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DESERET I EVENING NRVSe
TRUTH AND LIBERTY
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ThURSDAY EVENING DECEMBER 12 1889 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TERRITORY VOL XXIIL I
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Jxlters of Credit
to lections Made Tiomptly Be mJt ed
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Tine Large or Small AmoraL
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LOSS OF o SllllIKA IX 1 1Eu
UT f JiaI knowthot tO SOrtak
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V age of routed In a ciossoea
it from tnlrtr fire to forty per cent All
Beat ronulci fctentrflte per cent of
t PnmIJ
irater and ed twenlydte per MnLof solid
inauer and the loci that It said In the
oaitmrla made In the eraporatlon of the
alee valca U the VITAL PAl or JTe
EOrct of tbe SOLID OVKX Door
A TEl ponnd SirloIn medlnm or veil
lone Kill be BIUCCID om in ponndi and
Tow ounceiof Bouted zn at aowlnr a Ion
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of three ponadi and twelr o once ol Jnlce
While tie lots la 3J per cent of tti total
weight It ihom the enormom Loll or
alnr 1Ja CZTT or m Jmcz
trect orwinc CACZE OVEN noon
A TZX pound Sirloin medium or well
done will be JtEiincxo to au pocndi and
lent onneea ot Roasted meat howlnr a
loss ot eight onnee of lnce tVLQeihU
lOll to lIe per cent of the total wetbt It
show the Terr email LOU or BUI ISTXX
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LCMISols Agents In Salt Lab City
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or ALL DfCRirTiom
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TIlE LAST lUTES
A twlemn SCene at he Obsequies
of lie Late JcfTcrsoii
DatN
AN ORATION BY BISHOP GAL
LAHER
One of the tranJesl Funeral Cor
lego Frer 11 Incited In
> cn Orleans
MEMORIAL SCRVICCSTHROUCH
OUT THE SOUTH
Lxmisw tornraeuioralltc j of the
IiiAusnratloii of Americas
First President
Dr Ititf sh to the NEWCI O
TIlE riMii
The finely of Jrtrerson IlntU I JIM
III ih TeiC
aeir OIIIEOS Dec 11 Hi
unlvinal rwjucst Jell uoll Dais
was given a funeral In full accost
with his rank as a military ofllctr
in addition to which numerous civic
and other organisations ronibluvil to
rcndir the curtrga lodiy in all
niccls mofct Imposing not only
with reference to numbers but in
the pomp Slut drcunitance of its
elaborate haracUr There jinrtlci
patrol In the olxtquics of UIB father
of the Conrsderaty besides veterans
of the lrt Cause who have
once again been called upon to clo c
up their ilctimated nnks man
gallant soldiers Mliou uullluchm
valor lotly was ontfsteil dbplajol fltld 9 on In glory mimircui and
vletorv ID Hin I clew nut 1 cfcttM cc
n
Tho funiral ceremony rasto be
comminced at 11m Iut long
rcious to that time the great
square immtdiatily fronUng the
Cili Hill was choked with an un
wieldy mSS of hutiiamt
According to the progronimt the
Square was to be rnserved exclu ive I
li I for the military Ill the enforce
ment of this Injunction however
lie large lilt bj no means adequate
Tolce force on duty experienced in
lumerable olftcltnnd it was with
tilt greatest Uilficult
TIlE SWAYING JltlTITll
uas kept l > c oud the preserilHil en
vironments L cry available place
from which either an unob > tnieted
or a partial lieu could be had of the
portico of the municipal building
ia croH lIed almost to Miflbcation
During all this time the air wru
laden with lunenl dirges the Mil
emu refjulem of bell > was heard on
every hand and loud and deafening
were theFouud of the minute ttlliS
lint at intervals thundered forth
their ieej > niouUied tribute to the
dead
The body iiolvrilhitaiidmg the
e warm nntl excertiouill op
ire Ie either of the past w eel
was rennrkabli ellpresereJ At
1 ± 1U the casket sync convcitd from
lie memo 11 room to tliu iniro
d1 catafalque in the centre of Uie
portico who e massive plll1S were
entwined w ilh n 11VU lon of crape
Over the casket was thrown the wf
bids of a fcilkcn lljj of the Jot
Catie and ghtteniig faber with
which the dead Mildier had uarved
fame and honor for himself and
glorious victory for his country ou
lie ReLic of Chipiittcpec and Mon
Chellutep mt
terry Immcdiatily Irun lug
hecnlUnuercthccletg and armed
intrltB they being the only per
MEt admitted to n place on the jor
ico during the wrvicts Kehtivcs
of the deceased were assigned to
feats In the Mayors lerlor from the
windows of which they were en
tblcd to itueSs the ceremonj
Till OISIUU
irrctxmducied bv KMiop Gallaher
acistee1 by five olliciatiug clergymen
of various denomination Ihen
wire altogether twenty mrpliced
nmister Unities the attendance of
numbers of tilL clergy of dilferent
denominations from various South
ern btatcs Asurpllced choir of fcl
voice accomtcnled bj an organ
anR the anUicm Through the
Vallej of the Shadow of Death
after which HWiop Gallther made
W g
Sn iddresb He raid in rurt
The end of a long and lofty life
IIan come and a moving volume of
luman history has been elo ed and
clasped The ttrange and sudden
iciiitj of deatli wliirJi his Kin
added to the fine and resolute dig
sIlty of the living man who in his
person and hiitory s mbolied the
ok mn convictions and tragic fail
rts of millions of men canrot jn s
into tile gloom that gathers around
without a token from thesurcharged
hooms of HIOM whom he leaves be
hInd I am not here to stir by 1
breath the emlnrsofettleil strife to
peak one word unworthy of him
mid of the hour or of what is writien
In the worlds memory and tile
xx > ks of God but I am here to say
tor our help and inspiration that
this man as 1 Christian and a
hurchman was 1 lover of all high
anti rightful tilings as a citizen nas
a > ill th9 old faithful tip as
a soldier was marked and tted for
lore than fame The Lord God
laving ft on him the Mai of the
liberty of man gracious and gentle
even to the lowliest nay especially
to them tender as lie was lire he
deserved to w u all the love StInt
followed him
FEARLESS OD uOFJJII
ho could not well escape the lfe long
rouOict which he committed
III c
Greatly andstrangelj misconceived
lIe bore injustice wiUi the calnine
befitting Ills place He ufTered
many and grievous wrong guOtred
the sake others and
io t for ske other Ind those
there will remember his u nil incli
ne fidelity with deepening grati I
ude while the Iotomac seeks the
ht apeake or the Mississippi
weeps bj Ilrierficld on its way to
the Mexican Sea
Following Bishop Gallahcr HeR
Dr Markham read a lestou while
vMortin repeated a psalm the
Rev Dlakewell e vehicles and
lice Thompson the creed and thus
ended the services at the City Hall
which although simple > and brief
were wonderfully e
At the conclusion of the religious
ervices the casket was borne bj a
detachment of soldiers to a hand
tome decorated caisson on which I
was convej ed to the cemetery The
caissonwas covered with a canopy
upported bj bronze cannons and
musket draped with United States
Iag The casket n > ted on a slight
elevation and the caisson W
drawn by fcix black hordes each le
by a soldier in uniform With
marvelous precision the battalions
wheeled into line preceded by a de
achment of city police and fol
cil JIc I
owetl bj the cJergj pill bearers
and fo on until theT mammoth pro
cession formed The precession
after leaving the City Hall pr
cvcded up fcL Charles to Calliope
from Calllojie into Camp thence to
Jhartrcs to St Louis to Royal and
Canal in direct
HOCTE T TIlE CKUnTFJU
The honorary palllearers wire
tIt
ioTornors I lcll of JjonlJnca
xwrie of MiviiKIppI Ituckner of
ifc
entuck > Gordon Citurgla Rich
rdton of South Carolina Fowlu of
North Carolina Ilcmming of Flo
Ida I end Eagle of Arkansas Tie
isllbeatera were General George
V
ft Jones of Iowa Hon ta >
i I enner of JxiuiJam Sawyer Hay
Ward of Mississippi and Hon
Thomas I Watts of Alabama n
member inet of 1resideut Davis Cab
inetThe
The procession was an hour and
ten minutes nattlm a given poiu
o
r
As the grand funiral cortege Ira
creed tha street from tile turret or
every church a knell tolled WillIe
dirges blended with the booming or
minute guns The parts of the city
not directly located on the line of
march were literally I depopulated
li hrl
When tile progreM of the proces
sion finally brought the military l to
tho monument the police and so
ditrs were drawn up in a circle
The caisson was stopped at the foot
of tile monument anl a detail of
honor from Battery B boru the casket
ket up the accent to the foot of tile
Jackson monument beneath wlilcl
It was to 0 placed The VcteraJ
Association chorhlL clergymen
pallbearers clc had already taken
positions and the family and intl
lowed mate friends of the bereaved fol
J15101 7Jl03lN
TIIJS
liSTened tile ceremonies bj reading
he first iiortion of tho Fpiscopal ser
M lpl 1
vice Thin Private Sappington of
Company B Xiuetcenth United
States Infantry sounded taps 01
lie bugle and Bishop Galleher read
ha ecoutl portion the ritual I con
cigningthobedyto the crave An
anthem was sung by the chorister
and Bbhop Thompson recited tile
ho Ixirds Prai er Then tile hi mn
Stock or Agit was rendered and
lie rilifious rites were over anti
I tishop GalLaher ga o the signal for
J cLeL WM 1
le
from the tier nnti HilJier bearing
It on their shoulders irarcheil
around to tin doorway at the back
of the monument 1 lie casket was
laced in the mddlc vault the elali
cn tight dud tile dead j had
found a emporary ntticgplacij > in
the tomb of tin Army of > orthcrn
Vlrgiim An artillery saluto was
fired anti the funeral was over
mMULM SKiums
ATLANTA Gt Dec 11MeIllo
ml CM ices were held today in al
most eVirJ town inGeorgia during
the hour of tile ilttleral of Davis In
Atlanta the eriC were held at
the Slab Capitol which was pro
fuMh draped In nioiiruliis The
iroctvjlon to the capitol to the
mu icof a dirge > was a mile long
the Confederate rtirvivors of the
city leading Over n thousand
fchool ehlldrcu tho military and I
the fire department with ajiparatus
draped in iiioiiruing were in line
Business Vas generally mspended
during morning
WlM llliHTlt VaDcelIhiells
tulletl > starts were closed and bui i
ne s vas sjicuiled during tho
memorial cr l i =
IsciinLno 3 Dec 1
Memorial services were held in all
the KpKcojnl churches or the city
at noon and tho bells tolled
KALllell C Dec 11All
tlie Slate olllcfs were closed and
business suspended during the hour
of the funeral of JetTer > ou Davis
Elaborate ni morial services > were
heldO1StYbStttA
OuitMuiA fv rl Icrl1 The
Iti held memorial nr
lesMaturc today hell memoril Ir
vices in Ilbno of Jclleron Davis
At the saute time mother memorial
service took jlaceal tile City Hall
No such manifestation has occurred
in theSoutlt Ince CalliounNdentil
OIHJIJM Ya Dec 11Itusi
ness was Hipended in Xorfolk
Iortf mouth and mrrounding torn
t Ili l
today and tho pcopo turned out ec
masse to attend the services In
honor of Jellerson Davis
> ASlllIlf Dee 11 Memorial
services In honor Jeflerwn Davis
were held in this city at noon and
in every Ut town Tnn ant hamlet in middle
un
A MONfMKNT TO HIS JlEMOn
XFVV OIL > Dec 11A moss
nietingof confiilerato veterans was
hold tonight ant resolutions adopted
loumiiig the death of Davis and
pledging themselves to provido a
iiud for the Tamil of the dCfc
antI to raise a monument to hL
memory
Mosx OMi3l Ala Dec 1
loutgomei lswlBlled In emblems
of mourning and rorrow Djring
tile hours of the funeral the bells of
tile city were tolled minute guns I
tired from CapItol Hill and nppr
irlato memorial icrviccs held and
largely attended
AtGtsTA Ga De llIlusl
ness was generally susroided t
1 Red the entire eity joincl in
laying tribute to the memory of e
residcnt Davis A military nUt
Ivil procession including several
lunured confederate survivors
oraiJcd to the opera house vhere
oJr
ublic i xrcises were held
IticiiMOMi Va Dec 11Bush
noEs was general suspended today
and stores and dwelling houses
raped In black Among the mot
conspictious places decorated was
tile lilte House home I of r
during the war AH the street car
lInes had their cars draped with
mourning I Memorial services were
iild in several ehurehes and were
weU attended
CIIARLKSTOS W Va D 11
emorial services were held here
to in memory of Jeflerson
Davis
Sr louis Dec 11A large
umber of exConfederates asstm
bled tonight at the rooms of the e
Confederate Historical and Believe
lent AsKocIatlou U > express their
love and res > ect for the memory of
eflerson Davis JlesoluUons of
ympathy and eulogy were adoj ted
declaring among otlii t things that
whelo time history of the Late stnfe is
rual in time light of calm judgment
tilere will be a few names found to
b immortal and among these will
be found the name and memory of
eflerson Davis
CHARLOTTE X C Dec 11
Grtnt meetings ere held today in
memory of Jell DavE Colonel
llliam UohiLton who vras with
Davis here when the latter received
the telegram announcing tile ISKU
uatiou of Lincoln was the speaker
Colonel Johnston raid Davis remarked
marked That is 1 a very cxtraord
illary communicaUon Colonel
ohuston said a gloomy sensation
pervaded the assemblage and there
was no cheering from anybody who
was close enough to him to have
icard the dispatch read Colonel
ohnson made this statement > to con
ndlct the assertion that Davis of
tie crowd expressed exultation at
eaination receiving the news of Lincolns n
Cullnpseil
PiuivDEiriiiADec IIA private
vate dispatch received today asserts
tint the Barb Wire Trust lute col
lapsed There were several points
on which the niatuitacturcrs dls
agreed
ns
omttt In the Stair
AlJ5l > Y > YDec 11 James I
A Gray the oldest pIano maker in
he United States 1 dead
Northern 1nrIDc MrlLr
TACOMA Wash Dec h1TIte
strike on the Canade division of the
Northem Pacific Railroad which
began last Sunday and up to the
present time las been considered a
oral matter threatens to adect tilt
wholo ruad No freight traliulni
orrived or depe front Tacoma or
rattle for three Jay Freight
rafllc iracticall front tole Helena to r < oiim is I I
Tie IMtCtltATKIt
or vrn hlnsloii rlmt Pmfclrnl
ormtmoUle trsersote
WASmnfiTOW Dec ILIn per
pr
suance fl n resolution adopted by
Congress in February 1Io bouts
met in the Hall of Representative
t hold centennial exercises In com
memoration of the inauguration or
the first President I t was liteal1y
a gathering of naUoiis Of the Itga
lions resident in Washington al
were officially represented and
added to these were the delegates
from Central and South America
republics to the PanAmerican Con
gross and the members of the Ma
one Conference There were also
prrttut the governors of twenty
btates drawn hither for a conilta
Lion with regard tomcmorializin
Congress for the erection of 1 con
tcnnia memorial building at Piilla
dclphla Tbcgalleries er packed
Shortly before 1 oclock the House
Representatives notiCed the Senate
r ci
ate Jr was In newton In a few
minute Senate priccded liy the
Pnsldcntand VicoPresidentmem
lI l of the diplomatic cor Band jus
tices of the Supreme Court of the I
United States entered Uie hall of
lie House and wen escorted toccata
in front of the Spcakern desk IIe
PresIdent Morton took the Speakers
clmalr1 andatl oclock called the two
louses to order
oner
J G Butler the Senate chaplain
opened Uie exercises with prayer
Ciilri I jcCTicn FlIttER
of the Supreme Court of the United
States Uien delivered an oration on
he America
progifa merIn Washlng
ton tile orator fold bttl K < come first
In war not so much by hU vlctorits
over thu enemy or by his success in
otwhse ln I I 1llmh nf lit
ronstanoj wlneli no reverse no
nrdship no Incompetemy no
treachery could shako or overcome
He had hmo the first in the
hearts of his countrymen Kcnuo
tile iiooplo comprehendeil tlo great
ne of their leader and recognized
In him the entire absence ofptrona
mbltlon and the absolute love of
couutr > of tildIliEdivOfi and of man
kind He had become first In peace
hy bringing to the charge of tle
iractical working of the system he
ad participated in creating ou be
mlfof the people who > c Independ
uee lie had achieved tho same
erencjudgmeut tile same Fagacit I
lhe faniu intieuce the flU sense of I
duty Uio same farsighted compre
tension of the end t attained
that marked his career from the he
intilng
Jveferrmg to the
HAH OV AKIllTILVn IX1WLR
In resiled to the Presidential elliot
ulkrsaid But no fear no jeal
usy could b entertained of him
who had indIgnantly repelled the
uggistion of a bestowal of kilmgiy l
oner who had unsheathed his
word with reluctance and laid I
down with joy who had nevir
3URlit officIal position batacctrteti
public cfllce as 1 public trust in
deference to so unanimous a tle
nand for his cervices n 10 ionvinre
lint of the ucccstit who patriot
Ism embraced thevvholi count the
future grandeur c whkh his pre
science foresaw
Fuller sjwke of tho PanAmerican
Congress anti the lasting form of
urirovininunt ittt closed l willi a
lil t
rilliant ivruradun retlicung a
grand future for this nation
Rev W H Milliurn the IIiu c
ChaplaIn delivered thelieiiedictlon
anti whilethe Marine Band pbyitl
itrsed atioual air the n assemblage dIn
1ttinlltl
PCUGIIKEFISIF X Y Dee I L
UCY J I Kendrick was found
deal in his bed Iv the side of his
wife at 3 oclock tills morning
eudrick at one time was president
or known Vassar Colle ant was widely
leather Slrlbr
rout I Mass DII1 the
eather works save one nro shut
down ald a dozen euiploers and
500 len are discussing ditrireuces
Tlinl Bank allnrr
AlilmrNE1as DecllA care
ful regarding the failure of
the First Xntional Hank places Us
abilities at 131000 and asset >
mol vvestirn land niortgagi1
210000 > The comptrullir of cur
ency has taken jxtescssloa 1 of the
Cantos Farmers Insunnce Coin
any of wlildt Pni dent Bone
brake of this bank I I also president
twill somewhat alTictitl by the
ill lire
Crml Snonstorni In rrniinj
Couxsu De IIThere is I a
great snow storm throughout central
ermany All the railways in the
BillEt provinces are P ot tructcd
Ulat 1 ell for a time at an cud
The LJrrlrle Sncnr IrmiO
Xrvv YoiucDec 11 William 1
toward is I now serving a years
entinro in Sing Sing for the elec
Irk sugar > fraud originated liy Ir
fesnor Friend Sirs Friend l Emil
howard and George and Orrin Hal r
ttcad pleaded guilty to the same
charge and the district attorney to
d ay asked Recorder Bnith to ills
charge them under a suspension of
ntcnce Tiny hadalready under
gone nine months Imprisonment
advisement The Recorder took tile matter under
For pI Ytnnmir Honor
JACKSONVILLE lla Da 1
This morning Louis Witkerski
Mayor of Stnrke was shot and In
tanUy Killed by A B Thrasher a
lawyer Tile EiirpolUon Ii the
Omans ecu was honor done In define of a I
Ixmilon Inj Belts Dnrhuntv
LONDON Dec Negotiations I
entered upon in tile hope of prevent
nga general strike of Ut gas work
cr5 have failed and a strike is now
mmlncut which may leave all 01
total London darkness that depends upon gas in
An Erabrulrr Mlilnj
BufiliAJHTOs X Y Dec 11
E B Hemingway druggist and
irivate banker at Whitney Point
assigned Monday He has not been
seen since Saturday and It turns out
he is an embezzler to the extent of
73000
J
alfe tile JnckV Hand
ST Louis Dec IlThe Ctpu
tics special from Cheyenne Wyo
says A report comes to the chiseL
that the icople of Big Horn Basin
Johnstown county have broken up
Kettle Jacks gang thieves and
cutthroats by lynching I eleven of
them and driving the remainder of
them out of tho country Kettle
Jack anti companion arrived in
that region about a ycr ag After
being reinforctd by a number of
desperate characters they began to
plunder the settlers A farmer and
his two sons pursued the gang and
made a fight for sonic of their stolen
property hit were shot down The
people living In the ba > ln some 0
in number lived in mortal terror of
llJetlJeJackescl land
Jack made captive of and forcvd
into marriage the daughter of 1
ItaJluS citizen Tile father headed
a rescuing party but the rescues
r defeated with a 10 of two
kllleJ and fix wounded
klo wounl
Jack grew Ixilderand bluer until
Uie citizens determined 10 wlJ > out
the oiitUws Thty fucrenial In
termlii the cumi > of the sleeper
pdoea and the lynching folimmf
The plilrmlcorinOnriiin
VIENNA Dee 11A medical re
I > rt on tile prevalent epIdemIc
shows there are 000 cart among thin
empoycs in Uie great dry goods
store of Wall Ju Louvre g
other largo stores I prevails a Il
extent nuial to that in the Louvre
The Rrpart
BOSTON Dec 11At todays sea
slon of tile I Federation of Labor
President Gomieras report was
read There are affiliated I with tile
t
American Federation O local
unions and a membership large
than in any organization In tIle
world Efforts to establish fraternal
relations w ith nnd to secure the co
operation of other labor organizations
ih
tions lme met ftl1 rnnJt
Isolated iiollcypursuej by the Loco
I Engineers has prev entetl 1 ai
establishmeut of a loderation of
railway men The conference wiU
the Knights of Labor b still pending
Referring to the fannersorganl
ration the report says all the pru
I IJ
wiitinns received wire from em
loyed farm laltorers Tile eight
hour question Ii recommended to the
consideration of the committee to
Ot digested the matter and of reported labor IfglMatiou
he Federation should formulate
such legislation as Hor demands
and empower its olllciab to take
action TIle necessity for a more
strict enforcement of the alien con
I tract labor law and tile Chinese e
clu Ion act is I COt firth Special at
cntion is called to the condition ot
coal mlnir
peeclics Were made on the state
of the dltlerent trades and labor or
ani < aton > > various committios
mr appointed and the convention
took 1 recec
A ITlMaiiMii Janrnnllst 11 <
M DISON WIl nee 1 lGenern
I David Altvvood asl l To editor 01
non he Sate Journal died this afiir
tII scltlunt
FoflaoisE I the Ecliedelceforritalond
eloloyot halts al MIt uk Coly rot
other NeveabcrTL 100
IbiS tc allC I
I nSr
Freru a U I liT 330 tntsm
Eolerneioltis aw pLJ0pm
WMrm 11311 aoLUpm
han Enneieeo cl < > ocd Ham
paoeb I
Ogden lL331lu 3130
tylr 631 imttrns
den r tO p50
RoethandNoethnet 133 paiLpm
Park City 1131 E
Eocthcrn 630 pweUO aaa
ocbem cIcd ebl
Siliford F cocoa adi 1018 3OL3Opm
beyond Frm
lIinhocCanron lad
t J r LB
o
Tootlr Conniy 3 IS pm10 pm
LIIO and Waalrb so 10 UOpo
Dyspepsia
lakes man mltemble Tlctlins every year
l > ulrc5 after ratine Iteadirhr he art bum
tour Uonuch falntncjs and capricious ip
rctltcare > yraptonu of this very iride j > rea < l
and pruning iDvaM Hood banaparllU
lowe the stonucli creates an alfocillr I
fomotes liealihy digestion relktes tlie
leaehe and cures dyspepli
I nave been troubM wltli dor > < rol1
I bad lot little at netlleanditlut L 1H rat
ilhtrexeilnieorOUiaemiMguMi man
Hmr olltr > eating I had a fatatoeoisr tired
AllCono Fooling
A 5 tboagh I Iia < I not eaten aujlhlnp
llools aparllla Hl ne an imwente
jiKMjnl of good It pave me an petllr
and ray f1 relhbnl and S4tl > fc < l the
raving I bad rcthmslj riperteeeed It
relieved me of that faint tired altjonc
feeling I have felt so mneh keller lnco
1 took lIners Sarurarilla that I am
happy to recommend It U A noc
alertown Mai
I bad ily > pepb many year and ife 1
paired of ever bring elL But Hood < ar
Mparilla bu entirely cured me lisa
J S lUlLCVMarblcbead 5I > v
Hoods Sarsaparilla
tohlbydeoesiob 110 vlzfitrfi Preroretby
Cl noODACO x > lh < nrk UnreIlUu
100 Doscs Ono Dollar
NOTICI
5 JIEETIVO Of THE rESIDERT
A 13150 a Of rhOOt DistrIct No 7
teen 1I eit be held In the Ditlnrt Vbool
noo > e on Monda Iler I4Ja ° at TJO p m
the object of sold mectln Let 10 Ti > te a
IU DalT to pay 011 tbe iodebedoras
oa Ib < f boolboe and take nalerobld
eon tOe 111nublillT of etabl9biag a
free tcbooL
lUlLUr SIln
TIJtla31JC
WJ NPS3ltN O
dIn TnulC
MORRISS
Popular Photos
2 AND S3
l Ell DOZEXI
7
JtrRs1 nZAIt
TUST Annutni vnv STYLES or
nJ 1adleu Silk IlandVcrehiefi all klnilj
of Cblneie and J rcee rrrpe an I Silk
15w Good Crepe 2nd Kk shanlr all
sue ljdie Silt and rrabro dercd Wrap
tcro and Aproci Mao Elk l and Satin
erecrm and Table CoTen and aJ iicd of
Fancy Chusware
II nor
T1 3 31ln bEtel
GUARANTEED TO OUTWEAR
AHY CUSTOMMADE CORSET
E EC CO
YulcanPoiderCo
OF CALIFORNIA
JOHN WILLIAM SNLL AGENT
Sol Ujnaarte
So i071rt1 in4 for Cotu
No1
Sr2 I Srnr k Fatoos
No1
CHICAGO SCALE CO AGENCY
iLL KIXBi 07 IClLSt C > XX
Salt and Blueing Depot
BUILDInG ROCK AT DELMEIIED QVAGRT OS
ALL K13DS OP PAY WAKTED I
bealer In Cedar rt Pnla t
Wood ly ar 3050 Etc
Dnnp cart Wasos Two lldli One
tone Bam JV > Ore Iron Bum JW
BrIck Preu 1311 Milsiws JIiU He
IDAHO STORE I 5
I
11DmtTInm
x > o > Ajcsxx zxxr > 300
JOSEPH ETAYLOR
Piog r IMeMer of Utaft
owsSoeloacriadDcs1eyin all indi f
Hetillic Wood and Cloth CoTcny
I
COFFINS and CASKETS
I
Full line orpory1NrrRleIxudos I
kept rnoronanlljon band
reiephoe ud Telrrroph Orders Jronptlf
tilled
Boe Preferred In their S II1ral Coadt
Lea without extra charge
OPEN l3J yo JhdD NXGHT
fac9ij acd Yiaig1I fSt5st
001 tad a Mlf Mo < j kij of Tbettrc
Tctiriioit NO 78
SCXTUVMK1K nissmrbnlltlln
JOS WILLIAM TAYLOR
UTVU iJunif
DNDERTAKERaEMCALMSR
1 COOS 7115 urrry = nos 005
rUTJ uce UP
I COFFINS CASKETS
rAnI r Undft21 kern Good In Uili
TCUOLXtlLC XIDkmiUAT
Imnentefy ULUlCfl FlilVESl
Lower thin w ere rirr offtrM In Uua
Snip 153 mm torakbettaytmc
LOTS gfllto
LUId dIJ ElUiitd Iaeytko COy
z All Orders tOdd < IT cc nltht b Ste
aSaflelt ponlt lime
mcc i n > TTXCTBOOKS srmc CIOSXD
21 I 3d 23 WEST TEMPLE STKECT
P O IOI K4 TlLClUUCC Zl
i1TR h1 1Gni1fl
SALT uxc cirr
CALIF01thLkBREERY
LAGER BEE ALE uj PIRTEH
S7Sts1ne and rCrI
1050 > THT n 00
aIT w A
n
A FISHER BREWING J5
WEar nRI1aJta U BItt > OEron
SIT fun tin 1rtlr
teteyhone 10 Srrxry1taSl5 rouozH
We are noT ITrnareil to rroraptlr tnpplf
ilrr r frI
b e rubiw with hell and Horn no inn
If a iui r or taa ilj at opultr 1nft1
nr DrrorIflus 3UI Sr TrpaanrUU
h FISHER BREWING CO
h
CHEAP HOMES
IN UEaOO
Tj0fl VERY DESHLUIU LANO3
L
Ccth idoaltarll and Urica = 19
Sortl tm Ctliaa ci cea CoaT Dili
For fall pirlttclri apply to Ostizxt
Eawl OS t or W Iitrb bD Jr
Cotany Diu Ctctos biJtiaa CblblUJl
Stoics Iottf
i for the
Oorntsnfl
Mm riron
bow Ilrivcath
b t a if Uon
Ij ant ceeu ril
tmst rales
PHILIP SPRY
HEHCHAN7 TAILOR
Has Just received a NOW o STOCK ot
ENGLISH GOODS
For FALL and WINTER
VERY CHEAP CALL AND SEE
MZiic South Tcnijite St
IEKIECT 11T OUVK TELD
GSTHe U alto aothflroed by the late U
O odors to pay r toLoct all de u of
the said OorrorJtkn
coo
i = Sa =
LJJ
= = U 0 5
5s
RJ c
=
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8g l c
UHF
= z
F
CHEAP COAL
Rock Springs S550
Pleasant Valley 525
Weber 525
Red Canyon 450
Rock Springs Hat 450
Mine Slack 350
DcUiersd to Any Part of the City
J C IF WATSON
Telephone No 10 119 S Slain Et
JOINT CITY HALL AND
COUNTY COURT HOUSE
Premiums of 350 Offered for Plans
mitE CITT COUNCIL OF rta W tAIlS
TI tltraBd the C000tyConrt of bait tale
Co > aDr tUb Territory will pay preaiinBu
u foUo
Tor lhe bet aD of Joint CII1 and
County I oildlrj 1000
For the second bet plan led tIO
The relative rents of the plan scboilteil to
te detennlsed by the Joint committee op
pointed by aH city council and county
ionrt SaldbnildlnsU to be located 1 out
corner ot Hut South aal First EAst
streets Is Salt Late CIte luhfrpntl
north ISO feet and west ISO feet to be ITS
storle and basement with DeceoaarT tie
talOn vanlta and modern iaprovemen
to cost not exreedms i l3ftooet Ilaa to be
delrrered O lIcker Well CUT Slecorder
City Hall on or before JtoivHy necemix
ill iweat w aio iMInnlierinformMio
at PT to either of the nndenlned
i81 onlerof lie Joint rotnMiitae
tlCBERM WELLS
CIty rordr
ctWt
JOHN i tanLu
County Click I I
SitrUU Cur UTAH > sOrt be >
LION COFFEE MERCHANTS
fD n n rr
is a coction of fQ U1
McchjJivaarci I lkJ U tl II
n
blended Rio propsl and i 6 S t lt
bn =
g NJ iiii I
conceded hyatl i l
to nile the g
I e
ncett cup of r
Tf o
N
Coflea In thci I r05 r
lard A ECZJI I b jJ AJ sZ
rill Picture CcnJ I Ycu Inn thIs
ATSUS COMblHAJOH Coffee Cabinet
In PJC
age every For Ssla > OF MOCHA JAVA 6 RIO its ho bos CJx
tjrojouovorput
everpihereJ i
< T = If lnto 3f ° ur Storo
TCWTCiV S 7i T C3
Grocer YvCOiiSCL EAUXi
YOllrGrecerror I oj Holds I2O Ono
IL KANSAS = CITY MO TOLEDO Olb packages I
f
I
0 Ill crzoi OFui expERT
d 1 III1I
w Vn Sir R TTtLk Ttaatr ef PenmtU
IMOBJ as Kiat ralrersltj of taws
liy deliberate Jstfcmezt Is thaltheovea
Q A iq ct tie Cange so eoapared with I others is
r aotoolymotae nally heated laeiery part
front rs well v rrar hct as a esuit oi
I iIIf T l lapeioc ventUatton the food placed
t therein b better eoo ed while reulnlns a
16 sirw cr Aavor aad a larger proportion ot
ru booS Jure I have found alto that the
IJi l 1 0 I fr I
fIbs amouat of wort J maea less thai
Aneo u ono1Orarnolweo
aayottcr
CXIUXo tlAHUrCTIII co rLCIU SlItS UABT B WELCH
sOR SALE BY f
Z C M I Solo Agoiit In Salt Lake City
Early Breakfast
t
iiI i
I
iI
f
FOR COAL OR WOOD
AboTe cut rrprrsCBU our LUKT 1KEIKKIST wills Six holes are
IVrlablc Kaamcln Csjjr Kparrvtvir i
Heavier than the Heaviest Better than the Best
TUB f J3T COXIIITI STO K OF THE AGE
irtTIWIH IX EVIllY KINVEeT
The Utah Stove S Hardware Co 39 41 EFirst South SL
n
ATTEND ° Ji J i
R K 1 THOMAS
1IIIII11LU UJ1Jl11lLLl11111 i I I I I I I
niTffmTfl ° 1 A
aiuflhiiJ SJilLtJ
c < SLAUGHTERING
mothing Carpets I d Cloaks I
R K THOMAS
3JEW A LUMSEE COMPANY
The llURT NGARDNER C GO
DEALERS IN
1 i I I I I i I I jILjjiiIijI I I i I I I I II
Lu11 EER
I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I t I I U I I U
Sash Doors Blinds Moulding Shingles
Lath Pickets Posts Etc
Manufacturers of All Kinds 1 of
COr lBlr ATiOt FENCE
Materials yurulBTiecl 011 Short Notice
YARD and FACTORY C5 Eighth South and State Road
UP TOWN OFFICE Taa Burton Gardnar Co Building
SALT LAKE CITY TELEPHONE No 24

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