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THE SALT LAKE TIMES, WEDNESDAYVJULY 2, 1890., . 2 S MONDAY, JUNE 30, JULY 1, 2, 3, . Boys' Suits, Knee Pants, Jereey Suits, P 2 Boys' Waists, Misses Waists, , LADIES' WAISTS, LADIES' WRAPS. J m All New, Seasonable and Just Right For ' FOURTH OF" JULY -- VSTEJ-AJR,. H P R.'K. THOMAS. I 5 USINESS DIRECTORY. tfRSTCLASS ADVERTISERS OF I SALT LAKE CITY. The Times commends to it3 patrons the Business and Pro fessional men whose cards ap-pear below. FLORISTS 0. OBAMEB, FLORIST, DECORATOR AND DESIGNER, designs a specialty. Park avenue, entrance, East Second South street, Salt Lake City. FURNITURE. SANDBEBG FUBNITUBE C0. MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN School Desks, Screen doors and Windows. Jobbing and attended to. 108. and 110 W. South Temple street. ' GROCERIES W, E, D. BABNETT, Agent, C1ROCERIES FRUITS, POULTRY, Feed and Fresh Meats; 60 east Third South street; telephone 454. BOGEBS & COMPANY, THE LEADING GROCERS, 46 EAST FIRST street. FEED G. LYNGBEEG, STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, Fruit, Vegetables, Poultry, Fish, Game, etc. 53 east First South street. Tele-phone 68. MONEY TO LOAN. EMoOABEIOKi MONEY LOANED ON WATCHES , and Jewelry; also a tine line of Watches, Jewelry, Revolvers and Charms for sale cheaper than anywhere in the west. 340 south Main Bt., one door north Walker House. I. WATTEBS, BROKER, SI E FIRST SOUTH STREET, Deseret National Bank, Salt Lake City. Makes loans on Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry; rents collected; railroad tickets bought and sold: business confidential. Es-tablished 1868. All unredeemed pledges sold at To, y low rates. MUSIC MAQBTOWisfm TEACHER OF VIOLIN. GUITAR AND Olson's orchestra and brass band. Residence, 85 M street, 81st ward. Leave orders at any of the music stores, or at Sharp &, Younger's Palaoe drugstore. SIGN0RG. FEBBABI, TEACHER OF VOCAL MUSIC, WILL GIVE in singing, having a thorough ed uoatlon in classical music in the Italian school. Room 38, Scott- - Auerbaeh building. PAINTERS AND DECORATORS. PETEBS0N k BB0WN, SIGNS, 63 WEST FIRST SOUTH STREET, Lake City. SECOND-HAN- D CLOTH M. LEVEy7 DEALER IN CAST OFF AN same; highest cash pi notice by mall promptly att kinds tailoring done. 69 w. First S STAMPS AND HEALS J. o. muephYITcI RUBBER STAMPS AND forator. Agents for the Abbott Salt Lake City. STENOGRAPH Y F. E. McGTJBEInT OFFICIAL STENOGRAPHER; A and Typewriting Remington Typewriter and supptfei bulldmg. W. A, TAYLOR, MERCHANT TAILOR. NEW arrived. 43 and 45 a South street, Salt Lake City. TRUNKS. HULBEBT BEOS,, MANUFACTURERS OF FINE sample t cases to order; repairing a speclalt First South street. watchmakersndTew AD0LPH HAEBAChT Practical watchmakers. jewelry repaired m A full line of ladies' and geuts wal 16, East First South street, Salt La T. M. SUBBAUG3, FINE AMERICAN WATCHES, watch repairing a prices reasonable; 75 west First Sot Salt Lake City. Utah. MISCELLANEOUS J. HANSEN, 'fLAXE OF CHJCAOO.1 ARCHITECT AND SUPERINT his offices to room 8. " JOHN GBEEN, WITH GREEN & CO., S ANITA and scavengers. P. ( MBS. WIL00X, LADIES' FINE DRESS MAKINi! Riding habits and tal suits. 57 and 59 East Second South ACCOUNTANTS. HABBY B. BB0WIJE, ACCOUNTANT, EXPERT AND 18H9, south Main St. The very beaj of city reference given. ARCHITECTS. FEED A. HALE, (LATH OT DENVER.) ARCHITECT OF COMMERCIAL BLOCK, 90, Wasatch building. WHITE & TJLMEB, ARCHITECTS AND SUPERINTENDENTS. aud 411, Progress Block, Salt Lake Cit y. ATTORNEYS, WLLlLLOrCONDONr'1 TAWYER. ROOMS 14 AND 15 UTAH Co. Building, cor. Commercial and First South streets. Elevator at Commer-cial street entrance. S. A. MEREITT, CITY ATTORNEY, building. ROOMS 510 611, John M. Brkbzk, jamks a. Williams BEEEZE & WILLIAMS, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW- , ROOMS 314 815, 0. W. P0WEES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW- , OPPOSITE Second South street. GUMMING & 0BIT0HL0W, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW- , ROOMS 4 AND 6, 128 Main street. M. E. McENANY, TTORNEY-AT-LA- PROGRESS BUILD-ln- A Fourth floor. BARBERS. ELITE BABBEB SHOP. GENTLEMEN WISHING A NEAT SHAVE to call on s. W. T. Strad-roR-Proprietor, 96 H east Third South street john Mcdonald & sons, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES A SPEIALTY. Main street. J. H. 0LAEK, REEN, STAPLE AND FANCY GROCE-- T rlcs, Fruits, Poulty and Fish, No. 58 west First South street. Orders by telephone (296) promptly attended to. 0. M. HANSEN, DEALER IN CHOICE FANCY GROCERIES Grain, Coal and Kindling Wood, corner Third South and State street. M. TOBIAS & SON, DEALER IN FANCY GROCERIES, Poultry, Fruit and Vegetables. All goods delivered to any part of the city. No. 218 south First East street. ELI L. PBI0E, GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, 254 MAIN insurance! LOUIS HYAMS & 00. T7IRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT. MUTUAL I Life of New York. 514 and 615 Progress Block. THE PENN. MUTUAL LIFE INS, 00. PHILADELPHIA, PA.. INCORPOR-ate- d OF 1847, conducted for members by members, and having unequalled security and greatest dividend paying ability. Taylor & Stephens, general agents, 400 and 401 Progress building. PLUMBING. A. J. B0UEDETTE & 00., PLUMBERS, STEAM AND GAS FITTER8 Jobbers. 16 east Second South street, Salt Lake City. Telephone No. 431. . JAMES FENWT0K, PRACTICALPLUMBER, STEAM AND GAS 61 East Third South street. Salt Lake City, Utah. P. J. M0EAN, STEAM HEATING ENGINEER, 259 MAIN Salt Lake City. PLATING. "Itovel GOLD, SILVER AND NICKEL PLATING by the Dynamo Process. All kinds of repairing done with neatness and dispatch. Knuuson Bros, 61 E 3d South. PHYSICIANS. DR. G. J. FIELD. WASATCH BUILDING, LATE OF ST. O Louis DE. J. S. BLAOKBUBN & 00., HERNIA SPECIALISTS; RUPTURE cured without surgical opera-tion. 68 E. First South St., opp. the Theater. DBS. FEEEMAN & BUBB0WS, YE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT. SPECTA-- J cles accurately fitted. Rooms 17 and 18, h building. W. C. EDWAE "Pat Casey" (Shift Boss Will examine and report on mine: part of the West. Fifteen Years Practical Exp jr tTAddress care THE TIMEl Just received car of Utah old pota-tse- Peterson & Campbell. W. F. Shelton, No. 251 Main street, (up stairs,) general contractor and licensed Drain Layer. Sewerage, Paving Cement work and all kinds of contract work. Those desiring sewer connections will tiud it to their advan-tage to cull on me. Estimates upon work furnished. w , Fir Works 4th July. For fire works go to Pacilic Tea aud Coffee company. 74 West First South street. . All the handsome girls in Salt Lake Citv keep their good looks by eating Quaker Rolled Oats. Eat Quaker Rolled Oats; the nicest form of prepared oats now on t he mar ket. Choice Fruit At Eli L. Price, 254 Main street, re-ceived fresh every morning. LIQUORS AND CIGARS. P. T. NYSTE0M. COMMERCIAL SALOON FAMILIES First South and Commer-cial streets. THE COTTAGE, CHOICE WINES. CIGARS AND LIQUORS, opposite the Utah & Nevada depot, J. Sullivan, proprietor. THE TWO PHILLIPS PLACE. CHOICEST BRANDS OF IMPORTED aud Cigars. Schuster & Phki.ph. proprietors, 63 E Third South Btreet, Salt Lake City. B0UD0IB SALOON, NO. 39 MAIN STREET, SALT LAKE CITY, Utah. Hillstead & Co., dealers in Wines. Liquors and Cigars. Salt Lake City Brewing Co's celebrated beer on draught. M0SHEB, FLOOD & CO., MIRROR SALOON, City. 136 MAIN STREET, THE PH03NIX SALOON, TE. PEACOCK, PROPRIETOR, 228 STATE Ice cold Beer on draught; choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. STONE FE0NT SALOON, CHOICE LIQUORS AND CIGARS. HAI.T.TMAN & Co., 70 S. Main St. THE OCCIDENTAL, PURE GOODS ONLY AND OF THE BEST Studious Attention. Acer & Murphy, Proprietors, No. 18 east First South street. Salt Lake City. CL1FT HOUSE BAB, 2--Q MAIN STREET. A. J. TAYSUM I O Proprietor. -- SILVEBBEOS wulchinery IRON WORKS, MACHINE SHOP AND steam engines, mining and mill ingwork. No. 149 west North Temple Btreet; Telephone No. 4n6. MILLINERY AND DRESSAIAklNG. a! h. cohn, ri"HK ONLY LADIES' TAILOR IN THE J. city. Ladies desiring the latest stvles and fashions will do weU to call on him. "No. 68 East Second South, rooms S and 4. NEW YORK MILLINER & DEESS-MAKLN-IF YOU WANT A PERFECT FITTING GAR-me-call on Ella Hints. 44 Wasat.-- build-ing, s. T. Taylor's celebrated system. Tak elevator. REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. W. P. D0DDS, REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. collected. 76 E. First South street. Room 6, Jos. A. West. Eiol Baklockkh. JOS. A. WEST & 00 EMPLOYMENT AND REAL ESTATE South Temple street. THE SYNDICATE INVESTMENT 00., REAL ESTATE, 879 MAIN STREET. for non residents a specialty. YEAD0N & HEATH, SOLE AGENTS FOR SOUTH MAIN STREET See them for this and othe properties, 150 Main street S. F. SPENOEB & CO., REAL ESTATE LOANS, INVESTMENTS south Main street, Salt Lake City! Comp ete list of city and acreage property. ALFBED DUNSHEE, REAL ESTATE, LOANS, INVESTMENTS M?J? 8treet. rear Jones Bank, Salt Lake City Utah. J. G. JA00BS & 00. REAIi,1!l,STA?E DEALERS, 147 PROGRESS for sale residence property in all parts of the city; also choice bargains in business and farm property. H. 0. LETT 4 SON, DEALERS INNo.R8E57AML aEinSTATE, CITY AND Walker street, opposite the House, Salt Lake City. THE MIDLAND INVESTMENT 00. BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE, LOANS No. 177 Main street. BUBT0N, GB0ESBE0I ft CO., T?EoL,ASTATE' N0- - 869 MAIN STREET. Meplone6 Utah- - Not ta RESTAURANTS SALT LAKE WAFFLE 4CHoThOUSE MEALS ,AwTeAstLSLecHoOndURstSreFeRtOM 15 CENTS Joints fe Sen- ior, proprietors. GLOBE CAFE, C F. BALL A Co. MEALS AT Q. No. ai Main street, Lata city? FOUNTAIN LUNCH STAND, B. 'Sf:SSOI22S,2S 1'south hoUkMComSUSxSerilr m at aU BLACKSMITHS. J. A. FAUST, BLACKSMITH AND CARRIAGE MAKER. made lu horseshoeing and tire setting. Cor. 1st So. aud 2d West streets BOOKS AND STATIONERY d. m, McAllister & co BOOKS, STATIONERY. TOYS. Utah Views, Mormon Publications, Periodicals, Magazines, etc., 72 Main streeu ' BOOT AND SHOE MAKING. E0BINS0N BEOS., CHOE MANUFACTURERS, 49 W. FIRST k5 South street. Our own make of $rt shoes are forging ahead. Repairing neatly executed THE PABAG0N IS THE BEST AND CHEAPEST PLACE for Shoe Repairing. 11 west South Temple street. civilIengineering! " hTveldmnby; CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS. laid out and platted. Rooms 614 aud 615 Progress building; P. O. box 647, Salt Lake City, Utah. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. ROBINSON &J0L0M CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. OFFICE general jobbing, pattern making; Agents for folding bath tub. 174 west First South street. J. C. D0WLING, CARPENTER, CONTRACTOR & BUILDER, executed : fitting up stores and counter making a specialty. SssJ w. First South street. GEORGE B0GGS & CO., CONTRACTING AND BUILDING, FITTING a specialty. 157 State road, between First and Second South strett, Salt Lake City, l.'tah. ENGRAVING. J. JEPPEES0N, 1PRACTICAL SCULPTOR AND CARVER, Office, 1 1 east North Temple street J. W. WHITECAR, DESIGNER AND building. ENGRAVER ON WOOD, 1 ire! l ire! Fire! To our country customers. Dou't be deceived. We nave an ample supply on hand of our unequalled luger beer, to fill your orders. Salt Lake City Brewing Co., Jacob Monfrz, General Manager. AOENOY I WARWICK HIGH-GR- A SAFETY BICYCLE. I carry a stock of SAFETY BICYC ttB.OO, $35.00, $40.00, $80.00. 1 $118.00, $135.00, TRICYCLES M LOCIPRDES. In purchasing from 1 have a stock to select from and do not wait Largest stock and lowest Tricrt' tug Goods, Guns. Catleryt SH0T-GUSSA- T COST Bicycle and Gun Repair Agent CALIGRAPH WRITING c Carbons, Ribbons jmd PaP61 m:. evans 23 W. 2d South street, Salt Laki uu IAKD OTHER ARTICLES JmofTu,y -- AT- 1). JL3IfAllislcr&Co's. BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS and NEWSDEALERS, etc. 12 Main street. vital energies of life wasting away, still press on in the downward course, seek-ing no aid, as if entirely blind to the awful fato awaiting tliem, perhaps in 1 he near future, The Doctor warns all thoso suffering from nervous debility to come and seek relief where long ex-perience and truo medical skill cau be brought to their aid, promising relief and a speedy restoration to health. DISEASE OF WOMEN There are thousands of women who have become invalids from disease pe-culiar to their sex, which have been neglected through dread of necessary enibarrasment, to which they must sub-mit to enable the physicau to properly understand thoir case. Mothers look on and see their lovely daughters wast-ing away, and are 11 lied with fear and wonder. Husbands see their wives in daily torture are filled with dread, or perhaps through ignorance of the nature of the affliction, they are sometimes led to uncharitable conclusions, the result of which is domestic unhappiness and the neglect of which is truly criminal, and leaves little room for apology. These complaints can readily be cured, and the scores of pale, entervated faces which are stalkinir about as if in the art and many new scientific remedies discovered within the past few years. This is an age of science and progress so try again. Go see Dr. Hand, the great specialist. Go now while you may yet be within the reach of scien-tili-medical or surgical skill; learn the truo cause of your sad affliction ; employ treatment at once of the oldest and most successful specialists in the west; learn how easy it is to be cured after cause of the disease has been removed by the use of proper seientilic remedies elec-tricity galvanism, magnetism, medi-cal, electrical, water and vapor baths, combined with purely vegetable medi-cines, administered at the right time, where and when indicated. TEEMS TO EVERYBODY THE SAME NO CURE NO PAY. Dr. Hand asks no pay for his services until you are cured. Patients fur-nished with medicines prepared from fresh, pure drugs at cost of same. Also treatment by electricity furnished to patients in all parti of the United States. All cases taken for treatment will be cured in from three to six months. Positively no incurable cases taken on any terms. Consultation and microscopical examination free to all who take treatment The only money you have to pay in advance is just what NO CURE, NO PAY. Electricity Is Life-Me- dical Electricity. BY Dn. W. M. HAND, Microscopic and Analytic Physician and Surgeon, Professor of Anatomy, Physiology, Therapeutics, Theory and Practice of Medicine, Meteria Mcdica, Obstetrics, Surgery, and Electrical Science. The Great Med-ical Electrician of Ogden City. Utah. READ AND REFLECT. It is a mistaken idea to suppose that while all other trades and professions have been advancing and improving that the practice of medicine has re-mained in statu quo, or at a stand still. There is probably no science in the world wherein greater and more start-ling discoveries have been made than in the healing art. Dr. Hand, by means of his wonderful discoveries with the microscope, has re-duced the practice of medicine to a science, Tracing nil diseases, as he docs, to a germ origin, their treatment becomes a simple matter, and enables the doctor to effect cure in cases that have been pronounced beyond medical or surgical skill, and in an incredibly short space of time. Tho microscopic examinations of specimens enables the doctor to detormino accurately and im-mediately (ho disease with which tho pationt is afllictcd, after which by means of his art and wonderful anti-septic treatment, he is able to apply the precise remedy indicated, and is not compelled to administer a multitude of different compounds, hoping some luay reach the case, ntid in the mid failintr. after havinir administered very shadow of death, can be restored to health, beauty and happiness. The doctor's treatment is pleasant and effective, and has restored thousands who had lost all hopes and given them-selves up a prey to their torturing afflic-tion. DISEASE OE THE EYE AND EAR. There is no greater affliction to which humanity is exposed than tho loss of sight, whether partial or complete. Thoso who are afflicted with inltaruod eyes seldom comprehend their danger, and often through ignorance or tho want of proper medical aid become blind when they might have had their eyesight preserved. The doctor treats the eye and ear with great success and would advise those suffering from par-tial or complete blindness or deafness not to delay treatment until all hope is lost. CANCER. the doctor has to pay out for the drugs used in the preparation of tho mediciii used to cure you. After the doctor has made mlcroscop ical examination ho knows at once whetl'cr he can cure you or not; also just what time it will require to effect a cure; also what the medicine will cost to treat your case. And whatever that may be let it be one dollar or twenty the cost of tho medicine and elec-tricity is one-thir- of the whole, tho re-maining two-third- s are not duo until you are cured, aud if a failure should be made to euro tho case it nevor be-comes due aud the doctor is left out in the cold. Dr. Hand is without doubt tho greatest living medical electrician upon earth. Five thousand patients treated during the last four years. Dr. Hand cures every case he takes under treatment and will give 15,000 cash to the person who will prove by the health office in Cincinnati, Ohio, (his old home), that he ever gave a death report to that office, notwithstanding three years' practice in that city, aud eleven hundred cases treated diu'iug his last years' residence there, liomember the 'doctor cures thousands of in-curables, and without a dose of medi-cine. Electricity is tho remedy wh.ch is applied by a graduate in the use of the same. Remember the address and call immediately. No. 253 South West Temple street, second door north of Metropolitan hotel Salt Lako City, Utah. OI .j a largo amount of unnecessary medicines. Ky means of his now discoveries, Dr. Hand treats with spe-cific remedies tho following named di-seases: Every form of throat and lung disease, consumption, asthma, hay fever, bronchitis, catarrh, diptherla, deafness, dropsy, goitre, fits, epilepsy falling sickness, St. Vitus dance, gravel, heart disease in every form, eronio in-flammation of the bladder, kidneys, womb and ovaries, lcucorrhcca, all di-seases of the stomach, liver and splccu, chronic sore eyes of every form even partial blinduess of years standing, paralysis, rheumatism, neuralgia, cho-rea, hysteria, nervousness, dyspepsia, scurvy, cancers, salt rheum, white swelling, abscew, dropsy, aneurism, varicose veins, hemorrhoids or piles, fistula and tumors, rupture, scrofula, syphilis. All diseases of a special, pri-v'at-difficult and dangerous character and all diseasos of women and children. Dr. Haud is 54 years old, is a gradu-ate of two medical colleges, one in tho United Stales, the other in France, and has practiced medicine and surgery for t he past thirty-thre- e years, was physic-ian and surgeon in the United States army from 1801 to 1805. Dr. Hand treats every form of chronic disease known to the medical profession, and lias for tho last twenty-tw- o years suc-cessfully treated all chronic, special aud nervous diseases. Dr. Hand does not claim to be the onlv physician in the United States that understands his business. But ho does claim that he understands tho treat-ment of the diseases mentioned in this article more thoroughly than the grad-uate family physician, for the simple reason that the doctor has practiced medicine and surgory in nearly every part of tho United States, on land and on sea; has lived iii all kinds of cli-mates; has treated nearly all national-- 1 ities aud diseases and from his exten-Hiv- e travels, practice and experience, should be more capable of mastering difficult, stubborn, chronic diseaso. Dr. Hand advises all afflicted with disease and doing well under the caro of their family physician not to change treatment, as he does not wish to inter-fere with his brothor in the profession. SPECIAL DISEASES. There are diseases, both local and constitutional, committing terrible rav-nge-the result of remote or recent in-discretion, which to name would grate harshly upon the ear of the most fas-tidious. These diseases, whether they have yet found lodgment in tho blood or not, are wrecking the health of thousands, and promising disaster to . their posterity. Tho doctor's long ex-perience gives him complete masterv over these diseases, and in all cases he warrants speedy relief aud a positive cure. NERVOUS DISEASE. Very few are aware of the dangers which hover over them every moment of their lives when afflicted with this malady. There are thousands who with sunken cheeks, trembling bauds, quivering muscles, stooping forms, still indulging in tho same habits which arc fruitful in the production of tiiis terri ble affliction, though they see their Cancer has always been and is now pronouueed incurable by surgical writers and by tho profossion at largo still after successfully treating hundreds of cases the doctor unhesitatingly de-clares this terrible disease strictly curable without cuttiug or tho loss of blood. His treatment seldom interferes with the patient's ordinary duties and tho doctor completely eradicates tho cancerous poison from the blood. hemorrhoids or tiles. Piles permanently cured without sur-gical operation or pain. Simple rem-edy. Fever aud ague, sick headache aud mountain fevor thedoctorwarrants to cure every case. EPILEPTIC FITS. Dr. Hand will cure one case of epi-leptic tits in each and every county in the United States, if brought to his office, free of charge, and will warrant a cure in any case with six months' treatment, wherein his written instruc-tions are strictly followed. TAPE WORMS. Tape worms removed, head intact, withiu twenty-fou- r hours. CATARRH. Dr. Hand's specific for catarrh cures tho worst cases of catarrh, "cold in the head," coryza, catarrhal headache, sore throat and catarrhal deafness. The treatment is mild aud agreeable, and based upon scientific principles. Catarrhal diseases are dependent upon some taint iu the organism, and it is by eradicating it that tho doctor cures catarrh. OBSTETRICS, (MIDWIFERY.) Dr. Hand is also a scieuced practi-tioner of obstetrics, having attended (as his book shows) over eight hundred ladies in childbirth, with a loss of but seven of that number by death having occurred. Ladies, tho parturient cham-ber is no place for tho novice or char-latan, but of an educated, careful, ju-dicious physician. As an accoucheur Da. Haud'canuot be excelled. Dr. Hand makes a specialty of every form of chrouic diseaso known to the medical profession. By the aid of the microscope he can tell you at once tho nature of your disease; then if you wish he will deal out to you the proper sci-entific remedies best calculated to cure the same. In all cases he will make a plaiu statement of facts to the patients, and in all cases he will explain the nature of the disease and the probabil-ities of a cure. It is Dr. Haud's pur-pose to make this city his permanent resilience, and expects to bo able to demonstrate to tho citizens his claims to their favorable consideration. Afflicted men, chronically diseased women, why neglect yourselves and children while laboring under that malady ? What comfort or pleasure is wealth to us unless we have health to enjoy it? Have you lost all confidence iu the medical fraternity? Tho fact of you having been treated by home old" fogy physi-cian, sonic old woman or quack doctor, without receiving relief; does not give proof of your being beyond the reach of scientific medical' skill. There have been groat strides made in the healing Agricultural College of The Agricultural College of 11 rated at Logan, Utah, will Op Students on September : It is a Territorial Institution, foun a United States land grant and by T appropriations' for the purpose of gl young men and young women of Utah and practical education in the several and professions of life. It has course riculture, Domestic Economy, Mech i and Mechanical Engineering, Civil h tog and other special courses. It has a modern equipment and sf in its several fields of instruction. Its meansot illustration include tni States Experiment Station and ics wo search in agriculture; a flee f- - . horticultural grounds, equipped with aopliances; a cooking, dairy, cutting a tag department, workshops In wooJ a a new library, museums and other n illustration. Students will be kept in constant with illustrations of schoolroom t throughout its four years courses. For pamphlet containing announ and for further particulars, address, J. W. 8ANDB01 Preei Attentiou Coiurads. George R. Maxwell G. A. R. Post No. 5 will turn out on Fourth of July, al. comrades are requested to join us and make this a glorious Fourth. Will meet at 80 South Main street at 9 :ii0 a. m. Aaron S. Post, Commander.