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- 1 ' :: : :: - SALT LAKE EVENING TIMES. THE TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. T. A. Davis, Trait't W. R. Ginns, Manager. Subscription to the Daily Times. 12 montlia $8.00 a " 4.00 ( ' 2.00 1 " : (Always in advance.) Thb Times' Telephone number is 481. TUESDAY, MARCH 23. 1800. are in excess of the growth of this city for instance. Gentlemen, be careful that in banking upon this excess, in your calculations on the immediate growth of the city, you do not overdraw. Overdrafts come back to plague the drawer. Keep pegging away in the mountain. Bring in g men who will not confine themselves to swapping jack-knive- s or corner lota or loaning money in this or any other city, but will open mines, build furnaces for manufac-turing iron, turn some of your coking coal beds into coke and with it melt down your iron mountains into manu-factured iron and steel. .In short keep your mining developments ahead of your city. But to do all this, the first necessity is a wide awake and permanent organiza-tion a mining exchange, devoted to the sustenance and growth of this great mineral industry and composed of men personally interested in it. A MINING 1CXCHANUK. Isu't it quite time for tho mining in-terest to nseort itself in Utnh? Denver nnd Kniisas City huve mining stock ex-changes, which naturally draw nttention and capital to those points. Tho mineral treasures of Utah are to lio at the foundation of her present aud prospective prosperity. Home markets for mining supplies are the main dependence of farmers, cattle-me- and fruit raisers. Investors in city and suburbnn property rely upon tho development of precious and useful metal aud mineral for future g 'owth of city and country, with corres-ponding grewth of profits on their in-vestments in real ostato. One open recret of the present ad-vance in city property, iB tho admitted ' increased .development ot mining aud tributary sources of businoss, over and beyond the cities and Iowub to which this outsu'o businoss tends. In short the development of tributary interests GEORGE A. LOWE, Dealer in All Kinds of First Class Agricultural Implements, SCHUTTLER FARM AND FRElG IISWAG ONS, Coliis Billies, PMons Eoafl Car of every description. Steam Engines, Leffel Wheel WAREHOUSES STATE ROAD BETWEEN FIRST AND SECOND SOUTH. Union National Bank SALT LAKE CITY. Capital - - - - GRAND OPERA HOUSE. V. J. BURGESS, - - Manager, Monday, Tuesday Wednesday, Thursday . March 24, 25, 20 and 27. Iloynlly welcomed ngmn to Snlt Lake City. Greater, Orandor Mure Gorgeous than ever. so ses. so iEIC 3'S BEAUTIFUL EVANGELINE ! Now fiicee, old fnvoritee, superb scenery, mag-nificent costumes. Tiie Armour HreKsers used in the Amazonian Mareh are pronounced the moft dazzling uud Ix'aulifnl ever seen on the American triage. Calcium light ctTcctH and great Btar oiiHt. (ieo K Fortottque, Yoliuid Wallace, 1'oter V Daly, Hondo Tanneliill. Jas. B MnflH, Klla Hock, W II CollingH, Catherine Mcbenn, (ins. Frankel, Helen Hmitli. Harry Kelly, Lillian Morris, W il Mack. Maud Emerson, Jan. Finn, Ida Moroland, Fred L Turner, Itoliert Wutaou, and Arthur V Pell, Conductor, anil 40 oilier. ' 2. --? & I rn -- . CD 01 V, m w p m CD 3" CD P X i i m m p sp-- m l i: . ZZ g cd 3 m. I J m t 1 Jr op Co o) p C &5 m to (P3 q n " p s 5" I w j o CO o 3. : 2 United States Depository Safe Deposit Vault, Absolutely Fire and Burglar Froof. Boxes from 150 to $25.00 por Year. Careful and Prompt Attention Give TO COLLECTIONS. WELLS.FARGO&CO'S 3r Salt Luke City, - - - - .... Utah BUYS AND BKLLB EXCITANOK,, MARKS tranaferH on tha princiiml citica of the United Htatea and Euroiie, and on all pointa on the Pacific Coaat. IaHtiea letlera of credit, available in the prin-cipal nitina of the world. Bpecial attention given to the Boiling of ores and bullion. Advances made on consignment at lowest rates. Particnlar attention given to collections hroaghont Utj.h, Nevada and adjoining Terri-orlo- e, AcconuUi solicited. OOHIIKHI'ONUKNTS: Wells, Fargo A Co London Wells, Fargo A Co Now York Maverick National Hank lloaton First National Hark Omaha First National Dank Denver Merchant's National Hank ...Chicago Koatmnn's BavingH Hunk Ht. Jjouis Wells, Fargo A Co Ban Francisco J. :DOOI gt. vCommerdal National Bank- - OF SALT LAKE CITY. Capital $250,000.00 No. 11 E. First Bonth street EIEECTOES: ft. Q, Malch, Pros't. O. M. Downey, Vine-rre- Thoa. Marshal. F. E. BcryniBer, F. H. Auerlmcn, 1). C, Hacon, John J. Daly, W. V. Noble J. W. Donnellan, Cashier, Spfli Diamonds, Fine Watches, CH Silverware Solid, and. iFlated, I and. an Endless "Variety of ' Jewelry in if ai Artistic Desii ::: ! for th e iholi days, i :::: Qur Stock of Souvcrnirs are Beyond Question Qupcrior to any Heretofore Shown in This Country, Qall at Our Rooms and See tho Offerings : O. L. ELIASON, ;:::: 3STo. 220 Cain St. - - Opposite I?. Utah Title Insurance & Trust Cc 68 West 2nd South St., Salt Lafco City, Utah. OFFICERS AND STOCKHOLDERS. John E. Dooley, President. L. S. Hills, A. L. Thomas, Secret INCOKPOliATOUS. F. II. Auorbach, Merchant. W. S. McCornick, Banker. R. C. Chambers, Ontario Mining Co. W. II. Rowo, Merchant. John J. Daly, Capitalict. James Sharp, Utah Central Railroat J. E. Dooley, Cashier Wells, Fargo & Co. E. A. Smith, Cashier Deseret Sav W. C. Hall, Attorney. Bank. L. S. Hills, Cashier Deseret National Arthur L. Thomns, Governor of Ut Bank. J. R. Walker, Union National Bank. John A. Marshall Probate Judge. T. G. Webber, Sup't Z. C. M. I. Attorney, John A. Marshall. J.W. Farrell & Co L-W-U ' Plnmtas, Gas & Steam filters, Dealers in all kinds of Lift and Force Pumps Orders taken for drive and dug wells. Cespools built and connections made, elephone 200 137Mein St.. Olp . Anerb chHioa KELLY & COMPANY Printers, Blank-Boo- h Makers and Stationers. No. 40 W. Second South St., Salt Lake, - Utati OTJH fncilitie8 for doing firar-cla- Job are of the noweHt and boat, BOOKS Ruled, Printod nnd Mound to Order. of Kttilroad, Mining, Bank and Mercantile Work always on hand, COMPLETE line of Office Bnpplicn, most approved labor-savin- g and economical inventions, PRICES LOW. CALL ON US. SEARS & CO. 215 Main Staeet, Ilavo the Exclusive sale on a largo list of property and will be glad to show them. Call now while our Lists are in sli"pe. SEARS & CO. 245 - - MAIN STREET. Transacts a general banking business In all branches. Soils Sight Drafts on the principal cities of the world. Issues Circular Letters of Credit nnd Postal Money Orders on all parts of Europe and the Orient. Collections promptly at-tended to. Loans money at the lowest rates and on the best terms prevailing in this market.. Famrs H. Baooh, JTbank U Holland President. Cashier. Bank of Salt Lake. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. General Banking Bnsiness Transacted. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Exchange Bought and Sold. Monoy to Lend on Real Estate from one to live years time. McCORNICK & CO., 3.3riz:3S- - SALT LAKE, UTAH Careful nttepf'-- n given to tho snlo of Ores and ilullion. Wi solicit cousivumentfl highest market price. COLLECTIONS MAdTaT LOWEST RATES ACTIVE ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. CORIiESl"oNDENTS: New York- -J in p. and Trad. Nat. Han k, Chemical Nat, Hank, Kouiilzo )n', Chicago ( 'enmierciid Nut. Hank Ban Francisc- o- First Nat. bunk, Crocker-Woodwor-th Nat. Hank. Omaha Omaha Nat. Hank. 8U Jvouis Htete Hank of Ht, Louis. Kansas City Nat. Hank of Kansas City. Denver Denver Nat. Hank, Cily Nat. Hank London, Ungluud -- Messrs, Martin & Co., 83 Lombard Ktroet, E.SELLS. J.TUCKE1I. Oq.W.Bl Sells & Corripany, ftlcsale and Retail Dealers in Lumber - First South Street, Opp. 11th Ward Assembly Kooms. r. O. Box 1078. - Old Pioneer Yard of Armstrong & Bogle .. Guns and Cutlery, 0 mis, Sporting Goods and Cutlery will bo sold at lower prices than any house in Utah on account of change in business. Sec my stock and prices before you purchase, 3VL H. EVANS 2 2t W. 2,1 gpnth St.. Salt Lake City. THE SALT LAKE ABSTRACT, TITLE, GUARANTY AND TRUST-:-COMPAN- Y, (Formerly Harvey, NelTA Co.) 235 S. Ivlain Street. CAPITAL $100,000.00. Incorporated under tho laws of Utah Territory. Hakes Correct Abstracts of Titld, Mm all Errors. Titles to Real Estate and Mort-gages Thoroughly Examined and Insured. IN8U11K8 apuiuet loss by Moulmuioa Linns and docedent's dobtn. tents lx3es (lniost improved Dfrlold) in U vault, nnd dors an ewottw biimnow. Act art Kjfwu'or, Adminittt wif iir, Cuttrdinn, Assignee. litM eivtr, otc., etc., tuttl exooulos trubte of evory kind. Holding Trust Funds separate from all Other Assets of the company, And retainins as counsel the Attorney through who, i the htitiinesH oomee. Co.leeia interests on income and transacts all other biiHineH authorized by itn charter. Dills receipted for and safely kept without charge. JOUErii n. SMira, resident, Denver, Colo., WILLIAM J. HAKVKY, Vire President and Manager, JOHN W.N EFV. Treasurer and Ass't Manager. EDWA1U) W. UENTKU, Set retary and Abstract Officer. THE TAILOR. 20 E. First South Street. lJnce dc CJlark, --Dealers In Poultry and all Kinds of Game FKUITS, YEOETA11LE3, EfC, IN SEASON. No. 58 W. First South Street, Opposit Kimball Bloo't. u.iu-ii- mw.hi llHARLOW, j ' ii'h'h' V7iiiw::::"-VTii- i 2T1 S. Main St. REALIST ATE AGENCY Loans, I:iai, EsT.rMiNiso Stocks, Dkkvik Branch. Court House, Denver, Col. Manager, f Rooms i & 5 Culmor Ultx k, E. 1st S. St. Geo. M. Boott, Prest. Jas. C lkndinniso, Vice-Tres-t. H. 8. Rdxfield, B ::::::::::::::GEO. M. SCOTT & CO.. (INCOIirORATED). --DEALERS T-- Hardware and Meta Stoves, Tinware, Mill Findings, Etc. AGEXTS FOR the Dodgo Wood Pulley, Boebling's Steelo Wire 1 Vacuum Cylinder and Engine Oils, Hercules Powder, Atlas Engines and rs, Mack Iujectors, Buffalo Scales, Jefferson Horse AVliim, B!ake Pi ers' aud Blacksmiths' Tools, Etc. 168 MAIN STEEET, Salt Iakc City, - - Ufa UTAH STEAM LAI! 45. S.JWest Temple. Branch Office, Garr's,;141 MaintSt. Agents wanted in all good towns. Telephone 419. Fine "Work B'SpeciaJtr The fi&D-Stee- ! Range- - i ' T &St ill mivvi fefs&- S3h Sols Agents Tor Utuh of Mason A Havis' Sleo! UangeR, with Kound Fire Pot, Anti-Ciink- Grate, poietd oven door, ventiiator etc. Made in all sizes. Call and examine thefe celebrated ' Kanges or pend for circular with cuts Iwfore pmi.ig same price for old style Ran-- e. General line of Cook and lleat-in- it Stoves and House Furnuhing Goods. F.E. SCHOPPE&CO 2-- '3 South Main SW " The way of the transgressor is hard. Sheriff Flack of New York knows how it is him self. That Slone of Miesouri is not the first Mormon "dornick" that has been aimed at the Utah commission. The efforts of Colorado to plant the Utes in Utah, are likely to prove in vain. The poople of this territory certainly hope so. Emi'f.ror William of Germany may have a heavy burden, but in all proba-bility he will prove himself equal to the oinergoncy. The telephone company will find thttt iU increased rates will doerease its busi-ness. People as a rule will not submit to any outrageous extortion. I'kck, the humorist, has been nominated for mayor of Milwaukee by the democrats. His enemies will now have an opportunity of getting even with him. At the city council meeting this even-ing somo action should be taken regard-ing liro escapes. Delay in this niattor is dangerous, and may cause the sacri-flc- o of several lives. FKOHI'ECTIxa AND MINING. With the opening spring, Utah's mining camps ore attracting attention. Right thoy may, for the well-wor- n trails leading to opened and productive mines point to fortunes present and prospective for the fortunate owners. There re-main in the older district undiscovered veins and deposits of equal value with thoso already found. Large areas of premising mineral territory are still un-explored and open to entorprisiug pros-pectors. Tub Times would moBt emphatically impress, upon new comers with robust bodies, good habits, determined wills and small capital, the advantages of the hills and mining districts, where, in conneo-tio- n with reliable minors of experience, they can make their labor and limited capital availablo. Don't spend tiuio and money in lo.tllng in tho city, or listoning to street corner tnlk. Visions of wealth, enlarging with evory drink of whisky these eloquent street orators can induce you to stand in for, have, and may again be realized, but it will be by strict per-sonal attention to the pick and shovol. You will obtain disinterested inform-ation from men in this city who are familiar with various min-ing localities. Equip yourselves for roughing it in the mountains, nnd al-ways bear in mind that homely old saw; "Koot hog or dio." If one does not al-low 'his imagination to run away with his judgment and discretion, there is no occupation demanding manual labor that is so conducive to health, and so likely in the long run, to furnish compe-tence if not wealth, as mining for gold and silver. In the first place, a sober, intelligent minor, thorougly posted in all the details of the business, can earn from ?3.00 to $3.50 per day. In the moanlimo he is familiarizing himself by observation, experience and reading, for the profession of mine-findin- g or pros-pecting can proporly claim to be a profession. He who isgeologist enough to intelligently understand nnd explain tho variety nnd the quality of the rocks, and the best formation for ore, who is minornlogist enough to assay and test all sorts of minora, who is posted as to the various kinds of voins and the host thoo-rio- s as to the formation of veins, will find that nil this knowledge is available in prospocting. He must, by nature and acquirement, be an accomplished moun-taineer, strong in wind and limb, froe from bad habits, independent, and good nut u rod. There is no better field for men of this class than the moun-tains und foothills ot Utah. The more money thoy can command the better. They will find as good men in the moun-tains for partners as can be found in tho world. If it can bo accomplished the true representatives of the people in congress will certainly adopt some moasure that will effectually break up tho notorious system of trusts. It is feared, however, that the trusts are too powerful and own too muny senators and congressmen. Tun emperor of Qormony has pro claimed that no picture of himself or uny member of the imperial family shall be mado without his express permission. This edict has sent dismay into the ranks ot the 10,000 photographers of the land of snuor kraut and Khino wine. Majok T. H. Stanton has beon nom-inated by the president to be lioutonant-colono- l and deputy paymaster-goneral- . TIlis is a deserved recognition of the merits of Major Stanton. His many friends in Salt Lake rejoice over his pro-motion. Tiiicrk nro a few men in Salt Lake who don't like the independent attitude of Tub Timks in nil mutters pertaining to tho public welfare They belong to tho class who believe in a muzzled press. Thoy might as well lonrn now as Inter on that Tun Timkh proposes to champion tho cnuso of the poople hb against monopoly, extortion and imposi-tion. Tub Denver Now3 has "sized up' Govornor Thomas, and it has mado no inistoko, It says: "'The Salt Lake News is very much disheartened, not to sny bitter, bocauso Governor Thomas votoed two or three bills in which wore con-cealed some vory hostile legislation. Tho k saints should have learned by this timo that is not a man who con bo hoodwinked." Tun Denver News, in discussing the paving problem, snys that tho question in that city is now solely botwoon Colo-rado sandstone and West India asphalt. Tho Nowb is a strong advocate of stono, but if it wore a choice between asphalt from Trinidad tr from Utah, that paper loclaro9 itself in fnvor of the Utah an it bo! loves in tho uso of home materials. J Alii! Kiut.MN hi now serving out his two months' sentence in Mississippi. Instead of being a common prisoner, however, ho is being treated as a distin-guished guest. Charles W. Rich, on whoso property tho Sullivnn-Kilrai- n prize tiyht took place, has purchasod Kilraiu under the convict contract leas-ing system, and is now dining nnd win-ing him. Tho whole proceeding is a burlosauo on iiiBtico. Monday Mobnino is the name of a bright now wookly paper at Ogdon. In national politics it is democratic; in local politics it is Liberal. We wolcome the new popor to the field of Utah journal-ism, and believe that it will do good work in the Liberal cause, which means tho advancement of the best interests of this territory. With national politics it should have but littlo to do until tho Liberals are triumphant in every quarter of Utah. Tlion it will bo time to talk national politics, and not till then. f KNKUAI, ;KOKOl; It. MAXWK.IX. The proposition to erect a plain sub-stantial monument to Gonoral Ueorgo R. Maxwell, wan received with genoial approbation by old soldiers ond citizens of Salt Lako. The public mind was then fully occupied with tho ponding municipal election in this city and it was thought best to defer action until the municipal campaign was over and tho victory won. Prionda and foes are now rosting on thoir ours nnd watching the results mid fruits of that victory. Tho time has arrived for energotio u in connection with the erection of a monument in memory of tho original leader of the Liberal party in this city and territory; and to one of tho most gallant soldiers that ever stood in th ranks or tho Union army or rode in tho service of the ropublic. Georgo It. Max-well was n remarkablo man. lie had good, manly material onough in his mu-tilated body and his immortal soul, to make up a score of common men. FirBt in overy charge on the ene-mies of tho Republic, whether such enemies were found in army or civil life, he never Btopped to count the cost or stipulate for reword of oflieo or help. Shot and cut within an inch of his life, racked with pain in every throbbing nerve, his indomitable soul never abated one jar or tittle of its sovereign, God-give- n independence, in the presence of friend or foe. He was the soul of truth, and tied tho men who knew him best und were therefore his friends, to his heart with strings ot stool. Ho was a natural out untrained orator ond when his heart was stirred and thrilled with old army recollections and in the presonce of formor comrades in nrms, his whirlwind of fiery words stirred his henrors like a bugle charge. I!utthey will hear him no more; nor the well re-membered and measured ring of his iron-sho- d leg. He had failings and car-rio- d his heart upon his sloeve for birds of ill omen to peck at, but those failings wore closely allied to his tortured body nnd perish with it; but the untouched soul the man himself was loyal to truth, to country and to his fellow-mau- . We, soldiers nnd citizens, can and will erect a monument over his honored grave. Lot all go about it nt once, and or. next memorial day, unveil it beneath the Hog he loved so well, to the music of cannon Bhots ond bugle blasts.