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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                DAILY TBIBtnSTE SALT LAKE CITT UTAH SUNDAY KOEOTStG f 1CKMHKH OGODEN DEPARTMENT OwlnetoohRmrn Hmo THIS TuinuMK will fcrnnftnr he sent to its patrons In Otfdon through the early iruul which will ranch earlier than by carrier Nowndunlurs in ORdnu can tiitir packjitfRfi hy oxprfss at the or through the up TSCS COTT3T Tho oasfj of the Light Company vs Olty und camn up fur trlul oiday morning in Oin trlct Court hoforo Jiirljco Mlrur Messrs Jnfld and Sutherland of Salt Lakes City and II Ilciulorsoii for Uifs find Masrs HrnlMi Smith and May wood appfarod for thft defendants The factH evolved are Tho Corn rnon Council months sign granted a contract tx Citizens Company to light city Tins City Khx trlc Company not long filwi suit against thd of Ogrlen its Mayor Com mon Con null and I ho Elect rio Light Company In compUint It conspiracy and fraud on Mm part of tho ftmdantrt arid claimed thai at I ho llimi tho Council lot the coutracl to tin Company Mr Kioscl was iirfsiding and Mr Shilling wan also present and voted to award contract and both Mr Klesel and Mr Hhilling aro stock holdem in the Citizens Company Uie contract Is fraudulent and should ho ann n Hod and sot aside Tho argument the case consumed the day Speeches wore made hy all tho lawyers In tho oasn and authorities and worts at tirusomo The advanced wan that Council as a hody let tho contract and tho votes of kiosol and Shilling lid not control or affect tho result Ac tho conclusion Judge Minor took tho caso uridor inout OTfJKIt The following business In addition disposed of in court John f Watwn vs H 0 Tomrnefct do rmirriir to complaint arguod submitted taken nndor advisement In re application of O for the appolntmont of a guardian on mo tion by C Kranlc C Waltou was ap pointed guardian mllliiili A vs J L lorrin ref erens amondecl report accepted and judg mrnf ns before entered now reentered as of original date Miller Maglnnls Motion fiot ruffireeH report hy Miller it Maglnnis IVopIo vs Francis Clark motion for mm trial denied Twenty days tlrnwgranl in which to ropar I11 of exceptions Kinod arid cost or in dofault thirty days In Jail Defendant to overruling motion for now trial IYanlc Price et al VH City of Wollsvillo et argusd vubniittod and takon uudor VVUlard Olty vs Thomas Woodland mo tion for now trial dfsniod If J KUsol Co vs T O Wilmordlng cb on motion of Judgo Sutherland granted jndginunl cane dis Hong flllng vs National Phcmiix and Scottish Insurance ooinpunles motion for rusvf trial overruled Grand jury carno Into court and roportod two IndlotriKints undor TurrlLorial laws lluitod Statort vs Jjitnos and Lona But cano arraigned and pleaded guilty to tho chargoof unlawful cohabitation Cast sot for sontonoo Oooombor rlrtvlllo to Plain City a distance of four nil I os Mr George W Warrcl a well known young Tnm diod Friday night at II oclock of typhoid fovcr He had boon sick for a month His brother In New York was fiod and loft for Ogdon at once He will roach hero today Ilio remains will prob ably bo shipped Kast for In torment KTJIfDAY SSHVICE3 PIIKSUYTKKIAN ng at 11 it Sunday school Young Profiles meeting p and evening service p in Hov lifViicii JFTUK Cooi Grant and Twentyfourtli street Rev S Unswortli rector Litany sermon and holy communion II a Sunday school 3 p evonlng prayer and sermon McKrnloy will prtiaoh morning and o von ing instead of Rev Li buy Other services as usual Remarkable ROHCQO Mrs Miohnul Curtain Ilaintlild thf which on she trciiUid for a njonth hy hr fumily physician but gnrw worsn He told her she WHS mrtim of coiimtinplitm that no mtilicind curn her Her druggist sug Dr Kinds Xow for CcnHiimp tion KJ bought it hotilii to linr delight foniil herself hfiricnttid from tirt dosn Shu continued its imd taking ten bnttlus frnind herself sound nod wnll now hor own hfitiKtiwiFik and is us well us Kim way Freo trial bottlos of ihis CJrftut Jjiscovcry at A C Smith H drug store largo bottles WJc and THE SCHOOLS AT PAYSOK THE PAST WEEK AT THE PAM und warrants ordered drawn for the several Verification of the JCntting of Vein in Mliaiice Tunnel the A PBOM PEOVO THE DALY MIMES NEW BOARDING HOUSE The Montreal Will Be Worked Dur ing the Meeting Four More Cohafos ment and Personal Council TJTK CO RRKSPONDKNT CJLOSKS JUS ItOUND QIC THKftl Much to Be Good licaultH Jroin Mission Ntuku Academic 1romlso Only A LIBHAKT A special proKramme will bo In tho Grand Opera Ilouso on January I 1HOJ to raise funds to establlflh a public library for the City of Gjtdon A drill will be given by a picked dozen of the cadets of tho Military Aca demy Tho boys have been preparing with preat asHlduity for some time and expect to rival tho Louisiana Rlllos on that occasion in the beauty of their discipline A tinu musical programme will be a part of tho at traction Mrs V M 0 Sllvn will fllnp as will Mr Martin flohonck of New York City Profes sor H 8 KrouKO Miss Alice K Calkins Miss Nina Loyotto Mr Htirleixh and other mu sical talent Will take part Mr C C liichardH Will make an address on A Public Reading Room Mayor t J Ktesel will provide Mr W N and Mr Joseph S Perry will deliver addresses This eniorprlao In energetic bauds and will doubtless nueceed THE WKOJTO MA3ST An attempt was made Friday nlpht to hold up Haroomho tho wellknown clothier He was walking hotmi ad 11 oolock out Miidlson struct When ho reached the rnlddlo of tho square between Twentydfth and Twontynlxth n man sud denly Hpranff upon him from behind a tree and commanded him to throw up his hands Tie did throw thorn up bun one of them was grasping a sixshooter When tho thug saw himself covered ho quietly remarked that he Ruossod ho had taoklod the wrong man Mr Harcombo said ho guessed so too and he marched the footpad toward tho Jail As bo was walking along Twentyfifth street he stumbled ovor some loose boards at tho mouth of an alloy Ho fell and the thug aoolng tho mishap took to his heels and got away Mr tluroombe did not tiro at KEAI JJ3TAT1 TBAJTBPJEBS Following aro tho real estate transfers for Deo tf ISfld D li Own to A A DofinrTmrt of lot f9 pint J M part of lniT block JO South Ogdou A C Kisk ivnd wifn to F J Cannon purt of sotttiori 4 township n north F to 11 A Hand 12 2 Nolscn T J Woodruff and wife to T 1 Orivir lot blotUS A U UobsiMi oi l Hiisst1 of lot block 1 South W G Child nnd to Kusse of lot 10 block 10 South K A Od lo T C Wilson lotsU und Ifi Mountam Vitiw K A Rifd to I and block MoiiiiUiii N Shilling anil WHO to James Cnssin jMvrt of lot 0 block IS pint C K Tuvlnr to luines Unssiu part of lot tt block 48 pint S Holrius toC H MoKarlnml pnrtofsfo tien township 6 north ranyn A McliuliHKl id O H McKnrlawl pivrt of jsictidtiiO township ft rnnsjo A McKnrlaud to C U part of section at township t north runp1 2 T L UjLSirniinr atul wifo to II 1 Uiumy lots 7 und P block IJ plat E 1 and wife u T Sclmnson buch part of lot M block plat J Taylor and wifo to 0 U Olensmi part of secMon 5 township t 270 350 ICO 350 025 Total THE PEKMITS Thohulldinc pormlts for the week finding Peoemher i 1SUO tiro ns Deo Rrauson onestory residence block 3 South Iark ad dition 700 J 1 Smyth onoamloiuvhnlfsiory brick rosidtMief wpstsuloof G Child one story frame school build northeast corner Childs itvtmue ami 050 COO 700 400 200 S frninc doncf north of Triioy st D S Tracy onestory frame north siilo of Tracy M Austin onestory fniine eust sido o E R Cropsoy onpstory frnnto cast fide of Ucc Brandborg onostory frame barn south side of Mrs Wm Siudor onostory frtune rosi dnnco south sidft of 8lst Totftl POXJTTS AND Wm down from Butto Is sick with typhoid fever at Mio city hospital Mr FI H Rolapp yesterday received ft cablegram from his old home inEuropo which notified him of his fathorls death from a fall No particulars worn Klven Mr Ilohipps father was coining In the spring to make CRdon his homo The Ogclon Hot Springs Railway Com pany ycKtevciay lied a petition in the County Clerks office for a rlpfiLofway and fran chise to build two branches to its present Hue of road One branch will Five Points throutfh Harrisvillo and ilionoo to Hot Sprinps a distance of seven and one half miles The otHer will run from Hur Tho visit the schools wound up yesterday afternoon by calling it tho primary sohonl northwest part of town and of Miss Dora Daniels is tho A moat lamentable stale of affairs was found a par with the condi tions ovor at tho Northeast school Only thirtytwp enrolled and that Is only fortunate tiling connected with the school Tho tmildinn is a sub stantial vock room with tin entrance annex is laipcoand could bo made a pleasant one Tho of tin house was crowded with old rickety prirniUvn furnittiifc desks only there being nothing olsn u monotony of the dirty walks windows Taking in at a KIIIICO state of affairs tho cor rrispotidenl soon withdrew plad Lo nscane from con tact with such untoward conditions HOMK KKKMSCTIONS AND HWfifiBSTlONS In making I his visit the Payson schools and writing them up TIM TKIIUJNK corres pondent wishes it understood that no other than Llie host of feulliiKS havo prompted him II has not beou out of muro curiosity not Iind fault not to show any nor color his reports with pvejndico and un fair cilUelsin arid dull or warpod must be the mind of tho person who rends those rellcc tioris and suggestions wlio cant see in the same The educational affairs In Utah are In an anomalous condition und Payson is no ccptlnri to tho general rule Jn the first place thciro is room and a Hold of labor for sectarian schools of tho preparatory grades und this boirauso tho public1 school Is behind the times and inadequate to do justice to tln needs of tho people That a sectarian school can find support nliuws on the faco that tlioro is a groat wrong existing somewhere Just what that wrong Is Is about as well known and defined In tho minds of tho people as that mission schools exist and tho pub lic school Is an Impoverished Insti tution It may bo stated in those fuw words The administration of school affairs have been and still are sectarian and ono slded I1 ooplo who differed with tho ma jority have fought against this unfair and illiberal policy and gave welcome and sup port to tho avowedly sectarian schools The result was crippling to tho public school for from Us support has been driven tho in fluence and encouragement of some of tho best in every community In Utah Tho people generally caring little about tho real educational interests of tho town as witness their indilTeronco in Payson in allowing their litUo ones to bo cooped up In dingy dirty schoolhouses poorly el nip pud and frequently poorly disciplined have allowed tbinga to drift on as best thuy could As noted the stato of affairs de scribed have Induced the Incoming of mis sion schools which have as a rule boon better in nearly every detail than tho dis trict school They havo grown potential in Inlluouce and moans of culture to tho young and as one of tho specltio results they have mane in many oases converts to their respective ohurcboH out of tho pupils In tbolr respective schools while such a thing Is evidently not the mission of educa tional work Another objectionable phase of tho situation is that the Mormon people being forced to surrender sectarian practices In the public schools aud seeing the mission schools of the Presbyterian and Methodist churcluis doing so much for tho numerical increase of their own member ship jumped Into tho breach and liegan tho establishment of that educational hybrid the Stake Hero again sup port and influence was taken from the pub lic school and given to tho upbuilding of sectarianism tho moans of maintenance of the peoples school being lessoned and weakened thereby Whatever tho motive nas boon which has prompted this course hat the result is as mentioned oaunot be successfully controverted for what Is tho ivork accomplished by those mission schools ind socalled academics more than is done n a decent grammar grade elsewhere Nothing unless It bo the proselyting uuong tho students Of latter years however there lias boon reform and progress so that in all truthful it may bo stated that tho Utah public ichool has boon pretty nearly sooulamod The Hlblo Book of Mormon doctrine and covenants and the teachingof tho Mormon dogmas have been forced outside tho walls of the public school and the opening and closing of school with prayer Is about the only remaining semblance of sectarianism to bo seen In those institutions of the Gov ornmont and that practice should be dis continued And right hero the writer would say that so far ns tho work of tho mission schools in Utah good and hoipful as it has been It would nwomplish still greater good more lasting results to tho cause of the edu cational interests of tho Territory and tho patriotism and loyalty of tho young if tho methods of Instruction und discipline from tho opening to the closing of tho schools wore brought a littlo nearer tho Ideal of a public school should bo if only tho proselyting could bo left to tho pupil and the Sunday school To maintain that the proplo pay taxes and tuition foos to havo their children taught tho rudiments of a good education and not religion in any phase Is to hold with the opinion of nearly fivory person who patronizes tbo mission schools Why those who have secta rian schools In chatgo aro blind to this question can only bn accounted for on ac count of their religious zeal In making those observations it may bo set down in tho mind of tho reader that tho writer has no thought of antagonizing tbo church or religion The thought of making tho schoost of Utah and of Payson what they should a public institution free from religious taint a place whore the peoples children may attend nfifl bo afforded tho means of that educational culture which every grdwingup American citizen should havo is the only thought In view Citizens of Payson this is an important matter and ono you should ns parents and American free men look squarely in the face Ignore all partisan scotlonal and religious ideas and seek with unity with good will and lib erality to make the Payson public schools the bulwark of our social intellectual moral and material advancement Do Itirregard loss of creed or politics and then and not till that isdono till that kind of a spirit of tho heart and brain of Mormon Gontllo and all alike can we have that measure of pride and satisfaction in uurpublicschools which should bo exhibited by 113 PAYSON Dec 1890 Bullion shipments December 3rd 14 bars Ontario ounces The Orescent Mining Company shipped during the past week pounds of con centrates The Mining Company shipped from the Marsac mill on Friday a lot of sulphides iiecoived at Park City sampler for wo ok ending December 5th pounds of Ontario ore pounds of Woodside ore pounds of Anchor ore pounds of Anchor concentrates pounds of Mayflower jig The cutting of the vein at the Alliance tunnel has been verified by Mr N Treweok who is at orosout in the Park Tho leasers of tbo NorthlandNevada claim have a largo amount of first and second class ore on hand which will be shipped next week Tho Union concentrator is running in fine shape and the large amount of ore received from the Anchor compelled tho management to put on an extra shift during tho pas week The Silver King leasers have their shaft down about MO foot They will continue i until the f00 level is roacherl when drifting for tho vein will be commenced DAfjY HOtTSK The now Dalyboardtng house is rapidly approaching completion and it Is oxpectcc to be occunied the Hrst of tho new year At the No 2 shaft the work is being rushed so as to have the temporary build in under cover before tho severe weather set in Tho old Empire mill engine which haf beou at the lower depot for about ton years bus boon takon up and will bo placed it position HS soon as foundation is com pleted The work will bo In charge of Fore man John J udge MONTIlKAIj MINK The Montreal Company deckled to continue the work during the winter put on a force of throe shifts and the devel opment of tho property will bo pushed with the greatest vigor with every promise of a successful termination T1113 Got J NT Y COURT held a session at Ooalvllle this week and nothing but routine business was transacted J15CHET OHPHUS At a meeting of Park City Lodge No 7 O 0 hold at tbo lodge on Mon day evening the following oflicuis wore elected James K Wright N F A Bass V D If Condon secretary A Sanders treasurer I J Asehhelm trustee At a meeting of Olive Bianoh Lodge No 8 f O O held Thursday evening the following officers worn elected Gary Street N John Trotheway V W H Harris secretary Fred Grose treasurer R Hock ing trustee outlet sunrKR Tho suppers given by tho Ladles of St Lukes Guild and Methodist Church this week wero both well attended and resulted well financially A MQS HAH NTS The ball given by tho Park City Brass Band for the benefit of ono of their mem bers who has been 111 for some time was well patronized aud was tu every respect a social success Tho Hearts of Oak Company will be at tho Opera Mouse on Wednesday evening and another largo audience is anticipated ON A SIT Prosecuting Attorney W I Snyrlor and wife loft hero lust Thursday fora weeks trip to California SCHOOfj A mooting of the voters of School District No 12 will bo hold at tho public school house on Thursday evening tho 18th lust As tho rate of taxation for tbo coming year will bo fixed at this meeting it Is hoped that there will bo a largo attendance pres ent There has been considerable complain ing at tho excessive taxation of the present year and it therefore should bo the duty of every taxpayer to make his complaints at this meeting or else refrain from any further kicking The necessity of a school building Is becoming more ap parent every day and the project will prob ably be brought before tlio meeting There will also bo an election for a trustee for threo years COHA118 nAUWCD Deputy Marshals Dyor Doylo and Weber brought Iu four more cohabs today On being brought before U S Commissioner Cohen they all pleaded guilty and were hold in tho sum of SiiOO each and their plurals in tho sum of each Their names wore William McDonald James Shanks Robert Duke and John Duke aud aro all from Honor City SALT TiATCERS HERE The following Salt Lakers were in tho Park this week and wero registered at tho Park City Hotel Frederick Brind T J Mackintosh A G Dyor Thomas W K neitemciev James McGregor Prof F T Schoonovor S Stophonson D B Dobrainch James A Doyle Thomas Birney C H R Holm Isaac Huso B B Treweok TIIK CITY corrNCin held a regular meeting Wednesday night at the City Present Mayor Gregor Aldormon Lockhart Williamson Thompson McOonougb and Kimball The minutes of tho previous meeting wero read and ap proved The following bills wero presented and referred to the Committee on Claims and Accounts Park CHv Cotnpauy lire and Park City Light Heat and Com pany Kiehlor lumber 1 II Bogers in o roll find i so Kinihull livery OCoiuiell A Thompson K Klin bull coal George Hall boarding prisoners Loahy lighting lamps Pay roll streets alleys and bridges Pay roll city otllcers of tiie Utah County Court District Court The Utah County Court continued its ses sion at JO oclock this morning Among the special reports of committees was the report of Judge J D Jones and lioluaway on the expense of the Teachers Institute as follows Wo your eommittto whom w a refer red the bill of expense of holding tin1 Teachers Institute of Utah San Lete and Kmcry counties which was hold at SehotHld in July as reported by K A Wilson Superintendent of County Schools report that we have examined the same and recom mend allowance of as Utah countys part of said expense Selectmen Jones and Iloidaway reported on Hie Companys claim and recommended that report be accepted and the sum of bo allowed The reportof Selectman Lund on tho claim of Sheriff Thomas Fowler was and Lbf sum of allowed The claim of the Pun Foundry Machine Company forSKRon was allowed On motion of Selectman Jones John Clegg was appointed constable in and for P V Junction precinct Upon the motion of Reluct niun Jones Tuduy Jones and Silectinan lioldnway were appointed a committee and instructed to immediately the basement on tin1east side of the Courthouse liuishud in a suitable for ullices The Court then adjourned till Thursday December 11th time the award for the abstracting Of Utah county records will be made First District Court at Provo Court met at 10 oclock Saturday morning and resumed the testimony in the caso of R M Itogers vs Daniel Cook ot al After ar gument by counsel tho Courtgavo judgment for the and decreed Mint defendant should be restrained from interfering with the use of the onotwolfth of the waters of ditch which wore alleged to have boon abandoned QElso R Arnoldscn vs Lars Arnoldsen divorce tho case referred to W K Reid of Mantl to report findings of of law and decree Jacob Flouta vs N 11 Groesbeck by con sent of counsel the case went over for the term Emma Mower vs George Mower divorce referred fo Jacob Johnson to testimony and report to lilie Court EmmaGarliok vs divorce same order made as above C vs Nels L caso involving the waters of Silver creck Sau Poto county on t PKOVO Dec i 1800 THAT PLEDGE TO THE NORTH IDAHO MKN INSIST THAT IT MUST JJSC EAIltLV KJBtT It Is TJindinRr and Was Made for a No Party Cannot Now Ignore It Honor one who has watched closely tho Senatorial contestin the State of Idaho and who knows some thing of the feeling of tho people in what is known as tho Panhandle on this subject to olTor a few suggestions aud correct that which tends to mislead I am that your journal circulates largely in tha southern part of this State that It has wrought good here and that it has filled a place in battling for loyalty and every good interest which paper can ill And houce F know your desire Is that tbo first Legislature of the State slinll doits whole duty that the large Kcpuuli cui majority which tho people saw tit to place there shall be called to account for nothing which savors of corruption or takes tho shape of a broken pledge Three months ago in tho Republican State Convention tho following was pre sented as n minority committee report and adopted by a vote of 61 to HU Jtesolvcd Thut it is the sunsq of this that justice to all parts of the State requires that onn of Uiiikd States bo elected by Uio Hrst Legislature of Idaho shall be a resident of Northern Idaho By unanimous vote of the convention that resolution was made a part of the plat form Ono delegate aslcod to be excused from voting for tho reason that bo had al teady boon nominated for the1 Legislature Two or threo more madethe same request aud they wero excused Others who wero also nominees for Legislature voted on the proposition 1C the excusing of these Legislative nominees at their special re quest cuts any figure all in tho case it must bo borne in mind that few counties I believe but three had held their conven tions and nominated Legislative candidates up to that time The pledge is plain It Is part of the promise given to tho people given because tho situation at the time de manded it given as an act of justice as well as to influence iho votes of tho people Should the promisebe kept Will tho question adroit of argument 1iatlior study the problem Can any party afford to vio late a sacred promise which was heralded to every voter and used as a special argument by every Republican newspaper every orator every politician and every enthusiastic voter to gain party strength Tho Idaho havelearned from experience that the Republican partyis one its promises They have every reason to trust it To juggle construc tion of that plank of tho platform or play upon its wording is disgusting to those most nierested The fact stands out boldly than no public journal no public speaker In daho over questioned during tho campaign that It was givenin all sincerity No man familiar with the political com plexion of Idaho will claim that there are niorti Republicans than Democrats in tho State Thai handsome majority was tho Republican party lib is year be cause it had kept every promise Any man of ordinary acquaintance can name a score or more of Democrats who voted the Repuh ican ticket because of bcneQcal legis ation i promised and given This county sast the largest vote in the State I do not iesitato to say from a know edge of the situation that the granting of that which the Republican arty promised aud that alone accounts or the election of six Republican members of tho Legislature I speak as a staunch Republican not a bolter or one who von Id lose confidence in the party which ias accomplished so great good even if in this caso it did go wrong but I cite these 00 facts to show how easily wrong doing would At last I cjun oiitiv without Us distressing the gnifcfnl exclama tion of ono whoso appotito hsul been restored hy tho usoof Ayor6 Sfirsannrilhi nfior yours of dys peptic misocy A tenspoonful of this extruot be fore each moal sharpens Tho monthly reports of thecity officers for November were read and referred to the Finance Committee The Treasurers report showe d a balance in his hands amounting A petition from C V Jenkins and others was received asking that the sidewalk on Park avenue ho extended toa place opposite the Utah Central A petition was received from G W Curtis asking that an electric street light bo placed on Woodside avenue and Sixth street Both petitions were referred to Committee ou Streets Al leys and Bridges with power to act A petition and affidavit from Mrs Eliza Nelson claiming ownership in the ground thrpugh which the city recently cue a high way to the new cemetery was presented and refevrocl to the City Attorney The Committee on Streets Alleys and Bridges and H Rpdgers the arbitra tor to adjust the difference Between thecity and Mr D F Ceudon a portion of his property required to extend Woodsido av enue reixvted they could come to no agree ment On motion porb was received and the City Attorney in structed to commence condemnation pro ceedings ah once Marshal Bennett reported that tho term of Policeman Miildoon had expired On Marshal Mr Muidoon onHbe force and tliat his bond be renewed The Finance Committee reported favor iiblyon ofcity officers stml on motion the report was reeeived jind filed The Committee on Claims and Accounts reported fnvotably on all bills presented to them and wnsreceived lose State to the That resolution was a necessity Ir WHS a wellknown fact that the Democracy pro posed to give the promise They did it la ter Such a promise from iliein without the same from the Republicans would have campaign I assure you strong tho Northern counties However much we may oppose bringing Senatorial contests into State con ventions the fact remains that in the minds of sixtyotic delegates it was neces sary to bring it into that convention Tt was considered a party necessity make that promise It is tenfold as uecessary to faithfully keep it I am not surprised to see a communication in your paper from one of the northern counties the tenor of which Is to convince your readers that Northern Iduho people are not particularly desirous of having a Senator or concerned about the fulfillment of the party pledge lean find a fewmen here who would regret to see any of prominent Northern Idaho candidates senr to Senate For every one of thesethere are hundreds who wish to see the pledge kept Enough is said on this phase of the question when it is remembered1 that every delegate from the northern for and every member frooi the north will insist upon its keeping Individual1aspirations must tp party The situation at 1 eaves but one Jibnprable course is the strict fulfillment of the partypledge in the United States Senator from No11 tiei n There is danger to the patty as well as dishonesty n any other couise J L DUJSN WALLACE Ida Cover that spot on bead by using Bhookum ftroWfir t After transacting some further routine business tho Council adjourned JOSEIHCS PARK CITY Dec fi 1SOO Tte A WOUDERrni GOLD SiEtyThonsanaDollar Oold ond District Court EDITOR Judge Andersons court here the followlug business was trans acted yesterday 1 llyrum Barton indicted for assault and battery was arraigned pleaded uot guilty J B Smithson for obstructing an officer arraigned and pleaded not guilty Charles K Harris and J II Whitlock in dicted jointly for the grand larceny of fifty slaep were arraigned and pleaded not guilty Ehenezar Tanner was arraigned on an in dictment cluirgins him with committing a nuisance and pleaded not guilty demurrer to ihe same was argued and overruled IVopie vs A W Mowroy demurrer over rulnd and a plea of not guilty entered The grand jury is still iu session Ithas been into court three times to present bills A wnxnKRFtTt KM Henry Ressor a minor from camo into Beaver yesterday and reported that a wonderful gold miiif had just been discovered at tho head of Bullion canon Tho eiaim was discovered and lo 1aied by llyrum Dal ion and i not her and Kecsor describes i he claim ho saw it is being ajodgeof docompoud qiiiUtz about six feet wide containing free gold About six feet of i be croppinirs has been removed all of wbich contains gold sprinkled through i in and shapes of a pea A sample of the rock was taken Toni Korgusons is sayer which assayed to the ton Tbo vein his every appearance of pernianoncy The report has already caused considerable excitement and if snow is not too deep to prospect there will douhUess be a rush into that section Ono pan of loose dirt from tho vriu yielded SiW in gold C Utah Dec o 1SDO Arc Always liable to sudden and severe coldg lo croup sore throat lung fever eic Keincdies to be effective must bo Kdniin istorcd witliouc Uelay iNothing is better aihiptod for such emergencies than Ayors Cherry It sootluvs inllained meinhnuio promotes expectoration relieves aul imiuces sleep The uso of this medieiiiii bas saved innumerable lives both of young ami old One of my children had croup The easo atiemled by our physician and was suiv to bo well undor control Ono nijlit 1 was startled by the childs hard bretUiiiig and on going to it found it It had nearly oonsed to breathe lhat tlie eliiMs alanninp ooiidition had be oome possible in sinkoLthe modieine it had taken I Jvnsoued that such ivmedies he of no avail Ilavinc a part of a bottle of Ayers Cherry Fort oral in the house gave the child tlnvo dosos at sliort intorvals and anxiously waiiei resulUs From Uie moinont Pectoral was Riven the childs breathing Frew iid in a short time it was sieoj ini jnietly and broathinit naturally The child is alive and well today and 1 do not heshae to say thru Ayors berry Pectonl saved its C J WooUiridge Texas colds oonjrhs bronchitis the early suites of eousutDjiLion Uiku WESTERN CURSEBTTTIME TABLE lu Kflect November 15 1S9O Leave Anivo Salt Lake EAST TRAINS No 2 Mai m PSOo m au j Arnvi PKEPAUKD 13S J C AYEB Mass Sold by all Druggists Price BIZ lluelvlenH Armcii Salve The in thworld for Cuts Soros Salt Rhoum 1Vver Chilblains Corns and Sum Krupiions ami positively cures Piles or no pay rtiquirfid It is guiirnnttid to give purfoot satis faction or nujiiiy Jrico coiils per I bos For sale by A C Smith Co SITTING MESSIAH SOSTG Translated by Copyright by S We an1 the who fiav Well kill Urn nml Uirir steer Well collar Miles and slit his dont earn Thoy us Indians stay lun So i jiih from to year whoop it up till Christ appears jiinral Urnokes upon i polo And scalp the soldiers every soul Well bodies in tin cold semi thoir snirils to shcol Well skin MMyoung siiui burn the old ya by yi ho yo Inth Hy yo huh he ya ho Ena cna yo yji ho Well dnnco ami snip till ninetyone Kor thats tho timewhon Christ will como And call our all back home Well iuico imisic of our drum by GforgfWashington anil Harrison Soino well visit Fort iho soMiors like tho crass well mow Cui oil Swainos nXfl and him Tho wont have show Tho will ho slow soldiors1 blood will stain Uio suow The Chinese thon will havo to go ho yip yip i yo yo o Ill And hold my ollico in my as chief AVholl choat luduins of ovory cent Just like tho whito man whove been sent To steal our land and call it Then wo can limit or wo can plfiy Thoroll bo no white men in our way Tho rod men will hold day Tho buffalo and oik well slay For they will all coino back to Tlin sirmy wo will wipe away ho ya bull llore one of tho dancers foil exhausted which put an ond to tho words in lOnglisb known for this rofrain McGlNTV Four DCTCUUSNE Utah 4 1800 m It HO a in in 5 HO p in uroi p m Krt 4 Atlantis Kcpress p m in p m p m 11 ix m m nv in u in For if you do not it may bocomo conj sumpttvo For anistinipttOH Srrnfultt j J Mil lit if and Wasting j thoro is nothing like j Ai rivo GiviMi Greon Arrive Gniiui Urjoid p m Arrive 0 A K G m Arriv Uonver H A It C5 7MO a tu Arrive Ooo Springs M 1 m L m Arrivo Denver Mid in WEST BOUND TRAINS No i No S Pacifia Mail Loavo Denver Colo Mid a in p Springs C p m p in a m p in Leave p m p ni Arrive Grand In net liKm in p no Grand IMO a m p m Arrive Greon Kivor n in p m Leave Gnvn v in p m Arrivo in a m LeHvoi S 10 a m ArrivisSalt in Liavo in a in in LOCAL TRAINS LAKK AND OGIK3f Salt Lake it n and i m Icoturning arrive at Salt Lkke ai a p p m m Kuturmnjj Salt Lako ni AMKK1CAX FOKK PHOVO 8V Rl AM MT TLKASANT Toave Lake p Roturnhip Suit 0 D C DOPGK Gon BENNETT Gen Pass Of Pure Cod Liver Oil and HYPOPHOSPHITES J It Is almost as is milk Far j J better Unin other socalled Emulsions J A wonderful flush producer Central Railway TIME CARD In JOffect October 2 18OO ACHES PROMPTLY FiTty years of success Is sufficient evidence of the value of Schcncks Pnlmonic Syrup as euro for Consumption Coughs Colds Hoarse ness SoreThroat It contains no opium ploacant to Iho taste 1or Sale by all Druggists Price per bottle Dr Schencks Book on Consumption and its Cure mailed free Address Dr J 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are as unrtll Wii L JL W JL1 able nnd unskillful they arc un scrupulous guarunteeinc circs for SS orjoirnrinc to refund Dont be DR LIElilGS The Groat A successful Mudicine used over 30 yoarj in thouRands of caees Cures Sfermatorrhea Nervous Weakness Emissions mpotciuy and ail dimwiseu caused hv iodiscreuon or overexertion AFTER Sir packapos Cure when au others Fail Auk your Drupgisfc for KurliHb 1rencription Uxkeno substituto One Six S5 by maiE Write forPitmplilot Address Eureka CUeisiueal MIcli A C Dnisnists Salt LoikeOity IHiih AGENTS WANTED In every rinnty fr soil DAGGETTS SELFBASTING ROASTING Kooilfifl in twery Jimmy SAVES 2O Percent in Kaantinift and tlif Rrtl ntl in tho world Address fortanm JACCETT oniee Tilook Srvlt Lako City P O Tov 1010 BiK G In the leading remedy lot Gonorrhoea db The only Rate remedy for or Whi tog I yreicrtbe it and feel in rccomrnending it to all oufferers A J STOKER M DKCATUR Iii Sold Icnvo arrive at City iind Turk City rtuily follows SALT LAKJS CITY Train 1 loaves Kigbtli South iud MaiuSt 2 Arrives Snlt PARK CITY Train l nrrivoB 2 TRAINS Arrivo Salt Lake p trnin loaves Park City Park City Ko carried on freight trains PASKKWGJfilt UATKS Between Salt Lako und PnJk City tingta tri Salt Lake and Park City rcmnd T J MACJCTNTOSH J H YOUNG G F P The Direct Through Line ffn QTirt ill lu ullli All Runs TBMt throuffh and nocling with Through for KadiBon and All PolntB In CULLEN ThB Modem Hotel of Salt Lake City S C EWTSXJ Proprietor HOUSE The VValkor is located in the business center of the City and hstn all tho Modern Improvements and Conveniences talDinR to a Strictlj Pirfitclsifis House It d as well as any Hold iu thftWest iiml if THK Uusinossmnd Tourist Hotel of Lake City elevator The Walker House aM tie Metropolitan Are the two Leading Rotes of Salt Lake City j J S EKB Throng1 to St Paul with direct connoctiooji for leva and Dakota For tickets sleeping car mO Cnforraiition apply at any office or to K E KVANS General Agent Kit JED K GKJ2J2NE Trav PAW City Utah W IT Thixd VicoPrcst M WfTITMAN Gencrai Manafjer K r WILSON General IGBEK MILITARY ACAMY T1TI Itiii Family and Tourist Hotel oi the City Iieiarnisliel Strictly FirstClass Large Light Sample Rooms G 8 HOLMES VALLEY HOUSE OrroarrE TKSJPLZ LAKE CITY UTAJ Tnv TOOBTST FAVORITE Rates to pcr day Special io and board n OH AMERICAN NEW HOUSE HOTEL NEW FURNITURE WEST SECOND SOUTH STREET Street Cars from D R G W depot pass door and per dayweekly bokrd and room to per week MBS McCOJSMICK Proprietor THE COSMOPOLITAN Provo TTtah W A PITT Proprietor KIDNEY AND ALL URINARY TROUBLES quicklj and cured bv Dociita Cnpsules Severest ihus cured m seven d 13 s bold it perbox or by mail from Docuta Kfc Vnl directiona A HIGH GRADK SCHOOL prepares boys lor College Scientific Schools and AT Business Firstclass location thorough cf study Addresn tbt Stcrctary CITY UTAH THE CRY OF OM M1LLIOMS1 SOON BKOKI STOP IT NOW IT WtIL BC TOO LATC I have troubled Tuany with disease of the kidneys and tried many rccaedies and sought aki from different witfaout rel ief About the of Apnl I was suffering attack that almost prostrated roe in such a manner taat I was bent When I sat down it was almost impossible for me to get up alone or to put ou my clothes when kind Providence sent Dr Henley with OREGON KIDNEY to my 1 immediately conunenced using the tea It had an almost miraculous effect and to the astou ishraent of all the at the hotel in a few am fcappy to state that I was a new man I willr recommend the tea to all afflic as I have been G A Proprietor Occideatid Hotel Santa Cal NO MORE BACKACHE Located Convenieat to Theater Postollicc Headquarters for Commercial Tour ists and Maps BtU Oolor XalMta   

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