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   Salt Lake Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - September 25, 1873, Salt Lake City, Utah                                MLT LAKE UTAH THUESDAY IT is agreeable to beassured upon SQOd autjvority ip all thje tooiible frrerhikeh WmnbfeiWrtHEifet ern banks no failure has occnned banking h ave been d oing csafe legitimate Imsiness and the sns jiensions that have occurred will not distur pleased to note that far tie minterous failures of banks in Xcw York has failed to affect the stock boaWl in San Tranciseo the least It is not probable tliat tlic financial disas ter East will produce aiiy appreciable mnsernthntcityorSaltXake FINNCIAL The Treasury Purchases Bonds to the Amount of Nearly Ten ForeignGold Flowing in to Strengthen Our Financo IT is singular that the New York HeraId lias not interviewed Willijun Shakespeare on the second liassotoothing to say about he has about and it is reassuring to the CSsarstartled sonl of the too Aitanner will last wiys So if third ternrlie it long x ft THE Louisville isad dicwdto leVity miu but occasionally itimakessa sooer sug gestionoTreaKvaiue The following is an example The parties who are in Jhe Nathan murderer have ablobdy shirt n the brands of a Chicago detective Let the whole of Chicago bbe hanged JJoji may not tKerebypiimsbthe murderer otifathan fciibyoa wjlljlipad the bad many thpu flonds of people who are just as Better Reeling titiul the Bank Able to Take of Tliernscjves The Crowds Angry in Brooklyn Beiwise They Deposit It is fortnnate for the Savings Insti tutions iu Xew York that they have a itoft and Broad streets are ciowded today Consid jCtable excitement wais mused by the minor of oilier failures Howes A Rnspendea this morning and this tuWedto the general alarm Con sidbrablc business Was done among brokers oh the street and many mem bnrs of the Exchange notwithstanding tirePresidents order are engaged buy ing and transactions all being eanied on on a cash basis purchase of bonds by tlie Treasury thns far amounts to 000 The Clearing Association has agreed to issue ten million additional loan certificates to the bnnls THF Tliere is a more or less run on every savinip bankin the city but the thirty days notice rule has been generally adopted There is no of the Janks becoming embarrassed at pres ent at the present rate of paying checks it would fake months todratvthe deposits a run of three Vre Wirvtog out terms of from hvo to ton State penitentiary in the United States for bigamy while in tJiah tluit erinin and liiiblnsUingly practised V vf hy is it that by TJnited States is crime and yet no atfempt made at enforcement Why are the rights oi persons who do not embrace a certainJaith molated by rtnjnst discrimination inthe admin istratiou of law in this Territory financial centers on account of the ii debtedness for American produce am it is stated that it will tend to strength eri aiid restore t Congress of 4tlic the ngfitV oMbi citizens amivindicate the dignity of its laws spit upon s J W f T t W tij THE LATEST COXCEKJfiXfi OAT TAIS 3i jnaybe re roiiEiox qotn thirty daysnotice be advices here fore withdrawing iloixwits Tliis gives j from abroad state that the How of spe tho bankers time to fortify eommenced from the foreign by calling in logins and placing them SeVyesSn a cpmEticjn to The telegraph announces that there is i jnore or less of a rnn npori every say ingsbank in the city New morning com mittee of the Stock Exchange met a IVHv this morning and derided not t open the Stock Exchange today T1 Secretary of the Board issued an ordoi for the Exchange not to lc opened nn til fnrUier orders Gold a to this morniiig purchases of bonds by the Treasury amounted tr Howes inWall street hilvc concluded in view of Ui present condition of iinaucial attairs in tlie to pay no more ent ON SAVTMOS BANKS Brooklyn was quite a rush at the OldjBfooklyn Savings Bank to day but thepfficers took no advantage of their rigfit to demand thirty days notice and paid all who presented ciaimf Therewas considerableescite ment tbias morning and over 200 per sons the doors of the bank A majority of these could not was much safer in the bank and a great many were much annoyed because they could not get a chance to deposit money The Long Island Sayings Bank availed itself of the right tpritate thirty days time before paying depositors and thereby prevented a TIFvESCiTEMENT New X6rk affairs on Wall street muchtliesame as The Stock Exohihge reiuftins the Gold Boom is ppan At Gold Exchange there Iwtonothinglilio the excitement on the fevv previous days It was zMinounccd that Howies Maej1 had siispended caused excitement and a general feeling of anxiety was perceptible Howes Macys suspension was caused run on tliemin coin in oonse giience of a loss of confidence They tlecline making astatement at present C Burners were circulated today of tlic FAILUKr OF DKY GOODS but aninqniry at tlieleading firms failed to corroborate the report They say business is goodt takingeyerytliing Stewart Claflin andotherlarge feids ap prehend nothing from the cri sis At tlie tlie business bousesthere wasbutlittle excitement afloat involymg the names noted houses in the and hardware trade the tradeis not affected Hun dreds 6jf Western and Southern mer chaufe are now in town who have been seriously affected by the panic and Scarcely Know liow to proceed Im portersand jobbersoi retort feel it keenly j Tmr OTiieagp sitnnJion is unchanged although of the renewed excitement m Tew SprkTiai a corresponding effect on the banks here as elsewhere causingVliem to adopt flie policy ol extreme caution Juirit thefi to of tiicil with the pistol hand having passeclthrouglitlie eye andin the brain wife is living th there are some hopes her recovery TEecanse of the ijua rel is notyet known The couple wei out driving yesterday afternoon an Jiave appeared falive happily logethe Parker was a gentleman of larf wealth and is well known in PhUade phm Tile suicide andattempted mu Jer took place abpnt one oclock MISCELLANEOUS Threatened Eaid xni the Texa BorGer the Greaseis The Little Arningeiiient Sudden ly Teniinates A Rongli Hoad to Truvel in th Fever Districts Modern Cliivulry Not Vet Defiiuc in Virginia The Keimhlieiin Candidate foi Oovenior Will Probably OnryesterdnVs clispatcnes contmn a cWilrJam Mtoton second mate of the Polaris wliich gives cur rency again paiuiul reports re vjoisoning of Captain Hall while Arctic regions is irt deed humiliating common hu manity thafinicli tilings cbiild be bri lieved of beings in Hie form of men nnder and on this account we hope that the statements may prove unfounded This illstarred expedition wliich started out with dis cord mutiny may yet furnish material for a tragedy enacted within the eternal snow and ice of the polar circle which might become a i The jxrlil will fullest investigation of tliese dark 111 THE MAGAZISES foy Octbbei comeStdns Tritii a able of contents not less varied addlinjacesting than tfioseSve hayejjiiid xicasion to note in the pages of pre Intte ijirmg EiqliaHl Jarant TVlute considers in rather a caustic vein a little English work entitled Ie of False Philol by Fitxedward Hall whicli will prptbaKjjaeel a rejoinder from goafleman The The Wethers is continued Tlie ailicle i xm exSecretary Wella1 called Mr Lincoln d by its secondary title of Re juarksin tlie Charles Praueis Adams on the late W H the other notice able coi tents of the number may be Words and a sketch of venturer Cagliostro two short stories AFoolish and AnApple of tlie Lead Sea a readable histoiy ol theatricals of the past entitled rThe Was and several poems Paul H Hayne Miiigaret T ton MarjB Dodge andotliers Magazine for October con tains n uuniber of interesting and some valuable The third jjajier on General Shermanin Enrqive and the East loses nothing of the instrnctive ness of articles on the same subject have preceded it Ladys Enteipriio will be read eagerly by women1 who like to knowhowii Widow can get along nicely if she turns her iitteutiou reaiiug of fowl for the sake of supporting her fOTjjvhildren is a veiy entertaiumt leguiut of the year 1510 and iiithe i Hcmeof Paul aud we ii duliglittul picture of the Island of Mauritius the scene of St Pierres Oeneral Maroys Detective Pinkerton is perhaps a tritie too appre ciative of a man who won his eiiitnehcc in his profession almost wholly by his ability to read and write yet it is not devoid of interest and even valuable matter Charles Reades Simpleton goes Mr Keades later novels have gone along making one think that the authors best work was done some years ago Kmilio Castclar continues his very valuable papers on The Kepubli ean itovernoDt in Kurouet and the Recollections of an Old Stager lose nothing in amusinsroess although their real interest is at least pucstionable ex cept to antiquaries Then follow the Jiasy Scientific about in the usual readable aad not overpoaderous style Thenumber is a sood one comparing well with any of its Jate predecessors Oninquiry it wits ascertained that all the banksare on a gppd fqotingv They niade settlements more jnpmptly today than usual The hour for settlement at cloariug time is one oclock bnt today eveiy bank had made its settleineut at aquarter before oneocloak CBIMINAMTIES A Woman Fiend Kills Thirty in Horrible Murder and Suicide In Fhiludelpliia Brooklyn was before the grand Jury today when he said he would make a full statement no matter who was implicated btute meut has not been made public New York startling euse of baliy farming has just been discovered the principal being Mrs EBen Eob erts aid East TliirryEighth street A neighbor testified that no less than thirty children of tender age had died in Mrs Roberts house in five months She wns arrested today MtTIiDER AND SriflDK Philadelphia terri le tragedy was committed here Last night in the TwentySeventh Ward Thomas 35 Parker residing at Kensington Avenue shot his wife the ball taking effect in the eye and glanced ward is supposed to have shot himself police on entering the house found him lying on his bed Kairvieiy Firod on 1 Bloody Reds EX WAN AND YELLOW TACK Washington 24 Gen Barney agent of theTreasury arrived ere diiwt from Texas The Cjuaran tine of towns and cities in that Ktnto nrf o rigid that he found it dilliault to ibtain transportation from point to joint the running of trains and othei nouns of communication being almost ntirely suspended in consequenceof he scare among the people nccasoned jy the prevalence of fever n some sections of tlio Hen says that at flie time he MuijcQ what called a brigade of soldiers fully but containing only about 300 men who threatened to MAKE Ar 3U1D into Texaw in retaliation for the one lately made into Mexico by the United States forces The assert that there arc two sides to tlie matter of de predation along the Hio Grande and thatr are willing to admit that in the nature of cattle stealing are by lawless bands of desperate Mexicans who cross th Bio Grand and drive across a few cattle there are similar outrages committed by persons belonging in flie United cross into Mexico and steal horses and mules from Mexican them back to Texas citizens and take By the vigilance It such leaf tobacco that of the United States forces under Gen Hatch this practice has lately been effectually broken up A TH7ET OX THE TAPIS Washington from Southwestern Virginia is to the effect that a chance for another duel is to be afforded It seems that Col Hughes tho Republican candidate for Uov that he was a secessionist prior to the war and that the guerrilla Colonel Mosby who is strongly op posed to Hughes took upon himself the task of proving that Hughes was a secessionist which letters he will pro duce it1 necessary Mosby remarked to an acquaintance a day or two ago that he could prove tljat Hughes was a se cessionist and if Hughes denies it HE IS A LIAK 1 am responsible for what I say A card containing the language above mentioned will probably bo pub lished in a Richmond paper tomor row Should the received regardingthecharacter of THE VXPIKASANTSESH between Mosby and Hughes prove to be unfounded it is believed by per sons who know both parties that on affair of honor will certainly grow out of it are both said to fight ing men and a challenge to fight would be accepted by either The Commissioner of Internal Rev enue holds that the liability to pay taxes by dealers In leaf tobacco does not attach of purchasing Any person1 may purchase leaf tobacco at a sheriffs sale or directly of the far mer or from any other person without liability to pay a special tax Itissellinf creates liability CKISTISS STRIKE A SUCCESS York strike ended today injn tliework nen The employers acceded to their demands FIKKE INDIANS Failview a young man was form horse on the hills west of own yesterday some to be anIndian fired four or live shots at from the thick cedars Some men went out but no Indians could be seen A footmark supposed to be an Indians was seen yesterdaymorning p east New York Herald special from London says William Morton second mate of the who dis covered the open sea of Kane in 1S34 md is among the rescued of the Bud lington puty has made a statement the death of Captain Hall vhcm be attended personally up to the moment of his death Hall returned in the 24ih of October 1871 in perfect irtdth from a jourjiey north in dog 4elges ori which trip hewas accom by Hnbbnrd C Chester chief uate and two Joe anil Jhristian After Hall had 1 a short ime in the cabin he took some coffee aid immediately after became sick and Hall saidthey wern poistm ug him Morton it is evident be ievesasHall did He also suspects he subsequent medical treatment Morton has violent feelings against Dr Bissell which may color his judgment UliSOLVTlOXS At it meeting of delegates compos ng a committee of the united Italian issorintiuiis resolutions were adopted jetiUouiug Cougirss and the Htite and the Municipal Gov ernment to pass laws for the entire supression of the traffic in Italian children and that it be made a criminal ffence ruoiLKTIf St Louis is on the street Jiciay without a mark JlcCoole is suf ering fiom the terrible beatinff he got ind is disfigured for life Allens next ight is with Ben Hagan of Pittsburg or whicli takes place near here ive weeks hence Warm Sjinpatlijin England fo New York Tew Million Dollars Proftem the Unfortunates SUBSTANTIAL financial panic ii Sew York awakened a warm and gen emus feeling of sympathy amon financial men in this city and piepara tions are being made to ship im mediately to gold coin The feeling is universal that immediate steps should be taken to relieve tlie present embarrassed sitna tion of finances in New York OONE rr Clewes Habicht bankers n Jus city suspended payment bnt ii wat not known until a late hour thi afternoon when it created great excite meutamong the banks The presidents uare passed a resolution soliciting the president to prepay ontstan7ing Unitei Statesbonds duo on Jniumry 1st 1874 LONDON OTOCKS London are quiet and nominal York advices are ooked for with anxiety Railroad shares are quoted at p securities are trong Consols remain unchanged Uonds of 1SG7 are firmer at 05V bid new 5s 90i 95lfe95f JOj bid Krie steadier ac The French loan is quoted at 7s er cent minimum The news from New York causes a more quiet feeling here and the prices t UnitedStates bonds are a shade iasier FEEL IT London American financial opdition has created no excitement lere It did not have any perceptible neat upon commerce London special dispatch rom Alicante of a later date than that rom Madrid denies that the insur ents have leff there They are yet u and will commence the ombardment of the city tomorrow SLAIX APlOINTED CAPTAINGENERAL Madrid Gen Covellar has been ppointed CaptainGenera of Cuba lee Pieltain recalled CASUALTIES Vrible Explosion and Probable Loss of Life cstiiietioii of Woolen iind Cot ton Mills by Fire DKSItOYED J1V PIIO PhilmlelpUiti eotton anil oolen mills of Kelly JIcKenzic were sstroyed by Hre tliis morning Tlie nchinory itnil material with the bnild g is a total loss Insurance EXILOSTON Tersey City terrible expio m which will probably result in tho sr of two lives occurred in Weoliaw en last night A father iiinl sou arned Digcne are the injured parties XO 13s FOE SALE Household Furniture and Goods OF THE REV THOS W HASKIW8 IN THE WATTS PROPERTY 20rn BECLOSED OUT THIS WEEK YV it private sale All strong durable and in good m use only ono or years Exhibited with price list on tile premises se25b5fi BUSHELS OF CHARCOAL FOR SALE NOTICE TN THE SUPltEME COUUT for the Dis i trict of Utah In the matter of David an delsigned gives notice of his appointment as assignee of JJ and M Auerbach of Oie city of Alta in the county of Salt Lake and Ter ritory of Utah within saiddistrict who have been adjuilsccl bankrupts upon a creditors petition by the Supreme Court of said district DANIEL R FIRMAN sc2jbu2 Assignee TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN A IjP PERHOXS ABE CAUTIONED L V against pnrchusing tlie Kicbraond Mine sitimed in Big Canyon or the ore tlierefrom or aay as original owners WM W LOWE SAMDEL MEKKILL JAS E Go to Hale Laimans ron Choice Wines Liquors e25b53 We Have GH IlniKl aiil READY FOR SHIPMENT Two hundred thousand busliela Charcoal Trtiich wewill load on the cars for Twelve and a Half Cents Per Bushel Coin PAYABLE AS LOADED Itapplication is made in time to get it ofi fore falling weather commences SISSOS WALLACE k CO Trnokee gept 13th 1873 sep23baii FOS SALE B MINING MILLING AND BUILD ERS HARDWARE ASSAYERS MATJ5RIAZJS FiVXES AD CRUCIBIES d E POMEEOY OIK SUBURBAN LOTS 50s aiv BECKER KANSAS PACIFIC RAILWAY The lirert ami ONLY ALL RAIL R 0 TITi Via Cheyenue aud Donver CITY TOJET STORE IX MATTIIIKSNEIVS BLOCK se2f ROOMS THE CL1FT HOUSE TO LET witb or without board WANTED good steady men IJ at tbo Gernmnia Smelting and liefmin orks Inqnire at the oflioo in Knubiill Hock IHST NATIONAL BANK THE Albany Journal is of the opinion hat tlie people think a vear itite enough for the average jucmbcr if Confess Averaging them care iilly their vixlne will bo found onsidcrably less The same paper be ievcs the first duty of the Forty hird Congress to be to repeal the salary aw and thereby bury out of sight a n great AtX CITY or Hie Vntted States WARREN Authorized Paidup DIVIDEND IN 1871 50 PER IN 1872 SO PER CENT Oldest Banking Institution in Utah General Banking Business Transacted Agencies Iu Colorado nml Montnun Promptly Atteiidpd to Allowci on Time mlt W RIVERS AUCFIOUFEEllS Commission Merchants DEALEBS IN ALL KINDS OF MERCHANDISE and Secmid Ilanrl PKOKPT KETUENS GUAEANTEED tTE are also Exclnsive Aleuts for 1he Y West of tlic PATENT D OliyAMZNTAI LUILDLNO AND nsa the BEST 4JVD Known substitute for Liciug Ijtitliing Phis taring Papering Itooliny and Ctirpeting yet discovered Mice Bpdbuirx other Voruiiii uill not ToiKli it Call and oxamiuc tbe matfiriul our ofliue and salesroom 107 first G20bi5 Snlfc City ARCADE CHOP HOUSE iEAll OF HALE ft LAXXANS SALOON loland Dinwoodeyi Proprietors I1HE wiuloisigncd have just fitted up tbo JL aliovenauied establishment where will c served up on short notice and in es stylo all the choice edibles of tbe market OPEN DAY AND NICHT Everything of tho BEST and AT LIVING IIIGES Call anil see us WM KOLAND IAS DIXWUUDEY APPL1CATIO rFOR 7ATENT7 1 NnEi STATES LAXIJ OirrrE SALT crrir UTAH TEIUIY Beiitembec 23d 1873 IS HEHEBV GLVEN that Wa satch Mining Company whose postoftioc Idicss is Salt Lake City Utah Territory has made application fptpatent for S000 linear et 01 tho walker and Walker Extension Lodo caring silver uaniy being Illy feet nortb fcOt sonUiwly from laft therenu with surface ground 201 feet in idth situate iu ITiatah Minins District iimmit county Utah Territory and de tnbed in tlio jilat and iiclduotes on tile in is oIHcc as Beginning at Post Ao I thence Ii dej 35 min west 220 leet to Post and Corner No 2 thence south 21 deg lo mill ivcst ISOfeet to Postand Cor ner No y thence south 68 deg 5 min west lo Pest anidtCoroer thence southHdeg east 21C feet to and Corner No 5 thence north OS dog 5 min east Post and Corner No B thence north 21 dog 13 min east 190 iett to Post and Corner No 1 containing 13 77100 acres and if upon unanrvoyed land forming a portion of the quarter of Section m of Meridian Said location being recorded in Book A of the Mining llecords of Uintah Diatriot p antl Tho adjoining claims are tho Bueliev mine on the south anil the Pinyon mine on the north GEO IE se24biG PATENTr HTATES OFIKJE HALT LAKE CITY UTAH September 23d 1873 j IH HEREBY GIVEN that Wa Batch Minin Company whote postofflce address is Sale Lake City Utah Territory has made application for patent for lineal feet of the Buekey Lode bearing silver tbe And all points East No Omnibus or Ecrr Transfers by this Boute and no Lay Over on Saturday and PULLMAN PALACE CARS UN through between penvcr amiKan Jk City without Passeugeia frou SALT LAKE CITY Should leave the cars at Chevenne and nas through Greeley and Denvti also tlie inos important cities in Kansas PrHTRHBPWES Gel1Superiutaudcn R IvElM Gen TieSet Kansas Citi Misfour T H Cheyenne W T JOHN i FUST JOK p JOHNNY JOES SAMPLE ROOMS No s Main sitcot OpnosiiG tlie First National Bank jJalti Ltiill cNala anl Rctiti Mlntion Street Between Walker and Clif CHAMPIONSHIP OF SALT LAKE CITYi DOESEY will Klm im X Tvcight for a silver oup aud the Chaimii ousblp o bait Lnke City Who wants to on be gloves with him Having arranged bport for an exhibition who fails to loo tlie mailc through an accident he wants to Iind a man in Salt LaJie Citv wcighin IK pounds to soar with YonngDorsey has just received from some firstclans English Boxinc Gloves and is prepared to teach pupils the noble art ot sell sep23b12 DANCING ACADEMY PROF SHELDON WILL CilVE HIS FIRST SOCIAL PARTY orure season at new JUancmastaJfei Eveuiiijt Sept 2701 Gents Classes will meet every Monday aud Wednesday evenings For terms apply at the Hall scpt23Ml srace aroun ee bmtah Mining Histp ict Summit county Utah Territory aud described in the plat and ueld notes on file iu this oflice follows Beginning at Post No 1 thence north i4 de 35 mm west 130 feet to Post and Corner No 2 thence south C8 dog 5 mio west to Post aud Corner So strath 4i dec min cast 130 feet to Post and Corner 4 thence north GS deg 5 feet to said Post and Corner No 1 containin 3 85100 acres and if upon surveyed land forming a portion oi the quarter of Sec tion in of Bange Meridian Said location being recorded in Book A of the Mining Becorda of said Uintak District p lil2 Tho adjoining chums are tho Walker and Walker Extension mine aud the Pinyon mine both lying north erly THE DAILY TRIBUNE LEADING NEWSPAPER UTAH TERRITORY ami Tho Daily IPnper lrintcI ii the Western IT IS OVTSVOKEN IT IS IT IS ISltKlEflDEST IT FAVORS FREE SPEECH FAVOIISFKEE SCH001IS IT IS THE CHAMlIOA OF A FREE PEOPLE PATENT STATES LiXD OFFICE HALT LAKE CITV UTAH TEKY 1 I IS HEBEflY GIVEN W L DyJses Iticliard B ifopkins untl W Lawreiice whose Postollice address ia Salt Lake City U made application for pat ent for Iourtcun hundred and IbrLyone ljilj liucar feet oi tlio General Scott Lods bening same being aoveti hundred and fifty 750 feet northerly arm six hundred and mnotyoao GUI feet southerly from discovery thcrcoii with siiriace groun1 two hun dred 2IJD feet in width situate iu Adams 73S feet to 1ost No tbeucu south 411 du west seven bnudrud aud tlireo 703 feet to 1 OBt Xo 1 thelice yuutli dcy 15 two iuudrej aud KCVOII JU7 leet to Post No i tLeiicy north enst huudred aud ieveutyiiine feet to Post No 0 tLeucu casl seveu hunditd auil sisty uvo 7Gi feet to Post No 1 the Jjhice of he coutainiog six Gl and lillUO acres juturveyed lauds of tje jjuhliu domain aaid option recorded in Hook paye IU of the Adams Mining Records aud liook A page 14 of the Hot Springs Min ing Keeords Tlie Ited Bird claim adjoins ou the south li GEO 11 MAXWELL Kegisttr STOLENvrREWARP OX the ui August a mail rude invar Iroui our a BLAUK HU11SE wjtli Siiddlu Hud Luidle Thu licirse wa brauJtd Ji on left snaillemarlicd auj sore ivilliLrs A libenil reward be paid for Ilie Iiorse aod more for tbe man Sffltt JACKSON i UAKDVLTj WITH ITS tendants low spirits de pression involuntary emissions loss of se men sperroatorihcea loss of power dizzy head of memory threatened im potence nnd imbectlitv find u sovereign cure in HUMPHREYS SPECIF No TWKSTYEIQHT Com posed of the most valuable mild and potent Curatives they ttriku at once it the root ot the piiUter tone up the system arrest the iiseminjes ind impart vigor md energy ueimJ vitality o the entire man They have cured thouwinds of Price 55 per packace of five boxes and a 3 VIPJ which very important in obstinate or old cases or per single Sold by ail druggists and ser by mail ou receipt ol price Address iIusriiiKKYS SPFCIFC llKDIClzsE 562 Broadwao New York For Siile by nnl Z X Qrugxitttv S City The Mining The Agricultural The Manufacturing laTTJEBESTS OF UTAH Always Mini in lie Tribune LIVE VIGOROUS ADVOCATE SUBSCRIBE FOR IT SEND IT TO YOUR FRIENDS SEND IT EAST SEND IT WEST SEND LT NOBTII SEND IT SOUTH Daily one Six Months Three By Carrier per I 0 00 jou 2J3IJ Salt Lake City Utah J C HEMINfiRAY fc o x OIFICE No 5 Kimballs BlocJi First South street Salt Lake City NOTICE INJANKRUPTCY XX THE SUPREME COIllT OF THE Territory of Utah District of Utah In ike matter of lUchard Anderson Bank rupt Tti Bankruptcy This is to give notice that a warrant in bank ruptcy has been issued against the estate of Richard Y Anderson of Salt Lake City of the County of Salt Lake in the Territory of Ufcih in said District of Utah a bankrupt upon the petition ofLis creditors and the payment of any debts and tlie deliv ery of iny property belonging to said bank rupt to him or to hid use find the transfer of any properly by him are forbidden bv law A meeting othe creditors of said bankrupt to prove their claims or debts and choose one or more assignees of his ivill be held at a Court of Bankruptcy to be Lioklen at tho city of Suit Lake in said District on the 4th day of October A D 1873 at ten oclock a at the oflice of Wm P Apolebv tarin Bankruptcy for said District of Utah rt1 M T PATIUCK ee21b3S STarsbal and Messenger A SONS SCHMOrXS CELEBRATED ASSAY BALANCES TINWARE STOVES AQESfT FOR Howes Platform Hay Railroad and Counter Scales Tin and Sheet Iron Work MADE TO ORDER UTAH FSRE BJjyCK FOR SALE SCOTT DUNHAM iron Steel Iron Pipe and Pipe Fittings Hardware Stoves Tinware BRASS AND STEAM GOODS MINERS CARPENTERS TOOLS I V ollVivd U a iu fronis tin1 Hoi Springs is mills uorlh of Tempi and MANILLA ROPE FAIRBAHKS SCALES SnTRTE VANTS BLOWEKS FIRE PE001 SAFES HOOK EE FUXfS HER CULES POW DER Etc FOHNACE MEN ATTENTION A JVO 1 FIRE BRICIi SCOTT BUXHAM 8c COMPANY AGENTS FOR THE GOLDEN CITY FIRE BRICK I Which tire equal If not superior to the best Inglish Will sell at the lowest market price Special rates given by the car load All kinds or Tin and Sheet Iron Work done promptly at reasonable rates aplltr C5AS CrASt GAS GBGHGE SO Are now prepared to run GAS ami WATJER PIPES Into buildings at the shortest t the lowest rates notice aud M A I X OPPOSITE S T Jft E E T W ALKEK ii 0 USE Rp3lni EXCHAXOE OX XEW YOKK 8AX FKAXCLSCO AXD EUKOPE Gold and Silver Bought and Soid 8ILYEE EULLIOK BOUGHT SIL VEB TKALE DOLLARS COLLECTIONS MADE I OAKS MADE Toil OT1IEK rAKTIES J on lirstcliiss securities Stocks and bonds bought aud sold Kaihoatl tickets bouRlit and sold Emigrant niilroad tickets to the East Cabin and stccrafu passage to Europe Ohccks cashed after banking Irnst deeds mortgages and dcotls Titks Lxamiucd If ycu clitap 10 the East f 11 you want to senrt moncy to the old oonntrv d if 5011 want to a friend from Europe j Call it Ollice ju GODBES DRUG STORE ItuilcIEiis 1iu O Uims lcon nil in WM or Park in from wide mid siniable A spring of soft has iieen convcyoO ptpts lo the jirnpenv iiiure is also it a Hot winre i buthhriisV be erecicd lor I he of iic pi chiisorv ueurihe from ii is to V phitfoiin nnd a door This sjtrinc i he Street laid lo the City 1atlis about iu 7 from this propony It lies HCT j the most popular IcauiiiK ou i i of tho city and commnnd tlo rinost vitv of any spot in the Teiritor j llere ites ot the cty un inquire of Receiver tlie U S corner of Main and Tbiru Souih streeo Iitke City apiJj life ivitli the Kor furth Tin Scolt IJu nino years Iiiiiily lu ll A Co a Iianiware o i ho WhJio House wilii 0 nnd itsse SCOTT UUNIiAM J CO mine to A WHITE WHITE MCDENICK Successors 03 cfc East Temple Salt Lake City Gold Oust Coin and Bullion Exchange on all the Principal Clt iss of the United States and Europe PARTICULAR givcc to CoMec tipne and proceeds remitted at current rates oi Escbuugra on day payment GEO E WHITNEY Attorney CORRESPONDENTS Baaik of FranoiBCO Leos i York Cook County National BankChicaco Haskell StLouV State Bank of Omalia mjlltf i i from this c ot tons on the Adiir IKON K 23t ten rooms wiiii siablemiil orit hou lio j Wot Temple street B M A i Salt Lake City National Bank ORE ORE ORE FOR SALE FIVE HUNDRED TOSS JliSTli KosI O Xlio At the Souili Star and Tiuis CAX TURKISH 5OO TOSS nON AtMrCSS AyAKIlET Boc il A ita Littc Curtonwoovi Mnc kratd in Ftijiiiii nl Of 01 i lie bill inI itutir now in coiJiSt conslnution looms with pis Mjiter i jinprovcnitnis tml a lino Iruj Fifth Kisi slree 1uReiiV Fitchs Iiifjuiro ii luUKLI At Salt Lake City POS SEST TO BENT Offices in Matthiesseivs Elock lo Washington Houso THEQ F TRACY ge 011 jfcw York Snii Kiaii A General Banking Business Transacted oltccfi K iiK Al I1 cmitttMl at Current Bennett Whitney Sheeks ASSATEES H S SAXDEUS 1 iv SANDERS SPRAGUE Iwo Doors sonfli Of Enrico A Cosnpnny SALT LAKE CITY AStES carefully nswnyccl J sent from a distance promptly ntleudecl and returns made the day following PACIFIC ASSAY OFFICE JNDER WHITE GOS BANIC Slain Street Sail Xalcc City ami ores assayed AnnT yses made of all Coals ures Mineral auDSm JOSEPH GORLINSK CIVII ENGINEER nltcd Stnten Mliicrixl nna Depnty Surveyor for Utnn fJ5 South street nearly opposite t Marks Church Kiffltr M T BURGESS rr OFFICK In building occupied by Sur Generul prepare Ilic ry pnn ers and for patents and pro rvcy J B KEAHSB SALT tAKB CITT J McYlCKEKs ASSAY OFFICE STHKKT SALT LASX GITT Ores carefully eent Iresi tLetanco to and retururt fido on he day CbarpeG mede JOBK MoViCKlR AEsayor JOHN TAYLQB CO A HT C I S C O Importera and dealers in Assayers Materials HEMICALS AND Eole agents lor Oirtliaga fine Assay Balances BSATEHS ANT5 MINING COMPANIEBJ i furnished frith comp lets outfits for as yingand melting at short notice ealerw In Druggist Glassware A6ENTS FOR THE PACIFIC 8LASS WORKS iyltf And Tlicrciiiidcr RESOURCES OF UTAH STATISTICS OF PROGRESS Sale ul tile TriUinle Oflice CEXTS WELLS FAEGO EXPRESS FORWARDERS Bankers Ifealers in Drafts on Europe European Collec tions promptly attended to East Temple Street Salt Lake CitY Agent FlISflflE II Salt City See Special Advertisement oi Second Page mh9 ly WANTS WANTED ft at the stTII V01ir to do general pay ptr Inquire U the U S LAX1 OlIlOF DISSOLUTION NOTICES DISSQLUTON NOTSGE the rm 7 u IKSS ac Jacobs Uiv GauvOn Ituii iltr the Jiiime aial styie JJjimiui A is this tlay dissolved bv Lipmsin imroMiswI tl initrfst i ilic business assumes aI bihties iind is the i I collect all outstanding nccminis of tlic firm LIPMAX T T JOHX Salt Lake Ony Sept 17th silM NOTICE rtlHE PAKTXEKSllIP heictofcirc exi JL between S nuster in the lav is this r solved by mutual consent P scAXiKEn TBEO 1C1J1ESTKK fcalt Lalte City j SEW YOKE JJBKK3ISAII 136 and 138 William Street N Y 6LASS WARE of oTory dcBcrlptlwn lor Drnggtate Cbemletr Grocers Apothecnries Stationers Settlors etc QlcuB Ware made to order Deaifms forniEhedi LARSE aSSORTMENT OF KcBOSEKE LAMPS WM M FLIESS IMPORTERS CoRiRiission Merchants Shippers to all parts of tho Globe Special Attention paid to Shipment of ORES AxtilnilvnnccK nnsde on NATOR BENEDICT HALL CO s i34 13G Grand oor Crosbr ST MARKS SCHOOLS KEOPEX 3IOXIAT KKK AT A JUT THE BEST E Iroctor Camblcs MOTTLED GERMAN SOAP rrilllS soap mo e 1 thin eJSJitucri yiiirs H is o liny it as II soiji the i lea pofipsaiul Iocs more strvie lioiiijr Irinl jvi not yet washes Von a btiv it o E res roce This wip ix 3011 10 rur wlitif van not receive SOL BV Mvrcanlile slitlttioil Still rikc Citv Vtnli CHAMPEQN KXTtKGXJISHEI I Svott A ArcMls EVEmStore Miii shop DvvJMcg House should be supplicii witli one selJbll AUCTION AND GOODS TAKKX ON STORAGE jjial2 R Jfc AJJAC SiLlt Lake Citv THE WHITE LEAD 1 Tbe School opposite City Hall receives boys and girls yejirs old upwards 2 Tlie Kcliool lor Girls in the basement ol Kt Marks ChiircN receives only o ill ages and uoys under six yearti of ace o All new iiJmisslon to the GramniHr School are renuehLcti to ipply e olfiee Ior ouroliucnt iroui Mon t the day 25UJ tu Friday iusi inclusive belwteu tbe hours of u nnd H a m The studies in elude I he ordinary bran chef of Primary G ruin mar aud Higli School 5 French Vocal and Jusl rumen lal Music arc extra studies laugtit by special teachers t The paymeut of mi tion instead oJ monthly as bcouarterly Invariably in advance Kor fun her iulurnjatio Joseph M Ttirncr Jit the to ibe T W iLHrtfns iJ apply to Kev ffice nb or Oil The Peoples Family Remedy AT ALT TIMES Reliable tl all fiaies and in all and w iLbeamatisiu Gout Partial Paralysis rtlyiii ypraina and Braises Stiff Joinw Coutracttd Cords nud es rain in ibe and Sidts Pleu risy TLToat CulOs Colic Cramps Cholera Morbus aad JJiairhea Heatlacbe TootLachc liaractic Frostbites Lamebud and aU LamejicFs Piiiii The People use aud tndorst tbe Doctors recoin meud Fratts Hew Life Gives Jlcnltli ind Hope to Jhc attHctcd gtrenjrtli to ihe and lo thr s Gieai Jilin3 Puriiicr ind Livor luvgor uor stininlatch ilie Liver and Kidneys to ieaithy action np the sjvtcin and forti ics it against disease in any form A SIIXIFIC you FEMAUE irice 7Vr ink if itJl fJiiffjfjifif A SIcBoylc t IJriiguistii and San 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