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EVENING? NEWS. A CAR LOAD OUR OQDEN LETTER. 1 BEDROOM Of Ogdkn Citt. Utah. 1886! AJf AGKDRKSlWtKTOr MCOTO BBOOOHT 10th, Sep. as as $25.00 a low SUITES, narOHK COMMISSIONER M'XAT." Editor THaeret AVic- met, aud goods In propllier Yesterday afternoon deputies Smith to storms see (hem for the The Call and appear present portion. served and Gleason went to Provo, aad be over with us, and there Is a fair a warrant of jarrest topon Henry Saun- prospect of al DINWOODEY'S. of that Ward the First ders, Sen., of AX IXPIAjr gUMMKB. Ladles. If you wish to see a beautiplace. He was brought to this city The nights are cool, the air Is bracing, ful line of Dress Trimming, Embroidlast evening. Mrs. Sarah B. Saunders, while days are still very warm as they ered and New Dress Good's Mrs. Sarah A. Saunders, Henry Saun- usually are at this season of the year. don'tRobes, laU to call at, were In But the beauties the aatural Saunders change and Hetty Tbi Walk kb. Bbo.'s Co. ders, Jr., surround us are perceptible, and subpoenaed as witnesses, and were re- that ft orchof the forest, field and the tret TIm Htatfefcakers' Branch quired to report themselves forthwith In ard are ut the "sere and yellow leaf." Mrs. in The firemen's excursion, which had Have Just received a car load of The Judge McKay's court this city. off .and Morrison Steel, Hand aod Sulky Plows, Sarah B. Saunders was finally excused, been apostponed, came went to Lake Park also Wier Steel. Hand and Sulky company quite the before to appear being ordered to spend the day and part of the night. Plows, also South Bend Chilled Plows, y Mr. B. H. Slater, proprie Harrows, Hay Bakes. grand Jury of the First District on tor oi We have also secured the agency Sept. 27th. for the celebrated Vasaline StandThe accused was arraigned before the THE HOT SPRINGS ard Wagon and Carriage Grease. This Commissioner on a complaint charging situated about nine miles north of this condensed and. strictly Pure PeThis cohabitation. him with unlawful discovered his bath troleum Jelly possesses all the city suddenly document was filed ten months ago, on bouse to be on fire, and that the flames Lubricating, Softening, Preservative and healing properties of the other well headway. November 7, 1885, but for some reason had made considerable aa possible all the things known As and familiar grades, differing speedily the arrest was not made until yester- that could be moved were taken out and from them only in melting point as it is tfrom a distance from the laced at safe fire, is many degrees higher. January day. It alleged that, exsome to not ut dewltbeat damaging 1, 1883, to November 7, 1886, the Carriage and Light Wagon tent the furniture. The safe belonging ' For the fendant lived and cohabited with his to Axles, high melting point guaranthe establishment was removed, ana tees hubs In any climate and clean B. Saunders aad Sarah thus the caafi and other valuables wives, Sarah from dripping by the waste Doe Saunders. The defendant, who ia which it contained were saved from the prevents action of heat, and will not travel like 73 years of age, and very feeble, stated devouring element. It was feared at one time that the entire establishment Castor or other liquid oils, thus prethat he did not desire to employ coun- would go, but fortunately no other venting injury to the underside of the axle aim from dost or grit. sel, so the examination was proceeded building was damaged, ofso far as I have the loss suslearned. The aoypunt For all kinds of Agricultural Implewith. Mr. Slater ments tained Is nalTkated. it is the most piactical and satMrs. Sarah. A. Saunders, the- - plural thinks caused by the extne lubricant known. isfactory her was testified She that wife called. of a kerosene oil lamp. plosion and Euameled goods, it For Leather tew will a be remembered that It maiden name was Anderson. She had is softening and preservative, resisting of this since weeks the proprietor 1863 and wife since been the defendant's health resort had an offer from parties the effects of rain, cold, or animal Uved with tfalm in Provo. The first who desired to purchase the estab- salts when applied upon a clean and wife, Sarah. B. Saunders, lived In the lishment, but which he declined. It dry surface. wss said that the amount offered for same hp use. , Scalds and For Sores, Burns, was $30,000. It Is liberally Cnapped Hands it is cooling and curaThe Commissioner, In consideration the place by health come seekers who tive. of the defendant being) a poor man, Satronized near. As a Hoof Ointment it has a widely About the "middle of the afternoon fixed bis bonds at $500, and that of the y another established reputation. witnesses at $200 each.i to appear beTERRIBLE ACCIDENT For tick in sheep It is a perfect fore the grand jury at Provo. Dr. Alma tho grub without B. Dunford and Warren No Dusen- - occurred at the Union Pacific railroad remedy destroying fleece. tbe Injuring depot in this city, in which a youngk berry became sureties. man lost his left arm. Mr. Ralph DSsTPut up In 1 rb. tin-- only, each whose father is serving a term of bearing our trade mark and signature In the penitentiary for of the inventor. Manufactured only fjrtbe Morgan MlkeseU Assault. imprisonment the Edmunds law is switch by the Globe Lubricating Co., N. Y., The tjial of Wm.Morgan.for assault violating man the He was on the for Studebaker Bros. Manufacturing P. U. In ing Hiram Mikeseli, In Lamb's Canon, ladder attached yard. to the car, and was Co., wholesale agents, Salt Lake City, with a neckyoke, on September 2d, was switching in the yard. When Hearing Utah. taken up before Justice Pyper this af- the scales he leaned forward, as is the preparatory to leaping to the BUY Home-mad- e Woolen ternoon. Mofgac at first entered a custom while the traln.was In motion, ground asthe and that of guilty Goods pleaded aad when about to make .the . spripg (his Fall from the plea sault had been provoked, but as Mlke- the switch caught or struek his disen- Provo Mills Agency, John C; him violently to seU was, unable to be present to gaged arm, throwing arm Old was thrown Cutler fc Bro., No. earth. His left affair, the give his version of tb across the rail and Const Motion Building. the plea was changed to not guilty, and TDK CAR WHTSKLS PASSED OTXR IT 3 5,004) pes. the trial proceeded with, C. O; Whltte-mor- e a He in manner. fearful it 10,000 lbs. Woolen Yarns. maogllns and. defense appearing for tha was stunned, but shortly after the doz. Mens Woolen l,0O0 for the fall he recovered Prosecuting Attorney Moyls consciousness. Socks. VAanriltn ooealsoon a as was as He aud taken ut pivavvuhiwut removed to the U. P. R. R. doz. Women's sand Cecll Smart was the first witnessa ble was on Eighth Street, la this city Children's and testified that the defendant and feosDital. Stocking., ?oon as tne woucas were examined had a difficulty A3 Hiram Mikeseli CassJ meres. by Dr. Sbern, the company's surgeon, 1,000 pea. on September 2nd, . la Lamb's he found It necessary to amputate 500 Jeans and Tweeds. pes. Canon. They were at-fire, cooking the Injured part, which he did 250 'middle the of at the lorearm. aad Flanpes. Iilnsey breakfast. Morgan tickled Mikeseli, Ihe patient was made as comfortable nel Sheeting. and the latter slapped him. He then as possible tender the circumstances. SOO Shawls. you oji man la about 80 years ot age, kicked him on the arm. Tha defends.: Tbe Is lOO' doz. Overall irts and ot and John Reeve, the picked. ap a .neckyoke and. ran. after Esq.of the U. C. K- - R The family of Undershirts. tlte and took turned who Bad distressH. been w. Mr. Pidcock Mikeseli, At Wholesale or Retail. neckyoke away.and beat Morgan lathe ingly unfortunate, aati has sustained a of number face. Mlkesell's brother thea InterM ens Salts made to order, TsilT SEVERS AEELiTIONS. fered and separated them. Morgan $18.00 to $23.00, from Proro gottheineckyoke again, and threat- About a year ago his son Joseph, a cloth. ened to get even. After break- young man Just past his majority, was John C. Catler &. Bro. the track of the Oregon to work. found dead on fast I the men went A near Men Idaho Short Line, In the evening witness saw Morgan at gun was lying near thetpelier, body. The back At A. J Peterson's. another camp, and they both came to part of the head was blown off and The dealor In Salt only were of skull found at S7 the was Mikeseli quite 5,ake City, Norwegian Salt Lake. years old, pieces Is the only place In town laid. a from the distance where body over six feet high and about ISO pounds Tbe cause f his death haa never been where yon can get the genuine NorIn fun. affair The herring. Norway began and lnwelght. really, clearly Satisfactorily as- way, and Holland and split codfish. A. full The wounds on Mlkesell's head bled certained, by the family. Since that anchovies first-claat of groceries Mr. Pldcock's eldest son Jedediah assortment; in exProduce taken freely. There were two gashes about time a long time lowest prices. died. suffered for lie has C7 No . E. Third South In Wi., Street, three Inches length. from a wound In on of his legs which change. L. W. Smart corroborated this testi- was caused, I believe, from a tap from halt block east of Methodist Church. at the a hoe. After years of pain and anguish mony. He was present the New Carpets from 25 cents per yard which in Morgan? Instriking and Ponipree. Curtains LEG WAS AMPUTATED, on Mlfcsall's flicted the wounds lAt Acx&bachs' head. He did not see the blow struck, but he did not long survive the operaof to tbe but heard it, and on looking around tion, lie succumbed WABLKiaru. tomb at and was laid in tne scythe saw MlkeseU unconscious on the destroyer" -How many people rninXthelr stoman early stage of his manhood. He by swallowing cold drinks ou a ground, aad Morgan standing along- left a child a little boy who Is sim- achssummer day, when they could avoid side of him, having dropped the neck- ilarly afflicted, but from what cause I hot do not know definitely, unless It has all danger by adding 10 drops oi yoke. to him from his father. To Angostura Bitters, besides imparting The examination had not concluded descended his son Ralph, as above narrated, J a delicious flavor to their summer beday when we went to press. Mikeseli was lor the remainder of us mortal career verages. able to alt ap for about five minutes has lost the use of the left arm, and the result of the accident cannot at KEEP COOL The CKNTKNNIAL yesterday, but was confined to his oed this time be predicted. Of course all RKlfaiOKRATOK took the Gold can be and all that hope for. the best, Medal at the- World's Exhibition, as dene will be. to effect his recovery. using- LESS ICE and keeping that the oa CiiOLEK I very much regret to have to say A prithan any other. See It - Miss Deputlee In 8prlg"ville. dated a few things the who, Butter, SORBKSKN A CAJUyODIST'S, lady,the weeks since was burned through the St vate letter from Sprlngville 116 Main Street. 10th inst., states that, on the day previexplosion of a can of coal oil, Is now In a distressed condition. Qlea-soHer n very ous, deputy marshals Redfleld, BEDROOM SETS, the latest and are fearful and the members and Smith made a call at W. H. sufferings See them at of her body that were scorched are in nobbiest. SOBENSKX A CaRLQTJIST'S, Kelsev'S demises, but failed to find a aad state. A great deal of proud 110 Mala Street. which renders her him, though they made a search of the flesh has as to be so appeared acute agony called then etc. They house, orchard, ALMOST UWKND7RABI.K. at Mr. Kelaey'a next i neighbor's John in arrest succeeded whom She they Waters, receives every attention that can ing, also securing three witnesses, one be riven by the family of Mr. A. Green well, and many others who do all they of the latter being the main wit can and night to relieve her TT A. both ness wanted. The officers went anguish. day Her poor stricken mother is and the nearly worn out with watching and Just arrived, also an extensive line of Waters Mr. with but tho critical situation in witnesses to Provo, from which hoping, has almost which her child is At DINWOODEyS. polutthe captlvae were sent Into Salt discouraged her. Iplaced understand that Lake the same evening. In the News further medical assistance of yesterday Was an account of Mr. will be called in to aid the present atDAA1&X ORKEXICI Dr. H. J. Powers. How her Waters' examination before Commis- tendant On Market Bow, No. 74, keeps a first afflictions will terminate Is questionclass article of everything sioner McKay. in the able. Weber. Bakery Line, Groceries, Fruits and The officers, on the same evening, Fair Vegetables. dealing returned to Sprlngvllle and again Mrs. Owen's "Cook Book guaranteed. and Useful Released . - This mornlmg Frederick Household searched Mr. Kelsey's premise thorHtnta" for sale. Call was In A. see Went a success. Ob of and without still Jordan, Cooper, copy. oughly, but the street they saw a man named J. brought In from thepenltentiary.where Bncklea's Aniea Salve. Binksand arrested him on the suspi- he haa served a term ion one of the InTins B8T Salts hi the world for cion tbat he had notified polygamists dictments found against him for living Bruises, Sores, Ulcers. Salt of the presence of the officers. with more wives . than one, and Cuts, Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Mcwas a few Commissioner before taken for After detaining nim Hands, Chilblains. Corns, and all Skm and positively cures Piles, Eruptions, hours they seived a subpeana Kay, and a rlald examination by Dis- or no pay required. It Is guaranteed the trict Attorney Dickson showed that he ' to give on him to appear before or money perfect satisfaction, grand lory in Provo September 22nd. was entirely without property, being refunded. Price jO rents per box. If OR SALE at 2. The deputies, still determined to cap- bankrupt. The Commissioner took CM.; 1 Drug Store. to this matter advisement under until the Mr. po4slbierwent ture Klseyrlf the night, he being the afternoon, when Mr. Cooper was althere. A "water bauP'waa lowed to take the oath and was set at SCHOOL BOOKS . the ranlt there also. The officers were liberty. arstill In SpringvlUe when the letter was was he Immediately afterward written. At PARRY & Co's. rested on another Indictment charging unlawful cohabitation. Commissioner Fatal Fire. A dispatch to this McKay fixed the ball at $1,000, and For BEDS and BUREAUS, Cheapmorning's Tribunt, from Pioche, Nev., HeberBennlon and Albert Uebel be- est and Best, go to V SORXXSKN & CARLQCIST'S, gives the following account of a fatal came sureties to that amount. 118 Main Street. fire which occurred on Thursday night, at 8:30 o'clock: For latest styles of SIDEBOARDS To Voters. Duncan Noble, deputy "At Bristol, twenty miles southwest SOKKJfSJUf & Carlovist's, tO gO will of Fourth the Precinct, trom pioche, the northerly side of registrar lie Main Street. . Main Street was burned, trom the ba at the Twentieth Ward school brewery to tha poatofllce, both includto register, any persons whose ed. The flames were first seen issuing house, . COAX, t COAX 1 COAX. ! from tbe rear portion of Barton's names aro not now upon the registry Weber. Spring, Pleasant Valstore.. J. N. Gregory, an employee, llet, from 8 to 9 o'clock a. m., and from ley and RedBock Canyon All the Coals sold was known to be inside, and desperate 3 to 5 o'clock p. m., dally dnrlng tbe In the Salt Lake market. Oar Weber efforts to savei him were made by J. S. week commencing Monday, the 13th of tt from the celebrated Grass Creek Thef Bryant' and Jerry Leahigh. found mines and we are rolntna better coal Ditxcax Noble. burst In the front doorand September. than ever before. No other Weber tha counter in auchex- a brought to this market ca compare ta portion tbat ltwas tmpoaalhle It. All our eoals are nicely tricate him; they could not draw him commences with Mr. F. E. IMcGvbrix and cleaned. out by main strength.and be was dazed his labors as Third District Court re- screened Coal Department, Union Pacific Rail and unable to help himself, replyitg to way, company. their exhortations with unintelligible porter on Monday next. A. J. Omnraix, Aeent. only retreated They ejaculations. Office, Wasatch Corner cart-rid ir kc-o-f overheated amid the-fUTAH EaVSCHTIOBf. (res, when the flames had attacked At this season ot the year, the old their clothing and enveloped Gregory. The Horse's Friend Sulky Plow. The and established remedy The victim, who was burned to- cinDYSENTERY and all bowel strongest, and lightest draft ders, was It years old; be bad been on cheapest, enFlow Is the market. la It Sulky complaints, a prolonged debuch.J . The triglot of dorsed by the best farmers In the counthe fire can only be surmised. Loss In try. Call and see it at Z. C. M. I. and BROWN'S BLACKBEERY AND merchandise not known, but supposed Its Branch Stores, and at 1S1 to 1 H., :i GINQEK, to be light. The goods were mostly Third West St. op: stored In fireproof ce'lars. Nine buildSuiiT Lwucx Fooxdbt A M's-'- Co. th country know that It La one of tha ings burned. Loss merely aominal oa most efficient remedies lu use. Tbe account of shrunken value. Tbe mail oaarv Kptaasrt, 1 was sayed.'l valuable properties of BLACKBERRY la the post ftfflce natter ' .. , . ; ' You cannot afford to waste time la and JAMAICA QI50ER BOOTS are :' when your lungs are la skiliuily combined In It. to that all Commendable Energy. Mr. R. K. experimenting dinner. Consumption always seems diseases of the bowels" YIELD new advertisement will at flrt, only a cold. Do not permit READILY to Its influence. Thomas.whoae Every one should have a bottle of be seen la " this"" paper, and who has any dealer to Impose apon you with imitation of Dr. King's BSOWS'8 BIiACKBEKBT AND cheap been established In the emporium cor- some New for Consumption, ner for the last year, has shown great CoughsDiscovery QINQEB and Colds, but be sure you get energy In his business, as ail will be tbe genuine Because he can make on hand. Bold by all Druggists at 00 more profit he may tell 700 he has ceiua convinced on examining his par ooiue. something lust as good, or Just the stock o( staple and fancy dry same. Don't be deceived, but Insist goods, furnishings," notions, boots and upon getting Dr. King's Hew DisTHS.-BKQf- . which la guaranteed to give reshoes, and carpets. He: now occupies covery, Ia tats City, Friday. September la all Throat, Lung and Cheat afthe basement, ground, aaor aad second lief Z. C IS, at :1S p. m., of aarataaitu. Aaaie H. BotUas at Frea Trial fection. a stery. In tbe former la vast amount C I, Drug Stars. Brba. halavaa wife ot J. F, Brim ana Aaagfc of goods In bulk, on tha ground, flaor ter ot C. H. Bassett. Is the retail department ot dry goods Funeral trea resldanee, MS . SevilUa t BUS 141. . while Va.thn Mr. D. L. Wllcoxsan, of Horse Cave, South Street, Maaday, Septwnhar Uth, at t potter, boot ... upper story axe tha carpets, rags and Ev., says he was, for many years. badly p, nuv Friendf are larUsd alao Diabetes afQcted with Phthisic, ladies', misses' and children's gar- th pains were almost unendurable ments. All thlalarge stock baa been and would sometimes almost throw t ' selected by Mr. Thomas himself with him Into convulsions. He tried Electric Bitters aad got reltrt from the first special care to suit this market. bottle and after taking six bottles, was Tullidge' Salt entirely cared, and had gained In flesh : tamer between tha eighteen pounds. ' Says he positively The 6ase ball City he would have died, bad it not Is aew oonplsu aad vsady for dsJlTrr. I "Fata" and "Leans," on ThartdAf, believes been for the relief afforded by Electric and BUterv netted $10 forth Day Hursery Sold at fifty cent bottle at ' Z C M.I. Drugstore. Orphan's Home, 1" ,1 CHEA ' Sept.! 11, 1SSS HXprdar A rifle Prove i Bishop ProTO to-da- went 'to Whitnr y. Home missionaries will rlalt the . countrj wards Thb work of getting: a "machine" ; to-d- grand Jury commences on Monday. I. O. Haines, Es-- . of Logan, made a pleasant call at tbls office this morning. Thb Eleventh Quornm of Elders meet as ujual on Monday evening next, j . 8n6w, Esq., came up from MUford on last evening's Utah Central train. Thx September .term of the Third District Court commences at 11 a. m : on monaay. The forty-si- x delayed emigrants are expected on this afternoon's D. & K G. W. paaaenger train. WtomiSPs's first Territorial Fair will commence next Tuesday, at Cheyenne, and last until Friday evening. . U - J a. W . V nuu liuuti; tare . me uiiuie- ui Squires was arrested' last night to answer to the charge of vagrancy. Witnesses are being subpoenaed for cases to be tried In the ThirdSpistrlct Court during the September teria. Another rehearsal of 'i'iiiafarV was held last evening. Tire ladle and gentlemen taking part are making excellent progress. Ax open venire will Issue on Monday for the selection of grand and petit jurors for the September term of the Third District Court. Will. Htde, Esq,, of the Journal office, Logan, visited the News estaband Inspected It with lishment the appreciative eye of a printer. l of criminal The dates for cases during the September term of the Thlid District Court will probably be fixed on Monday. There will be about 80 cases tried.' A. flre0 , tb-tria- "Saints axd Sutlers"; will be played by the A.M. Palmer company at the Theatre on Monday ' evening. There has been a large sale of tickets lor the performance. r John Powell, William Bennett and Samuel F. Trescott were before Justice Pper this morning on a charge of drunkenness. They 'plea Jed guilty, and were each fined $6. Wk are requested to announce that the Sixteenth Quorum of Seventies will meet in the First Ward meeting house on Monday evening next, Sept. 13th, at 7:30 p. m. A full attendance Is desired. Sheritf a. J. Burt went to Lamb's Canon yesterday ,:o subpoena wltuesses to the quarrel between Wax. Morgan ana Hiram Mixeseii, a snort time since. Mikeseli stlil suffers, severely from the blow he got, but will probably recover. Reuqious services of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints will be held In the Tabernacle afternoon, commencing at ! o'clock. At 10 a. m. services In German will be conducted In th City Hall, and in Scandinavian In the Social Hall LOCAL KKW8. West Arrest. James McFsrland.-oWaber, Weber County, was arrested yesterday br Deputy Marshal Staata, on a charge of unlawful cohabitation, fie was taken before Commissioner Black and waived examination, being ,r released onf 1,000 ball. f Xotlca to Voters. The registrar for the Third Precinct will bo at No. 64 W. North Temple Street each day during the week commencing Monday, September 13th, from 8 to a.m. and from 5 to 7 p.m., to enter apon the registry list the names of those qualified to vote but whose names do not aow appear on said list. W. Clabk, ; Deputy Re glstrar. Fatal Accident On Wednesday, Mr. Henry Thomas, of Tooele, was hauling sand at Lake View, Tooele County. In the seat beside him. was bis little boy Thomas. There was neither back nor end boards to the seat, and whed the f rout wheel of the wagon went; Into a "chuck-bole- ," the boy was thrown out direcof the forward wheel, which front tly passed over his abdomen before the team could be stopped. Mr. Thomas picked bis little boy op after the terrible accident, and took him home, but although all that could be was done for him, he died next day. He was burled at Tooele yesterday. The grief strlcsen family have the sympathy of numerous friends in their bereave- -' seven-year-o- ld ment. Tlte Sunday School Singing Class. The following suggestions may aid the superintendents and choir leaders in the work of selecting singers to attend the free singing class which Brother Stephens will start for the benefit of schools and Improvement in ainging, ia the Assembly Hall, next Monday afternoon: asDuring the exercises certain from teachers and others, who, in tblr classes, show special aptitude thus select about twelve forslulug; boys under 14 years of age, and sufficient girls to make up thirty in all. fifteen years of age. Then call out their names, informing them for what viz: To attend they nave been selected, class where they will be taught to parts.tbat slag Sunday School songs, in may become members of the choir, they fcfcC. can Appoint two young ladies, who them, (.we undersing, to accompany stand the same valuable musical into repay structions will be given these, will renthem for the assistance they or some of the most der.) and let those trustworthy scholars take charge of tha music books U8 Sunday School Colon soag books), aad keep a list of the names of those selected, Require those selected to be at the Assembly Hall at 4 p. m. Monday to receive further necwrj Instructions. To derive the greatest possible benefit from this Important more. It Is desirable tbat ths choir leaders and superintendents select with care such chlldron as have natural musical abllr lty aad good voices, that they may become good models f or the rest of the children to Imitate In she musical exercises of the.varlous schools. It would only b taking proper advantage of the opportunity as soon, as . these young gingers become proficient in: then part to have an equal number ot others placed with rthem, t iaarh from tbera how to slag tha parts M they have learned. By this j means there soon would be itctg young singers la ch school capable of Joining Ul regular choir under the direction of their various leaders i Another step, and we have,.the whole school singing la baautlfnl aaxnaon Such- - a 'result would be well worth working for, even though it coat much patient labor. Thf example of tha teacher who ostrs to take tha lead aod' perform his portlosj ftf the task, will Inspire the chorister to do thetr utmost in the good work. uu-U- er j , MO CINE INAUGURATES POFUlAa Itai REGAL RULER Recreative Revels, IN THIS CITY. KA8TKKK PRICES Erafc to I Only 5(1 fats! Pid-coc- 86 I CARPETS! CIIII.OIlEtf, TJriJElt WINE, 2rt CKNTS. 0,000 Seats, including; admission, at SO Cents. 2,000 reserved, cushioned Opera Chairs, with back and foot rests 50 Cents extra. fnrn 00 J ThuTsday, 1 J t". II U ATC SALT LAKE,! TWO DAYS. 00 Wednesday L6 IT &5 CLOTHING . I KEPHL UTAH, SEPTEMBER 24. MONTPEL.IER, IDAHO. SEPTEMBER EVAJiSTOX, WYOMING, BbPTKMBEli tl. OGDKN.UTAH. SEPTKMUKR S6. NOTE The arrangemeati of the American Showmen's Pooled League will prevent any other Oircui from visiting Utah, Wyoming or Idaho this season. (Kditor. ) w.w. tOlii S SMOWS CIRCUS MENAGERIE HIPPODROME wild West DR. CflRNfeR's 1 ! WEST. WILD ! CLOAKS) S PAIjIj 1886! NEW COLOSSAL. FANCY TELTETS, PLUSH15S, FANCY SILKS, for Triiii.naiiijg'H. In to-da- to-da- y, J. ay To-da- i at 7:30. Georok 2To IVKoxre Z&Korlaltcixi.t Hsvtes j club has been organized In O. F. High Amusement Prices Decapitated! ' FRAtniKSTBi .Tiiii j BOUHEL-QVER-.. ) 3!;acmi,1; :"V avity DRESS GOODS! 5000 PIECES ; Flannel. -- I,00 STrPEXDGL'Sf.T' n Alllirn U UHl Wb F uAll HIS IM a il And H13 SCOOTS, Champion Shot of the World, "Evil Spirit of the Plains," COWBOYS, ISOIASS AUD WEXICAN Picturesqne Portrayal of the Perils aad Poetry ot UXP A BALLED llKVlVAIi n ENGLISH 4U XX tie ViiQUEHQS-i- OQ Prairies ROMAN HIPPODROME! OF THE CLASSIC & KENTUCKY THOROUGHBREDS THRILUKOLT TRIALS OF SPEED! BKALXSTIC ear "WE'VE GOT 'EM ON THE LIST 33000 LL : 20$ IUas(rious Ciroua Stars! 70 Distinct Acts; t3T PHKN OMEN Ali CHAMPIONS - FROM KUROPKAN CIRCUS I Wm TBE iHlST PBflSHlI!:E C08CtlD DEB KVKKY Bt THE GEIIliS NOTED OF SPECIAL WRAP SALE MAN. Boat Imposing- ColleUosi of W1M Beasts this Bide of tbe Nile. THE 1I8BIT EVEREST OF IIIHITE 1BEIII3N! WORDBDUS SAMPSON. Two-HmtH Caw, Wadta Htpsuaas, Red Horn Slfcinee:ros, HarTetanely Twliii aTltaiita aad atktar Waden. Orieatnl. Spoc4aoaIar Street Parade appearing on the public o'clock every rooming. TWO CXBIBITIOXS BAILT. BOOBS OPEN AT 1 AKD 7 P. X. rEHFOKMAjfCW BEGIN AN HOUR LATER. CARPETS, j Co-op.- night-watchm- in an Two-tone- d. Ulsters and Newmarkets which we will offer SPRING or FALL WRAPS MERMCH&BRO All this year's goods which will be sold at 75c. on the, $1.00. WE HAVE A FEW OUR Fall Kovelties ARE BEING RECEIVED DAILY! FIRST COME Left, which we are selllngr at SOe. on the $1.00, to a clean sweep of them. make '' i i ll f I ' ; ' i i Now is tho. ppiortuuiir fo eecnro a. ISAROiLlN ; CS . 4 ' ' . - " ' : - i ; : l f I1 - i AT ANY PRICE '4:' ; ". ''. " L i .' 'i - 's . v. 'Inincpiit!! iambs ! fiTfj?c WE HAVE NO BOOM FOB OIJ GOODS. OUT the In order to , balance ot Jour "Summer Stock of, julai ana uaJf , we are oiienng. j them at GREATLY RE1UCED i j We appreciate old frlen4s aod old customers, and Invite as BsaaT new ones as will study their own latereaV examlalns; the QUaLTTT" aad PBICE of. oar Goods. ." WHOLKSALS. BUTSBS' wIU do well to inspect our Intmense Stock and Honest Price befort turchaaiaf alMirtMre. t -- : v' .3 '' 1 prices i ;tt3 To;, : Our orders lor both Woolea ang Cottoar Goods were placed before tha lata material, adraoca la arteaa. aad wo are prepared to olve bay'ers- benefit thereof. , both Wholesale and RetaU-Hh- e XO TEOCJttS TO 8HOW GOODS I MAIL 0BDES3 KSCEtVX ' . , ' s j, .; J s i i '!;' ''!'!. . secure BARGAINS , call nearly, --- . .::.-.! S PKOKPt ATTEOTION.. ;; Our, Stopk of tI T BOOTS, SHOES "and SLIPPERS ia complete with the Latest Styles and Best Brands, ; well-select- ed DBA s- at Prices that will ensure - ' satis- - Beforobuyig call ;and , Md;s, J- - " - - ' ' s Re - Jm- - f v A m; ui' i.! i J I ma OTIOB'.'-- History of Zak 1 i '': see for "onrselTC8. 5 These Goods mnst he sold to make room for. the Heavy Fall and Wiuler JParehae tlasU Mr.-I- . Cohn is now ma kin a; iu New fork. sunn goods must go our ?;." TV ,..i.t 1 CHOIGE FIRST T a.I-li.igaa- ' anl Call Our Assortment of Novelties for Fall will 6e. the Largest and Most Attractive ever shoun in thl city. , isi... : '. i I . BARGAINS WE ALSO HATE , A F1MT , - Styles and at these prices. They d -- at 75c. on the $1.00. are Good are REAL s att 1J . him-behin- ! Wo have a few of last season's Wraps, in Silk, Velvet. Brocaded and Also, a few - BOLLS PAPER BARGAINS! BARGAINS!! I "- -t y. -- COMB Enormous Race Track 3 Times Around, One Mile ! ss to-da- THIS TftAR WITH "aUllj V L D WEST!" Great-Histdric- al I00 son-lnla- w " RKIXFOECED . 4 t A a ' X V .: iSsaMsa"SyiSJBSBSBSSs 1 .. .r , r r , ,1 iff. a H if ' N O I IM i i w. t N 1) w a .1 n it IPiat i : . F. :J 1.6 f n 4 l : MwMi I kU " . 14 I i GEORGE DFIfFORD. iir.B cxixrail uUH .rO o-J- r'i k; 1 '