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THURSDAY APRIL 9 1885
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J ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES OF MAILS
at the Salt Lake City Fostofllce
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ARRIVE CLOSE
I Eastern 800pm 730 am
California and West 1100 am 425 pm
Jlontana and North 800 pm 730 am
D R G East 500 pm 1030 am
Ogden Utah 1100 am 730 am
Ogden Utah 8KlOprn 4pm
Park Cft 800pm 730 am
Tooele County 400 pm 720 am
Alta Utah 1020 am 630 am
I t Bingham Utah 400pm 620am
T1I Southern Utah 650pm 620 am
8 The above is standard mountam time
JOHN T LYNCH Postmaster
Salt Lake City Utah March 221885
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4 Silver Quotations
1 Corrected daily by Wells Fargo Col
4 Silver New York 106
t Silver London 483
1 Lead New York per lOOlbs 360
I i See This Gentlemen
iJI Youmans Celebrated New York Hats
which lead the fashion in New York as
I well as in all cities in the United States
t also Thos Townsend Cos English L
I Hats NOJJLE WOOD Co
Sole Agents I
LOCAL JOTS I
Alice stock is quoted 175
Go and hear Patience tonight
The Provo factory is now running reg
ularly and the management intend push
ing work this season
Two sleepers both filled were at
tached to the D R G train that left
for Denver this morning
I
1 Andrew Christian Jensen charged with
battery was fined 3775 Justice Speir
yesterday afternoon
Among the arrivals from tHe West this
J morning were ten New Yorkers who are
registered at the Walker House
J Mr T K Stevens of the firm of Stevens
Harrison Silver Reef is in Salt Lake
City making his spring purchases
All the desirable seats for the Patience
performance this evening have been sold
and positions on the heaters will be at a
premium
The bodies of the two men killed in
I I the Eureka mine accident account of
which is given elsewhere will arrive in
this city tomorrow evening
In the case of the D R G Western
Company vs James McDuffet et al a I
judgment of condemnation was ordered
by Judge Zane this morning
United States Attorney Dickson pre
sented his accounts in open court yester
day afternoon and they were approved
and allowed by Judge Zane
Is there no law against the vending of
obscene ballads If there is it should be
rigidly enforced It is time something
was done to suppress the nuisance
Seats for the Ristori engagement are
not going off with very great rapidity
The public seems to regard 2 as a rather
elevated price even for the great Ristori
The Mother Goose party to be given
by Miss Almys dancing class at the
i Opera House next Saturday night will
be a great treat for the juvenile portion of
the public
It is understood that the committee des
f ignated to carry out the instructions of
erJ President Tavlors epistle is preparing re
solutions to be adopted by the contem
plated mass meeting
The grand array of talent comprising
Bairds minstrels played to a small and
losing house in the Theatre last night
The attendance however was much bet
ter than the performance
In the case of the people vs Sherlock
Rosenheim charged with embezzling
GOO pounds of butter a demurrer was
filed this morning and the case will be
tried on Tuesday the 14th
It is rumored that the Utah Qfetral <
and D R G will unite in maWng a
pleasure resort at Lake Shore Messrs
Sharp Leavett and Gillette of the U C
made a trip to that place today
That unique body which when in
session is known as the Constitutional
Convention held one1 of semiperiodi
cal sessions at the City Hall last evening
and adjourned until next October
From Mr S W Eccles G P T
agent of the D R G W we have re
ceived The Story of Manitpu It is
well illustrated and entertaining to tour
ists especially Accept our thanks
In last nights DEMOCRAT it was stated
that the Hon John T Caine was a mem
ber of the National Democratic Com
mittee It should have been the Con
gressional Democratic Committee
A new Utah Central time card will go
into effect tomorrow The freight tram
will arrive from the north at 7 p m in
stead of 10 15 am and leave for the
north at 815 a m instead of 530 pm
No other changes
0 The DEMOCRAT this evening publishes an
unusually interesting telegraphic report
The public is beginning to appreciate the
fact that this paper publishes fresher
news and more of it than either of its
evening contemporaries
A boy named Careless was struck on
the head by a piece of a brick while
standing near the Emporium building
yesterday He was knocked senseless
and was taken to Dr Benedicts office
where he was attended The wound was I
not dangerous and the lad is reported all
Tight today
Among the persons who were sum
moned to appear before the Grand Jury
this morning were Mrs Amanda Can
non Angus Cannon Jr Heber Din
woocley Florence < Clawson and several
other members of the Dinwoodey family
It is rumored that the conduct of Henry
Dinwoodey is being investigated
I Of Ristori who appears here at double
prices tomorrow night the San Fran
cisco Argonaut remarks that she will
open the California Theater in San Fran
CISCO next week with what will probably
be a very unsuccessful engagement
Her engagement in Salt Lake will not be
a phenomenal success nor should it be
at the prices charged
PERSONAL
II II duff came in from Coalville last
night
Judge Bennett returned from Butte
Montana last night
J A Turrill a prominent merchant
of Silver Reef came up from the south
ern country yesterday and is quartered
at the Metropolitan
P Phoenix and party of three pur
chased tickets for New York at the city
ticket office of the D It G today and
will take their departure tomorrow
II
I Dr Foots Jttedical and Surgical In
I stitute
Nos 108 110 112 111 and 118 West
I First South street treats all chronic dis
I eases of the eye ear throat lungs liver J
I heart stomach kidneys bladders rec
I tum lost manhood female diseases can
cers tumors etc Consultation free
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DEMOCRATIC DOCTRINE I
Interesting Speeches by Young Mem
bers of the Club
If
National and Local Topics Thoroughly
Discussed
An Active Campaign to he Conducted I
Next August
Owing to an insufficient notice of the
meeting of the Democratic Club last
evening the attendance was not so great
as it i otherwise would have been but the
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speaking was excellent nevertheless
The younger members of the Club were
called on last evening and by the deter
mined and fearless tone of their speeches
it is evident there is no weakening of their
political faith
Owing to illness Judge Kirkpatrick I
who had intended to deliver an address
was unable to be present
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MR A W TAYLOR
A young member from the First Pre
cinct delivered the opening speech
Mr Taylor plunged right into national
questions by saying the National Demo
cratic party was pledged to re
form in the affairs of govern
ment It could effect those reforms
because it was supported by a majority
of the people of the United States The
Democratic Club of Utah was also
pledged to reform in local affairs but it
was not supported by a majority of the
nnnnlfi of the Territory It would Jiave
to go down to the cardinal principles of
Democracy and teach them to the people
There seemed Jo be a very crude
idea in this Territory of what con
stituted true Democracy Democ
racy needs nothing more than a
fair field and of itself it will effect
all necessary reforms The speaker then
touched upon the tariff question and
hoped the party that had just gone into
power would change the system
There are a great many people in Utah
who aspire to political preferment but
who have not gone to the right sourceto
the people The speaker knew this from
his own personal observation He cited
one instance where a man sought political
honors by installing himself in the good
graces of the bishop of his ward That
man holds an office today not because
of his personal worth and fitness but be
cause he is a zealous advocate of a cer
tain religion
MR ir w SNOW
Read a very well prepared address lIe
thought that on March 4th when the
bells at Washington chimed the hour of
twelve that they at the same time tolled
the death knell of the Republican party
and this assertion was not made as a vain
partisan boast It had been recently
said in Utah that the Democratic Club
had not only dug its own grave but had
very obligingly tumbled into it but the
speaker could see no evidence of weak
ness The Club had steadily grown in
strength
The speaker then reviewed the history
of the many political parties that had
arisen and fallen since the foundation of
the American government The Dem
ocratic party was the only one that had
been able to survive defeat for six succes
sive elections and recovered itself The
funuamantal principles of Democracy are
not of a day or a week or a ear or even
of an administration but exist for all
time and sooner or later they reassert
themselves You can no more root out
the principles of Democracy from this
country than you can annihilate the Na
tional character
A J PlNDI TON JR
Delivered his maiden political speech and
delivered it earnestly and well He re
viewed the various forms of government
that had existed during the worlds his
tory and presented the conclusion that
the best government under the sun is the
government that springs from the people
in other words a Democratic form of
government At different times in the
worlds history men have arisen who
have usurped the powers and trampled
upon the rights of the people and thus
monarchies have been formed and the
very objects of government have been
subverted Other men taking advan I
tage of their religious authority have
made the people believe that they had
the divine right to rule them The I
speaker asked if the principles of Demo
cracy were exercised in this Territory
Why do not our opponents answer with
argument the platform of principles set
lortn h t1 n t ULu
by the Democratic Club Wiry do
they make no answer except to point
with scorn at the Democratic Club It
is because that declaration is composed
of shining truths
MR C O WHITTEMORE
Was called on and made a brief address
He was not strictly speaking a member
of the club but he had watched the de
velopment Of the movement with interest
and gratification and in heart and princi
ple was as much a member as anyone
He thought there were a great many
men in the Territory whose sympathies
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were with the movementyoung men
who like himself had been born and
raised in Utah and had never
had an opportunity to affiliate
with any political party He had
been awaiting to see what a Democratic
administration was like before determin
ing what stand to take in national polit
ics and had been very much gratified by
President Clevelands course and if he
was entitled in n vote nf fho iiovt Prooi
A o
dential election it would certainly be cast
or a Democrat The principles of the
Democratic Club were such as every true
American could stand on and such as
every true American boy in Utah ought
to stand on and the movement was the
best tiling ever done under the name of
Democracy
At the close of the
speaking it was an
nounced that at the next meeting a mo
tion would be made to amend the by
laws by striking out the word male from
section six in order that ladies might be
come eligible to membership
I It was also resoled that lie Club en
courage the organization of a Democratic
party and the placing of a ticket in the
field next August
Several new recruits were added to the
roll of membership and the meeting ad
ounipcl
I The Magnet
We are now prepared to accommodate
our customers and the general public with
fresh Salt Lake City Beer at 5cts a glass
SOcts a quart The Billiard and Pool de
partment is separate The bar is well
stocked and we will always be pleased to
see our old friends and new ones
RUSSELL Co Props
I
JohnTaylor SonNo 43 and 45 Second I
South Street have just received a choice
lot of Spring and Summer Woolenswhich
they offer to make up in firstclass style
at greatly reduced rates
For Finest Plastering and Ornamental
Work call on JAMCS WVATT
For the best 25 cent meal go to Mer
chants Lunch F H GRICE Prop
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A SHOCKING ACCIDENT
B B Pettit Meets an Untimely Death
by the Accidental Discharge
of a Gun
One of the saddest and most shocking
events that has ever occurred in this
community transpired yesterday after
noon in which B B Pettit a young
man who lived with his parents in the
Fifteenth Ward met his death The
circumstances were as follows
Young Pettit accompanied by a
younger brother Louis and two friends
Matthew and Sanford Cochran
started out at about 1 oclock
yesterday for an afternoon duck
shooting They had enjoyed their sport
during the afternoon and at 5 oclock
were in a small bayou connecting Hot
Springs lake with the Jordan river about
a mile and a half east of Levi Reeds
They were just preparing to return home
and Pettit and a companion were stand
ing in the water alongside the boat Pet
tits gun was lying in the boat in what he
considered a rather dangerous position
and in order to avoid accident he raised it
up for the purpose of turning the muzzle
in another direction He grasped
the gun near the muzzle
and just as he was in I
the act of laying it down and when it
was pointing directly toward his body
the hammer struck the side of the boat
discharging the load and the entire
charge took effect in Pettits abdomen
just below the naval He sank back in
to the water but his companions raised
him and assisted him into the boat
Boys I am a dead man he exclaimed
upon being placed in the boat and
in five minutes he expired Sanford
Cochran immpflinfplv sfnrfwl fnr
Mr Reeds house Ilthe opposite side of
the Jordan for assistance being com
pelled to swim the river three times to
reach his destination The body was
taken home and Dr Benedict called who
dressed the wound
An inquest was set for 12 oclock to
day but as no doubt existed as to the
I cause of the death the coroner did not
consider any investigation necessary
The deceased was 24 years of age hav
ing been born on Long Island in March
1861 The melancholy event is an over
whelming blow to the family The young
man was in the best of health and spirits
when he left home and the grief of his
parents when his dead body was brought
back was unspeakable
No time has yet been set for the funeral
bilt it will not take place before Saturday
or Sunday
Properly Estimated
An amusing incident occurred the other
day in this city which shows pretty con
clusively that the worthless herald is
properly estimated by the public A
young clerk in a leading Main street busi
ness house desired five tickets in the lot
tery schcine and in order to secure them
he was compelled to take a years sub
scription for the paper Having paid his
10 for the tickets he attempted to dis
pose of the subscription it was first
offered at if5 but no one had 5 to
throwaway on such an object The price
was then reduced until the years sub
scription was offered at 250 and a vic
tim was found at that price But the
clerks conscience still upbraids him for
having charged 245 more for an article I
than it was worth I
Death of J A Bailey
John A Bailey who has been ill for
the past two months died this morning
I at5 oclock of blood poison ing His
death was not unexpected as his case has
been regarded as hopeless for some time
Deceased was a member the firm of T
C Bailey Bro land attorneys He
was 47 years of age and came to Utah in
1880 He was a member of the Knights
of Honor and of the Brotherhood of Loco
motive Engineers and was held in high
esteem by all acquaintances The funeral
will take place from the residence next
Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock
I Central Pacific Officials I
A party of prominent railroad officials
arrived in this city from San Francisco
I this morning over the D R G
Among the party are Col C F Crocker
son of the second vicepresident of the
I Central Pacific Railroad Company J A
Fillmore general superintendent of the
road and Hon L W Sanderson at
torney The party enjoyed a drive over
the city and returned < to Ogen this after
noon j
Fine Pictures
The Fulton Market is now ornamented
with forty handsome fish and game pic
tures published by Scribner Sons New
York They are copies of the original E
A Kilbourne paintings and really fine
works of art being so natural as to ex
cite the enthusiasm of any sportsmen
The cost of the set was 200 Sets have
also been received bv Geo M Scott and
S S Walker
Salt Lake City Brewing Company
M CULLEN II W MORSE
President VicePresident
We are now prepared to receive orders
for our CELEBRATED BUDWEISER LAGER
BEER Special inducements
given to pur
chasers of carload lots
Having given our careful attention to
the selection of the finest material for the I
manufacture of beer after the Budweiser
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jjivvcoo n c uic in a Buuuuuii 10 piace oe
fore the public an article superior to any
hitherto offered in this market
Orders by telephone promptly attended
to JACOB MORITZ Sec Treas
The First in the Season
A fine assortment of Spring and Sum
mer cloths of the very latest pattern have
just arrived at JOE BAUMQARTEX
111 Main Street The Tailor
I
WHEN the weary hungry traveler casts
about for a place to lay his head he will
find the best and most satisfactory meal
and bed at the White House
For a fashionable
suit of clothes or
anything else in the tailoring line at
most reasonable prices go and talk to
TT P r nr T > TT
Old Herald building
HEESCH ELLERBECK are the agents for
the Exeter Heater a sample of which
can be seen at their show rooms No 49
E First South Street
A MOST complete line of Double and
Single Thick Glass at prices to suit the
times at MASON Cos 225 W South I
Temple Street
I IF you want your premises connected
with the city water in accordance with
the city ordinance call on HEESCII
ELLERBECK No 49 E 1st South street
+ 1 in i a Ir
IF you want choice groceries go to G
F Potter corner State Road and Third
SoHth
CALL at 55 Main Street and examine
amples ofUtah Soap t >
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I BINGHAM BO fCET
No Boom BuFLots of Prospecting Be
ring Done
What is Going On at the Mines and I
Mills
A Town Without a Pastor or a Court
of Justice
Bingham is not booming Booming
days are bygone days in the west and L
there is nothing to lead us to hope for a L
repetition of a White Pine excitement or
a Black Hills stnmpede The lively times I
and scene
1KOSE GOLDEN DAYS
WH never be witnessed again they are
of the past only Yet such camps as
this one will be prosperous and continue
to reward many a patient toiling miner i
for the picking and delving he has done
In talking with prospectors here your
correspondent learned that many of them
were still hopeful New prospects are I
being opened continuously and a good
deal of prospecting is being done Cap
ital is what is wanted in Bingham and
there is nothing to discourage monied
men from investing in property in the
Oquirrh Mountains
PAYING MINES
Are being worked here the largest being
the Brooklyn which is a location on a
contjnued ledge of the once famous Old
Telegraph This mine employs about
100 men eiorhtv of whom are working
I under ground The minesaid tobe
the deepest Utlhis sunk to a depth
of iOt O feet and shipping big quanti
ties of valuable ore
THE TIEWAUKEE AND YOSEMITE
Are hoisting considerable of paying dirt
many men are doing well with leases on
several smaller claims and it is confiden
tially expected that the summer will he
a prosperous one There arQ
NINE MILLS
In the district
three ofwhich are run
ning now amid three more are preparing
to start up There are also several jig
gers working and altogether without
creating any excitement Bingham is
contributing its share of wealth to the
country and making respectable returns
to those who have money invested
It is at this season of the year that men
get restless After the long confinement
of winter is broken by the return of warm
spring the miners crave for a change of I
location and climate and they strike out
for other camps This uneasiness is
called
THE FOOT ITCH I
And many of the Bingham diggers have
it and are going to Idaho and Montana
Their places will doubtless be taken by
men coming from those Territories and
whose feet are itching to be on the tramp
Bingham boasts of one thing that is in
deed remarkable for even a mining camp
It has neither court nor church
TIlE LAW AND THE GOSPEL
Having closed their canons and departed
The ministers amen and the judges
silence in court are heard no more
It is not quite clear why ministerial efforts
should have been suspended but there is
a valid reason for tl J
the judiciary having
permanently adjourned Brief told it is
as follows Notwithstanding that the
camp pays its taxes which are by no
means meagre the county has made no
effort to build a jail though petitioned to
do so time after time Consequently
there being no place in which to confine
the lawless they have hitherto been sent
to Salt Lake theexpenses of their trans
portations being paid by private dona
tions from the business men glad to have
the community
KID OF HARD CHARACTERS
But this thing got to be a burden and men
paying taxes became unwilling and unable
to keep it up so the justice and constable
resigned their commissions and the pas
tor having flown to other flocks Bing
ham is left without
legal protection or
spiritual guidance Just imagine a town
without power to catch a thief or the
means of grace to save a sinner 1 And
this state of affairs exists in a town with
in thirty miles of Salt Lake City but
officers elected by the Peoples Party
have the control of this matter and that
settles it Not
withstanding this
un
pleasant position of affairs a great in
justice the lawabiding and respecta
ble citizens of Bingham the camp is or
derly now everything moving along
without a r < vlrv rinnla
On the 15th lust there is to be
A GRAND MASQUERADE
At the Social Hall on which occasion < the
festive fortune seeker will trip the light
fantastic with the giddy maidens of the
Oquirrh range Olsons band will be in
attendance
A HEARTLESS LANDLORD
Your correspondent availing himself of
the only opportunity to ride from the D I
R G Junction to Sandy station
jumped on board of a traveling meat shop
which conveyed him to a shanty plac
arded hotel Asking for a room he
was shown to what in the dark might be
taken for a cottage and assigned a bed or
an old lounge Coarse unclean blankets
were substituted for sheets but on in
spection the DEMOCRAT representative
was not so sure he had the most of it as
another victim was sleeping between what
WAS ONCE CLEAN AND DECENT
This mornincr a cold biscuit fnir noffim
a horrid round stake unfitb eaten H
and a couple of boiled eggs were set for
breakfast The bill for this accommoda
tion the host had the gall to say was
1 notwithstanding the cost of meals and
beds are painted on the door at twenty
five cents The proprietor complained of
poor business no wonder at it and the
sooner he gives it up and goes to herding
sheep or making adobes the better for a
suffering public MILOZIP
I April i 1885
Not Booming
TimQs are not booming but we are sell
ing some nice homes and very cheap
building lots to those who are foresighted
enough to know that bedrock is reached I
1Ye have money to loan at low rates
KXOWLDEN GREENE I
Real Estate Agents
1n1 C 1Ir = COL
ux o mum CL mmerx Jones e Lo s
Bank
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Important
The celebrated V lcan Powder Compa
ny of California have appointed Mr F
A Pascoe of this city their agent for
Utah Territory
THE Exeter Heater is warranted to give
satisfaction Heesch Ellerbeck have
supplied several firstclass houses in this
city
Go to 58 Main Street for your Materials
and Lessons in ArtWork I
L0NGCo
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PATIENCE
Evening Terfofmance Jpril A itli
FATAL EXPLOSION
Two men Killed by a Premature
Blast in the Eureka Mine
Special to the DEMOCRAT
SILVER CITY Utah April 9Dan
Kennedy and Pat Sullivan were killed by
a premature explosion in the Eureka
mine yesterday afternoon No one knows
how it was done but when the night
shift went on they found the two men
dead It is suppose they were loading a
hole when the blast went off as a part of
the powder and the fuse with a cap was
found near them They had put in a
four foot hole and were supposed to be
hurrying to load and discharge it before
quitting time and the giant cartridge got
stuck when in trying to force it it ex
ploded Sullivan is supposed to have
been loading as his arm is shattered
The other man was close at hand proba
bly preparing the charge and tamping
the material
Froiseths New Map l of Utah
To My Patrons and the Public
My new official map of Utah with the
latest public surveys showing the rail
roads mining districts counties etc
will be ready on or about June 1st 1885
The great amount of new matter which
this map will contain has unavoidably
delayed its earlier appearance but the
delay will be the gain of my patrons and
the public whom I can assure will have
a map complete in every particular For
general reference and school purposes it
will have no superior I therefore ask
School Trustees and business men desir
ing a reliable and correct map to await
its publication and not purchase any in
ferior article placed upon the market in
the meantime Very respectfully
K A iu FROISETIJ
Pioneer Map Publisher
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SALT LAKE CITY Utah April 4 1884
Protect Your Family
It is the duty of every man rich or
poor who has created a home to make
some provisions against the inevitable
for those who are dependent upon him
and this most desirable result can be ob
tained by procuring a policy in the Mutual
Life Insurance Company of New York
the oldest active company in America and
the largest life insurance company in the
world Rates etc furnished by Louis
Hymns Agent 55 Main street H oper
Eldridge Block Salt Lake City
COAL OIL and Fluid at Pioneer Lamp
Store 57 E First South Street
IF you want a good drink and the best
of liqors go to Business Saloon
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MISCELLANEOUS
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THE EAGLE FOUNDRY
And Machine Co
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS
AND
MACHINISTS
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73 75 77 and 79 W Second South Street
SALT LAKE CITY
Manufacturers of Furnace Mining and
Milling Machinery Mining Cars and Car
Wheels Slag Pots Burs and Pans for Sampling
Mills Etc Cast and Wrought Iron Fencing and
Cresting and all kinds of Builders Iron Work
including Ornamental Columns for front and
Interior Supports
Orders promptly filled and all work guar
anteed
Sngden t Johnson
Fine Hardwood Finishers
STAININGSTORE
STORE FITTINGS
COUNTERS
INLAID WORK
Of Every Description
Contractors and Builders
Basement under the Postoffice
I
New JEWELRY Store
148 MAIN STREET
Entire New Stock
OF <
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GOLD AND SIL VER WATCHES CHAINS
RINGS LACE PINS
Marble Brone Ebony and Walnut Clods
Solid Silver and Plated Ware
Remember all my goods are new and of the
Latest Styles
ti Jewelry manufSBtured to order at short no
Please call and examine my stock and prices
IL HOLLANDER
M B SOWLES HrI MILLER
SOWLES MILLER
General Dealers In the
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Orders by Mail will Receive
Prompt
Attention
NEEDLES PARTS AND EXTRAS ALWAYS
r ON HAND
39 W First South St Salt Lake City
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I ELIAS ONS
142 MAIN STREET
You can Snd the
largest assortment of
Gold Silver Watches
JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS
And everything needed In that line at
1 Very cwt Piices
AMUSEMENTS
Salt Lake Theatre
BY UNANIMOUS REQUEST
E PATIENCE
WILL BE REPEATED
ON THE
Afternoon April 8th
AND
EVENING APRIL 9th
WITH TJlE
OricinaJ CaS1
UL
NEW STAGE EFFECTS
N e1V Drill of Dragoons
AND THE
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Box
OFFICE at 10 olclqck n m
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
DWYERS
NEW BOOK STORE
Is the only FirstClass
Book and Stationery Establishment
In the city where everything in the
BOOK AND STATIONERY LINE
Can be had
Everything FirstClass
AND AT
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Call and be convinced at
76 MAIN STREET SALT LAKE CITY
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ta 72 Main Street 41
Has a full stock of
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DRAUGHTSMANS SUPPLIES
FANCY GOODS TOYS
News matter Magazines and
will guarantee satisfaction
Orders for Hooks Solicited
Blank Books to Order
PRINTERS INK AND SUPPLIES
Stationers Booksellers
Order your Goods of us by Mail or Telephone
or call at our store by the Postoffice
on Main Street
SCHOOL BOOKS
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NEWSPAPERS
MAGAZINES
ARTISTS SUPPLIES
OP EVERY KIND
1 Subscriptions taken for any Periodical
in the World
C H Parsons Co
LIVERY AND TRANSFER
MULLOY PAUL
Salt Lab Livery and Transfer Statles
AND OMNIBUS LINE
< 8
Nos 35 37 Second
South Stf opp Opera House <
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
Telephonic Connection with Hotels and Orders
Iuers
Receive Prompt Attention
I
Jb U 1 SPRAGUE
Passenger and Baggage Transfer I
To and from all Trains to
any Hotel
or
Private Residence in the City
Orders received at White House i
phone No 152 or left on slate through tele
ALL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION
KELLEY BROTHERS
Manufacturing
Stationers
BLANK BOOKS
BOOKBINDING and PAPER RULING
lrnln Qt
urst aoor north of Jones
Bank
up stairs
Salt Lake City Utah
I
Great Western
TRUNK FACTORY
I S l Lake Cify
JOHN MANNING Prop
Salesroom No CU E I
Second
ROB S13 and South St lector
21 first East
Street
With increased facilities
to offer to the trade the llnfst 1 am now prepared
Trunks to be ronnd between assortment of
Francisco at prices that Chicago and San
defy
inspection of my stock and competition An
the most skeptical prices will convince
At my salesroom
and varied assortment can always be found large
of
Trunks
Trunk to the Mammoth from the Toy
gnat Satchels and valises Saratoga Including ele
tern at wholesale of every desired pat
or retail
a Specialty I AX NEVER UNDERSOLD Theatrical Trunks
JOHN MANNING
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i WALKER BRas
WALKER BROTHE
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DRY GOODS
OLO 1 aJ
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BOOTS AND SHOES
V
Gents Pnrnishiugj
AND CARPETS
iilL
tered
An Immense St k
itree
In all Departments
THE LATEST NOVELTIES fligg
Constantly arriving
Gents Spring Style Hats
NECKWEAR
Hosiery and Fancy Shirts
THE CREAM of Best Designs just arrived 1
arrivedLy
by Express Ly
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EMBEOIDEEIES OFT
in OB
Of every desirable width and quality
Newest Styles I r Cheaper Tta T Era
Mi
DRESS GOODS Less
Of Latest European importation ar On
riving Suturci
CARPETS F
AND
161 3TJ
UPHOLSTERY GOODS
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IN ELEGANT DESIGNS
TTndei
The Largest Stock in Utah
Orders most carefully filled
1
COAL
D RGW 1391 Imsinei
Coal Agency
leE
I
Under
c
145 s MAIN STREET
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Pleasant Valley
Anthracite
Blacksmith
In
COAL
Coke Charcoal Wood I
LA
I ia All of the above Coals are thoroughly
screened and clean
Prompt Delivery Guaranteed
Telephone No 211
SELLS BURTON CO Managers 0
EE < > A L
1
0
Rock Spring
Weber
Red Canyon
Pleasant Valley OF
AU the coals in the market and the very best
of each L
000
Coal Depot TJ P Hy
Q1
r Of
A J GUNNELL Agent
OFFICE Wasatch Corner or
YARD Utah Central Del
Wholesale and RetailS OfT
w T
SIMON BEOS
No
Millinery Fancy Goods
We are daily receiving C
NEVV GOODS
By freight and express
MAST I NOVELTIES
11
Will be found in our different department
friends ana patrons are cordially Invited CO W
to Inspect our stock and see for themselves
SIMON BROS
JENMIMGS BUILDING
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SALT LAKE CITY UTAH

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