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IAS LAJlE DAILY SH5B2J5 1JD BBliR JANJAJf IS 1880
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SALT LAKE DAILY HERALD
t 9 WLDE y MOBSCJa JAN 14 1280
L THE DAILY HERALD is published
every morning Mondays eiccpted at
1 Ea5t Temple street near First South
a Salt Lake City by the HERALD PRINT
4 ING and PuausHniaCoiiPAMT Sub I
scription price 1050 per annum post
age included parts of a year at tho
sime rate To weekly subscribers
fri rJcollection made by carriers twentyfive
J cents a week
J TEE SEMI WEEKLY HERALD is
published every Wednesday and Satur
f ilay morning at 420 a year postage
included parts of year at the same
I iate
< 1f 1l
4 f GEORGE W EMERY will be reap
I f c pointed Governor of Utah and dont
P you forget it
i RED HEADS Tribune on Chief JUE
lice Hunter His real business in
Washington was to prevail upon the
President to reappoint Governor
f Emery Men of more discretion and
decency would have regarded thia as
a business in which they could not
becomingly tak e part It belongs to
t the domain of politics and the judi
cial ermine cannot escape smirch
when it Is bedraggled n ao turgid a
T pool It is i unbecoming in a public
4 officeholder tO because the choice
I of men to administer their public
affairs belongs to the people and they
t i resent ai intrusion tho meddlesome
t interference of those public servants
f who neglec their duties to defeat
I t them of their will And Judge Hun
ter is tho JaH I man in Utah who
I should tave made himielf conspicuous
3 in tbH contoversy as he has been so
L I short a time amongst us that he really
J 4 docs not understand the meritj of the
t case in issue
t
MORE BED HEADED INCONSISTENCY
k I i
iJ Chief Justice Hunter wants Gover
nor Emery reappointed for which
i I i the ju3t9 is being tnoit shamefully
t abuseil by the Tribune This euggeets I
several conundrums Associate I
Justice Etaertoa aIm wants Emery
r
4 reappointed Yet tho Tribune eays I
nothing a anst his honor Poat
f raaiter Lynch is a friend tj Emery
E and desires to C have hid rxcellency
I continued in office and for tus Mr
Lynch is rekad over the coals and his
2 offica integrity called in question
i and
1 Marshal Shaugbnessy 12 openly
r gallantly working in the interest of
n the Governor and if Emery is reap
t pointed ho can Mlributa not a
f little of his euccesa to the
raarahaPa eCortr yet the Tnbune
z finds no ftalt with Col Suaujjhneacr
f Surveyor General Salomon does not
t attempt disguise the fact that he
warmly endorses Governor Emery
< i and heartily recommends him for
reappomtaicnt but the Tribune does
not assail the generals private cha
rioter or official integrity ai it has
done in the case of Hunter and
I Lynch Why slojl 1 tber be these
f distinctions and this favoril sm All
of tbess federal officials have been
equally ecrnett and sincere in their
endorsements and support of Governor
Emery and all have done whit laid
in their power to do in his bthalf
Why ehould one be scandalized and
libeled for doing what is treated as no
offense ia another
COMUUXICATE1
LOOK AT HOME
The present is one of those periodi i
cal occasions when the civilizad world
resounds with the ell refrain of the
woes of Iieland Isnt it a curious
thing that above al l people ia Cans
tondoai the people Ireland hua an
inexhaustible if intermittent fointain
of sorrows to spurt up booe the
whole worlJ Is tere any sorrow
like unto our sorrow ask tory Let
ua charitably Inpe not One kt ol
the kmJ is sufficient for thia outu
I Teero must be tOme reason in the
nature of the Irish people for this
porenu al unpleasantness If one is
well mcquaiLtjJ with towns and cities
of Great Britain ha will kuow that
many Irish people live t joro and he
will ao i know that tIn Irish quarter
of a city or large town is the quarter
I wher ° duitfki iud fights and row and
Salui ay night lo aterousuoss abaiuid
I An I isu i neighborhood is i almost ic
vanally an ixsifabb quarrekoms
4 turbulant neighborhood The typi
cal Insbmu is generally spoiling
for a fight If jou see a head hit
I It eays he If youve got a govern I
mt Tm it a h nJ
J J LH
I i
I oao cf the mOEt inpuh and ezct
I I able of men he is often tjrmbd the I
t Will Inabiuao You dont
hear people speak of the
I P wild Englishman or the wild
I
Scctshmau or the Will Welshman
TheEaglwhmaa is mbar sbn in ex
cltsmeut So is tho 3cotdiTi and
he is shrewd and cautious too The
f Welsoman ia testy enough yet still
has a hrge amount of eelfcontrol
f But when an Irishman is mad
and it doesnt taka rauch to make
him so all the world must know it
I He ia of such an explosive tempera
ment that he cant keep his passion
I to hiaiBslf ho must take everybody
I into his confidence friend
or foe EO
far as 10 let them kov he is in high
T dudgooc
Dont think that we wish to run
I down the Irish Not a bit of it We
do not know that any Irishman has
j evur harmed us They are pretty
goed fellows in many respects Bat
i
j thy are not perfect they have their
1 S faulte If we philosophically look at
the Irish as they are they need not
jump to the conclusion fiat we do it
IM S a out of illwill Burns thought it
i would bo a good thing if we conld see
5 oaraelves as others see u and herein
we are simply giving our view of our
Irish fellow creatures in some salient
aspect and ail in goad part
Mr Parnell his come 10 America
to tell the tao anew of Irelands suf
r fering to elicit sympathy and to
solicit subscriptions All right
I Ii The American people are frea
i fl to give nil they pease of both Has
1 Ireland any grievance Certainly
Everybody hw grievar ces But every
country doss LO ye I a oot i3 griev
0 1 B nor seek tol
redress those grievances in the violent
way tbat Irishmen do When the
Irish get into one of their periodical
spasms over their grievances they
send their barbaric yawp over the
roof of the world U and would startle
every nation on the globe out of itJ
propriety juet as in a smaller way
they Btartlg the neighborhood with
their Saturday night brawls and
rough and tumbles There may be
a good deal of truth in Irelands sor
rows but there is also a good deal of
blatherskite about them
Let us personify the British govern
ment and stretch the figure a little
Of all John Bulls numerous wives
Mre Ireland is the one and the only
one that 13 neglected and abused
beyond endurance Poor creature
she cant stand it at all at all and
she wont stand it at all at all 6h
piancea up and down the neighbor
hood detailing her grievance and <
screaming and swearing and calling
the old man all sorts of ill names
telling everybody his good fault
declaring that she is the most abused
poor woman that ever lived vowing
that she wont live with him and
that she will have divorce and ali
mony and lawyers fees and court
expanses and the old mans wool off
his head and his hearts blood too
and all that sort of thing
Now the neighbors certainly the
more sensible of them think not
withstanding tho ladys virtues and
that she may have some just cause of
complaint that she is a publio nuis
ance and is a rather bad egg EO
far and that she must have some
faults on her side whether the o
man is perfect or not Consequent
they feel inclined to say to her
Shut your blabbing moatb hold
your scolding tongue go home and
mend things look after your children
wipe their noses wash their face
comb their hair rnd see that they
dont go unkempt ragged and dirty
We dont want to hear your family
secrtti for everlasting We have
enough of our own For they reed
lect that his other wives Mrs Scotland
land Mrs Wale Mrs Canada Mr
Australasia Sirs West Indies and
Mrs East Indiesget along tolemly
well with him and dont go scream
ing all cvar town aud country about
how brdly the old man uses them
Nay Mrs Canada actually talks
in this way changing the pronouns
and the verbs in the quotation which
is from a reputable Phi a9Iphia
I paper as a recent expression from
TorontoI have no grievance such
as tho Americans had when they
fought for liberty I govern myself
and am free to do as please Britain
contola me with a silken rein and a
long as ho allorca me to go my own
way I will be content to remain not
altogether a dependency btt as I
am in reality his ally
The fact is Ireland ia i a chronic
sorehead and she refuses to bo com
forted consoled or conciliated be
cuse sho cant have her own wild
and wilful way in everything With
all her virtues sho is inveterately die
contented quarrelaonir and turbu
lent
Let us make a supposition Sup
pssa Americana look at home instead
of looking at Ireland Irish malcon
tents will lie in ambush and merci
lesaiy ana muraeroueiy eaooi uurvu
their supposed enemies in cold blood
or rather we should say in hot blood
for it is an open question whether an
Irishmans blood is ever cold The
Mormons here in Utah have
grievances Suppose tjey were to lie
in wait in that way and shoot down a
governor a judgo a maiehal for
some fancied or real wiong Suppose
a Mormon Pmell were to go into
tho atat33 and tel the story of Mor
mon injuries to elicit sympathy and
solicit subscription How much
sympathy and how many dollars
would he get 1 Yet no British
government official acts so insultingly
and go inimically and so tyrannically
town da the people of Ireland as some
federal officias bays acted towards
the people or Utah No newspaper
in Ireland supporting the British
government is a tenth part so scands
lously indecent so outrageously libel
lous so villainously insultng and eo f
utterly unprincipled toward too peo t
ple of Ireland na the newspaper
federally supported in this city is to I
tin Mormon people Ireland has re i
b
presentalivea in the British parlia c
ment Utah has no representatAea b
Sl
in 4i TTI nl Oii n 0
u 1 Juugrc rU
Britain is i an ancient monarchy and
the United Sits ia a democratic re
ptibhr with til the modern improve
ments The tenor of British le ida
tion for f IreaaJ for many years has
been steadily towards liberality and I i
conciliation The tenor of congres
sional lcgulit on towards Utah for
man years has been steadily towards I
ilhberahty and irritation and this I
current session strenuous efforts are I
under way to surpass ull former legis
lation in illiberality injustice and
proscription towards Utah The Queen
of England never speaks of the
people of her dependencies in a bit
ter tyrannical prescriptive and per
sccutivo spirit never recommends
Parliament to enact laws of that de
scription The President of the
United States did all these things to
wards the psople of this territory in
his message to Congress last month
Yet the Queen of England is an he
reditary monarch and an empress
but the executive of the United States
i3 a eemipopularly elected president
of a federation of democratic repub
ics But Utah is not Ireland and
the Mormons are not Irish not to
any appreciable extent What if
they were
Again we say it is good to look at
homo sometimes
Mcdills Married
Quincy Ills 14S J Medulla
managing editor of tho Chicago
Tribune was married this evening to
Mica Nellie Murray Carson daughter
of Colonel John B Carson general
manager of the Hannibal and St
Joseph Railroad f
I
Indications are that the distress in
County Kerry Ireland will amount
to a famine 1
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LATEST TELEGRAMS
to
FORTYSEXEH CONGRESS
t
REGULAR SESSION
SENATE
Waibiugton 14 Davfr of Illinois
he vicepreaident Beck Williams I
Allison Kirkwood Baldwin Ferry
aviBPendleton and others presented
petitions of women aiking for the
emoval oi their political disabilities
end for a constitutional amendment
given women citizens the right to
vote
voteKernan
Kernan and Bayard presented pe
itions t in favor of the Bayard resolu
ion withdrawing the legal tender
quality of treasury notes
Several petitions were presented for
a commission of inquiry in the alcc
lolic liquor traffic
Davis of West Virginia from the
committee on appropriations re
ported with an amendment the bill
to t relieve the United Stales treasurer
f from the amount now charged to him
and deposited with the several states
Placed on calendar
The bill to increase tho pensions of
totally disabled eoliiera and tailors
was taken up
The bill was finally passed It in
creases the pensions of such person
from 50 to 172 per month
After a short executive session ad
journed till tomorrow
HOUSE
WasbiDgiop HThe bill for the I
free importation of chssical antiqui
ties parsed
Buckner chairman of the commit
tee on banking and currency ro
ported a bill requiring toe reserve of I
national banks to be kept in gold and
ilver coin
Martin desired to offer an amend
mcnt providing that the United States
treasury notes shall be receivable for
all dues to the United States except
ing for duties on imports and shall
not bo otherwise legal tznder
Buokner refused to yield for that l
amendment and the bill was post
poned until tcmorrow
The provisions of Bucknors bill are
as follows
Section provides that the national I
bank act be eo amended as to require I
every banking association to keep in I
gold or silver coins onehalf of the re
aerve lund now required by law
Secton 2 provides that any bank
ing association failing to comply with I
toe provisions of tection 1 shall not i
be allowed to increase its liabilities bj
making any new loans or diecoun I
ctaerwise than by discounting or pur
chasing bills of exchange payable at I
sight nor mase any dividend of iti
profits until the requirements of this <
bill are complied with
Upson from the committee on mil
itary sfliiira reported a bill appropri
ating 200000 for the creotion of
iiiitable pests for the protection of the
RIO Grande frontier Referred to
committee of the whole
Warner from the committee on
banking repoited back the resolution I
directing the secretary of the treasury
to report under what law and condi
tions the United States treasury be
came a member of the New YOlk
clearing house and whether said
clearing house accepts treasury cer
tificates payable in silver coin in the
settlement of balance or whether
the settlement of balances in standard I
silver dollars or silver certificates is
prohibited by the rules of the clearing
house Adoptsd
Tho House wont into ccmmittea of
the whole Carlisle in the chair on
the report of the committee oti rules
After considerable debate and with
out action the committee rose
Executive communications were
laid before the House from the sec
retary of the navy asking for an ap
propriation of 10000 to enable him
to fulfil his contract with Vienna
Ream Hrxe for a statue of Admiral
Farrigaut Adjourned I
so
25AIKE
Augusta BTho senate met at
t oO and adjourned till 10 a rn Thurs
day No election of governor today
A largo number of men were in the
rotunda of tne state house
It is reported that there is a rupture
between Solon Chase and Liben F
Pillsbury Chase ia against tho use
of any force and will abide the de
cision of toe supreme court He
says that unless democrats come up
to this he will withdraw
The house met at 3 this afternoon
The Robinson committee on elections
reported as elected members ceitified
by the covornor and council that
seventy3ix had appeared and were
qualified Dickey from tho same
committee reported that the com
mittee had unanimously agreed to re
port in favor of unseating Joseph
Dunnel republican member from
from West Crook and seating Mur
ret W Stiles democraton the ground
that Dunnell hid but t70 majority I
and that many men at least voted for I I
him who had no right to do eo It 1
was n clear case and be moved that I
t3e report be accepted Hill of the
nmmitfpp said ho bad intended In
bri gin a n minority reportbut the
t committee was not appointed until I
J this morning and Duunell had nc
opportunity to appear and bo beard
Ho was a greenbacker and had no i
bye for the republican party but
was here to do his duty fairly and
squarely anJ wanted the matter
postponed
A largo number of people at Bath
Portland and Bangor alarmed at the
reported condition of atirs here
were ready to start for Augusts but t
before the trains left were informed I
by telegraph that there waj no
particular necessity ior their presence
Is many came to be on the ground i
omorrow assurances were given by
103s in command at the state bouse
that no alarm need be felt in regard to I
ny defense necessary for the protec
tion of records and the people The I I
usionists are busy holding a cauu
tonight and it 13 hinted that tho for
ward movement postponed to day
will be vigorously pressed tomorrow
and that Attorney McCiellan is pre
paring a warrant for the arrest of
General l Chamberlain There is a
police > force of 150 at the state house
tonight and sentiaela are placed out
side the entrance
The Rose of Death I
Before the hectic flush which has
been poetically called The Rose of
Death appears on the wasted
cheeks and the cough which always
precedes it arrest them with HALES
HoNEY OFtlOBEHOUND AND TAB the
lost powerful antidote to pulmonary
disease ever offered to tho world in
any age or country It is a perfect
iUam to the irritated lungs and
throat and relieves hoarseness and
nIl 1 affections of the breathing appa I
atus with a rapidity almost beyond
belief Sold by al druggists every
here Depot CBITIEXTONS Medi
na Warehouse 7 Sixth Avenue
New York Price 50c and 1 Great
saving to get large size
P P ffszsn Cornwall Orange
County N Y writes HALES HONEY
OF HOREHOUND AND TAR acd PIKES L
TQOIHAOHB DROPS both have a good
and increasing sale j15
WASHINGTON I
Washington HTho Senate com
mittee op elections continued the
examination of witnesses in the re
buttal of testimony taken before the
ub committee in New Orleans
Twitchell at present United States
consul at Kingstsn Canada and who
was formerly a member of the
nui5an i state senate testified that
there was no truth in the statement
that he bad received money forvoting
for Kellogg Pierre Maglevo teati
tied similarly
The bill introduced in the Senate
today by Boar relative to the claims
of states against the United States
provides that several states which
have claims against the United States
may present the same to the court of
claim ou or before March 1st 1881
and all claims not so presented thai
be forever barred After hearing
such cases the COIrt hall comrmun
cate to Congress the nature and
groandi thereof their concluiions of
foot and law in regard to the same
and any consideration which may be
pertinent to the question of tho legal
or equitable obligation of the Unit d
Slates to pay tho same
The House currency committee to
day resumed consideration of Prices
bill to exempt sight bank deposits
from taxation Au amendment re
pealing the 2 per cent tax on checks
was adopted The question on adopt
ing the bill as amended for report to
the Ho ise was lost by a tie vote
Consideration of the Fort and Price
reeolut one and that portion of tho
Presidents message recommending
thn abolition of the legal tender qual
ity of greenbacks together with
Lounaburyo bill repealing the legal
tender clause wore all made the
special order for next Wednesday
The Senate finance committee at t a
special meeting took action on the
Bayard resolution Tha phrase
treasury notes of theUnited State
employed in this joint resolution sa
originally iniroduced was today by
common consent replaced with tin
words United States notes EO na
to conform to the statutory designa
tion After this verbal change the
full text of the measure presented fur
the committees action today was as
follows
Resohed by the Senate and House
That from and after the passage of
this resolution all United States notes
shall be receivable for all dues to the
United States excepting duties on
imports and shall not be otherwise a
legal tender and any of said notes
hereafter reissued snail bear thin
superscription
A discussion of about an hours
duration ensued at the end of which
Bayard submitted a motion that ttu
joint reEoution be repotted to the
serrate vith tho recommendation for
its passages
A vote was immediately taken on
this motion with the following re
j suits Ayea Bayard Kernan Wal
lace and Merrill nays Voorheca
Beck Ferry and Allison absent
Jones of Nevada The motion was
therefore lost by the vote At the
suggestion of Bayard it was then
agreed by common consent that in
view of tho known sentiments of
JonEE his voe ehoulJ bo considered
as cast against the joint resolution
and it should accordingly be reported
back to the senata adversely
Senator Bayards joint resolution to
repeal tao legal tender power of
greenbacks will bo reported back to
tha Senate adversely t > morrow ic
etead of remaining locked up in the
committee by a lie vote because lie
personally requested the committee
not to wait for the return of Senator
Jones but to report it at once al
though adversely iu order that he
and those who sympathize with bis
views may teat the view of the Senate
on the imporlant question as soon fit
possible This urgency as will bo
readily referred is based upon the
belief that a majority of the Senate
will sustain his position on the sub
ject but very few of his friends seem
to be equally sanguine The best
judgment at present is that the propo
sition as it stands cannot obtain
anytbiag like a majority rote and
opinions are divided as to the pros
pools in the event of its being so
amended as to make the date for the
repeal remote say five years henoj
The view of individual senators still
incline however towards the predic
tion that neither house will vote for
any change of the exutiug laws re
lative to national currency this
session
Representative McMahon who has
charge of the preparations of the t mar
shals deficiency appropriation bill
says that several thousand dollars
were used for the payment of special
deputy marshals at the California
election last December and that no
I
money will be appropriated to re i
imburse a marshal anywhere for such
expenses I
FOREIGN
Madrid HThe minister of for
eign afTvrs has been authorized by
the cabinet to submit a bill to the
Cortes for a modification of the im
port duties on sugar and molasses
rom Cuba and Porto Rico and for
the suppression of duties on sugar
ane from thoie island
Berlin BThe Provincial Corres
pondence denies the assertion of the
I Aurora the organ of the Vatican
thai endeavors to establish a compro
mise between Prussia and the Vatican I
restj solely with Bismarct and says
such assertions arise from ignorance
or possibly wilful misconception that
the ecclesiajiical laws belong to the
Prussian internal policy the respon
sibility for which Bismarck share
with his colleague
Pari HThe Temps ea6 Ad
vices from Madrid state that Premier
Canvas Del Cattillo is still endeavor
ing to induce the opposition members
of the Cort23 to resume their soatr
It is rumored that if ho fails hewi1
take one of three courses propose a
law declaring the seats of absentees
vacant dissolve tho Corte or resign
If he adopts tho latter course Seller
Sagasla will form a new cabinet
General Martinez Campos has prom
ised to euppsrt Seller Sagasta if the
King calls tho liberals to power
Havana HA grand official ban
quet will be given in honor of Gen
Grant and a brilliant reception ten
dered him at the palace by high
public functionaries and distinguished
members of society of this city
Diphtheria At Deadwood
Deadwcod D T HA disease
similar to diphtheria is causing from
four to six deaths per day in this city
and immediate vicinity Adults as
well as children are stricken and the
bad weather is likely to increase the
mortality
Cut This OutIt May Savo Your
Life
There ia no person living but what
suffers more or less with Lung
Diseases Coughs Colds or Consump
tion yet some would die rather than
pay 75 cents for a bottle of medicine
that would cure them Dr A
Bodchees German Syrup has lately
been introduced in this country from
Germany and its wondrous cures
astonish every one that tries it If
you doubt what we Bay in print cut
this out and take it to your Druggist
and get a sample bottle for 10 centa
and try it or a regular eiza for 75
cents au8 I
UUUSINES5 UNEXPECTED
A Yonns Fellow Menus to
Kill and is Killed
Franklin La 14Today Sidney
Cole aged about 19 owner of three
fourths of the Chatworth plantation
rode up to the gate of C B Woflord
manager of the plantation and in
ormed f Woflord that he had come to
kill him Wofford expostulated in
vain and Cols dismounted and ad
vanced pistol in hind towards the
house Mr Wcflord realizing the
danger of her husband called out to
Wbfbrd to arm himself which he did
by seizing a shotgun and
slipping out confronted Cole
oho still continued to advance
saying It I have come to kill you
tjn you and I wean business
whereupon Woflord remarked to him
If you mean business hero it is at
the same time discharging hia
weapon the load taking eflact in the
breast of Cole killing him instantly
Woflord immediately came to town
and surrendered himself to the
eheriff but was afterwards discharged
from cuetody the coroners jury hay
i ing returned a verdict of excusable
homicide
Domestic
Boston HThe annual meeting
of the American Social Science Asso
ciation began today The subject of
induetrial i schools was introduced
Annapolis 14Wm T Hamilton
was inaugurated governor today I
The demonstrations were unusually
imposing
New York HA collision oc
curred this afternoon on East River
between the boat G T OlypJisnl and
the ferry boat Warren The former
sank in five minutes her passengers
and crew twentyfive in number
being rescued by tugs and row boats
An Irish relief meeting was held in
Omaha on Wednesday night and
Parnell and Diilen invited to visit the
cityA
A reception was tendered Senator
elect Garfield Wednesday night at i
Columbus 0
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3J S oEPOSITARlf
FSESET NATIONAL 1 BA K
SALT LAKE CITY
Paid in Capital 200000
Surplus 50000
Wit H HOOPER Pfojidcat >
H 8 KLUUEDQE Vice Pr6s J
VuJKNNlNOd f
TKR 4310H2 LUTkii V Director
JOHN SUAHP J I
NIUHOH3 GRDE5BECK
13 niLLS Ctralar J
SECCIYES CrFSSiTS PAYABLE OH CEHASO
Bavs and Sells Eichacio on No York San
Francisco Chicago St Loch Omaha
London and principal Continental Cities
Males Collections emitting proceeds
promptly
NEW SHEET MUSIC
AT
HALF PRICE
Received 1000 New and Popular
Copyright Songs and Instrumental
Pieces for Piano and for the Cabinet
Organ
jIifThcsc Pieces are meeting with
enormous sales throughout the cntire
country
DAVID 0 CALDER
General Agent for the Publisher
ill
DA feD JAMES
LIOEN5ED
PLUMBER I TIMER I
Gas and Steam Fitter
Respectfully announces that buying his
material by the car load ho is
I prepared to
LAY WATER PIPES
On short notice at
lowest Possible Prices
A Large Stock of
Pumps Plumbing Goods
Iron Pipe Hose
And Sheet Lead
Kept in Stock
OFFICE AND WORKSHOPS
WES1 TEMPLE STREET
Opposite City Meat Market
H ARNOLD
Manufacturer and Wholesale and Retail
Dcalar in All Kinds of
PLUS ml MCY GAUDIES
AND CRACKERS
Fresh Bread Daily
I
For your Holiday Sweets you slould
pay a visit to
H ARNOLD
d21 GLOBE BAKERY
BOOT SHOE
1IAT CAP ami
tENTS GLOVE HOUSI
CEO DUNFORD
No 61 Main Street
YELLOW BOOT
ON
HOUSE
TOP
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PEESHAW SKEWES
UNDERTAKERS
A Full Assortment of Wood Coffins and
Metallic Cases constantly on hand
at reasonable prices All
orders filled promptly I
EMBALMING A SPECIALTY
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MAKE ROOM FOR iPBiNO PURCHASES
And Preparatory to Stock Taking ire will
Sell our remaining lines of
WINTER GEC 0 ID S
At Prices that will induce Purchases
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NEW YORK CINDY STORE
Has on hand an Immense btock of
CHOICE CONFECTIONERY
ron THE
Holiday Trade
ChristmasTree Ornaments
Sugar Toys Cornucopias
And everything In the line for the
Stocking Business
PILES AND PILES OF
HOMEMADE CANDIES
Made Ficsh Every Day
Ornamented Cakes for Weddings and I
Parties
fiij Supjper3 furnished etc etc tt
H O STEAnN
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SPECIAL NOTICE
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JUST RRIVED
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New Raisins
CurrantsI I
Citron Peel
g Lemon Do
Orange Do
cc Nuts
It Candies
tt Figs
And all the Novelties of the Season
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
YOUNG MARKS 8i YOUNG
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HEESCH ELLEBBECK
PLUMBERS
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS
DEALERS IN
PIPE HOSE
Gas Fixtures Etc
Water Pipes Laid on Slum notice
OLD CONSTiTUTION BUILDING
SALT LAKE CITY
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PORTRAITS PORTRAITS
FOX SYMONS
189 99 Main Street
Beg to thank their Friends and the
Public for the generous patronage be
stowed upon them during the past five
years ana have much pleasure in an
nouncing that their MAIN GALLERY
99 l Main street has been handsomely
decorated ana lurnunea iiuuugaout ana
is now under the management of Ur 0
W SYMONS
In consequence of the great increase
of business Messrs F S have leased
the Gallery formerly occupied by Mr O
W Carter and opened a BRANCH
GALLERY under the management of
Mr ALEXANDER FOX
Both Galleries have received from the
east the Finest Accessories and Back
grounds painted by tho first artists for
picturesque effects that can be procured
comprising Interiors Terrace and Bal
cony Boating Cottage Window etc
etc These with the addition of new and
improved instruments enable them to
compete with and surpass the productions
of any other gallery in Salt Lake The
I public are respectfully invited to visit
I both galleries and see for themselves
I 7Ju3t deceived a Large Assortment
I of New Styles of Frames Velvet
I Goods etc on exhibition in the show
I rooms of both galleries nJ3
MUSIC BOOKS Octavo Quarto
and Folio bound expeditiously a
HKKATD BINDERY n27
G F CULMEE
Haa the Largest Stock of
wI1w if V > we STf > uJ xt
iPLJ W gCq T r3ASS
In the Territory Manufactures all sizes and shapes of
ShOW OASES
An immense saving by buying them of
C Fsa GULMER TEA POT STORE
20 22 First South Street
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MAfiUFACTURINC JEWELERS
Have a larger Holiday Stock than
over selected with utmost care
Diamond Sets Diamond Lace Pins Diamond Rings
RICH PEARLS COLD CHAINS
Sold and Silver Watches Etrnscan and Bright Gold Neck Chains ssi
Pendants Florentine and Byzantine Mosaic Sets Boman and
VariColored Gold Bets Onyx and Pearl Sets
Unique Jewelry JNovelties
THE LARGEST AND RICHEST STOCK OF SILVERWARE
Ever brought to Utah
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tOur orders were in before the advance in the Ii
we will 2ive manufaalurera price P
our patrons the
mail No pains snared to givo advantage Ifirti of it Special attention given to otisI H if
THE SHONINGEFI ORGANS
Arc acknowledged by the best
Musical Critics to be the best
Organs in the World Their
matchless Beauty and Finish 1
Purity of Voicing prompt Speech Tfrejql
Quickness of Touch rich full and I
truly Organ Tore have elicited the
admiration of all who have teen 0
and heard them The Shoninger
Organs also possess more valuable
improvements than any others
such as a Magnificent CLime of
Bells of 2K octaves which can be
played with or without the other
btops The Pcdllis clow up when u
not in ue thus keeping out mice j
dust etc Every Shoninger Organ I 4
has Book Closets Two Eneo
Swells with Full Organ and the L
Wind Chest and Sounding Boards
are made of three kinds of wood
glued crossway that they will not
Crack Shrink orSwel
CALL AND SEE THEM
AND YOU WILL NOT BUY ANY OTHER
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Solo Agent for Utah Also Dealer in
PIANOS AND ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL MERCHAH
MA1N STREET SALT LAKE CITY
i CEOa iAVLLE
Ladies and Gentlemens
FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOE MABBB
Second South Street Three Doers East of Elephant CornEr
Reps ring dune on short nc ice Your patronagorespoclfuUy t
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WOOD WOOL
Parties havirg Wool to dispose of would do well to call on me SJ I a = >
prepared to pay tho
HIGHEST WARKST PRICE IN CASH FOR WOt
In lsrc J or ensH quantitus Sacks and twine to tie fleeces fornt3
Firatclasa Sheep Shears kept in stock
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Warehouse f nr South and TempIelStreets

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