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H ' 8 DESCTET EVranyQ KEWSt 5VTtTIlIAY Arnili 20, 180!).
H DBSBBETBYENING HEWS,
H N.lntH.j. : Al-rll m. IM,
W THIS COUNTRY AND EUROPE.
m ' Tbe dlflerence between this country
H and tlio countries of the Old World la
1 I never more itrlklngly Mutinied than
In the nutter of liomcf. There, h
H i . people over expect to own their own
Htl" roof, (till fewer to cTer havo title to
1 ie tlio laud on which their home stands.
m ni On tho contrary, In Hill country, any
H man poisesicd of health, energy and
H it Intelligence la lure that beforo many
m ib jtirtl ue m,y not only build blmtell
H J nliouti; Lnt may alio on n tho land
B turroundlnz It. Are uU content to
B J fatten upon yourself and your Innooent
Kgj children tho syilcm of tenantry that
1 i agcaof feudalliru faitened upon the
HI' t countrlia of i:urore? Ju I"?
H.M ! rent? If to, why notiay thatamount
B jj upon the purcbaio price of rt home for
H yourielfla 1'oreit Dale? In thla
'1 delightful tuhurb you can buy laud,
V'l Lultd your home, and pay far It with
vJ little more exertion than la required
(to pay your landlord. If jou rent,
every nail you drive, every weed you
pull goes to Improve your temporary
smarten, but eventually roiulta only In
lentfltlng him whoso tenant you are.
' If you buy a borne, every ehrub, flower
H or tree you plant growl for you and
H your children. It you have money
B . I enough, pay all caih, and get dlicount
B therefor. If yon have only )our
M wagei, buy on the Inatallment plan,
B paying io much eaoh month; and
m your wife and children will gladly
M help you aave rather than live In u
H rented house,
B ' Wo have at 1'orcil Dale tho leal of
B V toll, first clan water, both from spring!
B and artealan wells, dlatrlct ichools,
B Hunday aolioola and good neighbor!.
B You may buy land by tho rod, by ttie
H lot or ty the acre. Depth of Iota varUa
B from 13) feet to 40 rods. JN'o trouble
1 to abow property. Call at room 831
B Constitution I lock, nnd niako arranr;e.
B meets wlt.i my agents. Correspond.
H ence loilcltcd.
K OtonuBM. Cannon, Owner.
If
rilAOMENTS.
Tnr con nlr clerk I ss Issued a marri
age llocnanlo W. 1 Ward ol Salt Isako
and Camilla Madaon of Illft Cotton
wood im in MrKuwnieK, a native of Ncol
land, and for Ji) years fast a resldont ol
Halt Laks, was a lmlue.1 Io clllonahlp
thla morning ty Judgo jiio,
Toiiomtnw morning at the Theater
Itev. Mr. Utter will ronllnna hla discus
Ion nl iIjo results or Ilia Higher Urlil
eliin, Iho spools! aulject being Tho
Authorship and Abo of Hie l'cnUlouch.
Tun New It rciiuoited to announco
thall.Ider Ihomaa Dally of Cullforlik
will rreach In tlio Joscphllo thai cl on
Kcooud feouth botween Keeoli 1 an 1 1 hint
l.ait streets, Sunday, April joih, at 11
a.m nnd 7 pm.
Ol Monday nott tho fonr district
eoiirla of Iho Territory will bo In session
Chief Jualleo ano j residing In the
Third dltlrlcl, Judge Minor at Ogdcn,
JuiIao lllaekbtirn nl I'rovo, whilo Julge
llarieh will lo at Ileum. In nil tlio
courta criminal business rlll bo run
nine
More Jurors (lioien.
A venire for ten additional petit Jur
ors waa taaued Jutt before the a IJourn
ment of court yeiterday nlternoon, re
turnable Monday. They nre J. T.
ll'ldoion, W. i:. liubbarl, John
Chalmers, II. H. HiiurlllfT, Georgu
OIen, George Norman, It. T. (iunii,
W, 11. Martball.A. II. Caller and V.
II. I. on.
Notice
ThoofUceiaof the l'rlmary Aisocla
tlona wllljmf ct at 1 17 eastHoulliTemp'o
street, Friday, May 61 h, at 2 p. ni.
IX V. CI.AWBJN, ptuldont.
.Nolioc
The funeral tervlcea of Ilrother John
Worth en, which ere poatponed In
ordir that hla aon Charles, missionary
to the Bouthern Htatea mlsalon, might
reach home, will teheld In the fourth
Ward meollng house on Monday next
at 2 p. m.
For Jlciclinnillsc.
Lowenbcrg A Co. planted a ault
In the Third dltrlct court thla mora,
ing to reojver from Joath filmon tho
uniofjais:, for rairiliaudlec, with
Iiil-ristnt8.er cinl from Juno lit,
lbW, and ccati.
Wuni.cr.nnd,
A Woman's Dsvotion la being pre.
entcd at tills favorite resort by tho
capablo stack company. Incldenlul to
the drama appears Incognita, the
young society lady who set all Denver
talking by adopting the stage, where
she Uanctii en mnnuo for n livelihood.
Hhe la one of tho most iiranful of this
clan of terpentine dancers that has et
appiaied In this city.
l'ruf. Itoltalr continues to delight the
curious with Ills biautllul lllualona In
the curio hall.
On the blou stage tho leading altrao
tlons are the llalley altlers, clover
Kuullsli sketch arlltts, and the Atstlns
In their n-n;tinientHllverB!atucr,
I FREED FURNITURES
H AUD
I CARPET COiPAHY
H oo, an, :u, .v, uh v.. TJnjiv nouTjr.
I' Basil "Easy Payment
Ht
Hi Espocial Salo oL
I GUI FOLJIM BIS,
I ffiantel Beds.
I Bedroom Suites,
I Carpets,
I' Parlor Goods,
I PORTIERS AND LACE CURTAINS.
sH -tTTsW
A -m,
AT THE' BANPT,"
Splendid Reception to tho Trans
Mississippi Delegates, List lDht.
Tin: umtoiis iiiuiii.v ri i:sen.
nmeroni Toaits and llfipoturt hy
I'romlocnt llllzrm. Itcsolullont
of Ihimki.
The Innijuet given at tbe JCnulif old
last night by Iho Chamber of Com
merce, llutlntsi Men's ntaoclatlon and
l'retaolubln honor of the Trons-MI-Istlplldelegntea
waa largely attended
by Halt lake's moit prominent cltl
xena and all things omldured waa a
ver rucciMfjl allalr.
Judge Towers waa gonoral toaat
mitter fir tho occasion nnd first callej
upon Ujvernor Thorn is to ileal., who
oxtendej a warm welcome to the
strangers. lie said: "We feel greatly
lionorej at your retenoo In our mldit.
Although we have political tlillcrciius
we bury them on ruoh nu occasion ni
till. Wo have tin diversity of
olnlon at regards our city
nud wo are equally prouJ
of our Territory, Wo believe our
incuiilalna have a bolder and grander
awtll than tuom of other stales. lie.
Death these rugged mountains and
litllend hy them aro rich und fertile
vulleyi. The climate, lessons, and all
things comblnu to ma'io Utah a If sl
ant lace of abode. Our Orrnt Halt
Iiake Is the wonder of Iho weatirn
world. For the neoplo of Utah I bu
ll eak you u moit coralnl welcome."
nAIKlN'M 1IA1I 1 111 All.
Mayor Ilaiklu In behalf of Ibo city
greeted the visitors In words of wel
come und apolled what otherwise
might liavo t een a fair speech had he
not Indirectly agitated nud referred to
certain local cuinJIIIona which he a p.
peartd duilrout of -making thu
strangers believe were of a sorlous
character.
I1II4IM-.NT UEO. 1 CANNON
waa lntrodiicid by Judge 1'uweraaa
olio of those who na n Ioncer had
blaied the way Into this Interl r wist.
"The rioueirs" was tho quistlon
telrclud for I'resldcnt Cannon to speak
upon. In tubstanco ho said: "I have
nothing like a set speush but will iy
Ihel uverjtliliig cunntited Willi the
hlit jry of tho lonters of thliTerrltory
la of autorblug Interval, Wo came
here In 1SI7 and although we believed
In ropluoy It would Iiutu been illlU
cull for me to comprehend or to have
believed, had Iho prediction been made,
that I would live to wllmss the won
derful Irauiforinatlou wliloli this tcine
preunta tonight. We name here evi
denlly alter tuccesslon if very dry
aiaaons. The ground was larchcu,
llfeleia and thinly. It loomed liui
slble that nnylhlug could to produced.
One of our party died almost aaaoun ai
we camo here aud I was one of thoio
whowenttodlg thegnve. Thesoll was
abiulutely witnout uolsiuru aud re.
seinhled bilck duit. We conitructrd
adltclitorrbatwui known na thecld
fori, and thou jh thu dliUnce wai but
short It took two days beforo tho water
reached there.
"At that time the lake wui very low.
Whiru there li now llfeen ftet of
water II waa not more tlmu knee dtpji,
Calllu wire driven tu what aome at us
lull Church lsluud aud biLk at fre
quent Intervals, nnd a hoy oiuld havo
wmliJ the lake the entire dlitance.
Hlucu then rains huve lucieaied and
tho lake has rlien. This Increased
precli Itatlon Is doubtless due to Irriga
tion and the Jlautlng of treei. Mj
theory la that whete man la Uod fa
alto.
"Thla city wai laid out In 1317 junt
as It li seen today, Tho men who
conceived tho 1 1 in believed the time
would comd when It would bo a molro
lltan city. Pho ilreula weru wldo
aud iiachut. Iho bloeks contained
ten auna each, or light nnd une
lourlli acre lots, and weru calculated to
make up a city of vlllin. riiere wai
nothing luonoi ollitlo In Ihu arrange
ment. Men cuit lota for tho land on
which they were Io bulla their homes,
for thu five, ten, twenty aud forty
acre tracts that weru turveyed from tho
city irojer In tho order liijlcats.il.
Ilrlgham Veiling toll the puiple tj
take liielr iholiocfctly lots and that
after thoy had ull uutn supplle I ha
would select fill lot, which
waa on what wo now
tionietlme call Ilrlgham street.
I know that I rigardtd hie selection as
ii very 1 oor and dry one, as ill j others.
Jlul subsequent dnvelj meiita roved
Ihut his Juugmont w aa very good, as the
laud lu that vicinity became ery
valuable.
"l'l'.ero were many linrdihli a con
netted with our early cij trlencis
litre, many dlllloultlea to uuuteud
with. The people wire poor and fojd
w ai scarce. Our rations were wvighed
out to us, audi Lelng a growing boy nnd
uhvo hungry, It aa not n i haaant
state of allalra. Crickets i ame Into the
valley ly millions, aud rrequintl)
what uus u glowlug field ol grain at
ni cut would by morning be contend
Into a deiert waste as bareaaono'e
hand. We were lit)) miles from clvlll.
tatloiiouthu eatt whtrufjoj could be
obtained, 1 1 waslluO mllci to our neigh
bora on Iho weit nud they were In a
new com try and had but Utile for aule.
llul, irovidenllally It leemed, gulls
camo aud devoured the eita wnlch
had destroyed our cropr,
"In my olnloii, the loltleraeiitof
tlilaluter-uiountuln region coulJ not
have been made by a (rot le who wore
not ncluated by n roluloui sentiment,
held logetbir by lund of u lacred
character. Uuro lu lelng pontiaod
of that Intenie lellkluui liellug re
mained here during tholr ulreit
extremity when the i.olj lever iwiit
the country, when mlnlitcrs left thtlr
pulilta aud irofiesora and atuileula
tin lr lolleijes and hooka lu aearch of
gold aud the iVclflu toait, which waa
llrl dlaooMrtd by Mormon ploiners.
It waa their religion whhh amialnod
them to aharu what lllllo they had
Willi tach other In lliuea of scarcity
and need. Hut few of our people abau
doned their homes In March of gold.
Thoiu who did I euulJ almoat couul on
in) flugi r.
N hen wn camo hi re thla waa Mexl.
can toll, tt'u raised thu Htara nud
Htrl'ua here and virtually tojk poxei.
sloncf Ihotirrltory In the iiumuof the
United rllstes. I trust the ilajt will
over wove hern and that thla will nl.
wa)abuatitol cur uiat and good
government, nnd that when yuu thini
of us una cur Territory It will l with
Ihefoellug that we are ono with you
aud that our Interests are common.
J Ugliest of all in LacninE Power. latest U.S. Gov't Report
IXwsi Powder
Willi Iho governor and the mayor I
extonil you n sincere welcome and
wlih yoii Uodapecd on your lourney
nnd trust that you may ever enteitilti
Ilewnnl recollections concerning ut
aud your vlttt to Halt Lake.
JU1H1E c. c. e.oomM.s
was called upon to respond to tho
toast of "The Vreai." Thojuilgo was
never In rt happier mood than while
delivering his speech, whloli was
in ail o up of liughablo anecdotes
appropriate figures uf ereh. Tho
powar of tho nu was ono of the
wonderaof tho world. Tmi twoirrtat
evangels of mankind were the perfect
ing preaa and the locomotive. The
former nnd cf coune, was tbe rreater
mlrai le nn I with the telegraph, which
was llsineiseuger, aiconiplnlied many
remarkable things.
HON. JOHN T. I UNH
delivered an Interesting and eloquent
'fetch In rcipomelo tho tout "The
UreatTemple."
SALT LAKI.H1 T1UNICM).
Olen (), Ilolman then oirercil the
following n solutions wlilchwero un
nnlmouily ndopled, af.er which
Iho gathering illspersed, aud the visit
of Iho rrans-MlseliilplI delecatea to
Halt Lake became a i event of tlio put:
Whereas, Tho incmbirs of tho Trana
Mlislsslppl congress who were furtitnalo
eiioiighlo accept Iho hoipltalitliM of thla
city havo beon rojnlly entrrUlnod.
Thcreforo lie It molted that we, tho
meintiers ol the Inlu Trslis-Misslsslnpl
congress, now prcaint, duly oiicnil to
the chamber or commerce, business
men's association the Mormon church
authorities, tho various rallwaya mill
tiaiiiporutlon compsnles.tho l'rena club,
Ihonuthorttloa of iho military ot at
1 nrl Douglns and all otheia whoto hos
pltsllly we ha o onloyed, our thanks for
their kindness ami mention shown us
during uur sojourn In tbls city, and thus
we n Ish tho people of this city, nnd that
the Jllver of all happiness and prosperity
which their energy and whole soulcd
generosity entitles ihcm to.
XELS.UX UP AGAIN'.
This. Tims Ho li lliirgfd Mi
1'crfori.ilng nu Linbtzzlenicnt
Irlik.
M. Marcellua "elion, tho crrntlo
attorney, went before Commissioner
l'ratt yesterday afierroon ou the
charge of embezzlement. The defend,
nnt entcrod n plea of not guilty. Judge
Cherry and Attorney ICroeger con
ducted Iho defense and Aeilitnut
County Attorney JUIchnor appeared
for thn proieoutlon.
Joiopli Nelson, the proiecullng wit
ness, was first examined. IIo stated
that he waa an einpluyu at tbe (Hr
mania Lead Works. He started a JJO,.
UUO suit agalnat the company for
datnagci, aud Nelson A. Condon were
his attorneyr. The tult was begun In
(September, 159:. He met Nelson from
time to time, and as late res February
of the present year, nnd otkud him
how the ault was gelling ou, IS'tltm
each lime re( lied mat It was not jit
flulthed. Iu February he met Con
don, who waa surprised when he asked
hi in about tlio suit, at It Iml been
loltlod lu bovember of fait year. Jlo
Iheu went after Nelion, who put him
off levtral lliuea, and rtt lust tie got
J.C. Coadas attorney and placed tlio
bill lu his hands fur collection. -Set-eon
bdmlttitl owing JSJ Io the witness-.
The defense lougiu to show ou iroto
examination that witness had allowed
Nelson to keep this money lis fen lor
bis icivlcesluu suit to bo brought by
Ihu witness fjr n divorce, hut the
wltneis tald lie diJ not employ the
Uefeudaul.
tt J. t . t o id ai a witness for tho roic
euilonialdhe had repeatedly niked
Melsuuiurtue mouej, but was each
time ut oil by Iho defendant.
J. -M. llldwell, bjokkeepor nt tbe
Uirmaula imelier, was next callej,
He roducod a receipt, end al a can
celeu lliuk, which showed tliut Nelson
hud received J16D ai neettleiuent of the
hboeiiueutloutd tult ou the ISth of
lab! fsuveaiber,
William Condon, ex-law partner of
iNelsuu, stated that there was 151 etue
tu the inieiutlug ultuTOS, und he
thought It had ml been paid over. Thu
aultwaitittledforjlBu, ol which tho
lawyers were to get M, and JJl) was
deducted from tho sharo of tho iroae
cutlng wltueMforuoctors' bills.
Ihe prosecution then closed, with
the understanding that tho defense
woull o eu at 3 p. in. today.
A UTAH HOY WHO WENT WL3T.
Ho Trill a "News" Importer or lilt
Helped for the I coplo Ainotie
Ithoiii He was italinl.
Among Ihe many dlitlugulshed
Callfornlani who wro delegates to tbe
Triiiii-Miiilulppl Cougrsss aud who
vlillid tills city yeiterdsy and depart
el on lait mldnlght'a train for the
toast, waa II. J, Woollaoutt, u Utah
boy, who was born and railed In the
ruiirlceiith ward of this city,
Mr. Woollacott left Halt Isako In
1S7H (he Ibf rmed a Nl ws reirtirat
the banquet at tbe Kuutiford Intt
night) almost without a dollar. IIo
wont dlrtoi to Los Augelei, und by it
atroko of good fortune and na
tive uih and enlirirl-o he made
money rarllly and lolay la vlcc-preil-dent
of the Htito Loan & Trust com
pnny, which has n paid up capltil of
l,OlW,(NH', sn j Is connected with soma
nf tho largest bualnesi onccrns of thn
city.
Although n resident ol the Golden
(late Hlato Mr. Wnollacot llnnka Utah
t. In many respect, without a rival
nud that a groat future nwalti her,
(Irowlmr enthusiastic, Mr. Woollacull
ad "I In ve Utah nnd respect her
people and admlru their thrill and
Industry. Hy thu wiy, speaking of
Industry reminds me" lie said, as he
ilrewaflnu lllhoitrapli business carl
from hla pocko', "Ilia I htvoadoplid
as ii trade mark that rmnlcmof Indui
try.thnhlveof Din-rat." "Hire It It"
ho contlnuud ns ho handed It Io thu
reporter with Iho arppleinontal atnti
inent that ho wni nlwsys prou I to
explain Its significance to tho lurl-our."
ollee In llfstlisen.
The ileamru and health rciort,
llcnk'l Hot Hprlugi, la ono of the
llncit I athlng resorts In the West. Thu
large open-nlr pool la now o en to the
public. Trains run to suit Ihe public.
Vou can get a bath, Ino udlug ruund
trip ticket nnd Iransfor ou the street
cars fjr 40cta. All should avail llu m
selves of this opportunity. Hotel and
reituurant now open. Trains leave
the Uleat Halt Isiaeanil Hot Sprlnsa
Depot every half hour from V a.m. In 8
ii.ni. Mcrchanti, Clerks and bflltu
liauds cau have aniplu tlmu t fco out
aud have a b itli after nuiloeii hours.
Tlie nine nook
The Bocsety I) rectory of Halt Inke
City hai Just been received from tlio
ireis, anil If f"r lalo by tbe Halt Iiike
News Co., 77 Went, gnu Sjutli Street.
Inr Ilia tliisTu. lair.
Hy arrutiiteinent tho ltlo Orande
Western Hallway will run through
ctra from Belt Puke an I other Utah
pi lull dlreot to tho WottMi's lAlli,
pasting through tcenery unrivaled on
any railway In the world, l'legnnt
new Day Lara nnd the tt modern
l'alaco S eepera will bn nsigued to thla
Special Service. No iMbrta will to
stared to mate 3 our trip tothuMorld'a
l'alr a never-to iwforgotten Journey of
luxiirlrui ease an J Pleasure.
Italea via the It. (J. W. will bo ai low
as tho lowest Call st the llckit cfllco
for cony of World's lair Houvenlr, 11
luitrated,
Xteelilsn Amlfsl Dnlrs.
The lttisT Uuvu In the world far
Cubs, llrulnce, Horee, Ulcers, Ball
Itheum, I ever Bore, Tetter, Chipped
Hauda, Cblltlalcs, Corna and all Hkln
t ruptlons, and positively curee Plies,
or no pay required. It It guaranteed It
give perfect utlsfaotlon or money to
landed. VrleeUoenta per box. Hu
tale by A, UUmltn A Co.
Uo I thn l'aclflc l'.cJ Mill. 11 1:.
Third Houth, far all klnda of drain and
Itcll 1 oed.
A.CHraltkA Co.,Urugiliti,aionti
oflteberti' Ueiperlan TjsIj.
(Jet your Atatraels of lltle at the
County llecorder's alike. They are
madedlreolly from the original records.
'a I isrrs
In raying that Hood's Bariaptrllla
cunt, Its proprietors mnke no Idlo or
extravagant claim. Htalomenta from
thousands of reliable jeoplo of what
Hood's Hanapirllla has done for them
conclusively i tove thu fact UUUJJ'd
BarMparlllHCUllIU.
Hood's I'llll act especially upon the
liver, routing It from torpidity to Its
natural duilot, euro constipation aud
ntiiitdlgetlliu. I
Ills orlU-s loir
Will (open May let. The ltlo Orande
Weatern now has iixcurslon tickets on
silo at $71), good until Nov. Ifiih. All
arrangements havo been perfected fjr
the fluent service jet ollered to tlio
Utah public. For particulars call at
ticket elllco. 100 Main HI. HeniLinbcr
thu Bceiilol.lnouf Ihu World.
$70 Chicago nud leturu,
via
ltlo Grande Weitorn.
Tltk.tOlllcng'lUMaln 81.
Bait Lake's bis, new hotel Is Tho
Knutaford. Homelike, eligant, cen
tral and reasonable.
All stookineu whllo lu Halt Lato will
find It to their Interest Io visit the
Union Blockyardi company nud re
ceive thu latest Information ni reranls
I rices in all kinds of live stock, Olllco
room 8, Jennings building, over Utsn
National Hank, corner Main and 1 Irit
Houth, wheru nru also located the
largest buicialu Utoh.
Vlien Hole was sMr, we cote her Caitorla.
YVneu sits was n CbU t, slie erlisl for Cahtorla.
Vila n sho tNeam 51 Ism, sins clung Io Cutorla.
Mlieu situ boJ cijljnu, slis bave tlieoi t ostorU.
1 A MlnUlrr's Hlle Jlurli I'lrnseil
i:ider H. H. l)eaer, of McAllister,
vlllr, JunlattaC'o, l'a., says his wife
la suljeut to cramp In thu stomach,
I.aitiinnmeraliu tried Chnmherlaln'a
Colic, Cholera and Uiarrbcen Itemedy
for it, and was much please I with tho
ipecdy relief Itnflordid, Hheliataluce
used It whenever necessary nnd found
that It never falls. I'or rale by . C.
M, I, Drug department. U ,, s
The only I'ure CrcaU ofTartar I'owdcr. No Ammonia, l,o Alum.
i Used iu Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard
l'roicrlpt ons, Jnlmson.l'rati DitigCo
PnOVO MILLS CLOTH
Will outworn nnythlng In tho
markot.
Wo Mako Mon's suits to Ordor.
Wo nloolirwoautockof Roatly-
inarJo Clothing; on hand.
JOHN C. CUTLEH & UHO.
30 MAIN STREET.
ACCIDENT INSUIIANCC.
TtieAmerlcsn l'mployert' lui. Co.,
II. L. Bheits, (Jeniral Agent. Tele-
thonu 121. Ullloe over American
National Hank.
SYRUP OF UANANA,
tho Croat Fruit Laxatlvo.
D003 not srlpo or nauso-
nto. For salo by nil drug-
Kl sts.
WE MEET ALL COMPETITION
In prlco and workmanship with
our now and choluo Wall
I'apors; Novo &. Child's, 37 to
41 E. 1st South.
ANOTHER CAR LOAD
Of Uodrcom Sultos and othor
furniture Just rocolvotl by Novo
&. Child, 37 to4l C.lat South St.
Slue "llllluis IIuIImss lu liisil.
BlxloU'erceut.
C01WAV A DONNKI hA.V,
8 Room 21), Commercial Hlock.
SYRTjp"bF DANANA,
Naturo's Truo Laxatlvo,
for salo by Godbo-Scirff
DruK Co. and all Drug
Blsts. rinu 1'etfunies.Jorinson.l'ratt DrugCo.
rsisll Ijslie ernvriiiter In
Clcteta and Cessj oola cleaned All
kinds of fccave-igcr work done. Ilox
.03.
Irrrl Ireell I rerl'l
Ileaullful Aorld'a l'alr Houvenlra
for thu I. idler, Handsime Cards freo
for the Children, nt J. I. Uillnoher,
manufacturer of Trunks, Vallscr,
l'ocket bookr, Traveler' Tolltt Cntes,
etc. 107 Main HI., Wasatch building.
THE CELEBRATED
"Gondron"Carrlogo3, ncknowl
odgod to bo tho Dost and
Choapost Daby Cnrrlagos In tho
markot, sold by Novo &. Child,
37 to 41 E. 1st South SI.
I-lunBoa, Johusjii l'ratt Drug Co.
nstl.rcl's Know liniment,
Thla wonderful Liniment li known
from the Atlantic to the rcifl', and
from tbe Isikca to tho Oulf. It Is the
most -enetratlng Liniment In the
world. It will euro llheumatlun,
Neuralgia, Cuts, Bpralus, Hrulsts,
Wounds, OH Horca, Hums, Hclntlca,
BorThrcat,Hore Chest and nil Inllam
luatlon, alter all others have talle.I. It
will cure llarled Wlru Cula and heal
allwounda where proud lleth hat aot
In. Itll equally -indent In nnluiali.
Try It and you will not las without It.
l'rlce SO cents.
bold by Z. C. M. I, drug department.
FlneClgari, Johnson.rralt Drug O).
lUIUIltlllS Itllll. VMS lltll.MAV.
Olllea IJesieriil I'nssesiger Atfelit.
ADU1TIUNAI. Lllll 1 1 1: lltFLIC sruviCK.
Commencing May lit the Colorado
Midland railway will put on and run
dally thereafter additional suburban
trains to accommodate C'ripplu Creek
aud riorlssaut butlucsi, aa lollowi:
WKSTnoCHIt. ( lAllllOLNII.
I v Co a fcoVs s.14 stn f v riorissnnl, 10 41 sm
Ar 1'iTiJe ... D.U am I r Inside II io sn
Ar I lorlssmt, lo UJ mu Utlim l J rk It l su
ItUtxulili'rkllJllsiii
roln N ni, Iuiipis
MrPuello o.3Ui,ti
I r Deuicr-.. 0.U1 pin
This arranccment ttlvea a quick nud
rld ici vice Into aud out uf Cripple
Creek.
Jewelry at bargains. Watch repair
ing n ieclalty, at J. 8. Jentcn, 2- V.
1st Houth.
COOK'S PERFECTION CREAM
for Chappod Hands and
Faco. Tho Most Elogant
preparation known. For
salo by all druizglsta.
Hair Ilrushss, Johuson-I'rattDrug Co.
Fire Insnrance Company or Utah.
8u j "g.agg
Premlumi neoolved Slnco Orflanliatlo
ishh ."."." "" ' In
insii . . . " ;;.'
iiins . . . i.jji n
i-ui . ... !s1I7',
IH0- ' - - J(l1.'m.,'.'.,'i
These Pl0nrts Userrlngiy Ind.'cata
Hebcr J. Grant St. Co.
n ,aE.mEeRAL 0ENTS,I60MAINST. '
n uiiiM, a u, HiiiTsty.
"'e. Asstuinsgr
EASTERN tMONEY TO LOAN
On Salt Lako Roally.
SYRUP OF DANANA.
Porf ootly Puro, Harmloss WL
and Acrooablo. For salo IK
by Codbo-Soarff Drug Co. BE
and all druggists. M
1 or llargnliis in llniga nmntodlclnes
go to Ihe Itmilifiird 1 hnrmncy. Jamta
O'Connor, proprietor.
NUT COAL, S4.dcTPor Ton.
Ellorbock &. Co.
49 o. Tlrst South St.
CARPETS
In tho Latost Doslgns and
Colorings and at bottom prlcoi
nt Novo &. Child's, 37 to 41 E.
1st South St.
Pooplo visiting tho City dur
ing Conforanco will do woll to
call andoxamlno our Immonso
stock of Carpots, Llnoloum, Oil
Cloths and Draporlas, and sat
isfy thomsolvos that wo can
soil choapor than tho choapost,
UTAH CARPET & DRAPERY
COMPANY,
No. 10 W. rirst South Stroot.
Col Inn CillVo Is imiiualej (or
l'urlty and I'lavor, Harlow rhomiaion
tlroeery (Ji
A Hare Care Csr I'lFss.
Itching l'lles are known by molsturs
like periplratlon, causing Inlinio Itch
ing when warm. This fulm as well aa
Hllnd, Illeedlng or l'rolriidlnir, ylelj
nt once to Dr. Hosant-o'a rilollcmedy,
whlohacta directly on alts afiecte-J,
aUorhe tumors, mlaya Itching an lei
fictsa permanent cure 60 els. Dnij
plsui or msll. Clroulars free Lr.
Ilosaiil.o, Philadelphia, l'a. Uollbr
Z. O.U.I. Drug te;t.
Thnnke, Cull nguln' Johnion.l'ratt. I
llet Attlolis.Johison.l'rttt DrugCo. I
Mr. A. Is. Armstroug, nu old drug. H
gilt, and rt prominent cltlien of this H
enterprising town, sajn "1 rell acme
forty dlltirent kinds of cough raedl- m
olues, but nave never In my i..rl-
ence told so much of any one article K
as I have of JlaUariVi Jorcfiouhd B
Syrup. All who use It ssy It is thu
most perfect remedy for Cough, Cold,
Consumption, and nil dlseatos of the
Ihront and Lungs, thej have evir I
tiled." It Is a eeclllo for Croupnnd H
Whooping Cough. It will relieved a I
Cough In one minute. Contalus uu R
nplatts. Hold by V.. C. M. I. Drug
Dei U :t
I Entorprlso Moat Markot, I
I) T I lin.M.llS, lro. '
tlealer in choice mETS I
of ill kinds. I
CHEBIMiHLL. wJ
for Sent.
1IH 1EOOM 1II1K.U NM, KUltMSllEI)
V or nnfurniibrtJ, Lait U tlciloo, wOfr
dlria "J thu uOluj.
THE OLD RELIABLE I
GodbB-Pitts DrUg Co. I
rottlll at the Old Stind, Corner Main and Tint South Stroot!. B
The Lirgett and tlett Stock of Drunt, Chemicals and Patent MEDI
CINES In the Territory. Prlcci Very Moderate Everybody oall and
ce us. H
ti-ieTrincipal I
CAUSES OF DECAY I
In Moats and fruits aro dampnoss and varying torn- H
poraturo, causing tho oxpanslon and contraction of H
tlssuoo, which haston docay; honco a dry atmos- H
phoro and uniform tnmporaturo conduco to tholr IB
prosorvatlon. Tho ALASKA REFRIGERATOR Is KJ
conatructoU on strictly sclontlflo principles, by which Mil
low tomporaturo and dryness of air aro naturally B
and Inovltnbly obtalnod. Tho Alaska havo prosorvod IK
fro3h moats porfoctly for throo wooks In tho hot- Kj
tost woathor. Bm
HIGHEST AWARD I
Economy of Ico. H
H. Dinwoodey Furniture Co. I
we"h Av e"" Moved: I
Como and soo us In our Elogant Now Storo In
'tho McCornlc'c Dlock, 18 W. Tlrst South St., Just Round IBJ
tho Cornor from formor location. MM
Utah Book & Stationery Co. I
Duncan M. McAllister, lVIanageir M

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