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1 ' THE 5s ATT LAKE TIMES SATURDAY, JUNE 28. 1890 5 t bait Lake City Will Celebrate ..tiioni.Vi IffiBNATftN'S NATAL fl Aygium On a Scale of Magnificence Never Attempted Before in the West fAtligh Noon July 3 At 10 A. W. on the 4th 1 E- - , ST Reduced RatesT . . I A TRIBE OF WILD INDIANS will enter the City with PONIES, DOGS, TEPEES, PAPOOSES, iSk 1 will occur the orand and SOUAWS, Illustrating Their Primitive Mode of Travel Making a Parade through the City, accJmmodItiLanpriLl TRAflFI PARMIF AMI! lIlMlUflUHOQTI RI.IIAHIL rPMAUfiFLAMMIlTI 0 that night they ,vill present at the Eighth Ward Square a weird spectacle by execut- - ltor. Hi ing under electric lights (accompanied by music peculiar to the Aborigines), 111SS shtS FOUR MILES IN LENGTH WITH 7,000 MEN IN LINE. vzrzmzzr" st T,,T'lTLaii-- ' - - -- mi L Pver Wltnesscd 111 this War,Sun, ScalpDaneesvvTwenty Bands Musie Every Military and Civic Organization in the City Will Participate, ft It MM Pntti Display Ewlnlactnl TUn LTV, 05 m.hon .B finV I Inter-lviounta-in Metropolis This Program will Begin at 9 p. m., and for Two Hours the Wa- - Will be GraphicaUy illustrated in the Grand Representation Her Commercial and Industrial Crsatoess. SatCh MOUntamS Wlll I be a Blaze Of Glory. The Thirty-SI- X ' N ELABORATE program of interesting exercises during the afternoon has Wen arranKed to take place PieCeS Comprising this Display Have Been' Man- - at Liberty l,ark- - 52,700 residents of Salt Lake City, and as many more from her tributary country ' will behold in wonder and amazement on the nitiht of July 4th the most corneous spectacle ever wit Ufactured tO Order in NeW York. nessed by any people in this country. TynograpBb-a- l fpum-Plr- at Bandar ot tmy Biofiih i A. o tr. W, kail. I'reatiaeti and htereoiypwra' tTolnav rtral Monday eeery luotith at ulna pia pravluualy tfeeltflialed. ( arpeutere and J.Jnera' f'nl.- a-Knrf vVe.inea.iey evening at Temple of Honor - Hlfean.btual rarnjdr,foLuartlhirMr oaednadyeTneamch,(mnu'ttIt'ha.jneb)s Templeon lli. Tailor' Cniouun Hun.! In A. O. U, W. kail. Muneeuttenr' t'hlrHwtvt and fottytli Monday of eaeh buib at A ll 17. W. kali Hrl. k and rtt.mewaetrtiV L"nlt Kary eiler nt Friday i in K of f. katt. Tn I'KUratiHl Tra-l- a aa4 Latm Co-f- l Ktarjr aximit aol lnurtit Huo.Ui. a intr hail. V Hojii Au.ft l bulllto. Mm Urr,m.t, t!la ll.iaril of I ha r.d'fatxj Trtitaa rt.anui. ii- - r.TFrf Kmnir. twm , Mcwit- -Auc H buliaiuif. Mala alraal. a 1IKKHONAL-U- K. C. I.NHKK. IHHtM HT KiiriiMiti rrlallt in lutl'a. alrkiiau of all klmla. l.lwr and WlilU'T ail chrunlu illaaaarii. lu prac-tlr- a forun jreara. llMt.mi. AI.OCV 2 KOCKY MOUNTA IV (J K NK R A L N Wnat Ind rkmth Hl Hall Uka, Ijtah larrlUirr. Wa ara Uia larrai UIbw outa. In7 11 tha I'anlfto (. Waritiwfullraiuiwar ail mrraaxiuilioa rmranllna Waalara lal niarkat: are Uia auUmrimt lalmr aanuia lm all railnaul aiHnnia la Uii. anntluiu anl will rliaarfiilly aiwirar all ammimtlnnm In our Him, (iaoaral aaanla t hlaaiom I'alaula, Wa are Ue laraaal mwi on Oia 1'anifia l iwl, HaalU Ulli'A I'M Kt.rt.l Httm. Taoiima OHira, I'anlRii Anua Urn Antrim ( iflica. W rhnth Mi.rin itreet, llntla ii (llllra, Mnrrlatio HUk. Danrar (MNna, till Haraataaalb HireeC (M or wrlu. Advertisements under this head will be charged at the rate of 10 cents a line for each insertion. No advertisement will be taken for less than 25 cents. Parties advertising in this column can have their an-swers addressed care of The Times. Laoe 1IU. New stock jiiHt arrived at Mrs. Borm Steele's. 108 E. Second South street, at reduced prices. Call and see them. Car load wool and hair mattresses at S. K. Marks & Co. Dr. Tillman's dental parlors, 172 Main street. Consultation free. WAfKII. WANTKU AKCHITKUTITKAI. (V ilniiiKlitHinan. Apply to i. Hutiwii, U and W He, unit Bouth .trout. ANTKD TWO UNi'L'ttNlHHKD HlMJMH fur huiiiBkeeplnif. AUilreaa " V. V." tliii office. Dnofarda Shoe Stare, Opposite the Salt Lako theater. Our stock of summer shoes and slippers is complete which we offer at the lowest price. Remember the name and num-ber. .a i3 QTBtR millii na&b4thofJulv AT D.Of.llllstcrHVs. nOOKSI I.M RS T4TIEK( Mil tin SDK. UK, tie. 73 Mitio itrwtt. (WICirTIM TAH t'llAITKIt. NO,". H A. M. Hlai-- 4 ronvuratliio hnlil un tha llrl Vt liia.l tjr In ea-t- i month, at Maaoiuo hall, at 8 p. m. lurtilutf cofuuaiijima are ouriiiallf lutltad lu land. JACOB i. ClUKr.V KWAI.D, M, E. II. P. I'M ilKH.ON. hafi.i-tury- . H N Hi IITH ( V PvTHI AH, (ALANTIIK UilHhK NO. a," K. or H. IW , earr MiMiilay etri!nf. ' at p. ni., In Caatle Hall, waller t'l-- ra Mhum bulliilng. Hoii,urulnK Knl.hi. rfirdiaiir U. Tltd to atUii.l. V. W. Cor ALU d C. W, M. Kim rr. K. of K A H KOI'KY MOUNTAIN UUXJB NO 1 K or HhIi arnrv Tbonvlaf evmtlnf at 1 .U o'l-l- k, Id I'amia Hall, Walkar Opoia Hm-- bullUliiif. Mnuihareof tha oninr are ordlall)r lnl1 to aitnt AKTIIUH UAlOil, U. C. A. HIJH . K. of K. A I. MVHTt.K UUMJK NO. 1, K Or V. Bular rvarf Taf eTaoinif at T:.ljn'clM-k- . CMile Hail, Walkar Ojwra II. .uw building. Hoiourulua KnlKhia rortiiailr lu atlond. E. M, WALlk., C C, J. UJUri K. of R. at . All latest improved machinery at Em-pire Steam Laundry, 21 Commercial street. Telephone!. Fine line of carpet at S. R. Marks & Co. Fire! Fire! Fire! To our country customers. Don't be deceived. We nave an ample supply on hand of our unequallad lager beer, to nil your orders. Salt Lake City Brewing Co., Jacob Mokitz, General Manager. For lamps, silver ware, table cutlery and pictures, go to the Variety hall, 04 West Second South. Baby carriages at cost at S. R Marks &Co. .' Cheapest carpet, wall paper and fur-niture at S. R. Marks & Co. The only place in the city is the Va-riety Hall, 54 West Second South, for bargains. Call and see. Just received car of Utah old pota-tse- Pktkkson & Ca Pembroke, quick job printer. YITANTEI AT t)Nt'K, UllilM AT TIIK V Utah Htcam Lauudry. Applr at 46 H. Went Temple atrnet. J ANTKU--A GillL KOU OKNKKA , fT homework at No. m HUlh Kat alreot, betwenu Drlnhuin and r'lrnt Houln. AmKitHTVAWKij-HTrLiToAuco- Tr trurtloa Mllforit lo I'lut tie. WAHKN, OiitHlde V'-r- tnrn, per day tno Miii'knrn lu tunnela. " H lloncbmnn " " U idniK nin " " 1 Nk urrtcE yrt or rharue; railroad fare from Silt Luke City to MIKord the lowcKt coimtnin-tlo- n rate. Apply to Wikhkh A Co., Main ai rm-t- . up at Ira: or to J. t, M i.auuiii.iw, t L3 aoiilh Main n treat, KK1KT." " 1X)h K(X)Mf4 rtr., Yiti. Two omoe rooma, n r bualneaa enter. W. I". lodd. 71 fcaat Unit South Hwt, Halt Lake Oily, ft th Ioi7ni)-;-li miKAH'i' vis. is fkunt Iloiiw. Owiwr ran have name by mllliiK at City Murnhal office and proving property. I 'OK KKNT NHIrXY FL'KN'IHHKI) HIKIMS I U let, with Kan and bath. Or hotine for rent and leaae tor aale. 'tii Wiixt Klfta Houtn. "y)H KENT-O- NB KI.'KNIKIf Kfl KOOM with we of parlor and piano. hulllln br two KKUtlemen. Call at 77 Wfl Fifth Huulta atreet. IVJH KKNT-itrn- e. nlcy furnlihed mora, rloMto builnmn. ,'Hil Holilh Weal Temple at rent. KKNT I'art of ,tn offl-- e. InUire room 1"Ot , I tub Stove A Hardware buildluK. RENT KLE'lAST FtrKNISIIKH I.X)K at very reiitont'le nrb ei, Apply to Mi l. Canip'K, 43J, Mouth Third Kaat. IOK itKMT "f"fif 'KI.V H'KNirtHBU J front ror,m. No. d Third Et mret. ILKNIHHEO HtX)MH WITH IW IA KI1AT r OH rViUth Main etreet. lUxAot alttgla or en auite. VKRKNTI'AHt71''-A-N (fiilre tuand 44 Wattatcb bulidmif- - ITqnt hlt71i-- kka"17oi78e"on in- - ') month, and irt a ttA home. I have a fin-- t houa u rnt on urh trnn. and it I1J pay u to inveatiKate. AOdnnui P. O. box 41 halt l.ake1ly. Agricaltaral College of Utah. Tk igrlf nit oral follrcu f ruii, h fl4 at I.Kat t Uh, will Opr fr StudmU n hptlr tm4. ft la a TrrtlurtJ loalitatlon. UmnAml pnm a 1 iiltl hum land (rant ati4 by 'frrtl.il appfipr attoea' lor Ina pvrvmm vi nitxtut tha young man aiut yoatirf "."f l.'tab a libarat and pra tt'at In laa aavwrai parMtiHe en.1 pfofnaauma er Ufa, ll It rmre im A. rtr.,Hura, tonstl? yftviaf, Mranli Area aa4 Me. baoiK 4 Kalsaariiut CtvU i.aa'Utaar-Ini- f an J otnr iartal wmrtrt It Haa a nwii aiiintB an4 9reiAUl tit llaaevaral ni-l- f laatrwetkr. Ita matlMOl Ulurti. uv Ij- - tha L'oltail Htata ,iirlr.in rata wl 'm wvU itl re. oarit In rfrirwltitra, a nca turn, inrlriaia,. hrry'MlitL g mitnta, a'piiptaMt wtta. avxtft a fpu.tw'aa; a r,i.ktfirf. dairy, entctaf au4 eaw Ida' J"!! rt(a'Ol. WtkaHMv ta anaJ ai IFno. a now li'if ary, mitaciuna a(at otoet SMtaM rf lii'latrat nnln'. will be h? tn ronatao onta with lliuat'a bKia A a airunt la.:Itia-- 4 intrfmt ta"t Ita rour yra nmiata t p- m bit ..mtaialna! anoaawsie&4 aad ha? I urtba uartfc-uMr- aldjHa, i. W. SA3rfBOMi ,'rtnulent. ANCIENT OH Ui-- Or rOKKHTr.KH. (tOL'UTritlDEOr l?TAH. NO. TaVT. Maeta third Wadarwlay f aayh month, at (emporium Hall VlsitiMt llrothar made welcome. KO. W. AKHMOK, C.H. C. tl. ib. M. P. O. Uoa lutA "h in h oV amkk ica" IATKI')TI: OIIOKH MONH or AMKKIi.'A. l amp No. I. V O. H of A . meet" ererv Krllay evrtilnit. at 7 In T"iple of Honor llail. ait. Main and let rnmla ata. rv.j. m ruing Hon are curduily Invit'! to attend. W, fil.AHM AN. freeldaot. A. H. HAimrrT. I(w rl.ng Her reiary. " ' " . "M am,Z, ii'AtATi iCunutK. noi. Ar a a mT V U 'uliir nmimunl' atione hld at the Ma. aonlr Hall tha wa'.nul Kn.lay of aa h uvmia. Memtmra it alnter lnla:aa an.1 eo)oumtni( brethnm In go") a'andlnK are rordtaily invited toalt. ri.l AlX'l.l'tt ASUk.HiMjH, W. M. J. U limb. Kk rtary. MT M OH I A If XJtlHiV.. NO. a. a r AH held at Maaie ball, f.aat Tmple atreet. the ! Miday of aa h mon'n Membra of Meter kJdgae and MJouroiriK brethren lu ga4 ataiwlla are cor-dially Invited to a"-- JuHS H rAKfvV, W, M. CBBlrrorara Ihmu tterrelary Have You Changed Your residence or business since our canvas for the citv directory? If so, please notify us either in person or by mail. R- - L. Polk & Co., No. 15 West Second South street. UTAH COMM ANOfEHY. wo. . KMIOHT tjtetl mtlave held al ball, on the ort Thum.Uf of each moots, at 7 o rirk. Vlaltluj Knighta ara er.urte,u.iiy Invited to attend. A U. OKANT, fc. C Vmur ban, Recorder. JtOENTA LOTKiE, NO. A r. M. d fitated ronnuuaf.auaaa held at MaaonM ball the Oral Toaedar IB each nvath. Meniiera of ii.-- r iAu and aoJjarning brethren i good atanding are lurdiai:; Iuvi'mI t aevn4 V 14 VAKiAN, W. M. M. C ranxiM. ftectetary. Satisfaction guaranteed at Empire Steam Laundry, 21 Commercial street. Telephone 84. The many thousand readers of the TlJlKS are invited to call on Harper Brothers 71 East Second South street. Utah Loan and Building Awociation. Subscriptions are now beiug taken and stock issued in new series (No 5. Address A. Hanaveh, jr., Secy. Office McCornick's bank. Lace and silk curtains at S. K-- Marks & Co. NOBLE, WOOD & CO., r 7 Tl.e riff ExcfasfTs HaHsn !a SaJi Laic Totanaa'a Celebrated Hate beat ta taeerarM lur Noete, Weotl aVCe) kait aa Qty, LUX " OK Lr-- I VjK KAI.K OR KENT-IJT- S 1. 3. 3, CITV I 1'ark iKtditton. Halt Lake uy. Three cmfortat'ie. "rty new rottagee, four and Bve ',tii ea:b, l and r: or c. n Ln boucht on .y terina at tvrn W. f. lHim, .6 Kt Kirt South tueA I 'Olt hXlK-- A fKW CHOICE HIlLtll.Mi I loU feeing LUierty j.irh. La-- y tenn Call at or add re 31 Went hum S .uth at.-e-rt tH HALK- -r jiVly NO riN'KK Bt'ILOLVfi j elte In theeity; on mlie from b"Hne; city water: lull: onlyai- rh. balanre ftf u-'- ntontha, per cent. W. K. Hubbard, 11 Main atreet. VR NEW KLKN1 II ture, i tier eent fielow wholesale. One cxk and on parlor fve, table, belrte.J. rbalra. earjwta. etr. ( ail for iwu day only room 10, M Kaat Ftrit ivnith atreet, l.EAtE OK BAl.E-Ma.- Wi TEKT WITH JT I US feet bark ground adjoining on See-ou-fvaitii, between herfd and Tmrd Weat, aooth front. nit to Hfit Co. Mux-- too, Oroeaoerg Co.. Mi acu'h Ha,a itreet. vtoKh,ic.Mt..''W'Mxieiica ' Tlaaee aad plaeee ef Meetlag. Operative PlaateTera l'nWJ-Ere- ry Monday Bight, ruum th, (kuUAilerbaefe be idling, Maia trMrt. Hrewere roW fteeond aa4 hmrth Tnea-day-e every Uouih. room 4H, h bunding Main atreet. fainter and iMmuratora L'nloB tterorKI af.d foorth IV-'U-f every r.-t- ttxm 4r), akoi-Aoerba-building. Mala atreet. Tinner' I Urat and third f4aur'tay every vnih. nnim 4b. Hetl-Attrrba- bulul-tg- . af aln atreet. I igarm&eere' I'nlus t int and third Thura-dy- a every rnon'a. rona 4a, h building, mal a auaet. Harbera' I'aion-Talr- Monday ot every mmth al aotaie barber ahop gnrtenuif deaig bated. The fint-s- t lino of baby carriages and cheap at the Va-riety express wagons, very Hall. Call and see them. 64 West Second South. THE HANSON FBOUICE CO., Commlealon Merchant. 58 A Weat Tempi street. Butter, eggs, cheese and fruits. West-ern agents for the Diamond, Diadem. Ayrshire, cascade creamery's A. A. & H. P. Co. print. Dra. vThitnry Bocher'a Dental parlors next to Cullen hotel. of vegetables n The largest display the city at C. B. Dursfs. For groceries-s-ee Harper Bros..Jl East Second South street. CINTAH HOTEI. Commercial Street, on tJhe European Plan. This fine hotel, strictly first class in every respect is now offering induce-ments to the local and traveling public which cannot be excelled in the west. Central location. Restaurant in con-nection for short ordors at all hours. French & Sowers, Proprietors. A Negro In Dlstreuh Louisville Times. A funny accident occurred the other day at the Louisville & Nashville depot. The old darky who looks after the freight was standing up looking at a goat that he held by a rope made fast around the goat's neck. His attitudo and facial expression told so plainly that he was in deep trouble that a gen-tleman who was walking up and down the platform walked over and asked if he was worried. 'Deed, sir, I is," said the old man, slowly; "I'se in a peck o' trouble." "Tell me what's the matter and I may be able to help 3'ou," said the gen-tleman. "No, sir; you can't help me, and nobody can't help me. It's all 'long 0' dat goat." "Why, what is the matter with the goat?" said the gentleman looking at that industrious animal, calmly chewing a handbill announcing an approaching excursion over the road. "He done come here by the train and don't nobody know what to do wid him." ' But if he came by the train he must have been shipped to somebody. What point was he shipped to?" The old darkev looked up mournfully and said: "I don't know, you don t know, and nobody don't know; he done eat his tag up." feet and 9 foet high and is built on a foundation of solid masonry, and the weight of the vault and safe is , 55 tous. 1; The grill work around the entrance from the banking department is of the handsom-est design and is made of Bessemer steel. . The vault is divided into two depar-tmentsthe bank vault and the safe de-posit vault. These are separated by a steel partition. The door opening into the compartment where stands the safe is a solid one, ten inches thick, and weighs nearly nine tons. It opens and closes automatically and is operated by a time lock. The day gate at this entrance to the vault was manufactured especially for the Utah National and is without ex-ception the handsomest in the country. The vault is lined with steel, three inches thick and is absolutely burglar proof. The safe is of the very latest improved pattern. It was also manufactured by the Diebolt Lock and Safe company, and weighs seven tons. It has also an automatic opening and closing door, operated by a Yale tripple time moving clock. There are three compartments in the safe, for teller, cashier and pres-ident respectively. They are supplied with appliances and all the iatest improvements. Here all the money of the bank is kept. There is only one other safe like this one in the country and that is in the Chicago Na- - 1ST INTHE WEST! Ik Utah National Bank Opens its Doors Under The Most Favorable Circumstances. DESOEIPTION OF THE BIG VAULT. Beautiful and Elaborate Fixtures A La-dies Department All English Oak and Japanese Copper. No bank in the land ever started out uder more favorable circumstances tan did the new Utah National bank Men it opened its doors for business Thursday last. The new financial institution has on Is directory men of the best financial landing in the territory. They are nowo. and have the confidence of the ple of Salt Lake and the surro.und-- g towns. The banking house is fitted 'P in a style that is no where else palled in the west, and that cannot "excelled even in the large money e"ters of the east. The location, on lie southwest corner of Main and First 'Mb streets, is a central one, and no ,(,ter can be found in the city. The ers are men of sound financial in-digence and long practical experien-ce. ... . I lie bank presents a solid and pros-wou- s appearance from the outside. Imm-ense plate glass windows give a wining view of the interior and show ,' be best advantage the costly and aiiorate fixtures and the strong vault '"'en towers over them in the rear. ,l?e interior of the Utah Rational bank is furnished a style that has never be- - been equalled in the west. It is II imished in English oak, the spun 'Is of which give it a peculiarly rich 'P.earance. Thev are something and before their use in this Ms had never been seen in Salt Lake, h .'pl'1 is tl,e D,ost perfect piano fin- - fhe dark color of the furniture Sl'tens the elegance of the whole. ;'e"ooris laid in Venetian Mosaic. .J,311'1 the only one of the kind west Missouri river, and to bo appre-"'d- . it .must be seen, if th ra,iling around the compartments tellers, cashier and various is of Japanese copper, that "monizes perfectly with the rich of the oak finish. Its quaint and '4ue designs add greatly to the whole -- til Around the base are panels of a C. cni'ystaline glass. The win-i- , Peiing into the various com-Den- ts have also glass panels-- and ,C0Pper work on them is wrought emost artistic and elaborate de- - 4nvw Mature introduced by the National is the ladies depart-- Ao other bank in Salt Lake city :jr "'s- It is entirely private. The io . m this roora is somelllin" The curtains are of pale blue ai'nti 6 chair9 and sofa are hard wood ;r. W and elaborately carved and MhPltCrerd ia the daintiest dark t Ladies can here have com-;- f kpr!Vacy for the transaction of t'i wsiness. great vault is, however, the ''"'"KKlorvof the Utah National. built bv the Diebolt Lock & inSfany and its equal ii not to ""'I'U estof Chicago. It is 14x23 tional bank. The entrance to the safe department and vault is guarded day and night. The safe deposit vault 13 reached through a private roora, opening out into the president and cashier's room. In the private roora are two small rooms, fitted up with desks, where the patrons of the bank can open their boxes in the most absolute privacy. It is known as the "Rookery Gate," with .bell attached, which rings every time the gate opens, and has hut one duplicate in the country, The safe deposit vault contains over r00 boxes, each furnished with two locks, aud neither the renter nor manager of the vault can open a box without both being present, the key to one of which is curried by the renter; the bank retaining the other key. The boxes rent for from $4 to $00 per annum. . . The directors' room is just in the rear of the baukiug room and is ele-gantly tilted up in antique oak, up-holstered in Spanish leather. The Utah National has over si.ty-liv- e local stockholders, among whom arc the most prominent and financially solid men of the city. The directory comprises such well known met, as C. V. Lyman, Boyd Park, W. II. Lyon, M. R. Evans, .J. E. Jennings Louis Conn. Bolivar Roberts, A. B. Jones. J. T. Clasbey, Thomas Carter P. L. Will-iams. J. A. Groesbeck, A ,. W illiams, J. M. Stoutt, T. K. Williams, S. C. Ewing and Alex Rogers. The ofheers of the bank are financiers of experience. J M. Stoutt is president; C . V . Lyman, Boyd Park, second and A. B.Jones, cashier. aa ' Removal. Harper Brothers, the grocers, for-merly of First South street, have re-moved their stock of groceries to 71 East Second South street, where they invite the continuance of patronage of their old customers and friends. Notice to Contractor. Kids will be received for the erection and completion of a tbree-stor- y store and office building for (J. S. Holmes, situated ou State road, between Second and Third South streets, at the Conti-nental hotel, July 10th at 2 p.m. Pur-tie- s figuring on this work will be re-quired to furnish pood and null, dent bond for the faithful completion of the work. Bids will le received for the whole job, and s also for the several parts of the work. Plans and specifications can be examined by g to J. A. Hazell. BiipiTinleiidcnt, Continental hotel. Bids to be addressed to Huddart & Jacobson, Continental hotel. The owner reserves the right lo reject any and ail bide. Hl'Duart & Jacobox, Architects. W'. F. Shelton, No. .251 Main street, (up stairs,) general contractor and licensed Drain Layer. Sewerage, Paving Cement work aud all kinds of contract work. Those desiring sewer connections will find it to their advan-tage to call on me. Estimates upon work furnished. Give lot Your Change. Attention is directed to the notice of R. L. Polk & Co.. the city directory publishers, in this issue. Everybody is interested in having their names cor-rectly in the next directory, and the publishers desire that any changes of residence or business shall be furnished to tbem without delay, as tbey are now nearly ready for printing. Warning. We the undersigned reepectftilly cal the attention of the public to the fact that we are the only members of the American Ticket Brokers in Salt Lake City. There are parties doing business in Salt Lake City who claim membership and who are not members; and we take this method of informing the publie to be-ware of such persons. The only mem-bers in Salt Lake City are J. K. Gillespie. 240 Smith Main it. U.-- AR (jHK 'KLL. Under the 1'ostofficc.