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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah LAKJi CITY TTTAH SUNDAY DECEMBER 21 1S90 THE DEATH OF R J OBBiEN Me Expired Yesterday Afternoon at the Holy Cross Hospital HIS ANTEMORTEM STATEMENT TAKEN The Autopsy Traces tho Fatal Nature of the of tho Ar U is Bravado R T OBrien tho victim of the ohootlng affray which oornsrred Krlciay evening at tho Western saloon on Fifth West Htreot a full account of which appeared In yestnr dayfl lingering in tho inlonso agony until two inlrintas past 1 oclock afternoon calmly and peacefully passed to tho Great Beyond From time ho rocolvud his mortal wounds up to within a few minutes before tiifr summons oamo he was not for a mo ment frfto of pain although ho con stantly kftpfc tho Influence of Michaol the vrstoran conductor of thft Utah Northern Kailroiul a cousin of lioganH wlfo and Hank night yardmaster of thu Klo Grundo West ern yjirrt rormdnfxl by until tho end Kathwr also was in constant attnndance and adminlstorftd spiritual con solation and words of nympathy UTS HTATKMXNT In tho forenoon Marshal Young and Judge Laney visited tho hospital Tor the purpose rtf procuring a ataterricnt of tifl tragedy from OHrion ho mated that ho know of noftarthly roaaon why Uny rnond should Hhothlrn tiiat tiuy had always boer tho host of frlondH and that first he know of anything being wrong was when ilrstshot was fired lie stated that wiHui the time for going to work ar rived lie went behind tho bur and itoop ing down picker up his lantern which wits always Icopt tlioro When in a stooping position and aa ho was about to rise Jiay niond fired Although questioned closely and knowing that his life was fast passing ho steadfastly adhered to his tttory During his recital not one word of reproach or anger waa uttorod in regard to Kayinond It was tho same during tho llftcon hours ho lay tossing on his death bed TIo repeatedly wondered why Raymond hud shot him und several times said Tb waa a dirty cow ardly trick to shoot a big goodnaturod kid like I That was the nearest approach to words of reproach or condemnation to ward hla former friend and murderer It is stated on good authority that antomortorn statement will bo substantiated by tho testimony of William Ifalstoad an oyowltness of tho tragedy rind who related to tho officials RUbstan tlfclly the same story Ho corroborates OUrions statement 3n regard to his picking up his lantern and tho firing of tho first fihob by Ilayrnond It is stated that ha will also testify that after the first shot OBrien closed Jn on liayrnond and struck hlrn At tho same moment another loarlon mossoncer of death ontorod his body and ho reeled and fell to tho floor Ho was tlion plokocl up and placed in a chair Idistend it is stated denounces tho deod aa a coldblooded nnd cowardly one and It Is also claimed that his story has boon or will bo corrobo rated by othor witnesses whom tho ofllolals have secured AUTOPSY h was announced that the autopsy ami Inquestwould bo hold yesterday but owing to tho difficulty experienced in notifying It was decided to postpone tho Inquest until Monday afternoon at 2 oclock Tho autopsy howovor was hold Dr Pinlo performing the task assisted by Doctors iMeaoham Fowler and Myers Fov NOnin reason Conmor Harris failed to put in appoaranoo although ho had been noti fied and invltocl to bo present Tho result of thoir examination showed that one ball had ontorod tho left breast about tlireo indies above tho umbilicus In a lino with tho loft nipple then passed to tho right and downward perforating tho Intestines twice and lodging In tho right pelvic cavity This wan the cause ot a profuse Internal hemor rhage the abdomen being completely filled with blood Tho other bullet entered to tho right of tuo sternum fracturing tho second rib thon parsed through right In tho opinion of Or Fowler olthor of the wounds was un melon t to cause death OBrien appeared as ho lay on tho slab In tho doadhouso of tho hospital llko a glad iator in ropoao His physical development in ollfo was magnificent But 28 years of iigo ho was six foot In hlght and weighed 231 pounds Hla faco boro a placid almost Brnlllng look and tho ontiro appearance of tho body showed that he was Just what ho had dosorlbod himself to bo a big good natured Soon after tho completion of tho autopsy a wagon from tho undertaking establish ment of J W Taylor arrived and tno re mains woro taken to tho morguo whoro they will bo hold until advloos from rela tives In the East aro received as to thoir final disposition Michael llogan tho cousin of tho de ceased has taken charge of tho body and will unless notified by OBriens relatives In tho East take tho remains to Ogdon for burial OBrion was originally from Collet where ho has a brother a railroad man ancl two sisters riffi WAS A FAVOSUTE From friends or tho deoeasod many Uttlo instances of OBriens good hoartodncss woro learned yostorday by a reporter Thoy kaid OBrien waa constantly bnt unosten tatiously doods of bonovolonoo and friendship To bo a railroad man was the aSOsamo to his pockjotbook Ho was loved and rosnootud whorevor known and hundreds of railroad men whom he has be friended throughout the Wost wlUborlenply grieved whoa thoy learn that goodnaturod Mioky OBrien hiis boon stricken down In his primo by tho mur derous bullet ot a friend One instance so characteristic of tho man was brought to light yostorday at tho hospital For many months a railroad man named Jones has boon slowly but suroly dying of consumption When ho learned that OBrien was In tho hospital he and feeble though ho was endeavored to roach tho bedside of his friend His strength falloci and ho foil exhausted to tho floor When carried back to his bed ho stated that OBrien had proved his frlond that every month OBrien had given him SI0 with which to pay his expenses at the hospital Wlun pay day otimo his stipend came and no ono know of it until Jonos himself told of it Snoh vas OBrien wuem in life and it Is no wonder that in death his memory is revorod by his fellow workmen Nothing has over occurred In Utah which has so wrought upon the foollngs of railroad mon and reprcsontunlvos of that calling havo no hesitancy in openly declaring that if Raymond Is acquitted tho first duy Lo stops from within tho protecting walls of the jail will bo his last upon earth Not only aro tho as a body determined hut individual threats have boon made that Raymond will bo killed on sight 1C ho pots frew from tho meshes of tho law Tho rail road boys are making preparations to at tend tho funeral in a body and it 16 ex pected to be ono of the largest demonstra tions at the kind ever participated In by railroad men In the Intormountain country RAVAIOXD TAKKS IT COOLLY Yesterday afternoon Raymond was taken before Judge Lanoy for examination Officer Parker being his escort from the county jail Ou tho way Raymond coolly said to the officer Is ho gono yot replied Parker hes dead Raymond did not betray the least sign of emotion and coolly accompanied the ofllcor to police headquarters Whun arraigned he entered a ulea of not guilty Judge Lanoy then set Monday at 2 oclock p iu us the time for commencing tho preliminary examination and remanded the prisoner to tha custody of the Sheriff In the absence ol olthor the Sheriff or one of his deputies Officer Parker was corapelled In order to be relieved of his charge to take the prisoner back to the county jail Through the courtesy of Marshal Young n TKIBUNE reporter was granted an interview with Raymond at the county jail last oven Ing The Interview resulted as expected Tho coolness and apparent ease of tho pris oner wan remarkable When tho reporter approached tho wicket of the cell ho found towUniug on his bedstead calmly roacihig a newspaper and enjoying an afterdinner smoky In answer to the re portorV questions ho invariably answered I have nothing to say if you want to know anything about rny case go to my lnwyor udgo Tho prison officials nay that Raymond la ono of tho coolest prisoners that they have over had In thoir charge and that his self possession has not deserted him for a mo ment A CONTRAST In Htrlklng contrast to Raymonds de meanor Is appearance of Diamond the slayer of Scott Ever since his incarcera tion he han constantly grieved arid anxiety and remorse have ugod him considerably In answer to tho reporters question of how hw was getting on ho said in a voice broken with emotion Oil as well as comd bo expected under the circumstances Tears his eyes and tho prisoner turned away to hide tho emotion ho could not sup press Did you ovnr buy horse and not fiorne miwvinxH JIH to hio points till were fully Not so with AycrR Sursaparilla you may bo sum or It at start It disnp points thoRO who give it a fair and persistent triuL AN ART A Collection of Oil Paintings of Moro Thftn Ordinary Merit by a Local Artist At the studio of 7 F Harwood rooms 47 and 48 Gulrner block may be during tho holidays a most Interesting and credita ble display of tho artists conceptions In oil and water colors Tho central figure and foremost piece to attract the attention of visitors is a recent production of Mr Bar woods completed this year in Paris It is entitled and represents an Italian flower girl soiling her posies AH the rare combinations of a true artists skill is made known in the symmetry and devel opment of the pretty figure tho winsome faco and in the pleading look from sympathetic yot truthful eyes Tho happy blending of cool colors the at mosphere and light effects are Kiich as to win for tho ambitious artist general and favorable comment from many compe tent sources in Paris Tho companion piece If it may bo called so is entitled Glvo Mo a LltUo and it also portrays the youthful mondicant or one of tho many street Arabs ot Paris Both productions aro from living models and thoy clearly at test the groat ability of the clover artist Tho Peace consisting of preat bunches of manycolored chrysanthemums and an old holuiot timeworn nnd battered is HngKCStive of a willingness to forgot all combat and strife Ono of the strongest studios Mr Harwood lias completed is a nude a Spanish bullflghtor sword in hand just emerging from a rocoss All tho despair yot desperation that one must fool is faithfully put on tho resolute faco of the presumably doomed man It is clearly n facial and anatomical study and Is justly deserving of consideration and ouroful inspection A very pure thought and noble sentiment Is revealed In Mr Ifarwoods Message from tho Flowers to tho An angelic figure tenders to the cold faraway Htars swoot tribute irom tho lessor ono of many stareyed daisies on which nhotiptoes In eager ox pocfcanoy of recognition from tho other world Tho marvelous and indescribable beauty of the study is In tho glorious un consciousness of everything in the maidenly figure save hor Imposed nils tho stroke of genius is revealed In tho light on the wealth of hair tho cool bright light of u rising moon invisible but felt Thou there aro other clover works such as Tho with a group of working Fronoh peasants In the foreground and Incomparable light effect two little water colors A Calm ancl Low Tho First and Natures Lodging are all creations of a mind that shows groat care study and pains but greater than all shows the dis closing of talent that came from his hand Mr Harwoort was born in tho town of Lehigh and passed tho greater part of his earlier life in that vicinity With a vlow of pursuing his chosen profession or art re solved as Boon as his means would permit to aeo something of tho outer world ancl to gain a knowledge from master mlacls So n season of work ancl savings was com menced and after six years of frugality ho had accumulated enough to pay one years tuition In tho Acartomyof in San Francisco Ho was awarded tho gold modal for tho greatest proficiency Jn antique crayon work Two yoaw aftor ho went abroad beonmo tho pupil of such masters as Bonnat Lofobore and Benjamin Constant Later ho waa admitted as a student to the Eoole Natlonalo Et Speolalo Dos Beaux Paris and now wears tho honors and boars tho credentials which only genius can obtain Thoro are those In our community who profess groat appreciation of suoh art and thoy have to possess themselves of such luxuries as young Mr Ilarwood executes They should give lilm tho substantial evidence of their estimate of his achievements Salt lalce County Toachera Tho touchers of Salt Lake county Saturday and reorganised thoir institute Several of tho teachers reported the pros perous condition of their schools showing that most of the 8ohool Trustees aro taking an Interest in school buildings and school apparatus Sn porlntendont Stewart urged the teachers to ho prompt in the business portion of their work and to conform Btrlotly to the school law The following officers were elected for the coming year William M Stewart M Mumford W Ashton Osoar VanCott JMrarian and Clark ProgrammeCommitted William M G M Mum ford KiUlo Deiui Annie Anderson B W Ashton On motion It wns decided to moot evory four weeks Mooting adjourned to moot Saturday January 17 1S91 B W Secretary pro Norvo autl Fills Act on ft now ropulatlng the liver stomnoh and bowels through the nerves A new discovery Dr Miles Pills speedily oivro biliouB nosa bftti Upto torpid liver piles constlpution Unooiiftlod OT nien women children Smallest mildest surest 50 dosos 25 ots Samples Free at Roberts A Noldons The Hlffli Contracting1 Parties The marriage invitations of Mr Hugh 0 Wallace to Miss Mildred Fuller have been received by a few friends of Mr Wallace in this city Thoy are very stately affairs and rend as follows Tho Chief Justice sind Mrs Fuller request tho honor of your presence nt tho nmrringo of their Mildred to Mr Hugh C Wallace on Monday January iifth 1891 ixt 8 oclock St Johnschurch usbington D Also enclosed is another card which reads follows Tho Chief Justice and Mra Fuller at homo on Monday January tUth at halfpast eight oclock 1800 Massachusetts And still another which roads as follows Please present this cnrd at St Johns church on Monday evening January Those of THE TRriurNE so honored feel im pelled to say that it will not be convenient to bo present at St Johns ohuroh or at the residence of the Chief Justice and Mrs Fuller at tho specified time but they most heartily congratulate the Ohiof Justice his wife and his daughter on securing a genuine live Western gentleman for a husband and soninlaw Thoy congratulate Mr Wallace also on his final determination to become a Benodlot aud that ho will henceforth simply submit to tho decision of ono branch of the Supreme Court of tho United States Gen erally for tho happy pair hearty congratu lations wiUIss extended from a whole host of people in this olty who are tho friends of Mr Wallace and who will be glad to be put down In the category of the friends of Mrs Wallace to be Beaver and Otter capes at N WOOD Co Grand Sohiner regulurly at our price F E WAHBEN MEB 10 East 2nd South Eppernay and Gold Seal champagne 50 cents a bottle At the Bodega 10 Commer cial st Telephone 305 TVeek Millinery will be sold below cost at Mrs Christys 31 W 1st South to Donvor Tickets J15 For sale only at Groshells Ticket Ofllue under tho OF THE W H Bancroft to Worthwm W H Bancroft long connected with the Rio Grande Western road as general super intendent andwho resigned July 1st last accepted last evening tho suporlntendenoy of the Kocky Mountain division of tho Northern Pacific with headquarters at Mis sou la He reports there for duty on the 27th Instant Mr Bancroft has been railroading since 1858 and has seen extended and varied Korvice on tho Erie and other prominent Eastern roads lie is a way up operating man a more faithful official no road can boast of and his many friends are sure he will make a fine record for himself on the Northern Pacific In truth it can be said no railroad man in Utah has more friends chan Mr Bancroft and he goes to his new sta tion encircled with a cloud of best wishes THE POCATBLTjO STHKIK Manager Resscguie returns this morning from Pocatello Notwithstanding the asser tions of the Kessegulo had noth ing whatever to do with the reduction in the forces of tho mechanical department That is Mr MiddleUms job and when the executive committee sends out word from Boston that a reduction iinust bo made on any division the masher mechanic sees that is carried out attends to tho operating department the running of trains sees that traffic is with all possible neatness and and keeps an ever open optic on the general conduct of things NOTX AND PERSONAI The Rio Grande Western Is getting out Its clergymens permits for 180J Fforace A Bird of the Midland called at THE TniiiirJ3 office yesterday H W Adams of tho Union Pacific left on a San Francisco trip last evening Train No 1 of tho Rio Grande Western line due hero yesterday at oclock p arrived five hours late Tho banquet at MantI to oomo off on the advent there of the Scvier Valley branch of tho Rio Grande Western road is postponed from tho 23rd to the 20th instant Superintendent Corwin is trying to find time to ma over to St Paul and see his family but recent events on the Union Pa cific aro keeping him tied up closely In Canaan Tho Burlington and D fc R G people have an Idea that tho Rook Island Is putting up a job with tho Midland to knock the former two roads out on through business and there are in consequence threats of some knife work A freight train off the track on tne Klo Grande Junction road prevented both the Midland and D R G trains from Ieach Ing Grand Junction yesterday morning Af ter waiting until noon tho Rio Grande West ern made up a special train at the Junction and reached this city at this The delayed trains may not got until this afternoon HOLIDAY RATES The Rio Granclo Western Railway an nounced that on December 2lth 25th aist and January 1st it will sell roundtrip tickets from all stations to all stations in Utah at singletrip fare Tickets good to return until January 5tb inclusive Holiday JSxoiiision Kates Tho Union Paclflo will sell excursion tickets for the holidays at single fare for the round trip For Christmas selling dates December 2tth and 25th Tickets good for return until January 6 1801 For Now Years selling dates December Hist and January 1st Good for return until Janu arv 8th Tickets will bo sold from ana to all sta tions within a distance of 250 miles but must bo used for continuous passage in both directions S W ECOLTSS General Passenger Agent A WORD TO 1IANO 33UYEJRS Some Valuable Hints ami Opinions From Famous Performers Musicians and people musicallyinclined who aro aware that tho piano is tho most expensive musical instrument manufac tured and that it requires a greater number of thorn to supply the demand than for any other popular source of musical enjoyment presumably have no conception of the vari ous makes At a low estimate itJs fair to put tho number of brands at fifty inclusive of tho cheapest and most worthless instru ments to the standard and famous world ionowned Knabe Ohiokering Everett and Fischer While Salt Lako is not unlike othor places In the usage of all the makes it maybe truthfully said with reluctance that the interior and loss substantial soniri to bring about as liberal a price as the standard instruments Tho great misfor tune arises from two can the dealers frequently are not only unscrupulous but ignorant of the wares they are handling and the average patron who frequently purchases an instrument for room decora tion and ornament is deluded into selecting an Instrument of great show with elabo rately painted panels and handsomely inlaid oases very showy but unnecessary to the sweetness or volume of tone found in the expensive instruments If the same judg ment care and discretion were used In the selection a piano as are ordina rily displayed in purchasing a Sunday roast or a Christmas turkey less disastrous results would follow Every highgrado warranted piano should and will with fair Care andusago last a life time There will bo no necessity for con stant tuning and fixing and looking for do foots that exist but cannot bo located Lot purchasers first decide to procure the ac knowledged premium makes Lot them bo sure the tone touoh volume sympathy workmanship and durability exists and no ill results will follow It may provo of in terest to read what tho worlds greatest pianists say Messrs Von Bnlow and D Albert both declare the Knabo the best piano in America Von Billows letter after concert tour 1800 is as follows To Wm Knabc ftaliirMrc DEAU renewed and by more use under aggravating circumstances as bad health and tiresome traveling enlarged experi ence of your pianos this second and last transAtlantic season has throughout con firmed myself in the opinion I expressed last year viz That sound and touch of tho Knabo pianos are more sympathetic to my ears and hands than sound and touoh of any other pianos in the United States As I mot with frequent opportunities of establishing comparisons be tween tho Knabe pianos ancl Instruments of rlvalizing or wouldbe producers I dare now add that I declare them the abso lutely best in America With sincere re gards yours truly DR HANS Vox Buxow Eugene D Albert submits his testimony as follows During my sojourn here Germ any I had frequent opportunities to make myself acquainted with the Knabe pianos and from fullest conviction I de clare them to be the best instru ments of America Should I return here for artistic which may be the case very I shall most certainly uso the pianos of this ceiebrated make I give this testimonial voluntarily and entirely un solicited for by of Knabo EUGEXE D ALBERT The F E Warren Mercantile Co of No 10 East Second South street are the solo and exclusive agents for tho famous Knabe in Territory The house is just in receipt of a car load of the greatest of all instruments including tho Small Parlor the the Boudoir Upright and the Cabinet In rosewood mahogany antique oak cherry and ebony Remember tho Knabe has been for over fifty years before the public and the Instruments have by their excellence attained an unpurohased preeminence which establishes them as unequaled in tone touch workmanship and durability Visitors and the public in general are ox tended a pressing invitation to visit the wiarerooms of the F E Mercantile Company andcritically inspect the incom parable instruments Steinwny Sons Upright Piano good as new Sold when new at Our down S10 a rnpoth F EWABREN MER 10 E 2nd South street Black at Cost In order to mako It interesting to pur chasers of useful holiday presents have reduced the prices of our Bluck Silks to bare cost COHN BROS Gun Store THE UTAH ORE PRODOCERS They Resolve for an Ore Combine and for American Silver SIX THOUSAND DOLLARS FOR TRE FIGHT Eijfhty Dollars in Divi dends by tJio and Stock Notes Tlie meeting of the Ore Producers last evening was called to order by the president and was attended by the directors secretary and others Tho following resolutions on the silver question were adopted by the meeting and ordered sent to the National Silver Commit tee and to Senators and Representatives WHEREAS The present laws the United SUtos provdinu for Uio uso of silver for money purposes have been and aro boms tor pur poses of speculation and the importation of for eign silver iinil WJJKBKAS The present limited purchase oi silver for usa as money by the United Stotos docs not ruliy absorb the product of American mines and tberoby a surplus is thrown upon tho ranrkot which oiiii be and is uned and manipulated for speculative purposes to tho detriment or tho money markets of the country and AVHfSttKAS Tho purcliaso of tlm whole pro rluct of Amorican minus would obviate all those dinioultjos and put an cud to speculation of sil ver in the United States now therefore be it Jiesolwd That we citizens of the United States engascd in this production oC silver and interested hi seeing the condition of the money markets of our country improved respectfully usk and urge the Congress and President of tho United S tnte s to pass a law providing that all the silver produced bv the mines of the United States bo used for money purposes as now provided by law and Jlesolved That if such a law cannot be passcu we respectfully urge in lieu thereof that tho limit of Truusury purchases of silver for uso as money now fixed by law at ounces per month bo raised to ounces per month or so much thereof as may he oftered to bo pur chased ouly out of the silver product of tho mines ot the United Stains WILLIAM F JAMBS President W G VAN fioitjnu Tho following resolutions wore also adopted and ordered sent with an accompanying let tor to to the different mining districts in other States and Territories WHEREAS The finished product of our mines Is handled and manipulated by combinations ot capital which dictate to the oroproducers the prices at which thoy shall sell their ores and WHBHEAS By tho rules of the Exchange they can make and have made low quotations for load while the actual sales of thatmotal were made at a much higher price in lots less than fifty tons and An association oC the men who pro duce ore acting unitedly can meet such com binations on their own ground which can not bo done by single producers now therefore be it IfefiOlKcd That the miners of Utah advocate tho formation of a closo association which shall control the sale of ores nnd obtain favorable ratos of shipment from transportation companies and low reduction charges from reel action works and take part in fixing the quotations for the metals they produce and dp hereby form them selves iuto Buclx association and JZcsolved That wo urge upon tho producers of other States nnd Territories the formation of a like close association and tho uniting of these associations into u central bureau which shall bo composed of reproseiitiUlvos of such associa tions If JAMEK Prcst W G VAN IToiiNE Secy TJio following telegram was received and read and a oommititoo appointed to tele graph that tho money would bo seut and to get subscriptions for that purpose WASiiiKOTOX D Dec 19 1S90 Jt C Silver Committee needs 16000 If Utah will contribute can get equal amount from Nevada and Montana Much work required now Telegraph care National CommittHe whether wo rely upon you FKAKCFH G NEWLANDB THIS STOCK 3SXCHANG35 The mooting of the Stock Exchange yes terday reminded one of old times Bidding was brisk and Bales wore lively On first started with 100 shares at Stevenson being tho purchaser Fifty shares of Anchor afc was next recorded and then little Stevenson sailed in for some Apex After buying shares at 13 and 13 cents ho quit Van Buskirk wanted Malad and pot 5000 shares of It at The total sales of the day were 23 750 shares The weeks business shows a little advance over that tho previous six uays and be yond doubt from this on matters willbo somewhat livelier The following la the record of tho day and week S 13 1314 02 14 20 00 OS 09 06 Shares 100 shares Alice 50 shares shares A pox shares Apex shareu Hurnos Sulphur shares shares Crescon TOO shares Glcncoo Malad shares Stanley 500 shares Stanley shares CEUTIFIOATH8 ouncuR OS THB WIJEK Tuesday OF SILVER ounces QUOTATIONS Barnes Horn Malacl Consolidated Northern Utah Oil 13 20 50 03 13 o Si 60 i 01J 00 10 01 Ifl 01 08 03 2 75 11 01 20 60 01 09 08 NOTES The Mammoth mine paid its dividends ycsiierday Robert 9 McGriiw One of the mining boys from Bed Cliff Coloi is in town and thinks of making this his abiding place Seven tons of Third Term 15 tons of Eevere 27 tons of Esampson 97 tons of Yose mite No 2 16 tons of Signet aad 15 tons of Queen ore were received yesterday The boys who sphl Malad at onesixth1 of a centi per share are nowkiokiug themselves The Horii Silver ruin e at Frisco is said to bo averaging ten tons ot ore shipped daily J B JJenslee one of the best known mining inen Jn lieadville was called to Zion OD business for two days the past week and his many friends were glad lor a handshake W C B Allen of tba Union Pacific fining and Milling Copipany says that work on the Young Miner and Wilmington claims at Silver City will be rapidly pushed They liave sixty sacks or ore ready lor shipment already and ajpe going to keep up the merry war i MAMMOTH DIVIDEKD8 The Mammoth Mining Company paid out yesterday in drvJdends anpeoial dividend in addition to ths regular Nothing small about rhose Maoiraoth fellows McOornick yesterday received Han auer bullion f 12 000 sliver and lead ores total T B Jones Go n reecivAd yesterdiy sil ver and lead ores 51750 base bullion selected lead 81000 total SEAB ERA IDAHO Will Griffiths who has Jeased 611 rat property at Era returned last li taking out quite a lob of rich ore assaylnjr 400 from prop pect holes and will coiuinvo work win ter with a good forco of men C M Wight of Evanstonis running a thousandfoot tun nel to where he thiuks he will strike the Born Silvor vein Mr Griffiths nlso says Sam Martin of creek struck a body of ore in his mine adjoining the Hub that will assay 100 oxs At Huston the new 30 ton smelter is expected to open up any day Tbe Grand Prize mine bonjjtt by Salt Lako as noticed in Tni TIUBUNK is being worked steadily and the general outlook in that district Js better than for the last five years THE OILBOUISO Word came up yesterday from the Green Kiver oilwell that the drill was playing on the gravol 1010 feet down with hopeful indications of tho appearance or oil at any time As this is tho only well ever sunk in the mountain country its progress is wntehed with much interest If she tho well may with perfect propriety be called the Bonanza Queen Tho com pany lius built a high board fenoe around the well from which curiosity seekers are excluded But several speculators have been buying up land in tho vicinity as they think DOW tho well is a go P2EBJHSTJiVABTIAW Timmons Postmaster of Idavllle Ind writes Electric Bitters hns done for inn than nil other medicines combined for that bud feeling arising from Kidney and Livor John Leslie farmer and stockman of same place says Find Flcctric Bitters to be the best Kid ney and Liver medicine made me feei like a new J W Gardner hardwaro merchant same town says Electric Kilters is just the thing for M man who is all run down suid dont carewhether ho lives or dies ho found new strength good appetite and felt just like he had a new on life Only 50c a bottle at A C Smith it drugstore Nobbiest Line silk umbrellas ever shown in this olty at WOOD fc Co What Shall We Have for Christmas Winner Is a question that has already been asked thousands of times by as many good house keepers all over our country iu anticipation of tho approaching holiday so hoping it may serve to assist housekeepers in prepar ing Christmas bills of fare Wisuomb fS First South street have prepared a fine list of Reasonable goods all of which they shall have on hand In specially choice variety for Christmas and shall be pleased to receive all orders assuring purchasers of thoir appreciation and very best attention This list is gotten up in pamphlet form and mirier the title of Soups Fish Fresh Vegetables Canned Vegetables Hel ishea Fruits Nuts and Miscellaneous aro grouped about 125 different ehoico edibles the mere mention of which is enougli to mako the mouth water Call ut WIsoomb aud got one of these little books Thoy are mighty handy for reference at any time and can be curried easily in tho purse or tho vest pocket Charity A Charity Bazar is to be operated in con nection with the Christmas celebration at tho First Methodist Church Members of the school and all liberally inclined persons will bo given an opportunity to contribute money toys eatables ami clothing to bo distributed Christmas day to tho poor needy and unfortunate families of the city ChLckorinff Pianos at Groat Sacrifice pOnly cost rosewood case only used short time Greatest bargain ever offered Call today and tomorrow LAKE Music 7f West First South St Stolnway Sons Cabinet Grand Upright Piano good as new Sold when new at Sli50 Our prico SoOO down a month F E WARIUJN MER 10 E 2nd South street Pommery Soo Oliquot Monopolo Mumm and Ohns Holdsieok champagnes and all foreign cruse clarets at tho Bodega 10 Commercial sfc Telephone 305 Our line ofJapanese Silk Handkerchiefs and Mufflers in any city COHN BROS and upwards for a fine meerschaum pipe suitable for holiday presents at SAM LEVYS Manufacturer of the Famous oigar 371 and 173 Main Rich andRare Ladies gold watches plain and engraved Diamond eardrops all sixes Opera glasses in colored pearl Sterling silverware hand engraved Unique designs in gold lace pins Flue stock of goldheaded canes Gold spectacles and eyeglasses A full stock of everything in the jewelry line at L Hollanders Jewelry Store Fine Dressmaking Siults turned out on short notice at Mrs B F Deals 37 South Elgtn ancl Waltham Watchoa In solid gold gold filled silver and nfckel oases at lowest living prices at T M Sur baughs 75 West First South street White Houie Located corner of Main and Second South opposite the uostoflico Most central of any hotel htho olty Union and Pull man ticket office tin tho hotel Newly re modeled and refurnished throughout Table unsurpassed tflectrio lights and bolls and all modern conveniences to per day H L HAUL Prop Albums at Parsonss Book Store Kingworm tetter and all scalp troubles aro cured by Skookum Roofc Halr Grower D Calendars all prices at Parsons Bookstore The nicest line of mufflers in tho cily is ac tho American Clothing Shoe 120 Main street Cover that spot on your head by using Shookum Root Hair Grower During The remainder Of this week Cannot receive orders for Stamping Or Fit Gloves After 12m THE LACE HOUSE Bonds For Sale Bonds payable in three and six years twentyfive dollars each bearing interest at ten per cent per annum First series three thousand dollars subject to be called in after expiration of one year from issue Second series subject to call after two years from issue These bonds are is sued by the Eureka Lodge No 12 I O incorporated Eureka Juab counly Utah Territory Bonds are secivred by trust deed of hall which is nearly completed also the lot upon which hall stands v For further particulars address Trustee in trust Magnificent shaving sets Hoovers 164 Beautiful presents Bookstore Fine Horses RoyallyBred Colts the season of the year to place your young promising colts in careful hands for practical development The mrly les sons are most essential future useful ness of the animal there is any Speed in a colt I will to bring it out or not injure the colt Also fill orders for first lass roadsters and gentlemens drivers Expert examinations acd trials of A 138 2ndS6iith E Mehesy the exclusive practical manu facturer of furs in Salt Lake the finest and largest stock Jn the West consist ing of Sacques Jackets Muffu Gloves Caps of Beaver Mink Persian Lamb acd all domestic and foreign furs Repairing alteripg and redying of old seal garments a specialty Prices reas onable 220 Main street opposite postofflee H Alff Displays an artistic selection of bisque statuary bricabrac aiadflnelAtnps feilk Md Mia OoM And Mining BuppUM Thf only oomplvU line at 4 thft JIov9 for tho Development of Comwiittao Tho Pennsylvania Association of Utah held a regular meeting at the Governors oflico last evening Governor Thomas the president of tho association called the meeting to order and Samuel S Kvcland was elected secretary pro torn in the ab sence of the regular secretary C K Allen Quite a numlier of names wero uddod to the list of Judge Barteli spoke ut pome length as to tho advisability of scattering special literature throughout Pennsylvania show Ing the wonderful advantages of Utah from a mineral and agricultural standpoint He stated there wero but few people even am on the educational classes even in the and universities of tho East who have any reliable information of our re sources A facus he thought endorsed by the Pennsylvania Association und mailed to people of their acquaintance in tho Keystone State brleily calling attention to these advantages would have much weight in their respective localities llov Doerr pastor of the Lutheran Church compared the business of farming in the East to the natural udvimtagos af forded in the valley of Utah und proposed issuing a circular ot general information Mnjor Bynon spoko of the scarcity of skilled Ijvbor in this locality und suiod that a large number of carpenters bricklayers plasterers pointers fact all grades of mechanics could bo sure of work in Salt Lake City within fortyeight hours after thoir arrival This was also true of nearly every othor line of business und immigration was much to be desired Governor Thomas made brief remarks suggesting that a roster of the members of the Pennsylvania Association bo issued comprising us it does representative men who are well and favorably known in their respective localities which would have great strength u mong their Eastern friends in tho State which stands second tion and lirst Jn manufacture in the Union if S Evehuid late of Philadelphia spoke of the difficulty both in Philadelphia and New York to obtain any reliable in formation regarding Utah and only by dili gent inquiry could he secure a pamphlet from a railway office monger details People of Utah aro greatly mistaken wheu they imagine that the majority of Eastern pcoplo are frmiliar with our special re sources Several other members spoke briefly cchoipg tho sentiments of the above men tioned gentlemen On motion of Theodore Brubeck ft com mittee of three consisting of Major E JM Bynon Carroll S and Thomas A Dunshco was appointed to act in conjunc tion with a committee from the Chamber of Commerce and to arrange for tho issuance of a special circular letter to of Pennsylvania colling attention to our local advantages After disposing of minor matters of busi ness tho association adjourned to meet at the call of the president JtucKlons Arnica Salvo Tbe best salve in tbn world for Cuts Bnilsns Soros Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Hands Corns and nil Skin Eruptions and posiuveJy cures Piles or no required It is guaranteed to give perfect satis faction or money cef uncLoJ Prioo Ji5 ceats ytir box For ralo by A C Smith Co Elegant Grand Sohmer Piano sells regularly at our price S300 F E WAURKN MKH 30 East 2nd South Boclega bourbon SI 75 per gallon At the JO Oommercial st The Laco House Will Bo Open Monday Tuesday and Evenings Until f m C L Staub architect opposite the Broom and Reed Hotels has arranged at Ogden Utah an exhibition of his designs and plans of completed bnildings Everybody is cor dially invited for an inspection Open every day up to December 2th Tho Morning1 Cocktail Taken before breakfast creates a false in appetite A wineglass full of Dr Henieys English Dandelion Tonic taken be fore strengthens the digestive organs and enables you to relish a hearty meal without injury to the stomach Copps Mining Code 50 cents Copps Pros pectors3 Manual SO cents CoppVAmorican Settlers Guide 25 cents For sale THE TRIBUNE office Vols d and 5 Utah Now ready aud for sale at THK T counting room Price fi per voume ETCHINGS AND KXGBAVINGS Cou We will from now until January 1 ISflJ 011er our entire line of hundred Butajciits at 20 per cent reduction from reg ular publishers prices Wo have the latest publications in ronmrque and aliists proofs as well as plain The following are a few of the new subjects linewing F M Spiople Ships tho D Eld red Tho InHan Kix Julian Rix Far Oer the Harris J S King Boathouse and 13 J Field Thomas Monxn Love in F M Splegle The J OlT the O S Weber Bronscombo F M Spicglc The TK TJie above are only a row of the large col lection RTVHHS 10 E Second aonth street Millinery below cost at Mrs Christys 31 W 1st Before buying your wife a Christmas present do not fail to see those handsome new style Sjnger sewJng imLchiues on exhi bition ut tie Singer rooms corner Second South and Ffrst East Notice There Is nothing in a but in n bottle of WisdoinB Eobertine there is u world of satisfaction and pleasure to ladies of refinement Tt whitens and bcautHies the skin without the effects that attend the use of most cosmetics The only visible of its use is a beautifully clear nd healthful complexion Kvury using it recommends it to her friends Call and examine our extensive stock of i Christmas goods manicure sets comb and I brush sets silver triplicate mirrors odor cases perfumes in fancy cut glass bottles EAJH D GHAY 50 E First South A fine line of seal skin plush caps at tho American Shoe 1 20 Main For aboliday present go to the American Clothing Shoe 120 Main for one of those or collar nnd cuff boxes Cheap Kxcursion to PueblOj Springs Omaha Kansas City and Chicago For sale Gro shelis ticket pfiice under the post office Have your prescriptions filled at Earl D Grays Opera House Pharmacy 50 E First South Sixteen years Buy sporting goods bicycles tricycles and velocipedes at M When your new bpuse is complete call on us for your furniture BAHRATT BROS Take Notice Every lady aad gent should have one pfj our fine silk umbreHae withliancJles latest designs an elegant and useful Xm as present NELSON A KATSSOHOFF 44 S Main at Parsonss Store THE KOVEL APPLICATION elegant assortment ot holiday goods at Hoovers Main Diaries at Parscnss Book Store Crab Apple Blossom EARX D GRAYS A preaenfc useful M well as ful will be douoly In nothing nicer than a rich soft wttrm buggy robe New cord wool and plush lat Btudebiilter street Opera at M It Prices lowest IB oitj Made by lift JarvisConklin Trast Company to Judge Zime WANT JUDGE BLACKBURN RESTRAINED No Interference Till the Supreme Court District Court Harvey An dersons Goutrt Tho Ocdor street railway war Is being kopt up with vengeance Yesterdays an account of the appointment of Di II Peory of that city as receiver for tho Opden Olty Railway Company by Judge Blackburn But It seems that the JarvisrOonklln Mortgage and Trust Company which controls the greater port ion 01 the not rollsk the Idea of i receiver and yesterday they came TO Salt Lake find went before Judge Zano as Chief Justice of tho Territorial Supremo Court nnd made an application for a writ of prohibition restraining Judge Black burn from carrying out tho order appoint ing tho receiver Judge Zane listened to thb application and it saying ho did not think it proper for one Districts Judge to order annulling the acts of another and contending that as Justice of the Supremo Court he could not con scientiously pass upon tho question sx ceit when the court was sitting Ho stated that the Supremo Court would bo in scussion in about tliveo weeks mat ter could properly be brought before it at that time Tho question was a novel one viewed from a legal standpoint Kane granted the application it would have placed mat ters in such a position that when one Judge as a District Judge made a ruling the dia satlsfled pnrty need only to go before un Judge in capacity as Justice of the Supreme Court and have the formers de cision reversed This would have beeu a rathor dangerous precedent to have estab lished NOT A SOFT fiNAT1 Wearers of tho judicial ermlno do always enjoy such a soft snap as many peo ple suppose Take Judge as an exam ple He hns held court since tho second JMondayJn without but expects to have several days rest after Christmas On January 2nd the Supremo Court will convene and the accumulated business is expected to occupy the attention of the bench for tho rest of that month On the tirst Monday In Third Dis trict Court will again convene And so ifc goes tho year around TMrd The Third District Court had but little to do yesterday only a few oases of minor im portance being disposed of When the hour cam5 for tho midday recess Judge Zane ad journed court until tomorrow afJO oclock a in Tho following was the business trans In tho case of KatJjcrine Mill vs Nicholas Fullmer a motion to reinstate appeal denied In tho case of Eliza Cook vs tho Oregon Short Northern de fendants motion for a now trial submitted on Friday was allowed exception over ruled On motion of defendants a new triai was allowed in tho case of P P Murphy vs James Stockdale ct al A temporary allowance ponxiontb during the pendency of the divorce pro ceedings instituted by Barnoy Harvey against hiswife Amelia D Harvey waa al lowed defendant besides S100 of action and S200 for attorneys fees Ten time in which to file statement onmotion for a was al lowed in the case of Hyrmn Harris vs Richard Chlpmau Tho hearing of for a now trial in the cttSfi of Emnia C Walls vs RloiOrando Western Railway Company was set for to morrow The motion of defendants in the case of L 0 Hardy vs Henry ct to open default and set aside judgment waa argued submitted ami taken unrteryidvise ment A demurrer to the complaint in tho case of tho United States va ChristianKoiner was argued submitted and taken under visomcnt The motion of defendant in the case of A J Burt vs H W Davis tosotasido verdict to a new trial and to rctax the costs in the case was submitted and taken under advisement JODGK Judge Anderson transjiotod tho following business yesterday J S Brown va Jenny J tfrnlsetb et demurrer of Jenny M FroinoUi sustained plaintiff nllowed ten days in which to amend complaint W H Gibson vs De Witt B Lowe do fault of defendant entered and judgment for plaintiff in tho sum of and 1 XV vs D D Bontx adminis trator trial of cause HCt for January i JLako Court Flvodoliir ineniones le lulu the L A Moses Mike arrested last midnight for fighting in Jltfgnoys saloon on Fifth IIis ilstic partner escaped Adolph Lance knocked in the head with a gun about 1 a in tho gambling hell tJie Gaiety saloon and made a groat ado about the police A warrantwas got out yesterday his sailant Chrtrlos Inn Adoph failed to show up and the matter dropped Mint Kl u tw i 3 m daughter had ihu rheumatism so severe for were in onsti more I M No iIS lirih Iowa caps and gloves at Skin NpJtus Woou Oo Granrt Souiwer Piano sells ocularly nt S850 our price F E MKR CoM JO East 2nd South 3874 Hermitage rye atS2 for a full quart At tho Bodega 19 Commercial Tele phone Who t Shall I Get for is the universal qticstipn Avoid all risk of a mistake by selecting some of those beau tiful etchings of Rivers Bros The walli ot their store are covered with Ho VFjil Give a Fine Watch To the customer guessing nearost the number of minutes it will runat one wind 5ng T M Surbaugb jeweler 75 WestFlrtt SOUth ConoTer JBroa Upright at A private party will sell a mapnificent 1 octave triple string patent action cabinet grand Conover great Stool cover and box lor shipping to morrow 75 W Firiit South 6ti Wanted We deal in bargains Soe i you to buy or sell No trouble townow UTAH REAL ESTATE Orncm An Write or tend a trial to DmgguiU Weather strips t Btvera Beautiful 1 nkstands at Line of UaiibxeiiM nd walking itiotoJ M IH i 1A ;