EVENING NEWS. Thursday. A October 7, ST. JOHNS, ARIZONA. Site ceilancoiis Items Respecting th6 Town," Climate, Ktfc. I? Conference of the Youog Men's Mutual improvement Asociations of the Salt Lake Stake of ion will be held in tbe Assembly Hall of thi. city, i;omtnecciDR m. and i p.m. on Saturday the fcUh lnst. and In the TabcxnaCier commencing at. 10 a. to. and 7 p. ra. on Sunday, the 30;h Inst, whih the members of these organizations tad aoj others, who feel Interested in the work they are engaged in, are Invited to attend, and the officers of the same especially requested to do so. Geo. C. Lambkrt, atja. B. Royal Of the St ke Youku, Superlntendency. FRAGMENTS. Til k carp car Is at Ogden today. It will reach Salt Lake tomorrow eveningFour of the five juror summoned on qperj venire id the cill were from Mill Creek. Thk "Widow O'Bri'eL" is comlnjr id will shortlylappear. See adver- lat . We are in receipt of a communication which describes the present status of matters in general, in and around St. Johns, Arizona, as bttnfe Iff a very satisfactory condition. A considerable number of "Mormons" hate located in that region, but there is little or no c!a$blng between different Class s of citizens. Thfe fidtriinlstra,-tlr- n of the law by Judge Wright is spoken of as being impartial, and the District Attorney, Harris Baldwin, to be taking a similar , h said course. Crops have been good tMs season, and young orchards and shade trees'are growing finely. Some grapes and a few pine apples were raised this season. The SC. John's reservoir is a success, and did much good this season. It is expected that next spring water will fliw iu the new city dltcb, wlrca will greatly hasten the improvement and growth of the place. A grist mill, recently erected, is doing a good business, and the St. Johns C. M. & M. I., a mercantile establishment, is prospering. An addition to the Latter-daSaints' meeting bouse is being constructed, which will mater-- ' ?!'!ly increase its capacity; The town has a !! y DRAMATIC COMPANY tisement. which has been playing to good houses, H. PKMnitoKK has secured the right a tailor, several shoemakers, ect. fo tbe ej iuslve sare, in Salt Lake, of ttock and limestone arc handy, and of obwood cm be $be "American Gem" sewing michlae. a load tained Head his aclvt. in less a day. than There is a rumor that coal has been Yrstkkdav afternoon K. W. W. discovered near St. Johns. A board of Leamin, a well known cii!z?a of has been established for the died in that city of typboid fever. arbitrators of purpose settling differences arising He leaves a wile and six children, one between the " Mormons " and their about a year old. The deceascdwas 40 ueighbors. Most of the year the cliyears of age. mate and weather are delightful, the Saclie Davis, who escaped from the spiing winds beiug the most unpleasant feature. Little or no snow falls, and city jail a short time ago, when r Servian out a sentence, .fcavicg labor can be continued the been civcn liberty as a "trusty," wa.s year round. A class for the study of brought back yesterday and will finish the Spanish language has been organthe 75 days required to complete her ized under the auspices of tbe Seventerm. ties. It is believed that St. Johns will yet be an importaut central point. The Changes. the town is rich in Elder W. 11. Hill Is released from region surrounding mineral wealth. t thfc Leeds Conference, and appointed to labor in the Nottingham Conference. CACHE COUNTY. The President of the London Conference has changed his address. It Is ?W: Ballard, 11 Chichester NotrR and Harrow Koad, Happenings in the North Place, renry W. Tne address of the London. President of the Country. Newcastle Conference will be: John II 7 Hendon Valley Iiad, Sheriff Crookston yesterday sent a Sunderland, Durham Countv. Millenbox of Cache County products to the nial Alar. Provo fair.which commences on Tuesday. The box contained some mamDeclared Void. moth specimens of onions, potatoes In the Gilmore-Sear- s la tbe and carrots which it would be hard to suit, Third District Court yesterday after beat anywhere. boon, the question of the validity Of Last evening William McNeil, of LoSection if, Chapter viii, Laws of gan, was arrested on the charge of Utah, ISSC, was raised. The court unlaivlul cohabitation. He was before held that the action was Invalid. It the Commissioner and gave bonds for provides for the' appointment of two his appearance before the Commisdisinterested persons to appraise, sioner at 2 m. on p. Tuesday neit for within ten days, tbe damage done by an examination. trespassing acimals, as a John Barber, of Logan, was before to a suit for the recovery of the same. Commissioner Goodwin yesterday. The chirge against him was unlawful A Grist Mill Darned. cohabitation. Mary Petersen was examined as a witness, but there being By letter from James W. Watson, of ne evidence the cae was postponed Glendalc, Kane County, we learn that until Monday next at 2 p. m. Mr. Barthe grist mill there, belonging to Leit-- : ber was placed under bonds in the sum of $l,0O0. head, Broadbent Ua Sunday Deputy Marshals Steele Co., was, a few days ago, totally destroyed by fire. and Whetstone, accompanied by ComThe mill contained about 400 bushels missioner Goodwin, went to Newton made a raid upon a number of of grain, and tbe total loss is betvveet and houses there. They arrsted John three and four thousand dollars. The Jenkins on an indictment, and placed Are is supposed to have him nndcr bonds to in Loean or. Tuesday ready to appear go to Ogden. Mr. from a heated journal. Theoriginated destruc- Jenkins his appearance on Tuestion of tbe raHl is a calamity that the day and made was taken to Ogden. He is Indicted, we understand, for unlawful people of that region will feel cohabitation. On Monday evening Peter Benson, of Newton, was arrested on the unlawful cohabitation charge. He was bound Probate Court. over to appear at the commissioner's Proceedings before Judge Smith, in otilee in Lrosran on Tuesday for eMtni-nalio- n. the Salt Lake County Probate Court The bonds were placed at Christina Nielsen was bound $1,000. yesterday : over to appear as a witness. On Sunday evening last Mads showlu? that legU notice to creditors had been given in the of Trenton, was arrested by matter of the estate of Christian J. Deputy Marshals Steele and Whetstone. He was allowed freed im on Swaner. bis own recognizance to appear at In the matter of the estite of Taos. Commiss oner Goodwin's residence on J. Joaes, deceased, an order was made Monday for examination. On Monday he came before the commissioner appointing time and place for settle- and was bound over on a charge of unment of final account and for publica- lawful cohabitation in the sum of tion and proof of posting natices. The $1,00C to await tbe action of the grand l!lst-o- f Savember was the day fixed. Jury. Hannah Christiansen, who is said to be the second wife, was bound In the matter of the estate of Samuel over to appear when wanted as a witan Sharp Walker, order admitting to ness. A few days ago a very disgraceful probate the will was male, and ap occurred at Smitbflld. polntlnj Jaseph R. and Matthew H. disturbance It happened on Sunday and the folWalker executors. Monday nigbt, and tbe particiThe mmlage certificate of Martin lowing pants were a crowd of hoodlums. Aukastrand and Maria Mathilda Erick-to- o There resides in Smitattcld a quiet and tneffensive gentlemau named G. W. was filed. Gustafseu. Oa th.; above referred to these roughs went to Mr. Gustafsen's house and engaged in Mill Burned. various exploits of a disgraceful naFrom Hon. John Rider, of Kanab, ture. They shot Mr. G's dog, shot we learn that, a few days since, a seri- through one of the doors of bis bouse, ous misfortune befell the ffnorl nnnlo threi rocks at the house and otherwise disturbed the quiet of the neighof Long Valley, K inab County . Tois borhood. Not content with carrying was the tfasstructloo fey tire of the only on in this manner, they did not leave his premises without stealing a gun grist mill la that section, situated at and skins from his uremises. Besides the building 500 hit is several Qlendale. to be hoped that thos j euiity will bushels of wheat was consumed. oe punisaea 10 tne IJll extent 01 the This is a serious blow to the pro- law. Logan Journal, Oct 20., prietors Brothers Lelthead, Broad-beand Jmith aud likenu t th Laid to Rest. waolecfHba people of the valley, the small community being thns suddenly Tbe funeral of Mother Symons, of dfpriyed ol mat of their breadstuff, the Kighth Ward, was held yesterday and have no mill witiin a reasonable afternoon at one o'clock, in the ward distance. in the presence of a meeting-housBrother Leithead, a sagacious and congregation of friends oi the decapaple man, was the mliler as well as ceased, whose life of long part proprietor. On the evening of usefulness aud with intjgrity, the night oa whicU tbe fire occurred, her many noble qualities, had endeared he observed a neculiar smell in ih. her to all who knew her. The sermill, and fearing It indicated fire, ex vices were conducted by Bishop's amined the premised thoroughly, but Counselor, Joseph McMurrin. Coundiscovered nothing. In the night, selor Brockbank offered prayer, and however, tbe flimes broke out, result- Bishop O. F. Whitney delivered & dising, as before stated. In the total de- course appropriate to the .occasion, struction of the building and con- after which brief remarks were made tents. by Elders 'George Goddard, Solon As there was no store In the mill Foster and Joseph McMurrin. The and nothing upon which, to base the Elgbta Ward choir, with Brother John theory of spontaneous combustion. It Chamberlain at the organ, furnished is believed that the fire originated music sweet and suitable. ir&rn an overheated "governor," or Sister Symons was nearly 95 years of some other portion of the machinery. age when she passed a fray, and lived and died a staunch and faithful Latter-da- y Saint. Peace to her ashes. Police Items. K I. Harris was taken in by the police last night, for being drunk. From Prison. James Iluben, who got drunk last This morning five "Mormons" who night and disturbed the peace of the who were sentenced in the First DisSalvation Army people, was arrested, trict Court at Option on May 28, for and is to he tried this af ernoon. with their wives, were released living Henry Tipton, when tbe police at- from tbe penitentiary. They were: to tempted arrest him for drunkenWUlard Bingham, of Wilson, Weber ness aaddisturbing tbe peace, vigorCounty, sentenced to imprisonment ously resistei the ollloers, but the for six months, and to pay the costs latter were too much for him, so he of the prosecution, $65 95. repoaes in Jail to await tne result of a B. Biwsoa, of Harnsville, Daniel Judicial Inquiry into the affair. Weber six months, $103 fine County, W. D. Wlnnaady, a soldier, inter- and $62 10 costs. fered with the police, last nigbt while L"ivi J. Taylor, of Harrisvllle, Weber they were maklag an arrest, and was six months, $100 fine and $45 County, himself held to answer for his viola-Io- n costs. of the statute. Ralph Djuglas.of Ogden.six months, W. Manning Is awaiting trial for a $50 fine and costs. drunken spree last night. Joseph Wadswortb, of Hooper, P. Crawley is In Jail and will be tried Weber County , six months and costs for the offense of vagrancy. of case. Mike MurpCiy was taken into custody Bro'h rs Bawson and Douglas were early this morning for battering Joba members of the "Mormon" Battalion. W. Stephens. According to the latter' story, the men were in a saloon with a number of others. Morphy They bad a baby show in Arizona Zulick being asked Stephens to take a drink and the recently and toGovernor decide which was the called upon latter refused. Murphy became' of- finest, gave each ba y presented a fended at this, and seizing a beer glass premium. made a vicious assault on Stephens. Several large gashes were cut in the Nicholas Lemke, of Pittsburg, says letter's head, and with tbe cuts and that he was bora in Poland In 1781, bruises Inflicted be presented a sorry and therefore Is 106 years old. sight. He appeared In the Police Court this morning to make the t, W. M. Feat herl , editor of the Au and was suffering severely from Sable (Mich ) Monitor, has been whipthe beating, which came near usmz ped seven times and had eight libel him ap. five in suits years. O3-dt-- n, sbe-wa- a out-doo- . K-ls- pre-requis- ite Chris-tainse- nl-rh'- - - . nt e, . , coa-plain- Mr. Winder could FIRST DISTRICT COURT. not Cas-Busi- -lies tn - ttG-la- Otier-hecs- li. . . Hem-thing- s, it-M- N . line. At the residence H. C. Santeuilre said that he was bride's parents, Mr. John Held to Mies foreman at Mammoth Hollow; nigbt James was there on the 7ch of the month; Anna Evans,90thdaughter on ofthe Mr. IStb of the Evans of the Ward, Was acquainted wih Flaherty the ocwfeore month. catjih cupants of the the shooting occured were Leecb, Donahue and Eather; I went to the cabin abrrnt ten o'clock tbe night of the seventh and saw Leech, in the first or.east room ; he told me wfeat Akgell. Truman Osborn Angell was the was done; I passed into .the other third sob of James Angell and Phebe Morroom, and saw Flarberty lying dead on ton, and was born at North Providence, the bunk; his legs were hanging one Uhode Island, June Sth, 1810. across the other, and touching tbe When about seventeen years old he com floor; his head was on his right arm; a wound in bis forehead ;saw menced to learn the carpenter and Joiner's was there Donahue at the bead of the bed, aptrade, and afterwards became a proficient parently asleep, bis face burned with mechanic. His early educational advanin tbe tages were very limited. When abont 19 powder and a bullet Ihole sent notice years wall close by his head. of age- h joined the Freewill Bapto Diamond and he went a (ew minutes ahead of me to the cabin and tists. In the fall of 1831 he removed with his was there when I arrived. Mr. PhilY., lips went to town for the officers; I mother to China, Green County, met him and Joseph Blanchard on my where her km folks resided, and here he way to the cabin. shortly after married Polly Johnson, who John T. Sullivan testified: Was was familiarly known throughout our comconstable for Tintic precinct; was jminity until her death, which occurred in called to go to Mammoth Hollow the as "Aunt Polly." night of the 7th ; arrived there before 1878, He joined the Church of Jesus Christ of one o'clock in the nigbt. Witness testified to finding the persons testiLatter day Saints in January, 1832, and the fied to by previous witnesses in the next spring went on a mission, with Elder room of the cabin and the same posiHolbrook. He resided for some tion and condition of deceased and of Joseph at Lima, New York, gathered with the Donahue. Aroused Donahue and time Saints at Kirtland, Ohio, in the fall of 1835, said, 'Hello, , you Jlook Hike 'some and immediately commenced working upon one had been taking a shot at you." He replied, maybe you tLlak they the Temple, where he continued until its 'aint." His lace was powder burnt dedication, and had the supervision of fin and there was a hole In the wall close ishing an Important portion of the same. to his head. .Leech asked me to take of the Second Quorum a drink, and passed some whisky 6flie was a member Seventies ; passed through the persecu around. Thomas Diamond testified: Knew tions in Missouri, and ftrand refuge in out irem work Nauvoo. He was superintendent Of car. Flaherty; I was called at the mine about 10 o'clock the night penter work on the Nauvoo Temple under of the 7th, and went to the cabin; William Weeks, the architect, and after the fouud Leecb, Donahue and deceased latter left Nauvoo in company with the Flathere; blood was running from of Twelve Apostles, the sole charge df finish herty'sonhead, and there was a pool curled ing and design fell upon him. blood the bed. Donahue lay He was chosen to m one of the Pioneers up on the bunk. I remained there until the officers came. Tbe body was of the valley, and soon after arriving he was not moved during that time. Leech xchosen Architect of the Church, which went out once; was gone about twenty position he held until his death. In 1156 he minutes and returned with a bottle of went on a mission to Europe, which occuwhisky. Passed it around ; I did not drink. Am quite sure Mansfield was pied 13 months, spent in traveling over the Dritish Isleand considerable of the contis there. Noon recess was then taken, after nent, collecting information concerning which Peter Gillespie testified: Was architecture, and preachfng. at Mammoth Hallow Oct. 7th. At 8 He designed many brtildings for the Ter o'clock that evening heard a shot fired in the direction ol the cabins; airecuv ritory including the Temple now fn course afterwards beard a second shot. Did of election in this city, and the one at St. not look the first time towards tbe George. He leaves 2 wives nd 13 children second; thought it was cabin; did the at the cabin; was about 150 yards away. and was the father of 20 children and living, had 42 There was a dance in town that night, grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. and a good manr people around. Mr. Adams testified as to location of He was the senior President of the Fourteenth Quorum of Seventies for many premises, etc. Mr. Donahue testified as to being at years, until, becoming too feeble to attend the cabin when the shooting occurred; to the duties of that pos tion he was in Feb., was talking with Leech and Flaherty, 1884, released from it and ordained a High when Eather came iu; Leech asked Priest and Patriarch. lOOM. Eather to go after whisky ; when Either came back I about When Eather being on a skylark. came in with the whisky and said something about shooting, I said to b him: "You s Pearson. At 239 Second North Street, ,you can't shoot." Eather then went out, and soon came October 27th, 1887, Harriet Pearson, lato of In with two pistols ; he threw one on Rochdale, Lancashire, England, aged 61 the bed and told me to defend myself. years. It was empty. He fired a shot, and Funeral from residence at 2 p. m. then went out and soon returned; be ttnn shot directly at Flaherty; was (Friday). Friends invited. Millennial Star please copy. about three feet away. Ltech picked tbe pistol up the first b time and said: "You s .what do you give an empty pistol for to de fendwith?" Tbe shot came near my head ;.the second.snot was at Flaherty. Witness testified that he was born in Stock, Money, Groceries and and come west in an Pennsylvania, Provision Markets. early day; was 33 years Old; bad been in Nevada and New Mexico; had Dkskkkt News officii.Oct. 1887 killed a man in the latter territory and 27, Salt Lake City, served a term in the penitentiary for it. His testimony was contrary to SALT LAKE MARKET. that before the commissioner, shewn In court, tie said before tbe commisCorrected daily bv eadtng Houe. sioner also that he did not remember PROVISIONS. he said.to Eather on tbe day anything Maying Selling of the shooting in tbe saloon; now be S 50 Whole Wheat Floor testified as to what was said. 53 H igh Patent Roller. ....... ltd Vedrn Loverage entered a plea of Patent 8 50 2 35 Holler not guilty. 00 2 25 xxxx case was set lor Flour, The McGrath 1 75 2 00 xxx Flour, 2 5ft Nov. 12. 2 25 Graham Flour, 60 German Ellsworth entered a plea of Wheat per bu 1 1 20 sentence .Nov. lain. Gate per 100 guilty; setS.lorJones 1 00 100. entered a plea of Barley per Joseph 1 15 Barley...Cracked not Kuilty. 1 20 '1 40 Henry G. Boyle's case set for plea to Corn. 50 135 Cracked Corn 3 be entered iSov. J. 50 30 Potatoes per bu 1 26 100 Rye per bu 1 35 B fore Judge Boreman, at Ogden : 1 00 FieldPeas 00 8 per ton 8 00 United States vs. Jens C. Gasburg. Squash Mangles per ton 7 00 6 so unlawful cohabitation. Piea of not Lucent seed, 100B 1 00 90 Bran per 100 ruiKv entered. 1 00 90 100 Wm. Kkeen vs. the Central Pacific Shorts perseed. 7 50 6 50 100S Timothy Railroad Company. Trial set for No7 50 6 50 Red top seed, look vember 5th. 12 50 10 00 100k..:...: Clover seed, The People vs. If . S. Bell, burglary ; Hay, timothy, baled per ton 14 00 18 00 plea changed to guilty. Sentenced to Hay, timothy and clover, 14 00 18 08 two years' imprisonment. per ton (baled).... 13 00 8 00 United States vs. Oscar Farley, un Hay. lucern, pe.- ton (baled) to 8 00 (loose).......: lawful cohabitation; plea changed to Lueern, 11 0b Hay, red top (loose)....'.... guilty. (loose) Hay, timthy, vs. CrawWilliam Booth etal. 00 Harry Beans per 100 "8-- 1 ford ; order for Injunction. 85 Carrots per bushel 00 75 United States vs. Andrew Stromberg, Onions per bushel unlawful cohabitation; plea of not QROCERIKS. - Dellawtent Water Kitten from the Salt persons using water Lake City Waterworks, whose rates for the six months ending December 31st. 1SS7, have not been paid, are hereby notified that the same are delinquent and must be paid forthwith or tbe water will be turped off from tbe by law premises of such person, assection ot provided. Following is the City Ordinance relating to the same: "If any person neglect, refuse or fall to pay his water rate within twenty days from the date of notice, the Assessor and Collector is authorized and empowered to have the water turned off from tbe premises of said person where such nnpsid water rate is assessed, and before the water shall be tuffled on again all delinquent water rates mast be paid in full up to the end of the term as assessed, and 50 cents additional for expenses." DOS'r FORtiET IT. That at Newcombe's gallery, west of Opera House you can get cabinet for $8 00 and per photographs doSea. $4-0- r aVm paid for Potatoes St the Blood Elixir is th puarairteed: It is St jWrfcfcvo etrre for Ulcers, Eruptions, or SyaTfiltti Poi Bespectf allj, onine. It purifies the Sswflfy B. T. llAMPTOi. and banishes all Rheumatic and Neu- AssessGf and Collector of Water Rates. Office No. i, Cltr Hail, Salt Lake ralgic pains. We guarantee it. dtf . Fo Sale t Z. C. M. I. Draft-- Store. City, October 22, 17, , - f 1 wi BEFORE 111 1 ix. (O.Mi:it?'K Newcombe's for fine pboto- -- Elsewhere, call at F. Auerbah A Bro's store. You are sure to save graphs. West of Opera House. Cao?- one price time and money nets only $3 00 to $4.00 per dozen. IIavk you Seta Dcnfobds $2 00 GO TO Shoe lor Ladies, in Rid and Goat? JOHN C. ( I TI F. It A It HO., Have you seen DuxforW 12.50 AOEHT8 Go to WAB DKPABTEKMT, MALE Tt Ueteorolegicat MILLS Finn FOB mo It. KepollaiiU. CatfsTuaere's, ISlairfcef; The Conference visitors who wish to purchase Jewelry, watches, clocks caonot do better than to patronize their friends by calling on C. C. Amussen, 00 and el Main Street, where they caa get the best and cheapest. Building. WW esoeciaflv liable .to sud- defi Cokfs, Coughs, Croup, WndothnslX Ackrer Coughy etc. Wa guarantee cure. It a positive English Remedy saves hours of anxious watching. Sold by X. V. m. I. Drna Dept. - g DEATHS. COMMERCIAL.. ne Barnes d&s M 32 Rrifthton Lake Park Issue. On the last open venire issued out of the Third District Court , the following were sabroenaed to serve: ' John Titcomb. Mill Creek. Robert Pike, Mill Creek. Mill Ghas. Halford, Creek. Robert Wilson, Mill Creek. Will Winder, Farmer's. Oliver Nowell, Farmer's: John Winegar, Mavis County. George R Jones, Hot Springs. W. C. A. Smoot, Sugar House. Willara Richards, Migar House. S. P. Teasdel, Salt Lake. Thomas Hancock, Hot Springs. No regular examination was held, but oa the trial of tbe civil suit of Young vs. Broughton, this afternoon, Messrs. S. P. Teasdel, John Titcomb, Robert Pike, Charles Halford sod ' Robert Wilson were called on the Jury. Mr. Teasdel knew of some of the facts in the cane, and wss excused. Mr. Halford was relieved from 'farther service as he was not a Citizen. Wm.. Winder and Oliver No wells were called and sworn. Mr. Nowells wss released because he was ussble to read or write, and Joba Winegar was . 39 86 17 3035 30 . IS" 11 8 11 8 60 60 85 4 1 Mi.ri. safvss. ATTENTION ! THE PROSPECTUS CX)NTRIBUTOR-VO- W V Naviscation 26 V Transcontinental Pacific Chicago A Alton Burlington Rio Grande SI 30 K 28 S Pfd 4X York Central.... Xoi them Pacific. Pacific Mail M, Rock St. U Island Si 87 7 l r V fOH ' S3 St. Paul A Omaka 31 K Texas Pacific . ft ! 43 Union Pacific... 47 Fartro Express . . 17 Western Union.. 76V ' Jl Weaker, active. CHICACO a AHKKTH. 1 p.m. Close. Firm ; cash, 71X ; Wheat 3f, May. 3 16. Corn Steady; cash, 417 ; Dee., iff. . May, 5 Oats Steady; cash, 25 Deef, 6. ; 04 6. SK 9 S ; .. I.lghl rloar o Fall. ...v. xi ..Light .. .. i niiii .1 i I, .. Calm ..I ..l.tflu .. Unlit ..I lour.,;.. Hilr ..it - . ? . a. Koktk. "lgnaf Corps, U. . Army. TO THE FRIENDS OF HOME ENTERPRISE: any that tve MA KE BOOTS and SHOES, ire would equal in Style and Einish. and MUCH MORi: DURABLE than any Imjiortcd Goods brought into the Market, and tee guarantee all Seamerand that the Price is a Low as any goods that are Solidly Made of Eirst Class Material. SOLOMON PROS. A GOLD. MAIN NTRMKT. IVo. 7() KBTABL18HBD 1866. CURTIS BROTHERS & COMPANY, ItsUll or Sast, Doors, BMs, HoulfliDgs, Etc., and STAIR RAILING. Elf. BALUSTERS, NEWEL POSTS CLINTON", IOWA. Kfr by prralaalon to Taylor. Armstrong; I: NINE, L. MOIST IDY aJb3D ltix, ONollow in k days, w will offer ftpcclnl - And Ihe Indnee-mrn- ti f Department. any Bargain jet The fdrentetJl ?U5 40-inc- h, Indneementft in RLACK of all kind and tiOl ll The Association Intelligence Department, under the immediate direction of the General Officers of the Y. M. M. I. A. will receive particular attention. and be made as usef ul as possible to the Associations. Officers are requested to contribute to this department. Every endeavor will be made to make the Ninth a superior volume, and we confidently hope for its favorable reception by the young men and women of Zion, in whose interests it is especially published and all of whom are invited to write for its columns. Subscription, per year, $2.00. Subscribers paying $ 2 50 in advance will receive a copy of the engraving of Lieut. Genl. Joseph Smith, and may have their volumes bound at the'end of the year Free. Back Volumes for. sale -- $2.50 each. Address and r(. OO36t0FAJNr Y, THE CONTRIBUTOR Main St., Salt Lake City, Utah. P. O. Box 40 305. Btmittmncs should be made by P. O. Order, Note or Registered Letter. c .M.Donelsdn&Co. BARGAIN SALE ! ! We are exhibiting the best storlt in this line of English and French Fabrics we have ever Bhown. WB WILL OFFER A FINE LINE OV LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. ON MONDAY, AT SPECIAL PRICES. Night Dresses at .50, .00, .75, .80, .90, $1.00, $110, and upwards. Drawers at .30, .40, .50, : .GO, .75, .80, .85 and $1.00, and upwards. Chemise at .30, .40, .50, ,C0, .75, .85 and $lT00,and upwards. White Lawn and Muslin Aprons at .26, .30, .40, and OQo. Everything in Infant's Ixmg or Short Wears, ai Special Inducements. A tine line of these goods has fust been opened. A lot of Ladies' Cloth Embroidered Skirts will be offered at 50c. each. A lot of Feather Trimmings, in all colors, will be closed out at 25c. and 50c. per 'ard. Reduced from 76c. and $1.0a We will Continue our $reat CLEARANCE S A LP! of what to 7 Jianc left of Last Season's COMMENCING MONDAY, SEPT. 20th. For both Ladies' and Children at just 60c. on the Dollar. rhe Styles are about the same M this Season's. The sacrlOce Is great but our loss l the purchaser's rata. Onr New Importations In this line conttlst of the NEWEST AND BEST STVLES IN THE LAND, and our Prices will always be found CHEATER than elsewhere. 1000 Yards Lace Curtains, 10c. per jard. 300 Pair Lace Curtains, at $1.50 per pair. 2000 Yards Dress Goods, at 61c. per yardl B00 Yards Cashmere, at 12 Ic. per yard. lfiOO Yards Velveteen (all shades), at 50c. per yard. MsT" Sole Agents for Harper a Baxar Patterns. "gi THOMAS Ladies' Linen Collars and Cuffs, at 10c. Ladies' and Children's Knit Underwear and " Gents' and Boy's Knit Underwear, at BARGAIN SALE PRICES! .Blankets at $2.00, 2.50 & 3.00 pr. pair. Quilts at $1.25, 1.50 & 1.75 each. We have ... . iuov.n; Eagle Em porium May, a ABRETU. Close. Wheat Fair demand ; No. 3 winter, 6e called. 5L,1., firm; do. spring. 6s. 54d., firm. Flour Fair demand 9s. "2d ; dull. Ths Court called on the new Jurors Corn Fair demand. Spot. 4s. SXd. .strong; to take the oath, which was' read to Oct.. 4s. Sd. ; firm ; Nov. 4s. 7 d ; firm ; Bee, 4s. 7d. them. Mr. Titcomb said be could not con-sc- lt ntieusly take the oath--. Mr. Pike was in a similar position. Mr. WilfAi at first said he did not know whether he could take the oath or not. Finally he said he could not, Kuorns ; DENTIST. CARPETS Joat Received our Large Stock of -- A- Jzl, C3r-A-- BOOTS 1ST 1 Open the Season we will sell SO LADIES' WRAPS, AT COST! 40 LADIKS' NEWMARKETS, AT COST In order to IT m-- 23 Cftilds' Coat and Unvcrloclts, at Cost! BrEII"Z'SOX5"Sr OOME! LOWEST PRICES IN THE CITY at Palace Hotel. AND SHOES, CLOTHING, ! An Eitensiye Fall Stoct Jnst BeoeiYed ! ! special Attention is invited to the C. M. Donelson & Co., 58 Main St. 91. Pork Steady; easy; Jan., 11.30 Stjf. Lard Steady; cash, 6.80; Dec, 27X ; COee.Hi . By Telegraph U " 5 OF THE 6; LIYKBPOOIi N xi STREI3T SOLOMON BROS. & GOLD ! ! Ky Telegraph, May,9 W , 5 In lite foltowlnjr Tbe Nixth Volume of the Contributor commences with the November number, and will present to its readers a varkty of Original IIomk Lit. Homo here, offered by erati're unsurpassed by any previous volume. The leadline historical series will be a carefully prepared History of the Noueoo Legion, by Lleat. Richard W. Young, U. S. A. This military history of our people will Include an account of the origin of the Legion, its services in Nauvoo, in the early days of Black Gros Grain Silks at .90 , $1.10, $1.2f, $1.55, $T.75 and Utah, during the Echo Canyon War, and the Indian troubles ; its famous mus$1.00. Just Reduced from $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, ters and drills, collisions with Federal authorities, disbandment and final reof its $2.25 and $2.50. peal of its charter by act of Congress. Numerous and costly enxravinKS cousplcuous officers will adorn the, volume. In addition to which we have had Black Rhadames at $1.00, '$1.20 and $1.65. Reduced from aa elegant portrait made of Lieut Joseph Smith, meunted on blx $1.25, $1.50 and $2. Ot). f avorite horse "Joe Duncan." This drawing by Mr. John Hafen, is twenty by and $2.35. Reduced from .wenty-flv- e inches and will be beautifully engraved. It 1$ designed to accom- Faille Francaise at $1.10, a as memento volume of the the pany Legion. $1.40, $2.00 and $3.00. The aim of the Contributor has always been to encourage and, improve and Colored Surahs at $1.00. Reduced from $1.25, if Black our Home Literature. The new volume will contain matter from the pens of purchased in lengths of 10 yards'and upwards. many old friends, including Presidents Wllford Woodruff, Joseph F. Smith, Moses Thatcher, F. M. Lyman, Geo. Reynolds, O.F. Whitney, B. H. Roberts, Colored Gros Grain Silks nt $1.00. Reduced from $1 .40. J. M. Tanner, J. E. Talmaee, Kmmellnc B. Wells, A. J. Orocheron, M. M. A line of all wool, fine quality Tricot at 65c. ReJohnson (Ruby Lamot), and others, besides introducing the names of a lare.e duced from 75c. number of new writers. J The usual Prizes and Souvenir Medal will be given for a Christmas Story $9" Npeclal GOODS in a also based and incidents Prize and Poem, for the best Serial Story upon the Book of Mormon. dfucrlptJooM. wa IB Noon. Northwestern.. .. "', 4'a coupon W'8 coupon H's 5 fc W S6 7 ' - a 4ii a No. 70 MAIIV LADIES' MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S CLOAKS. c NEW YOltK STOCKS. Honey Bar silver 2 AH BP AO Velvets and Flushes at special bargain srlces at tbe old established one pfice F. Aukrbach A Bao. store of GENERAL ORDERS No. UaoiW. lc Wa S a ms a Wm. CLOAKS and VltAl'S Beef, choice ateera, 2c gro.cl ling xc. " medium " ' "Cows. 3Xe. c Ic Sheep, " 4C 7c IS .. Home cared hams, U aeon, 11c. By Telegraph to day. J - 6 j IM. a W; 12jK FRIES H MEATS. - Hg, The New Venire. Buying Melting Eggs per doa Table butter, superior Cooking " Home Cured Breakfast Bacon.... Home Cured Side Bacon... H. M. Cheese Honey, Utah pr lb Molasses, Utah pr gal Salt, per 100 a... Vinegar, 60 grain.. . Valley Tan Beans Z :'7, Wj have a heavy stock of Boots. DUNFORD. ' guilty' withdrawn; sentence set for Ibursday. United States vs. Andrew Stromberg, adultery;anaplea of 01 not guilty with drawn piea guilty entered; sentence set for Thursday. The case of D. P. Tarpey vs. The Deseret Salt Compaay was argued at lengtn oy u. 9. varian tor toe plaintiff, ana r. l. Williams ior tne aeiense. The case went to tbe Jury soon after 5 o'clock, and a verdict was rendered for the plaintiff. Thomas J. Smith vs. Thomas D. Dee ; order for writ of prohibition to 5- Davis. 1 1 h Mingliam l'srk City AltB - HEAD t E ji on MtfeoVfltTtr, W pay tbe highest mstke prices lor all kinds of DHIED FKClf . Ovt teams will call for th hi fn any part ot the city' -- LEGION 2 M dim Have you seen Dunfords $3.00 SEYEBAL ftfOTS Shoe for Ladies a .id Gents, in four Widths, flench and ondon toe? If Of Ladies' and Child's Cloaks at half you have not, it will pay 'you to. They price at F. 0.1'krbach A Bro's are the best in the city. One Price Store. dtf NAUVOO a Salt Lake City Ogden Stockton LKTf, leans, Tred,etc. Hoe, MHA to Order Hen's SuHs from JProTO Cloths. So. SO, Old Constitution r, SAM Shawls, Yarns, at Salt Lake city at l'J a. m. Iwal time. H t ports Received or ruci Shoe for Ladies and Gents? Manufacturer of Fine Havana Cigars, 171 & 173 s. Main Street. Altai. V. H. MKBVICE TIIKKMOMKTKK. j PROVO WOOLEN SIM.KAL WEATHER BULLETJK. M7, ).r,r ID-A.IIL.- All PHOTOOBAPHS. KeWcotabe makes the finest In the city and- they onlt east cabinet sizes $3.00 to $4 00 per dozefl. dlw ,1 tIHT Or of the 59 sfcwiNC. HACHINR ha been purchased by H. Pembroke. It makes tbe best present for a girl. Gel d one. TO VISITORS AND OTHERS. For one week we will sell Furniture st Flat Cost, but chsree for packiusr dtl Baku att Bros. IIkld-Evans- OBITUARY. THE Special Notices. conscien- tiously take the oath In the form reTfte Eatbef Murder quired by the court. Judge Hose asked Ton are regis- Garden fit 'te:edf M"r. Winder ifi The following business was transTon rote4 for tile acted yesterday at Provo : Judge Uoge The Jury was completed and sworn Constitution? Mr. Winder Yes, sir. In tbe case of The People vs. Albert Jsatlicr Jnd tbi fc!e was In progress Court Yon promised to obey the law tbenj why can you not now? during the day'. The following arraignments- f'of Mr, Winder Because there Is a diful cshabitation were mad : before ference in the oaths. Court No, ttftre is ho substantial the ftather case opened in the morning : difference. G. ffermaB They both dean tbe same fjienry Ellsworth, poyle, 1 thiBg. Joseph S.Jones, arid Ferdinand Mr. Winder took It. Pleas were to be made at f p. Mr. TV In ar could not take it. In mi. In the case of Henry G. Boyle, as reply to tbe Couf t be 51 fre w not soon as the first arraignment, was registered. ?ade? another Indictment was read te George R. Jones, Thomas Haoeock,' him, charging baa with ad F Iterr The W. C. A. Smoot aad Willard Richards latter case was set for Nov. 3J, to tke were fffii called. Mr. if amen refused to take the oath. the plea. d taken the To the Court he said Ktr citito was McAdam Thos. admitted It. lie had and oath, kept registration zenship. The Jury in the Eather case are: said be considered the present oath essential y a different one, and did not Reuben Christiansen, John L. Thatder Haliett, Alexander take Hancock was in a similar posiHe could not take the Ellis, Lester Taylor, Robert Kinueson, tion. oath, but had been regis Henry Chappell, W. C. A. Smoot, I. present Fordonskle, C. K. Loose, John Kirgan tered. The Court said there was no differand Walter Jones. ence between the two and inquired All the witesses In the case Were why be could not take one as well as sworn and excluded from tbe court theHeother. he could not do said so, and was rdom. Dr. F. H. Simmons was the ecffeed. first witness, and testified to havinK Mr. Smoot took tbe oath, as did examined the b'oayiof Mike .Flaherty, also Mr. Richards. m deceased; that the ball entered between the eyebrows and went out at the back of the head in nearly a direct CONFERENCE- r JF'all WB ARE NOW GETTING IN OUR Slock of Ivinxitiire All First Claaa Goods and will be sold A r T,OWKSr POSSIOLK PRICKS' Call and examine oar Stock and PKIOK9 before bay log else wdere. HO MAIN 8TIIKF.T. CLOAK DEPARTMENTS 5 00 WALKING ! JACKETS, 65c. on the Dollar R.K.TH0MAS. !