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HERALD
WEDNESDAY kT7Tfln3 nvf A 1QOT
SALT LAKE REJOICES
Crowds of Democrats Visit the
Center of News
i
THE HERALD AND CLUB BESIEGED
0
At the Democratic Headquarters Prominent
Men of All Parties Republicans
Co Home Despondent
I
Last night was the regular meeting date
for the Central Democratic Society but
tho election returns from the east en
gaged tho attention of all and the regular
business was postponed to a subsequent
iay Tho speciul wire and steroopticon
attractions drew a large crowd and the
hail was thronged till an early hour this
morning by tnembors of the Liberal party
tnd prominent Democrats
There Was not standing room even much
oas seating capacity So much interest
has not been manifested in an eastern elec
tion for mony yearn
Tho business room of THE HERALD
were crowded till they closed at a lato
hour and afterward those moro deonlv In
terostea Invaded me editorIal offices 10 gei
the latest wire The best of feeling pre
vailed as the certainty of Democratio suc
cess became apparent and there was a
cheerfulness on every Democratic face and
enthusiasm whenever groups of them met
Manyprominont Republicans and Lib
eral leaders called at Democratio head
quarters and were welcomed with the best
of cheer
ExGovernor West watched Dunbars
table and said old Kentucky was safe
Hon John T Caine fitted his congres
sional smile to the New York returns
Mr Nat Brigham became elated when
Russells rael ction in Massachusetts was
assured The two were classmates at Har
vard
Frank Dyer wore his goldheaded cane I
and smiled pleasantly all the evening
Treasurer Walden was flying in the
cloudshis ship of state n speech hadgone
into port for repairs
George Cullins had a triangular wager
that included Ohio and was oneasy about
wool
A SALT Lflt1
D C Dunbar was as ever active and
omnipresent
E A Smith shook hands like a Presby
terian of the old school
Mr Goodfellow sat near the instrument
to prevent any COSTS from slipping
The crowd in front of the club rooms
was appreciatively attentive and frequently
demonstrative
Judge Norrell was well enough to ap
plaud occasionally
Wendell Benson had just arrived from
the home of Jim Blaine and after hearing
the returns said Jim dJnt want the prod
dency
Judge Powers came in with a Lord Dun
dreary hitch to his step and minus his bou
quet He gave a Michigan smile and his
eye bore a sort of a wishIwerewithyou
expression
Wiener Jones and his Prince Albert occu
pied a front seat and no one sat on his silk
haThe
The only Divine luiug in local Republi
canism was there with a Duke of Con
naught accent and a William M Evarts
aentenco ready to explode
Even Jake Greenewald was willing to
wager something on Ohio provided the
registration was all right
The entire crowd was unable to answer
the interrogation form of W L Brown
as he strode in with a Jim Blaine air and
division accent to his breath
R C Chambers clambered up two
flights of stairs to TUE HEUALD telegraph
rooms after midnight to hoar the very
latest Of course it pleased him
A JOJLXT MEErING
The Chamber of Commerce and Tranapirta
tion Bnreau Transact Important Business
A joint meeting of the directors of the cham
ber of commerce and the transportation bureau
I was held last evening at the chamber of com
merce building President Fred Simon called
tho meeting to order There was a good at
tendance and several very Important Questions
pertaining to the Interests ot Salt Lake city
and the territory of Utah were informally dis
cussed and some very important actions were
taken which are not at present given for
publi
cation
The following resolution was adopted
Resolved That as early as expedient the
Salt Lake chamber of commerce will be glad to
co onerate with other cities of Utah In organiz
ing a territorial board of trade for the purpose
of looking up transportation and other ques
tion affecting said cities
The secretary had written the chambers of
commerce at Ogden Provo and Logan asking if
these bodies were willing to join with that of
Salt Lake in a concerted action on the trans
portation question and he had received verbal
and written replies from those bodies stating
t their willingness to cooperate with Salt Lake
in the matter
Y M C A OPENING
Grand deception Last Evening Hlitory and
Progress of the Institution
t
The question of a Y M C association
had been for
agitated the past seven years
but not until a year ago was a permanent
organization effected Prior to that time
occasional meetings were held in the Fed I
eral court room A year ago last May
email rooms were secured in the building
now in use but they being found inade
quate were enlarged to such an extent that
I they now occupy space over two stores
The rooms comprise reading bath and
class rooms nnri 1 tnnIJJ + h 1n
1WUalllUW 100e latter
equipped with dumb bells
ipp clubs and nu
merous appliances for muscular develop
ment The reading room and gymnasium
are spacious apartments that can be thrown
Into one largo room having a capacity for
holding about five hundred people which
make it admirably suited to the giving of
sociables receptions etc which is
pro
posed to be done during the coming winter
The most unique feature of the whole is
the charming little parlor furnished by
I the ladies of the association The ladies
t organized in December an auxilliary and
on New Years day kept open house and
in the evening was neld a book
Bocial at which were received
about two hundred and ninety vol
umes this being the nucleus of a
constantly Increasing library The gentle
I men raised the necessary funds for enlarg
lug and improving the gymnasium reading
and bath
rooms while the ladies supplied
furnishings etc being assisted id their
noble work by the ladies of the several
churches each in turn giving an entertain
ment of some kind the proceeds going to
tho auxiliary fund In the class room are
taught practical arithmetic bookkeeping
and penmanship thereby giving
young
I men who are ambitious to learn an ppor
tunity of Improving themselves free of
charge The members of the association r
who are versed in these different branches
give instruction free Any young
man of
uQQl1 moral character ie eligible to member I
3
I ship and entitled to all privileges except
votine Those belonging to some evange
I lical church enjoy this prerogative The
L number of visitors average 175 daily The
moving spirit of tho work hero is J Wyld
man Murphy who has been in charge for
the past year The officers of the associa
tion are C E Allen president IT T
Cabkey secretary F E Houghton treas
urer Ladies auxiliary president J N
Melton Mrs Stiehl secretary
To celebrate the opening of the rooms
after tho great renovations and enlarge
ments which they have undergone a public
reception was given last evening which
was very largely attended there being
fully 500 guests entertained
The looms were tastefully decorated and
the now furniture carpets otc gave the
I whole n very handsome appearance
An address of welcome was delivered by
I the president Mr C E Allon In which he
tendered the thanks of the associaion to
I all those who had so generously aided by
1 liberal donations of money books and time I
and so enabled tho directors to enlarge and
extend the usefulness of the association
I The directors deserved great commenda
tion for their hard work and for tho faith
ful manner in which thoy had performed
their duties He said be was not in the
habit of making long speeches and would
simply commend the audience to the cara
of tho ladies who had provided for the
creature comforts of tho guests all of
whom wero heartily welcome Refresh
ments were served during tho evening and
the guests took great interest in examining
the gymnasium and other improvements
which bad been made
Tho reception was a decided success the
only brawback to individual enjoyment
being the crowded state of the rooms ow
ing to the large number present
IS IT CHURCH Oil SCHOOL
Which of the two Ic the Moro Powerful Agent
of Civilization
The meeting of the Lye eum given in tho
parlors of the Hotel Templeton was a good suc
cess In every sense of the word
The debate on tho question Resolved
That the present civilization is due more to the
influence i of tho church than the school
proved an exceedingly interesting at times
exciting one Mr Elliott tor the affirmative
showea tho condition of the ancients before the
introduction of Christianity who whllo they were
well educated committed deeds of atrocity that
made man In reading them shudder with horror
After Christ appeared a new era dawned upon
the world which has been one of advancement
since He closed with a very fine peroration
on the sublime truths and sentiments enunci
ated by tho Divine Master
Mr Stewart for the negative said if ithad
not been for the told of the Catholic church
upon the people in the selling of indulgences
the pretended infallibility of the Pope we
would have been in our present civilization
hundreds of years ago The church of
Christendom has been an impediment to the
advance of civilization The great industrial
world has grown out of our school yatem
Follow education from the Greeks to the pres
ent and you BOO all has been one of advance
ment
Ho referred to tho kindergarten system
moral truths taught In our schools of today
and quoted from history of education history of
civilisation etc In support of his arguments
The debate was listened to with profound at
tention by all present The judges Messrs
Burrows Hodeson ana Jenklnbon decided In
favor of the negative
Frank Woodmansee answered an historical I
question The Lyceum quartette gave a very
pleasing selection A hearty vote of thanks
was tendered Manager Brixen for the use of
parlors
PRESIDENT SMITE EXPLAINS i
i
He Did Not Deliver
a Republican harangue on
Sunday but on Monday
To the Editor of THE HERALD
DEAR SIR In your issue of this morning in
an editorial article under the caption of Moro
of It I dud the following A specialin this
Issue of TUE HERALD says that on Sunday las
at Logan President Joseph F Smith took ad 1
vantage of the congregation assembled to wor
ship the Almighty to deliver a Kspublican
harangue changing the services into a political
meeti g and setting up the G O P as some
thing for the people to worship etc1
The dispatch referred to under ordinary cir
cumstances would be sufficient correction of
the above misstatement of facts but believing
THE HERALD does not intend to mislead its
readers by printin falsiioods I desire to make
tth correction necessary to put it right before
the public
The services at tho Logan concronce on Sun
day last were tevoted to tae worship of the Al
mighty and the exhortation or tho ptoplo tae
performance of religious duties and not one
word was said on that day by any speaker on
the subject of politics
On Monday the 2d Inst the conference as
semblea for the transaction of business and for
general counsel to the
people on temporal a
well as sniritual1nntlr nercrore tile m a
meeting
was in no sense changed from the worship of
the Almighty to a political meeting as stated
in THE HERALD
From the standpoint of a Republican and on
my own behalf I should perhaps thank THE
HERALD for its advice given in such pointed
manner to the Mormon
church officials In re
gard to preaching partisan politico and turn
ing their pulpits into hustings etc but I as
sure you no such advice was needed My dis
course on Monday morning occupied twelve
minutes not more than five of which was de
oted to politics I simply gave general advice
to the people and requested the Democratic
Saints not to feel like disfellowshipplng John
Henry Smith and myself because we happened
to have descended from a race of Whigs and
wero therefore traditionally as well as con
scientiously Republicans For I was convinced
that good Republicans as well as gcod Demo
crats were capable of becoming good Mormons
To your correspondent the head and front of
my offending seems to have been the public an
nouncemept that I was a Republican Very re
spectfully JOSEPH F SMITH
SALT LAKE CITY Nov 3 Hm
AUCTION AUCTION
On Saturday November 7 at 11 am
No 1GS W Fourth South street Fino
antique oak sets lot of fine carpets elegant
cook stove with reservoir tables and
chairs pillows and bedding lamps lot of i
dishes and jars 3 boating stoves brica
brac etc etc K A ANDREWS
Auctioneer
CLIFT HOUSE
Located Corner Alain and Third South Street
The Clift is the best 2 per day house in
this city Rooms large cool and airy now
and hands me furniture electric light and
all the latest conveniences and accessories
Dining hall spacious and perfect in its ap
pointment Table firstclass Tho only
house in the city serving breakfast dinner
and supper other hotels serving lunch
ANDREW C BRIXEN DUO Props
HOTEL TEMPLETON
Opposite temple and tabernacle The only
strictly firstclass hotel in Salt Lake city
Dining hall on sixth floor giving a splendid
virw of the city Cuisine and service
unsurpassed west of Chicago
ANDREW C BRIXEN Manager
PROTECTION
The American JJ of Philadelphia will
take care of you
youH J GlUT Co Agents
J F QKiST Manager
DO NOT NEGLECT YOUR TEETH
Have them filled or a plata made and pay
for it in small weakly payments at Dr
Leokas dental parlors No 24 West Sec
ond South Firstclass work guaranteed
at cash price
i bOUND LlVEit AlAKKS A WELL MAN
Are you bilious constipated or troubled
trith Jaundice sick headache bad taste in
mouth foul breath coated tongue dyspep
sin indigestion hot dry skin pain in back
and between the shoulders chills and
fever etc If you have any of these symp
toms your liver is out of order and your
blood is slowly being poisoned because
your liver does not act properly Herblno
will cure any disorder or the liver stomach
or bowels It has no equal as a liver med
icine Price 75 cents Free trial bottles
it Z C M I drug department
Abstracts of title to real estate situated
in Salt Lake county neatly
accurately and I
corder promptly furnished by the county re
George Vine piano tuner Coalter
I Snelgrove company
Arnicated Eureka Cream for chapped and
I
I rough skin
UNITED STATES POSTOFFICE
Closing ot mails August 1891
MAILS CLOSE
U PFast Mall East 800 am
U POgden Butte Portland and
Intermediate points 925 am
R G W Atlantic Mall east 850 am
U PLocal tail north to Logan and
intermediate points also a closed
pouch for San FranclBco 230 pm
R G WMaU for Ogden 330 pm
U PMan for San lranciscon 500 pm
R G WMaU for San Francisco 1100 pm
R G W Denver and Aspen Mall 905 pm
U PPark City Coalvllle and Echo 230 pm
U PFrisco Milford and Intermedi
ato points 610 am
U P Stockton and Intermediate
points n 010 a m
U CPark City Mill Creek and
local 700 am I
R G W Blngham 725 am j
R G WPouches for MilfordFrlsoo
and Provo 300 pm
nouns FOB THE ARRiVAL or MAILS
ARRIVE
AT DEPOT
PEastern
fast mall 400 am
U PPark City and Cache Valley 1045 am
U PIdaho Montana and Oregon 135 pm
U P Frisco Milford and all points
south 540 pm
U P Stockton and Intermediate
points 4CO pm
R G W California and West940 am
R G W Pacific mail 1201 pm
R G W Pacific express 1200 pm
R G W pmI
WBlngham 600 pm I
U CPark City and Mill Creek630 pm
OFFICE HOURS OPEN CLOSE
Money order window u 000 am 500pm
Register window 900 am 600 pm
General delivery and stamp
window
Rrflfl a m C00 nm
Carriers window except
Sunday 000 am 700 pm
SUNDAY HOURS OPEN CLOSE
General delivery and stamp
window 1100 aro 100 pm
Carriers window 1200 m 100 pm
Hours for collecting or mall from the letter
boxes in the buslnes district 8 a m and 10 a
m 130 p m and 4 p m 630 1 p m and 9 p m
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GRAND REMOVAL SALE I
NOW ON AT THE
SALT LAKE EQUITABLE STORES
30 and 32 Market Row
In 45 days we expect to move Into our Mammoth Now Store on the corner of
Richards street and First South now being erected
Mens and Boys Clothing 50c on 100
DRY GOODS BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS and GROCERIES
Way Down Prices for Cash
Salt Lake Equitable Coop
30 and 32 Market Row
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Paper your Walls
Carpet your Floors
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AND KEPLACS YOUR OLD AND WORNOUT
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WITH GOODS IN =
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If such are your inclinations be sure to go to the old reliable house
MADSENS FURNITURE STORE
5153 E First South Street near Theatre
WILLIAMS HOYT COS
ROCKY OUNTAIN
Boys Youths Misses Childrens and Infants
JL1fr 0 E S I J
ARE SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS
Ask Z 0 c M La for Thexn
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I The Only Exclusive Cloak and Snit Housa in Utah
II I irig T SALT IrfAKTES OXTY
i PHIL KLIPPLE CARRIAGE SHOPS t
Carriage and Paintiig
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Yl ag V ll Repairing and Trimming I
HEW WORK I TELEPHONE
SUiLT TO ORDER
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J W TAYPresident iJ W riYLOte r H Li JAN JR
President VicePresident Secy and Traaaurar
UTAH MANUFACTURING BUILDING CO
DEALERS IN ALL GRADES OP
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TERlIS CASE
I Factcry at Mill Greet Telephoaa at Yard 80654 P 0 Box 1623
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PERSONAL MENTION I
I
WASil J YOUNG one of Salt Lakes enter
prising drummers has just returned from a two
weeks trip to Idaho and Montana
HON WENDELL BENsON returned from Bar
Harbor Me yesterday tn time to receive the
result of the grand Democratic victories at the
Democratic wigwam Mrs Benson stopped in
Omaha to see little Vendella started at
Urownell hall school
IIR AND MRS JOHN EGAN of Honolulu
Hawaiian Islands passed through Salt Lake
yesterday en route home fiom an extended
bridal tour through the United States Mr
Egan is ono of the leading dry goods dealers
I and his wife is tho daughter of J 11 Paty a
leading banker of Honolulu They left on the
midnight train for San Francisco
THEY ARE ALL ffl I IT
Enterprise of First South Street
Merchants
ORE AND BULLION RECEIPTS
Work on the Box Elder Mines Progressing
The Big Prodnctrofthe ParkGen
eral Mining News
The business men at tho south side of
First South between Main and West
Temple have set an example which if
followed by other of our merchants would
make the business portion of Salt Lake the
best lighted section on earth The idea is
said to have been originated by the inde
fatigable Fred Simon and it received the
hearty support of all whom he approaohed
Work was conmenced yesterday and
it is more than probable it
will be completed this evening
Tho idea is to put in seven aro lights on
the south side of tho street and the ex
pense attendant upon their maintenance is
to be borne pro rata by the merchants Tho
small merchant therefore eels the same
benefit as his neighbor who does ten times
the amount of business and for a anon
that he can reudily afford to pay It is said
to bo the intention to ultimately
extend this line of lights around
tho corner and south to Sec
ond South Outside of the benefits
derived by the merchants these lights
will be a great boon to all whose business
calls them in that direction after nightfall
Tho enterprise of these gentlemen is to be
commended and it is to be hoped that the
example will be followed by the merchants
of the other business
streets There are
many who now keep an aro light in front
of their premises at a cost of
15 per month By tho sys
tem of cooperation this expense
is cut down from onethird to one
half and tho smaller merchant who does
not feel able to maintain an independent
arc light can get all the benefits ot one by
the payment of a very small sum monthly
First South street merchants are wide
awake and progressive those of other
portions of the city must join in the pro
cession
Ore and Bullion
McCornick 1 Co received yesterday
Hanauer bullion t5550j ores 517250
Wells Fargo S Co received Bullion
3777 ores 3994
T R Jones Co received Ores 18
000 silver bars 11500 i base bullion 514
000
I Box Elder Mines
Work is progressing on the mines in Box
Elder caflon A largo tunnel is being dug I
into tho mountain with encouraging re I
sults A week or so will likely develop
something out of the ordinary The ex
terior indications are too promising for
nothing good to come out of those moun
tains Time for development is necessary
The encouraging news came late last
night that at a depth of twenty ono feet
the miners have struck tho rich copper belt
for which they were tunneling Bugler
Concentrate
The New Idea sent in fifteen tons
The Gum Drop was a shipper yesterday
Twentysix tons came from tho Miners
Dream
The water in the Anchor shaft is gradu
ally receding
A big lot of concentrates came from tho
Crescent yesterday
The Glencoo has a shipment of eighteen
tons of concentrates
The Gemini had another big fihipmon
of good ore yesterday
A car load of ore came from the Coaten
nialEureka yesterday
The Telegraph nt Bingham is to indulge <
in new hoisting works
The Maxtield of Cotlonwood
was a
chipper of eighteen tons yestsrday
Yesterday was a holiday in New r
and there were no quotations of either lead
or silver
Tho Record says the ore shipments from
Park = City this week will be something
tremendous
Two hundred and eighty tons came from
the South Galena This mine is making a
most enviable record
Recent assays from the Lulu mine at
Marysvale show No1 2975 ounces all
ver and 2411 gold No 268 95 ounces eli
rer and 2715 oldi No 3 tsJO ounces silver
and 59043 gold
Yesterdays Real Estate Transfers
Moses P Kinkald to John C Weeter ot
al lot 13 block 2 Main and State street
addition i 400
John C Wheeter et al to Albert WCasey uu
lots 11 ad 12 block 1 Woodlawn ad
dition u 200
Alfred L Atwood and wife to D H
Lingle block 22 Asbury Park addition 1
F Beylo et al to Sm Gunman lots I 2
and block 4 I Hyde Park addition oo
Peter Hendrlckson to Jacob c Sorenson
part of section 19 township 2 south of
range 1 east
i KQ
J B Hamilton and wife to T A Davis
trustee lot 2 block 2 De Longs First
ncMUion
200
Ho hn Johnson and wife to William T
Wixcey part of lot 3 block 20 plat Un 425
Thomas B Higgins to Thomas Sapping
claim ton Interest in Monitor Lode mining
1000
E D R Thompson to Isabell Sanders
part of section 2J township 1 south of
range 1 east i
EmllvH Woodmanseo to Wm E Hub
bard et al part of lots block 33 plat B
Salt Lake city survey u 3500
Frances M Neft to Nephi Smart part of
section 34 township 1 south of range 1
east
1 100
Wm H Beck to L C Carlson lot 17
block Temple View j 200
Wm Hubbnrd to Emily VoodmanC
lot 5 Wilier Wilson subdivision 3250
Joseph and Susan McLaughlin to Carl A
ErIckson part of lot a block 36 plat A 1200
Charles Eddms to A S Bower mining
G property H Both well ct al to A S Boner part j
of 1t 4 block 12plit B 10
Louis F Kullalc to J C Calhoun proper
ty in Irving Park addition 1
Isaboll Sanders to E D R Thompson
part of section 20 township I south of
1 east
range 3500
Total
n 616939
AFRIGHTFQL ACCIDENT
A Little Girl Is Caught Under
a Moving
Train
A horrible accident occurred at the stone
1iI nn PCh eM
joiuo uu JJI ULU ouuiu diiuvi last evening
which came near resulting in the death of Con
stance Nielson the tiveyearold daughter of
tho foreman of the stone yards
it seems that the ittle girl was
playing undor some cars in the yard when
the train started up and the cnllds left foot
was caught under n wheel and frightfully
crushed Her criesbrought assistance at once
and the little one was taken to her home
Medical assistance was promptly secured and
on examination It wrs found
necessary to
am
putate the leg just below the knee The opera
tion was successfully performed and late last
night the physicians stated that the child
would recover
SUDDEN DEATH
Abe Warder Expires in the Bunk House sit
the Jail
On Monday night a homeless wanderer I
named Abe Warder went to the police
station and asked for a nights lodging
The man was known to tho officers as in
Juno last he was sentenced to thirty days
imprikonment for drunkenness and tbo
desk sergeant told him to go to bed inr the
bunk house He went to the place des
ignated and was assisted into a bunk
Warder appeared to be sick and some cof
fee was offered him but ho declined it
saying he wished to go to sleep The
officers then left him and when Jailor
Raleigh opened the place yesterday morn
I
ing he found the man lying dead in his
bunk Coroner Harris was promptly no
tified and he had the body removed to the
office of the Utah Undertaking company
where an Inquest was held in the after
noon J E Hansen L N Smith and O A
Jennings being sworn as jurors The evi
dence was taken and Dr Ewing after
making an examination of the body an
nounced the death was due to heart
failure brought on by alcoholism
The jury returned a verdict to that effect
and tho remains will be buried today
Warder was only thirty years of age and
was by occupation a barber At one time
ho was in the employ of tho United States
Express company at St Joseph Mo So
far as is known he had no relatives in this
territory
EVANSTON EVENTS
News of a Political Personal Legal and Busi
ness Nature
Representative C D Olark has returned
from a visit to his Republican constituents
In the northern counties so says the News
Hon Samuel T Corn is back from court
at Rawlins where he has been engaged on
Carbon couutys leading cases
Prosecuting Attorney J C Hamm Is
baok from a visit to Kansas and reports
the Farmers alliance and the Democracy
as tho only political parties in the state
and they seem to be coming to a mutual
iinHnrstnnrtintr
In fact all the lawyers are home again
reparing for the November term of court
ailed specially to consider cattlestealing
ases Those very efficient officers
Sheriff Ward and his deputy Calverley
are Hunting out the worst of tho cattle
thieves and we expect to hear something
drop within the next two weeks that will
olievo the cattle Industry of a heavy
urden
The News of last week informs us that
our most able United States Senator F E
Warren has been north looking up the
wants of his admiring constituents We
c an imagine him looking them up as be
did in Evanston on his return from the
irrigation I congress He arrived at noon
and departed at midnight and no one knew
ho was in town except the few leading
Republicans invited to meet him
in a leading law firms office
after dark not to cite their wants but hear
his Tho Lander Mountaineer invited him
vbie in that vicinity to visit it and make
some more promises which he did not in
tend to fulfill
Richard King employed as a machinist
by the Union Pacific railroad has resigned
his position hero to go to Carbon county
where ho takes the position of overseer of
the five or six sheep herds and ranches of
Thomas Blair Diok will be greatly
missed by his shop mates and particularly
by hose company Wo 3 I of which he was
foreman and leading spirit On Saturday
evening about fifty of his admiring friends
assembled at the residenco of his brother
Thomas King and the hose company pre
sented him with a handsome Winchester
rifle und accoutrements Ho departed on
tlio midnight train to his new field of labor
Homer Wright yesterday stepped onto
tho footboard of a new engine which he
now calls his own
The lust will of Kittle Prosser has
been found and rumor has it that most of
her property is left to John Foltor who is
appointed executor The will was In the
possession of Lawyer Ryckinan who has
been out on his ranch for some time past
end did not know of Mrs Prossers death
We understand that there was a wager
made here on Friday in which a prominent
Republican bet lOU that the Republicans
would carry four of the five big eastern
states for the heads of their tickets It just
seems that those western Republicans are
getting foollsher and foolisher
A firm styling itself the Parisian Cloak
company came to town tho past week and
o cued a line of cloaks and furs at the Hotel
Marx Tho men were asked to pay the
usual license and refused claiming they
wero a branch of a Cheyenne house paying
taxes in this stale The prosecuting attor
ney took the matter up and cited them to
prove that they had paid taxes on these
particular goods which they could not d eo
They wero fined 100 and costs and ap
pealed buton Saturday finding the officers
meant business and that they would not bo
permitted to do business pending the hear
ing of the appeal they came up to the cap
tains desk and paid their city and county
tsxes and the costs of their trial and will
now do business as residents V
Ei STO X Wyo Nov 1 191
TIlE DJfSKKKr sAVLtG < 4NK J
The attention of those desiring to open
ravings accounts is i called to the Dascret
Savings Bank which allows Intereston de
posits at the rate of 5 per cent per annum
compounded quarterly Money to loan on ap1
proved real estate seourity Its officers ar
Gos follows
JOHN SHARP President
MOSES TnxTOiiEK VicoProsidont
E A SMITH Cashier
DIRECTORS
JOHN SHARP J It BXBWHS
JAMBS SHAKP D H PEKKT
MOSES TIIXTCHEII J T LITTLE
HENHT DINWOODBY ELUS A SMITH
L S HILLS W W RITEB
J C CUTLER F W JUNNINOS
l GBOBOE ROMNIT
TheFulda Makes a Record
LONDON Nov 3Tho Fulda bent the beat
previous steamship record from New York to
Gibraltar The time or the passage was eight
days and eight hours
National Educating Association
NEW YORK Nov 3The ex cutivo commit
tee ot the National Education association has
decided to hold the next annual convention at
Sal ntoga Springs July lii I to 15 I 139
Knit Against Union Pacific
WASHINFTON Nov Associate Justice
Brewer of the supreme court or the United
States sitting as circuit justice began the
hearing of the arguments in the case of the
suit brought by the United States for the ills
trtot of Nebraska against the Union Pacific
railway Jcompanr and Westefn Union Tele
graph company The suit is brought by the
it ornev general in pursuance with the provis
ions of the octet Congress known as the Ander
son net which compels all subsidized railroad
companies which by law l are required to con
struct operate and maintain telegraph lines to
construct operates and maintain them as to
furnish to connecting lines equal facilities for
transmission of business The government
aeeltd to hay declared void tho contract be
yond the cooperative competency of the com
pony Counsel for the Western Union rtlf d an
exhaustive brief containing a statement of
their position in the matter Counsel insisted
the competency of the railroad company t do da
enter Into a contract with a
telegraph company Is reinforced
by the general telegraph law originally enacted
June 24 I860 thrC for the purposed of the bill l
the defendants and the contract between them
are not within the commands injunction and
prohibitions of the Anderson act I
A Double Murder
GEOrtoiANA Ala Nov aLast night I
Thomas Shoppard and wife a couple of highly
nnn n n L
osioouiuu people rcauiuy two uiuos from town
were murdered Their bodies were horribly
butchered the crime having apparently been
committed with axes Every trunk and drawer
in the house was pillaged People ann in 1 n
state of frenzy nnd a large force of men has
been patrolling the country In search of tho
merderers
I No Opposition to the Democrats
JACKSON Miss Nov 3
3Thcre was no oppo
sition to the Democratic ticket in this county
Ihe vote was light The Australian
system
l
I worked satisfactorily I

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