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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                fl DECEMBER 10 A LONDON SO AND THE BATTLE AT BOISE GUY mast for her dead commander Fetor Lyall a young Scotchman whoso body lies many fathoms deep off the bleak and rugged Shetland The Lascar mur dered him on October lltb the first anniver sary of the captains marriage in Brooklyn to a comely young Scotch woman who lio Kan the voyage to Calcutta with him in their honeymoon and came back on iho ship a Tromembcrfl ot the Produce Exchange Captain Lawrence Garrick and James ft Burr friends of the young couple went down the bay on the tug Mutual in tho snow storm to meet the giant ship prepared to congratulate tho happiest pair of voy aeers that ever crowed a wintry sea Iho ciiaign at half mast gave them a warning and Mrs Lyall who was standing inL tho cabin door greeted them tears They shortly learned pf tho brutal murder of the captain and his subsequent burial in the ocean off tho Shetland Islands AL Farmer Murdered OATmrAdE Dec was received here today of tho murder of A E McOall formerly a prominent citizen of this place by Sobron Marquis at Dayton Wash Tho two men wore neighbors and McCall loaned Sobron eorne straw Sebron took ad vantagw of Modulis klndnesH and carried away more straw than he could afford When McCall expostulated Sebron shot him killing him Instantly Sebron then MURDERED AND MUTILATED THKHOKItlBLKFATJB O1T A GUATE MALAN CAPITALIST Bow the Senatorial Situation Stands at Present Financial Editcr Bid C6ndnct LONDON Dec iho trial action for damages brought Hurry Marksrpro prtetor of ajitnst TV THREE SENATORS MAY BE ELECTED The Boodle Stories Arc All Governors Message Words for Dnbois by Speaker Reed and Other Congressmen to Hl5 TJestroctJon by Stubbed to Doetth and His Body In a Trunk Nmv YOIIK Dec 0 fTnrnOTnc Dispatch Ifranotaco Chronicle From tho corespondent of tho Star at Guatemala par ticulars are received of a murder Htory that containsall the features of the famous Eyraod onso One of tho best known resi dents of the Central American capital for years had been a retired Spanish banker named Carlos Santlbanx Ho was a man of considerable wealth and had so many ooooa trlo traits that ho grew to bo one of the recognized characters of tho place One of tho most striking Of his peculiarities was a mania for always carrying a largo amount of money and valuable jewelry on his per son No matter whore ho went hj pockets wore always wtutred with a smallsized November 121 h tho Spaniard suddenly disappeared Ho had boon murdered for his money us hafl been so often prophesied und in a most shocking manner Ihe first Inkling of tho truth eamo on fchO morning ol the IDLh when a Cuban llvlngon thooutskirts of Guatemala offered to soil avety handsome topaz ring to a man Oardcnu who had been an Intimate friend of Suntlbanac iho fripnd tho ring ac once as having formed one of tho moat valuable articles In Spanish bankers collection oC jewels und as the Cuban offered to soil tho gom for loss than onefourth of Us true value Curclotias siiHpIclons wore instantly aroused liy filling tho follow with liquor ho learned tho following horrible Htory On Iho night of November 12th jv woman called at residence and on some pretext enticed him away to a house in Crito Lane a notorious thoroughfare In this house three assassins lay In wait and almost us soon as tho Spaniard crossed tho threshold tho Cuban and his two accomplices lumped on their victim Ono choked him to prevent my outory while tho others stabbed him to death The woman stood by while the murderers finished their work and when tho banker sank to tho floor a corpse all tho conspira tors pounced on his hody to secure tho val uables Nearly 85000 In cash and a largo number of valuable jewels were found in his pockets Tho problem as to how tho body should be disposed of was quickly solved With a big butcher knife tho body was hacked into three pieces and packed in a trunk This trunk was shipped out of the city next day where the Cuban said ho did not know but ho thought that It was probably sout to tho coast and outof tho country on one of the American vessels Tho polleo found evi dence to corroborate the tale and are now searching for tho body and tho Cuban s no corn p I lops FULLERS Anxious for nii Opportunity to Pruve Her innocence ITuiuONW Dispatch Francisco Chronicle All doubt was removed today as to whether Mrn tlzilollastlngs fuller would tloJondtho suit f orubfiolu to divorce stated by hor husband Fuller It hi In this suit that ohtugfcs have boon made which have piucod Judge Leicester Uolmo on his motole Mrs FnUor on from California to defend hor good name and since 1st she has been P topping quietly at tbo lufth Avenue Hotel Tbls fact was not known to oxJudgo Holme when ho petitioned the court to au opportunity to disprove tho charges macU against hlmsoU application made to tho Supreme Court for the appointment of litem fU sho in law an infjint she characterized the chargesas false In ovory particular Those arc tho things sho poUtlonor denies that sho ever committed with tho said Leicester Uolmo or with any ono and she alleeos that tho allegations in said complaint to that effect aro unqualifiedly false and untrue and sho is very anxious to have this notion brought to immodlato trial so that Bho oan moot und answer said allegations GOLU FOB NEW YORK Three Million Dollars to Be Shipped From Itondoa This Week ud gold for N Y LONOON Dov to the amount of was withdrawn from the Bank of England today lor shipment to Bahia and for shipment to New York Tho Krow In its aiticlo says another million million pounds in gold will to sent to Now York It repeats that Paris Berlin and in a minor depreo Amster dam ought to recognize their responsibility In this matter It urges Berlin bankers to send gold to America and points out that such action la colled for as much In tho in terests of Gorman investors as to prevent tho difficulties Iii Now York becoming ovor Tho withdrawals of specie from tho Bank of England for shipment to Now York con sisted of American gold which was sold by th9 bank to the Tho prospect of further amounts being sent to Now Yorkhas bad theeffect of hardening tho rates of NEW YOKK Dec in gold will startTor New York from Europe this week This will tend very strongly to relievo the money stringency In this coun try the extent of which was shown today money advanced to M percent and in terest for no apparent cause except Hear on tho part of capitalists BOISE CITY Idaho Dec to little business was trans acted In cither house of tho Legislature to day The Senate elected tho caucus nomi nations throughout Gray of Ada bolted the caucus nomination and nominated an other candidate for an inferior position but tho caucus nominee was elected Much Indignation Is manifested at the disposition to bolt the work of the Tho exper iment will hardly bo repeated It Is said that Salisbury from Salt Lake Is hero managing Judge Olagetts Senatorial fight Dubois has his forces well In hand More than double the number of votes are pledged to him than to any other candidate Ills friends arc acting with discretion ana creating no bitter fooling on tho part of the friends of other candidates It Is almost certain now that three Sena tors will bo elected by this Legislature It is possible therefore to accommodate North Idaho with a Senator Tho campaign of Governor Is strengthning His friends confidently coUnbon his election There will bo no left to rend tho Republican party over the Senatorial fight The candidates are too loyal to party to allow oven a personal defeat to embitter them They will hold to tho majority woll as expressed by the Legislature AU matters will bo arrantoa satisfactorily by tho leaders and all dillur oncos sotUod In tho ranksof the party Ihe indications now point to a peaceable solu tion of the Senatorial squabble Tho cry of boodle raised by some alarmist Senatorial newspapers is tho mures t bosh So far as Is possible to ascertain nobody has attempted to boodle Governor Shoup sent wordtoaay to tno respective Houses that ho would bo ready lo transmit his message tomorrow at cloven Tho message will to each House and road by the Is thought that a ballot for Senators may1 be had to morrow afternoon as arc anxious to have the Senatorialmatter settled It being impossible to transact any other business till this out of tho wiiVt f The commercial convention mot hero to day with representatives from all sections of tho State A largo audionuo of business men mot at OddFollows evening address ofwelcome was made by Major Huston It was ably responded to by Jones of IJlngham LioutenautGovornor and others Practical topics will bo dis cussed tomorrow Tho members tho convention aro highly pleased with the re ception given them by tho people OL Boise JDUBOIS SHOULD BE RETURNED Many Prominent Congressmen Want to Sco Him Elected Senator WASIIINOTOX Hoc to Tnm Interest Is manifested In Gon jross over the Idaho election and there aro nany earnest expressions of hope among Senators and Representatives that Dubois shall bo returned as tho first Senator from he new State I have scon during the past twentyfour hours nearly fifty Cougress all 01 whom refuse to bollovo that there can bo anydoubt of Dubolss election tpoakor Rood said on Saturday to friend surely cannot bo any question of hibolss election Why he made tho State of Idaho 1 confess that It was largely his personal influence over mo that resolved my iloubts In favor of tho Oullom IMatt Paddock and Stewart all expressed themselves In similar jnator Platt said Dubois didmore for Idaho Statehood than any Senator Oullom they certainly cant boat Fred was the biggest brainiest brightest dolpguto sluco the time of Lewis Oass IdahoIs reward him for his splctulld labors Senator Paddock Temorked Idaho dontSond Bubo us hxs Senator I shall almost regret It would bo the high I Congressman all L ouasay when interviewed Sivtiurday It is surprising what an kopublloans take in I Have had two score of lioproSbntatives ex press anxiety about eJocHo is certainly very popular ceived no advices from interest you Butterficld an American company promoter who Marks charges libeled hlnvby issuing a stealing jewelry and monies from pel widow of of the New Jewish Tlrtfcs wascontinued today v Mrs yesterday as intimate relatlonsthat existed between herself today she was sub jected to She signer receiptsfor moneys without nature of the documents She was probably drunk when them Marks used to make her drunk Sho signed a bill of sale of the paper to Marks but received no money lor it jhe might have signed a denial of the charge that Marks had robbed her but she never heard of it Soon after becoming ac quainted wlfli her Marks got her to sign a power of attorney Sho did not then know what that meant She was then on aiTco tlonato terms with him They lived to gether as man and wlfo and sho was ready to sign anything for him Mr Burch In tho employ of ButterfleM s solicitor proved a copy of a warrant show inthat Marks had had Mrs Ivoppel ar rested in New York as a lunatic and papers showing her release and subsequent action aainst Marks The case is excltlag much interest owing to Markss position and his rapid financial success Ho is a member ol tho London County Council and expects to stand as a Tory candidate for a seat inthe Commons No Use for tlie Clearing House NFAV Yoiuc Dec first stop Isap parently taken looking to tho retirement of trust companies from tho Clearing House Tho Farmers Loan and Trust Company issued a circular announcing that the com pauv has determined to discontinue having its checks passed through the Now York Clearing House frgm January 1st President Kalston said Wo have no need of a Clear ing House We dont do a banking business Wo wore never a member nf the Clearing House but let our chocks go through Now we stop That Is a 11there is Wells Fargo Co alsoannounced1that they discontinued making clearances through tho banks on December 1st General MADISON 0 Glnty of Chlppewa Palls marshal for the Eastern District of Wisconsin and knowu editor and1 politician died today after a severe Tho U T Nirvv YOIIK Dec Sidney Dillon of the Union Pacific today issued an ofllcinl order sotting forth that by consent and direction of tho executive committee S IT H Clark 3s until further orders pointed general manager in place of W K Holcomb resigned All departments of the company arc subject to tho appointment Mr Clark issued au order appointing Hoi comb assistant general manager of tho Union Pacific Railway controlled and operated lines with headquarters at Omaha It is understood that Mr Clark will soon be elected vicepresident j A ManiaforKilling CHICAGO Dec special from Wash ington says Edward S Miller who ever since the assassination of President Gar flold has given tho authorities noyance was locked up last night and will probably bo placed an Jnsane asylum After tho death of he was demented for a time c had a mission to kill PresidentArthur Friends senthImaway however JJecontlyi it is stated his mind and homade a threat iiarrf iIson and Secretary finally th6 officials found It necessary to lock him Peculiar To Itself in many important particulars HoodI fiarsaparllla is difforent from and superior to any other moilloinc Peculiar In combination proportion nntl prep aration of Ingredients Hoods Sarsapsvrilla pos acsses the full curative value of the tost Itnown remedies ol tho vegetable kingdom Peculiar In its medicinal Sarsapa tilla accomplishes cures hitherto unknown Peculiar in strength and Sar saparilla is tho only mcdlcluo of which can truly 100 dosos ono Medicines in larger and smaller bottles require larger doses and do not produce as good results as Hoods Sarsnparilla Peculiar in its good namo at liomo is more of Hoods Sarsaparilla soldin Lowell where It is made than of all other blood purifiers Peculiar it Its phenomenal record of sales abroad no other preparation has over attained such popularity In so short a time Do not bo in ducod to take any other preparation Jo sure to get Hoods Sarsaparilla Sold by all druggists 01 sbcforgS Proparedonly by C J HOOD Apothecaries Lowell Mass Doses One Dollar Both the method results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant anf refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses tern effectually dispels colds head aches and feyei3 and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all ana have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist whc may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do hot accept any substitute CALIFORNIA SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK The Famous Boston Monday Lecturer Will Give His Now Lecture Signs of the Times in the New West With Prelude on PRESIDENT HARRISON and tho MORMON MANIFESTO IN THE SALT LAKE THEATER CIIAS S BORTON TUESDAY AWD IW Q ft JA WEDNESDAY U X iU Tho Rclpning Pnvoritos Goodyear ElM Schillings First Presbyterian Chnreh THURSDAYEVENING DECEMBER lltb at 8 oclock For sale at Pursonss Book Tickets DO cents store Thursday Utah Cracker Factory the Celebrated Silver Brand of FINE Salt Lako City Utah coods are sold by Z C M L Rcminpton Johnson S PiTeasdcl Cua nluctou Jc Baruus t Davis Clark Kldndga A Co G F Culmer Suit Lake City L JSoowcroft Sous G Tolipw Rich W Ivav Oiiden Utah He ro will And Hoyal Court First Part JOHN ELITCH Proprietor CIIAS E SCHILLING Manager NEW IN TEE Now Costumes Now Scenery poous and Draporios for tlio Groat IMrst Pnrt i Comedians as Montn Cristo Testers Vocalist as Guy Cavaliers Musicians as Monto Cristo Fishermen Tho Onlv Original Charlns W Goodyear ThoDniquc Artist Charles 33 isdhillinp Tho Negro Delirieator Geo H Ldwards and Rastus Brothers Mason and Titus Jlentloy IJrothers THE SOUTKEB1J V And ahost of others The Modern Hotel of HOUSE IjOST IN CENTRAL ASIA Groat Anxiety Concerning tho Fate Jtussiun Explorers PAIUS Deo Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle The greatest fwirs aro entertained for the safety of tho Russian expedition which sot in March 1SSO to continue explorations of Thibet and if possible to roueh Lassa It will bo remembered that tho expedition was headed by General Projevalsky It was woll organized and its distinguished leaders had high hopes that with his splendid equip ment and his long experience in Central Asia exploration ho would bo able at least to roach Lasoa and cornplcto tho exploration of the Easlorn District of While ho was still in llussian to cross into the Chinese possessions he was suddenly taken 111 and in a few days the oireer of tho greatest explorer of Central Asia of this century was brought to au uu tlmoly end It was determined however that this ir reparable loss should not defeat tho purpose of tho expedition It was placed in charge of Colonel Pevtsov Most of Prejevalskys comrades remained with the party Tho expedition was to go on at tho personal cost of tho Emperor Foe months however not a single scrap ofinformatlon has been re ceived about the and friends of the mlsslnjr explorers have nearly jriren up all hopes of hearing that they are alivo and It that tho entire party Russians has pcrishod liavo fallen vic tlms to the hostilities of tho Thibetans or have perished from coldand wanton the lofty plateaus of Thibet or on some jroat mountain slopes It is understood that tho Russian Government will immediately send a party out to see if any traces can Tjofoimd of the missing explorers GROVER NOMINATES HIMSELF Salo of seatsbegins Sth Usual SALT THEATER Cleveland Says He Will Siiroly Be a Candidate 18012 MINXEAPOIJS Doc A special from Sioux Falls S Leslie Thompson ono of the wheel horses of South bakotu De mociacy has juso returned Jrdm Now York whoro ho hud un intoiyiew with exProsi doat Grover Olovolaud said he would surely bo the Presidential candidate In 3892 and wanted bis South Dakota friends to stick by him Russian Sensation ST PKTEwariuKa leo now on trial for conneptioh witlr jilhlUfttlej con spiracles a niece of Privy Councillor IK insky director of holy Her nanie is Olga Tyanosky closfustical aro start ling dovclopnienta are expected gv jYlondau December 15 For tho iUnnoflt oJ1 tho Orphans Homo and Day Nursery Association Reception Committee Gov A L Thomas Hon Gco M Scott FrodH Anerbaoh Mrs Hanauer Col nnd Mrs Parke Mr and Mrs Geo A Airs T G Wob Lowe Lyman Mr and Mrs F E Mo Mr andMrs r Jon Mrs T R Jones Mr and Mrs S W Eo Cupt and Mrs Richards clcs Floor Managers D Murray C W Pavev H M Wolls J M Znnc J Hoy wood W Almy J Oborndorlcr A F Holden Supper Committee Mrs Win Jennings Mrs F Dyer Mrs J C Conklin Mrs Margaret Mrs J Groasbeote Mrs L Cohn Mrs C 0 Kins Mrs F Iobbs GKAND MARCH AT 9 OCLOCK OLSKNS BAND TICKETS Admitting fientlemai and Ladies Tickets g Spectators Tickeb to Gallery 50e CHILDRENS AFTERKOW PARTY DANCING FROM TO 6 Floor Managers Prof Cummings Committee Miss Emma McCornick Miss Graoo AVallftCfl Miss Minnio Kimball Miss Lucille M iss Mary Miss SpraRue Miss Cohn Miss Lucille Young Caine A Ransohoff Harry Shearman Wm Cobb Murray Smodloy TICKETS S85c for All No goneral inviUtionn but the pub lib generally aro invited in the business center itrf tho City and has all and otuVninE to a Strictly Firitclass House las well Hotifl in tho West and U THE Businessand Tourist Hotel of Sait ty Passenger elpyator v The Walker House MM Are the two Leading Hotels of City a B EBB Proprietor THE CONTINENTAL THS Family and TouristHotel ol the City Komodeled Refurnished Strictly FirstClass Largo and Light Sampln Roofns 1 Q 8 THE ONLY ABSOLUTELY HOTEL IN SALT LAKE CITY STEAM NO EXTKA CHARGE OF ALASKA LONDON DYED SEAL SKIH JACKETS REEFERS SACQUES Ulsters in Stock and Made to Order Fur Capes in Beaver Seal Otter Perstaner Monkey Astrakan Mink and Fancy Furs THE NRXT 15 DAYB Bons Collars and Muffs In all kinds pfWnr Childrens Setts Caps Gloves Collars iind Cuffs Trimmings Kepnirinp altering lining trim mine and all kinds of tfur Work done by an ex perienced Furrier KOBLE WOOD The Hatters and Furriers NO 153 MAIN STRKET HE VALLEY HOUSE Tkitriii ALT LAKE CITY Deb Of the Amerjcatf of irectors stockholders pay dbclarutlbn tlie only 7 o CifericKflffice t TII i TO CBIBT yXTOBlTl to pur day and hvrge Special rates to Weekly board a CARTER A CROUCH AMERICAN NEWHOUSE HOTEL FUBNITUEE WKST 8ECOKD SOUTH 8TBKET StrMt Cars from D A B Q W depot the rtTRATES 11 00 and tl SO per day WM board and room t6 to W per week MfiS McCOEMICK ProprWtor THE COSMOPOLITAN Prove Utah W SA PITT Proprietor WE OFFER A GRAND REDUCTION OP i CENT DISCOUNT ON EVERY JTIIOM OUR IMMENSE STOCI In ICffect M899 EAST BOUNP TRAINS No 2 Allan tio Mail FrSOa m ra in in p in No 4 Atlantic Etprats m u in p m p ra in a m a m a m ra a m a m NO a r Pacific Express p m p m p m m p m m p ni m m a a m m LAKE Leuve Salt Lake at and a 445 p in Returning arrive at bait Lake at a rrivcSalt 0we Salt Arrive Pro Vrrlve Green Green River Vrrivc Gvand p m rjeave Grand Vrrivc Puoblo t U G Vrrive Denver R G iVrrive Colo M Vrrivo Denver Colo Mid m WEST BOUKD TRAILS No I Piicillo Mail Leave Denver Colo Mid si in cuve Colo Springs C p in jcavc Denver Leave p m Vrrivc Grand a m a m Arrive River jcjiveGreen a m 111 3 Arrive p in cave Salt 4 m Arrive Cgdeu KOS 75 MO 177 MAIN STREET Leave Salt a m Salt Lake AMEBltJAK POJIK rjiOVO THISTLE MT ILBXSANT Leave pV liiV arrive Gen Manaccr Gen Pass Agt Dtah Central Jos 18TT MO 36O S MAIN ST TIME CARD In Effect October 36tb 18OO Trains lenvo and arrive at Suit City and Pork City dailj as follows1 SALT LAKE CITY Train 1 leaves Eighth South ind Main St 8 00 m 8 arrives Salt Litke PARK CITY Train I arrlvea Park City 6 30pm 10 Leave Salt Lalce at Arrive Salt Lrko at Mixed train leaves Park Arrives Park City at P T No carried on freight traias KATFS Between Salt Like acaPftrkCity single Lake and Park City round trip T J MACKIKTOS J H Yoraa G P General Superintendent JOSLIN PERK I70 S MAIN STREET for Everything ui of WATCHES Silverware FaEoy Goods and Koyelties New and Elegant Line of QORHAM SILVERWASE Fancj and Table Pieces just received cirrv a line of goods that ire not carried by any other house Dont Tail to see thcny buy direct from the manufacturers and not from the jobbers saving our customers ono HOCKS BRONZES GOLD and SILVER HEADED CANES PtATED Are the finest ever displayed m the West have lately added a line cf tho celebrated ELECTRIC BAZORS AND SCISSORS With and with out cases which mako an elegant present Glre Call and See for Agents for the Patek Phillippe Co Watch SDecial attention iaid to orders bv maiL SELLS GO Wholesale and Retail Dealers tia TO OROtR AND UPWARD TO ORDER AND UPWARD G ABELS 22O West Second South Reward WE will pny tha above reward for CMC of Complaint lck or wo cannot euro wjtftWwti tbc arotttlctiy They purely and MVM tail to KSvo Bujjar Coated boxw 30 Pills 2fl cents of imSUislong The penuino mwiufaiturod fetf THE C WEiST COttPAilY Tonxfiov PBATT Co DrupBti Bolo Agents bait Laka City The Direct Through Line TO I witn con g with Through Traiw for Jxwnted Convenient to Theater and Postofllce t for Commercial Tour ieu aud Companiea t with direct cowwctloM tor ir lUonaflote Dakota f t i f t 1 or ttcketi ear mmttoM rad all u t i 313 tly on Windows Mouldings con California aud fecdwcxxi Shingles Joists Stiiddinf Boards In short every variety of On6PriG8 Store Keeps a Full Line of e win try to it to your topatronize us WASATCB Patent Roller Mills Grades of Rotter Process Flour SUOt Ottit t Proprietors W H JTUWMAK Third T M WHITMAW 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