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' g THE SALT LAKE TIMES. WEDNESDAY. JTTLY 10, 1890. From Would-b- e School Teacher. Secretary Gillespie of the chamber cf commeree"is anxiously waiting for the new board of education to elect a sec-retary so that he can turn over to him some 100 letters and photographs of fair school teachers from the east who want to come to Salt Lake and teach the young idea how to shoot. THE SALT LAKE TIMES. TDK TIMES Telephone Number 1 481 The office of The Tinea Is located at No. 13 Commercial street. Loral mention ID this column will be carried at 'ib cent per line each Inversion. WEDNESDAY. JULY 10. 1890. A COMPLIMENT TO Eft KELLET. ni Portrait (Printed and Kind WorOi Written or Him. 1 he last number of the Polite Ga-zette contains an excellent portrait of of Ed. Kelley, of whom it has this to say: No sporting man In the west it better known tiian Ed. Keiley. tbe jolly bomface or rneKlk naloon, and premdent of tiie Golden Gat,) Athletic rlab of halt Like c.ty. The club is one of the mt prosperous In the country, and is iu all reapecti managed after the fashi m ot that of Its namesake In biui Francisco. It Is due to Mr. Kel-le- y s supen-- ; on. Hcside beUu a iiport-love- r and a buuif-we- . Mr. Kelley is bometnins of a politician, and Is popular with the masses of Salt Laliecity." Mr. Kelley stated to The Times rep-resentative this morning that since the above was written he has withdrawn from active connection with the Ath-letic club, giving as his reasons thaf'he was dissatisfied with the conduct of would-b- e sports who have squeezed into the membership roll." Special Hotices Advertisements under this head will be charged at the rate of ro cents a line for each insertion. No advertisement will be taken for less than 25 cents. Parties advertising in this column can have their an-swers addressed care of The Times. MASONB WASATCH LODGE, NO. 1. A. F. & Af communications held at the Ma sonic Hall the second Friday of each month Members of sister Lodges and sojourn0 : brethren in good standing are cordially invit to attend. ADOLPH ANDEKSON, W M J. Maj-s- Secretary. . CT. MORIAH LODGETNO. 3, A.FT&XI1 ill Herular communications held at Mason?', hall, East Temple street, the second MondaJ of each month. Members of sister lodges and sojouminif brethren in good standing are cor dially invited to attend. JOHN B. FARLOW. W. M. Christopher Duhl, Secretary. UTAH COMMANDER Y. NO. 1, KNIGHTS Stated conclaves held at Ma sonic hall, on the first Thursday of each month! at 7 o'clock. Visiting Knights are courteously Invited to attend. A. M. GRANT, E. (j Philip Bbi&gs, Recorder. k RGENTA LODGE, NO. 8, A. FTTaTm i. Stated communications held at Masonir hall the first Tuesday in each month. Members of sister lodges and sojourning brethren In good standing are cordially invited to attend C. 8. VARIAN, W. MT M. C. Phillips, Secretary. KNlGgf5)PPVl'HUis, CALANTHE LODGE NO. 5, K. OF P. RT every Monday evenine at 8 p. m., in Castle Hall, W alker Opera House building. Sojourning Knights cordially in. vited to" attend. C. W. COFFALL, C. C W. M. K19LKT. K. ot K. A S. ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 3, K.fir Meets every Thursday evening at 7 aj o'clock. In Castle Hall, Walker Opera Hou building. Members of the order are cordiallr invited to attend. ARTHUR HA1GH, C. C. A. Bderck. K. of R. & S. YRTLE LODGE NO. 1, K. OF P. Regular Conventions every Wednesday evenin? at 7:30 o'clock, in Elk Club Hall. Sojourning Knights cordially Invited to attend. E. M. WADE, C. C. J. L. Lci'AS. K. of R. & S. ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS COURT PRIDE OF UTAH. NO. 77. Meets first and third Wednesday of each month, at Emporium Hall. Visiting Brotheri made welcome. GEO. W. ARHMOR, C. It C. H. Spencer. S. F.. P. O. Box 1036. SONS OF AMERICA. ATRIOTIC ORDER SONS OF AMERICA Washington Camp No. 3. P. O. S. of A ' meets every Friday evening, at 7 :90, in Temple' of Honor Hall, cor, Main and 1st South sts Sojourning Sons are cordially invited to attend. WM. GLASMAN. President. A. S. Babuktt. Recording Secretary. To exchange for a residence inside property; or, will sell cheap for cash, fifty tine lots one and one half miles south of the Salt Lake postoftiee. Good location, big chance for speculation. Call early and avoid the rnsh. A. II. Matxe & Co. 34 E. Second South. WANTED- - EEH AWAV ALL PLUMBERS. STEAM aud gas htters are cautioned to ke'Mj away from Salt Lake City, as there is a strike on. By authority of the Plumbers' union. tr TEI TO PURCHASE Bb TENOR or lib cornet. Terms must be reason-able. Address, stating style and mukc of in-strument, and your price, X. Y. Z., Times ofiice. TANTED, BY A MARRIED MAV FORTY-- 1 live years of aire, a situation a engineer. Have had thirty- years experience. Under-stands the management of engines and botiers. Address by letter W. H. P.. Times odice. CITUATiON WAN'TED-- AS A DRAVGHT3- - 0 man In an architect's oflice: have had sev-eral vears experience; give good reference. Address Ell. Culver, jr.. W Vine street. "11 rANTED GOOD DIXINU ROOM GIRL at Wi West First South. 1)ARTNER WANTED AN ACTIVE. IN- - 1 teliigent man (with cashi wanted to assist in conducting a protitanle professional business. Address O. K. C, city postoflioe. AVANTED-U- O R R LABORERS. 15 CAR- - peutersfor D. & R. G. Ey; ln3 S. Main Street. Pembroke, quick job printer. We invite inspection of our lines of Summer Underwear. Bast-Tk.kr- v Mer. Co. 142 Main street. Don't forget that we have removed to 57 East Second South street. A. J. White, Keal Estate Co. Capt. T. C. Bailey at room 3, land office building, has the forms for appli-cation under the new disability pension act, for soldiers or their widows. IVOKKJNGMEN'S SOCIETIES. Times and Places of Meeting. Operative Plasterers' Union Every Monday night, room 48, h bunding, Main street. Brewers' Union Second and fourth Tues. davs everv month, room 43, h building. Main street. Painters and Decorators' Union Second and fourth Friday every month, room 48; h building, Alain street. Tinners' Union First and third Saturday) everv month, room 4S, build-ing. Main street. Cigarmakcrs' Union First and third Tbinn. days everv month, room 48, building. Slain street. Barbers' Union Third Monday of every month at some barber shop previously desig-nated. Typographical Union First Sunday of every month at A. O. U. W. hall. and Stereotype Union Firm Monday every month at some place previously designated. Carpenters and Joiners' Union Every Wednesday evening at Temple of Honor. Hodcarricrs. Laborers and Teamsters' Union Second and fourth Mondays eata month in he Temple on Honor. i" . : . 1 . , ; C...nw 1 1 n IT ,I" WANTED-- A PRACTICAL JEWELER aud watchmaker. Apply at once. Henry E. N. Phelps. I.tJ S. Main St. AV.ANTED-WOU- LD LIKE A POSITION ,lfr; dav or niuht clerk in hotel, or day or i tinder in saloon. Have some means n ' --perience. Address Jas. G. Butler, re ' . ly riilMwawi WANT GIRL WHO IS A .g Cniiaren & . ,ntU Jth East street. A rty is satisfactory. V BY EXPERI ' '.an: 10 years' ex-)- tdress B. L. S., ''URED ON rl '13 5 , V jOUSE t T 'J chambett VT ANTED AT 0-,- En pd h rHE Utah Steam Laumirji, ""Suhu S. West Temple street. ' v, , WA NT E D A GIRL FOR-- V housework at No. 23 Sixth EaiQtV.t7l0o , between Krigbam and First South. (iiiur Liuuu VII IU a. vs. u. . I i'.V"ehtter8 Union Second and fourtli MondTy'i--h month at A. O. U. W. hall. Brickfl --jnemasona' Union Every alter-na- t Fri.BtyT. Vhe K. of P. hall. The Federal!., and Labor Councll-Eve- ry second in', fourth Sundavs at their hall, room 43, ScoVL Auerbach building, Mam street. m Executive Board of the Federated Tradej Council Every Saturday, room 48, n building, Main street. ' G ri ' E RALAGE NC Y. ROCKY MOUNTAIN GENERAL &t West 2nd Honth St., Salt Laks, Utah Territory. We are the largest labor com-pany on the Pacific. Coast. We cheerfully anawar all correspondence regarding Western labor market; are the authorized labor agents for ail railroad companies in this section, and wilt cheerfully answer ail correspondence in our Una. Gen 9ml agents for Eastern Patents. We are lh largest agency on the Pacific. Coast. Seattle Office, 103 Front Street. Taooma Office, 1408, Pacific. Arenas. Los Angeles Office, Sonth Spring .Street, Bntte City Office, Morrison Block. Denver Office, 618 Seventeenth Street. Call or write. " KOlNI. I ON THIRD SOUTH AND FIRST EAST ladies' purse or compaidoa ; owner can hava same by tailing at this office. f6b"8a"Lk. vor sale cheap! 2 lots in west X" Lake Addition. CaU on F. L. Tripp. 8th street, between K and L. FORSALECOMPLETE hand press, excellent assortment of job and news type. CiHid as n-- Haltimorean jobber, sxia. Terms away down. Address W. R. G., Times office. 1X)R SALE-HOTE- LS. RESTAURANTS, houses. Gro?ery stores. et. Par-ties having a business for sale, or desiring to engage in same, apply to D. J. Coltun, Mer-chandise Broker and auctioneer, 319 S. Main street, near postoffice. Tj'ORSALE LIVERY AND BOARDING JT stable. Good location, long lease. Or will trade for real estata. Easy terms. Call and examine. No. 15. South First East street. ITOR SALE ANDERSON BOILER NO." 1. Two horse power. Address this office. IX)R SALE CHEAP-O- NP 3UNDRED of bees, and Ixt; J" . Apply at Seventh West and SevenJbS I" "eets. 1X1R SALE 2WxlO-yo- Zyrt fcUOlNG in the city; oaf jf' IJf B ss; citv water: tITOu; only MoT I X lf yi'f-tee-months. 8 per cent, W. .;1 Main street. . TOR LEASE OR SALE-SkCA- K) I FE'All n i&xm feet back ground adjoining-S- j " ond South, between Second and Third sonth front, next to Beggs Lumber Co. i ton, Groesbeck ft Co.. 'M South Main street. Do you want to trado Salt Lake City property or farm laud in Salt Lake valley for tine improved property in Omaha, a city with a population of one hundred and fifty thousand, if so call at our office, A. H. Mayne & Co. 34 E. Second South. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MYRTLE NO. 1, WILL MEET AT JLKS CLUB Hall V ' "dnesday until further Notice. " A.LL INVITED. jjIGHTS B. M. WADE. C. C. HENRYIl SSHELPS, broker. --V-M 0 N FV LCANEDonWatcb.es. Diamonds III U II L I Jewelry and Personal Securities. 153 S. Main Street, Salt Lake City. J LOST. V OST THURSDAY, 3kd INST.. LADY'S j gold watch and chain, and bunch of kevs. Lost separately. Finder of either please re turn same to Miss C. Watkins, No. 23 W. Sec-ond Suulh street, and get reward. personal! " personal dr. c. unger. room 7 st. surgeon specialist in ladies' sickness of all kinds. Liver and kidney com-plaint, catarrh, all chronic diseases. In prac- tice for Sfi years. FOR BENT. ' TTOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS J by the day or week; enquire 131 S. 2nd East. ITOR KENT ELEGANTLY FURNISHED rooms, single or en suite; 39 S. sth East. T?OH RENT-FI- NE SUITE OF ROOMS 1 near Main street, on First South, suitable for office. Inquire of Mr. Black at Enterprise house. 1TOR RENT-HOU- SE OF SIX ROOMS AND with large lot. near corner ot Sixth and E street. Inquire of J. P. Bache, Waateh building, or at Davis & Stringer's, 23 West Second South street. TTOR RENTBOARDING HOUSE. FUR-- nished or unfurnished. Good business al-ready established: thirty permanent boarders. Apply to l'.'l South First East. "LTOR RENT ELEGANT FURNISHED X rooms at very reasonable prices. Apply to Mrs. Camp's, 4W, South Third East. pOR RENT - NICELY FURNISHED front room. No. s&i Third East street. TURNISHED ROOMWITH BOAeITat X dot South Main street Kooms single or n suite. FOR dire 45 and 46 Wasatch building. To exchange for a residence inside property; or, will sell cheap for cash, lifty iiue. lots one and one half miles south of the Salt Lake postoffice. Good location, big chance for speculation. Call curly and avoid the rush. A. II. Mayne & Co. 34 E. Second South. CaU and see my new line of Spring Suiting worsted pantaloonings, etc. W. A. Taylor, 4.i E. Second South. Choice maple syrup, the fiucst in the land, Hamond's choice hams and bacon new goods and choice fruits arriving every dav at C. B. Durst' s, 72 and 74 1? 2nd Somh St. TTOLND-GO- LD BREAST-PIN- , LN FRONT X of hite House. Owner can have same by calling at City Marshal s office and proving property. FS.ohRKNTrXE rcKN'ISHED ROOM parlor and piano. reet!M eIL- - CaU " 77 West Fifth Simh X a, L tab. Stove A Hardware building. N,"TKEN7' .TAKE HOUSE ON J50 per month, and f, f..e' 1 Sv 3 " Eew house to reS oS Ad JJTSrf'i? U Wil1 P?0" o investigate 4S1. halt take City. . soriET i its ; UTAH CHAPTER, No 1 R A M Stt" held on Wednev in each month, at Masonic hlxZtt S tend 8 mmom are coruiallyTn ritif Ph lSS1B3riggsG,RSEeEcNreEtaWryA. LD, M, E. H P To exchange for a residence Inside property; or. will sell cheap for cash, lil'ly line lots one aud one half miles south of the Sap Lake postoffice. Good location, big chance for speculation. Call early and avoid the rush. A. H. M lYNE & Co. 34 E. Second South. Lease for one year and furniture of four-roo- brick house for sale. Close in and very cosy. Bent $--'0 per month. Can see house and furniture al li Fast Fifth South street. Money to loau in sums to suit by S. V j Spencer, 207 South Main street. HOT WEATHER SPECIAL SALE! 0 THE WORLD POSmHis ONLY! SUMMER GOODS MUST EK SOLD, SIX HATSSUMMER GOODS MUST BE Tot head the following prices. Look at the D goo-i- , and it you don't buy it is because you have no money oryou do not know the value ol .oods Mu' SUwlIUs. worlliMlo :5 M, SperM nfe price 10 eO I j Mu' Summer S.ilU in lizHI l.mvrn thoct. rail SI?. ..Special sal,, ml u ' . toc''sisM'' 5 ijss afe-sSS.- . - $3 ... . .... " " $1,IQ All of these suits are worth from ; to i,o ... i , and vvide toefworth ?6 W ' Men's Light colored Custom made Trousers, worth W.. " $3.65 j Men's Uongola Tau colorad low Shoe, worth".. ..f.... " j iSduuio immmn Shoe's'&t - RememberthisHot Weaker Special Sale only Lasts Six Davq at ' 70 East firsts street THE WORLD CLOTHING SHOE HOUSE OsiteSaft Late neater. ' ''... I '" ' '": i : " Masoule Notice. All princes of the royal secret 33 A. A. S. K of F. M. are earnestly invited to attend an important meeting to be held at Masonic hall, Thursday even-ing, July 18, lCTO, at 8 sharp. THE COf.'XTV ELECTION. HKAJVJl'ARTEK"!. ) t Liiirtui.'itiiHiToKiAt.f.'oMMrrrEr. ' S 4 1. r Lake. JniyT. !. The attention of thu l.iler;ili of the territ-ir-it directed 10 t!w fact teat lae comiiuv election in August is one of tinpinancetotlie territory. Coiintv oitlc-- ri are to oe chrti. aud a mrong aggre-islv- n'ht siiotilU lie waf-i- l by the Llii-er- i party, cv.ii in loiintics where defeat is certain. Every u'cmbcr of our party should make an effort to Increase oi:r vote 111 the over la'-- t August, when we jiolied UW lialints In round nmuhcrs. The time I at hand when the county con-vention!, should be called fur the nomination of a ticket and the selection of county com- - mittees. The bais of representation should be the Libera! vote, as p ll"d ut the August election last year. To ai iiortion tbe ddc.cutc noon til" bali of the entire vot would he manilotly unfair, for upon such an a Btrong Mormon precinct, with Lilier.il votes, would oe :'-- as great as an ai.joining"'L!beral prciiK't ' w hich had tiie hamo number of votes. County committees sdiould avoid any huch errori. The county committee choseu Khonld con-sist of live members, aud their names mid postofflc addresses, with the names and ad-dresses of candidates nominated, should lie forwarded t the comtnttee imme-diately a'tereach convention, by the thereof. At each of the precinct caucuses, a precinct committee of three should to named, aud the names and addresses forwarded at once to the Liberal territorial committee. In counties where the Liberal vote is too . small to justify thecalUm: or acomity ccovi-u-tlun-thecoiiniv committees should 'meet aud plai a ticket in the held. Make your uominauons in good wason. nnd have your ticket printed aud distributed early, to that a (till vote may be polled. Piese keep your territorial committee fully informed as to the political situation in your respective localities. O. W. Poweiis, Chairman. C. E. AliXX, Secretary. WHIPPED THE LEANS. The Fats Prove Too Much For the Slender Fellows-Severa- l large, meaty men without the love of much of anything in their hearts, went down to the baseball park yesterday and brutally beset a number of slender, weakling citizens whose bravery was not in keeping with their brawn. The aifair was a most harrow-ing spectacle to all who love justice and fair play. Blood and beer llowed freely and piteous was the day. At a lute hour last night one of the assaulted party, a thin and respected citizen named Sam Levy was visited in the hospital ami with tears and beers, in his voice he told how it had occurred "You see there is a crowil ot toughs up in the ventricle of the town who have been most obnoxious in tiieir treatment of the respectable members of society who do not go aroumr loadeil with meat like a butcher's wagon Will you please pass the arnica?" The arnica being passed, Mr. Levy continued: ' They have been belittling us slender and spiiituello people for not sizing up like the interest on a first mortgage and have abused us shamefully in the past. One notably, Tom Little who is called Little because be weighs three tons, has declared in the highways and the by-ways that not only are we deficient in meat and muscular tissue but he has brazenly asserted that we cinnot play ball that we do not kuw tbe differ-ence between a base hit and a mascot. We could stand anything but that. Will you be kind enough to curry my back" with this rough towel and tome sand to get tho sunburn oft ? 'Thanks. That feels bettor. "As I was saying," Mr. Levy contin-ued, us the reporter had dug several pounds of supplemental cuticle olf his person, "that broke the camel's back. We lesolved that wo would meet our defamers nnd they should be ours. under the leadenth1)T"of V'. M. Brown, we went down to tho ball park to meet them in deadly encounter and to wear their scalps for rosettes. But man proposes and woman gives him the laugh. If you would help mo properly locate this porus plaster I would lie glad." Being made glad Mr. Levy resumed his story. " Arrived there we found a band of hired bravos awaiting us with large, lonir. hard clubs and balls that seemed to be made of ncrap iron, which they proposed to project at us. A villainous looking brigand who weighed 410 pounds, anil who wore the name of C. W. Parker and little else, was tho head of the 1110I1. Lend us your hand a mo-ment until I rise to a sitting posture, please." Mr. Levy looked ofT into space nnd thought in a low, soprano voice before be resumed. T was reared to love scenes of peace and quiet and my life has been a hymn book of joy. You may judge, then, of the disgust I felt when thee people, seizing their clubs and their balls, began to beat us unmercifully. The score was 28 to 20. Js that my sling over there? I wish you would help mu adjust it to this left arm. "A I was observing, they fell ou and slaughtered us. They rubbed it in nnd painted the places. They leaped up into the air, cracked their heels to-gether and came down with a sicken-ing squish on us some like a rotten melon thrown into an alley. In the presence of all the fair and several kegs of elixer of life they pounded out of us base hits and home runs which we did not know we had about our persons. O, it was terrible!" ' But how does it happen you are here in St. Mark's hospital instead of at home?" "The affair was perpetrated with the understanding that the proceeds should go to St. Mark's hospital. I am the proceeds." RAILWAY. RUMBLINGS. The Eio Grande Western Announces a Uaaiber of Summer Excur-sion Hates, C0WEGY3 IKTEREUPTLTJG TEATFIO Hnmors TLat H. . Adams Will Come Here Eailway PeiMnah and Micor Notes. Commencing today the Rio Grande Western will sell to parties of five or more traveling together on one ticket round trip tickets from Salt Lake to American Fork, good on day of issue, for 1 to enable parties to visit the bathing resort near that point. On July 23 and 24 the tame company will sell round trip tickets from all sta-tions in Utah at one fine on account of Pioneer day celebrations. The tickets will be good for return uutil the 25th, inclusive. Tho (Jrand lodge, Ancient Order of United WorKmen, wiil meet in this city on August 10, and the Bio Grande Western has made arrangements to sell round trip tickets at one fare on the mil and 20th from all points in Utah where there is a lodge of the order. The tickets will be good for return until the 22nd, iuclusive. The Bio Grande Western is now mak-ing arrangements for the sale of round trip tickets at one fare to parties who wilt attend the national encampment of the G. A. B., to be held at Boston, Mass., from August 10th to 10th. Arrangements have been nadc by the Bio Grande Western and Utah Central for thu sale of circle tickets, reading from Salt Lake to Salt Lake at a rate of ji..--0. The tickets will bo good for thirty days and will read via Bark City. Brighton' Alta and Wasatch. The Odd Fellows ol Bingham have made arrangements with the Kio (irando Western for a special train to Salt Lake on the occasion of the cele-bration of the order here on the 24th instant. The Wyoming Pug Was Out of His Class With tha Bfawny Utah Lad. EIT DUST IN THE FLTTH BOUND. A Lively Set-t- o in Which Wilson Is Ban-ished by Hard Hitter Willian.8. Three hundred dollars worth of cheap fighting occurred in the old church, where the Golden Gate club sing holi-ness to the Lord, last night. The pews, which have long been removed, were succeeded by a set of circus seats, upon which a couple of hundred dead game sports perched and waited, waited, waited for Ed Wilson of Wyoming and Jimmy Williams of Salt Lake to get action upon themselves. Prior to the meeting a tail gentleman with a gentle drooping to bis moustache acted as superintendent or class leader, or something of that sort, and con-ducted the interesting services. Jim Davis aud Frank Lewis were the first to offer testimony. Davis is a small, chunky individual, who moves about like a colored man at a cake walk, while Lewis, who appeared in a section of a bathing suit, is a slender, wiry, bald-heade- person. They belted one another until they were good aud tender and fit for table use, aud then gave way to Frank Fitzgerald and Joe Bureell. These two really made the prettiest tight of the night. Both are active and both (uite clever. One of them must have borrowed tho other's tobacco and failed to return it, for the blows they struck in their friendly bout were both loud and deep. Two sportive pilgrims with their cveiw-tln- y elothes then came in nnd butted, pounded, gouged and spanked one another for a round or so to the delight of the specta-tors who knew it was all in fun. And then the real fun began. That is, several minutes after then. A short, stout, earnest man named Leo was chosen as referee and the two v us kept tUe clock and the religious exercises were declared on. They proed to be (piite iu keeping with the sanctity of the place. Wilson came dancing to the front with his small, terracotta gloves held well up, resplendent in black tights ami a red Hush of health. Williams, who ap-peared tho lighter man wore ereeu tights. Both stripped iu fine form but Wilson's body seemed a trilletoo hcavv for his legs. 'He early evinced a wick-ed desire to break things but he would keep his feet closo together. Williams fought easier and held himself well to-gether. . Just at lirtit the deep chest and heavy arms of his antagonist seemed to startle him but a cluneo at those legs brought him around. There was a flash as Wilson sent out about 28 pounds of cold fist at the other's body and a thuuder clap as Williams retaliated with a welt on the side which made a beautiful pink rosette on the person of the Wyoming man. Wilson looked surprised ami his surprise was turned to amazement when just at the close of the round Williams caught him with his feet bunched and scut him to the floor like meat. . This knock-dow- n renewed Williams' confidence "and he went in to force the fighting. It was straightway eri- - dent, too. that Wilson's heart was gone. lie would much rather have been up in Emigration canyon fishing than in that house of worship. They clenched and held together re-peatedly, Wilson invariably getting the worst of it on outside fighting. Wil-liams sent Wilson down and the latter turned quitter right away. But he thought better of it and came up again. The third round made Williams a lio'i and Wilson a lamb. Knockdown followed knockdown, not particularly because of heavy hitting but because Wilson wanted to get away. He went on his knees at every opportunity and sunk gently to earth as a rose w'ithers inthesuu. He tried to stay in it, but was unable to reach Williams and seemed to be discouraged. Time was called in time to enable his seconds to get him away and talk scripture to bira and at the next call he went out again, but oh, his great heart was broken and terror dwelt with him. Williams poi ished his person with his gloves and otherwise glorified himself. The fifth was the last round Wilson saw. A good neck lick sent him to his knees and hands, and then with a sad look into the future, where there was no $300 purse, he careened like a mud-sco-in a mill-pon- and gently quit the business. Wilson's fight was a singular one. mingling courage with a desire to get away. He was evidently scared from the start and went dowu at every op-portunity. Still the memory of the purse seemed to revive him" and call him np to action again. He acted like a game coward. Williams was not scratched, and did not have to sweat hard to finish his man. Wilson deserves some credit for coming np so frequently when he knew hitaself there was noth-ing in it for him. FIFTEEN AMD FORTY. Pretty Mary Woods Elopes and MarrffuKn Farm Hand. Tlboia Putnam, Conn., July 10. Litl.V. Woods of pretty Oxford villageV'dtn across the line in the Bay State.V tj( young to elope, being only 13 yeaiV, old, but her time had come and he ran away with a farm hand also named Woods. Mary was pretty and demure and nobody had an idea that romance bad got into her little head. Her father is a well-to-d-farmer on the Thordyke road, and the man Woods, who is 3. or 40 years old. came to the house frequently to talk about the crops and speculate whether the hay crop was going to pan out as big as it looked, and whether corn and potatoes were likely to yield well. Mary's folks never guessed that he came to see her. The other day the young girl went slyly upstairs, put on her best dress and strolled down the road to a love tryst where Woods was in waiting. The couple then drove mer-rily to Chicopee. where they hunted up a clergyman, who married them. Thence they "went to Springfield, and nobody knows where they are now, except there is reason to believe that they are in the west and have gone to farming. Mr. Woods, father of Mary, traced the elopers to Chicopee and Springfield and there lost the trail. But he says he means to have Mary back again at anv cost, and if he can bag the groom will prosecute him for running away with a child. Hul veyllig Two Routes. The Bio Grande Western has two en-gineering parties iu the litdd making surveys from Springville to the 'J'iiilic mines. 'Two routes are lieing surveyed, one leaves tho main line at Lehi it ml the other at Springville. The former runs around the northern point of Utah lake, across the south end of Cedar val-ley anil via Bolter pas to Eureka, a distance of Ml miles. The other takes about tho same course except that after leaving Springville it goes around tho south end of the lake and is somewhat longer than tho lirst. Estimates are now being made and the contracts will be let as soon as the route is selected. Cowboy Interrupting Traffic. Trallic on the Union Pacific railroad on the Nebraska division suffered seri-ous interference during the past week from a peculiar cause. It appears that a party of cowboys.after tilling up with bad whisky at Sidney, Xcb., amused themselves on their way to their ranches by an exhibition of expert shooting the insulators on the telegraph poles and the wires, themselves furnishing the targets. This course was kept up until everv wire on the main line of the Un-ion Paeilic was cut, necessitating a largo force of line repairers aud two days of time to repair the damage. LOCAL liKEVITirS. Today's bank clearings amounted to $572,411. Cash balances, $118,570. Montserrat lime fruit juice makes a delicious summer drink. For sale ouly by Culnier Bros. We have just received a large con signment of mirrors which we will sell at cost at Culmer Bro's. "The brickmasons have withdrawn from the federated trades assembly. 'I'hey are no longer members of the body. Pearl baking powder is as good and much cheaper than any other baking Iiowder iu town. For sale by Culmer The directors of the Z. C. M. I. met yesterday and declared a 3 per cent, "dividend for the current quarter. This probably means 1 per ceut. per mouth in future. Messrs. McCarthy and C. II. Wilbcr, two attorneys new to Salt Lake, were admitted to practico before the supreme court today. The thermometer at the following places today registered: Salt Lake City, 79; Ogden. 82; Stockton, 71; Bing-ham, 70; Park City, C4; Provo, K; Alta, t4; Logan, 71. Tracy Ingrabam, charged with as-sault with intent to kill, whose case was held over from yesterday, w:is today bound over to tho district court ui the sum of $1500. Tracy Ingram was yesterday arrested for prodding James McCornlck in the face with a pitchfork in McCoy's livery stable. McCornick claims that Ingram tried to blow his head off with a gun. There is an and death dealing stench wrapped up in a barrel in the rear of the l iutah hotel, which The Times force respectfully asks to lie removed before each and every one is prostrated with cholera, or some dis-ease as equally terriblo. The G. A. It. go to Garfield Beach to-morrow. An attractive and entertaining programme of exercises have been pre-pared, aud everybody Is promised a good lime. In the evening there will be an old fashioned camp fire and danc-ing. The Rev. Sam Small will give his fa-mous lecture, "From the Saloon to the Pulpit," at the M.E. church next Fri-day evening. July lHth, under the aus-pices of the Woman's Christian Tem-perance union. No admission will be charged. Rogers & Co., the leading grocers at 43 East First South street, are sole agents for Franco-America- n French foups. Royal English plum pudding, Biardot's game pates, truffled, Sniders' home-mad- e tomato catsup, and Ogden creamery butter. John Leight, who claims to be from Iowa, preseutcd himsell ut the adju- tant's office at Fort Douglas yesterday and asked to be enlisted. He" was de-tained on the charge of deserting from the Seventh infantry at Fort Logan, I Colorado, but denies most emphatically being the man. Cyrus Fair, a colored man, was a cook for another negro named Nesbit. A disagreement arose ami Fair weut np town last night to get a good, able-lodie- d collector to go against Nesbit for his wages. Instead he filled up with turpentine, glue, vitrol and other things and went back to beard the liou in his Iront parlor. Going down Com-mercial street he met Nesbit, aud in a moment there was a rapidly rerotviug pin-whe- of brunette meat. When Nesbit quit the fray ho discovered that Fair had eaten a part of his linger, lie had Fair arrested therefor. Adams May Come to Salt Lake. It was reported this morning that H. W. Adams' stay in Denver would lie short aud that in a few days he would be transferred to this city as assistant to General Passenger Agent S. W. Mr. Eccles is now out of the city but Mr. Spencer said that they had as yet heard nothing to that effect. Ho said that it was just possible that the rumor was true but ho was rather in-clined to doubt it. she worm NOT BUSY HIM. A Deserted Wife Has the Body of Her Hus-band Kessurrected. Newbikg, N. Y., July 16 Retribu-tive justice has overtaken Charles E. Knapp, who now sleeps in a pauper's grave at Cornwall. Last April Knapp, who was a carpenter by occupation, and about 33 years of age, left his wife and four children at their home in thh city, and eloped with a pretty New burg domestic, Mary Jane Callahan. On Tuesday last an unknown man was found dying at the railroad coal pock-ets at Cornwall. He was eared for, but died ir half an hour. The dead man was well dressed, but there was noth-ing about his clothing by which his identity could be determined. Tbe coroner's jury rendered a verdict of death from sunstroke, and the remains were then buried in the potters' field at Cornwall. Mrs. Charles Knapp yesterday, sus-pecting that the unknown dead man was her husband, persuaded Under-taker Ryder to exhume tfie body. The face was so much decomposed that Mrs. Knapp could not recognize it. Then the arm of the corpse was bared, and there was found certain familiar India ink characters that revealed the fact that the remains were those of the missing Charles E. Knapp. The widow said the bond of love between herself and her husband had been broken, and she declined to provide for bringing tbe remains to Newburg for interment, and they were in the poor plot of the Cornwall cemetery. Yesterday's Real Kstnte Transfer. P Francis and wife to WilUam Brock, lot 17. block 47, Kinney & Gourlay's improved plat 9 1S00 S W Harney and wife to I J Starbuuk, property on Crescent beach 100 G M Leonard to 11 T Samson, mining property ?5 Wm J Bellamy and wife to O H Sbafer, part or lot 6. bl'K-.- K. plat F 3x0 John H irkinstoC P Smith, property in I tau Southern addition SOW Hannah W ilton to Geo H Walton, part of sectiun ii", township 1 south, range 1 west 400 L R Enrich to A II Wluslow, part of block 9. Elirich's subdivision of block :. platF 2000 W H Shearman to Margaret H San. fold, lot M, block 3, Belmont subdivi-sion E00 G M Thompson to William S McDon-ald, lots 1 and 20, blyrk , Salt Lake View 1J F A literbangh to T Taugwell, mining projierty 1000 Levi c Gone and wire to E Millard, lot 1'.'. block . aud part of lot 34, block 6, Cone & Roberts addition ftso J T Hurringtou to G It Sessions, mining proiierty I5o0 Geo 11 Sessions to J M Freeze, niiutug property : lRCO F Hejie and wife el al to August Eng-land, lots 37 aud 33, block 3, Hyde Park 487 Total f 13.454 liailway Notes. The Daughters of Rebecca spent yes-terday at Garfield Beach. The Union Pacilio today took the united Sunday schools of Ogden to Syr-acuse. Tomorrow the Union Paeific will run excursions from all poiuts in Salt Lake county to Syracuse. J. D. McGill, contracting agent of the Rio Grande Western, has returned from an extended trip through the west. The strike of the railroad miners at Schofield is still on, and both tho com-pany aud men seem determined to fight it out Tho Southern Paeilic will establish a through line of Pullman coaches be-tween Chicago and San Francisco, via the Rio Graudu Western. j JiOTICE. OF THE INTENTION OF THE CIT? to curb and gutter Commercial street (des imated as part of paving district No. I. in Salt Lake citv). Notice is herebv given by the city council of Salt Lake citv of the intention of said council toinake the following described improvement, The curbing and guttering of the whole of the street knowu and designated as Commercial street (the same being a part of paving district No. l.ln Salt Lake city), and defray the tost and ex-pense thereof, estimated at fc0(, by a local as-sessment upon the lots and lands within pav-ing district No. 1, of Salt Lake citv. abutting upon the streets and avenues to be" affected or benefitted by said improvement, namely: Lots 3 aud 6. bhx k 70, plat A. Salt Lake city survey. All objections to the carrying out of such inten-tion must be presented In writing to the city re-corder on or before the fith dav of August, 18H being the time set by said council w hen it will hear and objections as maybe made thereto. By order of the citv council of Salt Lake city. Loos Hyamb. ' City Recorder. Salt Lake City, July 18, ISM. The Marriage of Captain Browne. London, July 16. Special. The marriage of Captain H. Gore-Brown- e of the Sixtieth rifles, and Lady Muriel Murray, second daughter of the earl of Dunruore, took place todav, at St. Paul's Kneghlshridge. Real Estate Notes. The call meeting of tho real estate exchange this morning was well at-tended hut no busiuess was transacted. Mr. Uhlaub has received a consign-ment of money from a German syndi-cate for investment in '5a!t Lako" real estate. J. J. Dooly will put up one of the finest business blocks in the city at the corner of Second South aud West Tem-ple streets. The Bamberger have received the plans for a J'JiW.OOO bath house to be erected at the warm springs they rec-ently sold to a Denver syndicate." Matthew White and John W. Voting have combined their summer resorts aud operate both as one place. The name of Saltair will be used for both places, The Gunioy Cab and Delivery coin- - i puny yesterday filed articles with Clerk Culicr. The" capital stock is Soo.GUJ. j Among the stock holders are William S. Mci.'oniicii. T. L. Bowman. M. C. j Fox, A. G. Bast and V. M. C. Silva. s PERSONAL. i Dr. James E. Taluiage, who has for ' some time been til with typhoid fever, is still iu a very critical conditiou. ; 'J. W. Young of Shumway oi Young. Chicago, and representing the Bankers' Guide, is at the Walker. .Mr. George Whitmore, banker and merchant of Nephi, is in the city. J. F. Mills, of the United States geo-logical survey, is at the Walker house. t Mrs. t.'leary and daughter. Miss Agues, of Omaha are visiting this city, and expect to remain hero tor some weeks. They are well pleased with ; Salt Lake City. Mrs. Cleary contem-plates investing iu Salt Lake City real f estate. Strikers Not Satisfied. New York, July lli-- The striking cloakmakers this morning refused to abide by the terms of the settlement reached yesterday, and declared they! would not return' to work uulcss all the non-unio- n cloakmakers were imme-diately discharged. The committee meet later iu the day. Union Paclttc System. Mountain Division. On aud after June 29, lS'.K), Garfield Beach trains will run as follows: Leave Arrive Leave Arrive Salt Lako Garfield Garfield Salt Lake 3:10 a m!),-- . am 11 :45 a m 12:30 a m 10:45am It :30 am 2:30pm 3:30pm I2:4"pm 1:30 pill 2:4.1 pm 3:40p m j 1:45 pm 2:30 pm 3:45 pm 4 :30 pm 2:45pm 3:30pm 4:45 pin 5:30 pm 3:45pm 4:30 p m 5 :4 5 p m i :30 pm 4:45pm 5:30 piu 6:45pm T:30pm 5:45 pm B:30pm 7:4.) p IU 8:30 piu 0:45 p in 47:30 p m 48:45 p m 0:30 p m 17:45 pin l!:30pru 49:30 prof 10 :13pni IMondays and Tuesdays excepted. 'Daily, except Sunday. Tickets for sale at Wasatch corner. Main St., and at depot. Fare for the round trip SOcts. S. W. ErrxKS, G. P. A. AOTICE OF THE INTENTION OF THE CITY Council to pave Commercial street (des-ignated as part of paving district No. 1, in Salt Lake City i. Notice 'is herebv given bv the City Council of Salt Lake City of the intention of such council to make the following desert tied improvement, tow it: The pa vine with asphalt of the whole of the street known and designated as Com-mercial street, (the same being a part of pav-ing district No. 1 in Salt Lake City i and defray the cost and expense thereof, estimated at I7tl". by a local assessment noon the lots anil lauds within paring district N'o. 1 of Salt Lake City, abutting upon the streetsand alleys to be affected or benefitted bv said improvement, namely: Lots 3 and 6 ii block 711. plat "A." Salt Lake City Survey. All objections to the carrying ot of such intention must be pre-sented iu writing to the Citv Recorder on or before the 5th day of August. ISM, being the time set by said Council w hen It will hear and consider such objections aa may be made thereto. By order of City Council of Salt Lake Citf. LOUIS HYAMS, City Recorder. Salt Lake City, July 16, I!, Whipped the French. Paris, July 16. The Gualoss says an engagement occurred between the na-tives and the French expedition to upper Niger, and the French were routed. It is feared the natives have blocked the line of retreat of the French.