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VOL IINQ 95 SALT LAKE PITY UTAH MONDAY DECEMBER 21 1885 FIVE CENTS
BUSINESS OARDS
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teliNt I oro olloweU Olllee No VI Main
J UGl1 rIL xiTSTMAIN SinliKT TIIUKK
UwiS north ol Clllt House nnj leo Ir
Mlnitlie dOOrs Ill erosco plan1 Analytic lhy lc
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a eIe i AlloAlora by mall promptly Riled l
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ittake city tHat
PRO AL OARDS
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HAIr IVKB CITY UTAH
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ASSAYERS
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flu niN bTitucr SVIT lANE CITVUTAII
loot I Carefully nit 1romplly Ezeculcd
MISCELLANEOUS
wJ LEWIS B ROCERS
I I INSURANCE I
I TO ION FJItn IN8U1IAKCC CO
II > ilou iiilanil Capital and asset
T I iGttwi
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AND I
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art 14
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fllr aid fitter
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tar lllinlronln mill llctllll
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In sell 1 their order 10 tie above tint
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FlltSIIK31 lllST Coot lire kept In
UW lAKH CITY UTAH
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jtilli i
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Ami Machine Co
oIe n f u I AND BRASS FOUNDERS
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j 1 77111 711 W SUlollll South HhII I
HAIr JAK1 01TY I I
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it I tiacit tte Ditotag Cars stat Cat
u 11jlr1 Stag Iut trail 1 tIlls for HOIIIIII I
lkt 1 tIuit IVeit hit iroti Ioetiiit at
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to 0 I itt ktila at ituttiteri IjWl I StirS
5tu 11 i lfi 1 III111 tioti tutu a for Iroll nlll
u1 1 ttty nileil unit I itt work IIIOI
J LLOYD
Jfl V hllil Hoot ami Shoo ulcer I
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t ITIBPAOTION CJUAUAIITEED
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BLOODY WORK BY REDS
New Mclr Cnvalrj Ainlin 1icd Jay
Hostile nml lIvn of the lorM
Killed l
IxOllnUtcr Kclloj Talks of Irish
Nntloiinlllto nil rntliiHlnMtr
Audience
Instcnr llccclus Ills Tour Jlttlc Hy
dropliftMn Patients mid lint Holies
or ft Cure
Scinuc mid IOMHO niruNurcn
v AS lNO rON Doocinlior 2OSlneo the
l rcciont session of ConRrcss IwRon 723 tattle
md joint resolutions have been liUroducod
lit the Sciinlo mid novon nut of llioso which
irlfilnntcd In this House were panned by l Hint
bOdy 1247 ExecutIve mefTOfjofl containing
about 1BOO nominations have been sent l > y
he Iroiidenl to the Senate nnd have been
roforrod to the proper committees but
NO KOMIlMTtONl imi lirPN CONFIIIMEH
Two treaties one relating to the bonndory
ino between this country nnd Mexico nnd
ho other providing for thou settlement of
limns of certain American citizens against
Venezuela have been sent to the Senate for
ulioiin nlillcntioni Imvo twenlyfonr been introduced bills in and the nil
of llcprcscnlnllvcfl and fonr two of which
originated In the Senate hn > o been passed
Tomorrow in effort will ho made in thin
louse to secure the passage of
Till rilUSIDKNTUI SUCCESSION titLe
Under n suspension of tho rule This result
ho doubtful nod tho motion will not bo in
srg
1t Welht
m
tfool1
order until after the call of States for Ito
iitroductlou of bills nnd Joint resolutions
iliall Imvo been completed dl ns members
hove their desks full of bills to bo intro
Inccd the coil is likely to consume tho dny
The Bucccssion bill may bo considered by
n1 AJ g hl nh lg btl
unanimous consent but this is 1 not probable
ns nil opinion ia entertained by many
tcprosontalivcH that measures ought to RO
pRUlnrly to the committee beforo leccivinc
consideration in the House It is not likely
lie committees of tho House possibly ox
eptiiiR that on accounts will bo announced
until after tlio holiday recess
rho Senate if it has n quorum tomorrow
will probably continue
CONSIDERATION or Win DAKOTA JUL9TION
Until 12 oclock nnd of the bill fixIng tho
salaries of District Court judges after that
hour Tho House resolution to adjourn to
morrow night for the holiday recess will
I
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t
probably bo adopted by the Senate without
change
lie DiKlnrxrs IMrncIl Uut
LONDON December 21 Joseph Cow en tho
ncinbcr of Inrllamcnt elected for New
castloonTyne issued n manifesto to his
constituents respecting homo rule for Ire
and Conceit suits the chief ono of the ex
eptions made by Pnrnell in his manifesto
hnotructtn the Nationalists not to vote for
ll 1t RoL lt
3Ie dl
Littoral or Iladtcul candidates Gotten Hays
itt is impossible for England to consent to
teW m ff fr
protective tariffs for Ireland Sue conllscn
ion of the property of landlords in Ireland
or for Irish members to legislate on home
hJ eJRhioImmgl
affairs in Kngland in addition to having
theIr own Parliament With these ctccp
ions I approve of homo rule for Ireland
roper guarantees for tho representation of
minorities equitable partition of all 1m
pertalchinrgco and the unity of the Umpire
glYR
ore in my opinion tho best security against l
lisruptlon or the union imil the mutual in
crests existing liolttcon England nnd Ire
and
SolillerH Srulint lay the Urdu
DEMINO N II December Saturday
nornliiR near the White HOUHO northwest
of Silver City n company of eight United
States cavalry troops under Lieutenant
ounUiln were ambushed by the hostilca
with disastrous results Tho following wore
killed in tlio fight which ensued Surgeon
Maddox Privates Collins Gibson llulton
nnd McMillon Bleat Unbolt nnd Corporal
iIoFiirlnnd were slIghtly wounded The
Indians numbered twentyone After tho
tight they liendeotweitin this direction This
Is tho same band with which fountain had
a light on tho hilt instnnt No Indiana aro
reported Killed =
Kcllc IihIaiof Irluli Nmlmiullly
I WASIUSCITON I December 20 Hon A II
t to and Austria
Kciley exMInfater Italy
lectured hero tonlnht rordsOperallouso
to nn nnilicnco of IMO persons on Irish
Nationality The mooting which was un
dor tho auspices of tho Irish National Land
Ijeaijuo of lids city was presided over by
lion 1 A Collins of Massachusetts who
introduced tho Hpankor A number of mom
berutof Coiigreosttccetated Hell18 oil tiieetoge
aaaontt them Cooge000tutett bawler of 1111
noho Macplay of lowe ONeil e of 11ltuiiiourh I
nlll lttrait or Ohio
Hiirtlllfftoii llufkiiu TaUo II lluck
LONDON Deooiabur O1ho Mimmlx of
llnrltngton publishes n oard sayiiiR No
proposal III loxnrdtu llio demand of liish
members foe legislntlvo independence Imvo
Ijeon cominnnioated to mo 1 see no reason
to depart in any degree frouf kIlo declara
tions made nnd the opinions I expressed in
IUY speeches in tho late election in Lira
caHhiio nnd elsewhere on the pollov nn i
00111 tIlt I Iiy Ml Iarnell ns lender of tin
rnrllamuntnry partj
A Vcrrltorlnl iovoriuuriU liuitril
8r undo December 20A dispatch from
Ito Creek Indian nation Bnjs Tho four
delegates whu won icceiilly npiKilnted to
represent that nation In Washington this I
dIlII IJIIrII
winter IIJI who storied fur the Capitol last
wool lire under unofficial InHtruotions to
tugs tho ndoptlon by Congress of n Terii
lodnl KOUTiiment for lua Indian Territorj
It is habit that majority people of tho
in tlm Territory are in tatoroimicli action
A IHill Blniiqiifirriilo Iurly 1
CiliiuOTTb N 0 December IAt l
I oclock last Hntuiduv niorniiifj tho jail at
llocUngham WIts forcibly entered by fifty
masked men who secured II white man
named John lice took him out of the town
nnd hanged him to tho limb of n tree lace I
111 1IV n
muiderud Solomon Wihth I three yours IIRO
for money I
nnIiluuy Drnlck I
ASUINOTON December 20 Bceiuliuy I
Whitney politicly denies he endorsed the
of thus recruit nieellngof the sliver
ulijeot men in Nol York and has declared I I himself I I
lu fnAornf a Hiwpennloil ofllm Kilter eoin
nilO
100 Jlliich Iliulili tutu lullnd I
liIyllotOoL December OJohn Har I
IIrolln8 pioylslun nioicliaiit of Lltwpoul
Now York nnd Chlcnuo reported to liatu
lItlO1 lImimL Hatnidii with Inhili
otaiaiiiiod
thto 18I1mnll11 lit ijJroUOO
lust tf5UOU b j 1rlll1 IIrnll
1AiiKKiwiiuna W VH December 20Thu
1 CanuUn Consolidated Oil Oompuiy of this
diy hns uiTlfIll II hood of over Wo by
lrnll It Is not 11101111 who
titles fUllod
i lho
KIVimllo altO
of thuS
I
thi 1101lolmlord
>
lIar
straitS WOlO Inlho IUlIILI of I lit linnln
I fiaT nTlioViiiabiiiiki
11111 lull alas
HlIC Iluuriru ol Illilim
1 Dwjoiiibon 200b nu Hooalok
Cinoiao J
v Oort liliir I wool mid tallow t vrijroliouw wns
destrojed bv tiro today cm AV00l In
snrance TOOOOO I
Incur InllFiH hOse Arrlird I
lUttts December 21llollr children re
cently bitten by 1IIn1 loUR ill Newark landed
nt Hnro oil well They reached this city
oday nnd at alice proceeded to Pasteurs
loiiRe where speelalnnangemcntslmo been
t I
11 g r
undo for the treatment of the little ones
Insl cur in an interview today said I willi I I
oiwrato on tho children tomorrow regret J
bat sO long a time has elapsed between the
Imo the children were bitten and their ar
rIval hero i but there is good ground for
lope ns I have previously treated cnses with I
success tiller two months had passed from
this tlmo the patients were bitten
Dr Itlmlilox Klllril on MM unlit
WABnraciTON December lUr T J
Maddox who woo Uillcd hi n fight with In
dians near tie White House Now Mexico
Saturday I is n BOH of Ur Thomas Maddox
of Washington county Md lie was com
missioned assistant Burgeon In the nrmy in
October 1881 nnd his first nsslRnmcnt to
duty was to tho Department Texan Dr
Maddox was OT years of age
ont rllo 111m Ifln For ih
Yearn
LONDON December 21 Chnilcs Mollosey
wllo pleaded Rnllty on Batmday to the charge
of Aendlnl n thareateninit letter 10 Lord
Clifton with n view 10 extort money was
10lny oontonreultoutveyeaeaimprioonment
MOStlY AND STOCKS
tuolnlloll or J ill unit mining
SIreNTllo Iroduce ITInrliPlN
NEW Yon December 21NoolIJloeks
opened weak KK lower rallied slightly
ghin ift rel 3
but fell off again Missouri Kansas and
Texas declining 2K and PacillcMail Mar
ket now dull and Btcady
VOBENOON QUOTATIONS
IInr811er12 N Y Central 102M
Go > crnments Oregon ii A N dl
fi
3s 103 Oregon Transl133
Jf s 112K Pnciflo Mall CU
ts 12t > f Panama S3
Pacific Gs12r StLAH F 21f
Central Pacific 41f Texas Pacific 12k
OlI k Q 130 Union Pncifio IU16
Northn Pncillc I 28JJ Wells Fargo 18tf
Preferred COK Vcstn Union W
Northwestern 10714
Money 22Jf
cnictao rnooucc uAnkLT
CIIICAQO December 21Vheat steady ant
H hIgher than Saturday 83NJ4 cash 1
January 4U February BOJX May
Corn Weak and lower U7J cash year
CU January ojf May
Oats Stcadv Wl cash January 31 May
Whisky 110 J
THE CLVAniNO 11ODSB ItCTOUT
Ikwios December JTho leading clear
ing houses of the United States report thus
total gross bank exchanges of tho week end
I ing December IDth at Sl09fl8UC59 an in
creas6 of JKil per cent compared with the
corresponding woelc a year ago
Utnli Salt or Cattle
A huge jiicco of pinktinted rock salt is i
on exhibition tho Union Pncifiu gen
eral freight olllci says tho Omaha
Iferalil It cause from Hie Groat Salt
Lake and iuiilyfila show that it is 85 per
cent Halt and 15 per cent residue A
liens industry ban recently xprnnu up in
this staple utiil tho Union iaciflu has
found another sourco of revenue It It
being largely to Wyoming cattle in
Btcnd of thn mom refined article nt one
half of tlio cost beforo itald by cattle
SI
onncra H is found equally ns good as
nny other Halt und far cheaper 1 The
locks arc large but easily crushed and
handled 1 Tlio cattlemen n em averse to
using it at first but havo now mado laigo
orders involving the delivery of many
carloads Tlio Hpecimon will remain on
exhibition at the freight ofllco Homo
time Sam Nash is lecturer and has
prepared a very entertaining discourse on
tho subject
Miss Clevelands Part of the Mcisnitc
Can anybody tthii has studied Miss
CluvelandB essayH enough to become
fimiliiruith hii habits of thought and
oxprcflbton donbtthat tho glowing periods
on this iniseriiH of polygamy which le
havo quoted from the Presidents mes
ou stem riticn I U ncr o JI
sage to uongiefls uy
Miss Clovclancl did ns appears to bo tho
case furnish her brother with the most
Intense and energetic jussago in his dis
cussion of thin Mormon I problem tho fact is
terlainly sety interesting It is b perhaps
the first time lit the history of the United
Slates that a 1 woman has contributed so
imjioilant a part of BO Important a stuto
pijicr This Incident is cquallycmlitable
to thoPrcsldent and to Miss Cleveland i
and I vi o need iniko no I apology for uolit
ing for this oniv YP tacit cononlion
which treats thin annual inpssago1 as II i
they uem tho piodiictiou of a hlimlo pen
1111 Wn i gf t lt iH i
and necessarily l tliti woils of tlio President
lilinsilf tbrotiglioiit Vcic rail SMI
Yheol fur has Sirnko 1th Ilaccrn
Captiiu Story oxSjieclnl Agent oi thin
Land Olllco has after months of experi
menting finally suic itv let In ierfi > ctiii
a cnnoiit wheel with whitlrlm exhorts to
rains till hue water needed to work his
pliicor ilnlni at ileuus Terry Tlu
jiower Hiipiilluil by n J propeller nlico
keeps I in opciatlon I I a 1 cuntiifngil immi I I
which will lalso water tonny hlghtli du I
slrml less than Wl feet Captain Storj
SIJH that at no 111110 on his claim will bo
hao to laKo his water over 15 feet Thus
contrivaniu Is called Stores curroiit
1111101 nml Iho linontor who has aji
plied for ix patent will Iciivo tomorrow to
I 1 make II pmctlcnl working toM 1 of it
lliioif 1 dud Timti IStli
What Hcmpinviiy In Situ t I i
Tho loplofty individual who has I I
achieved nnciiUuhlu notoriety as edi
tor of Iho Ogden lltrntit In not as many
of tutu Mm mon I puonlu mipposu I u genuine
Uittorihtv I Kilnt I iilthoiigli I ol io may I havo
been haptucd and taken into his church
Tlio AVim maUoB Ibis statement in jus
lieu I In the Mormon people 1 who I glint
over lliiir I faults l tire ivrlnlnly I Bahits lt I
comparlBon with this ulauderoiwhu has
Kiiwiked into their I fold in tutu gulhu of t i I
man to do tlio work of his prototype tlio
tliunIlONiIell ACIM
1rolecl Yiiurriuiilly
It is tint tluty of every iiian rich or
1 whohaucieated home lu mako
iwor ohio II a I
homo pioUsious agaiiibt t hits 01 Inevitiblo
for thoso who iiio ilopendont UK > ii him I
and this tiiont t ilctlmlilo ivault can bo ob
tained hty > pioctiihij a policy In tlio Mutual
J < ifo nsimmco Company of New York
I Iho oldest aclivo company lu inoi lea and
thu largest llfo inmimucu company In Iho I 1
world Kates etc furnished by loIIIs I
llvams Agent a 55 Jliiiii street Hooper 1 it
i lUdrldgo I lllock I Halt iako City
AIL ull IB of fiinoy gOld alt wlaplo
I 11 Iceti III 1lnS lhu
FAVORABLY REPORTED
Fits Sew IMuiuiiiU 1III1J JIll Come tip
Immediately I Afler the llnlldnys
Cnllnm Iiilroducos n lo Teleernpli
Hill Which Will be Considered
With Kdmtiiiui
V Late Dispatch This Allcrnooti Indl
rates llnpe For the Imprisoned
Miners
in Awful Suuanv Su iicu o
WiLKEsaVJiBE Pa December 20 Today I I
vas tho gloomiest Sunday over witnessed In
frmtlcokc Thousands of people poured
Into town on rtioels on horscbnck anti foot
Hundreds of them gathered In groups
arounds tho various workings whore they
discussed tho
SITUATION OF TUB IMPRISONED MKS
A mcsiago won brought hero from Nanticoko
his morning to tho effect that man had
uncut found in the Rangway and that ho had
evidently been dead several hours At tho
companys office this was denied They
stale the situation remains unchanged from
jcslcrday though they hourly expect to
reach tho fatal spot where lie entombed
belt aro supposed to bo Otto lescuing par
Wg lu rI J g l
tIes ore continually l at work There is no
lisps of rescuing any of tho victims alIve
WiLKESBAnuE December yo ftl8n oclock
this evening Sits rescuing party struck n
mass of wet sand nudtwentyflvo additional
men were sent in to remove it with buckets
ns fast as it was thrown out At tI oclock
nn official report was received nt Iho com
panys oMen hero to hue I gt that roc coo
inlng party seers then within twenty feet of
r r fJ dw
the fatal chamber and were
tinniNG TO itrtcn THE iMmrsosTn MEV
Uy 11 oclock
WILKESDAUBE December 211hOle has
loon no new developments sincolwo oclock
his morning in regard to tho entombed
miners TIle latest official message received
nt that hour was that the rescuing party
who flea working I on the ftangway from the
air shaft had leached tho first chamber in
which it was hoped that some of the men
would bo found Tho air was good nnd ap
parently fresh but
NO oman Or ASY JIVINO PERSoN
Were to bo found There nre six other chum
s along the gangways and it is thought
the men may bo found 1 in ono of them A
new gang of sixty men went into tho mine
at C oclock this morning l and are pushing
Forward fttr utmost exertion I but it is
hard to say when tho next chamber cnn bo
reached It is now fully believed that the
j Jlli Wc rtb r ds 3
missing men wore caugut in tho sand and
culm nt tho time tho cave took place mad that
they nro now dead
The last messenger connected with the
exploring party came out of tho stopa nt
1120 oclock He reports that none of the
men havo as yet been discovered nnd all
hope of over seeing their comrades alive
again has been abandoned They are mak
ing I vigorous search but it I appears nlmost
certain that
TIIK UNrOHTUNATK MEN HiVE rEllIHIIKD
And that when their bodies nro found they
will be under n moss of sand and culm
i WttKESDAnnE December 21 At 130 this i
afternoon the relief party woo still
pushing towards the imprisoned which l being
spurred on by n signal lecehcil indi
cates that
Tllznii IS LIFE BEYOND
Topping upon rm nirpipo wns heard by lie
rescuers and they have naturally concluded
that there Vohn yet good grounds
foe the hope that at least some
of tho men may bo rescued alive It is lie
opinion of some of tho best miners that they
cannot roach tho men for somo days owing
to the extent of the obstructions Others
ore sanguine enough to expect they will
reach tho men within the next ten hours
rOllTYMNTH COMJUIISS
Otis Semite
WAMIINOTOV December 21Iho Chair
laid before tho Senate a letter from tho Sec
retary of War transmitting the reports ic
lating to bridges in course of construction
which may interfere with the free naviga
tion of tho navigable waters of tho United
States
Monet picscntcd n memorial of lao Mex
ico Veterans Association prajing tho pass
age of n bill pensioning tho veterans of tho
Mexican war Referred
Among the bills favorably repotted and
placed on the calendar were the following
Uy Edmunds from the Committee on Ju
diciary in reference to bigamy and polyg
only in Utah IMmunJs said he would ask
tho Senate to take up the bill Immediately
after tho holiday recess
Hy Hoar from tho simo committee the
original bill l for n uniform system of bank
rupt icy throughout tho United States
Hoar said he would ask the Souato to take
up this bill as soon as jiossUilo after tho holiday
rl
iday recess
Cnllom intioduced a postal telegraph bill
It piovidcs for tho purchase of tiny existing
lines under woO h of tho to of I MM
at appraised valuation to be ascertained
by a commission of five disinterested per
sons llcferred to tho Committee on Pit
olllces nIl Iost loads to bo consider in
connection with tho bill on tho autos subject
recently Introduced by IMrannds
Among tho bills introduced and icfened
are the I W01Irr Van Wj ck to pun i ido
W
for lbs organization of that part of the ter
litoryof the United States now known ns
Indian territory nnd public land strip tub
a Territory to bo known ns the Terri I
tory of Oklahoma I und to pro
vidon teniKrary Koorimient for tile same
for the allotment of homesteads to Indians
In sournltv and to open tho unoccupied
l lands to Indian settlers
Anwni the hills introduced nnd referred 1
ucru bite following ii
Wi Uy Wheeler rl Alabama For the relief aif 1
IltzJohn 1orler 1 nlso to uit end tie t elll
service not
due Senate 1 > issed the House ccincunent
I resolution providing for nn adjoin imienl
fiom today till January nth
Tho Ilaiitc
WAHIIINOTON December ILOtt motion of i
J ii f
g tl I
Morrison I Its resolution offered Mondiu liM
by Uurleigh calling on tho Secretary of the
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Treasury 1 rc information loUtho to the 1 Im
purtatlon from Uuhemla in July lust lij h 11 1
Lehman of New York of certain ylnssniiro
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nnd to tho appraisement alit ronppraisK
ment of Iho Name wan taken up hull paxxul
AH Ohio Vlllniro on fire
M IIIIETTA Ohio December IA ilhpitrh i I
hum llnrtlett I fifteen miles ovest of this
place says S disastrous tire is rngiiut there j
Thirteen or fourteen houses have atrium
been 11181 trned
rinjlnint llio I > finu lIeu e
tInier thai I caption MunleilnK Iho
Mikado llio Uonver Vi 111 has he fat i
low Ing criticism I Tho Cailnton outfit
murdered the Miktulo befoio n 1 hlini I 1
and l weal led uiidlenco I at thoOi > cri lloutto I
last night i Tlio Mikado 1 bhould I lmu I
been strangled blrlli htit Iniunuicb as
It wasnt II seems wroni for tlui 1 Carlclou
I collection pt aspiring hromo slngern lo
mangle It with such needless utulty us
1 1 was shown last night Tho ntioclty wilt
bu porpotratcd againtoniuht if thai dond
head system holds out
ruoM Till JUXOTIOX OITV
rliuliiiil < < Ill I ili u un Jnuunri
Uli niiKliirvv ninlSocIcI Nnlc
A riininiiloii nil Itollrrpi
ONlinE Itnb Doc Ill 1885 I
In the Klrst District Coutt today Jack I
Hays entered npleivof not Kiillty to tho I
charge of attempt nt rape I M 1 Stuart t
who had pleaded guilty for unlawful co
habitation will lie sentenced January
Uli fJ W Hcmcnwny will nlso l > osen
tenced on January IIi for libel Hank
AVhccler withdrew his plea of not guilty
ho the charge of crand larceny nail en
bred I one of guilty TIm ICrXg fixed
rnnuary 4th for the time of sentence
In tho way of amusements hero wo will I
11101 a great many during1 tho holidays I
In donees a mnfdclmlUanil nttrnotionan t J
ho skating rink
Hook and Ladder Company No I will
give a grand ball Christmas five at the I
Union Opera 1101180 Tho Ogdon lImos
Hand will try nIl outshine ovcrjthing in
ho way of n ball on December Hist ntthc I
Union Opera House
The Pleasant Hours Club organized
last Thursday evening to give a series of
dances during the coming winter They
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give their opening party Tuesday evening
December 22d nnd It promises 1 to bo
llio grandest club party of the season
Tho management is in the hands of the
young men and they nro doing their
utmost to try nail have the best social
i club At In mIte Ogdcn rink last evening tho attraction
wns a footrace between Willlanjs of
Pittsburg antI Carter of Omaha for 20
n side Williams was to run 14 laps
whilo Carter ran 13ij Williams won
in2J < j minutes Tho distance was a half
mile
Tho rink hero is lunning to full houses
now under the management of C IJ
kIl
Blanchard Ho has l built up the I rink to
perfection and now a visitor can go there I
and pass a very pleasant evening which
bo could not do before Mr Ulanchnrd l
docs nil in his power to make his rink
popular and 1 please his patrons and in
this way ho has tho reputation of hue best
rink in tho Territory I Ho will bo nssisted I
hero next week and after by Professor
Naws tho champion fancy skater of the
Pacific t8 ltlmJ the people 1 f Ogdcn
have a treat in lie way of witnessing
solos very fine fancy skating
This streets presented n very lively aj
pcaranco here today and the business
men aro all having a very good trade
which makes them happy nnd wish that
Christmas would como more tItan once n
ell
Do Your Assessment Work
As tho weather is yet favorable and
tlio old 1 year is drawing to a close and
will soon be numbered with the things
that once woictclaim owners are doing
and aro having done he assessment
work on their mines while others with
tho view of saving themselves from the
wear and tear of labor are waiting to re
locate them whilo still others with sev
eral promising claims in view that are
not likely to liars tho required work done I
oh Ihemby their lazy owners are nbl < l
ing lie opportunity of relocating tho
claims away from them So all having I
claims that they placo any value on had
better do assessment work thus uohllng I
illfeelings considerable trouble and loss
of piopcrty
Where Utah Can Come In 1
I Miss I11unnmaio Mills an Ohio girl wiHi
extraordinary largo feet has been attract
ing largo audiences at a Chicago Dimo
Museum nnd 1 drawing a big salary If
this industry keeps up some of tho Utah
girls irs bound to get in the front rank ot
the procession
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I 1lmSONJ
Dr O 1 Muntor of 1nrk City passed Sun
day with his family in hue city
Mr John II Burton arrived from an ex
tended 1astern tour of the States last even
lUll
Major W W Woods who has been quite I
sick at his residence for the past two weeks
is still confined to the house anti improving
very slowly
Mr O II finely of Hardy Urothers A 1
liurton returned last night from n four
svoeks rip lrl f Louis I Now Orleans New i
York Caunda and many minor points
throughout the East
T hI 1icotte this editorial headlight of I
the Wood Itlver Tunes the pioneer paper of
that section and nu able exponent pOj its re
sources nnd inteiests Is down in Zions I i
capital for n llttlo needed rest nnd recrea
tion Ho reports tho Wood lOver country
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still there1 and that tho gold l belt is I going i
to bring it out in good slinpe
Heceim W H llancroft of the Denver
it lila Qrande Western returned today
from attendance on tho transcontinental l
pool meeting held in California Nothing
special cflectlug Utah was accomplished
hue II meeting ndjourned t to 1 convene in New
York City the second Tuesday in February
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P P Shelbj ouo of tho most efficient
men in hue Union Pacific service has just
been promoted and will reside at Salt Lake
I The umwintment was announced hue day
t OI
IJ tW d
he left Butte last week and ho came near
11011I nil his final promotion nt 4 oclock next
I luornlnp in therniluay smashup Wohope
ho will lane many another raise before
I bo 1Irol gets such nuother close call VncVoi tit
I How to Consult Dr 1ootcSr by Mull
Dr Foolo Senior iiutlior of 1laln
I lloinoTnlU 1 AlcilirulCommonBonsti
site tic ssoutlI tilt II to tlio < o avito tumid I
i liko to consult hint by l null tlitit tliov can
1 J IKIYO H list tS of iiesllonn ami ll u circular I
I I t h i l ie lsttt iox a ta
KnitimouHiulticoliyaililrcBMiiK
WV iko City Fits doctor lus urraiiKOil
to Imvo such Information Mipplicil tills i
way lo snvo limo Itcculrlni mich pilntuil
ninller t tho coriosiKJinlont I t can dehcrilio
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his 1 or her IMSU rlf fullv I nnil illuct 1 IIcf tic
doctor In Now oik Dr Koolu is <
Huccosafully treating all forms of ihronlo
dlseahcs Racially lo ttliich ho Into de 1
voted thiily yeiroof fclmlyand pintliO I
KtidiMicoH of lila iiiuvesi can ulno IM hid j
hy udilroHtIng llox IH ui iihpve hut all
lettiirt of consultation and orduix for I
leniedlus Bhould lou 1 > nddrohsod Dr K I i
II Kootu Hr 120 Ioxlngton ANCIHU
New Yoik City N Y Consultation tee
An tadvet tiaoittcitt of Dr Tootu Hr In
another placo deserves atlontlon
187N Istalillslicil 187K
lois HanniLiirten the rasldonuhUi
Tailoi ctilla l the rll pulillii attention in thn
fuel Unit ho imiUs a specially of over
cotta Huallowtiiil tlllI1 i HuHim Suits lit i
the lowest priccn In this lIr
White i House I
i 1or Hid loot t inealfl and roonm no to Iho
Vhlto house KvcrythhiR lrhtclanH and
I I low rates I
tRUQS AND CHEMICALS
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11OIIVAU UOHBUTS W > A wsrnN
ROBERTS NELDEN
DRUGS I
Assay ersGoods S
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I TUi OlFKH TO Till TltADi TUP LAUOKST ANO BKST
I Stock of Drugs ARsnjcrs Materials nail Toilet Aitlclci Urtig
lists fcimdripst I I Surgical Instruments etc ever brotmbt i Oi to Ibin
Market
We ate ARonts for nil llio Ioailini Lines of fjoods wpmriv
nml can offer lirnTHIt IlUOKS limit 111 helml given
ENTJ E ZDIF8TJC3 STC > BES
Furnished at FIVE DAYS NOTICE
We are NEVER UNDERSOLD I Write for PRICES or Send a TRIAL ORDER I
220 Main St s OIOSI1H 10iTOICE
u aln SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
MISOELLANEOUS
The Metropolitan Hotel
REMODELED and NEWLY FURNISHED
III MIV OIMN for the ACCOMRIOU VIION ot tie 11IIIIC AI IAIII1I
The Ta bJe IJB unsurpas e l
COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF
H and M E HILL Proprietors
xooo ESTABLISHED 1000
JOHN TAYLOR SON
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MERCHANT TAILORS
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Have JUST RECEIVED a Choice Lot of
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FALL 1 I AND I j WINTER ± i WOOLENS
01 the LATEST STYLES which they olTernl IIEDUCED RATES Call sod examine oar Ktofrk
alll makeup ber9ro having TOlIr munre lattoneltelfltere
4OE Second South Street SALT LAKE CITY
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS
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The GREAT UNDERWRITERS SALE
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QJO1llINO QJOflllNO CLOTHING L
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November 28th 1885
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