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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                TBIBTJSrE SATURDAY KORiraTGr DECEMBER 13 1390 Gwine to tirno THK Tjirnunc will horeaftor bn sent to its patrons In through the early mini which will rwaoh them even earlier than by currier Nowsdoalcrs in Ogden can have by ox prcHs at the or through tho pontoltlcup town THE DISTBIC3 COUBT In District Court yesterday Judge Jarnon A Minor prcBldlntf tho following cases wero disposed of Tlio Iooplo va Nick Smith on motion of J S IftinUC attorney for the an order was IsHiicd for to be found at ttit of Um The People vs Juines McLanghtin the jury n this OH so returnid a viTfltoi of giiilty The prisoner preferred to take amitunue at onco and waivfid lie sentenced to three years in the penittiiitiury Tim United James liutcane plead Ing guilty to tin charge of unlawful cohabita tion was HcuKinced sixty in the thiry Tho United vs Lena withdrew pica of guilty ind iilrjidid not guilty Latham Vs SViUiiun 1 Hill order set ting iinide to ana order tidtured for it rchcitring to bo placed tlio motion calendar The CMIKW in with uttering a fowl was continued until wit Si lilt of Tho of The IVople vs Charles Turner oc cupied purl of day C k for the defendant who wan churged with the store of Hurt on the night of November last The following jury was empanelled huwur i John 15 A HyUc John Mod ley Thomas Knizin Willis Booth Ired Massa Mark Oorrro Stetson h U Andrew linse and Orme ProseeuiMi AMonjey Kvansi put following wilinwMrsuiilhii sturid Will It Hurt Thompson William Brown J W M calf and TlioiniiR Hurt The for the de endarit were John itfouin B Madin purUw l ott 0 H OliuissemKfii Jolin James OiinrleM Turner arid John Lipe The Moiy ims heeii repeated sevural times in thi puhlio prinU so it is scarcely necessary it here Tunicrs story is that on the of the burglary ho returned to his room unTl found a lot of silks and goods there with an iinsiLied not will see you This noto ho showed to his roommate und they vvondcnul uhnut the alfitir hut inikdis no elTort to Lator during MMmo ruing a colored phine Tin iinp son KIUIIC to UK room and examining thv jgoods aipropriiiMd of them and carried tlittm in brojid daylight Sins followed by theollicers who thu as those tiikon from Hurts store Thu discovery goods led Turners room being searched the remainder of the wenfound IIH evidence WIIH somowhut on soino minor and lits liad a hard case to han dle The Jury returned a verdict of nob guilty and court adjourned The United Status Deputy Marshal brought up several pihonors from tho penitentiary and night took down Jumutt and MoLaughlln THI CITY Tho City Council met In regular session last night Joseph atlornptcd togot tho Ooiin cll Ui permit him to do what the Htrfcot Oora had forbkkliui him do do In faot had two or throe times him for por sIstlriK in doing Me to put cosa ixiol by the sidowulk on Twentythird street between Washington and Adams avenuo IIo also dnsirid to brace up thii dirty nil with n board ftmce The Council sustained tho Street Committee and tabled petition The labor unions asked that Ohurlea Folker bt given a place on tho police forco Koforrid to tlie tollcu Commission Five nlnts was granted leave to organize a hose company uud the use of certain lire apparatus on condition that It be well oared for It appeared from tho reports of tho stroot commlttuo that the long delayed completion of tho of Uio Ogdon river bridge is at hand and that tho work on the bridge Itself will begin next week and be finished in a fow days A of Academy Heights Addition was Tho Olty Attorney was ordered to begin condom nation proceedings at once against those who obstruct the opening of West Thirtieth stroot The ordinance granting to A Gordon of Salt franchise for an American dis trict tilograph system in Ogden was laid ovor a wunk as It appeared that one Mr Smyth also olTorod a petition for a fran chise which by some overslghthwl not boon acted ou HEAL ESTATE Following ace the raul estate transfers for Dooembiir 12 1800 10 W Kxiiin anI wife to E A Rood part of lot block 17 pint F to C II Nelson lot block 3 S O M ttuchmiller and wife to H A lots tl jnid lii block 1 Iluoe subdivision and lots I ami f and part of iot 3 block plat 000 Sullivan mid wifn to 11 J Ganey lot W Kndion SCO T il nailantvnC and wife to J Ballun tyno partot lot 9 block i plat E ifichsel to 0 Jliohswl low 1 to 4 Uioli sels John C Curtis and wife to T M lots and M block t Observatory Tlace A J Stout to L H Si out lots 0 and 7 Woodtiirinseo Main Street L KnrrCt ul to W G Landjutnr part of section ft township ft north rnngo liinford and wife to Joorge Marth part of lots f to 8 blok sit plat E J Knsluii to O Iligginbotham part of northwest quarter of section 8 town ship r north range 1 F lUrrick nad wlfo to h B llerrick part of section f township 5 north nngo Is A Ollaver to K B Tupner lots and 3d block Nob Hill A 10 Moro and wife to hsiypo lot 3 Muin J Mtuhr and wlfo to tgden part of lot 1 block phu A SkiHinctoii to M Skillinutoii part ot section 2o township d rnuue E A nth and wife to 11 J Clanoy part of Mock 5t plat THE YARO 1 1 535 There wero no fresh developments In the strike In thu Union Pncllio yards yostorday Tho officials ooiitinuod to liandlo curs uud claim to have moved over 300 cars Eight men were at work in addition to the ofllcials making a force of about tlfteun mon The regular schttiulo of switchmen is about thirty but this Is for both day and night JSo night work is done now The men who walked out arc not allowed to loaf around the yards all and are seen ruuluiy on Twentyfifth street tuking It easy POINTS Tho real estate transfers yoatorday amounted to Miss Adelaide Moore appears at tbo Unton Opera House tonight This Is law aiiid motion day in tho District Court sentence day for several porsous Tomorrow will he a groat day for TIUB VNKS In city The depot news staud was sold out in two hours last Sunday Pr I 0 Uoby of Points has just re oovorod from a severe attack of pneumonia and is once more alilo to be about the streets It looks as though this good weather would lot nil tho business blocks now ex posed get safely under cover The most of them are now Tbo managtMs of the Ogden Drum Corps are arranging to fit up a library and road ing room for tho benefit not only of tho members of the drum corps but all other boys who need 11 piaco to which they can go for a pleasant hour Of reading The fixtures to connect the new water mains are hero but the machines to usn In placing them ure not hero though ordered five months They are locked up in the railroad somewhere The delay causes a good deal of inconvenience to the city Just As Say some dealers who try to soil a substitute preparation wheu a customer calls for KoodV Siirsiipanlla Do not allow any such false tH this induce YOU to buy what you do not wnut theonly reason for making itls that a few cents moro profit will bo made on the substitute insist upon having host Hoods Sarsnparilla It ia 1ecu lar to For softenlnjr the Allaying Irritation removing wind tan and Hko troubles there Us nothing eqtm to sbeJebratedVjolet prqani DIGGING UP THE OLD RECORDS OF JJKKALCATION ACTS IN UTAH COUNTV A ConimUton to Abstrnct for ObBtructlntf the Street Tho Gouft mot pursuant to adjournment Friday niorning at 30 oclock Th6 contract awarding tho abstracting of tho Utah oounfcy records was referred to County and It was ordered that tho Haid work Is to be completed on or before June 1 1801 i Tho reports of tho Selectmen for tho quar ter ending November 30th were read au dited aud wjcopted us follows liy Selectman iloldaway on account To balunco Septumlwr 0 to appro priatiori JS1CO total Uy disbursemerits per vouchers W Balance at date Uy Selectman Holdaway on highway account To balance September hients per vouchers Balance at date Iy Selectman Lund on insane account To balance September lith appropriation IJy disburscraeuts as pur vouchers Balance Lnud on highway account To balance September to appropriation ISv disbursements as per vouchers iinlancuat ditte ftAIM By Selectman Jonop on account appropriation September 9th Hy disburso rnents us per vouchers to amount over paid last report and this report Hy Snlebimah on account To apiiropriaUoi September tth Hy disburse ments as per vouchers by amount overpaid last year Ualanco at date The following appropriations wero voted to Uio Selectmen on tho accounts and for tho amounts following Helectmaii llolrlaway on Insane fund loues on Insane Selectman lloiduwav on Highway Selectman Lund oulMghway Sejiclirnin Junew on Highway V S Halliday County Clerk on account The court for tho Scptemher term were computed and allowed as follows 0 Jones 328 A Holdaway 810 L t Lund John Jones Thos fowler 610 A Justioos blanks was accepted and tho Clerk Instructed to have 500 of suid blanks prinUid Tor the uso of tho Jiisiticos ul till ICUCO The roport of Seloctmi Lund favoring tin or a new school district accepted aixl tho samo declared to ho ind known uuschool district Tlio report on tho claim of George Webb for oxpenso of holditig an tin body of II Jonos wis accepted and thu amount allowed The attention of the Court was called to tho report of tho grand jury of tho First Judicial District Uimrl of the February term 18RO stating that tho Collector of Utah comity as such Collector was in ar rears for the years 1885 iHSliuud 18S7 and also charging that certain appropriations wore mauc by the County Court of said county which wuru unauthorized by law Tho matter which will involve tho dig gliig up of tho past records of tho court was referred to a committee consisting of tho Probate Judge County Attorney arid Select man Holdaway to investigate aud report to tho Court at an early day Tho following claims wero presented aiidltofl and allowed Kelly Co abstract memoranda etc John Tones services as L I Lund services as Jnsopli Jones fi per Smoot A Dual First National Hank for rent of County Attorney for llftuen months to Dec 31fit SPOnmotion of Seleccman Holdaway tho ShorlfT was Instructed to notify S K Rob erts und Albert Whlpple to remove their fence from tho county road on tho west side of vlvcr near the mouth of Provo canon within thirty days from Uth of Do comlior adjourned till January at 5 Conductor G W llowland of aEloGrando frulKht train was arrested this morning and tried before Justice Noon on a charge of ob struotlng tho stroots of Provo City The principal witness In tho case was Harry Uoshardl the Pacific Express messenger who testified that tho Intersection of J and First streets was so blocked up by defendants freight train that he bad waited several minutes to cot across to the Union Paoldo tlopot to catch the train there and had then requested the conductor to pull out or broak the train and allow htm to cross He got abusodfoHils request and onoof tliobrako mou jumped him and knocked him down Havld Bonnolt Charles Wil liams and John Stubha corroborated Uushard Attorney Bradley of Salt Lake appeared for the defendant and con tended that the railroad company had rights there and the right to obstruct tho road for all necessary railroad purposes but the Court failed to see wherein tho ob struction to public travel was necessary under tho circumstances and found the do fondant guIlly assessing a fine of S20 and costs An appeal was taken and tho bond Hxod at The ttrukenwn who assaulted made his escape on an outgoing train but will be arrested ami brought to answer the charge of assault Puovo Utah Dec 12 1800 AT Clark Bros Ss Store Twenty Thousand Dollars EDITOR Thursday morning about 5 oclock tho residents ol1 Pleasant Grove were roused from tholr slumbers by tho ory of fire It was discovered to be tho store of Clark Bros which upon being broken open tho ire was found to be beyond control as tho whole interior seemed to be enveloped In a mass of Jlamos A crowd soon gathered but it was Impossible to save any of the contents of the store and all were consumed Men labored hard to save tho adjoining building Clarks Opera House but ail efforts proved fruitless as it was soon enveloped by ire and burned to the The origin of the fire appears to have been in tho cellar as smoke was iirst soon issuing from tho cellar windows As to the cause it Is presumed to have been the work of burglars as no tire was left hi the store when closed the evening before Those buildings constituted the principal business houses of our tosvu and tho loss is estimated at about No Insurance Wo learn that 52000 Insurance was taken out some time ago but circumstances cause us to fear It cannot bo recovered John Clark of thp firni Is tho principal loser It will probably bo rebuilt lit oneo with larger and more commodious rooms L PLEASANT GKOVK Deo 12 1800 PAINE LINE Wholesale Dealers in And Othar Isocds SALT LAKE CITY I n f iJtrJL LJ LVJL LIQUOR HABIT HAlis GOLDEN SPECIFIC It un h iflvcu in u vr or arllolex ofTtuxl wiUiout the knowledgo of tlont ooensary It1n ahBOlutoly will n permanent and tho pntiotit is a raoderato drinker or an mlooholio WTjoK XT operatos ao quietly and with oer thut tho no inoonven and iaro ho la awaie hia 48 unco boolc ot Moore Allen k 1S3 MuiuStH Trade sup plied by Boberw ANtildoo Utah WOUNDS BRUISES SPRAINS CATARRH CHAFED OR ROUGHENED SKIN RHEUMATISM PILES BURNS BITES SCALDS FEMALE COMPLAINTS COLDS FROST BITES HOARSENESS SORE CHiLBLAiNS INFLAMMATIONS KINDS SORE EYES OLD SORES LAMENESS SORENESS TKB GREAT LIVER AND STOMACH REMEDY Cares all disorders of the StmriftcH Bowels Kidjieys Bludder Nervous Lous of Appetite Headache Constipation1 Costlveness Jndljroflhion Bil iouMnoHH Fever and renders tho system loss liable to contract disease t YSPEPSIA KADWAYS PILLS arc a cure for this complaint They tone up tho internal accretions tl healthy aotion restore strength to the stomach miablo it to perform functions VITJCK fJKVTSVKR M V 1 T A GUINEA A Sick Headache Weak Stomach Impaired Constipation Disordered Liver ACTING LIKE MAGIC on the vital organs strengthening the muscular system and arousing with the rosebud of health The Whole Physical Energy of the Human Frame Beechams taken as directed will quickly RESTORE FEMALES to complete health SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS Price5 25 cents per Box Prepared only by THOS BEEGHAM St Helens Lancashire England n y A Solo Agmts far United 3i7 Cajiul JTew ivho fiftionr not unUmnil ttiechams fills on of 3ayTWhenihe wihjpl blows your is useless to lire youfselj About of your fail can e avoided bytheuse It doesnt make us tired to tell about the merits of SAPOLIO Thousand f women in the United States thank us every hour of their lives for old them of SAPOLIO Its use saves many weary hours of toil in housecleaning OF IMITATIONS Grocers often substitute cheaper goods for SAPOLIO to make a better profifc lend back such articles and insist upon having just what you ordered RNOCH MORGANgLSONS NEW YQRg Eagle Foundry and Machine FeiilBEHS AND Milling Hxrlnp added to our flgurcc on cutting pipe OFFICE 424 W iST SOUTH ST wo 10 I TELEPHONE 314 B T Froaident JAS H tlUUOY ProBidttnt v CARRIES IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT Engrines Vertical Horizontal Westinuhouse Engines Horizontal and Vertical Boilers r Ingersoll Kock Brills Air Compressors Blowers Fans i Knowless Steam Pumpa Injectors Governors Fair Scales s Wails Patent Crushing Rolls Horse Whims Wck Breakers Patent Wood Pulleys Pipe and Fittings Mining Kails Machinist arid Blacksmith Tools Sight Oils TV ire Bope Belting Hose and Packing Wire Drill Steel Iron ifcoofing Smelter MM andMining Sup J plies aud Magnesia Sectional Coveringfor Steam Safety Nitro Giaps and Ease J r iNCfcTTOT Diamond Brills Corliss Enrflnes Etectrlo Woodworking p sold H Branch Machlpery Depot Butte N f Olnce uud Warerooms 259 Main Salt Iako City Utah SOLICITED t V r A HIGH GRADS SCHOOL prepares boys for College Scientitlc Schools Business Mrstclass location thorough of study Addregs Secretary OODBM CITT Tho wnJlknowu SPECIALIST hiifl removed to moro ologant and coramodioua parlors 17 and 18 ST ELMO HOTKI DR C 1ST HIGGINS Microscopic Pkysiciaa Has practiced in Salt Olty seventeen years aud the wonderful andweHestab Hshed euros he hiis efTocted that time prove the scientific principles on which his remedies are compounded Forming diag nosis by the aid of the microscope enaolea him to detect the primary cause of disease and effoet a radical cure The Doctor has cured thousands of cases of Mental apd WoukuesN ami Nervous Prontratlon and will forfeit Five Hundred Dollars for aiy case taken under his treatment which he fails to cure All classes of private cured and all old lingering diseases which vitiate the biood aud impair tho system thoroughly and permanently cured Liver and kidney complaint cured All Classes of Fits Cored Tapewormi removed with keud or pay DISEASES CURED WITHOUT MEDICINE Electric Belt and For All Persona Weakness of Men Established 10 Years in Denver DR SANDENS EDECTROMAGNETIC BELT without incdicine Rheumatism Pains in Back and Limbs Kidney and Bladder com plaints Nervous Debility Vital Losses and Weakness Constipation Spinal Affections Eeuralgia etc currents from our Belt are under complete control of wearer aud are instantly felt by tbo wearer or1 we will forfeit These belts have groat improvements over all others and them to bevastly superior or will refund money Wo especially recommend them to thti Youxig Men suffering from vital of personal nature and their etfects who lack vital force nerve energy arid and have failed to1 attain strength and perfect Middle men who for want of strength and vigor induced by indiscretion excess care overwork mental anxiety exposure or otherwise find their physical powers prematurely declining Old who think their waning vitality tho natural result of the progress of old age and de cay when it is simply the want of animal or natural electricity and tjic power of the body to reproduce it We havebelts and suspensories made specially for these cases in theirvarious stages which give soothing of electricity through all weak parts speedily restoring them to health and vigorous stTen gtb Worst cases pernTanently cured in three months Osr illustrated book giving full information and testimonials from prominent men in every State ia the Union who Lave beefl cured will be sent for 4c postage THE ELECTRIC Skinner JJlock Deaver Colorado SPECIALIST PEIVATE DISEASES 4 In for Msil and Book to Men or of on whifb to ful1 of etc State yonr Band for terms and trial treatment ob SftETOd or by 0TTERBOURG from 9 to 13 a au t to to 8 p or by appolntmemt In to CAPITAL AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK to tliaBank of y SALT LAKE CITY iJTAH DlltKCTOKS JAMES H BACON Presldfitit H M BACON VioePrcsidons JUDGE J W TUDD T A DA VIS J U DGE C F GRAY F M JARVIS TKrASCUT DKFjLBTJtKXT OrTlCE OT COVJTROLLIE OP THE CtnUlEWCT WASHINOTON October 7th 1890 f WiiEnrAS by satisfactory ovidencc presented to the undersigned ii has been mnde to ajppea Chat The Nntionnl Salt Lnko in tho City of County of Suit bake nd Territory of Utah has complied with all the proviaiotiaoi Statutes ot the United States to bo complied with hcforo tin association bfi authorized to the business of Bankinp F L HOLLAND AV B IIOLLiND SKCRfiTARY BLIJAJEl SEIJLS GOVERNOR A L THOMAS JUDGE D D w threore I lidward S Laccy Comptroller of tba hereby writ rj that Kank of Lake in thu City of Salt Luka in tbe County of Salt i akc and Torritorvof Utah is authorized to commence the business of Banking provided U section artyone hiiudred ami sixtynine of StMntos of tho United States No J430 1 in tustimoiiv whereof witness my hand ind seal of otnce day ot Octoocr 1890 J430 Es LACEY Comptroller of Currency NO WC MAIN STREET SALT LAKE 5 FEK CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS CAPITAL of ooipoiaflons Firms President L C KARRICK VioePrcsident J A L C J A EarK A Lowo A V Milloy Q S Fuller SiJKPLUS SUCCESSORS TO WALKER BBGTKERS BARKERS ESTABLISHED BANK OF COMMERCE Opera House Block Lake City Utah Transacts a General Batting Business tJHITED STATES DEPOSITORY Transact a General Banting SAFE VAULTS FROOF to J K WUTKK B E WiUKE L Cwhfw i E VU1KKK F President M E CuautrNRK Cashier 2S and 24 First South CAPITAL PAH OP SURPLUS Ofneml Banking business per cent hiltorcst paid on comnoundod 4 times a vear cir mi 50KPLGS H Aiterbftch John J O Sjilisbury Moyluu C Box Prjuik H Dyer Thomas Marshall W P Noblft George iL Dow ney John W Donueluin Commercial National Daok OF SALT IABLE CITS Tenpmrr OfTicc In II E Ixt St lew building 2ud South tt Uanereiiil H General Banking in all Branch Issues CortificAtcs of Deixsit on de mandi hearing interest if loft specitied time Sells Drfcfts und Bills of Exchange on all prinei pal cities in the United States Europe Gcorcft M D iwncy Preuidetit W P VicePreaJdemt Thomas 2nd VioiPresidiwt John Donnellfa T R JONES 8 J LYKN T R JONES BANKERS SALT LAKE CITr ITT AH Transact Geueral Banking lUl Its branches Dealeu in Foreign and Domestic Ex Careful attention given to colloctioni and remittances made oh dsy of payment and storks bemgb tami sold on oomntissioo Long Joans wade on city real estate at low rates of in terest Special attention given to the seJLag ot ores and bullion of which con nig a racing so licited Advances made on ores base bullion Sold and silver bars ehippcd foe reining NewYork Sac Francisoo J B Colgate Co Omaha National Bank Rank of California First Bank German National Bank 1811 WfJCI TH E OUNKST AND LABG1EST R C DUN AGO THE MSRCANIILE AGENCY GEO OSMOND UTAH AND in Progress building Salt Lake City Open ilnily from 10 n m to S p m from 10 a m 10 0 p m Five per cent interest paid on deposits BOYS PAKK W W Cniswotit President S F WALKBII S H Cashier Assi WM H MolNTYin T JJ GKO C L F Wat 7 E B LAKE rELLS FARGO BANK Salt Buys and sells Transfers on tho principal cities of States and Europe and on all points Coast Issues letterrs of credit In OM principal cities of tho world Special attonitai given to the filling of Ores BiUIXHi Ad vances mado ou Consignments at Lowest RkM Particular attontion oollcotionm throughout Utah Nevada and adjoining Territories Accounts solicited COKXHKPOVDEITTB Wells FarRO A Weils Pargo National Firtu First National Merchants National Savings Wells Fargo Fnmcisco JT XI DOOLX YotJ PACIFIC STATES Savings Loan and Boilding Capital FrancUco California OHHC Met 44 E 2nd Soatb Salt Lake City B ASKING DEPARTMENT AND TRUST COMPANY tM tf feplUI Hrytu SIMM 68 w secflRi street Salt Late Qtr Eecelvog Time Deposits of cent per annum Compnny to act Trustee Guardiaa or AdmiaiMraVw and Executor and to Trust Also Tb5n Company makes Its owm Title Its charge for cost of RBfcrches and attorneys liemembor a Kutter than Any Opinioik F W Auerbacb Merchant K a Cbarabere JBO J Daly Capir talist J E Dooty Banker W C Hall Attorney L Banker T K A Marshall Probate Judife W 8 McCorniok Banker James Sharp Capitalist E Smitfc liauker Arthur L Govemoi of J R Walker Banker M H Backer T G Webber VMetoaamt T Cheycaoe Wtiole sale Grocers 8 and 20 Second South Stieet Salt City TJtaK FOB IBANHA WATER GMGEB ALJS V MARTINEZ YAOR LA REINA VEULTA D S EEB DOMESTIC M D F TEA Control tlie Celebrated Brands of WHITE AMERICAN FAVOBr TIE OLIVB QUEEN SOAPS Guaranteed Equal to the Brands Now lit the Market REMINGTON JOHNSON CO HIRSOHMANS FALL AND TftriNTER SHOES are In and up It is fclie largest the best and complete in all varied lines ever received in Salt Lake Mail orders promptly attended to Try us and bfc   

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