ; A Strike Compromised. New YonK, April 1. Tlie bricklayers and employers have compromised on the eight-cou- r demand by the bricklayer working nine hours a day, but getting five cents an hour more, this making their wages S4 05 a day. He WaDti Good Beer. i Washington, April Stew-art has introduced a bill regulating the manufacture, sale and importation of iager beer. Beer containing anything except hop3, malt and water is desig-nated as adulterated beer. The bill im-poses taxes upon brewers and dealers in adulterated lager beer, with heavy pen-alties for failure to take out a license All packages containing the beverage are to be branded "adulterated.' 1 New York )Iuey and stocks. New Yobk, April 1. Bar silver 'ri Stocks are dull and steady, a shade bftter than the opening. Money. Fours coupons. 122; PaciflcrTs. 116: Cen-tral Pacific, 31; Burlington. 107''; Den-ver k Kio Grande. 14 J4: Northern Pacific 31',;: preferred- - North-western, 112': N. Y. Central, lUC); Or. Navigation, !C: Transcontinental,. Pacific Mail, a7'g'; Rock Wand, 92?,; Rt. Louis Jt San Francisco, IG'4'; St. Paul 4 Omaiia, 3!H: Texas pacific. I'Jli; Union Pacific. C2'; Wells Fargo Express, 40; Western Union, 81?4'. TJOCKY MOUNTAIN GENERAL I I b Anrr. 41 Wort ted Sottta He, 1s t Lake. tufclwriua,. W ) U lT !' - f ixnji on lfc tmitu; Cum. W " uu ar I sil rarwiM'littni imrllM Uhoe lmulnrkai;l emiilleaiamiathinatammlmket rtsa, asdl" uJl j cwrf nilj amt li i.roiiw ia out hoe. 1 Inwinl wm' I' tiiim Fitmu. Wt are lb j irvt mrl o ttw, t ea. rwattie Urtii-- , li t'nt Htfeas. I T. i.m ).. Itn. Pwtne Ansae. Lui AjociUm orhce. S KuacS Hdies Street, j hotiei.iti tj. Morruoa Biora. lnt orhee, SM eevtstwata (( - CU or write. j Ogden t reamery Hotter. Better than Llgio. lieceived fresh every day. Botiea A Co., The Leading Grocers. 45 E. First South St. Sprit J novelties in neckwear. BajjT MassaLL M . Co. 112 Main t. t euerjj .liubert Dead. April L General Aubert died aged So.