TV - ?'f ' .. , ;i - vs:.,: s VO' i'. . . ;.. w s'-r-s- ..l r. . -- ; 'V . v- ':; - ; .. - ' - v ft jftfi W ' vI v ;i' ,.' - 5f.r - - IliX TllSvl lil. rj it I si - t Vx-- . JPW. III i j j '.$ ; . - - .' - v , . L1 ffT-.- ' ' ' ' i C . .v fl-- wmm VOL No. 40. I ATTORNEYS -- LAW. AT- LAKE SALT DfedotBIs MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. Washington, February Taylor, First Comptroller of the Trees-ur- y, wee stricken with paralysis this 8. H. LEWIS, Goes to the Tbc Silver while at hie desk and died , at morning TTOBSntT.AT-UW- . Oflro a ttf W. Peaftdent. home two hours afterwards. Taylor eras tf itch BnlliUag. Soli Loko City. jl-appointed by President Lincoln during JAMES N. KIMBALL, Burned to the administration of Secretary Chase. 3,900 People Offiro over. Mr. Txn. OeneVp fir ATfeonnEY-AT-LADeath In Chlna. 0 bosk, tell like City. jl-t- f Tbenton, N. J;, February 25. Jacob R. Freese, for embezzling funds of the ! in the Stale Savings Bank, 8. J. JONASSON. depositors Railroad ;; Accident y Falpl to three years in was sentenced W. oner opikwlto ATTOBXET-AT-LVa. the State prison, and two years for con3fcar Richmond, Bonk, Bolt lain City. Utah. P. O. Bax. US. spiracy to defraud. Five years altoAnderson Sentenced to Tvo gether. ' mil Balt Lake Theater . y. ' There waa a large attendance at the Theater last evening toaeo Miss Ranla'i FrsSi Deasnds on i . Bn ae "Mazeppa, ; and the her trained steed, James . Ths spectatop, especially tha younger portion, were wrought up to a high' pUeh of sympathetic excitement as Miss B.. fastened to her gallant e jieriloas asccnt of the grey, made-thmountriii pass, which was accomplished in tip-to- p style. The wonder was how the contrived to maintain her equilibrium in snch a position, at an' angle of at least 60 degrees, fairly flylng np ths rattUng steypeii, ..Miss B. (received able in her piece from Dellie who made e very ity;; Princess ; from 8nsle': Spencer (ifuden) fho looked even more petite length; from andrsang at Mr. Jlaiglttwhostotie ttttgnoiatingly. funny faces And poses imd entered Ihe list as a swordsman, meeting Mark Wilton in moral' oombatr all- - of. which .was very rich, as may readily be imMr. Foster also had ( a promiagined. ' nent ; part,- - which he made ; the moat of. Mr. Emerys shapely , person was rather awkwardly, aUered.qit to say heggily, bat this was n fine contrast with the airy nothing of Cassimer, who must have found it hilly crossing tho mountains so Summerly clad. (Wa suggest that Brother Derr put on an extra half-to- n of coal in his foresee.) Miss B. was called before the curtain immediate, ly after her ride, without giving the poor woman time to throw a mantle on, ho we knew the rid, was made without aeci- dent; but it was certainly quite a daring feet of nehip, and wo can fancy her saying, ia she galoped and jolted np to the eammit, How is this for high?' Mazeppa" again this evening. Jl-S- B . . - - Alubt Hass. Y.Tuou. TILFORD Sb HAGAN, OQlcea In Trow. brlilitt'a Building. Main tit., over Wratvrn uton Telegraph Ottce. UiVI AI X. KaIoxn Clia. K. OucaiiuT. TTOBXET8-AT-X.A- GILCHRIST A KAIGHN, A InoUca. W ii ; Jl-- bnit Lake I. over the Ofltea W. of V. K. Jonea, Main rtnwt, Citr. rail-ruFebruury 25. In ucciileut liwt night on thellieh-mon- d and Fredericksburg Railroad, W. C. Mainwariug, : of ; Baltimore, wm killed.. Frederick Faulkner, of Richmond, baa his leg amputated below the knee. J,. O. Donneilr, of Charleaton, Weat Virginia: had bdth legs WuHhed and amputated, and John W, Aidrid-'e,- , of Fredurickabnig, received injuries not known. No others were seriously hart. The accident , was caused by sleeping coaches becoming detached on' a down ' ,'V grade. IticHMoxD, to Abdicate. u-- tr ! J. MCKNIGH T, OOra third door ATTOBXET-AT-LA- Unmilluk. JS-- tf ' - What Dumb Has to Ray for Qimaelf. Sax Fbaxcxsco, February 25.; All the - nioruing papers publish interviews with J. D. LOMAX, Duucan. They are all to the same genbeen eral effect, lie ' denies TTOBXXX-Ar-LASalt Lako City. Utah. ' hishaving are hands of L crime, says AWU guilty clean as regards any misappropriation C. M. L'TNUM, a! funds of the bank,1 and that he . Halt to pull through up to the .very City ATrOBXEY-AT-LUffln Building. f tf time of closing the bank, lie accounts for the failure by tho" decline in business rf. M. Holland, ni. u., v. d. since the unspeusion of the' Bank.' of Acute California, and the Usurious rates of inHomeopathic phthiciax. tiwateit. ancceeafaliy be was compelled to pay on loans terest JCo. TS, aide eutranea to Taylur House. to keep afloat. Ilia denies having raised ytf-t- f certificates of safo deposit stock, J. R-- CRAWFORD, saddling that on Hewurkc. He declines Poet to give any account of his adventures Dentist, Nacuwl Sosa St, over theJAU since his disappearance, on the ground that it might make trouble for friends E. TOOTH-ACHSUFFERERS FROM who have assisted , him. He - says he H. II. CLAWSlkX. Dentiat. Emporlnw never intended to leave, the city, fuid JJB. will extract teeth with the great-n- i wonld not have concealed himself expueetule care. Call and are him. IteuM'iu-ta- r, t ho solicitation of friends;' that at aecwul flour, Euipuntun Building. cept jl,4i his soie attempt niude to escape was in with their desire, stimulated compliance The beat in the rity. J. BOOT MAKER. removed to door north of Cuuuora' by the fear tnat he would be mobbed by the Kearney crowd if captured.;. Had it f building. Try Lloyd's boots. not been fur that feAr, he would have given himself np long ago. He believes FRANK FOOTE, that, if given an opportunity, he can street . Halt Lake City, three A BSaYEIL Main duu north of WltiUka Haaa bjwclil save depositors much trom ; the rains of dL attention paid to "MWiile bottlea "and all the bank- - and will use every exertion Linda of bullion. ' HWuplea aent Brum a dia- - tor that end. ' maUt-olance promptly attended lo; and Jl-- ; ek-pect- ed A . l-- Uf-br-e, - . . Bank BxrgUry. .. . - - - : - a n tf ' " Tt el - . . vrner of tail lVniple and Tl.inl Hutli atreelu. TMlln Templar, conliafiy invited hi attend. J Ait km Lera J.diuii. T. B. ;v.-V- ; i jis-t- - h.-eo- CENTENNIAL RESTAURANT. rpHKUK tr . Ltiiit Oil fi AH STYLE. JJT-I- I f - ESI Allv, Uli.VL 8. L. VA o cl X & CO., HI2 - . s ENGLAND. , at Aaj Prict. London, February 25. Vienna says,, - A xpecial from ministry and dslsgationa jriU rsadily grant the vote a credit ackfld .fer by .Count the Premier, but that the Austrians will probably oft fer some opiKHdtion. A strong party in the Austrian Reiohs-rat- h andffimegations favors peace at any price. RxhIs'i New Terms. . London,; February 25. A disjmtch from Constantinople, February 21, via Syra, gives the principal points of the fresh conditions for peace demanded by Russia. The dispatch tally confirms the report irom . Vienna yesterday as to the The- new proproposed boundaries. vince of Bulgaria will include the country between the Danube and the Balkans and a portion of Boumelia between the. Block-Seand. Servia, comprising Sophia and PhUlipopolis as the greater .Macedonia and the part, ' Thrace and whole valley ' of the Moritza,1 except v The conditions provide Adrianople. for an ' assembly of notables to elect a sovereign Frinee for ,, Bulgaria, whose nomination is to be submitted for sanction to the Forte and European Powers; The Bulgarian tribute to the Forte is to equal in amount the net revdme of the province. ' A Bossian oranmission is to superintend . the Bnlgariau Government for two years, and 50.U00 Bnsrian troops are. to occupy the principality daring the same period. The conditions also require cession of Fodgoritza and Anti vari,witu territoryto Montenegro, Russia to have power to. cede the to Roomania in exchange' for Buomanian Bessarabia. The provisions also require ; eeseions of territory in Bosnia and towards Kish to Serria; prohibition of jmseage through the Straits ar insolated to exoept freedom at passage absolute eases; to merchantmen, &en in time of war; payment of an indemnity of. 1,400,000,-00- 0 roubles, to cover which Turkey is to cede Batowm, Kars, Bsyasid, Ardohan and adjacent territory,. Turkey is also to pay forty mlllionsr sterling in-- bonds, interest and sinking fund, which is to be guaranteed by Bulgarian and Egyptian tributes; (the Annolatian revenue and Ileradca mines; ten millions of ronUes to be paid immediately to indemnify Rnssian residents of Constantinople; Turkey to reimburse the Russian capital iu vested in Turkish hands; also to pay for the maintenance of prisoners of war and the reopening' of the Salimi mouth of the Danniic. It is now believed th.it Russia will accept four ironclads instead of six, as orithe-Hungar- ian An-dros-sy, Austro-Hflagan- Clsw-Cnmming- AIN OYHTEB PABLOB5 Q2EiOOS9aEll(l9 5 - s), an ; "V - T i ' . i V',U1; . , t 'orAKEdtffidaea'T e Wliero Th$v Are V itlMUtoI fthat Jii htt'ifi bHSUMSB Mnl Uiptattef - v- . - TUV0ADDLB BOCA . . -- - a . seattet Writs; HSTfa HCM.ta affirta Tws deers . - jSLtr E53 THE LIQUORS, ETd, CHEAPEST! r ITltlTK QOV8E ' - PS AM'. hot-sem- e UBOt ' ---1 ttOCL BlflEITH. NGflBXflK A$ AUo STORE winss TEA POT i feu AOO ffktvaitolhttft st - men-of-w- '4 'tr-- 1 ' . LIQUORO -D- ; . V- - Tho Flsflfll iiffiffl - - 'i , a i - Alvin . . 806iar : 4 jadHstefeatsstTea. . 1 fW . com-pLii- nt . . state m . .. ?. (iuuwr, H . i:. fT. Buulafxitetions men-of-w- . , SALT LAKE LODGE NO. I. OF HDXOft. Me4rtWy rEMFLS ereulugat 7 oVioi-k.a- t Cisler's hal, 80t a U V A ijv- -' Do-brads- . following liny. Charges reasonable. SADDLE BOCK San Fbancisco, February 23. The bank of Temple k Workman, Los Angeles, not in the hands of a United States Amignae in Bankruptcy, was Tklrd Dtstriet Casrl. burglarized some time 'between Satur' and The this Court 9 o'clock convened at half-pa, morning.' day eveuing combination on the vault which was un.The following yesterday morning. locked is the! some as waa used by the were of: dvil eiscc disposed old firm and is said to be known to t'-B. A. M. Froiseth vs. C. S. Erickson some ten persons. The door of the Dismissed on motion of plaintiff. inner safe was forced by the burglars,' Fargo k Co, vs. L. Boeenfield who got about $10,000. No cine to the Telli, ' Settled and removed from calendar. .. jKupetrators yet. F. - F. Ferry vs. J. A. Kelson et al A Block Hills Hardar. Ja,jgment ; -for plaintiff as; prayed by ;; Dbadwood, D. T.,1 Februrv'' 25. agreement. A difficulty occurred at Lead ; Citr toDavid Bees vs. .Utah Southern R. B. Wadxworth Ben and between 8. day Co. Dismissed on motion of plaintiff. John MeTigne, over the possession of a The Hllrer Bill. ia-uis Ogden City. vs: George Nichols New Yobe. February 23. The'. 7irr-aU- lot, resnlting in the former, emptying on motion of defendant. donbls-barrshot gun Washington special thinks the Sil- the contents of a Salt JLakc City vs.' James Bobbins ver bill Wiir be vetoed. The correspond- into the bowels' of '.MtfHgoe, killing Dismissed.'.'':';;.;; Tha message will prob him. Wadsworth was arrested. ' ent contiunes: Salt Lake City' vs. S.- Msltssc Disfor that show the parpose of getably Bail PstartkaA Mazstm missed. ting silver into circulation the bill is FiTXSBuaa, February 25. A gang of Taxbet Helen ol. vs. Flagstaff S. et. Zfl Fflit useless; and that it defeats the desires of desperate ; incendiary Molly Maguires M. Co. al. et. All the demurrers to those who Itouestly wih the silver dol- has been unearthed near Irwin'a Station, complaint overruled,' defendants exesp-te- d. lar to part of the circulating me- on; the Pennsylvania railroad. .They snd thirty days given to answer. dium of the country, autl ought to be number twelve to fifteen men, regularly Helen Tarbet et. al. va. Flagstaff H. M. Co., eta al. Demurrer of Robertson orgauixed for conducting strikes, . ami many stories of .their criminal proceedauil MuIlrids anil Win. Kelson to ' ings are out. of interrsntion of Baskin and de ami that its bvyouil tuts will ,'W Wolfe sustained. - Demurrers of McCur-nic-k Kkot Comrade. a top only to givM a further eiiocX to tUe comiand Billing to complaint of interFocoaxxxpsiR. .. February 25. This deuce; cause still greater business de--1 vention taken under advisement. ' as White, of the Engineer raugemeuts aiui inieusily the snlferiug morning' West The law motion calendar was then and ; Point was getting ready of the without, iu fact, bringiag Curps at taken the and J following action taken: np silver luto general circulation. It is for reveille, one of the command named ginally, demanded. B. Clafliu & II. Co, vs. B. 3I.OaRoll who another namml Tobin shot ' Albert, poseiide thut the mtssugu will advocate Hell squished the Demand. et tr. Continued for the term.' died almost instantly. No farther partU and tnu London, February 25. In the Ilo'du John Chirighino et id. vs. G::B. Boi-tan- o of silver on the broadest basis us ticulars received. Russian said cf Lord ths that 4, et al. Continued for the term. Derby tue eijual of gold in currency, but will demand for the. Turkish OTOH W. Thompson vs. Jesse C. Little-Mo- tion E. ' n (IROCENY explain that it is impossible fur one DTOII I Forte. been refused Un, the had alCONGRESSIONAL NEWS. costs to retax by by plaintiff to accomplish this without the con: Loped it wonld not be jiersisted in. If lowed.' ; of at least one or sent und ' tteaale. ' was demanded by the tribute ; Marlow Egyptian k rju Charles Van Mungrr two others, uml urge that.; the Vice Russia, the demand would require ser25. Motion for a rale cn defendant hr Washington, ' February reinonc-tix-t-tioof general question Wheeler, suffering recently ious consideration. Respecting the al- to answer allowed, aid ordered that the be left President must necessarily from neuralgia, i;nve notice this morning leged demand for expulsion of . Mussul- tiefends ut answer within ;tcn days from interof the result to the absence for several days mans from Bulgaria, Derby said what- thia date. his of national conterunce,' in which Ihj aud intended asked that' L. A. Brown vs. Robert Skelton eft al. jtresident pro tent. ever the demand was originally, he becuUtivti of the' United States b; designated. Hea will withdrawn or lieved been Pittshud either leave for it On application of plaintiff ordered that shall be advocates of silver, and th.it iu bis on to relaa visit modified. of arrest issue against John warrant a materially burg the meautiuie, as the mints cun coin iu ' Picket and Robert Skelton for refusing a year only a very limited quantity of tions. Wallace introduced a Tull to provide to obey.,, the - order of tbe injunction TURKEY. dollars, .Congress shall' umhorize the for maiLt in American ocean the issued ont of said Coart. Farther carrying coinage of $ii),(HM),lKK) or even $10,0UU,-00- steamships. Referred. This is a1 bill Bence Te-dnordered that G. W. Crow be and is herete be Signed Expected as subsidiary coin to bo issued in ex',' the convention. a special officer to serve by for export reward prepared 25. As a by appointed Pzba, be February change lor legal tenders, aud to legal Voorliees called up the resolution sub- ihe Forte's writ. said efforts to ineffectual keep tender to the amount of 325 or $50, bat mitted by him on tho 14th, William Howard vs. Salt Lake providing the British fleet oat of the Dardanelles, not for the payment of interest on for in relation to the issue of the Czar hail consented that the Rus- Iron Co. t al. Ordered that J. City w. inquiry would also thut snch act bonds; really certain lionds by tho . several railroad Grtwnman be is and he snlisti Constanticome not neater shall hereby bring silver dol'ars into nse, aud that in companies, on contingent grunts of sians, than Han.. Stefano bat, at tho tnted aa receiver in the stead of Wm. nople a manner which wonld leave it optional lands of Indians of the Indian Territory. same informed the Forte that he Nelson, by consent of parties. to use them or not, and TMfc amendment of with the on had time,' submitted Janies Lawrence . et ol. vs. Joseph Dorsey, to prevent Grand cr difficulty great thuit .luluct what is d very grave exper- the ,18th; directing the inquiry to be --Leave Woodmansee his Trom Dnke Nicholas given plaintiff to BECAUSE ""T Prio army marching iment with the caution beiiltiug its made also as to money expended by the into summons for withdraw further service, as conquerors. Constantinople Kte-faseveral tribes of Indians in support of Atlas Works vs. F; M. Short leff eft aL to Sun The ore Russians coming Jennal'a the to Washington Delegates to Washington, etc., also acAccording Demurrer fi to complaint argued and us friends, ' not exactly o.n invita sjiccial, Senator Cliuffoe says,; regard- cepted ",b y Vcorbces and received as lion of tLe Saltan,' but with his consent, overruled, v Defendant excepted and ing the probability of the l'resident sign' amended, was agreed to. It was ordered and Grand Dnke Nicholas will probably given ten days to answer. iugthe Silver lull: TbelieVe the Presi- that investigation be mode by the Com- be invited J.. C. receiver, vs, W. S. Brown dent will sign the bill. It would be mittee on Territories. by the Hnltan to enter Stum Demurrer to complaint submitted and escort. boul a with do face the to in oi the not military it petty spite Blaine submitted a resolution request-th- e is that peaco will be signed overruled; to which defendants' excepted vote in both branches of ConPre ident of the United States . to yIt expected the Turks accepting and were given ten days to answer. (Monday), gress." cor- all the conditions of to Senate transmit the all BECAUSE TIRfASt?!t",Bt copies Ralph Martin v. ' W. L. FickanI except the two about Friends of Senator Jones, of Nevada, between oar Government the immediate surrender Motion of plaintiff to set aside report- - of of respondence ironclads bill Silver of s insa the the say passage of her Brittanic Majesty in re- and the payment to Russia of 10,000, referee, argued and further hearing conliis to the Senate,' contingent, and that selection of Desfosse as third 000 roubles in cash and 40,000,000 ster- tinued till this' morning. . to the of course, uxm the election of n Repub- gard Commissioner under the 23d articlo of ling. The Turks hrve yet received no lican Legislature. . treaty of Washington in regard to invitation .to-bTBXJStiBAPHIO BREVITIES. represented at the ' The Treasury Department bought ont fisheries. . Laid over .until '( Congress. of tha bnllion fund, on Monday last, Aft Marlboro, Massachusetts, sixteen Conkling presented petition of James enough silver, at 53 pence, to run aU Gordon Itennett asking Congress to aid on leading Crispins were arrested y ITALY, Promnt the mints for thirty days, even if the Sil- him in seeking new msroveries at the indictments charging conspiracy in con- BECAUSE ver bill becomes a law immediately: The north pole. He had purchased the nection with recent Libor tronbles. Ota, VAtwl purchase was made in anticipation of the Arctic vessel Pandora, and intended to An elevator in the Grand Hotel at Fe of Shah The Feb. 25. passage of the hill, and the temporary man .and ran her at his own expense. siaVienna, Pari balance on Sunday and was St... is in Putexsbnrg shortly carriedlosttoitsthe expected rise 'in silver.' It is believed at the de- The petition desired that the vessel roof with great.; force, in silver will not should carry the American flog. ; Re- Tha Czar has offered him the hospitality killing n Rnssian lady,' a French ' partment that the rise gentle' of court. the be perinanout, but that the juice has ferred to Committee onrCommerce. Imperial man and servants. ' ! ' been put up by speculations. . A message was road from the House (""A Constantinople dispatch rays: One ROUMANIA. a concurrence in the amendannouncing Asdfrwa'i SesUae of detachment of Cossacks and regiment ments to the bill to authorise coinage of New Orucaxs, February. a special oompany detailed to escort the ThmlfXi tt Abdicate. C. Anderson was called before the bar a standard silver, dollar and to restore Duke Grand Nicholas, entered San Stc-fu25. Prince this morning.' The motion ' in arrest its legal tender character.; An engrossed Bcchabest, Fcbraary on Snuday. - The Btuaian division of judgment was overruled and when copy of the bill signed by Speaker Ran- Charles ftwnbm to abdicate if Russia is echeloned between Bnstechnk, Chek-medasked if he had anything fo offer before dall waa delivered to the Senate for the persists iu claiming Bessarabia. In and Han Stefano. f The Russian circles. Prince Gregory Stoordia sentence, Anderson said that .he con- signature of the g A London correspondent at St- - Peters-bnrsidered his esse a cruel persecution un- bill now goes to the President. is mentioned ' ss a candidate for the feelbetter a much that telegraphs der the loros of law,' "that hs was in throne of the Principality. The znodna vivendi ing prevails the power of the court and ready to reWashington, February 25. Mr. Shels with tha Straits and England, touching isceive sentence.; Judge Whitaker an- ley introduced a hill authorizing the tho fleet in the British of the presence A London ;. corresponded d Route swered that the accused Had x fair trial sue of United States notes and providing G. satisfacSea as of is ' Marmora, regarded before an impartial jury and Hat the for tha ' redemption of .. oenain United telegrsplis that the feeling is growing official in mo liberal tory is not quarters new there waa .' ... the verdict Pope fully justified by the evi- States bonds, '4 - t dence. ." He then sentenced Anderson, A number of bills for issuing certifi- as was thought. It seems certain that Hotel Bmi hold ffiarailr Leo .and XIII do nut Cardinal Peed in consequence of the recommendation cates for silver bullion deposited in the of the jury to the mercy of the court, United States Mi were introduced and the same views. It is now believed the In the city at $1,50 to $2 per day it Pope will remain secluded in the Vati- the Valley House, . Bespectfullj solicitfo the lowest term under the law, two referred. can. labor in , I ing eastern from new. and a continuance the State penitenyearn hud ooxts. A and has of favur from old acquaintances, I affixed his LivBuidill from steamer Brussels The tiary nupenxion appeal Speaker City of - OfirtH Jena F. foamts. wap granted returnable on Wednesday. erpool brings $70U,000in gold. to the enrolled SilvsrdfilL years, truly W Strtt ! : Jl-t- And KlokB JLvutlljr Agalut ' REMOVAL." GUY YOUG , . ad -- tf BENNETT A HARKNE8S, ATTORXEY8-AT-LA- nailraad Accident. or NOTICB . Princp CharlCB Threatens The Star said Conterems and February Herald says Messrs. Rodns, two of the partywho took possession of the American schooner. Sunbeam, at Fort Simon, state that their action waa not in any manner intended as an net,, of .piracy. - They were : pursued by a superior fjfSRw! and it was a matter of life nett death under the circumstances. They offered the captain of the schooner money, to take them aVay, which he , refused, and they then took possession of the vessel by a show of force, but did no violence o person or property and meant no insult to the . United States. ; 00 People Bnrnudt Death- San Fxaxczsco, February 25. The ' folluwiug is per steamer Oceanic; from China:. A terrible disaster occurred recently at : Tientsin. The Refuge : house. in which the famine stricken refugees from the northern provinces had assembled, took tire, and of nearly 3.U00 jeqple inr the building, only about 100 escaped. The extremely cold weather that has prevailed has had a fatal effect on refugees many of whom have been, frozen to death, while thousands are suffering from insufihdent accomodation and lack of. food, , which cannot .be supplied in quantities to meet their demand.'. ' - awl Collection agruW, Xo. Ml Main Street. Salt Lake City. LUk. Pnraanwnl Law UnillkN.' .Giva'apWrtal to bad awl Sllblngllattw. . Kutuy TT0BXEV8-AT-LL- 10. ; Panama, W. L .A Nelasttlt Ycani Imprlsoumcut. Intended.''-- HEW ADVERTISEMENTS.' Mel-rille.- " Dull and Bear. to-da- 63 Cents Por t i - per-fcvmantt-of; LatcIj 8ov Between A J - Bock-ingha- m Turkey, All iy is GENERAL" GROCERIES: " . Y. iOTtk FEBRUARY 20. RIORNINQ, F08EI23NEWS. R W. 25. . TUC8PAY UTAH, CITV, -- ... k AND OKIGlNAL.... - , - - EFGLISil ALB VA$LHI ar ns-tio- : All n Itadasf . In trt : to to tlielr pitraoi Hm the pnmi ciiuitf. mInUiiu of ali--r rt-pr- a ! JlnHlncm Pure Wines and Liquors9 ffi SS.V nSDtiW Halt fld Sdtieas. : Properly, . . Clczaul KcsidcuccM, . U KAAGETT8 AND WAGNES8 BEES ALE - Flue Collagen, . - ajid pt-op- Loin, Lie., , ls h price, tint ilefy rompetltion. Wo hare also ESTATE FOR SALE HOT & FANCY DRINKS L Alike bar. - a few pieces of two-thu- NEAL All IfaSs af e.,, no At . i-- : Cheap Iloiinen y fW famltv ere. . CHEAP, On the Installment plan. ds " to-da- A spsefalfy. . ' w. r Loan and XTogotiata XKEoney DSLU8 St to-da- ALE tea cents per (lass m fifty ruti par quart. . . at lowest rates. On Iteal Estate YABLOB ' a specialty. ; AD UQTOK ITOIfi j Kimball Horn, l Y. MAXGETTS, UroprMor. ; SosrchinflE of Records SALOON JMl FITS. EPILEPSY, 23.-Tho- Office 2d floor Wasatch Xi A 2ND Boldins. jl-t- f uo aavov je BAILEY, lata chief slerk In Barveyov oflleM of Montana and Utah. United States Hnrveyur iit the public lauds TC. t ,i fur dght veara. viee-Freside- nt. . CIVIL ENGINEER AND BDBVETOB NOTARY PIBL1G AND 1USAL ESTATE BitUKEB LAND AGENT ABB ATTUHNEY. y. . F. CULM ER. . awl Home-dtea- d Attauda promptly to ntinga art udserai appiUattous, map tracings and deeds of all kinds, ears taxes, aearctae titlea, makes eoltoetions eonteats land canes, rents bowiee and lauua loans made and negotiated, answers all letters eoneerulng land matters, whan stamp Is en-Fra-ampti- va-dar- to-da- ee Offica Main street, flnt doer sooth U, A Laud OBee, up eUlm, Hatt Lake CSlty. : . !5-, PALLIMO 8ICRHB8S tnxmvn.T cubbmio DK. RT OHB MONTH'S VSAOE Or Braoto GOC-L4K- r. cm rear aflna StasaK atv there tartan aa mty trial, aafl ba coanareA aC tbatrcareUva powam. Mate laia boa Ssjuu, or roar boxre tot at by mall ta ay part et tea raitad. Oaaada va rerelpief pfteasrbyea-C- 4 : v r -- t O. D, Hto X. dn tn . . . 'AJiaftvrr, teftlfa ' Y. f & - V r. ; . ran (Mi 'A. P CKLEBHATKP IHPALUVMC ITT rOVDXXX. - Tv martens saltan is that thra, pewdewartllds all w claim tar tbaawa will seed them hm mall, HOST PAID, a TRIAL BOX. 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