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r SALT LAJl DAILY flEJALD MATURDA 1II0nIKG J1JIiY 31 18SO
LIST OF AGENTS
The following gentlemen are author
fed to canvass for the SALT LAKE
DAILY SEMI WEEKLY and Vs EEKLY
HKKALD also 10 receive payment and
receipt for the same
I
U JIuir Bountiful Woods Cross and
Centrevillo
H A Lewis Georgetown Bear Inice Co
W A Stewart llIverury Sevier County
John Hortin llockpqrtand Wanehip
Win Hulme BloomiDRton Do
H Tuftllonroe Sevier County
I Tho Wallace Ogden and Weber Ga I
J U Shepherd Bear Lake County
I A W BabbiltSpring Lake and
Santaquin
0 F Lyons Summit County
E Hoariad American Fork
A Legslie Ki untain Green
iiw Driggs rPleasant Grove
E E Cowdell Beaver County
W 0 Crtor Spanish Fork
W L Watkins Brigbaro City
D 0 Brian Piute County I
Thomas 0nwley Juab County
J S Aloflat Mtadowville
Walter WalkerFarmington
JO T Elli Spring City
John Shields Tooele City
I John Batty Toquerville
i J K Ozark Grantsvills
I Win 3fendBnhall Springville
j gJohDson Silver Itef
John Pymrn t Geoflttl
McMullin Ileber City
R Ilayborne Cedar City
j F Walters Mill Creek
Si William8 Kphraim
F II Wright Coal ville
H P ililler 1 Richfield
S Francis Morgan
John Swain FayeUe
Edw Reid Payson
T Greener Kanosh
Win Probert icn Holden
Charles O Shaw Hyrnm
John S Black Deseret
VmProbert Scipio
Charles Footo Nephi
John W Shepherd Levan
William burbcck Provo
George t Scott Mantj
John WoodhouEeLehi I
PRODUCE MARKET
Following are the ruling wholesale
buying prices in Salt Lake City
GRAIN Wheat 80 90c P bushel
Barley 13515 > cwt Oats 210
230 9 cwt I
FLOUR XXX 225240 XXXX I
1265275Pcwt
TOES6Oc65c t > bus
SHELLED CORN 1208l25cwt
BRAN1OJ Shorts 110 cwt
BUTTER20C SOc V lb
EGGS 20c V doz
WOOL Choice Fleece 1820cPB
HIDES Prime Flint 14c V lb >
Following are the latest quotations
f flour grain wool etc in the San
Francisco market
FLOURSuperflnef3504 00 Bakers
Extra 85121 550 Family Extras
fo 621 Vans Walla extra f 1905121
fbbl
WHEAT No 1 51521 155 No
2 1421EO Veil
1JARLKY Feed 6772t for Coast
and 1 40 for Bay Brewing 75 871
I cwt
OAT3Quotablo atl 30 14GPctl
for Feed
CORN Quofable at 51 45 for Large
White Si 17i fur Small and 1 12J for
Larire Yellow 4q ctl
WOOL Sin Joaquin and Southern
C t ± 2 25c nominal Very little
doing
UlDES Dry Hides usual selections
Flint 171 18c Dry Kips 171 18c
Green Baltnd heavy steers over 551bs
lOjc do under 55 lbs10c Kips lOc
Calfskins 10 12c
1
UOSMERCIAL
Coultl daily by McCornick it Co
SILVER
fill Lake 111 par omce
New York 114 per ounce
LEAD
Bait Lake 14 per ton
Now York 4J cper pound I
WEATHER REPORT
FALT LAKE CITY July 80 80
am am pm p1
4tO 940 120 840
Btrtraelcr 301 30t 298 D 89
Thermometer 5 c SO 3
UuQidity 42 3 16 19
Direction wind Cam CE IE N
ila rer Hour 0 2 G
Sile ethe Cer Clear Clear Fair
aiDral 1 for 24 hoorO 0 of in loch
Machates Thor deg s minimum 02
A Good Thing
German Syrup is the special pre I
scription of Dr A Boechee a cele
brated German Physician and is
acknowledged to be one ol the most
1 foilurae discoveries in Medicine It
r quietly cures Coughs Golds and all
Lung troubled of the severest nature
lemovmp as it does the cause of the
nflection and leaving the paits in a
ttrong and healthy condition It is
y not an experimental medicine but
has stood the test ot years giving
satisfaction in every case which its
rapid increasing sale every season
ccnfima Two million bottles sold
annu My Beware ot medicines ol
BimiKr names lately introduced
Bor 1 ee German Syrup was intro
duct n the United States in 1868
and is now sold in every town and
village in the civilized world Three
T doses will relieve any ordinary cough
Price 75 cents Samble bottle 10
cents ml
Armed to the Teeth c
Is a very common expression but we
think that armed to embellish and
preserve them to a ripe old nee is
decidedly more appropriate This
cap be dote by keeping yourself sup
d plied with a bottle of that splendid I
dentifrice Fragrant SOZODONT I
tb which will beautify tho teeth and
preserve them from the ravages of
decay 80ZODONT contains nc1
ands or gritty substances which injure t
the enamel but is composed of rare
and antieptic herbs which have a
beneficial eOect on the whole economy I
cl the mouth Sold by druggists
0c jy7
5c 8
LUMBER SHIKCLES LATH
ery PLOQRIKC RUSTIC SIDIHC
P OKETS ETC CHEAP AT
UTIMER TAYLOR GOS
I I
in
IT IS TRULY WONDERFUL
SEe what improvements now axis
a L5 Compared with ralwav travel onlv
a few years ago To become couvmcea
If f this one baa only to select for his
fouteEaettbe popular and wellknown
CHICAGO NORTHWESTERN KAILWAY >
a I Yoa are landed by the Union Pacific
Railroad in the Union Depot at Coun
cii Bluffs where stands the 0 Jl
r PakceTrain composed of Pull
t Ifl5 n Hotel Cars Pullman Sleeping
Cap Elegant Day Ci achfB
Eiatkin p Baggage Postal Carp
He ready to convey its pussen
mere tough Iowa and Illinois and
late C cage Gliding smoothly along
CTr te t superb track of steel rail i
woBgh thriving cities and villdge
wmiorUbly seated in this train one i
warctly difeccversthe high rate oft I
Speed 1 which be is riding Trains of
tbis road are always on tiinp con
flections sure and paetengere eeefej i
tG lug plcaturp comfort eattty aud
e m j traveling will find the I
NortbWtern in excise of IIIt1r I i I
eXPect tiom and the greatest of all
fUtu to Chicago and the East In
list upon Ticket Agents selling you I j I
f1C
Ticct5 ria this Road all Agents eel
iS5 tpf then Examine your Tickets and I I i
teU8 10 buy if they do not read over i
thl
Tra g0 4d If you wish the Beal
Traveling Accommodations you will
SL0 Tickets by this Route
0W1 AND WILL TAKE NO OTHER
Southern Utah
There is no change worthy of note
at tbe Horn Silver Mine eave that in
their north working they have broken
into the od cave and are preparing
to clean it out Both boilers for toe
hoisting wcik are in position and ht
Jng filled for testing The raiiroa
from town to the mine still remains
in etalu quo and the company are
shipping ore to Milford by team i
which they are able to do for lees
money thin the railroad company
charge besides saving a large per
cent which would otherwise be lost
in handling Arrangements have
been made to ship by rail from the
north twenty tons of iron fluxing ore
per day until the return oC tbe
teamsters who are absent celebrat
I ing the Twenty fourth when a con
tract will be let for its transportation
by tans I
A the another only one stack is i
running another will be fired up thr
first of next week A great amount
of grading is being done around the
works as Mr Bill tbe manager
says more to keep the traders em
ployed until they arn wanted on tbe
road than from ua present necessity
fjr tbe work The space thua cleared
will however be put to immediate
use Stone partitions wll be run
through tbe sounds and 1 series ol
bins made for the reception of coal
iron and ore
The Frisco Company are pushing
preparations for the resumption ot
active operation a fast as possible
The machinery for tbe new coucen
trator consisting of seven card to be
erected at the Carbonate Mine bas
al been shipped from tbe cast one
car of which has alrf ady arrived and I
the remainder is expected every day
The limbers for the works are all on
the ground so tbat when the ma
chinery arrives there will be no delay
and the work will be pushed to com
pletion in very short order It is es
timated that the entire cot will not
exceed 25000 Wnen these works
are once in operation the last obstacle
to a continuous and profitable run of
tbe rmelter will have been removed
and we look to see the stockholders
reap the reward they so richly de
serve for their pluck and energy
They bare bought the tailings cf
the Raymond k Eiy Mine at Bul
lionville Nevada which they concen
trate up to about 90 per ton and
then ship to the smelter here Some
250 tons of thee concettrations are
now on the dump The ccsl of haul
ing is not to exceed 1 per ton
which will probably leave the com
pany a nice little profit
They now employ about thirtyfive
men which number will doubtless be
more than doubled when the smelter
starts urSouther Utah Times
SODA SPRINGS WATER at Geo
A Meears 20c per hot jj30
For the very FINE3T VIEWS of
the GREAT WEST go to Savages
Art Bazar a29
F Anerbacli Bro
The Removal Sale of F Auerbach I
t Bro is proving a genuine success
on account of their strict rule not to
advertise anything they are not wil i
ling to fulfil They say their stock I
of elegantly made up Ladies Under
wear must go and quote the follow
ing prices II
Ladies Chemises from 75c 1 125
175 2
Drawerp 65c 90o 110
1 60 190
I Nightgowns 125 175 2
2 75 S3 50
Dre ° sing Sacks 90c 125
150 2
U Corset Covers 125 150
175 1 90
I I White Wrappers 190250
310 375
11 White Skirt 125 160
2 3
Childrens White Pique Dresses 150
to 6 worth double the price
Infants Robes 125 150 175
200
Fuitter Reduction in the prices of
nil other goods
jyH F AOEBBACH BRO
CHINa Fow Piano and Furniture i
Polish lor sale by H DIMYOODEY
1 jy23
For Austin
Mr B G Tayaum left for Anztin
Nev on Friday afternoon He goes
to accept 1 position on tha Reese Ricer
Rectille published at Austin in tbe
Silver State Mr Tayium is i I young I
man who has become thoroughly I
acquainted with all the branches of
the noble art of printing in thia
office in which he has been employed
between seven and eight years
During all that time be has been
faithful and industrious and by his
natural aptness and perseverance has
mastered his profusion thoroughly
and for one so young is a credit to
the craft He it bright intelligent
genial possesses no small share oi
literary talent and withal has as pro
mising opportunities for the future as
any oung man could desire We
commend him to his new employers
as worthy every confidence
RECEIPT BOOKS FOR SA
AT HERALD OFFICE d
GENTS StRAW FELT and Silk
Hats repaired reblacked and re
novated at Smiths Hut Factory
Fuot South Street opposite north end
of Commercial Street jy2S
The Last Day
This is the last day for the filing of
complaints with the County Court of f
Salt Lake County in regard to the
assessed value ol any propeitr and
applications for aba etuenta or remia
tion of Territorial School and County I
taxes and all persons having com I
plaints or desiring to have their taxes
remitted or abated must improve this I
their hut opportunity for this year
Those who have applications to
make in the interest ot the insane I
idiotic infirm or indigent under their
care and supervision will do well to
give this matter their immediate
attention
WIlES YOU want a Plain or Mixed
Drink doct forget that you can get a I
good one at the Exchange Saloon
js27
Uomeilade 1 lloiiicilade 1
Trunks Oversbirt Flannels
Soap Undersbirs Cloth
BroomF Socks Jeans
I AVashboardo Overalls Linseys
Baskets Par s Is Blankets
CiacVtw BxttirijT Yarns etc
I At tae Old Coostitution Building
jeS JOHK C CUTLEE Agent
Ladies Delicate and Feeble
Thcsa languid tiresome sensations
causing you 11 feel ecarcbly able to be
on your feet that constant drain that
taking from your system all its former
elli l1iIYi driving the bloom from
your ctittkf tbat continual strain
upon your vital forces rendering you
irritable and fretful can easily be re
mend by the use ol thot marvelous
remedy Hop Bilfro I r uUritiee
i and obetructiotta of your system are
i relieved at once while the special i
j cause of periodical pain arts perms
heed thfs I
nenlly I removed Will yaubed
See Truths
THE BERLIN FISH EXHIBI
TION
Some Points Relative t this
Interesting Occurrence
It restng
The Berlin International 1 Fishery
Exhibition haspassed off with great
eclat On the 17th of June the
directors commissioner und ixbi
bitors assembled in the Grotto of
Neptune at the time designated in
the printed programme 12 noin and
at 1 pm The Crown Piince of
Germany wa3 is attendance ti hear
tne awards as read by the Hoiorarv
President Herr Marcard flit awards
made give evidence of tee prominent
position occupied by toe United
3uer and it will be especially grati
fying to those acquainted with the
distinguished naturalist Professor
Spencer F Baird who has done so
much to advance the iLteretd of fhb
culture and of science generally in
this country to hear that to him was
awarded tbe first grand priza of honor
given by His Majesty the German
Emperor and King Prussia This
prize is a magnificent crystal epergno
encrusted with gold and enamel and
containing a globe of tbe purest crys
tal upou which is seated a fisher boy
holding a dolphin aloft on a spear
I is supported by silver human
figures male and female tbe former
with spear and conch and the latter
with a large pearl the whole standing
about two feat high
From Forest and Stream we learn
this elegant epergne will be on exhi
bition in New York when no doubt
I tbat excellent journal will let ua know
more about this grand prize of honor
awarded to Profeeeor Baird aa chief I
commissioner of fisheries of the
United States
To the Unite States department
of finance coast survey for coat
charts of the Atlantic and Pacific
Oceans etc and to tbe
United States commission of fish
and fisheries to each of these
geld medals with special diplooias
were awarded The exhibit of the
latter department must have been
specially int > ieating and instructive
being a grand collection of imple
ments ot fish culture f hways
chart models of hatching housed
and pu lications Gold silver and
bronze medals were awarded to a
large number of American Nothing
seems to have escaped recognition by
those who awarded prizes and honor
able mention from dried fih to
living specimens strange corals
oysters and then anatomy mussels
pearl harofpearl radiates
worms insects and their larvce as
food for fib and their young crusta
ceans amphibians turtles and
tortoises salamanders waterjogs
for instance frogs tcads and soaker
water birds mammals living in
animals water and all the products of water
Of the canned preparations of the
United States almost everything was
shown and many prizes were
awarded too numerous to insert here
Among come edible cuticsitiea may
be mentioned the reptiles and ba
tiachiane Great American edible
bull frogs bell benders and eels
maudera Professor G Brown
Goode an assistant t the United
States fish commission received I
siUer medal l fur a grct chart BJOW
ing the fish culture atutions of the
United State of the state fish com
missions end of private fish culuriats
I By the death of the late fish com
missioner for Utah Hon Albeit P
Rotkwood thin territory may not I
have been noticed as it might have
been had thct active fiat culturer
lived But we have others among us
who are devoting attention to this
important industry We have ample
opportunity of becoming a flab rais
ing people and when the ucil r
port of states is made out Utah will
occupy her proper position in it
SODA SPRINGS WATER at Geo
A Meears 20a per hot jySO
A LARGE LOT of FISHING
TACKLE just received at ED
HARRIS Little Church mj7
Floating Bath Houses
Chase Garn proprietors of the
Lake Shore bathing leeort have a
novelty that is likely to attract many
pereous there It is in tbe shape of
floating bath houses which run cut
into the lake l any distance desired
They bare been tested and work to a
charm and are furnished with fresh
water shower baths They will also
have refreshments on the bah boosts
so that persons can eat and drink and
bathe at the same time jySO
Bullion I
Receipt of bullion on Fi 4
By Wells Fargo Li Cj Sx
car loads of Horn Silver bullion
15000 fix bars of Tihtio Mining and
Milling Company 337764 pis bars
of Ontario S78S655
By McOornick Co Five carloads
loads of Stormont bullion and one
car load of Old Telegraph value
8450
Total value of shipments 26264
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Barratt Bros Fnrnilure
We have a Large Complete and
WellBought Stock of Furniture to
which we invite you attention
BARRATT BROS
123 1251 12 9 > nd 131
jy22 Main ttrtet
Q
Utah Cantral Railroad
On and after Saturday June 2Glh
the Utah Central Railroad will run ft
Bathing Train Daily to Luke Snore
Leaving Salt Lake at 5 pm
Arriviog at Lake Shore at 540 pm
Leave Lake Shore ai 710 pm
Arrive at Silt Lake at 750 pm
Allowinc Ih EOm at Lake Shcre
Faro for the icund trip SOc
JAMES SHARP
je25 GFTA
THE FISIST BEDROOM SUITS i
ever brought to Utah 1
jj18 at H DIKWOODEYS
o
We Believe
That if everyone would use Hop
Bitters freely there would be much
less sickness and misery the world
and people are fast finding this out
whole families keeping well at a i
trifling cod by its usa We advie I
all to try it U tf A Rod later N r
Uiiion Mills Logan
Thatcher Sons proprietors Mill
fitted up with the most approved ma
chinery Brands of fljur unsurpassed
in the territory Warranted to give
satisfaction Flour merchants con
tractors and the public generally
would do well to try our Renowned
Excelsior Family Floor It recom
mends itiel Our II Snow Drift
brand is the finest flour in the mar
ket and our facilities for handling
and shipping are first class u we
buy our wheat for cash and in large
quantities All orders entrusted to
us filled with promptness and dis
patch Prices sent on application by
addressing C Nanoer Logan Utah
my25
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1 tUESDAYS Sl ORl
How Alpine Suffered by the
Terrific Fall of Hal and R
Subsequent Floods
AtPJSE CrryJaly 291880
Editors Herald
This city and vicinity was visited on
Tuesday the 27tb with the most
violent bail and rainstorm that a
ever been witnessed in this locality
About noon on Tuesday a thick
black cloud was seen traveling over
the mountains a little northwest of
this city accompanied with occasional
thundering In a ebon time hail
and rain were pouring down in
torrants The bail continued about
thirty minutes and the rain about one
hour during which time cur streets
and creeks almost resembled rivers
After the storm was over everybody
wanted t know t what Extent their
crops wire injured A visit to the I
north field showed but little damage
done 10 tbo cast there was consider
able damage to cha crops Tha field I
known as the West Field and the I
bench under the north hills were
injured beyond description The oat
where thrashed out and then washed
away The wheat that was not rips
enough to thrash out was cut down
Tbe corn is stripped ot about all its
leaves tbe stocks are standm but
badly cut up as i rabbits bad been
eating them Peas are beaten down
and the shells lojk as i an army of
chickens bad been devouring them
aud the vines are bruised very much
The apples that aro left upon tbe
trees arc also bruised greatly upn
Some may gather from twO to five
bushEl per acre by trickling and
some may cave halt some twothirds
whilst sone have lost nil they have in
the shape of grain One patch of
grain of over fifty acres on the bench
I would have compared very
favorably with any in the county
baforo tbo storm and now it would
be impossible to find even a bundle
of straw left The hail beat it down
loosened up the roots and the flood
of water was BO great that it washed
it all entirely away
There was also a large amount of
gram on this bench belonging to resi
dents of Labi City which is destroyed I
A large amount of this water rune
into the canal leading to Lehi which I
must have done considerable damage
ot tbat place American Fork also I
shared a little of this ttoim but to I
what extent I dont know The I
damage done to the residents of
Alpine will amount to about 6000
Yours respectfully J DEWEY I I
I
WANTED A girl to do general
housework Apply at this office
jyl
Acknowledgment
I
Received by St Marks Hospital
of EJ H Murphy treasurer Fourth
of July cnmraittep 6225 I I
MRS H H PEOOT Matron I
July 29th 1880 I I
I I
Lively Work I i I
Moderately late on Friday night an I
individual out of breath walked into j i
the police stationand reported tbat hoi I j
bad jut bad n box of clothes stolen
from him He said ho was working
in front of Donaldsons house where
bo a boarding nailing up his box
preparatory to going away in the I I
morning and had stepped into the
house for a moment when he came
out the box of clothes had vanished I I
Ho accused a boy mar by of the
theft who denied i but said he had
seen a large boy carry it away but
could gin no name The messier
was locked ater by the police but
with what result is dot known Tbe
rapidity with which the box was
carried oQ would lead to the belief
tbat the thief had been waiting an
opportunity to eecure the prize i
I
SODA SPRINGS WATER at Geo
A Meears 20c per hot jySO
REFRIGERATORS
jy8 at H DiuwooDEVs
Chinamans Quarrel I
Lee King was yesterday brought I
before United States Commissioner
Cbas Pearson charged by Lee Hung I
with embezzlement It appears that I
some time ago Lee Hung entrusted
money to Lee King to take to the
maternal parent ot the former in
China Leo K now puts in a I
Eccona appearance here and isj i
charged with appropriating the funds
to his own use Lee H seems t be I I
making a pretty clear case against
him Attorney Dilley appears for the I
prosecution and Lewis for the defense
i Tne case is continued until today I
Wanted Ie
A Girl to Nurse Two Children Apply I
to Mrs A S Patterson Third House
Est ol Southwest CsrLer of Washing I
ton Square jy22
BALED HAYAND LUCERNE
at G F BROOKS
jj22
Important Dry Goods Sale An I
nouncement
We still have a large over stock in
every department and we are com
pelled to reduce it no matter at what
sacrifice We therefore oBer
Ladies Dolmans new aud hand
some at less than cost
Parasols in large variety at leEs
than cost
Dress Goods of all descriptions at
less than cost
Linen Lawns the largest stick in
the city at coat
Embroideries the handsomest ever I
seen here at cost
Hosiery the choicest variety in the
city at cost
Remember the stock must be sold
Call and satisfy yourselves that this
is no advertising dodge
ja25 COHN BROS
FRESH FRUIT and all the Delicacies I
of f the Season can be found at Lucas
Moakins 48 First South street je8
New at Little Coop
Ladies and Genta Jewelry Pocket
books Pocketknives Pocket Revolvers
150 each Eye Glasses and Spec
tacit etc jy4
PERSONAL
General D H Wells left for Wa
eaten County on Friday
On Friday afternoon Mr J E Tay
lor started for Heber City
Mrs B W Morgan and Mn W
S Walker have returned from Soda
Springs
Apostles J F Smith and Albert
Carhngton left for Heber City on
Friday morning cia Provo
George P and E S Dougherty ol
the 0 R R of New Jersey regis
tered at the Walker House last night
I JOB PRINTING neatly cheaply
I and quickly done at thu office
Fine Medals
We were yesterday sbovm the
medals presented aa prizes to the sue
cesaful competitors in the athletic
games of the Olympic Club on tbe
2itb The designs were gotten up
by Mr E JSwaner of this city and
the medals and badges all of solid
grid were also made by Mr Swaner
One medal consists of a bar and
Maltese cross in badge form witn
gloves raised on badge with mono
gram of 0 0 in cantre Won by W
J Lynch and was awarded for best
sparring
One medalbar and Maltese cross
won by F W Gardiner for beat
fencinghas raised foils and masks
Monogram of 0 0 in the ceutre
One medul bar and star and circle
combinedwon by J Burrows for
bet time in making 440 yards S
L 0 0 engraved on bar
One medal scroll barwon by 0
0 King for beat time m making 220
yarns Olympic ia engraved on scroll
One medal bar and star and circle
combInedwith raised curdle on star
won by J K Waite for beat time
in hurdle l race S L 0 C engraved
on bar
One medbar and pendant run
I ning shoe wen by Mr L B Rogers
for beat time T making 100 yards
The general badge of the club is a
bar with pendant circle the size of a
silver half dollar on which are raised
foils dumb bells Indian clubs
boxing gloves and the monogram 01
O 0 in the centre
Tne badges for fencing sparring
and tbe 10 yard race are cballenze
medals subject to competition until
the holder baa won them three times
ballencea October allowed until the lit of
Strayed
On Friday evening from the corral
of General D H Wells on First
South Street one Yellow Mare and
one Roan Horse Any person giving
information that will leadto their re
covery or returning them will be
suitably rewarded jySl
w
I The Silk Factory
The silk factory a the mouth of
City Creek Csfion will commence
steady and active operations on Mon
day morning next The progress of
this new branch of industry has been
noted with eatisfaction from time to
time For a couple of week past
experimental test on running have
been made with tbe most oatiifactory
result and on Monday morning
with competent hands t manage the
business the factory will make a start
for actual work and the progress
made will be marked with tbe interest
that always attaches to the develop
ment of any new industry at home
I is also worthy of note hat tbe
present has been a most successful
season for raising cocoons which will
add much to the facilities for keeping
tie factory running
Picnic Parties I
Suppli F Fish and Clam Chowder at
Young Marks Young jyll
From Nevada
Mr Ed J Hall the wellknown
miner returned on Friday afternoon
from his trip to Nevada and is
heartily glad to get back He has
been to Eureka and examined some
prospects in a new mining district
known ai the Hot Creek District
about 112 miles southeast of Eureka
Of the mines he speaks well they
make a good showing but it is so
difficult to get there and water is to
ecarco thnt it takes a event deaL nl
wealth to tempt a person t go The
ranchers ask 25c a glata for mi k
Ho is convinced that Utah is on
top in regard to mines tad in
every other respect of any country in
this region Tnero are more who
I jenteitun that opinion than you E
I
Wanted
Furnished sitting room and bed
room wanted by tingle gentleman
East of Main Street and north of sec
ond South Street preferred Reply
BUtini terms to C E P 0 Box
No 1156 jj31
Novelty in Metallurgy
Quite a novelty in metallurgy is re
ported to be one of tbe features of anew
I
new clorinatioa process and consists
in the separation of the gold by
filtration through or agitation with
charcoal or boneblack The gold
is thereby reduced from its solution
and precipitated in the metallic state
on the surface of tne charcoal coating
the fragments with a brilliant film
of gold This singular phenomenon
seems to be a physical and not a
chemical action Scientific Press
FISHERMEN should call at the
LITTLE CHURCH ROUND the
CORNER my7
Logan Conference
The quarterly conference of toe
Cache Valley Staka commences to
day and among the church autbo
rities who will be present are President
John Taylor Apostles Wilrord
Woedrufi Erastus Snow Geo Q
Cannon Brigham Young F D
Richards and Lorenzo Snow who
will be accompanied by members of
their families and Elders John Mor
gan G F Gibbs and R Taylor
Those who did not leave this city
yesterday afternoon joined tbe party
on the route
ALL KINDS of Staple and Fancy
Groceries at Lucas t1 Meakine 48
First South Street jy31
Fatal Accident
A fatal accident occurred at Spring
vie on Thursday night terminating
in death About 930 oclock James
Oakley jr was returning home i
when from some unaccountable
canaa of alarm he drew a pistol from
his pocket and in doing EO the
weapon was discharged the ball
in the left aide
entering the abdomen lef eidt
and remaining in the body Dr
Pike of Provo was summoned but
assistance was unavailing The
young man died Friday morning at
2 oclock
Thirty Varieties
Of Crackers Corn Beef Hash Baked
Maccaroni Chicken TurKey and
Tongue at Young Marks Young
jyll
PRO BONO PUBLICO
We have opened an agency at 1222
First South Street next to JennirjRi
Sons for the sale of all kinds o
HomeMade Woolen Goods Flan
neb Linsoys Stocking Yarns Cassi
meres Repellants Blankets etc
etc All orders premptly filled Givi
us a call
i jj23 BOBTCK Sos Yoreq
CHIPS
i 5
The hofne8 is returning with rapid
pace
1
The election on Menday do not
forget
Tourists have nearly deserted aa
again
per Soda bottle Springs water i sUng at 20c
A little toe much shooting iibeing
indulged in of late
The moon is a thing of the past to I
the average mortal
The public health this month seems
10 have been very good
Salt Lab IH remarkable at present
for its general dullness
There are still some unhung horse
thieves in thu vicinity
The bullion shipments on Friday
aggregated 2326119
Pullman cars are to ba put on tho
Utah Northern shortly
The mercury got up to 85 ° on
Friday and retired ai far back as
52
510This
This is our weakly market day
and the usual crowded streets are an
ticipated
Jake Htusier has removed to com
modious and comfortable quarters
No 139 Main street
Mr Payne ha added Hanan
Reddieba fine goods to his general
stock at the Big Boot
The Tintio M M C at Ho
mansville seema to be making pretty
regular bullion shipments
I ia sated that the Brooks Smelter
at Stocktan will resume operations
Sunday firing up a night
A priesthood meeting will be held
in the S l Lake Assembly Hall to
day commencing at 1 oclock Am
A big gift aud illusion enter
tainment billed to take place in
the Theatre two or three nights next
week
The storm of Tuesday hut visited
Alpine Utah County severely as
will be teen by an account published
elsewhere
There are a number of places
where stagnant water is to be found
near and on Main Street Some are
worse than filthy
The interior of the new store of F
Auerbach 1S Bro begins to present
an appearance indicating a comple
tion of the alteration
Mr Doyle the old gentleman run
over by a car at Ogden a couple of
days ago is still alive but on Friday
was not doing so well as on Thursday
W W Cole the enterprising show
man hag on exhibition the largest ox
ever bred in this country The huge
brute weighs 3100 pounds How is
tbat for beef 1
Vagrants will soon learn to keep
shy of Salt Like Judge Pypers
uniform prescription of thirty days on
the street for each case h i curing our
city of the disease
Junction Friday A couple of in
sane soldiers were brought in from
the west this morning They were
attended by a military guard and are
being taken to the Soldiers Home
Wahington
Two lamps in flames have been
tumbled out of quarters near the
HERALD office lately Some pluck is
displayed in picking up the uninvit
ing articles and pitching them out
in the street
An individual who said he came
here Iwo or three day ago to see how
thnv did in nth hail A nhftnrp t ha
pretty well advised on the subject on
Friday prety He was np before Judge
Pyper on n charge of exposing bis
person acd in the hearing not only
peron was the charge proven but that be
had attempted to decoya girl away
He was fined 50 and will work it
out on the streets Thats the way
they do i my boy
Breath a shady tree they sat
He held her bund she held his bat
I held my breath and Uy right flat
They kissed I saw them do i
Ho bold tbat kissing was no crime
Sho h Id her head up every time
I held my peace and wrote this rhyme
While they thought no one knew it
WIRE CLOTH
I jylS at H DINWOODEYS
HOTEL ARRIVALS
July 30 1S80
GLUT HOU3E
J Smith Stockton 0 Comstock Ra
cine Wis F OKiley Park City F M
Waldren Valdron Mo J Munfon
an Fr nchco C L Sheldon Jackson
Westfield Wis
WisWHITE HOUSE
W Cooper W S Brown S Johamcn
F G AVilderD Urlr ni jr S C Noland
Binebam J H Stalling Coalville S
Bmlhami outhwic UNi B J E Evan J
Brown Chicnso W Rice Montana D
OBriaa Frisco J S Page Pay on
VALLEY DOUR
P D > waey Mist L Walter Park
City J P Ramfiell White River A
Yacht Bingham 1V 0 Clark C 11
Daring Calafornia A Jone D G i
C ney Carlin J WayneBalt G Case
M T Carpenter I len S Moves J
Covey Ogden R Ilaigbt Omaha
CONTINENTAL HOTEL
G Cullins Alt B F Smith Chicago i
J Liddle and wife Silver Reef R lie
Clairmant C J tieentechor can Fran
cisc Clirmant DfHavot wife and child
Rochester N Y G W E Duney and
wife Nebra ka J I Prescott Sauna A
V Davis and wife Winfield Mrs Ful
ler asntch A Dunkley American
Fort J W Bisaall Spring ville
WALKEB BOOSE
J Ctflly W H Smith Virginia City C
Austin London E I Chapman District
of Columbia W I cott New York T
Stuart England D J Macity Indiana
lira B W Morgan Mr W S Wa kar
Sda Syringe i B Gillmoro Misses
tampson Cooper Barrean and Wftnell
Omaha G P and E S Doughty C R R
ofN J Brady Detroit i G I Lawrence
Milwaukee Mr and Mrs A Byram 1on
and daughierAtchison Mrs E S Bucdy
Nebraska Mrs R J McCinnell Evans
ton J C Anderson Idaho
EXHILARATING
R rII1ULATING
UECUPKUATING
Are the InTrliblo effects ol those ElabonU
Punches Cobblers and iced Mixed Beverages of
all descriptions which Auer k Murphy are
daily compounding for their numerous patrons
who frequent the Occidents I
Choice and Select Brand cf Wines Llqnors
and Cigars both Imported and Dome ic
always kept in bt > clc
BBottltd Wines and Liquors for fami
lies Exeoralonlaa Toumti etc at greatly
reduced prices
rnce
AUER MURPHY Propa
Police Court
Charles Littrell tramp was fined
30 for vagrancy
Ejner Deer was fined 50 for ex
posing his person
Jane Gallager arrested on a charge I
of assault waa discharged
1
Two drunks were fined t each for
a plain full
tESLIES MONTHLIES when
S bound make a neat little volume
The H Bindery does work iI
everystyle and at reasonable c J rater
J ASSESSMENT NOTICE
Summit and Red BirdConEolidatod Mio
Siijr Company Limited Locution of
principal place of busine59 Salt Lake
City Uth location of work City
Creek CtHon Utah
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
L1 that at a meeting nf the Board of
Directors held on the 29lh diy of July
18SO an eicment No 5 of four cants
pr sharo was levied on the cipital stol
of the Corp ration payable immediately
at the office oftho Company over Wells
Fargo Coa Bank Sl Like City
Utah Any tit ck upon which tbe ae s
ment shall remain unpaid on th 6th day
of AUJI 1S80 wi 1 b dlinquent und
advertised for tale at public auction and
unleu piymem i made before will bo
told on the 16th day of Au ust 1SSO to
pay the delinquent asessmerit together
with tbe coils of advertising aid e
penesof sale
jy31 C B FELT Secretary
REMOVED
J HEUSSER
Has removed his Stock of
Guns Pistols Ammunition
FIRING TACKLE
Cigars Tobacco Etc
To the commodious premises
No 139 lain Street
A FirstClass Shooting Gallery
Parties wishing anything in his line
can choose from one of the Largwt
Stocks in the Territory at tbe Lowest
Rat jy7
BENEDICT I HALL CO
nANFACunEn
inn
1
WHOLESALE DEALERS
D
BOOTS SHOES
134 and 136 Grand stt New York
Corner Crosby one blocK east of Broad
way d14
E N1 FRESHMAN BROS
Advertising Agents
186 W Fourth St CINCINNATI
Are anthorliid to receive adreitliemonU
fir this paper
fnthi
Eitimatoj fin ibhed free upon apptioatlon j
L nd two mD for Adrertii > Manna
I 1
iOHUSTOUb
SYFITTi1
1
JjOSLlN PARK
I SLINUSUFACR
MANUFACTURING i
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS j
Keep the Largest Stock i Utah of
GOLD AN SILVER WATCHES
CHAINSy
I DIAMOLiDLACEFINS I
I DIAMOND SETS
DIAMOND RINGS
ETC ETC ETC
SOLE AGEST TOR
JOHNSONS
Patent Easy Fitting EyeGlasses
Main Street Salt Lake City
< r
DAVID JAMES
LICENSED
PLUMBER TIMER
Gas and Steam Fitter
Respectfully announces that buying his
material by the car load he i j
prepared t
LAY WATER PIPES I1
On short notice at
lowest Possible Prices 1
A Larza Stock of
4
Pumps Plumbing Goods
Iron Pipe Hose
And Sheet Lead
Kept I Stock
OFFICE AND WORKSHOPS
WEST TEMPLE STREET
Opposite Giv Met Market
LOOK if j t
0
IIiiiit J a
c
PINTS SI 160 1 PER DOZEN
QUARTS 190 1
HALF GALLON 260
CHEAPER BY THE CASE
Cr Hr OTJLIMIIEIR
TEA POT STORE
I
i = 2 22 First Booth Street
a
NosAll NoxAUI
Our Prices will Knock 4
All in the Shade
GOLDSMITH CO
Will Sell Goods Lower than Ever t
Closing Out Our Entire Line of
BOYS SUITS 1
Of All Grades Quality and Ages
From 300 Upwards
C
Childrens Kilt Suits
Boys Sailor Suits
Boys New Brighton Suits
Boys Underwear
Boys Cheviot and White Shirts
EXTRA PANTS FOR BOYS WEAR j
0
OUR LINE OF
NoVby Youths Suits
EXCEL ANY N THIS MARKET
MENS AND BOYS
Blue Flannel Suits
AT COST PRICES
4
0
CARTWRIGHT WARNERS
SUItERUNBERVEARS U U
0
SUMMER CASSIMEBE PANTS
OC New Etylei
o
Alpaca Mohair anti Linen Coats aid Ulster
0
GOLDSMITH CO
t >
Wholesale and Retail ClotMers y
v 1U5 MAIN STREET I

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