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- BXENINGa NEWS. " l' -- T I. emplojTUentiAf ctlllBS it TTiij of clrlL - talajrla tfm ProvO branch of the First DUtricVGoart. Xk:&a tagage&eat Dt LOoU . amfei ' theatre pat- MilWrlfhtottr fcaVa a flaa jeaat ot Saa.wflJ " . - . tht office. ommeBced ci i4 ,v , JvDoaANnroap'a Mnet today was occupied In Jtearlog the testimony in va. S. t. VSmi&m it ALf. 5"h .tfemafcratte ten- - ie Colorado comft? lilatore, mizht as well be feftcoaed from datf. There not la aataisg the , eaeaga to go 'rouad thaaaitpf M.B.Baford et al. tlx; , Oh 8ota Temple Street, tbl after aooa, oa. attached to a wagon dropp4 from aacqr . exbaaitfoa. it wu Itlalmed that the-- animal M be- to death Efforta were be !as atarvad made to get It Oa Its feet again. ! tharoltce Qoari today, John Ger- Mac jraa,.fln-d.- ?i for having .been tlrinsV, . For' the ame offense John the fall penO'Nlfij was assessed alty htag lafltcted becaase O'NlulI Is IreQaitly Intoxicated. Sentence waa B8paded in the base of three boys .waacraated a disturbance on Saturday " v ., . t 'i tavJUUons are oat lor e grand TfeanksglYlaj baU to.be gives, oa the etftflg Ql jioTemhe'r 28th. Judging algt. troffl the names of the ladles and eb$UUte the committees who are'tti attr In baftd. It may be confldently expected that It will he ' i nae affair. Paderwo'a. 'orchestra 1 heen eajayed for tat baedhag gea-Uemen- ooca-aloa- ' '..!' h ;;tJh - CaatralTrala. .,: "Cajp Car Coming. , 9AX.T . , "- Isd-b-ad : - -- . i Editor Dttcrtt Yews . " ; Please ioaert the following from Captain' EUls in charge ot the U. 8. Carfc Car an. lu way to Utah.- No "doabflt wilV reach this city onTburs- day or Friday next.: Ozden Standard Territorial papers please aad . A. MiLtoN Mussib. :., eopy. "Omaha. Jfeb i Not. 12, 1838. A Si. Xutstr, Salt Lake VUy : WBI leawefor Ogdea Tuesday morn-- f lag, ? Please meet car there. - -- otj J. FbaxbTEmis." V Home Again. IV were pleaded this afternoon to meet Elder Ellas S. Wright, of the Tourtienth Ward of this city, who n bomf Iast eveBlDs irora a baa tothe Sontar.8taeaIle been ta that field twenty-si- x months, , Jabortng most ot the time in Teanea See, tothvas traveling f Elder eand preeldent of the conference. ;Hi has aad4)oa experfeacewita mobs, aad - was OBfi of those so crnelly beaten on eM mls-slo- pse .mnrnlDfofAnfdst tin TctineBse'er Kfiarisg the lattet paxt of hla; missioa Elder Wilght's , health baa not - been with go23r balag catila. M the present tlm he la ranch redflted. la 'flesh', bnt being again In his e. monttaJn home he wITT qnicriy lie has enjoyed richly of the bleasfngs of'the Xord while eesged in ' V rot htimlAg iha trnth . h; been--afflict- ed recn-perat- ... Another Suicide. OsrWe4aesday, of last week word waa.bropght to Eagle Bock that the body of Net nanseD, a Swede, whQ lived on what Is called the Island, . aboqt twenty miles op the river, for a aamber.of years,had been foohd In the brash alongside the river. Mr. Ed. Uorrop was hnatinj and going along the river; noticed a band kerchief tied up and banking la a maUtree;oing totthe found Ilan- sob's body lying oa the ground with a pistol in one hand... la the hand kerchlei was .a abeet from a small note book lnwhlch ha slated he desired to leave everything to his ' chil dren. Hanson was a man at least fifty years Of age, had .a- family ot several chlldrea' aome- of them grown. He had been divorced Iron oli first wife for some time, aod about a year a to a woman came from the bid conn -to marrr him, but on meeting bim rtry erased to carry out her part of the programme. . .Headers wilt remember that In May of a homicide where last, the accountkilled his wife and her Oeorge Ferkins brother, named Chas. Talbot, leaving Mr Talbot a widow with two or three children. Ia August last Mrs. Talbot was married to Hanson, this occurrence leaving her a widow for taa Vaecond. time wUMaHvo moathj. Hanson had a good ranch and quite an amount of stock, being considered rettywaJf fixed. Idaho : JReotiUr, . - -- -- - ' ' 1 l Xetrs Notes.- . east-boun- - -- - A .,. . y -- ra -- DEATH . . is. Rocky Mountain Newt. The Omaha Revuulican has an al which that Bprllngton party is maae to say mat on a certain Sunday in November, the brotherhood,n having resolved to maae tne iiuriing-toand Missouri kneel ta their bidding, will inaugurate a : general strike throuehout the country. The interviewed man is made to utter some extremely rabid statements regarding the plans and purposes of the brotherhood, and wbat they wonrd do ' with the iiuritngton ana me .engineers bv that system. The article bears evidence of being written, to create a sensation. ; Atf engine waa derailed at New Haven the other day in a unione manner. While the swrchman was engine throwing the switch to let the pass Upontbe main track, bis shirt sleeves caught upon the switch lever in such a manner as to interiere wun his movement. Before he could a is en tan ale his garment from the switch the engine ' left the rails and was bounding over the ties. The ties were torn up for a distance of about 300 was whica the. . enzine. fett. but . . . . . a piacea noon the raus alter two noura' wore. was not materially damaged. The cs cable, yokes for the Denver City Railway Company, weigh-infive thousand tons, are belne made in Bradford, England, and will be of Galves on and the shipped byanaway same re nauroaa. aois Atcnison transaction was used with effect in Illinois and Indians in the late can vass, and upon a mistaken statement of facts. The contract, ubon sbarn points, was competition afor Kansas City firm, but it awarded to men were acting turned out that the aa brokers lor the kngllsn company J John Rapeije, the newly appointed oi tne loaao aivtsion superintendent of the Union Pacific, assumed the duties of his office yesterday. His nredecessor Mr. Resseule. succeeds Mr. Bllckensderfer as superintendent oi tne aieorasKB ai vision. The Cheyenne Sun says the official records show that during the month of October 45 men were killed or injured on tha Wyoming division of tt e union raciBc. .MU em-olov- ed -- a- .s-ve- ral - y and-all.- with.-who- -- me - . etMy-ICO- by-ai- V 4 ditis iner-nnu- !,BUTJLKTTN. Received at Suit on November 13, 1388. m. iocmi time.. MtUeretofic! Report! OUw i mt a, Tn. TH-lliU- - er, rutoa or - B.l-.Oity- WttO. buuj i additional land as added to the ant'; bo uiu diu cucicu tlty Texceed one- "hundred vjand sixty not previously acres : Provided, That an no case shall patent issue antu tne person additional homestead making such hav actnanv ana in shii laws the homestead rnnformitv - with . .W n . . . v. .4 t.l .uo iuiu ana cuiutiwu rpnirtcn nnnn . h.Min nr1 otbarwiae com- -. with each law a," d piled Nrtnnia K w nuiniuu lb uciciu abe verified, many homeless Breser --..nw.) ...... h t npr.aainiv try relftiCe uguu.v mill in the opportunity to securenomes. aUDltct nomeatiCBu v rS P. -- EVERYTHING NEW ! BOOTS AND SHOES I i e: P.T7. HADSEN & CO,, 39 & il e. FIRST SOLID ST, TrTn-WDBE8- 2 5 at a. 5r c 2J s s 2 a .n fU' iia-ena.- ... rt. Caster. BotoeOitv. Waabakle. Wla'aai'eea BawiiaaW. ai il ..rt 1 . I - -- w m -- -. - axmatroa. W. F. A MIGE STOCj ARMY OF LUMBER YARD AND AN FAIR fe CONFERENCE. mmm, fftYLORp ARMSTRONG CO., Hr On Block East of V. C. JAlilES lflJ. EARDLEV, Lumber, Lath, Shingles, It. R Depot, DOOKS, WINDOWS, JjOST . DIAMOND BREAST FIM,COJiXAl A rewra receive siw The Lflnder will by bringing it to OBDAR POSTS, Etc. J L. GOLUCEKU . WANTED HOV3E- - HX1.GIBL FOR GKSERAI weat Bixm oouiu ei Apply A jwork. dlf Xi . . ... ... . . m.. Tavri rrn . . at Apply - milking eows. mrormauon. , j Una offlce for ' i ul TO LKT. ;t, -- ; t 340 South, First East Stroot, -- V OR HALF BLOCK r lit Light Fair to I 0 !l V lught IClear Bifna! Serviee reports taken at 11 a. m. S.Tj.019.. B Mgh Ofdea .... IClear Stockton .. 'Calm O&lm jFair. Binrbam.. . a x Clear City.. iCaim ,lear 'PTOVOm.... si I M Alta.w.v.. Lgbt Fair Garfield... Lake Park Brightens Bait Lake City, Barometr I10.C2. iv 11. rirzMAi a ice, Bera't filarial Coipa, I '. 1 T. trk . . . "i ( - .' U..H.A - pounds - 40-00- 0 Fresident'a Office dtf TjWLX. USE CHINESE AXD JAPAN I vaa tioous, umnaware, buu, sua Uandkerchlefa, Koveluea. xoya, etc YUK5T CIIUXO. JT. No. 30 Commercial Street. Strictlv Pure White lead ! , il 8l' ) jfa a I p. t i.wj ,i r. r.T juj 'ia. 4 tjmt - t STRAYED. in price ami note Bought before the advance offered in tot to suit at Trices that tlefu Competition . XTOVEMBER 6. FROM FIRST 8OUTII (Street, a bay URSE wilh halter en, branded M on left shoulder, and star m forehead, with small White strip la faec. of. where he ia will bo re- Any information ? war"ea as 00 e. w rei ouum oirecv, i.y 1. XOTICE TO THE PUBLIC ALSO, A FULL STOCK OF ALL SIZES OF I WINDOW GLASS WILli SOT BE BJESPOXainLE AFTIK T X thia dute for any debts oontracieu in mir nnmi w i.rif in a. ni w wrntuiki ui ur:a oaaA consent thereto.. . . a t Salt Lkc City.KoT. . letxi. .. uai vii ' ' d Enamel Rfeady Oneamall bay HORSE, brtiad reaembihig if 4 with aaddle and bridle Otl. )f is not If the above detKribedon animal or before Nav. claimed and' taken away it will be Bold at public aaotion, 18,Citr Ketrav Pouild. Washington atth,the 'i p.m., to the highest responsible at Square e 'fCll 1 Sal It Iake Itf- - SaKLMBUDIV:, . t . Chv Pouadkeeper, d3 alt City. Not. Win; 1888. KSTRAY NOTICK. I Coiiah Fence I leice Hail 101 & ' I . ..... TOTE . M '! . . " i.irfnrvr imvv roundkeeper of said IYeciacL. t u NOTICE TO CRF.DITOR3. j Estate of James Baldwin, Deceased. VTpTICK IS HEXtEIl Y (jIVEN BTTHB A.1 nuderatrneaAdDaiaiatrainr with tbe Will annexed, of tbe Estate of James Bald winj deceased, to tbe creditors ot. and all persona havins claims aarainst the said de eeaaed. to exhibit theaa with, the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first. admin publication of tats notice, to tbe satd at tbe oflice of James U. ilojie, istrator, 49 Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utabia tbe ceuaty or sait juaae. Haded November 13tb, 18SA. vnnrfvT mirtr AdmJaiHraff.rof the Eethleof James lialj . It . . win, decettted. . r , ; Hi,: .fy-.-- I j nt ww r BUY WHITE & SONS REFRIGERATOR rME ATS kaiUMfitfia1 i tit irr IT nillZVand MUTTON, 4f curea for, jujujm.mjo jxxj jjm roperlff TTUJX IN lt& trjMJjA ii ; . A f m. JL Beet Carcaiets, No. 1, No. 'Mutton Carcasaea, No. J, L; , y :y V cent a par la.', centa per fb. iH cents per tt 4 4 Ml Wholesale and Retail, iat "Bc 1, ft 1IAZAU. 01 , &. l9. A MLhh UMS ut 1 SUPERIOR CONDITION ! ; FAR s i tr v 74n nffVmi to lilt. r a mo tn ' ' ; BOOIS, c samt IjAKJe -- V. flevn oiio V 1rTAVl 3 Tl Hi P Ti IVil OjA .AIlUi.UUWJLXUXMVi oitr take pleasure in announcingto to pairpn$ our ttave we added Vi and the public that which enables us to JSetabltan-tneput befort Itefrtferator, m V BROS., .'LEWIS NEJT TO iAVAOE'S aUT We . 20 to 28 E. First South St., Salt Lake City. . &, SOUS. iK8TADU8IIED'-'187- a G. F; CUtElER ; .. Paint ! IVlixed f . 103 U. FIRST SOUTH STREET. FACTORY, AND YARD, CORNER EKiHTH SOOTH AND STATE ROAD (wvim. ant. SALrS EOOilS. -- MBARBELBI.BEADT MIXCD 1ROX ROOF1KQ FIREi PBQOlV at 60c. VR All.ON "All Taints' Reduced in Price at ;U c HAVE . , IN .. TAINT YOUR HOUSES WITH CULU121VS pn ion icit tnign, rigni nma iwi wniic white strip in taca and spot rn farebead, r PRICES!. AT .GREATLY REDUCED 4 KSTItAY NOTICE. . iAa-ht- NORTH OF THE EIGHTH WARD SQUARE. i HOUSE,- 8ECOXD HOUSE fTrfnTE YY (east of Eajrle Gate. Apply . W. A. KOBlilt KB, SlsWUyUt iClear 13 S Wt 23 S W OUEHlXfJ, ALL 19 RXADINESS FOB TUK STEAM PLANING MIIiLTXl - $ 'Clear, GOODS GROCERIES. Oee. Beaaaer, af aaacr. . Gee. H. Taylor. AsalaUat If aaafea. O. D. Semaay. Sacretary aad Traaanrsr. DraaoToas: eerfe Beamaay, Oee.H.Tayter, H. J. Koaaney. . - 5 CLOTHING, S DRY GOODS, hu-u- - 9 16 50 eacli. vraps, THE FOUR STORES. .ntr hv literal finbdivlsions of !.. the public lands of the Uolted SUtes One a or year old HOKSE, yel1owifh or ourasain cuior, wnite aiar in iorenoau black niane and tail, all four feethlack to wards tbe knee, bo brand visible. If dam are and costs 00 said animal be hot 15 days from date e tbm paid! wthi notire, ho will be aold to tbe highest cash tne at Meant neaeani oiaaer, estray pound, at i o'ciock a m.,on -tne zotn uay 91 Aovem . v.- ' i ber JS88. Dated at Mount .Pleasant Precinct, flan petej Co., Uuh, thia loth day of November, aW OBSBBYA TIOX. ' Seal Plusli S12 00 each n i..ci. . Lake 50 1 'r, '.' seal Plus! Wraps, In Vll, 2,000 Garments to Select froiji. . DAILY WEATIIEIt 50 300 FINE SEAL PLUSH WRAPS, 500 NEWMARKETS, 300 MISSES COATS. ' HATE IX BIT POSSESSION: eld One blue iron gray HORSE, S but hai striix of white in face, othmg jears brand visible in shape ot this J.call itlike . wrench, on right thirh, f Old lady I'm sorry to heart little wagon Bald aelmal Is not claimed and taken lr hnv nae such ehockinr lamrnace. T)o away within 15 days from datejt will be sold on saturuay, you know what becomes of Jittfe bays to the nignest casa bidder, i at z p.m. sttn, isb, jiovaoiDer ' 7 JAMES TEMPEST, Urchin Yea'm. Day glta to be hoss I'eundkeepcr. , caranvers. Bivcrton, 8. !. County, Nov. 10th, J888. -KSTItAY MOTICE." War D. s. aray. 1 oted $10 00 each a st-ir- on ftcturra-eat,Slfa- al Elesant Short Wraps, S7 25 each lU-kCV- ClJ j At y ; i-'- occupied, Dunojreu aua aii.j oroof. of residence upon and cultiva- ot the additional eatry t and if nuai aettlemene and cultivation has Sroof made of tbe original entry, when then the the additional entry 4 made, Issue without final proof . patent shall "BBC a. yiisva home-i of the,iiu.-tnder the provlslona wbo a enter to homestead, steadk.tniAHCnintilkit laws, With.. Or Who vvv. UU eonsnail hereaftercomply with the uuu ox saw buwi have made his nnai proox tor a. nn entity of land less than one hundred- - sod stxty acres, and re ceived the reseiver's nun,. thefor -- hall be entitled under said of . E3mpormi3io - .i, nt . 50 " wltk Six Holes at .A2 ... aasve eat reyrtaeatt ear " EilLT BSE AKFA8T acr.l 4 That irom aaa niter me Tartaala Xaanteiea uepper Jteserveir. Sac .hn md n.mrtui !.' than one- enter other Keavisr Than the Heaviest. Better Than the Best quarter section Of land may w 17105 and "r, iuu shall ITOVat Oa" THB AGK. the original entry, , which Taffal MOtV OOXrXJETK ' not, with the landIn first f entered and IK EVERY RESratOT. WAXJVtSMM aar one the aggregate exceed ; during the present year oppressive legislation, the embar-assmeof some of the great om- result of previous Sanies as the the excitements of a presidential election year, the serious ef fects oi tne yellow lever epidemic in the South, etc the large amount of which will go to railway construction the credit of 1833 ia remarkable evi dence of the steady growth of this country ana shows that new railways continue to be a necessity and must continue to be built' In Colorado it is safe to oredic t that the amount of railway building in the coming year will greatly exceed the Aae union racinc, mileage lor Rio Grande. Midland and Hack Island have various projects under advise ment aad numerous surveying parties are In the field. Barring unfavorable legislation, the union racinc Willia Without doubt, make a bez nning on long projected scheme the building cf us owa line to tne racinc uoast. a nis extension ot the Greeley,- - Salt Lake and Pacific, now operated from Gree ley to ixveiana- - to a point on tne utan Central, and from 'Frisco, the south ern terminus or. tne last namea roaa, it is proposed to build an almost straight line to Los Angeles. The Union racinc officials concede that they want 'to do this, but they are legislation hampered by detrimental to such an extent as to virtually make a line SacU any work impossible. would oeneut uoioraao to an extent hard to realize. Kivinc. as it would, a verv much shorter route to tne racinc Coast, all of which would mean a great deal tor Denver and the whole state. A COl'Y. & - i Interview with an legd the system, In Eagle ei - a i "EARLY BREAKFAST " . . - - a , lin - n aaAi ii vi otucij great-grandchildr- en. - TJ a mo I ii - Kdilor Dttertt this year Hods that "during Being out of employment for a short country the first ten mooths main line track determined I Gara to time was laid In forty four states and 'ternpon visit ritories od 280 line", to the sggreeate field County to see my eldest daughof 5,790 miles. 01 this amount ter; seven of my grandchildren and amount the couatry west of the Missouri I started river Ukes 96 lines and 2,275 miles of eight on the 20tb of October, for Garfield track, and Colorado makes the excel212 miles lent ihowinc of six lines-anCounty. At MUtord I met my track. The Age in looking over the me to bt took Worthen.wbo neia ventures tne estimate mac irom ' Pangaltch. After visiting my relatives 1,900 to 2,000 miles more of new track will be added to complete the record there, and spending two or three of the year, making the total new in Pangnitch ' Lake, days--r fishing mileage oi 1&& between 7,000 and and having an enjoyable time. 8,000 miles which will fully justify the Brother E. Bunker, M. M. 8teele, Jr., estimates made by this Journal in the in its J aiy spring and confirmed miles James Abbott and myself started, on early are. If only 7,000 Statement. ot 29th the mountains for the October, bnilt the record for 1888 will still ex 30 some where from miles ot here, ceed that of aft but four previous years thef headwaters of- the Sevier apt lag in the history ot the country, namely, a hunt. deer fortbron 1887. 1SS0. 1S32. 1881. Of ceurse, the We arrived at camp late in the evenweather aetting in ot very severe me coming and arranged ourselves comfort- early esectto will nave tne prevent ' In the the morning pletion of some ef the work now in ,nlght. ably for we with ourselves armed .plenty hand. early the various condi of cartridges, brightened up eur guns tions inConsidering the way of railway building ay ii a then?. Denver JVetes. The Railway Aat in figuring up the azaretrite railway constmction iu )he anti-railw- r"Wk , r . Mwlre Hats than any Honse in Utah. one-quirt- er ot for the cominc slaughter, and separat each one taking a different coarse. ed, I do not know wbat kind of country the rest traveled over, but did not find anything but hills, black rocks and timber in my travel. All imy experience with deer was a glimpse of one. The deer being wild, the others of the party had no betterwelack than I had.out all started Next morning again,-aaI got into a very rough country composed of high hills. of volcanic rocks, cut up with deep gorges. The hills were densely covered wtth timber. After traveling for some time, 1 came to 'the painfulcon elusion that I wa lost oa the mountain; I was completely turned around and could sea nothing, but volcanic ledges and deep gullie-- and the timber belBRSO thick, I could only, see these as I came to them. I "traveled and exerted myself until I was worn out vrtth fatfsue trylcg to find some high peak that i coma get upon, so that I might ascertain where I .was.but in this I tailed. Darkness overtook me ia tkis c 3 nidi t ion, so I looked around for a camping around. I found a huge pine. log. about two feet thick at the butt, and fire taktng ths limbs I built a large over it. About thia time it began snowing and blowing in a terrific manner. I was not in a very composed stave of ml ad. as the wind whistled and screeched through the timbers, and the blinding snow almost obscured my vision, bnt I conld not' continue climbing about, as the more I traveled the more completely bewildered I became. Ia this place 1 had concluded to pass the night, and yon can Understand that my position enviwas by no means an matters one. To make able worse, my clotblng was light, and having no contend only-- pair ot thin shoes, I soon got wet from bead to-- foot. By mldalght the fire, with the assistance of the wind, had consumed the whole of the log, so I had to put in the remainder ot the night in gathering wood for the lira to keep warm. By daylight the snow was eight Inches deep and waa still falling I had concluded that I would never get 1out ot this dilemma alive; the most regretted was, to have wild beasts devour my body. Aa daylight came I studied the matter over aad I made up my mind that I must struggle on, aa no one would ever find me where I was, so I started and tried to take the back track; la doing sal would cross my own track to eat or quite often. I had nothing drink, and had to eat snow. My object waa to res back to where I had preseea water. This I did about viously 10 or 11 o'clock, and it happened to be in the direction of camp, tnongh 1 did not know it. I built a fixe by the water, aad, having no more matches, concluded to stay ithere until 1 waa found, dead or alive. I was drying my shoes aad stockings, and wishiur for something to come along that I might kill It to eat. About 3 o'clock in the afternoon a magpie Aew upon a tree and I shot it. One of our party, who were hunting far me, beard th report of my gun and ana shot, to wnica I re swered bv Urine Boon Brother Abbott came to plied. me. and you mav believe we were eiad to see each other. He was excited aa he came up. and asked me if all waa right: I assured him It was, except that i waa very weak, not having had aavthiaa to eat ; the day. before. I learned that it was about 'seven miles to our camp, aad nine or tea miles from where I eteyed the night before. He had a coupl of biscaits ia his I ate with a pocke. andwhich we . started for camp. aallan, He carried my gun and wo marched 1 JU VUI'lUg UVVHIVJMiJ lUT C nntUaontnndowr,w&en, wa reached camp; isrotner Abbott then: went on to the monntara and made a largo firea to aignal the others, aa they had prevl-osly agreed. The others cam in alter night, and were overloyed to find me safe. They told how they had fired off their guns, aad made huge fires tha oexore. to let me know wnere n'gnt .... V ii " - . li IB bi - . on pre-empti- 111 grand-son.Frank- :"r-''-- : ' AHbJ H hVl M Hm IHrl i u n ir rti iwii ii UlUli )H n Jl IX M a V r 1 11 ui tk 7sa THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE HATTERS. law, Alius upon under tbe or entry of under the homestead- law not of may make a homestead entry section of pubexceeding lic land mbjict to each entry, such tbe contrary prevbons flilng or entry to but this right shall notwithstanding not apply ta persons who perlefet title or to lands Under tbe homestead laws already initiated. "69C. 2. That whenever itehall.be made to appear to the register and receiver of any public land cfilce, under SUCH regulations aa uio thfl int.Tinr mav prescribe, that any under settler upon the public domain i law,' Is unable by reason of existing whole or partial destruction dreutb, of crops, sickness, or other unavoidable casualty, to.secnre a support for. himself, herself , er those depend-r eat f upon Dim ut, then upon, the lands settled : and tnay ariats tp.iftlrer ...f. j to such settler a leave of absence grant Itbe w&icu no ot mjc claim from .. tha upon nrto1 not exceedinil k.. u.wu tiii usa one year at any one time, and such settler so granted leavj of absenceahall forfeit no rights by reason of eucb Provided, That the time of such .rauna shall not he deducted .m.i from the actual repidt nee : rvqutred, by . law. i h.- - ; . of the pub tionstaud parts of sections the lirai.a of the Dor ot lands to ot he several grantsof railroads. tions .m tn v.a .nnatrncio3 Kama vwfcM .tti.k jy Li i u.ts liaun Karnlv of rr. v and which may herealter be forfeited, whlcl were auwa iubo ui by the act maaing 1ma,: hnnfl. Iflf riiiid tit tbe double minimum price and. also, of all lands WllBrn toe IILUluo ui uj nvu i not embraced in the grant gran-an- d "yln adiacent to and coterminous with the portions ol the line of any ucn railroad which saaii not oe compiewcu fixed at tbe date ot this act, U e hereby cents per at one dollar and twenty-fiv- d Ntct - ' IBLlWOi lie tt enacted, etc., f hit any person oai not beretolore perfected title to a tract of land which he has made - Paxqcitcb, i who - 1888. ; i an-tiith- er - i l : I ! Nov. 7, - 3D UJ BTJ2CT - i Editor Dctertl Nevii: ' Some let? weeks ago 1 gave a synopsis ot a bill pending tiefofe Congress containing important and beneficent provialons.and predicted that It would pass both houses. Well, the prediction proved correct, but the bill failed to: become a law because it was not reached by the President for signature!, before tbe adjjurnment of Congress. I have no doubt that the clatter, will rteelt'e early attention when Congress reconvenes in December; that tbe bill will tfe of the Frest-den- ti and receive the signature may be Iu order that the people I print It familiar with its provisions, entire in this letter to the exclusion of otaer matter,s deeming it of the ntmojk , imdqrtance "An act to allow persons who have abandoned or reilnquisbed their homestead entries, to make ehtry and for other pur- - - Victoria. B. C, Nov. 10. The daughter ot William ACbm?rBta botU pf carbolic acid aad5drafiktttwo days ago. " She died thia afternoon. SC Helena, Or.; Nov. 10. A boy 1 named Anderson, was acyean of age, by bis nephew, George cidentally snot on Island, JhompfQB, boy Sauvies' was' fooling - with the of aiun and it west oftaccl Wgtt $en tally f the bail piercing Aaderson's h sart and killing bios iaataatiy "Bennett.- - Neb-- , Nov. ---IdP William son year-old llenry pnkee, the fllteen ot Mr. aad Mrs.' a. J. Dakes. was . thia morning. ii and klltodat , hiSNyouDger brother went down to . fiogtr Kajnp'rsand bank for a load of k.i nmo wv A M iiiui rtmffvum land. They bad part ot a load on the vamp of toe timber conld oa account Vinson when tie bank fell, barring acd the Will wider It. Before he could be not see the fires. We came home next day, having killed bnt one deer. I extricated ha waa smothered to death. Ever staee tnen 1 bave my walked lato the quartern ia the chimney taken cornerupand ' Tb other dar taaiV a atLoui vile Ky., bav stayed there- pretty closely. NortoeUfinaary home ia a week or tea days weak aad ttent old man wbo akcd to will start ' eye. I am quite well. ,. be treated for a cataract on bisman-'arcv ' and the kindly c Yonra trnlr, . -' lie had no money, , of the institution tok bim under Gbow. Hbxbt "'rv.' ueir care and be remains with them ! this man, i'iftT.sevea ago years today, David Mernwether, was elected to the ., : of S. by a majority leglaiatnre o omrvote ovarKentucky JadRe Henry Bullock. Is 87 yars ot age,aod W lr. Merrlwetber Spriagvllle, November 5, Bollock ia iV btrnmxv to aay, 188,kesp:R-A. of pneumonia,-Mraged the )ndge, without wealth or friends 8f years and t months. . be Wheeler, embraced the to aid him, is. an inmate of the hos' (Jlouceaterebire, pital that today is cariag for bis old tioapei ia Cbeltecnam, Utah in 1853, and re to emigrated Fngland; opponent. political, Totrtyix years agq -- David Merrlwetber ' was la aided ia Spriagviile aaUl ber death. of thevir- zenith his political Kentucky. He had lost power-l- a A.t Lewiston, Cache Vounty, toaecceed Henry Clay in OHC.BABD. Ulaa, Koveinber lit, Bnanah Orchard, that Senate, the Uaited 'tgtateadied great in XSOi. He tired ia the 79 Ui year of bar age. bhe waa bora suteaman having ot the place aad waa made governor of Jaiull, laoalat Badge; Pariah of Koxfield, New Mexico. He resigned the office Wilta, England, and iomed'Ue Church alter a eervlce ot two rears and went about the j ear '. 1847 ; emigrated to btf k to Kentacky, atlll a great power ttahin l&S, sad haa lifsd .the jaTtfea t ttau. Tae story ef : tie life Lfe 'sf a', true' aad, faithful ! t4Uex-dalacer-th- e story that brought Ma pen 1 nlleaa aad almost friendless to' seek Saiatr ever . aettlngan example1 W ber abe became the cfcarity and abetter at the hospital 1 eiuldren nae oeea xoia very jiten aoout soma acuoaJnted. exhorting tham to ataad Arm " statesmen. Jle Xaadtrnee the prmolplea of tie Goepel of others ot oar old-u. loved the world and spent his fortune l CbrUt.-- 3be waa beloved and esteemed wwtta lavish baa da la the manner of a who xnew her, and died aa a child going Kentacky magnate. The .world has a aicknejaoralx days, ia the long since forgot hlaj.' Even In his taaleeivaftar own aute moet people had thought full hope of a glortouii rennrrectlon. Her : until be HooA at the bMpital reoQAJaa were Interred ta tb pof aa ,cem rala4ed :t r . ; floor asking for shelter, r! ii 1.1 at, .it. ! L. rail-wa- LaKI ClTV, 0Temberl3th,18?8. " i Ticket Scalpers Railway The New Additional Homestead Construction Westward. , Bill That Did Not Become " P. T. DcBot4tbe rMtbllcan- delegate to Co agrees tram Idaho, has In stltated legal proceedings to er Join the county ",'comxnlaslonera of Bingham Couaty.'fdaho, from coaotlng the vote Xast at Rexborg last Tuesday. The mptlve for thU act la to exclade the ballots ol those who acceded from the 'Mormoa"- - Chnrcb to; vote tor . the democratic nominee. 1 - but that it might A I. I I lURb U UB1U t U 1 IIUUIN I T" assbclatiofi be orse. The two fishermen ,who cenily the Colorado-tjta- h Infixed Chairman and to issued not say up thrUIingly, through weaadetplf, terested in the scene about to be de- Rich a list of Instructions to train scribed, may well take comfoit from asenta, conductors and collectors relathe oldadafe. ; A passenger) who tive to the manner of handling these n ached thia city last evening on the round-tri- p tourist tickets said at the north-boun- d Utah Central train, states Missouri Blver. These Instructions that iaaT beyond.' Draper a serious demand that if the description In casualty occurred, but which might the ticket be not punched so easily have been mnch more grate. as to filrly describe the passen fronVtfie description Of the place ger, the agent shall punch it arid also where the accident happened, as given see that it Is properly signed on the d porby our laf ormaat, we take It to be the face, i Ia handling the Point ot the Mounuin. tion of the ticket the train man is A .wagon loaded . with fresh. . fish, cautioned to carefully scrutinize the ' probably .Just cauzht in Utah" Lake, passenger and aathfy himself as to ' was crossing the when Whether the holder wai the original track the . train came along. - A col purchaser as indicated by the pur.cbed not liibncdald bt aroidedi description. If the description docs and theAgon ai lnUhtly reduced not. correspond with, the passenger, to kindling wood.whUe fresh lUh lined then the agent will tateatich etepfl as the . rails for a considerable distance. he may deem advisable, aucti as requestioning the Two men were in the wagon, but from quiring signature, aa to residence, aakiug for manaer the in which ams of the train ftoaaenger other documents tending to crew critic zid their handiwork in prove Identity, asking when, where and on wbat date the ticket was purdisputing the rlgh: of way with a loco- chased, or seek by any other means to our that motive, loijrmant Inferred, Identify the passenger. If convinced the fUbermen were not seriously hurt; that the ticket has beerf purchased at second bind the agent will write Waetber Uey eseaped by imsplbg aeroaa back ot the coupon, "canfron.rhe wagon In the nick ot tiniu.'or celed." the .Before an agent, conducin a hi re nl racoloas manner, is not tor or collector decides positively" stated. The train was stopped which to cancel a ticket, be must Inbe abis sure that the ticket wrong gave opportunity tor atriatervie be- solutely hands.- After be has been fully con tween the train men and the fisher- vinced that the person presenting the men.. ticket is not tha original purchaser As soon as the engine had disposed then he will hare a legal right to can it. Supplementary Instructions to of the wagon, the horses took to flight, cel train agents nave aiso oeea issued oy from which circumstance jit may be Mr. Jt ch. in which be says to them : this o c daily Inferred that neither of them was Vou will report oftoround the total number trip tickets either killed or crippled. The results to V Colorado and tab points handled of the 'disaster, aeeffl, therefore, to be by rod. Ton should also keep a recthe loss of a wagon, and a load of ord of each Colorado aad Utah tourist fresh Ua, and probably some danger ticket bandied by you, showing Jesuit g to the taf ness. The horses will no or Utah to which the ticket was sold, tae Missouri K.ver to or doubt be recovered. point onwhich the t'eket returns,form. through number and name of purchaser' it seen HUXTlXO DEER. wi:i be by this that whether or not there is any punishment by wcieh the roads to call down these A Night on the Mountains In a are after them, anscalpers, i will red-h-make their for nefarious business life Storm. f.Ctmii Is - ' ' ' . Ta salpiaent ol cattle out o UUk to MBtera marketa still coatlades. A oood iarsr paad cm find tedy -- ' review. tAND BiiLWAY itbms. - 8cltare4 O'er th Landscape by a After - FBA6MENT5. r - . Rock Prices' ,V V. LINK OF A V"; .' SHOES, HATS. ROBBER GOODS, ' VR OUTER OUB ENTIRE LINK OF i . - . . IiAWES'. MISSES' AND CHILDKEN'S COATS.; MS, Etc., AT COST $l'tsA:i(o'w' la the time to tecur Bargainers " - CIIOICA DUITEU AIl ' ttICaOf ', . V ON irAM. !