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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                PartSecond Pages 9 ID IB VOL 2J39 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SU1STDAY SEPTEMBER 14 1890 PRICE FIVE CEJ5TTS and Other Important Matters on the Conistoek HEALTHFULNESS OF THE BASIN REGION Jall Intor Poli Old Typow Death of Dr Peo Conducive to Tjonfjcv j Sani tasIurn for Region r Where Votfft Damps and Malaria Are Unknown i Jrrv So pi It 1800 vYV aro having weather hero in Nevada that srnaeks of fa Tho leaves on I ho locust and shado trees uro to Lurn yHiow though thorn has been no frost Old timers think that the signs are of an early and severe winter and accordingly arc in big stocks of lire wood Many old settlors are of Mio opinion that thn winter will bring with it as groat a fall of snow as last or even more than wo had winter and predict this sort of tiling will continue for throe years are the in a wet cycle Others say thai there is nothing in the cycle business and tliat the weather ijiiMt as it happens and can be foretold by no man ft is noticeable that all our big prophets coin grief sooner or later Tim man who sots up in the prophet business should steer clear of the woather Had the prophets of old meddled with Uie woather not one among them would have been In JiiMe Tm KANCMKftS AM UfOJfT However loo the winter be what it will our ranchers will bo able to carry their stock through it In good shape Immense quantities of hay have been put up in all of the In some places in Northern Nevada wild fluty standing throe feet high has neither pastured down nor mown Jn tho valleys of this part of Urn State thore great stocks of hay of tho bey I kinds The ranchers hardly know what they will do with it Some attic are being over from California by men who have money with which to buy Speaking of the probable price of hay winter on old Truckeo Meadows a ranchman the other day said Alfalfa tliay will be as cheap as pork in Jeru Very little is being donn in mining shares at prosont eltluuby Com stock or 8an Francisro The heads of pur people are now liled with politics stocks appear to have been dropped bygoiioral consent on both sides of tho rabuntains No one earns to in vest in mining shares at present for the reason that all dealers and dabblers ex pect shortly hoforo tho election Senator f ones and other big mining mon and politicians will bo horn and will give MKI boys a This bomg tho case all aro holding hack till they can son in what minus tho shakotip is to be They do not wish lotgo of their coin until Mioy know just how tho cat is goingto jump Another reason why is doing in stocks is that tlinro Is just nowa sort of lull in mining Usually tho mills on tho Carson rivoraro sluio down for about throe months every summer during which time tho niudiine at tho hoisting works of thevarious mines is thoroughly overhauled and a good deal of repair work Is done in the lower levels but this stimrnor there has boon no lack of watforln tho rlvor and no shutdown on that account However it is necessary to got mines and mills in shapu for an allwintor run and thorn will therefore bo some short stoppages On tho 1st in stant tho Con Cal Virginia Company shut down and gavo some miners a two wooks vacation This was done in order to make noedud repairs wtho clam abovci the Euroka mil to overhaul tho hoisting machinery at the C and C shaft The nion wore glad to have a vacation of a fortnight Many oC tbo young men at onio struck out for California and for places in tho Tahoc liuhiconSpringsand Hope Val the older men woro content K remain at homo with their families itnd tako a good square rest with an oc casional with their mates Other mines havo boon doing some re pair work but all do not stop onco Before LSI of November all Avill bo in shapo for all winter ly that timo also they will havo resumed woru In tho old lower levels of tho Gold Hill mines so long flooded This will make room for tho old Comstockors who inJJtah Montana Idaho and other Pa cific Coast must not omit to state that Hon Kichurd Rising who has boon District Judge of Storey county for nearly twentySevern years was again unanimously nominated The other District Judges Dominated were A E ChoiLoy for Eureka George F Talbot Slko and Thomas H Wells JSTye Tho Democratic State Convention will bo held on tho J Hh instant at Reno After that date the two political armies will be in battle array AX OLD PJMXTHU AXD KIHTOItS IJAJ LUCK C V A Putnam one of tho pioneer printers and editors of the Pacific Coast and a veteran in Boston where before tho daysof gold ho published a liter ary is now down in San Fran cisco under the caro of an oculist He lost the sight of one eye through a catar act A successful operation has oeen performed on tho eye and he is now gradually recovering the use of it Tho oculist in charge says the indications are that tho sight of the eye will ovcntu ally bo restored As night work would bo likely to be hard on tho ailing eyo Mr Putnams friends are talking of nominating him for Justice of tbe Peace on the Democratic ticket if ho can be prevailed upon to go for that ollico If ncnninatod ho will be elected as all his old Republican friends will vote for him lie has only to say the word and take tlio office Though ho never madethe law a special study Mr Putnam is a walking cyclopedia of law gospel poli tics and all other kinds of human knowl edge besides hois a direct descendant of old Israel the man who went into tho don of tJto wolf OF DJ4 TJUONSOX Old everywhere on tho Pacific Coast will regret to hoar of the death of Dr W S one of tho oldest of our Comstock physicians Ho died in Kan Francisco September 4th lie had long suffered from heart trouble and as a last resort after ho had for some time boon unable to leave his room ho was taken over to California in tho hopo that ho would derive bonolit from a change of climate About two years ago ho was so low that it was necessary to carry him from his house to tho cars on a stretcher Mu was taken to San Francisco and at once began to recover In duotimo ho returned in pretty fair health and resumed his practice horo ft was hoped that on this occasion ho would derive the same bonolit from a change to a more dense and moist at mosphere but it was not to bo Although Dr lironson was a young looking man when in good health and vnry active ho was really about04 years of ago Mo loaves a young wife and two grownup daughters The Doctor never had much to say of himself but from stray remarks 1 am of tho opinion that younger days ho lod quite an ad venturous life f distinctly remember thatho oncetold me that he was at one time a surgeon in the Swedish navy and of his jokinirly offeringto make mo a provent of tho uniform hewore whilo had only a few years to live if he re mained in Providence and asked if I knew ofany place the far West where he would be likelyto recover his health I recommended the elevated table lands of the Great Basin region He said he could not live in such a region of rocks and deserts 1 then told him to go to Auburn California He took the name of the town and said he would have a talk with his wife about removing thither It would be a good thing were there somewhere in the region between the Rockies and the Sierras a big establish ment with schools and all else required to which the children of consumptive parents in the East could be sent and kept until they hadarrived at maturity or at least until they had secured a proper formation of lungs In the ab sence of such an institution children liable to inherit consumption might be sent to tho Great Uasin plateau to be reared in private families There is greatchoice of regions as the conditions are much the same in Nevada Utah Idaho Montana and in all tho now States and Territories Best of all would bq for parents knowing themselves to be inheritors of or tainted with consumption to remove at once to tho elevated plains in tho interior of tho continent where fogs damps and the malaria of marshesare things unknown Die QLTILIYU FORTIETH AflHIVERSM Native Sons of the Solden West Cel ebrate it in California AND THE PIONEERS TOOK A HAND The Youths Are Rather an Inferior Liot A Political Sam Os borne Disappearance WHO in foreign service Many families on Miu Cum stock1 today fool as if there were not another physician left on tho but we still have several good standbys though they aro all towards threescore years OUK OLD Thirty years ago when our sliver mines woro so few old potsons on tho Gomstock that a man of W years of ago was looked upon as a second It was long before any very aged people ventured to come to this the wiklnoss and niggwtnoss of the place keeping1 thorn away there aro many old pisoplo both men and woinon hero but very fnvv thataro feoblo All aro pretty spry on their pins Even those verging upon four score get about at a lively paco Tho mon who havo grown old here aro particularly brisk The womnn as a rule grow very stout horo as they near throe scoro and are strong if not swift Tho men who dry up and i tho woinon who grow fat aro those who live longest in this climate Ay I LONOICVITV In places in thn Andes in Peru and Chili are moro persons who have at tained tho ago of 100 years and over than anywhere else in tho world Many havo thoro reached the ago of 140 and even 150 years liumboldt said this was undoubtedly owing to tho purity of thu atmosphere at great alti tudes It is probable that it will event ually bo found that children born and reared on tho high table lands of the Groat Basin region will live to a great age Hundreds of youngsters aro to be soon on our streets overy clay who to judge from their present appearance would think nothing of living to thoago or IfiO years They are perfect pictures of health All have immense lungs They are in no way inconveni enced by tho light atmosphere They aro able to run straight up tho side of a mountain with the agility of tho chain whore a strong young man from tho level of tho sea would when moving at awalk Tho calvosof tho youngsters whoso playgrounds are on tho stoop streets and mountain slopes also remarkably developed Among thegirls should bo developed some great singers and dancers and among tho A Gentleman in to a Weakness JotTh at Kind I like will say darn it1 oc a prominent 1ittsbiirg ollicial yesterday afternoon and one put vim into tho ex clamation s The speaker being a highly moral man and one holdup as an example of what honesty and integrity will accom plish bosidu being of tinimpoaohablo manners naturallyaroused curiosity by his was appoasod by the following Theres more get up and ambition about such a girl every time than there ono of these pain fully proper maidens I dontinsist upon thafaccbtnplislimontin my list of requirements wlimi girls apply to mo for positions but ait the same time if I hear a smothered ejaculation whon things go wrong at tho typowriter or desk I consider it a good recommendation and always find thatIhavo in the ejaciilator a good II isnt always a sign of poor breeding or vulgarity in my opinion but js thonatural outbreak of a girl possessed of an impulsive ner vous nature that cant ondnrodefoat or being retarded at her fact one that On the other hand take tho oxcrutiatingly prim miss who is never provoked into an undcrbroath exclaihation and she lacks qualities of push that makes a success of business life Ton to ono in do loM and simply works to put inthe time and draw her no is not af fected by anything that causes disturb ance Givemo tiio girl that will say darn every time SAN FJRAXCJSCO Sept 12 1S90 This town for some days past has boon in the hands of the Native Sons of the Golden West a body of young gen tlemen who in spite of all temptations o belong to other nations1 did their Barents and the State the honor to be Jorn The streets and buildings lave boon bbdixicnod with bunting and lervous people have boon made by tho ondloss ilap and1 flutter of the flags to understand the feelings of runaway horses These Native Sons some ac companied by their mostly left to their own have poured in on us they and sightseers enamored of to the number of from to The pioneers look a hand in the thing and between them all they managed no celebrate the fortieth anniversary of ad mission to the Union in great shape Thore of tho Native Sons in the parade hailing overy county in tho State and therefore ono could got a aecnrao notion of tho caliber ofCalifornias young men Of course there wore in line plenty of strapping fellows with gray mattor un der their hair but narrowness of shoulder flatness of chest and cheerful unintolligonco of feature worfi fearfully prevalent How tho deuce the sturdy energeticold boys who in 4 have bred whole par lors of cigarettesmoking the Lord only knows which is equivalent to say ing it beats the The proces sion did not seem to discourage the press or public about the future of California however Immigration keeps pouring into tho State in1 a steady way and the newcomers have not that epiistitution clostroying ineliniuioii for strong drink and late hours which distinguished so many of those venerated heroes of Hi The Beaatiiiil A widow charged other day with throwinga wine bottle at a mans tohis serious injury ap pealed to of the Magistrate on the ground of her destitute She told the following her life She said she had been called boau tiful and wasthe famousmodel who posed for several of Hans MakartV largest Afdeiv ward she had married man u facturor whom she taught to bo icllo and fond of so thai at his death she was She hadsince lived by writing letters tobenevolent ladies and describingnor destitute such that she had not often a meal or a fire and never a rag to put upon her back She was especially animatedin informing tho Court she generally ob tained some sort ahuly hadvOnco written to thatshe did notgive clothes to pcoplo who hadboon so long accustomed The ox beauty seemed to tako this as an insult to her former profession The Court was moved by hprtdcstitute conditionto limit her sentence tov one weeks im Herald will como homo from distant places in some remarkable pedestrians and order to participate in the elociion jubi lee XOTKS J suppose TUK TKIIJUXTC pub lished tho result of the Republican State Convention hold hero last Friday and Saturday ere these jots aro However I will say that M Colcorcl of Esmorakla county received tho nomi nation for Governor J A Potgade of Lincoln county Lieutenant Governor Jamos D Torroyson of Gnnsby AUor rieyGeneral 0 H Grey Whitu Pino Secrosary of Josephs of Storey county Clnrk of theSupremo Qpuijt R L Ilorton of State Hotv Jolin Egaii of Storey J E Jones SurvoyorGoneral Ring Superin tendont of1 Public Instruction J E Eckloy Printer P Bartlne recbiyqd an nation f or Cbzigiessman snpposeid that would strive for that hut he seconded nomination in an eloyuontand laudatory Hisiaction on tlMroccasion of frienas nothing praised Bartinos silver winter hid V vnoininat56ns have by all rno have v gracofuiiy gpodnatiircdly situation 1 allround athletes The youngsters should also make mers they would need no bladders to rbnoy thorn up A SANITARIUM Kpn CONSUMPTIVES I have never known an instance of a chjld born hero beingafflicted with any Inng trouble of tho nature of consump tion on arriving at maturity Even parents havo been consump tive their childron born and reared here have escaped It is not 1 i koly that the inhabitantsof tho elevated lands lying between thoEockies and the tita hight of from 3000 to COCO to of the sea where inalarial swamps arc unknown will ovor bo subject to consumption was Providence Rhode aid one hack and jhecity Riding on the I that he liada Ho ibid consumption for years that both ling iroubles th an n any 1 ice A Siiigular Keptile A peculiar lookingreptile was cap turcsd It was about throe foot long Of ayellow striped color but had pyor its body like a fish wore exceedingly small and an invcatigatibii of its mouth absence of faiigs bin instead small fishlike teeth placed on dry land it squirmed and twisted could nob crawlliko a snake The1 conclusion oE all who saw it was thatitwas a snake and like it has ever been seen iirthis and the oldest inhabitants never knew that waters Creek contained such aspecimen of the reptile creation New Kailroacl Revenue A has hit new source of In future people who accompany their friends to any of the stations on to soe them off will only be tdmitfcod on payment of a in re turn for which 1 receive a spec ial ticket of For those who aro apt to long while over their leavetaking there is as tho ticket is 6nly available for one hour at thoGhd of which cimq another must obtained i n raiiju pf the Hthaf ihphiiclv great Jiipaiiese Lalie The Japanese a worry Som e yearsago Europeaii dress begai to como in to vogue but re action has Japanese women are ordinary styles of but they are un willing to returnto their old and hence they consideiihg Vratipnal dress ii as most lirfcorestinc and important piece of political news that hasappeared in some montihs printed in ExyiMltir ofuthe tith brief from Major Redding long an active hot partisan of Con was seeking to get the nomination of his party for Governor The Major in his card declares his intention to for Pond tho Democratic nominee and adds that Morrow has by let ter informed mo that heis a candidate for United States Senator to succeed Leland Morrow angered his party by refusing with contemptthe nomination for which tho State Convention the value of the same depending upon the new apportionment expected from Congress under He also declined with hard emphasisa re nomination from the district which he now represents JJow Morrow could iind it in his heart to dec i noa nomina tion for anything puzzled everybody Itwas unprecedented Major Reddings card makesit clear Morrow is hungry for revenge Up to the last moment it was him and his Stow Stanfords political manager would declare for Morrow and thatthe State Convention would then obediently give him the gubernatorial Undoubtedly Stow would have liked to do this but the onelunged hordes from the southern citrus belt did noli tremble at On the contrary they openly threatened that once allpowerful boss thalnf he interfered to thepreju dice of their Markham they would knife Stanford whenelection day came So poor Morow sacrificed To tho great and good Sen ator hehas been a faithful subordinate inWashington always giving waywhen little disputes over the distribution of patronage arose and showing a habit ual deference and obedience It is rea sonable to suppose that Stanford prom ised him the hddoubt ho his word if he could havedone so without harin to his own interests The Senator never permits himself to lose sightof those however evidently means to do what Ihe can now to punish ality Whether he has any serious being elected himself theres no telling Perhaps he means merely do what he can in way to elect a Democratic Bur a very opinion of his own importanceMn Cali fornia and possibly looks for popular movement in his behalf It wont occur Mr Morrow is generally or esteemed my judgment1 stands no chance lat Hes a pretty wel played 6utinan But hiscandidacy will rpake Morrow to run Mothers may take courage CongressmanEelton would Sfcan fords rams saff or a f the ford alone This new outbreak disposes of that calumny conclusively Despite Hnndngtons declaration that he will make no organized to beat and humiliate bisdetestable part ner it is certain that he will do a whole lot of unorganized work in that direction In accounting for newspaper abuse of himself he says his journalistic detractors are mad because he cut off the payroll several of them who had for years been hangerson drawing the railroads money for favors done for Leland Stan That is a clcarciit represen tation in franker form of the charge which he made in his speech of March last over which he and the Senator had a little Pickwickian correspondence I think itvery likely that brother Huntington will make his unorganized efforts through the Democratic party since should a Republican Legislature be elected Stanford could not bo de feated That able statesman Bill Stow would attend to the matter as he die before There are some who think ar announcement from Stanford that he does not wish reelection may be lookef for Bather than undergo tho horrors of a hammerandtongs campaign thej he will quit The Chronicle i already committed and the Call and Bulletin have uttered a few vague things which indicate that they would enjoy All Sargents friends in a scalp dance around the prostrate form of theSenator Many Germans feel resentful about the appointment of Mr Soars as Collector of Internal Revenue by Stanfords pro when Mr Krancks would otherwise have got the place His action in serving Justice Field by the President to withdraw Mr Waitc nominated for Register of the Land Oilico because had written kindly of Terry irritated the and earned Wai in tho Republican nomina tion for Secretary of State So it is apparent Mr Stanford will not stroll back to without meet ing some very unpleasant apparition Hissilence under lluntingtons taunts has not won him sympathy The speechmaking of both parties will begin wiihin days and some of the Democratic orators wiil have the hardi hood to say mean things of him Tho Hon Steve White anyway is pretty to make a spociahy of Mr Stan fords political history The air begin tou thrill with tho whirr of revolving grindstones and tho sound of sharpen ing tomahawks thoroughly in the stuff they find so plentifully in the newspapers concerning the hurry and rush of commercial life and take it for granted that they aro doing the hurrying and rushing AS a matter of fact drink kills a thousand Am eric worfc drunkard byaeohol Persistent nippi nail the liver of a person who never was really drunk in his life ive him dia beie jolliest members He was a habitue of tho theaters and in a selfrestrained decent way led the existence generally of a man about town Ho seemed LO bo an unusually happy fellow yet one day he Avas missing leaving his wife behind him and from that time to this neither his business associates nor personal friends have over heard an authentic word concerning his whereabouts What makes me think of him now is a iinrkioy phens retd collu S 1 W Stephens pi c o d E Stafford pa 13 Miner Spurks t T sack C Severs Hdw Col handle R Sinurthwaite t Co valise Ji Stono pa R Simpson Goo Thir strong desire to retVirh to on bentlcnees repeiitaiiceft for many years Sou theru may into hisiheart by The horrible murder of Carroll a wholesaleliquor merchant by Cheno with a saloonkeeper who was heavil in debt to him and wiio blew his owi brains out after committing the crime has brought to light the fact that verj few ofthe line bars for which San Fran cisco is noted are owned by the men who are supposed to be their proprietors Tho wholesalers furnisii the capital to Jit out and adorn these glittering places and then the keeper who must of his liquors from his backers worksfor him iusioacl of himself It is seldom that they are even able to raise tremendous as are the profits of whiskyselling ono of the proprietors of a drink pahiceto me the other day trouble with Chcnowitli simply was that the thought of having to take off his line coat give up his dianionds and horses and again to making his living as a plainbarkeeper for some body else drove him crazy Ho knew he could never pay Carroll except by turning over the saloon to him He was to blame himself for getting into the hole Instead of attending tobusiness or paying up as ho went along he blow his money in on stocks and cards and there he was driv ing out in the Park every day instead of being behind hisown always betweenfour and six in the afternoon too neglecting his cocktail trade is an institution in San Francisco Prodigious quantities of cocktails aro consumed in other cities of course but nowhere else is the iractico organized into a daily social function performed a solemn that gives itdignity About four oclock the procession moves up Kearny street increasing steadily in numbers as the moments fly Lawyers judges doctors politicians and others of freedom from physical toil is the plug hat compose the bulk of the parade Their pace is leisurely andtheir air imposing The first stop is made at Bush street rows of men be favored bars of the vicinity to nushwiththe swift toilof mixing cocktails They are kept atit without cessation for two hours of the processionthen takes its way to Suttcr street and repeats in the saloons there The line of marchis toJVIarkot halt occurring at the end of oyery to the where are thebarkeeper to their homes and dinners The consumptionof cocktails runs from threefor beginners and a dozen for veterans How men can do this every day and bear up under it is amaz ing Every few months one or of theold guardget a shock of which the newspaperattribute to over work terrible strain upon the hnman systemof our highpressure American It is behold these ghosts of their former always the under the doc tors ordersand of death spirits there delib erately scorn the warn ing stroke and choose a cock the of old merch an nessiTunsittseif and wlipnolonger book by Robert Louis Stevenson which I have just read Years agb I know Osborno in Oakland He sent his wife and daughter abroad Tho ladies in ado themselves rather conspicuous among the American Bohemian set in Paris Osborne whilo abroad mot Stevenson ami they foil in love with each other There was a divorce which Osborne took with the cheerful philosophy characteristic of him It is said that he even wired his congratulations to Stevenson on his mar riage and remained on rather pleasant terms with his former wife He pres ently took a second wife himself and nobody had reason to believe that his marriage was not a happy one But ho disappeared with tho suddenness of a nickel in tho slot Vague rumors have lomo that he has been seen in Chicago n Australia and oven that he has turned naked savage ono some out of the way island down in the South Pacific Its a queer little story of life im inclined to give some faint credenc o the island rumor for I know of schoolmate of raino a graduate of th State University who went out to New Zealand and did well in business there Ho was shipwrecked on an island liked tho free easy life refused to be rescued with his companions married tho coffee colored quoon and is now tho outfit Ho know a good when ho struck it and onco in a long long while he writes back to say how much more enjoyable savage life is than the scram ble we call civilization ARTHUR IT H iharleton box dunlesion prip Wm J Burns bid D G J Comull bdl T box H 13 Kipson pa M Harring ton pa T John N Neil pn John Powers bdl 1 11 Ropers crato C Russell pn GM3 bdl K G Tanner pa Prove E box T Onilor box rjjsstnpfcr 2cascssoda J A Trimble pa L B Yerxu pa Richmond K box Suit Lake City Atchison box IT Arnold box Wax Addlcsdorf box T V Abbott pa Adjutant General pa Miss D Alexander pa Jos Itunou box R box c o tl Chas Brown chest G lilanthorn pa Emil liorsbook papm A 7 Boric bdl J 1 Barnos pa p m Bard Ai Connor pa p ni J M IJurko Imp Co pa K K llronhsun pa C W Brown box H A Bannrd box K Hrind box cod G 1 Bowman pa F Unrton GrautsviHo box C K Brown pa G A Becker prip H Barbean pa John Uuncli pap in K Broadhurst Boylo Yam Co pa p m 1 11 lulth pa 1 H Burton pa Harry Connors pa Marry Connors pa Coop t M Co cstg T B Karmington box c od Con Imp Co pa p m Coop tt M Co 9 Married AiTfcer TwentyThree Years Twentythree years ago Mr Joseph Hamilton and Miss Virginia Jlickman both of Bath county wore engaged to be married but they had a rel and Mr Hamilton left for Cali fornia where he settled in San pie county By hard work he became a properous man About a month ago he returned to his old home near Mil borough Springs and in fortyeight hours after his arrival married Miss HiclvTnan who had remained faithful to icr first and only love The bride is a irst cousin of the celebrated Bishop William Taylor a native of Rockbridgo and for many years past Bishop of Africa Mr and Mrs Hamilton will spend the next two months visiting rel Uives and in September will leave for heir California pa Con Imp Co pa P S Onshins envelope Co op M Co cstp M Cedar grip pa attd Co op W A M Co csts W P Connors box W Dre fctibockcr box C pa M p in pa Tas Dwyer jtieslc sr Dwyor pa R Dimmoyor bale H Dykoman pa p m Mno 0 pa cod D Dinant lorsvillc Kvelinc BunRan Tooole pa cod John box Jacob sack Loisa Dillon pa llowcrs J E pa p in I1 W Karl pa Prank KUis stick ITEllis pa K H CngberK pa MissK Everitt baskot W S Pn iiiJin oox o o i K j yranvilie pa 1 Graham J J Grow box IT V pa cod J Goodfellow a co d returned Griswolfl box cod Goodyear Cook A Dillqn Min strels pU Jlaase box and sack Hyde G W Harris pa G Hewiston Mill Cnjck papin C pa SW Harney box Hong Kep pa AV S Hedge cstp O C pa Ileesch A EHerbcck box Mrs J Hills pa p m HoIHnjrsiworth A S c 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my ChicagoTribune bx c o d K pa papers Midfjley Son pa C Morris 2 cstgs attached Mrs H C Mill box LC Martensen pap m L C Martensen pa p m Jas McLean bol j SEE OF UNCLAIMED GOOD wish is not jiiooh ri nkiil Otliif ay of his Jif Qi j a i t iu 5He organ i zed A f or i Bu tte Mon G ilendqn Milfofd TTBirchV pS C Gavi n Sandy i I li i j pasicrtpheafy enjjfco quiet bT est most w OFPICB OP TUK PACIFIC Salt Lake City Utah JS90 f To Whom it May Concern The following poods remaining on hund un claimed or otherwise addressed to parties Named be sold at public auciiori to the high est bidder at the ollice of the Compaiiy West 1st south street City on Pfiday October 1890 if not called and the charges paid before1 the day of sale commence at 9 a m continue from to day until all thfi goods are sold J A Beckstead can East Echo pti c o Hot VT Jronton Eureka sack P Jiaj oran McDonald Eureka c o d H Simmons Eureka 3 tins attached Juab Ahdcrsbn crate L pa c o d J cstg C T Jvehon pa H Osihouse pa DM Os borne 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