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J I 5 J SALT LAKE T1MFA TUESDAY SEPTEMRKR 0. 1590. - TO-- .- 'DEALERS INzrzzzzzzz:--- -. . -S- TAPLE AND FINE GEOCEEIBS , Q Fine Teas and Coffee, Fruits and Vegetables. gSJmTO SALT LAKE C1TY utaH. TELEPHONE NO. 274, J. F. Marks, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Artesian, Salt or (!is WpIIs DrilleJ. ? r TwI. rrosiPcts for Coal anil Mint't als. t lake City. Deep Well ft Specialty ! ligli CarMdJeach! (IMM GrandRegatta! TRIPLE :- -: RACES! For the Championship of Utah. ' CWIELD BEACH RQMN3CLU3 im'''pm Rowisg club;, May, ' Sept 11, Cadi Bead! NOTE-Osbo- rne mt (Vt-hr'- J lucl.id-- .t In it r.rfi. Team. Fareouly 60 Ce-.ti- . S. W. ECSLE3,O.F.A. 5500 BEWAKD. I will pay the above reward! for information which will load to the apprehension of the par-ties who brutally assaulted James E. Caine on the night of July ioth. J. M. Yoi-nc- ; City Marshal. Salt Lake City, Aug. 14.1 S90. l'Olt SAl.K-TW- MOUSES ANT TNO I1 Itsht wiiw-ii- . m ni. fer wagon's. Call t ffT Past Kit'h So.ita mreet. i-- salf; oh tuuk. kck i.ot. ne 1 K, i,ilo('iii.lly Siirte.ni wn'iK't .n. nn.-l- d anj iiarnea. C.ul at 31 t;. S. "Uil 8o:Ul. f )VK8M,i: WltOl P. v'K PMtT IN'TI'.tt-- et In n ilmt-i-i-i- remau:M. I r vail t or ;7 K. IkirUS i. t Wilt At,K-'i.O- IN I'l'MI !"' T r rddltlon, nu- .(- -t d it..;"..l ,.r.;jt. Stnill rash pnviu'iil. S. tii'."n-d- . 11. SMITH, room '.., OMni.'r 1 lo. . l t V7)h"h aT k- - t ;m I'l l f iV i'i i n f:s 7n-v- - r nt. irlmr .lr". .i h.n.'n h m jwliint -i- Ttm. n: n! yt itn l iti h D'.v. Il.iltl ii lt T rnm away Udivii. A litrcm W. It. U., Timot n(tli', or IJvnh Vm kk vFaT" n kT k"n m ii kd T front c.ill at IU' N. 1st Kt. "f'VK KRNT-Kl'lNlst- ANl fNV't'U-- nthed r.jom at J.7 Kant r'lfiU Hoiitli . ithsisiikh mxM! with inuutt at T m South Malu uet. Knuma ntliglo or ftl IU. fOR U HiM'HK OK I'll'-- tt'PII rmilllH. Hll Ill''iw tliol'lll fT Apply ttt : W'Mt Kir it 8 ItB. " lOK KENT I KfltNIBIir.D KOOM, lit. f Inquire IU W. mh south. tf LXIH ttENT-TW- D ttmiSTrt. ONE Kt'll-- r nlchr.l tf ilMlrnl. Iii'iulre at Hmif nl, Rhne hture or on pr.'UHM . U and BIN lirlKlmm f.wt. M: "i B RKNT- - AN 'Vf:'(SAV KrUNISIII P 1' Ihiuw. rlift.t ruiwti" and Ur.i una I'lurk from tlm post oltlre. Lnnulri. Tit K. l'lrst rtimtti Htrwt. v w HF.NT TxilV m 111 A IIOUBr! 'lMKMH r)by tho day. wwk or montli. Ilmiiw u. t and rlran. Turma roawmahlti. No. sw V. HoiiVU Tempi. IVKKF. N T V A K IU N 1 llottHK, ir unfurulalird. bn.l in.:nwtl-wnd-iiitabllhcd thirty prmau"it tKiardxrm. Apply to VJH Souih l lrit r.au 1 t ' K N I H H K l)A P A UT M K N TSi KOI OT.k-- tlmrn- - ;cHil, airy. rinnfirtati) and itnnt. lint naatnmtili. K.iiiir of Mri. Wiiiimn. Cului" blo. k. H.ilt I.uh" Ciy. THE "schwbitzbrI CLOAK M SUIT C q 2v jp 2r . 55 Main St ret, t. SOW City The Only Exclusive Cloak and Suit House In Utah. NEW GOODS --NEW STYLES! Special flotices Advertisements under this head 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 in this column can have their an-swers addressed care of The Times. 'uulvtlc. UTMr7nAT"rKlT'rTK. A. M. HUtM Wednnwlay In each innmh, at Manonio ball, at H p. m. companion w cordially lurltdd to "Ui JACOJ1 J. OUr.KNF.WALP, M, E. H.P. Pni.tr HitiW. rkxsreWrr. " MAtON.H. VvA"TrituiViC''NOTArr a, m V KaKUlar comuvniit-atlo- m hnid at lh Hail the oid KrhUy of each month. Member "stir "' "Jowrulna brelhrn In giM nndini( n cordially ItivHcJ toaiteud. Atnil.l'H ANDEItHON, W. M. J. MaiH, I MOHtAfl I.itUilK NO. . A P. A. t J MT.UeKillrcoinin;iio atbnu held at Haaniilfl hall, Kant Tempi" etrwef. tlin bmcohiI Montay of each motiih. lottvll of ulster lodtf- and (.ojotirnlinr hrelliivn Is Kood umllu .;;),ut.t w CHHIHTOI-HS- Uikdu hc; rrl iry. A fl COM M A K ) F, II Y. NO, t, KNt ill lM UT Tnip!ar. KLOct r.mniavea held at hilt, on (he firm Tteo'sd iy of each iivm h, nt 1 oV. It. Vititnij KiiUtti's ;ir rnrt wlf invited to attend. A. M. UttAh' f. la. O. 1'Hli.ir i.'iioih, f;c.'ont..i-- . ' KCE'.TA U)lx;K. N '). 9. A P. A A M. A ht.ncd nrn. miiuic.-itlon- held at Mi.nlo lull he nrt Tueinl.i'-I- no tj month. Veinimra I of ri.r li.Ie and w.i iinntiiK brethren lu good utandlM am mrdlally iovi'ed to jtneml ('. K. VAHIAh, VV.M. M. C. PHil.t.iea. H ' leiary. TKMPhf, I'V It i.NiHt Wrif'K cLTi'.A:; k't ' op " n.ANiiT'T.. no i. in.'t at 'I'emi'le o; llo or hi. 1. o"r t ttal! milMuer ev.-r- ThurHila? e' 'if hK at ttt. III. VUltllllt brtnr r.irdtady invH"! (1 J HW.tr.rV. W. 0, f. W. H Woon W, It. rpHK WKWTKH.M 8l'AB fO' N tr, No. I. 1 T. ot II iid T. m"t at 1 emp! of Honor hall. ovr Ik rl tmiili bmiilin rve-- y Meriml nnd fourth Tnenlav of ei-'- i ire.hih at a p. 111. VJaitlna coinnanlonarordi'iilv In "Ited V it H .ill Han. V Clf C. TtJJtW PU!Mlt'KK8WA?i'rKD AT NO. 4'J i I W. Second South at runt. ViANTKr)" a (;oon on i, poiiortriKUAt, bouae work at b't l.at ThirU Hn itli street. "' X1T ANT Tf)"BOKKOVV f.TuOo" RfirUUED ON V Inilde priiperty. 8. P. beKNCEii, upstairs, sm S. Main St. 1TANTKn-WAI- ST ANb SK1HT HANHS, tatiren 1 v Klua to If undrwu. ID lit No. 10 J Went utreei. I' TVrATKlTTA TlIKh POlt OEMintAT. imuefwork at N. ! Hlxth Last nircui, tietivomi lirigliMn r.rnt 'fiiilh. xiv'TKU-PrAH- CUAM 7.1ll.l.Wlu6i!TS Grctit, West iu com-nan- Imiuire at rooin iJ, Vaili-- liot.ai col-t.i- AVAWTEU-t- t: l.'F.KTS IN 1'Pt'Bl.K EH-- lev bookkeeiHuw, tantht by oiac-tir-on reieuiar IKielti. buy or nvrinnu. Harry It. itrownu, Xiert ar- oufiluut.. 9AI Mam ilUvet. 1T45tKIVKK'K1' IKTEKN MKN AT Utah I4tu and ( e.r,:mt compaiiv'ii quarry, north of Warm W ploynient at a to Sl.'S, jier iuty. OHlce Wont Pirot South. 1rANTKDAT ONC- K- IiINISO-ROO-V L'lrlK. woman cooiih. chamtiermHMa. dnh waehere, nurne trlrls, lantirtreewH, and rflrli (or general housework. Hmheat wages paid and belt placea, at Mm. employment oltlce. rtw Went Kirt South atreot. F. Auerbach & Bra 114, I40 & I40 Main Street. I EXTENSIVE ADWiMSl " L " 11 i Milium Bill if n i To our Stow i;eres:,ilatC3 the removal of the "West Wall ant! :r.ay us to c.".se our ;,.re U mj..ic tint-- : during bupterr.ltcr. To avuiJ taryin over any Sum-mer (jfK'd;. wc aniKHincc ;t "CLEARANCE SALE!" Every article we offer is .sua- - to ro if SfMim dirab!-- ; goodi at co .t t co:it will m ike them go. OTTIS MOTTO : ....., ..,, , .,, IT "Nrvrr U curry go.Hl.i Into nrU w rd ..-- cv, r known In ihi city " Sandberg's new sofa bed is just the thing for offices. Sandberg Furniture company, 108 W. South Temple street Solo AeencyPor Dr. Jaegar's Sanitary woolen under wear of which we have a full line. Send for catalogue. Bast-Xekj'- Mercantile Co. Hatters and Fifnishers. 143 Main street. Wanted. All kinds of second-han- household goods at Etchison & Webbers, Ul First East street. Co oan. IUkSSm ON KEAL K3TATB. I First mortiairx; no delay. Harris i Har-r- t, room 7, Utan Natiotal Hank building. rpo J.OAS--f.'- ) TO 1,0 A V OS Itot;HR-- hold (.oods. p:a-i.n- , etc.; alo on j"iti-l- . dtnmotdl and .nal mrHto of all Hi" Lo iU & Trunt Co.,tiW' i bomb Main St.. . ycrcottal. THI .APKllpIiTATATMOW-l-.K.S- . II. C 1 CofTln llardv.ari' Co. I'TNiriioLS, ntNTioT. opptee house. M EAb O AT K. QCIOK H ir l ire Co. '"hit tfMorxTAiNTeei ;hkam thkicZ- - V ers. K. C. ( ofna Hardwaie Co. TTvFkhuih ckkf btov.s AND RAXC-E9-. 0 cb( aj. at K, I' Co tin Hardware O. TjT.itsoN aiT- - i" mitsciiLKfi eo."Rrft; 1 mlt Vlnyard wli.ea are pure ati'l.l m U, jioHtofnce. rrTpXTOSIC HAf.L NO. M PAST BKOOSli I South, la iberM.t place n town, and knepa the b:r of Ixscr an-- everythlna. EM WATEfri-iliTPJW- . KVi:i!Y PAM-- lly nuln-- : hyd-a- atr anoa Id ha.-tbe- ra They sr n.e.p ea- - !' a'tacb-- d and effective. E. C. e..ffn Hardware . J'lHi'.I'M ,V11, K. Of ('. KVIi;HT1 OP PYTMfAH, rr lAIMNTHK LOO' S NO. f. IC. OP l, f'ef-- ' i lilart'or.i-en'lon- i ...vary Monday arenlm, tSp. in.. InCe-ol- HU. HI" fluhllil'. Hi lourniaz KniuM c.ru'aUy 'ni'd b; atu:,d, W. M. rtiai.rv. K. of t;. 8. K"orPY"M' il7sT.Vt NO. 1. It op I ,,h.' errr T'e:: ndny eve'j:i at ' i o'clork lii ("leifa II.UI. r.l.aOiuf.Hatl Men-berao-tbe or5er are rordiilly lpi'd to at A lirntrt. K. cf It A S. IiO U. N' i. (. K. 'P P. Hurfulaf MVKTI.E every T.ueday eTciiluu H Mi In KiK '''til' Hall Hojounilu uuubt, conu,i.y 'r?I;;;l4iaa J, L. Lfnaa. K. of K ANfi i.nt out r, it or""p h F.e r r.u I'ot'H'rpltloicoP I TA'I NO TaaT. M' j on itefi,t and trr1 We.lio-a.ta- f of each mcnth. at Emporiu-r- - HaU. Y'o'.V.'o1?'' i. nr.'). W It ( H. - IH. K. P;IM.JI..t;l. Pd.SS OK AMI.IStCA. IMTKlfrfllVoat ;A, me, evwr Pr.nJf " T,:"",. ,,f Honor Halt. Mam and ""' ' fio)ouri,lC4! f.U aie o,tiA.r lnvltod to attend. WM ,jt,ASvAV. Prealdent A. ), flABiirrr W'rv-- 7 D. Hlrachler Co. Depot Summit Vinyard Grape Co. California. 213 Main, next to postofi.ee Have placed in line large assortment 'bIt-Tekk- Mekcastile Co, Hatters and Furnishers. 142 Main street. do to Morrison,' Merrill & Co. for west. Telephone 501. p5T Silks I Uncm! tc, Etc n nrO ;.V. ..i . ... iji in.,., th. 1 lot Lili"V Umbroi t'r"l tr rt-- 20 of liluek liomlng t --c.. worth p.-c- -a ( u mrfm ()!( t 1 la iigiir,'! Linn tnwwt 10c.. KMV.. MiWao-lU-l- 2 '" .. , ,,, ... cl,,r.( i'i."i r .t'ii,-'t TrnnU KI.tni!i at lixr , worth ami ha.l " l.'e worth if. Kxtr line buk Miipe TennU Hnn.-- I QCy- - Ladie$' Outinj Cloth Blouses i Lot at 6oc., worth - f 1.00 I Lot at Jt, worth - I1.75 Children's Gint'ham Drrsscs. Aijc 2 to 10, at HALF I'KICL! Boy 1 Clothinj Department! '02 In Cotton!. Suit, ,t won! Children'. i'.nln Cloth Kuiu l" ONE PRICE TO ALL. ESTABLISHED 1861. AVE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD. F. AUERBACH & BRO. Piles. Pile. PH. Piles cured without pain or detention No charge until rare from business. j , effected. Consultation and hundred ion free. Refer to over one cured by me .n Ii who have been, lake city within the last to ears. FWula fissure, rtrictur. ulceration ami all other diseases of the rectum ' treated successfully. 1)b. Chaules Thompson. h Building. Sandberg's Furniture company, iosIv South Temple street and see the the sofa bed; the finest thing.n market. oflcdding" beds ftnd four "f ied furniture, new styles, n call- - I EAUfi'PVI- - ' U V I AT Ml It H.l7( rt.T!a. arlor, V..t I n South Mreet, foiirr.xrs at of Ijlrmroode,- furniture ore pK!;HONAL-Aft.K- nf r."i:';cTP,N lnfourro'ir-- - and Manual Train :;-- '. at..H-- Lae Ar..iitny AnplyWE. Htnn-r- , pr.n:liwl. : Tfi.rd l lERT' NAI."t)hT":. VW.;E!t. HOOM t ST. '.fen. H'i'ei c . -'-- i tn ial:e. of Vr. Uver and XI m-y . r .aiet. c.f.-.r-" f ). ii.roiuc tstmuK. in pra- - ti-- e for ye r.'' ! S - ' : ' ' ' T i I . a I puti o hrtlnu .ln te,.o;r. u r K f!,r I fm ' r-.- l e t r, "I'-p.- , V.ut I.- n ...rirnt n n . . r b ie n so- n .. lo ba ' to hin d rl"t He P. ) ; mt..o Cait ririwl gr&Te mu-l- c sto.e If i ; per act. ,.i duunn tto-- t i.p: K ;H Iii : ell.r: or am.! am i a!i Viara-tite-- open P tor morning. I.Tons Cice-k- . iV W. l hcelth M. Don't forgtlorv7removed t 67East Second thsstateCo The best 507ent telin town, 30 cents at the Tf T. . a pound at the lawn chairs 75 cents, New York Silk unexet-Tlc- "bv hat. will arrive tomorrow. andi s BA't-Tf.uK- r Mercantile and. Furnishers. 142 Main street 0V Ortlc. J. Oit-ur- I'. Fiat i rt frmih. J- - tastp.pi-i- rm-- n ast rivr. . vrff a si) W. VoKt. r- i h -- rd . ,rrSALP CHEAP-O- NE HCSIKE eMoi're of beea. and aitar Apply at t at.d t .treeu. should see the new sofa bed aSdbersr s Furniture companj, 108 W.S outh TcmjBtreet bicycle for wle snfetv chlap rembroke's,JSComnierc,aUt. of honsehold Wanted-lwo- rth goods. Bakses&Co::39-'- ! IfyouwanTioTdsat eastern prices, go to the Fair- - 'Hi ' r.entleroen wishing clean and spotless , . 142 Main street. jttdges Step in and Eoad a Chapter prom the Eiot Act to the Jocks. e' TEMPEST ON THE TEAOK. a Allen's Driver Deposed and the Settle S. Mma't Taken From His Perch. ( onday was a riotous day on the The judge took the dilemma ,th horns and a lesson on turf dis-jli- e Ha9 administered that will have lSt a tendency to correct the frail-sma- ll or serious, that invariably vale themselves with n meeting, programme for tho day included e races, the first a free-for-a- ll pace brought Elder Lucas, Blondo and ,p to the wire. Tho splendid ieveraeats of Lucas anil the bursts need that were manifested by hira nnatigral day placed hira at the box jvorite. This popularity was do-.jl-ephemeral howevor, for but tickets had been delivered when speculators gathered at the prowess ilonde, who sold for $25 with Pomp slo and Lucas begging for backors The gong finally sounded and r heats were paced with the follow-resul- ' ,' Blonds s 1 ' J- - 3S3 rider Lucas 3 3 3 2 He,:31, 2:35, 8:V4, 3:80. n the mixed race open alike to trot-an- d pacer four candidates appeared cleToby, the Hitchcock entry being only trotter, with Lydia Allen, Ben irison and Blackbird as competitors, ilia Allen took the first heat and then what appeared to the judges as an iraple of race course iegerdermain back to fourth place a position that s repeated in the third. This brought th a howl that reached the judicial ic ami on the eve of tho fourth heat owner of Lydia Allon was summon-t- o the stand. He was informed that wis who held the laces over the sup-- i Lvdin would not permitted to mount tin that day whereupon Mr. Peudle-- i replaced him and confirmed the dom and propriety of the judges' Mtion. The horses then got off to a il start Lydia Allen and Blackbird Ming a close hub until the quarter cteh was entered when Blackbird to the rear the mare followed by tele Uoby shot tinder the wire with in Harrison on the wrong side of the jr. In the tilth and decisive heat Ly-- i led from start to finish and having od up three heats to her credit took e race. Following is tho summary: fila Allen ; 1 M i J n kblrd 3 1 1 3 3 n Harrison 2 2 4 0 He Toby 3 3 8 3 2 rime: 2:36H, 2:32, 2:36, 2:35!i, 2:42. - The unseating episode in the preced-grac- e aud the ensuing result had eated considerable demoralization in e vieinitv of the nool box and the less was a hard one. Nettie S. had st accomplished a feat by which all rnier records were lowered and if mitted there was no doubt as to her 'ility to win. Sunday in the face of ese facts was played for first nlace, id the crowd grew suspicious. To a an up a tree it was quite evident at the race was to be decided the pool box and . not i the track. A start was finally Eected after an almost endless amount jockeying, with Sunday in the lead id the Nettie S. mount almost pulling sr head back into her neck. This was mtinued until the wire was readied hen Sunday went under ahead, the we in the meantime having been illed in between some of the other rse. and sustaining an ugly cut on k ankle. The job was too palpable force on the public and a general ish was made to the track where riot ignedia the most orthodox fashion, patrolman interceded and attempted hold the crowd in subjection. They anted the rider's scalp and were to have it. Pandemonium igned until Manager Gillespie and olonel Dyer, who had been in 'nsultation, motioned the frenzied irong and declared the heat oft. decision was met with a urricane of cheers and as it as too late to run the heat off, the antest was suspended until today. 1'he episode has created a great deal ' indignation among the patrons of the Jrf and has been the leading topic in atunda and resort. It is lucidly however, that jobbing will t be tolerated by the management n(i that the speculator's judgment hall not be deliberately overridden by exigencies around the pool box. The programme today embraces the "finished race and two trotting con-'t-including the free-for-a- ll that will one of the most thrilling events of he meeting. Charlie Hilton is favor- 's in the pools at $20, with I. Jay S. ng at $15, James F. at $10, Georgia J osier at $10 and the field at m he second race Ben Davis and Byron mith divided the favoritism, each rmmanding $15, while Ben Williams n,i Dennis Ryan were knocked off at , Pa:n ... . The attendance, is larger than on any ''Oviousday, the excitement of Tester-- having awakened an interest in the innnished race that has made it one ol e leading attractions. NOTES FROM PARK CITY. Pake City, Sept. 0. Special Stephouson, of the Worthland mine is in I urk City again looking after the of the mine. C. F. AmieU came up from S:tlt Lake yesterday to took over thu telephone lines in Park City. Misses Lussie, Allie and Minnie Snuthson of Salt Lake ate in Park visiting with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mid-doo- Mr. John Haunan and wife of Salt Lake, are taking in the mauy places of interest in Park City. Two victims of drunkenness were arraigned bei'ora Justice Hayte todav, for partaking too freely of' the oil "of gladness, and lined $r each. Park City has been unusually quiet for the last few days, awaiting the ar-rival of Mr. Chambers to circulate his many checks among his employees. C. Wurtcll, one of the owners of the Park City Hank, is in town from Evans- - ton. ' The following names were registered at the Park City Hotel today. E. Khem-strom- , San Francisco; G. Young, Mis-souri; E. A. Marvon, Lincoln, Neb.; C. F. Annett. Salt Lake; C. Wurtell, Evanston; W. C. Harry, Snake Valley; S. J. Sehneitcr, Midway, Utah. The Ontario mine shipped today 192.700 pounds of tirst-clas- s ore. The Crescent shipped 2fl,7O0 pounds con-centrates. ' Joe Young, superintendent of the Utah Central, and party, were sight-seers in the Park They visited all the mines and places of interest, returning in the eveiunc to the metropolis. Sunday afternoon a largo number of people witnessed a horse race on tho race track, between Voicot's Peanuts, and Combaw's Grceuleaf mare. The race was closely contested, and was de-cided in favor of Peanuts. A fire was discovered in a Itarn Sun-day, but was put out before any dam-age was done. Park City has shipped during the last week up to Sunday, September lith, 1.T41.750 pounds of ore, divided among the producing mines as follows: An-chor, lfl,8o(); Ontario, NIO.IOO; Cres-cent, 208,200; Daly, 201,700; Jiggers, M.OOO. Ore shipments today: Ontario 110,-70- Anchor 52,400. M. S. Aschheim has returned from Montana. James Kirvin, a former foreman of the Ontario mine, arrived in Park yester-day evening. Mr. Kirvin was welcomed back to his old home by many of his friends. Yefelerday afternoon Mr. Bader of the Ontario mill, was out for a buggy ride, when his horse became frightened at the locomotive aud upset the vehicle, Mr Bader was thrown out and was scratched up considerable but received no serious injuries. The Salt Luke bicyclo club was in town Sunday. They returned on their wheels in the afternoon. Hotel arrivals- -J, N. Porter, Stcwrrt Stephenson, J. B. Thrall. L. Simons. M Dresscldorf. Rev. F. W. IN orris and wife R. II. Brown, C. Deitricks, (r. L. McElvin. Sat Luke City; John Moran T. R. Kiddcil, Chicago; W. II. CrlZ Geo. B. Whitney, C. W Tewg-by- , Denver, F. W. Young, San Francis-co- - W. A. Lewis, St. Louis; H. P. Whe-lm. Butte. Montana; A. W. Whitford, Nebraska. . liut Tiro Claim.. Some lime i:go the senate passed a resolution calling for information with respect to any cases which might be be-fore United States courts in the west in-volving tale to Spanish or Mexican pri-vate laud grants. The replies re-ceived show that Colorado is the only state having any such cases in court. District Attorney John 1). Fleming of Colorado, iu his letter to Attorney General Miller, says there are but two cases upon the dockets of the United States courts of his district w hich in-volve the validity of any private land claims. These are suits by the govern-ment against the Cleveland and Colo-rado Cattle company aud B. F. McDan-ic- l for the purpose of abating fences claimed by the government to be upon public land, and by the defendants to be within the Las Animas Mexican land grant. This grant, which was made origin-ally to Cornelie Vigil and Cerati St. Vrain, was confirmed by congress in lWiO. to the extent of twonlvtwo leagues square. The cattle company and McDanicl set up title to some 4,000,000 acres, tho whole of the original grant. Circuit Court Judge Brewer, before he was promoted to the supreme court bench, rendered an opinion sus-taining the government's position and declaring the action of congress to bo final. Mr. thiuks this decision will be accepted and that no appeal will be taken to the supremo court. The land claimed is, he says, partly mountainous and partly a roll-ing plain. Some precious metals are found in the mountains and it furnishos good grazing ground. Large deposits of coal are being worked. The plain land is not only good for grazing, but very valuable agricultural land when irri-gated. NOTICE 0i IMSSOUTION. F. IS IIKREHV HIVKN THAT TIIK NOTlt hcr totori' ii-tl- n r tietworti William HarliiW ;ul t ianu K. llr.M i. hlun iiaiuti'rs aint ,e(,'i!lo. N.. v.il Rtiuth Main KU-- t. S.ct L:.i' t'iiy. In thin l:y I'V ii.vini Ici.nwnt. Williiun I.. H irl.iw rctin-- from v:d t'mtness. ;m,1 .iani-T- . lU'low tKis his Ue tn Ihmui'i'fiiiiK' Mrta ol I l.ir-lo- AHvaro, cimslming of T. Ilartow mid t'rauk E. tliac. Wu. 1,. H vhi.ow. ( HANK fc. llllAi'K. Pated: September R, IK". The oMIcatlons of thi fnniinr Mrm of Hurlw & Urin e will In-- dinoliiirued hy the now lirm. (iiimtitiit ul an ntxivc sTilpd. and allm ronnts due the (ormcr will be collwitnl by t Uii. r. .1 ank T. ii Htl.OW, KltANK K. IIUAI'K. Patod: Boptomticr 8, ISim. r NOTICE Salt Lakk City, IHali, September 4, 18W. To Whom it may concern: My vita Eldrldic. huvtnif itt my t't-- and hoard with-out can si', I will not be responsible for any de.'ts contracted by her from this diite. Pr. H. i. The World Jtenunno.i ( bickering l'lanon Chickering & Sons desire to call par-ticular attention to their new scales in upright piano fortes, tho most perfect instruments in the world. They are all constructed on our new system which guarantees their standiug in tune as well as the grand pianos and are sup-plied with our now patent repeating action, which given to tho performer an exceedingly rapid, prompt, elastic and powerful touch with tone pure and clear. At the Paris exposition they were awarded tho cross of the' legion of hon-or, it being tho highest award ever given to any piano manufacturers. The F. E. Warren mercantile com-nnn- u nrn tho manufactory agents for Utah, Idaho and Wyoming. Their stores are a No. 10 East Second South street, Salt Lake City; new bank build-ing, Ogden; 121! Main street, Cheyenne, Wyoming, and Main street, Boise- City, Idaho, where they carry a full nnd com-plete line of these famous pianos, all of which thev are selling at eastern prices, freight ad'ded. They also carry a full line of Everett, Fisher and other ntake of pianos, and the old reliable Story & Clark organs. They sell any of their instruments on the installment plan if desired. F. E. Warren Mercantile Co. Flxtumn For 8 tie. G. F. Culmor & Bros, oiler for saloall the fixtures used in their grocery de-partment, consisting of counters, shelves, special show cases for leaf, ami coffees, stands, racks, .candles, etc. Must sell this wfiek.? Great bargains. Mri. Christy Has her early fall styles in, at 31 West First South. Dancing Academy. Prof H. B. Younger will reopen his dancing acadeaiv for ladies and gentle-men on Wednesday, Sept-17- , at his ha! No 21 west Second South street. All those who wish tolearn the art of dane-iin- r will please be on band the opening nb.t 11. H. Younoku, Notice. Dancing Master, Parties holding our due bills are re-quested to present them at once as we closing out our grocery depart-ment are entirety. G. F. Ci'lmer & Bhos. Fall nd Winter Stylri. I ha7e just returned from the east with a full line of cloths which I im-ported especially for my trade and s. Yours respectfully, Jos. Bausioakten, The Tailor. Mothers. Attention ! School hascommenced. For ten days will offer our scnool suits, all ages, Tt eastern cost. - F. Auekbach Bbo. Where can I buy a cheap lot on monthh payments, with no interest for seven months, near eet,w line, and can get a flowing well of pure a cost of $42. St). WAnswer-- In Desky's Second Action. Office 32-3- h - i SPECIAL OFFER. j F ,i,.t, )j5 South Main Street. lflo'xltlo feet, corner Second and M south and east; e ose 10 street, facing j electric cars; easy payments; !' feet, factnsr east on Lighth East! just south of Fifth South; line Bhffiffl0 feet on Seventh East, between Firs? and Second South; fine shade, orchard, etc.; $5000. feet, with good house, barn city water, shade, fruit, etc.; easy payments; tVM- - 10 acres south of city, J0. J . r . J A. R, 230 Main street. Salt Lake City, Utah. Ttmeaan-- plaw f Hell. Piaa'ters1 t.'nt'm-P.ife- rT M'uvlay lt.', room 48, h bulullnu. Main "'HTewer. Vnlon-f'- mil anl Pairth Tues tin erery ro mih r.-- nn Scott Aueruach lbra.n;:r.M:.l3 Delators- - and fourth Pr:dar erery month. m'U i f's- Main ir- -i nlo.'-Hr.- t and third S.turdara eZ'ri inontn. Pund- - J.reW.t-nWn-Ftr.- l and third Thurs- - ??nlW' ""9 pren.ualy Ml "VylUrraphical fnlon-- rj Sunday of erery "fiZZ. rnloo-Pt- ra Mo;.iay ry uioiita al aoiuepl pr.Pialy avj. erenmir Tempi" m "w I.arirer. and T.arr.t-r- a- Pnlor H --ir.rrier.. ."iar.df.ir!b MouAay. ea. S month to the Temple"" M itJ' . n tt w bHhmeattera fnlon--fVwl an4 (Wl M,mlZr A. V. w hall. lirt. aad sit.rn-.aj- ' t nion-En- ery alter-T-.- t "r.dy at K- "f P- hail. eimrt and f.eirn auodaye at ih.' r'r7irnt.re th Fed-rat- ed room a,e" tec uuildac. Uuu euwt. lumber nd Cement. of mber hMd-in- g The best assortment material and brands ol jgl"hhand " American cements constantly corner fcecond South andATrl wVst streets. Prompt de- - liverv. Colon Pacific System. Mountain Division. On and after Sept. 1, 1890, Garfield Jeaeh trains will run as follows: Leave Arrive Leave Arrive, HLake Garfield Garfield Salt Lake 10am9:25am 11:45am 12:30 pm l0;45 am li:30am 2:45pm 3:30pm ';pm 2:15 pm 2:55 pm 4jLP" lpm 3:30pm 5:10pm lapm SlOpm 5:55 pm 7:45 pm P w :45pra f7:30pm 9:00pm tl):4opm (Mondays and Tuesdays excepted, ''aily. except Snndav. Tickets for sale at Wasatch building, fcmer Main and Second South sts, and " depot. Fare for the round trip 50ets. S. W. EcCLfeJ. G. P.