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-- 1 t' ; DESEllET EVENING "" " - li i i j '. " - - - ii . EVENING NEWS: PubukeJ eeer NEW YORK TRADE. TILL. l three months,;" 75 DESEREtFnEWS: to-da- WEEKLY, rt'BLMHED zvxar wedxksdat. f2 50 SO i .80 three months, -- PCBUSBSO BT j THE DE8ERET NEWS C0. salt The pool, which will endure five Wo into effect September years, will General Fatthern as Comloth, with one of the missioner. This Washinotow, 10. SuperrlalDf? Ar- most Important completes and chitect Bell baa granted the request of ra llroad combinations ever made fu the the If ayor of Charleston that Inspector tipier be permitted to remain an- West. .St ease Brss. other week tn Charleston to assist in the work of examining Into the condiSan Fbancisco, 10 The creditors tion of the damaged buildings. of Bros., dry goods merchants, 10. The night passed whoKeane Charleston, decided y failed 28, quietly. Thare wesa no shocks in the to accept 52August aa a on cents dollar the and with the appearaace of the settlement In full of a'l claims. The city, sun this morning there were renewed firm will resume business. of activity In the work of removsigns ing the debris, and an increased disBin Ball. position on the part of the people to 10. Chicago 14, Detroit 8. Chicaoo, return to their houses. Mayor Co arte Washington, It. Philadelphia 4, nay has seut a telegram expressing his 1. Washington tbanklalnesa for the gift of Srofound W. W. Corcoran, of WashBeaeehlag- fcr Hidden Treasure. raina of yesterday .have ington. The 10. The Time' New Or r Chicago, to effect the shattered walls, leaus ut began Dr. Geo. J. Adams splcial says: was of which fell several Three of Massachusetts arrested here alight shocks were felt In Summerville embezzlement with charged are Relief The Committees yesterday. by a number of persona whom he deat work distributing both provisions frauded oat of money to search' for and money, and their chief concern Is hidden treasure. Adams claims to to prevent the giving of relief to un- have a been physicpiLCtlcing Two hundred and ian in Massachusetts, when worthy persons. the from war broke out he shouldered his musninety tenta were received the government of Mew Jersey. Una ket and 17th joined Cempany "A," hundred and seventy-si- x tents have Massachusetts Volunteers, a portion also been shipped from Ohio. of the command which came with Butler to New Orleans. In the foregoing Hasemai As Co. Aaatasi. of the regiexpedition three soldiers on San Fkancibco, 10. Hoffman & Co., ment entered dwellings Magnolia 19 Batterv fancy dry goods Importers. New miles above 2) fit., made an assignment for the benefit Jilantatlon, right bank of therlver.and oi creditors Liabilities About carried off some $30,000, $1,000 in dolhalf a million dollars. and the rest in gold. Being afraid The assets are stated to be nominally larsenter the city with so much money, the same as the liabilities, and consist to grove about half a reachlng'a pecan of merchandise in stock and $100,000 in on at the Company bank account. The assets cannot be mile lrom the locka Canal, opposite Greenville, or rather ascertained. The aastgnees ara M. the of end the Exposition upper ' a Meyer, George II. Frederick, Arnold grounds, selected tree they O. Stahland Gamp, all of this city. prominent for its size and soms The principal creditors are Daniel tn appearance, which Meyer, of the London and California peculiarities In conspicuous. Bank. I. Cohen, of this city, and others made At the foot of the tree they burled In New York, Cincinnati and Syracuse, the money and then took bearings, one whose names could not be learned. of the being a civil engineer. The firm attribute the failure to the Each of party the three men were furnished general business depression. The im- with a copy of this and the marauders mediate cause of their assignment was returned to Now Orleana, to the inability to pay a draft of $10,000 return after the war and intending recover the presented by E. Cohen. The latter money. His two companions were threatened to attach, and to protect killed and Adams was the remainder of the creditors the firm wounded soon after. Adamsdesperately was taken made an assignment. to a Southern hospital and left It para-iize- d and perfectly helpless. When he llortleaUaral. recovered the use of bis only a Cleveland, 10. The American Hor- month ago, he returned limbs, to New ticultural Society elected officers to- leans and at once began to searchOrfor day aa follows: President, Parker his treasure. He found to his dismay Earle, Cobden, Illinois; ail the older pecan trees had been E. M. Hudson, New Orleana, that cut down and 'only the young trees Louisiana; Secretary, W. W. Bagla, were left, and was consequently unable Green Castle, Indiana; Treasurer, J. to recognize the tree under which the C. Evans, Hart, Missouri. was He devoted himtreasure The nominating committee recom- self, however, burled. weeks to delvtor mended that the time of the next meet- ing for it. A fewthree a ago he took day ing ahould be February 28th, 1888, and several other parties into partnership some point in California the place. It with advanced a better outfit was decided to discuss the location at for him, whothe land and digging for surveying a future session. the burled money: but as he has sucCeloael eUder Start far the Pel. ceeded In unearthing no treasures, his had him arrested WiNNipaa, 10. eol. Glider and his partners Ctoates-av- l Milca' Aatloa: AsfrTM(. Griffith, started for the companion last north pole They will take 10. Official night. disSan the ateamer Princes at S3lklrkand patches Fbancisco, received at The Presidio from to proceed Norway House, and from Arizona say that the War Department that point they will ascend the Nelson has approved of the action of General river and proceed to York Factory. Miles in removing the captured Indians The outfit which thelCoIonel takes with to He directed General Stanhim weighs a ton and half and consists leyFlorida. to of Geronimo and take charge of hard tack, pemmlcan and other other hostlles on their arrival at San amfood, guns, rifles, revolvers and Antonio and hold them there as munition, scientific instruments, hand organ, baublea for the natives, etc. He also takes two sledges, sixteen feet lone and four feet wide. After leaving York Factory. Col. OUder will take as little as possible with him, because of the difficulty of carrying it along. TUB CJUKUTIAMS HUNT GO. Ha relies for sustenance mainly upon game to be secured along his route. Atre!ttoa Stoata-- ! fcjr Watatexl Ztlsss KLmrmrit. TatatejaiaBm. BMstea 10. A. man named Philadelphia. Msir- CkvtetSaMsa eveai Mamdged George Earns yesterday made an affe,eee atavrviaig t idavit before a magistrate that he had Death. been offered $50 by Mrs. Barbara Pressman, widow, to murder a man 10. The Universe publishes a Paris, named Frank G. Glasmlre, and that from the Bishop of Tonquln Wm Conrad and Wm. M. Gardner had telegramthat 700 Christiana havo been endeavored to persuade him to com- saying massacred and forty villages burned In mit the deed. Mrs. Pressman and Con- the Province of Manhoa, and that 9,000 rad were arrested, and at the bearing Christians are perishing of hunger. the former was held to $1800 Satg-aurtwill few ball for conspiracy to murder, and Tate War MiaUate Conrad In $800 as an accomplice. Ebms was placed under $1000 bail as a The Standard prints an interview witEteat. warrants have been issued representative at for Gardner's arrest. Ehma states Mrs. with a Russian Pressman desired to get rid of Glass-mir- e Phlllppopolis in which the latter stated would arrive because he forced his attentions that Prince Dolgoroukg Sofia as aa at envoy of the Immediately his and upon her, persistent protestaRussia would that advocate Czar; were of tions admiration distasteful to amnesty and that the War Minister of her. a be Baaalan. Bulgaria would he authorities ,. Soda, military Telarrapaa SfSfte ordered the release, of an who Saw Francisco, 10. In February have were tor arrested taking part in the last Frank Jaynes, general superintendent of the western Union Co., was revolution. tn the 8obrange inThe subpoenaed to produce before Jndge tend toopposition protest against the Regency,o$ Magalre of the Superior Court certain the ground that It was illegally aptelegrams which had passed between pointed. Russia offered to guarantee Ban Francisco and New York City sent a Bulgarian loan of 1,000,000 roablea. by either of various persons named la Darmstadt,1 10 Prince Alexander the subpoena to any one of the various has arrived here. He was received by persons, on each and evsry day for sev- the Secretary of the English Legation eral successive days covering a period and the proBurgomaster, and at once resif six months. The superintendent to Juganhalm, his father's refused to search for or produce the ceeded telegrams and was committed for con- dence. By a writ of habeas corpus and tempt of ceShrari, the proceedings of the Conrt nave been reviewed and Superior BRIEF TEIJEQBAMJi. reversed by tha Supreme Court and ordered from cUsehsrged Supt. Jaynes aVTbe Georgetown, Texas dispatch custody, wife murderr says t lrvla Murray, the A Bad Heue, er, was hanged here y. kSg S. P. CnxTESNB, Wyoming, JO.' The Czar Is sojourning in Poland and HarJan, night telegraph operatorJor will not return to the Russian capital the Union Pacific Railroad at Bock for three weeks yet. Springe, Wyoming, deserted his office and carried away two Press censorship is rigidly enforced at 2 a.m. bags of coin and a large package of at St. Petersburg. All Incoming And currency. The amount stolen Is prob- outgoing telegrams are most merciless ably $1,000 or mere. Harlan Is 29 years ly sifted and mutilated. old, five feet ten inches high, rather The stoiy that Soto, ex President of heavy set, square shoulders, bronzed and Zaldtvsr, face, dark brown hair, and Is slovenly San Salvador M Honduras are working for the In appearance and gait. Two fingers ot the Central American of the right band are contracted. The unification reaffirmed. is States, a will offer liberal reward company lor bis capture and the return of the The Aztec Fair, established and col . money lected by the Orrin Brothers and Mr. Nicnolsof the City of Mexico, passed BteaaUaaa CeteawmStoia. through El Paso yesterday on the way 10. y was the to Boston, where they will give the Pa., Reading, 103d anniversary of the incorporation people of the United States Illustraof Reading iote a borough lc 1783, and tions of the inside life ot Mexico. The and the occasion was celebrated with a fair contains a large number lof nabanquet on Flying Hill near here given tives, who will illustrate the different under the auspices of the Kloppertbal branches oi native Mexican ma us r Clob. a social organization which has tries. also been in existence 103 years, aud is probably the oldest social club in the country. The festivities were partici- HEALTH - HINTS, AND OTIIE H pated in by about 70 gentlemen. Among THINGS WORTH RKMEM- - j the distinguished guests were ex Senator 61 Cameron, 8trong, BERING.' '"''j I' the U. S. Supreme Court, and Hartranft. " COMP1LSD BY- AfAC. " far-reachi- ng 1 00 with-Postage,- : - zaxx crry. gtah. to-da- CHICAGO TRADE.; This powdeT Tarlea. A Mora purity, strength and wholesonaaeaa. economical than the ordinary kinds, aad Minnot be sold in competition with the mot Utudca of low test, short welcht, alum oe phosphate powders. ROYAL Hold only in cans. Biaisa POW 01s:of theTvrirrrxvT.iSs First Class Btt rv, AITAEDEB N.w Vortt. ; Industrial and Cotton Uncial Exposition, New Orlear 18S4 and 1S39. Oec e, snaTarus ; fKxtracts from Jurors' Reports to tho Board 4 of Awards.) For rollectiTe DUplay of Toilet Soap anl Perfumery, For Fancy and Ordinary Toilet Soaps. . For Excellence of Material, Delicacy of Per- fume, and Neatness of;9tyle. For Zenithia Shaving Soaps. For Laancfry Seep Specialties. For Excellence and Superiority of Lanndr? Harness, aad Medicinal Tollei Soaps. Highest and only Award for Chemical Pure Glycerine. JAS. S. SI-GQ- Spool Cotton roa & COMP'Y. KIRK Z. O. F. MAYER & CO., CHAMBER SUITS, SIDEBOARDS and BOOK CASES, (a Walaat, Cherry lad America Makofeay, Our Goods faetar.r SALB AT WHOLESALE CHICAOQ. art on 8ale la all the Principal tores in the country. RD dlv I. 3X. BRINCKERHOPP, TURNER & CO, 109 Dnavara Ht Sew York. Manufacturers of and Dealers tn COTTOB' Sail Duck, " WoodbeiTy," Druid MUJs "i'oLiiEUUS" and other, favorite brands, s nnmlKira Hard, Medium and Soft. THCB3 OUCK FOR aVEBALLS.BLliE JBGWX.OB 11 Cotton Canvass or all numbers It i and U) E.Ccater,POHIE, Library PllUr Iitu of aja,AltcaeaBrakfaat A Coauaoa Eateaslon TABIJKSI. Hat Racks and Whatnots, Street, Chicago. Goods can bo found at the Cr nit ore Uo. and other Dealers at Salt ly inches wide, for Deck, Car, Trunk m Wagon Covorlnfrs, Alacbine Aprona for other iiirosea, constantly in store ami made to order. Agent Jor U. S. Bunting Co., "Standard and Eaale," by tha Case ar lese quantity These Goods uo bs obtained at Z. 0 M. L IIS to 221 South Clint oa iDSCIT & LsU H. BKOCKSCHM IPT. MKUXB. HEDIR saaaaaaall 2 feHaaaaa BROCKSCHMDT, Waoletale Dealers la (,aiS -- aaa ; aTBaaa ll If 5a a - iaSjSi, Jjjj3 g S BS.2.afS Cabinet Harflware, 178 BANDOLPH STREET, t3HIOA.GrO, H.1L. Wolfe, PattonA Co., idtVcv ry UafTTBIK STAR HORSE SAILS, POLISHED OB BLUED, from the Beat Norway Iron, Flnlahed Already to drive, by the CFION LTORTB NAIL. CO., V':.raieHS.a'.'P- ' QTrTCAQ-O- Jt,. Fe Bate by S. 2raaeh Store. s - i AfaaaisaSarsra tt OJ at. 1 end esaW Jisalsie aa i 3f Ask for the Corraarateit Hteve Pip Elbow. 1 Best fives t.ia and meet? with Quick sales. incnrnn, , PITTSBTTEO-H- Cun-inuglo- u FOBEJOjb PAS U.WDLECiSilfvARP PntsfiSS THADB ay Z. C. SI. I. SOLE AUKXTS. Can be ob tiiiiied at all their branch stores throughou' the Territory. dAs alt OVERLAP HOUSE, eprtetM. ItTisuiata lao, test JOSKl'll E. TATLOIt, -- v. wisnwrTBiiHT. , n. 111 CLin CITEIEl r CQFF155 a. a fan um , k. HB C1SIET5. a Air-ttcf- ar 1. tenw-contro- 3oinrnr lvauf iamjii Aapi ooaataafly em aaao. Telephoaa and TalefTaph Ordcra prompt - Bediea preeerred fa thetr aatoral aca . aUUoa, arttktoeiaaxtaa eharfew VTPWfVAT AV9 Qrnr Keems, tiitety aaiirars rtraa osjate wuaas, uai the nreaent aeaana. T 1'l The siIh twin nf content rrt vii A1J orders mby tote graph or telephone, day amicably djTiaed by giving the, Misirylajht. will .wveiva prompt attention. souri Pacific four per cent, in the pool terms rousnnaia. ; ik;v iJr on through business,1 and awarding Kerer Closed. Tabjphona Ko. 891, Omaha two percent. The Kansas City, Joseph 4 Council Bluffs is award23 S. Weak Temple Streets St. ed six per cent, of the gross earnings , JI o j Oaa and a aalt tlockj Eaat of TadAtra j j"-.TalapkaaallATO.- 'TAY1-0B- , IDWAJID txtrt . , ar tanoa eOfttea ta aaadtaji I ';-(- -- ' j0c i I ii n vL..-- ' ""' - one each day. iS'unmr Complaints. The summer of children, which carry complaints off so manv thousands of little ones, especially those below live years ot age. are almost wholly clue to bad little children meats feeding. Feeding and vegetables, and all sorts of each articles as are found on the table in most families, is in the highest d giee Many times Injurious to children. these articles are fed to little ones whose digestive organs are not prepared to dispose of starchy food of a ay sort, particularly starchy vegntablej iooa xoorr. H. DIIWOODEY, his eacceptionally larg and complete tins of public generally, to mmm or Atriving Daily in JSaeh Department, y; It! it lis III T XfcoMy .J-healthy oM.--W- e - i "Abraham Lincoln," said Judge Kel-leof Pennsylvania, who i the father of the House of Representatives, "was the most patient man in the details of life I ever saw. He was the only President we have ever had, and piobaoly ever will have, who knew Dotting ol the common autocracy of publicise. He ws.8 the only man we f vtr had at the White House who would go back of the wishes of persons and examine their real wants. I , remember an incident In connection with the war which Illustrates what I am trying to say. It Is not proper for me to use names, but the story goes: It was at that when early period In the rebelllou and conspirators were being arrested and imprisoned by the wholesale. A letter written Upon a printed sheet of paper, giving the business of a prominent firm of merchants of New York and containing Incendiary language towaid the Union, fouud its way into the hands ot a government official In the South. The declarations were penned by a traveling man, who the firm mentioned in the represented letter-heaThe result was the arrest of the prlneial member of the firm on the charge of consplrsrcy against the Government. The letter was signed in such a way as to make It perfectly clear who the author was, and, of course, suspicion bore heavily upon the firm mentioned. He Is a man well known y, ons-pec- ts u. JP EOiAi-LT'Y- ! runiTfCT im unci pun.nr nrcicss isn nnmniscc lULLniLoi Riiu muui uiiuiul uluiuuu ntiu uuluuuiu WALLPPERS! d. In New York Men were helu in prison at that time on the slightest suspicion suspicion in fact more slight than this one. The wife of the merchant came to a friend of mine in New York Immediately after the arrest of the husband, and equestek him to-da- y. tm communicate with President Lincoln the fact that her husband had been arrested for somethlag for which he was in noway responsible. My friend addressed a note to the President, telling him that the man under arrest was not guilty of the misdemeanor even In a collateral or the most remote way. The wife came here; it was 11 o'clock at night wheh she arrived. At the depot she told the cabman to drive to the White House. The driver exwith her, and told her it postulated was of no use to call at the White House at such a late hour of the uint. She said It made no difference, she wanted to see Mr. Lincoln, and tnat be must drive her Immediately to the Executive Mansion. When she presented herself at the entrance to the White House it was midnight. EveryThe cordon cf police thing was quiet. very strong at that time, turned out in full force. They would not listen at first to her entreaties to be admitted to the White House. Finally she prevailed upon one of the officers to Uke th) letter of introduction sue had to President Lincoln, who was then A minute after the President asleep. had been awakened bis voice was beard lu the corridor on the upper floor. He held the letter in his band and the tremor upon It indicated his feeling. . " 'Mrs. . this case demands immediate action,' said Mr. Lincoln. MX you will take my arm we will go immediately to Secretary Stanton.' Across the lots at a rapid pace went the President and the lady. Stanton was aroused from his slumbers, shown the letter by the President and requested to release the prisoner. He wrote a dispatch and handed it to Mr. Lincoln, and said he would attend to the matter further In the morning. a'Llke a lucky boy.the President with the lady started toward the downtown hotel. It was 1 o'clock In the morning, Washington was filled with revolutionists and would-b- e assassins, yet Mr. Lincoln never faltered and seemed not to comprehend his danger. When he arrived at the hotel with the lady oa his arm he told her to go to her room, sleep soundly, return to New York In the morning and that her husband would meet her on the dock. The lady could not believe It, but Mr. Lin cdln assured her that such would be the case. The President then went to the telegraph office, filed .the message; which demanded the unconditional release of the prisoner, and Ireturned to the White House alone. Sure enough, when she alighted from the ferry at New Terk the next day, her husband was there to embrace her. I am in clined to believe tbu millennium will come before we shall have another President who would do such an act as this." American. .BaJWwGre A nali ted and found 1 maia" JaW" tVj-- AsaaaAaasaaaaasaasaaaaaaaaaVsaaBaaaaaaVa IT. TiLE LAItOEST AND MOST COMlLJETI5 STOCK IN UTAH. mi 0BM5 OF PUIS HBO OEGQRftTiVE Linole urns PAPERS. WALL LinoleLims ! ! THE BEST MADE. OIL CLOTHS, BUGS and HATS, IN NEW AND VERY DESIRABLE 8TTLES. : CURTAINS CURTAINS ! IN ALL THE LATEST STYLES. UpholsteryWITHand Drapery Materials, TRIMMINGS TO MATCH. LIVE GKESS PRIME Irce K FEATHERS AND DOWN. S IE ID X I &I ot Choice, Warm BuAHKKT 8 , Cheap. PUlow Slips and FEATHER &p8. Sto-?-k iniESSES! amBESSES! BEB LOIHEES! Also, PUlowi, BEO LOBSEES! Including the BEST BED LOUNGE IN AMERICA. GOOIS EOME-MAJD- fi LARGE STOCK ALWAYS ON RAND A tmCaU and, examine mii Goods hefore turchti JEverv article wilt be sold CHEAP am the CHEAPEST. Wholesale and Ketail. ing elsewhere. ' DSNAG5DEY, Ij 37 to 43, First 3oulh Street W.j 8. a wakk ui. m itvn I iiiin UI VEN ORDjif K5 Wf t 'r City. and TBIMI1GS CLOTH By the Yard. The Trade Supplied. ib Sample jPa7iion Xlate 'an& JluUs fof Selfji easurement malU mdto anp address ion a2plieation &&J!&&2&i - W3s ass free ' frfem Red Star Cough Cure. poison, ve, eeats.. immense Stock In all Us Newest Styles, Including FOLDING BXDS, for adultsf and children. An .1 a. Twenty-fi- " ,1 ' 1. ',' .'.A ,f. .' 4 is only a, Dart of beautv TAILOES but it is; .part. Every hcty may haw : it at Uast, vWt i35 s. Him ST. Opposite looks 11 53 ; it. Magnolia Balm ; larth freshens and - !terpoa,:$ " beau ti fiei v City. DAVID DIVIDEND notice; Orricx of; ; Caxaax Co orxsuxiva Stock CoiurAitt . Gaoson, Utah, Sept tb, 1880. ' ; . a. 5 i. ; O TOOKB OLTJKKS O 1 CJAXAAtf 3 CO. notice of It, or ments, and KDWIN .Q. VrOOlXET, less regards ft than his loner wora ,;clothes, perhaps is more careful of his (. ... v, i Secretary. tbeir remembering price: -garments, costs him nothing, and ESTABLISHED 1174. coming to aim at o easy rate, be values It accordingly, and hath little regard to keep It; Is never truly sensible of what be enjoyed, until fee finds D5ITED the want ef it by sickness t tbea health above all things, is earnestly 7desired ; and wished for. 4 wist code hsf health. The laws which relate to Individual IUt8T..;0LaSS- health may be concisely summed np as ORDER.5 ' 1JADI ,s lonowa;.:. , 1. . 'Breath only pure air. ; PERFECT FIT CUABAWTE1D. 2. Drink only pure watr, " 8. Eat only pure food. STill Cormpdac to U. O. TAILORS, ajunicienji , .muscular exTjke Cotutitution fivitdtng. ercise, 5. PraaarvA M)nM tt1tnt ... ' Discipline the mind by proper GAJtBT FULL' USES Gt-- t . mental excerclse. ; T. Take proper rest and recreation FELMU, G USII, SC0T( U, auu aumcieat steep. 8. Restrain the passion and rover a Asm ij n.f,., i the emotions. 9. Give due attention 1 to personal DOMESTIC 1, GOODS.! t ' ' T cleanliness." " ' iu. Be temperate ii ; ." tt Xft'. ft. all things. BUITS F2X03I PROVO CLOTII AS uvuw siuva us; w carneoi out ana CnKAP AS TUC CII2APEST. distributed over th sir face of the so gruuua wiuejy i&ai evaporation wll aucxjv reader them innocuous. I. OTPOSXXX E.O.M.L. 8. U CTTT. VSXB. ... .1 . jr.. Att ti ' 0iA.J9 .; i .:. i . it. . e j bouse' is, tha one thoroughly penetrated and purified by the hygienic rays of the sun. in the houses of the weathler classes, says the Sanitarian, there Is too much luxury and elaborte. neaa.of furnishing and ornamentation: and sanitary precautions are made to give way to the multiplied artificialities ot existence. Our civilisation Is becoming overdone. The tendency sbeuld be toward greater simplicity. ! The custom of surrounding - dwell lags too freely with trees ana shrubbery, as often seen in village and conn. try nomes, is a most pernicious one i ana in wese asm p ana sunless rooms, it is no wonder that phtbtals, rheumatism, and malaria find a fertile :1atmoa. TB. phere fpxtheiTsource development. nervousAnornef" ness 'and lowered la vitality,, connection with Insefflcient tene the extreme tllatlonris degree to. vtbich ytf bouses . riicea f business, theatres, cliufcne j, hotels and railroad carat lire overheated ta winter. Taia custom alone la sufScieat to prevent from ever becoming a robust Americans people.- ;.: f j, fnfaU&U k Kecipu. Tot preserving the complexion, temperance j tor whit nlng the hands, honesty; to remove stains, repentance i for improving the sight, observation for Improving the m- Lincoln's Kindness. Abrahai - i.t of hi frUnds and th Wishes to call the attention and other farlnacious foods. Children who are fed properly, bathed every day and given an abundance of exercise, will not be likely to suffer from bowel complaints. For io Learn to Live Healthfully. cents, I will send to any artdtese 25 four page Tracts on health topics, and a llett of Health Publications. D. M. McAllister, 68 Centre Street, Salt Lake City. out-of-do- 240. I , Health-- " NO. have eperatlvethe8tock Company, who Ii$iffriwffi&ovt Xfealt. An old received due them ' 1or the aroney wfYter has quaintly asked : "Who is not Lft Meads, ef tea per' cent.- each; dehe that valuea health at the rate it is Two clared November 1S85, and July Slat. r&a illQwi(f eitrscts are from a worth f Not he that hath It : be recions 181, respectively, Stb, will pleaae apply to me common .ordinary enjoy- Secretary at the yeaspaay'a Office f or said magazine monthly entitled; - Qoo4 it among thetakes-littl, dirideaus. - la iaa CUy a4 tka Saat tlM LM aat iaf . ? - ex-Justi- AeeeauaedaUeM Ckarged this plan is adopted, the garden Phcul 1 be divided Into three or four areas, which should be used successively, - : -- to-d- ay DET1LLII, . To-da- Chicago, IS. The Western Railway aesstoa Managers after a three-day- s' asp Open Day aad ta reaching the baslg araaioara succeeded aaas te amd frem Depetav.sTlg, of a compromise and reorganising the Western JTretgbt Association, Two nave been the rramlnen, obstacles JOSEPH TAYLO Chicago 4 Northwestern to pool Its range cattle business orighw inating in steetern Nebraska and Wyoming, and the demand of the Missouri 3i.ll.-i.- .. Pacids that by reason of its Lincoln, Nebraska,! extension, it should be awarded a share of the through business. The first was- settled by virtual, ly conceding to the- Northwestern its point. This wsa done by removing the I Undertaf, Funeral Olrtetor ansl Western boundary line of the range ; i ... j cattle pool as it formerly existed runmbalmr.,; ning north and south through ValenA full Una of iTine Cloth, Motalllo aa tine, Brady Ialand and Indlanalo, Neted'jrood Com ns and Caskets. ak Cases and Caskets. slas. braska, to Laramie City and Doe l A complete stock of Burlftl Rohca and TJ This gives the yorth wee 'line1 aertakeA Uoode or eory descrUtia sropt of all St the cattle ott Us r , west of Norfolk toshipped aoffjUiatly on niad. ..... Wort Fetterman, , Black or White Hearses. Bodies preeerred j without lea for any from which it will exact local rates aad not report business to any pool. ( eugth of time, r y.j. auenUoa (rlrea to embalining. As both the Union Pacific and Burlingt ta aa ! , ?5 P5?TO Dejaiar , to-d- ay ex-Go- x the presence of an acid. ' Experiments have buowb that even so small a quantity of vinegar as one part in g.000 appreciably diminishes the action ot saliva upon starch. One part in 1,000 renders it very slow, and twice the latter quantity artests it altogether. From this It is evident that vinegar, salads, and other preparations in Which, vinegar U used are . unwholesome, especially when taken with farinaceous food, such as bread and other grain preparations. .There is a popular notion that by the use of vinegar a In flesh may be tendency to iuerease antagonized. The physiological fact that fat is largely' formed from the starchy elements of grains and vegetables, rather supports the popular notion; but this method of reducing weight should not be encouraged, as the loss of flesh is secured at the ex ' pense of good digestion. There is more poison in a CUP of strong tea than lu $ glaaa 'of ale of peer, and yet many persons who sup to be good temperance pose themselves people, are trying to fight the drink demon with the fictitious strength of strong tea and coffee. Death from Decayed Meat. The death of the late mayor df Omaha, from eating chicken which had been by freezing, and after being preserved thawed out bad become slightly talntl ed before being used, baa called public attention W tbef qt that i theWse of tatBfoijfcat is 1 tar highest degree dangerous. The process of decompo sition in meat develops poisons known as ptomaines. Cooking does not de stray. these 'poisons. It is probable that msny mysterious cases of illness cause. Sickness from are due to this meat, and from cheese eating canned are also attributed to the poisoning, same class of poisons. national Dress. "The requirements of a perfect dress are: 1. yieedam of movement; 2. No pressure over any No more weight part of the body than is necessary to warmth, and both weight and warmth eauall distributee; 4. Quick changeability; 6. Grace ahd beauty combined with comfort aad convenience r 0. Not departing too conspicuously lrom the ordinary dress of the time. J H Maxim Clothing sould follow the natural Hnes q( th fcwtft l . IT 1ra. XTft5X3 I B. Va.. MAINSTREET mnniH m im Salt Lake City, Utali. W. A. PTTTi Pr Maaarsasarar as 1" Vinegar and indigestion. It Is the business of the saliva to digest starch and by its alkalinity, to stimulate the secretion ef the gastric lulce in the stomach. It is well- - known that the saliva Is unable to act upon starch la snuff-bo- i TXIE s. x. ent WHITE AND COLORED. For sale by Z. O. It. I. Uranrli stores. . ay. to-da- Barnes A Imtm, kfeasra. Allen ft Co., A Co., Clark, Eldredge A Co. dAs alt . nt, ! For sale at Z. O. M. I. and its Itranoh stores. Sears A Liddle, Oodbo, Puts Co., tMiAHuiaui .tsaV I f-tarter baktng-powdet- , 41US1V or itxbt BUCK TIPS 3 , Mad ng baking-powder- y. to-d- disease-produci- ng er 10.-rT- Will hold a shoe ea Longer than an) ether. We guarantee one Nails to be Equal in Quality and Durability to any made. . . a Upholsterers' Goods. - health-destroyi- ay Vice-Preside- to-d- aitd TO- y, Haw-i-fbl- e B a"y- es ' to-d- to-da- Soapmaken, Ferfamera, Chemists, by Tint y. to-da- Pure. Absolutely aevar atarrel at World's taken. QCITEaua. LUUIUB, Patent Medicines . The truth Is, when want to people consult the doctor, theyand get the worth of their money, they want it in something they can see, taste and smell. In short, In something that will do them good : and their idea of that is, something that will make them sicker before they are allowed to get better. If they do not get it from one doctor, they will from another. Falling to get it, or wnat is more likely, getting too much, they abandon the doctors, and take to Medical 'Kennedy's "Warner's Safe Kidney Dlscover,,, and Liver Cure." or "Lydia Plnkham'a Compound," or some other nostrum put up lu a quart bottle, advertised In an almanac, and for sale by all drugclsts. The extent to which these and the many kindred nostrums are used among all classes of people is appalling. High and low, rich and poor, educated and uneducated, servant girls and sewing girls, lawyers, Judges, ministers and, 1 am sorry to say.some-timdoctors, voluntarily tax themselves to build palaces, steamboata and pleasure-yacht- a, and to buy fast horses and bulldog pups tor the millionaire proprietors of these and nostrums in almost every city in this country. Baking Powders and Digtio. Eastern professors are making experiments upon the influence of baking-powdupon the digestion, the result of which is thus given by the ScUntijle American: "Elaborate experiments on the effect ot the residue, left by s, on gastric dicertain gestion, showed that the digestion of albumen by gastric alee was greatly retarded by the residue which would be left made by cream Besides rethe digestlou of albumeu, it tarding was observed that the tartrate residue rendered the mass liable to f ermentlve changes." J"af Produces Dypepia One of the most pernicious tendencies of modern cookery Is the use of fried foods of every description. Fried meats, fried eggs, fried vegetables, fried bread, dough-nut- s and similar combinations of melted fat and other food substances, are exceedingly harmful articles of diet we can hardly call them food; for their only virtue consists In staying the cravings of hunger at the expense of the digestive organs. The gastric Juice has but little more action upon fat than has water; indeed, fat undergoes in the stomach no change which answers to the digestion of other elements of food, and its presence interferes with the action of the gastric juice upon other loods. la very consequence, digestion proceeds occaslowly, if at all, and the delay sions lermentive and putrefactive changes which render the article still more unfit for nourishment. It is the indigestiblllty of fat, and this property ot delaying the digestion ot other food substances used in combination wltn it, that render pie cruet, puff paste and all varieties of pastry so unwholesome that even their name has come to be almost synonymous with dyspepsia. A Queer Preucription.'. Dr. Lyman Beecber used to tell an amualng story about his aunt, who used to say to him, when he bad a souf stomach after eating pie: "Lyman, go into the milk room and get a piece .of cake ; you dfta't look well."! Quite equal to the above is an anecdote related ot an elwho derly New England gentleman, at night, enupon returning home late tered the pautryL as was his custom befoie retiring, in search ot pie and cake. Finding iioue, he awoke his wife, who had already retired, and in tones of severe reprobation exclaimed; "Mary, II am greatly sur- find no pie or cake In the Erlsed to What would yon do if some one ahould be sick in the night?" Killed by a Snnff-BoThe great Napoleen died shortly after middle life in exile at St. Helena, and, according to Rev. De Witt Taimage, "one of his doctors said that his disease was Induced by excessive snuffing. The hero of Austerlltz, the man who by one step of his foot in the centre of Europe shook the earth, killed by a : , SEPT. 11, 1S80. EVENING, to .. . " ' keep away foctty; a beautiful ring, the food circle. Tbrae) SUclkt Bheehs foil stt Hanaaaaao villa FsUIlaijr Wavlla, Ete. Klwir. six moataa, voice, civility; in the Council Bluffs local pool. 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