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VOL V LKECI OITY, UTAH. THURSDAY ,TUNJiJ . 1805. 1 3 NO 9 M
I Gleaned from Various Sources and
' 'arranged for rapid reading.
Salt t.ntco Olty Is considering the ad
v'sablllty of constructing u new $20,000
Chila Olecn nnd u Mrs. Girrntd nro tho
lo latest insane patients 'l0lu Salt
The Knysvllto Holler mills cccurcd the
contract to Mipply l'ort Douglas with
, ir,100 pounds ol flour.
Tho JIuiitl MoeMiigcr Ij making
preparations to issue n largo edition de-
scribing tho ninny attractions of Ihp
Tho n3oeed valuation from J'rovo for
tho present tear, exclusive of rhllroads,
telegraph and telephone, wire h $1,850
Janiefi Conner, wlio wan arreted nt
Ivphraim lasl week for lohhlng his ulfe
' of somo cult, was hold tu tho grand jury
K in tho sum of i.',000,
k llurglsrs aro doing n land oflleo buei-
T iiesu at Provo, Ogden and Halt Lake.
K' Tho olho boo in unable to break up tho
K several thieving combinations.
" Mil. Elizabeth Mclz. of Salt Lake. ie-
f cently found guilty ot ciitlelng young
girls Into houses of illfumc, li.is been
sent to tho penitentiary for two ears.
Ogden people are laboring under tho
Impression that the Junction CItt ig
going to be headquarters for tho Orcfcon
Short J.ino under tho new management.
Last week in Salt Lake Win. MoAfm
colored, and Daisy Smith, n white wom
an, plead guilly to tlio criinu i f forni
cation and uvro eentonccd to sixty days
. -"The u hole territory from Salt Lake
eolith was visited last week with a par
ticularly dlsugreonble and heavy wind
Hlorm. llovover no eeiloug damage
II Nino beats were recently seen in ono
day by a plcaemc party .'iithin thirty
I. u. .. iiilie.u(.baU l.nUsg .Vtgnit so icports
Jolm Janice, -iloik of the Salt Lai i?
Tho propntcil C-o.OOO bonus to bo
given tho SMt I.uke Copper IMnnt com
pany hat been ilif posed ot by tho Copper
Plant (rnipany withdrawing Its suit.
The city will pay no bonus.
1 The V. M. C A. football team of Salt
j hake that went to Ilutte City to play on
1 Decoration day were defeated by a n-ore
' ..l .12 in o. Tho Ziun team was not in it
with tho Unite buzz caw.
ChingDoiig Then, a chliiamaii wanted
ludlybytho autlioillies uf New Voik
City was niresUd in Ogden this week
mid will be sent back. The heathen
atolu quite a larjo amount of money.
(J. W, Wllllami of Ogden was struck
by nn engine tln tho lallroad yards at
Ogden llouday ul iliis Meek and Uully
luut. He was rcftihcl admission to thu
hospital and In now on tho lunula ol tho
Kennedy, the trump ho assaulted an
aged couple near lirighain Cily Bun-.o
mouths ago and attempted to outrage
their only daughttr, n girl some 15
years old, lias been sentenced to Ecvon
yearn In the penitentiary.
Tho Salt l.ikoTribniio"saystliat w)nlj,
llcn Miller wan aelilevlng thu dimlmtr
Ion of being tlie only liathor at Saltalr
on lecoratipn day, a thief entered lifi
nparlmoiita and sloio (IM woith of
jowelry and ilothlng.
In the district court nt llenvor last
ivcok ii rapo ease was tried In wliirli the
ilefendant was uiulcr IJ jeaisol age.
llo is a ictidunt of Wnshingtou county
i ' and n horrible example ot cllinatli'ln-
Jerry Slmpw'ii ilio Hjcklo statesman
fiom Kania, will emigrate to Utnli
nbont July lt aeaouipiiuied by a num
ber ot i tlier people. Ho has purchatol
BOtno !JU0 acres n( land that will tie
watetwi by th Ml Nebo waterdlteh.
Henry Sbiflds and V. I. Snydir Imvo
brouslit euit in the I'irst Diatriutooiirt,
Tlutruinn and Wedgewood nttornes,
agiiiuittho Hercules Mining compnuy
,of Juab county, for fl.TlVi.UQ balanee
)ook aiuoiiiit alleged to be due. l'rovo
. Domlnteli, an Italian living at
jjaKur, wan 'ound belilud ono of tho
caloona of that town Sunday morning
' in nn uucoiiMilous condition. U had
received a terrible blow over the bond
villi some blunt Instrument and uinv
,d!o at any time.
tail week a sheep herder working fur
IjuIs Kabol ran nuro tho dead body of (
n man bttweon I'ol creek and diamond
Hpiliign Tlie body lay under ii ledge of
ruck, rolled in blankets, and wan covered
v llii i wagon-cover. Tho dead man had
-jio clolhlug on wlintovcr, nndirom tho
position ot the luidy lie was probably
mnrdfTcd and the body hidden undtr
the K'dgo An old miIJIh and eomo
cnrtrldgea woro found clot by, but
uotlilug to Identify who the man was,
orwheroha came frotr, was fourul, ss
(hero w'as no clothing of Miy kind dis
covered. A sheep herder found n.good
gun near the epit lait fall, but did not
sec tho body, 'the renmins nero ofa
lery largo man, nii'd from all appearances
lio waa n white 'inah'T alt I.ako
Another Utah 1 ifv,'Crtt& .njijcfbacli
of Salt Titike, linsViclijIcvcd'liIgh huuors
as n bright echohfennd a promising star
in the oratorical circle f t lie future.
Mr. llauerlxtch won the interstate prize
in oratory against nine comtltot8, his
subject being "Thn Hero of Compro
mise." Tho last number of Review of
UciiowH pays tho young gentleman a
very high tribute
DetccthoA K. Franks has taken n
euro fortho liquor habit, nut the ICeeley
cure, but one which lie wiys ia quite as
eireetivo, viz the Ureenman cure. He
went before tJ. S. Commissioner lireen
man and attached bis slgnalum and
HHoro to an obligation by which lie
undertakes never to drink any intoxieat.
lug llquora or engage in any game of
chance thu remainder of his natural
Council mot in regular session, Mayor
Kllingsonlu tiiacliuir. IVeaent, co.iuoll
meu rowell, IajH and Meara. 1'raytr
by councilor Kvatis. Minutes of
provlou meeting read and approved.
An ordinance providing for the
licensing of Ireili meat dualors, tlxiug
the license at (10 per year as read
threo times and passed. t
Heort of Ci.y Jnatico Evans fron.
November lSlli, 1801 16 date, showing
that forty cutcu had been Hied in luu
court. Fines and costs amounting lu
40.30 was imputed and accounlod for
Oituh collected ami depoollevl $107.55
Served Out In fit I. a ltd paidons 38.00
ufitId,Jiirjf.l.audrtUlfJMRt . n 'p
I'ald for pens "'" -t9(
Wan ruad ami accepted,
tin i.s Ai.i.owKn
Willinm Sabey, extra polko '. 70
J. C It.iker, spraying tries '.! Ou
Abo (iudnilliikoil, dug tags .-$-
K 11. Davis, Atty ftuii - W
The Major muk inntiucted in hae lliu
Iron uliutterti on lliu eiiy jml painted
and was also instructed tu ascertain the
dimension of u suitable uregou pine
liberty pole and to lepuri at tl e nest
Powlon of the council.
William Taylor mkeu for dejd to
covet two lods of giouml adjacent tu his
land in the acre 1ji Referred to
committee uu sheets
Jodtfph A. Dorton asked that n cor
rected died bo given hiri correcting
bomceriors In title mid mibml.ted.uu
iibtiliuct of title In justillo.itlou of his
claim Ueferrvd to commltteo ou
Adjourned. Item-diction by council
1 o the StoclclioWcra of Lclii Comninrclal
and Savings Hank.
l'lto aiirunl minting of the atot-k-lioldpitot
Ihi Commercial mid Sniugs
ainrlkwill lie hod at their offiee Tuesday
J nly it, 18S at II a. m., for llie pnrpo,
ot electing ii Iwnid of 0 dincors Ui ae.ie
for the emuin year, and fur the ti tus
actioii of any other busliitHk 'but may
properly come tiefore thu meeting
Thomas It. Culler, I'residcnl,
Ole KUingtion, Conhier
To the Citizens of Lohl.
There will u meeting of the
cltlit-ne of Ih'rlield in the tabernacle
Sunday afteruuou at 4 o'clock p m. tor
Ihepnrpoeeof hoosing a enuimlttee tu
gwtup a program fo"- the celebration uf
the l'onrth of July. All are invited
There will bo a meeting of tho slook
lioldcraof the Uhi I'nblUbiug Co. held
In IliisuUloeon Monday evening, June
17, iSlC, at 8 o'clock p. in. (or the purpoae
of cltcting 5 directors fur the'eusulng
year, mid the tram u-tion ot other
Dissolution of Partnership,
The fl i in of Coo & P.ivls have thin
day dlhuolvod partnership. J lf. Cook
will ueutliiii tin busincue.
J. F. Cook'
Tueedoy, Mtiy 7, IlB5.
" "Or. Price's Croanriialilng Powile?"
Alost rfuct Atado.
UTAH MINING NOTES
News from 'fintic snd Mcrcur
Tlio dciiiand for good property of late
is rapidly increasing and tlio claim
I owner with any kind ot a ebon lug has
everynptiortunlty of bondlngaiid having
Tho shaft on the Magpie Is down
about ICufcet, and a change is occunbg
in tlio bottom. It Is probable ibat the
lock now bolng broken will prdo to bo
tlio hanging wall of tho vein.
No material changes ia reported in the
Hlllsldo propel ty. Tho vein Is large
and tho oro has nil the cai marks of pay
mineral, but the assays are not yet en
tirely satisfactory to tlio operators.
Wowero shown some very fine ap
pearing rock the. first of tho week from
the Hover property, which Spooncr and
partners are developing under bond.
Mr Spooner Is confident that ho will
soon have pay ore, and the samplei
mentioned, would certainly encourage
one in that belief.
Tliedemnnd for ground on tho vein is
oxempllllcd in part by the largo number
of prospectors who nro searching for
fractions and claims which wcro not
properly exempted labt year. Tor some
days past the rccorder'n olGco has been
nlmot constantly besieged by men nnx- ,
louidy scaicliing tho recordb to ascertain
facts of thl character. ,
There liaH been BoniodilUculty between
Joclier andltcthkoand the Geyser com
pany over tno spring bonded by the
former to the latter. It seemed that
when the bond expired Mr. Glsborn re
fused to pay tlio purchaco price until
a cloud on the title had been removed,
and it is charged that Hcthko and
Joclior then turned tho wntor off
Sheilir.McKellar was sent for Wednes
day and arrested Mr. Hethko and took
him to Tooele the enmo evening. Wo
liopo tho matter will be adjusted In a
satisfactory manner without a resort to
rjiero were rumen again this week to
,lho 1 11'ed ifiat CoI.""WaIl TindnisTOutatca
were to bo enjoined from diverting any
of tlio waters of Ophir creek to this
district, but Col. Wall assured tho writer
that ho was ready to givo a liond to
deliver tlio water to any part of the
district 1-y the latter part of July. Ho
said tlio rumor waa caused by an at
tempt to coin pel his company to buy
tome of the land on Oplilr crick but
that it Mould bo unsuccessful.
The Tlulic Miner
'Ine AJax has discontinued the use of
llurloiglis and is sinking tlio shaft with
hammers and drills. From our Mam
Mux Boeluner, the well-known Col
orado mining man, waa hero tho first
of tho Meek looking over the Carlen, In
the leave ou uhich he is interested.
'It ia reported that thu Ilullion-BieU
Salt I.ako olllccs have been leumved to
tho McCorntck building where they
have lilted up commodious and hand
Matters aio renoiicd to be looking
particularly favorably in the Utah tun
nel, hi fact it Instated that a consider
iihlo body il ore hns been encountered
which runs well in gold and ceppcr.
Tliuie la no doubt hut that thu Utah is
gojng to eomo rmt as one of the gicatest
iiilnei in Tin lie.
,'1'he i-pincnt work on the Itulllou-ncck
imeriolr on tho dliido will be Ilulsho-1
tutlny or tomorrow and the water turned
In. Alt'T this Is dona it is hoped that
ttie present dllicilly oier the watw
auppl will bo overcome and tho mill
will bo nblo to run to Its full capacity
Owing to the bad condition of the
timbers Immediately nboye Ihe-lW level
of tlio Mammoth, that mine was obliged
to Bluit down Tuf-Bdny mid Wednesday.
Sufficient repairs were however niadu so
that tho mine started up again yester
day morning. Supt. Nesbit atntcs that
It mil lie keicral days before the shaft
vi ill be completely repaired as It should
The work of rctiuibcrlng tb Eureka
Hill shaft from tho surfaco to tho 300
level commenced lasi Saturday, June
1st, and it U otlmntcd that tho work
will tiiknn little over ten days, Until
the timbering is completed no mining
will bo done, but nearly all of the
omploicca nro working in tie siiaft,
tliero lining both a d.iy and night shift
at work Tim timbers blo tho 900
level are in good idiapu ami It will not
bo necea'nry logo below that level.
Shipments from the district for the
pint week are iiIhiuI ud fulloue: l'roin
the Uultlmi-llcck 0 carloads, from the
Ceptennlal-r.urcka ll cmlonds, bom the
Gemini tl carload dully, from tho Ajnx
1 carloads, fruiii the Miimmoth 2 car
loads, from tho Oarisa 3 carloads, from
the Sioux '.' cailoadi, from tlio Spy 1!
oarlcKidB, from thu Iron luliiu t tn .'
tons daily, from' the Maminotli mill tl
carload coiiceiitintef, from tho I'ureka
Hill uilil 16 carloads concentrated,
fhree owp Bakipg powderl
PXIBST AND J3BST.
I WLs6 Iks? s y
4wmfrM KW fJ Mm
Ti- i; g-' J
Always iaitlie Lead. Ask your Grocer
for ife,' and take no substitute.
HGWtt Bros. Salt Lake City.
VAN I W FAS R
lNONE BVT 'Uffif'WEPINESrl
Virginia., -is Turkish
ToBACCQ & -i;: HKUBT iKILUED
WoRKMEU C;,."lEOI MAKING
1h"cAmriri. i ! .uaccy(iSticccasor
1J..K, Ii'iidOnlce )
Suit rJDi0lly. Utah.-
,-. Juno 0, 1805. )
Complaint lmvli been entered at
tkfj oflleo b Ifiillyn Kvan ngainst
(ieorgv 1). Wolioicl fgr abandoning bis
Homestead Kntry No. 0873, dated
Augnst 8, 1892, tipon ttio N W M
Section SO, Townahlp 5 S Hange 1 W, tu
Utah County, Utah Territory with it
view to the cancellation of suld entry,
tlm anl.1 ,.arlt. h arA ttproliv ftilminnnoil
..v .... , - -
to appear at this ofllce on tho 17th day
of July, 1H5, at lOfl'elotk a. in , to re
spond and furnish taetimony concerning
said alleged alumlOTiment,
Ityron Groo, Hegibter
U'lrst rublKttioi) June 13, 1800.)
Tarks' Conii fljfrop eutoe Colds and1
Consumption Mjn. fjatliorine, Black,
ofl-eHoy, n V., aaya: "I took one
bottle of l'.irk Cough Syrup. United
like iiinl .-iupped my cough ami I
am perfect!) "ill i "
S M by 1). E. Islington.
I hereby gie twHoe to the public Unit
I have iluuge of lU-niy Simmons'
pasture aud alt parsoi ihing to put
stock In said uMnrnl apply to me.
Terms 1 . perijvonlb,
. ! .-.
fccoeedlngly ehcap rates to St. Louis
are now in fleet the Union racillc
and Mlaeoun Isolde U'ys aro running a
daily Tollman Palace Sleepor fiom Stilt
Ijike City. Cheyenne and Denver to St
Louie IDiout ebango. l'ullmar Dining
Care Denve to Kaniai CUv.
See V. 1. iigcnt.
STRICTLY IN IT.
Tin fi . i0, Union I'm i!h- anilNorlh
irel.'' l.i i:u offer tho In i ioinnodil
th,.Ht.-t.i- traveling publ n- en r ute to
Chicago. Through 'train-., fast time,
iiiigniticcut leepingcnii4,tl. ,'".it .lining
mrs, i (iloinet lleepr -, riilnii.incl.alr
. urn, au'll.andaoiiic d i . .n li i
I cm make you a uu i ii t ' teeth
' a i)uu i .n And un tin- !.m of th'' globe.
.... m ... ...... rf- .. .. - . ..-.tJ.- A.
They nppea! irresistibly to all people of
rodned taste, and all penolis ot refined
tnsto prise them highly. Prcfiimories,
extracts, and toilet waters nro now
necessities of refinement. Our stock
presents everything desirable on tho
lint. Hear in mind that tlio one place
In Lelii, not only to purchase per
fumeries, but also to havo your pro
scriptions filled nnd to obtain every
thing in tho line of drugs nnd medicines,
is the Union I'iluuiacy, whero puro
drugs nnd scrupulous caro arc the
T. J. Wapswortii, Druggist.
In Union Ilotol Building, Lohl
ONKM.OOK fiAST OF Banneu Ovncit
i Deeds, Wills, and nil Kinds of Probate
Uuelncsa attended to.
I.kiii. ... Utah.
jo More Back AcheJ
BflNFLAMATIOH oV BLADDER. a0
ALL KIDNEY DISEASES..
Trial bottle 25c. Sold by
D. E. Ellingson.
fins i : . vr (.'ot llCuiii proiupujr mSts
where all oihcvs tali, Couchi, Croup. Bora
liiroat, Ilotracoou, wbooplnrf Couth tnq
ftjlhins. lor Cooauinptlea It tins no rtnUi
iiicuril thouind,cna Trill OCRB you 11
LikiDia t'me. iJold 1)7 Jru:slsts on a ixtmr.
tntp. l"..r n Iuno Hack or Chut, tin
UlllLOlt'U HZLLAUONMA FLAfcTERJCC
tccatocuroyou. l'rtoo,COct3. njsctortroe.
Li Commercial and Savin I
Sfcato 8troot. H
Capita! Slock 50.0tt M
Durplvia 03,000. H
T.R.CUTLER, FRANCIS ARMSTRONG, OLE ELL1NOB , H
Proaldont. Vioo-Prosldont. ClthUr
Five Per Cent Interest Allowed on Savings Deposits. Compounded Qtuiwiy H
niRBCTOR . H
T. R. Cutler, I. D. Wines, J. I). Toranto, Wm. Clark, M
Francis Armstrong, M. K, Cumniinrrs, 1'. W. Madsen, H
John R. Winder, Jr., Thad Powell. M
Alex. I. Wyatt, I
Praotioal Optloi. M
Itepairer of chronometers, tin watches and jotvelry. OUissa
pround to fit the eight. YVo havo always on bund for sale a
Urc stock ol line watches, diamonds and oteer Jewelry. All H
goods warranted as represented or money rofunded. M
232 Main Stroot, Salt Lalco City B
Santa. Fk Route. I
BIO GRAWDE WESTERN, COLORADO MIDLAND I
ATCHISON, TOREK A AND SANTA
FE RAILWAYS. H
The only line which runs Fullman Palace Sleeping Cars between
Ogden. Salt Lake and Chicago without change,- nnd
Pullman Palace Reclining Chair cars be M
twecn Ogden, Salt Lake City, M
Denver and Chicago. H
THE SHORT UWE. H
SUPUItB SC&YJSJtr, H
EQUIPMENT VXSVRPASSBD H
Are YoU Goinq Easl? fl
IP BO, BK BORE AND BKOUItE TICKETS ItEADDrtl
0VEH THE "SAjTA FE IiO UTE. " -
Grandest and Greatest Kallroad on Earth. H
SAJCttve OgJcn cr Salt Laktoatht tenlnglrtn.lnorilcr.tat llie mo tututlUt H
tetany In Amcilu. --- IH
Tnlai lavtt Rio CrauJt Weilcrn Depot, Salt tV City, t 7.10 p. m, Ticket Offlct, 11 w 2nd a H
ti C piiRlVET, Gei) Ag'lPaaseijger peparfcitaai)! H
400 Dooly Building, Salt Lake Pity, Utah. M
The Lehi Manufacturing Company I
PUREST AND BEST VINEGAR I
For, Pickles and table use. Ask your grocer for it. H
Take no other. - - H
l. A. VaUez, Mai)agr.
Buy Our; I
lm Lily Men's Ik: I
District 76;. SCH00Lsh0B, j
I at the People's Co-op. I