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g THE SALT LAKE TIMES. TUKSUAY, 1ULY 6, 1890. j ou the interest on its first mortgage bonds, of which there are $3,465,000 outstanding. A. F. Palmer, who succeeded J. O. Briukerhoff as superintendent of the Kansas division of the Union Pacific, was formerly his assistant. Mr. Pal-mer's headquarters uro at Wallace, Kans. MffllWCAR. Superintendent Welby of the Eio Grande Western Making His Erst Inspec-tion Tour Over the Line. ORDERS FOR NEW. BOX CARS. Some More Union Pacific Ohaiiges Miles of Railroad Built During the first Half of This Year. Onoral Manager Hesseguie of the Union Paeilie is to have a new cur. Tho car was built at the Omaha shops and will arrivo nt Hall Lake in a few days. It is said to' be ono of tins iinest of its kind and is at tho same time a car built for service. Mr. Hosseguio's old car is entirely too small. Ho is at present in Idaho, in-specting tho various lines of that divis-ion, and to Accommodate the party with him was compelled to take two cars. His new car will contain accommoda-tions for eight persons and will be lilted out in tho handsomest stylo throughout. Welby's First Impection Tour. A. E. Welby, the new superintendent of tho llio Grande Western, has gono out on an inspection tour over the company's lines. On Saturday he ac-companied General Manager l)odgo to Grand Junction. Today he was met at Green River by C. Selby, roadmaster; J. A. Fastabcnd, superintendent of bridges and buildings; and T. J. Guinn, trainmaster and superintendent of tele-graph. They will make a thorough in-spection of tho lines and will be gone about three days. Union I'arllle Change!. R. R. Southcrland has been appointed assistant superintendent of tho Union Paeilie, with headquarters at Beatrice, Neb. He will have authority over the Omaha ft Republican Valley road be-tween Manhattan and Valley. Tho portion of tho road between Valparaiso and Stromsbnrg will bo operated by tho assistant superintendent of tho Kansas City and Omaha district, whose ollice is at Fairfield, Neb. General Freight Agent Whitney. F. B. Whitney, who, Tuesday, became general freight agent of the Missouri river division of the Union Paeilie road, is about 38 years old. He first attracted attention in railroad circles when gen-eral agent in Omaha, in 1WH0, lor the Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha, When John A. Munroe, who was then assistant general freight agent, came to the Union Pacific, Whit-ney suecoeded him an. I went to St. Paul. He only remained theroashort tine until the Union Pacific demanded his sorviees ami again hefollowed Mun-roe as assistant general freight agent in charge of tho Kansas Pacific division at K msas City. Teltbets' Latest Promotion. The c't.'cular announcing J. S. Teb-bel- s' promotion has reached Omaha and it reads as follows; ' The management of Ihe coal properties, In-cluding mines and all tho co'il imprests of the Uni m Pacllio Bystem, exclusive of the pur-chasing and handling of coal for company use, is hereby constituted a separate departinent, to be known as the Union Pacific coal depart- ment. "Mr. J. S. Tebbets is hereby appointed gen ernl manager of the Union Paclllu coal depart' nient. ' General Manager Tebbets will report to this ollico. 'Vice-Preside-nt Holcomb will take the requisite steps aud Issue all orders to necessary make this order effective from and after July 1. "C1iAit1.ES F. Adams, President." The Depot Blown Up. Tho Union Paeilie freight depot nt MUford was blown to pieces bv an ex-plosion of giant powder. The ruins were instantly enveloped in flames and all efforts to save anything wore fruit-less. Tho loss of goods in storaao will amount to several thousand dollars. The roundhouse was only saved by thu most vigorous ell'orls. , There wore several narrow escapes, and except for the fact that tho clerks aud men hud just started to dinner, several lives would have been lost. Men sitting on tho platform were thrown in all directions, and it seems a miracle that uo one was injured. Tho railroad company lost all their books and records, and had it not been for tho heroic ell'orts of C. W. Satlino, chief clerk, and Fred Savajro, ware-houseman, tho money ami tickets would have gouo nlao. In making a second effort to save the records Mr. Sadine was blown from the ollico win-dow by a second blast and was slightly bruised. The Work of Extension. Thu Uuiou Pacific company now has a largo force of men actively at work building the branch line ilown the Gramlo Hondo river, commencing at La Grand. About fifteen miles of track have already been graded and that stream will bo followed until the Suaku is reached. Tho Oregou & Wash-ington railroad is also doing a good deal of work at tho upper end of tho valley, many men and" teams being kept busy prcpariug the grade for tho steel. KailwAy Notes. Resident Engineer McCartney of the Union Pacific will return tonight from Portland. Harry Duell jr. is to be Union Pacific ticket agent iu Salt Lake, with Fory Eceles as his assistant. At St. Louis Judge Thayer has or-dered the sale of tho St. Louis, Arkan-sas & Texas railroad, to meet certain debts. All western lines aro ordering addi-tional grain cars in anticipation ofhfcavy crops. Tho Santa Fo has given an or-der for 1400 now box cars. S. II. Slinson, who has for some time been clerk iu tho Rio Grande Western general offices, is now contracting agont for tho Burlington route. Tho Kansas City 'Frisco" offices have been absorbed by IheSautaFe management and all the'Frisco business is now being done by tho Santa Fo agents. Tho Sau Antonio aud Arkansas Pass railroad is understood to have defaulted THE SALT LAKE TIMES. TnK TIMES' Telephone Number U 481 The office of Tni Times Is located at No. li Commercial street. Ivooal mention in this column will be carried t itb cenU per line each insertion. . TUESDAY. JULY 8, 1800. - Drink Phos-Furrou- the great nerve, blood and brain tonic. Oil draught at the Z. C. M. I. drug store, 112 and 114 Main street. Only live cents. Choice maple syrup, the finest in the land, llamoud's choice hams and bacon new goods and choice fruits arriving every day at C. B. Durst's. 72 find T4 E 2nd South St. Drink Phos-Ferron- the great nerve, blood and brain tonic. Ou draught at the yi. C. M. I. drugstore. 112 and 114 Main street. Only live cents. noma ! UNION:1 PACIFIC Ticket Office Has Been Removed to Wasatch Building, Corner Main am Second South Streets. The UNION PACIFIC is the ONLY Line Kunnjn. Through Car Service to Missouri River, Chicago and St Louis Without Change. S. W. ECCLES, C. S. MELLEN, General Passenger Agen General Traffic Manager. t 251 South Main Street. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MYRTLE NO. 1, WILL MEET AT Gr-- u- - IB. Sail, Every Tuesday until further Notice. AlLL KNIGHT3 INVITED. E. M. WADE, See. FOK SAI.K. r SALE CHEAP-ONrUN- TT Glomes of bees, and fixtures i.mfv Seventh West and Seventh South streets. F0K. SALinK-t-h!e1, 10--NO FIN EK FuilHin, ; bmi,L. city water; 11700; 'only m ensS, aS'8pefCCnt- - W' E- - Hubbard: rI X)K SALE-VE- RY CHEAP, NEW KUEM ture, 130 per cent below wholesale . cook and one parlor stove, re fiterator 'th bedstead, chairs, carpets,' e . days only room 10. BS East First South str JTOH LEASE OK SALE MxSoTEFrlVlTi back round ' ond "dJoiiiiuit on Sf South, between Second and Third VW south front, next to Befrgs Lumber Co Bit ton, Qroesbeck & Co.. Wi South Main street BooijcnEjr " " UTAH CHAPTER, NO. 1, R. A. MTstlT held on the first VVedneiiV in each month, at Masonio hall, at 8 p m s tend1"8 coml'i"llons are cordially fiivit'etl ti JACOB J. GREENEWALD, MSHP Ph up Bhioqs, Secretary. KNlQHTgTlgyTOTA- S-pALANTHE LODGE "NO. S. kToFpn Vo "''""Conventions every Monday eveum-a- t 8 p. in,, In Castle Hall, Walker OpVra Horn, Si'f".118- a- tteSnodJ.ournlng Knights cordially C. W. COFFALL O. C. , W. M. Risi.Br, K. of It. & S. ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 3, K 01 every Thursday evenlmr at 7;i p clock. In Castle Hall, Walker Opera Hou, buUdlUK. Members of the order are coraialli Invited to attend. ARTHUR HAIG11, C C A. BurhckJC of R. & S. MYRTLE LODGE NirOCOFlTTteFiila every Tuesday eveninii a 7 :30o;clock;. Castle Hall, Walker Opera Hun building. Sojourning Knights cordially in vlted to attend. E. U. WADE, C. C J. L. Lucas. K. of R. S. 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 2 5 cents. ' Parties advertising in this column can have their an-swers addressed care of . The Times. Drink Phos-Ferron- the great nerve, blood and brain tonic. Ou draught at the Z. C. M. I. drugstore, 112 and 114 Main street. Only live cents. Tho Lace House. Wo desire to announce th at o u r ge e ral sale will positively be discontinued after Saturday,' July 12. Drink Phos-Ferron- the great nerve, blood and brain tonic. On draught at theZ. O. M. I. drugstore, 113 and 114 Main street. Only live cents. ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS-pOU-RT PRIDE OF UTAH. NO. 77. Mm J on the first and third Wednesday of esc month, at Emporium Hall. Visiting Urotbre made welcome. GEO. W. AKHMOR,c.. ,C. H. Spkn-ceb- , S. F., P. O. Box 105fl. SONS OF AMERICA. PATRIOTIC ORDER SONS OF AMKKICA A Washington Camp No. ti. P. O. S. of A meets every Friday evening, at 7 :30. in Temii. of Honor Hall, cor,. Main and 1st South if Sojourning Sous are cordially mvltwl ti attend. WM. GLASMAN. President. . .A. S. Bahhett. Recording Secretary. MASONS ASATCH LODGE, NO. 1. A. F. A. M Regular communications held at the M i sonic Hall the second Friday of each montii Members of sister Lodges and sojournlii brethren in good standing are cordially luvltn to attend. ADOLPH ANDERSON, W. M. J. Maj.sh, Secretary. MT. MORIAH LODGE, NO. 2. A.F.4A.) Regular communications held at Mimonl hall, East Temple street, the second Monda of each month. Members of sister lodges mi sojourning bret hren in good standing are cor dlally invited to attend. JOHN B. FARLOW, Vf. M. Chhistopheb Dif.hl. Secretary. UTAH COMMANDERY. NO. 1. KNIGHT Stated conclaves held at Mj sonic hall, on the first Thursday of each monti at 7 o'clock. Visiting Knights are courteounlj Invited to attend. A. M. GRANT, E. C. Philip Bkigos, Recorder. ARHENTA LODGE, NO. 3,"a:"F. A. 51 held at Maaou! hall the first Tuesday In each month. Membr of sister lodges and sojourning brethren n good standing are cordially Invited to attenJ C. S. VARIAN, W.M. M. C. Phillips, Secretary. WANTED. MTANTED--'J DININO ROOM GIRLS AT V Rio Grande Hotel. at SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG 0 lady as bookkeeper or other office work. Best city references given. Address A. R., care of Times. "TANTED-- A FRIEND TO ASSIST ME IN 1 getting to California, or to assist nie In getting a home. Inquire at No. Ill E. Second South street. TV' ANTED "SITUATION (PARTIAL OR I full time) as correspondent or stenographer; best of references. Apply to Goddard & Rowo, IN) Main. VITANTED-A- T ONCE. GIRLS AT THE V Utah Steam Laundry. Apply at 46 S. West Temple street. TVANTED-- A GIRL FOB GENERA L housework at No. 13 Sixth East street, between Brigham and First South. FOIl KENT TOR K K.NT HOUSE OF TEN ROOMS. V No. AW West First South street. Apply to Youugberg, Utah Commercial and SavlUKS bank. TX)R RENT-HOU- SE OF SIX ROOMS AND F stable with large lot,, near corner of Sixth and E si reet. Inquire of J. P. Ilache, Wasatch building, or at Davis & Stringer's, Zi West Second South street. lOR RENT BOARDING HOUSE. FUR- - 1 nished or unfurnished. Good business al-ready established; thirty permanent boarders. Apply to I'.',) South First East. I?OR RENT - ELEGANT FURNISHED 1 rooms at very reasonable prices, Amily to Mrs. Camp's, 433, South Third East. F? heWicely FURNISHED A; frontroom. No. SSI Third East street. FfL?HHR00MS withTboardat South Main street. Rooms slnele or en suite. V' on rent-pa- rt of an office-in- -" quire 15 and Ml Wasatch building. riOR KENT-O- NE LARGE NICELY FUR-- 1 lushed room. Address or call 10s B street. 1 of White House. Owner can have property" C"y Manma' 8 ""Ice and proving WOKKlN'GMEN'S'SOCIKriES. Times and Plaees of Meeting. Operative Plasterers' Union Every MondJ night, room 48, h building, Hsu Brewers' Union Second and fourth Tuff days every month, room 48, building, Main street. Painters and Decorators' Unlon-Secott- daii fourth Friday every month, room 48, Scot' Auerbach building, Main street. Tinners' Union First and third Saturda' every month, room 48, build Ing. Main street. Cigarmakers' Union First and third TOir? days everv montn, room 48, Seott-Auerr-bujlding. Main street. Barbers' Union Third Monday of m?' month at some barber shop previously aeau nated. Typographical Union First Sunday of even month at A. O. U. W. hall. P.essmen and Stereotypes' Unlon-- nr' Monday every mouth at someplace prertousn designated. .,.,., Carpenters and Joiners' Union--- Wednesday evening at Temple of Honor. Hodcarriers. Laborers and Teamsters imm Second and fourth Mondays each montn the Temple on Honor. Tailors' Union On Sunday in A. O. t. Stonecutters Union-Sec- ond and four" Monday of each month at A. O. U. W. and Stonemasons' Unlon-Ev- eij ant nst ! Friday at the K. of P. halL The Federated Trades and Labor W"1" Every second and fourth Sundays t " M hall, room 48, h building, street. nyAt Executive Board of the Federated Council Every Saturday. room4S, bcotx bacn building. Main street. IflOR RENT-O- NE FURNISHED ROOM with nt-- ot parlor aud Suitable for two gentlemen. Call at 77 Vest Fifth T South FriV'1 officB' In'l"ire room Hardware building. T)ONTRENT. TAKEHOUSE6n1n: FO I N I . ON THIRD SOUTHLAND FIRST E AST ladies' purse or companion- hasame - owner by calling at thisofflce PEksQNAT pERSONALDR. C. UNGErTrOOM 1 ST' "yTars8" Chr"'C Prac: LOST. oud Son th street, and get reward for sale! " Satisfaction guaranteed at Empire Steam Laundry, 21 Commercial street. Telephone 94. Wanted All kinds of second-han- d household poods at Etchison & Webbers, 175 S. Eirst East street. Uf.fiV.KKV AGENfV ROCKY MOUNTAIN OEB t West 2nd South Bt, Salt V Utah Territory. We are panyoa the Paoifio Coast. WedlZ all correspondence regarding " for ti market: aie the authorized labor agon" railroad oompanies in this section, , cheerfully answer all correspondence in our General agents for Eastern Patents. largest agency on the Pacifio ( oast. Seattle Offioe, 108 Front Street. Tacoma Office, 1400, Pscino Los Angela, Office, 36 Sooth 8pnMW Butte City Offioe, Morrison Bloct. Denver Offioe, 618 Seventeenth Btress. Call or write. Pikes, Fissire. Fistula, Stricture, Ulcerations and all other diseases of the rectum Cured by Dr. Chas. Thompson, Scott-Auerbac- h Building. For the best tea and coffee in town, go to the Pacific Tea & Coffee Co., 74 West First South. Goods called for and delivered. Em-pri- e Steam Laundry, 21 Commercial street, Telephone 91. HOT WEATHER SPECIAL SALE! 0 THE WORLDllT SUMMER GOOD MUST BE SOLD! SIS DAYS SUMMER GOODS MT Read the following prices. Look at the goods, and if you don't buy it is because you have no money or you do not know the value of SOLD! Men's Straw Hats, worth 50 to 75 els Special sale price 10 cts M Men's Summer Suits iu light brown check, worth $12 Special sale i.riee goods: I; Hanele t Coats and ests. worth $3 - 95 cts f Men's All wool Casstmere suits iu light drab cheek and $435 i Men' extra light Calf ' nriee $1-8- : ery line All-wo- trench Ilanncl Coats and Vests, j - grav stripe, worth m .. Men's hand V"i congress, worth $3 Special sale worth $7.50 ..... $2.25 Men's Fine light colored Worsteds. iigidwVight Cheviot 58,65 congress, worth ii et' ouKla, in lace and m.85 Men's Light colored Check and Stnped Pants, worth !; in 1,1,,,-- and grav. aud imported French Worsted Men's hand welt IC inVi"-"' ?3;v " " $1.10 Allii.f these suits are worth from to $.--. all go at toc row and Zkl and cogs8, i nar-- $3,1: Light colored Custom made I routers, worth $k. . $3,65 j Men's Dongola Tan colored low Shoe, worth (3 .. And hundreds 'oThr utt,M' ' " $1.85 j like reduction" Me,Shl summer shoes at RememberthisHot Weatiier Special Sala oniv t C( t, : . J T1IK SCHOOL CAMPAIGN. .,, The Liberal campaign has begun, und rousing outdoor meetings will be held through-out the- week in the various warts of the otty. Four monstor meetings will be lit-l- Saturday nifcbton and in the immprUutu vii inity of Main tret. The Literal baud, the Lllwral Drum corps, Kent's band, and oilier musical or-- ' gnnlzations will enliven all the meetings Willi music. The best speakers of the Liberal party will address the voters. The fallowing ! the programme of the week: ' Tl.KSPAY WIGHT. Fifteenth and Sixteenth wards-- O. W. 1'ow-i- C. K. Allen, II. V. S. Ferguson. Kl!.'lit.-eutl- i ward 1'. L. Williams, Frank Ilonuvan mid L. K. Hall. Twelltli ward-l'.- Iy. Williams, Frank Hoff-- . man and Major J. V. linulley. WlilJ.VEinAV KIGIIT. Twenty seeoii'l ward (at Nineteenth ward O. V. rowers, Frank Hoffman and John 11. Harris. The sains speakers will also address the Sevenleeuth ward voters at thu Seventeenth ward school house. Twenty-iirs- t and Eleventh wards P. L. Williams, 8. A. Merritt and C. 13. Allen. TlirilRUAY NIGHT. Thlrtetmt h ami Fourteenth wards J. K. Gil-lespie, Judge C. O.Goodwin, Frank 11. Stephens and Judge A. J. Norrell. Klghtli and Tenth wards Judge I'owers, C. 15. Stanton und Judge J mid. KIII0AV NIGHT. Ninth and First wards-- C. E, Allen C. E. Stanton and T. Y. Watupler. Fourth and Sixth wards-- O. W. 'i'owers, Frank B. Stophen and 0. L. Kood. Seventh ward C. S, Varlan, Judge Judd and Judge NoiTell. SATURDAY NIGHT, Four grand meetings near Main street, the places to be hereafter announced. THE COLONEL MEA-S- BUSINESS. He Has Sent for Early .lune Whale Spawn Which Ha Will Plant. Colonel Nick Treweek, whoso love for fresh fish is so intense as to win him the job of "Keeper of the Whales," an ollico recently bestowed upon him by king Neptune, has started in on his du-ties. . "I propose to encourage the business of whaling ou Salt Lake to the extent of iny power," he said to a reporter this morning. "I have already written Delegate Caine to scud me by telegraph a bushel or so of whale spawn which I propose to plant with eclat and clauis. I have instructed him to select the best varieties, choosing tho Early June whale, ono which blossoms in the first balmy davs of springtime, and which bears until vou have to prop up the tree with rails. 1 shall also put in a beautiful mellow golden variety which is said to be At for cooking or eating. I tell you they talk about California be-ing the only fruit producing country on the continent. You just wait until the returns come in from the Salt Lake whale orchard. I expect that by next September it will be easy, under tho fostor.ug care which I shall bestow upon them, for a quiet, steady-nerve-angler with a quart of lish worms and a good sea grass line, to go out and catch enough whales for a mess between dawn and daylight." "Have you taken any steps thus far to protect the present stocky" "Yes. I have been lookirg over the game laws and I have already in the hands of a printer a warning not to sei no for whales after July 14th with seines of lesser mesh than an inch and a quarter. I have also sent an agent to Ogden to capture a supply of Jonahs, which will be gathered from tho debris left by Rex, and which I shall throw over from the pavilion, at Garfield at 2:30 p. ni. on Saturdays and Wednesdays. There will be a special rate made on those days and children in arms will be admitted free in order to warn them against tho evils that come to people who bite off more than they can chew." "You allude to the whales iu this re-gard?" "O, certainly. But I trust you will excuse me now. I have an appoint-ment with Mr. T. A. Davis, whose duty it is to salt tho lake and keep it so, to go with him to a mutual friend who has a stock of condition powders for sale. I intend to strike till the last armed foe expires and will give those whales the best in the shop." Lord Keeper of the Salts. Salt Lake City, Utah, July 8th, 18S0. Most Honorable T. A. Davis, Lord Keeper ot the Salts of the Order of Neptune. Salt Lake City. My Lord : At the installation of officers of the royal Order of Neptune, you were hon-ored with the exalted office of keeper of tho salt. Owini? to your absence you were prevented from receiving the Instructions of the most high and exalted custodian connecting them-selves with the duties of your very Important position. It is your duty to see that the saline qualities of our great inland never diminish. It Is furthermore your duty to provide the royal tables, and ail banquets which may be con-ducted under the cuntrol of our high order, with this most important article. You are also obliged to furnish the lord keeper of the herring fisheries with all the necessary salt required for conducting said fisheries. Tho emblem of your ollice was put in my charge, and I herewith transmit the same, to be worn by you upon all orticial occasions. I am, my lord, yours very obediently, Fhki. Simon, Koeper of the Sharks. Salt Lakb, July 8. 1800. Hon. Fred Simon. Keeper of the Sharks: Deak Sir: It Is with pleasure that I accept the high and honorable position which has. been tendered. It is an office, and I shall endeavor to faithfully perform its aidu-ou- s duties. There is an abundance of ma terial here in the shape of old time salts to keep the Great Salt Lake in an everlasting state of saltiness. I have all the old Salt Lake salts on iny list, and can fumlNh you a supply when-ever required. Saltily yours, T. A. Davis. FOR BETfER SCHOOLS. The Liberal Campaign Opened In the Nineteenth and Twentieth Wards Last Sight, EDUCATIONAL TOPICS DISCUSSED- - Two Bousing Mass Meetings Addressed By Ablo Speakers-Br- ief Summar-ies of the Speeches, Tho Liberal campaign opened last night. Rousing meetings were held in the Nineteenth and Twentieth wards, and the importance of the school ques-tion was urged by the best speakers of the city. Tho Nineteenth ward meeting was held iu tho open air and was unusually good. N. Treweek presided and the music was furnished by the Liberal baud. Judge Powers mado au cxcelleut speech, lie sketched an outline of the territory's possibilities in glowing terms, paid an eloquent tribute to the free school system of tho United States, und spoke hopefully of tho day when Utah's schools will be equal to the best the country can produce. Colonel 'Ferguson paid considerable attention to the new educational bill, whose unlawful features would be mado inoperative by the courts. No religious sect should direct the admin-istration of the schools, and if the Saints had this direction the bad feat-ures of that school bill would be worked in their favor. Voters were urged to appreciate tho necessity of vigilance before an enemy that never sleeps. In speaking of the untrained hood-lums, Jack Kiddle, a co-o- shoemaker, interrupted with a claim that these hoodlums were not of Mormon parent-age. But when C. E. Allen took the stand he was neatly sat down on and silenced. Professor Allen told how, of nearly 8000 children in the city, 31 per cent were In school when ho examined the records, and the school system was in Mormon hands. Over 1000 city chil-dren were in private schools "Yes, and some Mormons, too," said Kiddle. "Because," came the neat retort, "there are Mormon parents who leve their, children better than they do their church." Prof. Allen then detailed the history of school legislation for the last two sessions of tho legislature, showing up the tactics of the church leaders who had said their people were too poor to support a free school system, and yet passed a bill levying an eight-mil- l tax for the same ou seeing that congress would pass a stringent bill if they failed to act. The speaker paid his compliments to the Richards family in no uncertain terms for their work in council, and brought out the clincher I hat wealthy Eighteenth ward, which does not own a shiuglo of school prop-erty, would step iu and share iu the distribution according to tho new law, without expending a penuy. THE TWENTIETH WARD. The enthusiasm at the Twentieth ward was scarcely less marked. Joseph 1 Hates presided. Hon. C. S. Varlan said that tho evi-dent interest of the people in the com-ing school election Was a good sign. New things had been decreed .by tho people in city administration, and now the peo-ple should complete their good work by giving tho children what they are entitled to, a freo education under loyal auspices. Hon. Farley L. Williams gave a his-tory of tho "past twenty-fiv- e years of misrule in school matters, and referred to tho recout school, legislation and to Professor Alum' as its author. Ho drew a picture of the two wards, Twentieth and ,Twenty-tirst- , under Mormon rule having 1800 children with school-room- , by crowding, for barely 800. Judge Towers referred to the of last winter, a battle wou in the teeth of rooted power and mighty prejudice. It is but needed now to g.i forward and complete that vic-tory, Joseph Lipnmau told his school ex-periences under a free school system and urged that Liberal trustees be elected. the democratic rally. Thu democrats held a rally at Sugar House ward. Hou. W. A. L. Smoot presided, (juite a number of speeches were made. Prof. Paul talked ou tho tarilV Dr. Faust proclaimed himself ;i democrat of 40 years standing and said tho time for the dissolution of the People's party had come. Sip Rentier insisted upon the necessity for the drawing or party lines iu tftah as did also Mr. Lloytf. The elosiuc; speech was made by Col. T. 15. O'Brien, who announced himself as a democrat abso-lutely freo from any alliance with either tho Liberal or People's parties. Progressive, Popular, l'roinpt-l'nyln- g I the "Kansas Mutual Life" of Hiawatha, Kan-sas. It is tho only Kansas Life Insurance company. It is nearly nine years old- - Jun. l,lKX1.lttotlasselswere S4,H4(!.!I0 Ian. 1, IKKH m,il7(i.s:i Intl. J, 1KS1 84,71? .K J.tii. 1, 1KIIO 101,408 4 It has paid to beneficiaries of its dead policy holders more than $2:10,000 with-out a single instance yf litigation. Ills carrying today nearly one-iourt- h of the entire amount of life insurance that is carried in Kansas by the twenty-fiv- e life insurance com-panies that are working iu this state. It is, anil has been for some time, writ-ing moi'o polices, more insurance, has more insurance in force, is making a greater increase of insurance in foroo from year to year, and Paying moro money to widows and orphans in Kan-sas than any other company that is represented in tho state. Kansas peo-pl- o appreciate and recognize tho many good features of this solid institution, and have shown and are showing by their liberal patronage that, other things being equal, they decided-ly prefer a some company. It lias al-ways been endorsed by the state super-intendents of insurance in this ns well as other lields where it operates. Its rates are from 80 to 50 per cent less than those of old lino high rate compa-nies. No litigation, no assessments, no uncertainties, no delays in payments of claims. Daily Republican, "Emporia, Kans. ' THE COUNTY ELECTION. JlKADIiUAHTKItS. I LlBEHAT. TlSMUTOHIAI. COMMITTKF. - Salt LAKK, July 7, 1SD0. The attention of the Llhunils of the territory is directed to the fact that the couiiliK election Jn August is one of importance to the territory. County otlirer are to be chosen, and u strong npgressWe Unlit should be wuged by the Lib-eral pariy. even in counties w here defeat is certain. Every member of our party should make an effort to increase our vote Jn the ter-ritory over last August, when we polled 6OJ0 ballot In round numbers. The time is at hand when the county con-ventions should be called for the nomination of u ticket and the selection of county com-mittees. The basis of representation should be the Liberal vote, as polled at the August election last year. To portion the delenateB upon the busiH of the entire vole would be manifestly unfair, for upon such an appor-tionment, a strong Mormon precinct, with InV Libera) votes, would be given representa-tion as great as an adjoining Lllieral precinct which bad the same number of tow. County committees should avoid any such errors. The county committee chosen should con-sist of live members, and their names und posiofllce addre-se- s. w.th the names and ad-dresses of candidates nominated, should be forwarded to the territorial commlttoe Imme-tdiately utter each convention, by the sacretary hereof. At each of the precinct caucuses, a precinct t onimit teo of t hree should be named, ami the names and adili esHes forwarded at once to the Lllieral territorial committee. In counties where I he Liberal vote is too small to Justify the calling of a county conven-tion, the county committees tdiould meet and place a ticket In the field. Make your nominations in good season, ond jiuve your tickets printed and distributed early, so that a full vole may be polled. Please keep your territoilal committee fully Informed as to the political situation in your respective localities. O. W. PowKus,, Chairman. C. E. Ainu, Secretary. The Commercial Men's Hop. The lirst of tho Continental hotel's weekly dances to the commercial men was given last night. Tho eveniug was a most enjoyable one. Traveling men from almost every state in the union and tho fair belles who are sum-mering in Salt Lake will not soon for-get tho charming little dance. Dress suits were barred and everyone felt at home and thoroughly enjoyed the even-ing. The largo dining room was cleared for their accommodation and dancing was kept up until a late hour. At midnight an excellent collation was served. Lord Keeper of the Salts. Malad Consolidated. Malad Consolidated is at its lowest tide just now, nnd long-head- ed opera-tors are taking in largo blocks of the stock at public or private sale. The company is disposing of treasury stock iu order to complete the tunnel and mill now under way. Tho tuunol, when completed, will make a depth of 240 feet and save the expense of hoisting machinery and water pumping appli-ances, besides enabling the loading of carsou the track either in or at the mouth of the mine. Tho croppings ou the Malad assays from $10 to $300 per ton; au average, however, of the ore iu sight, goes over $;!0 in cold per ton. The expense of milling and mining the ore is $4.00 per ton. A Will reduce twenty tons a dav with a net profit of $180. The Camas No. 2 turns out a gold brick every week and pays a net prolit of $,(io per day, while Camas Xo. 1, or lVig Camas, will do the same. There are live mines iu the Malad Consolidated, the outlook for auy one of which is as good as that of Camas No. 2, and as soon as the mill is in running order it is expected that it will be a great producer, and that the stock will go up to $2.00 at least. ISoino lino samples of Malad ore are on exhi-bition at Wampler & Co's. ollice and at Exchange headquarters, au essay of which, taken by McVickers, gives three ounces of gold to the ton. Malad stock took quite a lively spurt during the first of last week, and it is expected that from this on it will be one of the most active of the listed mines. Yesterday's Real Estate Transfer. J M Nelson to D Adheni, lot 30, block A . Brooklyn subdiAlslon f 1 S Bamberger and wife, to Utah Llnu aud Cement company, part a" section as, township 1 north, range I west 1 United States of America to J C Crapv, part of section ID, township 3 south, range 1 east 4 S HustedtoHauuahliusted.ii'sXlOrods, lottt. block 44, plat B I Lulu M Derge to L II Breeze, lot 14, block 18. plat J . 1300 II N Greene and wife to Levi W Rutt, east half of lot 1, block HI. plat D UOfX) J R MitldlemasK to William Fuller, northeast quarter of section ID, town-ship I south, range 1 east . A J White and wlie to Nancy A Ever, ouu-lia- lf Interest in lot 1, block 4, plat D 31X0 J II Kmuel aud wife to flyman Harris, 10xS rods, lot 5, block plat B 600 Jennie Holcomb and husband to Mrs K A Gray, blocks 4 and as, Crescent Reach pint jfjio J T Kingsbury to J A Van Pelt, lots IS to 3A. inclusive, block 1, Wilkinson's subdivision of block tl, pint O. , SHOO J Kellny and wife to W A Wetmore, lots 5 and 6, block S, Crescent Beacli lJlat 100 Thomas Muruuuaiix to O W King, 3x7 rods, lot I, block 83, plat D Edw. Baker to Pierce N Root, lots 13 and 15, block It, plat B aoj A G Hast et ah to Peter A McKcrcher. lots II, VJ and 13, block 31, Dust s Grove addition fjon D F White and wile to J P Schlln k. lot 3 I I to U) Inclusive, block 9, T W North S tit Lake 1 J A Si bllnk and wife to A A Wilder-ma-lots 14 to IS inclusive, blook V, T W Jennings' North Salt Lake if 03 W N Cook and wife to Corrett Garner, lots an and ill, block 4, West Park sub-division 350 B Y Hampton and wife to W N Cook, lots '.'f and M, block 4, West Park sub-division ' gjifl E 1) Parsons and wife to H J Osbotu, " 3x11) rods, lot 4, block fid, plut D ir, H K Arnold to C H Parsons, 3x5 rods, lot 7, block 43, plat B HHK) Total 3f.,574 LOCAL BiiKVlTIlJi. liishop Foster's funeral occurred Ihis afternoon. The sanitary inspector is unearthing back yard nuisances every day. ,The Pythian Knights will occupy G. A. It. hall until tho opera house is re-built. Judge Powers will address tho voters at the fifteenth aud Sixtoouth wards tonight. Don't fail to attend the Liberal meet-ings tonight at the Fifteenth, Sixteenth, Eighteenth and Twelfth wards. Tho Liberal Drum corps will appear at tho Twelfth ward meeting tonight. Parley Williams Esq., will speak on tho school question. If you need a mantel and want to save money, call on tho Salt Lake Mantel Maiiufacluriug company, First South and First Fast. Tho Denhalter Ililles will meet at St. Mark's school this evening nt 7:80. fharp. Piusiuess of importance. All 1 he, members are requested to bo pre-sent. The Rapid Transit company was yes-terday direetod by the county court to continue on ils present route until the tpiestioii of the uew one is entirely ' bottled. The oU'tcials of Millard county havo petitioned Governor Thomas to pardon W. H. Hnllitlay, of Kanab, Kami coun-ty, convicted of killing Joseph Dobson, his wife's seducer. Thoro will be a rousing meeting at the Eighteenth ward tonight. The speakers will address the voters on tho lot ono block north of tho Eagle Gate. Kent's bund will furnish the music. A regular business mooting of the Younir Men's Christian Association will bo held this evening at K o'clock at tho rooms, over Oil East Second South. All members aro requested to be present. Alono Robery, a Soda Springs cow-boy, accidentally shot himselt in tho leg July 4th. Ho was brought to tho Holy Cross hospital iu Salt Lake Sun-day and tho limb was amputated. He is doing well. Rogers & Co., the leading grocers at 43 East First South street, aro Role agents for Franco-America- ' French soups, Royal English plum pudding, Biardot's came-pate- trullled. Shifter's home-mad- e tomato catsup, aud Ogden ' creamery butter. A cigarmaker named Thompson re-ports that he was sandbagged near the '.. Temple Saturday night but succeeded in getting away. He bad been recently elected treasurer of the cigarmaker's union and was supposed to havo con-siderable money about his person. In fact, however, he had nothing. l nion lacl(le System. Mountain Division. On and after Juno 2'J, 1800, Garfield Beach trains will run as follows: Leave Arrive Leave Arrive Salt Lake Garlield Gartield Salt, Lake S:10am0:25am '11:45am 13;iJ0am 10:45am 11:80am 2:a0pin 1 a :45 p m 1 :0 p m 2 :45 p m 3 :40 pm 1:45 pm 2:30 pm 3:45 pm 4:30 pm 2:45pm 3:30pm 4:45pm 5:30pm 8:45pm 4:30pm 5:45pm (i:30pm 4:45pm fl:30pm 6:45pm 7:30pm 5:45 pm C:30pm 7:45 pm 8:30 pm f0:45 p m 7:30 p in 8:45 p m 0:30 p m 7:45pm 8:30pm t0:30pmtu) :15pm tMonilays and Tuesdays excepted. Daily, except Sunday. Tickets for sale at Union ticket of-- 1 fiee and at depot. Fare for the round trip 50cts. S. W. Eccles, G. P. A. THE DOCTORS HAVE COME First Three Months Free of Charge A staff of eminent English phvsicians aud surgeons havo arrived in Salt Lake City and will permanently lo-cate at their residence, 135 E. 'First South street. All who visit these emi-nent doctors before August 1st, will re-ceive services until September 1st free of charge. The only favor desired is a recommendation from those whom they cure. They treat all diseases and de-formities, but in no instance will au in-curable case bo accepted. If your mal-ady is beyond all hope, they will frankly tell you so. Also caution you against spending more mouey for use-less treatment. Remember dates and go early, for their offices are crowded from morning till night. Office hours, 9 a. m. to 7 p. m. Sundays.lO a. m. to 3 p. m. P. S. This governmental staff ot physicians and surgeons is incorpor- ated by an act of legislature. The Now United Show. Now that the hugo pictorials descrip- tive of tho many wonders to be seen in McMahou's circus atlorn tho bulletin boards aud dead-wall- s aud the small bills scattered everywhere around and about announcing its appearance at Salt Lake on Wednesday, July Dth, for four days, quite an interest 'is being manifested from tho fact that it is gen-erally understood that among tho many interesting features of this new show will be found tho largest animal iu the world, Queen Jumbo, an elephant, tho consort and constant companion of the late lamented Jumbo, at the Zoological garden, London, for a number of years, and now weighing many tons more than Jumbo ever weighed, and a much taller elephant. The new arouie fea-tures will no doubt attract the multi-tude where there is so much to be seen and that so unusual and interesting cannot fail to create intense interest.