OCR Interpretation


Salt Lake evening Democrat. (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1885-1887, February 12, 1887, Image 1

Image and text provided by University of Utah, Marriott Library

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85058117/1887-02-12/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

IARQEST triiJi OITV lo tsirori CIRCULATION xx Miles > It J i l rXLL Ihe I DrMncitAT lends a ns the
EDITIONS DAILY I 1t k i B emIR t BRIGHTEST AND CHEAPEST
FO l nOOl M It IJ Ie Paper In tlic Hooky Mountain Itcglon
Kd 1II011 1 M r M jLcltroxtiso Wnxt I
1111 11 I n
d Kdllloll v I M f is I
1 00 A M r I
THE DEMOCRAT
SECC > NX > ED lTXC > N
VOL IVuNO 138 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY FEBRUARY 12 1887 FIVE CENTS
WANTS I
ANII i LOIIGlNO NO 112 W SOUTH
ll0TemleVtreftiojpoll Millej House
HOMI io LOAN
TO IOAN ON TOm UlA
I uSE ODd Jewelry Ilotnls Itle ai I I
J iI I
i a Oc
rom oraY 10 IoAN ON HEAl ISlAIg IN
U UD 10 slIlI II K Inllleroy Heal I > lalo
ireD I I Malll slreel
lIININ JI
tiMJDOOOII INSOUANCU HOMUI10K
A it once OPPJA 8 llox I Halt I Inko City
fisTMlIN AM IAUIBOP IIIK KOUKr
l n LWI
A inimtnlui Oood Agents by tlio Homo
u nt Uwclailon 1 hellome Isi I tho 1lnnccr
IrrIJeDI8 8ioclBllon In tho WeI mill IMSlles l
i lrIJeDIIs k mlYuoO 3 rollclw eekyInJcmult up to f000 > 00 Over Death 1100000 llene
II 101 Win aiinnianudcnernl Audit
palIID 5ii
P
<
ItIJ t l
IIMJlaINIJIS I
uv MIWH COWS CONSTANCY ON
rEI aDd nlltl l lor sale IiilHrc ot K II l r
0 or rrnlt A llccbea
I
= = BUSINESS OARDS I
KC I j i I
D ar Burgcon 1JI8cMes 01 1I0rsc AIII
akl1llully Iraletl 1l1l11elleo loealetl AIII
lie aled Houes leelh oporalmlllTlolI 01 ve8
rlecllIgeUon IhAt mell1l8 healh Ihlrly
fan purtleal experience alHI IInlleralalltlA
rll SI 0 f 111 lr lgl r Te e fJ
I rl l rr I 1 1 WroynltI ltI t t
1t Ioke CUy
I AUIhS AND GKMIhMKNS UAKMhMS
I J Died Cleaned nuil Kcpalrcd In tlio best
alble manner Troy Hteam IJO Works 112
falltIcet
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
iAMIK IODUE NO 6 K Ol I1 IIEQ
G 1l1ar conventions every Monday at Castle
iil Walker Opera House at 710 p I m
lIllllIg Knight madewelcome
G u G
tfi
L C SWlaH K ol It
ODD FELLOWS LODGES
i ma LouaiTNo 1100 v MFEra
U eurf rimrsday ut8 00 p m In Odd Fcl
m1 Hall Union lllock Bait Lake Ulty Odd
flluwt In Kond Htandlng nro invited to attend
IAUKlU NORTON N O
J1 moMAH tlecretarj
HKElolldif ht taljcnOin r
sAFr
tls cver > Friday at 7 30 p m in Odd I
Itlllllf Hall Union Block Odd Fellows In
111I il n llnir arc Invited to attend
OSCAK KLhniNQ N 0
t
C tt A SeIlNl
OKIHN JOIHm I NO 3 I O O K MFET8
IOKIIAN I Monday at 8 00 p m in Odd Fcl
Hall Union lllock Odd Fcllowa In good
nulliig are Invltul to attend
K OAFFALIiN O
II w If IKNNBNI Secretary
Ii > GHY lODOK M 910 O F Mb BIS
every IIcllleola at 730 m In Odtl Fel
IOII 1 oc J I r8
d IIJ I ocMJrtWf N
IV M UUIIJ Hecretary
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
fED TI CKIWIv J
Lo 0 0 o o 1no 1
11 I Lake City Utah IO Box 691
I i CHAPMAN J L WIIVTOCK II I ii
NlAIVUN W1IVTOOK
Ooo1io18
ilker Opcru House Klrcstlictlcs Ailmlma
< ed
Tfophonolu lllce
B KhYSOK
Doot1st
M 1 llulldlne onponlti CouUucuUI llutul
West Tcmplo Street
8AIT LAKE CITY UTAH
i C t MPIIOIS I
i
Don1i8t
ulllit Oppmltu tho Walker llonso
ASSAYERS
J Mcl KhieTV
Assay01
Urdor McComlclts Bnnlt Muiu btreeU
SV1T bAKi CITY UTAH
M IIH1 IlhMKVl It Hit IllS
Miu1o E 11100r
U S Surveyor and Assayor
IIOOIH lt 1 KI1IUKIK1E 1 11101 K
mm 11 Ililrd I loor 1 10 1 Hox 1157
BANKS I
U S DEPOSITORY
Union National Bank
I
SALT LAKE CITY
CAPITAL FULLY PAID 200000
SURPLUS 43000 I
BlUANdUlS A INKUAl IIANKIMi HtlSI
1 t
11 Mm 1rnmpt and careful attention given
locullcrtlons
Special r Bltintlon given to tlu > Mile of OKI
1mN
> I 111 11 ION
h
i Yok Importers and Tralori National
Lrs
ble i < o Urn Central National National Hank Hank
tabuOmaha National Hank
Commercial Natlonnl Hank
JluiiU btatu t Savings I Association
1 raurOerman National Hank
1 unlion Col i irit National 1 Hank
i ll
Meul tah i National I Hank
nmincrclal l National Hank
b loCliy Hr tNational Hank
II na Hrst I National Hank
plwLliy KIrst National llanL ut Idaho
tlchiim Irst National Hank
U ii I Oregonl Irst National Hank
rrancltrn HltyOri liaiik onKrat of Cairfornla National Hank
lle Rto l Ira If cxrliBiixi direct on the prlncj
I I llUMilht Inlled KlliRdom Alii I Conll
r11t81 lilropi
It ONLY BAFlTDErOBIT VAULTS
IN rur TEUIIITOBV
lIul Prom 1 to I Jil per aiiimin
Hn u > IK n u iituiouin
hllf
AcGOlUnCK l CO
DLoNXiIULS
HAIr I AKi CITY UTAH
I l l ill Ni UU I UNKIND Html
UtUIIHPONUKNTS
Iiffi I kl I k liaporlera and Iriidorn Natlnnal
K i iin iini
t tL i siatu imunirilal Ha IIIXH Nntlniial A soi latIon Haul
yu i III Kama l Illy National hank
Ollr
mmm I luialiaNailniialllunk
fiok wn IIIWIItul HIMIM rNallonal
ONI MiiiniTiinl Niillonal Hank
W tN tl l ll ik lark A I filII
ij11 I Uhl Nrtliinul Hunk
l y Iluliii Mel omlok A Cn
rlleve Itlhn I Mclnrnk n
W III I n Flrol Nallnllalllnuk OrUlkcr
EMBROKE
EOOIcS
STATIONER
it
l
WILL REPORT MONDAY i
I
Tlic
ConlVrcncc ConiiniKoc on
tile EtliiuiiitlsTiickcr Hill
Conic to nn Agreement
I
Hoi ens Tut IIH Himself Loose anil lie
Mislnles Several Towns in
Olilo mill IciiiiHjluinln
A SI Louis Iollcotiiin Cliaiscil Mtli
Miinlei1 Hiijrijaseiimster Ai 11 icsteil
lor Train Kolilicr
CliurKCil Ulili JUuriltr
ST LOIIIH Icb 120n tlio ociiiiiK of tho
LOtli of November 188T Jlr John n How
111 all cxMnjor of Knst St Louis all ono of
tlio vvonltlilcst and most prominont resident
of Hint city was assassinated 111 front of
Ills home Homo two weeks aRo Christian
aniidt mid William Knob two jonnR hood
lums of Uast St Louis woro arrested for
robbiiiK a railroad car Yesterday they
made u statement that George W Voice a
member of tho Last Ht Louis polloo force
was Iho murder and that they saw him shoot
Mr Howman l Today Voice was induced to
oomo lo Ht Louis lry was taken to Ueleo
tivo rnrloiiRH ofllco where ho was charged
with Iho deed He underwent a sevoro ex
amination which losnltod in Jlr Frank
Bowman Hon of tho murdered man swear
ing out a warrant against him mul ho was
lodged in jail
THE COMMITTEE AGREE
Tin rilmuiiilxTurkcr Hill d > hp He
imrlril ITlaiiitU
Hpcclalloliih DIMOUUTJ 1
WAIIIINQTON Tob 121ho result of tho
Conference Committee Is favorable Tlio
particulars are not jot known
WASHINGTON 1ob 12Aftor a long ses
sion tho conferees on tho Anti 1oljgamy
bill reached a complete agicemont on the
points of diflcronco between tho two Houses
Another meeting will bo hold to perfect tho
phraseology of the bill which is expected to
bo reported to tho Hcnate Monday Iho
exact provisions of tho measure cannot ns
yet bo obtained It includes hocer what
Is regarded by tho conferees ns tho best fea
tures of tho bcnato and Honso bills Iho
section of tho Senate bill which provides for
tho appointment of n Boar of Trustees to
administer on the property of the Mormon
11 Ul wfltI
Church is omitted Iho bill repeals tho
charter of tho Mormon Church instructs the
AttorneyGeneral to institute proceedings to
recover all property of that corporation not
acquired in accordance with
Tilt lAVlH 11 Tilt UNITED STATLH
Iho church and grounds and churchyard
property used for tho purposes of worship
aro not mlorfoied with It also revokes tho
charter of the Mormon Immigration Society
dooto3tho property of both oorpo rations
to public school purposes leaves tho election
law substantially as tho present except that
it vests in tho President tho power to ap
point rth Judges subject to the oon
nrmntionof tho Senate Iho tl provisions of
tlio Honso hill authorizing tho administra
tion of tho oath to the legal I wife to sustain
tho charge of polygamy I against her hus
hfRfn nho
hand is included I Ihe provision I of the
Honso bill olImmntinR polygamists from
registration lists is also included as agreed
upon in tho conference
A TERRIFIC GALE
lIou Jre IIn Icllc
II 10 It Iu r
OANTON Ohio 1ob 120110 of tho most
severo wind and ram storms that over
visilrd Canton struck the city nt about 8
oclock jostcrday morning and listed half
an hour bcfoio it passed oil No serious
damage was dono here but at Louisville
eight miles 1 onst n cyclone struck t tho town
with terrific forco and did considerable
damage 1enccn and trees woro blon down
liko reeds houses wero unioofod shutters
and gates woro torn from their hingiH win
dow glass broken and chimneys blown down
Iho slato roof of the largo Catholio Church
was badly shattered and tho 1 loof of tho
td a A
convent shool adjoining was blown oil In nn
instant Iho damage dono will amount to
about f 8CCD
ALLIANCE 1ob 12 A tciriblo wind Hloim
amounting nlmost to n oj clone struck the
town of Louislle Ohio somo tvcho miles
west of this place about II l oclock jiBkrclny
morning
BIVIN irajIlINU 1IOUSKH WliRl llAiKl
To tho ground A large woolen mill was
partly destroyed Iho Catholio church and
Hominary woro badly damaged and n Inige
brick building occupied by JnmtH Ihnnu
was blown into tho street So uoolj a chim
ney in tho town was loft standing Several
rS III dNllflred
poisons wero more or less injured none
fatally BO fai as known Ihe loss to tho
property will excoid 100OCJ
Sevoro damages is reported from lyione
Pennsylvania but particulars are lacking
Toll graphic I communication 1 throughout 1
f 1 lS
Western Poniisjlvanla and Kastirn 1 Ohio is
twriously interrupted owing to tho high
winds and heavy rainstorms Cl
At Woostcr Ohio the top of tho Lnlhoran
church tower was blown oil Iho residence
of M K J Hard was wrecked by falling tim
bers Several other residences wero also
wrlolttl1
ROCK ISLAND TRAIN ROBBERS
1111 I
Complll K In tin llrliiir
Ciiioioo IVli 1NowtOIl I Watts Inn
iiKeniastor of tho HocU Islam lain lobbci
ncnr Morns is nmtii arrest for alhKul com
nlloily In llio crime Uo has boon 1 mlssln
Hlnco Tuesday nl ht lint not until joslorila
afternoon VVIIH It Known Unit liu nil I lioei
tnkcn Into custody Wiilnumliiv Ho vvn
convovcil to Morris by n ilelootivc
inooniinny with thu Jolliit oliiuf of iwlloc
Two nlll firnkuiuui li mill Honry Hohwartz
visit oil tliojiill UIP ruiiinliicil in llio col
with SolivviuU tluoo Inuirfl ilnrliiK vvlilo
thiro VVIIH innoli stormy tnlk Watts wn
extremely vlK < m > im in ills ilcnialH of ccitiii
stntoiiiontu Halil to lie niiulo liy Soliwnrt1
inlstroBH nnil I corroliorotcil by Holiwart
lltobUKKiiKUniastor paccil tlio lloor oxoil
oilly anil olnlmiil tho wholo jirooioilini vvn
an attoiniit to ruin him hcliwnrU tli
Mnhow woman nnil tlio ileti tio worn n
peiittilly braiiiloil by him as fnlHillirs Hi
vvholo inaltur ondod by Watts liohiK ri
tnrnoil to Chicago vvhero ho Is now < liwul
oonlliuul llioro it i no IOIIKIU any Iron
niiulo that Mm Mahow is nltui iniili arris
I
BULGARIAN BLUE BOOK
I
I
IhiKliinil lurxlrliiilili Iliilimuli
III III lillftllTII Itllkllflll
NPW VOUK IVb 1WIII Loinhin Hi
I Unitarian lllno Hook haK anniHoil IIlIlIry ill
ousslon llio Lilurnl tiros with Boarou
an oxwiilloii ilouoimoiw tjui iiiilloy of tl
tlio
Oovwrnmcnt as Inlurprotml throiiKh
ollloial iloonmonlH as nilsohiovons nnil fOil
ish anil oaloulati to ilra tho oonntiy 111I
I Honsohms war Iriiitul i imiwrs limotln I
a tlf
I JI1k
with l what is Known to havo takui i lilaoo
iitinlUolnl lni < rUpwn nrohihl lo prnvu Hi
10
1 < I
Iddeslolgh inlhipiiced by Hilisbury tho lat
ter acting as n willing tool of tho Court
has committed tho country to nn entanglement
UII oel tl vt 171
ment the conseunonco of which no living
man can foresee but which clearly enough
involves a liability to bo called on
TO TKI UP vmis at an nounft NOTHK
Against Itnssla on two continents Ihe
dilllculty in the Last centers on tho need
and possible dangerous phase showing that
tho crisis is now rapidly coming to n head
lurkey acting herein ns agent of Ilussia
proposes to tho Powers to compromise the
llulgarian l Regency matter on tho basis I of
tho agicemeiit armed nt with tho Xnnkort
party in Constantinople Ibis agreement
aims at effecting tho very thing Austria has
been working against tho recognition of tho
Kussiau element in Government
Under tho circumstances tho advice of the
ItnJnpestli Join mil to Austria to attack
Ilussia without further ceremony and make
sure before it is too lato 1 of enlisting llulgar
r It llta j 1
lan Itoumellan and Servian armies on nor
side looks not so unreasonable ns it would
havo dono weeks ago
IN SENATE AND HOUSE
Jhl Iluirililtlil IciiNloii InJho
llhllanil lllKli ol Mnj
Iho Scu
WASUINHIOV eb12ln the Senate yes
terday Stanford introduced n bill to provide
mortars and lienvj guns for tho armament
of forts and coast defences inul essels of
tho United States Referred
Inn oraon from tho Committee on In
dian Affairs reported tho bill granting the
vgco
Salt Lake t lort Douglas llolway Com
> any tho right of way across tho Tort
ouglas Military Reservation tl in Utah Cal
endar
Mho Cads Tehnanlopec bill was laid aside
temporarily
The Somite bill to nuthori7o tho litllings
Clarkes fork A Cooko City Railway Com
pany to construct and operate n railway
through tho Crow Indian Reservation was
passed
iho Senate bill granting the Utah Mid
land Railway Company a right of way
gndlal t
through gY llnoompahgro and Uintah
reservations Utah was passed
Tho Senate then proceeded to consider tho
Postofllco Appropriation bill Iho House
tP IIIPt
YS dl al
bill was amended by inserting an item pro
viding that no boxes for tho collection ot
mail 1 matter by carrier shall 1 bo placed in
side of any building except n public build
ing or a building which is freely open to tho
public during business hours or a railroad
station Iho amendment as to tho trans
portation of tho South American mails was
not taken up for consideration as it was
31oUroa f3Ih ltllr
oUroaoro d
expected to load to debate and tho bill was
laid aside till todaj
Tho Senate bill for the negotiations with
tho Shoshono and DannocU tribes of Indians
for tho relinquishing of tho title to so much
of tho lands of tho Fort Hall reservation
as is required for the uses and purposes
It e2 J
of tho Utah A Northern Railway Company
and tho Oregon Short Lino Compnnj was
passed
Tho House bill to divide tho Western Ju
ilicial District of Arkansas into two divi
sions was passed with amendments
Iho House bill empowering tho Fort
Worth A Demor City Railway Company to
construct and operate a railway through tho
Indian Territory was passed
Inxi a
A motion to reconsider sot 0 oto passing
tho bill was entered by Mr Platt so that ho
might have time to examine it
Cimeron from tho Committee on Naval
Affairs reported back with amendmuutB tho
bill < introduced by him yesterday to increase
Ia llt lh sfi alJdloR
crease tho naval estiblishraent and gave
notice that be will call it up on Monday
I lie Ilousr
WASHINGTON Fob 121 3li l > p m the
Presidents private seoiotnry was an
nounced Ho presented n message from tho
President transmitting without his nppioval
tho Dependent Pension bill Iho reading
of tho message was followed with an atten
tion more strict than generally accorded
to such n document
At its conclusion Matson of Indiana
moved that the bill and nccompanjing mes
sago bo referred to the Committee on In
valid Pensions providing tint they would
be reported buck within tho coming wtek
I ho motion was agreed to 137 to L7
1 IK Lung ami ShnrC of It
DKS Mmsui lown Teh 121ho board of
railway commissioners to day rendered n
decision in the oise in conformity with the
now InterStato Commerce law piohibiting
discrimination in long and short hauls
Iho 011 A Q had been charging tho State
fllM O per ton for carrying coal from Lewis
county to Glonwood for use in tho Asylum
for the I Ieoblo and Sick and fl2i per ton
fur coal from tho samo placo to Council
lilnlls twenty miles further for use in tho
Deif and Dumb Asjluui I lie commission
ers leconmunded that tho railroad charge
no more for short than for long hauls and say
that provisions i rd that effect will l nl ba a g
in the Stato Lcgislatuic
IIInhll1 SIIIIr
LONDON Iob 121ho National Lino
Btcnniship goon at Hca disabled was tho Hol
land She loft London January Lth for
Now Vorlc
LONDON Fob 121bo st inner Holland
from London to Now York reported yester
day morning 1 1t to t Jneenstownwith tho Tom of
her propeller vns tnwod put 111I lIlo this
moriunu
Uiiitllils lriirrul Ilcuiliiuiirtrrs
IniLADiiiiiu Pub lIho Knights of
Labor havo pmohased I property l on North
llroad Htri ot lor > 0r > UOJ anil it will bo lit ted
nil with olllooH to bo occupied in General
HcadqunrteiH of OIl lIJol in IUG United
Stall IIl1d Canadi
I llrlllsh Caliluit Meeting
i LONDON 1ob 1Tho Cabinet hold a nes
HIOII thia aftornoun consider tho proposed
bill for IhoHovernmenlof Inland
TELEGRAPH BREVITIES
llfo hobranjiino will moot on tho utnrn
of tho lluluauan deputation tn Holla
Imnois Lanunl tlio historian and pub
heist Is I dell < 1
Iho Hritisu War OHlou Committed lias de
cided to rooommeiuttho Ij O Ihirlon niaua
zllio rillo
Iho 1rcnuh Uovoinmenl is piitehnsin
timbci In Holiomla for the pnrposo J of con
Rtrnotiiii barracks
Tho London Ttinn comnionlhiK on the
voto on Iarnollx aniondnunt hajs Ihe
nnitod forces of tho Separatists only auo
ooodedin showing that thoy nro in a hopo
loqmninorlt >
KCiitH Mniitcil
In sill our Standard I Holiday SubHciiiitlon
IIL 1 Irf
tmblications tho Worlds Wonders Pier
loss Parallel 1anilly lllblos Iho Hoiin
Ikijoril or Viows of Hoavon nnil 1 Its Itehv
tionfl to llnrtli Wealth hv tho Wajside 01
tho Hecrots of HIICCORS and lapiilnoss 1 I hi
Hcioosof tho 1111 Ills bj J Y lluol Ills
for Oankolls Compendium of 1ornis
iho Worlds Historical and Actual tin
I Kplenilld Albums and last 1 hut not least Itov
Iotlh
X
Ham Joins hooK of Bormons I illustrated
llioonly book of this charactir over pub
lishid IrosiHclumsof tlniHanio llro f75
Auonts Itov Bum Jones Is coming lo thl >
OOAH Now Is tho timo to socnrn jnitroutllti
and teilitorj ami tako jour choice Ihi
best terms and oxchmivo toirltory uivon
1or full particulars tcims etc apply bj
letleilolho
M IhsroiiioAi IliiiiisiiiNfi Oo
I U1 I Hutter St
San rranoiHeo Cnl
1 0 I Woodwind 1 MumiKor
I
JJ
SWEPT BY THE FLOOD
I
i The Itiislncss Portion of He
Town of Lyons Mldil iiii
I Viislietl Awny
I
I he Jtcnt Strike In NOT York Knilpil
mill Iluslncss Assuming Its
Normal Condition
Jlciglullt Making Urcnt War Irrparn
lions Mublllntlon ul Troops on
tliu French Frontier
IIclelimiN Vilr IrepuriUloilx
ItnussKLW Fob 12It is nunouncca that
nil the forts in Belgium along tho frontier
ot franco have received complete war nrmli
monts Preparations have mm been cir
riod to tho extent of mobilizing troops
King Leopold will ho commanderInohlof of
Uo llelgian forces with General Rriolmont
as chief of BtnfT Tho Count of Flanders
irotLcr of tho King will command tho first
army corps and General Vandcrsmis the
second
Iho Ministry will probably innke tho
ad rioII t WKr
rio bl
adoption of obligatory military service n
Cabinet question
PEACE IREIQNS ONCE MORE
Ih lnNter Nlrlk IIn OIllC
to nn Unit
NEW YOIIK Feb 121ho 1I0ld says
Iho Executive Hoard of District Assembly
No 41 last night declared tho great strike
at an end Its reasons fordoing BO are con
tained in tho following statement issued by
the Executive Board
A committee of dissatisfied men employed
on the Heading Railway called on Austin
Corbm at his Philadelphia office yesterday
morning and informed him that they would
strike at noon if terms were not made
satisfactory to No 49 Tho men said it was
impossible to hold to the BO called
agreement if it was not made more
definite Mr Corbin consulted with Mo
Loan receiver of tho coal company and
It was decided to open the Eliznbethport
works in a week He Rave as a reason for
not opening them immediately that would
take at leist three or four days to Ret coal
from the mines I Ho also promised i to pay
tho highest I unices fn differences istb
IIro
TO 1IF SUBMITTED TO AIIUITIUTIOV
Ono arbitrator to he chosen by tho company
and one by the men and one to be called
if tho two fail to agreo After
n conference between Mr c f
an the committee n meeting of
Knights of Labor was hold and it
was decided to accept in the t interest of
commerce and tho industries of the State of
Now York and to recommend to nil of those
who support the employees of Mr Corbin
to return to work by Monday And
should there be any discrimination against
our people by any corporation the fight
will be continued m our own way It was
resolved that all coal handlers except those
at llobokeu 1ort Johnson Weehawken and
Perth Amboy shall return to work
NEW YORK Feb 12 roUcming thc rclnr
ntion of District Assembly No 4t that the
strike was off thero was a general nub
of longshoremen and freighthandlers
along tho whole river front this morning
to Ret back to work At somo piers along
Hast liver the strikers had not oven waited
for orders from headquarters but had gone
back to work on tho best terms they could
make As early as C oclock gangs
of strikers were seen around tho
piers waiting to catch tho foremen
and bnueriuteiideiits as thov came to their
respectivo piers At tho Main Steamships
Companys pier nil tho old bands had re
turned At tho Clyde Mnllory and Ward
1 f8llorhal
piers also many old hands had
found their way back but in no
instance wero they recognized as Unionists
By Monday it is expected tho business of
tho companies will hate resumed its normal
shape
THE GREAT FLOOD
JIII 1Ihc Iorliu or hc o
or i on SOI1 Aaj
DKTIOIT Feb 121ho rising waters at
Lyons hao shut out all communication
with tho outside world by wile Tho
Eienimj Joiinial correspondent sends
tho following special from Muir on
tho opposite sido of tho mcr that place being
J h rld cl cl er tJ j
ing reached by a circuitous route I I lie Hood
continues tho wator rising ono foot an
hour Iho grand ledgo pfco reached hero
this morning forming n jam thirty feet
deep abovo tho bridge causing thomerto
lcio its bed and rushing with
might forco through tho business
portion of Lyons swept over > thing
before uit Twenty buildings wero carried
away and as many more wero moved from
thoir foundations Several business fronts
also wero broken in by tho ico and floating
timber A partlon of the bridge was lifted
from tho abutments and went down with
the ice
Hem > Sunw Storm III 1111111111
MONTIIKAI Teh 12 Owing to n very
heavy snow storm outgoing trains wero all
cancelled and many visitors wero forced to
remain another day
1rluII mollmclIl
LONDON 1eb 12 Parnolls nmondmenl
to tho address in reply to 1111 QneenV
speech wan rejected 115 to LMti
rnvtlios Patent Spilnj Motor
A very ingenious httlo mnchino lias
II boon placed on exhibition in ono ol
h li li
lHI to g
C II Parsons allow unuluUH nneil foi
running sou ing machine wlllllow tli8
plujs snmll lathes ok Iho power ic i
obtained by a nones of springs the
sec iot of life invention being that iin >
iiuinboi of Hpringn lIIav be attached
ono shaft theieby obtaining the iinitei
pouei of all at tho HHIHI time while tin
Hpeed ini lie hanged from fiM to slow
ui ico cisi at will lj means of nil nil
got m not Ilio loprcscntutivi of tin
I rivvkiH Manufacturing Compuiv 01
Chicago who inannfactuiea these inn
I ililncrt will leniain in town u few dnji
looking aftoi the inteiestHot tho nhou
Him
i
C iiutii is u constitutional 1 I 1 I i disease
I lloodn SatKipnllii J l oli is u tonstitutioiu I
lenieih It tuioa cataiih iio it I
dial
Vrier Dlplitheiln
Diiilitheiia I I m u terrible dihoaso utqiiir i
it Os kWt lil
ing tlio gioitest incdlcil I xkill to elleel i
coinpletoiUiu Ken wlion itw iiowei II i
bioken it lings to tho natient with grea
peiHistenc and of Ion loaen tho HjnUin
1 iiolHonud mid pioHtrated Just lien 1
I lloodn SarHnpvrilhi does u ast amoun
I of gK > d expelling Impniltics from tin
I Mood ilving it ilchneHs mid ltidih
liltti it lenovates anil HtiiMigtliens tin
AIII
I Hrie Neufohatel and relnliiimi iheeM
Jn iit 1 urrhed 0 It Uiitsis
It
I II 0
PHANTOM HORSE AND RIDER
SloueH nil J licit noli IUd III lhrou1h I
HIP JrnumU of 11 IUIIInrJ
I
HmtllulP
I
Much excitement exists ut thu Virginiti
Military Institute at Lexington over nn II
inexplicable l phenomenon j
On thu night of tho 23th lilt shortl
after 12 oclock IIH thc Hcntinel was
walking his beat Ills attention was at
tracted tin otigh the Rally port to the front
of the barracks by a slight Bound rescm
Mini the rustling of leaves IiiRtantly
ictweim the two large fortysix
lonml sicgu pioccH theru appeared
It soldier drcBsed In u Confeder
Uo uniform and mounted on u largo gray
horse His sword was drawn his horso
tightly reined up and two white plumes
loatcd above his head The sentinel at
Irst almost piraljvod with terror gazed
upon the object but an instant when the
horse started througUTho sallyport into
ho courtyard at a round trot crossing
tho sentinels beat and making no auiliblu
II
sound although I ho was gassing over a
solid brick pavement The sentinel chal
lenged with n loud oieo
Who goes there
Thc rider did not heed thc challenge
but passed on nt tho same pace until ar
riving at an abrupt dangerous and im
passable precipice in the rear of the bar
racks he vanished
Tho sentinel promptly called his cor
poral who informed tho lieutenant ol tho
guard and officer of tho day Tho guard
was immediately turned out and though
a close and minute search was instituted
no trace of horse or rider could be
found
On the next night n similar phenome
non was witnessed by a party of cadets
and citizens This time iv sentinel was
stationed in the center of the sallyport to
await the appearance of the horse and
man At the same time as the night be
fore preceded by tlio samo soundtho
horse and rider appeared and stalled
through tho sallyport at a quick pace
Tho sentinel commanded
Halt I Who goes there
The horse approached nearer and
nearer to the sentinel until within two
feet of the point of thc bayonet and an
ishcd only to reappear just in the rear of
the sentinel Then ho passed on in the
direction he had taken tho preceding
night again disappearing nt the edge of
the precipice
An old veteran present recognised thc
form of the rider to bo none other than
that of General Stonewall Jackson So
far no explanation can bo gien i I
Tho Art of Mixl2 Liquors I I
Oil jes it is a good deal of an art to
mix drinks properly said the barkeeper I
as he set tho cocktail on the mahogany
and put 15 cents in the drawer Some
barkeepers make big wages too becaute
they can mix i n drink in a fancy shape
but thats I nothing l compared rrhsl what i
somo men make that can mix the liquors
themselves Almost any man can mix
a little Angostura and s > rup and whisky
and shako I it up but when a man can put
fs ri la 1
somo raisins and pure spirits and 1 tew
drugs inn barrel and make prettr good
liquor hes an artist and a dandy Those
fellows I enl high but tho 1 wholesalers I II
havo to have em I know one big liquor
house in Chicago that pays a man 10
000 a jear to make liquor for them The
other houses hao tried to cet him but
Ins firm wont let him go You take a
man that can have tho 1 head 1 of Ot the house
say to him at supper Casey Curacoa
want 100 barrels of 78 Maryland rve
right oil and can go and make up the
rlloo order out of f 7he raw material i and
get it barreled by 0 oclock in the morn
ing and hes tho life of the business
Ten thousand a jear aint much for him
Detroit Journal
Mink Mcliimmlns Lhcry Stable
Main Street north of Walker House
A first class fully equipped establish
ment in every particular
SiAMhii Ciirrivis for sale at Sam
hovj s cigar manufactory at 50 cents per
pound superior to any tobacco in tho
market
Lost
On rriday Iebruurj 4 between tho
Nineteenth ward and Main street a 25
bank note The finder will please leave
rV A N
at this offieo and bo rewarded
Liquids by Mall
Liquids can now bo sent by mail Con
sult by letter and receive treatment at
your own house
Dn NEED 2Vfi Main St
Salt Lake City
I
For Kent
tomfoitable rooms well furnished
near business center jet quiet and re
tired foi residence also ono suite ot
rooms not furnished suitable for light
housekeeping No111 West Temple
street third house south of Valley House
Srnmlal
AssailmentH oil Mr A 15 Perrys char
ncter is utterlv falsa and without founda
tion A GALUACHEK
AOTICE
Please report all irregularity in the deliv
ery of tho DEMOCIUT at ouoo to this oflloe
cither in person or by postal card
Cigars I Cigars
When j on want to awoke and desire a
i eiyai > ou must 50 to Sam Ixivjs White
International Union Cigar Factory where
vou can get an > thing in the smokers
linn at prues that are 1IlIl down
171 A i 173 Main St
The Worth 8 stem
Mis Punor will give Instructions in tho
celebrated WoimiSvsTiM of cutting
and fitting Tor terms mid further par
Honiara apply to 358 West First South St
1
L Indigestion or Constipation
few llAMiHitu Fills uro all that is
neiessary for tho euro of tho severest
MHOS of indigestion or constipation and
Olin taken occasionally will prevent tho I
l development of theso nlicttions L5 i
i cents t all diuggisls 1 1 Mack A
I CD piopiietora S V
j > ei ArrluiN
I I Wo mi getting In u fresh stock dully In I
i I TJIII lines of fancy and staple gicxorlos
fish game and poultry and chouo finitH
> I Our brisk trade Insures our patrons that i
I everything in our line is fresh and of tho
llnest iuiillt iivo us inall Itoniem
I Ul I 0 II Durst I next to tho Walker
1 House
< 1 W
I
f
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
J
GENTLEMEN CAN PURCHASE OF
HANNAMAN Co
DURING FEBRUARY FOR CASH ONLY I
SHIRTS
J
Mens Fine Hats Furnishing Goods
ETC ETC
At 75 Cents on the Dollar
THIS IS A BONA FIDE SALE
MAIM TO nnnrn STOCKVKIOH TO MAUCH IST
WE HAVE NO JOn LOTS TO PALM OFF <
lint otler our Kntiro Line which in thc Ilu est Most Attractive and Complete Stoi k
of MKNS TINT KritNISIHNCiS in Itah
HANNAMAN CO 142 Main Street
We Offer for Thirty Days Only
Our ENTIRE STOCK of
WINTER UNDERWEAR
AT
TWENTYFIYE PER CENT DISCOUNT
G MULLETT CO
216 S MAIN STREET
OPPOSITE THE IOSTOFFIOK SALT LAKE CITY
METROPOLITAN HOTEL
THE METROPOLITAN
OTEL
I
THK ABOVE WELLKXOWN HOt E IS HIOPKNMJ AS
I A FTIR STYE CLASS FAMILY HOTEL
Bofurnishcc1 ThroUghoUt
I
ELEGANT ROOMS SINGLE AND EN SUITE
I CaBIEN cs SMALLS
1
BEEF MUTTON PORK ETEf N
IA Revelation Among the Butchers
ST AMP E 0 E IN BEE F C IRe l E S
f
Beef Mutton and Pork for Cash Only
PlUME POfiTEBIIOUPr AND TENDERLOIN STEAK per iouml 12 > rents
PBIME BOAST 12i
BOUND STEAK or 1
CHUCK STEAK 8
BOILING BEEF Best Cuth rG
LEGS AND LOINS Or MUTTON < H
MUTTON CHOPS 8
BBEAST OB NECK 01 MUTTON 4
PORK CHOPS AND LOINS or 8
BOAST Ol rom AND SAUSAGE 8
All of the above u Sjiecial Beiluction for Gush Without Deltery by
G AJVJC > S
CORNER THIRD SOUTH AND MAIN STREETS
1 SPENCER KIMBALL I
Boots and Shoes
COME AND SEE OUR BARGAINS
I3XT
Ladies Gents Misses and Childrens SHOES
Job Lots Single Pairs Shop Worn
ALL CBEAP
SPENCER KIMBAll
F AUERBACH BRO
F AUERBAOH BRO
1
Final CLEARANCE Sale
i Such Bargains Were Never Offered Before
VLI WINTER GOODS AND J stHILl S STOCK MIST no i >
I
SILKS SATINS AND BROCADES
At 50o 75c and 85c Worth Double
I
100 COMHINATION DUESSKS lieiliued 1 M IHT tent
woo Pieces NIW EMIUtOinEUlE lit Teniptint 1riceH
WK LADIES MISSES ND MUlmtENS CLOAKS lteluml NO Low II H lo
foicu theli Hale
I 1 r00 1joces TKIMMLNCih Uitibt ht > Us tit Less limn Eastern Cost
i aoo HOYS M > CIULDIJENS I SUlrS ANU I OVERCOATS ut Kiistern CoM
COME EARLY AND COME OFTEN IT WILL PAY YOU
I
WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD J Estnblishod 1804
F A UERBACa cfc BRC >

xml | txt