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DESERET EVENING NEWS
TRUTH AND LIBERTY F
1O 0
MONDAY EVENING DECEMBER 2 1889 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TERRITORY YOL XXIII
BANKS
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ZIONS
SAVINGS BANK
uro
TRUST COHPY
N U EAST TEMPLE STREET
latablUbeil I Itirorporale I
IST3 I ISS
nEOTousi
Tiuorn WooDsurr PretL
GEOKGE < J CAIXOH Vice frest
JOtarn y SMITH
A gill M CAITMX
JAUXI JACK
I GKAM Tocxa
GKOGC srvou
T a TTEBBEU Cashier
fL B Cutrtoir
DOES EREm BiUIS BIJStIESS
N raT > 5 Per Cent Int n < em Eatrnir
f > ZOISEV TO LOAo
o Al > Ttdr1 a Low JtAIn
d DeIOOt
J ON rF
Bank of Salt Lake
OEHERAL PAfJillNQ BUSINESS
TRANSACTED
j
ActitC toeovnln Solicited
Interot Paid on 117M Depenlt
EzcJwn e Bought and Sold
I
IOJiE kI LEND on RElL ESTATE
TEOU OXE 10 T1TE TEAXI TIK
DESEIIDr NUIOXJL E K
SALT LIKE CUr UTAH
PaId Up Capital 1250 000
Ebrplua 1350000
DIOELTORSt
Jonx SHiitr President
1I0E4 TlliTCUEE Mas Tmldcnt E
W W nITER
J RDAREI
J T LITTLE
J C CUTLEr
JiME uur
IIr RT DLNWOOUET
lIII 1EESr
r WJEtG4
UMaGE nOEY
JGtuvr
LS HILLS Ca bicr
1L S Tocxc f t VAbler
Heteives Deposits Payable DO D lDan 1
Itnja aa4 Sell EiclinncB on e
lork Kitn Frnnclcro Clifrnrn M
1 Oml1 Lonoon all the
CooClnoL CIII
arlir I > epo a aalu abtolatcly
ur and 1tre proof Hents U to f per
y
t RJ CIA ElATEG < G 11 ElT > lKtC
reot < Uhlr
UL AH
mm roial avings ank
SsALT LAIvK CITY
CAPITAL J200009
iruroiunr LOCATION
49 E FIRST SOUTH ST
IEUI CoicplcU of oar non nll1dln
General Banking Business
6 per cent Interest Paid on
Savings Deposits
rcrrl n and Domestic Exhange
Telegraph Tranffers
Ixttera of Credit
eollcctionj Made ud rromptly Eemltiei
LoAD OB Ucal ZtUtc LCEJ and Eior
Time Large or frmall Amounts
X IL HIISET J C DCtCAX
GEO DUXCAJf 8 SONS
CFAcnt < au or
TECKTITAL COL9nED
Glass Table Ware
na r < i < M > d > Jan I mrx Etc
lOUiStF PITTSBURGH PA
Fer Sale lj Z Clf I and dealers
cenerallf d
HAZARD POWD B
om G3 11 SC Tork
MnUy OD ptoctof thl
weilL aDd nUJ elebned
GunpoVder I
ltI < Cntk Ria talr
LlJuc ICre Fuse
1 or Kale at whoeeale and retail by all the
cad nr tores in tbe Territory and by
nbolr ae only tyJ W 6AXDEKJ 4 Co
Irtau > lt Lake City
CHI HeSTeRS ENGLISH
PENNYROYAL PILLS
rD CRon 0100 RND
ara 1
4
r < 4 EnaU
is =
I rrr I r
F
PLEASE REMEMBER
That ire ttill Carry a Ccnplete
Uneor
DGW fI1E Il TIll m
coicsitTtxo U ram or
Orou Cut Drag One Man Upright
Mill Hand Rip Panel Tenon
Pruning Com pall Butcher
Cook Keyhole Etc alto
Clrcnlar both Solid ChIsel 1
A D TRIUMPH
rcr reJlng Trees with and are sellias at
LOWER PRICES TIIAX ETEBj
AUO A rru JTOCI or min
Snewned Rups Filet always nll1
25 d nIL X
Pi n rPahn Ro rMill CO
MI l1 No sa North Tenple StEut
OFFICE 21 South Temple St Wett
BRANDS
HIGH PATENT
BAKERS No 1
SUPERFINE WHOLE WHEAT flOUR
SiSflEST CASH PHICE PI FOB WBUT
Mill Telephone 371
IiLIAS lIOIuns Supc
CHICAGO TRADE
L VOXalT OTG CO
FINE BATHROOM OUTFITS
Sanitary hpeelalf Ir Ilath Tube
ratI WIr 11lClteb
loIkInundryT1K All of the latett
dettns and most modern deTices
CW < zlt > gNu of Aid ore OtaftMf Tumult
laalUntmtttd
CEsnAL Orncrs n11I Wt Lake SL
Exniorr DETAtmiEvr n Dearborn St
FACTOEIES w ill Uest Lake SU and
Carroll A Hoyne Arenaes t Fnlton St
Olxio eo HI dly
DOWN WITH HIGH PRICES
lG OOSIII nblnILOn
A iOO Ib IIUorm tenl 000
A 1112300 Top Un GJoo
A 1 WAl OO 1 4000
A 8tooo It Art 1100
mi r i g
A 41b mllrtOrSa 100
1M olb arudto ume rote Catal f
CHICAGO SCALE CO Chicago III
DEM ME DIERKES
MAKCTAcrcuu or
Chamber Suites Bedstead
moe U > taurra room
597399 BLUE ISLAND AVENUE
rACroar
W Ifc AtrtRT STREET
CI CaxCAGO
rXXE
Tbomps n Taylor SpIce COJ
Isporlers and Uanafacrcren of tke
FINEST SPICES
J < D
FLAVORING EXTRACTS
KNOWN TO TIIE TRADE I
Proprietor of the Famoas Braa4 ot
BED CnOaB LYE
30 32 34 36 31 40 So Water St
oxx CIAo a 0 CI
lar H r Nail
POLBHED OR BL =
S aDd Imprd rolDta Ftnllb
rdy for Clrlna BaTe be 14
r Zcfe IfoiTer 10 jeiri Tte
ra the > xrr xIL < vans u I
narantee < to rire the V it of aatl
tctlon Will Sold a Sloe n JOB r
thin an j other
MIDI JoT THE
TT U ft
umoa Horse mi jO1
Chicago Ill
11II ro au c x L 4n
c TOUL etJ
I
KIRKS
W T5 J9lJ
TI roA
r LJ J i i IN u VJ t
s
Tire CITTOF
for the Bath Toilet and Laundry
Sana KlKt and MteMcj Pmre
U your deI does not keeptVlU CLoCD
Sor cend 10 cents for ca pie
cake to the makers
JAS S KIRK CO
CHICAGO
ST LOUIS TRADE
Uite PerfBctionin Baiii
urD AU
MEnS BOASTED IN THEIR OWN JUICES
ar cicta TUX
Wire Gauze Oven Door
roosn ncirsrvxiT cs >
V
Marvelous Results I
lOSS OF SH lXKAGE IX MEAT
VEST few people knoir that the fcrlak
ace of Meau routed In a clot oren
Is from thirty fire to forty per cent All
meat wntalns evenly are per cent of
water and onlrnrentj fire per centoJ solid
matter and the lots that is made In the
roasunc Is made In the cnporitloa ot the
nice which It me Trial rAn or VXAT
Efleetoflhe ISO II D OTUS Door
A TEX pound Sirloin medlnm or well
one will be XEDCCED to six ponnds and
cr ouncesot Eoaited meatshowlnc Ion I
three pounds and twelT onnces of luce
While me lots is 37f per ceat r the total 1
tight tt shove the enormoas Lou or I
rurr m CEXT or TC JUICE
E Dirct ofTTlnr cTEtK OVEX DOOR
A Tin ponad Sirloin medmm or well
elo1I11l be BZDUCKD to tec pounds and
rt i I
D
I
Iou II tI per ceDt or le toUI Iah It
o the ay emAIl IOU or ICY aETko
rEa CEXT Or JCIC
BendforllluttratedCirculirPrlceUit
ros Ais a i
CIISole A ents In Salt Lab City
w
Sau m1 WMt LaaQ OJ
St Louis Chicago
IUJrtnCT1lSJU or
ft White Lead
n
O
Jo
01A 01 >
Q
n Seallleno Int tea411 muafaetueC
entirelY from tne Mil reined rif LeaAi
and Is fnun < In Ftm Ltcteed OUaj4
as toe cz > in7 tnaiofaeun ear
STEICTLT rnc ptrUet lariat Wiiti
Lead branded a taen CoBianj art
absolutely nix l obtalnlnr A nit
SECTLT roct ARTICLK
ForSaIa bJ All Dulm In White Lead
Ie
FIRE AND DEATH
The MlnucapolU Trilitmc llnil
In the Jxtnc of a Crcat
tonnazrallon
RECOVERY Or BODIES FROM
THE RUINS
1atbctlc Incidents bcrrral En
plujos klllrJ In their Efforts
l Escape
DRESSED BEEF VESTIGATIO
AT WASHINGTON
Three Men loc tliclr Lives
TIiropRh nn K < lcnou or
llromIrttluc
Tclrzraph to the Mws1
JLAOTHER Din Finn
Thll Tiiiie lu mimrnpollIxrx or
11 fr
IlSNEArOLls Xor aA lire
was discovered on tho third floor of
Uie Tribune building nbout 10 45 to
night and CMS Hit entire building
WIt wrapped In name On the
HcnUt floor wire situated nmuj
oOlce S the Tribune tau editor
porters and compositors A num
xi of employes hi attempting to
escape jumped from the window
A number of lives wire lo t and at
midnight Kcti lx > dles had been
takin out of tho ruins The onU
one jet identified Mhitof I Professor
31in of Virralllion Unlirity
Xikota who hud gone to eu a
rknd He jumped from the top
floor and wns iiiMnnllr killed
1 nmTlle number of lives lot
is over lialf a dozen nnd possibljr ten
or more The building is an eigbt
storj building at the corner of Jirst
Avinue and Fourth Street It is
occupied by the Tribune Star cvin
Ine edition of Tribune Mlhileai < olis
olllce of the 1ionecr Vcwaud Ercn
nff Journal besides a large number
no = ld1i
f other offices The Tribune edi
torial force is on the ttvcuth floor
and tlulr composing rooms alx > e it
Jii thcte two lloors there wire near
y a hundred persons imploded
vhcu the fire broke out Access to
he building Is bj way of an ileva
or around which I I a narrow and
ark stair nay wound At night
liisttalnvaj was the only means of
ngress or egress The building
night be called a eritnblefiru trap
nd the dangirto those located thc
mil bein ofun commented upon
THE HIU llIOKfc OtT
on Uie third floor and won the up I
per floors wire cut off from Ute
tnit Tin Uilldliig ttas on the
corner and thu adjoining builiing
winonly one ttorj in height to no
u uii of CMMI were atlorded
hat directiuii The llauiu > cut oil
he escape of the JtonccrJretf
brcu on the tixtli floor as n ell as
he TnTiitnc folks on the Hivinth
nd eighth IteporUr Itarncsofthe
tuncerfrctt liad a narrow < cal
rom tin building anJ left lirliiud
him Milton Piikitt assistant city
ditor and one of the oldest men in
Ute service of the pajir Jkkett
was Oot in tin liiiniln Imililin
The Tniune force ulIired mot
lay being located higher up and
had less winiing of their danger
James F Igoe night operator of
the Associated 1ress met with a
sa < 1 death He was at work on the
evinth floor when the report of
fire was received and immediatelj
peucd the kii Mating the faet to
the head oflice nt Clilcngo and a k
lug fora minutes time to iuvestig
ate Soon lie returned to his instru
leut appanntly thinking he was
safe and lolcl the ccndinj operator
to continue Inn moment ho taid
he would have to Kipnnd found too
ate that escape was cut oil He
imped from UictcM nt jttori win
ow and was so Indly injured Uiat
he died before reaching the hospital
l1e caes a family Old man
lierce a printer wasalo Kiilei
One report sas tliat ten have lieen
Jlled but up to midnight only MX
KMlics hae been taken from the
ruin whIch were
THU FALLING IS
Tho eknown to loe deadareAsit
ant City JMitor Piekitt W E
l Ille apcnt of the Associated IJrvss
nmes K Igor Associated rress
xrator John Oteii lrl < let t of
the Vcrmilllon Dakota College
lary Coin ell McCutcJicon and
lerce printer1
Another wlio e name could not
be leirned appeared at n window
nnd not seiiiiR the ladder the fin
meu were raising appanntlj lot
his euCI alld drawing a nvolcr
rom his iwckct placed it to his head I
nd Qreu falling i backwards into
the l1amt W Hooterand W 1
H AVllhain the latter foreman of i
lecompoIuE room were Liken oF
ju < t in time to escape a cloud of
imcs tliat awijt the window in
which they were tandfng WiI1
ams is tadl > burned Jimnile
Koh n messenger Ixn on
the Tribune ii I said to be mi Inc I
HIP liuilding burned wiUi such
pidit tint the occupants wireen
Joi > ed in the flames and smoke
nlmost liefore they were aware of it
The flxtyfle men working on the
eventh floor made a dash in a body
ro r th stairway Forty made the
run safely and got out The rvtt
made a frantic effort to get through
Ue blinding mofce Jiveof tlitM
were cut off at the fourth floor and
unipcd to the pavement Tliree of
them wire Uidly hurt and the other
two killed
A J Blethen proprietor of the
niunc cays he heard the cry of
re and started down to investigate
On the third floor he found the
LA > IES BUItSTiva OUT
or the Union Lt ague rooms Some
mn were trjinij unsuccessfully to
ubduc tliem lie took the elevator
10 get a fire extinguislipr which he
supposed was on the fourth floor
ud tarted up alter it Before
reaching the supposed location of
ic extinguisher he was hilfsuflb
ated bj dense smoke and compelled
10 leave the building hlclispeedily
mrned down Itlcthen is of tiie
opinion tliat eleven lives have been
I osU
2 amThe follow ing Is n lift of
the victims Identified up to this hour
James F Icoe Associated Press
icrator Walter K Sliles I AEEO
ated Press agent tj W II Mlllman
commercial editor Jerry Jendson
mpo itor Jiobcrt JlcCutcIicon
mrositon Prof Kdward Oren
ermlllion Iaj Milton Picket
rId porter
A couple of bodies remain un
Id entifled One or two men sup
loseddcad have turned up allre
Id J gl
icre were doubtless everal more
ople nt work In other parts of the I
uildlnganditis feared several of
UtC did not escape Seicral per
pr
ns si fleml injure from burns I
Is feared now 230 1t1t the
uumb of dead will reach fifteen
d perhaps more There are no
robabllities of getting mere definite
news tonight a
ll OKNKRAI LAIOt
W as turned ami the engines in the
ctJ rrl pon < lll to tlc 111 The im
prlEnr prlnteri xathentl at tiie
ndowh In the south end and
rlekcd wildly despairingly for
aid Hurrj the ladders for God
sake was shrieked with all tl
vehemenco and power that nn
gulshed dozens in peril of the
lives could mu ter Tlie vast crowi
from opposite viewed the fir Iddll
at woriCjBliouting words of encoura
racut to them in their ttrenuous en
deavors to hurry tem up Th
IOHK ladder seemed to move up at n
snail pace but was finally restei
In position nrd the crowd began 10
descciid the flames making ttcad ly
encroachments in the corner where
Uie frightened men had stood Jlfe
nits were brought and Mmo Wer
saved by this men The entire
building at this writing less Utan
an hour is a mass of ruin Spar
ire flying I i In all direction I a d at
Joining buildings occupied by n
saloon are doomed restaurant and tailor store
The Tri ulc biding was twenty
five years old a brick structure and
valued nt 100000 The lusa wll
probably rrach 1000000 fJ Innlranc
not ascertained
AT THE MORGUR
lu five Ladle tnt were enclosed In I
ilalucofTIus On the floor areth I
jodles of Jerry Jenkcnon compos I
tor on the JTStme a joung ma
who was shortly to bo married be
f
t
Eides him arc two bodies so bloatet
and burned with blood tilloozlne
froU their terrible wound that IhD
far they have not been recognlzeti
On two tables are the two corpcet
of llobcrt McCiitchtol compositor
and Milton Picket reporter on th
Itonccrlrcu Jenkenson trietl t
make his escape on the heay < ele
graph w ires he cauglit down short
ay but was unable to retain his
told and was obliged to dro
to the ground When picket
up he was dcadi JI > Wann r
btg hcay mau juml1 nm
ias Intantlv killed James iKOt
r lt
s ocnted Ufr tilegrapher madi
i vain endeavor tn cscsiio bi com
ng dow n tho wires lie liad des
cended until within about fifty fee
or the ground when Le was com
telled to loo cn his hold and die
chile being conveyed to the bOII
tal He leaves a wife and family
A SAD DEATH
> EW YoiiK Nov 30 Tlie wcs
crn cireuit wires of the Associated
Pl1 wen burdened with outing
matter tonight and tendingOper
jlor lei 1 S wis hurrjinp the
Ids along the line buddinly
handler inused and shut tho key
W ltl
Associated Press Telegrapher Igoe
nt Minneapolis had broken and
aU the men on the line had
nu < cd like Chandler to listen
H It
Theres n lire on tho third floor
or the VnAunc bUlldln raIn < 1
Trunc tldlnJ IJ
on the wir and Im on the
nvinth Then aCer a moments
nue ho added Go aheid
handler began again and after a
irief sjiace yielded to Cleveland
who liad a ruli
Thhwis ail of Cle elands Dc
age Hint Icoe received
Cleveland O Sov 14 Captain
J oxpli MolTet a well known lake
man was killed toy bj foiling
Into theliold of his vessel
Jutt there Igoe broki UOJ1 lie
TILK > B OX TIn WlJ
and there was anothir brlif I iau < > e
nd all the nun en the circuit wire
istcnltig with intent ISoys I mut
and > ou ofT Im the only one
Jel on this floor Kvcrylody I
Kone and I cint > lnnd it longer
Clck tliut went his keJ and
some o > eRitor on tile Inc ijulckly
lened and iliotittd after Igoe as it
wer Take the machine along
He me maciunev nierring 10 me
tJpwrtng machine but there was
norcspone The ticking in trunicnt
ha 1 ticked its halfjocular messtge
in an empty room Near by fat the
machine and the Lost Hem Liken
which was the Cleveland item
about a Iolint dcutli Then the
work wint on again and no one of
his colleagues thought seriously ot
Igocs good bye until there came
bjllctins of los of life and among
them a bulletin stating poor Igoe
had staj ed too long These 200 lost
words hu remained to take were
Pita Tiny cost him his life and
the nun at their koj s were grai
a they worked on to good night
Jlorr orttir Ilriulrr Ca e
1VST SAUINAW Mich > OVTO
A n < > phanlri tba Jlendercise
has been dovcto < ed The MicriQ of
OW ego Kan wrote a letter tliere
to the ihiriirof Huron County this
State in behalf of the woman IU
iiccted to be Kate Jiender In whlih
lie intimated tliat she alleges I she
lived it Wllfowl Iayknewii now as
Itojport with her lui band InlSTS
She gives her husbands name a
Hiram Johncm On investigation
the sheriff found the Incidents men
tioned by her Including her childs
death and burn were corroborated
by people now lit ing at Jlayport
who state such a family did live
there at tint time
lme
Wholesale Murder
Se n itnr N Y Xo 3Jt
night about H oclock Hugh Elliott
visited the residence of Barter Hnj
den in this city and proceeded to
reduce the population by cutting
the thnnts of five person three
womennnd two men Klliott lias
been li ing for several 3 ears with a
womin who acted the part of a wife
and a mill named Garter Hayden
had lieen boarding with them Dur
ing last summer Ha den succeeded
In gaining the aOVctionq of Uie
Klliott woman and enticed her
away from the UOUM They were
gone for evcral days when Elliott
found out their hereabouts and
persuaded the woman to return
home In tho meantime Hayden
married and et up housekeeping
on Crab Orchard tree t where
THE TIIAOEUV OCCUWiED
last night Afett dasago miiott
and hU paramour had a misunder
tandlng and shu left homu again
this tirnu going to stay with the
family of Ha j den the girls mother
also going I with nil JJliott last
night went to the Hayden hou and
asked to 0 admitted He wag
granted thu privilege and after
hiving a lively argument with the
parties he drew an ugly weapon and
proceeded to revenge himself by first
cutting Hay < lens throat Hu then
carved Mrs Kasti r In a like man
ner and next tackled Hayden8
Younc wife and cut her throat
Hut notJet satisfied he thin cut the
throat of his paramour Thinking
he had cleaned up the house he
started to leave tlin place when lie
met a boy named Robert Klliott and
his thirst for blood I Hot having been
abated as yet he attacked f toy
and severely cut him Three of thu
parties will die The wounds of the
others are serious Elliott made
hiscecape but onicers are after him
The parties are all colored Jay
den tion and family bear a good rpt
rIIloloQ
Oil CiT PnXov SO An cx
> I nC of nitroglycerine occurred
fn the cubuibs this afternoon in
ilch two brodiers earned Fisher
j ames and Charlw and Kdwanl
oilman were killed Five tons of
3 ccrine on ned by a lofeu com
any were ilg unloaded from a
Lt and placed in Ike magazine
Vhile the men were away the liojs
ere seen to approach the lioat and
is supposed in ome manner they
cu > U thc accident The < hoek
wn i tremendous ant Farm hou H
nn d lars near by wire shattered
aUI blow n to plectv An ir houH
4jlillng three huudml 1 fret Miiare
W as reduertl toLIiidIInjwonil I The
udoun 111 the pe tollke at lie
pottuo miles away were jhnt
tei b > the shock
non IEDno
Kpanlth Rrinbllri o > and the
Drpowl Jpuo r
M ADHID > or aT Spanish
republicans a greatly excited over
Ute dethronement of Dom Pedro
and theestabllshmentof a provisional
r slmn Tt kluge
al government lu Brazil They had a
largo meeting in the Federal Casino
In this city which was presided
over by Senor 1 Margnll TIm
meeting affirmed the decadence of
the monarchies of Europe under the
Influence of American republican
ism and asserted that the time was
rapidly approaching when the name
and style of the old kingdoms must
be annulled a well as their forms of
government Senor made a elI
ipeecli in which he predicted the
I
early triumph I of the federal republic
In hpain as well a Brazil An ad
dress was adopted embodying the
entirGcntx of the meeting which
will b sent to Illo Janeiro as a con
gratulation and encouragement to
ho provMonal government
TO iiEirrnoji i two
PARIS Xov 3lf A banquet was
held Jn this city last night at which
ho liraiilian minister Dr Meer
pn IpCles Wen
mnde orln the tblshmelt of
n federation of tho provinces of
I Brazil as being tl be > t system of
government for that countiy
Tlie Due de Xemours left thi <
ity today on lib way to Lisbon to
meet Dom Pedro and to talk I with
lira about lie succession If it should
irove josslble t rccstabllli the
mpire in Brazil and put back the
Orlenlll fhmllv in power there I
hl advice is followct Dom Iedro
will Issue a manifesto as if he were
till virtually the Kmpiror abdicat
ig the throne qf Brazil In favor of
Ute Countess Ieu his daughter
Sho win turn resign her and her
m l > ands claim to the throne in
avor of hi r son Pedro w ho would
ume the title of Emperor Dom
cdroIII The Com te and Com
ecembcr o of Parii Ttli Till go to Lisbon on I
Nf Im Berlin
Bull is Xov 30 The Foregu
nice here has ample reason to ac
cuse the Austilinsof having broken
fait regarding the ncent Kalnoky
ismircK compact Within the pre
snt week the leading joints of the
ttertf have l > cen set aside Ein
icror Francis Joseph annulled hll
eclelon giving autonomy to Trentl
no and Count Kalnoky authorized
ie Bourse to give I quotation of tin
3u lt l tAU t
ulgarian loan and iennllted the
unnan Consul at Sofii to renew
hi ostentatious intimacy with Fer
dlt1nd The check upon s
marcks diplomacy i absolute and
h been Uie euljcct of constant
communications between this city
and Vienna Count Kalnokj is
portnltoliave ollercd the state
ment tint he was forced to di jeirt
rom the nrnngemsnt even nt the
rk of precipitating a conflict w Illi
tunia He found both the Ut
Irian and Hungarian ministers ad
ersetothe terms of eonciilation
olcnd bj liusiia and tlio opiwl
101 at IVth was becoming b
rang it tliiiatened to overturn
te Tiza ministry
Emjieror Villl5iu and itiinarck
received the explanation in Milieu
lcue Hirlrt Bi nnrck wrote
Count Kilnok that the triple
allnce must not submit to ire
eual of the UaugVrH ul < l insltion
gpravated by proofs of the irrcfolu
on of Autna s Imlloy I
Hamburg flruit recitveclphirilis
otclus fretly from Itio Janeiro
One d Jlch nports that in a row
on the flls oC Bio Janeiro after a
ublic meeting tlitre were crlis of
Down with the Bepubllc Iong
I vcDom led ro et and revolvers
wer actively ue stvenl IIJUS i
being killed and miny wounded
i tollMon nl IrotMricr
PKOvinh > CE > ov X An Old
Colony steamboat train forbtoning
on collided 1 w Ith a sw Itch engine at
tle ISranch Avenue bridge thi
eulng The two engima were
n lashed KngimirBurnham was
nitantly killed and three other em
oyis seriously hurt No pasen
laln
gl were hurt
The ironln Inqulrr
CHICAGO Jfov SO At the opcn
lug of the Cronln trial this morning
Sl1te Attorney LcngiieckcrrcsumeU
hs addrc 9to the jury He went
oer tho testimony rvpirdlng the
ectingof Camp a Clanua Oiel
at which it was charged Cronin
ra a spy of IJ pgh ilifemo of
exander bullivin of Couglilin
trying to poison the mitUsof ltr
otc I rWimen against Cronin
Ir tl nnf Intrvllsnllon
VASHI > GTON Jfov 30 benator
YCts committee which has been
nesligalitig the dressed beef bui
InnlgUig t
< refumwl thu examination of
1 te
tnesws this morning 1 D Ar
our of Chicago said lie had lict u
In the beef huoinrvsall his life The
o resed beef business liegnn to be
I portant ten years ago For two
three ru had not been re
unemllve Methods had to bu
udled and tliclitiliniS5 learned In
1561 or 1S52 it licome a pa3 inghuji
nf
ne
nfPrices lr are lower now said the
wlne than thiy wire when we
mmcnced the dnsj < ed beef bI l
nC In range cattle however the
ecrcascin prices has not been so
eat a 40 or S per cent
Armour was nked to what he
atrlbuted the dccreavs In price
He said he had pn pared a written
atcmcnt which would give his
ewt V J Quinn one of Ar
oiirs young nen as ho termed
m fo long statement which
Included the figures of the buine s
for n term of y r and a com
arison of prices at Chicago in Ib
and lbS9 The Inter it was avert
Iln the paper khon ed n reduction
In prices of canned products of 50
> er cent In conclu ion the < Ltc
nent denied that Armour Co
jaged in any combination what
engge the price to bo mid for
tie or the price for which dt
iroduct < 11 sola
The Iowtlrrly onplmrj
ScerrTDAit lal Xov IThc
< of Edward Callahin against
Powdcrly Bryne and VI c Ir
Dnent Knight of labor for con
1lrcy came up for Justice
Mcrrllt tony After hearing Cal
aghang evidence Ju tice Merrill
d Ided It was not suQlctent and
the case was dismissed
H300O DIpp r
ClKVELA > D > OV M J M
< LEEL
IratnanI a messenger of the Com
ngr
merelal ationalBank went to the
lernunAmerican Bank this moru
Ing and was rid S2SW There were
bur packages of SVX each and the
maiuder in bills While counting
the money a stranger standing b
led his attention t a certain
cek in tho pie While the mcs
iger was answering the < JUt tou
hi eyes for a moment were oil the
Ill e of money on the desk before
him When lie commenced count
Ing again ho discovered the Io I i of
thu fuur jackages containing J033
ielranger liad also disappeared
d there is no clue to his identity
njondthe meagre dcscrij tlon the
m e engcr I able t give
Jnuo Jr
Ixiciix n ix KyXov 30 Xear
8Uunt last iiicht Hugh llllott
< voml dt prrdu lu a < iuirnl
s > hed four nrgiuK with a knife
two men nul I Uto women I in
ought the laUr will < lIt
TiE SIUEnMUr
Stun7IloUtnttI oml
11 omloloo or CIlo
WASHINGTON Xor so The re
publican caucus was called to ordei
iiromptly at noon today Cannon ol
Illinois chairman of the eaucu
naigned his place being a candidate
fortheepeakcrship and Henderson
of Illinois was chosen chairman A
call of the roll develop the pr
enc of 163 member for less than
the republican strength in the
House Mr Mudd contestant fur
Comptons scat from the Fifth Mirj
land district took no part in tliepro
lh Jllltr
= ltr
cecdlngH I It as resolved that bal
loting should begin at once
The first ballot resulted R ed 7
McKinlcySD Cannon 2 Burrows
10 Henderson 16
Before the second ballot was called
one of the absentee Hcrrman en
tered and on the second ballot voted
for Beed The following change
were recorded McKlnley to BecO
Culbertson Jell < letn to Beed
Bergen Hausborough Pickle r Can
non to Beed Glfloni Ilud Cannon
to Hendcrvin Bartiue This mode
nrtlne mae
the total stand Beed So McKlnley
rS Canon H Henderson U Bur
ro s 10
rws 1
THh AS10fME > UST
of the voto whicli give Itced the
republican nomination was greeted
witii applause and the candidate re
turncd hlstliankfi
Kduard Mciheron and John M
Carson were placed in nomination
for tho clerkship nnd McPher on
was elected I 110 to 0
AJ Holmo ex member or Con
grc s from lawn and A I Beed
of Minnesota were candidates for
sergeantat irms and Holmes w is
elected 142 to IT
The contest over thedoorkeejer
hip was very animated the candi
dates feeing Charles W Adam of
3riryland anil James A Wheat of
aut
Whrull Adams was elected by
a bare majority S3 to S Wheat
howcvir was Immediately nomin
ated for postmisUr receiving 09
ott against 23 for Ldteli 2 f for
Worrell and lb for McKoe
Bev Charlett I Bnuisdell of the
North Preibi terian Church was
nominated l for chaplain and the
caucus adjourned
1 onl tlrlkr In Colorado
DENV tit Xor 30FltCn out of
thu seventeen mines in lioulder
J 1
d
the Colorado
County opented by I
Coil Op nlor Association ard
representing a daily output or 000
Ion were closed down todiy
Three hundred miners are out on a
strike The trouble Utween the
operators and miners is the overtime
the later are compelled to work
The directors of Uie company will
hold a meeting at IouisvllIe on
MouJiv to settle the difficulty
A Omik ICr nuir Cuiltiru
WAjESPCmi Pa Nov M
The Famursand Drovcrs Nitlonal
Iank opened 1U > doors again thl
mornln opne there rn a r h
made at once by the deixitor
which Ia tetl all day The newly
elected i n Idcnt G 1 Wjly saj
tnbl
tIr tank is safe and has plenty of
money to IKIJ all drjositors At
least tncnty of the mOt wealthy
men In the countrv will be ruined
l > > licing re ponsible tf thoM I w ho
failed Hie amouiit lo t by them
will nggngate over half million
lllifctlnn llrrorin
ST Prrri ntiio Nov The
reform in the adminitntion of the
I kiltie proviiu es hat gone Into elllet
Under the new aJministratlon Jour
nalNL ire dcpriv ed of the franchise
and the llupini languigenplaie
the German
< lly iollrrtor Sliart
BiLHiioM 1 Nov TO I is
stated a shorMgo of 4300rt his lvn
found in the accounts of Citj Col
lector Woodon
Tloiilnnit Jllnrral Ijint
Hit UNA Mont Nov SO Ill the
SIt Mineral laniN Convention
tony re olutlon were adopted
favoring the formation of 1 mineral
land nsociation whO cajiital stock
should be J 0l > W in SI shares Two
prominent mining men from each
counU are mada the Inconorators
The object is the active provecuhon
of protects and contests against the
Noithcrn Iacific Itallway8 cflorts
to obtain tent for mineral laud
in Montana IR assisting bJ I
competent counsel all miners in
Montana to obtain titles to mining
lands AH of the stock was subscribed
Catarrh
It a conitlntional not a local dlirair
and therefore It cannot be cared bj local
appllc > UoDl It rJutrCAI I coDJutaUonal
remedy Hie Hood Sariaparilla irLlcb
workie through the blood eraCicates th
Impntitr nhicb cat es nnd promotes the
diseate and
Catarrh
effects a permanent cure Thousands of
people testify the ineecis of Hood t tir
jpjnlla at a remedr for calanh when
other preparaUoni had failed Hoods
SarsaparllU alio bnlldt tip the whole sj
tctu and makes ya feel renewed health
and trcn gltu
gltuCatarrh
For sereral jears I hare been troubled
with that temblj duaxreesbie diieue ca
tArrh I took Hoods artapanlla with the
Terr best retails It cared me oi that con
tinnal dropping In nj throat and stalled
up feeling It has alto helped my mother
who has taken It for ran down ttate of
health and kidney trouble > r S 1 >
HEATH Patniai X
HOODS SARSAPARILLA
told yalldrurJIt JlnnfortJ Ire
pared only Lowell by JIais U I HOOD i IXX Apothecaries
0
51 SOUTH MAIN STREET
Ul I Y G IIC
ULT UE cnr
CA IFORlHA BREWERY
LiGER BEER ALE ind PORTER
UIiolr alean < t RMnll
ie SD socrn inctr THKzr COOES
McanPowderCo i KAVT nn MA
OF CALIFORNIA
JOHN WILLIAM SNELL AGENT
No I Dy1Iamt 1
Sit01 > ud for Circalar
00 I
st t yrrsrti Pnoes
J oJ J
CHICAGO SCALE CO AGQtCY
Alt XIXDI Or cuESS KZ
Salt and Blueing Depot
BIDLDllG ROCK DELl > EHKD
ill KINDS OF PAY WillED I
kjr In Od r PosU Foleo smd
Wood by rCa rlx > l Elc
Dnasp Cit WgOD Two UUlt One
> tone rnrrs JJ9 One Iron Eorrs J = n
Lrfck Press IS lIwl1u Ha
IDAHO STORE BSJi
DEUTAKKK3
M as r vni i s n 3n x > 3aoa
JOSEPH ETAYLOR
Pioneer Undertaker of Utah
X rd Dtala A all1Dc1a r
fetUk Wood and Cloth Corered
COFFINS and CASKETS
ruiiiia > orcoinvrcuMsn as
krpt ron juill7 an bmad
Trbeal Id Telt f Orden 1IOalPU
IIo < bee re ID th1r alura1 cou
tlOD thoDt eun chac
O D AND NIGHT
factory and WamoDffisl su s
Ca ODd a 111 > 110 rt ot TbtnI
TJLU 00 0
OCTf h n
un
JOS WILLIAK TAYLOR
UTAH a LXADLNG
UNDERTAKER EMBALMER
I CAnT THE UKGZT 1XD XUIT COil
run ITOCK or
COFFINS CASKETS
And Undrrtiker Good In Vlih
WHOLZIAU iTD KZTatl iT
Immemtb lliOLCED JKJdtS
Lower than were erer offered In Utah
LOTS UO GHins fnnUheitln b anrPemf
11 Ord Glltd < hl r Dlcbt in the
hrtt Ibl Um
omcx a < n > VAErnoovs MTE CLOUt
21 and 23 VEST TEMPLE STREET
po Cox to Tzurno iii
ESTRAY NOTICE
T IUVE is an rosiii IOX
e > ne JeireTllrlrKir jcjmoM
no branda or nJtlt ruiMc
One Jeney e LT nloot 6 months old no
brand or mark TiIMe
It the above described animala are not
claimed and taken TaT on or before De
cember UthIS > 9 they vUl be fOld nl publlr
action at the CUT Ennr IounJ waih
Inton Square to tte bt qh1t repontble
udder at 21 m
31 SIIEUKCDLNn
eitr loon < lteerer
Sail lake Cilr NoiemberU
ESTRAY NOTICE
r IITE IN JIa IOi > ESalO >
IIJtE
One fraj COLTal al S jcars oMtrin < le < I
TVV on nLt tl h
n bnleth f o I I rr r OD
11 tbe boTe dren1 aDII e t
< bllant ttD J 0 or belorc IICeau
J arfbt rlbe
rT
it the utyrnray louml l
Inzton iuare to ILC ltgneftt rpoDble
Under atI I m 1
r nlxr
Ilty 1uDdt < elr
Soli Iilelitr Nor oItJ
p
J AI uESE llAZll
JLST ARRU EiJ EWSriLESOr
Iddio Silk HanJLerchief all kin li
of Chinese and Japanese Creim and MIX 1
Ilrets Good > irepe and Silk shawls I all
It La < 11 Silt aDd F mbroidere I Wrap
m k and SlUn
at cOf ind lla kic is of
FaD Ctue
II 1101
2t 3 Mln street
M Lbranckitorr
c i
LbB i
SIIIZtI i t
LLa f
c 1 < J
Ii 8 g
ImHI
e c
Vp 3
REMOVED I
J KESO TIlE IIE 1ISr
Wto UIal
hmJ t
llA5 m3loED 10
THE SCOTHDE8Bl H BDllDlNS Ml o
wnrnt n OCCCTIES
Front Room 12 and 3 First Floor
ka At the Clerator Bor to tale TOO
to tna ncfr rvooti dtf
PHILIP SPRY
HERCHANT TAILOR
Has Jasl Eecelied a 5c r STOCK ot
ENGLISH GOODS
For FALL and WINTER
YERY CHEAP CALL AiD SEE
AtZZic South Tempe St
rEHtECT FIT GUAUiYTEEI
BVIIe Is also antaonsed br the IK U
O railor to pay and collect all dtu ot
the taxi Uorpor tk > iL
CHEAP COAL
Rock Springs S550
Pleasant Valley 525
Weber 525
Bed Canyon 450
Rock Springs Hut 450
Mine Slack 350
Delivered to Any Put of the City
j c H WATSON
TVItjhone J o 10 H9SMalubL
iU WEIIJJJi
PURE
W FJ
rnJE m OO
lID ljJKmm1W IIDnll
ljJKmm1p W WlIDmI
IfWIID billlRlA
r Csr MAD
ERFECT flJIUPAJ FRUIT FUYJRS
Ute bT he U 1t1 Statu GOTtD IDOO by the bu < t of tho t UDI
an I raUw Ton naly U lb < = tn > iiEwt Inr t and motl Healthful 11
ol do 1faaI
C Trara Iukiorlo ilcriW lco Um mtnoaU Lime or Alam Dr like
Dtli Ion s ITatonni fjlract V anllu Lctron Urtae VlmonJ Ro9 ti da no cot
WD PoLOOuoua 011 or Cbmlola
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO Now York Chlcaeo St Louis
dl r
= c
LION COFFEE MERCHANTS
f n rJ
is election of I rBfl
IbI UI
lochaJav3and 1
Rio proper B in
tended and II b 5
onceded male by all U
f2Ii
nicest cup of
Cofla In the TIQlF I I
land A Beauti t
ful Picture Card il You want this
A TRUS COM81UA7 ON Coffee Cabinet
In rvery For Pack Sato OF rllOCHA JAVA RIO Its tho host fix
age ture you over put
everhereAk
everywhere into your store
TvOOLSOlT 5PIC3 CO
your Grocer for Holds I2O Ono
KAKSAS CITY MO TOLEDO O lb packages
W OriMOX OF AS KXPKItTJ
Ifh
11
Z In Itrj III Wb Tracker if DoHtV
J1 tniaaj at SUIt I Miff at l na
Mj dcilticnta 3 < gmcDt li thiltJieotea
iff of tboIMngcit complied with olhtn u
N cot only moto JuIIJhteID eierrpatt
front M well oj rear but u emit ct
Its superior r th food r
A I therein Is be te cooled whl reulnlny a
1 rSJtor nd a larger proportion ot
i In bntJDru hire foand alto that the
1111llm ill t I In th Range for a
Circa a C work 1s mnch lets than
o
aay othe
CStlSIOK IU1urA3TUriH3 CC OTLCU3 VICS 11ART B WKLCn
FOR SALE BY
Z C M I Solo Agents in Salt Lalco City
SPTEASDEL
WTCLr SELL
Mens Good Suits 500
Childrens Suits 250
Mens Solid 8toga Boots 250
Mens Shoes 150
Boys Boots 200
Boys Shoes 150
Mans Hats a 50
Blankets 150
FULL LINE OF
UNDERWEAR GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
AT BED ROCK PRICES
Dress Goods at 5 cts a Yard
A MOST EXCELLENT STOCK OF
LADIESDRESS GOODS
NEWEST STYLES AND PATTERNS
iT S P TEASDELS
FOUR STORES
IIF ATTEND
R K THOMAS
n
REMOVAL SALE
illJ
O < SLAUGHTERING
motJl ngl ar ts moaks
R K THOMAS

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