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THE SALT tAKE HERALD SUNDAY DECE1MBEK 7 1890SIXTEEN PAGES 3
SALT LAKE DAILY HERALD
OGDEN CITY UTAH
OGDEN DEPARTMENT
The Branch offlcs oi THE HERAT Is In room
r econd floor Cortez block No a472 Washing
ton avenue Advertising rates will be made
known upon application to the manager
THE DAILY HERALD is lor sale at all news
stands and by all news boys and Is delivered
by carrier In Ogden for 25 cents per week No
papers stopped until arrears are paid Sub
scribers falling to receive papers promptly will
confer a favor by notlfjhig the circulator at
tbc branch office Subscribers are requested ta
make no payments to carriers or anyone else
except the circulator Parties desiring papers
Mopped or addresses changed must notify the
branchoince
iC Uovix Circulator
SrDAY December 7 1E90
r Sohmer Pianos
COKE liOn SALE
at Salt Lake city gas works corner South
Temple and Fourth West Price 1423 per
ton at yard 13 per i > ton delivered 25c extra
for sacking This coke is cheaper and bet
ter than coal
Sohmer Pianos
KOL1TZ RANDY KITCHEN
Kan always be relied on for the Meanest
and freshest stock of elegant kaudies Mr 1
Kolitz is a handy manufacturer of many
years experieuce and he has worked up a t
large Salt Lake trade by inviting the pub I
lic to see him make his kandies His store
on Market Row is one of the most popular
shopping places known to the ladies Buy I
your Kristmas Kandies of Kolitz
T H E
Peoples Forwarding Co I
Will pay the Rates hers quoted anduxf
SBtfu them to bo tho Ruling Prices
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
FLOUR GRAIN
HAY AND FEED
Carloads Supplied at Any Turn on One
Days Notice
+ SALTo +
Largest and most convenient beds on tha
shores of the Great Salt Lake Orders ro I
ceived lor any amount
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E E RICH j
Manager
Bonrton Rye
WHISKIES
nirtnndPnrc
jualeJ for Medicinal9
Purposes
Califor
WholcsileAscnts sill
L G HARDY
BREEDER OF
GALLOWAY AND
JERSEY CATTLE
Young Stock for Sde
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SALT Is A ICOB5 CITY
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Daniel J T Torpin deceased
VfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE UN
NO l dcrslgned administratrix BJoT estate of
Daniel J T Torpin drcoased to the creditors of
and all persons having claims against the said
eS r
ttS et
iloccascd to exhibit them wills tho necessary
vouchers within ten months after the first pub
cation of this notice to tho said administratm
atTajlorsville or BW Driggs jr attorney 4
East First South street Salt Lake city in
the county of Salt LakeEMILY
EMILY TORPIN
Administratrix of the estate of Daniel J T
Torpin deceased
Dated November 181890
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BFPous
SAVJTG1ABOR CLEANLINESS
DDBflBIUTYCHEAFHESSUHEOlIAIIED
HO ODOHTtfHEHHEATED
JOSLIN PARKS
Headquarters for EVERYTHING in the
line of
WATCHES
Diamonds Jewelry
Silverware Fancy Goods and Novelties
A NEW AND KLEGAM LINE OP
Gorhani Sterling Silverware
In Fancy and Table Pieces just received
We carry a line of goods that are not carried
by any otber house Dont fall to seo them We
t r g iaf ent trVzi
buy direct fromtho manufacturers andnot from
the jobbers saving our customers profit
Clocks Bronzes Gold and SilverHeaded
Canes Plated Silverwear the finest ever dis
plavedln the west
We have lately added a line of the celebrated
ELECTRIC RAZORS AND SCISSORS with
and without Cases which make an Elegant
Birthday Present Givo us a call and see lor
yourselves
Aseiits for the PATEK PHILIPPE CO
W ArCH
Special Attention Paid to Orders by Mail
ISO S JaiX1 St
PIONEER
Patent Roller Mills
lLtrmFAcrttREas 01
HIGH GRADE FLOUR
BRANDS
Hiolih 1ittIt
Vbo1e Vhea
I B er NO1
We warn all our customers to be sure that I
they get our Hour as some unscrupulouspersoas I
are trying to imitate our brands particularly i
that T Bakers No 1 All our brands havetha I I
design of a gold medal and the namo of EUa
Morris appears onv
w ryJ h
tIS Proprietor
J ji I FARRELL C0
uI1nbiJt1g
Gas Fitling
Steam Heating Ventilating
THE LEADING PLUMBERS b GAS F1T1ERS
Drive Well Pipe a Specialty
137 Main St Opp F Auerbaeli Bros Store
Salt Lake City Utah
P O Box02 Telephone 203
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4ORUGW5T5j
8 da
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FOX li SYMONS
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322 Main St
Cabinet Photos 300 per doz
FIRSTCLASS WORK
tcs1Ll4I1Lacl 16 Year
i i CO ICFilED
Sign Writers Painters louse Decorators
AnT DEAIiEllS IN
Wall Paper Painters Supplies
107 E Tint South Street
Opposite uiiy Hail salt LO tity Utah
Telephone No 133 ESTIMATES FURNIShED
h JL1TY
luau turerof the viiubiit eil brand Cinaio
C 6 riii
1 And Oilier brands Fnctory and Salesroom
17t 113 S Main St Salt Lake City UT
tIIEiiiuI
Beyare af Ixuitt1cxx e I
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I JOS WI TAYLOR
The Leading Undertaker and Embalmer
My Coffins and Caskets are tho FInest I1
I Prices the Lowest
I
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Embalming J an Shipping a Specialty doing
tfal gI aodoiDf
my own Embalming and having l my own Morguo
Telegraph or Telephone Orders Day or Night
receive Immediate Attention
11 elbphou 3 b1 1 2123 2 S West Temple > > St t
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Special Offers on Seasonable Goods
S
FOR I
I ONE WEEK
Bed Comforters 150 regular price 200
H 5 250 if 300 and 500
5 CE 300 i u 400
if 5 400 J 550
hite Bed Quilts 115 150
l
Ladies Knit Skirts 65c is 100 1
tt n tt 75c ig 125
Made Up Skirts 65c f 100
U if 5 95c H 1 U e 150 I
>
All Linen Crash Toweling 6 different kinds all at lOc regular prices 1212 and loo
White Bath Towels lOc each regular price 15e
Unbleached Bath Towels 17 i2c 51 25c
Large Line of Damask and Huck Towels 25c each regular prices 35c to 50c
300 BEA V R SHAWLS 80q
At 165 regular price i 250
These are All Genuine Bargains LJ
T G WEBBER Superintendent
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WE DONT PAY CITY TAXES
In our addition We ara One and One Ei5ht Miles outside the Corporate
Limits with all the advantages of those within said limits Complying with
the terms of our contract the
SALT LAKE RAPID TRANSIT COMFY
Has completed its track to
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I FORESm DALE
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and cars as Elegantly Equipped as any in the vast now enable the people
purchasing lots from us to ride to any part of Salt Lake City for 7 cents
Peoplesay real estate is qui at but we are selling lots nearly every day Our
property = speaks for itself The class we sell to ar3 bona fide residents who
will make desirable neighbors We do not as < any others to buy We have a
large number of our choicest lots left Come early and make your choice We
guarantee Rapid Transit Firstclass Cars Perfect Title Abundant Water of
Firstclass Quality and Easy Terms l
GEORGE M CANNON 66 Main St Salt Lake City < < 4
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I GEORGE o CANNONS
Real E tat Loan and Collection Agency
We have Money to Loan on Good Security Houses to Rent Real
Estate for Sale Homes at Prices to Suit all LOWEST PRICES and
EASIEST TERMS Parties desiring to Loan Money will do well to con
sult us We can loan on firstclass security are well posted on values
1 and will see to it that security offered on loans made by us has good
title and free from other incumbrances
I JXTo O0 jVtAJLJV STR Sc SALT xAK OITY
I
General Gleanings
2s C Robertson ESQ of Salt Late is
registered at the Broom
A X Ackloy of Council Bluffs Iowa
is in the city looking up real estate matters
M Vassennan a prominent business
man was in the city yesterday
Charles Holten general agent of Clove
lands Minstrels was here yesterday malt
leg arrangements for the appearance of
that popular company in the Union opera
house December 1718 andlO
There were only six drunks registered
at the police station last week The moral
condition of Ogden seems to be improving
Perhaps it is a good idea that the police
judge draws a salary that is for the judge
himself
Mr Rock who has so efficiently filled the
position of engine driver in the Ogden
lire department for some time past has re
signed Mr Reel isan experienced fire
man and it is to be regetted that he is no
longer connected with the department
The city council would have done the citv
Justice if they had given him the position
nr nr
The Bear River Canal company Jarvis
tonfclin Mortguge Trust company and the
O den City Railway company will move
ttiur office to the First National bank
building tomorrow
Joseph S Peer county superintendent
of county schools went down to the
capital city last evening t
The framework of the tower on the
Grand opera house is raised and gives the
building a very imposing appearance
The condition of Twentyfourth street
between Lincoln and Wall avenues is just
fearful Where the earth has been thrown
out for the sewer ditches the mud is almost
hub deep
The drill at the Ogden Gas mill is now
down over four hundred feet Superin
tendentGoodrich feels that the prospects
of striking gas or oil brighter now than
ever before I
A Young Desperado
A small boy boarded the Union Pac fic
passenger that left Salt Lake at 7 ain
yesterday and caused quitea senation be
fore he reached Ogden As soon as he was
inside one of the coaches he locked him
self in the water closet and armed with a
I
calibre pistol kept the conductor and
brakeman at bay till after the train pullet
into the Union depot and alter it had
stopped he resolved to stay where he was
He was taken out ho never by the depot
policemen who broke in the door TOe
youngster was taken to the city jail and
locked up He said he was from Iowa and
had come west to be a cowboy
The Sons of St George
Richard Couer de Lion lodge ISo 331 of
the Order of St George or in other word
the Sons of England initiated the following
officers at their last meeting Percy A
Cook past president Percival J Barratt
president 1 X Allen vicepresident W
S Gillet secretary W A L Miller as
sistant secretary Jesse J Driver treas
urer W M Dalhmore messenger Fran
W Bishop outside sentinel
Four new members were initiated
Bound for Itosebud
Three hundred and fifty soldiers pissed
through Ogden yesterday morning The
taco belonged to the First California In
fantry United States regular army The
troops had orders to remove their head
quarters to Omaha and were on their way
to that place with their wives and children
but night before last they received a tele
gram irom Quartermaster Thurston com
manding them to the Rosebud agency to
guard against an Indian insurrection
The order rather upset their plans but
the majority of the detachment were
anxious to wage war against the redskin
They came in over the Southern Pacil
railway and continued their journey by the
Uuson Pacific The train arrived from the
west twelve hours late which was occ
sinned by snow storms on the Sierra
Tsevada mountains
Comity Court house Clippings
I
County Clerk J P Ledwidge issued a
license to wed yesterday to Charles
Wnalcy and Miss Hattie Placts both of
Ojucn The following probate matter
came ap before Judge Cross In the
iiiatter of the estate of John McQuaig tie
c asci Robert C Wilson was appOInted
adaimistrator with bonds fixed at Slt0j
First District Court
Judge James A Miner disposed of the
following cases in his jurisdiction yesterday
dayJohn
John D Watson vs H G Jennett de
murrer to complaint argued submitted and
taiun under advisement
C A Stalling vs J L Ferrin ct al
referees amended report accepted and
judgment as before entered now is re
entered as of original date exception
C A Stalling vs J L Ferrin et al mo
ton to set aside the referees report denied
Tile People etc vs Francis Clark mo
for a new trial denied and twenty days
farther time granted in which to prepare
and serve bill of exceptions
Frank Price et al vs City of Wellsvil
ct al argued submitted and taken undo
uaVisemenU
Willard City vs Thomas Woodland mo
on for a new trial denied
Fred J Kiesel Co vs J C Wilmerd
ing et al motion of Judge Sutherland for
judgment
Hing Sims vs Phrenix Insurance com
pjny National Insurance company and
Conmerciallnsuranc3 company a motion
for a new trial was overruled
Boyle vs Wright Volney C Gunne
was appointed guardian ad lltem for two
mnor children
Ogden City Electric Light company v s
Ogden city et at motion form injunction
trial pending
The grand jury came into court and pro
seated two indictments under territorial
laws
t
lnited States vs James Butcino ar
raigned for fornication plead guilty sen
tence set for December 12
tnited Stales vs Lena Butcane ar
raigned pleaded not guilty and sentence set
for the mn Inst
To Days Services
Cnrncn OF JESUS Cnnisr OF LATTER
DAY SAINTS Young Mens Mutual Im
proveajent Association conference at the
Tabernacle corner Twentysecond street
add Washington avenue Meetings at 10
a u and 2 pm I
M E Cunicn Rev C L Libby of Salt
LUKe City will preach at the AL E Church
tstiay at 11 oclock am and 730 pm
Sutiday school at 230 pm Epworth
Jiueue espec icIly for young people at 7
p m The cwill also be a general prayer
m eung at 7 p m All are cordially In
ted J Vebley Hill pastor
PucbBn AX Ciiuitcu Corner of
Tweutyiourth and Lincoln avenue
Services at 11 a m and 730 p m Young
peoples l meeting atft45 oclock p m Sun
day school at 1215 Strangers are cor
dially invited Josiah McClain pastor
BAPTIST CncRcn Regular services in the I
Baptist church on Sunday Preaching at
11 am and 730pm Sunday school at 245
p m Church located west side of Grant
avenue between Twentythird and j
Twentyfourth streets At the chapel at
five Points Sunday school at 930 am
Rev David Peebles will preach at 730 p
In Prayer meeting Wednesday 8 p m
CHCRCII OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD Cor
er of Grant and Txventyfourth street
Litany sermon and holy communion 11
am Evening prayer and sermon 730
p m Sunday school at 3 pm S Uns
worth rector
COXOREGATIOXAI CHURCH Adams ave
nue near Twentyfifth I street Morning
sermon at 11 a m Preaching at 730 pm
Sunday school at 1215 Young peoples
meeting at 045 p m A cordial welcome
I to all
Y 31 M t 1 A Reorganization I
The Y M M L A of the Third ward
was reorganized on Wednesday evening
last and the following officers appointed
Herbert H Thomas president Charles
murthwaite First Councillor W F
elson Second Councillor David W
Evans secretary Geo E Hyde treasurer
Real Estate Sales
D L Dean to A A Dean part of lot 39
plat13 1000
J tt Peterson pun oi lot 35 bi Cktij
South Ogilen survey 3000
A C Fisk and wife to V J Gannon et nl
part of section 4 township 5 north
range 1 1
F F Nelson to II A Iddings lots 11 and
K blockM Neison Park lOM
T J Woodruff and wife to J J Driver
lot 21 Mock 2 Woodtnansee 1203
A U Hobson et al to L Uuae part of
lot 13 block 1 South Osdensurvey 4100
V G Child and wife to L Buss part of
lot 10 block 10 South Ogden survey 1837
B A Reed to T C Wilson lots 41 and 45
Jlcuatain View addition U70
E A Heed to H T Wilson lots 46 47 and
4s blocl 9 Mountain View 450
W N Shilling and wife to James Cassin
part of lot 6 block 43 plat A 1300
C ETaylor to James Cassm part or lot
6 block 4S plat A 1321
Holmes to C B McFarland Dart of
section towns > nip G north range 2 230
A McFarlucd to C U McFarland part of
section M township 0 north range y IK
A McFarlanl to G b McFarland part of
ssction township 0 north ratigea 350
T L Wagener and wile to IL J uaney
lois 7 ana S block 12 plat C 2600
E p Kendrick and wife to T Sehansen
lucb pan of lot 14 block 7 plat An 925
J Ta lar and wife to C H Gleason part
nr utlnn r n R nn h nn n
v vw uu unuu U UUHU b <
Total JJOS30 I
Building Permits
Wm Branson 1story frame residence I
block 3 south 1ark additionft TOO
J J Smyth lHstory brick residence
west side of Monroe 25CO
W G Child 1story frame school building I
X E corner Guilds avenue and Twenty
umth street isdO
D S Tracy story frame residence north
side of Tracy street 6W
D S Tracy Istory frame residence north
fcipe of Tracy street 600
ll
Mrs M Austin 1story frame residence
cast bide of Lincoln 700
E R Cropsey 1story frame residence
east side of Adams 400
Brandberg 1story frame barn south
side of Twentyfirst ro
Mr > Vm Studer 1story frame residence
south side of Twentyfirst 200
Total S 9550
ACCIDENT IN THE CANYON
Thomas Jlay of Fnirview Badly Cuts His
Foot
On Tuesday December 1 Thomas May
of Fairview while cutting tics up Manti
coCoa for Fred Alder met with a very
painful accident While cuttinga limb off
tree his axe glanced striking the top of
his foot near the instep coming out be
tween the fourth and little toe entirely
splitting that portion of his foot all but the
skin on the bottom part of the foot His
comrades Peter Domcaard and William
Baithwaite carefully bound the injured
member and cared for him until Tuesday
afternoon when he was brought to town on
a load of ties and taken to the Parlan Mc
Farluns home lately purchased by lshn
Loxvry to be cared lor Mr May insists
that he will not have his wound dressed by
a doctor and that nature will heal it in
less time Until a doctor examines the cut
we cannot learn the full extent of the in
I jury Senbid
METEOROLOGICAL LOCAL RECORD
SALT LAKE Cirv Utah Dec 6 ISM
Signal service >
Time 73 luirec <
of E g Ition il
obser c ot g
ration a 5 a vind g
p j
ij a m 257 3t 2 J NW I loudlcfS
6 p m 210 jj 60 I NW JoudhN
Maximum temperature 292
Minimum temperature 300
Mean temperature 31 for 12 years 35
dellcivncy 1
Deficiency of temperature since January I
1S0 4J
Excess of temperature since December 1
MM 2f
1SIllR
Rainfall 000 inches mean daily 12 years 001
Inches deficiency 001 inches
Deficiency of rainfall since January I 1SJ3 I
629 inches
Deficiency of rainfall since December 1 189J
OOj inches
P H FITZMAUHICE Observer
Sergeant Signal Corps
rinrtins for the Plaintiff
In support of the well established rule
that a justice of the peace always limls for
the plaintiff thit is for the man that
brings grist to the mill1 may be cited a
cause that was tried some years ago in
Maryland The action was against a rail
way company for killing the plaintiffs
cow on the companys track The testi
mony was nil in favor of the company
tending overwhelmingly to show that the
cow had no business on the track After
the hearing the magistrate piomptly de
cided for the plaintiff The companys at
torney was geatly surprised and asked his
honor upon what grounds he could arrive
at such a decision
lie said in reply that the company was
negligent in not putting up a signboard
with Look out for the locomotive painted
on it But the cow could not have read
it said the astonished attorney Very
true said the majesty of the law but it
would have been much worse for the com
pany if a person had been killed and under
all tbe circumstances the company is get
ting off easy Judgment for plaintiff
San Francisco Argonaut
Prostrets of Astronomical Photography
Professor Holden gives an interesting
account of the photographic apparatus and
the work done in astronomical photog
raphy at the Lick observatory lie states
that the negatives taken there bear easily
an enlaruemect of 570 diameters and even
double that amount Fom an examina
tion of the best pictures yet taken at the
observatory Professor Holden finds that
parallel walls on the moons surface whose
tops are no more than 200 yards or so in
width and which are not more than 1000
or 1200 yards apart are plainly visible
There is no doubt that enlarged photo
graphs arc capable of affording more in
formation regarding the moons surface
than can be gained by years of diligent ob
servation and when the larger lenses now
found necessary are brought into use mar
velous strides in this direction may be
looked for Oiiw York Commercial Ad
vertiser
The Machinery of 3Iun
A man has with him a working pump I I
called his hem a working bellows called
his lungs a working vat called his stom
ach a working condenser called his brain
and a working evaporator called his skin
all of which must be at work whether he
will or not The heart is expending over
his body day bj day 122 foot tons of work
He fill go on lifting so many millions of
ioni in so many years If he meet with no
accident the time will come when his lust
stroke will be finished and ho will die
Chicago Herald
PARK CITY PICKINGS
Big Ore and Bullion Shipments
Last Week
A VERY GRATIFYING SHOWI1G
City Council ProceedingsThe Accident of
Sunday Last flewsy Personal and
General Notes
The Ontario mine employs 317 men
The Ontario mill shipped this week four
teen bars of bullion valued at 14205
The Union concentrator taking advan
tage of the mild weather and is working a
night shift
It costs 504 to extract a ton of ore in
the Ontarion and Daly and to reduce the
same fTJT
The Mayflower lessees are following
their vein towards its apex and at present
arc taking out no ore
The Silver King lessees have about 150
feet yet of the 500 feet to sink before they
commence to drift for thevein i
it costs the Ontario and Daly companies
40000 per annum for express charges on
their silver bullion shipments
The per cent of value obtained at the
Ontario mill by theamalgamation process
is i 909 per cent and tile value of the tail
ings is 3G9 fine ounces silver per ton I
The Marsac mill mado a heavy shipment
of sulphides Friday The lot was 221 tons
and contained 200000 fine ounces of silver
At the price of silver the day of shipment
this would be worth 2U9000
A strike was made in the property be
longing to Duffy Mara Richardson and
others in Thaynes ca on this week They
have fourteen inches of ore that will assay
50 ounces Four men have been put to
work
The lessees of the NorthlandNevada
have 23 men at work and have SO tons of
firstclass ore and200 tons of secondclass
on the dump awaiting shipment During
the past month they have raised 200 feet on
their vein in tracing its upward course
At the Ontario No 2 the shaft is being
sunk to the 1400foot level It is now sev I
enty feet below the 1800 level Stoping is
coing on in both the 1300 ana 1200 levels
The ore is very high grade and the vein
very prolific No levels above have made
as tine a showing as these
The shipments of ore from Mackintoshs
sampler this week were as follows On
tario 3S4300 Woodside 47900 Anchor
concentrates 359700 Anchor ore first
class 339sO Mayllower igginfs 30500
Total 7923SO The Crescsnt concentrator
shipped 325000 pounds of Crescent con
centrates making the total shipment for
the week amount to lHS3sO pounds
TIlE HEKVLD man visited the Dalys new
works this week and found everytning
lively and pushing Foreman Judge has a
big lorce at work and is rapidly getting
everything into good shape The now
boardinghouse which bj the way will be
the linest most comfortable and most con
venient building of its kind in the west is
nearing completion At the shafthouse a
large force of carpenters are at work and
are rushing matters to get everything
under cover before bad weather The
main building which is completed is 79J29
feet An addition which will be 33x25 lest
will be put up this week to be used as the
boilerroom A shift has been put on
excavating for the foundation of the en
gine The rock for this is on the ground
and no time will be lost in putting in the
engine The gallows frame to bo used will
be taken from the Ontario No 4 shaft but
will not be set up until the shaft has been
started and a few sets of Timbers put in
Sinking will not commence for some time
yet not until all the outside work is done
The present building and the machinery
which is to bo put in will be used only in
opening up the shaft When development
work commences machinery will be used
which will make the plant one of the
lnitroctin thf > onuntftr A trfoilrt OOvJ ff nt
U VU VVWU WUw uuu
in size is being made for building purposes
in the future The big timbers for the
gallows frame have arrived and arc being
taeu to the mine as fast as possible A
new water tank to supply the boilers will
be erected in the spring on the hill south
east of the new boarding house Foreman
Judge has his hands full in looking after
all the work that is going on at the Daly
but results show that nothing has been
slighted and that perfection has been
aimed LI in everything
PERSONAL AND GENERAL NEWS
Attorney Richard W Young was in the
Park Tuesday
John L Street and Frank A Evans had
business in Salt Lake this week
Attorney Wilson I Snyder and wife
started Thursday morning for a trip to the
Puget Sound country and California
Some lively work is being done tracklay
ing on the Utah Central extension Trains
can be run about five miles beyond the Park
now
nowMr
Mr Con Hunt of the park left Wednib
day for Ouray Cole to take charge of the
Stedefeldt furnaces in the new leaching
plant there
Among the Salt Lakers who visited the
Park this week were J J Thomas I H use
jr T J Mackintosh andDeputy Marshals
Dyer and Doyle
The trustees of Park City school district
No 12 have called a meeting for December
IS to determine the rate of tax for the com
ing year to be levied for school purposes
The Park City brass band gave a compli
mentary ball Thursday evening to one of
its members who has been on the sick on
the sick list for some time About seventy
couples were present and the affair was a
success in every way
Joseph H Young of the Utah Central
railroad had the Salt Lake Halley Puget
Sound railway promoters out over the road
Sunday last They took in the mines and
hall a pleasant trip In the party were F
M Washburn of Minneapolis H E Mil
ler of Belle vue G W Bryan and Texas
An cell of Halley Idaho and Charles
Wilkes and J C 13 King of Salt Lake
On Sunday last Charles Laporte a
youth about nineteen years of age at
tempted to board the Union Pacific freight
train aoout three miles below town and re
ceived injuries which resulted in his death
a few hours later In trying to catch the
step on the foreward end of a car he
missed his footing and fell his left leg cot
ting under the wheels and being horribly
crushed He was noticed by the trainmen
and picked up and taken to his home in
town The leg was amputated by Drs
Gregor Wilson and Le Compte but La
porte never rallied from the shock He
died about 11 oclock The remains were
buried Tuesday
The deputy marshals have been abroad
in the land again Heber city and vicinity
and Coalville being visited this time The
preliminary examinations were held before
Commissioner Cohen Tuesday Richard
Birch and John W Semester of Coalville
each waived examination and were bound
over to appear before the grand jury
the former in the sum of 1000 and
the latter in 500 > John AV Witt of Heber
pleaded not guilty but was held in 500
bonds Henry Clegg of Heber was dis
charged Edward Buys of Heber was
held in 1000 bonds and J M Murdock
and William Foreman both of the same
place gave ball in the amouni of 500 to ap
pear before the grand jury as did also John
Farnsworth of Coalville
CITY COUNCIL
The city council held its regulhr meeting
Wednesday evening with Mayor Greeor
and Aldermen Ktmball Thompson Mc
Donough Williamson and Lockhart pres
ent The minutes of the previous meeting
were read and approved Bills to the
amount of 91203 were read and referred
to the committee on claims and accounts
who approved them andrecommended that
I an order be drawn for the respective
amounts
City Marshal Bennetts report for No
vember was read and showed that twenty
three arrests had been made seventeen for
drunkenness one for vagrancy one for
battery three for being inmates of houses
of ill fame and one for keeping a house of
illfame
The report of City Treasurer Deming
was next read as follows
I
November 1 balance on bandh11529 63
Licenses collected 5U 50 I
City taxes for lib 0000 a 77
City taxes for 1S90 337 17
Telegraph company rent for October 20 DO
Police justice deposit 154 ft i
Cleaning streetsn 11 25 i
Sidewalk collection 50 45
Total 1 916 82
CONTRA
Warrants paid S 2301 07
Balance on hand December 1HO615 75
The report of Recorder Hayt was similar
to the above except showing disburse
ments in detail as follows
U1SBU113EJIESTS
Warrants drawn
Account S A Bn 3 467 00
labornn 678 10
scavenger 09 40
sundry accounts 45 13
I cityoillcers 703 10
tire and water 118 M
I rebate 74 2 h
74210
expense S 63 10
Total S 2155 33
Balance 810594 bO
12750 IS
The report of Police Justice Hayt showed
that 220 had been assessed in fines of
which 149 hadbeen paid in cash and 571 in
labor
The different reports were referred to
the committee on finance approved and
placed on file
A petition signed by C V Jenkins and
others asking for a continuation of the
sidewalk down Park avenue which was
recently built was read and referred to the
committee on streets alloys and bridges
A petition signed by G W Curtis and
thirtyfive others for an electric light at
the corner of Woodside avenue and Sixth
street was read and relerred to the com
mittee on streets alleys and bridges Sub
sequently a motion was made and carried
authorizing the committee to supply Wood
side avenue with lights as soon as the
Electric Light company could furnish
them
Mrs Eliza Nelson presented an affidavit
to the effect that the property throuch
which the city recently opened a street be
longed to her She asked for remunera
tion from the city to the extent of the
damages done Referred to the city attor
j
Alderman Thompson reported that Mr
D F Condon had > refused to arbitrate in
the matter of the city opening Woodside
avenue through his property and moved
that the city attorney be instructed to coin
mence proper proceedings to have the
property condemned Carried
The term of office of Policeman u icon
was extended after which some minor
business was transacted and the council I
adjourned C A S
MARKET REPORT
WHOLESALE BUYING PRICES
Retail about 15 per cent higher
Con tcfU JJmly bj the Peoples Ferwardinj Co
andstl K Second South btieti
GHAI llHJYNGSEI NG
Wheat g I bus Bulk new No 2 5 70 = =
1 61
U U no grade 6J
Oats 3 cwt backed white 1 71 n
mixed 10
cracked 1 M
U Eastern 1 m
Barley 8 l c vt brewing 1 23
Iced
U cracked 1 40
Corn Eastern i us
chopped i lfA
h U and oats > chop 1 85
PopCorn 40J
FLOUIt
IIlghPlIlent 2 ewt 2 25 = =
Straight Grade 2 IU
Family I 53
Pearlino Sisal 2 ii
Corn ii 03
GraOam J i
Rye 25
Buckwheat 4 75
Oatmeal 3 barrel 7 CO
Bran lerLt 77
Sborts sa
I
IIA5
1
Timothy straight i1 tonu U 00 I
mixed n 1353
RedTep IlLS
Upland n g 1
Wild 000 1001
Lueern 0 03 I
Straw wheat oatS i
PIIODUCE
1
Butter Thai Easterntub best 1lb I 3 1
Eggs p doz m 5 1
Potatoes p Cn I Wed
Cabbage 1 10
Onion
Lucern Seed I ii I
CentalSacks each iKftr 1

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