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SBCOXfl EDITION
FKACMEXTS
MiBcnrr liMJS > l ave ZadiMs
anJ Il3ael almanacs for IS9
flit liW wit of e li Lowe vs
Jh Silt ie JleraM Avas again Iu
ttiRn toJay Kfru Judge Zauc
< inJajuy
i llc Iolicc Court today Charles
Diigrn II Walters and O G
iJunrk were a essed the u nal I
fine for Iving drunk
Till jnrty who lost a parcel con
Uiuingau overcoat and one other
I tiling on the State road csn ob
um lib prepcrtjrTjiy applying nt 12S
Wg tlink
vu4 sixth South SteeL
THE i ° P ° ° E the Ninth i Ward
lurtni completed their new school i
iou e Cuntcmphtc having a social
jiitty tomorrow night at 73 on
iiirli occasion the hole vard are I
invited to be present I
THIS aflenioon a man named
Malin riding in the Twelftli
V1rLI fell from Ilis dray near the
Council Ifoujo corner Ito was
arried Into Sanders t Cos hide
rarcou oand carej for lie lid
been driiikiug
WM HEAVERS
llt iircliiuinary
ex
r amination for a5IlIlt with intent to
kill Edwin Kelly last night Is to
take jilaco tomorrow lie is charged
with having pre ntcl a pistol at
Kellys head several times ana
J threatened to shoot him
The Carp far C min
I A M Musser Esq received n
telegram today stating that the carp
car would reach lararnie
on Satur
lay next Iud notifying him to
Il1Lt it then
Applicants
p for
or carp
I shoultllreJ13Te to receive Ulcm Ul
flrt of lJext Week I
A Crave Charge
Today John II Howard and Eliza
3vcrett Were arrested on a charge
of adultery They were taken be
fore Commissioner 1ratt and gave
SIOM bonds each for
or
appearance on
Th
Monday h The complaint Is made
by I ivclls husband who
claims that his wife has len him
and gone to livoivith MrHowanls
family
A Stray Molasses JHJI
Uruthcr K Stevenson states that
If the parties who borrowed with
out permission a molas mill
weighing 2313 iounds from his
r nlJ Bi CM nwooa Ward
lonwo
tihi call at US I First West Street
fcaltr ikc Cty they canalc fur
iitehcil some bolts belonging to
the same Otherwise anvooo Sly
ins information relative to the
strayed mill will IKS te
ftrCI mi wi II suitably r
warded by the
owucr who
te olucr mourns
its absence mours
Death of G D Keaton
Jlr A E Hyde has received a
dispatch from litirekn Utah in
forming him that George D Keaton
diedat that place this morning
1111 moring
INo parliculara hro gicn The do
ceased had been employed 3 tc
keeper for the Bullion Dek bk
Champion Mining Company for
reveral years lie was an old red I
dent of Utah and n at one lie
connected with the business de
partment of this onicc Brother
Keaton was a good citizen and faith
ful intlcrday Saint fit
Well Disciplined
SALT IIAKE CITY Xovemlicr20
18S9 Coirc KiJenco of the DKS
Jll SEw Themarching club
of the fifth district prcscnteil quite
a lively and pleasInSFpeclacIcwhile
drilling last evening In the neigh I
ncgh
torhood of forty persons many of
whom carrying lighted torches
inarched and
nmrhe countermarched
coulerrchlll up
ap I
and down ant around the various
t lilocks keeping itep with tho Ynro
of the drum corps and going through
their various mllibry manouvrcs
VRlhiiKiortluptaUe from their ad
mirers PUTJI WARDER
A Strange Case
A correspondent of the Ogden
Sawiard furnishes that taper with
nn account of a strangccasc About I
ten days ago I gentleman saw a hu
nan body lying on the railroad
track near Willard A train was
npproaclitng and the gentleman
had barely time totemovo the body
w Inch
was that of a young nun
apparently still alive though un
conscious Tlmhuul was cut all
onehlp wasbmiseil The insensible
man was conveyed t a house near
by here ho lay in a comatose
tate for several l1 when he re
covered consciousness He tells I
sensational story of being followed
from Freemont ebmska by three
men who he says wanted to rob
anti perhaps murder him but can
Sivc no account n t how he was
hurt lids a young German has
jnlt
been in this country three ycarsand
Rives his name as Elwlu Condon
tale Antelope County Xebmska
He I 1 probably insane k
Deaili of a Promising Lad
At midnight last night George
Alma Whitaker son of the late
KUkr Thomas W
ilerThm and of Elizabeth
Whilaker died at the family real
deuce
at Ccntrcvllle Davis
enC Ccntle County
after an illness of three weeks tbe
ili casethat carried him ofT being
lyphoidpneumonia The deceased
was born March erth 1S7C and he
was therefore his fourteenth yean
He was a lad of much promise hay
ing a decidedly intellectual turn
AlKMit two hours before he breathed
his last he W3 up and about and
convening cheerfully with his
mother s that his death came not I
withstanding his sickness at a time
when i was not expected Imme
diately before he drew his last
breath he exclaimed Motheratnl
expired with that endearing word
upon his lp Much sympathy Is
felt for the l > red widow and the
rest of the family Deceased who i
the only one of a timily of twenty
children carried off by death is
brother to John M Whitaker steno
grapher of this city The funeral
service will Ire conducted aLl oclock
tomorrow November 22nd at Cen
trcvllle
Political Notes
The ninth marching club will
w1
meet nt 6 oclock this evening for
drill at the usual place
The Seventeenth Tcoples club
Will meet at T30 this evening cub
J > Houtz ihKj will speak A full
attendance is desired spk
The Twentyfirst Ward political
club hold their regular weekly meet
Ing this evening at Uie usual et
The Fifth political club marching
men will 1 meet for drill on Thursday
evening i Nov 21 at J7h A full
and punctual attendance of all f
members Is requested ni
There will L a meeting of the
iVoplcs political club of the Jsiuth
VarJ Uns evening at7W AH
who are interested in the Al
intle organiza
lion te ornlz
101 are invited to attend
A G W03L1KV Secy
Troop A City Guards will meet
tomorrow
Friday at 4
Frdy jm on the
Tetthrd to
Telthwr Ur A full and
Prompt attendance is dtslrej
ATMJZO Vouxo
Captain commanding Troop A
The
b0hJ Scandinavian political club
hl1 their regular
oeir wefklrmceting
In the eklmctng
tarelleat SCial Hal last night An
Itrogramncs had been
JVentfltosrammc
e Jld pen pre
lr anti a rouslus time was had
J = y
p meeting was nddressed by Jno
Oblaj t 1
ObIJ ia G Johnson and J 1
I atatondin The atumdanC < was eo large
lntlin s room could
scarcely
5 eiutainetj rm Sreel
bliue llercafler the meet
Ii tle Ilt
YtT i be beltlln the Thirteenth
srh m
weeUug Jjouse I
1
a
PRESIUEXT lEO i Q CAKXOX
Called Jl I TvDIcson J ha1lisiln as a
Witness
TODAYSJiROCEEDINGS BEFORE
JUDGE ANDERSON
The Court Snjr the rie Will Not
be Closed Till Mr rrnroe
nhN
Tlils morning there n another
largeaUendanceofautlMomions
and a few Mormons nt the City
Hall where Judge AnJersoun
brauch of the Third District Coirt I
b making its Inquiry with referen
t tho eligibility of Mormons for
citizenship
LeGraml Young stated to the
courtthattbocaseof the defense was
through with the exception of a lit
Oc documentary evidence awl the
testimony of two or three witnesses
one of whom Was sick He wanted
to knowhowever what the court
proposed to do with Mr Tenroses
testimony
Dickson objected t thecasc being
Lill
closed till ilrreuroso should
co tl onl an
swer The striking out of his testi
mony was not sufficient
The court said tlta the case would
not be closed till Mr Pcnroseshould
answer whatever time that might
require and us t tIle applicant
Moore it would be kept open till
sir rcnttfrescrossexamluatlonwas
completed
LcGranJ Young thought that the
most the court should ask was that
his testimony should be stricken out
The defense wanted it In If all
J al
the objectors want Is crossexamina
lon they could have done so with
out referring to Mr Penroses
rern t Penrl pri
pr
vale matters Their whim
Yll ulel Ter should
not b allowed to block this Whole
case because the wine would not
publicly stthlfanlly nflm The
defense Ing wanted to know their Eland
IngCcUrtMr
Court Mr Penroses testimony
will not be considered till ho sub
mits to crossexamination
1eGranJ Young raid they wanted
loJntroduce thus documents referred
refe
to by Mr Penroso n evidence
Baskin said there would be no ob
ob
jection j to hat
H W Young offered In evidence
a letter of Cal Steptoe and several
other United States ofllcers and
officials recommending Brigham
Young for reappointment hs Gov
ernor and rt testifying to his firm ad
herence t the ConstItution of the
Unit States
The court on BasUns objection
refused admit 11
R W Young then readan extract
from the dedicatory prayer of the
KIrtland Temple asking that the I
principles uf the Constitution L
csbibllihcd on this land forever
MrMqyle offered Baskins state
ment made Jan 21 1S70 before
the House Committee on Territories
tories
Bakin denied having made it
Moylt Doyou deny jt
Baskin That is not all I did say
T made that statement and more I
made a speech there but I never
rels it Thu reporter did not r
port nil I ad or It i not correct I
used language like that iu nnc
nectlon with romcthing else
Baskin took the statement and
began to read It but the Court said
that Baskin could not be bound by
his statements of nineteen
sttcmenl nlucln years
ago Ifo lawyer could JC
Moyle He asked us to bring II
and we did f Wo withdraw it I
lie feels cmbarassed
Baskin I would like it to go in
with an explanation g
Moyle We dont care
Baskin appeared badly nettled at
the presentation of the extract from
ills speech
pl
I MRS B TIt W SMITH
lesUficd am 6 year old have
resided iu Utnh since IS43 was born
in West Virginia am n member ot
tie Mormon Church joined it In
1S3 my hu band George A
Smith died in 1S75 he had teen an
Apostle and was then Firt Coun
selor to President Young I knew
tie Prophet Joseph Smith quite
well my husband was his first
cousin n1J husband was one of the
Twelve five years before Joseph
Smith died Joseph Smith was
killed June Z 1541 at Carthage
IIj I had my endowments in
Xauvoo iu 1643 Joseph Smith
pre
sided at the meeting then I I officiat
ed in the Temple at ICauvoo subse
quently my own endowments were
received in the Masonic t Xau
0 I became quite familiar with
the ceremony worked in time Ku
dowment House here many years
assisting the ceremony as Priest
ess Uicre have teen no changes In
the ceremony up t the present
time they arc the same tony as in
the lifetime of the Prophet Joseph
no change has been made in any
re pect from tie first
To Mr Dickson The ritual is not
written I ofliciated eight or ten
yean in the Endowment House Up
t its close about five years nzo
My duties were confined t a par
ticular part but I frequently
listened t the whole ceremony and
was familiar with it all In one
room 1 did not accompany time
males I know what the ceremony
Is but did not witness I performed
To L Grand YongIn the
course of the ceremonies there is no
reference t avenging the blood of
the Prophets except to pray to the
Lord and quote the verses iu I the
Bible in the look of Revelation
I is just the same now as before
Joseph Smiths death I is referred
and to only females in tic presence of both males
In response t a question by L
Grand Young the Court said this
documents and extracts read by Mr
Pcnrosc wne admitted In evidence
IM Grand Young said the defense
did not admit that all the expressions
made by time leading speakers were
doctrines of the Church
ifGrand Youngcaid expected
Joseph Follett I whom I t
saw time killing of Green on the next
I train also that he wanted the dep
sition of Mrs M Thompson who
was too ill to attend He also
nted t prove which hccuuld do
that the records alleged to lie burned
and which caused the Utah war
had not been burned at all
The testimony of Mrs M R
Thompson was expected to lie a
substantial reiteration of that by
Ir J5 W Smith In regard to time
tle
Endowment ceremonies and that
tt
them there had been no change made in
agreement this evidence was
admitted without Mr Thompsons
deposition After some further db
emissIon however this plan was
changed and 1r Thomsons evi
dence was taken the court having a
recess in the meantime
Mrs Thompsons testimony presented
sented nothing in addition to that
given liy lr Smith Her depo
sition was read at time opening of
court this afternoon
cour ti nernon
lieGrand Young stated that Mr
Follttt had not yet appeared but
nppri
they still I wcpected him j
Jesse WU was called and swore
butLcGrand Young said it was a
srxclfisact and they would with I
draw Uicwitness
Dickson said they were prepared
to sustain McGuflics character
In reply t Le Grand Young ha
court sajd Joseph Follett wouldbe
examined when he came
Ije Grand Ybumr offered tho
Bble Book of Mormon and Doc
trine nnd Covenants In evidence on
the part alUms defense I
Dickson Call George Q Cannon
i 9jllwINe m r Q cAsvd
testified I 4 one of the First
Presidency of tbiiChurch Hare
been in that office since I8SO except
from July 1SS7 to April 1SS9 I remember
In member ISSL tho Epistlo t the Church
Dickson Read that ban Jing him
a paper
Air Cannon read the document
and then continued In response t
questlons cannot ray positively
that this Is a cajiyf Uiat Epistle
tIt IUJ
but I think It I ft was addressed
Church la the officers and members of tin
1
sonThat b all
nC5011 sshdjo IntroJuucd
si the
L1 Intruo
r e to sho that the CLlS
W In ie Chl
wnthng in
lng concert to overthrow
5uctoot me tbo lawof oerthrw govern
B
hurman said tim defense
ol defenr
OttjtOmI
pmpoe tO thil 3 J was not the
prllorer ofoyienmj
lqn solilthu first proposition
5llhu lt prplUon
WAglidtimerthero WzannrtmIm
InoTfUblo Lime en with c Iii t i1
i0cWas wih good citizenship
trios wn blOtonement a doc
ontrrlrlb0 Chureli Third is
contrcf by II temporal afFairs claimed
thCctho The defense lied
dcnle < eproV0 > IUoM by tT
rebut t cod evidence I the document was to
ThurrnIrm what I have
of whtniasein Use Ull < asf Um testimony I
to ctr went to prove n
Mni
gemiemi ndePcv of time tcacliinps
of the lCJchlng
torch leaders against the
nnlnt tie
KVcrmiJ > t and expressions
gerlt ep lon were
cited fOltht W This is
claImed 10 In the some line nnd
on the
onlbegfjueitor round ghould
oocxclucl Y o should not hol trl
tao rn fro the rules of evidence
i The c Sit llu had asked
whether I feeling of the Mor
mon iop i was hostile or filendly
t the Imenl
Baskin 1 his position w Uiat
no membeif the Mormon Church
was ellgill t naturalization and
hat time AUJ of the Kndowmcnt
House wee kjch ng iio citizen could
10
ctzen
take The < n had claimed Uiis
position walncorrect nnd liad In I
troduced eifcnce to sustain their
claim I
The Cur mlc the document
and said thiresponslbility of time
InvesUgatlorlrested on tile court
The questionjras whether r
queto whdler persons
oUicrwIsu qtilfied were t be cx
eluded from tzell hlp because
meoiberehip Sn the Mormon
Church and Famed to beacon cvi
deuce It couliio determine list facl
The Epistlwas then read 1 is
dated May 2mgS5 I and b signed by
Presidents Jtki Taylor and George
Q Cannon I GCI
The examir4iosr I was in progress
at time tale of jr going to Im lrl
SUJAUFACTJPYTOBE BUiLT
Kcnorl to tlultoird of Directors
of the flab Sugar Co
The committj of the Utah S g
Company repoii I their recommen
dations today titie board of direc
tors Their rcprt ras received and
their rmmcnl tons adopted 1
was UnanimoulV determined t
proceed forh wi with the erection
erton
of a factory I
The report rem s iu part n fol
lows I
Your commit to whom you
have relegated th4 responsibility of
recommending is vther or not time
production and tiauufjcture of
sugar is feasible ail practicable and
ant
can L made profit tie in Utah and
of selecting a bite It the location of
a factory respectlily I report that
for the reason In I with set forth
we consider the industry en
tirely feasible ail I practicable
and we have nl hcsIUtion iu
recommending I as I worthy enter
prime and a reasonal r profitable in
vestment The n r partial and
In sonic instances t ire failures of
home industries v ih liave oc
curred amongst us 4 J time cornier
atively large amoun > f money r
quired t establish t i enterprise
have occasioned a ry close and
searching invcsUgat land careful
weighing of po bliitlcs for
and against its iccess and
the possible contincl trIes which
have been so freely bnught forward
t tf nJi
as apparently InMinmiiUable dlfii
collies have caused a Ten healthful
ventilation of the cobol which
however has only resulttl Iu show
ing its strength and Its pilpable ad
vantages
The report then entcnsinto a de
tailed statement of factnnd figures
and shows the amount t4t profit that
may b reasonably cxpcted from
ivtli sorghum and sects To
how how careful tho committee
have leon in making cslmatra tie
following is quoted Ths estimate
includes all items of cost tiatcan b
legitimately charged splint any
manufacturvand includathe actual
bills for wages fuel rat material
incidentals repairs fixelor annual
salaries for manager st > crintcnd
cnt chemist and clerk nsurance
taxes and a six per CIt Vliarge for
wear and tear Which amount
held in reserve annually wthoutln
crest would rebuild Ui factory
anoar in 17 years
The committee reported suitable
location fora artery In ch of the
counties Davis Cache Eat Lake
and utah and asked for i instucUons
whether or not they shotrj take
into ronsidcration proptitlons
which had been made by Blue of
time counties a inducemcnte t lo
cate in the neighborhood
1 was determined by tholl nl
lo receive propositions rue the
various localities and consldetliem
Time rciiort is signed by Elba
Morris Francis AnnstrongArans
Howl Ceo WTiiatcher C W
Hardy and Authur Stayner
TLeDnT Opera Compnr
tmA trip to Africa by tlicDufT
Opera Company drew a largeiudi
clues at the Theatre last evoinp
every scat being taken in the wer
part of the house The plcceis a
line comic opera and o well pro
cooled the leading characters llng
especially well rendered Threes
tumes and scenery were beauiful
evening The fame piece will be repeatedhls
Students Soc efy
The Students Society of he
Lter Saints College wI net
in the Social JIall on Friday evn
> ov 22 at 730 The Presldut
Willard Done will deliver a Icclre
on the MJlject The Rise and Iill
invited of the c Empire AHre
iuUe
Idaho Appointment
WASHINGTON SOY ITe
President has appointed James 1
Itcatty loahu of Idaho chief justice T
3OHIV 1 I
LCor NOTembtr tS16 3K > I
wire ot W 1 Lamboo ollt 1 l
Wlnl aeon All well
p jsxxt m
UEliIn itill Crest Salt Uie Ottntj
Xorilsy3 tMi nuo rncnmanli
Annie L McGregor sOc ot Junes Ret
Ileceucd a born in Ktsci tosllnil
July 1 ISM U > Uzed a member of thi
Cbnrch of leus Crt of Latcrd i
Sable iiarcim iSit r 1
Funeral residence at 1 odsertmoc
row morning
WuuE At West Jordan November
roth liSS Elizabeth Wcrrctt diujblcr ot
George and Italic Club Deceased iou
born at StanirlclcNortnaniptonfhlrr Eng
landandetaitntciItoUUhlnlfcL I 1
ATKIXS Inthit thy AoTtmberM >
ot old ar HUa Ulina Ceeearal irlf
born July 1 IT 1S1I In IJadlcjr Wottetttr
h England She lena two son one
dinybter and cercatetn gnndchildnn to
loom her lou
a Funeral errleu mil If held In UieTonr
tecoth Ward meeting hoe on Sunday at
IS m Friend Innttd
M fterand Ondlcypifcnpl e I
cry
Tony TenrnImnon mOo IndIan
lathe title ofnlilchly Interesting
work of 400 pages wlilchjrlllshortly
be issued from the press I con
tains the thrilling experiences of
Daniel AV Jonesjunong the natives
of this liod and exhibits many mar
velous half providences of God in his b
Canvassing agents will visit short
r
ly the different Wards and Slakes of
Zion dtf s
Throat Diseases commence with
a cough cold or sore throat
Jtrowni Jironcfiial Tncliet give
Immedlaterellef tldoufg Mexes
Price els
rrlO 2 ef
0
HELD WITHOUT p BAIL
The Case of Thoj JT hughes Sat
to the Grand Jury
The preliminary hearing of T if
Hughes charged with the murder
of F D Roruavne
nmn ne look alarm lfnr
Judge yr yesterday Attorneys
lout andYarlan appeared for the
ltrooecuton and Attorneys Dickson
Hamilton audNowlIn for the de
tens Tho first witness Introduced
by lie prosecution was
FKAX7I jr riSNBO
who testified I am aeijualntctl
with Hughes On Sunday SOy
10 JurHngame Arthur Itomayne
and I were standing In I the hal
way at the Thiimc I first noticed
Hughes and Dmiel coming down
time street 1 heard Hughes sayf
Come out and fight you s of a
ti you had the drop on mo last
night but I am luxled now He
flourished his pistol and then put I
into lib kel Roinnynu raid
laughingly Go on with your shoot
ing I went out and on looking
back saw Jtomayno with his
gun In hiR hand I then
elepp aside and tho shoot
Ing began Hughes hot m near 3
I reniembof Ibur times throwing
uphlalinnd cacli time I said to
Romayne Your not hit are
you He saId miye her In the
stomach I > ut my arms around
him and he laid down and said
Go for n doctor Doctor Bower
came up at that time and said
Catch that nun I went t the
corner and row Hughes
crner IW Hughe coming
around Jtonmyno vrni taken into
tin bindery nnd then Into the Job
office where he died shortly after
Hughes was brought into the room
before his death lloiUayne lived
about ten minutes The doctor cut
the bullet out I saw a
bllet ot IU weapon
wlpn
taken from Romayuc During Uio
shooting Jtomiyno held tie pirtol
In lib IUd
To Dickson Huglrcs was coming
west with Daniels when I saw him
Arthur Burliugame Romayncand
I were standing together in a recess
of the when
hallway Hughes was
coming Homaync was near the I
outer edge of the door near the cast
lte The first thing that attracted
my attention was the remark of
Hughes on thb sidewalk When
Hughes made thu remark he threw
his pktol up Itanayno laughed
contemptuously mil said iGo on
with your shooting Hughes went
ll hTe
on lacking toward Vest Temple
tnt We went out toward
Hughes t within about fifteen feet
of him Hughes wnl leaking first
to thu right and thea to the left of
me n if looking for some
thing behind me I locked
back and saw Itomnyno with
n gun I stepped aile and the
shooting commenced That 3 the
loMtton of tho two men before the
shooting Komaynu did not fall
during the shooting Hughe went
on backing around the corner I
Laid Komayne on tho sUewalk be
fore Dr Bower drove ul I looked
from one to the other during the I
shooting Itomaynu threw his left
arm up as a kind of guard
DI KOWEK
testified I was present immediately
after time shooting 1 Was going eatt
near Scotts rarchouse when I
heard the report of a pistol and raw
several men rush together I drove
upand abouttwcnty scconlsebpped
before Itomayno staggered and fell
forward I felt his pulse He was
pulseless and in about five minutes
died 1 cut the 111 out Tliewound
was on the left tide The tall was
taken out on the right side on the
it front flits is the ball producing
Io Mr Dickson did not probe
the wound and cannot tel the direc
tion of the ball I was eight ur len
inches below the heart I was
about a third of a block away at the
first thot Could not tell tin atti
tude of the parties The II W was
taken l > cktl out of Itomaynu0 right
I A FRANKS
was called antI corroborated ticks
tiinony already Bivcn a did also
Joseph > h Arthur Ji Jlurlingame
George 1C JSusldng and Alonzu
Uortlicn
ILICIAX JOHN n COIJIOCK
testified wasjuhl below Greene
walds cigar store at tie time of tie I
Ont ihot I mu to the IriS ult I
Hughes was coming back when I
got to Uie corner 1 went up t him
when hue said I I did thu stiooting I
1 dlt II
there ii = pistol I went into the
room when Itoniaync was Hughes
said Get the other mans pistol
Hughes wanted Jinnin to read
somethIng that was written In a
hook l The leaf wasgUen t Franks
We brought him up to the city hall
POLICEMAN J w SIll
ttUnaThe pMoIs were given t
me in tlC nianhalg ofllcc Hugh
gun hail two empty shells and three
empty chambers Romaynes had
two loaded shells and Uirec empty
chamber
Court then adjourned to 7 pm
Y
Ou reassembling the following
evidence fence was produced by the de
VICTOIt 11 DANIELS
I am a printer at the Tribune
oilier I knew both Hughes all
Kornayno Was titcecnt nt time
homicide 1 Heard Itomaync in the
tact restaurant the Sunday b
for say that he would run Hughes
out of town On the Friday before
the shotng 1olyne had n gun
He asked me to oil I gn
him Borne one asked him what he
wn going to do wiUi the gun Ho
said Oh comes of a 1 might
pull a knife on mc The next day
after the occasion in the restaurant
Roraayne sjoko to Hughes about a
remark that he had made about him
the day before and said he didnt
like It hughes asked him if his
apology was not sufficient when
Itoniaync said Oh ycsbut I didnt
like it all the earns Komayne
said Ifyou ever want a gun ora
knife fight you can have gu I
went down the street with Hughes
the day of the shooUng Saw Ro
mayncjust as we got to the door
Hughes went across the sidewalk
walk and said I Xow you t
of a b como out and otffO am
heeled now You had the drop oil
me before Come out and fight
like a man Hughcs backed off
sideways toward thus corner Ito
maym CJme ont and pulled his pis
tol mid held It in lib right hand
W YII
luI left hand I over the cylin
der He took c left hand ofland
just n that time Hughes reached In
his pocket ant pulled hb gun and
commenced shooting hughes
backed t the comer nnd then
around I Komayne was still
standing ItI asked ItS he
was hltand he said 1e go for a
doctor and I started up liis etrec
for a doctor
To Mr Varian Hughes told me
that Komayne had a pistol with him
the night before and Jtomnyne had
II
shoved a pistol 1n In hb mIe and
abusel him He sid he dldnt
know why Komayno should have
inythlngagalnsthlm When we got
o the Tnoune Hughes made the first
craark Uiat was mlle Komayne
tad hb hands In his pocket Ko
diyne was on the west side of the
Bindery when the first shot was
irvd He had a pistol in hie hand
he second shot went over n
bayncs head Komayne did not
SiooL I am a friend of both Hughes
1
aid Komayne
K J Jessun and William AVSal
non wcie then examined after
e
xfilch Attorney Haute opened the
arjument for the prosecution fol
loved by Dickson for the defense
aol closlngwith Yarll for the pr
cCiUon
Judgo IVper stated lhat lie would
like tjmfc to more July consider the
Swd nee but a one of the defend
ants attorneys nl was anxious to get
away he would give his decision
vrhichwas that time prisoner te held
to await time action of the grand
jurjtvllliMitljaUi The grand jury
wai liitoisjou antI could consider
that the
to casu Immediately 5 tha
Inlt omission admit t tail
trould be no hardship
C
FIRE IN ESV YORK
Tie Western Union Bolldln Wu
The Secee of The Con
fligraUori I
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS OFFICE
THREATENED
Icnry 31 Stanley Ejpecleil To
Keach Zanzibar In A Yen
Dajs
1
CHICAGO STREETS DARK AND
ALMOST DESERTED
A i Decree Iisntd XslalilUbWp Sal I
Tcrsal Suffrage Throughout the
Brazilian Republic
OT Tclf rr ph 1 the Nnr l
SEW Yortu Fine
The Wnlrrn Vnlan unit slime
Ballrtlncaln Danger
NEW YORK Nov IA fire
wag ijl cov red in Iho tower of the
VejUr Union building above time
Ausoelattd Press office at 340 thus
morning Ui U 4 oclock the
Ihuues nfra making headway k ota
drop of water hasbccn gotten on tile
Dame yet and the prospect is serl
OUK Flue firemen arc at present
dragging a line of how into the
Associated Press windows on the
ninth floor The hose broke three
times while hauled
Ume whie being haullo up
At < 20 the firemen have Just
begun to work In the tower The
llamcs arc increasing intensity
and a great crowd has assembled lu
te street
A srunnouN FIRE
Five oclock The firemen have
succeeded in getting n Couple of
streams turned upon the fire but 1
is a stubborn one 1 had gained a
good headway among the great pile
oinm
of messages and recoils stored In
the tower and a dense volume of
smoke Interspersed with curling
flamesIs pouring ouCA great crowd
I In the street below All the em
ployes men and women in the
Western Union restaurant on tho
clghUifloor were prom tyawakened
when the fire a discovered and
are now jacking up The water
Is splashing on tb up skylight of
the Associated Press office where
this dispatch is being written
and the streams arc rushing down
time stairways and through the
crevices in the floor
TIC riAJIMS SUBDUED
At53i the fire was under control
and nulling streams of water are
supplementing the damage done by
Uie smoke and name Water Li
flowing over lie floors of nearly all
theofllces of the upper stories and I
the employee are busily engaged
with brooms trying t keep it run
ning down stairs The experience
of this firs las proven that stand
nines In a liuIMiiit arc useless at
ills height and that Intakes fully
an hour to get n lino of IIOHJ in
working order up to the top of the
building
bidIng
Tho don to tho Western Union
bidIng by List nights fire Is only
5000 i to stock 51000
Drnlh of Jin Kinney
XITWAKI X J Xov 21Mrs
Klizabcth Clementine KInney
mother of time poet Edmund Clarence
once teadman died yesterday at
Summit X J aged 09 Mrs Kin
hey was an intimate friend of
Tennyson Browning and Trollope
oiriiie > < r LUI
WASHINGTON Nov 21 I The
uiiincJjauy and Juniata which
have been condemned by the ioard l
ofsurvry wele yesterday stricken
from tho list of vessels of the navy
They were told
Jlevlrnn Irodnclv
Irlrl
WASI I INUTON Nor 21 Thomas
Ityan United States minister to
Mexico in his report to time Depart
ment of State on Mexican products
ind export says The productions
ot sugar corn and wheat an re
markably small Average value of
tJ product 5 cents per pound
and time export thereof 21 cents icr
pound aggregating 107X 00 said to
MS a most inferior grade Aver
age value of coflVu product 22 cents
KT pound about half ol which is
reported at a value of 1C9 cents per
pound and the valilo of the hemp
exhort Is more than twice the com
bined value of the entire export of
sugar collcv wheat and textile
fibre The native sugar product
coming into tie City of Mex
ito lias steadily decreased
from 85S5OOi kilograms in
1SS4 to 4031000 I k IO in I IbSS
There has been n steady increase
in beef Consumption in the capital I
from 0001 beeves slaughtered I in
ISiS to 83003 In 1SSS and the In
crease mutton consumption from
OJOOO sheep In ISIS to 130000 In
ISSSTbo rvru
The Hrmallliil rupubllr
Rio jAXEino Nov 21The
provisional government lias Issued
1Jrhrrr r
i decree establishing universal ruf
rage throughout the republic
Time itonllchln
Loxi osNor IThe argument
by Sir Henry James was continued
xxlny Referring to the Moon
lighters In Ireland ho said Uicy
acted more like burglars than like
Tollce of Iho league Their actions
were not reproved by the leaders of
tile league It was not until Feb
ruary IbSO when the Parnellite
members of the House were sup
porting the government that the
I leaders of time league refused to grant
money to certain districts owing to
tho outrages committed there
Frrntb ItUrcnUln Brmll
PARIS Nor 1A meeting of
he cabinet was held today lIar
boy minister of marine announced
ft jea
fl n
thai the corvette Jfdnc had been
dispatched to lirazll to protect the
interests Uio French residents
Stanley NearIng noalbr
I
Lo xr > os NOT Macklnnon
lead of the 1mln Pasha relief com
mittee has received a cable from
Henry M Stanley announcing his
arrival at Mpwapwa and stating
ltl he expects to reach Zanzibar In
four or five days
Stanley dispatch also states he
tnjsthsI r =
J
ias made the important discovery
hat there Is an extension of Lake
Nyassa
Lose r Lift
Now BEDTOIU Massv Nov 21
This ship tnilte and Ida went
ashore lilts morning Time waves
broke her Into 1 pieces One body was
washed ashore It Is feared all
lands are lost
Oilmen In Darkness
CinCAOO Nor 21A rumor pre
vailed In this city this morning that
Peoria III had been visited by a
cyclone Inquiry of the Western
eln
Union Telegraph ofllclalsand I signal
silIcon developed the fact that there
was no storm In that vicinity
This city is overhung with dense
clouds and smoke so dark that gas
is necessary everywhere The
streets are almost tlloCrlrd and peo
ple go abou as IC I scared
The Alarm In Chin
SAX FRANCISCO Nor lnll I
dispatches from China state that
five lives have been lost in the storm
which pasted overHongKong about
the twentieth By the hailstorm In
the Kanoud province many houses
were leveled to the ground large
numbers of cattle ero killed scores
of people Injured and all the crops
damaged
In a Dime la ram
CHICAGO Nov IIn the Cro
nin case today Patrick DInan
owner of the while horse which
drew Dr Cronin to Carbon cottage I
testified tliit the horse Is now In a
dime museum Eoulglludenberder
of Hobakeii > I JJ who lived in
Chicago at tho time of Cronln
death testified that he saw Dr
Cronin go away from his home on
the night of the murder that the
horse which drew the buggy was
not DInans white horse but a gray
animal with white legs Marshal
D Uwcll medical and micro
topical expert testified that there
were no meat known to science by
which human hair could with eer
lalnty be distinguished from an
other hair
Prate at Uniitl
WASIIISOTOX Nor 21 Dr
Valento minister from Brazil
called at the State Department to
day and informant tile Secretary that
hIs litttt advices from Brazil Were
to the effect that pence reigned and
the new govcrnment receiving 1
the support of tie people
Nlramtr ArrlTnt
NKW YORK Nov 21The I I
earner IfTvontin rorn Liverpool
ftnrrmN iris rmhtrlaIaiT
WASHINGTON Nor 21 The
resident has appointed Thomas
Clay McDowell collector of In
lerWlI revenue for the seventh
district of Kentucky vice W C
oudloo recenUy killed The ap
pointeo is a soninlaw of Good loo
SPECIAL XOT1CKS
TiE Ust place In town to gel a
Go Homecooked Dinner for 25
cntJ I BENJAMINS Restaurant
hIS s Main Street
0 Ydmue
BUll continues canyon busIness I
M Florist at 2 < < 1 w Third South St
Like Slot takes I
Mr T A Derovcn merchant
Drroven Louisiana says The
8L Patricks Pills went like hot
rakes Their gentle nctlon and
Thlr
bnto nUI t
reliability ai a caUiartic Is what
makes Uiem popular For salif by
X f M I drag dl > 1for
CARPETS 1 CARPETS Ill
Linoleums Curtains
Rugs Lnoleums Curains
at HENRY DINWOODEYS
Park Ur
I
Bo sure and take the short line t
Park City via BLiKRy Trains
leave CUr D R tRI tl at
10am dtf
Cqnllnble
Sells Colored Yarns at 85c per lb
InturIUtn the World r
nowned South American anpeU r
cures dyfpcpiia Ac Dr lJp8i I
Slfgcrt k Sons role manufacturers
At all druggists
Kperlalfiehool Meeting
An adjourned meeting of the tax
layers of School District > o 15 h
Salt take County Nt Ie held on
Wednesday November 27 1SS9 at
730 pm at tie schoolhoura of the
district I First flout Street west
Salt Lake City
The object of tho meeting is t
consider a proportion to exchange
tofox
the present rIo a more
suitable one
THOMAS HULl
J R MORGAN
EG HOLDIXU
Trustees School District ito 15
SALT LAKE CITT NovemberlSth
1SS9 dtt
WHY WIM < YOU cough when
Shllohii Cure will give Immediate
rellrf Price 10cts50cL and 1 <
Unto Iarllle Ijinlv
Utah Real Estate and InTwt
meats C E WANTtAND Agent
201 8 Main St Bait Lake Clly dtj
ARB You MADK ml erable by
Indigestion Constipation Dizil
ness tc s of Appetite Yellow
Skin Slulohs Yitaliicr I h a pool
lee cure 4
TiiRllEV Gw TiiAVHijOf flour
Iwn I mmd KiyK Iloth myself and
JF
Wife owe our lives to Iliums
COSUMITION CVnK 4
Ladles Cloaks all wool cost to
make themSIS forSlioOlUstGIovi
in WWI for 100 1 K PJIKMS
The Indian
Dr C JfekonGG Second South
Street want cverbody to know that
ho has a remedy to cure coughs
cold asthma and all diseases of the
throat and lungs and he is I willing
to mrantre it All sufFerers r
Vftn Consultation free d
The proprietor t of Klys Cream
Halm do not claim I It to be a cure
all but a sure remedy for catarrh
colds In the head and hay fever I
1 not a liquid or a tnuO but easily
applied into the nostrils I gives
relief at once I
Jrr Soap Is the most elegant
toilet adjunct 1
Ogden Depurlrornt
The NEWS can now lw had every
evening at 515 pm at the new
stand of the pm Dept or at the
Ogden News depot 311 Twenty
fourth Street 1 few doors east of the I
Post Office also from Dalton Nye I
r Cannon Main tIt tn wlille
delivered at your residence the same
evening by applying t Mr Scott
Anderson NEWS agent In Ogden
CityAM
AM kinds ol Sheep Dip for sale
tint Olp2it
at PAINE A LYMEB
urns Nd
We have Just received a car load
rf Fresh Gram Peed
KAILEY i BONS
Opposite Post ORIce
Park Hew
Time choice addition on the slope
of tho last Bench adjoining the I
homo of LeGrand Young E The I
cheapest and best lots In the market
J I YOUNO and
C E W A TD
d 201 Main Street
WOOL BATTS
Just received at
JOHN C CUTLER itt BRO
No 36 Est Temple St
Special Sebaot JleHlnc
A special meeting of the taxpay
eif k
elA of School District > o 1 Salt
Lake County is hereby called for
Friday evening November t
1SS9 at 730 at the School House of
said district First Ward Salt Lake
City
Ciy
The object of the meeting is to
consider a proposition to exchange
time present tl school Kite i for a more
suitable one to consider whether
a tax of two 2 per cent shall L
levied or not for the purpose of
erecting a commodious school houte
forUie district and the furnkhlngof
the same with all I the appliances re
quired and also for eu transaction I
of any other business that may
come iip before time meeting
JAIIES D SniiLixu
TlIOUAS J01IXS9N
JOHN SQUIRE
Trustees School District Xo 1
Salt Lake City Xov 1518S3
T EqnILable foop
Sells yard wide Sheeting I at SIc
Sl1l mixed Flannel IG fe
yard Brown Canton Flannel 6c per
yr
WanlfU
All kinds of Second Hand House
hold Goods 157 s FIrst E
ETCHESON A WEBBER
Equitable Ceop
Sells nol thawhi at 75 e
Bed Comforters largo tlie90ceach I
Raw Silk Table Coversworth f Ija
for75c
Boys Pants 30c t SOc each
5 gal keg Pickles 125
20 bars of Soap Jl
Boys wool Waists worth 125 for
G
TtieTrarklncmraa Clothlnc Blore
Having established a reputation
for honesty reliability and fair
deallngweare now prepared t offer
t the public greitbargalns in if ens
Boys and Childrens Clothing
Furnishing Goods Ort ete
Call and examine our new and
complete stock and b convinced
that our prices a 10 per cent lower
than any other house in town
WM IOMJVORE
53 w First South St I
Go to SPENCER BYWATER Co S
opjicelte City Hal for Tin Roofing
Guttering Sjoutlug Stores and
Tinware
TnUlre ec
j
BarblenaArnlea Naive
THE BEST SALVE in time world for
Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt
Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chap
= l
ped Hands Chilblains Corns and
ail Skin Eruptions and positively
cures Piles or no pay required It
Is i guaranteed to give perfect e tl
action or money refunded Price
25 cents per lx For eala by A C
Smith 4 Co Cj
Smums CATARRH REJIEDY a
positive cure for Catarrh Diphtheria
r and Canker mouth 4
the L Omit
A Dally Through Car Service has
> cen established by the Chicago
Union Pacific to NorthWestern
Line between San Francisco Port
and and Chic via Council Bluffs
hus offering to the public facilities
not given by any other line The
LImited Fast t which runs
d111 between thxatovo points car
ries IhcOrcrtaixIFaU JaiZa limited
number of flrstclasi
nnmbr nrtI passenger
without extra charge andis comm
wsed Pullman Veitlbuled Sleep
er San Francisco t Chicago via
Council Blufls Pullman VesUbuled
leepersand Pullman Dining Cars
datd Chicago via Council
HulTs
This Is another inUIcatlonthat the
Union 1aclfic Is desirous of meeting
Ihe requirements of tho j > IIc FtC
Information In regard to ths and
nr
mthcr trains on this line apply to J
n General Agent Xo I
fontgomery SL San Francisco or
l X II Ix > max General Passenger
ngr
Agent Omaha i > eb deed
joinmeirrs AND Tonti
czw TORK Iou
New tort Nor SI Noon
R SIr Wjuvartirauon itO
3Isney 137 Trameonunenfl 13S
teOnpOnL 77 PaclOo MEL 33a
ildSeCi I7S Ro < k Iiland 99V
Crated linOc P 5tUiSr 11
Onriesgiso 655 8mFanlaotnW SI
Voribern Pacide UVDnlonliaflS I S
Preferred TS rarzoEiprrM 41
Noruve > tera UMWuterntnion MS
fort central O5
Slack doll 1 led
CHICAGO ItlUET
CbMaffo 115 p cu yerSi clooc
WheatFirmer > OT t 5 II 81
UarfcS
CceaieadyNOT Ji 31Sma
data Aboot ittadr NOT r Slay i
vtbat
llarier Nor K
Pork Firm Nor 95JS Jan 341V S
WWL Lard Stead NOT Nism Ja 557 S
SALT LAKE THEATRE
Cuss E EcmTot Slossoct
FUR RIGHTS WEND MHUE
MONDAY November IStli
J C DUFF
CoMic OoraCoy aaruunl r
OXca2V45Xi rusoooxaox
Sed 5Vdntmioiitty Maminre
I P <
I Wednesday n1 Thursday XIble
TRIP TO AFRICA
GTA CUB AT CAST
Chorus and Incidental Ballet of 50
FINE PKODCCTION I
HANDSOME C9STUJIKV
FsLenmcmoomuciirTcA
Under ISO dtl ot Sum I S 11Ura
Stf Whole proJnrtlonniiItr IbO rrnon
rr1
icitiiuion or lie J C Uc r
Priori of AdmlMlon 1 351 vO73eAMc
ITfwforiheH ttinee3SiIndSC
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
U J Bram Smaller
TUB GREAT SCCCES8
Seesrc 100 r oaoThteetce Cal fn4
JitqpatsaI
Ten XIII n1 Our IUI
fHI Y ni II SHIt r Ens
yovsomnmn a
Grand Matinee Saturday
NOVEMBER t at i r X
Hri Trance illodfwn Hnrneir Own Vn
1u matUauonot her Beautltul Storr
LITTLE LORD
FAUNTLEROY
Under the dIrection of Slot it
rcuccn or the ilrodrs r Theatre
and Grand Opera Home Sew Tart
an Mr AL lUimx of the lUMwln
and New CaliTonU TheatcriSan
Francl > eo
Xioli000A
Dopnr rJoo
The Sub e or Seat will becln THDItSDAT
Xo tern her 11t a 10 a m a the hand
Opera Home Box oa < e
LOST
c ATURDAT AT NOON HETWEiaf C
SATURDAY Hart and Mr Madean
S linery itore a GoM Ureait pin with
o > but > im > llpearl > lnit llnder will b
ewtrded bY ieee ng it at Emcee Ilr dOS
lAIN STREe O1 IKI
OS j5ookronialntZ npr of 15 Cola
m1 Sal imporiani ppers rar 1
l rcmryswsuOCefarowoorWbG in I a
lr ace woman d
WAG
=
A GiaCO0 AND TO PO HOUSE
f1 work In a t fimllf Aprlj un
mediatelr 1 Sirs Loris Cunx313 fr t
Street corner cwta Ward d
iCrgCnivFSwanini In ereryeonntr
DBTECT1VES 1 act anderlnitractlon
m oar Itt Service Ejpenenee not
I neeaoair Send cent tamp Grahm
ArtadeUneJnnatlU
IMlectite Bureau e ArdlcnuUJ
d thrlnat t
FOR SALE
u corn scars or Goon
85 OO inad in lnernaol r
na mile from city threequarter of a
mile train Railroad oood Imildinc me
Apply to J M Cubic Eait UU1 Creek
naTo duo
A AO E YLAT CORNET IN GOOD
L1 ceder Apply is r Ii f
Ion a Grat Ore Sink dlt
IDTirC TO JIOTIIEOK
ilxf Wnstowa Soonuio Sincr
honldalway t used for children teeth
lay II loothe the chill tottrn the jrnmi
aluy 1 pain ere wind eolie and m tha
belt remedy for dlarrhaa Team Are
eenta a teor deed wly J
HABRY R BROWNEr
ACCOUNTANT ANDAUDITOR
41 Mqs2T1TTs
51 SOUTH MAIN STREET
PHILIP SPRY
MERCHANT TAILOR
MC TAOR
hal Juit CeeelTed aNa STOCK or
ENGLISH GOODS
For FALL and WINTER
YERI CHEAP CALL AKD SEE
4 25 15 Temple 5
PEKVECT FIT OUAnAXTEED I
ilioloathsmlneObythelais U
mkir mo Pay and coitct au den at
the alo Crnlo
G J i
JJANE iAZArc
TUST ABBIVED I NEW SPILES OF
tl IadiCo Silk Handkerchief all bias
of cat eea ad JapaneM Crep and 8Uk
Drew Good Crepo and OmIt 8hawl alit
t G C
sue Ladies Sub and Kmlironlere Wnp
pen and 5 fOaL kilO Silk and Satin
EtneniandTaolaCorenand all tt r
Unaware
Fancy C1Dwae n nQp >
iv 7 5 Main Street
ESTRAY NOTICE
X hate m my pollution
One dark red CO IV I or 9 yean old crop
jff botn un and nppenlopc ol rifhtear
branded I oa Jeft hip anl t on left
thlfb and jr and rented on left n1
One red COW and CAL cow t yean old
coop and iwallow fork In rtiht and nnder
ol
bail asp In left ear Uolched brand on ten
bt l celia b not paid within 1 dayi from
data or thU noUe ttiU 10111
thedalaOf tli pa they 11 b at
the > ephl eatray pound Dtcemlxr < tII
atioodoek IJETEIt tro tcpe
t City XoTeisbtr f
c
DIKXCTOU Ceo Bomney Manirtr 1 i
OeonTaylor rAr = tro OeonrjRoras y y I ace IfTnymor AiiutaatManafor
hjirauniJEomny J a D RII ilcy and Treas
LumberYardSteamPlaniiipll i
TAYLOR ROAINEY
ARMSTRONG CO
Ono BIoclcEust orTT O n Depot
DAVID JAMES CO
n gCI TfERS = =
Plumbers Gas and Steam Fitters
DIR IK
Plumbing Material Pumps Plpo and Fittings Steam
Heating Suppllas Tin and Iron Roofing Galvanized
vanized Iron ComIcs Guttering Etc
ADEN nOSE and L N SPflflfl
No 67 S MAIN STREET
COHNI3ROS
w < O F 1 13
GREAT BARGAINS lAUIESJ CLOAKS
JACIvETS S300 400 oOO o
i NEW3LUUG3TS SloO GOO 750 S50
The Oe r ndUon of 30 percent franz Iiegaar Uriern
In PInot Straps J ketsan tmi Mtcqlir Wf alaaa ntTtr Ocean
ladomf Oar Irlu h7 tbe CJE4IET IX TUS
EBSllSSl > it AFttJUIlUirr nl Itnlnrml Prior from 300
nd lipHnrdo ASia Rrilucllon ofrrlrn In Chllilrci rionbis
from 830 nlli npnnrtN
E ID GLDVES
ladies Srtnllou Mon < nefalr Vnmioernei Hid < Hate at 73
4imnmmnn Kid Ulnte Alt aloes ami Mzr nl mISC
4immiion IUd Clare Embrolilrml lark al 3a
loon ned KM rinl > rolilrrr < i hocks at 8101
mlItoak rndrtnl Enibrulilrrrd had at 8100
1 leri 3IIook Kid ilotr at 81
mIimmmtmmn Exlra Qnalllj VallonnI Top Kill Clolro at smaa
4nmmioml Extra llffiy Kill Cnibrnlilrrril Hark al 8130
onmmian rxlm flnallljr Kill IjnbrolUml Ilaek at 816
Eniera Hook rnilrroonl at 0
Jtrr Tllook Kill M 5170
sImnhmtmtm rmlrrwml Kill mmes HI 8UO4 isc
16 ami JlIIiillon rnUrr il KM Cloir at bOOms o 10
Gntitiet Drlvlns CIoTro Nnprrb nnllly nl BSI
IIrr 1001 < Misea Jhl Glecm am 8ino
J Full Assortment of Ignites Joined Winter Jlil
Gloves tttnl Jlitlcns
FAN r Y G s an ART M1fi DEPT I
A Great Variety Jut Opened In Jajianeso Panels Felt and hand
painted Plush Table Scarf Chair flrapmm Tidies Fnncy Glove nUt
Decorations Handkerchief Cases and many other articles and materials for Interior
joT We are prepared to do STAMPING nnd tike orders for nil
kinds of EMBKOIDERY WOPK at moderate char
EEcofNEBRosEE
SPTEASDEL
wiii SE
Mens Good Suits 500
Childrens Suits 250
Mens Sold Stoga Boots 250
Mens Shoes 150
Boys Boots 200
Boys Shoes uea 150
Mens Hats a 50
Blankets a 150 I
FULL LINE OF
UNDERWEAR GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
AT BED ROCK PRICES
PRCES
Dress Good at 5 cts a Yard
A MOST EXCELLENT STOCK OF
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