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THJi SALT -- LAK -,1 n SATURDAY. SKrraiBKlt 20. 1890. 5 ' RSS' XaR BE iacsac jec mffgmmhmt aJinasaawS fJLmLmcM tmoa Fj T 'DEALERS IN - . k STAPLE AND PINE GEOCERIE- S-main STRFFT FlIie Teas and Coffee, Fruits and Vegetables. ; SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. TELEPHONE NO. 274. SPECIAL NOTICES. Fall ana Winter Stylm. I have just returned from tho east with a full line of cloths which I im-ported especially for my trade aud cus-tomers. Yours respectfully, Jos. IIai smurtkv, The Tailor. Money to loau v., um to suit by S. F Spencer, 2(57 South Mam strtet. Notice to (Mil Fetlon-a- . All Odd Fellows holding visiting or withdrawal cards are requested to meet at the 1. O. O. F. hall, Sunday, Septem-- . ber 12, at 3 o'clock p. m., sharp. Mat-ters of importation to be discussed. Hv request of many Odd Fellows. ' Gentlemen wiahingclcan and spotless linen should patronize the celebrated Troy Steam Lai nohy, 143 Main stree-t-. The firm of Tratt & Hreckon, civil engineers, 12U Main street, lmvo dis-solved by mutual consent, Mr. lireckon continuing tho business with ollice st room 407, Progress building. Restaurant Francais, 1H Commercial Unset. Table d'hote. Dinners to 7:il0. Open after theater. Go to Sandberg's Furniture company, 108 W. South Temple street, mid soo tho libw sofa bed; tho tiuest thingin the market. rrprnr mil Jrnt' X"nkmT,t9tf WiHtorMloy min al Tampta ot II. 'C.,r XMiwunxr rnim w-n.- nl fourth Monday t( otolith A. A If. W. a. I. liwtara' VnliThirt M.mrtnf f tf ht.tmh at atuo tnrtwf h.p ywifejtMljr deal. etnHn t'mmv-C- Mrr M Hf nlKM. rtHira tK tkull Aurt h tuiiJlu, UtXt. tnrl ruraoiii' t'ni.m VrfJ ri t.I ihmt Tu.!ajf at wH Aurtwa (mlMlng a i?wt. Prmn anil HnwfiW talA- - Fti M,.na ry tumita at amun la (. ualy Uf"clit. Tiuiwra' lulH flral a4 third Utir1 Trr m.'iiih. i,in "S le,tl Aufb. buiij-In- . Main atiwi. Il,..arnr. tjNtra arl TVamr" fnlna S.v.m,l and Imirth Mudayt DHWlti ta IJt TumpiouO ll"o.. fttrmar" t'uwiv-rtr- al an I IhlM Ttiora-dat- a ri'ty mnta naun tto(t Aaact hutUllu. M.iltt tnwl. Knveni' t Blii-rli- an4 ftirlk Ttw. dara arnry luuaih. Mum M4t-Atfka- j huUilliw. Main airwt. KiaruCT Ibmrtl ot lit f'r,-rl- d Tra.ta4 r.mo.11 -- r ry KaMiMaf, rtaun Ikutl Attar t. a l.iill.lln MtinatrwL l'anira and Hw.aWit' rlB aoo1 aoit unll 'rl.Hjr ; m.mitv. na 4H. h ltillllnK, Main alfwt. Th rnUrilMl Tra.lM aM tamt OmiBcU firry aHtii aul fmirth riiin'lar al liwtr ball, r,..ni Hc.il Aurt h bttii.tlnc Htla atrrat. MABOKB M" TTMOlTlAHWlElcinr . A V A AM KiviiivrrminiUH'aUio holl al Mulo hall. .t TmJ nrwi Ilia aanmil M.rtidaf ot iu h uxmtb. Wrinlwra at attfr n.t anl ojnunuiiir hrvthmn In xk4 Mamllim ant y InvUwl to aii.ul. 10UH B. rARUlW, W. M. CaRia-ropni- limiu Haeraiary. lKNfKlAiHlife'"NtT.'"rr"SA71i Sluln! MmmnnlrHi)lii Mil al Maaonti! ball th tint Tuxatlar lu rarb mnoth. Muutira ot alatar Klyra aiul aolnurtttnv brthro In giHid atandiu at turdtally iiirnod to atixnj O. it VAIUAN. W. M. M. C. I'Hii.ijea, Rormiarr. TArtATI'H I.DIN1R, NiV Ta." F. A" M ' Htrtilar .nnaiinu-ail- hlil al Ibo Ma t'Oto Hall tlia HMXiod a'rlitajr of a.-- in.mil). Mambora of alalnr Itna and anjournln tirathran lu gxl aiandinn are niMlally tnnt loan-li- d. Aixil.l'li AMUKKSUN, W, M. J. Maiah. 8 rotary. UTAI1 "(X)MMANH)KKOlt"i7"KNl7rilTS Tirtuplar. Hiatal ouniiavM hold al r hall, uu tho Aral Thursday nf vaoh inwuh. at 7 o'clock. Vlfllluii KnlifMa ro nt irtwmaiy InrlMhl to attand. A. M. GRANT, K, U riiil.ip llHii.ua, ttawMaT. TKMI'I.K or HONOR XirTlCK." nHiTw ih t k n v h r a k"1 h r n ' i nT I T. ot II. and T moot at Tampla "f Honor hall, ovar Iiwwrol bank ImililllK rvory am niut and fourth Tuoxday of aach tnonih at p. m. Vlallliut comanli,iia(v,MlaiHf Invltxt. Wat.ita Umrnms. t ofO. Ji.axi'H Mima, li nf IT. 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. iiiwt r i r" J'" TANTK1 - rVI'lTiKNTsTN lMX'lll.K KN- - f try tnKikkooplnn, taiwht hy Ri tual nra,--tlo-on mitulHr txHika. Dnv or arming. llniTy H, llruwnr, axpoit il Main . Ya NTriD-rr- us iim iiuusk ok m to Ih rotnns-- - will Imv furnttnra If uooil loiiU loaso ran ba olitniuoil. Adilroaa Mra. W. Dili ufhVe. A NT KO K I KK tTiUa SS M Il.lJw KlUHTH H Groat Woaf.wrn Maiuiritrtnrniu inim-nan-liiqnlra M room , Valley lltmaa VTAlT"i;iA 7iRirKoB ""hen k h a l 1 1 houaowork at No. un Sixth Kaat atreat, netwoon llrlxhaiu and Klrst South. WantvTi s't a n iTs kTht HAN US, ? also amironil, iflrl tn lonnt rtivaa mik-ing at No. 1UU Wi'di Txinpltt atroat, IHK ANT KiV TK A tS H TO (1T(A I K B f HKKV. l O.kkI lmv. A. 11. Mityue&Co. iM K. Second rioiilh strret. WPERFECTT FIT I Snell &Co. Aii&lo-imert- a Maters. M west Second South ireot, hall Laknt'lty, full Fulton Market! J. PREECE. FropT. Prime 0f, Mutton, Veal, Pork, Baaom, IUm,8naag, LAr l, .to. Ill W. Srd B, tt. Ona Itmnt Waal rilfl Itawa CAI.T I.AKK T. OK II. AMI T , NO I. . ' moat at Tompianf Honor hall, ovor Iwa arot hank hulUlltw avary Thrila oiiln(t al t p. in. Vlalllng urotltora lnvti.nl O. J rii'KN. an. W. e T. W. H. Wihiii. W. It, " KNUIHT8 Or PVTHIAM,"" ocky"hoi t ktais "Cm ki r ni .XVTor 1'. Moota avory Thnraila avnlii( ill II o'clock, lu Caatla Hall, ,! fuh Hall. Mata horn of (ha ordor an oordlallr InvltM u al tond. r, KI.llHMAN.aa A. HUkiu'K, K of It. A t, MYKTt.R U HOB No; rC Or K ifawtiiar arar Tnoalaf a'onliia al S tO o'clock. In Klka t'lutt Hall Mojnurcilua' Uulght cordially InTltad lo altand. J. II. MlM.KH,0,a J l.. l.fc. If. of It A g (ialantITr urniKTio k. k, or i. avarjr Monday availing, at Hp in.. In Oaatla Hall, Klka rluh llall. Ho joumiutc Kuliihla cordially invltod t.i attaml, o. vroor rALL.ua W. M. luurK of H. a a. 'JrHiNH OrAMr.Mlt'A IATllTriTlTf OKPKK MrrVrT oriTorAt Camp No. . Y, O. H. of A . moot a ovory Friday avonltitf. al Hi, In Tampl nf Honor Hall. ir, Main and lut Himh ata. HnjourulUtf Hona an oonlUlly tnyltod to attoud. WM, Of.AMAM. rraatdanl, A. H. Hahiiitt. Mooordlnii Mwwtary. A Nl'l: NT Oti li "T ft litfcS r Kit jT" CWCBTPRHtilir'itTAII. N()r7W,f,""Mala nf aacfc mnnth. at ai't ri.W.Totupla. VKlllng tlrothar um,lc wrUK.m.i, (iro. W. AHIII.1i HI, O, It O. 11 Hfaitoan, B r., Pn. H.. niA w'uhk inom . not: i ir i kmT" Tlmaa and Plaoaa nf Maatln TMlora' Unlon--On Bunday in A. U U. W. hall. mTonytTh'offaphlcal t'nton-Plr- irt Sunday of aiery at A. o. U. W. hall. lirii-- and fbinniaaona' ITnlnnXvary alt.r. naU 1'rldtty at tha K. ol f. halt. 11'ANTliU-- A UUtl, TO DO UKNKUAI. II iimtwwnrk; go.nl w(jo paid, hftf South Malnatruct. 17 tf U'ANTK FrKifTCA'SfTWliPA 1 fl to drrnsimtkors, rwm W I'lilmar blo'k. 110,1 WlT8'TCLAH5Fl7rT'HINti t uiloainan. No. 70 K. I'lrst Booth. M If. TvOoi I 1 "I. t ! mT) K K WA N T K D AT N O. " T W. Soi ond Honth atraot. tract tooth without nuln. Artificial tooth, V Ui I I'J per act. Hold ItlltitK from tu tin; gold ulloy, $l.nn tx i; allvro; or aiiialxam, al. All worlt iinrantod, "pnn Bnitday ninnilnira. Lyona lilock. IW W. Irnd Month Ht. 1. 'lNO wrmWM tllif! IIKKSONAL-D- K. auritsnn aptclallot lu ladloa' alcknaaa of all klnda. I.Ivor and kldnoy com-plaint, catarrh, all chroulo dlii aaoa. lu praa-Mc- a for ifl yoara. 7i km "w a t k k Tilt it "k v i.InTrXnT I lly tiBlnit hydrant wator should hio thom. Thoy am cheap. oally nttachad and effoctlvo. K. U. Ooffln Hurdwara Do. nKAtim'UL tJou"ru.uNOH AT'o'Er Hodiroa ilontnl parlors, ,11 Wont Flrat rlouth atrcot, four duora eart of Hlnwoodoy'a turultiira atoro, 1V KHSON AL-- II. llTiiSUKH A OO., HU Vlnyurd wluoa aropure atma.Maluuoxt to postofflco. HTKICK I I'U'M k CLKA SHKU, COI. orod and rurlnd ennui lo now at Now York Mtlllnory 1'arlor, il Went Third Bouth atroat. lo- - CUSuoFO"liFKT(iV kiTa ni ka N U K8, ii cheap at K. (;. UoBln Ilnrdwaro Co. VHlt EM 0 7NTAl NtTf iKCHK A M VKKR t t era. K. O. OolTlti Hardware t!o. 1.1 o. mhjholb, iKsrifn76fr'Saw'- - V a jioatte Walkor houao. Whore can I buy a cheap Ipt on monthly payments, with no interest for the lirst seven months, near street car lino, and can get a flowing well cf pure water at a cost of M2.50? Answer In Deskv's Second Addition. Oliiee h building, Sandberg's new sofa bed is just tho thing for oftlccj. Sandherg Furniture company, 108 W. South Temple stroet. Physicians should see tho new sofa bod at Sandberg's Furniture company, 108 W.S outh Temple stroet. . E. O, Olsen, merchant tailor, 157 S. Main. Up stairs. Scenaa of the Bonky Mountain. The applications for tho inngnillcont photographic views publisheit by tho benver & Rio (iranda railroad havo be-come so numerous that it Is impossible to supply the demand, not only on ac-count of' tho cost, but also on account of tho inability of the manufacturer to supply them in suflioient numbers. To overcome this dillimilly the company havo had prepared ft set of four hanil-som- o photogravure prints of somo of the finest scenes in the mountains mado from negatives by tho eminent artist, W. II. Jackson, especially for thin pur-pose. The subject being the "Royal Gorge," "Garden of the Gods." "Canon of the Grand River'' and "Cnrrecanti Needle." These views are 2o.!)0 inches, printed on tho best plate paper, curdy packed In tubes, and mailed free of postage, ready for framing, on receipt of price, which is as follows: Single copy , I .! Two copies. Four copies (full sot) l u) We are so confident that these views will please that if they are not satisfac-tory they may be returned and money will be refunded. Address S. K. HOOFF.U, Gen'l pass, agent Denver & Hio Grande railroad, lnver, Colo. SALT LAKE THEATER. CHAS, S. 151'KTON, - Manager TWO NIGHTS ONLY, Mondavi Tuesday SEPT. 22. I SEPT. 23. THE ROMANTIC ACTOR, MR. Harry Lagy, AND THE D, VAN BUSKIRK. OFFICII! UV T. CSTJJ liyiirlliiratiiitCo. GENERAL BEAL ESTATE BUSINESS TRANSACTED. SPECIAL ATTENTION 19 Hi FORMING OF STNCICATEi IGEHTS FOS IASTEES CAPITAL We do not handle SNAPS, M GOOD nARGrlMSt KXI'HklKNCUD OI'BIATOK4 ai Mxmb-- rt at th Rim. Krr Ci'ltU, 179 MAIN STREET, corner Second South. to California collateral bank for I' y at low rates of interest. IV. Second South. . . . QOUUOOUUOOOt Qi tOO' MJUOO.HJOUtKK KKK X .... z "STILL ALARM I oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo II r JOSEPH AltTIIUIt. Introtluolng the Grand Engine House Scene, with the "Lightning Hitch," and the dash ot horses and full lire coinpuny to the oonHaKra-tion- . admitted to bo tho most thrilling scene ever plai ed on the dramatic Mtago. The won-der, surprise and delight ot both America and Great Britain. SSeats on sale Saturday mornlnir. Septem-ber HO, at box oltlno. Usual prices. Taft & Kropfpnze, General CONTRACTORS & "BUILDERS. Salt late City, : Ulali Terrilory. Office: 239 Main Street-- $500EEWAED. I will pay the above reward for information which will lead to the apprehension of the par-ties who brutally assaulted James E. Caine on the night of July ioth. J. M. Young, City Marshal. Salt Lake City, Aug. 14, 1890. UTAH -:- - SjATIONAL Of Salt Lake City. ... Capital. $200,000.00. CJt ' 'ICXTU3 : 1, M. BTOtiT, I'rei, C. W, LYMAN, W t'rr. II. I'AIIIC 1 Vie I'rw. A. . J"SK. (:'f. ZDIxix:crTOI"U3 : C. W. Lvman, W. 11. Uynn, J. A. liulin r K..WU. J T. U.t(y, P L. Willlami, A. U. Willinm. T. K William. If-- yd Nik, M It. L'Hii t'ohn, A. H. Join, Thoi, t'i ir. J A. (.r-U- - k. J, M. Htoutt, H. V, Klng, Alx. Kngen. A GENERAL BANklNCrBUSINESS TRANSACTED. jy-Cs-lI and iniwt our new Auloriiilo opriitng and rUht Vaull and Mi atflMdiiti'ly Hre and Iluryhtr roof, anl ftiirt f Ui"ir a.ii'l wrt of t bUiajjsi, l"rlvftt .Safe and JIohm Lr rmt hy lli month ut yr at luw rate. if ? tyxr.' jm 7V,K MKAI. OASOI.INE HTUVES AT K. Q" O. Colllu Hardware Co. wC7r,UYH LA w'NMfJWBKH. E. C. X CoRIn Hiirclwurn v. for Sittlff. XOiTSXtMitYUKTK I'HINTlNti OI'T-- I (It. prliiwr ilrHM, Wnnhlngtotl hanil Jr", exwllmit Mitiirtmniit of jnb anrt nwi trpn. Hood bow. Hltliiicr,nn JohlMr, Hulil. Tenni away down. Addrumi W. 11. ti., Tliuol ofli. efii ArlnHiTliwwT. ck. fMi-HM- nerHi In mitllvliilm wltliln 14 mile ilrr.le from 1". O. : Iron Hum si lilm-- fnmi Hub; ', rash. Aldrn "Owtwr," Itiln onice. ' ' Uroh saTk-to- " a nrfliriA'iii.iT party. otin-hal- f or Hie wholw f tho liimbir tnl-ne- . Applv to A. Ktyr. Unn--r Hwond Soillh and third Wot, Halt I.ako city. UU) IXIlTs A I, BLOT HI'"H T 'T A IfW VT 1 1". H M r tddltlun, near Wst, Kldo Knpld Traitalt. Smnll I'jwh pyment. No InUfrnst, 0. H. SMITH, room 70, C'ulmnr lilo!k. TiiTliALK-- A kTkhtT'TXhh lhTlOHM K J1 power Ames fnglii" and In ill'T; rlnp fur panh, Knqillr Wlu. 1,'ook, lloehl liUnlna mill, Stale road. ixm "halbtwo nriHsr.ii and two J lluhl wkoti, nultiiWn for dllvrjr wagoun. Call at Ktl Kant Fifth South Mrwit. UOrIw r.K ri i ka I'rm k Ht'N oifltii IT fOlnl" nf txMt, and flxlnr". Applf at Bnvonth Wt and HeYnlH Smith utrmiUi, r Mi k Bant nt Main wmiplnUlf furtilxlH'd. I'mi of piano. TrmM Hrluliam A M!i(!kl!iU)li. room Mi. in W. S.od H.niih. l tM! k nThh kiT a pahtmk n thTok'o km" J tltnirti-Oo- ol. airy, collifoiiabl and gant. H" rt,iiabl. KiKjulru nl Mm. Watnon, f !tilnicr hlor.lc. Salt Lake City. nlahwl or iinfumlahod. floil nulliiw Fl'lt-- ' ! rwwly MtahllnMd; tlilrly nrnianent bordr, Apply to m H.iith Kirt Baxl, rwM) HB.VT- - aiLI'MHIA HOUHK7"fiooMS X bjrlh day, wwk or month. Hhum. new. nat and rloan. Trm reawiable. No. IH W. South T.mpl. ifVHSiHHKtt KtJMMH WITH lijAKU AT n Soutb Mala atreet. Ilo.mn aiul of en ult. 1 ioiiT RkN T-- H AN flH'tM K iTv i t ' RK I S II K II r riKim. wllh tth. U hortli Mrat Wrt. B ). I" HtH HKffT-- - Fi:ilMIHKI ANI I'SH'lf i ulahd rootnd at 'Ht haal Kif'h th at. I""aKiB ri'itNISHEI) KfX)M KOK RKNT, j Krt f.t flrat h wj'h aiwet. tflf CHI It. 1 hold ko"I. plan'... ; sio on miU-htt-i! laioBd and pH.ml m" iiritln of all klnda. 1nu Tnit Co.. Houlo Main St., upntatra. fV) UtAS -- MOSBY ON I'KAI. f I A t K. I Klmt mortsr(: nodliiv Hti llaf-r- i Mnm J. t'tah National Hank bulldlna. .... ! ; .i .1 TwTKOAHMA H t 'lX'VF A KS U. .tnrllW-r- i h'..d. B au.l X on '-- lo l'"fiaa tt Ti sua, i K South. S n 7. a" 0cirttr. V;MXl;TEMr'. I. A-- M Stated 1"AH"' hld on the firat Wednewlay In earb month, at Mawroic hall, at p. to. jumioje etanpttlo oordlajiy Ulta l USilA JACOB . ORr.KNKWALD, U, B. HP. Pb Mf llunxia. lntMtft. PAUK CITV HOTEL. The only f rt e'.awi kcrtel la Park City. EI2TT ELEGiHT FEW 10CMJ, Coot plewawst t4 nicely fumIhe4- - ' rraiyiorrLowsD akb ux-rate- d 1 n.'a !a and hiu tr- - B.k,t, It the .,t piewast aummer Rt In too m.malaia the gm mmi m naoiue company Tttene51ll : : 421 BEST MSI SOITH : : 10. la lit O. Hlrachler St Co. w Summit Vinyard Grape Co. j'Mnia. 213 Main, next to postoffice car of folding beds and four of fed furniture, new styles. Please Barrett Bros. j'MO.OO to loan on all kinds of per--1 security at low rates at California "eral bank.. 13 W. Second South WANTED "nford'a Pioneer Shoe Store Opposite Salt take Theater. Wuth from 12 to 15 years old who 3"Rhly understands the retail boot sloe business of Salt Lake City. ant goods at eastern prices, 'He lair. just Received. fge shipments of fall Derbv's in all wast-Terr- Mercantile Co. Hatters and Furnishers. Pianos. We wish to call especial attention to the J. & C. Fischer Piano, a number of which we have just received from the faThe?e pianos are of national celebrity account of their sweet tone and won-derful on durability, orer 80,000 of them being in daily ue. We offer them at low prices with small cash payment and easy monthly installments. of s We have one upright piano which has been used b t two Eh. and the case of wbiulig marred which we will sell at a great bargain on long time. Ye. Warren Mercantile Co., 10 E. Second South street. . (7 Office, 219 S. Ma;n Slrett pt-l- t fndi-- r I'oat OTIce. k i STEAM CAEPET CLEANING iZ dffi' tlj an MattreBI Kenovaticg c i Carpets Made and Laid, Feathers, WtTy Cleaning and Furniture Repairing. ksisiS I S. WHITEHEAD Di aDfl Montana Mm Company C. P. MASON, Maimer. Headquarters for all Classes cf Machinery. Ectrinca and Boiicrt from power ai apird io toc4 ffjr I iasa dit deliverj. fiteam Vumm, Injector, flora Waima, UotaUa Kaglita Ick Breaker, Wall a Kolla, Inermll Air OiBpreawjra aad DniL, Lubri taUng Oita, Mine, Mill and Smeller Huppll-- , Silver, Qoii aoJ Cooeeatrat Ig Mill erected and delivere'lia running cr Wr. Maine Office as! K.mm 253 S. Mm Street Sail Me D. S AGENCY. BUTTE, MONTANA. - Sole Agency For Sanitary woolen under Dr Jaepar's full line wearof we have a Send for catalogue, Co. Bast-Ter- r Mercantile Hattera and Furnishers. 142 Main street Don't Pay Kent. Three new frame cottage. for' sale on the 1in!sUta(ll,ment plan. nly.; Per Groshell & Co: month. bniLET,. po3toffice The bestMcenttoain town, 30 cents a pound at the Fair. Wantad. kinds of second-han- d household .otds at Etchison & Webbers. 1ST S. First East street. 1 Utah Stove & Hardware Co Wholesale and Retail Dealers to STOVES, RANGES Stove Furnishings, Mantles, Grates, &c. 34 and 3 B. Kir- -t so th ei.. CorrespoDdeBce Solicited. SALT LAKE CIT. , 'S loaned on diamonds, watches, and other personal securities at " ""rnia collateral bank. Second South.. 'Med-lo- ooo worth of honsehold Barnes & Co., 139 W. 2 So. 1 Choice Seleotlou of Fall Suits. Schmidt has just received bis Installment of Fall and Winter p direct from London. Progress lng. rooms 200, 201, 202 and 203. K unexcelled New York Silk ry hats will arrive tomorrow. 0at-Teuk- y Mercantile Co. Hatters and Furnishers. 143 Maia street AN ENTERPRESTABUS HMENt7 Salt Lake Steam Carpet Cleanii.R Factory- -' , A Iook !nto Its Mysteries. w?'!r,rep?rter late'y called "Pon Mr. Whitehead, the enterprising proprietor ot he steam carpet cleaning, feather and mattress renovating, furnilure.hos-pita- l and mattress factory, and was agreeably entertained and instructed by being shown over the large new factory, and initiated into its mysteries through the explanations of the' affable Mr. V, by which carpets of every kind, feather beds, pillows and mat-tresses of all descriptions, are cleansed of dust, dirt and impurities of every nature, and left impressed with the idea that he could not have put in an hour to bettor advantage, both' as to pleasure and profit. The business was lirst started in the spring of 1887. At that time tho power was furnished by a two-hors- e power engine alone, and each machine was run separ-ately. For some time past Mr. Whitehead has realized the uecessity of more com-modious quarters for his growing busi-ness and has just finished at great cost the new building at 8(53 West Ninth South, where tho arrangements and facilities are so exact and complete, that everything can be handled with the greatest dispatch. It certainly shows that Mr. W., has great faith in the future of his business and also of the city from the large expense he has incurred in erecting such a magnificent building. One is forcibly impressed in going over tho new factory with the order in whic h everything is arranged. Each depar tment, aud they are legion, has a room to itself. From the oflice you enter the engine room, which is con-veniently arranged, and from which tho power is convoyed to the various departments. Passing through you find yourself in the carpet cleaning depart-ment. On an examination of the carpet cleaning machine, we find that it is of the latest improved style, so arranged as to flog, brush aud steam in the one and same operation. The machino is' of great capacity and is simple, it is immense. The proprietor says and guarantees that it will not rip, tear or unravel the carpets and furthermore will not shrink them the least in the world, which' is the only machine known having this quality. Ascending to the .second floor, we enter a largo packing-room- , and for unpacking, packing and shipping furniture for tho convenience of parties removing from one place to another. From there we enter the renovating room, in which we find a renovator that is of tho com-bination of hot and cold blast. The feathers being treated by this process are brought out increased from 15 to. 50 per cent in bulk, and cleansed ot all aniraalculie and impurities. An extra fine steam picker, which is so arranged aa to have steam jet connections, to be applied and used directly upon the material being picked, not only im-proves tho condition of the material, making it soft, clean and wholesorao, but destroys all insect life, if any there be. We also find a cabinet room, known as the furniture hospital, where furniture is repaired and polished. Next wo come to the reupholsteringroom, which likewise is used for re-making and repairing upholstered goods. Further on through tho build-ing we find bins for hair, moss, tow, excelsior, etc. Next wo come to the mattrass room, here mattrasses from $2 lo $35 aro manufactured; there are also storerooms for storing the same. All in all the mammoth building is fine-ly and conveniently arranged there being altogether fourteen differ-ent apartments, and we feel to say that the proprietor is one of the most enterprising young men, and has a determination to win, and is of the calibre that Salt Lake needs and we feel to say. success friend Whitehead, success. The following is a statement made by the proprietor: He has taken since February last up to July, trorn carpets alone, some two tons of dust, (there being by weight from live to twenty-liv- e pounds ot dirt per carpet), mattresses and feather beds, being in the same ratio, as there is as much dirt scurvy, scum, seeds, mice, corn and' parts of fowls, comes from an or-dinary bed or mattress as there is from one. carpet or more. During the present season, until recently, there has been under Mr. Whitehead's employ from 10 to 15 per-sons, requiring the assistance of three There is no doubt delivery wagons. of Mr 'W's. success, owing to the lact that the machinery and devices em-ployed are the products of his own genius. SUNDAY SERMONS. ' i w Go In Order to Listen to the Word of Truth. KATUN M. E. CHUBon. 158 Second E Mark, pastor. Services 11 a.m., Vool 18:30. evening services 7:30; meeting Wednesday eventaK 7 :30. ubk's Cathedral. Holy communion Sunday school 9:45 a. m; morn-'--- r ra ; arid sermon, 11 a. m.i Bible class i'; evening prayer and sermon 7:30 p.m. baptist CnuBCH. Cor. Second Wes ;i)!1(l South. Preaching? 1 1 a.m., and 7 :30 nrer meeting Wednesday evening 7:30 ijstor, 1). D- - Forward. Sunday BChool JKSDS CHRIST OP LATTER-DA-Lake Stake of Zton! Angus M. .'president ; Joseph E. Taylor and Chas. ra9e. counsellors. Tabernacle services uiiiW altornoon at 3 o'clock. Young Men's Christian Association t,, regular gospel meeting Sunday after-- 4 o'clock at its rooms over No. 63 E. South street. All young men are Short speeches, tnusio, &c. nAti Christian Church Services will at federal court room, Wasatch block, r school at 10 o'clock a. m. Preach-Kliie- r W. T. Hacker at 11 o'clock a. m . cordially invited to attend these ser- - is Catholic Second East, between in anil First South.Mass at 8 o'clock ;high vith sermon at 11 o'clock. Evening benediction and sermon at 7:30 Dally service, mass every morning at i L. Scanlan, bishop. TMWSTF.B PBESUYTERIAJf CHUKOH. urth West, between Fli'Bt and Second preaching 11 a.m. PralBe service ( evening at 8 o'clock. Sunday 13:30 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday rat 8 p.m. F. L. Arnold, pastor. msH Ldtheran. Tomorrow evening, nglish service? will be conducted In tho .Lutheran church, comer Fourth East fond South streets. Rev. P. Doerr will on the occasion. Sabbath school at A hearty welcome extended to all. opal Cathedral. First South and Third East. Holy communion Sunday 7:30 a.m., holy communion first finthemonth 11 a.m., morning service Fwmon 11 o'clock, Sunday school 9:45 !iWeclass8:30p.m., evening prayer and ii 7:30 o'clock. Other holy days, holy union 11 a.m. Rev. N. P. Putnam, pastor ii Presbyterian. Pastor, R. G. Mc-- : comer Second South and Second East, es at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p. m; Sunday at 13:30, Immediately after church ser-A- t the morning service the reception of "re. and the Lord's Supper will be corn-rate- The Christian Endeavor society at 8 9) p. m. Prayer meeting 7 :30 Wed-- y evening. ' Episcopal Guild. The ladies guild on Tuesdays at 2 p.m.,, the t's meetings Wednesdays at 1:30 m., the Girls Friendly the Brotherhood of I'irew first and third Wedn esdays of the ut8p.m.,the Guild of the Iron Cross the Friday of every month Immediately after sg prayer at 7:30. MM. E. Church 33 East Third South Rev. W. D. Mabey, pastor. General pvery Sabbath at 10:00 o'clock a. m. tilngatll a.' m., by pastor. Sabbath i at 18:30 p. m. Epworth League Young p's meeting 6:45 p. m. Preaching 7:45. t and Sabbath school teachers' meeting Wednesday night. Everybody Invited, gers always welcome. Smalt Fox Lie. Waco, Tex., Sept. there is, or has been, small pox in this part of tho state, Dr. Rutherford yesterday established a central Texas quarantine station at Waco and ap-pointed Dr. Charles il. Young of this city as his assistant, investing him with all legal authority he, Dr. Rutherford, possesses. This deposes Mayor MoCul-loc-and City Physician Barker from control of the inspection, though the state police will report to the mayor from time to time, as mav bo needful. Waco is divided into live districts of equal population and five of the state quarantine pciice have been brought here to discover if the reports of se-creted oases of small pox are true. The authority of these officials is not confined to Waco, for, being state offi-cers, they have and will exercise need-ful authority over Marlin. llillshoro, Wortham, Waco, Edgefield and all places, town or country, where there been a single case of smnll pox or there is danger of infection. Dr. Young's authority, so far as mere control goes, extends over the hospital as fully as any other part of his territory. There "is ample author-ity for these acts, as tho law of 1879 will convince the doubters, aud all these powers will bo used to stamp out the disease in this part of the state. Dr. Rutherford began his work as soon as he arrived Monday, and his map was completed yesterday morning. Ho finds a cheerful outlook at Waco, only one case at the hospital, but an awful epidemic of fear and lying, aud the ly-ing is the only tough featuro of the sit-uation. Tho east side public high school will open on Monday morning, September 2M, in the Lutheran church building, corner of Second South and Fourth East streets. All applicants who are prepared top ursue high school studies will bo admitted. Also at tho same time school No. 22 will open in North Salt Lake, and No. 23 at Eighth South and Niuth West streets. Tuition free at all these schools. J. F. MiLi.sPAt'oir, Superintendent of Schools. Notice la Hereby Given the first grand clearance sale of leeaied pledges consisting of lies, jewelry and diamonds, will i) Saturday, "September 20, and con-dor one week only. All goods positively be sold for tha amount need on them and the interest. Ifk at theso prices:' No. 1 gents ingcase, gold-fille- d watch, hand-l- y engraved and warranted by the ufactiirers to wear for 20 years, Hinder and stem setter with Elgin ement, $24.50. me as above with full jewel, Wal-- ) movement, $25.50. iwisomely engraved, open face, Ulled, gents watch, with Aurora 'ment, $38.85. ' its silver watches from $3 50 to worth $5 00 to $30.00 each, diamonds I can save you from 20 'percent. could list many more goods but e will not permit. member I warrant all goods sold ' just as represented. You are in- - to call. Henry E. N. Phews, the Leading Broker. i Main street, Salt Lake City.