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S OCKS VERY TAME
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The Brokers on Call Quiet and
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SOME BIDDING AND FEW SALES I
a Apex and Utah Oil Alone Are ActIe3linlnr
Notes From the Great Tintlc I
District
At yesterdays call there was a marked
Pc felling off of the attendance and the num
ber of brokers in the pit was not many more
than half a dozen and those that were
present looked somewhat fagged out and as
Brighton or some other resort would be a
more agreeable place to transact no busi
ness Dull as the call was there was some bid
ding and ji few sales
Wampler opened the session by offering
Alliance at 210 while Bamberger bid 17M
for Apex which Stevenson raised to 18
cents Alter a little scoring Bamberger
drove Stevenson to buy 2000 at 184
Kullock bid 30 cents for Crescent Bam
berger offering to sell at 33 cents Bam
berger bid f2j for Eureka and Davis would
give 22 for Daly
Glencoe Horn Silver and Mammoth
passed by default of any bids VVampler
offered to sell Malad at 12M cents Bam
berger bid SS15 for Utah oil
Apex came in for three sales J E Bam
berger selling 2000 to Stevenson for ISM
and 1000 more at the same rate Matthews
taking 100 shares
Kullack purchased 2000 Utah oil at 34
from J E Bamberger and Stevenson 1000
at the same rate
The following is the record of yester
days call
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KA11E 1t g I S
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E 3 5 w
llcc ti 65 b r2G5b = =
Anchor4 25 a 4 35 a 1 25 b u
Alliance 20 a 1 2 0 a 2 10 a n
Ap 1B fb 18 b 18b 3100
Damcs 11 a 124b i24b
crescent 513b SOb 30b
CentBurellI 23 IXi > 1 b 21 OJ b 23 00 b
Dal 225 2J OJ b i 00 b
Glencou 1 50 a 1 50 n 1 tJo a n
Horn Sliver n u
Mammoth 4 755 II 400 b 400 b u
11alndCvn 12 a 11 a 11 a
NorthtirnSpy4300 b n
ontario 4300 b 4300 b u
Utah LCCo 8 15 b 8 00 b 8 15 b
17tah Oil Co 32 b 23 b 34 b 30w
Woodsidc = = u
l = = = = = = Lm 3100
Mining Matters at Tintlc
All the frameworks of BullionBecks
new hoisting works are up except the gal
lus frame The engine bed is being laid
and a new assay office is being built The
enlarging and retimbering of the main shaft
is going forward rapidly Work has been
delayed considerably owing to the difficulty
experienced in fretting the lumber as
needed
J M Ervin has recently finished putting
up fine hoisting works on the Mormon
Chief They have put in the latest im
proved whim and are now fixed for work
ing the prospect to the best possible ad van
tage Everything looks lovely about the
mine in fact the outlook is so much better
than anticipated that the parties having the
bond on the property do not desire to sell
it They own the Union adjoining the
Chief and are sinking on it They have
rich ore and indications are that they have
lots of it
One Hundred and fifty feet of new ground
has been opened up on the Marion Consoli
dated Medea Consolidated and Plutus in
the past three months and they are look
ing so well that from what we can learn
the owner has withdrawn them from the
market for the present They are among
the most promising prospects in the district
and good offers have been made for them
but the owner holds them Irish and is
keeping a constantly increasing force of
men to work thereon He seems to know
just where to put his money into the ground
and we predict that at no distant day ho
will be the possessor of wealth in big wads
Mining men who have examined the ground
concede that these claims are the north ex
tension of the Mammoth veins An official
survey has been applied for Chief
THE WOOL MARKET
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A Flourishing Wool BusIness In the South
Some of the Shippers
In an interview with J E Clinton and E
R Booth the Biisfyti reporter learned that
the Utah Wool Growers company has been
doing a flourishing business in the wool
trade during the present month Up to
date and since the 1st of July that com
pany alone has paid out 102000 for wooL
Within the last week said Mr Clin
ton we have handled some very large
clips which have ranged from 12000 to
71000 pounds each
Following arc the names of a few of the
owners of the largest clips handled within
the past seven days Nephi Schofield
71000 pounds Will Schclield 30000
I pounds Collins Lisenby 30000 pounds
J W Seely 15000 pounds J G Ecker
15000 pounds T G Smith 12000 pounds
The company has been notified II says
Mr Clinton that the existing special
freight rates will be withdrawn on the 81st
inst We are therefore ruhing wool out
as fast as possible In order to clear up all
the stock we have on hand at tho present
time as the regular tariff rates will take
effect on the 1st of August next The rate
I Increases the freight on baled wool on all
I rail shipments to Boston from SlJO to
S24GX per hundred pounds In letter
from Mr Eccles i am informed that there
is a bare possibility of something happen
ing to prov at tho rates from going into
effect as it is an outrageous price and
should bo reduced
I The conditions of tho eastern market
can bo seen from the following clipping
from the Boston Advertiser
The market for territory wools is quiet
but some business is being done at about
former rates The sales made are strictly
on the scoured basis consequently while
dealers are busy on sample bags the move
ment in round lots is moderate The fact
that more wool is coming forward makes
buyers more indifferent and before buying
they generally look over the market very
closely They are on tho lookout for cheap
lots but ns yet holders arc not disposed to
weaken much Some largo sales have not
gone through owing to a difference of half
a cent between buyer and seller which
shows there is a bottom to the market
The fact that the wools in havo cost high
F prevents receivers from sacrificing and the
1 sales made are at about former rates Con
siderable Texas wool has been cleaned up
these wools ranging about tho same as
choice territories for twelve months
growth with six to eight months wools all
S and cents less California wools are
meeting with a quiet sale spot offerings
being small
Territory woolsMont fine 18 and Oe
Mont lIne med 21 and 22c Mont coarse
med 23 and 240 Wyoming Utah and Col
orado tine 16 and ISc Wyoming Utah and
Colorado med 19 and 52 < j WyomingUtah
and Colorado coarse med 21 and 24c
From tho above it will be seen that our
wools arc classed with those of Colorado
and Wyoming This classification said
Mr Clinton is a great injustice to our
Utah wool because they are a much finer
and lighter quality than those of either of
j the states mentioned More than half of
our wool is sold to eastern manufacturers
as Montana wool and they never know the
difference Our wools should properly bo
classified with Montana wools and we are
J roine to make a strong kick at the next an
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nual meeting of the Utah wool growers un
less that dassificatiaius made without it
As to prices here Mr Booth said they
were a trifle higher this week than they
had been for a week or two past but that
was on account of quality alone last weeks
clip being extra light and fine For these
over 10 cents per pound has been paid I
Xcplii Ensign
BATHING SUITS BATHING SUITS
Solo agents for the celebrated Brooklyn
Knitting companys fine goods
It UASTTcuur MElt Co
142 Main street
UK LOC1lt CO1
Wholesale Liquor Dealers and Cigar Mer
chants
CLIFT HOUSE
Located Cor Main nUll Third South Streets
The Clift is the best 82 per day house
west of Chicago Rooms large cool and
airy new and handsome furniture electric
lights and all the latest conveniences and
accessories Dining hall spacious and per
fect in its appointment Table first class
Rooms may be secured by telegraph
AXDIJEW C BUIXEX c Ban Props
WHITE HOUSE
corner of Main and Second South Most
central location of any hotel in the city
Opposite postoffice Union ticket and
Pullman office in the hotel Newly re
medIed and furnished throughout Table
unsurpassed Electric light bells and all
modern conveniences Terms 3 to S330
per day H L HALL Prop
BRICK BRICK RIUOK
Builders will do well to call at our yard
examine the material in Its make up and
they will be convinced of the superior
quality shape and color of our brick fur
nished in any quantity on short notice
Utah Manufacturing and Building com
pany Yard at Mill creek Address Salt
Lake City
TILES PILES PILES
Piles cured without pain or detention
from business No CUAKGE UNTIL CUll is
EFFECTED Consultation and examination
free Refer to over one hundred who have
been cured by me in Salt Lake city within
the last two years FISTULA FISSUHE
STRICTURE ULCKRATIOX and all other di
seases of the rectum treated successfully
DR CHARLES THOMPSON
t ScottAuerbach building
ARRIVAL AND CLOSING OF11A1LS AT SALT
LAKE CITY POSTOFFICE
July 12 1890
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AtUtIVAL CLOSE
MAILS AT AT
DEPOT OFFICE
Western via1JPRy 330am 710am
Eastern via R G 655 pm 1000am
Eastern through pouch
Denver andAspen741 am 600pm
Western 1Otjam 745pm
Ogdcnuuuu 1040 am 710 am
g 7 p 745pm
North anti Northwest n 720 am 400pm
Park City 1050 am 7Hlam
Park City u 40pm
Southernunu 44 pm 610am
Southern closed pouch Mil
ford risco and beyond 100 am 315pm
Bingham Ca on and West
Jordan unuu 400pm 640am
Tooele Countynu 34 pm 710am
Alt and Wasatchun u 6lOom GI0am
General Delivery 800 am tob0i > pm
I Carriers Window t 600 pm to700nra
Sunday and holiday hours 1100 am toloo pm
CarrIer Sunday u 12M m tol00 pm
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Proposals will be received at the office of
Louis Hyams city recorder of the city of
Salt Lake Utah territory up to 12 oclock
m Monday the 11th day of August 1890
Said proposals are for the furnishing of all
material and labor for the erection of a
joint city and county building in Salt Lake
city Said proposals to be for the entire
building complete or for separate parts
thereof stone and brickwork cast iron
columns steel beams etc hollow tile
flrrnrnn fin TilnmViimr nlrmtorincr nnnrmc
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tic floor tiling and mosaic floor tiling and
wment workall to be in accordance with
plans and specifications on file In the office
of the architect C E Apponyi No 141
Second East street Salt Lake city Utah
All Dids to be accompanied by a certified
check for 2M per cent of amount of hid
Said check to be made payable to George
M Scott mayor of Salt Lake city and if
the successful bidder to whom tho contract
is awarded shall fail to enter into a con
tract within ten days after said award is
made to him and fail to furnish a good
and sufficient bond in the sum of 15 per
cent of his bid the said check is to be for
feited to the city and county of Salt Lake
otherwise to be returned Tho city and
county committee reserve the right to re
ject any and all bids Louis HYAMS
City Recorder
SALT LAKE Cm July 9 1S90
By express today now and elegant line
of Gentlemen Silk Shirt
BASTTEHKY MER Co
142 Main St
San Francisco Jo Salt Lake Summit
vineyard wines at 213 Main next P O
Examine our now stock of Summer Neck
wear just arrivedBASTTEUUT
BASTTEUUT MEn Co
< < 113 MainSt
ATTENTION
For sale four new cottages with closets
artesian water outbuildings etc Lots
40x137 corner Second South and Eighth
Vest streets two blocks from D R G
depot Only S5UO each cash balance in
payments from one to live years Stop
paying rent but buy homo on easy terms
Locis F KUI AK
01 212 S Main street up stairs
Dinwpodey has come to the front again
with quite an assortment of furniture amid
carpets in Calders music store
BYE AND 1 Alt
Dr Ira Lyons 42 West Third South
hALLEY HOT SMUNGS
Located at Hailey Idaho the finest summer
mer rosort in the wnst is now under the
management of Mr Charles F Carlson
The conveniences at the springs thi season
are unsurpassed and the terms moderate
Special accommodations for families and
largo parties Write for rates
CIITI lS F CAISSON Manager
NOTICE TO CONTRACTOR
Scaled proposals V1ll bo received by the
undersigned up to August 5 Ib90 for the
furnishing of the workmanship and
materials for the foundations and
basement work of the sixstory
and basement brick and stone office
building to be erectpd on the north
west corner of West Temple and Second
South streets SaltLakecity Utah accord
ing to tho plans and specifications prepared
by Mendelssohn Fisher < fc Lawrio archi
tects Said plans and specincations can be
seen at the office of the owners Messrs
Kelsey and Gillespio 26 West Second
South Right is reserveu tc reject any or
all bids
I w KCLSEY L GIILESPIE
HALL ODONALD LITHOGRAPHING CO
Lithographers Printers BlankBook Makers Stationerst
General Western Aernts Fenton Metallic Vault and Office Furniture
BANI AND OEFXCE OUTF1T rERS
CHESTER A WHITEMORE Manager 9 W Secbnd South Street
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Allow us to Make an Estimate on Your Work
Phil Klipples Carriage Shops
Carriage and Painting
Wagon Repairing and Trimming
NEW WORK I TELEPHONE
BUILT TO ORDER SlS
1411 146 21c1 J6 8 w SeocuJ1d Scntb S1reet
COME AND HAVE A TREAT I
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A Nice Drink of
Delicious Cocoa Freeu
Van Houtell Cocoa
BmST AND GOES F RTHEST
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GEORGE W DAVIS
AGENT
80 W Fir t South St Corner of Market Row
EVERYBODY JrNVITED
Come One Come All and see the Finest Stock of Teas Coffees Spices and Fancy
Groceries in the city at such Prices that will astonish you See our Large Coffee
Mill run by Electricity
I Go W DAVIS Ageni
SPENCER KIMBALL
HEADQUARTERS FOR
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FINE Ii1it I i II J
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21 SOLE AGENTS FOR
UTTEMAKS CORSET SHOES
For Weak Ankles
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Laird Schober Mitchell and James A Bannister
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S J NATHAN
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Is Letting Down Prices Again
We would advise every man and woman to keep themselves posted and attend our
I SPECIAL SALE >
DtiJltJ1Jtg his W eek
You will find every article as advertised If you are in doubt bring this paper
along with you and judge for yourself the truth of these assertions
Mens French Flannel Overshirts 50 cents each
Mens Unlaundried Shirts 45 cents each
Kens 9oz Blue Denim Overalls 45 cents a pair
Mens 9oz Blue Denim Jumpers 45 cents each
Mens Check Jumpers 40 cents each
Mens Undershirts and Drawers 30 cents each
Mens Brown and Gray Linen Dusters 100 each
Mens Coats and Vests 105 each
Mens French Flannel Coats and Vests 135 each
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Mens Black Alpaca Coats 150 each
Mens fine 12thread Balbriggan Shirts and
Drawrs worth 300 125 a suit
Mens Bathing Suits 2 piece garment 150 per suit
Boys Shirt Waists 15c each
Boys Knee Pants 25e a pair
Boys Suits 4 to 12 115 each
ALSO A FULL LINE OF
Mens sJ Youths and Boys Spring Suits
I In all the latest styles in Worsteds Cassimeres and Cheviots
Also a fine line of French Flannel Coats and Vests
Pongee Silk Coats and Vests Mohair and
Alpaca Coats Also
A FINE LINE OF SItK OVERSHIRTS
I I At25 x per cent lower than any otherhouse in the city
151 Main St S 1L NATHAN Propr
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COHN BROS
1iPSllMMERBARGAINSI
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Wo are determined to make a clean sweep of our Cotton Fabrics We Offer all our
French Sateens at 20e per yard
63c quality Scotch Zephyr Ginghams reduced to 40 o
SQc It 35 Q
40c > V u < 80 c
HOC u I Ii Ii U ooi
22Xc
Fancy Irish i Dress Linens Reduced from f BOa to 30c Par Yard
A large lot of Checked and Striped Seersucker Gingham at lOc per yard reduced
from loo
A lot of Checked and Striped Seersucker Gingham 10 yards for 100former price 101
Our entire stock of Canton Shanghai and Japanese Lyon Printed Slks
At 750 per yard
We are clearing out Checked and Printed White Lawns at 64 c to 22c per yard
former price I2c to 40c The line is offered at less than cost
We have gathered up a lot of short ends of Table Linens and broken lots of Nap
kins and Towels which are offered at less than cost
100 dozenLadies Sheer Lawn Handkerchiefs in Fancy Hemstitched at lOc each
regular price 25c I
100 dozenLadies Elegant Drawnwork Sheer Lawn Handkerchiefs at 25c apiece
former price 50c
100 dozen Ladies Sheer Irish Lawn Initial Handkerchiefs 3 for oc This is our
wellknown 23c Initial Handkerchief
We offer to clear out a lot of Handsome Black Lace Flouncings m Chantilly and
La Tosca and offer them at the following reductions
At 110 reduced from 1501 I At 3 25 reduced from 53 5t
125 T 175 SCO jn
11 175 250 350
500
fr 200 u 325 I h 425 600
Closing Out Balance of Black Drapery Nets at Bare Cost
100 dozen Ladies Ethiopian DvetJ Splendid Quality Black Cotton Hose j 1 ff
pair reduced from 40e
r We offer special bargainslin Ladies and Misses White Muslin and Cambria
Skirts for this week A line of Tucked Skits at 25c Tucked with Cambric Ruffles
at SOc Embroidery Ruffle with Tucks at 75c Embroidery Lace Trimmed Skirts
at 100
100Our
Our entire line of higher priced Skirts will be found open on our counters and
will be offered at reduced prices for this week The line includes an endless variety of
styles in Torchon Platt Val Medecis and Embroidery Trimmed
We oiler a large lot of Outing Flannel Blouse Waists for Ladies and Misses in
sizes 30 to 3S at 100 reduced from L50
COHN BROSo
FAUERBACHBRO
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Salt Lake City Utah
Extensive additions to our Store necessitate the removal of the west wall and may
compel us to close our store for some time during August To avoid carrying over any
Summer Goods we announce a
CLEARING SALE
Every article we offer is sure to go if selling desirable goods at cost will make them go
O LT i l1rOTTO L s
Never to carry goods into next season if reductions will dispose them this season
has saved us thousands of dollars and given us the leading position in the dry goods
trade Dry Goods unlike good wine do not improve with age therefore we quote the
lowest prices over known in this city
Black Gros Grain Silk at fOs worth 1 5c
u u u I > II 70c i < 95a
U It II 4 II 75c h 110
Colored Silk at 75c POe and 110 arp the bteeest bargains offered this season A
line 01 Summer Silk usually sold at SOc COc and 70c marked down tq 3oc
20 pieces of Black Bunting at5c worth 25c
Scotch Zephyr Ginghams at 15c 20c and 23 > < c worth 0c 25c and SOc
1 lot of Plain Dark Organdies at SKc worth 0c
1 lot of Figured Linen Lawns at lOc worth 25c
1 lot of Dress Linens at 25c
1 lot of India Linens 14 yards for 100 12 yards for 100 and 10 yards for 5109
Tennis Flannels at 10 worth loc and 12 < c worth 20c
Extra Fine Silk Stripe Tennis Flannel at 35c worth COc
1 lot of printed Wool Challies at 12 > ic worth 25c
1 lot of Ladies Embroidered Dress Patterns at 100 and 5150 quarter the cost
1 lot of Boys Lowcut Shoes at 125 worth 300
1 lot of Mens Lowcut Shoes sizes 5M to 7M at 300 hese goods were
soldnt0O
10 oC Lidies Clothtop Kid Button Shoes at 10 worth 2 50
1 lot of Misses and Childrens Clothtop Button bnoes at 125 and 225 worth
200 and 300
All of our Childrens Misses and Ladies Tancolored Shoes reduced to cost
+ Ladies and Childrens StrawHats +
AtlOc loc 23c 40c 50c and Tic These are at Half Price
+ Ladies Outing Cloth Blouses +
1 lot at GOc worth l 00 1 1 lot at S100S worth St75
Childrens Gingham Dresses ages 2 to 10 Half Price
+ BOYS CLOTHING DEPARTMENT +
Childrens Outing Cloth Suits i 1 two pieces at S5 worth 150
Seersucker and Cheviot Kilt Sk1rts atfiOc worth U 00
Boys Cottonade Suits at30J worth 350 and 35 worth S 100
ONE PRICE TO ALL jWE I ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD
I EstabJlshecl 1864 I i
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PERSONAL MENTION
T W HAKSCN is lip from Kpuraim
T J ADAiis of Denver Is among our visitors
HON S It TIUSIAJ wa up from Provo yes
terday
GEORGE NELSOS was down from Ogden yes
terday
S A IiANGTOif came down from Logan on
Surday
LAMOCT CALL of Bountiful was in Salt
Lake yesterday
S OSBORS of American Fork was in Salt
Lake yesterday
A
uou u v liryan manager 01 me iteu axe
pliant mining company is in Salt Lake
M Locnwrrz an oldtime Salt Laker has re
turned from the east and bought out J MClark
on Market row
COLONEL ISAAC TirasiBo is up from San
Francisco having been cilled to tao bedside of
his brother John who is lying danggrously ill
with rheumatism
A C H NVLASD Manager of the General
Western Passenger agency of the Netherlands
American Steam Navigation company Chicago
IlL was In town yesterday
AT THE HOTEIS
THE CMFT J C AVarning Seattle Wash
J Lisle Canada Thomas E Fcnby John Mof i
fatt Eureka Utah A B Thompson Payson
Utah N P Norrell Pennsylvania M J i
Lewis OAV Thompson South Dakota J M I
Clark L Demont L P Southworth Omaha I
William French and wife Plttsburg A J
Walden Toledo EJ Lang J A Schmitt
Tome Wilkesbarrc Pa A J Brown Grand
Island Neb C W Ryan Illinois G E Head
Dr W S Depew and wife Dr N Worthington
Grand Island Neb H Homer S P Gallston
Indiana T J Hanson C S Willis Ogden
E S Brown San Francisco J W Cadwell
Omaha Neb L E MoWhorter Denver H C
Brickenrldgo and daughter Toledo O H J
Jones Vfilkesbarrc Pa Mrs Gordell New I
York WH Cooper Titusville Pa D Bider
Park dry James Good Cedar rapids Ia T
J Starr St Paul Mine J Andrew and wife
Denver ColoJ Vr Tobey Boston Mass H
C Mussell and wife Kansas City A VV Purdy
and wife S Barnard and wife W C Purdy and
wife Glenwood MoW M Parks St Louis
Mo T L King American Fork Utah Dr T
Richardson Winsor Ks A H Barry and wife
Inhrn T n W R Tnnp c1an < Sarrt
vvn yu n v U u
THE WALKER C Billings K C Hawley
Pueblo Colo J D Cnss = St Elmo ColoC
W Dietrich Chicago LE Roberts New York
H N McLaughlin P L McLaughlin St Joe
Ma E McCorkey Toronto A Vascaro and
wife Memphis Tenn F K Hogue Clove
land 0 J Paley York Nebr P Ponlin and
wife San Francisco H M Wild Chicago J
M Scott and wife Omaha W Brooks Sioux
city G H Fennemore Beaver H Hefner
Seattle L Auerbach Helena R Edgerly
Chicago T Smith Minneapolis D A Por
ter B F Powers J C Compton T C Bemi
F Porter C J Clark Cleveland 0 C S
Brown Omaha T B Brandlgee New London
C R Miller Pocatello
TUB VnrnJ S Anderson N Hatchkiss
Springvillc J T Farrer T Young Green Riv
er Hon S R Thurman Provo A A Cahoon
and wife Murray J K Lane wife and child
Denver Mrs E Y Hurt Provr J Vctoro
J IL Rasseoy Montana J Ncrorey Ogden
A N Butts American Fork Mrs Ashbey Og
den H E Moore New York Geo W Hunter
Broadfort Idaho T A Sweet N H Sweet
H B Moore San Francisco Rob Thurman
and wife Chas James Denver Geo Wilson I
Ogden O P Stephens Pueblo J S Both
rock Red Cloud Neb J D Stock Watertown
Wis Win Girhiry Grand Junction A Stew
art P V Junction S Osborne American
Fork Theo Lee Denier E H Jenkins Og
den J McCarthey Boinsbrow Iowa J N
Porter Denser F R Childs Mrs A F Dur
ham Hartlord Conn
REAL ESTATE TARS
Encounter Sharks on the Great Salt I
Sea
The party of real estate gentlemen that
left the city on the morning of the 27th by
by special train at 730 for Garfield Beadh
thence by sailing vessel to Freemout
island returned last evening very much
pleased with their trip Barring a few 1
accidents every thing passed off pleasantly
Leaving the great pier at Garfield Beach
under the command of Captain Morton
they sailed forth on the schooner Argo with
provisions enough for a party of lifty for
thirty days under similar circumstances
Now we dont want to be understood as
intimating that our party was composed of
any but men of wine experience in cross
ing the briny deep but the extreme hot
weather having disarranged their stomachs
they were not prepared to undergo the
tribulations common to such an outing
The fresh breeze from the southwest
soon filled the sails of the craft and every
one on board felt as merry as a cricket un
til about twentylive miles was reached
when our genial fatherly guesi Secretry
Gillespie who had already gained the con
fidence of the entire party for his nbihty as
a sailor and alvisor suggested a haul arid
drop anchor The request was complied
with when the sounding lino was
thrown over and we were found to
be in four fathoms of as beauti
ful water as ever was seen
Ion the Great Salt Lake The next order
from tho gentleman referred to was all
strip for a swim No sooner said than
away went the boys It is alleged that
Gillespie swallowed a swordfish but by
tho aid of a rough sea tho lisb was taken
out of the secretary before we arrived at
Garfield on our return together with
various other kinds of fish and meats
The great command was heard weigh
tho anchor port your helm and away wo
went headed towards Fremont island
And the most beautiful sunset ever seen
by the writer was witnessed at this time
together with the flavor of broiled ham and
fried eggs from tho cabin made this hour
one never to be forgotten Supper being
over tho boys gathered on deck by tho light
of the moon and the soft strains of the
guitars and the sweet songs from the sing
ers reminded one of bygone days when ho
led a city life and was obliged to throw
bootjacks and old shoes in the back yard
to keep the fence cleared We cannot
pass without saying n word for Fremont
island and the delightful ranch owned by
Mr Wennev who knows bow to entertain
his visitors Mrs Wenner an estimable
lady is always pleased to meet those who
find it convenient to call The day was
pleasant the night serene so tub ship
headed towards Antelope island The boys
getting sleepy storm coming up moon get
ting low waves running high Gillespio
landed over the side of the boat and other
members of tho party whose names we
have been reqcstcd to omit on account of
their family relations begin to think of
homo and mother and even other things
more common to those who desire to give
un all for nothing Kennedy by his ready
with and good humor tried to cheer up the
boys J C Conkllng who is ever ready to
calm the troubled waters came forward
but no relief Finally nature came to the
rescue and the wind ceased everything be
came quiet the deck covered by the little
groups of sleepy curious prospectors at
tho high speed of three knots an hour
groaning snoring when a yell was heard
on all sides The noiso came from below
and the captain rushed forward only to
find that Walker had put his head into Ben
netts gripsack and Wilson sat down on it
Smith fastened a rope around Secretary
d if t52
Montgomerys feat and attached it to the I
windlass Daylight waves running biglv
C E Wantlaiid stood on the forecastle
looking sky waVd with a stare that cast a I
gloom over every man on deck All eyes I
were turned in tho name direction and to
tho surprise of the seamen Gillespie iii his
deranged condition was hanging by one
hand at the mast head reaching after a sea
I gull Wantland saw the danger and cried
out to come down and with one wild leap
be fell to the neck only to be caught by the
little man and thus saved from an untimely
I bath At 5 a m alloyes were turned to
wards Garfield Beach but something hap
pened to remind tha boys that all was not
well
The party took their positions around the
the railing with a tar o look into the deep
blue waters of the great Salt Lake
Nelson with a look 1 of despair said he
wanted to go home and was willing to
give up all for a little rest No objection
being raise he with several others gave
up freely even to their breakfast But
at this critical movement ouo who was
gifted with that lirst thought and earnest
desire to look after the woes of poor fallen
man comes forward having provided him
self with that great conselor in times like
thesb rushed up and down the deqk with
a chunk of fat pork attached to a strong
sunning it before the poor home sick
creatures Tiey plead for the captain
to lead the viiiinu below in irons but Van
Buskirk in his anilcty to releave the
troubled stomachs continues the display
of pork until the Jolly Tars concluded
that there was on balm in Gilead in a
storm here promisednot to report the
discourageing features one must expect
on taking such a voyage but I will say
for our party they are as brave a lot of
men as ever crossed the Great Salt Lake
It istheir intention to organize in the near
future a club to be known as the Argo
club and trips similar to these every two
weeks will be made provided cast iron
stonachs can be contracted for After
sailing about one huedred and fifty I
miles all were landed safely at Garfield
only a little the worse for waer
Dont say pork to the boys if you
want them to join you on a trip to
Fremont island but say schooner
and my word for it they will be wid
you Wantland insists that he saw a
whale Walker says it was a shark but I
dont think bathers should stay out of Salt
Lake upon this authority Gillespie says it
I was neitherbut it was Montgomery with a
Garfield bathing suit on However dont
say much about it to them at present I
Republican Senatorial l Caucus
W ASJlIXOT jr July 2SThe Republican
senatorial caucus tonight was attended by
about thirty members Senator Sherman
presided His statemlont was that the
caucus had determined to fix the hour of
meeting of the Senate afte1 tomorrow and
and until further ordered at 10 oclock and
continue tno session as long as possible
Tho tariff bill alone is to be considered for
sevcial days and then displaced
for a time at least by the river and
harbor bill Tho object of this policy
is to endeavor to force Democrats
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to show their purpose toward the bill
whether er uotit is to be one of delay
The Republicans hope to tire out the
Democrats whoare to be left to doall tho
talking except when necessary to answer
some point Tho bill to transfer the
revenue marine will bo postponed until
after the tariff bill is out of the way According
cording to all reports the election bill was
iscussed only incidentally There was no
nnouucenlent by any of tho Senators I
whether nottheywould support thcrbili
in tho Senate
Saratoga lIners
I
SVRATOCA July 23First race three
I quarters of amile Bradford won Scypeto
second Vidette third Time 118
Second race mile and one sixteenth
Golden Reel won Puzzle second Austra
lint third limel5Ji
Third race half a mile Strategem won
Bagpipe sejondj Belle of Orange third
Time 52J
Fourth race half a mile maiden two
yearolds half a mile Modjoska won Cas
cade second Tom Donohuo third Time =
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53
Fifth racol Longshore won Little
Crete second Mayor Tom third Time
1 47Sixth
Sixth race threequarters of a mileB
B Million von Ballyhoo second Gene
vieve third Time 119
AFearfuIRailroad Accident I
MASCHESTHK July 255 30 pmA fear
ful accident has just happened in the New
Manchester ship canal Two workmens
trains through some unexplained stupidity
of a switchman collided Ten workmen
were instantly killed and sixty others in
ured of whom twenty it is said will cor
ainly die Tho news has spread through
put the city and the greatest excitement
prevails Only four persons were killed
by the collision to day
St Paul Races
I
ST PAUL July Twoyearolds three
quarters of a mile Virgin won Michael
second Livlithgow third Time117r
Threeyearolds and upwards mile
Warpeak wouCashier second Prince For
tunatos third Time 140
Twin City Oaks threeyearolds fillies
mile and a furlongHelter Skelter won
Louisa Forrest second Lindsay third I
Time 157
All ages mileOklahoma Kid won Pel
emus second Vic2 Regent third Time I
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Considering the Postal Telegraph Bill
WASHINGTON Juy2S l At a meeting of
tho Senate committee on postofflces and
post roads today the postal telegraph bill
prepared atthcfpostoulco department was
again considered Toe proviso as to the
eleventh section wl1sstriclen ut n was
asserted by Dr Green president of the
Western Union company in his argument
befor S tho House committee thai the pro
viso would operate to shut out his com
pany from biddTnsf for government busi
nessand unou this being shown tbp cam
miteo today tao proviso was stricken out
The Duchess of Klclmioiids Daughter
Special to Tnir HERALD Examiner Cablel
LONDON July 27The most intsresting
amt pcrhds most interested vis t T to the
royal military exhibition Cli olbea yester
day was the Dowager j Lady do Ros who
is a daughter of the lale Duchess of Rich
mond It was as thp houso oftheDuchess
Of Richmond at Brussels that th historical
ball the night before the battle or Waterloo
took place and the Dowager Lady do Ros I
who is now ninotyfive years of age was
present She was particularly delighted
at everything in the exhibition relating to
Waterloo

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