ttts J 11 J ti n T M ! 1 H - ! 1 rr ii 1 1 lj A V aj TRUTH 282 NO. SATURDAY A ti F ' C tVS ii - . Co Snix-iu- i - l,.r. .i;!in.I,lan nt Hi, Vfi K'ic l.!uiatry n f SH.-- . Tu1m, kitchftt au.l Tiii.t.y 4iiiHlI kiii'ja MaiumUn 'i'ii. S I . K. iinrlier'B in Iron, and l?rs ''Pi'-'- ', sail Uubicct Worn incidental t; ! ' I litir.Ljtifr: !Se- -. Wen l. S;r. iki Knhibit Roomi, ' tiru Sirp. I T,. - Arctuet, tad Kuiluii hireet,.Street,, Uojo- CHICAGO, for Illustrated D;r 7 o4 Crfe!l an - TTiTi-Writ- e Catalogue, dlj Further Particulars of that Double ipsrlf eMails, POLISH f- - H p53-J b- PennsylYanla. By Telegraph t the Nbwi.I besE ioM by Z. CVM. 1. rri. and 10 Tl.47lre ItaelUM tm giva f u&rntei VViUa.14 atiat on longer this any thr. Sho tit tie Ki - H4t jvc f-- r Murder and Robbery In BLUED. O 5tX if! o'jli-ja- Im rr y Hattrlaea J &i tntu i. i. y KIRK'S Absolutely Puro. f This pwd marrl vervaii. Mrm parity, LreKrtB asd klm4a tk U caiuiclaoUtataa rduary o with ta la aoaiMtittoB wbluaiaa. lw uxt, aart tmlm aim t Bowdera. 314wi(t tuitt ct hiahat Iotil v. r. lima amml-.itad- row in Wall 0 ftt, s fiianufacturers &, Jobbers, 442 A S44 BROADWAI, E "W YOHK. il f lotlm. Floor efc 63, line Ht., Xew 7oib. or Viand a romhlcte atock of thir Oitantly well Luwn and justly c.lcbratco UUK--O, CTNPOWDER! IJIastlng, Kentnrky Rifle, C3- - falr THE CHIEF rr theWhllBath,ilTllt Lnit4rr AoInteIy Par. deJer does not keep WhiU Cloml p, ed 14 ceata for aampla cak t llit t&kars, If rour JA8. S. KIRK & CO., CHICAGO. henry wagner. Lawn, Dack, Klectrlc Fnse For sale at whole ale and retail by all the leaxtrna; store in the and by wholesale only by J. W.Territory, Bandera A Co., Agents. Salt Lake Olty. . If If If It If If . you have Real Kstatc to Sell; you wunt tc Iluy Keal Kstatc; yon hava lliiues to Kent; vu ran to Ueot a House; you haro Money to J .nan; you w.tiit to Borrow Jrooey; Conie and o us, T f:i- - w. FIRST KUTII ST. Mc-Kinl- ey TIIIRTY.FIRSy SEM-AMUA- SALT LAKE CITY, DIVIDEND. L FLOWER BREWERY. CALIFORNIA oo. 9 3VJCI3Nr3KXl. ESTATE. SBT- - REAL A SEMI I , Salt Lake City, T)ctolr 5th, . 1883. LAGER BEER, ALE and PORTER, per cent has thla day been declared on ttiQ rupiUl stock of the Institution, pay0" WHOLESALE AXD II AIL able November 5th, 18S8, to all atocaboldera Renlli litre Door of record on September 151 U last, personally u)ron presentation of tbeir stock certiflcates, or (ou their written order. Ti G. WEBBER, Secretary & Treasure. eal J 11X51 TUUKMAX. JOct. 19. Ikdiakapous, Id., trary to announcement yesterdav. was prevailed on to Judge, Thurman attend the meeting in the .bngllak Opera House and speak briefly. l)ur inic vne aiternoon ne went out namr, and called on Mrs. Thomas A. Hendricks, and visited the state Capitol. When evening came he was ia fine con dition for a speech. The Opera House oas a seating capacity oi uuu, ana oy 7 p. m. fully 3000 were impatiently waiting the coming of the speaker of the evening. There were no bandanas on the stage, but the audience were abundantly supplied with them. When J udge Thurman entered with Governor a storm oi applause burst lorth tiray wbicu lasted over two minutes. State Committee Chairman Jewett Introduced Judge Thurman. in a brief but glowing eulogy and the audience once more yelled itself hoarse for a minute or more. Th re was a great )am about tne aoors ana considerable contusion which at first interfered with hearing s but Judge voice was clear and Strong and he spoke easily for 39 minutes. lrrt. SALT BoilJim anl. Maiiiilactiirai "ft., 1 5 Sf c at o md BUILDERS. CONTRACTORS J o 2 um at Sah, Blind, Moulding, Shingles, Lath, Pickets, EU. nd Drened to Ordai rth, HeeoBd to 40 3-- rtl TieLKraonE No! TTt St. --- P3cEE2 5 --- sg s ! i - 5- S g a suit s;i3 s S tJf c iSh oo 1 a o , Doors, to- - l umUer Sawed NOMINATED. Oct 19. Rswell NkW Yobk, T. Flower has been nominated for Conboth Tammany Hall and the ANNUAL DIVIDEND OF FIVE gress by county democracy. Z. C. M. n m i Con- That-man'- aa 2 began bis address by a Judge- Thurman tribute to President Cleveland and bis administration and characterizing him a a clear, par, npright, intelligent, industrious and patriotic administrator of the government, He said toat four years ago this country rang with the prediction from political opponents that tf G rover CleveHas opened bit land should be elected the country would te ruioea. mere was no calamity so great that it was not predicted ia the event of his election. Union soldiers were to be v AT deprived of their pensions and rebels were rebel debt was to be No. 25 W. South Tempi Street, to receive them. The paid and everything that was dark aad re(Opposite Temple) to the loyal people of the United pulsive was to flourish states like the green bay WITH AM tree. But the people, he said, believed no each thing, and elected this man who bad discharged his duty faithfully ia every statioa in which he baa been placed. or He then went on to demonstrate that not of these prediction had come true. ! one Union soldier had been deprived of his pension under Cleveland's administraNearly twice as much money had He ia also authorized by the late TJ. tion. been awarded to pensioners by biilk signed O. Tailors to pay and collect all debts of by Urover Cleveland or by allowance by the Comnuasioner of Pensions than that d8m be sai Corporation. predecessors together 5iven byhadall his rebel soldier been penany concluded his speech by a dislid sioned, UKDKRTAKKRS. cussion of the tariff question, ia presenting which he presented the Mine arguments utilized in his former speeches. TAMMANY'S REPLT. K. VLOH, Nxw Yokk, Oct. 29. Tammany Hall glowing- MERCHANT TAILOR PHILIP" SPRY KEW' STORE filCTIHE NEW STOCK WOLFE BROS.&GO. UMITkD O L O T II S ' TI JOSEPH today sent a sharp reply to the county democracy in reference to the latter's recent overtures for us ion on connominees. gressional and aldermanlc "We have entered into a eorresooed- - rt- - f ft v 1 , j.-a- Mannfactarers or ence," tho letter among other things says, "for the sole purpose of obtaining a solidly democratic delegation to Congress from tnls city, but If your organization should nominate candidates for Congress as Indifferent to the success- of the Presidential ticket as yonr candidate for mayor (Hewitt) we want to assure you toat mis of pro lion will prove Itself capableorganiza tecting the interests of our party.' n I.. tin Dealer la - , OF KTEKl DESCRIPTION, I3. PITTSEUEGTI, Rrpmeuled br JOHSI RAK. jf. - For sa.e at Z. f M. 1. cd fta brand ?ar A l.idfjle and dealer, )terail. :;"Jiont liio I f dlOi rriwrv. dalt Soutliorn WMt8 Leafl C O 2wl -- A. IT "3T; IMltl ISETULIt;, RQ9D H1B CIIT1 EBTEIEB BON. THOMAS M. WAI.IiKB. Loxdox. Conn.. Oct. 19.on. Thomas M. Waller, consul general at England, arrived here this rail Mb f corriK rcKHiBawiaat London, morning on ssizty cays' leave of abluuaL f"pt . sence, and was tendered an ovation. Waller and Telecraek Order ratpl In a brief address Trlepooa said he would take no part in politics ly l'ed. Bodies preaerred ia their Bataral ceedl while in the consular service. "If the ea&dldate of the republican party is lion, without extra chart;. elected." said be. ,ll shall have no orEN DAT AND NIGHT. hope or desire to remain In office. Civil Urn. MS tL, service ( Ml.rj al WarrrMai reform will not save tne. Soon First th nireeC. his election is announced, if it alter On and a half blocks Kaat of Theatre. is, I shall be found in theconsulaU office in London- with my goods and . Tle'ptioe Sp. TO. 'New London, Con- caattels -marked itaa Okle i saaia kalldlp. necucuf,- - ana oompiaoenuy singing 'Home, tweet home, there is no olaca IiktIFFlK III (ISIETS.- Na-- eatatl7 i -- ST. LOUIS & OHIOAGO, OT MAXVI ACTCaXRS aamfactver aa kHater te all - ; Striitlvfiroffaljlsal JOS. WILLIAM TAYLOR, ' UTAH'S LSADISQ USQERTAKEB 5 H is IqEab w ' x- EUBiLUEl. - hnm BLAUB. Oct. 19. Blaine Chicago, spent a morning touay receiving visitors. quiet He took twelve miles drive In the afternoon and this evenla-- r dined with: Mr. Mediu, editor of the Ztt&vne. Aavuxklam I Earaett ST.Locia, Oct. 19. A special from Coffeyville, Kansas, gives tho details of the sensational result oX the anarchist I avavy lk mm, exposure at W infield. . The orgaalza COHrKTJI IT9CI tion known as the Industrial Libera or 'National Order ot Videttes COFFINS, CABSETf, tors, was exposed by a .Winfleld, Kansas newspaper and names of prominent OMdi In Utah, citizens Undirukifi are connected with the secret Wheletale tal aUUU, M a. U.Uplum, agent order. Yesterday I SUIILT atXBCCK f PkUCKB I lor tae racinc company at Express Lower than were erer eered U Ptak. Coffeyville', received a package adand winfleld in to a KM" IiOTB asd aSATKkV ferlah ta ee, dressed "Glass,party handle with care. la tk Ortjr. All erdare mUd-- a marked home for Uphaia took the r ijrht la tk shrUt Usae yeeatM. eje sue Keeping last package nignt. nexpioaea ont the aide of the building. Qg ked Wareree Iterer Oleeee. ' tearing probably Injuring Mrs. Upbam, 31 St 93 . Ww TeMyle 8U and badlyfatally her daughter. Injuring O. aV.i fa. K taming Tsleekaae ML developments are looked for. , -' PURE LINSEED 4 T f.J LAkT mi -- T'k 5otilhera White t.cad ia niaaufa'liir(i from ilia bctt rtllned rig rutirt!y and kkj'.hkJ in I'ure I.inseed Oil, and tr the name ct the Companv ia laci odi. upon sTKlOfLY fVKK, buyior partie, AVbitn Lea-- i brauded "Southern oua utely (sure of ohtainior pany" are ll'KK AUlltJLK. i l 0Ury . f Q B SALE BY JILL GEALEBS IS WHITE 1A0. HltUflBi be tnken to. effect stes between all labor an under organisations. standing oe an may guaraeu that the interests oi effort in ail cases of through a d spate and in seeking legislation for labor? May success crown your efforts, and may no band turn the brake that will stop the wheel ol progress and fraternity. I certain) v exvect rood results from this. remarked Poiwcierly. this afternoon, shortly after the Hurling ton strike began, several members of the Brotherhood prominent came to see ne at scranton, and the interview was such as to convince me that something could be aone to bring about a better state of feeling between the two organizations. We are already working in conjunction with the Brotherhood on the Union with Pacific, and are ready to Nor the Brotherhood on all other roads. to the engineers, firedoes this refer only men and birakemen, but to all other labor organizations, 1 am in favor of the federation of all. Cannot ate g, HAZARD POWDER -- ' iNDiAXAFOUfli Oct. 19. The Eleventh Indiana Regimental Association, Gen. Lew Wallace's old reglotent, bold its annual rennlou In this city today. Aboat ISO members attended. Shortly after 3 o'clock General Harrison came down to the New Denlsoa by Invitation to meet the veterans. He received them informally ia the parlors ol the hotel. As the here-e- of ChamHill marched into the large room pion beaded by General Lew Wallace and Geueral McUicnl. they halted and gave General Harrison three ronsinji cheers. General Wallace then presented each veteran by name to Gen. Harrison, who had a pleasant word for every one. There was no speech-makinon either side. Tne veterans close around Gen. Harrison gathered and carried on a running conversation for nearly an bonr. The ten days' rest from the fatlgne of public receptions and speaking have been of marked benefit to General Harrison, who is looking and feeling in the best of health and spirits. Tomorrow will be Drummers' Day General Harrison will receive severs tbonsand commercial travelers. "Pne Commercial Travelers' Republican Club of Icdianapolis, under whose auspices tomorrow's reception will be given, state they have advices from clnbs aggregating a membership of 3000 who will be present tomorrow. The next big Republican demonstration in this city will occnr Thursday, the 25tb last., which has been designated, "LAbor Day." It is claimed by the projectors, who are prominent Knight of Labor, that the demonstration will be the largest of tie cam psign. The effort of the projectors, all of wnom have been stamping the State for several weeks, Is to make it a woi kinsman's demonstration. They have already secured the promise of General Bucjimin F. Butler, and have asked Hon. Wm. to be present. There i reason to believe he will accept. Efforts are being made to secure the presence ol Senatpr John Snerman. GEORGE i:. UAMLIS & CO., FXOATING BOAP Etc. dispatch to the. Biakemen'sJ UIVU1MUUVU 19 Tfetwraaaat Ttmmnj, iilSE Bill G8... CHICAGO, IJjJj. z. o. a 20, 1888. SALT LAKE CITY, P. Arthur, Accept fraternal greeting and best wishes for succeesfuL session. Will yourconren- lioa consent to a iraiernai with other labor organizations, to the end that, all disputes nay be properly and adjusted? The time is now at equitably hand-wheail labor organizations, forgeton essenful of tbo at, should tials for the welfare of all. Our band is extended in friendship. WAjMHisaroarHEWs. The Sloax, Still Undecided WrSi of t'OBfres. Etc. Sioux Washington, ;Oct. Indians hate not yet formally notiiled the Secretary of the Interior of their decision upon the proposition? sub mitted to him last Wadjaesday. It Is known, however, that there is a strong headed by John Grass, to oppositionone dollar per acre for all accepting the lands aiaposea oi oaring vie nrst three years. It is believed they would a whole with accept the proposition 25as for .$1. This the substitution of $1 item It s quite probable the 1'resident and Secretary will accept. The members ot the Indian police Who camel with the delegation had a conference with Indian Commissioner Oberly and members of the Sioux commission today, at which the police asked lor an increase in pay. The officers are now paid $10 a month, and the privates per month, each hav nis own norse. me ing to fur man will no doubt' receive favorable consideration. All of tbe comroln siouers expressed the opinion that tne captains snould receive $50 per month and the others . salaries ranging from that down to $20. It is said their ser vices are almost indispensable. The Sionx held councils pretty nearly all day and their conference finally broke up In a row tonight. Fifty of the Indians have signed a letter to the governSecretaryVilas rejecting ment's proposition and demanding that they be paid immediately $1.25 per acre for all the lands ceded to the gov ernment. The minority, consisting of about a dozen Indians Ironi the Lower Brule and Crow Creek agencies, and one or two- from Fine Ridge agency have slened a letter saying tbey rep resent the intelllKent part Of the Indian delegation, and accept the gov eminent' proposition as fair and Just. 1 hey urge toe government to sianu oy its proposition, and go with it to the Indians an the reservation. They also acting la bad charge tteo majorityiswith faith. John Grass the leader of the minority. Col. KM us saxton, assistant quartermastwas placed on the reer-general, tired lstctday. ! 19.-T- he re-uu- - -- RAILWAY MAIL SERVICE. tion 4 U aland steamooat lines aegre- iratin&v 5873 miles, on wnicn postal clerks were employed. While In the performance of their duties tne postal clerks traveled 1012,031,101 miles, and on steamboats 1,767,649 miles. Tbey distributed 6,528,77 J.WJO pieces of ordi ana xor, recoraeo, nary mall, receipted 16,001,059 protected and distributed 1,103,085 registered packages, and aou inner tnrougn registerea poucueothe rerlsterad sacks. Daring year 12- ,784 milesTtoinew railway set vice bad been added, being an increase of 9.74 Tne casualties during tne per cent; numerous than for any year were more having been preceding fiscal year there, 238 accidents to trains on which postal clerks are employed. In these wrecks tour were killed, 76 seriously and 45 slightly injured. NOMINATIONS. Lieutenant-ColonerHenryC.IIodg- ers to the United Siales. For the establishment of rnles in respect to St. Maria and other canals. To create boards of arbitration to settle controversies between common carriers and their employes. To prevent the return of Chinese laborers to this country. To aid State homes for disabled soldiers. Changing the date of the meeting of the electoral coirbge. . In the neat staa-ethat is in conference between the two Houses, arc two bills of the first importance, viz: IBbc repealing of the and timber culture laws acd providing a general homestead law and tho forfeiture of the unearned declaring OTAII TERRITORY. LIST OK LKTTERS Remaining in the Post Office at Salt Lake City, Utah, Oct. ltb. ista, which if not called for within one montn will be sent to the Dead Letter Office at, Waanius'ton, 1). C. I ADIKS' : ; A. LIST. v.. AndersonCbarlotttJefls Mrs KUztoeth Adams Fiancella Miner Mrs Evelyn Astile Alice McNicoJl Mrs Kjb- Miss Marie ert Ilerer Beaumann Mrs A JOpensbaw MrsOrel F Pinkerton Mrs Ida Bailey Clomlnia Pauley Miss Melida urowa Miss Lucy: i'ryer Mrs a D Brown Miss DesslePtrklns Miss Alice Barker Esther Robinson Mrs Miss Hattle la Concer Mrs Lida Uoberts Mi39 Lizzie Charlotte 2 linuker KMwall Mifs Ela Miss Miss E da J Miss Eldredge Miss 11 MSlmpson Manilas ma Frost Mrs Sidney Mrs E fSetz Mrs Carrie Spencer Miss Edith Gil more G S Sieeman Mrs S GiivternMrs J E Taylor Mrs Mary 2 Hansen Airs A waisn Airs Hart Mrs Gilbert - Williams Miss A Harrison Mrs Jin- gie nie Webb Mrs Hannah Hawkins Miss LUyWebb Mrs J W Hyde Mrs Sophia Williams Mrs Ma-ffaiad Salina gie Waitnev Mrs M D Ivit Sabrilla Jellich Mrs Eva White Mrs S K L.eons Waters Mrs W B Jon8 Miss Jones MissRebecea f Del-Cart- j er - Luc'.n-Kdwar- dg . U railroad grants. A pending bill is the uouie tarin bin and the Venate substitute. The Senate passed a bill to divide Dakota and admit the southern half as a State, and to aid common school education (the Blair tbe House for bill) but In they never reachedname tne Senate tbe action. thing can GKNTLEMKX'8 LIST. be said of the following bills which passed the House: Tbe fisheries retaliation bill. Anderson N P Leves Wm H 2 whoso passage was recommended by tbe K X S Allred Luther President. Miller A C Authorising the issue of fractional silver UolanderAG Mitchu A P certificates.' BaratleCL Allowing the regulation by States of rail- Beviell Jno r Mosely E C United the Stated. chartered by wts Blasius Jnllus Maycock Edw Tbe following are tbe inoKt important bill Miller Kdw BoacherjJ F L enacted upon tbo Senate calendar: Myers Fred For the admission of Montana and Wash- Bickuoan Kudolph MorcetD J C ington Territories. Masterson Jas I Brown C To prohibit tun alcoholic liquor Irailic. Moroni Jno Croxall Alfred To declare trust unlawful. The foilowina Imcasures of importance Cinnon D H Mitchell KJ were reported from tne House committees Cbamplln E J Miller S.J and are still on the House calendar: N K McKintyJasM To rerund the direct tax, a rote on which Clark Crooks Tbos McOraugb will be taken early in December next.under McGibbon Jas an agreement by which the memorable Clark Walt W Nelson E U Dtrcbemau Chas was broken. over this bill deadlock Neat James For the uavment of arrears of pensions : Iu?panJoo the Pacific road funding' bill debuted but D&wuey Wm O' Bryan Morris nevar reached the point of action; to in- Kcbles Bertie PW clude telegraph companies under the interD G M Price Emmett J Capt commercommerce to ; act state promote PoiterWH cial nmon with Canada ; to incorporate the ErlinerjDoJ Perkins Wash Matias Nicaragua Oaaal company ;for the organ- Eriksson Ellis K H Pollack'J I ization of the territory of Uklaboma,debated Kitcbel A P French B P 4 hut not nnany votea on. Kodc M J Following are the important Senate bills Farrerieo which slumber in the committees: A H JasTS Stalker Forshee T Requesting the President to open nego- Fry Wen SchuttAJ to the tiations with Great Britain looking u2 Sturgis A II annexation of Canada to the United Stales. UUllnger Guthrie Jno i iSpencer C the free coinujte of silver. Stratton G F Hall Mr To repeal the oleomargar no act. A C 2 Sorer.son Hans X flarcmond Iii provide a navul reserve. The Heunepin Canal bill.. Hanson Cbarlus Schrieoer II To reduce letter postage lo one cent, flawkes Dexter F Stringam II To grant woman suffrage, and measures Sijiler J S HutchiogsCH in the Govcru- - Herrlman proposing Dr F G Stanley J At tuent's noanctai policy. Segmiller Wm II Following are ihe original House bills, HallJJ) S located Wm (" Hanford Jno 2 which liKewiae never got out of committees Stone T T Uardy J M To repeal internal laws and tobacco tax. Milton II 2 Smith T Ellis (2) Hardy To prohibit the mailing of newspapers Herman Wtn A Sfeinner W J lottery ad vertiteraeuts. containing Taos Taomas Tbos To lay a graduated income tax for bounty Henderson L tter J B HowkS.S on sugar. Westin A G (obn.son Soren To repeal uc civil service law. Whitebell II For full reciprocity between" the United JoaesTE States and Canada. Jno Woolley II Jay to be- Jensen J C 3 Directing judicial proceedings Walker J A tne l'acinc raiiroaas. Matt E Woodcock against oroqgnl Krtiger more mail efficient To provide a service E Williams M L between the United Stales and South Amer- Kinaey S Tim Walker Wm S Kearney ica. Konkle Wm Yeomans C To break up trusts. Young P H Fatal Avalanche In Colorado. To nktaln unv nt thoao ll.bra the an. Telluridk, Col., Oct.- 15). Yester plicant must call for ' Advertised Letday while Charles and William Weller, ters," and give the date of the list. two miners,- were digging their way C. R. Barratt, Postmaster. through the saow from La Junta basin a snowslide came down the mountain, men down tbe side of the carrying tbe mountain loOO feet and burying them under twenty feet of snow and rocks. William managed with tbe aid of a ah V. pocket knife to dig bimseif out and, wounsed, made his waj though badly to town. A rescuing party s'arted out and after two hours' hard work found tbe body of Charles underneath the snow and rock, crushed into a shape-lee- s mass. Every application give Every bottle contain a ear. DelaHfBi la Favor f the Xortbrrn Every bottl tested a to onalitv. Pacific fiTBTT GcBQine Bottli Bears tie nm'i llpaiircSt. Paul, Oct. 19. Judge Brewer, In J!rvery tteatlmonlal strictly trn. the United States District Court here Kvery day increaaed demands. Kvary patient I amazd and eared. today, rendered an important decision Every aebe or pain sncenmbs. wbich overrules tne opinion given cy Justice Lamar while Secretary of the Bold by VruffguU and Dealeri EveryvUm. Interior. He decides tnat the Nona- em Pacific Railway company has a The Charle A. Togeler Co., Balto., Hd. es, OH-onne- radical-change- : - - wliicJi hvv. 1 mi n; (' Mit-1-int- .. tt :;manufacture, euch aa A lam, etc., that in hniaan stomach a timely suggestion would ly crU.ibh'. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder, which lrwt. m;;;:. for more than a quarter of a century, used in miiKu:) hemes, has been found by the heada.of the reat.!.Viver ;' .. of this country, free from lum, Ammouin. Lime ur jr.-t':- vo - ; dreg taint. Thus, in the use cf Price's Civ am Baking Ptv..iet and Delicious Flavoring Fxlra'ett you are guaniiitoil A i..l i strength but perfe.-- pnr'.ty, jr. T t . i O. StrnMT, Huanr. . . . I t rwa. D n. "ri jior, Aiiwuini ataaagw.. O. D. Koraaey, Secretary aad Treasarfr. . I ' DtaaOTona: Oe. H. Taylor, T. AnatrBc. Yf. T. Koaaaey, ttrge H. J. Eotanay, AXMatrosg. IXJMBKX -- rUf. second indemnity una Deit. T AM YARD STEAM PLANING MILL1S3 TAYLOR, RORhNEY, ARrISTRONG CO., One Block Bast of V. C. R. R. Depot. MADS EN. P. W. Furniture, Wall Paper BENT. MUSIC HALL THE OLD onBALLOU First South Street, two FIFTIETH CONGRESS. west of East a an1 half block Temple. Tbe building ana location is one or tne BIKArK. most desirable in the city for manufacturing Washington, Oct. in. The Senate reso: purposes. For terms apply to Angus M. Cannon-- , at luiion offered yesterday, authoriring the President OfBce.or to George to continue it bearings M. Cannon,Woodruff's Office of County Becorder. U . on tbe tariff bill was adopted. Tbe resolution offered yesterday byTeller inr reference to the purchase ot convict labor wagons for Indians was withdrawn by film. Politics came nt in connection with a discussion of the letter from the CommisMIMKKS AKD 8HIFPEBS OF sioner of Internal Bevenne catling attentionto the facility' for fraud ia methylated alconoi ior nse in tne nne ans-At its close Blair endeavored o have ac tion taken on the House bill passed yester AND DEALEBS IS day as to the employment of the army and navy bonds, but Cock rell objected and gave notice that no more bills would pass i at tni session. Keeess. into secret went recess Senate Rook the After session and adjourned till tomorrow. finance-committe- "Vlelei Coal Pleasant Valley, Spring, and Carpets, AT GREATLY REDUCED RATES. T II R Finest Stock and Groatost Variety lf j - . -- Biking Powders and the substances s GILL EARLY AM) 8KIi:CT FROM. EXAME STOCK AND PRICES BBFORR YOU FDRCH ASK. Nos. 51 & 53 K. First South St. POUNDS ! Lead Wliite Pore Strictly 409000 Bought toefore the advance in price and now offered in lots to suit at Prices that defy Competition. ALSO, A FULL STOCK OF ALL SIZES OF WINDOW GLASS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES ! PAINT YOUR HOUSES WITH CULMER'S Enamel Ready Mixed Paint! WE OFFER RedjCariyorajnrl 25 IlARRKlXREtDYmXED IRON ROOFIKO IA1.T, FIRE PROOF, At 80c PER UALlAl.M Anthraolte 'sn All Paints Reduced in Price at Office No 40, Main Street, TELEPHONE No L'9i. FrA. MITCHELL, See'y and Manager IM.J; B. KEY SOU,. Rooms 11 12, G. F. CULL1ER & Eerald JBuilding. PRICKS RKASOWABLE. Boston. Vegetablo-ABaslheti- c SIVKH FOB IXTBlCTIXn TEETH. Thi new dlacovery is perfectly harm lea and pleasant to lnhal; quick la its effects ana ausoiuieiv wiuhiiu iiaoirex. BROS., 20 toi28 E. First South St:, Salt Lake City. . M. D0MELS0I Fall 3D ATT,3T &M G-ood- s JL&ttTVTlTGt. TO THB &ABIES AfD HOUSEHOLDERS Of Salt Lare City and UUh; F1.KABK LOOK AT THIS I Ladies9 Jackets. Hodjeskas. THE Newmarkets, Jerseys, etc., Children's Cloaks. PERSIAN CARPET RENOVATING AUD ) . Nothing can he of more vital importance to any being than his daily food. fcn muh his bcn s:i! ll O j Honiii. to Every - to department quartermaster-generabe assistant qaartermastermaster-gen-era-l, with the rank of colonel.. Major ti. 11. weeks, quaitermasier, , to be deputy qaartermastcr-eener- a with the rank of lieutenant colonel.. rEKAOHAl,, Cantaln Lewis C. Forsyth?, assistant N. H. Frohfichstein, of Mobile,' quartermaster, to be major and quar AlaMr., writes : I take great termaster. pleasure in Alfred Pleasanton, late major In the recommending Dr. King's New Disfor Consumption, having used Second Cavalry, to be major in the covery It for a severe attack of Bronchitis and armv. Catarrh. It gave me instant relief and invitation accepted. entirely cured me and I have not been since. I also beg to state that The Department of State has been afflicted had tried other remedies1 with no I ot the informed that the government Have also used Electric result. good inviColumbia the accepts Republiclof Bitters and Df . King's Mew Life Pills, tation extended to it by tbe governI can recommend. which cf ment o2 tbe United States to take part both Dr. Klug's ITew Discovery for ConIn the conference of the Independent Couch and Colds, is soH American states to be held in Wash- - sumption, on a positive guarantee. ington on October 8th. Trial bottles free at A. C. Smith Co'fi Drug Store. MAP OF CLUCKAMAUQA. General Schofleld today promulgated ; wostDKBrvi. cimzs. the order from the Secretary of War W. D. Hoyt 4 Co., Wholesale and S. C. Filth Kellog, detailing Captain Retail- - Druggists ot Bom. Oa. say t Chvalry.for the purpose of locating the We have been selling Dr. King's New offlclarmap of tbe troops engaged la Bitters and Buck-len- 's tbe battle ot Chlckamaug. Tne plats Discovery. Klectrie Arnica, Salve tor four years. of the survey of the field have been Have never bandied remedies that sel. completedot for some time, but tie as well, or give such universal satisthe troops has not been faction. position There have been some wonfinally revised'.' Captain Kellog was derful cures by these mediaid towenerai xnqnias in tbe battle, cines in this effected Several cases of city. and is jauuiiar witn tae neia. pronounced Consumption have been entirely cured by nse of a few bottles ipOST OF PEEDINQ SOLDIERS. Dr. King's New Discovery, taken In General MacFeeley, Commissary of with Electric Bitters. We connection ox tne General soosistence oi army, goaraatee them always. annual his to submitted has the report UJ Sold by A. C. Smith Cs. Secretary ot War, showing the total HIGHEMr GKADK CA.OTUISG. pendltnres $1,905,703, leaving a balance What we call particular attention to of 581,tiit. He says Bug July U, 188, oresent is. that we have lust opened gesuoos nave occasionally oeen re- at ceived in regard to modifying or in tbe most handsome and richest line of Men's, Youths' and Boy's Nobby Suits creasing tbe soldiers' rations, but he and extra pants, ever shown. Our does not think any change in the present ration is now required or advis- magnificentfarJine of BaltimoreofMade our surpasses any able. He does not favor large and Clothing, production. Call and inspect expensive cooking establishments at former novelties. military posts, bellevUgjuch company our d Goldsmith fc Co. should do its own coorrbg and tht j CLOTH1XO company nurses as tbey exist should TO KETAJI. BCTTEKS. be continued. full line Is to Attention the directed THB WORK 'OF CONGRESS. of furnishing goods, shirts, underwear Tomorrow at 1 o'clock the first ses fashionable clothing and dress suits sion Of the Fiftieth Congress will end now being imported by L. Goldberg. the longest continuous session lu near- The selection of -goods was made by ly a century. Congress having lasted Mr. Goldberg. 321 days. The longest previous sesBoys' clothing Is made a specialty by sion ran 303 daya, ending Sept. 30. this establishment, aa Immense stock discussion of youths' wear having been laid in for Apart from the protracted of the tariff question In both houses tne fail ana winter trade. L. Goldbkko. and tbe unparalleled deadlock in the dtf Salt Lake City consideration of a bill to refund a tax, the session has been remarkable in When the hair shows signs of f allin k several ways, bat la none more than begin at ones to use AVer's Hair Vigor. In th enormous number of measures This preparation strengthens tie Lin trod uced In both branches of Con scalp, promotes the growth of new areas. In the Senate 3041 bills and 116 Joint hair, restores the natural color to gray hair, and renders it- soft, resolutions were presented, and in tne and faded : House the record ran no to the un pliant, and glossy. equalled flgnres of 11,598 bills and 230 DAJfCIXOI Joint; resolutions, making a grand os la Daneintr. bv total of i,b3 measures introduced in Private ne session, in tne snaie ran meas O.L. ift, 1 K. 2nd South. i l, VOL. XX i. nprtait ' - Sunerintendent Bancroft of the rail way mail service, in bis annual report showsthat on Jane 00, 1888, the rail way mail Bervice was in operation on 130.173 miles of railroad. Clerks were of mall employed In the distribution on 126,319 miles. There were in opera W -- . I B E IR, TTT BEEUISG TO ISirE LABOR. Pentlerlr Invite ;tlie Tne roLtricat. roisTH. . tit by X- - Co-opera- te Tu! tvllt.ii :il rt ini.. .ll.itf-- t ' i ii, tin.', LAST NIGHT'S NEWS i'l.t WISI.K SnnliArT Of ' I. Sii;j:i!-- m:.I tie .. Wal'jii "' i M di J" fji the s AITJD A vij urea were reported back from the committees an J placed on tbe calena much larger proportion ,thaa i dar, 8303 measures, out the House, where of Katlraifl Sea with the a and of Invites total number of It, 823 introduced, Engineera Powderiy U. of L. still slumber in tbe committee rooms. Brakemen to 10. General Among the measures ot puhllc interPuiLADKLriiit, 0:t. with the K. of that have become laws are the folMaster Workman Powderiy today est io wIek: semade tne flnst movement towards delating to permissible mark on aiai ot all letters, Ad Infernal Machine Sent by An- curing fraternil ir'or the division of the fiujux reservation. labor organizations of the country by archists Rxplodes with Kor a conference with the South aud Cento the Brotherhood tral sending telegratns American nations. Fatal Kffcct. of Locomotive Engineers at lticU- hours of letter carriers. Limiting the Sheridan Making I.ieutenaht-Gencru- l mond.andtho Brotherhood of Kall- General df the Army. road BrakeraeQ which ii in sessional labor. of a To establish department Statistical Statement of the Work Columbus. The dispatch to ihi eoxi For international maritime commerce. neers was as fallows: Done by the Expiring Pacific the railroad companies Requiring to n.aintain telegraph lines. PlIITjtIEL.rHTA, Oct. 19. Congress. To prohibit the coaling of Chinese laborAT. G. C. K: NSW YORK TRADE. W O.L F F- OCTOBER EVENING, .L Color Restoring Co., Of Philadelphia, Pa., AVE COMB TO CLEAN TOUR CAR- oeta. without takina? tne in up. from the floer or reraovina- - the - furniture. They will restore tneir original- eoior. raise tne' nan aarain. and make them look like sew. We call special attention to the fact that nave, umortnnateiy, naa sicanes in a youhonse. such as scarlet fever or diph theria, etc., our process " will thoroughly disinfect your carpet. We call the attention of those la charge or chnrcnes, theatre, nan Dana anaoffices to this new entemrise. a vonr earafter they bave been cleaned by thi pet, lasi aa tons; process, wiu Pleas send vonr addres to 39 CaurBB CIAL 8TREiiT. Salt Lake City, Utah, and we will call and show vou sample and aive estimates of cost, which you will find to be very reasonawe. A. VAN HAAGEN, Manager. All work warranted. , II ' ag-ai- Bv sBeetal w refer to Major permuaioa .u. Ero, rropnMr oi i.oe tt aimer iiouae t. SU Elmo, II. Brisather, iropr)etor of the Mr. II. C. Jaores. of liavid James A Co.. ol Main St. Mr. E. M. Murpbv. ill First South St., for all of whom we nare doc work t aim their etn ire satin action. DRESS GOODS ID TRines Ladies.' Gent's' and Children's tJnder- , wear and Hosiery. C I. DOMELSOII & CO.