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TRUTH AND LIBERTY
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NO 16 r TUESDAY EVENING DECEMBER 10 1889 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TEMIITOKY VOL XXII I II
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Ban C of Salt Lake
EKIRAL AIN BUSINSS
TfoAl ACTED
JcUtt Asrciwtc SoSciled
Jnterctt Pnid on Time Depo
Eid nge Bought and Sold
HOHSY LEW on REAL ESTATE
sa no ro FIVI TII TO < 2
BENiAiL13
SALT LIKE CITr TTTin
Prld Up CapItal S25000
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DIRECTORS
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SALT LICE CITY
CAPITAL J200000
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49 E FIRST SOUTH ST
I nil Completion of oar Rank HoUdio
General Banking Business
6 per conk Interest Paid on
Savings Deposits
Tcrtlcn and DomcMlo Eictnute
Telegraph Tranrfcra
Ixttm of Credit
Collnlions Made and Promptl nemlttcd
Ix > ani > on Real Etale Long and Shop
Toe Ilrge or Email AmocnU
A 1L HIIKIT J Eo CCVCAS
GEO DUNCAN SONS
UACFicruKEu or
risE rnTRTAI avd COLORED
Glass Table Ware
Ilnr flood Jan ZJtmp Toe
Irth P PITTSBURGH PA
Tee Sole tij z CH 1 aid draleii
ceranl d
FIAZAHD POWDER
9Irr 03 Il i < SI Xcr York
nnUr on hand a complete flock or 11 > 1
Kell liown and uiUr celebrated
TunpoVder I
11lIn Iioeky cln Fair
Lnu DnIICrle
> r oiealwholeoteaod retail by all ho
p = Ion In the Territory and by
OLjpoe only by1 T SJLKDEK3 A CO
Aicnu falt lit City
CHICHCSTERS ENGLISH
FEHNYROYAL PILLS
O 00 OONO NO
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PLEASE REMEMBER
That UU Carry a Conpltt
Juer
OISSMS fEllMTED SAM
coxiKTisco ix ran or
Cross Cut Drag One Man Upright
Mill Kind Rip Panel Tenon
Pruning Comptti Butcher
Cock Keyhole Eta alto
Circular both Solid 4 Chisel 4
AND TRIUMPH
Tar rcJlioc Trees with and ut Mllmi al i
MWEtt PRICES TILL ETERs
auo A rcu rrocx or Tiirx
Suened Ralpl Fifes iiwoy Ia kau
Z O 3VT X
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MILL No58NorlhTemplaStE it
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CFTICE 21 South Temple eSt WeiL
BRANDS
HIGH PATENT
BAKERS No I
SUPERFINE WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR
msr mH FRICE PAID rOR WBElT
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UESERET EVENING NEWS
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Deserel SemiWeekly News
PuMutal tKTf Tntttiy BKt rrUrj
One Cbpy cm yr r with trot JIM
OneCojttimantha rllli < < Agc 1TS
Oat Co jr three mouth out po ucv 100
THE DESERET WEEKLY
fulKAct mrf Selurtaf
One Coif wie jear with pot I iM
tine Coi > 7 ii taonthi WIth JQUV 100
3MCoi > jr three monthf Yith poste W
Ppe teot to boabn by mall boo the
500iatiotpe IIf thee Jth Cjoee orPOOllI
n Indicate when tht tut < nptiont will uiP
rot InituKt Jan 5 > ulA 4117 meant thu
John Smith t ratwrirbon 111 einn en the Ith
d rcflh Ith mOb of tblI3taeepNoeeuthre
lUi lies Eahioiben raM ootlct tOt
f cure en their rapt to t 0e that they hate
tioll prercr credit and abo to know when to
tenothdr Lobieripdoo the nit Wrc lo rtop
the preYhen Tb II1lecriptlolluira
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THE DESERET HEWS COMPANY
BUZ Lua Cm CTAH
CHICAGO TKADE
L OLF FG CO
FINE BATHROOM OUTFITS
hiinllnrr Np cli lllr llntti Tub
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Lnirrxlorln trmrr Cloort lillrlirn
Mink LMunUiTTiibii All ot the lateat
deiifna and mod modern iScrlKi
CtItS of rklt an Omfattf rirnddrJ
ta at ilortot < < l
GttctoOt Ornn 93111 Wed Lake ilL
l3Intnr DrrAnorNt a Dearborn Sl
FOCroetre 3ill eit Late 81 aod
CMTDII itoyne Teocca TattOo St
Cbiooo Xii diy
DOWN WITH HIGH PRICES
Att5O0wtttyYfrtIe HOO
t sno Hi Ilatrorm Kettle 1000
A0t211OoTnptiog cy i C30O
A S Ton tt > > n MfAV 40 00
A 84000 Ronil Cnr 1300
A I3oo Ito = y llarun 7SO
A2lulUScooi > AriairorinVc li > 30O
A 11I Knmllr or More Ort 100
inn other artielri nrae rsle Catalogue free
CHICAGO SCALE CO Chicago III
DthM3IB DIERKES
luircricnrEru or I
Chamber Suites tt Bedsteads i
nrncE tijt sivriz SOOHI
ENUE1
597599 BLUE ISLAND AVENUE
01 crazy
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II OJJI cro
XDCE
Thompson Taylor Spice COI
ImKit r > and MinofKtcren tOo
FINEST SPICES
1HP r
FLAVORING EXTRACTS
KKCWN TO THE TRADE
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30 32 34 36 3S 40 So Water SLOG
Std
OG OAGO d
< ti t r HOfg nail i1
POLBrED OR DLtTED
New and Improved Once Finished
reidy for dnrlar Hare bea cold
br Z Jo f1I I 01 oNce It jean T rj
Lee the Oily KAXLa HAD aad
rormntttd to JhO tie h1 or reDo
faction 17H1 hold a hce on begs
than any other
KJIDa IIr THE
Union Horse Hail Co
Chicago Ill
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tT LOUtS TRADE
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MEATS DOmED IS I THEIR 6W8 JDlCES
BT ciwo mm
Wire Gauze Oven Door
FOUXD ZICLCSIVELT 01 TflD
Marvelous Results I
lOSS OF SIIII1AG IX I IEn
TTEBT few people kxowthat the Strial
vz ace of heats routed In a cloie ottn
II from thirty Are to forty per eet All
neat eontalnt on flee per tent of
water and only twenty Cve per cecLof solid
nailer and tho lot that la made tn the
roaitinB Ii made In the eraporatlon of the
lobe which II the TIlt rant or MOaT
JalCtortb KOLID OTEX Door
A Ti round Sirloin medium or well
dOIle1rtIl be DreaD to in ponndi aid
roar ounor Shuttled meal1001l10 a Isis
of three rxmnda and nrelTt
onncet of Isles
While tn V ° Sta Ky poe coot or tOt total
weight U bow
JSHl01 the omoni Loot OF
firrr rzz CKST or ono irK
EalCt onnnE GArzr OTF DOOR
A TSnISn1 Sirloin medium or well
nenna be BZCECZO ta in ponndaamd
r Io onncea of Iloaited meat ihowtcTa
loss of eIght settee of Juice While thIs
lOll la fire per cent ot da total weight l
shows the rerr imafl LOU or BCT IXTKX
rn COOT or jcic
lIIultraledClreular PrIce Uat
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C MISols Agents In Salt Lake City
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1Uncruuu or
IHERED RUBBER STAMPS
cl LL DElClUntO
IS tOZaia St OpIt lsret ome
Salt LzoIaeItyV5li dll
THE CEREMONY
President Harrison Speech at Ihe
Dedication of tilt Chicago
Anilltorlnni
A DISTINGUISHED COMPANY AS
SEMBLED THERE
Another Man Roaolld to Death hI
Electric Mires In
> CTT Tork
FOUNDERloF THE KNIGHTS or
PYTHIA3 DEAD
Itttlriicllronoodt In Arlroa
Au KnjlriuSpj Armlcd
In J1I > U
Sr Telcjratih to thi Sswil
T1tE5 nr TIIIJU j
rrrMilrnt llrrrlxtn nnH 1111
Arrlv nt hlcnso
CHICAGO The 9 President
Harrison < l party arrived litre this
momiug to participate In the tlfdira
Uon of the great Auditorium building
thlsmorninjr They were nittnt the
outskirts of the city by n committee
of prominent ritlmis IieaiieU by
Mayor Crosier and brought to the
union depot They were met there
by a heavy military escort and con
ducted to the residence of Fred W
Peck president of the Auditorium
comiuiny AfterrektlnR the vhltort
IUFI > ected thu Auditorium and thl
afternoon hell a reception at the
Union licaguu CJuln
After leaving JUt e Audllorltlm
building the President wasconducl
ed to the Hoard of Trade where lie
received an ovation from the a Hni
bled > bulls and Utirp
An audience of SOOt i > cOlie and
J1o
an outside assemblage of iwo MVO
totals tonight witnessed the dedica
tion of the largctt nnj grandest
or ratic tructunin the world the
Chicago Auditorium Fully 5000
clectriollights Illuminated the iu
tenor of the colossal structure to the
brichtness of noonday and a tlious
and iticanJesccnt lights of various
colors hung oter the stage Irt a mag
nlflccnt arch The mammoth organ
carved mahogany pillars and hand
romest gilded rows of loin known
to modern decorative art combined
with one of the most distinguUheU
and criticril audiences In America
rendered the occasion one
LONG TO lIe m111I1lRCD
Four years ago Frtd M Pock
ami four other Chicago capitalist
conceived the idea of organizing
themselves into a stock company to
erect a building tj surpass ally
lnt5n
IUnre f
structure of its kind in l the world
The result loan edifice costing S3
OOaOlM which represents a great
triumph of modern architecture and
cklllThe I
The Auditorium building butt
ique in that It Is I the first theatre
ever built with the interior shaped
like a cone The etagu being taken
as the apex the arehrj roof and
diverging walls retrent in a eerie of
constantly incrraslng circles be
hog the acme of arcutic achico
niLnts
A few minutes Jest S p m the
Presidential jatty entered tlie lIOns
ncrvetX for them and as the Mist
audience fully recognized the Chief
Magistrate of the nation the mo
mentary appIaiiFr opened into a
continued ovation The great
organ with it 7Cj plp arid hell
bitallied lorlh in accnniranlnicnt
with the orchestra the triumphal
fmitnsia conuwfed for the occasion
AXIOM T IKI < ITATjS
present were President Harrison
vice Pmitlrnt Moitun Private
Secretary Hnlfcrd First Assistant
Podmarter General Halton and
wifr General R A Algtrand wife
Judge Graham and wife Governor
Filer and wife of IHinoi General
Georgu Crook and wife Governor
Merriam and wife of Minnesota
Governor LarraMo and wife of
Iowa Governor Herd of Wis
consin and Mayor Cregier
In appropriate language Mayor
Cregier welcomed the guests of the
evening and made courteous allu
sion to the President the Gover
nors of tilt surrounding States and
oftlcers of the Canadian provinces
present The audience responded
fc th LCrettt
with rounds of applause in con
cluding the Mayor invited the
guests to another occasion of even
greater importance which would be
at era In Chicagos hitory three
ycare hence the Worlds Fair of
1602 The Mayors happy allusion
wag heartily cheered
In response to loud cries the
resident of the Auditorium Asso
ciation spoke brieliy saying the
ufroI
ior
rlll71
resent occasion marked the proud
cot moment of his life lie divided I
the honors of the octasionhowcver
with his associates manager Adams
and the architect to whose genius
the edifice would he said be a last
ing monument He concluded bv
saying Indies and 1 gentlemen I
have the ditinguishcd honor of in
troducing to you the President of
the United l States and after the
applause had Fomenhat sulisidcd
President Harrison advanced slow
ly to the front and bowing lo the
great assemblage
r
kU
Ladies and gentlemen All of
my newspaper friend R have been
puzzling tnemsclvn in order to dis
cover the reason why I hail left
Washington lobe present hen to
night I do not think I need in
view of the magnificent spectacle
presented to us here tonight
frl
state the motives which have im
pelled J my presence Surely no
loyal citizen r Chicago who sits
here tonight under tills witdiiogand
magnificent scene will ask for any
other reason than that which Is here
presented Applause I do most
heartily congratulate you upon the
completion and inauguration of tills
magnificent building without
equal in this country and eo far as
I know without an equal In the
world Applause We have here
about tonight 1x this magnificent
architecture in this tasteful I decora
tion that which is an education
and inspiration Applause It
might well tcnpt one whose sur
roundings were much further re
moved from this scene than is the
capitol city to make a longer Jour
ney than I have done to stand for
an hour In view of such spectacle
of magnificence and grandeur and
ARCJlJTJXILRAL TRIUIIJ1
as this And It that be true surely
there is leason enough why the
President may turn aside fora little
while from public duty to mingle
with citizens ClldrlUngnncent
so high and so worthy of commem
oration as this triumph tonight
Prolonged applause Xo speech
certainly not the careless
words of an extemporaneous
speech can adequately express
all the sentiment I feel in con
templating the finil culmination
of this deed Applause Only
the voice of the immortal singcrcan
bring in these arches those echoes
which will tell us the true secret
and architectural triumphs of their
construction Applause You 111
permit me to thank the nuvor to
thauk the president dntY t sank
all those good citizens wIth whom I
today have been brought In ixrsonil
contact for that kiiidueta and repect l
with which you and they have re
reived me and you will permit mi
lo thank my fellowcitizens for tin
cordiality which you have klndli
displayed hero tonight It is my
wish and may It both wl h of oil
that this building may continue to
be all that its projectors Intended
that should tOalt cdificeopenlns
IU doors from night to night calling
lH
forthei oplotohioaway from the
cares of business to those enjoyments
and pursuits and entertainments
which develop the hearts of men
IOrt
b Ih
Applause It Is nn hour inspire
those whose minds are heavy with
dally l trial and In this magnificent
enchanted presence to lift them fir
the time out of the dull things into
thor higher tilings where men
should live Applaud
A cantata composed for tho occa
slon was sung by n chorus of fiat
voices after which Hon John 2i
Runnel of Chicago delivered an
address
JfADAJrE PATTI 1STHODUCED
Then Madame Pattl escorted by
Manager Adam appeared and
was received with tremendous ap
plause In toncsthat had lest DP
of their sweetness and power the
worldfamed enntatrlce itnng the
amlllar melody llome Stet
Home The expected encore fol
lowed l and Patti revpondeJ with
the Hunters Chorus which af
forded wonderful evidence of thu
power nnd flexibility of her marvel
ous voice Repeated attempts were
made to elicit another song but she
responded by a smiling bow of ac
knowledgment and retired
Two selections were rendered by
the AK > llo Club and a concert by
the organ and orchestra after which
Governor Fifer of Illinois deli
tred dedicatory address
Tim exerelsts of tho evening
closed with Hallelujah by the
Apollo Club joined in J the au
dicucDi
AS ACCIDENT IHEVKflED
A few cool men tonight prevent
ed an accident that might have
turned the great Auditorium festi
val Into mourning While Vice
President Moron a liboit to
alight at the stage entrance the
horses took frightnnd jumixxl badly
alwiit Few il people were in the en
closure but these roved equal to
the emergency and grasped the
bridles of the liorte while ho Vicv
President and party alighted
TJiose teetty ttlrrs A lo
x gw YOKIC Uec 0Paul CLot
son a Dane employed as Ihlcman
today ascended the pole at the cor
ner Third Avenue and One Hun
dred and Fiftysixth Street Shortly
after some children playing near by
heard a hissing noise and looking
up they caw the lineman lying
across two electric light wireswhlle
a bluish light bot trim the right
hand and head The jiolico were
summoned and Thomas Smith
driver of au express wagon volun
teered tj go for assistance The
body was lassoed but the rope W
old mil i broke A pecond rope
was got around the body It lOp
efforts failed to break CIaucn hold
of the w Ires When pulling on the
role Smith Uuched Clausens body
and received a shock that knocked
him senseless He was taken to a
liquor store t and revived by stimulants
11 Ih tt
lants Finally a hatchet was
recured and the wIre severed thus
breaking theconurctlon Clauena
body was then lowered to the street
Ho was dead and the body studied
of Imrnlng fleth Clausens body
was taker to his home where lib
wife who i about to liecomo a
mother was almost frantic at the
sight presented
T1c 1111 Foudrr 01
CINCINNATI Dec 9Colonel J
II I Itathbonr founder the Onler
of Knights of iithias who ha
been hyittg l ill for mvertil week at
Lima O died i ret hits ttflerncin
INDIANAPOLIS IXc 9Upon I >
Ingapprl of the death of JustIce
Rithbonc General Carnahan Is
sued orders that the onr and Sir
Knights Uniform RinK K of I
will wear a Ijadgo of mourning for
sixty days and divisions drape their
halls fur a like period
An JnEI Spy
Sr PimaJscuiio D ITIm
Acirrc Yrcmya states that an Eng
lihman was arrested at Scbaslopol
while engaged in making sketches
of the liatterleD and forts at that
place Compromising documents
were found in his possession
riaoanln ArUano
PKESCOTT flee DThe greatest
storm ever known in this section
an extensive rain fell for five days
being 476 inches A bridge acro
the Verde liver on the Prescott
Arizona Central Ilaiiroad went
down yesterday Ith apr ° engertran
win crossing I The engine and
one car went into the river At
noon the third dam and ditch of
the Ebb Mining Company washed
away and the foundation of the
mill is badly damaged IA1 SO
000 A number of head of stock are
also reported drowned in the Verde
Valley
nonh Oi Eels
TACOJIA Wash Dee 9 The
family of Mr Ioyle comprising
mother three children and a hired
girl were all dangerously oisoned
by eating rough on rats which
had become mixed with tIm flour
from which their bread was made
Had it not been for prompt medical
tn I Otf i
assistance the results might l have
proved fatal
deIraioTllullotpo
DENVER Dec 0A > special I from
Holyokc Colorado 8YS A masked
mob of seven White Caps last
ID
night took J D Bennett and W D
Kelvey two prominent attorneys
from their beds and not allowing
them to dress drove them two miles
into the country where they ad
ministered the most brutal horsewhipping
whipping and warned them to leave
the country The perpetrators of
the outrage then left the men and
returned to town Bennett and
Kelsey alter several hour readied
their homes and today n in a
critical condition I is I thought
the White Caps are known and
will be rT trouble has
grown out of the county scat war
and if the guilty parties are secured
sensational results aro anticipated
The Consf uenees
MunniEEsnono Tenn D 9
Edwin Fleche a prominent
young citizen was shot and kilted
this morning by Frank BSeph a
young attorney Fletcher and I
companion called on Selph to de
mand a retraction of a newspaper
I
article In the e tw which
followed Selph was knocked down
and beaten anJ while prostrate
drew a revolver and fired
Oil 10 tri > t > incion I
PIIUIHE S D Dec 9Five of
the big chiefs from Cheyenne I
Agency start for Washington to
morrow to confer with the President
about the opening of the Sioux I
reservation They intend to ask
the President neTer to take land
from them again and to leave them
and their families In peaceful pos
session of their great hunting
grounds I Is alro learned that
several tribes will appeal to the
President to allow them one dele
gate one of their lot orators to be
at Congress during the sessions
hereafter so he can explain the
neulsand position blp people t In
cases them where legislation will aflVcl I
1
onn7H AnaCun
ill Kprrrb lo the Cronln Jnry
The Trunk Mystery
CHICAGO Dl 9 Forrest re
sumed his argument in bhalt or tin
defense In this Cronln case this
morning Ho first dwelt on the
danger relying Implicitly on clr
cunutantial evidence lie then
took up the quarrel between the
Crollin and antiCronln factions of
the ClannaOacl and claimed I
was Irish hate which furnished its
remarkable evidence against thin
agmt
irisouera
Forrest said the Jury would be
forced under Fosters argument to
acquit Uegg The acquittal of
Heggs was equivalent t saying
hero was no conspiracy in Camp
20 In there being no conspiracy
the caseof coursofalls to theground
and the acquittal of tho other de
fendants follow as a natural se
quence Forrest admitted there
was I curious combination of cir
cumstances against his clients and
howed how it was to the financial
interest of some of ito principal
witnesses of thu State Dlnnn and
Carbon to show I was the white
horse that took CronIn away
and that I was in the Carl
son cottage he was killed Both
are making money fit In conse
quence Forrest bitterly scored the
witnesses for the prosecution of all
who are connected with the Clan
naGael Hu proceeded with much
sarcasm to analyze the testimony of
various uitnc < scs for the State
claiming they all testified as if
trained to bolster up a desperate case
They all had remarkable memories
and some of them remarkable l
Ight being able to sec in the dark
ness better lion in daylight The I
trouble with this evidence was it
was too circumstantial and its de
tails fitted together 10 closely to be l
In accordance with tho nature of I
thing There was no evidence he
said that tho blow on Cronlnn head
caused hla death The kul wp no
where fractured
Forrest will probably occupy all
of tomorrow session
The Milwaukee bloody trunk
mystery was exploded this after
noon when a hotel jwrter called on
the 1 chief of police and proved the
projierty washis He had gone to
Milwaukee last May to look for
work BeIng unsuccessful he
found it convenient to jump his
board LU leaving his trunk Uhlnd
The tolice are satisfied of the truth
of his btorr
I rsfl TIII onsrm irs
Crodo or OistlrArrInC I Sew
Orleans
NEW OKIKANS De 9Tli
city is filling with strangers Hit
morning trains bringing in veteran
from most of the tioutlitrn States
Die display during the olfccqulcs
will be thin most imrirelcp ol ever seen
in the South Military compcntej
from Mississippi Alabama Tennes
see and Georgia will bo represented
The guard are still on duty nt the
City Hall By sclwl count l0
persons viewed the body bftiTrcn
band II this morning Fully W
000 persons viewed the remains
Sunday The work of decorating
private aud public buildings goes
on By Wednesday almost thcentlre
city will b in mourning dress 1
placet of amusement litnino
lioueus nnd batik will ho 1 clo el
Wednesday Tin funci l will take
place at noon Every organization
in the city will ittrtfcipntc Hi
arranged to Like place from the lal
cony of the municipal building I so
the entire public may wittier the
ceremony runt Lafayette Square
There was no diminution today
In the crowds which viewed the
body of Jeir Divis lylm in Mate at
the ely hall Many private dwel
lings are draped in mourning
City officials say that umlcr thus
jiecullar circumstances of the can
Secretary Prot lors reply to Mayor
Shakespeares dfepntdt I officIally
announcing the dentil of I > nvl = wax
very graceful and written in a
kindly spIrit
The Iiiyunc commenting on
the failure of Secretary Proctor to
take official notice of the death of
Davi says We are strongly le 110 I
the conclusion that the Secretary of
War so fur from intending a
wrong developed whittle be
lieved and what we believe was a
wise and conservative course in the
premise
ALI CONFEDERATE VETERANS
are very much pleased 1 with the fraternal
ternal spirit which characterized
the remarks of Captain Jacob Gray
of thin Grand Army of the Republic
made before the executive commit
tee Siturday On that occasion he
stated he would Ice l proud as a sol
dier of the United States to honor
the memory of tho illustrious In
triot soldier antI statesman of the
South He could not forget that
JcIT Davis had been a soldier of the
United States who hal rendered
distinguished services or fall to
recognize that he was a great and
pure man Jefferson Davis should
pre gallant soldier bo given a sol
diers burial wilh every show of the
profoundest esteem and love of hic
people 1 I I Is I agreed contin
ued Captain Gray that tho body
of the dead chieftain shall h borne
Into lie cemetery upon the shoulders
of old I veterans JA a representa
tive of the Grand Anny of the Re
public shall certainly demind to
have the right t assist In the jr
formance of that sad and honorable
UI It Is learned that all army ofilcers
while they cannot take ofilclal ac
tion In regard i lie death Jeffer
son lal have great respect for i
him as a soldier and statesman and
funeral
will attend the
wi
n DAVIS HKFTSES
The committee on raiting a fund
appointed by the governor met to
night and Associate Justice 1 n
at whoe residence Davis dledstated
for Mrs Davis that she would refuse
accept any donation but had no
objection to tho completion of the
capital stock of the Davis Land
Company of Jackson MIsa The
bier was organized with a view to
raising 100000 to purchase some
COOO acres of land in Arkansas owned
by Mr Davis
At a meeting of the committee In
charge of the funeral the following
telegram was read
readPrrrsnELD Mats
Commander G A R Vw OHaua
Participate with others in the funeral
of the great chief Your record of the
field will stnndit mw and Urns will
applaud I hereafter
elplnd
MowiislScnEFr
Member l A It
The Cbtrvkte OiiltI
ito i
KANSAS CITY Dec 9A special
to Journal from Talequah IT I
sayc commission appointed to
confer with the Indian commission I
sent I communication to the latter I
today Informing them that they are I
ready to treat with the government
for the Cherokee Outlet The In
dians requested a conference bo held
1
t
under the first section of the act
under which the government com
mission was appointed and which
empowers them to buy the Outlet at
a figure not higher than 3 per acre
If the commission I see fit ioa ne
gotiate on tliat basis the communi
cation raid that the Indians request
ed the commission to inform Con
gress the laud could L had for 3
per acre
rurrhump arMIirr
WASIIIXOTON Dec 7 The I
Treasury Department today pur
chased rlOu1 notices of silver for I
the Philadelphia Iqt
t OJ WtNiiiSGTON
The George Wsatuington denIm
nlnl frlrbmllon
WASHINGTON Dec 9 Wednes
t day at the capital will be dcvotetl to
I a programme of exercise comme
t morative of tho centennial celebra
tion of the inauguration of George
Washington iho Senate and
House will assemble together In the
House Chamber and there will he
music prayer by the chaplIn of thin
senate an address by Chief Justice
Puller anil benedIction by thu chap
lain of the House These exercises
are to bo attended by the President
and Cabinet Supreme Court dele
gates to the PanAmerican deeII
rcxi and other official
I Is not expected any business of
importance will bo completed In hoc
Senato this wevk Kill will b
ntroduccd and referred and somo
committees will begin their regular
rork
wor
Tomorrow the Republican Caucus
ommitteo on committees will
mlt and they expect 1 conclude
he work of rearranging at that MK
slen so as to report to the caucus
uctday
Action will probably be taken
kb
upon the nominations sent in by
he President last week There are
333 all recess ap4 > lntment0 ex
cept that of Judge Itrewer
Tlie question as to the sergeant
tarms being a government agent
ran Individual agent of tho memo
bets perplexes committee greatly
account of tho complications to
which the adoption of either view
would lead
wouhll <
More Ucrrpllon
LONDON Dec ITIle report Uiat
a breach had occurred in the relation
Our
omit of the AngloAmerican Tele
graph Company line direct United
States cable company and the
Western Union Telegraph Com
pany Is authoritatively denied
Fiery IKblr
PAIIIB Dee 9There was a fiery
debate la the Chamber of Deputies
today over the motion of Dcltouicde
that the Chamber declare void the
election of Iloulanger Deputy Iii
stint was repeatedly called I to order
Partisan of Iloulanger were more
tlian usually violent and 1 oppo
nents aroused the ivisslon 1 I of PI his
iartisans lt > its limit by their con
temptuous reference The
Jrtrl propo
sition WAS rejected
The storm and hubbub product1
in the Chamber by the shouts of
lie JloulangkU almost amounted to
n riot President Floquet ordered
the galleries to be cleared and the
House dispcnfd amid tremenJoiis
arrested confualon Several citizens were
Unarnitllnv Mntlvn Ml bin 1ran
Quarnnln nlon
rlnco
WAIIIINOTON flee i 0 Advertisements
AIUT 9Atnr
tisements for proposals for the erec
tion of a quarantine station nt Ban
Fmnelsco Tr been isucd from the
Treasury Detriment Tin last
Congress appropriated SlOuOOO for
thepurpofe
IynrmI
GuKflflRlrVKO Ky the 9Jack
Turner who Irtt Welnemlay killed
Motley William a son of Hon N
Williams was shell from the jail nt
an early hour this morning by n
mob and hnn ul
Peculiar
In many Important rcpcrle Hoods Sam
rarilU 11 rent from and superior to
clbrr rcrdidnf
Tecullar In comMutlon proportion gIrl
rrepantlon of ta redlrnt Hood f < ma
parllia oeseooee the full curaiite cute ol
the best knonn ttjrUWe remedle
FtcolUr In Us medicinal nxiil wee
dcrtal turn are accomplished by
Hoods Sarsaparilla
rrrullar In I the rocWfnce gilns among
all clave one bottle alwaji telh another
Fecnllar In Ito M cood name atliome
there Is l more ef Hoods Samparllla sold
In I Lowell hue It l < made than ol all
other nanararlllai or blood rnrlBf
Peculiar In tIe rbenotneoal tales abroad
BO other preparation too eier attained
nod popularity in I so 5hort liar Itrealiy
Is a Peculiar Medicine
Peculiar In strength and cconomj
Itoods Earuparilla Ii the only medicine
cf which can truly be ald iMdows one
dollar Medicines la larger and cmaCer
bottles requlra larger doses and do not
produce as good results as
Hoods Sarsaparllla
Foldfcydnustiti SliUforX rrr rt4bj
C L HOOD ApothecarlclLowta
coo Doses Ono Dollar
VulcanPowderCo
OF CALIFORNIA
JOHN WILLIAM SHELL AGENT
No I tliaolM
JoI ° M Ef1l for Otmlu
So1
S2 M t 8inr A PetreL
NoO M J
CHICAGO SCALE CO AGENCY
all uiraior iCaLZSz ML
Salt and s Blueing Depot
3UILDIIG BOCK fSSKSKS
ILL IU5DS OF PAY WAiTED I
BeiC h ted P roam Pole aid
ieasl by Car Ito Ee
I
Dump Cart Wiron Two Uilli One I
Stone Born J 3 On Iron BUtt J 303
Crick rreii PI hal OWl H I
i
IDAHO STORE S5
BR4JFBOBRB
PILLS
Those PILLS act with groat
mildness and may betaken
it any time with benefit
They Curo all forms of
Malarial Diseases and Fevers
and should bo used to eUmu
lato the Llvor and Kidneys to
healthy action They are
Invaluable for Headacho Bil
iousness and Bowel Com
plaints
W by Ei J DrugghMS clsptrBu
GRAEFENBERG
cnllnRE S P LUrE I
Bait Xrdlcia for Chlldreqa M ctv
per Eottlt
GRAEFENBERG
I
ill Chambers St NY
UNDKRTAKKKS
JI JTADxZRJICI1C 1nun
JOSEPH ETAYLOR
Fioaser nuttier of Ulah
ilanvtaetirrrand Deal r m al lnd at
aetalllf Wool I Mil Cloth CoTfre
COFFINS and CASKETS
Full Itne orCOrrIFVIteIslItXGM
kept roAnllrn noL
TI ben nS TeIph Ordeei Imrth
teL
OoOe Preerrel is I Uteir Irstoest CoedS
tulo wIthout rotten chorpo
OvcN > t2I D NIOHT
Factory and Warerooms J o South 253 St Eat
0114 kpd a tnlr Mivts tjt nt Thciu
TrLlPllixt Mi 7HL
ctrXrsSra CUIlnl umblllhUn
JOS WILLIAM TAYLOR
UTHI UAnLI1
UNDERTAKER EHBALHfiR
ft
I < AUT Tn LIOT u COJII
ru r JI or
COFFINS CASKETS
And Undrrhkera GceI Uhl
uoUtULJ UII nalLAT
1nsmresaFi JImCn rJIfiv
ttrore thsn err eerro Trewl I Utah
ten poises fnrOhrelIno CoRe
LOTS AND milS tery lotS Cty
511 ttedrr fIled d3r e r night to IS
bore poaItete Um
crncz an > WIKIRIHJVI nirss CICIEU
21 and 23 WEST TEMPLE STREET
PO Hoi 9M TxurnoKa 31
UENUY AGNI J
SALT UK ctTr
CALIFORNIA BREWERY
LAGER BEER ALE and PORTER
nboliitr iril nrlrxll
ttxixo fori tinTir TIBKE rooz
1 nm r
A FISHER BREWING CO
T CL D OIIron
NIT lAUE ITT LTlll
Telepbont to lrevrrT or rouoze
bye ire now Preroert to Promptly iopplr
hePoblic toll t00 and lIonaD ttsss
of a Urenor gllaIy al 1Dlatar rnoc
lTr Iirtrrlm H r < tr TtlrphonrlD
AJPiSHER BREWING CO
CHEAP HOMES
IN UEXIOO
TjlOR VEST USSjnMlLK Lfm
Ealb AlrUalt3r l Hi UriiOf B
Vcnhtrn CblfiuakM n a r Colour DbL
for Wl r > rUcal ri ayply la Unstn
Nrws Ce pr W Derby Jehavm Jr
crny lib C02 0030300 ChiLonOoa
llcilto liwtf
WI
PHILIP SPRY
MERCHANT TAILOR
lbs Jail BertiTtd a MT STOCK or
ENGLISH GOODS
For FALL and WINTER
VERY CHEAP CALL AHD SEE
At H u South Temple St
1KUFECT FIT lilUUAXTEEDI I
Ito is sIo aotborioe1 by the late U
I odor to 100 sod rolled all dU of
the > aid Corrorttloa
CC
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CHEAP COAL
Rock Springs S550
Pleasant Valley 525
Weber 525
Red Canyon 450
Rock Springs Nat 450
Mine Slack 350
DelliereHo Any Pail cf the City
J G II WATSON
Telephone No 10 119 S Milo SL
JOINT CITY HALL AND
COUNTY COURT HOUSE
Premiums of 350 Offered for Plans
mtt cmr COUNCIL or SALT LAKE
THE fm the Conn IT Court of MU I ale
CeuctT Utin Temtorr will yj preminmi
aafoUowi
For the beit Plan of JMQt City and
Coantr Onldlgr ro 01 >
For the lecoud belt pIle 100 U
The relaUye menu of the plan icbmtted U
be determined by the Joint eommrue ap
pointed by laid city eonscll and rocntj
court Sd buUdluJ lito Le located on ht
roeeer of nl South and fret Ean
p10300 h Salt Lake CtlV lUbfU
north 13 feet aDd west va ttn to be ere
itoriea aad baf ement ontO neresiarr ole
TaunTantta and modern Improvement
loeottnot eiuedm S1WCCO plots to be
delrrered to lleber WeiU Cnjr neeerdtr
Citr Hall so or before lionla r December
M 1SS3 at 10 Jber For farther information
app7 IBrorderof to either the of thetinderfim IIEIIKCM loilteommittee 1VKIU d
CitT coNer
lOllS a CUILKIt
Conntr Clerk
5LTJOOZ crrr UTAH loTl rx
LION COFFEE fD n n IJq MERCHANTS
011 flJ
13 selection of J c
MochaJava I IP d U
blended Rio proper and illi t l IOc g t
conceded by all 1 e I l
to make the I r
nicti cup of r
CciUe In the 0 IF E
land A Beauti 1 L r
ful Picture You want this
jCoffeo I
In Pac A TflU COMDINATION i Coffelt Cablnot i
pvery Its tho boat fix I
acc Tor Sal OF MOCHA JAVA RIO
Alk tureyouovorput
e erywhorsA
I
Into jiur store
your Grocer fer WOOLSON SPIC CO Holds ISO One I
II KANSAS CITY MO TOLEDO lb packages
I
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MOUNTAINEER i
1
OVERALL
IT IS THE BEST
h tt t
Early Breakfast
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FOR COAL OR WOOD I
AJiote cut r prej nts our KA15IT UllElKFAST nIb Six Ilolfs ani I
TurUble Ki > jndc < I Coj psr Ir crToIr
Heavier than the Heaviest Better than the Best
THE 31 OUT COIIPMTTK STOVE or Tile AGE
rACJT3CKS IX JUtUY KKSPECT
The Utah Stoic a Hardware Co 89 S4I E First South St
ir ATTEND
R Ie THOMAS
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D flsMUV Pi L uATh
rnrrmi fll i n Li i mrniiiiiiiiiiiTnTm i i i i i i r
< < SLAUGHTERING
motIingl Carpets I Cloaks I
R K THOMAS
NEW LUMBER COMPANY
The BIIRPOUARII11R 00
DEALERS IN
I I I I I I I I i Ij U Il I LUlIIIIIIIII I I I I II
L U1VIBER
IIIIIIHIiHmifflTflhiIIIIfIU i I i i
Sash Doors Blinds Moulding Shingles
Lath Pickets Posts Etc
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
cor1H1T FENCE
MaterIal JTurnlslicfl all Short Notice
YARD and FACTORY Co Eighth South and State Road
UP TOWN OFFICE The Hurton Gardner Co BoJIdlaj
SALT LAKE CITY TELEPHONE NO 24

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