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THE SALT LAKE TIMES. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 23, 1890. WE" NEVER LET UP ft HH; WONDERS NEVER CEASE ON CUTTING PRICES. T" 1 1 T7" TP) IT ' " LO 1 AA"fP f 1 T1 .HP 1 Th wonder is how it can be possible lor us to sell so many cloaks ' XI I I rl 1, I I I r 11 andjackets during this fiue, warm weather. - I If I I I I A I v J V I'l l I L I But customers are posted on VALUES and know we have the larg-- This time we call special attention to our CLOTHING AND GENTS Jl S VJL JL V-- est and finest line of Wraps in the west and that our prices are , FURNISHING DEPARTMENT. ' , " "JL ' ' : ' ' much less. .. - " ' Z J p fp-- - Over $2500 Worth of New Goods. ,, T)rn P U,r1nr Pa WE ARE SELLING THOSE $6 JACKETS In these goods going at the same low slaughter prices. We closed 11 A h1 T llLlS AT l 1 VFDV D A PTflT Y bur old stock for gentlemen. You cannot afford to miss these bar- - f V CtlXWl JLvl VvJl VJL X T 1V-- A V'Vi V ,11 I nAllJl'L I Underwear at . - f , gaius. Over fifty styles Men's going ' "J s S' ' - 25 per cent Less Than Value. 0000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Q " - i . Our $13.75, $16.75 and $23.00 Seal Ptaoh Sacqnes are the bar- - ; ' " And the prices are still going LOWER. Special SLAUGHTER SALES will bo the order of the day for the next 10 . gains of bargains. Also our Plush Jackets are going at very low . SEE OUR days. We aro offering severa" special bargains in DRESS GOODS this week. See our 15c. Plaids 30 in. wide, worth prices. t.vpW 25c- - See our 68c, Woof Habit Cloth, full 83 In., wide, worth 85o. See our $1.00 Fine Broadcloth, full 50 in. wide, worth LADIES, you cannot afford to buy wraps of any kind until you see v ,inwrv,rrifNT9 a rnv kT rtl-21t- o Our Neckwear WJ5-Tb- ' ' ca.8 " BARGAIN! jGIuVE UMS A CALiL.ymv; ,.Mya . worth at least CLOTHING DEPARTME GREAT X ; Don't miss the bargains In Silks, Velvets and Plushes. We are actually selling these goods at 25 per cent less than . , mm.m wm-- m real value. Over 200 pieces of Velvets alone to select from. f AHPtcTS' X 2 ni Dress Trimmings. Buttons, Linings, Etc. Over $5000 worth of these goods, all new and the latest styles are being "Warn, ; :-- Nhnft.Q I NhflftS 1 shown over our Counters. Don't miss the bargain on CURTAIIXIS OTJIS yB.A.EBa-.A.X.N- " : C O T7 NTS B S ; Overstocked on Shoes and cutting the prices right and left ill order , '''' ' ' " ' ', "'-.- . , ,, u . , . ' ' Two Hundred pieces of New Carpets, in the latest styles and of the ' to reduce our atock. No one can afford to mi, the bajgaina in .hoe,. cheap" DONT F'AITO Co'lVli i5?DEE FORWYOURSeTves!CYou wlreadildecideht it ' best qualities going AT WHOLESALE, PRICES. ' ' Don't buy Carpets or Curtains until you see our Mammoth Stock A COMPLETE LINE OF RIBBONS GOING CHEAP. , v PAYS TO TRAtDE WITH and low prices. j WALKER BROS. &FYLER CO. . WALKER BROS. & FYLER CO. Walker Bros. Fyler Co. -- : New York Ladies' Tailoring :- - ESTABLISHMENT. i ..... - v'i- -" - ! ' i Room 81, Culmer Block. Tailor made r. dies' fratments. Specialties In Gowns, Codti. Traveling Wraps and Riding Habits. Fine Sea e te Coats made to order. Dresses made from $19 up. Take Elevator KELLY & CO. : Printers, Stationers, Blank Book-Maker- s. .Mo. 46 W. Second Sooth St. ' ' Salt Lake City, - - Utah. Our fa:lllties for dolnar flrst-clas- s Job Print-ing are of the newest and best, books ruled, I r nted and bound to order. Samples of Kail-r- i aJ, Mining, Bank and Mercantile work always on baud. Complete line of Office Sup-plies, embrolug the most approved Labor-Savlu- g and Economical Inventions. . ' Price3 Low ! ' Call on us, ! Rudolph Alff, I " Importer of : CHINA, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, Plated Ware, Cutlery, Lamps, Yases, and xi .... Statuary ..... M Main St., SALT LAKE CITY. "THE ITAfl poiltrycofaxy; Wholesale Produce Dealers, ' General Commission Merchant! Bole Western Agents for the Hestonand Bell Spi tag Creamery Butter, laa West tad Sou to. ft Telephone 7: P. O.boxSll. Brancliaoua Park Ctiy, Utah. BARCAINS IN REAL ESTATE. , Call on the Owner. Thirty lots in Cobb's addition, on Tenth South between Seventh and Eighth Wrest, on line of West Side Rapid Transit railroad, which is in ac-tive operation; price $300 and $350. Four building lots oh Ninth South between Fourth and Fifth East, near electrio bar line; $2250 each. Beautiful residence, six room brick house, corner of J and Eourth street, near electric cars; $0000. 4x10 on J street between Third and Fourth streets; $4000. 3xlQ on N between Third and Fourth streets; $2500. i' , . ' 5x14 on Seventh East between South Temple and-Firs- t South. This is the most desirable residence part of the city and will double in value in less ' than two Ve'ars.' This list is all first class property and is not listed with any agents, but can bo purchased direct from, the owner on easy terms. ' Call on or address Byron Hartweix, 137 W: South Temple street. I I I I 1 ) fAM& SALT LAKE COT -j-- " 1 f f 'j&L Garden City, Plat i"C'" --KtiV- UP 4A U33tJ L J- - G- - JAOOB3, MgT. " "T J M ji, Hat'l Bank of iapnillo' New York Tailors, 'jo East Second South. , We Represent Marks '. Arnheim, of New York, the Largest Tailoring Establishment in the World. New York Prices and the Latest New York Styles. CALL AND SEE US. 1 'wlM?S??TnfTmiiM!M2!5SanE ' Elegant Stors for Rent. . G. F. Culmer & Bros, will rent the handsome store they are now building at 20 ; and 53. East First South street, with nearly 7000 feet of store room, handsome show windows and best loca-tion for retail business in the city. Ap-ply atbnoe. If you want goods at eastern prices go to the Fair., "Take it before breakfast," because it will give yon an appetite, regulate the bowels, and cleanse the system of all Dr. Henley's English Dande-lion Tonic. Sold everywhere. Sohmer Pianos, 75 w. First South. Take it before breakfast Dr. Hen-ley's English Dandelion Tonic. Yoa Are Id m Bad Fix . But we will cure you if you will pay us. . Our message is to the Weak, Ner-vous and Debilitated who, by early Evil Habits, or - Later Indiscretions, have trifled away their vigor' of Body, Mind and Manhood, and who suffer ail those effects which lead to Premature Decay, Consumption or Insanity. If this means you, send; for and jead our Book of Life, written by the greatest Specialist of the day, and sent, (sealed), by ad-dressing Dr. Parker's Medical and Sur-gical Institute, 153 North Spruce street, Nashville. Tenn. R. H. Blelo, French Hairdresser. Specialist in bangs cutting, curling, singeing. Dealer in and manufacturer of line wigs, tanpees, hairswitches, hairjowolry and hairwork of every de-scription. Parlors 27 and ,28 Scott-Auerbac- h building. -::- -W. J. KING-::-- Dealer In. TINWARE & HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. ' 279 Sontli Main Street, ; Salt Ma City; Utali JL GABEL, THE TAILOR i-B'- 220 W Second South St, Iff PANTS to Order I SUITS to Order, J. $3-50- . : I $i&oo. AND UPWARD I i. ANJJ UPWARD I Take it before breakfast Dr. Hen-ley's English Dandelion Tonic. Premature baldness can be averted by using Skookum Root Hair Grower. Lawn chairs 75 cents, at the Fair. Take it before breakfast Dr. Hen-ley's English Dandelion Tonic. Have placed in line large ossortentm of fall neckwear. Bast-Terk- y Mercantile Co. Hatters and Furnishers. H'i Main street. Take it before breakfast Dr. Hen-ley's English Dandelion Tonic. Take it before breakfast Dr. Hen-ley's English Dandelion Tonic. Wkntrt. All kinds of second-han- d household goods at Etchison & Webbers, 157 8. First East street. Money to load iu ums to suit by S.JF Spencer, 267 Suuth Main s:reet. Piles cured without pain or detention from business. No charge untiL- cure is effected. Consultation and examina-tion free. Refer to over one hundred who have been cured by me in Salt Lake city within the last two years. Fistula, fissure, stricture, ulceration and all other diseases of the rectum treated successfully. Dr. Charles Thompson, h Building. Sohmer Pianos, 75 w. First South. Ono car of folding beds and four of ossorted furniture, now styles. Please call. Barrett Bros. Think of it. Lots in South Boulevard on West and South Drives and State Road from $235 to $500 per lot. Easy terras. Henkt J. Dieter, 153 Main street. Take it before breakfast Dr. Hen-ley's English Dandelion Tonic. Skookum Root Hair Grower will cleanse your scalp and develope a new growth of hair. For sale by druggists. Oregon Kidney Tea cures stone in the bladder. A Buitaea Man Wanted To engage as a partner in the best es-tablished afhd best paying business (for the amount invested) in the west. Cap-ital required, $400. This is an office business, and can't be beat. Ask for the secretary's office, 63 West Second South. California Collateral Bank, Loans money on diamonds, watches and all personal securities at low rates. 3d W. Secon South. To Soften the Skin. Ladies wfcose skin is subject to rough-ness when exposed to the air may rem-edy the difficulty by applying Wisdom's Violet Cream. It restores the natural action of the skin and induces softness and elasticity. Jt5arrcs oc to., , Dealers in New and Second Hand Furniture. 139 W. 2nd South St t i s Highest Cash Prioes Paid. Grand Music Box Drawing Christmas ! E. SELLS, J.TUCKER. H. W. SELLS. Sells & Corripany, Wholesale and Retail 'Dealers in Lnmher. First South street opposite 14th Ward Assembly Rooms. l O. Box 1078. ; . Idiioiieer lui i Arastranc BaIer. . "; ' The opening of Wallace & Co.'s new tailoring establishment is already crea-ting a sensation among good dressers. Nowhere else in Salt Lake can so ele-gant a stock of new goods be seen. Mr. Meek our New York cutter is a gentleman fully competent to please the most fastidious. He gives a grace-ful, easy fitting garment, at the same time imparting a style and finish not usually obtained. Wallace & Co. 43 West Second South street. .. .1' . Sole Agency For Dr. Jaegar's Sanitary woolen under wear of which we have a full line Send for catalogue, Bast-Ter- rt Mercantile Co. Hatters and Furnishers. ' - .. 142 Main streot Take it before breakfast Dr. Hen-ley's English Dandolioa Tonic. Miller's unexcelled New York Silk and Derby hats will arrive tomorrow. Bast-Ter- rt Mercantile Co. Hatters and Furnishers. 143 Main street Take it before breakfast Dr. Hen-ley's English Dandelion. Tonic. THE SALT LAKE TIMES. JltB TIMES' Tslaphona Bumbw it kSl The office of Th Timu Is located at No. a Conmerotal street. Local mention In this column will be carried at 8ft cgnti per line each ineertlon. THURSDAYrOCTOBER23."l890T meeting at Corrinne to take place on Nov. 1. , ... '.. : ; The Liberal committee today sent out a pouch-loa- d of circulars announcing the movements of the train its arrivals and departures during the whirl through the haunts of the voter and freeholder.. At nearly every place the party will be met with bands. have been made for the ac-commodation of a few more who should ' report at once. An effort will be made to have the Hon. Calvin Reasoner of Kansas, ad-dress a Salt Lake audience before the campaign has closed. The gentleman has been one of the most active "cam-paigners" in the past in the grasshop-per commonwealth. THE LIBERAL CAMPAIGN There will be a Grand Bally of Liberals at the Meeting Tonight in Eleo-tri- o Hall. THE SLOGAN SOUNDED STEP IN. The Liberals of Utah will Stand by This Campaign and Work Like Beavers for the Cause. The Liberal campaign committee bas the snap that means success. The tour will be business from start to finish and nothing will . be,., overlooked to seat Judge Goodwin in Congress. As the tran moves from 'point to point the people will welcome the speakers and their associates with unbounded enthus-iasm. Long live the Liberals beneath the old Hag whose galaxy of stars will never be complete until Utah, is a state. "" ' " ..... ' ' ' , Now that the Deep Creek railroad is a positive thing which enterprise was so earnestly championed by The Times we turn our attention to, the Liberal campaign.' In this we see a cause of greatest importance and believe that all people who possess a portion of tho true interests of the territory will roll up their sleeves and assist in the work. This not the season for laggers and in-difference and here is an opportunity to prove to the union that Utan is wide awake and will not Ulerate any half way isms. ,4;f .. ..o : v As is customary with. The Times in all matters of vital importance it will daily inform its readers of the move-ments of the Libera) campaign com-mittee in their tour in the territory. As has been stated the train will leave Salt Lake on its grand mission at 8:30 o'clock next Monday morning- - The actionstf the principal actors in this campaign will be watched with greater interest than ever before. The Liberals alone the line will have their lights trimmed and burning. ' Judge Goodwin has the key which unlocks the congressional situation and he will use it to the satisfaction of the right thinking people. He is a man of determination aud his movements with-in tho next few days will meet with the popular approbation- - The Liberals do not compose a soap bubble party but they stand firmly on their feet and fear no chills or fever. Liberalism must prevail. , . V.' : r Fling out the flag, let the band play and thoughtful speakers fill the valleys of Utah with the echoes of Liberalism. Let the people stand shoulder to shoul-der with a unison which means strength and power and harmony and effective votes. The spirit of freedom and inde-pendence thrives well in this country of thrift and ever will with the Liberals. Remember that election day is not far distant and therefore citizens prepare for duty. Electric Light hall on West Temple street will be the scene tonight of the second rally of the Liberals this season. Don't fail to be there and take your friends and neighbors along to hear the speakers. The cause is worthy of your personal support in every way, and the man who is undecided as to how he shall act is blind to the advancement and upholding of the interests of this wonderful territory. Success follows where personal attention is earnest. Under supervision of Chairman Frank H. Dyer of the executive committee, elaborate preparations are going on at the Electrio Light hall for the grand rally tonight. Seats are being provided for an immense assemblage of ladies as well as gentlemen, and as the spacious auditorium will be consecrated to Amer-ican liberty this evening the attendance should be the largest ever gathered in Zion. The Salt Lake Power and Light company have put in thirty aro lights and the scene will be one of unrivaled effulgence. Speeches will be made to-night by Judge Goodwin, C. S. Varian, Major Bird, Walter Murphy and others. It should be remembered that the en-trance to the hall is on West Temple, between the governor's building and that occupied by the Utah commission. An artistic souvenir containing a roster of all who accompany the Liberal campaign train is being prepared by the Union Pacific railway for U3e and reference during the voyage. An effort is making to arrange with the Central Pacific railway for a mass A VIGOROUS PROTEST. A Citizen of the West Side Talks to the City Scavenger. Reading an article in the Tribune in-serted by a citizen and finding that it did not appear as it was intended, I conclude that the Tribune is too much a friend of the city mayor and scaven-ger for citizens to appeal to; so I there-fore appeal to The Times, asking its kind assistance in stating these facts: Tho city council has received several petitions from the west side citizens, aud has paid no attention to tbem. We have have asked for' the filling of ditches eight feet wide and, three to four feet deep, which are always full of water in the winter time, and are dan-gerous to the health of the people in the summer time. Last week several deaths occurred from typhoid fever and more than- a dozen people are: down with it at present within a radius'of two or three blocks, and several cases are added every day.' Privy tilth was dumped on Third South, between Eighth and Ninth West, last summer, and the party arrested and fined, and the scavenger received instruction to have it removed at once; it is laying there yet with a couple of- loads added to it. The stench is abominable. Now I accuse the mayor and 'scav-enger for gross nonattendance to their duties. This complaint is not idle talk, as the facts can show. I1 As the city council took no heed to our petitions and complaints, several of the property owners filled the ditches in front of their .houses i with old brick and gravel, ono property holder took occasion to fill with manure, and scrapings from brickyards, . among which may be found rotten meat, cab-bage, potatoes, etc., which I think very unlit for the purpose. Along Seventh West runs a deep ditch filled with mud, frog spawn and water, any one can smell it a block away. The same may bo said about a boarding house, located between Second, and Third South and between Sixth and Seventh' West, back of tho stone sawing mill. The tame ducks and pigs are holding a friendly jubilee among old meat bones and in green stinking water. There is plenty of work for a city scavenger, not to forget a certain class of peoples privys, but the scavenger seems to think this part of the city outside his domain, he would rather follow the electrio car up to Twelfth East or South. We all our taxes, and are perfectly willing, Eay is there anything to be done for us in return? Is it, to remain always thus? If so, a good many of us will be com-pelled to close our homes and move away. Citizen. . LOCAL BREVITIES AND PERSONALS See Baker, Second South, for shoes. Weber pianos, Coaltcr & Snelgrove's. Estcy organs, Coalter & Snelgrove's. Musical boxes, Coalter & Snelgrove's. Martin guitars, Coalter & Snelgrovo's. J. J. Young, of Pittsburg, is in the City. New England pianos at Coalter & Bnelgrove's. Washburn Mandolins at Coalter & Snelgrove's. C. B. Andrew and wife, of La Porte, thinks this is a nice city. Attention Liberal band. Tonight for parade at 7 o'clock sharp. Robert Russell, of New York, is stop-- f ping at the Walker house. Dr. J. K. W. Bracken, of Springville, Is spending a fow days here. W. E. Annin, of Washington, D. C, 'is looking around Salt Lake. W. W. Cowan, of Omaha, is a signa-ture on the Continental rogistt-r- . W. II. Harvey and wife, of Ogden, are greeting Salt Lake acquaintances. Call and see our 85 and $1.85 childs uit at E. M. Friedman & Co., 39 Main Street. J. P. Gardner, solo agent for the Knox hat, fall styles, just received; 114 V Main street. J. L. Osborne, of Park City, is at the Cullon. Ho has returned from a pleas-ure trip through the northwest. M. A. Devine, of Atlantio City, N. J., has for awhile exchanged the ocean's roar for tho bracing air of Salt Lake City. E. M. Friedman & Co., show a hand-some line of Men's Neckwear in their windows at 25c, 50c, 75c. and hotter qualities. A business meeting of tho Y.M.C.A. will be held in their rooms tonight at 8 o'clock. Matters of importance will be discussed. A company of commercial men have arranged to occupy the Lawronco building and use the apartments as sample rooms. A number of frionds of Sergeant Cantlon of the police force last evening 'presented the ollicor with a handsome gold badge with a diamond center. The sympathetic publio has contrib-uted $208,50 for tho benefit of the par-ents of the Gemple children who were were fatally burned last Saturday. A. Ballinger of Price. Emory county, and'Williau) T. Kay of Promontory, Box Elder county, were last week ap-pointed postmasters in the territory. Completed this week Handsome new two-store- y residence, modern con-veniences. Nb. 805 East Fourth South. Easy terms. Carroll S. Hardy, 31 and 82 Wasatch. George Clift is $3 in this morning since he stopped a runaway horse and buggy yesterday on Main street. Tho .vehicle contained a sewing machine ' agent's outfit. . Cafe Royal, the metropolitan resort of the city. Wine rooms reserved. Everything first class. Commercial avenue, leading off Commercial street or Slate road. , By tho breaking of an electrio light ' guy wiro post near tho Union Pacific depot yesterday, tho strain on the con-nections broke them and suspended travel for a time. ' Tho Union Saloon, No. 58 East Sec-ond South street, is now open. Bar stocked with the finest liquors, wines and cigars. Everything first-clas- Barnheart i& Stahl, proprietor. The concert to have been given here by Signor Campobello has been post-poned until after the election. The en-tertainment will occur about the mid-dle of November and notice will be given in due time. The fine weatner continues and the observer says it' may be with us for 6ome time yet. Tho temperature at 6 o'clock this morning was 48 degrees in Salt Lake. Last year there was no suow of aocouut prior to the 22d of December. At 8:10 o'clock on next Sunday morn -- ing the first through train from Salt Lake will run over the new Cache valley loop to Preston. Manager Res-segu-will bo in his private car "016' to inspect the line, and Mrs. Resseguie will accompany him. - OVER AMK-SNA- I A Feud Between Neighboring Farmers Leads to a Wind-u- p in the District Court. THE DEMAND FOB DAMAGES. Dragged Up for Contempt Summary of the Dull Day's Pio-- - ceedings. The district court opened this morn-ing with the case of Ephraim Johnson vs. Swen M. Lovendahl in the scales. Tho action is one In which the plaintiff seeks to collect damages in the Bum of $4000 for injuries which he claims to have sustained in an assault committed on him by Lovendahl on March 81 last. Both are big men. The defendant is quite gray, while Johnson is cut on the order of the Swede with hair that de-fies the dyes of time and exposure. Across the apex of the nasal protuber-ance is a heavy scar that betrays the fury of tho engagement from the ef-fects of which he claims to have never recovered. He says it was inflicted with the leaden butt of a blacksnake whip. This morning the defendant, who is a red-face- fipry denizen of the valley, was put on the stand. He de-nied the plaintiff's story and says John-son was undertaking to drag bim from the wagon when the horses started and. the latter was dragged under the wheels of the wagon. Judge Powers subjected him to a very severe and was going away back into the slumbering past when the court called a halt. Judge Powers Were you ever ar-rested? The witness Yes, jedgo; for wal-lapi- n' a follow when I was a young buck. - ' , Judge Powers You were also ar-rested and Convicted for wallaping the plaintiff. Overruled irrelevant. Judge Powers Were you not ar-rested for kicking John Morton nearly to death? Overruled as immaterial to this case no matter how many men with which he may have prior to or since wiped up the county road. Up fur Contempt. Autumnal repairs on water pipes and steam radiators have made the court room ring with pandemonium at times and this morning a tinnor who was beating a tattoo on a tin roof was ardor-e- d to desist.- - ; f . "Stop that noise, Mr. Bailiff," de-manded tho court, and the minion at once started for its source. , "The fellow won't stop," reported the bailiff a moment later. "Then bring him in for; contempt tho exigencies of litigation must be re-spected" and before Jack Robinson could be mouthed the lofty bailiff en-tered the swinging door with a fat, good natured little fellow, covered with soot aud avidly chewing a cud of tobac-co that found lodgings in the upper story as the court ordered him to stand up. "You may go this time" concluded the court "but remember you must do your work without making it a source of annoyance to your neighbors in fu-ture." And the little fat roan toddled with ticklish glee from the court room. O. F. Calmer & Bros, Removal. The paint, oil, window glass and show case stock has been removed to our commodious factory building, No. 80 Commercial avenue leading off from Commercial street. Our stock is large-ly increased and we invite our iormer patrons and the public to visit us at our new quarters. Prices cut down to bed-rock. Ask for Culmer's Enamel Ready Mixed Paint. f t Bargains. , Choice building lots on Brigham Street. : Choice building lots on East Bench. Splendjd warehouse properties. Good business property on leading Streets. Blocks' in leading additions. Choice acreage on Boulevard and South East. Large tracts for platting north and west. Investors will do well to examine my list, i ' (3. E. Waxtland, 209 Main St.