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LIST OF AGENTS
gentlemen are author
following
The for the SALT LAKE
bed to can SE Viles I WEEKLY and WEEKLY
DAILY receive payment and
ERALn also to
leceipt for the same
Woods Cross and
Bountiful
31 MuirBountut Centreville
HorlinRockporL and Wanship
John RichMontpelier Bear Lake
Wm flloomingtOfl Do
WmHulmeBloomington Weber 03 <
TboWa11acaOgden
Thos Bear Lake County
k ti T Shepherd BabbittSprlng Lake and
A W
SantBquin
County
0 F Lyons Summit
Fork
flanriad American
Eo llenrixl Fountain Green
A Less1ie
Grove
W Dfe Jr Pleasant
BW s
County
E fell Bearer
BE
Fork
Spanish
W O Creer
ham City
W L b County
Thomas Moffat Meadowville
J S
Farmington
Walter Walker Tooele Oity
John Shields Toquerville
John Batty GrantsvilIt
J U Clark
gllle
Win Silver Reef
J E Johnson
GoorgE
Joins lvmID St
Cedar City
E W Uayborce
J F Walters Mill Creek
S William J Wr
F II Wright CO Wl
H P ilillcr I Biclifield
S Francis Morgan
Edw Bald Payson
T Greener Kanosn
Win robert facipio I
Charles Foote N ophi
Villmm Kurbeck Provo I
George Scott Manti I
John Wood house Lehi II I I
PRODUCE MARKET
Fclljvmig arc the ruling wholesale
toying prices in Salt Lake City
GRAIN Whet 8 SOc i bushel
Barley 1351 5 i cwt Oats 200
a 220 p cwt
FLOUR XXX 225240 XXXX
fc2 C5275 t cwt
TO TATOES 60cC5c V bus
SHELLED OORN120S12acwt
BRAN 100 Shorts 110 V cwt
BUTTER30C 35c i lb
EGGS 13 c i doz
WOOL Choice Fleece 1719o P l
HIDES Prime Flint lie V l
Following are tbe latest quotations
si flour grain wool etc in the San
r Francisco market
FLOURSuperfinoSJ 45 Bakers
nd Family 5 506 0 best Extras in
Ffmiy
5
shippine lot 5 O 6 C2i do jobbing I
bbl fr > 50 Walls Wells extra fo 505 87P
WHETNo1lOfI 197 No
2 1 8721 92i ctl
BARLEYFeed 75 Soc for Coast
and 77 8 forBay Brewing SO 97i
I > ctl I
f OATS 1 Quotable at 0 125 tcll
CORN Quotable at95 100 t eLI
for Lar oand 1105 for Small Yellow
While 9297Kc
HIDES Dry Hde usual selections
I Klitit 171c Dry Kips 171c Green
Fit d heavy steers over 65lbs lO do
ondor551b 934lOc Kips 9c Calf
ikins 10 12c
WOOL Choice Iscrlbern 2 O
burry do 2224cchoicSouther II
I 16 9 19e burry do 13 lOc
UOMMEROLAL
C I daily tyejnqiek tt n
SILVER
Lt Like 110 per ounce
Sew York i13X per ounce
LEAD
Salt Lake SS70 per ton
New York 6 per pound
WEATHER REPORT i
War Department Signal Service
U S Army Division of Telegrams and i
Reports for the benefit of Commerce i
LOCAL REPORT
SILT LAKE GUY Mar 9 80
am am pm pm
410 910 ILlS 840
Barometer 3911 4017 3 3
Thermometer 25 41 3 2
Uomidhv 58 31 66 C9 I
Direction wind NV NK 8W N
Hour 4 g 7 4
Miles per
J Btata we lou Clear Clear Uloar Fair
Rainfall for 84 hoarcOWof inch
Maximum 7ber il dcr minimum Si
IT IS TRULY WONDERFUL
To sec what improvements DOW exist
as compared with railway travel only
a few years ago To become convinced
of this one baa only to select for his
routs Eastlhe popular and wellknown
CHICAGO NOETHWESTEBN RAILWAY
You are landed by the Union Pacific
Railroad in tho Union Depot at Coun
cil Bluff where stands tho 0 N
W Palace Train composed of Pull
man Hotel Cars Pullman Sleeping
Cars Elegant Day Coaches
Smoking Baggage Postal Care
etc ready to convey its passen
gers through Iowa and Illinois and
into Chicago Gliding smoothly along
over the superb track of steel rail
through thriving cities and village
comfortably seated in this train one
sea ely discovers the high rate of
epee which ho is riding Trains of
thi oad are always on lime con
and seek
ne as sure pal engers
ing pleasure comfort safety and
ease in traveling will find the
NorthWestern in excess of their
expectations and the greatest of nil
route to Chicago and the East In
sist upon Ticket Agents selling you
Tickets via this Road all Agents cell
them Examine your Tickets and
lefuse to buy if they do not read over
this Bead I you wish the Bet
Traveling Accommodations you will
velng
buy your Tickets by this Route
J SAND WILL TAKE NO OTHER
Ja
j2
What Englishman Thinks of
the American People
tie says J they hurry they eat
quick they gulp they belch they
have stomach ache headache liver
troubles and bowel complaint they
ret and they sceld they get cross at
nobing and without cause they look
ail ow and holloweyed they look
hungry and cant eats they spit up
food they have wakeful nights They
I die early because they disregard the
true principles to correct
These troubles and many others ail
grow out and fro a torpid liver and
called dyspepsia indigestion Tbey
san ba cured and bve been cured
and in every case with a guaranty
that thsy will b cured by tho use of
Dr Minties English Dandelion Pills
Sold by all druggist Pries 50s per
bottle
Health strength and vigor of the
Kidneys and Bladder always follow
the use of the great Buchu compound
Dr Minties Nephreticura Brighte
I Disease Diabetes Inflammation
Smarting or Print Diseases are
cured by i For Leucorrhcc
quickly cure
I it has no equal Dont be persuaded
to take any other preparation Everyone
one who has tried it recommends it
For tale by all druggists
SIE ASTLEY COOPERS VITAL ESSTO
KiTiVE Tho greet English remedy
has made more cures of Ncr oua De
bility Seminal Weakness Lost Man = i
hood nocturnal emissions lassitude
despondency and inability for mental
labor despondency and such di cases
as are induced by youthful follies and
a all medicines
other
excesses than me icine
combined I is not stimulant nor
I excitant is perfectly safe to taker is
< not e quack nostrum and produces
results that are wonderful Price 3
par bottle Four times the quantity
iO I will coi disappoint you Try
a oottle
1 To bd hal at the Z 0 M I drug
1 ilapartmeut Messrs Moore Allen
1 Co and Dr Mintie Co 1 Kear
j Franciec d8
nay street San FraICic
THE MORRIS CASE
4 t O
Morris Acquitted Because of a
Prior Acquittal
Talk oi Lynching Enaulged in and
Some Excitement
As announced in the HERALD yes
terday morning the case of the
People etc against Charles Morris
and Henrietta Salisbury agaimt
whom an indictment had been found
for assault with intent to commit
murder for beating the child Willie
Jensen was pending on a question
which had been submitted to Judge
Hunter and which he had taken
under advisement This question
was as to whether the records of the
justices court showing tho acquittal
of Morris on this charge could be
admitted as testimony The objeo
tion on this point was raised by Judge
VanZile who argued the records did
not show that a plea of net guilty had
been entered by tie defendant and
therefore if acquitted that acquittal
could not stand as a bar to further
prosecution in this court Moreover
ho argued that the justices court
bad no jurisdiction in tuia case which
was a felony and any acquittal by a
court not possessing jurisdiction could
not stand Mr Brown in reply
maintained that the fact that the plea
of not guilty was not entered in the
records made no difference Even
if Morris bad absolutely refused
to make n plea i was still the
duty of tbe prosecutor to
enter a plea of not guilty for him
and then proceed with the Iris As
to the fact that the lower court bed
no jurisdiction in such a case he
argued that ths was precisely the
same charge as the one in tbe justices
court only that this was for assault
with intent to commit murder while
wih other wai merely for assault
Now if it be a fact that a man can
be tried in a justices court for an as
sault and be acquitted or convicted
but it subsequently appears to parties
that the punishment was insufficient
and be can be indicted for an assault
of a more aggravated character and
ibis proceeding is held valid a man
once guilty of an assault who has
been tried is inconstant jeopardy for
his liberty because he can again be
tauen up on the same offense by its
being placed in f more aggravated
lorm I Euch tvero the law a
mar could be bkaa through the
whole catalogue of a alls and pun
ished several times for the tame
oflense Both attorneys quoted author
ities in support of tbe different
groundp but Mr Brown while
admitting the existence of author
ties nsamst him maintained that
the weight of authority was with him
On corning into court yesterday
morning Judge Hunter said he held
the matter still under advisement and
took a recess until 2 oclock At that
time tee court room being crowded
and Judge Hunter decided that the
records was Rood evidence and he
I would dmit them arid that ca I
I appeared the cfleuie for which Morris
f was now on trial was the same as that
on which be had been previously ly
tried in the justices court though
less aggravated the defendant might
plead and prove a former aquital
District Attorney VanZile in view of
the ruling of the ecu it said there WAS
no use proceeding any further with
the case and did not care to have it
o to the jury Judge Hunter how
ever said he thought it should as
the quetton of the former acquittal l
of Morris vja con of fact which should
go to the jury Mr Brown then
moved tint the court instruct the
jury to bring in a verdict for the
defendant i i appeared that he had
been formerly acquitted on this
ofiente Tho jury retired and in
a few minutes brought in a verdict of
not guilty The prisoner was there
upon discharged
Morris stowed unmistakable
signs of nervousness and fear and
wanted to leave immediately but was
warned nut to as their was t mani
fest desire on the part of the crowd to
do him bodily harm so he remained
A3 did the greater part of the crowd
Alter a short time he started to go to
the marshals office when the crowd
arose and fellowed him but went
down stairs while be entered the
office The mob gathered in large
groups in front of the main stairway
leading into the Wasatch building
waiting for Morris to put in aa
appearance but be came net There
was talk of lynching him i ho came
out but a survey of tho crowd showed
that it was not made of lynching ma
terial The crowd began to grow
larger and fie ally cries of Send him
out were rased by a few During
this time Mrs Dummer came down
bringing with her the 4YEnrod
child Willie Jensen around whom
the crowd gathered densely and the
little fellow hud to be lifted up so
that he could be seen by all Again
cries of Sand him out f were raised
and some one shouted out Lets go
up after him and made break up
the stairway There was no enthu
siasm over the affair and a portion ol
the crowd followed but tho large
majority remained outside These
that went up were met at the head ot
the stairs by Deputy Marshal Miller
who informed them that the stairs
were the property of the court and
that ho wanted them cleared Nth
ins more was said but tho bold in
vaders turned around and quietly
marched back into tho ttreet Alter
this they began to disperseand finally
the whole affair cooled down and
Morris left the building
There ia no question but there was
intense feeling over the matter
thai Morris was guilty of the heinous
abuso of the child is alt unques
tioned but the crowd laiked the
elements of mobs that mean what
they eay and no one disinterested
who listened to the talk had any idea
that tho threats would be executed
and therefore no extra precautions
were taken to protect Morris Had
be marched out into the crowd he
would likely have been jostled and
perhaps bruised but nothing further
and iLls i to tbe credit and lavvabiding
character of our citizens that had an
attempt been made to punish this
low brutal malignant whelp for his
inhuman cruelty to the child he
would nevertheless have been pro
tected
However guilty he is known to be
he has nevertheless been acquitted
submitted
by due process of law He baa
mitted to f trial and by fair means
has coma oil victorious and the reo
suit of the trial should bo respected
as much in this case a i it had been
agreeable to the universal desire and
he had been convicted
I
A PAJK new Fourton Brass Beam
Scales JtR without timbers except Beam
Bog for Silo
I mil J W SSELL Idato Store
EASTERN CARI5S
I perfectly Elegant at
Jw7er s mI i
I I Closing Out
Block of CLIOUOJ Oil Pain
A large 1 ClrOlOJ
irig Parlor Brackets Picture Frames
iDgi Pnror
of all kinds and sizes at lower
prices than ever before offered in Salt
Lake Call and secure bargains
naS be Closed Out at once
I nUhf Dmwocdeye m5
Two doors weal of Dinwocdeye
PRODUCTIONS OF AGRICUL
TURE IN THE CENSUS
The following circular which explains
plains itself will be found of interest
to our readers the citizens of the ter
ritory generally
The agricultural schedule annexed
to the act of 1850 which is also made
a part of the act of March 3J 1879
providing for the tenth census re
quires a report of the chief produc
tions of agriculture during the year
ended June 1st
Now there is no distinct agricul
tural year which ends on the 1st of
June and there is reason to believe
that the statistics of agriculture from
1850 to 1870 in regard tomany of the
principal product embraced portions
of two different crops inasmuch as
tbe enumeration was protracted
through three four aud even five
months
By the act approved March 3d
1879 i is provided that the tenth
census shall be taken and completed
during the month of June 1850
Ibis provision greatly reduces the
re
liability to error which has been
f4
uu As the enumeration commences 02
the 1st of Juno and cbsea on or be
fore the S0b all the crops which are
gathered once a year will fail pretty
clearly on one side or tha other of the
dividing line
Qhua tha ccton crop repotted in
the census will be that of 1879
gathered in the tall of that year
while tbe wool clip or wool crop
ill bo that of the spring of 1880
except in puitons of California and
Texas where both I fall and a spring
clip are secured
For certain of the productions of
agriculture however there is no har
vest in the usual sense of that t3rm
but the product is gathered week by
week or day by day as i matures
milk butter cheese meat fall into
this class
lu view of tbe requirements of I
the law and of the great importance
of accurate statistical information
relative to agriculture it is deemed to I
be highly desirable that farmers should
prepare themselves in advance to give j
the information with promptness and
uccuiacy It is urgently recom
mended therefore that agricultural
journals and the officers of agricul
tural societies and clubs give publicity
to this announcement and that all
persons engaged in agriculture who
shall receive this circular or shall see
it in the public prints make notes
from time to time of tho quantities and
values of their several crops gathered
and the number of acres of land
planted in order that their state
meats when made to fethe enumera
VAlUB tors may bo of the highest feasible
Jo remove any doubts that may
arise concerning the crops to be re
turned in the census tho following
presents the several crops spe
cificully mentioned in the agricultural
schedule arranged accordingly as
they full into the calendar year 1879
or that of 1880 or are to be returned
for the twelve months beginning June
1st 1879 and oiing May 81st 1880
1 Of tltt crop of the calendar year 79
Wheat con1 rye oats barley
buckwheat end potatoes in acres and
bushels peas and beans iu bushels
cotton in acres and bales or herds
vineyards and small fruits in acres
and value of products in dollars hay
and hemp in acres and tons clover
seed grass seed and ffaxiecd in
bushels rce tobacco tops and flax
in acres and pounds bees number of
hive pounds of was and ounds of
honey sugar cane acrea hogsheads
of EUgar and gallons of molasses sor
ghum acres pounds ol sugar and
gallons of molasses
if Of the crop o lie calendar year SO I
Wool number of fliecea and
pound maple sugar pounds maple
molasse gallons
III Of flie yield of tweloi months June
1 1879 to May 31 1SSO
Butter pounds cheese pounds
milk sold gallrns value of animals
slaughtered dollars market gardens
in acres and value of products in I
dollars yalue of forest product i
dollars value of home manufactures
dollars
FRANCS A WALKER
Supt of Census
FOR SAL A vry fine Checkering
Piano Enquire at this office flO
Black Prince
The stockholders who own shares
in the Stallion Black Prince are
requested to meet at the office of
Williams Young on Friday at 10
am Punctual attendance is re
quested ralO
<
COHN BROS announce that they
are now dally receiving novelties of
all descriptions which cannot fail to
interest their t patrons fy2l
PERSONAL
Judge Emerson came up from
Provo last evening
Mr James Dunn superintendent
of the Provo Woolen Mills was about
town yesterday
Mr John E Booth ia in town hav
iug como from Provo on business
He will return tcmorrow morning
Snpt George W Thatcher of the
Utah and Northern and his wife
dropped down from Logan on
Wednesday
A W Wnto Esq late of the
banking firm of White McCorniek
in this oily came up from San Fran
cisco on Wednesday and will remain
here 1 day or two
l fIr Robert Wctjon retiring supsr
intendent of the Ogden branch of Z
C M I was the recepient of a sup
per on Tuesday evening given by 1
number of Ogden cil zen
g
MUSIC BOOKS Octavo Quarto
MUSI
and Folio bound ezpeditiously at
HERALD BIKDEEY nZ
I
New Furniture
We open this date the first of four
car loads of FURNITURE and
House Goods This arrival makes
our stock complete and we invite
your attention to prices
0Q BAEKATX BEOS
The Philharmonic
The members of the Philharmonic
requested to attend a
Socitty are requeste atend
meeting to be held in St Marks
meltng this evening at 730
Schoolroom special
oclock sharp Business of
ocock sbnp the society will be
importance to wi
considered full attendant is
considered A ful atendanco
urge President
CHAS p HUE fresilent
A Good Account
A of
To sum it up six long years
bedridden sickness and Buflenng
costing S200 per year total 81200
20
wasatopped by three
all of which was stoppe I
bottles of Hop Bitters taken by my
botlea has done her own housework
wile who
workTor since without the loss I
work for a
worl a day year and I want everybody to
know it for their Benefit
m9 JOHN WEKS Bat r NYI
= u
A Trustees Query
SALT LAKE CITY March 10 SO
Editor Herald
Please give mo for the benefit of
myself and other trustees your
opinion on this Are the trustees now
in office governed by the new law
passed by the last legislature When
they qualified they did so understand
ing their duties as laid down in the
old law The new act imposes uew
dutba which they did not subscribe t
perform I is claimed by some that
it is inoperative with the present
trustees and canntt aflact them I
they net having qualified under it I
What ia your opinion
A TEUSTEE
I is safe to presume that the new
school law a soon as it takes effect
governs school trustees under what
ever law tbey may have been elected I
or may have qualified for the very
sufficient reason that when it does
take effect it is the only law on the
subject the old one being repealed
I they did not qualify under the
new law and are unwilling t be gov
erned by its provison they tave the
right to resign if they do not resign
then they must act under the new
law from the moment i takes effect
or their tbey bonds are liable to prcaecution on
THIS BOSS PUZZlE
bas arrived at DWYCIS
The treat fazzlc Games I
of 15 and 34 two games
in one Price 25c Sent
by nznilj postage paid
mil
CARPETS WALL PAPER Lce
Curtains Window Shades Cornices
and D full line of Upholstery Trim
mines Wire Cloth at
nlS E Dinwoode g Furniture Store
Third District Court
Proceedings in tho Third District
Court on Wednesday Chief Juetice
Hunter presiding i
FraclrDyer vs S R Dickion re
ferred to J L Rawlins to report
judgment etc on motion of W W
Woods attorney for plaintiff
The People etc vs Charles Mor
ris assault with intent to commit
murder verdict of not guilty
The People etc vs Henrietta
Salisbury assault with intent to com
mit murder dismissed
Elizabeth Whitmoro ve John W
Jenkins et a trial in equity before
the court argued by J G Suther
land for defendant and by E D
Hoge for plaintiff j submitted and
taken under advisement Defend
ants brief appears in this issue of
the HERALD
Cut adjourned till Thursday
morning et 10 oclock
Wanted I
HOUSEHOLD AND STOUH GOODS FOE
CASH
Before you sell your outfit consult
John Crane west of Theatre He
pays the highest price for everything
0
JOB PRINTING neatly cheaply
and quickly done at this office
I
Dismissed
The case against Henrietta Salis
bury the woman indicted with the
brute Charles Morris for abusing
the child Wile Jensen was dismissed
yesterday They were indicted
jointly but a severance was allowed
and tha trial of Morris was put first
it being practically a teat cas on
which would depend the success or
failure of the case against Salisbury
As icon as Judge Hunter made his
ruling yesterday and Morris was ac
quitted Judge VanZile moved to dig >
ini8 the case against Salisbury it
being settled that she could not be
convicted i Morris could not and the
case was accordingly dismissed
The Utah Lightning Rod Company
Offers security and protection from
lightning We are prepared t fur
nish the North American Lightning
Rod Companys best styles of Rods at
Eater Prices and erect the same in I
the most improved manner Office
and residence Main street between
Ti ird nod Fourth South
A S HIT Manager
mQ Salt Lake City Utah
WE HAVE just opened a handsome
lot of SPRING ULSTER and CIR
CULARS of the lalest styles I
m2 COHN BROS
Postage
The WEEKLY HERALD is sent
postage paid to any part of the
United States and Canada for 2 per
year and the SEMI WEEKLY HERALD
for S 50 but to any foreign cQuntry
the difference in the postage will have
to bo made up by tho subscriber We
are receiving large numbers of names
of persons to whom the WEEKLY
HERALD is to be sent in Great Britain
and like places but the difference in
the postage ia net remitted Sub
scribers will pease govern themselves
accordingly
WATER PIPE LAID to order
by HEE5CH ELLERBEQK Old
Constitution Building al
SASH DORS AND BLINDS
tfQULDIKCS BRACKETS AND
ALL SIZES OF WINDOW CLASS
AT BOTTOM FJCURESi LAT
TlhRER TAYLOR I CO a18
Bullion
Receipt of bullion on Wednesday
By McCoraitk COne car load
of Chicago bullion and two bars of
Stormont bullion Value 56SO
By Pacific Express Company
Six bars of bullion from the Ontario
Mill 500894 and one bar from the
Christy 160944
Total value of shipments 12
29833
For Sale
One EightHorse Power Vertical
Steam Engine in good repair
m4 DAVIS HOWE Co
JUST AEEIVED another lot of Snow
Whita Dixie Cotton Batting also
Utah Canned Peachep Plums Toma
toes and Honey warranted first
class For sale by John C Caller
Agent of Provo Woolen Mills Nos
34 and 36 East Temple street f2I I
Card of Thanks
At a meeting of the employtu of I
the Walker House and Continental
Hotel i was resolved that our sincere
thanks be tendered to Major G S
Erb for his kindness shown to us in
getting up our socal party May his
name be forever in our memory as a
landlord of whom we all have tbe
right and pleasure to be proud
Signed
JOHN SCHWIN Chairman
JOH1
ALERT HUBERT Secy
CHIPS
J
New moon
We have spring at last
The Morris agony i over
The big excitement took place yes
terday
Bullion hipments are running up
again
Ogden is to bave another fine
bniUing
Everything is quiet in the First
District Curt
Preparations are row being made
for the conference boom
Ire H an athlete and no Cana
dian dare ivink at Louise
As the body is purified by water so
is tbe eoul purified by truth
Rehearsals for the juvenile opera of
the Grand Duche are still in pro
gress
Everything is quiet aicuud the
District Court but few new suit being I
entered
Silver was quoted at 113J in New
York on Wednesday and at 1 lOt ip
Salt Lake
S
Tho Mackenzie Reform Cmb at
Ogdu gave an entertainment on
Tuesday night
The rabbit is timid but no cook
can make i quail I Some cooks can
make it half hair
The Junction says Salt Lake is
loudly calling for theatricals We
havent heard of it yet
Abe Hunter was arrested last night
for profanity and insulting a saloon
keeper who refused t tell him
liquor
I ia difficult t say wbicbdo the
most harm et limes enemies with tbe
worst intentions or friends with the
best ones
Tailor to stout customer 4 > Havo
the kindness to put your finger on
this bit of tape sirjust here Ill be
round in a minute
Persons taking water through the
Turnbow water ditches from Parleys
Cflilon Creek should read the notice
of a meeting published elsewhere
By our dispatches this morning it
will be seen that Hon John Sharp
has again been elected I director of
the Union Pacific Railroad Company
Mr Dwyer bai a Urge number of
the new crazs tho fifteen puzzle
which is combined with another the
hirtyfour Two in one Look out
Tho possibility of an attempt being
made by the prisoners in the County
Jail to get away ia hinted at A
word to the wise i we may be for
given
Mr Joseph H Romney will de
liver his popular lecture Battle of
Life in the Seventh Waid Assem
bly Rooms this evening at 730
sharp
By last evenings mail Dwyer re
ceived Fan Leslies Ladys Journal
and No 671 of the Seaside Library
containing The Counts Secret
part 2
The quarterly examination of the
students of theUnivereity commences
next week and there is considerable
cramming going on in conse
quence
M Marka was arrested at the depot
last night for stealing a ride be hav
ing boarded the train at Woods
Cross He will answer to a charge ol
vagrancy to day
We regret to announce this morn
ing the death of the little 4yearold
son of Thomas McIntyre which sad
event cccured on Tuesday from
croup and ul crated core throat
A boy who wont fake as Lig a Lie
as he can from aacthsr boys apple is
disguising his real feeling and
should be narrowly watched lest he
make e sudden grab and run off with
the whole
The value of the bullion shipments
yesterday was 12298 38 This is a
poor showing compared with the
shipments last fall which used t be
daily in the neighborhood of 25000
and 30000
A colored baby fell from an attic
window the ctier day and the
mother tolls the story thus Dere
dat child was coming down feet fust
wid avert chance of being killed
when da Laved he turned him over
do chile truck on his head and
dere off wasnt so much as a button flew
offHe
He aw I carpet hanging out
Upon the clothesline in the rear
Of that fine mansion and he thought
The folks aro out the coast is clear
Ill bag that Brussels if I cnn
He did and making no delay
Adown the alley in the dusk
The carpetbagger tramped away
What the Gun Trial Proves
The article bslow is published for
the benefit of our saoe
A correspondent of the Chicago
Field sums up the following as some
of the important facts brought to
light by the late gun trial gotten up
by tho publishers of that journal
Tbat the increaso of the powder
chargo does net decreneo tho pattern
The powder used No2 coarser
grained gave nine 9 per cent more
force and 2 per cent more recoil
than No 3 finer powder in the
average
That tha choked barrel is decidedly
more even both in pattern and pene
tration than the open barrel
That the penetration of the hard
and soft shot are about the same but
in the pattern the hard takes the
lead Thst the unturned Japer shell
somewhat excels in force end pattern
the turned
That two pinkedge wads or pos
sibly one black and one pink over
the powder with one black edge over
the shot gives the bsst pattern and
penetration
That the paper shell requires wads
one size larger than the boro of the
gun tho metallic shell two sizes
larger
That tho metallic shell in the trial
exceeds tho naner both in pattern
and force
The trial proves that the penetration
tion of twelve to fourteen cards
ot pasteboaid set abont one inch
apart gives sufficient force to kill a
duck or a pigeon at forty yards
distance therefore the sportsman can
govern himself accordingly
That at sixty yards distance No
4 shot is the smallest size that gives
force to insure success in killing at i
this distance
A Good Chance
My health not being very good and
wishing rest I have decided to close
I out my stock at Cost for Cash To
parties inclined to go into the Second
hand Business I will give them the
information to the road to fortune
m7 JOHN CEANE
DIED
McIxvmin the Twentsfrt War
1 of this Ity March 9 18SO of croup and
ulcerated throat Clarence Malcom son
ofThomos and Emma McIntyre aged 5
years and 1 days
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BOLD BCXjIiIOH ROBBER
At Sydney Nebraska 200
000 In Gold Bullion
Packed Ofl in the
Day Time
Cheyenne Wyo 10A bold and
successful robbery of gold bullion oc
curred at Sydney Neb to day while
the Union Pacific express agent
Snyder was at dinner The amount
taken is variously estimated at 120
0 t 200000 The entrance was
effected the floor of the
r through for ex
press office The robbery was evi
dently planned in advance of ihs ar
rival of the treasure coach from the
Black Hill The bullion had just
been transferred by Luke Vcorhees
superintendent of the etage line to
t o express agent and consisted of
bricks and bare from different mills in
Lad City and Deadwood Gulcb R
Law superintendent of the mountain
division Union Pacific Railroad ac
corapanied by T Jeff Carr of tbe
Rocky Mountain Detective Associa
tion started from here on an engine
at 3 30 pm to direct the pursuit of
the robbers who are reported to have
gone mnnntn1 in ft northerly direction well
A later telegram from Sdny just
received states that tbe treasure has
been recovered except 13000 It
was found under t pile of coal near
the Union Pacific track where the
trackman had Been the lobbers con
cn
ceal Eomething in the afternoon One
of the missing bricks valued at t
000 is from the Esmeralda
Mine Backtail Gulch near
Daadwood partly owned by Hibbard
of Cheyenne and the Black Hills
Telegraph Company
The special train with Superinten
dent Law and the dttactives made
the run to Sidney 102 miles in two
hours The detectives were soon at
work seeking a clue It was soon
ascertained that the mounted party
going north wore ttpckmen well
known and above euspicion Super
intendent Law has now in active
search for the robbera every available
man at that end of the division and
hopes to bring tho guilty parties to
speedy justice General J T Clark
general superintendent of the
Union Pacific Railroad left Omaha
this evening en a special
train for Sidney where he
is expected at 9 oclock tomor
row morning The bullion was taken
from I truck in the express office
which adjoins the telegraph office
The hole made in the floor of the
office mutt hava been made bv ex
perts as no unusual noise was heard
by the operator in the adjoining rcon
The immense weight of the treasure
489 pounds avoirdupqise prevented
robbers from carrying i oil and they
were compelled to conceal it at the
first available spot the coal pit The
excitement in Sidney is at fever heat
many being suspected of complicity
in the daring deed I the the evi
dence should prove strong against
some of those suspected i is thought
that Nebraska will bo saved the
expense of a trial
For Sale i
i
A valuable piece of Property situ
ated threefourths of a block west of
the Clift House and known as the
Peart Estate will be eold cheap for
cash For further information in
quire of FRED ANDEBSOK
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LUMBER SHINGLES LATH
FLOORING RUSTIC SIDING
PICKETS ETC CHEAP AT
LATIW1HR TAYLOR GOS a
New Goods i
i
We have just opened I large as
sortment of Ladies Underwear in
Chemises Gowns and Drawers man
ufactured expressly for us which we
will dispose of at remarkably low
prices
fy24 COHN Enos
No Advance
Three hundred cases of fine Calf
Kip and Stoga Boots for sale to the
trade at od prices
m5 L GOLDBEEQ
HOTEL ARRIVALS
March 10 1880
WHITE HOUSE
J Donall J Houic G Hansen Ogden
H Schuler Sandy B Austin Park City
HD Jane Bingham M Bezzant Gco
Dickerson T S Osgood Leadville W A
Wood I Powers ARc J Hyde A B
Johnson West Jordan J II Booth
Provo J S Page Pay on
VALLEY HOUSE
S W McOlelan W Curtis Snyder
J Reid Park City JasA iay Sun
Francisco R Palmer Alta JE Jenton
ston C Hanson Nevada T E Wells Evan
CLIFT HOUSE
H R Morgan Kansas City T B
Mulkey Idafco H J L Bryan Park
City J Bcnbayon E Boukofskcy San
Francisco J W Smith Lebi J W
BrinkfEoff Alta C J Tibbit Colorado
J D Williams Baltimore
TOTAL ABSTIfiEKCE vs BIBLE
AUER MURPhY think the next be3t
thing swearing oil ontirol I to drink goo
liquor and to how that suh a doctiir0 i
cot altogether nitnoot autSority submit tho
following Scriptural Quotations
VBKO 6Glva strone drink ucto him that
i ready to poiiih and mca unto those thai
be heavy hearts
Versa 7Let him drink and forjot hi
poverty and remember hii misery no more
iriutcui vaap jV v L
ad Solomon Hred until to day he would
probably have added
Yerto SFor No 9 i an abomination
in tho land but Acer Murphys Bagged
Edo Reviver lendeth strength to the weak
and tarnoth tbo morning or sorrow and
lamontatioa in to one of rejoisicz end mirth
U2
CRAND
Masquerade Bali
TO BE GIVEN AT
SANDY 3
OS
WEDNESDAY MARCH 24 80
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS
S B Kemp W I Tripp
George 13 Dsvir Gco Wisemao
Isaac Harrison JaJ Humphries
A Msginnig James Cahine
ST Hatch William Vincent
Mike fine Seward Davi
Benjamin Camp Hay Decker
Wm Sherwood John Cummings
Benjamin Ocquard
INVITATION COMMITTEE
sa Ret TV BTiipp GcoB Davis
GcoV < jtIaCr 7 Batch Mite hoes
SALT LIKE
K H Mar y Iko Tmmbo Maior Bird
Frank Sharper Uaa Hutchison San Levy
BIXQHAX
MR Lundy OBeml Al1 SmIth
M T Davis
ALTA
ChisCuaniDgham JaddDevero F Eight
WEST J03DAX
Con guU BenJ OcquiriJ Sam BudS
John Can mires
RECEPTION COMMITTEE
Wet s Clark Jno Cumtnisga Benj0canird
FLOOR COMMITTEE
Jaj Hnmparie Win Boot Seward Daris
TICKETS ineludicg Enppor 253
Olsena Wring Band will Farnlsi the I
wi te
Music James Carrie Furr into
DAVID JAMES
MOENSED
PLUMBER I TINNER
Gas and Steam Fitter
Respectfully announces that buying hi
material by the car load be i
prepared t
LAY WATER PIPES
On short notice at
lowest Possible Prices
A Lrgo Stock of
Pumps Plumbing Goods
Iron Pipe Hose
And Sheet Lead
Kept i Stock
OFFICB AND WORKSHOPS
WEST TEMPLE STREET
Opposite Oily Meat Market
75 I MAIN STREET 175 I
ca 0 I i A IR A N D
a j ee U I lvi U i LI S1 P
I WATCHES
O
r I Jewelry S
A and
ci1 Silverware
H l
FOR
H CHRISTMAS AND t
111 NEW YEARS I
J
PRESENTS
H Honorable anteed Treatment Guar i
0 1
o COODS WARRANTED I
45 Represented
75 I MAIN STREET I 75
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HAYNES a SON
Manufacturers of
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Steam Boilers R iiti
WATER JACKETS
TANKS COOLERS PANS J
And Every Description orIon Work I
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REPAIRING DONE PROMPTLY
All work guaranteed and best of ref t
erences given both a to quality of work j
and prices i
t
SouthTemple Street between First and t f
Second West Streets
Addreu P 0 Box 525 <
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PRESHAW SEEWES
UNDERTAKERS
A Full Assortment of Wood Ooflin and
1d
Metallic Cases constantly on hand
at reasonable prices All i
orders filled promptly f
EMBALMING A SPECIALTY t
City No 109 Kimball Block Salt jy Lake
FARMERS m GURDEISEBS i
Will do well S > see the New Stock
of Grass and Garden
SEE D S l
dt t
Juat Arrived at t
TCArmtongs GraInadFccd3torc 1 t
Sl First South St Box 310
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HESCH ELLEBBEGK
PLUMBERS I
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS
DEALERS I
PiP E J HOSE
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Gas Fixtures Etc
Water Pipes Lad on M notice
OLD CONSTITUTION BUILDING t
p OBC SALT otto LAKE CITY mie t
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Fa AUERBACH BRO 1
SALT LAE CITY 1
f t
NEW SPRIG GOODS ARRVG DAILY t
New Silks Now Satins New Brocades New Camels Hair Dress Goods
New Dress Goods from lOc per yard upwards i t
Paris Cashmeres our own direct importation in Blueblack Marcon Wine Car
dina Drab Lavender Plum Navy nnd Seal Brown from 60c per yard r
upward I
New Prints New Lawns New Percales New Cheviot Sew Ginghams and other
Staple Goods j
Latest Novelties in Laces luch as Brabant Venice Lanquedoc Real Torchon
French and other Laces
AT THE LOWEST PRICES EVER OFFERED IN 1 THIS CITY
Latest Novelties in Euqhings Silk and Lace Ties I j
Latest Novelties in Berlin Embroideries Zephyrs Etc
Latest Novelties in Fancy Bordered Handkerchiefs
Latest Novelties in Back Combs Veil Pins Jewelry Etc i
Latest Novelties in Nainsook Embroideries and Insertions
AMONC OUR NEW CORSETS
The Blue Bird Robin Long Branch and Queen Bess Corsets and Skirt Supporters
have already become Popular Favorites on account of their Excellent
Pit Durability of Material and Good Value t
Five Hundred Toilet Quilt in White and Colored Jacguard Bridal and Marseilles
from 510 upwards t
Complete Assortment of Ladies Underwear superior in fit workmanship and
materials to any heretofore shown at most Reasonable Prices q
NEW WHIT GOODS 11 1
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Such a Checked and Striped Nainsook Victoria and Bishop Lawns Plain and
Dotted Swisses Mulls Corked and Fancy Pique Fleece
Lined Marseille Birdseyc Diaper Etc j
AT PRICES TO PLEASE PURCHASERS
Bleached and Halfbleached Table Damask
Turkey Red and Fancy Table Damasks
Napkins 1 loylies Crashes Towels and Table Cloths
Piano Covers of every grade at Lowest Possible Prices
Seed for sample postage prepaid of our Gent White TTnlnundried Shirts at 100
each best value ever offered l
0
IJTE GOODS i
Such as Ladies and Childrens Furs Cloaks Dolmans Knit Good Ladies aId
Childrens Hosiery Gents and Boys Overcoats
AT LESS THAN EASTERN COST
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MILLINERY IM AIL ITS RANCIIE S
At Wholesale Only i
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CLOTHING BOOTS SHOES ETC
La3ies and Childrens Shoes Full Stock Wholesale Only
Gent and Boys Boots Brogans Etc Wholesale k
Gents and Boys Clothing at Wholesale and Retail
Get and Boys Hats at Wholesale and Retail
Gents and Boys Furnishing Goods of Ever Kind at Wholesale and Retail
Our Mr SAMUEL AUERBACH 0 beinjr the first buyer in Eastern Markets r
rom this Territory has sacured many lines of Goods before tho Recent Heavy Ad f
anco in all classes of Merchandise of which our Wholesale and Retail Customers
hall have the full benefit i
0
11B e Solicit Hie MB of fiery Ircto or Mm AI
In Utah Nevada Idaho Montana and Wyoming and guarantee terms and prices
in competition with Eastern and Western Markets Freight t
added Samples sent on Application t
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1Orers Promptly filled and Honorable Treatment Walantec
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ESTABLISHED 1SO4
K AUERBACH BRO
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CEO M SCOTT CO f
flare met rocelrod a fall line cf tee celebrated 4
SWAT HEATERS for Parlors CLINTON CABINET EANQE3 in
Offices Stores and Halls great variety and of a sues fits
g
very lest cooking outfit in fits mor
The HABVABD FRANKLIN the tet bu cokng outf t or I
Handsomest Open Parlor Stove k
made t
OANNONBOXandotherHEATESS
OAON BOXf ote I
COOK STOVES Beporter Golden for Stores Offices Bar Booms I
Grown and Stewart o a complete assortment
FURNACE WORK A SPECIALTY
Having a wellappointed Shop we a prepared I I I t
t do all binds of I
T and SHEET ION WORK wittf promptness i
tA Liberal Discount to Country Dealers
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GEO M SCOTT CO r
OS5 os Main Street Bali lake ffltyj i
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