|Paper||Salt Lake Times|
|Rights||No Copyright - United States (NoC-US)|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Salt Lake Times|
2 XHESALT TAKE TITLES: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1892 THE SALT LAKE TTMES A. I.. PoLtot.K, T eas':'. fTrst of allTthe NEWS' TiU: TIMES i entered at thw PostoJBce of Salt Luke City fur transmission thromrh the mails as secoud-olas- a mattar. 1'orMiris desiring THK TLMK.S delivered at their hoimns can Moure it by iostal card, ordf-- r or throuli telephone. Whmi ilelivery is irrefiihir make immetlinto complaint to this otlice. Vifty OntH per Month. WM. E. SMYTHE, : : : Kditoh. L. li. MUTTON. : liueiNKsa Manaoeu. i TrESUAY.KElTK.MBKR 20. ISC. ded last evening ami that considerable enthusiasm was manifested. We are pleased because we kDow the Democrats Trill need all the wisdom they can possibly get together in their convention. They have two difficult prob'euis before them. .Firat, they must name a candidate, who can face the little giant of Repub-licanism, FuA.NK J. Cannon, before the people of Utah. Second, they must tell the sheep-raiser- s why they favor free wool, the min-ers why they favor free lead, the sugar-bee- t growers wby they refuse to en-courage the sugar industry, and the people in general why they oppose pro-tection for the great industries they hope to get in the future. These are difficult tasks. Let the Democrats send their best men to that convention. They will need 'em. THE LOCAL DEMOCRATS. The Times is pleased to note that tho primaries were well attau- - had not settled the whole business before-hand, as is the rula with Democratic bosses. It will bo free unda and Rawlins. Let it be hoped that with the abatement of cholera there will likewise come an abate-ment of J en kin The parade of the U. A. II. in AVashinj-to- n yesterday was au inspiring spectacle, remindful of the war. Ci.evklaxu was not in it. Axakcbist Bergman will not mind the twenty-on- e years in the penitentiary to which ho has been sentenced, bnt the one year in the work house will kill him. Theke is no fear that Mr, Cleveland will launch bis letter of acceptance upon a surferinir world while the G. A. K. veterans are together. They miffht discuss it. Hill has at last been placated. Cleve-land's trip to New York was like that of Mouam.met when the mountsin refused to come to him. Great is Alah; and so is Tammany hail. Lijjecal and DeraocraMc papers have searched heaven and earth that is every place where Republicans arc likely to be found to discover some disgruntled al member of the party. Thus faF they haven't unearthed anybody except the old skeletons. Governor. Flower of New York says he does not care a for votes in a ca.s of this kind. There are many Tatumaay chiefs who feel the 6ame way. Considering that it is only Cleveland who is running for oillce, it is no wonder they do not care a for votes in a case of this kind. Wiikx the division movement first started there wasn't a day but what the Liberal hand prran asserted that some one of the divislonist had repented and gone back into tho Liberal fold. The tune was false for no one ever returned; not one. The isniK hysterics! Tiif.ee with variations is ren- - dered now. (jive us a change. Upon the death of Francis Dear, his compatriot, Locis Kossuxu wrote from his voluntary exile in Turin, "He is dead, but liveth; while I arn dead" though I live." That was twenty-liv- e years a.so. Kosslth then realized, no doubt, that he had erred when he acted the part of the irreconcilable upon the reconstruction of Hungary in 18fi7. Whereas he might have put the impress of his genius upon the destiny of his country and gained peacefully that which he could not taiu in the revolution of ISIS, he pre-ferred to sulk, while the other exiles returned home and carried out the work, and thus the great Magyar became a bare reminiscence when he might have been a mighty living factor still EDITORIAL NOTES. This is the Cixsos that will be heard around the territory. TnE Liberal territorial convention is called for October 13-- Plenty of time to think over the folly. Ot'K Democratic friends are ffoing through all the preliminaries of electing delegates to, their territorial convention as if the bosses l&Said a fellow pntnger who tea rrtig aboard the rn ' mc: " Ym " Mtfr . tefe off- - jcu axrtoat or ele you won't feel it trt. you 30 out." J did a he wjQtsted, end the fact is, J haven't felt it sintu You'll need a Fall Overcoat soon. Better come in and look over our immense assort-ment of goods right away. We can stretch 'ycur dollars so that they will go twice as far as when patronizing other tailors. CHICAGO TAILORS, 1 8 E. i st South St. And They Lived Happily Together Ever After Purchasing two of those superb lots in NORWOOD AUDITION. Thereon they built a cosy home where they now dwell In peace and happiness. fflCB,$200i$250 W. &. HUBBARD, 41 W. and Honth. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ATTORNEY-At-LA-E. D. HOGEl ATTO RNE SOCTII MAIS ST Lake City. CLESSOItf S. KINNEY. ATTORNEY ASD COUNSE LLOR-A- T - LAW ; McCorniek Hlk. EUGENE LEWIS. ATTORNEY-AT-LA- ; MORTGAGE LOANS. l'osto.ScM Iiiiiliing. O. "W. POWERS. ATTORNE OPPOSITE CULLEN S. S. MARKHAM. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR - AT - LAW. building, rooms i&-i- 63 to 69 West Second South. ; J. F. CORKEH. PATENT ATTORNEY' PATENTS ON caveats, etc. Patent drawings, models to order. Office iol Main St., Salt Lake City. " KAIGHN & ANDERSON. AND COUNSELORS-AT-LAW- . ATTORNEY'S cor. West Temple and Second Sonth streetf. P. O. Box, 618. Salt Lake City. GRANT H. SMITIL I AWYER MORLAN BLOCK. MINING LAW L. a Specialty. JNO. LU. TAYLOR, ATT'Y rfl WEST SECOND SOUTH STREET, SALT C-- Lake City, Utah. Special attention eiven to mining, land, street and water right litigiition. INSURANCE. LoljLStYAMSTc FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT MUTUAL LIFE York; 65-8- 0 Commercial BLk. fLLSIBING. STEAM HEATING ENGINEER 260 MAIN Lake City. " 1RESS MAKING. jJlSsTLTlirCKELSEN; DDRESS-MAKE- ROOMS R0 and 31 SCOTT-Auerbac- h. Building. Satisfaction guaran-teed. Ms Sayings Bat k Trust Company. Nos. 1- -3 Main Street. WILFORD WOODKUrF, President. GEO. Q. CANNON. Vice-Preside- GEORGE M. CANNON, Cashier. Cash Capital, $200,000. Cash Surplus, $200,000. Zion's Savings Bank is the oldest and larsrest Savin srs Institution in Utah. We pay interest on sums from $1 and upwards. Interest com-pounded four times a year. Our de-posits are greater than those of all other Savings Banks in Utah com-bined. -:- - We Desire Your Accounts. : COMMERCIAL NATIONAL Salt Laid. Capital (Folly Paid) $800,00 Bnrplua... General Banking in all Its Branches. Iinti certificate ot deposit parable on domand besrinR interest if left Bpscifitxl tlm. Sells drafts acd bil of exchnnpw on ail the priaoipsj cities of the United States and iiuropa. Geo. M. Downey, rreident: W. P. Noble, Vice-Preside- Thomas Marshall, 2nd John W. Donnellv. Ceshier. DIRECTORS F. n. Anerbach, Jno. J. Daly, D. J. 8hlury, Moylan C. Fos, Tiioraas BlanhaU, W. P. Nobis, GeorceM. Downey, Joun W. Doa-Della- a. T. R.JONES & CO., BANKERS. - 163 lidin. tBcys Orea and Bullion. THE NATfONAL Bank of the Republic. m 47 llain. e-- Capttal, $100,000. Ft7i.LT Paid. v...v rr " r j . . t n . VI Pro. DINWOODEY Eurnitui-- e Company. SMYRNA RUGS, 28154 INCHES - S2.05. R1UJ2T3 SMYRNA RDGS, 30160 INCHES - - 2.45. O CHAIRS-SOL- ID HARDWOOD CHAIRS - .50 Capital. $250,033. Surplus,$40,50O American National Bank. Ealt Laka City. Organixol, October, 18S0, Interest Paid on Savings and Time Deposits. OrEirCTORS-Jam- ea O. Bacon, Preal4ent; H. It. Bacon, Vlee-Preelde-nt; F. 1 TTbltki, Caehier; W. B. Holland, Ajslstaat Cashier; 8. H. Jarria, F. W. Rasa, Jndge J, W. Jndd, Secretary Elijah Sells, Judge D. Q. Tnnnlclia, A. M. Grant, U. J. Gray, iv&g !. F. IioV)nrnw, GEa 1L SCOTT, JAS. GLENDSNNINO, H. 8. RTJMFIELD, President. Vice-Prelde- L SecreUrjr. Geo. M. Scott & Co. IWCORPOATBl.) DBALMS Ik . Hardware, Metal, Stoves, Tinware, Mill Findings, J - Agents lor the Dodge Wood Pulley, Roebling's Steel Wire Rope, Vacuum Cylinder and Enjrlne Oil-- . Hercules Powder, Atlas En-fin- es and Boilers, Mack Injectors, Buffalo Scales, Jefferson Horse Whims, Blaka Pumps, Miners' and BiacksBUtas' Tools, Eta. 168 MAIN, SALT LAEE. llK.MUKl, MANUFACTURERS AND DKALERS IN ALL jobbing and repairing at-'- o promptly. IQMli) W. South Temple. DESTIST. HAPPY HOUR DENTAL CO. OFFICE NO. 2T2 STATE STREET, OPPOSITE Bldg, Salt Lake Cfty. DR. FOE8HEE, DENTIST. CLIFT South. HOUSE, CORNER MAIN VETERINARY SURGEON. VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST, the Ontario Veterinary College, Toronto. Otnce, Palace Stables, 60 and 52 West Third South Street. PHYSICIANS. DRTXWELli.Sr MENTAL AND MAGNETIC HEALING. IV I Electricity given. Office hours, 10 to 12 and 3 to 4. 63 State Mreet, Room 3. AKSAYKRS. CYAlqiEPRdl5ES ROOM 12, UNION NATIONAL BANK, DYE WORKS. STEAM DYEWORKSl SALT LARK KTEAM DTK WORKS OFFICE; to 43 South West Temple strwet. JIOTELS. You Can Clear 1.00 At least by buying our SPECIAL-STIF-HAT at $2.50 The reason Is this quality and style of Stiff Hat cannot be botitrht elsewhere in this city at such a fljrare. You can have yonr choice of color, black or brown, and they are the proper style for fall and winter. ONE-PRIC- E HOUSE. J. j?t Gardner, 141 MalnStj imis Change... . .1 and men changre with icient; J. A. Earls, Cannier. TTaneacts a general bankiag business. Money ' lo&nad on favorable terms. Acounts of mer-chants, individuals, firms aad corporations Five per cent interest paid on savine and time deposits. DIRECTORS-- L. C. Harriet, Emil Kahn, W.E. ttmedley, Frank Knox, O. 8. Holmes, i. A. Earl, Geo. A. Lowe, U. L. A. CuLcer, J. O. Sutherland. W. J. MONTGOMERY Buys arxd Sells Mining &YaterStock Office 166 Main. WELLS-FA- R GO CO.'S BANK. ( Salt Lake. BUYS mti sells exchange, ma&es telegraphic on the principal cities ot the United States and Earope, and on all points on the Pa-cific Coast. Issuss letters of credit available in the principal cities of the world. 8peri.il atten-tion given to the selling of ores and bolUon. Ad-vances made on consignments at lowest rates. Particular attention riven to collections tfcreojch- -' out Utah, Nevada and adjoining Territories. ts solicited. C0BR8P0NDZFTair&, Fargo A Co.,; London: Wells, fargo A Co., New YoTic:Na-tion- al Bank of the Republic. Boston; First National Bank, Denver; State National Bank, S)enver; Merchants' National Bank, Chicago; Boatmen's Bank, St. Louis; Wells, Fargo A Co., San Francisco. i. . DOOLY, casaie;. M'C0RNICK&C0., BANKERS. --m Salt Lake. Established. 1878. A general banking koslnees transacted. Collections promptly made on mil points in the West and Northwest. Careful given to consignments of ores and bul-lion. JancaaaM and telegraphic transfers on the principal cUlee of the United fitatce and la Enrojw. COB MBSPOKI) MITTS New York, Importers' and Traders' Nntlocid Bank, Kenntze Bros.; Chicago, Commercial National Bank; Omaha, Omaha National Bank; San Francisco, First National Bank; St Loots, Naticnil Bank ot REDUCED PRICES IN LUMBER.TfC. E. Sells & Go. ' Are closing out their whole Stock of Lumber, Doors, Windovs Ud Building Material at Reduced Prices for Cash. SALT LAKE Driving Park Association, i FALL MEETING, 1892, BEGINNING TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, JLND ENDING SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2. 18S2. Entries to close September 22, 1892. Purses, 3300 to $1000 each. Four or more races each day, Stabling amble and first-clas- s. Admission, 50c. . , . , Programme, of Racks: FIRST DAY, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. or undr stake, added money $ 2:18 Pace S W FOURTH DAY. Pace THE WHITE HOUSE. Main nnct 2nd gouth. Table-Boar- d a Specialty. Rates $1.50 and $2 a day. J. It. STEPHEN, Proprietor. THE WALKER HOUSE. w - tho tirnis. The costumes of our l forefatiers seem quaint and w antiqutfous. Fine Merchant Tailoring has advanced, as an art, more per aps than any other business durh this century. We are in the fror rank. Can we be of service to bu, it E. WELLS & CO. 7 aid West First South St. JOHN DuBEl, U-?- SX MADE to CfllER-MA- DE to WEAR. Cemmerce; Kansas Oity, Nattona Baak of Kansas City, First National Bank, American National Bank; Den rer, Denver National Bank, City National Bank; Pueblo, First Natior.al Bank; Portland. Ore., First Nuti-ma- l Bank: London, Martin Bank (limited;, 60 Luir street. UNION NATIONAL BANK. Successor to Walker Bros., Bankers. Establish! I860. Capital (fally paid), $lJ,0J; snrplas, $45,000. United States Depository. Transacts a reneral bankicg business, bate deposit vaults Are and burglar proof. J. R. Walker. President: M. H. Walker, Vice-Preside- M. i. Chessman, Cashier; L. H. Fsxnsworth, Assittant Csthier; J. R. Walker, Jr., Assistant Cashier. B. H. SCHETTLER. tVhodots a General Bank tea Basiaes o'ul) Trot x wuc nuu.,,., 14 Mile dMn"(iady riders 300 Mile run ISO svfnvninv . 14 Mile and repeat l.V) i4Dash : 1W 2:iOTrot "., $ 500 yearling stake, added monev S&o Trot 4(1,1 gioopaeV.:::.:...: fifth day. or nnder stake, added money 250 Free.for.u trot jiooo THIRD DAY. 2 :2i Trot 10 2:33 Trot $ 400 2:iJ0Paoe 3T0 Pace.'".'! .... . ... .'. w or under stake, added money 250 Free-for-a- ll pace. ... .. .. . 1000 Reserved for specials M Address all nominations and communications to G. W. PARKS, Secretary. P. O. BOX, 975, Salt Lake City, Utah. - ' Deafness Cannot Be Cursd by local applications, as they cannot reach the dieeasod portion f the ear. There is only ouc way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness caused by an inflamed condition of the niw-cou- 6 lining of the eustachian tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condi-tion, hearing will be destroyed forever. Nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothiuir but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. Salt Liu Citt, Utah. American and European Plan. RATXS 12 1KO $3 FEB DAT. J. J. McCtrsiT. Bbchtol A BAWDS, Proprs. Dining Dept. Propra. Hotel Depk UOTFI KNIITSmRn Wo will give $100 for any case of deafness (caused by catarrh ) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure, band for circular, free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. old by all druggists, 75c. UNIVERSITY of UTAH, (Formerly University of Deseret.) Suit Lake City, Utah. The Crit term of the Acvlemic year, li2-P3- , of -- the University of Utnh, will begin at t am., Mon-day. September 13, 189A The following courses are offered : 1 A Foqr Tears' Classical Course, a A Four Years' Course in Ueneral science. A Four Years' Course in Letters. 4 A Three Years' Course in Mining aad Mining Bngineeriog. 5 A Four Years' Normal Course (2 years preparatory). 6 A Thre Years' Normal Course (2 years preparatory !. The first five of these courses lead to degrees. Instructions in Military Science and Tactics will be eontinned. A preparatory school, designed to prepare stu-dents to pursue any of the University course, is open to persons of both sexes over 15 years of age. Students are admitted without eharires for tui-tion to any course they are prepared to pnrsoa. There is an annual admission fee of $5 for resi-dents of Utah, and $25 for Students may receive permits for reduced fare over the railways in Utah. For further information apply to y-- JOSEPH T. KINGSBURY, M. A. Acting President $l5to$5Q. S 1 5 to $40. $3tO$S5. A Perfect Fit (iaaranteeil, :JS0 W. SECOND SOUTTI T i Dr!c C. SHINN1CK, HcmeDpi iiiist and Surgeon.' In addtioti to general practice gives sps'Uil attention to obscure thronic Disf ases, both snedicnl and surgical. Ojn'-- e 33 i 94 JfurtatUiU Bit. Rei- - ilenc. J3 K. lt 8. Tel. 517. Caee dcsied iucnrahle by other pbysimins are invited to call. !f ; Utah Business College ani RIBHT SGHOOL. r OPENS SEPT. 2th, 1892. Office lOtt WasatcU MldB. j Book-keepin- g and all Cominereial Branches. Penmanship a Specialty. . Fcf Particulars Apply to I L. TO H, flcs'ts, fiU, Propr. : DENTIST. Toeth extracted without pain. Fillings 75o up. Best set of teeth, i. Work war- - r.,nuTl f...r KllllllBVli. 42 W. 1st Sa. fit Opened June 3 New and Elegant In all lta Ap pointment3. 2QO Rooms, Single or En Suite; 75 Rooms with Batn. G. S. HSU'ES. - - Pronrlrtflr, HOTEL TEMPLnm JTJST OPENED! The Only First-Cla- ss Hotel in the Eitj Car. Main and South Temple streets. THE MORGAN HOTEL 144 W. 1st Soutn. LOCATION. FURST-CLAS- S Dt CEWTBAXappointments. KATES 6 aad MM psraay. Special lUtes to theatrical add Ltrvm PWrtifc J. II. CLARK, Prop'fc THE CONTINENTAL Bait Lake City, Utato. First-Cla- ss American Hotsi. $2.50 and S3.C0 tr (Uj. M. H. BEARD8LEY. Frop'f. ARTIFICIAL LIMBS Braces for Deformities, Elastic Stockings, Trusses, Etc. SEND FOR CIRCULAR. , AT NO. 60 MAIN STREET, (Opposite the Co-op- .) and pays interest oa d.ires your acconnts. GABELTnaTAILOR nS a 65W'2dSo Vp ig Salts ta order - $15 ts $55 WYms " " S3.50ta$I5 til 8Ks mads In 10 hour, fsats 3 ade in 6 hoars. By frwfutsns CfY werkuien in this City. THRG UNE.j EfXective Sept. 11, 1892. Trains arrive and depart at Salt Lake City daily as follows: ARRIVE, From all Eastern points...-- . 3:00 a.m. From Bntte, Portland, Ban Franeisee... U:06 a.m. From Cache Valley aad Fark City.,., ..10:40 a.m. From all Eastern points 32:W p.m. r : h 3ICYCLE ... ' HINDQUARTERS. SYLPH Pnasmallc and Cysbion Tires. PHOEWIX Paeamatlc and CaskiflnTlrss. IROQUOIS CnshleaTlras. Call or send for eatatognea. full Ilns of W HI ELS of all grade. Special Prices to Clubs on orders ot three or Vore WHEELS for cash. Cycling Suaslries, OU, Etc Sporting Goods, Onn, Ammnnltlon, Baseball Goo It, Catlery, Etc fcleneral Sepairlnc aad Laalumlthing. M. R EVANS, - TV. d m., Salt Lk. lias removed back to his old quarters, So. 108 Eat Second South street, first door north of the Singer dewing Machine Co.'s ' oGlve. His sunk comprise new and secon-d- hand clothing, and he alw makes a specialty of repairing and cleaning. Good work and prompt atteution assured. Old friends and patrons are always welcome. Trad-.- ' ot the general public solicited. Eat ) (The Tunnel at Drink) (The Tunnel YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED to attecd he FREE LKPTURKS AND SER--. MONS attheBlGTEKT. The following living subjects will be discussed from night to night: Religion Freed em. Church and Stqte in America, tarn Is It Peacs or Warf Four Great Monarchies. Coming Plagues and Famine. Spiritualism lxsoMd, How Their Wonders are Performed. The Conin(r Earthquake. Satan's Origin. History and Destiny. The Capital and Labor Conflict. Hcen What Is it? Where i It? HU What U It? Where is llf Polygamy aad the liibis. Baiaism for the Dead. Christian Science. Aaronic and btelchisedec Priesthood. Spirits In Prison. Karth's DesolaUoa. Free Salvation. Salt Lake Seminary Normal Training Bchopi't - Complete College preparatory. Music, Art and Boarding departnients. for information write or apply to REV. T. C. ILIFF, D. D. ESTERr I J, ) mSSST&MO&RD G&UGE. Current Time Table, in elfsct Aug. 28, '92 . Lsatrs Sai t Laxa. Ko. 2 For Provo, Orand Junction and points east 8:00 a.m. No. 4 For Provo, Grand Junction and all points east 9:26 p. m. No. 8 For Provo, Payson, Eureka and Mlver City 4Kp. ra. Xo. 6 For Bingham, San Peta and flv - s.trh 9:10 a.m. a sa u iwii, vjj' - - - - Bijou Saloon. 888 Htsua Street, Choicest of Wines, Xiiquoro, and Cigars. Tlie Popular Beaott of I' ' EoltLaLtf. "" iAOiS )v - - rf " Buggies ahd Carriages. Geo. A. Lowe Has received and for sale a full line c--f the Latest Styles! At most popular ericas; also a fall lima ot Agricaitaral iapleiaenM aad SchotUsr Wagons. 14 State Road, Salt City. From Caehe Valley andOaden Tw p.m. iFrom y.ilford, Lureka and intermedi- - ate points 10:00 a m. From Juab, Provo nnd Eureka. ,. . :ln p.m. t'rora Termlauaand Garfleld 4:00 p.m. DEPART. For Ogdeu and all Esstern points 8:01 a.m. For Oguen and intermediate points , :40 a.m. For BnSle. Portland, Ban Francisco and Cache Valley , 10:05 a m. For Cache Valley and Park City..,,..,. 8 SO p.m. For Ocden ard all Eastrn points... : p m. IFor Provo, Eureka and Milford... . :0 a.m. For Eureka. Juab, intermediate points. 4:35 p.m. For Garfield sndToceie 7:45 a.m. Dailv, Hunday eacepted. T rains between Juab and Milford do not run Sundays. City Ticket Offiqe, 201 Main Street. 1). K. BCRLKY, Ut. Agent Pass. Dept. 8 H. H. CLARK, Vrea. and Oen. Mgr. K. DICKINSON, Asst. Gen. Mjrr. E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A. Play Billiards at The Tunnel. and when you feel tired and exhausted after a hard day's work, drop in and rest t T1IF, TUNNEL, rpllK TUNNEL is tho popular resort of Salt Lake City Patronized by the best class of people. Budwtiser, Anheuser, Milwaukee and all imported German beers on draught. 42 and 44 West Second South St. Formerly Walker's Pavilion. No. JiFor Ogden and the West.. 11:68 p. m. No. 1 For Ogden aad the West, ...11:15 a. m. No. 6 For Ogden and the West ,,4:50 p. nv. Ahbivk Salt Lake. No. Provo, Grand Junction and the East..;. 11:05 a. m. No. 3 From Provo, Grand J unction and the East 11 :43 p.m. Ko. Provo, Payon, Eureka aud Silver City 10:10 a. na. s So. 5 From Bipghm. 8an Peta and Wasateh .,..4:4 p. m. So. 6 From Ogden and the West 9:00 a. m. No. 2 From Ogden .uid the West,,;,, ..7:90 a. m. No. 4 From Ogden and the Weat 9:14 p. to. Pullman Palace Sleepers on all through trains: No changes; close eennections; safety, speed and comfort. Ticket Offlee No. 200 S. Main St FOK PRES1BKM: BENJAMIN IIAMtlSON cf Indiana. ioh vicK-riiEsiuEv- r: AVIIITELAW EEID of New York. It COKKS: EIiANK J. CANNON. of Weber County. Protection for the Prortuet of Vt&h MIiip!). Faetirie9 and I'arms. WHY CANNON WORRIES THEM. Thank J. Cannon has not yet begun his campaign, lie has not said a word publicly outside of his speech of ac-ceptance, sinca the nomination. And yet the Democratic Herald can think of nothing but Can-non, and write nothing except laborious leaders intended to show that the Republican candidate is hopelessly weak. if ho is bo very weak, vrhat is the Herald worrying about, and why does tho Democracy wriggle so painfully? If it id plain to everybody that he cannot be elected, why does the Herald make such tremendous efforts to con-vince its readers that such is the case? The fact is that Frank J. Cannon is an undefoatable candidate. The Her- - aid knows it. Every Democratic leader knows it. The people feel it in their bones. Thi ah' is full of predictions of his election. And that is why the Democratic donkey is so weary. The Herald is hopelessly tangled rip iu its own logic. It says Cannon was nominated because "he is a Mormon and of a leading Mormon family." Then it says, without tho slightest suspicion of its ludieious in-consistency: "The more intelligent and better informed Mormon delegates in the late Republican convention were aware of the trustworthiness of the Mormon voters, and how im-possible IT AVOULD BE TO LEAD THEIR votes to Mr. Cannon because of his church connection. they pleaded with their fellow dele-gates not to bank on" church sut- - l'OHT, NOT TO NOMINATE Mk. CANNON BECAUSE 1IE WAS A MORMON, BUT TO NAME A STRONG AND TRIED REPUBLI-CAN, REGARDLESS OF RELIGION." This is true. Mr. Cannon was not nominated by Mormon votes or for Mormon reasons. He was opposed by leadiug members of that church. He was nominated for his ability, for his popularity, for his qualities as a gallant and convincing advocate of the princi-- j pies of the Republican party. The Herald says Cannon has been a Republican only two years. How long has the Herald been a Democrat: How long have the Demo- - cratic members of the lato legislature been Democrats ? How long has Judge Zane been a Re-publican ? How long has anybod in Utah been publicly afhliated with either of i ho great national parties ': "About two years," of course. That is as long as they have had a chance, but for years they have been for one party or tho other at heart, and Frank Cannon has been Republican at heart ever since he came to the j'eara of understanding. Ho has been an out-spoken Republican from the moment when the division movement was born. 1 lie ueiaiii, iu 11s Luui.niiig boiiuilllue for Republican success, asks why the party did not name a Republican who had done something for his cause? Who has dona more to mase Repub-ik-an.is-a living, vital movement in I'tahjiodny than Frank J. Canxos? I iis eloquence reversed & Democratic majority in J.ojjan last spring. Ilia brilliant speeches brought southern Utah into line for tho party of IIakki-!-n- " and litii). His manly right at Minneapolis obtained from the sub-committee on credentials a unanimous report iu favor of the recognition of the party in Utah. Jn the present cam-paign, his energy and enthusiasm have :lo:ie more thau anything el.--e to make the Republican parfy so Ptrong today that the Herald shakes in its boots a it bo'uolds it. Fkank J. Cannon has won his honors by splendid services unselfishly given i to his party. j Hut the Herald 6ays an older man would have been better. Nonsense ! It has been well said that "the younp man in politics is the old man in politics." Cannon is older than Rlaixe, Garfield mid Shf.rmax were when they entered congress. Al-k.xaxd- Hamilton had finished a brilliant career there when he was 33. Tho young Democrat who has made the best record in the present house HiiiAN of Nebraska is younger than Cannox. Brains, energy, enthusiasm these hre the qualities that the people want in their congressman. They have them all in Frank J. Cannon, who also stands for Republican protection and Republican progress all along the line. Dou't believe the Herald is worried by Cannon's weakness. It is his splendid and undeniable strength that makes the Democratic organ feel so tired and so blue. JUDGE: GOODWIN'S OPINION Personally, FRANK J. CAN-NON is a bright man. We be-lieve that in congress he would make a much more effective delegate than Mr. CAiNE has made. We believe if Mr. CAN-NON could get to congress he t would take an active interest in all material affairs of Utah.j We believe any one Gentile or Mormon who would apply to him for assistance for any ma-terial cause or interest in this territory, would meet with a prompt response and hearty SALT LAKE TRIBUNE. He is a winsome speaker, a good writer, an all-roun-d, ca-pable young man ; he is ambi-tious to make for himself a name, and he would not go to congress carrying in his breast the belief that to abjectly serve the Mormon church to the ex-clusion of everything else would secure to him the high-est giory. SALT LAKE TRIB-UNE. fe3iinineeancies. The long coats with capes will probably bo quite as popular this year as they were last. Souio of them are made with the triple capes reaching about to the elbow, a pretty chantre from the lonr cape knows as the 'military," which will still be -- worn. The shorter capes are more becoming to short girls than the long ones. Lonar ostrich tips or half feathers are set crosswise, velvet and satin ribbon, velvet on the bias, felt, jet and feathers, all are put on in the Alsatian bow style. Nearly all the hats turn up at the back with considerable flat trimming, while the decoration for the hat proper takes the form of single, double and triple Alsatian bows. Those who have recently come from the shops of leading French modistes in Paris declare that during the coming season but-tons will be much used as a garniture. Tl ! T .1 . V, i-- 1 1 4 t .& llltS l& UU llfUGl UUJF UUUL'b lliab U1UM gowns, for the early autumn at least, will have the fan breadth in the the back sweep the ground. MAKE IT FIREPROOF. The Times has accomplished several good things for tho people of Salt Lake. It now aims to accomplish another. It calls upon the powers that be to see . that the city mid county building is maile entirely fireproof. In Ibis, as in its other movements, The Times has tho sympathy and sup-port of the people. Therefore, it de-serves to win. It also expecls to. A BEAUTIFUL. SPECTACLE- - (itiovEK Cleveland was nominated in .June. In the latter jiart of Septem-ber Da vid H. Hila has come out pub-licly :is his anpportar. Nobod- - should think, however, that j Hill lias surrendered to Cleveland.: On tho contrary, Cleveland has sur-rendered to Hill. The candidate canie down from his iUhing grounds at Huz.ard's Hay and made an outright bargain, by whirli Hill and his Tammany crowd obtained the promise of ail the New "Y."irlt tin t rn 11 ;i (r.-- It is a beautiful spectacle this union of Hill and his iow political gang with j ttie moo prophet of reform and his lud-plove- d Democrats. How do the Mugwumps like it? "Time Gallops Wlthml." In going east, if you wish to save, time and have a most comfortable ride, take the Rio Grande Western train leaving Ogdcn at 7 a. m. and 8:15 p. m., and Salt Lake City at 8 a. m. and 9:25 p. rn., arriving in Denver at 7:10 a. m. and 11:45 p. m. on the Tiext day. Nieht train from Salt Lake and Ogden via A. T. fc 8. F. from Colorado Springs. Day train from Salt Lake and Ogden hat through sleeping car to Leadville and Denver. Mating direct connections at Denver with limited trains for the east via Burlington and Rock. Island routes. Rtmemtier the time is made by the Kio Grande Western in connection with the Col-orado Midland railway only. Kqulpment and service unsurpassed; scenery unequalled, The grandest daylight mountain scenery in the world. II. C. Burnxtt, General Agent, C M. Ry.. Salt Lake City. Utah. PURSUING DR. 1LIFF. Ti.e newspaper that brought out the iLirt .vicaAtiou still glories in iL. and in-sist- tiiat it was a theft without miti-gating; (ircum-.taucf- a. The public may judge between the j new sp.nper tiiat adopts that course and! the act:.-- n of Thk Timf in refusing to purchase the article? for ;U). We w;.--h j to correct one stutenient. however. i Thk Timks did not suppress the son- - nation at the recp.jcst of Dr. Ilii k or his j friend. We suppressed it because no pcssibla good cou'd corao from its pub-- ! , licition, and because wr. bolioved the Jife and work of Dr. Iliff far d thi error, sven if it be taken in Hs worst aepeot. Wo tire fond of publishing tho news, but wo do not wantonly assassinate character in order to get it HAR MEL PRATT'S LETTcR. We direct attention to Commissioner IIa'.'.mkl I'katt'3 bri-j- f letter in today's Timi s, relating to the withdrawal cf the Thomas resolution from thn platform. It is in accord with our recent editorial statement of the mailer. The fact is that upon a fair trial of the question, tho convention carried Mia resolution twice and that its with-- ; flrawal was accomplished under cir- - j tumstanccs which precluded debate j and deceived ihe friends of the meas- - nro. The resolution did not carr', by its i terms or by inference, an indorsement j f the absolute veto. It merely indorsed j lhe governor's ex.erei.--e of it in tho in- - jero't of Utah industries and Republi-- I ian principles. I! Commissioner Pratt's statement o ihe case is a just one, as every person I bo was in the convention knows. IK THE PROBATE COURT, IN ASH FOR Salt La'ie count)-- , territory of I tun. In the matter of tno estuto of Jennet Ritter, deceased. Notice Notico is' 'hereby given that Nettie randeis. administratrix ot the .tit of Jennet liitter, deceased, has rendered for settle meat, and Ulea in said court, her final account uf her admin ittratlon uf said eiata and petitkH for final distribution pf the i.iue of said extate nn:or"; the persons entitle I thereto, aiuj that Thursday, the lath day of f'ctol-er- , A. 1.. ln'i.3, at 10 o'clock a.m., at tho courtroom of mi court, in the County court house. Suit Lake City aud County, L'tah Territory, has been duly ap-pointed by the j'ldse of snid court, for the settlol nient f said account find henrinj of said petition lor disrib!tKn t which time aad plafe any person interested in said estate may appear and show cicw, if any her be, whv sai.l account should not bo settled and npproved and final dis-tribution made as prayed f nr. Voted September l'J, I8:r,'. C. K. ALLEN, Clerk of the Probate Court. By CnsTN-- Brows, Jr., Deputy.