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Salt Lake Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - November 22, 1881, Salt Lake City, Utah r V DAILY One cent went Publishing IV Will tm on a tho of or to of t VOL XXI SALT LAKE CITY NOVEMBER 22 1881 NO 17S THE JOB le Lie mort In the Territory It Eon with aU the of Gate BOOK In all 1W branches and at reasonable HUos 13 AM KOOM for a aod or two from n m I V WE Of mon yo of 3D Warrior aud of which we arc Instructed 1ft S W S CO 9 OS on Mouth madlt of loft from iho marked with thru Tbc owner by at JL K JI yo hU b J I ILon of Vor Hale by A bait Well a No 61 cloth flit t railroad unredeemed Old at verr t No Old at very r I O Ba DR AND Ity UUb 17J 10 Jt 13 2 B p m KOI IH INDIA living nud mull Kiwi U Icr V o or Koom Ho a TO LOAD ON DIAMONDS and nn told Bout ft wanted bot and of Hermit o Box CMS J AN BROWN Or r AN AND Btm r and rlo IBI Halt fak City siti a in l In Kronch and Gorman Iro lo at any or 83 The District Attorney An tJC Evidence for Prosecution All in Bobinson Withdraws Cuse aud Guitean Takes His Place The over the Shooting Unabated Nov crowd th Court House this morning IA three greater than on Saturday with the difficulty those en titled to admission could force way through the corridors to Criminal Courtroom Iho court was delayed some minuter In consequence arrived In the van at oclock an escort of three mounted po In addition on the van He was at once taken to bla he and read the morning 3Ie to have recovered entirely from his He attributed his escape on Saturday to the interposition of Deity and desired his hearers to understand that ho was not afraid to die if Deity It but he did not want to be shot down a dOK before he had time vindicate his conduct In trie court of justice Upon n mont of Your No SO Second neur No 33 Honth the to nock or irine wo T Cor of all and 1 Syrup Cannoil aad loll of rooda g wily flora and hart cout ant promptly f of TO 47 J wilt amp a full imp n of poultry and 10 which tiu ttm of old ASB Vi leli It otc l lnr nl will brought Into court at once himself to his papers and to general expectation made no whatever or to tho lute attempt upon bis upon opening of tho court KoMmor arose and addressed the court for the of calling attention to un article In tho Iont In which wuit to nay he should re the withdrawal of from the code ni he had but could liu ol no hut an In the con duct of criticised In the he had received from who broke in Your I to stay Continuing ml tho court lo from the and positively he could not with proper Dolf remain In with who hnd been following all the latter portion of speech broke In and with mild and I with mom of It If he tud only It Monday there would been uny between hero tried to when he retorted upon him Keep yourself Im talking now I with him jn a brief deplor ing HID which Cox relieved from further con with tho defence bc Knn hit to the with We do not expect to be compelled to conduct entirely Hero exclaimed I understood iv AND TDK to In art PoSl also Mr I should John H to have thorn hero well us of Then lute a On the question of my In simply by thu own on tho of Inly thu not fatally We dont to the sub ject tci havu It K on court In o After n brief Thills all there Is to tho short nnd to point I want I appear iw cl liure I am the Deity and I expect Him to take cam of nio I think he It pretty well no The District Attorney thyn called Drs urid who to tho of the wound that It wan u mortal ono They also the ball which was exhibited to tho as tbc ono they had from body of 1roaldiiit Thd then rented their case was nl lowed permission to bo heard In opening hh defence retaining his sent Your f was not aware that I to Sco ovor nnd to him when retorted sharply nnd with Impatience I wont stand up Im not afraid to but I have AMI anil wiH conk III rail Hunk 17 at dco t Wont hot North and Korh N M 6 home In Oah of altio 1 V and fruits tut a Mnu vte A fall ry Friday IOP Loki Den 1 and row MOK BALSA Inon for nd chare and ono No aud ono Apply r nor r 0 U M y Halt laic City Con 1511 Iir ROOM hr an W A 1 O WIIO IB A GOOD cook and to work In a family Appeal onto compf Innt A ul to B how Third hoaso north of W to on tho yn pot month to ma who Is Apply tn John Wlm Wo ot Apply tn John Ion U r Orcon Wyo TO blocks of thi Bum y IN HRL TO DO must bo a cood cco Apply at 3 S ti and id it J AWO DO Apply tolly WHO tand Iho of cisir thin V cook but ft mnn Vf Wjo ply THE by film Jony arrested on a charge of Into 11 prison van n which was bein conveyed from the court to tbc jail wit Intent him was taken to cbo cod precinct police about 0 Iwc evening He was verj drunk an unable to This he wz sober be understood hia position took step to jet counsel in the person of R K Elliott who defend bm in th police court tomorrow A visitor to the station house why he didnt hit Jones laughed nnd It wasnt m shot at him to ice thorn prove The were so confident laa that they had the raua they made no further search and it was no until flve this afternoon that any of tht of the van at the of tlie the police elation to Identify the prisoner Police officer who was sitting on the van with the driver and who Ored at the horseman aa he wheeled and led rode out to the station house about urt After a thorough scrutiny ol the prisoner Officer Gen tinmen Is not the man I should know him a million I not fall to Identify this man Jones as the man but 1 could swear that he JB not the then specified points of difference between them aa follows Jones has a complexion with hardly a perceptible mustache whereas the man who drad ttt wad a dark swarthy man about 45 years old with a Keiy nervy stumpy black mustache ami keen eye besides tho latter was cool and and the man ner in which he planned and executed the work even though Jie failed wan that of ft determined msn rather than of a fool again horati vas a heavy sorrel with fore while Jones horse haa not a white upon It The authorities are pretty well satis lied from they hare not secured the man as an In of nn hour and u half elapsed be tween the when the aveng er escaped from pursuing van and the when the mounted the eccentric Jones There is room for several theories now toeing ad that tho culprit made hla escape as he had ample time to do or that Junes after aa he supposed having eluded his pursuers to cele hla exploit with a und attain that Jones was an accomplice to The ox tout of loaning his horse find after receiving biuk the on the of Hie und what had been was just drun enough to enjoy the sport of pur sued by tho police knowing ho could not be for the retil criminal Tho now of tho case creates u stir nt police only n morn out to speak and I keep my sent I do not cam to uny more than WAS published Monday In my fid drus to tho public i the Jury nil saw It 1 have no set speech to maku I as my own counsel and my to make na wo KO wo done tho past throe or four duyn I dont monn duy sy to any one T only want to Rot nt If any ono snys I owu them twen ty dollars and I dont I will deny It on tuo My Idea to things they nro and not lut them Rot cold nnd suffer from Of course I shall RO on tho staad at tho proper nnd bo examined and cross examined My Won however Is to meet a when H Is hot be fore tt Indigested T think tho true way Is to Interpret ray us tho I have no sot to make I nm much to your honor find to my council for tho courtesy of this to a marked since tho early of tho trial and during delivery of his was par ry of rly n nt the conclusion COT MO K 8KK 1 B ful of Empire Market Lake r t iho of the The and f of Fp rt rn rc Motion tr mute hy cnn ho on howl fnas ind pro is on tho cornor of first Sonth Commercial ITAH Remember Oio Thon yon want tin awaka too choicest Cow and He settled back In Ills chair with nn air of exhaustion and his head upon hla wearily a ex appeared on lils face en addressed the Jury at considerable length Much ho said had been Intro In Hint far which to his mind should have no bearing on thu case All men shared the same opinion relative to the suffering of the President It was not pleasant to contemplate those things and when they wero presented to tho Jury they must an The only question or the Jury to was whether tho prisoner killed tho President ami whether at tho ho In nuch condition mentally to ren der him responsible for tho action Tho spenker with io attempt nt oratorical ef fect presented In a mutter of fact manner tho point he proposed lo and Ine would rely Without his opening requested tho Court to him to tomorrow This granted Adjourned Nov Washington says a officer was terribly alarmed today when shot at about ft monkey What is tho Ho cried out Oh who shot that pistol I told him the officer tired his pistol You know did tiro at tho as he rode olt I could not bo the officer tired Ho thought both were fired at him Somebody Is shooting at ho screamed camo near hitting mo tie did not he was ill then You toll and Vil lains that 1 want them to put on more evidence of tho prisoners fright was more when he van The mnn that was arrested this evening about ft oclock He s believed to tK ono BUI Jones of Queens Station and ham lot within tho limits of the District of Co lumbia Ito Is li farmer and a hard H rorto toward barc after tho shot and in said to have told everybody he mot that had Of course there was no following him Ho went to and had turned about vhon arrested He was taken to the Second Precinct station here nnd locked up Washington spe cial says had escort this morning no less eight mounted policemen being detailed to guard Dim on tho way to court tie arrived at tho courthouse early as T oclock De from the van he showed evident nervousness As he was proceeding up tho long opening lined on each side with his teeth chattered with fear Ho along at an Increased puce desirous to get out of the crowd M fMt as possible Arriving within the walls of tho sigh of wu hurried up wait the as sembling of the com t Nov oon ana j fact l that the mort and arc in their or Ion on this point lawless ono of that the had not ono truer to OCR stock of kinds of KURS Is now com F A BnO Fen Rood Conrads ker Jones Is well known to tho He has been arrested several times within the past six 3ears He is 20 years old and owns and operates a lino farm upon road about three miles from the city Ho Is regarded as a crank by his neighbors His chief trouble tho past two years hiis been to personate policemen and mako arrests and after making a show of taking persons to the to release them with a warning not to uo caught offending any moru William Jones was brought before the police court this morning for assault with Intent to kill Charles I Ho was detained but a few moments and In default of committed to Jail and Ills case postponed When tho prison van reached the Jail was hur riedly out und convoyed ti tho room of tho Warden whero an examina tion was made ft was tho ball only caused the slightest possible abra sion ol Uie skin terribly frightened and scanned each new arrival If dreading another attempt upon his life On reaching his cell he begged the Warden not to allow any strangers to see him during the night Soon after returned to his coll Mr had a talk with Him nnd later on his brother called Tho de scription given of tho man who did shooting WHS so very memre tho police hud vury little to work upon The alarm was sent out and mounted police wore Instructed to scour the country and bring In all suspicions officer who patrols near the Soldiers Homo dually saw a man answering I ho description that had boon sent out and cried out to him to halt ICe got a blast of profanity in reply and tho man rodo off us fast as possible tho policeman n hot pur suit Tho chase was continued boyond the District line and several shots were llred luring Its progress The nian final ly disappeared In tho The officer then laid in wait for his man ond he noon reappeared As he rode Into the yard of a farm house he was overtaken Hero tho assassin Win Jones by name was arrested and brought back to this city lie haa boon very reticent ever tho arrest nnd tho officers having him In will not communicate anything lu regard to tho prisoner It Is reported however Jones Is another member of tho grout family of and that ho doB not seem to realize ho has done anything which Is liable to Involve him la serious difficulty Additional precautions will be taken hereafter to guard from assault when ho Is Doing conveyed to and fro Ills condition tonight Is described as one of abject fear and his appearance Is said to be to strong contrast with that presented this morning in court he gave public notice Hint he was secure from any attack contemplating his physi cal harm Now Instead of being defiant he appeals to bo protected from further molestation und points to tho fact that Uils Is the thin time his life lins boon attempted since has been Ml Star Nov Tho Sun prints tho following special The most NJo erant of all the failures of tho Star prosecutors to do their duty Is found in the ease upon which Ihe socalled Infor mation based Corruption and fraud wero stamped upon the face of the Walsh contract Brady Walsh and others con cerned had guaranteed 1 wanted to Use Walsh a witness and how did they set about It While Brady was In office ho order 1SS1 nir 150 miles of service on tho ronto of this contract and deducting per annum from tho pay pro rota OB ac count of railroad extension Be also re served tho of ono extra for future consideration upon tho ground that tho contract had filled on the remainder of Ihe route i Brady order of April 10 1M di recting that tho pay of Waist for tho quarter March 31 1SSI be sus Bonded of office leaving Walsh unpaid for the quarter for having faired to the contract o mat ter what may have governed these acts they were official and they stand upon the record Now drew which James signed as General W contract to be fraudulent and corrupt as It undoubtedly In the tare of sworn declaration James on the Uth of removed the suspension of t Walshs ordered p by Brady and three days later ho ordered Walsh to be paid on this failed and fraudulent Job On the 1st of July 1SS1 made a further order all lines and forfeitures for breach of contract as follows At of contractor of June 15 ana SCV 1SS1 herewith and report and thereon by A M Gibson of the department of justice P K ward Inspector and A A Freeman Assistant General re mit deductions are nnes iSO This sum of iras an solute gift made upon tne contractors affidavit only and the recommendation of three of without other testimony Adding this girt to Oho other allowance Walah received from the Government which he could not have received under Brady s orders This transaction necessarily pro vokes comment There is no suspicion that James Intended to act Improperly but that ho was led Into an error which hoc resulted In advantage to Brady and the ring and in pecuniary profits to somebody T o about Ihc merits of Hop T Bittern who was always doctor Inc aort new well me ro to her i to homon and 1 I did for In lew two month QKO of tha Bitters my wife atd sbc remained no for Ito n Pioneer Received Large lines of also janl assortment of fancy mixed plaid GENERAL The Case to Come Up in the Wash ington Courts to Devote Once More to Private Affairs The White House Heine NEW Tons Kor Heralds apodal says On of Allen J Campbell claiming a Beat aa gate from In the next Congress upon the of Gov Murray n whose cose George M Adams the over clerk of the last House of lina placed the of Q Cannon the representative of he Mormon Church upon the roll the attention of Clerk Adams has to the recent decision of Chief Hooter in tie Third District Court of Utah that Cannon Is f the United States that the certificate leld by him as a certificate of ion was obtained by fraud and his been used and is void In ita face Ji view of this decision and of further acto M set forth at length in the printed accompanying the communication hat on the Hth last after a ull of counsel on both aides the the Territory rendered a dc in favor of Campbell and to lia a aa Delegate elect and lat on appeal taken by Cannon to the states District Court of Utah Gov decision was sustained Adams asked first whether he proposes to the namo of Geo Q Cannon on 10 roll o the House as Delegate from tab If not whether ho will re the certificate of tins Governor by on the roll the name of A E ampbell made no written ply out orally has stated that ho cared for the question 01 citizenship nd would have put Cannons namo on e roll even bad he known him to be an Englishman It Is learned from the that Cannon Is regularly pay every month us a Delegate om Utah though be holds no election Campbell and his attorney dtc J K of Salt Lake are ivf oft way to Washington and it Is stated bring to a test In the courts of tlic District of the clerk to place on the roll of the next House a person lacking the rst qualification viz not be a candidate for the United States Senate When retires from President Cab inet early the coming month He rm derote entirely to his private af fairs Tbe rumor that hfc lo Minister W England Das no foundation The Crippled Back BOSTON SOT tho last stoUment of the Central Banks cue item of its was due from other National bunks It appears a good portion of the mosey due on collateral for tte Pacific Bank It Instated that five bank rity sub scribed each toward the relief of the The directors of National were in secret session until 11 oclock At the close of the conference taey Issued the following statement Nov says the depositors in tho Bank will cer tainly be paid jn full Weeks refused to make nny ever simply saying the organiza tion of the Bank is effected as he for ie be able to pay dollar he The feeling In circles in tho city is that the bottom Is reached in the difficulties Xo In the future Is are made by the directors g the Cen tral Bank looking to tlic con of Its on a sound basis nnd protecting its present de posits nnd they feel confident that there should be no further distrust of its finan cial ability BOSTON Sov is given that persona having checks on the Pacific National Bank of this city drawn bythe Pacific Rational Bunk of Francisco receive payment thereon by at the State National Bank of Nov Is no run on tho Central National Bank today and the deposits ore fully equal to the drafts Tic directors have appointed Assistant The People and the Press Astonished at Gui teaus Impudence Ai Opinion oT America Success of the Exposition in Paris SALT LAKE THEATRE One Week Thursday 24tli Editor Shot ST Lotus Nov Republicans Thomas S Mc Marshal of this city shot and killed A B Thornton editor of tho Boone News this afternoon The News tills morning had nn article severely rc nets nnd some personal abuse Mc on the street tills and an altercation ensued were struck and pistols wero then drawn shot Thornton twice once in tho stdu and again In thu head tho killing McDer nmn himself up An Old Murder ROCK Nov body of a man was found crowded into the stump of a hollow newr the Bunyun Hoto sec tion on the Memphis Little Hock There had been play The boUy was a mere skolo on liad been placed On it to aid uid conceal decomposition The murder probably dates three yearn back when a named disappeared mys lu section A Nov Kansas City aoyo o county Kansas reports he 1ms captured the notorious Dick Little ono of the James robbers residence of Ills thirty miles from 1ort Siott Tho State n reward o and tho railroad for tho of Little who was la both the and Blue Cut train ind It Is he was at win slen persons wore killed The will leave Kansas City to identify Game Dinner Nov annual came dinner Riven by John B rako at tho Grand Pacific hotel thli ov was unusually elaborate and cost y Of Invited fifty vero tho elite of the city o too country n tho table of game fowl and flsh and later in the evening there was a social reception lu parlors Ilio Bank exactly us did tho Bunk bv oans to one Weeks He the fact aa as possible ut had to acknowledge It finally examiner snys the con dition of the bank affairs is bettor than ast Confederate NEW AUK with with Cashier Baldwin to defraud tht Mechanics Bank bc oro tbo United States Commissioner to day preliminary oped new and ol moved his WM till Wednesday up Nov briff Lizzie picked up lit saa a boat of the ship Franco f Dunkirk containing the chief mate nd four Tho Franco win In and It Is feared other boats with tho of Uio crow arc lost or tho mun starved to death soon a rotten crift laden OT cords of Blubs has 17 dayi A Craft Wrecked t NOT Mon with out Vom and nothing heard of ier Ills almost certain that she has down with all on board her cap aln and a crew of nix A Drowned N Cup keeper of the wife wo small children and Charles Wilson House his and wo children were drowned in Eel Bay Saturday whUe In An Suicide Nov Is slated at po lice headquarters Louis B B Howel suicide this He shot himself in the head There In no explanation for this act envelopes tha Is be he was a Bank Examiner Joseph W Derby tem cashier The excitement in finan cial has evidently completely sub sided Renovating the White Nov White House Is now undergoing repairs and will be In an habitable condition by the 1st of December The rooms oc by the Hayes and families fora sleeping room and where President lay during his loop has been pointed light blue The rooms across the hall in the corner which down to the time of President occupancy were family apart ments will bo used for this purpose by President Arthur Tho suite consists of a small room done n two shades of blue panels which WHS occupied by Grandma and u larger iu the corner painted crimson The library which is on the south side of tho hall between tho Cabinet room and the apartments oc by tlic IB also thorough renovating The upstairs family apartments have been moved across the hall from the southwest to the northwest corner and the walls have been done over in new tints Tho pipes about the house have all been repaired and to a groat extent renewed a renovation haa not taken place before for years Nov Walter M an speech on Thursday on hs American tour It abounded with remarks as to the wonderful of the United States and with advice to Englishmen He emigration so strongly that the Spectator today that he has cone to the conclusion that out at least for the pentry Wal tci remained in the town where he made thi speech In order to give the best parts of the country to for and many intending emigrants caled upon him Numerous circum combine to assure him of a great of next season The Canadian government and the syndicate is building tho Canadian Pacific are a splurge to secure for Che Northwest and the of Lome will deliver number of speeches on the subject But it Is too country to attract much attention Her northwest is no doubt a very line place in summer but Lord Lorne writes to us that the winter lasts fully half too settler by ligh tariff stupid land regulations and an monopoly OF by Nov Fran cis A Walker of tho Census Bureau submitted a statement lo the Secretary of the Interior today con some facts concerning representation In the next House of Rep population of States the of Represen at the present figure 293 would give one Representative Lo every of population On this basis the follow Ing changes in Representation would en sue In tho 4Sth Congress Arkansas Cal Mississippi Carolina and West Virginia gain one each Minnesota and Nebraska gain two each Alabama Illinois Maine Mary land New Hampshire Ohio and Vermont lose one each Pennsylvania two and New York three Other States no change truy Nov special from New York soys F Theodore Walton whoso betting exploits in England the past sea son him world wide fame as the arrived homo today He says ho won or on the races in England On alone he gathered in iu three races on in the St on marc Nellie In the race he won and on Sir John Ashleys horses Leghorn and Besides these various small amounts Mr Walton lost n few bets also He aays he acted on his own judgment always and never bet with private persons doing ula business entirely books liy Ohio ATHENS Ohio Nov Davis a mulatto was In Jail for an outrageous assault upon an elderly woman Mrs Locke living at Albany Ohio was hanged by a mob last night The sheriff wis overpowered and held while the mob broke Into the cell and took Davis out This morning his body was found hanging to a bridge over the river at the south edge of town The mob not masked am will ue arrested NEW YOUK Nov stocks arc active and weak Slate Lines 1 2t and 1 30 broke at 1 35 but recovered at the close to 145 Oriental and Miller comparatively steady opening at 47 and from 11 50 to S 25 At the lower a began buying for another advance Total sales at both Exchanges Nov Dispatches relate the finding nf the dead body near Spring field of J H who achieved considerable fame as the hermit of Michigan In that character he built a cave under the sidewalk In one of tho chief streets of the city where he lived time but tho discovery of his retreat gave him such fame that ho driven away by curiosity seekers Ho has been insane twenty years Won Horle a widower found dead in bed this morning Hie head was crushed and bloody Tho house has evidently been plundered The left some of clothes which seemed ota tramp seen in the neighborhood yester day young nineteen German about WASHINGTON Nov 21 Established Williams Josephine county David John postmaster Fresco tt nail a Walla county Washington James S Haviland postmaster Postmasters appointed fc S Gregg Big Pino county Colorado Cyril Ward Mount Thuraton county Washington K Maricopa Department Nov 21 Several import ant are soon to Vic made in the Treasury Department Some high are to bo relieved and others are to DC transferred to other bureaus A Homicide Tenn Nov Saturday in a difficulty between Marshal James Cooper James Slaughter Cooper was killed The Brother WASHISTON Nov As Kobinson left the court room today J the assassins brother stepped lip to him and shook him warmly by the hand and Sul livan prize lighters wia their seconds and friends between here and the suspension Saturday The for January next Is expected to take place of tlic next twentyfour hours Police on of on the A Chief Shot ST Lorns Aman named Jese Un living in tlie vicinity of Mo shal of that place while drunk sod 1 the B Nov yesterday for ill her granddaughter to hcr bed side and cut kcr throat from car to ear with a mor and then killed herself Kov Grand brought in seven indictments against Captain one for forg TJ the others for embezzle The ou Nov Times the trial of ways The admiration and sympathy for the Il victim excited In Europe by death are too great to admit of too much concern about the motives and conduct of the criminal In America as in Great Britain some amend ment IB tho conduct of criminal trials seems called for when the prisoner means to deny hit free choice of advocates In both countries however Ac judge may happily be trusted to supple ment any deficiency on the weaker side Tho American Nation neither a nor to be so facile in the of counterfeit evidence of disease as to encourage wan ton assassination Nov reports of trial excites the utmost aaton among English lawyers that violations of decency can bo permitted in court Englishmen can not understand how the criminal Is al lowed to communicate with the public through the newspapers Act LONDON Nov of the County branch of the Land League Is under tho Coer clon net Several other arrests have been made neur Limerick Including a lawyer charred with intimidating rent payers An explosion In the colliery of Lord killed five persons Thin Nov Bishop of Jlau in a sermon at Oldham yesterday In which he referred to the visit of Moody and that he feared the of the excitement passed away as rapidly as produced Where he naked were the tens of thousands who to hear Moody aud at Manchester They must not suppose that because aman could cry Glory Hal he saved Vote Nov result of the election iu Stafford for Member of Par by which Thomas Salt was elected caused great astonishment This Conservative victory is attributed mainly to tic Irish vote which until the night before election had been promised to Howell candidate of the Liberals and working classes r of Woman Oaf bolder of two small farms found dead at Ou Saturday The indi cations arc that she was murdered ff Oat Nov arc break logout and the tho winter are discouraging SOYA SCOTIA HALIFAX Nov chooner En capsized off and three men were lost endeavoring to roach the shore In a boat The vessel was towed Into next day Electric 1Anis Nov Nearly people visited Ihe tlay President has telephonic com established the and the Opera and Hie Theatre He intend exhibitions at winter SPAIN 21 The Chamber of Depu ties a construc tion of the Canfranc Railway with a subscription of piastres per kilometre The cost to bring a tunnel through the is estimated at piastres which Is borne by France sod Spain ITALY A KOME Nov In the Italian Chamber of Deputies while was discussing toe agriculture estimates disorder occurred in the gal lery and Immediately a revolver was thrown into the hall and a voice crying revolver fell without exploding or hurting any one The man who threw the pistol was named Mac He was arrested and the House resumed the debate Art mud Nov Princess wife of the Crown opened the Museum of and Industry There was a large attendance of Ministers and diplomatic corpse Dont to the Greatest of nil ELECTRA 101 Elegant and Costly fli Given ht Performance SILK PATTERNS On ftt Wm Sons Goods also on in 11 AlfTa store No Extra Charge for Scats Circle 0 Second Ct 50 1 20 cu liox for ialo of sou open EXTRACTS from the without or EH AWAtS IN WITHOUT OH from nnd nil haTO the most grateful file ever STEELE of Craun uw BUI St MARY J HOLMES Junt A j if cry novels sell HO imd urc read bound price tW ucW Hoi men o Lylo 0 tic SOLD 13T ILL May Agnes Fleming A Another v new novel liy Jfay nu tli or of Wonderful price HJiO V CIV Millinery for Sale TO MT CONTEMPLATED DIv from Salt Luke I will cheap tor my uf nod pood mil i have Joct received n cholco of and winter Goodi or ibc stylo ond In Uw in complete in season To to ensure JD the millinery n rwc oppor HKS J mils Kimball ment Xor Edgw MIar bc Commissioner of today ten dered ais resignation to take De cember 1st to the position Land of taa Pa cine Railroad Senator OMASA Sov Senator Fair passed nere today en ronte U Athletic Salt Lake Club the Clift bar and dress rooms reading room and partor in sparring fencing club swinging and of M Witri f X Henry rery ent season therefore put your form into one 01 V K IT infants your It the A Co Bole TITE liEG TO i lha WJ keep a full of in Seven Hoof and in Opera Shades la Ten We also keep a fall line of SEAMLESS Which we a da do do Donon colon 3Hattoo 4JJuttoc Opora Maria 3IIatton Closing Ont Flush ribbons fancy ribbons embossed ribbons fringes rouch ings and an variety of choice no tions at immense no Nov The Journal tomorrow will publish the fol lowing Wo are authorized to stae that Mr will not be a candidate for in Congress aad ho Trill 1 not be candidate for md CHICAGO Sov Wheat ien H Com Port ItKi O 11 i nth rtt rora debility and cr Jl Two and misses and childrens Cloaks and Dolmans and cheap received at 7 BBO Invited fhc are kindly invited to inspect a new line of dress just opened in Farmers Price 5ore Latest Importation Of Derby hats the N irrt street Seal of Smoking To Also a variety of other and strict too to and all ac REDUCED Wc oiler Hue ol Kid And a larre of Indies and Winter Gloves Of BEOS A wUl convince you IS GIVEN heretofore the In Sait City Utah In tie name oT A by fram tlic firm and the will be by i E i L K In and tie fins will all the and tre entitle to collect i all ibe ensile tbe firm THOMAS J HUELET LODIS E Salt Like Uuh KOT Wo cany ibe most of ri Hosiery Notions Fancy Of between ibo a do not t Mt examination of QKr and BAMBERGER HURLEY CO Contract Compy SALT LAKE CITY AND ON TEK U In the er or ill Qt the work of and equipping or other damn HylUK ont side and noa w for ra drains as every wad aU tho removal ci uin cement Ac RIFLES 5 I 1STS 15 IS I 17 KIFLE 10 cio 5 GOT Round 10 hot Cor 15 shot IK Bonne 4S Government No lyi 4S No 5 NO 5 BheH 4S 46 ttd 50 J Coifs Action 3S 41 imd 45 ol I Smith Jt Double Action Coifs Navy 3S Kodol tl Boll Doc Colts I Sew Ball Doc 44 The Utah Idaho Oregon Stage Company 8 Second South Si Kunt of Po All of lonie ert aad everything tin Hnc iono nt low rates imd lu Smid work done low rules 3017 I uke in tfac public hnw tlm incut market of J list north of the I all In to ctc my any new ones who cnn lc nun with ihc bum lu Uio ALL MEAT AND SAUSAGE ITO Mo it und Von Will Swy Howe of tbc Wasatch Saloon Aid RESTAURANT i Dive Vev arters Opposite the Tribune Office 11 A T their tlic public call MC will icm tbc of liquors Beer aud Cigars Iso of at the we fire not In Groce lict THE nice m F E Schoppe Main Street n and Dealer in Ranges And or Tin and Copperware OT FITTED UP Be and my IRON A OK before por Jt In close connection Kolton of from for country Tho 1 1881 Fall Winter 1882 JOSEPH Merchant So 01 tho and variety Scotch 1rsncli Tweeds aw ever boon lo this market BLACK O BOX 3S6 Union Beer Saloon is Street Tlie Oldest Retail Clo irx tlie IS AIL At Retail at Wholesale Prices H RECEIVED IMMESSE STOCK OF DISSOLUTION OF N 7OTICS IS TEAT the M1 si H City Emir by J Cm Conn October E ISO CLOTHING Consisting of Mens Youths Boys and Childrens Cassimere Suits Ulsters versible Overcoats Hats Caps Blankets and ail kinds of FURNISHING GOODS ii Fine Fur Am Beaver at Jew than any S J NATHAN Prop House in the Trade RUDOLPH tot GL ASS W or CANARY TABLE and price of all goods euch 120 MAIN be SAL TJ forks Pure White Kalt and 01 Wasatch Mills Of 1881 My TUB TS UTAH re now In operation aad am prepared tol all for Flour Mill Stuffs on low in id of Co to or iii M the Ent cr of luars for pl sail Lake City B
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