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i TBE 95yT 1AKS HSRAIiB WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 10 1890
I
I AWAITING THE WORD
Troops in Readiness to Move at
Once
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THEY MAY GO TO THE COAST
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The Soldiers Discuss the Various Methods of
Putting a Quietus on Setting BullFort
Dnchesne Notes
The health of the command is good
The command is still held in readiness
and as a consequence nothing but war
talk can be heard
The post surgeon makes a tour of the
post every Sunday morning to look after
its sanitary condition i
Private ODonnell company D Twenty
first infantry has taken a three months
furlough with a view to being discharged
from the service at the expiration of that
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time
The open air concert by the band was
f fully up to the standard on Sunday last I
must congratulate Prof Feussel Principal
Musicians Keating and Saxc and each and
every member for their proficiency The
concert was well attended
In one day I beard at least ten different
versions of the expected redskin war and
nil were intent on a rapid extermination of
Mr Sitting Bull and his numerous family
and to have reported verbatim their
methods of corraling the savages would
have tolled a book of many pages
The old warriors up here who fought in
the different Indian campaigns may yet
have an opportunity to try their hand and
Springfield rifle as well yet a goodly num
berreside at Fort Douglas who have lost
no Indians and are praying in quiet that
Generals Brooke and Miles will oring tae
matter to a satisfactory adjustment with
out these troops being called upon
The track for the electric car line has
reached the post and I expect to have a
pleasant ride on Christmas day to the city
and return This timely connection will
bring us in closer contact with those who
know not how liveth a soldier and as a re
sult those of moderate means can visit us
at a small cost and see for themselves the
tidiest and cleanest military city in Uncle
Sams entire jurisdiction
Tho post will need at least one hundred
copies of TnE CUKISTMVS HERALD in ad
dition to the great number required to
satisfy tho daily subscribers The cost of
the mammoth Christmas issue is only 25
cents and Fritz desires the names of all
those wanting a copy so as to gauge his
order for the same In this connection I
am obliged to several of the boys for their
names as daily subscribers The list is
swelling day by day and all who read THE
HEIJALD pronounce it the best pager in Salt
Lake city FRITZ i
Has the promoter of the Independent
Champions of the Red Cross abandoned his
p an of resuscitating the order at this postl
An organization for the promotion of tem
perance is worthy of support and would un
doubtedly have a large membership wore a
branch of the order startedhore The boys
of the Twentyfirst who came here from
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Fort Bridger have the charter intact of an
organization of the kind which was in
operation there and why not use it here S
The post chapel on Sunday evenings
would make an excellent lodge room
In lieu of the command being South Da
kota bound some enterprising genius has
spread a report that the Sixteenth will be
ordered to California to garrison the posts
only recently vacated by the First regiment
of infantry which regiment passed through
Ogden the other day en route to the scene
of the Indian trouoles I am of opinion
that the Sixteenth will get s move but it
looks like squandering money to move the
First from California and then replace it
with the Sixteenth the latter regiment
being about nine hundred miles nearer the
scene of trouble Rumors are rumors
fact are facts and the fact still remains
that we are here and likely to remain
At 2 oclock on Sunday afternoon divine
services were held in the post chapel The
officiating clergyman Rev E E Carr pas
tor of the M E church on Ninth East of
Salt Lake CIty preached an excellent and
timely sermon The reverend gentleman
proposes to hold services for tho military
city residents every Sabbath afternoon
weather and Providence permitting Mr
Carr is an easy fluent talker and evinces
by his sermons his deep knowledge of Bib
kcal lore He is rich in descriptions of
matters pertaining to Holy Writ and has
gained quite a reputation in our midst as a
devoted man of God thoroughly imbued
with the necessities religious of his audit
ors and withal a perfect gentleman The
chapel was crowded with the military and
very attentive was the audience indeed
FROM FORT DU CHESt
Company A Sixteenth infantry is drill
ing heavy gun drill and company F of the
same regiment is drilling with the Hotch
kiss revolving gun These drills are two
and three times a week
SergeantCaldwell company F Sixteenth
infantry left for Price station on the 4th
instant on military business to begone
until the 8th
A general court martial was convened
on the 3d instant to try Privates Hoffmann
and Gary Sixteenth infantry Lieuten
ant Newton Sixteenth infantry is judge
advocate of the court
Retreat call on Saturdays at sunset has
been dispensed with
Check roll call that is examining every
bunk to see if its proper occupant is in is
made every night at 11 oclock and if any I
are found absent they are so reported by
their respective noncommissioned officers
in charge of quarters to the sergeant of the
guard If all are present no 11 oclock re
ports are made
Drills are as > follows
Monday from 11 to 12 am company
Tuesday from 11 to 12 am battalion
Wednesday from 11 to 12 am battalion
Thursday and Friday from 11 to 12 am
company
The weather is growing very colda sure
reminder that winter is with Us in dead
earnest
The Salt Lake Plumbing Steam and Gas
Fitting Co makes sanitary plumbing a
specialty Prompt attention given to all
kinds of jobbing Store room in basement
ot Constitution building
AMONG HIS GRANDCHILDREN
J R Dodds editor of he daily and
weekly Arbor State of Wymore Neb says
I have seen the magic effect of Chamber
lains Cough Remedy in cases of croup and
colds among my grandchildren We would
not think of going to bed at night without
a bottle of this remedy in the house Cham
berlains medicines are growing more pop
ular hero every day For sale by Z C
M Ldrugdepartment
Sohmer Pianos +
A NEW DEPARTURE
When in need of horse shoeing call tele
phone No 73 A J Pendleton Son and
they will send for your horses
OF INTEREST TO THE PUBLIC
We are receiving heavy shipments of fur
niture and have determined to cut prices
exceedingly close BARRATT BROS 4
James G McDonald Co candles
Radams Microbe Killer a neverfailing
remedy in typhoid and all kinds of fevers
Try it 7
James G McDonald Co candies
Sohmer Pianos
New currants raisins lemon and citron
peel at Peoples Cooperative association
Our fruits are all cleaned
H FODLGER Superintendent
Now that the Deep Creek Railway is a go
we will renew our proposition to sell Lake
City lots at the old prices and easy terms
until the road nears that place when prices
will be advanced 100 per cent Buy now
or you will miss it For particulars call or
send to Pratt Bros real estate office No
55 West First South street where maps
prices and terms will be furnished free
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THE GODBEPITTS DRUG CO
Hive a beautiful assortment of Lubins
Lundborgs Colgates Rickseckers See
lys Lazell Dalley Gos and other choice
perfumes in bulk and in fancy bottles
A great variety of dressingcases in
plush wood and metal triplicate mirrors
workboxes baby sets odor cases travel
ing cases smokers sets and toilet articles
of all kinds both useful and ornamental
Also a large stock of drugs chemicals
patent medicines etc Theirgoods are al
ways of the best and their prices the
lowest
Orders by mail or express always care
fully and promptly filled
Physicians prescriptions accurately pre
pared day or night
GODBEPITTS DRUG Co Salt Lake City
Utah
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whether of scrofulous of
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As well as a complete assortment of
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The well known Practical and Scientific
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m LEASES FOR THE EYE
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People made to see who have not been able to
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Will call at residence by request Can be seen
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A large stock of his French glasses nnd Rock
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Used only by Dr Meyer spectacle and optical
manufacturer of Prismatic Cylindrical and
protectors and Mica spectacles
The undersijmed take pleasure in stntmr that
we have examined most of the lenses Of Dr
Meyer and give it as Our belief that he is entire
master of the art as an optician He was able
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more our belief tbat he is a candid homiest
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credentials in his possesiion are from persons
of character and respectability quite a number
are known to us and we can vouch for their
standing in the medical profession
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J T Hamilton M D A S Bower M D
Allen Fowler M D R W Fisher M D
Lorin Hall M D John Hearn M D
II S hicks M D Wm H IJurUick M D
G W baitch judge of probate court
Judge E D Hoge B F Allen
F W Ross S 13 WesterColJ
H H Rea Ex Gav West
FILBER GUFFY
New roomed house with bath and
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3x20 rods on car line Fifth East 54500
One fourth interest in 73 acres close to
city 824830
5x5 rods corner on car line with new
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2ixtO and 4x5 rods on Third street new i
house n t 8000
11 acres about four miles from postonitoS 5500
160 acres six miles from postofilce per
acre 3 100
Lots in all parts of tho city and in all additions I
and subdivisions
Office Under leseret Mional Bank
THE CULLEN HOTEL
S C EWING Proprietor
Opened October 3dp 1887
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Dealers in Plumbing Material Pumps Pipes and Fittings
Steam Heating Supplies Tin and Iron Roofing Galvan
ized Iron Cornice Guttering Garden Hose and Lawn
Sprinklers Water Filters Etc
No 6 ai1nl S1reeit
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American i Clothing L Show Co a
120 Main Street Salt Lake City Utah
Being that we bought more
Mens Boys arid Childrens Clothing
Than ve have room for therefore we are FORCED TO
SELL and will for the Next Thirty Days ofter all our
Clothing and Overcoats 25 per cent Less than Former
j prices We also have fine line of Underwear which we
will sell for the next 30 Days at Greatly Reduced Prices
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Of Different Styles and Grade which we now offer at
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Louise Laehats Sensational Experience
in JTcw York
Mlle Louise Lachat is just now the cen
ter about which a very pretty judicial po
litical and personal storm is raging in New
York city The title of the case is Lachat
vs Bateman et ux malicious prosecu
tion etc and the moral of Mrs Batemans
rose is that one should not be hasty in
charging theft because property is missing
The moral of the girls caso is threefold
that it is bad to be in a strange land and
ignorant of the language that it is very
risky to be maid in family where dia
monds are left lying about carelessly and
that it is worst of all to be poor and friend
less And these three are whats the mat
ter with Louise Lachat
Mr and Mrs A E Bateman are people
of wealth living at No 3 Fifth avenue He
is of late something of an invalid and she
is the fortunate owner of 12000 worth of
diamonds two elegant necklaces Louise
Lachatisa French
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4 girl o r woman
who had been the
nurse for the Bator
clt1 man children for
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ij 1 a year and was
Y greatly beloved by
i them as well as
r 7 2 trusted b y the
i I family She had
f 1 g jflee access to tho
1lf1f M room in which the
c fdjttr diamonds were
ct lfhf01 1 h and was often sent
t glfl J j i fwith the key to
rf I Xf get things from
LOUISE LACHAT the same drawers
in which the jewels lay 1 in their little case
The jewels were missed auil Mrs Bateman
could not remember having seen them for
home days The maiiT had been in i the
room frequently To tbj feminine mind
the chain of logic was complete and so
Louise was arrested put through a rigid
examination at police headquarters com
muted to jail then brought out and for
mally imprisoned again in default of 10
000 bail
The evening of the day of her second
commitment a detective found the jewels
in a room of the Bateman mansion in
the bag they were usually kept in but
under a bed Mrs Bateman who had
sworn to the charge against the girl and
then gone to the country went into the
cty next day and presenting herself at
Jefferson market police court withdrew
the charge and requested Justice OReilly
to release the girL But it was not so sim
ple a mutter He would not take the re
sponsibility till the proper attorney had
consented and that attorney would not
act till the grand jury had reported and
so the Lachat girl had to stay in jail a
while longer Then a queer thing hap
pened as to which the authorities are dis
puting
First the clerk of the court hinted to
Mrs Bateman that if she withdrew the
charge unconditionally the girl would
have grounds for a suit against her which
would not be the case if the charge re
mained and was act ll on by the grand
jury Spcond a detective hinted to the
Batemans that they had better adhere to
the original charge and claiiri that the
girl had secreted the jewels where they
were found Third Mrs Bateman in
sisted upon giving the girl a dollar which
was supposed to be in fall against
damage and fourthly and most singular
of all a detective induced the girl to sign
a paper supposed to be a release of the
Batemans from all liability
It soon transpired that Mile Lachat did
not know what she was doingsne thought
it only a formality to secure her release
and then a hot hunt began for the paper
and the detective Both are hard to find
George F Titus detective and sergeant
was thought to be the man but declares
on oath that he isnt and the inspector
believes him The paper has vanished
since the lawyers gave their opinion that
it is valueless The police authorities in
sist that the girl has contradicted herself
in many ways and the girl says that the
interpreter they sent to her deceived her
both as to the paper and the charge against
her The grand jury of course ignored
the charge against the girl and now she
has brought suit against the Batemans for
8100000 L The developments will no doubt
give interesting views of how some things
I are done in detective circles
Buried with ImposinjjHonors
The city of St John K B gave gallant
Fred Young a heros burial the other day
He was a lad of 17 who lost his life in at
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tempting to rescue a drowning comrade
The qty council the volunteer corps and
the Carious societies of the town turned
out Flags floated at half mast from all
the public and many private buildings
The bells of the churches tolled and as the
cortege passed the Roman Catholic cathe
dral on its way to the cemetery the chimes
played the Dead March in Saul All in
all the funeral ceremonies were a remark
able testimonial to the dead boys worth
and gallantry
gallantryGhat
What a Cold Slave Is
Here is an explanation of something not
generally known A cold wave as defined
by Professor T Russell is a fall of tem
perature in twentyfour hours of 20 degs
over an area of 50000 square miles the
temperature in some part of this area de
scending to 36 degs Between 1680 and 1S90
no less than 501 cold waves were recorded
in the United States In the great cold
wave of Jan 1718S2 the fall of 20 degs
extended over an area of 1101 square miles
and the fall of 10 degs included an area of
2029000 square miles In six cold waves
of he ten years the area of the fall of 20
degs was more than a million square
miles Cold waves follow a day after an
area of low pressure or occur to the south
east of an area of high pressure attaining
their greatest extent when both conditions
are present together They occur only
however in the presence of an area of high
or low pressure
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