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I iiJ5 8LT tII U HrD TUESDAY AUGUST 121890 IT
Free Wants
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All employment advertisements Inserted three
limes without charge other advertisements In
this column lOc per line first insertion 5c each
time after by the month 81 per line Marriage
notIces 81 birth notices Me death announce
ments free obituary comments 15c per line
RTuS MELISSA MILLER SEERESS
IU hulll circles Tuesday and Thursday even
ings at S oclock Admission 23c Private bU
tinCT tSally from 10 to 12 and from 1 to 4 pm at
t7 East Second South Street room 2
IEW RACKET AT 15 WEST SECOND
ANEW No more oince fees charged labor
er Contractors are paying expenses J J
McLaughlin the labor agent
BUSINESS CIIAJfCE
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GOOD PAYING BUSINESS FOR SALE
M Only 1000 Good reason for selling Call
on Rocky Mountain Bureau of Labor 63 West
Second South street Salt Lake city
NOTICE
JOSEPH DILWORTH SALT LAKE CITY
ti has secured the agency from the National
Publishing company of the book entitled Ex
plorations and advcnurea of H M Stanley
J S lURNBULL
DILL POSTER AND GENERAL ADVER
gILL in agent Distributing a specialty
15S and 160 South Temple street Salt Lake city
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MONEY TO LOAN
jN LONG TIME ON REAL ESTATE D
ON
Eyer room 8 Wasatch
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BOARD AND LODGING
BOARD AND LODGING AT W F MAY
I hews 283 Centre street Terms 400 per
k
SUH WAITS
T AUNDRY 151 WEST SOUTH TEMPLE
LAUNDRY block west of Valley house
JC WATSON k BROS
TIEAYAGE AND COAL HOUSE
Lf hold furniture a specialty All kinds of
coal delivered Omce 60 Main street
PERSONAL
WANTEDTO BORROW FROM PRIVATE
It parties five hundred dollars for sixty
pays will furnish good security Address
this otUcc
WANTEDSITUATIONS FEMALE i
A EMPLOYMENT AT SEWING
W by the day Call 203 E Second uth
WANTED SITUATIONS MALE
WANTED SITUATION BY A FD3ST
I f class bookkeeper Married man Ad
flress W 31 care Herald office
WANTEDSITUATION IN FIRST CLASS
Y grocery or commission business ten
years experience Well acquainted in city
Address C S Herald office
WANTEDA POSITION BY A DRUGGIST
V registered pharmacist in Iowa with ten
rears experience in Europe and America
peaks Holland German French and English
Has charge a drug store at present Good
Inferences Address J C Hassels Odebolt
Iowa
mANTEDSTEADY EMPLOYMENT BY
l T an experienced mortar mixer Address
P Herald office
rANTED BY A YOUNG MAN TWENTY
V three years old of good business address
and ability with four years experience in the
real estate and loan business and good refer
nces a profitable situation In bank or similar
rocaton Address X X care Salt Lake
Herald
ryANTED YOUNG MAN WITH SEV
l eral years experience in an eastern retail
drug store is open for an engagement best of
Reference Address J P G care the Clift
House city
VTTANTEDBY A YOUNG MARRIED MAN
11 situation as warehouse delivery man
best of reference Address F B Herald office
WANTEDHELPFEMALS
TT ANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
> > housework and a nurse girt Apply at 207
East Brigham
VTTANTED LADY TO SOLICIT FOR SPE
I T cial work in the city Good position to the
tight person at a salary of fCO a month Call
on W M Rayley 100 and 101 Wasatch building
ANTED A GOOD FEMALE COOK AT
55 W Fourth South street
ANTED TWO DININGROOM GIRLS
1 V KG 00 per month steady three men
falters 5200 per day two harnessmakers 250
per day six laborers 5200 to 150 per day six
Teams S375 per day steady two good dish
washers 300 men for Pioche Nevada at 15
1 ¼ V Second South street
ANTEDA GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
WANTEDA
housework Apply ut 25 Fifth East
street
vifANTEDGOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
> I housework at 123 S Fourth East
W ANTEDWSIIWOMA Apply 155 E
i 5 Second street Eighteenth ward Good
Service good wages
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework Fair wages Apply J73 E
First South 0
J7 ANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
l t housework None but n good girl need
> pply No 125 > > W First South street city
WANTED HELVMALE
WANTED COUNTY MANAGER FOR
1 c best county in Utah part time given to
fprsonal soliciting Must deposit RB cash
rive references and secure collections Salary
IH vcr month permanent position Call on
iiv T1f Raylcy 100 and 101 Watatch building
ANTEDTSX LABORERS AT 12 TO S3 A
t day 25 miners and car men for Utah
mines Call at 15 West Second South J J
McLaughin agent
U 7ANTED TWO MATTRESSMAKERS
> I Enquire at IL Dinvoodeys
U rINTEDFORTY NONUNION PLUMBers
n o ers Apply to L IL Dale secretary Mas
ter association No lOEabt Second
South
WANTED MAN WITH EXPERIENCE
t i ould like to contract for about six lawn
lo bo mowed for the lest of the season Apply
D H this office
7ANTEDA SALESMAN IN HOSIERY
> I department Address box 434 giving age
and experience t
7ANTEDA GOOD FAMILY TAILOR
Yi married man to go the southern settle
ments Scandinavian preferred Apply W
g Howe Z C M I
T7ANTED A THOROUGH WATCH
f T inaltcr state experience references what
you are able to do and whether you have full
jet of tools to P O Box 1005 Permanent job
1 WANTEDA BAKER Apply 7S5 W North
L1e 1 Temple street
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V7AKTEP IMMEDIATELY A BOY FOR
> light office work good wages to steady
> oy 55 E Second South street Room 3
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CAPrr coooqo j iA
RO 60 K1A1H STftEET s 0
S S1t Lake OXty XtcL1 i m 1d t >
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HSBER J GRANT President I I r C
0 WM B PRESTQN vjcopresidenu i S t tz 0
HEBER M WELLS Cashier tt o
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I 0 D X l I E o ir7o ftJiij 0
Joseph F Smith Onus S Burton 0 4 st 1j
Wm H Rowe Nepht W Clayton o o N 5 0
Abraham H Cannon Frank Y Taylor
0 Spencer Clawson Phild T Farnsworth I 0 0
Elias Morris Richard W Young >
0 Henry A V6olley 0
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0 Rc civcs deposits payable on demand
0 Loans money on approved security
Draws exchange on all principal points o
0 Pays 5 I per cent on savings deposits 0
0 Compounds interest thereon quarterly
And wants your business
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UTAH NATIONAL BANK
OF SAL r LAI E irs
Capi1al S c o I 200000
OFFICERS J > JL STOOTT President C W LYMAU VicePresident
ujiiumiu BOYD PAnic Cd VicePresident 0 A1 B JONES Cashier
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A DIRECTORS
C W Lyman Boyd Park j W II Lyon II R Evans A L William
iIS Jeuningj Louis Colin Bolivar Roberts A B Jones JM Stout
J T Clasbey Thomas Carter P L Williams J A Groesbeck IK Williams
S C EwIng Alex Rogers
A Ge1er011 Ba31ri1 13tsiru s Trar1saoted
Call md inspect our new Automatic Opening and Closing Vaults and Safes absolutely Fire
and Burglar Proof and Finest of the Kind West of Chicago Private Safes and Boxes for rant
by the month or year at Low Hates
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
TXTANTEDSTOCKTO PASTURE CLOSE
n in Enquire D James Co 67 S Main
s eet
TTANTEDTO TRADE SOME GOOD WINing
WAKTEDTO
Y ing property for general merchandise
stock Address B Herald office
TANTEDA THREE ROOM HOUSE UN
V furnished by a young couple Address I
A J this office
WANTEDTWO YOUNG MEN AS BOARD
n ers L D S preferred Apply to 143 S
Fourth East
ANTEDAT THE ORPHANS HOME
l Y and Day Nursery clothing for a little
girl five years of ago Leave at Mrs F D
KImballs 45 W First North street
STRAYED
CJTKAYED A DARK BROWN HORSE
I O branded R B on left shoulder Return to
Erank Kunkel 230 W Seventh South street
and get reward
HORSE PASTURE
THE BEST PASTURE IN THE COUNTY
JL is the old Pettit ranch For terms see
John Mills at ranch or the Midland Investment
company 177 South Main street
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE A BARGAIN FOURHORSE
1 Otto gas engine in good condition For
terms apply to Ackerman Co No 11 West
First South street or address box 4V5
FOR SALEIN TOOELE CITY OWNER
1 a corner lot of one and a quarter acres
free water right brick house good stable grape
vines fine trees etc A bargain only S12U
Apply to Jane Williams Tooele City or to 577
North First West Salt Lake city
PROSPECTIVE BUSINESS PROPERTY
A BARGAIN 70x155 FEET THIRD EAST
tj and Third South strrets for 88000 if sold
immediately W L Barret 9 W Second South
street
PROPERTY FOR SALE
MINES 1 FOR SALEI WILL SELL FOR
Lu 5100000 J only 25000 QasbLbalance mort
gage at 8per cent the six claims formerly the
property of the Waldron Consolidated Silver
Mining company situated at Mineral Point in
San Juan county Colorado All patented
Some development A very cheap property
Title perfect and guaranteed bona fide mines
no sham not simply holes In the ground
Address G L Morse 140 Nassau street New
York city 0
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FOE SALEMISCELLANEOUS
FOR TWOREVOLUXION BOOl
1 and news Campbell press Size of bed
37x52 speed perhour 1700 with Dexter folder
attached Will print and fold four or eight page
paper Only two years Jn use In thorough
good order Apply at the Herald for terms
TTIOR SALE A GOOD FAMILY HORSE
FOR
J harness and elegant twoseated surry
Apply to 403 First South St or at Nark Mo
Kimmins
FOR SALES150 WILL BUY A FINE
I horse new buggy and harness Inquire
at 379 Fifth street i
T71OR SALEONE MARE AND COVERED
FOR
JD buggy Apply at 375 N Sixth West street
FOR SALE ONE FIRST CLASS FAMILY
I baroucho and one set of double harness al
most new also a pony harness and new Stude
baker cart just bought Inquire at 111 Main
straet Mr Hardman
FOR I SALE SCO adobes cheap Enquire J
1 Wismar 878 W First South
FOR RENT
FOR RENTA SMALL WOODEN BUILD
1 ing suitable for work or paint shop Ap
ply at Spencer Clawson Co
FOR HUNT A FIUSTCLASS DINING
J room in a large house on North Main street
Address P O box 271
COLUMBIA HOUSE ROOMS BY THE DAY
COLUMBIA
U week or month House new neat and
clean Terms reasonable 242 W South Temple
FOR RENT FURNISHED APARTMENTS
i for gentlemen Cool airy comfortable adn
elegant Rates reasonable Inquire of Mrs
Watson Culmer block Salt Lake city
FOR RENT FOURROOMED HOUSE
1 with pantry and closets Apply 13 Apple
street
THOR RENTTWO FURNISHED ROOMS
FOR for licht housekeeping at 230
West Third North Apply for terms 2i2 W
Third North
11OR RENTNEW SIX ROOM BRICK
FOR
l house City water Jefferson street
Walkers addition Fourth ward Inquire on
premises
TOTOR RENTA SUIT OF FURNISHED
JL rooms suitable for two gcntemcn at 115 S
Fourth East 0
FOR RENT SIX AND SEVEN ROOM
1 house Inquire 71 N street
mO JRENT SIXROOMED NEW HOUSE
JL with city water in tho Twentieth ward
Inquire of Fred J May 51 East First South
TOORRENT A SUITE OF FURNISHED
FOR
JD rooms suitable lor two gentlemen Refer
ences Apply at No 115 South Fourth East
street city
FOR RENT PLEASANT FURNISHED
L rooms 205 E Second South
T71OR RENT A ROOM WITH USE OF BATH
FOR parlor in private house only two and
a half blocks from Main street suitable for one
or two gentlemen Address Room Herald
office
ofliceOR
TJOR It1 NfA FURNISHED ROOM TO
FOR
I 1 rent Apply 217 Seventh South Mrs
I Mitchell
I LOST I
LOSTBLACK SHETLAND PONY TWO
i LI years old ind one Jersey twoyearold
heIfer Leave at IfS South First East and be I
I rewarded 0
I I LOST GOLDHEADED UMBRELLA TN
JU the western part of town Finder will
I plea e leave at cityhall rooni 2 and be re I
warded
I NOTICE II I I
A LL PERSONS ARE HEREBY WARNED
j ALL the penalty provided by ofdjnanca I
not to remove the bodv of any dead animal or
I i 1ftv ihnodl ilr
offal or fllth of any description Without first
notifying the city scavenger who will Issue < di I
rectlons for itsdisposal 0 < i
0 WILLIAM SHOWELLJ
City Scavenger room 17 city hall
It I April 1718t v I
EIGHTY STONECUTTEilS llS YASIiPf i
I EIGHTY FIRST CLASS STONECUTTERS
L union men preferred can find immediate
employment with us Jostlng four or live
I months at good wages
wagesMAUTIN BKADDEH
I Uniondepot Ogden 0 Utah Yardrtwojblocks 0 ks south of I
EYIS98 pci Ct LYE
JJ Powdered and Per
0 fumed
PATENTED
0 I The strongest and purest
Lye made Will make 10
0 lbs of the best Perfumed
Hard Soap in SO minutes
tvitftoitt boiling It Is tint
lipsl disinfectingsinks
closets drains etc Pho
tographers and macbin
ibis uses Foundrymen
bolt and nut makers For
engineers as a boiler
cleaner and anttincrusta
tor For brewers and bot
0 tlers for washing barrels
i bottles etc For painters
10 remove old paints For
L washing trees etc etc
WiNNA SALT WG CO
0 Genl Agts Phila Pa
RECEIVERS SAtE OF SHEEP
PURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF TIlE
PURSUANT
JT supreme court of Utah territory in the
case of Jesus of the Christ United of Latterday States against Sitnts the and Church others
t will r celve sealed bids marked Proposals
for Sheep at my office No 79 West First
South street Salt Lake city Utah until Satur
day noon August 30 18UO for the purchase of
about
24000 Head of Good Stock Sheep
The sheep are in good order and herded In
different parts of Utah territory as follows
About 12000 head In four herds on Chalk
creek twenty miles east of Coal
yule Summit county In charge of
Receivers herders The above
sheep have been recently dipped
About 111 head of graded bucks near same
place
About 7000 head in charge of James B Hun
ter Mount Pleasant Sanpete
county
About 5000 head hi charge of Samuel Bennion
estate herded in Wasatch county
375 head in charge of Charles Peterson
hI Jn
i Herriman Salt Lake county now
herded near Waatch Summit
I county
Four 4 eneepherders wagons and covers
nearly new
Three 3 horses
Two 2 sets double harness
Two 1 herders tents
Two 2 No 7 cook stoves and camp outfit
for eight men now being used at the Receivers
herds on Chalk creak east of Coalville
Bidders will state a uniform price per head
for sheep and lambs
Bids will be received for separate and distinct
herbs of sheep as now herded in the different
localities or bids will bo received for the entire
lotBidders
Bidders will be required to give references as
to their ability to make good their contracts
and be ready to receive the sheep within three
days after acceptance of their bids Sheep to
be delivered at their respective herd grounds at
date of sale
TERMS OF SALE CASH
Onetenth of purchase money to bo paid on
acceptance of bfds and balance on delivery of
sheep
The right to reject any and all bids reserved
HENRY W LAWRENCE Receiver
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH July 31 1891
UTAH NONTAXABLE BONDS FOR SALE
mHE UNDERSIGNED WILL RECEIVE
THE at his office No 236 South Main street
Salt Lake city Utah between 12 oclock
noon of the 10th day of September
1690 and 12 oclock noon of the
10th day of October 1690 for one hundred
and seventytwo engraved negotiable coupon
bonds of Utah territory numbered from 12 < J to
300 inclusive each for the principal sum of one
thousand dollars with interest at five per cent
per annum payable semiannually the first
day of each January and July after date at the
Deseret National bank in Salt Lake city or at
the American Exchange National bank in New
York city The bonds arc dated July 11890 due
twenty years from date but all redeemable at
the option of the territory after ten years and
provision Is also made by law for redeeming
after ten years bonds of the highest numbers
then out to the amount of thirty thousand dol
lar or more whenever available funds to that
amount are in the treasury I
These bonds are part of a series of 300 of which
128 have been negotiated and the whole series Is
issued for building educational and charitable
institutions In accordance with legislative ap
propriations under the provisions of an net of
the governor and legislative assembly entitled
An act providing for the issuing and disposing
of territorial bonds approved March 13 IhHO
and reference is made to said act for details
Attention is called to the facts that besides
this series the territory has a bonded indebted
ness of only 8150000 that by an act of Congress
it is restrained from creating such Indebtedness
to an amount exceeding one per cent of its
laxedTalue and such indebtedness can be cre
ated only for charitable and educational pur
poses
These bonds are by law eMmpt from taxation for
any purpose inihin the territory and they cannot
be sold for less than par and accrued interest
and any and all bids may be rejected
Bids will be opened at 12 oclock noon of Oc
tober 101810 at the hOled aforesaid and sales of
the whole or any part or parIs of the bond
made to tho highest bidder or bidders who will
be required to give security to carry ut the
sale and if payment is deferred the interest
accumulating on the bonds during the time will
bo required The bonds will be sold under a
power in the law limited as to time and bid
ders are requested make examinations before
the day of bale and make their bids specific in
details The bonds can bo seen by proposed
bidders BOLIVAR ROBERTS
Territorial Treasurer
Dated August 2 1830
NOTICE TO WATER CONSUMERS
mHE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC IS
J herewith called to the following clause in
Section 15 of the Revised Ordinance in relation
to the Salt Lake city waterworks Sprinklers
for lawns sidewalks streets window and
fronts in the upper district must bo used only
between the hours of 0 and 0 oclock a m nail
4 and 8 oclock p m and in the lower district
between the hour of 8 and 10 oclock a at unit
0 and oclock p in during the months of July
August September October of each year
Thirty minutes time ditch duy shall bo allowed
for the sprinklIng each 190 square yards of
lawn in the upper district and twenty minutes
each day for the same urea in the lower dH
trict Anypcrdon violating anysOf the pro
iJbionsof this section shall on conviction be
fined in any sum not exceeding ten dollars
for the first offence and not exceeding twenty
dollars for each subsequent offense
A strict enforcement of this ordinano will
henceforth be obsei veil By order of the mayor
S LOUIS HYAMS
City Recorder
Salt Lake City July II 1890
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D seret National RanK I
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Paid Capital r r 250000
Surplus i 0 0 250000 I
FOHN SHARP PBEQIDEKT J IlIJ ti I
MOSES THATCHER VICEPRESIDENT t kI jf 10 t 0
0 j f L HILLS CASHIER 4 fqq 0 0
J 0 H S YOUNG ASSISTANT CASHISB
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JOHN SHARP MOSES THATCHER W W RITER
L R BARNES J T LITTLE J C CUTLER I
TAMES SHARP t HENRY DINWOODEY F W JENNINGS I i
D H PEERY L S HILLS 0 GEORGE ROMNBY
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RECEIVES DEPOSITS PAYABLE ON DEMAND I
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Safe Deposit Ms Mutely Burglar and Fireproof Rents 3 to 25 pal Year
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Francisco ChIcago SI Louis Omaa
San
and Sell5 Exchange on N w York
Buyand London and nil the irlnclpal Conineuthl C1t1o
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PROFESSIONAL CARPS Commercial national Bank I
DRESSLXERS1 I OF SALT LAKE CITY
tfISS S PAflnROvt
DRESSMAKING PARLORS J0by1ta1 d 25000000
ScottAuerbach building
JJ Booms > iand31
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R IK BIELE FROM PARIS
NCH HAIRDRESSER AND SPECIAL General Banking in All Its Branches
I FR i t in Bang Cutting Curling Singeing etc
HairShampooing
etc Ladies I and Childrens
I DIRECTOR
I dono with my latest Invented method Hair
dressing and Manicure Parlors room 16 Scott Thomas Marshall F H Auorbach
I Aucrbach building I John J Diy W i Noble
ATTORNEYS I
JAS IL fflQYLE I
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AfTb
JEYATLAW
BOUNTY ATTORNEY ATTCP
COUNTY Street Hooper Li Eldredgo Block I
MAURICE HI KAIbiiK
A TTORNEYATLAW
JJi Rooms 4 5 and 6 Tribune building corner
West Temple andSecond South streets
M E MENANY
TTORNEYATLAW PROGRESS BUILD
tl ing Fourth floor
J B SUTHERLAND
A TTORNEYAr LAW
ATTORNEYArLA Block
ARTHUR BROWH
A TTORNEYATLAW
JA Romney Block
F E BARKER
A TTORNEYATLAW NO 213 MAIN
ArTORNEYATLAW 0
A street upstaIrs
DW DRIUBS JR
A TTORNEYATLAW
A Over Utah Commercial and Saving Bank
24 E First South street
RICHARD W YDUfm
A TTORNEYATLAW
A Herad Building Up Stairs
FRANKLINS RICHARDS J
A TTORNEVATLAW
A 49 Main Street Hooper Eldredgo Block
A IL SAWYER
TNVESTMENT ATTORNEY SPECIAL AT
I tention given to the settlement of estates
and the examination of land titles Rooms 5
and C Wasatch building Salt Lake city Utah
SW DARKE
A TTORNEYATLAW
t T o rt fftWOTT
LJ l UUU JllitUluuy
LJRoom 6 Culmer Building Salt Lake City
BAR LII W FERGUSON
A TTORNEYATLAW
it 49 Main St Hooper Eldredge block
EDWIHW SENIOR
T AND ATTORNEY
LAND Salt Lake City
Office 60 07 and 68 pulmer Building First
South street
STENOGRAPHERS
0 F E ISCURRIH
A LL KINDS OF SHORTHAND AND TYPE
ii writing Progress building Dealer in
Remington typewriters and supplies
DENTISTS
EYE EAR HOSE THROAT
QPECTACLES ACCURATELY FITTED
O Drs Freeman Burrows front rooms 17 and
18 Scott Auotbach building
DR J THOMAS
ENTAL PARLORS HERALD BUILDING
DENTAL
MUSICIANS
MAQSIUS niSQH
TEACHER OF GUITAR AND VIOLIN
TEACHER of Olsons Band 85 M St or music
stores
PROF ANDRE INTERPRETER
111USIa LANGUAGES AND FENCING
MUSIC
43 E Second South and all musio stores
WCGLIVE
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fTtKACHER OF PIANO ORGAN t VIOLIN I
JL i3 South First West I
MISCELLANEOUS I
PROF L DERGIGER
OptIcian t5 E 2d Sth
Spectacles j accurately
< cxnmined
SPENCER RYWATER ft CO
miNNERS ROOFING AND FPOUTING A
JL specialty Opposite city hall
ElliS FVAHS t PALMER
TIAILROAD CONTRACTORS AND BUILD
Ka i ers Grading ditching and Excavating
Street grading a specialty Estimates fur
nished Correspondence solicited OU e 1S1
S Main street Salt Lake city
HEBER J GRAIIT 1L CO
lilmE AND LIFE INSURANCE
EIRE Office HERALD Building
JiUJH HELD
TYESIGNER AND ENGRAVER I
DESlGNElt Parry Co 45 S West Temple
WHITE UlfUR I
A RCHITECTS AND SUPERINTENDENTS
ARCHITECTS and 411 Progress building Salt
Lalte city
MRS C LOUISE BOYDE1I
mEACHER OF DELSAUTE AND PRAC
JL tical elocution Classes now forming Also
private lessons Special terms 10 summer
pupils Apply at 230 W Second South
CALL TELEPHONE 450 FOR MESSENGERS
WE HAVE ESTABLISHED A FIRST
WE class messenger serif ce and are prepared
to furnish messengers on call day or night
Bonded messengers constantly hand A safe
will be furnished for valuables Lightning
mi tl
Messenger Service company 03 W Second
South street
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Scrip cal Twnsites OO i
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scry ttIero aie OPS EULERS
GUlDEj 124 pp price c1y 25d pastaga stamps
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6th 7th Books of Moses
iOnS Lost Friend Alden
UII Magnet Whlto and
BtackMaJIeSlIentFrlendJ
Book of Nature Secreta Ot
eJJong Unveiled Divlnlns
0 Rod to find Gold Silver
g3n Ir
0 and Hidden Treasure Cir
culars only S eta Address
B G STAUFFEB Bach
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i ueorge W Downey usury ti liaich
i Vice President President
l Moylan C Fox D C Bacon
John W Donnellan Cashier
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i National Bank of the Republic
I Capital 500000
Progress Building Salt Lake City
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DIRECTORS
FRANK KNOX PresiIT F MnriiOY
dent J G StrrnBiirjAN
L 0 KAimicK Vice H L A Cur 1EIt
President G S HOLMES
J A EARLS Cashier EMANUEL KAIIS
GEOKGE A LOWE
A General Banking Business Transacted
Capital Fully Paid 40000000
Union tiational Bank
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
Transacts a General Banking Business
Safe Deposit Vaults Fire and
Burglar Proof
Rents from to 25 prannnill
T TT A
T R WALKER PRESIDENT
M H WALKER VICEPRESIDENT
M J CHEESMAN CASHIER
L H FARNSWORTH ASSTCASHIER
J R WALKER JR ASSTCASHIER
McCorniek Co
BANKERS
SALT LAKE CITy UTAH
I Careful attention given to the sale of Ores and
Bullion Wo solicit consignments guaraa
anteeing highest market price
COLLECTION MADE AT LOWEST RATES
ACTIVE ACCOUNTS SOLICITED
CORRESPONDENTS
New YorkImp and Trad Nat Bank Cheml
cal Nat Bank Kountze Bros
Chicago Commercial Nat Bank
I San Francisco First Nat Bank Croaker
Woodworth Nat Bank
I Omaha J I Omaha Nat Bank
St Louis State Bankof St Louis
I Kansas CityNat Bank of Kansas City
Denver Denver Nat Bank City Nat Banfe
London EnglandMessrs Martin Co 33
Lombard Street
T K JONES S J LYNN
T R Jones Co
BANKERS
Sat La1ce CJty Utal1
BANK OF SALT LAKE
General Banking
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Business Trans cted
ctedI I
Francis Armstrong M E CUmmings
President CashIer
DUIECTORS
F Armstrong P Madsen
ivar Roberts T W Ellerbeck
T s W Jennings George M Cannon
Dr Jos S Richards O H HarJy
M E Cummings
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COMMERCIAL AM SAVINGS
> R X KT 1C
SALT LAKE CITY
CAPITAJ < 20000000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Five per cent interest paid on savings deposits
L0BX18 oxx Rea1 Es ate
SALT LAKE VALLEY
LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
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Money to Loan on Real Estate and other Good
Securities on Short and Long Time
llIRECTOHS
O j SALISBURY FRANK H DYER
President VicePresident
W S MCCOKNICK GEOHGE M DOWNEY
S BAMBEnGEti JOHN A GROESBECK
EMANUEL KAHN M It EVANS I
G M CrjstMiNG Secretary
S H FiEkrfs JR Treasurer
Real Estate Mortgages guaranteedby the com
pany for sale
Office Daft BuildIng upstaIrs No 12tfMaln St 0
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IELLS FARGO COS
BANK
t Salt Lake City Utah
JCtBTABLiS ED 18S8
Transacts a General Bunking Business
I J E DOOLY CASHIER
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ZIONS SAVINGS BANK
w Woonnu T irr IiT W 11T 0 BH ScmrrrrlA
President 1J iII JiL JIC s IL 9 AssbrtantCasMw 0
ROS11 3 and 6 S East Temple cor South Temple Salt 1ai Citj 1tit
Commercial Savings Business
0Attenied to with Care and Dispatch
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SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
nnRECT ORS
Wilford Woodruff George Q Cannon Joseph F Smith
Angus M Cannon James Jack Le Grand Young
TG Webber H Clawson George Reynolds
0 pu Kfnds ox BaDking Business
UNIONPACIFICSYSTEN
I OUNTAIN DXVISiIO
The cny line carrying the United States Overland Ban
Direct Connections tetween all Points North and Eat t
S NEW TIME CARD JULY 28 1890
utah Centra1 District
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Passenger Trains Arrive at and Leave Salt Lake City Daily a
0 Follows
FROM THE NORTH I GOING NORTH
1 Atlantic Fast Mail and Utah North
Atlantic Fast Mail 3 0am em Local 810 am
Park City and Utah Northern LocaltOfO am Local Express 13 pm
Atlantic Express 1233 pm Park City Portland Butte and Atlan
Portlane and Butte Fast Mail 730pm tic Express 500pra
Local Express 720 Pm
FROM THE SOUTH GOING SOUTH
Milford Express 945 am Lehi Provo Juab Eureka and Ironton
Lehi Provo J nab Irouton and iureka j Express 710 am
Express aul 415 pm I j Milford Express u 415 pm
U1ah eyd Distric1
GOING WEST I I FROM WEST
Through mixed daily Express Sundays 810 am Through mixed daily Express Sundays 345 pm
0 For Garfield Beach daily time card see local advertisement
EQUIPlET
The Atlantic Fast Mall leavin Ogden at 915 am is equipped with Pullman Palace Sleep
San Francisco to Chicago Pullman Palace Sleeper Salt Lake to Chicago Day Coaches 3
Salt Lake to Omaha
The Atlantic Express leaving Ogden at 630 pm is equipped with Day Coaches and Through
Dining Car to Council Bluffs Pulman Palace Sleer Denver to Council Bluffs Pullman
counci But8
Palace Sleeper Salt Luke to Cheyenne This i through sleeper to St Louis Pullman
Colonist Sleeper San Francisco to Council Bluffs
C F RESSEGUIE n S W ECCLES I
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Genera Manager General Passenger Ag nt
TAKE
TAKET
Chicago iwalee I II I I
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St Paul Railway
FOR ALL POINTS EAST
It Is the only line running sold Vestlbnlo
Electric Lighted Steam Heated trains between
Chicago Milwaukee and Council Bluffs Omaha
St Joseph Kansas City and Sioux City
All trains composed of Pullman magnificent
magficent
Sleeping Cars and
The Finest Dining Cars in the World
Forfurther information apply nearest ticket
office or ALEX MITCHELL
I Commercial Agent
I 233 So Main St Salt Lake City
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TDRD GAUGE
EASTBOUND TRAINS No2 No 4
Atlantic Atlantic
Mail Express
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Lv Ogden 90am 540 pro
Ar Salt Laimn 104Tjain i53pm I
Lv Stilt Lakeu l03am 71 < pm
Ar Provo 12M pm 9 ° 0pm I
Lv Provo nn I350pm QrOpm
Ar GreenRlver GMOpm 450 om
Lv Green Rlyer un 7 Oom 4VJam
1 Ar r Muiuctum 1 1 J ui > 931 am1
Ar Pueblo n 303 pm 200am
A Denver 745pm 715am
WESTBOUND TRAINS Nol No 3
i Pacific Pacific I
I I leE
I Lv Denver U 800 am 8910 pin
Lv Pueblo l30pm 1210 am
I 15 itd uatltn 1 nl IJprn
Ar GreenRIver ll 5am 151pm
Lv Green Riyeru 1 5iam 14 pr
Ar Provo u 65 pm IMiam
Lv Provo u5 pm 710am
A SaltLake J > ipm 9 r am
Lv Salt Lalteu H43pm I 5 am
Ar Ogden 10cOpm 1040 am
LOCAL TRAINS SALT LAKE AND CODES
Lv Salt Lake 8SO 925 am and4TOHjjpra
Return ar Salt Lake 1043 am 1210 pm i35
J I pr and 840 pm
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tOCAb TRAINS IUNGHAM AND WASATCH
Lv Salt Lake 740 am hot ur S Lake 4 20 pm
Pullman Palace and Buffet Bleeping Cars oa
all Through Trains 0
DO DODGE J H BENNETT
General Manager Gen Fit Pass Agt
General Offices Salt Lake City Utah
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Buildings Portraits Advertising Cuts Color
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LEGAL NOTICE
IjN THE PROBATE COURT IN AND FOR
Jl Salt Lako county territory UtahIn tho
matter of the estate of jouu Maibn deceased
1 Notice Notice is hereby given that Josepn
Musters administrator witu the will annexed
of the estate of John Masters deceased has
rendered for settlemjnt and filed in said
court his final account of his administration of
f said estate and petition forlinal distribution of
t the residue of said estate ampng the persons en
titled thereto and that Monday the 1st day of
0 Septeiiiber A D 1890at 10 oclock a m at the
I 0 court room of said court in tho county court
house Salt Lake city and county Utah territory
has been duly appointed coutt judge of said
p r
R an
t i court for the settlement of afj account and
hearing said petition for distribution at which
time and place any persons interested In said
estate may any show cause if any there
II be why said account should not be bottled and
j approved ° and final distribution made as prayed
fOiated July 251890JOHN
JOHN C CUTLER
I Clerk of tho Probate Court
By JOHN I NEBEKEK Denuty
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Utah Central Railway
TL E CAD
In Effect June 21 1890
Passenger Trains leave and arrive at Salt Lake
I City and Park City daily as follows
I SALT LAKE CITY
Train 1 leaves 8th South and Main St 730 am
I 3 o t 500 pm
o arrives I I I 1000 am
4 4 I 7
730pm
PARK CITY
Train 1 arrives Park City1000 ara
3 arves Ctylom
I 2 leaves I 733 am
O 4 I I B00pnj
FREIGHT TRAINS
Leave Salt Lake at n30 am
Arrive Sali uu 315 pm
Leave Park City at uu 1100 am
Arrive I u M 400 pm
No Passengers carried on Freight Trains
PASSENGER RATES
Between Salt Lake City and Park City
Single Faa 200 Round Trip 300
J H YOUNG Manager
1 J MACKINTOSH
Gen Freight and Pass Agent
LEGAL NOTICE
TN THE PROBATE COURT I AND ron
JL Salt Lake county territory of Utah In tho
matter of the estate of JGU 1 smitu de
ceased Notice Notice is hereby given that
Fraucij V 1 hi m administrat r of the estate
of khyi 1 S > i deceased has rendered for
settlement and filed in said court his final ac
count of hi administration of said estate and
petition for final distribution of theresidue ol
said estate among the person entitled thereto
and that rli n i the lt day of rootomuer
AD1800 at 10 oclock am at the courtroom of
said court in the county court house Salt Lake
c ty and county Utah territory has been duly
appointed by tho judge of said court for the
settlement of said account and hearing said pe
itiun for distribution at which time and place
any person Interested In said estate may appear
and show cause i any there be why said ac
count should not be settled and approved and
final distribution made as prayed for
Dated Augusu 1890
Augus000JOHN C CUTLER
Clerk of the probato court
By JOHN L NEESKEK Deputy
LESAL NOTICE
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF THE
1 county of Salt Lake territory of Utah
In the matter of the estate of Heman
Hyde deceased Order to show cause why
order of sale of real estatc should not be made
Rosel Hyde VViilard L Snow and William
hyde the executors of the last will and
testament of Heman Hyde deceased having
bavl
filed their petition herein duly verified praying
for an order il sale of a portion of the real es
tate of said decedent for the purposes therein
set forth it is therefore ordered by tho judge of
said court that all persons Interested in the es
tate of said deceased appear before the said
probate court on Wednesday the 27th day of
August 1800 rt 10 oclock in the forenoon of said
day at the court room of said probate court at
the county courthouse In the city and county of
Salt Lake Utah territory to show cause why
I an order should not be granted to the said
I executors to sell so much of the real
estate of the said deceased at private rea
shall be necessary and that a copy of this order
be published at least four successive weeks In
I THE SAL LAKE HER a newspaper printed
and published in said city and county
Dated July 251S90
G W BARTCH Probate JUdge
TERRITORY op UTAH 1
COUXTT OF SALT AKE f s
I John C Cutler clerk of the probate court
in and for the county of Salt Lake in the terri
tory of Utah do hereby certify that the foregoing
ing is a full true and correct copy of the order
I to show cause in the cOiY the estate of
H otnan Hyde deceased a appears of record
in my office
I In witness whereof I have hereunto set
i my hand and affixed the seal of sold
I SEALcourt this 5th day of July AD 18CO
JOHN 0 CUTLER
I Clerk of the Probate Court
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NOTICE
OFFICE SOUTH JORDAN CANAL Co
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH f
ATOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT A
1 meeting of the directors held August 9
18CO an assessment of one dollar per share wan
levied upon the capital stock of the corpora
tion payable to the secretary at the companys
office No 49 Main street Any stock upon
which this assessment may rein unpaid on
the STth day of September 1890 will be de
linquent and advertised for sale at public auc
tion and unless payment is made before will
be sold on the 11 th day of October to pay the
delinquent assessment together with the cost
of advertising and expensed cf sale
G A GIBES Secretary
No 49 S Main street Sat Lake City Uta
Dated August 18
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DIED
EASTON In this city August 10 at 8 pm of
general debility Elizabeth McMurrinEaston
aged 70 years
Funeral will be held at 2 oclock today at
ICON Main street Friends invited to attend
EUAt Salt Lake city August 111890 John
L Hell in the tEd year of his age The funeral
will take place on Wednesday the 13th day of
August taSO at 2 cock pm at the First
Presbyterian church Interment at Mt
Olivet
Friends of the family are invited to attend
Without further notice John Hell the subj et
nf this sketch was born in Germany on tho 27th
flay of May isa At an early age with his
lathers family he came to the United States
the family bottling Pennsylvania When he
re to mans estate upon the settling of the
western territories ho became one of the early
f cttlers and pioneers sharing in the privations
hardships and dangers incidental to life in the
then distant west He was engaged freighting
over the plains before tho advent of railroads
0 when their building was deemed impracticable
Ue afterwards engaged extensively In mining
In the year Ji57 he found a congenial friend in
the person of Miss Albertina Piper who became i
his wife and faithful companion until his eyes
0 were closed in death lathe year I8i3 the family
Bottled in the city of Salt Lake whero the
family have since continued to Uve
Mr hell was the founder of the Mountain Ice
company the business of which has grown to i
Immense proportion In this he was ably I
aided and assisted by his wife to whom much
of his success if to be attributed Mr Heil was
always regarded as an able and honest man
Bud one vhosc kindness of heart and philanthropy
Ihr By his strict attention
thropy was proverbial strct atmtion
to buhiic he has been enabled to leave to his
surviving wifcand chidreu a handsome compe
tency
He leaves surviving him his widow Mrs Al
bertina Heil and children John Hen and Jose
phine ileslckA FRiEND

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