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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE DAILY TMBUOT5 SAM LAKE CTTT UTAH OTESDAT MOKNUSTG 3 1S90 MOUNT PLEASANT NOTES SIXTY COHAUS yKAK THISItE AND NOT AKKESTEO Though Warrants Are Out for Uboral Campaign Number Will Suit JLako Jiml Ojjilcn A number of tho citizens of this place have signified their Intention of taking in tho Carnival at Ofcdon and the Fourth of Tuly celebration at SaltLako City Includ ing tho number are Mr Abner Crane A A Cahoon Mr Little and Jonas II Ercksou and families and Doctors Winter arid Me A meeting was hold on the evening of May 80th at tho town hall to do honor to those Northern heroes who foil on Southern bat tlefields The hall was beautifully decora ted with flags and evergreens and specdies made by several of the prominent cit izens Tho Mb Liberal band was on hand and during tho evening played sev eral selections of appropriate rnusle It Is rumored that a weekly newspaper soon be started here A incutlng of the Liberals of Mt Pleasant was called for Saturday evening lust to mature plans for campaign work in AujcuHt Owing to a misunderstanding of the date very few were present The meeting was adjourned till Saturday evenin A Btroot parade headed by band will take pluco and every L this precinct is urgently requested to bo present us business of vital Importance will bo transacted Saturday evening last Deputy United States Marshal Clawson of Ephralm assisted by one of tho citizens of this place made a raid on Fountain Green which Is fourteen miles northwest of this place and arrested the followingnamed Mormons on warrants issued for cohabitation Soron Nicholson Tames Glarnon Andrew Anderson and a Mr OMersori Three of the abovenamed wore found in bed with their plural wives will bo taken to Spring Oity on Wednesday next and tried before Judge Johnson tho United States Commissioner of tho Supremo warrants wore Issued Home time ago for tho arrest of Bishop Yorgenson of Fountain Green and sixty others In this vicinity on charges of cohabitation but up to date they have managed to elude arrest Motrwor PHEASANT Utah June 2 1890 PBOVO PABAGBAPHS One CohaT Released Another A Dead Boily JToten Loo Snow Is oa another periodical to A eonple of Salt Lakes noted demi mondc paid Provo a flying visit last week acid es caped detection Their frlonda kept the matter very quiet Tho quarterly conference of this Stalco of comiuoncod Sunday morning and will be finished tonight Yesterday Apostle frober J Grant whooped up the Saints In great shape on their nogloct to pay tithing and advised them to continue to pay confiscation or no confiscation was not a niiittor for tho Saints to tho Lord would settle that matter all right Charles Smith arrested on Saturday for unlawful cohabitation had a preliminary examination this afternoon before Gomrnls Bionorlllll Throo witnesses wore oxam inod but tho evidence was deemed Insum olorib to hold him and his discharge was or dered 01 lira Olstenson tho reported third wife of Daniel Hlgelow ot VVallnburR Kound V al loy was attached in Provo Sunday after noon as a witness against Blgolow and placed under bonds Deputy Marshal Hon nott had In the meantime eaughton toBlge low and hlsi second AVllo down at Wallsburg suul placed them under bonds for tlielr ap pearance Tho woman arrested hero Is said to have a young baby so that Daniel Is probably caught In the deputys den Deputy Marshal Clawson Is expected hove tonight with a couple of oohaba from tho south Late this afternoon tho dead bocly of a man was discovered near tho edge of Sprlng vlllu apparently having been dragged to loath The body had been hi the sun for about two hours when a man from Puysou came riding by and discovered it Ho im mediately rode Into ypilngvlllu and Inquired for the City Marshal and that olllolal being absent tho TustloooC the toaoo went out to take charge of the body Tho fourth and fifth assessments of tho Street Railway Company have boon levied Torilght there will bo a board of directors meeting and tho advisability of Incorporat ing alako resort with the company will bo oonsldurocl Tho stoam motor has arrived and there are now on hand ties and rail onoiigh to make a fivemile stretch of road With this completed tho road can bo bonded und another five built giving Provo all the transportation facilities needed Kntlo Knunett played The Waifs of New York In the Opera House at Provo Satur day night to one of the largest houses of the season In return for this oompllmont Katie uncl her company mangled the piece cut out ono nub and escaped on tho late Denver train No wonder the people ot Provo kick Public Improvements do riot seem to lit tho stomiHii of the Provo and In Issue It had a simulated fit of wisdom and economy caused perhaps by a bad close of ancient inspiration and tho fuob that It no longer carries tho City Council In Its pocket Tho present members of tho City Council should remember that they were elected on a progressive platform No extravagance or waste of the people s money can bo chronicled against thorn yet Tho point for them to remember is that they wore not elected to nluaso the JSnquircr and they aro jillrlffht piiOVO Utah Juno 2 ISM Suitors from Coughs Soro Throat should try Urowus ISronchiul a wimple sure romwlv Soul only In 1 Ticc JEWELRY 70 S WAIN STREET for Everything la tho Una of WATCHES JEWELRY Silvenvare Fancy Goods and Novelties Kcw and KUigaut Lino of GORHAM SILVERWARE Tn Fancy and Table Pieces just rocuived Wo carry a line of goods that tiro not carried by any other houso Dont fail to sue them Wo buy direct from the manufacturers and cot from the jobbers saving our customers ono profit CLOCKS BRONZES GOLD an SILVER HEADED PiATED Arotlio finest over displayed ill tho West Wo havo lately added a huo c tho colobrutod ELECTEIC EAZOKS AND SCISSORS and without oases which maka an elegant present Give Us a Call anrt Seo for Agents for ho Ffttek Co Wtltoh Special Attention paid to orders by nuuL OTTBLIH80N S2O S Main St 1383 AKD IH f ATCHES CLOCKS JETORY Musical Boxes Optical Goods Etc All Roods warranted as represented Special attention given to fine wfttcb repairing SOLE AOKKT FOB Patent SelfWinding1 CtOCKft OPPOSITE POSTOFFiCE PRACTICAlUNDfRTAKERS ANDEM6ALMERS QPtN DAY TLltPHONE 14 EAST THIRD SOUTH ST Has ITovcr Failed to Knock Out Blood Poison Scrofula Blood UuraorB and Bhemnatism from tlio System AM NOW years old and from tho time I was seven years of age until 1SS5 I of scrofula During that time I took every known rebut to North Carolina where I was put uk from that time until now T A S1ZEMORE Piedmont b c I have been Swifts Specific S S for blood diseases and in every instance with tho best reSXts Atout nvcntyfive years ago I had my leg hurt in an accident and the wound never cntiHv healed I various remedies without success I was finally induced to try S S S The medidnehaaled it uphealed it after twentyfive yeirs of suffennff had been endured and much money had been thrown away in the purchase of worthless WELCH Mobltat Aia Treatise on Blood and Skm Diseases mailed free SWIFT SPECIFIC Atlanta Ga Cofyriglitsd by S S 5 Jft is d solid handsome cafe of scouring soap which has no eqta for ail cleaning purposes excepifn the laundryTo use iKis to value i TVIiat Trill SAPOIIO do S Why it will clean paint make oilclotlis md give tho iioors tables and shelves a new appearance It will take th frense off the dishes and off the pots and pans You can scour the knives an forks with it and make the tin things shine brightly Tho washbasin Ufl lathtub even the greasy kitchen sink will be as clean as a new pin if you na 3A3POLIO Ono cake will prove all we say Bo a clever housekeeper and try it BEWARE OF IMITA TIONS THERE IS BUT ONE ENOCH MORGANS SONS MEW To Boom Business Wo offer now attractions for the Spring trade Attractive goods and attrac tive prices that tell their own tale of cheapness A Smile and a Square Deal for All KEEP THIS LIST OF PRICES IN YOUR MIND Mans Nobby Cheviot Spring Suits each Mens Working Pants a pair Mens Nobby Spring Pants a pair Mens French Flannel Overshirts 50c each Msns Unlaundriod Shirts 45c each Drab Hats 50c each 9oz Blue Dqnlm Overalls 4fc a Mens 9oz Blue Denim Jumpers 45c each Mens Heavy Chock Jumpers 40c each Boys1 Shirt Waists 15c each Boys Kuco Pants 25c a pair Boys CheviotSuits ages 4 to 13 SI 15 oacn Metis Fino Balbiiggan Undershirts and Drawers 12 thread a suit leus fine Spring Suits Youths Fine Spring Suits Mdrens Fine Suits Also a fine lino of Gents Furnishing Goods Hats Caps Valises etc T 151 MAIN S WINES LIQUORS ETC GRAND OPENING THURSDAY MAY 189O 213 South Main Street Next Door North of the Postpfflce IIHi IA VlliJt WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANTS CALIFORNIA WINES ANB CIGARS Direct Importers of Foreign Wines and Liqors Havana and Key West Cigars FOB Gold Lack Champaffno Co PineSherries Geuoveva Natural Sparklingf Mineral Water Etc FILTERS FILTERS To attach to Kitchen Faucets They do their worlc thoroughly 1SAUFOBH1A LAWM SPSIHKLE3S PHILADELPHBA UWS SISWERS WATER COOLERS MOUH7AIK ISE GBEASS FBEEZEBS ALL SEASOHADLB GOODS AT REASONABLE PRICES E Representing the Following Leading Foreign and American Companies ScottisJi Union National of England Assets truln saDoliod with imrantccil pure and old wines for table and medical use at Cnliroi ntaSS AlflnvWtoJurwTno vaults t sample our goods Families uro ooidiolly mvitca to inspect our wiuo vaults Wednesday Jlay 21 W mo Hoiise will open for business on THursday May 22 at 4 oclock p m PABST BREWING GOMPHNY M Bohemian PHILIP WISCONSIN Bottled Beer The Finest JMAIL ORDERS SOLICITED THE FAMILY TRADE STOPLIED BTli BLOCK Agents IB 15 17 19 COMJIERCIAI STREET 553 Telephone 365 WHSKE IS This fceantifel and sigfetly addition is situated within blocks of business center and S MOCKS of B Depot wfcere In all prossabzlity will be located tlie Northern Assurance forth British and Mercantile Imperial Queen HamburgBremen of Germany Union of California of Connecticut Firemens Fund of St Paul of OFFICE 131 STKEET p O BOX 977 it u a a cs It t j i SAJLT CITY TELEPHONE 195 Croixiar B G BAYBOULD T CKOMAIt 441 Second Wn have n Business Export ence of 27 Years iu tliis City Our LatestOffering Examine it Carefully WILL HAYS RAPID TRANSIT VERY SOON A limited number of Lots is now placed OB tlie market Tlie Lots are 25x157 fset to alleyway For Subdividing 20 acres Stato Road a corner 900 47 acres TerritorialEoiul close in 1100 80 acres fine high and level 150 100 acres fine high and level 300 SO acres on Railroad west 300 10 Acre and 5 Acre Lots in Best Local ities 160 acres northwest Business Ground feet Second South west feet adjoining above 300 2 feet Third West close in 140 feet First West close in 350 foot South and Second East only one lrom new hotel 350 feet Main f 350 Large comer Stato Road Eighth South corner West Temple1 ar Fourth Eesidence Lots FISE COHSER South Temple and Eighth East good house ANOTHER FINS CORNER S Temple and Tenth East 105x133 feet good fair house BEAUTIFUL WITS on Tenth East between First and Second South choice of two electric car lines per foot ELEGANT SITES East Bench at end of car track lots 50x140 feet and each DESIJIABLB IOCATIOSS close to Liberty Park on Sixth East per foot 82 12x165 FEET on Third st car line cheap FINE CORKER 165x105 feet Second Street NICE COMER J and First street 83Kxl24 CHEAF PLACE 110x330 feeb only Cheap Lots in best subdivisions and property of all descriptions and prices Call and Sec Us ESTATE Keep you on To vfu auv advance Some tolumBly they Hold Boiow we iuoto n tow 01 our Sursama 5x0 rods corner 3rd East and 5th Sonth rods corner Gth East and 5th South frontage on South below market price 10x10 rods East and Seventh South W rods corner First East aud SoventU South 5 loot frontage corner of First East aud Fourth Soutb one block from now Side Hotel feet First East between Third and Fourth South 5x10 rods Brigham between Fifth and Sixth Easfc two houses 5x20 West Sixth South between 3rd and 4th 5x10 3rd West between Gth and 7th South two housos Beautiful building facing Liberty Park 70x150 foot 10 acres south of Liberty Park 03 acres over Jordan on North Temple St These are arc a few of our bargains if none of them suit you come in and we will find SONS 13 W Second South Street BAKE IN THE SUN FARS3 EOTSSS OR V DELIVERY OKTAr For price and terms call on Office No 26 West Second Sonth Street SAIcT LAKE UTAH SECITBS A 3uOT IH Lots to In payments of per month T n JU mrmip R inD I3UA ijf 5 MAlIsr STKBET WILL FIT AKY SEAT Rooms 4O4 ancl 4tO5 Progress THE OLD RELIABLE SPECIALIST Offlce 46ttd48 Wv2nd South Practitioner Authorixeto all Kervous and bv iinprudwino1 Mvois or c Weakness might loss of sexual crvoiis J1 HLV of Hcrve Diseases oi tno liioou Syphilis Gonowheca Gleet and Stricture vurcd Cnrablo cases or low ThoiLsaiHls of cured Age ana expfttiencp ire iraportaiit Fifteen jmlioWost modieiues ATC sivjomlly pro GOLTX TPSTICB if r cisc at niv own Laoorjis viyUiv cry Ko time lost from toartncss to Re aluij history of State youtj tance treated by ind trial treatment Font broakas send or terms and iu m Qr b raiLL Representing the Following FirstClass Companies CASH ASSETS ASSETS TMF nFMVPP THi SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA THE SPRING GARDEN THE TRADERS it THE INSURANCE CO OF NORTH AMERICA 8 All Business fintrusted to iis alt Lake oux3 trczn 9to 12 2 to ft 7 scura and arereul cases 16O MAIN New Spring Goods Bow In Sole Agents for Dunlap and EngM fiats OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE Lot Prices New Goods the Boot and Shoe Lme Felt Slippes st received Custom Work aSuewalty Jos NO 9QO S WIAIN ST   

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