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THE SALT LAKE HERALD J TUESDAY JANUARY 5 1892
PH1HBRAL
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
TUESDAY January 1S92
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TRAVELERS FROM SALT LAKE
t Will find THE HERALD on all railroad trains In
the wcst at the news stands Denver Butte
Omaha Leadville Portland Bolso and all
ether Western cities Also at tho P O News
company Chicago Brcntanos Union squaro
New York Palace HotelSan Francisco Chey
enne News Co Cheyenne and the Ebbltt house
Washington Readers of THE HEIUJLD who do
not find It offered for sale on the trains or other
places whero It should be will confer a favor
by notifying Immediately
WHAT
ABOUT
1892
If you have cot made your advertising ar
rangements for the coming year lot THE
HERALD make some figures for you This
paper goes into nearly every ho me in Utah
most of those In Idaho and a big proportion of
those in Colorado Wyoming and Arizona No
merchant or dealer who has wares for sale can
find a better means for reaching the people
than by using tho columns of THE HERALD
If you cant afford daily advertising try the
SEMIWEEKLY every other day twice a week
or THE SUNDAY HERALD only but your busi
ness should bo represented in THE HERALD in
some shape little or big
EVERYBODY
READS
THE
S
HERALDe
UNION PACIFIC HOTEL
Opposite U P depot American and European
plan 51 to S2SO per day SO to 510 per week
Special to tourifets and family parties
BEN F 1VIIlTlE ORE Propr
HOTEL I lPIElnn
Opposite temple and tabernacle Tho only
strictly firstclass hotel in Salt Lake city
Dining hall on sixth floor Riving a splendid
view of the city Cuisine and service un
surpassed west of Chicago
ALOXZO YOUNG Manager
EYE AND EAR DR LYONS
Hooper 1S Eldredgo Building 49 S Main 01
SILVER BROSIRON WORKS Gffi
I No149 West North Temple
JEFFERSON DEMOCRATIC CLUB
A meeting of the Jefferson Democratic
club will be held in the Twentieth Ward
schoolhouse on Wednesday evening at 730
All members and those who wish to become
members are cordially invited tobe pres
ent
J L RAWLINS Chairman
DAVID L MURDOCH Secretary
LADIES MAKE YOUK
Husbands and sweethearts happy by buy
lug them a fine meerschaum pipe or cigar
holder I also have a fine Havana cigar
which is in a fine Xmas box A hand some
present at SAM LEVYS
171 and 173 Main street
ANOTHER MOVE STORE
Opposite the temple south the Spencer
B water company are selling hard coal
stoves at reduced prices It will pay you
to call and see them before buying else
where
FURS FURS FUR
Finefurs in stock and made to order
Cleaning repairing refitting of seal
sacques a specialty
MEREST the Furrier 220 Main
A POLICY
In the Niagara will insure sweet repose
H J GRANT Co Agents
J F GRANT Manager
Armlcated Eureka Cream
The finest of lotions for chapped hands
and lips rough skin pimples tan etc
Makes tho skin soft white and smooth
Elegantly perfumed Only 25 cents at
druggists
DYSPEPSIA
That nightmare of mans existence which
makes food a mockery and banishes sleep
from weary eyea readily yields to the
potent influence of tho celebrated English
Dandelion Tonic It tones up tho diges
tive organs restores tho appetite makes
assimilation of food possiblo and invigor
ates tho whole system All druggists soil
at t1 per bottle 0
HOW ABOUT IT
To the Editor of THE HERALD
Some time since it was reported that one
of Franks patrolmen had pawned his pin
and star in a saloon Whatever truth there
may have been in this it is certain E F
Bromham is a man of good character as all
who are acquainted with him will testify
Ho is a man of family and served for thir
teen months in the lire department Give
him a fair show A CITIZEN
SALT LAKE CITY Jan 4
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTER
The members of Court Pride No 7257 aro
requested to meet at A O U W hall 33 >
S West Temple street at 8 oclock sharp
Wednesday evening Visiting brethorn
cordially invited By order of the C R
G W ARHMOR Secretary
I
I i
Buckwheat Cakes
The old way of setting to raise over night by the
Use of yeast while the cakes were light yet there was always
a well founded suspicion that buckwheat cakes mado in
that manner were indigestible and unwholesome because
of the chemical action that takes place so alters the flour
from its original character that the souring or decomposing
I
process continues in the stomach followed by dyspepsia
and kindred troubles
The new way does away with all fermentation souring
etc and places upon the table smoking hot buckwheat cakes
in 12 minutes or less Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder
is the element that superseded the old methods Buck
wheat and all griddle cakes made with Dr Prices Powder
are not only exceedingly light and delicious but can be
enjoyed by dyspeptics and invalids with impunity Dr Prices
Cream is the only baking powder cantaining the whites of
eggs
LA GRIPPE
The tendency of this disease towards
pneumonia is what makes it dangerous La
grippe requires precisely the same treat
ment as a severe cold Chamberlains
cough remedy is famous for its cures of
severe colds This remedy effectually
counteracts the tendency of the disease to
result in pneumonia provided that proper
care be taken to avoid exposure when re
covering from the attack Careful inquiry i
among the many thousands who have used
his remedy during the epidemics of the
past two years has failed to discover a
single case that has not recovered or that
has resulted in pneumonia 50 cent and 61
bottles for sale by Z C M I drug depart
ment
PROTECTION
The American of Philadelphia will
take care of you
youH J GRANT 8 Co Agents
J F GRANT Manager
Just received from Paris a beautiful
stock of meerschaum pipes and cigar hold
ers I also manufacture a fine Havana cigar
put in a handsome Xmas box suitable to go
o any part of the world Ladies are res
pectfully invited SAM LEVY
171 and 173 Main street
THE DESEKET SAVINGS BANK
The attention of those desiring to open
savings accounts is called to the Deseret
Savings Bank which allows interest on de
I posits at the rate of 5 per cent per annum
compollnded quarterly Money to loan on ap
proved real estate security Its officers are
as follows
JOHN SHARP President
MOSES THATCHER VicePresident
E A SMiTE Cashier
DIRECTORS
JoHN SHARP J R BARNES
FAMES SHARP D H PEERT
MOSES THATCHER J T LITTLE
HENRY DlNWOODET ELIAS A SMITH
L S HILLS W W RITER
J C CUTLER F W JENNINGS
GEORGE ROMNET
FOR LETTER HEADS
Bill heads statements ball tickets and
all kinds of job work send to TUE HERALD
Quick work and reasonable prices as
sured
TAKE POLICY
in the old lelible North Ame rIca 0 i
Philadelphia Assets over 53000000
H J GRANT Co Agents
J F GRANT Manauor
FOR SOFTENING THE SKIN
Allaying irritation removing roughness
wind tan and like troubles there is nothing
equal to Wisdoms celebrated Violat
Cream
I
TO THE PUBLIC
We again give hearty thanks
I for generous patronage extend
I ed to us during the past year
I and especially the present holi
day season and we cordially
I wish one and all a Happy and
I Prosperous New Year
Good resolutions are in or
der and our resolve is to merit
a continued increase of busi
ness by maintaining a full
stock of excellent goods in our
lines and selling everything at
lowest prices
UTAH BOOK
STATIONERY CO
72 Main St Salt Lake City
0
DUNCAN M L MCALLISTER
MANAGER
The Salt Lake Keeley Institute
FOR THE CUR OF
LIQUOR OPIUJT
Tobaeeo Chloral and Cocaine Habits
Nervous Diseases Specially Treated Treatment Identical with that at Dwight Ill
Will Open lor Patients Jan 101892 at the Gardo House
Experienced Physician in Charge For Particulars Address
All Correspondence Confidential KE ELEY INSTITUTE SALT LAKE CITY
Fo E WARREN ERCANTILE CO
Has recently been appointed the General Agent for the
WorldRenowned
STEiNWAY PIANOS
FOR UTAH IDAHO AND WYOMING
7a hare ust received a complete itock of the New Styles and a cordial Invltatio
la extended to the public to call and examine them
F E WARREN MERCANTILE CO
78 West Second South Street
RUGS 1 7 Within Sixty Days You To Spend Your Money to
I DOOR MATS S Will Begin to P L A N
the Best Advantage
BLANKETS CLEAN HOUSE
C O I E
DOWN QUILTS f Or Possibly to T f
i qj N 0 W And See Us and Get Our
A T Itl REFURNISH j
JJ 1 iu4r U 1iefl Advice and Assistance
DINW000EYS 7Jt5 H DINWOODEY FURNITURE COMPANY i
l
1
S Il S a
Democratic Society
Tne regular monthly meeting of the Cen
tral Democratic so ciety of Salt Lake coun
ty will be held at the club rooms on
Tuesday January 5tb 730 p m
Business of importance Full attend
ance requested F H DYER
J R LETCHER President
Secretary
LOCAL LYRICS I
Crisp and Condensed News of General
Interest and Import
TnIs is a week of prayer for all churches
CITY JAILOR RALEIGH now has twentyseven
prisoners under his care
BURTON GARDNER Co are selling sewing
machines at SI50 a Snap come quick
INSURE in the Home Fire of Utah H J
Grant Co agents with State bank
GERMAN and Scandinavian drug clerks at
Johnson Pratt Cos 32 Main street
PROVO woolen goods are the thing for cold
weather You get them at Cutlers 3G Main
SKATING today at Hot Springs lake Fine
restaurant Fare 10 cents Transfer to Rapid
Transit S
IN the divorce suit of Snell vs Snell Judge
Anderson yesterday granted the plaintiff a de
cree on the grounds ot desertion
A MARRIAGE license was issued yesterday to
John Collett thirtyeight and Josephine
Zaizatte thirtytwo loth of Salt Lake city
COLD feet are not known where the Msttewan
Feet Slippers are worn Try pair They are
sold at cost Spencer Lynch bole agents
THERE are messages at tbe Western Union
telegraph office for Mrs W M Windham
James I Boose C C Forward John T
Wheeler
THE public should not forget the grand con
cert at the taternaclu tonight by the Men
delssohn quintette club of Boston and the tab
ernacle choir
THE members of the Central Democratic so
ciety will meet tonight at the club rooms No
46 East Second South street at 730 p m A
full attendance is requested
ZIONS Savings Bank and Trust company loan
ornamental auxilllary banks for homes Inter
O6t5 per cent Wilford Woodruff president
George Q Cannon vice president
THE city registration has closed and the
total number registered is esumaieu ai IWU
all of the precincts showing a considerable in
crease the Second and Fourth leading in that
c
respect
TilE joint committee on charter revision held
a session yesterday afternoon and the docu
ment ib now in the hands of the attorneys for
revision preparatory for presentation to the
legislature
NEWSPAPERS received at THE HERALD office
continue to give complimentary notices of the
Christmas issue of this paper The Denver
JtepiibUcan says it was the handsomest holiday
laid on Its desk
B F CUMMINGS jr has brought suit in the
court of Commissioner lratt against Mr Ditt
man proprietor of tho Resort saloon for SC2
alleged to be due for advertising the defend
ants business in the street cars
THOMAS JOHNSON an old resident of this
city had the misfortune to lose his right eye
yesterday He was engaged in chopping some
wood at his residence in the First ward when
one of the sticks flew up and destroyed the eye
ST JACKSONS day is to bo observed on Fri
day the fcth at the federal court room The
address will be delivered by Hon L R Rhodes
of Ogden and Judges Henaeron and Judd wIll
talk upon the lives and characters of Jackson
and Jefferson
CITY Assessor and Collector E R Clute and
Assessor and Collector of Water Rates Christo
pher Diehl have removed their offices from the
city ball to the basement under the Utah Com
mercial and Savings bank No 22 and 24 East
First South street
OBSERVER SAUSIJORYS report for yester
days temperature is as follows At 530 a m
Salt Lake 24 Baker City Cheyenne 40
Denver 16 Montrose 13 Miles CIty 2 Helena
32 At 1 p mSalt Lake 21 BIngham 49
Ogden 32 Logan 35 Park City 35 Provo 3
Stockton 30
MR J M MARRIOTT partner In the firm of
S S Dickinson 1 Co started yesterday for
Colorado Springs where ho is to wed Miss
Laura D Ashby daughter of cne of the princ
pal merchants of fhat city and also a noted
belle Cards for the wedding which is on take
place at the residence of the brides parents on
the 12th Instant are out The young people
n ill reside in their elegant little home on East
Fourth South street Salt Lake city which by
the time they arrive here will oo ready for
occupancy
THE funeral services over the remains of the
lale Mrs Ella Foster Burbidge were held at
the Eighth ward mettinghouse on Sunday at
1130 am Bishop Sheets officiated and the
opening prayer was offered by Bishop John
ingey and the addresses were made by John
Morgan Prof Talmadge Prof Dare and
counsellor McAllister ihfl choir under the
eadership of Mr Chamberlin rendered some
beautIful music and a large cortege followed
the remains to the cemetery The entire
force at Morris Wolstenholmes coal yards
where Mr Burbidte is employed showed their
sympathy for the bereaved husband by turning
out in a body and for this and many additional
evidences of sympathy the family is deeply
grateful
PERSONAL MENTION
PM B SVniTNEY Springfield Ohio is at the
ContinentaL
C E LOOSE Provo H M Jarvis Corinne
Iowa are at the Walker
JAUES CULLINS Stockton and J S Mcln
tosh Eureka are at the Clift
J H CUNNINGHAM Denver and A B Peter
son Payson are at the Cullen
BART A HARVEY was in from Eureka yes
terday He says the big camp has taken on a
new boom since the advent of the Rio Grande
Western
A RYGOIT St Petersburg K Ciglinskl and
R Damievvsky of Warsaw of the imperial
Russian engineers of communication arc at the
Knutsford
MR AND MRS David Ssrickhlmer of Denver
accompanied by Miss Overton form a pleasant
party en route for the coat They are at the
Knutsford for a day
JAMES M ERSKINE of Helena Montana isin
the cityled hero by the news of the natural gas
I iuds He thinks of locating here and going into
thereal estate business
SCHOOL ITEMS
After a wellearned rest of two weeks
pupils teachers and school officers turned
their attention to school matters yesterday
with renewed energy Tha work in all de
partment will doubtless move forward
with alacrity during the remainder of the
school year With the incoming of the
new year there should be in every mind
the determination to make of 1593 a great
year for growth for the schools at large
and in the life of each individual con
nected with them
41 S
There is being published by the Educa
tional Publishing company in Chicago a
I book on Drawing Simplified by D R
Augsburg city supervisor of drawings in
this city Prof Augsburg is becoming
widely known over the United States as
an artist and what is better as a practical
I teacher of and writer upon drawing
Drawing is rapidly coming to the front
among the schools and this recognition of
a hitherto neglected branch is largely due
to such men as Prof Augsburg
W W Barton principal of the Hunter
school who went east beforo the holidays
has returned with a young lady who was
until lately Miss Adams of Perth Kansas
as his bride The writer of this takes
pleasure in extending congratulations and
a whole furniture van full of good wishes
to the young couple and feels sure that the
teachers will unite in cordially welcoming
Mrs Barton to Salt Lake city
S
The rjifcrOowntam Educator published in
he city is to commence the new year im
proved in several respects It is to have a
new lithographed heading Several new
departments have been added which have
been placed in able hands and the whole is
to be rearranged in attractive form A
number of articles from able pens have
been promised The Educator is rapidly
growing in favor and its future seems
bright
S I
There is being published in the city a
musical journal of which Prof J C Wolfe
supervisor of music in the city schools is
editor
if
Soon the twentyfive flags presented by
ho Youths Companion will wave over the
twentyfive Salt Lake city schools It is
hoped that this beautiful gift will give an
impulse to the teaching of patriotism in
the schools Few pupils or people for
that matter have just conception of tho
blessings of the government under which
we live Let teachers all try to teach their
pupils to love the country of which these
beautiful flags are the emblem
THE MINING SUIT
The Rebuttal Commenced by the
Old Jordan
MORE EXPERT TESTIMONY
The Grand and Petit Jurors for the Febru
ary Term Police Probate and
County Courts
The trial of the big Old JordanNiagra
mining suit was resumed before Judge
Anderson yesterday morning when the
plaintiff commenced its rebuttal by calling
rnoF KEYES
He testified that he visited the property in
dispute at Bingham a few days ago and
going into tho Utah tunnel at tho forty
sevenfoot level took eight specimens of
rock at distances of ten feet apart
Mr Brow for the defense objected
strenuously to the witness being allowed to
describe these specimens on the ground
that he had gone all over this subject be
fore and that tho testimony was not re
buttal
The witness was allowed Ito testify how
over and the witnesses for the defense
had doubtless mistaken one of these speci
mens for quartzito
This brought Mr Brown to his feet wi th
an objection He was willing to admit that
the witness was an expert lawyer out he
was not an expert mind reader The ob
jection was sustained and the witness con
tinued to describe the character of the dis
puted area the geological formations and
the character of the rock encountered in
tho various tunnels etc all of which went
in under a constant stream of objections by
tho defense
Arthur Brown then took the witness in
hand and examined him at considerable
length as to the fortysove foot tunnel of
the Utah shaft Prof Keyos insisted that
tho foot wall of tho tunnel was in quartzite
but Mr Brown brought out tho fact that it
was covered with six feet of debris and 1
that tho witness had not cleared that away
to make particular examination of it
IS B VAN DUSEN
M
was tho next witness He produced sam
ples from the 47foot level of the Utah
shaft the first being taken from the mid
dle of the shaft the face of which was
broken down Another sample was taken
at the contact of tho Utah tunnel near its
western end
The defense made an objection to this
testimony and it was excluded
Tho witness once more discribed the
character of the ground and was subjected
to a long crossexamination on this subject
by Mr Dickson All sorts of geological
problems were submitted and much
learned discourse was had theeron to tile
confusion of everyone except the Tribune
reporter who formerly lived in Loadville
ADVERSE POSSESSION
At this stage Mr Brown stated that the
defense had one other witness to introduce
on the subject of adverse nos session Them
was no objection to this and Deputy Mar =
shal Joseph Bush was called Ho testified
I went to Brigham first in the fall of 1S74
and have been mining there off and on ever
since With others I obtained a lease on a
portion of the Utah property and we used
the Red Warrior cut for entrance and exit
The Utah company used the Red Warrior
cut and the property around there continu
ously Messrs Gousha and Argylo
pointed out to us the dividing line between
the Utah and the Old Jordan and it was
respected by both parties The west stake
was about ton feet west of the centre of
the Orphan Boy gulch
The plain tiff resumed its rebuttal by call
ing
O A PALMER
who took the attorneys through tho forty
seven foot level of the Utah shaft There
was quartzito in passing station twenty
six and it then passed into limestone
BERT HOLDEN
was recalled and testified that in 1SSO and
1891 he made surveys for the Niagara com
pany of the Mary Ann Quaker claims but
not of the Rod Warrior
Tho witness produced a sketch made by
him at the time but this was ruled out as
immaterial Mr Holden then went on to
describe the ground and gave a brief his
tory of the working of it since 1SS3
Mr Dickson When did you first learn
that this immense system stopping connect
ing both tho Red Warrior and other proper
ties had been done by Utah people
The WitnessAbout 1890
When Dr Hunter was talking to you
about purchasing the Dartmouth from the
Utah people why did you not say to him
that your company claimed the property
It was none of my business at all
V 1 3 TTLL
0uunuuw tvuuiu tuu um u IUU smelter
stood 1
stoodYes
Yes sir
And saw the slag there
Yes sir
You knew that it came from the ore
smelted by theUtah company
Yes sirn
And talked about it to Dr Hunter
didnt you
No sir
Didntyou tell Dr Hunter that there
was the same formation in the Utah as in
the South Galena
No sir
Didnt you understand that Dr Hunter
wanted you opinion on the mine I
Yes I think ho wanted it but he didnt
want it badly enough to pay me for it
My business is mining engineering and if
he had paid me for an opinion I would have
given it
I Adjourned until this morning at 10
BEFORE JUDGE ZANE
The Grand and Petit Jurors Other
Business
Judge Zano yesterday gave notice that
on January 0 at 10 a m a session of court
would be held for the purpose of drawing
eighteen names for grand jurors to serve
during the February term and thirty
names for petit jurors for the same term
10 DISSOLVE THE INJUNCTION
In the case of Ezra Thompson et al vs
David Keith the hearing on motion to dis
solve the injunction was set for January 7
DEMURRER OVERRULED
In tho case of William Hardman vs W
J Harvey et al the
demurrer was over
ruled and the defendants allowed ten days
to answer
The demurrer in the case of E W Wil
son vs O L Williams met with the same
fate
MOTION ALLOWED
In the case of John Bunco vs J J Snell
I
et al the motion to disallow costs taxed
against J J Snell was allowed
THAT IATE T
In the case of Calvin Cartwright vs J
S Blackburn in which the plaintiff asks
for an order making Dr Blackburns truss
patent subject to judgment some evidence
was taken and the hearing was continued
JUDGMENT DY DEFAULT
In the case of Hugh Watson vs the Salt
Lake Glass works judgment was rendered
for the plaintiff by default for S3913SO
Police Court
Ed Lewis an old offender who was ar
rested on Saturday for stealing a lap robe
from the buggy of Mrs W H Walker of
Big Cottonwood was convicted In the
police court yesterday of petit larceny and
Judge Gee sent him up for seventyfive
days
Half a dozen plain drunks were assessed
5 each
COUNTY COURT
Trial of Automatic Gas Regulator Petitions
Reports Claims AC
To county court met yesterdayall mem
bers present
The committee appointed to investigate
the question of making trial of Standard
automatic gas regulator reported that the
Eureka Gas Saving company had been
allowed to place its regulator in the court
house and jail for a period of sixty days at
said companys expense to bo removed at
its expense if the county refuses to pur
chase them
Fannie E Smith asked for aid Order
granted for 10 and half a ton of coal
The superintendent of the infirmary re
ported the deaths of Calvin Stevens Fred
Hanak and Flora McKay Tho sum of
8335 was found on the body of Hanak
The committee on bids for stationery
etc recommended that Kelly Co be
awarded the contract for blank books and
offlo supplies for use of the court until
January 1 1S93 on their giving satisfac
tory bonds Ordered
c c r 1
UL y LUIV
that the county physician had examined
Emily Evans and reported that she is able
to work An order for her discharge was
made
The superintendent was ordered to ren
der bill to Herman Cutler for the support
of his mother in the infirmary and place
the same in tho hands of the county attor
ney
In the matter of the discharge of William
Brown from the infirmary Alex Brown
and S W H Drown wera sworn and ex
amined Ordered that said Alex Brown
and S W R Brown pay 2 per week each
toward the support of William Brown now
in the infirmary
The bonds of R M Graves of Sandy
and of Jeffrey Tibblow for liquor li
censes were approved
PETITIONS
The county superintendent of schools re
ported verbally against the petitions of
Harrington Donnelly Newell and of
Samuel J Paul ot al for the division of
the Twentyninth district
Petition of E V Fohlin asking for re
imbursements for locating the corner of
RppHnn 0 L trmnshin 1 nnrth rnnrrn 9 vpftt
0
was denied
REPORTS
The report of tho coroner was received
and ordered filed
The reports of warrants issued by county
superintendent of schools was ordered
filed
filedTho
Tho report of the clerk on merchants
licenses was received Messrs Gaboon
and Butter wero appointed a committee to
audit the report
The committee reported advising a
change of partition to the west of tho
second window in tho courthouse and also
that a vestibule bo made at the entrance of
the courtroom
The report of the superintendent of tho
infirmary was presented and ordered filed
The estimate of the county superinten
dent of schools of tho amount needed for
county schools in 1892 was presented and
ordered filed I
ORDERED I
Ordered that no further aid be granted
to Charles Meadows by Salt Lake county I
Ordered that tho clerk correspond with
Davis county relative to the opening of a
sheep road through Salt Lake and Davis
from west of Jordan stock yard south of
Bountiful between Mill Creek and City
Creek cations on the best practicable
route
Ordered that district No GO bo formed by
cutting off tho north end of district No 29
CLAIMS REFERRED
The claim of D B Hoover Co was re
ferred to A C Machon
The claim of Joseph Muir was referred
back for correction
Claim of H T Spencer referred to H
Hardy
Tho claim of T E Harris item of 1040
of November 27 and 28 was referred to tho
county attorney
Claims of F A Macham Ewing Sc Mar
shall and S Ewing wero referred to county
attorney
The claims of Lynch Conelley and Rob
erts were referred to Messrs Cahoon and
Butler
Tho claim of Chute Hocks was re
ferred back
The claim of the E J Smith Printing
company was referred to H Hardy
APPROPRIATIONS
Tho following appropriations were made
FOR PAUPERS
A L Williams for coal 35 2 1 5
Chute Hicks for coal u 91 43
Bell Telephone company 21 J 00
Dcserot hospital 152 00
A C Maclean M D medical services 127 50
H L Driver supplies 44 05
John Wetzel rent 5 00
Mrs Daniel Murchll aid 10 00
Fred Bougerten for milk 3 00
Lipman Wallerstein Co dry goods 28 50
David Egbert hay 321 I 72
Orphans Homo and Day Nursery 25 00
B F Allen rent 0 00
Deseret hospital 152 U
tltll g
Druehl Frankcn drugs 3195
Andrew J Hurt transportation u 200 00
S H Hinman for salaries 311 55
Mary Jensen 8 00
Phil Jones boarding u uu
Salt Lake Nursery company 12 00
Frank Farrinston car fare 2 00
W S Henderson groceries u 4450
ron INFIRMARY
D James Co plumbing 10 25
Rivers Bros weather strips 19 70
James J Farrell BUS fitting and plumb
ing 1200 49
J C Dowlin plumbing expert 40 00
J C Dowlin superintending 37 50
FOR ROADS
Don W Beach 443 50
Phil Stone 88 GJ
H T ShurtlilT 189 9 < 3
George 3 Hupp eo uUh 91 00
Roswell Hutchmgs 69 75
James Jensen 45 03
M Fitzgerald 439 88
McCoy Kendall 8 00
John A Johnson u 203 75
W G Timmens 437 52
Josh Muir uu 139 15
John Gordon 4618
C D Rogers 7493
Court house and laud accountu 25 00
PRISON
Andrew J Burt 199 95
Chute Hicks 95 50
Salt Lake City Gas Co Uuuuo 74 00
Bell Telephone Co 15 00
EXPENSES
Bell Telephone Co 6 00
James E Lynch 78 00
R L Conely 78 00
Salt Lake City Gas Co u 70 00
I Joseph Done 2 20
COMPENSATIONS
G W Bartch 143 G
Andrew J BurLu 425 r
E E Allen 218
Harvey Hardy 42 80
John Butter 161 20
John P Cahoon 3 60
Joseph Donley nu 75 0
PROBATE COURT
Dispositions of Claims for Settlement of
Estates
In the estate of Andrew Harney order
made appointing appraisers
Estate of Octave Ursenbach bond of O
F Ursenbach administrator approved at
the sum of 400 Order of publication of
notice to creditors made
Estate of William G Quinn bond of
Ellen R Quinn administratrix approved
in sum of 200
Estate of Andrew Harney order of pub
lication of notice to creditors made
Estate of Mary Jensen order made fix
ing Saturday January IB 1892 at 10 a m
as time to hear petition for probate of will
AMUSEMENTS
TONIGHTS CONCERT
One of the rarest musical entertainments
Salt Lake has listened to for many seasons I
will be that at the tabernacle this evening
when the Mendelssohn amateur club from
Boston and the tabernacle choir furnish
the programme As the admission is
placed at 50 cents all over the house There
should be a great turnout
MR POTTER OF TEXAS
A largo and representative audience as
sembled at tho theatre last evening at
tracted by three things first curiosity to
see what sort of a play had been made out
of the popular novel Mr Potter of
Texas secondto see Jeffrey Lewis again
and third to welcome the wellknown
actor Mr Tnaenh Whefilnnk All these
desires were gratified and yet we doubt
whether the evening can be set down as
having been one of entire success Potter
of Texas is not the novel Barnos of New
York is and as a play Barnes is as far
ahead of Potter as Shenandoah is of
Yon Yonson The trouble with Pot
ter is that it is all strained and artificial
there is no heart interest and though there
are some thrilling episodes there is little
or nothing to excite sympathy and with
i out sympathy what play can be a success I
I Many of tho best scenes in the book too
are loft out of the play which was not the
case with Barnes The main part
of the cast is in good hands
but even the characters aro over
drawn and Jeffrey Lewis who was
uurivalled in all the world as Forget Me
Not has little to do but rant and tear
and the spectacle was not an agreeable
one her voice too is not pleasant to listen
to particularly when it is pitched in the
high key necessary in the part of Sarah
Annerly The sterling actor Wheelock
did perhaps all he could with Potter but
the results could not be called great The
character is overdrawn and it has no par
ticularly clever lines or situations we
cannot resist the the conviction knowing
Mr Wheelocks reputation that he is out
of his line as for his character Well
Hoyts Texas Steer has several better
types of Texans than Mr Gunters Pot
ter Aikers is always good and he was
good as usual last night The youthful
heroes were all too much of the lahdedab
stickofcandy order to excite mnch inter
est in their quarrels and woes and Miss
Lamars Ida Potter was not at all the Ida
Potter of the novel Mr Jackson was a
fair Lubbins and Mr Kingstono a good
detective Tho show goes again this even
ing
MRS CRAWFORDS MUSICALE
Mme Joannotte W Crawford the pian
ist of Boston gave an initial recital pre
ceded by a short address on the subject of
music at tho Metropolitan parlors last
evening A most interested company of
musicloving folk was present and enjoyed
a raro treat
Tho announcement for the evening was
tho rendition of the Beethoven piano
sonatas and tho numbers given wero Op
46 Pol Op 29 Improm Op 47
Bal Op 42 Pol
To criticize each number would be su
perfluous The lady gave every Indication
of being a most thorough artist and it is to
bo regretted that sho did not have a piano
that could be made to perfectly reproduce
her exquisite interpretations For such
master creations only a ConcertGrand of
the finest pattern can be made to express
all the soul within them
The fourth numberop 42 Pol gave
Mme Crawford the best opportunity to
display her technical skill Before a cos
mopolitan audience she would probably not
meet with undivided approval but the
true musician cannot fail to thoroughly ap
preciate her work
As Mme Crawford remarked atthe
close of her performance these recitals
are not given with the more view of enter
taining they are more adapted to please
+ TiArn trVis rloaiTn tn Vto Inatiiiitnf3 QVia fa
I an enthusiast i in the study t Beethoven
and believes that tho sonatas cannot be
fully understood when nothing but the
intellectual and technical is recognized
Sho introduces as well the ethical for the
soul nature exists in the mind of tbe truly
great pianist When she can be heard
upon her own instrument made especially
for her own use further criticism may be
permitted During March she promises to
give all of Beethovens sonatas
CATHOLIC SUNDAY SCHOOL
Yesterday afternoon tho Sunday schoolchildren
children of St Marys church were made
happy by a most pleasant entertainment
given at Cliffs Academy hall under the
auspices of tho Young Ladies Christian
Doctrine society
The exercises consisted of vocal and
instrumental music followed by a distribu
tion of presents The tree was most
beautifully decorated and 150 children
were made the happy recipients of kind
remembrances
The prizes consisting of two gold and
one silver medal were awarded to Miss
Bubhaltz Gerald Byrne and Kate Ward
for excellence in catechism work The
affair was unaor the immediato superintendence
tendence of Father Fitzgerald and Bishop
Scanlan distributed the prizes
IK THE EVENING
the older folks of the congregation and
their many friends enjoyed a treat in tho I
form of a literary musical and social pro
gramme followed by dancing aqd refresh
ments The exercises were as follows
Chorus Come Over the Silvery Waves
Y L C D choir
Dialect recitation Death of the Old Squire
J C MoNally
Song Mr McCarthy u Dr Bill
Recitation Inez de Castro Miss Fanny Judge
Song They Never Come BackPatrick
Patrick Gleason
Patrck
Recitation Eugene Arims Dream
Reciaton Arms DreamWilliam
William Ford
Song Her Bright Smile Haunts Me word
Song Miss Harley
u u u lIss Harey
Reading The Irish Avatar D W Stafford
Star Spangled Banner By the choir
Tho floor was then cleared and to the
enlivening strains of Cliffs orchestra tho
evening was soon danced away
A very nice supper was served in tho
adjoining rooms tho largo crowd partici
pating in a most enjoyable manner
The greatest credit is due the committee
of management consisting of Misses
Judge Gleason Ducuet Harley Wall
Harding Grice and Kein aided by Mes
dames Simpkins Bill and Viglini for the
success of tbe entertainment
SPORTING SPLINTERS
Tho captains of the various teams en
tered in the forthcoming tug of war tourna
ment aro requested to be present at prac
tice tonight as business or importance will
be discussed
Captain Peterson of the Danes who
made such a gallant fight in the recent tug
of war tournament announces that his
team is still In it and offers to pull tho
Italians at any time and for any amount of
money When these two teams last met
they struggled for five hours and tea
minutes and at the end of that time tho
contest was declared a draw
Sam Hullar has gone to Butte to manage
a tug of war tournament Sam is u first
class sporting manager and if ho has half
I a show will bo successful

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