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- - - 4 BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! Goes Salt Lake Realty. So Does tie lew Goods and Novelties Recei?efl Daily at tie Fair. AW li;tvi some choice Imrjrains n 10, .1 ami We counter. lYuplo wonder why wc sell good so cheap We HIT FOR CASH AND SKLi. FOR CASH, t.uint,' m money standing or bad uiwunU fur nwli customers to pay. I THE F-IK- .. ITo. 13 West First Soutli street, f i -- TnesTdirectory. - jnnicobs&co., Bmluuig, penl Eu; Dfj1 J.,, pro,Vty in .11 part fthd it. . ko choice bumaiua iu business and frmpr!!il - H. C. LETT & SON, and Country, No. T1mAlnWrX oPPOto tho Walker ,dtUkeCiW. . --CSnnalSiTHVESTllESTCO. in Ueal Estate, Loans and - BNoamMBtreot wTTH WHITE & CO., Brokers No. 75 East PjgfnthHtref t, Bait Lake City, Utah. --7.J. A. GBOKSBKOK. W.B.ANDBKW BCBTOS, OBOESBECK & CO. No. 29 Main flrtUtke p.ft1.EiT?h'. Notary in office. Telephone 181. JOHNSON & CO., Klines. nnd fl.jjgffi West First South Btroot. f hTvILANO & DENBY, .t$t Bttlt Lak Cltyi II tali. : " LANGAN & CO., Horse -:- - Slioers, nldEwloFoundry.oor.2d South and 1st West sts. experience in Colorado. tS ONM n- fivo pw5 years in the city whore horse shoe-ing is made a specialty. " 5Tb: stan wood, Real Estate and Investment Broker. Estate for nou-Jct.te- a Bliialty. N. E.Cor. Mn and Third Sts., 'Jasement of bt. Llrao Hotel, Salt Lake City. F. AUERBACH & BROS. WILL SHOW ON Monday, March 10th Spring Importations in Various Departments, including; Additional Novelties in Silk and Dress Goods. NEW GOODS AKE AKRIVING DAILY, and anions those already in we can Boast of THE FINEST LINE OF FRENCH AND AMERICAN SATEENS Ever brought to this city. Also a beautiful and varied assortment of Zephyr Cloths. Wo have taken particular pains I n I I with oui Carpet Department I 1 01111 fit g 011011111011 We only request an inspection flllrl g A lllrl of our handsome Axmissteu, I ill I III I J III III HI Moqckttb, - Velvet, - Body UU1IUI lUjpui UllUill Brussels, Tapestry and Isobain Carpets, and you will admit that they are the best and cheapest in town. RUDOLPH ALFF, IMFOUTKUOF f CHINA, CROCKERY AND GALSSWARE; Fluted Ware, Cutlery, Lamps, Vu.te and Statuary. jl A FULL STOCK OF CHINA AND PARIAN NOVELTIKA J h 110 Miiln Street, Suit Lake City. jj Hi ami Montana IfaelerF Coii C. I MASON, Mimnycr, j Headquarters for all Glasses of Machinery. Engines and Boilers from power ami upwards in Ktock forimim lialo delivery. Steam 1'ninpH, Injectors, llorso Whiiui, Hoisting Knjtinir Roc's Hreakcra, Wall's RolU, In;;erMoll Air Compressors and lrill, Lubr culiiiii Oila, Mine, Mill and Smeller Stippli-m- , Silver, Gold nnd Coneentra' i. j; Mills erected and delivered in running order. $ Maine Office anJ Warerooms 259 S. Main Strerl. Salt Lake 0. f. AGENCY. BUTTE. MONT MA, t ALFRED DUNSHEE, Real Estate Loans, fovestmeats, 101 Maine St Rear of Jones' Bank. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. J. G. MoAlwstkb. D. H. MoAixisteb. McAllister buos., Real Estate and fands, 265 S. Maine Street, I Unde r Abstract Office, SALT CITY I'HEDMACrBEItSON. 1'. S. GREEN. L. B. SUAEr. L. 11, SIIABP & CO., BEAL ESTATE! 5G W. 2d South St. Salt Lake City. City I'roperty and Acrewce liovpot and Fold on CimniiHaion, Bench property a bpecialty. Lar-riat-w Free. S, F. SPENCER & CO.. Real Estate, Loans, Investments :4 S. Main St., Salt Loko City. Complete List of City and Acreage Property. BEPAHTMEST IS KOW COMI'LETK, ami "Ul DfinT nnrl OIMC DUUi 3IIQ OIiUL we are prepared (o Fit all feet and pockets. In endless variety, and all stylish good?. In fact, we have scoured the Eastern Markets for the Latest and most Fashionable novelties. Ulll ulMl Dull 1 New Sprim Wraps and Coals. Better come early and get a good selection. The best and the choicest goods go first. We can guarantee the very lowest prices consistent with good qualities. fiTMail orders promptly attended to. if. mitt k loi Rio GraaJe Western Railway. SCENIC LINE OF TIIE WOULD Tho only TranncMitinental Lino pann-ing through Mult Lake City. The imly lino to Homer w ith, no eluuigo of cars, and with only one Change to Chicago. Cnrmit tiuio iblo In dliwton amlfiom No Nth, 181. EAST HOI NI) THA1NS. No. 2. No. 4. Atlantic A i l.'.lit if Utiil l'inw. Iinvn 0.l tl:li. m, f. t'i p. tn Arrive Hjilt Ukn lii:Mi.m. " tAp. in. I,eavorlHll liiiku l'i::i"ia. in. "iM p.m. Arrive I'rnvo 1.1:10 p. ni.tl M p. in. Uavo l'rovo Yl.Miv- - lu.tl Ol p. in. Arrive lirwm llivi'r H:l .i. m 4::ii n. in. IrfiavB Oii-i't- i ItiviT I U' P- - ni. 4 Hi. in. Arrive Ttlelilo '"i P. W "' Arrive Denver 1:1 P. in. 1:1.') a. in. WKST IIOHM1 I'll iNM. No. I No. , l'lu'Ltie 1'm'itie Mail. I'spri Iavo lenver P a. in. . in lii'live l'llelilo 1 P. m.rJ:l'ia. in. ArrivoUreon lllver VMliu in.lO.i.ip.m. lioavodreeii Hiver H':li . ni.limip. in. Arrive I'rovi 4:M)p. in. turn, in. Urnve llnivo P. ! ll'HIa.m. ArrivoHnll I.aki :' !' "t. 1:1" a. in. lve Halt Lake 7:'"' P. ' 7" ' Arrive Oiplen M !' ' ll lu l'ullnan I'lilace and lliillef Klpintl ' on a.l ThroiiKll Trainn. llorlon ll'T.liiiinn Clmir Can l'tve l'twecn Bait Lake t'itu tt:ai l'rovo uu Tniina 1. au.l it. II. C.lKHMiK. J. H. IIKNXKTT. Unit. MlllinciT. I'n. Act. One-Pric- e Store. Kota a Full Lino of cLO-xrEcinsra- - And Govts' Furniuhin Gootl, BooIb, lliiU'.'i'runkfl, Valines, lilunkntH, JCtc, Kto. We non miaropntiK'' odfl, We girAiiinU.o wit'.. r,iii('t ion, We are wovbr jiideraold, and We hnvtf '.'Jy one price I Ordoi" by mail receive careful atlen tion. 210 iV.ain Street, two doors mnali of "vVhite II juho. Ilii' People's Favot'itc (Mi DiR H Pleasant fallay aiA Castle Gffl: Only 75 l'cr Ton at Yard. ' 5i5 ler Ton lulivered, i Nut :$.& IVrTon at Vard. (? 1,00 IVr Ton Delivered. j SOI.K AOKNTB roll Anthracite, Blacksmith and Charooa PIG IRON, COKE, WOOD AND KINDLING Coiinlanllv mi Hand, A. L. Williams, Agent and Managers I ' SALT LAKE CITY HARTENSTEIN & SHEETS, Fashionable Barbers, (In Auor & Mnrphy'a New Building. HAIR CUTTING, SHAMPOOING, ETC., No. 1G E. 1st South St. Salt Lake City. I. Watters, Broker, 31 E. First South St., East of Deserjt National Bank, Salt Lake City. Makes Loans on Watches. Diamonds and Jowol-r- HentB t'olloeted. Kailroad Tickets l!oni;iit n'mlSold. Husiuees confidential. Established MM. AU TJnroUoomed Pledges Hold at very low rat. . W. A. Taylor, Merchant Tailor, NEW SPRING STYLES JUST ARRIVED. 13 and 45 E. Second South Stroot, Salt Lake City. J. C. MURPHY & CO., Rubber Stamps and Notarial Seals. Agent3 for the Abbott Check Perforator Salt Lake City. Ik M-- D Steal Range- - ffiiaa9rftM1 .Ui-c-'kiisl- GREAT SLAUGHTERING SALE CD F Heating Stoves! M. E. McENAKY, ttorney-at-Law- . Progress Building (Fourth Floor). Q W. POWERS, Attorney-Ht-Law- , Opposite Cnllen Hotel. Hecond Bonth Btreet, B.CIUTCHLOW. Attorney-at-Lnw- , Uooms 27 and 28, Bnilding. UB. FltEEMAN & BOllltOWB. Bpectacles Accurately 1 ltted. Eye, Enr, Nose, Tliroat. Rooms 17 and 18, Building. YADON & HEATH. Real Estate and Loan Agents. No. 150 Main Street. Reference: ; McCornick 6c Co., Bankers Correspondence Solicited. 'ii3soLii'"i Sole Agents for Utah of Mason & Davis' Steel Kanges. with Round Fire Pot, Anti-Clink- Grate, poised oven door, ventilator etc. Made in all sues. Call and examine these celebrated Ranges or send for circular with cuts before paying same price for old style Range. General line of Cook and Heat-ing Stoves and House Furmahing Goods. F. E. SOHOPPE&CO 223 South Main St loo HEATING STOVES MUST BE SOLD Regardless of Cost. You can Save Fifty Per Cent by Buying Now of tho SALT LAKE HARDWARE COMPANY. 32 West Second South. (Opera House Block). Sign of tto-- e "BIG-- C--CT2- Dr. C. W. JUGGINS. MiCHUsaoriu asd axalytic physician, 17 t M. . lU'nnm rbf. i, . w Id wIm H, wtl known .i prt, ? -nf ',;, ij t Hi.iwj( i ...pi.int. iii,'W iwfc-- f .t(uU, , ll.....i.n.-.t.."-. H..rt J- - I IZull' tZi r,.l I.. UhI k,u- - ;t ,V-4- ' All "ZrJTh, Krr U i fes (H,llt1iW'l"'" . I .,,l, thmt MM w, ft. tt MWWW ' TIll'STKK'S sali;. WliK.tiRAN, Mary A. Hell, l.y r nnrlaln dml " tniHt. lalil the .Mb .In of Kebmarv. A. U mid duly nrorded on die IMh day of Mrmiry, IHX.i, in tho Iteconler'H olli'-- of the ( onnty Halt Lake in tbe Territory of I lull, In l.ok "; A" of n.ortKaxm aie a(7,K., wild and eniiveynl hi tbe nnderiKiiiil. triiMl.-e- , llm followon? im. cw. or parrels of bind, will) nil llm appiirt.'nani e llierMio. nliiiai.il in the Cilyan.l County of Halt jik, ,1 .Trilory of I'tali, ti All of one ill, m Ol. w n'i) (Vl.teli (101, elevi'li llll. twelve lli. Ihlrlf-- o illi.fifl.i-- (ir,i,o. n (K,i - Ui'll llll), twenty V I, Cili, IwliM-Iw- o ft, twelily-lbn- i. ISII. i.li, Iwentj-fiv- e iSh mid lw.uty-i- J'..an p atli m. pHiiorama hnllivii"ti ol il.-- one liini.lr.il and eii(bty-fi- v (H.'.l, I'lat II, bait Ijike HI, ""Tb'e'foreK.iltiK .areels-o- f land MnK 1'olivi . .1 lo the iiDileri.inii.-- in trnn for the pnrpow". seenriim lie- - i.ajn.ent of n iieK..iial.lepr..ii i r noleex.i-nt.i- t by wild Mary A. I led m fnior..r Katie dabil Jib. pwj, tor of fivo bundled :) dolh.r-- , due on.. ;. .ir .lOer.tite, witb Inler.t l the ran- of n d..te niitil one (II n.oi-ll-paid. Intend payable ,,narter.y, hn l, with 11, of said tnwt, an. mure fully wt In siiid deed of wliinh, for nyore iitm "r wriplion. i hereby reb-ire- to unit mn-l- ('til ; and Wi:i.ka. totbet.-r- find eon.b lions of mid not" und H.i.l .1.1 of tr.il, o.l note isdiie, and no (art hw l!. Wiikhkan. It w.u and l providul in aid il"i of trie mat ehoiild defnoll b; m id" in nt of aid note or in int.-rei- t mii-b- t R pro.oh d liwntin, t.iMti rhoohl pn-'- l " Mid .ro..-rl- or' nni' li ".:"'"'' ''','';at public Tend.Ki P. On-- Mil . for . ash for ('. .uri of fntlnm.it and o. clmrKiiiK the iiuti.it awl ob!iK"U""" "' ',,t l'Vnr.Hih J..bti l. H!!f-.r- leanl ..vvie-- And bol.ler of Mtiil proiiornut ""!'" ' (! trni.- lo 1:""'" '' '", ' pn..rty r and eor.linf 1 - ,roviior of 'aid d.l-- l f trurf nlol U) . diiiii and oblis:tioi. n...r...t. now.tl 1. III.- - nndendKIied triol"-- liforewod J tie- r. of 0 owner an.l h.,llr f KTL D.rte will in with K prortiorm of wid del of on krulav. April. A. D. -'. '" ,". r";, ', of L . .. .i.ty of Hal. I... Territory H.HHJ, front d.-- .r of 0, .o.o..y I mrt !' '' the mid wnnty, ni ft 'el.K-- noon of ft.- - at i.iiWir, anetion to the t , " Tail. Hful e.or,.-- of WM H t p.irr.elof Imirl .,r - -. tl., to ly Mid hole and u.f-- ' 'he lrui, l - Ml tlie aame antl the Kl)Mtt H.t till. HM'. i tu.t". 8iUt lk City. Uili, ilaf' l' W MIDDLEMISS, VAN DYKE k CO.. Real Estate and Mines, 156 Main St., Salt Lake City, Utah. W. II. McOLURE &CO., REAL ESTATE, SMALL PKOFITB AND HUIK IiKTUKNB. CC West Second South Street, Salt Lake City. J. W. WHITECAB, Designer and Engraver on Wood, 121 S. Main St., Salt Lake City, MISCELLANEOUS. MONEY LOANED ON DIAMOND8.WATCHES Jewelry. E. McCarrick, 240 B. Main st one door north of Walker Honte. Alsostue line of Watches, Jewelry, Itevolvere and Cliarrae for Bale cheaper than anywhere in the west. SOCIETIES. MASONIC. Slated convocations of Utn) No. 1, It. A. M , first Wednesday-o-every month. Sojou-min- comnanions cordiell iHYited. J. J.Gbsenewai.d. M.E. H.P. Philw Bnwos, Secy Happy Hour Dental Coaipany. Twi ladies, two SffitSt. gentlemen; Our fiJL Prioe8 1000 V6 CEfe cent on your in- - i' &&izVr vestment. I Tigi.rng3?-- Cleaning and J whaeuimt the f PC teeth, new pro-- nation and treat ment free of charge. Finest gold fillings and up. Teeth extracted posi-tively without pain and danser by use of our new anesthetic compound aid free of charge on Wednesdays; come early. Silver or amalgam fillings, 81; phos-phate and other fillings, $1. Full set of best teeth S5 and up, ac--; cording to material in base plate. Mrs. Buck and Miss Weaverling of this company especially solicit the patronage of ladies. Finest work; perfect satisfaction guar-- 4 atiteed. Respectfully, f JIappt Houb Dental Co. v Office in Wasatob Block, ' SALT LAKS THEATRE. Chas. S. Burton, - - Manager Three Nights Only. Commencing Tuesday Evenin March 18th. THE EMMA JUOH GRAND-ENGL- ISH CPEEA COMPANY. REPORTOIRE: Wednesday, - WILLIAM TELL Thursday - - - - MIGNON. Fridty, (Extra)- - CABMEN, Prices: $2, $150, 50c. and 25c. Seats now on Bale. THE OCCIDENTAL. Pure Goods Only and of The Best Quality. STUDIOUS ATTENTION. AUCR & MURPHY, Proprietor. Ho,EatFlrBtJ3outh8t., . 8lt UkeCltj. Spencer & Kimball,!! 160 Main Street. --EXCLUSIVE DEALERS I-N-Sole Agents for . James Means $3 Shoer' - i WALKEll . HOUSE. Th Wi l Wli to . !""" c"tt' of Ui city, ami tuut ail - Modem Improvements & Conveniences iriirtly'rHKH.ia.Jrar.l T.Kirwt Hof l Ukefity. I'M-w-iiPf eie;it.-- . The Walker & tlie Metropolitan Bait Uk VI:. Am tt to UaiHit Hot?l 'A a, S. EBB Froo'r" THE CULLEN. THE Modern Hotel OF SALT LAKE CITY. St, C. Eti iXG, Proprlr. Guns and Cutlery, Guns, Sporting GwxU and Cutlery will be sold at lower prices than any house in Utah on acwunt of change in business. See my stock and price before you purchase, M. R. EVANS 12 W. 2d South SU Salt Iok City- - Coliellu Tapestry. Kal gobelin tapestry ia hard to find iu the dry goods stores. Much is sold as gohelin tapestry that is not genuine. Gobelin has quite a, history, and gave 11 new word to ouv vocabulary. A Flem-ish painter named Gluck found a process for dyeing a beautiful and a very pecul-iar scarlet, and sold it to Giles Gobelin, who built a factory in France, where he made tapestries and cloths of this pecul-iar color. Everybody looked on him as a crank, and his factory was always upoken of as "Gobelin's Folly;" hut ho made a go of it, and his success was bo great that those superstitious old folks supposed ho was aided by the devil. The devil wa3 supposed to have taught him the art of dyeing scarlet on condition that at a certain time the devil was to have him. When the time was up tho devil came after him, and caught him going through a yard at night with a little piece of lighted candle in his hand. Gobelin begged for time, but tho devil wouldn't let him have it. At last Gobelin re-quested his satanic majesty to wait until the bit of candle in his hand burned out, and tho dovil consented. Tho wily old Gobelin, as soon as he got this concession, threw the candle into tho well and pitched the devil in after it. The devil was very angry, but before ho could get out Gobelin gathered a guard of enthu-siasts about him and secured himself from any further attacks. Now, for the new word. From this story came the word "goblin," a ghost or specter, and it has become one of the words of the language, but it had its origin in this silly story that was told about tho man who first mado these tapestries. St. Louis Many Persona Burled Alive "There are plenty of peoplo moldering under the sod," says a physician, "who were buried beforo life became extinct, but they were never made aware of the fact. Coffins nowadays are hermetically sealed, and there is not enough air In one of them to bring a person to life out of a trance. The lungs must have a certain amount of oxygen before the heart will begin 'to act, and one full inhalation would exhaust all of the oxygen in a modern casket, and tho lungs would, of course, bo unable to take another. All lliese stories of fearful sufferings endured by persons buried olive are false; there's nothing to them. "No doubt bodies are frequently in-terred while life is yet existent, but this would not be the caee if everybody l:new of a certain infallible and absolutely certain test of death. "All you have to do is to apply a match to any part of the supposed corpse. If life remains, however little, a blister will at once form." Chicago Herald. A Nation of ISHtliers. Among the working classes in Siam even the festoons of cobwebs rarely at-tract attention, though they may be black with age and dust and smoke (for there are no chimneys to the houses, and the cooking is all done inside). And yet in their own way the Siamese are a very cleanly peoplo. They ara a nation of bathers, and from infancy always indulge in a regular plunge two or three times a day. The children are amphibious, and rather more at home and much happier Id the water than in tho house. New York Journal.