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- IHE SALT LAK TIMES. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER L 1890. S DEALERS I N"1 -- STAPLE AND FINE GROCERIES Fine Teas and Coffee, Fruits and Vegetables. 263 S. MAIN STREET, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. TELEPHONE NO, 274, Solo Agency For Dr. Jaegar's Sanitary woolen under wear of whieh we have a full line. Send for catalogue, Bast-Tehk- t Mercantile Co. Hatters and Furnishers. 14'J Main street. lOR BALK - NEW CCTTACK. FI V K I rooms aud bath Eight b'.rvksrrom Tem-ple, ti I'm. one-thir- cub. W. Ji. Hubbard, l.'O Mulu street. IVB SALE-L- OT IS"l'TAHH TitURN I ndlllton, near et S ili Rapid Transit. Small cash payment. No Interest. 0. I. SMITH, room TV, Cuimer lliook. KM SALE - A FEW CHOICE LOT IN I Prospect and llvtta Para subdivisions: Rapid Transit within the Item sixty dsys. Call al ouve aud catch them: tcrmeay. Froleeth A Co., 70 E. Second South street. I dirsALVvIixVMt'i.K tkpr intTnii or? II lit. primer divss, ViuKhlnlU hand press, excellent assortment of Job aud nc type, flood as new. Ualttmoreau jobber, mit Term away down. Addre W, It. U., Time other. . Special Notices 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 havethcir an-swers addressed care of The Times. Removed. W. E. Hubbard, real estate and in-surance, has removed his office from 121 Main to 150 Main. SALT LAKE MEAT CO. rrt. SlatUa, IttI, SmcM ttU aal Swuf Ham. Bacon U. Lard Car fa. (rat . 4 kT H .. CrICTt3 1 J Perfection In BoeU and Shoei JOHN WETZEL, rt'n. Uncle end "es mad. from the M mat "flea, perfsei to 01 aud enmforta! ki wr fell t I an nt or send for pra-- tut end tnivtlou l.r self measurement. K.pMrtnj done. i4 eoulh stele roeJ. ,B he. , rile.. Flic File,. Piles cured without pain or detention rom business. No charge until cure s effected. Consultation and examina-io- n froe. Refer to over one hundred vbo have been cured by roe in Salt Lake city within tho last two years. Fistula, fissure, stricture, ulceration and all other diseases of tho rectum treated successfully. Dk. Cuahlks Thompson, h Building. Two Star safety bicycles for sale cheap. Pembroke's, 18 Commercial st. Desky's second addition is improving faster than any other part of the city. Lots sold on monthly payments. No nterest. Charles' S.1)ksky & Co 32-3- h building. Secure a lot In Desky's second addi-tion on monthly payments. No inter-est. Charles S. Desky & Co. 82-3- Scott-Auerbac- building. rirTToATsW7iSTiEA I. K8TATK. I Kind mortiMiro: no cMv Harm & liar-rti- , room . I'tnli Nutu B ! Huil- - Milld!ti. 'IH) LHAN -- m.oi IO L,JA! ON HOI I hold , plains. ,!.: alo ou nlamonde and pern,,iial eoctmitet of all kimla. Loan A Truat Co., ' South M.tiu St , up etair. v Jlent. VVAeee.Sleel''' 'PO I.F.T A NKU'LY Pt'KNlSHED R(M. I 4b douth oin.u.l Cunt I1 ()" KKNT--- I Ft'HNISHKD ROOM, ll libiulie W W. tli eiuilh. It 1X1K 11F.NT-- A NtCKl.Y KfKNISHEU 1' front room; cull at 110 N. lat Kaet. 1"XK KKNT H'MNISHKO AM UNKl'R-- nlahfd Mlln at rT East Klflb. uth t. fUKNimrijrr RiiJma" with-itoA-Rn r at (Vn hoiittt Malu itreet. Hooma aiutjle or en suite. YXIRRKNT. Kl'RMlftMKD ROOM WITH II or without lemrd In a yleaatlt locaJlty, U17 Vet Hfth South etreet. M nvTRKNTSWV'MuiX'ilOUSK. KtKlMS 1 by the div, weok or month. Houee new, lu ut and clean. Term reaeonabla. No. alt W, Botith Temple, 1"'MSiTTr.NT-iTR- fit iiiu'BK, (Uhh bnlnea al-ready etatilhed; thirty pernianeut boarder. Apply to Itft Hottth Klret F.aet . t'KNIHHK.l) APARTMKNTft KOK UEN-J-tlemen- c'w- il, alrv. comfortable and en-trant. Kntiie reaeonable. Kiiinrw of Mr, Walton. Culmer blin k, Walt l.Uel!1ty. iUritc- - Mn'PLUM HKKir"TEOAT NO. 4 Cy W. Second South etrm t. ANTFI) A OlRlTrclR HOt'SKWOUlvi M good waged, imiulre at the Tunes otllce. YANTpl TO KKNT-- A Fl V r7OU HI X tt room furnished bouso. Address C.W.S., Times oflloe. VTAATrT) HOKROW SF.Cf KK1 ON Inside proveriy. S. V. SPK.Ntua, upstairs, S. Main St. YVANTEn-HOO- M MATK. (I(HII) K(V)M t and location; modcrute prk?e. Address Room Tunes oaico. A VANTED-LADY'BO- OU K KFTFIt AND t tvpi- WTiter. Must und rslaud doubt entry. 'AJ,lress 11.. P. O. llox lld. AVANTElWAIBT ANlTsKlltT HANUS, also upprentb t, ulrls to learu diese mak lunr at No. lOU West Tainplo strwt. W ' AVANTKI-- A OTRL FOR (1F.N1IKAL. bousun-nr- at No. M Sixth Kast streot, between Hrlhatn and Flrnt ,ij'Ke TirjEnTKT:lsTcLTsFMlf.i.wRioiiTS tireat Wcst.-- Mauitfai tuniu? com-pany; Impure at room !, Valley lloiisa cot- - faxe. ATANTF.n-GF.NTLF.M- AN WANTS ROOM W and board In prlvatu family, no other boarders, between Tlilrd Fat and Main. S, thie oftlco. Terms mid location. TnEmnroitTRTcoBrm, Whtlrl rrltir Urarral lil"U XfrrbMfak tola Weetern A(nta fwr the Heasoaaad IMt fApnna Creamer) Hatter I Weel tu tm ,( Teiepin-a- ft, l. akaaSIL MiaiKk aou I' ark City. L taA. GrO to Natatoki u3I Fr TRITATE 1141 H r fLlRU'S W. F. Sholton, No. 251 Main street (upstairs), general contraotor and li-censed drain layer. Sewerage, paving cement work and all kinds of contract work. Those desiring sewer connec-tions will lind it to their advantage to call on me. Estimates upon work furnished. - GJSkJJV Real Estate Exchange Si Commercial StrtaL MONEYTO LOAN On Good Real Estate BocurUy. F. REHRMAN & CO. Largest Swmii Fool in knokt Fulton Market! T. J. PREECE. Prop. Prim Roe', Mn'.'on. Veal. Fe'k, Bacot lim, Sausage, Lr4, 14 W. Srd It, Use KM We tttt NM .. '... .. L. --J Go to Morrison, Merrill & Co. for lumber, building paper, cement, sash, doors and blinds, No 243 North Third west. Telephone 501. Waut-ct- . All kinds of secoud-han- household goods at Etchison & Webbers. 157 S. First East street. D. Hirsrliler Co. Depot Summit Vinyard Grape Co. California. 213 Main, next to postoflice, Wanted $")000 worth of hontehold goods. Barnes & Co., 130 W. 2 So. Get Morrison, Merrill & Co.'s prices on white cement, Tolephono 501. (ftcnrral (trnrt. Ut K :iTNTATtEN KHAL AUENCY, tvt West Keeund South street. Halt take, Utah Territory. We are the larueet lalairooia-i.an-on tho Pa-- inocoa.it. We cheerfully an-swer all oo'ienpondeBee rcitardlnir Weetern labor market; are the authorised labor for all railroad companies In Hits eactlon, and will cheerfully answer all correspondence In our line, tleneral agents for eastern tiatente. We ure the lai gut siteuey on the Pavlflo coast. Healtle office. ii Front street. Taeoma office. iai, paciite erentie. l.os Aua-ele-s omve. flouib Hprlng street Unite City omne. Morrison block. Heaver oftlr a, tie bevenletmlh street. Call or write. ATANTE!)-PrRCHAS- i;R WITH '0 FOR a business worth a year. Adapted to lady or neutleman. No. 3 West Hrst South street down stalls. AVANTKO-fvrUOEN- TS IN IK)UltK KM-I- I try bookkoeplnK, tnuitnt by actual prac-tice on regular books. Pay or evening. Harry It. Hrotvue, expert accountant, Ufd Mam street. AT ANTF.DPA RTNEK ; I.1VK IIU81NKH3 t man with tiio to cntdtal to o in with a man of experience to start a wholesale balilui; business. InvealiKate this. Adilrees A. liaiter, city. 4 vr A STY. iTT KN CHI FIFTEEN MEN AT flah time and lenient company a nuanv. north ot Warm Spring, ateadv at W to fcf.85 per day. Office 48 V est I'lrKt South. - aVanteoiiiiom and hoard m a private family within four blocks of the TiMKSofflce by a (rentleman, wife and eleyen-year-ol-daii( bter. Aildress with terms r. T. C this oflloe. LODtilNM AND ROOMS FOR BOAUD. the university. Parsons h:tv-ln- u such will please send name and address to Atiirust A. Nordvall, Custodian ut the unlvar-Hlt-of Deseret. sirANTEH AT ONCE - PINING-ROO-VV girls, woman cooUx. chambermaids, dish ' washers, nurse ulrls, laundresses, and lrls for treneral housework. Hiuheet waxes paid and best places, at Mrs. MeE'.r!' employment ottlce. BV West First South street. Scat. OOTa"kNIOHT TEMPLAR S CHARM. j with name Mathew Riodeaon rltn. Finder pleas') leave with Capt Paul at City hall and be rewarded. Y MOHNINU, KEY I j rln with four keys, corkscreiv, ainall pair scissors and button hook. Reward if lelt at twlegraph office, F (CarhattflC. 1 cattle In Kid order, wtth or without a Winter aurt Summer ranch, with uood water and ranxe. In Colorado, to exchne 'or if. Kid BM LaKe property. J. H. Wa rm, Wesirind hi.. South. SPECIAL OFFER. J. F. Jack, 5 fsouth Main Street 105x165 feet, corner Second and M street, facing south and east; close to electric cars; easy payments; $8500. 57xll5f feet, facing east on Eighth East, just south of Fifth South; tine shade; $3000. 41tx330 feet on Seventh East, between First and Second South; line shade, orchard, etc.; $5000. 4(.ljxl05 feet, with good house, barn, city water, shade, fruit, etc.; easy payments; $5000. 10 acres south of city, $0000. J. F. Jack, 235 Main street. Salt Lake City, Utah. F Auerbach & Bro. 144, 140 & 148 Main Street EXTENSIVE ADDITIQNSI To our Store necessitates the removal of the "West Wall" and may compel u to close our store for some timo during August. To avoid carying over any Summer Goods we announce a "CLEARANCE SALE!" Every article we offer is sure to ro if prllinr desirable goodJ at cost or below cost will make them go. OTJTZ MOTTO: HP "Ntm to carry good Inl" nxt nnwn If redaction. will rtltw ! them this eeason; h vi'4 li thmw.nd nf dollar aud gWe. uttbe) lending po.itl.m Id thi Dry 1,U lrd; tf U miiU w ln! iflj not improvn willi g. thwrefur, w fjwt U Ummn yras ever known in this city." o o o o o o o o 6 o , , octeticB. UtTT1aPTKltNO. I, R. A M Slated held on the first Wedneeday tu each month, at Masouto hall, at S p. m companion are oordially Inrlted to tend JAfOIl J. ORFENKWALD, M, K. H.P. Pit mm Hitiuu. Secretary. ' "masons TASATiril liTiwuETSo. I, a. r. A. M 11 KeKUlar romtuuulcatliiu held at the Ma-sonic Hall the second Friday of each month. Members of sister Ix1ks and aojournlna brethren In good lauding are cordially Invited to attend. ADOl.PU ANUUltSON, W. M. J. Ma lsh. Secretary. Mt. MoiifAH ''unioiT:no. s. a. p. a. m Reirularonmmunlcatlon held at Masonic ball, Kast Temple street, the second Moudsy of a h month. Merubera of latjir lodge and sojourning brethren In good standing are cor-dially Invited to attend. JOHN n. PARfW, W. M. , ClllilsTol'HXH 1)1111. HecreUry. COMMANDERY. NO. I, KNK1MTS UTAH Stated conclaves held at Ma-sonic hall, on the first Thursday of each raoutk. at 7 o'clock. Visiting Kiilghta are courteously invited b) attend. A. M. GRANT, E. a Phimp Han.os. Kenorder. T ltOENTA LfHior.; NO ' tTAT prA A. M. i Stated commuulratlons held at Maaonis ball the flrt.t Tuesday In each mouth. Metuhor of sister 'odge aud sojourning brethren 10 good standing are cordially Invited to attend . V VAIUAN, W. M. M. 0. PniLMPi. Secretary. A Choice Selection of Fall Suit. Martin Schmidt has just received his first installment of Kali and Winter Suitings direct from Loudon. Progress building, rooms 200, 201, 202 and 203. Choice butter, fresh fruits and vege-tables arriving daily at C. B. Durst's, 72 and 74 . Second South. We Guarantee.' Cheaper railroad tickets to all points than any other responsible ticket broker in Salt Lake City. Call and seo J. K. Gillespie, 240 S. Main St., 1 door north Walker house. One ear of folding beds and four of assorted furniture, new styles. Please call. Barrett Bros. Gentlemen wishingcltan and spotless linen should patronize the celebrated Tuoy Steam Laundry, Hawe placed 142 Main street. in line large assortment of fall neckwear. Bast-Tekk- y Mercantile Co. Hatters and Furnishers. 142 Main street. Choice butter every day, at C. B. Durst's, 73 and 74 East Second South. TKMPLK OK HONOrt NtTICE. nifirWKHrMtiVAyirt'Ull.. NO. I, I T. of H. and T. meet at Temple of Honor ball, over Deseret hank building, every second and fourth Tuesday of each month at S p. III. Visiting companions formally invited. Wai.tkk MMlTltCSf. C ofO. J ob re M Mima, K. of O. " KNIOHTS OP PYTHIAS, A I A I TiTrTToiTr J E NO 6. K flP P. Reg- - C' ular Conventions every Monday evening at p. m., In Castle Hall. Elks Club Hall. So-journing Knight cordially Invited i attend. rj. w. corEAuo.a W. M. Rmi.BT. K. of H. AH. ocKYobALNTono no. , k or P. Meets every Thurday evening at t .SB o'clock. In Castle Hall, lks i lub Hsli. Mem-ber of tho urder are cordially Invited to at tiid. F. Ht.HMMAN.tt a A. Wturt, K". of R. A H. MYHTLK f)IK)K NO. I. kToF P. Reirtilar every Tuesday evening at a:io o'clock. In Flk f lub Hall. Hojuunuag liuighU cordially Invited u sibnd J, H. MILLER, 0. tt J. U l.vr.At. K. of R. A S. 76'l'kt pitTi)K'(Vri?Tir.'N'(). iw."i'i3 on the first and third Wednesday of each month, at Emporium Hall. Visiting Hndhsr trade welcmw. I.EO. W. AKMMOK.O. M. C. H. KPnt;lB, HJT, P. O. H., rKnVs'or'AMERICAr 1"TXfRlOTico7aT?iT15'iN irfAMTiTnTAT V O S of A., meeu every t rlday evening, at 1 JO. In Temple of Honor mil. cor, Main and let H utti Ms. Sojourning Vn are cordially Inlte4 to attend. W'M OLABMAN Preetdent A. 8. BAKIirrr. Recording Secretary. Miller's unexcelled New York Silk and Derby hats will arrive tomorrow. Ba9T-Te?:h- y Mercantile Co. Hatters and Furnishers. 142 Main street. Bargain. Two good houses on Fourth East can be bought at a very low figure if taken at once? W. L. Webb, 263 Main St. i Veronal. YTmLAfTioTpHTA K-- I ColWn Hardware TXcTNIcTlffLSrDFNTlST. OFFICE C)P-- j' . poslte Walker houae. uickTiealTmsoline STOVES AT E. C. Coffin Hardware Co. A tTrll TIO M oTT N T AIN IC E CREAM i'REF.Z- - V era. E. C. Colbn Hardwatello llRiVATE UOARD M PER WEEK. S1NO-- er building, upstairs- - J. H. Ryan. TTUPERIOR COKE"sTOVKH AND RA NOES, r i hoap at E. C. Cofiln jj" 1EIIR(iNAL-- U. H1KSCHLKK 4 CO., HUM-- 1 nut Vinyard wines aropure atl!UMulnnnt to postofs.ee. .. rpEUTONIC HALL NO. W EAST SECOND 1 Seulh. Is the coolest placs In town, and keep the best of beer and everything. TTs'fRICU HMJMKH CLKANSEO. col,-- I ored and curled eiiual to new at New ork Millinery Parlor.ju West Third Southstreet. ! EM WATER fTlTEHS. EVEHYTaM-- lly using hydrant wator should have them. They are cheap, easily attached and effective. E. O. Coffin Hardware kautTfuTTiold filun;s a.t,..i1,k; Hodge dental parlor, HI South street, four door east of Dinwoodey furniture stor TlVsoNAL-Af'AI)EM- IO INSTRCCT10N J In four courses. F.nifIIh,Secnt:fli Cubical and Manual Training, at Kait Lake Acailemy. Apply to E. Banner, principal, M East Third South. i7ersonal-u- r. C. UNGER WX)M 1 ST. 1 Elmo Hotel, urgoon reclallst In lallea slcknes of all kinds. Liver aud kidney com-plaint, catarrh, all chronlo disease. In prao- - tlo for year. Vf MILLER. SEFRFSS. 31 hold circles Tueaoav and Thursday even-ings at a o'clock Admission if, cents. e slttlnKS dally from lu to IV. and from to b p. m., at M E. 8w:oi)d South trKt, room i. T 1 EH L R F. t i l I TO N" Li E N T ISTS E X i trsct teeth without Jialn. Artlfl'dal V toll .' per act. Oold fillings from li up: gold allov .'JV; eilvrs: or amalgam, el. All work guaranteed. o!"n Sunday momlnga. I v.ms 111, irk W. Vfci HfrtJtb HI RR VEU-TKf- TH TELLS A NO CROWDS A come. Mrs. DB. A. U. Howg of New York, late of San Kran'-teco- . She Is the only real natural trancj. medium tn the world: lrn with wonderful prophetic gift of second aUht: th! she will pr ve. Every blddu mystery re-vealed; tils y nr ent;re Ills while in a oesd tmr.ee- gives your na;e In full, and aiao yoor future husband ami "': In bus.ues,. Inw-sui- t. mHrnaes. divo.-i-e death-- , and unlt;ng the separated has no Ual. Mrs. nr. Howe wisht sil dit:t"tly understood that she adver-tise notalng but what, sue can d", and w.eild not te ciaed with the many cheap pretecOer found In every city. All In trouble, or who hare been deceived by fl- preiliction-o- f otbrs should cail ami oe iiu.'ii) challenge to any medium who an encei her. Slhi South Wet Temple Street. EST Silks I L'moml Etc., tc f i&Z BlaekGro. Grain Silk at Mo- worth Mr 1 70o, 9.V I lot Prl-Ue- Quill al wf- - H " 7ftn, " II 10 wortfc a.Vt. Colored Silk at 7 Vi.tWIct. andll lOarelhf 1 lot KmbroUWeJ tre P blggeat hnrgnlns offerml lhl wmcii. terne at II and II tin oiwt. A line of Hummer Kllk iitilly at t ll Boy' low cut Shoe HIU wurxh 60. AO and 7IK;., mrkl down to 8.V. M- 20 piec ol Black Bunting at be., w.rth 1 lot Men low eut Mm felw 5 to Taj o'fK, at IS. ( Tho fftMnl wcrej told at Id Zephyr Olngbtrni al lfl.20 and I t.aille t Uih Too KiJ Button mc. wortliSO, ?g.iidk!. hhw-eatl-l W. worth J 30. 1 lot plain dark Organdie, at SJe worth I lot MlW n. t hlMr-- a aoth Ty ,J()f Kid Button hhor at II 31 4 .4 I Jot flgtjrodLlnnLawoatlO , worth worth 12 and M. All of our hil.lren . Missn'an.f LavlU t lot i)re Linito. at 2o. Tn ( o!ore;l hlH-- e t4m .i t . " India " 14 yds for II, 13 yds L'li. ' and t luinrKn Straw tut for II gn.l 10 yds for If. 1. W. W nd 7ic. lTUi ar. al Teiinii Hanneis at 10o., worth 13c., and half rk. 12,c, worth a:. Etr fine bilk (stripe Tennis Flannels Ladie$' Outing Cloth Blou$ttfg2 I Let at 6oc., worth - li.oo ! Lot at f i, worth - 11.75 Children's Gingham Dresses. Aes 2 to io, at HALF PRICE I BT Boy 1 Clothing Department "f Oil!'lrn' Outing Cloth SuiU In two Cotton! Suit- - al O.. wort rk'ra CHoVkIh fihlru .1 j4LKIU ul at U 00. wH ll I anJW-- worth H.W. UK., worth II 0) ONE PRICE TO ALL -:- - ESTABLISHED 18G4. WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD. F. AUERBACH & BRO. Lumber and Cement. The best assortment of lumber, build-ing material and brands of Knglish and American cements constantly on band at A Kevser's, corner Second South and Third West streets. Prompt Call and see my new line of Spring Suiting worsted pantaloonings, etc. W. A. Taylor, 45 E. Second South. Get a home in Desky's second aam-tio- Bpid transit, monthly payments, no interest. Money toloTd iu ums to suit by S. F Spencer, 207 South Mam street. Just Received. Large shipments of fall Derby's in all colors. Bast-Terr- t Mercantile Co. Hatters and I urnisbers. . - Desky's second addition will have rapid transit within sixty davs. Lots sold on monthly payments. No inter-est. i l Don't forget that we have removed t 57 East Second South street. A. J- - White. Real Estate Co. WOHRIMO MEN'S SOCIKTI-- H. Time and Place of leetle. Operative Plasterers' ft.lofi Every nluut room , txioU. Auarbacb buluilog, Main "'prewer t.'nlon Sem4 an.1 fourth Tise-dar-s every month, room h, bullrttiiK. Main street, Palmer and Decorator Vnlon-Seco- nd and fourth Friday every roobi rooia as. Bcott-ai- i. rt k buildtii;. Wain etrwt. Tuers' flilon-Fi-rst and IMrd Safirdsv every month, room , Scott- - Auerbai h hulU-ii- . Main street. friirarmakers' Ctllon-Fi- rst and thtrd Thurs-day, everv iwr,tn. room A bulldln Main street. Barters' f'ni'v-Thl-rd Motiday of every nK.ntb at aome barterr eoop prvbu!jr : " folo- o- Flret Sunday of every month al A. u. U. w. had. pressmen atel ster,tyTra I toonFirst Monday every uumih at sowejil': prevlou! deeiirfiated. ne-o- l- and Join V t'nlon Every Wedwsday eeeum" at 'leinple of Hotmjt M'slcarrwr. Lirers :ul Teamster Lnlon Horses l or Sale Cheap. Two mares with mule colts. Two saddle horses. Two horses broken to harness. APPVAREEN MERCANHLE CO., ' 10 East Second South. $500 EEWARD. 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. Young, City Marshal. Salt Lake Cm', Aug. i 4, 1 890. J. F. Marks, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER- - irteilau, Salt or Gu Well Drilled. it? ft "v T'm FropcU fortl sad XlnertU. lak'City. Deep Weill a SpeciItj. YEW AND TAST-TV- L KOCH A NO FIVE i room co.tair. Price iXO K t 0. V,-- . ViaTt. S78 . Third Fast. VR SALE CHEAP-O- NE HCNOKED JT colonies of e, and fiiture. Alt'lr Seventh West nd sufflii. streets. TsOK ANL-- TWO r lizht wagons, stuum for delivery waon. Call at tn Y.M Fifth South street. ACRES. HOOK AN 5 r barn etc Fifteen '! tsouth of city. pl crs. W. E. Mubbara, UO Maui street. ,...,, r,0 arel furta Mooaays a.a monia la Uie Temple on ..,.... Tailor' Loo-o- b Sunday kivn"cntter L'nlno Btrmi and f'ntrtk Moiirtar of nvtitti at A. O. t. W. hU- - Hrtck and r!ueTnm' Cm Every ajter-na- t Frblay at the K-- of P. hall. The F.- - rated Tradee axd Labor Counell-Eve- ry seend and foun.i Sunlsr 4 ink rail, room . ck tm--din Main '"ETirotive Hnard of the Fel"rtd Trvle Ccudl-v- 7 Satttrday rrxrtn. Seotl-Att- Ucs buiIdliuc Main sueel. Patronize a home iT for your bouses of Salt Lake Mantel Manufacturing Company. 38 East Second South street. . show Desky's second r0 trouble to addition Call at 83-3- 3 Scott-Auerbac- h builiiinar. f PARK CITY NEWS. Park City, Sept. 2.-S- pecial large delegation of far-kite- were down to Ogden and Salt Luke yesterday. Some of the miners celebrated their long lay off" day last eveuing. They succeeded in breaking the monotony of a quiet weok. Colorado people are beginning to cast their eyes on Talk City. There ha been noticed, for the past weok. a great many people from that section of the country looking around ami examinim properties that have escaped the notic of others. Mayor Gregor, Mr. Rice, Ed. Kimba! and Alfred Reese were passengers n Salt Lake yesterday. Mrs. A. C. Reese spent yesterday in the metropolis with relatives. Among the sight seers in Park City yesterday were S. E. Baker, E. 15. Cur-tis, A. C. Black, Enoch Sliojfl'ner, F. N. Garduer, C. F. Hear, F. T. Krause, of Salt Lake. E. It. Holdeo, W. S. Morse, J. K. Hall. E. B. Kelley and W. 0. Stanley, of Denver. H. H. Good. San Francisco, and C. 0. Veness of Chicago. Barry Rico has resigned his position with C. Huschman. Ore shipments todav: Crescent, 33.600 pounds; Ontario, 83,000 pounds; Anchor, 268,300 pounds. SOTirK To District Court, Tktr.t Judicial iu-tru- t; AnpUrikUoa of Diidler llallend Smllh tar ohalu- - ot iieni. rovH rrTiTtosr.R r.!PECTrn.tY ho lo U oitun kit reeemie M hrm l (.win (i.r detrmii e rhMig t neme, wi. Inl o (bU(te it from Imlljr H.ilUed IMoim hi Dudley liniitnd. m r ht trt: lhl oheiwe i M Mlxem: nrl-llvi- m Bild- - hb (by Iheneme oi Hollamti whole poeMneed of ooneldereble urnpry, end who iehw me to do erv (iremd- - II Udeelrwd by my tno'her Third -- Mv toUemuuirt of h e family br k perM "f more tluu even yr, thouh In food hella end emply hl eo to dv Kourto Ifcimueo there II ! rtdleiilouely litriiiiimler of people named Smith In aimoet vrry tu UnowuBiry. My nioihere Heme ! Mm. W. D, Hmitk, pie. of rlde, kelttitourf. tile. My oo lie le Iwen'r lhree yeere. end m reeidln In hell l.he I'leh. tl'dlakd I" mj mother TKUmTOMVOriTAM l. CI if STY OK RALT LAKK. ( liuilley If.lleiul hmllti Miii flnldnly ewern on hie olh ev. t em 'be prilibi-- r In the foreign iielltion, I he carefully reed l,l Million ud know IliecmteiiU lherKit and the lain- -l t- Dt'nt iir iioi.iahp uim. andevurn to before lue thie nd dyo(Au-U...A- . Q Mi.MUJt, fIl 'berk Kn,lerel-No.- Mi Tula wnrt. Appiuaibm ot Ptidiey Holland Smith r rhanire .it nam. Klled Auguel , l!U Huxiit U. M. MljB J' Tr rntlTOKY or I'TAII I COUNTY OK 1A!.K LAKH, i;' I Henry O. McUillaa, Clerk of the Third Ju-dicial U alrtrt court of I'uk Terrlt.iry do hernbr corllfy thai the fnretilnf la a Mil. true andiWrect iHpy of tha or.ntual peiiibia for rhne of iiaii. rlle,l Aul il. I "in, In the Uon ihamiii "untied filed tn my mne Wltueae nr hand and the e--al of eald court el Halt lain I'tty, title Aid day tei!ALl of AiitJ'i.i. A U l" IIrnht (t, Mi'Miu.Ak, Clark. Py (eo. P. Louiula, tieputf Clerk. 11 Mfi CHANGE. BsaI jiikes it Extremely Interesting for' Barnes and Malad Consolidated D THEN HUNTS HIS HOLE. jig Tunnel for Bingham-T- he Strike in tie Sunshine General Min-ing News. ewYork, Sept. 2. Silver quota-3.Sl.18- ft lead, $4.67j. A HIe Tunnel. . )ne of the most formidable projects t have been incepted in mining cir-- s during the present season i3 that of Imnel which looks forward to the ration of the mines at Bingham and ;ch will add materially to their The tunnel is a ,t enterprise and will reflect tho con-ne- e of several mine owners in the manency and productiveness of the ion. It will break ground on the ,h claim and from that point will rce the main contact after which di-cing drifts will connect most of the .itions. For some time the district sustained expensive annoyance m water and the tunnel .has been ided on as tho cheapest and most jDomical system of drainage. To all that has been contemplated tunnel will penetrate the hill for a tance of 2300 feet. It is the enter-s- e of this magnitude that reveals the ure of Bingham and which will ntually rank it among the most pro-ctiv-e camps in the territory. A New Strike. sack of ore from the Badger mine liingham and assays that have been rived from it is ample testimony of : enduring resources of that district, lich is now one of the most active in west. A shaft was put down on the opertyto a depth of 200 feet. At it level the vein - was iped, tho breast ghowinjr three it between walls through which running a six-inc- h streak of ore that very high grade. Futnre develop-int- s will tie prosecuted on a very scale. The Sunshine. Keceut advices and mill returns from s claim which is located at American Irk confirm all that was said with lerence to the ore body that was dis-ked in the tunnel and considerable e is being placed on the dump for lure shipment. The owners, Messrs, raninns and Hunter, are very exultant or the outlook and believe their have added another bonanza the Utah catalogue. Unloading the Dumps, A prominent smelter man is author-- ' for the statement that the n silver and lead has enabled my of the miners to profitably handle natter that was originally discarded jjangue, and which now represents ore of the value of about S3LT a ton. ir many years these dumps have been cumulating until at present it is to make an approximate the amount of ore on hand that is dy for the furnace. A reasonable ' of transportation will clean up Mh of this material and add largely the output of the season. Mining Stock Exchange, The day on 'change was one of ex-uding sluggishness, the total sales 3 confining themselves to less than W shares. There was but little trad-- g until Barnes' Sulphur was called, tan the bear who had been quietly itching from an eminence swooped wn with four-foote- d violence and feed it to three cents below the open-- 8 'igure. Congo went in stiff at 13 cents id ran the gauntlet at that figure, 250 ares changing hands. The list then r'k another dull period and four fcks were passed without a sale. ad Consolidated was hualiy reached i'wi the bear again exhibited his olaws d rushed it from 9 to 1 cent, 3000 ares be.ing excaanged in the oall. 'ah oil, to which considerable atten-- n has been recently given, struggled "d on the outside" for a vitalizing aught but failed to catch it, and re-'e- d at the figuro at whicii it closed isterday The report that gas had n struck seemed to exert no percep-"- e effect. The subjoined table will the transactions and fluctuations 'fngthe call: TODAY'S GLOBING QUOTATIONS! 2. s a : r f : S 2 60 " I 2(15 I8 60 t 2 65 or 6rjo 6 00 Ti7 7 n n "I?? Sulphur 09 09 06 07 "Eureka.... 28 00 28 00 fey.-- - i?4 Hx 22 85 22 25 22 00 22 25 5Ecoe 130 ... 130 " Silver.... 8 25 "gar, 8 25 "adCon,.... 09 a 01 03 400 400 400 400 'soo ' . 45 00 Z" 45 00 ih i f; "8 w ' 's65 "i'oo "8 00 " Oil Co 31 3t jgaside X) 30 BALKS. I? 500 Shares 200 " .17 smhur.:.;.::".::::::6ioo w W 20U0 l AUCTION I AUCTION I On Thursday and Friday, September 4th and Sth, The best salo of elegant furniture ever in the city. Sale at No. 224 West First South street. Commence at 10 a. ra each day. Sixteen rooms, comprising 5 bedroom sets, springs and mattresses; line parlor set, cost $225; line parlor cabinet case, cost $85; one wicker set; writing-des- k and book-case- ; one settee; two lounges; plated top center-tabl- e aud other center-table- s; two fine hall hat racks; three line mirrors, ono cost $125; large oil paintings and steel en-gravings; lot of genuine bronzo and alabaster vases and bric-a-bra- Che-nille silk and lace drapery and poles; two sideboards; elegant dining tables and 18 chairs; gas chandeliers; clieff-onier- s and child's cribs; velvet, moquet and body brussels carpets; stair carpet and rods; blankets, pillows and other bedding; toilet sets; silk and plush, table covers; Domestic sewing ma-chine; lot of brackets; lot of easy chairs some cost $60 each; floor mats; lot of fine linoleum; cupboard, china, glass and silverware; kitchen tables, chairs and utensils without end; tine screens; cooking range and cook stove; 3 base burnerstoves; washing machine, wringer and tubs; lawn mower and garden hose and tools; door aud win-dow screens and a thousand other ar-ticles of value. Come and see for your-selve- s Andrews & Reinsimar, Auctioneers. Or Interest to Turfmen. Turfmen and horse owners generally will be gratified to learn that Messrs. John Singer and Nicholas Nass have pooled their skill and experience in the art of blacksmithing and that hereafter their forge and kit will be open to the public at 174 West First South, a loca-tion that was formally occupied by James O. Faust. The popular patron- - age of these gentlemen in the past is all the commendation required to keop them in the first rank of their craft. For years they have mado a study of the business, nor is there a point about the hoof with which they have not made themselves familiar. The shoe that i9 handled by them is homemade and horsemen will do well to enquire into the superior class of work that is turned out by them. Connected with tho shop is a carriage department where all classes of repairing and man-ufacture is promptly an.d sk'' " done. Messrs. Singer & Kass have de-termined to supply the city with a thoi-oughl- v metropolitan institution and to that end will leave no detail out of their plant. Visiting turf men will do well to consult these gentlemen before ex-perimenting elsewhere. Union Facifle System. Mountain Division. On and after Sept. 1, 1890, Garfield Beaoh trains will run as follows: Saffi Said Garfield stlXke 11:30am S:45pm 8:80pm "0pm 215pm 2:55 pm 4:55 pm 245 8:30 pm 5:10pm 5pn Sm 5 65pm 7:45pm 8 30pm 40 .5pm t730 p m f9:00p m P m Mondays and Tuesdays excepted. Daily, except Sunday. Tickets for sale at Wasatch building Main and Second Soutb sts and corner Fare for the round trip .50 cts. at depot. d. P- - S. W. ECCLES, t several weeks vacation, Mrs M. After dress maker at Stewart the popular ffffl Wert Temple street has reopened w dres where be pleafed to meet all her old patrons andas many new ones as choose to cail. A meeting of the Call Firemen will oeld in the City hall council cham-- r Thursday evening Sept. 4th, at 8 'lock, sharp. Important business. ordr of Chief Stsen- - .