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T r.nU. K 1 1 Sin'aoiv' Apiiil 1 o..t f Vi.,' Eo far as Mr. Go, .11 la c meurned, eavs a Nuv Yolk letter m ilia P.i.Unelpbia Pr ts, it is uci know a la t ail street lUat he ih pars.niomous to a degree tliat is ahriit ainuwi.gand that h.s family is now and clways has been in iympa.y vvitn Imr. Ik been known to assist anybody ir, has said ! v nr-- -; the, neon tbe sire t, wrerr.- - or -, i" 'i h' ii iTi'u min hu UaVwton ite to h ra. In fad, the oniy case wherein ho van known to have given a friend or acquaintance a tip on the markel was In the case of a mm hme h si who retired from tbs tneatncal nesaayearorPat-Lli- j ago, and w'.om he put lnio Union Just before that s'oek j turned In pi lea and began to move very rapidly upward. It la understood that the th atrlcal man in question in ado sme-thm- g like one hundred and fifty thousand dollars outof the turn in tba market. The waiters down in Delraomco's would probably doubt the truth of the story. Mr. Gould used to lunch constantly at the Broadstreet place, and he wag never known to tip a waiter in bis hfo. IVhen he came in with CLailie Osborne, and Osoorne paid for tho luncheon, the foitunate waiter receiv id one dollar or so, but when Gould came iu alone there was a skirmishing be among tbe waiters as to who wo foi tunate enough to get out of tb Gouid went down Into Texas a years ago with a party of rallroa tour of inspection, andat some s' tbe road tne party got off aro , t blew In a round of drinks. G , . , drink a characteristic which i- a number of other millionaires out t j ae bow or other be seemed to have felt It In j cumbent on him to return the courtesy thus offered and invited the party tosmoke The cigars were passed around and a doen or ao of them were taken out. Mr. Gould bow much bo owed asked the him and tha returned the Infor- - I j matlon that the cigars were twenty-fivcents eaoh. j y waiti.ig im e n - I" who enterprising druggst 1 I.i. of the take advantage enough contained in an item which is (hut n I around the papers of the count t opens np long vistas of highly ur'hwji dcred Jag9, unaccompaaif.J L;. nrjl-rant necessity for repentence, refurtn mi mineral waters. Here ijjiha-rr-- -" is a igoodofikiA- - 11 !? . Christy of I.ondon, the lar-cimporter ot the kola nut i.i tl.at ily stated in a trial in court a abort that if a man were lying i : :. t bly drunk on the floor, or und-table and a nut were put into hi u m in fifteen minutes the man wool I m e bed h. and one would not know drunk. He would not o cn L ivc a headache. Even if within four oi ti days ho went to take spirits ogahi th effects ol the nut would still produ.c nausea in the throat and month1 Ti, was a well known scientific fact. A tbe nuts are used medicinally, it i1 a imortant matter not to havo tht-mouldy, as they tbeu change their i h and become fungus. They ate tne of no use. Just think wbat a contc-i-i ienoe these nuts will be when tuei virtues are generally known. A man as full as a goose and even when he is paralyzed if any important mat ter should arise demanding his atten. tion, a kola nut put in his mouth render him sober and ready for busintEr in fifteen minntes. Then, again, get drunk for a week. Th radical prohibitionists will bitterly ob k ject to this new remedy.Thoe d the firs and brimstone variety wht 13 big m hi 1 11. 1891.. l published every U'riuHofcU - Tim E LJoIJar p and Saturday afternoon. at Three veir. postage prepaid Delivered iA tfeplu cu ires Remittances may be made by draft, mony or der or retpsteri letter, at our risk, Jive r in ft11, including county. AS cominunicftl'oas thz'&d be adftltneed p , rifee JLn'rrcd rt Sephi fa Utf, (HiA) rantportahan through the mailt at ttcondai ' walUr 1EILD ft SITJMMIN. Publisher. r 1 NEW YORK NOT IN IT. Col. Hesnpy Watterson, in a lat the Coviinr Journal, aptlv ri marks that, except in 187rt, there bx been no election since l?68Wiben ai baTft be'. outside nominee would stronger in the state of few York thar nn actual nominee who has been eithei a New Yorker or a quasi New Yorker. - iddue o! He adds : Mr. Tilden wastbe one exception. He as a leader raised up by Providence to lead his host out of tbe wilderness in which theGanKiY fiasco of 1872 bad left them. He had the talents, 'tbe posi- tion, the organization, tbe strength-perso- nal, moral, intellectual and mater-irwhich were required to cope with the splondii fabric of Republicanism, intrenched in power and rich in resources. In 1830 Gkkeral Hskcocc, a soldier living at the time on Governors island, but unused to the arts of poll tical nartare, was easily cheated out o' d ho votes of New York. In 1884 Mb fLEtEi, and would have lost itexeept-fo- t a chapter of accidents by whicb be Wat nulled through literally by the. hair o; hts head. Any outsider would have rnn slion;er because any candidate exeep' him would have bad within New Yon n united Democratic support, while the committed irrevocably Mugwumps, against Ulaike, could have gone nowhere else. In a word, as long as New Yoik is the abode of faction, the New York candidate must the very nature of the case prove a weak candidate. Th L) mocrata of the conntry have nothing but good will for the Democrat of New Yoih. They are incapable of doing in uistico to New York. They apprehenc to the fullest the importance of Now York and the claims that belong tqthai important. Dut the Democratic and politicians of New York mat a;eis as well make up their minds now as later that if they expect to be considers, n xt time they must wash their dirtj linen at home. The West and Sooth d! no: intend to stand any more d d con s.iiai. Wo have had too much of it al ready. If ircafter if any clubs are to u"e i in national Democratic conven ions may they always be stnffed ones They will be in the hands of men whe mean what they say and do wbat they promise, wanting no other reward thai tbe consciousness of duty done. r, The Rochester ( N. Y. ) repels tho idea conveyed by Col-on-- ti.a-ge- wo-ili- Isnt thst a i Pott-Exp- tb-r- Wi ii but the DeLsprtis, mocracy of Jho nation that forced th nomination on tho Now York Democra-ir.- " Vuit candiiat-iMaSzvHocK was not 1HI3 sni accepted the notalnutio. uh great reluctance. Outsiders insist jon it. Mb. Gkeelys candidacy w. n rt urged by tho New York Democracy. It was tbe Democrats of the Poutb Wort who insisted on that folly, sod th New York Democrats acqnised in it. InlS7JMr. Tiidfk was tbe eboic, and candidate of the New York Democracy and the wisdom of bis nomi-mio- n was demonstrated. Ginebal Hancock was not specially a repreeen-tatiiof New York. M. Cletlani carried the state delegation in 1884 by t no closest kind of a shave, and carried tho state at the general election, as l)ic Cjuner Journal remarks, by the hair o hia head. In 1888 he lost it. . The Put1,-E- j prat. agrees with Cot,, Watterson that while in nearly every instance the nomination of a New York man was based on the theory that such a nomination was necessary to carry the rtate, in marly every instance a candidate from the West would have been much stronger in New York ae well aa eLewhere.1 If Mb Cleveland is nominated in the Par-Exlets continues, "the i o niiiHiiun will be forced upon "the 7 civ York Democracy by the Dejnoeract of other states, for the masses of the party have no enthusiasm for him, r.r.d not a few D, me crate will refnso to v ,tc for h.m undr any circumstances whatsoever. Tne adds : Tub conclusion is that the nomination of thm long a. ties of ,ew York candi d has been due, not so much to i iLm.-i- , t ), cm the New York Demo . cl y a 1" di h.sion of the Democrat-, loitnltns in Nee G la t o .Northwest and in the tvoutt that they know n;o: !t.e tru- po ium ot this state than ti e . I p'j no fii. aiHtncy have paid the p i.siiy. i sll o p Pott-Erprt- '.--- ln.-iut-d - I ii ilh Democrats of the rest th co'intiy want to give New York th d for a! nomination the aeventl p let them be sun time i'i it: v cnoouo a candidate who can ai . . t oil tn-- . fml pa.ty vote. Otiier-. ,t wuil.l bo hater, even so far a t.. unry ingot thin state is concerned i iiotiii'i'iie a man fiom the South or Yea. We t e inclined to think now, bt fie we 'ho .rti in lt-- 8, that it would : ,r t re I), m jrultc party Pi nom-- i ire ,. i.i. r, Iran the South or West any of .i -r -- i t no reason to rlrtYmk Democut Tii . mr Joon G. i enppoee would re- - Cabiisle, for i or reflection. They are views expressed by the . A if Mr. Clevelakd "i 1, ' his nomination will be I:.,.. f fid i,,.n th 3 N 'w Yo.k Dem-i,,' a net their wi.l; if Hill is n -- .u..l.d lie will b: forced on a reluc-tm- t .'it h and West. That bepii'.-ing t, ... w v not g o tfe South or! A c.--t r n candidate? It is tbe logic of th uiti a Danver .Vj.-- j 1 i ' -- rep-.irte- ) Tbe DeLt.ir'a Aewts. .Two cfflceie r,i v ,v ,- ung mat tp Frankfort cn ,he Mlco n to ooraic him lie rocer. d incia poh e y-- r.t the dcor and offered to corn Ki then, to 'fct g tilery of painlmg..,'' as he miicl ;t, ,ruh tho remark that lie peesesae, eg else iha; oiild ho vire--l f ,r de'it j h'-- 1 'and that ho gallery con, e f 0t'i- - nr du-- i nng ctl-re,i several wenit smvD-- e 'U','1.,-- ,,e r d Ivi te nil ;.iV. r ere anref ,,ij y en JO- , 1W J J.j, - - -- ad. JrsT before adjournment Congress passed an Indian Depredation law tha will probably put 150,000,000 in circu lation. This law practically remove all restrictions and limitations, an very settler or his helia cau now gipsy in full for all losses occasioned b Indians. IIekby N. Core, tne we! snown lawyer of Washington, D. , will send free of sost a copy of thi aw to all who will apply to hi n I Y same. ,,w,iy jf'oj f t'1 e " r. a 1 I i Catarrh Snuff. Alien Suffering with Catarrh, Gold in the Hf ad, Nervoue Headache, etc use Durnos Snuff, it will relieve you 8t ' rr.ee. Price, Z?k. at Druyiet. J . la', i J r r, il JJt. . a t i irt rs nr CENTER T- - Bso A Go. iiS r t1? V? . ti'ifc & d G.' i 10 AND rj'-- S Y HOLHSAI.E c. J ai- r- rk;.' t I . fr pn-'.- tr (! Dyspepsia Makes the lives ot many people miserable, and often leads to selMestructloo. Distress after eating, soar stomach, sick headache, heartburn, loss ot appetite, a faint, all gone feeling, bad taste, coated tongue, and Irregu- . larity of tho bowels, are soum of the more oommon symptoms. Dyspepsia does et wa cf K!!- - 11 requires careful, persistent attention, and a remedy like Hood's Sarsaparilla, which acta gently, yet surely and efficiently. It tones the stomach and other organs, regulates the digestion, creates a good appetite, and by thus SIcSt overcoming the local symp- O .toms removes the thetle effects of the disease, banishes the headache, and refreshes the tired mind. I have been tronbled with dyspepsia. 1 had hut little appetite, and what I did eat distressed me, or did ms Xa an hour utu goc DUm after eating I would experience a faintness, or bred, feeling, as though I had not eaten anything. My troubusiness, was my aggravated by ble, I think, which Is that of a painter, and from being more or Ices shot np in a . room with tr ash paint Last spring I took Hood's Barsa- - OlOmaCn It did mo an rflla took three bottles. It gave me an Immense amount of good. appetite, and my food relished and satisfied the cravtng I had previously experienced. GgOSCg 2L Fagb, Watertown, Mass. Ail of which will WA Eel) u$ c i: 7 kyo. L HOOT f Op., fl; six yt- - xt- - Dr Dcpv W. R j. ,C Lowell, Mass, Orre Dolfat BITS A SPURS. D lain Eiicks-m- Jor.is H Er ck-- t u d . t. 1 , U., . ' A A. Call. n n. Urn it1" Join Low iv J' lei : St ii uci re la.i,, Ed a in K. B ,, 10, 11 k - t v v r. r.li j1 '1 (.5Vr U C !.lp AI., a .. cue, DMCl Cull i . cl. i.l.cS t j , oi ; ac; ; Pres deji n Booth, Edwin R. Booth. S,x::etary Itdd : . , j ard Treasurer. JCSiiiie A ooi Grovers th n I j j j l.ale Cilv -m; t. All CorreBpendence should be addressed to J E. Climl-kWool GrowerV Co s 1 searsKt Diu t v, v r - rv Co r . j. FSjJ-GES- lii s . am likewise engaged in the Wholesale Liq lor Fusii; tca an p i.L'rges Stock of Choicest Winn and Spirits, hoth Imported an I Dvii. in,'., this nee ot Salt Lake City. rWURITY AND PRICE GUARANTEED.,,-hc--- k liiOFlCTOPiEFS. BUILDERS J . 0? VAHI3 , I , In he Uso of CURA. we'.Alono own. JIVE METHODS, ad Control, j MEN have weak ij ! tl wrlfjDj1 ur 0 e P f I iucN WhoareVffroigand. Iwiwl Who oryg.l or diseased g organs, who are suiter--1 tag from and apy Kxoesecw. or of rrn-r(an I R0KE OEVHOPf.O, . fob, , L r; - a 2 ot their 3 J fount. thescorn f v SASH, DOORS, LL' fellows and the con-ite- m pt of friends and f companions, leads us to C a umitcotimcehee Mouldings, Glass, Whih Lc Also the Celebrated S. et V ixT.mT XUSIA, AND RETAIL PEALFt WHOLESALE rD SUSSESSFUL Ihopeyoui AND YOURS. aints, Doors and Dont brood over your condition, nor give up in despair 1 K tbe Worst Chaes have yielded to our Thousni)i of aa set forth in our wonderful BOOK, which we j TREATMENT, send sealed, poet paid, ffffF, for a limited tmie. 6 TIT TO DRY, Remember, no oneelsenas tne methods, applianoes and exiHii-- i enoethotwe employ, and we oiaJm tho itOkOPOlY of vr.ieoBiii SUOGES8. tme Medical w, 64Nia8a8A St.. Buffalo, N. y. U Wind-Frames- . . ? i X J , V -- J 2,000 References, Kamo this paps? vjr.w von BU I LI) 1 N G FI A R R W A R Ii, X A ! !.S writs, Aijd Mi!) Work a 3MARUN SAFETY! I it :h""-- d Lumfesr Sawsd Specific. LicssrcS fc Cmkr? '. r SCUD f-- BUILDING MATERIA TOP. ' OTT A.XaT.a dor!ptlra prlrJist DoublAotion iiToWeri etc., to tbo MARLIN FIRE ARMS CO., NEW HAVEN, CT affiEEsassasESsar Up- I LYMANS PAT. RIFLE SIGHTS Are Unsqiisiled both lor Hunting and target Sboetiag. -f BE10A0 821113 AND SAVE rACi.tr, YOUR FREE, t 3 bongf- - IDEAL EL .! p. , For Riilss, Pistols IU.U3TR- - ,.-- .v v: UNDERTAKir f V. -- ff'ns ( n-- f , . Q , lt m-- r k r i 'r5, H rru'l - T .1 p- i, - t -- r- 0 CATALOG'JC t 3 ahi fS CiatAlMruo A, shorrtna Tiitcvsof lAtert. doSffUe Address: W LYKAH, Mlddlellald, MMWPBIIIIII aad Cl. CONTAINiriC VAII-SIHOW TO PRtPn-- . -- vo. IDtALKF3.Cl.F-:- : 5i-- arvnl and m,,r,nf-i- and ikin i etc III n.r- - ; Cre"ai-,i- ci tt f n s Yard and Mill?, t i I i, l J cn lire west ) Inf IHUNTLEY & CO. brHClotMnff oa Earth In CiTD ui, . V"holop4l9 TaIIvIT. imke onr goods ccnnc.t reobtanud eurgoodoloUiw, wd-- n fJho or mail. If they co riy th4J W fr nvrM4ii at our Our refund tAe Appart'-froan oabstenttfU fahrlc. binaoBion-lj- r A.U thtA, anwj rot in fMhk4bte utrle cd tni eboTw, iA m&ie itrltnujsd, pTfkct wvfc ) workm&iaihlp, is wbt bs built up e cUim-'- themvOrntewt Xsli Order BYodzhaes in tbe World t. S cph'. U &G' to try tmertfvciraKlyoU'rlh Mai u will be ti thf tt.ru triup m F 1 ty M a Ncpl, in C0 i , C.iy, Utah. Nt 'VpI! PiiTi1 It UU t ml Br Y. IN' ri v pr.ci , Company in Utah. tlEADQU ART EltS AT con- fy, Utah. WHOLESALE LOTS AT j PH.JMJMJI L N , , .., i , it from-!re- vv Ii rt Id. 1 t ; . L irr2F0Rcj Seng for Trices. iTKmtiRE. I Jl, M,4 iA C 4?, Louisville, Ky. iiiii.t-DU-U.- I) find Single rAXMAN, Supt H laving rrcurad the Px'Uieive agency 0! the Ceh Lr. a ( and Fsn Pile County, I am nov. i lo hi pit; i,u 1 fS. .tbeearies, ' II Ii WOOL AND PELTS ,2'OrontTli avenue. Sour gold IS L Sllv. lv j r.u ' 'omh, Wtf ifnsekin,!,,,, x i v iu in hew Any Other ef ?:!t CiTY LIQUOR ST Wiitc his, ddr-.staqipv. file Loiiiunie Sc'.vii4 ffaari Hoods Sarsaparilla an druggists, for Prepared only 'I' I s i . c before furchasing rhrvJiore. GiBcceikI yard opposite R. rlirt'ct acini for an Arc ichin. Lio cent ? a 'Ji'jca in N Ii,fa mi. uifyruta.ettja DEALERS I ED TXK PKirT1 al lie larps! steel ef mj Sim rcu'a o to UOll I lit- vs I II Ml, dCILH the South desiring goods in our line Kill du Kell hy S QiO hv s n ere ' We Guarantee to (lo Better by the X(aiSe l fPhsvJ 'lbs ns; if iiiars htxr.rr. EJECTING. and 4440 CsrteidjN. Using 3220, 3840 of Repeattn; Hitler, Mid for Au,'f:'nuT,i., Vf a. T, ?nd G- - Floe fin w and ail kinds of Building Material. i tU is .1 iintire ii it -, - Wiit ! Lith, WOOL GROWERS CO)! PAN S.hingles, Lumber, Rustic Side-ins(iNConronATi?!?.) tr :; i'- ? M IfJ - on ' TO Tic t i l' 4 , ' 4. v r-- 1 SIDE e S (Idles, CT., REP.it CITY UTAH. I hrms:. Mail r h 11 SV1oufu:ni';s, Doors, WindOY'-s- , j M id J V?.' V a t. vi , 4, C p ioJi Double E a 1 OF !oir Spcclailles. itu if Proo Chicago Uoitfige orarrii. boss lovely tones would he hru,,! i, every home were it only known tb.-'i.e they coul-- be obtained on easiy at Uils popular Trove house. D. liflw.u. 1' derfully melodious instrnmrut. also supply the Gohlcr. y ei.." Schubert fianos. Don't buy an ir, i, ment until you write -- r he Famous W SpeciaUi. ra t Tavtos I I Ig 1 ri- $60 C-- 0 S Jonas H. viite , , Fa.-- J,B' ri" o'cr.rl Tbe biiMoax f..lorr throughout the country during the Gd even days, as to R G. D.-- A Co., Tbe Msrchantile Agency, by jraph,nnmtvr, for the United 211, and for Canada, ?2, or a total c.: as compared with a total of 213 la t week, and 2b8 the week previous to th last. For the corresponding week last year the figures weie 21'?, n presenting 176 failures in the Unite States, and S3 in the Dominion of Cai After v i t.'t vj 1 UIStre9 1 pj' kW worlds wheat corsimpion will rive-,-, the producli5a 'foitip.,ted. Mratev..i the magnitude of 4n,erijs ervp m.-.-v be, if wi no b? ifEclent r.,Ar t!,t Ell iNpiau defii it, tuns rnn.pc'h. g ri rteiivv draft upon the re i he third year in tncc s?irn, if'l MAHUFACT'JF.L'R ' I ; 1 1 ikk VvsiSiak vtV-e- Sv.i'ut We Caiay g Americans. I touched tha rusty old sword, and Mr. D ,vis drifted almost unoonsciously Into talking of the heroes of Ore Mexican war. of Bowie, and Houston, and Crockett Henry Clay once told m?. said Mr Davis, with a smile, "of his first meeting with Bowie. It was In tha early davs, and where Clay was traveling In a stagv-coac- h th only othor passengers were a pre'ty a girl, big rough looking countryman, and a (Imp. little figure In a groat coat. With the consciousness of his own perfect physique hs was congratulating said Clay hlmsslf on not being the limp, little bundled up in the corner, figure when be became conscious that the pretty girl waa begging tho rough coun ns man to not it made her 111. smoke, try The fellow replied with a savage caih that he had paid his fare aud would scope v. Lon d pleased. Mr. Clay said he ,v he d Just trying to screw his courage up to tl.r 1 MtnviAiYalUQt wn, k o,wu . vei giant, wbouthe limp little figure tteelf hko magic, aud, with a qu! k . v. r vieut, rescued down l's ewlar, b. nue that to tbe excitement of "aa '.).? icMred a yard long, and r i I',- , ibo movorurut sci.-e-d tbo fhroot. jtL'Owt.'utiiip c'., t : - . A CiU),r ac-iM- i 3 will xnrJeror.s loolu ,g h uia r, lire sent. ici.ioand sb. o ud. ' In nroilw o. r-- t., -vr.U ue Lin,) 13c :rc bad rt", rer.e&rmlcss eodiiiei, 'h .ninev,' said Mr. CJ.rv , J i was the m t .3 c.rit uvs none ether than Cov ,c. p . ;.m 1 l sulting a Burly, Fellow. A correspondent who recently visited Jeff Davis at his home at Beauvoir relates this: Over on a table was a short, dusty sword that had been reoently sent from Mexico, and attached to It wss a card which said that tho weapon had been found on the spot where Lieutenant Davis made his famous charge at, the battle of Busna Vista, and turned the tide of victory in favor of the INTERESTING TO FARMERS. fytS A I -v ilkoKss and li.iKhunJ V.'tS Peoftm tittle Mon loMoed iiuugli-Lookin- S f SMOKING. HE QUIT How a Quiet w f '' v r tha returned Perhaps, joileetion of goblin tales ready for to the effect that the nutispois moos in tbe extreme and is always adulterated by the natives of Africa before t is exported. What a godsend it will ve for the boys". - LiXft.i-'-- j but then yon know were not down here iemonstrate their Christian charity bv forour health. Mr. Gould paid the hill for the cigars and will kill ever; toping that ltqnor no more. Perhaps there waa nothing nan who drinks ft, will soon have a said more to say. The London Standard publishes a lent md careful review of tho agriculture mtlook, in the course of which it say .hst the steady rise in wheat revive he hopes of the fanner, adaint hat wheat will probably reach the highest price in many ytars, the principal :ause of the rise being tho failure o The wheat crops o oreign crops. f ranee and Russia, according to ( itandaid, are much bolow the aveiagj, and the same paper says the deficiency will be at least 20, 000,000 quarters, add ng: It is expected that cold wind, nd frost have almost destioyed thi French crops. Germany, Holland ani. Belgium all fnrnish pessimist reports. Watteesoss article that New In Roumania there is a decreased w ht a area and in India there has been a ba York has dictated every presidential The only exception i nomination since 1SG1. In most of tbe wheat season. e where sr butler prof- Hungary, instances it was noMeXervYork Iecays tho re pretty high price, CV t iacK Saddle;, . . i mai ked Mr. Gould, In his slow, mild way. anti-drun- h iiHuus, il i i 1 Clip S jidciufti25 l liw There 1'lih. bl. Juab V'obttty. GOULOS PAR&iWortr. l.tlo. Mr. Ilaikii it 1. a Co(l . A ..ONANZA FOR THE buYS. N . cp ron rrVT 't'SESO oa 9S- -. U am US JUmerr Rrearr, SIX CENTS CHICAGO, FOB POSTAGE, i j 5,1 1 r- - i ij viFn. ?. tif43 C- p'Avl LTNi : ft fi V LLuT U ix iia Hi ;j - I J CLOTH SAMPLES FEEf-- i UlEreU.g -t- ri.-. K-- . Lki lit Mrect. Ncjihi.