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L L j THE SALT LKE H1TRALDt8lJ R IOCTOBEIt 19 1893 TWEEVE PAGES
I and several employees were rewarded with <
generous parses
0 THERE WAS WOMAN IN THE CASE
Blio Helped to Dispose of the Kendall
l ville Plunder
1 ¼ TOLEDO Sept 30The authorities of i
r IKoble county Indiana are said to be in I
I ossession of conclusive evidence to show 1
Vat John Conners and Eva Flint who
XVtire arrested at Kendall ville last Wednes
I I day in connection with the Lake Shore
Train robbery are two of the par
i ticipants in the distribution of the booty
t Particulars of the result of the investi I
f gation are suppressed but it is learned
that number of railroad men were the I
t snief actors Id the robbery of the train
t t is stated further that the woman Eva
Flint made several trips from Elkhart
tndj to Chicago with large quantities of
bullion specie and gold part of the pro
ceeds of the robbery
1 VERY P1YORABLE FOR SIAM
The Terms Much Less Drastic Than at
first Supposed
NEW YORK Sept 30A Herald dis
patch from London says A dispatch has
been received from Bangkok as follows
The convention between France and
Siam is to be signed tomorrow I learn
I on good authority that the terms of thn
convention are much less drastic than r1
J first proposed and Siam is treated more
t leniently than it was supposed she
would be The favorable nature of
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the convention for Slam is much
commended here and M De Vilers is
credited with the modifications In
i deed there is a strong French feeling
against him for whatis termed his mild
i ness
1 f INDIANS CAUSE TROUBLE
A Serious Outbreak Among the Yuma Is
Threatened
t
WASHINGTON Sept 30A serious
ti Indian outbreak is threatened on the
Yuma reservation California
Miguel the deposed chief with a band
qf his tribe is reported have attacked I
tjie reservation schoolhouse it is not
fcuownyet how serious the attack was or
whether any one is killed This infor
mation was received at the Interior de
partment by telegraph today from Indian
Agent Estudillo of the Yuma reserva
tion
Secretary Hoke Smith at once went to
the war department and requested troops
lib be at once sent to the scene of the out
break Its also said that Miguel had
been accc ed of preventing the children
of taB tribe from attending the school
The Yumas among whom the trouble
occurred number 1000 The reservation
is in the southeast corner of California
150 miles from Phoenix Ariz The school
house attacked is an old fort
t The Yumas have always been friendly
but decidedly lazy The nearest post is
Iort Grant in eastern Arizona and it
will take about fortyeight hours for the
soldiers to reach there
Soldiers Sent to Protect the School
SAN DIEGO Cal Sept SOIn response
to an order from General Buger Colonel
I I 1 Kellogg commanding the United States
military post here this afternoon sent
soldiers to protect tho Indian school at
ifuma from the threatened attack by the
t Indians
MALACHI DILLON IN LUCK
I t His line Conl Discovery Sear Rawlins
VF P Nobles Operations
RAWLINS Wy Sept 29 1893
Tn the Editor or THE HETIATTI
n n
The check fiend did up the town last
Sunday for something like a hundred
dollars He arrived from the west and
put up at the Pacific hotel as J C Ennis
Green River Wy whore he procured
several blank checks upon the First Na
tional bank which he filled out making
t them payable to George Dunn to which I
he signed the name of the Episcopal
rector John Leal He represented to the
business men of whom he made small
purchases that Mr Leal had purchased
some pictures of him and as they were
delivered after banking hours Saturday
evening Mr Leal was obliged to make
payment by check The forgery was not
discovered until Monday forenoon when
the forger was out of the state being last
heard from at Cheyenne at an early hour
Monday morning
The recent discovery of mica near this
city is creating a good deal of excitement
The specimens on exhibition measure
BixlO inches sufficiently large to be of
Considerable commercial value
Paulsen Co who have been prospect
ing near the city all summer have just
let contracts for sinking a 100foot shaft I
onone of their leads and a twentyfive
toot extension on a tunnel upon another
The Transcontinental Coal and Iron
company have paid off their men and
stopped all further operations for the I
winter
Malachi Dillons new r coal discovery I
L five miles west of town developed into I
afourteen foot vein of fine steam coal II
As the openings are close to the Union
paeific track one on the north the other
upon the south side it makes this one of
the most valuable coal mines in the
county
W P Noble of your city loads thirty
five cars of beef cattle this afternoon
from his Fremont county ranges
Mr J O Friend will begin the publi
cation of the Inter3Iountain Wool Grower
soon The first copy will be issued the
15th of October
The HopkaSmith company have op
ened jp a new clothing nnd dry goods
store this week The Keefe brothers will
a sttrt a new grocery store early next
L month from which it would appear that
t v trade mustbe reasonably good
Jloney in It
r A gentleman called one day at a house
J i on a question of business and in order to
make himself friendly with all concerned
Talked agreeably with the children and
asked them several questions He at last
F turned to a bright little boy and with a
winning smile said
HAnd what are yon going to be my
man when you grbw up
The answer came readily uOh Im go
ing to baa trustee for ever since papa
1 has been a trustee we have had ever so
much Bits better things for dinnerTid
J Lucky Man
I tJ Jenkins How are you getting along
with your literary work
I Eiterson Oh Im lucky I have never
IOBC 0 manuscript yet Every one I
I have sent off has come back to me in as
good shape as I sent It Detroit Free I I
T Jress
A Trifle Mixed
A worthy materfamilias whose chil
dren were troubled with severe coughs
Wrote to ask the editor of a paper to in
sert a remedy under the heading of An
swers to Correspondents On looking
over the paper a few days afterward she
I Hound the following answer marked wit I
her initials
If they are not too youn peel them
carefully steep them in boiling water
with plenty of salt and keep them eight
days in brine
The subeditor had mistaken the col
nimn and substituted for the desired rem
dya recipe for pickling onions
h Petit Journal
His Failing Too
II I didnt like your cake very well to
i Eight remarked Gus de Smith to his
landlady
J u Ne 4 queried he What was the
aaatter with it
HIt seemed to me it was a little short
I have noticed the same failing inyou
Mr de Smith wss the terse reply
0 And Dingley borrowed enough from his
frIend to py omethig on account
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BUSINESS AND > MINING
Formal Opening of the Continen
tal Market Yesterday
THE PROJECT A SUCCESS
Business Failures Reported by Utah
i During September
I
Good 2forrs from tho Detroit Mining Dis
trict JClio Ibex Promises to Be
One of the Great Gold Mines
of Utah Other Notes
With fitting ceremonies the Continen
tal market was thrown open to the public
yesterday and all day long and until late
at night a stream of visitors passed
through the somewhat novel structure
which was admired by all
In the morning a fine concert was
given by theDenhalter band and a simi
lar entertainment was provided in the
evening
The Continental market is a credit to I
the town Its existence is due to the
company which J E Caine is presi
dent J B Farlow vicepresident W P
Jennings secretary and manager and S
K Hooper and William C Jennings di
rectors
The building was designed by Mr
Kletting and is in the form of an L hav
ing to fronts one on West Temple and
o j on First South It has a totallength
ol 416 feet or over half a block and con
tains forty three stalls all of which are
rented though all are not yet occupied
two cafes and a lunch counter being
among the features
The building was erected at a cost of
50000 while the ground represents
70000 more The project was looked
upon at the outset as an experiment but
long before the formal opening it was an
assured success The project reflects
reaic upon the enterprise ana gooa JUdg
I ment of the promoters of it
AlLURES lIt UTAH
Eighteen Were Reported During Septem
ber Assets and Inabilities
Manager Pitt of Bradstreets reports
that eighteen failures were reported in
Utah during September the total liabili
ties being 74031 and the assets 40612
FROM DETROIT DISTRICT I
The Ibex Promises to Become a Great 1
Mine
Messrs 0 Overson and F Dugan of
eamington arrived last Friday evening
from Detroit Mining district Mr Over
son is doing somedevelopment work on
claim Number 3 This claim is on the
hex vein and is one of the oldest loca
tions in camp Mr Overson kindly left
some beautiful specimens of copper ore
carrying from 15 to J20 In gold
The surface heretofore has been merely
scratched onetunnel is now in on the
ein some sixty feet the ore being of a
soft free milling gold carrying 10 to the
ton About 100 tons are now on the
dump
The development now going on is in a
shaft twenty feet deep on a vein of iron
carbonate with streaks of copper At a
depth of eight feet the vein which is
four feet wide sampled 18 in gold silver
and copper and is improving as depth is
obtained
Mr Overson assures us that he can
trace the vein for about 1000 feet It will
average 30 to 40 feet wide and hand
samples of the croppings run as high as
lS per ton in old attd copper
Mr Overson has been one of the most
enterprising and persistent prospectors in
this western country and it any man
living richly deservessuccess it is friend
Chris
Rumor has it that Messrs Mount Hol
brook and Campbell owners of the Ibex
property will soon recommence develop
ments and put up reduction works for the
Ibex which promises to be one of the
reat old mines of Utah Jfillard County
Blade
Yesterdays Clearings
Yesterdays clearings were 83259
MiulnfC Notes
Silver 74 Lead 365
Wells Fargo Co received Mingo
bullion 2679
T R Jones Co received yesterday
Silver and lead ores 1900 bullion
= 6600
McCornick Co received Hanauer
bullion 3800 silver and lead ores
7400
THE HERALD is in receipt of samples of
mica recently discovered near Rawlins
It is good clean stuff and if it exists in
sufficiently large quantities the discov
ery will be a valuable one
Real Estate Transfers
W B Hello to C S Henderson ail of
lot 27 block 1 Colorado subdivision 1
Le Grande Young and wife to Hannah
Bergaorth y2 ot block 58 Sandy station 120
Joseph S Groesbeck and wife to P H
Riley part of lot 0 block 39 plat A 3503
E E Ritchie to John J Smith lots in
Wilkinsons sub division of block 90
plat C uuu 1
Only S3075
To Chicago and return via Union Pacific
October 6 and 7
TOLD ON THE QUIET
Some Pointnrs Political Social and
Otherwise
Erastus Wiman the irrepressible man
of affairs who failed not long ago has a
book now in press entitled How to
Succeed Erastus should come to Salt
Lake and head the Liberal party It is
the one great opportunity of his life
it
J S
Hard times may have struck Idaho but
they have not squelched the good humor
of the journalistic fraternity one is
allowed to judge from the following from
theIdaho Range and Valley
The autumn winds are sfghln
And the ducks are northward flyln
And the ice is seen quite often
In the bucket by the door
And It starts us into thInk
That our cabin needs achinWn1
ADd sigh to think they fall for cash
for bacon at tho store
Theres many things to grieve us
As the summer goes to leave us
Anavre know we will not see it
for long time any more
And to think that coal gets dearer
As the winter comes anearer
Makes hard the thought of penn cash
for sugar at the store
There is a big row on in an eastern
newspaper office The society editor
wrote an eloquent tribute to the Muffle
Women of Morocco whom she said she
had found distinctly interesting But
there seemed to be a conspiracy against
the lady for when the item appeared it
read I Of all the women I have over
met the muzzled women of Morocco
pleased me the most There is a resig
nation now in the hands of the managing
editor with two large tear drops upon it
S
A Putrid Reminiscence No re
putable citizen can defend or excuse the
sort of work that has been going on in
the council of this city for some time
past The only possible thing to do is to I
cutfloose from it entirely and denounce
and abjure itTrlbune S Aug 26 II
Another Putrid Reminiscence Ve
have another set in the expiring gasp
their municipal trust They also have
proved to be entirely unsatisfactory
4
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Their course has been as wrong beaded as
could be Their assertions of independ
enceand freedom from control of any per
sonscommittees or influence whatever
have only been redeemed from childish
petulance to be called with a harsher i
name by the evil consequences that have
followed their actions and Jtbo disastrous
> itsinto which they have dumped the
city Tribune Aug 26 I
II It I
That was a queer action on the part of j
Dr Utter and his fellow grand jurors in <
ummoningto appear before the grand
jury the court reporters of the papers and i
endeavoring to make them tell from
whom they derived certain information
recently published by them It showed a
verdancy that is almost refreshing in its j
nature II I I
S S
Powers is apparently as happy as a I
clam For many moons past he has been
on the shelf of privacy His name seldom
appeared in the papers not even in the
society column Now the whirl ot poli
tics has brought him once again into
prominence and he appears to be as
proud of it as a boy with his first sus
penders or the youth who discovers a
light fuzz on his upper lip Witness
his bombastic letter in the DailyRattled I
of yesterday Since his little disagree
ment with Walden he seems to have de i
veloped decided sporting proclivities and
issues a challenges open to the world II
bat he did not write Mr Conklins let
ter Nobody said Powers did write it
he might probably have dictated it to
a typewriter
S
Whom the Gods would destroy they
first make mad Note the daily froth
ing at the mouth of the organ ol Putrid
Reminiscences
to
Jake Moritz is booming the idea that
the slogan of the Liberal party during
the coming campaign should be Home
Industries First Last and All the
Timenwith a preference for S L b
Jacob has a great head
S S
Two failures out of a possible two is
hardly the best of argument to put before
the public for another trial is it This i I
is the record of the miserable outfit known
as the Liberal party
S I
If Salt Lakers do not snow under the
rotten outfit at the coming election then
will she deserve all the evils that will be
set her for the two years commencing in
January next
f
S S
The vegetable who runs an evening
sheet that appears semioccasionally has
considerable to say about Salt Lakes
street car system Outside of the office
there are perhaps few who read the
sheet and none who are influenced by it
A fellow who has lived in the backwoods
all his life can hardly be expected to take
to modern improvements and the fact
that the managers of the street car lines
have refused him a pass does not and
should not give him cause for a wholesale
lampooning of a street car system that is
conceded by all travelers to be the best
population considered in the entire
United States The poor doit has my
sympathy in his misfortune
S S
Judge Gee is to he a candidate for re
election to the woolsack in the city hail
S S
That Marshal Paul is to be knifed by
the Liberal organ is already on the slate
He and a certain gentleman named Lan
nan have never been able to see eye to eye
as to the manner in which the police
force of this city should be managed Ed
Kelly is to be supported by the Tribune
so it is said and he is reported to be also
the chdice of several of the Main street
First South and Second South business
men who make a specialty of very wet
goods
S S
At last accounts Judoro Colborn was
ahead in the mayoralty race with C P
Mason close behind W W Chishblm a
good third and Hank Barnes distanced
Hank doesntseem to know it but he al
ways was too much of a heavyweight
for the Liberal party Cut loose Dont I
be a clam DR FELL
PROBABLY A SUICIDE
The Body of C J Thurston Found in
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His Room
AEBottle of Prussia A ii i on His I Unreal I
Coroner Taylor Will Investi
gate Tomorrow
Last evening the lifeless body of C J
Thurston a roomer at the Star lodging
house on First South street was found in
his appartment by oneof the employees
of the place and the circumstances
clearly indicate that it was a case
of suicide for the man was apparently
in good health when last seen
alive and on his bureau was a phial con
taining a little prussic acid
So far as is known the unfortunate man
left no writing to explain the cause of his
rash act
jfiMr Thurston was encaged solicitor
for the Denver Hotel and Railway Gazette
and in his pocket was found a letter from
the publishers authorizing him to tran
sect business for theiii He came here
from Denver a short time ago ana on
Friday made some advertising contracts
Whether he found business dull and be
came discouraged or whether there was
some other reason for his action is not
known There are several theories con
cerning the affair but probably the truth
will not be learned until Coroner
Taylor holds an investigation on Mon
day
Soon after the body was found Officer
Johnson was notified and it was removed
to Skewes Sons undertaking estab
lishment
The deceased was above 40 years of age
and was known to a number of hotel
keepers and other business men here
The Registration Closes
There was a big crush at the registra
tion office all day yesterday The office
closed at 7 pm The figures will not be
obtainable before Monday at the earliest
There was some bickering and a good
deal of talk of a more or less behcoso
nature but no heads were cracked I
Break It to Him Gently
The baggage sm l > hers joy is gone
His occupations sadly shrunk
A Boston man has patented
A nodresisting rubber trunk
Detroit Tribune
t FEDERAL OFFICIALS
the Utah Commission 137 South West
Temple Street
A B Williams of Arkansas chairman
H S Robertson Indiana
Henry C Lett of Utah
J A McClernand of Illinois
G X Godfrey of Iowa
C C Richards secretary
The Supreme Court
Charles S ZaneChief justice
Jas A Miner OgdenAssociate jus
tice
H W Smith ProvoAssociate jus
tice George W Bartch Salt Lake Associ
ate justice
United States Marshal Nat M Brig
ham
United States AttorneyJ W Judd
Assistant United States Attorneys
Andrew Howatand Joseph T Richards
General Officers
GovernorCaleb W West
SecretaryC 0 Richards
Surveyor General Georce W Snow
Registrar United States Land Office
Byron Groo
I Receiver United States Land Office
Hoyt Sherman
I Un1t States Signal Officnr George Nf
Salisbury k I
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SNAKE BIVER STOCK I
A i iJGrlance at the Western Cattle
c Market
The London Spectator on the Silver Ques i
tion Weekly Bank Statement
11
Stocks Bonds Etc
< I
A U Reader came in from Snake river I
Monday He will make another shipment
of cattle soon which will close the ship
ping season for him Reader Bros de
livered about 100 head of stock cattle to
I A JBothwell last week and have con I
tracted to deliver another hundred head
this fall They are cutting down their i
herd so they can feed everything through
the winter Theyexpectto feed 1200 or I
1500 head through the coming winter
Itawlyi Republican
I A London View I
The Spectator of London formerly
i strongly in favor of told monometalism
says A moments reflection will show
hQw extremely difficult is the position
of English men of business who
trade with countries using a sil
ver standard as long as silver is
liable to still further depreciation
People trade not for the love of it but to
make a profit The merchants and the
manufacturers first thought is If I buy
or nroduce at 5 a ton shall I be able to
self at 5 14 a ton Information reaches
him that in the east he can at this mo
ment get for his goods an amount of
silver equal to e53 per ton and he ac
cordingly bargains to do so By the time
however t that he has sent his goods and
got his silver the price of silver has
fallen and he can bring back no more
than 5per ton His profit that is has
disappeared in the fall in exchange
Under such circumstances who can
doubt that while silver is perpetually
falling trade is stopped and injured
Though a steady standard of value is
best for trade a rising standard of value
does not destroy it A falling standard
however makes business almost impossi
ble Whether gold is or is not appre
ciated we do not pretend to say But no
one we think can doubtl that
silver is depreciated and 2 that such
depreciation is bad for trade
< Postofflce Receipts
WASHINGTON Sept 30 Marshal I
Cushings newspaper the Capitol has
this An annual increase of from 8 to 10
per cent in the gross receipts of the
> ostoffice department is usually counted
upon In the month of June the depart
ment showed an increase of gross receipts
of a little over 8 per cent in July the
Increase was only a little more than 3 i
per cent in August there was an actual
ailing off of 4 per cent as compared
with the receipts of August a year ago
This means simply that the general busi
ness of the country has fallen off as in
dicated by these figures and the deficit
in the postal revenues is likely to be not
four or five millions for this year as ex
pected but rather eight or ten
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Silver Getting Short
NEW YORK Sept 30The stock of I
silver bullion in the open market is not
very large Shipments of late have de
creased materially This is due to the
losing down of the leading western silver
mines and no large addition to the sup
ply is to be expected until the price of
diver advances sufficiently to allow a
portion of the mines to resume
Bar silver has advanced from 733 X to 74
during theweek
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Weekly Bank Statement
NEW YORK Sept 3
Reserve increase uuu S6511COO
Loans decrease > 349001
Special decrease u 21249S9
Legal tender increase uu 145000
Deposit increase u u un 7033000
Circulation increase 785000
Banks now hold 24121000 in excess of legal
requirements < >
FINANCIAL
The Metals
silver 74
Lead 365
Copper i 970
Tin 21 00
i Norc STork Money Market
I NEW YORK Sept 30 Money on call easy
I Prime mercantile paper > 7J12
Sterling exchange dull and weak sixty day
bankers bills at 484A4842 demand 48
4 8
Government BondsClosing
NEW YORK Sept 3
U S4sregll2jPaoiute 1 6s 102
Railroad and Other Stocks Closing I
NEW YORK Sept 3
Atchison20 Short Line 8li
Central Pacific 20H Pullman n 168
Burlington 62b Reading 164
D Rio Grande pret Terminal 103H
Northern Pacific 6H RFst W 10
Preferred 25 Firsts i 65
Northwestern 99 Preferred 45
Am JSxp 107 St Paul 9fa
Can Pacific 234 Sugar 88
Can Southern 46 < < U S Express150
Chicago Gas u 57 2 Linseed liy
Cotton Oil 31 Electric 40 4
Lackawanna 19Y Nor Am ul05
Great North110 N Y CentIOI
KanTox > y Navigation 41
Lake Shoreuul2 Pacific Mail m
Lead Trust 25ft St Paul Omaha 34v
L N 51Y Tex Pac 347
Mich Cent Ily Fargo >
National Cordage 23J4 Union Pac 2
Preferred 55 Western Union 74
Or Imp 0 SV
Closing Mining Stocks
NEW YORK Sept 30
Crown Point 15 Plymouth u 10
Con Cal Va 1 15 Sierra Nevada 40
Deadwood Standard 100
Gould Curry 15 Union Con lg
Hale Norcross 3 Yellow Jackoth 31
Homestake 850 Iron Silver n 10
Mexican 60 Quicksilver 150
Ontario 600 Preferred 1500 I
Ophir 70Bulwer h 10
Boston Quotations
BOSTON Sept SO
Atchison 21J5 M exican 17
Ielepboifl8 San Diego 4
Burlington 82
New York Stock Market
NEW YORK Sept 30Tho close on the stock
exchange today was as opened heavy and
with a downward tendency The first quota I
tions made this morning were generally at an
advance The buying however was not of a
very strong character and a raid was made on
General Electric which drove the stock down
from42 to 404 Whisky was thc most active
in the dealings and moved independently from
the general list The depression In the stock
was due to denials or the reported action of the
ways and means committee In increasing the
spirits tax Jhe rest of the active list moved
within narrow limits the principal changes be I
ing a decline of US in Beading and St Paul and
Omaha and 1 per cent in Union Pacific and
Northern Pacific preferred The general
market was depressed in late dealing and weak
at the close
Governments steady
bid Petroleum Active and steady October 68JI
COMMERCIAL
Now York General Market
NEW YOKE Sept 30HopsDull Pacific
coast 192i
Coffee Options firmf unchanged to 15 points I
no advance Sales 5500 bags including do
November 1625163o December 15751590
Spot Klo firm No 7 1304
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Sugar Raw steady lair refining 3J centri
fugals test 3 refined steady j oft A 4 1316
I i5h mould 51117 116 standard 5 > S5 ¼
confectioners A 5M65M cut loaf ana
j I
crushed 55Vi powdered 5 3165J cubes
5 JtCopper
Copper Weak lake 970
Lead Weaker domestic 365
Tin Steady straits 21
Spelter Quiet domestic 355
Chicago Live Stock
CHICAGO Sept 30 Cattle Receipts O
not sufficient number to make market top na
tive steers 550S570 others 480495 com
mon 400425 feeders 300375 stockers
2753295
Hogs Receipts 8COO steady mixed and
packers 59CK840 prime heavy and butchers
weights 650 670 prime light 80j850
SheepReceipts 2010 native 300S425
westerns 275390 lambs 2V5500
Chicago General Market
CHICAGO Sept 30WheatEasy cash
66jj December 69
CornFIrm cash 40December 4054
OatsEasy cash 23 December 2
PorkSteady cash 1650 January 1392Mz
LardSteady cash 930 January b07A
Ribs Steady cash 937h January 72714
Rye47
BarleyNominal
Flax 0411
Timothy 25
Chicago Grain Market
CHICAGO Sept 30Wheat buiet opened 7 8
lower on rains in thowest rallied 54 on buying
10 fill orders declined a on long selling closed
easier te lower than yesterday Receipts
118000 shIpments 183000 Others unchanged
Liverpool Grain Market
LIVERPOOL Sept 3 Wheat Holders
offer sparrlngly
Corn Spot steady holders offer moderately
4s 1d lutures firm holders offer sparingly
October 4s 114d November 4s 2 > 4d De
cember 4s 37d
The Citizens Ticket
For MayorR N Baskin
For RecorderJ F Jack
For Treasurer Charles S Burton
For Marshal J Arthur Pratt
Smith For Justice of the PeaceGrant H
FOR COUNCILMEN
First Precinct G Hardy E P
Newell LeGrand Young Hnrdy
Second Precinct M J Cheeseman
George D Dean A G Giauque
Third Preciiict W S McCornick Jo
seph Watson B P Morris
Fourth PrecinctJohn J Daly Spen
cer Clawson Joseph P Bache
Fifth Precinct Elijah Sells P W
Madsen Charles L Rood
Walker House
Salt Lake city Utah American or Euro
pean plan Rates 2 and 3 per day
BECHTOL SANDS
Props Hotel Dept
Step In
And partake of some of those delicious
beverages dealt out at the Occidental
The stock ol wines liquors cordials
beers porters cigars etc are superior
and the courteous and gentlemanly ca
terers are always icady And obliging
I D GURNSEY I
16 East First South Manager
I
Tramp Sir 1 think I knew you when
you were oor and I was rich i
Billion No sii you refused to know
me then i I remember I can now re i
turn the compliment Vogue I
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LOVELY WOMEN EAT
QUAKER OATS
YOUR MONEY POSITIVELY REFUNDED
At tie Expiration of Thirty Days i You Are
Dissatisfiede I
Dissatisfedo I
Is the Remarkable Offer Made by Dr DeMonco the Successful
Specialist Today
Every Curable Disease Treated at a Total Charge of S 5 a Month for Treat j
ment and Medicine and Every Patient During October Places Himself
Under Treatment With the Agreement That It Costs Nothing Unless He Is
I
Satisfied With the Result 4
TO THE PUBLIC
I
For nearly two years W3 have practiced
medicine in Salt Lake city During all
that time we have from our method of I
advertising and business been subjected
to the closest scrutiny The envious have
scrutnv
watched us as well as our friends
Today not one word a calumny not a
breath of suspicion attaches to our pro
fessional social or business reputation as
a firm or individuals
We are proud of this We are proud to
deserve and have the confidence of the
peopl of Salt Lake city
Having this confidence and deserving i
enables us today to announce to the people
of Salt Lake and Territory that TTO will
hereafter accept and treat all curable
cases of diseases at the rate of So per
month medicines furnished nnd refund
the money at the expiration of thirty days
i you are dissatisfied
This Is the favorable season of the year for
treating catarrh and diseases of the head
throat lungs and stomach and we are deter
mined to give every citizen of Salt Lake and
vicinity an opportunity to avail themselves of
it and to secure relief from cum Die diseases
We wish to reach every sufferer and this is
our method to do so We have confidence in
our skill and are willing to take all the chances
We wish to show you that we have confidence
in ourselves in fact show something for the
Faith thats in us
Be CopelaM HeiM Institute
DR A DEMON
ALWAYS DO GOOD
Yes my motto has always been to do good
wherever I could especially when good has
been done me says Mrs Snow and I feel it my
duty to let my friends and nelghbers know of
the benefit I have received while under tho
treatment of Dr UoMocco and associates
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IRS SAWYER SNOW
373 Third North Street
I was a great sufferer from catarrb which
was brought on by a severe attack of la grippe
and repeated colds For two years 1 was In
constant misery The pain on top of my head
and over my eyes was so intense at times I
would faint and fall wherever I happened to be r
Many times those spells would attack me while i
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on thjj street which made It unsafe for me to
venture out alone
I was also troubled with hard dry lumps form 1
Ing in my nose making breathing very dim cult
1 was constantly hawking and spitting and try 1
lug to raise the mucous outof my throat Some
times I would raise such large lumps they
would choke nnd gag me so I would have a
severe spell of coughing which always left me
vary weak and my lungs feeling very sore I
had little or no appetite and always a bad taste
in my mouth My stomach gave ma a great
deal of trouble I
I had been In this condition over two year
when I went to the Copeland Medical Institute <
for treatment and I am rejoiced to say after a I
few months treatment my former health has
been restored and I consider It my duty to let
my friends and neighbors Snow where and how
my health was restored to me I hope they
will all see and read this statement and that It
may do good wherever It oes
I will cheerfully see and talk to any person
friend or stranger regarding my treatment at
the Copeland Medical Institute
CURES THAT STAY CURED
Bliss Hannah Sfceenc of Oasis Utah Says
I was treated by Dr DeMonco of the Cope
land Medical Institute located in the Proxies
building for catarrh and catarrhal deafness
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MISS HA2T5TAH
over one year age with most gratifying results Si
and I was nearly deaf and blind when I went to
Dr DeMonco He was very encouraging to
me and after a close examination said my case
val curable but would require some time to
c I am now a new parson as to sight and hear
ing and as I gave him my testimonial there I
now gladly affirm the truth and permanency of
their skillful treatment
The test Guarantee during October Every
fee of 55 paid during the month is received
with the contract and agreement that it is
o be returned in thirty days i the patient
i not satisfied
MAIL
Under their new system patients treating by
mail have the advantage cf A careful and
c
I accurate diagnosis with watchful attention paid
to the details of every case and medicines
specially prepared for each individual patient
with the constant advice of skillful and success i
ful specialists
Send Four Cents for Question Circulars
THE COPELAND MEDICAL INSTTUTE
Located Permanently Booms 200 201
202 and 203 in the Progress Building
COUTH MAIKSTBEET SAXTLAKE n
Dr A DeMonco
Consulting Physician
SPECIALTIES Catarrh and all diseases of
eve Ear EyeThroat and Lungs Nervous Die
sees SkinDIseases Chronic and Special DIs
eases of both sexes
OFFICE HOURS 9 to 1 am 2 to 5 pm i
7tofip m Sunday 10 a mto 12m
OPENING
OF
oU UR NEVI GENERAL MARKET
WHITE SONS CO
Respectfully announce that on Monday October 2 1893 they
will open a New Genp Market at No 22 West First South street
first door west of the McCorniclc Building
In addition to our regular Meat Business which we have cod
ducted for the past 17 years we have added a Grocery Department
and a Fish Poultry and Green Grocery Department and are now
prepared to offer to our Patrons the facilities oi the Most Complete
Slarket in Salt Lake City where everything required for the table
may be purchased without leaving the building We have secured
the services of Mr Raguel Barber Mr William Wood jr Mr John
of Z C M I and Mr
Back formerly Finley G Brooks and can
assure the Public of the most courteous and atisfact treatment
Tho Pnb1 arB Invto to InSDBct onr Now Markot
I WHITE SONS co
OS The only safe stara and
reliable Female
PZLi
LpulllS ever offered to Ladies
E N NYROYA
IJPENNYROYAL PILLS I especially ed to maried recommended Ladles
Ask for DE MOMS 3SH2STY3OYAIi PILLS and take no other
I Sand for circular Price S10O per box 6 Boxes for 500
DR MOTTS CEDEMLICAX CO Cltsveland
DR CHMCA Cleeld Ohio
Ber Sal by f JB Farlow OrufiUt MrCornlck baildinz Salt Lake City CtaM
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PERSONAL ITEMS
T J GUNDRY of Tooele is at the Cul
len
E P LYNCH of Bingham is at the
Walker
G W MAGRATH of Omaha is at the
Knutsford
F A LIMBAUGH of Palisade Nev is
at the Morgan
CHAHLES LANSING of Des Moines la
is at the Templeton
BERT SBABOLDT is up from DuChesne
as usual he is at the Walker
H S SKIMMIN andA Whelan of Chi
cago are within our gates They are at
the Knutsford
L G GRAHAM and wife and Miss Sara
Fleckinger are residents of San Jose
Calat the Knutsford
DAN MORHIN is up from Eureka taking
in the sights of the capitol He is
quartered at the Walker
ED JOHNSON the well known resident
ol Fairview is in town His autograph
is on the Walker register
JAB H WALKER and H J Walker are
in from Evanston Wy on business and
pleasure They are quartered at the
Morgan
H E Moss of San Jose A C Brende
muhl of Oakland and H Seaman and
wife of Winters are Californians at the
Morgan
MR AND MRS HENRY AUSTIN and
Miss Lizzie Slingerland of Trenton N
Templeton J are enjoying the hospitality of the
DAVID KEITH of Park City and C F
Keith of Ogden are guests of the Cullen
The latter has just returned from a trip
to California
HON J R LETOHER started last even
ing for Kansas City on personal and pro
fessional business He will be absent
about week
JAMS FORREST of Colgay Alberta
I Canada is in town looking after the ad
I vertising of the lands of the Alberta
Railway and Coal Company He is at the
Cullen
FRED CHAFFEE the experienced hotel
man who so long held down the night
desk at the Kuutsford now presides with
i becoming dignity over the day desk of
the Walker
i
I BENz GAR JBL Reese and M
IE Rountree of San Francisco George
Earle of Stockton E B Hatch Salinas
and J S Beach and Wife of Los Angeles
are Californians at the Walker
A C WASHINGTON J C Schutte and
M J Quinn and wife of New York city
Charles Babcock P V Crittenden B
Dunn and James C Hart of Rochester
are New Yorkero at the Knutsford
W W CALDER representing Branden
stein of San Francisco has just returned
from a very successful tour of the terri
tory While business generally is dull
he considers the outlook very favorable
indeed
indHAVE
HAVE your watch repaired by J H
I Leyson company 128 Main street

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