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DESERET EVENING NEWS
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TRUTH AND LIBERTY
NO G WEDNESDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 21 1889 SALT LAKE CITY UTAJI TERRITORY YOL XXIII
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IrNIdtllL AaaIOJer
ZIONS
SAVINGS BANK
ASO
TRUST COMPY
J U EAST TEMPLE STREET
Lxtnblliibr I Incorporated
I > 73 j IKIS
ItlKECTORN
KIUOCD Wool > ttrr Pmt
GKOKOE Q Civcox Mco mx
JosKrn r SMITH
AKOus 11 Cio
Jxuu JACK
I B GKUTOE YOCTO
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n II cLw1ox
EOESJ GEiEUllfinii BiJSlStSS
= rT a CeitIvM oa famll
Drpoolta
lUOll Y TO LOAN
OS Approd arcrrC Liw ZMe
r 1auL
a U JSCON r I Jl01LLJlb
lnIL 000
Bank of Salt Lake
GENES BANKING BUSINESS
TRANSACTED
4c ± > r Account Solicited
Inlemt Paid on lime Vtponii
ErcftMtge BouyJit and Sod
MOSEY to LEhD oa REAL ESTATE
rac 0 TO n TLLU T
DESERET NUIOXAL Elt1
SALT LAKE CITT TJT1H
Pld Up capItal S250 000
Surplus UJiOOOO
DIBECTonSi
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Joir Sntitr President
MO EC TIHTCUER Vice rtldtCt r
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J UIUXII9
J T LiTTLE
J O CUTLER
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flap and Sill xchaticc on Aen i
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rrlncinal Conllnrnlul cllln
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re nd fire root Ucnts > to > U per
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SALT UKE CITY
CAPITAL J200000
rrHroniET LOCAT
49 E FIRST SOUTH ST
I ntd Completion ct oar Back Building
General Banking Business
5 per cent Interest Paid on
Savings Deposits
Foreira aud Dom iIe Exhae
Telcsraph Transfers
Iettera of Credit
Collections Made and Promptly nemltled
Icans OB Beat Zitate long and Ehor
Time Largo or Etcall AmocnU
A n HIISIT j L Ecxcin
GEO DUXCA3T SONS
Mixrricrrrsti or
TItE CRTSTAI md COIX > REO
Glass Table Ware
Bar Goods Jar Lamps Etc
luLl Sl S PITTSBURGH PA
rr Sale by Z CoJL I aid dealeri
enrally d
HAZARD POWDER
Oder 03 PIn SI NCK lark
rDclaDIIoD hand a mplte loCkor Chi
writ 1IOU and JuiCy eelebrstd
Gunpowder I
IttatIDE Kcteky RB rail
Ion ZJueEIectr1e Fuse
F emoiaatrbotemileand nUll by 1111 Che
asEag Iorr lu Ue Tcrrttary sod by
uleu1e oalT byi ir SJXDJU Co
AD Soil Late CIty
CHICHESTCRS ENGLISH
PENNYROYAL PILLS
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PLEASE REMEMBBB
Thtt wt itlll Carry a Coapcte
Uae or
mSSIOXS mm S1W
coxBisrixo ix TILT or
Cross Cut Drag One Man Upright
Mill Hind Kip Panel Tenon
Pruning Compass Butcher
Cook Keyhole Etc alto
Circular both Solid Chisel JKg
AM TRIUMPH
To reiling Trees with and are iclllat al
IX WEB PRICES TILL EVER
auo A TELL ITOCK or xmix
Unowned Rasps Filet slwiii on BU <
S3 O 3VI X
Pi n rPahnt o rMm O
MILL Ho St North Temple St East
Tci02n JT r es t
OFFICE 21 South Temple St West
BRANDS
HIGH PATENT
BAKERS No I
r SUPERFINE WHOLEWHEAT FLOUR
IICHiSf mu palCE PAID fOB WHEAT
MUI Telephone Sri
f
Uito Ttfcj hoct 37
gLIA JOURISSupt
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CHICAGO TRADE
L WOLF 13FG co
FINE BATHROOM OUTFITS
SanItary Sprclnlllc Italh Tub
Ir
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101 rntorle tValrr Closet Hllelien
Mnk Lnuntlr Tub AU ot the latut
dpr and moil modern derives
O1ldogllu ef AkA on Oucrfmtti i
to oil imteretttd
GYSElUL OrncEK a ill Vet Lake St
Kxnicrr DerAitTMEvt n Dearborn 51
LCTOKlE < still on Lake Strand
CanoU1 llojoc cut Fulton St
lJc9RCr na dij
DOWN WITH HIGH PRICES
A BB1 OOSrnlnerMnrlilnc 81S OO
A Too Ilatrorm Scale 1000
A 852300 Top lJaCIrT 6300
A Ton TCaiton Scale 4000
A 81 o no Iloml Curt 1300
A 819 < o IlnircT Iinrnr 7J5O
A24011eSvnopItatrrrtsenIe 300
A lib I nmllor Store heal 100
Ifs other article tame rate Catalogue free
CHICAGO SCALE CO Chicago III
DIDI3ill DrunKES
I < drrAcIEaia or
Cumber Suites Bedsteads
omcE i < n > ejutru EOOHI
597599 BLUE ISLAND AVENUE
pLCTOKr
U1C5 ALDEBT 6TRZBT
4 Q81 LCiaOO
or E E
Thompson Taylor Spice Co
Importers and llanttfatcKri of tat
FINEST SPICES
J1ro
FLAVORING EXTRACTS
KNOWN TO THE HADE
Proprietor ef tae raaoni Brutot
H33OD OHC2SS Xj VtJ
30 32 34 36 38 40 So Water St
OXXO4GO d
tar lloo H liaih
POLXBHED OR BLUED
hew and Improved rolnti Tlnlihed
ready for driTtar Have been tilt
by T C H I fop once 10 Tears Tier
i LK WizOoi SIII
1 are the iXtT mtu vans sad
guarantees to rlre the svitof satis
faction trill hold a Shoe en leirsr
IUD an j other
t
K1D1 liT TOO
Union Horse Nail Co
Chicago Ill
IOK BALI < Jlr z Co JL J 4JD
aU01l TQUL 41y
KIRKS
W Tf LQIJ
FLOATING SOAP
XII
TILE CHIEF
tor the Hath TuiM and laundry
Soar Wits and MtoKir Fmrt
U jour dealer does cot keepWnrrx CLOCD
sole send 19 cents for ample
ciie to tte GUkera
JAS S KIRK CO
CHICAGO
ST LOUIS TRADE
Absolute Perfection in Ea in
1 < 0
MElTS HDASTED IS THEIR OWN I JDIS J
BT CIDIO THE
Wire Gauze Oven Door
FOCSB EICLCsrtTLY OS TUB
Au
Marvelous Results 1
lOSS OF SnmXKAGE IN 1 IEATh
X7XBT JaI loowthat the Ehrini
Ja
V age ot llriu recited In a close otto
it tram thirT TO to forty per cent All
neat contains teTentj flee per cent of
water and onlrtircntj fire per cenLot solid
matter and the lou that is made In the
nutatf made la the evaporation of the
juice which is tte TTTAL riOT or HUT
Effect of the SOLID OVXT Door
A TES pound Sirloin tnediom or veil
tfore nf be BEDccEDto ill pound aaA
toar ounces ot Rotated muuthowlcr a leu
of three pounds and nrelrt ounces ot Iai reo
While tee Joss Is Zd per cent of the total
elxbt It ibowv the enonsocs Lois or
FuTr Z1tII CJST or YU JCIC
Effect or ivinr GAUZE OVEX DOOR
A TEH pound SIrloIn cedjnn or well
done mil be BEDCCED to SIX pounds and
eight onncca or Uouteil meat thowlBr a
lou of eight ounces of Juice While this
loss It ere per cent ot the total velrht It
shom the rerr iman LOIS or OCT BaTZX
eta crvr or JCICE
IlluttratedCirculari I Price Uit
rot ilia nr
LCIISoleAgents In Salt Lake City
Suutm Mlad D
St Louis Chicago
auxcracnrxxu or
strictly PURE Wh I t e L ea d
Jo
fl
1
1A
Tae Soothera XTartvlead ta Eaaitactcret
enUrdT from tae belt reined PIg Leaita
aid is fniat Fore Uuee4 O0aa4
u the CemvAay macataetar eilf
STUIOTLT r DEC parties lnjini TTiKl
Lead brooded ° sgaUern Comianr art
aiwlultlr ur vt obtalaloc A FEE
XBCTLT puti ARTICLE
ParSile by All Dttlers In YlhIte Lead
c1
TALK ABOUT SILVER
ltdln of the > ational hllvcr con
tendon at St lanis
Xlssonrl C I
I
TELLING SPEECH BY CHAIR
MA4 WARNER
A Large Portion or Lcechlmrj 1a
Consumed lijr lire Loss
100000
BAD RAILROAD WRECK IN TEN
NESSEE
Mrs Sonlhirorlh Sent For Trial
> CTT Tori JIurotrIral
lien fabrications
Ill Tclezrapb to the SEWS 1
MI1LR CONTENTION
1 rttertla j Procrrtllnc nt hi
LonltftiMrmnil Wieners
Srte tCCh
ST LOUIS Mo Xo ilTite
National blUer convention meL
this morning There are 350 dele
gates in atUndancu and a large
number spectators Janus Cimp
bell called the convention to order
and lulroducid Ta M Kuruscj of
St Incuts as temi > orary chairman
and Albert SInger as temporary
secretary Kuni y saiJl
You are not a law making bodj
It is true butt all laws nre results
of popular will and as you have
been nlpiot as popularly tent to ru
inHnt tilt people of these United
itntCti as are the inciuKra of Con
gress sent tovoice the trill of the I
People in Washington it follows
that the Congress of the United I
States may find througa your delib 1
erations and conclusions that you
are the latest representatives from
the people upon the question of sil
ver coinage laws that they must
obey the will of the people of the
United States and enact the laws
jour body cannot enact that will
give the people I of the flitted States
5 ept II r fin f
the privilege of coining their silver
ns freely as they coin their gold In
to large an assemblage it would Ix
strange If there were not those who
have tome pet hobby no doubt very
excellent and desirable in sonIc
other convention but the time for
discussion of this monetary ques
tion Is so brief it hoped no extra
neous SUlJivlta wIll be attempted to
be pushed upon the attention of this
convention
At the conclusion of his address
various commltttcs bn credential
Ittrmantut organization and resolu
tions were appointed and the court
took a rectos till r km
General A J Warner of Ohio
will be reported to the convention
for permanent chairman and Albert
Singer for permanent ecrctary
THE CONVENTIoN
reassembled promptly nt 3 oclock
The entire afternoon was pint in a
discussion of how the contention
heuM roll ome intending hat
each delegate present should be en
titled to one tote others that the
delegation should vote Its full
strength bj proxj no matter how
mauj delegates were in the conven
tion The nutter w is finnll fettled
by the adoption of a resolution
olltred by Senator Stewart of > e
vada that each delegation should be
entitled to twenty votes and
all oer that number in any delega
tion hould be allowed one tote
The committee permanent orgi
mzation repent the following per
niancnt olliccr ChaIrman A J
Warner OhIo ticechamnan J 31
McMiehael Colorado recretnrj
Albert Singer Jllsroun assistant
secretaries P Ii Dana Colorado
T J Palmer Kansas J A Greer
Pennsylvania Chairman Warner
upon Ewing introduced to the con
vention br Seuatorfctewartjthanked
that body for the unexpected honor
lie aid that no subject interrteil 1
him more thin the silver question
alnce German in 1S7J followed
by other European lowers and
partly by the United States de
monetized and limited sliver as
money the question had been a
vital IKUC and in the discussion
the bymetallists won n victory
The attempt to change the money
standard from gold and silver alone
was worse than a mistake was
almost a crime The demoneti
zatlon silver had made the gold
ttandard different than before that
act The demonetization of silver I
was in fact a great crime and its
revocation was now an important
question of the world The people
bail suffered more from bad mon
etary legislation than from any
other cause The first duly wits the
stability the finance What was
asked was n restoration of the
money standard which existed for
ages j that silver be placed on an
equality with gold and with the
name ratio which has existed It
was the duty of the country to re
stoic vhathliouId never have been
distributed and this convention had
ufemblcd here decide upon tho
best methods to be pursued in
reaching
TilE DECIDED END
II It Chamberlain president of
the Denver Chaml < crof Commerce
on behalf of that body thin pre
sented a solid silver gavel to Chair
man Warner A number of molu
tionsarc to be referredjtcthecommlt
tee This committee is considered a
very strong one and it expected
will embody the wishes of the con
tention so btiiily and so clearly
that they will I be easily understood
After tho announcement that there
would be 3 reception at the Mer
chants Exchange tonight the con
vention adjourned
The committee on resolutions Is
composed as follows Arkansas B
mViit rkj
D Williams Arizona John C
LASS Alabama A Irwin Color
ado T II Buchanan California
lion F Pikleyj Idaho Wm Hind
man Indiana Ieter Kennedy
Illinois Hon E G Waitc Kansas
E II McLennan Kentucky
Henry Waterson Montana W U
Gallgher Missouri n P Bland
Nebraska Wm Wallace New
Mexico J A Manzanaresj New
York Thomas Jordan Nevada
Francis GNcwbnd Penmykanla
fv t bt
V J Cllapney Fsixas Charles
Longuennuetj Ulllh C C Good
win District of Columbia I C
Nichols Michigan Hon Benjamin
Colvln Wyoming Wm Orant
Tennessee AJ Kcllar Virginia
John Porter
Scourge or Dlpbllirrla
MoSTlCELto IlL Nov 2dA
terrible scourge of dfphtlieiti is
very sorely aflllctlng the people of
central Illinois At Illiopolis and
vicinity there are over 50 casts and I
many deaths have occurred with
many more who will die The pub
lic schools are closed and all church
and Sunday school services arc sus
pended d1fL is also very lad sut
Waverly Petersburg Springfield
and Iekln and other places
auana 5it1olini
HELENA Mont Nor 20 There
b I no change Jn the legislative situa
tion The cenalo met with no quo
rum and adjourned until tomor
row The In use will lUCId this after
noon
ThE nULUUU14
Note of Itio Fort Morlli The Tf run
let liiknnnu
XEtv Yom Nov 20After a
conference lasting all day between
President Adams of the union Paci
fie and President Jones of the Den
ver Texas A Fort Worth it was
announced the sale of the Fort
Worth hid been settled but that Uio
olllclals were not yet ready to give
out a detailed statement No Inti
mation as to the terms of solo could
be obtained from the officers of the
Fort Worth company
A1WUT ITCHES
XEW Yom Xovi 261n regard
to tho Southern Pacific Company
C P Huntlngton made n statement
today that SIIIIJbS bit the Southern
Pad tic while he was in Europe
without consulting him Upon his
return Huntington sent for Stubbs
to see General Hubbard itr etlll
man and himself Huntington
to Stubbs tint ho had been in their
employ nearly twcntj yean and
should Dot hate left BO hastily with
out consulting them Smiths saw
the force of the argument and
lt
seemed much aDected and embar
rassed lie said President Miller of
the bt Paul road had treated him
very kindly but that his better feel
ing and sense of justice to us called
strongly upon him to return and he
would do so if President Miller
would relieve him
MEN FflOStiAMIIINGTOX
The hqnadron of CTOlnllonCIil
nneImmigration question
WASIIINGoON Nov 2d Acting
Rear Admiral Walker In command
of the squadron of evolution la I ex
pected return to Washington to
day or tomorrow This fact his
caused the circulation of the report
thai he is coming to consult with
Department officials on the propcwi
tion to send the squad njuorpart of
It to Brazil I intend of tor Europe
Commodore llamsay chief of the
Bureau of Navigation today said ho
believed the Admiral Mas coming
for the purposoofattendleg to some
private business which he had been
compelled to neglect before hailing
from Xiar York In order that he
might leave the squadron an order
summoning him to Waihlngton w as
necessary anti 4t had been sent
The Brazilian situation had nothing
to do with hue matter
KOMOTHHiS
Medical Director irancisW Gun
nell ex surgeon geuenlof the army
nui recently president of tile medi
cal examining board has been de
tached from the latter dutyand will
tomorrow be placed on the retired
1M of the navy on account of age
This will cause hISS promotion of
Medical Inspector Edward F 11
gist Surgeon J Brush and As
slstantSurgeon John Hancock Hall
CIIIMil IMSIIGItATlOV
United Staten ConsulGeneralfcar
sky at QunyaquII Ecuador fur
nlihcs the Department of State a
copy of the proclamation prohibit
ing the Immigration Chinese into
that count 11 docs not aiTtct dIp
lomats commissioners or emploj
of the Chlne e government Chi
nese in transit or those who caiuo
into the country fora brief sty nor
Cliinise ho shall have left a foreign
port prior to the receipt of news of
thcdecree Chinese ownlngproperty
in the provinces would L allotted
full liberty to return
Itnllrantl lrrck
CM VTTANOOOA Tenn Nor20
The East Tennessee Virginia k
Georgia passenger train left tho
track three miles west of Greenville
this morning The engine postal
express and baggage cars and the
lust and f eecouucla coaches and
two sleepers went oil Engineer
Dunn was fatally injured The ex
pn s n1 engerand four passengers
were badli bur Th po UU car
and contents were destroyed
0100000 lira In Ienn ltanln
LFECHMKU Ia Nov W A
fire broke out at this place at b
oeloek this evening and for three
hours raged fiercely destroying a
large rjrtlon of the liu iiiess and
residence section of the town
Among the buildings burned are tho
ix tofllco Adrancebuilding Leech
burg Hank building Hill Ink
building Cochrans Mock SquIres
block and 20 or 2 dwelling and
storey The loss I between O
slid 100000 and insurance light
The night I cold and many home
less ones will suflir severely from
exposure
Colonial rollrjrorterrnanr
ihjiiiy Nov GIn the Hclch
tag today Herr Bambergeraud Dr
WandthorM attacked the colonial
policy of the government as badly
conducted and calculated Irritate
friendly lower Herbert Bismarck
denied that the Gorman colonial
policy I caused any friction with flit
I > wen He said he could not reveal
at present the result of Uie Samoan
conference According to mutual
arrangement between the power
tint took part In the conferences hut
details of settlement mutt Hill Ub
kept secret Her Richter having
Inquired about the spirit traffic with
natives of German colonial posts
slons CommifIoner Kraut reported
tint such traffic was prohibited in
New Guinea Marshall Islands and
the Bismarck ArchIpelago and that
the prohibition would be extended
ttrr
to German territory in southwest
Africa
No Ill For Her
Xc Yom Nov 26The coro
ners jury in the Pets murder in
quest found that Pettus come to his
eath by pUtoI hot wounds In
lllctcd byllannah B Pouthworth
The coroner held the prisoner with
out tail t await the action of the
grand jury
The Jlnrdrrcr Arrested
Now YORK Nor 26 Juues
Tierniy a crippled oU watchman
on the Morgan line pier this I after
noon discharged Joseph Kinne t
cI1r
ionpJiorcman for neglecting his
work Immediately upon receiving
the wages due him urn pur
chased a pl tol and rcturnlnglaid In
wait for his victim When the
watchman returned from dinner
Kinney sniakcd up behind him and
shot him in the back Tierncy i
started to run and Kinney followed
firing shot after shot into his back
until he had emptied flue lost barrel
and TIeraey fell against a bale of
cotton mortally wounded The mur
derer was immediately arrested
Federation of the Colonies
SYDNEY Nov 26In a speech at
the opening of Parliament tile Gov 1
ernor referring to the subject of
colonial federation saId that while
j was expected Uicre would be ft
difference opinion regarding the
mode of procedure all the colonies
had hown the friendliest disposition
dlp
lon and there was every likelihood
that the cordial dbcuslon note lie
log carried on would I olrt to a
patriotic agreement of the question
Contract Laborer
J EWYOI Xova Thefteani
ship Bon Mua from Tawage today
brought over eighteen cabin passen
gers who came here wIth 8pnl
made Implements to oversee the
manufacture of the socalled Span
ish wine in California Unless the
custom bouse authorIties Interfere
under flue law irohlblUng the ID
porting I of foreign contract labor
they will start at once
A MILLION DOLLAR BlfI > DIC
Heiisnllonal Development Ilelnf
Rapidly DUeoiereil
Rp <
CHICAGO Nov fi Sensational
developments ere following each
other rapidly In the million dollar
swindle rcdcricksen L Co land
agent It Is asserted that thousands
fes iels mainly Scandinavians
in Kansas Iowa and other western
States who have as they supposed
paid for their land and got deeds
from Kredencksen have absolutely I
no title to It Dark hints are dropped
that bark of Fredericksen are parties
In Milwaukee who are the real
beneficiaries of this gigantic fraud
Wholesale art of clerk other
persons in Chicago who razenly
acted a Frederlcksens tdI are
talked of Tomorrow the State at
torney and the chief sufferers will
1 = rsOf
consult and organize s plan of ac
tion Eight or ten eastern capital
ists are said by one authority this
evening to have contributed 100
gn each to Fredericksens cotTers
and 70000 I thought to have been
dropped by a single victim and of
tlock many In Jlilwaubf SG F Curnb
ANOThER ISCONSIN VICTIM
Mr Cowic was heard declaring
this afternoon that Frederickscns
arrest would b secured if I were
necessary to follow him to the end
of the world Cowio says 2 ser
vant girls In Chicago invested with
Trederlcksen from t 50 to 5400 each
and have lost all Among the Chi
cago capitalists who are mentioned
as having had confidence in Freder
Ickn and EuOercd thereby are 11
G SouUiUorth the steel man and
fa W Ilawson the banker Besides
these the losers arc said to include
the Fort Dearborn National Bank
and the Chicago Loan and Trust
Cornpan lieGovernor Rice of
Wisconsin one of the victims of the
swindle arrived this afternoon He
admits 150000 and
ndmll losing 160 says
Cashier Nunnemacher of the Mechanics
Chler uunemer
chanics Exchange Bank Milwau
kee is also n heavy loser whIle C
D Hendrlcks a prominent real
estate broker of Milwaukee lias
LOOT EVERY CENT
lie owned and been for to assign
The Milwaukceans bclleted the
ChIcagoans had investigated
Frcdcncksen and therefore did
Frerickon
not themselves Investigate Rice
says Fredericksnd plan was to get
an option of a tract of land from
some railroad company and repre
l
senting thit he owned lta sell farms
to Ignorant emigrants Abstracts
were furnished by notaries in
FrederickJens employ who certi
fied to ever thing Some weeks
ago Fredericksen confessed to NUn
ncmacher Ilendrlck and Rico
that he html been IssuIng I fraudulent
deeds and mortgage but the
enormous extent of his deception
wis not disclosed The trio of
capitalists let Fredericksen go ahead
and form sMock company for half
a million dollirsto carry on the
business and themselves took most
of the stock el nee then untold I
other crookedness had come to their
ears and Frcdcrlckseu had lied
Rice eayoa number of large dealers
in railroad lands in Chicago hold
Frederlcksens pajicr but are kecrt
i N I Inj
log quiet for fear it will Injure their
credit Today Ircdcriciscnii book
keeper Goodwin was held In bonds
t ltW
In the sum of 15000 until Satur
day Mr llauglnu WHO was ap
polntcd receiver for tmlcrickscn
asked to be k lf rcporte I
II n sets In sIght were UH than a
hundred dollar
Fbrllon Abont Ilsyll
Nsw YOKK Nov 26At the
C t
offices of Kuhnardt A Co agent of
the stcanur til knowledge of in
surrection on the island is denied
The captain I of the steamer had
reported at the office that he knew
nothing about It Tin re were tin
passengers on the steamer and he
thought some one of their number
started the rumor None of the
passengers could b founJ
Lord hnlhbnrj
ortDOv Nov 26A conserva
tive conference was held at Notting
ham today The principal address
nlTIsarl
was by Lord Salisbury who i
tho views of Gladstone looking to a
separation of Ireland from Great
Britain were making no headwa
The recent elections for parliament
were mere skirmishes not fought
on the main Issue He was in favor
of forming a national party which
must grow gradually Such a party
could not be created by one man
Copper Compromise
PARIS Nov 26Tiue director of
the old Comtoire dEscomte hate
offered the shareholders 4000000 I
francs ai a compromise
The Tamarack Mining Company
has lost the action for damages
against the Comtoiro dEscomte
and Socictc Mctaux for breach of
contract on flue ground that the
securities given were not in accord
ance with the statutes
Information Reqnlied
PARIS Nov 2i3A syndicate of
manufacturers petitioned
sugar I11Inufturr recently pel
tioned the government for authority
to correspond direct with French
consuls abroad to obtain information
of interest to the sugar industry
The Cabinet is disposed to favor the
fjuitt
Failure Danker
Jxjvnos Nov 26The Glirontde
Messrs Kcudlcer tup famous
says Ile Jcldler anions
1Y Inker of Havana have failed
Liabilities 2000000 florists
nialne
WASIII > GTO > Nov 0 Secre
tary Blalue give a dinner t the
delegates of the International Ma
rine conference tonight
arern Riot
CHARLESTON W Vn Nov 2
Newswas received here this even
eW8W
las that there was a riot in Flat Top
mining district Mercer County
Monday night In which seven men
were shot two being killed instant
ly AH parties to the affray were
negroes and it grew out of a drunken
row No other particulars are
known
The TA Trots lobb
GAINESVILLE Texas Nov 2
The big train robbery in the Indian
nation last night Is the general
topic here The Wells Fargo peo
ple here say Uie amount lottlsSOOOO
nut there I every reason to believe
that between 10000 and O
was taken Everyday for n month
past thousands have been brought
into Texas on these trains to be
u ed In moving the Texas crops I
is said the railroad officials were
warned Urn n robbery would Iw at
tempted and for JunE reason had a
guard and deputy marshals on the
train These two however gave
up the fight after the robbers had
riddled the car with bullets I is
known however that one of the
train robbers is wounded fora trail
of blood leads from the train for
some distance A po < e so fJr ha <
been unsuccessful in the search
flneklensArutca Jhe
THC BEST SALVE in the world for
Cl Brubas Sores Ulcers Salt
Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chap
ped Hand Chilblains Corns and
nl Skin Eruptions and positively
cures Pilce or no pay required I
I guaranteed t give > erfe < t satis
faction or money refunded lIe
13 cwnU IT box For rale by A C
Smith d Co
MAIL SC1IRDULK
tollowinc i fbi Schedule of arrlral and
cloiin of Mails at Salt Lake CUT lo l
omce O oTcmber 1SS9
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KailernT Ut W il 6ii pm930 pra
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North and Northireit o U5 pma00 pm
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Tootle CoDDtr 115 pm71O LIII
AlIt and Ua4itca uo pn6IOLJD
Catarrh
It a coiutlaUocal sod not a local dlseare
and therefore ft cannot be cured ty local
applications It requires a constitutional
remedy like Hood Eanaparilla which
working tcroagh lbs blood eradicates the
lopuilty wbicb causes and promotes the
aad Catarrh
effects a permanent cure Thousands of
people teiUfy the success of lloo < rs ar
sapanlla as a remedy for catarrh when
other preparations bad failed Hoods
Sanaparllla alto bolide up the whole rj
tea and lakes fDa feel renewed health
acd strength
Catarrh
iorieTcral years I hare been troubled
with that terribly disagreeable diieate ra
unit I iamb Hood arupariU with the
Tsry beit malts It cured me of that COB
tinoal dropping la my throat and ttuced
cp tctllnf It bas also helped my mother
who has taken It for ran down stile ot
health and kidney trouble Sit S O
lewIs Iatnan CL
HOODS SARSAPARILLA
old by all crurrUU II sixforlS 1 Pre II
pareil only by C I 1IUUO CV Apolhe
canei Lowell Hut
S McIJOWALL
ATTORNEY
tJc tty Attl UainUt O > fc > j 1
LOOMS S AXD 4 W tSATCII BUILDISU
WE AUYISE OUR KKIEhDS I j
irllO NEFII ANVTH1NG IV TIlE
V Clolhells0Io rail upon arton l A
Col Main tu when they will and a well I
circled stock of mens and boys aollm
OTeI bat e2lI > hlrt < etc at Terr low
prices This Crm Is reliable and will treat
you right dlf
lLENRY AGNEn
1LT UKE CITT
CALlF0RH1BRY i
LAGER BEER ALE and PORTER
Uliolr aenn < I Kolnll
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GUARANTEED TO OUTWEAR
ANY CUSTOMMADE CORSET
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REDDINGS
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SALT LA HI IITT UT11I
relephonetoBreweryJoStt rOJJox
We are now Prepared to PronpOr snpplr
ke Public wIth Ken inj IloTTUD nisi
> f a Superior Quality at Popular Prices
t j CITY DKrOYIOG 5 Min Sr Telephone
i A FISHER BREWING GO
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I I CHEAP HOMES
IN rMUXIOO
I I
I i FOR TEST DESIRABLE XJL5D3
i Both xrleultaral aid Uraosf Ii
I Northern Cblauahsa near Csloay Bias
For fall particulars apply 1 ta Diszul
I I
I SEWS OSce or W Derby Johason Jr
I Colony Dial Cantos Oilcan Cbibaaasa
Uexieo d iJtwtf
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JPAN1Es1 llAZR
TUST ARim rn > NEW STILES or
1Fll FkIt
JC iJKllubllk HaadLercbieft all binS
ot CbS nerea st Japanese Crepe and Silk
Urea Good Crero aol Silk sbawl all
nut Ladies SUk and mbrmdered Wrap
Petal Bd proc Alto Silk and Satin
J
screen and Tablo Covers and all kiwIs of
Panty Chinaware
II 1101
it S blab bUrnt
a lLbrmnrbibiet
PHILIP SPRY
MERCHANT TAILOR
Has Just EeccUed a NEW STOCK
ENGLISH GOODS
For FALL and WINTER
VERY CHEAP CALL AND SEE
M S3 ic South Temple St
mUiCT HT GUAUVSTEED
BVHoii alio anIbOetied by the tale U
O Tailors to and colitel ill debts of
the said Corporation
REMOVED
JI j i mm THE BHIIST
Who baa fry moo yroec hid Ida Dtntal
tJJn
azloc to the flerold Sloth
11AS KLMO LI to
THE SCDTHDEHBGH BUIlDING a
WHERE HI OCCtTIIS
Front Roost 12 an J 3 First Floor
I3ZF At the EJnator 1Ior co tot TOG
co the rlR5T FLOOR deC
Horse < Owners Attention
IS YOUR HORSE LAMEP
It his Lameness caused by the uieof COLD ROLLED and CLIPPED
Nails which are liable to Split or Sliver when driven
TII XT S
and penetrate the sensitive part of the hoof causing Lockjaw and death
VOID THEM
tsr oaY
The Putnam Nail = i
Which Is HOT FORGED from head to point from the best Swedish Iron
and cannot split or sliver In any manner and BE SAFE
B3 Send 10 the Putnam Nail Co > eponsct Do < ton Mass for aoi
For tale by 23 C DIr X an Its branches
ot000Toan Gee Romany lIaulor
Geo flTaylor Geonytfloosey Ceo Tltler tttioi lauror
r hat rAzmair = 0 D flaone fecy and Truo
LumberYard SteamPlaning
TAYLOR ROMNEY
ARMSTRONG CO
Ono UloclcEaut oTTT O Xt U Depot
LWYS DRINK V1TK ICE WATER
II mlii Comet the Dusolsr lodoecea nf in on the btamanb Tb fleit Fsome
EnTretfOls Z1liro Wsocooiid uloUy Pots and CafremeaUd A EDrtni lioooal7
for breb Chttcou Hebu bornkry ood ill Diancalorn at tO IiooL
3mseld sd battlod hr MIHALOVITCK FLETCHER 0 CO CINCINNATI 0 Far sat b
Kentucky Liquor Co Agents Salt Lake City Diali
vu WECiHT
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PERFECT I flUJPAL fRUIT FLAVORS
tJ elbT tinS ItM Sltcs GoTrnraent Fnaortcd by the bead of lbs oreat Cit
YOn leo 04 5o5 Proud nal7 uas Ibo Strongeat PoreS and mot llealtMul Br
K5 scr imLJIIBCIowilerlocinoteontara vmmonUIJrae or Alum 1 lie rrieos
Dell toM niroruijt titract anlUa Leiron Orans Almond Soot etc do no eon
laID roLwnooi Oils or Chemicals
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO New York Chicago St Louis
dlCO cod I
LIOJ COFFEE fB it i1n IJ MERCHANTS
Is a selection of II ll
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MochaJava
blerded Rio properly and is I LU I I JJ g i g
conceded by all 1
to make the
nicest cup of 1 tT
Coffee In the t QJ I ii f
land A Oeauti iG
You wnnt this
ful Picture Card A TRUE COM mJA7toH Coffee Cabinet
In every Pack OF MOCHA JAVA l RIO Its the best fix
age For Sale turoyou over put
everywhereAsk r Into ysur store
your Grocer for T700LSOJT SPICS CO Holds 120 One
It KANSAS CITY MO TOLEDOO lb packages
ill OFIXIOK OF AX E3PKET4
11 II 0
En Bary ID TTilck Ttacatr If DnNtW
EeoiOBf at State CilTriltT ot Iowa
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= d lfsl4A oCollly mole IaI1JyhsledID eerppart
U froDtu Uasarbla IIIC of
t lIS Dpcrlor naUlaUo1l lI1e food 11
U better cooled while retaining a
f eeror and a larger proportion ot
fa be t Jukes I hate found alto that tho
tpp I
011 eoniamptloa ot fuel In this Eance for a
Elien amount of work la maea less ChaD
D CA 11M UlT to
all T othe
EXnICII wO0FAc1ui0a co 3TLCIitI MES MAKT B WItCH
FOR SALE BY
Z C M I Sole Agrents In Salt Lake City
r ATTEND
R K THOMAS
REI OVAL SALE
iIiiii I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I
o < SLAUGHTERlNG
ClotJring Carpets d Cloaks I
R K THOMAS
COliN BROS
VB OFFER
GREAT BINSLIES S l CLOAKS
JACKETS 300 400 500 GOO
NEWMARKETS 130 GOO 750 850
The bOT ire o tdcllon r 0 pcreen Coo 1Iuar Ortecw
In 11h Wrap hekr ire Nacqarn 1 am it 10 olrr treat
ludunmu nrIrtrarcsIwa3 rbe CIlEtPFhTINTODX
EapJIISSrV 5 MlfllAKKITS nt IlrIlirMl Ietcrn from 8IOO
awl upward Alo Itr < lnrtloii nt Irlcr lit Chlldre fIank < i
from 02DOosdnpmorI
HID GYnOVES
Ii < IleVtI > iitlaii 3Ion jaetnlreliiilrt < l KM Glo f at ite
4IIilllon Kid Clot All tolor nul Star nl 33 c
4ltiillon KI < 1 Cloven mbrolileml flack atM 73r
Iliitlon Heal IUd Crabrol > Ierr < I r irkit al 81 oo
3IIuok 1 n < Irr Kl nibroltlernl Ilnek at SI OO
ocr SIlix > U Iilil < llew nt 8123
VHnllon EaSes lnllly s nllop l Top III flutra nt IHJa
nillloii I xln > Hm T KM riubrulilrml llnrk nt 81 10
3nnllon Eaten limllly Itd CiiibroMeml Hack cf0003
iusaFro TlIreoU Inilrmiieil at 8I3O
lixlrri 7IIook IUd il 8173
wllillon ImlrrwU lilt < auTro nt JO A us1
10 nn < l Jlrtutloii I mlif nl Ivll < ilotro nt XOOl 4 OO
ttnullrt Ilrltln GOti siiwrb < tnalllynl S2jt
mlera VIIooU JIlSitO JiM < Itr > nt 0100
1ST Full Assortment of Ladies Lined Winter Kid
Gloves ttnd 3ltllenn
PAlmy G D ai nn ART EMBR I ERY DBPT I
A Great Variety Just Opcn I In jaiani c Panel Felt and hinil
Tnlnlea PJuth Table Scarf Chair Drape Tlclits Fancy Glove inI
UauJkurcliief CaMfj and irnny other articles and materiaLs for Interior
Decoration
IWe arc pnpnml to uo STAMPING and take orders for all
kinds of MRIlOtDlUY O1UC at moderate charges
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