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TUES1JA Y OCTUIIEIt ro ISS
Price adhered by corrlcr VScls for month
I By mull 1 > car 7W C months tl 00 3
months tLta
SemlVVccWy J I per jcurs U clslt mnnthi
U lour months
Advcrtlklug rates lurnlnhcil nt odlcc
HAlT Iuv DEMOCRATOOMTANY
omee 71 VV Scconfl Bonth btrcet
AIFALE9 YOUNG EDITOU
4 A IIAGATELTN
y
Ulnh U over necctliitiB 1 cauldron ot lit
I I I It f man paslons It Is 1 almost Halo to say
that within thp limits of llio cntiro Terri
tory thoru is not nn unilrcjudiccili iinpar
ii1f tiil man who can look upon Pine vexed
t it it and vexing Utah problem with a clear
I di i > asslbnato eye and truthfully nnd
J I helically nnd justly weigh llio pros nntl
b I L cons of ho question nml give to each its
I I just duo No question was over without
I I i I I its two sides J there steen ever radicals
andextremists who wcro sinner onco
itl wrong and Utah is filled with radicals
i I and extremists On tho ono hand wo
1t 1
nud fanaticism not
I I leave religious bigotry
I without their compound of hypocrisy j
a I t whilo on tlio othor side there is n real for
j lji i the enforcement of the law which deems
I liI 11 I the end to lip nccoinpllfliieil the greatest
I j cer lo lo compassed nnd Ilita real la
i4 1 i not without ils teligiom liigolr
I I Jill r and finaticiem and pcrhup tiniro
0 d jtt of hypocrisy Such are the two
4lt J 2 Hides which this question III Utah
j I I finl presents and tho two sides thit wo have
iii 1 I conceived < of tho cnso until put forth us
I thncf correct may bo entiicly erroneous and
111111 I prompted by prejudice In u fetorm no
man who feels its forco is u lit judga to
I I T t detormiiio nil its causes nor to inilicUu its
I course In Utah wo tire all in n btorm
I and wo all more or less feel its fury Are
tho clouds on Utahs horizon thickening
I i i I or beginning to break If 1 i light is 10
i shino from behind the black heavens
from whom will it ho If tho voice of
onp in I the wilderness is heard crying
S j 1ropiro ye tho wiy for whom is tho
it 4 Bound sent Thcso are questions which
I I 1 all horn asking yet thoso arc questions
which none lire answering
l II I ll It is i impossible to avoid such reflections
ut1 j lit I as ono surveys the political field in Utah
I and wonders w hen tine strife will cease
JII Itl I r ll 1 when the rest will come All who IKUO
I til I given tho matter any thought feel that a
1 ° 1 crisis is near at hand that things have
i I r J jr1 f reaehcd that stage when tiicro must
ho a determination of tine rights of
i I S I authority in Utah The events of last
I it week nnd yesterday in tine courts show a
I I Hi l new phase of han question Two promt
ncntjlormons obsilicnco to the desire
i li
t I 11 i of their hearts and for tho interest nnd
I t I r benefit ot their families piomised to obey
II 1 llioEdmunds law in tine future Against
1 I t llieso two gentlemen it is needless to
I I i I I naino lhcm ns all know their names
I
ij I I I llioro w cro hurled an nthcmns and personal
1 t 11 I I I abuse jlhoy were vitorper ted and villi
J t ij II I I i f Seth < f in fact all lhat religious bigo try or
ii 1 fawning hypocrisy and low instincts
il i1 I 1 I ill 1 coulddo to disgrace these men or gratify
I 1 base feeling oi revenge wait done nnd
I I I II I it was done by those who heretofore
I tti had extended to them the hand of fellow
t
l I ship and greeted Ihem as brothers This
I was done to these two men by tho Jlor
I III I II t I I 1 mon pros nnd tlio Marmon pooplo Such
It i hitter and nnjiiRlirUhlo abuso was natur
j 1 ally a eoiireo of borrow to theso t omen
f I Ii 1 1 but that wis not tho worst effect Its
I III worst effect was the intimidation it pro
i II I I duced < < among llioso who wero under in
II dictment for tho bamo offense as theso
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two men referred < lo above Some
I I I 1 neIl Were very strongly inclined to
I promise obedience < to Iho law in fnlure
II I but were frightened from carrying Iheir
I I inclination into action on account ol Iho
I h I storm which such aciion Viould raise
f around their heads The fear of that
C 1 storm was fir greater thin the fear of six
I I
I months imprisonment and a lino of Ihrco
I hundred dollars < Why did tiieso men
jl prefer punishment to promising obcilicnco
I loIho law They preferred punishment
I 5 I beciiiso he punishment for tho offense
t t P of unlawful cohabitafion n mere baga I
Ic I I telle Totheir minds it was punishment
l in cither case und they chose that which
° iil to them Boomod thin least It plainly
j 1 I tlf shows lltat tho fear of tlio lawbreakers
I > is grcatqr than than fear of the law and
I l for such condition < of things there should
L
Iw a loinedy < Let it bo impressed upon
than mind hat thoso who arc now sulfur
ing imprisonment for violating tlio law
against unlawful cohabitation deem such
I punishment a mere bagatelle If this
1 present punishment is to bo thin extent of
I tho punishment for iinliu fill cohabitation
I It Is certain that of thin number who
I are Indicted and arraigned under tho
I Kdnumdd law thcro will ho few to
promise obedience to tho law in future
They doubt cry much whether indict
a
hie intent for Iheir olfenfio can bo found under
fi IiIitl thin continuing prune construction of thin
I ejt 1 cohabitation clause of tho IMmuiuls Act
nth Kven jiinv tiny are auxiou lywaithigto
I i1 nee If I f Homo ot thoso who sire now under
il s going punishment for unlawful iolmbita
It 4 I I lion will boreindicted It is this belief
I F milt no new indictments will bo l found
1 I l agiinsl thoso now Miffuring punishment
A t j that lends Jiopo to many and makes mar
op o tis of hiiso who would think t twite ho
fore they chono to obey their church in
preference lo tho law
I What is tho remedy for thin It Is this
I a I and will prove most effectual if tried
5 1 ° M ku tho punishment for unlawful co
n l e1I habitation coextenalvo witli tiiat for
1 1T polygamy jabolieh the Matuto of limita
e tions BO her as polygamy und unlawful
5 1 J cohabitation are concerned i enact mar
hti ffugo law making it unlaw ful for any mill
It l ibler to Bolemnlzo the marriage usrcinony
I unless tho partiia desiring until religious
I I Bolemn ation profit tho murriago certi
1 ficate of tho authorised
civil nugibtinto i
enact a regibtry hlv fin births and where
I the latornity of II thild is not known
I make IllIcIt child the ward < of tho Stab
e 1 after the ugu of infancy and during In
I fancy to a certain extent and register llio
naino of such nitlliut flub hi a record
which fohall bo open to public inspection
I
spection > > i mulxo tho parties bolemnU
I hog a polygamous nmiriago liable
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to tho fame ptmMiment as the parties
enteringinto such marriages give tho
Territory an independent Supremo Court
roiniosed < lor men of national reputation
and miko tho compensation such that
tho services ot such men can bo readily I i
commanded increase the number of trial
courts nnd give tile lroseculin Atlor
fey a sufficient number of assistants trj t
prosecute cases of jiolygamy and unlaw I
ful cohahitnlion in all tIle counties Him j 1
ullancously and make the jurisdiction of <
tho courts over these crimes concurrent
This is merely A sketch of n plan and
makes no pretension to detail With I
somu such cnnclmenl1 these the pun
luishmcnt for unlawful cohabitation
ould no longer be n bagatelle
I
FltOM WYOMING
A Gre Jliver Bpecial to llio Cheyenne
Sun Bays that Bomo evidence of a very
startling nature was gien before tho
Grand Jury thcro yesterday The start
ling tcslimony given by the Hcv Tim
othy Tlilrloway tIme Congregational min
ister nl Hock Kprings This startling tes
timony says that the Chinese themselves
net fire to llieir own houses on thin day of
the Hock Springs massacre for the
purpose of saving them from pillage
and to present tine dirt floors from
being dug Into for limo purpose
of finding any hidden < Ircasuso that tho
Chinese may have hurried thcro Well
nnd what of nil this 7 If it bo truo it will
relieve tho mineiH who massacred tho
Chinamen of ho chaigo of aison but In
no way mitigate their crime of murder
If a man sees a mob of murderers np
proaching his duelling for thin purpose of
killing him plundering his house is
it any crime for that man to Betfirflto his
house nnd flee to tho hills for safety
Among the heinous crimes charged
ngainst tho inoffensive Chinamen nt Hock
Springs is the fact that In one instance
when llio ruins of thin Chinese dwellings
wcro being excavated after the massacre
Homo six thousand dollars were ilis
coveicd Tho accumulation of such
n Bum clearly proves that its owner
or owners had been industrious
and frugal It is veiy doubtful whether
the whilo miners nt Hock Springs had so
much money in store Oil the day of tlio
massacre If tho Chinamen burned
their dwellings to save tho money hid
within them they are to bo commended
for their act and not condemned Miss
Eleallor Thirloway the daughter of thin
llov Mr Thirloway testified lhat a
Chinaman Ah Quong by name said
China boy no liken American boy catch
him things nnd China boy set firo to
bouses China boy showed his BCIIBO But
how logs it come that the evidence that
tho Nov Jlr Thirloway and his wife and
daughter gave before thin Grand Jury
is made public Such a proceeding
Bccms n litlld queer does it not Are I
the HOI Mr Thirloway and his wifo and
daughter given a special indulgence to
divulge to the public thin evidence which
they gave lo Iho GrandJmy lhat preju I
dice against thin murderers of thin Chi
nese nt Hook Spring may bo 1 removed
11111 tine old hatred and dislike of the
I
Chinese bo renewed The next thing to
do to relieve llio Hock Springs wuins
of the odium attaching to thi m anl 1 their I
crime is to prove nnJ doubtless it can
be done that tho Chinese hired men to
assault their part of tho town and drive
them into tho hills und kill some twenty
or thirty of them merely for tho purpose
of treating public sympathy in
their behalf Such theories find
ready credence in Utah and
wo have it on authority that
certain Federal oflidals committed or
caused to bo committed borne most I
beastly outrages upon their dwellings
merely for bits purpose of creating public
sympathy In their behalf ami to create a
prejudice against the community Wo
recommend this method < l to our W > oming
neighbors believing that they will bo
able to convince thin majority of their
people of tho correctness of tho theory
tho same as tho majority of tho people of
Utah are convinced < 1 of this theory re
gard to thooutrngo upon Dickson Varian
nnd McKay It will do for home con
sumption but dont try 10 export it
A GOVIHNMINT DUTY
That it is the ilnllyof < thin Government
lo enforce Iho laws few will deny < Hut
lImo duty of enforcing n law and bringing
culprits to justice is not its only duty t in
this regard Tho Slalo punishes for pro
leclion primarily and for the reform of
the criminal class Boeondariiy for re
venge never When thin Government
has Umlicatcd its UUH and holds their
violators ill its power I tho Government Is
as much In duty bound l to treat its pri
soners humanly und decently as it is to
vindicate its laws No disgrace can bo
put upon tho Government like tlio
disgraci of llltroiatilng I those who
tare absolutely within its power It
mulshes for protection and tile preserva
ion of bociety and clvlllaiion i
hen i upon whom devolves tho duty
of avolding Iho inllictlon of baibar
ibin bo much as upon tho Government
thin ioreriiltietnt of thu United iStateu has
undertaken in earnest to punish thu uo
Illtors of its laws in this Territory Al
ready it hullS in durance vile adoen or
two of Biich iolitorri lint to whut sarI of
a place has it consigned them It has
consigned them to a place that Is a dis
grace to thin Government and a btandhii
reproach iiixui tho civilization of his age
Since the days of Howard I all civilized
governments have endeavored to ame
liorate tha condition of the criminal
classes who hao been brought to justice
Tho people of tho Kastcrn States and of
Kngland < turn to the pages of ridding
and Smollett to gain an Idea of the pris
ons of a century ago In Little Dorrill 1
will bo found u description of limo Old
Maruhalbca that last remnant of prison
barbarism Ingland In Utah one has
but to obtain a pass from tho Marshal to
visit tho inside of tho IcnUunliary to bee
what tliuny BOck for in books This Utah
Penitentiary id just such a place an the
prisons of a century ago in llurope
I and the prlbonu in Mohammedan
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countries today In the Ulah I
PenItentiary a hundred criminals as
sociate together every day and Perfect
themselves In vice Can such a disgrace
ful condition of things bo avoided
Most certainly it can It is asked by
whom such condition of things may bo
avoided Some think that thin United
States Marshal to blame Tho United
Stales Marshal 110 more to blame than
tho farmer in tho field Wo know that
Mr Ireland has besought and Implored
tho AttorneyGeneral to do something to
relieve tho Territory and thin Government
from this deep disgrace but his prayers
have been In vain Ho Is compelled to
have things ns they are nnd not as ho
w wish So far as Territorial prison
ers are concerned tho Territory is to
blame It is as much the duty of tho
Territory lo provide a sate clean light
and airy place for tho confinement of her
prisoners as it is for Iho General Govern
ment lo do the same for its prisoners
1vcn convicts und felons havo somo
rights and among them arc the right to
health and a chance to reform If I reform
is possible Tho surest way in tho world
to confirm men in vice nnd wickedness is
to put vicious nnd wicked men together
In confinement Tho men who remain
for a year or two in thIn Utah Peniten
tiary are much wickeder nt heart ninth
more accomplished in vice when
they emerge from its walls than when
they entered it Tho Territory owes it to
itself 10 tlio people and lo civilization
and society to furnish n respectable place
for the reception of the violators of her
taws nan in that place each criminal
should be separate from tho rest and
never allowed l any converse or commerce
with his fellowconvicts The Bamo duly
devolves upon the General Government
also and if tho General Government
does not deem it fit to erect a proper
place in Utah for tho confinement of its
prisoners it owes it to itself to society
and to civilization to transport them to
decent prisons in tho States with which
it may havo contracts Tho Pcnilcntiary
in this Territory is as much n disgrace as
tho crimes for which its inmates are con
fined within it
Iliislncss on a Solid BasIs
Never before has business been estab
lished on a boiler basis in Ibis country
It is a basis formed by a conservatism
prevailing in all industrial and com
mercial circles Business has become
conservative because it has tired l of spec
ulativo spasms and the subsequent Rea
sons of enforced frugality such specula
tion entails As a consequence there
seems lo bo very little prospect fortunately
o7uril 8 d
tunately I of n return to the inflamed
activity of a market which went mad in
riotous investments and enterprises and
came to its senses only when prostrated
by its excesses Detroit Eicniny Journal
A BUITVIO woman last spring received
a telegram announcing the death of her
husband who had deserted her In the
summer she married againand thin other
day olin was distressed to see her first
husband return proving her a bigamist
lIe had benl the lying dispatch himself
to get his wife in trouble
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LAND AGENTS AND ATTORNEYS
WILLIAM II Ulltll JAMES LOWE
IJIIII A LOVVH
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tt01Xloya
Olllcc next door to U H Luna Olllcc
Bait Lako City Utah
will iiromoto claim In contested and im
pended tutu In ho I Laud Ollleo ul Halt Luke
City Huh and 1 Ucntrul Lund Olflce atMmhlnc I
ton D 1 U obtain lutcnl nil JInmekUul iro
unptlon Dcjcrl und < 1 llmUr Cultnro Knlrlen
ami upon coal mid mineral lund
UcnWul lurornmtlon rtlalliL to laud fur
ulklicil with main platen cud dlu ruing
Notary r futile liioillcc
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Land Agent Attorney
HALT LAKH CITY UTAH
i I Obtains Patents for Agricultural
and Mineral Lands
Onlee next to U H land Ofllce I1 O Iloz SM
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J LLOYD
Custom Jtoot and Shoo Maker
No 9 Emt Second South Street
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Kktakllthed ISM
FURNITURE
BARRAIT BROS
141 to H9 Until Street
Salt Lake Oity
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BARRATT BROS
BREWERIES AND SALOONS
A Fisher Brewing Co
a rower flour U C It n 11101 D It O Depots
Salt lAke Clly utah
We are now prepared lupply Ihe Public will
Keg and Bottled Beer
Of Superior Quality
L1t 3Poj3ixJttx ZPxioos
HEADQUARTERS
Tho Clip Depot for the celeLraled Albert Fisher
Ueer I al
Tufts Nystroms
Popular Beer Hall 109 S Main St
Where will always bo found a supply of our
2 os efij 33ottlocl Boor l
Orders Kollclkd and Promptly Attended To
BUEWERY P O Ilax 1017 Telephone 291
IIEADQUAKTEKS atlattiNyitronVi Tele
phone 17J
A Fisher Brewing Co
The Old IteliaMo
CALIFORNIA BREWERY
Is again this year ISM producing tlio
Finest Lager Beer
IN TIlE ROCKY MOVjfTAIXS
Bottled Beer a Specialty
Try It and bo convinced
Office 17 and 19 E 2d South SHeet
Salt Lake City
HENRY WACENER Propr
Beer Is Life Itself
SATURDAY JUNE 27
I opened at the lgcJ OUDKrK 1 JONES HA
LOON with a flue stock at
Beer Liquors and Cigars
of finn rodon ustd woexpoct to ace you there
Cotoo along Ifl 11v allots Lotsof oxirrtettco
alld Illenly 01 gOOll1 In alirealtccou Wo will
iloane you and strIve to hold jour patronage
JWSliootlug Gallery lUlHarda and Tool on
Iho premium
AJ PEACOCK
Opposlto the Opera Home Second South H
MEDICAL
Dr FOOTE Senior
Of 1291eslngtou Avcmio New York
Hereby ciiiillonw Cite pnrll MIT Ki
iniiluy or Jo sits lusilcitto ivllli u
SiIliiist ling lilmtiir Dr Tout Jr
without iiiiililnu linn Inquiry
lhls stat raise to Salt Iako Clttt t reprcuotltg
lltosclt aa thu I toss 11 Ito 1 f 11 Ttoei uS nil
York the well kllown eeluUII as nlIIIInlly
Iroved by alllelavll Ao fllll1or soap Iliin Stilt
Lots CIty from lIakola alll lonlaluL lrolll UII
OSIol mado there ho ehaugII tilt LI1o Llld
re Iretoti toil himself allh knit 01 u Inoro lintel
tJeclutl 1 lii 1 Now IOy knIlWIJ titan Pr i It
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Ioio Ilto noell kutowtt author hir Joint t °
ttto eaftitowa It kttowtt I I row s Itirettory I its
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Now 1stirk Ui Iroverullr yours lit tim IIriotory
business Na Uoyertsor Fisatig IVILII1 Uluh
alldlh1 hots Aiisiaos WAKIA Ior IIIUIlY yell
loImaler III Now York Clly also IIlIneYllr 01
IhIorl guvo Ihelr nllhluvll that 1110 court an
oIlier doctor In New York hy lisa lIume III long
or root ooce 1littg hr Ii It Y sotTc lito siutlinc
f V3IcCJtI
for jllldo
at hleditol Cu hint Ott So lieu and IsIs I Ian
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Yoouo liio geltoisso tic oweo Jr ln here
alter Ihrw ciltilli y Site initial 11Jll to ihesig
tiuttstg I lila Isaac ihurciolora la las iceit
hicatloits kuotots lint have otsh beets at I toot chocitlatoit a huh wherever hip ito statue liii hitb I at
Ito Fonog Jr Oreuter curo wiii 110 lukell hero
hitter In vIew oh tie tact tint sui its etoelhilCi
leraott hat aaat tine I Ia 150111 tip ills attil hits I
I1lberl relIlIalloli
fhoo delrllg fllrlhel and 1II0ro sfrtoIoh in
orllloollill retied ho thIn mutter will relv
hi hip uditrossisig Clue HIiIU I I flk I hty lIst
IOhu1i1 hllVlllg lisho rsois Shut 01 nelvalltllgO lu
Itistii1ttr 0 hit tinily I iitittfluishsato the aatuo hit
ru n II JWIUjI
11 with I I Sutticotattil ti Ohejiride Sail
lako City
llioso detlrliiK to commit llli IOOTE prole
tlonully or to order remcdUt tliould adtoess
curer
Dr ED FOOTE Sror Dr EG FOOTE Jr
lilt luxliiKliHi tye1 Now Viirli
Coiuulutlaii Free III person or by letter
THIS PAPER roar lifl found ft urt on NewiiiAlur ffl iito < Mr A > 1
1 ertlftliijr Iluraau < KIbpnlco Nt wlieroiulvrllBliiir
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DANICS
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Union National Bank r
SALT LAKi CITY
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CiipHnl Fully 1nlil 200000
MMIANSAOT8 A aKKHIIAI HANKING
TI llmlncss llccchcs deposit payable on
demand
Collection made at current rates and remit
tances made on day ol payment
CorrcpondcnM hat principal cities nl the
United States nnd Europe
COMMODIOUS SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT
Connected with tlio Haul
Special attention ghen to Ito sale of Ores
arel Bullion
BullionJOSKlII It WALKER ITCIdcllt
lIENS 0 UAYliqUll CaMilcr
U S DEPOSITARY
Deseret National Bank
SALT LAKE CITY
PattI tin Capitol 200000
SurpluB 200000
II S KldrcdBC President
Urn Jcnnlnc Vice 1rcst
Fcrnmorz Little
John Sharp Director
WmW niter
U S IIIIls UaWcr
Jo T Llftlc Ass Cashier
Rcecti IHpotltt rayalle 01 IJcmolll
I Ilnjs and Sells Exchange on New York Son
Francisco I Chlciwo Ht Louis Omaha loOn
don and principal 11 continental eftrca
Makes Collection Remitting Proceed
Irolllpltv
McCORNICK < Co
3A EaS
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
And Halley Idaho
Tramact lter j < Dcicription of Hunting
Jtttsincsa
COitEESPONDENTSI
totpooteos t anil Trailers Notional Itoisk NY
g nmmereioh Nottotial hook ChIcago iN
flrnt NalionaIUn Chicago ms
Chemical NotIonal lInk N Y
Omaha National 1I0u Omaha
First NatIonal ltatsk Son Yrnclseo Cat
kllf
llouotoo ltrothcrn t Y
HtateHalngs ABsoelalioll SL Loul
Crocker Woolworth 1 Co Son IrncIBeo Ca
City Nuttottol Bottle Vemer
T n JONES a J LYNN
T R JONES Co
BAJ1I3EBS
Salt Lako City Utah
Transact a General Bunking Jlutincts in
all its Jlranchct
Dealers In Iorclgu I nud Domestic Exchange
ll lgt
Careful att ntlon I given I to Collections and rt
mlttanccsm doon < lay ol payment
Long loans gad l Clip Steal fcstalo at low
rates ol Interest
Special att ntlon given lo the J Selling of Ores
ami re n jl fi
attih llulllo of which Consignments arc
elicited
Advances mode on ore Bone Nuttiest Gold
and SIlver br Bhlpped for refinlug
COBRESPONDKNTD
New York J II Colgate A Co
Omaha Omaha National Uanlc
Chicago First National Hank
ban Francisco Hank ol California
Deliver Colorado National Hank
Wells Fargo Cos
a A JSrE
SAlT IlKl dIE UTAH
General Jtanltng Jluilncn Transacted
Fnrclgu and Domestic Exchange bought and
bold
Special I attention given to tho purchase and
eat ol oesa iih bullion
Ucturns for collections promptly made al cur
rent rates
Iclcgraphlc I transfers made and commercial
I
soil hrayet iredlU Issued available I lu Iho
principal cities of thouorld
r WIIlol
Having In addition to our H uk Correspond
elll Oil Eupocn Ageocy III almot every
10WII Wcot 01 Ih Hocky Moulllaills atricde us
specIal facilities for tooting collecllono and
execuHlIg commission
Aeeoutsteoh 1I0llko ollcl Jlnnkero merenlllo
alld manufacturlnR firms corporations salt
Ing companies stockgrowers and Individual
received on faorablo terms
COKKKSfOSaKXTSt
New York Wells Forgo b Co
81I1rallelaco Wells Fargo A Co
Dntoll Maverick hatloual Hank
Chicago Merehallh NatIonal Hank
IJIllellillall l bird National Hank
mouser Klrtt National Hank
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Ontistia First National Hank
Si louis Hoatmcns Savings Hank
New Orlenn ulslana National Hank
Purl Lhcrbctte Kauo A Co
willi on Wells Forgo A Co
jj 1001A i slHCHt I
COAL
D R GW
Coal Agency
115 H MAIN KTUKCT
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Pleasant Valley
Anthracite
Blacksmith
COAL I
Coke Charcoal Wood J
far Allot tho above Coals aio llinronghly
eroenoll nail clean
Prompt Poliyery Oiiamnlccil
Telephone No 211
SELLS BURTON CO Managers
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Weber
Red Canyon
Pleasant Valley
All tho roalii In ito nmrkcl nnd the very heal
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VAItlli Utah I Central Drp
WEBER COAL
Home Coal Company
Dealer In CO U from i the
Wasatch Crismon Mines
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No 37tonV 111051 Sauilhlhiocl Suit JakOClty
HARDWARE MINING MACHINERY AND GENERAL SUp =
JEOnUE M SCOTT President n S
FAMES QLENDINNINQ VlcoPre ldent IlUX
Geo M Scott feCi Civ SCE
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IMlOHTEUS ANI DEALKU8 IN
HARDWARE IRON STEEL IRON tl
Miners Tools Stoves Tinware 1 I
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General Assortment oi Mill Kn
GHANITJ IUONWAHK AND DUIPPING VANS STAMPED JiJ
BLACK IOLTSHED GAIN ANnmo AND PIECED TIMYAllE ri
HLACK SHEET AND GAIN ANnmD mON i UlMVEIiel
ChARCOAL mON 110ILEU TUDKS STEAM OUs
AND WATER PIPE BUA83 GOODS j SEI
DENS PATENT PACKING ETC ETC
Also Carry in Stock n Full Jlno of Itlakos Improved Htcam 1imitm nd
ins rncincs John A llocblings Sons Cos blccl Wino llojie Yuan alt
anil Engine Oil Hercules Powder Cap and IMso lloston MUn
Palonl Strclchcil Kubbcr neltlng Stockholm Tar Pitch llosin uj Pi
LDE3BI OA TDVGr ons
Exclusivo Asenls for tlio Heavy BtcclToinpcrcd llnttcry anil Boiling O
CUNNINGTONC
TIm LEADING IIOUSB IN UTAH FOIl
FAMILY F AND MINING I I SUPPllil P 11
We carry n full mid complete stock of Ini
Staple and Fancy Groceris
Wholesale nnd KeUill In our
JBard are Depar1iDlel
Wo carry n full lino of Carpenters nnd Machinists Tools nnd all IInJi
Mare Tmwnre Tnblo nnd Iockcl Cutlcrj In our 010
tfIining JJ epartxne
We carry a full stock of Candles Powder Fuse and l Caps lick SL I
Steam Fillings Etc Etc and wo nro Agents for
GIANT POWDER Bfl
ORIENTAL SPORTING
AND BLASTING POi
Hooker Pumps Howe Scales and l tim Crescent Extra Steel I
CUNNINGTON
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11 T IACY Vice Ircaldcnt ttnnn
BI I I 1111 lI II
Utah and Montana Machinery
SUCCESSOR TO
JL1nam LAOY tIll
Carries tlio Jlnst ConiiilcteS S
In hIS West
Ci
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AIR COMPRESSO
Wcsliiigliouso Engines I
Knowles Steam Pumps s and Pumplasl I 1
Boi1ers Lowerjs cfc F6
Wire Rope Horse Whims Stoam and Air Hose j r
JJron Pipe and ittini 1
Hancock InnpirutorH VnUoli Cylinder and Machine Oils ClilllcdlnxS I
Smeller Mill and MlnliiK Supplies I Contrncta nnd 1 KHUHI
made for Cornish II Itolls Hork Breakers S
Exclusive Agents for the Triuiniili ConCtfJg
Concentrating and Stamp Mills and Smcl
Machinists Tools Woodworking Machinery etc ole Send ford
Ollico anil ViirorooniH 1550 Maui Street Salt
Agoxaoy Ixxtto JVToxtrj
MISCELLANEOUS
11950
IN CASH
GIVEN AWAY
To SMOKERS of Blackwells
Genuine Bull Durham
Smoking Tobacco
Tills Special DciHUlt Is to mmrantco this
Kymcnt 1 of tlio lit irtnilumi fully dcecrlbcd
III our former niiiionncemcnti
rIte prunliims will lio paid no matter bow
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Small tlio number of bags returned may bo
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NOrJOE
I n u WAIIACI iticiaviit or ruiuiu
I Moneri fur llio Territory 5 ml l Utulibr vlrlno
of Ihu iiiilnorlly ysa tell In me und bydlri < rllon
at r tlio lion HccrtUryol tlio Interior will fill
AT IllllllO AUUIION
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tu Ihu II Alt 1 U W railroad i flICk I conilaiin
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nowlylnit at ike sam miii at i H JI2 NUlioitel I lit i
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bidder iruvldod ncli I bldilmll bo two third
sil this oiihruUod aluo ul said i iiii tier
II 111 WAIIAUi lleeclnr
Dated Bull Lake City Utah Sold H W
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR
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most men and used
more every year
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