Deseret Semi-Weekly News Salt Lake City Utah, Friday, January 6, 1893. Vol. XXVII No. 99
(Deseret Semi-Weekly News)

Salt Lake City Utah: Deseret News Publishing Company, 1893. 8 page newspaper from Salt Lake; articles of the day: international, national, local news and commentary; including: political reportage and commentary, with transciripts of discussions -"A Hot Council. three Strong and Reproachful Communications. The Expected Roasts Came. President Loofbourow is Seriously Charged by Mayor Baskin. To Be Investigated. His Honor also Accuses Councilman Lawson of Being a Modern Shylock. -A Veto Message."; opinions on the dress of a few women at a Salt Lake City theater opening "...one feature, however...was simply disgusting. We refer to the insufficient quantity of clothing worn by a few of thew women...whose plenitude of skirt made their paucity of bodice all the more conspicuous..."; the Chinese worker-immigration problem; crimes in the United States; political, social unrest in Europe, editorial opinions, more; advertisements from SLC businesses, some illustrated; crime news; court, probate, arrests, obituaries; interesting articles regarding a petrified corpse & surrounding story of fraud; some edge, tips wear to paper edges, closed tear along old fold line, no loss; good condition overall and interesting Mormon-Latter Day Saints, Salt Lake City Utah primary source history. Good (Item ID: 15389)

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