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fQL JL NO 515 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATU11DAY OCTOBER 31 1885 FIVE CENTS
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I L BUSINESS OARDS
1 OT1CE 1 HAVE TillS HAY I10UOHT
c out the Livery business nt George VV Halt
I tIm prepared to continue tho business at
e old itand Stables on Went Temple utrcct
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t rly oppoilto thin herald omce Neatrlei
VaionanYet pricea I IIAZHLOUOVH
t g WIll ll
I i rATclflis BLOCKS AND JEWEMIY UK
l paired by Aflolph llaucrhacli lai2ts Hi
IiMlED ANDERSON NEALESTATIi 11UO
trJell
rl kcr and Notary Public ItcnU houses col
cts rents and Interest loans money at low
ten makes outtfccdv mortgages etc Houses
Del O lots for Halo in all parts of tho city Omen
I old Salt Lako House No trouble to show
Lopcrtfps Vi
JrOS 12 ANI8 lilt HIQQIN3 CATAUIIII
V PiX Ileraedyli warranted to euro all OnIon If
Directions aro followed Ofucc No 272 Main l
ANreet y
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ffliifgjlriithe MlcroloI > lc anti Analytic Ihyslc
KNi Wono the elee HpeclalUV All orilar before by mall taklne promptly medicine filled of
iclrfiis Dr 0 W nigging No 272 Mnli Street
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Wronitbt Iron Fencing and
do of Iiulldera Iron Work
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NEWS or TIII DAY I
Tlio Queen has declined Interfere In i
the coon of Iionls Kiel leaving lbs matter
ioitla tho GovcrnorOcncral r Canada who
Is now engaged in an investigation
KmmaNoadascano with Schwab tho
uslcnl critic whom nho alleges attempted
nbl IOh
to blncLiuail her lt MI on Nevada rofui
lag to retract This kind of advertIsing
odgo is old but it still works like a charm
Counsel for tho inrlles asking tho gaY
lblr 11J
e iraent to bring suit to vacato lbs licll tcl
ephono patents present their I views in the
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alter today Tho hearing Is Intended as
ircllminnrv to a full and exhaustive argu
ncnt when all stidenwihl present the law and
lacis
Udward C BaIts a collector of tho Met
polltaii National Dank of Washington
alms to hMO been robbed of L 0OOOiu
collectIons yesterday Whether lie com
Ittedtho robbery himself or whether it 1
wns lbs work of n clever pickpocket is uu
decided
Than annual report of General Drum
djntantGcncral of tho Army furnished today
day for publication says Tlio Adjutant
cncrnl has ranch pleasure to stato that lbs
number of desertions from tho army during
IDa past yeur r Itse aettoibly decreased boirg
711fl less than lbs number slated In bIn 1 01 lust
report
portTho
rite Bulgarian prisons ado crowded with
f qJ tdg iA
Servians who have been taken 1 into custody
by tIle authorities 300 ole incarcerated in
10 masque of Sofia and 200 re other nl places
in hits country The agitation against Nor
vIa is approaching a climax The rcstora
halt of tho slatu quo ante means tho ruin
of Frinco Alexander and tho Bulgarian min
haters
Luther Harrison exAssistant Commis
sioner of the General Land Office has filed
n petition In tho Supremo Court of tho Die
trick of Columbia for a writ of mandamus
to compel tho Secretary of the Interior to
n < him to practice as ail attorney before
Iho Interior department Harrison is one of
the oxofficials disbarred from practice bo
fare the department for two years from tho
dole of his retirement by tho recent order
of Secretary Liraar
rIse first annual report of tho Labor
iureau relates to questions of industrial
cnrcssion imolvingn study of their char I
gris their causes and whether as to their
duratIon severity and periodicity they are
RrN if I
all 1 aliko in the great producing countries
uch an investigation included the question
of the influence of depression on the cost of
ivlng 1 tho extent od which industries are II in
olvcd l the cost of production as influenced
by the use et machinery and other kinds of
tiestlous
rIte Now York ICoril opinion of Mc
Icllan is that no soldier was ever more nn
uilly dealt with l or more harshly cruelly or
ti i li We
unfairly criticised l WhIle ho was doubtless
slow in his operations bis caution was duo
to his desire to ma Ilio liven of his soldiers
Ho wanted to win his victories with as little
sacrifice of his bravo follow ers as possible
This gave tho politicians and contractors i
who did not wish to see the war brought to I
a close the opportunity to plot and intrigue
apalnst i l him While ho was checking the
lido of tho rebellion the politicians were
seeking his overthrow
A oaso his orison under tho registry laws
of Now York State which I may ol lead to bomo
omplicutloni in caso tie coming election
lonld be a close one West Chester adjoins
Now York and in accordance with the pro
sions of the election law all voters must
register Thcio has been no registration in
on this yeor Tind yesterday was tho last
day of registration t in the rural districts
hero is no opportunity to remedy the drier
1hel
if one has been made Tho inspectors of
eleetom are in doubt about their rights to
uso last years registry
It is probable that In roorganization
of tho Civil Service Commission the chief
I1laeo will be given to Judge Maynard tho
present Second Comptroller tho Treasury
It is said at tho White Ilouse that tho va
ancicfl on tho Civil Service Commission will
not bo filled until after tho Presidents re
turn from Buffalo on Wednesday or Thurs
day neat and that no appointments as Com
nnssionem have jet been determined upon
Second Coniptialler Maynard says no < placo
eftd g Nt
eft trl l N cJt J
Ott the Commission has been offered to him l
tIlt < 1 bo hRA Ito lIeplrntioliH whatever In Ihat
dlrootloll
rite elvelilb nnuual convention of tho
National WOIUIUH Cliristlull Temperance
Union begun in Philadelphia jcfcloi day Tho
H l lll fI J
hall was crowded in I ivory part and there
were n low men in time nudicnoo rime par
quell ants occupied by thirlylhodclooatofi
r lreuelt hug nearly every State nnd Terri
tory in tIme I Union A telegram asos sent to
llishoii rotter ot New York osking him to
Hend their greeting rlv Arclidoncon Fnrrar
the classic temperance worker of modern
times A letter regretting her inability to
ho present nun rend from MiM Itoso Mica
bells Cleveland I ulster of the President
QounodH new oratorio Mora ct Vita
w an produced for lImo first tlmo in Amcrioii
nt tho New Jlnsio Hnll in St Louis last
night under hits direction of Theodore
Thomni Miss JJnimn Juch Unilly Vlnnnt
JhnrkH Turner mid Myron W Whitney wcio
ho Holoists TIme nudieiioo wan ono ot limo
most brillinnt over eeen iu St Louis nnd
mmbcied fully 4000 persons Tbo oratorio
was received with great enthusiasm nnd pronounced
ggJll
nounced tho grandest of Uounoda works
rims rendition was of u character leaving
Ittlo to bo dcairod limo chorus was utrong
and excellently drilled told tho soloists woro
ill in good voice Thomas expresses un
rmalitlcd admlrntlon for tIme now work
lIme Now Mexico Block Growers A soci
allots met in Santa 1u C8terday lImo inem
J tt
liors represent y000000 head of cattle val
ued nt Ar000000 < lima committee on
roaolntioim wnn iiiHtruoto4 to report n pluu
for time organization of n Nntioua llango
Asaooiiitlou lo tinbrnca nil tho cattle rangt
wet of limo Mississippi river Thia Is n
movoincnt loiiklna lo n ucccssion from lime
National t Drovers Association It M pro
posed to innlin this nn entirely Western
iiHHoolntion with henditiarteruat pioiiiiiicnt
points in the far West the rouge cattle I in
terest 1 being i Ot totally I dllTorcnt j from the agri
cultural find dairy iiitoroslu which control
time Horse and Cnttla llroodcru AsHoclatioii
loon to meet in Bt Louia
lImo Hocretiiry of tho Inteiior bus re
ceived Y report from Bupcrinlcndcnt tu Wear i
of lime Yellowstone National I 1ark upon Ilia
conduct of tho affairs Biuou taking ohargo of
lime Turk July html last Ito Hnj a ho found n
lack of diHoinlina nmoug the cmploies nml
I JImkftfi
OI mkftfi iI
that hunters nero killing gaino Thwo
Iltlnl IIIvo bent Ilmrdhd mid tim Park IH I
now full of game of nil hindu ineludlng
about 110 bison large nuiubeni of elk mill
novtrnl bands of nnlelopo About sUteon
miloi of goml load to Ills leading nttrnotions
liava limit built Tho superintendent HIJH
tho liotul ncTOiinnoilitloiis lire not vliattlu > y
Bhould bo for lime jiriowi chargod told lie
roe itimmtmt eimds Hint tom ono bu nullioilzud
mutlmt Iheiu is iwnielhlni lila nn ocjuhii
lent given to Ito I patrons lImo poliooaffairs
alno I need ogulntiiig I ul mud the Cdtabllslinient
of n court to try Park cahcsisriMMimuciuleil
110 ashes for mi npproprintinn of if inOOOO for
noxl j Inr
Hon Wlllinm U Hnillli of New York
hue been npixilnted Anabituiil Bocrctaiy of
Ibm Troauuiy in plaeo 1 of Charliw B Coon
resigned to title eflect Nor lUtli Hnilth in
u Inwi ur aged nbout 40 mill resides 1lntts
burg viilli liln ollloo in Now York City
uhorolia in I one of limo nttornejs fur tho
DelnwnroV liuJsun Uanal Oompany Ito
has been the lender of what Lnoun its time
j coast Democracy mid hate bucn ideutilloil l
wills tho Tilden l lenient of limo huRl trt In
lt Ito semis tIme leader l of liix imrly in lIla
Now York Atmembly nmt wiu ono of time
ll influential cLmiupionn of Gavenior
UlovoIandB reform mwibuicrt Ho was n
prominent figurehead in lImo declaration of
the vouiig Democrats nont to tho Chicago
convention tu urgu limo 1 nomination I ot Clovu
land and on Ills return was selected I I er
manngo the canvass In New Yells Stoic
TEN YEARS IN SING SING
The Kind or n Song Tuilgc Itnrrctl
Sings to n 1ormcr Wall Street
King
I
No Defense > lo the Charge No Keinorsc
for Ills Crimea Wnril Gets the
Full Pcnnlljr
Anil Wlmt n Happy Day > for Fish When
Fcrdlnnnil Shall > oll the Stripes
CHiiic lo Ilio mark Smiling
NEW YOHK Oct Ferdinand Ward was
sentenced byjudgo llarrett today to tho
Slate lrison for ten years
Ferdinand Ward smiling and perfectly
selfpossessed came into tho crowded court
room this moraine to receive tho sentence of
time law for one of the many crimes which
ho has committed in the world
of finance TIme Sheriff and Warden of
Lndlow street jail accompanied Throw
ing off his overcoat with n lazy air bo bowed
to and shook hands with his counsel As ho
looked around lbs room ha Raw few familiar
faces The Jury by which Ward had been
found guilty woro not present a body bats
number of the Jurymen occupied scats in
tho courtroom The box however was not
empty It was occupied by court attaches
1tt tt rriogll nj
limbs of the vrae and others who dropped
in to hear tho Litllo Napoleon of Wnlt street
sentenced
The court clerk was promptly on hand
wtltlifeo l n1 XJse f do it
with his assistant i The judge however was
late and did not arrive until twenty min
utes after the appointed hour When lbs
machinery I I of the law was tU in motion a
persistent lawyer arose and asked for a stay
of proceedings in tho case Judge Barrett
tried in n gentle way to persuade tho lawyer
lo alt until later in lbs day but tlio latter
was so earnest and bound to havo his own
way that lime court was compelled to
listen to tho lawyer then and there
When the matter had been disposed of
DIms District Attorney aroso i said Per
dinand Ward tho prisoner at tho bar has
been found guilty of lbs crime with which
ho was charged Counsel tho last session
of limo Court gave notice that nt this time a
notion for a now trial 1 would l ho made I
mon that tho motion bo mode at this time
General Tracy of Wards oomfscl arose and
in a low tone scarcely audible ten feet
away 10IJ TIts defendant Ferdinand
Ward moves this Court that judgment in
this action bo arrested
First That the facts stated in tho second
count of tho indictment do not constitute n
cr
tlll0n tho ground that tho defend I
ani being n director of a national bank the
vidcnco charges I him with I procuring nnlaw
fbI certification of his own check by that
ntional bank further that this Court has
not the jurisdiction of tho subject of this in
1 ictmcnt
Tlio bill of exceptions on which defendant
slit for a new trial reads follows
first In charging tIme jury that there was
nfhcicnt evidence to convict
Second In charging tho jury on several
iroposltioui to which upon tho trial oicep
tlons were taken and noted on behalf of tho
ctcudant lie appears upon tho minutes of
tho trial
Third In refusing to charge the jnry 00
several matters requested by tho defendant
anta
to which refusal exceptions were then and
hero taken and noted 1
Fourth In refusing advise the jury to
acquit the defendant and to which refusal
defendant duly took exceptions
Fifth In refusing to direct the jury
acquit lbs defendant and to which refusal
defendant duly excepted
Sixth In refusing to direct the jury to
acquit I the defendant on tIes ground of vari >
neo folft proof and the ul indictment
and to which exception was duly taken
When General Tracy had finished Dii
trieD Attorney Martin made this motion 9
suave that 1crdinand Ward be now BOn
enced by tho Court
Ward rose and stood in front of tho bar
by lbs side of his counsel His face was
ale but firm Ho did not flinch as Judge
tt tt i 1oJ
iarrctt pronounced sentence but stood un
moved while tho Court poured upon his heat
he words of condemnation Time court
room was hushed and almost an imprcssh o
ilenco fell upon the several hundred l men
vhu watched tIme I prisoner
Ward you have been convicted by an
eW 1hl
ntclligcnt and conscientious vlj jury l the
rime of which jon havo been charged
icjun the Judge directing his gaze upon
ho prisoner who stood before him you
have cortainly had a fair nndimpartial trial
lImo jurors were most carefully selected am
came to the trial of jourcasewilliapparenth
ol JI lgUo
I J 3 f
unprejudiced minds rime Court guarded all
our rights and privileges from ringeraen
o the best ability you were convicted
because you had no defense you offered no
defoiiBo to tho facts It is only a matter for
oonjclnro why eo iHlol1i ent II jury should
itave takeit so bug a tlitte to decide your
case If your caso had been that of uper
son wholly unknown limo jury need not hav
I W t
H g
Iho
left their seats on tho contrary your cas
has bad the benefit of more than oarefu
cUlIsideratiuo You havo been most nbly
< let ended by rotor counsel An address ns
irilliant and scholarly as any over heard III
hia courtroom was made in jour defense
You store not convicted on popular clamor
rite Juryprobably tleiayed in its judgmen
li lr 1II
because they were afraid that in som
way they might he accused of bout
fuOlI i CltilOl f F
ntuionocd by popular clamor while I
ended to make the conviction doubtful I
iiavo nothing to say to you in tho way of
liomlly because I think rt would be wholl
usolcss You havo shown jourself to lie
wholly indifferent throughout thin trial ol
time charges brought tr against you You sect I
f
to oxpnrlonco no remorse whatever aver
UK ruin and sorrow which vou havo brought
to hundreds people In this country You
liavedonomoro to unsettle public conlldenc
in moneyed institutions than any other mmlt
of Ibis government and jet thiough I hue
entire trial you have shown yourself to
bo wholly unrepentant for tho Bins you hav
committed This being 1 the fact I mus
limply content invsolf with pronouncing lbs
Kooni trIN lt t
icmenco of the Court which is that von be
unfilled to State prison at hard labor for
tho period of ten earn
Not a muscle of time prisoner1 fac
changed while these scathing remarks wor
made He bowed his head but did not ticn
his or dhow any uviileneo of feeling Word
was quickly Kiurounded by his friends lIe
put on his ouicoal took his Derby hat emil
left the courtloom nooompinied by hid
DroVers
8 aril w as taken from tho courtroom In
time hhetiirsolllee hither District Attorno
Mintin uaon followed The latter held II i
consultation with Sheriff DaviiUon and II
wan decided that Ward should be taken to
Sing Sing by time first train I from this Intuit
Viitrnl depot I Tho tinio i for its dcpartu
Mils UiW p i m and dinlnc the time litter
veiling neatly throe hours Wardu nun
mOllld were Iept secret but it was nude
stood that I lie was being accorded the trIo
rllod 1
rll
1 f Ji
ilego of attending t to sauna private affairs
Houaa not letnrned to the Tooiubu Cur
Ward turned over his effects contained lit
lui Hatolulu to a friend who camo with lilt
order from him
Miu Culiiminxlnii oil Orilliunco
New YOUK Oct lOIhu chairman of his
commission appointed by I the last Congre
to report u polley to bo adopted by the gee
miment to secure II uupply of ordnance am
armor plates have addressed a circular It
lor 10 steel manufacturers soliciting info
matlon on the subject lImo letter risks that
the manufacturers Indiotto in their rt111011
whether they can uupiily the guns ready flu
tn 1 llluub
l g
lulled or thu material including the nought
boring turning mid tempering required for I
guna of the largest caliber imolriiifEthv usa
of ingots I of steel t of tho weight of 100 tons
wIth n reasonable proportion of ingots of
smaller sire also if i they would l bo willing i
10 put up tho machinery necessary to cora
ilcto the guns in elton they had tho material
ishtd not the machinery 1 This letter further
states that the commission Yllet meet in Mew
York on Nov 17th nt which time hearing
will bo given to any parties who desire lo
resent their views
IvItlliiK thc II u I mm t of lUcCiil I
laugh
NEW YOUR October 30 Many theatrical
people attended the Halo today of John Me
ulloughs wardrobes and stage belongings I
at BtC Broadway Mary Andersons brother
Joseph wan there and bought for his sister
the crown worn by Macready purchased by
Mao lioncionult in Leaden and by him pro
eento to John McCnllongh Also present
was J II Collier who bought the play Met
ft hr Mfll rnef
mora and the rights for jtIa William F
ohnntonofPhUdelnbl < vwliobonphtthe
elusive right to the Gladiator I for flR
ad time Broker of Bogota for 100 Most
of the costumes were purchased by thcat
ricoh costumers at low prices only two Hales
wars made for more than 100 and they
were those already referred Gladiator
and Metnmora Largo bundles of inci
dental music manuscript pRe prompt
books etc were bought for 1 2 and 5
A dagger presented by Salvini to McCul
laugh brought 15 and a Macbeth dagger I
presented to Edwin Forrest Bold for 21GO
and sandals feathers crosses wigs I
akonp boxes Roman shirts and other ar I
tides used by MoCnllough in different char
actors which ho played wcro purchased for
little or nothing as souvenirs Ladies who
trl Ielrr tl
crowded in the back part of tho gallery and
who weds not recognized as belonging to the
theatrical profession bid for small articles
and paid casb not wishing to giro in their
dames Tho first dress in Ingomar brought
13 and the crown worn by Edmund Kean
and presented to McCullongh by Mon Boo
cault sold for 10 Mr Johnstono paid
21 for the claymore worn in Macbeth rho
llrat dress worn in I Othello designed I by Dion
01 IaJh blr
loncicault and said to move cost 1000
irought only 96 For tho second dross in
the same play CT waspaid The third dress
t g drfsI lri df
brought lJ and the fourth dross 7 A rich
Jahaaeso cloak brocaded on crape sold for
SaIt Edwin F Thome paid C25 for the
tourth dress in Ilichard III Captain Con
nor paid 11 for the Iloman toga shirt and
waIst and 23 for the shirt and waist worn
by McCullongh in Virginias The proceeds
of tho sale will amount to about 4000
niildnt Play mikiuinx Suiuluy
CINCINNATI October 2dMiss Franc D
Hall the YnraYum of Thompsons Mik
ado company and Phil Dranson tho tenor
Henry W Mitchell and L F > Sponsor of the
Around tho World in Eighty Days com
oXo toEiIf
lany arrested by the Law and Order
League called at Squire Tonys office this
oming and each pleaded guilty and was
ssossed 5 and costs Dr Davis of the
engno mndo a request that tho lowest fine
bo assessed Manager Ilavlin Raid that he
would not havo another pcrformanco on
t ln the league will go on and push
ho work now begun Mr Thompson man
ger of Mikado comp said that he
would prefer closing on oniulaj ni the
rowds on that day wcrovery largo and hard
to satisfy
Tin UIII riool In Virginia
LTSCimuno Va Oct 310n account of
the heavy washouts on therailwajsconnect
ng here ibis city U almost isolated from
ho outer world No northern mails have
been received hero for tbreo days and bust
11083 is suffering in consequence
ncport 111m In5111e
PlBis October jl1Tho physicians who
have been making examination as to the
mental condition of Mattel the wouldbe
ssassln of DoFreyciuet have made n report
declaring tho prisoner insane
TWO MEIIRY LITTIji JAlS
They AiiprecliUu IsaaC lluncn iaod
IVIiUk unit Irclt Vonieii
Oh yalthj oil yaltli Kcnttickeo
lorses vcr good Japan like Kentuckco
horse vcr much said the Marquis
amaguslii to n Post reporter at tlio Kb
bit House last night Situ Marquis and
his two companions Viscount K Fuji
nnio nnu Mr Nuynnm havo been coin
nissioncd by thoEmperor of Japan to
nako a tour of hits world with tho view
of learning us much as possible about
grlcnlturo and 1 hue breeding of horses
nd cuttle They left Tokio Japan on
tim Sill of September ami arrived in Ban
rancisco seventeen lays lator Since
hun they lions spent gomo limo making
observations in California i unit Kentucky
From Washington they will go to Venn
ylvanla and New York vvliere they will 1 i
nirsuo their inquiries nUll then proceed
to Knglaiul They expect lo spend n
car or BO in tho various countries of Ku
rolls then they will visit Australia and
laving thoroughly explored this principal
ixriculturil anil stockraising countries
in the world l they will return homo ami
report lo their Kmpcror what cisit boilono
onardd improving the cattle and ClOpS oC
Fnpan
Wo Bhall have Homo Kentucky horses
iiul Bonie Amorlcnn cattlu brought to
rnpjn for brceiling purjrascH said tho
Marquis though not in fiucli plain Kng
Ish They mo much better than Japan
JI7tl IJ
cattle American and Jupnn hornes live
together very agreeably General Grant
liter his visit to Japan Bent threu 8til
lions to our Kmperor amlvo havo Imii
Borne very good 1 Iioreei from them Wo
nhall have mora of them in Jap in The
Kentucky horeo Is hebt tho Kentucky
liorses aio very famous
lEave you tried 1 Duo KenUuky
whisky 1
Fooskio Fooskio I I
Tlio Jajianeso yoimi men didnt catch I
on at once hut it illilht tako them long I
Ijit tl11 hW hl111111U
to umlorntaml l I Thou they huutheil
vildly and freely ronfouMMl their nirkuil
ness uh yallhj i oil yailh Wl hIve hltll ii
Kcntuekco fooskio anil Kentuckeo hor > o
nnil Konluckco pletty girl
As they montloiioii tho IvuntucUco
jiletty girl I time two gay young gentlemen
I hc7 c1 ln lle
iron Asia oared thcmsolvos tired with a
laughter that Marlloil Ilio bojouriicia
tIle Klibit llouso and thoiulnnced a brisk
fatnliingo round tho tulilo
Kcntnckeo fooskio llong vely
Btlong Bald tho Maiimiu Bhaking his
lioail knowingly ami 1 laboring lo Hululuo
tho laugh that elrovo hard to luealc forth
again Jaiinesu Blilota not t > o Btlong
Shlotii good 1 vely good anil ho Binacked
Ills lips nnd thought of homo 5tNo wmt
W 11 lc fdtnot i
Ivcntnckco foosltlo 1 In JnMii
Anil 1 how about lImo jiiclly gIrls
Wont yon Bay u good 1 word for c them to
tIme Kmperorr
limo Commitssloiuid laughed again as
heartily as before rubbed their haiuU t
with joy and diuuod another fiuulango I
across lImo floor Then after distribut
ing fragrant Japanese clguicttus nil
nrouml I tho merry liltlo YiHconnt ouncd
mi st Oil I yaltli oh nitl oJ Kontuckeo
girls lieautltul aer nlio Wn want Bomo
Kentuckeo girls in Japan i but wo no roo
> ort to tho Mikiulu about them This
remark was I1CCOIII ulo < l by along low
laugh that crackled and upluttcrutl like u
wot log in a blazing lire UcitMnofoii
Joif
GROVERs SUNDAY OUT
The 1rcslilcnt nnil Srcrctnry Manning
Will Vote Ilio Democratic > Ticket
Dnrlr
Hcllol The 1roccctlliip to Cancel the
Hell Telephone tntcnts Commcnco
ToDay
Jlialrninn Itnmaer of the Utah Coin
illusion Presents Ills Report
ToDnjr
Clevehsitlh HundRT Outs
NEW YORK October 3llt Is announced
hermhnt President Clevelandwlinpeiia
Sunday in Albany ns the guest of Dr Wnrd
On Monday morning ho will leave for lnf
falo and after voting there on Tuesday bo
will return direct to Washington
Tho Ielephollc lllont
WASHINGTON Oct 31IIt the telephone
caso today quite a discussion took place as
to tho soopo of InrcBlIgallon and polntsthht
must bo dincusscd Secretary Lamar finally
Raid that ho had no power over the Patent
Office and tho question at Issue in his opin
Ion win simply whether ho should
advise tho AttorneyGeneral to bring
n suit to cancel the Bell patent or
et it aside That was tho matter
ho should like to hear nrrrncd Attorneys
were present as friends of the Department
to assist it in reaching a conclusion with
out reference to litigation in other courts
Ho regarded it as advisable and in tho public
Interest to postpone the bearing of argu
t nJlhf
menlo until ilonilny November itCh
The rtuli ComiiilNWlaitcrii Ilcparl
WASHINGTON October 311bo report
slates that lbs usuil annual revision of tho
registration lists was mndo and the names
ol all polygamisls stricken off Tho point
baa surely been reached when no person liv
ing in polygamy can voto or hold any office
notwithstanding this nearly all the officers
chosen at tho last election were Mar
mons who although they do not actually
live in polygamy subscribe to the doctrine
of plural unions Commissioner pay there
iiuvobcen but polygamous dur
ing the list year But that this arises from the
enforcement of the present law and not
from am change of sentiment on the part
of tho Mormons Should any weakncss bo
shown enforcing time law lbs report states
that polygamous marriages would bo as fre
quent as over Tho OOUNO of certain
polygamists in declaring their intention
of obeying the laws In tho future
has aroused tho wrath of the church This
gives evidence of interim dissension and is
an enconragiiin sign The Coimnraion
urges that no step backward in legislation
gtn1ttn IIia sl
bo taken ax it would giro great aid to lbs
church and crush out this growing spirit of
opposition
Mho report pays a high tribute to tho zeal
of present oflicers of the United Btutes court
tJ1t snjs that within I two years 8J indict
ments have been found for polygamy and 23
convictions whim 43 cases yet await trial
The appointment of an additional judge
is strongly recommended SR in ulna an in
crease In the pay of court officers Tho Com
mission recommend that all persons who at
tempt hottlcment or location upon dar
the United States bo compelled to take oath
before the proper authorities that they will
not practice polygamy and that tho laws
with reference to the immigration of con
tract labor and this h e1 bo so amended
ns to prohibit tho immigration of any per
sons who claim that their religion teaches
and justifies polygamy It is claimed that
this would shut oil the chief source of sup
ply of tho Mormon church
LEGAL NOTIOES
Notice for Publication
No 26011
LAND OFFCE AT SALT Lace CITY UTAH
k I tJYiJAII1
NOTICE is iiuitnnv critter GIVEN has filed THAT notice THE of
Mi lutciilloii to mal0 filial proof r In I support o f
68rotiietioilier l i llccuhcr i at s iiu Lake
CIty Utah on Satunlaj Hcpembgr5 J1S5 vtzt
Frtacrlk Snrentoii Ilom tcatt usury i Y o
4S 3 for Lob 1 tad 2 section 19 towuthlp a
bouth rouge 1 cast u L M
lie names tho folowlug i wIt neatest to prove
his contluuou reald roes post And cultivation
of said land vlr Jens Jenncn Boren
Chrhlomell MIIIam Jensen and 1ler Jellsell
all 01 IImponlIIe Salt Lake eouoty tileD
II MeMASTEn nelltlor
It L lIow Ann Atty Applicant
Notice for Iulilicutiou
lNo 2100
U B LAN OrricE SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
October la ISM I
NOTICE I fvdt IIEHK11Y GIVEN THAT TIlE
following named collier hare filed antIc
of their Intention castle final proof In support
of crcoec live claIms sad that ald proof
IN rgrlfl alt
S i rgr iie r
will he made before tho IteiUtcr and Itecclre
nt Halt Lake City oil Saturday November
1699 viti 88itiit A htarroa hhoariead Etlry
lt W for 4 Wk i4 fm a W Wg
20 1ulIlIhlp 1 N 11111I10 I WI Rnd he lIames a
11 suIt eoooa C 3 Itompau hoary Vhiilaa I
n g ilpJ iI la
Joteoi lhanoa ottl hatac 88 01 SaIL
LaVe county Utah And Martha ajineut
widow ol VnilamVaymentHoincsteadKutry I I
No 617 for SKf Section 12 Towmhlp 1 0 N
g
histago 3 OV aitd aDo toe oa hor sellesae
George East hlooos IllTlullokBamue Way
ki YI
nient and Joseph r ng incut of Ueber county
Utah II McMASlEUllcglitt
lliiiii A Low Attyii for Applicants
I
Notice to Creditors
Uktato of lanes II Giusos deceased
vroiicr I is IIHUEIIY I GIVEN its THE UN
N I II lJIoll
1 > designed administratrix I of tho estate of i
Jnmcsll ilbson deceased to tho creditors of
and all jirsoiu having claims agaliKt tho bald
deceased cto exhibit them with t f the necessary
onclior lthln ten mouths after tho Sot t
publication nt lliU notice to tho said adminis
tratrix at Salt lake City Utah In the County
01 Hall IIIk
ELIZA C CHOUGH
Administratrix of lisa Estate of James 11 Ulb
bit derIoI
jjatrnfafaiiU I lobe CUjvOctober Ii 1IJS5
DELINQUENT
CITY TAXES
Tho CII Taxes for Ilta year 18Si rmallling
UIIIohl on Ihe
I Slat 181 or icToiinii
SVill beromo dolliKiuont and iinlos thvy are
paid on nr before the nboc date 1 shall 1 be
1 i ohllfcd to collect tvltli com a provided by
law
M W TAYLQB Collector
SPECIAL NOTICE
10
IT AX PA YEBS I
t LI IKUSONa OVIN1 TKIlltirOUIA
1 Scliool and County tours aro hereby no1
j I I tilled that nil of saId laicj remaliilug iiiald 011
I thu3UI day ut f October bocauto d0IltttaaIth std
nl re8
It wIll bo lbs duty f the Oolloctor I lo Irocted <
liiimcillatcly thereafter to coiled lIsa tame as
l > v law rocjulrcd Kitrait from boctlon 19
I Chanter VIII laos of Utah 1878
II any pcrtou ueelcct or rcfiuu la pay 111
taiot I on or loforo I the 311 day of October In tin
you 0 Ilio luxot are a o tcd It f shall I bo tin dot
uf tliu tollcdor luHiy upon enough fcrou
taiiblo irs orly of the lIIInyr tu > ar Ibo
Ittuts and euI li and jirocee to tlt the amo
Ujxtii N jo y JONES
Collector for Salt Late County
onlco No 2 Couut > Court lloue
gllrr
Sail Lake City Ocl 29 185 I
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS
BOLTVAH HOBERTS W A NEL1M4
ROBERTS NELDEN
a
DRUGS
AND
Assayers Goods
Wo offer to the Trade Ute largest nnd Bent Stock of
Dl g s ayer sLTMaterial and Toilet Articles
Druggists Sundries
1
Surgloa1 XzitrUxaoxit > EJto Eito
Evor Brought to this Market
Wo nro Agents for all tho Leading Lines GOOds wo curry nnd can offer Better
Prices than ever given before
Entire Drug Stores Furnished at Five Days Notice t
We aro Novor Undersold I
VfTxito for a xioos ox EJOULC n Trio Oxdor J
Ifs Main Street Opposite Poslofllfe Sell Lake City Utah
MERCHANT TAILORS
Eiabtlelrd
1876 La1ge
X IMPORTATIONS
I Jy bbAbSFALL AND WINTER
H S
4
0 0
L
r 047
WtIiH iit
1OhiaxGO2
STYLE AND WORKMANSHIP
Unsurpassed by firms East or West
SUITS TO ORDER from 2500
SAMPLES FASHION PLATES AND RULES FOR SELFMEASUllEMENT
On Application J
Pa1roaaro JElcspoo1fuUy SoUoltod
JOHN TAYLOR SON
LlIEE = tOJBANT TAXLC > BS
ESTADL18IIKD IN 1SC5
Have Jut received a Chalet Lot ol
FALL AND WINTER WOOLENS
Of tho LATEST STYLES which they offer at ItEDUCED StATES Call sad examine our utock
BTiIdEt makeup before haying I your measure taken elsewhere
40E Second South Street SALT LAKE CITY
COAL AND TRANSFER OFFICE
Coa1 Coal
Pleasant Valley
Rock Springs
Weber and i
Red Canyon Coal
Sold und < delivered loU to suit at market rates Good clean coal and full weight t
guuinntccd
3ES 8 CLUTE
No 148 C
Oflico 148 S Main Street Tolophono No 148
WALKER BROS
EXTRAORDINARY OPPORTUNITY j
j
ONE Ta USAND
1
Pairs BLANKETS
To Io Sold at Maimiacturers Prices
The Best Chance to Get a Good Pair 1 I
of Blankets for a Little Over
Half Price t
A 8lI < iNIID ASSOKTMrNl OV j
Mens and Boys Overcoats j
n1J
READYMADE CLOTHING
HATS AND UNDERWEAR
AT BOTTOM PRICES
WALKER BROS

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