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   Salt Lake Daily Tribune and Utah Mining Gazette (Newspaper) - February 14, 1872, Salt Lake City, Utah                                VOLII NO102 3 Tribune Publishing Company i ifLKulinsEnJinres Jtn of this Ci ST ernis Invariably in Advance D TRIBUNE 13 iMnftd every roorriio ii itpplitxi by mail to otitdiile jelirerCJ by curiitji3 ia all parLJ o Per Quarter a 5loaEii One Month One Week 2S Cents TRIBTTJfE p Three Months El iW libers Hicoaal ikllowod te newaiaen S or Wcfkly will te riirnislifed free one jeir w any jterson forwarding iia or free for SIT months to au na six subscriptions TRIDiSE was the Pioneer of th nimral developments and Itaoing zvad in fact of all opposition has tht en and support of the mining ind is the only Journal through it cm be reached ffe shall ot alaffto see any of our Sltning cur office and receive from t Ttj dtzils of their prospects and labors JiV all uho have any mineral 10 3ac as a call GENERAL DIRECTORY United States Officers for Utah Lliief AssftiMC JHtia George Xi A Black Utah B itcKean New York P Strickland Mich M Ifawley Illinois T Nebraska First Judicial Paul seoil Dnncan Third 8 Patirck W Bench Firman Evans u C Bates Illinois Surveyor C dements Indiana ttjcr Public 3J Ovcrton Fenn It HoxwcU Mich1 S Cdey California1 U if J Holluter California Territorial Officers to H Hooper Snow D T McAllister Clayton jnpt Conin L Campbell Post Office Salt Lake City OFFICE General Delivery opon from 8 a m to f p m SoniLivs from 12 to 1 p m Money order ami Registry Department opeii from 0 a m to i p m j Onrsule doors open from G a m to 0 p m AND CLOSING OF XAILS A LH mail daily 740 p m i m a JU Xortli Idalio Montana Oregon Washington Tcrry daily a m Pioche daily i 10 T m Canyon AVcd niwljvs a m Contra Mondays Wednesdays and 1ridas a and 1ridays CLOSISO Tiirongh mail daily Washington and 1 30 p m rioche daily a m Uingham IneBday Tlmrs days Saturdays fi00 p m Contral CityTuesdays Thnradays p m EATES OF TJ03CE5IIO for all parts of tlio tjnited States Mrre cents for cacn half ounce a ounce Circulars two cents each envelope address person and not containing more than ed to one pe three circulars TTsnsieatScivspnpers to all parts of Slates two cents for each fonr uiaccs or traction thereof Lotus four cents for each four ounces or iracnon thereof All matter subject to these newspaper and book rates mnsi be Tapped or enveloped in covers opened at the or ends so as to admit of letter raffis ivai be charged J Nwspaperj and Periodicals to mlT the following rates per quarter payable in advance viz One com not cx lour onnces in weight issne quarter 7 one cent monthly three cents six cents weekly fivo cents semi ten cents triiveekly fifteen cents nrnta a week thirty cents daily thiriy i rate is charged for additional lour ounces or fraction thereof FEES onthc ctrers J rates ol postage On leiters in the United States 15 rents Great S German States s 3IOSET ORDEKS 5th anil easiest mothod of smoney ensnring abaolnf Bafcry not eweeuing in cents 50 BHTTAIX ASD I not cscwding SIC 20 30 20 25 si no i 50 ADVERTISED LETTEIK 1 for leitcr3 aro advertised on of each week me Trill please give date of list TOST OFFICE BOIES sl inarier in advance per quarter in advance letters plainly kttcr mailnjg Xml1 thc llpIKr allowed on printed niat to ae number J M MOOKE Postmaster Stage Lines offices at Tioche Bingham East Camp Tlovd and Tintic E M BARHUM ATTORNEYATLAW 100k atten J N BLUM California Foreign Wines Mnnnfacturors of California Catawba Sparkling And Sole Irnprlrtorn or the BRAZILIAN HERB BITTERS A B SANDS Imponers and Wlmlrsalc Dealers In DRUGS PERFUMERY SHE Ta Glassware Paints Oils Druggists7 Sundries o 141 William sirce SALT LAKE CITY U WEDNESDAY YOKK D S SCHANCK SOJTS Formerly SCHANCK DOTTN7Na OF POLISHED PLATE anil t AMD AGiacr PLATE Cnr Window anil Plctnre BsPQt AMD AGiacr JOR 27 Cliambera ant 1 and 3 Reade Strceta YORK D S SCANCK TIIEO W MORK73 DUBOI3 SODANCK A n SCHANCK 136 and 138 William Street N Y GLASS WARE i every description lor DrnggiatB Chaniists rocord Aioth wearied Stationers Bottlerrf elc jttab Wara mada to order Uoaignafurnishotl LftRGE ASSORTMENT OF KEROSENE LAMPS IM tsml Rcnilo afreet M ANUIACTTJUERS IMPOItTEHS AND Wholesale Dealers In Cordage Twlnea Wicks Brushes Baskets Percussion Caps Pipes Wooden Ware of every deBcripUon All not manufnchired or Importeil at manufacturers bottom prices Particular attention to Western trade Wholesale Houses ODr nilrim strrrt i BENEDICT HALL CO toots Nos 151 336 G rand cor Ives Beecher Front Now Torljc Importers of Sazernc do Forge5lilfliQlftra Got celebrated Cabinet Brniid Caol Ilii Scnrli Whisky TTlifsky i DocU Tniimloft It 11 niN orl of all grades EJT Ail goorts delivered JrQjn TT S Ronded d2 M FLIESS 4 Commission Merchants hippers to all parts of tte Globe YORK peclai attention paid to tho Shtpmeinrd Anil nil viuices made on game BURT1 and Jobhcru of 3 H O O ttsa fi 12 Barclay street Jfcw Four doors below Astor House n233m Importer nnl Dcnlcr in FURNITURE MANUFACTURER Of all kinds of QPHOLSTERY 8 t SCHOFIELD BROS he Commercial Street Store HASAJTSE Stock California FruitB THKIB Sugars Teas Bacon Salmon AT ATTD RETATT TWO CALIFORNIA NABOBS T will give you a story about comple of those mining nabobs whoa names were Colonels Jim and Jack Colonel Jim had seen conaiderable c the world hut Colonel was raise in the backwoods of Arkansas Thes gentlemen after their good luck sue denly determined on a pleasure tri te NVw York so they went to San Francisco took a steamer and ia du time arrired in the great metropolis While passing along the street Col onel Jacks attention was attraetec by the hacks and splendid equipages he saw and he says Well Ive heard about these carriages al my life and Imean to have a ride in one I dont care what it So Col onel Jim stepped to the sidewalk and ordered a handsome carriage Col onel Jack says ATo you dont ISTone of your cheap turnouts for me Im here to have a good time and is no object Im going to have the best rigthis country affords You stop that yellow one there with the pictures on So they got into an empty omnibus and sat down Col onel Jack says Well aint it gay Aint it nice Windows and pictures and cushions till you cant rest What would the boys think if they see us cut such 1 swell in New York I wish they could see us What is the name of this Colonel Jim told him it was a barouche After a while he poked his head out in front and said to the driver I say John 17 this suits me We want this she ang all day Lot the horses The driver loosened the strap and assed his hand in for the fare Colonel Jack thinking he wanted to hake hands shook him heartily and aid You understand me You take care of me and Ill take care of He put a gold piece into he drivers hand The driver savs I cant change Colonel Jack eplied Put it in your pocket ont want any change Were going 0 ride it In a few minutes the bus stopped and a young lady got in Jolonel Jack stared at her Pretty con she got out her money to pay be driver Colonel Tack aays Put ip your money Miss you are per 2ctly welcome to ride here just as ong as you want to for this barouche 1 chartered and we cant let you ioon an old lady got in Colonel told er to sit down Dont be at all is paid for and aa ree as if you were in your own turnj tit but you cant pay a Petty i oon two or three gentlemen got in nd also ladies with children Colonel Tack says Conic right along Dont mind ua Free By and y the crowd filled up all the seats standing i up whileothers limbed up on top He nudged Col nel Jim and says Colonel what ind of cattle do they havfi here If iis dont bang anything I ever saw int they and so awful cool hout it but they aint But have related enough of that circnm tance to illustrate the enormous sim lieity of these unfledged bidders of Twain BOVERNMENT AIM THE MOH MON CASES If District Attorney Bates intended place himself in au attitude of hos refer nceito the Mormon prosecutions it is vident from the dispatches in our resent issue that he has lost little me in receding from such a position lis mission to Washington as ho now iplains ii8only to rom liis superior in office the jiittpr ey Genera as to the conduct of the ases and the disposition of the par es under indictment Fn anyevent t is jmtcclear that there is but one with referenceto both those formar er and for bigamy and that is to ring them to trial in the regular way o as to reach a just judgment accord ng to the law and the proofs It miist be clear to any impartial ob erver that the only question properly nvolved in these cases is as to the uilt or innocence of the accused and hatever ulterior considerations may o had in view in some quarters there s no valid reason for any departure rom thc regular course of procedure m criminal cases cither to secure a onviction or acquittal The distinguishing feature of onr ystem of jurisprudence is that it re uces all citizens to an equality be ore the law and that the issue in case is narrowed down not o whd is the person nor hat would be the effect of the judg ment rendered but to the naked fact f guilt or innocence The prosccu on can neither be toned dows nor nslied to secure convictions not war anted by the proof without sacrifice f principle which we believe would o more be tolerated by the Adminis ratioD than by correct public senti ment The solution of the Mormon uestion so far as involved in these ases is simply to try Brigham Young ndthefotherdefenaaints precisely as ny other party indicted would be ried If their guilt is proved accord ng to law let the sentence of the law e executed againstthem if the proof atl short of that they are entitled to n acquittal as would be any other arty accused jnnder the like circam Government cannot ith propriety take any other course n the premises and we feel assured nat no other course is in fact con emplated F Bulletin 1 ni AT A late PH mouth picniej Ir Beecher waa asked did not anee There 1 but one he replied I dont know how The only ancing that 1 ever did was when my ather furnished the music and used roe s a fiddle I toot all the steps THE rUTOKE OF UTAH There is but one opinion among a it is destined to most prosperous of all the States o Territories between the Missouri rive and the Sierra Nevadaa But as to it immediate prosperity much depend on the result of events now transpir ing in the Territory It 13 bu natural to presume that should thos who control the Church affairs gain the aupremaey in alt civiligovernmeijt migration will be discouraged s will be enacted which will work hardships to adventurousminers ant perhaps deprive their claims by endlesa litigation resxUUng in the utter disgust of this class and they will only be too glad to leave Jh other hand should the civil gov rnment be placed in the hanils of the people and the Church simply manage Vs Church affairs instead of striving or the maintenance of theocratic dea intism thousands will rush to tic lew El Dorado and Utah will be ome a great State in legg than five reara Railroads will penetrate the ralleys the telegraph wilt reach every mining camp and Salt Lake City will become a city in fact in tead of presenting the appearance of quiet wayside town as it now does reatjbuildingg will be erected whole ale houses established which will upply the surrounding Territories as well as their own and one street be sufficient to confine all the niaineas as it does This with a as large as laoramento and an area much larger ias no water supply other than that btained from wells although there san inexhauatible supply of water u the vicinity which could without reat cost be conducted into oirs It does not possess a fite igine and the rude omnibus has not et been superseded by its natural nemy the street railroad car These nd many other improvements will mo he required and the authorities iay as well be prepared to meet Record We clip the following from Lam Reporter of February th As this journal is considered n authority in matters of law W3 that its opinions on such points superior to those of ordinary ewspapers The Bulletin in a noncommittal ote thinks Justice McKearj of tah should make public his reasons r refusing to admit the prisoners at alt Lake City or to bail The against udge McLeanfs ruling savors i of the ule of popular clamor rather than law Heretofore the cry has bpen i this land tcb asily liberated on bail bat now be auso businessmay the ourts must vary the rules When n upright Judge annonncija from the cnch that to disclose the reasons for efusing bail where it is seldom al wed in murder cases would defeat ic ends of would aeem lat an enlightened press should SUS HI him in his aim toibring crime to ght 13ut beyond all this bail is ot a legal right under charges of lurder and no part of thecommunity ave been more persisteht in urging ndges to refuse bail for charged mur ers than Gentlemen of the ut of course it makes fith the law when the entiles petition for a which IG Court declares is improper under is lawand the circnmstahces to be one Trade ia King and the Law it its servant in these days Since the ahove was written it has ranspired that the dispatch stating lat Judge McKeans course did njt eet the approval of the Gentiles of tah waa canard The Gentile opnlalion does support the CHICAGO is the second city in the nion as regards its postal business he Postmaster reports to the artment letters delivered r the month of November a greater timber than has here ifore tail Road Shops A HOPPER Blacksmithing IN ALL ITS BRANCHES BNIATLOB J JOHN TAYLOR I In AW FB ASTCISCO Assayers Materials In fnll supply so Photographic Galleries supplied ith full eiitfita of Apparatus dtock inclurling e bust of Chemical Frames etc AGENTS FOR THE PACIFIC etisS T annfactnre acd koop full 8nppie9 to ip at abort notice flfine aiid flrnudy Bottles andPfcklo Botllea emijohna etc Bottler of blown private monltla andlettered as deaired JOHN TAYLOH 514 SAN TEN PINS TEN PINS 25 Cts Per Game HREE SPLENDID AIliETS Juet opened in the Basement at NEXT DOOR TO WELLS FAR i CO Also Celebrated ALE LAGER BEER A SB of Always to had it the natf H TBTOOTJfcOO THOMAS PITCH 34First South CITY UTAH SETH M BLAIR At o r H o y OTTIOB Over 07 Klmlmll Block wltli C Jt HaiTloy Olhce hours Prom JO a m to 13 2 a84tf BED C BATES ATTORNEY at LAW B ATTORNEY at LAW Clerk of Supreme Court AND Territorial Librarian J Oflices in ICimball mock TTCB of U S Mar shals office janlltf Masonic Savings Loan Bank iXTo Stloot MASONIC SAN FHANCISTO California Oiinrniitcc 1EONIBAS E PBATT Presidect UEO Ronrae Secrelary feOly A S GQULD SQN Public AND I COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS yc Special Attentionto the Iliror poratiou of Mining Companies lTiilir of TTInh AGItEEMENTS AND BONDS FOB DEEDS POWERS OF AOTORNKY LEASES CONTRACTS nd otlior instrumentebf writingdrawn with accuracy and dispatch EAST STREET etween Wells Fargo and Salt Lake House SALT 1AKE CITT UTAJT Wagon Carriage Building AND REPAIRING COACH AND CARRIAGE AINTING A SPECIALTY COACH CARRIAGE TRIMMING AGENTS FOB Fish Wagons OP BAOINE WISCONSIN Horse Shoeing By the only Really Educated Shoers in the Territory A HOPPEB NBU R4NCE FiBANCISCO Notwithstanding the severe and uiiprecedented FIRE IN CHICAGO ANDREW AH DTI Fire Insurance Co HAVE REPAIRED THEIR o the aro ncnv pre pared taclo u BUSINESS Jtiitcs moderatfi Apply to WALKER Gener SOL AdEHT FOB TnM EYSTONE COLLAR COMPANY EUREKA COLLAR COMPANY SAN FRANCISCO AUo Importer and Jobber in Hosiery Dry and Goods ari4 Government Clothing at New York Trices 115 and 117 Bush street San Francisco SiEcade street New York J BERGMAN Innorters and Dealers Havana Ciprs and Tobacco STATIONERYand FURNISHING GOODS YANKEE NOTIONS Four doors nmh Salt Laltr Street Salt Me Jnilgo of tlio 4th Dtiitrhi Con it Attorney at Law PROFESSIONAL CORRKSroNDENTS Hoyt No 62 M Merchants Ex Francisco a8 Wa stroet No 1 Trowbridee raplc opposite the Salt Lake OMif D COOPER Attorney and Solicitor Office Secoud Floor of the Exchange nd Reading Room Building Main street Touse ASSAYEES BROKERS ETC J McYlCKERs ASSAY OFFICE STREET SALT TJAKE Cnrv Ores carefully assayed Samples sent from a distance promptly attended to and returns made on Charges uiode IOHW McViCKEit Assayer J B HEADER SALT CITY WOODHULL ASSAYERS Ore and Ballion Bought OFFICE IN RETOS BTTILDING WM P APPLEBY ATTORNEY AT LAW Prorlllei hlniBclf ivilh suitabJc aianKs Is prepared o draw nn declaratory and nDPllcaU8ns for Deeds to Temple street IIrat tloorwrith ol Commerce Dnihlinf CHAS G LOEBER ATTORNEYATLAW OFFiCTjKoom No 0 over First National Bunk Mam st Salt lake City GEORGE C BATES ATTORNEY AT LAW Office temporarily at thc tr S lifarahnla H HEMrBTEAD M KIIlKPATnTCK HEMPSTEAD KIRKPATRICK ATTOllNEygATLAW Iain Slrect opposite Wells Fargo Sc SALT LAKE CITY i H Hempatead U S Attorney for Utah Q Sprau 4 HOBEHTSON SPBATT ATTORNEYS AT LAW SA KE OTT UTAH HANDY c K oitcnMsr HANDY GILCHBIST ATTORNEYS AT AMD Solicitors in Chancery OFFfCJS MAIN STREET IT T A HU6GAN ATTOR3STET AT OITICE J3ALT LAKE WITCHEB ATTORNEY AT LAW OIHcc over Taylor and Cntlora Storo Blaln St SOI P MOCUBDT C H McCTIRDY MOBGAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW ftoom 5 over Taylor t Ciitlers store oppo site Salt Lake House K N ETBPDEN BASKIW DeWOLF ATTORNEYS AT LAW OFPICBOTerOillfornia Store Alain etroet Cltv iwniH f M SMITH CARLL SMITH A T T 0 R W E Y S AT LAW SAW ciiv IKwr South Gotlbefl Temple street Security Against Fire and Burglars Halls Patent Concrete FIRE PROOF SAFES HATB been tested in over Sii Hundred Fires and not one lias over failed to reserve ita contents uninjured Halls Improved Dovetailed BURGLAR PROOF SAFES lave restated efforta ol skilled bank urgrlara Not one bag ever been entered by mrglars COMBINATION BANK LOCKS For all kinds of and Vaults Bank Vault Fronts and Linings With largely liiercaseil TaciljUes we are en abled to otter our Celebrated Safes and Looki on Getter terms than the local manufac nrore FOB CiTAlOOOTS ADDBMB Halls Safe Lock nrarboru 111 ENGLEBRECHT Wholeinleaiia retail dialerilir AND DOMESTIC WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS Second South street Salt take City Utah j Jeal Estate Loan Agents HOUSES STOHES bonffht Bold to the PRIVATE HOSPITAL 13th Ward Salt Lake City W F Anderson TWEO F TRACT C H BANNETT HARSHAT A CARTER Alloracy WANS OFFICE Under Salt Lake Reading Rooms A Branch of this SOUND and RE LIABLE COMPANY een nrgnulxeilf n onr business and earn MEMC DR S E GRAIN rxHADfJATE of Geneva Medical College pf New York and Licentiate of the Medical Board of theColony of Victoria Aus tralia Offlce two doore north of KlmVmll i Lawrences over Davis Siore Main Oolca honre from 10 to J3 m anil from J to 4 and 0 to S Orders left at the oltlce will reoeiro prompt attontlcn at allhours Special attention given to diseases Incidental to women and children fe7 SIMMONS PHYSICIAN SURGEON AND AC COUCHEUR DOORS NORTH OF WALKER BROS J I WILLIAMSON PJITSICIAS SVKOEOX Offlce Browns Building four doors South of SaltLako House TAIT SMITH Physicians aoid Surgeons SALT LAKE CITY Office at Godbe Drug Stow ADOLPHUS H NOON MEDICAL PEACT1TIONER EUREKA CUT TINTJC IN ADVANCE Board Medicine nncl Mcdlea at endance tai to perweek SALT LAKE BRANCH FIRE INSURANCE OF CHICAGO yiRct yunrante t alllTre rjatawlll be carrierfata fair MANAGER IRON STEEL IRON PIPE PIPE FITTINGS BRASS STEAM GOODS TOiQLS CAIiPENTEBSTOOE8 HARDWARE FAIRBANKS SCALES FIREPROPF SAFES HOOKER PUMPS No 1 FIRE BRICK PORTABLE FORGES Furnace Men Attention A I FIRE BRIGKir SCOTT DIIIVHAM CO Are the GOLDEN CITT FIRE BRICK Special oar load HAVING PURCHASED THE Spriggs Coal Mine We PREPARED lo thin Wo too BY OAB LOAD OB BETAIL Depot lirr EXCIUMOE and HEADrsa BOOHS W H BBD Agent WHOLE NO 258 PRICES RBDVOBD N DERBYS 42 MAIN ST Great clearing wle Ready Hade CfothlM Onr full stock of wteter at red tired OVERCOATS AT COST COST Suits Reduced to S40 40 Suits Reduced to 35 32 Suits Reduced to 28 25 Suits Reduced to 23 A full ifilc lushing goods at pri Main SlWct BA3TKER8 ETC am Successors to Houty Warren Hussey Preau C L Anthony Culjier SALT LAKE CITY UTAH GOLD DUST COIN CURRENCY New York Chicago St Louis Denver San Francisco AND ALL PARTS OF EUROPK Collections Promptly Attended to WELLS FARGO CO XXPXtiSS FOnWARDERS East Temple Street Salt Lake QitY TRACT Agent BANKING HOUSE BAST TEMPLE STBEET ST BUSIHEM SOO LINDSLEV Stroot MASOTUCTDJIEKS AND WHOLESALE DEAXEKS IN Casioiii Made figs anil Sloes In Every Style Trade from Illnh Territory IMIeltMl d27ljr BRIDGE BEACH JtANUPACTDHEna OP TJfPORTElis AND in M mm TINNERS STOCK ETC 120 North Main Street RODNEY Successorsto TFolls St EPOIWEIIS AKD lOBBEHS 814 North Main SlTOt Pine HUn ST LOUIS BAUMAN TOOLS MATERIALS ETC Nor 9 South Fifth Street ST UOVSS MO 1273m DODD BROWN Importereaud Staple 4 Fancy Dry Goods 430 422 424 436 North FiTtist TBEHON BARNUMS HOTEL ST LOUIS MO BARHUM 4 PRATT firett   

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