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= SALT LAKE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY MORNING AUGUST 1880 N
LIST OF AGENTS
The following gentlemen are author
bed to canvass for the BALI LAKE
DAILY SEMIWEEKLY and WEEKLY
HERALD also to receive payment and
receipt for the same
U Muir Bountiful Woods Cross and
Centreville
H A LewisGcorgetown Bear Lake Co
W A StewartlDverury Sevier County
John HorlinIlockport and Wanship
Win Hulme Bloomington Do
H Tuft Monroe Sevier County
Wallace0gden and Weber Go
r m nu yo
u Luuymuuoenr LIKO UOuniy
A W BabbittSpring Lake and
Santaquin
O FLyonsSummit County
E Hanriod American Fork
A Lesslie Fountain Green
BW Driggs rPleasant Grove
E E Cowdell Beaver County
Coop Spanish Fork
W L Watkins Brigham City
D G Brian Piute County
Thomas CrawIey Jnab County
J S Mofft Meadowville
Walter Walker Farmington
Jos T Ellis Spring City
John Shields Tooele City
John Batty Toquerville
f R 11 1i
it i wuin vzfau evine
Wm ilcndonhall Springville
J E Johnson Silver Bef
John Pymm St George
H McMullin Heber City
R W ilayborneCjedsr City
J F Walters Mill Crek
S Williams Ephraim
F H V right Coalville I
H P Miller Richfield I
S Francis Morgan
John Swain Fayetta
Edw Reid Payson I I
T Greener Kanosh
Wm Probort Sen Holden
Charles O Shaw Tlyium I
John S Black Deseret
Wm Probert Sci plO
Charles Foote Nephi
John W Shepherd Levan
William Burbeck Provo
George Scott Manti
John Woodhouse Lehi
I
PRODUCE MARKET
Following are the latest quotations
cf f flour grain wool etc in the San
Francisco market
FLOUBSupcrfine3 B04 00 Bakers
Extra 5525 5 55 Family Extras
5 37i Walla Wallft extra 5 005121
thb1WHEATNo1
WHEAT No1 15O157 No
2 1 401 472 V ctl
BAKLEY Feed S085cfor Coast
end 80c85o for Bay Brewing 8595
fcwt
OATS Quotable at 5120 S145 ctl
for Feed
CORN Quotable at 51 021 for Large
Tell ow 5105 Lr Small and fI35 tor
White V ctl
WOOLSan Joaquin and Southern
Coast 22 25c nominal Very little
doing
HIDES Dry Hides usual selections
Flint 18 18Jc Dry Kips 181 19c
Green Salted heavy steers ovor 551bs
lOlc do under 55 Ibs lOci Kips lOc
Calfskins 10 12c
I
UOMEBOIAL
I
Ccrreciod daily by KcOornicir Co
SILV3R
Bilt Lake 111 per oance
New York 114 per ounce
I LEAD
Bait Lake 42 per ton
New York 4j cporpound
WEATHER REPORT
I SALT Lirs CITY Aug 30 80
am Lm pm pm
ftO 9fO 1240 MO
Baromerr 29 9G 299 3050 ZISG
1 ThorDometor Ct tG 61 55
1 HumIdiCi 65 56 35 39
ThrecLion wind SE BE NW NW
V 1l1ea per Hour 4 2 12 13
Stlote weather Cldy Clear Ody Clear
t4 Rainfall for 24 houuO 00 ofan Inch
I Maximum Ther deE C3 m1nlmuI1 is
I I i
A Fragrant Breath and Pearly
I Teeth I
Are easily obtained by cleansing your
teeth daily with that justly popular
dentifrice 60ZODONT Composed
of rare antiseptic herbs it imparts
whiteness to tho teeth a delicious
aroma to the breath and preserves
intact from youth to old age the
teeth Acidity of the stomach will
destroy the strongest teeth unless
its eflects are counteracted with
SOZODONT and this pure tooth
wash protects the dental surfaces by
removing every impurity that adheres
to them Ask your druggist for
SOZODONT
Notice to Bathers
On and after Wednesday Septem
ber let the Utah Central Railroad
will cease tJ run Bathing Train to
Lake Shore Bathing Tickets vriI
continue to be sold good for all
Regular TrainsJAMES
JAMES SlURP
au29 UFTA
< WANTED A Girl wanted to do I
general 1 housework Apply at Mrs
Green Balds second door west of
Methodist Church au2S
Not A Bererage
They are not a beverage but a
medicine with curative properties of I
the highest degree containing no
poisonous drugs They do not tear
down an already debilitated system
but build it up One bottle contains
more bops that is more real hop
II strenctb than a barrel of ordinary
i beer Every druggist in Rochester
i sells them and the physicians
I prescribe themRoch eUr Ecemtg
I Jcpru8 on Hop Bitters u21
i
>
B If TUB ladies who buy Flannels
I would ask the clerks in thobtore to
show them both Provo and Eastern I
they would invariably buy Provo
Flannels for they are heavier more I
durable and cheaper than imported
John O Cutler the Agent of the
Mills Old Constitution Building has I
an immeneo stock of all kinds of
Flannels Cloths Waterproofs
Blankets Buggy Robes Yarns etc
sil8
RECEIPT BOOKS FOR SALE
AT HERALD OFFICE 2
IT IS TRULY WONDERFUL
To see what improvements now exis
as compared with railway travel only
a few years ago To become convinced
of this one has only to select for his
route Eastthe popular and wellknown
CHICAGO NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY
You are landed b the Union Pacific
Railroad in the Union Depot at Ooun
cil Blufis where stands the 0 N
ci Bluf
W Palace Train composed of Pull
man Hotel Cars Pullman Sleeping
Care Elegant Day Coaches
Smoking Baggage Postal Care
etc ready to convey its passen
gers t rough Iowa and Illinois and
into C icago Gliding smoothly along
over tre superb track of steel rail
through thriving cities and village
comfortably seated in this train one
scarcely discovers the high rate of
speed which he is riding Trains of
ape
this road are always on time con
aectiona sure and passengers ek
ing pleasure comfort safety and
ease in traveling will find the
NorthWestern in excess of their
expectations and the greatest of al
routes to Chicago and the East In
sist upon Ticket Agents selling you
Tickets cia this Road all Agents eel
them Examine your Tickets and
Wine to buy if they do not read over
this Road I you wish the Bet
Traveling Accommodations yoa will
bay your Tickets by this Boate
LAND WILL TAKE NO OTHERS
S
Dedicatory
On Monday ovening the dedicator
services of the Salt Lake Collegiate
Institute took place in the new build
ing commencing at 8 oclock TJ e
large lower hal was crowded with
person desiring to hear the services
which commenced with music by 8
braes band made up from students of
the institute Prayer by Dr Fisher
followed An address by Rev B G
UcNiece was then given in which
he tatid the nrinciDles unon whiob
tbe institute bad been goYr e and
bow the funds towards the erection
of the new building bad been ob
tained Of the total amount of the
cst 10500 5600 had been contri
juted by persons in the east the rest
by the citizens of Salt Lake and the
institute now stcod ready for active
business Then there was sing
log which was followed by a length
speech fiom Governor Murray on
educational and patriotic matters
After music by the band Prof
3oyner made a speech at the conchs
sien of which the audience subscribed
12000 that being tbe amount necessary
sary to clear oS the indebtedness on
he building eleven persons contri
utine 10 each The exercises con
chided by prayer by Dr Fisher and
the singing of tae Doxology A num
ber > of the prominent visitors then
went through the building and
examined it It affords acconimoda
ion for 325 student and thirtyfive
boarders > The institute begins opera
tons today entirely clear of debt
and is well furnished and possesses
conveniences nil the modern improvements end
A BUBGICAL operation was per
formed at Carbon Wyoming Terri
tory by Dr Carrington in removing
a cancer of four years standing from
the head of Peter Sheffield l any
are afflicted in like manner it
would be well for them to call at 46
First South Street au31
I MALT VINEGAR just arrived at
I aull G F BKOOKS
I Parleys Park ys Swisserland
The bearing in this case progressed
before Referee Williams all day on
I Monday but little progress was made
The plaintifl is still submitting testi
mony but some of it was objected to
by the defense and the objections BUS
tained During the examination of
one of the witnesses testimony was
admitted and tho attorneys for the
defense moved that the testimony be
stricken out and the motion being
resisted the remainder of the day
was consumed in arguments on it
Mr Wnliams took the matter under
advisement and stated that he would
give his decision this morning until
taken which time an adjournment was
Notice Ladies
Before our Removal F Auerbach
Bro offer their entire stock lor
one week consisting of Silks Satins
Dress Goods Housekeeping Goods
nt Lass than Manufacturers Prices
Dont miss this opportunity For
positively this Sale will on con
tinue for One Week
aul3 F AUEBBACH t Bno
Desirable Property for Sale
A very desirable piece of property
of nearly four acres with a large
number fruit and shade trees vines
and shrubbery situate in a healthy
commanding position in Salt Lake
City Faces on three streets and is
on a public thoroughfare Title to
land and water perfect Strong Flow
ing Springs also on the premises
Nearly the whcle under cultivation
Good House and Ample Surround
ings A large l amount of building
material goes with it Can be made
the Best and Prettiest Place in Town
The Springs can be utilized for foun
tains irrigating and domestio uses
We heartily recommend it Apply
to Anderson Pomeroy real estate
agents u21
IN ORDER to give ua ample room for
the proper display of our new Full
Stock now being purchased in New
York we shall contmueonr Clearance
Sale for fifteen days longer Our
stock is well assorted in everything
that is required for the midsummer
trade and tho best variety that can
be found in the city in Fall and
Winter good all of which we ofler
at au7 less than cost COHN BROS
A Big Stock
Mr L Goldberg No 165 and 167
Main street appears in A new adver
tisen ent this morning Mr Goldberg
has just returned from New York
Rod announces that he is at present
engaced in opening out the largest
nnd best selected stock of fall and
winter clothing ever imported to this
territory the goods being of bin own
manufacture His immense stock of
ent8 furnishing goods hats and
boots places him in a position to ofler
great inducements to purchasers
who demands he claims ho can sap
ply at eastern rates or 15 per cent
below local rates Mr Goldberg has
a reputation of being one of our best
clothing merchants and purchasers
will do well to give him a cal
Carpets I Carpets I Carpets I
H Dinwoodey wishes you to call
and see the new designs of Body and
Tapestry Brussels Carpets with
borders to match Also Three Ply
and extra supers aul
Board of Equalization
The City Council met on Monday
afternoon in the Council Chamber
as a board of equalization Quite a
number of objections to the assess
merit were made in person or by
writing but not so many as have
been > made heretQfore Complaints
were caUd for by bishops wards and
the matter of lowering assessments
and remitting the tsxes of those who
come within the provisions of the act
were considered
For Sale
A new Studebaker Wagon for sale
also Tickets from Omaha t Cnicaeo
Apply at this office auH
Extraordinary News
Macauleya History of England
FIVE VOLUMES in box THREE
DOLLARS at SAVAGES ACT BAZAB
su25
Lies Big Lies
Not so fist my friend for i you
would sea the strong healthy
se and children
men women cbilren
blooming been raised from beds of
that have raise frm
sickness tha Euflering and almost death
by the use of Hop Biter you would
say Truth glorious truth I Sea
Truths in another column an21
MINING PATENTS Fa 1 seta o
blanks for application for Mig
Patents approved formstO ba hats
at the HEKAiA Office
TABERNACLE SERVICES
S
The choir opened the services in i
the Tabernacle on Sunday afternoon
by singing the hymn beginning
Sweet i tha work my God my King
etc
Prayer by Elder H G Park
The choir sang the hymn
Ye children of ou God ete
S ELDER H W Xiisurrr occupied
tbe entire afternoon in the delivery of
a discourse ou the subject of educa
tion in which he held that religious
training and education were prefer
able and made better citizens of peo
pie than bask learning He said
the gospel of Christ contained prinm
pIe > intended to arieet the intention
and interest mankind He believed
the saints were accorded by every
body credit for wnat they had accom
plished in these mountains by reason
of their faith in the gospel The
saints were strong advocates of mar
iage believing that every man and
woman sbonld enter into that relationship
tionship they believe m the divinity
of the command t multiply and
replenish the earth In all of their
gatherings there would be found a
large proportion of those young in
years Their faith was tnt children
were an inheritance from the Lord
and happy was the man who had
many of them Tbe ideas eo preys
lent in too world that a limit should
be > put upon the number of children
born > in the world had cot yet taken
hoB of the saints Their increasa
of population i the subject of much
thought Whenover tourists visit the
settlements of Utah they are struck
with the fruitfnlneca of the saints I
this increase shall continue there
must be a swarming from tbeparent
hive Utah will be found too small
for the people who must scatter out
and find homes and sustenance in
the surrounding states and territories
The future of any community de
pends upon the characteristics of the
children Education in the world
wa a catchword meaning n know
ledge of certain things found in
oois an ability to read and write
an understanding of the rules of arith
metic a knowledge of the classic
etc but the speaker believed that all
the children might be so educated
and yet not be good citizens In the
word there was a disposition to separ
ate church and state and thus
destroy the very foundation ofreh
gion which in its highest cense was
a union of temporal anti spiritual
things Where this occurred there
was better government and people
were more moral I the young men I
of a community have no correct idea
at their origin having the thought
that they are the mere product oi
chance their actions will correspond
with that thought they will be selfish I
and not reach out for the higher
hinge tiut u they realize that they
are the sons of God that they had a
prc xhtpnc and resided in heaven
Before they came here and that a
relation existed between them and
their Heavenly Father their ideas
would have eSect upon the actions of
their lite I their minds are thus
enlightened aa to their origin and
their relations ffith God i they under
stand Gods laws their actions will be
directed by this knowledge But i
their education is purged of f a religious
gious sentiment i the pest is ignored
and the revelations of God are cast
aside and i their training consists
only of teaching in worldly things
then will supervena religious coldness
and men will grow selfish living for
themselves alone ignoring the past
and having no care for the future
He thought there should be 1 religious
gious sentiment taught in all the
schools a much as a knowledge of
be i arts and sciences Without the
cultivation of the religions sentiment
the morals would BaBe and tbe raca
would become a race of Ishmaehtes
The youth ot the saints were taught
that they should not live for them
sslves alone but in living for others
they were best serving themselves
and God In illustration of how that
teaching prevailed be referred to the
missionary system by which many
hundreds of men were constantly out
in the world preaching the gospel
and trcinrr to save others besides
themselves They Io k upon tho
human family as brothers and sictsrs
and in their love for the race they
labored to save and cement and bind
together society Their faith earnestness
nes and persistency bad enabled
them to gather from the natiens of
the earth the people who were feud
here in the mountains a people
united in serving one God and obey
ing his commands The saints had
not only sent out tho missionaries but
had assisted hundreds to come here
who wanted to cast their lots with
the people in serving God They
have not only brought thou
sands here but ban colonized them
in the western valleys and taught
them in the principles of selfsusten
ance The morality of the saints wan
also much higher than that of the
world generally He attributed these
things to the faith of the people in
God and the influence surrounding
the youth But while tbe saints were
giving so much attention to educa
tion in religion they did not neglect
the education in tbe worldy brancnes
which they realized were beneficial
and necessary and were important
in helping them iu becoming good
citizen and fulfilling their duties to
each otbtr and the slate Elder
Naisbitt predicted that the saints
would coon have their politics and
social rights accorded them and that
they would not be confined to Utah
and the surrounding territories and
that they would not have placed over
them officers in whose election they
had no voice He spoke of the political
tical corruption to be found in tbe
United States from Congress down
and wanted to eee the time come
when honesty and efficiency in the
public service would be the rule He I
thought if more attention were
paid to religion this condition
would sooner be brought about
Tte gospel taught by the
saints bad for its object the
improvement of the race to purify
and make men and institutions better
and it was doing its woik and it
would eventually prevail The
Saints understand this and they are
seeking to cultivate in their children
a love for God and his institutions
to train them up as workers for the
Lord and laborers for tho human
family to give them a higher educa
tion than can be obtained in the
schools and colleges an education
that must como from divine revela
tion and divine Instruction
The oboir sang an anthem and
Apostle Harrington pronounced a ben
ediction Cartnitn
GEE FICG VlNEQAB Purest
and Bsat at G W DUI
au26
SELLING OUT FOR CASH
>
Having a desire to retire from the
Secondhand biEiness I offer for sale
a large stock of Household Goods and
Traps of every description Cheap for
Cash
CashWith the outfit now in my posers
eion I Intend to completely demoral
ize the Furniture Trade There will
be no fixed prices upon which to give
quotations until the business is wound
up JOHN CBA > E
aul Half Block West of Theatre
II
T
Dissolution of Partnership
Notice of the dissolution of the
partnership existing in the firm of
Young Marks c Young appears else
where this mambo Mr Stephen
R Marks and Mr F L Young ra
tie from the business which will
hereafter be continued by Mr A D
Young the senior partner of the old
firm The retiring gentlemen com
mend their former partner to their cus
tomers and the pnbl generally and
solicit for him a continuation of their
patronage The firm thus dissolved
is not an old one but in the short
period of its azictenso i ha
grown steadily and rapidly and
hag established for itself a repu
tation second t none The present
sole proprietor tor and former senior
member of tha firm Mr A D
Young has been personally connected
with tbe bunaets since its commence
ment is i thoioaghly acquainted with
it workings ani t his individual
exertions its success has been largely
due It is therefore but reason
able to presume that i will be
continued on the same basis
will give the eame general latig
faction and make the same
progress in the pait that it has dcaa
in the future in whioh ev < nt it it
certain to retain the lame custom
which will increase steadily as i has
done since tho Tea Warehouse was
frt opened
Last Ball
The last Grand Bjll of the season
rill take place at tbe Lake Point
Hotel on Thursday evening Septem
her 2J 1880 Train loaves the depot
at 9 pm Tickets caD be had J
jeTibergs and of the committee
au31
WHEN YOU want D Plain or Mixed
Drink dont forget that you can get a
good one at the Exchange Jy27 Saloon
I A Colored Row
Judge Pypera attention was occu
pied on Monday by hearing the case
of f a little disturbance between a
couple of cullud ladies The testimony
mony showed that about 2 oclock on
Sunday afternoon at the corner of
Commercial street on Second South
they got into a row the result of one
peaking in a rather emphatically dis
I respectful manner of her own color in
I general The other took it up and
after a few foul epithets and the bring
ing out of a little private filth both
pated and cue immediately made
I complaint against the other Judge
I Pyper fined tbe accused 1 and im
S mediately preferred the samo charge
against the complainant and she
submitting it on the testimony already
taken was adjudged guilty and also
fined with the 10 mult Neither second satisfied
I Dancing School
Prof Sullivan will shortly open a
Dancing School at Jennings Hall
For particulars call on the Professor
at the Valley House auJ > l
I Mining Notes
Work on tie Old Jordan 60stamp
mill at West Jordan is still in pro
gress I but is yet uncompleted It is i
S thought i will be two or three weeks
before it starts up
I
I For a long season the Btawart Gold
Mine No 3 of Bingham has done
no work save of a prospecting char
I acter Them bus been some talk of
resuming active operations hut ia
now understood that these will be de I
layed until a new mill has been
erected negotiations looking to the
building of one now psnding Should I
these negotiations fall through though
it ia thought they will not it is prob
able the old one will be sat in opera
tion
tionTbe etewart No2 which has also
been practically idle for some time is
to start up immediately Tbe 10
stamp mill belonging t this company
will i is understood soon be pound
ing away and turning out the noble
metal
Utah Central Railroad
On and after Saturday June 26th
the Utah Central Railroad will run a
Bathing Train Daily to Like Shore
Leaving Salt Lake at 5 pm
Arriving at Lake Shore at 540 pm
Leave Lake Shore at 710 pm
Arrive at Silt Lake at 750 pm
Allowing Ib SOme at Lake Shore
Fare for tho round trip 50c
JAMES SHABP
je25 GFTA
The Wood River Country
Mr B Mackintosh returned on
Monday from his trip to Wood River
In regard to the bonded properties he
went to inspect ha stated that work
had not progressed sufficiently to give
any definite idea of their extent and
value and tbe chances therefore are
that tho contemplated change in the
ownership of the five claims will not
take place about the first as had
been expected There are not
many persons in the country and
there is no very great rush a great
many flattering prospects are still
being located but work has not gone
deep enough to prove the existence of
any mine though the surface crop
pinge are extremely rich
I
SASH DOORS AND BLINDS
MOULDtHCS BRACKETS AND
ALL SIZES OF WINDOW CLASS
AT BOTTOM FICURESi LAT
TiMER TAYLOR CO s
Water Matters
Judge Hunter on Monday listened
t arguments on a motion to se
aside tbe award made in the distribu
tion of the Big Cottonwood Greek
waters This award was made by
arbitrators prior to the passage
of the present water law by
the last Legislature and con
sequently did not come under its pro
vision The arbitrators according
t law made their award of the dis
tribution of the water and filed It
with the court clerk of this district
The award however was objscted to
by certain parties interestsd and they
are resisting its enforcement
Barratt Bros Furniture
We have a Large Complete and
WellBought Stock of Furniture t
which invite attention
we inie your atention
BAERATT BEOS
BARKT BRS
1 12312512712 9and 131
iy22 Main street
Drowned I
8 P Teaadel Esq proprietor of
the Eagle House on Monday re
ceived a telegram from Mr Neslin
bis purchaser in New York stating
that Captain Delainey had been
drowned at Ocean Beach New Jer
sey on Sunday Captain Dalainey ia
well known here BB the representative
of the House of Dunham Buckly l
C of New York He visited this
city about twice a year and was
much respected Tbe deceased leaves
a wife and two children
5 CHIPS
S
J
The last day of Angust
l
The hot spell bIn had its vertebra
broken
One plain drunk 7723 a lee 5
on Monday
The aggregate value of the bullion
shipments Monday was 28276 0
Arbogast will receive his fit in
stallment of oysters on Saturday night
nExt i
Light overcoats wee among the
most comfortable things in the world
last night
Tbe hi hut recorded point reached
by the mercury on Mbndsy na 03 °
the lowest 45 S
An immacso cattle train arrived in
Ogden on Sunday morning from the
west over the 0 P
A special car with Kansas Pacific
Railroad people in arrived at the
depot on Saturday night last
Thc service pipes to run the ele
vators in Auarbach Broe new
store were being laid on Monday
No eastern mail arrived on Sunday
night and that and Saturday nights
arrived and was distributed at noon
on Monday
The Pieroy Combination went east
on Sunday morning Tho troupe
was billed for a performance at Chey
eune lad night
Mr Dwyer has received Harpers
Weekly and Frank Lethe Illustrated
Newspaper for September 4th and
Puck for August 25th
B W Reeve ba been appointed
postmaster of Duncans Retreat
Keno County and Gnarlea R Hop
kins of Frisco Beaver County
The woman arrested some time
ago in tho Nineteenth Ward on a
charge of pointing a pistol at another
woman was fined 10 on Monday
Copious rains fell early Monday
morning with a little snow The
mountains bad a white coating which
betokened tho approach of stern
winter
A special meeting of the Alert
Engine Company No 3 on Tuesday
evening August Slat at 730 pm
sharp By order of the foreman James
R Beck secretary
We are indebted to Collector
Hollister te for Commissioner Btums
report Secretary Sherman on
The Collection of Internal Revenue
and the Condition of the Service
Mr Goo A Meeara baa received a
fresh supply of Soda Springs water
which he sells from the soda fountain
or the bottle Savored or unfiavered
aa the consumer may choose Bee
his adv
President John Taylor and party
pary
who attended the Davis stake con
ference at
Farmington on Sunday
have returned also Eons Geo Q
Cannon and Joseph F Smith from
Utah County
The new county bridge over the
Weber is now being built The water
is extremely low and the season favor
able I ia to be a good solid sub
stantial structure and will be located
immediately north of the Utah Cen
tral bridge
The placing of iron on the Union
Pacific branch road to Park City is in
progress all persons in any way
officially connected with the Union
Pacific scout at the idea that the
Uni n Pacific intends t push tbe
road to Provo
The season at Soda Springs baa
ended I is so extremely cold there
that persons arc glad to return to a
more heated clime which accounts
for the arrival during the past two or
three days of so many who barn been
spending tbo hot days iu tat un
fledged Saratoga
On Sunday morning Officer
William Calder went to Fdrmin lon
and found the watch that Frsd
Bichardcon the young bootblack
pickpocket had stolen from Mr
Deighton and which he had bidden
in the gras on Friday when be saw
the officer Ho bad dropped it in a
tuft of grass jUt whore be was seen
St Marks school opened on Mon
day the 30th in tho rooms opposite
the City Hall with a very good
attendance During the seasons va
cation the schoolhouse has bean
thoroughly cleaned repainted and
improved generally cud now presents
a neat and healthy appearance The
large force of efficient teachers has
baen considerably increased in the ex
pectation of a large students toll dur
ing the academic year just begun
Heedless of padding stay or dye
Alas the fleeting year glide by
My youthful days are donel
Howeer 1 look howaer I r l
One odious fact I cant conceal
That boy i twentyone
LUMBER SHINGLES LATH
FLOORING RUSTIC SIDING
PICKETS ETC CHEAP AT
LATIM2R TAYLOR l cos a
Third District Court
Proceedings in the District Coutt
on Monday Chief Justice Hunter
presiding
Leonard S Osgood V P E Connor
a al motion for injunction and re
ceiver court renders its opinion and
denies motion plaintifi excepts
In the matter of the Big Cotton
wood Creek award argued upon the
question arising under award cub
milted
Court adjourned till Tuesday at
oclock sm
Dram and Fife Bands
Tuition on moderate terms by Mr
George Hedger Flutist At Careless
Music Store aS
1
Bullion
Receipt of bullion on Monday
By McCornick CoOce car
lead of Morgan and one of Brooks
bullion value 3150
By Wells Fargo CoFive
car loads of Horn Silver tae bullion
8045 and twelve bars of Ontario
bullion 15134 51 value 23
179 51
By Pacific Express Company
One care of Christy bullion 194670
Total value of shipments 2
27620
The Great Basin Suit I
Judgo Hunter during the latter
past of last week hear in chamber
the arguments on the motion for the
appointment of I receiver for and an
injunction on the Great Basin Mine
Tne motion was the result of a suit
brought by Leonard 8 Oigood who
alleges that be is the owner of one
third the Great Basin Mine of which
he desires to gain possession On
Monday morning Judge Hunter ran
dared his decision and refused the
motion the cuhtcmaiy to which exceptions the plaintiff took
LESLIES MONTHLIES when
bound make a neat little volume
The H Bindery does work i
every syle and at reasonable rates
PERSONAL
B Mackintosh Esq has returned
from Wood River
John Bootb Etq ofProvo ia in
town ho rxpecUutu relurn lo mor
row
Mr Hulme Wells Fargo Sr Gos
detective arrived in town on Sun
day
R0 Kirkwood Esq < of Provo
ran upoDiEjunday night on business
He returns today
Gen H S Edrcdga returned on
Saturday from Soda Springs He
looks vary welt after his trip
S H H Clark Esq of the Union
Pacific road came down from Soda
Springs on Sunday and left for the
east on Monday
Monday train from the north
brought back Prof L E Holden and
family from Soda Springs where
they have ben rusticating for Tome
time S J
Mr S H Newman the gentleman
who doe tho purchasing of the right
of way for tbo Union Pacific branch
roads ha bean in ton > or a day or
two pMt
Mr Frank Hda is back at his post
in the Union Pacific Exprets office
Mr Hyde has had a severe attack of
diphtheria from which be has for
tunatsly recovered
Mr Button husband of Madame
Button of the firm ol Button 4
Boyan has gone east to make a fresh
purchase of millinery goods for the
firm Ho left on Sunday morning
PRO BONO PUBLICO
We have opened an agency at 1222
First South Street next to Jennings
Boas for the sale of all kinds of
HomeMade Woolen Goods Flan
nell Limeys Stocking Yarns Cassi
meres Repellents Blankets etc
etc
etcAll orders promptly filled Give
us a c l
jj23 BOEJOK SONS YOUNG
HOTEL ARRIVALS
August 30 1880
WALKER HUB
E W Brues New York J M Ha
wooths Kansas 0 E Selby Kentucky
L D Fullmer Oakland E H Russet
West Jordan H C Newman Omaha M
B Mack Boston E S BrisUl bow
Haven A K Helper West Jordan E
Nah Omcba D S Hawkes Englind
U P Mattock Portland Mi A Godwin
New York E C Fa soniacd wife Kan
sag t itj A McFsrland Chicago I
Campbell Mrs U Campbell Pi cbo
Nev 0 M Hardman New York H I B
Darby England J C Anderson V U
Lewi Idaho U il Henderson Wm
Pntchaid W J Hurby New York J W
T Celden St Louis E Slippy U P K Rj
Geo Jenkins and wife Kansas City 1
M Chenowith and wife B T Obenowitb
Miss Sallid blye London Ohio A P
Beebe Bochefter N Yj C C Chapman
San Francisco Geo H icyes Blackfoot
Miss tjeorgie Woodtdrope San Fran
cisco M Mahoney J Harden Park City
J E Foot Ogden S S Aluray C P K
R A JJ Emery Park City P E Cady
Kama J 1 E Ma kel S B II Clark
Omaha H 1 Plumb U P B K John
Sctoefield Marshall III B F McKean
Terra Haute led A P Hubbard and I
wife Boston W B Hatchkias Terrace
U T J C Hughes San Francisco Miss
Tellio Chambers Miss M A Chambers
Dayton Ohi P Elw Connor Stockton I
A B1 Schneider Gennania
CONTINENTAL HOTEL
W L Consland Clayton Idaho A G
By ram New York OMBrough Alai
I Collet Indiana Frank Brown and
wife New York Morgan Draper Lake
City Cal LEJioldeo wife and family
Soda Springs G T Wilson U t A H
Iowell and wife Valcj Cal I
WIT HOD8B
G Hal and wife Bellnien Vood
River J Wright J Anderson U Paul
Virginia City A Spring Tintic T
Howard Ogden J JVue Alta W
Brooks Missouri H Rice W Stevens
F Butler Park City N Packard Spring
yule W N Harton San Francisco 01
Dinsman Omaha J Cooper Bountiful
S Lcehust Gardun Cily Utah J Lewi
Eon Bountiful D S ilosby Uktah H
H Williamson Nebraska City D D
Drug G O Weston Kayswcod JK
Meneray Sprineville F S Cahill San
pete J R Taincn Alta F B YVMIiam
W 8 Brown J Baurgard S L Sander
J N McGinn J Jackson J F Howard
R Dennis Bingham F Behrman Co
lumbia 11 Packard and wife Spring
ville J Chipman American Fork S 1
Kahler Park City and wife llillford D Sullivan
VALLEY HOUSE
JM Wyman and wife New York F
E Martin Syracuse N Y Geo Dalton
Bingham Phil B Walsh Park City B
A Chirles Rush Lake E F Edward
Lake Point A R Harner Belle Fountain
Onio Wm ilannel Lire Oak Cal Mr
Martin Helena Montana Geo Marth
and wife Ogden Frank Ohra New
York John Stoddaid Wellsville
Stephen Shelton Park City Col J G
Hudson Bingham
BinJbame HOUSE
F Pisrce Idaho Ed Whitaker Idaho
Lake John Fannce G A Bennett Opbir
City Zim OBiley Virginia City 0 B
Jones Barton F S Hines American
Fork Ctfion Al I Balenfortb Alta J W
White 0 K I P B J Voshay Green
River S W Walker Ophir
EXHILARATING
8THI TING
RECUPERATING
r the invariable effects oi thoj8 Elaborate
Punches Cobblers and feed Mixed BaTenjej of
all descriptions which Auer 1 Murphy at
dsilj compounding for their numerous patrons
who frequent the Occidental
Choice and Select Brand of Wines LIqnon
and Cigars both Imported and Domeitic
always kept In Sloct
N B Bottled Wines and Liquors for Fami
lies Excursionists Tourists etc at greatly
reduced prices
AUER MURPHY Props
EARLY FALL STYLES
ARRIVED <
GENTS
YOUIHS
CHILDRENS
S
HATS and CAPS
ALSO
Boots Shippers
Elegant Style Suited for All
GSKTCIDMISHING GOODS
FUISHIG
Etc Etc
Larga Stock Lowest Prices Ian I
AT DUtfFORDS
aU
BENEDICT HALL CO
ncER
JLXD <
WHOLESALE DEALERS
1
BOOTS SHOES
3 and 138 Grand st New York
Corner Crosby one oloce east of Broad
way dl4
Tt1IC be found on
THIS PAPERS at G P
Kowell Gos Newspaper Advertising
Bureau 10 Spree St where advertising
contracts YORK may be maofl for it in NEW
n
Children
CRY
FOR
Pitchers
Castoria
Me tImers lUre and Physicians
4 recommend it
IT IS NOT NARCOTIC
f NARCOTC
Cf TAU LENIMENTS
tho Worlds great PainRe
lovng remedies They heal
soothe and euro Burns
Wounds Weak Back and
Rheumatism upon Mail and
Sprains Galls and Lameness
upon Beasts Cheap quick
and reliable
BOILER WORKS
HAYNES a SONS
South Temple Street one block and a
S half from the Depot
Are prepared to do AllKinds of
BOILER AMD SHEETIRON WORK
BOILERS of AIL Styles and Sizes Made
to Order Old Ones Repaired
All Work Guaranteed and Promptly
Attended to
S Prices as Low as the Lowest
au27
DAVID JAS5
LIO N3JD
PLUMBER I TIMER
Gas and Stoam fitter
Respectfully announces that buying hii
material by the car load ho is
prepared to
LAY WATER PIPESI
On short notice at
lowest Possible Prices
A Large Etork cf
Pumps Plumbing Goods
Iron Pipe Hose
And Sheet Lead
Kept i SLot
OFFICE AND WORKSHOPS
WEST TEMPLE STREET
OopOfito City MCA Marks
JOHN HACMA N
O
TAILOR
Four Doors West of While Touse
NEW ARRIVALS OF SPRJO
AND SUMMER GOODS
marl Give Dim a Call
t p
i 1 fr
7 t
y
j
H
I J I
=
l J
oti L ELASON < 1 t
PBACTICAL j
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN >
Keeps a Select Stock of H1 a
o 1
Gold and Silver i
YATOllS OHUNS t m lit i
Aho a Fine Af aortment t S
ri
JEWELY J
Slerlii Silver ad Plated YI are n t 11
AGBNT FOR
LAZAKDS MORRIS I
I M
Spectacles E eGlasses 1 I
OPPOSITE JONES BANK I i r
I
142 MAIN STREET la
SALT LAKE CITY t 4 < t S
E rrI
THE ARCADE RESTAURANT I
AND CHUP HOUSE J I
Meals eerved at all hours of the daj 5 f
and night in firstclass Style l S I
EVERY DELICACY OF THE SEASOn
Served up temptingly 1
OYSTERS II EVERY STYLE
66 Main Street I
= 15 JA DIN WOODEY Pror S
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PEiliitefesterLlatMariels l B S
TicoEstablishments Out Management i
3anagment S
Totalihmet iq
r q t I
We will put on the Market daring the aszt I
Ninety Days a Quality of Meat that baa ntrtr S
I been inrpiisad in Utah SOUR
bn
OUR BEEP it selected from the belt Short I
r Horn Breeds in the country t < j
OUB iluTTON 1 from choice two and thee s I I
year old Wethers e 1 I
OITK POBK AND VEAL are Dairy F d S S m r t
OUR CORN BEEF has no equal t
r
I Although of a Superior Quality ou j
i Prices are as Cheap a the Cheapest S ft J f
t
WHITE SONS r
Proprietor i I 11 I
1237 Fiat South and 63 Stond South Sti i t
t f
au9
l L
OYSTER GROTTO j
BOSTON ICE CREAM S
In Any Quantity at lowest Prices 1
Havinc made extensive additions to my ei
Iavn
tabllshment I am fully prepared to fill all
orders with promptness j
Try My Celebrated Caramels I
Tha largut aud Tinest Stock of S
Pure HomeMade Confectionery
the rariiea Lowest bapplled PrlcccCfiO i everything i my line a I 5 l J S
O ARBOCAST
Jy23 il FIr Sonth Street
S
i J
I BOWRHiG BROS
I weoLzaLLa san = sIT 1w
DEALEBS POULTRY in CALIFORNIA FRUIT S I
FISH FRESH EGGS BUTTER
aim
GROCERIES
OF ALL KIKD3 S
e 5
Tresh Treat rectiTid Day
S
1253 FIRST SOUTH STREET
Nobody DeliTen Goods Quicker than wa S fc
1 I
t
FIRE IBNS GRAND EXCURSION
TO LOGAN
AND RETURN Leaving Salt Lake City
On WEDNESDAY SEPT 8th 1
1
At 7 AM and Returning on FRIDAY Evening by the regular train
tAn z3 For ll > ° Bound Trip to and from Logan C3 00 I
FARi from Salt Lake City J O S S
From Ogden and Return 200 Children under 12 Hal Faro
Parties coming from any point on the Utah Southern to join the Excursion
lots can secure Half Bales by purchasing a fall ticket to Salt Lake City which wil
be made good for the Return Trip
S
S JOHN TAYLOR SON
ERaANT TA TLORS S
S3 Commercial Street 93
0
As we shall SHORTLY REMOVE to a Mora Commodious Building
on Kam Street we will CLOSE OUT at greatly Reduced
Prices our remaining stock of SUMMER GOODS
to make room for our Fall Purchases
5 =
STOVESo TOVES
GEO3 SCOTT CO
Haislciircaelred a MI line cX tna edebrttod
SIEWABT HEATERS fa Parlors c CLINTON CABINET BANGBb in i S
fra CTX 1 TT11
j
Offlces Stores and Halla great variety aru of a rises j tr 4
very best cookinj outfit in tke wet
1
The HiBTABD FBAffEJJK the kct of t
mads Handaomest Open Parlor Stove k
S OANHON BOXand ether HEATEB8 5
OoK STOVEBepontar Golden for Stores Offices Bar Bccrcr S
Crown and Stewart ca complete assortment
S FURNACE WORK A SPECIALTY
eJ S 41
S S 1 HiTlng a wellappointed Shop we a prepared 4
S S S S S l t do all kinds of
ja
3M S S and SHEET S IKON WORK With promptness °
tL
S s K Liberal Discount to Country Dealers
S GEO M SCOTT CO
s
c 9 Main Street Salt Lain Qlt

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