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FltlDAY NOVEMIIERIU188G
UIUIVAI AXil I tlOSIiU 01 1IAIII
it 1 the Silt 1lke City Iollomrr
UNITItI STArM IOTOFFICI
AIT bAKE eltY Utah mrfc 1
ARR1C CIOF
EaMOFII 740 pin I 7J LIII
California allll West 1100 am 4O 1IIn
MOUtUhIfI IIIIII North 710 pm 734 am
1 t KaEnt 500pm I 1030am I
Oglleu Utah I100am 73011m
Oglen lJIah 7 Opm 13Opm
Iark Oily 710 Irn I 730am
Tooth CaislIly 30 pm v20 nm
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WrilIII I r
tlln Utah 10 pm 020 nm
UlIIKham lJIah noo Im I 620 am
tnUlhorn lJIah 6ro pm 620 Rm
tIieator1iiiaifliitzaountaiii time
W C IIIOWI Ioolmoler
Silver Quotations
orrcctuJ daily liy McComlck j 1 Col I
lea1 Now ork icrioolta 42 >
silver New York 1011 II I I
lorvi Ii lois I
rho weather is beginning to moderate
Business was dull nbout tho Mnralmla
oflloo today
Ihe Olympia exhibition lit the theatre tomorrow
mt Iil l
morrow nitfit
J nines II btndclnrd eturu nt tlio etlcrnl
court room this evening
McCornick i Co today received Hummer
bullion valued nt 0 JOO
ilia 1hilomon Debuting Chili muotn nt
tlio Ninth ward school houso to nlijit
I ho Union National Hank today received
thirty flvo Inrs nf Allco bullion vnlued nt
2tKU n
WolN Fargo t Co today received Imeo
bullion 1 500 hut intro 10 17J 11 total
vnlno 1107J18
A strong petition lint been forwarded to I
Washington niking that tho mail to taylor
mid 1iooho ho increased to BOTCH times n
week
fcnt McCiuldon of the D k H O Lx
press Company Blurted last this morning
for the purpose of celebrating Ins wedding
nnnivorsary in company with his wife
Ihti Northern 1noiflo Itnilrond Company
figures that It derived 70UOO rovtnno from
the I Grand Army tourists who turned East
over their lino IIrf Atigustttuid September
1x
General Muster Workman 1owdtrly says
that poverty must bo abilmhed kite
writer concurs with tim O M W and will
cheerfully submit himself as u subject to
experiment upon
luo first BloighiiiL I of the season IH con
lined Ot today to tlio shady half of our cast
mid west streets duo aristocratic sleigh
riders turn up their noses nt the muddy if
not muddled men on wheels on the other
aide of tho wile It ronlies tho unnatural
union of January and May
I ho jury in ho I Hawthorne case nfter
being out about lUtoon minutos yesterday
nftornoou returned to court and announced
that they lil iiui I dtonc verdict I of guilty as
found In the indictment At tho request of
Judge MoUrldo tho time of Kontenoo was
lined for tuesday tho 23d instant
telephone poles of an nnmoiiHO size are
being planted along Main street today
Ihey will bo used In tho experiment of
bunching wires into cables in order to
economize space If the scheme proves sue
cessful it v lt bo n vast improvement upon
the old plan of stringing hundreds of wires
out separately
the Mormon ostiunslor i nt llriLlmm City
has been removed nnd George It Chase a
thoroughgoing Democrat and Gentile np
pointed in his place It appears that tho
Administration unliko the Democratic
Congressional Committee does not reoot
nize tho Mormon Church an the tine Di mo
cratic party of Utah
the Postmaster General today issued the
following order On Monday tho 2d of
November tho postofllcei of tho United
States may bo closed between the hours of
C 10 clock a m mill 1 p III in memory of
tho late President of the United tunics
Chester Allen Arthur and tho usual em
blems of mourning displayed
the prospects tire that tomorrow nights I
WI
h mthotll
otll
nthletic i exhibition will bo this finest show
of tho kind that has over been given hero
Iho Olympic boys are hard workers stud by
constant practice they hnvo gotten tho
manly art down to n line point In nddi
tion to tho amateurs quite number of pro
fessionnlH will appear and thro is no reason
why tho show should not bo great
1 M It Murray one of tho dofi ndnnts in
this suit brought by George 0 btulcy states
obrgr I
that the origin l thin 1 affair was ottn his
suing for n bar bill of f 80 as stated in the
DFMOCBAT somo days ago the money that
Mr Murray was trying to recover was 7Ii
which ho had loinod btaloy and although
tho latter owed tho former a large bill for
drinks Murray BIIJS that be made no at
tempt to collect it ns ho knew 1 it would bo
useless
A Nevada exchange nays 0 Il Mont
ornery and Terry McCurdy have recently
relocated what IB known ns the Int Kelly
or Miner Hopo mine in Old llattlo Moun
tain district under the name of the Vernon
nnd last week sold twenty tonsof ore for 415
per ton to D Cozzens who shipped it to
bait Lake for reductian Iho oro carrion
silver with II largo proportion of lend nnd
II traces of gold which runs from l to Sll
I per ton Iho mine is an old one on which
u shaft 8J feet in depth was sunk Homo
years ago
Major an Horn of Company A Seven
teenth Infantry stationed nt kurt Knssell i
reports that his company made tho record
of Jl 30 out ot n possible 10J in skirmish
firing nt target practice I hmo no doubt
said Colonel Henrj to n Jlee reporter i thnt
tho Department of the Platte would take
higher rank III tho matter of firing than any
other department in America if wo could
leave ont Fort Du Quosno Ibm is n post
which has been but recently organized IInd
the soldiers had no time for practice Ity n
recent order tho average of this post will
have to be counted nnd it will probably
lower our record
The Church pipers protend to bo greatly
elated over tho conviction of Hawthorne n
Gentile for the crime of poljgamy but tho
truth nit6 they are greatly disappointed with
the outcome of the case Had Hawthorne
furnished been acquitted resin for the tlia matter bows of would both have the
Mormon fiddles during the whole winter
Ihe instruments are becoming squeaky and
unless they find something now to grind on
even the saints will go back on them Mr
Dicksons closing argument was n clincher
in showing that be cared nothing for n
mans religion in his efforts to carry out tho
provisions of the Ldiunnds law
hEIISONA IS
Col Joe Grnndelmeer leaves this morn
ing for Salt Lake City to look after the re
suit of some ore he has shipped there for
reduction K tdnesilay s uica Sentinel
Jot Ira vis of bait Lake was n passenger
for the west this l tiuoruoluugElka Jmlmeml
fill Kill
Hit Octlilenlnl
No 18 E 1 lirt South street 1nro
LOO Is ouuly and of tho pest qualih Our
ocil sa NItl tl te JltlII1I
facilities i to supply I the trade and families
are unexcelled nnd our prices just
Amu MunuiY Proprietor
Ilobuts I ehleii
Havo been appointed agents for the cele
brated Moxio Neno rood All criers
prompt filled Irj n bottle it will do
you good
Rogers A iMfoiiilis
Stock of btaplo and 1 ancv jiouiieslH
the most lomploto in thus city I
1 Jm xygtiui Treatment
II Un HIIII 27G Mam St
NIII Fruits for Minco Meat at Itouurt
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V InaPt son nf u Itlnrt > r 1uliilii H
Inrllnii of thc rose
The Tcnlli ward 01 this city was then
a lurid lino between 7 and 10 30 oclock
last ncnlng by the gyrations of Samuel
II Smith a red handed son of n martyr
who his of lato distinguished himself as
the terror of town Smith is a man of a
pciciblo natiire except at such times as
ho nny happen to accept good old fire
water as his guiding star and then ho Is
likely to get II little oil Ho i hall gotten a
little olf onco or twice of late and while
ho has proven a prcttj bid scare to
nervous neigh hors ho has been thc
especial terror ot the city oH and may
yet prove tho causo of their all resigning
That lie is not very dangerous among or
dinao icojilo is procn by tho fact that
during the worst of last night fracas
several of the neighbors wero bj I his Hide
talking with him but what ho would
havo done had the cops dared to como
around to OI his i side i oofc tlio I block is a mil
ter for conjecture only
From all that can ho learned appe irs
that Smith has rctenth had trouble with
his wife caused no doubt by his unseemly
devotion to the tin Goddess Drink and
that the poor woman though not n 10
lieoman line become fearful of his antics
Not long since tho DMIOCKVT gave in
account of his rousing up this ward but
on account of his father high church
standing legal action was ikon t m the
matter I
last nights row was very siimlir in
every icspcct to tho prouousono referred
to Smith got drunk and frightened his
vwfo sho ran from the house gavo tho
ilarm ind the ippearanco of neighbors
upon tlio Hcono was tho signal for Smiths
anger to reach its height flue first person
to appear upon thc scene was ono Ujrum
Newton who raado a 1 ain attempt to
take Smiths nun from him In tho
senlllo four shots were fired and Smith
then retired to the house while Now ton
give a further alarm In about half an
t dh
hour six regular policemen and two or
thru of tho Church Hpccml3 were within
a block of tho scene and rein lined there
until the terror hid agreed toMiricndor
his pistol
rue cops claim th it two of their num
ber armed upon the scone whilo Smith
and Newton wero sculllmg and that they
took the pistol from him but a gentle
man who was there and saw tho whole
alfiur says that this is cntirel wrong
Our informant stales that none of them
entered tho house until Smith gave up
tho Lun but titey began to carr on
negotiations using ox marlr S II B
Smith tho father of time boy as a speak
Ing tube Iho oung man nt first do
dared that ho would not giveup the un
to anbod and stated that ho would
shoot tho llrst policeman who inleied
tho door Not wishing to put him to this
trouble tho thoughtful tops stayed out
side Finally after 11 good deal of nego
tion during which the old man was sent
forth ind hack like a return ball the
oting man agreed to give up tho gun on
lion condition that ho would not bo ar
rested This was agreed to b > the j ohce
men who made him promise to appear
ill court this morning
At 10 clock today Smith appealed in
tho Police Court pleaded uuit and made
n statement to the Court Ho declares
that m tho tussle with Newton tho pistol
went oil aceidentiill ind stated that ho
had no idea of shooting am one The
IiulLo decided that he would like to know
tho full partictihrs of the alfair before
disposing of it mill ho therefore ordered
in eximm Uion for to moirovv at 2 p in
In tho meantime Smith is out on his
own rtcogni7ince
A lilMIiMlM SUCCESS
OlIO of till Host lljlllllllL Itlllls
Its < r II ii III Ill In tit
A more brilliant successful ill ur
thin Iho concert inel bill given at tho
The lire last evinnv bv the Hebrew
Henevolcnt mil Holier Societies h is cei
tunl novel occurred in this city ind
consi Icnn all things it might bo added
in tttty olhei city Vs a in liter of fact f it
was a vorv agreeable elisiiioinlmont
oven to those who anlicipiled tho most
whilo to those if unIty such there vveio
who went there ill doubt it vv is an over
helming mn prise From 1 tho time titan
concert began to the lime Iho ball closed
tho house was a scene of brightness
sparl Im with beaut ind race
mi cose i lit
Winch consumed tIm llrst part of thc
evening vv is a most appropriate intro
duclion for an ill ur no echerche in ever
respect An orchestra of loci inusici i ins
such Ie as base 1 never been brought to
tether before ind a display of local
II
f iICa Inl 1
tilent pro eminent cipible contributed
to this p irt of tho entert uninent somo of
tho sweetest music tint his ever been
listened to lty 11 Salt I iko uuhence
looking back to past lonccrts which I
to n7inlCB
at the time teemed ra so sticccsslnl after
listening to last evenings music they
seem to say the least lies onlinaire
Miss Hivvlen Mrs Siegel and Mrs
Knowlton tho three hotly I vocalists were
in the host of voice and each won in
encore ind receiveel handsome lord
compliments in iddition Mr bcappa
tnra sang his selection unusual well
and for an enroro gave IIIH favorite La
Piloma Mr Weiho and Mr Vldoiis
the I hislriimenlal soloists porformcel to
the best idvantago and won deserved en
cores
Ixjug before those present had finished
discussing the merits of the concert hue
stage had been cleared and the strains of
tho orchestra wore again heard in the
fcrand march innoimemg llio opening of
nil HMI
Tho march was led b Governor West
with Miss me as his partner and thoy
score followeel bv nearl tho entire com
panv In a fw moments all were in the
whirl of a catrhinjj waltz and from that
lime till after t oclock this morning the
hoar wits clear only al tho intervals bo
tween dances The music was all now
and plaud in such CNcellent time that
none could resist its Influence Dozens
of ladies and nentlempii who onl I
dropped in for a moment to look on
were won over and coulel hardly tear
themselves from tho lloor Fi 1 inro after 1
figure was CQIIO through with and to tho
end of tho length programme the inter
est never vvancel mil tho dine CM lost no
entlinsi ism 1
lilt 111 hSIS
While full dress was not cnorill oh
served bv cither ladies or gentlemen yeh t
among thin former timers wero mall who i
ippcarcd in most cleiml toilettes and i
among the nJ latter there score man I who 1 I
l0ro nj m infull under tItan trlng claw I
hammer Iho ladies averse as a ruin
dressed with richness ami oximisilo haste I
which templed vulh such an asscmbl
of varilgalell beaul made tItan scene ono i
for mcmor
Taking I titan iHairas n whole and eejin I
paring it with inv like ovent thithisi
occurred here must I
it bo proiionnccel n
most absolnto mil overwhelming success
0 i T CuiMiidV linos 1rltll1wl 1 Ui ulv
Imndv Mixed t PaintH lire economical nnd 1
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IIUS1MSS VM II MINING NOTES
Iliillrmull urnliiepiMMcritiiil Hold
ItciiKrrnilr uinl Inllurc
oh In lug unit Slock
JlraJitreHt of tho 13th inst gives a
tabulated statement of revenue mlleago i
and capitalization of sovent nine repre
Tentative railroads together with rail
wa earnings for October and for ten
months In 1880 183T and 1881 Iho
total earnings of those roads for October
was in 18S4 Jl04Jlj or an average
of 5I8 per mile In 1883 tho total
earnings ifSS SIw or an average of
tr > J7 per mile In 1831 the total earn
ings 118111 or liB per milo The
aggregate mileage increased from ll7fO
lt gb i
mile 1 hmt lIlt to 11093 miles in 1 1886 3
Hie present construction of railroads
is main west of the Missouri river
and shows conclusive that West
ward the eouiso of Empire takes
its wa Indirectly It serves to
cmi Imsi70 tho fiict nil III led to in
tho DMKXIIVT heretofore under tho
heath of liusmcsB Notes that new
roads score building In the direction of
our mineral districts indicating that the
mining mdiiitr was about to take line
lease of lifo and that railway and min I
hug development walked hand in hand
In this connection it may bo of interest
to note the exceptionally large increase
of earnings of the n A R O Railwa
for tho ten months In 1880 over 1881
TIme gross earnings of 1881 were 307283
tho earnings over the same number of
miles in 1880 amounted to ill212
Moreton 1 row en writing to Ilradstrcits
In ulv ocac of silver currenc nays Tho
position wo have really drifted into is
this Instead of gold and silver Ictus
instance two other meio commodities
say beef and mutton lust as silver and
gold score before 1875 l consumed m the
currencies all the world over so it is now
lawful to eat beef and mutton But sup
poso the state inn moment unwisdom
treated mutton as it has treated silver
ind refused to permit its consumption
The price of mutton would fill enor
mous the price rn beef would appro
ciate Iteef like gold would LO to a
fnnmo prieo in consequence of tho dc
mandot those who formerl eat mutton
chops
The Director of tho United States Mint
icports tho total coinage of gold for the
3etir at fJ307780of silver at 30022347
the production of gold and silver jim the
crdot ltr f li
world during the calendar ear 1883 is
estimated at 101580000 in gold silver
cilculiited lit its coming value 125000
000 The production of this countr is
estimated at fSSJOOOlO in Lold and sil
ver ibout two fifths tho pioduction of
Iho whole world
Trade general especial m the dry
goods line is reported dull Labor trou
bIns and tho labor vote and less foreign
demand for American securities affects
unfivorabl the stock market Mono is
easy gold is coming from 3 urope and
disbusemeiits from tho United States
freasur are liberal Ihero have been
less failures throughout tho countr this
current year than list Idle mono is
accumulating in Great Britain
The Secretary of the freasur gives
notice that time interest duo on the 1st of
December next on U S h1k per cent
bE
coupon bonds will bo I pud i without re
bile Interest on tho 1 pel cents duo
January 1st 1887 will bo paid at any
tune upon icbato of mtcie t at the rate
of S her cent per annum show mi that
Uncle Sam has plenty of mono
flio London market for silver is firm
and advancing Lead is lluctu itmg and
sales are hlit Copper is higher with
prospects of an advance
In mining matters Comstocks are
climbing up Con Cal i ir shares
havo touched I 20 Its d illy output of
oro is about 100 tons
It is i reported that Jo I I Travis A Co
have sold then rincli at Vmencan alls
to Mr Burke formerly of the firm of Lo
neiian A Burke IIKO unknown
The Virginia City Chionicle of tho
ith must say itut5sstys male fiom pun
l > lcs of 010 cut m ulv iiicmg tho south
drift on the r > 00 level in the s iv i0o mine
are sud to leave ringed from H tol 12 I per
ton Ins I is considered encouraging
when it is mentioned tint the simples
tested wero taken horn tho rim of tho
vein Uio strength undented by Choi
lar 1 is sail to bo due to a rumor that a
two foot streak of fibuloiis value has been
icecntlv dovflopcd in pros ettmg the
large holt of Ion gi ido oro on the JjO
level Itichtieiks were fre ineiill cut
in the ipper put of this oro belt while
tho niino wa im ler lease to W E 1
Sharon
I1ugllS Yleouuil
Willhxvo in iinmonso I lotofl Fat itfurkevH
Chickens W ucks anti 1 CI3OSO for lliuikB I r
giving tridt
ddiratci Collit
There no muse talking Gins Yoiin
orthH celebrated coffee is getting assay
with anv thing that his ever been in ido
ill Utah at the first cofFee house which
has bton opened ill Halt Lake City Iho
heo is mined tho Hall 1 rinusco Collt
IIou o J74 s Mini siren two doors
noith of tho lift I louise
Try UK new LMttiriso null toni is
hiuo yon of tntiro mtislietion
Cuss Voi MinoiiTii
I Stuie in Hip ifth I District Count
JUKII Whit mo our intuitions m
icgard tool0mg the law in the future
Iltisosi What is I this hw YonI
lion or
hIJCIIlhl tho S U S best meklo
cigar in town at Grtenvv ilds j ulso head
qu irters for lino imported cigars
InisoMu 1 will obpy hits law
spntonco susj ended
I Moxie Nerve onil I
V 1 dtliijlitful btvengo as well as utstoier
of nerve foreo just what is nttihd ill
1 over IioiiMhold sk your dniLLiet
for it
lionin e it Ni IIUIS Audits
People who havo been east over the
heat U ibash 1oiile express them
sihs is phased with its ileKint pcjuip
ment and fist time lint mom pirticiilirl
with tin Lose Hats procured tliroiiili
I Mr M 1 1IIII1P I OIl Coinminiil Avnt
No 10 Wiullsol Illoek Dtnui 1 > ritu to
Ioilll
I liiihls li > Mall
1 iiuds e in now ho bent liy I tutu C on
stilt h h lotlir mil loceivo tuitnunt at
our own hon i
Dit 1 > HII i n 275 Main St
Salt Lako City
While IlllllM
For I tho best niPilHaml rooms go to tlio
hito houso lorthiin llrst eliss nnd
low rat8 >
SIAXIMI CMIIIXIIH for salo nt Sam
I ovs cigar innfietor nt r 0 eeutH pet
pound miptrlor to IIIIY tolmcio in the t
uuutrleth t
Nuuv Nuts of nil Kinds lit Hum UN d i
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WI i vu ind horn 1I s of OH rv dt M rln
lion Die HIJI1 i m ian St
cJI I IfhltYshlrtucs for Fruit I Jirit I at G P 1
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JUNCTION JOTTINGS
Icrxtnul and IJeiiorul llunlfrnlhM
trout Our HcRUlur Oeilcn
lorrcupoiulenl
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Tho Pleasant Hours Club will give a
fan part In Woodmanseos Hall on
Thmksgivlng lay The boys aro prc
paring for an excellently successful time
which they will undoubted realize
T W McNutt one of Ogdens most
popular citizens and an ardent Democrat
throughout has returned from his cattle
ranches In tho north reporting a good
outlook
This Grand Jurv men are now cnjoing
the hospitality of f the law ofllco rooms
of ex Inngo P H Emerson I in the Dool
bloehc
hlliI snowing all day and travel
and trilhc was somewhat Interrupted or
at least dchi ed
Sickness appears to bo growing upon
our citizens in aver deplorable manner
Many of our best people havo afflictions
of this kind in their families Sirs Tohn
A Dial is suffering from pneumonia Mrs
Irmk Cook is down with imflamaton
rheumatism V o hope that all the ladies
will coon recover the health which is
only an utlhy to thoir native beauty
Mr John W Pike the District Court
reporter was rather ill this morning but
was on hand all right in tho court this
afternoon Thin execrable ventilation
may 1m hurt linn
It was a pitiable sight to see Mrs feus in
Parr esterday afternoon inside tho
bar of tho First District Court her faith
ful and grief stricken features suffused
with an anguished flush and she holding
her head with a hand sho once gave to a
socalled man Joseph Parr who had
once pledged her eternal lovo and pro
tection and then skipped from the
clutches of thc law Oh when wilj Mor
mons eeaso to take their wives to the
shambles of lust and then havo them
dragged before courts of law to perjure
themselves and subject them to tho liery
ordeal of criminal examinations
There aro now only three prisoners in
tho Ogden City jail m charge of Moroni
F liiown This may bo explained as a
sign of a healthy moral condition of tho
eommumlv or 11 laxity on the part of the
officers Wo hope wo aio justified in
leaning to the former alternative
Last mirht the IT P did not como in
till 855 i Tonight it was reported late
It affords Ogden people satisfaction to
notice that our fellow citizens in Salt
Lake City tarn following or going to fol
low tho good example Ogden set hy
establishing a curfew law for removing
youngsters from the streets in unseason
able hours
OODLN Cm Utah Nov 18 ISSb
MUST DISTI1IC1 counT
The First District Court lion II P
Henderson presiding met acain on
Thursday forenoon here being a gen
eral expectation of a lively time a largo
crowd was present
John Davis a Welshman was natural
ized
The case of Cli is Diicheneau vs DP
Turpe was taken under advisement
The case of P B Nedson for obtain
ing means under false pretenses was ael
vanced on than calend
thy way of interpolation let yoimr
reporter express a grunt of dissatisfac
tion at tho removal of one of the reporters
tables There certainly are no accom
modations for hue newspapermen worthy
the name of it We call the ittention of
the Court to it with due respect
C S Varian appeared in court with
due promptitude
In the afternoon session with a densely
crowded ittendance thin first case of any
public importance to be called was that
of Susan wife of Joseph Parry an un
dergronnel elovoteo of hue Gospel of the
IatlcrDis A jury w is impaneled
after the usual statutory ml I other ques
tions It consists of reel I For Alex
Bowman 011 Dudl W M Berry A
I Stone I S Thomas Charles Wobh
John Genner Joseph Jenkins Ed 1
feevvell E 1 S Bell mil lames Goodwin
There wa some legal belligerence be
tween the lawyer I on M > mc points of the
admissibiht of somo of tho citizens
called to the jurv box Some challenges
wero sust lined one on account
of tho man belief in the
rightfulness of polygamy Iho
indictment chirks said Simn Parry
with having on lebiuar 1818Sd LIVCII
false tcstimom is to the age of her
oungest child by foseph 1irrv which
hiagS
child was not as site swore then I over
three year < 1 but oven under two ear of
ago therefore implicating tho defendant
m one of those inextritiblo webs of per
tidy and jerjurv which rnvcloo the
Mormon Astern with a mist of men
dacitv
daeilWitne ses weie died md ipjeired >
0 g 1 Hill secretary of tho Grand Jurv
of a late term anel 1 A Perkins clerk
of the couit I Vt 1 this juncture las N
Kimbill attorney for defend int entered
a stiuv of objections against fill ther
taking of tcstimoii on various grounds
the chief point being his claim that under
the bays of tho Umteel States there hil
not been mv offense committee I ijunst
II fla 3
li
this laws of the United States
Assistant District A tlornev Ocltn
lilies tool up for tho prosecution J > do
lining the jurisehctioiial rights of the
Gruiel bury allll 1 showing Iho degree I md
idtsMhihtv of the crime of erJurylhe j >
felony dlc0ed a0amst Susan Pirr
The Court oven uled Hie objections of
counsel for the elefendmt tho hade
of eve were filling fist t and court ad
journcd after T
V Perkins hie pro
diieed borne eourt morels while tho
lejiortets > were uttering not very pious J
imprecation on the subject of lighting
fae ihties it such a 1 late hour of tIns dav
I OenihN Cm Utah I Nov 1J 188d
Unmetssinj Mlstij
Piobibl is much miser comes from
habitual constipation is from auiy de
ranteinent of the functions of tho hOlly
and it is eliflicult to euro for the reason
tint no one likes to take the medicines
usually prescribed H I AMIIUIUI Fins were
irepared to obviate this dilheull amid
they will lue found pleasmt to tho tattle
of women ml children TnenUlivo
utile At ill elriVMSts f I Mlik A
0 proprietors S F 1
impound ItoeK ami Itje
TIll mejsl 1 pleas ml as well is ut let hive
nmel for toughs colds UIIII 1 all Ihroit
allee lions Try a tuttle
HeiiiHtiSit ISi uuuiix iiinls
Is I huylm your rend nlniiH wniro tlio
lest Iho Ik ismt Vallo and aiitbra
Hi M ml at tho lund 1 For I silo at Semis i
Iu loNrtCn X No 111 Mum ci reel
I
hIi e ii hllggluit i
Iho well known 8Melillsl who his 101111 I I
luro foumu teen years has ojened an I
eekttii medu d lla8plJIIsary < in IIIH lllallt I
lttrlouu4 al > o g OUt Thilll Huulh street
1Piihilttr ISIoik
laillis
llioiioxoltiesln fiimitnro of whuh wo I i
gasu t you iHtlco am > rceelvcd v 011
cpielfiillv huuvito ytitu tto call
1IltH17 I Itiins
JlMlsi Suilsli Oil tuijuigo for Halo nt I
SIIIII I IUV8 I
ROYAL BAKING POWDER
I
M
1
I
I
4KIJ4G
POWDER
Absolutely Pure
IhlsPowdcrnevcrvarlcs A marvelolpurlty
rcnKtli anti wholcsomcncss More economical
than the ordinary I kinds and cannot be sold I lu
competition with the IY8tn ol low test f
short weight alum phosphate owdcrs Sold
onlylncani ItOYAt JUKINO IOWDKB Co 100
VA all 1 street New York
AMUSEMENTS
N V S X V S N
THE OLYMPIC
Athletic Combination
AT Till
TL H DE5 A T TEL ES
Or
Saturday E cuing Nov 20
Goncrnl ilmis3ion We
Reserved bents 7 o
MISCELLANEOUS
FJKIESELGO F J
Wholesale Grocers
LIQUOR AND CIGAR MRCHANTS
Fourth Street Ogden City Utah
AGENTS 1011
Solilltz 3VCilc 7 xilroo
AND TilE NEW iOUV
CHAMPAGNE BOTTLED BEER
We arc handling nil mite Choicest Branch
STKAIGIH K1MICK WHISKIES
And 11 ellnestof
Key West and Domestic Cigars
Correspondence Solicited Order shipped
same day as receive
FRED J KIESEL CO
THIS IS NO
Fish Story
TAil ON HIOH litICEC hItS COMMLNC
I cfjI JWEI J iiI
1
IticclvliiBm Fish fresh li cverj lay direct
from tic Usuries I call an 1 lo sell chcni er
thanaiiy lealer In town
fV Delivered 1 at jour liters fresh every
morning
IHOUI mrr FISH SAIAION
1owhl With High Prices > >
IoIlEMAN IN Tin VAN VI 1 IOW IKIflSI
J H FREEMAN
Denier III Fresh Plait
324 S Eighth East Stroot
AT
ELIASONS
112 MUS arilrH
aott can finch I tho IKUOH assortment
Gold Silver Watches
JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS I
And everything nee led In hint line at
7orv QoHt 3PrJ oos
TEXE NEVV
CATHOLIC COLLEGE
Will liE 01 rNH IN
Sail Luke City Utah Tor I I
ON I
MO OAY SEP1EMBFB Bill 1886
TIiWo iNBnrnios la wSIMMi > Foil
II f
J tJijnY
mite euhumenuhomi sl luuys and young uncut
i
ullher I as boar lent J r lay ItlulIsI anl will lu
ali I
C unit liucieul I ciclnlvely by tlmaleueulu an I 1 ex
lerlencel mle teachers
hits C ours e of Stu lie will eunhi tale a their
euicii 511th 1 Ceieuuliilc Imtiliuess clitter luI ticalluuti alaun 1 Ihe 11aI181
Ihe Collrge will he IIudcr hue Irnloellialo
Iervllou fll line cry iuev lather kau1uu
10 whlII
nltltllunhlait tony te statIc for teruns
8u1 frlhcr orllelllan
1I11flare Hallway ltntrtt lur HIIIhu
I role
all
lttiliil
REMOVAL
01 1 lit
DRG Lumber Yard i
Ill I Ill I J1IJNN HVHIKfOHNtltJF
I HfOd I HOlllh
anti 1 1 hllli ttttett
WololreIo wher
alall 1111I0 1II8Y 10 louu
ul alllllrnlll a goural arlllleul
Orguu 11IIIh aul I
luhlern
111111
1101
it hue htitett itlsrhntt iniut
i
CRAIN and WOOL WANTED I
AIlIrreUIIrlceo All Vlreo iflstieotu tlte littler
IalIhou No 23 f
httihltit I
=
HOLSTEIN OATTLE FOR SALE I
Look i 1
1
1
FIFTY CHOICE SELECTED
I
HOLSTEIN CATTLE I
FR01lJ FOLLAND
WILL ARRIVE AT THE G
OGDEN TITHING YARD NOV 13th i iM i N
EN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA I
n I FJ
A PART ARE FOR SALE 11
Parlies whoso orders I havo will call as curly after that ehle at inssili
select stork Hiasonablo credit MVCII on nefcoti iblo notes drawing SIX JOeI j Pos8iLJe tent I 0 i
ROLLIN P SAKE
St
Agent for Importers and
Owners imdl i
mdl
E > > thl
EBedigrees Erfect
IIIIS IS THE LAT SHIPMENT Ol 1111 SE NOI1 I Arm
and they no the Choicest Selcetioim from Noted anulips I
Ira
Blood Will TellIltI if
tbea
=
C0FFEE JOHNSOHALLENOEj OYSTERS J c a sete
CAN OYSTERS i
WARRANTED THE BEST r
ONLY 40 CENTS PER SINGLE GUI 11
mile f
IN LOTS OF 12 CANS 35 CENTS
tem 1
heron
SEND TTOXTH ODdXDncmjS TO the no
135 to 141 Main Street Salt Lake City I i i t
cit I
I
Main Street Postoffice Building Ogden jl
Ihoe 1
TERMS NET OASII
h
SALT WATER FISH Wholesale and Retail t i uul
SEND FOR TRIAL ORDER J1cilll
fermh
Kospectfnll sith I
COFFEE JOHN John A FitchcttcSolc V ollielor l e
I
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS
dl
ROGERS WISCOMB
j
ilu 1 it
1011
WHOLESALE AND JiBTAIL WROCE1IS Ul
lulI < l
Eas1 of Dosoro1 Bank I
Keep i oust intli on hind omplito RtlJek of SI MM I A ND FASt Y dllOCHII
IIIrlul the lest eltiso of oodslobi hid in UK city also ceoio rA
taCit
the tit
Imported and Domestic Fruits and Vegetables tJIel el
Wo am I ubjnirtirs for Hotel IoirdhiK Mouse I mill Famnilly Tratlc leO it f
S 1 IK Ageuuhs fur tu
LONE TIIIJU OItEAJIIEIt Y EIUJlER the do
like III
mi N hultoor 5 Ii lOIN it IILI n u PUT ui aol an
ain u oiilinllj riium0 I hUH J SlIIlM I I mNr8 Or bOlOS IInll I are IruPivi f tetleitt bar hit
to meet all COlli petition towen
harll
WIIOIEHAIE 01111 IIS in MAIL HElElVE Sll CIAI ATfENTION tiiptdl
ROGERS WISCOMB llrl
heeeh
horbor
GOLDSMITH CO t
d nu l
verccats hellk t
MCllo
it0 Ih
Ccliii noah
hll th
1 PULL Tx5TS1 OP len I
fur Ihel
the hUI
Mens Boys Childrens OvercoatS i j 1
mlllnt
her II
AT 011 n
IQlvul
GOLDSMITH COS F
lhue 10
her RIII
thu JII
PRICES 400 TO 3500 li
i l
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS otdtoo1
The Largest and Best Assortment clanK m horrol t i on I
M him
CENTS UNDERWEAR rn HOSIEHI I iioia I Mirril mid uric i
umg nil w inn Li
IN im in AT i iovi si pun 1kM i h OIIlI
Also NOVELTIES IN XMnuviS I J 11 heWII tho
Sole Agents for DUNLAPS Celebrated HAi II winch
FURNISHING GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION DAILY ARRIVIHI Ule lekult I
G MULLETT Co Olio i f
IIlnu
2H I h 8 MAIN I STIlEtiT Cillil Irl I
OIIOHIII un E l losioinci 1M 11 M Il11
WllhI <
J LLOYD
Custom Itool and Mion llIllm
Ni Jl Cast HCf 11111 i Honlh Him
HArlHI1 ilION QUARAII I I I Im
IhlubllIo1 1WV
I PE CHICHEEjTfS NV Ut7lt ENGLIS PILL Utenn
JtPu I
11 ClrlIII1 II I He II
rJ IUol 1 1s Itll II I i
hR IIlIlgllf
1 I 1 It I r
u uf IJIl <
H A M E P A U1h il f jrrtkl tliut h I li
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