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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                DECEMBER 7 1890 UTAH STTNDAY Is apalnst his signing ft but if it Is not pissed and aignod tho Koptiblicftns thoyjmvp again inpnUoycdwlth a ADVERSH TO INGALLS Important Decision by the Kansas Suprcino Court TorfiKA Dec The Supremo Court this morning refused to grant tho writ of mandamus applied for hy C E Lob oil who demanded a certificateof election ior representation from Lano county Lob dell bases his claims on a provision of tho State Constitution which gives each organ Izfcd county In tlio State casting 250 votes a rcprosontatlvfi In the Legislature Tho was one of great Importance for If Lobdell had been admitted tho seventeen other Republicans elected as delegates would have been entitled to tlio name privi lege Many of thorn wore men and they would have given tho Senator a ma jority of two on a joint ballot Tho Ku prorno that in no event could tho jjifinibfirahlp of tho lower house oxceed 125 members until thoro was a change In Uio Constitution TERRIFIC STORMS AT SEA ATJvANTIC COMBAT WITH TVIND AND WAVJ5 and Wnddor Sacli Tremendous Sweeps the Marylands Docks NEW YORK Doc San Francisco Chronicle British steamer James Captain flrnlth from Mediterranean ports which arrived today reports having had a terribly tempestuous imRSfiKO Htfjimcr liad fine weatlifir to 40 when squally On November MUi in iutltudo W deyrcos 2fi minutes longitude fiS chaiiKOd hor course to tho northwest Tho wind WIH then blowing ji strong from tho and Incrcaslnj In forco witli heavy squalln and and tho barometer foil rapidly Tho wind shifted to tho KOU tli ward and tho captain concluding that lie mnnlnK into a cyolomi put thj Hhips Jxfid to tlir south east At IhlH tlino n heavy rrnss soa was running and ut H p m a perfect hurricane hluwlnk The steamer lay in tho troutfli of the soa perfectly helpless neither engines nor helm having the least olTecfc on JUT If was to got the wind or to heave her tu Tho heavy seas illlod tho cabin twice and flooded tho engineroom and stnkohol noarly one the fires The vessel lay In thin condition for eltfht hours the sea making a clean breach over her Tho weather continued tip to 4 a m December 1st when tho wind hauled to the westward Then tho ships head was pot to the vefifujt laboring fearfully owlriK to the heavy soa which at times was appalllnu Tim barometer had fallen to Jiio tfot adrift and nothing could bo dono to seoiiro it Subsequently wind hauled to tlio northwest blew heavily and tho baromotor bojran rising Tho hold was opened and it was found that Kroat damagehad boon done to the cargo On December tho wind blow fresh from tho southeast incroasliiK In force and lit mldniKlit blowing a gain with a heavy Baa running and accompanied by thunder and lightning At 5 a m December 4th tho wind sit If ted to tho northwest and blow with si hurricane force raising a terrific sea At 8 a in the Turpto shipped a sea forward which started tho forecastle detlc flooded tho forecastle and damaged tlio port life boat and hurricane house on tho poop dock In all his thirtyeight years at soa Captain Smith nays bo never experienced such a terrific storm Tho Marylands Disaster Doo C Tho British Htoarnoc from Baltimore No vember 27th for London arrived hero this afternoon On the morning of December lut about 600 miles off shore tho ship en countered gale and tlio decks wore Hwopt by a tremendous soa which killed Captain Luckhurst tho boatswain and second cook broke First Officer Lloyds severely injured several others of Vie crow Nearly everything movable was wont away Including tho bridge three and much dock material Of tho 520 on board JOO woro killed and many woro so Injured us to bo worthless The oQloor who la In charge now says bo storm was tho most awful ovorwit jossed by him Thn condition of the ship after tho waves struck her tho sufferings of tho mangled men and frantic cattle were torrlblo Tho United States Marino Hospital surgeons havo taken charge of tho vouudod men HE FIXED THE GOVERNOR HOW AN INDIANA INNOCKNT WAS aOO IN JtUSSIA Thrown Into Onitrd Iloaso and Thrown Out of Uouglit for Fifty Dollars YOHK Poo Dispatch Pan Francisco Chronicle L Hlccplns a wealthy praln dealer of Tn dlanapolkM whoso lively experiences in Rus sia woro briefly tolcRtaphod has brlolly ro turned and tolls un intorostinpstory Did I liko ho iiskecl Would you llko to jump Into a rod hot furnanco Well that was tun sort of thins I struck I pictured to njstilf tho Rood times I would havo In Kus Mii and hurrlod Up to reaoh thoro but It was all too soon and If I woro gcflnp to Europe iHvntn T would keep as from Russians Whpu the steamer 1 was on reached rotorsbuiK tho oaptaiTi uskod for my After looking at It ho suld that 1 would to bo lockod up us it was not signed by the Russian Consul at Stockholm lid finally told nio that ho would havo a regiment of soldiers come to the pier and If 1 had no olviecflon thoy would escort mo to the police station did not know Just what to do cjoiiJKMted Amid tho playJnvc of national hyimis I was inarohod to tho guard house Tho chief of Follco with hat In received mo at tho door and I was then conducted to a private room Aisernblod in tho placo woro a dozen of ficials Thoy looked me over folt my pulse examined my tonquo and looked at my pass port I thought to myself that I had struck a private lunatic asylum and concluded to lio low and wait my chanco Tho ofllclals talked together for four hours thumping tho table and stamping ou tho floor iXot boiiin able to understand Russian I wag at a loss to know wliat thoy woro saying I had an impression though that it concerned me for I saw tho guard with arms crossed watching mo Tlu men could not como to any undor stuiidlug for finally I was to go out of the guard house I already had all I wanted of Russia so I asked for a permit to leave tho country Tho officials refused to grant it und also refused to allow mo to go to tho hotel I wont to tho American Consul and ho fixed mo for tho tlmo bo Ing Ho thought it would bo useless to attempt to got a pass port there so I wont to Moscow On roach ing tho hotel I sent my United States pass port to the police but it was roturnod at once with tho information that Jt was no good The hotel keeper put my luggage in the street and looked the door behind mo It was 0 oclock at night aud snowing hard Tho next day I started out to find an in terpreter Wo triod to get tho authorities to issue apormlt but without success Wo had boon moving from hotel to hotel and board inghouse to boardlughouso until I was tired I suggested that tho interpreter find out what tho price of tho Governor of Moscow vas Ator a days dolay I wus dcllichtod to loarn that ho would ilx mo for I Bent tho money and rny passport and tho next mornlpg at 7 oclock it was returned A memorandum in blue ink had been made ty the Governor and a slip pasted on tho end of tho passport An hour later I had paid my bill and was on my journey toward On reaching it my passport examined and tho slip taken and my ipoor sell allowed to go I havo had all I want of GERMAN EDITORS OFFENDED for Tlic Kaiser Declares They Are High School Products Gone to Seed THE EMPERORS IDEAS ON EDUCATION There Should Bo More of Modern History and IJCRH of Ancient Chron Experiments AVith a Diphtheria French ForeignNews Dec by New York Associated Press LlcicJisaiizcljcr gives pasHRges from TCmperor Williams ro cont speech on Kciiool reform Ono point tho Kmporor especially is the time lost in the higher public schools in cramming the youths with Latin and Greek instead of tho German language and Ger man history especially of the growth of German institutions find tho Ideas of na tional unity Modern history ho declared If rightly taught would become Infinitely rnoro valuable than the chronicles of an lirjulty he asks worono many young Germans Hdneed from tbo path of political vlrtuo How is it that Germany produced reformers of society so many men nagging at their own government while command Ing iho governments of other nations It was simple Ignorance arising from defec tive education on tho genesis of modern Gorman v Tlio higher schools must mend thoir methods They must make thoir studies boar upon practical life reduce tho boys book work and glvo more time for healthy recreation and training of tho body Tho present nystom tended toward an overpro duction of highlyeducated people Jour nalists ho said woro high school products run to seod Ho approved tho saying of JJismarck anont tho who ho called and from whom Mio ranks of journalism wero largely recruited forming a class dangerous to society Finally he declared bo would not license any moro high schools until their methods woro amended Tho generally resent tho Km references to journalism National says instead of thoir being hungry candidates many high Stateofllclals aro only too willing to exchange their posts for positions on tlio press If thoy can got thorn Tlio latest development In Kochs discov ery of a cure 1or diphtheria and tetanus have boon limited to tost experiments with animals until yesterday when remedy was applied to several hundred subjects through tlio transfysion of blood from ani mals not susceptible to diphtheria It was found that blood from rats and mice had a destructive olloct on tho victims of diph theria while tho blood of rabbits trans fused had a similar olToct on lotanus Ito foro transfusion the blood must be frood from coagulurn and otherwise prepared Professors Klomssen and Bauer lecturing bo f oro tho Munich Medical ox prossed themselves opposed to tho uso of Kochs lymph In private practice until chances of euro aro better calculable A patient In tho Vienna hospital who was un der treatment died suddenly as soon as tho reaction following Inoculation sot in and a 17yearold girl who was inoculated with tho lymph for lupus yesterday at Innsbruck died from paralysis of tho heart STRENGTH FllOM THKKOJDA NUT Wonderful Eftccta of rJ1hin Peculiar Bciui on tho Africans LONDON Doc San Francisco Chronicle derful stories that havo boon told of tho properties of the kola nut are moro than confirmed by tho consul at Itakla who has written a special letter to Lord Salisbury on this subject Tho West African carriers at that port who uso kola and cany a bean wrapped In a bandana tlioir persons aro physically superior men to the IJijLxillan negro yot tho African through constantly kola can wo aro assured otuluro which no traveler It takes a load with dilliculty fourAfrican porters carry it cheerfully singing and chanting us along each with a bitof kola bean In his mouth a ruletho kolaeat ing African gangs who luhor at tho hard tusk of unloading vessels oarn we aro old twlco as much as theirCompetitors Tlio TKIKIIS which aro described as unintoxicat Ing and In no injurious aro said to act as a nutritive and quench tho thirst yet they aro not strictly a stimulant The sup ply ot Bah la comes from Lagos THE FKENOH TARIFF Higher Duties Than Desired by tho Minister of Commerce PARIS Deo a long discussion of tho Koch treatment today tho Pausal medical faculty concluded that it was still dlfUoult to decide as to tho value of tho remedy Tho Tariff Committee continues to In crease tho du low proposed by the Govern ment despite tho protests of the Minister of Commerce Thochairman of tho com mit too defends many of tho Increases on tho ground that they glvo tho Government further reciprocity power Minister of Finance Kouvler in tho Deputies today announced his Intention of consulting with tho United States and Europe with reference to holding a mone tary conference next year Brazils Constitution Ivio JANEIUO Doo committee having tho matter In charge has reported In favor of the draft of a Kopubliqan Constitu tion Por to tho sickness of ono of tho part ners ono of tho best paying business Invest ments in tho city can bo had at a bargain Inquire at onco E R AViOivS 252 S Main Somo One Make Mo sin Oiler on 3S shares series A Salt Lake Building Loan Association stock OSCAH under Postofflco Sole Agency ior Dr Joogers Sanitary Woolen Underwear of which wo carry a complete lino Send for catalogue BASTTERRY MERCANTILE Hatters and Furnishers 142 Main street GO TO HOOCK Bargain Snlo In Ornament Royal Worchestor French Fish Salad and Game Sots Holiday Present 15 W 1st South Dont fail to road Walker Bros Fylor special nds iu this Issuo also next Tuesdays and Thursdays issues Diamonds The finest assortment in tho West at Dav idson Leyson McCunos Call and oirannnc our extensive stock of Christmas goods manicure sots comb arid brush sots silver triplicate mirrors odor cases perfumes in fancy out glass bottles EAUT D GRAY 50 E First South Silk Derby Soft Hats all grades JBASTTJSRKXMEB 142 Main St The Troy Steam Laundry has no competi tion as to quality of work THOY STEAJI LAUNDIIY Telephone 192 142 Main St To Soften the Skin Ladles whose skin is subject to roughness when exposed to tho air may remedy tho dlfllculty by applying Wisdoms Violet Cream It restores the natural action of the skin and induces softness nnd elasticity For fall styles lu Christy and J C Stetson hats call at 120 S Maiu American Clothing Shoo Co The Territorial Statistician Has Pre pared Forms Territorial Statistician LSppman is sendinK out to tho different County Clerks of the Territory a series of blanks for distribution by tho County Assessors which when filled aro to bo returned to Mr Lippman They aro very complete and will rnako an elab orate and valuable showing proving of especial interest because no statistical re port of tho Territory has beon made since some time in tho Gos Blanks 1 2 and 3 aro headed as follows Any person who is required by this to givt information find refuses upon proper rc so to do shall subject to n penalty of not less than live dollars nor more than two hun dred dollars to by suit in any court of competent jurisdiction upon complaint of any Sec r of An act creating a JJu of StalMicK pawl March H isoo See W SfxitioK Lawn iwo alatixtical Schedule of Town or Stiitc of acres under cultivation during No of acres No of acres under enclnsurn 1or of wheat of outs produced pounds Is acres of corn produced pounds of barley pro of rye pounds of pounds of hay of acres of beets prod pounds o cotton produced pounds ticres of orchard pounds of vincynrd of other product Havo of wim ofculur Have Inns of vinegar Have of sorghum Have of butter Ifnvc niiuln pounds of chouse Ifiivo of honny JfiiV of apples Have driud pounds of peaches Have o apricots Have of plums Hav of pjars of boos Havo of wool On December U 1800 I owned cows over six months old do hereby solemnly swear or affirm that the above schedule contains a full and red statement concerning all iho matters nnd tldnpH tiiercin inquired ofme to Iho best of knowledge und belief Subscribed and sworu to before mo Forty thousand copies of this form have been printed Salt Lake county taking 5000 A copy is Riven to every producer to bo filled out and returned through tho County Clerk to the Territorial Statistician Blanl No 2 roads Statistical County of Town or State mont of Kind of Capital invest id if Annual Number of em ploycs Wutfos paid Five thousand of this form havo been printed Blank No 3 roads MatMlcal Schcdult o Town or State inniitof Natiireof Number of iiamls em Wimus pfiid annually Value of pliiut Value of nmteria Amount of raw material Amount of annual Value of an until Horse power JIow acquired Answer yos or Capital invested j NInotyflvo hundred of this form wore printed Blank No 4 Is un Industrial and Com mercial statement of Assessor of County for the year ending December 31 The titles or headings of data re quired are names of towns OLcities Expended in 1890 private Impended in IMflO for public No of industrial concerns operating in Hands Amount of wages Value nf Amount of annual produot Value of raw Amount of Value of iinnual power employed Capital No of Capital Amount of annual No of Wares Blunic No san Agricultural statement of tho Assessor for tho yeui ending December All tho ftbovo returns must bo in Salt Lake Clly on or be fore Olio second Monday In July 1801 THE STCCK EXCHANGE Small Business Bono Yesterday Ore and A visit to tho during tho trad Ing hours yesterday reminded one of a trip through Mount Olivot Cemetery at mid night tho placo was so Intonsuly quiet Tlio days business was the lightest in the his tory of the Exchanges the transactions being coiillnod to MnliUl Consolidated of which Moears bought 0000 sharesat fiOo Davis un loading i000 and Van Busldrk 5000 shares tho grand tho clays operationsfoot ing up seventyfive largo American dollars Tho following blrdsoyo view will fully ex plain tho situation SAL15S shares Malad Con shares Malad Cou 56c shares STTiVTCfi CERTIFICATKS Tho market declined from yesterday quotations closing at bid with no sales QUOTATIONS ON CALL Harnes Horn Silver Ma lad Northern Utah Co Utah Oil 11 03 90 11 BIDS 10 12 5Oci 10 13 21 IS 75 O JO 13 21 IS 75 75 5BC GO 08 ORB AND BULLION Wolls Fargo Oo yesterday received bullion S5080 McOorniok Oo received yesterday Han auer bullion silver and load ores total A SULIMIUXI MINE Loin Pratt an oxmember of the police forco is reported to have discovered a sul phur mlno wll hiu a short distance of this city It is described as a mountain of and specimens exhibited by Mr Pratt prove his assertions that it is almost pure Upon boing ignited tho specimens burn until thoro is nothing loft to consume INDUCEMENTS Park Record Park City presents more and bettor opportunities for the profitable Investments of capital In well located and developed claims and prospects than any camp ou the coast As a foundation us a bulwark of solid which to build our claim wo have only to refer to such properties as theOiuorlo Daly Anchor Crescent Northland Mayllowor Woodsido Alliance and others With such mountains of mineral as may be soon in the above properties for proof of what Park City ro ttlly is wo have no hesitancy in saying there aro more tluiu a hundred claims in Ulntah and Snake Crook districts that havo tho1 making of asgood mines as any we have mentioned Wo aro aware that men who have money to Invest in ruines do not look to tho largo producers for opportunities but using thorn as a basis of calculation hunt for tho unknown undevel oped mines In this respect as we said above Park City offers more und better Iri ducoiueuts than any carap on tho coast For driving visiting and street wear lined or unHned gloves go to 120 Main Ameri can Clothing Shoe Co For Sale hard burned brick city Inquire at 260 S Main street Holiday gifts at Parsonps Book Store Being overstocked with clothes and over coats will soil or thirty days 20 per cent below former prlcos at American Shoo o SpoclolUno of Umbrellaa and walkingsticks for BASTTEKRY MEU 142 Maiu St Nevada Pintcs Take Little Stock ii the Messiah Craze lEPORTOFCOLOBADOSMINEINSPECTOR The Rawlins Oil and Gas Field to B Jail Destroyed by Wrestling with the Smoke Nuisance WYOMING WISPS Wisdoms Violet Croam will keep tho skin proof against tho effects of weather Try Big Excursion to Denver Tickets For sale only at Grosliells Ticket OjtBoe under the PostbiHuo Cheyenne Sun 5th D S Griffin th representative of Kilpntrlck Bros Col lins tho Cheyenne and Notherncontractors arrived from the front last evening Th Platfco river bridge is completed and the stool is laid across It Mr Griffin said con nection with tho Northwestern might bo made today and certainly it would be by noon tomorrow Cheyenne Sim 5th A week ago thl morning tho town was thrown Into a fever of excitement by tho attempted suicide of Judge Bergman in his office at the court house Tho condition of the Judge is hopo ful He is Quito cheerful and evinces dee Interest In his ofTico affairs Yesterday lie slept much Tie took soino nourishment but his stomach Is quite weak Rock Springs Independent Some of the members of the Leglshituro while drawing up a bill for a hospital at Rock Springs dis covered that tho Constitution prohibits them making tiny appropriation forany new public building without a voto of the people This fact was well enough know last winter when wo wero working for i hospital Our strongest anxiety for tho passage of a bill then was because wo know it was Rock Springs last chance and we havo still got it in for tho gang of thirteen that defeated tho bill Cheycnno Sun Ed F Stable has returned from Carbon county where ho surveyed oil claims fora Colorado capitalist with whom Colonel F A SUIxcr of this city is inter ested The now petroleum fifild is in a sec tion of land only thirtyeight miles frnir Rawliiis southwest Tho basin is on crook which is a tributary of tho Muddy and tho latter ompUes into Snake river TlioiQ is petroleum and gas right at tbc sur face The odor Is strong and tlio earth is of tin oily nature Forco a stick Into the ground hold a lighted match over the sui face and a flame that burns until oxtin gnisod appears Much development work will be doneat this Hold in tho spring A Physicians make no more mistake than when they inform patiimls that nervous heart troubles conic from the stomach and arc of consequence Dr Franklin Miles the noted Indiana specialist has proven the contrary in his new book on Heart which may bo hart free at Roberts A Nnldons who guarantee and recommend Dr Miles uneqnaled New lloart Cure which has tho largest of any heart remedy in the world It cures nervous and organic heart short breath flutter ing pain or tundorncsK in side arm or shoulder irregular fainting smothering dropsy His Restorative Nervine cures head aches fits etc COIjOISADO CONJDKNSINGS Tho tofcal assessments in Lincoln county this year are Tho La Veta Times says that an average of about thirtylive broadgauge cars of coal aro daily shipped from that station Frank Hart was arrested in Wednesday cliagcd with forgeryHarfc is a railroad being short of monoy it is charged that ho wrote out a check for and got it cashed by Martin Miller a saloon Tho check was signed by A C Phillips a fictitious namo and was made out and indorsed by F Hiut States Mining Inspector Hutehinson filed of his annual report with tho Governor on Wednesday Tho report will bo quite extensive entering largely in statistics Tho inspector states that tho general con ditions of tho mines hits been largely im proved since the passage of tho mining law Ho recommends that fines should be attached to tiny djsobcdlcnce of tho law and calls attention to the lack of ventilation iu many minesthroughout the state Work on tho BuskIvanhoo tunnel at Loadvillo is progressing favorably The Busk end is 400 feet and the Ivan hoe 250 foot Tho latter is not as far as tho former on account of having a much larger cut tomako before going under cover present both sides tiro breaking at tho rato of tiftcor feet per day Tlio electric plant and air compressors arc all in place About 400 men In all are employed Word has reached Villa Grove of a serious accident which occurred at the Orient iron camp Wednesday monilng If see tins that Henry Borrynian and Nels Pood win woro engaged blasting a deep hole to spring it with giant powder being somo firo loft in tho holo when thoy poured in the black powder in immediately Ignited caus ing a terrific explosion severely burning and Injuring both men It is not yet known how seriously tho men are Miippy Hooslers Wrn Timnions postmaster of Idavillc Ind writes Rlectric Hi tiers has clone more Tor mo than all othor medicines combined for thut bad feeling arising from Kidney and Livor John Leslie farmer and stockman of same place says Kind Flcctric Hitters to he tho best Kid ncy and Liver made mo feel like a new J W Gardner hardware merchant same town says Electric Bitters is just the thing for a mail who is all run down and dont euro whether ho lives or dies he found new strength good appetite and felt just like he hud a new lease on life Only 50cT a bottle at A C Smith drug NEVADA NUGGETS The Ice men at Truckco aro alarmed over the poor prospect for an abundant ice crop this winter ExGovernor Blasdoll is developing a fine silver and lead prospectat White Pine tho oro runs as high as 1000 ounces to tho ton Judge Bigolow has resigned as DIstrict Judge and has been appointed by Governor Boll to tho Hawley vacancy ou the Supremo Bench of the State Virginia Enterprise Though Potosi stock has declined considerably the situation thoro Is nevertheless very interesting and there Is a good show to yet turn it into a powerful bear trap Crosscutting is going on at a point 50 foot north of where 12 feet of pay oro was struck on tho 1130 level and if the oro is found as solid at this point there will be a squealing of bruins in San Francisco Virginia Chronicle Captain Tohn Sides brother of Johnson Sides visits the Chronicle officeevery day to learn the news from the eiib of the Indian war in tho Northwest He takea groat interest in the situation although bo Is evidently not in sympathy with his brother red men who are threaten ing the peace of the country in tbo vicinity of their stamping ground He is skeptical also iu regard to tho Messiah racket al though ho admits that many of his Plate associates arc firm in their belief that in a ohort time tho ghosts of tho good departed members of their tribe will resume absolute possession and control of their former ter restrial hunting grounds which will be abandoned by the whites and rerunm for ever the solo heritage of the red children of Great Father Captain John says how over that they will await peacefully the development of the miraculous event and will not imfcioputo it by hostile demonsra tionsas have signalized the religious fervor of their red brethern in the northwest IDAHO INKLINGS The city jail at Boise was burned a lew days since The fire was started by a boy twoandahalf years old while playing with batclics in tho front He came near being burned up with the building Htiiloy Times The Bed Cloud mine iclded 173 tons of ore last month This is etter twentythroe tons than the inaii igemeufcparcel fqv as it only aims tons quantity above stated having been extracted it was deemed as veil to inarkeb as to leave it onthe Hailey2limes Early this morning it and oclock 6ou about four inches had fallen and the good much heavier fall This is the first snowstorm this season the total fall of snow so far prior to today not having exceeded half an inch aud none having remained ou tho ground Lewiston Teller Judge Willirf Sweet has rendered a decision in the case of certain Chinamen in Idaho county involving their rights to a number of placer locations and tho water rights pertaining thereto Judge Sweet holds in effect that water is hind and that alieiiG cannot make a valid loca tion of a water right neither can a citizen who once held a valid location lease tho same to Chinamen Boiso Statesman Tho man arrested at on Monday by Sheriff Kobbins at the request 01 the Oregon authorities was wanted for stealing 3500 head of sheep which ho had rounded up on tho ranges and had men drive to the Snake river intending to get them over the line into this State The sheep wero recovered on the Oregon side of the river but the thief who had pre ceded them wis arrested on tho train at Caldwell Ou learning that the sheep had been recovered he agreed to return to Ore gon without the formality of being extra dited Complaint Being subject to liver troubles I havo trict many medicines but have never found an equal to Dr David Kennedys Favorite Remedy nuuln at Rondout N Y Itstipjuhucs the stomach and liver regulates the bowels and has proved of such value that 1 would not be without it I do regard it as the best medicine for any trouble arising from any disorder of thcso organs Fred Sheldon Cor Uridge and Division Streets Catskill N Y MONTANA MATTERS Tho foundry building of tho Kumsey Iron Works at Philipsburg is completed A lodge of the order of Knights of Phthtas was founded at Deniorsvillo Monday night Four miles of tho new wagon road be tween White Sulphcr Springs and Nelhart is completed Work will commenced early in tho spring on the Butto Boston smelter at Great Falls Tho Missoula Coal and Firo Clay Company havo filed articles of incorporation The capital stock of the company is Tho smelting capacity of Buttc is not sufficient to reduce tho ores produced and much of it finds shipment to other points for reduction Incendiaries set firo to tho haystncks of F M Durfoo a randier near Philipsburg and ISO tons of choice hay was burned Loss The nineyearold daughter of Gcorgo Reed of Helena disappeared from hor homo two weeks ago and has not been heard of jpice There are suspicions of kidnaping Buttu is working with tho smoke prob Tho numerous suiclters in tho vicinity throw oIV such volumes of noxious gases as to painfully irritate the respiriratory organs of every inhabitant of tho town Buttes volunteer firo brigade which has been In existimco Cor thirteen years has de termined to disband the city has a paid department in consequence of which the unpaid brigade is not properly appreciated Percy De Wolfe was arrested in tho Judith mountains last week Cor horse stealing Ho had two horses in his possession ono belong ing to Fred F ranee of Fort Maginnls and tho other to Hill Lowohcr ot the Mus selshell Why It Ji Popular Because it has proven its absolute merit over and over again because it hiifi nn unequalled record of cures because its business is conducted in a thoroughly honest manner and because it combines economy uiid strength bciug the only medicine of which 100 Doses Ono Dollar1 is strong points have made Hoods the most successful medicine of the day MITES Snowplows are ruuuing on tho Central Pacific in the Sierras Tho sheds arc re ported In good condition In order to move the Immense crop of wheat in Washington coal aud Hat cars aro being pressed into service Tho bootblaclcs of Sacramento havo or ganized a utnou and have lixed the tariff for ihines at 10 cents each The Stato Teachers Association of Wash ington will meet at Spokano Falls tho 31st inst and tho session will continue three days The cornerstone of tho Insane Asylum at San Bernardino will belaid on tho loth of this month by the Masonic Grand Lodge Tho city of Portland is being cleared of tough characters by vigorous concert of ac tion on the part of the pollcu und judfcial authorities The threeyearold child of Mr Dlbridge of Big Creek Baker couuty Oregon was fatally scalded a few days ago by overturn ing a pot of cofiec Frank T Bogard shot and killed George Uickloy near Faucher creek Fresno Wednesday Tho latter had threatened tu kill everybody on the ranch There aro 134 cases before the Superior Court of Whiteman county Washington They embrace nearly every crime in tho calendar from horsestealing down to mur der and one case is for dogstealing A largo deposit of onyx has been un covered on tho Wenatchec river near Ellensburg Wash A company with a capi tal of a quarter of a million dollars has been organized to develop the ledge Tho boiler of an alfalfa thrasher outfit exploded near Tempo Arizona Wednesday tho shell of the boiler flying 000 feet En incor Thomas Green was thrown several hundred feet Ills log and arm were broken and it Is feared ho may die from Injuries James Stlnson owner of tho farm upon which it occurred was struck by tho flue and badly hurt The boiler was old and rusted und it is thought that the water was allowed to get too low of Te An examination of teachers who are ap plicants for positions in the public schools of Salt Luke City as well as for those who are now teaching on temporary certificates will bo held at the Twelfth school building beginning Monday Dec 20th at 9 oclock a m J F MlLLSPAITOlI Chairman Board of Examiners Dr Standart will remove his office and residence to tho M H Walker Terrace on or about Doc 20th Croxier Berkley 203 South Mais Street Have just received New Dried Raspberries New Dried Blackberries New Dried Evaporated Apples Volg 4 and 5 of Keporti Now ready and for salo at THE TRIBUNE counting room Price per vol Diaries at Parsonss Book Store Take it before because it will give you an appetite regulatn the bowels and cleanse tho system of al im Henleys English Dandelion Tonic Sold everywhere in Attractive Bindings Best Holiday Gift m m 00 SL WEBSTERS HTORNATIONAL DICTIONARY j CD The comprising Is sues of 1C31TSndSJ stillcopyrighted is now Revised ana bears the name of Websters International Dictionary Revision has been in for over 10 Years More than 1OO editorial laborers employed expended before fircc copy was printed Critical examination invited Get the ISest Soldbyall Booksellers Illustratedpamphletfree G C MERRIAM A Pubrs Springfield Mass mal B N K Y R O Y A L W A F E R B The remedy by pJirsicIwi baving abMlututpe and Drivatc tnatfutr female djceaeev n uied moftthly with 02 moocw Qy lad J CB yotanir married or at OuArantoed alwayn tualf no substitute of Wnftrrs Itmr them tipsrNix securely Addrew with stump for partlco DSTfcOIT MlCM C SMLTH i Salt Lake Hoods SarsapauUa Is a peculiar medicine It is carefully prepared from Sarsaparilla Dandelion Mandrake Dock Pipsisscwa Juniper Berries and oMier well known and valuable vegetable remedies by a peculiar combination proportion and process giviug to Hoods Sarsaparilla curative power not possessed by other metDclnes It effects remark able cures where other preparations fail Hoods SarsapanSIa Is tho best blood purifier before the public It eradicates every impurity and cures Scrofula Salt Rheum Boils Pimples all Humors Dys pepsia JGiliousness Side Headache Indigestion General Debility Catarrh Rheumatism Kidney aud Liver Complaints overcomes that tired feel ing creates an appetite and builds up the system Hoods SarsaparilSa Has met peculiar and unparalleled success at home Such bus become its popularity in Lowell where it is made that whole neighbor hoods aro taking it at tho same timo Lowell druggists sell nioro of Hoods SarsnparUla than of all other sarsaparillas or blood purifiers Sold by druggists gl sLxforgS Prepared only by C I HOOD Apothecaries Lowell Mass IOO Doses Ono Dollar TIT 1 ALASKA LOKDQM DYED SEAL SKIN JACKETS REEFERS SACQUES Ulsters in Stock and Made to Order Pur Capes in Beavor Seal Otter Persiancr Monkey Astrakan Miulc and Fancy Furs Bons Collars Muffs in nil kinds of TTur Childrens Setts Caps Collars and Cuffs Triinrmnjrs Kepairinp nlLoring lining trim and ill kinds of Fur Work done by an ex perienced Furrier jSTOBLE WOOI The Hatters and Furriers NO 153 MAIN STRKET 1 FSHST SPECIAL SALE OF ICHIHS FOR THREE DAYS ONLY COMMENCING MONDAY DECEMBER 8TH We will place on our counter a line of HANDEB CHIEFS at reduced onehalf from regular price Xmas presents in endless variety as well as a complete as sortment of Ladies and Childrens Furnisnings can be found at N A BANSOHOFFS 44 S MAIN ST Special attention to Mail orders BETWEEN SALT LAKE CITY Commencing Tuesday December 9th the Union Pacific will operate Pullman Buffet Cars between Salt Lake City and Butte without trans fer City Ticket Office 201 Main Street S W ECCLES Gen Pass Agent P E Schoppe A Co WHOLESALE AND HETA7L DZAL2R8 IK Cast and Wroaglit Iron Ranges COPPER AD SHEETIRON WORK 253 S MAIN STREET Asbestos CementCoverlrig for Steam Pipes Telephone m ip SOB 137 Haln I OoDbsito AuarlMtch Broa 155 S Sain Salt Late City Wall 2161 WiisliincLon Guns Rifles Ammunition Thomson Waterproof Boots General Sporting W hnvo n cnrload of Safety ricycls all and olTor thora at tho following low prices Hoys urso Keys Lndiosand Moiis nnd fxamine stock llhijtnitid Sporting Goods CnUlogue free to all OnePrice Store a Full Line of And Gents Furnishing Goods HATS TBUKTK3 BLASTXETS Etc We KVKtt misrepresent goodi gnavail too aro NXVKU undersold and We ONLY OX 1C 1H1CK Orders by nmil will roccivo attention MAIN STKKBTr Two doors fioulh oC White Theo J Baker Dealer Exclusively la 62 West South TO THE UNFORTUNATE GIBBONS Dispunsary No 623 Stroflt San Km ncijico KstAblishod in 1854 for the iinMil of Sexual and Snmmil Dimnscs nich us Goiorrhna Glct Syphilis in all its forms Sominal euml Tlio shouldi not Civil to will upon him Doctor visited the hospitals of tm ohtnined a denl of vrihuiblo informa tion which he is coiapoiont o impnrl to iliose in nooil of his will maka no unloss he effects a cure The Doctor cures when others fall Try him Persons at homo Cill or write All communications entirely conHtliMitiiil Sincl SlO for a package of modieine Address IK J F GIBUON IJoT San Fnincisco Cal S ATTORNEYS IIK A RD L AW vrs Rooms 10 and 50 Wasatch L C GROSSMAN MONEY TO lotui w improved or unimproved property or outside uiuler IJjink of Suit Lake SMcDOWALb FORMERLY AT LKAD ville Colo Rooms i and Wasatcli IJuild inu over Post OHice Mining practice a specialty C LKSSON S KINNPY Attorney Ofilcos 9 and 10 NVasnteh over WJLliUR Oi WEKKS ATTORNEYS AND ConnselorsatLaw Room 1 53 West Sec ond South street W II MN 8TOXK DICKSON STONE ATTORNEYS AT LAW Fifth Floor Progress JF CORKEK Patent Attorney Patents on inventions Caveats etc Patent drawings models to order Ofllco 251 Main street Salt Luke City SA MKRK1TT CITY ATTORNEY ROOMS and 511 Progress s II LEWIS Attorney at Law No 2lS Mala Street M E McENANY Progress Building Fourth floor Room 403 ZAKE it PUTNAM Attorneys at Law satch Build rooms 7 and iTvARIAN over McCornicks Bnak 153 Main street U S Attorneys office Room 22 Wasatch BENNETT MARSHALL Js BRADLEY over Joness Bank M M KAIGJJN Attorney at Law 5 and 5 Tnbunw building POWERS Attorney and Connnelor Gl rard Block old Tribune building Second South street over Evans fc Spencers andopposito Culleu Hotel SONS OF ST GEORGE MEET SECOND and fourth Suturdaysiu each month at Temple of Honor at p in Englishmen invited to jriii W H F CLARK W W A VISKCK KNIGHTS OK PYTHIAS OF P Tteg ular Conventions every Monday evening At p in Custle Kali Kits Club building SoJourninc Knichts cordially invited to ftttend PHIL KLIPPLE a a W M K of U A S the Order are cordially invited to attend K KKHRA1AN a a W K of R S YRTLE LODSfi KO J K of P Kcgulur Conventions every Tuesday evening at p Hall IClks Club building Sojourn J L of R A 5 COURTKIDE OF UTAH NO 7357 Mceti on the first third Wednesday ot each month at Emporium ViiHing Erothen C H SPKKCKK F P O PATRIOTIC OTIUKE SONS OF AMERICA WushiuRton Camp No 2 V O S of A meets every Friday evening nt in Terapta o Honor llall cor Main und 1st South So jouruing are cordiallv invited to attend WM Pr A S BXBKZTT Rcoordinc Secretary MASONS UTAH COMMANDERYTNO 1 K5IGHTS TEMPLAR Stated Conclaves held at Ma sonic Hall on tile first Thursday of each month at 7 oclock Visiting Sir Knighti are courteously Invited to rttend A M GBANT K C ASATCH LODGE NO i A F A M Regular Communications held at the iconic Hull the sccoud Friday of oach month Members ol sister Lodges and sojourning brethren J MALSH Secretary A RGENTA LODGE NO 3 A F A A M AStaled 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