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r--xl - ,7 LHF' S ALT LAKE ES. MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 22, 1S9Q. 5 --dealers in - - - STAPLE AND FINE GROCEBIES c uatm Fme Teas and Coffee, Fruits and Vegetables. jWAJiimiainafli --z SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. TELEPHONE NO. 274. ,. nrnnn fin nn irmt .. " I "TSPECIAL NOTICES, ff-- Carpet) tars ami .Meiers' tMn Every Wtueler Tvuintf el Tnit of Honor. (iioBwutters l!stia(tBt atut fentrtfc Mondajf a nutt el A. u IT. W. tail. Iiarbera' I'nl.'ai-Tht- ui M .1sy M erarf romiia el imt barber eoof) pnstuaei itmMf naii OprltT llsstarars' t"nl.o-K- nrr M m.H bihbi. room A iwou-Aue- f D a buluilu. Mela UmI Hirrri Ceniris' try 9m n4 thliU Tuesday al !rutt AuTIv. it Im'lliBf .VU SUiM't. PimniM Ml.1 Sieeeotfi"' n MouOey erjr tuoaUi el ame ylVe prsTtoualf dl,ftal.. Tlnaer' I 'nloo Itrrt Ri taint Rat'irlar every mutn. cn V mi ui buJ-Hu- t. siain iiwi. ll.Hl.errl.rs. UMon aa. TMMhrt' tU --HnM lift (iartb M.ttUay ea4 moot M the TviiipXito lluor. Iliuiutm' I'mon Plrat en4 'hint TVire-day-a everr lunula, nam as, toSI AMbM tiulldln. Mio HM. Ilnnn' VulinIWr'n4 en1 fimrta Tnaa Maya trmrr nvmia. nim sVft.u Aaarbsxe, buililtnir. Main timet. r. "!; n.f i riri t .! Coum-l- t r.ry ".aninlar nswnla.lleust-A.aae-ba- r buiimm. Mala etraet. I'einl.r. anj Damwalore' t'tifc --IUso t m4 four's rn-la- arr rixiiih. ruat 4 Au-r- b. k bullitimr. Mala atma Ta riflt Tra.1- - u4 tlmt Onwlt- -y iy --r..nd ami l."ir'h rtuu Uy at Idalr hail. Mtwn H Hoill'Aurlawa BuUiUuf. Mala MASONS MTriuiAiTuiHRrNrT"A. r" m al Maai liatl. Kaal lVuim slrwi, lh aenrnJ Miuula Hi each ui'UUh. Memtwrt n( lter Itvliroa anj ojourutnii lreihrn lu taudlnj an y lutttnl to aitvn.l JoHV B rARtW, W. M. (HHtsTiriiia Diehi. Hecratary. 4 RUKNTXUnx B.N CSA. A. Huiett i'miiuilctJoDi al at Maomlo hall lha Rr;l Tuenlay Id each m ntli Mmliera ill tutor llita au avlurniu tireUiran In good (taiwllu aruwUally lnii"1 a attend 1 A. VAKiAN, W. at. M. C Pmu irs. AATfH iJllii.r.. NO I, Ar A AM ?? Knirular ciiiiimuulralinua hnl.l at tha ala Hall tha sinnhi.) Krl.lay of ea h nixnio. Memhera uf t!tr tjMiraa ati'1 ftttiurtiln bralhren la () utaililltn are cnluuy inritaj hiaileml. AIMil.l'H ANUMLniN, Vi.U. J. MaI'H. 8eTetary. UTAH AXlr.HY"Niv"T"KNIilllT!i Hiatal raineiarea hel.l at Ma aimle hall, on tha drat Thurxlay f each mouth, at 1 nvinck. Vimilint Kulthta are Mirte.iiialy llirlle.1 u. attend. A M.OllANT. K.U, I'mi.ti llHiuoa Recnnl'T, TfcMI'i.KnK IHtMOti NiiTICK '"pit k"w Kftr r. it n b r a it Tt t ' n i T I T. of II ami T nwt t Temple of llnnor hall, over iiert liank Imlldlnii every ae omt nnd fourth Tucly of en. h m.'iith sl II . m. Vlsltlllji companions eonllailir Inrttett. Wai.tsh Mmithkn. I" of t!. Jonr.cn M.ihs. U of ('. Advertisements under this head will be charged at the rate of io 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 Timks. il'rtttttfj. Xtr1',tlt iXtitW if 1? i'STW PiSi M vale famtlv liy thr yoitpg men. 'rice must be reasonable. Address I', t. y. Tmt olllce. 'ANTKFASir IIOVS ."""APPLY AT 1 Walker & Fylcr 10. TANTKn-STt'nKNT- S! IN IiOflU.K e'.N-I- I try bookkeeping, tinrfM by actual erne tice on regular books. Iny or evening. iWry K. liro-- expert itcconntimt l M:iln sireat. ANTKIV Kf'TTsTslTKn lhl'K OK lit II t i l5rooni will buv furniture If ,wd ont less can bo obtained. Address Mrs. W. thlsoffl'-e- . 'ANTi:i)VlKTrfTssMUXVKltlllTrt II tiret Westi-r- Muniit:i' tiiriuv com-pany; ltupiliti at Mora 4U, Valley llouaa cot- - 'ANTK.T)--A U1KI, rott UKNKKAb II housework at No. m Slith East street, tietween Hrtutmm nnd Klrst Mouth. "V ANTF.'iCw7iH-- a M i' hkTht H A N I8, 1 1 also apnrenilre (ilrls to lesni dress tutk-lll-at No. I1HI West Temple street. Ill 4 "l'ANTr;i) TEAMS TO OH OK STHKICT II tiood puy. A, II. Mu.vneAlo, at K. Second Houtti stn-et- . liA N TK 1) A (Hit l7 Til"i HtTTiKN K It A T. II bouseworlt; fMd wriues puld. ftfi" Konth Milln slre-- t. 17 If V A N T F. t) "f I H 8T r I, A S I I II t ( ' F. P A 1) II to ilrensmakt-- i s, room ID I'liliner bio- k, v in ' A N TF. b F I H 8 T C ,I.TIIINi II Biilcsni.tn. No. W K. First Hunt h. 61 tf. V(H)t WAVTK.d 'aT NO." I W. South strnnt WPERFEC1 Snell&Co. Amlo-Aocrlca- s Matin M st Scioml South strict, hall Uk City, Utah Pulton Market! T. J. PREECE, Prop'r. Prima Hf. Mutt" a, Val. fork, Dsoot, Ham. Hainn9. LwJ, Klx ia w. t ' run nmm mi bw m CAI.T I.AKK T. tK II AM T. NO I, O nim.1 at Ttmpla of tlmtur hall, nrsr IV srst hank IiiiIIiIIhk ix-r- Tnurly availing at Hp. in. Vlalttiin lrut'irsoir.lislly lnvlil II J Hpsxi n W V. T, W. H. Won ii. sV H, KNK11ITH 6r rVTIItAlC Tk'kV moi'Mtais ij mkk ni, k k or I. Mmili avtrv Thurailay avinlim st nVliH-lt- . Ill t.'sstls Kali. Kiss t 'lull Hall Mam Iwrsof tha onlar ara punllally InTHM in al Un.l. K. Kt'llHMA.N, O. O. A. llctwa. K of K. A H. " IJIIWIK KiUH Or H MYRTt.r afar Tuaailay rTnlii4 at s:ii h. I.k S. In tcilis i 'liil Hull Nojuurulua tiulKliM etiMlally iDTltixl ti attxivl J II. MltXCH,aa 1. 1.. 1 l n H. : "( t a iTan tiiki .Ti xVCitTHi &. k or v k l alar tiiivautlna arnry Monday aranlnt. at p "I-- . t 'atla II sill. P las l lilli Hall Ho Inutnlim KultfhU ocwJIally lnvita.1 . attii4, v. wftxirrALUo a W H. Kisi IT. K.ciK. ft. HONK OK AMKHtCA " "71 1 A T K iT II ' O HI t; iT K i N i If A MIKK llA, WMhliitfVm ramp Hn. f I. O. B nf A . tiiMts nv.irr Kriilay avanltm al f Mi, In Tmpl of Honor flail. .. Main sii.l 1st Hnii st. Hnjoiirtiiug Hotia in pcmlially Inrlla4 to attonit. WM CII.AHMAN. I'rssl.laiiL A H nsaitarT. MwoMinti Karmiary. " ANi lKXf oKi'iK.tt'iiK riiHliH'I'lr.H"" Twv'dT I'HlilK Or t'TA M.NO.' Wl. Moaia ) on the first ami third WiHlnnaiUy nf asx-- niOIItli. at H. W.i'ninpi. Vlllllll Mr. i hr inaile WHlrcmi-i- . OKU. W. AIIHMi ill, U It. tl. 11. HfaN. au. H. r,, IV t), Itoi I'M. " WOHhINOMKN'ft "OCIKTIM, Tlmaa an4 Plana) f Maatlnr Tailors' :iil"Uti Mnticla In A. U V. W. hall. Tyiirra)lilral I'nltin riral Huinlay of awry moii In at A. o. II. W, ball. Ilrlrk ami Hloncinaa.nn Union E nary altr-Dat- n tluy at Ilia K. u( 1. nail. Best Mocha and Java coffee, 40c per pound. Charles Erickson.opp.city hall. Private board $4 per week. Singer building, up stairs. Western washing machines, $7.25, at the Fair. ' Two Star safety bicycles for sale cheap. Pembroke's, 18 Commercial st. Grand free concert by the Salt Luko Liberal military band tomorrow (Sun-day) at 3 p. m., at Desky's second ad-dition. JAnmecmrnttt. SIHTmeThWeI Chas. B. Ht'ttTOii Muiihkit. Two Xighls, Me kt4 iy an I Tliur.sday JitciiilitT 2411) iiiri 25tli. t The eminent actor and slnitnr, Mr. lid ffillc In the Musical Comedy Komanre, PETI, THE VAGABOND Hy Ct.AV M. GUKK.NK. A Charming Society Play, (riven with a metro-politan CHHt. MUSIC I PATHOS! MIRTH! H jngarlan Songs 1 Cipsy Dances Usual Trkes. Hox Office open Tuei-day- . SALT LAKE THEATER. HAS. . Ill HTON, - Manager m0 NIGHTS ONLY, Monday I Tuesday SEPT. 22. I SEPT. 23. THE ROMANTIC ACTOK, MR. Harry Lagy, AND THE r i'cf otml. cTTKiViTarniK'iTjriTON i trsct teeth without .ln. Arililelal teeth, tf tollV per set. Hold llllluvs fro n U up; gold alloy, II.!') Ui til silvre; or ninalKSiu. II. All worlt guaranteed, oiien Hmiilny inornlliK. Lyons HIiH'k. W. Und Kimtli Ht. F. KHiTn A ll u7cj." 1' N K K KOOM 7 HT. I) F'lmo Hotel, siireoii siierlsllst In ladles' sickness of all kinds, l.lver and kidney catarrh, all chroulo dlseasvs. iu prao-fi- i e for m years. 7 s km" 'w atkbki i.tkhhkv km y" AM I Hy iisIiik hydrant tester alioiild have them. They are clienii, easily attached and effective. K. U. Conin (,'o. K A UtYkI' I I i II .11 V 1 . , N H A T "i H H Ilodues denial parlors, .11 West rirst Bonlh street, four iloors east of DlnwcsHley'i fiirnttur store, fThh6n aI, I" H I KMC 'II LKH i't'O , Hi ' M I mil Vlnyurd wtuea are pure ati:i Malnnsst to )HiaUri!;ii. isTcTTcH I I'l.t'sTKH CI.KANHKI), ('"!. orrd and curled eipifil to li' W nl New York Milllnary 1'arlor, ;J Wast Third Hoiilh si real. I" U Su r kit i oiToi "k kVtoV kha n u hanukb, cheap at K. (J. Coflln Ilarilware Co. 1 T hTt k ) i r nta in k;k i uk am fk ekz- tl rs. K. O. Coflln llanlwsr Co. c. NjT'iiiTiTanKNTiriT. okfick or- - Ii positn Walker house. ''UK M K A I.'o A HOLI N R HTj" k'haTIo! Q- - C. C'ofHn Hiirdware Ou. 'liiiiiXriKLi'iiTA i."awnmow1:kh. k. c. J Coriln llsrdwars Co. for J&itlc. "sOdT7tATKC( IM f'tiKT f'KTNTTN'l (II.'T-fit- . primer dress, Washltiaton hand press, eellent assortment of Job and news type. (io.nl as Dew. Haltlinorean lobiior, sii'i. away down. Address W. It. O., Times offliw. 1). Ilirschler Co. Depot Summit Vinyard Grapo ("o. California. 213 Main, next to postollice WANTED At Dnnford's Pioneer Shoe Store Opposite Salt Lake Theater. A youth from 12 to 15 years old who thoroughly understands the retail boot and shoe business of Salt Lake City. Just Received. Largo shipments of fall Derby's In all colors. liAsr-T'ERii- Mkucantii.e Co. Hatters and Furnishers. Fall and Winter Styles. I have just returned from the east with a full line of cloths which I im-ported especially for my trade and cus-tomers. Yours respectfully, Jos. Baoiuahtf.v, The Tailoi. 0, VAN BUSKIRKs OKFIOM Of i. csrtaji Tlicl'iiiiliiislirldiiwstiiKiiitljfi, GENERAL BEAL ESTAll BUSINESS TRANSACTED. SPECIAL ITTESTIQS IJ til FORMING Of SYNDICATES. AGENTS FOI EASTERN CAPITAL We do not handle SMf'ZJGOOVJhlHGJX BXl'ii-KlKNCie- oi'KKATOWM and Metnbvr at the UlAl. r.tr Cv.aasX 170 MAIN STREET, corner 8econd South. The firm of Pratt & Breckon, civil engineers, 121) Main street, have dis-solved by mutual consent, Mr. Breckon continuing the business with office at room 407, Progress building. Restaurant Francais, 16 Commercial street. Table d'hote. Dinner5to 7:30. Open after theater. Where can I buy a cheap lot on monthly payments, with no interest for the first seven months, near street car line, and can get a flowing well of pure water at a cost of 42.50 Answer In Desky's Second Addition. Office 32-3- h building. Sandberg's new sofa bed is just the thing for offices. Sandberg Furniture company, 108 W. South Temple street Physicians should see the new sofa bed at Sandberg's Furniture company, 108 W.S outh Temple street. Sole Agency For Dr. Jaogar's Sanitary woolen under wear of which we have a full line Send for catalogue, Bast-Tekk- t Mercantile Co. Hatters and Furnishers. 142 Main street Don't Pay Kent. Three new frame cottages for sale on the installment plan. Only $2- per month. SniLEr. Gkosheix & to. Under the Postoflice. Wanted-$50- 00 worth of honsehold goods. Barnes & Co., 139 W. 2 So. A Choice Selection of Fall Suits. Martin Schmidt has just received his first installment of Fall and Winter Suitings direct from London. ProgTess building, rooms 200, 201, 202 and 203. Miller's unexcelled New York Silk and Derby hats will arrive tomorrow. Bast-Terr- y Mekcantiee to. Hatters and Furnishers. 142 Main street. Q 1 J I.T. KilONT. CO. ?!M-JN- nersi In Biilxllvlsloti within l'4 tulle circle from P. O. : less than a Idorlis from cur llnej H cash. Address "Owner," this office. V-so- rsAMi-ixy- rfT i n t itah w ic th k h s I1 addition, nsr West Hid" Kaulrt Transit. Bmsll cash payment. No interest. O. P. HM1TII, room 711, Ctllmnr Hlock. KM 8ALK--A riRST CI.AHM I1 power Ames enifliie and boiler; cheiip for rush. i:niiilr Win. Cook, lleehlva planing mill. rltt eoad. I"v7rrBAtB-TWoHmii- i;ii ani two siiltsi.le for delivery WHgous. Call at Ml East Mfth Houth sirst t;oh"hi,r ciikap-inkh(;niVkk- 1 colonies of bees, and futures. Aiply at Keren th West and Hetenth Hoiith streets. $ov llcnt. xyTiTTii'x tTki v!THr)c7MH'T?H r. . r i v v. r blew ks east of Main, completely furnished. ( a ot pluno. Tartii r.'aou'ile ItrWIiani A Macklnu.sh. room I'.'. In W. rwrotid Houth. SJM Vft'llHiuHKU APAhTMKrsTaJ Ft)K OEM-J-tlemen- Cs- d. airy, ouniforiahln and ale. psnt. Kales masotiable. Knoiilra of Mrs. Wstaon, Culmer blocs. Halt l.aka City. UTAH v NATIONAL Of Salt Lake City. - - - Capita!, S200.000.00, CX'i'IwXrP-- 3 : ' i. M. HiTOU'T, Vtnt. C. W, I.VMAS. Vice Pr-- s. II PAHK. Isl Vice Pras. A II. JONF.B, C a f, C. W. Lvmnn, V. II. Lyon, J. A. JcnniiKM. Hdivrr Hol.crt", J T. nby, f L. Willlnms. A. I.. WlllUrns. T. K Williams. He yd l'rk. M K Kn. Loui .'tlin, A. H. Jiinos, Tho. Carter. J A. lirowsowk, J. 61. htoutt, . .'. l.wing, Aet. Roger. A GENERAL rJANKINcT'uUSINESS TRANSACTED. UT( 'nil nnd inspfct our nnw Automatic opening; and closiiuf Vaulu nl Mt; uirtolutcly J ire and lliirifl.tr proof, and finrst nf Ihcir kind west of ihicas'j. Prirate hafe and Uoxf for root by the iiionih or yetr t low rt. Have placed in line large assortment of fall neckwear. Bast-Terk- v Meiicantii.e Co. Hatters and Furnishers. 142 Main street. Pianos. We wish to call especial attention to the J. & C. Fischer Piano, a number of which we have just received from tho factory. These pianos are of national celebrity on account of their sweet tone and won-derful durability, over 80,000 of them being in daily use. We offer them at low prices with small cash payment and easv monthly installments. Wo have one upright piano of stand-ard make which has heen used but two months and the case of which is slightly marred which we will sell at a great bargain on long time. F. E. Wakhen Mercantile Co., 10 E. Second South street. $500 EEWAED. I will pay the above reward for information which will lead to the apprehension of the par-ties who brutally assaulted James E. Caine on the night of July ioth. J. M. Youxo, City Marshal. Salt Lake City, Aug. i 4, 1 890. ... UlKH(HlUUlKllM)'JsHU HHiQitHlui H 'Oil ... ". "STILL ALARM ::: " ' OOOOOI KOOOOOPOOOOOOOOOOPPOOO"QO "' BV JOSEPH AKTHI II. InirodwinK the firand Engine House Srene. with the "I.lKhtnlim flltoh." and the dash of horses nd full tire company to the couf!iur:i-tlon- . mltted to be t ,e mi.st tlirllllnit c ne ever pla ed on the dramatics stauo The won dr. surprise snd Uellgnt of both America and Gri'.-i- t lirituin. rtT"He;ts on sale Hiittirday mornlnR. Beplem-be- r 'M. at box omce. Usual r. os. SALT LAKE MEAT CO. Wholetalee Dealer in Drewd Brf Pork, Sutton, Vfal, Smoked Meals ami Swift's Hams, Bacon &c Lard KOLAS D k HyiVSM. Cot Third SouA and fifth Wttt Strut' t. THE Lim: MMY 1D JLUIIBE COM.' . laaaaaaaaaaajasa. ai """ l '" ' , f Office, 213 S. Ma n Street i rtll Under Poet Olllce. 1. STEAM CAEPET CLEANING T7 --MISS iliCTMS Mi&jrffl$)s Carpets Made and Laid. Re TpholstcriiiK. Feather", 7avLJ' Claning and Furniture Kepairintf. I' & WHITEHEAD T,Vb" RESTMOAKI1NO HOt'HR. TVH-- olshed or mifumisti'd. hxi fmslness al-ready established ; thirty permanent bciardare. Apply to imHotith Klrst F.asl. rfstT ltr.NTXH.UMBIA IIOUHK. KfXJMel L by the day, we.-- or tnoutu. Houw 11", nat and rler.n. Terms reasonable. No. nil W. Houth Temple. ' I"" H' RSI HH K I ) Ki s 1MH W' I Tl I IIHAKII AT ' HA Hm'.li Main street. Kooms aiuKle uf en etilte. i"sokKKNT- - KI HSIHUKI AN? nlshed rooms st m Ksst Kirth Houth st. TAflf)E rCllVIKHKII IfiKiM KOK KKNT, I j ntft r:t ftrKt a eiih sirt l rpoT'A Sr '" T ( liA" OS H(iI:KK-- bl4 voids, pmnesi, t. ; alo m watches, cllainofids and percumal iir 'lea nl all Nin'ls. Urna t Trust o.. nlv, ttc,uth Mala Ml., up stairs. fffi lJTriMNlf. W KK.AI, KMTAIr. 1 Kirst no delsy Itsrr s Har-ris, room 7 t (an Nstloaal Hank reilldlnic. cmaTiTro h 'ma k k nix's A KS i.K star In ficrsh'Sd 11 and X 01 o ft thub. Reward "U return 10 tl' fls Tl' asa, No. 4 E Tnlrd rV.;th. R em 1. eiBT-tl- hld on t first Wdielsr In eacb iiioritn. at Maeonle aall, at p. fn. juruln ecnupankena are coruiaily In riled W 04 JACOB 1- ORKEHK-WALD- . M, B. H.P. 1H ur Iiki'Cos. Hjui. PARK CITV Il()TKL.j The only first clae hotel In Pri City, SIXTY ELEGA5T HtW B0CM3, Coot, pleasant and alreiy furnlnhcd. rpH K HOT f. L i ROT' D A K K l VJ OH A T K D 1 wise lan sol sbacie !res. maaluK it the ti.net pieaauit summer rewirt IB the mountain nMa- - l. bIMONa, Prep. CRAND OPENING Thursday, Friday and Saturday, September 85th, 26th and 27th. We beg to announce to our frienda nd patrons that on the above and g days we will display cur choice "ne of pattern hats and bonnets, Also an immense assortment of millinery novelties. Simon Bros. Grand opening of millinery goods ani pattern hats at Simon Bros. Purchase your gloves and handkerc-hiefs from Simon Bros. We have received the latest novelties 10 dress materials and trimmings, and are now ready to take orders. . j Simon Bros. We have this season devoted especial re to the selection of our different "nes of underwear and hosiery. . t ,. . Simon Bros. Our stock f millinery contains the wtest novelties of the season. Simon Bros. Children's and infants' knit nnder-Wea- r and cloaks at . Simon Bros. Elegant Store for Bent. . G- F. Culmer & Bros, will rent the ""andiome store they are now building 20 and 52 East First South street, ith nearly 7000 feet of store room, nandsome show windows and best loca-o- a for retail business in the city. Ap-P'- y at once. , Go to Morrison, Merrill & Co. for ""nber, building paper, cement, sash, oi and blinds, 243 North Third Wet' Telephone 501. 1 For Sale. A restaurant in Park City, located in the business center of town and doing a business. Inquire of V. J . fvniiams at Bates & Kimball's new. stand. , by the S L Cnrprt corner 8th W est and cleaning company, Telephone o. South Temple. Take the car at corner Second South street for Ueky's second ad-dition and listen to the free concert given by the Liberal band tomorrow at 3 p. m. t t Grand Millinery Openine. Mrs Christy, the leading milliner of Salt Lake, has her annual fall opening Thursday, Sept. 23th. There you will all of the latest fall and winter .tries in American and French patterns. Heiser, her head trimmer, has jS returned from Xew York where she peat some three weeks. She displayed taste and good judgment n nfekinz styles that wiU suit the taste Snd "Scyof all her Pe"SaltShLX Ldies the Ai patronage her past work speaks for itself she needs no further recomend-ation- . T ' ' '' at the Fair. , Lawn chairs 75 cents, joi ana Montana Machinery Conpj C. P. MASON. Munatrer. Headquarters for all Classes of. Machinery. Engine ami Boiler from pwwer an 1 opwarX In itoci for imaae diate Uelivery. Steam I'uid, Injectors, Horw Wuiou, lloUtin iniaej Kck Breaker. WH' Boll, logenotl Air Com prjwPi toil Drill, Lttbrl caUnt Oil, Mine, Mill nl Bmeller Suppli, SiWer, QolJ anJ CoQCatrJ lg Mill erected tud delivered I9 running orUt. MainB Olce and Warercams 259 S. Maia Strssl Sail Lais D. S AGF-CY- . BUTTE, MONTANA. 4k Utah Stove & Hardware Co. Wholesale and ReUll DeiliTs in j STOVES, RANGES' Stove Furn'shings, Mantles, Grates. &c. 34 SALT" ZS Cteaaatae. Solicited. Scenes of the ltocky Miuntaln. The applications for the niaunifioent photographic views publisheil by the Denver & Rio Grande railroad have bp. come so numerous that it is impossible to supply the demand, uot only on ac-count of tho cost, but also on account of the inability of the manufacturer to supply them iu sullicient numbers. To overcome this difficulty the company have had prepared a set of four hautl-som- e photogravure prints of some of the finest scenes in the mountains made from negatives by the eminent artist, W. II. Jackson, especially for this pur-pose. The subjects being tho "Hoval Gorge," "Garden of the Gods." "Cation of the Grand Kiver'' and "Currecauti Needle." These views are 2."x30 inches, printed on the best plate paper, se-curely packed in tube, and mailed free of postage, ready for framing, on receipt of price, which is as follows: Sliiitle copy ,x, Two copies mi Four copies (full set! l.tki We are so confident that these v:vs will pleaso that if they are not satisfac-tory they may bo returned and money will be refunded. Address S. K. IIOOl'Klv, Gen'l pass, agent Denver & Kio Grande railroad, Denver, Colo. PARK CITY NEWS. PAHK Crrv, Se,lt. output of the J" mines fr tho week ci.ding Mo September 22d, was UOH 800 24-n- o'' rc?c.',nt 241'10; Anchor, ?.! V00(lslfle, 40,600. Total, l,2t)S,. m inn ?! '"y's shipnntswere: Ontario, ' cLre!ient, 24,300; Woodside, 40,-"0- Anchor, 247,600. The forty-thir- d dividend on the Daly and 1,2ml dividend on tho Ontario mining stocks are payable on the Sloth itist. This makes the total of the Dalv dividends 81,650,000, and the total of the Ontario's $11,300,000. Frank 1. Muslin, tho "blind editor," gave a very interesting lecture last evening m the M. K. church. The sub-ject chosen was "Home, Sweet Home " and was much appreciated bv his audi-euc- The Hon, K. T. Ferry is back in Park cityi again from Michigan, where he has been spending most of the summer months with his children. W. G. Robson spent, t'ac Sabbath with his his wife in Salt Lake, returning in the evening to his place of business in Park city. E. M. Cook has taken charge of Con-kl- e Bros.' work in the Park. A force of masons came, up from Salt Lake last evening, and work on Ascheim's new building will commence immediately. Among the visitors to Tark city 'ye-sterday were John J. Daly and Kicliard Hope, of Salt Lake; Frank Anderson from Denver; Geo. II. Young, Chas. Williams, Sam McDonnell, and M. O. Johnson, of San Francisco; John A. Manly, Chicago; and E. de lioley, Paris, France. Notice to Medio il Men. Xotiee is here ghen to all persons practicing medicine in any of its bran- - ches in Salt Lake City to appear before the hoard of medical examiners' at the otlice of the board of healtlv room 17, city hall, and make Application for li-cense to practice medicine, as provided for in tho ordinance regulating the practice of mediciue in Salt Luke City, to wit: Sec. 4. All persons hereafter prac-ticing medicine or surgery in any of its branches, shall apply to said board for a license so to do; and such applicant, at the time and place designated by said board, or at the regular meeting of said board, shall, if a graduate iu medi-cine, present his diploma to said board for inspection and verilieatioit; together w ith siu h other evidence as may be re-quired to show that ho is a reputable practitioner. If such applicant is not a graduate in medicine from a reputable institution, he shall submit loan exam-ination by the board of examiners iu the following branches, to w it: Anat-omy, physiology, chemistry, histology, materia mediea, therapeutics, prevent-ive mediciue, practice of medicine, sur-gery, obstetrics, diseases of women and children, diseases of the nervous sys-tem, diseases of the eye and ear, and medical jurisprudence. Application can lie made at tho above place during the hours of 12 m to 'A p. m. daily until September 30, lHHO. G. W. Fostk.h, l'res. of Hoard. Lokin Hai.L, Secretary. E. O, Olsen, merchant tailor, 157 S. Main. I'p stairs. L Shocking Condition of Affairs That I Are Bevealed in Chinese I Headquarters! loBPHEUS IN ALL SHAPES. In Affliction that .Demands Immediate I and Heroio Action By Mar-- I shal Young. I Inferno itself never unfolded a more ,vo!ting panorama than that which las opt ned by Ollicer Sullivan and a Lrty of explorers through the Chinese I joints." It was after midnight when Ice sinister portals of No. .20 Coramer-lia- l avenue were entered. From the apartment floated a nauseating liist that settled on tho olfactories and llmost induced the adventurers to re-trace their stepg. A brace of shadowy lorms wero reclining on the matted lurfaco of a table. Between them, in llnggish obedience to its worshiper, lias an opium smoking outfit consisting It tho lamp from tho top of which came l lazy flame, a hop-to- y that was filled kith tho dreamy drug, and a pipe, the Ixact contour and shape of which can only be understood when it is seen, ji'rom this ghastly entrance the party entered a subterranean avenue, one lisle joining with the other until nearly Is hundred feet had been penetrated, the raven itself never pro-vided over ' a more sombre spec-jtacl- c. Its clients were all seeking one thing tho balm of Gilead. Morpheus Iras seen in all forms and shapes. It Ivas, indeed, the carnival night of the Iweek.' The mongolian was out in full force. Somo had smoked a drunken liill and were spinning off unintelligible jargon in unlimited volume. Others llisd just thrown themselves, upon the table aDd were inhaling the repulsive fumes. Occasionally a woman was found to add . her wrinkled charms to Ithe horror of the spectacle. For an hour this voyage was kept up and it is Iprobable that in its windings a hun-Idre- d of the devotees of Confucius were seen drawing upon the pipes. )y I "Is there no way of abating it?" was asked of Officer Sullivan. I "None whatever. The Chinaman I smokes his pipe with the same license I that the white man swills his whiskey. I There is no law by which they can be attacked save where they permit the Melican man to Join them in its joys." Helpless the officers walk by this infamous condition of affairs a half dozen times during the night. From cellar and roof oozes the sickeni-ng and death dealing offluvium to vitiate and poison the God-give- n air. So man who has not made the tour of the dives can appreciate the effect they must necessarily exert on the hygenio welfare of the city. It is more than all other agencies com-bined and in the absence of a law there is the natural and constitutional right that authorizes the suppression of evil that justifies a crusade against this one. It is conducted with the most brazen contempt for the laws of decency and while there are none to be seen under the light of the lamps and can-tie-it is none the less a fact that there is a Caucasian clientage in the deeper and darker recesses of the quarter. It is time that a crusade was waged against them, and Marshal loiing in the interest of health has the same right to blot out this atrocity that the health commissioner has to proceed against the man who dumps his gar-pag- e on the public thoroughfare. There is no tofling how many of the house-hold angels have found their way into this desolating den, or how many of the downfallen trace their ruin through its portals. It is a nuisance that should he and can be abated notwithstanding the indifference of the statute, and a against them will elicit the ap-proval of every man who has the wel-fjr- e of the city at heart. As it is now there is no such thing in Salt Lake as Pre air. Let the campaign begin at once. Notice Is Uerehy (liven that the first grand clearance sale of unredeemed pledges consisting of watches, jewelry and diamonds, will begin Saturday, 'September 'M, and con-tinue for one week only. All goods will positively lie sold for tho amount advanced on them and the interest. Look at these prices: No. 1 gents hunting case, gold-fille- watch, hand-somely engraved and warranted by the manufacturers to wear for SO years, stem winder and stem setterwith'Elgin movement, $'.'4.50. Same as above with full jewel, Wal-than- i movement, $23. 50. Handsomely engraved, open face, gold-fille- gents watch, with Aurora movement, (ionts silver watches from $2 50 to $10.00. worth $5 00 to $.'0.00 each. In diamonds lean save you from 20 to 30 per cent. I could list many more goods but space will not permit. Remember I warrant all goods sold to be just as represented. You are in-vited to call. IIevrv E. X. riiKi.ps, tho Leading liroker. l.r)8 Main street, Salt Lake City. THE LATEST IN BONNETS. The Ladles of the City Should Visit Mrs. Christy's Millinery Parlors. The finest stock of millinery goods to be seen in the city now is at the parlors of Mrs. Christy. She has just received an assortment of the latest French pat-terns in bonnets. They are imported directly from Paris and especially for her. It would be to tho advantage of the ladies of Salt Lake City and vicin-ity to call and look over her largo as-sortment before purchasing their fall patterns. Mrs. Christy is still at her old stand. 31 West First South st.