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2 FBE SALT LAKE HERALD WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 10 1890
i PRETTY QUARREL I
The Fourcornered Struggle for I
Senatorial Honors
WHAT DUBOIS FRIENDS CLAIM
He Made Idaho a State Therefore the People
Should Make Him Senator Some
Peculiar Proceedings
BOISE CITY Idaho Dec 7 1890
Special correspondence of THE HERALD
The legislature convenes tomorrow at
noon Nearly all the members have ar
rived in the city and are fixed for their
if work The session will probably be a long
the
to
one and many bills very important
vcllfare of the state will be passed It is
a settled thing that the north not only
wants but openly demands a Senator and
though the Shoup and Dubois men have
done their best in the lobbies to work it so
as they could both RO from the south still
they have been entirely unsuccessful
Yesterday a caucus of some of the Repub
lican members from the north already here I
was held and they voted unanimously in
favor of demanding their Senator as
promised in the platform This means
many things displeasing U both Shoup and
Dubois uIf both cant go which one will
got is the Question Neither one can se
cure the necessary twentyeight votes
without the other will withdraw in his i
favor and it is pretty well understood that
they will not withdraw For the north
the fight between Claggett and McDonnell
will be long and bitter and while McCon
nell is surely a little stronger at present
still the Old Man is a politician who
understands thoroughly how to work and l
with his experience and ability can never
be counted beat until the race is run and i
the members hung up
This will make it as predicted in THE
HEHAITJ n back in September
u v r
f A FOtniCORXEnED TIGHT
and no matter who wins will make numer
ous soreheads and cause several splits in
the party It is pretty generally conceded
by everyone that if today a popular vote
was taken in the state to elect a Senator
from the south neither Shoup nor Dubois
would be elected but a dark horse who
has not antagonized the party in the way
these gentlemen have Governor Shoup
declared his intention of resigningif elected
governor if he could be elected be
fore the election So although the people
do not like his action still they cannot help
allowing that they were warned he would
do as he has and they cannot charge him
with not keeping faith
Dubois is hoisted upon his party as the
man who
MADE IDAno A STATE
and served it so wonderfully well that he
should surely be a Senator This if it is
true the people claim is not sufficient rea
son to keep on electing him every term
They say if he did these things he was paid
for them and consequently while they
fully appreciate his work still they do not
consider themselves bound to elect him
again but believe in giving some one else
a chance
The result of this fourcornered fight
will almost surely be a deadlock and will
probably cause the shelving of both Shoup
and Dubois and the election of a comprom
ise candidate from the south J R De
Lamar is the strongest man at present to
fall back on
At any rate no matter who is successful
it will be so close as to give the Democrats
THE BALANCE OF POWER
and it is to be hoped they will improve
their chance and secure all the good pos
sible for their party
The Boise Sun this morning publishes the
following in answer to what is your opin
ion of the Presidents message
AttorneyGeneral George H Roberts
He is not pronounced enough in favor of
free coinage After the political revolt of
November had hoped the President would
have interpreted the handwriting on the
wall to have read Thou hast been weighed
in the balance and found wanting on the
silver question But then it is hard for the
leopard to change his spots or the gold bug
to have silver wings I
Hon W J McConnell think we i
should have free coinage just as soon as
Congress > can pass an act for that purpose
Judge ClaggettThe silver question is a
very large one It involves the considera
tion of both our foreign and domestic ex
changes and especially the debtpayine
capacity of our people 1 have always been
in favor of tho remonetization of silver its
free coinage upon same established ratio
between it and gold and making the coin
thus freely minted at the option of the
holders of gold or silver bullion and un
limited legal tender in the payment of all
public and private debts
During the campaign your correspond
ent bad the pleasure of hearing the two
latter gentlemen speak in several different
parts of the state Then they claimed
that the free coinaee of silver would mean
the ruin of the miner and that the only
reason the Democrats demanded it was be
cause the Republicans had passed a bill
which wag practical and absolutely the
best possible act to help the silver men
and that with their usual foolishness the
Democrats advocated the free and unlim
ited coinage of silver not because the
believe in it but to deceive the people rmd
to secure Republican votes Silver was
then 119 Now it is only 104 and
realizing as they must
HOW LITTLE THEY KNEW
of what they were talking they make a
lightning change and come out this morn
ing with the above Let the miners think
this over and bear it in mind when next
election comes
These case are cited not because they
arc the only ones but because they are the
most prominent and the gentlemen have
been heard by thousands of people through
out the state who can testify to the cor
rectness of this article The election is
over and it is no use to kick sail we cannot
resist showing what lightning change
artists our best Republican speakers are
Exoc
SCIENCE WORKS WONDERS
I had sciatic rheumatism so that I was ail
drawn over to one side My hip sank in 50
that you could lay your hand in the cavity
and 1 did no work for a year Nothing da
me any good until I tried Hibbards Rheu
matic syrup Four bottles cured mo
ALBERT KING Van Vert Ohio
For sale by Johnson Pratt Co
A SAFE INVESTMENT
Is one which is guaranteed to bring you
satisfactory results or in case of failure a
return of purchase price On this safe plan
you can buy from our advertised druggist a
bottle of Dr Kings Now Discovery for
consumption It is guaranteed to bring re
lief in every case when used for any affec
tion of throat lungs or chest such as con
sumption inflammation of the lungs bron
ohitis asthma whooping cough croup etc
etc It is pleasant and agreeable in taste
perfectly safe and can always be depended
upon
Trial bottles free at A C Smith Co
r druggists 1
Ballards Horehound syrup for Whooping
Cough
There Is no remedy in the world which
will give such prompt relief in whooping
cough as Ballards Horehound Syrup It
will positively cure it If you will try it
lour children will not keep you awake all
night coughing Ballards Horehound
Syrup is the most cooling and soothing
remedy for consumption coughs colds
bronchitis and asthma In the world It is
free from opium It builds up new tissue
strengthens the lungs and is an incom
parable remedy made of tho best and
purest materials If your lungs are weak
and you have a tickling in your throat you
need itlL
BRICK BRICK
Can be supplied by the Utah Manufac
turing and Building company Mill Creek
P O box 1010 telephone 348 city
James G McDonald Co candies
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PILES PILES
Dr Williams Indian Pile Ointment vill
euro Blind Bleeding and Itching Piles
when all other Ointments have failed It
absorbs the tumors allays the itching at
once acts as a poultice gives instant relief
Dr Williams Indian Pile Ointment is pre
pared only for piles and Itching of the pri
vate parts and nothing else Every bo
is warranted Sold by druggists or sent
by mail on receipt of price 50 cents and it 1
per box
WILLIAMS Mro Co Props
Cleveland O
Sold by Z C M I Drug store
Sohmer Pianos
Smoking jackets dressing gowns and
bath robes
BASTTERRY MER Co 142 Main St
A NOTEWORTHY EXCEPTION
Fiom the Kimball S D Graphic
While the columns of the Graphic are
open to any and all unobjectionable adver
tisements yet it is quite impossible for us
to speak knowingly of the merits of tho
various articles of merchandise advertised
Particularly is this true of patent medicines
cines But there are exceptions occasionally
and a noteworthy exception is the cele
I brated Chamberlains Cough Remedy
This now universally known medicine
has been advertised in the Graphic for
four or fivo years but not until recently
had we any personal knowledge of its won
derful efficacy which has come about
through the prevailing influenza and the
stubborn cough that has so often attended
it In the writers family this medicine
has on several occasions this winter cured
a cough that baffled any and all other
remedies and the number of families in
Kimball and vicinity 1 in which this remedy
hag been used with like effects attests to
ts value as a specific for coughs and colds
of every nature For sale by Z C M I
drug department
A FEW REASONS WHY ST PATRICKS
PILLS ARE POPULAR
Because they never disappoint
Because they produce pleasant cathartic
thartic effect
Because they not only physic butclennse
the whole system and regulate the liver
and bowels
For sale at 25 cents per cox > by Z C M
L drug department
Angell Bros lumber yard No 635 First
East
Novelties in full dress shirts
BASTTERRY MElt Co 142 Main St
Largest second hand store in the city
Buys all kinds of second hand goods at the
highest prices and sells at the lowest All
kinds of goods exchanged
Opposite City Hall
12T and 129 East First South
Telephone 190
MERIT WINS
We desire to say to our citizens that for
years we have been selling Dr Kings
New Discovery for consumption Dr
Kings New Life Pills Bucklens Arnica
Salve and Electric Bitters and have never
handled remedies that sell as well or that
have given such universal satisfaction We
do not hesitate to guarantee them every
time and we stan ready to refund the
purchase price if satisfactory results do
not follow their use These remedies have
won their great popularity purely on thei
merits A C Smith Co druggists 1
Sohmer Pianos
DELICIOUS WARM BEVERAGES
The decoctions served to the thirsty and
cold at the Occidental are delicious pure
and superior Firstclass wines liquors
beers ales and cigars Family supplies a
specialty
AUER MURPHY Proprietors
Embroidered suspenders
IBASTTERRT MKR Co 142 Main St
DELINPT TAX LIST
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Emery County Utah
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AdamsonDavld S 75 8 19
Barnes David 60 20
Burrows David 4 ai 130
Burrows W S 610 172
Burrows William C 14 05 3 il
Birch John 75 19
Bennett Benjamin 75 10
Cocklet Joseph 100 25
Castle Joseph 100 25
Davis W R 75 19
Evans Isaacun 75 19
Dais W C To 19
Dermain Joseph 75 19
Edwards Williamuu 70 18
Fitzsimmons William 3 00 73
Granger L uuu 12 15 304
Hunter Robert 75 19
Hyatt Maggie 1 00 25
Hendrekson S Au 900 225
Hunter Andrew 100 25
Hanson redr1cltnn 1 00 25
Jensen Christian 70 17
Kimball O Gm 13 70 3 I 43
Lamph William 75 19
Lloyd John W 75 019
Llewellyn Isaiah 90 22
Llewelljn David 1 105 26
Lloyd l John W Won j 75 19
Llewellyn John 6V 15
Llewellyn John 50 12
McLeanAugus 100 25
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Master William 2 rx i 62
McLean Nephi L 2 00 so
Mayweatber Franku 1 OD 25
I Morgan T Thomas M 12 I
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Nelson John u yj 20
Porter Thomas n 100 2r
Polaska rhomasn 75 u
Pitman Davidu 75 u
Palmer William nuu so i a7
Reese Tbomasn 3 rO 81
Rosewell Charles to 20
Roese L P u 1 ro 37
Snowdown Thomasnu 75 jj
Thomas Gomeru 75 is
Thomas IUchardnnnu 75 15
Thomas EI h 80 20
Trivier J B 80 2C
VebberJ8mesu 500 125
vuiiams JSvan 75 19
Watson Thomas w 15
Ward John 75 19
Whitehead Robert n 75 i9
William Ward 75 19
Woods Paul 150 37
Stewart Adam 100 85
J D KILLPACK
Assessor and Collector
EMERY Couym UTAH
DELINQUENT TAX LIST
Of Morgan County
N COMPLIANCE WITH THE LAW
IN
passed by the last legislative session I
publish below the names of the delinquent tax
payers of Morgan county with the amount or
taxes due from each as apnears on the assess
ment roll of said county for the year 1890
LANDON RICH
County Collector
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Anderson Adophuu 818 80 8 10
Anderson Martha 203 93
Beckstrom N Y 16 28 10 17
dull W W 320 ICO
Ford John Jos and Hyrum 40 20 25 12
France CharlesEoo 2928 1838
Holmberg John a fj 85
Hogg Robert 4 52 1 41
Jensen Joseph 723 45
Pent Charles tO 25
Preece John 900 7 rJO
Porter Almauu 2J 40 7 00
porter Banlord C 2 06 90
Parkinson Peter 2 SO 81
Peterson Peter m IJ 11 01 3 45
PouleonThomasuuu i 00 75
Robinson John 1943 12 17
Robison William 18 24 5 70
Robison Alex oou 212 2 10
RobSsan J S 2 20 68
Robinson John H29 40 18 37
Robison Brothers oo 12 CO 3 ii
Sim Alex E 5 OS 17
Smith Nathaniel a 23 11
Stcwait Jas VV Sr 11 113 74
Smith Benjamin 2 EO ti7
Smith W H 4 08 25 5 I
Toone WH o 48 40
Toone 11annahoo o 73 4 20
Wardley Frank 5 I 36 50
White Thomas W 844 2 1 01
Worsley S F i 60 ig
Williams James 044 4 02
West Thomas C 92 2 97
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DOLLS TOYS
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Girls and Boys
Also Picture and Story Books
Games Doll Carriages Boys
Wagons Ten Pins Tool Boxes
Kitchen Sets Washday Sets and
an innumerable variety of arti
cles wanted by
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Santa Claus
Not only for the children but
for everybody else
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THE
GRAND OPEKING EXHIBITION I
On Monday Dec 8
Was an immense success the
crowds who thronged the ele
gantly decorated show rooms
were delighted with the many
beautiful things displayed and
hundreds of the visitors ex
pressed an intention to call
very soon and purchase what
they saw that struck them as
beingjust wat is wanted for
HOLIDAY PRSENT for dear
friends The Exhibition will be
continued Daily until
CHRISTMAS EYE
We wish to call special atten
tion to the fine assortment of
goods in our Art Department I
including Choice Books in ela
borate bindings Statuettes
Bisque Flowers and a splendid
line of Beautiful Cards for
Christmas and New Years Pres
ents from Prangs and other
celebrated establishments This
department is in charge of
lflSS JM D VYER
We can not describe all the
desirable goods in stock come
and see We promise you will
be pleased with the handsome
display and low prices
DUNCAN M
McAllisterCo
BOOKSELLERS
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Stationers Newsdealers Etc
72 S Main Street 72
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THE McKINLEY BILL
That famous McKinloy tariff bill which recently became law has been framed by
a distinguished American and for the American While it deals severely with the
foreign manufactured article the tariff acts leniently with all materials imported for
the benefit of our manufacturing industries and American labor For an illustration
allow us to touch the subject of Clothing
GOLDSMITH CO
Who directly import every yard of Cloth and Suitings used in the manufacture of our
I CELEBRATED I
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High Art Clothing
Also being custom duty payers are undoubted authorities upon the pending question
HIGH TARIFF BUGABOO which serves to impress upon many fashionably dressed
gentlemen that the advanced tariff will greatly increase the price on the garment we
manufacture for his wear This argument we are fully prepared and able to discuss
Using past experience to act as criterion wo issue the following common sense argument
for your consideration
FIRSTAdmitting that the Suit and Overcoat manufactured in our Baltimore
tailor shops are far superior than the the ones made in foreign countries but we are
compelled to acknowledge that in order to maintain our reputation for the
FINEST CLOTHING
Whorender the best of satisfaction we are obliged to import our Cloths and Suitings
especially the famous English Wursteds and Meltons Scotch Chevots and Tweeds
French Cassimeres etc which beyond a shadow of a doubt are not only superior to our
home manufacture but positively the finest on the face of the globe
SECONDAdmitting the increased duties on the readymade garments admitted
to our ports are largo and severe yet the material necessary to each garment scarcely
advanced tho paltry sum of 50c Hence the advance we deem perfectly ridiculous and
the most skeptical will readily coincide with us
THIRDAlthough threefourths of our total Clothing stock we handle are of
imported materials duty paid on the old tariff schedule for all these goods were made
up long before October 0 at 12 p m when McKinley law took effect yet we frankly
assure our friends and patrons that we will at all times continue to serve you with the
finest the market affords Tariff or no tariff we will at all hazards be able to discount
competition and sell you a finer Suit or Overcoat for 1000 1500 or 2000 than the
one you pay 500 more for elsewhere and as to our
High Apt Cloth ng9
We are at all times ready and able to distance your Merchant Tailor fancy prices and
yet guaranteeing you equally as good a fitting and made garment if not better
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Sears and Liddle Co
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Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Glass Paints Oils Grain
Hay and Produce Finest Stock of Ground and Colored Glass ever
seen in Utah Full Stock of Carriage Varnishes Japan Colors
and Painters Supplies of the Best Grades always OB hand Our
I Ready Mixed Paints are the Best in the Market
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BARNESLEWISCO
16 lai1J Street i
IS THE CHEAPEST PLACE TO BUY YOUR
M
IAS GOODS
New Candies Spices Nuts Peel
Raisins and Currants Cleaned Ready for Use
Tre Finest in the city 1 1
Bargains in Dry Gocds Shoes etc
A large doll given with a can of Yeast Powder until January 1
p 1 W MADSEN
Is now displaying the largest and most complete line of
FURNITURE
Carpets Curtains
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WHEL11 Paper
An Elegant Line of Fancy Goods for CHRISTMAS
P W ° MADSEN 5153 East First South
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THE STATE BANK OF UTAH S r
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CAPITAL 96OOOOO
HO 60 MAIN STREET ir
SEI1i Lake OIty 1Jiah
HEBER J GRANT President
WM B PRESTON VicePresident
HEBER M WELLS Cashier
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DXREOTORS
Joseph F Smith Chas S Burton
Wm H Rowe Nephi W Clayton
Abraham H Cannon Frank Y Taylor
Spencer Clawson Philo T Farnsworth
Elias Morris Richard W Young
Henry A Woolley I
Receives deposits payable on demand ly
Loans money on approved security Ir
Draws exchange on all principal points
Pays 5 per cent per annum on savings j
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deposits
Compounds interest thereon quarterly
Solicits active accounts
Attends to the wants of its customers
Invites correspondence
CLOAKS AT COST
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AT THE
Schweitzer Cloak SuitCo
33 1IIAIN STREET
The Only Exclusive Cloak and Suit House in i Utah
DONT READ THIS
Old Elephant is
front
is daily in again
y receipt of ch
goceres also all kinds of Builders Hacdwatamliy
and
Ifners Supplies Agents for Ofa ntand Oriental
Jict wders Pumps tilurfh Howe in to Scales Steam Crescent pumps Steel Hoah er Eurch Gar i
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25 Per Cent Discount Off on all Suits
and Overcoats Until January
15th 1891
6WIEUY9
THIS Il1 ENSE SACRIFICE a
11 1st The buildinsr weoccuov now is i rented
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to other pal ties
2nd The building s in bad condition and
not adapted to our use
3rd We have rented a better and iarge
building
4th We must reduce our immense stock a
we wish to reopen in our new store in
the spring with an Entire New Stock
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S Jo NATHAN
Next to Progress Building 151 Main St
The Queen City Printing Ink Company <
A complete and fresh stock of Job and Colors Book and NeWs Inks alway 01 aaai
Bronze Powers Acme and Binghams Durable Composition
Pooles Benzine Cans Inkoleum Etc
lend 11 your orders VVo oenxa eLVO 3rois caOELe3l
t The Queen City Printing Ink Company
R O BOYD estsraz 3vre Jci < aKor
49 1Blaga Strcot 1 Denier 1 Colorado lain Office and Works Cincinnati Oalj
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE ti
As we contemplate making Axtensive alterations we will
FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS
Sell Off Our Entire Stock of
Millinery and Other Goods Regardless of Cost
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