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THE SALT LAKE TIMES, FRIDAY. OCTOBEK 10. . ' 5 The Cheapest Place to Buy DRY GOODS & SHOES is at F. G. CHAMPENY'S . ' g HSIEW NICKEL PLATE DRY GOODS STORg WILL GIVE YOU A SPECIAL SALE ON DRESS GOODS MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. r ' j: Carry, fine line of Bl ack Goods, Broadcloth, Surah Cloths, Silk Warp Henriettes. And will positively make Great Reductions cn Trices these days mentioned. Ask for our Trices on Cloaks f ; 1 F.G. OHAMPENY. NICKEL PLATE STORE. j j i B T. Bartoa, Jr , J. A. QrMSbMk, W. B. ktinm Burton, Groesbeck & Co., MXMM J SO SVLLKKJ Of CHOICK Business, Residence and Acreage Property. Bole Agenta for South Lawn Addition. Omcft 269 S. KainSl Telepbona i PERFECT" ( FIT Snell&Co. I Anilo-Amcrica- ii 83 west Secomt South street. f Salt Lake City, Utah jLBeMifaUWoman rMll.H bWKKT- - I.V ' laws hi JSi-r(S- ' I ..rn TklfiLV' mil wtwtly "iw l J,Mp 1 um Wukrtt K. !V "V , trtin, M IJrSTJfy lhrtilrti. imn. C.1 immit, WMlUul lMlltUl T XfcJff , compViu'B Hum u f V' .',. uiuu uiiiii u -v.y VV Bik wnm .' 1 'A f Wmitllul. Awuai.n ' ' btthil ;" !T7 IV, eump;lii luM ,y4 ; J x piwrv a . hi o rKivA MtMiww m r, iil'S Ihu toil VI IAtt V hoHia bwutuy M. 'I If jW VkiMlomi Hub"- - Unt rt,w(i u.l ihl ttalmed tnr It II not wily pieviw '' '"x-H-Ui coiupleioo, bui irpmt. Ili .ttl EKuJlliK lH " '!. Il,l, Tllit ieiinonlsl H" ln'H "'. Mi i - 1"! .... ... j ESTAI3LIBHMU, 18GO. D; 0. CALDER'S He I PALACE II : A Woman Celebrated on Two ConHnnnts. In a few well-chose- words tells what she knows of a celebrated article. June 4. To Mr. W. M Wlsd .ra: Dear Blr- -I have tried your famous ' Kibrtlne. 11 is excellent, and 1 shall b pleased to recommend It to all my lady friends. Believe my' truly, Oregon Kidney! Tea cures diabetes The best 50 cent tea in town, 80 cents a pound at the Fair. ' Vou are respectfully Invltod to call and examine onr large sunk of Pianos and Oran,s, The Finest Ever Shown in Utah. Tianos and Organ idd on iy tluiMpaynmnU and at pricM wllhin tho reach of all. Oixx $300 Piano Is being largely sold, it gives Ihn best of aatlsf action, and In prio and quality ft l a marvel. Tim cases ari elegant and warrant tho material and workmanship lirst la. Our ORGANS, MASON Sl HAMLIN, W.W. KIMBALL dt CO. Are so well known to bo the Standards of th World, and rfcominemU4 by all Kihst Ci.4H Mi sit tAS. It l unnecessary (or us to sound their irl. l'ricea from IJQ, aud sold un i:y payment. We have everything to be found la a first claw muslo ator, and at riUCKH THE LOWEST. 43 Jc 4tV, "Wt S'lrat Oouth, Gtxt. Salt Lake City, ; i Utah Territory. ' Miller's unexcelled T?ew York Silk and Derby hats will arrive tomorrow. Bast-Terr- Mercantile Co. Hatters and Furnishers. 142 Main street. Cheap Lots within one and one-four- th miles of the post office, between ist and 2nd West South; small payment down and balance on monthly payments. Harrington, Don-nelly & Newell, room 7, Scott-Auerba- ch block. TAKE IT BEFORE BKEAKFAST. . The great appeti.er, tonic and liver regulator, l'ositive specific for liver complaint. Bad taste in the mouth on arising in tho morning, dull pains in the head and back of the eyes, tired feeling, dizziness symptoms of liver complaint, llemedy Dr. Henley's English Dande-lion Tonic. Get the genuine from your druggist for $1, and take Hccordingto directions. ' Take it before Bkeakfast., by the S. L. Carpet corner 8th West and cleaning company, South Temple. Telephone No. If your hair is falling out. ask your druggist for Skookum iioot Hair Grower. Best Mocha and Java coffoo, 40c per pound. Charles Erickson.opp. city ball. Are you troubled with gravel, dia-betes derangement of the kid-neys or any or urinary organ.? Oregon Kid-ney Tea is a safe, sure and speedy rem-edy for all such troubles. . . "' Wisdom's Robcrtinn Is the only thing now used by fashionable women l'ou Are In Bd Fix to perpetuate a i.oautiful complexion. But we will cure you if yon will pay is to the Weal i Ner-vous ua Our message and Debilitated who, by early Evil or Later Indiscretions, have Sftted away heir vigor of Body Mind Manhood, and who suffer all those eaffecu which lead to Premature Decay nnnmiit on or Insanity. If this means EXCLUSIVE DEALERS I-N-Sole Acont3 for Jamesleans; $3.00 SIlOCS. Spencer & Kimball, leO Main Street. ' U. A M. Tims t'uril. Low excursion rates to the East, com-mencing Oct. 7th, nnd until further notice the Ohio & Mississippi railway will sell round trip tickcls from St. jnx, Mo., to Cincinnati and return at f3. Columbus ()., and return. H. Pitts-burg- , Pa., and return, 112. Harper's Ferry and return, "111. Philadelphia nod return. 117. Boston ami return, J2. Dayton, Ohio, and return. 7. Gallon, O , and return, 110. Manstield, O., and return, 110.50. Akron. Ohio, and return. Cleveland. Ohio, and return, $11. Jamextown. New York, and return, 112. Buffalo, New York, and return, 118. SalHiiiaiica, New York, and return, Youngstown. New York, and return, 111. Albany and return, i0. With liberal return limits. For tickets and information call on or address A. J. Lytic. O. W. P. agent, office 105 North Broadway, or Lnion St. Louis. A Choir Selection of rll Salt. Martin Schmidt has just received his first installment of Fall and Winter Suitings direct from London. Progress building, rooms 200, 201, 202 and 203. send for and read our book of Iife. written by the greatest Spec.abst and sent, sealed), by Dr. Parker's Medical and Su-rreal Institute, 153 North Spruce street, Nashville, Tenn. Take it before Breakfast. Take rr before Breakfast. Take it bkfoiib Buf.akfast. The proper place to spend a leisure hour is at the cafe Royal. Private wine rooms. Commercial avenue be-tween Commercial and First East sts. California Collateral Bank. Big bargains in diamonds and watches at 13 W. Second South. A full line of men's fi"01"' derwear can be found at J. D. Cms, 267 Main street. Urmotirnl Womon. I The magical effects of Wisdom's Bo bertine as a bcautiiier and preserver of the complexion have been attested by thousands of the leading ladies of so-ciety and the stage. It is the only arti-cle ever discovered which gives u natu-ral and beautiful tint to the complexion , removing tan, sunburn freckles, and all roughness of the face and arms, leaving the skin soft, smooth and vel-vet- v Ail remark on Its delightful, cooling and refreshing properties, a dis-tinction not found in any similar prep-aration on the market. Sold every-where. Have placed in line larje assortment of fall tic kwear. Bast Mehcaxtii-- e Co. Halters and Furnishers. 142 Main street Th Experience of s Conwlcntlons Woman. Mr. Wisdom Dear Sir: I beg to thank you for the delightful and re-freshing "Robertine" you so kindly sent me. I have used the toilets of the most celebrated manufacturers of Lon-don and Paris, but consider your 'Kob-ertin-their superior in point of purity and excellence. Wishing yon the un-bounded success you deserve, I remain, faithfully yours, Emma Abbott. To Soften the Skin. skin is subject to rough-ness whin exposed to the air may rem-ed- y the difficulty by applying Wisdom restores the natural rcionoftbeskinand induces softness and elasticity. Private board It Singer building, up stairs. Cover that baid spot on your head by using Skookum Root Hair Grower. Your hair is Oregon Kidney Tea. TAKE IT BKFOllE HKRAKfASr. full of dandruff, which can only be removed without injury to tbe scafp by Skookum RootHairGrowor. G H- - Dodd, merchant tailor. 218 South r iftb West ire:t, alt Lake City, 5 i Lovely Complexion Utah. Mav be obtained and retained by the w of Wisdom's Robeftine. L Oregnn Kidney Tea cures Inflamma-- j lion of the Bladder. G. F. Cnlmer Bros. Removal The naint. oil, window glass and show case stock has been removed to our commodious factory building. No. 80 Commercial "avenue leading off from Commercial street. Our stock Is large-ly increased and we invite our former patrons and the public to visit us at our Prices eut down to bed-roc- k new quarter. Ask for Culmer's Enamel Ready Mixed Paint, u I 1 HI 1; XU'A SALT LAKE CITY -j-- - '1 tfmrZL Gara raj. fk. IT - O n nTTl YTtC 1 Q Urt'lfcsisfe-ir-o - .J I J j 1 I I ?J-X- . m i ikM Uum .M. 1 J I S MD$ IU: -fi-- fl iTH'w."i"i "iTt Ll, uTJ Hi Ht t i ' 1 Cnltfomta t iitr"l Hoh Has 50,0f 0 to loan oa all kind of per-gonal security at low rate. 13 West becond South. Pile. Tllr. Files. Piles cured without pain or detention fro business. No charge until cure Consultation and examina-tion iseffected. fe. Refer to over one hundred who Uve been cured by me in Salt within the last two years. Fistula! fissure, stricture ulceration of the rectum and all other diseases tedauccully ' h Building. If yon want goods at atrn price go to the t air. '. "Tne Jerr Is what Millais christened his famous portrait of that cclbrtd woman, who has since become familiarly known to the public by that and ap-propriate name. In lurn, she has coupled her fame with that of the most celebrated toilet article in existence, as witness what she says; Aoi C'TT. L. B . July t -O- ntl-men: Althmiirn It l onunl f m to e or bM. Mnl In fiwrr t your ?inV2tU I hare trll Wisdon,". VWt im ikln. and I hve been nMng Trjf day f ttne an exflleot pwrtln to of tirt. rul to Marr "LT. 1 t.July .ua. hZr'TZ a d'nen Imtilee art. rop.Btrd,r. '''ffi Ls-or- ar. To Messrs. Wisdom Co. Sandberg's new sofa' bed is Just the thing for offices. Sandberg lurniture company, W W. South Temple street Task it behjee BatAitrAsT. Callfarsla Cllr Humk. Loans money on diamonds, wa'che and all personal securities at low rates. 3 W. Second boutn. "Take it before breakfast," because it will eive you an appetite, regulate the bowels,and cleanse the system of ail Henley's tugltsh Dande-lion Tonic. Sold everywhere. to mankind say cured by Oregon Kidney Tea. 4 . . nroo,,?L fnVfThat.w? T,ew the,r endeavors to fHwi?r ,1lmlcl1 legislation again- - etoX'SS F ""'oa'" Utah as a shameful I. hu'inority rule; to work for SowerJSf'th ' VHy V"!' S6ek9 to Climb into fons cowTnt' and " retain P lt-- ZT S0""? 'or themselves eno. raous and be It BcarC3ly any worlt 10 pertorm: Iisiivel- That the "Ll' ei al" party is a f hery, and false- - l,s tnmj at the polls have been wrought by political robbery; that its ofllclal record Is one or extravagance, Jobberv, lmuo-- K fn?rmous 'axes, waste 6f public and ladi of public Improvements; that It has lostered social Impurities, winked at flagrant crime, and lowered the tone of public morals; that it steks to pein tuate Its swindling the major., y at the polls and by seeking to Btrike from the hands or freemen the sacred rights of franchise, The Liberal party is, therefore, unwo 'thy the suffrages of honest people and ought to be blotted out ol me sight of just men. Resolved, That the Peoples' party has con-flicted public aliairs with honestv. economy, anTI Justice to all, and that It Ispledged to this course in the futnre ; that it has established all the permanent improvements to be seen in the territory; that it has promoted education and established a competent free school system as soon as circumstances permitted: that in this it received no aid, but constant opposition from the Liberal party; that tae Peoples' party is in favor of public buildings, suitable and ample for muuiolpal, county and terri-torial purposes. That we declare our unqualified allegiance to the federal government, recognizing its laws as supreme, and that we will devote our lives, fortunes and all our powers to the maintenance of good government and the extension of lib-erty to all. Resolved, That the Peoples' party has been the unfailing friend or tho laboring classes, as is tean In the number of labor home owners that have grown under its fostering care; and that we denounce any system of taxation that is calculated to deprive laborers of the possi-bility of owning homes, or which will consume their substance to satisfy the greed of rapacious Mr. Richards then introduced a reso-lution which stated the campaign would hfi an active and untiring one and earn- - estly urged the members to give their most intelligent and energetic actions to it. The campaign will lie thorougn and no halt will be made until tho election. The political interests of the Peoples' party will be closely guarded throughout the whole territory and solid organization is earnestly desired. Chairman Richards addressed the con-vention before it closed. He thanked the members for their attention and in-terest exhibited. The work done would surely meet the approbation of the con-stituents of the members of the conven-tion, The resolutions adopted undoubt-edly declare the loyalty of the members of the Peoples' party and their willing-ness to obey the laws of the govern-ment. He was proud that the name of Honorable John T. Caine, candidate delegate to congress, had been so spon-taneously received by acclamation. The speaker desired that each member take upon himself the peronal duty of mak-ing tne fight a grand success. PEOPLE'S PARTY. Tjanaad of Political freedom Tor Mem-bers and Equal Eights Tor All . Citizens and Parties. SINGING EESOLUTIONS ADOPTED. Bie Party Poses as a Priend of the Lab-oring Olasses and Adverse to High Taxation, The Peoples' territorial convention ,st evening nominated Honorable JobnT. Caine for congress by a unanim-ous vote, as was announced in yesterd-ay's second edition of The Times. After the nomination the convention took a recess of thirty minutes. At the end of the time tho' body reassembled when S. D. Die and H. H. Kolapyr were elected members of the executive com-mittee from Weber county. - At last the long expected committee on resolutions came forward and re-ceived hearty applause. Their paper, which is of some length, was read by J. H. Paul, secretary pro tem and was udopted. It is as follows: Tie duly electod representatives of the Peo-nies party of Utah territory, la convention iembled, present the following declaration "'ItaconsUtutlon of the United States is a divinely inspired instrument ordained and est-ablished for the ptotection of life and prop-ert- v and to secure to every individual the most complete freedom compatible wita tne general All laWs enacted In pursuance of the national constitution are paramount. The decisions of the supreme court ot the United States are final and authoritative as 1o the validity and interpretation of those laws, and it is the duty of all good citizens to render willing submiss-ion thereto. All political power Is in and with the people. Every loyal citizen should be equal be.ore the law. and In freedom to exercise political lights snd privileges. No power or organization, i or otherwipe. should b3 permitted to encroach upod that liberty which is essent-ial to popular government and personal pallt-ic-independence. Local is a fundamental principal of American republicanism. Con-gressional legislation may be needful f ir the territories while unable to maintain the burd-ens, respons bllitles and expenses of a d commonwealth, but when competent to eierclre the full powers of statehood, such legislation becomes not only needless, but and oppesed to the genius of ArJBrl-ca- n Institutions. Utah terrltoiy, In numbers, wealth, psace. order, Intelligence, progies, nd every qualification for political independe-nce, is capable of taking its plaoe among the states of the anion and would sad p we strength and glory of the union, and aid in its perpetuity. Tne recent dscaration of the president or the church of Jesus Christ of Latter-da-called the "Moimon chnrch-a- nd the action of that body in general conference, by which marriage! in violat on of law ave forbidden, coupled with tie national and territorial legislation on this subject, re-move the only substantial barrier in the path of this terrltoiy to the full rights and s of political Independence. The discontinuance of pDlygnmous marr-iages In this teirltory renders unnecessary any further legislation by congress affecting the liberties cf the citizens of Utah, or and franchises. The vot n j members of the People's party, forming a large majority of the ndult male citizens, have not been violators of law in the past, and have taken an oath to obey the laws of their country in future. Every attempt to deprive them of the elective franchise, is a deadly thrust at the liberty to secure Which this government was established. Public office is a publlo trust. All officers are responsible to the people for their official acts. offiO!" seekers should not be made office-holders. Wise economy, ibut not parsimony, should govern in public expenditures. Ex-travagance is as impolitic in public as in pri-vate affairs. High taxes, large debts, excessive salaries and expensive sinecures are obstaclos In the path of progress and make grievous bnrdfiii which should not be borne by a tree Pple. Freedom of thought, of speech and of action is essential to true liberty and should be se-cured to all, within the line of Infringement upon the rights and liberties of any person or society. In the seloction of public offers this free-flor- a should bj fully accorded, in public anil in private, in political assemblies aud by means of the ballot. The exclusion of legal voters from registrat-ion and from the polls, no matter ly whoai accomplished or connived at. Is a crime akin to treason, which strikes at the heart of the body Politic and sheds the lite blood of liberty. ThePoople's party, while demanding full Political freedom for its members, will struggle to maintain equal rights for all citizens ana .U parties, to secure the purity of elections, to sustain the supremacy of majorities, na to establish universal, civil Jand religious FKI.1MBLE AND RESOLUTIONS. Whereas. The eovernor of this territory has Moavored, ny addresses tefora congressional committees aud in his report for tt to tue Kxxetary of t!ie Interior, to mako it appear that it would be tor the public benefit to mter-Pps- e test oaths, having for their object the disfranchisement of many thoustinds of law abiding citizenst and also to secure to "'mseii the power to appoint a large number of oac-r- s 'a the various counties, which are. and of Hstit should be. in the gift of the voting People; and Whereas, The only ends to be rec5,w ach letfslation as the governor desi?,?1,1" We of the minority and the exercise by of more than monarchial power; niV Whereas, the Utah commission in Its repo" foriwiatothe secretary ot tho Interior has claimed that elections in Utah, resulting m jujorlties for the so called Liberal Prty, yn fairly conducted by officers who have per their legal duty, and the commission taving also recommended farther e0? onal legislation similar to that desired by tne governor; therefore, belt .,n) Resolved, that we denounce the Governor Arthur L. Thomas as mimicf to tne lst interests of the territory, and Pomy revolutionary, needless, and PrnlPK r'? the wants of his party aud by personal tion: that the men whom he seeks to l'JP?f ' the elective franchise are loyal to foment and republican Institutions. Jree the stain of cr:me, bound by Mhs. voluntarily; taken, to obey and np?J Jiis law.devofcd to their country J.heht?r"11 orv in which they Uve, and kit can them that rijrht, to enj' WrileKeg. Immunities and liberties of Ameri fan cltfstenshlp; that we are under no opllga on to any church, organization. ff't'" f individual, by which our libertyto vote tor y curtailed, nor is our freedom against an v person or question infringed, that the gnvernor s insinuations to ra.7 are fal.e and made without foimdaUon f excuse, and we challenge turn totheprooi. Resolved, That the Utah commission is nseless, expensive and unrepublican body, the 'awtui duties of which could Le discharge by ny ordinary individual; that under itsaa ttmistratton election frauds have .been mane Possible; legal voters whose riehtto jote w Wood question, hare been fu registra-"o- n and the right to cast tbeir tl,lote?"!: hey were members Of the Peoples' Prty,l ons not entitled to vote and belonging to tne Liberal party have been rrrmedw regis wr nd vote; men are holding official !''m ttich they were not elect!, even by fl means thus employed : officers ho neK fted to obey the instructions of 'n, and who have unlawfully used their or 8 in the interest of the Liberal Prty.have n retained commission, and tne m Hty of that oJdy haveopenly. as well as pri ;r. ot used ttietToffleial nBnen 'in Liberal party and against the Peoples ty , v t , t FRANK HALLS SLAYER. The Elects of the Tragedy on Its Au-thoress Take an Iccentrio and Pitiful Ocurse, WILt DEMENTIA CLAIM HEK? A Serious Problem for Those in Atten-danceA Letter Prom the Etuiaway Wife, Since her arraignment and admission to ball in the sum of $5000, Amanda Olson has sought a horizon that Is be yond the public stare. The tragedy is no longer on the popular tongue and is ' only now and then alluded to by some party whA was acquainted with one or both of the principals. So far as the morbid world is concerned, the little women, l' enfant cherub, is dead to it. Not to those, however, whose sympa-thies have gone ont In one direction or another. By these she is under vigil-ant surveilance. Since the doctor was called to attend her at the bailiff's resi-dence she has been constantly under medical attendance, and without violat-ing confidence it may be said that even the wise man of physiology is stumped over the queer and erratio course the ef-fect on her frail body has taken. It will be remembered that when she was first seen after the fatal shot, her form was as motionless as a piece of statu-ary. There was somothing lodged mid-way between her throat and heart, she complained, but it would not be swal-lowed, nor could she got it out. "A fragment of her broken heart," suggested one who had been present at the interview, "and I'm told the doctor has serious doubts if that something ever will be removed unless by tho rat-tle of a natural death." Her form, that is naturally as frail as a reed has suffered severely, but not so ruiiuh as her mind, that seoms to be as uncertain, as unstationary as the wind. In her presence reference to the tragedy is strictly forbidden, for while there is no visible effect on her body, the keen vision of the anatomist that has searched every cell oi her brain has satislied hira that at its mention a Vesuvius begins to rage. This is likely to result in perma-nent mental dethronement if not in death, and Amanda Olson Is kept as far from the avenues of gossip as the condi-tions will permit. Judge Powers is very anxious to have the case come to a speedy trial, as the result of that would signal some pro-nounced change in one direction or the ' ' other. As a sequel It may be said that Hall's fugitive wife has linally been heard from on the homicide, which was first conveyed to her through the columns of the daily press, She affects that she was not surprised at the termination of his career, and bases or pretends to base that upon the assumption that she was unable to live in harmony with him It is likely on the other hand that had she repulsed the overtures of tho man with whom she eloped the san-guinary affair would never have oc-curred. The tone of ber correspond-ence, a look at which was denied the- reporter is said to be stamped from first to last with a spirit of derisive exultation. She continues her foxy and illusive artiliwa however, and instead of mailing her snarling missive at the postoliice she adroitly drops it into tho running mail car on "the Southern Facifio railway. She has now received her decree of di-vorce however, and with its crimson assurance is at liberty to marry the man with whom she departed. - In the meantime Mrs, Hart, the sole surviving eye witness, is looking after the welfare of the orphans at this point, while the other is with rolatives across the water to whom she was sent by the mother. A MIDNIGHT BELL. A llellglitful Evening mt the Theater In Spite of Windmill IUIii. In spito of tho almost impossible weather, "A Midnight Bell" packed the theater to its utmost capacity last even-ing. It is an excellent play the best by far that Mr. Hoyt has ever written. It is tilled with the finest humor, pro-duces the heartiest laughter and semis the critic home glad that ha is living, satisfied with himself aud at peace with his fellow-ma- Eugene Cnntiold, s the country school boy, had tho- - lion's share of tho applauso. Ho was as natural as life and twice as funny. The audience could not get enough of his song. "When Pa was a Little Boy Like Me." After the Irresistiblo boy, came Deacon Tidd. George Richard's inter-pretation of this part could not be ex-celled. Miss Percy Haswell as Dot, the minister's sister, was wholly charming, while Fanny Mclntyre as the school-ma'a-was so sweot and womanly as to win tho entire sympathy of the aud-ience. W. J. Hague, tho villain, was sufficiently villainous to Incur tho hearty hate of the entire house. An'iucidont both amusing and pain-ful occurred at the close of tho play. Tho last act closes with the ringing of tho "Midnight Bell," which brings all the members of tho church choir back and discovers the villain with tho stolen bonds in his possession, lie falls dead from tho shock of the discovery just as tho curtain rings down. Last night the curtain stuck. It could not bo coaxed down. Tho choir stood it a few min-utes, but then sneaked olf. leaving only the poor dead villain lying in an position over the organ chair. Aud thore he lay whilo tlieproi-ert- y man churned tho curlain up and down in a frantic manner. Seconds stretched into minutes, but the villain was game; not a muscle did he move. And finally with the aid of a step-ladde- r and a pole tho curtain camo down and the audiertce departed. "A Midnight Bell" will run the bal-ance of the week. ' " PARK CITY NEWS. Pakk City, Oct. 0. (Special corres-pondeiioi- i. The city is enrobed with "the beautiful" today, and winter's brisk breezes remind us that Jack Frost has conio to stay. Superintendent K. C. Chambers is in town and the people are looking for an early distribution of the needful. The Summit comity delegation, con-sisting of thirty-tw- of Park's most influential citizens, accompanied by the cornet band left for Y.ou yesterday to attend the territorial convention, Two or three cornets were seen ploughing their wav up from the demit last even-ing, a ml' it is hoped that the remainder will be nioro successful In reaching home. John McDonald has just returned from his trip to the copper mining, dis-trict in Untah county, Wyoming. Ho reports that district as having four pro-ducing mines, and ttays that a lively camp will soon spring up there, al-though it is eighty miles from a rail-.roa- The ore shipments Wednesday were: Crescent, 2S.450; Ontario, 153,500. and Anchor I;i,4i0 pounds. Hotel arrivals were H. E. Coleman, Toledo, O i J. Woolf, W. H. Herman, J. M. Walsh, Salt Lake city; 1. M. Kriedbsy. Joe Stowo, San Francisco; Thomas Tullv. Omaha; J. H. Torbin, J. F. McDonald, Cheyoniuu John Hubcr City, Pakk Citt, Oct. 10. Visitor to Salt Lake yesterday were Jns. R. Miudock, Ezra Thompson, H O. Young, Will Allison and T. H, Young. Miss Fannie (ieiger, sister of J. W Oeiger, arrived hero yesterday from Burlington, Iowa. The annual meeting of tho I resceni mining company will be held at the office of W, S. MiCormlek in Salt Laka on Wednisdav next. The secretary has consequently been busy this week making out his annual report. A beautiful specimen of nearly pure lead weighing 010 pounds was taken from the 200 feet level of tho Crescent mino this wotk. It was Intended to exhibit it at thr territorial fair but ow-ing to tho break down on the 'I ramway it could noUlio gotten down In timo for shipment. This specimen would make a valuable addition to the mineral cab-inet of tho chamber of coinmerc of The miners and mtllmen of the t res-ent were paid off Wednesday and Thursday. .faiues is secretary pro-tor- n : of the Cresont company during tho of Mr. Withoy. The Crescent ore shipments this week were lMt.llM pounds of lirst class. Of Richardson's contract lcaie ore 111,470 pounds, and 800,000 pouuds of concen-trates. Andrew Sullivan loft today to at fna the funeral of his daughter, Mrs. I.J. Sullivan, who resided at Virginia City, Novada. The deceased is a sistor of Mrs. Jerry Martin of Ogden and Dan Sullivan of Virginia City, both former residents of l'ark City. It Is iust six months aco that the mother and sister cf Mrs. Sullivan, died here of pneu-monia. The auction sale of line blooded sloed belonging to the state of John Drake, will take place at Troxo. Wednesday next, and will be attended by several Furkites. - A strike has just been made by 1 at. Sullivan and others who are leasing on the claim known as the Hoaring Lion, gituated near the Crescent. A vlen of eight inches A first-clas- s ore Is being worked and the prospect Is very favor-able. The owners are Barney Riley and M. S. Aschlieim of Park City and Samuel Levi of Salt Lake. Holel arrivals .1. H.Thompson, Wm. Nathan. Denver; W. F. Thompson St. Joe, Mo.; A. S. Blake. Ogden; W. A. Wheatlv, San Diego; J. S Gordon. Hel-ena; Mrs Crenm. Salt Lake City; Cha. Kemp, Moroni; Ed. A. backet t, St. Jos-eph, Mo.. , lMrfalna. Choice building lots on Brigham street. Choice building lota on East Hunch. Splendid warehouse properties. Good business property, on leading streets. Mocks in leading additions. Choice acreago on Koulevard and South East. ;" Large tracts for patting north and west. Investors will do well to examine my hbt' C. E. WANTtAND, 209 Main St. HARRY , R. BROWNE, THE EXPERT Accountant, Has removed to 239 Main street, six doors north of the old stand. Students received and qualified in bookkeeping. Accounts audited and adjusted. Books written up and posted by the month. Union racWe aytm. Mountain Division. On and after Monday. Sept. IS, 1M0. trains between Salt Luke and UarlieHi Beach will run as follows: Leave Arrive Leave Arrive Salt Lake Garfield Garfield Salt Lake H 10a m9 25am 1:19pm 2 00pm 10:45 am 11:30 am l:25p m 4 80 p m 2:45pm 8:80pm 0:10pm Sundays excepted. Fare for the round trip BOcts. 6. W. Ecci.Es.O. P. A.