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I i OTE SALT LAKE HERALD SUNDAY JUKE 15 1890SIXTEEN PAGES
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I rHE HREALiD
SALT JAKE CITY tAIL
Jnne 15 1S3
I ScAT Jue
s In tiJs column Wcentsper
Dcceutb tcbertioa
LOCAL MD OTHER BRIEFS
LU 1 433 SUerIl
pjiosrEKnoss a delicious beverage
GRAND dinner at the Saddle Rock today
Sl at
for
homemade soap
Tnirerrtsrs of
Bare Lewis 6Cos
TVEITJS FAltco l C shipped yesterday
Bullion I5
ulon
Timor style of Estey organ t select from
ut Coalter 6 SnelgroTOs
Ot I baby carriage Afghans ore i the car
ret Iapartuicat Z C M 1
McConxiCK 6 C received yesterday
silver aid lead ores 811SO
1us cfl l at Hnrdy Young Cos and see
Ifci me line slippers cheap
DON ui in notice the advertisement of
cheap real citato in Cache valley
FIVE per cent interest on savings at the
trtato Bout or Ctah tocpounded qvarttrly
The JatrrJfotiiiicJiiMining is the latest
Salt cess LaUc publication I ulds lair to bu a suc
cessThe
The Salt Lake Stock Erdiange Journal is
doji couil work in tIe Interest of the e
change
CuniiEii Bros enamel mixed paint Is war
raj led loOn than any compound of lead
and oil alone
PAUK CITY will rnd IE n bIg Cclcsation to
the Tourwi of j uly celebration la Salt Laie
TnEJtrnre loessoje at the VVcncrn union
Mice for Dr G K jehl Dr I I Cohn and F
li bcarlce
HlLDfiijana excursion to Logan on tie 18th I
Is the HiLt of the season and will doubtless
draw a ing crowd I
CnKAF railway rates viil aflow roan ci the
hardy niners of Jllngham to spend the Fourth
oi July in Salt Lake
T n JOKES CO rcLCved yesterday load
and Silver ore ta r > SAi selected led t
IITU Total fri4Si
JOSEPH ArroiXJCC ycrterday completed a
t tern sf whtecn mouths for priad larceny and
was reicuicii rroia the penitentiary
CONOJSiEinB pronounce our cream soda the
richest ucu most ccliolous in tow Try it
Johnson 1ralt l Co 43 Main str = et
TIc marriBse license of George E Cody and
Ldu K bleat or Lath oT this city was fed
Itli tlio clerk of tht probate court yeSterday
I DIKWOODEY Is located in Colflers music
Etorentha number of cars of nsw iiiruture
rclrlgcritoro baby carriages and car L
BOY yoUr rclrifjerjtors from the Coop fur
Elturo companj They Jcctp the beat m tho
inurlci A load from which to select
WonhixGMjw attention The only stylish
nil solid worKUii shoe for fcl75 1 worth fcA at
Srecncr l KlmbaUa Kvcry pair war
ALL the trout streams within thirty miles of
Sait Late will t > B whipped into loam today
The big rush is t the Weber Parley and
a = t Cs on crcclc
Jon help wanted situations wanted rents I
lormle lost found etc see THE HERALUS
specIal column Inside ag Employment ad
vertisements free
Z 011 L announce another bargain sale
this time 01 special interest to thc gentlemen
Suitingb and punts patterns at actual cost
See their advertisement this morning
MIU LAMBS midsummer clearance sale
Durinr the present week commencing Monday
June Its over three hundred trimmed hats i
toques and bonnets French llowers and gauzes
111 be sold below cst oCt00 Main street
Oust mantle department will be stocked with
a new line for Mondays trade Those wanting
them must como quickly Utah Store ana
Hardware company corner Commercial and
First South streets
JUDGE POWER estimates that the vote i the
city and county In August will be very heavy
lie says the county registration will be 9003 and
the city bDOT and that a big majority of those
numbers will show up at the polis
WILt gclng home on Friday night a gentle
man was stopped on he corner of Fourth South
ard Third inst by two hard looking ourt men For
tunately the pedestrian had his gun in his
hand and when ho flashed it in the mans faces
they gut stood not upon tho order of their going but
GEXTR P MORn oUbe Salt Lako station
of the Union Pacific and Chief Cleric AVosten
m > 4 a frc5 > aioe 2nd Sasuel W KltervrliS
iave been connected with the Union PacISc for
many years past have tendered their resign
tioBs to take place July lbt Other changes
a lookoa for
SOIGEAKX FrrziiAtnucE of the signal ser
Tire onc reports the temperature yesterday
as follows At 1 amSctt L1e city 5
Helena 48 For Cster Wi Fort Washable
40 Kavlins 45 At 1 am Salt Lake city
G Ogden CA Stockton IB Blngnam bs i
Park City 5 Provo 08 Alt 45 Lau 51
THOMAS Aiisop who was recently arrested
on the charge of aaultery und unlswrul cohabita
tion and was released upon furnishing bonds in
too uu of W 0 VdS yesterday surrendered by
aMrIiuuoa one oz his bwidsmsn His other
surety Mrs Speiry and her husband Bishop
Spersy went upon a new bond and the defend
ant was rc ased
NOTHING has been done in the matter of the
proposed new building on tho council house cor
ner The new owners of the ground were ncro
tiatngwith James Watts of the temple bar
ber shop and Peter Elliot for their leases but
nothing came oUt James Watts have since
put in 1lO improvements on their property
which i looks as if the proposed purchase were
not sm lnugn
ALL lovers of freedom in the First district
and especially the Democratic voters therein
ate requested t meet tomorrow evening at 8
oclock at the district school house for the atl
f > ose of organizing a Democratic club Opposi
tion to Republican oisfranchlsement must be
the Democratic slogan i the ensuing campaign
Colonel Thomas II OBrien will campalg
g l g organize the
club and deliver an address By order of the
Democratic executive committee
ABOUT two hundred couples including the
Alumni the Deseret university and a host ot
their friends spent Thursday evening at Gar
Held Beach enjoying themselves In the mazy
dance The night was perfect and the strains
from Olsons excellent orchestra floated melod
iously over the rippling water and through the
ambient air A well selected programme or
dances was gone through and the party re
turned home in the first hours of the pary day ro
TIE remains of the sheepherder discovered I
In Coons ca on abnut eighteen miles from I
Taylorsville a full account of which appeared
apperd
exclusively in THE HEUALD of ycstcrdav have
ben burled in the cemetery at te ctera lat l place
Jurist Webster before whom th < > teirieu was
held has the effects or Ue Oct5O in his 01
enssion and they rnnv he impeded by thoo
who may wish so to do They cotmM of the
boots and coat aiazor aymall picso of his i
It shirt and a small bottle of Lar oil I
YESTERDAY afternoon n bar in the rear or
James Ilogels icsidencc on > ourth East street
cau nt sre from a bonilre which stret Wo
lifted near It amt in a short turo the
structure ra i flames After trying in vain
1o cxtlnjrti the flames t buckets of al
nfl alarm was sent in and tho firemen were soon
on the ground After the hose was attached to
the hydrant it was found tched
hydant i that there was no
water and tcr was another delay while water
W8 bcingobtalned The lire was then beyond
control and the barn was
bar destroyed the lois
amounting to abu1 fXi ed
LAS clnn a boy aed Slel was riding
1 up the lrh on llrseblck when th anm31
bolted ant san into a buggy 1n whIch Mrs Pick
lr
erlg und her baby and another lady wove rid
lug Tl > buggy was upset and tho occupants
throvn xinjcaUy out Oniccr OCUpant
mounted police witnessed the accident rdras
culrkK oa tlC Scene and be was jolnei by Mr
Psdletoi i vats found that the baby was
yT err p ly Injured about the head while
hO1 < th liiiics end the boy were head ble
Te piTfies were conveyed to Mr PenJif mrl
ho isc w ire thefr injunes were ationdca to
end later they were taken to their tendea
SALT IXKE TI1EATRS
Mr Haltoa artist at Uio
artt te theatre exe
cutes orders for scenery for thcatresetc ee
Veteran Firemen Attention I There will
be a special meeting Monday evening
Juno IGth at 7f0 A full
attendance is
IGt ful re <
transacted quested as business of importance is t be
R H HAHDT Secy
ALL ARE SATISFIED
A SATl IDI
Soda Water
Ice Cream Soda I
Soda Lemonades
Clam Juice and Soda
The largest and best drinks in the city
Also vichy water Kissengen Hunyado
Soda Springs and tot beer at
CnisiioxScAKFr Co
Prescription Brugeists
50 E First Sou th St
For bathing hats caps and stockines co
t Noble Wood Co hiS Main stet
FOK 52250
You can get a scats suit inado to order
ii Jrom our celebrated homemade cassimero
at JOHN C CUTLEB Ban csicc
First South street i
ONE HALF Oil WHOLE INTEREST FOR SALE
CHEAP
In good mining claim ia the centre of min
eral belt and adjoining other mines that
have produced millions Owner has had
Address Business Herald reverses and is compelled to sell
WHITE HOD E
corner cf Main and Second South Most
central location of any hotel in the city
Opposite postofllce Union ticket and Pull
man educe in the hotel Newly remodeled
and furnished Table
throughout unsur
passed Electric light bells and all mod
ern conveniences Terms 5200 t 5 per
day H L HAIIL Proprietor
CLIT HOUSE
Located Cor Main and Third South Streets
The Clift is the best t per day house
west of Chicago Rooms large cool and
airy new and handsome furniture electric
lights and all the latest conveniences am
accessories Dining hal spacious and per
ject in its appointment Table firstclass
Rooms n > aj be secured by telegraph
4 AXDUSW C MullEN Li Buo Props
sumac suiktiii iiE SJU1
A Location and SurronmlliiKS ArtmlrabI
Atlaiied to Family and Individual
llccreutlau
The above resort rclcrcnco to the incor
poration M whichwis recently made in the I
public press is situated in tUo southwest
era part of Parleys park on u wooded ant
iitrcauvtbVcadcd paau nvcriLiing the I
northern mid eastfrn villas
It has I all tho advantages of Brighton or I I
the head of the Weber ut thJ ame time I
I
being but twenty four miles from Silt
Lake and six miles from Park City and is II I
easily accessible by ivil and tenet I
To enumerate oil failures that might be
called advantages wmll absorb space but I I
to those who contemplate a sumimr vaei
tloi in quest ol family tied individual
health the following points regarding the
Scenic Resort nay be mentioned
It has an altitude of over O1 feet
hence the humidity and coolness of the at t
ospbtivsis a surd
It is within cue hours run of Salt Lake
by train and within three hours by team
Tidies will run to and from it every even
ing nod moniinjr
It has groves of native trees both quak
ing asp ifhd cotton wwd
Good roads abound in its vicinity
barns and pastures exist for horses hence
patrons may keep teams
Park City witn its novel mines and ma
I chinery ore reducing mills and numerous
other interesting features and the scenes
of the Weber river can be visited in an
hours drive at any time
Snyderville an Alpine village whero
fresh butter milk and eegs can be had and
where a supply store is kept is near by
A trout stream Eust caflon crook Hanks
its eastern border and when the law por
t nuts fishing may be enjoyed
Lots in this resort sell for what rents
I cost in others besides i has as above I
noted a superior climate and is owned by
homo people
The ground is of such texture that a tent
or summer cottage may be used with equal
facility
For terms either to rent orbuy apply to I
AViicken Salmon agents W E First
Sooth street or to the president or any of
the directors of the company
Fine suitings of all descriptions Gco
W Engclhardt 70 W Second South
For bathing hats caps and stockings go I
to Noble Wood Co 15 Main street K
Tho Western Shoe and Dry Goods Co l
the bon ton shopping place for ladies
DUSTERS 1 DUSTERS DUSTERS
Pongeo silk flannel mohair and linen
dusters single and double breasted
BAbTTruuv McR Co
143 Main street
KIMBALL PARK HOUSE
The Finest and Coolest Mountain Summer
Resort About to bo Opened
This delightful place situated in Par
leys Park will bo opened and ready for
guests June 15 No better place can be
found to spend the sumner months Child
ren grow strong amid tho tall green hay
and lades and gentlemen rest and enjoy
themselves by retching fish in the beautiful
crystal stream which passes its very doors
The little Utah Central runs within a few
minutes walk of tho hotel A good store
for accommodation of parties going farther
into tho mountains For terms etc tele
phone or address O youngPark City
UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM MOUNTAIN DIV
ISION
On and after May 20th 1800 Garfield
Beach trains will run as follows
LEAVE AnRI LEAVE ARRVE
SALT LAKE GAUFIELD GAUFET SATLK
S10a m 925 a m 1130 am 1215 pm
1015 a m 1100 a m 2CO p m 343 p m
lopm 143 pm 310 pm 4pm
215 pm 330 pm 5lpm 555 p m
510 p m 555 p m 7ffOipm 310 pm
030 pm 715pm 930 pm 1015 pm
Sunday excepted
Tickets for sale at Union ticket office
S W ECOLES G F and P A
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Highest of all in Leavening PowerU S Govt Report Aug 17 1889
pov7t1 Ban
ti = z Powder 1
ABSOLUTELY PURE
RACES RACES
Programme of f Races Tomorrow
J
ONDA Y9 JUNE le
Four Good Speed Contests Some of the Best Horses in the Country
First Race227 Trot Second Race235 Pacing
Ottoo Elder XvuCcifiU
rcLx11z F i16Y 1t
IWCClX3Cl iCp1e10x tti Iby
F1orece R l Lyc 11cx
Levis 49 Be xi larlsoC
The only official pools sold at the Walker House each evening
Races will continue daily through the week
Excellent programme every day
Third RaceRunning One Mile Dash Fourth RaceRunning Half Mile Dash
S pot1etol Last BJy DtCS xa
I4W Car1is1e GrecI Pevitt
JO IOpc 16 eV
Jixxx Ivlolc
Come and see them Races commence at 230 p m sharp
Admission including Grand Stand 100
I
AFFIDA VIT
SALT LAKE CITY May 15 1890
We the undersigned being duly sworn on oath
depose and say that there were printed during the
week ending Saturday May 17 1890 TEN THOUSAND
SEVEN HUNDRED AND FIFTYTWO Copies of the
SemiWeekly Herald that the same were mailed and
distributed to actual subscribers and that the regular
circulation of the SemiWeekly Heralds now over
I Ten Thousand Seven Hundred copies per week
ALFRED H CAINE Chief Clerk
v
GEO W OGLESBY Mailing Clerk
OSWALD H PATCHEL Pressman 7
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 17th day
of May A D 1890
THOMAS W SLOAN
Notary Public A
NO PAPER IN THE WEST
Circulates so widely or is read
so closely in the homes of r
the country people as the
SALT LAKE
ISEMIWEEKLY HERALD
Advertising Rates on Application Special
Terms to Advertisers in the Daily and Sunday
Editions of THE HERALD
WE ARE THE PIONEERS
And arc now In operation and ready to receive
your orders Patronize a Home Industry
SALT LAKE LITHOGRAPHING
AND PUBLISHING COMPANY
Lithographers Blanfcboofc Mates Printers and General Stationers
Elegant Work at Reasonable Prices
H H VA2C OXrfXE JVIcutacifirer
No U W First South Street
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illS FIGER IN THE PIE I
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Judge Rosliorongh Given a Fat
Situation
Siuation II I I
SENT TO THE REFORM SCHOOL
Three Cases Where Carriage has Proven a
FailuicThe Jatlery Case Taken UnSS
der Advisement
The territorial supreme court has made
another order in the church csse in regard
to the handling of the church property
new in the bands of the receiver The
Orer was filed yesterday and is as follows
In the supreme court of the territory of
Utah
United States vs Church of Jesus Christ
of latterday
Saints ct al
l is ordered by the court that the re
ceiver herein make a full and complete
reprto to this court showing by particular
uescnption whatsoever real estate has
canto into his hands as refiver and when
What has been uone with it wMlo in his
possession to whom i has bcrn rented
and thou w5nt 1rms nnil 11 fill stntp
met of tho moneys received from said
real estate fcnd all deeds u > oei ts con
tract and other papers relating t the
same alao that thj receiver maLta a fall
ana detailed statement of all itouoys that
have como into hIs hands a receiver
and tbo date of receiving the same
from what source the raid inrscys have
been derived and if receive t in compro
mise from what persons and for what
property the same was received statins
Tche fun terms of the compromise and all
contracts receipts and other jiaj Ta relat
ing to the saniL alo where and with whom
the BsJ < l moneys hare been and are now de
posiuid und w hat i aity interest has been
derived from i aso what credits on ac
count of it from said moneys and if saia
money or any met of it has been used by
him or other person or persons a1o that
the said icccivcr report all personal prep
Cry of whatever description he has ever
laid or nov has in his possession as re I
ceiver and what compromises i any have I
been made with respect to It und the
terms thereof whatsoever moneys have
been derived from the same when re
ceived and where nol deposited where
said personal property now is and in
whose imiaediatj possession and the
mnount tf it also that the said receiver
l
reiver iport whether or net he has
klowJ edge of or reason to suppose that
there is any other property belonging t
the late corporation that ho has not taken
possession of or attempted to take posses
sion of and i not why Also the present
situation of each and every suit that he
has begun a receiver whatever has been
done in
said suits and the rrcsent status
of said suits Also all contracts of compro I
mise or otherwise with respect to any of I
sad property money or suits and all re
ceipts or other papers and that in nil cases
he lilo vouchers with such accounts where
the same had been taken and I none why
vouchers in writing were not taken And
that said receiver file his report on or bo
fciv the tbs lth day of July next
And it is further decreed by the
cOurt that Joseph Iloseborough be and
he is hereby appointed a special
examiner and commissioner of the court in
said i cause to examine said report of said
receiver and all reports by him made as
such receiver and all vouchers contracts
transactions actings and doings relating t
his duties us receiver herein and for such
purpose he is i hereby authorized and em
powered to examine said receiver under I
oath and such witnesses as he may deem
necessary in making such investigation
ana he is hereby ordered t make a full re
port to this court of his conclusions of fact
and law relating thereto and also the evi
dence ten by him
And for the purposes aforesaid the said
reports of said receiver made and to be
made when filed and all matters relating
thereto are hereby referred to said exam
l inpr and commissioner And it is further
ordered by the court that said examiner
I and commissioner when he shall have com
pleted his examination ana investigation as
aforesaid report to this court as aforesaid
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Srnt to the Reform School
Mary Krouse the fourteenyearold gr
who has a mania for obtaining goods at
stores under false pretenses was before
Judge Anderson yesterday morning upon
an application from Judge Laney t have
her committed to the reform school Wil
liam Krouse the girls father testified that
she was Incorregable and thought that the
best thing tnat could be done with the way
ward girl was 19 send her to the reform
school Judge Anderson took the same view
of the case and the girl was taken up
to Ogden last evening
The divorce suit of Nellie Watson vs
Samuel Watson was take up and a divorce
the of desertion
was granted upon grounds
the defendant being in default
TilE POLICEMAN BATTERY CASE
Jndcde Laney Will Sleep on Kaughtj
KatieOther Business
The trial of Thomas Smith on the charge
of resisting an officer was concluded in
the pohco court yecterday This is the
case in which i is claimed that Officers
Glenn and Birkner are said to have ter
ri thy l clubbed the prisoner when they
were arresting him for drunkenness
On Fnuay the officers testified that Smith
was drunK and that they did not strike
him until he commenced striking and kick
ing them Yesteiday the defendant tcsti
lied that ho was not drunk at the time of I
bis arrest and resisted because the officers
wero acting illegally
F V Brennnn the barkeeper at the
saloon where Smitu was arrested testified
that the later had been drinking but he
did not think nCTwas drunk
The court took tho case under advise
ment
Katie Christen charged with
lsonJ stealing
a watch from Mrs Formarr was adjudge
not guilty
The ii drunks were Thomas Leonard
John KjnJ John Connors Frank Smith
Jack Stevens John Carlson and L > F
Dennis
William Watson James Wilson and
Edwin drunkenness Smith were fined 10 each for
MARRIAGE WAS A FAILURE I
Three Bonds Severed The Rock Company Case
Taken Under Advisement
Tho bonds ot matrimony existing be
tween three couples with horn marriage
bad proved a failurewcro severed by Judge
Zans yesterday The first case was that of
Lillio Reynolds vs Charles E Kcvnolds 1 I
The defendant failed to appear and a de
cree of divorce was granted on tho ground
of desertion I
The second was the suit of Alorzo Groes
beck vs Harriet Grocsbcck in which a de
cree was granted upon tto saute ground
The next case was that of Mary E
Roberts vs Henry R Roberts and in this
the defendant was on hand The plaiatilt
testified that her husband had abandon
her and the defendant then went upon the
stand and stated that he did not wish to
make any defense The decree was
granted
The case of tho United States vs tho
Salt Lake 5 Fort Douglas railway com
pany was submitted and taken under ad
visement
The suit of Jcsse J Murphy I vs Pre
ciiia Murphy was set for June lil I
The United States attorney was alo ed
O for special attorneys fees in the cases
of the United States vs James L Smith
and the People vs T S Bariow
The case of Caroline Whitine vs Amelia
Oakden was continued until June 21
In the suit of John ID gram vs Adolph
Ilerkamer ct a1 the plaintiff was allowed
to amend the complaint
J H Hinman vs J R Nichols set for
July 10
WilaI Yaley et at vs William Car
roll motion t reinstate appeal submitted
W L Pickard vs William Bills et al
motion t tax costs submitted
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The case of R W Young etnl vs Louis I
Cohn ct a1 was set for Saturday next
Rachel Williams vs J T Glltner so
forJune 21
J 1 Thompson vs Alfred White et al
I demurrer argued nhd submitted
Rock Springs Coal company vs Salt
I Lake Sanitarium association 8ettlement of
I statement set for Saturday next
I Elizabeth Lcggitt vs Louisa E R Leg
gitt et aL by consent A J Burt ap
pointed referee to sell property
H F Thorup a gardener who resides in
the Twentieth ward was sometime ago
convicted of unlawful cohabitation
and his sentence was set for
yesterday The defendant was on
band but Mr Varian said that Mr
Thorups wife had called upon him and
I stated that they were in very poor circum
stances and it would work great hardship
upon his family if the defendant should be
1 sent to the penitentiary at once He thero
for asked that sentence be postponed until
I the first day of the September term and
the motion was granted
PERSONAL MENTION
A IIAKATJER has gone to San Francisco
CJIAULES BURNs came own from Bountiful
yesterday
CAITAIN I un PRECIS of Eureka Tintic Is
at the White house
AMONG the throng on our streets yesterday
was George Proctor of Union
PRESIDENT S S SMITH of Manassa Colo
r o t i town and reports that the crops in
that Hon part of the country are in nrstclasb condi
CAPTAIN JOhN CODMAN arrived from New I
York on Saturday en route for his summer
home rt Soda Sprincs
N ROUIUTSOK of Koberton h Dall carriage
manufacturers of Denver CoL is at toe Cul
len hit was a partner of Mr Sebrcij win bold s
out to the Grant Brothers
RALPH GOLDKKRG a brother of L Goldberg
has returned to Salt Lake from Seattle here
he has been for home time past and will probes
lly make this city his pcrmamcnt home in the
future
REv TnrouoiiE C WIMOAMS of 1 Soul
Unitarian church Nevr York Is ut the Walker
accompanied by His wife They will spend the
day in Salt Lake and on Won JIT leave for Sat
Frnnfisie i vhcnc3 they sail fir Japan whither i
Williams hoes in taeintt rest of the Unites
nan CCbSfUl missions wInch are said to be very sue
K A CUMES of Wampler Co starts to
nigh m company with a Pennsylvania oil ex
pert to prospect air oil not ISj miles from this
toerme ls e11
city A ilrlll v ill be started and If oil f not
struck at a Josser depth they will sink 5000
feet As oil and water now flow from a crev
ice in the rock where they expect to strike oil
it is > likely thai their soarcii will prove success
ful Stock ixcAniye Journal
AT THU HOTELS
THE CLIFT L H Boyd Hays City Kas J I
R Alter M V Powers Grand Island M T
ackson Ogden T Palmer Nebraska J
ouek Clnn L A Harmon M J AVllllams
icmoiit Nub W B Wilson Columbia Tenn
J S Doin New York D T Voldu Chicago
C i M Shannon Henderson Ky i C T ClugRate
Mrs Dutton Miss Dutton La Grange Ind
Tom iV Winder and wife Warsaw ind A
llraug wifetind sons Canton Ohio W Paul
O den V S Torrins Thomas Downey Robert
Henderson Detroit William OLeary Mon
tana CS Pnnwell Chalhs Id
THE CONTINCSTAI Fisher Philadelphia
C E Arken Colorado Springs J Black
0 DB Smith SL Joseph Mo Mrs I C
ewball MissNewball Lynn Mass D W
Johnson and wife Denver MM E J Taylor
Miss d G Taylor Newa1k N J P E Smith
i and wife Chamberlain Mass Mrs H E
Way Pennsylvania Mrs S H Uigbee Salem
Slats R 1 Buchanan Miss A l Movah
Hamilton Ont l W Jay Kansas City Mo
ohn Moron Miss E A Morton Mr S W
Oakley T W Campbell Brooklyn C S
Brooks Boston H l Jel Chicago Mrs E
G Hart Provo G F Brown Jersey City N
J George E Klrkiaan Wilmington Del S
Samuels Cincinnati 0 D O Shaud San
Francisco F V Tacller Denver W J B
Walker Sandy J W Moffatt Denvea S T
Davis Omaha A I Bemis BinRham M C
Vincent Londod J O M Allen and wife St
Louis William Reid Omaha J HDroste St
Luis J W Bridges O Adams Grahd June
ton C A Richardson San Franc c E C
Puffer R H Craugh H S Grave Milwaukee
S T Rountree Denver J P Carpenter St
LouisA B Megrue Denver
TiE VAUrv S F Crane San Francisco
TM Coyle Boston Miss T Criscoll and fam
ly Nevada G J Leown Ouray Colo A E
BaRsy Falrpluy Ab C M Lurney Wyoming
T Edmonds Park City W W Webb San
Francisco F A Memlnan Denver Colo T
Bristlow Snn Francisco J W Wilson and
wife J W Young Leavenworth AW Stabbs
Cheyenne Wyo C C Brown Ogden H S
51e Soda Springs Idaho W S Work
man Kansas City T 1 Gardener Rock
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PARK CITY PICKINGS
PICKINGSI I
The Successful School Year of
the Park Academy I
I
TH ST LUKES GUILD SOCIAL I
The County Liberal Committee Ore and Bul
lion Shipments Hallway ItemsGeneral
News Notes of the Camp
The Park academy finished a successful
school year on Friday last and on Monday
evening held its closing exercises in the I i
Congregational church An appreciative I
and enthusiastic audience greeted the
children and all enjoyed the en
tertainment The following is the pro
jramme
Opening song Summer Days Are Coming
Comlngchol
Address of WelcomcAlre MuUiall
Recitations
Good Luck Ray Briggs
Two Dolls Mary Hancock
Little by LittleArthur Trcscott
The Country and CityWalter Marin
A Little Boys TroublesHthtie Phillips
SongTlie Smith School
Recitation
Our Lives Willie Glass
Uur Island Home Hthcl Brown
Corns1 Fred Grace
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nc uu em sits LOVCU one bleep iiaie elate
low Girls Study Uoy White
Smgrhe Wind Whisper LowSchool
citations
Give us Men Sammlo Howclls
A Little Brother Lucy Brazier
Cranks Guy Kooinon
The Soldiers icbusturcdOutBessie Glass
What Men Fight For Ernest CoOk
The Silver Cup Klla Burlin
The Workingmen Robert Finnstono
Song The Evening SongMiaaie Kescel
Recitations
The Village Smith John Allen
The Way of the WorldMinnie Kescel
Vomans Power uLlzzlo Walden
SongReekabyBabyLlttte Ctildrcu
Thou Knowest Best Mat Gray
Room Enough For All Annie Don >
Prof D Dennis the principal of the
academy briefly reviewed the work of tho
school during the past year stud l at the
close of his remarks called before hiin l
Master Fred Grace the ouly pupil
wno had been neither absent nor
tardy during the year He sporfu
highly ot his regularity punctuality
application t study and faithfulness in
performance of school duties and on behalf
I of one of the trustees presented Mister
Groso with n beautiful copy of Longfellows i
poems The prize was a gift from Mr
Daniel B1dcr who has ever been a friend
to the Park academy and who desired to
bow his appreciation of the efforts ofa boy
who had been faithful in his work The
exercises closed with the singing of Coir
umbia by Mrs Allen the school joining
in the chorus and at the last marching out
and waving fags as they sang Three
Cheers for the Red White and Blue
The Park academy during the past year
YCir
las been under the direction of Prof D
Dennis a graduate of Oberlin college an
able teacher and a pleasant gentleman who
has made many friends in the Park and
von the love and respect of his scholars
Miss Jennie Latham has been the
assistant of Mr Dennis and has
wd charge of the primary and
intermediate work The enrollment of tho
school during the year has been 120 with
an average attendance of sixty s
have been taught in Latin physics
geometry algebra physiology general his
tory and United States history besides the
common branches The instruction1
management the school has pleased aWl
satisfied the patrons The Park academy
is maintained by the Now West Educa
tonal commission whose object is to pro
vide a select school under the management
of thoroughly educated Christian teachers
a school or higher grade than the public
schools where all the academic studies can
be pursued lilting the scholar for college
or for usefulness in life I is quite prob
able that the Now West commission will
soon erecta line school building the Park
where all the higher grades will be taught
Such a school is a necessity The past year
has been a successful one for the Park
academy for which great credit mustfie
given to Professor Dennis and Miss
Latham
Latham j
ST LUKES GUILD
The ladies of St Lukes Guild will give
a BroomBrigade drill in tho Park oper
house next Monday evening and the event
promises to be something unusually fine
Seventeen ladies in full uniform will take
part in in the drill They have been trained
by Captain W R Armington an efficient
drill master and much time and care has
been spent in preparation so that the pub
lic are assured of something firstclass
The following ladies form the company
Mesdames A B Emery D C McLaugh
lin A C Reese E P Le Compt B F
Plummer A E Payne Wiliam Reynolds
Payne
P H Lynch W H Veale J Morley and
the Misses Ryll Snyder May Krigbaum
t Ro tiYl ti gg
Pearl Young Rose Hartwell Mawber and
Bessie Moore A musical programme has
been also arranged The following is the
full programme for the evening
Opening 1 ChorusA Spring SongCleo
CIte Pinniti
Pinmt
2SoloZeIy Marguenta of Long Ago
CA White
S Richards
3 Male Quartette Absence J L Hatton
W Mcintosh J J Jewell Vercoe and
Blockier
4S010 tEsmeralda LQvy
Mrs B Riley
5Male Quartette Soldiers Farewell
T Kinket
Messrs Richards Jewell Vercoe and Blackler
6SoloMnCd or Athens Allen
Mr Vf W Mackintosh
7S01o Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep
Knight
James 11 Wright
S Trio Memory H Leslie
7Jesdames Riley and McLaughlin Mr W W
Mackintosh
0ChtrusNight Before thc Battle
C A White
1Lmlst Mrs Ed Pppaa
Broom Brlpwle Drill 1S seventeen ladles in full
uniform rllo drill to conclude with a Light
ning Musket Drill by Captain W I Arming
ton late Captain Co C Colorado National
Guards
Tabheuxl 11 Greek Art Gallery1 2 Joan
or Arc t > The Flower or the Frailly 4
Rock of Ages
GEXsutii XEWS NOTES
Miss Jennie Latham teacher in the Park
academy left for her home in Kentoj
Ohio Tuesday morning Miss Latham
will spend the summer in the east and re
turn to the Part in time to take up her
s hool duties in the fall
E P Ferry returned from Salt Lake
Sunday
Judo Henry Shields and C H Withey
I were passengers to Salt Lake on Fridays
Utah Central train
I J C Koyle of Salt Lake visited the
Park Friday
Morris Dussoldorf manager of the Com
stock was in the Park this week looking
over the companys property A largo
stream of surface water is pouring out of
the tunnel which will prevent operations
for some time
Miss Mabel Trask niece of Mr A B
Emery arrived in the Park this week from
Beverly Mass Miss Trash will spend tho
summer with Mr and Mrs Emery
The following were registered this week
at the Park City hotel from Salt Lake J
H Tarn B Cannon and wife H Olson
Miss Birdie Olson A Webb J H Young
T L Lalande J McPlierson Jesse Woolf
r H Dcuhalter S Stephenson J Huse
jr B Gorlinski 11 N Hicks 1 Dussol
I tier C Cadwcll H Cowcn Prof Andre
M G Thompson A Maryon S F Mackie
F Onclerdonk G S Bell J H Davis W
H Iloff heinicr E A Wall John Kraft T
J Macintosh
J H Rogers one of the Parks substan
tial business men returned this week from
I a two months trip to the new state of
Washington and Calilornia He visited all
the towns on Puget sound Grays harbor
Portland San Francisco and went as far
south us San Diego Ho speaks very highly
of the Puget sound country
W K Gibbsof the Times made the Park
a flying visit on Thursday
Mr3 William M Ferry received a dls
patch Thursday from Chicago announcing
ny lng
the death of her mother Mrs Hollister
Mrs Hollister was 03 years of ago and
except recently has cnioved excellnt
to
health Mrs Ferry has many friends
throughout Utah who will extend to her
their sympathy in her bereavement
Robert Carthness who is associated with
Mr E P Perry in the lumber business at
Tacoma arrived Thursday in thcPark and
will remain a few days
Toe city council meets Wednesday even
ing next
The Utah Central railroad will issue
half rate tickets to Salt Lake on the Fourth
The rate will be S3 for round trip
There will be no celebration in the Park
on tho Fourth Nothing has been done yet
in that direction Salt Lake seems to be
the objective point of most of the Parkites
on that day
Tho county Liberal committee met Fri
day evening and jdceidcd on Tuesday July
S at 3 p m as the time for holding the
convention to nominate officers for the
county election in August The convention
I will be held in the city hall Park City and
will consist of fortysix delegates appor
tioned as follows Snyderville 2 Coal
title 2 Echo 2 Kamas 2 Woodland
Henncicr Wanship Hoytsville Peoa
Roekport Upton nnd Grass Creek each
one delegate and Park City thirty dele
gates
The ore shipments this week through
Mackintoshs sampler amounted 034870
pounds divided iti i the following lots On
tario 505500 pounds Daly 55000 pounds
Mayflower 1097tO pounds Mayflower
concentrates 41230 pounds Alliance
3350 pounds
I Farrish and McCune lessees of the Was
aide mine put three men at work this week
to get the property in working condition
I The new sandstonequarry opened up by
Berry Bros N J Snyder and Geo Morri
son at the mouth of Thaynes caflon is I
I showing up better than anticipated The
stone is a brown sandstone of excellent
quality which experts have pronounced
equal to the Thistle sandstone Men are
at work on the quarry and getting out rock
for the Salt Lake market The livst ship
ment will be made next week A heavy
derrick has beer put iu which works nicely
A spur track will soon be put in by the
Utah Central after which time this quarry
will monopolize a large part of the Salt
Lake trade The owners of the property
have a good thing
Carpenters will be up this week to put
in a platform for tho Utah Central depot
Who trains now start from the end of the
trac1 near tho electric light works mak
ing it more convenient for passengers
The Crescent shipped this week 303000
pounds of concentrates making the total
ore shipment for the week amount to 1237
S70 pounds
The Crescent Anchor and Woodsido
companies paid of their employees this
week
A Union temperance meeting will bo held
in the Methodist church Sunday evening
Speakers from Salt Lake are expected to
address the meeting
The police court did a S23 business this
week This amount was deposited by four
drunks
The Woo side shaft is now down 500
feet and drifting has commenced
The Anchor boring machine is working
nicely making good headway It has en
countered hard rock again which is easier
to work
The Union concentrator is at work again
and is now handling Alliance ore Every
thing is in first class shape now and there
will probably be no more delays
The Marsac mill this week made a ship
ment of five bars of bullion amounting to
0tiSC ounces
The Park City Water company have
been cleaning out heir reservoirs during
the past week and will expect to furnish
the people with better water for a time
J C Roundy was appointed guardian
Thursday of the child of Maggie Thompson
tho woman who committed suicide last
week
On Tuesday last Milton lyle and Mary
ette Robinson both of Park City were
married by Probate Judge Henry Shields
Mr H G Whitney chairman of the
Fourth of July musical committee in Salt
Lake has been negotiating with the Park
brass band during the past week and has
succeeded by liberal offersin securing their
services for the big parade in Salt Lake on
the Fourth The band will go down six
teen strong in their now uniforms with
Captain W H Armington at their head as
drum major Special rates will be given
over tho Utah Central good from tne 3d
until the Gth of July Trains will be run
early and late on the Fourth allowing the
Park people to enjoy all the festivities of
the day Tho Park will turn out a big
crowd to attend the Salt Lake celebration
C AS
AN APT REPLY
An Actor Who Saved Himself In 0 Time
ly Way from n Kings Frown
A vell known Danish actor had recently
cently nn order conferred upon him O
the day of reception ho presented him
self ufc court to thank the king for the
distinction A large number of gentle
men were assembled in the anteroom
awaiting admission and as the room
was very draughty the actor who had
just recovered from I severe cold craved
permission to keep on his hat This was
granted and our comedian took a seat
in one corner and silentlyrehearsed his
part for the evening At last the equerry
in waiting called out the name of the
actor who forgetting ho had already
donned his hat quickly snatched up a I
tall shiner from a window ledge and
thus equipped entered the audience
chamber Tho lang astonished at the
extraordinary apparition burst into a
ll arr laugh while the actor was quite
dumfounded at this exhibition of hilar
ity on the part of the monarch
My good friend the king said at
Icuprth you have afforded mo plenty of
amusement before today Excuse my
saying that I Can quite nriderstand your
keeping I hat on your head but what
is the use of the other which you carry
in your hand
Ah your majesty is right as always
replied the artist as with a gesture of
alarm he put his hand to his head two
hat are tacit certainly too many for a
man Zeituusr who has lost his headKieler
Value of tlio Shock
You have 1 varieties of pansies I
he rertwrked he entered
suppose hClfmrled as I
florists store
Yes sir
Let mo have some chimpanzees
please
The clerk said nothing but soon pro
duced some flowers which were distinctly
tinctly marked with eyes nose and
month like a monkeys face and said
This is the variety you want
varety
Yes make a buttonhole bouquet
Yes sir
now much asked tho customer
when the bouquet was ready
Nothing
What Ive never got anything here
under dollar before
Its all right protested the clerk
with a weary look the shock is worth
tile fiowers Pittshurg ChronicleTelo
graph
Too Late
After the wedding ceremony a friend
of the family tool the father of the bride
apart and whispered to him Yon do
not seem to be aware that your sonin
law is over head and ears in debt
Are you sure
Certain He has only married your
daughter with the object of paying off
his creditors
Why did you not mention this be
fore
He owes mo 5000 reals Calendario
Jjilbaino
THE COfflIM RACES
A Glimpse of Some of the Noted
Flyers
A GOOD MEETING JS ASSURED
The Glove Contest at the Golden Gate Booms
Last Night Noble Knocked Out
Cold In Five Rounds
What promises to be the best race meet
ing ever held in Utah will commence at the
Driving park tomorrow afternoon Local
patrons of the turf have been looking for
ward to this event for some time past
with great interest and yrstcrday a
cloud of outside horsemen and
turfites arrived hero with some
fifty noted flyers Everythng indicates
that their expectations valL be fully met
The track was never in such a perfect con
dition the weather is glorious for racing
and the hip field of well known racers are
all ready for the contest Race talk was
heard on every hand yesterday and the
chances of the favorites was dis
cussed in the hotel in sporting resorts
and on she streets A HLICALD reporter
took a trip to the Driving park yesterday
afternoon and found ovrything in apple
pio order at the track while around the
stables all was bustle and activity The
outside racers had just arrived and a num
ber of drays were being unloaded of race
track paraphenalia Among the well
known horsemen present were noticed A
D Helm D L nail and J I
Stoneroad of Denver J G Helm
of Kansas and a number of Salt
Lakers A D Helm brings with him
Elder Lucas a speedy paccr who is entered
in the 224 class J G Helm has Bowley
another fine pacer while Mr Stonoroac
brings Marquis who is in the 220 trotting
class This gentleman handles tho famous
Utah horse L C Lee and lead
him entered for this meet but
unfortunately the gallant pacer went
lame some timeago and will not race again
this season One of thu prettiest nags
seen at the stables was Maudo Singleton a
Butte trotter Blonde a Denver horse
entered by D L Hall of Denver also at
tracted considerable attention but the
cloud of local racers compared fa
vorably with the imported horses
The animals are all in such
line condition that a good many of
the owners expect to see them reduce their
marks during this week Among the ani
inals there will be seen training on the
track to day besides those mentioned
above will be Otho Black Crook Mem
brino Thorn Busby Riley K Blackbird
Lydia Allen Ben Harrison Don
Angus Pomp Mormon Boy Loco
I J S James F Florence R
Millie Woodnut and Miss Foxie all Utah
horses Ben Davis Minnie Almont Belle
McGregor Louis S Murtha Mar
low Uncle Toby and Black Cloud
all well known Colorado horses Silver
Bow a Montana racer and Bertie M from
Laramie
The managers of these animals to
gether with a big crowd of turfmen
were at the Walker house last night when
the pool selling commenced The bidding
was lively from the start and there was a
great deal of changing of favorites In the
trotting race 227 class James F was gen
erally the favorite with Louis S
a good second and Florence R
third choice In the 235 class
Elder Lucas was heavily backed but Riley
Ks friends put up a barrel1 of money on
him as second choice while Lydia Allen
sold third
No pools were sold on the running races
but when Mr Hyams ceased sell
ing the sales were the largest
ever made hero in an evening
about three thousand dollars having been
placed in the box This is an indication of
the great interest taken in the races The
races and entries for tomorrow are as fol
lows
Trotting race 227 class James F
Louis F Florence R Maudo Singleton
Otho
Trotting race 235 class Elder Locus
Betsy K Lydia Allen Ben Harrison
Busby
Running race mile dash Lew Carlisle
107 Joe Hoge 122 Sympathetic 122
Half mile dash Billy Duncan 111
Green Pruett 124 The Jew 124 Jim
Lick 1231
Ashion vs Noble
The Athletic exhibition at the Golden
Gate club rooms last night was the most
satisfactory every given there and while
the race excitement doubtless kept many
away the attendance was very fair Ed
Australian Kelly who brought Peter
Jackson out acted as master of ceremies
and announced as the first event a four
round go between Steve Davis and Oscar
Block This was a pretty exhibiton and
ended in Davis favor
Then came a fourround contest between
Frank Fitzgerald and Leonard from For
Douglas It was a lively bout while it
lasted and Fitzgerald had the best of it
Messenger the allround athlete then
gave an interesting exhibition of cannon
ball juggling after which young Wilson of
Omahaand Stradertbe Park City slugger
had three rounds Strader was no match
for Wilson who simply played with Him
and the contest was a tame one
The event of the evening was then an
nounced This was an eightround con
test between Jack Ashtou the
Providence champion who was here re
cently with Jackson and an unknown
The unknown proved to bo Noble an
eastern fighter who is credited with hav
ing miido Conies the Ithica giant quit
Both men were in good form but Ashtoo
appeared to be the heavier and had the ad
vantage of reach The first round was
rather tame but in the second some lively
sparring was done and Noble went down
In the third round Noble had the best of it
he got in a number of blows on the
champion who received them with a good
natured smile
In the fourth round Noble was evidently
winded and Ashton knocked him down
twice but did not punish him much It
served to take the starch out of Noble
however and in the fifth round he went
down and stayed there until the referee
called time and Ashton was declared the
winner Noble evidently saw that ho had
no show against the champion and after
making it as interesting for his antagonist
and the spectators as ho could concluded
to avoid further punishment

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