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I I 1 J- - SALT LAKE TIMES. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER C. 1S90. 5 - Jl "fcllJ iff5 l3!!! E5ft!S2i!?rP crrscjt. r stszs g?grpaaag isr-p-a ssrraa bkoi mttkksbcti otrra tv-j-- a - - DEALERS IN- - ' "-- 1 -- STAPLE AND FINE CI ROCERTES Fine Teas and Coffee, Fruits and Vegetables. I 263 S. MAIN STREET- .- SALT LAKE CITY, ' UTAH. - TELEPHONE NO. 274. 1,Vl'M-- lU'N'.'d in Kr.iS. On'M.K A i. . t siK.il. .; t! I ot'l- r " ' I made witiv.tr.a. r". W. AKHMMl, C a I i n . s y , i' v imv Sons OK a U illi'A. 1"aVk1i Vf U Vui'lM. h'"V AM (Hi' V ; n it . I ..ni:1 X. l U "(A nievtaotcry i'rUKr n uu at T ' in of Motor Hil. .r. NUid .!-- .1 eut: . (.) tin. inn S-- ar cordially Hinted k IIHUil. H Ill.ASM V. rrMtdrtil. A S. IHmirrr Kevoi'diua- Svrtvry !Clifrtnker' Vutonr!rl am! tMrl TVi. riu s'.tAUfri4..& Ibt;ti.I'nr Mm'rw.t. in n I'!lr4 M .u.lr f erwy wUt!r !p prriHim du4-- i bated Bii"'j'rba,Trk. :uclCrutit- " -f ir rtuoday " ttj :: B I f " ' Tt"r' Vf.t.Ot Fil-'-t M..u.'ay af'ry Uih.i& i .iuekt.'V prt.M.ly ti. . 1. .r i. i and T nl.io ETucy W mlnwtr vH.lM IVuH'l" nt lb.-T- . nu,t""a TU..n' l W.io--in Safe! In A. U V. W, nuitr I'nion-HMi- ol fu W".i.r i ( "J'al A I. W iiri.-- "J st.'U'u: I tv Crj itr ni r.'.r tin' k P k;i. k.il. r m . iti Awin tuuuo Mia i . r.un.,il--fcr- T si:in!iT roooi . oul Aur 1 I'.'t.n lir.i r In 1 "':"." NlV ni 'i.S, lU'.NTIST. . o7' I imit Wkiki'i' h '.un. i ri(MC MKAl, 8T.U K.4 AT V; v v ('. rnn HantWAtv l. Mii:NTAlN U Ki'UCAM KKKh. UMIITi; I .. V. tViillu liaiOw wi . IJRIVATK i:iA!tl U 1'KR Wl KK." MXH- - I t'i:.M .if. J. II. Kvall. iji'l'KlUK l'. K' ST ' ! 'H AMI KANlif.S. . i'hiu( ', t'o.f! i:ir.l .11 I'o. 1;SiXf."l). IHHs HLK-- AIM. li.on .iivimiv ! i'l.t Mulu HfU MtlliKlNUMfcX'H aiHUIIU TlmM antl rixwa of MmIIh. OjTllv riutarvm' I'ul.ia r.' Hnnl? niklit, rvkuu s l AurtwA UuuXid. Mia tHHt. Hri'Wi.ni' I'nl.'ii Svind nJ fourth Tu rirT month, ru.nu v otl Auor; tiiil.tint! W on ir.t rliit.'rn h,l l.rt"r' t'nl.m .uul "4 fnunti Kn.Uv r iii.Miih. lm swtt-Avi.ti-tMiUiliitit VUm fl. Tliiii-- I'ui.m Mi thlrtl tnrtA .t.tt m..ii!i. nra s Auti bauJ-inc- . Willi tlrwl. Lninbrr Ami mnt. The best assortment of lumber, build-ing material and brands of Knglish and American cements constantly on hand at A. Kevser's, corner Second South and Third West streets. Prompt de-livery. 'piT'iTN!0 tlAUlTNt). KAST Rr.vxt 1 s. mh. Is Ui.'im;i'H vl irrt l' town, tmd Ilii- - Ix'Hi nt I'DiT in viervthliu. O" STIiiotl""I'U'Mr'.S Ct.KvSSHi,' t'I't,-uri'i- l mill to new nt Now VorK Millinery I'urlor. .'ii Vt i t 'l ltu J .South itrnu ri KM WATKtt Klt.TKKS KVKKV FaM. VI ily tiBinf hyilr'iit Mr nhoulil liv thorn. Tliov ;iro rhino, ivo. tv iiiihi-Iivi- unit . ffiilvi. K. O t'omii Hiinlw.ini ('.. IJKAUI'IU'L. UDI.ll KU.l.lM. Sl AT lot I) liotUon ilenial .:ilor, ai Wont Knsi Minth htr.'et. four ilnom nt of. 1'liiwmnli )' furnltni'ii mom. )Klf rti )N A i- T- At "A I 'KM ItMXSTK I'lrTH M I lllfiniri'o;ine.l-:m;llh,!Selell- lie t'.i!e.ll anil MaatlHl Tnihtmi!. M f M Uai.o Aea.li iuy. Aiily In t. llenuir, ir.iti'l.il, w t.M Tlniil Huith. lKKrttNAlr-D- K. '. VNt i KM. IK KIM 7 St'. 1 r.lino lloiel MiirKiion newialll In lill nli'kiiDiui of nil klttils. I.lvir aiul kMitrr I'Htarrh. all i lmiulc diin'iuuv. lu pr v for yoare. S " M V. L 1 S S A M i f. U . I f K U f s S Mt(holiU eirelo" Tueniliiy Hint 'I'lun li y i'Vu-lim-lit M oVliiek. Ailll'li-ool- l K.i lonK. n.ttlnifinl illv from into ami from I to r. jt. m.. nt ft K. hit'isiml South tn't nKim t. CTIKIIh A CHKIiiirt'ON. DK.STISTM, KK- - tran tvpth without juiln Ai'Oih'Inl U'elli, 7 to!.' it set- (Jolil llllniKS froat J up. komI allov, l .'i to :; ilvr; or ni,ih;um, 'I. All ivnrlt iniiiniiit"i'il. nion Huinlsy nunilnn. l.yollll llliK k. M W. Vml Houtli Ht. fientlemen wishingcltan and siiotlcss linen should patronize the celebrated Tuov Steam Lacmiiiv. MJ Main street. l'llei, I'llen. l'llen. Piles cured without Pain or detention from business. Mo charge until cure is effected. Consultation and examina-tion free. Refer to over one hundred who have been cured by mo in Salt Lake city within the last two years. Fistula, 'lissure, stricture, ulceration and all other diseases of tho rectum treated successfully. Hit. Ciiaki.es Thompson, h Building. Physicians should see the new sofa bed at Saiidberg's Furniture company, 108 WS outh Temple street. Where can I buy a cheap lot on monthly payments, with no interest for the tirst seven months, near streetcar line, and can get a flowing well of pure water at a cost of H'Z.W! Answer In Desky's Second Addition. Oflice 82-3- h building. THE schvbitzbr CLOAK m SUIT 55 Main S treat, Salt Lah City The Only Exclusive Cloak and Suit House In Utah. NEW GOODS !-- NEW STYLES ! F, Auerbach & Bro. 144, 140 & 143 Main Street. EXTENSIVE ADDITIONS! To our Store necessitates the removal of the "West Wall" anil may compel us tod' so our store fur some time during bf ptcmber. To avoid carving over any Sum-mer Cioods wo announce a "CLEIlMnOE SALE!" Every article we offer is sure to f.;o if selling desir d-l- Rood at cost or below cost will m.ike them eo. " OTJX3 IvIOTTO : I IT "Never to rnrrv Into n't r.n If r- - t'ietl.m wilt .b.f "f tin-i- Ihil ..a.o'n; li.i. t!i....i..nN of ...l!..r. ulh leading .i..ll..ti in I hi' lry H'xxU trud.., Irv ..mU .mlika l wine do not liiiprnv.1 ,lh . UmrcfuM w 'pi'e lh luw.l n lcr knottii in thl cily." t - m ' $500 EE WARD, I will pay the above reward for information which will lead to the apprehension of the par-ties who brutally assaulted James E. Cainc on the night of July ioth. J. M. Young, City Marshal. Salt Lake City, Aug. i 4, 1 890. YuiTTAMnifHr ON TMK r H.'ix li. S HI mi Klflh North lor ll'UI. It. .1. Ohlmii, I'i tOiml Fii'kI Smilli. tt. EW ANI TASTKKrt, KOVH AMI t'l V K N rnnm rn.Hiti'.. I'ruw lot) t.i HS.O. K. VV. VukI, a;.i 8. 't'lilril l.iwt. i;ok SAi.m hi'nwieu r iolimli nf lii'i'n, mi'! flsliiri'H. Apply ut .Siivnnlh Went ami biviiilli Soiilli trinlrt. I m'iH 8AI.K3sVlT lllr!KKr"ANI TWO F IlKlit Knn. uri .l.ln tor , di'llvsry wiikoim. Cull ut'J7? Tiit fifth Ho .ta "'r "t I --OK RAM! OI THMiK Felt KM'. ONK I ! llllB talil'W hi'lw.llt wp'iirt-'U- . I'iKklKi it riiJ huniBm. Call Hi .11 I . Hmnliil Hiiiilh. I -- Oil 9ALK WII'U.E Oil 1AUT INTKIl- - I it In a t r. il'iumnt. Fur p.ir-ll- . ular. mil at or ii..lrnii 77 K. Thlrit Ho. fcl. Hull HAI.K-T.OT- -1 IS 1TAII HOl'T IKHN II iitilltliMi, np ir Wi'it H'lt-- ' H.ipM i i(inlt. Himill riili jny iiKMit. Nn liilurnnl. O. l. SMITH. riMim ?. i.'uliimr lllork. W-- l I.MJK HAI.K- - S)Sl,T7KTHiNTl'NoTitT. I lit. lirliiinr ilii', W:wli!iiitliil Imn.l ir.., exnulli'iil imwirlini'iit of Job uiul i trpa. ilonil ki Buw. Hullliiioi-iai- i JoliU-r- , nij. T. rum avray dowo. AiMivm W. U. O., Tlmo i.ffliii. poUl"tFNT IFi'ltN'llll:i) U'HiM, it. r lmiulmVS W. nth oiitli, tt ltKNT-- A NK'I-.I.- FUnNIMI!KD V front nioin: mil lit no N. It Kal k nt-F- f: kn i h i i ki an'h i'nfi'h-- nlBtifit rMiriiH ut V7T KuNt I'ifih Hmitti . xrhuinihiikii hoomh With iioauoat l Houlli Mulu mr.tflt. Kixiiua uliiul of I'linultc. 'Oil I(i:NT -- ilOAllPlVO lliit'BK OF FlF-I- ' trn r hiiih. l iirnl'urn tliniflii lur Ap.ily in ;i Wml F i i H nilh. if II K.N'T TWU Iliil'HI'H, 1"ir n'-- l If Iii'iiilK' nl Imiif "' i. h Ktotu ot ou lupiiiiw r.lu mill ins It: Ik1'"! ktrnit. "t- Henry f.clark THE-- - TAILOR. SO Fast First South afreet. Wanted Your House. Complete your fine new homes by putting in Mantels made in your own town by Salt Lake Mantel Manufactur-ing company, 8 East Second South street. Miller's unexcelled New York Silk and Derby hats will arrive tomorrow. Bast-Tekk- y Mehcaxtilf. Co. Hatters and Furnishers. 142 Main street. Go to Sandherg's Furniture company, 108 W. South Temple street, and see tho new sofa bed; the finest thing in the market. rjM) IA IIOUrtK. KliOMH J hy tin! day, o. k or mniilh. Hou new, neat and rlwan. Tiirina rimoLaldo. No, HI K. Mouth Temple. i 'i lit KK.vFlioAltDl'Ma ". SK, ir V ' nlhd or urifnni n!id. flood Miami's linriy rii'niiauent lin.ird. rt. "I'l'ly to I J I rw.utu Hr4 F..it, I M'KNl.SHKirAI'AnTM' NTs") Olt URM-- I tlcwii Cmd, airy, inml riM mi l mi, lt..l'- - fawninlilp. r.iiuir of Mr. V:iton. f'ulinr lihKk. Halt l.aKn f:u - WaiiUd. All kinds of second-han- household goods at Etchison & Webbers. 157 b. First East street. Have placed in line largo assortment of fall neckwear. ast-Tehhy Mercantile Co. Hatters and Furnishers. 142 Main street. Special Notices ""Advertisements under thi-hea-will ,be charged at the rate of 10 cents a line for each, insertion. No advertisement will be taken for less than 25 cents. Parties advertising ir this column can have their an-swers addressed care of Tin Times. , SPECIAL OFFER. ,1. F. Jack. W uuth MBln 8treet and M 105x105 feet, corner Second street, facing south and east; Hose to electric cars; easy payments; ? 57xlloi feet, facing cast on hightn irt 1st south of Fifth South; line o 7 yjj .., ,"....-- . " " " CT Silks I Linens I ttc, tcl "V Rlack Croi drain hllk at '". worth n.V f nt .TV w.rth .. 70,.. " 1 lot I'doU'd torn ( hum at 13), 0 . 11 a 7i,. ' II. to w nilh Colored Silk nt7.V.tHW..r,.l'l 10 rlh. 1 lt Kmbriil 1.1 lr T.t- - blirue- -t Imiyi.lns ofT-r- ed thl -i rt 1 "' ' "- - "' '"l 'l" '"w cul hi"w al " "Ti A line of hummer Mk u illy "'! ' ,V. (10 and 7"c marked down to H, j .,,,. i- J- t lUack l.,it.. at , worth t U M;,,(fc" SeotVh Zett.vr tilLd'.'tma t 13. 50 mwl I l'-- t tM- - Uh tp Kl Uuttoa Mii- - l II . worth I.' V) iv worth 0 '.'1 urid B H- - 1M plain d.,rk()rg.o.l nK, worth I V 'f lo'i", (u,' Kid llttiDtn !;... it h 1 lot tigured Linen l.awna at 10c,, worth worth li "'. . , ,VI of ourt hllilrni , MiV v.t Ijubf ' lV.',' ii- I Imiia a I I ' olor-'- l '"' r b r-- l 10 iiwt ,1m - for 1, 13 yd, ,,.! I hll.ln n Mr.w U f..r l and 10 yda for l, p-- ' '" "-- ' f Tctmla FbiniK'la at inc., worth I V' . and 1 li.nl n r. ;'Je , worth 2 J Estra liuehilk htrlp TriiuU nniinl J, JU" Ladies' Outing doth Clauses I vC 1 Lot at 60c., w r'!i - $.. i I !.ut at !. worth . f 1.73 Chil ln n's Gi n iiriin l)r. -- es. A-- rs 2 to 10, at HALE 1'KICE! Sioclctlf. i f TAircHAI'TKli"" 'NoTTrfi. A. M. wtat1 I J mmvoratlim hi'ld on the f!rt Wodiii.l y in eafh mimiti, at Moiile I il. at 11. to. rt nrnliig juiiilona are i;"inlliilly lnlll to "mi jArviii j. fiiiFKNrwAi.n, m, r.. h.p. Pnue lumen. M."'" t irr HI Arti l.S'H AHATf'-i- i ""0'iiiitic. 'No.TX'r. a, m Ur Hiil,ir coiitiiiimir iiioiia hl l at t" M. mdr Halt the a ond Fri uy of :li moien, .I. iiilira of llr lox'.ia-- a and ..Journiiiii rnthrni In uood mandiriK are cor llnl'.y luvltod o altwi.l. AUDI. I'll ANUKltN. VV. M. J, Maim. ft- -i rnLiry. I T. MDfVlAH IiuUiCno. . A. r. A. si W Kvilrimmuiilfi;'o li"id at Maitl 'tall. Kt Timii atfwt, tu.i .n'ond Moiuly f ai h iiiontn. M"riilr of m.fxr lti"" an I .joiiruiin tirhri'n in 'f4 t:ullu arecrf-illl- t In? itil U atu-nd- . J,,ll II. rAHIW, W. M. HiiiiTopnim Imhiu Hff 'inf. Sxi3lo0feet on Seventh East, between First and Second South; fine shade, orchard, etc.; 3000. 4JJxl65 feet, good house, barn, city water, gha'de, fruit, etc.; easy payments; $5000. 10 acres south of dty, $0000 235 Main street Salt Lake City, Utah. A Choice Selection of Fall Suita Martin Schmidt has just reeeivr. h first installment of Fall ndpJ, Fall and Winter Stylf. SWto wto -- d eus-er- Yo,.CTctfidly,rEyj , The Tailor. Ittrtitteb. 'ri7))i l'l.IJMHWtVANTKO AT NO. l W. BeiunU Houth tret. M' ANTF.IJ A COMI'KTKN HK'iVAS Vrlin'it II f.i'1'liy at ""! v South SI thi a t. 'lis-ni-- ut . K 'ii H;fHi;rtii- - i.K,d wnu'ci lini'i real the llmifl.-T"NTkfiATiKI-Vail COMPANY' A' ntn-et- . on'W ttiri. " TTaIt fi ti l it !'. n t a Fivk '" ;' room fnrnlahrd tion.w. Addrcaa C.Vi.f. i T:nH oflle. 'i i '"antto lioiiKo'' rttm SketiiKn ' ln!di. pmiierty. HPKS til, ufrfU r m H. Main St. H'AVTEI-W- A HI' AN ) KKII1T MANi'! Bi,i,tI.,..ir.-plrnUilir- dreat m . tiiK at No. K.'. W.-- l alrf-- . i' . TI'ANTKO-- A 'JIHL FtiH OKNKK l ' V at No. a Kuth Katt mrt- - tiftwrvu lirliih:im nnd Ftitrtu:h. Ti 'ant kirk i ' r r i.a s m i i . i . w n ; r ureat Weat-r- Maimf v tor h nuny; liiijiiiri,' at r join 4i, 'aily lloi.a! n.t AsTkv-- I'i ''if HASKK WITH trt, F W Vl.nin.'w.rttu ..'! A'J:'!'V, to la-l- r ifr::te'ian. nu. 8 wt tifi, fioutb tlt dowi. o'aira. HrANTFI-STi'liKN- T IN IiOl lll-F- . ..S try hr.kee;.:n tviifht tjr avtiial !r lire on N... Iay r ' r.'iof, n K. ISruwae. prt y.l M nn tr TNTFT-"tT.- I'll FIFIF.KN MKN A i li.b U:ii and t - omrTT nor-- ! o Warm al-'- ilr rtoiiltl. ' lt;AVTEDAT ONCB I)!N'1S; li'f'li liirm woman lil ' aa4 ! wahn iiiifw ittr'w. .auiwree. ut a' Mr. M. Ean niiooynwiit I rrr. ut Wl F!rt --ioi.fi mreet. JT Boy's Clothing Department I "v"2 lol-v- l- lit at . wof.fc (1,iblren'. h.'h. f'loth S:itr in two ONE PRICE TO ALL -:- - ESTABLISHED 135. WE AUK XEVKli UNDERSOLD. F. AUERBACH & BRO. L.tw-SmUhTeSpl- street. Don'tlcn:gw7nlve7eo t f TTAll f'OMMAVfiF.'tV. NO. I, KVI'i'tT lj H' i'" l eonrl Vr hei I l.t ,M V nle tiail on the rrt Tbiirly l rooi.tn. 7 Vliiin Ki.wli'i ir --'.'! i 'i led to a't-li-d. A. M. liBA.f f, fc. O. I Miu.lt line.'.. Mncurdnr. i HflK.NTA tll)'iF., NO. , A, T A A. M. t Hiai' i c.tiiiniii!'',ition at Hwum i!l iho flrrt Tiie. tar In ea-- monisi. M mier ,f .ier '.Veit and ..)oiiriiiii In Mltttiid!iiar(ritl il!f lrii'1 ' M. C. 1'nii.Mpa. TKMPI.F. OF H N' ' N"'' '" AlT 't.A' f. T OF II l T SO I. ' in t at Tt M- i" or :,. I. .'' r -i '.' "ill e- r Ti't.l . nr at i m. V t n,' li"l ' '' ' ' i l I" ' ('', ;t j w ii. W... w. f')7"wTT7"'. ? ''' 'i. sn. i. ! T. il tl ,iW T nt'- - t at t .' f i'i. over If IM,.t ' t I I foTTiti Ti." av of 'f' luo.iiri s L tn. , ,;IU,4 nmip.ill aror,J ;.' l'"t Walt n m:inr ,, off.. Joai.l-i- l - .. H. o'C. ICSKiHT OF PVT1HA4. AAMTltS U Ah. A No " K. "F ' Mf-- t n;tr .i!ii'io-- "Mitf"ii!. p m.. in (afl- - UU. t lU.t. - ! ;arnlb Kultia 'y i '! t: W ( AI.UC.U W. M. Knurr. K. of K, A . (X ky it' t;.NTA in iixiF. k. x k or U Y. 1'i-- t every TburwUy er.iiiif at 7 .t' i.rk. In t'aat.o '!" ' ''' '' " tmfvt IM rll aie .iliir li'--d t"t ,,1 . lli.lillliA.N, C. U a. Srnum. K. of K. A . . ; lyilF. NO. i K. OF I. KTtiaf MYHTI.K rmtf Tida enn, a fcni r.cvrs. in u Uil H.arnii( J I.. Lre-- K. nfR. AB. Vs. r t'F FvHr.sTr.ii TorkTFkTok'or "cta m'STi Crti. j na tt' Br. and third We.ln.laf of ea. niooto, at Kuirmiu iUU. Vuiui ilrutsara J. F. Marks, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ArteL, Salt or WrIU Drills. th ire Trb rropeU furtul iai Mlatrtl. MoTt frv'NRKA'lKAT AT K I K'rtn.ort - c- - fl-H- . Har- - lUf-rl- i. nxn 7. L''al M""'k ""'' "- - ri-- a U.A -- JAI o-- f l'''1; ix ur1;iei it' u si. A Truat to. SI' i bta Main St.. Larce shipments of fall Derby's Co in ail co o Bast-Tkkk- y Mebcast, ilattera and Furmihi rs. LCTEDJY 111. Game Old Campaigner Steals a March oi the Misguided Backers of I I. Jay S. lj LUCAS' EASY WALKAWAY. lirited Opening to the Tall Meeting The Programme Tor Today's Contests. Ham Hitchcock names Uncle Toby; J. ii. Brown names Forest Wilkes. TRACK TATTLE. When Florence K. owned bv Colonel JJyer, "came to herself in the fourth heat it looked as if she had set out to repeat her phenomal performance of last spring when after losing three heats she took the three following and won the money. She is made of splendid timber and should yet make her mark. It was all day for Carl the victor in last fall's free-for-a- in Denver when he threw his shoe. Johnson was wise in retiring him. Ham Hitchcock, the veteran driver, who has given a record to many of the best animals that ever campaigned the western track took the ribbons again today and met with an enthusiastic ova-tion from his admirers. Many a live was dropped on the driver of I. Jay S. The old hoss was steady as a clock and would have taken the third heat had he been permitted. This - 'funny business" is so old that it is disgusting, not deceiv ing. A water cart would have made the surroundings more agreeable about four o'clock yesterday. Dennis Ryan has seen days when his pace was more reliable, although he shows a lowest of speed that is terror-izing to his rivals. Jim Blaine, the retired campaigner and who is now drawing Colonel Rey-nold's road wagon, was one of tho most interested spectators outside the track yestenUy. Ho fairjv trembled with excitement when the livers reached the quarter and swept by liim. Hon. Miles Finley, the eminent Hutte Eolitician, was among the spirits that the quarter stretch. Ogden is represented by quite a dis-tinguished delegation. Jim Harrington and Johnny Miller arc down from Ogdoti leveling some terrilic blows at the pool box. which they have succeeded in staggering. hat all the plungers did not win on opening day of tho tall meeting was fault of the exalted genius who ics out the weather, or the condition he track. There was, well, rather a ilierous disposition on the part of I,, of the spectators even those who 0 avowadly disinterested to ar-- u the judges on what they conceived ie a flagrant error. The pool play-wer-of oourse, divided in their jputhies, as it is well known that the ipathy of the sport is influenced only the decision that looks to his welfare lie pool-bo- Thoro were some mis-ts, however, unintentional as they ibtless were, that excited a vigorous uurrcr from one sido, while the was equally demonstrative in its ,rovid. The tirst of these, which was more to the demoralizing effects of U and tedious scoring than to any k of enlightenment on the part of starters, was, when in tho fourth it of the mixed race, 2:29, that ad-ie- d both pacer aud trotter on equal ins, the horses were sent off with unis Ryan running under the wire, tractcd scoring and jockeying had rtaxed the patience of tho starters, n ever, who determined to administer ebnke and let the drivers start them-ves.Th- e result was a ludicrous episode the judicial attic one of the starters ging the horses back, while above brazen tones of tho gong came the id "go." Aud they did go, amid id risihles from ampitheater and artcr stretch. The unintentional mderwasnot serious, however, as Dennis Ryan who was suffering "bees in his head," made a rst that would have been more becom-- ! under spur and pig-ski- and then wrted at the wire, in orthodox regu-it- y at fifth place. It was impossible him to fall behind this position, as re were but four animals to beat n. The juncture, howaver, when there to question the soundness and lidityof the decision was when the litest in the 2:22 class had reached an citing and stormy climax. I. Jay S. d to break through a pocket into lich he had been foolishly lodged by jili'iwr. In this heat Florence R, i' plucky chestnut that wore the col-- s of Mr. Frank Dyer, set a pace that ve her the pole, which, by a brilliant rt, she maintained to the neck of p stretch, Georgia Hosier on the out-l- e, and I. Jay S. closing up a gap be-nd. It was between the seventh and ililh furlongs that the mare left her ft and went to pieces. I. Jay S. was the pocket thongh, and was strug-in- g to force the mare from the pole, aen there was a signili-a- t rattle of spokes and Mosier ''t umler the wire at least half a i:?th ahead. This threw the crowd to a tempest, in which they were wily divided. Some were espousing ' cause of Mosier, others were plead-fo- r I. Jay S., while still another 'iilingent were sliriekiug "dead heat! Client!" I. Jay S's claim of foul iw sustained in the midst of tho riot, wever, and given first place, with 'sicr second and F'loronce R. third, lie correctness of the decision was no ';ubt open to challenge, but the '''era had pleaded their cases in the li's' stand and not to the crowd, nnd former satisfied themselves before "? ahead. The bare fact that I. ' is. had sustained a foul while trys-t to force himself from a pocket into Inch he had been urged did not en-hi-to the heat. The judgos must '(! necessarily had some other reason which to rest their decision. The roper course to have pursued would e been to unseated the driver of I. ;0' S., slapped on a fine of $100 and upended him until the penalty was aid. The Dny'a Summary. DGES-- M. H. BEARDSLEY. W. L. PICKABO AND THOMAS KEHOE. Rnnnln- g- dasa. Purse, J150. 'b'UolsMlu 1 liter, ... a "nehalia, 118...'.'.'.".'.'.'.'.".'.'.'..'.'.'.' 3 Time, 1:19. Trottiug-2:- 22 class; best three to five; MOO. 1 2 3 4 8 Jys ' ...11 "a 1 2 -- "via Mosier 4 1 1 3 1 'Tence R 3 3 3 3 3 In the first heat Carl, who recently 'etwitha misfortune that weakened " of his hind limbs, threw his steel n1 was taken to his stable, .'xed race, papingand trotting 259 K best 3 in l a a 4 ;JfrKLucas alii ..1 8 4 2 fiia Allen ..3 4 2 4 "nnie'8 Almont".'.' .'.".'....4 3 3 3 'sums Ryan..:.;;;;;.;;;;;;".....".. 555 J1?18 8:38; siasVi'i'. 2:33- - f nis concluded the days events that fnilethey were characterized by no 'wvelous speed were made more thnl-;,n- ? by the fact that tha contests were 'Ose and spirited. today' 8 peogkamme. Running-h- alf mile heats, 2 in 3; SloO.-Sun- day, 115; The Jew, KedElm,ii5. lrotting-2:- 27 class, 3 in 5; $400 --M. !:J,ones names Bertie M; Ham Hitch-f"- e names Mambrino Thome; J. K. '"espie names James F. lrotUng2:34 class, best 8 in 5; 300. ' lorshee names Byron bmitn; NOTES FROM PARK CITY. Ktenta In thf. Muiiniuin .Muliit Chiii by thw ''l'iinrs" Mail. l'AUK ( !!V, Sept. 5. Special Yt's'.enl iy lnniiiiiig n lire :is kindled by M iiui inisorivint near the wuier tank nbm e tho N. 4 Ontario shaft. Tim t.mk :is burned bin noot her damage wai done. The Park opera house company Is building three now brick chimneys' in the opera house. Two men with three tanks full of boose were arrested yesterday for light-ing ou Main street. Mis I'ric, of Salt Lake, is visiting her friend, Miss Mamie Hunt. J. K. Kellogg, of Chicago; is in town. Mrs. McKey ami' daughter, from Texas, are visiting In Park City. A. Allison, of St. Louis, is lakiuj In the sights in this camp. Hotel Arrivals H. K. Louis, K. L. llorrace, M. Waseman, Cheyenne. Wyo.; J. K. Kelloirg. Chicago; A. Alli-son. St. Louis; Mrs. McKey and daugh-ter, Texas; Jas. Murdoch. Ilebcr. Ore shipments: Ontario, l,il!,ll'.H pounds; Jiggers. IS, 700 pounds. GUITE PREJUDICED. Two Vinltors Fran Mutl Don't I.lko Suit I.nkrnnil Keturu 11imd4 Dii.KUslt.il. My wife and I have it in for The Times which allured us to vi.--it Salt Lake City hy its constant praise of her attractions. Maria has lived all her life (I was going to give the number of years but refrain as she is touchy on the subject) in Manti and 1 expected the sights of the metropolis would lake her breath away, and sure enough they did. As for myself I urn used to the grandeur of metropolitan cities, having once visited Ogdeii and Provo in tow of a real estate agent. Besides a big cotton umbrella and a duster I carried a valet tilled with seventeen dollars in notes and some loose change in my pants' pocket. Times had been rather prosperous with us down in Manti aud I made up my mind to give Maria a treat if it took t he whole lump of my hoodie. What's the uso of living, anyway, if yon haven't got a good time once in a while. Maria and I never quarrel, because it is not safe for me to try it, and so when she insisted that we put on somu stylo while visiting in Salt Lake I gave right in and put up at a first-clas- s hotel where they charged us two 81. 00 pel-da-for hoard and lodging. Jeiniuny but doesn't it cost a pile of money to travel? When my neighbors in Manti hear of my extravagance they will think old Jeremiah Fresh is going mad. The first morning after our arrival I took Maria to seo a motor car. You could not get to see a thing like that if you lived in Mauti a hundred years. Maria said they ought to send one of theso wonderful machines that runs without steam or horses, to the Chicago fair and it would be the great-est sight there. In my own enthusiasm I told her that the machine would run twenty-liv- e miles an hour and then not feel it. Unfortunately for me tho con-ductor just at this juncture dropped in remarking in a nonchalant sort of way, like one used to that kind of business: "Wire down," and we stopped run-ning. All the people in the car bolted out except Maria and the undersigucd. We sat there ten minutes waiting and then another ten minutes wondering, until finally she remarked flippantly: "Whereabout is your twenty-liv- e miles speed, Mr. Fresh I have just been cal-culating whether you or this hero ma-chine is the greater fraud of the two." This uncalled for remark hurt my feel-ings, but I am a discreet man, aud so I preferred to say nothing. The following day I determined to give Maria a real treat by taking her out to Uariield beach. As it was only fourteen blocks from our hotel to the depot we determined to walk and save tho ten cents fare. It was very hot that dav, and each block seemed to be tw'ue the size of my farm, so we had to step j out prelty lively to get there in time, but we succeeded pretty well. In fact we had an hour and three quarlers to spare, as the boss at the station loll us tho time table didn't count, and the trains were running whenever they could and not oftencr. At the beach Maria was shocked, and so was I, but I got over it pretty quick whilo Maria never will, I fear. She blamed me for it nil, and said if 1 wanted to lake her to a pool full of nvmphs I should have said so and spared her modesty, aud then she went on to call mo some pretty haul names like vile sinner and gay de-ceiver and old villain. Lordlwasu'tl glad to get back from that cussed ex-cursion! The next time I go to another show like that I'll leave the old woman at home and tell her it is necessary for me to attend a secret meeting of men only. It takes a good deal of shrewd diplomacy to get around Maria. We expected to do a good denl of shopping with our money while in town and as my wifo wanted to invest in some articles not intended for tho profane eye of men, 1 hung around tho stores while she was inside shopping. Pretty soon a gentleman with brass buttons and autnority came along and told mo ho warned mo to go with him. I told him I didn't know him and couldn't spare the lime just then any-way, but ho was persistent and as he had a club he had also tho advan-tage, and I went. He said I the. identical chap he had been looking for all these many davs and several days, too, aud it was about time the city was rid of a few vugs and desperadoes like me. I as-sured him on my oath I was nothing but a plain farmer, and not the lea dangerous, and that 1 never before in-truded myself upon the honorable po-lice, but he declared I was a liar and thrust me into the cooler. I hail heard it said before that great cities were not fit for honest people to live in, but I never believed it until this moment. About six hours later I was intro-duced to a bland gentleman with a philanthropic smile on Ins smooth countenance, named Judire l.auev, and he was the first person in town who had a kind word for a lone stranger like me "Mr. Fresh," he said, sort of chiid-like- , "yon are discharged, and ruav go home if you ph ase." fdid go home, if yon please. In a hurry, expecting to tell Maria how near I escaped from the gallows, and then xhc would throw her plump and loving arms around my nee and crv. .viv dear, poor and only Jerry." and we.-- copious salt tears down my shirt collar. But she didn't do anything of the kind. On tl contrary, she impeached my hurt sensitive soul to veracitv, and my the quick. "Mr. Fresh'she remarked in a high solo voice, mixed profu-l-with cayenne pepper, "your u'rrl too thin. You may deceive the ma-rines, but yon cannot dec-iv- e n.e. 1 h citv has turned your hoary h'-"'- rn' pletelv, and corrupted you. W e 11 back to Manti on the first train and the next lime you talk to me about the great things to be seen in Malt Lake. . two Willi- - cnemie for M. IH yon hear that, Mr. Fresh? Meantime I will consider whether to apply for a divorce from vou or not." And so it came to pass that I re-turned and bsap-pointed to Manti a man. Jekemiah IhksH. Notice. Mrs. A. J. Pago has taken the Uintah Restaurant, 16 Commercial, and will bo known as the French Restaurant. Many improvements will be made, aud it will be first-clas- s in all respects. Mrs. Rage will see to tho wants of the guests in the dining-room- . Tho cuisine will be in charge of A. II. Rage, the well known French chef and caterer, which insures the epicure aud lover of good eating the best the market affords, served and cooked in the best stylo; will make a specialty of table d'hote dinner from 5 to 7:30. 4t KOTICE TO ( IIKIHTORS. OFF.U.A HAItKEI HKCKAHF1' -- Noi'.w It- !) i;lvi-- lij- the iin-- l ' hliiiieil, al liiiiiit i a: 'i' of th nt f.o:t liiirher i.-- . lo tile cihiHioih ot. ml :il piTKOiifi Imvlim i'l:ilms iwiliixt tliH niii'I In otiill It Ho rn. the niTo a. roui'liers. withm four n;im:im alu-i- Hi" of tlil lo tlie nanl ailinln trutor t rooiiiH s uiul . k ImiM-Ing- , Halt Luke OH jr. In tliecountyof hull l.alie L liitd BcptemlH-rSlh- . WILLIAM H. HAIIRHH. AdintnlHlrntorof the eHlnW of Eil.a llurki-r- , I'iiank 1'iBiifr, attorney for almlnllrutiK Union Pacific System. Moontaln Division. On and after Sept. 1 1W Garfield Beach trains will run as follows: Salt Lake Garncia m j., ., , m .8:10am:2.an n.; m 1130 am . I 10:45 am m : v 1:W pm 2:1-p- m 6.M 2:45 pm Iwnm 7pm 8:30 pm MonrysUTuesaays excepted. Daily. ffSvasatch building and Mam an d heeo na h corner r at depot. iares10vl EccLE3, ft. P. A.