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I SALT LAD i JIJAILY HERALIDa l I i I I t I jli1q I r I L i I 1 I
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VOL XV SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 14 1884 7L7L 7 NO 86 7 i I I i
GENERAL NEWS
Jay Eye See Tries Again but
Scores Only 220 12
COURBET GETS HIS ORDERS
The Bread Cliolera right In EgYJlt
Color310 Kopubllcans Kouert
jloo Dead Miscellaneous
Colorado Republicans
DE5V Col September 13At 1
oclock this morning the Republican
State convention took recess until 10
3n reassembling they completed the
ist of nominations as follow3 IT A
finruance Georgetown auditor F F
rtsbeston B F Crow ll F G Gondy
residential electors W C Lathrop
Denver chairman of the State central
ommittee The committee on resolu
tions reported as follows That the Re
publicans of Colorado in convention as
eerabled affirm and approve of the
platform of principles adopted by the
National Republican convention which
nominated for President the orator and
minent statesman of Maine and the
Ulustnous citizensoldier of the republic
for President and VicePresident that
wool interests of the country now
greatly depressed mainly by reduction
If the import duty by the recent act of
Congress ought to be fostered by proper
legislation and to that end we ask that
tb ° e import duty imposed by the act of
1S37 on wools be restored at the earliest
possible day R olClI further that
the southwestern portion of the State is
being devastated by band of roving In
dians and the lives of citizen jeopar
dized we therefore demand our repre
sentative in Congress to use their ut
most endedVOM to secure the removal
southern Ute Indians from the State
The report was adopted and the con
1 tention adjourned site die
Goulds Figures
NEW YanK September 13The fol
lowing was received by a prominent
banking house who e friends are largely
Interested in the Union Pacific and Cen
tral Pacific roads Gentlemsn In
answer to your co munication I would
state that to pay all th2 fixed charges of
taxes to the amount duh the United
States under the Thurman Act that to
j > 3y all the sinking fund charges and to
pay an annual dii enl per cent on
stock requires JoOOOD net per month
Land salej this year to July amount to
142503 acrcJ equal to71tI19iJ
feigned JAY GOULD
The Czar I
T7AS3AW Septeinbar 13 During the
accident to the Czars carriage the other
evening the peoplerecognized the Char
and shouted Long live the King of
Poland iPhe cabmen who rescued the
carriage were arrested but the Czar
subsequently ordered them released and
presented them with 50 roubles
LIVERPOOL September 13The Post
has received news to the effect that a
Nihilist named Staruslam was arrested
on a railway train on hu way to Cracoa
He attempted to commit suicide after
his arrest and confessed
The Sew Balloon Intention
S September 13 Figaro gives an
account of the second
experiment of a
newly invented balloonsteering appara
tus Capt Rinad ascended at Mendon
expecting to go to Champs Elysees He
was able for soinescconds to sail against
a strong breeze but was unable to use
it for the return to Ins starting point
The propeller ceased to revolve and
I after ten minutes he descended to Ver
< tai1Ies
j
The Mesalliance
New Yom September 13Pinker
tons detectives have not yet succeeded
Ji ascertaining the whereabouts of Mr
iforosinis daughter and Schillingalias
Hulskamp the coachman with whom
he eloped At the saloon of Schillings
stepfather it was said today that a
letter had been received from the bride
this morning that she and her husband
would boon return to live in this city
the couple were well and happy
The Arabian Rebels
BIHKIH September 13A fight oc
carred near here between 4200 of Os
fun Dignas rebel forces and 1000
friendly Arab3 under Mahmoud The
latter lost his son and fourteen follow
ers will It is feared that friendly tribes
7r be ddreii to cast their fortunes with
the i
thercbels
unless the government quickly
COnies to their rdief
franco and China
LoNDON September 13A
Pekin dis i
patch to the Time says Tut reply of 1
sung Li Yamen to the French ultima
Urn of July 12th deplores the refusal of I
F1mce uediation accept the American offer of
ubmit and says China is willing to
her case to my of the friendly
Powers
Imports of Specie
EW YORK
September 13The im
ports of species from the port of New
11 York for the week
iOOt70 ended today was
1st of 13703913 making a total since January
against lO9322j5 the
j I 5Ine time last year
Ashore and Afloat
ttJlDON September An American
tigate
name unknown went ashore
iast
ast
ng a evening on rttmb ° rough rocks dur
fog She
> roseca 1 without afterWard assistance floated and
Those Interrogatories
INDIANAPOLIS September 13li the
United States District Court today the
motion to rule the plaintiff tQ answer
interrogatories inthe ElaineSentinel
suit came up before Judge Woods He
stated in advance of the argument that
interrogatories had long been prohibited
in the practice of the court in the
United States Circuit Court hnd while
personally he shouldliketo see the rule
changed lIe would not taKe the liberty
to set it aside at this time However
if with this preliminary statement the
attorneys desired to argue the question
he would listen t > them
Senator Harrison stated that the in
terrogatories would be answered but
when Mr Turpie asked when he de
clined to answer
The argument then proceedc and at
the conclusion Judge Woods declined to
rule on the motion The action of the
judge leaves it optional with Blames
counsel as to answering the interroga
tories
I
Jay Ej e Seo Falls Again
KALVMIZOO lICIt September 13
The day turned out a bad one for the
attempt of Jay Eye See to lower his re
cord and resulted in temporary injury
to the horse necessitating the cmcelling
of succeeding engagements The after
noon was cold and raw with a strong
wind The plan was to trot two slow
heats to warm him up and then one
fast one but after the first warming
heat he had a nervous chill owing to
which he was brought out to complete
the fast mile as soon as possible in order
not to disappoint the expectations of I
the spectators He made the first quar
ter in 31 seconds the half in 103 the
threequarters in 144 and the mile in
220M J1 Case is here in person and
orders all subsequent engagements off
as a matter of prudence tIre horse being
ill Phillas made two heats in 219X
2194
I
The Xoz loco
WASHINGTON September 13At the
last session of Congress a resolution
was passed authorizing the Secretary
of the Interior to return the Nez Percs
Indians now in Indian Territory to
their old home in Idaho and making
an appropriation to defray the expenses
of the removal The department has
been considering the expediency of mak
ingthe removal and a communication
was sent to the agent at the old Nez
lerces reservation in Idaho requesting
his views upon the Subject Today the
following answer was received
Nra PEACES AGENCY Idaho
1 do not consider it advisable to allow
Chief Joseph and those who took part
in the massacre to return I think the
balance could return with safety to
themselves without causing a disturb
ance on the part of the settlers
Tho Transcontinental
NEWYOlf September lSThe Ore
gon Transcontinental company has
submitted to the nominating committee
of the Northern Pacific railroad the fol
lowing names and requested that they
be selected as directors to represent the
O T company in the Northern Pacific
board Elijah Smith N P Hallowell
Frank Work James Higginaon John
H Hall Charles T Colby The trus
tees who hold a voting power upon
183000 shares of the Northern Pacific
are held by the Farmers Loan and I
Trust company as security to decide
what action they may take regarding
the election to the board of the gentle I
men referred to
r
Attached
NEW YORK September 13An at
tachment on the ground of nonresi
dence was granted by the Superior
court against the property of the Den
ver Rio Grande railway in the suit of
Walter Hinchman to recover 11953
the amount of a twelvemonths note
due September 8th 1884 J and not paid
On the Warpath
PARIS September 13Prime Minister
Ferry yesterday after conference with
the secretaries of war and marine tele
graphed Admiral Courbet to resume
operations at once Courbet on re
ceipt of Ferrys dispatch left Maston I
with hiswhole fleet and started north I
J
Chnl m
HOME September 13I the past
twentyfour hours there have teen S72
fresh cases of choleraand 395 deaths in
Naples and 123 fresh cases end 22
deaths in other places in Italy
SUNDAY SERVICES I
ST MARKS CATHKDBAL Holy com
munion 730 n m Sunday school 045 I
a m Morning service with sermon 11
a m Evening prayer and sermon 8 pm
BAPTIST CnuBcn Dr H G DeWitt
pastor Services at 11 a m and 730 p m
Subject at night Marriage Mrs Lil
lian Newcomb of Chicago Ill will sing
at both services Are all welcome
KEOUQANIZED Cnuucn Elder Alex
ander H Smith will preach in Mission
Chapel Second South street at 230 and
730 p m Sunday school at 1 oclock
pm
FOUUTECNTH WARD President George
Q Cannon will preach this evening
Services bejrin at 030 oclock
A SPECIAL A JR 830n Sunday even
ing September 14th at the Twelfth
Ward Assembly Rooms Elder John
Nicliolson will by request deliver an
address Subject The Tennessee Mas
sacre and its Causes
With a view to accommodate who
wish to attend the seating room of the
hall will be largely increased by the in
troduction of chairs
A special and cordial invitation is ex
tended to nonMbrmons as well as
members of the Church
The services will begin promptly at
seen H B CLVWSON
Bishop
I 2 CIGARS 65 centa per box and up
wards at G F Culmer Bros
THE YOUNG ACADEMY
President Youngs Munificent
Intentions
WILL THEY BE CARRIED OUTI I
The Deed Conveying Valuable icce
of Land for Educational
Purposes
There is a beautiful plat of land lying
in a commanding part of the Eighteenth
Ward to which thQ attention of
strangers and speculators alike has often
been directed It contains full lots
Or four hundred square rods of ground
has a frontage on three streets and is
situated immediately north of the resi
dence of Mr Thomas W Jennings
west of Rowland Hall and fiputh
of the Eighteenth ward chapel This
Valuable piece of land wasset apart by
President Young in lS7ij as a sight for
tin academy designed to bear his own
name and intended as an institution in
which religious principles l as well as
those of education should be instilled
into the minds of its pupil His death
which occurred soon after prevented
his pushing the project to completion
and the land has eVer since lain 1 unim
proved waiting for the time when some
one publicspirited enough will come
forward to carry out the intentions of
the illustrious donor The following
deed obtained through courtesy of Mr
D C Young one of the present board
of trustees gives a clear idea i of what
the idea of President Young were with
jetjard tq the methods to be adopted in
Thool of < the nature he proposed to es
tablish
t
This indenture made < the 23th day of
September the year of ouf Lord one
thousand eiht hundred and seventy
six br and between Drigliam Young of
BaIt Lake City Territ ryofUheh party
of the first part and David 0 Calder
George Reynolds Iliranf S Young
Earnest I Young Brigham Young i i Jr
John W Young and Willard Young all
of Salt Lake County in the Territory
aforesaid parties of the second part
Whereas the snid party of the first part
is desirous of endowing institution of
learning at Salt Lake City in the county
aforesaid to be known us the Young
Academv of Salt Lake City and fdr that
purpose lias agreed to deed and cqnvey
the real estate hereinafter describco
the parties of the second part and their
successors as trustees however hold
the same for the use and benefit of the
said academy Now therefore this in
denture witnesseth that the sail party
of the first part in txmsuierjitioii of the
premises and the sum of one dollar to
him in hand paid by the said party of
the second part tIle receipt wnereoi is
hereby acknowledged has granted bar
gained and sold and by these presents
does grant bargain and sell unto the
said pUrties of the second part as joint
tenants and not as tenants in common
and to their successors duly d
in trust however on the terms and con
ditions hereinafter set forth the follow
inp described real property situated in
Salt Lake City Salt Lake County 2nd
Territory of Utah and particularly de
scribed as follows towit Lots one
I two three and four in blockfifteen con
taining four hundred 400 square rods
of ground as plotted in plot D Lake
City survey
To have and to hold the said granted
and described real estate in trust for
the use and benefit of the Young Acad
emy of Salt Lake City situated Salt
Lake City Salt LaKe County and Terri
tory of Utah subject however to the
following conditions and limitations
namely The beneficiaries of this Acad
emy shall members in good standing
in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
day Saints or shall be the children of
such members and the students Who
shall takefull courseshall bctaught
their physical ability will permit some
j Jr
branch mechanism that shall be suit
able to their taste and capacity and all
pupils shall be instructed in reading
penmanship orthography grammar
geography and mathematics together
with such other branches are usually
taught in an academy of learning and
the Old and New Testament the Book
of Mormon and the book Of Doctrine
and Covenants shall be standard text
books and shall be read and their doc
trines inculcated in the academy and
further no booTcshall be used that mis
represents or speaks lightly of the
divine mission or our Savior or of the
Prophet Joseph Smith or in any man
ner advances ideas antagonistic to the
principles of the ospel >
The said trustees shall hold theitofnce
as such during thewill of the party of
the first part his heirs or assigns and
in case of the death resignation or re
moval of either or all of said trustees
then the said party of the first part his
heirs or assigns shall fill the vacancy so
mode and the trustee or trustees so ap
pointed shall onreceiving such appoint
ment be vested with all the rights title
and authority that were used had or
enjoyed by his or their predecessor in
such trust But notwithstanding the
interest being transferred the trustee
or trustees so resigning or being re
moved or the legal representative on
the death of any trustee shall on the
request of the party who is appointed to
succeed him or them make execute and
deliver any and all such deeds as shall
be necessary requisite to vest in his
or their successor or successors all title
interest or claim in said property held
by such resigning removed or dead
trustee by virtue hereof
And the said trustees shall within a
reasonable time after their appointment
and acceptance of this trust meet and
organize as a board by electing a presi
dent secretary and treasurer
They shall then proceed to carry out
the objects of this trust and for that
purpose shall have power to make such
rules regulations and bylaws as they
shall deem proper for the management
and control the property of the insti
tution for the employment of agents
and teachers the regulation of studies
for students therein and the terms on
which they shall be admitted But all
rules regulations and bylaws made
by said trustees shall be subject to the
approval of the said party of the first
part his heirs or assigns and if by him
or them condemned shall never be
enacted again without his or their ex
press consent
And the parties of the second part
have accepted the within described trust
and lierebypromise and agree to carry
out the terms and conditions thereof
In witness whereof the said party of
the first part has hereunto set his hand
and seal the day and year first above
written and the said parties of the sec
ond part have each of them signed and
scaled these present on this
Seal BnioiiAM YOUNG
Seal DAVID 0 CALDER
deal GeORGE REYNOLDS
t Seal HYRUM S YOUNG
I Seal y J E HNEST I YOUNG
Seal BmauAM YOUNG Jr
Seal JOUN W YOUNO
Seal WILLARD YOUSG
Signed sealed and delivered in pres
enceof
D L DANIELS
JAMES JACK
H L WIUTSEY i
TERRITORY r OF UTAH I i
CITY AND COUNTY OF SALT LAKES 3 I
On this twentyeighth day of Septem
ber AD one thousand eight hundred
And seventysix beforeme James Jack
a Notary Public in und for Salt Lake
Lake County Utah Territory duly
elected commissioned and qualified
personally appeared Brigham Young
whpse name is subscribed to the an
nexed instrument as a party thereto
personally known to me to be the same
person Described in and who executed
the said annexed instrument as a party
thereto andduly acknowledged to me
that executed jtlic same freely and
voluntarily and for the uses and pur
pose l therein mentioned
In witness whereof I have
hereunto set my hand and
I suit affixed my notarial seal at
my office In Salt Lake City
U T the day and year in
tide certificate first above
written
JAMES JACK
f Notary Public
Files Oqtober 23 1373 at 10 am
Recorded October 23 1870
i i
TCRRITOET OPUTATI t I
COUNTy 01 SALT LKEr S3
I Angus M Cannon Recorder in and
for sad comity do hereby certify that
the hbove and foregoing is n full true
and correct copy of the above and fore
going instrument as recorded in the
records of 7ny office in Book II K of
Deeds and Transfers pages 1162 1163
and 1164
This the 11th day of April AD 1352
AMQUS M C teor
ssAt l Recorder Salt Lake County
By ISAAC if WADDELL Depaty
Mr D C Young last evening gave a I
IKR D reporter some information ma
p the present status of the Young
Academy of Salt Lake III wa < elected 1
jjaidTie to fill the vacancy caused by
lac death of my brother Ernest Le I
Qrande Youngwas elected on the death
ofD 0 Calder so that organization I
of the board is again complete we have
held frequent meetings particularly I
while Lieut Willard Young was in
the city with a view to form
nfc some plan by which my
fathers wishes could becarried out a
good many donations have been offered
to aid the work but the only one of any
large amount is Lieutenant Youngs of
100 shares of Utah Central stock Al
though depreciated now he de
ferves full credit < for10000 as the stock
was at par when he donated it There
has been some talk of selling out the
ground left by cay father and turning all
proceeds over to the aid of the Young
academies of rProvo and Logan there
hits also been some talk of consolidating
with thc Eighteenth ward who are
erecting a schol of a similar nature to
the one we are thinking of but oo
definite conclusion has yet been
reached
PERSONAL
S 8 JONES the Provo merchant was
among the city arrivals yesterday
BISHOP JOHNSON of Provo was among
the sojourn in the capital yesterday
Dn E P MILIEU t and wife go east
over the Union Pacific tomorrow morn
ing H E MILLER Of Minnie Moore fame
came down from Bellevue yesterday
and is registered at i the Walker House
J E BAMDEBOEB hasjust returned
I
from Tinti ha spates that in his
opinion ibis islhe coming mining dis
irict of the Territory
PETER T TiBBSfinancier of Salt Lake
TjodgelTS Bof L P leaves this morn I
ing via the D It G fpr Toronto as I
delegate to the convention to be held on i
the 23d of September
TnEWALKEB HOUSE oJ register has the
following enky James E White wife
and friend Chicajjo Mr White is
superintendcntoPtheTfiilway mail ser
vice e i
Sm > IFF Jonx A GuoESpncic is an en
thusiastover th eTntia district he says
the mines never looked better and is
particular in his enthusiasm over the
developments in lire Eureka Hill
OWEN PiRitErojrr of Denver repre
senting the Globe Tobacco Company
Detroit Michr paid us a friendly visit
Yesterday leavings ernl samples of
his wares which were duly sampled
and pronounced excellent
0 TiVorn Out
NEW YonKSepteniber 13 General
Butler arrived here from the west to
night He was serenaded atvthe Fifth
Avenue ootcl by a committee of the
county organization othe Peoples
party After delivering ft short address
from the Balcony of the hotel the gen
eral said he was worn outbv travel and
excused himself from making a longer
speech
Kolcrt1 0 Koo Bend
NEW YORK September 18 Robert
JJoe of thmeIIdmi printing press manu
facturing firntaied i a his residence TO
TarrytownJtoKlayr aged 70
FINANCE AND MINING
I
Preparations for the Fall
Trade
WEEKLY ORE AND BULLION II I I
Views at Z C SI Favorable Show
ing 3Ir Jennings Opin
ions Latest from tho
Illnes Local Stocks
A HERALD reporter called at Z C M I
on Friday morning to learn if possible
some of the views entertained in that
mammoth institution of thaoutlook for
the fall and to gain what ideas he might
of the condition of business generally
He was kindly received bySuperintend
ent Eldredge who expressed himself as
willing to give THE HERALD any inform I
ation that lay in his power I
I should like to know said the re i
porter whetheryou are curtailing your
fall purchases this season in anticipa
tion of dull time 1
No not in the least was Mr El
dredges reply Our business has kept
up remarkably well during the dullest
months and it shows now constant
signs of improvement Here said he
picking up a slip of paper that lay on I
the desk before Turn 1 have the report
of our secretary for the month of Au
gust 1831 and for the same month in
1333 The volume of business done in
August was less than 1003 under that
transacted a year ago For the nine
days in September oC this year there is
not a difference of 300 in the same num
ber of days in the same month last year
rfo you see we have little reason to or
der less than we do every fall
How about your semiannual divi
dend 1
dendOh
Oh that will be declared as usual at
the meeting on October 5th We shall
pay 5 per cent for the halt year and
carry besides a fair amount to the re
serve fund At this juncture Mr
Sears Assistant Superintendent of the
institution entered the office and was
drawn by Mr Eldredge into the conver
sation His views were piictically the
bime as those entertained by the Super
intendent The volume of business
may be smaller this fall said Mr
Sears IInol because of any great falling
ohm trade but because prices as a rule
are lower than they were a year ago
The reporter inquired what he thought
01 the grain outlook Well was the
answer the grain product occupies a
cry small position in the list ot our ex
parts The largest sum ever realized in
any year from sending out our surplus
graili was 3000M and that cuts a small
ngura compared to the sum realized
froui our cattle wool and mineral ex
port Mr Sears furthersatd in speak
ing of freights that he thought there
was ery little reason to fear a renewal
of the war of last year and the alarm
borne merchants feel regarding the ac
tion of the railroad magnate in their
meeting on the Jiid instant he
thought was not well grounded
Hon William Jennings was found
greatly annoyed at the item published
by the Wows concerning the withdrawal
ot his firm from business I have re
ceived this morning said he 3000 in
invoices of goods whipped yesterday I
received S 1000 and every mail brings
more We may not order quite so
heavily this fall but it will be for the
reason that we laid in so extensively
last spring under the cheap rate and
for the additional reason that such goods i
as flannels yarns blankets etc which
we used to order east we now manu
facture at home I have no fears for
the fall trade The month of August
with us compared very favorably with
the same monthjast year
linlujr News
The areand bullion received by the
banks in this city for the week ending
SaturdaySeptember 13th were as fol
lows
By Wells Fargo Co
Value
13 Cars Horn Silver 5J00000
42 Bars Ontario 27M53
2 Bars Vienna M Co bullion 316300
Total 3181050
By JcGornirt e Co
Value
13 Cars Hanauer bullion 2143000
2 Cars Wood River ore 40000
Total 2343000
By T R Jones Co
Value
1 Car Daybullion 433571 I
1 Car Baltimore and Victoria 103305
Total 327376
Total shipments for week 11951432
These figures do not include the ship
ments made by Messrs Scott Ander
son of the Mingo Smelter
NOTE Wells Fargo Cos report for
Saturday was not received in time i to bs
iJeal t
included in the above statement
The Last Chance
Mr iJ EBambcrger agent for the
English company now ownin the Last
Chance states that he has cable advices
from London to the effect that sufficient
money will be immediately remitted to
enable him to push the developments
on that property work will therefore be
shortly commenced on a large scale
Thee Eureka Consolidated
This property owned by local parties
adjoins the celebrated Eureka Hill
mine in Tin tic it is considered an excel
lent prospect and several men were put
to work on it while Mr Bamberger was
south
i
The Apex
Latest advices from the mine state
that indications continue in every way
favorable Eleven or twelve men are
kept constantly work Stock sold on
the street last week for lOc jper jshare
An assessment of 6c will shortly be de
linquent
Tho Crescent I i j III t
The last sales of stock were at 150 t
per share The tramway to the mine I 1 r 1
will be finished this week and IBS dro t i
will be sent down at the rate of 150tonSr 1 I 1 I I I
per day A resumption of dividend i 1 f
may be looked for at no distant dafo = j I r
Bed Bird 1L l
Mr S W Smith formerly mnnagor 11 i1
of the Last Chance for Erwin Davis LI 111
1
now operating in Tintic being inter J I
ested in the Ked Bird Mine He reports
indications very favorable for a valuables I I
property i
I 1
The Lead Mlno i I
h
Mr N Trewick came in from Bing I t
ham yesterday and reports work L > I
actively going on at the Lend mine H I 1
Ninety men are now being worked and f 1
the force will shortly be increased to 130 I
Tho Cnresa j If 1
This is thc title to a new property in j I I L I
Tintic owned by BoliveHEoberW oif I j p i f 1
which work vvascommenced during th 1 Jt I
pitsL1wek
past week tJ r
Old Telegraph I i I t t I
Mr G Lavagnino is the new agent of i j
the French Company controlling this
mine and the Lexington at Butte iU 1 I
Hazelgrove and Mullett are still work 1 11
ing the Telegraph under a lease from 4 1 1 1 J
Medhurst j t
Mr Holdcns Flans f i i I
L E Holden owner of thc Old Telo iJlrjl jl I
graph in its palmy clays has returned to Ii i
the Territory lull of mining plans and
I 1 I
projects he is now interested in the Jim i i t i
Lfiske group atOphir and has just ro I II V I
turned from an inspection of thoso II I
properties He said to a HR1 re l t
porter on Thursday I shall do noth ql
ing immediate with the Old Jordan and 1
sjouth Galena though all that either i II 1
wants is a little pushing I have come I 11
out principally to turn my attention to I j
the Lucky Boy in which we have an I di I
immense body of low gradeore lexpect tif 1 I I
to start a large fore to work very soon f I 1
and it may be we a hall construct exten lU d I
sive works at the mine That however 1 < 1
will be decided later I I
Queen thoHills
The mine belonging to the Bellevue I J
Idaho company ia the Golcondu on i ii I
which Judge Hunter JT LynchBoyd flt I
Park J 0 Conklcn Charles Popper 1 J I
JudgeEmersonand VHorn are building f
their hopes ninete ntbs of the 125000 k I
shares is held by the ac gentlemen and i r 110
it really looks as ill their highest an I f 1 if jt
ticipations would realized The con t 1
centrating works h itcty finished at a I I
cost of 20000 will be started up to I
morrow on ore that nSS1YS 79 per cent I I pI II d i
lead and from 123 to Iii7 ounces sit 4 1 di
ver A car load of orcper day will ba I PI
shipped either to 0 media or the Bait lll IJ
Lake market Stoc in this company I I I I E
runs at 5115 bid l15 asked 1
ZIouU on 1r il I
sold during the wdefc at 1f > > per i ff I
share II I tl
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recorded in New V orkrat 2CO here j I H < 1
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at 250 11 I
SPECIAL NOTICES IT 11
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T OST ON THE MORNING OV SEPTEU 1
Jj bet flUe a small I Shepherd Pup He eh1 t I
turn to Paciflc Express fl l Dice and get reward I 1
TN IMMIGRATION 0 ANYON A SHALL 1 HII I I
I sorrel Horse stripe inJjce branded two jJ t f J
half s mares ou left thIgh t waihobbled when rlr I J
lost A suitable reward will be paid for the I fL t
delivery of same to Ferg oanns sUblea i 11f j I
PIANO LESSONS jI
rR T RADCLIPFE TEACHER OP MU
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MB gPJI
itJ sic will remove to First South street I
second door east of St Mart echurch next
week Ogden visited Wednesdaya and Saturdays
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turdays Vacancies for three llillIld
WANTED
TjUFTEEN QUARRYMEN TO QUARRY
J limestone C ill on Tiite < fcQwen ono I
i block north of Tannery In Nineteenth ward 4
REMOVED
I OROFESSOR A ANDRE LANGUAGES
PROFESSOR to 43 E Second South street I
ro Bos 200
flANIEL GREENIG JHAS REUOYJED f6
DANIEL South street opposite the Meth
odist Church where he win pleased to ac
comodate his old friends nil new ones too
with board and lodging Day boarders with
out rooms can here find i isi clasa table i
board i
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FOR SALE r4
nHEAP FOR CASH AN ESCHR8IOH
O Wagon HofCii and Harness orwril ex 1 i
clianse for a City Lot Enquire at zn 9 4
MaIn street
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FINE LOT OF EASTERN DUCKS f t
A thoroughbred dud graded Merino Will 1 t
be here September 20th Cheap for cash e t
i Jf 7Jof
NAYLOR SOW M
T SHALL BE IN SALT LAKE CITY ABOUT jT
I l5tEovrf ifiElcl J
JL the 15th of August with a large and su
perior tot of Spanish Merino bucks also a Ii
cross of the French Bad Spanish California g
r ilsed which I will sell re isombly 3fI 4
JOHN MUNSSN j th
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DENTIST
TENTIST J B KBY30B LATELY CON e
DE nected with Dr J R Van Aukln his re
moved to TIlE HSCItoNew Building where
he U prepared to do all kinds of Dental work
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T1NTISf FCNICHOLS OFFICE 0
DE posite Walker hIvuse over Seabury
Johnsons drug store AnestheUC Chcn
Telephone in office
E R CLUTE
ENERAL TRANSFER AGENT TO AND
GE from all depots experienced drayman
satisfaction guaranteed Stand Jennings b s
Sons and Reolngtsu Johnson 4b Co
B R CLDTK
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BROKERS N
T EOKEKS DIE rSUANN < t CO OFFICE
JL > in No itol Union Block Main street oi
pestle I the Overland House first floor room s
> fo 2 Loans mida on jewelry I dJaraona and
watches etc Kstlroad tickets bought anu
sold unredeemeO Pledges noldat wylovc
earrl g
rates Business ttrfctlr gg 1 iOTTI0
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