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deseret evening jews." H lliura.l.j. "" ""Saeeb ai.TSfiT" j FllAUMENTS. Tiir memleM ol tho county court liars B I been engago 1 thin aiternoon auditing Ilia H J accounts ol ei-County ( lrtk Allen as per iBaVaaVaaaTJ I his recent request made to Inst body. Tiir furniture to lie sent to Iho World's Fair lijr the ladlia rr I)vl county "111 remain In the Ulnwondey window until eaoaaasaa t Monday, Mured S7ili. j Tno mental condition of rbarlotto Hj Krlckson, who resides nn south Ninth j Km street, in being Inquired Into hy 1 l'robaln Juries lllalr and two medical 1 inenthle afternoon. aaaaaaaaaT ClTT Treasurer Duke, who has been I confined lo Ina bed for tho past few days with an attack of la crlppe, wan on the atresia again today In a rather enfeebled Ihi condition. ' KauiitDrii Stanton's; Mm rod tiro. B ollrllloN I are again burno hltn away to H the duck nalda of Nprinjtrllle. He took B with him an arsenal ol ammunition and H eipecta In return heatily lalen with the i frulUof bla huntloir oxpodltlon. H In Tlow of Haturday, Matcli Mill, 1B93 baring been set ajartas a special W fait day for all tho members of tliu H Cbuich, the Utah Priests of tho Bait 1 Lake Hukenf Zlon will notconteno H until Ibo lut Haturday In April. B Kliab Moiikib, H l're sldent of IJuorum. H AilU.SrMr.NT.S. H Tub Deshict Hospital IIkkkfit H turned out fairly well In financial re- H suits, considering the stormy weather, H nnd the altUtlo rssultt were all 1 that could to dtilrrd. The proRram B waa au excellont one, varied enough to H iult nil tastes. It Jed of!" with the H Deseret minstrels, with lomn changes H In their pertonnel, and the oUea nnd H tonga with tho vanlihltig lady flualo H wcul quite a well nt oTer, Mr. Malleae fl being the particular star among the B funny men, and Mr. lloblnton carry- H l"c away thn honoia among the singers. H Mr. Bqulrrt and Mr. lleaeus wrrr 1 Well received. The Deseret texlettt B sang "dpecd Away"luexcellenlatyle, B and being encored gave an old time B negro melody In equally good fashion. B j:iiaaon repeated tit former lilt, and B could hare IirJ an encore, but deollnej B lu KastoitKOta warm 'tslcome and 1 though he wassullerltit;.':om a alight B hoarsencM, bo got a nig recall, and H retKndod with "Annie Inurlo'' In H bla own tender alyle. Del lleetley B u encored for blaxylophonoaolo. Tho ancient atatuarygrouplngt wero HHBh "ot what they would havo lieeu bad H Ibo llghta worked belter. Mr. Welbe.of course, waa tbo leature of the evening, BBa Mhealwayamuatbc; 111 playing waa ai enchanting at eTer. Tonight he will render llacb'a great fuguo BBBI In (J minor. Tho afterpiece America flgg ' illMoeeied In Twunty Mlnutee, la a firstly oa ever In Ha mualo and aa point- eu oa erer In Itadlalogueand (tsry.llr. BflflB l'ark apiaared a thu tuedlelnu man BK and nude occaalonal mlitb. Tho BBS aucceaaof the plecuwai the singing of H Mr. Itobltuon, whose fine bnrltotio volco ti oa beard to excellent advautige In ibetiumlerbeeang. Mr. Itoblnson eeeras to bo tbo coming baritone. Mr. 1 Horn accompanied and directed, but his orahestra did not teapond to tils ellorta nt all llmce, and was occasion ally itilto rocky. Tho same program for tho same otject gjes agilu tonight. J'.. Il.HoTltKitN's advance site opens tomorrow. Mr. Warner, Mr. Both. eru'J advance man, and Mrs. Warner occupied a box at tbo Theater Itst evening. The lady In (lie profession Is known as I-ouliu l'aulleo; she at eared bore as Carlelon'a leading lady a number of yean ago. For tbo first tlirio months of tho present season Mr. V.. II. Bothern ap peared at the l,ycount Theater, New York, In a play by an American au thor who had no previous eiperlencu In dramatic work. It was called "Captain Lettatblalr" and I rovud no sallilaclory to thn Uljllo that many peoplo wero nightly unable to obtain edmlsilon, and threo matlncce wire Klveu weekly to accommodate the disappointed ones. At the end of that time It was withdrawn only that the irevloutly arranged tour might be curled out, and that the stock com (any of that houso might begin Ha leyular suaaon. It will bo seen here threo tilhts, commencing Monday. March 27. Mr. Bothern has made liltuteir a thorough fnvorlte hero, and t- plays which ho has given In the I i five years, The Highest llldder, i, d C'bumley, The Master of Wood birrow, and The Dancing Ulrl, diner lug widely In their character, aru most pleasantly remembered. Thu new lay, Uapt. I,etlatblalr, perhaps re sembles Lord Chumloy mora than any other of Mr, Hotlurn'a flays, jet it la distinctly ulf ferent. It presents him In tho charaitor af ft young Irlah ofllcer, tin- ulslvv, rollicking, Impetuous, honor able; with a gentlemanly brogue, and an ample supply nf Irish wit. It will written by MIssMargusrltn Merlngtou. who, until recently, was for severs! yiars Initruotor In Greek nnd I.stln at the Now York Normal College. It was her first attempt at Uy writing, although she has been a magazine cor trlbutor for soma time pint- The company supporting Mr. Bothern, and every urlall of scenery and stage set ting, will be exactly as II was during the New Yolk run. l'orilio Wni Id's Fair. In Solomon Ilrolhers' show window, on Main strett, tho (Jranlto Taper Mills Company ol this city bain nice display of home-made nws, Job, print and wrapping pajers, In reams and rolls, which Is to bo placed on exhibi tion at the World's Fair. Mr. A. Kim ball, the compauy'a agent, has neatly arranged a pyramid of that article. Thu foundation Is n variety of pajmr In riamsSnxSU, the bundle ls.com posed of straw butcher, msnllla, white and pluk satinet wrapping, cover, Job and I tint paper; above, tapering to the top, first Is an vighteen-lnili roll of book or white wrapi lng, on top of It Is a fifteen-Inch roll of butchir straw, with a twelvediich satinet roll above. Da this Is a nine-Inch roll of manllls, crowned with a six fnch roll of pink, lu u culler. Tho pink baa Inscribed ou It, a beehive. Allecil CoiiuterffiiciH. The pollco arrestud a man this after noon on the charge ot paislngcounter felt coin. They refused to divulge his narau or any ol the particulars con nected with tbe case. I FREED FURNITURES I CARPET COMPANY iH ao, as, a j, no, as 1:. 'xuiitv sowar, I Bash fEasij Payment I ;TKEEP YOUR EYE T".s SPACE Hi It Will Be Id Yn Interest It Tisll TMs lamlk blallistaeil. M FREED FURNITURE & CARPET CO., iVfl From 30 to 38 E. Third South St. HH r . . , , I 1 MARHH AND MOYER AGAIN, Tho Ii)YestlaatlD0 Committee Still Poblag tlrn ComphhL A IiniEI JIOItMMl'H NLSS10.. Trjlng to llml Out Mnmelhlng About llolilit nn I lilt llfC'Ipl. lMitre Aro Tlicjl The Nr.wa report of tho Inquiry Into thu charges brought against (J. H Commissioners Martin and Moyer cloiod yesterday with thn evidence of ex-Uetuty MarshalJoe Hush, When Ills turn on thu witness stand was over, Commissioner Martin was re tailed by (ho petitioners' counsel, and It was further ellcltid that tho Ulobo Collection arenoy appeared In III cues on tils docket. Out of this num ber alxty-ouo were dofaull cases, five were trloJ, and out of this number three Judgments wero renJerel for tho plalnllU and two for thn defendants, twenty-seven aruai yit undisposed of aud tne bilatico were aeltlud and dis missed. (lurstloaed as to whether lie had agreed with this agoncy that be Would not charge n feu unless Judg menu wero rendered against tho defendant, the witness stated that no such agriemint had been made. In one ol tho cases decided lu favor of tho defendant an entry showed that the feo had Iwon charged to Crook, but the entry had been mado since the investigation was begun. In Ihuother nasu the defunduut paid thu costs, the judgment having been rendered In bis ,".?.!! """-complaint ngilntt the pIMtltllis, Attorney Varlau atkod the witness f commlsslonera and Justices were In, the ualilt of appearing as counsu1 wroro other commissioners and jus tlrw, and Mr. Martin answered In thu alllrmatlve. Attorney Waldwln then asked the witness whether ha ever turnod over one of his own collections to any one clsetobrlogsultoiilu his own court. witness I am not sure, but I think ono case which had ticen in my bands waa brought beforo mo, but aohangoof Venuu was taken. Mr. Manila's attention was next dlrtcled to soveral other cues.lu whMi John Hullhn'i was plaintiff and Iteed i Crook of thuUlobe Collection agon cy appeared a, attorney, for thu plain 111!. Ho elated that he had had their pemilislon to enter llielr names as attorneys for tbo plalntltl In such cases, and that they had the summonses served themselves. With regard to the alleged arrang. ment between the commissioner and Crook, Mr. Martin declared that uu arrangement bad cililed. Jle held Lrook responsible lor the cone lu all cssss, and an upon account existed bstwieuCrook and himself. , Attorney Hurl aikod Now, didn't you present a bill to Walker Ilrolhers I yler for costs luiatei In which they were lalLtllle, wbloh Ihey refused lo Witness I did, nnd Ihey refused to pay It on the grounds that the Crook agency brought thu suits and were responsible for the costs. "Didn't you pay a jortlou of a bill which you owed them, then, with thu understanding that they wouldn't appear ogalutt you In this Investlga. lion?" queried counsel. Witness I did not liavo any such understanding, although I paldatur t'ocol the bill. The matter of allowing Interested parlies to lorvo suiumomos was then gone Into acd It was ascertained tnat they were often ermlltud to do so. ., W.B.Kugate was usll-d nu J slated that Hobbsdruw (HO out of Ihu bank to settle the adultery case, which was referiul to tnrllcr Hi the proceedings, but hu didn't acu him piy thn sum. Carl Dsmmaun (the de'endant In two tans I r iught agalnsthlm In Com mbsloucr Martin's court for Sbllln whisky on Bunday, and lefernd to during yeiterday morning's Inquiry) was tailed and ipiettl jlied us lulu, second arrest. He staled that ho pilj Ibo costs Hi the case aud II was dis missed. To Judge I,TOfbourow. witness mil he believed thu couiflainlug wllnece had ugreed that the case might bu dismissed. The next witness was C. A. Heed, a former member of the (Hobo collea lion ageury. Uu bail, ho said, brouibt aouiuberof cites before Mr. Merlin and a running acoouul exlsltd between them. Attorney Hurd Did you havo any agreement with Mr. Murilu that he was not In get his fees unless thn de fendant was k'ood for theaniouui? Wllaois No; wo Blood gojd lor tho coits. "Did jou areo with jour cllonls tbutlf you dldn'iiuaku the collecllous from the defendants, that they shoulJ not Le Held llablu for the ends?" asked Judge lluwat, and the witness esld yes, "And dldu't you havu a similar nrrangemeut with Mr. Martin?" "Wudld, usl understand II. Attorney llurd Wlinujou served a summons when the suit wss brought by other pirtles, how inuth did sou get for your work? "I got $1 and Mr. Mirtln JI, an swered Mr. Heed. Next came to tho wltuess aland I. C. Crook of the (Hobo Collection agency. Asked by Mr. Hurd about Ihu multer of costs when thu defendants were unable to piy the ludgmeni, he etited that the agency Blood rttpjiislblo for costs lu nil rases, "Dldn'tMr.Marlln simply allow J cu lo bring caira without I uylii j thu con Ik In advance, and when Judgment was rendered against the ilsieiidnut let thu matter run ulouguniil ou colloitcd Ihrm?" asked Judgo Louiboiirow, The witbwo replied "Yes, I think ro; butwu aid blm fur all tho tlmu huUllu." John Bulllvanwns Interrogated as to utultwbUli hu had brought lu Mr. Marllu'soourt agaliitt J.'t', Malouey, Judgment bad bien eutervd for tsO und costs, and the plalnllll had re reived ?L'. luoludlng $10 which he owed Mr. Martin for attorney's fees In another case. There was n discrepancy ol $5, und cocslderablo tlmo wassjieut III trying to discover where It bad gone to, Finally witness remembered thai be nwid Mr. Martin $13 Instead of $10. Tho petitioners now rested on Ihu Mattlu late, tho understanding being thttlho defunio would lutroduou Its leillmouy today, Tuorutioii court adourni:d, TotilVa ntoCKrui.Nus. UKn the resumption of tbei Investi gation at 10:S3 uui. today, Mr. I, C. Crook of the collection agsuoy wai recalled rend asked oneor two questions ou the subeot uf certain cu-ts mi o tloned yesterday adcrooan, In which Walker iiroi. A FylerCo. wero Inter eated parlies. It llkswlso ap eared that bo had served ln2 suramonscs from CommlsilBusr Martin's oourl, rctelvlug $ on taeh t them. The commlssionsr blruiclf kept tbe atooiid dollar. Bme llltle ilslay was here occa sioned hy the absetiis of Judgo Ilowat (a member of the Investigating ojiii mlltee), who had been called away on other court business; but It wai pres ently decided that tho luqulry should proceed and that the notes of the steno grapher should le read over to the Judge upon his return. In answer to Judge Iioofbourow, Mr. Crook rslj lhat a miiunderiiaudlug arose between htmsi If and Mr. Martin tome time last November, nndslnco then their dealings had practltilly ceased. There h id been a sort of tictt understanding UUecn tliu romnils sbner nnd hliuielf, but thu latter ap. loured to have be u under sjtno mis apprehension in regard to IL Mr. Hurd Dijou mean to be un derstood now as swearing that you did not havo such au arraugemunt with Mr. Martin as thl In coses where tult was oimmeuccd nnl JM got Judg ment, but did not i .llttt It, that there werotobeno chsrgui for costs made by Mr. Martin? Witness I will isy yet If I can qualllylU Mr. Hurd Well, do to. Witness At tho general oulgrowlli or our lmiluess It bee line a sort of tacit arrangement, without a illcllatloii from ollher parly esptclilly. that wlicro Hie business caused Mr. Martin no trouble or called iornooa,e of trial and the Judgment came by default the general undemanding wai that the coats should oouie from Ilia dofmid ant. I do not think a week has rasted but what Mr. Martin and myself Imvo had an altercation over this miller, Mr, Hurd Was It not your understanding, and did you not ao inform the Walker llrothcrs A. rji,, Co, that you had made an wrougi ment with Mr. Martin whereby all cosls 111 their cases should be risked unless Ihey failed to prove thftlr I'liu. " WltliCKS did not think ho ever staled to them llmtliu bad any arrangement with anyone. ".' AvrTtum, Jr., sold he waa no qualnted with the man Hobbs, whoso iiamu was mentloued yesterday. A 'cell I .signed by Commission er Martin for, bo believed, $30 "llow" to the wllmss by Hobbs, at IheCullen hotel, some time last April, In reference to tho cato In wlikli J.va Walkina was complainant and llollta defendant. Witness did not know where Hobbs was now aud bad not seon the paper since. In reply to Judgo I.oofbourow tho witness said hu was formerly bar keeper at the Cullen hotel, but was now a Dommsrclal traveller for a Han I raucleco firm. Hobbs was tall aud slim and usually "wore" n red beard. He laid the receipt Ui ou the bar aiun Icr, but witness could not remember how It was worded, as be was lory busy at the lime. 'I he amount on thu receipt might have beeu$J3; he would uol now undertake lotwear as to thai, neither could hu tell whether Hobbs' name waa upon It. Hobbs, however, tailed bis attention lo tbe namu of "Martin, U, B. Commissioner." and ssld hu thought he had been "workod" for $.V). Wheti Hobbacame lo him with Ihu receli.t hu was somewhat Intoxicat ed, and did not tsem altogether clear. AsJuJgu Ilowat waa tllll engaged lu Ibo Bupreine courtroom, tbe court adjourned at 11:30 ml s p. m. During tho first hour of this after noon's session nothing of special Im portance developed. SUPREME COURT CASES. That Partnership Trouble Between llannetnan and Karrlck. iiibSATisiii.ii Mini nn: IIMJIMJ. All Appeal on Ilehalr of thn Crctccnt Hlnlug t'ompitiy In n IVrtontl Diinago bull. Tho entire tlmo of the Territorial Hupremn court this morning was taken up with tho oiln of Charles I,, llanne tnan, respondent, vs. Iiewls CKarrlck, nppellanl. Judges Butherland and Ilowat represented tho latter; J, 1, Kawllna nnd Waldemir Vau Cott ap peared on the other tide. The suit was originally brought by Hannemvi as plalntlll against Kar rlck, It bilng alleged that a partner ship was unteroi Into between thorn u i February 3rd, 13S0, for n term of live yeirs. It is charged that about February 1st, 18SS, Hie defendant look exclusive posiefelon ol tbo books and stock In trade and forolbly excluded thelaliitltl rrom participating lu the loudness. Damsgai lo thu amount of fJa.lhW were olultneJ, Judgmeut was pra)ed for dissolving Ihu partner ship, and au accounting ueked for, Thu defendant's auiwcr ad mitted the partnership agreement, but set forth acts uf misconduct nud urgllgence ou Haunemau's part lu tbe management of thn biisluiss. It wan admitted Hut In February, 18S3, Highest of all In Leavening l'owcr. Latest U.S. Gov't Utport. Ifck! Baking ABSQWKBiX PURE ,J!rlfk lwlt Issoslon, but denied that tho taking was wrong'ul. It was also rislsted that by reason ol Hie I remises and tbe agreement between the parties tho inrtuershln was dls tolvod.and that plaliitltThad tustaluui no damage whatever. 1 he aiun was referred to Attorney H. A. -ilenltt, as referee, who rendered Judgment against the defendant for JlS.illojjt and costs ol suit. A motion for a new trial w overruled nud henoo tho preient nppeal. The arguments wero mado bsforo Asioclsla Justices lllackburn, Miner and Uattch, and tbe loso was sub mltte I, A MINI.MI 0UUfAN'8 AI'frAL. This aftcrnoju thu cako of John (1. Iilndberg, plalbtlir aul respondent, vs. Ihu Crescent Mlnliq; Co., defend art and aipellant, came up for argu ment, l'lalnlll! was In tho employ of the defendant rompiny at a curmaa and while worklug lu a raise on their prop-itly a cavo lu occurred, lilt left leg was broken and amputation be came necessary. Dimagea lu JiVtWO were demanded. Tbe trial took Pisco before Judgo Anderson In A rll, 180.', nnd tho Juryawnided plalnllir $J5U0. rue motion for n new trial wai over ruled, and ngalnit this rullug the appeal Is now taken. ItllMtUAII OJUI'ANV'U AfflUU Into yesterday afternoon the argu ments lu Hie c,e of John J, UJsen vs. Ihu Oregon Bhort Idnn Ulah Nortlitrn Hallway company, np.iol. lants (appealed from thu Ihlrd district court) was taken up. Williams A Jan Colt oppeniod for appellants and 1 ergutou iV. Caunon for Iho respond ent. II was an action for damages al leged to havu been Miitelni'd by pUlntlll whllu croselng defendant's railroad track netr Illngharn June Hon. l'laltillll was driving across the track when his outfit was struck hy a train. His wagou was demolished, his horses were both killed and be was painfully Injured. 1'lalntlll alleges negligence on thu part of lha defen dants In not ringing thu bell or sound ing (hu ublillu uu their locomotive, aud demanded damages lu the sum of $1000. Upon a hearing of the ca- Hie Jury relumed a verdict III tils favor ami uuesied lilt damages at$UUo. It Is against this that the present apaul comes. Tho caio was now takeu un der aivlsement. Jusejili. Tlio sacred cautala, Jotepb, will bo presented by the Tweulleth ward choir tomorrow evening, In tho ward meeting house, for tho purpose of rais ing funds to purchase new music, l'rof. Joseph J. Daynet will conduct tho cantata, and the flnul rehearsal last evening showed that those attend ing Ihu concert will elloy a musical feast. WITHIN' OUU OATES. W. H. Duscuberry, who Is not a Dogberry but n Judge all the same, came up from I'rovo and took a look around our muulclal natstorium ou the principal streets. Ho didn't take a bath but looked as If hu would like to, K. II, Anderson, of Ugden, took a run down today und was looking around among old-tlmo friends here, of whom hu has sucral notwithstanding tho fast that, according to most Junc tionals, Hilt place It loo far from Ogden to protper. II. T. Moulgomerj, the well known attorney from Denver; August Fungo and wife, prominent citizens ol Chi cago; M. lleynolds, Ban 1' raucleco, nnd D.D. Houlz, the I'rovo Juslluluti, aro thu guests ol thn Cullen. It. II. (Joujh ot Dry Canyon, leisee ofthe Hidden Treasure mine, Is hero for the tlmo being. Hu reports having been marly suouod lu, Hie vMlatlou from thu clouds aggregating two feet on thu level. He concluded n s state ment with the characteristic and cheering remark, "I-verythiiig In alghl." It. X. Ilukln, who presides ovor this somewhat boisterous community as mayor tlieruur, and does credit tJ the ob nud hlimelf, has gol back from his trip lo national heajqusritr. It Is not known whether or not bu let the gubernatorial bee buzt without restraint lu his bonuet uhlle there, but It It u well assured (set that an appointment doesn't require one's actual re Banco lu Vrder to nllght where It belouis. Teleraphluadvlce, like the dcaJ, travol fast. HOlKf, AUIIIVAtV TuaCccixvIl II lloals, l'roti.St. Ilsr. tiolji, e.an trsnelieo, J A connoU nnd wile, Murray II lliuelow. A h Sullli, rikn,, if 1'arreiK, bilncuieU W lluKhun, llukinlul. II r Jl.nhroinerr llsoeeri I. v tjbiv elillir! ojcOeujilLrteuuiifort, esu trucuco. L Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder ..IS.. The Only Pure . . 5 Cream of Tartar Powder. Contains neither Ammonia, Alum, nor any other adullerant. Does finer and more economical work than any other, owinrj to Its marvelous purity and greater strength. It is cheaper at 50c a pound than the ordinary kinds at :oc. The Ucst Is always the Cheapest. Tna Hvclsr Sli-tll tn.ler, bonis Iliac, 'aeer II , re.lnil, Ai. M.on, h.. A usrth.Oin.tia.U II (,r,s rrnillfe Ml mr "lull.. Minn t rill, nm.l.rk.wir.anitclillil, I rorliienre II I Kll "m.l.,r n. oitr, ll ion rana lnain, M a t rcitSte, rthselUe V . , 1110H Horns X tlMitttt.il, ,S.,e lort.lt Turthsin, lln.ion, li II -.liiion, (I A lieel,nn, Srrasms, M , Ml Ulna', inn t rsnelM-n J Sn.llnandiiif. .Iimabs, II l Hell, New Yuk IV W Unmer, wire and naughter, Arpen.colo, .1. fean nll. ,,1, ihi,Jn- iilirianl, Jl II Ualifon,la,oilCul n I laiil.tlinn, I t Hal., liana Mor ! r Mass, J no It Hauler and wile, ei Lorn., lo U lltman and wire, liul,uiin, fa I It Williams. Itmrali,. N, II Itrrer, tiwk.n rths Marl n, Heaecr, J V Slnore, A J Sj.fter, K I (,ler, UK Ihulf r A Keen Lhicrn, t. t'olinanssd wife. La rro.i. Ilia I Uemln.bawan I wl?o, Trcir, ( , llllum ami wit.. I ark til v T J i attcrien, Clceelsnd O, 1 die U Ilaus.Una. Ion. Tnr Stom v -tliomii Kpnenitune, J Harmon I. ran Inriro I al , II J I un.l l licuree. r jMrter,i.unnian, William Walaoo. eati iris, link tllll, (it'kn Mlnnmss, Iroeoi f w Jaratrlrnn leai.llo Maliu, e lalJer, Omaha htU c s Morn,. 1 1 Maine, lndtsnai Wear UUI I 1 1 ad i Sprisaa, . Weiilae sn I wila, lean liannaco 1' 1'onllr. Helm, J i Uhito.14. llesuice, Nebj I. etirlner, Ltnrona, Tna -mrit Iloi IV -Mrlor rmnrr ant wir. Chaua. eater N I ti It lllahnp, kllchlsaai Us i o .man New York II A Kssrnea iiunnl ami a l sum! sn I wir. ra.era IV ill er an t "Bene, L-iloraro Pprlltra U Inlnetr (looclrieti elinaKO.t Chandler,!., ABfclea, tV J Hall, leeen Hirer, I T I It Hiinn. Alti lllridli I rrant, ll.il en Hreanl San I ranrlien. . It, r. l I rr-naliu n,n ll.irln, New leili J II star tln,eokans,sali. lo III laillea. Sirs. Christy, Hie Milliner, Invites Hie ladles ol the city to attend her prlDg millinery oicnlng nt her par lors, 81 west. rirtlHrutli street, Friday noil, March lllth. They will see n slock of Midi i leganco and variety at Wat never 1 efure shown lu Ihu West. (Jsdd Hand I olT rt Is n quick teller; this la evidence that It Is popular with the consumers. PROVO MILLS CLOTH Will outwoar anythlnir In tho markot, Wo Mako Moil's Sult3 to Ordor. Wo also havo a stock of Roacly- mnclo Clothing on hand. JOHN C. CUTLER & DRO.. 30 MAIN STREET. Your breakfast table will not be com plete without (iuld Hand t'nu,e. Jlr II. f. Ural', nilllnrrr lt.e.llnti, Haturday nlternoou nnd evening, March Uth. Lovely Imported goods, lite novelties. Any goods selectid luring rcceitlon ciu be purchased, 41 loutb, Main tlreet. Tho attention of economical house keepers la called lo the (laid Hand racksge Currvr. It Is Hie best. Mr3. Burrows' Mllllnory. Orenlngunv Monday, March Z7, Thellaest Millinery etlsplay ot the sesson. All tbe JatisC lmiortatlon. Nothing handsomer can be shown In thu city. Jiidtea are cordially Invited. Mrs. M, J, Hiirrowr, 18 Malum. roiiiiellileia- a.m. Di-misthv tbat bat for Its object something Infinitely letter than Iho reckless and often criminal wholesale extraction of U)d.glven natural teeth, that uuluhtlj',uncleau and uncomfort able artificial dentures may be Insert ed. Dr.0. 11. Hewelt .. don , Dooly (1. 0.) block, Halt Diko Cily, have all the modern appllaneee (ant the skill tuusotbem) to save Ihu natural teeth, not for n month or a year, but forn life time. d A. a latllrs, Mraoltblno's giand opening of the Hst'i?'." MI""n ," Hummer Ml llticry KcoJ ever exhlblle.il,, theclty, flrand recrption at Ihu Theater Mil !l"!'l'lors,one dtor west nf 8s t Dike Thealor, Thursday, r,ldy , Balurday next. le.f,l1od, welcome, III H,,t,.("in.,r'A,m,"lt "tended to all. Hours, 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 8 p. m. rrlcea reasonable, and goods can bo purchntcd during tbe rereplbn. You will bo j leased with Hold Hand CroccM. 'a' by "" flr,,,cl" Weber (Oroes Creek) Cool, 109 H.Malu, At nn after dinner ex tlio you will Le pleased with Hold Hand. (Jot your Alatracis of Tllio at thu ' ctinly Itecorder'e cnire. They are madedlrectly from the original recorJs. "e lllllnu Hollar, lo loan. HlxtoDrcrcent. Co.NWAV A DuNNM.i.Air, 8 ItMin 2. ( ommerolal lllock. Uio X. F. H, and I), lulter. Alk your B'ocer for It, I'. Q. )ttx 545, 111,1. Umilril At once on excaiallug for lake at For est Dale I'aik. B educations and plait furnished on ai plication. High' lo riject any nn J all bids reserved. OlXilKlK M. CANtiuy. Havo you tried (Inld llonJConee. If not you huvu n geuulnu treat lu store, HoVd lia'ndT.Tr-"J """" ar'dk LADIES, REMEMBER Mme Lamb's Millinery necenllon Tliuia lay, March 2ard, Hourt 2 to 6 and 7 to 11 p.m. All kludt of Coal, ltu H. Main. Tho Hold Hand Package It baiidaome, but the quality of thn goods lutlda tells the story. Persona ironi Iho country visiting u, ,.'al:u Cl,yor Intending to visit Walt I, iho at cnnfercHco time, may engage snrtiiHiils In tin. Culnier block nnd In thn Ciilmer Kennelt Mock, by writing to U. l'.Culmer& Ilrcs. at once, giving dales and num ter of rooma required. The Hold Hand ('ifTra will be alwaya In your homehol I after one trial. i5pfii Jpssiaa3aaBTiiniii PPORATED CRt2J Do Ym Use thG AlmveJraEfl? Most Popular Baby Food Known. Cold on tho can, bottor than gold In tho can. FREC EXHIBITS all tho Wook. Look for dally announcomonts. Tomorrow at E. L. Prlco, 2G4 Main Stroot. E. A. Wolfo & Co.. 143 W. 2nd South St. J. B. Tnrlow Drup; Houso, Cor. 1st South and Malm "'plU'ioSIp . "SI"' ?J,QA V10UN' QUITAR' MANDOUV, BANiO CLARIONET,' In fsct tnylhlnrj In the Muilcil Llnet at Lower Prlots tnd on Belter Terms than tny other firm In Iho Weilern Slaloi. COALTER & SNELGROVE, the Salt Lake MUSIC DEALERS 15.00 duhik iE mm 01 llils advorllscmont wo lll papor any room 12 foot by M fool nnd D fcot blrjli (or abontlhat slzo) including sldo walls, border and colling for SO.00. Tlioso Wall'Paporsaro ptrloolly now and Includo an Immonso variety of boantlfnl doilgn3. k They aro not by any means Iho oboapo3t papors. Call and too tho tjooils. IpowT WE HAVE MOVED. " Coma and soo ua In our Elosant Now Storo In , tho McCornlclc Block, IB W. First South St Just Round . tho Corner ' from formor location, Utali Book & Stationery Co. ' DuVican Wl. McAllister, Manage 1)